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THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL
Published Kvery Friday at Shonhont*, Idaho by,
E DWARD T. BARBER
Editor ui.i Proprirtoi
$2.00 Per Year, in Advance
Subscription Rate:
Entered st the I'OStoAce at Shoshone, Idaho, for trans
mission through the mails as second-class mail matter
MEMBER EASTERN IDAHO PRESS CLUB.
* - Thu paper ha« enlisted
: government in the
( America for the
• •
with the
cause o
period of the war • —
SCOTTY !S DEAD.
muni
Per.i
He w
• • mscliin.' gi
irotind Y lib
I» Hie rend Utile
r w»» pl«ee«l at a
t*er
ft.-id
ing a read through a drnw
»I.
'I lie
on« that road in
The first Heinie
rarm
Vi.l I v'«
nl at the fimd »till tell tlicu iltl
other and «till another until tblrtv Grr
man wddlera paid toll to Sis
Then a group of men in
•d toward»
»P
'• pun
•l MIU
Scotty trying,
Sent
torn
ia ru-l
"Don't shoot
Amerii
». .I up by hi»
gun mitt i «un iitftianliy riddhd »» v 'mUrti
(Irrtl l»v Ihr *t|Ujkil I In inn
Hrottv t* dcail.
I» Ulierrd their el«
ing to la» Amer
HCT HK IHM)
Iran».
ns IHM U N
liars in Id« ho the cowardly r*rtn|uui
»»*«* of the Hurt« who killed Sit*M V, rail
tag IhftnwIvM Not» Parti*««« Townlev
MrKaig. Khnltr. N« mucin, »mf the
hunch of plain clothes *<d«Ji**r»i
Kaiarr «re \m
in* "PONT NIMH iff! ? WE ARE
AMERICAVM" They, like the Ph*ri***e
vh-de
>f Uh
• fate and cry
iding th
Scripture«. phy
IftrtnHM of loyalty sad erv »loud in the
market plue«'« t!*#*• r devotion to
an«) thr Administration. Iki thrir rrien
of l«»v*ltv foul tin- K*i*»*rttc* in Idaho?
Not on vour life*. Kn»r\ Kaiwriti*. every
I w tv mn »nan hist and »very mil
America
I«» in tl>. -tat- I« lined up »otidlv with
tili» bora h v> ball to tally pro. In im« il»
Thrv are not fool
- loyalty to Ai
lag the Kai»erite» with their cry.
they are feeding «avoue
t-Uiirn» who fwII for their propaganda
Whatever it la alamt the Non Partisan»
that attract* all the dLloval element»
it I» the lovai
certainly
of our ritinmry a* a body it
»»met hing worthy of careful »crutiny hy
any loyal cltiren before he fall for It
If a eitiu-n of any community
hitnwif with the thieve» am) thug* and
harhit* and iliareput able character* of the
community, no amount of otherwiac right
living will cvtaldUh him in the cnnfl
4enee
. iahte element .>( the
I
-«»«I i erd», >u »o j
<1« brand I
if Ihr
He may at tend church sa l
iccting
oHinnuna v
Monday ». Iwx.1 and prayer
may give aim* to tin- |«»>r and needy |
amt d«> all manner o
long aa be per»i»t» In keeping a« hl«
He
the di« re putable elc
mit v be «I
ment of the com
I
:
ed and rightly *
r of th
The I
nit bered to them
I and outlaw etc
mem
whom be a»*»iates.
with
l'artisan» have
gang
K>
•elves all the it
How
it of the at
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•eaaibl.
mi,riled
in-out
eil I/.
W
re the
loyal citizen, in Idaho to «
Uee hv n
Non Partisan
German
,
,,,
would
be
Non Partisan |mi
no
Idaho
111. loll..» mg non an iml.a-t.sl into
•d»rrior «*«» Ortolirr 9th, to mtr» in. I
at Camp L»n Washington
... « . . .. MW.
Jim J. Fulkerson. Jerome. Idaho
law Ardon Amhrow. Jerome
.« _ o, k ,.-I . >v I u
\mg«t M.n.b'i.
«.eorgr Kn l--a - .. Idaho
7 !.. tola.» ing m-n ar. io.i.„-t»,i into
».-rvice on iirtou-r 4«h to Is- entrained
_a. _ . ,
«t Jefirnon iUrm<k>.
Mack Reeve». Kerb» W VirginU
Elmo Smith Gilmore. Shoshone. Idaho.
Wph William lb.I«m Jerome blah«. '
Robert Arthur lllak.ma-, Rh-hfield
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Idaho
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TWIN FALLS COUNTY FAIR
In another ee
of th* Twin Full«
to b* 1 m-I d Oct. 3 -1
Falla roun
tfor th* Ir
n a*! vert i I
in I«
I y Fair whit h
»Hier. Th* Tv
y fairs
feat un
kwill fori
UumXWn
th!
BLACKFOOT ROUNDUP
ni y •
l
VALUABLE IMPROVEMENT
Manager Stephens, of lhe Hangt. ha*
hantcnl pl«> er pi
lollars
I a new
no which costs three thousan
purchnu
ik and will
1 doubtless be greatly appreciated by the I
re I
It is being tnstii lied this w
y patrons.
-o
j Dun Hunt has sold his Deltrich ranch
to some Twin Falls parties and Is
ng sale of hlx personal
feels. The liant ranch Is one of the fin- I
est and heat Improved on the I
tract and sold for u good figure.
!
,.f ;
iletrich i
I
vrrtlalng
!
j
Crops Are 40 Per Cent. Less
[
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WORLD SHORTAGE
IN BEET SUGAR
Than Pre-War Average—Cen
tral Powers Hit Hardest.
CANE SUGAR IS ISOLATED.
Allied Bsat Production Falla One-third
I
In Rigid War Economy
Practiced.
j
... . -
Tho world today i. producing forty
per cent. I pm beet sugar limn the pre- •
war average.
!
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j
Counting the American, Allied and j
Gemian-Austrlan crops, as well as the
neutruls. the U. 8. Food Administra- (
tlon has estimated that the world "
shortage created by the light crop of
11)17 1018 la at least three uud a half
million tons.
That the 1917-1918 crop of cane sug
ar was two million tons In excess of
the previous year <lo«a not relieve Ihe
general ahnrtage.
Uuhu and Java produce onehulf of
the world cane crop, and the Java sug
ar la too far removed from America to
transport when »hipping I» badly need
cd to lrans|sirt and malutnin the mili
tary force» lu Franc«.
In Juva a large part of the old sugar
crop Is still awaiting shipment. Since
It require» 150 to HiO days for each
hont that Is sent to Java, the possibili
ties of ohta«ting adequate shipments
of Java augur this xcaaon are remote.
Alllsa' Production Falla.
Taking the Allied uatlona as a group,
official reports «how that beet sugar
production la less by on»-third than the
pre-war average.
French beet sugar Industry has suf
fered moat by ttie war. The French
yield of beet sugur la now only 29.1
par cent, of the pre-war average.
For the five years preceding the out
break of hostilities In Europe, France
produced an average of 752,542 tons of
I sugar each year. For 1917-18 the
j (Cranch production wsa 219,416 tons.
With 61 factories operating, ns com
pared with more than 200 that were
I In existence before th# war and before
l
|
I the general campaign of destructive
: neas launched by tbv German armies.
France neverthcleoa managed to manu
fueture more beat sugar In 1917-18
the total out pm
I
thau lu I9H117. wb
was 2<>2 415 Iona
Italy In 1917 t« produced 100.890
I tone of beet sugar, which was 50,909
ton» lea* than (be provloiia year and
119.250 loss than »he aiiiiiiiil output iff
; ...... a..., , ... ..... . ....
! augar for the live jenr pie war pc
I One of the great difficulties expert
•"Ta u 'm .'T TT".
was Unding : «uffl. lent labor to handle
">* crop I liouaam!» or men usually
in !>••! «iiKur productlou
were called for military service. The
ÏÏÏ./U3 5TSÏÏ 1
beets harvested
- rr rrrrreerr r r r r rr n r- - r r rr .rr rr-r
FRANCE AND BELGIUM
GET AMERICAN SUGAR
_
Ninety five per cent of all refined
*uK«r Bent from th« LnU**d State« to I
_ _
,U ' A '"* J D • ,l,,n • W6nt i
H* 1 *'" 1 " t h « 0r »' 0r * month* |
of ,h! * r ** r I
K ' n,nc * *°* T2 ,,< ' r " n * ' or nwlrly
(W.waiOOO pounds, and Belgium recelv
ed nearly ll.OUti.UUU pound», or 23 per j
cent I
j t country this angar was doled \
out by a strict rationing organ I za tlon. I
The entire amount to the Aille» ln J
thc*e five month»—23.791 tons, n I moat j
half of whlrh was shipped In May la |
enly about one half of 1 per cent of !
our total annual consumption. j
.
!
1
rlod.
GOAT MILK
rest to H«<W» mJk
When Mm
the ballsy
ha* • *•
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MAI
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Up.
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REBELLION
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By SUSAN E. CLAGETT.
"You mil against convention," the
! man at the wheel wild, "hut you have
I not told me what you would offer In
; Its place. There I» no need for you to
> go into the byways and hedges lu
Mearch of the rreuture man. 1 can
name four who would deem It u priv
liege to spend the rest of their lives
In your company and 1 know that yoisj
have sent them to the corners of the
Italstoii Is In Japan, Howard
r) j
all( j i >Mwre ,„.,. arn driving amhuluiices
j n FrBn0) . Chapman Is with IVrshlng
In Mexico.
Why did you do It 7"
Sophia InIiuiii looked at her com
paillon with somber eyes. She could
not smile, although the note of amuse
nient In his voice would have been
contagious If the subject of their tulk
had not been a vital one to her.
"If I tell you that not one of them
has asked me to marry him, would you
believe me?"
"Certainly not!" Ills reply was era
phutle.
"So I supposed. Neither will you be
lieve me when I tell you that I have
never been asked In marriage, humiliat
ing ns Is the admission. But it is true,
nevertheless. Men llnd lu me u pleas
ant companion, n good comrade. I am
their confidant, hut our friendship has
never crossed the dividing line between
pleasant friendliness and the deeper j
feeling. That I cannot arouse ndmira
lion, love, bus cut deep.
"That fact Is burned Into my con
»clousness and I resent the attitude of
the
world toward the woman who
would strive for her happiness by seek
ing It for herself. It Is a man-made
world, with man-made customs and,
perforce, she who finds no favor In
his sight must bow to the Inevitable
anil accept the fate thrust upon her.
Convention forbids the least little step
, hp r>oun(| of hlH (lom ,nlon.
even though she may see happiness
beckoning to her from the farthest eor
ner.
askance If she venture over that line
r domarkntlon?
"Well, what are you going to do
Why should she be looked upon
amusement as he brought the ear to
a standstill to allow a heavily louded
wagon to pass on the narrow road.
"What would you suggest that will
take the place of the old-established
order of things? You are so essen
tially feminine that I cannot Imagine
you taking the initiative In such mat
ters."
"Why not?" she retorted with pas
sionate warmth. "Because I am
passed by must I forever give up the
thought of love, of companionship, the
feel of a warm little body within my
arms? Or, If not passed by, must I
take what Is offered when, unoffered,
there Is a better which might be mine
If I could but overcome the reluctance,
entailed by convention und my woman
hood. to ask for It?"
"There Is a possibility, you know,
that you may meet with a rebuff. Have
you thought of that?"
She drew In her breath sharply. "I
have a right to happiness." she nn
swered stubbornly. "If It will not
come In the accepted way I will fight
for It. It will he hard, hut I must."
Until now he had not taken her seri
ously, hut there was n strain In her
face, in her figure. In her clasped
hands that made him feel her earnest
ness. He had known her for muny
years, had been a constant visitor In
|
*' v cry whim and cnpflce, hut this ln
tensity, underlying her usual cool
her homo and thought he knew her
friendliness, took hlin uuawures. He
was frankly uncomfortable.
"You told me there were four," she ,
I
sold presently, breaking the silence
that had fallen between thVni. "They
were not lovers, but If they had been
. , , I . • , , :
my choice would not have been made
from among them. They were good
dancers, perfect escorts, desirable as
t^l'nrades, hut nothing more."
"How can you say that when you
know whaf Ihl , y are o 0 ( nK y" he nsked
gravely. "Do weaklings go to the bat- !
tleflcldF' i
-ft »"V*"' -■
explain. What they are doing will de- |
V,I ° P ,r " lt * that WOUl<1 h " Ve forevpr i
lain dormant but for the horrors of
this swful war. But » Io n ih.-v loft
they «ere not the men to whom I
wou!d give my heart's blood H nd thluk
nothing of the giving." She turned to
him suddenly. "What la your deflul
_ ^
tlon of « raanf*
He looked at her thoughtfully.
"About the same as your», I think, j
* l '«®' , e. Integrity, honesty of purpose, !
coushleraUon for othera, a
carrying out of the right as he see» It
no matter at what cost to himself."
She nodded. "That Is what 1 want."
»he said tensely, "u man, not the pre
tense of one."
"You have found such a one?"
"Yes."
"You have told him that you cure?" i
y ,, t but I will 1 must." The ,
answer came haltingly. "I—I—oh ! I
Don't you know?" She threw out her j
hands with n little despairing gesture, j
"I think I will die of shame, but don't .
you know that It Is you?" She ended |
In « whisper.
For an Instant the silence was pro
found. Then he laughed, a full
i
I
I
throated laugh, In which there was no
sting, fi
In- had caught tier two hands |
i nwn and raised first one and
within hi
then the
her to hls lip».
* 4 Yuti Uenrl" lu» nmn
Hirtel undf*r hl«
um worthy of
thftt I will fié»v**r til «tip*
hrea
trmnt !
your
paint you
(Copy ns)> I
M'f'lur© Newspa
u«i ti:
'hartçr No. #272
Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
The Lincoln County National Bank
AT SHOSHONE IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI
NESS ON AUGUST 31st, 1918
RESOURCES
-lutling rediscounts.
Loans and diacounts, I
>27.556.24
227,556.24
Total Loans
.V.
227,556.24
IJ. S. Honda deposited to Secure circulation (par value)...
IT. ,S. bonds and certificates of indebted ne i
unpledged..^..........._.....
20 , 000.00
owned and
5,000.00
35,000.00
16,650.00
Liberty Loan Bond«, 316, 4,and 414 per cent, unpledged ..
Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not Including stock!)
owned unpledged ...
Total bonds, securities, etc......
I Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscrlp
18,795.44
18.795.44
| Furniture and Fixtures .
Lawful Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
1,800.00
3,298.85
21,116.37
74,821.56
Cash In vault and net amount due from national banks...
(
Net amount due from banks, bankers, ayid trust com
panies other than included In Items 13, 14 and 16.
| Checks on other banks In the same city or town as re
4,889-16
518.83
porting bank (other than Item 17) ..
Total of Items 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
Checks on banks located outside of city or town of re
porting bunk and other cash Items.
Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer and Due from U.
S. Treasurer .
Other assets. If any.'.
80,229.55
375.84
1,500.00
2,403.44
TOTAL
407,725.73
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid In .
Surplus Fund .
Undivided profits .
Less current expenses, interest
and taxes paid. . .
Circulating Notes outstanding .
Net amount due to banks, bankers, and trust companies
(other than Included In items 31 or 32)...
Total of Items 32 and 33.
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposits due In less than 30 days (other
than for money borrowed).
Certified checks .
Cashier's Checks outstanding .
Total Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,
244,766.72
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)
Other time deposits .
Total time deposits subject to reserve. 72,081.10
30.000. 00
30.000. 00
3,073.66
$701.75
30,000.00
2,308.29
112.54
112.54
214,218.52
25,459.82
256.50
4,831.88
40 and 41
46,209.15
25,871.95
TOTAL .-.
State of Idaho, County of Lincoln, ss:
I, J. A. Keefer, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. A. KEEFER, Cashier.
407,725.73
CORRECT-Attest: C. B. Keefer, Fran k T. Disney, Gilbert J. White, Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before me thisllth day of September, 1918
Harlan D. Heist, Notary Public
(Seal)
|
Reserve District No.
Charter No. 6577
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
The First National Bank of Shoshone
AT SHOSHONE IN THE STATE OF IDAHO, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI
NESS ON JUNE 29, 1918.
RESOURCES
... 200,722.77
. 200,722.77
Loans and Discounts
Total Loans .
200.722.77
U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value)....
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and
unpledged....
25,000.00
14,000.00
39,000.00
Liberty Loan Bonds. 314. 4, and 414 r /c, unpledged
11,050.00
11,050.00
Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not Including stocks)
owned unpledged ..
Total bonds, securities, etc.... ...
22.535.84
22,535.84
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscrip
tion) .
Furniture and Fixtures .
Real estate owned other than banking house.
Lawful Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank.
Cash In vault and net amount due from national hanks ...
Checks on other banks in the same city or town as re
porting bank (other than Item 17) .
Total of Items 14. 15, 16, 17 and 18.45,517.08
Checks on banks located outside of city or town of re
porting bank and other cash items.
Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer and Due from U.
S. Treasurer .
Other assets, if any........
1 , 200.00
3.400.00
1.500.00
17.808.78
44,405.20
1,066.88
609.2»
1.250.00
6,809.41
TOTAL .
351,303.17
LIABILITIES
8urplus Fund .
Undivided profits .
•ent expense. Interest and taxes paid
Circulating Notes outstanding .
Capital Stock paid in
40.000. 00
10 . 000 . 00
.... ,
Individual deposits subject to clieok .
_ , . .. . , ,
^hanTr'moneyTorrow^) " 3 ° ^ ( ° th ° r
Cashiers checks ou s'amUng ....
other demand deposits ...
Total Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve, Items 33. 34, 35, 36. 37. 38, 39.
*0 and 41 ....216,862.80
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)
T °'*' - •- M °-'*
' h * Rbove statem ® nt *» true to the best ot m Y knowledge and belief.
A. W. HANSEN. Cashier.
CORRECT—Atteat: E. G. Gooding, J no. Thomas, Fred W. Gooding Director»
3,843.12
2,838.23
1.001.89
15,000.00
:: 418 99
M
4 1,495.15
4.222 74
725.92
58.435.48
TOTAL __
State of Idaho, County of Lincoln, ss:
I. A. W. Hansen, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
351,303.17
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of September. 1918
C. O. Stockslager Notary Public
Residence, Shoshone. Idaho.
(Seal)
GENERAL SUGAR CONSERVATION
la augar necessary in the diet?
Neither cane nor beet sugar is necessary. In the
average American diet allthesugar needed may ordi
narily be supplied by using honey, sirups, fresh, pre
served and dried fruits.
What are the genera! sugar saving rules?
Use ail sugar sparingly and wherever possible use
other sweeteners. Be sparing of confections and
sweet cakes. The American people last year spent
enough money for candy to feed all Belgium for two
years. Supplement sugar with honey and sirups.
Cultivate a taste for fruit in its natural sweetness.
Sugar is a fuel food.
other starchy foods rather than from sugar.
J
Get fuel from potatoes and
Sugar
excels them as an energy-food only because it pro
duces energy more quickly. They excel sugar since
they supply more thau merely the fuel need.
i
I
{Tussm MDElm l
under Cla**if»eW Hendinu lUc line |
intertjon und Sc second l»me. I
i
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fir.t
Money to loan on Improved farms at
7V4 per cent on the best of terms.
We have also plenty of cheap money
for town loans.
Lincoln County Abstract Co.. Ltd.
A. I. McMahon. Manager.
Lincoln Loan & Title Co. will loan
you money on farm or city property,
write your fire Insurance, and make
you a correct abstract of title. Give
an opportunity to serve you. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
ii •
BOYS WANTED.—We need the ser
vices of a number of Grammar School
boys for permanent part-time work.
The boys we select will be well paid
and given an opportunity to earn, learn
and advance. Apply to
E. W. SINCLAIR, Sinclair's Phar
macy,
Rail Street, Shoshone, Idaho.
RUG FOR SALE
A new Axminster rug 9x12 for sale
cheap. Mrs. Pinney.
wanted!
If you have any hay and pasture
to sell se or write me at Shoshone.
Percy Goslett.
For Sale
Ford Touring car, 1917 model,
new tires, fine shape. Address Jour
nal office.
Typewriters for Sale or Rent
Typewriters, both new and rebuilt
for sale.
C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.,
338 So. Main St., Salt Lake City,
Utah.
Typewriters for rent. L.
GEO. E. STINGER,
With Evans Orchestra
QUALITY CORNETIST
PIANO TUNING, VOICING
ACTION REGULATION
P. O. Box 173.
Phone 186.
GOODING. IDAHO.
PIANO FOR SALE.
New Steinway piano, mahogany
case. Purchased since the first of Jan
uary. Cost $685. Rare bargain at
$475, if sold before Octobr. K. G.
Phelphs, Richfield, Idaho.
I have a few extra good thorough
Prices right. W. R. Ritter, 9 miles
northeast of Shoshone. S13-4
12
LINCOLN RAMS FOR SALE
I have 16 yearling rams and 75 Feb
ruary ram Iambs for sale. All pure
bred Lincoln. David W. Kassens, Wen
dell Idaho.
sl3-3t
FOR RENT-One sleeping room, bath
in connection. Mrs. Victor Johnson
Wanted—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. Victor Johnson
Furnished room for rent. Suitable
for sitting room and bed room. Mrs.
E. M. Williams.
FOR SALE — A Chevrolet
first class condition, for sale cheap—A.
I. McMahon
car in
STRAYED OF STOLEN.
Ten head of young cattle branded S
(described as capital S lazy S) on right
ribs;
small swallowfork on point of
each ear; all red, with horns. Will
pay liberal
leading to
Daniils, Fairfield, Idaho.
S20-2t
reward for information
recovery. Notify J. E.
OEALER IN
Furniture, Carpets
Rugs
Linoleum, Etc.
Picture Frames Made
to Order
Licensed Undertaker
CLEAN UP!
MODEL CLEANING WORKS
Cleaning and Presing neatly done on
Ladies and Gents clothing.
WORK CALLED FOR AND
DELIVERED.
MODEL CLEANING WORKS.
1st door east of McFall Hotel.
CLEAN UP!
-JL
For Sale.
agon l«.x, t\\*(
14-foot
aiitl aa oilcloth co
sl,ee,.
CtlUVftS
vvr. Wry roomy; new
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ill for $110.
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s Idaho.

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