Somewhere in France, 6/13/1918

June 13th 1918

Dear sister and Pa:

I really do not know what to write about as I told you every bit of news of interest in my last few letters.  It is almost time for bed as tomorrow we expect to be busy hiking for about ten miles.  As yet I have not received any mail but expect to get some within a day or so.  Cigarettes tobacco and candy are very scarce as I doubt if any tobacco can be gotten in France.  The weather is still continuing to behave good wish helps us as their isn’t very much pleasure in drilling in rain.

Must close now will write you again tomorrow, I am.

Your Brother

Joe

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