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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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Month of December 1909


Tue 7

Louis Bond and I went over to Manchester to a Chickenpie social and concert, the social was in connection with the reoping of the church since it has been refixed over. addmission 30¢ mon Dec 6 1909 The supper was in the town hall, and concert in the church. I was cutting some wood for Mr J.C. Campell P.A. or rather some limbs of the trees which fell off under teh ice that was froze on them to-day Dec 7/09 I got 50¢ Pd Mr Sellors barn or and stable is pretty nearly compled all but the doors and windows and stalls to-day Dec 7th 09. WEATher. Snowing and raming, and, wind blowing hard.

Thur .9.

Mr Walter Wier's sale was the 8 th of December 1909 in afternoon sale started about 2 P.M. and through about 3 P.M. large crowd.

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