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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday feeling rather blue. & at store all day.

Tuesday at the store all day.

Wednesday at the store.

Thursday at the store & on the farm drawing in oats load rainy.

Friday doing chores & drawing in oats at Geo Archers farm. & getting ready to go to market.

Saturday away to city for goods for store. rain not very well at night Father & mother away to toronto.

Sunday cloudy and wet at home & doing chores.

To 7. working at Archers store 7 to city for good.

carrie of drove to lanngford 7 had dinner & tea at Ramseys.

To 14 at the store & to city for goods

Drove to harrisburg & had dinner at Braithwaiter also drove to R. & called to see H.E.P.

monday at the store & new pay to date check for months Pay.

Tuesday at the store as usual.



Friday getting ready for market.

saturday away to city for goods. Geo & wife & baby away to city.

Sunday mother & I away to church in morning Frank & Jean & children down. rainy in afternoon.

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