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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 June 1896

I If BR m If - MHssaMslH 5hUS r3fl5Sjsw awki tjcaaajiiiinii - x m awwmmmTmwmtwmtmmmmwmmTwnuunnnnnmmmm ft I Here is a GhanGe of a Lifetime I WE HAVE A BIG STOCK OF GOODS BOUGHT LOWER THAN EVER T J i I i n H LI v -1 r We will sell You Goods w V 9fc And we are going to sel them Will sell you Regardless of Profit tBKp ftawss ISSUEDIWEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OSKJEB ONE DOLLAK The Tkms U authorized to nnnounce MALCOLM YEAMAK f iTonilnrmn countv a candidate for Tndro of tlie Court of Appeals vice TudircI It Grace deceased for the First Appellate District subject to the action of tho Democratic party Llec tlon November 1C The Iltuss Is authorized to announce w s nisiior of McCracken county a candidate lor Judge of the Court of Appeals vice Judge I K Grace deceased for the First Appellate Dltrict subject to the action of tho Democratic party Elec tion November 1WU FOK CONOItKSS We are authorized to annouce V 1 STONE a candidate for Congress In the First Congressional District of Kentucky o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 June 1896

i oJ 1 ter t pw I V QW Ktfssu R C Walker Publisher LOCAL NEWS test sail at Wvlduus Small crowd attending court Wheat thrashing cow on hand Wattrnielom on the market Wheat svk at Cochran llakcis Several guests at Crittenden Springs Judge- llercc went to St Ioiii S iturtlsy The town hogs nto djlng of swino pligue Wcldon villi tell jou cheap for cash Dr 1 11 Moil of Frcdonla wis in town yesterday Judge Ji Campbell of Paducah wai in town Monday Mr 0 M Russell Ictt for Owens loro jfstcrday on business QTho two oar oM cliiltl or Mr Chas Horning dial a fow drjs since Mr J It Finley or the revenue service is at boaio on a furlough Jet your wheat sacks from Coch ran c llaker They have plenty Mr M 0 Tltumifto of Crittenden Springs went to Paducah Tuciday Plenty of fruit jam cheap Uriinth Patmor A nlco watch at Woldona for I--93 Mrs Huo Towler of New York is a guest of relatives at this place Kdilor Settles of tho Caldwell County News spent Tuesday in riou Marriage license havo been ifsued to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 June 1896

Pi h 5 I I jpgMW tr 4 Lefvber Roismoyne Ofclo Terrible Misery f HolploBO With Rhoumatlsm and Without Appetito Tlrod Fooling nnd Pains Olapollext c by Hoodit Sarsaparllla I wm In trrrltla mliery with rheuntarlim la ny hi pi and lower ltmb Z rood io much boot Iloodi BiriaparllU that I thought t would try It and in II It would relief me TThen I eonunene ed I could not lit up nor een turn 01 er In bod without help Oiw bottle e I Hoods Relieved Mo o mnch that I waa eooa out of bed aud oould walk I had alao felt weak and tired all the timet eouU rot deep and obtained so little rt t t tliht that 1 felt all worn out In tho uornlnz X had no arwoUt to wt anything but llooda IHootfsGures BaiiapartUa restored my appeUt to that I jtould cat without any dlitren and I hare raised rarllr In ttrensth I hare taken fire Eoiuea oi nc Tar ffnodi finn anrtlla and I am u well Mm 6 X Lstarmn rtoaimoyne a Hoods Pills mi llTtr lilt oooeUpatlon aATUmaatta jioadlea aUtr tatdaoh lAdtgajtia WE HAVE no AGENTS hnt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 January 1897

r Ju3 I J 5 rrtrrtrm IT V 9 u C A I I - a t I i i A i 1i IJ t lr F i i M if 1 w h w iw ft 135 A r V s VOLUME 17 vt n AJrVvVool Pants niAUU IV UKUUH POR J5J CASH M E FOHS The Tailor WWWfc w AND - - - - VKH Clothing Hats n tn ja w v j rf v -1 j a u y vjuuu 6 s AlMOST AT YOUR OWN PRICE These arc strictly the latest goods both in style and qualities No trouble to show them to you ft MASONIC Vt j jfi v 05 5v T iTrTi tMi FT T V - pARAR RESPONDS He Will Malfo tlio Hnco lor As- scssor ii Accoplablo to Silver People THINKS A UNION ADYISAIUiK v X V V J Jf if T 1 Hi IUP KIUUATK5 Ivciiiticky lias n Sp1 iili IiHti tion ior I hose nato Ones Kentucky is providing for the blind children 01 ihc Stato in a sub stantial way While no htupendous amount is being expended to educate the blind it anncars from the rtnort J M Conyer W If Uinmy u ot the ircaWnt 0f tEe Hoard ot M Conger W II Cainin h itors o tho institution tint ample White S K Brewster J 1 crorlg arc belDg mao by tbo ngon1i ent and others of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 January 1897

aO I J 81897 fbws e ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAU ONE DOLLAR Wo are authorized to announce O EO W LANDRAM a candidates for the olllco or County Clerk of Livingston county subject to tho action of the Democratic party A TunUSAND J mf i iv - tntj f iniSnTm a5JAnfifn lSVte W teSlWVr mAfl eszh 5 vr fteffiW Ad- V Gov Bradley baB ordered out the State Guard fur service agaiuBt the lollfcate raiders of Mercer county Its a pi that Joo Mulktton did not live to Iearn aat ho could hold no hand with the SpaniBh war cor respondents at his favsrito occupa tion lying Wo learn that Mr S Coram once jailer of this county will be an ap plicant for the post olilce at Carrs ville Sam Coram is a mighty good man and a useful citizen and the of Ccc would be in good hands if it goes to him Tho number of banks going to the wall the shortage in the accounts of some bank officials all indicate that the name of dishonesty conQned to the free silver people before the elec tion is spreading The free...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 January 1897

X j m h z IvT 02 Ctf R C Walker 4 OUR GOOD tveitOZ Publisher LOCAL NEWS County court next Monday Mr F M Ulcinent hao been sick several days Mr F E Robertson lias been sick Beveral diys The second term of tho scbool be gins Monday Mrs Annio Hayncs roturned to Florida last week Sjo Clark Son and sell them your surplus corn Mr Will Coram of Cari6Ville was In town yesterday Mr A J Duvall has been sick for a week with the grip lrof Evans bas been alllicted with a severe attack of grip Tvo of Mr N B Eddings family are just recovoring from tuo measles Iboinfaat of Mr Saui Stcmbridge of this place died yesterday morning G H Williams has purchased a partnership in R F McMicano gro cery business Rev Ii F McMiovn has been con lined to his bed several days Ho had pneumonia Rsv Grant ILilioj spent the holi days at homo and leturued to Clinton college Saturday Muses Lina and DeJie Clement spent last week with relatives in tho Iron Hill neighborhood Miss Nettie Mooie visited lriends and relatives ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 January 1897

fX r f 4 m 2H VVt 1897 5 The CRITTENDEN PRESS j And CINCINNATI ENQUIRER t Both one year for 125 Cash in advance t I American government would be exert ed to crush tho new republic Tht slightest investigation by con gress will reveal the truth of this state ment I have tho facts upon unim peachable authority but the most surprising fact in this well concealed conspiracy against the Cuban republic is that in order to help Spain in her pitiless campaign of massacre Secre tary Olney has not presented any of the claims for damages arising out ot the destruction of American property in the present war This teems almost incredible but it is true Records iu AVashington will confirm my statement These claims represent millions upan millions of dollars They are supported by sworn and in niont cases iucontestible evi dence 1 know as a fact that injured citizen whose citizens are represent ed by claims huve supposed that Mr Olney was doing everything in his power to secure an indemnity for thei...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 January 1897

V VP V rs C S AH Wool Pinfra MADU TO ORDER for 350 cash J M E FOHS The Tailor CWVW fefeV VOLUME 17 v m Dmt bolt your food it irritate your stomach Chooso digestible food and chow it Indigestion is a danger oua tickuess Proper caro prevents it Shaker Digestive Cordiul cures it That is tho long anil short of indiges tion Now tho question is Havo you got indigestion Yes if you have pain or discomfort after eating headdcho dizziness nausea offensive breath heartburn languor weakness lover jaundice flatulence loss of ap polite irritability constipation etc Yes you have indigestion To euro it tnko Shaker Digestive Gordial Tho medicinal herbs and plants of which Shaker Digestive Cordial is composed help to digest tho food in your stomach help io strengthen tho stomach When your stomach is strong caro will keep it so Shaker DigeBtivo Cordial is for salo by drug gists price 10c and 81 per bottlo Highest of all in Leavening Strength Latest U S Govt Report Ivvlsi Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE V in fr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 January 1897

r f l r UV ft 1 1897 b 6irj i can 9 81897 X0 Cftf 3l ufMTr iirrKr m VTT7 V9f mi C ONE YEAR VP ISSUEDVVEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OHK DOLLAR Wc arc authorized to nnnounco G EO XV LAXDHAM a candidate for the olliic of County Clerk- of Livingston county fiibjcit to the action of the Democratic party r TwrtUSAND a us rn tfeaj 6tilM Art fr kswpOhi r j r fc L ns ty rt tj i n or i toft3 Thre tiro more mute candidates in Crittenden than you can shake a stick at in a month Several bank clllcials have eoinnii ted suicide thoy had rathor do it than pay depositors oir in iifty cent dollars Wo hope that the committc arran ging the inaugural ceremouien will not fdl to provide Palmer aud Uuok ncr with front stats The gold standard Democrats arc certainly patriotic Nobody hears of a single ono of thcmlofforing for of fice They are contented with the oppressive solitude of private life The Democrats and Populists are fusing in a great many counties of the State The money jqucstiou is one that fusion...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 January 1897

- ftQ ij 85 to 1 81 fiffflKn3J39i rWrlkrftwV vcnwuvciArjvi mmtmmmmmmmmiim we uivt Bargains OUR GOODS w fej fbcsa v R C Walker Publisher LOCAL NEWS Mr Joo II Walker of Honiloraon spent Sunday in Marion Mr James Wheeler of Wcb9ter county was in town Monday See Clark Bon and bell tbem your surplus corn Joe Tucker has moved from Hen haw to Marion Mr A M Dunbar of Dycusburg was in town Tuesday John Hurley has been sick several days he has the grip Mr Abo McKeaig of Union coun y was in town yostcrday Mr Al Woods of Owensboro was In Marion Monday 0 Will Aeher and wife of Weston were in town Tuesday Mm J B Hubbard is with her mother who is very Bick at Shady Grove Mr J F Dodge has an old fash ion caso of the measles well devel opo Yucatan bitters ib a popular tonic now as is the old reliable Hostcttere Annie Lewis daughter of Willis Lewis colored died at her homo in Marion Saturday Do you uso Little Beauty flour It not try it Clark Kevil Co There is evidence that there will be ft lively fis...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 January 1897

ill WiWlVUi 1Q7 Oup bank nnnoiiuced as the cauto of its failure inability to realize upon afsete This notice was n con fesaiou of the argument made during tho campaign by tho advocntes of free coinage We have all nlong insisted that tho gold standard was destroying the valuo of nsscts With monoy ris ing in value and property falling in value hard times must continue Tnnt this is not due to local causes is dent from the fact that tho same aim plaint cornea from other natious The presa dispatches state that the holiday tirade in Germany was a disapposut Save Your Money One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurcly cure all diseases of the stomach liver or bowels Tn Reckless Assertion v sick headache dyspepsia malaria constipation and bilio usness a million people endorse TUTTS Liver PILLS The fact that teuator Wolcott of Colorado has been sent abroad by the presidentelect as an ambassador m iit extraordinary to bring Europe to binetalltem is an evidenc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 January 1897

M fe vj y l All Woo Pants MADE TO ORDER FOR 350 CASfil M R POHS Thr Tltnr w VOLUME 17 fe 0 Hu V TS lV V V v V N v - k - Vast gli ffll g ffili m tri ii 1 irr r I i I TTtrT fo fa fa fa fa O -tm TAWAVqmiVW Clothing Hats AND Dry Goods - ALMOST AT Y6JR OWN PRICE These are strictly the latest goods both in style and qualities No trouble to show them to you NEW MASONIC BUILDING lR U lU Hal la Hiuiw H - r A Penny Saved is a Penny Made is an old and Wise Poverb It is What you Save tJuit Makes you Rich Rcmeniber this OASTORXJL f Jr r LmJiW 4 r rtifjettjett WHITE CAPS - WITH BLACK WHISKERS PUT A PREA CHER TO FLIQHT Rev II D Fox Frightened and Almost Frozen Rov II B Fox a Baptist minis ter of this county went over into Lyon county Saturday afternoon for the purpose of preaching that night Tho weather was so inclement during the evening that the appointment was cancelled and tho minister was iciled for tho night at Mr Qco Mar tins who lives in Lyon county some two miles from Dvcusburg in this co...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 January 1897

rW VW f V I - i lr IP 1W Zia I T Tne preat tneti nolitan newspapers bristle with tho statements cjiieerning tho plethora oi money The bank vaults uro crowded with it the rates of interest nro si low that the lenders have to combine to keen the rate at au altitude that will enable the bank era to matclrti lew of the onmm ueceosaiieaof hfo from the needing tupply of things edible aud wearable With vaults groaning with their load ol coin et paper with bags burst me with the ceaseless swelling con tents of yellow and whito shekels with pockets everlastingly tugging and 6traiuing at tho fore aud aft ends of the poor bankers ovoi worked sus penders these dollars with a new horn ttubbjrune63 persistently refuso to move ou the foul air of their dimin utive overcrowded homes threatens dieaster to these once Almighty Dol lar There may be danger of the bubonic plague falling with its ghast ly black death upou tho effete dollar This motionless unsoughtfor uuhon ored and unwept dollnr We of the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 January 1897

t aS3EBOS3R3E3B3BB iM a I ic u - vYO 1 v o VVfcJ DCUgdlllO St5tA aw III p 41 R C Walker OU R GOODS wis EBB1 aJt m8 f k P TUTU I E awss Publisher LOCAL NEWS W L Kennedy uf Lola was in torn Saturday K Fowler is severely alllicted with rheumatism I have more goods than money Weldon G C Walhen of Fords Ferry was in town Tuesday A can of corn and a can of toma toes for 15 cl at A M Henrys Mr Lee Cook of Fords Ferry is visiting his daughter Mrs English in St Louis Freeman Hurley has the company of a good case of measles at his homo in CarntiTiil J M Walker the blacksmith has purchased tho creamery engine and will put it up in his shop Do you use Little Beauty flour It not try it Clark Kevil Co Mr Robe it E Wilborn of this place went to Princeton Sunday night to begin work on the Banner B F McMican Co set tho best tablo in Marion A Customer Mr R A Moore of Tolu was in town Monday arranging some busl n3s nntters for tho Peoples store Mr J M Worten of Smithland was in town Salutday Ho may bo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 January 1897

keep bidy aud soul together until April or later Other districts with a population numbering about 50000 000 aro already feeling the Jiangs of bitter privation fiom food Funds for tho relief of tho sufferets aro beiug raised on all sides but a very largo amount of money will be needed to provide food for even these unfortunate people who livo on al most nothingfju comparison with Europeans and others from one end of tho year to the other The natives have been reduced by lack of food to little less than liviug skeletons in the most heavily strick en districts and as such they can not tut fall victims bj the thousands to the black plague which threatens to invade Europe through the Mecca pilgrims and other sourpes for the spread of contagion That year eats eminent author ity referring to another time when this plague visited a country of the Orient as is generally agreed hap pened to be especiaUy free from oth er coniplaintd and if and one fell ill Merit Merit talks the n Intrinsic va...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1897

7 i h IK MWrMrM VOLUME 17 AIMVoo Pauls J AUDBTOORDm I E25 350 cash J M E I OHS The Tailor 4WW kW REV HENRY B FOX Tells lite Story of his Famous Flight form the Wiilte Caps He Chrrgcs the Affair to Denominational Jealousy lie Feels that God Has Placed him on the Battle Field A BIG LAW SUIT FOLLOWS Fi As thero hasbeeh a groat ileal saiil iU the papers about the attempt made on the night of the 1 filli lo lynch me and some things ill it are untrue 1 hope you will grant mo a small space in your paper to state the facts in the case just us 1 would slate tboni on oath On tic evening above mentioned 1 - left the vicinity of Dycusburg to at- tend to my appointment at Hebron cliurca in Lyon county distant four miles After visiting Rev Willie - Bennett who had been sick for some time I started to the church It be gan to rain and 1 stopped with Rro George Martin for tire night About JO oclock we all rctied as we sup- v posed for the night but to our sur prise about 11 oclock there was a savage...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1897

7 fe p CoviL ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YAB ONE DOLL All Wo arc authorized to nnnounco Q EO W LANDRAM n candidate for the ofllco of County Clerk of Livingston county subject to tlio action of tho Democratic party We arc authorized to announce ISAAC LINLEY a candidate for County Attorney of Livingston county subject to the action of tho Democratic party AVe are authorized to announce tVMf MARBLE of Caldwell county a candidate for theoillccof Circuit Court Judge of the district composed of tho counties of Caldwell Crittenden Hopkins and Livingston subject to the action of tho Democratic party We arc authorized to announce VI0IIN L GRAYOT a cnndTfat6 for re election to the oillcc pfCommqn wealths Attorney in tho illstrfctcotiiposed of Caldw II Crittenden Hopkins and Livingston counties subject to the action of the Democratic party ATHoc A r I r rriJ r i ftnPWK i AS rna rsrMeLcarT s Wnii mJiwfTy rv t m PJS WtLM fc ft MjMyf r HW LLi Jsri ni cjtrj c n r r n yfs few Tho Collect...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1897

V k 8jTO R C Walker Publisher LOCAL NEWS Sheriff Frank rras In Hopklmrrillo Mondar Dr J II Clark wns hi Evnngvillo Monday Mr John L Grayott was in town Quarterly court has been in session thia week Tho churches had a mall tions Sunday Tho Bobool has a Urge number of bianling pupib I havo mre goods than money Weldon Mr D A rooks of Sturgls was in town Sunday A fine ice season and ibe houseB are being filled Mr B 8 Fenwick has retired from tho firm of Fickena Caesidy Co Mr Rankin Hammond of Evans ville is visiting in Marion Cash can buy goods Tory cheap at Weldon A can of corn and a can of toma toes for 15 ctt at A M Ilcnrys Mr D B Moore i family oi -Fords Ferry are guests of friends in Marion Fobs has received his samples of spring tjoode Patronize your home tailor Mr S D Ilodgo of Frinceton was in town Monday looking after some bueinees in court Mr W Q Hammond of Sturgis 1 csme over Tuesday night to nttend Uncle Josh Spruceby We serve fresh oysters in any Btylo Oysters for Bale in b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 January 1897

I Both one year for Only 2 1 MV MMV1Ii V M VMV It ia understood tliit th 11 Hcallh of this city proposes to iI NEW RELIGIOUS SECT Strange Tonots ot Holier of coiueoutors f l tho Pickens 8 C Jan 24The Com outers is a new religious sect which is sweeping away old church aligumouts among the rural devotees ot this state These people have as their champion the Rev John Ellenbag who moves bout from place to place carrying the people with him by a strange pow er In general principles they are Baptiitic but hold that a man must be rebsptised every time ho commits f sin So many were tho family divi Jons at first attended by the efforts of tie converted to bring them to tho Merit Merit Ulks tho BBSJPti Intrinsic value of I I WfC noodiBareaporllla I ill IV O Merit In medicine means tho power to care lloods Sarsaparllla posseascs actual and unequalled curatlvo power nnd there fore It Jxis true merit When you buy Hoods BdMaparllla and take It according to directions to purify your blood or core...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 February 1897

4 ft V VIVJVH1 AlI Wool Pants MADQTOORDUR for 350 cash M R BOHC Th TIIa 1 law 1 B1IUI HVtVlf VOLUME 17 FROM WASHINGTON Matters of Public Interests Paiiitcdly Discussed Nlcaragual Canal Pacific Railway ami Public Buildings NEW IHJlIGHATlON JJILL Tho debate tho past week relative to tho Nicaragua Cunal was brought to a BUildou and almost dramatic ad journ ment for three days Tho situ ation is about as follows and it our readers will examine n map of Cen tral America they will better under stand and will seo that Costa Rica lies Eouth and Jo tho east of Nicara gua Honduras and San Salvador lies north northeast and northwest of Nicaragua Tho Canal commences on tho Gult bido at Ureytnwn which is at tho mouth of tho San Juan river this river for tho most part is suppos ed to bo tho boundary lino between Costa Rica and Nicaragua but this boundary lino is in dispute The concessions mado to tho Company wero mado by Costa Rica and Nicara gua Daring ths past year tho Republics of Nicaraguu Hon...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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