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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 April 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 23. The Herald. a .^ >bh-r I every Saturday morning at Pull =mn, Whitman county, Washington . All Advertisements will be continued and charged for until ordered out. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: v • EAST-BOUND: *"' I, £f t"T' leave Bat 5:00 p m Ko. 92, Mixed, leaven at....; 10:00 am WEST-BOUND: v qi ' ™pre,Bß> leaves at 1158 a m WO. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line, No 9. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fiv er, carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist > Sleepers, Free Chair Care and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line, Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast ■ail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Care between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NOBTH: Passenger. 6.40 am * reight and Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 pm * reight and Accommodation 8.35 p m LEWIBTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 am Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m - J. R. LORD, Agent. SATURD...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 April 1891

| The Hefeilci. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher tekms OF SUBSCRIPTION: ONV. YKUi . mm I six months only. ';;.;; ■.'.7.7.7.71100 ADVERTISING BATHS Are liberal, nnd made known on application in person or by mail. Legal Notices at the legal niton. Give us a trial. ■stand at the Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Second-* Hates. | State News. Colville is soon to have a new hotel. i, : ('in'haiis shipped 122,129,000 feet of lumber last year. J. W. Elliott was fatally crushed at Ballard by a log rolling on him. Wild geese are swarming around Qninault lake in largo numbers. The Allyu sawmill, after being idle several months, has begun work. An immense acreage is being planted in fruit this spring on Orcas Island. An organization of the Farmers' Al liance has been formed at Hartland. The Elma Chronicle has come out in an enlarged form and improved appear ance. Tho voters of Aberdeen have voted to bond the city for $25,000 to build a high school. Two hose carts and a hose wagon...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 April 1891

Mr. ikon's Will. By E EIDEE HAGGAED. Jan r/°^ lor^ip will allow me," said James, the only reason that the plaintiff is bo poorly represented is that the funds « n tvLf- COUnsel were- ' understand! not forthcoming. I am. however well versed in the case, and, with your lord ships permission, will do my best with ! . "Very well, Mr. Short," said the learned udge. looking at him almost w7thp?t y state your case." v *' James, in the midst of a silence that could be felt unfolded his pleadings and as he did so foV the first time, a sickening MOM of nervousness took hold of him and made him tremble, and. of a sudd ™ las mind became dark. Most of us have*. undergone this sensation at one time or* another, with less cause than had poor James. There he was. put up al most for the first time in his life, £*«£- I duct, single handed, a most important case, upon which, it was scarcely too much ! to say. the interest of the entire country was concentrated. Nor was this all Op- I posed to him were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 4 April 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor AND PUBLISHER TEiniS OF BDBHCRIFTIOM: «»N!,; Ytvu; «8° no - SI X MONTHS ONLY .".'.'..'. 7.7.7.7.7. 1 '.OO ADVERTISING BATES *** liberal, F.nd made known on application in parson or by mail. Legal Notices at the lega! rates. (ii\i' us a trial. Enter**' at the Tost ... for Transmission ii the Mails at Second-Class Bates. A certain down-east Yankee is gain ing considerable notoriety just now from the fact that he claims to have invented a typewriter, . the point'of excellency and improvement of which is that it can be held on the knee. That Yankee is an ringer 1 Washington bus bad that kind of type-writers ever since the first type writing machine was thought of. Peopbktjt iti Pullman is making rapid strides in price, and the price is in keep ing with value. An increase of twenty five per cent was ordered on certain real estate in town this week, and the same 'increase was made on the same property last fall, but notwithstanding the rise, lots in that ...

Publication Title: Pullman Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1891

NO. 24. P- M. Co. Boots. Shoes. Slippers. CHILDRENS' SHOES. We recommend the cele brated HENDERSON Red School House shoe. . The best and most desirable made. HEN DERSON'S GOLDEN ROD shoe for child ren. Full line. LADIES' SHOES. The celebrated Peeples shoe $2.50. Henderson's French Kid shoe 3.00. Henderson's Extra wide shoe. OUR KANGAROO WALKING-PHAST shoe. Most comfortable made; try them. Buckingham &Hechts shoes, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5, $5.50. A large and complete line of FRENCH KIDS 1 DONG-OLA [■ Slppers and Walking- GLOVE KIDS j phast. A magnificent line of GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES from $2.00, upward. Examine our immense stock of Boots and Siiaes. Boots. Shoes, Slippers. P. M. Co §Jje Mi man Wtfalb. PULLMAN, WASHINGTON, AP^IL 11, 1891. A New Building. We are preparing to build a brick warehouse, t ."> ,v 90 ft. mi 01 senst. Work will be commenced in a few days. When completed we shall fill it with Hardwire, paints and oils, sash and .doors and other building requisit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1891

[he Herald. ILFORD' AILEN, Editor and Publisher fA. TEUMM 6i SUBSCRIPTION: •CX YEA $I>.OO X MONTHS ONLY 1.00 ADVEBTjSING KATES re liberal, iimi made knoa-ii on application in person or l>y mull. I>'i>;il Notices at tLo legal ; nit.--. Give us a tr.nl. ■>'•■''< ■' at (lie Poet Office tor Transmission in tie Mails al l3econd-Claaa Rates. JooS »Ti Snail Coin. (Commoner, i ; John Bowers, a well-to-do farmer, liv ig near Aim I . was robbed of about ■8 in Colfas, Monday night. It hap ioned in this way: Having busing m the city, which :ept him i:: town until a late hour, hi .eeurod lodgings „t the Colfax hotel, and '•'tired about 10 o'clock.: Previous to retiring he placad his wallet, containing wine $300 in gold coin, beneath the cov ?rs " the bed, but thought the pillow sufficient protection for I be loose change in bis pockets, amounting to about eight dollars. Having thus disposed of his valuables . ho went to bod and to sleep. When he awoke in the morning, and sought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1891

? Hunting Ground. ti^ophetess Who Has Pre . t^^^iags Which it)%4 Came to Pass. . D Wor J^t thC End Of *• w °rld Is Near-Her Own Death. f Indian prophecies are to Lk, » f Indian prophecies are to b **' '*. a fearful calamity V * ' . ' the world • 1S hanging 'h<-' prophetess of the R. i ?§S3£SSH '■ V' reason that she give, for fix <h''Wicnlar date i. that \t £ ' *y<-ar, according to the Indian =cWhr PPUn- The Indians: JJfher prediction will be ful- ! Jg runners have been sent to >nous tribes and camps in order eyjiay ( ep are for the coming .xvntothe oldest man m the tribe i TjT the prejudices of her civil fi mslers and declines to state her ex- j V amply saying that she can re- ' «berthe grandfather of the oldest i *berof the tribe, except herself, now I fj™ c has foretold with accuracy . ,-fft battles in which her tribe . "I be, engaged. In every instance -re she told them that they would Victorious they have won. When »J have gone forth to fight without > nsultjn her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1891

MAN'S BENEFACTORS. How They Tare in Their Advocacy of Human Rights and Ed ucation. Christ Was Crucified and the Rab ble Rejoiced, for They Knew not What They Did. Garrison Was Mobbed, Phillips Was Hooted, and John Brown Was Hung. Men and women of today who are opposing existing abuses, who are striving to ati, the masses to action in their own behalf, urging to throw oil that which is oppressing them, aiding them to acquire the knowledge to gain and maintain a better existence, that their children may not have to encoun ter the difficulties and tyrranniis they have or be in danger of being forced into the miserable conditions that dis grace our civilization on every hand — for none can with truth say that their children are absolutely safe from them— are not the ones that are receiving honor, encouragement or even respect from those they would aid. and they need not expect it. If any respect is shown them it comes from those who are tbe enemies of the masses. Yet, it is to such unse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1891

Mr. Men's Will. By H. ELDEE HAGGAED. ncssed. Can it be seriously "6™* that • eXWUcd dofS »Ot fill-ill lao bare requirements of the law? I S?suchV\ Cannot'^am of Son point* V?r U-1 U Come to th« "«ond v ,-. t.ien in the healing Staee—with tal who was her sole living companion It man which she was informed was that of ion V^ - meaDS of a Produced a their destruction; and she swore that S^Sl'S^ hat lying on tho sh°re «™l of .* IS. corr°borative evidence. and of a sort not to bo despised. Indeed da*e O ( ?f n?, POiatl that °f the approximate da to of the execution of the tattooing, it nrin mymind fiDal- StiU- there doef re ace m,"l enormoUß am °unt that must be b cepted or not, according to whether 01 not credence can be placed in the un supported testimony of Miss Smithers, for « o cannot call on a child so young as the present Lord Holmhurst to bear wit ness in a court of justice. If Miss Smith "■ for instance, is not speaking the truth when she declares that (ho signa tare of the tes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 11 April 1891

tie Herald. (tie Herald. ~Z ORD ALLEN, Edltor and Pusushcr j. «i TKUiIS OF -SUBSCRIPTION:'" >fl YEAH ........... $2.00 m * ; lONTH3 ONLY. 1 .OO ,jj - ADVKHTISIXG HATES H" ■ iboral, nn<\ amde known on sppllcal ''in in jaon or by mail. ]jp t r>U Notices nt ll<o legal 'i ; ■■. Give Qs a trial. Aj !. -wi nt tlifi Post Office for Transmission in the Mails at Socoad-Clasi B tea. - . __ _ I Washington City 3fews.. ; iul Correspondence to tho lleeald. = /AsniMiTox, ]) C, April 3rd. 1891. rotary Blame has just shown that he ' t i.mii tho last man in the world to b< npeded by bluster, whether I be bin:: ■bo a loa 1 amlh ■'< democrat! or indulging in threats of personal >olitical exposures, or the king of a ikrnpt European country who hopes arousing th • national pride of his ijects to make them willingly submit further taxation. Bad i his fact been well known to tho King of Italy and advisers several days ago as it is now | i night have pre'yonted be government I that cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 April 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 25. The Herald. Pushed "Very Baturil«y morning at Pnll »an, Whitman county, Washincton . All Adv,rtiHoment ß will be continued and Cftargtd for until ordered out. Union Pacific Railway. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: No M MXPr?; leaves at 5:00 p m No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10HX) a m WEST-BOUND: No. 15, w prT 8i leaves at 11:58 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Lino. Nos. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er, carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist Steep re, Free Chair Care and Coaches, between 1 ortland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St Lama, St. Paul or Chicago. Minn Line. Has. B and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail, carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicapo northern Pacific Railroad. OOIJja >ORTH: Passenger 6.40 am t reiglit and 'Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger ',- 6.45 pm t reight and Accommodation 8.35 pm I.KWISTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 m Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m _ ; J. R. LOUD, Agent. SATURDAY APRIL 18, 189...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 April 1891

=j=^ OF THE STATE. tion of an Immigration Society t Tacoma, with John Conna President. ... _ burg Citizens protest against the Action of Government En gmeers. -. (i:', as a t ;-wi at tho posi.lsolll Man gets a Divorce one the Mhuh ru Day, and changes his Mind j on the next. W.i ,7Asm>rr.TON\ * town of Latah is to have a bank rotary a capital of 825,000. i ,ut th i»utny board of trade has been or nped by I»Jed at Snohomish. •be a largely increased acreage of wheat or iuaiilgiu^orted througtou Eastern Washing wlitical oxprliia year.. ikrnptEur<4y Or c' Glascock has been elected arousing Vague. Two hundred and twenty ■■'""- to :aa votes were east. further t;,xa _. TTT _^ well kno-vn re. Henry Ward Beecher is at Port advisors si>v nsend the guest of her son, Captain . SoV3ert F. Beecher. night havq ] that couulrV A" Moss of Port Angeles, has re ? stock of the^ notice from Quebec that he has no by iuslrU D heir to 825.000 and he will soon iito.l States «cash in cause tht> U Q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 April 1891

Herald j ""■Mr ano *«— MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1r.... nis Only $2.00 _••••—— i.oo DVERTISING RATES '■*• <;tv.M,K,,,ri? l i 1""Ure'i Ht thee WSREYENGE. "A Tale of Two Cities," by I Charles Dickens.] lexandre Manette, unfortunate «i, native of Beauvais, aud after-1 «<ientin Paris, write this inel- < paper in my doleful cell in the during the last month of the I "• I write it at stolen interval, every difficulty. I design to » t in the wall of the chimney I - have slowly an d laboriously a place of concealment for it | "tying hand may find it there and my sorrows are dust, we words are formed by the rusty •mt, with which I write with difii n scrapings of soot and charcoal I he chimney, mixed with blood last month of the tenth year of Jtmty. Hope has quite departed ay breast. I know from terrible iKs I have noted in myself that •aeon will not long remain unim li but I solemnly declare that I this time in the possession of my mind—that my memory is exact rcumstantial-and that I writ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 April 1891

MILLIONS IN ASHES. Chicago on Fire-A Sunday Evening Blaze Completely Destroys More Than Twenty Buildings. Tbo Haymarket Theater Gutted and the New Stage Settings Burned —A Failtre Expected. It Broke Out in Epstein's West Side Museum—No Deaths Have Been Reported. Chicago. April 12.—A two-million dollar fire broke out here at 5 o'clock thin evening. The blaze was seen shoot ing from the windows of Epstein's West Side dime museum. Fortunately, the place was cloned and only the attendants were in the place. The fire spread rapidly and soon the adjacent buildings were in flames. The Haymarket theatre, one of the finest in the city, is completely gutted. In two hours twenty buildings were en tirely destroyed and many other.- badly damaged. In an hour the whole city was alarmed and many private lire com panies were called out. In the top story of the One Price Clothing company's 1 uilding at the cor ner of Madison and Halstead streets some tailors roomed. One of them, be coming insane with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 April 1891

v THE HERALD" is a Page >Veelily Paper, Subscription Price: TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR. *-•<>—or— <-■<■ OXE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. OCALL AT THE OFFICE FOR A SAMPLE COPY. bura« . of i lie c property Whitman . • All of Lot 5. (15) in the"T< amended) plat' office of the ant I'olfaz, Washing fully appear in t.* . on tile herein. "<■»■ Witness my hand and ti -:-*---; 41 is 1 It) day of M&ciirAJ | seal] J.L. _ Neil] & Newton, plaintiff \lf / f JI Y^ i^^ ( First lij, Notice is her ceru that a • HonorHble 1 Whitman (" next re fourth v tablishn ". ty, Wasl • m & PL-HI N +• ■ 1 «-^>.Ol^. <?^3" .h.Q- FANCY ': -O- EXECUTED IN-o- BlacK or Colored * r INKS. CI^E US n TRIAL 1 ♦'THE HERALD." ■ - . "^ . . ■■■■■.. : - ■■.. \ .-. J. T. HANGARDE 0. L. DAI Semicircle & Day, W8& mm PALACE MEAT MARKET ' IB Dealers in all kinds of rtllWz^^^pl Fresh & cured meats '' '-!"M (IRsh t'" 0" i);iidfor fat Btock HP?-' .4.tx£%%%.■% />«•■ Off t very to nil parts of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 18 April 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN, Editor and Publisher TKKMB OF SUBSCRIPTION: SIX MONTHS ONLY."' \ "." 7.7.7.7 V^Too ADVERTISING RATES Ane liberal, and mtule known on application in poreon or by mail. Legal Notice* at the leeul r»t*>s. Give us a trial. Bntore.l at the Post Office for Transmission la tbe Mails at Second-Class Rate*. IVkxty-onk states have adopted the Austalian ballot system. Autksiax water is usually not well ■tooked with fish, and accordingly Pull man people are obliged to ea«t about for another subject than this well worn cue affords trim they desire to relate a marvelous story. The reporter of the Hn;M.D recently succeeded beyond his mmost expectations, when, in his en- deavor to tell something wonderful, he thought of the following: "P. C. Klem rgard. aged 74 years, would make some lot oar younger sportsmen take a back jseat when it comes to accuracy of aim. 'Tn one day he killed ninety-three ground squirrels, making but ninety-four shots to perform the feat. It take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 April 1891

VOL. 3. NO. 20. The Herald. •»anabwl l'r l "Tery ""tnnky morning at Pull man, Whitman county, Washington . Advertisements will be continued and etmrged for until ordered out. I'iiioh Pacific lOitluay. From Pullman, daily: EAST-BOUND: v°" ££ ti XproSS ' leaves at 5:00 p m No. 92, Mixed, leaves at 10:00 am WEST-BOUND: v°' m 1 SJ*"!"! ]"HV<>ti at 11,58 a m No. 91, Mixed, leaves at 6:50 p m Main Line. Nob. 1 and 2, "The Overland Fly er, carry through Pullman Sleepers, Colonist sleepers, Free Chair Cars and Coaches, between Portland and Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Paul or Chicago. Mian Line. Nos. 3 and 4, "The Limited Fast Mail," carry Pullman Dining and Sleeping Cars between Portland and Chicago. Northern Pacific Railroad. GOING NORTH: Passenger 6.40 am Freight and Accommodation 10.05 a m GOING SOUTH: Passenger 6.45 pm Freight and Accommodation 3.85 p m I.EWIKTON BRANCH. Accommodation Arrives 6.15 a m Accommodation Leaves 7.05 p m J. R. LORD, Agent. SATURDAY ,APRIL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 April 1891

M OF THE STATE. s I Faith curs failed to save a young Spokane girl's life. « p ns at Starbuck have a lively Huna- i = . way down the Grade. "olony of Norwegians organized at Port Townsend this week. Anacortes will hold a second election incorporation Stay 15. North Yakima Indians are afflicted th the grippe, and many tiro dying. Governor Langhton has pardoned J. Keilly, of King county, from the Walla 'alia penitentiary. This week iiij."j acres of school land in ing county were sold at public auction •r the sum of $50,766.25. ('apt. \Y. S. r.rcival, one of the best nown pioneers of the Northwest, and a ■ading citizen of Olympia, is dead. The printers 1, bricklayers 1, plasterers ml carpenters' unions, of Spokane, have armed a branch of the federated trades. George W. Hupp, of Bedro, has been ippointed regent "f the state agricul i;i,i' college, vice George A. Black of ?airhaven, resigned. Andrew Jaoobsoo, an e.ventric ranch iinn. was Found deed in his cabin at Kii np Lake lasi week. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 April 1891

1 AN OLD FIRE BOX. The parlor chair car of a southward :"X Mexu-an Central tram was the mo where the f following story « l by a successful Arizona business ''I" 1868," ,aid he, "I waß c ineer [d fireman, too, or the people who |reoperatn lg a mine away up in the Df>Hou mountains, ab V>ve Florence *>na. They called it the Twin Mesa p, from two round-topped hill ß . on *>pc of which one of the mines was here wan no railroad then; hut pad hauled a four-stamp mill and ; erup there with mules, and were ' **£ crush B°rile Pretty good qUartz •I was twenty years old, fresh from fa, and could find nothing better to .than to put grease wood under the nler of this corporation and try to iKe steam from it. In fact, I was ex- ted to help cut the grease-wood, up creek above the mill, and risk my •alp every day; for hostile Apaches «re roaming about, and every man of i kept his gun handy, night and day. "The mine i.ad lost six or seven men f these Indians. It was unsafe to stir »ut wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pullman herald. — 25 April 1891

The Herald. WILFORD ALLEN. Ed.tch ano Publish^. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year *° 'X) Six Months Only .......... T.iK) ADVERTISING RATES Art- liberal, ami made known on application in person or by mail. Lefcal notices at the lo gal rates. Uive uk a trial Entered at die Putoffiee tortmnsmtaion in the - JMIM ii! Meood-dMi ralrs. FINANCIAL CRASH. The Winner Investment Company Goes Down Witt. Big Liabilities. Kansas Citt. Mo.. April Hi. The Winner Investment company, capital $1,000,000, made an assignment this evening to Milton Moore and Fred W. l'erkins. The failure is expected to prove of gigantic dimensions, and it is expected that it will inyolve over The company is one of the largest in the city. Starting in 1883 with a capital of $ 10,000, it ha* lately done a business of 12,000,000 a yea The company owns many houses here. 'i' K. Winner, pres ident of the company a iso president of the Kansas City Bridge Railway and Terminal company, with a capital of $2,000,000; the Winner Build...

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