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road he said he had telegraphed to St. Paul and he had received the answer that the tickets were on the way and would come two hours ahead of the train the men were to take.

The men were all ready to step on the train when we heard [[?]]again.  When the first train didn't bring the tickets the ticket agent said he was sure they would come on the last train.  I brought the men home with me again and tomorrow we are going to try it again.

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Father, enjoyed your letter very much I went up to read it to him.  Wa-je-ha says for one to tell you he feels hurt because you don't even mention his name in your letters.  He was very much pleased with what he heard of your letter too.  Ma-a-ga-he is going to talk against self government so White Horse tells me.  He is not much force so [[?]] guess it won't matter.

A Presbyterian church is to be organized some time next in town next[[?]] town and I want to join
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