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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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Month of December 1909.


Thur .2.

I was driving the engine for my Father at Mr McClinetoch's Quaker SS - Bob " "" Father yesterday afternoon Dec 1st - 1909 and finished up at the home place, we were threshing buckwheat, pretty tough I had to go to Port Perry after a fuel expander for to expand a fuel of the engine, I got it that night, and came home, and took it down in the {morn?}, I got {ufe?} a quarter after three to go down. they {illegible} went to High Point to thresh for McCintoch, and I came home Erma Prescott was working there there. WEAThER of Sunday Fine.

Sun .5.

We got a load of clover and timothy hay from Walter Wier Fri Dec 3 rd 1909 Price $10.00 2 nd class hay. I got a 100 Ibs of Oil cake flax from Canady Port Perry now 30 th 1909. Price {frer?} 100 Ibs $1.90 I trimed out the St Lawerence apple tree Fri Dec 3rd 1909 at nigh

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