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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday doing chores helping R.A Thompson to bag car Turnips W. Jones & Jim Ross also there.

Tuesday doing chores started to draw out manuer rainy nearly all day. at car bagging on up Turnips 3 1/2 hours in afternoon Walter James. Frank Vansickle & I were at the job.

Wednesday doing chores drawing manure & spreading same in orchard. fixing fence in P.M.

Thursday doing chores Plowing in orchard helping to put barb wire on fence. very nice day. mother came home from Toronto. John morjie paid me 4.40 cash on account in full to date.

Friday doing chores & plowing in forenoon working for R.A Thompson in afternoon.

Saturday doing chores & helping R.A Thompson loading turnips & sold Jim Hodgius 1 bushel potatoes.

Sunday doing chores home all day had head ache cloudy & Rainy.

monday doing chores & helping R.A. Thompson to bag & load Turnips cloudy some rain & heavy wind at night.

Tuesday at R.A Thompsons baging and loading Turnips also went to Branchton to load Turnips.

Wednesday working for R.A Thompson loading Turnips.

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