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says she will leave Billings on the 23rd
of July. I think therefor as your school
begins again on Aug 2nd that you had
better come home to arrive [to arrive underlined] either Sat
or Sunday morning the 24th or 25th inst.

Ask Mr. Fisher to arrange for you to
leave the Camp to come home so as to
arrive here either Sat morning the 24th
or Sunday morning the 25th. Be sure to
write and tell me which day you will
arrive, so that one of us can meet you.

Mother is having a very swell time in
Billings but the weather in the day is
very hot. 108° in the shade. What do you
think of that? [sentence underlined] I hope your shoes and
the mosquito netting arrived safely.

Nor & Les are at the boat house, or I
am sure they would send their love to you.
I do anyway. Les says that
Dick's camp is liable to be done away
with any day, as the work is nearly
finished, and that it would not surprise
him to see Dick come home at any
time. Goodbye old boy

Your loving old Dad
H L A Bates

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