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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 March 20 March 20. Recieved one Dollar and twenty cents from Mable Dyment March 19. to give to Mrs E Vansickle. which I did give in full for four pounds Butter March 20. 1911.

" 20 Jerseyville. March. 20 1911

Mr. H. Knox Lynden

Dear Sir The price on Blue Vitrol by the barrell. at wood and Vallance hardware store to day is five cents per lb. I didn't price anywhere else. Yours Truly. M Dyment.

" 20 March 20. Rain at first clearning and turning colder. Came from Hamilton on the T.H.V.B 11.14.

" 21 March 21. Fine and warm. drawing manure. and helping Oliver Howell move a building to Fred Howells.

" 21 March 21 The card I wrote to H Knox March 20 about Blue Vitrol, I burnt.

" 23 March 23. Taylor Almstead's sale. Very cold. drawing manure and boiling sap.

" 23 Jerseyville March 23. 1911

Mr Siddall Hamilton

Dear Sir Your letter of the 22nd recieved We intend to ship potatoes to Hamilton soon. just when, I cant say. We have four or five car load's for sale, yet, Ill likely write you again or call on you, when we are about to sell. Yours Truly, M Dyment.

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