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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1894)
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894.
Entered at the Poftnffiee in McMinnville,
as Second-clató matter.
For the next 30 I »ays I offer the
GATES & HENRY. Props.
E Street, north of Third. Even thin;.' Nyw and
Fir-t-eia -. Conveyance of ( onuiu iHal Travel
er» a ‘•pwialty Board an«! stabling by the day or
month. We -olicit a fair »hare of the local pat
CITY MARKE I
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
No. 9 Improved Wheeler & Wilson.........
New Home, 6-drawer
CHOICÍST IN THE MARKET.
EarhufF < >rgans
25 PERCENT DISCOUNT
South »ide Third St. between B and C.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
20 Per Cent
Discount on all Alarm and 8-day CLOCKS
Logan & Ku ich, Prop's.
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
Cut Give Us a Call.
Bath» are new an<l first.-la»» in every re
spect. La'llei’ Bruhn and nhampooing a special
ty. Employ none but first-claaa men. Don’t
forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
Straight Business. Everything marked in Plain Figures
Remember, for 30 Days only, or Oct. 1st.
We know i« a bard thing to get, and
when you have it the beat place to get
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Brushes and ».'Ils them cheaper than
they can he bought anywhere else in
the Willamette Valley. Our ail home
made sets of harness are pronounced
nu.ui'pasHable by those who buy them
■ in: tic tuvN V5I.I i
You want to fix the old house up and make it look as goo I as new.
Here are the prices that will do it:
White Lead 7c per lb.
Gilt Wall Paper 12 I-2c roll
Screen Doors and Hinges $1.50
Paid up Capital, $.50,000
Window Screens 50c
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Aliichine Oil 15c gal
Spray Pumps $1.25
- - J. H' C'OIEJ.S’.
Garden Hose five cents a foot
Vice 1‘resident, - J. EE LA UliULlX.
E. C. A I’l‘EESO.\
A Mt. Cashier
O’. ,8. LISK
—Me Minn ville, Oregon.—
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil by the Barrel always on hand.
Best Pure Prepared Paint in the Mai'Ket.
Board of Directors:
J. W. COWLES,
LEE I.AI GULIN,
A. J. APFEKSON,
J. I. KOGERS.
Sell sight Exchange ami Telegraphic Tians
fersnn New York, Suu Francisco ami Portluml.
Di’pisits received subject to cheek. Intere-l paid
ou Time Deposits. Loans money on approved
aecurlty. Collection» made on all accessible
JOHN F. DERBY,
GALVANIZED IRON WEBFOOT GUTTER
Eight Feet Long Without a Seam.
Belter and cheaper th in Tin. Must be seen to understand all its good qualities.
you will always find Hodson lias the Best Goods and Bust Prices,
BURNS & DANIELS
Proprietor of The McMinnville
Situated at the Southwest corner of the Fan
All sizes of first-class Drain Tile kept eonstantlj
on baud at lowest living prices.
M c M innville ,
E. J. Qualey & Co
Wholesale an<l Retail Deale» in
On Oul fits for New
Housekeepers. . . .
AND ALL KINDS OF
H ome 3 eekers , A ttent | oni
All work fully guaranteed to give perfect satis- 1
faction. Refers by permission to Wm. Me Chris-I
man, Mrs. L. E. Bewley. Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
Holl's Old Jewelry Stand. 3d Street.
I. K. UOl'CUKK.
Calbreath & Goucher.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
M o M inntiuk
(OfBc» over Braly's bank.)
Located at Sheridan, Yamhill County, Oregon, arc just now offering
bargains in real estate that can't be duplicated in the Willamette valley.
Lands lhat have been held in large tracts are now being subdivided into
tracts to suit purchaser, and at prices that defy competition. People with
small means and desiring homes on the installment plan, will find it to
their interest to call upon or address this company. Sheridan is in a fa
vored fruit district of Oregon, out of range of the codlin moth and other
insect pests. We also have some fine business openings and mill properties
for sale or exchange for other property. Trades of all,kinds negotiated.
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive circular and price list will be for
warded on demand.
Below we give a few farms we are offering for sale:
NO. 1. 488 acres, 400 in cultivation, large two-storv bouse, large barn, two
large bearing orchards, nice stream of water running through the pasture, furnish
ing abundance of water at all times of year, situated on county road and railroad,
2'.. miles from Amity. This will be sold at a great sacrifice and divided to suit
NO. 2. 180 acres, 80 acres in crop, balance easy cleared, situated on county
road Smiles from Sheridan,
mile from school, splendid hop, grain or fruit land;
price $15 per acre.
B. E COULTER, Prop.
NO. 3. 200 acres, 50 acres cleared, balance .voung oak and fir land, nice
Goods of all descriptions moved and stream water, a splendid stock ranch, situated 3 miles from Sheridan; price $7 per
careful handling guaranteed. Collections acre.
NO. 4. 100 acres all in cultivation, adjoining the city limits of Sheridan, fine
will be made monthly. Hauling of all hop land ; price $33 per acre.
kinds done cheap.
NO. 5. 30 acres, 15 acres clear, all lays fine to cultivate when clear, lj-.i
miles from Sheridan ; price $12.50 per acre.
Truck and Dray Go.
Third St. I door W.
of Burns <S Daniels
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Rest 25c Viral in City.
Choice Fruits, Confections. Nuts and Cigars.
Lemonade, Soda Pop, Etc.
Board by the Day or Week.
SHERIDAN LAND COMPANY. Sheridan, Oregon.
ISAAC DAUGHERTY. Manager.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
The Sheridan dog case cost the county
Don’t fail to call and see the new goods
Attorney Douglas of North Yamhill
was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. Matthieu and Mrs. Parker re
turned front Netarts on Thursday.
Sidney Root of West Cbehalem was
in the city Monday visiting his brother.
The churches have agreed that here
after evening services shall begin at 7:30.
Janies Whycombe, state veterinarian,
was here Wednesday in conference with
Dr. G. S. Wright won a one-mile bicy
cle race at Portland Saturday. Time,
2:43. There were five entries.
County Clerk McKern has gained
fourteen pounds already since taking
charge of his office two months ago. If
this keeps on he will be a bigger man
than his predecessor.
Field Allen cut the top of his right foot
with an ax quite severely on Saturday
while employed at Jones’ mill, He was
brought to town Sunday and is getting
along reasonably well.
Lyman Latourette, one of Oregon
City’s native boys, but now of Mc
Minnville, was a spectator at the tourna
ment and also visited old friends while
here.—O. C. Enterprise.
The Standard dictionary is the best,
'Mr. Haworth has delivered the first vol
unie to his McMinnville subscribers,
who are well pleased. He will deliver
the second volume in a month or two.
William Hash, the 17-year-old lad from
Willamina, arrested la3t week for break
ing into the cabin of A. S. Bible on Test
ament creek and stealing therefrom, was
released from jail on Friday, by furnish
ing the requisite $300 bond.
Pres. Browneon will preach at the Bap
tist church next Sunday morning. In
the evening at 7 :30 there will be held at
same church a C. C. C. meeting under
auspices of the C. E. society. Profs.
Brownson ami Northup and others will
make short addresses. Everybody is
cordially invited to be present.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 12.00 PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five cents.
H. G. Miller, who lives about five
miles up the valley, has traded his
100 acre farm to his brother-in-law.
G. C. Christenson, for the latter's
town property aud elevator. Mr.
Miller will move to town soon, but
George will remain and look after
the elevator till about the first of the
year, after which he will move out
ou his farm and become a granger
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report.
Miss May Scroggin went to Salem
last Tuesday to attend school this
C. C. Linden returned from Tilla-
mook Wednesday. His horse died
with colic on the return trip, and he
had to hire another one to get home.
Wm. Hash, formerly of Willamina,
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was arrested Tuesday by Constable
THE SILETZ IMilAtS.
Bewley on complaint of A. S. Bible,
who charges that Hash broke into
A person who has lived for six
his cabin on Testament creek on
on a ranch within half a mile southernmost point. The observer were needed te protect the railway
August 1st and stole meat, canned
Siletz reservation, gives the will therefore see the shadow first at company's property. It is also re
beef. etc. Hash is only 17 years old,
the north point of the moon's disk. ported that the company will bring
and was accompanied on his burglar Oregon City Enterprise the following: As the moon moves up toward the in a bill against the United States
There are about five hundred In
ious expedition by a younger boy,
of different tribes, all more or left, the shadow will appear to move for the transportation of the United
who, on account of his tender years,
by throat and lung dis down toward the right, covering at States deputy marshals on their
escaped arrest. Young Hash was
present death rate the middle of the eclipse a little less trains during the strike.
arraigned before Justice Rhodes at
Secretary’ Morton does not believe
will be very’ few ten than a quarter of the diameter of the
McMinnville, Tuesday, who bound
moon's disk, and leaving it at a point in irrigation, and is credited with
him over to the grand jury in the
58 degrees to the west from the north
sum of $300; in default of bail. Hash dom follow the directions of the point. The first contact will occur having written the following nonpro
gressive sentiment in a letter to the
agency’ physician, but resort to their
went to jail.
own barbarous remedies, such as at 9 h. 36 m., central standard time.' president of the irrigation congress
burning a sore because they know The eclipse will be at its maximum last March: “The farmers complain
Springbrook is getting things in how to cure a burn, or taking sweat at 10 h. 32 ni. and will pass off at 11 now of overporduction and why
shape to build a new $1,000 church baths. For the latter they prepare h. 28 m. A total eclipse of the sun they should petition the government
a tent or other apartment to prevent will occur September 28, 1894. It to make appropriations to fertilize
yet this fall.
will be invisible in America. The arid lands with water and beget still
Martin Cook got taugled up in a the escape of steam made by’ pouring
path of totality passes across the further production, I am at loss to
runaway near Portland one day last
patient has reached the most profuse Indian ocean. The eclipse will be determine. Really, the farmer who
week and was severely bruised up.
partial in Africa, Persia, Hindostán, asks the government for au appro
Last Friday the Toledo brought perspiration he is plunged into the and southern Australia.
priation with which to irrigate the
175 hop pickers to the vicinity of creek, and these mountain streams
arid lands and subarid regions, peti
Sea Trial of a .>u vigal iug Tricycle.
Butteville. Saturday she brought
tions the government to tax him so
200 more, came up to NewbeWg and
Mr. Pinkert is the inventor of an as to create more competitors for
took on 77 and dropped down to the agency by the superintendent, aquatic machine of the tricycle na
him in the markets of the world.”
Champoeg and Butteville with them. Miss Hunt, and her assistants, prin ture. The machine consists of three
cipally ladies. The Indians are per
hollow wheels, air tight, with pad The commissioners investigating
suaded, not compelled, to send their
dles fixed upon their exteriors. The the Chicago strike have adjourned to
W. T. Pillman has sold Mrs. John children to school, where they re
wheels are worked by crank pedals meet in Washington, September
Bradiley 20 feet south of the butcher ceive food, clothing and a three-told
after the manner of the bicycle. On 26th. Oue hundred and seven wit
shop for a bakery. The purchase education. From 9 to 12 o’clock is
this curious contrivance the inventor nesses have been heard so far.
price paid was $10 per foot.
devoted to text-book studies, and
Nothing official has been given out
attempted last month to cross the
D. H. Thayer has leased his farm from 1 to 4, to industrial training.
as to the views which may have been
English Channel, from CapeGrisnez,
to E. Mabee for two years. Mr. The girls are taught household du
formed by the commission, but it is
France, to Folkestone, England.
Thayer and family expect shortly to ties and feminine accomplishments;
believed that the chief recommenda
The distance across is only about
return to their old home in New the boys learn the mysteries of the
tion will be for thecreation of a state
twenty-five miles, but it is difficult
York, where thej’ will remain. We farm and shop. There are about 80
board of arbitration to judge be
for navigation bj’ small craft. A
regret to lose such excellent citi dusky pupils in attendance. They
tween employer and employe; the
calm day was chosen, when Mr.
licensing of engineers and conduct
I “learn to do by doing” the work of
Pinkert rolled his queer vehicle
The Forest Grove Times complains
In a letter to T. W. Smith, Lester all kinds needed by a people.
ors and firemen will, probably, also
down to the water's edge, and then
that a man, said to be from Carlton, sold
B. Stiner of Lexington, Neb., writes
be recommended; the cultivation of a
a quantity of what was represented to be
with the assistance of a man to push
that he would soon start far Oregon. but the beauty and talent is found
kindly feeling between wage-earners
lard to the Western hotel, llobach’s
he worked out through the breakers
bakery and others, which turned out to He has been employed to teach the chiefly among tlq? half-breeds. Th^ and headed for old England. It was and those for whom they labor will
It is said Pullman will
be tallow. If he had sold it for Cali Wheatland school, of which he will are very fond of music but have no pretty slow work, but the inventor be advised.
not escape censure for the method
patience to master the theory.
fornia creamery butter there would take charge upon his arrival here.
bravely continued his exertions.
Carter, Hadaway & Co., one day
probably have been no kick coming.
After receiving a good education After many hours of labor and when engaged in his town, as well as for
E. J. Esson has been building a house this week, threshed 3,448 bushels of they frequently return to their half way across the tide turned and rejecting all proposals for arbitra
for Mr. Lambright of Gopher valley. He wheat and oats. They moved and squalid homes and seemingly forget Mr. Pinkert became satisfied he tion,and that the general managers’
got the nerve ailment that so many of set up their machine four times dur the arts of civilization, except, per would be carried away from land; so association and St. John will be re
buked for not giving the zYmerican
the people brought home with them ing the day. Who has beat this haps, when they go to the dance
he hailed a passing vessel and was
from the mountains, and had to stop work?
they will be arrayed in the finest taken on board. He will probably Railway Union a hearing when it
work, This peculiar affliction is said to
silk and broadcloth of the gayest make further experiments.— Scien wished to end the strike. Marshal
North Yamhill Record
be a relative of the shingles, and the
Arnold and his strike deputies are
A. Brisbine has two meat wagons
doctors have a theory that it is brought
not likely to be spared severe criti
They live in frame houses and have
on by a sudden change from a hot to a on the road supplying the hop yards
If the commisson is guided
good land and are wretched farmers.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
by testimony alone, it cannot help
They are always ready to trade work
When an Oregon newspaper wants to
There is not a vacant residence in for a horse, wagon or gun. They are
George R. Peck, the author of the recommending government owner
do some tall bragging on its own agri town. This shows that North Yam
boy book, was renominated by ship of rwilroads, wherever possible.
cultural or horticultural environment, hill is wide awake in all matters of
for governor of Wis This cannot, as the commission
we notice the extreme aptitude to use
consin ou the 6th.
realizes, be proposed as an immedi
the name of Yamhill by waj- of compari
remedy. The American railway
Many of the Indians are waiting
son. When a Polk county paper re
The Compte de Paris died in Lon
cannot hope to escape un
marks that they can raise better fruit He raised 6000 bushels of grain and for the reservation to be opened so don on Saturday.
He was the
down there than is produced in Yamhill by scheming around his expense for that they can receive their $75 son of the late due d’Orleans and scathed. It will, in all likelihood, be
it is a modest way of saying that Yamhill help was about $60.
■ apiece and go to California.
grandson of the late king Louis severely taken to task for not exer-
is the acknowledged banner-bearer. It
ercising sufficient control over its
A great many will leave the reser Phillippe.
Thos. Hail lost several rod of the
is all right to aim high even if you. do
fence enclosing his mountain ranch, vation to pick hops in the Willam The fourth year of Leland Stan members and preventing them at all
miss the mark.
by the fire getting away from John ette valley.
ford, Jr., university’ opened on the times from resorting to violence and
McMinnville college opens the fall
The Indians have picked out all 7th, with a registration of 825 intimidation of fellow-workmen.
Link, who was burning slashing last
term next Tuesday,
The pros[>ect is
the good bottom land, and when the students, an increase of 150 over
bright for an increased attendance and a Sunday.
Donation Land Claim«.
talked of Siletz reservation is last year.
C. Obye informs us that a letter
Prof. Brownson and
assistants have been busy in cleaning received direct from Germany by Mr. opened to settlement there will be
Geo. W. Hinckley, the deputy which has now become a law, provid
and improving the students’ rooms, and Queppe states that hops in lhat nothing but odd eighties of hill and county auditor at Moscow, Idaho,
ing limitations for proofs in donation
they are in good condition for new occu country are moulding on the vines mountain land for which the white
who recently admitted the embezzle land claims in Oregon. Washington
pants. The importance of starting in at and will make the crop very short.
man will pay $1.50 an acre, though
ment of $20,000 of county’ funds, was and Idaho, provides that claimants
the beginning of a term is patent to all
he can get as good without paying a
sentenced on the 6th to 12 years im to such lands have until January 1,
who have had any experience in school.
cent in the township just east of it.
prisonment at hard labor.
If students cannot start then, the col
1896, the right to make final proofs,
The fall term of the Lafayette
lege is prepared to swing them into line seminary begins September 25th.
An emigrant car with a suspected in default of which the claims are
A Jlmin; Mountain.
at the earliest period they can start, pro
victim of Asiatic cholera on board, held to be abandoned. Notices are
Will Huston, thought to be re A traveling mountain is found at
vided they will do their duty to this end.
was side-tracked near Pittsburg on to be published in the proper land
covering rapidly, has taken a relapse the Cascades of the Columbia. It is
6th. The affair created consider districts requiring claimants, their
Pursuant to announcement a meeting and is now in a critical condition.
a triple-peaked mass of dark brown
in the interest of the Oregon Fire Relief
concern until it transpired that heirs or grantees, to make final proof
basalt, 6 or 8 miles in length where
Association was held at Fireman’s hall
within the time prescribed, and fail
it fronts the river and rises to the the case was not genuine.
Tuesday afternoon. O. H. Irvine was
A good story comes from Elsia I height of almost 2000 feet above the
Minnesota’s big fire is attributed ing to do so, the lands will be re
called to the chair and F. W. Martin to Wright's threshing crew near Mc
I water. That it. is in motion is the to timber pirates. They have not stored to the public domain. If the
the secretaryship. The attendance was
Minnville. Some of the boys set | last thought that would be likely to only appropriated millions of dollars’ lands have been in the quiet, adverse
fair, and better from neighboring towns
possession for 20 years of any person
than from McMinnville. The following out one night to swipe some water- : ■ suggest itself to the mind of any one worth of timber belonging to the
the same by descent, de
! passing it, yet it is a well-established
directors were chosen : Hon. Amos Nel
sale, grant or convey-
son, of West Chehalem; Hon. John
Gowdy, of Dayton ; Hon. Wm. Galloway, tending to be filled with shot but in I moving slowly but steadily down to sulted in the terrible loss of life and j ance from the original claimant, such
possessors shall be entitled to pat
of McMinnville; J. F. Allison, of DaytoD; reality not hurt at all. Some of the I the river, as if it had a deliberate property,
upon making proof of such
F. K. Ileider.of Sheridan ; George Bried- boys returned and reported to the purpose some time in the future to
Kentucky democrats of the seventh
well, of Amity; N. C. Christenson, of rest that the fellow was badly hurt. dam the Columbia and form a great district
It is further provided that
a rule ____________
Newberg; B. F. Blood, of Carlton. These A wagon was procure d to haul him lake from the Cascades to the Dalles. on ^he 8th that in the primary elec- j where any abandoned donation
directors w ill meet tomorrow to elect a home and later the boys made one In its forward and downward move- i
tion on the 15th every democrat will 1 ' claim, settled upon prior to January
president, secretary and treasurer for the poor fellow believe a warrant was
ment the forest along the base of the I be given the challenge who does not , ’ 1, 1894, bv any person under an er-
ensuing year. The meeting also adopted
out for their arrest but that by pay ridge has become submerged in the' intend to support the democratic ; , roneous claim of right, and has been
a constitution and by-laws, and the asso
1 used by him as a bona fide residence,
ciation exjiectseoon to incorporate under ing $2.50 each they could settle it river. Large tree stumps can be nominee. The rule suits the Breck
the laws of the state governing societies.
inridge men but will keep hundreds such settler, if he has exhausted his
homestead right, may file with the
Another similar this shore. The railway engineers of democrats from the primaries.
The big lumber team of George Hibbs
yarn comes from a crew across the and brakemen find that the line of | A movement has been organized register of the United States land
made a lively runaway down Third street
office the affidavits of himself and
Thursday evening of la6t week. Starting Yamhill who had planned to steal railway that skirts the foot of the ■ among the Cincinnati turfmen to go
two disinterested witnesses as to
at Sutherland’s blacksmith 6hop, where melons from L. D. Mulkey. He.got mountain is being continually forced ' against Breckenridge for all they
out of place. At certain points the j are worth. The night of September settlement and improvement, and
ther were left standing unhitched, they
thereupon must pay to the receiver
kept the middle of the street until they thought they were fairly “in it," permanent way and rails have been ’
14th a special train will leave La- of the United States land office $1.25
bumped up against Jones & Adams little “bang,” ’bang,” "bang” went L. Ds pushed 8 or 10 feet out of line ;n a1
tonia track to take the horsemen to j per acre for the land, not exceeding
lumber office under full steam. Every shot gun and a worse scared lot of few years.
against Breckenridge. It is 160 acres. The act, in the mean
body expected to see two or three dead fellows you never read of. One fel
Geologists attribute this strange said they have promised $25,000 to while, permils contests, as at pres
horses. Van Brown was occupied a mo low lost a boot in his hurried exit, phenomenon to the fact that the
| the campaign fund to beat Breckin ent authorized. The interior depart
ment before with his accounts in the but L. D. will deliver it to him if he
ment is directed to issue rules and
ridge, should he win the nomination. regulations for carrying the act into
office, and hearing the approaching rack
et, made his escape in the nick of time.
Secretary Carlisle is engaged in effect.
of conglomerate or of soft sandstone,
His delivery horse and wagon was stand
preparing his decision as to whether,
ing in front of the office. Instead of
The S. P- Co. had a gang of hands which the deep, swift current of the under the tariff law, he can pay A Good Tiling to Kc«p at Hand.
keeping the road on either side, the run engaged in loading a lot of narrow mighty river is constantly wearing
Ijrom the Troy CKanka») Chief.
bounty on sugar manufactured be
away team plunged straight into the guagc cars at Dundee the past week, away, or that this softer subrock is
Some years ago we were very much
fore the law took effect. About subject to severe spells of cholera mor
horse and wagon. The dragging tongue
California, where of itself yielding at great depths to $600,000 are said to be due on this
went under the horse and struck the
bus; and now when w e feel any of the
the enormous weight of the harder
class of sugar. This does not cover symptoms that usuall precede that ail
building, in all probability saving the they are to be used on some of their mineral above.— Goldthwait't
the case of the Louisiana planters, i ment, such as sickness at the stomach,
little horse instant death thereby. As it narrow gauge lines.
was he waB raised into the air against
The little much-laughed-at steamer
who claim bounty on this season's diarrhoea, etc., we become scary. We
the building and bruised so he has been Aneita towed one of the biggest
crop, and which amounts to several have found Chamberlain’s Colic, Chole
unfit for service since. The big off horse rafts of logs to Oregon City last
ra and and Diarrhoea Remedy the very
A partial eclipse of the moon will ! million dollars.
of the team with a wild leap into the air week that ever went down the river.
to-night, September 14. It
is reported thai the Southern | thing to straighten one out in such cases,
threw himself against the building, strik The logs numbered 2,300 and their
and always keep it about. We are not
will be visible throughout North and Pacific Company will bring in large
ing with head and shoulder, bringing
estimated measurement was 900,000 South America. The moon will pass bills for the transportation of troops I w riting this for a pay testimonial, but to
blood to his nose and moving the office a
i let our readers know- w hat is a good
distance of six or eight feet. The team feet. They belonged to C. K. Spaul by the lower edge of the earth's during the recent strike, who were thing to keep handy in the house. For
ding and were for the pulp mills.
shadow, touching it first at the dispatched to points where they sale by S. Howorth Co.
escaped serious injury.