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Rosamond McKenney Sweet Diary, 1914


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Saturday, January 17{diarist used extra-large letters} 17 DAYS PAST 348 TO COME

Especially Valuable With Children. A physician in the upper part of New York State writes: "After twelve years of experience with Pepto- Mangan (Gude) I believe it to be one of the best remedies for anemia and chlorosis and superior to all others, where indicated in diseases of children"

Weather Cloudy Temp. Freezing

John & Eugene was hauling manure all day. I went to Aylmer after dinner & took Mrs. Rodgers for a sleigh ride then we called on Aunty Arnold, found her bright & quite well. The girls did all the house work & played. Commenced on our half of pig that we bought. John & Eugene went to Aylmer. Bill went 7 miles.

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