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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 June 1901

The Republican. WM. G. XLENDIUCXS, C41tor mm A Proprietor. O TICK n Bif eelVs Block, Corner Center and LaPorte Street. ttered at the Plymouth, Indiana, Poet Office a Scond-Ciae6 Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year f2.83;Six Month 1.00; 2 Three Months 50c, delivered at any post oSlce. 11 paid one year in advance, $1.50.- PJjrnvth Ind., June 27, 1901. A conservative estimate of the com bined interest and dividend payments in New York, due on July 1, i3 from 8120, 000,000 to 125,000.000. This is the larg est on record for any previous July, and doubtless will exceed any J an. 1 exhibit when the payments are the heaviest of the year. New dividends and iLcreased dividends caueed, of coarse, by -the phe nomenal growth of the country' Egricul tural. industrial, and manufacturing in terests, have been declated 6ince the first of the year, and these .go to well the snormous total. It has been remarked that the rapid displacement of the man behind t be .gun by the man behind the book in our dis ta...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 June 1901

1 Hundreds of Persons in tho Elk horn Valley, W. Va., Killed by a Sudden Flood. SOME ESTIMATES MAKE IT 600 Others Get Down as Low as 200, but the Catastrophe Is Awful. tfO ROAD LEADS TO ELKHORN All 3Ieans of Communication Having Been Cut Off Danger Now Is v X. Starvation and Suffering "'. Johnstown III- . 35 .It. ' railed. "Roanoke, kVa., June 24. Allowing "for probably a large number of people lost In the West .Virginia floods who never be accounted for, tlie esti- uuiv vi vuv. iv4 vi 111c ujiiuc i-.ti.tr puts it at from 500 to tiOO. Roanoke, Va., june 24. Passengers on a train from the west report that jQOOut COO people were drowned Satur day evening along the Elkhom illu sion of the Norfolk and Western rail road and that miles of track and bridges were washed out. All wires are down over the devastated section. Tazewell, Va., June 24. The train master of the Norfolk and Western railroad walked the track between Vivian and North Fork, a distance of twelve miles. He discovered thir...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 June 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor amd Proprietor. G7Advertisenents to appear in The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the S6ue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. June 27, 1901. local nrz'svs. The water main gaDtr commenced on Michigan Etreet Thursday. Mr George Naff and daughter Ilazei weet to Auburn to visit relativee. Emory Hess who ha3 been at Wabash college is here visiting his parents. Mips Cora Leonard returned to Bre men a!ter attetidicg commencement. Mrs Daisy Sehnt and daughter Helen are visiting relatives at Findlay, Ohio. Miss Dora Jordan returned to South Bend after attending commencement here. Miss Laura Boss is home from a visit of three months with her sister in Neb raska. A divorce was granted Friday in the suit of Otto Mikels against Ella Mikels. Walter McElrath came Friday from Etna Green, where he has been visiting relatives. Daniel Voreis, deputy sheriff, has pur chased the residence property heretofore owned by Peter 3, Kr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 June 1901

flo npptit Suggests (groceries Whieh Suggests JACOX Phon 60 Don't four Contract . for Binder Tuiioe .Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for Fine fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. ! I . II III SUCCESSOR TO L ROTZIEN AJFuii Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do Tho Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS Now on Tap at The When Grocery. Don't Walk Around when you buy a Good can Bicycle for little money nt Firestone's Harness Shop. TRY ONE! The bet j ad eres pro nounce. the the Finest 5 cent 3:gar in Plymouth. J. E. HUMS The Famous lerghoff Eeer on draught or in bottle at . John C. Kuhn's Sample flcon, 105 N. Ulchlgan St. or ALL KINDS Furniture, Buggies, Etc., by an expert at JUnggenberg 6 Cnllison. Im Irin Ö. UU 111 The Republican Is tbe Best Paper In tüe County. CORRESPONDENCE. LINKVILLE ITEMS The organ has been purchased and placed in the Shiloh church. Mrs, Swihart, of Wamvr, is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Sherman Miller and wife spent Satur ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

1 o pu Oil iTecoRiers otiice -liio VOLUME 45. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1901. NO- 38 r Re outo CS, riy. mi IN A TRAP. CI r..lL E nni (trnVs f Lightning. Chicago, July 2. Six boys and five men were instantly killed shortly afternoon yesterday by a lightning bolt that struck an old pier near the foot of Marquette terrace, a stone's throw from the Lake-view water-works and a short distance north of the ma rine hospital. The victims rang ed in age from 12 to 45 years. When the terriffic storm broke over Chicago the lads and men sought refuge under a zinc roofed shelter at the end of the pier nearest the shore. A party of twelve was crouching in the nar row space when the bolt of light ning stmck the roof. Eleven were instantaneously killed. The twelfth one, Willie Anderson, had a marvelous escape from the fate of his companions. He was made unconscious by the shock, but f el underneath the others. He re vived in a few minutes, and call ed for help. The bodies of all the victi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

The Republican, WM. G. HNDR1CKS, Editor ud Proprietor. O 'FICK n Bissels Block, Corner Center and LaPorte Streets. Ktcxed at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post OSes Socond-ULsss Matter. SU 38CRIPTION: One Year 12.00: Six Month tl.OOt 2 Three Month 50c, delivered at any post once, xi paid one year in advance, H.5Ü.- P mouth Ind., July 4, 1901. .PARS IXC ÄY VS PRODIGALITY. Now '.na a beginning is to be made in paving the principal streets ofPJymouth, unless an injunction should unfortunate ly be interposed, it behooves all the peo ple to interest themsel7es in eeeing that the work is properly done. It would be most regrettable if the mistakes from which other cities have suffered should be repeated here. - A cheap job may sa a little outlay in the first instance, , it will inevit ably cost much more i an a good job io the and. True economy lies between parsimony on the one side and prodigal ity on the other, and economy is always productive of the best and least disap pointing results. Besid...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

ECHO OF A BANK FAILURE It President Tora I)aj Marries a Girl from LouUviile. New York, July 1. Kilfwr Knssell Thomas, who was rrresitlriit of the Sev enth National hank for a day, and Miss Unda Lee, of Louis ?lle, Ky., were ( : JL . .-Ii V v, rl.v..-.T srj,f ' E. K. THOMAK- , married Saturday evening at the home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. W. 15. Dick, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were to have leen married at Louisville Saturday, Tmt the brUlefrrooin's father and the "bride's mother took ill, and then came the bank failure. The result of the last Avas to make It impossible for Thomas to leave this city. So he sked the now Mrs. Thomas by tele graph if slie would come to New York, since he could not po to Louisville, and she replied that she would and 5he did. En route her father dislo cated his right shoulder, and his arm was In a sling it the wedding. OUT OF THE JAWS OF DEATH Tteirvkable Fact Connected "with the Aw f ful Jobattown Dltuter. Springfield, O., July 1. At the time of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. IIENDIUCKS, Sdltor ana Proprietor. O .'FICK n if Bell's Block, Corner Center nd LaPor.e Streets. I Kredit the Plymouth, Indian, Post Office Öeccad-Claee Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year tlOO; Six Month 11.00; J Three Months 50c, delivered at any post oSce. If paid one year in advance, $1.00.- s Pimouth Ind., July 4, 1301. JUDGE WOODS He Died Suddenly in Indianapolis Mon day Midnight Indianapolis, June 11. Judge AVill iam A. Woods, of the United States circuit court, died suddenly last night while lying abed in his apartments at the Delano, on East Michigan street. Death came a few seconds past m id tight. The judge had Lot been feel ing -well in the early par: of the even ing, tut paying little heed to the sick ness passed the matter over lightly lind prepared to retire. About mid night, however, h? spoke to bis wife and declared that sharp pains had JUDGE WOODS. seized Lim in the left breast, in the chest and in the shoulders. lie pro tested against her calling...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, Editor ad Proprietor. GTAdvertisements to appear iD The Republican must be in before Tuesday noon to insure their appearance in the 3sue cf that week. Plymouth, lnd. July 4, 7901. ' LOCAL. T.Z3. CI) de ßennet epent the Fourth with his parents. v Mr. and Mre. Harry Lackey are visit ing relatives at Chicago. H, Fogeleocg and family will 6pend this week at Pretty lake. Joseph Ellis has returned from his Tieit at Kewanna und Wanatah. Mrs. S. W. Jacoby and eon and daughter are visiting in Bourbon. Mrs. Nelson Rodgers and children are visiting relatives at Ft, Wayne. Mishawaka citizens are petitioning for more pavement and they want asphalt. An unusual amount of cement side walk is beiDg laid in this city this Eea eon, Mies Elizabeth II. Pierce, of Laporte. formerly cf this city, is here visiticg this week, Mr, and Mrs. M. Miller of Logansport are visiting relatives in Plymouth and Ticinity. Mrs. J. A- Cornwell, of St.Loui3. Mo., is here the guest of her ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

Angus Gorbly's Captivity C A Storv of Earlv Indian Lira and ----- - Northwest of the BY A WRITER OF MARSHALL COUNTY. J (Continuation) Chapter ii. THE APPRENTICESHIP And thus three awful years passed by, with scarce a ray of hope, of comfort or of sympathy, and Angus, whose health was wonderfully maintained, grew to be a strapping, handsome lad of twelve, always industrious and attentive to his duties, but wear ing" an air of sadness that gave his features a curiously attract ivo old and sober character. He was so accustomed to his daily jneed of abuse, and hard labor tUat it 1)6 longer wdiv üpöti bim at first and his secret grief was unsuspected, like the life longsilent mourning of a mother for the loss of a darling child. He grew in intelliffence,also. and ho managed to get hold of a book occasionally and thus in a measure supplied the lack of schooling. The merchant con gratulated himself on having made a profitable . investment when he secured the blue-eyed, sandy-haired little ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HODRlCgS, Editor mmd Prf?prlttor, "Advertisement to appear in Tha Republican must bg in before Tu6ßday coon to insure their appearance in tba 3sue cf that week. Plymouth, Ind., July 4, 19 OL r- i.gcal z:txs. Etta Railsback went to Argos to visit ber grandfather, Wm. Railsback. Carriage licence vere i?u?d to C'de McDonougb. and Sophia Eshelman. Mrs. C. M, Ruhman, of Chicago, id visiting her parents, .Mr. acd Mrs. Levi Lauer. Jamea A, Loan lost a valuable horse by death Thursday. The cause of death w&b tetanus, commonly railed lockjaw. A. W. Bate9, of Warsaw, hasjust com pleted 220 feet of cement side walk for C. Fisher and 102 feet for Calvin Kliog er. Henrietta and Anna WahmhotT of Delphos, Ohio, who have been visiting Miss Dolly Eich, went to Mishawaka Friday. The ga9 well at Argos still burns acd the business meo are proceeding quietly io arrange for a thorough exploration of the field.. Marriage licenses were isssued to. Jacob Means and Arizona Itedicge...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 4 July 1901

ed here with Dr and Mrs. D. Weiser, East Side Mich. St. I O Appetit Suggests (groceries COERESPONDENCE. Which Suggests Pban 60 Don't Contract for fear Bindet? Toiine Until You Have Gotten Prices From SUCK ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for .their iFine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYUOUTH. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Full Line Of Frames For Crayon Work And Do The Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS . of all Kinds ki on Tap at The When Grocery. Don't Walk Around when you -can buy a Good Bicycle f ir little money sit . Firestone's Harness Shop. TRY ONE! The best judges pro nounce the the Finest 5 cent Cigar in Plymouth. J. E. HlililS The Famous lerghoff leer on draught or 1 p. bottle at John C. Ifahn's Sanpte Rao a, 105 M. Michigan St. n lflRior nr J Jllu 0 u I ALL KINDS TTurniture, Baggies, " Etc., by an expert at Jllnggenberg &Cullison. TUB Republican is the Best Paper In the Cv ity. DONALDSON. The social at this place was decidedly a buccess financially. Lora JSherlacd, of Chicago, i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

o 11 rTOl TTTi VOLUBLE 45. Recorders office lTfebOl PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 11. 1901. NO. 34 OFFICERS ACCUSED TWENTY-FIVE HUrtf i INSANITY TRUST" BOOM FOR MENZIES G0LDBUGS IN BLEEDING KANSAS WRECKED Governor Whitmarsh Under Serious Charges. Passenger Train Side-swiped by Switch Engine. Investigation by the Grand Jury at Indianapolis. Southern Indiana Democrats Talk of the Popular Vernonite for Governor. Control Ohio Democratic State Con vention. Depression on Ever)' Side Due to Aw ful Drought Two Men Instantly Killed and Other Injured Fatally. r JJ T TrSYT f Tl 11 ir3 ri w uL -LL V XL J-L -LL "V- Vl VJLL J t 1 i t t . i': I si ) Manila, July 9, The United States Philippine commission has ordered H. Phelps Whit marsh, the Governor of Benguet province, to come to Manila and submit to an investigation, ow ing to the allegation that he has been using his position to his personal advantage, in acquir ing land and mining rights from the natives He is at present charged with indi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

The Republican. VTmTo. HENDRICKS, Cdltor aad Proprietor. f OFFICE in Bissell Block. Conner -Ce wer Mi Laporte Street. i Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office Second-Class Maber. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year a Advance &. Months 75 cents; three MotdtMuo ; centsi 11 e red at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., July 11. 1901. TJae little flare-up between it he. two rival' democratic editors of rthis city seems to have subsided as suddenly as it arose and each appears to satis fied j&nce he has read ;the other .out of the party. The old war . horse of the Democrat sharply rebuked the insolence of the youB.g pretender of theludepend ent, but did it with so much -calm dignity that the queer little ünan took it for iiu compliment and nestled tdown like arretted kitten. Mr. 31c JXmald willfhave to get back into his old form amU-call names if he want :to produce aiiy. impression on lüs pre sumptuous rival. In one column last week the Yy rnnuth Democrat :$aid that the trusts, relying on r...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

CIRCUS HIT HARD A Tornado at Grand Island, Neb.. Scat tercd Gentry's Show every which way. Grand Island, Xeb., July 5 A tornado struck Hall county yesterday : afternoon, causing great destruction to property and possibly loss of life. In this city Gentry's circus was wrecked and twelve persons injured, two of whom may die, Most of the injured are coun try people who came to town to attend the Fourth of July cele bration and the circus. ' The storm made an utter wreck of the circus, part of the property be ing scattered over a space twenty miles long by two miles wide. Cages containing animals were overturned and many valu able ponies killed. One cage of monkeys was rolled a distance ot two miles, passing through wire fences and out-houses in its wild flight. Every animal was killed and the wheels torn from the cage. - The storm broke from a prac tically clear sky, and a few mo ments before the sun was shining brightly . and not a breath of air was stirring. The mercury stood 109 in ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

fhe Republican. WM, O. HENDRICKS, OFFICE in Bissel! Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. Entered at the Plymouth. Indiana, Post Office as Second-Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents, de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth Ind., July 11, ' 901. W0R3E THAN GHOULS. One of the most repugnant forms of "graft" ever developed in this or any state is the so-called insanity trust new beinar probed at Indianapolis. A justice of the peace, a police surgeon a couple of internes in the city hosi tal and a female attendant appear as the leading members of a combine that for many months has enjoyed fat pickings in the fees of insanity in quests, the victims being pror people who called at the hospital for free treatment. Thev were railroaded to the asylum at the rate of one a day "Billy" Loekman, the justice in volved, is a notorious republican pol itician of , the capital, concerning whom much that is uncomplimentary might be said, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

The Republican WM. G. HENDRICKS, Cdltr d Proprlttor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must te in before Tuesday noon to Insure their appearance in the issue of that week. Plymouth, lna. Julf l , ivui. LOCAL NEWS "Wheat threshing began this week. The Pennsylvania pay car is due here July 19. . Mr. Tetters, of South Bend, spent Sunday in this city. Miss Bessie Long has returned iwm her visit at Fort Wayne. J. Madison Keyser spent Sunday in this city with his family. The painters have commenced work on the Schlosser creamery. Bev. Jeffries,who has been quite ill the past month, is improving. Miss Emma Yockey returned Tues day from a short visit to Tyner. Prof. Baldwin and wife, of New London, arc visiting at the home of Bev. Jeffries. Ilerrman Alleman is constructing a substantial new walk on his Walnut street property. Art Young, who has been visiting relatives and friends in this city, re turned to South Bend Sunday. Balph Mattingly left Tuesday to at tend the national ' c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

BULLS FOUGHT IN OMAHA Many Women Fainted and Officers of the Humane Society Occupied Front Seatj. Omaha, Neb.. July 5. The first of two dozen bull fights arranged by the South Omaha Festival com mittee was witnessed yester day by 10,000 persons. In every detail the spectacle was about what the average person expect ed who had read details of the Spanish fights, with the excep tion that no horses were gored and the ferocious bulls, which the agile toreadors provoked to a frenzy, were not killed. The hairbreadth escapes, the snort of pain, and wild dash On the part of the bulls to destroy their tormentors, were in evi dence, and several times the ma tador dashed in and laid his sword over the neck of the frantic ani mal, just to show how he would . dispatch the wild, plunging brute were it not for the presence of the sedate-looking humane so ciety officials, who occupied a prominent position in boxes. The understanding of the public was that the officials would attend the first fight,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

The Republican. WM. O. HENDRICKS, I Editor and Proprietor. Advertisements to appear in THE REPUB LICAN must be in bfore Tuesday noon to Insure their appearance in the Issue of that week. Plymouth, Ind.. July 77. I $01. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Charles Beckneil spent the Fourth at South Bend. The Adams express office is adorned with a fresh coat of paint. Miss Ida Johnson of Valparaiso is the guest of Miss 2sora Rodders. Mrs. C. P. Drummond went to Chi cago Friday for a visit of three weeks. Sidney Becker, of Chicago, celebrat ed the Fourth with his boyhood friends here. John AVeireiter and wife, of Chi cago, spent the Fourth with relatives in Hvmouth. m Mrs. L. Lamson and daughter, Maud, spent the Fourth in Bourbon with relatives. Among the old Plymouth boys who sought quiet here for the Fourth was Eugene "Welch. Frank Xicolay has disposed of his barber business in Chicago and return ed to Plymouth. - Miss Bertha Scott of Feru spent theFourth in this city with her sister, Mrs. Ed Ilillsman. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 11 July 1901

it An Apptit Suggests Groceries Which Suggests JACOX Phon 60 Don't Contract for four Binder Tuiine Until You Have Gotten Prices From BUCK. ALL FARMERS know they get the Best Prices for their Fine Fat Stock AT TURNER'S, PLYMOUTH. III. SUCCESSOR TO E. ROTZIEN A Fall Line Of Frames For Crayon "Work And Do The Work Myself. PICNIC GOODS of all Kinds Now on Tap at The When Grocery. Don't Walk Around when you can buy a Good Bicycle for little money ät. Firestone's Harness Shop. TRY ONE! The best judges pro nounce the II ft the Finest 5 cent Cü?ar in Plymouth. J. H. BUIllS tfakar. The Famous Eerghoff Beer on draught or in bottle at John C. Ifahn's Cample floom, 105 N. Uicbigan St. ALL KINDS FurnUjLire, Buggies, Etc., by an expert at RinggenDerg & Collison. I The Republican is tüe Best Far,:? in the re m I MIÜ.IUUI ling COEKESPONDENCE. DIXON LAKJB RIPPLES. , James Logan's horse was very sick last week. Hubert Hughes spent the Fourth at Bourbon. AVm. English and family visited at Henry Ya...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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