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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1896.
trov the merit of Hood's Harsnp.irllla liosl
we, perfect, permanent Cures.
Cures of scrofula In snvcrrt foriru, llko
, goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip
' dlscnie, sorcl In tlio eyci.
Cures of Salt Itheum, with Its Intrnw Itching
and biirnlnpt, scald head, tetter, etc.
Cures of Itolli, l'lmiilM.-nnil nil other erup
tions duo to Impure, Mood.
Curos of Dyspepsia and other troubles utoero
a good stomach tonlo was needed.
Cures ofllbeumntlitn, whew patients wcreun
nhlo to work or walk foi weeks.
Cures of Catarrh ly expelling tho Impurities
which cause and sustain the disease.
Cures of Nervousness by properly toning nnd
feeding tho nerves upon pure Mood.
Cures of That Tired Keeling by restoring
", strength, Send for book of rurcs by
To C. 1. Hood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass.
nro tlm best nfter-dlnner
pills, uld dlgvsUou. Vic.
lub('iilloii, fl Vv.v Aiiiiiitn
I nviirliilily In ,l1iniir
II not paid in ihHhiko, nller tills dule March
I", Isw, tliu price will bo SI.V5.
Kiititcil Ht !! Post Olticc In Kcd Cloud, Neb.
mull limllcrof tliOfo'CMiid i'Ihs
Ip wo do not (,'ot cold weather boon,
there will bo nti iuo futnino in thiticity
dm: us protection; Hot our Inborlnf,'
men nt work, and tho monoy quostion
will eottlo ilsolf.
Ouu ttckot: Win. McKinloy for presi
dent, mid C. F. Manderson for vice
president. It would ho ii wlnnor.
Lct'h puy our monoy to homo
manufacturers and laboring tuon,
oud than tho Union will (jet hottor.
TiiKBtati) republican coutrnl commit
toe luifi called a tlok'ato convention in
April, to Holect delegates to tlio national
caiivontion at St. Lou in.
In one llttlo town in Knulntul wo paid
tho pooplo 87,000,000 for imported
Roods in 1803. Tlio biiiiio town under
tho McKinloy bill only received 100.000
from thiH country. Lot's bo dono with
Timi.s will never bo better an long as
wo spend nil our money for clothing,
otc, with foreign tuitions. o oiiRlit to
taltoci.ro of our own laboring men and tho
balance of trado would bo with no in
stead of Hngliind.
O.MKtt Ki:m, tho Rreut pop (ongrexii
niun, miulo a rip-roaring roI 1 speech in
tho house tho other day, if tho Congres
sional Record can be roliod upon. Thus
it in that the pop hopeii nro shattered in
tho houuo of their friends.
I'm: Ciin:r says Hod Cloud pnys nbout
one llflli of tho tuxen of the county,
This statement is lllto a Rrent many oth
orsof llosuier'u very hairy. Uluo Hill
All that is nftceBBnry for Hrotlior Nau
to do is to consult the records if ho do
Biros to bo informed en tho matter. Red
Cloud has paid ubout onu-llfth or the
tnxos of tho county every yonr for the
punt ten years, and it is uot riRht nor
Justice to Red Cloud. Sho bus bunions
enough without that.
Tin: pops nmko u ureal hue and cry
because CoDgroBBmnn Androwa did not
voto for tho froo tail kilo attachment on
freo silvor that was attaohod to the bond
iesuo ominntitiR 'rom tlio Benato. Mr.
Androwa ia as well (jualillod to net intel
ligently on tho aubject, porhnps, ns thoso
people who have lesser chanco to bo
informed. This idea of voting on prob
lems without investigation, just for
tho snko of oxperimont, does not pay
and nover will. Wo do not wnnt nny
ono man's iJea in this country. Froe
fcilvor may bo nil right for u fow states,
but RJve ua protection and all will bo
Hon. J. W. Moon is one man that tho
people of Rod Cloud ought toapprocinte.
Ho camo to this city about eight yoara
ngo and invested $.'13,000 in a' lino busi
neso block waich toduy is an ornatnont
to our city. Fow men could have boon
persuaded to invest Hint much under
tho clrcumstancoB. but Mr. Moon had
nbiding faith in our city, and retains it
today. His efforts should be appreciat
ed und are, by tho pcoplo. He not only
built tho business block but has many
thousand dollars invested in a lino ranch
weet of this city two miles, operated by
R. Jj. Alyon. It is i line placo and one
thnt every person in the county fools
proud of. It is to such mon that wo
must depend upon fur our material
growth and prospeiity. hut no encour
age him und all others in a like purpose,
Wo should talk Rod Cloud all the time
und theroby build up our city and tlio
enterpribes therein tlivo us more on
torprMug men of Mr Moon's kind and
wo will show you imt Unit will prospor.
Our people art growing more mid more
in tho h.itjit of looking to lMni Urloo
for the lnti'Ht and bent of evumhing in
the dnn; linn. They null Clmniborlniii'H
Cough Hiiiui'ily, imiioiM for iu cires of
liftil (HiUlo, croup and whiHiplui; uiuigh.
When iu need of hiioh a uii'diciiitj give
t Iiiri rmnoily u trial and you will lie more
thnti ploKHd with the rfiili.
Or. Price's Croatn linking t'owdcr
A Pure drape Cream 'jl Tarter Powder.
Tho Second Meeting Tor tlio
PiirpoNO orPciTcctlnjr tlio
In purauBuco to call, tho Wobstor
County Farmer's InBtitulo mot in this
city Wednesday, Pobrtmry 19th, 181)0,
for the completion of the organization.
President Alyon bolng nfllietod with n
very bad cold which nffectod his speoch,
Vico-I'residcut Hacker took tho chnir
and called tho mooting to ordor, stating
tho object thoroof,
I. B. Hamp'on, was on tho program
for an address of welcomo, but not hav
ing rccoivod notico of same, came un
prepared, but boing called for said:
"I am plonsod to sco so many farmora
presontand hopo that eonio way will
bo found by which tho condition of the
farmers can bo improved. I do not
think howovor thnt tho farmorfl aio
manifesting na much interest as could
bo deslrod for thoir botlormont."
Chairman Hackor said that tho ro
marks of Mr. Hampton ploasodhim vory
At this juncturo Henry fjilhuni wan
elected snerotary pro tern owing to tho
abbence of Secretary Myoro.
Mr. Hainptou inquired if tliero wno an
Thu chair replied that "at tho provioun
meeting only tho olllcora wero oloctod
and Wednesday's mooting was for tlio
purpose of perfecting tho organization.1'
0. 1'. Putnam moved that a commit
tee of three bo appointed by tho chair
on constitution, rulos and regulations.
Tho chair appointed C. E.'Putnnm, Job.
Gurbor und I. Ii. Hampton.
The committoo couunoncod word on
same nt onco.
Mr. Hampton wanted further infor
mation on tho aubjoct of Farmers' Insti
tutes. Chutrman Hackor anid that Farmora'
institutes wero uoing rormoa ail ovor
Nebraska, Kansnu, Illinois, and in fact
all ovor tho United Stntos and woro for
tho mutual interchange of ideas for tho
betterment of farmers.
At this point Jos. Garbor was cnllod
for and in rtsponho snid: "I am like
Mr. Hamilton and huvo not attondod
many institutes, but such institutes
woro boing organized all ovor the coun
try. Souio farmers carriod on all kinds
of industries on tho farm and I for one
want to learn of tnoir huccoss. I thihk
that diversilied farming is what is need
ed in this state, and it lean prollt py,,
whnt other farmers have dono that is
what 1 want to do. I lnivo fuilcd to
raise corn but my neighbors might have
boon more successful, and what I want
to know in liov. to do it. I think an
interchange or thought is n good thing.
I want to glean information and think
other farmers want to do Hkowise."
Carley Putnam thought that Wobstor
County Fanners Institute was too largo
a mime, aud suggested that it be callud
"Tho Farmer's Club".
S. L. White thought tho big fellows
would not appreciate tho change.
The committee on constitution made
their report at this juncturo and on mo
tion thoir report was adopted.
Ii. II. Rust was called for nnd tnlkod
on horticultural subjects. Ho said he
had been working on thnt lino for sov
eral years nnd hud good luck in No
brnska. Ha had found that Ron Davis
WinoSnp, und Missouri Pippin wore tho
variety of apples for tho country. Ho
hud found that Hlemish Uoauty nnd
Koifer pears woro the host adapted to
Nebraska. For cherrieo ho named
harly Richmond, Montmorency, etc.
In grapes the Concord and Alvira woro
tho best and that now was tho time to
to trim thorn.
He said thnt overy farmor should
rnieo u patch of strawborrlea. Ho said
ho had grown 1300 quurta on ono acre
nnd had rocoivod therofor 8330. Ho hail
not boon out of strawberries throo yours
in sixteon. Ho had boon successful all
tho tlmound any one else could b who
would pay tlio propor regard fortroos or
shrubs, Ho thought that tho prospocts
were B'i,otl ror fruit thlB s9fon, Ho ud
vised planting IrocB two Inches doeper
than they had beeh planted in nurseries,
always plant small troes, and iib thoy
grow tho branchos spread out und pro
tect them from sun scald. Orchard
treoa should besot out twenty footapnrt,
at that distanco 103 could be planted to
the aero. Ho advised keeping the or
chard cultivated and clean.
Tho following temporary vlco-presi'
were eleeted to act for ono meoting only.
C R Putnam, Kim Creek.
W R Thorn, Glenwood.
d Vance, Reaver Creek.
C A Lnlham, Pleasant Hill.
T C Hackor, Red Cloud.
Otto Skjolvor, Catherton.
A H Hoirman, Rutin.
O 1? Pitney, hrivalo.
Mac Fulton, Walnut Creek.
John Stunner, (iartlold.
John. Wratton, Harmony,
A II Spnicher, Stillwater.
G OhniHledc, Guide Rock.
J WMolntyio. Lino.
Chum Roee, O.ik Crook.
F C RjEehnw, Potsdiitn.
Adjourned to niRoiutCnwIcs. on Wod
ncgdu., Mhrch 1, 181)0, nt ons o'clock p.
Tho following upwkflra wero Mooted
for tho CiuvlemiiPetlii:
Or. Price's Cream (Taking Powder
WorUi'e Pair Highest Award.
His Lip Gone.
M. M. Nicholson, who Hvc9 nt the
corner of Currnn nnd Anderson Sts., At
lanta, Ga., had a cancer for years.
It first appeared on bis Up and resem
bled a fever blister, but spread rapidly
and soon began to destroy the flesh.
His father and uncle had died from
Cancer, aud he sought the best medical
aid in different citic9, but it seemed im
possible to check the disease. Several
operations were performed but the can
cer always returned. This continued
for years until the partition in his nose
and his entire up
per lip were eaten
away. All treat
ment having proved
futile, he looked
upon death as the
"Some one re
he says, "and
rt ffnta lmtilnA i llrjl
.i lew iuiuua ttiiuui-
ifled somC relief; thus
itn fttcf.ncf ennui.
tllC (IISL'.ISO KCOtll
cd checked. I persevered in its
use, and remarkable ns it mny seem, I
am completely cured, nnd feel like I
have new life. S.S.S. ia the most re
markable remedy in the world, nnd
everyone will ngrec that the cure was a
A Real Blood Remedy
Cancer is in the blood aud it is folly
to expect an operation to cure it. S.S.S.
(guaranteed purely vegetable) is n real
remedy for every disease of the blood
DUUKS III ill 1U11
y uisease of the blood
G. W. Francis, aubjoct. "Dairying."
I. R. Unmpton, aubjoct, "Alfalfa und
A. B. Piorce, subject, "Poultry."
D. F. Trunkey, Bubjoot, "Subsoiiing."
O. OhmBtedo, aubjoct, "Subsoiiing."
O. E. Putnum, subjoct, "Hogs."
CONtTlTUTION, KULES AND IlKdULATIONH.
Art 1. Thia society shall bo known as
tho Wobstor County Farmer's Institute
Art. 2. Tho object of this society
Bhnll bo for tho purposo of disseminat
ing knowledge- and tho intorchnngoof
ideas on agricultural pursuits.
Art. .'!. Tho olHcorB of this society
snail consist or. a prosiuont, vico-presi-dont,
secretary and treasurer, and shall
hold their otlico for ono year, or until
thoir uuccesFors aro oloctod.
Art. 4.7-Tho prosidont bIiiiII preside at
all nipotingn and shall perform suoh
othor dutiijsn may bo required of tlio
Art. 5. It shall bo tho duty of tho
vteo-prcsident to nssiBt tho presi
dent in the performnnco of his
duties und prcsido in his nbsonco.
Art. (-It bhall ho tho duty of tho
socrotary to H3curi?all proceedings of tho
mooting and to give notico of all meet
ings of tlio society, and correspond for
the benoilt of tho society,
Art. 7 It shall bo tho duty of tho
treasurer to socuro all moneys nnd pay
tho same out upon ordor of tho presi
dent, countersigned by the socrotary,
and to accoun to tho socrotary for all
inonoj'B received by him.
Art. 8 Tliero shnll bo four regular
mootings: First Saturday in January,
llrst Saturday in April, first Saturday in
July, lirst Saturday in October.
Art. 0 Spsclal meetings mny bocallod
at pleasure of the socioty by president
Art. 10 Any porson mny bocomo a
member of this socioty by signing tho
constitution, rules and regulations.
Art. 11 -This constitution and by-laws
may bo changed nt any regular mooting
by a majority vote of the membora pros-
Tho following resolution was ndoptod.
"Va recommend that n vion nrnnidnnt
ho named for each township who skull
be president of each township if they
desire to organizo institutes."
Mooting adjourned to meel at CowloiJ
judgo ho appreciated tho lunch vory
Miss May Trunky ontertnined her
class mates at her home on Friday even
ing. A vory pleasant ovoning was spent.
Miss McClelland read nu oxcellont
artlclo on Quaon Victoria Tuesday a. m.
It was appreciated vory much by pupils.
Clydo liuum wbb a pleasant callor in
tho high room Tuesday p. m.
Tho Generul History claps hnd quite
a discussion Wednesday on tho topic,
Quito n number of pupils had tho
ploasuro f standing on the door thia
The high school boys nro rapidly pro
gressing in bass singing. Wo will toon
huvo some of tho best bass singorn in
Vnlontino day waa well obsorved in
Miss Rottn Abol being sick Thursday
n. m., lior room was taught by Miss
Mrs. Etta Alton visited high room
Mr. Trunkey was a caller on tho high
room Tucsdny p, m.
Honry NowIioubo was a callor this
It made ua think of other times as tho
old familiar odor came floating from tlio
chfltnistry room Thursday p. m. l'rob
ably this oxporimont would not huvo
been so aucopsful if it had boon in tho
hands of tho Seniors of '00, but, as it
was iu tho hands of tho "noted Seniors"
of '5)3, wo tuld tif)t expect anythinu but
a successful oxporimont in this line, us
wn Hiltl truthful v miv Hint tlm i.lncu (,r
' '!). wiib noted for ninkiui: that oweet-
IMd You Sco Her, .foci
While at Rod Cloud this week wo
1 arned that a girl of that city has in
vented u lamp that will go out just ex
actly nt 10 o'clock. Now, if sho will in
yont u papa that will go to bed oxnctly
at nino, a watch dog without tooth, u
daaf and dumb brother, thero nro no
iloubtH tho course of true love botween
hor und a young Red Cloudiun will
ovontunlly run smooth. Blue Hill
Guano Island, Nob., Feb. 3, 180C.
Our books aro now opon for contracts
and will romain so until the 11th of
April (Saturday) unless tho required
acreago shall be made up provious to
that date. No contracts wHl bo accept
ed from nny othor than parties purpos
ing to give tho crop tho best of atten
tion, and who oither own or ront dosir
ablo land adapted to tho growth of the
sugar boot. Not less than threoacro
contrncta will be accepted. Blank con
tracts can bo seen by npplying to A.
Schnofer, Red Cloud, Neb.
Ox.VAItl) Bl'.KT SlKlAIC Co.
... m i .
Tho list of letters roniuininu: at the
postolllco uncalled for up to Fob. U0,
Goldrick, J I tassel bower. S
McNally. F Stoiger, August
Tho above letters will be sent to tho
dead letter olllco Mnrch 3, 180G. If not
called for. Fuank Cowiikn, Postmaster.
Kcal IMutc TriiiiNler.
Real estate trutipforo for the wool: end-
ing Fjbruury 18, 180G.
Geo Reovert and wife to villago
of Guido Rock, part lot G of
Roberts' addition to Guido
Rock f vr street, wd 3 Til (in
Janna Roso and hush to Owen
Lally, n'J sftl 4-.'l-0. wd 1230 (10
II Elizabeth Coats to Khun E
Coats, lot S of 5-1-12 and und
Yi of s(4 nw 1 und lots 2 und
:t of 8 M2, wd ic.no 00
h liuum and wifo to Edward
Noble, und J nwl und awl
l!)-l-l'-',qcd 27 00
S L Scurs and wife to Murv
Starr, net l.'l 11. wd ". 1800 00
I'rod Blank to J K Livingcod,
swl 112 10, wd 2000 00
Mary A Miller to W R Parker,
lota 11 and 12, blk 2, Wil
liams' add to Had Cloud, wd 100 00
John Rush nnd wifo to Mary A
Cooper, n w-i 20 1 9, wd 2200 00
John Rush and wifo to Mary A
Cooper, svv4 22 3-10, wd 2300 00
T J Wright and wifo to Joseph
vjroucn, Re l -jo -i-ii, wd 2000 00
James Pilcher and wifo to M
Thompson, 2 swl 27, und e2
sol 28 1-11, qcd 100
John HnlvorEon and wifo to II
W.Gnlliford. lots 23 nnd 21,
blk 21. Smith &. Moom'n uilil
to Rod Cloud, wd 300 00
T'il $14333 00
Ae vuarit Butter
We want Eggs
Ae want Corn.
And will exchange goods for the above pro
duels at tlio following prices.
llostTotnntoes, 12 Cans for $1 00
Pont Corn. l'J cntin for I 00!
llent String Means, l'J cans for 1 )i
Unit Limn Mentis l'J cutis tor 1 0)
i!.". pounds best RnisitiH for 1 00
jr pounds best sun dried lYiwhcs for 1 00
r0 pounds HKST Oatmeal for 1 00
1 gnl. the llfft Countrv Koruhiuu 3)e
1 gnl. tho IlcHt Sngnr Drip Sjrup, ::i)o
i'J pnunus lust Urieu I'tii-"
8 pound best White IIimuh
l'J pnutuls best Pit. I'ltinif,
12 poitnps best tutted Nocturiiiot)
U pontic liett Rio CnlTte, a diiiuly,
1 Suck Flour
1 pound of Tea ns L'ood na nny f.Oc tea for.
1 ouu gnl. A pplen 'J.r)0
lean gnl. lVHuhes... 40o
1 enti gal. Pi nr",
lean gnl. Apriuotb
1 pound Schepps' cocoanut bread very lino for pudding.
1 pound Schnptm' cream fruit
1 pound Fruit Pudding 10c
We cannot give you prices on all the goods we handle
hut will ask vou to
COME AND GET PHICES !
JJefore making any purchases.
Oh. cs, Oil, the best in
the market at
lizer & Ic Arthir
Shoemaker's Best Selections
For I'c.'iditii;.s and
bers 1 to 22 now
fituik'nts.nnil nil iciouh
who Imvc nceiMlon to u-o
luniks of ihli kind, con
cede thin to to thu llOKt
M.Tle of tpenkors tmh
lWieil. Tlio Oltrcrunt
numberi nri rompllcd
by IvuiIIiir L'lociitlotilfrU
or the country, w ho hnvo
fTrpiitlnrint rnollt(t.. Tup
tecTirlnB relectloni. nnd hoc judciiievt ns to
their merits t invnluiililu.
1'ujkt bindlnb', cucli tie cts ; cloth, JO cts.
Wo have just received
now line of
Including some of tho
SHOEMAKER'S CHOICE SELECTIONS.
A fine assortmotit of
Oivomon livur regulntor and I can
rognlnto tho world," mid n genius. Tho
druggist handed him a bottle of DoWitt's
Little Knrly Itisors, thu fnmoa llttlo pills
0 L Cotting.
Killtross, JIHs .Mninhi Weldcnnn.
ltcnorterv) i flinilHttu Dllly.
ih porn rs jiury Kiiium.
On Wednesday Misses Nollio West
and Hertha Brown left thir roomo in
chnrgo of Jeanotto Dilloy nnd Helen
Roby and wont to tho lower ward.
Tho tardy pupils are rcquirod to make
up tho timo ufter school.
Mies Nollio Mnuror had quite an acci
dent while rnming U school Wednesday
morning. Tho horse rnn nway, breaking
tho buggy somewhat, but no ono to.
ceived any injuries.
Wo aro sorry to nolo thnt ono of tho
seniors was tardy .Monday morning.
"Prof" John Tullleys, Miss Emma
Cook and Miss Trix Mizcr called on tho
liiu'li Hchool Monday tit 1:1.",.
Ono of tho Junior girls had to Btand
hi the lloor ono day this week. Wo
liink this is a very "p ior ox.unplo" 10
rtft bufoto tho "'suiilioinnrps" and "fresh,
moil." Wo sco they have begun ulroady
in pi'iiclico thiri now oiiiiiili.
Four Smiiorri woro prefont Fridny p.
in. Wo have u Blight suspicion why
'ii hern woro absent.
Two if tho "Soplioiiiiires'' kindly
trontDil Prof! WiUon l'n.l ly with two
.utW of dnilcious lta itiid nu union. We
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royxl Baking Powder
superior to all others
Heart Disease Kills
Suddenly j hut novor without warning aymp
toms.sttch as Faint, Weak or Hungry Spells,
Irregular or Intermittent I'ulso, Fluttering
or Palpitation of tho Heart, Choking Sensa
tions, Shortness of Drcath, Swelling of Fcot
aud Auklcs, etc.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
Cures Heart Disease.
And u full lino of
C. L. COTTING, - THE DEUGGIST.
gr- r ,
Mr. Geo. h. Srelth, of tho Oeo. L, Smith
Mantul Co., Louisville, Ky., writes Feb.M,
183It "For about a year I was a terrible suf
ferer from heart trouble, which got wi bad
I was obliged to sit up In lied to got my
breath. 1 hd to abandon business and
could hard i y crawl nro und. My friend, Mr.
Julius C. Vosht, ono of our lending pharma
cists, asked mo tony Dr. Milt-a' Heart Cure.
I had u '.-ii ll-tiu iihiio than n, bottlo wheu
the pnl. i .i nnd p'dpltat kins entlroly
tllsnppoariil. I huvo not had tho bllghteot
trnitblo iinco, nud today 1 am tvttoridlu,' to
niihlin si hs regularly as ovor."
Sold y dn.ssUts ovorywhetc. Hook on
neart and Nervos t-ont free. Address i)r.
Mllas Mrdlcul Cj., Elkhart, lad.
Dr. Miles' Kemedios Kcsloro Ucallli,
lie. wt "H'NimTK 1'i.AaTKiwrutfl UHCUMA
L'ffe'M. WEAK HACKS. Atdriislt" ouiySSo,
A SWELL SHOE AT A LOW
Lmlies' Briglit,Kid button, immitation hluchor cut
vamp, iloxiblo solo, in razor or narrow
square lasts and even broad heel.
Wait for our spring goods which aro beginning to
"Will have a number of latest lovelities at lowest
J prices. See repairing cut rates below.
If your bIioob rip wo sow tiiem free,
If tiro eoleti coiuo Ioobo we tuck tlioin froj,
It Btrnpe comes olT wo put now ones on froo.
If thoBhooB do uotRlvo tlio weur they should wo ulwnyo
nim te mnko them ButiBfuctory.
A. H KALEY, Pr
.J..J-.-W.MM.....,., Mmi,m., '
E'lito .Icixy ISulI.
Len Aulla liim u lino thoroughbred
Joraey hull for ferviee. C.ui bo found
tit Itla residence, notthitint part of tho
Ludiou, Goiiuino Donifolu Kid Lnua
l'utcnt Ldiitliorfiieiiiuttnd lii 81.00 tit
i ho Cincinnati Loot und shoo store.
To 'alio iui)iii
Tho following prai' will rule at tho
uiiy livery ulnblo liereBflon Torinq to
buy, 10c. v. UicttAnuio.v.
It not only is so, ittuukthe f, Qua
Mlnato Cotifjh Onro nets qulokly, nnd'
Hint's whnt umheg it Bo. O L Oottintj.
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