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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Monday at the store as usual.





Saturday away to city for goods.

Sunday fair & cool. at home.

monday at the store as usual.

tuesday working at the store .

Wednesday at Geo Archers store

Thursday at the store & getting ready for market.

Friday away to market for G.H Archer & brought home load of goods.

Saturday at the store as usual

Sunday drove to harrisburg & to St. george at night to the opening of new baptist church.

monday at G.H archers store & quite busy all day.

Tuesday at Archers store

Wednesday at the store till 10 am then got ready & drove to Rocktor fair & had dinner with H.E.P. also tea & spent the evening.

Thursday st the store as usual.

friday got ready & went to city for goods & in the store at eve.

Saturday at Geo Archers store.

Sunday at home cool & fair day sat church in a.m. & evening.

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