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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily record

Tuesday doing chores. cutting wood & taking some in cellar. helped Father move wardrobe over to new house.

Wednesday doing chores. went to woods & cut some dead pine for summer wood in forenoon. rainy & soft under foot cutting wood in shed in afternoon.

Thursday doing chores took 5 bags grain to mill to get chopped S.F.V. for pigs. also drewed up 2 loads pine wood for summer.

Friday doing chores sold 2 young cattle to Alf Hanley. ancaster. for $100.00 read $10.00 as { past?} payment.

Saturday doing chores oiling harness went to Dr Gibsons in evening & got bottle medicine & payed 50c for some Father & albert away to city very icy & slippery.

Sunday doing chores home all day went to church at night cold west wind.

Monday doing chores oiling harness drove mother out to church in afternoon cold. Tea meeting.

Tuesday doing chores oiling harness Alf Hanley took away 2 young cattle Recv check for $90.00 on molson bank Hamilton.

Wednesday doing chores helping mother wash clothes. splitting wood in shed & oiling harness. F.W.M. drawing in fodder corn.

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