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She desires me to give her regards to you.
The first of next week I will send you
the money for board and my life insurance.

I will go out to Bedford City and Bedford
Spring's  Friday and Saturday and be here for whatever services I may be able to render next Sunday.  Mrs. Thompson contemplates a trip to Georgia. I think she leaves this Thursday.

I enclose a letter from Bro. Robertson. 
You can see it required a great effort
on his part to write the same.

I hope you are feeling quite
well, also, the baby. Give
my regards to all at house.

Kiss the baby for me and tell
her to kiss you many times for
me. I miss you and Ethel so 
much and will be glad, when 
the time comes for me to come home.
However I shall push the work on.
Your own

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