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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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1910 Daily Record.


Nov 30 Wednesday. doing chores. took 8 bags grain to mill to get chopped. Paid 40 {cents}. cutting wood in shed. & fixing around hen house. F.W.M. away all forenoon. Recv Last Milk check. $42.19 cheese $4.77

Dec 1 Thursday. doing chores. tieing up seed corn & hung some in oat granuary {granary}. down street this P.M. & got milk check cashed. & bot lantern globe at Archer's. filed saw. & cut some wood in shed Frank Barlow got load of Tanning mill F.W.M. away all A.M. colder. N.W.

Dec 2 Friday. doing chores. went to C. Boyles & helped to cut feed. Recv letter{fr?}. H.E.P. she being into city.

Dec 3 Saturday. doing chores. cutting some wood in shed. took grain to mill to get chopped. Paid 27 {cents}

Dec 4 Sunday. doing chores. went to R- {Rockton} & had dinner at H.E.P. home in evening & done chores.

Dec 5 Monday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. & fixing around stable.

Dec 6 Tuesday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. went to office & got mail & coal oil.

Dec 7 Wednesday. doing chores. cutting wood in shed. down street to office. took No 2 cow. to C Boyles. bull.

Dec 8 Thursday. doing chores. cutting some wood. helping a little over at house. {written in margin: XXX} Frank & I had talk about several things on farm. turnips, apples, eggs. & work in general.

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