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the present of a mule. I also send you three pictures taken on the ranch, thinking you might like them.

By the way you have not told me the price of the rifle or do you want me to turn it over to you when you come out. I have rented the little ranch where we were working last year. When I get things in shape will commence & dig a little. I will report progress and send you photographs of the work. By the way send me one of the photos of my girl. All that I took of her since you were here, turned out badly. Will write again in a couple of weeks. My kindest regards to Mrs. Pepper and the same for yourself- I remain

Yours very sincerely
John H. Cobbs
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