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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

ICO 8 r40 521 l > 4 3y r10 374 03 1U0 118 124 117 270 117 155 141 58 184 340 203 29 < 0 on 140 308 210 L1b of naraos of Registrants of tho service as dotormlnod by this Local fcnport Clifton Kress A 1 9 Dfc llnppy A 2 E Lotila E Whitfield A 3 Jbr 15 T Tulla A 4 Tkln II 0 Tnlln A 8 II 1 Kress lA 0 TowiKOiui Ij D Tulln A 7 lnyne W It Tulln A 8 Wnllnco Ollie Wliltflcll A 0 frost W U Tulln A 10 A 11 W J WliltfloM A 12 nwii W H Tulin JilKCS II A fcillvprtoii A 13 Joswdl It II Tulln A 14 Brvin 1 W Tulln A 15 Tnnlntt W T TUlli A 10 Hlco II li Tulln A 17 Stnllliics 11 J Tulln A 18 Clovclnnl 1 1 Tulln A 10 Dnlloii 0 M llnppy A 20 Dyor 0 B Tulin A 21 1ycatt II 13 Ttilliif A 22 Porrin hev Tulin A 21 Itlce John Tnlln A 21 UOwnrds IJ U Tulln A 25 Bnllcy M 1 Tulln A 20 Morrow W A Tulln A 2 Wheeler A 0 llnpiiy A 23 JIallory II D Tulln A 20 Show J M Tulla A 30 Uuhrkuhl Willie Tulin A 31 UHens 1 1 Tulln l A 32 ynns Dare Tulln A 33 IL A K Huniiliiwnter A 31 Vchisoii G C Tulin A 35 low Homer Krc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

caoE D o n o n o B o n o n o H o B o D o b o o D o o lonoc 6h Polk St a o aonoc Phone No 124 a0E30X0E30I aoraozr TEXAS MEN XEAVE FOE OVERSEAS T M O A WOEK Four prominent Texan are 11 e latent overseas T it C A workers tor TO 301 IOE30E WAB LIEEAEIES AKE POPUIiAE Y are served now number seventysix as follows France 13 India 13 Meso potama 85 Egypt 9 East Africa 4 Are the Official Payment Days Pay Op Uncle Sam Needs Money Coopers 30E30E I 30EZ0ICVE30I Oorman and French and if a well known instructor and director Osenr P Stephens of Dallas salesman and amongcotton man also goes at physical diree 11 barked from New York for active Texas hat a good representation i Ifarc work with onr boys in France Two of tit ii are newspaper men one it ubiejax arjd one a cotton man All jar HKesf jJ in n leaving salnes that i nigc from tJbW to 4O00 a year to urk for i i ij tnc at a war aac rifioe Oil of Him nun if J B Edwards litiinein mn > r ni the Denton Heeord Itroiucle i j < > ular member o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

k i A air 452 481 2G0 105 283 300 132 140 35 385 330 32 232 2 ° 3 144 277 181 420 323 450 01 384 4S5 400 41 WS C2 02 44 to 23 3G7 410 3 21a 100 nil 30s 1S1 10C4 40 322Davi 5 438 Dnvlf wfc SID Tny 72 F < y 5L stl C H Lr oh t 217 HOOKS k < W4tf J0UISAVIHO8 STAMPS IMntow TH8 tWITEDSTATES GOVERNMENT nnd f ould bo fully completely i j fire nml accident prevention nctlvi jtSt xrjn THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 GERMAN HELMET NOW ON DISPLAY AT HERALD OFFICE Mr and Mrs G B Key of tho Vigo Park community have recently received a Gqrnian helmet from their on Hoy n Key who is serving with tho American Expoditlonnry Forces in Trance Wednesday morning Mr Koy brought TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS NOVEMBER 1 1918 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT FOR FREE TEXTBOOKS To tlio Voters of Texas At the last regular session of the Legislature n constitutional amendment vvns submitted to be voted on nt tho November election proposing an amend ment to Articlo VII Section 3 of tho tho helmet to the Herald oflico and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

OE30I m SQUARE WITH UNCI WIPE THE W5S SLATE CLE UNCLE SAM I S CALLING FOR THE MONEY YOU OBLIGATED YOURSELF TO INVEST IN October 25 1918 German propagandists again are seek lag to cause dissatisfaction and heartaches among the thousands of homes in Texas and Oklahoma and other sections of the country from which men have gone forth to do their part in the present war Insiduous and venomous as tho plans have been they have always been discovered in time to prevent them being successful Now comet the German and the German nympathirer with stories from reliable people as to tho horrible conditions which have been found to exist phone calls from anonymous parties to prominent Rod Cro s pcoplo in San Antonio and elsewhere alleging that men in camps were without cover were without food etc These workers often in the middle of tho night have hurried in cars to the places mentioned and found that their informant merely had been seeking to cause trouble tory was started inVarious soctions of d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

re 4 J BIO CONVENTIONS ENDORSE UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN Apsurnnccs that men and womon of all creeds aro rnllying throughout tho country an loyal Amorlcnns in support of tho Unltod War Work Campaign aro eonvoyod In tolograms rccoivod at bond quarters in Now York A regular lovo foast is tho description wired of tho convention at Chattanooga Tcnn whero dclogatcs of tho Y M C A Y W C A National Catholic War Council and K of C Wnr Community Bervlcc Jowish Wolfnro Board American Library Asaoclntlon and Salvation Army mot to ratify tho preparations which tho sovon grcnt organizations kavo made for a combined < lrlvo to ralso 170000000 for welfare work among our fighting forces Unity of purpose to join in support of tho soldiors sailors and mnrlnes wns expressed in every telegram describing tato conventions in tho Centrnl and Bouthorn States Tho dispatches woro addressed to John It Mott dlrcctorgon oral of tho United War Work Campaign and chief executive of tho Y M C A The me sago descri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

jrfBJ t Every dark cloud haja siher lin even in this we can get a blessin that even though ye editor is apparent j doing greater work fighting as well as ly of a quarrelsome nature yet he ap capturing prisoners and freeing the peo prei late his friends CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT In another column this week we present a very able article by the Campaign Committee for Constitutional Amendment This article presents the matter ery clearly and forcibly and deserves the closest reading by every oter and public spirited citizen Wo also present in a parallel column the present form and the amended form of the law referring to this Constitutional Amendmrut Head this comparison and you will get a clearer idea of the proposed change Tbe Herald truly believes that therf is no greater piece of construime legislation fa < tug the people of Texas today than this propoked ehunge in our Con sttution In our general election on pie in serfdom under German rule than any army now on the front In thus b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

w VSd I M oH o n o o n o o n o o D o o n o o a o M o a o LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs E L Rico wan on tlio sick list tho first of tlio week K C Box of the Vigo Park community wns n business Visitor In Tulla Tuesday Lot us innlto you a Now Top Richards Auto Pointing Plalnviow < Mrs J 0 Hardy lias roccntly accepted n position as clork nt tlio City DrugStore i Swishor County cltlrons always do tliolr duty Watch us go over tlio top in tlio War Work Campaign Our quota is 300000 FOR BALE Do Laval cream separator In splendid slmpo Will soil worth tho monoy n O PERKINS Phono 31P3 Ono mllo oast of Tulln 442p J M Dnniol from Camp Stanloy near Loou Springs arrived in Tulla Wodnosday morning Mr Daniel will visit with his parents Mr and Mrs J E Daniel of Sllvorlon for a ton loys furlough MONET TO LEND nt 0 por font interest Two por cent discount Will also buy first loin Vendor Loin Notes WW KIRK Room 27 Grant Building Plalnviow Toxas 43tfc gBCO 8 Miss Lonn Holms has accoptod a position as clork at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

RED CROSS NOTES another lot comes in seeded Pleaso sign your name and mount of yarn taken every time you get this thread so that we will know just where it goes Another quota of knitting will bo sent us soon and wo arc very nnxiouj to have all of this ready to send before The Jlcd Cross room will be open for making hospital garment every Thursday and Friday Our quota for one month is SO pnjama suits and every woman who can should help mako these lie sure and read directions as to how to eond Xmas packages to our boys Let no boy be forgotten because yon did not try to send a bundle of cheer at this time INSTRUCTIONS TOR PREPARING INSPECTINO AND MAILING Christmas Parcels to Soldiers In Overseas Service To save valuable time this letter las been sent direct by the Division Office toall Chapters Branches and Community Auxiliaries Important Note to Chapters not for Branches or Community Auxiliaries See Paragraph 11 and submit estimatos by October 25th Be snre to include in yotfr estimate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

+ u 1 H D MALLOBY OENEBA1 AUOTIONEEB Tulls Texas T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn iriConnection PBONX 17 Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by locAl application on thfj cannot reach the dtieaaed portion of the car Them li only ono nay to curt co arrhnl ieafrvrss and that ta by a constitutional remedy vatftrrhal Deafness Is cAUtciJ by nn In flamed condition of the mucou lining of the Euitachlan Tube When this tube in Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Im Verfect hearing and when It 1 entirely cloved Dearnrae la tho reiult Unlcei the inflammation can be reduce and this tuba Tutored to lta normal condition hearing will be deitrojed fore r Many caeca of deafness are cauied by catarrh TThlch Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur racei Halls Catarrh ModlMui arts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system Wo will fire One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Doafneas that cannot be cured by Halt s Catarrh Medicine Circulars f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

pi D o o n o o I 5n o Q o o a o o Q o o D o o D o o a o a o 0 piotaoE iQtao P J 7 oezoe 30E30I 30E20I A perfect dentifrice antiseptic and deodorant Cleans and whitens the teeth Comes out flat on the brush Price 1 Tube 25c Two 1 Tubes 26c 20CXOE aonoc 30EXOE IOE1010E30I aaeaoca locaot soraot aoExoiotaoc jThc l GXdll Modern MethqdjpfAdvertising One Cent Equals One Dollar OPEKO COFFEE Standard Price 1 lb for 42c This Sale 2lbs 43c 1 Pound of Coffee folic A Surprising Blend of Mild Coffee The Acme of Perfection HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES 50c Analgesic Balm 2 for 51c 35c Baby Laxative 2 for 36c 25c Bunion Ease 2 for 26c 25c Carbolic Salve 2 for 26c 50c Catarrh Spray Imp 2 for 51c 25c Cathartic Pills 2 for 26c 100 Celery Iron Tonic 2 for 101 25c Charcoal Tablets 2 for 26c 25c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 2 for 26c 25c Cleaning Fluid 2 for 26c 25c Cold Tablets 2 for 26c 25c Com Solvent 2 for 26c 50c Eczema Ointment 2 for 51c 25c Eye Wash 2 for 26c 25c Foot Bath Tablets 2 for 26c 25c Foot Powder 2 for 2...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

> > rr 9 WSS TOR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THR UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT NEWS PAnAQBAPHS FBOM CAMPS OF TUB SOUTHWEST Two bombing planes from Ellington Fiold Houston Toxas manned by four skillful army flyers recently mado a flight to JJonvor Colorado All tho cities over tyhlcli tho pianos flow en roiito la trio Mllo High City wore bombarded with Fourth Liberty Loan literature This flight was not originated for tho establishment of any records but as an advertising feature of the fourth great bond campaign Tho ships designed for tho 1200 milo flight wero equipped with powerful motors of tho IlispnnaSulza type Thcao motors had been carefully overhauled and testod by export mechanics for sovoral dayB previous to tho flight Tho homo of tho Second Provisional Wing at Park Place Texas ple von miles from Houston has been officially named Ream Fiold In commemoration of tho first flying surgeon of tho air service tho Into Major William U Beam Colonel Cook commanding ofllecr has rocohed no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

w PLENTY TO DO AND EVERYBODY DOING IT Every roan for himself and devil take the Innermost Is apparently the philosophy of Uncle Sara s soldier boys In the smut military camps where they are undersoinj Intensive training for the real thing over there Here Is a typical scene In an army Y M O A bulldln K an hour or two before the formal entertainment begins On the stBRe one of the boys In khaki Is leading an Informal slug song About two score of the fellows arc up there with him and It must be a pretty good song for It can be seen that about half the crowd In the building Is facing the music But this doesnt disturb the nine or ten checker gnmes seen In the foreground In the lenst nor does It get the goat of the scores of fellows who are grabbing a few minutes In which to write to the folks at home The man In the extreme right front of the picture has received a newspaper from the little old town back there while the boy seen standing In the very center of the picture plainly admits him...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

IL m r > HV TTVfc i > THE STOREKEEPER UP TO DATE Gns masks tiro ludespensnble articles near the frout This Y M C A cnntccn malinger lins boon forced to don his muzzle but lu > Is still holding Ms position behind the counter He was Inter wounded while on duty Y SI C A men nt the front not only see Hint the boys arc furnished refreshments but tbey often help In the euro of the wounded Several lied Trlnngle winkers lme been wounded by shell mid gas while n number hnvo lost their lives In this service The sign Ju t over the Y mans shoulder rends Our Slogan Best for the Jinn In the Mud WOMENS ARMY TO BUILD MORALE Hcppy Idea Meeting Hearty Response Among Patriotic Women A new nrm > bus been born It Is lled the Sunshine Division nml It nde up of wonep mostly young lln who lire nicer to become n dellnllu orgunl70d clTort to help nre wnr The soldiers will not arms and court denth like theirs mining the Hussions Instead relr line of duty will hno to do with mtvIco that will streng...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 November 1918

h Vf VY > f I f I IrrV h Is p w < rmg fc jh frf Ml rtfi I U I 1 BURN HIH UP THIS WEEK WITH r ivj w earn r We have been called on 10 pay our War Savings Stamp Pledges between Oct 24 and Oct 31 Paj WSS Pledge Week Lets do our rull da ty and make good these pledges and buy additional Wnr Savings Stamps for good measure Remember ojr bome boys who are so bravely fighting i for u We cant alord not to go over the top wlh a bound Burn up tbu kaiser this week by paying up Jfer Jst Duty Pay That Pledge Ul ships are going across The troop transports are packed with fighting men who have pleuced theuxolves and are on thel a > 10 France to keep those pledet Its t me for you to come across to keep the pledges joj made to mi est In United States Got eminent War Saving Sumps If jou are an American and madeof the right kind o stuff that WSS Pledge of yours will bo the first objgsulon you pay Iho flfhUng men our boys are pajing their pledges In blood Mcu from this county have made the great ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

> r TOVRSAVINOSSTAMPS ISSUED BY THa UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT aloIcPlton An odlr k > 4 WBSK dill > 1 a a Cut t tl tlr t r < > iit in cold Ol I > 1I 1 I I This Red T chateau Whet over the chnteii Hit jjotH lonesonnC chapter from I Then who cj Jeweler Your Contribution to the United War Work Campaign will bring sunshine into the lives of Our Dear Brave Boys Volume 9 TAL ELECTION WAS QUIET > ONE IN SWISHER COUNTY November 5th wns Indeed J > lny In Swisher Comity Jtlght voto wns polled throughout unty Wo lipllovo thin was nt cnblo to two niitln cnusos One lint mnny enscs of Spanish infill nro still provnlont in our County tho pooplo eithor linil to nttonil to r sick ones or did not wnnt to mix i was that many farmers wcro quite in tholr fiolds Trom north to Ul and cast to west Swlshor County J ccntly been blosscd with n most 9 rain ranging from about four to over twelve inches Tho v at warm dnys which have followed US jvo mnterially dried ont tho ground Id overy f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

INSTRUCTIONS TOR PREPARINO ures tlio service of every Chapter INSPECTING AND MAILINO j agency 1 ould lio utillted nnl tlioro I should Lo tlio fullest cooperation among Christjn Fsrcols to Soldiers In Over all Chapter committcos The record seas Service of the Home Service Sections will prove I of alue in this work TXimates of To save valuable time this letter hasthe number of men oversea from osrli been sent dlroet bv bo Division f iTnc Ohm tor community must ho in e some means o liking Chrisimis over 13 The sub committee on publicity neas n mcrv is conlitions m iv permit will give the widest publicity to the Ue < ondit j to tli desire the W ir Do operation of tho plan and endeavor to pnrtment 1 is do ided that each man instrm t tuorseaa mav rcoive from i inulv method or fr ml i < hrituiis 111 0 of P nst l stunard i i i vproxi ni lv of all nunc fttandnrd ments miv ten 2 An nmncenient has bee i perort penpre rd ly the ir V lent t Offi > e c irtons Department ai i the Amenon B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

h i m 4t culars free All l > rueilstr 5i K J CIIUMJV CO Toledo O < i jp TIHB TELLOW EMPLOYED ME B D KAXLOBY OENEBAIi AUCTIONEER Tulla Texas Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application ni > n cannot reach the tllscasid portion ot tl car There It only one way to cir > jtirh l Jc > ness and tha Is by u conrtlt > illmiil remedy CatarrhalIiafn < li l < m1 by an Inflamed coinJItlau of the mucous llnlne of the Uuitai hin Tube When this tube li Inflamed you tiave a rumbllurltound or Imperfect hearing and hfn It li mtlrly doted l > rafm leihi nsult Unless the Inflammation can o r ductd and this tubo restored to itt normal condition hctrlne will be destroyed forever Many cases of deafness are caused bV catarrh which Is an Inflamed rendition ofMhe mucous sur faces Ilalla Catarrh lledlclnc nets thru the blood on tho mucous surfaces of the system We will elro Ono Hundred Dollars for any case or Catarrhal r > afnees that cannot be cured by Halls ritnrrn M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

if This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the oeriod of the war THETULIAHERALP UKOLEMAl h OBBYAN Ownen AHBTT OBKTAtf Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Snh rrir > tltin 150 Icr Yrnr Kntorcil m scc nrtrlaw mall matter t the pott tiitlee a TuitaToxas TtTMA TEXAS Novcml > cr S IMS NOTICE SUIIS0R1UBBS Wo wish to enll the attention of our subicribcrs tothe dates on their tub seription labels From tlmo to timo wo have called attention thereto by running a render across the top of the first page but this week wo thought bc t to have a still further ehat with onr friends Most truly it is not our with that wo cut oil a single name more espe cially our friends in Swisher County But it I strirtly the orders of the Gov eminent that we keep n raid in advance list and we feel that of course we mu t obey Therefore with nnimoity to nono in the lea t for the past two months we hare discontinued the Her nld when the time paid for expired To ome it may bo a little har...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

LOCAL AND PERSONAL it o D o o D o o n c o n o o n o o n o H o D o 0o OE30C OD 30E30E IS 13 0 Box of tho Vigo 1nrk community was transacting business In Tulln Tuesday Lot ua mnko you a JJow Top Richards Auto Tainting Plnlnviojv L IL Bushong of Guthrio Oklnhomn spont a portion of this wook in Tulla visiting wllli Ms sUlor Mrs E W Baker Mrs Ted Ilold of tlio Wost Texan Stnto Normal College at Canyon was in Tulin this wook visiting at tlio lioma of Mr and Mrs Hoy Hobs I buy Liborty Bonds of nil issues Vendors Lion notes and mnko loam on farm and rnrichos nt six per cent interest with two porccnt discount W W KIB1C Boom 2 Third National Bank Building rinlnvlow Toxns K Miss rrnnccs Wyntt arrived last Saturday from Fort Worth whore alio has been attending Toxns Womans Col logo Miss Wyatt will spend n few TveoltB with her parents Rev anil Mrs 0 9 Wyntt and rccupornto her health LOST Notc for 35000 dntod July 15 1018 and duo December IB 1018 Receipt pInncdto noto showing samo was recorded Re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

r b trior o D o D o D o n o L aa a c BMBRBBBaBBBiBmgaaisBisnnBciBasnEiBHnBBBanaHaBRasBBRBg 1c Equals 1 J ALBEBT HUTCHISON IOE I0E30E CALOMEL DYNAMITES A SLUGGISH LIVER XNO YOU SICK ANDTOU LOSE A DAY WOBIL Calomel salivntesl Its mercury Calomel acta likeA dynamite on a slog gislTliyer When calomel comes inta contact with sour bilo it crashes into it causing cramping and nausea If yon feel billons headachy constipated and all knocked out jnstgo to your drnggist and get a Dottle of Dod sons Liver Tone for a few eents which is a harmless vegetable substitute for loaox RAllY AROUND THE I0E30E anirej FIA6S BOYi 30E30I Tulia Grain Sl Coal Co 30E30IEX0E if It doesnt start your liver ud straighten 70a np better and quicker than nasty calomeLand without making you sick von jnst go back and get toot money If yon take calomal today yon 11 be CRASHES INTO SOTJB BILB MATC sick and nauseated tomorrow besides it may salivate yon while if yon take Dodsons LiveFTone yon will wake np feeling great ful...

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