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September 30, 1916 My dear Mrs. Lewis; - Your telegram received and i have sent the literature to you in lynchburg for the Fair, and also a package to you in Mrs. Hunter's care at Appomattox and hope both will reach you all right. I am in just a peck of trouble to_day and feel that our schedule is terrible broken up. Mrs. Scott writes that the auditorium at Burkeville is not finished and that there is no way of lighting it so she will have to call that meeting off for Monday night. Why she did not know this when she wrote saying that she would be delighted to have you and would attend to all the arrangements, i cannot imagine. We have never been able to get a word from Mrs. Bailey at Keysville so will have to call that off too. Chase city is too far away when Burkeville and Keysville are out the running, so that leaves us with Drakes Branch on the 6th, Charlotte C.H. on the 7th, in the both of which places arrangements are being made all right by local suffragists.