The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, May 31, 1907, Page 8, Image 8

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8 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE , FRIDAY , MAY 31 , 1907
' Foi : SALK--820 ncn's nbout 4 miles of Snlem , upland. All feni-ed , new house 4 rooms ,
well mid windmill , 150 acres cnltivnted , 20 neres mendow , 8 acres timber , bnlancf pustutt'
'Henry C. Smith $10 IHT acre. Smnll payment down balance 10 years time u per cent. A bargain.
. 110 lo 120 ncres iinnr Balem , bottom hind. Good terms. Might lent for 15)07. ) Untidy
toilppotnnd tow n.
100 neres 2 miles of Pulls City. 100 ncres 2A miles of Stelln. 100 ncres Nuekolls Co. ,
Neb. About 50 nores winter wheat , $ -10 per nore. 80 ncres Brown county , Kits. , 7 miles
LANDS & LOANS southeast of llinwntlui. Will take smnll house in Fnlls City ns part pny. Good terms.
200 ncres 15 miles Fnlls City , tfood , fair house. ICO ncres Johnson county , good terms.
HUMBOLDT.
Rex fralg ol Argentine , Kns. , Is vis
iting HumboUlt friend's this wcclc.
( Jrnco Slnnof Dawoon , visited with
her cousin , Hoxlu Wells' , this week.
Mr . Frank Mullen Is reported serl-
oiis.lv HI "t tint Enaworth hospltnl In
St. Joe.
A. A. MoMurry arrived In the city
Moniluy for u visit with his wlfo and
son , Cooper.
A large erowd was In town Tuesday
to attend the big oattlo sale of Henry
II. ICtipor.
Mrs. Guy Cooper and baby roturneJ
Monday from u pluasunt vltdt with
relatives In St. Joe.
John I ) . Shraugor returned Monday
from a business trip to the- western
part of the elate.
Arthur Freeman has accepted u po
sition In IIuclcoU's drug store during
the summer months.
Jos. I. Liltlo of Connersvllle. Ind. ,
visited the first of the week with his
brother , O. T. Little.
L. H. lllll , a student at the Pern nor
mal , visited his brother , I'rof. II. It.
Hill , In this city Friday.
ITopo Abbott , one of the eorp of
teachers In the city schools , left Sun-
Ony for her homo in I'eru. „
W , T. Fnnton anil wlfo of Falls City ,
attended the commencement exercises
in llumboldt , Friday evening.
Bertha Frank loft Wednesday for a
visit with her sister , Mrs. Lllllo
Clydesdale , at Oaylord , Kas.
The annual memorlitl service was
prcachedlby Itov. L. U. Smith In the
Presbyterian churob Sunday morning.
Will Johnson , day operator at the
depot , is enjoying a two weeks vaca
tion with friends In Omaha and Lin-
coin.
Nellie Kecd. who for the past ycai
has been an Instructor In the ollj
schools , loft Monday for her homo a
York.
Taylor Gore , who Is now employee
us traveling salesman for a St. Jot
firm , spent Sunday with Ilumbold
friends.
Mrs. Ernest Fergus returned Mon
day from St. Joe , where she had beoi
taking medical treatment In one of tin
hospitals In that cltj.
Mrs. J. A. Waggoner and daughter
Lllllth , returned Sunday from Peru
where the latter graduated from th' '
state normal last week.
The Misses Ida and Nora Stalde
and Ollvo Potrashek gave a line
shower for lone Norton at the homo c
the former young ladles Saturday al
ternoon.
Dr. A. L. Brlllmrt , until recentl
employed at dentistry In this eltj
since locating at Tccumsoh , was unite
in marriage Wednesday last to Evoly
Dale of Ccntorvllle , Ind.
The ahunnl reception wab held Mot
day evening at the homo of F. M. Wl
liamson and wife and the banquet u
the Park hotel. Out of the 203 men
bora Al were in attendance.
Edward Hodapp , who has bee
teaching at Union , this state , for th
past year , U homo to spend his sum me
vacation. Ho has been elected to th
same position for the ensuing year.
H. D. Philpot went down to St. Joi
the last of the week to hnvo a sccon
operation performed for cancer. Tli
latter growth made its appearance o
his shoulder several weeks ago. nu
has rapidly grown in size since then.
Invitations have been issued to tl :
marriage of Ernest Porr , son of 1
Porr and wife and Ida Stalder , eldc
daughter of A. E. Stalder and wlf
the weddlngHo occur at the homo '
the bride at 8:110 : Wednesday evcnln
Juno o.
The commencement exercises of tl
Humboldt high school were hold in tl
opera house Friday evening and wo
of an unusually high order of cute
taiumcnt. The class play "Sophocl
Antigone" was exceptionally well re
dcrcd. The class of ' 07 Is composed
eleven members : Mary Ilowell , Del
Oberly , Roxle Wells , Hattlo Coopc
LUHo Oberly , Emma Stans , Del Pi
sons , Ralph Beery , Esther Muxwe
Patrick Walsh and Charles Watzc
Seven of these will attend summ
school and teuch next year , whl
others are planning to attend the ui
versity.
Twenty members of the eighth gra
received diplomas Saturday ovenlt
The program was well rendered. T
boot black drill , readings by Ma
Candy and Bessie Little and a vocal i
lection by Zora Marble were leadli
features of the eveningsentertalnmer
Mrs. J J. Stone and Imby came down
from Lincoln , the last of the .vcck for
a visit with friend ? and relatives.
A very pretty wedding took place at
the hoini ! of E. S. Norton and wlfo at
high noon Wednesday , May 'J ! , ' 07 ,
when tlioir oldest daughter , lone , was
united In marriage1 to Dr. A. E. Wolfe ,
u rUinjT young physician of Falls City ,
Rev. L. U. Smith , pastor of the Pres
byterian church of this city , performed
the ceremony In thepresonco of the Im
mediate relatives and friends , Or and
Mrs. Wolfe will go to housekeeping at
once In a cottage which Is already fur
nished for their occupancy at Falls
City.
OHIO
II. J. Prlchard was a Barada visitor
Sunday.
Wm. McGowcnvas a Barada visitor
Sunday.
Roy Peck visited at Clay Peck's on
Monday.
Frances Knlsoly returned homo from
Peru last week.
Frank Uhllg wont to llumboldt on
Monday on business.
Myrtle Yocam visited with Lyilia
Werner on Sunday.
Katie Wolck visited al the homo of
Mike Egnor Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Klmmel Is visiting In Mis
souri with relatives.
Mrs. Jake Glbblo was a guest of Mrs.
Clem Stump on Monday.
Mr. Miller and wlfo are guests of
Chester Stump and wife.
Otto Werner visited at the homo of
Mike Schaiblo last Sunday.
Frank Hout'/ and wlfo were guests of
Mr. Bcattlo and wife Sunday.
E. T. Pock and family visited with
X , PeeK and wife on Sunday.
Claude Phllllpl and wlfo visited one
day last week at Perry Shaker's.
Tuck Cook and , vlfo wore guests of
, Frank Cook and family this week.
Nelllo Knlsoly was a guest of her
cousin , Edith Peck , Saturday night.
' O. A. Hurk and wife wore guests of
! their son , Herbert , and wlfo Sunday.
Mrs > . Frank [ lout/ was a guest of
Mrs. Ulom Stump Monday afternoon.
Wm. Bartlett and wlfo wore guests
of their nephew , U. A. Burk , and wife.
Perry Shatter , wife and Donald were
guests of Noah Peck and wlfo Sunday.
Chas. Xentncr and family were guests
of Frank Cook and family on Sunday.
N. Peck and wlfo enjoyed a vlsli
, ' from S. II. Knlsoly and wlfo Sunday
t Grace Ncdrow went to Stella iusi
Wednesday for a visit with relatives
C. Phllllpl and wife spout a portloi
of last week with Guy Llchty and wife
Otto Iluottner , sr. , and wlfo wen
guests of their son , Wm. , and wlfo or
Sunday.
Herman Schneider and family wen
guests of A. Kettcrer and family 01
Sunday.
Annie Meyers entertained a numbe
of her young friends at her home las
Sunday.
George Poh and wlfo of Elraodena
Gal. , are hero visiting relatives am
friends.
D
Fred Uuoggo and wife of Madlsoi
county , nro hero visiting ; relatives am
friends.
Maude McCann visited with her sU
tcr , Mrs. H. A. Burk , the latter part o
last week.
Mcsdamcs Llchty and Clark of Fall
City , were guest of Mrs. F , S. Licht
on Monday.
Marie Llchty is spending the wee !
in the country with her brother Fran
and family.
Dallas Yoder and Gohllo Cook wer
to Verdon last , Friday eve to attend th
cotmnencereent.
Harvey and Frank Peck visited wit
the former's brothers at Morrlll , Kns
the latter part of the week.
Gco. Priclmrd ami family and Cha
\Vhotstlno and family enjoyed an ou
Ing on the river one day recently.
Clay Peek and wlfo and the latter
father and brother were out to th
*
. j Missouri river sight seeing on Sundu ;
k ' Henry Brim and lady friend of nei
3r' Hamlin , Kns. , were guests of the fo
lo ' mer's sister , Mrs. A. E , Knisely , Su
it. ay-
Martin Nolle and wife entertaiuc
10 about forty In the way of a party Sa
jr. urday evening and n good time Is r
] Q ported by those present.
ry , G. W. Prlchard and family , Frac
e- Cook and family and Mrs. Win. Coc
of Verdon , spent last Friday evenln
with Cbas. Zentner and family.
SALEM
Guy Shccloy went to Peru on Tues
day. '
Cass Moore wont to Denver Sntur
day.
Myrtle Easley visited In Dnwson last
week.
Mrs. Ed May want to Falls City on
Thursday.
Mrs. Slaver and Lena wont to llulo
Saturday.
Mr. Barrett diovo to Verdnn Satur
day evening1.
W. W. Spurlock went to Nebraska
City on Monday.
Joe Windlo returned home from Lin
coln on Saturday.
Chris. Hershey of Falls City , WHS in
Salem Wednesday.
Toild Waggoner came down ffo'in
Uawson , Thursday.
Cass Moore made a business trip to
St. .Too on Tuesday.
Miv. W. W. Spurlock went to Ne
braska City Friday.
Joe Lord and wife and Cclld drove to
Falls City on Friday.
G. W. Barker was n Falls City busi
ness visitor Tuesday.
Mr. Russell returned homo from
Rock county , Monday.
Louvn Collcy spent the last of the
week with Sadyo Jonos.
John Pelrson was a business visitor
to Fall * City on Tuesday.
Shcrm Mcmlcnhall und wife spent
Wednesday with Ed Rob.
L. H. Barnes and wife were visitors
[ n Shub rt on Wednesday.
Hazel Barrett entertained a number
of friends Saturday evening.
Virgil Grlnstead has accepted u po
sition with Russell & Dowoll.
Zulu McCool and Mary Russell left
Tuesday for a visit in Lincoln.
Mrs A.J. Tynor left the first of the
week for a visit at Katiias City.
Ll/.zlo Jarrctt and Mamie Morton
drove down from Stella Saturday.
P. R Sholtz and wife of Elk Creek ,
visited at C. B. Emmort's Monday.
Will Davis and wife and Myra Mia
nick arrived from Auburn Friday.
Mrs M. B. Garrison left Monday foi
Hcnton , la , after a short visit here
Mosdumes Win. Stack and Diuh
Corn drove over from Verdon Thurs
day.
Mrs. Joe Windlo returned homo Sun
day from St. Joe , whore she has beet
visiting for several weeks. ,
J. G. Ranger returned Thurs'Ja ;
from Omaha , where he attended tin
harness makers convention.
Me'dames J. L Slocum , Harr ;
Jcnno , Frank Grecnwald and MfUtloE
May of Falls City , were Salem visitor
on Wednesday.
Mrs. Charlie McCool and son , Wll
Ham , and Mrs. Ella Lord drove to Fall
City on Tuesday , where Mrs. L. tool
the train for Hiawatha.
Madge Whltten , Boyd Moore , Lloyi
Barrett and Frank Elshiro attondc
the commencement exorcises In Fall
City last Thursday evening.
A number of friends surprised MU
Myrtle Mendenhall on last Thursda
evening at the home of Mrs. Joh
Leihn. The evening was speut I
music and games. Refreshments wer
served.
FARGO.
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Fred Ruegco and wife were her
Friday.
C. J. Wallraff and wlfo were her
Saturday.
C. J. Thomas was a Rule vlsltc
Saturday.
Chas Ilallley was a Preston calk
Thursday.
Clarence Shotz spent Sunday wit
homo folks.
Ed Hunzker had business at Fal
City Tuesday.
Baldo DanneUer had business I
Rule recently.
Charlie \Vlsman was a county sei
shopper recently.
Mrs. George Fisher was a Farj
shopper Saturday.
F. E. Fltzscho and wife were Ru
shoppers Thursday.
James Sells and family were she
j > ers hero Saturday.
II. G. Dorsto had business at tl
county seat recently.
Fred Rueggo and family visited He
man Dorste's Sunday.
Walter and Lee Perkins were at tl
county seat Saturday.
The dance at the Redrncn hall Satur
day evening was well attended.
Jacob Wisman and wlfo were the
L'uests of Amll Gulsoh's Sunday.
A. F Randolph hauled several loads
of porkers to Preston Thursday.
Otto ILiettncr shelled about a thou
sand bushels of corn Wednesdu ) .
Mary Donnecker is spending a few
weeks with her aunt , Mrs. Ed Bauman ,
Mrs. Nixon of Hamlln , Kansas , was
visiting with her mother , Mrs Perkins
Sunday.
15. Rollers and family of Falls City
was visiting with homo folks at this
place Sunday.
A great many farmers of this neigh
borhood have to replant their corn on
account of the dry weather and cut
worms.
VERDON
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan spent Sunday at
'alls ' City.
Chloe Wilkinson is on the sick list
us week.
Mrs. WD. . Corn spent Wednesday
t Hancock's.
Mary Hiinloy came down from Pern
Miursday last.
Fred Gibson was a county seat vlsl-
or Saturday.
Rev. J. T. Rowan was a Dawson visi-
or last Wednesday.
Sadie Buson of Dawson attended the
lay given here Saturday.
John Mark and Tom Quibble wore
ounty seat visitors this week-
Mrs. Leva Veal and daughters vlsl-
oil Mrs. Boll Cornell last week.
Will Shoemaker of near Lincoln Is
( siting relatives hero this week.
Misses Efflo Ham and Ella Ber ?
amo down from Stella Saturday.
Carrie Brlcker came down from Shu
jert last Thursday for a visit here.
Mr. Dillon and sisters attended tin
) lay given hero Saturday evening.
DIsralei Bowman left la-t Tuosdiij
or Mexico where ho will remain sotm
line.
Rev J.T. Rowan left Tuesday foi
'eru where he will attend the suinmci
school.
Warren Douglass came down fron
incoln Saturday evening anil spen
Sunday at his home
MesdamcsToutch undCurry roturnci
Sunday from Hot-ton where they havi
been visiting relatives.
Misses Leonard and Judd accompan
ed by Chas. Shoemaker and Ralpl
Miller spent Sunday u the Bluffs.
Mrs Walker and children vlsltei
relatives hero the latter part of las
iveek.
Gug Gugo and family came dowi
[ rom Howe Saturday and remalnei
until Tuesday the guest of Mre Culler
Last Friday evening about . " > o'clocl
a south bound freight was wrecked n
the Sardine bridge which delayed th
traflle several hours.
Nelson Tlraerman and Miss Ros
Mark wore quietly married at th
home of the bride's father Wednesda
evening. Only immediate relative
being present. Rev. Rowan ofllclal
ing.
The Shakespeare club cave a recej
tion for Mr. und Mrs. Tlmerman las
Friday evoving. About fifty person
were present. Refreshments conslsi
ing of ice.cream and cake were servet
All there report n good time.
Last Tuesday evening the pupils c
the seventh , eighth and ninih grade
gave a surprise parly for Ada Leonart
teacher of the grammar room , Th
evening was pleasantly whlled awa
with games and diversions. Partnei
for supper were gotten by matchin
hearts , Refreshments consisted i
ice crctun and cake.
BARADA.
M. Schulcnburg was in Falls Git
Monday.
E. E. Bolojack was in Shubert c
business Thursday.
Roy Dunn took a load of produce i
the city on Tuesday.
Henry and Conei Gerdes werecounl
scat visitors on Saturday.
Wesloi Tindlo of Eldorado , Kan ;
spent Sunday at this place.
Lloyd Mitchell took a load of pr
duca to Falls City Tuesday.
Walt Morehead put up a new win
mill for John Boyd this week.
Dr. Van Osdel was visiting with h
parents at the farm on Sunday.
Lloyd Mitchell and wife entertalnc
D , E. Splckler and wife on Sunday.
Allen Franklin and family were
puet3 of Jnko Peters and wlfo Sunday.
Wash Sailors shelled corn on Monday
and D. E. Spickler shelled on Friday ,
Walter Orr is ongaced in helping
Win Kuhlrnan with the belated spring
work
Mr. ai.d Mrs. J. L. Clark are rejoic
ing over the arrival of of a son , May
21 , 1907.
Mrs. Sam'l Splckler and sister , Mrs.
Joslo Aue , were Falls City visitors
Saturday.
Alvln Catlctt and wife purchased
their housekeeping outfit in Falls City
on Monday.
Miss Edna Williamson returned Sat
urday from a visit with relatives In
Falls City.
Chas.Swiman has returned from a re
cent visit with friends at Craig and
Corning , Mo.
Sam Edgar and wife of Falls City
ere in town Sunday attending memo-
ial services.
Roy Williamson and Leon Vasser
crc taking in the sights at the county
at on Monday.
Wm. Cllne is in Falls City under the
are of Dr. Miner who is treating ; a
ancerous growth.
Frank Robbing and Rob't. Cook were
ver from Mound City the first of the
, 'cck buying horses.
Mrs. Ell'/.a Thompson and daughter ,
lac , of the county seat worn attending
ervices hero Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Martin left Tuesday
or Oregon , Mo. , whore she will visit
vith her daughter , Mrs. Philip Markt.
George Sailors and wife spent a few
ay the fore part of the week with
heir daughter , Mrs. Xella Marmot ,
icar Dawson.
Win. Raines and Harry Cline wont
o the Missouri fishing Monday. We
inve not learned how they brought
ionic their "catch" .
John Lancdor. has a line new Colum-
jlan talking machine. It is a line one
mil his records comprise many excel-
ent musical numbers.
T. C Roe and wife , accompanied by
heir sons wore up from Falls City Sun-
lay to attend Memorial services anO
visit with relatives and friends.
On Thursday the old soldiers and
tholr friends gathered at the church
ind then proceeded to the cemetery
to fiag and decoatc the graves of the
old soldiers lying at rest at this place ,
The now bank of ours Is keeping
abreast of the times even to house
cleaning season. Tnis week the papci
was hung and the oiling , painting , etc ,
completed. Sam Drake of Falls Citj
did the work.
Memorial services were conducted al
the Big Bethel church under the au
spices of the Woodman of the World
ind the old veterans. Rev. Tusk o
Shubert delivered a very able and im
pressive sermon. The music furnlshec
by the girls' chorus was enjoyed bj
all.
E. E. Bolejack was in Omaha Friday
and Saturday in attendance upon hii
sister , Mrs Joe Harper , who under
went a serious operation at a hospitu
there. She is reported as doing wol
at the present time. L. H. Moreheai
supplied hU place in the bank during
the absence.
The family of Uncle Dick William
son received a box of oranges on Mon
day that ho had shipped from Califor
nla where he is visiting. They an
A. 1 in quality and flavor. We nri
glad to chronicle the news that nlread ;
Uncle Dick I ? greatly improved ii
health.
On last Saturday occurred the marriage
riago of Leona Sailors and Alvin A
Cattlett , both of this vicinity , at Kock
port , Mo. The news came as a surpta
to friends and relative ? . This estl
ID u bio couple arc well known hero am
their friends are legion. All join u
wishing them a very prosperous am
happy future. Thov will make the !
homo on Mr. Catlett's ranch north o
Barada.
RULO.
John Kanaly went to St. Joe Fridaj
Anna Mahan spent last Friday i
Fulls City.
Mrs. Emma Wallace spent Saturda
in Falls City.
Grant Ocauib is having his hous
newly painted.
Elva True Is recovering from an al
tack of measles.
Mike Hopkins mane a trip to Atch !
son Friday last.
Two of Charlie Miller's chlldre
have the measles.
Ed Gilbert was a rails city visitor
Saturday.
The band gave an open a'r ' concert
Saturday evening1.
Cecil Kanaly was a Fall ? city visitor
Monday afternoon
Mrs. Belpler Is having the outside of
her house repainted.
Herman Kloopfol was on the sick
list the first of the week.
Dr. McNut of craig , was on the
street of llulo this week.
Adam Bicklo shlpood a carload of
cuttle to St. Joe , Monday.
Enoch Zigler made a business trip to
Missouri Monday afternoon ,
John Kanaly made a business trip to
Missouri , Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Dunn of Missouri , visit ,
cd relatives in Rule Sunday.
F. E. Kulp of Wymore , was a busi
ness \isitor In Rule Tuesday.
Mrs. John Dunn visited friends lu
Missouri the first of the week. /
Will Barber of Severance , Kas. , vis-
ted with Rule friends Sunday.
W. W. Chinnock of ( wyrnoie , was a
> uslne s visitor In Rule Tuesday.
RobKuimlv and John , jr. , wore Falls
! itv visitors last uturdiiy afternoon.
Mr. Record and family returned Sun-
ay from a two weeks visit to Super-
or.
Wm. Fulton moved hie household
oods from Humbo'dt to Rule last
veek.
George E. Ward and J. A , ' Hiakle
vero HumboUlt visitors the first of the
veek.
D. J Young of Peru , is in town this
veok canvassing for the Personal Help
ibrary.
Tolbut Winkle went to Forte-cue ,
Mondaj for several days visit with
elatlves.
W. 1 } . Hir.ton of Omaha wa ? Iran-
icting business in Rule Thursday of
ast week.
Hi-nr.N ( iiverzaglo was a visitor to
.he count v capllol the latter part of
t wei-k.
J. L. Mcndonhall of Beatrice , passed
through Rule rrlday evening enrouie
'or St. Joe.
J. M. Gustafson of Wymore was a
uusinoss visitor to this place the last
of last week.
Mrs. Ferd Harlow of Falls City ,
spent Sunday with 'per daughter. Mrs.
C. B. Schaett'cr.
Mamie and Gertrude Kanaly and
Joslo McMahon left Monday for Peru ,
toattend seh'ool.
Ray Hart , who has spent the past
two months near Hiawatha , returned
homo Saturday.
Worth Anderson and family of Kan
sas , spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends In Rulo.
Win. Watts and Blalne Anderson of
Kansas spent Wednesday cf last week
with Rule friends.
Jim Goolsby moved from Table Rock
to Missouri this week , to work for
Steve Cunningham.
Leslie Inks came in from the countrr
Saturday , to spend some tlrao with her
sister , Mrs. Wallace.
Norm Kerraodo moved from Skunk
Ridge to the house once owned by Mrs.
Robert on North 3rd st.
Mrs. Theo Anderson and daughter
returned from a visit with friends lu
Kansas one day last week.
Floyd and Vearl True departed Sat
urday for Union Nebraska where they
expect to spent the summer.
Lewis sweiuforth , who moved over
in Missouri some time ago , moved back
to Rule , the first of the week.
rather sproll went to Arago Sunday.
Mable Kohler of Fargo , arrived in
Rule Saturday , to visit friends.
Edith Hlnkle , who has been at'.end-
Ir.g school at Lexington , Mo. , returned
to her homo at this place Sunday.
Ruth Kaualy returned from Falls
city Sunday , having finished her sea
son in a millinery store at that place
Mac LeBlano Is putting in new
mooern windows and making some
other repairs in his house this week
The mediclal examiner of tbe Burl
ington Helief was in Rule Saturday ,
to examine some of the men now workIng -
Ing on the river bridge ,
Mesdames D. VanValkenburg , Frank *
VanValkenburg and Fee and duughter ,
Beatrice , und Wayne Richardson spent
Tuesday in Kansas with Josie Vetter.
Sam Hull met with quite an accident
Thursday of last week ; while catching ;
rivets on the bridge. In some way be
missed ono.whlch struck him just above
the richt eye , cutting an ugly gash ,
which required several stitches to close
the place. The rivet was red hot when
it struck him , and burnt as well as cut
the flesh.