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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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March 7 March 7. cold and fair. cutting wood.

" 7 Paid Mr. John Lee. three cents in full for stove pipe wire

" 7 Jerseyville March 7. 1911

Mr Thompson

Dear Sir We have quoted prices to other parties, and are waiting for an answer. Yours Truly. Dyment Bros. Jerseyville.

" 9 March 8 fine and mild, cutting wood, to Alberton Tea Meeting

" 9 March 8. Recieved eight Dollars and seventy five cents in full for wood, from Hugh Toland.

" 9 March 9. Mild and cloudy. cutting wood.

" 9 March 9. Gave Noah Dyment five Dollars for the five Dollars I borrowed March 4. 19911.

" 12 March 12 Warm and rainy. Was to Methodist Church Jerseyville to hear Mr Cousin's preach anniversary summons,

And subscribed 50cts, and paind Mr Hildreth the same in full.

" 14 March 13. Noah and I got father's sap pan for which We agree to give him a gallon of syrup.

14 March 15 Noah and I borrowed Mr Cliver Howells sap pails and spile's

"14 March 14 Fine and warm Trapping.

" 14 March 14 I brought four hundred one Dollar Shares of the Cobalt Frontenac Mining Co. Limited. from G M Jones agent for one hundred Dollars. and gave note for thirty Day's from date. and got receipt for settlement in full.

" 14 March 14. Roy Kelly borrowed bandwagon and returned it

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