My Dear S.
I have not yet heard directly from you although I see by the papers that you have passed through Chicago. You are getting quite noted to have your route marked by newspapers. It will soon be “Mrs. Robinson & her husband”, “ the husband of Mrs. Robinson” etc. What can I do to keep even with you?
The prisoners are not yet released & have not been well treated. The Gov. is windy & occasionally very flat. He thinks he is awful smart & is getting ridiculous fast. The Mos. are coming in in large numbers to vote. We shall not vote. Mr Higginson is here with a party. He preached Sunday –first rate.
I should love very much to see you in our own home if we had one. When will this turmoil cease & we have quiet again?
In haste & love C.
[written on edge of page:] Love to all friends. Mr. Deitzler & I had a
friendly meeting today