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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily record 1912

Tuesday doing chores went to mill & got some oats & earn & got same chopped cold west wind.

Wednesday doing chores and working around in general & getting ready to go to Preslyterrian tea meeting. Jean came down & went to tea meeting.

Thursday doing chores splitting wood & took some in cellar. pumping water to fill tank mr & mrs brown here looking at house very nice day but cold.

Friday very cold doing chores went to office & got mail also got load of coal at mill in P.M moon light nights.

Saturday doing chores went down to office and got mail. Dad and I over to village lot trimming trees in afternoon also pumping water and filling tank

Sunday went to church in morning cold air but nice day uncle sam and aunt Dorothy came in afternoon and stayed for tea.

monday doing chores in a.m went to john {athers?} for load of sand in afternoon & to meeting at church at night.

Tuesday very nice day away for load of sand in forenoon & doing chores. Trimming apple trees in P.M over at village lot.

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