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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 April 28 April 27 Jess Wilison. Helped one day

" 28 April 27 Ros helped eight hours.

" 28 April 28 Paid Agent Smith thirty five cents for frieght on bags

" 28 April 28 Recieved one Dollar and seventy cents for two bags of Potatoes, in full and gave Noah half.

" 28 April 28 Gave Colman Howell two Dollars to buy me a gallon of Formalin which he did at two Dollars.

" 28 April 28 Jess Wilison helped one day

" 28 April 28 Gave Jess WIlison five Dollars, fifty cents, over payment in full for 26th 27th 28th.

" 28 April 28 Ros helped eight hours

" 28 April 28 Billed car of Potatoes out for Hamilton.

" 28 April 28 Recieved twenty five cents as my share from Noah for Potatoes Mr Jamison got.

May 3 May 2 Jess Helped one day.

" 3 May 3 Jess Helped one day.

"3 Ros Helped four hours

" 3 May Paid R Black in full one Dollar and seventy eight for Bags Bread and a Pair of Pants.

" 3 Jerseyville May 3 1911

{illegible} Soloman & Slevens Hamilton

Dear Sir Your letter recieved containing check as payment in fill for car of Potaotes you bought over Phone May 1st. We are loading another car now about 350 bags some being in loose, car bags being away. these we expect will be in Hamilton Friday moring ready to unboard. If you want these at 93ct per bag on car at Hamilton Let us know at once. We have two small car loads to offer later. Yours Very Truly M Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

May 3 May 3 In settling with Noah the standing account he owes me one hundred and thirty nine Dollars and seventy cents.

" 3 Cold. Sending Potatoes.

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