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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916

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April Month 1910.

The roads were all pretty well dried up by the 28th of march 1910. A fight between Alfred Smith and Earnest Boyce both live a little west of Manchester store date of fight April 3rd 1910 at night after church on Sunday. over a young lady by th ename of Clara Bond.

WED 6

Father and I was cutting wood at Alvin hunter on Walter Wier farm Monday April 4th Sat April 2.1910 1910 and tuesday morn we were and on monday we were cutting down at {Bof Hemter?} April 4th 1910.

Fri .8.

Father and I got a load of hay over to the White farm to-day in morn Fri 8, 1910

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