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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
■ ■ .......... R. I’. Boise.
....... Geo. W. Belt.
11. P. Bird,
J. W. Watts.
It. It. I.auglilin,
F. N. Little,
. L. Lougharv.
J. 8. llibbs.
O. W. Briedwell.
T. .1. Harris.
W. W. Nelson.
J. A. C. Freund.
. .1. D. Fenton.
D. C. Narver.
TELEPHONE whisperings .
S hackled .—Ou Wednesday livening
us Sheriff Harris was locking Marple in
his cell, says the Register, Marple be
came very abusive, ami on Thursday
morning the sheiilT placed a 16-pouml
shackle around the prisoner’s leg and
locked him in his cell, w here lie will re
main both day anil night. This wearing
tlie shackle hurts Marnle’s feelings and
ho thought that he was being imposed
upon, but he received no sympathy
from those who were present. The
sherifl searched Marple Wednesday
morning anti found a bunch of cigarette
paper which was full of writing, accus
ing some of our prominent men as be
ing the murderer of D. I. Corker. It is
believed stronger and stronger every
day, among our citizens that the right
man, or murderer of D. I. Corker is now
in jail. When Marple's legs were being
decorated with tlie shackle, he made the
remark that he would like for the crowd to
take him out anil hang him rather than
to wear tlie shackle. Sheriff Harris de
serves credit for tlie precaution he lias
taken in keeping this character in close
and safe quarters. It is thought by many
who were piesent that Marple will soon
make a confession, as ha lias lost the
bravado lie has assumed all along, and
now thinks his days are numbered.
Fann for Sale,
We are told that there was a temple
The Wm. White place 2J, miles east,
at Rome in which there was a sacred
of this city is in my hands for sale. This I
fire suspended in the air and watched by
farm consists of 280 acres of land well |
December 4, 1886.
vestal virgins. If this fire chanced to be
Colds are prevalent—ague on the de improved and can be had for $25 per '
extinguished, all business public and cline.
acre, if sold before December 1st.
—iUCCKSSOB TO D. C. NABVKÄ—
private was suspended until the acci
l'rotacted meetings are iu progress at Terms very easy. Also some valuable '
dent was expiated. The laws relating 1 ‘ Pieasantdale.
| personal property can be had with the
to the virgins who watched the sacred i The Sabbath school at Pieasantdale is j [ farm cheap, good 4-year old horse, 6 j
fire were severe. If the virgins were j preparing for a Christmas entertain- i head of cattle, 50 lull blood merino I
sheep, I new wagon, some hay, Bheaf1
guilty of neglect, they sometimes were ment.
oats and household furniture.
cruelly punished. If any virgin infring J. M. Lambert wishes to dispose of his
C. W. T almaob ,
ed the law m hich forbade her to marry, young cattle with a view to going east oi
she was buried alive; being confined to ’
Bncklen’s Arnica Salve.
an underground vault with a lamp, and • C. A. & T. Carey and W. H. Lambert
a little bread, wine and oil. This sa- 1 ; made a business« trip to Oregon City
The best salve in the world for cuts,
cred fire was tended by virgins reared i
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rlieuin, fever
for the purpose for about eleven centu-1 School is progressing finely, frequent sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Carries the Largest and Best Stock
additions being m ule of the Luger schol corns, and nil skin eruptions, and posi-
ries. During this period twenty maids! ars; all will probably be enrolled soon. !
J lively cures piles, or no pay requiied.
in Yamhill County.
were condenied to death. To us this is |
On account of the dedication at Day-1 I It is guaranteed to give perfect^atisfac-
a story which sounds like a myth. To j ton last Sabbath tlie concert was post- I i tion, or money refunded
those poor creatures who suffered death : polled untill next Sabbath (tomorrow.) I cents per box. For sale by Rogers &
in a vault of tlie earth, there was some- 1 There is talk of having a Christ mas tree . Todd.
thing unmistakably real.
Let us I at Webfoot church ; hope it will prove a
now use the story as an illustration. verity. It has been a thing unknown
In free America education is the sacred here for some time.
All persons indebted to Terry and
If traditions of the weather prophets Wright will please call and settle their
tire that swings before her altars. Let
that sacred flame be extinguished and are tine that the first three days of Dec accounts immediately. The accounts are
govern the winter then we shall in my hands and tlie books must be
the business of the world must stop. ember
decidedly have a beautiful February.
dosed up at once.
Chaos and confusion would reign, and
L ee W rioht .
expiation could not be procured except has found that it is not good that, man
by the sacrifice of many noble sons. should live alone, and has taken tonim-
The pure light of knowledge needs guar self a helpmeet, or, in other words, Mr.
Owing to the change in our business
Third Street Bet. I) and E. 5tf
dians. Ruthless hands are readj’ to de Joel Dorsey and Miss Huldali Hutchens
united in the holy bonds of wed we need all the money due us. So all
stroy the good everywhere. Our col were
lock on last. Sabbath evening, Nov. 28, who owe us please call and settle at
leges. like vestal virgins, stand and min 1886. S. R. Baxter J. P. officiating. once.
ister at the altars. They are unceasing We join with the many friends of this
R ogers & T odd .
in their efforts for the higher develop- ! Worthy young couple in wisliing them a
ment and culture of the youth. This went to their home near. Wheatland on
care and watchfulness colleges exercise, ¡Wednesday.
“ a ( A Acres of fine rolling land one and
C ornet .
not for their own sakes but because all
7 one-half miles from McMinnville McMinnville Sasli and door Factory/
that is sacred and good is in jeopardy,
for $45 per acre. Enquire of
—Dealers in -
except a sleepless eye guard it well.
T homas R ogers .
White and lied Lead,
December 6, 1880,
Long live Harvard and Yale! Long live j
Linseed and Lubricating Oils,
Mrs. Dr. Goucher died last evening
Varnishes of all Description,
You cannot afford to waste time in expe
Mr. Crannall narrowlv escaped a se after a prolonged illness.
rious hurt recently. While turning on
Grand select, ball in Lancefield’s hall rimenting when your lungs are in danger.
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
the horizontal liar liis hold gave way at this place Christmas eve. Cards will Consumption always seems at first, only a
and he eame to the ground, lighting oh soon be out.
upon you with some cheap imitation of Dr.
his head and shoulders.
He kept at
and Princess Metatic
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hawley have re Coughs and Colds, but be sure you get the
his work, however, and did not lose a
genuine. Because be can make more profit
lie may tell you he has something just as Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre/
The literary society debated the tariff as happy as clams at higli tide.
or just the same. Don’t be deceived,
question at one of its recent meetings.
Prof. Longacre begins the second quar good,
insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis
The young orator on free trade was just ter of his school here to-dav with a good but
which is guarrantee'd to give relief
a little puzzled that the recent elections attendance. Mrs. L. is assistant.
in all Throat, Lung anu Chest affections
as Low as the Lowest.
went against his principles.
bottles free at Roger A Todd’s Drug
The crew of the large ship that went Trial
Among the sick on Collegeside we
JONES & Co.
mention Martin Rhodes, who is still out ashore at Haystack rock caine down on
of school on account of sore throat, Miss the narrow gauge to White’s station to
Saved His Life.
Walton, who has had a severe attack of day. They were a jolly crowd.
quinsey. After medical attendance she
A sister of our townsmen, Chas. Jack,
D, I. Wilcoxon, of Ilorsc fave. Ky., says
is slowly improving.
arrived from Iowa last week. She and he was, for many vears, l>a<Uy nlHieteil with
Two of I’rof. Crawford’s children have her brother had not met before for over Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains were al
most unendurable und would sometimes al
been ill with sore throat. They are bet 20 years.
most throw him into convulsions. He tried
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
Electric Bitters and got relief from the first
The cold foggy weather of the last tew
I bottle and after taking six bottles, was en
weeks seems to have started tlie annual
tirely cured, mid hud gained in flesh eigh Carries a full stock of Furniture, of nl>
run of colds,and not many on Collegeside,
kinds, Fine lied room Sets, Mirrors,
teen pounds. Pays he positively believes
Mould hxgs, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
as well as elsewhere, have escaped.
would have diet!, had it not been for the
An election of officers of Cnster Post he
relief afforded bv Electric Bitters. Sold at
More than ninety pupilshave been en
No. 9, G. A. R. for the ensuing year fifty cents a bottle by Rogers it Todd.
rolled this yeat.
Mrs. Walton of La Camas, W. T., is will be held at Grange hall, December
Home Produce Market,
at Prof. Crawford’s,attending her daugh 11, at 1 o’clock p. m. Every member ¡ b
expected to be present.
J. W. G ault ,
J ackson .
Corrected for the T elephonic by Baxter A-
Store, one 4oor south of bridge, Sberidaif,
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. H.
For a square meal go to the St. Charles
—only 25 cents.
P. W. Todd will soon leave for Clover
Work is being pushed rapidly ahead
at the Star mills.
M usical P rodioies .—Every member
Vases and china cups of all kinds at of tlie McGibeny family are musicians,
Baxter & Martin’s.
from the parents down to little 3-year-
W. H. Bingham has been on the sick old Leo. Their programme includes so
list for several days.
los, duets, quartets and a full orchestra.
Dr. J. C. Miehaux, of Sher dan, was Little Jamie, 6-year-oid, conducts the
in the city yesterday.
orchestra, sings beautifully and manipu
Call at. Rogers & Todd’s and see their lates the big bass dium. The grand
line display of Holiday goods.
march of the troupe is worth the price
The proceeds of the fair and festival of admission. Remember the date of
last Wednesday were about $45.
their concert—Tuesday, December 14.
Look at C. Griesen's immense stock There are very few reserved seats for
s de yet at Rogers & Todd’s drug store.
of holiday goods now open.
Parties wishing these seats had better
Baxter & Martin have just opened out avail themselves of the opportunity at
a fine line of Christmas goods.
51t2 once as the box sheet will be closed in a
lion. F. N. Little of Moore’s Valley few days.
was in the city on business yesterday.
V essel A shore .—We received word
The governor has appointed H. S, Ma Sunday of a vessel going ashore near
loney of Sheridan to be a notary public.
Nestuvea one day last week, but partic
Soper Bros, have purchased the farm ulars were ineagCe. From what we were
ot Win. Warren. Consideration $5,000. able to learn it was a British vessel, in
Try that cup and saucer coffee at Bax ballast, bound to Portland for wheat.
ter & Martin’s. Best and cheapest. 51t2 The weather was very thick and the
The revival meetings at the M. F. captain lost his bearings. He had given
church will be continued during this the man at the wheel oideis to run a
straight course for a ceitain length of
Baxter & Martin have jttst received time; he had hardly turned to enter the
the finest line of fancy crockery in the cabin when she struck on a sand flat
and stuck fast. The crew went ashore
and word was sent to Portland for a tug.
Quarterly meeting of the Methodist Probably the only dumage is the loss of
ehnrch, Sheridan next Saturday and time and tug hire.
A N ovel L etter H ead .—The first of
M. S. Goff moved, yesterday, into the
Campbell house lately vacated by A. V. the week says the Albany Herald, we
received a business letter from Mr. J.
Before yon buy your Christmas pres W. Redington ot the Heppner Gazette.
ents call and examine Baxter & Martin’s Tl e printed letter head read as follows :
“Office of the Heppner Weekly Gazette,
Rev. G. J. Burchett is in Dayton in dealers in births, marriages, deaths,
attendance at a revival meeting being scandies, sermons and other yarns,
carried on there.
Wicked and worldly, borrowed by the
George Cornet is the efficient and gen neighbors, condemned by the clergy,
tlemanly artist in Welch's Tonsoral Par Fine for bustles—also for lining cabins.
T. W. Redington editor and proprietor—
lors, after August 6.
also devil.” For originality Red. beats
Wheat, per bu............... ........
Tom Rogers and Bert Heath are bring the world, the flesh and the other gen
B eautiful W eather .—If some of our Gals, per bu
ing in some fine m'nk. They are trap tleman.
The new city council met in regular Atlantic cousins could be set down in Flour, per bar.
ping on the Yamhill.
session last evening. Present: Mayor Oregon this morning, Dec. 3, says tho Eggs,
On the first Sunday in
best, per lb....
new M. E, chti'ch on the South Yam in Third street yesterday and were Wortman, Recorder Spencer, Marshal Albany Buletin, they would doubtless Cheese,
20c 67 30c
hill will be dedicated.
watched by an interested crowd on the Kautman, Street Commissioner Wal be greatly surprised. The weather is Bacon, »idea
Skating rink has started un airain in sidewalk and various doorsteps. Gus lace; Councilmen Campbell, Jones, like an April morning, the sun is shin ”
hum, sugar cured.
ing brightly, the grass and grain are "
the Mohawk hall. Skating Wednesday Detmering was the only successful fish Holl, Narver and Palmer.
and Saturday evenings.
Minutes of previous meeting read and growing nicely, flowers may be seen in
erman we saw. Ho hooked something,
■ ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
many gardens, and December seems i phvtricians said: Neuralgia was the pruver
.1. P. Magruder is back to old Yam which after a half-hour’s work he suc approved.
Monthly reports of recorder, marshal
, of a «localised nerve for healthy blood, 1 sc
hill again. He has been working on the ceeded in landing in front ot his store.
and street commissioner read and placed like the ides of May. There is no pre I Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine for the blood.
0. A P. extension, above Albany.
Upon examination it proved to be a pyr on
vailing sickness in the community and I For sale by Kogers & Todd.
! everybody seems cheerful anil happy.
Charley Cook left for Portlan 1 yester amid shaped piece of iron with a ring in
The following bills were allowed;
REV. W. FISK REQKA, of Aurora. Ill.,
Compare this picture, a truthful one,
day. He expects to go to Eastern the top, used for fastening horses to. It Mcneely & Co., bell.......
“I have used Gilmore’s Aromatic
is on exhibition in front of his store this
With any place on the Atlantic sea says;
Oregon where lie will probably locate.
and find it an excellent household
Maufinun, marshal’s fees.......... 35
board, and you will realize the advant remedy
that none ought to do without. For
Ladies guild of St. James church will
ages of climate in the selection of a sale by Rogers
tneet at the residence of Mrs. D. C. Nar
D ied .—Mrs. Dr. Goucher, of Amity, G. W. Burt, coal oil and height. 12
home wherein to spend your days.
THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olean was
ver to-inorrow (Wednesday) at 2 p. in. of whoso illness mention was made a C. A. Wallace, street commission
so F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro asked what made her complexion so clear
About twenty-five of the sailors from few days ago, died at her residence in D. C. Ireland <fc Co., printing.. .
and beautiful. »She said it was by using
perty situated just outside the city lim Gilmore's Aromatic wine. For sale by
the ship wrecked at Nestucca, passed Amity, Sunday evening, about 7o’clock. Campbell, committeeman’s ex
through town yesterday on their way to
4 50 its, for sale at a bargain. Large house, Rogers A Todd.
A post mortem examination of her re
Talmage, Spencer and Harding,
well built; several acres of ground for MRS. I, LOOMIS, of Elba. N. Y.. writes
canvassing city vote...............
Great bargains in all kinds of watches, mains was made by Dr. S. A. Young of
6 00 gardening, small fruit of various kinds us that she was si»-k for six months, was in
to try Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine,
clocks, plated ware, etc., nt the Mc this city, assisted by her step-son Dr.
nicely started, numerous outhouses, duced
four bottles cured her. For sale bv
Total...................................... $192 11 barn, etc. Everything in good order. and
Minnville Jewelry store, Wm. Holl, pro Goucher. It was found that the cause
Rogers A Todd.
of her long sufferings was cancer of the
On motion a committee was appoint Satisfactory reasons for wanting to sell.
REV. IL B. EWELL, of Pavillion, N. Y.
stomach. Her funeral will take place at ed consisting of Campbell, Jones and ; For further particulars enquire at this
Miss F. E. Russ has a fine assortment Amity to-day. Deceased was about 58
says of Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine; “I l»e-
liete it to be a most desirable remedy to be
nfTohogan caps at her millinery parlors years old.
on Third street between B and E streets |
placed in every family.” For sale by Rog
which will be disposed of cheap! 90
F or S ale C heap .—Forty acres of
streets. This committee was unpointed headquarters at tho office of Dr. If. V. TH E WIFE. M()THER AND M AID who
Several young men are talking of or
to see if the property owners would not V. Johnson. Dr. Taylor makes a spe
from Female weakness and Debility,
ganizing a gymnasium, and are to meet northwest of McMinnville, adjoining the clean tlie streets at their own expense cialty of hemorrhoids and other diseases sutler
will find Gilmore’s Aromatic a pos’tive
to-night for the purpose of perfecting an Dave McCall place on the left. This without the council passing an ordinance of the rectum. No charge for examina cure< For sale by Rogers <t Todd.
Cure guaranteed or no charge
piece of land is offered for sale cheap on compelling them to do so. Committee tions.
GILMORE'S AROMATIC is n great sue-
cess, therefore we challenge the World to
Mr. A. Andrews of Atwood, Morrow- easy terms. It is well fenced, contains to report at. regular meeting to-night.
its equal as a restorative for wom
Co. an old resident of Yamhill, has been a living spring of water, ten acres of it
Holiday Goods are going off like hot an. For sate by Rogers A Todd.
ion a vist to old friends. He started for has been under cultivation, and eight ed consisting of Jones, Narver and cakes
Campbell, to suggest amendments to
REV I. M. DERBY, of Limb n. N. Y..
acres has been slashed. Price $10 per the city charter. Committee to report have to run a lottery swindle to sell
says; ‘‘The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
them either; the prices are so low they ed a great blessing to my wife.’, For sale
Clocks can be bought at the McMinn- acre. For further particulars call at the at some future meeting of council.
pille Jewelry store cheaper than any T elephone office.
■ No further business being on hand, sell themselves.
by Rogera A Todd.
where else. Come and see for vonrseP.
old O ut .—P. W. Todd has sold his council adjourned to meet in regular
Billiards at the “Orphan’s Home” 15
W m . H oll .
interest in the city drug store to liis
cents per game of 34 points; 20 cents for
I Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large brother J. A. Todd, and will start for
W illamette U niversity .—There are 50 points, and 25 cents for 50 points
f” small quantities; sweet cider, 15
rents per gallon, at the cider mill of his California home to-morrow, Tl.e now 300 stndents attending tlie Willam when one plaver discounts
H. 11. W elch .
Pno. J. Sax.
store will still be conducted under the ette university at Salem. This number
The McMinnville Jewelry store is the
I Geo, Wilcox has so far recovered from name of Rogers <t Todd, and will be pre will be considerably increased before
I11’ attack of typhoid fever as to be able sided over by the genial senior partner, the maximum number of attendance of la gest west of Portland, arid tho cheap SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
['’again assume his duties in the rail J. L. Rogers’. We bespeak for the new the school year is reached. The second ■ est place to buy goods in Oregon. Wm. i Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
road office here.
firm of Rogers & Todd a continuance of term opened very prosperously. The ! Holl is the proprietor.
I Miss Inez Johnson returned yesterday the liberal patronage they have received university lias made arrangements to
Good Results in Every Case.
f om a visit to friends in Monmouth, in the past.
furnish day board to young men and
»here she had gone in the hope of bene
L ecture .—Prof. T. F. Campbell, will boys at $1 50 per week. With an ex D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
plow work a specialty.
fiting her health.
lecture in the Christian church this city perience of one terin this arrangement of Chattanoga, Tenn., writes that lie was r
I Prof. Crawford will preach at the M. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday ev lias been found to ba practicable. Over seriously afflicted with a severe cold that i
Also manufacture the
■ church next Sunday morning. Rev. enings. His subjects will be, “Man, fifty voting men are now boarding in the i settled on bis lungs : had tried mafiy renie-1
hall provi led for them at this price. «lies without benefit. Being induced to try fíST’Cdsbrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
■«tchwell goes to Sheridan to attend
Death, Demonology.” Prof. Campbell Ex-Governor Gibbs has just sent to the Dr. King's New IWecovery f«»r consumption |
GIVE ME A CALL.
so and was entirely cured by Use of a '
is an accomplished and thorough scholar, university about 200 volumes as a free I did
■ At a meeting of the fire delegates last and
few bottles. .Since which time he has used !
I it in his farnilv for all coughs and colds [
■nday evening, the chief engeneer was in a manner exciting the highest de
»nered to procure a nurse to wait upon gree of interest. The public are cordial There has been a considerable advance with l)cst reFnits. This is the experience of ;
thuUsatNi* Whoae lives have been saved by i
BC. Force during his illness.
ly invited to attend. Admission free. in the price of coffee within the past few this wonderful discovery.
ILogan Bros, and Henderson are pnt-
Trial bottles free at Rogen A Told's drug
D ouble W edding .—A double wedding
■’M? a concrete floor on the ground to be
B*i>pied by their new stables. The con- took place here yesterday at the Cath yon want any, to the T elephone office,
■*r‘ for the Wood work has not been olic church, Father Gibney officiating. Tecanse—-you are sure to get just ex
An End to Done Scraping.
actly what you want. Cheapest, too.
F<lward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, III., |
■ were mistaken in last issue regard-
P ied —In Granville, Ohio, November «ays: “Having receive«! so much L-nefit
Mr. Wolsey. He is not at his farm bons and Mary Ryan, and Daniel Gib
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to I
■ven miles southwest of town, but nt bons and Allice Ryan. The bridegrooms
■* residence in this city. His condition are brothers and reside near Dayton ed was the wife of G. B. Johnson, brother let suffering humanity know it. Have had f
while the brides are sisters Irom Moore's of Dr. H. V. Johnson, and Mrs. C. F. a running sore on rny teg for eight years;
j““! very critical.
Talmage and Mrs. J. II. Turner, of this mv doctors told me iv«»ul«l have to* have
■7*} he? last trip the steamer State of
tbeLme scraped or leg amputaten. I used
Repair Broken Machinery
city, and an uncle of both members ot instead,
_____ _____ _
three hot tier of Electric Bittersand
■luornia brought ninety-two tons of happy.”
kihds—Farm Machinery, Traction
■te for the Portland & Willamette rail-
B orn .—To the wife of N.J. Wisecai-
ia now sound and well.**
■ , As soon as this supply is laid the yer on Sunday, December 5, 1886, a son.
L ost —A diamond shirt stud. Anyone leg Electric
Bitters arc sold at fiftv cents a
■P below Dundee will be finished and
Locksmithing a Specialty.
and Bucklen’s Arnica salve at 25c. ;
To the wife of John Wisecarver, Mon finding the same will Is» suitably reward iMitlle,
F108 ’ill commence running regular-
l*07 b'JA by Koger- A Todd.
Ore Hnry weeit nf Rffivfer <•
day, November 30, 1880, a daughter.
New Blacksmith Shop!
BEDROCK PRICES !
Come and ì» Convinced.
Jones & Co.,
Furniture Store !
Undertaker’s Goods !
G. E. LETTERING.
- 1 1
Dry Goods House
In the City,
Livery and Feed stable!!
R. McKUNE, P nopr .
Transient Stock WcH Cared For !■'
Teams and outfits furnished parties wish-
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
Give me a Call
HERE WE ARE AT LAST I
—Harness at the—
Lafayette Harness shop,
Bug,TV HarncMN from $12.00 and upward/
Teniji Harness from $25.00 and upward.-
I have also .something entirely new in the*
line of » .vent puds.
My term« nre < ASH, or note« that can»
be turned into cnjdi.
—Having Bought the—
Truck and Express
Bosiriess of Lo»/iin Bros. »V Hender
son, I am ready tu do al I kinds of
—At Any Time.—
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
Give 51« » Trial.
M. S. GOFF
COLLARD, Boot and Shoo Store !
Next to Ynndiill County Bank.
The largest »nd Flne.t Stork ♦ver hrotigb»
to Yumhill County.
Boots and Shoes mode to order »nd ne»tl/
Prices to the Bedrock.