-2-where we saw her last.Mr. and Mrs. Westlake are still at the Sanitarium in Oakland. Mr. Westlake seems a little better just now, but there is no hope and he is slowly growing weaker every day.The weather here is beautiful now, but winter will soon be here. The grapes are at their best and every one is busy shipping them. A good many are sent from Muir Station every day.-3-Wanda is hard at work at college, and I with High School. We had a delightful visit with the Merriams two weeks ago, but they only stayed one day. The Docter had some beautiful pictures which he showed us. The [Gannetts?] returned from the Philippianes about three weeks ago, and hurried home to Washington so we did not see them.Dr. Merriam said Dr. [Gannett?] was much pleased with the Philippiane Islands.
1903 Oct 7
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