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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

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Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

Door County Advocate Sintered at the FoatotJlce at Sturgeon Bay. Win., m second-class matter. Published By ^ Door County Publishing Company - v ' Incorporated.' ■ / / ' Every Friday at Sturgeon Bay, Wit. H. J. SANDERSON. Mgr. Address all communications to , Door County Advocate. Subscription Price, $2.00 per'Y ear, l a oidertis addrea ehanaed. the ol* aa w e ll as the new address should be gtvea Foreign Aehrettwins RepreoenJsthrs ■ ) THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION I STURGEON BAY, WIS., SEPT. 9. Door County Pair. Op Tuesday of next week the an­ nual Door County F air will open at t i e fair grounds. It Is a time and place for the people to m eet and ex­ change ideas, rub elbows and get better acquainted: It is an oppor­ tunity for the people to acquaint themselves with w hat Door county is really doing. The exhibit from the ru ral schools Is one th at every par­ e n t should see and it will give them a better idea of what their children are doing in school work. The stock exh...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

• '.• V • •â–  /• - * '} \"^■-y/'. :'•• '*' •,'*V. •**. •'■£'. 'x ‘ V* V.’ r?VT‘ ^ , lt Looks Like a Phonograph | It Works* Like a Funutee ^ HEATROLA j r . - - v is in re a lity a p ip e le s s furnace. A re a l furnace, y e t it req u ires no m o re space th a n an ordin­ a ry h eatin g stove. It w ill h e at th ree to six room s, and h e a t th em b e tto r , th a n an ordinary stove h eats one. W hen we say b etter, we m ean m ore uniform ly, ’m o re econom ically an d m ore h ealth ­ fully. T h a t’s because. - th e H eatro la w orks on exactly1 th e sam e principle as a high-grade pipeless furnace-^-by circu lat­ ing w arm , m oist a ir—-not by rad ia tin g d ry heat, as does, th e ordinary stove. ESTATE HEATROLA is th e new -day w ay of h e atin g — n o t a \"novelty,” n o t an ex­ perim ent, b u t a p ractical prop­ osition, developed by one of th e oldest and la rg e st stove fac­ to ries in th e country, an d p ro­ claim ed by experts as th e high­ est developm...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

' I \\ ‘ i ' • i - PO O B COUNTS ADVOCATE, BTPRGEON STATE TREES RAZEB Holand Proves Charge Forest Spoliation BARBER FORGOT PAMPHLET Ephraim Man Presents Proof Sub­ stantiating Former Statement to Milwaukee Journsd—Com­ mission Maintains Only Over-mature Timber Cut [Milwaukee Journal, Aug. 24] , To the Editor of The Journal:. . Does state -conservation actually cohserve or does it someimeB heed­ lessly destroy? That is a question in -which all Wisconsin citizens are in­ terested. About ten years ago the state purchased the large Peninsula state park in Door county, which owed much of its charm to the mag­ nificent forest trees, several hundred years old, which the farmers had . reverently spared. I recently stated to The Journal, that soon after the conservation commission took charge of the park, it caused these trees to le cut down. I added that this was not By accident,, but-was the part of a lumbering plan adopted by the commission, which provided for the systematic removal ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

POOR OOUMii ADVOCATE^ 8HIKOEON BAY, WtSn SEPSEafflEfiER 0, 1021 VHISTL Wrapped in Bottle* PHONE 38-W Andrew Sloan E M B A L M E R ' A N D F U N E R A t LADY ASSISTANT Phone, 185-R--18B.W. U r - ' - Sturgeon Bay Boat Works Johnson & Gmaeh B u i l d e r s o f — FISH BOATS CRUISERS , LAUNCHES ROWBOATS SKIFFS CANOES. * SAILBOATS. Repair' Work Promptly Done. All Work Fully Guaranteed. Marine Railway . for hauling out boats. Shop foot of Spruce St. TIITakea Chance DON'T SAY THIS ABOUT YOUR CAR. insurance is Cheaper in the long run. jWe \"write fire, theft, liability and property damage all in one pilicy. This gives you perfect protection. Our Interest in your policy does not stop when we collect the ' , ■ , premium. We get i you a good adjust­ ment' on alt claims. J. G. Ollinger The Insurance Man Loans Investments - \" Bonds Tonight Tomorrow Alright Your UnuUist ■ a m . B tHDITO DBUG STOBB CEDULASH ' A fi, ffiOERFBL’S Forest-county’s annual fair will be held at Crandon September ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 9 September 1921

Vw* Sixteen '.poMt Qprowng ApyopAga, sipbqeos B&y, lya,, sEgOTMPgBo, 1021 Established To Instruct ’ As Well As Amuse EDUCATIONAL FEATURES In teresting, Helpful Exhibits Tak­ ing Place of Fake Shows At Many Fairs—Interest Should Be Taken Cattle, sheep, and swine exhibits Often receive only5 casual attention. Suppose instead of glancing' into the pens and passing on, you start early and go through with the judges. Size up the animals and see how yearly your appraisal checks up with theirs. You can get a-fair idea o£ how to judge animals for yourself when you come to make a purchase, and you ought to get new ideaij on breeding and animal husbandry. Friendships in Good Bread. Women of the family can take the same suggestion when they go through the domestic arts exhibits. New.frendships and new ambitions ought to result from conservations over the production of a prize loaf of bread or a fine piece of needle­ work. W hat do you get out of the coun- ty fair? A view of a. fat lady ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

VOLUME M h isto r ic a l Booms X ,v r ' : MADISflN WI8 (ER ' I A H G E S T O r a c C U t l O H w N O R T H E A S T B H N W IS C O N SIN STURGEON BAY, WIS., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1921. Good Attendance At Fair Wednesday PLENTY OP -GOOD MUSIC Exhibits Better Than Year Ago— %Variety Amusement Features Lacking—Long Pacing Pro­ gram—Threatening Weath- ' er Cuts Down Attend- • . - ance The Door County Fair, from the standpoint of exhibits, was one ~of the best the county has had, every departm ent being well filled. Midway had the usual kowpie stands and lunch counters, but shows and other such entertainm ent features were missing, contracts having been can­ celled with the association a t the last minute. • Wednesday, children’s day, was an ideal fair day, and the attendance was better than last year, paid admis­ sions being. $1,400 1,300 paid ad­ missions to the grandstand, made the receipts there $195 the receipts for parking cars, added another $175, and ■ entry fees and concessi...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

P ijte Two door couoty a dv o c a te , stobgeoh. b a y , vraa, Se pt e m b e r ic , io? i . Do you know you can roll 5 0 g ood l O c t s from o n e b a g o f GENUINE Sawyer News. TOBACCO We want you to have the beet paper tor \"BULL.** So now you can receive with each package a book’ of 24 leaves ot the very finest cigarette paper in the world* Death of David Hunt Died In Hospital In Green Bay While Receiving Treatment David L. Hunt, son of tlie late Isa­ ac and Anna Hufit, died in a hospital in Green Bay last Friday where he had been receiving treatment for complication of ailments. He was 36 years of age, having been born in the town of Forestville on Feb. 2, 1885. H e'had been a. resident of Door county practically all his life and was a resident of Sawyer for about thvepty years.. For several years he was a member of the Coast Guards and later took up garage wofk and had been employed in that capacity. in Sawyer. Just prior to his late sickness hB was in the em­ ploy of Fuller...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

. . . ■ - ■...■• ■•: ■:. ■ ' ,. , V 7 - ' d o o b c o u n t s m o o a m g n m a w w jbay, w m * S e p te m b e r i« , 1021. :'-h Page Th*«| on the Appetite List ICE ttie crispness ana charm of Grape-Nuts have been tested by the family, there’s one Item that stands prom- That’s Grape-Nuts, have jfooduDed, frohi' the natural richness of wheat ahd malted barley, a food that' is uniquely sweet with sugar developed from die grams memselves and whose crispness and flaycn* make adeUghtfhl Appeal to every member of the familjr. And Grape-Nuts is soundly nourishing —a gteaf builder of health and stiehgtH' Served With cream or milk, as a cereal for Inreakf^f “or luhch, or made into a padding for dinner. See that your marketing list ipclti^e$ fhis' delicious, economical food, “ today. 'All grocers. ,!s ‘‘There’s a Reason” /or Grape-Nuts h i Vi FABRICS AND CORDS isfied wjth what they %et—not what theyexpected— for their fare money last year* Come to us this season and look at our ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

Vfege'Four s o o n c o u n ty a d v o c a t e , s t u r g e o n bay , w is ., s E ir ir a r o m jio .ie a i. LOCALS Business Houses Closed— Business liouses in the city were closed yes­ terday, every one going to the county fair. Moravian I,ndies Aid—Mrs. S. A. Solway and Mrs. John Hanson will entertain the Moravian Ladies Aid at the Solway residence on Wednesday, sept. 21. Having Engine Clanged——Captain Mike Anderson has his gasoline freighter Sofia Fournica at the Smith yaird where the old Kalenherg engine ' is being taken out and a forty liorse- it. Mr. H, C. Scofield.the president, has\" given tho busihess h'is persohai supervision, during the past twenty years, and he is recognized, in the state hardWaretnen's association as one of the best posted men in thijS line of business in the association and many of his business methods have been adopted by other dealers. Everything Closed—Yesterday wari Sturgeon Bay day at the county fair and every business place was closed. Even the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON , BAY, WML, SEPT^11BER10,1»21. P*g9V tot Ml Mil I III Ilf I l» tll * «11 HI HHHIUHMHtl I lit! » PERSQ 1 ^ 1,. . g i i f I t e l Iserved ^ eWgT^'NbTES CONCERNING PEOPLE YOU^KNOW i I Dr. G. R. Egelarid, who.was in Chicago on businessi returnedL.home first o f,the, w e e k . r ' ' - ^ Miss Martha Pinney leaves tomor­ row for Madison to resume her - stu­ dies at the University. Miss Kate Cullnan, Chicago has been’ spending the present week in the city Tfrith friends. Mrs. Fred Kuehl, who had been vis­ iting friends in Green Bay, returned home first of the week. .‘Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lavassor, Argyle, Wis., have been spending the week in the city with friends. Senator H. L. Peterson and At­ torney T. A. Sanderson made a business trip, to Marinette Tuesday. •Miss Tillie Propsom left. Tfiesday for Milwaukee where she will visit with friends for a. couple of weeks. Dr. H. A. Norden, Chicago, spent a few days in this city with old friends and attendin...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

Btac p o o b c o u n t y a d v o c a t e , b t u b c b o k b a y , w ib ^ S e p t e m b e r ie , m i . WHISTLE D E S P A I R I f yon are troubled w ith pain9 or aches feel tired have headache^ indigestion, insom nia painftil pass- ag e of urine, you w ill find relief in COLD MEDAL •T h e world’s standard remedy {or kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles and National .Rfemody of Holland since 169& Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteed, l e d for the name Cold Medal on every box and accept no imitation Shop Special Bargains Door County Advocate Bnteired a t the. Postomee a t Sturgeon Bay, Wia., as second-olaa* m atter. Published By Odor Comity Publishing Company Incorporated. Ovary Friday .at Sturgeon Bay, Wle. H. J. BANDBR80N, Mgr. Address all communications to Door County Advocates Subscription Price, $2.00 per Tear. In ordering address changed, th e eld an well na the new address should be given ‘ Foreuro Advcrtiting Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION STURGEON...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

\\ . - t ' -f 1 \" \" - y . * ootnmr a d v o c a te , b t ~ Keeps Your Gives a brilliant Cloasy ahlne that docs not rub off or dust off—that anneals to the iron—that lasts tour tim es as lone a s any other. Black Silk Stove Polish Id In a class by Itself. It’s 'm o re carefully m ade and m ade from better materials. Try It on your parlor stove, yoorcooketovn your gaa_ranffo. I f you don't find the best polish you ever u s e d , your hardware or grocery dealer is suthomed to re­ f u n d y o u r money. Thorofm*‘A Shi no In f m r f f r a p \" [ F ir s t P u b lica tio n S e p t 2, 1921— w 6 ] * S ta te o f W isco n sin , in C ircu it Court, f o r D o o r C ou nty. T h e Chain S to res .R e a lty C om pany, P la in tiff, . . v . - '7 i-:'.: '■ ■ V S . -v \\ ■Otto T a n k A u gu sta, B . L a w ren ce M ary (co r r e c t first n am e u n k n o w n ) R ieh - a rd s, w ife o f N a p o leo n R ich ard s N a- ■ p o leo n S tein an d C arrie (co rrect first j n a m e u n k n o w n ) S...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 16 September 1921

Page Eight POOR COUNTY ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY. WIS» SEPTEM BER 10, 1031. ■i: Marine Circles Lose Old ’A ugust Rieboldt, B orn Jan . 23, 1840, Died Sept. 7, 1021. T he fun eral of A ugust R ieboldt, held from his home on N orth C edar street, Saturday, Septem ber 10th, ■was one of th e larg est ever held“ Ih th e . city. M any m arine m en from along th e w est shore of L ake Michi­ gan w ere p re s e n t., ■ - V In the death of A ugust JEUeboldt, w hich occurred W ednesday, Septem ­ b e r'7 th , pne of the best know n m ar­ ine m en bn the lakes w ill he m issed in m arine circles. He n o t only com-' m anded some of the fastest sailing craft on L ake M ichigan at different tim es, b u t was also recognized as one of th e best shipbuilders .on the G reat . Lakes. .■ ■. .• Mr. R ieb o ld t'an d JosepTi W olter, w ho entered into partnership a t She­ boygan in the spring of 1885, b u ilt som e of th e ^largest and best sailing c ra ft th a t pUbjj-the G reat Lakes, and ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

VOLUME ! H isto r ic a l Booms MADISOK W IS tllN O aT H B A S T K B 2V W IS O O H A 3r - STUR6KON BAY, W I8., FRtDAV , SEPTEM BER 23. 1921. The joint meeting of the Woman's Clute and Chamber of Commerce, to- gother w ith friends arid prominent citizens from various parts of the county, held a t E&gle Inn, Ephraim, /Tuesday evening-, was attended by ' one hundred and seventeen, it being one of fhe best meetings held this season. Although the w eather, was ' disagreeable, it kept but: few away, reputation pt the chicken v dinners served *by Mr. and Mrs. Thorp- at Eagle Inn being such th a t those who have once' ehjoyed them are\" willing to drive thirty miles in a storm to enjoy another. The meeting was of special im­ portance as it was the first step which in tim e will undoubtedly crystalize sentim ent in favor-of concrete roads in Door county and open a .w a y fo r the construction of perm anent roads on the main traveled highways. .0. C. Rollin, district highw ay,. en­ ginee...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

/P ago Two POOR COUNTY APVQOATE. STURGEON BAY, W18„ keo Friday morning. ( 3 \\ h \\ .* v v ”v^v- ■■ it?s toasted, of course. To seal in the flavor— E M B A L M E R A N D F p E R ^ L . LADY Pho*e 185-Bp—I8(HW. AUCTION E. S. Wigdiile will soil on Satur­ day afternoon, Sept. 24tb, 1921, be­ ginning a t 1 o’clock, a substantial . walnut bedroom set, chairs, sewing machine, kitchen utensils, Ideating stove (wood), 'garden 'an d small farming implements, strong carpenter bench, carpenter tools, m ason'ham ­ m er and trowel, barrel sprayer, and a variety : of other articles. Also * a quantity of grain bags. v E. 8. Wigdale, Owner . H. A. Wagener, Auctioneer Saw yer lard, Carl Jennerjohn, Jake Kostieka and John Kram er. . * Henry K ram er returned home last week from Green Bay, driiere he had • , „ . wyeiv xiuiAi xiay.- ^Viiere fl© ^ Bernard Madden left for Milwau- been receiving ifiedical treatment. n P r ir lo tr tn o rn n r r iM T ' „ . -,. •. . , „ Our assemblyman^ John Peltier,...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

POOR OOUNTYADYOCATE. BTPBQBQB BMX, W R , SEPTEMBER 23, 1021. TUB TUCK is the last thing 1^ th a t any m otorist should consider in choos­ ing a Tube. V ' Certainty is just as easy to obtain—and a lot less expensive on the casings. Ask us for G & J Tubes. For years they have been helping all makes of tires to give better seryice. RESS ARNOLD W E / E b t G C -J F A B R I4 A N D C O R D T I R E / 24% Million Dollars Invested by Employes ofSwift & Company More than 21,000 employes of Swift & Company own or are pay* men and women have attested their faith in the integrity and good will of the company by investing their savings in the business. Their holdings represent a total of nearly 250,000 shares, the par value ($100 a share) of which1 is more than $24,500,000. These 21,000 represent more tf&n one-third of our average' nurhber of employes 1 % ' Ohe man out of every three, in plant, office, and branch house, from the handworker on the floor to the brain worker at the ...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

inage Four p o o r coinray a d v o c a te , s tu r g e o n b a y , wm* S e p t e m b e r a s, lo a t. «A SHINE INEVERY DROP” BUcIc Stove Polish j Wd/w«/. It does pot I can bo used to the i? liquid ood caste 1 m—*ityi absolutely no I wasto 'DOdQ8turdTrt, You I got FOdmotwy’e worth. « Black Silk 11 Stove Polish fffasabrftll* ot^T ^li^lD jQ ck\"S iiirS tovqUPollS? Soca mS rob off-rlt lasts tonr timas os Iom? as ordinal? polish—po it saves you timo, work end money. Don’t forgot—when you want stove polish, be snro to u k for Blacksnk. IfItiso’t tho best stove polish you ever osod—your dealer will rcftind your money. Black Silk Stove Polish Works* Sterling, HJinoU. TJse Black Silk AlrDrylng Yroo Enamel on grates, reg* isters, stove-pipes, and auto­ mobile tiro nm a. Proveat. xnstinir. Try it. JJso Black Silk Metal Pol- iah for silverware, nickel,tin* v ara o r brass. I t works leaves a brilliant surface. It has no v equal for use on automobiles. Get a Can TODAY WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

j j o o j l ^ WBL. SEPTEMBER 28, 1021. Do you, discriminate at the dimng y,-r-of areyou thoughtless? In thotisandsof homes, V an older person, but in a'“line” is drawn at **- »u- - — the ■breakfast table. Tea1or coffee *is served, -for , “grown-ups” and Postum- many cases the nervous \" System and allied bodily functions w ill. become ‘ Weakened. The surest I^re ,v ........... ^parents do not discrimin- •, sibflities is to quit coffee ate.. Caffeine and tannin, entirely and drink Postum the, injurious contents, of v Winstead. The change per- coffee and tea, seriously , ’P?its you to get sound, retard the development of xfestful sleep. the delicate nerve tissues in dbildren. • Consequently, instead, of rich, satisfying Postum, children are. over stimu­ lated ,bythe drug's in tea and* coffee and so may .grow up irritable and v nervous. Any doctor can tell you' that this is a great evil and should be ^corrected. ' . Although some par­ ents feel a certain justifi­ cation for the p...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Door County Advocate 1918-1925 — 23 September 1921

**«ge Six - LOCALS Sew ing Circle Sleeting— The Re- bekah sewing circle (will m eet next W ednesday afternoon a t the I.O.O.F. h all on S. C edar street, , • M oved D ental Office— Dr. F arand h a s moved his dental parlorq from 'th e W ashburn building to th e Opera H ouse block and js now nicely locat­ e d in a very neat suite of offices. “ T he Son of Tarzan’’— M anager F. W elter has booked “ The Son of Tar- zan ,” a serial, which starts a t the O pera House tonight. • Also a spe­ cial picture, “ The P arish P riest.” B lue Books— County C lerk R alph H erlache has a num ber of the 19211 S tate Blue Books for distribution,! w hich will be given o u t to those w ho] i 1 w for. adoption' in som e g o ^ .b A v a te family. The association ^111 glatl' to • correspond Witji nny good fam ily th at would like to adopt a! child. A d­ dress The Orphan and R escue H om e Association, 702 S. W ab ster . Aye. Green Bay, W is. =.. ■. ?»' . vl'’': ■», taJwr.,/’-. . : 1. . ’ *r , 1 r...

Publication Title: Door County Advocate 1918-1925
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