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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 5.pdf

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and if we want two ton will have to get 36 x 6 in tires + new wheels. Cost about $235 and if we change to 35 by 5 will cost $80.00 for two new {illegible}

April 16th. Prunning in the morning. Went to Hamilton got two 35 x 5 tires on 7 week. Also soe greasing done. Cost $83.59. Also {illegible} no12692. Cost $25.00. Had to take of spare tires also cab door and took out to get eight under 3200lb. Weighed 3640. Weather cold + cloudy strong east winds.

April 17th. Brunning cold Bevy

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brushes along the road. Started raining about 9 oclock. Put seemed cost of paint on Dinning room floor. And word all the afternoon on Ineome 704 papers.

April 18th. Good friday. Rained all day. Till amost 6 oclock at night. Had Grandpa and hand me B. out for the day. Also Grandpa came for dinner.

April 19th Clear with strong west winds. Trimming cherry trees in the morning. Unloading 3rd car of manure in the afternoon to make more hot beds for transplanting

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