January 16, 1905
To: Ira & Adelaide Randall
From: Inez Eaton, Volina, MI
A quick update on her baby whom they have named Clifford.
Jan 16, 1905
Dear Pa and Ma
I have just written Uncle Glenns folks so now I will write to you. Baby stays just about the same and it keeps me bobbing some to keep my work up and care for him. He has got so he laughs and tries to talk to us but he will act cuter for Aunt Lucinda than for any of the rest of us and I believe he likes her better. It pleases her awfully to think so any how. Jay has named the baby Clifford. He didnt think Keith Eaton sounded good together but said I could do so as I liked about it so I thought I would name our next one that and let him do as he pleases with this one. He weighs thirteen pounds
Annie Gray was here yesterday and spent the day. She said to send you her best respects. She liked both of you so well. Mrs Caswell is real sick in Boise. The doctors have given up all hopes of her recovery.
I dont remember whether I told you Aunt Weller sent baby an awful sweet little white cashmere jacket or not. She sent me a pretty little cushion.
Does Mrs McGarry live with Harry or not. Write and tell us all about it for we are anxious to know. Mr. Churchill is real sick with appendicitis and Mr Shaw has the grip so bad that he is crazy as can be. I will send Legion Policy.
Jay is waiting for this so I will close for now. We are all well and hope you are. Answer soon.
Lots of love
 Her father and stepmother, Ira & Adelaide (Beach) Randall
 Her maternal uncle, Glenn & Willie (Shores) Keith
 Clifford Eaton, who was born November 23, 1904
 Her husband, Jay Eaton