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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1908

ickwlls Sellilel-JournaI LISHED EVEBi TIIURSDAY MORNIG. ho Senoinol-Journal Company. TUOMFSON & RICHEY. PRoPM. J. L. o. TIIOMPSON. EDITon. ubscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. lored at Pickens Fustoice as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908. Broke Loose Again. "It is a reproach to the Amer an people that the two great >itical parties of this country -, dominated absolutely by vo men-the Republican party Theodore Roosevelt and the emocratic party by William -nnings Bryan. "It is a. reproach t) the white sople of the country, and par cularly to the white people of e South, that any such con mtion as that to be held at enver is possible among a free id self-respecting people." Again the News and Courier eaks loose. The obsession is rrible; the lack of reason pa jetic. If Bryan "dominates" to party, in what manner is is grip made effective? Just the moment when Roosevelt "dominating" the Republican irty in the culmination of a um...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1908

d Sentinel-Journal RRAy .A eta Local and Personi Nature. out-town are growing Tb - : ain gang Is now locate< on the iasley road, near town, The Baptist Sunday school h to have a big picnic at an early (lay. Messrs. J. C. Garrett and - Tate, of Norris, were in Pickenk Saturday. No use to do without pie these days. Did you ever set so many blackberries? Mrs. Tres Folger, from Colo rado, was visiting relatives and friends in Pickens last week. B. A. Hagood and family of Charleston, arrived in Pickenc yesterday to spend the heate( term. Mr. F. A. Fendley of Pickens, left last Saturday for a short visit to his brother at Coal Creek, Tennessee. . J. F. Banister of Liberty, s to hold a family re-unior f Sunday. It will be an eiijoyable event to all. W. L. Stansell, wife and four children, of Greenville, are on a viSit to the former's sister, Mrs. W. L. Jenkins, in Pickens. Mrs. R. A. Bowen of Pickens. and daugjhter, Mrs. QQra Holder, visited the family of her son~, Charles N. Bowen, in ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1908

Copyright: I7: by Dyron Williams. Romance of a Stfret-CaF Po. MOND)Ay, r several jnorningin uiWv e seen Her stop the car at Wilson street. I've, noticed in my daily ritle. U."r htayi is brown, her fate ist Awfe S~he took thet t-ill ld'itt boy It. ' I innde a hitiff it raou.'- - 0.de: Put (144r jav - ...g flews. l Ier ' . ,,per stile a look. ...veks are rel vet y and pink; Her eyes-she kept upon a book. 'Twas "Isabelle", or sonetlhing like, And she w:ts burlIled in the same. I wonder who tem doeue she is And what she is, and what's ter name, This city life is pretty flerve! Just see that poor (hi woman there. She has a basket full of truck, And In her face are seams of care. P'erhaps she's going down to scrub In some skyseraper by the lake IProne on her hands and knees, to rub Away the filth the heedless make! TUESDAY. Al, here's a bloke! Just sniff this beet Ih! Great snooks, ht this is tanyard air! Hormedtimes when I sit next a smell, It shocks my brealhfast egg for fair! But, anyh...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1908

-~ ~ A ESSIE'S STORY By ELLEN FRIZF.4 WYCOFF (Copyright.) The pobtman's whistle sounded clear, and sharp down the street. Misu Brent's heart gave a. qu ck throb, and she saw her cheeks flush as she tied her-hat on before the little looking glass. ' - Now the whistle was nearer. She went to the door and waited. Suppose she had won the. prize! Again her heart throbbed and her cheeks flushed. - She held out her hand as the man stopped before her. A low groan es -caped her lips as he handed out a thick package. She went inside and laid it 'under some books on the hall table. Again she had failed. She waited long enough to brush the hot tears from her eyes, and then hurried oit of the house and down'to' the store where her long, tiresome days were dragged out. The lamp was burning in the hall when she- came back: Snatching the thick package from its hiding place she went up to her room. "A letter, Dolly?" Miss Brent kissed the pale face that turned so gladly toward her. "Nothing of impor...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 25 June 1908

Liberty. I long to see the time come 'When the f arm er won't have to Inke tilt imercllant's weights onI oneasures, both in the buy iOUn au1d thE selling. The farm r ke (corn, cot.toni, lard, iueat, eggs or butter to town; ihe merlhunt don't take his, s w1d for i hl ilinlbr o)f pounlds w h I inh <(f ()oens of eggs. No, thew uninnst I' veigled or unted hv ilie ierchant or his ,lirk, and then lhe tells the fa rmer what lie will give, and nine wtlim3 1>t of ten the pro dullcerl -.vill t:ke just what he is' ,ffenF d. l ,t the farnlers and h eir v's. tio. organize and Ilen keip in to'uch with the uarkt repirts of supply and delmand, :1141 thel let them price ol thi wn products. Yon know. bither farnier ,,r ought to have some idea w;hat it c()sts to raise corn, cot il, Inleat, hanl, etc.; the wo iment (oiuit to know what it costs to raise chickens or a pomin1 of butter, and if they r'oinot get the wowth of it, why t Ak, it batck homec. i)o not take any but good s.ized, fat (hlickens...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

- SE T THE SENTINEI2;JUkA7 Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. O., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879. V L. "ZVIhIS 11C19, BOUK CAEOINA, THURMDAY JULY, 2 1908 BATTLESHIP SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, June 23.-When the next battleship of Uncle Sam's navy. is launched the warship will be christened South Carolina by Miss Frede rica Ansel, daughter of the gov ernor of this state. The launch ing of the ship will take place on July 11th of July at the Cramps ship yard, Philadelphia. Governor Ansel has sent out latters to his staff asking them to accompany him to the launch ing and he stated that his daugh ter would christen the ship. The ceremonies are in charge of the builders of the ship, who have requested Governor Ansel to bring his party and partici pate in the launching, the cere .nonies of which are simple. .After the launching the party w.ll be entertained at luncheon ty the contractors, when two -or three short speeches are to be made. The United States...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

IMR Try a laugh whe the sigh fails. Work will go easier and better if you think it out ahead. fled the horses well so they will not bruise their knees on the floor. You help yourself when you help your neighbor to he a better farmer Mix your feeds dry and wet after wards, if you want to secure a good mixture. 1!Eggs from the best of the two-year. old layers are considered best for hatching. With a goodly flock of chickens the farmer Is never at a loss for a little ready money. Where crude petroleum is obtain. able at a low eiiough price it makes a practical drorsing for roads. When buying stock for breeding purposes be willing to pay the price which will secure the good grade ani. mal. If the temperatuore of your fruit and vegetable cellar ranges too high open the door during the night and close it during the day. The mistakes of the past should be coml steppilg stones to bettor things this year. not stumn 'intig blocks which tire going to lurinog further failure. To sell the corn o...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

,4 MRS. FENT3N OTTLEY. Model School b a Woman's Club By Mrs. Fenton Oiey e Prominent Southern Woman Tells How Woman's Club Ren dered Practical Assistance to a Comnunity--Deplorable Condi tions in Public Schools Where Children Attend Only Three Months a Year-Interest Stimu lated by Model County Schools College Graduates Teach Chil dren Domestic Sciences, Carpen try and Gardening. %co- q iIlil, by Joseph B3. IDowlea.) (Mi's. Fonto Otti-. O:e <af tIe le td Ing women in publie reform Inovements ,. h .quii, is a ciarter me:nbl-r o t tan ta WoAfn's club, annd has beenl its an's Clubs for the state of (Ge6rgia, as first chairman of the state idutitr'~a coa mission, which did inuci Work for thc. Xnfy of (Aiid.g'or ab01s., an citahrmato o?, hestate Colinission on arts and crafts, andti as one of Georgla's Vounmit toe of three to consider the color line <uestion. Mrs. Ottley is a Mississipplan b birti and rearing, but has resided ia Allanta since her nau'riage. hier husband beitig a ban...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

Piokenls Sentinel-Journal PUBjISIjED EVEi1Y TIHURISDAY MOINING. -BY The Sentinel-Journal Company. TFOMPOON & RICEY, PROPS. J. L. 0. TioMPSoN. EmiTon. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising R ites lensonable. Entered at Pickens r'ustoillce as Second Class Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.: THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1908. Salmagundi. She was an artist: "'I pt mly arms around her waist, The color left her cheek: But on the shoulder of my coat It stayed about a week." Nearly everybody in the U. S. Senate calls Senator Scott, of West Virgin ia, "Scotty." Harry Taylor, aged 13, of .Lon1g Island, se ra'tcied a ios (uiito biti' aid bloodl poisoning follved, re-Ilt lg ill deathl. A big religiu revil in Nexw York Citxy this snluner will be mniag1e2I'd by Ilv. I)avid C. Hulglh(es, fit he1 '1f thle t1totvernior (I Nevw Y oIk. Mr-'. Hairriet IfO(O,(df Thler 111ol))lis, \VY(., was elected by the state lDemcrat ic c(011 venit ioll Of ler state as an1 altrniate to he tint ional coniveition. Tliodore Roosev...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

ickons Sentinel-Journal H appeoings of a Local and. Personal Nature. quite house - a good C. E. Robinson and Major Nimmons wont to the Oolenoy section Tuesday, on business. Mr. Ben McDaniel returned Monday from a pleasant visit to his father in Rutherfordton, N.C. Lend a helping hand to the U. D. C. and also enjoy a treat by going to the entertainment Thursday. The friends of Doc Pace are pleased to so him on the streets again, after 'being~ critically ill for some time. The Layman's Missionary meeting was well attended at Enon last Sunday and the col lection was fine. Charles Foster an(d Vance Featherstone, two fine young men from the Peter's Creek sec ton, spent Monday in town. Messrs. Larry Thornley, Geo. S. Legare, Bailey Robinson and C. Bacon and Master Bill Legare are off to the mountain streams on a fishing.) trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bacon, of Charleston, S. C., arrived in Pickens a few days ago, and while here will be the guest of ' ' ' S. Legare. Atlanta, is in Pickens and Mrs...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

Bargai all the tiii everyor Tender S It's charitable to yo not fair to your feet t< soles when they smat Your soles are inten< plenty of use, and the: shoes are right. St smooth inner Crossett the foot-comfortable, (CR0O C . Ro S, Makes . 00 ooCALL ON V 4em"" LEwis A NOR Spring, and wo\\To)len1s- and tion , O r Votto: "Q Importance of Drawing in Our Public Schools. So many people have t-hc wrong iflhmiression of the uses of drawing in our public schools Tlhe seem to think that its only aim is to make a pretty draw ing or picture, and its education al value ends there. How lit tie do they realize that it is one o1 the fundamental studies, and i' is just as important in the de velopment of a child's life am mind in fields of usefuilness a~ number and language work. Drawing is one of the oldes and simplest ways of expressin thought. It is a language tha is c'Om mon to all nations, am has been from time immemorial It was the Principal mediun used by the ancient EgyptIani in handin...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

W. L. GASSAwAv. 11. J. CASH - Of SAFE, SOUF OPENDI Capi Farmers E Has every facility solicits the acco Manufacturers, in PEOPLE. Saviii Call now and I i f you have an i have you entrust Inteiest paid o $i .oo starts an H ERE If at any time 3 an accomiodation ctre'ul considerat CENTRAL Has on hand several c Cotton Seed Meal $ Cotton Seed Hulls ( When the Republic, ,Ytes yelled "Four yen * odore," vhile th to nmli)inate Ta preciselv that foi 'ft would mean foi of deOluted Rooseveltis umbia State. When Pi Hair Fa Then it's time to act! I to study, to read, to ment I You wvant to saa hair, and save it quick So make up your mi very minute that if ye ever comes out you 3 Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ii the scalp healthy. T: stays in. It cannot c thing else. It's -nature The best kind of a testimi " old fo*i over sixty y AlomnufGteourr SsARSAP) Some fruit growers make -of washing their fruit tre year with soap suds. The -is scraped off. This destro; hiding places for injuriou .After the scraping was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 2 July 1908

Battle of Williamsburg. rihle twilight Is falling. I am .ooking~ over one of the most be(auntiful landscapes that make .h1 variled charnis among the roaei ilIs of Pickens county. Th swaIlows aire cutting tle ','ning air with their tireless in. ''lie soft waking lullaby ,f he whiIIppoorwill is linking -h* li5.it of the day to the star kt mistury of the night. The -, -phI vrs com up from the valley to bring the fragrant breath of :t11 Iho wild flowers. All these ! -ant voices fell from the lips of lane iattare on the evening be fore the hat Ile of Williamsburg. Many of the bravo sons of Moith Carolina's soil heard them UP1 ilore. There's no muiusic to soothe the dull. ( old ear of death! Tinte, pha e and circumstances Jf "the now" s often tell again :hc storV of t ha past. It. was oil May the 5th,1862, in Virginia, that the Battle ofWil ai nisburg was fought. Early A pil, General J. B. McGru kr with a force of eleven thou sou nwn foun(l himself well nigh surroishd by the army 4of Gien...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

E SINTIN Entered April 28, 1908 at PikensS, at; seopd class matter, under act of ougres of March 8, 1879. VOL. XXXVIlI' s FCES93, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY JULY' 9 1900N8 Cateechee. With the copious showers of late and ' plenty of sunshine, -verything of a green nature is growing fast and looking well. Well, the little place of Norris is no longer to be a broad place in the road, but hereafter is to be styled a town. It has been incorporated, with Enos Tate as! intendent, and J. C. Garrett, E. C. McWhorter, W. R. Johns-' ton and Dock Newton as war-' dens. L. P. Moser is the mar shal, with W. Maddox as his assistant. . They have been making it hot for the trans gressors. One coon caught a freight train to steal a ride. He was caught and fined $3; released on the promise to pay the fine in so ma ny -days. When time was ip the marshal went to collect the fine, the coon refused to pay it, and marshal went to arrest him,i when coon showed fight, and did fightlike a bulldog. After sro long...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

FAO G S ARM Good plowing Is absolutely essential to good tillage. Do not try to churn the cream if it is over 60 degrees in temperature. Feed wisely and not too generously during the winter whilo the horses are Idle. Forget your troubles by doing for others. You will be happier, and so will the other fellow. Be sire your blacksmith under stands his imsineis. Many a horse is injured by improper shoeing. ldle regret never made the future better, but improvement of the pres ent will always bring its sure returns. The automobile hasn't, cheapened the prices of horses, neither Is it like ly 'to do so. Money in good horses. Raise a few. A sheep man sny.s that buying thin sheep or lambs without providing sihled accommodation Is the rankest kind of gambling. The lest raIllon is the ration not which is the cheapest, but the one which will produce the groatest am10oun1t of )rofit il proportion to out lay. Good management is the bst cure. all we kUnow of for the pouiltry yard. It prevents dise...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

AN EXCHANGE OF BABIES By AGNES CARR SAGO (Copyright.) "Oh, Jack, Jack! You are my one ray of hope amid Egyptian darkness!" And little Miss Henley precipitated herself headlong upon her brother's manly breast, rigardless of conse quences to a stiff and immaculate shirt-bosoni. "It was so good of you to come early, for ,never was woman nearer the verge of nervous prostra tion. You know the Whist club meets here to-night, and that Charlie- has been suddenly called out of town on important business. Then this morn ing the cook had a flare up with Ruth, the nurse maid, and took French leave; Silverman & Co. have failed to send the fan--such a beauty paljited In orchids-which I ordered for a first prize; the baby has just cut a tooth, and is-well-not quite so an gelic as usual; while now, to cap the climax, here* comes a note from Mrs. Sherman saying she is down with an attack of la grippe and cannot be present this evening; so one table will be short, as it is nearly four 'clook; alt...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

Pidens Sentinel-Journal rUojasUIED BVERY TH1URSDAY MORNING. The Sentinol-ouraal Company. ITFOMPSON & RICUEY. PRoPh. J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Aunum. Advertising RAtes Reasonable. Entered at Pickens Fustoilice as Second Class Mai M Watter PICKE"Ns, S. C. T HURsiu, JULY 9), 1908. "Curiosity Killed the Cat." T le editor of this paper went off a few days since without telling sone of his dearly be loved friends (?) in Pickens where, or why, he was going, and of cournse rum11ors atre afloat already, and the se(ret Vill have to be diviliged. lie weit away totry to make somle mney Onl a private deal. He kllew wihere tlere was a print ing Outfit for s0le in"d knew w-here one was wa Ite(ld to start a pIper, so he schemed to make '\e AV i ti Ninety -Six, S. C., and tittl-d fol , first-(lass news pap Iw] anl job tiifit, alnd now have two t il r hands, and slioim Ian N i f <wnrd('alv fi' llds in Pickens c'(Ir if) l-l)8alk n pon t11e s' if aj()lllaialln We (.1n fit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

Eappenings of a Local and Personal Nature., Don't forget the all day sing ing at Antioch church next Sunday. Messrs. . Johnny and Jas. P. Carey, Jr., spent a few days in I Anderson last week. h L. B. Grandy has purchased the pressing club of J.. C. Beard c and will continue to run it. Mrs. Frank Grandy and child- 3 ren, of Greenville, have been visiting the family of Rev. B. E. h Grandy. Mrs. H. F. Wright, of Pickens R 2, who has been quite sick for y some time with typhoid fever, I is reported as improving. T Mrs. Sue Lewis, sister of Mr. R. G. Gaines, of Central, is e spending several days with her a cousin, Mrs. W. H. Ashmore. e D. B. Finney and family re turned Tuesday from 'a brief visit to Mrs. Finney's mother, r Mrs. Sallie Fisher, in Anderson. The many friends of Mr. Lar- e kin Hughes, of Liberty R. F. D. 3, will be sorri to learn that he t is suffering from an attack of t lumbago. The fiinnds of Mr. and Mrs. t WV. 13. John1sonlS1 ar'deihe to 1 know they are to move badk t~o...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

Bargains all the time i everyone. Tender Sol4 It's charitable to your sh not fair to your feet to blai soles when they smairt an Your soles are intended t plenty of use, and they Will shoes are right. Stand smooth inner Crossett sole the foot-comfortable, for CROS SIl Makes Lif CA.L ON YOUR LEWIS A. ( NORTH AE Spring and Su woolens and sil tionl. Our Moto: "Quit Supervisor's Report. G The following is a list of J claims filed in the oflice of the I Supervisor for Pickens county L for the quarter ending June 30, 1908: A T Attaway, constable.. .$ 3 60 A Clement Adams, scrape IJ hand .............-...--20 00 J J T Adams, scrape hand.. 23 32 Clement Adams, scrape D hand ..............-....2O00 H Abercrombie, constable 10 80 N H Abercrombie, constable 4 00 ' J L Ambler, fodder....... 1 74 J Ashnmore & Nimmons, C. C] G. siupplies.... ........ 3 25 ' Ashmore & Nimmons, P. 'F H. supplies............ 20 86 N Clement Adams, s c r a pe E hand .................... 17 33 R B Anthony, cor...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 9 July 1908

W. L. GASSAWAY, PRES. H. J. McGEEs, CASHIER. L Farmer SAFE, SOUND ANI OPENDD BUSINI Capital Stoc Farmers Bank < Has every facility of hand solicits the accounts of ] Manufacturers, in fact, the PEOPLE. Savings De Call now and let's make if you have an idle dolla have you entrust it to our Interest paid on time de $.oo starts an account. HERE TO D( If at any tinle you shcul an accomodation of u-, yo careful consideration. CENTRAL ROL' Has on hand several cars of Hiu Cotton Seed Meal $1.50 per s Cotton Seed Hulls (t 50c. Pe Seventy-five barrels of GOOI Every sack guaranwx-ed. CENTRAL ROLLI C, W, GARRETT SIX MILE, S. C. BLACKSMITH & WOO-WORK 3Manufactures a fine line of turned work, such as balustern-, columnns, brackets. and all Such work. Let mie estimate with you. No job to large or too small to receive careful and prmmpt at tention. Communicate with rme b~y telephone through the Central, S. C. office, or by mail on Ri. F. .D. 2 from Central. f735 - College of Charleston - 19...

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