time, in summer.Mr Van Dyke's brother is expected today or tomorrow. They dont know how long he will stay. That sick man who has been staying here is going to Denver in a few days. He hates the desert and its climate so fears he isnt getting well.The Van Dykes and Funks are well and keep inquiring when you are coming. The baby said last week "I wishthere is never any kind of chill these days. As for going away somewhere, I think I had better stay here. I dont mind the heat ever, but feel perfectly well, and as Im doing so well think Ied better stick it out. I think the worst heat is past now anyway But if you found it too hot you could go to Pasadena.I eat well and have gained back the few pounds I lost inthe hottest days - weigh more now than I have for a long
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