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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 June 1902

Laid Up for Sixteen Weeks. St. Jacobs Qtl and Vogeler'a Cur ative Compound Cured Him. " I have been a great sufferer from Rheu matism T'lny twarl 1 VH lairl tjn wir! Rheumatic Kever for nine weeks in 1894, and again for sixteen (16) weeks in 1896. I tried many mercines I saw advertised and others I was recommended; finally I was induced to take Vogeier's Curative Compound, which lid me more good than all other medicines. In fact, I feci quite a different man since I have been taking the Compound. All my neighbors and friends are quite surprised to lee me about and looking so well. I can only say that Vogeier's Curative Compound taken internally and by using St. Jacobs Oil outwardly acted like magic In my case. I had been taking medicines for years without obtaining benefit, but Vogeler s has practi cally cured me. I have recommended Vog tler'a Curative Compound to a lot of my tcquaintances, and they tell me that it has worked wonders. " Wishing you every success in the sale of our V...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 12 June 1902

Rid-PMver- Prospector 14 431 Vol. ii. ) vM'tAMf Bvtrp Thuntdrntf at Bd .iviw, Tmo County, Mmo Mtadmt. VAwmtrtn c. btkvbns. PUBiiiBnracB Entered u Seeend-Claee Matter at the Red RWer, New Meaieo, Poatoffice. RATES OF H 0 BHC II I IT I O N . Weakly, pet year 1 60 Weekly, six months 75 Weakly, three months.. 40 LOCAL. Dave Hooson ypfterdy. wae in Quette, The franklin Placer ha put on mote new men this week. Strangers on our streets, are be coniing quite common these days. The Havana Hose is the name of that popular oignr tit the Post- cfp.oe. G"ori?' Wal terfHcame over from Twining Batnrday return i us; Sun day. Glomn Pcirl, Louie Linsday end .leFsc McColutri vinited' I'wining iHi Wt ek. .lesue, Muriel M.iVStelU Youni; nre over from Twiniiuja their 1 1 n 1 1 ' friends. Dr. ti .. lHlf wr eVotcrt school director nt Eliziibethtowu, set Wtst-ll by a large mi.jmity. Retnembai thi Union Sunday Mchuul. It mt ets Prv KUhlial Ii nioentng al 10' m m .h. the acbuo huiitiinir. Win. P. Burns anil'f...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 26 June 1902

if RIVER PROSPECTOR. RE 11 I Tft RliD KTVBR, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY JNOESf. 1902, B. C. ABBOTT & Co. Successors to thf New Mexico Demands State toodof the rt,k Congress. General VIei-eliarL(iiBe AN! Miners :S ,0 ,p PICKS RI6M1 . PLIES TBMS CASH. It-may Governor William J. Bryan of Nebraska. WASHINGTON LKTTEJi. ISM ANfW MEXICO. IHsiow Rear Afhitiral Tlmrles E. Clark ot the United States Nuvev. Tile BritB are worrying .more overtke-ouicome of tho South Afri can wr then the Boers do themselves. THE RED RIVER STORE ot HEADQUARTERS FOR CROCKS U ) MINERS' SUPPLIF.S. MAY AND GRAIN- Wines, Lipuors and Tobaccoes, LOUIS MARC AT I. Senator Quay, one of the Re publican leaders of the Senate, is doinpsome good work for .ew Mexico The Gold Bug wing of the Democratic party, are again in the saddle. It looks as if they were dictating the wording of most of the Democratic platforms this year. Special Corresponrdenco. All hope of passing a law auth orizing reciprocity with Cuba at this...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 26 June 1902

Red River Prospector. hi m i; I . Ii. NEW MEXICO. Strange anil Nicaragua. It romps from I tranquil. At last accounts It waa raining heav ily at Dawson, but it was not raintnc Cold. , Money doesn't grow on trons. hut It ems to develop pretty rapidly In Oil tanks. In Sweden there is a strike for uni versal suffrage. That is a cause worth striking- for. Hetty Green could afford to pay somebody to tench her how to be hap py, though Immensely rich. Prominent among the hideositles of the season may lie mentioned also the fashionable demy fit of 1 !02. Alcohol automobiles should make a wlft race, but think of the possibili ties of thrir tinlsh In the gutter! It is graiiiying to And that the im petuous Santns-Dumont can find time to hold still and be photographod. A man named Consider fllajs died In Boston a f vt days ago. Let us hope that St. Peter haB favorably done so. Four million cases of eggs are stored in New York, and the probability is that a good many of them are very bad cases. T...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 26 June 1902

BEHIND THE SCENES Dy HAROLD DEAN Copyright. 1C0S by Pally Story Publlablng Company Fnnnle had dreamed of going on the ttage as long as she rould remember since the 'flrst time she wag taken to the theater and sat prim and proper between hrjr parents. The lights, the music, the wonderful panorama back of the footlights, the applause, the contagious enthusiasm all appealed to her fervent Imagination and left an Indelible mark. She had sought every opportunity to go and had reveled In dreams of one day emerging from these mysterious wings and bowing before an applauding multitude. At first she kept her ambition secret, but as she grew Into young woman hood it slipped out little by little. Her mother frowned, her father laughed, and her brother teased her. But It made no difference, excepting to strengthen her desire. And now she actually was going to lnvado that wondrous realm yclept the green room. Oh, bliss! Oh. Joy! Of course papa and mamma and brother Ned would be furiously angry I...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 26 June 1902

d --;jr ISo to. IProsDector Vol. II. li'-tit'.ed Fvery THurtday at Red Hu . TaoCrty, New Mexico. r AKKosrr c. stevehs. Priw.rsHER Entered m .Secetrdcflnwi fntter nt the Red River, New Mexficov Pbtiofrlf e. I 1 M . RATES OF HUBsCHIPI tOX Veekly, per yesr $i..r0 W eekly, six months 75 Weekly, three months 40 B. J. Twining. Bigaw is wrer from The miners wfe Twining will hnve a drilling contest the Fourth . Abe ScragR of the Wamsly Toll Bridge, is visiting in town, to day. The June Bag mill made a tml run, last Saturday, of some of the Homestake ore. LOCAL. Trout fishing is quite the rage these days. The speckle beauties ae bitting quite lively. Grovie O. Snow, the popnlar postoffice clerk at Twining, was a visitor in Red River, Saturday and Sunday . Did you ever see fTrrer Weathar Jesse MirCollnm is wortetn in! 1he Boarding house at Twining. TV. l. Cauuon. family and Grandpa Phipps was over from the Mountain View ranch, Sunday visiting friends and relatives. TAOS NEWS. From ?o ' t. t ....

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 November 1902

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR VOL. TIL RED 1UVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THLR3DAY NOVEMBER 27. 11 102. NO 15. WOllOS FORPUBUCATION. Tolled Ktalr Land Offlee, Mania Fu, Nnw Mxloo, July. It 102. Wotioe of Application for United Stales Paleit Hotice is hereby given .ut 1'iik Taos ,ol I) ,imm, & MILLING COMPANY, a corporation duly organized and exist ing under the laws or trie state of Colo rado nii.i duly authorized.uiider the Laws of tbe Territory of New Mexico to do buniw in eid Territory, nud whose piiuciu.il place of i ! . aud postof- tlee addieBB iu said Territory la . EUza bethtnwu, in the County of Colfax, In aid Ten uory, has made application for Uniud Slates patent for the black ' Copper irroup of lode mining claims Survey. No 11W5, coBBitlng of the black Copper lode, covering 487.3 ft. N. 73 41' W. an 1012.7 t S 73 41' E- from the point of discovery ; Wold Garner lode, covering 500 ft. S. 26 43' VV. and i 808 ft. N. 26- 43'K. from pulut of discov ery; black I topper No. 2 lode, ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 November 1902

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, V x . NEW MEXICO. Trolley tars continue to be Mfor than dirigible balloons. Now It la the Georgl Pobiedonoat Mft that has staggered humanity. Hard coal la not satlsBed with being luxury It wants to be a curiosity. "Why are Dlv OpeaY" asks a New York paper. Open (or business prob ably. The first piano was made 200 years ago. But people didn't live iu flats them. Now it Is asserted that there is so open polar sea. It Is not, however, a closed incident. He la a proud football hero who can how to his credit a touchdown and a ompound fracture. Duke Boris" brother Cyril is also oming to America to drink cham pagne out of a slipper. The Americanization of Europe con tinues. A man was lynched in a Bohe mian village the other day. On. TJrlbe-Urlbe has been dis lodged at Teneriffc; didn't pay his dues or else he lost his grip. Millionaire Stratton was embar rassed by riches, and his estate Is now mbarrasscd with administration. Russia has begun to evacuate Man...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 November 1902

wmmm BACKACHE. araB ufl Backache is a forerunner and one of the most common symp toms of kidney trouble and womb displacement. READ MISS BOLLMAN'S EXPERIENCE. " Some time ago I was in a very weak condition, my work made me ! nervous and my back ached frightfully all the time, and I had terrible head aches. ' My mother got a bottle of Lydla K. Pinkham! Vegetable Com pound for me, and it seemed to strengthen my back and help me at ! once, and I did not get so tired as before. I continued to take it, and it brought health and strength to me, i ami I want to thank you for the : good it has dono mo." Miss K atb i Boixman, ltnd St. A Wales Ave., i New York City. tBOOO forfait If original of about letter proving genuinenets cannot bo produced. Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable I Compound cures because it is the grvn test known remedy for kidney and womb troubles. Every woman who is puzzled about her condition should write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass, and tell her all. Month on Everything You ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 27 November 1902

291 Prospector Vol. III. ed Every Thuraday nt lied , Too County, Kew Mtxie.n. FKRMONT C. HTKVI.NK Pl'HLlHHKR Entered a Secoinl-Cla-s M;ittr nt the fctd River, New Mexico, PostotTTee. RA'iESOF SlTBHCRIPrrON. Weekly, per year $1.50 Weekly, six monthn 75 Weekly, three months 4H) LOCALS. Be tnanknfnl . Turkwyn nre roosting htfto. For vegitaliles, pp Dave Hooson. Are yon going courting next Week. Distriet conit will he t Tuos, next week . in session Ja.cH: Conley was a visitor in Quests, the past week. Remember the prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, A. R. Bffnnby, assignee of Juan Bantistevan, of Taos, has paid 50 per cent of the indebtedness. ft B.1 Ciitnptlon, ii working the assessment on the Silva, near the Jayhawk, and he reports it looking better. Mr. Biirney of Seattle, n in camp visiting his old friend, J. E. Kirk of the Cashier Mining and Milling Company at Anchor. 8. A. Bonefield, who has spent the pust nine years in the Klondike 18 in camp, examining the mining interest in...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 December 1902

1 (7 RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. VOL. HI- LiKD ftlVEB, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY DECEMHEU 4. 1902. NO K ngi :a fo. ilhli cation, j eal wiu t . ! cation, A j i in i hi j. i Un-bMl Hlates Lnd Office, Hants "U lop, m... Fh, Mew M.x.cn, July. 11 1802. j jJJ Notice ot Aiiptlrailot: for IJ ill twi II. .C. M, Stiitea Patent Malice is hereby given .imi. Iiik i'aos Gold .iiimno ft ,iu.i.i.o Company, A corporation! tfoly ui g.iniz--.u stud exist ing Under the laws ol di.' ! t. u- oi i olo rsaoau duly authorised u ider i in L iwb of (be territory ot New Mexico to do bUBlcess in said petitory, ntiu whose pmicipal place of businerc and pnstof 11c.' addieas in Haid Territory is Klr.a fcethtown, in the County of Colfax, in said Terntoty, has made application for a Unilid States patent for ihe lilack Conoet uroup f lode turning cluiuis Survey No 1116, coiisiiing of the Black Copper lode, covering 487.3 It . N ii. ' 111,1 7 tt 7'l IP P. t Mining Mexic pi A K I II I and scribe 4!" 43' W. A api and ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 December 1902

Red River Prospector. RED RIVER, t K NEW MEXICO. An eccentric man la one who does foollah things, but has money. Restored health to the Hon. Wil liam F. Cody. We couldn't spare Buf falo BUI. The house of a Mr. Arson of Brook lyn burned down last Friday. It look auspicious. If the leggy Belgian hare Is to suj plant the steer as !ood, now la his time to butt in. A turf note declares that Acefull has gone lame; probably ran against a straight flush. When pneumonia went against Rus aell Sage it was like a roll of butter ticking a brick wall. Many an honor graduate Is forgot ten while yet the glory of the burly halfback is undlmmed. The Panama hat craze went through the first frost In fairly good shape. It will take snow to cure it. Who will be the first society belle to come out with a rope of anthracito nuggets around her neck? That Wisconsin man who married a deaf and dumb girl the other day prob ably had been married before. Peace hath her victories no less re nowned than war. One of...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 December 1902

"I was about to suggest, Mr. Crane, that " "That reminds me of a little Inter change of courtesies which took place between Barry Hullivan, the great English actor, and Manager Buckley of the Baldwin theater, San Francisco, on the opening of that house by Sul livan's company. I was member of the company and was ptandlng on the stage the afternoon before the open ing, when the dialogue between the two occurred. Buckley was a pom pous and conceited mat,, and Sullivan took a great dislike to him from the start. " 'This,' said Buckley, looking around the beautiful house and speak ing In a moEt patronizing manner, 'this is the third theater I have opened.' " 'Then he stopped and looked at Sullivan to. see what effect the an- He Renews His Thanks. noUncement would have on him. But Sullivan looked him straight in the eyes. "'Indeed, sir," said Sullivan, 'and how many have you closed?' "Mr. Crane will you " "Tell you about 'Jimmy' Powers? V'hy, I called on 'Jimmy' one after noon and asked h...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 December 1902

Red River Prospector. mm RIVER, NEW MEXICO. i a.j .- m SOB ROSA. A man thinks he knows, but a Woman knows better. No Image maker worships the gods; be knows of what they are made. It Is surprising how easy it hm to get something one doesn't tut Men with high Tolces always think that basBo singing is their special forte. When you feel like finding fanlt with some one practloe 00 yourself charity heglns at home. If men must flirt let them play with the affections of a coquette rather than a wall flower. How many courtships hare ended In marriage that have begun with game of pinochle or crlbbage? It Is the widower or bachelor of 35 who cordially appreciates the woman who studies the comforts of home. A man Is never so awakened to the charms of a woman as when other men are showing their appreciation of her. 80 few women realize the vital dif ference between being a part of a man's happiness and merely a part of his pleasure. When a man starts to teach a girl '"tlher of these pastimes, ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 December 1902

MADE DEITY OF SOLDIER. Gen. Nicholson Worshiped by Vie- lager of the Punjab Though only now steps are being tardily taken by his countrymen to erect a monument to Gen. Nicholson, that hero of the Indian mutiny la as sured of remembrance outlasting that which any bronze or marble can give, for he has been enshrined In the folklore or mythology of India. None ever attained a higher Ideal .of an Englishman than brigadier General John Nicholson, and to the people of India he -.vas the model of a man and a soldier. Their devotion to him In his life passed Into adoration on his death. As Nikal Seyn he is actually worshiped in some villages of the Punjab, and both there and over the northweat border his heroic deeds and noble life are sung to this day. "Ahl! Nlkal Seyn Is dead he died before Delhi! Lances of north take vegeance for Nikal Seyn," It! the be ginning of the walling recitation which will carry his name to pos terity. New York Commercial Adver tiser. "AIN'T IT THE TRUTH?" Jack P...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 December 1902

f?od River Prospector Vol. nr. Pat Mnher is in Evatiston, Wyo. l'ted Every Thumdny at Red .!-, Taot County, New Mr.xico. VRVMCT&T O. STKVFN8. Prni.tPurMt Enter v S" nd-Clu Kilter n Red River. New Mexico. lV,tofnce. John Lncanicho visited Raton, last wppk. A. M. EwinK vie town this wek. Ktizalietli- Horton lie and Bvi spent a day or two in week . rette limns NOTICE KOIl PUBLlCATiOB implication N0.123. JJL-. ;TT TI Work will Bidwill tnnne week. at rpsnniPd on m at. Homitite, next RATES OF sua 'JRIPTION. Weekly, per year $1.50 j Wetkly, six montr, 75 j Eli! .t&town 1 t-kly, threa months 40 It is repf rti'd thd dpt. Snwll has made a !?20,0'0 mining salo at LOOM For verr'tnWfs, (W Lg theso day, ivc Hooson. busy freh- Reriondior the prayer meeting; erery Wednesday eveniCR, T. A. Melann is developing tlie "Wild Cat np Pioneer oeek. Uncle Steve Block of nut Cnriotmaa. haa ordered a lnru i and candies tor W. V. Gomiv is busy these days developing the Share Thing miu lDg property up B...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 December 1902

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. OL. HI. iiED K1VEU, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY DECEMBER 11 11)02. NO 17 NOliaE.fGRPUIlLlCA now. Unit! RtftlM Land Gill. Santa F, Hew Mexico, July. 1 1 1902. Notice uf Applinaiior: for United Htttfvs HuiaM Notice is hereby given iiimu I nr. Taos Jold Mining & Mili.im (o.miwnv, a corporation duly oiyauiz w .i o exist ing under t lit; laws of the .-.tale oi olo redoand duly authorized u Qr lie Lws of the Territory of Xev Mexujt lo do business in said Territory, i no whose puuclpal place of biisineps and peel of fice address tn said Territory is ICIiza btthtowu, in the County of I'-olfat, in sa'd TeriUory, has made application for . United Siales patent fur 'hi Black Copper (iroup of lode mum claluis Suivey No 11 IB, cousiiingof the Black Copper lode, covering iHl.'.i.i. S. 73 41' W. and 101V.7 ft S 73 41' B from the point of discovery; Bold (ranter lode, covering WO ft S. 20 4:!' VV. and 'v.is ft. N. 26- 43' K. from point of discov er) ; Black ropper No...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 December 1902

Red River Prospector. WDD RIVER, i i NEW MEXICO. in a woman's privilege to enanfc her mind, even when she promise! to obey. The grip germ has made lta annual reappearance and la playing to big business. It Is simply wasting a man like Hr. Wu to take him back to China and hold him there. It appears probable that President Castro will have to do It all over again. So tiresome! It is difficult to persuade yourself that a man is a liar when he says Bice things about 7011. There is nothing small about Mon tana, where a man Is accused of of fering a bribe of 12.500,000. Religious conditions In Chicago must be peculiar when a clergyman's mind turns to the Invention of a bullet-proof vest. Sir Thomas Upton Is going to horten the Shamrock. She will be short enough at the conclusion of the race. The Women's Federation at Toledo discussed the Ideal woman. Can't tell you anythluj about It until the model arrives. New Jersey should change her coat of arms and should adopt as the cen terpiece of ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 December 1902

ARTILLERY THAT 18 INVISIBLE. Interesting Experiment Made by the British War Office. An Interesting experiment, the Idea of a military officer, has been tried at Aldevshot, by which It Is hoped to ren der artillery Inconspicuous against all kinds of backgrounds. A battery of six guns, with their limbers, was j.alnted rainbow fashion with streaks of red, blue and yellow, the whole blending, at a littte distance, Into a coufused mass that rendered each gun difficult to locate whatever Its sur roundings might be. At 800 yards the outline of the gun Is lost, while at a thousand it harmonizes with trees, open grass land, sandy plains or broken country. At a trial the guns were placed In position on the eastern slopes of the hills, and the artillery officers at Aldershot were invited to try and locate them from the western lopes at a distance of about 3,000 yards. Although all knew the direc tion in which the guns were, none succeeded'' in finding them all, even with strong glasses. A sect...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 December 1902

Prospector Vol. III. ltf'lied Every Thursday at lied ) 7Vio C ounty. New Mexico.' yui:foNT n. htkvenk. Pt'BMRHKR Enters-' Sonond-CI.-tss Mutter nt Uir 1 River. New Mexico, PostolBce. RATF.1 OK HI'RHCRTPTTON . Weekly, per year 81.C0 Pl Weekly, six months 75 Weekly, three months 40 Outsat the postoflice. El. Wi dor return ' 1 from Taos fctet Friday. For vegitables, see Dave Hooson. George Mallet.te is working the tssessment on the May lode. Remember the prayer meetim every Wfilresdny evening, O. L. Mallette has beep work ing or the Carlo the past week. B. J. Young has a force of men at wr.rk on the Last Chance mill 5t claim u y Pioneer. R. vV. Penn and Fred Melson is working the assessment on the Oiai.ge loile helow town. Fine popcorn at the postoflice. Dave Hooson was a witness 1 -foie the district court. A. SC. E. vini,- has m ved uptown from the June Bug mill. L. F. Hamblen, theQuesta mr chimt, attended court at Taots, last Week. Fresh candy at the Postoflice. Miss Bessie Linsd ly ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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