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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 February 1905

' "'V V Xocalanb personal fox tbe TOleefe. •NVWl/* We dropped in at Dr. J. L. Metcalf's new office in front of the Knights of Pythias hall this morning and found him all fixed up in his new quarters a.s snug as you please. lie has everything stconvenientlv arranged and is ready for business. It is one of the neatest and prettiest dental offices we have seen anywhere. Pino Chamber Sets at a dis- count for cash at Pittman'e. Dr, T. Clark of Cotton Gin nd went up to Ennis Tuesday after- noon. Messers. Geo. A. Bell, T. A. Griffith, A. D. McDonald, and F. L. Dunlap went up to Wor- tham Monday afternoon to assist the Woodmen Camp there in the . , , burial of Sovereign John Camer-' ^1DSinfT ° 801 back to Stock Farming:, Alfalfa and Creameries; In my last I spoke of stock farming aa being the means of on. Mr. Cameron was quite well known here and we join his Mexia friends in extending sym- pathy to the surviving members of his family. life again. Witb poor land a man is at his rows end, as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 February 1905

111 rV i ®iw ' _A jsri OANS LINIMENT „ KILLS PAIN 5 FACTORY AND 'FAMILVU5E | AN ENTIRE * MEDICINE 5loans Liniment is sold only by druggists and dealers, neverby pedlers or strapt fakirs. NONE DENUINF. WITHOUT DR.SLOANS PORTRAIT AND SIGNATURE ON EVERY BOTTLE DR. EARL 5. SLOAN. 615 ALBANY ST.. BOSTON.MA55. Poinsions Hood. Perhaps you don't realize that many pain poisons originate in your food, hut oma day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you. Dr. King's New Life Pills are guaranteed to care all sickness due to poisons of undigested food—or ...oney b'ick. 25c at u ia Drug Co. Try them. Miss G!•«••>•• ftcUulzbaH returned from a. visit in Cooiidge. Mrs. T. F. Smith and baby are visiting relatives in Houston, the Ucsi fhyaic. When you want a physic that id nii.il and gentle, easy to take <ind Certain to act, always use Chamberlain'sStomac and Liver Tablets. For sml' by Mexia Drug Jo. Hon. W- J. ITryant came up from Austin Sunday to visit his parents. County Atto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 February 1905

•r >N1 V, FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR CURES laugh* andCold* PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Foley's Honey and Tar not only Stops the cough, but heals and strength- en the lungs and prevents serious re- sults from a cold. j There is no danger of Pneumonia,1 Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Foley's Honey and Tar ia taken, as it will cure the most stub- born coughs—the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night. | If you have a cough or cold do not rkk Pneumonia when Foley's Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs. Remember the name — Foley's Honey and Tar—and refuse any substitute offered. Do not take chances wilh some unknown preparation that ■eotfcs you the same when you can get Foley's Honey and Tar, that costs you no more and is safe and certain 5n results. Contains no opiates. HAS B0II6HT THE TRINITY VALLEY Cured After Physicians Said Ha Had Consumption. E. H. Jones, Pastor M. E. Church, Giure, Md., writes:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 23 February 1905

2b*$: 'hiri v" ■ T\ IpinM Wiwwilt Thomas Dillon, an inmate of Ac Summit county infirmary, of Ohio, is on« of the few men who claim to have applied corporal punishment to Theodore Roose- velt, president of the United States. Dillon is 109 years old, veteran of the war of 181a and tlie Mexican war, and at the time a4 the spanking of the future president was a carpenter and (diner. He was acquainted with Roosevelt's parents, and con- ducted a carpenter shop several jlocks from their home, in New York. He says that the presi- dent, with other hoys, was fond of playing tricks 011 him, and that one day he caught young Roose- velt iti the act of pouring water Da the walk in front of his shop am a winter morning. Dillon avers that he administered a sound spanking to the boy, who was then about 10 years old, des- pite the youngsters threats of what would happen to Dillon when Roosevelt's father was in- formed. The threatened punish- ment never arrived. Dillon, isevertheless, very proudly cas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

Be? See J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas The State Herald. vol. 6 mexia, texas, thursday march2, 1905. No 9 1 Our Austin Letter V / K-t Some of the Doings of the Legislature. Special Correspondence. Austin, Texas, Feb. 28. 1905.— The question of raising the rev. «uue for the support of the state ind to pav the present defiiit^ id rar from being settled, although ■the Williams bill has been piissed up to the senate by the house, and no doubt other bills will be there before this is# printed. 'l'be good roads convention which met liere la3t week proved quite an interesting event and no doubt much valuable informa- tion was imparted to the legisla- tors who desired to learn about "20j.il roads.'' Senator Davidson has formu- lated a table showing the avei'Fge (diinber of students, patients, in the asylums, university und Agricultural and Mechanical college to each teacher or other employe. There is one employe in the university to every ten atudents; 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

i XILi'wOOUGH n CUItB th« LUWC8 -Ik King's Kbv Discovery *rO! J«PTION ■ OIGH ^OLDS OLGHS u< Frlct BOc lit 1.00 Fit* Trial. and Quickest Our* for all 33ER0AT and LUNG THOUB- XD, or MONEY BACK. «T PISSEN6ER SERVICE -IN- TEXAS. £ IMPORTANT B.'.iEWAYS 4 MTTOUILI TO ANSWER QUESTION*. SUPERB DULLMAN VESTIBULEP SLEEPERS, ^fiaSOUE RECLININGCHAIR CAR'-i (scats Fret) JH ALL THROUGH TRAINS. LINE WITH fast mornlngr and > ■;t rjiiig1 trains to St. Louis and the /as-tt. ■XiT LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper, und Isigrh-baclt Scarr<ft Beat Coachoe ■fcrousrh (without change) to N or: -Ji'.ssaaa. dally. C,TLINE WITH handsome new Chair • I't-.ra through (withoutci-ianeo) daily, ■ tSt. Louis, Memphis and "s-.Paso. •VLTi LINE WITH a saving: o. i 2 hour? :«y Salllornla. •".v.'ist Sleeping Cars, weekly, throusrl change) to San Francisco. DINING CARS . t V BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS M BOTH OF OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, '•CANNON BALL" AND VIGHT EXPRESS E P. TURNER, ^WSBAL PAS8ENOEBJ1ND TlCK*T AOENt- OAL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

yffi&MW. iff?a" CASTORIA s ®ajcsa^ The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of" and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KinlYouJavellways Bought ~ HI • tt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

S®$ State Herald. every Thursday by W. P. HOtJX. Editor and Proprietor. for opening thq fire on tbe traw- lers. Of course there is re- joicing in England and chagrin in Russia over the report. RAILROADS SHOULD HAVE FAIR PLAY. Snbwcr^tton, per year,. $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter And the war in the far east in to continue. Well, we can stand it if the Russians can. It is said that the Russian im- perial family is quaking with terror. All light; let them quake. It is said that Neidringhaus is going to retire from the senator- ial nice in Missouri. We are will- ling. The rivers and harbors bill has been passed at Washington, so far a,9 the Texas items are con- cerned. Charles A. Gardner, the man who has been enchored by thous- ands on his sweet singing, had a benefit given him in Chicago re- cently, he having beensick and in financial distress for several weeks. The Judge Swayne impeach- ment trial resulted in an acquit- tal for the judge. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

f Dr. J. L. Metcalf DENUST. *3gfOfflce —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. .Phone No. 110. ^ MEXIA. TEXAS local anfc> personal for tbe THIleefc. Fresh garden seed, two papers for si cets, at J. W. Kincheloe's, Calip Clark n£ Cotton Gin 13 visiting in Ennis. Singer sewing machine at 11. l.Anderson "dinger" Store. Mrs. Edwin Dunlap is visiting in Corsicatia. Plenty Solid Silver ware strict- ly first class at Pittman's. Jos. Nussbaum has returned from a business trip to South Texas. K. L. Anderson the "Singer" man will sell you a machine on long time easy terms or cheap for cash. Dick Steen left Tuesday afte?1- noon for north Texas on a busi- ness trip. Finest Cut Glass at Pittman's. H, L. Hall left Tuesday after- noon on the north bound (Jentral train on a business trip. "Singer store for Sewing Ma- chine and repairs. R. L . Ander- son. Whit and Cox Brodnax and Asa May went up to Corsicana Tuesday afternoon on business. Pittman sells China and Glass ware of all Styles and Pric...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

v< ifciMsatK You Must Sleep. If you cannot, it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain, which will soon de- velope into nervous prostration. Nature demands sleep, and it is as important as food; it is a part of her building and sustaining process. This period of unconsciousness relaxes the mental and physical strain, and allows nature to restore ex- hausted vitality. Dr. Miles' Nervine brings refreshing sleep, bccause it soothes the irritation and re- moves the congestion. It is also a nerve builder; it nourishes and strengthens ev- ery nerve in your body, and creates energy in all the organs. Nothing will give strength and vitality as surely and quickly as Dr. Miles' Nervine. "During the past "winter I had two attacks of LaGrippe which left me very werfk. and In bad condition. I was so nervous I could not sleep. My wife, after trying different remedies, went for a doctor. The doctor was out, and a neighbor recommended Dr. Miles' Nervine, and she brought home a bot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

'•■'r . -■ -> Sis" B flEKEli t '!'■ '.erst- i 5 stufcirani Coughs and Colds CURED BY FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAB DIGGING THE GREAT CANAL Thousands Engaged in Uniting the Atlantic and Pacific. , nekbf Coogta that ■ ymvr krad ache, your throat mad k mm and inflamed, that rob jm Mmf uatfl year system Iwwh ao *ws that yee are in gaffe daa^i VbemMnia or Consumption, eared by Foley's *pj F8LETS HNEY Ul Ttt soothes and heals the inflamed sages, allays the feverish con$tiea% ■tops the cough aad prevents suiiMt assulu from a cold. FOLEY'S HOMEY 1ND YM is the only prominent oongh medicine •n the market that does not contaia opiates or harmful drugs of any kind' and on this account is safest for children. It is unexcelled for Croup and Whooj^ ing Cough and will quickly cure tbs tacking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak longs unless properly treated. Remember the name — Foley's ■oney and Tar—and refuse substle tntes that cost you the same as tbs genuine. Do not take...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 2 March 1905

•' ' ' ..... ... .. ;$ 91 \v'.' Ethiopian English. "Our language," said John Sharp Williams, of Mississippi, tdkc Democratic leader of tne loose, in the Buffalo Commer- cial, "is certainly susceptible of jKttch mutilation. I recall a state- ment made by one of the 'hands' •n my plantation that I consider iOxc most ungrammatical combi- nation of words I ever heard. I sent for him to do something *S*3iit the house. Half an hour sa&er he' slouched up to me and said: 'Mr. Williams. I'm so busy <m£ yonder I come down to say I casn't came.'" "Huh!" put in Representative f'lnyco.:, of Geor- gia. "That's r.o: in it with the remark a waiter made to me once Longest Cantillever Brldgo. There is now under construction tcross the St. Lawrence at Quebec, a cantilever 'bridge which, when com- pleted, will contain the longest span ■>( any bridge yet erected, not even excluding the great cantilevers of the Forth bridge in Scotland. The vtructure is of the cantilever type, and consists of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

M '%&r. m- 7 " ■> *..r y _ wm. '■' ; ": See J. Sandford Smith lor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas P| ■ * State Herald. - i VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH,9 1905. No 10 T-> K:> ,y ' <• Mi> ♦U|-y|-y uimmi>iiiiDaiuiui 'j!ii!iiaiin !iiuiwiiii Biii iiigiiiigi«B iiiaiBaBiBBBiP!iiiiiini)BBipBaaaBaiiiiii3aBii!naiip!riiittiiiiBaia'ai3i!riaiiiiirai«aittiaiUi3iui iiiiiiiii iiiiiiaiaiBiiaiaiiBaiiiiiiiaiaiai$atiBiii«!'. !iiUiUiiiiiriiriiiaiiiiiiiinjy We want , to make this |[ 1! store one when yoa come || here you will feel at home: j! Meet Your Friends Here! Your Dollars are Stretched to Their Fullest Worth. More for Less. <<N ( ■ |R1; I fll I If I 1 / N Warner & Rimassa MEXIA :::::: TEXAS. All parcels left with us will be taken care of. Ex- press paid on mail orders $5.00 or ever, except sta- ples and heavy goods. With the advent *of Spring, you will find us ready with the seasons choicest material, and all your wants will be carefully looked ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

J I V w f .% I W I 1, f J MiD mME THE LUNGS mviii f. King's New Discovery u i W j ■ ;:iMPTiOh OIGHS and OLDS Price SOc & SI.00 Free Trial. JSaroee and viuickest Curo for all I TUKOAT and Ll'IiG THOTTB- I>KS, or MONEY BACK, MM MSSEHBER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC TEXAS <■>* ■lO rdOUBLS TO ANSWER QUESTION3. J&JPERB PULLMAN VESTI3UI.EP SLEEPERS, **fJOSOME RECLINING CH At fl cars (seats fpfe) on all through trains. MJL1' LINE WITH fa3t morning. cnri -•reninsr trains to St. Louis and the <i£t. SLY LINE WITH Pullman Sleepoi. Hj«J high-back Scarr^tt seat Coaches .<trough (without chance) to i-Iev.' •Oceans, daily. LT LINK WITH handsor_o nowChnlr Cars through (without cuani^e) dn.ii;, , -*s> St. Louis, Memphis and h—Paso. LINE WITH a saving- o. j 2 hourt vo California. '-•'triat Sleeping Cars, weekly, throvurl "T.hout changrel to San Francisco. DINING CARS .7 BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON both of our incom- parable trains, <€A!M!>IOIM BA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

'Smw' WmmW^ gt p~" •*>« iVV ' . I ■ I JflC Low Rates TO CALIEORNIA . ) c flrO LOW COLONIST TICKETS S • WILL BE ON SALE DAILY VIA- SOUTHERN PACIFIC aUNMET HOUT) March 1 t© May 15, 1905 [Inc.! ___| cinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, Atlanta, and EVERY 2 DAY IN THE WEEK FROM NEW ORLEANS. 5 5 Writ6 for Pamphlet, Giving Full Information. T.'J. Anderson General Passenger Agent HOUSTON, TEXAS. 5 Jos. Hellen j Asst. Gen'l Pass. Ag J* •n:1. * BHSIRJKSa Summer Homes Mountain and Seashore Resorts on Jthe linefof CHESPEAKE ana OHIO RAILWAY VTy^cheap rates in effect Jane 1st. 7 Enquire [of your loea Agent or write NO. D. POTTS, A. O. P. A, E. B. POPE, W. P. Cincinnati, Ohio. .') j i t . j > it winwiwin inn n r.H'JseffiSSfflB An Enormous Bible. The Kah-gyur, or Tibetan Bible, consists of 108 volumes of 1,000 pages each, containing 1,083 separate books, Each of the volumes weighs ten pounds and forms a package 26 inches long. 8 inches broad and S inches deep. This Bible requires a dozen yaks for i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

I j I.! 1' State Herald. ilal Mated ©rory Thursday by M. P. HOUX, Editor aDd Proprietor. Scbkcrivtlon, per year,. 11.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter Keep your eye on the railroad developements in and around Mexia and you will soon see some- thing. The inauguration of lloofevelt was the grandest in the history of our republic. Whither are wo drifting? And the senate backed up on the free pass business. Hard to tell what they do mean down there at times. Mrs. Stanford, widow of the late Jenator Lcland Stanford, of California, died in Honolulu a few dayB ago. and it is thought that she was poisoned. Upwards of 50,000 men were slain in the recent fighting near Mukden. Think of the widows and orphans that are crying for loved ones w ho will never again see them in tins world. Keep your ear to the ground and you will soon hear those MEXIA A8 A FUTURE RAIL- ROAD TOWN. As stated in the little daily yes- tereay, we have some inside in- formation coDce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

kb I ) 0 -<s Dr. J. L. MetcaU DENllST. |yOffice —Front Rooms in Knights of Pythias Hall. .Phone No. 110. MEXIA. TEXAF- ► local ant) iper son al \ jfor tbe Wleeft. { •^vwv> ^ Fresh garden seed, two papers for sheets, at J. W. Kincheloe's. C. T. Harris ha9 recovered from his spell of lajgrippe and is again on duty at the Neece & MeaUor lumber office. R. L. Anderson the "Singer" man will sell you a machine on long time easy terms or cheap for cash. Mrs. B. F. Shrimpton has re- turned from a visit to her o!d home in Dallas. She was accom- panisd home by lier sister, Miss Lillie Mitchell, who will spend a few days here. Miss Helen Jackson has return- ed to Greenville after a pleasant visit to relatives and friende here. '"Singer storo for Sewing Ma chine and repairs. R. I-. Ander- son. There is a fine boy baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, and joy in proportion. We will trade for your hogs, cows, and old machines as part pay on a new Singer machine R. L. Aneereon at t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

' Mm ■V I I jl II i 1" ■3 iS / SJ4 rfror Every Heart~Ache Every pain in the breast, dif- ficult breathing, • palpitation, fluttering or dizzy spell means that your heart is straining it- self in its effort to keep in motion. This is dangerous. Some sudden strain from over- exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves, or rupture the walls or arteries of the heart, and it will stop. Relieve this terrible strain at once with Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. It invigora.es and strengthens the heart nerves and muscles, stimulates the heart action, and relieves the pain and misery. Take no chances; make your heart strong and vigorous with Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "[ suffered terribly with heart dis- ease. I have been treated by different physicians for my trouble without results. 1 went to a physi- cian in Memphis, who claimed that I had dropsy of the heart, lie jut the X-ray on me, and in connection with his medicine he came near mak- ing a linish of me. Some time before this a Mr. You...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

I rS ALL EMERCENCIE! STUFFY COLDS QUIOKLY CURED BY Foley's Honey and Tar THE FAMILY > ON THE FARM FOR HAN OR BEA5T There is no case on record of a cold resulting in Pneumonia, or ' other serious lung trouble, after Foley's Honey and Tar had been taken. It will cure the most obstinate racking cough, and heals and strengthens the lungs. Foley's Honey and Tar ha« cured many cases of incipient Consumption and even in the last stages will always give comfort and relief. Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick relief to Asthma sufferers, as it relieves the difficult breath- ing at once. Remember the name—Foley's SLOANS LINIMENT KILLS PAIN KILL5 GERM5 5loan's Liniment is sold only by druggists and dealers, never by padlers ar street fakirs. NONE GENUINE WITHOUT DH.SL0AN5 PORTRAIT AND SICNATURt DN every BOTTLE. DR.EARL 5.5LDAN, 615 ALBANY ST, BOSTON,MASS. sy'i fus Honey and Tar — and retuse substitutes that cost you the same as the genuine. Do not take chances with some unknown preparation. Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 9 March 1905

W™8® %sf«p i0ai BSff:' •W (feV ! I . .-■v It V m$\ mors to S&riplng Business- — From the S n Antonio Daily Eiprew, D. W. Michaux of Houston, obairman of the railroad com- mittee of the Texaa division, Tra- k velars' Protective association of Amonca. and member of the Na tional railroad committee, arrived m this city Thursday. Mr Mich- aux in disoussing the various measures uow before the Texas Legislature, said that the impres- sion which seemed to exist in some quartet a that the traveling men, who represent the varied commercial interests of this coun- try, were in favor of ticket scalp- ing was not only erroneous, but •was an injustice to that class of men who were ownstantlv align- ing themselves with all laws and enterprises calculated to upbuild the best interests of this State. He also said that but very few traveling man assist or partici- pate in any way with the ticket- scalping business. It is the man who seldom travels who scalp tickets to a bro«er. The travri ing ma...

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