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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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some hay came home & {re rqr 4?} & culltivatory for Ward Kelly in a.m. spreading {maiure?} in garden. & drawed up some wood for A.E.U. also drew out a load of ashes. very fine day.

Friday doing chores doing chores. Plowing in orchard walking around.

Saturday doing chores culltivating in orchard & helping on hen house & making garden got ready & went to Hamilton on 5 train & stayed at Stewards.

Sunday at R stewards & called on fred mulholland.

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Saturday doing chores plowing garden in orchard & helping Father to build hen-house. cool wind.

Sunday doing chores went to church at morning. Geo VanSickle wife died this a.m. cool wind.

monday doing chores & working around in {gaural?}.

Tuesday doing chores cultivating & {Harrawing?} in garden went to Funeral in P.M. geo Vansickles wife was buried Lynden Cemetry.

Wednesday doing chores plowing in garden. & cutting & planting potatoes sent letter to H.E.P containing 20.00.

Thursday doing chores went over to see miller Stewabaugh & bot

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