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Milton Dyment Diary, 1907-1911


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1911 Nov 25 Nove 24 Game Mable & Elliott 12 Bags of potatoes.

" 25 Nov 24 Rob & I drew a load of potatoes to Hamilton.

" 25 Nov 25 Rob & I put 200 bags of potatoes in Mr Siddles cellar on burgham st. South for $1.15 per bag and recieved payment in full

" 25 Nov 25 Gave Rob Jamison $1.00 on the weeks work.

" 25 Nov 24 Ross paid Vansickle for Mables butter.

" 25 Nov 25 Paid Noah in full for his half interest in car potatoes We loaded Nov 25.

Nov 25 Recieved Payment in full from Noah for help through out the summer.

Nov 25 Paid Noah in full for helped through the full

Nov 25 Nov 25 Paid Noah $9.50 in full for the help Ross gave me This fall 26 days

Nov 25 Recieved from Noah $72 dollars in full interest on the

Nov 25 Nov 25 $1200.00 note I have agaisnt him this paying the interest to the 28th of Dec 1912

Nov 25 Nov 25 Settled with Noah to date he owes me now $2.00 not & interest & $1,200.00 note and some comission in selling C & F stock

Nov 28 Nov Paid Mr Ervin 10cts in full for repairing fork.

Dec 1 Dec 1 Recieved 50cts in full for load of potatoes A Vansickle got Nov 30

" 1 Dec 1 Recieved $18,65 in full from W Book for posts.

" 1 Dec 1 Paid Rob Jamison $6.75 in full for work to Date

Jerseyville Dec 1 1911

Dear Sir Your Letter of the 28th recieved. There has been a lot of turnips loadedhere, a great many car loads of fine stock has gone out this season, but I beleave They are getting scarce now. I could of loaded some for you had you wanted some sometime ago, But I dont know just where I could get any now. However if I find a quantity I will drop a line. Yours Truly. M Dyment. Jerseyville. Ont.

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