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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1904.
the thing of the greatest impor
tance is that you get the very
best of medicine. That means,
getting your prescriptions at the
H. O. ROLFS,
We deliver your prescriptions.
f Big Discount
8 1-2 off I
k Straw Hats. 8
i 1-4 ff
8 1-4 off g
They Must Go.
All Summer Goods
in this Sale.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL-
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Watch Tower Park.
Special attractions all this
FaJry Land evnd
ful Lamp in...
This is certainly one of
the finest selections
ever witnessed. Bring
your families. Dinner
and refreshments serv
ed. H. E. KRELL,
Both 'phones. Manager.
THE GOOD OLD
SUMMER TIME $
is when you will appreciate a
dish of our ire cream. It is so
delicious and refreshing that
you can easily perceive the pure
ami wholesome materials that
we use in making iL We are
the only people in the city who
serve pure ice cream at our
soda fountain. Remember, our
glasses and spoons are thor
oughly washed after each drink
Fancy Confectionery 8
We rae always ready to take
your party order for fancy ice
creams and fruit ices.
Agency and Information
207-209 Brady St., Davenport, la.
Claims, accounts and informations
solicited everywhere. Both 'Phones...
t n in i
TO PREVENT FIRES
Representative National Board I'c
derwritra Adviaea Employment
of Electrical Inspector.
SPURIOUS APPLIANCES GET IN
Town Suffers From Dishonest Manu
facturer and Unscrupulous
William S. Koyl, representing the
electrical bureau of the National
Hoard of Fire Underwriters, was pres
ent at the meeting of the Rock Island
city council last evening, and pointed
out to the aldermen the advantage of
maintaining a municipal electrical in
sictor. Mr. IJoyd is a practical man
and it is his business to go over the
country calling on council and trying
to induce them to adopt ordinances
creating the office of electrical inspec
tor. The insurance companies feel
safer in doing business with communi
ties where there is one of these inspec
tors. Mr. Boyd stated that in many of the
larger centers there were manufactur
es of spurious electrical appliances,
and that it was an easy matter to dis
pose of their wares in places where
there was not some person on guard
whose particular function was to pass
on every article of electrical installa
tion and say whether it was up to the
standard required by the provisions of
the city ordinances.
Klectricity virtually was in its in
fancy. Mr. Boyd said. To the man who
was building a new home the poorest
job of electrical installation would,
nine times in ten, appear as perfect to
him as the very best. The absence of
an inspector let down the bars not
alone for the dishonest manufacturer,
but for the unscrupulous contractor.
I'.nlillrel to trt-t iu llrrr.
In a city the size of Kock Island, Mr.
Boyd said the tax payers were entitled
to this protection, the cost of which
was insignificant compared to the re
sults attained. One fire traceable to
defertive wiring might cause more
damage in five minutes than it would
require to pay the salary of inspector
three years. He urged, however, should
the council create such an office, to be
careful in the selection of the man to
fill the psit ion. He should be every
inch practical, and honest, and fear
less. Mr. Boyd said that the frequency of
small tires traceable to defective wir
ing or inferior appliances had created
a panic among the insurance compan
ies it the country; and in not a few
cities where the manufacturers of
cheap goods had gotten in their work
the companies had been forced to
withdraw, and refuse to accept the
risks. It was a business proposition
all around. Mr. Boyd said, and be
hoped the council of Hock Island
would lose no time in seeing the ad
vantage contained in the suggestions
that he hud offered.
4 ilrne-t for rt li Hrlil- l.rt.
The Clinton Bridjio & Iron company
was awarded the contract for huildllg
the proposed double-span bridge across
tin1 north branch of Iloek rive r, bavin-;
had the lowest bid of the seven re
ceived. $n.7;."t. and S.Tri per cubic
yard for extra concreting in strength
ening the piers. The council adjourn
ed to 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
when it will visit the south bridge
that has just been completed by the
Clinton company and vote its approval
of the same, if it is satisfactory to the
aldermen. The north bridge will he
built without delay, and will be finish-j
od this fall in plenty time, it is prom
ised, to allow the Tri-City Railway
company to have its electric cars in
operation to Milan before the snow
Mlllrr l Mover n Harn.
Chief Miller has been taken for a
strong man before, having been called
upon to tear up the street railway
'racks, anel there is no reason why a
little job like removing a barn should
jar his muscles. The structure in
question protrudes in the street at
Fifth avenue between First and Sec
ond streets. The Rink Island Fuel
company had been housing horses
there, but when the company was re
minded that it was fudging on the
public thoroughfare it replied that it
did not own the ham. and therefore
lid nor feel cat'e-d upon to disturb it.
Other parties l:o were understood to
have an interest in it were seen, but
they disclaimed ownership, and ac
cordingly the council has taken iiMn
itself to clear the street, and has or
dered Chief Miller to do the work.
Says Parents Hold Husband.
Cincinnati. Aug. ! Mrs. Hmma Sco
field Burckhardt. who eloped with and
was married Aug. 1 to Leopold C.
Burckhardt. Jr.. aged 41. assistant su
perintendent of sub-agencies in the lo
cal nstofflce. has sued her husband s
parents for damages, claim
ing they had taken her husband awav.
Headaches, indigestion, constipation
and all stomach troubles are cured
with IIoIIMt's Rocky Mountain Tea.
A family tonic. "5 cents, tea r tah.
lets. T. H. Thomas, pharmacist.
Fortunately, physicians Know about Ayer's Sarsaparilla. j j
They prescribe it for exhaustion, anemia. t
ELLERY HAS A NEW LEADER
Chiafferelli Leaves on Account of III
Health Ferullo His Successor.
Those who attended the concert giv
en by Ellcry's band at Schuetzen park
last evening noticed a change in the
directory. Manfredo Chiafferelli has
gone and he has been succeeded by
Francesco Ferullo. a lithe, wiry, ac
tive fellow, who heretofore has been
playing the oboe. However, from the
quality of the music given, no one
would have imagined that the baud
was playing under a man who had not
been wielding the baton for several
months. Chiafferelli has resigned his
position as director and severed his
relations with the organization on ac
count of his ill health. He left last
night for Philadelphia, where he will
make his home with relatives for some
time. He is a good musician anil fin
ished director, as well as gifted com
poser. Chiafferelli will have an able suc
cessor in Francesco Ferullo, who di
rected the baud for some time in Cali
fornia. He is a young man of 25 years
of age. but already a talented musi
cian. He is a graduate of the Conser
vatory of Music in Naples. Italy, the
same school from which Emilio Ri
vela. who directed the band last sea
son, came. He is much smaller than
Chiafferelli and greatly more animat
ed. His one strong point is the great
friendship which exists between him
and the other members of the band.
He is an artist upon the oboe, which
instrument he has been playing heretofore.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
w. r-. i'ct.
Siri:!,'fi.-Ii si; ::t .c.o.
C.-dar Hapiil.t !: T.2 4! ..".-
1 uliiiii- 12 51 4! 1
Kioomirmton !m 41 4 1 ..".11
Kock Island mi 42 4 .4;T
Iieentiir ss -In 4S .4-Vi
I a ven per t :rj .4 24
U'H kford lei 37 57 .:j I
A M KRICAX LK AC. I ' H.
W. I Tot.
N'.-w York nr. .r.1 1
Most. in r.t; :5i; .;o;
I'hiiago :.s ::s .;m
Philadelphia :2 :',: .."i71
Cleveland 4H 111 .."..".1
St. Louis .'I", .".1 .4n7
r t roit ::i". . t . t'i
Washington 21 fill . 1:3:5
v. i.. ivt.
N'.-w York i'.i .72'-
'hi. ago fiH :ti; .liii'i
1 i in -i 11 11. 1 1 i ".7 ."! ..Mi:!
oittsimig .. .r.7
U. Louis 4: 4'i .."ill.
Koston ::; eit .371
Urooklyn ?,2 '13 .337
Philadelphia 2i .Us;'.
itEsn.Ts v 1 : st 1 : u n v.
Philadelphia. :: Chi. -ago. :..
Cleveland. ;i : New York, 1.
I iflniil. 2: Itoston. .
Washington. IK Si. I.oiiis. 1.
NATii tSAU i.i:a:ck.
Chicago. I; Urooklyn. 1.
N.-w York. 4: St. Louis. 3.
Philad.dphi.i. 1: Pittsl.urg.
C'i nein na t i. 4: lioston. I.
a.u:kicax associath .
St. Paul. 12; Louisville. 4.
Minn. ;'!. ilis.. 7: Toledo. .
Col unibiis. 7: Kansas Citv. it.
Milwaukee, r. ; Indianapolis, S.
Milwaukee. 2: Indianapolis. 1 e-onu
C K N'TKAIj I.KAHl'i:.
Fort Wayt..-. .". ; Kvansville. 3.
T. tre Haute. !: Marion. .
Wheeling. :: South Itend.
W KST K It N I.KA C. I ' 1:.
l.-s Miii. s. t: Sioux City. o.
St. Jos. -ph. 1": I.ner. 1.
Omaha. ": Colorado Springs 3.
Curlintfton. 4. Keokuk. 3 ( lirst name 1
1 lul l in t 011. 1: Keokuk. is.-oon.l
K.i me 1.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons interested, that the city council
of the city of Rock Island, having or
dered that Third avenue from t he east
line of Twenty-fourth street east to
the west line of Twenty-sixth street be
improved by excavating, draining
curbing and paving with brick, the or
dinance for the same being on file in
the office of the city clerk of said city,
and the said city having applied to
the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, in the state of Illinois, for an as
sessment of the costs of said improve
ment, and. an assessment thereof hav
ing b"c-:i made and returned to said
court, the final hearing thereon will be
held on the 1Mb day of August. A. I
1901. or a soon thereafter as the bus
iness of the court will permit. All
persons desiring may filo objections in
said court before said day, and may
appear on the hearing and make their
The assessment is payable in ten
All installments except the first
shall bear interest at the rate of 5 per
centum per annum.
Hated at Rock Island. Illinois, this
2nd day of August, A. I. 1904.
JOHN .1. SFLSKR.
Commissioner Appointed to Make the
Junk at the Arsenal.
Uids were opened at Rock Island
arsenal yesterday afternoon by Col. S.
E. I'.l.mt on the odds and ends in army
equipment that have been accumula-
tinc t'lere the past three years. These
inclc.de equipment se-nt there to be
overhauled and condemned and order
ed to the scrap pile. The old iron
from the burned store house was thrown
in with the junk, of which there are
over fifty carloads. Francis Ranner
m.iTi K- Co.. of New York, had the high
est bid. The bids will be forwarded to
the ordnance department at Washing
ton, by which the award will be made.
Tired. That one word tells
the whole story. No rest. 3
No comfort. All tired out.!
Ingenious Method in Which I lock
lalAtid Freiubt Crew -Worked
ON SOUTHWEST DIVISIONS
Swung From Side on Tackle and Took
Small Amount From
Developments in the ingest ivations
bearing upon the robbery of Rock Isl
and freight trains which resulted in
the recent arrest of IScla Ilinklc, of
Eldon, show that a systematic course
r.as been pursued in the work by sev
eral freight crews. Private Detective
W. C. Mcintosh, of the Rock Island
force, states that some IM.Oimi worth
of merchandise has been purloined
from the cars. His story is about as
"Division claims began to come in
to the company for articles stolen in
transit. I'p to a few weeks ago there
had been paid of these claims about
$CC,eaiU by the company.
TliOMtr V li rre Implicated.
"Their expert detectives were set t
work to ferret out the case. Finally
it was discovered that about 10 freight
crews, including the conductor and
front ami rear brakeman, were in col
lusion in the big robbery. Some ot
them were arrested and Hinkle's rear
brakeman turned state's evidence, dis
closing the entire deal.
"It seems the stations down there
are sometimes 40 miles apart, with
nobody along the tracks for miles.
The country is barren in fact, al
most a desert. The fireman and engi
neer were not in the deals. The con
ductors and brakemen on these trains
had a kind of scaffold, like a pain
ter's scafford and tackle, which they
could hook on the walking plank on
top cr a freig'.it car and then swing
down along the side of the car. They
had monkey wrenches and other tools
necessary and never broke off the
seals of the cars. Instead they tool;
off the castings at the back side of th
doors, hanging them when loosened.
upon the bolt where the seal is at
They Worked KnroiHr.
"Thev then crawled into the car
while the train was in motion and
with nail pullers took one or two
packasies from eacli of the boxes of
merchandise. When the boxes wen
nailed up. no sign was left of the rob
"There are a number of men yet to
be arrested in Kansas City and Chi
csico. Hinkle was tried before the
United States commissioner, placed
under $l.rno bonds and ordered to ap
near at Chickasha. Indian Territory.
When I left he bad not been able to
ret bond and was being retained in
the Ottumv.a jail."
COURT HOUSE RECORD.
In the County Court.
Aug. S. Estate; of Frank Raible. In
ventory filed and approved. Appraise
:n nt bill and widow's award filed and
tpproved. Widow's relinquishment and
selection filed and approved and order
turning over property selected to
Estate of Francis A. Pocttkin. In
ventory filed and approved.
Estate of Paul Wurzel. Report of
final distribution filed and approved.
Administrator discharged arid estate
Estate of Joseph Schieberl. Waiver
T.nd release of widow's award of wid
Estate f Margaret I turns. Proof of
notice to heirs of final report smd set
tlement filed. Hearing on said final
report and settlement and same ap
proved. It appears there is nothing
further for distribution. Administra
tor discharged and estate- closed.
Estate of Christ Christiansen. Re
linepn'shment of mother of right, to ad
minister and nomination of Emma
Heck to act as administrator filed. Pe
tition granted upon taking oath as ad
minister and filing good and sufficient
!ond in the sum of $..n'" to be ap
proved by the court.
Estate of John Schave. Inventory
filed and approved.
Estate of David Scderlund. Petition
by Caroline Sederlund for letters tes
tamentary filed. Petition grante d. Ex-
-cutrix's oath taken. Individual bond
f said Caredine Se-derlund as such ex
ecutrix filed and approved, security
the-re-on being waived in and by said
will, and letters testamentary issued
ro he r.
Estate eif Thomas Murdock. Rond
A said E. II. Bowman in the sum of
M. -""' filed and approved and lette rs
f administration issued to him.
Estate of Francis E. Crompton. Sr.
n the matter of sale of real estate to
pay debts. Proof ,f serico on all
lefeiidants. Adult eh fendants called
Licensed te Wed.
Albert P. IX-hr Moline
Miss Mary Runge Meline
lohn David Edaff Calesburgj
Miss Annie E. Johnsem (Jalesburg
Axe l E. l.arsen Moline; i
Mis Anna M. Brandt Moline
The Death Penalty. !
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insigni
ficant cuts or puny boils ha ve paid the
death penalty. It is wise to have
Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy.
It's the best ralve on earn and will
prevent fatality, when burns, sores,
ulcers and piles threaten. Only 25c,!
at Hartz L'llcineytr's dru btore. j
ARE SORE AT BILLY SUNDAY
Evangelist Punctured Sunday Excur
sion for Gaiesburg Club.
The Gaiesburg Commercial club,
which stood responsible for the finan
cial success of the Illinois Baptist
chautauqua which closed Sunetay
night, is up in arms against the treat
ment accorded that association by
"Billy" Sunday. Full arrangements
had been completed with the Burling
ton road to run a special trr.in from
Kewanee to Gaiesburg. stopping at Gal
va. Altoona. Oneida anil Wataga. At
noon Saturday it was the estimate of
the railroad company's agents at these
places that over 4i't would take ad
vantage of the special train and attend
the chautauqua on Sunday, at which
time "Billy" Sunday was the star per
former. Over jt" were booked from
But a telegram freun the ex-base-ball
player which reached Galva in the
afternoon of Saturday played havoc
with the attendance and practically
killed the scheme. The telegram was
to the effect that he would arrive in
Galva in the early afternoon and ek
liver a free lecture in that city. The
announcement was spread from mouth!
to mouth until every man, woman and
child composing the population eif Gal
va turned out to attend the lecture
by a man who had turned sinners into
As a ctnseque-ncc those who heard
the lecture Saturday afternoon "with
out money and without pricV elid not
feel disposed te pay car fare !i Gaies
burg, admission to the grounds and
DUST FROM DIAMOND.
Springfield at Rock Island.
Hloomington at Cedar Rapids.
Decatur at Dubuque'.
Davenport at Rock ford.
Outfielder Ives has recovered from
his illness and joined the Davenport
team at Kock for. 1 today.
W. W. Sass of Warren. Ohio, has
been signed by I.loomiiigton to play
right field. He comes freun the east
and lias a good record.
Harry Cassady. who was bought
from Rloomington. made his first ap
pearance in right field for Pittsburg
ye-sterdiiy. He geit lwe of the seven
hits made by his te-ata. scored two
runs, bad two put-outs and e ne error.
President Hedland has made the fol
lowing distribution F umpires to take
effect toelay: Xeedham from Bloom
ington to Rockford; Eobeck from De
camr to Dubuque1: Milan freun Spring
field in Hock Island: Stuart from Rod;
Island to Cedar Rapids.
TIt Dubnepie Times takes Manager
Hities down the line in a gene nil ro ist
for the manner in which his leant has
lost games on th trip away fremi
home. He is crii icised for keeping Pa
tison at third and for re-leasing Danny
Hupp, now with Rock Island. The
hope is expressed that Dt:rK'e can be
secured freun Rock Island.
Davc-npirf Denmrrnt: It is neiw
generally conceded by the fans that
navenport win mosti fie season n
its present position. This is next to
last place and but for the miserable
slmwing made by Roc l ford we would
now be bedding their place. The fans
are- hoping to eb better next vear and
may the-ir thoughts eemo true, is the
sincere wish ef till. The borne team
appears tej be in need of a viializer.
At the present rate they will soem be
reaely fer the undertaker. Ti.e-y arc
surely dying a slow death.
Frank Donnelly, manager of the
Springfield team, was presenteel a
large lioiiqnct of flowers by the
umpire when be? went to bat at the
Twelfth street park this afternoon. The
dnwcrs were! proeure-d by aelmirers eif
Donnelly in this city, where; be man
aged the team two se-asons. Donne-lly
is of the sclmed ejf gentlemanly ball
players. He never leaves a town that
ie cannot return to and me-e-t friends.
He stantls ace high in Rock Island. He
was bouquet ed just tei show him that
I he re will not be any hard feelings
even if he decs beat us.
For sejme unaccountable reason
Pre-sident Holland has moved Stuart,
th only competent umpire that has
jfi'iciate-d on the Re irk Island grounds
this se-asem. Stuart goes te Rorkfeinl.
As if adding insult to injury, Milan has
been assigneel here-. The re" is bitter
l"e ling against Milan h-re. chiefly
owing to bis shameful treatment ef
the Rork Island team during the- June?
trip to Rloomington. and lx-sieles hi.s
vvenk as umpire- has net bee-n satis
factory to the lejc-al fans, anel Pn-si-ele-iu
Holland's judgment in foist inir
him utMjn the citv is ciue-st ionahl".
Stuart was still he-re- this afternoon
and it is hopeel he can be- induce-d to
edrUiaie during the series.
Terre Haute. Ind.. Aug. fJ.-Crand
Rapiels has sold Pitcher Farn-11 to tin
Cincinnati re-el-;. He began profession
al ball with Orand Rapids last year,
and this year is much improved in hit
ting as well as in pitching, his batting!
ne-rcen'age be-ing ..'IPi. A eleal !s on !
fur the sab- eif S-coneI ll;:s man and
Manager Morriey. a f'inrir.nati boy.
whet went t (;rand Rapids after the
be2.'Tin;n.; eif the- .v axon, ami ?Nn for'
Third Rasetr.an Fox of th- same tearn -to
another National league fe-am un
named. The ele;- pnvide for the
players tei r.-n a:n with the present
c'ii'is tei the end e.f the Central season. :
Sept. 12. j
Cooling to tKe Body,
Pleasing to the Eye,
Tempting to the Purse.
U lle i j i c y ey & Sterling 's
0utiig Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Suit Cases.
Our Prices Always the LOWEST.
THE CONSTITUTION VIOLATED
Loyal Americans Object to Arrange
ments For National Congress.
Many of the mcmbeers of the Loy
al Anu-tie-ans are- very much dissatis
fied at the manner in which they
claim the constitution is be-ing violat
ed in the matter of ihe national con
gress te be held ill Chicago Aug
The constitution says that the var
ious local assemblies in eae'h slate
shall be grouped togetlnr by tin- su
preme exi-cuiixe council in gmups ei!
leie-al assemldies as nar togetlie-r as
practicable, containing in the- aggre
gate, l.non me-mbcrs as near as may
be, and notice eif such grouping shall
be given by the supreme- secretary in
the? official organ of tl'.v socte-ty and
also by written not ire sent to the se-i--retary
eif each local assembly at le-ast
.'; days befeire- the elee-lien f elele
gals by said local assemblis.
Tin- members believe" that as the
officers ceinst met t-d this c-onl it ut iem
to suit the-ir own pli-asuro without
consult iug tin- membership that they
eiught to abide by its provisions. The
)fficers have just published in tin- ef
licial organ. "The- Loyal American,"
the number et the' a-s.-'illJie'S. but tie?
the place whe re- they ure- loe :it'-d. This
iiiformntieiu. it is claime-d. should have
been sent euii ,li:tie l.". days before
the election, which began July 1 .".
Fach assembly lias a eb-legati" to
the group meeting, and this ilelogate
has otic vote for each m-niber of the
local lodge. Miel each group lias a
dele-gate to (he national congre'ss.
Croup !!. in which Rock Island has
been plnce-d, has the" following
loetges: c,x;, Dixon; r. Polo: X2::,
Free-port. S2:i, Hebron: f)S Rock Isl
and: "I. Moline: 1l!. Hraelford: 71.
Mendota; LaRalle; 2n:!. Ottawa;
SSI, Seneca: ;17, Sheridan: till, Xe--wark;
731, Rechcster; 2!2. Roe-k Isl
SIX DEGREES ABOVE FROST.
Alarmingly Low Temperature Reached
at Maquoketa, lews.
Iowa was within six degrees eif a
crop elisaste r Sunday night, when the
mercury fe-11 te :;s ele-gre-e-s bene -a I It
cb ar skie s. From eitie end eif ihe; state
le the other the- thousands e,f people
who were- a ,va kened freim their slum
be-rs by the.- frigid at mtispherer tn-m-ble-d
fer Ihe- welfare- ef the ceirn crop.
Frost in August would lie' a elisas-
t rous marvel, but the- low elesce-iU eif
t he t empcrat ure Sunday night was
e-neiligli lei start Ie tin: tilost lieipeful.
The' cejldest point in the- slat- was at
Maejuol.e la. w!i re the t :iip ra! u ie-
ccxile-d to tin- :!S-degree point. The-
warmest place- in the state- was Des
Moines, whet'- the le nipelat ure- was
Milvraukes's Banner Brew
It Isn't talk that count, it's
qnality Qualitr that stand
pat, at ail times, for honest
critici&ro. The unprecedented
popularity of Blatr Wiener is
due to its pronounced indi
viduality that indescribable,
honest flavor that always
means "Blatz" that delifht
fal Blatz Wiener "smack"
that foes straight to the
spot. Drink it for beer
charactei For health's Rake
drink it. Ask for it down
town. Send a c-ase home.
aiwtrs tm samc
BLATZ MALT - VI VINE
DllfMi.Tt OM OIMOT.
VaL. BLATZ BKWa CO..MlIwaakco
Vfcolesale D-aler. 217 Eiirbteenth bt.
C olo rado
Hunting, fishing, camping out.
Low rate excursions all summer.
A limifed train no excess faro
to Pueblo, Colorado Springs
Luxurious observation Pull
mans, library smoking and chair
Ak fer beautiful book,
"A Cedornelo Sumtne-r. '
H. D. MACK, Gen. Agt.
210 Eighteenth street,
I 13 he Way to
Make Money j
Is to ?
Save It I
The man with a bank account
is able tei take- aelvantage; eif eip
perl ii nit ie-s which are clear out
of re-ae-b of the Ibriflb'ss man.
Start an ae-e-e.nnt at once, a
dollar will ejn. nnel adel to it sys
tematically. Vem'II be surprised
f'ow it will grow.
OCR NF.W PLAN MAKES TT
EASY. LET US TELL YOU
I NATIONAL BANK
IT'S A PLEASURE
a gooel cipar. If you have net
trieel our cirar you have; yet to
learn what really good cigars
are never permitted te form a
part of jur stock. If you want
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