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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 December 1933

*Z*\~ retry jnw, Try H la The Mm and watch Mmh |Mi by Imp* ud UDE NEWS Mvarttate* n ■!> t I yti Ml at i la Tht Newt at only t Ttf ft VOLUME 45. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 19S3. .NUMBER IT. Christmas Was Well Observed Here In Claude Christmas eve night, the four churches of Claude had their plays and Christmas Trees, which drew large crowds, some beginning later to let those who wish, attend most all of them. We first visited the Christmas tree program at the Church of Christ, which began early in the evening. Appropriate songs were sung by the congregation, along with a trio and two quartetts well delivered, following readings by some of the little ones. Then Olu Santa Clause came in to make the hearts of the little ones happy. Fruits, nuts and candlcs were given out by Old Man Santa Claus to the little ones between the uge.< of 3 and 10; next those under fifteen years of age and finally those OVER FIFTY YEARS were given a sack of candy, nuts and fruit. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 December 1933

rtutu* ME> I '■Wi m ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for lii* office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 1934. For Sheriff & Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUEi KERR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: PRANK BISHOP O. P. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE For Commissioner Precinct No. 2. J. J. RAY THE STATE OF TEXAS Om «ap atlll 4ttA potato, i* 1U potato mort than It wm in July. IB July the things the far- men buy stood at an average of 1QS while the things they sell stood at 71. During the five mon- ths since then the buying figure has been boosted 12.5 points, while in the same period the sell- In; figure has been reduced one polnt-^whlch makes the total In- crease of the gap 13.5 points. Therefore, while it is very pleas- ing to everybody to be told that general business is enjoying a mild boom, we must not lose sight ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 December 1933

Local and P New AAA Chief Mrs. Lula Hoffman of Dallas accompalned by her stster-ln-law, Mrs. Ruth Frost, visited her mother Orandma Howe and Orover and J. M. Howe and family and C. K Howe and family. If you. want to sen or trade your land, list It with J. A. Best lS-c nil:—A nice advertisement cf your candidacy for offl«« each time you five the Claud* News an order for candidate cards A Want Ad. at ONLY 2-cenW «j wort, will sell for CASH something' you do not need, or bring you quick results. POSTED NOTICE This la to notify ths public that all of the J. A Pastures are posted, and bunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will bo prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, MI Medical Arts Building Amarlllo, Texas DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST •17 FISK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR'LLO, — TEXAS Why Hospitals Use a jJjjuid Laxative Hesaitals and doctors have alwsys used liquid laxatives. And the public is fsst returning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 December 1933

PRESS >M A.Vv ' ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News Is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 1934. Far Sheriff * Tax Collector: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 FRANK BISHOP O. F. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE For Commissioner Precinct No. 2. J. J. RAY THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY—GREETING: Rudolph Pfeiffer, temporary ad- ministrator of the estate of Mis. A. C. Pfeiffer, deceased, hav- ing tiled in our county court his final account of the condition of the estate of the said Mrs. A. C. Pfeiffer, deceased, together with an application to be discharged from said administration, you are hereby commanded that by pub- lication of this writ for twenty days in a newspaper regularly published in the County of Arm- strong, you give due notice to all pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 December 1933

a*H or tnde It Wttta J. A. Best l«-c -V > itfe# advertisement of «T lor offlee itch Urn* ttit Claude News an Candidat« oarda. ▲ Want Ad. at ONLY 2-cenU *) trad. Will mU for CASH something' you do not need, or bring you Quick raulta. POSTED NOTICB Thia la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Paatuia* art posted, and taunting, trapping or flatdng la not permitted and all trespassers WUI be praaacuted. CLINTON Mgr. 13-tf-c DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, Ml Medical Aits Building Amarlllo, Texas ,'M to plant the saeda In you know our lot Is perfeetly level. DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST •17 nSK MEDICAL ART AND PROFESSIONAL BUILDING AMAR*LLO, — TEXAS Chester C. Davi«, (above), former chief of the Crop Production Divi- sion of the AAA, ii now Agricul- tural Adjustment Administrator, succeeding Qeurge H. Peek who kaada the federal Foreign Trade Committee. Why Hospitals Use a Ugnid Laxative HenUab and doctors have always used liquid laxatives. And the public ■ fast returning to laxative...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 29 December 1933

for itself HUNDREDS of thousands of people now own and drive Ford V-8 cars. Some neighbor or friend of yours has one. If we told you what we think of the car, you might say we are prejudiced, so we let the car and its owner tell you. Economy of operation is one of the first points they will emphasize—the owner will boast of it and the car will prove it. The 1934 car is even better than the 1933— and that was our best car up to its time. The new car is more beautiful—faster—more powerful —gives more miles to the gallon—better oil economy—is easier riding—cheaper to own and operate than any car we ever built. You owe it to yourself and your pocketbook to ask our Ford Dealer to let you see this car, and let you drive it for yourself. At the wheel of the car you will be sure to reach a right decision. The Ford V-8 will tell you its own story. NEW FORD V- 8 for 1934 From Wyandoftes to Windmills Incubators, windmills, sewing machines, tractors—all these totally different devices with thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1934

grew fcf hw mi NEWS VOCJDMB tt. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. «. 1934. ' : I- Andrew Jack- mi Allen Goes To His Reward Andrew Jackson Alien was born at Willis Point, Texas. November M, 1867. He spent about 18 years In the environs of his native vil- lage thence he moved to Lampases. his parents former home. A little later he Joined the Texas Ran- ger* with headquarters In the Nueces Canyon under the leader- ship of Captain Pat Dollan. He served nine months during which time the Indians made several in- roads into the white settlements however with but little damage as the ever alert Rangers were soon on their trail. In the year 1883 Mr. Allen was united to Miss Clara Ann McCabe of Lampases. To this union there were born eight children, Edna Mae Miller of Tuscon, William Ernest and Roxy Naomi both dy- ing In Infancy. Samuel Lester Al- len of Claude, Albert Coin of Mus- kogee, Okla., Cerle Bertha, dying In infancy, John Riley Allen of Hereford, and Mary Edith, who died...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1934

ASSO announcements The Claude News is authorlied to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which Uttir names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. far Sheriff £ Tax Collector: J, D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS VMv County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. Far Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK BISHOP O. P. SMALLEY OTTO ORUMKE r Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. J. RAY Far Commissioner Precinct No. 3: W. H. HAMBLEN THE STATE OF TEXAS TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON- STABLE OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY—GREETING: Rudolph Pfelffer, temporary ad- ministrator of the estate of Mrs. A. C. Pfelffer, deceased, hav- ing filed in our county court his final account of the condition of the estate of the said Mrs. A. C. Pfelffer, deceased, together with an .application to be discharged front, said administration, you are hereby commanded that by pub- lication of this writ for twenty days • in a newspaper regularly published In the County of A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1934

•< hp (m or Mil w. l-t-p Blot advertisement of joy lor oCOee Mch tint )m give the Claude „ " *" tot candidate cards A Want Ad. at only 2-cenU * tort. win sell tor CASH something jwu 40 not nttd, or bring you Itato Is to aotuy tfat public that aU at the J. a. Paatuns an posted, aM Hunting, trapping or flsfahv is not permitted and all trespassers 111 ho prottcuttd. CLINTON ■WW. Ant Mgr. 11-tf-c DR. C. C. MASON, FOOT SPECIALIST, Ml Mtdleal Arte Building Amarlllo, Texas DR. W. M. CURL DENTIST •11 riSK medical art and psoressional building amakllo, — texas i\r BAN JOSE: ... Aathony ObUloi. (above) 19 year old turn boy of Baa Jose, Calif., who waa tbt flrat arreeted, charged *lth violating tbt California lyieh law by pitting in the mob baogiag of tht eonfeaatd kidnaper* and lUyeri of Brooke Bait at Baa Jott rtetatly^ Local and Personal * Mrs. Ada Woodward, of Dallas, is here to spend a few days visiting her mother. Mrs. E. C. Clay. Chas. Douglass, principal Claude High School, spent Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 6 January 1934

sf$8 Best of The Better Foods Are Served BERTS TAVERN POLK AT FIFTH Steaks • Oa Tmy Special Sandwlchee Open All Hours 1934 - - Sunrise Again Another sunrise brings an- other year into life. May it mean for you the begin- ning of a greater era of prosperity and happiness. May friends increase and pleasures in greater num- ber come your way. With us every sunrise is a signal of a new chance to serve you better. AUrtj ImUuj Taqlor MnoCMIEft MWKC-mwvwm Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company THE RADIO DOCTORS Of Amarillo, Texas WILL BE IN CLAUDE SATURDAY, JANUARY 6TII. From 2:30 to 8 P. M. located front end of Claude News office—Tubes tested FREE—expert Radio Repairing. Tubes - Radios - Accessories M. II. CLACK—Chief Engineer, J. R. (iOSS Technician FRIENDS We Thank You For your many courteousles and considerations of the past and wish you all the joys the New Season affords. Phone 80 CLAUDE PRODUCE Claude I Treasury i irm Credit. fv>st<5 •V-?-. - ' First Installment Mrs. Gordon peere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

CLAUDE NEWS voum a. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1934. Great Plateau Singing Conv. Here Sunday ■INGING CONVENTION AT MBTHOD1ST CHURCH IN CLAUDE, JANUARY 14TH O Leaders and singers of note will be at the convention. Emll Myers and other members of thg faculty of the 'AatarlUo College of Music will be present for special num- bers and with a stringed orches- tra. The Blackburn Bros. Funeral Home Quartet with Mr. H. A. Shaw as master of music will offer Hiumbers. Stamps-Baxter quartet of Amarlllo as usual will offer splendid numbers. Mr. C. O. Huber head of the Educational and mas- ter of music, from Canyon, with Mrs. Huber arc coming. Quartets from Dumas, Panhandle, Borger, Pampa and other quartets from Amarlllo, Including ladles quartets will be ready to respond to their turns. Quartets from different parts of Armstrong county are ready to go. Mrs. Doak of Claude, with her orchestra will bear great- ly with the program. Solos, duets and trios and a male chorus ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

W; announcements The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- dictates for liie office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. For County Judge: 8. P. mathews For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: J. D. WOODBURN TOM COLLINS For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR. For Commissioner Precinct No. 1 PRANK BISHOP O. P. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE - A. E. WOODWARD For Commissioner Precinct No. 2 J. J. RAY For Commissioner Precinct No. W. H. HAMBLEN 3: This young lady in going skiing in the newest green ami brown knit ski costume. Kven the mittens lire green and brown. The hut is brown. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF ARMSTRONG COUNTY On Saturday, January 27th. 1934, The Commissioners' Court of Arm- strong county will hold an open hearing of the county budget pre- pared by the County Judge for 1934, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4 P. M.—S. P. MATH- EWS, County Judge. 21-c THE STATE OF TEXAS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

e KiiK.! Wednesday shopping MM. 0. O. Dodge and Mr* Eva McMurcy vert (hopping in AmarUlo Monday. Mr . R. L. Combs left Satur- day to be at the bedside of her sick mother at Paris, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McKenzie of Panhandle, visited with Rev and Mrs. Leslie Moore Wednesday of this week. Mrs. Jack Scales, Mrs. Lorene Waggoner and Mrs. E. O. Worley were seen among Amarillo shop- pers Wednesday of this week. H. E. White, prominent man of Washburn, and his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Reed, were attending to business In Claude Monday. J. J. Ray, of Goodnight, can- didate for County Commissioner of the Goodnight precinct, was in Claude Monday on business. Some very pretty weather this week, but no rain to date. We are asking the weather man to send us three or four inches of rain. We really need this moisture at this time. 'l'iie clothes worn by winter vaca Zionists usually are forerunners of those which will be seen on Reaches and in vacation camps dur- ing tin- coming summer. The play uit a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

etter Foods R«ej£ s Are Served - TAVERN POLK AT FIFTH Special Sandwiches Open All Hours THE RADIO DOCTORS \ Of Amarillo, Texas ffw.i. BE IN CLAUDE SATURDAY, JANUARY 13TH. Fran 2:30 to S P. M. located front end of Claude New* ■fflce—Tube* tested FREE—expert Radio Repairing. Tubes - Radios - Accessories M. H. CLACK—Chief Engineer, K. G. R. S. J. R. GOSS—Technician, K. G. R. S. FIVE ERRORS NO. 1 A MAN— Struck a match to see if the gasoline tank of his automobile was empty. IT WASN'T NO. 2 A MAN— Patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if it was affectionate. IT WASN'T \ NO. 3 A MAN— Speeded up to see if he could beat a train to the crossing. HE COULDN'T NO. 4 A MAN— Tried to repair a high tension elec- tric line with his bare hands. 't HE COULDN'T | NO. 5 i A MAN— \ CUT OUT ADVERTISING To see \ if he could save money. / HE DIDN'T \ THE CLAUDE NEWS f „ V BIG THEATRE show Theatre-goers of Claude and vi- cinity soon will have an oppor- tunity to see the first big musical show at Amarl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

Ttj I k CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12,1934. NUMBER 19. ftre •Mc'tok^fP • M kr VMM Man Syndicate, Inc. T- l*LL FE6L AWFUL }f AW, WHAT Do SOU <2ARE. -? FUNMV (K) M3UP. J\ ^OU LOOK ALL RKaHT-WE'RE CLCTTHfeS V ALMOfeTj-ThAE SAME SI1E $> ' m I *r M6AH Tb I'LL fix P'-vouo EAR N\Y< AND HAT WANT HAVEkfT ANY •m ""■ " A 1 £ a GOOD ©VE-have A GOOD TIME INTO MAKN FUNNY 2 THAT WAS MARY THAT RAN INTO ME- I'D KNOW THAT HAT AMP COAT ANV- WHERE I'LL FIX HER.— I1 LLTELL HER. MOTHER jpp«j ■■ ■■ i Ba ^li Mggg r«-. ' A MR . CiRUMP, I'M AFRAID VOU ARE MISTAKEN— IT COULDK): HAVE BEEN MARY- SHE HASKST BEEN) AWAV FROM THE , v excuse A <^iHure ) HAROLD/ HAROLD .'TAKE OFF THAT COAT QUICK/ <=riVE IT TO ME NOW <31VE ME THAT' HAT AND \0 !%HIDE -THE &LED BAOt OF *; .):('. s THE-mEE HOW-DE-DOO, MR QRUMP-I HOP VOU CATCH THAT UTTLE <blRUTHAT RAK) INTO NtiU- &HE OUCrHT TO CjET A CaOOD SPAKJK.IN<j ' m i mm V- mmm /flL v « 35 . r •- .;• C' / t- M- v./ sti® The Right...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

N N 1M4. W tb. Bum Color Mat Co.) far back as I can remember 1 have been working with horses. And it was while hunting a bunch of horses for the boss that I had _fiwt experience with Indians. !he ranch where I was employed was on the upper Guadalupe river, in Cen- tral West Texas. One morning the old man went out to the corral to look over his horses and came running back to the house, pulling his hair. "They're gone!" he said. "Somebody left the bars down!" I knew nobody had left the bars down. There was a smart horse in the bunch who was always leading the others into devilment. I'd seen him fooling with the corral bars two days before, but didn't think much about it—didn't think he was learning the combination. A fellow a good bit older than I, nam- ed Chilam, started with me trailing the escaped horses. There were no fences in those days, and all the country up there was brushy and wild. We trailed those devil-may-care horses all day without any luck. When the sun got low, we be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

£ m Th# Country Press GOOD idea of what the country press is able to do in this country is shown by some figures gotten out by the editor of a small daily over in Alabama. He calls attention to the sworn statement of the big dailies in Birmingham, Mobile and Montgom- ery and shows that the total circulation of all of them is 236,000. Then he pro- ceeds to show that the circulation of what is known as the Alabama country press is 760,000, almost three times the combined circulation of the big dailies. We are inclined to believe that the circulation of the smaller papers in Texas and' Oklahoma, over the big dailies, will show even a greater pre- ponderance in favor of the country pa- pers. Politicians and others are sometimes absolutely astounded at the small in- fluence exerted by the big dailies. The trouble is that the people are not read- ing the big dailies. The country press has shown so much enterprise and is furnishing such good papers that they are getting to be the only pape...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

N N N N 1 !%*** The cinity tunit; show year. Wil cessfi Marc form! Janui pal t De: show sons is ex rangi plus Mr show hand to M News Th 1934 and tweei cisco ruarj tre 1 Oekl Fo Ama of Pare travi Th Vie artis Pane Bour Bagc ler, and "L of 3 ries Call! n big i at t then vatic "Oil SHIPPED ABROAD of Rio Grande Valley was made from Edinburg on oil a«>w !■? WWI 4M nA««AW WUO10UVU W ovvcu and Asiatic cities by the Association. The fruit will upon markets by special at Bombay, Yokohama, Paris, sr, Liverpool, London and Amsterdam. CO-EDS HELP SCHOLARSHIP FUND The hundreds of teachers and others Who patronized the cafeteria at the Uni- versity of Texas during the Texas State Teachers' Association November 30, De- cember 1 and 2 did not know that a num- ber of the young women who waited upon them were co-eds, members of the Austin Home Economics club. They essayed the role of waitress to help their scholarship fund. Their earnings were donated to the fund. DOES NOT MOVE OFTEN In 1876 F. E....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

T&m ' ■ SfSfcS for explaining 36 cotton con- to farmers began the tpart of December in the 214 Counties in Texas having county afents. In the new offered by the Agri- Adjustment Admin- istration, farmers agree to re- duce cotton acres from 35 to 45 per cent in return for land rental payments running as high as $18 per acre, and a parity payment of one cent per pound for 40 per cent of the average five-year produc- tion. A farmer who has grown an average of 40 acres of cotton making an acreage of 10 bales per year during 1928-32 would receive a total of $89.92 in three payments next year if he signs a con- tract reducing his acres 40 per cent, from 40 acres down to 24 acres. His land rental payment will be 31/s cents for every pound of lint produced per acre on the average dur- ing 1928-32. In this case that would amount to $4.37 per acre, or $69,92 for the 16 acres retired. Forty per cent j four different systems. Be- of his average five-year pro-; sides the stage coach glows a ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 12 January 1934

-*w m&Kp. «• •01 8 ** M THUS Birr FAKliBJUnchn in th« fertile Vial Country of Texas and New Mexico. Noth- ing to rent or trade for Eastern land. Wall's Realty Exchange, 228 Wall iildg., Lubbock, Texas. If YOU own a farm or ranch for bale or trade* it costs you nothing to list it with us. We have nice revenue property to trade for land, also clients interested in buying. Jones-Calvert Co., Dallas, Texss. First National Hunk Building. LOUISIANA LANDS, Healthy St. Tammany Parish. $5 acre up. Exchange homestead, bank stock. Terms. Salnten Co.. 1317 Union Bldg., New Orleans, La. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE MIDDLE West wanted for irrigated im- proved SO near El Centro: incumbrance, $6,000; equity estimated $7,000. R. K. 1, Box 173-A. El Centro. Cal. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES INVESTORS—For sale my holdings in Refugio, Texas, 30x60 concrete block busi- ness. Also City block with 60-bbl. gaso- line well. 1, 3 cash, remainder on time. Anton, Strauch, Kerrville, Texas. TEXAS Cafe. Highway Eighty. Po...

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