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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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may month. 1912

thur 23 father got 3 pig from mr moove in wednesday may 22, 1912 and on thur may 23, 1912 he got 3 more. the frisol 3 weighed 160 lbs , the other 3 weighed 146 lbs, the white one weights 60, the left black, ear tameroth weighs 41 lbs. the price of the first 3 was $11.00 the season brave $11.00

father got a 100 of shocked at the mill to day on thur may 23, 1912.

ms havis got 2 bags of little potatoes from ms to day at $1.25 a bag.

sat 25. father got 1000 lbs of shorts on saturday may 25 th 1912. 200 hundred of it will be field to the 15 ings.

father fred l shinegled the north side of the hen house and part of the went side on the 24th of may 1912.

leuis bond fred amof merrin leak burried mr bruce and mrs mckimly to day monday may 27, 1912 took them out of the fault ghomed very wet.

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