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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday at Stewards for breakfast & dinner came home on 2 30 train & fixing fence. Millor Stenabaugh brought hay 1140 lbs. Paid for some $9.50.

Tuesday doing chores & helping to put roof on hen house & working around in general.

Wednesday doing chores & doing some plowing for andrew Black. had head-ache drove H.E.P home from station rain at night.

Thursday doing chores went to mill & bot 10 bushel oat @ 53. & got a bus chopped also bot , bushel frozen wheat for chicken feed. Dine harrowing in orchard also plowing for Geo Jackson 2 hours.

Friday doing chores plowing harrowing & planting potatoes for mrs Geo Jackson.

Saturday doing chores plowing & harrowed lott for WM Robins. rain in afternoon. read card for Jean. Mother went to Burg.

Sunday doig chores went to church in morning. wrote letter to H.E.P in afternoon & went to church at night.

monday doing chores & tinkering around plowed will p rainy and cold wind.

Tuesday doing chores harrowing & making out potatoes ground planting potatoes in afternoon.

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