The girls tried to assume the airs of smokers, and puffed their kinnikinnick furiously.
In the woods the berries of the kinnikinnick grew red, and on the 181 lawn the mountain ash trees stood clothed in holiday attire.
Adam had risen early and decked every available spot with kinnikinnick until the room fairly glistened.
The search for kinnikinnick was not, however, her real reason for wishing to see Carver.
Afterward she found out that it was the kinnikinnick vine, and that the Indians used it to smoke in their pipes.
All one day Billy worked hard digging up young pine-trees, and Lucinda gathered a great quantity of kinnikinnick vines.
He packed a good supply of kippered salmon, and filled his pouch with kinnikinnick for smoking in his black stone pipe.
The Indians filled their pipes with kinnikinnick, or willow bark, and smoked.