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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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May 21 The four rows of peas sowed to the east are the surprise. The next four are "Extra Early Premium Gem. The carrots are Intermediate carrots

Thos Forman's Hay

Jan 22 Geo McKay 2013 lbs
" 23 Marvin Neal 1985 lbs 15.00
" 24 Mr McCarthy 2190 lbs 16.43
Mar 8 Wm Sellars 1500 lbs. 11.25
" 11 Geo McKay 1790 9480 lbs
April 17 Geo McKay 1000
" 22 Thomas Boyton $1100 lbs 7.50
" 22. Will Treverton 2015 15.00
" 25 Geo McKay 2075
" 25 Mr Woodger 550 4.00
" 27. Thos Boynton 1000
. 171.60
May 15. Geo McKay. 13.63
. 185.23
Sold 10240 lbs 5T 240 lbs $25.60 Use 6920 lbs 3T 920 lbs $34.55 Father payed Tom Forman $47.62 on Wednesday night May 15, 1912 about quarter to six he was eating supper.

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