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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record

Aug 28 Sunday. doing chores. went to Rockton & had dinner at H.E.Ps. came home & done chores in evening.

Aug 29 Monday. doing chores. cultivating on fall wheat ground. & getting in corn for cows.

Aug 30 Tuesday. doing chores. disc harrowing all day. took milk to factory. went to station & got catalogue & sent same to S. G. McCormick. Rockton. postage 9 {cents}. also posted letter to H.E.P.

Aug 31 Wednesday. doing chores. took milk to Factory. raining in forenoon. cut some wood in shed. disc harrowing in p.m. wrote letter to Roy Vansickle.

Sept 1 Thursday. took milk 152 lbs to factory. fixed disc harrow tongue. & cultivating on fall wheat ground. also dragging.

Sept 2 Friday. doing chores. took milk to factory. rolling and harrowing on fall wheat ground. got in load of corn for cows. sold 149 bushels turnip. @ 13 {cents} $2533. Recv payment. & settled with F.W.M. for all back accounts. Sunday school picnic at Park.

Sept 3 Saturday. doing chores. took milk to factory dressed & went to Hamilton Will & Cara came up on 2-30 train

Sept 4 Sunday. doing chores. at home all day. rain in evening so did not go to R{Rockton}.

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