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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

monday doing chores in Foremon and and helping to collect provisions in after lloyd Jones H.W Raw and & did not go to tea meeting at night.

Tuesday doing chores and working around house very cold.

Wednesday doing chores and fixing around.

Thursday doing chores and getting some Mangles from pit also bot 12 {Budiel?} oats from D.A Woodworth @ 479 per bus got some chopping done.

Friday doing chores splitting wood and getting some in cellar. Fatter away to city wrote letter to H.E.P.

saturday doing chores splitting wood got out cutter and working around.

Sunday doing chores and drove over to Rochton in P.M with cutter. H.E.P gave me Xmas present a watch. she recieved present from mrs S.F.P.

monday doing chores and fixing around the house snow and west wind.

Tuesday doing chores killed 2 chickens family chores and table.

Wednesday doing chores splitting wood and{ Tinkarrning?} around wrote L.

Thursday doing chores . Posted letter to H.E.P fixing {pump?} in cellar soft and rainy all day also went to mill a short time in afternoon.

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