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GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY MARCH. 3, 1904.
I BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE
Here are a few ligrqiiini for a short time ony.
No. 188 -280 acre alwut ten miles from (Iruntx Pas, 70 acre in
cultirntion. ubout 12 acre iu alfalfa. 100 acres fenced; Rood fnune ten
room (fuelling house, two large hams, carpenter and blacksmith whop,
fruit dryer and all necessary outbuildings; six acres of orchard, all va
rieties of fruit; good water right; a No. 1 sprint? that will afford all
water needed for house use. All land not in cultivation covered with
good timber. Trice i.i'AX). Improvements worth the amount tked.
No. HO acres three miles from city; good sized orchard; snail
barn End chicken house; living water; about 40 acres fenced: large
quantity of timber. I'rice iUtJUO.
Lots from 1 to 12. Work 02. Riverside Addition, ft it I to f 75 each.
Payment, $10 down, K per month. Title guaranteed.
Call on or address
Headquarters for IJeal Estate.
OlBce on E Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets,
GRANTS PASS, - - OREGON.
The HoselMi Bakenv
MISS ETHEL JOHNSON, Propr.
I LUNCHES SERVED
S 6th St. next
L. R WEBSTHK, I'hksiiiknt.
The Southern Oregon
Title Guaranty & Abstract Company
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
CERTIFICATES OF TITLE
TltlM lvvaiiilueil, 1 cm-!! ( 1111 run tfcil.
A. S. HAMMOND, Attokskv.
Grants Pass Banking & .Trust Co.
IAII CP CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts (lenerol Hanking business.
Receive deposit subject to check or on demand certificates.
Our customer are a-.ired uf courteous treatment and every oen.-ideration con
intent with sound banking principle.
fcafety deposit boxes for rent. J. I'UANK WATSON, Pre.
K. A. HOOT 11. Vice-l'res.
I.. 1 JKWK1.I.. ',ilii.-r.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
CAPITAL HTOCK, - - SflO.OUO 0().
Keeeive deposit! suliject to check or nn certificate enyuhle on ieiuau,l.
He 11b light draft on New York San KraucSeu, ami port. and.
Telegraphic transfer!) sold on all points in the ( uited Mutes.
Hpecial Attention siwu to Collections arid genornl husiees of our ni-limu rs.
Collections niacle throughout Southern Oregon, and on ail oowliiie points.
It. A. IK10TH. Pres.
v' , J ('. CaMPIiKI.I.. Vi e l'res.
11. I, lill.kKY. 1 B-lo.r
All work i "iTh-iIv liru ciu-' and
IIKKMNfi V IJI1. (ii-nn(H ln. Or.
Makes Good Permanent Koails
Gravel or RocK.
No roml can le mailo
Send for catalog.
ouiiaio f ltts
AT Al, HOURS )
W. U HAMMOND, Si-ciiktakv.
Blue Front Shop
South Sixth Street,
t t t
Cj ciioi al lilacksmitliin
Scientiflc Hcrseslioers I
Mining Tool Wtrkers
lasting witliout Steam
STILL ON DECK,
Full Meals 25:cnts
$3.00 per week.
Don't pay 40 or 50 cents
when you can get a better
meal for 25 cents at the Union
Remember the place next
to Hair-Riddle Hardware Co.
SIXTH STREET, B
GRANTS PASS, OREGON. 5
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I Prices of Dentistry
.3 Hist Rnbbu- Hates, Bestp
Teeth, full iijipir r lower sets, B
J loriuer m ii'e i 00. now Sio 00 n
"fj per set. (i','!d Cro-.vns, former t J
n pitee iio. now jj. go eacn.
I 1'I.itit.eid Crowns $2 50 tacit.
- Gold filliiiiis Si u) and up;
. Silver or Amal;.; mi filiitis 511C j
.j mid up Tlu nio.t (hlli.iil!
j cases Milit iud. U4
1A1.1. Work Guarantied j;
First Class. gj
A Remetnl'cr 'hat these pi ices H
vi only continue until Mav lit at t1
j Dr. J,ii!iins' lh.Mit.il Otlice $
(),rn House Wock,. k
! Grants l'ass, - Oregon
L. 6. HIGGINS
(lold, Silver, (.'opper, Lead, il each.
Cold and silver, i-l.
lUutglit and Kclintd fir Diutnl Trade.
Ki'.eh ninl every assay done willi the
idea that it tnav be cheeked.
JRFO'K. I). STKICKHR, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGI-OX.
Masonic Temple, Rooms 2 6c 4
' l'honc 633
ATTUltS K Y-A I'-I.A V,',
:'i m ! :i e.i in all State a;1 I Ked.-n-.l Cetir's
llllieeover First .NuviI..ll I ui k .
IliVNT I'a-, - Om:.'.IN,
II. II. IJAKTON,
I'llli tin:rnl l.f ll.l..-, fie,),.. Sil-
verwui'e ;in I Iry. A i I
l.-.-i rliM, :A ,,l l-.t,. an, I
i.'ln.TiPnt' Drui Store.
SWKETLANI) & CO.
FRKSII and SALT
Uf I A TO -
I N. I-. McGKLW,
! TRUCK and DKI.IVKRY
F nrnilure i.nd I'iano
M )-. in,'
CHANTS PASS, OREGON.
The popular barber thop
Get your totisoria! work done at
IK A TOMPKINS'
On Sixth Street Three chairs
I'.aiti rHni in renre tion
Pry lr' inch Heater ami Cok
Stove W'txel or 4 f()',t vvcod, if
desired, can he fc.nl
... ON SHORT NOTICE....
by leaving orders ft the Sti.ir
I'inc Store or the Itemaree
Music House or by at'.drosing
W. II. IIKATON.
Grants Pass, Ore.
f-iht hour law are i:ur,d by
tboe tirce's liitb- workers Dr.
Kiuk'b i'cw Life l'ilis. Millions are
always at work, nii.dit and day, eor
injr tudiit'-tion, tulousnesc, er.tet ija
li'.n, si' fc beadncb" an l a;l atonnch,
lirer and Uwi 1 trotiM. L.i-"',
' l. nsniit, s-.fn ur,'. Only i at J
Nauoi.at I'rtSj; 5:cru and Oraiits IWbi
BAPTIST CHURCH DEDICATION SERVICES
Of Rebuilt Church Building to Be Held Next Sunday, March
6,1904. Oiher Churches Will Assist.
The dedication of the new First
Buitit church of Grants Pass wilt be
held next Sunday, March 0, at which
time the following program will bo
carried ont :
Opening Authcui Choir
Invocation Rev. C. P. Sanderson
Scripture Heading Psiilm tifl . . .
Kev. O. W. Conuell
Selection by the Choir.
New Testament selection, Epli. 3
Rev. J. W. McDoogall
Pravor " Kev. L. W.
Riley, secretary Siato Convention
Selection by the choir.
S'rnion Rev. C. A. Woody,
1). D., gpnernl supeiinteiideut
of missions, Paetiic coast division
Dedicatory Prayer Pastor Leslie
Congratulatory words from each of til 3
city pastors present.
Treasurer's report Arthur Conk 1 in
Penedictioir Rev. V T. Ooulder
rillST UAPTIST CHURCH, GRANTS PASS.
Administration of Raptism.
Reading Scrijituro and prayer....
Dr. O. A. Woody
Selection by (lie choir.
Sermon Rev. L. W. Riley
Tin, former church building which
was erected iu lHHtf was burned in the
coullagratiou of July II, li)C3. Hince
iv koiikkt Lkslik. Tune, "AllVOm.'i
Shu; praise to God our RraelintR King ;
With reverent lipse;la, tribute bring;
ThoiiL'h thruiieil ull majesty nbovo,
11 is lecplre touch is matchless love.
Thick darkness sometimes veils His face.
And elmuls sin round His dwellin-plneo ;
lint 1'tiitli assured, hears "Peace ! lie still;"
Doth winds un,l Haines obey His will.
Up from the dust and ashes drear
Thy people lose; resolved to fear
Another house wherein to meet
For Work ; and Worship at Thy feet.
These courts unfinished though they lie,
We dedicate, () l.rd. to Tin".',
For Thy salvation full niul f ti-o,
1 by linished wolk on Calvary.
These coiiits unfinished will remain,
V iil"-s Thy Spirit come nejain
1 mpartiiie; Life nnd Lij-'ht and Iive,
To sinner- saved born from above.
lleieclotlie'l'hy Word with power to bless
Souls tliii -llnn for Thv lilprhteoiisncss!
I.et I jrry leans ! Spirit Illicit!
And ble.-sthe friends who helij unbuild! '
Mav pmyer and praise In Jesus' Niiiue
i'uii ,ui - ! -vol ion-heavenly llaiiie;
And piovc Thy t hnrch in work resumed,
The "Rush" still "burning" uniwnsiitnisl.
EUGENE LAD WINS PRIZE
Got F'rco Tiip to St Louib Fair
i.itll" Harold Wells, sou f,f Attorney
and Mrs. '.. V. Wi lls of EuRene, is
winner of the Saturday Kviiiiiik Post
ci. litest for a free trip to the St. Louis
Pair ii, xt summer.
The contest bejiali ou Nnvcmlier 7,
I'.I M, and cniled January ill, l'.Ki4. Lit
tle Ii.irold has many frienils in Ka
eeiie, v.ho wi n- aniioas to havu him
w ,n belli f ,r the honor ot tho lad and
the udvettis. meat it would (;ive to
Ku, ue. Luring the contest, Harold
sold i'.'T.i Posts, bis next nearest eom
petilor l ein! Stallin i ker of Hamburg,
P.t., with Hi:':;, tbo u;xt harp, of
LI, Iridic, Md., with hJ-'i, and foortli,
Riekhart of Warsaw, Ind., with 41TS.
The rontest was limited to towns of
le.ei than 77ki populstion, and b una
with over .") boys in the race.
T!i trip is worth at least J'si, as
it provides for railway transiortatlou
to aud from St. Louis, for the boy and
his father or mother or a friend, aud
all expenses of the lw4 for tin week
w hilu at the fair.
In addition to this hig prize, Harold
also wou smaller prizes during the
content, includitiK 4-'U in rash, a gold
watch, tdlver watch aud 1 sweaters.
If troobbd with we.k diKesMon,
Ix '.cbinu or sour stoiuau h, ne Cbsm-
lsrlaiu's StuuiH'l, and Lirer Tab
lets am yoo will ftet iiaick relief.
Por sale by all (iruKKl.tn.
that time the pastor, Rev. Robert
Leslie aud the members of the church
and congregation have worked faith
fully iu thoir efforts to rebuild, and
the beautiful modern structure occu
pying the Bight of the old building is
a fitting memorial of their devotion to
The church baildiug is modern in
style of architecture aud built at a
cost of about 42(X). The main audi
torium is 36x3(1 feet, the outside en
trance being iu one corner and the
pulpit in the opposite comer. Open
ing from this room is the prayer
meeting room, 2Cx40 feet, the greater
part of which, when the sliding doors
are opened, is in full view of the pul
pit and when tho church is orowded
cnu be used to greatly increase the
seating capacity. Back of tho pulpit
is the bapistry, which will be screen
ed by curtains when not in uso.
Opening into the main auditorium by
a side door is a class room, lOxlfl feet.
Iu the tower which is 1'! feet
square, is located the stuly, whit h
will also bo used as a class room. The
basement will be fitted up with par-
lots 2flx4li feet for social events, a
kitchen 10x1(1, toilet and wood rooms
will also bo located In the basemeut.
Tho church has just issued a neat
illustrated souvenir giving a list of
tho contributors and the treasurer's
statement, which showed tho oost of
building to date 10 and the
amount needed to complute tltti build
Rev. Robert Loslie his been pastor
of the church since lH'jy and lias
beeu untiring iu his efforts iu behalf
of tho church and it is through his
uncoasiug toil in a great measure,
that the beautiful church has beeu
FOOTS CREEK WAS FULL
Machinery in Pla.ce sit the Blf
Tim F(Kit creek correspnuilent to
tho Gold Hill News, rusirta Foots
creek full to the brim, almost danger
ous. Uu Monday the 16th, the big
Cbamplin dam sprung a leak ami iu
( an hour about UOfeet was washed out,
h aving the timbers standing, lly
throwing iu brash and sacks of ilirt,
the men suceoeciMl in eliecklng the
: break, so uo groat amount of damage
. was done.
I The big dredga will sisin be finish
, ed, as the mammoth machinery is
, now about all in place and machinery
house completed. Hooo the mounter
wheels will turn. It Is certainly a
, monster iu strength sud weight. The
I writer ineiduutally learned that the
I heavy steel block and tackle, weigh
ing some WX) lbs., in Use here, are the
ones that flited tho huge steel beams
aud timbers of the noted Ferris wheel
in place, at the Worlds Fair, Chicago.
They are quite rello aud well worth
On the 10th about 2S wood-rhnppers
were laid off, owing to the fart that
considerably over if XX cords are cut
and ready for the furnaces. Ouh a
half dozen men are retained.
Trx But Cough Syrup.
S. L. Apple, ex-Probate Judge Otto
ws Co , Kaiiaas, writes: "Tnis is to
say that I hare used Ballard's Horn-
I bound Syrnp for years and that I do
not Hesitate to recommend It as the
b-st cough syrup I hare erer used."
2."c, Uk; and 1.U0 at tiloror prog Co.
INVITED TO PARTICIPATE
Counties Ashed to Send Exhibit
Portland, Or, U. S. A., Feb 21, 11KM.
Editor Rogue Rivor Courier.
An official invitutiou is hereby ex
tended to the Couury of Josephine to
make a special exhibit, either in Its
own behalf or iu connection with
mo other body, municipal or other
, wise, at the Lwois and Clark Centen
nial Exposition to bo held in Portlaud
in 1905. It is the purpose of tho ex
position to encourage comprehensive
exhibits by counties and by chambers
of commerce, boards of trade and
other commercial organizations. For
exhibits of this character, illustrating
tho resources, industries and progress
of communities, the following regu
lations have been provided:
First. Tho preparing and installing
of exhibits by counties or organiza
tions will be left to the couutios or
organizations in whoso uanio or under
whose authority tho exhibits are
uiudo. Counties or organizations may
erect separate buildings, or may in
stall their exhibits in tho State build
ing. Space will bo provided ou the
Exposition grounds fur all buildings
erected by counties and organizations
and no charge will be made therefor.
Plans aud specifications for sucli
buildings shall bo submitted to the
Director-General for his approval.
Second. All collective exhibits
made by counties and trade organiza
tions will bo permitted to participate
in tho general competition; that is,
be both collective and competitive.
I desire to enlist your co operation
and support iu this movement, mid re
spectfully to utgo early consideration
of this invitation so that, if favorable
action ho taken, wo may allot the
necessaiy aco and give yon ample
time to proceed 'with preparations for
ycur exhibit. Whatever may bo the
deoitinu upon our invitation, I am
satisfied wu can shape our plans so as
to liurnmiizu all effors to the end that
your exhibit may bn highly creditable,
not only to your progressive commu
nity and state, but to the expos. t cti
Wo feel confident that the arrange
ment we ptoposo will olTer to counties
an exceptional opKirtunity of demon
strating their potentialities at the
Lewis and Clark Exposition of 11)05,
and that tho result of exhibits made
iu this way, will bo beiiofleial to all.
' HENRY E. REED,
Director of Kpositlcn.
' Cured Consumption,
Mrs. II. W. Evans, Charwater,
Kan., writes: "My husband lay sick
for three months. The doctors said
ho had quick consumption. We pro
cured a bottlo of Rallard's llnre
hounil Syrup, aud it cured him. That
was six years ago and since then ws
have always kept a bottle in the
bouse. For coughs and colds it has
no equal." Sao, fine, mid fl.00 at
Slover Drug Co.
RORERT LESLIE, PASTOR BAPTIST CHURCH.
ITS 24TH ANNIVERSARY
Chem&wa. Indian School Colo
brcles Nate.1 Day.
The Chetnawn Indian S, hoot ei In
hrated its 24th annivorsary last week.
The pupils were given n half holi
day, in honor of the day, and in thr
orenlng, the whole school nssembh d
Iu the auditorium and an appropriate
programmo was rendered, consisting
of addresses and musir.
Twenty-four years ago the s, hool
was started by Captain Wilkinson, oi
the United Stabs Army, at Forest
Orovo, and shortly after was moved
to its present location at Chemawn.
Then it bad accommodations for 2.',
pnplls, now It can care for i, noils :
then it had three small frame build
ings, and a half-acre of hind, now it
has 87 commodious structures aud
345 acres of as good land as (an I
found iu the Northwest. From thla
small beginning it has growu iu si.e
and imjsirtnacn and is now the fourth
largest In tho United States, aud is
classed as the Industrial School of the
Its pupils come lioui California,
Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Idaho,
.Molilalia anil Alaska
lavtlutblc lor Khtumstum.
I have been suffering for tho nst
few years with a severe attack of
rheumatism aud found that Rullnrd's
Know Liniment was the only thing
that gavo me satisfaction nnd tended
to alleviate tnr jams. March 21th,
VMI2, John U. llcguati, Kinsman, Ills.
C2e, 60c, and 11.00 at Hlover Drug Co.
Homes Furnished Complete
Our NEW GOODS are charged with
QUALITY at a price that gives to tho term
BARGAIN its fullest meaning.
New Wall Papers
NCW Tapestries and Couch Coverings
by the yard.
Pillows and Pillow Slips
for the Camp and Trail.
A Good DIG COMFORT for $1.35.
Como and sco the new goods.
FEBRUARY A WET MONTH
Southern Oretfon Placer Miners
Wear Broad Smiles.
February, lllfl-l, is worthy to bo
recorded iu the history of Southern
Orcgou as nno of tho record breaking
mouths for wetness. The ground ling,
who "seen bis shudder" on February
2, nnd went back into bis burrow
for a good, long slay, was certainly a
Siigncions brute, for there has beeu
Hcaicely a di.y since when his Mile
would not have been soal.ed full of
moisture if lie had been out iu the
weather. From one end of the month
to the other it has rained and rained,
until even the Oregoniaus have cried
'enough. " The reservoirs of tho
sides have seemingly been inexhaust
ible and Jupiter l'luvius has adminis
tered n stinging rebuke t3 those, who
had the, ashurauco to prophesy u dry
Twice during the mouth, on the
1 1 th and 15th and ou tho 2oth, nud
'.'i'llli, tho ruin has poured iu a manner
that would have seemed homelike to
Noah If lie had been bore to exper
ience it, and both times tho creeks
hnvo been swollen to rivers and every
gulch carried a raging torrent, ltogne
river itself tins not reached any alarm
ing flood height, nothing to compare
with last year, but nil tho creeks
and smaller streams have been near
their record height. In the higher
mountains the precipitation lias been
iu tho form of snow, so that the
Uogue river channel has been obliged
to carry only the extra How from the
lowland creeks. A Chinook wind in
the Cascades at the proper tlmu would
tiavo caused a tremendous Hood.
South of tho slate line, however, the
rivers reached a very unusual height.
The Sacramento has been higher thit
season than for many years past.
.Many miles of the bottom lands ol
the Haer iineiito valley have been In
undated and a break in the levee ncur
Sicrameiito en used soiuii aiiixety to
th Inhabitants of that city.
'I'lie time tins been a vuiy huty en,
for tint trackmen of the Southern
I'm: I tin company us slides and witnli
outs have been causing continual
trouble all along the line. On the
night of the l llli the Jun p-olI Jo,
I, ridge at Merlin was put out of com
mission uuil a long stretch of track
inundated The sunlaiiied height of
the stream made all repair elfotts
futile until the next night. Almost
it the same time u huge slliln at Wall
creek in the Sii-klyoiis stonp, d all
trallio for some H liouis. On the
night of the Zoth, a maininotli slide
covered the track at the historic
Roberts bill near lies, burg and the
steam shovel was brought from tin
Slskiyous for the piir s of clearing
the track. At the same plucn, on the
.'ilh, a huge slide caiiio down imme
diately behind the south bound piiks-eugi-r
train, No. l"i, started uo dnubt
by the jar of that train. It was not
until some 110 hours later that the
railroad siopln succeeded ill getting
the track clear. On the night of the
the south bound train No. 1.,
was struck by a slide near Keswick
The train was running very slowly
at the time, otherwise there might
have been a tragedy to report. The
mass of dirt anil rock buried the
chair cur to tho height of the w in
dows, five of which were broken.
The passengers made a precipitate
rush for the smoker. No duping, 1 re
united except to the chair car, which
was badly scarred hcldcs having the
w indows and steps brok, u. 1 he
train was cut in two and the forward
portion was taken Oil to He, I, ling
while the other part was run hick to
Keswick until the track was choired.
The Cow creek eauynu, formerly sc
dreaded oil account of its slides, bar
inn, In uo tioublu wurtti mentioning
this ycur, and, indeed, for several
years past, the slides in this canyon
have beeu small affairs.
The plueur miners, except in some
cases where the high water uud
saturated ground have occasioned
damage to ditches, have re re I lid in
a wealth of water during the entire
mouth. The weather has been ex
ceptionally favorublo fur thii "do
gulch" miner, tho man who has water
tor operation only when it is raining
briskly. There nre a considerable
number of such minors scattered about
TIIL IIOLSEI URNISIIER
GRANTS PASS, OREGON
the Southern Oregon' canyons. They
work ou a small scale and there are
usually only a few weeks in the year
when they can work, yet they manage
to make a living ont of their "dig
gins" nnd the aggregate amount of
gold taken out annually in this mnn
ner helps iu no inconsiderable measure
to swell the output of Southern Ore
gon. To miners of this olass the past
month has beeu a remarkably good
one, while tho owners of good water
rights and the hydraulic- operators
can complain of nothing worse than
an over nbnndanco of Water.
While thero have beon a few times
during tbo mouth, whou the wiud
blew with lnoro vigor and chilliness
than was absolutory pleasant, and a
few times when the lulling rain was
mixed with very wet snow which
melted as it fell, the weather in
general has been warm aud not nu
pleasant in spite, of tho almost contin
ual rain. Crocuses aud buttercups
have been in bloom for some time and
tho tlrst few sunny dnys that follow
tho termination of the rainy time
will bring out several Tariotles of the
enrller spring wild flowers in profus
ion. It is the usual program In
Southern Oregon that several weeks
of beautiful sunshiuy weather shall
occur butweeu tho first of February
and tho last of March. It is probable,
therefore, that a seasou of Southern
Oregon srping sunshine, a quality of
weather absolutely unexcelled in
beauty and delightfnluoss in any
clime or country, is near at hand.
Another slido occurred ai Roberta'
hill Tuesday night but was not of to
great extent as those which proceeded
it. At Wall creek tho trains hare
been running ou a temporary track
built around the slido and the steam
shovel has boon osolllatltig between
that point nnd Robert's hill. A few
nights ago a small slido struck a
train at Cloody Run, throo miles
south of Grunts Pass, but occasioned
uo considerable damage.
Proper Trcitmtnt ol Pneumonia,
l'nennmnia is too dangerous a dis
ease for nuynnn to attempt to doctor
himself, although bo may bare the
proper remedies at hand. A physi
,'iitii should always bo called. It
diotild be borne iu mind, however,
that pneumonia always results from
old or from an attack of the grip,
mil that by giving Uliainberlaiu'a
I'ough 11, in, dy tho threatened attack
if pneumonia may lie warded off.
I bis lr. W. J. Smith, of Sanders,
M i., who is also a druggist, says of
it : "1 have been selling Chamber
lain's Cough ltemudy and prescribing
it iu .my ptiietiuu for thu past six
fears. " Sold by all druggists.
The mail that left Crescent City
last Suuduy afternoon, for Grants
I'uns, contained, among other matter,
the Del Norte Keuords of the day be
fore, addressed to people in various
states, and the papers received good
soaking. The stage Into Sunday night
rati into and was upset iu a washout
of a creek near the 1.1 mile stake, and
one horse was drowued. The mail
could not bo fuuud that night on ac
count of the intense darkness, and not
until Tuesday was the sack containing
thu Records recovered. What condi
tion the papers were in after the
muting rucelved, we did not learn.
So doubt it would bo a hard matter
to decipher the addresses, aud should
subscribers outside of Coos, Curry,
mil Humboldt counties fail to receive
the issue of February 20th, the fore
going facts will accouut fur It. Ac
eidetits will happen to mall carriers
once in a while. Record.
fTlSA NATTER OF HEALTH
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE