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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

w mr. 1(7/ 1 !p - I '! ffl Ic 1 v See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurance, rte*ia I ;k i# "\ \ ■he Mexia Weekly Her/ Twelfth Year. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, J AN. 5, 11)11. OLD SANTA CLAUS WAS BUSY AND MADE LOTS OJf JtiJuARxs HArrY HONDURAS NOW spirit of yule-tide. Gaines and music were indulged in uutil a late hour when refreshments of ... 11/in TiinALO sandwiches, olives, pickles, cake |ft| W\ n |H|l|lr\ and hot chocolate were served. I llllvLU About twenty guests were pres- "• cut. The hostess was assisted in FIGHTING IS SAID TO BE G0- entertaining by her mother and I Mrs. W. S. OwensJey of Hearae. CENERMJOLIDAY Christmas Trees, Family Reun- ions and Social Gather- ings the Order of the Day. A n RDin/ii UUI UHL PARTY ING ON ALL ALONG BOR- DER LINE OF NIC- ARGUA. Christmas was properly cele- brated in Mexia by old and young. Old Santa Claus was busy all Saturday night dlstribut ing presents to the little oncjs and some of the older ones also. Christmas trees were ...

Publication Title: Mexia Weekly Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

1 f THE HERALD Published every Thurmlay N. P, HOUX. Editor •ritl Proprietor. MEXIA, There to still a place fi 4a this auto-flylng age. MASTERY OF THE AIR LEVIES HEVAY TRIBUTE Progressive farmer* arwH^plow- •®t by gasoline, thus having more hay to tell. Will the International school of pMc« organize a football team and go out after the championship? A Wlnsted (Conn.) farmer has trained a rooster to ride a bicycle. ThU Is something to crow about. A 8wlss doctor sajs that drunkards live longer than total abstainers. Still, even this is no excuse for being It Is planned to unionize the hoboes. Excellent. And then stop them from working other people after union hour*. Montenegro Is a kingdom now in- stead of a mere principality. Over In Montenegro there are people proba- bly who think we care. The man who introduced moving pictures Into this country Is dead, but whether he died remorseful or unre- pentant the dispatches do not say. That New York professor who de- clares college women hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

h j' Ms L f I 11 : f j \i a u .ill v * n V y s t V' : Admii&l Deweys 7/ rAottXJ* WALPOJT Pawceti; Vmmiox GfOJPGS IPjFVKFy— vy? ®&S,Z my m vi/r tmrnM* JZOOAT ~Z?' ' 0A DMIRAIj DEWEY, head of the A United States navy, has an espe- cial reason for feeling In a fes- tive mood during the merry Yule- tide season. It brings him a double holiday. Not merely, you understand, the dual celebrations of Christmas and New Year's day, but another one besides. The ex planatlon of surprise of red let tor days in the admiral's calendar at this season of the year Is found in the circum- stance that the birthday anniversary of the hero <5f Manila bay occurred on December 26, the day after Christmas. Moreover, the Admiral's friends make as much of the birthday anniversary as they do of the general holiday that just pre- cedes it. The highest ranking officer of our naval ser vice Is quite in conceit with the idea of having his birthday anniversary fall in the same week r 'A % rub v,\ .♦> BI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

notice delinquents. Published Bv«ry Thursday. N. I . Houx, Editor and Proprietor. Many accident8 happened dur- ing the. holidays, and despite old Santa's Merry Christinas greet- ings the boys seemed to have lots of fun killing each other. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oa« Year *1-00. Six Months Three Months .50 Mexia business men enjoyed a prosperous season during the hol- iday and now they are busy tak- ing stock and getting ready for . , ... .a prosperous vear during 1911. second-class matter March 1 1 • Mexia, —-;— A crazy man in New York shot at himself three times, but at earl.i shot he -"ducked" his head and the balls went wild. Why not try kicking himself to ■Entered as I, 1908. at the postoffice ar, Texas, under the act of Congress ol March 3, 1879. 1 yr. $i0.00 1500.00 24.00 -30.00 14.00 175.00 ADVERTISING RATES 1 issue 2 is. 4 Is. 1 Page 112.00 $22.00 ft '* 7.50 13.00 " 4.50 7.50 Less Than One uaQiter Page. 1 isRue—-per inch 20 cents. J issues—per Inch 35 cents. ( issues—per inch 50...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

'ft'vs .VuH &imh ♦ / I M'< - w4 a v \ A . •J I ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. i' Safe 1 V W. have arranged for western capital whereb/ I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre-" payment privileges. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas DIED. Clarence Means died Sunday night at 8 oclock at the home of his parent* in this city after n lingering illness, which lie stood with christian fortitude throughout several years. lie was laid away in the city ceme- tery Monday afternoon. We exteud sincere sympathy and eon; dolenec to the bereaved family, and other relatives in their hour of fcorrow. Airs. W. S. Owensby has re- turned to her home in I lea me, after visiitiing her aunt. Mrs. Walter Myers. I A A I OIlH LUwm uiiu Darcnnol 1 w t ouiim i Miss Anita Park has returned to Bryan after spending the hol- idays with friends here and at Teague. t D. H....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

} n. ' ' : ■ t ' *' NDARY CITIES IN STATE OF TEXAS . * 1 $ ( *ORTY TEXAS TOWNS EXCEED 5000 POPULATION. TWENTY HAVE OVER 10,000 Fifteen Pass 5000 Mark During Past Ten Years. E w hi Bt bi: pi< wfc pe i c' I e 1 9' Washington: The municipalities In ,Texaa having a population In exceus of 5,000, Increased thirteen in num- ber (luring the last ten years, there bATitUr bean onlv twftnt v-Rfiv«n In 1H00 while the population statistics ot the rphirteenth Census issued by the Cen- sus Bureau show forty in 1910. Two municipalities which in 1900 had over 6000 Inhabitants, decreased in popu- lation and do not appear in the pres- ent list.. These were Uonham and Urenham. Three other municipalities decreased in population during the de- cade. These were Galveston with a loss of 80S, Corsicana witii 436 and Gainesville with 250. Ot the eight cities having in excess of 5,2000 inhabitants, live showed a remarkable rate of increase, being Jed by Port Worth with a 174.7 per ,/cent increase; El Paso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

V Odd News From Big Cities Storiea of Strange Happenings in the Metropolitan Towns Gotham Spends a Billion for Gifts gotham HA5 THE christmas SPIRIT ALL RIGHT MEW York.—That *1,000,000,000, or 11 n amount equal to the annual ex- penses of the national government, has been Bpent hero this year to fill Father Knickerbocker's 6,000,000 Christmas stockings and those of rel- atives and friends of residents In his domain Is the estimate of experts who havo carefully followed one of the most remarkable holiday seasons in the history of the country. Reports from other parts of the country reflect similar conditions and Indicate a holiday business of $10,- 000,000,000 or more for the country at large. In spite of the alleged un- satisfactory business situation, Santa Olaus has been patronize^ in a most lavish manner this year. Even in this billion-dollar Christmas outlay, however, the much-talked-of Increased cost of living has had a marked effect. Presents in the form of luxuries are fewer ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 5 January 1911

1 uJfitiBI «#• m i<®rw Old Men AIR MEN WILL BE SEEN IN DARING RAGES. Big New Years' Meet in Dallas of Bird Mem Will be All Thrills. Climbing into the higher alti- tudes. deseevuliug to within half . - . . . a hundred feet of the earth in .w bacomea harder and harder to get the , . . , , DOWila to move promptly and regularly hair-raising glides, circling above •udden change from years of of both body and mind to of later years causes the system to undergo many gas, chief of which i* in the di- festive organs. . «I #nd In consequence many elderly men auf- Iw not only from the basic touble. con- atlpatlon, but from indigestion, ht'udaoho, Mlchlng. sour stomach, drowsiness after •atlrc and similar annoyances. It Is first of all necessary to Iteep the bowels open and then to tone the digestive muscles so aa to get them to again do tholr worlt naturally. A violent cathartic or purga- tive is not only unnecessary but harm- ful. and something mild will do the work Just as well. After you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

r P>: v \ '■ " V. * «! w •$>■,..-agS ■•', • f '' Rv4'- , m? toJ. Sindford Smith for FIRE, LIFE arid TORNADO Insurawwe, rte*la, Teiu, The Mexia Weekly Herald. Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 19X1. UM Per Ta \r i1 r. AN ANCIENT PROGRAMME PRESERVED FOR THIRTY- U^I TSAaa BY Sana. &. T. KENNEDY. Following is a program of an entertainment that occurred in Woodland during the holidays of 1879, and the original has been preserved for all these years by Mrs. R. T. Kennedy: ENTERTAINMENT. Programme. Part One. Vocal duet—Lottie Lee—Mias- ms Root and Carter. Recitation—The New Organ- Misses Mary Ferrell and B. Wing field. Vocal Duet—Under the Stars Misses Bonner and Lennard. Pantomime—Search for Happi- ness—Characters. Seeker—Miss Mary Ferrell. Wealth—Miss Kate Wingfield. Knowledge—Miss Hattie Root. Fame—Miss Sal lie Everette. Music—Miss Carrie Bonner. Art—Miss Lizzie Wingfield. Beauty—Muss Carrie Everette. World Pleasure—Miss Caddie Carter. Love—Little Maidee Campbelle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

HERALD , bed every Thursday. -^UX. Editor and Proprietor. 'WW* i ,, , . - - - - TEXAS *• <•!*)#«« ■"■tomoblle driving is to olhrtnaied. / , Ana now will not the Pullman com PNjr reduce the porter's lips? Don* wlCrt Hie-pesslmlstlc westhei prophet's prediction on a long winter, Flat-wheeled trolley cars and all •uto horns are to bo regulated iu New York. The center of population, unlike most of the sons of Indiana, remains In thut state. The United States array wants aero- planes. They will probably be manned in v ibiuua. Winter may be trying to keep It up until March. It began early and It has been coli^throughout. J 1 - otho of a is to have an aviation week. the march of up-to-date clvlll- 32< goes—or rather flies—merrily In J.. hous Kran fag-new census of Berlin and Its to >,'< shows a population of 3,400,- desljt la'camping on New York's thp frhe le'te JJ^Uudy killed a promising youth othelmore, but there is no danger malady ever becoming an epi- rtnan has invented a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

SATSUMAS STAND THE COLO f * Fruit Now On Trees Is Practically All Ruined ' /' J w \L/ i i i 1m , ■ . / ' * 1 H ADVICE TO WOMEN %■ Women suffering from any form of ueas are invited to promptly couu Wunicate with Mrs. Pinfcbam at Lynn, ass. All letters aro received, opened, ad and answered by women. A wo- man can freely talk Jllty ^aSKvNIlr' 'ier P^vato ill- ^y/)/jjf l\V nesa to a woman; thus has been es- tablished this con- fldence between rs. rinkhato and tha women of America which baa nover been broken. M over has she pub- lshed a testimonial or used a letter without tho written consent of the writer, and never has tho Company a allowed these confidential letters to get out of their possession, as tho 'hundreds of thousands of thera ill a thoir tiles will attest. a- Out of the vast volume of experience ™.vliich Mrs. Piukham has to draw Jrom, it is more than possible that she ; 'has gained tho very knowledgo needed ; in your case. ShD asks nothing in re- turn except your good will, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

——. Iwy Tt nr^y. tntf f r«prUtor, •UMCRimON RATES. 11.00. Vs Month* .60 Month* 26. .ftMsBjl OM T«r uW'. KttNd M Moend-clus matter March 1908, at the poetolfice at Mexia, V«m, under the act of Congrew of March S. 1879. 30.00 176.00 ADVERTISING RATE8 1 issue 2 is. 4 U. 1 yr. i Page $12.00 $22.00 $V,.00 $600.00 % •' 7.60 13.00 24.00 14 •' 4.60 7.60 14.00 Less Than One uaQrter Page 1 issue—per inch 20 cent*. I Issues—per inch 36 cents. 4 Issues—per inch 60 cents. i Those negro porters at the state house who «erenaded Gov. Gampbeil and dubbed him the 7-11 governor must be true blue negroes all right, and know how to roll the bones. PSPsMi rrr $'V snipiii SORRY WS CAN'T ATf**D — ImaV 1A i AN APPRECIATED MENT. COMPLI / "Ellis, 1 enjoy reading your paper very much. Your style of ^ xpression and the force you en> thp dQy in the handling of subjects. ,fer!'tee its me exactly." Thus spoke J Oapt.. Thos. J. Gibson of Mexia. J who is acting as special district 1 judge this week an the absence...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

1 'V„ V/ I Money to Loan ON IM, ROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LliiN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. W. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. M. WHITE, Lawyer Mexia, Texas Local and Personal, Bring your hides wool and bee8wax nod get the highest cash pnoe.— C. Felk. D. A. Kerzee left Wednesday afternoon on. an. extended pros* pec ting trip through tfte west and "will be gone for some time. : > Rogers silver tea spoons 4d cente a set at Pittaan's Jewelry Stork . ■ '>< si f li^ George Deis returned to Gal- 4 Mr. E. P, Moore who has been in the photograph business here for some time left Sunday for his new home in Fort Stockton. Ev- ery one is sorry to see. Mr. Moore leave for a more pleasant and accommodating gentleman we have never met. 11 is many friends join us in wishing him the best of luck in liis new home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

EDWARD B. COPyRIGHT VVT A-PATTEF^On W w i JfS " fill lisftei - «<A'y ^ • .v.V>V- L'r r"::. 1 rr - w •*. . tffpiMysli f1: ' A wsacr ' #nii *• ««w Mfc. aw£i5& VjV'T 3& T<n skscsw % < iiaic'i —L-. . •< To <\ty~j,Ae *y CZsMffWjr jz&4H4BV& jeoorf °J ?y?ATScs£ i^£?/ajyy- *Hf lew jm SI ifi .«# v wmwn M ASHINGTON has within ita lim Ita considerable foreign terrl tory. The residences of the min- isters to the United States from other countries are considered In a sense as alien ground, and therefore homo sanctuary for those who dwell therein. The foreign official colony in Washington forms a study of life interest which is never wearying to the native lnhabi lants of the capital. "The for- eigners are so different," is the way that the natives put It. This Is trtie in a large sense, but in specific instances tho tiiroigners are not so different. Many of thenu especially those from Central and South American countries, fall readily into the United watt p^'4. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

A •V v. f\ Wi Interview Causes Stir in Washington J^ W—'J ^ ■ ■ •—| f^VWSHIKCTOgi WASHINGTON.—Capital society has had nothing that has made It sit up and take notice In a good whilo. But It sure got a slap that wakened It with a jump the other day when there appeared In a New York news- paper an alleged Interview with Rar- onnfut HnnirplmullAr von Hnngrfirvnr. the "deanness" of the diplomatic corps, or, to put It properly, the doyenne, her husband, Baron Hengel- mullor von llengervar, being the dean. The baroness, who has been In New York city, permitted herself to be In- terviewed by a very sprightly young lady reporter in New York, who on two or three previous occasions has eh&wn herself to be rather long on Imagination and short on facta. She directly qubtes the baroness as fol- lows: "Washington Is dull and stupid. So- P' l.S BO lety there is provincial. To get to Sfork Is heaven to me, for there much to do besides paying and receiving calls and callers and drink- ing.. tea ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 12 January 1911

Sample r J Iron indigestion are wak- W P to the fact that peppermint Wmki, charcoal and "dyspepsia *JHi arc only makeshifts in the cure oi ao troublesome a complaint as chronic Indigestion What is required la •Ojnethliut tnat wtll not only relieve but Which will tone and train the digestive *5WSituf. M*in do its work normally, ana this theae aimple remedies cannot do. •• aomathln* mora to the cura teal** tlon than sweetening tha br«ath, and yet a remedy that only con- tuna M Mltlwa an _ MEXIA HIVE N0.510.T.M. CEREMONY OF DRAPING THE CHARTER IN LOVING MEMORY OF t*tn digestive tnfridienta will "not cura prmaosntly. an the basis of Indigestion M poor bowel circulation, and that re- LADY JEANETTE WALLER 0 thorn Amel quires a scientific laxative. We know of ao remedy that combines theae re- quirements batter than Dr. Caldwell's Byrup Pepsin, which has been sold for a Quarter of a century. Dr- Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is a laxa- .tZS c,e t'«c blending of nat- Uf~ Ingredients for the cure o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

r t* i % m 4 ^ j I, I See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LKFE and TORNADO InsuraMe, fleitla. Tew. exia eekly Herald. t'yft — = Twelfth Year. MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSO AY", JAN. 19, 1911. «L0 For Tmm COURT HOUSE NEWS SOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE HALLS OF JUSTICE. fcVom Groesbeck Journal. Setting of the Criminal Docket. Following is the setting of the criminal docket of the District Court, being such cases as are now pending. Should the Grand Jury return true bills it is likely that the new cases will be put down on dates herein given. John T. Cain, January 16. Willie Goolsby, January 16. Sandy Blocker, January . 17. Jake Matthews, January 18. Edmoud Thomas, January 20. B. F. Laley, January 20. Walter Stephenson, January 23 Taz and Luther Irwin, January 2X John Wright, January 15. Mattie Hicks, January 25. Eugene Copper, January 25. Angie Johnson. January 26. Thompson, judgment for plaintiff as prayed for and L. M. Seay appointed Receiver to sell prop- erty and report filed and approv- ed....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

kSBK THE HERALD PubtUbed every Thursday. > P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor.' MEXIA, TEXAS Even $10,000,000 worth of peace la ^orth havlngr Money talks, but It will have to do 'more than that It It Insures peace. Every little while nobody's splsmo- (graph U recording an earthquake. Every year this world drinks 1,250,- 'OOO.OOO pounds of tea. That seems I plenty. Whenever the dressmakers think of 'other outrageous si ring stylos they let I us know. That latest earth shock might be 'traced to the militarists bringing up Ithelr heavy artillery. Still, feeding children on two cents them like It are two different propositions. LABOR PAYS TRIBUTE TO GOV. CAMPBELL If we must have so mary warships why not get Mr. Edison to make a few with his cement molds? Now Peru and Bolivia are disagree- ing. What South America needs Is a tight and revolt antitoxin. If motion pictures are to aid the In- sane they should not be associated with nickel-theater ventilation. When a cold wave hits New York he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

\ A GOOD DOCTOR. "Boono The Healer" Is now permanently located at 1008 Olive St., In Toxarkana, TexaB. Seem- ingly miraculous cures of consump- tion, cancer, paralysis, epilepsy, dis- eases peculiar to women and other chronic diseases liavo been made. The best of results follow treatments with Ills medicines. And some strange pow- «r ho possesses never falls to produce Immediate results. This strange power Is not faith, electricity, or magnetism, but an actual force, and so far as known, "Doone" Is the only one that possesses It. No fees are exacted and correspondence 1b Invited. One Way to Look at It. Jlnka— Do you know, I was re- fused three times before I found a girl who would have me?" Blinks—I see. Just like a patent medicine: "Well shaken before taken." |—Judge. / Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. 8uifnr-coated, tiny granules. Easy to take as candy. The greatest glory of a free-born people Is to transmit that freedom to their chi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 19 January 1911

HERALD Pufcllthai Kv«ry Thursday. P. Houx, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 1°°- Six Mouths Three Months .60 .25. / fcutert-d an second-class matter March S, 1908, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the act of Congress ol March 3. 1879. ~ The Houston Post hopes that, "no beautiful maiden or widow oil Houston will permit her sweet- heart to kiss her unless he can show his poll tux receipts." The Post is a great schemer to yet those poll taxes paid. 0- Houston voted those deep wa- ter bonds by an overwhelming majority, and the lew hundred moss backs that stood out against the several thousand progressive citizens don't even look like thir- ADVERTISING RATES I issue 2 Is. 4 Is. 1 yr. 1 Page $12.00 122.00 IVj.OO $600.00 7.50 13.00 24.00 30.00 4.50 7.60 14.00 175.00 ty cents. % * Less Than One uaQrter Page. 1 leeue—per inch 20 cents. 8 issues—per inch 35 cents. 4 issues—per inch 60 cents. 1 "Sear each issue—per inch 10 cts. KENNEDY LED THE num An assassin fired t...

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