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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Sunday doing chores home in A.m drove to Roctor and had tea at H.E.P mr.Heath of hamilton wife and daughter there also & spent the day. mrs Jone heath there visiting.

monday doing chores digging potatoes 17 bushel & picking apples 5 bushel {spies?}. Went to Traders bank Lynden & paid First note of $34 00 on Binder

Tuesday doing chores setting fence posts patching roof rain at night Removed my subscription to Hearld Paper. Hamilton send postal note for $2.00 mother went to Toronto on 7-15 train Via Boat.

Wednesday doing chores in A.M got ready & went to rocktor show in afternoon & had tea at Plastows took over 1 bushel potatoes.

Thursday doing chores picking apples & pulling mangels drawed 3 wads then ties for Julia Mangie.

Friday doing chores making {bit?} for mangels & pulling mangels finished some.

Saturday doing chores drawed bad man Tie for Julia Mangie went to Rouses mill & got door frame & Veranda letters work harrowing orchard. sold mangie 1 log chop.

Sunday doing chores went to harrisburg & had dinner at Jeans.

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