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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

THBWMKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST It. 1107. BARGAINS IN PIANOS I Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. -y Since a piano as a rale costs more than uny other ingle piece of furniture that goes inc the home, md sinoe a vast majority of 'he people who buy 'once for all," the purchase oi one ought to be fiven serious consideration and the make selected rith the utmost caution. Some people muce their selections on the krength of the salesman's representations, o r the opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; but when a Kimball, or an Eifoy, or a Camp ft Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any £5 11 other place, for that matter, you are purchasing an ■ * instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- $y," recommended and used by the world's most ious artists, whose names and testimonial...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 29 August 1907

*' -(•I*' h * *:+i r *r W THURSDAY, AUOU8T It. 1 07 Hu kNB completely reorganised with an exceptionally |Uroag facul- ty. It has teachers frdm such schools aa Tale, the University of Chleqfo, the University of Virginia, and Baylor Cnlveralty. Bach member of the faculty haa had more than five years' experience In teaching. Special ad- vantages In vocal and instrumental music, art. eloqutton, and phyalcal culture. Tearhera In each of those departments from the leadlug col- leges and conservatories In America. A high-grade Institution, health ful location, everything newly re- paired. Splendid library and labortory facilities; four strong literary societies; athletics; college spirit; work accepted by the leardlng In- stitutions In Texas; Christian envlroment. Dormitory for girls, newly repaired and furnished, lighted with electricity, hot and cold baths; competent servants, substantial diet. Its advantages make it an ideal place to educate boys and girls. Foi' in- formation, address. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

" 111 K * l r'. • •n; I i f £ "w" i#. .vw ^ ettt0C£jftt TWENTY.POVRTH YEAR, NO. 40. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1MU7. BUSINESS AND PLEASURE A letter dated at Nlagru Kails, New York, August 28, hat been re- \ ceived by a friend from W. H. Mat- thews of this city who la comming- ling business, pleasure and sight seeing In an extendeu visit through the North and Kast. His prime ob- ject, of course, Is stock buying for the big dry goods store ut McKlnney and Ennts. He Is accompanied by his brother, P. C. Matthews, In charge of their Etinis store, their wlveB and Miss Jo Davles, their Mc- Klnney milliner. Mr. Matthews writes "We are having the nicest trip of our life. We stopped at St. Louis. From there we went ot To- ledo, thence to Detroit. Will say Detroit is one of the prettiest i we ever visited - beautiful illdings, wide clean streets. He- river, with its large, fine boatB flying just at the foot of main street I, (right In the heart of the city almost. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

1 . • and Colds NMriy all othar Cough Curst art eomtipating. especially those con- taining a U>«i. K«nn«dy' L*x*tiTs Cough Syrup movn tha bowsls. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR "A Cold or a Cough nearly always products constipation—ths water all runs to tht tyts, nost and threat in- stead of passing out of tht systtm through tht Uvtr and kidntys. For want of moisturt tht bowtls bscomt dry and hard." Ksnntdy's Laxative Cough Syrup rtlitvts Colds by working thsm out of tht system through a copious action of the bowels. Conforms to National PURE FOOD & DRUG LAW For Sale by R. R. Bristol FRIDAY. Master .John WIIsc.m has returned from a visit to his cousin. Master Dewey Wilson at A ninth. J. ('. Moore Ik able to Ik* at his store after a siege of Illness and Ik gradually recovering his strength. Dr. B. F Spencer and son. Frank of Weston were here today and made a business trip to Dallas. Misses Olive and Geneve Galla- gher of Wylle returned home today after a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

4 " Hoy! Give We a Chew o1 thet Star!" Everybody chews nowa- days and not entirely be- / cause it is the most economical and convenient form in which to satisfy the taste for tobacco. When you chew STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO you get the choicest, sweetest, richest and most whole- some grade of leaf the tobacco plant produces. Only the finest grade of selected leaf is used in "Star" — the full- bodied, ripe leaf mak- ing a waxy, juicy chew. And that's only one reason why "Star" gives more chewing to the plug than any other chew sold. "Star" always makes an elastic and last- ing chew — and is more economical than other kinds because of this. t^o,000,000 IOf. pieces sa.'a annually. In All Stores IS KINDNESS REWARDED. t'onple Receives Cheek fur $HO,tMH> From New York Woman. Cordele, Ga., Ant;. H t. In return for kind lies* shown her Mrs. J. R. McKay of Cuba. X. Y. has sent a check for $30,000 to Mr. and Mis. Homer Powell of this placij, th * money to be used for their youngest child, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

Published Thursday. I 1 vm r-<- TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON Editor*, Pabllshers and Proprietor*. Entered as second-class mail matter. To 8ah«ortb«r : -Tb« date printed opponlto (Mac tha ptpxr ragalarly will plMM notify u W« «o not aaad reoelpta (or money paid on .aaooflptlocu, bat orwiU Mate on slip «n oh d <e papor, tt orodK to not «hown on •lip In ton <Uv mi 4 t0 of ravlttAAoo, notify thto offloe Subscription Kates One copy one year $1.00 inn L. Muiln' to CorresiKwdents. A number of comtnunicaliouH were unavoidably left out of thiB Is- «ue of the Weekly Democrat-Gazette but will appear lu our next issue. Correspondents will confer a fuvor on the publishers, and, insure a more prompt appearance of their letters in print, by sending them in mo as to reach us not later than Monday or Tuesday. Don't be a drone In this busy old world. Get busy. Collin county's corn crop is better than the average yield. The cry for cotton pickers will soon be heard throughout Collin. Some ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

THJB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-OAZKTTK. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1907. : f. id* bank., | phona |Pe«c«1 ilway? ••dij jstalr*! •. ea«| Text*. 609. U • kur- [ing at lo- I In- llde V> •> lis- |en. itnd mil \V. * * % Our Anniversary Gash Present Just Like Finding Money But easier. We give it to you. At the end of Sept. we will have been iu the Drug business here just one year. The people of McKinney and surrounding country have been good to us, our business has grown by leaps and bounds, and we feel like celebrating the anniversary in an unusual way. We are fully appreciative of the many courtesies shown us and to evidence our appreciation, and at the same time get in touch with more people who are not now our customers we have concluded to return ill cnsli to our customers one entire cluy't* snlcs. GET OUR PLAN For details of plan, call at our store for circular, which will give full explanation. GKT YOUR MONEY HACK. !f you buy an article at our store and And It in any way un- satisfactory, b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

f ; ' \ • I- ' r ,rV •# # ® All careful women usre herbine VNAI'I .MkAH Woman who Buffer from ik>- ▼oro hoiuiaehes. and all tilooa- 08 due to ft torpid li ver, should not fill fchalrsloinnoh with cal- omel ftud other drugn. HER3INE QUICKLY CURES BIHousnesa, Const I nation, Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, AULaria and all Liver Comp&ints. cy. Falls, Tex. writes: I Una Hcr- bino tho bout, liver corrective I evrr triod. It hna done n\y fa- mlly and myself a world of gio'cl. 1 recommend it to my lends." - PRICE B<V. - Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, - MO. Sold and Recomrr-nded by \ SMl in BROS. black land Ion., and f TRUSTEES HOLD MEETING HERE In accordance with (he cull re- cently Issued by County Superin- tendent W. L. Ysrbrough. a well at- tended meeting of school trusties from different portions of the county convened in the district, court room Saturday, Superintendent Yarbrough presiding. On the convening of the meeting. Judge M. G. Abernathy, who had accepted an invita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

'4ft THE WKSKLT D8M0CRAT-CAZETTE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER G. 1 07. BARGAINS IN PIANOS Qf Undisputed Merit—Also Talking Ma- chines and Sewing Machines. Sinoe a piano as a rule costs more than ..ny other single piece of furniture that goey itu the home, $ and since a vast majority ot 'he people who buy A "once for all," the purchase ot one ought to be A given serious consideration and the make selected A with the utmost cat tion. $ Some people m«Ke their selections on the ^strength of the salesman's representations, o r tha opinion of some unscrupulous person paid to '"Pill" upon the merits of the instrument, which, in many cases, has not even received the indorse- ment of obscure musicians, much less one of note; i but when a Kimball, or an Eftey, or a Camp ft Co., is se- lected for the home, the school, the church, or any ► other place, for that matter, you are purchasing an 1 instrument unrivalled in "tone, touch and durabil- ity," recommended and used by the world's most famous artist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 5 September 1907

Hi mi *1 * ' V''^ ■" V".3 •!> #pjp i ... , s. T. H M O N D WO YOU IF YOU COULD SALE SOME OF THE NICKELTIES. 10c kind canvas gloves for a nickel. 10c kind Roal Plait Collar button, wo i til 10c for a nickel 8c kind men's fancy Hose for a nickel. 10c Cuff Hol- ders for a nick- el. 1 Gross Agate Buttons for a Nickel. 2 dozen Vearl Buttons for a nickel. pr arm bands for aNickel. Ladies' and Man's .. Jit Reduced Prices. 15c kind Kibbed Hose at would Qp you if you could sale price, (l 25c kind drop stitch Hose Hose Beaut- iful range of patterns, would you IQa if you could buy them at pr |UU Men's Heavy Grey I lose worth 7 l-2c wouuld you if you could buy a I « pair for t|| Men's Fancy Half Hose worth 8c would you if you could buy a pair for 5C Men's Toggery Reduced During This Sale. Mens Undershirts and Drawers worth 25c. Would you buy them if you could at - 19C Men's 25c kind slide Suspenders. Would you buy a pair if you could for 15c Another big lot at 9c Be sure and call for your pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

■ •-'■*1 Will JIJ^- ' "*■ ' 4"i +~;.\ . >4'*--—• " ®l)t tUcchlu fllemocrat-®a?cttc. iavkntv-foukth vicar. NO. 31. M.KINNKV. <X>LI.1N CXHJNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 10O7. I ivly llitern ling i newf baths MARRIAGE ALTAR Nacogdoches, Tex., Sept. 7.—One of the most brutal murders over committed In Nacogdoches County was perpetrated some time Wednes- day morning about fifteen ml leu from this elty In the vicinity of Linn Plat, a miuill town In the northwest portion of the county, I). G. Owen*, a well-known young farmer, being the victim, Voung Owens was to have been married to Miss Muggle Wilkerson, a prominent young lady of this place on Thursday night. The failure of the grooin to put In his appearance at Hit; hour of the ceremony led to the discovery of his dend and muti- lated body in a piece of woods at 2 o'clock Friday morning. Owens resided with his parents near Linn Flat, about fifteen miles from Nacogdoches. He came to tin- county seat on Wednesday morning to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

% ■ to tS ^by^Add'wiUon, voluntary ob- The hot tout day was the llth, 98 flw ie coldest day watt the Slat, 71 ter Heading. The highest pressure waa on the St lit, 29.21. The lowest pressure waa on the 10th, 28.89. Rainfall. Dates 2 .. .. 8 .. 20 ... . 21 .. Total . . Inches . . .40 , . . .41 . . . .48 . . .28 . 1.57 OU( id Colds There is a remedy over sixty years old — Ayer's Cherry Pec torsi. Of course you have heard of it, probably have used it. Once io the family, it ataya; ' the one household remedy for ' coughs snd hsrd colds oa the chest. Ask your doctor sbout It. j The beat kind ol a testimonial— "■eld ler ever sixty yearn." \A Kail by J. O. lmOe.,Lewfll, Ai— BaauMlarari if ijers SAMAPAltlU. PILLS. Clarence Flnley has returned from a vtett to relatives at Ardmore. R D. R. Clark and T. R. Alexander 1 of Donna were In thla community ' last Saturday. Charlie Baldwin, wife and baby of Anna visited relative* here re- cently. Mlaa Hettye Bull returned home with them for a vlalt. Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

HI* 1st III liny (the }♦' ind to <?; Ivetl [My lher (hid lfu- THB WEEKLY DBMOCRAT-QAZKTTB, THl'HSUAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1007 The Finest Nugget In Camp 9 The last plug of "Star" is worth its weight in gold. Other chews can't take its place—other kinds don't satisfy. " Star " is the chew that's in demand because for forty years STAR PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO has been highest quality, honest value — ^full 16 oz. to the plug) and standaid price. The rich, sweet, waxy, full- bodied leaf in "Star" makes a substantial and iasting chew. No other chew equals it. That's why "Star" is still, as always, the standard chew. 150,000,000 loc. pieces sold annually. In All Stores TKCKTKK8 ASSOCIATION. Organi/juioii Here- KlfcctMl at Meeting -Th Officers. ?er- |nfly my iulf tree h<£/ llrnf MS* |ith- >th- Ing. lion, loot At the meeting of school trustees from different portion* of the coun- ty, held here in response to the call Issued by County Superintendent W L. Yarbrough, the Collin County Trustees ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

'y • i h i v ft- ■****■; -■■ \. •*.*,«■■■ •* - .- • - *m Democrat-Gazette. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTKU B. WILSON PttMlKlicm ud Proprietors. The McKinney Bslley rally was a sreal event. After A short sojourn to Washington the ssnstor will re- turn to Texas to mske some more speeches. This Is what some of his friends say he has concluded to do. —Sherman Democrat. Entered as second-class mall mattar. To Bsb ortb«r : --Th« ttbiiiiB -Th« data printed opposite margin of tbe p*p«r or on U « too UM to wbiah your sub- WfiPfiT Indicates __ lerlpaoa U p*ld. All I o ant of UM Month Any •uwonwi • *w ftvtag the popor ragaUrtr wUI plMM notify us •Kim utmcr!|>Uou* SXptTJ on \ny •utwortbsr net rs- t s**4 rsoslpU tor mooty psM on —~ i bst orvdlt ssffle on slip snsobotf o paper, If ors4it Is not shown on «Up In too toys froaiSsU of rsMlttsaos, notify uus o«os. Subscription Rates One copy one year 91.00 The golden rule is still golden. This fall promises to he a busy one In McKin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

THB WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907 Opened at our store the past few days, new Dress Goods, Millinery, Shoes and Clothing. Mr. Knight has just returned from the eastern markets where he has spent some time selecting the fall stocks for his several stores. The goods are now arriving, although prices have advanced he bought many goods from wholesalers who were hard pressed and needed the money at once at last years prices, which will enable us still to further over value and undersell our competitors. Our cash prices are always the lowest Special Prices on Staple Dry Goods. l,<X)0yards Zephyr Ginghams on Sale while they 4 last, per yard | Uv Big Outing Snap. 2,000 yaads Nice Outiiiflf, regu- ular 10c value. Can.t lust, long at the yaid 8sC Suiting and Woolen Dress Goods. 200 yards white Oxford Waistlngs, pretty patterns 12 1-2 quality on sale 4 ^ per yard | (JG 5 pieces fancy plaid Suiting n e \v la 11 patterns itd 15c 200 yards white Oxford 20 cent value the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

AUTUMN With the coming of the Autumn season brings on dis- play for your most critical inspection, the most com- plete stock of men's, young men's and boys Clothing it has been our good fortune to show you. We have at last reached the goal of our ambition, the one that we worked for by day and dreamed of at night, we can now show you the Largest Stock of Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods in Worth Texas We are now 2 1-2 years old in business, and our sec- ond year was 10 per cent more than double our first year in sales. This was only accomplished by your patronage and the confidence you placed in us. We are working hard to accomplish the same this year and if you will only extend the same liberal patronage and confidence in the next few month? that you have in the past we will accomplish our aim. The word "Kuppenheimer" has become a "byword" with a large per cent of the good dressers of McKinney and Collin County and when you hear that word you think of our store. 5- •. W^vv&V...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

s ■■■■! ' gwwiiw*-''** nufcymifr* ~ v : • ' TH WIIKLT DEMOCHAT-OAZTTB THUR8DAY. SEPTEMBER It. 1907 AliLBN. J. M. Hugnley and mother have returned from u visit to relatives in Hunt County. Mrs. I)i. H. 11. Compton and MIkh Aenard wore shopping In McKinney Tuesday. Another pair of wagon scales have been installed In front of th«> brick store. Charley Christie left Sunday for Whltewrlght to attend Grayson College. W. C. Kllllngsworth has received a carload of seed wheat from the North. Mrs. T. J. Ereekson visited ill Mc- Kinney last week. Hugh Ereckaon and family have returned from a trip to Tioga. Rev. J. 8. Btockard preached at Honey Grove Sunday. Accuracy is a characteristic of , this Btore. Experience and accura- cy prevull alike In the buying, sell- lug, compounding and dispensing of every article sold here. Such a thing as a mistake of carelessness is not tolerated here not even In the handling of toilet articles much less the compounding of a prescrip- tion. Our complete line...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

impraiM t Be Late m lns — ■titer, Mm. C. T. Lewis of Vine- land. left today (or her home at Rockwall. * * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ! about leaving us the measure for the new Fall Suit JNot that you want to wear it right away, but you get the ad- vantage of "More time" iu the making. No use waiting till the rush is on and everybody wants hia Suit at the same time. Samples of new fabrics are ready for your inspection. Patterns and colorings are the best we've ever shown. WHITE & NEWSOME Merchant Tailors and Cents Furnishers N. W. corner Square. McKlnney, Texae 5p WebegtD announce to the ladies of McKin- ney and Collin county that we arc opening • One of the Largest, most Complete and Stylish Stock of Millinery every shown in o our city. Watch for opening Date. Mrs. Frances Younger. Over A. G. Chandler's. McKinney, Texas. Ing her brother, Dow THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER IS. 11 J- v ' MP ■rw-V, fJRHPI ' PKS' For Sale—Road buggy, good aa new. Also set of harneaa. Will h«*1I at bargain or trade for a cow. App...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1907 nurth.i Jones la vUttl K Mr. Champtou and rurally of Dr.MP. Ed Hughes of Clarendon nt Saturday night and Sunday h Mr. John Qallagher and family. Mrs. f'ampbell and daughter, Miss V a few *•* ' week n Mr. Jim Parson and family, lsseu Clara and Stasia Corbltt e returned home from Dallas r H week's vIbU with frlendH and lives there. Irs. |ck mli eadumes King and Ounn of he Chapel were the guests of Mary Parson last Friday. r. iind Mr*. Charlie Housewrlght NVviit. speii t laHt Thursday night Krlday with Mr. VV. T. Corhltl family. Irs. E3d Bellmyer and daughter, Mr. A1 Bellmyer and wife sn< iit w dayB last week at the French Ha. r. Georgle Schmucker returned In home In DbIIuh Saturday after ral weeks' visit to Mr. W. T. bitt and family. 'testis. Dave Spurgln and Jake kenian spent Friday evening with Joe Spurgin and family, rs. W.*T. Corbltt Is visiting her [er In Fort Worth this week. essrs. Campbell and Qann and Hies were the g...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 12 September 1907

- m ■ 'l m % Sfflis h 00m ■ * itf*'' ', : Why .suffer with I pain when | BALLARD'S SNOW I LINIMENT WILL CURE RHEUMATISM CITS, OLD SORES, SPRAINS. WOUNDS, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALOIA, SCALDS, ETZ., G. A. Friedel, Dallas, To*, writes: "I UHeBaHiml'nSnow Liniment for my family. It is the bent Liniment mado. It relieve burns and scalds.' 23c, 50c and $1.00 Ballard Snow Liniment Co. • ST. LOUIS, MO., « Sold and Recommended by BROS. THROCKMORTON CAMP. Interest lug M(H>iinK Held Sunday— Xew Officers Elected. J. W. Throckmorton Camp IT. C. V. No. 109 met at usual time and place and the exercises were opened with prayer by Comrade Millican. Dr. W. T. Moore. Commander, pre- sided. 'The adjutant kept the min- utes. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The committee appointed to draft resolutions on the death of Comrade P. G. Montgomery, made its report. On motion of Comrade F. M. Hunn the Camp proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing year as follows: Dr. W. T. Moore, Comm...

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