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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record 1912

monday took lumber & shingles over to farm to fix pig pen roof & working at same. mrs James Raws was buried to day at Hamilton.

Tuesday doing chores & making trap nest in shop stormy.

Wednesday doing chores working at pig pen roof in forenoon not very well in afternoon.

Thursday doing chores posted letter to H.E.P. & working at Pig pen roof finished fixing same rain at night fireman clement called & wanted money on {Munistrs?} salary.

Friday doing chores mrs chamberland of Strathmiore come here. also Jean & children came down & caprie and children came over. I took addie to see her aunt mrs. Geo Kitcher.

Saturday doing chores went to morning train with Tom chamberland. also with jean not doing much all day. sick with cold.

Sunday doing chores very nice day. not doing much at home all day.

monday doing chores sick with cold

Tuesday doing chores not very well

Wednesday doing chores & tinkering around ladies aid held meeting here.

Thursday doing chores & fixing up around.

Friday doing chores fixing {drie?} hassow tongue. & got 4 new bolts & fixed {aisterm?} top over at village.

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