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The 'forum of" old Urn Jucklin's a1 mical" disappointments is that in his.
doni was -the-'horpe-lilock irrfront of .jevebge "he thinks lie has done, some
the cross-roads store... In-".ttie rural th'ing notabje when he hasn't,
south age means wisdom. Merely.. to' "About .the worst lickin I ever.gqt
have" Seen the-reasons, come 'and go was shortly after "l had cast my first
is know ledge",. and v.heri. age talks not vote There were, two men running
nrilv .vnntli" li?ir.- Ynidille ase mufat he
content ".to, listen. Cultivation is mere
hook-learning; ..hearsai, -Che rumpf. -of
an unsuirstantial truth,-as if tile hook,
yere 'not .the .experience- of . man's,
. mind, Tlie." well-read and traveled, if"
.not-yet ouCvfrOni" under the contempt
of ciminaturp-jars.."iii1ust bit respectful-dumb
while waa old man whp ttrav
never ha,.e crossed, tjie lino of . his
countv ,rrtns.ents ro give an hour's"
Jioiijilv iipon'.jhe'-affairs of the "world."
But'wi'tlf age 'there scnheriiaes come? :f
.mellow .'and aseel ripening of that
'lKdJT jiVfilo'sophfcal hhnioc which musty
bosks humid 7m the- hide of ;ome
" ancjenu-farted calf delightfully tell us is
almost ."wholly an Anglo-Saxon heritage.
" - HuC .old Lim had been out of his
cotjifty." He had traveled into the
"north, the, land where every man was
.for liiniself': Jn Chicago he bad
bdught.a iair jf 'gold-rimmed" spec
tacles" whjeh some clergyman must
have irtht;-anil in a modest little trans-
.-H-JInn-he had iiermilted a Michigan
-; rri.iit.".rarmer to pluck off a patch of
" his- well-seasoned skin. And While
these " '.transactions were reckoned
rtniong-' his accomplishments, they
- niriied "Somewhat pak when compared
witli.Hhe fact that he coijld come .near
er giie.ssijig the weight or a hog or the-
hPlglif of a mule" than any man in
- North Carolina. It is on iccord thai
Jie-w-ns a believer ia the- Hook from
. ' 'I;iyef to kiver." and in his neighhor-hood.'-it
is known that once he .yal-
loped one of the Harvey boys for tit'
.JeVins at a havtiniug. He Jiirnishefl
t"he.-oak slab that had been fashioned
info the. mourner's "bench at Siloam
'meeting ho'uhe. His wife gaye to the
" circuit iider .more jiairs of -wool .socks
than any other woman in the com
l niunity. .And the od man hiniscjf liatl
been known not indeed to sliout dur
ing a canij fleeting, but afterward to
call hogs with more fervor than was
-Jiis accustomed habit. "Yet. notwith
standing these unmistakable tokens of-
i pious, life, he gave, to game roosters
a devotion Unit smacked of fanaticism.
- Through the wind-howl of a winter's
night-throuKh the icy thicket he
would shoulder his way. mile- after
mile, 1 be present at a contest. He
lamented the- faieof the. defeated, but
gloried over the victor- Hut he never
w-agercd a penny. That wquld have
been irreligious. With others the
hgbting of chickens was a sport.
With him it was an emotion. So, with
lis moral establishment well known
-and with his .wisdom "unquestioned,
whenever of a "Saturday afternoon he
took liis eat on the old. horse-block,
"""".." theie was always an audience -waiting,
not out of respect for his cars,
hut looking for amusement.
" They have about settled, the com-
'lnjj election." said hyns he parted the.
tails -of his brown jeans coat and sat
-"down. "Don't believe I ever saw an
; ::'-elec,tioa comin' that wa'n't already-
- .".. pet.tled.- And it would look like there
w-an'jf t any use of havin but one side;
but..vet. somehow the other side al-
- ways does putty well when the-votes
J are. counted. The man that nnder-
stands atithmetic Is bad in politics.
..,-.. I le-likra -to figger, and a man that
. !mIocs listialiy figgers too much. It's
,an old sain" that figgers don't lie,
and that may he true, but sometimes
iljey-are .found in the wrong .place.
". --"' -."Kdth .or the great political parties
" -- art" wise, for they always nominate
VJ he. light man. And What a line pres'
idetit-he would "have made if he hud
..... only .been -elected. And the minute
,.. . the- -oilier candidate is elected he
"""" -.'.ceases'Mo be a politician .and becomes
."a -statesman. But .death has made
."-:. .more "statesmen rhan office ever did-
",. ."ln-tili& life a gieat reward is offered
-to'.-rasca'lity, tmd that'g the reason
".'tli.ere;"aae so mails' politicians. Enough
... '-..votes' would make -any man great, bat
: " V riQ.i""enough wiHturn the wisest man
. --into a. firiiprthe-creek. When a man
" "thafis-iiookin for an office begies;-to
-. "feil'jne-that he's" a sincere-American I
". : bejiqvc him. -I -believe he wants .the.
..ldace-,. .and. in- thbj way the lives, of
-"- ?ohie"ni, illustrate an .eternal tnitlu-
.:".""-Th'ey eterjially .w am" something. Uuxiv
": .tjing W office is a hare' habit to hreak,
" '-hii:wheii".jr man. has lieeq hciiten a
" "- time or' two for -president he cools
"-.:"dow-n""iiiight'ly. Some of our smartest
-" .-. .-inen "have een "defeated fo? r'esident.!
. " an'i among, i hem .was. Ifenry CJay, but
iv - -."lit; Hllj.lil.i4 i.-.ijW. j- iivi nt ji-
" ..-..v-fice wbdn-Qld Andy Jackson and the
Jd wero""j!(gaiflst hitn. And it is
-:;'--. "mjturalfy.;to boYsuppose.d - that the-
"l. ".- .Ctprdstillhas ngopd deal :of -.influence I
. . "." : .ihiri"n'-,lv.c'tio,ntinio. linijt iaxi,4ues-1
"-. . " tipn .-whether -ar jio.r He.always uses it.
- -C. ,-: .-"E-v'0!vsUice--i y-can'-ftficoUeci. -Xhe
';'..- ksjunlryvhaV: been ;Kpin -to -ruin- it,
f "- ' .seems -that .the.jcolislkuifon- was-iiirri
4 - r-;.i-uined -and ;:tas" been" imposed- tipon
I '" V" ".-ever" since."-15wt !t:is "aa mighty -'hard
"..-' thing Vo .teaV-'tc? pieces; . int.. if-.the"
f-:"v-: "; .''-rignt. maii isn't-peered' thiaf time" not'
i" . ;'" :"-. .only -"tire- .cJpnsfitprumbut; . "JiGl"- w'holei
. :." ' ..colmtVy T ill5 have" "tq-go'pricrutcltesl j
i...- - ...-pj-d. Uncle; Jauxi .iioss. is tne oiaest
- ". "-'.man'iti' jhQ.r couhry- anil 3iV ua that
1 "--'. tTre"w;o"rld. is'a-.fa7iu"re;."a"nd JFvthis.js'J
I ' 1 -V- - .V.frife. America1. mus"t:-;o" "along in with 1
'"'. -'V-the.'geTierarBo.'.accouiitness.of. it all.:
. ... 7 .But ". I" -noticed :iJiat'-las:t:.yea'f; Yrjv hot'-"
; " ""i: tbmf:field":raiscd-lliofe corn (o. the acre
- '.'' .'than'or several fentii -past; -'and .as "
'' S .."lohg-.s" lhJs-contin.ues,.to be-thecase
jI . s . .y: ;j: ainTt ah 'a-' fiften :frarae wTmind" to. bei
' " lieve itr'alf the bad 1 hcws.U.iiea'r No
f -' ". " 'niatfe'r "How; mtnfh- good news ybu -get;.
i' ... j)ad.pews'is s.re-.To.iuiyw..jsmH..imiv
'--"ago'old marf Jqynef threatened that. if
--his."can:dida.te:-wa"n. t"; "elected'".iresideht
he wctula ptQir. uj) apo move out. oi ine
ne"ig"hDorhofod. . His jnan wasn't., qlec't
ed"and -he movdd P"1".-. across.-, the
'creekand-, four "years afterward. When-
? )- -i.VoSn ItAorfnn. "ho nnrnrl
IHSr JLTfUl Vfcl i0. iY.--kfAv- -v''
wv Js'o T have" g'iee'u.that.about
. ail" there" 'isi'tothp-avcrag;-: man'- ;v
. -.- ":. .
.--- .-.. . '--. -. -
hot for. constable.. .1. half-way prom
ised.to vote for one or .hem, a fellow
nantcd Henk. -The election was held
by word of mouth, and -when the -time
came. T couldn't iniq"mber " ljenk.sj
name and oted for Jones because.it
'was- .easier. And that is- about- .as
much intelligence: as some people
show in their voting now.' They votei
the way that looks the- easiest. What
did Henk- do!? I met him at a sawmill
and he took a piece, of scantling, fo
me, an' by the time' I. made up "my
mind .what to do lie .had me whipped.
A man ought always have his mind
fully -.made up as to .what he will dot
when the worst conies. L "managed ta
tell him that I didn't fully promise
to vote for him. that I had only half
made --up my mind,, and ...-he
Yes, and that is the reason I only .
half kill you now.'
"If you see a fight coming it is bet-l
tor to make-tin your mind tornn than"
noUto he firmly settled on some par
ticular mode-, "of action. The .bravest
man may appear like, a coward if
lie's "unsettled in-his mind, and while
he is .Still unsettled the other fellow
may ovei pojv er hiliu .It is mind .that
fighis. As long :l&" a. rooster's rnmd
is steady his headjjs "steady, but the
minute he 'begins 'to look aiound he
discovers" a chance" to run. If he- had
fully made up his mind not- to ran he
F A-bu do not Care
tx wreck your
bark on thehreak--ers
of divorce, see
to it that Love
stands at - the
tiller when you go
long and is kind."
A very pleasant
fellow to have at
the h e 1 m, you
When you go
-down to the pier
ut which the lit
tle boat is moored,
you and she. be
sure to it that
Love, the dear lit
.tle fellow, is
stand ing some
where near, and
then do yon call him up and say, "I
entrust any bark" to your Tieeping. .We
want to sail as long as theboat lasts
and we want you to guide "ns among
pleasant-places. If storms come up we
do not wish to evade them, only see
to it" that we" weather all gales; and
whatever you do. see to it that lie do
not strike, on -the rock of divorce."
And Love win shake his curly head
and say with a merry laugh:
"l have' acted as helmsman to many
a-couple, hut never yet have J struck
on a-rock of divprce.. Now, over there
is a well dressed sailor, named Gold.
His boat Is bigger than this and is
furnished better, but if I -do say it,
he cannot mind helm as well as I, for
many nd many a couple has he
spilled out on either side of the rock
of divorce. Are" you ready, sir?
Shall 1 cast oft?
"Cast ofL. my hearty," say you. "We
.are in for a long and perhaps an ad
.venturous voya'ge, but with you and
Willi her on' board HI be bound it will
be a hapiry one."
All of wiiich is a pretty little alle
gory and I made it np olt of my own
And it's truC, every word of it.
HE oher day -1
-had been going
on at a pretty
.-r a p i d rate; -de
nouncing the ill
gotten "money of
"the A merican
paying that ".1.
would " rather; die
poor but honest
than' lie '.as- rich
as-"-I "can't" think
of!nis name, but
he is .respected
by the. unthinking
Suddenly a man
who is- -k n o w.n
frorii end to end.
of the wdfld-came
up'-to me yes,, to1
me. and asked me j
how I was'getting
... - " . . along. .--'
Why, .r almost gasped for. bieath.
He is-worth millions, and I wondered
how- he. could .haveVheaTd o'.m,- who
owethe dollar' and a quarter that I
call "my own- "...
Xow if ever anybody- made his
mone"y sinfully he 'did. -Hel.; ; stands
high -np'-among the Standard .'Oil men
.an"d I-yield to no-one in -contempt for
his inethOds; - although I will admit
Jhat'.-his. -manners"; are.. perfect "an'd he
Certainly . seems. -to know people out?
sidfe"' of his world."- . .
He congratulated" me on a story of
mine .'that-he-diad "'read. . lt.'was.-.oae
s'atirrzfng plutocrats; .. but he -.'had'
niissed'.the satire" "and had taken it
as -.a .compliment "..
'-"Said's he": ".'-'L wish .to help people in
lall,h"e:rats." 1. wish to seek our ar-
"i.. . - . ,.. .N. i,,
usjs sjia give .icem rous .01 moaej..
wouldn't have found the oppoYtunity.
Some- one thought to be wise '.said
that a good run was better than a
bad-stand, hut it fs not true.3 -As-long
as you think it is good to fun .you'll J
keep on runniri",- And -when you run j
once Jt is. an asy matter to maKe up
your mind'that"to stand is bad. When
ever a man is branded as a-coward'all"
the other cowards want. :tp 'take -a
whack at hjni. . Therefore -it is better
t,o he whippedevery day in the week .
than to run once, for with the comin
of the next week .the situation As:
miglity apt to undergo a 'change. Bad.
stands stood g'ef better all the time..
But w:hen a .man" has" once been
whipped he.:is never- the same -after-
Iward. "It is better to have, a "broken.
head "than -a broken, spirit." Without,
spirit- the sCrongcs.t man is" hut a'
worm. ' :
"Success may after a while enable
.he candidate, to tell the truth, but it'
seems that wiieh ' a. man breaks, into
I l,0"'tcs " h'e breaks, in as ,a liar. . -It
may ue miuusi. iiuuvuaciuus uu. iiis.
part, bnt it ain't long till he's" savin
I things that -he don't- believe.- .And
what appears to grieve- hihi. is the'
fact- that- other peo'ile donlt either. Jf
yoiir ison-in-law is hesitating'-.-hetweea
politics and-, pbe penitentiary,- "remem
ber that if he goes -to" (he penitentiary
you won't" have, to take oare-ot him.
Many an'honest man has haid a chance
to become a politician and "didn't. A
politician's smile may be bright; and
io is a sunbeam. when it--f Jills on.-. a
puddle where the hogs 'have" been- wal-
Jerin'." ".. .
Ceii.viislifi y Opi- Road.)
I want to find straggling musicians'
and help them to an education. And
I particularly want to give you a
house and lot and some shares of rai'-j-oad
stock that will yield you an in
come of $10,000 a-yean"
Well, you may imagine I did not
know' what to do, However the man
may have come by his money, he was
certainly -moved by kindly feelings in
wishing to share with "mi?.
I hesitated and hemmed and hawe'd
and thought of-my family and of the.
good uses to which I might jiut the"
mopejv "" " -
And then I remembered thafmy an
cestors were Puritans, and that not
one of.. them in all thp .nine genera
tions ever tnld. a "lie or did anything
wrong in any way whatsoever, and I
took a "long "breath and said: "Thy
money pe"'h with thee". - I'll have
none of it.
And then I woke up.
KNOW it is none
of "my business,
but are ybu go
ing to let Jane
grow up with
th a t unpleasant
voice? . ,
read the praiseof
voices to some
..I don't suppose
that" Jane's speak
ing voice could
ever be made real
ly melodious, al
though, strange to
say. -her' singing
voice is not at all
But you could
eliminate that strident quality.
-The. other day I was sitting in .the
seaward end of the ferryboat when
Jane- came in from the slip. The-boat
was full and every one was talking.
but Jane's voice rose above all the
others and almost-, every one . looked
"iil venture tq say that most of
them were reminded- of a beautiful
macaw. " " .
For there is no denying that Jane
is a handsome girl..."
And she's a bright girl'-and she.says
.bright things, . but they are -all
screeched 'at ycu. '..-
If .fane marries let her pick out a
phlegmatic man, unless s"he uses a-file'
on that .voice. It would be cruehy-to
'animals to let- hexr-marry 'a sensitive
soul,' say a painter or "a-writer, "be-,
cause tobe shut'.up. in. the. same cag&
day after day with the most beautiful
macaw imaginable wouIdbe:.to"havC-one's-
nerves de-insulated. " .. .;
She may "be disobedient and out-'
.giow it; she may "be disrespectful -"and ,
i " Ilut- -if Joot daughter lias an unpleas-
ant voice she won't' outgrow .it. unless
ypwkeep at her a11.th.e tlm.e.
"(Copyriclit. by J;lnjcs Pott A "Co.)
- Not So' Bad -as 'Expected.
'Many things' seem, greater "by Imag
ination tha'a they are-'in effect Lhave
passed a good part o'f my age.in-a.per-
fect and entire health.' -I say. not only
entire but sprightly and wanton.' This
.state is so'-fuli.et verdure, jollity and
vigor, made, the consideration, of .sick-
'cess, so horrible tq iner that when
I came to experience., it I found the
attacks faint and -easj :in comparison
of -wlmt I.ha'd 'feared. Montaigne. .,
; : Cheap Filter;'"
-. '-The most impure water may,"be -purified
"by -niferihg through .charcoaL'
Take a large flower pot, put "a piece oi
spdnge-or clean moss over the hole In'
the bottom and fill three quarters' full
ofequal, parts qf clean, sand and char
-coal; .over, this lay a linen cloth. large
enough to "hang "oyer -the sides of the
pot. Pour the water into the'cloth and
it will -come, put'- pure. 'Delineator, ' J
SPRING KIDNEY TROUBLE.,
Vividly Described by One Who Has
Suffered from It.
Mrs. H. Mutzabangh; of Dnncannon,
Pa., says: VI was sick' and miserable all
last Spring and as I
did not know what
was the matter I
kept going down
and down until I
was a physical wreck.
I ' h a d smothering
heat over the kid
neys, and palninpass-
Ing the kidney "secre
tion's, which contained sediment. My
husband urged me .to try Doan's Kid
ney" Pills, and at last I did'so. "They
did me much good, and. I. used in-all
eight boxes which restored me to per
fect, health.'"' . . .
- Sold by ail dealers, 50 cents a box.
iteter-MIlbufh- Co, Buffalo .N: Y. .
.- ' T ".
THAT OFFICE YARN. "
Mrs. A. I think, offices are horrid.
'My husband is out all day and'" says
hods looking. for an office. . ,
-Mrs. Z. How funny! "Mine is out
late nights' and says be .is detained at
the' office.' . . -
. .Couldn't .Snare O'ConneH. .
- " Daniel. O'Conne'll -had got "a -man' off
a'rdne time for highway robbery" and
at another f6r hurgIary;;bu"t'onthe.
'third- occasion, for; stealing a coasting"
brig the task of hoodwinking the jury;
seemed too great for everr his -powers J
of cajolery, However, he made, out
that th6 crime was committed' pii the
'hgh seas and obtained an acquittal."
The prisoner lifted up his hands and
eyes to heaven and exclaimed : "May
the.'Lord-iong'sparc you, Mr. O'Connell
-"to me!" " -
Laundry work at home -would he
much more satisfactory if lie right
Starch were. used. In order to get the.
'desired stiffness, it is usually neces
sary to nse so much starch that the
beauty and fineness. of the fabric is
hidden behind a paste of varying
thickness, whicli not only destroys the
appearance, but also affects the wear
ing quality of the goods; This .trouble-can
be entirely overcome by using
Defiance Starch, as it can be applied
much more thinly because of its great
er strength than other makes.
The Wrong Tense.
Dorothea's father was. sitting before
a-window In his country house with
Dorothea on his knees. He was look
ing across the fields with unseeing
eyes, when the lassie broke in on his
reverie with, "What are you looking
"I was looking Into tho future, my
"The future, papa! I thought it was .
into the pasture!
. Lest He Forget.
.Church What's that piece of cord
tied" around your Onger for?
GothamMy -wife put it 'there lo re
mind me to mail a letter.
Church And did you mail it?
Gotham Xo; she forgot to iye it
to me! The Congregationalism
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures painful, smart
ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain nire for sweating feet. Sold
by all Druggists, 25c. Accept no substitute.-
Trial- package, FREE. Ad-'
dress" A. S. Olmsted.. Le Rcy, N. Y.
"And are you out of work, my good
man?" inquired the kind lady whom
lie met. .
- '."Worse, ma'am,;1 returned the list
less one. "I'm out o'terbaccer." Allyy
' Your-Wife. Mother or Slater
Can make Lemon, Chocolate and Custard
pies better than the expert cook by using
"OUR-PIE," as all the ingredients are in
the package ready for immediate use.
Each package, enough for two large pies.
10 cents. Order to-day from your grocer.
"Put up by D-Zerta Co., Rochester, N.Y."
.'Genuine greatness Is marked by
simplicity, unostentaticusness, Belf
forgetfulness. a hearty interest In
others, a feeling of. brotherhood with
the human family.
Garfield Tea cannot but commend itself
lo those desiring a Jaxativc-at oncc sim
ple, pure. mild, potent and health-giving,
it is mddc of Herb?. AH drug stores.
The bachelor who" takes unto him
self a wife gives- up the; simple for the
strenuous life. " .
. Smoker, appreciate the quality .value of
Lewis' 'Sinirle Binder cigar. Your dealer
or Lewis Factory, Pccria, 111.
Truth,. like a rose, often blossoms
upon a thorny stem. Hafiz.
Mrs. 'loalow's Soothtar. Bynip.-
Tor children teethlnir; aoftnMhet?nrj,redo) to
flntUon,all pair, carea wind coUl. 2Soatottle.
o fionestly exerted force can ..be
utterly lost. Ftoude.. '
aaTp aX1 1
for spovin,curb;splinh sweeny, copped hock, founder, strained
tendons, wind puffs and all lameness in horses -For
Hirush. fbo rpt and qorqel on cattle .and sheep
Far hog distemper, hoq cholera, thumps and scours in naS
For diarrhoea canker and roup . in poultry - 0, : . v
AT ALU DEALERS - - PRICE 115 t.SOtl $ .00
Send .for free lbok
Occasionally 'one hears the "hand
mixed" paint of the painter slightingly
spoken of as "unscientific" and "not
thoroughly mixed." The facts are all
on the side of the painter and his hand
It Is the most "scientific" paint there
Is; because it is made on the spot to
suit the particular purpose for which
It is to be .used. It is as scientific as
a good doctor's' prescription. If the
painter did not mix. it 'thus it would
be as unscientific as a patent medl-
m ? . 11. 11 1.
cine. Moreover, me .paint wmcu
good painter turns out. is made of
genuine white lead. and pure linseed
oil. If he does not "mix. it himself he
is not sure what is in it, and conse
quently his client cannot he sure.
'As for not being thoroughly mixed
by" machinery, that is simply a' mis
statement, i White Lead as made by
National Lead Company is thorough
ly incorporated with 1 or 8 per cent:
of pure Linseed oil in the.factory, mak-.
ing. a'.paste. This 'paste need only be
thinned with additional linseed oil 'to
make'lit ready for the brush.
The thorough- incorporation of pigj-.ment.and-.oil
has already been accom
plished before the painter gets it
-'To know-how to tell pure white lead.
is a great advantage to notn painter
and "house-owner. National Lead'Com
pany will send a tester free to anyone
interested. Address the company at
Wqodbridge Building, New York,N. Y.
.MADE H(S MEANING. 'CLEAR. '
' ' .
.Professor's .Son Translated Father's
Speech Into. the Vernacular.
'"'A. college professor, .in Jcompany
with. his son,, was enjoying a.walkln
'the .coiintry,'-when -tie met an old
farmer. It. had been a very "wet sea
son, .and the professor, thinking to
start the conversation in a way that
would prove interesting to the farmer,
"There has" been. a. rather ahnormal
precipitation of "late."
The- farmer seemed somewhat em
barrassed, and. the professor's son,
who used a different vernacular,
though he was a- student in the college
to which his father was attached, at
tempted to straighten out the matter.
Drawing the farmer to one side, he
said in a superior way.
"The governor means that we've
been having a devil of a lot of rain'
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"What do you mean, pa?"
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Tessum," said Sandy Pikes, as he
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"I.sternly object to the nefarious prac
tice of clipping off de tails of dogs." ,
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hearted, my poor man," sympathized
the good housewife.
"Well, it ain't exactly dat, mnm, but
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by de wags if he is in a good humor
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