Pte. Chas Hornibrook 3106794
Canadian. Reserve. Cyclists
April 17th 1918
Just a few lines to let you now that I’m well hopping this will find yous all the same.
Well Gladys this is April and I haven’t had any word from home yet I had a letter from Sideny Hine he sent it to John, and John sent it to me, he wanted me to go and work for him. I onely wish I could, I have mooved twice cense I rote to you and I’m sending you my adress, but any place I have been, they send my male on so I will be sure to git my male I have had too letters from John and three from Sundridge but I havent had any from home yet
Well Gladys how is every body around home, what is Earnest doing now I havent had any word from him yet, did yous make much mapel syrup this spring, did your father do any fishing this spring and how did he make out
O say I meet Wes Flemens and Burt Hill and R. Pinkerton and Abel Murrick over here I was sertenly glad too see them, well there is tot much to rite so I mus close for this time hopping to here from you soon.
With love to all.
Rite soon and often and give me all the news
Pte. C. Hornibrook 3106794
Canadian Reserve Cyclists