Petrolia, March 31st 1911. Dear Ella and Celore, We arrived here alright. Last night was in at Uncle Willis three days. We stayed at Ellas last night. I went up to our house and port at going on and found everything just as we left it. Write to us as soon as you get this and tell us how you are getting along. You loving father, G. R. Monteal P.S. Sold a $1000 worth of ? at Plantsville
Brigden, Ontario. Arrived here fine about 11 o'clock all OK. Uncle a looking we expect to start to Toronto Monday. Going to the river tomorrow if don't rain. Will send another card soon. Cassie. Our house is up the way. I marked).
October 8th 1908. Dear Elizabeth, I have too long in answering your card. I have looked and looked for a letter form you but in vain. Well I have sad news for you. Uncle Duncan Gillies dropped dead yesterday and is to be buried tomorrow at 1.30pm. I hope you are well. Bye bye. Sarah.
Dear Uncle F, We did not have so much rain as you yesterday, am glad old tap comes to pay you a few visits, wish Frisby would do the same. Hope you are better, also Uncles H and A are well. Shall see you on Monday if all is well. Love from all to all, Day
I expect you will have seen ? now and she has told you all about me. Mrs Stewart went to Detroit today and aunt Annie wants me to stay until she returns as they are lonely and auntie has a bad cold. Write me and let me know what to do. When does Lottie intend coming? Tell her and Dorothy to write me a long letter about everything. I am anxious about those donkeys and chickens. How are Earn and Rose? Let me know about Rola. Had a letter from S written before he had the ? of uncle Harry. He is well. F. M. N.
March 29th, 1910. Dear aunt Bessie, Just a few lines to let you know I will be at your place on Saturday. Will get into Wyoming on the two o'clock train. Hope you are all well. Uncle Wesley sprained his ankle yesterday. The horse stepped on it. The rest are well. Ella.
Dear sister, Ma is sick a bed with grief. If she is better I will leave on Monday as I had planned but if not I will not leave her until she is well. Uncle John is spending a few days with us. Lovingly Von.