Dear Aunt Edie:--
I rec'd your letter yesterday and of course I was glad to get it. You must have been thinking of me at the same time I was of you. Some one sent our name in to Straus Bros. and they have sent us a couple of land books. For want of any thing else to do, I
You can send my letters to Mrs. Kilbury if you wish--I didn't have a card nor a one cent stamp even, and the mailman slips by so often without my seeing him.
I am truly sorry that Morris doesn't write to his mother occasionally any way, but its of
Mr. Kib must be a friend. He writes every now and then if any one writes to him or not.
Well I must quit. You don't need to consider this a letter. I simply didn't have a card.
I am ironing today. Frank and Morris went to town with wheat. Frank seems as well as ever.
Morris laughed when he saw his writing. Frank was quite interested too.