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<7 YOUR INSURANCE MONEY will be promptly handed over to you if you sustain any loss by fire and hold a pol icy in any of the companies we represent. Prompt care is an invaluable aid in re building a business apparently destroyed. Protect yourself, your home, your family, your business, your future, by insuring with us. BURKE, GATES & SUBERBIELLE eopvt* IOHT RIINQS, ranging from the plainest gold band to the most ornate finger circlet imaginable, encrusted with sparkling diamonds, rosy rubies, opalescent pearls or other glitter ing gems—they'ie all here, to suit every taste, every purse. Gems of all sorts set or reset, just as you want them. Special orders executed promptly and satisfactor ily. J. W. ECKART. % mâ FINE CARUMS A OHT They Always Attract Attention. The vehicles shown in our salesrooms catch and hold the eye—and do more, for their gracefullness of design and beauty of finish are equaled by the excellence of fl the materials and workmanship entering inio their construction. Our prices are not one whit behind in popularity, and the fairness of our dealing is well known. This is a good place to buy. AGENT FOR Columbus and Geo. Any er A' Co. Buggies. -ALSO Undertaker and Funeral Director, SPEAKING OF BEVERA6ES. Here's to the friend of the thirsty ! The best and most refreshing drink you can obtain is good, honest, always-the-samo beer. It's only mildly exhiliarating, pro motes cordiality and has no afterclap of insomnia, headaches or nausea—provided, of course you get a pure, unadutlerated beer. Bud weiser Beer meets all the spe cifications enumerated above. HlCHT x New Iberia Ice and Bottling Works, V. ERATH, Proprietor. RiMilihlMi] PITTSBURG LUMP COAL ASH WOOD AND BUILDER'S SAND H^,rr BV MAX LEVY. YARD OPPOSITE FfSHER'S STABLE. E. W. Phillips, ARCHITECT CONTRACTOR AND 'BUILDER, NEW IBERIA, LA. Will furoiih Plans and Specifications for Sugar Houses, Dwellings and all kinds of ga in Iberia and adjoining parishes. Best of refference as to ability and at paid to eontraots. Sugar House Work Specially Solicited. NEW IBERIA BRICK FACTORY, Auf. Erath and K. Southwell, Proprietors. NEW IBERIA, LA. FIRST-CLASS PRESSED & COMMON BRICK, OP BAILBOAD AMD WATER SHIPPING FACILITIES, TO ALL POINTS. qaoM on Applioation. DR. SHEABD MOORE'S Sure Cure Liniment, Is the Best Known Remedy on Earth for Horses and Mules. Try a Bottle and be Conrineed. Onoe Used, Always Used. No Stable Complete Without It -POT vp OHLY BY OR. 8NEARD MOORE, Vatarimry Swem NEW IBERIA, LA. - H. F. DUPERIER, mannt in mkctu of mows, Everything N«w and Rrat«Claaa. WU1 l*Uekene of and Direct Fanerala ami attend all 4a UUa. Froapt reaponae made to all call* day or sight. Ownborlantf 'Phon* 47. Eut SM« of Bayou. NEW IBERIA. LA. ■HHfNitf *Ml Madia SI* GEO. SIMON, Proprietor, MAtCM* A mtC.IAVtY or Repair» on Sugar Houses, Cotton Gins, Saw Mills and Steamboats, etBiaae aadl Befiaed Bar ban, Aaü-FrisH— Botta, Nuts, Diaban, Met Tf it MOUTH MAI» ON all KINDS OF REPAIES. Qo to B URKE/GATES & SUBERBIELLE , Sl 3»¥affi» aco . /to* IKSURAFCE. Strongest Companies, Lowest Rates, Prompt AOmsimem <>/ if T he E nterprise. official journal of iberia parish and town of new iberia. THE WATERWORKS PLANT AND ITS CRITICS. of Since the inception of work upon the public works in course of con struction for the city of New Iberia, there has been a persistent effort on the part of a small coterie of disappointed self-seekers to dis credit these works, and the insidi onsness of the attacks has been in the efforts to create a division in the City Council by resort to false and malicious statements. The members of the Council have re mained unmoved, confident in the integrity of its engineers and the honesty and responsibility of the contractors ; and under all circum stances feeling absolutely safe with a first-class bond of $70,000 furnish ed by the contractors and fifty per cent of the contract price of the works to be paid over to them only after acceptance of the works. However, in order to give full play to its critics, the Council as sembled ou Wednesday evening and it was made known that they would be given carte blanche. Quite a number of the citizens of the city assembled on the occasiou, and when the meeting was called to order, the invitation was extended to all who desired to speak to come forward. The exhibition made of «them selves by the opposition was indeed a pitiful one ; for every utterance emanating from that source was confirmation of their ignorance and a series of ad missions that unvieled the puerility of their attack. They sought to pass judgment upon and condemn works in crude and un finished condition, assuming that the men upon whom rests the re sponsibility for the proper perfor mance of this work are callous to their trust. But when confronted in the open, the weakness of their attack was so apparent and their confusion so pronounced that they were more deserving of pity than were more deserving of pity THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Under the auspices of the State Board of Education Mr. H. E. Chambers, State Institute Conduc tor, has just given to the teachers of Iberia Parish a most delightful week's Institute .work. The character of the work done was more advauced in its nature, than that done by previous con ductors, the appreciation of which was manifested by the spirit in which the teachers entered into the work. The cardinal points developed throughout the week were those of thorough preparation, a progres sive spirit, and a deep insight into child life. These facts were so prominently brought out, that the teachers felt at the close of the week, that they wére more nearly in touch with the great educational movement sweeping over our land. The lectures of President Cald well of the State Normal and Mr. Chambers emphasized the fact, that no teaoher can afford to enter a profession, the history of which is unknown to him. If the lines of suggestion are followed that were offered by Mr. Chambers, who can doubt, but that the teacher will be able to write for the diseased mind a prescription with the same degree of accuracy as the physician writes for the body. Then, too, who can doubt that the day is far distant when the peo ple seeing the results, will rise in their might, put away all prejudice and political intrigue ; give their loyal support to a wisely selected school board, and get the best teach ers for their children. Persons who eaa not take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitt's Little Early Burn. They an the best little pills ever made. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BYTHE IBERIA PARISH TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. After a week spent in earnest and profitable work, we the teachers of Iberia Parish, wishing to show our appreciation of the efforts of our State Institute Conductor, Mr. Henry E. Chambers, hereby make the following resolutions : Be it resolved, That we extend our hearty thanks to Mr. Mr. J. V. Calhoun, State Supt. of Education, to Mr. B. C. Caldwell, the learned and worthy President of the State Normal School, and to oar esteemed Institute conductor, Mr. Henary E. Chamber for their efforts in afford ing ns this opportunity for self-im provement and advancing the stand ard of the teacher. Be it resolved farther, That we extend our sincere thanks to Mr. Lawton, the President of oar 8ebool Board and to Superintendent L. O. Hacker, and the other members of the board, for the interest and seal they have shown in giving the Ibe ria teachers every opportunity pos sible to gain proficiency and skill in their work. Be it resolved farther, Thai we tendar a vote of thanks to Mr. W. B. Hale, the Principal of the New Iberia High School for his untiring efforts in elevatiug the standard of the teacher. Be it resolved, That we individ ually and collectively thank those who aided Prof. Chambers in his work in giving us practical demon strations of methods now in vogue, enabling ns to apply the same in our own schools. Be it resolved, That we, oue and all, tender our heartiest thanks to Prof. Mascorro for the great pleas ure afforded us by his music. We appreciate exceedingly his genero sity in giving his services and time to make our meetings more delight ful. Resolved, That we send copies of these resolutions to the Times Democrat, Picayune, New Iberia Enterprise and Weekly Iberian, Coast Herald and Independent Ob server. Resolution committee: P. P. R ust , Chairman ; A. L. B eers , J osie C. T hom , J. U. D avis . James A. L^e the druggist, will refund you your money if you are not satisfied after using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness constipation and headache. Price, 2f< cents. Samples free. 'CACOETHES SCRIBENDI." M r . E ditor —You are no more of a (Ireek and Latin scholar than I, and had you heard, as 1 have re cently of a person having an ag gravated case of cacoethes scriben di, you would have wondered as to what it all meant. I must have suddenly succumbed to the malady, for I have au overweening desire to write you about it. After much research, I find it to mean "an itch for public print." It is not an ordinary, transient case of itch, nor is it even a seven year itch. It is more still. Ac cording to the best information which I can find on the subject, it is a perpetual itch ; and the longer it lasts, the more unbearable it be comes. Worse than that, it is not an affliction that bears on the un fortunate victim alone, but being "an itch for public print," the readers of the public journals are made to bear an undeserved share of this itch. of this itch. If a smallpox patient came to you to shake his itchy scales ou you, you would readily object; and still the question suggests itself to me—why do you journalists allow your papers to be used to scatter the "cacoethes scribendi" all over your readers. You may claim to be pardoned because you perhaps do not know the symptoms. But you should. It is your business to know ; and one cau ouly attribute yonr participa tion in this infliction on the good public to your extreme kindness of heart. Do not let me be under stood as suggesting any unkind treatment of the unfortunate vic tim of this strange malady. Do not close the doors on him forever and a day. That would be too dan gerous a course—too drastic a rem edy. Besides there might be some intervals where the "itch" would be at rest, and the victim be able to write something in a normal manner. But if you are going to take any chances at all, scrutinize, scrutinize, and again scrutinize, to determine if there be any symp toms of the trouble. You do not know the symptoms! They are varied ; but in all cases accompanied by a morbid mental condition, which leads to.an un healthy vein of all matters, accom panied, of necessity, by the desire of taking the public in confidence. Here are some of the most prom inent features by which you may take warning. Iu some, it is man ifested by a scrutiny of the ways and doings of the neighbor, and before the unsuspecting victim knows it, a little dart, with the suddenness of the sting of a wasp, has been given in a little scrib. This is an overweening desire to regulate the conduct of others. Do make these stop. Again, it will appear in the seizure of the most ridiculous occasions co write abont one's self, one's relatives or one's ancestors; throwing around tbem a maudlin sentimentality that is of fensive to those having any delica cy of feeling. These unfortunates have a morbid affliction. They do not appreciate the fact that the pur est sentiments are those burned in the heart, and not those vanuted before the public. They want the world to know that they love their kin, as though the world would not have suspected it, and as a result they do not try to enrb their "ca coethes scribendi." Do tell them abont this. Do tell them that, while their malady is permanent in its natnre, they shonld try to do something to avoid the parading of themselves in public print. Those who know them do not need this ; those who do not, care not abont them. The malady, at times loosens the judgment to snch a seri ons extent as to cause the suffer er to trample upon the most sacred private matters of men. Anything and everything is a provoking cause for an outburst of this "itch." "itch." At the birthplace of a foundling or the grave of man or woman, fruitful material is famished. The itchy victim knows thst he has a craving for the print ; his malady does not allow bim to know that others may have a horror of it. "Cacoethes scribendi" calls for material, and the more outlandish the subject matter, the better it suits, liiere may be, and general ly is, no intent to hurt the feelings of the party of whom he writes. The tenth is that his or her feelings in the matter are not of a moment's thought. Do tell them, when the malady hat shown itself in this shape, that they must not undertake to tell the world other people's business. A very ordinary form of the dis ease manifests itself in the delu sion that one is the Apostle Paul. From the highways and byways, the one "possessed of the spirit" must proclaim the moral lessou. This is the most inoffensive impo sition to which the public is made to submit from the sources being considered. It has no merit save that if there be no objection to it on High, it does no harm here be low. It sometimes makes the read er tired. Mr. Editor, keep your columns open to the worthy expression of opinion on public matters, but pro tect individuals from being the vic tims of "cacoethes scribendi." It does seem to me that the rela tives of a man or woman thus af flicted might give yon a helping hand. I know of cases in which these seem indifferent onlookers. But again do you free us from the "cacoethes scribendi." Yours truly, G iveusarest . There is probably no disease or condi tion of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than piles. Tablei ' s Buckeye Pile Ointment cures them quickly, without pain or detention from business. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 7f> cents. Albert Estorge. Lily Whites' Loss in the Third District. United States Marshal Foutelieu received the news yesterday that the Iberia delegation to the lily white committee had sent in their unanimous resignations, and had come back to the regular Republi can fold, with renewed assurances of fidelity to Captain Wiinberly as State leader and to Marshal Fonte lieu as leader in the third congres sional district. The resignation, addressed to John T. White, secretary of the lily white committee of Iberia, is signed by the following prominent citizens : Felix Moulis, a business man of New Iberia ; Frank Blanc, contrac tor; O. Viator, Thomas Miguez, Alphonse Viator, D. Miguez, plant ers ; Fred Gates, business man of New Iberia; B. F. Christianoy, builder. This action will hasten the dis integration of the lily white party in the third district, and will soli dify the influence of Captain Wiin berly and of Hon. Charles Fonte lieu. The letter of resignation was as follows : "Believing that the further main taining of a separate organization from the regular Republican party of Louisiana can but bring discord and disunion, and recognizing the leadership of Hon. A. T. Wiinber ly in the state, and of Hon. Charles Fontelieu in the third congression al district, we hereby tender our resignations as members of the lily white committee of Iberia parish." X. O. Picayune, Jan. 31. COLLIN'S AGUE CURE cures the Kidneys, works the Lirer, tones np the Stomach and purifies the Bowels. For sale by Julius Koch. The House passed an omnibus bill carrying 191 claims for stores and supplies taken by the Union army during the civil war. Wanted—Young meu and Ladies to learn telegraphy. Situations se cured or money refunded. Dallas Telegraph College, Dallas, Texas. Telegraph College, Dallas, Texas. ACT OF INCORPORATION OP THE IBERIA CYPRESS COMPANY, Ltd. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, \ S t a te of L ouisiana, P arish or I beria, j Be it known, that on this 26th day of the month of January, in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and One, be fore me, Louis T. Dulany, a notary public in and for the Parish of Iberia, State of Louisiana, duly commissioned and quali fied, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, per sonally came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto subscribed, who severally declare that, availing themselves of the provisions of an Act of Legislature of this State, known as Act No. 36 of the session of the year 1&88, as well as the. general laws of this State, governing the formation of corporations in general, they do, by these presents, agree and bind them selves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter become associated with them, in order to form and constitute a corporation or body politic in law for the objects and purposes under the stipula tions following, to-wit : ARTICLE I. The name and title of this corporation shall be, THE IBERIA CYPRESS COM PANY, LIMITED, and it shall have and enjoy succession and existence for the period of ninety-nine years from date hereof. It shall have the power to con tract, to sue and be sued in its corporate name, to make and use a corporate seal, and make, break and alter the same at pleasure, to hold, purchase, lease, sell, mortgage or hypothecate property, real, personal or mixed, to make and issue bonds, to lend any portion of its eapital stock or income, or mortgage secuiity, or other security ; to name, elect and appoint managers, directors and agents and to make and establish sueh by-laws, rules, regulations as may be necessary for its proper management. ARTICLE H. The domicile of this corporation, and its principal offiee for the transaction of busi WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF DOCTORS -TO OUR LARGE SUPPLY OP H. 3£. MTTXjIFOIR/ID &c CO.'S Fresh trlTcerisized Vaccine AND POINTS. Guaranteed to "Take." LEE' the it be of af the ' s 7f> as to is of of ness, shall be in the city of New Iberia, Parish of Iberia, Louisiana. The President, or in his absense, the Vice President, shall be the officer upon whom citation or other judicial process shall be served. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corporation hereby fixed at the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars, ($250,000.00') and this charter shall be operative, and go into effect, and the said corporation become a going concern, when the sum One Hundred Thousand Dollars, ($100, 000.00) shall have been subscribed for. The capital stock of this corporation shall be divided into twenty five hundred (2,500) shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars, ($100.00) per share, and shall be paid for in cash, or the equivalent in real estate, mill property, timbered lands, notes, bonds or mortgages, or any other property which the Board of Direc tors mav approve. article iv. The objects and purposes of this cor [»oration, and the nature of the business to be carried on by it, are hereby declared to be, to do a general lumber and man ufacturing and general merchandise busi ness, to own and operate saw and shingle mills, planing mills, sash, door and blind factories, and other manufactories, also railroads, pull boats and steam boats ; make contracts for the sale of lumber, shingles, etc., and for the purchase of logs and timber ; to own and operate lumber yards, in this and other States, and, fact, to do any and all things, necessary and proper to the carrying out of its busi ness. ARTICLE V. The business of this corporation shall directed by and vested in a Hoard of Direc tors, composed of five stockholders, each owning one or more shares of stock; Said directors shall be elected at a general, meeting of the stockholders, convened for that purpose, on the second Tuesday January in each year, and each share stock present or represented, shall be en titled to one vote. The election shall be held at the principal offiee of the corpora tion, after ten days notice to each stock holder. Failure to hold an election on the date specified shall not dissolve the corporation, but the directors in office shall hold their respective offices until the election be subsequently held, after ten days notice of the time and place thereof. All vacancies in said board from what ever cause shall be filled by the remaining directors. All meetings above set forth shall be called on not less ihan ten days notice published in the official journral of the Parish. The Board of Directors shall elect a Presi dent, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Manager. The Secretary, Treasurer and Manager need not be a stockholder in the corporation. A majority of the board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The President shall be the General Manager of the corporation with the power to appoint an assistant manager, and the salaries of all the officers of the corporation shall be fixed by a majority vote of the stockholders at the date of the election. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder shall be liable or re sponsible for the contracts, faults or debts of said corporation in any further sum than the unpaid balance due the corpora tion on the shaves of stock owned by him nor shall any informality in organization have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of exposing a stockholder to any liability beyond the amount of his stock. ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation may be amend ed, altered or modified or this corpora tion dissolved by a vote of three-fourths of the shares of the total amount of the stock, at a meeting held for that purpose after ten days notice in writing mailed to the address of each stockholder and at least one advertisement in the official newspaper of Iberia Parish. ARTICLE VIII. At the expiration of this charter, or if soonev dissolved, the affairs of this corpora tion shall be liquidated by the Board of Directors, who are hereby vested with full power to sell any and all assets of the corporation, and to convey full and com plete title thereto and shall have the full power to do and perform all acts necessary and proper to fully and completely liquidate the affairs and distribute the proceeds, if any, among the stockholders iu proportion to the amount of the stock held by each. ARTICLE IX. The following named persons shall con stitute the first Board of Directors : R. H. Downman,President and General Manager; F. H. Lewis, Vice President ; J. F. \Vig gington, Secretary and Treasurer ; H. B. Hewes anil Geo. W. Dallas. They shall hold their offices until the second (2d) Tuesday in the month of January, 1902, or until their successors are elected or qualified. \ j of as a at or to qualified. ARTICLE X. This corporation shall be authorized to begin business whenever the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of stock shall have been subscribed. The stock of thi-3 corporation is trans ferable only upon the books of the same. Thus done and passed in my office, in the City of New Iberia, State of Louisiana, on the. day, month and year first above written, and in the presence of Messrs. VV. B. Davis and P. L. Knott, competent witnesses of lawful age, who have signed their names together with the parties and me, Notary after due reading of the whole. R. II. DOWNMAN, FRED H. LEWIS, Witness : J. F. WIGGINGTON, W. B. D AVIS , H. B. HEWES, P. L. K NOTT . GEO. W. DALLAS, LOUIS T. DULANY, Notary Public. State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia. Having examined the foregoing act of incorporation of THE IBERIA CYPRESS COMPANY, LIMITED, and finding noth ing therein inconsistent with or contrary to the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, 1 hereby approve the same Given this 28th day of January, 1901, in the State and Parish aforesaid. ANTHONY N. MÜLLER, District Attorney 19th Judicial District State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia. I, the undersigned authority, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of THE IBERIA CYPRESS COMPANY, LIMITED, is a true and cor rect copy of the original now on file in my office, and recorded in Miscellaneous book No. 4 at page 15 et seq., January 28th, A. D. 1901. J. G. LeBLANC, Clerk Nineteenth Judicial Distict Court. WANTED.—Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of solid financial reputation: «936 salary per year, pay able weekly; «3 per day absolutely sure and all expense* ; straight, bona-fide, definite salary, nc " i; »alary p alarv, ana « commission ; salary paid each Saturday and ex pense money advanced each week. STANDARD HOUSE, 334 Dearborn St., Chicago. For Rent or Sale--» Fifty-Acre Farm is to of j to j i ! in j ! ; in of ; Located about thiee miles southwest of New ^''' in suitable for Cane or Cotton, all under fence, comfortable dwelling Jind outbuildings. Also a well Improved Cotton Gin, Situated in New Iberia, on the Southern Pacific Railroad track, adjacent to the Depot. Lee Lewis Addition, Smith Addition, Malain Addition, Town I rvt- in Robertson Addition, 1 own ln I Frere Addition. Also For Sale ALL i nnd Frere IN NEW IBERIA, LA. ALSO TWO LOTS on the northwest side of Duperier Avenue, on other unimproved, situated on the East side of Bavou leehf improved and the Apply to Geo. M. Robertson, General Fire Insurance Office. XEW I BE Kl A, LA. FE NN KU, Preside IIIS «HANN Jii. I! Sill,AN A. Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Har ness, etc., Srudebaker Wagons. 315 Magazine Street NEW ORLEANS, li. WKiih: l'on I ata um r/-: am » ran i: SPECIAL AT THE Star Clothing Hous' Second Store from the Market. ^ THE BALANCE OK or If MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING Mackintoshes and Gents' Furnishing Goods, To be sold in the next 30 days, regardless of cost, as wo must close them out in order to make room for oui Spring Stock, which is coming soon. Call on us and see our prices before purchasing elsewheic and lie convinced. J List KcceivccI ! THE FOLLOW I NO HtUHGUADK WINES & LIQUORS ....Which We Offer at Special Low Prices for Introduction.... Planters' Choice Rye Whiskey Moss Standard Rye Whiskey " Old Velvet Rye Whiskey " Imperial Nectar Rye Whiskey " 8-Year-01d Bourbon Whiskey - * - " Exquisite Table Claret *J"Pive Cents Allowance on all Wine Bottli s Keturneri. One Trial Will Convince You of the Superiority of the Above Brands. CrOOXIS EELIVEEEE TO illTT PJ5.ET OF THE CXTTT. tin] Ion. $2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 3.50 .60 bottle $ .50 .60 .75 1.00 .90 .15 Wo are soliciting the JUG AND best attentiou. C 'lmhkki.anp ' P hone 10. H oosktt " 155. BOTTLE TRADE as a specialty ni»«i will give «tarne our CALL AT CAFE, Corner Main dt Church Alley, NEW IBERIA, LA. GOLD MEDAL AWARDS. paris - 1889. chica60 • 1893. paris - 1900. centennial, cincinnati - 1888. omaha exposition - 1888. 11 j* """foi m Latest and Greatest VICTORVI To Oar Friends and the Public—We irreet you with the SEWING MACHINE has been awarded the GOLD ne ru Due— we «reel you with the pleasing information that the WHITK imethighestrecoKniUon at the GREAT PARIS EXPOSITION in bavin* .. . MEDAL. When you consider that at this Exposition, the WORLD met in competition with all that represents latest progress and improvement, the importance of this award to all nsers of sewing machines will be appreciated. This verdict of an impartial Jury composed of EXPERTS of highest renown, on sueh an occasion is conclusive and requires no supporting arguments. o. SOU MENT hHhUlMUl UM WEITE SEWINO MACUNE tor Itaria. Lateytfto. U. Marti« B. ORTTE, NEW IBE3RIA, I .A. Main St. Lock Box 339. „Tonic Regulator The Beet Liver Medicine. Largest Package on the Market. 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