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Mr. Abe Craddock's next door neighbor & good friend went in some days ago, and Mrs. Craddock told her she didn't think it well to take the matter up with him, he is certainly not opposing it and we won't be satisfied with that. I do not know where to reach Miss Davis in order to answer her message, so am telling you. I saw from the News that Mr. W. E. Addison had gone to Richmond a few days ago and imagined what he had gone for. I also see that Mr. Strode is to address the Progressive Democrats there today. Mr. [illegible] Goodman, attorney, has also written to the four from this locality-he is an influential alumnus of U.Va. Your letters keeping me in touch are eagerly received. With sincere regards, Yrs "in the cause" Alice J. Kyle
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Mr. Abe Craddock's next door neighbor & good friend went in some days ago, and Mrs. Craddock told her she didn't think it well to take the matter up with him, he is certainly not opposing it and we won't be satisfied with that. I do not know where to reach Miss Davis in order to answer her message, so am telling you. I saw from the News that Mr. W. E. Addison had gone to Richmond a few days ago and imagined what he had gone for. I also see that Mr. Strode is to address the Progressive Democrats there today. Mr. Leon Goodman, attorney, has also written to the four from this locality-he is an influential alumnus of U.Va. Your letters keeping me in touch are eagerly received. With sincere regards,  
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Yrs "in the cause"  
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Alice J. Kyle

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Mr. Abe Craddock's next door neighbor & good friend went in some days ago, and Mrs. Craddock told her she didn't think it well to take the matter up with him, he is certainly not opposing it and we won't be satisfied with that. I do not know where to reach Miss Davis in order to answer her message, so am telling you. I saw from the News that Mr. W. E. Addison had gone to Richmond a few days ago and imagined what he had gone for. I also see that Mr. Strode is to address the Progressive Democrats there today. Mr. Leon Goodman, attorney, has also written to the four from this locality-he is an influential alumnus of U.Va. Your letters keeping me in touch are eagerly received. With sincere regards, Yrs "in the cause" Alice J. Kyle