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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.

Mar 2 Wednesday. doing chores. helping Mother to wash her clothes. I went to church at night. Rev Mr Danels preached & helped Mr Moyer.

Mar 3 Thursday. doing chores. Jean came down. very nice day. thawing.

Mar 4 Friday. doing chores. drawing up wood. very nice day. thawing.

Mar 5 Saturday. doing chores. went to office & got mail. & posted letter to H.E.P. helping Father move stone for doors & windows also lumber. from farm to village lot. John Rous here fixing barn yard pump. new valve {written in margin: XXX} & sucker

Mar 6 Sunday. doing chores. at home all day. not feeling very well.

Mar 7 Monday. doing chores. went to A. Rouses Mill & moved pile of joice {joist} to get sized. 9 in brought 2 loads ruff stuff home. R. Knoles. & Amos Dyment here to buy calves.

Mar 8 Tuesday. doing chores. splitting wood went to store with butter 3 lbs. & eggs 1 dozen. 25 {cents}. a lb. & 30 {cents}. a dozen. bot sugar. 25 {cents}. biscuit 10 {cents}. oil. 15 {cents}. due me 55 {cents}.

Mar 9 Wednesday. doing chores. filed saw got Geo Horse shoe all sound. 1 new shoe on behind. down st at night & got mail. went to library show.

Mar 10 Thursday. doing chores. started to trim apple trees. Father went out to Mill with team. F.W.M. away. very nice day.

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