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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Paid David woodworth for 1 load hay $ 5.00 at Geo Archers Store.

Sunday went to church in morning and drove to Rockton in evening mr & mrs Steward there & all went to league

monday doing chores drawing timber planning barn picking berries bot 10 boxes black amounts for H.E.P. & toook berries & {curants?} to H.E.P at night.

Tuesday doing chores not very well so not working much mother away to jeans.

Wednesday doing chores & working around barn mother came home at night.

Thursday working around in general took wagon to Tom Hulls & loaded same with Lumber.

Friday doing chores took load of lumber to St George for tom H. also digging out ditch & put in tile drain from horse stable.

saturday doing chores piling wood & building roof over same.

Sunday drove to rockton & had tea at H.E.P.

monday doing chores helping mother wash picking berries cultivating & hilled up potatoes for mrs James. also cultivating Potatoes in orchard.

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