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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Friday doing chores dressed & went to city on 10 Train & seen Duke & Duchess of connaught larger crowed in city went to Fred Mulhollands & stayed over night.

Saturday at Hamilton & done some buying & came home on 4.15 train.

Sunday doing chores east wind & storm went to church at night frosty air & moon light.

monday doing chores helping mother to wash baged up some grain & got some chopped also got Geo horse shed new shoes all around & drawed load This for Julia Manzie cold wind.

Tuesday doing chores & helping R.A.T to bag car of turnips.

Wednesdsay doing chores helping R.A Thompson at turnips in forenoon very nice day.

Thursday doing chores had sick head ache Father & mother away to funeral of Geo Wood age 70 years.

Friday doing chores not feeling very well very nice day.

Saturday doing chores cleaned out hen house & got in gravel for winter also cutting wood in afternoon mothyer went to Harrisburg at night very winded & cloudy Read L. from H.E.

Sunday doing chores & getting the meals went to church in forenoon.

monday doing chores & getting meals Polling day Dr. James mcqueen & Wm. Lawson candidates wet day.

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