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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Friday doing chores cutting weeds & thistles around oat field fence. & drawing in 5 loads wheat. started to rain in afternoon settled with F.W.M. on 4 th milk check. $ 21.56 & 7 1/4 lbs. cheese 77c.

Saturday doing chores fixing binder canvasas. cutting weed & Thistles along fence in east field. Father & I drawed in 1 load of wheat F.W.M. away to city he took milk to factory.

Saturday doing chores went to Rockton & had dinner at H.E.Ps & came home in afternoon. H.E.P. came with me. done chores at night.

monday doing chores got ready & went to falls. & spend the day H.E.P. was with me 23 years since I were there before.

Tuesday doing chores helped F. Barlow Thresh Barley. hoing . cutting weeds. & drawed in 2 loads wheat drove H.E.P. home at night & had few words about a few things,

Wednesday doing chores took milk to factory. fixing fence back at woods. drawing in wheat & barley. rain at night.

Thursday doing chores took milk to factory got in corn & got plow ready. & plowing this P.M. cool wind.

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