July 1st, 1917
Received by:James Padgett.
I am here, your own true and loving Helen.
Well dear, you are a little tired and I must not write much. The spirit who wrote you was at the home of his son, (Mr. Fontaine) as he says, for as you know I was there and I saw him there. He came home with you and I told him to write, for I knew that he was very anxious.
He is a very bright spirit and has much of the love in his soul and is anxious that his wife and children should believe what he wrote. What a privilege they have in having such a father to be with them, and give them the influence of his love. If mortals could only understand the great fortune of having a dear one in the spirit land who has the amount of love in his soul that the spirit who wrote you has.
Your own true and loving