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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.

Jan {19 written over 20} Wednesday. H.E.P. went home. from here.

Jan 20 Thursday. doing chores. drawing logs to Rouses Mill. & got up. load of wood. Paid Nelson my half. of threshing $7.20.

Jan 21 Friday. doing chores. sorting over apples & brot some to house. wet rain & sleet.

Jan 22 Saturday. doing chores. splitting wood. & tinkering around barn. tightened up shoes on Geo horse. went to Robins & got Bread & Biscuit. snow storm all day. drilling

Jan 23 Sunday. doing chores. stormy all day. at home all day. & wrote letter to H.E.P.

Jan 24 Monday. doing chores. drawing up wood. this afternoon. F.W.M. away to weir drawing logs. fi very nice day. mild.

Jan 25 Tuesday. doing chores. fixing up cutting box. & sharpening knives. {B?}V. & I went to wood & cut some pine logs. I hired Geo. Horse to. Hydro Electric man. Recv Payment for some. $1.50 {written above previous word}

Jan 26 Wednesday. doing chores. cutting feed. drawing logs. from woods. to Rouses. Mill. Recv letter from H.E.P. {written in margin: XXX} NO 9. cow red. calved. after 6. P. M.

Jan 27 Thursday. doing chores. drawed load logs to Rouses Mill. .Hydro man got horse. I drove to Rockton in car & went to Mens social with H.E.P. NO 8 cow calved. in morning.

Jan 28 Friday. doing chores. drawing up wood. very nice day.

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