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?' "r '' ' l‘l',K,'"pal church and
talks prospect of a veritable Isxmi next I
fau,rai,|v ,,f ho||
Gained f orty Pound* in thirty Daye.
'* a <*hurch organlz- spring.
All rummer crowds liav.
HlPRHIMY. • F u TOHEII III,
| been pouring Into the county to take
week i F<>r several mouths our younger
II ui I m * i and they are still coming. i
lirothei hud I mmui troubled with Indi
gestion. lletiied several remedies
l-pular stag. i man, Bodies of timber have lieen lnsp* < tp<i1
’«•Journedm Lakeview this Week OU
but got no benefit from them.
by wealthy companies and some sales; r,‘lll,sid last Salmd.iy.
A (nta! eclipse of the moon Is Ixx.k- u‘ elW; y",“ ,H Wa,ll"K
purchased some of Chamberlain's
‘<> have Is en made, with i llkellhmxl of
J?1,1.'1 Va" Biimmer of Merrill
Stomacli and Liver Tablets and he
rd for tonight.
cont rector more before long, of late capitalists a I*alls visitor Monday.
commenced taking them.
A son was born on Wednesday Of
Thos. Mct'orinsck came up from ¡thirty days ho had gained forty
F’slls-LnkevIcW have been here to investigate clmnees
1 |x>uii<ls In flesh, lie Is now fully re-
; to Mr. und Mrs. John Van mil/'
Haughton conducted the for hillls, factories and other enter
A daughter was Irun to Mr. ahd ! covered. We h'*ve a gixid trade on ■i
"'•II and stage business for the new prises.
Rome have been on the Mrs. W. It. Brown last Saturday.
itlie Tablets.—H olley B icos ., Mer
The big steel oil tank of the South contractor *ip to opj |
ground to buy residence mid business
J 1 esiding Elder Summerville was' ■-bants, Long Branch, Mo.
If "••effort Into IS* n,ade
re. lots, mid thus the growing demand au arrival from Ashland last evening. by Chitwood & Co.
• rn 1'aeifle Co. Al Ashland has been
Hh.re the Ager mull ||Ue, |t ought to lias stimulated prices somewhat.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward arrived
CARR 1.0SES AGAIN.
The city council of Ashland 1res •*'done now. The department should One new-ci.nier Aald hi* would wager home last week from San Francisco.
'•'•■lualnted ,,|t i, n1C
Albert Davis of Lewiston, Idaho
Hint Klamath Falls Will have 3,009
.st bought sixteen acre« f<>r m w
The circuit court of appeals has
WHS here Monday to p
rovc up on a
"'""•I" the present dilatory serVlc- people liefore the end of two years, whs
affirmed the decision of the district
'""I aroused hl effect a Change
if and all who come here unnouiice a
court of Oregon in the case of the
Last week L. Il. Applegate had 20o
"••’ whh of the pe,(p|e ls hl.t f)>rt
Hough of Grants Jesse 1>. Carr Land and Livestock
ibes vaccinated us a measure
lulghtest outlixik fora lively growth Pass stopped here Monday en route Company, upixdlants, against the
with the reasons dearly given,
tile In the near future of any point on to Lakeview.
United States, appellees.
desired result can undoubtedly
I m * the const.
Dr. Ilcames was called
. ....... to Merrill decree the possession of 84,331 acres
Pwenty-tlve speed horsed
Friday by the illness
of S. F. Mar- of land in Oregon and California re
liand for the races.
verts to the government, and the
tin’s infant child.
Alfred llohmni, staff writer for I he
plenty of entries for each event.
Carr company must withdraw.
Oregonian, was here last Friday
Fire which started Monday night
C. IL Withrow left this morning suit was instituted in the district
W it'll Misirc’s Comedian., an(| I he 1'1« way to the railroad from
court of Oregon by the government
a trip at midnight In what Is known as the
G.xlfrey Family gave entertainments "irougli this ami Lake
some timber tilings.
to prevent the unlawful occupancy
Cook sawmill at
during the lair at Alturas last week. Mr. Holman has lately iH.t„
In the com
E. K. Loosley, C. V Lixisley and I of the public lands.
'<•0 cmploy- property having been sold recently
F. W. Loosley
I Klamath were plaint it was alleged that by means
Arthi'ii (’. Lewis • ed by the Oregonian to writ.
e up Iso to a capitalist by t lie name of Pelton
I of fences and natural barriers the
lx.ught the lots ami residence of
luted mid comparatively bndevdi.pcd destroyed fully a quarter of a million rails visitors last Thursday.
I defendant stock company bail en
< ourt Reporter Calkins stopped closed 84,335 acres of the best public
I Leavitt, located on Main st reef, ««•Hons of the state and we may ex- dollars worth of property and wiped
here I uesday night on Ins way to
. mi ■deration being »2.000.
grazing lands in Oregon and Califor
jx'et to sixm lx. able to read his iqiln- out nearly the whole town, only resi Lakeiiew to attend circuit Voiirl.
nia. The case was Hnally decided in
dences along the hilltops and too re
Tli'* Evening Telegram reports
L. Siseinore and family have re favor of the United States.
that ' »0 car load* Cf Chinese have 1 IsMkevIrw Kx.uninrr: J. (’, Bute- mote to be ignited, escaping the fury turned to Fort Klamath from a visit
Tl M BER LA ND, ACT J UNE 3.1878,
left IVirtlnnd to work on the new I me, one of the bright young uttor- of the llames. The tire began on the with relatives in Jackson county.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
iiillroail Into Klamath county
neys of Southern Oregon, arrived outside of the mill are! Its origin is
N. S. Dn w of Dairy, who was in
het ween 80 and 75 ministers were here Sat unlay from Khunatb Falls
town last Thursday, informs us that
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,
Lakeview, Oregon, October 2, 1902.
lie had sold a ranch of ltio acres to
In attendance at the 12th annual , '"'‘wait tl..... pining session of the of feet of lumber, the box factory J. B. Poole.
Notice is hereby given that in com
xcsslmi of the syiiixl i.f the I'risliv- I drcult court. Mr. Rutenlc Is Inter and all the buildings between the
pliance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled “An
ixrtwn church at Grunts P uim lust ested In a profcHsionul way In some
rived here last Thursday for a
of the most 1 tii|x>rtant cases to come spanning Klamath river, were re ilays’ visit with her sister, Mrs. ten act for the sale of .timber lands in the
F. Htatea of California, Oregon, Nevada,
duced to ashes. The railroad track
, lx fore the court.
Be Is building up for a half mile was burned and tele D. Rea mi s.
and Washington Territoryan extend
The deaths of t wo pioneer women
ed to all the Public Land States by act
' good practice 2hd is as deserving as graph mid telephone wires were
if Paisley occurred within a few days hi is reliable.
j of August 4, 1802, John I>. Edler of Bo-
ing for Lakeview where tie has gone ! nanza, County of Klamath, State of
>f each other - Mrs. John C. Hannan
Oregon, lias this day filed in this office
lu Justlei'Graves'court last Fri
RAILROAD MEN HERB.
on the 2nd Inst., and Mrs. Sarah F.
the circuit court.
, hia sworn statement No. 1417, for the
day I* red ('ollii)s was found guilty of
purchase of the NE'^ SW>4' of Section
W. I’. Tearse of Winona, Minn.,
Rev. W. F. Shields arrived Tues i No. 5, in Township No. 38 S., Range
stealing a saddle from Mike Galar-
Wm. 11. Day Jr. of Dubuque Io., J. day evening on his return
The building of some houses to
from I No. 12, E. W. M., and will offer proof to
nean and was lined »25. The charge Berllnqctt of St. Joseph, Mo., mid
Grants Pass where he attended the show that the land sought is more vol-
rent at this place would I m * a worthy
!<d stealing a horse was dismissed by M. Berseil of Dubuque, !<>,, wealthy PresbyterM" synod.
! liable for its timber or stone than for
•nd profitable Vvrtture for an enter-
.igricultit.al pur|H>ses, and to establish
.. the complainant falling to railroad and timber men, were here
Hon. II. A. Emmitt started __ Ins claim to said land before J. O.
lloUHCS to rent
last Friday, being accompanied mid
iipixar agnlnsl the defendant.
The shown through tin* country by Jacob Friday for the northern part of this Hamaker, U. S. Commissioner, at Bo
were never tu scarce here.
tin.* was paid and then the young Isler, timber cruiser of klamathon. county where he will do some survey nanza, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 13th
i day of January, 1903. He names as
The flrst load of a crowd <if forty , man was taken to bin home at Talent They departed Saturday morning for ing for the government.
witnesses: J. S. Fuller, of Bonanza,
timlier applicants arrived from the nV Ills father who ^ad come here on tlie W'hst rlvei section mid were to
Miss Florence Trefren, Jnc. W. .Oregon; J. I). Hamaker, of Bonanza,
return to Klamathon via Pelican Dyar and wife and Wm. Flagg of ' Oregon ; Charles Goss, of Bonanza, Ore
r-allruad yesterday morning and will hearing of bls son's trouble.
Ashland wi re here Monday to make gon; J. P. Bechdoldt, of Bonanza, Ore
take claims In the Sprague river sec
Moore’s Comedians entertained a
gon. Any and all persons claiming ad
They were going over the county application for timber claims.
tion. Four big wagons are required crowded opera I hiuik * here last even to gather data of resources, undoubt
versely the above described lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
to haul tlie crowd.
ing, presenting the military drimui, edly with a view of Investments. i spector of mail service, was here ' otllce on or before said 13th duv of Jau-
Mr. Chas. Humphrey of K'.tmath , "Through the Lines,”
Mr. und either now interested or expect to Monday night to investigate, trie
F. At RetTiAirt, Register. ■
Falla and Miss Dora Fish of Merrill Mrs. Moore did excellent work, and lx*eome interested in the railroad trouble which lias arisen over the
T1.MBER I AND, ACT JUNE 3, 1H78.
were united In marriage last Sunday bad strong support, their largo audi building tills way from Laird's.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Mrs. Worden mid Mrs. Berry,
nt the resilience of S. T. Summers ut ence being highly pleased. The acts I While here they secured approxlinatc-
mother and sister of Maj. Worden,
place, Judge Geo. T. Baldwin were Interspersed with delightful
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,)
amounts of other shipments from departed this morning for their home
L akeview . O hegon , Sept. 29, 19O2.f
l«i forming the ceremony.
Instrumental and v<x*a| music.
a i this county and estimated the quan at Chamberlain, S. D.. after having I
Notice is hereby given that in corn-
Medford Enquirer: A. B. Green
J pliance with tin* provisions of the act of
! Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
land of Medford has sold Ills two- ter and Man" will be presented to 1 made some inquiry as to what tile
1 town and country could give tn the
Z. M. Brown who has sold 230 head j net for the sale of timber lands in the
acre tract of land on Bear creek to night, and those who attend are as sha|x* of a Ixmiis for a railroad. They
of cattle to J. W. Howard, will re- 1 states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
T. l>. Standley <>f Klamath county
j seemed favoiable impressed w ith the turn to his home at Prineville wi th- ' aiid Washington Territory,” as extend
Mr. Standley gagement of the company will last I 1 resources and pros|x*cts of the coun in a few days. Mr. Brown liad his ed to all the Public Land States by
and did not hesitate to say cattle in the Syrau Marsh count ry J ret of August 4. 1802, Jesse C. Jarvis,
through the week, and after each ity
will take pixihi'sHion at once.
that tile volume of business mid the during tlie summer n*>d brought
peifurinance a dance will be given.
of Oregon, has this day Hied inthis oilice
Charley Keene, known about Lake-
; outlook for development and growth them here lately.
his sworn statement No. 1406, for the
According to the following para- amply warranted railroad building,
Vie# as • Dutch Charley," tiled last
‘ purchase of the NW I* NE'4 of Section
Attorneys N. I>. Walling ÓF ___
No. 20, in Township No. 40 8., Range
Week at a sheep camp between Lake- graph from the Tidings, the Ashland i
THE FAIR GROUNDS.
ett, Wash., and Thos. Drake of San No. 13 E. W. M., and will offer proof
View and Warner from 1 in* effect« of IxMird of trade is Interesting Itself in ,
Francisco are here interviewing the i to show that tlie land sought is more
By the co’.'.rtney of Judge Baldwin, r<*sources of Klamath county,
eating a pint of pickles an<i drinking our unsatisfactory mall aerviee: “The
Both valualde for its tindier or stone than for
! recent compllcat Ions In the manage we had on Monday the pleasure of a gentlemen are highly pleased with agricultural purposes.and to establish
tli« vinegar which covered them.
visit to the fair grounds anil race what they have seen and with the Ills claim to said land liefore J. O.
Hamaker, U. 8. Commissioner, at Bo
X deer with a snow-white coat and ment of tile stage route between tills course. The road to the grounds was prospects for development.
l nanza, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 7th
were excellent, the weather was Hue. the
pink eyes, was killed In Jtneplline city and
J. L. Yaden, proprietor of tiie duv of January, 1993.
He names as
streets were enlivened by prepara
■ ounty last week. Old hunters say brought up and fully discussed. ' tions for the coming fair ami hence Klamath Falls-Lakeview stage line, • wi’nesses: G. L. Kerr, of Bedfleld,
informs us that his family have start Oregon ; R. 8. Sparks, of Bonanza, Ore
11 Is the first white deer seen in The recent char ge in tin* running : tile trip was especially pleasant.
from their home at London, Ky., gon : J. A. Brown, of Bonanza, Oregon;
Southern Oregon. 'The carvsns wwx
The distance to the track is
this place, and will arrive here J. D. Hunuiker, of Ronanza, Oregon.
shipped to a Portland taxidermist t<> to the at IT t Ion of 11.<* meet 1 ng and de- ! about half a mile from the court the fore part of next week, the Inten Any and ull persons claiming adversely
the above-described lands are requested
glared to lx* very objectionable. It was I bouse aud as we rode along we
tion being to locate permanently.
j to file their claims in this office on 01
pointed out that the changes were car I could not fall to reflect on the won-
Asliland Town Talk:
derlul improvement which Klamath
Mr. Godfrey who gave a show at ’ before said 7th dav of Januarv, 1903.
ried through in chinnels unfriendly
E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
Falls has made during the past three this place a few weeks ago, met w ith
Mrs. A. C. Griffith came tn from i
to a speedy mall service between here I years. One sees elegant residences an accident at Alturas last week that TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878,
rydcsM today, bringing Hie remains and the places cast of the mountains. and business houses on every hand,
will lay him up for some time.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
of the lalUt's mother, who died I
It was carried that "i commlttet*, com I and the march of good taste, iiu- stepping from an elevated platform
there several weeks ago*
l'xiTi:i> S tates L and O ffice .)
posed of .Messrs. C. II. Watson, F. D. 1 provement and refinement aro every- in Ills tent, he slipped and fell, break
Lakcviciv, Oregon, August 4, 1902.)
mains will be shipped to Hah Diego, Wanner, Geo. Engle and E. V. Car i where visible, ami Main street is imw ing the ligaments of one feet and
as tine a street as can he seen In giving it a violent sprain.
Notice is hereby given that in com
Cal., for re-interment.
pliance with the provisions of the act of
ter. prepare a memorial which will j towns of far greater pretentions.
Mrs. E. I. Applegate and sister, Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
The Ashland Ixiard of trade has lie submitted to the executive com- straight, smooth slid bordered with Miss Ella Ogden, have gone to Ne
A't for the sale of timber land in the
Ik proposition from a California man mittee of tin* Isiard, and to be signed ' shade trees, it is in itself most at- vada City, where they will visit rela I states of California, Oregon, Nevada,
i tractive to theeye.
Along this mag-
to build a w<Kilim mill, worth 82->,- by Its president and secretary, cali ' nitlcent avenue we journeyed, and tives until the middle of December, and Washington Territory” as extend
ed to all the Public Land States by act
000, at Ashland, providing people of Ing attention of the department lo from thence by side streets to the race when they go to San Jose to spend of August 4, 1«92, the following persons
the winter, accompanied by Mr. E.
mall service. track. It is a regulation mile track 1. Applegate. Mr. and Mrs. Apple have this day filed fn this office their
that place will take stix k aggregat the unsatisfactory
sworn statements to w it:
The board of trade Copies will lx* sent to each of Ore sixty feet wide and from start to gate will return here in the spring.
Hnisli is as level as a house floor and
IS THE PLACE TO GET
tabled the pniposition.
T. F. Nicholas and wife who spent of Airlio, comity of Polk, state of Ore-
without a flaw. On this It will be
a luxury for horses to show their
The case of C. E. Dutro vs. J. A.
purchase of the Lot 1, section 2, town
April for the east., returned here ship
37, 8., range 9 E.
McIntire, being an action to recover
Moore's Comedians arrived here speed, and a luxury to those who see
them go. It Is safe to say there is last week and expect to remain per
money, appeared In Judge Baldwin s Tuesday night too late to give an en no liner track in Oregon, and perhaps manently. They spent tlie summer
CMrShop near Duffy’s Store.
of Airlie, county of Polk, state of Ore
court yesterday. The plantiff's com tertainment, that evening and hence no other as good.
The lalxir and In St. Louis and points in Indiana. gon, sworn statement, No. 1118. for the
plaint wax presented and then ths <*OUld not open their engagement un skill of preparation Is astonishing, t>ut found the climate not so healthy | purchase Of th* Lot 3, section 1, town
as It is here and aie glad to get back. ship 37, 8., range 9 E.
defendant was granted until next til last night.
They were delayed and especially In the short time since
That they will offer proof to show
it was commenced, and those who
11. D. Maplesden, agent for the that the land sought is moro valuable
by one of their Imrses taking sick on attend Hie fair will be delighted to
Wednesday to prepare an answer.
for its timber or stone than for agricul
¡see so great a transformation of what
It Is reported that Charles
pay bis annual visit to Klamath Falls; tural purposes, and to establish their
ervs, who was employed at, one ti me packed houses at Alturas and have was n weed-covered prairie only a on Monday, October 27th. All par-1. claim .. tn said
_ land before J. O. Ilama-
few weeks ago.
ties who have ordered nursery «stock . o%' 'Patunl
on the Medford Mail, and who later done well Hiianclally thus far through
The Kinmath County Live Stock
We rode around the trick, observ
request (Ml to meet nltn promptly ■ o^ober, lfH)2.
published a paper at Oregon City,
ing the busy crowd building fences ami are ,1....
will pay the above re
on that day, as he has other points i Thev name as witnesses:
his completed arrangements to start tunes during their absence was the making other necessary preparations
ward for the arrest and conviction of
Near to the track, the
That serious Illness of Mrs. Moore In Aug for the fair.
another paper at Medford,
to 810.00 or more who come for their W. E. Arant, of Klamath Falls, Oregon ;
any person or persons found guilty of
ust when engagements were cancel- next greatest object of attention is j stock on the f flrst day of delivery, | Eugene B. Henry, of Klamath Falls,
Stealing or altering the marks or
town already has three papers.
—■ ‘ 1 Oregon: Goorge l’otras, of Airlie, Ore
ed and she was taken D) San Fran-
i will he presented with one Winter
brands of any stock helohgtng to any
It Is reporteil that the tisll ladder
ller grand stand 64 feet long, 30 feet wide, Banana apple.
All whose orders are gon ; Edwaid Patras, of Airlie, Oregon.
tneinbeb Of this association.
Any and all persona claiming adverse-
with wide and well arranged seats, ¡ less than 810.1)0 who come for their
At Klamathon is a |xxir arrangement
Address Chas. Horton, Président
health Is now fully restored, as her the highest being 24 feet above the
, ly the above-described lands are re-
and has not accommodated the sal-
j stock on the Hist, day of delivery will
or J. O. Hamaker,Secretary.
' numerous friends here will be glad to ground, and from every one of which be presented with one Iceberg black ' quested to Hie their claims in thia office
I on or before said 18th day of October,
toon during their run, thousands of
From this place they will go a perfect view of all the track is ob berry. Mr. Maplesden will be pres 1902.
them having lieen kilted In attempt
E. M. BRATTA1N, Register;
ent In person this year to attend to
to Lakeview and from there south
more can be seen than the track and
ing to go over it.
If » suff<*h*nt lad
Any and all trees not
Later in the season the gallant array of fast horses that all deliveries.
called for on October 27., and which
der were provided, there would be 'in when the weather Will not permit
occupy It. In the distance one sees arc left on the delivery ground will
flhtindance of salmon in the river
tiaveling agreeably In wagons, the the. great ranges of snow capped lie at the risk of the parties who gave
company will either use the railroad mountains, prominent among which the order. Remember, Mr. Maplcs-
A. W. or will he dissolved and Mr. and Mrs. and chief of them all Is Mount Shas- ; i den will be here promplv and hopes
Eastern Hats, Waistings, Flannels, Ready-mad*
ta, whose hoary head, 15000 feet
Ilryan, proprietor of Bryan's station Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Galarne.au alxive sea level, Is seen glittering | I that all patrons will also.
Gowns and Skirts. Full line of Children’s Hood* and
and the Lakevlcw-Pal«ley stage Hn<*, will return here to remain during the among the clouds that surround It.
seen Mr. Maplesden when he wafc
The grand stand Is built in the most here during Hie summer, and who
found a den of rattlesnakes on the
Jacketc: also Cushion Covers, Embroidery Silk, Linen*.
substantial manner, and will easily would like to purchase nursery stock,
knoll opposlto Ills horn«' at Clover H i •
With a reasonable assurance that seat at, least 500 spectators.
Under are requested to interview him on
a few days ago. «"d when he go
the railroad from Laird's wilt be the seats there Is a wide room 80 feet October 27. A cordial Invitation is
through killing, he counted 20 rat-
CENTRAL MILLINERY STORE,
i completed to Klamath Falls next long, in which fruit, Howers, vegeta extended to the citizens of Klamath
tiers. That was a pretty K""<’ ,U-V !
bles and other articles for exhibition Falls and vicinity to call and see our
I year and the prospect of securing will be displayed. All In all, the ad
¡connections with the outside world mirable arrangements throughout stock whether yon are a purchaser or
For a pleasant physic take Cham
Look Out for Fever.
Rev. A. K. Glover, an Epl»<'<'P'il ¡In other directions via the proposed cannot fail to please every one who
berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablet*.
Keno for the purpose of delivering
clergyman from Portland, preached ¡Otluinbla Southern and Coos Bay attends. Next year the grounds will
Biliousness and titer disorders at Easy to take.
nursery st<x k, on Saturday, October
Pleasant in effect;
two excellent sermons before appr<- I Salt Lake City lines, there has been be still more perfected, and many 25. The facts stated above concern
this season may be prevented by For sale bv Chitwood & Co.
dative audiences In
PresbyUrhin 1 Ù growing tusl1 for this county and things which could not now he built ing the Klamath Falls delivery will
cleansing the system with DeWitt's
on account of the shortness of the also be applicable to the delivery at
church here last Bunday mnriilng and • here Is no likelihood lh.it the ap
Little Early Risers.
time, will then be added. But so far Keno.
little pills do not gtlpe. TH<V move medicines of all kinds—«nOiigh t4
He l. a man of exception, proaching winter will check tile In- as the track and the grand stand are
Buckingham and Hecht Warenton A. O. U* W. BUILDING, the bowels gently, but copiously, and kill you if sick, make you sick If not)
ability and a fluent speaker and «11 i
On the contrary, concerned all will agree that they are
..... 4 fluent •Pe**"r """
flu]l of investors.
by reason of the tonic properties, I continually on hand at the Bxowlsier
shoes and felts, at Excelsior.
who heard him were highly I”' • 'j
0 jsevcry reason to believe that
give font and strength to the glands Dairy, Or, •
! Dairy, Orejón,
He It ft Tuesday for Lakeview.
i the activity will
Increase, with the
lu this part of tUc i»t Atc **' ,lh 1111
Conflagration at Klamathon.
< Clothing and Groceries
The Best Assortment We
Have Ever Showii
New Stock Now Arriving.
L. F. WILLITS, Proprietor
THIS SPACE BELONGS
► EXCELSIOR -4
I. F. Davies, Prop.
coun TV, oré *
Klamath Falls Marble Yard
First Class Work of ail Kinds in Stone,
fi. D. GRIZZLE, Prop.
And Ready for Business.
Developing and Printing for
Amateurs a Specialty;