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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

made from one tract of land at Toyah, Texas, last year, produced 12 tons to the acre. present crop, on the sains tract this year, stands 32 inches high and not yet in bloom, 7 tt 1L1L of jm I JL 1 JL was The Irrigated From Artesian Well at Toyah GRAPES GROWING IN TOYAH IR RIGATED WITH ARTESIAN WATER. Own a Developed Tract Land We Have These Tracts El Paso people, who attend ed the El Paso Fair last faU. were struck with the splendid, disxDlay from the Toyah coun try. Depending, as they do, on artesian water for irrigating purposes, farmers in the Toyah country can count to a certain ty on never-failing crops. Toyah Country Irrigated i For Sale from 5 acres up rtesian Water The lands we offer are in the great artesian belt. They are rich, irrigable, valley lands in and around the town of Toyah. 'Toyah itself is a thriving city of over a thousand inhabitants. It has been proven beyond the shadow of a doubt that artesian irrigated lands are one of the best investments you can possibly ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Corner Lots Selling for $15, STL ALL Tl T VESTMENT COUNTRY Corner Lots Selling for $15.00 11.00 Down and $1.00 a Week for 10 Weeks Vill Get Yon a Nice Lot in ALTUii to A PARK Park. N. !VI. HIGHLAND PARK to Las Cruces, N. Mesilla Park and Las Gruces will soon be hustling cities. Already the gov ernment is surveying for the purpose of giving that vicinity the best water rights, Las Gruces and Mesilla Park are going to grow rapidly. These two additions are the choicest in these towns. It is only a question of time until this land will be selling: at several hundred dollars an acre. You won't miss $1.00 a week now, and in a short time it will net ou unexpected returns. For further particulars and plat, see UHm MAPI 1 O Sole Agent. WW HI lllEiliK&fl7 Herald Building, El Paso. MAYORSHIP OF PORTALES MAY BE DECIDED IX COURT STORM DESTROYS CHURCH AXD DAMAGES PROPERTY McKinne, Texas, May 7. The Bap tist church at Princeton, near here, Tva3 blown down last night during1 a...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

I Teach the Children I to Save I HOMESEEKERS' ATTENTION. If you wish to be located on the best land In West Texas and located right, see TV. L. Rider, Civil Engineer. Bank References. 207 St. Louis St., El Paso, Texas. TV. F. PAYNE'S Office is now located in the Angelus Hotel building, Crawford theater en trance. ome VOID OF ALL COMFORTS Not iO 1 WHEN i B 1 1 It is the duty of every parent to teach their children to save and the best time is when they are young. A few pennies put away each day or week will give them a nice litle start when they go out to fight the battles of the world. It would only take a little money each week, if you begin saving now, to have enough money to send the little tots of today to some good col lege after they have finished the school work at home. CIVIL ENGINEER. Land surveys, city and country. Phone S43. TV. L. Rider, 207 St. Louis St. FOR RENT Furnished room, bath, light; board if desired. 704 X. Kansas. ARIZONA ST. BUILDING SITE At a bargain. TV. F....

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 FOR SALE 4 lots, fine corner. Las Cruces, N. M.; $100 if taken at once. Phone 2377 or address Mrs. Kitchens, 116 E. Franklin. i rsii v creat! Jog. HOT AIR Can take up a balloon a long ways but it can't keep it up there. All the boosting we could do wouldn't keep up our enormous volume of Want Ads if we didn't bring the advertiser results. FOR SALE BY OWNER 1 southeast corner lots one block east El Paso and Southwestern shops; 4 room frame house, screened porch and shade trees. 2931 Durazno. IhiV. all OUT Of CIGARS flS'l'rtYlNSToP" guess x was a chump to BYTrt5S ft SttOKE I VELL.I HATE To 3o THIS SUT XLL JSOTTLE OF 7fiZftZJTR.On.THfT Ol3 f 9 IKjl I i3k2R ME a. JaaaMaK rw For other adverU3ement3 sea "Too Late to Classify" columns. FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE 2 room frame, bath, elec tric light, etc., on 2 south front lots, well fenced, trees, shrubbery. Cash or terms. P. O. box 392. FOR SALE BY OWNER New 6 room pressed brick, close in, east front, ce ment porch, hall, b...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EI. PASO HEB ALB , 15 FOE SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. Entire block cf 20 lots on Cliff St., between Ange and Octavia Sts. Price $5000. This is one of the best bargains offered in the Alexander addition toda. 5 room uptodate pressed brick cot tage In Sunset Heights addition. 3Hg lao feet of ground. Price $..aUU. terms $500 ch. balance 1. 2. 3 and 4 years atWePhaventan S room 2 story modern brick dwelling,. No. 1010 Arizona St.; ?7xl20 feet of ground. Price 6800 Terms 1-3 cash, balance 1 and - ears at 8 percent. , 1p 2 lots on corner of Octavia ande vadaSts. Price 3000. 'f ins i; cash, balance 1 and 2 years at 8 percent. FOR. REST. 811 S. Overland St. S room 2 story brim E5' Overland St. rooms ana bath. 19. WE HAVE WtOOLO?' EL PASO REAL ESTATE SECUBIT1. BEHR & WATTS, WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE. 114 -Pioneer Plaza. .,jnne City wat oank Building. acre! 2000 cash, balance 1. 2. 3 ana 4 yCWe"have anything you want from 1 acre to 1000. ....- pPiTmv CO., PETERMAN-LA , SDEN JA ' 22SG 4 ring...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 18 o you know of another city in the state of Texas even twice the size of: El Paso where One Million, Five v Hundred Thousand Dollars is now being locks? spent for new business ARE YOU DID YQU GOME HERE III IT FOR fancy I9C 0RF0RY00R kTl&EhBg HB ShjD i9 Money IfYou invested in City or Val ley Property EL PASO ""MJ wimntiu: hmv HEALTH'S MK Every hour of the dey, every day of the week QLnd every week of the month people are, coming to El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley to locate. There are variois reasons wrhy people come to El Paso, but suffice it to say that those who came here and made an investment are making money. Those who invested in city or valley property a few years ago have made a nice fortune. Those who invest today and hold their property for any length of time are going to get handsome returns from their investment. No city in Texas, or any other state, is making such a substantial growth as El Paso Oil o city a airieless of Nothing El Paso and the Va...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. , on Pages 13, 14 and 15. EL PASO HEUAXD Eeal Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. Am losing Out AjVery Fine Stock ; of J ewelr If You Have Ever Thought of Buying Any thing in the Jewelry Line Buy It Now For Regular Price Will Do Only a Pawn brokerage Business Hereafter See Window Display LiCSS Than of Arthur J. I Fullanl 219 San Antonio I MIXING AXD Oil, aews. OPERJUIOHS SI few Jersey Corporation at Work in a Eegion "Well Known. The Shamrock Mining- and Milling Company, a New Jersey corporation, is operating in the Steeple Rock mining district, and, according to the Duncan Arizonian, has exceeding bright pros pects for a big mining camp within a short time- George A. Kalar is general manager, and L. D. Harrigan of New ark, N. J., Is president Mr. Kaylar and J- A. Martin of Stee ple Rock originally owned and devel oped the mines which the new company purchased. Three hundred feet of track age at...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

A r The Safest SHlSJSe HhsmI IWl wls &JIai ab!e Treatment For Men If afflicted with amr Special Pelvi or Private Diseases or Weaknesses yon should consider Tvell the dire results which must follow neglect. There is absolutely no need of your eking ont a miserable existence when it is f Ible Jot fout'btfZ ZnTlhuoI But hoTSr consulting a true and reputable Specialist and have him prescribe the proper treatment for your trouble. Don't make the mistake of Intrusting your cae with a specialist Tvho W ncltherhe abHlSor desire to give vou relf Invegate fhe claims and reputation, of each and every one offering you treatment and consider the mntter carefully before making your choice. Vie the saate Judgment you would in-a SSEZ to attract attention, bntierlt alone stand the tot of time For a garter of a ,entrv our OIGIXAL and EXCI.USIO0 'J nfS men -who oA-rt .d ;.raaI11. fuii i- for tliei- exnenditur of time and money. The fact that these men have never been disappointed, speaks volumes f...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

V EL PASO iHEKAXD - . ) .1 : . ; , ' j w-xmrn- ' j.c1W 7JTZy " : T "N l'IK 0ft 177" T """IT y ' 1 ?- ran sn i xitw n r n 7fr v. W c t 2 & ,- V Sv &uT.2 J CJ dr J I OopyrJghfei 1910, by the AmrIcan-ExanjnerrGreat Britain Rljtots Rsnre6. i"H Hlr IWT ("I GUESS I'LL LOOK YJ?i & $ 1 "is THI ("HEY! YOUNGSTERS.YOU CAN ! -&c I JM H S it A5 WELLAS-TME Us & fr, fcg)P I Pp o 1 GET UP IMTHEAUTO ANBSEE I ', L jrj P x V P YOU CAK SEE THE PARAGE P JCZ VW l5d fT - J WHY OOtJTCHE TAKE .. W-vJ33---' S; . &TjL SUT OMT TAKE BABY OUT jrt SytXJ f f XJy XoWL. VpOTO'DE KERRIDGg? is. K T m , I rj c""" - Q r

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 2 MaB-aH-n-i--B By H. H. Schutz, Assistant Agronomist New Mexico A. & M. College WHEN we consider that our poul try products are equal in value to our cotton and hay crops; that the egg is the most diges tible form of meat and can be cooked In a multitude of ways; that the flesh of the chicken is prized by everyone, and that the barnyard fowl is the old est of our domestic animals, it becomes difficult to understand that so little attention has been given to making poultry raising a science as well -as an art. Before 1S80 our knowledge of poultry production was negligible, and even after three decades of investiga tion there is a great deal still to be learned. CoaditfoR-s Differ. Our conditions here in the south west for poultry raising are different In some respects from those prevailing in other regions, but on the whole they are very favorable. The egg and meat markets always offer generous prices, and the value of feed is reasonable enough to allow liberal...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

E!L IA.3 21 U H&HLA L.1I ' : I . Riil Ac. Raw C iiMificf I fin test VB k w -Hs BBS HJX dbjl Last night at midnight the ballot box was sealed and all mail received by the contest department from now on will be placed in this box and will not be opened un til after 9 oclock next Tuesday night when the judges will make the final count and announce the winners. Send in all Subscriptions at Once Do not hold until the last moment the subscriptions which you may have been saving for the final count. It's best to send them in at once. If you wait too long something might delay your letter and keep it from geting in here in time to be counted. Send by special delivery or registered mail all votes which you send in from now on to guard against loss in transit. DID YOU GET THAT "KELLEY" MAN YESTER DAYS? IF NOT, TRY HIM AGAIN TODAY. Mrs. H. W. Townsend of Alpine Leads the Last Published List CONTEST DISTRICT NO. 1. Includes all of arest Texas (outside of El Paso), and the territory ad- l ja...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

C5 22 dLfc -ii jN timer cus Happy If fairs In Cluh Circles Many Card IParttes louring the JeeK. Smith, Birdie Hawkins. Stella Latnp, t Marion Young, Sybil Shedd. Mary Du- j CTnnr "Rubnnkr. Pauline Brown, , THE HILLS . . - c .:?-1 1 tktlf Grace Jb'iecic, uiaays ouh.i.u, Brick, Mary Leighton, Katherine Har per and Mabel O'Connor. (By Arthur Davison FIcke.) City i rv&- i .vr k h y ifTii ttt Sv OK; s or Everybody i4i: S) or Every Occasion TJie beauty about the Guarantee js that you can get here any kind of shoe for any Mud of occasion and for each and every member of the family. "White can vas Oxfords and Pumps, be they for ladies, gentlemen; or children, are very ap propriate for this time of the year, whether you attend a baseball game, or for street wear. They have the "sporty37 appearance combined with comfort, and they are cool, too. Ladies White Canvas Ankle Ties or Pumps $4.00, $3.50, $2.50, $2.00, $175 and $1.50 Men's white and colored canvas low and Children's and Misses wh...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EL PASO ; HERALD 1 Services In EL Paso Churches The Herald contributes this space on Saturdays to the church notices. They must, however, be sent so as to reach The Herald office not later than 3 p. ir- Friday. PRESBYTERIAN. FIRST I'llESBYTERIAX Cor. Boule vard and Stanton. Rev. C. Lu Over street, pastor. Public worship 'morn- ro" i twI aVAntny IT o TV anfl 730 TV TT1- i y's shoppers were so numerous, and buying was so heavy, that we advise our customers to take .- Preaching by the pastor. Special an- f thems by choir, led by Parvin "Witte, both morning and evening. Christian Endeavor at C:30 p. m. Sab- J bath school at 3:45 a. m. All cordially . invited. The widespread and growing observ- I ance of the second Sunday in Slay as Mothers day throughout the nation is a thing to be commended. The ser mon at the morning service of the Presbyterian church will be appropri ate to the occasion, the topic being "Influence." To this and all services the public are heartily welcomed. Junior En...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EL HERALD The Herald 's Sporting News 24 The Herald s Sporting News di in pqpiht nr (jOriiiu Ufiiblli! 01" run DLnuUii The slake programs for the four western meetings of the grand circuit Kalamazoo, Detroit, Cleveland and Columbus have been announced and total up in the neighborhood of $100, 000. There have been few changes in the stake events from those of last year, the most material one being the change of the $10,000 trotting stake in Kalamazoo from the 2:14 to the 2:11 class, which will let in a lot of horses which have previously campaigned and taken in records on the mile tracks. All of the talk about a radical change In the conditions of the Chamber of Commerce $5,000 stake, which is the pacing feature of the Detroit blue rib bon meeting, came to naught. Back In the middle nineties, when D. J. Cam pau was the controlling spirit of the Detroit meeting, as he was of the entire grand circuit, he inaugurated this stake, making it, like the trotting classic, the M. and M. for th...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

The Herald's Sporting News , 20 EL PASO ,e neram s opornn '5 v. Til If r ith Big Jeffries In His Training j By TOMMY CLAR.K. If Jim Jeffries does not succeed in defeating Jack Johnson at the Emery ville race track July 4 it will not be the fault of any human being. Jeff's training at Ben Lomond, Cal.. is being handled more carefully than any other pugilist that ever engaged in a cham pionship battle. Every possible means within the power of man is being used to bring Jeff back to his old shape Nearly all the great fighters that he has beaten are willing to contribute their bit to the big fellow's success in the coming battle; in fact, every par ticle of fight left in Jeff will be brought to the surface. But and this word is very signifi cant is it the assistance of these great old timers that will bring home the money for the Jeffries followers? Will any exclusive instruction in the art of boxing help Jeff come out vic torious? At the present time Jeff's training corps is composed o...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

V "livvJv1 Y5 r I ' i Copyrighted. 1910, bj- Oh American-Exalor. Creat Britain Rights Reserved: IPf Iw W V" "V -- " : rrrr"rrsTrrrr-r-; f i i n i .. i . . -. ' jUR-Tg J ' ' 'ZXr r l I I A - Tfca-MMBt yjl 1- RCsJ-OLVD HAT J AM AShamep AftP5oJQY, -Hov CoulD J BE So MEAN ASToThroV Vateron The Poof. little Soujl, . Oh' Vell,HE NEEDED' A SATh ANYHOW- AND HE LIKED IT NoThinG tf VERY5ERiou5 NOR VERY IMPORTANT AFTER ALL EXCEPT HAPPINESS. IT )S THE AtOST importantThing. Some Folks ash always PREPAHG To BE HA?FY TkEY TOINKTheT WILL BE HAPPYWHEN THEY 3ET THiRTHAT. VMYDONT THEY FORGETTHE FUTURE AND QUIT TRYING To GeTThE)RHAPPiNSSOUTOF POSSESSIONS. BE HAPPY EVERY DAY. You CMT BE HAPPY TdwoXRoW BECAUSE: IT isn't HERE. Fancy Thinking That You CAN BE wrong-all Your life and Then - get a Pass into heaven at the last MINUTE. HEAVEN IS A STATE Op MIND - BROTHER, NOT A PLACE. I-1 1 , jE " zL. k--- --- J.2L gBfW f t T QCLo-T

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

EXj HERALD 27 s ceremony. HI3 first official act tow to despatch to the lord mayor the an nouncement of his father's death, ia pursuance of custom. His telegram read: "I am deeply grieved to inform you that my beloved father, the klng,Vpass ed sway peacefully at 11:45 tonight. "George." The physicians soon afterward issued their official bulletin which follows: "May 6, 11:50 p. m. His majesty, the king, breathed his last at 11.45 to night in the presence of her majesty, queen Alexandra, the prince and prin cess of "Wales, the princess royal, the duchess of Fife, princess "Victoria and princess Louise, the douchess of Argyl. "Signed Laking Reid, Powell and Dawson." Died of Pneumonia. Pneumonia, following bronchitis, Is believed to have been the cause of death. Besides .the few relatives in England, the duke of Fife and the arch bishop, of Canterbury, were in the death chamber. The king's brother, the duke of Connaught, with his fam ily, is at Suez, hastening home from Africa. The kin...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 7 May 1910

j KL PASO HERALD iarosa Dressei Those dainty young dressed chickens will be in on Saturday from the Tularosa Sanitary Poultry ' farm. Only 60c each. Place your order now as they will not last long. Fresh gathered Tularosa Ei tr1frv nrtyt r$rT.s-n ... www. j,y ww.... ggs 40c By Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow Third Degree A Narrative Of Metropolitan Life Copyright, 1910, by G. "W. Dillingham Co. Illustrations By Ray Walters i SVWVWVVWVjVWVV, 771 rxzi Fine v-mve yji IS THE BEST FOB HEALTH BUILDUP. But merely pure Olive Oil doesn't insure "fine quality," any more than pure butter means good, fresh butter. There are three or four pressings of Olive Oil from the same Olives, and all are pure, because made entirely from Olives, but only the first pressing has the full strength and fruity flavor of perfect Olive Oil. "We know about these differ ent pressings. That's why we make a specialty of ANTONINI OLIVE OIL 35c, 65c, and $1.00 Bottles. Our Delicatessen Counter will contain many good ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 May 1910

HERALD El Paso, Texas, Monday Evening, May 9, 1910 --- 12 Pafes All the News Herald Prints It First Walle It's Fresh. WRECK PASO i 1 . . II: I ft Li 4 II lift ft N MP I welcome Tnillll MNb btynbt i ilL,,,am,n UWN A ULtlLmUHl lu The Social Features for Tl 0100 P fl D nrniin the Bankers' Convention L JJiu U buribLuuj AFFAIR People Sing and Cheer as the Officials Announce His Accession to the Throne. IS A SAILOR AND FOB STRON G- NAVY Is Not a Man of Style and Has Plain Tastes Mar ried Brother's Fiancee. SEVEN COURTS NOW MOURN RULERS BOUND BY BLOOD "King Edward's death lias thrown seven courts of Europe into mourn ing: through ties of blood relation ship. The departed monarch was: Brotherinlaw of the czar's mother, the dowager empress of RUSSIA. The father of queen Maud of NOR TTAT. The uncle of queen Margaret or SWEDEN. The brotherinlaw of the king of DENMARK. The uncle of emperor "William of GERMANY- The uncle of queen "Victoria of SPAIN. The brotherinlaw-of kingr George of GREECE, " ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 9 May 1910

Eysier's C. O. D. Grocery Beli Phones 823, 844. Auto Phone 1691 The lowest prices, the best goods, and having added another wagon, we hope to have the best service. All Vegetables and Berries 'Every Morning. Fresh Fresh Strawberries, every morninpr, 3 boxes for 25c Fresh Strawberries, (per ? 1 C crate, 15 boxes) -4) A J. 2 Fresh Valley Asparagus 4 bunches for 25c 25c 15c ..5c 15c 25c Fine new Potatoes, G lbs. for Xaw Summer Squash, 2 lbs. for Xew Cucumbers, each Calif. Head Lettuce f (large size) 2 for Green or Wax Beans, 3 lbs. for FreshTomatoes (Jbest of t3ie season) per lb Pae Plant (large size) fresh daily, 3 lbs. for c 25c New Valley Turnips, Beets, Mus tard Greens, all 3 bunches 1A. for lUC New Valley Peas, per R Best Head Bice, OE 8 Iba. for 9C Pearl Meal, .-white or yellow, Og 7 lbs. for OC Best quality Tea, any kind, per lb - -. Strawberries for preserving all next dJ - gf week, per crate pxLJ Phone us your Orders early and you will get them Promptly. Eyster's & O. D. G...

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