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Gives all the news of
Box Bjtte County and
City of Alliance.
The Alliance Herald
Largest circulation of
any newspaper in Weil
em Nebraska.
pry T 7 V Vcry Y 7 V Vin
R. Phelnn vva in town Mon-
J. W. fJnthrle made ft dip
Bridgeport nnd bach Saturday
Kerl Mailer nude a flying trip
to Denver Saturday, returning Mon
day noon.
J. C. McCorkle received a five
passenger friction-drive Carterear on
Monday; also a Metz ear.
Mrs. Chase Fca.sins Itas been very
ill during the past week, but whs re
porter! somewhat belter yesterday.
M. M. Kelly, special agent for the
State Fire lusumnre Company, was
iro Alliance .Monday noon.
J. C. Ilan.s(n of Mumper, Nebr.,
.spent Monday in Alliance proving up
Ot liis homestead.
Sheriff Cox made a trip to Craw
ford last Thursday on official busi
i) t-'s, returning on 44 Saturday.
ical treatment. Her huslnnd was in
St. Josephs hospital a few weeks ago
for treatment on account of being
kicked by a horse.
.James Stiihl, for .three years a
N hraskn State 1'ui versify student,
spent the an miner oik the Da vista
ranch near Linglc, Wyoming. He
stopped over in Alliance yesterday
afternoon, en route to I'la in i.-w .
Nebr., where he goea to take charge
aa manager of a mereamtile estab
lishment. James Potnics.il went to Rushvitle
Monday to serve a-, a juryman. He
I is still a resident of Sheridan coun-
' tv- i 1 1 , i . i ' 1 . i'i. ii " tiuuinu.i iti Vlli.
,ance. 1 hi t he and Mrs. l"otmeil ex-
pect to move to this city soon.
Mrs. K. C. Laing of
Missouri, arrivd the
week to visit her son,
for a few weeks.
last of the
EC. O. l.aing.
HI V Bay Is installing some very
fine and expensive plumbing in the
new home being erected by Tom
Real on Toluca avenue.
Herman Crouse, who ha8 been sick
with diphtheria at his home raorth--at
of Alliance, was reported better
N. A. Trueblood of Hay Springs
was in town Sunday and Monday,
Mopping over with friend, on their
way to Oshkosh.
The Newberry Hardware company
Is manufacturing a number of large
flax tanks for growers of flax Ittj
Box Butte county this year,
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Mrs. A. B. Stuckey was. operated
oil at St. Josephs hospital Tuesday
morning. We ire pleased to If I II
that site is getting along nicely.
John I'ilkington has leased the
room in The Herald building, former
ly used as a real estate office, and
taU put in an apple store. As will
be seen by his ad in this Issue, he
has received a car load of fine ap
ples which he now- has on sale. He
already has a good trade, which will
no doubt grow as his business he
(dines advertised.
better than the average yMd for
the state, and his potatoes, of which
he has nine acree. will go more
than 150 bushels to the acre While
in Alliance Mr. Hradsbaw called at.
The Herald office and ordered hla
name added to our list of Klls worth
Mayor W . O. Barnes and other en
terprising business men have been
working on the proposition of plac
ing a row of "cluster" electric lights
on each side of ttox liutie avenue.
from the Burlington station four
Modis north, the lights to be either
like the one now in front of the.
Mallery grocery, or similar to it. The
plan is for the business men and
property owners along the street to
pay the expense of installing the
posts and lamps, eight to the block,
four on each side of the street, at
a cost ot about tony eionnrs earn.
after which the city will keep tliem
lighted without charge to the prop-
ty owners.
Kdgar M. Wilson returned from
Crest on. Iowa, about two weeks ago,
lea vina his brother, Locton Bank
WHson, quite ill at that time. The
brother's death occurred Tuesday of
last week. He was a prominent
stock dealer. Mr. Wilson has the
sympathy of many friends in his
Miss Margaret Zehrung entertain
ed twenty little friends at her home
Wednesday afternoon m commomofUp
tloa of her teats birthday. Qamoa
John f. Simmer
agent of the New
era, of which
agent, was In
of Lincoln, state
Haven Underwrit-
W. S. Ridgell is local
Alliance on insurance
J. W. (inlhrie left
two weeks' business
Nebraska, going ria
Tuesday for a
jtip in eastern
the Northwest-
Mr. Davis, Field Superintendent of
the Reliance Life Insurance Com
pany, left to spend Sunday on his
ranch in Goshen J'ark, near La
C. range. Wyo.
Walter J. Mcdownjj, assistant sec
retary and treasurer of the Da vista
Ranch Company ot Unfile, Wyo.. area
in Alliance Saturday looking for
ranch hands.
Bam in Alliance to Mr. and Mrs
James Murphy of lakeside, on Friday
Septemer ft, a fine boy. Mother
ami child doing well. The Herald
congratulates the happy parents.
Johnny JJoyle. the gi -uial stOChnjatl,
and e-ituHalist of Mitchell, was in
Alliance Monday. He Just purchased
em hundred cows and calves from
the Wolfe estate at Hyaanis to feed
this winter.
Horn to .Mr. and Mrs Walter Al
len, September 26, a girl. This Is
their second child. Hie first being a
boy. Mr Allen is foreman on the
lVigiicll rajich, fourteen miles soulh-
aaatt of 'Aiiiiui. e.
W M. Robinson of the piano de
partment of Orkia Brother. Omaha,
sp.-nl the last of the week iit Alli-
anc. in company with W. c. Ku'glish
04 Chadron looking after business
with the lot al branch
lF.lv er Bullish, son of Judge and
hi rs. H. M. Mullock, was mken si'k
with typhoid fever on Monday of
l;LSt we k. since which time he has
been quite low, b it we are pleas I
to learn is taking a turn for the-
Mrs K. R. Myers left Monday
night for Peru, Nebraska, where her
daughier is attending the Stat. Nor
Hps! She will remain there for the
uHnii- 'Mr M vci I I I staying at
business Tuesday.
Miss Hickey of Heniingford began
work Monday aa an apprentice in
the millinery department of Harper's
Indies' Toggery. (At the same time
Mies Facia Hrenaman of Alliance be
gan as assistant trimmer, having bad
considerable experience in that line
of work.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Brennaa
are the proud parent of a wee bit
:f feminine humanity that arrived at
their home Tuesday morning, Oct 1
Mother ami daughter are both doing
Mrs. J. 11. Vaughan will enjoy the
rioter climate of Long Reach, Calif
for which place she left last Friday
night, expecting to Im? gone several
in ant lis.
Mrs Susanna Collins and Mrs.
Magna Johnson of Hingbam are vis
iting Mrs. Ralph Wax sou this week
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A. t). Taylor, an early settler in
This iirt of thel state, is in the
city today calling on old acquaint
ances His home is now is Lincoln,
but ks west to visot. a son who) is,
in business at Minatare.
Mrs. Philip Nohe, Sr., departed on
Tuesday night tor Ann ..Vnhor, Mich.,
expecting to lie gone from home sev
eral weeks. She may leturn via
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Mrs Anna. Allen of Aurora. Mo.,
d. parted for her home last Thursday
afar several weeks' visit with her
daughter, Mrs Brberl Lai as, and
family. Mr. Laing's mother. Mrs.
H. C. Laing. of Jerico Springs. Mo.,
i- expected today on 4:i for an i I
tended visit.
were played,
the lawn. A
candies was
The tlirls'
meet at the
afternoon at
frey will lead.
and lunch served on
cake with ten brilliant
the center of aitrac-
Four Square Club will
Baptist church., Friday
4 o'clock.
Rev. ChkI
Beautiful Weather for Laying Corner
Stene of New St. Matthews
Episcopal Church
As announced in the last Issue, of
The Herald, the corner stone of the
new St. Matthews Kpincopal church
was laid Sunday afternoon with 1m
pn ssive ccremoniee, the exercises be
ginning at three o'clock, in charge of
Rt. Rev. George Allan Qeecher, D.
D., bishop of Kearney. The Knights
Templar intended m full uniform.
The weather was fine and the at
tendance large.
A Bible. Book ttf Common Prayer,
Hymnal, picture of the old church,
list of the church officers, and a
copy each of The Alliance Herald,
the Times and the Churchman were
placed in the receptacle of th cor
ner stone.
Following is the order Of the ser
vices: Processional.
Introductory remarks by Bishop
lord's Prayer.
Psalms IM and 24.
First Scripture. I Kings, 8:30 ff.
Rev. Sidney Topping, S ockti Muff.
Apostles Creed.
Hymn 4:u).
leaving of stone, in charge of Hugh
I!, al.
Bishop Beecher.
"The Significance of Cor
laytng," Rev. Charles
North Platte.
Bishop Beecher.
Mrs. Judson and .Mrs. Butler will
entertain the Woman's Association
of the First Presbyterian church
next Wednesday afternoon, a 808
Box Butte avenue.
W. H. Aspden of the Fairview
neighborhood called at The Herald
off1-e while In town today, and In
formed us that he began digging bis
potato crop this morning. He re
ports a yield of about I5 bushels pf
Regular weekly meeting of the Box
Butte County Wilson & Marshall
Qlub next Monday eveming. All id
ers who favor the ele tiou of theae
progressive candidates tire Invited to
at tend.
Rev. C. H. Bnrlejgh occupied the
pulpit a the iM. K. chureii at Mars
land- Sunday, and has liepn busy the
past few days packing hki household
goods preparatory to shipping same
to Mural and. Crawford Tribune, Sep
tember 27.
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Tom Burchell, who has been hav
ing a seriou siege of typhoid fever
in a Dead wood hospital, is reported
slightly better at present.
Ladies' and gents' clothlny clean
ed and pressed Satisfaction guar
a.iteed. Mrs w. ii Zebrnaa
( 4 '.if 14t!'. ADV. I
ddr ss.
ner Stone
Chapman .
Benedict ion.
Alliance a ahort while yesterday on
his return from a trip to Wyoming
The Loiter eetate owns the big ff
ram h al L'ngle and another large
ranch at C.armont. Wyo Mr. Warr
naJtea a viail to tnes ranches year
ly to lnsMct them. To a representa
tive of The Herald he expressed
himself as being well pleaded with
the appearance of the western c mn-
try this year.
Improvements have been com
menced by the Nebraska Telephone
Company on the Allium e exchange
that will when completed give this
city and the surrounding country n
thoroughly up-to-date telephone sys
tem and one of the best liii any
stale. The second floor of the
Times building has been leased for
ii term of years. It is planned to
put', In a ncv plant at the 4 my of
removing to the new location. Wire
Chief II O. Pugh informs The Her-
ii HI that entire new equipment will
lie put In, including even new in
struments for patrons. District Com
mercial Manager L. B. Wilson of
GlUttd Island was In Alliance hist
Saturday eoneahtHhl with Manager T.
H. Beesoti regarding the new Improvements.
Progressive-Republican Candidate for
U. S. Senate Makes Address
at the Opera House
Democratic and People's
Independent Candidate for
Box Butte County
Your support respectfully solicited
Dr. Lester Returns from Colorado
and Reports His Horse, a
Sure Enough Winner
S. Kewer of the busy Bee
store departed Sunday for St.
and Chicago t purchase a
of goods for the holiday trade
will also visit friends in the
latter city from which place Mr.
Mrs. Kewer came to Alliance.
ram i
Their boy
at Peru
is also attend
II S. HoMiert, of Sheridan
WyonteUff. stopped in Allianc
lttKt Saturday on his wa to
to which place he was
co'int .
aw hUe
hipping cat
t wo
Since selling his pool room
.i. to James Pot me.-.il about
week uo. Harry Canaan has re
turned to Fullerton. ac ompanii d b
his wife.
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Mrs. J C. McCorkle s many friends
MM phased to see her anJoyiUC
ilne fine air and beautiful sUnahhV
las Tn.cr.da. after her long ttlUOUa.
Mr M. ' Cnr-ath of Sheridan
county, forty miles northeast of MB
who, is stopping In the ity for mod
Mrs. R. T. Watwon and Mrs. F
B. Dismer entertained the ldie'
Guild of si. Mutt be We Bplaropel
church on Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Dismer, in mem
ory of the mother of Mrs WutUOU.
who passed to the world beyond a
few months since, und who was a
member of that society. r
A. R. McWilliams and fauiily. who
have been residents of Alliauce the
past several months, leave toda eX
peettns to visit the parents of the
former who reside at Broken Bon
;.i..l then lins eed to r rest iioim.
Ph. to suend the winter.
mav decide to pur. I.as
side permuaamtty in
i frost proof.
Business Man
Many Friends
land and re-
thal land which
Meeting at the Court House Hall.
Friday Night, to Organize
"Progressive" Party
A call lias beeu uiade for it hMM i
ing at the court house tomorrow
night, at H o'clock, to complete ar
rangements for the organization of
the new "progressive" party in
Box ButtU county and organi.e a
political club. K. P. Sweeney und
J. B. Denton circulated papers mi
Alliauce i his week for signatures lor
this purpose, securing about one hull
dred names.
A progressive part) club litis b M n
orgiinied at Heniingford. the mem
hers of which we understand will
come down tomorrow night to indud
Alllaiiceites into the mysteries and
benefits of bull lumisedolll.
Another home was established in
A Hi mice this week which por ends
to be one of those described
little bit of benven on eartlt
Mr. W. M. Wilson and Ml . MUT)
K. Armstrong wer un'ied ia the
holy l.ouds of maUrimou) on BeptUin
ber H, lbl2, in Ienver. AJtUT tba
w t tiding Mr. Wilson returned to Al
IkMCe and Mrs. Wilson to her home
in Kearney, Nebr., to settle up
business affairs, she arriving in this
i;y en Monday of th;s week acconi
panlerfftby her daughter. Miss Rose.
Mr vvnson's little eon, Ira who has
been ;i student at St Agnes Acad
emy, is tuiw also at home and a
happier family would be hard to
find than the one' a if ttd Tallica
Mr. Wilson s many triends arc
extending congra t:';itins, and he
may be assured that his briue will
meet wMb a cordial receptioa bom
the ladies of m 11 1
ll is Willi sorrow that wc record
the death of Mrs. Grace Rice, wife
of Claude Rice, iil ii occurred a:
the home of fee mother, Mrs. N I
tie Culver, four.'etn miles northeast
of Alliance, a; 2 o'clotlt last Sunday
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Rice's houte
wus south c-.' this cl.y. but she was
at the home of be mother at lie
mm of, and sia-e. birth of tbeli
child about tvt( we.ks ago. She w;is
g tting along well aavtl BTM aJbM io
be :i round when ina tool a nuoaaei
and .'.tin jiasscd away. The funeral
was conducted Ht he home of bUC
mi. tlier. at 11 a.m. TaaUtdUty, by Rev.
.lames B. Lrowu. pastor of the Fii'
Pi eshyterian hur h of Alliam e, in
teimtiit being in (Jreenwood cein--lery
Besides her relatives Mrs
Rice leaves nialiv other frieU.is ill
and around .Alliance to mourn bt t
uislimely mini?. to all of whom The
Jlitald extends condolence.
liowry i Henry, who bought the
automobile businexs of .1. C. Mv
Oorfcle the first of September, are
-ai i tag out vvifh a fair trad- and
La. prospects ot a growing busine.-s.
They -old thr. flv. pass, user Fords
in Si ptember. one to O. M. Banks
of Marple: one Klmer A Mi Faii,
the Reno uierchaut; and one. to F
J. Was and K K Fold, assistant
auebierl l the First National Batik.
Dr. Claude Lester came In yester
day morning from Denver, where he
left his horse. Ft.x S. for the three
weeks' race meet, commencing at
Overland park. September 2. He
reports the horse In good condition
uid that he more than met his ex
ptstat ions, having won money in ev
ry race which he entered except
Fox S was entered In the seven
teen pace, in the Santa Fe circuit.
with the following results:
Uamnf, out of tbU money
Rocky Ford, se'nd.
I i noli City, second.
I'm hlo, s.M ond
Trinidad, first day. second mone.v .
s.M'ond day, first money.
It was neeeseary for Dr. Ieter to
IM'tuni to Alliance on account of the
Lister & Son horse sale this week.
He w ill go back to Denver Saturday
night or Sunday ami remain there
until the close of the raceB, when
he will bring Fw 8 to Alliance
Congressman tieorge W. Norrls
progressive-re publican candidate for
the United Slates senate to succeed
Senator Morris Brown, whom he de
feated in the republican primary
last April, spoke In the Phelan Opera
House last Friday night to a good
crowd, consisting mostly of voters,
hui the opera house was not filled.
Karl I). Mallery, republican can
didate for the sitate legislature, in
iroduced Mr. Norris as "the next
I'lllted States -senator from Nebras
kit", a neat Introduction, but, of
course, that remains to he seen. Mr
N'orrls himself did not seem to Ik
ov er sanguine of success this fall
neither did he appear to be worr.ving
about tlie result of the coming elec
Hon. ....
The trend of hU srieecTi u., i,i ". i
ty much the s:nile as that of o'lnr
pi me-sjve .'iiiidiilates, advocating
the rule of the people, declaring
'I. at it is sure to come, denouncing
rule by political bosses, etc. He
spoke in a complimentary way of ex
President Roosevelt, but seemed to
want to avoid stepping 103 hard up
on the corns cf the Taftites pre-eut,
if there were any present.
On the whole, he appeared to
make a favorable impression, but
the lack of tumultuous enthusiasm
would be dis'-ouraging in a I most unj
campaign ex pt that of 191.2. It's
not the fashirij to get very entnuei
aatlc in politirs this year.
While io Alliance Mr. Worrbt was
the gues; of Pc-t master I. K. Tash.
Lester & Son'a sale of horses and
tunics began today as advertised.
This sale has been worked up under
serious dirflcultlee
with Indications of
ber of buyers are
horses have been
more coming In tomorrow am
urdav. It was expected that
, but starts
success A
here and
brought bjL
tomorrow and
fear of horse epidemic that. pre
vailed In other parts of Nebraska
might deter eonie buyers from com
ing, and this expectation has made
horse owners hesitate about bringing,
their stuff In to Hie smle.
Bids will be received by the Board
of County Commbwkwieea o'f Box
Butte County, NehraSkn. for ihe
leaae of the Box Butte County rami,
for the term of two years. Said
lease to begin March 1st, 1911, and
ending March 1st, 115.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids or accept such
bid as seems In the best Interest to
the County.
Said bids to be filed with the
County Clerk within 20 days of this
Dated this 27th day of September,
l12. M S. HAHORAVKH. Clerk.
1 43-1-1478) adv.
Dr. Charles K. Sl:r;le was ailed)
to Ren.i Tuesday, ;n a ount Oj tin j
vi-riiuis condition of J. c. Barry. 1
a In ee Mm u has taken I "urn for
the worse Mr. Kerry has boui -tf- ,
fiiiied with cancer ;f the ntotoacb
for a l ilig time. Some time since i
he weirl to Omaha for ail opera' I in.
after which his health improved for
a while, but the improvement i
only tern pen ry. Ha ana bum of
friends in this part of Nebraska who
will regret exceedingly to learn of
bla pres. mi' serious cotidtiiou
J. T. Hradshaw, whose pla e is
all nit six miles ii irtliwest of Klls
worth. w;is in Alliauce the first of
the amok. He informs un thai le
dm s not do a large amount of farm
dig. as people in his part of the couii
try devote their am notion nepatly Ua
ratable ciittli, but. he has a fine
viei.l -f the crops grown this m-h
Weekly Weather Report
dltlon .
fine" expr sses the
.he weather most of
He has some corn that will yield J Vekly.
I lime sili -c our last issue. A wf.'k
ago it talked a little discouraging
here for potato growers who had not
yet dug (heir spuds. Wi.h the grouie
i too wet to work anil cold weather
I coming on. it locked as though
tie re m. gin be cou.Milerable hh
from freesiuci but sue e then the
wiather has cleared up ami turned
.warm, the ground is in good COndi
; itou for turning oirt the potatoes and
farmers are making rhe most of it
in putting them into the cellars or
oil t he III i I'ket
There Isn't a state or territory in
this I'uion whose 1112 output of gold
and silver would pay foi Nebraska's
l!H2 output of wheat Will Maupiu -
Quke a numb, r of noi 'h Morrill
county people took the Ha. II at Alii
am. vpitrrday for Bridgeport, where
Hitv went Io ll iJ the pojtpoii'.l
lounty fair. Annum the number
. r. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Feagins,
Mr. ;ind Mrs. Win Piguell. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Qrabam. J K Snow and
I'rank and Le u Cautwell
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Al the Kin press theatre Bund Sun
day night a! 7 Mo o'clock. Frank Al
Ian Woten will preueb on tun Mb
lootj "The Judgnieiii". There' will
be special music A iHcial inviia
lion is extended to all Tue motiug
will begin on time. A raising song
scrvioe will precede the sermon.
W. J Warr of Chicago, represem
ing the L. 'A. Irt-iter efHle. was n
A civil service examination for
clerks tod carriers for the Alliance
pont office will be held in council
chamber of tit. City Hull, beginning
m ! a.m., Saturday, Oc tober '. ISIS.
Those inte'iding to tuke the examin
ation please take no Ice.
S IV Van Arsdall od St. I Bin
was in Alliance last week condti ting
a demon.-! ration of the Ma jest ie ra 'ge
at I. L. Acheson's hartlvvtuv store
I Quite an interest was shown by the
! people of the c ity ami surrounding
country In i lie demonstration, which
r. sulet. 1 in the sale of four en
ranges, a pretty good start for ih
fall trade
We kuow if no oil'- 1 west
rrn Nebraska who devotes as much
Hiiie and attention to ecpei 'hn nting
with different kinds of farm pro
ducts as (leerire A. Douglas, on his
farm tour nileo amitheuml of Vlli-
an e. IPs exhibit at The II. raid of.
fh the past two weeks has attract
ed a gc id deal Of attention. Per tin
boiafH of those who did nor g.-t to
e it, we will give a descrip i 11
11 ! week
toothing, coolinu. healing and pur
ifying to the skin, refintd in use,
and fascinating in its delicate fra
gran -e--RexHll Cr'am of Alnioiiils
is one of the most IndiapettrMbla
things in Hie toilet of any dainty,
r. fined OomaO who has ever used It.
I'lisurpussed Vt 'lgair.'e of perfect
purity -gratifying to the mon deli
cate skin in! ei luplexion Its use ia
a delight. I: pro-no es cleanliness,
and meet i the objec tion ilia; many
have to cosmetics thai contain grease
as it not only contains none, but Is
eusil.v and quickly absorbed. If It
does not delight you your money
back. Price, 25 cents. Sold in this
community only at
Rexall Store. F. K.
lfl-1.14711 ADV
our store.
Bids will be rooaivad b Mm Board
of Conntj ContBefaaSoncrn of Box
Butt County, Nebraska, for fort
It hi more or less of Sheridan egg
;,al ami twenty cords more or less
of wood foot length.
The same to be d.-liv-'red in the
bin at tlie Coun Hou-c
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids, or accept
such bid as enema to Hie Itest inter
ett to the Couut
Said bids to In with the County
Clerk within 2u days of tins da-..-
Dated this 27th dav .d September,
lillS. M S. UAHliK VVKS. Clerk
(4B 2 14721 iidv.
Pure Home Rendered Lard
Pur lard at the Palace Meat Mar
ket All sized pails au:l cans at.
12 c -in-, per pouud KVBRY POI ND
IS tin ' A 11 ANTFKD Why do you
pay one-third mire when you can
get better lard at bMarf WV are,
'.4oiikg to Introduce our lard and
this is Hie way we do it for a short
time. This prl e is below cost to
us. but will make us money In the
Io::-; i ii, when our lard becomes
known. This favrrs our cut-turners
and will ur'ikt us money, too.
Phone 131. Alliance, Nebraska
-M--l--:!---'."----e-e-j-r v
Ottuf in Alliance National Baok Blk
Over Posiolfice.
Phoue 391.
All Electrical Equipment
Evenings by Appointment

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