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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.


Nov 20 Sunday. doing chores. at Barlows to see S.A.P. {Patterson} drove to R {Rockton}. at night. & went to League meeting in church. Miss S.A.P. went home with me to R {Rockton}. Mr WM Vansickle & wife left here.

Nov 21 Monday. doing chores. & husking corn. went to station & helped S.J. Plastow. get stove. & bran at mill. also at Piries Store & bot groceries.

Nov 22 Tuesday. doing chores. husking corn.

" 23 Wednesday. doing chores. husking corn & went to woods & got 2 loads threshing wood. F.W.M. away with team.

Nov 24 Thursday. doing chores. husking corn.

" 25 Friday. doing chores. husking corn. cutting wood in shed. cleaning up drive barn floor. Jean & children here to-day. north wind to night. sent letter to H.E.P.

Nov 26 Saturday. doing chores. getting ready to thresh in AM. threshing in P.M. 386 bushel. mixed grain.

Nov 27 Sunday. doing chores. had head ache. & home all day. Jean. here. Albert. & girl here for dinner.

Nov 28. Monday. doing chores. & finished threshing. 549 bushel. total 935.B.

Nov 29. Tuesday. doing chores. took oats 4.8 lbs to Frank Barlow's. then to Firman Clements. 12 1/2 bushel. working around. barn. & cutting some wood in shed. went to Frank. Barlow's sale. cold west wind. things did not sell very well. except cattle which sold good.

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