Receipt from W.A. Williams to M.A. Morris, Deputy Sheriff of Montague County for $6.40 for costs in the case no. 72 Sanger Bros. vs. Lee N. Perkins and $8.15 for costs in case no. 73 Eppstine Bros. vs. Lee N. Perkins and S.F. Manes.
She was glad to hear that they are doing well. They are still having dry weather and are concerned about its affects on the wheat. They went fishing and the strawberries improved with the rain. They sold 6 buckets of strawberries and canned 3, Dinky canned 2 raspberries. She mentions that the Moore's had a hard time with their chickens and she has had some problems also. Alice and Willie are in Sunday school, but don't start the free school until August. Laura Doris' baby died. She wants her to write soon and is planning on taking her butter to town.
Envelope addressed to Mr. C. B. Moore, Box 18, McKinney, Collin County, Texas. A note in the lower left corner reads, "H. S. Moore, recd. March 8, 1870." The envelope has been cut in the upper right hand corner to remove the stamp.
Letter from Helen Duncan to Charles B. Moore declining to consider marriage with him because he is an old bachelor. The letter sends news of the family and includes a "warning" story about another old bachelor who married a widow.
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