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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Friday doing chores cultivating potatoes paris greening potatoes. rakeing hay. & drawing in some 5 loads very warm took 5 dozen eggs to Mr. Robins 20c dry ED Rowng got calf & payed $ 10.00 $5.00 due me on cattle.

Saturday doing chores helled up potatoes hoeing mangels. Cool east wind some rain in P.M. F.W.M bot 4 bus Barley $ 2.60 & chopping 40% at mill. Settled all Back accounts & Third milk check $ 21.96 cheese 2 = 24% .S.W.

Sunday doing chores albert Ramsey & wife & son Geo were here. I drove to R. at night nice day & moon light.

monday doiing chores took milk to factory. Rowing bus. Took 2 caus away no 1 & 7 & paid balance. $ 50.00. hoeing mangels & powing. F.W.M. cut piece of grass & hoeing mangels.

Tuesday doing chores took milk to factory. Plowing & hoeing mangels. Drewed in & load hay had words with F.W.M about hay. Frank Breathwaite come here with home & left some & he took 5 train.

Wednesday doing chores. took milk to factory 180 lbs. hoeing mangels. drawing in hay 6 loads nice day Grocers picnic to falls to day. They went on F.H & B as there was a strik on J.T.R.

Thursday doing chores took milk to factory160 lbs rain showery through the day. cutting weeds in lane.

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