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allowed, for it is public property', and others should go and
stop there also.''
For a time a few people went, but the sanitarium is
now in ruins, and is only habitable in dry weather when
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holes in roofs and walls are no inconvenience to the visitor.
It is necessary when visiting this lovely little spot to take
with one all the provisions required during the stay, a
plentiful supply of pure water, and every article of fur-
niture, such as beds, tables, chairs, and wardrobes. Having