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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Tuesday doing chores & helping at barn putting down cement floors.

Wednesday helping at barn.

Thursday working at barn.

Friday cleaning up around barn & doing odd jobs.

Saturday fixing gate & wheelbarrow getting in care Went out to see drilling machine & Rones mill. Read letter from H.E.P.

Sunday doing chores very nice day warm & dry at home all day.

monday working around in general.

Tuesday took load lumber to St George for Tom Hull also drove to harrisburg & called on Jean.

Wednesday helping wash in a.m drowing dirt in p.m.

Thursday doing chores cultivating on south side of lawn took out 2 posts in yard sold Geo Archer 25 lbs 7 30 Lbs oats @ 40% $10.35. drawed out load & manure & got in corn for horses sent letters to H.E.P and fred mulholland 171 Queen St S. Hamilton.

Friday doing chores & getting things in shops to go away to city.

Saturday doing chores fixing fence. & working on barn {reseiding?} same got dressed & took noon train for city & went to Fred Mulhollands 171 Queen S. Fred F.F around the city in afternoon & to mountain theater at night.

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