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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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July Month 1909

=== July Tue 6 === Mr David Cash died July 1st 1909 A.M. was buried in Prince Albert Cemetary.

=== Haircut === I got my hair cut June 20th 1909. Fred {J MeKay?} left for Toronto July 5th 1909 came down thur the 1st of July. Father and I was down to Port Perry last night July 5th 1909 and got some things of the engine an {axle?} and one thing another.

=== SAT 10. === Father bought a stove at Mrs Ike Wheleler sale on the 6th {concession?} of reach at Bedford's. {Peieev?} {written in smaller lettering above} {illegible} $19.50 regular $46.00 5 months to {pay?} for it. Mr Piles brought it up for him, it was raining a little when we were hanging it in. Father & I and some other men started to {just?} down the cement sidewalk Thur 8th 1909. Eva {written in smaller lettering} M {(*)?} Turner was the first lady that walked on it that {io?} the worth {end?}

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