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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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January Month 1910


WE got a load of straw from Ed Fielding Monday jan 3rd 1910 Barley straw WE got 25 bushels of oaht from Ale Gilroy tue Dec 28/1909 We got about 22 bushels of buckwheat from Walter Wier Monday Jan 3rd 1910 The first day of the Port Perry races was Jan 6 / 1910 I was down Louis Bond & I Pretty good crowd not very cold, and some pretty good horses.

Fri 7

Uncle John McKay from North Dakota {Bothinear?} and Uncle Fred McKay from Whitevale came here Monday Jan 3rd A.M. 1910 Took the train at Clarmont and came to Myrtle and got a livery to drive them up from Myrtle to Prince Albert {illegible} charged $1.50 for driving them up here. continued

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