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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Wednesday doing chores & picking & chickens in barn cutting wood & fixing around in general. Paid C. Bogle for 2 bushel wheat also C. Filler for fixing Pants F.W.M. home from west.

Thursday doing chores getting wood into cellar & wrote some cards cutting wood & doing other odd jobs. went Xmas Tree intertainment at night mother away to market with 4 pair chickens chickens selling from 80% to $1.25 a pair Turkeys sold @ 26 % per Lb.

Friday doing chores took some wood into cellar & doing odd jobs rain about noon.

Saturday doing chores & fixing up around the house Will & Cora came up for over Xmas

Sunday doing chores drove to Rockton & called at H.E.Ps & spent the afternoon come home at 7 P.M. & had supper Will & cora here. also mrs & mr hull.

monday Xmas we all went to Jeans for Xmas dinner very nice day with no snow come home on 4-18 train.

Tuesday frosty in morning Will & cora went home on morning train Albert also went home with them doing chores & fixing the doors & locks at new house east wind.

Wednesday doing chores & fixing around house change in weather colder.

Thursday doing chores & fixing wash machine cold west wind.

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