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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday doing chores & helping mother to work. nice day.

Tuesday doing chores & working up ground for mrs Geo Jackson. & plowing orchard.

Wednesday plowing & harrowing in orchard.

Thursday doing chores cultivating & working up ground for mangels & corn. sowed mangels had head ache in P.M.

Friday doing chores bot 18 lbs corn & planted same in orchard. Took { jorne?} horse away to pasture on Seil Lees Farm hired pasture from Tom Lawerson at $1.50 per month& 10% extra far salting also drove to R. & had tea at Plastows & done some fixing around

Saturday doing chores & having potatoes in orchard. very nice day. also helping to fill trench for {varanda?}.

Sunday doing chores & looking around Frank & Jean & children down. also had tea at Carries. very nice day.

monday doing chores. cultivating potatoes in orchard. having.

Tuesday doing chores making out potato ground for mr. Jackson.

Wednesday panting harrowing &

Thursday helping Geo Archer to plant potatoes down on farm. had dinner at mr Joe archer {sern?}.

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