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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1921, Postville, Iowa Postville Twenty ninth year a live newspaper in a live town Postville Iowa thursday september 29, 1921 number 47 Stville 25 years ago. Resting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of october 9, 1896. No ,6111 is now clerking at Luh Ujj. Sanders. Logs Are still bringing $2.50 per dred i the local Market. Ii loss of Elkader cd Zutl Wuh a Postville i. E for Congress Tor on sunday. A Stork loft o baby laughter it Home of or. Ami mrs. Louis i Cher on monday night Large number of friends helped n Schmidt celebrate bin birthday i Ersary on inst sunday. In orb Long Man a d Fritz Wilke e just completed painting nil i lit it lungs belonging to to inst Ruel Rhel. Wenty five Loon citizens went to a cupids on Thurm Luy to hear. J. Bryan the democratic cum i Tor president deliver an address. Lie free Silver club has Loo items sixty of which attended the elms on monday night while on in persons attended a meeting of me Kinley club held the same cd in memo Eiam. By w. C Mcneil Pasadena ome fifty years ago a sturdy lad in Auk d by w. C. Crown late silent of the n. Y. Central h. U., into our place of business in re a Man. The latter was the Way agent at Heulah the former from new York brought to a by the Good offices of let Cage munis. Tile dress the military to and Good face of the boy bused us to a degree that led us to recast of the Man. His was Henry Meyer who As a passed became our personal political Friend. The Calendar warning us we were hearing the ers Edge but Little did we think Erini ferryman would take Henry leave us. Hut he has passed Over our Faith can carry no message him. And though we listen we r Only the Waves that Pound up tills Roc bound Shore. Hut it cannot erase that companion where we walked and talked of its successes and failures Ami away in secret our follies Ami Akes. There can be no Harmony or music where the hear Slrine not Tensed to the Joys and is of life. Low human he was he made mles. F Jie Ltd espoused the of the Strong against the a and had not stood up for the t against the wrong we could write the world is amed of the Man without ene loved the atmosphere of work tier in Tho harness of a Fanner the leather chair of a banker Ere to touched elbows with his h men gave supremo enjoyment his social nature sparkled at Bankers annual meeting and the a picnics of the Chicago Colony ther can we forget his political Udupa in the old convention he was not waiting for Kab or office he took life at Short it and was aware that happiness a Little Flower that bloomed on in the Garden of Contentment All shall miss him for nature Ted him among the Plain peo the color of Tho ground was to him. He smack and Tang of common things he Good will of Tho rain that Falls be Friendly Welcome of the Way Side Well lie courage of the Bird that dares Tho sea and the gladness of the wind that shakes the it e prevention Day oct. 10 toilet loth has been designated prevention Day by Civ. N Udall which is the fiftieth an Ary of the great Chicago lire connection with the recent Laws which make it imperil in lessons of fire prevention be daily impressed upon the a of the children in Ihu City Founty schools state fire mar a. Tracy Baa issued a Hullo Elter to All county superintend of schools in which he gives turning a lures of the Appal loss of life Nuil property during data year. Tracy states that Tho fire loss la o United states is a matter of gravest concern having exp 1 $9,000,000. Three fourths lie fires were preventable and id never have happened to word o the fro marshal who also t0� that there weco 10fi deaths in a As th0 direct to Silt of lire and a in cases fatal of life gasoline of 1 oils were involved. Stato fire marshal has Preda in in 8i.j0t ,108ier containing i e prevention Dav prod Iima or pros Lilmont Harding and flow Kendall that will he used As it matter for Tiro prevention a o to taught in the county s. A took the chances alone Pearson thinks there Are not Stville folks who enjoy an Loas to United upwards of to Tilto a trip out North of 1th him n Fow Miles tuesday and would pics met them occupy the front seat with or. The rear part of Tho cur a ready filled with several Hun pounds of dynamite which Tho men were to use in blasting n it Bluff which nature had i go Hie parents year later where the was spent was Sidden cute Utlack on Charles Lyle. Son of or. And mis. Leonard 1 lemmings was Horn feb. 2, Elfiki at rattle a. Passed into that brighter and better life sept. 22. 11121, aged eight years seven months. was a Bov with a kind and lovable disposition spreading Sun line and cheer wherever he went Mil will he greatly missed in the Home and also by his schoolmates my teacher who came in a body to pay u last tribute and to bid a final Niewoll to their beloved playmate. Besides his heart broken parents he leaves to mourn his untimely departure one sister Lula Ami ills ged grandparents. Or. And mrs. Harles Lei timings of Waukon. And Host of friends for he was dearly loved by All who knew him. There will be a great vacancy in the i me. Hut heaven will he More attractive for the ones who Are left behind because of the transplanting f another Chau Tiff lower into the tenia gardens in that heavenly Home where All tears Are wiped i Way. Card of thanks. To wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to the friends and Nels Rahors who assisted us by their kind act a my messages of sympathy during the recent illness and death of our beloved son. Charles . Or. And mrs. A. Postville Iowa. Community Church notes. Morning worship at 10 0 o clock. Sunday school 11 a a. M. Christian Knib Avor at v p. In. Evening service at 7 ,0. Mid week service every wed lies Lay at 7 to p. of morning service what a Rbt Sianily can Llo for the world in the please note the change in time of the morning service and sunday school which wll be a half hour later. The october missionary meeting will be held this week Friday. Oct. To the m. I Church. Hostesses me Danies k Esau and Campbell. Or ignite in change o. Me Danies Miller Howdy and Welzel. Supper Coni Milter a a me Danies i Iller. Llagun Cobrink. A Ardick. Fay standi. I Fellows. John Dresser tattle . . Schmidt. Put obituary. All Wool and a Yard wide Nam Allen Berger. Knight Handy Dauben the to Postville bakery. Or. And mrs. 1. P. Ii in Man ook charge of the Postville bakery last saturday night and Are now open and ready for business they have retained the services of John Voon Stra As Baker which is Assurance of the output of the bakery being kept up to its past High Standard of excellence. Or. And mrs. Hinman need no introduction to Postville people As both Are Well known Here. They will keep a full line of fresh baked goods constantly us hand and conduct a Lar Stelasky bakery in every respect Selling their product at the lowest Price possible and will Endeavor in every Way to Merit your patronage with i Quality goods and fair and courteous treatment. Give them a trial. To. The monday club. Postville monday club will with Helen Nehrens october id observing the following program Roll Call stale nicknames and Flowers. Myrn Cray National daily National songs Beni Arleo it Render historic flags of our nation. , Sonnio seals Ami motto of i Mil those having no Means of transportation please meet at the Home of mrs. F. Ii. Welzel a i Sharp on afternoon of Case of rain meeting heal Rice Premier. To r meet two o clock meeting. In will be with it pays to advertise. Any Dol let me make Lotf up Ahl a to Pate pres5 of Uhli Proad cloth Vovsi a Ftp to a 6��at pm Al m8� comfortable How tit material you Are nov Kjear Tyg. The touch of a Wivo 310 volts of electricity a wet tooting a gasp or two and boy Haslup of this City met almost instant death in the basement the Siuw Hoim Kerg & Kroc son building this wednesday morning about eight o clock. He was working for Austad the contractor. The basement was so dark that yesterday Albert Austad and cd Honiberg went across the Street to t. M. Hal verson s shop and got an electric Cord Extension which Thev attached a socket and thus secured Light the front part of the basement. This morning boy Haslup attempted move the electric lamp on this Ord. Whet he touched that gave him the Shock is not a Clear. However 110 volts went thru him. He was standing on Damp ground which aggravates an electric Shock. Albert Austad heard him gasp and broke the wire. Then Haslup fell to the ground. Three doctors were summoned and gave him heart stimulants but it did no Good. It appears he died almost instantly. Hoy Wilcox Haslup was born in la make county dec. 5, 1s9 1. He was the son of sir. And mrs. Mos Haslup who survive. One sister Pearl and a brother Leo ill so survive. The deceased spent a year in the Irmy in the late War Ami Only yesterday was a member of the firing Quad that fired the Salute Over the grave of Raymond Dro Ghanime ills sudden death at the beginning of manhood is a tragedy that brings terrible sorrow to the family and excites n warm sympathy among our citizens who knew and respected this Young journal. To report of county nurse. A great Day of great Joy Postville s Dollar Day and pavement Celebration was it splendid Success in every Way. Saturday october 1, 1p1. Will years to come be recalled As one i lie Days in which Postville hit one of her High stats alone the in a of Progress and Prosperity. It was. Dollar Day and pavement Celebration and the lord a. Certainly in the occasion Blessing it of the bal Miest and most autumnal Days imagine miss Mcdonald weds. The Postville Public schools if you Don t believe it ask Postville merchant who had a Lar Day ail in . Week s Herald. All of them will Tell you they had a remarkably Good Day of Niere Hainks Fhi. Some report it the biggest Day they have had in years others the biggest Day s receipts in their business careers. We re glad of it it served you right. Ami now that you have proved it to yourself thai advertising paid last week Why not keep if in and make advertising Yon business every week 30 a. .10 to a. Bring lutheran a Torch notes. Sunday preaching service the ladies Aid will hold their an Moet Long for the election of Oill t Singer Hall october kith. A if i the ladles Aid will in Singer Hull the husbands Luul children of in others Are in lated. E. Schmidt auxiliary meeting Muil flyers october have a picnic upper to which favor of with one Beautiful Ible. The Day opened Brite and fare ill an Early Down town visitor might have inferred that Posu Mlo was Long on Street Coin Misi loners for in front of every business place Mil residence alone the Wei it twi blocks of paving there violent exercise being done by numerous citizens armed with brooms sweeping pavement if you please that the visitors of the Day might find us with a Dean and tidy Bouse and when it was done we somewhat resembled in neatness that famed place known As spotless town. About nine o clock the autos began rolling in from every direction packed to the limit with the Good looking and Good natured people that inhabit this northeastern part of old Iowa and they kept coming up until the noon hour and after. During the Forenoon they pounced in upon our merchants in droves and by dozens to take advantage of the Dollar Day Burgas ii and in every instance they got big value Tor their they knew it so they loaded their ears to the limit with Money saving Merhai Idelso. And for the first Lime in Nineteen Hundred and Twenty one years they were absolutely sure there was no danger of getting stuck in our streets with the Load there was $ is".,000 Worth of. Solid substantial two Colise Concrete paving Between them and i he dirt and All of them said in was the longest in proven ent Postville Ever made. When noon arrived Postville s streets were Black with parked autos for blocks and blocks and a crowd of several thousand were Here to enjoy the festivities of the afternoon the hand concert water Light tug of War. Foot races greased nig catching potato race wrestling match football game. Etc. And they certainly had a continuous performance of real fun. And Best of All they heartily enjoyed in. Hut he Best of the wine came at the last of the Feus a the pavement Lanco. The pavement to the South of the cd linens Satto Hank had been parlor finished for this event and was then liberality powdered with Corn meal which gave sort of a bal bearing effect Between your shoo and the Content when you danced. The Posl Volle Castalia Clern Ioil All Dar Conwei / band furnished Tho music and youth homily and age vied each with the other to seeing who could dance the most. Yea verily Friend Fleo go those danced who never danced before and everybody had a Happy time tint i eleven p. In., when the lights went out and festivities had to suspend. To a Nievo no happier or better satisfied crowd Ever Wool Home from Postville they and bought bountifully of Tho bargains and went Horn tilled Ullh fun and fond remembrances of a Happy Holiday. It in st. Raphael s Cathedral this wednesday i morning at s o clock the nuptial vows were taken by miss Marc Lillian Mcdonald a daughter of or. And mrs. .1. F. Mcdonald. A a i Arlington Street and Joseph Molsen  Berg a son Peter Meisenberg. L Chc Lieut Street before Moi Signor t. .1. Brady pastor and a Large congregation of friends. Miss Loleni or and Francis Mcdonald sister and brother of mrs. Meisenberg. Were die couple s at Lem lants. The Bride s gown was made of White Satin trimmed with Manv i beads an 1 her veil was need in Cap fashion held in place with a Wreath of to i ills. In a. Siim ver Bonnet were carnations. Airs. Mel Senberg s sister s frock was made of White Satin with an Over dress of White net a the which she wore a hat of White Sal in. Little Abri Tine Mcneil a. Olivver girl and she was gowned in White Organ die. In her she carried a Large Boquet of Flowers. Forty relatives were invited to Tho wedding breakfast at he Mcdonald . During the afternoon the Pew in weds left for Mason City to spend their honeymoon. They vill reside in this Ity after october 1. The Bri legroom is an employee at the Milwaukee freight Telegraph Herald. The vide was a former Somville girl and with Many friends in Tho old Home town we join in wishing her and iter s a Long and pleasant journey on the matrimonial sea. Schultz wms citing nuptials a dropped out of having enlisted girls sold Candy saturday at the at seven o clock tuesday morning october i 1 "1, at the lutheran parsonage in this Clov occurred the marriage of miss pert a Schultz of this fit and or. Joseph a Wirsch ing of Castalia the Rev. . Schmidt performing the ceremony. Velum and Lawrence Schultz sister and brother of the Bride were the wit Nesses. Following Happy couple left land passenger for to Cedar la plus. The Bride is a nil mrs. August it Iconie ital whose Friend i he dec Romov t lie on the pol Pill honeymoon trip d tug Tor of me. Schultz a Mist estimable Young lady Are limited Only by the Circle of her . For some Lime past she has been the efficient bookkeeper at the elevator of Hull Roberts son. The Groom is Malinger of the Luiu Ber Yard at . A thorough business innit and gentleman. Or and mrs. War schling will be at Homo , Iowa. No Ler november first. The Tern old joins their Many friends in extending its kind Liest wishes. Pastor. The woman s auxiliary at legion Hall tuesday october 11 his to kit Good Awuou Davico is will moot evening o clock. A desired. American legion notice. Tho Brandt regular meeting of Arthur 1 Pott american legion we a  it it Bluff which nature Niibu a in leg Lou Hall Wedreu via right whore Thoy desired to he hold at urn Mem us put a Loo pee of Highway. Day oot. Len. Parmer pay. Leo. Ii. Fay the m. I Ember ask mini it Farmer and miss Mabel wore United in in Ditingo it 19. Parsonage. Monona sop-21st, 11121, Tho lev. ,1. H speaking the words that knit Rico to life. Thev were accompanied by or. And mrs. Toe Halo Ltd or. Fun Reijier is one of the hustling voting Farmers of our Vicinity. Miss Fay is the daughter of or. A nil mrs. Chris. Fay the granddaughter of mrs. H. Snell and Tho Niece of the a Monib physician and surgeon or. Fay at Tho head of the Iowa Medio dint Hospital Dos Moines. After u Short visit with relatives in Tho Eastern part of a state Tho now Cou pie will Start on to farm Southwest of Monona Leader. Wilkie says Yvo poorest tame of Kaki poor Lougin Fred Dietschi has the fight h Grade in the Navy. The freshman and Popcorn last football game. Sup. Miller attended the Normal training convention in Cedar Falls on monday and tuesday. Tho county teachers Institute will be held at Waukon today and to tomorrow. On that account there will be no school on these Day Postville 26 Calmar 0. Football is a somewhat new sport for Postville but judging from the Good attendance at the Dollar Day game and the evident appreciation of ii As the game progressed we Piile considerable interest will tie awakened in the sport As the season progresses and the people become be painted with it. The Postville Hoys certainly showed up Strong on this occasion and took the Calmar boys into Camp to the tune of 2c, to 0. The game was marked by clean playing on the part of both teams great improvement in our line was noticeable on both defense and offence. After tie first few plays in the first Quarter Calmar found our line impregnable. Every Man on the line played his position As be Sho d the visitors found end runs out of the question As both Boehm and Schroeder would throw them for a loss time and again when attempted. Captain Harris ran team like an old Veteran. Forward passes from Harris to Boehm were perfect Tho Only mishap of the game was when r. Harris right half received n slight injury to the last Quarter and was replaced by Dannenbrink who showed up Well in both end runs and line smashes. After the game the football Hoys and coach were entertained by the Koevenig tiros to the Best in the House in Honor of their Victory. The next game will he with Cal mar at Calmar oct. 7t.li. Commercial club meeting. At the regular monthly meeting of the Postville commercial club on last evening it was decided to hold meetings during the coming year at legion Hall. The ii Neinl reports of the Secre Lory and treasurer were presented and accepted. The report of the latter showed the club solvent by nearly ninety dollars. The election of officers resulted As follows president Olbort sunders. Vice president i. F. Golleher Secretary pert k. Tuttle. Treasurer a. O. Mericher. The chairmen of the various com in i Moos Are is i Popows l. Gregg. Industries a. A. Schmidt i Uriel co operation and member Shin re m. Lass. Civic. Improvement a. Ii. Bur Ling. Housing a. To. Dannenbrink. ii. Moth publicity to. R. Till tie. The Hall will soon be set in to Hon for the annual Farmers Iii Rel Lute which is Ono of Tho big events of the year. A it was a great meeting. To company with the three tvs Dud oust Pletsch and his Dodge Auto editor win Khz Lythell journeyed to my Tregor on Friday Hist and spent a Day with the null pushers who comprise the Northeast Iowa press association at their regular full session and Par took of the feast or Good things or Elded for Tho occasion by Tony Huebsch of the North town times and the Ell Zens of the pocket City and if there was nov thing left in Lono by either. Make it a helpful and in nov occasion for the printers we failed to notice the omission. Our Only regret is that to Woro unable to remain Over Tor Tho saturday sightseeing tour through the pc enc head Ilion so lavishly bestowed upon this Section of lows and which will some Day to a part of a great National playground. Decorah boy electrocuted. Neighbourhood news. Chips of news gathered from the woodpile of our neighbors in this and other counties. Following is the report of miss Henrietta a. No noted county school nurse for the month of september no. Schools in county--------1 schools visited 32 pupils enrolled-------------50.1 pupils inspected Elfi pupils with defects pupils excluded 3 no. Home visits til no. Health talks to pupils 30 sanitary inspection of build lugs and premises---------f0 no. Weighed________________40fi no. Normal weight----------4l i no. 20 per cent overweight---2. \ o. 7 per cent or More under is weight pupils with defects. Teeth tonsils byes vision hearing nasal breathing speech olands skin pones vaccinated malnutrition anaemia ___________________11 nerves so communicable diseases. Diphtheria Scarlet fever skin to a -_ss7 9 21 0 is 27 8 son methods in which payments May be made for Postville paving. First the whole amount May be paid in Cash at the time of making the assessment and Stop All interest. Second one seventh May be paid it the time of making the assess ment and a waiver signed and Fth other six sevenths paid yearly there after at the time of paying tie March tuxes. The whole unpaid i mount drawing interest at the rate of i per cent per annul. When this method is chosen the remaining a t due May be paid ill full at any time and the interest stopped. Third the waiver May be left without signing when the whole amount will be due with interest from the Date of assessment and payable with the next. March payment of taxes. All persons wishing to take and Uit Ige of the second method above Given should Call ill Tho City clerk office at once and sign the necessary waiver. October 1th 1ft 21. Co. W. Fay mayor to. Red Cross notice. The Rod. Cross Headquarters has made an Appeal to local chapters throughout the country for clothing for babies and children of the War stricken sections of Europe where there is great suffering and need tie Postville chapter has been asked to assist and the following Coin mittens have Boon chosen to help in currying out the work sewing mrs. To. Miller mrs. .1. To. Leu miss Caroline . Cutting me Danies l. A. Hollows James Gregg and b. F. Loll Mim. Fucking me Danies a p. Turno and Wilhort Sanders. Local red Cross Headquarters will to established in the directors room of Tho citizens state Bank and will be open Ivory Friday afternoon Ami and All arc asked to come and take Homo some sewing to do. People Are a Skoal to bring any old clothing they have to spare that May be Uitile Over into serviceable garments. To Turner s donation october-8. All Young men under the age of 21 years will henceforth be prohibited from it tending Public dances in Lake Mills Iowa As will also Young ladles under the age of 18 years. In mrs. Henry i Tenkin s Yard is an Apple tree bearing a number of blossoms its second crop this year relates the Decorah Republican. Apple blossoms at this time of the year Are very unusual. At a meeting of the directors of the Hawkeye Oil company held at Waterloo on september 14th, they declared the regular Semi annual Levi Send of 4 per cent payable in Cash on october 20th, on All preferred Stock of record october 1st. The Monona m. R. Church celebrated its Seventieth anniversary monday of last week. The Church membership is Over 300. The receipts last year from All sources were the neat sum of $3,525 und after paying All expenses there remains a balance in Tho Treasury which latter is a very unusual feature. Prof. Arthur t. Evans of the state agricultural Collego of South Dakota has announced the development of an oat without a Hull. The work of developing this Grain has been under Way for four years at the College. The new Oats this year gave a yield of thirty bushels to the acre while Oats with a Hull yielded Only thirty five. The new Grain is said to be especially valuable for hog a. Coffman residing on the Wagner farm in Bondman township last year selected a three Pound potato from his Harvest of tubers because of the fact that this one had Twenty five knobs or smaller potatoes on it relates the Elkader Democrat. This Spring or. Coffman planted this selected Murphy and harvested therefrom one Hundred and sixty six Ordinary sized potatoes. Quite a Good yield for in off year Luich As this has been. Citizens of Sumner have subscribed upwards of $1,000 towards a fund to build a Public swimming Pool in their Park. It is proposed at Sumner to build a huge Concrete Reservoir about 35 feet wide and 05 feet Long varying in depth from shallow water to seven and one half feet. Water from a Creek or the City waterworks will be used to fill it and the entire Cost of the construction will be nearly $2,000, the new Hampton Gazette says. Re Revoir of Winona. Minn., had a close Call for his life saturday evening. In going up the Balen Hill the rear Axle of his Ford Cor broke and the machine became unmanageable backing Down the Hill and Over the embankment in one of the worst places. The car turned Over four times or. R. Remaining in it while it went Over twice and strange to say escaped without serious injury the Lansing Mirror tells us. The car was t damaged so seriously either. Mrs. Ellen Ulster brought to this office tuesday one of those Large Guinea Beans which she raised in her Garden this summer says the Monona Leader. It is a monster nearly three feet Long and about 18 inches around. The seed first came from the tale of new Guinea and has been raised to some extent in this country for the past few years. The Beans Are used for. Sweet or sour pickles Are boiled with meat in the place of cabbage or can be utilized the same As a Squash or pumpkin. Farming is a queer business mused Henry Maloy Asho jostled along on a lumber Wagon on his Way Home from Market at Nashua. He had just sold a Load of Corn and a crate of chickens. Tho loud of Corn Bro t $14.04. Tho crate of chickens 22 in All. Brought him $ir,.6fi, or $1.62 More than his loud of Corn. Maloy does t know what to think about this farming business when a single crate of chickens brings More than a full loud of Corn says the Nashua reporter. On last Friday afternoon while at work in the husking shed at the a Ottenberg Canning factory Henry Scute had the misfortune to have his left band and Arm in div Hurt when in some Way he got the Arm and hand caught Between a gear wheel and a Post. Before help could get to or. Schute to release him his Arm and hand wore badly mangled breaking and crushing the hones and touring the Muscles and Llesh up to the shoulder. The thumb on the injured hand was entirely Cut off and Somo lingers were broken so the gut Teisberg Pross says. A farm agent made a recent comparison of what commodities ought to be Selling for if the Price reduction had been on a Par with the reductions on Grain und farm products and said that Rusolino would be Selling for 8 cents Coal for $3.00 and u Good suit of clothes for $15. He also said that it takes ought pounds of Wool for the average suit for which the Farmer receives but $1. 30 and when he buys the suit it is equivalent to around two Hundred pounds of Wool. To cited an instance of a Kansas Farmer who turned in 2fl bushels of Corn a cow hide and ten dollars for a pair of shoes. Tho Turner society will Sarve a Chicken donation supper at their hell on saturday evening of this wok to which the Public is cordially invited. Support from 5 p. To until All Are served. Grand Ball in the evening for which mall s band will furnish the music. To notice All persons i Vang Thor paving assessments in full on or before oct 15th, will to Given a two and a half per cent rebate without interest charge. Geo. W. Fay mayor fishermen found the Torso of a Man floating on Tho surface of Ono of a the Mississippi sloughs about u Nillo North of Unolt on Junction sunday says the Waukon it Coroni a Huck or of Waukon notified. The Coroner went Down to inspect the body and found it to be that of a Man. The head was Goue As Wuy also Tho left Arm portious of clothing was still clinging to the Torso and one foot was still in the stocking. Nothing could he found that would lend in any Way to Idon Tiloa Hon. It was Tho opinion of the Cor. Oner that the body had water about Aix Mouths

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