The following passage describes some events Isaac and Margaret experienced on one of their trips to California.
Thursday March 11th 1912 Hotel Martin fine Sunny day we arose 7-40 both well & took breakfast at Cafatera 30c for both I tok a walk & bot a bottle of Warners Safe Cure for Kidney truble pd 1,23 got a wrong bottle & had to go back I took another walk & went to Union Natl Bank & drew $40 to pay for reservations plus $5 bot a paper pd 5c we took dinner in Cafatera pd 92c I borrowed a spoon of our landlord to take warners S C & later I bot a spoon & returned the borrowd spoon we are fixt for Reservation I went to Santafe Depot & paid a rr clerk $35,10 & got lower berth 6 on car 1 for LA the eve of 31 inst & leave LA at 10 AM Apr 1st in Compartment S Car 32 for Ioa via KC we took Supper in Cafatera Pd 65c & to bed at 9 in eve
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