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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

Keep your )S on thisSpace cSK. I ft fc IP" rr 4 Monument For a Town Is Grit V i in Push O 0 s t Energy Sc hools Ch u relies Morali ty Harmony Cordiality Advertising Good property Talk About It Speak Well of It A ileal thy Location Help to Improve It ! Advertise it in the papers Elect good men to office Fair competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Try to make the atmosphere health v; lire all croakers, loaf ers and dead-heats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of public-spirited men and be one of them yourself &5gMBKEa2aM:a2BMK3BI ?; ::::;::::: Local News Items :$::! ::::;::"::: Willie Dilburg returned to Fletcher Monday. Harvey Walling was a Lawton visitor a few days last week. Harry Green shipped a car of hogs from this point Tuesday. II. M. Cooper, of Marlow, shipped two cm'- load of cattle from Elgin Monday night. Francis Padgen went to Ok lahoma City Monday. The ciuse is given in another column. A fine ba...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

SERIAL STORY 2v i vv i v ft? W P The Sable Lorcha v ' T 05 ?? Horace Hazeltise o Vw?t nairvt v-' otlii It'll Oy rrv!- ct''afc-l . rmrtm awr"'' ' jv MM rnnlut Th ti vt'iau Mlt m (aat aa a !., n.rxnMi - ffctrf oa MAt t. i . w' h- -wtii inf iraaB. ffl hr iT. flia sm CTirrijru,X'it? amM ra aante r.iriwa t it-T 1 HaMftm Uvrpt.f am rt rviur ' m arrww4 (ra '- f Mamaf riy6 w,i - ' ratt a Mvrvfav a'4 r-0jla4 a ! t a4 taw hwwTuf a jit, pa - a init TTj r"ki. t y . .'' aaaa rmt mumwim h vr"' u. BW ar-nWMtf " f'w.'t fft M TIM IMr4 V-'.. nmn irO-rt- &&STmm7M"2u!:J22X! CVr in rT. t r s ''. wM 'JSS.r ..MlJj'i-' T-L"!rWl!ltf .'Si' 5 ya'W iMm uv M;i! fwuirf Arvunjr biavrtr b ! H Kir. ttom raclH wMu nydr't bartc 1. 1 raclH t!t n !raMiWi wr . l by 'apt a raaf4 i; 9 mtl-r LHnc ' Umm-Ii imrwi A !;HHti ar' h 1 tAk4 tot HM t4w( ta by ir aptatn u k- p ' mfa tnmr) Jbfwr t l KQ H-r birfnc ' Umm-I allorjn3 (imnrtt, Hfir. wlu prfK.ukn thwi CHAPTTR X. Continued. . Vry brl"fly nb" iflin'd that i-h" Im1 ku...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

v rnpmp . -4 4 MAY BE HELPFUL TO COOK Some Hints at to the Beet Methodt of Preparing Food for the Household. When fish of unpronounced llnvor U to bo belled It Is improved by tin addition of vinegar to tlio water II the flnti Ih Inclined to bo tasteless lint a pint of vinegar to nn ordinary lei tie of water will not bo too much An old New England housekeeper has a cupful of rich, hot creom read) to stir Into the balled beans wliun they coino from tho oven and before they go to tho tablo. Creamed toast In one family Is pre pared In this way: Tho bread Is toaRtcd and kept hot In a covered dish. Then a white buuco Is mado In the usual proportion of a cupful of rich milk or cream to a toblcspoonful each of butter and flour, with salt to season. At tho last, when tho sauce Is thick, two tablespoonfuls of grated cheese are stirred In, a teaspoouful of Worcestershire sauce and n dash of paprika. It Is poured over tho toast. To prepare a rlco omelet as one cook does It. mako a white sauco w...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 9 January 1913

M CONVENIENT BUILDING FOR STABLING FOURTEEN HORSES Illustration and Practtcnl Pinna Detailed for Constructing ?, . rrt.j Attlll rn Ahnnl AI.OOO si . rgYgyyinrrirmrirreffTyyTTirgTi re o o ooooooooooosqoo; OUR ADVERTISING Will do Custom Gin- ; ning in Boles as ' i vinuiura iuui . -r . Is Well Lighted. 1 ,1 well as in the Seed j j &AA A A a . . '. ' : A. 'I M M r " - . UMMfwWMU mwM J "" ) ? i ri i higin cons Will Pny the Highest Mar- ! $& o re read by tlie people because it gives them newi of absorbing in terest. People no longer go looking about for things they want they eo to their newspaper for information as to where such things may be found. This method saves time and trouble. If you want to bring your wares to the atten tion of this community, our advertising columns Should Contain Your Ad 0 a If You Want R E S u L T S YOU can get them by ad vertising in this paper. It reaches the best class of people in this community. Use this paper if you want some of their business. U...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

i ' HrfV 'It'. dr 'a t Farmers ' Champion ? Successor to Indiahoma Champion '2U Vol. 3 r ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913 No. 13 CV K39 ! i i i i t ,t, V '(. t t --. n4 D. E. McAnaw Lumber 7" Compan I Dealers in . . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton ;.':-:':',S'',:,'5,':'':"K"':-':"':'':' The Bank That Accommodates Bank of Elgin Elgin, Oklahoma Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer, open an account without delay. A. L. McPHerson, Pros. 0. A. McPherson, V. T. E. McPherson, Cashier. : : : : : : : : : : .m..j.m J. P. KENNEMUR . . . For the Very ..." Bargains in GROCERIES AND FURNITURE m See Kennemur First Door West of Post office Fine Kitchen Cabinet Given Away Elgin, Oklahoma Winter Months on the Farm How to Improve Them Feeding for Milk Keeping the Diirjr Metd Up lo t!,o Maximum Production ia Cold Weather By PROF. G. C. HUMPHREY H'hcorun Cottegt 0 .tgrlcuhun CoprrUht. 1010. br Wcttatn Nempaptr Union It la eaay...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

v- 4'- W , j r ART IN SETTING TABLE INDIVIDUAL ARTISTIC TOUCH COUNTS FOR MUCH THERK. Whlls Thar Are Soma Absolutely Flxaol Rulaa for the Placing of the Service, Arrangement le Largely Matter of Taata. Everyone mny not learn to act a table artistically, but there are few who cannot learn to set It much bet ter than they do It U callod art by aorae, and as such should be recog nised by everyone. It Is not so much what Is put on tho tablo In the form of dishes, linen and acrvlce, as how It Is done. Unusual, faddish sotting of tho table should be avoided for tho everyday or holi day meal, uaIcbs It would be for such days aa Hallowe'en. The setting for tho table usually falls to tho daughter of the house, If there Is one; If not, tho mother doos It herself or directs how It should be done If thero Is a helper In the home. Thero Is no place In tho entlro homo which can show the Individual artistic touch of mother or daughter as the table, and thero are some absolutely fixed rules for tho ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

VJ 5. T -??W iw Farmers' Champion J. S. Soulk, Editor and Publisher FREE FEARLESS- PROGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, January 16 Entered as sccond-clnss mat ter, December 3rd, 11)12, at the postofficc at Elgin, Oklahoma, under the Actof March 3rd. 1879. . sunacniPTioN: Olio ycnr 11.00 Six months , fiOr No r.tiliKCilplloiiH lakcn for leas than elx months. Your subscription lian cxplioil or Alll (.'Milie with this Ihsiio If there Ib a moss (X ou tho ninrglii opposite thin notice. ADVERTISING RATES: Display utls, 12 l-Iiconts per Inch for p.ich Insertion. DIhcoiiiiIb nlvon on lingo ihIb. All iulvcrtlnliiR nmttor run until paid ntul ordered out TELEPHONE NO. 46. For Next Attorney General JOHN A. FAIN Lawton Oklahoma, NWrfV New County Officers Comanche county now has a new set of officers, with the ex ception of Treasurer and Super intendent, the old incumbents of these positions holding over until the 1st of July; and Sheriff Nix and Register of Deeds, Miss Critcher, both of wh...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

Supplement Farmers' Champion, January 16, 1913 J Now Comes the Greatest Bargain Event in Years JANUARY 18 TO JANUARY 25 Ribelin, Stone & Walker Announces to Begin on Saturday, January 18th, their Semi-Annual Clearance Sale "Great Overcoat Values" WE INVITE YOU. TO A GREAT MONEY SAVING FEAST. PROFITS ARE KNOCKED SKY-HIGH. THE MONEY WE MUST HAVE, AND WE ARE MAKING THIS GIGANTIC SACRIFICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS FOR THIS PURPOSE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO EVEN BORROW MONEY AND SUPPLY YOURSELVES. "MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE." DRY GOODS. 10i' ginghams 8e 12 l-2c ginghams J Of 50c dross goods 35c 25c dross goods 18c !.()() dress troods .' 80e skirts . : ..SOe .$2.93 $1.00 and $1..") Ladies' $5.00 (! spools thread 4 spools button hole twist' o: $1 .00 underwear t 80c 50c underwear A 40c $1.00 shirts 80c About 2 dozen ladies' swimter coats, $2.25 and $2.50 values $1.55 Men's pants and corduroys at actual cost. , A $45.00 Sewing Machine for $32.50 dur ing this sale. Hats at Reduced Prices J lurry up me...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

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Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

a rt m" -nr " Ti i fl& , -h iJU m Cast your on full page SUPPLEMENT that is what Happened r-j. a - t Monument For a Town Is Grit ; V i in Push Iioost Energy Sc hools Churches Morality H ii r m o n y Cordiality Advertising Good property Talk About It Speak Well of It A Healthy Location Help to Improve It! Advertise it in the papers Elect good men to office Fair competition in prices Faith exhibited by good works Try to make the atmosphere healthy; fire all croakers, loaf ers and dead-beats. Let your object be the welfare, growth and promotion of your town and its people. Speak well of public-spirited men and be one of them yourself Card of Thank We wish to publicly thank the good people of Elgin and vicinity for their many kind acts and words following the sudden death of my beloved husband and our dear father. Your kindness is truly ajJpreciated, and we shall ever hold you good people in h.-artfelt remembrance. Mrs. A. L. McPhekson. Mas. L. L. Stink. Mus. Grace Stickle. evertt m...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

1 m 55 I Farmers1 Champion J. S. SOULE. Publl her OK1AH0KA ELGIN. Durant Is asking for a union depot. Ada's poultry show will bo held Jan. nary 23-26, Uarnoy's Cnfo at Haskell burned, lose, 2,000. Muskoseo dairymen have orgnlzcd an nsDoclntlon. Simon Jones, ngod 75, n pioneer resi dent at Tulsa Is dead. Durnnt'B municipal lighting system for a municipal hospital. Clinton has voted $25,000 In bonds year 1012 was 40 cents. Tulia's per capita flro loss for the began operating January 1. Annual Woods county spelling con test will bo held at Alvn March 29. Oil developments aro causing Hon ryetta and Welcctka to take on now llfo. Woodward breeders captured many of the prizes nt the Shattuck poultry show. MuskoReo claims to have expended $3,000,000 for botterments during tho paBt year. J. W. McMurtry lias sold tho Ham mon Nows and will resume 'no prac tlco of law. Tho iifw oil town of Tiger sustained a serious Ore, sovernl framo buildings being destroyed. That department of development es ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

"(4Tb-'f "'"? ' '"!?' O ; ilJ', JC V .Vi f' Ko matter what happens, the -Venders a man wears aro never ea Urely free from responsibilities. aiA" .umnle' tonle there I no medietas that qui e compares with OXIDINE. It not only build tip the system, but tnken res ulitrly. prevent Malaria. Rrpilnr or Taste lees formula at DruxvUti. Adv. Fully two-tlmls of what the average man Bays la of no conpcqueiico. A HIDDEN DANDER "inn rictan Till! It Is a duty of the kidneys to rid the blood of urlo acia, an irritating e. poison that Is con-; tantly forming In- sioe. r When tho kid- B neyB fall, uric acid I causes rheumatic L' alfnnlro linnilnnlma J" dizziness, gravol, urinary troubles, weak eyes, dropsy or heart disease. Doan's Kldnoy Pills help the kid neys dght off urlo acid bringing now strength to wenk kidneys and re lief from backache and urinary Ills. A Montana Cast Mr. It. H. Andrews, KM Kiulith Armor. flri-at Falls. Mont.. says: "M Drain, hands and Iet became so swollen 1 ruiildnt stand. ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 16 January 1913

T'.1" 'W'A'uM"'! u I H--S OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS ire read by the people because it gives them newt of absorbing in terest. People no longer go looking about for things they want they go to their newspaper for information as to where such things may be found. This method saves time and trouble. If you want to bring your wares to the atten tion of ihn community, our advertising columns Should Contain Your Ad li 31 If You Waul YOU can ge: them by ad vertising in this paper. It reaches the best class of people in this community. Use this paper if jou want some of their business. Use This Paper mWWSXWWWWWVMMM We are here to serve you with anything in the line of printed stationery for your business and personal use. Q D D D Se Us Before Gout Letter Heads) Bill Reads Envelopes Cards Weddini Itmtetiou Posters) or Aaaovaceaents Of All tau The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT Do We ire SBxtaiS tO hare jea Had out YOU Know About OUR Prices Theywfl latcrest youvbe you're ii eed o...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 January 1913

!" if' 3s?t fp. t"f; i '-V pi pi ,Jt .(, ' - . Itei ii Successor t6 Indiahoma Champiort ft" - Vol. 3 ELGIN, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913 No. 14 j1 "W -" ,-. r' " I. I.'l Hi Vi.I.J f 1 J v:.. 'u.i f i wi Farmers Champion I -; ,. 7 Z T i n- i D. E. McAnaw Lumber "V" Compan 1 Dealers in . . . All Kinds of Building Material Grain, Cotton, Coal. Best Mexico Coal $7 a Ton .:55"5'5S'!"J x--:--:--:--x.--h--m- The Bank That Accommodates Bank of Elgin Elgin, Oklahoma Deposits Guaranteed If you are not already our customer open an account without delay. A. LMcPherson, Pros. 0. A. McPheiison, V. P. E. MgPhehson, Cashier. .:. Y : : : : :-' : : J. P. KENNEMUR . . . For the Very . . . Bargains in GROCERIES AND FURNITURE EH See Kennemur Elgin, Oklahoma X I :!: I i ! i I :":: First Door West of Post office COMFORTABLE BUILDING TO ACCOMMODATE HUNDRED HENS More Important Features of Poultry- House Illustrated Art .JJttovable Koontn, Automatic Ventilators and Drop Curtain No Bee f ArKffA tint r...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 January 1913

fjf -t ttf & 2 i X ' $ 1 ft 1 .si 1 SERIALf "L TORY J The Sable Lorcha w w ft ft T Horace Hazeltlne Sfci tOoarnaao, SYNOPSIS. t$Z?tU 9".a. cap!ta2it eoatatts Mrtiac aoonj-roous tleateninr mters he fcaa received. itoitm. x erst promises a aisnie tZZIJZ25TeL& or On rronj a r-ortni- f e?r?wi wh!i lit ter Is la the room. Clyde y.a a theory 'nt the porlrsJt vu mctUatei while the room waj unoccupied aad the fces-1 lter reaiijT5 by roe an cf a frtcc anaoUc4 cr Cameron. Eielfn Gm me Cameron's niece, with hon Clj-de l "" Im finds the head of Cameron's porra!t caile-d to tree, where It waj had been used a a jariret. Clrde pledgee Evelra te secrecy. Clyde learn that a CWnee 1c-t enp'.oved or Phtlat-js llnrphr. an artit Ui-lar tiearhr, had borrowed a rifle fros Caia-eroat- lodrekeepr C"vdf tnaket aa ex- MM ,h ...1, . UW ... m. ...l.. He pretends to be lBTuctir.r aiiered J.V52.,f!n.?, lh ? u"'. JJ peaks t the tree where Cameron's portrait tnrsnA "TV, rMr. i 1 fiwrn-l ed next moraine Whil...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 January 1913

vv ' PU ' 4 CI r - m- eS 3ft ' .fAaaU HOW TO FRY DOUGHNUT IMPLt MKTHOD TO REUIVt TASK OP DRUDQKRY. Cutting antf Extra Step On Way to Lighten tha Housawlfa'a tabors Potato Should Ba Cook In Their Skins. Wylng doughnuts la a Uak that la apt to make a great deal of extra work. The woman brings the dough ante from the pantry on the cake board and holds It In her left hand while ahe drops the doughnuU In tho kettle of fat The cake board la heavy, the strain Is severe and the woman la apt to make many trips be tween the pantry and the kitchen range. All this unnecessary work could bo dona away with by the very simplo method of placing the cake board of untried doughnuts on the shelf abovo the range which Is generally at Just the right height to enable her to take them from tho board and drop them in the kettle, thereby saving many trips to and from tho pantry and also the atrength that Is used up In holding a heavy board. In washing potatoes moat women scrub and rub and whirl them about w...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 January 1913

' Si"Sf ' .V - Vf'J Farmers' Champion J. S. SoULE. Editor and Publisher FREE FEARLESS - PROGRESSIVE Published Every Thursday Elgin, January 23 Enteral as second-class mat' held the Senate in terror and j of personal and political influence alarm. all in vain. "Senator Owen was ostensibly , "This striking episode of the fighting for Arizona and the Ar- Sixtv-first Congress clearly indi- iizona constitution, which was cated to the floor and to tlie gai ' progressive and vital in that it leries that the young Senator contained the initiative, the ref- from Oklahoma must be recond (erendum and the recall. He ed with in the deliberations of planted himself on two proposi-' the Sixty-second. tions, from which the entire It was the annunciation by a , Sonntp failod tn mnvp him. First, i hmvo vnnncr T")ininprat of the that the two great forces fighting new Democracy, which was just 'for supremacy in this Govern-, as new to that party as insur- ment were the forces of progress m'ney was to t...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 January 1913

r"T H "v ' ts .- -(,'! 77 rA " ' 'f k i., i S5.I Cast your on Coffin's Advt. 2SC": Goods by Parcel Post, free of cott ram "t . . M 1 ". gr Railroad Time Table HUH EAST BOUND No. 408 loaves 7:38 a. m. No. 10 leaves. . .. 12:18 h. hi. west bound" No. 0 leaves 1:59 p.m. No. 407 leaves 9:15 p. in. Local News Items Mrs. Geo. Coffin went to Law ton Monday. Mrs. Fred Stauflfer went down to Lawton Monday. Married Rev. W. E. G. Humphries re ports the following marriages at which he officiated. The first should have appeared in last week's paper: - Sunday, Januan 12th, Andrew .1. Cox to Miss Sallie May Alex ander; both of Sterling. Sunday, January 19th, Jesse H. Green to Miss Hattie D. John son; both of Sterling. Mrs. Stackhouseand MissCJeo Horney went to Lawton Sunday night. Mrs. Hooper, who has been very sick for the last wefck, is improving. K. V. Hoffer went over to Ft. Cobb a few days ago to look after his farm. Mr. Newport, who has been suffering with blood poison in his face, is improv...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Farmers' champion. — 23 January 1913

i Ri il I r V n I 4 i FaiWChampion jFARMER'S WIFE ALMOST A WRECK J. 8. SOULE, fubllther ELSIM, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Stony Jowel Is to manngo thu Du rant baseball club. Caddo county will liavo a good fair this year at Anadnrko. Tho now waterworks plant nt Keno flck soon will bu completed. Several cases of Hplnal meningitis aro reported from Antlers. Marietta already lias organized n baseball club for tlio 1913 campaign. Dr. V. A. Clark Is a democratic Candida to for police JihIko (it Durnnt. Leo Nowlln has sold tlio Hlnger tot ephono exchi.ngo to James Foster of Olney. In Oklabornn It Is getting so every little hamlet has a gaB well of Its own, or an oil well. Tho First National bank at Warner linn surrendered Its national charter and now 1b a Btato bank. Tho Katy Mill &. Klovator company plant at Caddo recently burned, en tailing a loss of $5,000. Hov. J. V. Whlto, lato editor of tho rallhina Democrat, now 1h Methodist presiding riHT ul Antlers. O. A. Hi hiuiillcr, funnc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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