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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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Jerxeyville Sept 25 1911

Dear Cousin I would like to have those 42 potato bags which you got last spring. We expect to handle some potatoes soon. Yours Truly. Mr Dyment Jerseyville Sept 25 1911

Mr Alderson {illegible}

Dear Sir I wrote to you sometime ago, stating I wanted A22 for my potato digger, and havent heard from you. I have been heeding it. Please write at once and let me know where to go for this peice A22. Yours Truly. M Dyment

1911 Sept 25 Sept 25 Paid Mr Ervin 25 cts in full for work

Sept 25 Sept 29 Got notes renewed I had against E Vansickle just note 121. Sept 29 1911 at 7ct per {illegible} $121.25 renewed note $100 march 26 1907 to Sept 29 1911 = 131.50 posts $3.40 due all toll = $296.13. I recieved a $2.46 note for a year, and a fifty Dollar note for three months as settlement

Sept 30 Paid Wesley Morris $150 in full for work

Sept 30 Jerseyville Sept 30 1911

Mr Javity. Guelph

Dear Sir I generally Plant thirty acres of potatoes each spring, and this year my potatoes got frozen, before the potatoes had come to maturity. What would you advise me to do. would seed from this years crop be fit for planting. I spray for Blight. Yours Truly Milton Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

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