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MOMMY, AlKiUST 1'.'. lw()l
OUR . ..
STOPS AUOUST 15
Dont Fail to See
i s and Qet a Pair
of Shoes for
Horn, nn Sunday forenoon. Anuusi
tl, tn Mr anil Mrs. Burr llinkle, who
reside on .lane, strewt, a girl.
i 1 l 1, 4 : - 1 1 a. il 1 1
w. I. . jreillllll ir 1 ii-in 11 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ' ii- 1 . 1
v....... ...... i .11 kin.iu ..i throwing away his own delapulated
-upplirs. Itiic Mtook t - t from,
who had htttti otamilriit hear, Mapped
forward ami with the stick he carried
he 1 itch I tv struck tliw passenger's new
hat. Down (oil the nilk tile ami
WMtTUNDhk IS (lAkUoiii-.i)
For House Wear
ft r tr
Practical Boot ami Who.- Men.
Jaa. A. Howard.
m il dottle, lies'
Hack (or Teal
$1 shirt waists, now
Bros. Dry Goods Co.
r duck saits, now f -
Bros. Dry Goods Co.
We are closing out fruit jars at ml
at the Standard Grocery Co.
First class wheat pasture for cattle
and horses. Inquire of Peter West.
You can save money now hy tin vi De
vour jars at the Standard grocery.
26c summer good to close at !-':
par yard. Cleaver Bros. Dry Qeena
You ought to see A. D. (Smith A
Porter's red fir wood, telephone m.un
Midsummer sale o wash pood I OM
half price. Cleaver Urns. Dry
For sale 17001) ideal homo, Modern
ten room house. I'd lots, north -i i.
B. T. Wade.
I.oi - 2 ami 3 in block I). Keserv.
addition aimve Nt. Joseph' acadi-niN
lor sale cheap. Inquire of I'oter West.
Crescent bicycles on the installment
plan at the Crescent agency in the Kast
Oregon ian building, payment" II a
week, no interest. t
Lost, a large gold nugget used as a
watch charm, probably between Baker
OggK saloon ami Mark Pntaon'l cigar
store. William Baker will reward tin
Mrs. S. II. Allport. .lohnsto 11, I'u..
says: "Our little girl almost atrangdil
to death with croup. The doctors said
she couldn't live but she was instantly
relieved by One Minute Cough Cun
Tall man & Oo.
K. J. Murphy has now the most
complete line of wall paers and Iwrd
ers ever shown in Pendleton. All tin'
latest sbadas and designs. Von
should see the stock.
Kruntions, cuts, burns, scald ami unre
el all kindaquickly healed by DaWitt'e
Witch llasel Halve. Certain cure for
piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure
you get the original -DeWitt's. Tall
man A Co.
A wedding occurred at 4 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon, at the Palace lodg
ing house. P. L Lane and Lillian
Doner were joined for life by Kev. G.
W. Kigby. Tbe new ly married couple
will leave this Monday evening for
their home at Nolin.
' ieorge H. KeDoMsd 01 1 ppai Mi
Kay creek was in Pendleton u Satur
day, when he received two Angor -goats
from hugene The aiiini.ii- in
of as pure blood as any in the United
Mtauie and are beautiful. Their wool
is tine aud silky, ami nure whit.-
At bail time 1 take a pleasant herb
drink) the next muruing 1 feel bright
and my complexion is better. My
doctor say it acts gently on tin
stomach, liver and kidneys, and is a
pleasant laxative. It is made from
herbs, aud is prepared as easily a
tea. It is called Line's .Medicin.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 25c and Sue.
For sale by Taiwan A Co.. sole agent.
Kaufman's man will he nt Tallman
& Co.s Friday, Augim 16, and will
give a public demonstration on Saint
.lame Clark, one of the most promi
nent mining men of the Northwest and
DM ol the wealthiest ritiiens of Spo.
kane, died nMfSSy from cancer of the
stomach, nt his re. idem" in Spokane.
Buckner, Ht'flu.an ami Smith
brought in : head of fat beef cattle
from the Pilot Rock country. Brady
Huffman pronounces them very rlne
In cases of cough or croup give Ihe
Utile one One Minute Cough Cure.
Then rest easy and have no fear. The
I child will be all right in a little while.
It never fails. Pleasant to take.alwavs
safe sure and almost instantanteous in
effect. Tallman A Co.
A demonstration will lie given of
"Velox" on August 15, from I p. m.
to B p. m. at Brn,-k A: McComa Co 's
ilrug store. Bring a negative and have
a print made on "Velox."
Highest temperatures for the past
week were: Stindav, 106; Monoav,
108; Tuesday, UM .Wednesday, !7 ;
'Thursday. U2 ; Friday, H Saturday.
Ml. The lowest temperature was on
Friday night, Ah degree.
An aligator purse, lontaining a small
amount in silver, three keys and a
niimlwr ol prstage stsn.p", " as picked
: up in front of the Last Oregon ian office
several days ago. owner can recover
same by a 1 1 i tiu at this ofJice.
.lames White, Brvantsvilie. Ind.,savs
DeWltt'l Witrb "Hazel Salve healed
running sores on both legs. He had
suffered ' vears. Doctors failed to help
him. 'ier peWitt's Accept no imita
tions. Tallman A On,
We are "plaviug" with Die "dol
lar mark," shitting it around so it
stands la lore very different figures to
day than it did years ago or weeks
ago. Lspeciallv is it noticeable
among the -oimmer gmsl and groceries.
Alexander A Ilexter.
lajea' meat market men reort that
they are paving .HO jier hundred
weight for steers ami 10 per bun
dred weight tor rows. Ths is the price
at Pendleton alter the animals have
been driven into town from over the
mountains or from the ranges nearer
to this city.
suffering from tivspeiisia when I com
menced taking Kodnl Dyspewia Cure.
I took several lottles and can diseX
anythinii. " K"lol Dyspepsia ('tire is
the only preparation containing all the
natural digestive Hinds. It gives weak
stomach" entire rest, restoring their na
tural . . niltt ton. Tallman A Co.
rhe La liramle , Cove Klectric rail
road company will build and operate
an eleetrii car line from I n (iramle t..
I'nvf, and do a general transportation
business, with lu-adiiiarters in La
(iramle. The compan is capitalised
for llissi, with shares fixed at 2n
nth, N. k. West, C. 11. Finn and
M. I.. Catisev are the incorporators of
.lack It. Wilson was brought from
the county jail to Justice Fits Gerald-office
for an examination, being
charged with the crime of forgery.
He had previously stated that he want
ed an examination right away, but
changed his mind, waived examination
and was Ixiuml over in the MM ol
Mr. Wilson obtained rt from
W. W. Semple on an order for f.'ii
signed hy Will Kupers, who resides
near Helix. Mr. Kupers dan let having
signed the order and Wilson when ar
rested last week acknowledged to the
ulicers that he signed Khists' name to
CHINAMAN USED A kNHL
It had a Blade Six Incnsi Long
Wasn't Big knough
Shorlty alter ! o'clock this morning,
"Strawberry," a Chinaman employe,
as "swamper" at the Louvre, ami Hen
ry Shorter, a colored tnun employed
at the same institution in preparing
lunches lur customers, got into a ser
ious altercation. They tiad been fool
ing wttii each other, wben the negro
broke tiie susieuder- 01 tlx- Chinaman
while wrestling, "htrawberrv" went
out and came back with a kniie bavins,
a blade about six inches long. It is
one o' that kind that when open is
1 aitened by a spring so it will not
close. He made a slash at Shorter,
whereupon (he latter picked up a chair
and brought it down with considerable
forei Bgen the head ni the Chinaman
knocking him senseless for a lew sec
onds After he regained conscious
ness, Shorter tried to explain a vile
naioc and the second time made for
him with his kniie. Hhurter hit him
with his tist, knocking him duwn and
out. The tint set-to occurred in the
rear room 01 the Louvre ami the sec
ond one on the sidewalk in iront 01 pronounce it a great institution. Here
the sail on. The Chinaman was de- lis where electricity is generated that
ini in name s tow ami easy ruling
dray and taken to his ttv at the
headgear the tramp nicked up the hat
10 ItnOOtnl stolen ami saunlereti slow n
the track. The victim was too get on
! ished to take action and the train roll
ed awav in a cloud of prolanlty.
Such is a sample of many similar
jcases. Trainmen have noticed these
robberies peretnated for weeks past
vet have made no effort tu prevent
I their occurrence. Perhaps the only
i thing they could do to save the bats
I would be to warn male passengers to
rigjiovfl their "lids" when leaning out
''iTwindows at stations. It is not tin
uncommon sight, according to one news
agsnt, to aee a single hobo knock
half a dejjen hats as a train is pulling
out of tne station. For a time it was
supposed that the tramps only per
formed this feat tu secure a change of
headgear, hut it is now known that
many of these daringly stolen hats are
disposed of to second-hand dealers,
tin- proceeds probably going to iiermaii
Fid C. Allen will leave this evening
for Law ton.
Robert S. Pond has gone to Meacham
I r an outing of several days.
Frank Neagle and .lames A, Howard
have returned trom an outing at
Klias Hovel has let ttie contract tor
a 42li house on West Webb street to
County Clerk W. D. Chamberlain
has returned trom a lew davs' visit at
J. Stitt, representing the Portland
carnival lWOl, is in Pendleton hilling
Homer Iteeves, tormi'Ny o Pendle
ton, ia here enjoying a ' visit with
Mr. and Mr. 8. K. Yates are taking
a vacation of a few davs at their form
er home, M iltou.
Heppner Blackmail came down uu
On night from Bingham spring ami
is here toda fur a short visit.
Miss Winnie Ptlvett has returneo
irom Meacham, where she has lieeu
tor an outing during the past month.
K. B. Wilson of the Burlington ar
rived in Pendleton on Sunday irom
BinghAm springs, and i a guest a' the
Hotel Si. (ieorge.
David S. Howan, plumber for W. D.
llansioH A Co., returned on Sunday
Irom an outing ot ten days at Hid
rhomas K. Kikajjernld leek a vacation
on Saturday, went to Meacham, re
mained a couple el days, and mjnjred
Miss Bessie Hick' b it (his morning
via the Ward stage line tor Lehman
spring to remain tor a week with her
sister. Mrs. Will Hiiinpnrev.
Charles II. Carter and 1 ieorge
O'Daniel went up to Bingham Springs
station Saturday night t enjoy a Sun
day's fishing ami shooting in the
mountains of that locality.
C. K. C'ransotn, H. L. Hasbrouck,
Sidney Carnine and Herman K ranger
left on Saturday for Cove, I'nion cijiin
tv, where they will lit out (or a hunt
ing trip into the Mineni country.
Chiei el Pol ni- Bfiebon el the reser
vation went to Walla Walla on Sun
day morning alter Ins wile and child
ren. They have lajen there since the
death ami burial Ol Mr. Efrlebow'l
mother ten days ago.
lien Hagen, once a memlier oi Pen
dleton's police force, now living on
the Hagen ranch 111 Bingham iprlngl
canyon, is sick with an affection oi the
pine. He has been at the springs
for a nnmber of days.
Fred Hlmemaker returned on Sunday
from an extended trip and visit through
Wallowa county, lie was a mem Mr
ot a skating party on Inly ft, He says
the lis. iing ami hunting in that BMtioTI
Walla Walla St.itean.an: Mrs. Sar
ah Figg Thompson and Miss Trepama
Wil on who have been visiting Mr
Cookerly leae bslay lor n two week-'
outing at Newport, Ore., aud will
then return lor a longer visit.
Carey A Kev o tin- Louvre wm
lease this evuniug lor l'aconia, where
lie will attend the carnival, comment
iug August M. He will also visit at
a number ot seashore resorts and will
consume ten day's 01 a vacation 111
having a good time.
Miss Maggie Leonard has returned
irom I'u 1 1 man , Wash., where she Mi
been for the past six weeks atteiiling
tie HNaWMI ganooL She had an ex
ceedingly pleasant time, the ailtMai
01 thai rg 1 011 being cool and delightful
Mr. ami Mrs. .I0I111 M. Ileatlinian
have returned irom a trip to Portland
Oieegn City, Seaside and Long Beach.
The visit to Oregon Cit Has apieasaut
oue. They were shown through the
power house hy the superintendent ami
Wstropolls Is Rather Wide Opsu A Cass
Portland, Aug. 12. -While Portland '
is considered an open town in the
brnad sense of the word, still il DM
been rather Iree from serious DrlBMI
until recently. A case of gartoting,
however, has arnnsed the police to ac-j
lien and as a consqetieucc an ex-con-lat
and a prominent salisiti man, wlmj
i also a politician, are held to tne
grantl jury in hnmls of $1600. The de
lemlants are Fred Love, "Bob" Pat
tersun and C. Feldman, Patterson's
barkeeper. Love ha servni tim' in I
the penitent-ary. He is minted tn fhe i
Mive familv, Love whose tron ile 111 a 1
(orgnd will cause the IoOBI court have
(011ml ample worry for sometime.
Love promised the police that if he
was pe initted to remain in Portland
he wnnld be honest. Patterson i" a
power in the Bail Lands district. He
iia dabbled in politics for several
vearti and is accredited with bavinu !
immense influence with the voters in !
the Vic tout class.
Frank Johnston, a limber crnier
1 'r im St. Paul, p:ied an evening a'
Patterson's jo'nt and while tn a wash
r' ant wa garmted in true French
style. He was in the hands of a
stranjder for several ittOtM and was
terribly beaten. During the s'ruiigle
Johnston was robbed 01 a pockMOOOl
containing a large sum of in ney ami
some tax titles., A woman, with
whom Love wa BeBfMlatlM that
tiiaht. tleclares that I.oe confeated tt
her that he stole the tnoney ami be
fnrtber itatM that she saw Love give
the purse to the nark-eper, telling
Feldman that rtmre wa bis share.
The case II pnr l. 'ilarly strong against
Love and Foldman but i pm !v cir-nm-Mii'
t suiiMist P itterson , who is
an allegeil nwonpliee A detective
remarked that this case would he
pushed, as t1 town was getting too
tough and juieone bail to be used as
ST. JOE STORE
PAIBfl LADIES, AND
cmhVBMSM 8HOBS, WORTH
THIS v E K K ONLY,
Op riot mill fol goW opportunity.
We will close out our
Ice Cream Freezers at
a discount of 25 per
thronfh all the leading
mauaines t li t it needs
in (urthei insTii'
Owl Tea House.
Jelly Cilasses jjc a dozen.
Shail' -,. Cu
,s tin centti ol Mtntctlon and dr-
nrVM HntHIMli iitt ntim . Win th
-r you intend t hirnieh yotir house
complete or jtit conteinplate the
addition of a l w necessary pieces,
tins is your cpportuni'v Over
twent -five different itylei oi
Dressers, Conrmodeni Pnrlot Fur
niturt, Carpets. Mnttiitgli Window
Picturers. Htln Cabs, Go-Carts. et c
Inderukine Tailor- in Cooneotk
Sept. 23-28, 1901
BIO LIVE STOCK
I.VTK-il ATM VTI'is- a tsa
ITiiUM-U lil'ii 1.,, ' A''"
' " mi t. KKY
I Mi. "II H Ull III MfSf
taaailfai oaant Oraaaei m tuin
Sp-OUl ItHtDH III, (-,,,, ...
Ca anfl Brin rat rmin.
Rediueil Kates on all Rsiro4,
Ktr Kuriher hutteolais, A'Mita
M - l. WMMNlaff, aaa pniajnaj
Best stock on the
Tnivphotte ootUMOtioa tut rtneb. A.l
l'il-ii IC' t"k or IVmllfton.
WIDIMI ON A IK
ti M-.-n you tic ifii
X-airw.suii. W uinSf a .pwctitltj
ii psctiumtu- lift, sn-t thaj tu
Wi to vatv kiu-l ut uarriKRi
r.Mlr ik U'l yon will
srorh tlir us-' sad our irn t Mat la
The largest and hest line
Oi leather dusters ever
displayed in 1'endleton
TALLMAN & CO
northeast cumer 111 Alta anil (iartivii
""trawiarry" is bruised cunniiler
alily about the right side and un top 01
Ml head, anil at last account was
If the action ol your bowels is not
easy aud regular serious coinp ioations
must tin the tiual result. l)eWitt's Lit
tle Karly Kiser. will renmvi- this dan
tar. Saf,-. il-as4iit and eflectivi-. Tail
man a On,
HOBOS AND HAT KNOCKING
1 risk or Portland Tramps at last Sida
S. P. Station.
Portland, Aug. Consternation
in spread almost daih at tin- east sidi-
depot of th? Hoetharn Peaina train.
Vlie cause of this miniature panic are
houoe.-t who are workiug a uhs trick.
These Weary Willies are deliberately
steal iug Hie hata from the haads of pas
Mugers Although the offense lias
tssan repeaaail man) time, and has
been perpetrated in broad daylight,
in.- trauipe uiakiag 11 attempt ai ton
cealuient. Not an arrest has ibof ar
tiaeri niade. losens of uats have leen
stolen and the and is uot yl in sight.
As the overland train was departing a
passenger leaned out 01 - car window .
Wjeii the train began In move, a hobo
BAR6AIMS IM SHOES
We are closing out
Men's Tan Shoes
All Short Lines
nun and examine KotxJa aud gel pftot
TNE PEMDLETOM 8N0E
Wm. Kit,giraid, Manager.
supplier Portland with power and
light. .Mr. Ileatlinian states that over
coats were essentiul to couuort 111 the
evenings at the beach.
Klvin Craig of the IJepot stables
startetl lor the Lehman and liniawav
springs country last Saturday with
Charier He.tn. Kldred Wattle and Conn
tv Superintendent J . K. Nuwlin as pa.
seugers. The last naxed has already
relitrneil. lie has a ranch uear Moun
taiii llouie, .in miles south of I'endle-
1011, anil wa.it lo put thing- in proper
repair for an outing to occur later,
lie saw where a bear had been roeUng
around on his lariu, but it had done
no nr. ut tlamage.
Boaeh Holal Gusstt from Hsr.aOsuU.
Mrs. I, A. Vaughau aud Mrs. T. YV
Ayers, jr., ol Pendleton and Miss ber
th Matlock of Portland are al Havel
Hotel for a week. At the parlor con
certs Miss Matlock has contributed
recitations to the enjoyable pro
grammes. A111011K the Ka.leru Oregon people at
the Clatsop I teach were Mrs. C. J.
Smith and daughter, (ieorge liartuiaii,
jr., and Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Ileatli
nian of Pendleton. They registered at
the New tirimes hotel.
Kecent arrivals at the Newton,
North Uaach-K. K. -ludd and familv,
Mis. Kolierts, J. K. Ihcksun aud fam
ily, Mrs. Q, A . Il.1rtu1.1n, Mis. JeMie
liartuian, Mr- V Berkeley, all Id red
Berkeley, Mrs. N. K. Desna in, .M 1
Constance Despain, A. J. Clarke, Mis.
!.!. Clarke, of Pendleton : Mrs. John
L. Mharpstein, Miss Helen Sharpstein,
Mi.. Isaac, Walla Walla.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Keddiugton and
family have moved from Seaview to
occupy the Barber place, at Tioga.
Tbey have had as guests Mrs. Howanl
keylor aud two daughter, ol Walla
Walla who returned home Tuesday, t
tar three weeks at the beach.
A. Johnson aud wife uf Pendleton
have been at Long Beach hotel.
O.o. Buck, fitiirue, Ark.,aaya: 1 was
iroublad with constipation until I
bought DeWitt's Little fcarly Kiaars.
m.i... than have been entirely cured of
uiy old complaint. 1 recoiunn ml tiiein.
Talliuaii a Co,
JUST THINK OF IT!
4 Thrw-lourili. ol the psopn- la DaaaJUla
c-uaii t luias our oanids. auJ isl-lw ud
lh. other luarib lis. )u oomiuruce.1 to uk
tnvui. All this f oss 10 show (list oar. srs sll
KIKar-Cl.AslH.u.1 HKICEH KIUHT. We csrry
. coutpi.te stock ol ColLrs, Spun, HraMia.,
W hip.. ht patUt pscli wlills.. bs. IrniK
l..lbsr, leau, srscon oovsrs. cauvs.. sll kiu.l. .
Leading Harness and saddlery .
TW LJC K I NO,
ST(U A ( i bZ.
CftOWNER & SON.
I'KI KPMOSr MAIM .
. -aTa I m
From Palace to CottAfC
yon win And esretuek of oetpala esB
eieiitiy lamiprahenalia leBMei ell apeei
tleation- Tin Knglwh ef Ulla atntaBMnl
Is thlai We ana Hjnp yon w i:h nnal
Uanni njpnnw iiritetN ha nennwMC ent
tigcoi 11 arlntsj) unahWI, can furni.h Um
very bMt tn Is- hud BJVbenj utid will
charge ynu htll. in.in thun yon v. Ill
elsewhere for Inferior grader..
Agent f,it While sewing machine.
I nd.riak.r- snapMaa ulwuy n luiiid.
HAL IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET ALT A 4 WEBB rim
F. X. SCMEMPP, lnp.
Bold by JOHN SCHMIDT
The Louvrt Saloon
ii)i.iii; ti 11 iiiiiai
The Place to Buv :
Is where you can H ijuick
and cheap prices. Put m
your order lor ii.-.i.i-r iietl.
wuter tanks ainl iee.1 rack..
Bast line of
ilijV' MpST, 'I'.
Boittn Doorc it
. d DoOfS, Terra
PbAf Mill and
VViien you drink
"ninntisd not u
Dmss hudiohi or
Ask for it.
V ood and
t'lli-rei! F rout ilt
Plr 1 i TsuimsriK-k Pou
Moud nice sun J
t '.'lice r.-ar
l! Savings Hank
Help or Situation
C. F. Cook's EmklfaKlli Agency
R. FORSTtR, - Proprietor. Schultz Brewing Co.
l c m s co.
Cor. Court and Johnson Sti
Hn-mn heat Electric Llbu.
Amort, tn PkUi rsisi
ht1ropc.11 uIhij. o JIJ
rticlsl rsUi. t)
im Bu HeeU all Mkn
Commercial I radc boiivius
Fine .auiplt Kojius v
.Special Attention 0Ka ts
CONKAD KOHIXli MP
iv will kai
Corner Main and
I-1 M',. I I,,;,
Has the (oIIowiuk harKams,
:20 Acreti Wheat hund.$ 1 -"i(K)
BssStJtoook tod Ptiry Hunch
in Camas Purls, ( Ibstp,
Qood BousSi 8 Lois, HJQO,
Very Desirahle Residence
Very ( hoau.
1. IBWBLL, Manager
Yard u Wehh htres,t
Opnoaite Hunt Kreigia He,,r
Jfc are prepared u, lumi.h anything
b the nuiUr line ud can giuran.ee
i.voe mj ixt as cheap, if
line of Honrs
Also a hit; UnJ of
county jiropcrt) t licai
alen carrv a I k if..
WiliiliinjM Siaaai Vf i i
Parties coutantpl.tinn huilding bU do
see ,i u.for, .
" Almt rsrrv i 'a-..u.i.
1 J 1 inn-
Klr wuJ I'huna Main 8.
Notice U berehr gu u 111.
iiiteutluui ol rmsltlla com
r. suUi evaiuiu.lloiioi nipli
county papers, at ren-l.
" OIUUICUC1I1S V utlltf'ltt) . ""I
i) i loos a. ui , -mil vonliuuiiiil ui
Aususi in. si a'oioak p
rua st it rr
Wnduasdar Ksniu.uitp a'
niS'ibra. rrmliin.' ll4 tiros ii
tls -a'rllluu arillim-tic :.:
araouuar, buukkeapiuK. phfsics,
inuut, Friday -Pbytioiogy feofi
ttniliuistic. ciiuiptMilioti uul a
r.plty. at(urda Bouuy. plwisi
ral history, Knnhh luoriorss
roa nan faia
a'vtncs.li.v I 'e 1 1 ui . 1 1 s . t . i
raphy aud rtuidiug TnursO:
mellc l It .-or. ol I- iIuk S'
gou tibuol taw. frnlsy Ot
iriiituieili-. sh vsluitjaf v a .'i
"tinsarlsj Paanvuukip -'tkV2fii
tbuory ol iMcbing su-l awiaot"
Aruluuulii .utl pbynolo xoVU-'
Couniy asbool suptrisis.
Oregon's Most I anions Vf
The Hotel Flavel
Is now opcu or tbe t
Kvsry room elect rl
Kiuest Uslbiug be.
l.u.urloiln (.'tut, II
Hotel uuder i
v.y For rule.
i.r.l bjus .utt
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