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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1923

Frank McMillan 1923 Diary 6.pdf

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Jan 29th Fine + cool good sleighing

Jan 30th Clear + cold. Burlington hockey club team turned again in Oakville, 3 to 1 last night.

Jan 31st Cloudy + milder today. One month of the year gone it has been a real one at that, never saw bare ground all month.

Feb 1st Mild cloudy with a few sprinkled of rain

Fab 2nd Cool and partly cloudy. guess there was enough sunshine for the bear to see his shadow so for six weeks more winter.

Feb 3rd Cold again with some snow got {?} on trees from Stark Bros for the cherry trees 75¢ got our last doctor Dr's recount for last year from Dr. Peart total for last year's hospital plus nurses, doctors, maids, ways + board $982. Drugs at drugstore would make it easy up to $1000 some bill for sickness in one year

Feb 4th Sunday. very cold Lillie went to church with Mr. + Mrs. W King

Feb 5th Very cold. Below zero. Our maid leaves today. Hope we will not need her again for awhile.

Feb 6th Very cold, strong North wind, and snowing again all day and still at it tonight. Oakville + Ham. beavers played another tie game score 4 to 4 after half an hour overtime

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