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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 December 1902

t r J THE CITIZEN r1HE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON I FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 4 TfOKt of the Iriinn Act nl 2 HI Sic in ii rr Ver r 203toldenIrat Acts 11 HI Coiiiuientmrr 1rrimrrit I Prrpureq CON rlehl 1WJ by American Press Awoctitlen d S21 And the multitude roan up together OKulnit them and the maelitratoa rout on their clothe and commanded to livut them Our last lesson In this book six month ago left the messenger of the Lord rejoicing lu their welcome U > till homo of Lydia who hud just opens 01111111J Jlho public confession by bnjitlsiu of herself and her household caused Joy lu hcuvcu nu well tin ou earth Luke xv 7 10 Thin was too much for thu adversary no ho begins a special work of opposition through the damsel and tho ruler of the city which resulted In tho beating and Imprisonment of Paul und Sllus ° K And at inldnlcht Paul and SIUi pray ed and sang Irlau umo ODd and the prisoner hoard them When Saul of Tarsus first became a dlnclplo of tho Ix > nl Jesus ho was...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 December 1902

ir of C d S d S HE CITIZEN Dont Use Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use them be sure they fit your i need needI I will giro thorough oxamination FREE OF CHARGE always indicating thu correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses 1 will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES t Dentist t OfficeHear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store 1 Office DaysWednesday to hind i of the week I MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble t Work of all kinds dODO in a Iork manner at rea Honable prices and with INolahIo t dispatch All work guar anteed by GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner or Mlp and Colllni Strreti NOTICE rI would like to make the aquaint auto of everyone within reach of Berea who can i i MAKE CHAIRS II Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send me your address or call twheu in town townCHAS CHAS A KING Superintendent ol Building Bert College r 4I J Harness q Nothing Slow nbnut our methods of selling We I mark ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1903

IImv JOHN DODWELL An Independent Weekly Editor and theul to the IflntI nonWEUT H E CAn Interests of SCHOOLEaton tinu mnilmnlltr 60 CENTS A YEAR II VOL IV A Family Paper I1GKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 1 190 Fifty cents n year NO HI WI IDEAS Tho athlete trniim fur his rare mid tliu mind must bo put into ruining if OIlU will win lifu M race Tint innn who does not learn curly in llfu to focim his efforts to centnd J 11M his power wi1 never nohiovo I nehievhlumrkucI l I marked NIICCOHM in anything Thorn ore no two words in the IIII linh Inngungo which stand out in i bolder loliof like king iiMn n chuck er hoard to HO great tin extent UK tho wonlH I willu From An Iron II by Orison S Mardon i TAKE NOTICE Tim Union church will meet for prmicliiiiK service next Sunday morn 4 ing in the new Parish Hoiiso The annual meeting of tlio Boron churih ootmrh nt 11111 Parish HOIINU on Satnrdny Dinner will be served nt noon to bo followed by roll call and hllNilleHH hllNilleHHPro Pro W...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1903

I I THE CITIZEN MOND GAS niirovrrr of a Cbrmlit For Vbloh Ort Thing Are Clalturd A recent consular report from Eng land fays that British commercial niul sclent lilt circles are much Intcrcntnl In n dlscorery innilo by Dr Ludwig Moml of the great chemical firm of ItruniitT Moml i Co limited This discovery Is it gas for furnaces and pts engines which It Is claimed can he supplied to IIIIIMIIIKTM lit u liiiiilinuin price of two pence per 1000 cubic feet Mmid gas Is a producer pis made from the cheapest class of small eoul niul dust commonly called hltumlnoiiM slack Dr Monti discovered n process liy which this cheap slack can he con verlid Into a clean gaseous fuel In such n way that a very large proportion of till nitrogen of the coal In recovered as iiniinonlii and converted Into sulphate of iimmonla which Is n very valuable manure and fertilizer Thc dlstlnculsb lug features of the Moml process are The utilization of cheap bituminous I slack The recovery of 10 pounds of Sill phiitu o...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1903

d t THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON I FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 4 t Test f On Lraauu AH sI 22ni 1Jlrunury Vrrr 21a2uilvii > u I 4AI vl III fiiniiiiniliirr Irrpnrrtl 9by the llev U SI Mlrnrn CowtlgU Its by American Ittu Auoditlun S2U And the multitude rose up together oKulint them and the miKktrutu rent off theIr clothe and coimniuuleJ to heal them Our hint ICIMOU In this book nU months UKU loft the inessuuijcra of the Lord rejoicing la their wdcouio to tilt hoiue of Lydia who hud just opened I her heart to receive the Lord Jesus The public coufrulou by bn > tlsw of herself and ber household caused Joy lu heaven tin well UK ou earth IuUo xv 7 10 Thli wan too much for the adversary BO ho begins u Bj > vclul work of opposition through the damsel and the ruler of thu city which resulted lu tho beating and Imprisonment of 1uul und Silas X And Ht midnight laul and atlas pray pure4 ed and aunt praise unto Ood mud the l > rlaun r heard them When dual of Tarsus...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 January 1903

1 1 Jf THE CITIZEN r nnNnS N J l I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I J i j Chas Bur ette is assistant cashier r nt the Bank Ernest Dodge is home from Urbana for tho holidays Obellskon nFlourmeansthesam e ns Sterling on Silver My house and lot for sole I John Dodwell Citizen Office The College has more student s than ever belore at this time of year William Toomey visited at Rich inond and Nicholasville during Christ mlUIJ masMr J C Sharp and wife are visit iug friends at Union Mills Jessamine CoT T P Wyatt is home from Knox vine Teuu where he has been visit ing relatives The little son of Daniel Alcorn passed away Saturday night and was buried Sunday Chester Erwin left Monday to take n position at Princeton Ky We wish him every success V E Harris has moved to the Jonas place near Johnsons shopand will open a new grocery Mrs Anna Fay leaves Friday morn ing to resume her work in the Y M C A home in Champaign Ill Howard S Fee of California son of Father Fee is expected on a visit to his sister Mrs ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1903

i fi h REV JOHN DODWELL DODWELLrltt All 1Nuiuuut H tt r1J ZI3FSJRaferrd Devoted Interests to of tho Knttrnt nt IV SCHOOLdoss CENTS A YEAR i I I VOL IV A Family Paper 0 BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1903 Fifty cents a year NO 29I IDEASI Tho man who knows nothing in Hints on tolling it Tho man who is his own boat friend hue low others There arts fow good points about p tho finger of suspicion We nil know that it is moro blessed to K > VO than to receive but soino of us know it only by hourtmy Satur day Evening Post 7 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Senor Sagasta oxpremier of Spain is dead 18doodAll All streams in Southeast Alaska have been cloned against Salmon fish Jug till July 1 The JnwiiPHo will hold an indus tnal exposition for all nations at Osaka next year Arrangements for the international yacht races have been completed to tako ploco next August Five thousand troops have boon called out to suppress tho disturb ances in the Chinese interior Bellamys ideas as to a tel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1903

I y r a 1 THE CITIZEN t I SPOTTY THE SPORT d One nf the Amtulnir Bxperlenrei f Innltrjr ICrrpliiK ATicn we rented our house we didnt expect to keep chickens but our land lord was moving out of town and after he had Ids chickens cooped he found there wasnt room In the car so father bought them There wore a black Minorca two Plymouth Hocks a Light I trauma n Leghorn and a crossbred n black hen with Just a few white feathers and a ruse comb We called her Spotty One day when we were getting set tied In our new home Spotty walked In through the kitchen door and we found her eating crumbs In the pantry and an egg under the shelt The next day when It was raining and the door shut we heard something tapping on the window and found Spot ty flying against it Wo were afraid she might break the glass so mother told me to send her away but before I could close the door she was In and making for the pantry again We thought her so wide that we let her nlone nnd she laid In the pantry until she beg...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1903

1 Lr 1 p J u pi r I 3 I THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 11 Trat uC Ihr Iriii rr Illl Iv 1ia p 311niurr Verira JNU iolilrn 11 > Ilill Iv 4C1II in en I nr > rrrinr < il br Mil llrv II Jl Mrnrim t Copxrliht Itoi by AnittloD Irm Auoclitlon I 13 Tlirrefort my brethren dwirly lie loved uiul longed fur my joy and crown no Btund rut In the Lord my Ururly bo loved The kinou today Is entitled 1lirln thin IlvliiK unit ww lire usUcd to rend relldJ I Luoil thluu to do with uu oplKtlc or iiny book In the Illlilu It would lu > woll to read the Ijilstlu through luau tlnua till we foci that wuliuvo In nuiiic IIIOUM uru Brunpetl It nud that It huM KIIIMIV i UII Al thin > rc8oiit time LIPS 1 wrllw tinso note 1I wo urc endfuvorlni In nil my Bible clam to luvmorlzu the wholu whlliuI tneIil il > Utli taking about throe verse tlieli week Tor ww believe and ile lru to obey Col HI 10 Mutt Iv 4 PH vxlx 11 JIT xv 1U Job xxIII 12 etc 1 know of n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 January 1903

1 1 I 1 THE CITIZEN I LOCAL AND PERSONAL j Chas Bljtho has bought a farm and is farming it now Harry Andrews and Robert Sharp left Monday for Morehead Ky James M Early has six G nice Duroc Jersey boar pigs now ready for saleProf Prof Marsh will occupy the E P J Fairchild house when Mr Fairchild t moves out Miss Susie E Dlytho returned home from Winchester last week 1 Wednesday FOB RENTFarm of eightyfour y acres one mile northeast of Berea i M K Pasco Misses Ida and Lula Finley of Jessamine county are visiting Mr I and Mrs C I Ogg Bicknell Early are headquarters for bananas oranges lemons apples and fruit generally DeparturesWm G Best for Cin cinnati Edward Chaney for Cleve land One antique oak sideboard at Bick nell C Earlys Call and examine Price that will interest you E L Robinson assistant postmas ter and E L Robinson little Lisbe were in Richmond Wednesday Mr and Mrs John White from Wyoming were guests of Mr and Mrs Silas Simpson Wednesday The College has set up several new stre...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1903

JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly Editor and Publisher Devoted to the RACERT CITIZENAn Interests of HE ITHE HOME FARM SCHOOL Knttrat at tAt Potloffitt at Born Ay Rot itfoml row maUmatttr 50 CENTS A YEAR i III VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY in 190i Fifty cents o year NO I FJ IDEAS It iH better to he loved than feared lie that in of u merry heart hath a continual CealltProv 1516 Life Is not NO short but there is al ways time enough for courtesy f EticnsoN EticnsoNJlunetli Jlunetli Hrst then couraye then brains and all are needed to make u ttxxl citizen ineji ROOSEVELT FROM THE WIDE WORLD Mr R A Von Tuutonlmlm former ly of Louisvillo has returned from Blinding two yearn with the lopors isolated in Molokai Hawaiian Islands Ho thinks that owing to the shlngellt rules ill regard to it tho disease will bo eradicated iu a few yearn hone lulu is on tho boom Tho new cable is a great thing for tho islands The proposals made by tho Powers for nettling tho...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1903

r I THE CITIZEN I WAYS OF THE SHAD Their Migrations and How They Live at Spawning Time Shad i is hard and precarious Oiiuu fishing 10 IIUIVA 4111 ivi4i ous work The fisherman muse count on having his clothes always l soaked with icy April water Oflcn too the nets come in empty am I then there is nothing to do but to make another cast and hope for bet ter luck luckA A remarkable fact noticed by fish ermen is that the identical shad ap parently frequent the same stream year after year To prove this they point out that those taken in Flor ida waters are smaller than shad caught in the north while in dif ferent streams the fish differ in form thickness and shape After entering the rivers the shad take little if any food previous tc spawning but afterward they will bite at flies or any shining object f floating in the water They have even been known to snap at artifi cial bait The toothless mouth of the adult is unfit for feedingupon anything except minute animal mat ter found in the wat...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1903

c i 5 > g THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON III FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 18 Trit or the Irn tcl > vll LIB 4t Mrniurr Vrr m al Colilrn T il I rils 115 Co HI in PHI n ry Irr lar1 It Ihf II v It M Hlrnrim r ICepjrlilit 1WJ liy Ainrrlun fret Awoclilion < 12 Anil 1uul UK hi manner wu went In unto them uiul throe Hnbbuth dny rationed with them out of tho Bcrlpturc From Ililllppl they hail travcleil utiuut 100 inllcH probably HpundliiK u t nlKlit lIch tit AmplilMillH anil AI > O J lonlii UK tltnt wotilil make each Oiiyn Journey about thirty or thlrtyllvo iiilltK anil now at Tluwtuloiilcu thcn > li > it Kruiit ctMitur for Paul HJIVH of tliu uvtluvcm tlitre Front you noiimliM out tilt wont of the Ionl In Mntinloiila anil Aeliulu I lhllII4 I 8l Tho Drat MUM Ion which Paul anted thu Ior l Jimrn nfttrr ho know hint an uuch MCCIIIH to have liwoiuu tint motto of liltt vbulo IIrIoIl1 what wilt Thou have nu to dot ActH IK n AH our Ix > rd nftur HIM rviuirrvctl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 15 January 1903

I ITHE CITIZEN = I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I I t Mrs Edna L Farris who bus been on tho sick list is now improving J M Haley of Oivsley Fork pass ed through Berea Monday on his way j to Richmond Marshal Tatum has moved to the H K Richardson place on Walnut Meadow pike Mrs S F Lucas of Northern In diana is visiting her parents Mr and lrs11 B Ramsey J C Sharp R E Preston John Huff and W T Mehaffey were in t Richmond Monday on business Mrs Spicy Baxter has sold three hundred and sixtyseven acres of laud on Big Hill to Berea College Miss Edith M Fairchild left this week for RogerevilleTeun where she has a position in a girls school The icehouse at Ladies Hall is be iug filled with fineclear ice six inches thick from the pond at the brickyard V Mr H Muncoy has taken up hi q residence ou Jackson street He came from Clay county and has six children in school Mrs M L Spink and son Harry I of ChandlervilleIllinoisare visitingat the home of Mrs Spinks parents Mr i aud Mrs Josiah Burdetle E B Wells ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1903

JAMES M RACER An Independent Weekly filtered Editor at aM Patc elan and iieaR Publisher Devoted Interests to of the I tVOL IVA I Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 22 1903 Fifty cents a Tear NO 31 x II IDEAS Lot us combine and form a trust in the Lord JEROME Ie JEllomI To case anothers heartache is to f forgot ones mvnA LINCOLN Dout lot the Sundayschool die in tho winter when It is most needed 1 A pound of push with an ounce i of talent will do greater things than a pound of talent with an ounce of push TAKE NOTICE Momboreof tho Silver CrVok church are notified that tho regular church meeting will occur Jan0 at the usu al time instead of Fob 7 All mom tan are urged to be present if pass bio R 11 NOEL Pastor There will bo no College lecture next Monday in order to give every student an opportunity to attend ths band concert at tho Tabernacle on Tuesday night Tho baud will bo assisted by MiR Gamble soprano and Miss Larry violinist FROM THE WIDE WORLD The railr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1903

r 4 t = w r I 1 THE CITIZEN 0 i CLOTHES OF MEN AND WOMEN Sterner Sex the Beat Judge of Feml nine Attire It is often said that women dress to please each other but men dress to please themselves On this point a writer in the Ladys Pictorial says Now and then one sees a woman whose clothes are absolutely charac 1teristic of her and bear the impress j of having been carefully thought out by their wearer These are those who never wear garments fashioned like others but the majority of wo men do not desire nor indeed would wouhs it become them to be individualistic in their attire They like to be in the fashion And Sle question is Are they or are men best suited to making what is understood by la j mode modeOn On the whole one inclines to the opinion that men are really the best judges of what best suits the female form divine and on the other hand it would seem as if womans taste in mens clothing is far more reliable than mans She is quick to detect a mistake in the choice of a tie to n...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1903

V I I 2 ak t T U 3Ii THE CITIZEN T Ii m V TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IV FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 25 Tril of the Irnnim 1IIra v M28 Mriitorr VrriM HIIK < liirn Test f I Tbcv Ml CoininriiiMr Irr pared by llev II M Minim Cepjrlglit lea liy American Itttt Aworlitlou II IS Ever follow that which Is good both among yourxlvm and lu nil men Times word seem to Include nil tin exhortations of thaw two reties con rernliiK the unruly the feeble minded the weak and the being patient to nil t All nro summarized In verse 10 whcrt WI iiro tnnght that under all clrcum utanccH we ithoiild live together with Mini In chapter lv 17 we have Mel before UN the beautiful project of lie Ing ever with the Iord In our glorl fed bodlcx hut while we nojourn In the inortul halls lie Is ever with 1111 Mutt xxvlll IIJ and shoM be to 1111 the greatest reality In all our dully life liIt Ittjolce evermore fray without cruslnf In everything give lliunkn fur this U the will of Clod In Tlirlat Jraui roii...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 22 January 1903

1 7 n IfTHE THE CITIZEN I i t i LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Second half of winter term is just beginning and it is a good time to enter school If you were kept at iI home by bad weather or other cause i when the term began that need not cheat you out of the whole winters s school Many students are entering 1 nowIIA half a loaf is better than no bread And the expense is reduc ed as well Little Clayton Fowler is still very sickMarshal Marshal Tatum and daughter Mary are both sick Daniel Alcorn of West Union is i improving in health j W H Porter made a business trip i to Louisville cn Saturday J Henry Fish of Mt Vernon paid a visit to his nephew Mr E T Fish this week Mr aDd Mrs J M Benge spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Wildie WildieEd Ed Morans daughter is badly I burned due to carelessly handling Jl lampi Miss Effie Johnson spent Friday f with Mr and Mrs T A Robinson of Richmond RichmondMr I Mr G 11 Rawlings our former townsman bat now of Panola was I in town Saturday Prof Dinamo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1903

I F Editor JAMES and M Publisher RACER An Independent Devoted to the Weekly i 1elan Z EN Intereals of Kttttrnt nl the Jottofflct clou maUmatttr at iltrta Ay at ircomi THE HOME 50 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL IVOL IV A Family Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 21 190 Fifty cents n rear NO 32 tlll t IDEAS I Bo lionoflt in your talk I In cold weather lilankct your yourIlOrHOH Evil for evil in tiriitcliko good for Rood manlike uvil for Rood Satan like and good for evil Chrintlike > Ho oft duds medicine who his grief impnrtH But double griefs ulllict concealing licit rtnSerssEn TAKE NOTICE A viilunhln now feature of THE CIT IZEN in tho How coliiinn Martini hut week and headed thiH wtk How to Kwp Warm Clean old tiuwnpn per at thin ollice fie pvr pound Tho regular Monday lecture of thu College will givu place Monday to the third number of thu Lyceum course toe Phil Hunter Co This company HfoiiiK > st d of Phil Hunter mngicinn Vrno Mooro Musician and Carl Anderson humori...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 29 January 1903

1 I THE CITIZEN HOW TO KEEP WARM I nine of Nwr us n lrotClIon Alfnlllt Cold Few people know that by the use of newspapers they can keep warm In cold weather when without It they would suffer says a writer In the Washington Post Several shoots of pa per pinned to the Inside of n mans or boys vest before putting It on nnd an a other part of several thicknesses worn ttinder the vent when going out Into the cold will take the place of an overcoat to the poor man who has none and will furnish ns much warmth Many poor families have not bed clothing enough In winter to protect t them from cold during extremely cold nights Such families can make them selves perfectly comfortable by spread lug three or four newspapers between the scant bedclothlng they have They will bo agreeably surprised to find that the papers are equal to the heaviest blanket In excluding the cold If poo pie generally understood the merits of this simple remedy and practiced It there would be less sickness and fewer case...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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