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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Wednesday doing chores working for R.A Thompson in mill & unloading car of wheat.

Thursday doing chores. helping R.A.T in mill & unloading wheat rainy all day.

Friday doing chores & working around in general.

Saturday doing chores moving wood & cleaning up for hen yard. cutting grass & lending barn & getting ready to go away. rain at night.

Sunday doing chores drove to R & had dinner at H.E.Ps also tea. Took mrs P. 1 bag potatoes rain at night

monday doing chores cultivating in lot back of house 7 putting up fence around the house. rain afternoon & evening. sent for Family Herald {Rafar?}. for H.E.P & payed R.G Thompson for coal that Sam Plastaw got $2.60.

Tuesday doing chores & working around in general.

Wednesday doing chores & working at hen house & making trap nest. wrote to H.E.P.

Thursday doing chores & working at hen house. fixing doors & {Lathering?}.

friday doing chores drove mr and mrs Fred Mulholland up to {wier?} in a.m. heavy rain early in morning very windy had head ache.

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