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I have been so very miserable, part of the time, but feel fine as silk this morning. So that's good tidings! [Mr. S. thot?], a long quiet drive yesterday p.m. would do me good. We went out at 4 p.m. after it began to get cool and drove till nearly dark, slowly, and how I enjoyed it! Came home and had a lunch. Then went to bed & slept for hours without waking. I needed the sleep, too.

Mrs. [Falory?], is still "visiting" with us and takes, [entire?], care of Margaret now, even puts her to sleep at night. They both stay outdoors most of every day which is fine for both of them. [Babe?], looks so, [cunning?], in her overalls. If Mr. S. has the cash to-day at noon, will enclose pay for them and a few little things if you want to get them and bring out when you come. He was going to send insurance dues today and every month. There is something to take every cent and then some. Isn't it "awful"? Had a letter from home, [second?].

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Maria the Elder

May be "Mrs. Falvey"