Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1890 Page: 3 of 4
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—-XL S. Gov’t Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
J. C. Ames, of Fort Worth, is in
Mr. and Mrs. Trice Elliston, of
Christian, are in the city.
Miss Julia Morrison, of Bryson, 1
is visiting friends in the city."
1J. M. McCaw, of Bryson, made
the Gazette a pleasant call this
;s Lizzie White, of Young
ty, is the guest of Mrs. George
\Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loving, of
Lost, Valley,are spending the week
It is too much to have to scratch
for a living and for relief also.
Hunt’s Cure will not help you in
ill sure cure
H. H. McConnell.
Use Mineral Wells Crystals for
G. M. Tucker, of Antelope, made fpr.mer ?fse’ but^ill 1
the Gazette a pleasant call while the itch or d costs you
attending the fair.
Mr. Bud Mrs* Jss. P. Biid , . , ,
Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Bowles, of Chris- dyspepsia, biliousness, sick head-
tian, are spending the week in town, ache costiveness and all kidney
0 nrwl Inron tliannanci ' I' n A n'Alillill A
S. Jacobs and G
fnyn Newport, with their families,
are spending the week in town at-
tending the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moore and
SECOND ANNUAL PAIR
WE ARE READY FOR THE
gALL AND WINTER,
We have taken special care in the selection for this
department, and are satisfied that we have a line
of ready-made clothing that in style, quality, fit and
finish will be satisfactory to the most careful buyer.
and liver diseases. The genuine
P. Whitaker, has on the box the large letters,
M. W. C. W. A. 6m
II. If. McConnell has received
this week a very choice line of
jewelry—styles and designs en-
children, of Pleasant Valley, have tirely new—lace pins, sleeve but-
been attending the fair. Mrs. Moore tons, rings, chains, all of the better-
left this morning for Bryson where grades fully warranted. tf
„he wtif visit relatives. School boy or girl if you want
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wilson, of any kind of brush go to the Star
Copper, New Mexico, are visiting Drug Store for paper and en-
Mrs. Wilson’s parents. Miss Hat- velopes of all sorts and sizes for
tie Hensley who has been spending we have the best assortment of
several months with Mrs. Wilson combs and soaps U ever saw. tf
______ _ \V e predict for Cheatham’s Taste-
less Chill Tonic an unprecedented
success. The well known reputa-
tion of its manufacturers is, of
itself, an ample guarantee of its
j superior merits. H. II. McCon-
Summer cometh on apace, and
soon will the granger be engaged
! in his annual struggle with chills
i and fever. Take time by the fore-
: lock and lay in a supply of Cheat-
ham’s Tasteless Chill Tonic that
yonr days may be many. II. H.
When the hair shows signs of
failing, begin at once to use Ayer’s
Hair Vigor. This preparation
strengthens the scalp, promotes
the growth of new hair, restores
the natural color to gray and faded
hair, and renders it soft, pliant,
and glossy. It
u No disease among my chickens,
finest of plumage, plenty of egg,
with less food,” is what Mr. W. B.
j Smith Business Manager of the
Glasgow (Ky.) Times, says since
using Ganter’s magic chicken
cholera cure for three years. II. H.
j McConnell. It
Of all the changing around, put-
ting in of additional shelves and
high stacking of new goods we
have seen this year, we saw yes-
terday at McComb, Eastiu &
Knox’s. They have boot* and
shoes enough for the entire county
and othe.r things in proportion, tf
. If yon desire a lamp for little
money see our cheap glass lamps.
If you want still more light on the
subject see our elegant line of
Rochester tamps, targe hanging tamps
. or shaded stand lamps and if you
want a night lamp that will make
no smoLein the room when burning
all night we have it,
McComb, Eastin & Knox, tf
A few very pointed reasons why
Cheatham’s Tasteless Chill Tonic
, will be a great success. It is ab-
solutely free from all deleterious
ingredients; as pleasant to the
taste as honey; an absolute and
never-failing cure for all malarious
complaints. Guaranteed to cure.
What more could you ask ? H.
H. McConnell.’ lm
Notwithstanding The celebrated
Popejoy soap, Ed. Wolffarth has
on hand, seven different kinds of
soap, which he sells from 12 to 22
bars for one dollar. He also has
the Moyune Bland mixed tea, in
pound and half pound caddies;
potted meats,.chow-chow, potted
mustard, Berkshire sauce, in fact,
anything in the groceryTine which
he sells cheap for cash. tf
SALT CREEK IS DRY!
Knowing there would be considera-
ble demand for transportation up this
noted stream from now until Fall,
and as the ascent (up Salt Creek)
can’t be made this season by wind and
water, we take this method of inform-
altjiough there has been a decided advance in every- lUg1 those Who are to gO, that W6 haV6
_ thing made of leather, we placed our orders before the . .
Hon. s. w- T. Lanham Addresses advance, and propose giving our customers the ad van- jL*-Sb received a Car load Of the COl©-
tage of this early buying, which means a large saving, j
Of Jack County. Programme
Carried Out—Fine Horses
and Cattle Exhibited.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Our stock is unusually large and attractive, and
FOBEWAESEB IS FOEEABMEB.
In mpst diseases, cure depends npon
the prapiptnrws with which remedies are
admiliisti-i-pd. " If the remedy he taken
when, symptoms of disease first mani-
fest themselves and before the normal
strength of the body is greatly impaired,
the complaint may often be checked and
enrod in the beginning, the sufferer thus
esrqFTfig siclfirc** of perhaps a fatal
cliariteter. This is especially true of com.
plaints to \v1iiCli the young are liable.
I’-irVt symptoms are often neglected,
simply because no effective remedy
happens to be at hand, and it is not
until the disease has gained consider-
able htmdw.-vy that means are taken to
arrest its.cmuMO.. A1 :^s, Ih>\y frequently
those . . .
Every fioHsehold, therefore —and, for
that mattes, every individual — should
Ik: provided with a few simple remedies
for the common complaints to which
all are exposed. As no.complaints are
more common than those of the throat
-aaiijijng*', .. wt* and efficacious ano-
dyne should always be Within reach.
\V; U;*v.- iHs n impelled to make these
cautionary remirk-s by happening to
notice in a recent paper the case of a
child who would, undoubtedly, have
died of croup had there not been jji the
hous" part of a bottle of Ayer’s Cherry
Pectoral. The following incident re-
lated by tli.1 father of the little one,
should "ertainly impress every parent
with the necessity of being forearmed
for n similar emergency : —
“ One of mgvhiMfeu had c*rmp. The
cane wits attended by < ::r physician,
and was snpposetf.t® he well under con-
trol. Ot nighi I was startled by tin*
clihB^lpyd cm Ewtatjr to
»d him strangling. He
eefaSsl to breathe.
iuBggp < Sild’s alarming condition
VI heeoin p<Ap^>te in spite , f the »«-<!-
ealrcurfy .Wjnitiisteigd, I remnmed
(jcl» rejnedStHs would hoof no a\i:il.
Jfas i 11? Hfrvff of/ftlmf t le of Ayer's (’hen ;,
Vectors I in tne bouse, f gave the child
shwit iatarrSIs. ami
anxiottsly wr.iti'd resnirs Fr< ra the
jnomeur the pectoral was given, the
chilli’s tirratiling gfinv easier, and in a
short time he. was slurping quietly and
breathing naturally. The child is alive
and well to-day, and I do not hesitate
to sat t hat Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral saved
Two Thousand People on
The second annual fair of Jack
county opened at 10:30 o’clock,
Tuesday morning, October 14th,
with music by the Jacksboro Cor-
net band. The opening address
was made by Sil Stark, president
of the association. In his remarks
Mr. Stark stated that owing to the
financial pressure and the nnfavor- j
able outlook for crops in the early |
part of the season, collections had
been slow, therefore the grounds
could not be purchased early, but
about two months ago the associa-
tion decided to hold a fair, the
directors started out for business,
and it would not allow any obsta-
cle to come between them and
success, and so we are now here
to witness the opening of the sec-
ond annual Jack county fair. Al-
though the exhibits are not as full
as they'should be to do justice,
to the county, Mr. Stark said he !
was happy to be able to announce
that the grounds,115acreshadbeen
Our Dress Goods, Staple and Notion Departments are
up to the standard as usual.
We are the people for Groceries and
Bradley vs. King.
Mr. Bradley takes up nearly
bought and paid for, and that there three columns of his valuable
was cash in the treasury to pay all space in the Sentinel last week, in
debts against the Jack County replying to my former communi-
. ' ■ GOOD timber and bone dry
Bring your cotton to US And will sell those wishing to buy
and buy your Fall and first class wagon, something that V
J. W. AYNES & CO. Term and Prices on Ap-
JOHN HENSLEY & SON.
guarantee to give satisfaction, so give
us a call.
About 35 acres of the land
cation, but was so over charged
si that he missed the question en-
laid out in two acre lots, and is tirely. What is the issue between
known as the Fairmouut Park Ad- us Mr. Bradley ? I stated at Bry-
dition to Jacksboro. These lots son that I defied any man to point
will be sold to the highest bidder to any official act of mine that was
The remainder of not justified by the law or the rul-
the land, about eighty acres will ings of the State Superintendent.
be properly laid out and perma- Yon took exceptions to this and
nent and suitable improvements cited my action in refusing to qual-
will be erected. The policy of the ify the trustees of district No. 1.
company is to push improvements In reply I published the letter of
as fast as possible without iucur- the State Superintendent as the
A car load of wire at McComb,
Eastiu & Kuox’s. tf
The UdtJS-school shoes at Me-
Comb, Eastiu & Knox’s. tf
Go to Robinson & McComb for
bacco at closing prices. tf
J. W. Rsiper has the best coffee
that can be bought, 4 lbs. for 81. tf
* King’s Axle Grease,” the best
ou earth, at McConnell’s drug store.
Mineral Wells Crystals cure sick
headache. Sold by H. H Me Con-
Jl* A new line of looking glasses—
*!’ aizes—at McConnell's drug
tin & Knox will
rand pay everv
J. W. Raper has a very fine as-
sortment of candies,
in that line you want. tf
Preaching in the Presbyterian
church Saturday night. Commum
n Sabbath morning.
Robinson & McComb have some
lines which they wish to close out,
anioug which is tobaccos. - tf
That fired feeling now so often
beard of. is entirely overcome bv
Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which gives
ring any indebtedness.
PREMIUMS AWARDED FIRST DAY.
HORSES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES.
Best horse, 4 years old or over,
J. N. Chambers.
basis of my action. After sub-
mitting the facts to the Attorney
General he writes as follows: ‘‘Un-
der your statement you have a
perfect right to appoint trustees
Second best horse 4 years old to succeed those who were illegally
or over, E. S. Rector.
elected.” And now Mr. Bradley
Best horse 3 years old. Joe Bor- comes out in a three column com
Beet horse 2 years old, A
Best spring colt, G. W. Moore.
munication trying to show that
the State Superintendent had no
power to make such a ruling. That
has nothing to do with the ques-
Second best spring colt, T. W. tion. DidTiis ruling (whether right
Garrett. or wrong) justify my course 4 Mr.
second day. Bradley’s interpretation of the
Hon. S. W. T. Lanham, spoke on law may be very satisfactory to
the fair grounds at 2 o’clock to himself, but we rather think he
more than two thousand people, will meet with some difficulty in
and at the close of his speech he convincing the people of Jack
was enthusiastically applauded by! county that he knows more about
his old friends and constituents, Texas laws than Superintendent
whom he has so faithfully repre- Cooper or Attorney General Hogg.
As to all your twaddle about my
statement to Superintendent Coop-
The Price of Scrip.
Correspondence of the Gazkttr.
The County Judge tries to make
the people believe the price of
jury scrip to have been raised by
his financial skill and ability, and
lowered by the Gazette and oth-
ers “ hawking it down,” as he calls
it. He further says it was lower
this year than at any time the past
four or five years.
The County Judge knows the
price of jury scrip was advanced
by the county paying 90 to 95 cents
for it out of the permanent school
fund. Who would sell scrip for
A. JASPER & COMPANY
SADDLES AND HARNESS
___ AND DEALERS IN 1
WEST SIDE SQUARE, JACKSBORO. TEXAS.
less than 90 cents when the treas- Total Amount to the Credit of
sented in congress for years.
Everyone has a smiling face and er I have nothing to say. If you
all are delighted over the fact that wish to see the letter you know
the fair association owns its where to get it. It certainly would
grounds* have been very silly in me to make
E. S. Dunn’s Poland China pigs any statements that I could not
are very fine and attracted the at- verify. By the way why did you
tention of all who are interested ’ never call for this letter one year
ago when this same subject was
exhibition a iu controversy ?
Aud nobody but me and my
meata! and be
1 have in 1
grass 01 inks of vara
can sell to tndr chant
price*. ” if. H. Met
thicki.m, aud g
it growth of hair, to
Col. A. M. Carter and Hon. S.
W. T. Lanham Addressed
a Large Audience
Hon. A. M. Carter, of Tyrant,
Anything candidate for the state senate, ad-
dressed a large and appreciative
audience at the court house last
night. He is a very pleasant and
eloquent speaker and a logical
rcasoner. Col. Carter is decidedly
iu favor of the commission amend-
ment, is an old friend and sup-
porter of Gen. Hogg, is iu favor
of railroads but believes thev
should be Hitroli. 1 i.y the pee
pic. He is a man of fi-n. ability
and one in whom the. people < an
repose the r eoufiii
ot'c, faithful and
sentatlye. He 1
applauded dfiiing I . _
Hon. S. W. I. Laubam followed
Col. Carter, in hie able aud elo-
questions. When he arose to
speak he was greeted with rounds
of applause by the entire house.
Few men are held in as high es-
in blooded hogs.
N. Oliver has on
cow that is a natural curiosity. She
is three years old aud has hoofs friends consider the last election
which are 15 to 20 inches iu length, as a vindication of my course??
G. W. Moore exhibited some Well, as my friends were about
very fine horses Tuesday evening, three-fourths of the voters at that
Yesterday was school day at the election you ought to be satisfied
fair. The faculty aud students with the verdict. In one place
of the Jack County Educational you say that I refused to qualify
Institute, about 200 in number, these trustees because I was
marched out, each department in afraid they would uot hire me as
uniform, with badges inscribed teacher. Now don’t you know
J. C. E. I. Prof. Aston, principal that those three men did at that
of the Center Point Academy was time and do now prefer King &
also in column with his students Wester to auy other teachers for
who wore blue badges inscribed the school at Jacksboro ? And yet
C. P. A. in another place you say I sent a
John Hensley & Son have a nice, friend to ask them to come and
display of hardware and tinware be qualified. Is there any con-
among which is a fine “ Reliable ” sistency in these two statements ?
oil stove. Don’t be so reckless in yonr as-
sertions. Now Mr. Bradley why
do you evade the point in regard
Ihear, it is reported that I have to those petitions ? Nobody deifies
your right to print what you please
nor does any one wish to interfere
with your private business but
what we waut to know is why you
directed those petitions in Jackshoro,
and sent them to Whitt and Wcath-
withdrawn from the race for sur-
veyor of this (Jack) county. The
report is a mistake, for I shall be
in the race until the result is de-
cided by the election in November.
W. R. Sikes.
urer is authorized to pay that out
of the permanent school fund ? Of
course if the county makes
the jury scrip worth 90 cents all
others must pay that if they buy.
But the Judge also says he ad-
vised against the purchase of jury
scrip with school fund money.
Then* the Judge was in no wise
responsible for such advance in
price,, and it >yas due to enact-
ments of commissioners’ court
without his advice. The County
Judge also says the court has
ceased to purchase jury scrip with
school fund money as he advised
that there was no law authorizing
such purchase. Now the county
going out of the market as a pur-
chaser at 90 to 95 cents, those
who buy ate not compelled to pay
that any longer, hence the price
declines aud the County Judge
advising against the purchase of
the jury scrip by the county is the
cause of the decline, and not the
Gazette or others “ hawking it
down.” It was “hawked down”
by the county ceasing to buy and
pay more for it than speculators
want to. We do not criticise the
Judge for advising against said
purchase, we believe in plumbing
the law; but the Judge seeks to
make it appear that the rise was
due to his financial skill, aud that
the decline is due to those who
seek to “beat Jones.” The rise,
as we have shown was due to the
management of county affairs.
The rise was brought about ac-
cording to the Judge, by the com-
missioners doing contrary to his
advice. The decline is due to the
management of county affairs, aud
according to the Judge, was by
the commissioners following his
advice. Therefore the rise in the
price of jury scrip was in spite of
the County Judge, aud the decline
caused by the County Judge. * *
A Big Cyclone at Newhope.
Corresiicuilencc of tiro G azkttk.
1 am not in the habit of writing
to papers, but i wanted to tell you
something aboui the picnic. Last
Saturday evening two candidates
came into town ; by .those who
were acquainted with them called
one Col. Taylor and the other
Judge Jones. Col. Taylor, I be-
lieve could have made a good talk,
but he had the wrong sow by the
ear. However, they went on and
the School Districts of
oiffarth i« running a first
erford to be mailed t Is that your gave the Democratic convention
59 & 19
26 school 1
28 school 1
•nee as 1 patH-
excellent meals «t all hours. 1 in
yon ft lw
keep its color natural as iu youth, qnent style, on national
and to remove dandruff use only
Hall’s Hair Renewer. G
Go to Robinson & MeOomb for
>nre drugs, cheap notions and (lie
paints and oils. We will make teeui the people of this country
you a little closer prices than ever. as Hanham, and he also has
H you want io know the exact
and latest styles in hats aud dress-
privute business too ?
As to the letter pi mine you
speak of, let ns have it. If you
wish the contifivers: to degener-
ate into personal “ mud slinging”
of in tor:!
and its candidates fits until about
9 o’clock when a Democratic cy-
clone struck them. So it was
like the two wild cats that had the
fight, in less thau ten minutes all
T. N. Brown, Co. Supt.
Win. Timmons. Postmaster of
I da v file, lud., writes: “Electric
1 also loner, ren items that could be seen of them was ail other medicines combined, for
the fur dying iu the air. Now. Mr. that bad feeling arising from kid-
Editor, if you publish cyclones, iiey and liver trouble,” John Los-
es, consult Miss Wyse, at McComb, that J «'n selected from all the
Eastiu & Knox's. tf candidates upon whom to vent
---- yonr spleen ? Does the old dart
taiion dial would, perhaps,
earing reading to some
Why is it, Mr. Bradley, yon can publish this one.
To the Ladies!
We fake pleasure in informing
you that we have added to our
business a millinery department,
with Miss \\ yse, who is thorough-
ly skilled, in charge. Miss Wyse
is from Fort Worth, is well posted
in all the latest styles and will
take pleasure in showing goods
and giving aU desired information
about latest fashions^both as to
ladies’ hats aud dresses. Our la-
dies’ hats have>rrivedjand were
seiected4under the*supervision of
Miss Wyse: and will be fonnd*to
be the most elegant ever brought
to this market. Y ou will have only
to see our beautiful^line of orna-
ments and trimmings for hats to
know that you can get any'kind of
hat that the*most^fastidious could
desire. This is a new department
with us and we desire to build up
a trade in thisyline^andj’you can
rest assured that no pains will be
spared to please and give satisfac-
tion, both as to quality and price.
McComb, Eastin & Knox, tf
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield,
IU., makes the statement that she
caught cold which settled on her
lungs; she was treated for a month
by her family physician, but grew
worse. He told her she was a
nopcless riotim of consumption and
that no mediciue could cure her
Her druggist suggested Dr. King’s
New Discovery for Consumption;
she bought a bottle and to her de-
light found herself benefited from
first dose. She continued its use
and after taking ten bottles, found
herself sound and well, now does
her own housework and is as well
as she ever was—Free trial bot-
tles of this Great Discovery at H.
11. McConnell’s drug store, large
bottles 50c. and $]. 2
Of Candidates for the Flection,
Tuesday, November 4th, 1890.
local l oading notices for candidates
will be inserted at same price as any other
business reading notices
For Distrirt and County Clerk 7
VVe are authorized to announce I>. B. Gllli-
Isnd :-s a candidate for re-election to the
office of district r.ml countv clerk of .lack
county, Texas. Etc tion Nov. 4th 1890.
'-V’e a e authorized to announce A. I.
I’arrott as a candidate for 'he office of shi'riif
and tix collector ol duck co ntv at tin
November do. ti u.
still rankle in your bosom ? Have
Will give the highest market £°1,1 Bome J>rivate Sru.dp ,to 8at'8
price for good, fat cows in exchange Are y°«*t,ie »Pecial champion
_ ____x___ 1 — ^ AT ATr Th Antn ct $ i 'aiiUi t*Aii hnln
Read that over again and remem- very many warm personal f“'endS|gee me.
k«r it. tf of lon£ standing.
Sticky is the lady who chances,
at be time cholera breaks ont
among her poultry, to have on
hand a bottle of Ganter’s chicken
cholera etre, which is sold “no
core, no by H. II. McCon-
When Baby was sick, we gave her Costorla,
When she wai a Child, die cried for Castoria,
When she became Mias, she clung to Castoria,
Whas she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
for cutaway harrows. Come and fjf^r. Thomas? Couldn’t you help
E. 8. Dunn. 4t
lie, farmer and stockman, of same
Millinery Goods ! Millinery
The ladies of the town and <*oun-
ty are respectfully invited to call
and examine our new arrival of
pattern hats and bonnets, plumes
The Best Yet.
the balance of your ticket a little j and tips, ribbons and other new
and give me a rest! Or do you
think Thomas needs it the worst ?
II. W. Hubbard, Dallas, Texas Section is uot traubling you
me “honors are
T. lb King.
whose advertisement of the Cele- Cmsv ”
brated Cotton Gin appears else-____
where is selling them at lower The Star Drug Store offers to
price than any other first-class close out some special lines, to-
gin. \\ me him today, as he can bacco, tea, &c. Robinson & Mc-
suit yon as to price and terms. Comb for notions. tf
best kidney and
medicine, made me feel like a new
man.” J. W. Gardner, hardware
merchant, same town, says: Elee-
trie Bitters is just the thing for a
man who is all run down and don’t
rare whether lie lives or dies
found new strength, good nppe-
Only 50c a bottle,
i t II. 11. McConnell’s drug store.2
For Ia.v Assessor:
’’ c fill! SuUioroed fo Mmouucc the name of
T. L Durham i s a candidate for the office
f assessor of taiw < f Jack county a’ the
November election I Mr).
tor County Superintendent.
it e sre authorized to annouuce L. U. Thom-
as, us u c«: didate for election to the office
of county -up riiitoudeiit of '#ek county,
1 exas. Election Nov 4th. 1SU0.
For Justice of the Pence :
style trimmings. The goods have
veil se eeted by a practical mil- tile and felt just like he had a
liner, from the best houses in the lrHse on life) Only 50c
hast. \\ e produce genteel, styl-
ish hats, such jih ladies wear in
large cities. The children were
not forgotten this time. Wo can
show you many new things for
them. Price and styles guaran-
teed. J. W. Aynes & Co. tf
Wo. arc Authorized to announce the name of
lie i '• 'Y Stark a-' ucandidate for the office of
i juet i i- of the i-t.8vi fer precinct No. 1, Jack
j i- runty, Texa at the November.cl di m.
Don't fail to see our new fall
stock and learn oui fallen prices.
Prices will tell more than we can
in print. McComb. Eastin &
ft v arc authorized to annouuee the name of"
M. A. t.o-.vdy a.- a *-:o dhlr,t-- for the office t>f
ju-ti' -- of i he pea.e lor precinct Vo. i, Jack,
i.ijuii’y, 'iV'.vte, ill Uic November elect km.
The iadtes wifi welcome with de-
light the elegant millinery aud
dress making department at IVfe-
Comb, Eastiu A Knox's. tf
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Rogers, J. N. & Rogers, Alice M. Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1890, newspaper, October 16, 1890; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730241/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.