C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Dec. 7, 1907, page 2
2 As fast as trouble is concerned, the miners will never start any trouble with this young army here. Jeff intends to go down to Los Angeles the first and I guess Hurry will be good for his job as long as he wants it. The devil only knows where I will go. I think I will be here until the first and then if things don't pick up I may go to Los Angeles. In regards to Myrta. I have not got a peep at her her. The next day after she came they were up in my part of town but did not know I was at home. Guessed if I get to see here I will have to go over. Am pretty anxious to get a whack at that jelly. It was pretty windy & dustry the day she landed. It had been nice every day up until then. Last night it sprinkled rain. The first for months. It is nice today though. Don't look like there was going to be any winter in Goldfield this trip. Last year the bad weather commenced earley & stayed all winter & it was bad too. Say the Groceryman just came with our Groceries. Some appled in the bunch & I am eating one for you while I write. Hope dady's cold is O.K. by this time. Was sorry to hear of [Pem's?] troubles. Say you tell Dady or [P?]em or some of you to go to Milt & to get the cure that
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