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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 March 14. Jerseyville March 14 1911

Dear Sister Noah and I are each sending you Five Dollars as a gift. am sorry you are not well. Let us know how you are getting along. I ran busy now I have started to tap. Your Loving Brother. Milt.

" 16 Very cold.

" 16 March 16 Helped Roy Kelly afternoon loading manure.

" 16 Borrowed one DOllar from Noah Dyment.

" 16 March 16 Bought and Paid in full one Dollar and ten cents for a pair of rubbers from Black's Clerk.

" 16 March 16 Finished cutting sixteen cords of stove wood, at fifty cents per cord, and recieved payment in full for same.

" 16 March 16 Paid Noah Dyment in full eight Dollars. for the use of his team drawing my cedar posts from the swamp to Valen's Corner's.

" 17 March 17. Cold. and Blusty.

" 17 March 17. helped Roy Kelly. draw manure one day.

" 17 March 17 Recieved one Dollar of the one Dollar and eighty seven and a half cents, from Roy Kelly that he owed me for March the 16 and March the 17.

" 19 Jerseyville March 20 1911

Mr Woodhouse. Dundas

Dear Sir I would like to have pay for the car load of wood I shiped you Dec 22 1910. Yours Truly M Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

" 19 Wrote to Professor Javity of the Apriculural College Guelph to send me experiment 28G, first choice, 28B, second choice, for. 1911 paris experiment.

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