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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1905)
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W. S. HAKEU
Entered nt tlio pottoflica nt Alliance,
Nebraska, for transmission through tho
quits, m soconil-claw matter.
S3 Tim HkraLd is the Official PtililtCff
lion ol Box Butte county and its dnrolo
tioa is boarly twtio that ol tiny olhar Al
Display, per single rolnmn inch par
Business locals, per line first insertion .10
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Tim Legislature close up shop today.
Poace bo to their aslioe.
Gov. Mickky today signed tho Dip
sotnahinc hill, Whttn you got ornay
drunk now you gt to tho auylutn where
Butter intiko n t;ood donation to tho
Hospital enterprises now, for without
scwomge wo are sure , to need it and
need It .goon.
A cakhpuj- reading of tho IIuiiald
advertising columns will prove profitable
nnd entertaining. The men who waut
and get the business nru the mon who
tuo tiie columns of the Herald us nn
advertising medium and tho way it is
patronized is proof positive that it is
Turks is joy in the court house
today ovet the Warner biennial election
bill by tho legislature yesterday. This
means that the present bunch of county
officials will hold over another year. If
the legialatuie did nothing else, this
one act is commendable, as it avoids
the strife incident to annual election,
la the ttuant school law being strict
ly enforced? Tbcte appears to be
many childtcu of school age on the
street during school hours. Others
are employed when they should be
iu school. Soon it will be to late for
these children to attend school. Tho
school board should insist on punctual
and tegulur attendance.
A KISOROANIZATION of the BusincS3
Men's club into a Cohiiucrcial club
would bo a desireablemoveat this time.
Alliance busiucss men could do more
and belter work for tho city, get closer
together and work in hauuony better if
this could bo done. The comtuctcial
interests of Allllauco need the stimulus
of an active Commercial club, with reg
ular weekly business meetings.
Marc G, Perkins, president of tho
Telegram company1 at Coltinibns. and
business partner of Edgar Howard, is
a candidate for grand receiver of the
A. O. U. W. in Nebraska. He isconi:
petenl and worthy and the press of
the btatc should be a unit in advocating
his electiou. Every newspaper man
knows Pel kins and if each will tequcst
his home lodge to send delegates to
So. Oumlin, May gth, instructed to
vote for Perkins, it v ill be done.
Cassik Ciiadwick has been sentenc
ed to ten years imprisonment for
wrecking tho Oberlin bank, and by
good concuct she can reduce it to six
years. It is ically too bad that a
woman of Cussie's capacity as a finan
cier, could not have directed her ener
gies in legitimate cluumels. She would
have- been in the Morgan Rockefeller
Hill class then. But its too late to cry
over spilt milk, and when' she gets out
bhe will be too old to try now tricks at
Appeal To Philipinos.
W. R. Andrews, of Grand Rapids,
Midi., at a recent toast got off the
following appeal to the Philipinos
but it sounds much like our o n E.
" Benjamin AnJrews.
"You Philipinos dou't know what you
are missing by not wanting to become
citizens of this proud country of ours.
There isn't anything like it under the
sun. You ought to send a delegation
over to See us the land of the free.
A land where we can get a good bible
for fifteen cents and a bad drink of
whiskey for five cents; where we have
a man in congress with three wives and
a lot iu the penitentiary for having two
wives; where we put a roan in jail for
not having tho means of support and
on the rock pile for asking for a job of
work; where w e have a congress of
400 men who make laws, and a supreme
court of nine men who set them aside;
,vhere good whiskey mates bad men
and good men nuke- bad whiskey:
where proffessors draw their convictions
from the same place they do their sal
aries; where trusts "hold up" and pov
erty "holds down" where men vote
for what they do not want for fear
they will not get what they do want by
voting for it. Where niggers can vote
and women can't: where a girl who
goes wrong is made an outcast and her
male partner flourishes as a gentleman;
where women wear false hair and men
"dock" their horses' tails; where men
vote for a thing one day and cuss it 364
days; where we have prayers on tbe
floors of our national capital and whis
key in the cellar; where we spend $500
to hurt n. statesman who is ricli and J!to
to put tut ay n uauprr who js poor;
where to be virtuous is to bo lonototna
and (o be honest is to bo a crunk? where
wo sit on tho wifety valve of energy
and pull wide open thu throttle of
conscience; whete w6 pay $1500 for a
dog and fifteen cents a dozuu to poor
woman for waking ( shirt; where wo
put n. matt in jail for slocllnn a loaf of
broad and in congress for stealing a
railroad. Colno to us, Pillion! We'vo
got tho greateat nggitignti of good
things nnd bad things, hot things and
cold tliiiiRB, nil sizes, Varieties and
colors, over exhibited under one tent."
I RANDOM THOUGHTS.
Tho Hon. Mika I.ce, of Omaha, is
wasting his talents in Nobraaka, Now
York is as native to him as water to a
What an oasis "Tie I'nsa" is iu the
long and hearibreakitfg lilt of geograph
ical names with which we havo wrestled
during the present unpleasantness be
tween Russia and Japan. Not being a
member of the legislature our means of
transportation sives the name "tie
pass" a homely association.
And now the Nebraska sonate by
its august decree has declared and ren
dered Doc. Bbtby nothing more nor
loss thnu a long whiskered populist.
Ponce to tho remains of the spotted
Ono counot think ,-of the burning
blusboa of the cowboys who attended
the Roosuvelt inauguration ball, and
saw for the first Onto n fashionably
Eownaxl lady, without feeling the living
toalilm of the expression, "the effete
The dread question nrUos, will thn
Atihufisar Busoh supplant the green
If tlforo ever is a time witou popular
opinion would cheerfully override tho
UtiwrittQit law against a third term it
will boat the close of Toddy's present
On the whole tho legislature lias not
done so very much damage scTfat.
Now that tho "Vitchcs" have due
recognition iu Russian military circles
wo may at least expect increasing diffi
culty iu tho recognition of the different
distinguished war figutcs.
General ICuropatkin'o memory may
be faulty but it never failed him when
the time came to run.
Why not breed or improve potatoes
as well as corn? Farmers living in
corn districts are becoming inteiested
in com improvement, why should not
we who live where potatoes do well try
to improve our potatoes? It is possible
to improve them so'lhat there may bo
greater yields. We have been plant
ing too many small potatoes and sell
ing off all tho larger ones. Suppose
our stockmen Mtould select only their
inferiot stock for breeding purposes
they would soou havo only herds of
Professor Girard is quoted as saying
that farmers may send off and get their
seed potatoes and get a good crop the
first year, the second year there will bo
considerable disease in yield, whilo iu
the third year his imported seed will
not yield as well as tho native grown
seed w by? Because the best potatoes
were sold iu the market and the Email
and inforior ones were planted- We
reap what we sow. If wo constantly
plant poor seed we may expect our
potatoes to run out and finally become
inferior in quality and quantity. Now
that we havo a reputation of produc
ing good potatoes, let us seek to keep
up that reputation by improving our
potatoes. It is easy to do. Let us go
into our potato bins and select the
very best tubers of fair makctable size,
cut into good sired pieces, plant on
best ground and cultivate well. When
up several iuches high go through the
patch with a hoe and cut out all puny
looKiug vines; only allow strong vines
to grow. Note any especially stiong
looking vines, and at digging time bee
what they have on their roots. This
is the breeding or improvement patch
from which seed is to be obtained for
next year's planting. Out of this
patch select the very best seed of
marketable size to plant another im
provement patch next year. Keep up
this practice every year. Marked re
sults will surely follow. Think, study.
Luther Burbank says: "The best
thing in the world is to make other
people happy. The next best thing is
to make them think."
Send to the Department of Agricul
ture, Washington, D. C. and get
"Farmer's Bulletin Nr. 35, Potato
Culture." It is free.
Spcclnl .Muster's Salo
Docket V, No, 801.
In tbe Circuit Court of tlio Vntlod Ptutos, for
mo 1 mm net 01 aoorasica.
Junius K. Ciarkij, ltsvlr" nt tlje Nobranka
bun Trust Ci. cnmiilhiuiit. rs llnni-tr
Tonilluson, et )., dufviutanui in ciuiu, orj .
lOniXI-OSUltK OK" MOltTOAOK.
Public Uutice Is hereby given that lu pursu
ance und bx virtue of u degroa entered In tbe
ubo 0 fuum on tlio 3rd d of September, loot,
I, Geo. II. Tbumrael, bpm.U Mnstor In ('Initio
cry of the Circuit Court of tbe Uulted Mutp.s
forthe District of Nebraska, will, i.ii tlio Jrtl
day of April. 1005. at tlio hour of 3 oVlock.
(mountain time) lu thu afternoon of suld day,
ut the front door of the Uox llutta county
court bouso building In tlio City of Alliance,
Uox liutte county, statu and district of Ne
braska oll at public auction for cash the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
Loi.s three and four una tho ens t halt of tlio
boutliwe&t quurter of section thirty-ouo (311 In
township twenty-eight uao north and range
forty-nluo (40) wot In Itox liutte county,
Nebraska. Qco. II.Tiicmmeu
.. Special Master la Chancery.
Jons M. IUoan,
Solicitor tor Complainant. 11-5
( LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
M. II. Hngtrly, of Osltkosh, was an
Alliance visitor yesterday.
Miss Inoz Hell wood has been on the
siok list for tho past week.
Auctioneer Fosket of Ileinintrford
was in tbe city this morning.
Mrs. Jackson, 'wife of Ttaininastar
lackson is under the doctor's care.
Tile Lsdies Union will meet with Mis.
Hunter nextaWednesday afternoon.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Robert May,
a daughter on Monday March 17th.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Green
a daughter oti Tuesday March 28, 1905.
Mrs. McCandlasB of Daren, aged 83
is recovering from a sovuia attach of
Tho social hour club will meet at tbe
home of Mrs. A. Wiker on Friday
Tbe M. W. A. drill contest and
forester ball will bo held April s5 at
District deputy Hamilton went over
to Morrill last Fiiday to institute a new
M. W. A. lodge.
R. 1. Lawrence of the electric light
company made a business trip to Alli
ance this morning.
II. CAtkin of Bayard was in town
Satin day on a visit with his brother-in-law,
Miss Bessie Peirin has returned to
Boulder Colo, to losume her studies
ut tho medical college.
Miss lues Beck is home from tbe
Wosleyan University at Univorsity
Place on a short vacation. ,
Mib. L. A. Sage cnlortained ft, bunch
of her friends at a mush and milk
luncheon last Sunday yvening.
C. M. Lotspeich returned from Bing
ham today, where he has been looking
over his rancli and visiting his brothers.
Miss Ella McCullough, of the Rumcr
store, has been under the doctor's care
for the past week, hut is rapidly
Tho best show that has appeared at
tho Phelan opera house this season
was Carpenter's "Little Outcast" last
Sat iu day night.
E. L. Everett, the barber and B. E.
Johnson, thu tallest man in Box Butte
both of Hcmingford were Alliance
The little four year old daughter of
Mrs. Volney Richards is suffering with
a severe case of diphtheria and the
house has been quarantined.
Oscar R. Globe of tho Lockwood
store is happy over thu arrival of bib
wife who will take chaige ot the drap-
ery department at Lockwood 8.
W. W. Not ton and wife left Sunday
morning for a week at Chicago and
other eastern markets where busiircbs
and pleasure ill be combined.
A couple of hobos stole the bection
men's handcar at Dalton ycsteulay and
rode it into tew 11 and now the pair are
in the hobo cage at the city jail.
The friends of F.innie Frey, sister
of Dr. Fiey, the osteopath, gave her a
farewell biirpnse party 1 uesday night.
She will leave for her old home this
Sheriff Reed, assisted by J. S.
MeKiuney took the three colored bur
glars to Lincoln Saturday night to com
mence work on their three and two
Herb Anderson and Kirk Duncan
who were convicted of cattle stealing
at Sydney, were taken to the pen last
Saturday to begin their three yeais
service for tho state.
G. D. Woods, who has been cm-
ployed on The Herald force for tbe
past year left for Clarks yesterday,
where he expects to engage iu the news
paper business on bis own account.
Claude J. Kem, a son of the notor
ious Omar M. Kem, was in the city
Monday iu the employ of the national
census bureau, collecting statistics ot
manufacturing industries iu Alliance.
J. V. Gorman of the German In
vebttiient company was called to Mem
plus a week ago on account of the ill
ness of his daugher. He returned
Tuesday and today made a busindbs
trip to Crawford.
Myrtle Karlson went to Lincoln the
first of the week where she visited the
Misses Young and 13ell, returning home
Thursday accompanied by Miss Bell,
who recently graduated from the Lin
coln Business College.
Mrs. Dr. G. W. Collins, formerly of
this city but now of Pawnee City,
stopped over for a short visit with her
son. She leaves in the morning for
Lead, where she will visit for some
time with her sisters.
G. B. Carr, the manager for the
local telephoue company is on the
street again after a week's serious ill
ness, during which time the electric
light wireinen took care of the '"trouble"
for the telephone company.
Sam Smysor returned from his hunt
ing trip Monday afternoon saud witched
in between four big Canada geese and a
dozen mallard duck until only his big
white hat was visible. As a nimrod,
Sam shines with the best of them.
Bert Jessie, the popular ranchman
was in town Saturday, and while dis
cussing tbe price of beef with Frank
Olday in front of the Palace Market,
leaned up againt the large plate glass
so emphatically that he wept through
and fell inside. He was rescued from
bis perilous position by Dr. Bellwood
and others who happened neat at tho
time and aside fioin tbe broken glasn
no damage was done. '
V Thu comitv commissioners closed a
contract wuli Lee Arnrtt yesterday for
a wheel road jjtader of latest pattern,
that will be heic as soon as it can bo
shipped. It is the fit At gtader the
county ever bought anil has long been
Mathies, the tailor has moved into
the quartet es recently vacated by the
Glraaun tid Ftanklin Confectionary
and now has his stock displayed iu
good Btjle, his former quarters were
too Small to accomodate bis growing
Mrs. R. K. Latigson, widow of thu
late Dr. Lsugson of Ctawford, stopped
over in AHianco yesterday, while en
ronto to Broken Low, where she will
make her home with her mother and
sislor. A car loaded with her house
hold effects preceded her.
Subject of the morning discoutse ot
tho U. P. church is "Mudorii ideas
coucorning Cbiist." Evening suhject
"St. Paul's autograph." Prayer meet
ing Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at Miss
Bell's. The T. M. S. monthly lea will
be at the home of Mrs. Harry Hamil
ton, Friday evening.
M. B. Quivoy came over from Mitch
ell Saturday to clobe up bis affaits hoie
preparatory to removing to his new
home. ' Sunday morning accompanied
by Mrs. Quivcy, they left for Mitchell,
having btored their household effects
until a suitable place can be found in
their new town iu which to move.
G. L. Moffat has bought an interest
in borne Casper, Woming, saloon
property and loft heie tint morning for
that place, liis family will follow at an
early date, having tented their home to
.Matcus Finnkle. Mr. and Mrs, Rich
ard Watkins will occupy . their own
home that has been occupied by Mr.
R. J. Johnson, Newberry's pumpman
pounded bis finger with a hammer
Saturday attenioon and broke the bono
between the hand and second joint.
Johnson was afraid it would hurt to
havo a doctor repair it and decided to
take chloroform; but just then the
pain was so intense that he fainted and
when he came to the doctor had the
injured linger done up in splints.
l.nnJ Office .Notices.
L'kiiilufllioat Mliuuec. Nubr., fob. 2sth. 1003.
.Nollco is liuroln ulveu that thu followlnii-
nniiKHl buttlurlinilllLcl notice o( lus Intention
to uuiUu Until proof lu Mippurt of Ills cliilin,
mid tluit Mlu proof will bu mndo buforo
KogMurnncl Itocelvcr ut Alliance, Nobr., on
April 10. lOOJ, vU
U EOIlQi: V. HATCH,
of Homlnsforil, Nubr, on Ilomi-bteml entry No.
25 M for tlio booth Kust 4 bection -1 township
2t A -It WW.
Uu names tlio follow iii)- witnnsvB to proto
)ii continuous rositlcnco upon and cultivation
orsiiid luml. vU: Will lain llollluriiko. John
Klnsolla. William Iiolllnmke, Jr., .latu"- Hol
1 1 11 rake, ul I ol tlfinliiRfoid. .olr.
1 1-0 lliiucn Wilcox, HcgUtur.
band Onico nt Alliance, Neb., Mir. 13, 1P05.
Notice Ixlioioby given that tlio follonlm;
tmincd settler bus illcil uotlco of bis Intention
to mnko lhml proof In support of bis claim,
unit that B.itd proof will bo nuuli1 ixifore
Kt-Klstor ami Hveciver at AlUnure. Neb , on
April at, 1005, viz
' . CVmS(.JOY
of .! N'ebusloi, on II. K. No. 2023 tor tlio
ui'Uor subsection 10 t,.,vn Si! 11. raiigo Al w.
Ho names the following witnufixos to proo
bis continuous residence upon timl cultiva
tion of Mild land, vU: it Jl. Botirno. of Itmli
UU Nt'br..iind .lames Krcler, 8. M MnjsUf,
U. At. Hampton, all of Alliance Nubr.
l:i 0 llliuci: U.COX. KesUttr.
Land OHico nt Alliance, Nubr., March 30, 1003.
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named settler bus filed notice of her Intention
to mnku tlnal proof tu supKirt of her claim,
and that Mild proof 111 bo made before I.eg
istor and Hectlvor at Alliance, Ntbr., on May
IU, 1005, Iz:
ot Hcmingford, Nebraska, 011 homestead entry
No. 3100, for lot 4 and tW1 NVM section
1. lotl, and SEU N Lit boctton 2, township 5,
bin) names tho following witnesses to prove
Her continuous residence upou ami cultivation
of said land, vl.: Alllu .Mubln, Kobcrt
I.oor, William I
Walker, ull of
llunilugruru, we Dr.
HmjCB Wilcox, Itecclver.
Slid if rs Snlc.
By virtue of an order of bale Issued by the
clork of tho district couitof Box lluttocoun
tyNebraska, upon a decree rcndoied by said
eourt In fu7or of V red C. Ahdrescn, plalutllf,
and against John Arkfeld, Mrs, Anna L. Ark
fold, wife of Mild John Arkfeld, Loo Ulass
Audresun Hardware Co., John Doe, real uamo
unknown duftndanLs. I will, on tho 3d day
of April, A. O. 1905, at 10 o'clock
u. in. on said da) at tlio went front door of tho
court bouse in Alliance, lu said county, bell
tho following descrllied real ostiitu, to-wit:
Tlio northeast quarter of section 'M, in town
ship 28. north ot ruugo 47. west ot the sixth
principal meridian, in Boy Butlo county. Ne
braska, ut public miction to tho highest bid
der for cash, to sutlsfy said order of ealo in
thu sum of iiii 10 and Interest, costs an
accruing costs, sublect to ull unpuld taxes.
I It A ItHKD,
Sheriff of said County.
Smith 1. Tutti.f,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 11-5
KI'ISCOPAIi Itegular Sunday torlres-8 u.in.
11 a. 111.; 7:.U)p. m.; Sunday school ut 10 a.m.
Charles 1). Coerr, Itvctor,
CATHOLIC Kcgular Sunday services 6 a.
m.i 10a. m : 7:30p. ni., bunday echoul ut
2 p. ni. iMithor B. I Oalvin.
METHODIST -Begnlnr Rundny borvlco-ll a.
in.; 7;: p. in.; Sunday school 10 u. in.;
Junior League i 30 p. in.; Eoworth League
0:30 p. m : I'rujer meeting Thursdajs,
7:30 p. 111. Itov. C. W. Kay, I'astor.
FIBST PUnSHYTUItlAN Itogular Bunday
service 11 a. ni ; 7:30 p. m. ; Hiinuay souooi
10 it. in ; Christian Kndcuwir 5: 15 p. in.
n. I. V. Bogue, Tastor.
UNITKD rRUSBYTEBIAN-npHular Sunday
RUrVICU 11 u. ill. t;ou l. III. ouiiiinj' Bviiuui
10 a. ni.; Y. 1. C. U 0:30 p. m Bov. McCou-
BAPTIST Regular Bunday serlco 11 a. m.i
7.3ip ni.; Minduy school 10 a, ni.; Young
!'eop.o meotlng 043 Pnijur meeting
Thursday, 7 SO p. iu. Rev. O. C, Jelters,
ar.BMAN LUlHUItAN Regular Sunday sor-
vico J,t a. ni ; Sunday school 10 a. m ;
rvtmlus Mrvices twice oaeb aionth. llov.
OtW foftjIifU. P4s'.vr. 1
ALMAICE StfET SOCICTIK8.
E.V&TERN STAR-lst and 3rd Tuosduy
nights Mrs Anna Davla, Worthy Matron
ItEBECOA8-2nd and 4th Friday nights.
mXJRF.K OP HOXOK-lst und 3rd Monday
nights. Mrs A V. Reynolds, C H
ROYAL NKiaUBOR3-2nd and 4th Wednes
day nights. Mrs U N Hosklns, Oracle
LOT M 2nd and 4tU Monday nights. Mrs
O H Rocky
LADIES AUXILIARY It of R T-2nd und 4th
Thursdays 2pm Mrs U N Hosklns
LADIES AUXILIARY B of L E-lst and 3rd
Thursdays 2 p rn Mrs It L Harris, Presi
dent LADIES AUXILIA nY B of L F-2nd and 4th
r'rldajs 2 p m Mrs W L Austin.
ft SPfcave Jst bought the swellest
line of Dry Goods and Ladies'
Furnishings ever seen in Alii- '
since. They will begin to arrive
Tfas Very Latest Things in Laces
- ! J i t" " i) '
$ For a Leg of Mutton
A Loin Roast
A Fresh Fish or . . .
"" A Soup Bone
If you haven't time to cook them, we can
send vou a Steak, a Chop or some Ovsters
FREY & BALFE,
ni8 llOX JIUTTi: AVKNUK.
Calls answered lu town or country.
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls answered from ofllco day or night.
Telephone No. .
H. H. BELLWOOD
F. E. CLOUGH
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
Holstcn Building, - ALLIANJG. NKB
L. W. BOWMAN,
SURGEON. . ,
Offlce In Tirst National Bank block. Alll
DR. G. W. MITCHELL,
Physician anc Snrjtoon Day und night calls,
Ofllco over Boguo Store.
DR. GEO. HAND,
UO At EOPATII'IC
I II Y S I C I V N AND SUItGEO N
Formerly Interne floineojmtlilc Hos
pital University of Ioiwi.
Phono 251. Oltlco oer Alliance Shoo Store.
Night calls answered from odlco.
GRADUATE CHICAGO SCHOOL OE
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Phones Office 214. Res 205
Expert Lndy '
Attendant .. AHianco, Neb.
BOYD & BARKER,
,. .AttonioyN nt Lu-vv ..
Collections given Prompt Attention.
L. A. BERRY,
SMITH P. IOTTI.E.
I II A E. TA 11,
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main SL,
SEE Jos. Carey & Co.
For house moving, well boring
making and cleaning cesspools
moving box cars, ete ....
Plumbing, Steam and hot water
'Phone, No. 356. ALLIANCE, NEB.
t ttf 't '1X 'I ' 'f
BUSH IS ELL OLDAY.
E want to show
'ou our new
line just ar
rived. Ever' pattern
new. We know you
would buy if you saw
our patterns. That's
why we're so anxious
to show them to you.
306 Do Butte Ale.
For a Full
I Superior ours,
That Can't be Beat
4 CALL ON.
A. D. RODGERS.
The hen that lays
Is the hen that pays
And here vou hnvi timm ti,.. !..
more eggs than the Leghorn, and being
uu iu uoior, mey are not a prey for
hawks. Coma and see them and. be.
convinced. Remeinlmr ii nnii iv....
dotte is not the Buff Cochin.
ggs !Jt.5o per 15, ?j.5o per 30.
L. A. SUPRISE; Alliance, Neb.
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . ,
Phone No, 1 Young's grocery, Alliance.
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