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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 July 4 June 28 Mr Jones and Mr Fletcher come here for supper and I bought for a note of five hundred and sixty Dollars to be paid before Oct 31st. Two thousand and eight hundred shares in The Cobalt Frontenac Mining Co.

July 4 June 28 Recieved five Dollars in full for W Almstead of Ancestor for the use of my Potato Planter.

July 4 June Paid Howard Knox forty nine Dollars in adition to the Fifteen he had Recieved from Noah for nine hundred lbs of the Vistol and one hundred lbs of Paris Green.

July 4 bought of Noah his share of note agaisnt G Woodworth which we recieved June 24 to be paid five months after date and paid ten Dollars in full for some.

July 4 July Settled up with Noah everything expect notes

July 5 Jerseyville July 5 1911

Dear Sirs For the two Dollar Postal order. Send me enough packaging to pack the two plungers of my supramotors and The one end of one plunger that the hole is in that fastens to the plunger bar and Three of those little bolts that goes through the plunger bars and two plunger bars and the rest of the money in {illegible} and in washers and in packing in haste. Yours Truly. Milton Dyment. Jerseyville Ont

July 5 July 5 Very hot Jess helped me one day.

July 8 July 8 Paid Jess Wilson eight Dollars and seventy five cents in full for work to Date. Five Dollars for the week of June the 19. four days and the rest for July 5th 1 day July 7th one half day July 7 one half day July 8 one half day.

July 17 July 10 Jess Worked one half day.

July 17 July 14 Jess Worked one day.

July 17 July 14 Paid Ervin ten cents in full for work.

July 17 July 15 Jess helped one Day.

July 17 July 17 Brought a pair shoes at Hamilton Royal Shoe stor for six Dollars and a half.

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