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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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May Month 1910.

a $1.50 worth and I got 25 Ibs of Graham flour 70¢ Father and I were back to the farm to-day Fri May 27, 1910 and brought home Robt Balfour little light waggon Emmerson got a hen and tw o chickens from Aren Belnap to-day Fri May 27/1910. Price 50¢ Mr Richard Robinson of Prince Albert was {6?} operated on to-day tue or wed May 10 or 11th of 1910 I saw Halley's Comet Last night Fri 27, of May 1910 pretty plain. about quarter to ten or half past nine PM

mon 30.

Father Emmerson and I made the other new {Carge?} door of the new building

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