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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 July 1903

r ;i i MOUNTAINS OF HORNS. T anil Tons a( Them Are Kent Iran Argentine lo Europe for fer tilising I'nraoaas, Twenty years ago the principal valut nf the witilo of Argentine lay In thclt hides ami loncf. All thin ha chRngei vow, and thr totintry I18H entered ttpot meat production on' n large scale, and tho old. long-horned, halt wild cattle have given way to herds of Shorthorn THOL'SANU TONS OF HORN?. grades. The traffic In the bones of rattle gathered in tho f-rtat ranges of the country was once Important, and it it not yet ended. These bones arc shipped to England and used mainly In the manufacture or fertilizers. Tho picture Is from a photograph taken In n bone yard at Rosario and represents part of a pile composed of horns alone, the whole pile containing more than l.OAij tons of horns. Orange Judd Far tner. ROADS AND SCHOOLS. Improved lllrlwnr 1'onlrlbute Mn terlallr t thr I'roiire of Itnritl Kilncnllim. The farmers of east Tennessee ore n roused on the subject of road Improve m...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 18 July 1903

W5ATI0N StlLM'uX -Summer Clearance Sale Commencing. Friday, July 10, and ending Monday, August 10. 0000000000O0000040000 000000 This Sale will be a General Closiner-out of all Summer Wear of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats and Shoes at Prices that will make them move off. We will also make Large Reductions on our two- and three Horse Blount, Rose Clipper, Scotch Clipper, Vulcan Steel and Chilled Plows. We have an overstock of these Walking Plows on hand and don't want to carry them over until the next season. We are agents for the Victoria Sulky Plows, Made by the Vulcan Plow Co., which we guarantee to do satisfactory work, or you may return them after a fair trial. Examine these plows before buying elsewhere. Below we name you some prices that we will use during this sale, and you can readily see, by comparison of same brands and names of goods purchased of us heretofore, that we are far below regular selling prices but, as stated above, we want to close them out and they must g...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 July 1903

i T' if SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO.. JULY 25. 1903. No. 37 LETTER FROM HOT SPRINGS. Phil. Hafner Tells About the Famous Resort Boodler Lehmann Again Convicted The Proposed Re nomination of Polk for Circuit Attorney. Hot Srautoff, Awc.f July 18. 1003: i Having been absent from Beott county for mom than o week, I feel that I ought to be heard from. I am here' taking hot bath and drink ing hot water along with ten thous and other visitors. It hi cool and comfortable here. There in always a breese and cover is required at night. Dr. Freeling, of Benton, is also liere and hones to be restored to health. He has a wonderful appetite. This places me in rather an embar rassing position, because I arranged 'or the board and told the hotel keeper that the doctor could eat .lothlug Imt a little milk. I met Jim Nester, of Sikestou, fsterday. He is liegliinlng to get .sed to the place. Jim is very cor ,)ulsiit and ttiey tvll it on him ut the bath house that they can only butlie him by...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 July 1903

ft Skott County Ihkker, MUX. A. MAWtBH, r.MlsUsA TOPICS OF THE DAY. Ohio Sot Unclin-nrd. While the other slatco are holdlni hack, Ohio pushes to the front with a candidate for vice president In the per son ot Myron T. Herrlclc. The Tom ut Pntrlnllmtt. Still a nation which cheerfully suKen 10 much in the annual celebration ol lis national holiday cannot be as euscd of lacking patriotism. Rclm-en Two l'lrc. Anthracite coal fields have been discovered In Colorado equal in extent lo those of Pennsylvania. The Missis. Mppl valley will now bo betwcea two tires. lie WclKhn lliiiinnli. If statehood for Oklahoma can b PccompTlshed by n strong pull, the new territorial delegate, Mr. McGttlre. will le a very useful man. He Is six feet lull and weighs :'0i pounds. I'eluilt.v cl' KMiirlxlistinMltU'lS. Napoleon's Mattto at the world's fair will not be a very pretentious affair, but It will he all that any man deserves who was co shortsighted as to lako f lS.UOO.Oti') for the UuiMana purchase. Hap...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 July 1903

HOMEMADE BROODER. 4 Mint Thai I'iwm Mitfe Laic for Tali Seaenn, Bat la Worth HeMrmfeerlaa;. I send herewith description of a brooder we have uted three years and I know It to be all right. It does not C08t. rauch t0 make For 8 hundred chicks base measurement of two leet by four will be sufficient; for 200 chicks, three feet by six Is recommended. Two dollars and a half will buy the ma terial. Fig. 1 shows the outside and I think It Is so plain that it will need no ex. planatlon. Pig. 2 Is a cross-sectlon. "Heat is supplied by a lamp, L, over OUTSIDE OK UHOODKR. which is suspended on inverted box with a galvanized sheet Iron bottom, A, and. naving in its sides ventilating or gas holes. An Inch above the sheet Iron is platform, C, on which the chicks are placed, the space between forming a hot air chamber. B. Fresh air Is supplied by a shaft, H, and from the shaft passes Into the chamber, B, where It becomes heated and then rises through a warm air pipe, P, Into the brooder pen, P, P;...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 25 July 1903

aiaiaiaiaiaBaW ft ft I HI c 8C0TT COUNTY KICKER i J- It 5" 1 a u&Jf!?.?'.' port offliw In Ilrutnn. SIo., on wwotnttf II. Itw. m wcomlflnM mull mnttir, Fubllsrred at Denton, Mo., ovprv ATVRDAY BY -:- Pill!,. A. U.U'XKR. Babscription, 1.(10 Per Year. WHEN WILL IT COME? When will the time come when the people will select tho candidate to adorn the party ticket? Under ex feting conditions the rank and file of Ither party have little or nothing tt auy until lifter the nominating con ventions, and then they are told to support the ticket nnd "vote Vr straight." When a president, state otHcer or other high oMit-inl Is to lw,as the last favor on earth, that von elected, the men who are after ulll .mt InN-mmr mv man-,. ,,hi 1 His Last .Statement. Srlwtnl. "Prisoner nt tho Imr, have you anything to say why sentence of death shnll not bepawed upon you?'' A solemn hush fell over therrowded court room; not a whisper was heanl anywhere and the situation had be come painfully oppressive, when ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 August 1903

SCOTT COUNTY RICHER Vol. 2 BENTON, MO, AUGUST I, 1903. No. 2L-h- THE RING GETTING "SKEERY." Supreme Court Tries to Muzzle Country Press by Pun ishing Editors.--Gantt Invites Folk to Leave State. Evidently the State House Ring Is In a panic. The candidacy of Su preme Judge Oantt (or governor, and the punishing of country editors for contempt by the supreme court cnps the climax. It was Mr. Bryan who said that there Is a difference between con tempt of court and contempt for flubser vleut judge. And the Kicker agrees. This reminds me of Kelly and Can lion's "court" in Iteoton. After my little round in it three weeks ago Mr. Kelly said that Mayor Cannon hould hate fined me for contempt of court. I asked Mr. Kelly if he, or any other good citlsen, could urold having contempt for a drunken whiskey sot sitting as n magistrate to udminister Justice? Mr. Kelly has a way of hanging his head when he has no reply, and that is what he did in this case. After the experience of the past few years...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 August 1903

Scott County ftktor. ear. VHIU A. DENTON. HAVKKK, rmMtahMh JOMOCBl TOPICS OF THE DAY. A Oil I to Martyr, A Kentucky Jmtac proposes O call a grand Jury to Investigate 27 murders In Breathitt county, but ho may have some dlfticulry in finding 12 volunteer for martyrdom. The OtilrM McltioitUt Prearher. Rev. Ilyron Allien, of Streator, 111., who will bo 07 years old on November 5, Is the oldest Methodist minister In the world, being eight months older than Rev. Joseph Ayres. of Sidney, O., who has been called the oldest Meth odist mlnUtcr." Rev. Mr. Alden Is still ii forcible pulpit preacher and tills ap pointments occasionally. ItlURCHt Mure 111 llii' World. The blpf-csl store In I lie world under one roof Is In Moscow. It Is situated clo.c to the Kremlin, tinder the shadow of some of the oldest and holiest churches of that holy city. It Is a creat stone building with roofs of Iron and plas roverlivi at least 1M acres and rnibraelne l.nnn different business establishments. It cost $S,0...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 August 1903

HILLSIDE CULTIVATION. Am lilrn from wlcrlantThat Mlakl Be Modified for lae ia This Connie-, The cut, reproduced from a Swiss horticultural paper, shows how cultiva tion Is accomplished In Alpine vine r.rds where the land Is stacked up on ill edges. The anchoring machine is tht main feature Illustrated. The horse goei back and forth along the ridge and tht man nt the cultivator lias only togulclt his implement without I ho bother ol driving. Of course two men are needed In this onc-howe affair, and the culti vator goes back empty every lime, but labor Is relatively cheaper In the ln CL'L.TlVATIN'0 STKUP HILLSIDES. tcrlor of Kuropc than here. A boy could m image the motive power, and otherwise Inaccessible dopes of land, highly suit nblc for special crops can be well culti vated. The horse is considerable of I ntiltancc anyway on land closely plant ed with valuable fruit crops, howovei ncMssary he may be for extended agri cultural operations, and It Is possible tc itnnpinc come such c...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 1 August 1903

6- 5 pr, if SCOTT COUNTY KICKER Catered at the peit ofllrt la Benton, Mo., on February 14. IBM, ewoniMun mall matter. PoMi-lied at SATURDAY DY Buuton, Mo., every : Phil. A. Haf.neh. Subscription, - S1.00 1'er Your. REPOKT NOT COLORED. Phil. Hufner's lJeutoti Kicker re ports that Phil. Hitfuer himself wns arrested mid brought before the "drunken" mayor of that village nud charged with obstructing the street by the erection of a fetiV on a line with that of nil the neighbors ubout him. He was fined f 10 nun costs. If his report 1m not colored, Ilenton "Justice'' is a (wculiar thiug. Charleston Enterprise. The Kickhr nssun-rt the Enterprise thitt tho report wus not colored. And if the editor of the Enterprise will come to Denton on a tour of Inspection and does not find my fence on an exact line with other fences I will pay him ten dollars a day and expenses for his trouble. No, the report was not colored. In fact the story was only partly told. Refore the farce in which I wns fined te...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 August 1903

1 Vi SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., AUGUST 8, 1903. No. 39 AROUND ABOUT HOME. The-KtcKKR is informed that on the night of the show, in the presence of the public prosecutor and the town "mare," a very prominent and "Influenciar cltlien nnd "party" leader used some very loud, offensive and indecent language witliln the hearing of Indies. Wonder why there was no arrest? Is the 'building of a fence iu the street by Phil. Hafner the only offense that con cause activity among our public servants? W. J. Kindred, of Sandywoods township, came to Benton Tuesday. Among other thlugs he brought the editor a nice water melon. Mr. Kin dred says that three cars of melons were loaded nt Blodgett Monday bringing an average price of f 115 per car on the track. He says the bulk of the crop will come iu About August 15. Quite a number of people came over to see the fence this- week. Among tlioso who came Monday were J. W. Huffstettler, L. S. Lee, Matt Rodgers and Wm. Kindred, of Handyland. Li...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 August 1903

"""tW..-M Scott County ftklier. ' rmi. a. HArwKH, rabiuaf, uknton. i a .xussoum. 1903 AUGUST 1903 rnr. ioi. tcfs. t j. ram. rot. ht. 77 7777 77 77Q 2 3 4 5678 9 JO jj,j2 1 3 7? 75 23 24 ,25 1 26 If 1 28 29 30 3TO 77177 77 TOPICS OF THE DAY. lllil from inln. Plplomala, flnanrlern ami economists Mil not fall to observe that Spain Is maUlnrt no bids for any of this year's output ot colonies. With mill "vVlllu.nt. A wage statement shows that a col lege odiR'udon tits a young man to earn ?l.i'S at harvestlna: without the college cilti'-ation, he sets 2.30. Iiiiimltiiicliiti mi -umiII:i1. l!UFsIa'! (lelermlnatloti to make be llevo that It does not hnow what was in the KUhlimtf petition shows how much Imagination It takes to be a diplomat. Happenings in Missouri. irriiia- Hit- I'mi.rllo Tc. The iiprlciilniral depnttment in fc try the -firt.s of tobneeo on Its squad of human sipfviiiKiis U whl.-Ky br I'.ddeil to thin rcylmrnt the rtih of ap plicants will prove a strain to the department. V ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 August 1903

4 r .sj HANDY DIPPING TANK. It Will Answer All Ontlnnrjr Purpose mid la sure to Lout Unite Limit Time. U lo a good plan to rIvo the nhecp i I'loroiiplt illpiilns cvtn It they arc no, iovrrcil with ticks or lice or Infected with scab, n docs not cost a crcat deal, nnd If one la fixed for It It does not lake very much time or laltor. It can be don whtn the fields are too wet to work. II will destroy any parasites that may b cettin;; a foothold on the sheep nnd maj nave much extra labor nnd somo losi that would otherwise be Incurred later n. The sooner the dipping Is done th better. As the woo! eels longer the more dip win bo required to accomplish the Jolt and the more time and care will bo necessary to Insure n thorough satu ration of every part of the sheep. More V a aoou DirrtN'j tank. time will also be required for thcin to drain properly. There are very many Hps on the mnrlict that nro effective In thn destruction of parasites nnd harm less to the sheep and Its coat. Any ot the t...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 8 August 1903

1 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER 'fx.. Kntereit nt thf pmt oltW In ll.ntiin. Mo., on February 14, Iwtt, nn rivnuiltliini mull mutter. Publlnlit'il nt Ik'iiton, Mo., every aatumuy liv : Fun.. A. Hakxrh. MnlMcriptioii, - 1.1M Ter Year. For Governor 1004, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attoriipy-Generui, DAVID A. HALL. TIME FOR ACTION. Then? is ewry roucon to Iwlieve that nliipry per cent of Scott county voters ivgardlesH of former party ufllllutloiiH favor Joseph W. Folk lor ifovernor. lint this sentiment In favor of Mr. Folk wilt amount to nothing unless there Is an opportunity to express it. In Pemiscot, in Dunklin, and in many other Southeast counties, the people are organizing Folk-fordo vernor clubs. In Donne county the p 'ople are circulating petitions niitl the petitions are being numer ously signed asking the Democratic eounty committee to call a conven tion for November in order to get u n expression ut to their choice. Of course, the ring Democrats ob- ii-ct ami regard such a move as "premature."...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 August 1903

' T SCOTT COUNTY HIGHER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., AUGUST 15, 1903. No. 40 INSIDE FACTS ABOUT THE FENCE. The ex-Saloon Keeper Elected Mayor Evidently Pledged Not to Allow Phil. Hafner to Build in the Street. During Undo Hood's ubseiico the court house organ broke loose nguln. .Undo Hood Is tho only ono of tho whole outfit tlmt has bruin enough to grcnso a gimlet and usually man ages to hold them in check, but wlillo ho wus "out" ItiHt week tho organ-grinder let the crank slip. As before stated, it is difficult to discuss a matter with nn organ that must have its "music" arranged without regard to facta. You never know who is the author of such stuff. Lust week the organ tried to da-, fend the action of the local authori ties in fining mo for doing Just what others do. Thero is scarcely u shadow of truth in the entire article. And it may be well hero to note that tho most serious charge that the mayor was IkjusH.v drunk on tho occasion of my trial (?) wus touched upon. That much seem to ad...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 August 1903

'-tut' attHHHK- I' HP n K sHf?" 4 i rr Cr - Scott County ftktftr. MM1. A. MAFMKH. PaHlinee, fiENTON. a a JCMOUIU. 1903 . AUGUST 1903 wi. mi. tea J to. mux. ' ru. sit. 2 3 '4l5 67 8 9 2?. jlii J Jj iliJlJl 20,2T22 23 241 25 j 26 27 1 28 j 29 30 31 1 ....t... TOPICS OP THE OAT. It Von Wnlt I.onit Knonsth. Every form o human achievement lias its day of triumph. Fathers of 23 children have 'been waiting 6,000 years for congratulations Th 9nme olit "I'tsrea.' Radium will cure the same old dis eases that X-rays, blue grass. Brown fr'cquurd's elixir, Koch's lymph and all tho others were poltis to cure. l-'orpi-nMrr Willi t'iri-litli t. Although tho weather department Is protected by the civil sen ice laws, the managers were wise enough not to have a rainstorm on the night when the president camped out. n UlnVrrnt TIiphi Otis, Time? have chanced. The country ued to become hysterical when Wall strcc felt panicky. Now the country tinlts until It hears from the cereal tick before it has a spas...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 August 1903

1 ; A I STRONG CLOD CRUSHER. How Onr nf Thrar t'erfnl Implemoata Cnn II r Mnrte at Home Ml Small llapenae. V.r. 1. S, W. MtCormlcl;, manager ol largo Kansas farm, gives In the Knn cas Farmer tho following description nml Illustration of ore of tho most use ful Implements that can bo had on a Inrn: In nmnvcr to n request somo time ngo for lielii to make a plankcr, I will Komi yon a drawing and description of this Implement, which should be found on every farm. Get four 2 by 12 oak planl.s nine feet long, throe two by six four foot long. Saw crosswise of th two-by-slx pieces in four pieces two inibeRdeep. Saw first cut six Inches from the end and other cuts 11 Inches apart. Saw these cuts on a bevel of two Inches In 12. From top of second cut saw dlag. homr-madi; clod cuvsiikk. onally to bottom of first cut. Saw the other cuts in same way. Placo thetc notched pieces parallel about throe fect ton Inches apart, notched sides up. Spike one of tho 2 by 12 planks to long notches at rear en...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 15 August 1903

Am '4 SCOTT COUNTY KICKER KMarwPnf ttio'pmtoRIco In ltontntij M".. on IVwnuirjf Ud!)W;niTiin(K'lnM mull niiitUr. PuMinltud at' IScnloit. Mo., ovury .HATVKVAY. DV 11111.. A. H.VI'NKl!. HutMeriptimi, - 1.00 lVr Your. For (luvoriHir 11)04, JOSEPH W. FOLK. For Attnriic.v-d'ciiL'rul, DAVID A. HALL. NOTE THE DIFFERENCE. Judgo (5tintt It a Democratic Supremo- ju dp?. In hi speech at Iiule dependence lie said: "My God! lumni'tAM had liontvt government lu Missouri fur thirty years V" Jinlgt) Iluzell is a Democratic cir cuit judge, lu l!in instructions to the Cole county grand jury last week lie xaid, in part : "From minora tin Invotigntioii ifivw into tangible facts; confessions and other evidence followed in the iDtirts. till those who opposed thu Investigation conned their opposition, mid the whole State stood as n unit in avenging the disgrace she hail suffer ed at the hands of a band of organ ized criminals at Jefferson City. "At the Inst special session the bri bers and the bribed were ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 August 1903

1 , A'-?', I SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 2 BENTON, MO., AUGUST 22. 1903. No. 41 8 REACHES A WRONG CONCLUSION. o A Sikeston Paper Pails to Distinguish Between Legiti mate Transactions and Boodling. A WRONG CONCLUSION. 1 Bro. Hafner, for some months, ha twen devoting a pwt deal of space to th county court Means be did not gat the county printing, and be cans they paid Smith more than be offered to do it for. Bro. Hafner ii imply not in the "push;" lie need to be the whole thing, and for years did almost all of the county printing. His prices then compared favorably with Smith's now, and no man who ever run a paper in the county has received as much of Scott county's money. This Is the man who is now talking purity and dellveringlecturos on economy to the county court. If it were he instead of Smith he would emile so loud you could honr him in the dark. We do not Justify the county court in giving one mnn mora than they could get another to do the same work for, but we do think that, of ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 22 August 1903

.-X ftp bier", IT 1 - T ' - 5 ft m n fx 1 Scott County flicker. rmu A. UAFMKH, rblUh BENTON. JOfSOUBX, 1903 AUGUST 1903 SM. HOD. ICES. V?D. TIUX. I FM. UT. 2 3 4 5 6i7 8 9 1..J1 j l3iT4l ii i7 ii.jl 20 , 2T 22 23;2 25 2b 27 28 j 29 3031 I .... The California novelist whose divorce Is announced In the papers along with n puff of his hooks 1ms opened to writers of popular lk.-t.ou a way of advertising hitherto monopolized by the theatrical profession. Literature Is not only cheap, but some of Its makers also. At the wedding of Or. Daniel Tree man, of Chicago, to Dr. Elizabeth Janet Child, of Bethel, Vt both over 60 years old. Sarah Chapman, aped 101. acted as bridesmaid. She is. It Is believed, the oldest bridesmaid on record. The bride t'nil bridegroom were lovers In their youth, but were estranged. Lisbon, t'nrttical. has Just had another cartlniuaUe shock. Though little damage vna done, every shake-tip of that kind reminds the town of the great disaster of IT.", when an earthquake ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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