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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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October Month 1909.

Sat 16 We got a load or rather a ton of {cord?} & 35 lbs from Frank Rundle Port Perry Oct 16th 1909

Emmerson came home from Strathroy sick, Howard with him. Wed Oct 13th 1909. with liver and kidney trouble pretty sick

Flossie Mearning will be 20 yrs of age the 4 of May 1910 29 years 4th May 1919

Tue 19 Howard Brent Left for Strathroy on the noon train from Port Perry Mon Oct 18th 1909.

Mother got a wrapper from D{illegible?} Port Perry dark blue Flossie Mearning brought it up $1.35

WED 20 Father and I was over to Mr Orchard sale west of Utica to-day in afternoon we bought a cow Oct 20/09 Price $26.00

Thur 21. Father and I cut the little stable door through this afternoon, and change the stable a little Oct 21th 09. Wet day mostly.

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