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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1923

Frank McMillan 1923 Diary 7.pdf

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that makes the second tie game this winter, will likely have to play again.

Feby 7th Ordered four cars hotbed manure for {?} 20 March 1st, 10th + 15th also a few seeds in states from Condor Bros. Rockford Ill {i think this is abbreviated from Illinois}. 1oz {?} peppers, 1lb bag {Tom?} pumpkin on, 1oz Cannon Bull cabbage. Stokes seed farms Co. Moose town N.J. 4oz Ruby Giant, 1oz Neapolitan pepper, 1oz Copenhagen market cabbages.

Feby 8th Mild today. heavy south west winds + thawing. Hockey team Ham. beat Oakville in the third game to break tie score, score 5 to 2 last night.

February 9th Colder again and very icy. Went to Ham. on bus and got a pair of truck chains.

February 10th Bright + cool but thawing in the sun went to Hamilton to {?} for two loads orange crates got 287 at 10¢ – $28.70, also got 3000 –11qts in from Glovers. Got truck license today cost $25.

February 11th Sunday. Fair + cold.

February 12th Received 50 Apple from {Huletion} Bros + 71 from Geo Kemp at 25¢. Total cost with freight $39.29. Started storming again from the east tonight. Grimsley won from Ham. beavers on Saturday night which gives Grimsley group honours in, the {?} O.H.A

February 13th Cloudy + cool had Alderson up the Gray Dot. Out trying to sell a cow.

February 14 Very cold, heavy west winds plus snow squalls. No mail man today. Wonder what the trouble can be (too cold)

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