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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his mother, Feb. 26, 1908, page 4

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Now you don't need to worry about me going to Alaska. That was all forgotten by the next morning.So you have decided to fix the barn over. Well I won't know the old place when I get back.Yes the candy I got was from Priggs. You seem to be pretty much interested there for some reason or other.I received a bunch of papers day before yesterday and the bunch you sent on the 22nd will be put up here a little later this afternoon. I sent you some papers yesterday and you will see in one of them about the Apex suit against the Jumbo Ex. Co. on which the Mohawk Ledge is a leaser. Expect it is all over with that company now.Well I will stop again and not seal my letter until after dinner.Well dinner is over. We had canned roast beef, baked spuds & gravy. There is a warm South wind blowing tonight.Say I could send some dandy pictures in to the Star if they wanted them. Better pictures than the one of the bottle house.We are all O.K. here. Hope the scare is over there and that none of you have been exposed. I want you to let me know if any of you get sick. The way trains are running now expect it would take at least 7 days to get home. Everything is blocked in the Mountains with snow.Don't you worry about me for I am feeling dandy. think I will soon be at work.Earle

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