Went out yesterday and did some probing on a part of the block that we hadn't hit previously. Nothing really jumped out as worth digging but my son dug a small hole where I felt some crunch and pulled out a bit of 1940's stuff and I dug a disturbed area that felt a little different than the rest of the lot; my hole ended up being a small privy loaded with a ton of bricks but with a 1' or so use layer at the bottom. Unfortunately it only had 2 broken and 1 whole bottle in it, but fortunately the whole bottle was a good one-Jno. Parker pharmacy bottle from Galveston. I've been digging Galveston for 10 years and never found one from Parker before that was actually marked Galveston (he has some bottles that are marked from Bowling Green). Filled that hole in and moved back to where I've been digging for the last year and got into a trash pit that was loaded with sauce bottles...mostly Leudemann's Sauce but one Eddys Brand Sauce (never seen one before but I believe this held Eddys Old English Sauce, sold out of New York). Nothing special out of there but at least things were turning up. The milk bottle shard was a Charles Balez bottle; never knew until yesterday that he even had embossed milk bottles.