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MILLINERY SALE !
si.no miLLiNtnr dttLu m.
ryw w v
ON TUG ALTAR OF SACRIFICE.
J AT UNPRECEDENTED PRICES.
$11 LADIES' FINE TRIMMED HATS 19c,
$'.oo $1,00 $1.00 $1.00 l9c
LADIES' and MISSES' SAILORS
$1.00 S 19c
19c, 19c, 19c.
$1.00 OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED 19c,
PATTERN AND FINE TRIMMED HATS,
PRICEd NOT CONSIDERED.
Children's Fine Trimmed Hats
$.100 FROM 50c UP. 19c
8I00 MISSES and CHILDREN'S CAPS 19e
25 Cb, 25 CIS, 25 Cfs.-
LADIES' FINE LEGHORNS, BROWNS and assorted
colors 90 cents, 90 cents, 90 cents.
LADIES' BLACK AND WHITE LEGHORNS
ASSORTED COLORS MILAN STRAW FLATS FOR
25 Cts, 25 cts, 25 cts.
Every article in our fine Millinery and Millinery novelties at
MRS, S. C, RK1SD
1(J5 Commercial Street.
KELLER & SONS
About parlor sets. Thoy will
show you something due.
Their assortment of funcy
rockers Is the beat.
GOING OUT -::-
I will sell my entire stock at Cost,
FURNITURE, WALL PAPER,
BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW
SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL.
Wallpaper from 10 to 35o per double
roll. Borderal.froin 8,to 10 cents per
Give me a call.
-::- W. M. SARCEANT
J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO.,
HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw
April 4 Wednesday. Prohibition
state- convention at Sulem.
April 6-Tiiursday. Prohibition
county convention at Salem.
April 6, Thursduy Polk county Re
April 0, Friday Republican comity
convention at Dallas to elect stato and
April 0. Monday First district con
gressional convention at Sulmn.
April 11, Wednesday Republican
stato convention at Portland.
April 13. Friday, Arbor day.
April-14, Saturday, Marlon county
April 17, Tuesday, Marlon county
May 4, Friday Republican county
convention at Dallas.
Now showIUK the latest spring novel
' Russia, Heal, Grained Calf,
Alligator, SterJlue Silver
'11 pa aud ornaninnta.
203 Commercial SN
Mil STYLES !
Okeat Dihvlay. The goods which
have been delayed by the enow block
ade, have arrived at the New York
Racket, and are opened up for sale.
They have received a largo Hue of
spring shade Windsor and Lcck ties,
gloves, corsets, towels, crash, tablets,
1 idles vests, counterpanes, lace cur
taius, a fine lino of ribbons, laces, era
broiderles, hosiery, hose stipporters.halr
brushes, purses, wallets, flue style hair
plus, combs, suspenders, needles, silk
thread, overalls, pants, Jackets, all
kinds of shirts, fur hats, and a flue line
of all kinds of shoes. Don't fall to call
and you will suyo money. E. T.
Noticr. The ladles of tho W. C. T.
U. will serve dinner and supper at their
hall on Wednesday, April 4, to all the
hungry pcoplo who feel disposed to
give them their patronage. A good
meal and prompt service Is guaranteed.
Prlco 25 cts.
An OI'I'ohtunity. To hear boruo
excellent vocal music, will bo oflered
at tho Coleman class recital on next
Tuesday night, at Unity church. Ad
mission 25 cents. Tickets on sale at
all book and muslo stores.
The Best. Wilbur's famous seed
meal for all stock, especially for horses
and cows. Also full Hue of feed. A.
White, successor to Gideon Stolz, 64
State street, Salem. d 3t w 2t.
Invitation Pakty. Tho young
people of Tumor will have a sheet and
pillow cose party Friday evening, April
Oth. Admission will ba limited to
those having invitations.
For Balk. Holsteln breeding stock
for sale. Inquire of Westaeott & Ir
wlu. d It.
Wears Two Badges.
Sluce ho has been put an a hard
times salary, City Marshal Mlnto wears
a beautiful slx-by.nlno Cleveland badge.
A smaller badge Just over his pistol
iwcket he calls his Petiuoyer badge.
It is about as big us a copper ceui of
the old stylo of coinage. That Is the
only Jowelry Salem's city marshal
The $00,000 of the city bouds will
soon be cashed, The refunding of city
warrants will then take place. That
will come very near putting warrants
at par, It would put all at par If tho
city would receive warrants for llcouses
and taxes, aud they would stay at par.
City Marshal Mluto will begin to
enforce collection of all street owe,
meut warrants placed lu his hands
about the middle of this week. Per-
sons owing on street Improvement will
do well to eottlo;u aud save costs.
Halera Foliee Court.
On Berry was lliml live days far a
plain Saturday night drunk before
Recorder JCdw this morning. Thero
were only 37 olty cases the past three
THE INDEPENDENT ATTACHED.
Straggle Between L H. McMahan
and the Stockholders.
Daily Independent, March 31.: L.
H, MrMabati placed an attachment
upon the Oregon Independent for $700
today, wbiob he alleges is wages due
him for work from the 9tb day of
March, 1603, until the 10th day of
March 1801. Sheriff Knight served the
writ Saturday morning, and the office
was placed in the hands of a keeper,
pending a settlement of the cape. H.
J. Bigger has been secured by the
plaintiff, and Wm. Holmes has been
retained by the defendant as attorneys.
Following are the stockholders of the
Independent Publishing company, who
-re Included in the attachment: A.
Strong, Balem, J. H. Fletcher, Salem,
L. H. McMahan, Salem, Judge J. B
Hubbard, Maclr-ay; Judge W. C. Hub-
ard, Salem; Cl.as. Scott, Woodburn;
. W. Dlmick, Hubbard; W. E. Her,
Butteviile; Wm. H. Egan, Salem; D.
E. Swank, Aumsville; J. W. Jory,
Salem; H. L Bents, Butteviile; L. W.
Guiss, Woodburn; J. B: Heinuger,
Sacramento, Cal.; W. H. Holmes,
Salem; Geo. T. Cllne, Woodburn.
The defendant claims in his attach-
uent that he only received since Ills
ouuection with the paper about $200;
tiat ho was to receive $75 per month
for hU services as editor, which would
-itlll leave $700 due him.
On the 15 of January.1894, The Daily
Indeendeut was purchased from the
stockholders of the ludepeuduut Pub
lishing company' and has since been
ublished by a different concern.
This suit between Mr.McMahanand the
Oregon Independent does not interfere
:n auy way whatever with The Daily
Independent, as neither Mr. McMahan
nor any of the stockholders of the
Weekly have a dollar's worth of interest
in it. It Is claimed by the defendants
that the suit is merely a piece of spite
work on the plaintiff's part, and thut.it
.vlll be settled satisfactorily in a few
days, ns tbey claim there is no ground
upon which the plaintiff can base bis
Immediately before the attachment
.vas served-a mortgage, held by D E.
Swank, to the amount of $1,210 was
foreclosed upon the otllce, aud Mr.
Swank took possession by virtue of the
chattel mortguge. It is a point to be
decided whether the attachment under
these conditions Is legal or not. Bonds
In the sum of $700 were furnished by
the plalntitl. -villi T. II. Hubbard as
iurety. This amount according to the
law Is Just all that which U required; it
being necessary to furnish bonds double
tho umount which Issued for.
About 200 representative Prohibition
ists of Oregon will meet In mass con
vention at Salem next Wednesday, for
tho purpose of nominating a state
ticket to be voted for at the June elec
tion. It is expected that ubout 50 Pro
hibitionists will be thero from Portland,
25 from Newberg, and the other por
tions of tho state will be well repre
sented. Tho meeting will be called to
order at 0 a. in., and the evening hours
will be dovoted to speech-making by
diflereut temperance workers, includ
ing Bishop William Dillon, or the U.
B. church, of Salem,and Mr. Kennedy,
tho grand chief templar of the I. O. G.
T., of Portlaud.
Tho Marion county Prohibition con
vention will be held the day following
at the samo hall, the purpose belug to
name candidates for tho county offices.
The Miller Case.
Geo. Miller was fined $25 Saturday
for disturbing the African M. E. church
services at North Salem.
Mr. J. A. Miller says his boy George
Was uot thero on the Sunday evening
charged, It was proved by Rev, G. W.
Gamier aud other good witnesses that
there was no disturbance on the 22d of
March by him. The stato failed to
prove one charge against the boy, nud
he was fined for alleged mis conduct
after the warrant was Issued.
Mr. Miller will try to got a new trial
for his sou, who went to Jail rather
than pay the flue, us he claims un'ust
The Oregon conference of the Inde
pendent Evangelical association will be
hold at Lafayette, April 6th. Bishop
C. L. Hauianu, of Reading, Penn,, will
preside. He will preach at Salem Tues
day evening at ?0, at the Cumberland
Presbyterian ohuroh. This Is his first
trip to the coast.
In Tho Supreme Court.
Tho suit of K. J. Harding vs. B. J.
Grim, administrator of tho estate of
John V. Glim, deceased, an uot lou on
a note, was argued today before the
supreme court, Houham, of Holmes,
appeared for appellants, Ford and
Kaiser for defendants.
Another thousand of those premium
books have urrlved. They are the
titiest oollwitlon of standard Knglish
literature and are distributed at a
mwroly iKMuliMl prlee with the WHtpgu
that appears aaok Saturday.
Oregon U rtKNdvluu tide of km1 liu-
MABION COUNTY HOESE 8HOW.
The Breeders Arrange for a Colt
Show in May.
Saturday afternoon's horse show -ras
led by the big bay Clydesdale stallion,
Sam Stafford, owned by Jas. Savage of
Howell prairie. The others that fol
Missler, a steel gray Percheron, 3
years old, owned by A. Mlssler of Tur
ner. Multnomah, dark dapple bay with
black points, aged 8 years, owned by
Pasco & Barrows of Independence.
Young Lurd Derby, coal black, an
English Shire, aged 8 years old, owned
by M. Martin of Lincoln.
Senator Nye, a dapple bay trotter,
Electioneer stock, aged 4 years, owned
byM Martiu of Lincoln.
Napoleon, a dapple gray, Norman
stock, aged 7 years, owned by S. B.
Cone of Salem. He was purchased five
years ago for $2000.
Dakota Blizzard, a dark bay trotter,
aged 7 years, weight 1,100, owned by
M. R. Savage of Howell prairie.
Alciphron 2d, a dapple bay English
Hackney, aged 4 years, weight 1,300,
owned by J. D. Nairn of Ballaton, Polk
Soldier Boy, a red brown French
Canadian, uged 11 years, weight 1,275
oned by Geo. Bagley of Salem .
Sullivan, a dapple gray Percheron,
aged 7 years, when three years old
weighed 1 0C0 pounds, owned by S. P.
Gimble, of Salem.
Celtic, a sorrel trotter, in charge of
Oregon, a chestnut thoroughbred,
aged 8 years, owned by Silas Jones of
MouUna, a black trotter, owned by
W. Loug, v. s. .formerly of Santa Rosa,
Cal., now of Salem, he is aged 6 years
and wbs sired by Montana. Wilkes,
record 2:17; dam Alberta dam Florida,
Ja. Francis of South Salem showed
Ids fine bay Clyde stallion, a draft
horee or unequaled points.'
Holmdel, the handsome trotting stal
lion of Claggett & Hutch's, with a
record of 2:18, was on the streets but
not In the parade.
T:ie annual meeting of the Willam
ette Valley hoise breeders' association
was held after the parade. T. C. Shaw
as president, W. L. Siuieral as secre
tary, and Henry Fletcher at treasurer,
were re-elected. The executive com
mittee is C. N. Tanner, J. T. Beckwlth
and Mr. Shaw. The question of a colt
snow for some time durlne May was
discussed and If the arrangements can
be perfected it will be given by the
One Salem editor is In the reform
school aud now Hofer of The Journal
Is a candidate for the legislature. Ver
ily the lot of the editor is a hard one.
Newberg Graphic. Miss Fannie
Mann, who teaches a school at Shaws
station, spent Suuday In the city with
friends. ...More beautiful April weath
erall smiles and tears. Chas. Van
Avery, for two years on The Journal
force, Is now learning the barber busi
ness at a shopon State street F. F.
Toevs will open a meat market in the
Cottle block The Woman's Christ
Ian Temperance Union have moved
their reading room into tbebrlok build
ing on Court street kunwn a3 "the Row
land brick." It is nearly opposite the
room formerly occupied by them.
Taxes are now dellnqueut but tho
sherifl Is charging no penalty ..,,8. Z
Mitchel et al have begun counter suit
ugaiust A. Bush on tho Holman note.
Sperry tho artfit, has a fine col
lection of private vio.vs of tho Mid
winter fair tuketi on tho spot. Mrs.
C. B. Moores h still confined to the
house The model laundry of Port
land with u capital of $2500, today tile J
articles of Incorporation. Fred O.
Baker loft this afternoon for Tacoma
where he resumes his directory work
uf'er spending a few months at his old
homo In Stlem W. i5. Burke re
turned to Portland this afternoon.
W. T. Weloh was at Jefferson today.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Potter aud
daughter, of Michigan, are the guests
of his b thei C. N. Potter on East
state si reef J. L. Mitchell went to
Sllvortou today on business. Balem
has some very active aa well as at
tractive young lady stamp collectors.
The Ladies' auxiliary meets at 3 p.
m. al the Y. M. C. A. rooms Tuesday
JEl?FlIltSON. At Salem, March 31,
1S0I. Wayue, tho infaut sou of Mr.
aud Mrs. John A. Jetlerson, aged 5
years aud 7 mouths.
Hl'NSAKElt.-At theresldeuce of his
mother, Mrs. T. II. Huusaker lu Tur
ner, March 30, 1S01, Jasper J. Huns
uker, agod about 37 years.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
r o 1 a ii r -"l
The wr Pure Cream of Tartar IWer.-No Ammonia; No Alum,
Ucd in Millions of Home 40 Years the Sttndasd
is often equivalent to
getting ill. Ifloss of flesh
can be arrested and dis
ease baffled the "weak
spots" in the system are
is an absolute corrective
of " weak spots." It is a
builder of worn out failing
tissue natures food that
stops waste and creates
Prptrt! by Boott k Btwse. Ctmlit,
new lore oaia dj arauini frtijwu.i.-
Hlllsboro has a new Populist paper
Prospecta for good crops In Eastern
Oregon are reported very bright.
There will be a sheep-shearer's union
organized in Umatilla county.
Eastern Oregon potatoes are being
shipped to Omaha, Nebraska.
Tho postofuee at New Astoria will be
called Kindred, if named as petitioned
A new launch using naptba as fuel
will ply between Astoria and War
rentan. A new stage line will in the future be
run between Baker City and Virtue
and White 8 way mines.
The Adventists are preparing for a
big campmeeting In the suburbs of
Walla Walla, to begin in May.
Lee Sam, a noted Chinaman of Spo
kane, has cutoff his queue aud an
nounces his engagement to a white wo
Thomas Tabor, of Lane county, aged
72 thinking it was not best to be alone
took unto himself a helpmate one day
As soon as the new postmaster takes
charge at Roseburg the otllcial name
will be changed and spelled without
the finale "h"
The county prisoners at Goldendile,
Washington, have to batch it in jiil
and the county furuubee the victuals.
They live for five cents a meal.
Aaron Rose, sr., has paid into the
Douglas county treasury $3000 on the
Arrington deficiency, making $7700 up
to date with H. Woolenberg's $4700.
Another call for warrants will be made
in a few days.
C. A. Potter is planting his third
orchard iu Lane county. Among other
things be is iucludiug English, black
and white walnuts, English filberts,
American and Spanish hlekoryuuts.
Italian and Japanese mammoth chest
Notice Is hereby given tint the Com -mon
Council of the city of Salem Ore
gon will receive bids until the 17th day
of April 1831 at the hour of 7:30 o'elock
p. m. of said day for tha construction of
sewers through the alley iu block No.
21 aud block No. 53 in the ;city of Sa
lem according to the plans, profiles and
sepecificatious for the sams ou file in
the city engineer's office.
Each bidder must deposit with his
bid a certified check or a certificate
of deposit in the sum of $50.00 us a
guarantee of good faith on the part of
the said bidder aud that he will execul e
the contract aud give the undertaking
required with good faith and sufficient
sureties to beapproved by the mayor in
caso the contract is awarded to the
bidder, which deposit shall bo forfeited
to and shall become the property of the
city of Salem In case of the failure on
the part of the bidder to comply with
any of the requirements of the bond
and contract on file in the office of the
city engineer wltuiu five days after
the acceptance by the city of Salem of
The city of Salem reserves the right
to reject any and all bids deemed un
reasonable. Bids which do uot com
ply with the terms of this notice will
not be received nor will any bids be re-
received after the time specified above.
Dated this 3d of April 1894.
Geo. B. Gray,
Committee on street and public prop.
4 2 10 t
GENTLE SPRING TIME!
It is here. So is our Stock or
Cotton Hosiery and Underwear,
The Best Two-bit Hose,
Boys' Ribbed Bicycle Hose,
BEEADSPREADS IX GREAT VARIETY.
Ladies', Cbildrens9 and Misses' Shoes
Everything in our store sold far below competition.
OSBURN'S RACKET STORE
3tate Treasurer's Seventh Notice.
State of Oregon, 1
Treasury Department. '.
Salem, March 27, 1S94.
Notice is hereby given that there ore
unds on baud with which to redeem
ill outstaudiug state warrants endorsed
"Presented aud not paid for want of
funds" prior to, and Including, Novem
ter 7ib, 1S93, and that such warrants,
properly endorsed, will be paid upon
pretention at this office, interest there
on ceasing from, aud after, date of this
notice. Phil. Metschan,
3-2S-2w State Treasurer.
The time for receiving bids for the
remodeling of the First Presbyterian
church of Salem, Oregon, has been ex
tended to the 5th. day of April 1894 at
2 o'clock p. m. Plans and specifica
tions can be seen at the office of W. C
Knighton, architect. Bids solicited.
Trustees reserve the right to reject auy
and all bids. Trustees of First Pres
byterian church, Salem Or. 3-2S 4t
To the Ladles of Salem:
There will be a benefit sale to aid
Mrs. Frank Cooper, who liai been ve-y
ill. The sale will be held in the rear of
the Lidies' Bizoar.and includes ladies'
and cbildrens' corsets and waists.
I'he-e eoods are the property of Mrs.
Cooper, and will be sold at actual cost.
The money will be devoted to her use
entirely. 3 30 tf
For Sale. O le twenty acre tract.
with ix acre into hops, four acres into
youug orchard, ana balance to past
ure, one bouse, and all well under culti
vatlou. Will sell 44 acres, including the
aoove tract, with all the implements
oesiraole to iim&e a gooa farm. Call
on or address, D. H. Miller, Salem Or.
Park's Cough Syrup.
His been s" highly recomtueudedto
us that we took the agency for it and
now ask our friends who are sufiering
with a cold to give it a trial and If it
does not give satisfaction your monev
will be refuuded. Every bottle Is sold
on a positive guarantee. Price 50 cents
audSl 00. Sold at Capitol Drug Store.
Low Steamer Kates.
Parties intending visiting the Mid
winter Fair nlii'u'd patronize the Union
Pacific dteamers, as Ibi Company has
placed lu tiled from Portland th"e low
rate of i'-2 00 to San Francisco and re
turn, which includes meals aud berth.
Full particulars can be obtained by ad
dressing W. H Hurlburt, A. . P. A..
Union Pac.iic System, Portland. 1 2G-tf
Midwinter Fair Rates.
Midwinter Fair pypuralnn tinbota
Salem to San Franeieo and return, via
oouiuern ntciuc Co's. Shasta route.
Rate, $27.50, including five ad
missions If) tllf f.lir TinL-ota nwl f.
thirty days from date of sale.
Three Colts Lost. One pony five
years old, one two years old, one year
ling, all roan mare colts. Left my
premits Sunday, March 25th. Liberal
rewaid for their recovery or return,
R. O. Latourell, Aumsville, Or.
3-20-1 w w2
Everybody Wants a daily paper
until after election. One Cent Daily
for four months at f 1 00.
The best fre,h peanuts and the most
for the money at Bennett's postoftlee
Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts. SALEM. OREGON.
rectly fit the Eye. There is 110 charge for myeei
I carry a large line of Ont leal Honda ami vn u i. t?. at .- siitim.
W. W. MARTIN, Optician
WILLAMP.TTT7 csnn a tt to
ssojssssr- We keep a fuU 1,ne of Trucks
Barn and residence 2 block south of pVatofflce. RYAN & CO.
PERRY & CO., i
Engines roDairatL All L-imla
.& ear Depot, Salem, Oregon. Correspondence solicited.
Dealer iu Groceries, Paints.
Oils, Window Glass, tarnishes
ami the most complete stock ol
Brushes of all Kinds iu the
State. Artists' Jlatcrials,Lime,
Hair, Cement and Shingles and
finest quality of GRASS SEEDS
-ITrA'TKD BALE3MEN-J75 00 per week,
selling electric light, oatflts fur bouses,
stores and fhopa. ilotere for running mu
ch Inery, and other popular patented artlc.es
oulflu comp.ete wheu shipped, Best peopn
buy; permanent situation; uo experience.
W P. Harrison Co., Clerk o. U, Coluinbuh,
Ohio 3 25t
TUA"TKD LADIES to do writing at home;
II pay J15.C0 to $25 00 per week. Send telf-Ml.
uirwcu MHiiipu cuciuuc jur iciy. JlArvir.
FONTAINE, General Manager, &K Dearboin
St, Chicago, ill 4-2 31
WANTED- House work by German gin
' ' cgfcd fourteen years; is strong, willing a d
accustomed to work and care of children.
AdreskGeo Kotzoll, Turner 331 3t
tpOL'ND. fair pince-nez glasses, red mor-
JJ rococase. fa this ad and call at office
3 30 St.
rAM'EO Partner with email capital in
I llrst-class tailoring establishment. appIi
to 30S Commercial street.
Ui K EGGS Pure white Pekln Duck E gs
lorsaie. a. t. uuf ek, joubnal omc.
WORK WANTED By two good German
girls who are capibleand willing U work
at reasonable waged. Apply to Itev Junu
Fechter, S00 Liberty St. 3-as M
WANTED Employment by u fonipeter
woman who wanu work to suppuii her
family at house-cleaning washing or auy
housework. App'y at -SbOHIgh stieel
BROWN LEGHORNS EuGS For selling
from pure bred aiooe, at tae low price oi
Si.OOper selling. PAUL KLINGELE, corner
Liberty and llltalon streets, dalem. VMtoni
invited 2 9 lm
SALESMEN WANTED Free prepaid outflt
One of our atento ha earned overS20,000 in
Ave years. P. O. Box 1J71, New YorK. 3-5 if
ARJIJKY UGAK STORE. Fruits BDd cas
dy. 150 state street. Fine tobacco auil
cigars. 3-i.t f
mriK most perfect tittlug truss made. Wi
jL hold a rupture where all others h.i 3
tailed. For sale by J. L. Parrlsh, -101 Caplt,-1
PAPERS.- Portland, bacramento, Seattle,
Tacomaaud Ban Francisco papers on salf
m Bennett's, PcwtotBce filocfc.
lHKI.aTJ.AN' riClENUE Literature of u.1
j kinds on gale at S2H Llbeny street. -1-5-1
rpHIH PAPER is kept on file at K. U. Dake't
L Advertising A gency , to and 65 il erchan 1
KicUantje, Sau .Francisco, California, wher.
coutraca lor advertising can he made for I .
STAPLE aud FANCY.
Woodenware, Willow ware, an-,2
A choice new line of Syrups arrived this wei v
Osborn & Harritt's
116 Court street.
FOR SALE !
On account of the severe injuries 1 recelveu
by the cars cutting off on 01 mv Ice, inc.
offer lor sale my Truck, Dray and Ktpre
uuiinebs on very liberal terras, will in
part in ciiy or country property. Appy 10
it . ii 11 1
1 000 ?,&!, JL", I,FS"
This paper must be all closed' ont in a sher:
'tinw. C.iil early and get the finest an 1 b 't
paper cheaper thau ever wiu be sold again.
I make a Specialty of fitting the Eye with Glas.
I have had tblrty-tive Years' experience, which,
with my French Trial "Case, enables me to cor
MANUFACTURERS of Hoi.
and Cookinp Stoves, Hollow
Ware, all sli, aud Chllfet
low l'oluts. Full line
r .1.1, wi. i ;i