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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 April 22 April 22 The letter of the 19th I wrote to Mr C Barrett I did not post or send.

" 22 April 22 Mr H Herman got twenty seven bags of seed potatoes and Paid thirteen Dollars in full two Dollars of which I recieved for my share in full

April 26 April 24 Paid Mrs E Vansickle one Dollar and Thirty cents for four pounds of butter for Mable

April 26 April 26 Paid Mr Lee five cents for four bolts and nuts

April 26 April 26 Ros helped me four hours.

April 26 April 26 J Wilison helped one day

April 26 April 26 Jerseyville April 26 1911

David Fraser Hamilton

Dear Sir Your letter of the 24th just recieved. The address was wrong. As we are loading a car of potatoes on THUB at Jerseyville, and want to finish seeding before we load any more. We wont quote any price just now. We have three car load of carman potatoes to sell yet. Yours Very Truly. Dyment Bros. Jerseyville Ont

April 26 April 26 Jerseyville April 26. 1911

Vance & Co Toronto

Dear Sir We are just loading a car of Potatoes now, and we want to finished seeding before we load anymore. So we dont care to quote prices just now. Yours Truly. Dyment Bros. Jerseyville. Ont

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