li to Business what Steam ia to
Machinery, that great propelling
r jv,-; r. Thi j paper gives results.
V-v- thee rolnrani fv roeults.
An r.dvcrti.-eiiient in thin pr.ptr
wi'.l rvach i i;oad elnsH of jeop!.
C. HILL; 8$, Eter end Proprietor.
'Excelsior" Is Our Motto.
Siibbcnnlscn Price $LCO Per Yer.
VOL. XXIV. New S?ri8$Ycl. 11.--5-18
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1908.
UaliealSLy K':!ncys Malic Iirpure Blood.
A!! the Ibori In your body passes through
y;ur kid:.c-vo once every three minutes.
T'r. Li,!... .
(.-J,; 1 u-a r..u.ioa las your
vv'j tor cut the waste cr
cf order, they fail to do
7 I -. "V
Pains, aches and rheu
tns.t!s;n come from ex
cess cf u. ic acid in the
lloo i, due to neglecte-l
Kiiney t: jutle czuzes quick or unsteady
hszri beats, and ir.rJtr.s enc feel as though
they had her.-. trouble, bocau&e the heart i;
cvor-wor.-;:nj hi pumping thick, kidney
poisoned biooi tar-j'igh veins and arteries.'
It ''.--d to be cr--5idered that only urinarv
rouble? v-:r to be traced to the kidneys,
i.:ui hj' r..v,j-i;i Ecicncs moves tu't rearlv '
;t cor.r.:tu.ior.a; ureases nave their b
in:- : i kiuney tro;
n y. t u.r. you can rr.axe no mistak
by iiiii doctoring ycur kiUr.eys. The mila
. J the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's
v. uni-rfui cu;-os of the most distfesting cases
f..-cl 1.; s?;a on us rnenii
ty ail di'ucg:s'..i in wiry
cent and cr.2-dol!?.r 'Su
ez. You may hive a
samp! bottio by mall
Ilmra of B.vamivRoot
pliiei telling you how to fine'
cut if you ha.', e kidney or tl
Mention 'his cacer when writing Dr. Ki'met
& Co . Binghaniton, n. y. j
Don't mako ar.v mistake, but re- i
nH;nilcr the name, Swamn Root, Dr.
Kilmer'.- P.vanip ?oofcanl tho aJJics?
Uii'.ii. iintnn, N. Y.. on every bottle.
Q P. SMITH, 11 D.
Physician and Stjkgeon,
Scotland Neck, IT. C.
Office in the Now Bank Building.
)R. J. f. W:?1DRLY,
Physician and Sukgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
Office on Depot Street.
D. ft. C LSVLriON,
ggfSH OXSee up stairs in White
U i 1 . r. i , 1 T!nil,l 5 n tr
Hkfr voting Optician,
Watcli Maker, Jeweler, En
graver, Scotland Neck, N
u i-TTOTtNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
210-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Public. Bell Phone 700
Attorney and Counselor at
Halifax, N. C
Money Loaned on Farm Landti
iLL II. JOSEY, '
General Insurance A gent,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
Full and Complete Line.
of fins and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearse Service any Time
N. B. Josey Company,
Scotland ITeck. North Carolina
Reeky fountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Mefliwiia for Easy People.
EHsea Golden Eealth end Esnewed Vigc?.
A specific for CoTs.jtipntba, Inflige'rtioD, TJa
end KiilDy Troublej". i'irnr.lop. Efenn, Impure
liUfi, Bad Bre&th. Plu?i9iKii BowoK Hea4aohe
fni.t IUckK-;?i... It's Eoeky J'oiuitnin Tc in tab
1ft. fc:m, vuts a box. Crnulun mails by
SOLOES KUGGcTS FOR SALLOW PTOPI P
mm$ BYSPEPSia tablets
ReHava Indirection and Stomach 1 roubles.
K-ffcJ-l'Mn-!" -Icjrurtanl growth. I
t-'JiZ-p -.iiA fvrr F1lfl to Heaters OJ-sy
it--'f"&i itl.r to '- Vfutiiful Color. I
ELv -iO CiS4 sn:o d.-ruti u l.a'.r iuUio'. f
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
Only recently we read a letter
; ., ....,.. half century ago between members of
I the democratic and Whig parties in
j this State. He said that feeling ran high, even to' great bitter-
j ness, but that after the election it was soon forgotten and all
I were friends and ready to work in harmony again. It is still
i somewhat so, but perhaps the old-time virtue of forgetting and
i forgiving is not so well cultivated as in those good old times
"before the war.
I hlST DOWer of the Dassinfif Years!
j No doubt most men would like
this is utterly impossible.
I!i8 Money Lenders.
financially independent. Exactly the opposite is true of others.
j But the heroic man is he who beats back opposition, masters
unfavorable circumstances and with a willpower that is un-
nuicuinfir nronoses to be indenenueut ana maices eooa nis dtod
osition. The following taken
run or ricu suggestion: " me price or. corn nas auvancea nve
cents a bushel during the past week. Indications are that it
,vl" uc tino duuuuci nxcin
farmers who have a surplus to
are corn buyers. Two weeks
i are corn buyers.
j farmers who usually have corn to sell arc money lenders, or if
not, have good ratings at the banks and other business houses.
What a great change would come over our Southland if our
farmers would raise plenty of hay, corn and oats? This would
mean more hogs, more and better cattle, more fertile fields, and
Last week we wrote for this
being truthful. We have been
: inseparable. A person may bo diligent in business to a degree
j that is beautiful and commendable; a person may even be kind
! and thoughtful for the comfort of others, and yet be dishonest.
! But the person who is always truthful is always honest, and
the person who is always honest, is likewise truthful. And
j honesty does not consist only in paying one's just debts, when
j he can aad one who will , not do this is not strictly honest;
! honesty does uot consist in refraining to take the money of
another uniustly when one could
! honesty consists in doinc: absolutely the right thing; by other
people under any and all circumstances. Have I treated every
human being fairly? is the test question. Whoever cannot
answer that question in the affirmative has not at all times been
altogether honest. Of course any unfairness to another which
one does not intend is not to be reckoned dishonesty if he make
amends when he can. An expression of words concerning an
other intended to produce a false or unfair impression can be
classed as dishonesty. Many a laborer deals dishonestly with
his employer in a way that the dishonesty can not be detected.
When one is paid a wage or salary for certain service and
wilfully neglects to render service commensurate with the
compensation, or the-best he can under the circumstances, he
does not measure up to the full test of old-fashioned honesty.
One of the surest methods of being honest with others is to be
honest with ourselves. "To thine own self be true, and it must
follow as the night the day, thou cans't not then be false to
No class of laborers in the country has so much to do with
the feeding and clothing of the people as the farmers. What
f ever tends to eucourage more efficient
ei iBierest to Farmers. farm work ghould ba of gpeciai interest
to farmers and to all the people of the State as well. The fol
lowing interesting item is taken from Washington corres
pondence to the News and Observer: "Representative Godwin
has succeeded in getting the Department of Agriculture to ex
tend the Farmers Co-operative Demonstration work to the
j people of his district. Already
by the state agent, Mr. C. R. Hudson, in the vicmityof b ay
etteville and Lillington. Mr. Godwin is very enthusiatic over
the experiment, and feels confident that it will do more good to
the farmers of his district than anything the Department has
ever undertaken there. The object of the work is primarily to
increase the net earnings of the average farmer as the result of
the improvement of the soil, by the use of the best seedand by
the addition of better and more economic methods upon the
farm. This can bo accomplished by demonstrations on farms
of about five acres, these object lessons can be enforced by the
farmers in every neighborhood, under instruction from the
general v office, and supervised by a fiield agent, who. makes
these demonstrations monthly. The agents are to be appointed
by the Agricultural Department
op on an acre under the best
every neighborhood with tho
slid that the effect is immediate and the result astonishing.
The first co-operative farm was established in Texas in 1903 by
the Agricultural Department.
Porter who agreed to follow
ment. The work was a succes.
the Farmers Co-operation Demonstration W ork has increased
in fivo years from one locality to ten States, from one field
agent to 141, from one farm to
sibly one half million havo been aided through observation.
Aside from the demonstration, the educational feature of the
work consists greatly in reducing the science of agriculture to
a few practical problems, easily understood by the average
farmer. A sample fellows: 1. Better drainage of the soil.
2. A deeper and better sed bed. 3. - More humus. 4. The
best seed. 5. Thorough tillage. C. More horse power and
better tools. 7. More and better farm stock."
Kings Little Liver Pills for bilious-
ness and sick' headache. They clean
the system and clear the skin. Price
25c.. Try them. Sold by E. T. White -
by Elder P. D. Gold in which he
How fortunate for all the world is the heal-
to be independent
Circumstances from child
hedge some people about all
life that they can never become
from the Rich Square Times is
This is good on
sell, but the pity of it is many
asro we alluded to the fact that
column some observations about
as profoundly impressed about
as we have been about truth.
the two virtues are entirely
do it without detection. But
the work has been undertaken
at Washington. Ihus, tne
management is contrasted m
crop of the average farmer. It is
It was on the farm of W. U.
the instructions or the Depart-
rom tnis smau Degmnmg
2,000 directly instructed. Pos
j ;. ManZan Tile Kennedy, price 50c., is
; guaranteed. Put up ready to use.
One application prompt relief to any
' form of Piles. Sooths and heals
Many Wonderful Tb!ogs-Ey Elactriclty.
(Electric News Service.)
The street railways of Chicago, it
is said, have made arrangements to
run special funeral cars to the city
cemeteries. Each car will seat forty
people and contains a special com
partment for the casket. The cost
of hiring such a car is only about
$20.00 while the regular carriage
hire for such an oecasion is about
$7.00 for each carriage used.
In Preston, England, the power
generated by the city's waste is suf
ficient to operate the electric rail
ways. Thi3 is a suggestion for the
wasteful cities of this country.
The bij? Saltese tunnel in Western
Montana is being bored by electric
power generated by nearby streams.
The trains to be run through this
tunnel when it te finished will be
hauled by electric engines. The
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
road has secured ether water rights
which, it is estimated, will generate
nearly 200,000 horse power. !
For the production of local and j
intense heat directly "where it is
wanted electricity i3 in a class by it
self. For facility and flexibility cf
control a3 to the degree of heat it
has no rival.
The electric lisht in the dark
clothes closet which lights when the
door is opened is one of the most
useful adjuncts to the home.
Blueprints in large draughting
departments are now made by ma
chine. The prints are made with
merc-ury arc lights and the dravin&
is turned with electric motors to in
sure an even print. The prints are
dried after the fixing bath with an
Buenos Ares is to have an under
A company of Hamburg.Germany,
business men has been formed to
erect a tidal power plant at the
mouth of the river Elbe near Cix
Haven. The ebb and flow of the tide
will be utilized to develop electrical
energy 14,000 h. p. A recent test
i3 said to have demonstrated the
practicability of the plan.
A $509 n minute, day or night.
penalty has been .agreed upon be
tween the Now York Edison Com
pany and the city of New York for
failure to supply power for the
pumps of the new hipfn pressure wa
ter main system. This agreement is
backed solely by the reliability and
perfection of the new General Elec
tric switchboards with this company
Electric fans are now being made
very small for desk and table use.
The large fans produce too much
breeze for this service.
If all the telephones made last
year were one telephone the monster
instrument would be 300 miles hiffh
and would weigh 4000 tons.
A wireless telegraph station is be
ing installed in the Eiftel tower by
the French government. It i3 hop
ed to send messages to New York.
The Cia Centraes railway of Bahia,
Brazil, has placed an order with the
General Electric Company of New
York for considerable new railway
equipment. The order includes a
number of motors, controllers and
air brake systems.
Tokio, Japan, has 90 miles of e'ec
tric street railways. The track is
narrow gauge but the cars are broad.
The projects for electric railways in
that country since the late war ag
gregate an estimated expenditure of
An ingenious inventor has patent
ed an electric foot warmer which i3
in the shape of a pair of light felt
over-shoes. An electric battery sup
plies the source of current and in
sulated wires are the heating ele
ment. When the "boots" are pull
ed on a touch of a tutton start3 the
current and the foot is soon com
fortable in a genial warmth.
The Danish government is very
much interested in the development
of electric power from wind. An ap
propriation has been made for exper
iments. Thirty wind-power, electri
cal plants are now in operation
The Jefferson hospital of Philadel
phia has just purchased an electric
ambulance. The machine is of the
most approved type.
$100.00 paid by Dr. Jshoop for any
recent case of Grippe or acute Cold
that a 23 cent box of . Prevent ics will
not break. How is this for an offer?
The Doctor's supreme confidence in
these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets
Preventios is certainly complete; It's
a $100 against 25 cents pretty big
odds. And Preventics, remember,
contain no quinine, no laxative, noth
ing harsh nor sickening. Pneumonia
would never appear if early colds were
always broken. Sale ana sure tor le
vcrish children. -4S Preventics 2-5c.
A. C. Petebsos
Sis'js cf Spring.
When your shoes begin to pinch.
When your toes begin to burn,
When your underclothing sticks,
And you yearn and yearn and yearr;
For the right to travel far
From the job to which you clin.:r,
There can be no further doubt
You may know that it is spring.
When at night you find the house
Littered up with strips and shred.-;
When you find the fashion books
And the patterns cn the beds;
When your wife complains that life
Is a dreary, dismal thing,
Just because her waist won't fit.
You may know that it is spring.
When the cab horse trotting by
Splashes mud across your nose;
Wiien your hat rolls through the
While the west wind wildly blow?;
When your neighbor's toothless boy
Beraks your window with hi.-; sling
And the cellar's flooded, you
May be sure that it is spring.
FatUer Courted Ills Own Daea&ar.
From the town cf Anpenzc-H in
Switzerland comes a curious story of
a father who courted his own daugh
ter. In 1887 a kindly butcher cf
Lucerne adopted a little girl in'-med
Anna, whose mother had died just
after being deserted by her husbai-d.
She was a baby of six months at tht
time. He gave her his own n:mo.
and she receiv&l a good education.
mi i ? - -t l ,
ine uutcner prospered, ana so:.iC io
months ago bought a large hotel r.t
Appenzell. Anna, now n haris.'.Tne !
intelligent girl, managed tlu
mmt fnr 1,1m Tn?f. Mnv .Tr.e..-.r:b VU
ler who bad made.a large fortune ic
America, arrived at the hoi el. A
young local doctor of goed faiaily
and the elderly Joseph Miller b?c"--e
suiters for Anna's hand, and Juiv
lastthe girl chose the later.
The marriage was fixed for the ?d
ot December, but tne cay before the
wedding Miller, seeing hi? fia:;-:e
wearing some jewelery which recm
ed familiar to him, questioned her
a')out it. Next day he left for Ber -
lin, and sent a letter explaining that
beyond doubt she was his own child
deserted so many years asro, and ad-
vising her to marry the young doc -
cor. ne encioseu a cnecx ior i- ,w j
in the letter. Thi3 week the fcirl
was married to the doctor, but she
has not heard of her father since nis
Heavy, impure blood makes a mud -
a, pm pi K-wninvxiy m-.i u.t...
i .. . : i t I.,. . I.. ..i. ...
nausea, indigestion, lhm blood ir.uUes
you weak, pale, sickly, llurdoek R!o."il
Witters makes the biood rich, red, pure
restores perfect health.
It is ignorance that vastcs, it isj sold 1 .cr by K. T. b'tfli. ji-.S t Co.
knowledge that saves; it is wisdom j - -
that give3 precedence. If sleep is j Simple as it seems, it was a great
th2 brother of death, ignorance is j discovery that the key of knowledge
full brother to both sleep and death, j can turn both ways; that it can un
An untaught faculty is at once quies- j lock as well as open the door of pew
cent and dead. Dr. Newell Dwight ! er to the many. Jame3 Russell Low-
Tags from the
Other useful presents
Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tags
Fountain Pen 100 Tags
English Steel Razor 50 Tags
. Gentleman's Watch 2G0 Tags
French Briar Pipe 50 Tags
Leather Pccketbcck 80 Tags
v. Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which
to redeem tags. If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home, write
us for catalog.
f f PREtMUM Dp&&jmmY
V , THE AMERICAN TO SAC CO CO.jersey City, 11. ?.
4 ri'pmrs i sjfv
il Sikes Feu? D;s!i;icl Changs
Cflcr Every Yaer.
(Lo A-,kc!'?3 Times.)
In Monterey county, Cal., at Sea
side, there is a lake which chirts
its color foar ilwz each year, .r
parently there is no outlet for the
:nkc, although it is never stagnrnt.
it is full of wattrfoul chd fish, and
when its color is noimal it h sweet
to lb-.? taste.
The color changes are very pro
nounced and are in four distini
s'-.ad:s yellow, green, red and dark
gray that las the tppea ranee of
black at times. After each change
the water regains its normal clear
appearance. The color is in the wa
ter and is not tho result cf reflection
from the sky. This has been proved
beyond doubt by the fact that the
eol.jr remains tho same for days at a
time regardless of the condition at
The four colors mentioned are the
ones always seen.snd they always oc
cur in the ordr named; (he disturb
ance, if such it may be called, cover
ing a period of from six weeks to two
months in July and August of each
year. Old residents of Sc-atide ar.
.:crt that the phc-iiumenon is a regu
lar annual event and that it i always
i. iiowed by the death cf a large
::":mber of fish hi the lake.
Ko explanation cf the peeu'-ia1
condition h".s ever been attempted !
'V .scientist':-, although .soveral sck-n-;
i;::c men oi note have SuUuicj
very '..;,ef ulsy. Ti:? prevaili.ij;
4. i ...: r.ion r.:Kon-1 he i-i!b5:-ants of th
Jsbc'iom urr.-..!.:rdt;i;f !r
i t:;o iake y
, : . . t t
tivxi nn Ci:r.'.f.re-? arc tiuu i. nur,ccr-!
Ufan distur-nce;-, winch produce -
-m--cal changes in the water of the
J T'n;-S idoaissupnd tohavegrcv. n
cat of tho belief tUt the lake U tot -
f 2 7
j v v."-.v--i'-1 ly ,
a-. l thous-uids q2 ton of -ravel and
stcne were diimped into tiie lake b - s -
1 a foundation coyldbe cd -
j lfir:fJ- .Th;G kcI V the I!flicf !h':A
j e 13 i-oeitns. i u,-. -
'no' 55Vrc taaa tnree-quarters oi' a
lJ:' i.g ny -3 man nan a n.i.o
. J'' 7 .W,I'.'K UiM:n.'u, ' " ' "'"n
(h.ie W,,.n vo f,.,.j 1l.1t your ,xun. -
vAi is not io tfood older, that Ibe fiK.d
vtiu have -eatcii is not ici ii .i 'c.-io
! u.ke a i-d, naturai di'Sitit that wi'l
- i .
tilt- WOl'K U',1 Ul-HIVG Jll.rcs
Tlie hvt rei-c.lv known t.dv
; f,,. a;i h!oii:i -h tr;:-;'
Lit h !
: w ou-t,-:!!!;.-;':! to "iv-1 tii-wi'i.il )i-!:--i'. If,
jioa natural. .i.r-Mant; it oests what
von cat, it is likutuit t tat", r.i.d i i
from a 10-cent p?ec-r will count FULL
from a 5-cent pices vnll count HALF
Savo ysur fags fcni
Coupons from P!CHSC
abovo brands are good for the
as shown by catalog :
Steel Carving Set 200 Tags
Best Shears 75 Tags
Lady's Pockctbook 50 Tag3
Pocket Krife 40 Tags -Flaying
Cards 30 Tags
GO-yd. FishHrj Reel 60 Tags
liCtV TG CURE RHEUMATISM.
It Is aa Internal Disease And Re
quires An Internal Remedy.
Thj cu of Rhct!in:.:i!it uml kindred di-woiura
is r.:i cx-.-ps of in ie r.-.-iil in the blood. To cure thin
U rrib'.o t"i-jc.i ' tv j cvi.l tmixt be sxpcllixl an 1 th
; :-'."rn u rej7ii!ld it.al nu more ai-id will Iwfi-rm-i-d
i:i "". i iviMi'ianiuties. Ki-eummtitm 1.1 nn in
t !i ii ;! - a.o ami rcKjuirvs nn internal remedy,
i.l T.riNl! with Oil.-, and I.iainionU W1I.I. NOT
OiT.IK, iiTj.i'.-i.n!y t- ronnrary rilit fat brut, cau.en
you to il lay ti.o irr-,er ti-v-irm.-nt, and allows th
m-i'-i-iy i j tret a firmer hold on you. Lir.i.-nvnta
!.iv wjrc th.- i-ii-p, t.-il ih y will no more cur
i:e.i!i?-ui-"T tli:i'i int will change th f.me ot
'.- wo I.
;!v i n ;c itut at K( d. Hoovered a prfot aivl
.ori l. -.. o irc, which l.i ca'.t-l "RH EUMAf'TPE.'
Tolled in hi'iul'-i.jK of eae-i, it has offe.-titl th
R-.ost marveU-u cure.-; wo. believe it will cure you.
i'.HP.l.M ACiDF. "ii-U at th.- j-jint from tbo in-si-lo."
r vir: the- j.oi.ons out of tlie Byntent. tonea
up '-he :.'.o:.-a.:h. r;:j!a'ei the liver tir.d Hilnvj-a
ur.il mci. you wull all over. KHKUMACiOK
": tri'-.o.- root rf tl.o diM-r.so and removi 3 ita
euwx-H." Tl-.i" i)!i-r.-lii! rnnley ia sold by drujr-
it t r-.r.d d.-aK iencially Kt TjOo. and $1 a bottla.
in tabitt i-jv.i 2"c. v.r.d Itic. Get a bottle twiay;
li.iy: arc U ir.i ivjM. Fir pale by E. T. hlt-h'-wi
We should treat our detractors and
calumniator as Mirabcau did. When
Epeikir.g at Marseilles he was called
"ca'inT.iitor, liar, assassin, sr-oun-drel."
lie said: "I wait, gentlemen,
until those amcnilios art-exhaustad.'
lor : iiii!.l, easy :u-tlVn of the low
' !.-;, .-; m;-.;-.- ik-i- tf 1 .aur UeguMs in
f(:.:-'). Trr;itiii'"lit CUH'S li:ibittial
i-l-.ts .1 lox. Ark
mii,' (hr.-'i.-t for t!u-u.
P.Irny feasts are opened with crrk
rerews. t c !. s t i.i' :-pr'm w ind.- to ( bap,
i ' i;- like a ponkiee) for nits.
,n" , ;il!iS- "1H. imiwis an.i
)ilus i.i.-l hi-aU. S.il'l by
!:. T. Whiti l-f.-.d Sr "o.
There L a great ditferencc between
spec j'aticu and investment.
: v.v.'ii-'j (r 1,7.1 ;.;,-d Witcii H.-izel
: Ki i-.-:- is bi-.-t lor cut, burin, brtimr-t
:.::,! -Tai v. I is ( ).'.-ially pood for
. i-i!-. ! ' by I-:. T. WhitHu-ad A Co.
A , that is j oung in years may
1 be ,!d in hours if he ha, lost no time.
: f'lr.t - i' i-!.!i -r in .; .ism Iv. Ciin-4 liili-n.
' -,.-,;'.,, il.t-uu., (.-tier, itch, hives,
! hfipe---, M'i,i.i,-s D,.ta's Ointment. At
A pound of care wiii not pay one
j ,runcc t,r Wjt.
...o..,! i ne ..etno.y o, . na; y
. ;, il.-.', .':! U in a i'olI:ipsi!I tubi: with
i w "!n . 1 1 .... 1 1 .;1 ( 1-i a .1 .il.-- ii i.l tit .vi.a
jit. iiTei it . Si-flies and heals, red iicch
i;i:;.wiiitiatiti i-in. n-it-'s foreiie.-
' t ,
i r all f-m-is of Piles, Price
(oian-nuel. tkM by P.. T.
j y;,:. ,,j . (1(
A man can be a hero in France
, ui o bl-r-V
1 " "
L- 'i ' .. '' '. i " ...
J raX(li:. v Sv.uo bus relieved
cm! ;!,.- ul.'.l ruld.i v, !.-ie all oilier reiac-di-.-i
'a ;!.-!. J t , 4m! I" laxative cl'' -tti
-! i-i-diy licoiiinst'iid it for chiMn-n.
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