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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record. 1910

Jan 1 Saturday. doing chores. FWM. & I went to 6th consession for gravel got two loads. Father & Mother went to Jean's for dinner. A.E.V. away to Hamilton. Recv letter from H.E.P.

Jan 2 Sunday. doing chores. weather milder. at home all day. I went to church at Night. Moyer preached on the commandment. Thou shalt not commit adultry.

Jan 3 Monday. doing chores. F.W.M. away for fence post. windy & cold. polling day. in township. also voting on By law. about Library. 50 for. 25 against. By law.

Jan 4 Tuesday. doing. very cold. splitting wood.

Jan 5 Wednesday. doing chores. not a very nice day. Recv letter from H.E.P.

Jan 6 Wednesday Thursday. doing chores. drawing gravel. 2 loads.

Jan 7 Friday. doing chores. drawed 1 load gravel, Jean down for the day. west wind & stormey.

Jan 8 Saturday. doing chores. drawed one load gravell. from Rumples. pit. cold west wind. Recv letter from H.E.P. went to store & got groceries for mother. 61 {cents} Paid. Father away to Brantford. good sleighing

Jan 9 Sunday. doing chores. went to Rockton. & had dinner & tea at H.E.P. home. cold wind. good sleighing

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