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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Saturday doing chores splitting wood in shed went up to see things at junction cut in afternoon.

Sunday doing chores cloudy & looks like storm drove over to Plastows & went to C.E & had tea after turned colder. & strong west wind.

monday doing chores cold west wind.

Tuesday doing chores & talking to A.E.V in P.M. mother fell in lane & broke her left arm above rist.

Wednesday doing chores & working around in general baged up 5 bags oats & 1 bag potatoes.

Thursday doing chores took potatoes to Robins & chop to mill & cutting wood chop for horses & pigs. Dr here This morning & changed bandage on mothers arm. at amos Dymonds at night & gave him present of 2 chairs & cloth.

Friday doing chores cutting stove & furnace wood sold 2 bags potatoes to aunt Bell d. recv payment in full also payment from mrs Robins.

Saturday doing chores cutting some wood in shed went up to shack to see things around.

Sunday doing chores went to R{ockton}. & had dinner & Tea at Plastows nice day. but frosty. got home soon after 7 p.m. & done up chores

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