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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

Allen and Lucy tell for Peaabody hvrille, Tenn., Sattend tile suln * that institution of Beers has gone to ,ibe will remain for visiting relatives t property inte- u C )ombining busi with pleasure. B. IlOghourne has g is to visit her s: is wife Mr. and Monette. 1M. Reeves and t ujosephine Reeves, o their lhome in a pleasant visit to furnell. is spending g with her husband a position in the .allard. on Bayou dlittle son from ni ga's visit to Mrs. Dr. T. Y. and t. While in!r Gmron and little (aron, are with and little son, al :from Anguilla, ir home after Y Mrs. Cook's h Mrs. W. H. W an enter afterinoun at a ".try toMrs. w delicious cee Miss Matilde score. A de lt was which ed by those 1i te to be in howill be plea- di in Tallulah Miss Ellen Dor guest of. Mrs. thwpast few Wednesday . Spann, for /here they will le Uarneil War. , of Durant, T( recent visitor to brother, Mr. Eureka plan iols has many Di who knew of at Miliken's was a pro and many OL nw in Tali rty word of mOols wlen he p...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

Inn, Iw JllII JIUUK AL. 1AL LU.AiI. LUAUI3IANA The Hollow - - - of Her Hand Geore Barr McCutcheon S e/'f,, n v M'A R ." : COY',,' 2 C/ Y9 0,/EDd, F,. CW94/~/Y SYNOPSIS. Challis Wrandall is found murdered In a road house near New York. Mrs. Wran dall is sutmmoned from the city and iden UesS the body. A young woman who ac companled Wrandall to the inn and sub seauently disappeared. Io suspected. Mrs. Wrandall starts back for New York Is an auto during a blitrding snow storm. On the way she nmeets a young woman in the road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. Feeling that the girl had done her a service in ridding her of the man who though she loved him deeply, had caused her great sorrow. Mrs. Wrandall determines to shield her and takes her to her own home. Mrs. Wrandall hears the story of Hetty Cas tleton's life, except that portion that re lates to Wranda!l. This and the story of the tragedy she forbids the girl ever to tell. She offers Hetty a home, friendship and s...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

p THE TARIFF Tells a Little Story What He Thinks git Will Be. the tariff and the cur e within the scope of department, it is natural men should go there chiefs with questions probable effect on busi Secretary McAdoo re 's nothing to it. The been subjectfd to revi and always has survived ly. Generally speak de of busin ss is of re . erence toward the have been made. because have made up their let such things interfere estiness. It is just like you know about him? Freddy's mother said: are not a good boy to p to bed without your businesslike Freddy, to have for dinner?' " Magazine. SOAP FOR BABY'S SKIN re of baby's skin and hair, s- p is the mother's fa et only is it unrivaled in ftreshing fragrance, but I gollient properties are t to allay minor irri- 1 e redness, roughness I soothe sensitive condl promote skin and hair ly. Assisted by Cutl it is most valuable in of eczemas, rashes and I Infantile eruptions. wears to a wafer, often aeraml cakes of ordinary anklag its use most eco b...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 27 June 1914

Vr RLUUBLDILRE&NES ,. W . ,? 4i a, OLUMES have been written laud ing the courage or endurance of the American army that braved ' - the winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge. Monuments have been , \E erected to the memory of men ý / 1 and officers. The site of the . camp has been reserved by the / state of Pennsylvania. and con verted into a memorial park, but .. the women who shared the dan gers and suffering with them, who nobly nursed the sick, fed the starving and clothed the naked, ase left unrecognized. There are (j 111 no public records of them, even their quarters that had been the shelter of the needy. the stage of the Conway cabal (that was one of the remarkable and dramatic incidents of the war), the cradle of the first aid to the in- - fured, and the setting for a love affair of one of - the first presidents of the United States, was not included In the state reservation and taken under its protection, but is fast falling into decay, to the shame and dishonor of the guard...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. BROS., Publshers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914 N EW SERIE,--VOL. [IISETO LEM FIRE MANY FACTOR BY FIRE AT MASS. ENTY MILLION ýiSwe"me and 50 Oth. ew French and Many Col- d SDetroyed. y half the "Old giim. rich in historic Maition, was doaes that caused an esti g4S$n,000; destroyed ileadina a score of 4gablishments, and te 45,000 residents were under control literary landmarks . These i museuam, Essex house, where Nam did much of his "The House of the t made famous by the Injured. nhav been reported, it was impossible gsulties. Some 60 ere received at the tge homeless are commons and the p mlitiamen. Velock as the reseRt L Is the Korn Leather fao fames spread in all eforts of the set was dynamited, in one direction, a winds Into new water pressure was W fight became des luse main near Bev lavins the fremen ' t aseastance were .iem and an enone .wespetdet a Oil ompon, in . t tt* eit, was a third are was of that viciamty. a Include the ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

GIVES CREDIT TO GOR3AS "America will get all the credit perhaps for completing the Panama canal, but in giving praise where it "" is due, the work of the French engi neers and those engaged in the early digging of the canal ought not to be overlooked," remarked Henri Borgia of Paris, an engineer, recently. "The French overlooked the most impor S tant requisite in the Panama canal zone-that of proper sanitation. Had our engineers been supported in their work by a Colonel Gorgas, the Amer ican nation might not have had the opportunity to buy the canal. "I think it only justice that some tribute be paid the French for their share in this great project. It is true they failed, but not through lack of funds, as is proved by the beautiful palace, the magnificent gardens, and the record of sumptuous living of the officials. Neither was failure due to ~ the unwillingness of the French peas antry to contribute of their brawn, evidence of which is seen in the overfilled graves. * success of t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

ews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal • m l am mmm m m s n m mi I lm • • i mm m •m m m • m CONTENDERS FOR THE POLO TROPHY "t . " t 41 ::"I " ..' ' . 1 r .::.-.:$ ' .4 .:r Amdeilma team, left to right: Larry Waterbury, Wilburn., Monty Waterbury. Montague. Below eagers, left to right: Captain Lckett, Major Barrett, Captain Cheap., Captain Touklia. WARSHIPS PROTECTING ALBANIAN CAPITAL J'F hb., of Deuan., Allbana, with Austrian and Italian waruhipe ready to go Into anot agatst Strying to doe Prie W a of Wi their w ruler. OSCAR AND COUNTESS INA R - Prussia, fifth o of th so of te kaiser. and Countess Ina Maria whom he Is about to cuatrwact a morganatic marriage. r' consent after log effort. The eounatess h bee B the kaluerla S STORMING KING'S PALAM.. to repel a ewseamsated d rai by muia81 - Wk which the ieapuat women ae g ted to bea-b CAPT. SELAH L HOWELL Capt. elah B. Howell Is the skipper of the would-be America's cup de tender, Defance. RED CROSS HOLIDA...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

STHE MADISON JOURNAL Published every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. . Geo. Spencer .. Editor W. L. Rountree ...........Manager Official Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah .1.50 per Annuets, in Advance Stered ilan. 10, 1908 at Tallulah, La., as second-clam mail matter, under Act of Cegresa of MIarch , 18i9. The Journal is not responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents appearing in its columns. STalleatas Lotsdianma, - - Saturday, July 4, 1914. ..... 2.---_ Split Session of the Legislature. Senator Clinton has submitted to the General Assembly a constitutional amendment proposing split ses Sslos of the Legislature. It is the intention that at the first session that bills a be proposed and that after an interval of severa months a thait e subsequent session pass or reject such measures Ia as may be dictated by the wise consideration to which they o have been subjected during the interval. i W...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

nf i who doubts y of the exterminator St my house, - trate to it will ex - te flies. If y will a the town be free of Oo80URNE, Mayor. fom Right Bower g4 Misses Lucille Mrs. Jessie Y. $t. John E. Yerger od a pleasant auto to the Hill City takein the beau -iomal Ark and its V.Babbs, from Batdn Las been on a visit y, Mrs. Geo. Spender, Sb.r home on . Wed iowers, who is fill es head nurse in talin Vic)s ikbw days in Tal She will fill 'ition until the moith, when t0 make prepara Idparture for the ermal, where she str hed nurse in of learftibg. has rettirned Ark., wherd she daughter, Mr. will leove the week for Pa etk&r points for saatement. He mes with plea be absent kdr . (igbourne, who ier brother and Mrs. Ooviilgtonl is, Tenn., will plesant visit on Was month. She on her trip by ,Billy Craig. me service held day. Rev. V. his regular ap the Methodisit mad~ the Bap vered a serimon Rouse, antd the eld their re agvitt. sd Mrs. Red were ecomnpanied SAittha on thek 's W4lls. .1 Mr. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL, TALLULAH. LOUISIANA The Hollow of Her Hand I .. b~°Geor e Barr McCutcheon ý ý "c _ AaRA meyý gI 'Vr: CeViWkl/2ýýr 8yA Or MfnfO&.. CLYA4ºY SYNOPSIS. Challis Wrandl is found murdered In a road bhose nea New York. Mrs. Wran dail Is summoned from the city and idea te thei bod . A oung woman who as eempaar sled to he Inn and sub equatly dsapared. suspected. Mr. Wrandall starts back for New York iu auto during a blinding snow storm. On the way she meets a oung woman In e road who proves to be the woman who killed Wrandall. eFli th girt had done her a ervte In rtddn her IO the man who thugh she loved him doyhad cased her groat rrmw. re a de l termines to shield ber Wredall hears the storyof atty Cas itos to randall This and the sto o.f the treody she forbid the rl ever n trll. eta Btote ti rony a friendship n wcrty from perl ar account of the tas . n sna rat l and oHety To oon to New ork after ao absence o at he er te Ivh ey. onut e u is re.s les Wrandal. brothrn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

'if1 it answers every beverage re ' ment-vim, vi remsanant ýwbnesomenes. It will satisfy you. na.... n Is..e by u.... THE ~C&CA<L COMAUT TEE ATLATA GA. £TZ.AeA, GA Ed I.umhsting emas tot a Brttsher, ame the first mioo=e., Sthe illualadag islz ymrs iater st Biratap Lar Boan tIn tYs nw discovery. drepfaP e , o Chills aid ag sss will brak them asa tomae of the Keag. ai tIe tritbtarle. Mae the.samd - wie or sell gea away It wld mr..e.a. we... -U~ - -u - 'S. ms is e a Lb. sin Resinol long you have aa disfidgured bussing, raw or , just put a thing, antiseptic on the sores and right therel that very minute, case yourskia ckly you feel oneay you threw treatments. · SI) - 3w ·Y ~ · U Daily Thought We do not know what ripples of healinl are set in motion when we almply smile on one another. Chris. tianity wants sunnr people.-Henry Drummond. Anyway, when a man accuses his wife of having married him for his money he paya tribute to her good me 1amesaremar o%. Breathes there a woman with ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL FREIGHT THROUGH CANAL The first ocean to ocean freight to pass through the Panama canal, a shipment of sugar. was transported ii barge., which are here shown in the middle lock of the west chamber at the Gatun locks. STUDYOF VENUTIANO CARRANZA, THE MAN OF THE HOUR IN MEXICO First Chief of the Coastitutionalists and Perhaps Soon de Facto President of the Republic Is a Remarkable Man in Many Respects-Was the Intellectual Godfather of Francisco Madero. Wuhington, D. C.-lf Venustino i Paso Carrnnsa, Arst chief of the con- C stitutioualists and perhaps soon da oi tato president of M lxco, were to It put on strictly American dress and a walk down the promenade of an ti American city no one meeting him h would take him for a Mexican Span- a lart. le is ruddy, but not swarthy. rggen d of face, rather than fiery, tll a bearded in the manner of many Amer` d a physician aged In the fiftles or P alstti. Beeind spectacles which tell a Saesntghtednaes shine gray eyes. But e...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

TALLULAH, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914. - ep cOMr.uSIONERUS FOp THE FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE DISTRIOT. TALLLAU. LOUIAXA, JUNE 1, 1114. BOARD OIr OOMMISSIONRR8 FOR THU 'irrH LOUISIANA LZV DUSTaRCT: Sel s@b it the e oewla statemeut of receipts and dlbureUmmtb by 13»e Brd for DeIember lat, 1913 sad ealta Jaune lo 1914. Ia aordanes with Aet 115, of tih Acts bly Of the Stat ot Louilsaia for the vear 1104. FROM DISTRICT TAXES bavl Taes ............................ 13,124.06 Taxes ........................... 24.01 Taues ............................ 11,42.40. --t Taes ........................... 50.13 PARISH: - Tar ............................ 18,654.32 t Taes .......-----. .....------ ---... 1-i 67,M0.0 . MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS, Bankc. le aeds Bmrdea............$ 24631.1 lesr madi Bis .................N 15.10.10 SWar'.L Ne. 48 ........... --- 50.10 Bunk, lesN to BMeaW ........ .1 .5 .* Prede ss. lesa................ 1943.5 SW lesa ........... --"-.----.-........ iU1r. I  eds lear send-.........

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 July 1914

For What ur.pe..a fb. .. Te'Lephie e. . ....... or Phone servtce for month t+:u >tte ooard..---....... 12.50 J M ..................-- --For travelling exp Prose Board napecton trips.........-.... 29.83 times m rt .......... for advertising proposals for bon,- for 20 days ........... 7.00 1 Rerd_ ....... for advertising proposals for boinds :or 3 issues ..-....... 12.00 1 Tork Tius ..........For advertising proposals :or bondbs :or 0 issues........... 76.00 I Saters Pub. Co ..........For advertising proposals for oond.ir or 30 days ........... 30.00 1 Appeal -- ......For advertising proposals for sonte =or 20 days........----- 36.00 3 SGlobe DemeOrat ..--.For advertising proposals for bondi- for 20 days..........-. 9.00 11 Inte Ocean - ..-..For advertising proposals Lor oonl- for 20 days........... 64.00 P. Te .............. f...For expense as committee jo Boarn .o New Orleans ........ 40.10 . Campell .........Por expense to Baton Rouge to si~n ponds of board....... 19.0 S-heye ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publbhers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 11,1914 NEW SERIES--VOL. ? NO. 31 NEWS OF THE STATE' OI, CE BILL COMIATEE eENERAL'S REQUIST JOINCREAsE WAS $IAMNRD DOWN. Val= Nws rmlein. - Attorney General was turned down by the Sen Committee In a request tilrsre of $8,000. for the at Murael' office. He asked that of $3,500 a year for Sbe icreased to $7,500 a year. "us 14,000 a year, he said, -gWElt him to employ a good ie could relieve the present force in his office. The , abolishing special board as thrown on his ofice, he d emise amount of new bust m MRIt to the natural In. kagIlaes always handled by peeral. Members of the tod him, however, that was tantamount to a new ofce, which could The ommittee refused day ieuslou the Finanace west over the general ap MB item by item and when it had agreed to increase b be take from the general approved by the easm. I enera1 work, Louisina $14.000. New Orleans dispemsary, In. t1, per year ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

MADE A GOOD GUIDE Representative J. Hampton Moore, who succeeded John Dalsell on the ways and means committee, while hailing from Philadelphia. knows his Washington like a native. During the visit of a party of home friends to the capital, Mr. Moore was showing them the sights of the city and, while coming from the northeast' entrance of the White House grounds their at tention was attracted by the group of heroic figures that make up the La fayette statue at the southeast corner of Lafayette square. This presents, with other things, a woman with a garment about her loins-which she is frantically grasp ing-holding up a naked sword to Lafayette, who is standing above. Her attitude is one of eager, nay, anxious and insistent supplication. * Ai the party approached the stat uary group, Representative Moore struck the posture of a guide, and. in the professional twang of the craft, drEned out in sing-song: "And now, ladies and gentlemen. we come to the fariamed statue of the great soldi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

ews of the Week as Caught by he Camera for Readers of The Jour al __~~A E m m m  n • a ma m • am m • m - m CAPE COD CANAL NEARING COMPLETION pe COod ship m. which will be of linmeu e service to twibe trae, now not far o hom t of cto the em aar Bo'u mouth, MIT.. shows In the bekgro.d da e rmamltsd before veuede ear pes throgh. HARVARD CREW GOES TO HENLEY REGATTA rew tLt l Mied r alad to take part an the elery latta. PFm ldeft to riht h aw are: zr . sr mwla; ChemLaer. wke; Curti, Maerma. W. idderf,. MW.ierdort hb eanUWl ANOTHER SEA HORROR Im te p- bot ow thf no donmbp Now Ta* which was O NatWousr b t s tm"p nw l, b g rw wrpams of lcs mod" vassis am her arrival hEm the roat of twice moe was th isuk .1 whic cmood the hig opomg Mm several 133k of hon It 'S CHALLEIGER IS SPEEDY f, ltr Thos Upam's mrw AuL s mp hmI msspr. is rUs is the si ftt . t t diurs Us o t as . lse . The u t o t e * NY icrb · ft o d--d pse u ape eoa bssfp ' showft e Is e..uw MA~ -~u r$ r.ýfl awl JOSEPH B, FORAKER A...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

SHE MADISON JOURNAL every Saturnay morning at Tallulah, Louisiana. Sp e .........Editor W. L. outotree ........ Manager !ticial Journal of Madison Parish, Fifth District Levee Board, Madison Parish School Board, and Town of Tallulah 1.5 per Annuau, In Advance Sell Jan. tO, 1903 at Taflullh, La., a second-class mail matter, under Act of Cosrnem of Ma.rch , 1W9. Ju.aul is not responsible for the views and opinmos of correspondents appearibg in its columns. THE PASSING, ... Satura July _ The Wa'nt session of the general asembly willcome b md with this week and with it wil beEncluded the of this administration, which was ushered into as the result of a great reform movement. '4 This adminstration has been neither very bad nor very and comment on its work would not be necessary for the fact that when Governor Hall made the race and power he promised more to theeople than isual or possible of accomplishment, it is not out plae to compare his ac mplishments with his promises, a wrning to ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

ler of VickLibtrg is ing rdeit of Miss'Gen Derger this week. -,etrice Ralphe of Reada Las been a 'redent i Miss 'Arwin 8ott. nry Funk and little son ve gone to Bayou Vidal visit of a week to her another, Mr. and Mrs. s of Mr. and Mrs. B. 'of St. Joeph, sympa- 1 'them in the sad neOws of their son, Mr. a piaey, which occurred I (~l., on tie 6th inst. Bonney has visited in Ahn he m de many i - was a bt6ther of the I - est B. Bonney, and is olorad6 for some o b !aves a wifeana one Moore, of Monroe, V Sbs on a visit tb er to , who is very ill in j( was a Visitor to Miss M eea, on her retfht to of -i Ogbourne and her ion, her ittle G Uraig havereturned vitit to Mr add Monette in Mean -rn. Geo. Spencer ' , day to visit their "e Mr. and Mrs. at ~heir home b' Mr. Spencer B. sad Mrs Span. 'e FPida. Po Ik had as tea res evening, Dr.and to, f King, L Go ad now of Md. 14 Ank Pirnell to YMs. Mary B. jo ns.e will fill his ` firppeir nueM I slsth of July (-to.-if l-ari attendance :S , 'tere will...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 July 1914

The Hollow - : of Her Hand SGeor ~e Barr McCutcheon CHAPTER XVll-Ceatlnued. He did not once Interrupt her. All the tim she was speaking he was stdyag the profile of her face as if -asnated by Its strange immobility. r the matter of a full half-hour he sat on the rail, his back against a post, his arms folded acsrous the breast of th thiMck ulster he wore, staring at her, drnking in every word of the story she told. A look of surprise wet into his face when she came to the point where the thought of marry lg HBetty to the brother of her victim rut began to manifest itself Into her desiga. For a time the look of In edality remained, to be succeeded by tter scorn as she went on with the reoltal. Her reasons, her excuses, her aplanations for this master stroke in the way of compensation for all that she had endured at the hands of the scornful Wrandalls. all of whom were hateful to her without exception, lusted him deeply. He began to un deistad the forces that compelled her to reso...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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