W7723 TO [REV.] CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Isaac Clark
Feb 19 1908
To: Calvin McQuesten Toronto, Ontario
From: Milden, Saskatchewan
Mr. Calvin McQuesten,
Dear Sir I now take the plesure1 of writing you a fiew lines to let you know we are all well and hoping you are the same. I got your verry welcom letter about three weeks ago and was glad to hear from you. when are you coming out in the spring and where are you coming to if you will keep me posted on when you are coming out hear I will try and meet you. Are you going to bring much stuff with you. I will send you the rest of the money as soon as possible I hav not been able to sell my pigs yet. Nigger2 is looking fine we drive him in the cutter or [?] with a nother hors. Tom has baught a nother horse he is a saddle horse to but he is not as good as that fine black fellow that we call Nigger he is the lord of the yard. Well I guess this is all this time so good bye [?].
Ike [Isaac Clark]
1 This letter was written with many errors in spelling and punctuation.
2 For more information on "Nigger," see W7657.