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Sidney Clarence Van Sickle Diary, 1909-1913


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Daily Record

Sunday miller at home all day

monday at the store as usual




Friday at the store and away to city for goods

Saturday at the store {mrs Geo Ardhen?} said me S & v for month in full.

Sunday colder with west wind

Monday at the store as usual



Thursday feeling away to city.

Friday at the store feeling away to city Market travel very {troxy?} unsaid.

Saturday at the store Will and Cara here also Jean and children also Della Rose

Sunday at home all day. The girls were here from {Tomato and otasibang?} also Frank and Carrie and Della.

Monday at the store as usual.



Thursday away to city and got goods

Friday at the store as usual.

Saturday at the store mrs a and Sadie away to city.

Sunday very nice day at home went to church at night.

monday at the store as usual.

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