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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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{name?} gave him a bottle of medicine, and ordered him to take mineral water. January 21th 1910, Fri. Robert Balfour killed our Charles horse little Browncoe horse to-day in afternoon January 24 1910 Monday. His deceased was Lockgare. Prince Albert held a (Bose Social) in P.A. Town Hall Fri Jan 21/1910 They made $37.00 The Boxes sold all the way from 55¢ to $1.75

Jan 26.

There was a (Box Social) over at Blackslock Tuesday night Jan 25th 1910 A load from Prince Albert wheat a one hore load. Holman outfit in the load was. Frank Jeffery, Clarence Jeffery, Edith Jeffery, Adna Jeffery, and another girl down to {illegible} Jeffery, John Holman

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