Camp Mills, N.Y. Sept., 9th., 1917. My dear Tessie:- The box containing the candy and the pajamas arrived yesterday afternoon O.K. I was moore pleased to get the candy and must express my thanks for it. We went right to work on it and now only a very little portion of it is left. The pajamas came in fine and none too soon for we are getting very chilly nights and they are made worse by the dampness of the atmosphere. It has been raining for the past day and a half but to-day is a fine day, sun shining and judt a gentle breeze blowing. It's truly a bully fine September day, but from the cold weather last night I would have thought that it was snowing.