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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Thursday doing chores drawing wood shed in off of road & Turned same around rain in afternoon.

Friday doing choresworking at shed & started to fix roof.

Saturday doing chores shingling roof on shed cold west wind. Jean came down & stayed for dinner went to carries for tea.

Sunday at home all had head ache milder weather.

monday doing chores shingling wood shed roof & put doors on, very nice day.

Tuesday doing chores cutting wood in cellar & fixing up coal bins went to Rockton at night & called at H.E.P. rainy most of day colder at night.

Wednesday doing chores fixing coal bins in cellar. hooked up {team?} & went to village lot & got load of old lumber

Thursday doing chores drawing coal 2 loads. 1150 wagon 4270 first load 4220 second load also drawed 2 loads wood for A.E.V bot 1 bushel wheat at mill $1.00 Paid. Splitting wood & took same into cellar cold west wind.

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