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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1923

Frank McMillan 1923 Diary 5.pdf

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funeral the service is Mond. morning at 6 o’clock. The weather was just fine + bright

Jan 22nd Fine bright and not very cold. Had Allan Davidson in to buy and sell trees. They are the same price as last year Plum trees $100 Cherry and pears 80 apples 70, do not know whether to plant for not as price seems very high

Jan 23rd Fair + Cold. lots of snow yet and roads very icey. fair + cold. zero this morning. wrote greens nursery's Rochester and Stark Bros. Louisiana Ms for price of trees.

Jan 24th Milder and snowing again this morning. Burlington lost hockey game 5 to 3 with Beamoirlle last night. Received a load of chestnut coal from can 22 00 at $16 per ton – $17.60. Raining this afternoon. Had an agent from Star Nurseries Ridgeville selling trees. cherry trees 70 for 3.

Jan 25th Fine, thawing some this afternoon. We heard Syers has another son last Sat-Jan 20th.

Jan 26th Doris - first Birthday had Grandpa, Ida + Clive up for dinner. played Parcheesi after dinner.

Jan 27th Strong North East wind, cold and cloudy. hockey game last night Ham.- 12 Burl. - 6

Jan 28th Cold with north east winds and some light snow.

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