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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Tuesday at the store

Wednesday at the store and man from Trust Go. was there looking own over things and also took book accounts and debts.

Thursday at the store and started to take stock mr alex Hanes and I.

Friday at the store. Sterling away to city and bot some goods.

Saturday at the store also taking stock.

Sunday at home fair and cold. went to {Prulylacan?} C at night.

Monday at the store as usual.




Friday away to city for good. Paid for goods $98.95. Mis Geo Archen and myself were sworn in {P.Q?}

Saturday at the store as usual. unpacking goods and making {arrange?}.

Sunday at home west wind and stormy.

monday at the store as usual Clara {Mullerland?} great work at the store monday night.

Tuesday at the store

Wednesday at the store as usual.

Thursday at the store cold weather.

Friday at the store Bell Telephone men forcing me central phone offer.

Saturday at the store as usual Mrs GH Archer away to city and got Laundry. ms H.J {Ryans?} paid our check of $33.00 in payment from 16 700th {culluralion?}.

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