New Corydon, Ind. 1928?
Mrs. Clarence Stuber
R.R. # 5
Monday morn I'm not washing we went to Dr. last eve. She said it was my stomach liver and kidneys. I had 2 degrees of fever I'm not feeling any better this morn. Galen went on his route. Fenning's gave me some stuff that takes out spots I tried one it took it out. Kids are all right.
This postcard, part of the collection of my paternal great-aunt and uncle, Clarence and Vera (HALEY) STUBER, was sent to Vera by her sister, Mary (HALEY) MILLER. Apparently, Mary was quite sick. This prohibition era postcard is humorous.