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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 April 19 April 19. Sold Noah Dyment seventy six Posts for nine Dollars.

" 19 Jerseyville. April 19 1911

Mr Barrett. Brantford.

Dear Sir We offer you a car load of good carman potatoes to be loaded at once, at ninty cents per bag. Let us know at once if you want them. Yours Truly. Milton Dyment. Jerseyville Ont

APril 19 Jerseyville April 19 1911

The Dawson Elliott Co. Toronto

Dear Sirs I noticed your Ad in the Farmer's Sun. We have three or four car loads of good potatoes of our own grown to sell. you might make us an offer for a car load, if you like or let us know what is your commission. Yours Truly. Dyment Bros. Jerseyville Ont

" 19 Jerseyville April 19 1911

Vance & Co. Toronto

Dear Sirs We have three or four car loads of good potatoes for sale. All are own grown. Yours Truly. Dyment Bros. Jerseyville Ont

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