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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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february 1912

father bought the place from s.wilson and paid one hundred Dollars $100.00 down on tue feb 6?12.

Fri 9 fathers fred got a load & of canmel must i coal from albert orchard port pery on thur february 8. 1912.

amaout 1823 @$6.50 +$5.94

Sun 11. father Fred got a 3/4 of a cord of 24 min over to miss phicel at $ 4.50 a drunk cord and draw it young price of wood they got was $1.87 1/2 saturday fred 10th 1912 un afternoon.

mrs burnett got a half a ton of. scaranton hard stone coal on fri february 9th 1912.

father got 20lbs of pork frame john warm on tuesday february 6.1912 price of must per pond 12th =$2.40

the wood we got from october was dove on sat might feb 10th 1912.

The coolest might this winter so far was fri night feb 9 1912

De give in mom was 32,

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