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GRANTS PASS. JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 15.
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I I mii neai tstate
W. L. IRELAND, "The Real Estate Man.
Ground Floor Courier Bldg.
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
PAID UP CAPITAL STOCK
Transact a general banking business.
Receives deposits subject to check or on demand certificates.
Our customers are assured of courieous treatment and every consideration con
sistent with sound banking principles.
Safety deposit boxes for rent. j. FRANK WATSON. Pres.
R. A. BOOTH,. Vice-Pres.
L. L. JEWELL, Cashier
BOOKS and DRUGS.
At Clemens' Grants Pass, Ore.
G. A. Cobb Real Estate Company
Will be glad to list anything you have for sale.
We not only list your property (we soli it.) In the
last two montlis we have sold a great many pieces
of real estate, especially town property. Now is
your time to sell while you have a chance. Put
your prices reasonable and we can surely move it
for you. Give us a trial, please. : : : :
Office in large brick on Front Street, West G street.
and SALE STABLES
DEAN 4. DICKISON, PROPRIETORS.
Office and telephone removed to Golden Gate stable, opposite Hotel Jose
phine, for July and August while our new stable is being erected.
J. M. CHILES
The Pioneer Grocer
RELIABLE GOODS AT j
THE FINEST EVER
Fresh Fruits of All Kinds
Tomatoes for canning.
Fruit jars, tops and rubbers!
Health is absolutely impossible, if
constipation be present Many serious
cases of liver and kidney complaint
have sprung from neglected constipa
tion. Snch a deplorable condition is
unnecessary. There js a cure for it.
Herbioe will speedily remedy mat ters.
C. A. Lindnav, P. M , Bmusoo, Fia..
writes, Feb. 13, 1A03: "Hsving tried
Herbine, 1 fiud it a fine medicine for
constipation." Coo bottle at Koter
mood's sad Mcdel Drug Store.
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Call upon or write
Grants Pass, Orb.
New Pi ices for
Beginning August 1st,
prices for Caskets wil be as
All $25 Caskets reduced to $15
AU$30 " " $20
$35&$40 " " $25
Black Cloth Caskets reduced
50 per cent.
Hearse and service In proportion.
These prices are for cash only.
A. U. Bannard
BIG Furniture Store
North 6th St.,
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
tiers W. Edwsrdi Injured.
Hrh W Edward of Del Moines,
Iowa, got s fall on sn icy walk hut
winter, spraining in " "
. t,; "The next dev." be
ays, "they were so sore and stiff I
was srraio i wonm ' " -.
bed. but I rubbed them well with
i Vmn ftalm and after a
LIIWJWIW'M - - --"
few application- all soreness had dis-
. . . I ... ,LI. Isstttl nf
appeared. 1 leei m "
Fain Balm saved me several days
time, to say nothing of the suffer
ing." This liniment is for sale IJ
LELAND HAS BIG TRADE:
WITH MINING DISTRICTS
Lumber Business Also Important
A Prosperous Section of
Loland, Nov. 1 Two enterprises of
considerable importance and magni
tude have been inaugurated in the
vicinity of Lelaud recenily, and their
prosecution lias been hoplful in the
uplifting of trade and the increase in
tbe number of payrolls that give
the town its established prosperity
and continued bright outlook.
The Mines Development Company,
of which Mr. S. V. Blasdell ia su
perintendent and manager in charge,
ia engaged in takiug ont a Annie to
work ita 400 acres of hydraulic placer
ground on Grave creek, five miles
wett of this place. The water is
being taken ont of MeNair and Reu
ben creeks, lateral tributaries of
Grave, and will fnruish a flow of 2000
miners' iuches during the wiuter tea-
son. A head will be secured for the
giant of 275 feet, giving enormous
pressure. The 400 acre bar to be
worked has a depth of To feet to bed
rock. The gravel averages 8 and 10
cents to tlin cubic yard and with the
ample head of water secured Superin
tendent Blasdell is co.ifideut that
an exceptionally large amount of
dirt can be washed tlirongh daily,
after operations have once com
menced. The company has a 825 foot
dump, giving ample loom for the tail
Lee Brothers, sawiuilll men of
Grants Pass, have just commenced
operations with their new plant on
Brimstone oreek, one mile froiii Le
laud. Ilie plant proper is hardly
finished yet, but the double circular
saw is ruuning and a crew of 25 men
is engaged in tilling several large ad
vance orders that have been received
from the mining camps iu this part of
the county aud that cannot longer
he delayed. The mill has a capa
city of 25,000 feet per day aud will
make a specialty of mining timbers,
flume lnmber aud railroad ties, as
well as ordinary house lumber. Steam
power is used. Tl;e plant is located
ou laud belonging to Samuel Alder
sou, of this town, and is at present
using logs cut from his lnud. Lee
Brothers, however, have also nuder
lease a considerable amount of addi
tional laud in the vicinity and will
out the timber from a total of 00
acres. A camp tins been established
for the accomuiodatiou of the euiloves
and several houses are going up in the
Businiss men of Lelaud all report a
good season and say that trade with
the oreek camp was never better than
at present. The two mercantile es
tablishments here Iiav3 four wagons
oouts'autly emloyed in delivering
supplies to the mines. This great rush
is due to the fact that the miue
operators are gutting iu their winter's
stock of supplies It is expected to
lessen somewhat after roughtr
weather sets in, but the great increase
in the number of men cugagod and
the anguuieuted output is liable
to, aud by many believed to, keep
business active for a long time to
Robert Crockett, son of
Judge Garrett Crockett, is
the home place this year at the iiead
of Quartz creek, uear Hugo postotlice.
The farm covers hill and valley
and is a veritable agric ultural gem
in the forest. It contuius 300 arret,
all under fence, with 50 acres cleared
for the plow aud the balance in ex
cellent pasture. Mr. Crockett keeps
a herd of from 50 to ISO cattle aud lias
a considerable amount of other live
stock, with pleuty of flue 'fruit and
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarhoea Remedy. This is the most
successful medicine in the world
for bowel complaints, and is the only
remedy that will cure chronic diarr
hoea. Every bottle is warranted. For
sale by all druggists.
THROUGH MAIL SERVICE
FOR APPLEGATE VALLEY
Dally Mail and Stage Line From
Gr&nts P&sa to Jackson
ville Is Planned.
The proposed change in the Apple
gate mail ronte, outliud In the
Courier some time since, is likely to
be accomplished and a direct route es-
tabiished from Grants Pass to Jackson- j
vllle by way of Applegate Valley i
that will supply Murphy, Davidson, j
Knbli, Applegate and Kuch on the
main route and Provolt and Will-'
lama by a aide line from Murnhy.
Tbe lau is to have a mail each j
way daily, a stago to leave both
Grants Pass and Jacksonville ch
morning making the trip through in
about eight hours. The distance
would be 34 miles over one of the'
best roads in Southern Oregon and
having no heavy grades The entire
distance is well settled and the.
a'ages would do a good business in 1
handling passenger and light j
freight. The seven Applegate Valley j
postoftices that it wuold serve have ,
eacb a large number of patrons and
this betterment to the mail service
would be greatly appreciated by
As the routes are now arrange I
part or the Applegate offices get their
nail from Grants Pass aud ran from
Jacksonville, witb no route connect
ing the two groups of offices. This
lack of connection makes a great ill -
convenience to residents of Applegate
Valley and Is also an inconvenience to
the business men of Grants Pass aud
Jackson Hie. The establishment of a
through stage line would be an ad
vantage to the settlers along the
route and to the Grants Pass and
Jacksonville business men. A peti
tion is now being circulated to be
presented to the postoffice department
asking for the establishment of thil
route. Tuesday K. J. Kubli, post
master at Kubli, and J. L. Wool-
dridge, a prominent Applegate
farmer, were in Grants Pass securing
signatures to the petition. The busi
ness men of this oity readily signed it
and Postmaster C. E. Harmon gave it a
strong endorsement. The petition will
be circulated at all the postoflices
along the route and at Jacksonville.
As all tbe postmasters along the pro
posed ronte have agreed to endorse
the petition aud the endorsement of
the lea iiig men of both Josephine and
Jackson county has also been assured,
o there is little likelihood but what
this new mail servioe will be estab
lished by the postoftice department.
MERLIN IS PROSPERING
HAS A BUILDING BOOM
Trade Center for e. Large, Rich
Section Bright Future Pre
dicted (or the Town.
Merlin, Oct 81 Mmrlin is enjoying
a period of prosperity greater than
has noeu her lot in the past and the
oldest residuuts are ooufideut that
she is just beginning the accomplish
ment of her destiny, great as the full
ness of time may decree it to be.
New houses are being bnilt. new
business establishments opening up
aud industrial enterprises projected
that will make the town a commerical
center for the rich mineral districts of
the surrounding bills.
Vast results are expected from the
sale of the gold Standard group of
uiue claims lying four miles west of
Merlin. This property was owned by
II. E. Booth, who sold it three
months ago to Messrs. Metzer of
Toledo, O.. aud llaviland of Spok
ane. Today Mr. Booth received a
telegram from Mr. Metzer stating
that their mining engineer had
started from the east aud wonld ar
rive Saturday. His coming means
that activo development work will
commence ou the big ltl foot ledge at
once and it is anticipated that a
large force of men will be employed.
The ore is chaloopyrito, a sulphide of
copper, carriyug good values of gold
aud averaging 41 to the too in a
series of critical tests. The vein is
a contact, with the hanging walls of
porphyry and the footwall of diorite.
Another result expected from the
opening up of the Gold Standard
groupjis theestaolishment of a smelter
at Merlin to reduce the output and
high holies are entertained that his
enterprise will be under way in a
No factor is more potential for the
continued development and prosperity
of Josephine county than that the
trade of her mining camps is being
centralized iu the communities con
tiguous to each. Commerce U then
kept at home in an increasing yearly
proportion aud business establish
ments are receiving the benefit tc
which both local interests and their
enterprise entitles them. This inter
dependence of production and trade
is of first importance aud uiuit be
fully recoguized if progress is to be
A striking concrete example of tills
truth is given by the Merlin Mer
cantile Company of Merlin. EMab
lisl.ed August Tth last, with Mr. E.
Clanton as mauager, aud carrying a
large line of general mcrcliat.dlse,
a thriving trade ban been bnilt np.
Large orders have just been filled for
companies operating in the Silver
creek and Gallce miuiug districts.
This money, which formerly went to
Portland merchants for needed sup
plies, is now being Sent at home aud
is thereby adding its fnll share to the
advancement of the county's interests.
W. A. Massie, who operates the
ferry across the Rogue river and car
ries the mail to the Galice district,
is building a large new hotel iu
Merlin. The structural part of the
building is now up, but further work
lias been temporarily delayed to await
the arrival of the finishing IuuiIht.
When completed the hotel will be the
I largest north of Grants Pass iu the
county aud will be furnished with all
' modern improvements aud couveu-
The main county bridge over Jump
i off Joe creek, one mile from here, is
being replanked and otherwise made
a stronger aud better structure than
Another new business buildiug re
j cently pot up is that of E. Jones,
who has opened a large general stock
of hardware and is doing a good busi
ness. I C. M. Smith formerly of Grants
j Pass Imf opened up a barber shop in
a new structure and is about to add
I several improvements of importance
to bis line of business.
1 William M Richards and Prof. J.
' P. McDonnell, both of whom are en-
gaged in the general merchandise
trade, report increasing bosiness and
are having their full share of ail that
But liniment cm Earth
Henry D. Baldwin, Sunt. City
Water W'lrks. Sbullsburg. Wis..
writes: "I have tried many kinds of
' much benefit
1 have never received
until I osed Ballard's
Snow Liulment for rheomstisoi and
pains. I think it the best liniment
oo earth." 2.V. totr. tltjd at kfitr.
' mund's and Model Drugstore.
WINS FEW MEDALS
Two Cold. Two Silver. One
Bronze Medal and Five Di
plomas for This County.
The list of awards made at the
Lewis and Clark fair to the counties
aud individuals having exhibits there
have been published and Josephine
county comes out with but little
credit and little to show for the 2600
appropriated by the conutv to meet
the expeuses of the exhibit. The
county got one silver medal on its
mineral display aud a few Individuals
aud companies got awards. Of the
latter the Greeuback Mining Com
pany, silver medal for gold qnaitz ;
Deep Gravel Mining Company, bronze
medal for exhibit of platinum. Dl
piomas oi noi oranio mention were
awarded to the Gallce Consolidated
Miuiug Company fur photographs.
Gold Bug Mining Coniimny for quartz
specimens, Waldo Smelting & Mining
Company copper otes, and to Mrs
Horeuce McDamels for display of
crystals from Josephiue comity caves.
John O. Lewis, colored photos of
Lelaud placer mines. I'acitlo Pine
Needle Company, of Grants Pass, two
gold uiedalj, one for pine needle pro
ducts aud one for fibers.
The total of Josephine county's
prizes was two gold medals, two
silver medals, ouo bronze medal
aud five diplomas of honorable
meuticu. Jackson county, gener
ally credited here iu Southern Oregon
of not being rich iu minerals as Jose
phine county aud of being no better
frnit, grain, grass aud timber section
than this county, for Rogue River
Valley iu the two comities is iden
tically the same iu climate, soil and
productiveness, secures more prizes
thsu auy other county in the slate.
The county got a gold medal lor its
mineral exhibit the only other county
winning a gold medal being Baker
couuty. Jackson oouuty came within
15 points of winning a share of the
prize of tlOOO for the best county ex
hibit, the lost points being by not
having an educational exhibit. The
list of private exhibitors who won
priies was so long that it required a
column aud a quarter of space In
solid tyjw In 'he Ashland Tidings of
Monday to give all their names aud
In couijiarison with other counties
Jackson county has the greatest num
ber of awards. It secured a total of
112, of which 18 are gold medals,
111 silver, 41 bronze, and 114 diplomas
of honorable mention. Wasco has 110
awards, 20 of them gold, 23 silver,
21 bronze aud 17 diplomas of honor
able meutiou. Wasco has the greatest
number of gold aud silver medals.
Umatilla Couuty, In third place, has
77 awards, 10 being gold medals, 11
silver, 20 bronze and 24 diplomas of
honorable mention. The standing of
the counties ia as follows:
Baker county, 1 gold, 1 silver, 7
bronze, 13 honorable uieutlon.
Benton County, ii gold, II silver,
l brouze, 14 diplomas of honorable
Clackamas, 4 gold, 7 silver, 211
bronze, 80 h uiorahle mention.
Columbia, 2 gold, 8 silver, 22
bronze, IS honorable mention.
Crook, 1 silver.
Douglass, 4 gold, 5 silver, lit bronze,
17 honorable mention.
Jackson, lh gold, U silver, 4 bronze,
84 honorable mention.
Lane, 7 silver, 1U bronze, II honor
Lincoln, 2 silver, 11 bronze, 10
I Inn, 8 gold, 10 silver, 80 bronze,
84 honorable mention.
Marion, H gold, 13 silver, 25 bronze,
lit) honorable mention.
Malheur, I gold, I silver, U bronze,
24 honoliale mention.
Morrow, 1 gold, 1 silver, 4 bronze,
4 honorable mention.
Multnomah, 2 gold, 5 silver, 4
bronze, 1 honorable mention.
Polk, 5 gold, 5 silver, 17 bronze,
87 honorable mentii u.
Sherman, 1 gold, 3 bronze, 5 honor
Tillamook, 1 gold, 3 silver, 2
L'uion, 8 gold, 3 silver, it bronze, 4
Umatilla, IU gold, II silver, 2ft
bronze, 24 honorable mention.
Wallowa, 4 silver, 15 brouze, h
Wasco, 20 gold, 22 s lver, 31 bronze,
17 honorable mention
I'asliington, 4 gold, 5 sliver, 17
brouze, 27 honorable mention.
Yamhill, U gold, II silver, 1H
bronze, 10 honorable mention.
ONLY LOCAL CARRIERS
GIVEN MAIL CONTRACTS
Hoaloffice Department to Allow
High Pay, But Demands
The iKxtofTlce department is now
advertising for bids, that most he iu
by tbe close of this year, for carrying
the mail on all the star routes in Ore
gon, for a four year period which will
begiu the first of next July. These
star routes embrace all stage aud
Ixxal bidders will be given the
preference and as the result of in
structions which have been issued by
Postmaster-General Cortolyou, mail
carriers opon star routes in the West
will have sn opportunity to close con
tracts with the government at a
figure that will allow them to make a
reasonable pioSt upon their services.
It is stated upon good authority that
at preseut not 10 per cent of the mail
routes upon the PaciBo Coast are
operated without loss. Tbe order
which is expected to remedy this con
dition provides that all bidders for
contracts to carry mail must live con
tiguous to the routes upon which bids
are made and if awarded the coutract
must carry the mail themselves or
give it their direct supervision.
Up to fonr years ago the Postal
Department awarded contracts for
western mail routes to the lowest bid
der, without regard to his plaoo of
residence, aud permitted him to sublet
them if he so desired. As a result.
professional mail contractors sprang
np, living mostly in Kentucky aud
Missouri. Thcso men bid upon con
tracts, not only iu their own states.
bnt also in the West. Not knowius
anything of western conditions, they
often took contracts at a fluurn that
wonld not permit the routes to be
operated with profit The routes
were always sublet to anyone who
would take them, and as the pay was
extremely low, poor service resulted.
MORE PROMISINGMINES .
IN ML BALDY DISTRICT
Hidden Treasure Company and
Warner Bros. Each Open
Inn Rich Veins.
J. L. Warner who has been in the
Mr. Baldy district for the last two
mouths, where ho is interested iu
several mining claims left Thursday
for Ins home in Por'lnnd, where he
will remain until about February or
March when hn will retnru to resume
his miuiug operation. Ilia brother ,
who Is iuteristed w'th him iu the
claims, left Tuesday for his home in
Bolliughaiu, Washington, to return
agaiu early In the spring.
The Warner Bros, own a olalm that
is located on the east slope of Mt.
Baldy that has a most encouraging
prospect. They ruu a drift on the
vein aud got to a depth of 12 feet at
which point it was a full foot iu
width and was steadily widening.
It carries high values and gives every
promise of becoming a profitable
property. Early iu the spring War
ner Bros, will begin work well down
the side of the hill and will drive a
tunnel to tap the vein at about the
200 root level. If the ore is of the
class that it is in their perseut work
ings they will take up permanent
miuiug operations and have their ore
treated at the Grants Pass smelter,
which can be reached by a tramway
of about three miles to Savage Rapids.
Warner Bros, are also interested
in a group of adjoining claims held
by the Hidden Treasure Mining
Company. The other m inner of
this company are Portland lueu and
I). M. DcPtiy, of Grants Pass. One
of these claims was what was for
merly known as the Old Shot and is
credited with being very rich. The
company has four men at work driv
ing a tunnel that will tap the vein at
the 150 foot level. Some surface
work has been done and at the lowest
depth the vein was found to be fully
four feet wide aud shows to be a
good low grade body of oro of very
nniform values. 1 evoloiiment will
be continued until tho vein Is fully
oaued and then arrangements will
probably be made for handling the
oro at the smelter at Savage Ratiida.
GRANTS PASS GOES DOWN
TO DEFEAT AT ASHLAND
High School Boya to Give the
Normal Team a Hard Tussle
The football game last Saturday,
played at Ashland by two teams
representing tho Ashland Normal
S.:liool and Grants Pass High Sc hool
resulted Iu a score of 15 t; 0 iu favor
of Ashland Normal.
During th" first half of the game
Grants Pass seemed to have the
stronger team aud had no difficulty iu
making ga'ns through the Ashland
line, the entire half being played In
Ashland's territory. Ily straight line
plunges the Grants Pass boys carried
the ball within seven yards of Ashland
goal. Here they were held fo'
downs. Ashland punted and Grants
t'a.s again worked the ball down ill
front of As'ilaud's goal Time was
culled for tho first half with the ball
Ave yards from the goal. Neither
1 1 1 u scored In this half, though
Grants Pass did all the playing and
would very probably have scored had
the captain known of the shortness of
time. The failure to score in the first
half rather disturbed the Grants Pass
hoys aud this feeling told ou theif
defense III the second half. Ashland
went around the ends for long gains,
os ng greater back, and end rnus to
good advantage. Ashland scored two
touchdowns iu this half, one of which
resulted Iu a goal and also kicked a
goal from (he field.
The Grants l'as boys were defeated
fair and square and they know bow
it whs d'Uie'. They are confident that
in the next guuin they can stop the
play that defeated them. The i ext
game with Ashland will be played at
Grants Pass November 10th. All the
leading business men will close store
from 3 till i that afternoon to give all
a chance to sue arrcxclliug game;
The Western, a first class family
hotel. Quiet location, yet convenient
to depot aud near court house. Good
meals and clean beds and prices
Store News 93-
iT r y
prices never approached in Grants
Pass. If you are making collections
in Cups and Saucers, Choc Sets, Plates, Pitchers,
etc., now is your timo to securo something especially
good. Tho 10c, 15c, 25c, BOc, 75c and $1.00 Tables
are a revelation in China selling.
NOVEMBER -This is tho month you'll want a Heat
. ( Fnr n limitml Limn
il D. $7.50
NEW REGULATIONS FOR
4TH CLASS POSTMASTERS
To Hold Office So Long as Give
Good Service Musi Keep Olfice
Clean and Be Courteous.
In an address before the convention.
held iu Washington last week of the
Nati'iiul League of Postmasters of
Fourth Class Postolllces, Postmaster
General Cortelyou outlined tho policy
of the postotlice department Iu regard
to the fourth class offices.
The Postmaster General announced
that fourth class Mstniatora may hold
their portions so long as their ser
vices urn satisfactory to the patrons
of the olllces and to the department.
One ro'e thai he announced was that
postmasters would be expected to keep
their olllces neat and clean, a dlity
olllce being likely to lead to dls-inls-nl,
and that the postmaster and
his employes shall be attentive to
their duties end courteous fo the
public. Their books and accounts
must be so kept, us to be ready for in
spection at auy time. To simplify
this work a linw set of blanks would
ho supplied and less rules would be
enforced that bad no direct bearing
ou securing the best possible service
to the public.
Repairing Chairs and Rockets
Have you a chair or nickel that
the rounds mo! legs persist in ueiniiig
loose' Call in slid let us rhow you
how It can he tiled for keeps. We
have o i in, a repair shop. Phone
Jli.'i Thomas A O'Neill.
R E P A I RED
More New Box Seat Dining Chairs
both leather and plain.
Moro New Dining Tables
attractive styles and prices.
More New Dressers
special good values, $16.25 to
Couches in the newest of coverings
and tho best made.
Stand Tables a nice lino.
Office Chairs $5.50 to $10.00, full of
Particularly pleasing prices on
soino of the best cuttings made.
Howls worth $7.50 for $4.50
Celery Trays worth 7.50 " 4.50
Nappies, " ;t.50 2.00
Water Bottles, Oil Bottles, Spoon
. Trays, Vases.
Exquisite, decorations the assort
ment is far too largo to attempt to par
ticularize items, but enough to say wo
show an enormous variotv and nt,
Hoaters for $5.50
to Southern Oregon
431 INCHES THE WORLD'S
ROCK DRILLING RECORD
Made at El P&so. Texas. May Be
Lower at American Min
ing Congress Contest.
At the meeting of the American
Mining Congress, which is to be hold
at El Paso, Texas, ou November 14
to 1H, an effort is to be made to lower
the world's rock drilling record and
crack teams from all the great mining
districts are to iartlciiate.
The world's record is now held by
Chamberlain and Make, who at 11
Paso on January 13, 1UII3, drilltd 43' j
Inches iu 14 minutes. The chuwpioi.s
declined to drill the full 15 mlnuh
alleging that their steel was ton shoit
to hold onto, and also that il they put
the hole loo deep there would be no
more drilling contests. These men in
t'.iHt famous contest struck III one
minute shifts for ti e first half ol tlin
tin e aud In half-minute shifts for tlia
second half. Chiiiiiheilaiu made id
strokes to the minute and Make !',
and they oulv lost one stroke win u
iu the forthcoming contest thf e
men will agniu il ill and will try to
lower their former record which h is
stood now almost tlinn years with
no other team able to lower it.
What an undertaking It in to lower
this record is shown by tin, f,ut ll,,4
the average depths made at roi k
drilling coiilcils runs from .'HI to x"
inches, few learns ever (Ir ving a hole
lower than .'In inches.
Ralph I i. an and W. W. Riggs of
this city ami I.. I, Hard of Gleiidale,
h it Monday tor the Khuiiath 1 ik s
wherutlmyw.il enjoy a Week's speit
ill duck hunting.