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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.

Feb 22 for hay. for 10 loads. gravel at 25 {cents} a load. $2.50. went down street at night & got mail. Bread. & oat Meal.

Feb 23 Wednesday. doing chores. cold west wind. I had head-ache. Recv card from Jennine. Stewart. fine moon light night

Feb 24 Thursday. doing chores. went to office & got mail in fore noon. also went to see John. A. Jones's house. in village nice day. but cold west wind. Carrie went to Burg. & left kids here. wrote & posted letter to H.E.P.

Feb 25 Friday. doing chores. getting ready to cut feed. cutting feed this afternoon. {Cope Doddy. wier corner?}. had team billed yesterday by G.T.R. {Grand Trunk Railroad} Toronto Exp. on crossing at wier.

Feb 26 Saturday. doing chores. went to office & got mail. Father & I an went to Toronto. Milder to day softer at night. Recv letter from H.E.P/ down street at night & bought Bread & sausage

Feb 27 Sunday. doing chores. went to church at night. soft. & rainy all & through the night.

Feb 28 Monday. doing chores. helping Mother to wash. soft & thawing all day. Rev Mr Moyer called here.

Mar 1 Tuesday. doing chores. had sick head.ache. F.W.M. done milking at night. sold 4 pigs to Lory Dyment. 630 lbs. at 8.65 per 100 = $54.40

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