W. M. Doyle, Prop.
Miss Allene S. Kelley,
The old cold has gone, dear, and everything's fine again and tomorrow I'm going to try and have that picture taken for you.
Two days have gone by and I've not received even so much as a postal from my girlie and I'm beginning to wonder if she's met with some accident. If I fail to hear from her tomorrow I'm going to gather up the late papers and see if I can find what hospital, or morgue, the victims were taken to.
Day after tomorrow, dear, we are going to Wells, so that will be the next address.
I'm not at all inspired today, so accept this excuse for a letter Allene dear, and I'll promise to do better--when I can.
March 29th, 1916