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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily record

Thursday doing chores went to Hamilton & bot goods & got check cashed. missed 3.50 train & came up on 7-05 in evening.

Friday doing chores oiling & fixing harness F.W.M. shot off his mother afout apples Turnips taxes & many other thing about the family Paid hime $50.00 his share on cattle sold.

Saturday doing chores cutting wood in shed& oiling harness. mother went to jeans in evening.

Sunday doing chores drove over to H.E.P.s & had dinner & Tea & spent the evening there.Father & mother at Jeans over I.

Monday doing chores & laying around house. not feeling well.

Tuesday doing chores went up to function & see new tower office cutting wood in shed.

Wednesday doing chores cutting wood in shed fixing harness & drawing out manure in afternoon 4 loads down to lower south field. F.W.M. got chop for pigs 5 bags.

Thursday doing chores cutting wood in shed & helping father cut some limbs off of apple trees.

Friday doing chores very mild & fogy. Posted letter to H.E.P & me to m.young Red deer alta milk Rause came home this afternoon.

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