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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Tuesday doing chores austin mulholland & I went to {vector?} Hunters safe. cold west wind.

Wednesday doing chores had head ache. cold west wind mrs henry murray buried this P.M.

Thursday doing chores cutting wood drove to R. at night & spent evening at H.E.P.s she not very well.

Friday doing chores cutting wood in shed took bag potatoes to mrs Robins & got 100 Granulated sugar at $4.76 per hundred. got grain box from station. was taking to woodworks about hunting farm.

Saturday doing chores went to R. & had dinner at Plastows

monday doing chores cutting wood.

tuesday doing chores drove to C. bayles in am.

Wednesday doing chores moving over to new house.

Thursday doing chores moving and cleaning out {garred?}.

Friday doing chores moving.

Saturday doing chores moving wood over to new house. and soed mrs Robins 10 bus oats at 35 c. $3.50

Sunday doing chores rainy & cloudy.

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