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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Saturday at the store Geo Archer worse and died at 11-30 a.m. cold wind.

Sunday went to store in forever. had headache and at home in afternoon with letter to H & P in evening cold west wind all day.

monday at the store as usual.

Tuesday at the store funeral of Geo H Archer at 2 P.M. store closed very large crowd. H & P here.

Wednesday at the store as usual.

Thursday at the store.

Friday at the store Sterling away to city. and got oyster, salted peanuts and Laundry.

Saturday at the store and busy cold and windy all week. Sterling {arches?} Paid me wages for month up till 7 d15 in full $ 25.00 cash sales for day $51.90. Leon came down to stay {our?}.

Sunday cold west wind went to {Roockter?} in PM and had tea at H & Ps.

Monday at the store as usual




Friday away to city for good for store and took down eggs 24 1/2 doz.

Saturday at the store. Real Payment for Work to date.

Sunday at home {met?} to cold. Went and to church at night.

monday went to store as usual.

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