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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 17 October 1907

""FOR SALE BY tltUsM ALL DRUGGISTS BJORSENTBY MAIL POSTPAID ON RECEIPT Of. PRICE 25 CENTS. MANTJFAf.TTTRF.n RY TeMtesHlCreamO? WACO. TEXAS. LADY AGENTS WANTED in every city ot town where wo have not already an established agency. We should like an ener getic, capable woman to represent ut and to sell Rotifer's Artesia Preparations. Full particulars tent on application. Address all Communications to ARTESIA CREAM CO, WACO, TEXAS. SICK HEADACHE Positiv ely cured by these Utile Pills. They also re) (era Dis tress from Dyspepsia., In dlffffltlonandToollPartjr Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dltiloeee, Nau sea. Drowsiness, D ad Tail Id the Month, Coat ed Tongue. Fain In tbe Side, TOItX'ID L1VEH. Vhey regulate the Dowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL FRIGE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. FPfitf 4 O Denton Co., r&teea euceess- r, A 41 four ereryatapie crop grown in -i-einaicoiion,wnraiicorn,oaiB, ,lfa1fa,,aorghum, millet, Inrley, rye, truck,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 17 October 1907

'WW H. K. ENLOE, t RESIDENT DENTIST. Offl'. T-Mw 74. Pe l Jem e 'Phnns SO. vvavtitK 5 LOCAL Nl:VS. HX 1 lis ilo jniir ih printing. fiT.it rl.iss notfc Ainl e.ii.,m.it,li! prut. The host uf cut) tiring In the grocery line .it Wlbiiis. AUson & Hanly Imilillnf,. Mel SrhantK'p and family left Tnes ilay (or Denver, where they will isii relative lor two or three weeks. We wiOi them a pleasant trip. The latest in Ladies' belts, just received at Gaul VV. Bikksach's On The Corner. (I. M. Harwell left Tuesday for n trip through Arkansas and Texas, and will probably be gone as long as bis money lasts. E. A. Willams wants your product., and will pay highest price. Mason 6 Har.lv block. Jas E. Morris ha bad a smokestack erected, preparatory to putting in a steam heat plant in Ms handsome Williamson street residence. Hound to be up-to-date. Shoes by the thousand, at rock bottom prices. Come, take a look at them. Carl V. Biersach. On Tlie Corner Geo. Kahrs, of the Topper Dry Goods Co., moved M...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

Morgan County I he Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. TIic Largest and Beat NcwspupSf Published in Morgan Counly, Mo. $1.00 per year In advance. lean CENTRAL MISSOURI FAUMING, MINING, KHAL 1SSTATI0, UAILHOAD AND (JISNI4KAL NKWS. W. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, October 24, 1907. No. 44 li ice $1.00 per veiir in advance. Republ The Republican, (Successor to Tint DHMOCRAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprlotor. IStUereit In the Tost Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription Vrlce,. , . . ,$,Vl) a Year. 'Phone No. 13J. . Advertising Rates. Jilly tuWrrtUlns, by the year to Averfipe Tour indies or more, 8c. p-r Inch each Itmur. l'rof ps(onal cards, oue Inch, 50 ccuts per month I wo Inchca, 75 cent pet motitli. , Locals five Hue, or over. 5 cents r line for flrrt ttmttlon; IJfc, ler line fur each lubxcqtieiit luvrtlou. Ill Muck type 10 cent jr line for first Inserti...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCH, Publltherr VERSAILLES, Missoimi Will England Ptclflc, toot tend a fll to th The Pall Mall Oazett states that nobody hat ever really te tho ,un' rrobably meaning, nobody In London. So manyomtn baviTbccn detected tmuggllna; that dodging the customs officers would teem to rival bridge at a feminine fad, WlrelestolegraphTTwblnes and Boating hoteli are taking the romanco out of the mighty deep and tubstltut Ins solid comfort for It. Prudence and deiperatlon character lie the great general; the first quality prepare him for fight and the laat wins with one grand charge. Carping critics who object to prlie rlng faking ehould remember that In the pugilism butlncss the box office mot naturally figure largely. A Pullman conductor says the "up per berth li Just aa comfortable aa tie lower." Of course. And It la even more picturesque to get Into. Perhapi the greatest requisite for a druggist I not knowledge but sum dent presence of mind to avoid put ting ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

Sure Cure. "You will never break up automo bile speeding by timing (ho automo biles," bantered the stranger In tbo big goggles. "Maybo not, neighbor," drawled the rural constable with tha huge star, "but we havo broken up a lot of speed ing by timing the ehauftuors." "Timing the chauffuers?" "Yes, giving them sixty days' time In the county Jail." Chicago Dally News. Pa's Fault. "Johnny," asked tho Sunday school teacher, "what havo you learned about Jonah and tho whale?" "NothlnV "Nothing? Surely you did not for get that I told you lost Sunday we wero going to hare Jonah and the whnlo for our lesson to day." "I didn't forget It, but pa says he don't want mo to rend about any more of these nature fakes." Chicago Rec ord Herald. The Art of Milking. Suburban Resident Yes, I want ft useful man about ray country place. Can you milk? Apidlcant Yls, sor. "Which side of a cow do you sit on when milking?" "W'ull, Bor, 01 never milked but wan cow, an' she wut a kicker; an', bedad, a good dalo ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

Mr. William A. KadforJ will answer questions and titi adMce rittlB OP COST on all subjects pertaining in the subject of hull Jlr.s for the reader of this paper. On account of his wld expe rience as Editor, Author and Manufac turer, he 1. wttl.out doubt, the hlchest fttnnomy on an mese suojecia. Anortu all inqulrlea to tVllllam A, lladford, No. tfii vu avii.. ChlrAiro. 111.. And only enclose two-cent ump for reply. For a corner lot or an extra wide lot like a square house with a four sided roof. This style of roof has been popular for cottage houses for a great many years. In fact. It used to be known In the cast as a cottage roof because In Now York, and other eastern states, square built one story houses were common. Some of these cottage houses were so largo that the roof needed all the support possible, and this pointed peak stylo was found especially suitable. It looked well then, and it looks well now, but wo make these roofs much steeper and add a few root windows which enable...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

ur artiiur henry CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "Do you mind tolling mo what It was?" "Wllloughby, tlio man who was killed, loved a Miss Brett Bho was at this hotel last night with her moth er. They heard of my being hero, and did mo tho honor to send for me, and to aBk from me tho dotalli of the tragedy." I.ocko's heavy face was agitated equally by sympathy and surprise "Miss Ilrott!" ho cried. "That must be tho sister of Sir Mortimer Brett." "You know her?" I demanded eagerly: "I have never teen hor, but I know something of Sir Mortimer. Ho Is the most rlcthresquo figure In tho English diplomatic service." "Why nlcturostiuo? That Is a stranco adlcctlvo to describe a Brit ish minister. Who is he, and how do you happen to know him?" "Ho Is consul general and minister plenipotentiary at Sofia, Bulgaria. There Is not an attacho In Europe to day who has not an Inquisitive eye cocked at 8Ir Mortimer Brett" "And his claims to distinction?" "Two only, my dear fellow, but they are sufficient to ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

MmmMs Wtm off The betrothal of Mist Gladys Van derbllt, daughter of Mrs. Cornelius Venderbilt, Sr., and the young Count Laszlo Szechenyl of Budapest, Hun bary Vg marriage to take place on December 4), had the dash of an An thony Hope romance about It. What's more, the young people, knowing all the facts of the case, must be laugh ing In their sleeves at the sensation caused by the vague rumors from Newport that found their way into print From what Austrian officials In this country say, the so-called sensation was quite a cut-and-drled affair. One of the richest of American girls had been formally betrothed In a Hun garian castle weeks before, and on that occasion the details of the "American betrothal In October" had been arranged. Then a young Hun garian nobleman bad dropped quietly Into Newport to play his part In the formalities. The first surprise over, every one asked: "Who Is Count Laszlo Szechenyl:" Therein lies the romance of the story. Only the last chapter properly belong...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

NO STAIN ON HI3 RECORD. That's Where the Driver Had the Beit of the Preacher. A Now York clergyman, who often spends his vacnllon In Ashing the streams of the Adlrondacks, was on one trip adopted by a hnndsomo Bet ter dog, which Insisted on following him from camp to camp, as he moved along the stream. One day he met a party of men working upstream with a native guide. The guide Immediately recognised the dog as his own property. "Trying to steal my setter, are yout" ho shouted at the clergyman. "I'll have you to jail for thtsl There's a law In the woods Just as big as you have In the city." Tho clergyman endcavorcl to ox plain that bo was an unwilling com panion of tho dog, which had refused to bo driven away, but to llttlo effect .until he added a two-dollar bill to his arguments. "It's queer what strange things hap pen to a man up hero," he said to the stage-driver who later carried him away from the woods. "That Is tho first time I was ever accused of steal ing a dog." "Yes, sir...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 24 October 1907

H. K. ENLOE, RESIDENT OENTIST. OlfVf'tVm. 39. t HKltftkftltllHftllftftllil LOCAL NEWS. 1 W-)9 It ni tin ntiT jnh printing, first c!sm work n,l rcft-fuMr tfrcs. V.. M. Tcilfl. a prnmlnrnl i.ut side rt n 1 bici'iK-r, w h in tiiun Mimtay. 'llif iK'st nl cicry tiling in tlio jjinrcr) line at Will.uns. Mason & Hatily liuiMin, John I'. Tiililn aillrr.fil a l.uge and onlhiisi.itlic g.ithcrin;; at Kurlnna Sn inliy cv emu;; on tlio lor.il option tirtinn. nliit-lt U turn- open for ill's fission in MumlvMH rminty. The latest in Ladies belts, just received at CAM. W. BlIiRSACffS On The Corner. Mr. A. It. l!rnnn, of Ionia, lias. 1'cen in Vers.iille for several days looking met Morgan county inwst luents. H. A. Will mis wants jour proilucc. and tull imy liiglieft prices. Mason llatdy block. Klem Harrison was over in Camden rountylist week on business, and the wonder is, how did he eer find Ins way home he was alone. Shoes by the thousand, at rock bottom prices. Come, take a look at them. Caul...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

Morgan County Republ The Largest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial Slate. $1.00 per year in advance,' f itcLaricst and Best NcivspnpEF Published In Morgart Cdtihty; 1Mb; $1.00 fifcr ycaf In advance; lean. CENTRAL MISSOURI PAHMINO, MINING, UHAIj ESTATK, UAILKOAI) AND UENKKAL NEWS. W. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, October 31. 1907. No. 46 Prifcc Sf.OO per ycflY ifr acJva'hfcc. The Republican, (Successor to Till! I)i!MOcnAT.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. ISnlcred 111 Hie Post Office at Versatile, Missouri as second class mall matter. Subscription l'rlce fl.OO a Vcnr. 'Pliona No. 135. Advertising Kates. r.ir-li rttinhii:. l. the year, to average in nu .i, -. i in.' i ' ,c. per Inch encli Wti-. i ' -i. ! .hi' one inch, W cents per in )i.-s .3 cent r-r iiuinth. - ivt lines or o,-er. 5 cents jwr title for mettluni 2Jc. per line foreaclt tuWuent -i (ion. In M.ick 1)m 10 centt jicr line for, ,ii insertion. 5 cent per line for ejeh...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

Morgan County Republican W."w. KINLOCH, Publisher. VERSAILLES, MISSOURI Silence la a great reasoner. A had habit Is a tyratifniaiilor. Crime Ic Immediate punishment. Those who forget kind deeds arc not of generous birth Dally brain nnd body worry Is a constant grave-digger If volcanoes continue to come up In Arctic waters they may yet furnish a dry and warm passage way to the pole Now they hare "acute confuslonal Insanity " That's the way a man feels when he (roes Into a dry-goods store on a bus) day Bishop Candler's severe" strictures rn sissy rellclon' will be resented by the sissies If they have a spark of manhood In them. The melancholy days have eorno, the saddest of the ear, when wlfey shops for a new fall hat and sends the bill to hubby dear. fliyslclana who say that Americans eat too much meat will come under some suspicion of having been subs! dlied by the Chicago packers. Now that New Zealand Is a domin ion there will be no living with It, for goodness knows It put on enou...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

SEEING THINGS WITH THE GOOGAN GIRLS 3 ftf Voter cfttleai, AtWic. n4 Ifnpkifcatlo tnltUae la All t ant of aay t&Uf itsd for THE GOOGAN GIRLS, 'Phone 00 Toot-tool Sludlo 365 Tallest Building THE QIRLS GIVE MOTOR ADVICE AT FANCY PRICES. By Helena Smith Dayton. Pictures by Angle Breakspear. "Tho only thing )opla would rath er iay for than got for nothing Is ad vice," remarked Tilly (Joogan sagely, as she studied the appointment book. "Hero nro seven persons coming for our opinion this afternoon!" "Who are they and what about?" demanded Lilly "You made tho ap pointments while I was away" "Losing tho Googans' hard-earned dollars," supplemented Tilly, "But speaking of our clients, none of them stated their cases. Thero's a Mrs. Whczlcton Pembroke " Tilly read from the engagement book. "Never heard of her,' Interrupted Lilly. "No doubt she wants us to ar- Jonathan Hicks Had Been range for her presentation at court, having heard we can do any kind of a stunt." "And Francois do Dole,' con...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

Loss and a Gain By May Belleville Brown Hoc Window gloried In the fact j ttiat she was a descendant or the May flower iilpilms. The thiee uilume ecnealogt on the llbiao shelf, which sboned the effeels of frequent use, I established the fnrt, as well as the letter anil relics that. In the dtls!on and redUIMon of household pods, had fallen to her ttranrh of the family. She proudly wote the badges of the Daughter i f the American Hevolutlon. of the I'olonlnl Dainra. and of the Mavficucr Descendants, and sat In (he rcunrlls of these orders. Her por'rait had been palmed In the fash Ion of the Puritan Hope Wlnslo. and she had a colonial room fitted tin In her home ! think you are very' prjvoklng. ' she exclaimed, "and quite lacking In the right k.nd of pride. You know that jour name a originally Alden, und that vou could estnbllsh your line through the original Alden family." "Of course." admitted the young man good-naturedly: hut my father and grandfather were both John Klden. and their ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

J3T ARTHUR HEMW VESEY" CHAPTER X.-rContlnued. I liakcd at In this manner tho ghast ly portent was vividly suggested. The npstrlls of tho two heads together formed tho eyes of tho death-mask; the mustache of tho father raado the eypbrows; and the brow and tho eyes of the boy prince formed tho nose and mouth. And mora horrible than tho death-mask Itself was a wound In tho temple, from which flowed a streak of blood. "This wound," I asked, shuddering, "Is It merely a coincidence? Tho look of agony the staring ej'es Is, that meant to be a menace, a threat of a violent death?" "Can you doubt It?" demanded Locke, replacing tho envelope care fully In his pocketbook. "That death mask Is regarded by n largo portion of Ferdinand's dissatisfied subjects as a 'heavenly sign.1 That llttlo stamp, I venture to say, Is ft death-knell for Ferdinand It Introduces Into Bui garlan politics an awful and solemn note." "A 'heavenly sign?'" I asked, shud dering again. "Hut he still lives?" "Yes; at present...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

19 THERE A CENTRAL SUNT An Interesting Query Advanced By English Astronomer. Under this title the probability of the exlstcnre of n vast centrnl body of which our own tm. with the train of attendant planet l but a satellite, It dlscused In Knowledge and Scientific News by r W Henkel. a fel low of the Itoynl Astronomical society. After describing the difficulty In de tecting the apparent motion of the fixed stars, due to the drift of our solar s.istem through space, and the reasons for our present certainty that such motion exists. Mr. Henkel goes on to say ' Many of the stars have been found to possess proper motions displacing them gradual! In their relative posl tlons. but the most remarkable thing of all Is to find that In many cases neighboring stars hne proper motions nearly the same In direction and amount This, of course, Is partly due to the sun's motion In space causing this apparent agreement, but allow ing for this, there Is no doubt that very many arc physically connecte...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

THE CANADIAN CROPS THREE-QUARTERS OF THE AVER AGE YIELD IS REPORTED. THE FARMERS DO NOT LOSE Increased Price for Grain More Than Compensates Them for the De create In Quantity Reports from Crop Experts, Moat of the states of the union felt the unusually severe winter of 1900-7, and the effects of the? succeeding late spring were everywhere apparont. Corn was planted two and sometimes three times, the winter wheat suffered and generally there was a nervous feeling as tho retarded growth was In evidence. From the Dakotas to Texas tho feeling of dread existed, and tho (ears were entertained that tho crop of corn, wheat, oats and barley would be a distinct failure. How far this was tho case Is best left to those who passed through the experience. Natur ally the same conditions were preva lent throughout theiprovlnco of Mani toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, In western Canada, and with from 2u0, 000 to 300,000 farmers thero from the United States a large degree of Inter est was manifest In...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 31 October 1907

pivi.l(HK.,,. p,r the best groceries for the lcastl lust received-a shipment of find November term of Probate ronrtl W. c. T. II. riZT i " ' H. K. ENLOE, ' RESIDENT DENTIST. OI(l' "J1 . Hc,l Jess ttiMi. 74. 30. 3 . r a t n r. r. it r. K n t , S LOCAL NliWS. V I., i ni do nnr job ptinlrnf-. first law w.irk avd res"iMlte pni-i-s, The lir-t ,f oet tiling in the ,r.ici-rv line at itl.tiiis. Mason & Hard building. Janus I! V.i"ri.li trlil. a proniii - em farmer, of Utile Morgan, vvns in ' if ritj l.it I'rmrsd.iy on lniincss. I'lie blest in Lu.ies' belts, jiiMt received at Caul V. Hikrsach's On The Currier The High hool ipds will give a iljllo.v'ecn puty nt the school honsc this evening ( t'liiirtd.1)), and cvpeei ! h ive full bushel of Inn. i:. A. ':!lann wants jour product, anil ml! pav highest puces. Mason v l i .ri!v IiIih k. A post ran) from (. M. Hargett, Shreveport, l.i., savs he is having a good time, but didn't say anjthing about hunting "bar." J lines Ynugluin ami f.miilv. o...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 November 1907

( Morgan County Republican. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, HEAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Th6 Latest Country Newspaper Published in the Imperial State. $1.00 per year In advance. the Largest and Best Newspal5Cr Published in Morgan Coifntyy Wo. $1.00 pcf y'cAf In danccv W. V . Kinloch, Editor and Proprietor. EIGHTH YEAR. Versailles. Mo., Thursday Morning, November 7, 1907. No. 46 Pi ice $100 per )t-ai: in advance. The Republican, (Successor to Tim Dhmocrat.) W. W. KINLOCH, Proprietor. Entered in the Post Office at Versailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. Subscription Price fl.00 a Year. Phont No. 135. Advertising Rates. Display advertlftlng, by tlx year, to average four inches or more, Stjc. per Inch each is.ue. Professional cards, one Inch, 50 cents per month; two Inchea, ?5centa per month. Loeala five lines, or over, 5 cents per Hue for Brat Insertion; iiic. per line for each subsequent usertlon. In black type to cents per line for Irst Insertion, 5 cents per H...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County republican. — 7 November 1907

Morgan County Republican W. W. KINLOCH, Publisher. vnnBAiu.Es, - Missouri Wlto people misfortune!. seldom tulle of their Favors granted without asking are doubt' valuable. The shrewdest robber leaves foot prints of hit crimes. ileal Is going up so fast that pretty toon very little of It will be going down Planter 'fell In a barber" f hop and nearly killed four men. They bad a dote tharo. Daniel's comet Is said to haTe a Browing tall 1.000.000 mllet long, but It It In no danger of being stepped on. One hundredChlnamen raid the tax of 500 a head, and were admitted , to Canada, which puts Canada 150,000 ( ahead. Once more It Is "reasonably tain" that Mars la Inhabited, what of It? Hare they got money? Ministers In Cleveland are about to form a union, and now, wo suprote, will begin an agitation for an eight bour week. Two hundred dishes may be made from corn, says a Chicago cook. Surely whisky la not a dish, even In Chicago dialect. Wu Ting Fang Is coming back to this country as minist...

Publication Title: Morgan County Republican
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