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'M. When a woman wants to get
Well from diseases peculiar to her sex,
'hoJ should not add fuel to the (Ire
, already burning her life away, She
ahould not take worthless drugs and
potions composed of harmful narcot-
" lea arid opiates. They do not check
the disease they do not cure It they
simply add fuel to the fire.
Regulator should be
taken by every woman
or girl who has the
slightest suspicion of
nny oi tno mi
menu which of
They will Mmply
be wasting ifino
until they tnko It.
The Regulator U
tunic, which gets
at the root of tha
disease nnd cure
It docs not drug
It eradicates It.
It stops fulling of the womb,
and periodical aufferlntr. Ir-
regular, scanty or painful
menstruation; and by doing
an mi arivrs away me
hundred and one acheiand
pains which drain health
and beauty, happiness and
good temper from many a
woman's life. It it the one
remedy above all other
which every woman should
know about and uie.
1.00 per bottle.
lit any ilrur store.
Sent) (or our (re
"I bare gone 14 day at a time without
aaavaaaaat of tha bowala, not betog able to
mora tbemeioept by uilpg bot water Injections.
Chronlo conallpallon tor aeven yean placed me In
tbli terrible coudlllonl during that tlruo I did er
arytblnil beard o( but nover found any relief I auoh
as inr case until 1 began ualnii UA8CAIIKT8. I
bo have from one to tbree paaaagea a day. and If I
was rich I would sir 1100.00 for each movement) It
la snob a relief." ayi.ueu juunt.
t99 ltuaaell Bt., Detroit, Mitb.
TNADI MASH RtauniMD
Plsaaant, Palatable, 1'otent, Taate Good. Do
Good, Never Hlcken, Weaken, or (lrlo. 10c, tic.MK:.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Mstttaf aauffCaaaar,Cklaf,Mutml,ls'Ira. Mi
bkmUci taenia. .
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9 itwfc tuwrm. ntm,ia
lssU fast MMM NtkMi
J One acre of ground, good house
m and bnrn and other out-build. Jjj
$ Idrs. Good drovo well and $
good water. Slmdo fruit nmt
JJJ For particulars inquiro ol
: J. NUSTEIN, I
5 CIOAll MANUFACTURER. ?
Red Cloub, Nobraska. I
If Nation If
Make It at home. Sold
twih.rd in afto. nack
agri. wbleh make Ufe
CMAKJLVH r. HIREB OO.
rilRfR WHFRF ill FIRf filS.
Itoat Hough Byrup. Tainee ClooJ. Um
In time. Hold ut drown.
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Bajjjja the tialn
NAME FOR NEW STATE
Proposal to Create One from Por
. tioM of Three Otbera.
Thai Ham Dalmnrria." Ilelagf Com-
klaiaMloB of Part of Delaware),
Mara-laad and Vlr-
Drlmnrvia In the odd name thai
Home prrsons, would lifntow upon a
liypothrtlcnl state of the American
union. A propositi to urnite Kiicli a
Htnte by fhe union of Delaware with
the eastern ahoro eountica of Mary
land and Virginia has ber-n often din
fiiHHcd, imiinlly with coiildfrable In
terest and deelded approval by the
people of Delaware, occasionally with
qualified approval by part of fhe peo
ple of Maryland most directly Inter
ested, never with either interest or
approval by the eastern shore men
of Virginia, and usually with unqual
ified disapproval by Virginia nnd
Maryland, reports the New York tiun.
The CaUerts claimed under their
nrlglnnl grant of nearly 2 centuries
ago not only the eastern shore of
Maryland, but also the whole of what
is now Delaware. They failed, bow
ever, after long litigation with the
I'enna, to make good their title to
Delaware, and the order of tha Eng
lish court for a partition of Ahe
peninsula between the litigants
brought about the running of the
most famous boundary in American
history, Mason and Dixon's line.
Whenever the eastern shore coun
ties of Maryland have felt themselvca
aggrieve1 politically or otherwise in
their relations with their neighbors
of the western shore some eastern
shore men have talked of the ad
vantages of union with Delaware.
.Such was the coudition of feeling on
the eastern shore 70 years ngo.th'nl
the Delaware legislature sent to the
Maryland legislature a proposal look
ing to a union of the eastern shore
counties with Delaware, and a reso
lution for a reference of the ques
tion to the people of the eastern
shore was carried through the lower
liousrv of Maryland and narrowly lie
feated fn the senate.
The subject was again much dis
cussed, especially in Delaware, rath
er more thnn 20 years ago, and there
has never been a time since when the
lticstion wns not one of lively, If
only academic Interest, to Delaware.
The eastern shore became somewhat
nterested in the matter again when
it the election of Wellington to flie
finite the historic right of that re
gion to one of the senators wds Ig
nored, but the discussion at that
time took on no great importance.
Were the suggested union of Dela
ware with the rest of the peninsula
brought about the resultant stnte
would have an area of above ii.000
iciiinre miles, considerably more than
Inutile that of Delaware, and a pop
ulation of nenrly 4.10,000. The state
of Maryland would lose in population
nearly 200,1)00, and the state of Vlr
iflnla about 47,000, while Delaware
would considerably mora than double
Ilurnl Delaware nnd the peninsula
ounties of Maryland nnd Virginia
have a common Kngllsh origin and n
population almost exclusively native
mil of native nncestry. Hut Wilming
ton, which will soon Include half the
population of Delawnre, has a large
foreign element. Knstern shore tra
ditions, nlso, are more distinctly
southern and aristocratic than those
of Delaware, and the strong Quaker
element In northern Delaware hits no
counterpart on the eastern shore.
Delaware has always been favor
able to ttie oronosed change because
I she has everything to gain by it, and
,1116 attempted purchase of a seat in
the United States senate by whole
sale bribery at the polls and bribery
Jon a smaller scale In the legislature
(hns recently called the attention of
the people of Delaware to the dan
gers that may beaat a very small
I Such a piecing together of frag
ments to form a stnte has not been
known in recent American history,
though such things happened in colo-
I..I..I .1 .. 1 - . !,! I . .
nun uiijn, nun n iiimiiinr provision oi
the constitution seems to contem
plate the possibility of future easets.
Transfers of small areas from on
atnte to another have been frequent
-in me settlement or tmuuilary tlls
putes, and within a few years Penn-
SVhftlllll fnrimillv reenimliwl na T)1n.
I ' ,. ' , ,,
vuir ii'rriiury n iuw Hqiuire nines
which had been In dispute for more
than a century,
Oman (irlmlur'a Woaa.
The street organ grinder is a sad
and discontented mini, and spends
pnrt of his transplanted Italian life
swearing gently and melodiously to
himself at his new enemy, the fly
screen man. To the layman it would
nppenr that spring ought to be
synonymous with prosperity and pen
nies to the organ grinder, but It Is
not. "Husineis la getting good now?"
was asked of one who has a whole
fleet of "rag timers" out in the res!
denco districts. His description 'of the
condition of trade is not fit for llternl
reproduction in a family newspaper,
but in effect It was that the modern
ily-screen Is a delusion and a snare.
The women, In particular, he de
clared; would sit behind a fly screen
beside an open window, listen to all
the pieces tho organ contained, nnd
then quietly retire without the organ
man even getting a glimpse of her.
In the dayu before fly screens wero
Invented it ws no trouble to toss n
penny out of the open window, nnd H
the window was closed few women
had tho effrontery to opeji it' and
then fail to contribute to the mu
sician. Chicago Tribuae.
AMERICAN TRAMPS IN MEXICO
Aatkorltlea Are rnaala Over
Problpn of Aliatlngi the
Since Mexico, Cuba, Porto Rico,
etc., have cfimc to be known na win
ter pleasure grounds by the Ameri
can tramp, the local authorities hac
been puzzled as to how to deal with
tills idle nnd objectionable gentry,
wholly useless and possibly more
pernicious than the idle nnd globe
trotting seotlon of high society, says
the Mexican Herald. The tramp, un
like the wenlthy and curious idler
who takes nil countries for his own,
spends no money; he is prone to beg,
and to steal on occasions ia common
enough with him.
in this warm-hearted Mexico peo
ple usunlly glte him something to eat
and a shelter for the night; the vaga
buiido Americano is still, In mnny
parts of the republic, something of :t
notellyj he has the attractUencss of
the foreign mid unaccustomed. And
then, too, the dominant faith tends
to unreflecting charity, and the poor
man or woman here rarely ttnds
stony hearts nnd menacing fists.
Hut the tramp evil is not a new
one, even here or in Cuba. In the
laws of the Indies, ns far back as
lfi'15, not half ii generation after the
conquest of Mexico, the king of
Spain published n decree dealing with
certain dangerous, Idle nnd peregri
nating persons, who, having neither
ollelo nl beiieflelo, trnde nor calling,
traveled In Cubn, New Spain, etc.,
molesting the king'H loyal subjects
and imposing on the Indians. As
these Idlers nnd wanderers would do
no work (Infallible indication of the
Individual 'of the genus tramp) tho
king remarked thnt their example
was demoralizing nnd Hint It gave
to the Indian race the .example of
living without labor, which was high
So by royal Ordinance It was di
rected that the lceroys nnd other
Bervnnts nnd represcntntUes of the
king should tuke measures to com
pel the Spanish trnmps to work. Hut
the tramp makes It an nrticle of
faith to perforin no useful lnbor, so
the king's will wns set at naught.
Half n century later, or in 1S85, nn
other roynl decree provided thnt
tramps should be sent back to Spain
This wns Spnln's experience with
tramps in the early years of the oc
cupation of the Americas. In it Is n
hint for prcsent-dny rulers, who
might tnk-c severer methods than
have yet been thought of. Some of
our contemporaries would suggest
the whipping post.
SUICIDES IN THE SUMMER.
Hot Weather Ilaa Tenderac? to la-
ertaae the Muni for Salf-
Observers of the phenomena at
tending the suicidal inauiu have noted
that the tendency towurtLself-destruc-tiou
in the members' of t he human race
is more pronounced in warm than in
cold wenther. Statistics collected from
a wide area hhow that the tendency Is
not confined to any particular locality
or clnss of people, biftl'jtllllcts the hu
man race genernlly, say's the Chicago
"Figures bearing upon the suicidnl
tendency in this country tlemonstrnte
the painful fnct that suicide lias in
creased during the lust 25 years and
goes on continually increasing in ut
most all eMIIz.cd countries," said a
prominent nuthority on nervous dis
eases. "Of course the tendency to sui
cide lias been increased by the influ
ence of civilization, but another factor
in this Increase Is the geometrical
growth of population and all the en
grossing factors of local life. The
greater part of this particular tend
ency Is due to race, re liiriou nnd cul
ture, lint there are other influences,
such as climate, the seasons and at
mospheric chnnges which opernte on
what are called voluntary actions.
, "At the season of the year when the
sun Is In aphelion the average propor
tion of suicides reuehes its maximum.
During this period in June and
throughout the summer the physicnl
nnd moral conditions are so influenced
by the variations nnd conditions in
the temperature nnd humidity thnt
suicides are then greater than at any
other time of the yenr. The records of
the coroner's ofllce In thin city for the
last four years compared with those
of the preceding four years show that
as the weather conditions have become
more oppressive suicides have corre
spondingly been more frequent. Two
years ago, when Philadelphia expe
rienced one of the most excessive unil
lengthened torrid waves' for years,
suicides increased lft per cent, nnd
death in many cases wa.s most violent.
During the heated months, when vital
ity is greatly reduced, many suicides
occur from suggestion. This wns seen
in the records of 1600, when four per
sons used for the first time an un
known drug with which a young drug
student ended Ids life."
North Cnrollnn'a Odd Prlaoa.
A new invention is a prison on
wheels. It is the sort of jail used in
North Carolina for confining convicts
vho are employed doing work
throughout the state. In this way
they can be conveyed anywhere wife
ly and may stay in a spot for from
civilization ns long as- muy be re
quired without danger of their escap
ing. The prison is two stories high.
It is divided into a iiumlier of cells, the
floor of each being a bed and aeeom
modnling two of the prisoners. Into
this cage they all go at night, and it Is
securely locked up, thus rendering It
Impossible that any one of them
should get away, When work Is to be
done, they are let out, of course, but
when traveling are safely shut in.
St, Louis Republic.
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk
arefs are Being; Cured Dally In Spite of
No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the
Nerves A Pleasant and Positive Cure
for the Liquor Habit.
It is now generally known and tinder
stood thnt Drunkenness In a disease
nnd not weakness. A body filled with
poison, nnd ncrres completely shattered
by periodical or constant use of intoxi
cating liquars, requires an nntidoto
capable of neutralizing and eradicating
tliis poison, and destroying the crav
ing for intoxiennts. Suflerors may
now euro themselves at homo without
publicity or loss of tlmo from business
by this wonderful "Homo Gold Cute,"
which has been perfected after ninny
yenrs of close study nnd treatment of
inebriates. Tho fniihf.nl use according
to directions of thij wonderful discov
ery is positively guaranteed to euro the
most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives cure yoifr husbnndslt Child
ren cure your fatberslt This remedy
Is in no sense a nostrum but is a spec
illo for this disease only, and is so skill
fully devised and prepared that il is
thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the
taste, so thnt it can bo given in a cup of
ten or cofTeo without the knowledge of
tho person taking it. Thousands of
Drunkards bavo cured tbemselves'with
this pticelcss remedy, and as many
more have been cured nnd made tem
perate men by having tho "Curo" ad
ministered by loving friends and rela
tives without their knowledge in colTce
or tea, and believe today that they dis
continued drinking of their own freo
will. ")o not wait. Do not bo deluded
by apparent and misleading "improve
ment." Drivo out the disenso at onco
nnd for all time. "Tho Home Gold
Curo" is sold nt tho extremely low
prico of One Dollar, thus placing with
in reach of everybody a treatment more
cfTcctivo thnn othets costing $20 to SCO.
Full directions nccompnny each pack
age. Special advice by skilled physi
cians when requested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of
tho world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dnpt. A 402, Edwin li. Giles &
Compnny, 23.'50und 2132 Market Street,
All correspondence strictly contiden
tial. m m
Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feel svvoolon, nervous
and hot, and gel tired easily. If you
havo smarting feet or tight shoes, try
Allen's Foot K'ise. It cools tho feet nnd
makes walkini; n-iy. Cures svvonlen,
sweating feet, ingiowing nails, blitei
atid ealloiM spots. Helieves corns nnd
bunions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it today. Sold bv nil
druggists and shon stores for 25c. Trial
pnekago free. Adtltest, Allen S, Olm
sted, LeHoy, N. V.
Thousands-nave Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; If It stains
your linen it Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
iJy pass It or patn In
' tk m tiM l i1eA
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the'day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mall,
address Dr. Kilmer &
ITome of Swunp-Iioot.
Co.. Blnehamlon. N. Y. When writing men
Uon reading this generous offer in this paper.
Articles of Incorporation of The Cowdcn
Kaley Clothing Company.
Know all mm bv thecal prti-enta : That wi. A.
U. Kaley, 11. A. I.etaen, and F. V. Cowdtn. da
hertby aaaociate otirtchcH toeetbtr far tha aur
pnse of crKftiilzlRR a corporation, tiua'trlhaiawa
of tho Hate of NeUrnatn, for tut purpose of
biijinganu leiuug hi reuii'er doming, natr.
capi. hoota, alien, niul ftiiilahlng vaoili, and
all aiicb Kood, ware ranil'tntichandlra aa art
uauallv kept and barullurf 1t retail dealers In
Tha name of audi porparatlon thai) be Tha
Cewden-Kaley ClethliiffOe , and tha principal
place oi irnnaaeiiug itn uimnaas auau oe at ataa
Claud, Wabaler Co., Nebrin-la.
Tha amount f lie eaullal alack ahall b alx
thaua and dollars (HKXK) (hi) divided Into ahare
f out li mid red dollar (tlfO.iO) each, all af
mi i on kunu uep,iM in immediately upeu tat tr
eanlratlau of the rorporilou. .
The corporation ahall commence ta the
twenty-ctcond ('.Vml) da or July, alnitesa
hundred and oae (UH)l),amUhMlltcrulaiteJBly
The hlKheatamaunl t Imtebteduaiaer liabil
ity ta which aalal eerpnrallen tball at aay llaie
ubjtct Itaelf letlit aum of four theuiaid del
Its affairs aha I) tit rondt'ctad by a hoard af
three directors t bo rlci-teii aauually by tha
atotklioldeia, and Ita ofll-ri -hall cantlit af a
I'reaidtnt. virc-1'reaideiit b alary and Trm
urtr. to be elected by the U nrA of dlrecttra.
11. A, l.KTttH.
K. YY, Cowdbn.
Wltnei:-C. V. Kalxv.
(lemon'i Plattir d Palni Matter.)
When Maydolo was told that he made "a
pretty good hammer," ho said, "No, I don't
makoa 'pretty good hammer, I mnke tho
best hammer that ever teas made."
Every carpenter who eawn Maydolo ham
mer wantod ono. It was of tho best ma
terial, perfectly balanced, and tho head
novei 'flow off. Hammers woredlvlded Into
two claeaes-lst, Maydolo'sj 2d, all tho rest.
llastors nro separated by tho samo lino
of cleavage 1st, llonson's Porous Plaster:
2d, all tho rest. When, for rheumatic pain
a cold, a cough, kidney troublo or any
other disease or ullment that may bo treated
externally, you ask for a plaster, nnyhon
at, rapntablo druggist will glvo you a Ben
son b. He knows it is Incomparably the
best, and ho assumes that you know it too.
As tho namo of Maydolo stood for hammers
the namo of IJonson stands for plasters
tho "real thing.' All tho medicinal poten.
cios that are valuablo in a plaster nro in
I onson's. Capsicum, Strengthening and
licllndonna planters nro out of date.
An army of physicians nnd druggists, nnd
millions of tho peoplo, havo written of
Uenson'B Plasters ns n remedy to bo trusted.
PenWs Plastora havo fifty-flvo highest
awards. Accept no sub3tltuto.
For sale by all druggists, or wo will pre
r,,lJIJ)0,sL'lg? on nny number ordered in the
United States, on receipt of 25o. oach.
Seabury ic Johnson, Mfg. Chamista, N. Y.
' A good looking SSpSvli
home and poor look- '3?jp'W
Ing liurncufi In tbe -SVV
worar kind or a com- ff-M
not only make, the harnfM and the j JA
home lock bettrr. but makn the iWk
leather Bolt nnd pliable, put. It In eon- li
nil i j 4 . dltlin to liut twlcw m lung IVa
WiMtmVfl "' " on,lnirll vvould. jlBA
UHEXiWth Sr.M rtcr.K)irr In etni M MM
Hl.'.ll ilm. iltdi bf Mffla.
MKVif STANDARD 'Mll
HW oil co. iuwBi.
G. V. ARGXimiGHT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Ukd Cloud. Nkbuaska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits anil Por
traits madn to order.
STUDIO IN DAMKIIKLL I1I.OCK.
I. B. COLVIN,
3EAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock Ilox S3. Guide Itock, Neb.
VII kinds of property bought, sold and
the f rojuent cauae of Aprwnrilcltlt and many ottwr fen
loui 111 .hould nrer bo nHrleTtvd. The objection to the
aiual cathartlo remcdlea la their cokIIvb reaction which
lnrn-aM-a conirtpaUon lnatcadot curing It. l'AKKEK'S
OINOKll TONIO ta tho proper remedy. Jt ncuon tfc
Uver. and when OMd aa directed, permanently removes
the voniUpaUon. M eta. SLOQ ut all lirugglata.
IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK
And want to gut at tried earning money
nt onci', send us 25 cts for our book of
"40 New Money -Making Ideas."
It is worth its weight, in gold to anyone
who is unemployed. Send today.
Century Publishing Co., Box 73,
Heron Lake, Minn.
i7PAVf!Jl,3II?VEEKLY nml want ore
WWO a ! VIOII hornet travelliik'snloiuiicn
K TREES H"e a 77-VR- 8EC0RD
- arocaay to Rt-U, always
nlcase. Outflt auwlutkly raak.
STARK BRO'S. Louisiana, Mo.
tr fWt1 LLr ICTJBES all Kidney
IManeyCUra. ( ache, etc Atdru
a ' r. f .uiseascx. uacic-
' " " " Via V aT3 UWKi aai
Tloe, etc, ot Dr. B. J, Kay, Saratoga, N. V,
1. Free book, ad
B. & M. B.Y
RED GLOUD NEBR.
S7. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE C)
and all point
TRAINS LKATE AS rOLLOWt!
13. Passenger (tally for Oberlln
and bt. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Dcurorand all
points weat............ 7:45 a.m
No. H. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Hansen City, Alrhlion. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymote
aiid all point east and south 2-3i an
No to. Paaaenger. dally. Denver, all
Soltita In Colorado, Utah and
allfornla 8:40 p.m.
No, lft. Passenger, dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points east and
south :.-... 10 :00a.
No. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Hastings. Orand Is
land. Black Hills and all
points In the nortlmeat. liOOp.aa
No. 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, Tla lie
publican .- .... U:30p.sn
No. 64. Freight, dally, Wymore and
St. Joe and Intermediate
Junction points .. 19:45 p.m
No, 63. Freight, dally for Itcpubllcan
Orleans, Oxford andall points
west .... ...10:40a.ta
No. 66. Freight, daily except Sunday
for wymore and all point cast 6.00 a.m
No. 173. Freight dally lo Oxford and
Intermediate points ..... 1 :30 p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars.
(seats freo) on through trains. Tickets sold anal
baggage checked to any point in the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tlckeu
call on or address A. Conorer, Agent, Ited
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Pasaengei
Agent Omaha. Nebraska.
n. !-. 1
The Chief, 1$ A Year.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The 5 Minute Breakfast Fool.
PURIAN - HEALTH - FLOUR
"J$ItAi:N - JIBE AD"
PURIAN MILLS, St. Louis, Mo.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the gen original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madison, Wit, It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, '.5 cent. Naver ol4
In bulk. Accept na aubstl
tute. Ask your druggist.
EL-Kay's Lung Balm
cures every kind of cotmh, la irrlppo, bronchltK
koro throat, croup, wtauoplnir cough, etc. Nurer
derunges tho stomach. AtDrugglata, lu&'JSc.
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