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Same old Bill, eh Mable!

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Author: Edward Streeter
Language: English
Wordcount: 26,764 / 74 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 83.3
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 576
Added to site: 2005.05.07
mnybks.net#: 10295
Origin: gutenberg.org
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tiresome those broken-winded fellos must be. Id go around with them tho once in a while in case they should ask you. Democratic. Thats me all over, Mable. Its the only thing your father an me has got in common. Besides it will make it seem all the better when I get home.

Yours in spite of these things Bill

Dere Mable:

I guess your last letter must have been sensored to death cause I never got it. I been over here three weeks now an the only letter I got was a bill for some flowers I sent you a year ago. That fello would make more money as a detective then a flowerist. I bet hed have found Charlie Ross if Charlied owed him any money. I expect to be sittin propped up agenst the wall some day in the Old Soldiers Home an about six postmen will come staggerin in the gate with my mail. Keep on ritin tho. I can always turn it over to some historical society.

Saturday an Sunday was the end of the week so the Captin let a few of us go in to a big town near here to take a

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Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2013.09.02
Henry L. Ratliff
*****

Humor / War / Correspondence


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  • Letters from the WWI front.

  • Bill means to be informative in his letters home.

  • Bill has a way of making most dire circumstances; casual or humorous.



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