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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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Aug 31 Jerseyville

Dear Friend Your card recieved with thanks. I expected to be after posts next week. All though the summer has been hot and dry my potatoes of 32 acers promises a good yield. We have just got usual mail delivery in this vacinity Some snow is this first gathering so this will be the first card in the bag. I must say in finishing dont play too many dominoes. I remain as ever your friend. Milton. Jerseyville. Ont.

Aug 31 Jerseyville Aug 31 1911

Dear Sir I can got the team some day next week. So. Till get you post as soon as possible. Yours Truly. M Dyment.

Sept 10 Sept 9 I drew W. Book 89 Posts and received $13.00 in full.

" 10 Sept 9 I drew Noah 84 Posts.

" 10 Sept 9 Recieved $2.00 in full for wood from Mr R Telford which he got out of the swamp.

Jerseyville Sept 19 1911

Mr Alderson

Dear Sir Please leave in Hamilton some pace A 22 for my potato Digger, as soon as possible and drop a card. Yours Truly M Dyment

William B. Vansickle address 133 Bold St.

Jerseyville Sept 25 1911

Dear Sir As we are about ready to handle potatoes I Would like to have those bags, about 140 in number I think you have of ours. Yours Truly. M Dyment.

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