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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Friday doing chores & painting chairs got some oil & fixed up lamp cold wind from west very good sleighing. mr & mrs {SF atkins?} here for tea.

Saturday doing chores & Tinkering around.

Sunday doing chores at home all day not feeling very well.

monday doing chores helping mother to wash in a.m drove up to Geo Woods sale in P.M very nice day.

Tuesday {Starey?} doing chores & cleaning up homes shoveling snow.

Wednesday doing chores went out to R Jones & got pipe & coupling also got funnel made.

Thursday doing chores went of office & posted letter also took pipe wrenches to mill. splitting wood in P.M.

Friday doing chores cutting wood in cellar & helped mother {web?} 9 chickens marley Bahen & Charlie James called to see father about buying lot.

Saturday doing chores mother of took morning train & went to city & market with chickens and eggs. came home on 230 train.

Sunday doing chores Frank & Jean come down & had dinner home all day.

monday doing chores, had side head ache & cold all day father & mother went to {altsins?} for Tea. West wind & sleet storm very slippery.

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