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Sunday afternoon Rev. P. H. E. Der
rick, at his home, married Mr. Loi
Dominick and Miss Tolula Sligh, daugh
ter of the late Mr. Ernest Sligh.
A Nec essary Precau'ton.
Don't neglect a cold. It is wors
ibant unpleasant. It is dangerous. B
using One Minute Cough Cure you ca
cure it at o,ce Allays inflammatioc
clears te beaJ, soothts and strengtl
ens the mucu, membrane. Cure
coughs, croup, throat and lung trot
bles. Absolutely safe. A(ts immed
ately. Children like it. W. E. Pelbai
The Bachelor Maids will meet wit
the Misses Carwile this afternoon a
Helen Moore, President.
Linda Welch, Secretary.
Shattere all Icecords.
T Aioe in hospital, F. A. Gulledge
Verbena, Ala , paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a severe case of pile,
causing 24 tumors. When all failed
Ba.ckien's Arnica Salve soon, core
him. Subdues Inflammation, conquer
Aches, kills Pains. Best salve in th
world. 25c at all druggist.
Barbecue at Bethlehem Church.
The members of Bethlehem and SI
Matthew's Churches will give a firsi
cfass barbecue at Bethlehem Church o
Friday, August 29th Proceeds fo
benefit of parsonage.
Just Look At Her.
Whence caine that sprightly step
faultless skin, rich, rosy complexioL,
-smiling face. Sbe looks good, feel
igod Here's her secret She uses Dr
King's New Life Pi!ls. Result, - al
organs active, digestion good, no be d
aches, no chance for "blues " Tr:
them yourself. Only- 25c at all drug
gists. ____ __
- e entioned for PresIdent of Cl mson.
A gentleman who was in attendanc(
upon the State Farmer's Institue state<
-:_ the Spartanburg Herald that Mr
Gearge B. Cromer, President of New
bwery College, was mentioned oftene:
ld more favorably among the repre
antative men there for president o:
x O; son Coliege than any one else
-Greenville Mountainer, 23.
*"For years I buffered such untokc
*-misery from Bronchitis," writes J H
Jehaston of Brough ion, Ga., "that of
Eten I was unable to work. Then, whei
*verythingw else failed, I was wholla
cared by Dr. King's New Discovery foi
onsumaption. My wife suffered in
tensely fromn Asthma, till it cured her
and all our experience goes to show i
Is the best I roup medicine in thi
~orld." A trial will convince you it'
marivaled for Throat and Lung dis
l~7i6S. Guaranteed bottles 50e and $1.00
.TriaLbha&1es free at all druggist.
Captured in Greenwood.
Chief of Polje H. C. Hunter went t
Greenwood yesterday for Tom Hamp
ton, colored, who has been wanted hern
for some time. He is wanted on chargi
of highway robbery, housebreaking ani
spreuny, and stealing keys and releas
big a prisoner from the guardhouse
Chief Hunter located him .at Green
wood and had him arrested and wen
fter him yesterday.
look Elemeant. Please.
.Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton
0., can do so now, though for years hi
couldn't because he suffered untolt
egony from the worst form of inc iges
on10. All physicians and medicin~e
tailed ton help him till he tried Electri
Bitters, iwhich wo: ked auch wonders fo
h~im that be declares t bey are a god
send to sufferers from dyspepsia ani
stomnach troubles. LUnrivaled for die
esses of the Stomach, Liver and Kid
neys, they build up and give new lif
to the whole system. Try them.. Oni:
50c. Guaranteed by all druggists
'Buined to l)eath.
A little negro girl last Thursda;
morning, who was living with he
grandfather, Marshall Wallace, i
Gravel Town, this city, was burned t
death. It is supposed that she turne
a lamp over on a table, the oil saturat
ing her clothing and catching fire
When her grandfather reached her sh
was enveloped in flames and was a
badly burned that she died within
To My Friends.
It is with joy I tell you wha' Kode
did for moe. I was troubled with m
stomach for several months. Upon.bein
advised to use Kodol, I did #so, an
words eannot tell the good it has don
me. A neigh bor had dyspep"ia so tha
he had tried mo.<t everyting. I tel
him to use Kodol. Words of gratitud
have come to me from bim because
recommended it.-Geo W. Fry. Violb
Iowa. Health and strength, of min
anid body, depend on the stoimaeb, an
normal activity of the digestive organi
Kodol, the great reconstructive tonlic
cures all stomach and bowel trouble:
indigestio, dyspepsia Kodol digesi
any good food you pat. Take a dos
after meals. W. E. Pelham & Son.
Ranining in postoffice for week enc
ing August 25, 1902:
A-Mrs Lavonia Abrams.
B-Mrs Janiie Bradley, Sam Beal
Joseph Q Boland, Mrs Elizabet
Brooks, A P Boozer.
C- Robt C Campbell, Alfred Collin
Mrs Lottie Coleman.
G-J A Garrison, Miss M E Gossett.
J- Miss Emma Jones, Rev C F Jac]
L-M R Lake.
M-F G McCary.
R-Mrs Lizzie Ruff.
Persons calling for these letters w:
please say they are advertised.
li f TL......JI P ~ff
I VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See notice to creditors.
Cotton receipts are increasing daily.
Mr. H. H. Evans was in Charleston
s Col. 0. L. Schumpert was in Char
- leston yesterday.
Miss. Lula Matthews, of Atlanta, is
visiting in the city.
Misses Bessie and Nina Carlisle are
e visiting in Bennettsville.
2 The Mayor had a few small cases of
, disorderly conduct yesterday morning.
Mr. R. H. Welch and family have re
- turned from Glenn Springs and Union.
L- Mr. Joseph Mann and daughter, Miss
? Jennie, are spending a while in New
Mr. F. M. Boyd is moving today into
h Dr. Kibler's residence on Cornelia street,
Mr. W. I. Herbert last week cleaned
up the old Quaker Graveyard and now
has it nice fix.
Mrs. Lewis Boland, of Columbia, at
tended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. J.
' H. M. Kinard, on Friday.
, The Herald and News will keep open
house tonight. Come around and get
the result of the election.
e Mr. A. C. Jones' family has returned
from Hendersonville, N. C., where they
have been spending the summer.
The family of Mr. H. H. Rikard is
spending a while in Prosperity, recuper
ating from their recent illness.
r Mrs. Cagle, of Greenville, came to
Newberry last Thursday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. J. H. M. Kinard.
Mrs. LeRoy Lee, of Kingstree, after
spending several weeks with relatives
in Newberry, returned home last week.
Summer Bros. want you to call to see
them before selling your cotton seed.
They will pay the highest market price
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wooten left last
week for New York and other points,
where Mr. Wooten will select his stock
of fall goods.
Miss Daisy Alderson, of Charleston,
is spending a while with her friends,
Misses Mamie, Florrie and Sadie Myers,
of this city.
Mrs. R. P. Holland, after spending
two weeks at the springs in Virginia,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Pen
dleton, Tazewell, Va.
Dr. W. K. Griffin, of Marion, has
been in the city the past week visiting
his brother, Mr. B. F. Griffin. He re
turned to Marion yesterday.
- The contractors will ,wind up the
work in connection with putting down
the sewerage this week, and will likely
pull up stakes for other points.
Rev. J. H. Pearey, who has moved
from Aiken to Whitmire, to serve the
Baptist churches of Whitmire, Enoree
and Prosperity, was in the city last week
for a few days. We welcome him to
There was a considerable storm in the
Utopia section on last Thursday even
ing within half a mile of Mr. W. I.
Herbert's place. Several old barns
were blown down, and the ground was
covered with hail.
Jas. A. Mimnaugh left yesterday for
the Northern markets and says he ex
pects to return with bargains for his
customers in the best the markets can
afford at the least possible prices. Keep
an eye on Miminaugh.
The family of T. E. Epting the rep
resentative of the Bell Telephone Coin
pany, arrived in the city yesterday
from Newberry. They have taken
rooms at J. B. Wharton's on Railroad
avenue. -Greenwood Index, 23d.
Children's Day at St. Paul'.
Program for Children's Day exer
cises at St. Paul's Church Thursday,
Augut 28th, 1902:
Amerle Singley-Opening address.
Daisy Fellers-The Beautiful.
Clyde Epting-"Comie Unto Me."
Belle Livingston-Gne of the Little
Willie Aull-Send forth the Bible.
Helen Kibler, Leola Bedenbaugh, Jesse
Lorick, Myrtle Epting-Little Ser
Annie Singley-A Lot of Dont's.
Lorick Kibler- Little Willie and the
Bessie Epting-A Pin.
Rosalee Wheeler, Cyril Sease, Eunice
Kibler, Earl Singley, Belle Aull,
Edgar Sheeley-Andam never was a
'Curtis Epting-A Tetotaler.
s Eula Ray Sligh-The best use a Penny.
e Bertha Singley-Missionary Music.
Anna Koon-Only a single Penny.
Cales Aull-What a Life?
L- Walter Richardson-An Appeal to
Ethel Seybt-God Loves Me.
~,Floyd Aull-A Lesson.
hErie Epting-Tommy's Prayer.
A. J. Bedenbaugh-Closing address.
This will be our annual picnic and
everybody is most cordially invited to
join with us in making the day a pleas
Iant and profitable one.
~- I John C. Aull, Supt.
To Telephone Subscribcra.
Please add to your phone lists the
Dr. T. W. Smith-Residence, 127.
Nat Gist-Cotton Office, 130.
IlF. M. Boyd-Residence, 123.
m* L W FLOYD, Manager.
A FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED.
I The Early Morning Freight on the U.. N. a
L Wrecked Near Sligh's-One Man
Killed and Three Seriously
Yesterday morning the early freighl
train from Columbia on the Columbia,
Newberry and Laurens Railroad, wa:
wrecked one mile this side of Sligh's.
The track gave way and the enginE
turned completely over, wrecking eight
or nine box cars.
The fireman, whose name was Burts,
was from Honea Path, and was killed
outright. His body was mangled con
The engineer, Mr. Oscar Land was
seriously wounded, and two negroes,
who it is thought are hobos were also
Crowds gathered at once at the scene
of the wreck, and everything possible
was done to relieve the suffering of the
A wreck also occurred on the South
ern road, the Spartanburg train, be
tween Alston and Columbia Sunday
evening; but with the exception of one
man getting his leg broken, no one was
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN
Closed at West End Saturday Night-Most
The county campaign closed on Sat
urday night. The last meeting was
held at West End, and was probably
the most largely attended during the
entire campaign. Fully four hundred
voters listened to the speeches. While
the crowd was in a good humor and
disposed to cheer the favorites, all the
candidates were given a hearing and
the meeting passed off pleasantly.
The meeting in the court house on
Saturday morning was attended by
about 250 voters. A respectful and at
tentive hearing was accorded each
speaker, and there was very little ap
From Whitmires the candidates went
to Mt. Pleasant on Thursday, and to
Keitt's grove on Friday. At these
meetings there were no special inci
dents. Both were largely attended by
ladies, and the bountiful picnic spread,
given by the good people of the Mt.
Pleasant section and the excellent bar
becue dinner at Keitt's were much en
It is all over now, and this morning
the gentlemen in the race are awaiting
the result with a patience born of con
fidence. To one who ha3 followed them
on their journey from ,tump to stump
throughout the county there has been
much of pleasure, and the only regret of
your correspondent is that each and
every one of the forty-nine candidates
i'n the race can not be elected to the
office which he seeks. J. K. A.
It Needs a Tonie.
There are times when your liver
needs i tonic. Don't give purgatives
that gripe and weaken. DeWitt's Little
Early Riser's expel all poison from the
system and act as tonic to the liver. W.
Scott, 531 Highland ave., Milton, Pa.,
says: "I have carried DeWitt's Little
Early Risers with me for several years
~andwouldnot ewithout them." Small
and easy to take. Purely vegetable.
They never gripe or distress., W. E.
Messrs. Schelly & Dean are getting
in some of their goods this week and
will, in a few days, be ready for busi
Several ,new bales of cotton have
been sold here already, ranging in price
from 8 to 8 1-2 cents.
Dr. Wingard, who has been with
Messrs. Hunter & Wheeler for some
time, has accepted and entered upon
his duties as pharmacist with a popular
firm of Columbia. We are sorry to
lose "Little Doc." He is an excellent
young man and knows his business in a
drug store. His place is being filled
for the present by Dr. J. I. Beden
Our visitors from Atlanta are Mrs.
W. A. Hartman, Miss Lulie Matthews
and Mrs. H. E. McWaters.
Visses Lola Lake and Louise Whar
ton are visiting Miss Estelle Stewart.
Rev. W. A. Lutz will return this
week from North Carolina, and will
preach at Grace Church next Sunday.
The brick work of the "city hall"
has been completed and it certainly
makes a neat appearance.
The brick work of the bank building
will be completed in a few days.
We would like to see some of our
citizens who own lots here, build sev
eral neat cottages. There are only two
vacant houses in town and they are
already rented. We were talking with
a gentleman a few days since who
wanted to rent a house but could find
none. Some one make a start. *
His Sight Threat.ened.
"While pienicing last month my 11.
yearod boy was poisonied by some
weed or plant," satys W. H. Dibble, of
Sioux City, Ia. "He rubb d the poison
off his hands into his eyes and for awhile
we were afraid be would lose his sight.
Finally a neighbo~r recommen,ded De
Witt's Witch hlazel Salve. The first
appia' ion hel pe-1 him and in a few~
days he was as well as ever" For skiti
disas s, cuts, hurns, scalds, wounds,
ins et bites, D1 Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve is sure cure Relieves piles a1
once. Beware of counterfeits. W. E
Pelam & Son.
I want every man and woman in the
United States interested in the cure o:
the Opium and Whiskey habits to hav<
one of my books on these diseases. Ad
dress Dr. B. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ga.
Box 387 and one will be sent you free
THE NEW COURT HOUSE
I he Question to be Voted on Friday-How
the Matter stand".
A separate box has been provided for
in this election in whicl. the question of
building a new court h< ise is to be de
cided. The court house was greatly n
damaged last March by water, caused w
by fire at that time, and there is on g
hand about $3,000 for repairs or to go
towards building a new one. So the'
question is left to the citizens of the P
county to say whether or not to have a
new court house. The tickets have
been printed Court House: Yes. No. If t]
you favor the building of a new court -
house vote Yes; if you oppose it, vote
The question is not on changing the
location, but whether or not a new one
will be built. A
Cures Ecz-ma. Itching Humore. Pimples
and Carbunclew. -- oets nothing to try.
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is now
recognized as a certain and sure cure
for eczema, itching skin, humors, scabs
scales, watery blisters, pimples, aching
bones or joints, boils, carbuncles, prick
ling pain in the skin, old, eating sor"s, b
ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood Balm taken
nternally, cures the worAt and most
deep-seated cases by enriching, purify
ing and vitalizing the blood, thereby Si
giving a healthy blood supply to the
skin. Botanic Blood Balm is the only 1
cure to stay cured, for these awful,
annoying skin troubles. Heals every
sore and gives the rich glow of health
to the skin. Builds up the broken
down body and makes the blood red and tr
nourisbing. Espt cially advised for
chronic, old cases that doctors, patedt
medicines and hot springs fail to cure.
Druggists, $1. To prove B. B. B. cures i t
sample sent free and prepaid by writing
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe -
trouble, and free medical advice sent
in sealed letter.
A school Picnic.
Union Academy school will picnic at
Mr. E. S. Franklin's, better known
as the old Ham Fellers' place on Satur- t
day next. The public is cordially in- se
vited to come and bring well filled ca
Here is the program:
Prayer by Rev. J. A. Sligh. w
Speech by Clerk of Court John C. et
Speech by Rev. I. C. Boyd, of Pros
Speech by Rev. J. A. Sligh.
-Speech by Prof. J. A. Quattlebaum-.
From Hot to Cold. fa
Dysentery is prevalent, everywhere
isummer and is due to miasmatic poi- ,,
sons, and begins abruptly with inflam- .
mation of the mucous linings of the ~
large bowel. In America the disease '
is common, but properly. treated does c~
not result as seripusiy as in the tropics. P
Perry Davis' Painkiller is the best ~
known remedy and the most efficacious e~
in the treatment of dysentery. a
Perfection Attained ~
"Clifton" fancy patent flour is a per
fet flour. It is not possible to put
more quality and purity into a flour
than our "Clifton" brand contains.
"Clifton"~ is a soft wheat fancy pat- f
ent. It is made from select wheat, V
every grain of which was grown on 14
Kentucky soil-the finest wheat in thet
wide world. Only the choicest berries
are selected. These are thoroughly
leaned, and then by a special processt
of gradual reduotion are converted into L
four. The cream of this flour is sep
arated and sifted gently through the
finest silk bolting cloth, giving it a vel
vety softness seldom found in ordinary
flour. That's "Clifton," and that's si
why it is a perfect flour-the finest sE
product expert milling and a modern c
mill can make- from the best wheat o
"Clifton" is a flour of quality at a
reasonable price. You can pay as much
and get an inferior flour, but you can
not get a better flour whatever you pay
Owensboro, Ky. -
W E are ready to gin
your cotton at 75
cents per bale of 500 S
bs., and sell you bag
ging and ties at 50 cts.
per bale, making $1.25 1
per bae for ginning,
bagging and ties.e
Will pay 21 cts. per A
bushel (of 30 lbs.) for
cotton seed delivered
at Oil Mill.
Newberry Oil Mill,
1L W. FLOYD, Manager.
Another ridiculous food fad has been
branded by the most competent authori
ties. The~y have dispelled the silly no- -
tion that one kind of food is needed for
brain, another for muscles, and still
another for bones. A correct diet will
not only nourish a particuiar part of
the body but it will sustain every other
part.Yet, however good your food
ma be, its nutriment is destroyed byit1
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must1t1
prepare for their appearance or pre- 8
vent their coming by taking regular ti
doses of Green's August Flower, the . n
favorite medicine of the healthy mil-ia
lions. A few doses aids digestion,
stimulates the liver to healthy action
urifies the blood, and makes you feel , a
- uoy ant and vigorous. You can get c
this reliable remedy at
Get Geen's Special Almanac.
NEED RYE and S2ed Barley for sal
by James F. Todd. It
0 TO J. P. COOK for Gold-Hunte
Flour. None better.
W. DOUGLAS will move abou
-' September 1st to the store for
erly occupied by B. W. West, an<
rill handle his same stock of fanc;
roceries. t&f 2t
EAVE you seen our ready-mad<
Lmslin underwear for ladies
rice is reduced, at Wooten.
[ WILL sell Boarding Houses an
LHotels Tomatoes by dozen cheapei
an the cheapest.
J. P. COoK & Co.
IXIE Mosqueto Canopies. Net.
L and Frames $2.00. S. J. Wooten,
FOR SALE-8-horse Talbot Engine,
- 50-saw gin and condenser and powei
ress, also shingle machine-cheap.
pply to J. B. CLARY.
FALL Paper can be had at Wooten':
where its kept in stock. tf
rOU want a cool coat? You can get
it at Wooten's. tf
_LEAN LINEN pays. In order to
J have it this way send it to New
rry Steam Laundry.
]AVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cuffs to Newberry
O bundle too small, none too large,
to have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
IALL at The Herald and News ofce
J for Labor contracts, Rent con
acts, Liens, etc.
LLL business that's busint ss is "re
ciprocity" business. We nelp
iose who help us; it pays us an them.
The Newberry Steam Lhundry.
F you have fault to find do n(t hesi
tate to tell us. All complaints are
irefully considered at the Newberry
IOTTON SEED WANTED-We have
J made arrangements with some of
ie largest oil mills and are prepared
pay the very highest price for cotton
ed. When you have seed for sale
I to see us. Respectfully,
4w Summer Bros.
POP,SALE. I HAVE LANDS IN
Newber'y and Lexington Co 'tites
bich I %m anxious to sell Will sell
'eap for cash or on reasoia-le t.-rms.
1 mo. f&c DAVID HIPP.
(OUNG JACK for se-rvice. App*y
to A. L. Knightotn.
tf M M. BUFORD.
][ON EY TO LOAN-We negotiate
loans on improved farm lands at
ght per cent. interest on long time.
nt, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys
UBBER STAM PS - ame stamp
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dates,
erchants marking outfits. J. P. C'ook,
ewberry, S. C., Rubber S'amp Manu
turer. 6ms Itaw
' PECTACLE8 AND EYEGLASSES
Do .,our eyes ache and burn at
gt? I have the be?st trial case for
ting Specta:cles anu Eytelasses, and
.n fit the most diffcult eyes, with t be
-oper glasses. [ bave fitted glasses
r the best people ini the counts and
mn ft you. I use only the best grade
-ystaine lenses. Come and give me
trial and be convinced. Strictly one
-ice to all. GUEY DA NI ELS,
Jeweler and Optician.
t dosn't pay to be a
sile behind the band
;agon. Be in it and
t the other feliw do
be following. Moral.
end your laundry to
de Newberry Steam
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
for damages against the Commis
oners of Public Works caused by the
wer lines running through private
-operty, are requested to file such~
aims at the Commissioner's office on
before Saturday, Auut 23d, 1902.
F. M. BOYD, Supt.
LL OVERSEERS ARE HEREBY
notified to work their roads and
it same in good condition by Septem
r 1st. Any one interested in a road
>t having an overseer will please no
fy me at once.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
heriff's Delinquent Tax Sale
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION
to me directed by Jno. L. Epps,
q,Treasurer of Newberry County,
will sell on Monday, the 1st day of
aptember, 1902, (Saleday) .at 1New
arry Court House, the following prop
A tract of land in No. 4 Township
ntaining Nine Hundred and Nine (909)
cres, more or less, assessed to Mrs.
.W. Davis' estate, plantation bounded
f' lands of Geo. S. Mower, C. K. Baker,
0. N. Suber and others..
A tract of land in No. 8 Township,
sessed.to Gross Floyd, containing Six
) Acres, more or less, bounded by
,ds of Frank Schumpert, Thomas
er bert, Author Mendenhall and others.
Terms of sale:-Cash. Pu:-chaser tc
gy for papers.
S ale of p.ersonal property for delin
2ent taxes will be advertised later.
M. M. BUFORD,
Sheriff Newberry County.
Sheriff's Office, Aug. 11, 1902.
otice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THA']
I will make a final settlement or
e estate of Lewis Boyd, deceased ii
de Probate Court for Newberry County
.C., on Monday the 15th day of Sep
ember, 1902, at 11 o'clock in the fore
oon, and will immediately thereafte:
pply for letters dismissory. All per
rn odn lisaantsi sa
ons redein theisameainstysaidestae
rilrndem thosete will matested
nd torsee thtdebtewlmaepy n
nMr.efr ta. REWC,Exctr
NeM.ry . C.,N ugutCK, 1902to.
sa.,.. e e A not 11. 1902.
VV our barg
our entire sto
Muslins and (
be closed out
Also Odds and
Lengths from ev
at reasonable pi
White Goods, Si
tes, Wash Silk=
Dress Goods. In
partment has bi
and you are the
and take advant
We have a few lh
them out. They have I
and $3.00. The price n
This is your oppor1
at a very low price.
Many bargains in Shoes
Dry Goods for the next &
PATTERNS AND F
Our Great Suri
CLOTHING, LOW CUT
RO M now until Sept. I
Hats at Ne York cost.
and from the best man
n New Yrkwit enn pe
We ohave reduced price
and Rare Bargains now
new, clean and stylish
pleasure in showing anc
No Goods Cliarge
ck of Printed
nds and Short
les, Linen Batis
; and Summer
fact every de
een touched in
age of this op
ARE THE BEST....
~ft and wish to close
een seiling at $2.75
ow is cut to $2.00.
tunity to get the best
3, Hats, Clothing and
nmer $ale ol
SHOES, HATS, ETC.
st. we will sell all Sum.
Cut Shoes and Straw
These Goods are new
ufacturers. When we
iat the Goods cost us
on every artcle in our
~st of first-class Goods
is the chance to secure
goods. We will take
I pricing these goods.
d at Cut Prices,
-v Hotel Block.