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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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there was 70cts freight on the bags you sent us. I ordered car for Monday morning and expect to of gotten it out Tuesday night, but it did not come untill thursday morning, then I expected to have it sent down Friday night, but My Brother went away Friday and didnt get much help. I am sorry to have disapointed you. Bags in haste. I remain Yours Truly. M Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

Nov 9 Nov 7 Recieved $2.50 in full for wood 1/2 cord for church from R R Block. Which he recieved a year ago.

Nov 9 Nov 7. Paid R Black 66cts in full for 12 suagr sack and 6 Bags.

Nov 9 Nov 7 Recieved $1.35 in full for wood from Mr Peterkin and Noah recieved 25cts from him for drawing it this day.

" 10 Paid Vansickle $1.20 in full for butter

" 10 Nov 7 Paid Noah $5.00 in full for Potatoes R Brown got Nov 4th

Jerseyville Nov 9 1911

Dear Sirs Recieved your letter of the 7th containing check $399.00 as payment in full for car of potatoes Big 4. 7547 and 70cts frieght on the Bags. We have about all the potatoes promised We are to sell at the present time, not knowing what kind of weather we wil have to open pits, We have a car load in the cellar to sell after we quit the pits and will likely give you prices. Yours Truly. M Dyment. Jerseyville. Nov 9. 1911

Mr C Barrett Toronto

Dear Sir Your letter recieved. We have all the potatoes sold we care to promise, not knowing what the weather will be like to open pits. We have a car load in cellar to offer later. Yours Truly. M Dyment.

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