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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 March 28 March 25. Recieved one Dollar as payment in full for work done for Roy Kelly 16 and 17 March

" 28 March 25 Recieved one Dollar as loan from Noah

" 28 March 25 Noah and I agreed to load a car of potatoes, for which {illegible} Dyment agreed to give us eighty cents per bag on car at Jerseyville.

April 3 March 30 Loading potatoes

" 3 March 31 Finished loading car of potatoes to be shipped to {illegible} Dyment.

"3 April 1 Recieved sixty Dollars and seventy five cents for wood shiped Dec 12 1910 to Woodhouse and Co Dundas at Bank of Commerce Dundas

" 3 April 1 Noah recieved two hundred and sixty Dollars in full for car load of potatoes of three hundred and twenty five bags shipped and sold to {illegible} Dyment

" 3 April 1 Lent Noah Dyment sixty Dollars.

" 3 April 1 Sold car load of potatoes to Mr Carrol John St Green at eighty seven cents per bag to be delivered in the week of April tthe 3rd.

" 3 April Recieved five Dollars interest from Arton Dyment on notes past due.

" 3 April 2 Was to Hamilton. Cold.

" 3 April 3 Recived the sicty Dollars I lent to Noah Dyment April 1st

" 3 APril 3 Recipted the bill Woodhouse and CO sent me when sending the check on the Bank of Commerce at Dundas for wood for sixty Dollars and seventy five cents.

" 7 April 7 paid frank Millar fifty and a half Dollars in full for a note he had against Mr John Hunter, fifty three Dollars including interest to be paid May 24th 1911

" 7 April 7 Jess Wilison Helpedon day at potatoes.

" 8 April 8 Jess Wilison Hlped one day load potatoes

" 8 April 8 Paid Jess Wilison two Dollars and half in full for work April 7 and 8th.

" 8 April 8 Paid N Smith twelve dollars in full for shiping car of potatoes.

" 8 Recieved fourty cent to give J Wilison to pay for horse shoeing and recieved three cents back.

" 12 April 11 Paid Mr Carroll three hundred and twenty five bags of potatoes in eighty seven cents per bag and Noah recieved only twenty five Dollars on them.

" 12 April 11 Noah and I brought on bag of Potatoes by the name of Rover for two Dollars he paid Steel Briggs for them.

" 12 April 12 Boiled Sap. Rainy

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