Flea Market Love Letters
October 10, 1912.
I just got thru working and must soon go to bed. I had such an awful headache after supper that I had to take two big doses of Bromo and now I am afraid I can’t go to sleep and I need to very much.
Last night I went up to the court house and heard Hon. Hammond and now I am a fully Convinced Democrat? (Maybe)
He sure can use that pronoun I. And the only party that can and will, or wants to do any thing is the Democratic party.
Dear Girlie how are you? I have not heard and I have and still am worrying about you so. Oh how I hope you are better, and oh how much I wish I was there to see, and take care of you.
My own I must roll in now.
Dear one be oh so careful of your dear self, for you are everything to me, my all.
Oh how I wish you were here and I could hold you in my arms, and give you all these kisses I am sending and you know how many this old softy Boykins of yours usually gives.
Goodnight Dear Sweetheart, with my whole heart + Soul full of love for you, I am your lonely Boykins Geo.
Goodnight my All.