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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Wednesday doing chores cleaning out pig pen west wind & colder to-night.

Thursday doing chores fixing up hen house & cleaning up small wood from pig pen & got wire from field mean pond. very cold west wind.

Friday doing chores went to city on 10 train & bot goods $ 5.45 returned on 2:30 train & done chores & fixing around hen house.

Saturday doing chores delivered 5 bags potatoes & 5-6 bushel oats had headache & sick at stomach father & mother went to Harrisburg on evening train.

Sunday doing chores drove to rockton & had dinner at h.E.Ps rain at night father & mother away over sunday at jeans.

monday doing chores baging up some grain & potatoes.

Tuesday doing chores got A.E.V horse {Shod?} took grain to mill & got chopper delivered bag potatoes to & bag grain to Chas Griller Read $1.50 = 35% due paid me mr geo Egg leston here. & helping me. We caught 22 hens & 1 rooster at night & brought some away from farm.

Wednesday doing chores getting things ready to sell at sale.

Thursday doing chores getting ready for sale & had sale in afternoon good crowd here.

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