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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 4.pdf

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April 11th Ground frozen this morning. Coal all day but pretty fair. Started work about 10 oclock stuck it out till about 4 oclock trimming cherry trees.

April 12th. Milder + partly cloudy. Trimming trees all day. Will loose a lot of trees gridled by mice in old {illegible} patele. Plum trees 10 year old gridled never new such large trees done before. Same 4 and 5 weeks through. Must be 25 gridled allowed and 50 more past way

April 13th Sunday. Fine in the morning ut a few showers in the afternoon.

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April 14th. Fine but a little cool. Transplanted 20 seeds sunset peppers + 12 sash hot pepper. Not very good very small plants and very poor earth. All invited to have supper at Sev Hammonds. Had a nice time.

April 15th. Cool with north + east winds. Finished transplanting pepper. 12 sashs more. But two {illegible} snowball Califlour for $6.50 at S.B. Went into toen to see about 7 week. {illegible} under new rooad regulations we can only get 1 ton {illegible} on 34 by 4 1/2 tires. 1 1/2 tired on 35 by 5 mesh

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