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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his father, January 11, 1907, page 2


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MACMASTER & MACMASTER MINING STOCK BROKERS P.O.BOX 1063 GOLDFIELD, NEV. - 2 - At said he would write and tell me all about it as soon as it went off. I have heard nothing from him and am wondering if there is anything wrong. It may be I hurt his feelings. He knows darned well he could expect something of that kind from me. You will have to give Injun my share of those Red BellFlowers. I remember eating those apples when I was no bigger than Reba if not as old. We kids used to pound them on the top of those old yellow chairs to mellow them. We get some nice California yellow Bellflowers here in the office nearly every day but I will never get an apple that was as good to me as those red ones. Saw John at dinner this evening. He is O. K. Well I will quit for this time and try to have a little the next time. Earle I would like to see the kid take his degrees. I am anxious to know how he finishes. He had better get in a good supply of Hoof oil. Earle