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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 May 1909

mMmmmfflMmm-mmm'mmMmmtwmmA iBIWI See J. Sand ford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insure***, fte*la, Texas. • . ROAD OVERSEERS CONVEN TION. Wm The Mexia Weekly Herald. ■ Pl MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 190% NO 21 l; \r hi Iv i : r~ 1 ■ V t I I- ! i h v I Over Ono Hundred in Attendance and a Successful Meet- ing- Held. Oroesbeck Journal. 5. We believe tlnit it should be the policy of the Commission- ers Court that all bridges, cul- verts, hereafter built in this coun- | ty, as near as practical-, be built | of corrugated iron, or other per- manent material. Tbat the use of timber in the building of don't knock. PtiSHuant to the call of County; bridges and culverts should be Judge W. A. Keeling about one| Wrndually discontinued and thus hundred Road Overseers of the save to the people the constant' County assembled in the district j recurring expense of repairing1 court room Saturday morning at same. 11 oclock and was called to order: (i. It is our belief and we nec- by Judge Keel...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 May 1909

>* ■- -vv M-fevV'^lK "• ........ ■ JUM aMJ| > iflvwr ana !M«g9Wi«aW V.'sfi! •UMCRIPTION RATES. One Year *10°- Six Months, ... Three Month*, .50 .25. to kivsmwm Well, I'd like to take it alrigh but I can't just now, I take so many papers." We don't care if you take a score of papers, just so you take ours. Entered as second-class matter March 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr. 1 Page *12.00 122.00 $40.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.5.0 14.00 175.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 29 cents. 2 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. Another fine rain has fallen in Central "West Texas. And still the good work goes on. A man named Coward stabbed another man to death on a ship at Galveston. Coward (ly) trick, no doubt. It is announced that the point- ed waist line is the next move of fashion. "With perfect eq...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 May 1909

ml m wi felt W§: wflffijfB ■ 1* ' ' 'is; F [, pfifm NlIM If/ [/ - |j L ■ftlB H V Mi ■mmMsi > I i '1 <r^ifc$' ,J X..-,. iS. 'I ' |*<Y." 1*3' >1* *% TBI rums COOPKRA- 1TVE DEMONSTRATION WORK. Methods and Objecti. In 1903 the first Farmers' Co- operative Demonstration farm un- der Government control was es- tablished at Terrell, Texas, on the farm of W. C. Porter, and was visited by many of the relia- ble farmers and business men of that seetion. Such was its suc- cess that several thousand such farms were established in 1904 in the State of Texas, and a few in Western Louisiana. From that date the work has expanded by reason of its uniform success in increasing production per acre, and decreasing the net cost of cotton per pound, and corn per bushel until it now covers a large portion of eleven States: the At- lantic States south of Maryland, the Gulf States, and two interior States, Arkansas and Oklahoma. In 1909 the Demonstration and Co-operating Farms, under our in stru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 May 1909

CITATIOH -J Vfertjftont- Capitol Buikiing-W.vhingian.DC. id Amendment to the State •titutlon in Regard to Far. iation and Taxing Power of 8ehool Districts. m may aiso pro vim j of school districts / ial law, without ... ./ quired in other ci •f \ HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6. House Joint Resolution to amend Section 3 of Article 7 of the Con- stitution of the State of Texas, in regard to the formation and taxing' power of school districts. Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Section 3 of Arti- cle 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texas be so amended as to here- after read as follows: Sec. 3. One-fourth of the revenue derived from the State occupation taxes and a poll tax of $1 on every male inhabitant of this State between the ages of 21 and GO years shall be set apart annually for the benefit ol' the public free school, and in addi- tion thereto there shall be levied and collected an annual ad valorem State tax of such an amount, not to exce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 May 1909

-r: •1 • —> ft■* • :-P.v • **-'*"-V'-"'" ."' .V Ws'<ffu§5* ■gaiiwwwwiiii^ .. ^Jgjg wm$m% Vs"'1 ;.^:' ^6 i; R J'M ON IMPROVED FARMS r. ■■ . • • VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have, arranged for western capi'.^i whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges, W. M. WHITE, Lawyer ' Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Bring your hides wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price.—C. Felz. Ed Moody of Thornton was here Tuesday night enroute home from Varela where he had boon to visit his mother, who is sick. White china dinner set made to order at Pittman's. -Our Great May Sale Merged into a- Read our automobile offer in this issue. You might win a gooi auto with very little effort and j no expense. If you are figuring on a new j Buggy, Phaeton, Surry or Run- about, let us show you the mostj up-to-date line between Dallas! and Houston.—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 27 May 1909

tsk IS'' Ik • AMD FAMILY TO WHITE MOUNTAINS. Gone All Summer Yellowstone Park First Objective Point Then Across Country to New England. "From Houston to White mountains," is the sign that will adorn the side of Mr. W. E; Jones' automobile when he starts on his summer trip this week. Mr. Jones will be accompanied by his wife and son and the car will be in charge of his cliauffci Mark Eidelbaeh. The journey "will be made up over the old Fort Worth and Denver road to Denver, and from there the party will go to the Yellowstone park and thence across the country to the White mountains. Mr. Jones does not expect to return to Houston until late iu the fall, and the trip is one that has never been attempted out of Houston before. Mr. Jones returned Friday from a fishing trip to Tarpoon where he has been for the last month. He was one of a distin- guished party of men from vari- ous sections of the country who established some new records in landing tarpon, and caught 1C of the big ones hims...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

i mwhi WM nR:-;-"'pJyfjFwSf ■ 'W r •• • " I"' 'V~- :v " .- iw . '4--y 'f i ■' J 'f* i .s *W?7 i&PfllR HHHrair, 'm|PPrra wxot • «a<ara_ Bfv- >!.".s\jfvw>" •• '."im ■' '•■'•■. -•■'"■ . .* v <--r JT " ' ■ '■ , ■ /SnHnHMH See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura***, Hexla, Texas. The Mexia Weekly Herald. ■W' VOL. 10 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1909. Court House Notes Marriage License. John II. Baker and Mrs. Polly Miller. J. W. Jennings and Miss Mat- tie Vaugn. John Lee, Jr, and Mar}' J JRhdoes. ^ John Leonard and Bettie Mills. M. Q. Williamson and II. N. Ferguson. Willie May Cook and Courtney Echols. C. R. Lofland and Jewell Mor- ris. * E. Z. McLendon and Roise Mer- rett. Walter Banks and Susan Ilan- na. MILLINERY AND READV-TOWEAR t Pleas of Guilty. Sam Hubbard, theft, fined$5.00 and one hour in County jail. Tom Brown, disturbing peace, fined $1,00. Sam Young, swindling, fined $1.00 and one hour in County jail Arthur Berry, aggravated as- sault, fined...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

I©!?? H 9 ' ■. MMfRmVtfWWtBhKKP< •v.. Kg —w vbi.mu v.LS C!iY The Last Survivor c|f San Jacinto Battle Gomes to Palestine. Alfonso Steele Here. i w*JBH5Srl'«?;>('• MSI^SSP L ' : . ' 1 v fsss. ■ ill a softA solid gray and all the TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION. finishings are in white. Parti- This morning we had the pleas- ure of meeting with Capt. Alfon- so Steele, the last survivor of the famous battle of San Jacinto. We found him a very modest old gentleman, wearing his lien- ors easily and not a bit vain over the attention bestowed upon him. lie is very proud though, of the gold medal which was bestowed upon him by the 31st legislature of Texas, and he has reason to be for it is handsome—a solid gold medalion in a velvet ease; engraved on the front is a has relief of Sam Houston and on the obverse is the following in- scription : "Presented to Alfonso Steele, one of the two survivors, who participated in the Battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1836; by the State of Texas, by unanimous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

■®®l pjp M ip ' V «. I.„ ■■ ■ ■■ wwRfl 1^1® •y'-> f- wWi Hi W<dff>FW- .^SS^ ',.', 2C-"i'-'2S3Swr - wrwsw... - ^;S®- f • ■' a. 3SWCTv^; 7f^3*5£i June Sale of Dry Goods Figured Lawns 19c Big line of figured lawns and dimity checks, tissues, etc., an un- usually good range of 25c values, we price for the June Sale at a yard, 12 l-2c Figured Lawns l()c For the June Sale we offer our entire line of 12 l-2c figured lawns at a yard, Special in Lawns at 5c 10 pieces new figured lawns regular 7 l-2c values—new pat- terns—we offer in June Sale at. . 12 L2c White Lawns 50c 15 pieces 28 inch smooth finish India linon, splendid 12 l-2c value for the June Sale we offer at a yard, 25c Lciwns at 16 2=3c 28 inch India Linon extra fine quality—sells for 2,5c a yard— during the June Sale at, 15c Bordered Percales 11c 10 pieces 36 inch bordered per- cales ; light patterns—top-notch 15c values, for June Sale at, .. 8 l-3c Percales 6c 15 pieces double fold light pat- tern percales—have been good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

"1 kf Hahed Every Thursday. Houx, Editor and Proprietor, W* -s: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Die Year |1.00. K nights in one day to secure ample chicken and turkey meat for that great occasion.—Richardson Echo. Months 50 ree Months 25. Bntored as second-class matter March (, 1908, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 is. 1 yr, 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 V& " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 Lees Than One uaQrter Page. 1 Issue—per inch 2« cents. 2 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. Colonel Mike Connolly of Mem- phis is herby appointed resident committeeman and the Memphis News-Scimitar the Memphis or- gan of the movement to land the next reunion of Confederate vet- erans for Houston, and they are hereby instructed to yet busy at once.—Houston Post. As Col. Mike was once a good citizen of Texas he will no doubt do his part to help us la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

. V.'.- • <V£v .'4,cJ?'-W-V tty■ ■* '', ■ • 1 ■' ' ' y 'fr* ' — SfcrraT ■ '* j-y.f 'M$W M&iwS' J V 1 ' 1 >W ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Bring your hides wool and beeswax and get the highest cash price.—0. Felz. The graduating class of the Mexia .High School enjoyed a banquet at Piper's Candy Kitcher Tuesday night, and all had a nice time. Watches one Pittmans. dollar each at Arthur Katten is home from New Orleans after an absence of three years, to visit his parents. Mrs. Geo. M. Wood returned Tuesday afternoon from G roes- beck where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lee Benneti. At the meeting <jf the school board held Tuesday afternoon the First National bank wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

IwPHffl -MP- pIpPstR i >i I ii- mm 9 • "" Chancellor Commander, Lodge No. 20, Kniglit- rthias. en:— le, your commitee appointed draft resolutions of respect to j,© memory of our deceased er, Alexander Gladstone ts, recognizing as we do, our inability to express in words, the loss his family, his country, and his lodge has sustained, yet car- rying out our instructions, as ( well as giving expression to our individual views—we submit the following: "Whereas:— On the 17th day of May 1909, the Supreme Chancellor of the Universe, saw fit to in his wis- dom, to remove from this earthly domain, our worthy brother, Alexander Gladstone Belts:— And "Whereas, In his death, a vacancy lias- occured in his family group that can never be filled, his country has lost one of her most devoted subjects, our city one her best citizens, and his Lodge a most Chilvaldric Knight, one who was ready, \yith open hand and smiling face "to place those who stumble and fall on their feel again, and bit them G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

f: f5r ril-y I •L ' 1r j Stories of Ccloraco riicl The Rocky Mountr^~ -Ci. iJiJ CIV.PHIC ACCOUNT OF ONE MAN'3 SUMMER OUTING. (By l-ane Orrick.) Railway corporations, aided and abetted by the National and State Gov- ernments, are today di.ss. iii uating more useful information concerning outdoor sports and gtn.'rai recreation than is sent forth to the world by nil the hotel proprietors, lake resort Keep- ers and forest reserve eusto-llaaa in the country combined, hi Uiu first ■place, a railroad must nowadays b>- ready and willing t.o give such infor- mation, reliable in character and mi- nute lu detail, to tho prospective trav- eler. The State and National Govern- ments supply fish eggs and fry, propa- gate and protect wild gflme and inform the public what it is doing through the prescribed clmnnels of periodical offi- cial reports. So the three work to- gether for the common good. The writer recently came acioss a little booklet, just the size of an or- dinary lelter envelope, an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 3 June 1909

Peter's Dairy Supplies ADDSNPA&UB. [ empire of the 'Great American] Desert,' and the work of the irri- K Mo* dden and Miss'gation conBre8s is ?et in its n* l fancy.'' J ^ Mcttielee Parker Happily Married Yesterday. At the Presbyterian church yes % terday afternoon the marriage of Hiss Nettielee Parker and Mr. Ike McFadden was solemnized in the presence of a large number of invited friends. Just before the arrival of the bedding party, Miss Setzer sang "Oh Promise Me," and just as the swqet strains of this beauti- ful song were dying away, Rev. R. "W. Adams, the officiating minister, entered the door and advanced to the altar. A min- ute later Mr. .McFadden, with Miss Parker leaning on his arm, entered the door, attended only by the ushers, Messrs Sam Mc- Fadden, "Will Stockton, Barney Humphries and Dr. W. P. Har rison, advancing to the strains of the familiar wedding inarch, played by Miss Setzer. They halted immediately under the ■ arch of double hearts and in a most beautiful ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 June 1909

\ •' : <{ '; -/v • •.:) Alonjf My 'S " v®. ■ / WF v. j/vC-JF i ^ ' . •' < . , ' *'/ iWI\ j ■ * ■Pr ' t ^ ai'it ■jPJI ■ «, / See J. Sandford .Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO fnsurawe, fte*ia, 'texas. k i i ' i V The Mexia Weekly Herald. vol. 10 mexia. texas. thursday, june 10. 1909. no 23 Stories of Colorado and The Rocky Mountains THE STATE'S WEALTH OF WILDFLOWERS, AND HOW OB- TAINED. Colorad* will tkia jrear produce a imUr variety and lunbir •! wild llMrara Uu in any prerioua jraar dur- lac the laat two dacadea at leaat The Kite haa always bean noted for lta Mmhw wealth of hlooma, US Tarl- ettea e( wild flowera having to data heen aUaalfled, and preaaed aamplaa placed a* dlaplaj la the rooms af the •tat* Botanical Society la Denrer. The reaaoa why thta rear will ho a haaaer year tor wild flowera la alm- pto aad natural. It la heeaaae there haa boon a greater precipitation In the xpr-'a;- '■ W"# £ J . ' . V iy- t ' ^ . ■ A V - i I . &■ L \ ** £ "A*, \ • of the "Columbine,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 June 1909

Thiiriday and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. P^f-ttarYear. $1.00. Six Months 50 Three Months 25. Entered as second-class matter March (, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. empire .. 4'I D' lore is quite a lot of iron ore iu Texas, but still some want ir an from other countries' to come in at the same price. Bailey knows what lie is doing and is not going to In- advised by the petty politi- ians who are always looking for a chance to bemean him.—Scliul- nburg Sticker. ion S«ttl ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 $22.00 $40.00 $500.00 % " 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 L«m Than One uaQrter Page. 1 issue—per inch 2# cents. 2 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 50 cents. 1 Year each issue—per inch 10 cts. Prohibition elections were held in three counties last Saturday. Smith and Camanche went dry while Dallam went wet. Next Thursday there will be an eclipse of the sun, visible in this pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 June 1909

*11 V'■ ,f w° W.m GOOD NIGHT. By Lou Slngletary Bedford. I } I ' JSSft ' |M v 4® J p IS A v Alone, alone in the old house, dear; My loved oneB scattered, some far, some near; Some resting where, 'neath the open sky, The leaves breathe a dirge as the wlndB pass by; And when the beautiful day goos down, And night comes on with its star-set crown, Of all who lent to my world its light, There's no one left me to say, "Good night." Alone, alone in the old house, dear; The morning of life with its hope and cheer, And Its moontide glory, so long passed o'er That shadows are gathering about my door; And the silence, deepening the air of gloom That hovers within each vacant room, "Remains unbroken by footstep light, By child-caress, or the fond "Good Night." Alone, alone in the old house, dear; Only God and the angels near When I lift to Heaven my prayer or hymn At morning or when the day grows dim; And if the Mesenger, sent to all, At the dear old house some day should call, And bear me up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 June 1909

- w '■C} ■1 «. Ta Mi ID MOTHER SLAVS CHILDREN >Y TRAGEDY AT RICH LAND FOLLOWS CHARGE BEFORE GRAND JURY. Four Persons Are Dead Mother Kills Three Children, Then Commits Suicide. Leaves Note to Relatives. s - 'j Crosicana, Texas, Juue 5—A horrible tragedy was enacted this morning about daylight at Rich- • land, twelve miles south of this place, as the result of which a mother and her three children are dead. The news first came by a tele- phone message to County Judge J. M. Bianding that Mrs. J. M. Green had killed herself and her three children with a razor, but ■— LOCAL AND FARMERS UNION NEWS. Whether you belong to the Far- mers' Union or not you should keep posted on what it is doing for it means more to the farmers and business interests than many people suspect. The National Go operator and Farm Journal is the recognized official journal of the Union and has correspondents in every state who report regularly the progress of the movement. One might as well try to farm without p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 June 1909

"' .'(&> ;♦ • •' fi *''r*"!■ ■ ' V . • :r '' '. -mSJ *• ii./ w'f ' •/; Sjw | X: ► - i to Loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loanB closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. The city council met in regular session Monday and transacted routine business. Ordered elec- tions on the bond question, set a clean up day, and instructed the marshal to get iu behind hog owners and see that they track the law. Adjournment was then takon until next Saturday morn- ing to finish up the business. Dr. Peyton visited in Galveston Sunday. Jas. Stanberry took in the coast excursion Saturday night. Mrs. Mitchell is visiting in Oolidge this week. Mrs. Bates and daughter, Airs. J. W. Bates, left Monday after- noon for their new home in Na- cogdoches...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 June 1909

" •••♦ \ B I* > 1,)| ■5 -7) I ■>*T Up tt s4«liBack? Trimble Makes You Miserable. t everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's h-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, be- cause of its remark- able health restoring . properties. Swamp- ot fulfills almost i every wish in over- coming rheumatism, | pain in the back, kid- neys, liver, bladder [ and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get np many times during the night. O Swamp-Root is not recommended for — 55- everything bat if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, it will be found jusl the remedy you need. It has been thor- ougniy tested in private practice, and has proved so successful that a special ar- rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not al- ready tried it, may have a sampl...

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