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VOX,. XV. HABBISOH, lNTEBIg,.A-SICA, 1-BITJB3I3.A.-Z-, JATSTTTABY 1.1903. N O. 27
J HARRISON IIAPPSMJtlS
A Card of Thanks.
Mr.Jame vohnsoti wishes to announce
to t''e public th:il he is verv thankful to
those who ko liberally contributed toward
tlx' purchasing of a horse, hu losing one
of Ins work hur.-s some time ago.
Ami to Pat Lacy, who took up the
subscription for the same, his thoughts
are line xpressiide hut ho will say 'thanks
thanks' lovou Mr. Ijicy.
Mass was held in town Monday.
James Rice from Pleasant Ridge was a
Harrison visitor Mondav.
Another glorious! hristmas has passed
n. still tlm Auliii moves on.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock; every
body invited. W. H. Davis; Supt.
J. H. Wilhermsdnrler went to Lnsk
lust Saturday and returned Tuesday.
You are invited to examine the Uee
W'hizx Washer; Something new at J. H.
Bart I Is.
The Harrison schools took un their
neial work Moi.day, altera week ol
A number of our town hoys are en
gaged lit shoveling sr.ow lor Ui Y. L. 4;
M. V. R K. Co.
All merchandise to go at a cut price
until the first of the year.
J. I!. Kartell.
All Vniok aeroimts mils', tie km led bv
tai wr note, liy January 1',, 1003.
J. H. Kartell.
Si raved from Jolui Hanson's ranch,
one led brm-kle laced jS
cow, brundeu gj)vj i!so iH-ijj
on leftside, and llirre yi . old. St raved
KoniH time in Auel. tf.1 reward will
lie paid for her where-a-ixiuts,
B eazes from Glen.
j LETTER FROM MRS E. L. RL E.
The Christ mas tree and entertainment' '"'. (,'- riec. 17-1903.
Kiven at the church Christmas Eve. wa-C Tha months :ome nround to lant for
a ;tiinil nucleus in npite of deep hiuiw ami ni" ' 1'i'cks Journal letter ;etrt put
had roads. Recitations were well render- 11 1'IIIh later each time In fact there
eil by tha little folks. After music, "',"!s 'i'!'8., i tlj-a to nianufaciure a
dialogues, and RonKs. the presents were i letter I rum except the weather. The
distributed, and an abundance: of candv, doings of one family do not furnish
nuts, popcorn und apples were passed moi'S" tlmt is of interest to any one but
around. 'The eveninir was well enioved ! en, selves. I luive ts eu busily en'aed
Evorv Botle of Cliamoerl&in's Couch
We cmirantee every bottle of Cham
iK'rlain's Couli R 'Mn'dyand Aill refund
the money to anyone who is not satisfied
nfter usitii; two thirds of the contents.
This is the lst remedy in the world for
la Krple. coughs, coll", croup and
Miss Cora Sowers and h-r pupils ol
Itist . No. 1 participated in the Christmas
A Christinas tfift to Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
lenson,-r-a ..baby r
Our school is enjriyiny; a vacation now.
We will return to our work Jan. 5.
I JIM); I fee. lt,h, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Johnson, their baby bov,
age 7 weeks. Friends of the family ex-;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred filomliertf came from
Wlutewood to Glen to spend the holidays.
Mihn May Wctier is home for vacation.
MAItmr.D Mr. Robert Johnson and Miss
Grace fnddy, Ifec 17ih 1902 Tha wed
ding took pU 'e in Hirrisois. In the eve
ning Mr. and Mrs. Johnson returned to
Glen, where thev entertained a party of
relatives and friends. A K'd time was
reported bv all present, and Ihe bride and
Kroom received the congratulations and
whooping coiiti and is (.leasant. and safe
.o lane. ,t prevem anv tenow.cy o, a i )est wj-hes of all their rnanv fi ien.ls.
cold to result in pneumonia. For sale by
nr. i.rprence rrv nr.1 Mau'ie The slow bns be'-n civincr the trains
Punlewn cani up lr m Ft K.d.ii.M n t,.,,Hid.rii.t tnmM- alt 1h pr.sent week
Welnwttuy to attend tj, MaKUi-iuie ! Saturday's pass-ntfer was reported ten
vDmII, ; j hours Ur-miv (if (lvp snow on the
i Iji'U.' Pine divi-iiifi, niel lli--n when it did
We learn this week that John T. Fit?. com it (stuck mi the Ms? lull east of town
gr. A has disred nf bis Wvominir I until Sunday eveniiii;. 1 he mil-road Co.
cbri piiirj wocxJ
the , bas Inr! a lar;re f Tree of men ll-trtsrinir
j all wet ici tins seoion( and on Tuesd:i
liip rolarv ptow c-.ini up
ranch, Jake Mill, the s!cp rnnn
tlie hip rolarv plow c-.ini up to widen
'V.ilter WoodeufT nm ov r from ; the cus, winch in phu-t-s wre si narrow
Indian creek Tm-sd iv and t,v.k tl n-nn that several iair indows were demolish
that nir it for a short visit with relatives ed bv the snow.
at, Crawford. j .
" ' ! Croup-
,; The animal s ippec iven 1v Use Wood
ten o the World will be oven on Jan.
1.1 1903. Th" .irr-r i!i le- i-xc! cs v. ly
for it memliers, and their families.
Mr. TCiemati lias been
on tlie 1'eiui place.
A rompa'iv of (Jlen's younr folks are
orei,irin to take in the entertainment
at Andrews, Ieo. 21).
War Bonnet Topics.
Wij earn t''a' Frink Avei v.a former
K'ktiorn I'lrnnt. an I m'ire recentlv wcett
pt Oriri .Tonctiori, fas ees'wfl ftrM
rvt tn emjage husiness romewhere
The perm I i r ou;j',i which indicates
;crr,ip. is usually well ki iwn to the
( mother of i-roupv cbiUlreu. lime
j should bu lost ill the t t rient of it, and
j for ibis purpose no medif-me has received
! more tmveial nurova( than Chamber
'nuns (oii'i It'tiie-iy. lo not wnste
FX I valuatde tun" in ex"nment inu' with un
" i tried remedies, no mittnr how hitftil v
i titev u ay lw recomrnend'-d, lint ffivetbis
' medicine as directed anil all svmntouis
of croup will (j inkly di.sipiiear. For
sale by all DnisiiMs
V, E Pnnttn. vr-n r.r Mr. an.) Mr F.
F Pontius arri ved ' 'hrit niw eo'ht fror,
Trinidad, t 'olnraito, wbprA tw rnv tiol ,
li f)sitinri vih t,e Cnlorido Siutttern
Tor (i fw weeks viii a' home.
I t iw commence ltit vear in dome
. If yon want a nnr for yonr "mt ."! thn.uchom its
VhI trTrl. or anvthinc flf in ""'rs' Vm r",'!r,ii"r"-"1 r?-'" Monday
eveiim was a success anil enjoyed hv a t
.Mr-.r ,, .,.,,. ,. ,,. pfs,.,,,; Althou-b it seMMed the weather
Williermwlorfer. All pOOtlf and tram,-, were worliiinr ii-niust it. An
Warranted. ' ' j dreu is Imrd t eat and the cm! hen
. .spoke arid sanjr beaut II ul selections.
Cmnntv Mai.' j A I ter t he proyi amme I he presents were
The P fSP-.Tori'SAl. has prie'd a lim-' distributed, and all enjiveila Ireit of
: -.1 v ..r ,. it..;it i i i . , . . i i
,,,..-, , ,.., ..,..i .an.p:.uu,,upp.. nuisano eu:., arm aiiera , ,v were able Kimeet tofet her on Xmas.
Twiard wtoch can tv socur"! ror eicli pusi time ViHitiuu with friends, all lt
Thry will also be piven as a premiu n to j happy ahout 4 o'clm.k in the moinin.
Christmas is over lint it will lonn be
remembered bv tne merry time we bad
at tile Christmas tree at our schoolhotise.
A lengthy program was rendered hy
the school under the uiannenienl of
Miss (Jormun our coiupctent. teacher.
We hint the hMior of M iss I.il Man I Ian is.
(a f . inner te;icher of this place), presence
and she fa cored us a ith a few selections
which we all Inlilv appreciated.
Miss Harris is surely a luiu elocntionesi
mil it is a rare ireat to bear her. 'I be
Christmas tree wasiaiden with toys and
Hoodies, and ul I t h e cbildre n were ov r
j ived when "OM Sarita'' appeared on the
seen an he in to pas them around.
lie was a fine funny old fellow, and as
he is an old am tmnei r be kept up a
lauh most -of the tune. At last, when
all was over every one went home with
a Kood supply of candy, nuts and pres
ents. Mr. Keel and f.imilv, Mr. V ml '. rti-'
and laniilv, Miss Harris and M iss 1 lorman
spent 'bnstmasat Mr. John Plunket ts
All r- port. a fine dinner and a pood time, i
Mr. (instave .oreish and family sp-'tit
Christmas at their li ucih'er'.s, Mrs, , Sam
Knon's to celebrate the arrival of that
new ho v I s'ippose.
Mrs Belle Dunn and family and Mr.
Jack Finley and family spent Christmas
will) t lieu- sister Mrs. F. S. Scot l and i deep snow,
family; they enjoyed themselves as it
was the first time in rnanv year that
I irlll.nr u..r,,l liin.r 1., u.il 1 U li u ..
Uiiy, and improving, arranninjf, and
dornin) the new home. The men folks
have lieeti linishini; and inovin"; into the
cellar, prepirnic; for stable building,
liauhne- wood, hav. & etc. Roy has
assisted to these op :ra lions on Saturdays
I but Ins niiiin business 18 goinJ to school
with rabbit shooting for a diversion.
As to the weather we are having
winter. We had several clays a couple
of weeks apo w'en the thermometer
wtnt to tha vicinity of Zero every nipht,
and now lor three nights there has been
the same record. lietween tunes tere
was a week of warm, lovely weather,
and all Ihe tune no wind whatever. The
snow came nearly six inches deep Friday
niht but lias not blown a particle; the
little branches of the bushes and weeds
still have their loads. This perfect quiet
is a marvel to a Sioux county pilgrim
1 judye by tbl remarks of the neighbors,
that so much cold weat her and snow this
lime of ear is quite unusual. Roy re
ported that the yo'injf men were fixing
up sleds and planning for sleiphridiiiii.
Yes. M. A. C Colorado at least is very
glad to know of the pood meetinps at
liodarc, and I think it is safe to prorvise
that both you and 1 'tin will c,et letters
Irom 1 fotchkiss before many weeks.
hope nmhuip very distressing "ill
happen to us !k fore another month rolls
around, but il some one would J.leave uu
a fortune or some oilier equally astonish
ing thin", come mir way there would bt
somethinp to write about.
Failina L. Rice.
The team tieiup completely played out he
left it with us and went on Jus way on
foot. As we haven't seen lino since we
uon'l know how lie made it.
Now Mr. Pkkss Jouh.NaL we would not
sii,v..an.yt.htu.p .aUju iour -wi iH er here bu t
your reiiders wiio live in warmer climes
may not know that we are havinp smjw
here. Tlie snow is now from 1 to 8 feet
deep and cattle all have to he fed, as the
range is completely snowed under.
W. II. SMITH
Buys, Hides, Tall nv. Pelts, and Kurs,
and will pay h'piiest market price.
I-enveat Mai'st-ller Bros, or at my
restdence east of i-chuol-hoiise.
By virtue of an order of alu issued Ijy
tlie clerk of the District, foart or t-iotii !
(DUuty, .ebrunka, and to me directed Uj,o !
a aeernn rendered by auiu court, in tavor ot
Wijlis li. I'ulleii us plaiiitill and ia aiu.,t M.
K. lietzner toriuej-ly M. t.. ciaacy Iiose
true eliristluj name is unknown. M. il
I'-ctziier licr hiiBhand wtio-je true flirisiiun
name in uakaoivn, NebrasKU Aung ie In
vtttuieut eoiiipauy, Churle It. Coiiins lie-
ceiver et .Nebraska Investment eoiupani ; '
'I'liat 1 will on tlie ISitli day oi January A. 11, i
1W..I alone o'clock in tbe id tcr-iiuon of a:d
day, at tlie east Ironi door ol tlie. oiul
House of said county in tlie village ol ll.u i i j
boa in until county, sell iu public audio i to'!
tlie lMKliust bidder fur e.isli in baud, tin- j
to.loiviiiif deseribnd real est.ite in s.od ;-iuu i:
county, Nebraska, to-wit: The east li.id (,, ) i
ui uu: suuinwi-si ipi-irter (!, j and the m,u;u
half oi tin; i-uutliiaat nuurti-r (i, 0j
suction twenty two t; in Towii.-lilp uni ty
two i;W; nortli of Kanpe nfly four (ji; went
of I lie sixth pnncip.u :a i ndiaii ; lu satisfy
saiil order ol n-ne hi tiie uiu ot sixty sew n
dollars and twenty seve.i ceuio (vii7.J7j and
c,sts and accruing cwstj.
'irt.t pubiic.it.oii, December lsih l!rfi2
Sheriff vl said co.inrv.
J. Yj. PHINXEY. M. 1)
1'iiyisciiui ami .Snrpcon.
All eUii, friven luonipt utti-nyoi-Hfiice
in liriii; siure.
-HAKKMOS - KEUHASKA.
M. J. O'CoiitK 1!
i - - Co, AtWruey,
Ti!l PrncJice in All Courts.
Special Afi-.-hfImi CJivcn to L&ui Ot
( ellwiimiK iiud .! hMSM eHU-aaU
edlotntsttill receive ))'otttpt ttetio,
IlAiomsoN - Nebraska.
. Prompt attention piven to all le.sa;r
i Matu-rs in Ju.stice, Coroty and Districf
! Courts,, and before the United Stale
Lr.nd Odn e.
Fire hiM-irarice written in reliable
i'Ij-pal papers carefully drawn.
iiAi:l:iS(i;. . Nebhaska.
J In Wyoming, 3
( Crowded out last week.
.As every one is snow- iKiund it is verv
liatd tn ;el. I'eius.
The little ch ild of Mr. and Mrs. Mmu
li n's who has liten very low with spinal
nieiiiupitis is now on the road to re
covery. She was Very low for several
days, and her lile at one time lump by a
thread, but under tiie care of l)rs. Finn
ney and Sparlinp, she Is yettiup alotip
Mr. and Mrs. Hial Church, who have
been in Omah i for some time, are ex
pected hour Christmas. We understood
that, Mrs. Church stood tne operAtion for
cancer nil tiplllund is fealu, duile. well.
Charles Christi vu who is teaching in
M.iuville, was expected li'iine on last
Saturday, to spend ihe holalaxs, but up
to the time these iteini are written he had
mil arri ved, and wh infer t hat he could
not pet out from I.usK on account of the
While you nr thinking of suUorifunp , ,a-v PVcHiiip la(
f.r your vearlv reid'tig mattr reviem. j
ber that the Pbkss-Joi k.vai, will takn
nttscriplion to nny papT on earth and
postage nnd lime for you.
A merry partv of yonnp people nt
to Van Ti-ssft II nn the pnssciipi r, Cbrisl
ina, to erjoy n few hours skalirp. The
party coniposed th": Misses Mamie a id
Oissln (lerlach, (eorie nod Josie Sherill
nnd Messr Rigau, Webster, Iliblieln,
Earnet 1'hinneV and Archie IHivis,
M.ss Lilian Harris returned from her
visit among friends at Warlsiiiu t Mon-
Friends came . I so on
the same train viz; .Vis. b F. I'onlios.
Mr, Caiioli, Mr, lnik JuiiLii, anil Tom
Plunket t. The programme da) not begin
until they arrived. The school-house was
crowded willi anxious friuss awaiting
their com ing.
Miss Fduibelb Harris, M ty Weber, Mr
Pete (id n'lie, Huns Jensen, and Chris
Hanson came up from Glen to attend the
programme. Miss Harris spoke the
"Scpiiru Haw kin's Story'' winch was ap
preciated by alt.
School will liepm im :'. M indij- anil we
hope the scholars luu had a good rest so
Jmi Merriam find family spent Christ
mas at Grandpa Garretsons on the divide.
Our almanac nay s that winter begins
the 22nd inst., but it was not made for
Wyoining, as our winter began the 2nd.
On that day our rjrst snow wort by of
notice, fell and from that time on we
Mr George Grimm went to Harrison ' have had a snow every few days. On
' hristiii-as. I the 14th there wan a heavy snow fall,
John Anderson was out to the S- K ' 1Uil1 "ndast Friday a heavy snow storm
looking after his stock lust week.
There wa a large attendance at Ihe
fitrlHiiini rit nr.it Cliri! iiih lrn on i
.... . . . 1 that they can take up '.heir s! udn-s wit li
C'hnstinus v. Th entertainment win;
, , . ,1 reuewesi vigor,
KO(Mi ami iiiif liood speeclies were sjaik- ,
' n by the childien. After the exercises j Andrews lirsl graduate was Miss Pearl
Wr over Old H in'ft made Ins appear- j Jones, She co.ipletnl tlw Hib. prade
(UU- and with assistance iti'diila. ted Ihe i.rk having pissed in all tne brunches
ywments & etc. The clotdreii seeeied j ieipi,red liy Supt. Hurke. V wereorry
Verv glad to see him. and he nsu j'djy ' that Im was u t le-re to give her the
fellow, diploma. Iel other teachers t ry to urge
. j thtir pupils to work wnh this in view,
DiJlocatcd IUr Shoulder. j v' w, 1 1 t b mk Mi s. .1. It. Hunter
Mrs, Job nun Soderholm, nf Kerirus i for her delicious dough nuts given at our
Frflli, Mum , fell and dislocated hershoiil- j entertainment,
Dill Hunter was at our Christmas tree.
I don't know what the attraction is for
Hill nut here, Ihe tree 1 suppose.
El Scott trad an idea he would like to
Ilea hrnnoho busier like many other
bovs of his ape, he pot on a 2 yr. old colt
the other dav and took a bucket in Ins
hand' nnd lite colt Is-cume iintnnn-ipeahle
and na' be run, took a half-mile circle!
round and luck, nnd tben made for a!
three wire fence and went right through j
ami runabout, it quarter of a mile farther!
turned iieound and fell fiat. F.1 swung!
tn (lie Ian ket, and staved riiiht "mil" be
began quite early in the day accompanied
bv a In.ti wind, which soon turned into
a regular blizzard such as eastern people
talk about. Il was the nearest a blizzard
of nn thing we have ever seen, and it
I isted about il() hours.
Andrew Ch.-istian Jr. aad his Cousin
James Christian went to Ihe P. O and
pot lost in the blindinp storm, but, after
wandering around awhile got home all
Chris Christian w ent In thn school
bouse after hischildrr n nnd lost his benr
inps, but, ns there was only a wet ion of
Mis Lilian was visiting In-r sister at
(Slen last week uihI rejsirts no enjoyable
W. 8lie had a surgeon get it back In
ilsce as soon as possible, but it wasquiie
Kr ami pine l her eery nincli, tier son
f flrutiolied that he h id seen 'hnitllierlain
y' 1.im Balm' advei tisi-d for sprains and
r.r oriie, and she asfcisl bun to buy her a j
" tMtli f it. w hich h did. It. ijn-cklv j
, CsSIved her sod enabled tier to sleep!
'tWlt'"" Mie li t not d.sie for several days. We desire to congratulate U-e children
J'lfct ooit was so much pleased with the ' in rendering of their selections last
"V feUaf it ave his molle r (but he ha since M.md iy night and tlie wn.lher t nd
$ , iniubd it t i inuiH ollirm, Vor cjrs will let Andrews have its way after
Mr. Jonlan Mr. Carroll and Tom Plun
ket! staywl ver inpht at Mrs. Junes last
l-nday evening hiking the passenger for
1 larrison Tuesdav,
g-.f up got on the colt'again (without the onei. praine he event ually got home,
bin ket) iiud re mi ii led his j iiirney ; he dull Mr, ZumRrunnen had not, come for his
not git a serali Ii, the colt, got a few- hut: children when our Henonent left, so the
not bad so Ed has the I rem do levi r ; teacher, Florence Christian remained nl
worse than ever. the school house with them. Whether
Tommy Plunked, unfurl timitidy wns they stayed in the school house over
thrown from his sleigh while goinpdoivn ; night or not we have not learned.
Monroe last Tuesday week i:i cou pany j 0 Wednesday mnrniiiK of last week
with Miss Hams. Ho became eiilangled Jmw r, f,kM. ( ;,,(r(.(, rom hiH nomt on
in the lines, ami w.ia H.ftgge.1 quite a , M,..-U.g p.., tf) , Harrison; Ho
distance down grade hut fortunately no j fyiH n(,m f volp eorresndent.
harm was done. Tliev n su.ued their j H,Kllll 8 f). ,(1(,u p ' i,!., changed bin
journey, and st'Tp,d ami n.ade Miss , . . hM onfi ., Wtf. on
expect ing to be kack next day.
C'0-MlIIH.SltlNliU'S PiiOCKKD.NO:-;. J
Harrison Sioux Co., Nibr. Ifec. 21) 19UJ , j
I'lie count;; coiiiinisniunurs u et as it-r i
adjournment. Present comniissioue is !
Meng, Lewis, iiipelow, and Win. J. A. i
lt.iuui i ,0, cterk.
Tne following oliicial Bonds were
taken up, examined, and on iiiotioti ap.
Oren Talley Ove-scer ,,f Hie,W;(s
Paul Zerhsl "
J. O. Eih-r.sllecller Assessor
Clans Iii isIkiisoii
Joun iJiomoerp ,
P. L. Raliett
Henry S, Parks Constable
Tim pi titicn of John Pluiikett and
ol hers, asking that a public road be es
tablished, commencing at the SW corner
of Section 34. Tw p. 33, Range 5 and
running thence east on Correction Line
to the IsE corner ol Sec, 4, Twp.
iiange 0(1. and terminating at that point
and all other documents tiled lu connect
ion with the op-nmp t,f s.nti puhp,. ,,,,.;
.were ptenente.1 and after due consider
ation by tha Board the readiest ol toe
petitioners was granted and the Line as
retained and r cuin meruit d. hv commi,,
loners, declared to be a public road and
dauiupes Were allowed as frdlnw-u t,. i...
paid out of tha general fund of tlie ari
11102. " j
On motion Koard adjourned until
31-1002. Wm. J. A. Ram,,,
Ilarnsnn Sioux Co , Nebr. 1'ec. 31-MlrtJ
riin B unt of county commissioners
met as per adjournment. Present com
missioners Mellg, Illl,-, Ulpejow, ,,l,d
Wm. J. A. K.iiiiii clerk.
The count v t'n.a.surer is instructed and
hereby so ordered t,, traosler the billow
ing amounts to Ihe general fund 'j:)2.
K. M. V. 11 n. in
to and from the
DKAlUVoiib AND HUT SPKIXUS,
V. K. & M. V. R. II. Time Table.
New Schedule of Trains. '
7.k:.lg eil'cc'i bu(,i!:iy "Nor. S3. -
No. 01), Fi t. .
ii, r.sgr. l'i;55
No. CO, Fn. ,2:35
No. 4, Pspr. arrives
I (i:35, departs 7:00
liotl) trains carry passengers.
I ec. i
. k. . .sv--,'ai2
Sp -nil debt fund
' 'OU hj ,.11 In (Jistn.
lrij ttist uiHiui-ja altuiaJ lie At tune.
Dormans schnol a visit which they all en
joyed very much,
SiimUy school at our school house at
2 o'clock P M, if weather permits. All
are invited to attend,
Mr. (Instave Noreish and daughter
(iussiu were iu town buying; Christmas
presents last Tuesday week.
Wishing you a linppj" New Year.
Well time passed and just at noon on
Saturday he pulled in at our home on his
way buck. He hud slaved Wednnnday nnd
Thursday nights with Uorhert Lncy nnd
on Fridiv managed to get to Lo Wilson's
where lie put bp until Knltirdriy morning
when he Marled on home. In coining
from yi's to our place he got stuck and
ahoveled out five times, nnd was more
thaa I. oiir coming ? j m.lns distance.
5 ; i
3 ; i
1 -V... r.
i-.. ! ,vil Br.,:i:r
CVri, 'Jlff I
uii'lioo it -jectrd. The following daunt
against Sinn x county were taken up, ex
amine I, audited and allowed, and Ihe
clerk ordered to draw warrant on the
brnl:e fund 1002 for tlss same:
20 ) 00
County road 4"i 52 nji8
Apphi alii-n of M, J. V. Uir r for t.tv .tnnfl .inu:f. li addod
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lii iif.i d ftrl for motor car. For
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