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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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sun 3. father of bought our ayshine cow at fordenis sale port pery on sat afternoon dec 2 nd 1911. for $41.00

I fred was poll clok for promaid elections dec 11 mimie cat has few away since fri dec ist 1911.

dec 17 Holstein calf form 300p.m dec 17 1911 first calf bought acre of wood from frank m aimtock for $12.00 on dec 16

I took mrs.calder down to pork perry on dec 18th at 1.p.m

Dec 25. allam moories farm was burnt accidentially cry wr andrew

mr jas burnett was buried on the 31. 1911

sat 23 father bought a second hand sephoratir from Rumdle for $16.00 sat 23. 1911.

we wore grinding grain at the hohman place and two fage of what on wed dec 13th 1911.

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