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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 April 12 April 12 Jerseyville

Mr Dunlop Hamilton Ont

Dear Sir We will take ninty-five cents per bag for 400 bags of potatoes on car at Hamilton, frieght prepaid. if you want them answer by {illegible} mail. Yours Truly. Dyement Bros. Jerseyville Ont

April 15 April 14. Noah and I had some settling up. We settled for the one trip off his ticket amounting to twenty five cents and for the Dollar I borrowed on March 16 and the Dollar I borrowed on March 23 and for the twenty four day that Rob helped me last summer, I gave him twenty four Dollars. He settled for the intrest on the twelve hundred and two hundred Dollar Notes for a year giving me eighty four Dollars he paid me eight Dollars in full for small Potatoes. He settled for the one hundred and thirty Dollars that he owed me on the car of Potatoes the {illegible} Dyment got in settling I am to get the fifty nine Dollars ond fifty five cent that coming to him from Mr Garreld. In the end he owed me the twelve Hundred Dollar note, and interest since Dec 27, 1910, and the two Hundred Dollar note, and intrest since April 7 1911, and one hundred and thirty three Dollars and seventy five cents to be handed to me soon.

April 14 Paid Mr Lee in full five cents for Mucilage.

April 15 Arther Lee. Agent for the Cobalt Frontenac Mining Co Limited Sold me six hundred shares of stock in the mention Co for one hundred and fifty Dollars. and gave note to be paid in thirty days from date, and Receipt recieved.

" 19 Roy Kelly Got two Posts out of the {illegible} the other day from North and did not Pay for them. Value thirty cents

" 19 April 19 H. Vansickle Paid in full thirty cents for two Posts.

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