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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

Thursday doing chores sold 2 bag potatoes got barrel of water & trimming Trees in orchard Jean & children came down & went home on {waving?} barn.

Friday doing chores went to office & posted letter watching {barn?} shoeveling snow off of walks. stormy all day from east.

Saturday doing chores cutting wood & trimming trees. Read letter from H,E.P

Sunday doing chores Langford of had dinner & tea at albet E. Ramsays & also calles at Artie Ramsays. fine & {tharowing?} very fact. amos Kitcher died early a.m.

monday doing chores cutting wood & making trap hen nest. Read card from S.A.Patterson.

Tuesday doing chores. Trimming Trees finished making trap nest. went to funeral of amos kitcher buried at Jersey ville very nice day.

Wednesday doing chores cutting wood.

Thursday doing chores cleaning up bush in orchard.

Friday doing chores bot meals at {piriis?} & making trap nest in P.M & went to church at night.

Saturday doing chores bot some nails at mall. not very well had head ache.

Sunday doing chores went to church in morning & evening.

monday doing chores delivered 3 bags potatoes & Read balance from belldan.

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