A START IN BUSINESS
In very small print is: Copyrite 1906 by Woodward + Tiernan Printing Co St. Louis USA
The back of the card
Mailed on Mar 12 1908 from Brook????Minn
It was mailed to Miss Jennie Master 3614 5th Ave South Minneapolis Minn
Did you notice the small envelope on the front of the postcard?
It held a small slip of paper.
suppose you think we wer disapeared by this time since we haven’t written but we have been kind of busy for some time Have been at our new place two weeks now + I like it first rate, tho it was rather dirty when we came here. The owner of the place is going to have the house fixed some this spring it will be one muss all the time.
until it is ready, but think the place is all right after things once get straightened. Received the postcard you sent some time ago, well as I’ve no news will close with love from Ted and myself I remain your sister Clara Are going home Sunday if the roads are nice.
Thanks for stopping by.
Update from MJM:
The 1910 census shows Jenny Moster living at 3614 5th Ave South in Minneapolis. Jennie was 19 years old then and shown as niece to the head of household, Edward and Rose Goodrich. Although the name was indexed as Moster, it is most likely Mostu. Jennie Mostu was born 22 Aug 1890 to Ole and Mary Mostu. In 1895 the family was living in Madlia Village, Watonwan, MN. Father Ole A Mostu, mother Mary Mostu, and siblings Clara, Oscar, Rosa, Carl, Jennie, and Otto Mostu. Sibling Clara Mostu (1882-1958) married Theodore L Carlson (1881-1946). Sister Jennie Mostu (1890-1974) married Fay A Butts (1889-1959). The Mostu names have been indexed with several variations; Moster, Master, Mostu, Mastu.