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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

BUG FINISH AND PARIS GREEN LOGflL AND PERSONAL E. T. Thompson of Bremen, was a Plymouth Visitor Friday. Miss lda Stauffer of this city, is visiting relatives at Wakarusa. All the children of Levi Lauer were here at his death and fun eral. .Miss Effie Machlan has return ed from a visit of a few days at A. L. Kern, of Bourbon, stop ped here Friday on his way to t - Miss Kdith Rose went to Bour ,bon to attend commencement ex ercises. .i. , tended the funeral of Mrs. Adam Kebert, Thursday. Mrs. Hibbs and children of Lo gansport, visited her4 on their way to Michigan City. Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson is very sick at her home near the South side grocery store. Mrs. LaBrash and Mrs. Out calt are visiting their sister and other relatives at Winamac. . Drs. Aspinall, Eley, Borton and Stephens attended the med ical convention at Vinoia. Edwin Mayer arrived from Viucago inursaay evening 10 at tend the funeral of Levi Lauer. Mrs. Dr. Kizer oi Invvood, s topped here Friday, on her way to Rochester to...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

vr 1 POLITICAL The Democratic Transition. What has made the Democratic lead ers (in the senate) angry is not any chance in the position of the president pr the violation by him of any "under standing" between him and them, for we may safely assume there has been nothing of the kind, but the fact that the Republicans have reached an agree ment and are now In a position to en act a rate bill as a Republican measure and that, an effective measure i3 going to become a law whether they vote it or not. This spoils their plans and disap points their confident .expectations. They were looking for such a rupture In the Ilepubllcn ranks on this ques tion that they would supply the most of the votes cast for the bill, so that iney couiu ciaini ior iue ycmu party the credit for what they believe would be a popular measure. In that they are grievously disappointed. They were looking for a rupture be tween the president and a majority of the Republican senators. They were boping for a split in th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

TCInfir Samed Joiin. Joiro I. of the "eastern empire" rrai poisoned by a servant; John IV. .waa deposed and had his eyes put out ; Jolra V. ruled only in name and lived in ronstant dread of assassins; John VI. was deposed and died in prison. One of the Swedish Johns was driven out of his kingdom by his subjects, and an other was belittled and defeated at ev ery turn. John I. of France had a short and disastrous reign, and John IL was a prisoner of the English for years. A long list of Johns have changed their titles when takine on kingly robes' be cause of the superstition that a "John ruler cannot be otherwise than unfor tunate. f (80 K)gV r r t m mrr am k . w W. IL- Douglas 3J?&3SHOES W, L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. ff. L. DOUGLAS K7A KZ3 CSU..S tTOnS I .ZU'S $3.ßfl SHOES THAU ANY OTHER, UAKUFACTUREfl iU THE WORLD. . ci n rinn rewaro to ,nyon9 wh c?b OIU)UUU disprove this statement. Ml could take you into my three large factories t Brockton,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 May 1906

: LC3AL NEWS Mrs. May White is visiting in South Bend. Mrs. Jacob Strieker is visiting at South Bend. Mrs. Bert Stansbury is visit ing at Goshen. Bert Yockey transacted busi ness at South Bend Tuesday. The banks close all day tomor row. It is a national holiday. Miss Vern Voreis has returned to Argos after a visit in this city. No marriage licenses have been issued during the past two weeks. Mrs. Floyd Bunnel and ' Miss .Carrie Boss are visiting at Bour bon. Excursions to Michigan City next Sunday but not to .Indian apolis. Peter Listenberger of Hibbard, went to Bremen to visit over Me morial day. Mrs. Belle Palmer has return ed to Chicago after a visit of several days in Plymouth. Mrs. James A. Gilmore went to Chicago to spend Decoration day with her sons in that city. The two-months old child of Bend. most of the trains going east are Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 'Weaver, re- Mrs. Peter Gibson has return- five minutes earlier since Sunday, siding on Thayer street, died this ed to South Bend...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

PLYMOUT Recor PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 190G. NO. 35 VOLUME V hp MIR 11 KlioUnid, U 4 I 1 v h BUTTER SCORING CONTESTS. What Purdue Thinks of the Benefits Derived From Them. The benefits and avantaes which our Educational Butter Scoring Con tests hold out to the butter-makers v are manifold, and may conveniently be grouped' as follows: 1. These contests stimulate the in terest and enthusiasm of our dairy men and butter-makers in their work. In order to succeed in any business or profession we must have our busi ness or profession at heart. We must feel that, for us there is no profession of equal value and of equal opportunities as our chosen profes sion. The lawyer who wishes to push to the front and to be recognized by the highest courts in the land must be imbued with that enthusiasm for his work that stops at no obstacles, knows no fears, feels no fatigue, and that makes him willingly sacrifice time and money to gain the knowl edge that brings success. The suc cessful ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

THE PLYMOÜTinRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS Q CO.. - - Publishers. 1908 H- JUNE 1906 Bu M o Tu Wg Th Pr Sa o o g o e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 GO O G J (TU Q. N. M. 7v F. Q.2F. M. g 13th VS 21st S) 29thAsj 6th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All SIdea and Condition of Thlaca re Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Bomb Thrower Commit Snicide. A special from Madrid, Spain, says: The capture and suicide at Torrejon De Ardos of Manuel Morales, the chief suspect in the bomb outrage against King Alfonso and Queen Victoria, adds another dramatic chapter to the incident surrounding the royal wedding. Morales was recognized in the little town of Torrejon De Ardos, midway between Madrid and Alcala. A guard sought to detain him but Morales, drawing a revolver, shot the guard dead. Then he turned to flee but a number of the inhabitants of the town were upon him, and turning . the revolver upon him...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

for The Term ofjfis Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKE CHAPTER XIX. Continued.) "Well, you see, that is the reason why I am angry with myst-lf for not loving you as I ought. I want you to like the thinks I like, and to love the books and the music and the pictures and the the world I love; and I forget that you are a man, you know, and that I am only a girl; and I forget how nobly you be haved, Maurice, and how unselfishly you risked your life for mine. Why, what Is the matter, dear?" He had put her away from hiin sud denly, and gone to the window, gazing across the sloping garden at the bay below, sleeping in the soft evening light. The schooner which had brought the witnesses from Port Arthur lay off the hore, and the yellow flag at her mast fluttered gently in the cool evening breeze. The sight of this flag appeared to anger, him, for, as his eyes fell on it he uttered an impatient exclamation, and turned round again. Some sudden, desperate whim caused him to exclaim, "Suppose I had n...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

foe tribune. Only Republican Newspaper in the Counter. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bissell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, In diana as second-class matter. Plyrrouth, Ind., June 7, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. PW Secretary of Stat FrlED A. 8IM3. 9m AnAlter of State JOHN C. DILLHEIMEFL 9m Treasurer of State OSCAR HADLEY. 9m Atteeaey-General JAMES BINGHAM. Jot Clerk of Supreme Court EDWARD FIT2PATRICK. Tit liperintendent of Public Instruction- F. A. COTTON. 9m Itat Geolog-Iat W. 8. D LATCH LEY. 9m Itat Statistician - JOSEPH 8TUBB3. 9m Jalf f Supreme Court. First Dis trict JAME8 H. JORDAN. 9m Jadr f Supreme Court. Fourth Dis trict LEANDER J. MONKS. 9m Appellate Jadce, First District (tw t 5 elected) C. C. HADLEY. - WARD H. WATSON. Apvellate Jadce. Seocnd District (tar fte be elect td)- DANIEL W. COMSTOCK. J. M. RA DD. FRANK RODY. Congressman Stanley,, of Kentucky, speaking recently of a resolution he had offered for the investiga...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

BUG FINISH AND PARIS Charles Linn and family have re turned from a visit at Donaldson. Mr. an! Mrs. J. H. Fox and sons of Argos, went to South Bend to visit over Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Koch went to Elkhart to visit over Sunday with Rev. C. II. Burgener and family. Mrs. Ervin Appleman has gone to Toledo, Ohio, ; to visit friends and have an operation on one of her eyes. Mrs. Howard Era has returned to her home at Kendallville, after vis iting her mother, Mrs. Hutchinson. Mr. C. B. McKinney and children and V. H. McKinney and vife went to Galveston to visit over Sunday. Indiana has more telephone sys tems in operation than any other state in the union with the excep tion of Illinois. i Miss Price and Miss Chesney, teachers of the Plymouth schools, have gone to their homes at Nap panee and Kalamazoo. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith have returned to South Bend after a visit of several days wtih relatives at Cul ver and in the country southwest of Plymouth. Mrs. J. T. Gast and Mrs. C. P. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

P OLITICAL HIIIMIIII Hfl iiilHlm Mitt 11 1 The Part 7 that Does Thing. The country will notice that the rail way rate-regulation bill adds one more item to the long roll of the Republican party's treat achievements In the field Df constructive legislation. Senators and Representatives, cs well as dis tinguished and undistinguished persons who are not in public station, are con gratulating the President on the pas sage of the bill. They are right. The President started the movement for rate regulation. In his message to Con gress In December, 1904, he said that Jn his Judgment "the most Important legislative act now needed as regards the regulation of corporations is an act to confer upon the Interstate commerce commission the power to revise rates, the revised rate to go Into effect and to stay In effect unless and until the court of review reverses it" This power is conferred by the bill which went throuzh the House a few weeks ago, and which has just gone through the Senate in a ß...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

Ol tc 1. V I . A V a J- T a 1 v i Hi J i i 1 '1 It H V n ' J? i s IUI HTJJIOB. Impossible to Get Employment, as Pace and Body Were Covered with Sores Cured by Cuticura. "Since the year 1804 I have been doubled -with a very bad case of tczenia whit. I have spent hundreds t dollars trying to cure, and I went the hospital, but they failed to cure ie, and it was getting worse all the ime. Five weeks ago my wife bought a box of Cuticura Ointment and one , cake of Cuticura Soap, and I am ; pleased to say that I am now com , pletely cured and well. It was impos sible for me to get employment, as my face, head and body were covered with it. The eczema first appeared on the top of my head, and It had worked all 4. the way around down the back of my neck and around to my throat, down my body and around the hips. It Itched 80 I would be obliged to scratch it, and the flesh was raw. I am now all well, and I will be pleased to recom mend the Cuticura Remedies to all per sons who wish a speedy an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 June 1906

I LOCAL NSWS I : Clinton Bondurant and . wife spent the day in South Bend. William Alleman of Argos, is visiting- at South Bend this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira DeMoss of Ci cago spent Sunday in Plymouth. The Democrats meet in state con vention at Indianapolis Thursday. Miss Crowley will spend her va cation at her home in New York. Mrs. Newhouse is recovering from a severe attack of malarial fever. Peter Emenacker of Benton Har bor, visited in this city over Sunday. Mrs. Laguire has returned from r. visit of ten days with relatives at Culver. C. M. Lish of Hamlet," visited friends in Plymouth Sunday and Monday. The quality of new strawberries is excellent, this year and the crop will be large. Mrs. Delbert Finney, of South Bend, is visiting relatives at Arpos this week. The first Sunday in June was a lovely day and thronged all pleasure resorts with people. Several Plymouth base ball enthu siasts attended the games at Argos and Bremen Sunday. There will be excursions to Indian apolis nex...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

fc H n TH PLYMOU t 01 tc H t Recorder's Office febO - ; i i i- VOLUME V PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1906. NO. 30 TH TP 11 IK r i 4 ' t ( i f c a I I 1 i f T t! I'M 4 Si 11 t 4 I f i tr if 1 !!; in if: x 7 I 11 4 K v 1 . 4 i ! t .a i 1' i 4i i PLYMOUTH SCHOOLS. Twenty-One Graduates at the 31st Annual Commencement. Wednesday, June 6, 190G, was Ply mouth's thirty-first . commencement day, and commencement is always a proud day for Plymouth because of the excellent reputation of its s-chools and the success of the graduates of the thirty classes that have preceeded this, the largest class in the history of Plymouth. The class of 1906, has 21 members: Blanche E. Artz, Mary O. Beldon, Fern A. Clough, Neva E. Ellis, Lot tie M. Fuller, Theresa L. E. Hen dricks, Emma D. Long Noble N. McCrory, Darmon A. Rhinehart, Harry E. Woodbury, Julia W. Yock ey, Fred A. Bonham, Louisa Corse, Carrie E. Dunlap, Nellie M. DeMoss, Gladys B. Hutchings, Lucretia F. Loring, Charles O. Murphy, Eldora I...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

THE PLYMJTIT TRIBUNE. PLYMOUTH, IND. HENDRICKS a CO.. - . Publishers. 1906 JUNE 1906 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa e o l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 e o 13th W 21st y 2Sth.Cs? 6th. PANORAMA OF THE WORLD ABOUT THAT WHICH HAS BEEN AND IS TO BE. All Sides and Condition of Thing are Shown. Nothing Overlooked to make it Complete. Eight Miners Dead from Fire Damp. A special from Red Lodge, Mont., says that eight miners are dead and it is be lieved several others have lost their lives as the result of Are damp 'which filled the corridors of the mines of the Reck Fork Company. The fire which has been smoul dering for years broke out again and was supposed to be under control when the men went to work. The flames became sud denly active and tiro men working in lower levels were cut off. There were many dar ing resc-'ies. Streams of water were poured on the fire but with little effect. As the rescuers cannot proceed to the lower levels because of the ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

I; t li 4 1 t ij Ii Ii t w if- 4 K. i r i Mi 5 Ii f:l i I i, I S IT 1 I!: u It - Ii.- I i 1 I J J.- ii j ! for The Term ofjf is Natural Life By MARCUS CLARKB CnArTER XXI. Rufus Dawes had been a fortnight at the settlement when a newcomer appear ed oa the chain gang. This was a young man of abont twenty years of age, thin, fair and delicate. His nane was Kirk lard, and he belonged to what were known as the "educated prisoners. He had been a clerk in a banking house, and was transported - for embezzlement, though, by some, grave doubfs as to his guilt were entertained.' The command ant. Captain Burgess, had employed him as butler in his own house, and hi3 fate was considered a "lucky" one. So, doubtless, it was, and might hare been, had not an untoward accident occurred. Captain Burgess, who was a bachelor of the "old gchool," confessed an amiable weakness for swearing. Kirkland be longed to a Methodist famliy, and owned a piety utterly out of place in that re gion. The language of Bu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

&be tribune. Only Rejmbfcoan Newspaper in the County. HENDRICKS & COMPANY OFFICE Bittell Building, corner Laporte and Center Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Plymouth, In dian as aecond-claii matter. Plymouth, Ind., June 13, 1906. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. L For Secretary of Stat ;, FRED A. SIMS. For Auditor of State, JOHN C. BILLHEIMER For Treasurer of State, OSCAR HAD LEY. For Attorney-General, JAMES BINGHAM. For Clerk of Supreme Court, EDWARD FITZPATRICK. w- . r n tir. T . I t or superintendent 01 ruuuc insiruc- tion, F. A. COTTON. For State Geologist, W. S. BLATCHLEY. For State Statistician, w w r -w- -w r-r w t- T" i jUMirii öiuutsD p. For Judge of Supreme Court, First District, JAMES H. JORDAN. For Judge of Supreme Court, Fourth District, LEANDER J. MONKS. y , , I (two to be elected) C. C. HADLEY. WARD H. WATSON. For Appellate Judge, Second District (three to be elected) DANIEL W. COMSTOCK. J. M. RABB. FRANK ROBY. - For Representative in Congress, ABRAHAM L. BRICK....

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

7 1 1 1 i! 1 t r i it it I) i r. i ft t U I t ; it -1 BUG FINISH AND PARIS GREEN . -A-t .' S"t3'"0 ZESTS. LOCAL NEWS Music sale Saturday at Hougton's. Rev. I. S. Cleaver visited at Nap anec Monday. Mrs. Summers is vis-iting at Don aldson this wek. Mrs. Frank Snyder of Warsaw, is visiting in this city. Samuel Mortimore of Bourboon, is visiting at South Bend this week. Mrs. Frank. Waggoner of Kewanna, is visiting Mrs. J. E. Ellis in this city. Carpet and Rugs made tp order. Mr. Caroline Craig, West South St., Mrs. Lecklightner and " daughter, Lydia, are visiting relatives at Peru this week. , Mrs. Eichenscheir has returned to Valparaiso after visiting Mrs. Otto ..Marks in this city. The. annual convention of the Na tional Editorial Arsociatoin is in ses sion at Indianapolis. Mrs. McBroom of South Bend, has been visiting Mrs. Pershing and other relatives here this week. John Southworth has gone to Wi nona to remain during the rssion of the summer school and assembly. Shall Plymouth cel...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

P m h- OLSTICAL The Ilcpabllean Do Datinr. The passage of the free alcohol bill by the Senate shows that that hotly knows what the iopIe want, and will try to give it to them. Congress had previously, passed the statehood and the railway rale-reflation bills. Both excited a great, deal of discussion in Congress and the press. The people favored each measure. Both are in con ference now, and final action will soon bo had and the bills will be sent to the President. The free alcohol bill will net arouse much cf a contest between the House and Senate. The bill which has Just passed the latter body differs In only a few particulars from, the measure which the former dealt with. Thse differences are on points which ire not material. An agreement will quickly be had, and the alcohol used in the arts and industries will be free of taxation after Jan. 1, 1907. Here are three very Important meas ures which will socn go on the statute Look. They formed an essential part of the Republican prog...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Ttvo Tears Relieved In Th rcc lonths. & life fi .... .v.v.v. 4 $m: :::;:V;:;.?; CB. Fizer, M ; I Iii u A lliLlJV) AI L L. UlCillUg) writes: " Aave suffered with kidney and bladder trouble for ten years past. "Last March I commenced nsir.j Feruna and continued for three monrhs. have not used it since, nor have 1 lc!t & pnin. "I believe that I am well and I there fore give my highest cotnmenuation o the curative qualities of Feruna."' Pe ru na for Kidney Trouble Mrs. Geo. II. Simser, Grant, Ontario, C?n., writes: "I had not been well for about four years. had kidney trouble, and, in fact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This summer I pot so very bad I thought I would try Peruna. so I wrote to you and began at once to take reruna six! Manalin. "I took only, jtwo bottles of Fernn and one of Manalin, and now I feel better than I have for some time. "I, feel that Peruna and Manalin cured me and made a different woman of me ellcjther. I bless the day 1 pick...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 June 1906

r I LOCAL NEWS Miss Meta Kuhn has gone to Bre men for a visit of a few days. Charles Gallowav made a business trip to Niles, Mick, Monday. John Freed's children, Roy and Ethel, are visiting at Lakeville. Daniel Snyder has gone to South Bend to make his home with his son. Mrs. Hubbard of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting at Dr. Loring's in this city.- Frank A. Andrews' is assisting his brother-in-law in building a barn at Tyner. Mrs. Biddle spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her mother in Tippecanoe. The class of 1900 goes to Donald son Tuesday to spend the day with Miss Munn. Louis Wickey and William Sanner, of South Bend, were Flymouth visi tors Sunday. Miss Grace Vanvactor is making an extended visit at Arges, Tippecanoe and Mentone. Melvin Hoff and Earl Singrey, who are employed in South Bend, spent Sunday at home. George Baugher of Dowagiac, Mich., spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. William O'Keefe is at Henderson, Ky., this week looking after his lum ber interests t...

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