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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 21 July 1904

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. (Taken from The Comet.) Rev. L. H. Parker of Wagoner was in the city on business this week. Miss Minnie Jones of Fordyce, Ark., is spending the Hummer in the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. M K. Gowan. Mrs. P. R. Caesar who has been visitirg friends in Uenisun, has returned home on account of her husbands illness. The K. of P. will lay the cor ner stone or the C. M. E. church next Sunday at 3 o'clock and all the friends are invited to be pres ent. The Masonic Grind Lodge and Eastern Star is in session this week, and many visitor from various patts -)f the Territory are here. Rev. W. R. Toliver, the son of tne ex evangelist, is visiting his family here and preached at the First Baptist church last Sunday evening. Mr, P. Caesar has teen on the sick for about 3 weeks but is much improved and drives Diit occasionally as per advice of his physician. Mrs. Sadie Wright and Miss Anna D. Lucas of Eufaula, spent a few days in the city as dele gates to the Sunday School c...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 21 July 1904

i. iff ,- .wSi-. BOTH 8LEIQH AND -8ULKV. Better Have One to Take Out Your Best Girl Next Winter. Anyono who linn boon Blolgh riding with his best girl find suddenly come upon a clean Hlrctch of rond from which tho Bnow has disappeared and finds his old nag unnblo to draw the sleigh over tho rocks and stones and ruts that beset him will appreciate tho Idea of a sleigh which can immediate ly bo converted Into a wheeled millcj that will rattlo along over tho dry ground until another snow-covered highway la found. Tho Idea la clearly conveyed by tho plcturo herewith presented. Wheels The Sleigh Sulky, aro attached to tho rear of tho sleigh and by means of a handle may bo low ered to como Into contact with tin earth, raising tho sleigh runners and at onco transforming tho vehicle into a wheeled affair for uso anywhere. Tho rovorsal of tho hnndlo or. lever, when desired, returns tho Bulky to its original sleigh form. ' Playing Poker With Dollar Bills. Friends of a well-known business man ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 21 July 1904

v' JtijKStf j Refused to Listen. "Pardon me, sir," began the feml nlno victim of hard luck, who was forced to solicit alms, as she ap proached the crusty old bachelor's dnsk, "but I am a. poor lono widow, and " "You may as well break it off right there," Interrupted the heartless o. b. "I can't use any leap-year proposals In my business." A Different Kind. Johnny What does conscionco mean? Teacher It. is something inside of you that tolls you when you have dono wrong. Johnny Ma said I didn't have no conscience. But I know I had. Only, when I felt that way the other day, doctor said it was green apples. Brooklyn Life. Thoio Loving Girls. "Don't you think my now gown is a perfect dream?" asked the first dear girl. "Well, yes In one respect," answer ed dear girl the second. "And what is that?" queried she of the first part. "There is absolutely nothing in a dream, you know," replied Girlie No. 2. Only a Few Months. He After I am out of college, dar ling, I may have to wait a few months...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 21 July 1904

DR. R. H. WATERFORD DihfiiM'fc fo wcni n and children stic'osful )y trcatod. AIm) chronic (INeuccs of men Office, lol 1-2 N. Main St. Residenco 81.' S. Main St Kirshbaum: HAND MADE CLOTHING, SHIRTS ALL KINDS OF HATS. V COMPLETELY AND COMFORTABLY SERVE WESTERN MISSOURI AND EASTERN KANSAS TO THE PRINCIPAL CITIES EAST, WEST, NORTH, SOUTH. PULLMAN SLEEPERS, RECLINING CHAIR CARS. TRAINS LIGHTED AND VENTILATED BY ELECTRICITY. The Direct Route to the "WORLD'S FAIR CITY" SAINT LOUIS For ilHulIort liiformntlon, call 011 iioiiroql ripruHoiitatlvo t'ltlSCO SVSTKM, or luldii-'.H L. W. PRICE, DItlslou Fuiwnger Agent, JOPLIN, MO. NEW TRAIN SERVICE. The Frisco is now opratin a through passenger train between Hope, Arlc, and Sherman, Tex as, via Ashdown, Hugo, Duranl, Mead .1 unction and Donison. The west dound leaves Hope at 8:05 a. m., Ashdown at 9:29 a.m., a"rivos a Hngo, 1:05 p. m., connecting with limited train which rooho St. Louis at 7:20 and Knnsas Ci'.y ai 7:10 next morning, it also connec...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

w me msm mm. H Vol. 5 Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, July 28, 1904 Number 42 lXf K ST. JOHN'S GRAND LODGE ELECTION Of Officers For The Ensuing Year, Appointive Position'. At the territorial conclave of St. John's Grand Lodge, A. F. & A. M., held last week, the fol lowing officers were elected : Gr. Master, J. C. Johnson, Wewoka; Deputy Gr. Master, A. D. John son, Vim'ta; Grand Senior War den, W. L. Brown, Tatum; Gr Junior Warden, Andy Rider: Gr. Treasurer, S. T. Wiggins, Ard more; Grand Secretary, W. H. Twine, Muskogee. These were selected to fill the positions of appointive officers: Grand Senior Deacon, D. Rich ardson; Grand Junioi. Deacon, L. E. Sango; Grand Steward, Wm. Vann ; Grand Junior Stew ard, Steve Grayson; Gr. Chap lains, R, W. Washington anJ.R. Manuel; Grand Marshall, A.'E. Clark; Grand Pureuviant, M. A. Fisher; Grand Lecturer, J. T. Trimble; Grand Recorder, F. J. Gordon; Grand Special Depu ty Recorders, H. H. Hard wick, S. W, Allen and T.J. Brown; -Grind Tyl...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

--irtr-w " I, ' - , t 9' i m HAD DONE MUCH,FORt!lNDIA. v Millionaire Philanthropist Deserved Well of Hie Country. It In staled in a London papar that Mr. J. N. Tata, tho mllllonalro philan ihroplst of Borabny, who died recontly, Iffttl mndo experiments oxtendlng over n sorles of years for tho acclimatiza tion of Egyptian cotton In India, and In fni I tabic localities these mot with pome measure of kuccosb. In many othor ways, such as serl-culture, after tho Japanese method In Mysoro, tho extension of tho ubo of artesian wells nnd tho intioduotion of cold storage, Mr. Tata contributed to tho Industrial expansion of the country of his birth. lly means of his scholarships for In dinn you tho of special promise in Europe and America, ho afforded many of hla young fellow-countrymen opportunity for gaining technical knowledge. Tho Indian University of Tlesoarch to ho created at Bangalore n I ho outcomo of his otter of an on downmenl of 200,000, will bo tho monument of his beneficent, care...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

mmmr-r- .-I..IJI in ,iry1iww .ww .. w t " SS " '7 itfr -- ,!C - ...JU-.-' '"1'U iMW A man maylbe aahoncst asrtho4day Is long andtlll hnveva'bad record at W W tight. I do not belicvo Plso'a Cure fo'r OonsumtiUon Us n equal for coughs and colds. Joittf V. Ijoykii, Trinity Springs, Imt., Feb. 15, 1000. Don't embark in matrimony if you Itave got to travel steerage. u "twW r . .bbbbbbbbbbLLbW .BBBBBBBBBBBBBLkW BBBBBnl99Tv7'' ''.VvlSBBBBBBBSBBBBBBk BRVtf-i'iHnBBOlBBBBBBBna BSBHrVVif ff&to ' . H''9fW7HMaBBBBMBVi9kV More Flexible and Lasting, von't uhake ovit orblow out; buslng Defiance Search you obtain bctler',rc mlts than 03sibfe with any otYfor Eraud. audi one-third more loiwisaiuo iioney. '"- " " A keen critic ia apt to make cutting remarks. $, Valurof a learty Laugh. Health, an English publication, Lays; 'It is good-vto laugh. "" There ia prob ably not 'the'' remotest comer or littlo inlet of the minute blood vessels of the body thnt'doos not fee! some wave let from the great conv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

H - u I THE CIMETER, Published every week in the in terest rf the Negro by the Cimeter Publishing . o W. H. TWINE .... Editor. R. WOOD, Asst Editor and Manager. J. T. TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. Entered at the Post Office at Muskogee l.T. as second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION; (In advance) One Year $1.00 from the crime of dishonesty by doing right. Who ever heard of a Drive soldier assaulting a ''dead cock" or dead anything. It's only the skulking Cayote or hyena that attaot the dead, and hence the fellows behind the four column attact, to judge from what they say, must be in this class. No, we are not a leader, never laid claim to leadership, don't want to be known as leader. We BixMoeths 60 1 are one of the boys in the trenoh inree wontns 35 ea; and when leaders like Isaac -. j et al flirt with the democrats, and 1 fuu auvioB yur people w VOltf I0r Democrats, we will tell the peo Running for Con cress it? no sign of greatness and even con testing for a seat in that National bedy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

ENGLAND STIRRED RUSSIANS DETAIN 1RITISH MAIL 8TEAMER8 THREE HOURS GERMAN AND ENGLISH PRESS INDIGNANT Passage of Volunteer Fleet Through Dardanolleo May Cause Internation al Interference Japan 8orry?That Other Nations May Take a Hand LONDON: The Dally Mail's Aden correspondent says that the British 'steamers Woodcock and Dalmatia wore held up by the Russians in the lied Sea and detained for three hours. The correspondent says that the captain of the Russian volunteer l'loct steamer St. Petersburg ha3 no tified the British residents nt Aden to wire the British consuls at Suez nnd Port Said that he would seize any British steamer bound for the Far East if the contents of th'elr packages were not clearly shown on their manifests, according to inter national law. Too Daily Mail's St. Petersburg cor respondent says that two more steam ers of the Russian volunteer fleot'now at Odessa have received confidential orders to leave this week for the Red Sea and to seize British vessels which are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

If LABORS INDUSTRY The Price of Piety. "John Dlvoi, man, and hnve yon heard whut the preacher tald or you, Intent your saintly churactcr to xmlrcli?" "Aye, tlmt I have," John Dives said, "but the like no more he'll do, or I havo bought the preacher nnd tils church!" "John Dlvea, ninn, nnd hove you hard how th teacher's spoken out AguliiNt the mlyn of money and mis rule?" "True. tru, he did," Joint Dlvcu mild, "but hc'i pledged no more to hIioui, I' or i havo bought tho teacher and hl.i school." "John IDlven, man, and did you hear tho legislators say They'd chock tho sleek, dishonest things you doV" "I did " said John, "and tlioy reformed without tho least delay, Fop I have boiiKhl tho legislature, too." "My heart la pure," John Dives wild, "for tho Coin can do no wrong; All things ure on the market lor tho buying, J've tho kays lo Ksrth and Heaven, which 1 purchased for a song 1 can Kot the Icayu lo Hades without trying," tvullaco Irwin. NEWS OF THE LABOR WORLD. Item of Interest Gat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

h 1 The Pasting Singer. O all of you that hold the gates of vis Ion, Fling wide your doors to those without that wnlt, And lead them through the highways of your city, And through Its temples, ere it be too lute. O all of you that know love'a orchard ClOHCB, B?nd down the boughs for those be yond the wnll; Gather for them from nil your wealth of blossom, And shake the branches that the frutt may fall. O all of you made stewards of earth's treasure, Give while you may the gold that Is your trust; For you shall He at last where la no giving, With helpless hands close folded In the dust, O all of you dwelling In the house of learning; Set forth your pages that the poor muy read The gathered wisdom that the years In herit, In haste before you pass beyond their need. O all of you that know the wells of Kindness, And sin,' beside them; share, while yet you live, Your pitcher with the thirsty, ere, here after, You hear them cry and be too poor to give. Ah I tflve. The road you tread has no...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

N STRIKE RENEWED DISAGREEMENT AFTER TERMS HAD BEEN ARRANGED SITUATION WORSE THAN LAST WEEK Strike Is Now on In Earnest Mat ten Not Satisfactorily Adjusted Entire Market of United States Ef fected CHICAGO, July 22. The stock yards strike, which was ronowed this morning in Chicago and all other points whoro tho big packing coin panics have branches, because the strikers were dissatisfied with the manner in which tho employers pro poBcd to reinstate their former em ployees pending a settlement by arbi tration, will continue for nnothor day at least. A joint conference between representatives of both sides of the controversy and representatives of tho allied trades in an attempt to bring about a peaceable adjustment of this second strike was unsuccess ful, and the mooting was adjourned to-night nt 8 o'clock with tho umior standing that another conference would be held tomorrow morning at fl o'clock. At to-day's conference,' which lasted five hours, a committee consisting of five represe...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. (From the Comet.) Mrs. H. M. Fletcher, Su. 5th street is on the sick list, Mrs Mattie MoGowan is on the sick list suffering from plow fever. Mrs. W. Hamble Carrington of Wagoner, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of Mrs L, F; Fue. Miss Balzora Malvern who has hpn Hick tor several weeks if has been on the sick lict for tho past manth and it is hoped the trip to the Springs may help ner into better health. The pastor and members of the A. M. E. church spent laet Sab bath visiting the other churches of the city owing to the fact that they had uo place in which to hold sericves. Hereafter and un til they can worship in the new church, their meetings will be aeld at the new Masonic Hall .1 ? L.lil. I 11T TT rTMiinn'ti nw rtffljla now mucn improved in neauu near w. n. www o w. and will soon be perambulating among friends. Mr. V. E. DeRadcliffe, form- .The (Jreek Real Estate Bank- f injr and Trust Co. is no longer a erly of Greenville, Mississippi, who is now engaged in...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

m. viIM i U -4' Mi H !'' i i Muskogee Ci meter. 1 " rr, m. twine, Kditor. MUSKOGEE, IND. TER. &. LIS. NEW STATE NOTES. 'An old man named Batos, hailing from Missouri, was tlcoccd out of, ?GG.(!G by two confidence men at AIus kogea-last vcok. - . .-. , Purccll lias boon designated by I he department uslono of vtho places iWhero' the Chickasaw-Choctaw pay ments will bo made. .lohn D. Williams, ehnrgod with the murder of John Thrasher at Woolsey, has been roleased fiom eustody. At tho prollmlnary trial it developed thill the killing was justifiable. In digging a prospect well at Spen cer last week a four-loot vein was struck at a depth of nearly seven hundred feet. An oil refining company 1km been organized at Muskogee, tho object of vheji is to build a plant large enough to take caie of the present outpuT of ollaud to add to Its capacity as the supply Increases. v V , 7 'jAbe Chrlsmon died at his home in Vinlta .from the effects' of a gun shot wound In tho neck as a result of a io...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

KIM" THI RACES APART. trlngtnt Uiwi Prevented Mixing of Scotch and English. In the time of Jim II. of Scotland tha ralati'ona botwn the Scotch and Engllah wer had Indeed. The kinsj objected to any buslnesa dealing be tween the Scotch and their southern neighbors. To hi aubjects he tnoueht nothing could result therefrom but evil. To preserve them, therefore, from any approach to amity and Inter course with the hatod aouthron, he actually decreed "outlawry" against those who should desire, oven In that time of peace, to smooth down tho dif ferences which divided tho two pgo plfl. Against Hngliahmen visiting fceotland without leave the law wan specially severe, nor was' any Scots man to be allowed to become security or guaranty for an Englishman under any circumstances whatever, unless he wished to be accused of high trea son. Even legitimate trade was for bidden. No Scotsman was to supply the English garrisons In Berwyck or Roxburgh with "ony victual, fewal or uther aupportation" unde...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 28 July 1904

" "REPLY TO THE HUMAN HYENaS" (Oontinui'd fiom filltcirlnl iiajri'. brand who are republican for revenue only and whofe idea of promotion for the race is to deal with the opposition in a political contest. Hyena Isaac hus baen appointed as custodian of the charter and is sponsor for Davis, Sims, and the Lincoln Club. This club is a fit cnild of the hyenab, and there is nothing decent about except the name, it was con ceived by the lily-whiter passed the usual incubation iisin and was brought forth in iniquity. A ; child with all the hereditary taints that must necessarily iol lsv from it diseased p-iren's is indeed a pitable object i.nd such id the Lincoln club. The ayole Isaac unintentfon ally make uh a power as he shows to his own satisfaction that every man that Twine op posed in the spring election was defeated and those that Twine favored were elected. This would make Twine the abbolute dictatDr etc. As a matter of fact Cayote Isaac's statements are simply lies of the most desp...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 August 1904

The jyiuskogee mm. &?' Vol 5. Muskogee, Indian Territory, Thursday, August x 904- Number 43 , CHEROKEE OFFICERS ARE LOCATED HERE. Freedmen Desiring to be Enroll meni Must Come to This City. , The freedmcn desiring to have their names included on the Cherokee rolls will now be compelled to leave their nation and come fo Muskogee. Cherokee Attorneys Davenport and Bell have opened offices on the third floor rA the Dawes Commission building urcl have brought all the official docu ments over from Tahlequah. In the fu ture all evidence and argument as to the right of f recdmen to be enrolled will be heard and determined there. There are as yet some 400 who have not been ad mitted by the Daws Commission, and 750 applications passed by the commis sion whic have not yet been passed up on by the Secretary of the Interior. The Tahlequah Herald, in its last issue, says: "There is a rumor afloat that Chief ttogers was not at all well pleased with the manner in which the attorneys for the Nat...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 August 1904

"I I- HVIMMaiW'fciii HMfca DIRT GOOD FOR CHILDREN A Chicago Judge Rebuked a Father Who Complained The fact that hor children are not nlwnys kept tidy cannot longer ho a matter of reproach to a wlfo from hor hushand, according to Justice Hurley, who declared recently that the presence of Chicago dirt on a child Is not a criminal offense. "It Ik no crime to have dirty chil dren," the court said when John Mc Ma lion included such a state of affairs in hits domestic trouhles. "In fact, it makes them healthier, for It Is healthy for children to he dirty. But your children have always appeared clean when they have appeared In court with your wife." Mrs. Margaret McMahon had hor nushand arrested on jLhe chargo of making threats to kill her, but when .tustlco Hurley said all he could do whs to send the husband to tho Bride well for the offense she was unwilling he should be punished. The hus baid promised to leave within a week and tho case was continued until August 2. Arriving at a Verdic...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 August 1904

. mnjt .., il &? "DICKEN8 LAND" FAST GOING. Spots Immortalized by Novellst6 Make Way for Improvements. The past nine months of public Improvement have wiped out half of what remained of "Dickens LauV"in' London. The few remaining houses and haunts Immortalized by his genius are now "threatened with de struction. Characteristic enough the )lnco in which Dickens placed his rich and prosperous characters for the most part remain, while the re sorts in which he pictured tho abode of the poor and hwnble have been de stroyed. Mr. Dombey's house still SANCTUARY IN A CHIMNEY. The Wonderful Growth of j Calumet ! Powder Is due to its Perfect Quality and Moderate Price Used in Millions of Homes The Bear May Think So Of course, if the Lion jumped or the Bear it wouldn't be so mortifying as having to submit to the .mlkadu and .eat humble pie for breakfast.--Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune. I inn sine PIso's Cure for Consumption saved my life three yems ago. Mas. Tuos. KomiiNs, M.iplij Street, ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 4 August 1904

"9" r (')'" H tpp5 SWSHSSBlSSa, pwi. 2es I W r THE CIMETER, Publifhed every week in the in terest of the Negro by the Cimtter Publishing Co. W.H. TWINE - - - - Editor. R. WOOD, Ass't Editor and Manager. J.T.TRIMBLE - - - Solicitor. P QUALLS, Manager, Printing Dept Entered at the Post Office at Muskogee I.T. as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION; (In advance) One Year $1.00 6ix Months '. 50 Three Months 25 Republican Ticket. For President, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. For Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. of Indiana. The U. S. Court officials are after the law breakers with a hot stick and the outlaws are on the run. The Wagoner Echo is a new ship on the journalistic em with Capt. Caning ton in command. It is a newsy sheet arid capable of doing much good for the race and the f arty. We wish Capt. Carrington a successful voyage. The Court House Gang have made it possible for Neg.oee to pass through Holdenvillo and ev en stop there when they have business or desire. (We supp...

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