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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

monday at the store as usual colder in morning with wind.

Tuesday at the home colder with wind

Wednesday at the store as usual

Thursday away to city and got goods for store also got {call?} at Jones and took some to miller {Burungo?}.

Friday at the store and working at chimeny for new furnace.

Saturday at the store and working in inside and out started furnace.

Sunday at home not very well cold in head and headache. mother away to church

Monday at the store as usual.




Friday away to city for goods.

Saturday at the store and very busy

Sunday drove to R and had tea at H & P and spent the evening cold west wind and freezing.

monday at the store as usual cold west wind , Sadie and Clara away to city.

Tuesday doing chores and at the store as usual cold west wind.

Wednesday Cold wind at the store

Thursday at the store and {traveling?} up {Dedication?} for Xinao.

Friday away to city for goods

Saturday at the store go to {Zaenti?}

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