Martinez, Jan. 17, 1908Darling Helen,I suppose you pony is at Daggett ere this & you are on him jumping & dodging larrea bushes. Tom shipped him 2 days ago without saying a word to me If you find all right I'll be glad, for he was in a sad way here for want of exercise.Your fence is almost finished. It looks fine Probably the gates will be hung tomorrow if rain allowsKeep warm a single chill may make all our pains of no effect.Ever your lov[er?]J.M.
1908 Jan 17
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