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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday doing chores moving & cleaning out house.

Tuesday doing chores cleaning out woodwork cellar.

Wednesday doing chores Father & I tore up hoese flower & Frank brought some over with team. Frank took 35 bags on 75 bus 50 lb wheat to mill @ 78 c hen bus.

Thursday doing chores bind {Juke?} hole in floor & cleaning up wheat.

Friday doing chores cleaning up wheat & took 53 - 05 lbs to mill @ 76 % hen bus. $ 40.34. paid for chopping 25% Picked up 7 bags potatoes in cellar also took 135 lbs old wheat to mill @ 76 c hen bus $1.71

saturday doing chores fixing cistern{ summer?} at bricks house on farm cleaning out tool house. F.W.M away to city with oats & potatoes & got sale bill. No 1 cow calved.

Sunday doing chores went for walk up the railway damp wind.

monday doing chores cleaning out tool house o big farm.

Tuesday doing chores cleaning out pig pen & sold 10 fat pigs weight 2050 lbs @ 6.75 =$130.40 had settlement for apples, turnips wheat, pigs & meals. Paid him $66.25.

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