C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, September 6, 1908
LINCOLN DAVIS & COMPANY
P.O. BOX 334
GOLDFIELD STOCK AND EXCHANGE BOARD
CHICAGO MINING AND STOCK EXCHANGE
Au Sept. 6, 1908
Your No.10 of the 2nd received this evening. Well Mammy you will have a kick coming again this time. It has been four days now since I wrote. I was waiting for your letter though. I change back to Graveyard shift tonight. Go to work at 11 at night and get off at 7 in the morning. I will not work tomorrow night for I intend to take my birthday off even if I am hard up. Myrta is going to give me a birthday dinner. I have been over at the Florence mill today looking after that job. It is not sure by a long shot but I think I will get it. You seem to think by the wa way you write in this letter that I am out of Baby. Well I guess I forgot to tell youthe last time I got in. I got in at 9 1/2 cents a share and the stock has been selling around 5 and 6. I think I will be able to get out this week all right at a profit. Oh I never will learn so it is no use to tell me.
I would have liked to seen Billee that day he was dressed up. Say I meant those Calanders for the house at home. Not for K & J so don't you leave them there if dady did not bring them home, Youmake Bady bring them home.
Say before I forgetit I must tellyou about going to see the Ball Game here today. The Boston Bloomer Girls played. It is a team of girls from Boston that travel around over the country in thier own car. They have some pretty fair players but of course they always draw a big crowd just because they are girls playing ball.
Mammy I think it would be best for me to come home for a while and then come back here this winter if I can get a job. You know there is no job there at home for me and I am getting old enough that I feel like I ought to be getting settled on to some job that I can stay with a while. If Baby does well I may tear out of here for a while. Now I have ehough to take me out even if I do lose all that I have in.
Now wheneverI wrote you I was feeling well I certainly was, I have a little cold now but it is getting better. I am feeling good otherwise and soare all the rest here.
Hope you are all O.K. Will write you Tuesday and let you know all about the Glourious 7th.
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