Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905, March 19, 1903, Image 2

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    Tbe Harmon Press-Jim!
Nebraska Notes
Miss Amy E. Krajicek and Coitie
V, Cook were married at A rlingtoo.
Norfolk !has been selected' as the
next meeting place of the state tire
men's tournament, which will be
hld on July 1, 2, and 3.
Warder Beemer of the state peni
tentiary has tendered the position of
guard toB.L. Fletcher of Tecumsch.
Mr. Fletcher has accepted.
; It is reported that the Burlington
intend? to build a new depot at Boa
rice this spring. Burlington oflicials
refuse to t ilk on the subject.
Gotlieb Jicobs of Arlington, the
young farmer taken to the Fremont
hospital four weeks ago to be operat
ed upon for appendicitis, died.
The Broken Bow Business college
which was organized two years ago
by C. W. Rousch, has passed into the
hands of a corporation composed of
the business men of Broken Bow and
During the month of February
twelve farm mortgages amounting to
$59,550 were filed with the county
clerk of Johnson county, while twen-ty-four'similar
mortgages amounting
to $41,424.59 were released.
The report that 'the Burlington
will build an extension to Sioux City
by way of Fremont is supported by
the fact that a party often surveyors
ire working along the line which it
Is said the new road will take.
It is a current rumor that State
Superintendent Fowler will be an ap
plicant for the position of superin
tendent of the Lincoln schools. The
position pays $2,500, which is $500
more than the state position pays.
Chadron acauerny,- the western Ne
braska Congregational institution of
Chadron, with an enrollment of 150
itudents has been closed on account
tf an epidemic of measles among the
itudents. Five cases are tcportcd at
the ladies' dormitory.
Charles M. Warren, an old resident
ttf Gage county, died at his home in
Barnetson of Bright's disease. The
fleceased was at one time agent for
the Union Pacific at Fairbury, but at
the time of his death was engaged
lo the banking and mercantile busi
ness. After a couple of weeks were spent
In djnamiting the ice and dragging
the waters of the Nemaha for the
body of Jesse Roate, who was sup
posed to have been drowned near the
home of his sister at Humbolt, news
comes that the man has been seen in
the eastern part of that county.
From what can be learned be placed
his cap near the edge of the ice and
then disappeared, for the purpose, so
he stated, of rinding out whether
the folks would look for him.
Medicine Never
Nature performs the hesvlinur
sist her in doing her work In
diseases Mine-tenths or the diseasesor man ana oeasi nave meir
origin in some form of germs and if allowed to run and multiply
form complications. The reason that Liquid Koal prevents all
germsdieases and cures them, i.n'css fermentation and inflamma
tion have too far developed, is that it contains every aniisepiic
and erm!cida known to science. All i;erm diseases such as bog
cholera, swine plegue, corn stalk diseases, tut ercolosls. blackleg and
numerous others can be prevented by giving Liquid Koal in drink
ing water, because they are germ diseases and no germ can live
where Liquid Koal reaches it. Liquid Koal is unaffected by the
gastric Juices of the stomach, passes through the intestines and
from there into the circulation, permeating the whole system and
Still retains all Its germiclal properties. Diluted with water, in
the proportion of one to one hundred, it makes the best lice killer
Price of Liquid Koal delivered at your station is as follows:
ONI ALLON . 3.00
wry vxmT
Wa, tfca andertlened atncli ratarra m Majhaon County. Nebraska, r aitif front
IM 1106 bead of hoc each re-r hive, a tier filr nt unpirtlal trial of lAnwil Koal
aaolactarad bj Urn Nation! Medical compn'iy, f Kheidou. Iowa, ind York, Ne-
ton ad It to be the HeM Disinfectant, Ourm lMiror ami Appetiser thi ha
fcrea oar pleeanr to ne, and we Jointly think that a mn l suindlug In nil own
Mafel wbo aoa not try it. Wneo ihi-lr airi-ni mlia ad rise uy aloe rair lo
lay aad Would Koal
Sm. Ladf, Norfolk, Nehr. IhnmauP Wade, Haul Creek. Nebr.
i. B. Melatoan, Kaierlck. Nebr. Wm. Ilawklna, Meadow Oror. Nebr.
M. T. Baaaaa, Rmerlek, Nebr. K r Hjinsu, Nt wuian Utore, Nebr.
Wa, tba unnWIfnwl stnr.k rlr anil Urm"Mi jl't'y teitlfy to the merit of
UnJ4 Koal ataanfaettired by the National Modiral Co., of nhelilon. Iowa, and
Tan, Mabraaka, We liae nawl thia prnduet slth gratifying aiiccemi and ad Viae all
t (fa M a trial. ItannuKI oaon evert
, ner
faa, Mill. Baa, Kebr.
Va. 1aBauL eupleknrtt, Nebr.
If roar dealer doe not keep It write us direct
A n-page nook on the Diseases of Animals mailed free upon ap
fUet,tloo to the National Medical Company, York, Nebr., and
taaldoo, Iowa.
National Cattle and Sheep Dip Is the best and cheapest Dip for
k!1r? off Tick! and Lice and the treatment of Mange, Texas Itch
I mD id nneep. it forms a perieci emulsion wiin water ana is
Maa to the membranes of the eve.
Ifyottriaaler does not keep
est few.
nATmrui ncniPAi rnnDAriv
i ll.illVlUAaVf IflaWWIVMlat Willi MM I
The new government building for
Emporia Is a-comin' right along.
The superintendent of construction
lias been appointed.
The Hoxie Sentinel says that when
a farmer near there was asked which
one of his hoys was sick, lie replied:
"T don't k now: "I ts one along about
the middle. 1 haven't checked 'em
up lately."
General Funston has been nine
times wounded in battle. If he keeps
on catching lead in time the little
man will be able to pu'l down the
scales to quite a respectable and im
posing figure.
The Lawrence World seems to be
quite indignant over what it calls
the unfair ruling at the Atchison
contest. The other Lawrence papers
do not appear to be worrying much
over it.
If l.ila wants to make Chanute
hopping mad she might hint that
Chanute's opposition to the electric
railway is because of the fear that
her people might go to lola to do
their trading.
The Swedish Mission conference has
raised $l.',000 of the $75 000 necessary
to establish the new mission college
at MePlierson. It is believed that
the balance will be made up the com
ing summer and fall.
"College spirit" resulted in aBaker
man getting a cut on his head with
a rock while passing tthrough Law
rence the other day, on the way to
Atchison. "College spirit" Is re
sponsible for a wonderful lot of fool
Quite a bit of kicking is being done
against the legislative prayer prac
tice. Have the chaplains anything
to say? Marsh Murdock says that
once when he expressed his senti
ments against legisative prayers, as
a state senator, he was looked upon
as a heathen.
A Dickinson county woman has
brought suit for divorce against her
husband. The couple live on a fine
farm which is the wife's property.
The story goes that she gave nim $500
recently and sent him to town to buy
horses, lie tilled up in Abilene, went
to Junction City In order to Ret bet
ter facilities for a big toot, and blew
in every cent of the money. Do you
blame the wife for instituting divorce
The follow tng blast from the Beloit
Call ought to hold the curly-haired
professor for a while: "Professor A.
H. Franzrnathes, the curly-headed
music and dancing professor who used
to hold forth in Beloit, now In Kan
sas City, favors us with one of his
latest songs. We Ihink it is very
pretty, but would appreciate more a
remittance of $10.25 which he shows
no disposition to pay, and which ac
count has been standing on our books
agaii)!.i. him for a long time."
Healed a Wound
rjrocess and medicine can only as
healing wounds and throwing off
25 GAL. 1-2 SSL., S2.23 GAk
SO GAL -ONE L.. 2.00 GAL
DKCF.MBF.R 34, 1900
lann in nu.a.na.
i nna wnan, fapiennnu, .leor.
r. C. Merer. MtanlebnnM. Nebr.
(Irn. Kmg.-hergpr. Henaid. Nebr.
J KHiK-berrcr.Sr ,0rinanUwn, Nebr
it write us direct. Information
Comment and Criticism Baaed Upon
j the Happening of the Day UUtori-
cat and Neva Note.
I If a man always pays ensh he Is en
! tilled to a lot more credit thau be ever
' gets.
One kind of happiness Is always In
our power the huppinoss that we give
to others.
It is tbe opinion of experts that the
prospects for wireless telegraphy in
1!X3 are a greitt deal brighter than for
wireless politics.
In a few vears nothing will be in
curable except old age. and few of ui
would wit-h to have that cured.
There Is always a conspiracy on the
part of people having necessaries to
sell to soak the consumer the limit.
Count I-otiyay lanths at the report
rliat he deserted his countess. Some
Dim are such hands to appreciate Joke.
The frown Princess of Saxony Is
over 40 years of age. The man with
whom (.he eloped Is 23. Guess how
It'll turn out.
Nothing confers more g nuine and
substantia! dignity than the long and
faithful performance of duty, no mat
ter how bumble.
Russell Sage declares that he has
never paid to have hln chocs shined.
He doesn't say whose blacking and
brush be lKirrowed.
Professor Delltzsoh of Berlin fays
that Mopes was a plagiarist. Would
that we had more of this quality of
plagiarism nowadays.
Definite messages have passed be
tween President Roosevelt and King
Edward by the wireless system. Mar
coni does seem to have arrived.
It costs I'ncle Sam $1.2.V,ooO a year
to run the weather bureau, notwith
standing all the information, which Is
given gratis by the old inhabitants.
Too much wind.
Dr. Lyman Abbott says It is too much
to ask that newspapers shall always
tell the truth, because newspapers do
not always know what the truth is.
Dr. Abltott might have added that an
other reason why some papers should
not be asked to tell the truth Is because
the request would be only a waste of
France has now been t Id, as Russia
was a few days ago, that "armed
peace" Is making a burden too heavy
for the taxpayers to bear much longer.
Fully 54 per cent of the resources of
France go to support the army and
navy. As France Is a republic, her
people may deride to reduce this bur
den, but for Russia there seems to be
no Immediate prospect of relief.
When General Grant visited the tomb
of Ferdinand and Isabella on his tour
around the world he turned to his wife
and said, "Julia, that Is how we should
lie." Accordingly, arrangements were
made in the splendid monument on the
bank of the Hudson for the great sol
dier and his wife to lie side by side,
and when Mrs. Grant died her body
was put In the granite sarcophagus
prepared for her, where it will remain,
beautifully illustrating to the world
that those who are joined In life be
lieve that the union Is an eternal rather
than a temporal one.
A prl7.e of fifty pounds for a safe
lamp for burning kerosene was offered
at the Grocers' Exhibition in London
recently. The lamp was to cost only
one shilling and three pence, whole
sale. The specifics i ions, as t-H forth in
a trade review, were sensible and salu
tary. Since one of the most serious
problems In London Is the protection
of drunkards against themselves, the
object In view was to find a lamp
which, If thrown by a drunken man at
his wife, for example, would extin
guish Itself. The wife might be in
jured, but the children and the house
would not be consumed.
Max Nordao, wbo poses as sn author
ity on tbe future, sees blood spots on
tbe moon. In a Vienna paper he has
written some dire things that are to
happen wben tbe Isthmian canal Is
completed. He says there will be a
mighty conflict In the I'aclflc. Accord
ing to Mr. Nordau's plan, tbe Anglo
Saxons are to conquer tbe Germans
and French, snd then, crossing over to
Asia, fight out tbe final battle with
Russia for tbe mastery of that part of
the world. Mr. Nordau does a fine Job
of word painting, and his story Is full
of thrills. But tbe trend of the world
Is away from war. That Is true In ev
ery civilised country. It was not Very
many years ago that nations made war
from choice, and eagerly seized pre
texts for slaying human beings. Of
what ns was a mllltnry establMimcnt,
if there was to be no fighting? There
are many wars In history with no prin
ciple behind them, and their Impelling
force was love of conquest and glory.
Civilised man no longer slays for the
lore of killing. lie Is educating lb!
tiger out of his system. In schools, col
leges, millions of homes, the great les
son of peace Is being Instilled Into the
minds of new generations, and the
world Is forced away from strife.
There will be mors wars. They may
it en be great ware between strong na
tions; bat tbe peace army la growing
tronger every aevr, la Europe and In
Tbere art few qeeatiaae that
force, and It will be a sorry dsy for
America If even a part of Max Nor
dau's prognostications should ever
come true.
Dr. Arthur McDonald, of St. Louis
declare that "automobiles, electric
cms. telephones and other luxuries of
life are responsible for the increase In
crime. Insanity and suicide." What?
you say. Are not the.se the adjuncts
of civilization and is uot civilization
a good thing? Yes, but civilization lias
its t11s. It is a great mistake to
suppose that luxuries and convenu nres
add to life. If not judiciously used
they subtract from it. Men f'.nd
strength In struggle. In so far as the
comforts and facilities of modern life
limit the natural struggle of mind and
body in so far do tlcy enfeeble mind
and body. As Dr. McDonald says
modern conveniences "put an abnor
mal strain upon tbe nervous sjtein as
compared with the muscular system."
Therefore the cry, "Back to Nat lire."
Therefore the thousand and one "sys
tems'' of niiiKctilnr development, l'ri
niordial man found strength In tloin'
things for himself. lie had no auto
mobile in which to go on a journay.
lie walked and built up his musrli a.
He had no telephone to convey a mes
sage to a friend. He carried it. Our
Immediate ancestors had fewer labor
saving devices than we. Inheriting
strenglh from their ancestors, who had
still fewer accommodations, our for
bears gave to this generation the phys
ical capital upon which It is now do
ing business. I toes civilization, then.
weaken the race? It depends? If civ
ilized man is unable to use rationally
the devices of to-day, if he slavishly
uses them, neglecting the activities
that nature requires, he will go down
physically anil mentally. The refine
ments of civilization ought not to
cause man to forget that he has an
animal nature. He (s .more than ani
malmuch more. But he is animal at
the base, nevertheless.
In some respects the most notable ca
reer in the history of the national
House of Representatives has been
that of Galuslm A. Grow, of Pennsyl
vania, which is now Hearing a close.
Mr. Grow will be eighty years of age
next August, and in view of the
changes made by (he new apportion
ment of districts last year he declined
to be a candidate for re-elect Ion. Mr.
Grow entered Congress for the first
time whin only twenty-eight years old
more than half a century ago. He
was then the youngest member of the
House; he Is to-day the old'-sf member.
He has not served continuously; in bis
young manhood he was elected six
times in succession, and was chosen
Speaker of the House for the last of
these terms. In bis later years, begin
ning with a special election In ISlfl, he
has been elected five times In succes
sion as Congressman at large from his
State. What a stretch of our country's
history such a Congressional career
spans! Schoolboys, studying American
history, think themselves little more
than half-way through the ordinary
text-books when they reach the "Wll
mot Proviso," nnd yet Mr. Grow was
the Immediate successor in Congress of
David Wilmot, Its author. His first
speech and for years bis chief efforts
were In favor of the homestead blil, a
measure which became a law before
the majority of people now living were
born. His first three elections to Con
gress were as a Free Soil Democrat;
since then he bus been a Republican.
In appearance Mr. Grow Is a little
above medium height and well built;
be stands straight and walks with al
most youthful vigor.' His face Is pleas
ing and Intellectual, snd his thick
gray beard Is almost the only evidence
of age. It has been bis practice for
several years to deliver in each session
a set speech, on some one of tbe larger
topics of general Interest suggested Ir
the President's message. This ye;it
he spoke on the relations of lulior and
(heap Mean Which Any One Can
I ae.
The tendency of pipes and furnace
flues to fill with soot Is so marked that
any suggestion of a convenient remedy
for that condition is worthy of serious
consideration. A corresjiondent of the
St. Paul Pioneer Press says that zinc
burned In the furnace Is very effective.
Just throw upon the fire a handful of
zinc filings, or a piece of sheet zinc as
large as your band, and It clears away
the soot as if by magic. Once a week
will suffice. Shut the door quickly after
throwing in the sine. Our Informant
says bis family has used this method
for forty years, and never had occasion
to employ a chimney sweep.
As tbe Pioneer Press suggests, this
remedy Is not expensive. A worn-out
zinc washboard will furnish enough
of the metal for six or eight occasions.
And If yon have to boy sheet zinc, 25
cents' worth may suffice for a single
fire all winter. Kvcn when soft coal Is
used In hard coal stoves snd furnaces
tbe sine will keep them open, so that
those who have been unable to secure
snlhrnclte will not be seriously Iticon
veiilencrd by the change.
If this recipe from St, Paul Is all that
is claimed for It, the Inconveniences of
using soft coal are reduced to a mini
mum, and Its cheapness more than com
pensatis for being deprived of hard
coal. If it will keep the chimneys clean
the cost of chimney sweeps, as well as
the dangers from fire by burning out,
are both avoided. Dea Moines Register
and Leader.
Charcoal Kph Dally Tboaght.
"En' de mostes' dJff'ance Ab sees
betwixt er mewl an' some men," said
Charcoal Epb, In oae of bis ruminative
mode, "an dat de mewl eemettePce
makes kt. ears. Mletab Jarlne."
StJStaMft ISfWaV
Over ftoO.OOO copies of "David Dur
um have lieen sold. It would not ue
lurprlslng If it eventually ran up to
one million.
An illustrated life of Rotx-rt Burlw-n--in
is in preparation by his sister-in-
law. Miss Harriet Jay, who will as far
ks possible cast it into autobiographi
cal form.
'Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage ratrh"
Is a clever, wholesome story, and is
recommended as a "cure for the
blues." Pity that tbere are not more
stories like it.
President Roosevelt's book of essays
failed "The Stnnuous Life" has been
translated into French under the title
Of "I-l Vie Intense," which hits tbe
idea pretty closely.
Harper & Brothers are bringing out
a new edition of the late John Fi.-ke's
'American Political Id'-as." n volume
tearing upon the significance of Ameri
can development and Its "manifist des
Harper h Brothers announce a re
Issue of their players' edition of "Ben
Hur," which has forty-eight pictures in
tint, made from photographs of the
dramatic version of that popular ro
mance. Ilcnrik Ibsen, the Norwegian drama
tist, was Intended at first for a doctor,
and at the age of 10 he had to don a
druggist's apron. His ambitions car
ried him a little beyond that and he
decided to become a doctor and read
up for examination at Christians. In
the course of his study bo wns read
ing "Sallust." nnd the character of
Catallne so took his fancy that he
wrote a little playing introducing him.
This was Ibsen's first dramatic ef
fort. Mary E. Wilkhis is a little body,
petite and graceful, girlish-looking still,
with a pair of piercing blue eyes, snys
an exchange. Their steady keenness
is positively dissecting nnd disconcert
ing. One feels as If be were being
read through and through, analyzed,
classified, and speared on a hook for
further literary refert nee. And yet
Mary Wllklns does not look like a lit
erary person. She looks like a society
glri, "dainty, vivacious, a little past the
brief period of budbood, perhaps; but
still a girl rather than a woman. She
has a most becoming shyness, too or
rather reserve.
Forceon Wanted to Cut It OfT, bnt Not
Where the Patient Dealred.
"Man's dry wit will sometimes save
him a deal of trouble under circum
stances of a most trying nature, and I
have an example in mind where It
saved a leg and probably the life of a
man," said a visitor from Memphis.
"Fred Helskel has spent several years
in the Philippines as private secretary
of Acting Governor Luke B. Wright
and Is a wit and wag to the tips of his
fingers. He Is full of sunshine, takes
the world in good nature and has a
keen eye for the funny side of things.
It was this happy temperament no
doubt which saved Fred's leg and
probably his life during a recent siege
in Manila. As the result of an insect
bite ids blood was badly poisoned, and
for a while his life was well-nigh In
tbe balancr. His physician. In fart
told him as much, and told him there
wns but one way out and that was th
amputation of bin right lef. lie did
not like the prospect of parting with
one of his legs and told the physician
so with emphasized but polite frank
'liess. "I don't re:illy see any other way out
of the diflictilty,' said the doctor.
' '"Do you think It Is absolutely nee
essiiry lo cut my It g off, doctor? ask
ed Mr. Helskell, bluntly.
" 'I do,' was the physician's pointed
' 'Well, doctor,' said Mr. Ilelskell In
a grimly humorous vein, 'If you think
It absolutely necessary to cut my leg
off I want to make one request of you.'
" 'I shall be glad to grant It if possi
ble,' said the physician. 'What Is It?
'"It Is simply this,' said Mr. Hels
kell. 'If you think it absolutely neces
sary to cut my leg off In order to save
my life, I want you to rut It off close
up nnder the ear.'
The physician concluded that h
could not comply with the request. Mr.
Helskell recently returned to this coun
try with Acting Governor Wright, and
he brought his leg with him. It was
Just his dry wit thst saved him. The
sally dlsrouraged the doctor's ambition
to use the knlft and Fred Hekkcll
pulled through all right with both leg,
and a life that will figure out a good
long expectancy on any insurance
man's table."-New Orlean Tlmea
Demoefar. Woman with Kiifrlnerring Ability
Two mines In tbe Empire district In
Clear Creek county, Colorado, which
are classed as good paying ones, ire
owned by women. One of them be
longs to two Boston stcnogrspbers,
who went to Colorsdo on a vacation
tonr, bought a prospect, began to work
It themselves snd eventually developed
It Into one of the best producers of low.
grade ore in the dlstrlce. In the same
district a Colorado woman csn be seen
superintending the timbering, blasting
and all the operations of a working
mine of which she Is the owner,
Lady Von look like a bud drinker
Tramp No, ma'am, tbal v the
Hn meal Woman's BeflclM.
So says Ars. Josie Irwin, of
325 So. College St., Nashilie,
Tenn., of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
Never in the history of medicine has
tbe demand for ono particular remedy
for female diseases equalled tl-at ft'
tained by Lydi:. K. IMnkham s
Vegetable Compound, ami never
during the lifetime of this wonder. ul
medicine has the demand for it U-en
so great as it is to-day.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific,
and throughout the length and breadth
of this great continent come the glad
tidings of woman's sufferings relieved
by it. &ud thousands npo" thouwind
of letters are pouring in from grateful
women saying that it will and posi
tively does cure the worst forma of
female complaints.
Mrs. Pinlthiim Invites all wo
men who are puzzled aleut
their health to write Iicrat Lynn,
Mass., for advice. Such corre.
spoiidenec is seen by v omen only,
and no charge Is made.
Ferfmriril llttlr.
Delicately scented hair is one f t
the latest of feminine fads. It or
iginated on the stage, but it Is be
eominlg a common practice ilha!l
women who wish to make themselves
attractive. A small atomizer is tilled
with a powerful perfume. and for this
the carnation odors are usually em
ployed. and the hair is lightly sprayed
with (be strong essence. This is don
just before the hair Is dressed for
evening, and the scent dings to it
ail the next twenty-four hours.
He Mean It.
New Herlin, III-. March HJ.Mr.
Frank Newton of this place KneiT"
verv tarnestly and emphatically when
aHk'ed by any of his many friend the
reason for the very noticeable Improve
ment In his health.
For a long time over two years he
has been suffering a great deal with
pains in his back and an all over feel
ing of illness and weakness. His appe
tite failed him and he grew gradually
weaker and weaker till he was very
mui'ii run down.
A friend recommended Dodd's Kid
ney Fills and Mr. Newton began to
take two at a dose, three times a day.
lu a very short time he noticed an Im
provement; the pains left his back ami
lie could eat better. He kept on im
proving and now he says;
"Ves, bid I! 1 am a different man
and Dodd's Kidney Fill did it all. I
cannot tell you how much better I feel.
I am a new man and Dodd's Kidney
Fills deserve all the credit."
Hie soil of Cuba is extremely fruit
ful. Cabbages there are so large that
heads weighing twenty pounds each
are common. All vegetables do well.
prepared for sufferer from naaai catarrh
wbo are used to an atomiwr in spraying
the iliyesKoi membrane. All the healing
arel auothitig properties of Cream Kalui
are retained la the new preparation. It
doe not dry up lb "etTetiocs. I'rice, ia
cliuling sprayinit lu lie. "o rl. At drug-
sists' sr Ely "res., M wirrm
Near York, nail it
Radishes may be eaten from four
teen to eighteen days after sowing,
lettuce in five weeks after sowing,
An electrician in Vienna has In
vented an electrical machine for ex
tracting teeth.
It is a peculiarity tf the horse to
arise on its forelegs first, while the
cow first arises on Its hlndlegs.
The mild weather In Chicago in
duced many of the resident to re
move their storm windows, under
the Impression that spring had ceme.
Then the early porch-climbers bflan
sh citing up, and reaped a harvartof
family Jewels.
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