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C. A. Earle Rinker letter to his family, Apr. 23, 1907, page 4

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4 They hunted for a couple of hours and two of them had got back to camp. I got sight of the camp about two mile away and could see that the wagon was hitched up. They spied me coming. Saw Mac shooting the shotgun in the air and could not imagine what was doing. Jack was still out in the hills and they were signalling for him to come in. Jack Rabbuits are great eating. They are not good now. The last few we got were no good. Did not get any trout up north. We were all anxious to get out of that country. I kept the wing from one sage hen we got up there. Say I want to give you something for Grandpa F. It is the greatest cold cure in the world. I carry a bottle with me all the time. It is oild of Euculyptus. Take about 4 to 6 drops inwardly and rub it on the throat and chest over the lungs. It goes right to the spot. It is a great kidney med. All the Gambling dealers and other that have to be on their feet a great deal use it. Am glad to know they are all kicking. I am going to K.P. Lodge here Thursday ight if I am still here. That must be a mistake about L.Shoemaker having a boy.



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