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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

News S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF HE COUNTY OF BSYAN Volnwe XVII. .DUBANT, OKLAHOMA, FtMDAY, t)KCEMBBK 19, 1910. Number 61, DURANT Weekly M f r SPECIAL DAIRY DEMONSTRATION. to Intorcst tho general public In the ! Frisco to Ran one Through State and Mako Dnrant Some Tlmo In Fcbraarr. Q. Tho Frisco railroad company -will soon alter J& 'first ot tho year niako a special trip over part of tho Rato with special tain and glvo special demonstrations on practical dairying, and will mako Durant some time oarly In February, stopping hero about a half day. Tho tralji will bo especially equip ped with all necessary apparatus for demonstrating dairy work, and will have a faw fino dairy cows with tho train. Tho Bryan County Jdrsey Cattle association, whlclx Is formed for tho purpose of promoting bettor dairy stock, Is co-operating- with tho Frisco demonstration train., v -is TEXAS TL00D RECEDING. f. 'orrlblo floods'in Texas tha't hu vf. property .damago of many million y ''ars, paralyzed railroad ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

"T-T THE DHANT W3EEKLT KIWI GROCERIES CHEAPER THAN WHOLESALE That is the way we are going to give Xmas presents to all Customers, both old and new. These are some of our very low prices: First-class Soft Wheat Flour, per hundred, - $2.50 Sugar, 20 pounds for - 1 .00 Meat, per pound - 14 to 16c Coffee, per pound - - 20 to 25c Anything elso In proportion. Candles, apples, ornngoB, and nuta at wholesale prices. This Is no fakeConic and sco. Must sell. Our stock la complete Everything that Is carried In a grocory store. Do euro to Beo us befqro buying elsowhere, for wo will save you monoy on cvory dollar's worth purchased. Youra for lota 'of business. H. B. PREWITT 122 WEST MAIN STREET FRISCO FARM DEMONSTRATION. Green Thompson will Culthnto Tea Acres Under Direction of Farm Expert, X. T. McAUstcr. In addition to tho two demonstra tion farms already established hero by tho Frisco railroad company, Mr. N. T. McAUstcr tho company's farm demonstrator, was horc last week and Thompson, cashie...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

THI DURANT WKKKLY KJEWfl ?M DIRECTORY FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS All the business people whose advertisement appear on this page are reputable business men of standing, who may be depended upon to give you a square deal on any purchase you may make from them, j & i 1 FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. We carry an elegant lino of all kinds or fln'o candles, and havo a alee stock of especially prepared packege chocolates, which would niako nke presents for the ladles. A box of ono dozen good cigars, in Christmas box- would plaso tho men folks. Also a nlco lino of flno Meorschaum and Brfar wood pipes, which mako nlco gifts for smokors. Wo can tako your vsubecriptlon to any magazine published, and fill your wants for nlco sta tionery. TOSTOFFICE STORK. Will II. Hilton, Frop. .FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR! Five cars of flour to move in fourweoks. Rogors mill September wheat per 'hundred lbs. $2.25 to PrlnPo Royal and Vienna -. ... . - .. 1,000 sacks of brand and shorts to move In 4 weeks, Tory sack of guarante...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

4 THE DXJRANT WEEKLY NEWS r I Rings in which the Stories stay set Wo carry Stofer's low prices. Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N, Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. I Entered as second class mall mat f iter at the postofflce at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress ot March trd. 1879. H. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, In advance, $1.00 Sir Months, In advance, - .SO ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros vectlve advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without peclfied number of insertions will bo printed each issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement for an' reason good and sufficient to himself. in Tho oxpcndtvro of a few hundred i dollars by local business people In re pairing bad spots in tho roads Is n commcndablo move. Conditions as ex perienced with bad roads recently are making...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

KM CLOSING MV. --Retiring from Business m t THE DU'RANT WEEKLY NEWS Have decided to retire from business. My stock is too large to be sold in bulk, so have decided to close out the greater part at retail. I desire to thank you all for past patronage and favors, and while I have always tried to make ' as low prices as I could afford to, will now make them much lower. PROFITS, OF COURSE, WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IN THIS CLOSING OUT DEAL K. . r We are going to sell them whether they bring a big or little price. They have simply got to go. You can save some money here now. Our stock is complete in all lines and you can get what you want and save money besides. OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED - COUNTRY MERCHANTS WILL DO - - NOTHING WILL BE CHARGED WELL TO PRICE OUR MERCHANDISE ( 1L, w Ls a TOWN5END DURANT, OKLAHOMA vnssms. 1 4. rouLTBY snow JAN. 0-10. Tho Southeastern Oklahoma Poultry Show will be held In I)utant on Fri day and Saturday, January 9th and 10th. This date was decided upon last ovcning a...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY KIWI r Por making quickly and per fectly, delicious hot biscuits, hot breads, cake and pastry there is no substitute for Dr.PRICE'S OR Baking Powder IDE FR01 Sixty Ymmrm tkm Simmlmr Household Hints thai are passed over the Garden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps By Miss Mabel Linda Crcum Jfiit Candy. Mix lyilf a pound of granulated, su ryir In ono tcacupful of sweet cream and heat siowly on tha stove until the nugar la dissolved. Roll five minutes and stir In half a pound of nuU. o runs preferable, chopped flno. Uoll 10 minutes and pounv on buttor-Jn plates. Cut Into squares when part1 cold. Will harden In about two days. bowl and pour the syrup slowly on, beating the whole until It begins to harden. Add llv vanilla and nuts, spread qulto ihick on a shallow but tered tin. Whei fell cut Into large squares. , I'ccnn Creams,' . ,T6' the white of one egg add an equal quantity of cold wator. Flavor with vanilla. Stir In powdered sugar until sufficiently thick to form into b...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

i MM '. z l THE DUJtAtfT WIETCLT HXWI fc $S$$j$sfc$.$j2.S FAXM NOTKS. SJ$JSSjJ5$$j5i. i. It is not too late to put in ryo, whether to bo used as' a cover crop to. Urn under next spring or used for grazing or allowed to grow for eecd. It la one of the hardy cropssthnt does not winter kill. It la hard to esti mate tbo value of a good ryo crop, as a protector of our fields during tho winter and as a crop to turn under Hog killing will bo claiming out at tention pretty soon, As soon as they are through 'with the gleaning of tho fields of soy beans, peas, peanuts, po tatoes, etc., put them In comfortable pens and finish up two or three weeks with corn. Do not forget to pr'ovldo for the comfort of your livestock of ovcry kind. Get up bedding and see that tb stalls fr tho horses and cattlo and tho quarters for all other kinds of live atocte aro well bedded and mado com tortablo. In thia way not only will tho stock winter better and on loss feed, but a large quantity Of manure can bo provid...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 December 1913

i s THE DURAKT WEEKLY HEWS Wi 1 (&. Kendall's Holiday Hints- ( . A Man's Store for a Man'sGift Out of Town Shoppers will find many .. ,w ' suggestions here for their Xmas Gifts ' Open Evenings '" Kendall Clothing Co. ,1V 'tiWi 0n Prit Tn All JkA A H otel UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Everything new and clean. Sanitary rooms with modern conveniences. European Plan. N. C. MOORE, Proprietor I way croato a working fund, anU with i tho co-operation of tho county com I mlssloncrs, and all othor 4uloresta vends to mcot all requirements, then I It tho general plan of tho parent or- gsnlzntlon is adopted by tho counties , men will bo stationed to look nficr J ovory five mlle3 of highway, and bo rt-Bponsiuie ior me conamon or tno mads. All that la needed now is nunshlno for tho work to begin In onrnopt, building this great highway. W. N KINO, Chairman Publicity ConimlUce. YlXtKG THE HAD TLACES. ' f Continued from pace 1) pl6 ana raised tho money to pay tho bill. During tho past two weoka tho ruins...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

r i. v ' NT T t. YelHme XVII. MISSOURI 2 CENT KATJB UPHELD, Missouri Injunctions of tho Railroads Wero Ysertay Dismissed by tho Court. Kansas City, Mo., Dec; 23. Mis nourl's 2 cent passongor "rato law and tho maximum" freight rato law wero Saturday sustained when Judge Mc Phcrson of tho United Stntos district court dismissed "without projudlco" tho Injunctions of thirteen roads, pro hibiting tho Stato from onforcng tho 2 laws. Excess- rates paid while- tho Injunc tions wero effectlvo may now bo ro ashlppors and passengors. This decision means that Oklahoma people can travel from Oklahoma points to points within Missouri for u straight 2 cent fare. Slnco tho Ok lahoma 2 cent law was upheld tho roads In that Stato have been charg-l uK ccuio iur ua-muvu u "" ; tno passengers naa to pay cenw itolepnono COmblnatlonuuid Interpreted tnltn nn annn na flinv prnaRAti fno linn' . .'.'.- .. .. . .... mllo as soon as thoy crossed the lino Into Missouri. DURANT OrERA nOUSE. Tho bill for last nigh...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

o D U R A N T, OKLA., DAILY DEMOCRAT (( ? &QWMf& BOTH MMfE.lL M W&T1B ' - Ill xd! rBSRIl 'KffrM I'viS! hWffiSBlB I i TLkHiw IwHL Jfr!t RwJ)iYimn$ Rod ia Held 1 mmlFll vE2? w ROMANTIC and fascinating story of modern magic, a'ccredlted by tho German emperor, lies behind the recent visit to this country of two distinguished-looking Teutons. Several chapters were added to the tale of mystery and power dur ing their stay of three weeks. In the late summer or early fall they will return, they say, to observe the startling re sults of a secret demonstration now under way. To locate rich deposits of coal and Iron deep down In the earth by walking about on the sur face holding In one's hands a bit of wire or a twig of birch seems fit material for an old wlveB' tale. Yet that Is what the Landrat von Ulsar, a friend of Kaiser Wllhelm, announces he has accomplished In the far-reaching wilderness of northern Michigan and Wisconsin. And more. In a region In this country where thoprese...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

A' THE DURANT WEEKLY NXW8 f K 1 S--o EMMETT DALTOX IX DUttANT. Member of Famous Dalton Gang; Who . JJfatlo History at CoffcjTlllc, Now In Show Business. Thore woro shown at tho pungalo thoatro la this city Monday threo reolsof motion pictures giving tho llfo bstory at tho Dalton boys, onco this country's oncat 'desperate and most fonrod band of outlaws, whloh pictures woro made undor tho per ianal supervision of Kmmctt Dalton, tho solo survivor of tho famous Cof fpyvlllo raid, at -which tlmo his two brothers and two othors woro shot doad by a citizens' possce, and ho hlmsolf mortally wounded. Dalton, pneo an outlaw, whoso nnmo wag on every tongue, and -which name was feared, Is now a man passed 40 yoars of ago, erect in tlgure, of rioat appearance, oasy of manner and cool of speech, a perfect gentleman and a useful citizen. Mr. Dalton bollevof that tho showing of pictures of the llfo of tho Dalton gang- will bo a les son to young boys with wild Inclina tions, as tho pictures show th...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

THE DURANT- WEEKLY NEWS tr t "Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Drynn County. iPubllshcd every Thursday at 111 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mail mat ter at the postoftlco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March rd, 1870. 1 K. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, In advance, $1.00 lx Months, in advance,. .... .60 ADVERTISING HATES and circula tion statement will be furnished pros vective advertisers upon application Advertisements authorized without specified number of Insertions will be printed each issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself would voto for Harry Thaw to get his picture printed. Chcrokco Repub lican. "No, I am not going with Governor Cruco to christen tho battleship," says Lieut-Oov. McAlester, "nnd if ho leaves 1 am going to bo governor." , "That settles it," is tho reply of Gov....

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

THE DURA,NT WEEKLY NEWS J 8r V Public Health. BY DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE i CHRISTMAS C1IAIUT1' WILL ' BENEFIT HEALTH OF l'OOR. It will bo Christmas when Okla homa readers nro perusing this ar ticle Tbo season ot the year will ho .upon us when tho wk'olo world Bhoitld ho tilled with human love and human kindness. 'In your neighborhood, In every neighborhood In Ohlnhoirn, rrre nro and perhnpB will always bo, FooV children to bo looked after. This class of pople must of necessity bo given attention by public Institutions and theso Institutions must bo kept upon a great part at tho expense ot tho general public. If "an ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of euro," would It not bo a wlso policy at this Christmas season to sco to It that every poor child Is provided with waim clothing, warm shoes and stock ings? Wo all know that upon theso things depend to a considerable c.- tent tho health of tho neighborhood, and tho health ot tho general public. It Is n well proven fact that many of our...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

DURANT, OKLA., DAILY DEMOCRAT OSkl ZX IHENRY HQWiAND Z?sSc You may laugh at mr plana, you may say I m a fool to xpect to suecrpd. ' You may try to heap things In my way. You may answer mo "JJo" when I plead, You may plot to destroy mo and meet My overy advanrn with a frown, ' You mny spread out your snares for my foot. Hut you can't keep mo down! You may question my right to aspire, You may rati at my wish to inounl high. You mny hojd back tho aid I require, My worth you may grimly deny; You may try to entice me away I'nifii the path that leads up to re nown. QTou may scour so me and. scoff and be tray, Hut you can't keep me down! Tou may bring all your cunntg to tx-ar, Tor the purpose of breaking my will;' You m.iy load me with fetters to wear. You mny rail at my strength nnd my skill. You may rob mo of love and of trust. You may call mo knave, coward oi clown, You may prijsa my face Into the dust. Hut you can't keep me down! Why She Was Despicable. "I don't see why you should thin...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

DURANT, OKLA., DAILY DEMOCRAT :r EXCELLENT HINTS TO , , f? luJtfmSm 4lBaaaarJl 4taaaaaaaiJMP' ShBP ' The White 8plno Type of Cucumber (By nESSIB U PUTNAM.) I If the ground was well fertilized 1 before planting tho seeds, thorc will bo but little trouble through plants Uwludflfig In tho hot weather, pro viding tho soil Is kept light Much of tho trouble laid to drouth comes through plant starvation. Tho cucumber Is such a rank grower that It exhausts tho fertility of tho soil very quickly, unless somo reserve food is provided. If you havo not made duo provision for this In the planting, It may still be caBlly done by digging a large hole between each four hills, and fill ing this with tho fertilizer, mixing It as much as posslblo with tho soil. ' Rains will wash a part of tho fer tility down among tho roots, and tho plants will thus find a source of con stant renewal. This will keep them growing, and In vigorous condition throughout the Season, and the fruit formed under these conditi...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 December 1913

TMX DURANT WEEKLY MIWI GREETINGS . i 'HPHE Spirit 'of the Season prompts us to extend to you our best wishes for a Merry Christmas and may . the New Year be filled with JHealth, Happiness and Contentment. Kendall Clothing Co. "WHAT'S lVJIOXq Itf OKLAHOMA?" The Tnllncy of Mall Order Business Absence of Mall Order AtUcrtls. lily In Oklnliomn Farm Fnpcr. "Oklahoma Is naturally one of tho richest States in tho Union. In point of, agricultural and livestock produc tion, in normal years, oen In her present comparatively undeveloped condition, she ranks closo to Illinois, and Iown, and ahoad ot Missouri, Ne braska, Minnesota or Wisconsin. Sho at least equals Kansas. In addition, Oklahoma's oil, ga8, coal, timber, building stone and materials bring Immense wealth Into 4 tho State each yqar. And yet something Is tho mat ter. What Is It? It takes pklahoma's wheat crop to pay tho Interest on Oklahoma's real estate mortgages each year. The money practically all goes out of tho State. Millions m...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 January 1914

.. 7' ,," v DURANT WEEKLY NEWS official II81IIA?Elt OP THS COUNTY OP BRAH t tv Ll lamtwfujf, i - i ',''' K Tim xyjit. n .?if7 ir- J. ' .?. 0- Caddo and KcMCflck lo bo In on-. nay reposition Directors' Ardmefe Meeting. Tho directors of tho Oklahoma, Tex as and Gulf Highway Association hold nn 'executive Besslon at tho Whlttlng ton Hotel in Ardraoro Friday night. Tho meeting was an enthusiastic oae, and tho highway was oxtendod lo NoWton, Kansas. Tho Association was "divided Into threo divisions with " "thro vico presidents. Tho Texas di vision extends fioni Red River to Dal las, Toxad. Tho Oklahoma division oxtonds from Rod River to tho Canad ian river, botwoen Paula Volley and Norrann. Tbo Kansas-Oklahoma dtvf alon extends from tho Canadian rlvar to Newton, Kansas. These divisions will 'hold sopnrato meetings and will Slvo their attention to their divisions. Secrotary-Trcnsuror Ward tendered his icslgnation to tho association, which. was accepted with regret. I J Milburn, Hold sccro...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 January 1914

artAt... I.. --' THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS J 1M KOOM HOTEL FOR nUHAXT. rromlncnt Capitalist Will Tko $.10,. 060 Stock In Company. Citizens to Consider. A prominent capitalist of St. Louis, Mo,, who tins mndo Bovornl trips to Durant of late, lms let It leak out that ho plans the organization In Durnnt of n 150,000 Btock company which will erect n modern flvc-story, hundred room hotel, nnd that ho himself, with others, will guarantee $30,000 of the total issue of Btock, No Blto was suggested, and no def inite plan announced, save that the proposal to erect a flvo-story. flro- proof, strictly modern hostelry In this ! city would bo carried out without fall and at ns early a date as possible, j Within the next few days the Cham-1 ber of Cominerco will hold a meeting I and discuss the mattor, and prominent ' local citizens have expressed thpin-' eolvcs as bolng willing to take their snaro oi tno siock, ana as being anx ious to -sco the plnn carried out Im mediately. Tho. gentleman nt the he...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Wr PRODUCERS' INTEREST NOT CONSIDERED IN HANDLING AND MARKETING COTTON $Mcfl of Markets Shows how, Cotton Growers ' Sustain Great Losses Which Might ho Ailvolitcil by Co-operation. "ThorO Is not a single important wtop or process In 'the omlra hnndllnrj and marketing achemo which owes lfs origin to a special consideration of tho producer's Interests" Is one of tho conclusions reported by the oince oi )n iocnl markots In Oklahoma ns om Markots of tho U. S. Department of pnrC(i with tno Galveston cloulm: nrlco Agrlculturo Iti Its bulletin No. 30, ot Novomber 15, 1013, on Studies or t n-, -mary Cotton Market Conditions in Ok lahoma". This bulletin can bo ob tained free, as long ns tho supply lasts l)y application to tho Department. Thoso studies began In October 1012. They havo covered 103 cotton market towns Jn Oklahoma, Involved tho sam pling ot over 3,200 bales of cotton with records of dato, placo of sale, and prlco paid to growpr. They also In volved careful...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 January 1914

THE DURANTJ WEEKLY fcEWS Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published ovory Thursday at 114 N. "Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second cIdbs mall mat ter at the postofflco at Durant,. Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March Brd, 1879. m. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' One Year, In advance, ..$1.00 Blx Months, In advance, .50 , i ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without upeclfled number of insertions will be printed each Issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. $ 4 I AM. (John 14 :C and others.) Our Lord doth say, 1 am tho way, Then meekly como to Mo; For ho who shall My Father know, MuBt from all sin bo free. From error free the truth I am, Tls -willed thou thus shall bo; If thou wilt rest In heaven above, Through...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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