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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 14 October 1910

7' r' m put1, i 1JQJ Vol. 4. Kenna, Chaves County, Ntw Mexico, Friday, Qctnbsr 14, 1910. Number 40 (FAT AT A LJLwdJw N X Nil to id (. T. LITTI.EFIF.I.D, Vue President W. B. SCOTT, Cashier The Kenna Bank &Trust Co. OF KENNA, N. M. The depositors in this Bank are secured by the laws of this Territory to the extent of $30,000.00. Our officers are bonded and we carry burglary Insurance. Every safeguard of modern Banking pro tects you. Come in and see us. The Kenna Bank & Trust Co. HOW TO IMPROVE A TOWN. Don't sit around and damn your town. The town is better than the man who damns it. Every town is just what its citizens want it to he. A desire on the part of ti e people for a better town is a prayer that is always answered. The advantage of one town over another is the result of the people rather than natural con ditions. In any event, it was the people who first saw the natural advan tages frequently someone in dividual saw them first. In nearly every town one vis its you hear...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 14 October 1910

Th8 Kenna Record W T, COWGILL, Editor and Pub'i MRS. CGWGILL Local Editor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. EattrtJ February Ith, 1907, at the Ken u, Ntw Mexico, Poll Uffice, ai lecond CUm Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Yar, In Advance. Advertising Rates Made Known nn Appllon DOINGS OF CONVENTION. Up to the 12th inst. 12 proyo titons had been introduced by absolutions in the convention, at follows: File 2, by Richardson: providing for the Judicial De partment. File 3, Richardson. Department o f aggricultm Labor and Industry. File 4, Richardson, State Exccutivi Dept. File o, Sedillo. Initiative provision. File C, Sedillo, In iative to amend constitution. File 7, Sedillo, Relating to Ref erendum. File 8, Skeen ant. Rice, Measure for Statewidt Prohibiton to be separately sub mitted. File 9, Monloya, refers to the Equal Rights fe:mture. File 10, Monloya, refers to non-claf-pification of pcliool thildrei in the nuitler of Race or Lan guagc. File 11, by Montoya, re fers to Settleis in Forest Re sor...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 14 October 1910

) 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 15ts off on Best Flour 2nd grids only $2.90 P T Dell A. Co Ernest Paddock went lo Hop well tliis week, by team. Dad Clayton is now crgiged herding a btm;l of goats. Roy Mirieleft Suaday la?t for Roswell, where lie has employ ment. rienty of coal in town now, and it's not the Hereford brand either. W. A. Fry returned home from I lis trip to Arkansas Sun day evening. Dr.- II. R. Thomas went to Elkins last Sunday evening, on a protessional call. ISctsoffon Bast Flour 2nd grade only $2-90 P T Bell 4. Co Will Heath and wife came home again Wednesday, and have resumed claim life. Doc Sears and Bud Wilkerson returned home from a week's visit at Roswell Tuesday. P. T. Simpson left this week for Texas, lo be gone only ft short time. Bob Flemming is shipping a train load of cattle from this point to Kansas City, to-day. Jim Clubb returned ..home from Texas," the latter part of last week. He had been away at work. W. H. Harris was home this week to visit his family and ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 14 October 1910

8 Kg mi a in Shop. i O & Jl Well Casings, Tanks, all kinds of k Q Galvanized Iron and Tin Work. 8 I All D ly Done. sos- 8 .imrnons South of the Kimmons Lumber Ynrd. CqJ KENNA POOL HALL. in Pitf M 0 STILL IN BUSINESS But now It's POOL BALLS Instead of "HIGH BALLS." Crawford & Brogdon. "3 Ssimo old "Ilcidiick," same o!.l "Jim,'' I Hit "tamed down." -V. 16 v una ft tahft tarkTVfearJook. ...V6" 1310 la ready to mall. It will i ;sent to any person interested in fruit-growing on receipt V 7 cents to cover postage. The Stark Year Book for 1910 represents an entirely new idea in nurserymen's literature it is a work of art b well a a catalogue of Stark Nursery products. Within its covers are 32 full-page illustrations of fruits and flowers, representing 175 varieties, done in four colors, and exactly reproducing nature. 84 Pages are devoted to descriptions, prices, and records. Stark Del licious, the apple that has revolutionized orchard planting and established a new standard of app...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 October 1910

I.. Vol. 4. Kenna, Chaves County, New Mexico, Friday, October 21, 1910. Number (A RECORD r, v 1SOEOHI J. P. STONE, Presidenl G. T. W. B. SCOTT, -The Kenna Bank&TrustCo, OF KENNA, The depositors in this Bank are secured by the laws of this Territory to the extent of $30,000.00. Our officers are bonded and we carry burglary Insurance. Every safeguard of modern Banking pro tects you. Come in and see us. The Keima Bank & Trust Co. BIBLE READING IN SCHOTL ROOM. (The following is a paper read befort a Teachers' Institute of Mills county Tex. , by Prof. P. A Grove, who is Principal of our Kenna School at this time.) I will prefeace my remarks by the statement. That we live in a Christain land of liberty, secur ed to us by the blessings, which the bible has bestowed:. In is very fitting that we shonld re vere this sacred book, by fre quently reading appropipte pas sages, which have reference to history and moral living. The physiology of the bible tells us that, "We are fearfuliy an...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 October 1910

1 h8 Kenna Record W T, CO Willi, Editor and Pub'r MRS. CGWGILL Local Editor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Sattrcd February Ith, 1907, st the Ken Hew Mexico, Poit Office, leond CIm Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Par Year, In Advance). ATertlsln Kt Mde Kn"" on APP"0'" BOAZ ITEMS. II. II. Gooden, who was loca ted at Kenna as Depot agent, is now at Shamrock Texas. Mrs. 0. W. Bishop returned to Roswell Sunday, atter sper.d inp: a week on her clai n. Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Martley came in from Roswell Sunday, returning Monday with some slock. Rev. C. A . Boatman conduct ed services here Sunday. The Baptist will hold services on the 3rd. Sabbath o each month. Mr. Will Parker, who is enga ged at Clovis in the Saiiia-be supply depot, was in town visit ing his parent?, Mr. & Mrs. W, L. L Tarker. The word from Mr. Henshaw's family at Heidrick Okla. is not encoui aging- Ernest is able to beupirw, but Cyrus is down with Typhoid, ai d very sick. The woik-train which has been stationed hero for some lime,...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 October 1910

( I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Dr. Thomas and Miss. Annie Minter were Elida visitors Tues day. Nice littb snow Wednesday niht) accompnied ty a cold Snap. Chester Koontz this week applied for a leave of absenc from his claim. Uncle Bill Littlefield returned Tuesday from a week's visit with his family at Itoswell. Mrs. VV. II. Cooper and Mrs. J. A. Kimmons :were shopping in Elida last Saturday. , Frank Schramm returned hom today to visit homefolks, He has been at Roswell at work. Frank Henderson and Lee Mosea were visitors at Poi tales last Saturday, between trains. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hopkins have started on an overland trip to Arizona, to be gone for some time, Jim Guinn returned to his claim today. Jle has been at liojivell for some time a t work . Charley Barber went back to his work Tuesday, after spend lug a week with his family on the claim. A train load of cattle that came in overland from Carls bad. was shipped frm this place Wednesday. PjJK,Williarnsaa and family, who were absent fo...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 21 October 1910

T 4 g Kenna Tin Shop. II South of the Kimmons Lumber Yard. $ Well Casings, Tanks, all kinds of 8 Galvanized Iron and Tin Work. All Repairing Neatly and Promp- & ly Done. Kimmons Bros, g JfffE S.ilW'fc JNIMi- Ji.Hflt JWt - ff'W -JW gwill'ifc "3!WM illWt ; Iffl'-'t: I 4likfe auuuiiC. juU-jXT JuiM:.jfe 3,.i.r.fc Jiiuiufcr - lUMuJ KENNA POOL HALL. STILL IN BUSINESS But now It's POOL BALLS Instead of "HIGH BALLS." Crawford & Brogdon. Same eld "Ileidrkk,' same old "Jim,"' bnt "tamed down." --MMmmmmmmmM - Jl tarkfearjook. r Wio la ready to mall. It will J f tent to any person interested in fruit-growing on receipt A 7 centi to cover postage. The Stark Year Boole for 1910 represents an entirely new idea in nurserymen's literature it is work of art as well as a catalogue of Stark Nursery products. Within its covers are 32 full-pace illustrations of fruits and flowers, representing 175 varieties, dene in four colors, and exactly reproducing nature. 84 pages are devoted to descriptions...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 October 1910

TTTF KENNA RECORD 11 Vol- 4. Kenna, Chaves County i New Mexico, Friday, October 28, 1910. Number 42 r -j r aitUlfaii- -flh'tilhtf- jaif- T J. P. STONE, President G. T. LITTLEFIELD, Viie President M W. B. SCOTT, Cashier -The- KennaBank&TrustCo, , OF KENNA, N. M. The depositors in this Bank are secured by the laws of this Territory to the extent of $30,000.00. Our officers are bonded and we carry burglary Insurance. Every safeguard of modern Banking pro tects you. Come in and see us. The Kenna Bank & Trust Co. fiyf mi mi II -THE BOOTLEGGER'S J0IXT. (Written In English by Request.) Old Rublo passes one dreadful night, With a dream of those days of mystic flight. He lays on a tarp In the stoney back , yard, - Of hell, In the darkest depths of night, hard. It was a punishment his wife Imposed, And with bitter resentment the old man dozed, . - He dreamed f the days when' youth's desire. ,Was met with smiles of lover's fire, When birthdays came once In every decade, When the greate...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 October 1910

1 ho-Kcnna Record V T, COVGILL, Editor and Pub'r MRS. CCWGILL Local Editor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Entered February 8th, 1907, at the Kcn , New Mexico, Post Office, as second Class Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year, In Advance. Advertising Rate Made Known on Appllcsn FISH FOR THE LAKES. Deputy Game Warden O. K's. Request for Stocking De posits of Wetness. Mrs. B. R. Buffham, deputy game warden, is doing a great work in the way of stocking the streams of Chaves county, and yesterday completed the re quest for the Haymaker, Tay lor, Robinson, Urton, Hamilton and North Spring lakes, making in all twenty-two lakes and rivers covered by the next batch which will be sufficient to make a straight carload or pretty near it. The best part of it i3 that there is sufficient influence back of the requisition to as sure the grantment of the plantlings, which are about equally divided between rock and big mouth bass, crappies, white perch and channel cat. As a part of the regulations all the la...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 October 1910

LOCAL AND PERSONAL: W. W. Watson, who has a claim out in the Chino valley, is with us again.' He came Tuesday, overland, from back in Texas, where he tried to rnalc: n crop the past season, and fail ed. He and his son-in-law farmed in partnership, and made, one bale of cotton. He has his "satisfy," and didn't have to be asked to come back to New Mexico." Feed i3 selling cheaper here than it did last season, although it still seems high to the buyer. Alvin White, who had been our compositor for some time past, resigned his position this week and left for Texas, where his folks- are stopping to pick cotton. Alvin may also pick cotton for awhile,' but is think ing of "starting a little weekly on his own hook. Alvin is a good boy; and full of work and enterprise, and he will make his way any old where and any old time. We heartily wish him all the success that is coming to him. Ernest Paddock has bought a nice little house which he will move to his claim as soon as he gets a basement re...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 28 October 1910

i Kenna Tin Shop. j . Well Casings, Tanks, all kinds of jj Galvanized Iron and Tin Work. All Repairing Neatly and Promp- h ly Done. j Kimmons Bros- b South of the Kimmons Lumber Yard. ft A. KENNA POOL HALL, n STILL IN BUSINESS But now It's POOL BALLS Instead of "HIGH BALLS." Crawford & Brogdon. Same old "Ileidrick," same old "Jim," bnt "tamed clown." rP T"nt V"1!1":. f iP'-p. J",TiE TiT I " m 2X tarkjyearjook- riqio b ready to mail. It will I J tent to any person Intereited in fruit-growing on receipt V 7 centi to cover pottage. The Stark Year Boole for 191b repreienti an entirely new idea in nurtervmen't literature it u a work of art at well at a catalogue of Stark Nursery producti. Within iti covers are 32 full-page illustrations of fruits and flowers, representing 175 varieties, done in four colors, and exactly reproducing nature. 84 pages are devotedto descriptions, prices, and records. Stark Delicious, the apple that has revolutionized orchard planting and established new s...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 4 November 1910

' . -J - m Vol. 4. Kenna, Chaves County, New Mexico, Friday, November 4, 1910. Number 43 " "J m l'wrT T-e J"!',! jjikfc aJtiL,fe --3um.fr 3j.ul iiu J. P. STONE, Presidem G. T. UriTF.FIEJ.D, Viie President W. H. SCOTT, Cashier in i -The- KennaBank&TrustCo. OF KENNA, N. M. The depositors in this Bank are secured by the laws of this Territory to the extent of $30,000.00. Our officers are bonded and we carry burglary Insurance. Every safeguard of modern Banking pro tects you. Come in and see us. The Kenna Bank & Trust Co. I because there will ba a total eclipse of the moon on the night of the 16th, when it would otherwise be full. This eclipse will be visible in the United States and in Wall street, and it will send bacon down a couple of points. fffi NOVEMBER. , Ml". Taft, who rules the na tion offers this his proclama tion' ' Whereas, Providence continues Blessing us from day to day, And the boom of Independence Has, we take It, come to stay; inti whereas indulgent Nature Lavi...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 4 November 1910

TIlG Kcnna Record W T, COWGILL, Editor and Pub'r MRS. COWGILL Local Editor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. sintered February Ith, 1907, at the Ken u, New Mexico, Pott Office, at second CUss Mail Matter. Subscription $1.00 Per Year, In Advance. Advertising Kate Uada Known on Appllosn THE REFERENDUM WE GET. The constitutional convention has adopted the referendum, without the initiative or the re call. Section 1. The legislative power shall be vested in a sen ate and house of representa tives, to be elected by the peop ple, which shall be designated the legislature of the State of New Mexico, and shall hold its sessions at the seat of govern ment. The people reserve the power to disapprove, suspend and an nul any law at any session of the legislature, except laws pro viding for the preservation of the public peace, health or safe ty, for payment of interest or principal of the public debt, foi the current expenses of the gov ernment, or for the maintenance of the public schools or state in istitut...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 4 November 1910

it LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The-Cosby boys, Lem and R. C, arrived this week with their families and effects and will start at once to improve their claims. The brought consider able stock with them, including both cattle and horses, and a younger brother came along to assist in driving the stock through. W. C. Beard is with us again after an absence of some" length, spent in the Tanhandle coun try, where he has been freight ing. He will probably return to Texas and continue his job for a while, as there is nothing to do on his claim at this season of the year, and he can make considerable money dur ing the winter that will be a handy thing to have while mak ing next season's crop. While here he has made it a point to call around to the print shop and leave a little of the "needful,"- squaring himself for an other year. , ' ;s" And at last Kenna is to have that new depot We have wait ed long and (im-) patiently, and ws are the "gladdest ever" to meet this recognition at the hands of the r...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 4 November 1910

I! Kenna Tin Shan. H h 8 41 . , y Well Casings, Tanks, all kinds o! Galvanized Iron and Tin Work, d All Repairing Neatly and Promp- h ly Done. Kimmons Bros- i South of the Kimmons Lumber Yard. if I'lpill i Jflipfc Wflli'JV sWHWA; -ItiWHl: ji fri'flt- lipWp -JTfl -II.TIWS-- '3liTT!"'fVWI!l'lV-- Tllliir iilil4il"''l'L'"s"l''i-- 3u!lil sgt.'lu..5 3L.id.iE i.iiL.'fe sljjfcaumA" aniut ffl KENNA POOL HALL. 3 itizi-zs- SI ILL IN iiUbSNhbb But now pit's POOL BALLS fi Instead of i u o a b a o I nmn l. . H Crawford & Brogdon. Same old "Heidrick' same old "Jim,' bnt "tamed down." mi is one of the best located towns in New Mexico. It lies in a little valley on the Eastern Railway of New Mexico, a branch of the San ta Fe running: Southeast from Amarillo Tex., through the towns of Hereford, Texico, Clovis, Portales into the far-famed city of Roswell, N. M., "thence through the fertile Pecos Vally to Carlsbad, and on again into Texas. But first, a few lines about the NEW STATE: T Ta m rnew me ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 November 1910

"t,1 tJT? Vol. 4. Kenna, Chaves County, Now Mexico, Friday, November 11, 1910. Number 44 KENNA RECORD r t -4 .: I!!!"1!' J niT"v 4 'HlVf- J'Hrv fi- J'Tf-ri'L InJ J a-n i iiiiLl' J aul. auiUi-fe aiiii..g 34i J. P. STONE, President O. Ti LITTLEFIKI.D, Vice President W. B. SCOTT, Cashier - The KenhaBank&TrustCo. OF KENNA, N. M. i u'., ': The jdepositors iii this Bank are security bythe laws of this Territory to the extent of $30,000.00. Our -officers are bonded and we carry burglary Insurance. Every safeguard of modern Banking pro tects you. Conie in and sqe us. I f He Keiiria Bank & Trust Co. limine. 3iJtfiiiyiiife3iJ)ito,,-lititf n aiming Sometimes when cares and troubles ,601116 to torment one at night,.; whrt fa fh jrinrknoss of my thoughts i'tri Iroiiirik for thev light, l , I lie awake and wbnder if the gim ex- lstence pays, k ' And I long to be . tians'poYted- to. those happy old sdhool UayjB.; .- i'd llke.to. smeli jli, apples, from a tattered noclcet ", WRr.ni-; ' , , ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 November 1910

-A The Kenna 'Record W T, COVOU, Editor and Pub'r MRS. OOWCILL local Editor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. atertd Ftbrusry 1th, 1907, at the Kn tat, Htw Mtiico, Pott Office, at secdnd Mail Matur. Mkarlptln S1.00 Par Yar, In Advana. AOertralDt ItatM Mmd Known on Appltcan THE OLD flDElt MILL. By James Arthur Lodge. I hare Klways said, and I say It yet, That It I could be young Again fof fif teen minutes I'd make a bee-Urns to the old mill bidden by tangled vines, Vr'Berh apples were piled In heaps around, Red, jrVitow and streaked, all over the ground, And tfus old, sleepy horse went round and round And turned the wheel as the apples were ground. Straight for that old mill I'd start, With light bare feet and a lighter heart, , And a smiling face and an old straw hat. And home-made breeches and all of that. And when I got there I'd just take a peep To see If Old Cider Mill John was asleep. And then It he was I'd go hunting round Until a good big, long rye straw I'd found. And I'd straddle a barrel...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 November 1910

I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. find Mrs. Keller who have ijeeil at Eastman, Oklahoma, fur Bolfle time, returned on Thursday evening's train, and hav gone out to their claim in Littleficld valley. Enmt Paddock is all smiles today. His wife and child who, ac cording to Earnest's way of see ing, was several days past due, ar rived on yeserday's train from Orarid'fi'cid' Okla. So we presume that he and family will soon be at home to callers, out on their claim 7 miles north west. Notice to homesteaders. All live entries in the Fort Sumner Disti hate been asaign el a new peVial number .Yb'il will therefore take notice that in case the "serial number is chang ed in your Notice of Final Proof, that the same is not an error, but is our new sorial number. Very respectfully, A. E. Curren, .' Register. A i,oo& rriany' ranchnleo vlio "vear cdwlray hats and spurs are on the Winfield streets. When we see one of them we are afraid to take our note book out of our hip pockt for far he will think we ...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kenna record. — 11 November 1910

u Kenna Tin Shop. $ g Well Casings, Tanks, all kinds of g Galvanized Iron and Tin Work. & 8 All Repairing Neatly and Promp- g . ly Done. fi South of the Kimmons Bros- g he Kimmons Lumber Yard. I KENNA POOL HALL. STILL IN BUSINESS But now It's POOL BALLS Instead of "HIGHBALLS ." Crawford & Brogdon. Same old "Ileidrkk," san:c eld "Mini," lint "turned down." 8 is one of the best located towns in New Mexico. It lies in a little valley on the Eastern Railway of New Mexico, a branch of the San ta Fe running: Southeast from Amarillo Tex., through the towns of Hereford, Texico, Clovis, Portales into the far-famed city of Roswell, N. M., thence through the fertile Pecos Vaily to Carlsbad, and on again into Texas. But first, a few lines about the NEW STATE; Mexico, mmmmmm i ninwiiffiMinw 'IF 13 tarlcyearjook. is ready to mail. , It will i jiient to any person interested in fruit-growinff on receipt i 7 cents to cover postage. The Stark Year Book for 1916 represents an entirely new ide...

Publication Title: Kenna Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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