[Wanda Muir Eanna]
gaze at myself in the c[illegible]bly sort of mirror I had.In a day or two Im going to send you a shirt for Tom, and those books. And in return for the shirt please send me my blue & white crepe [diacritic] one (like Tom's that you dont like" and a good-looking white one I have - you'll find both in the drawers in my closet. Send them soon, if you can - also the tan stockings and night gowns, for this hot weather I need more. The other things I wanted are not so urgent. Just roll up these few by Express. Im sticking to my chair so guess it's time to move.Lovingly Helen[in margin: P.S. got a very cheerful letter from Papa yesterday - is well & having fine time at Sante K[illegible] Lake. Expected to stay another week there.][letterhead]in my face - not where I wanted it at all. And later while I was eating my solitary supper, Mr Boggs came by and just as he whistled my "Hello" - Buel poured half a pail of water on my unsuspecting head.I had a postal from Barney last week. His brother in Mo. is dead and he was on his way there - Maysville, Mo. I just missed seeing him too, for the day before he went thro' here Mary and I were in Barstow, That reminds me, Carrie wrote me about three weeks ago that Cousin Jim06252
[1908 ?] Jul 12
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