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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1909 April 10 Jerseyville April 10 1909

Mr Javity

Dear Sir Please send me two medium varieties of Potatoes (28b) for axperiment. Yours Truly, Milton Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

" 8 Paid George Paterson six and a half Dollars in full for a Paris cultivator.

Jerseyville April 8, 1909,

Mr Broughton

Dear Sir I have been expecting word from you stating the price of those four Pieces I was needing for the Rolins Planter I would like word at once. Yours Truly Milton Dyment Jerseyville. Ont.

" 7 Paid Mr D Dodman $3.50 in full for work.

" 7 Paid Mr G Wilxon $3.50 in full for work.

" 7 Paid Mr G Smith $1.25 in full for work.

" 8 finished loading a car of Potatoes of Potatoes.

" 10 Was to Bennetts theater after noon and heard Mrs E Fay answer questions {illegible}

" 17 Paid L Dodman $1.00 for work.

" 17 Recieved Payment in full $156.00 for Potatoes for Mr Barrett.

" 19 Paid George Bagiley $37.50 in full at his own residence for Potato cutter.

" 20 Paid 50cts to H Vansickle for work.

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