Here is my transcription of the postcard:
--------------- Slovak text ---------------
Nemso, januar 12, 1915
Noveho zde neni nic,
zima zadna, porad len prsi,
blata by sa clovek utopil
Pis me co tam noviny pisu
jak trufa to jak to vipadne
s tou valkou
zde zase rukuji regruti
zde vsecko je moc drahe
srdecne te pozdravuji a libam
i celou rodinu
Prajem vam vsecko dobre
-------English Translation -----------------
Nemso (now Nemsova), january 12, 1915
There's nothing new here,
no winter, raining only,
very much mud.
Write to me what is in the
your newspapers about the war.
Here are new soldiers recruited .
Everything is very expensive here.
A am greeting you and your family.
I am wishing you the best.
Nemsova is a village in Slovakia, in the district of Trencin.
According to phone book, there is still at least one Suchma
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 12:46 AM
Subject: [SLOVAK-ROOTS] SUCHMA Post Card
> Can anyone interpret the text of this post card which was sent by a
> Karel Suchma to an Emilie Suchma in Clear Water, Minnesota, USA.
> I have long searched for the identity of a mystery female relative in
> Clear Water. I hope this card may help to solve the mystery. Any and
> all help is very much appreciated. thank you.