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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1909 April 21st Paid L Dodman 75cts in full for work.

" 21st Paid Bradshaw Bro's 10cts in full for repairing.

Jerseyville April 30th 1909

W C Wells

Dear Sir I habe no potatoes for sale now. Yours Truly. M Diamond

" 30 Cold and damp Hamilton

June Planting College Empire 1st now Sempseys seedling 2nd now our own Empire state 37d now {illegible} early 4th now Rose of the north now 5th.

June 13 Hamilton.

March 6 1911 March 4 Paid Vansickle's $2n25 for butter for Mable.

" 6 Jerseyville Feb 23. 1911

Mr Carrol Hamilton Ont

Dear Sire We have been holding our potatoes for advance in prince, If you could pay us a Dollar a bag the former part of march, we would lay a car load of fine stock in for you. Yours Truly. Dyment Bros. Jerseyville. Ont.

" 6 March 6. Recieved $2.50 in full for wood from Mrs Smith.

" 6 March 6. Paid Mrs Wait for the renewal of my subscription to the family Herald and Weekly star. Montreal. Quebec. One Dollar in full.

" 6 March 6. Paid Mr John Lee 45cts in full for Mits.

" 6 March 6 cold. and fair. cutting wood

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