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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Tuesday doing chores took milk to Factory cutting weeds & Thistles & cultivating corn. very nice day & warm cut piece of hay yesterday & F.W.M. tedding it To-Day.

Wednesday doing chores took milk to factory cultivating corn. hoeing turnips cocking hay This P.M. Black clouds in west to night. windy Posted letter to H.E.P. Sterling able & miss Jessie Ruas were married.

Thursday doing chores. Took milk to Factory hoeing potatoes cutting Thistle & took No. 4 cow Lilly to C. Bayles Bull.

Friday doing chores took milk to Factory turned out some hay cocks . had head ache & done nothing in P.M.

Saturday took milk to factory. Turned out Hay Cocks. Paris Greened Potatoes & hoeing turnips cut some wood in shed.

Sunday doing chores F.W.M. took cow NO 5 Black to C. Bayles Bull.

monday doing chores hoeing turnips cut piece of grass.

Tuesday doing chores hoeing turnips cutting wood in shed rain. Read $10.00 from ed. rawig on cattle & calf.

Wednesday doing chores. Tedding hay hoeing mangels. very nice day. cleaned up barn floor.

Thursday doing chores hoeing mangels nakeing hay. & drawed in 4 loads jean drove for the day fine day. Had some wards with F.W.M. about hoe crops 7 Hay getting wet.

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