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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 June 8 June 3rd Paid Jess Wilson eight Dollard and seventy five cents in full for the weeks work.

June 8 June 3rd Paid Elie V. two Dollars and a half in full for two days work June 2 and 3rd and he is two recieve some potatoes for June 1 afternoon.

June 8 June 7. Just got home from unloading car of potatoes

June 10 June 10. Paid Jess Wilson seven and a half Dollars in full for the weeks work

June 10 Recieved seventy five cents in full from Jess Wilson for three Bags of potatoes.

June 10 June 10 Delivered to Elie V. Two and a half Bags of potatoes as payment in full for work

June 17 June 18 Paid Jess Wilson seven Dollars and fifty cents for the weed work of six days.

June 24 Jerseyville June 24 1911

Mr Leldicoste Waterdown

Dear Cousin As another party is thinking of buying the remainder or a large quantity of posts. I would like to know when you will have yours all away. So as to be able to sell the bunch with out reserving any. As I havent sold any to anybody but you might state if the pile has been meddled with. Yours Truly. Milton.

June 24 June 25 Was to Mr Fletchers office. Hamilton and Paid him two hundred Dollars in full for twelve hundred shares in the Cobalt Frontenac Mining Co Limited.

June 26 June 26 REcieved five Dollars from E Vansickle as part Payment for seventy posts at twelve cents each.

June 26 June 26 Paid E Vansickle two Dollars and eighty cents in full for twelve lbs of Butter for Mable.

July 4 July 4 Very hot.

" 4 July 4 Paid Dan Wilson two Dollars and twenty five cents in full for July 4 one day and July 3rd one half day.

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