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100 YEARS AGO Nov. 24, 1913 LEAD HILL — That Hiram Bilyeau of Tonopah, Nev., likes the hunting for quail in the vicinity of Lead Hill is evidenced by the fact that he has caused his English setter dog Frank, to travel 16,000 miles and has paid out $112 in fares for the dog’s transportation to and from this town.

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  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 18 on 11/24/2013
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