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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

MRrs WiMyW kl d h hi y frr i d i < G1GWCH Salumay S turaay Februaiy24 Februa rpjlcA 24 1906 J 1 1JflE SUN S UN j d EDIT E D I rp T 1 0 01 J F ° uY Yours OUTS for ImmutabilityGeorge ImmutabilityGeorgeWhen Immutability George Georget GeorgWhen t When Mark Twain followed tho Equator he noted in his diary tho varied variedscenes variedscenes variedscenes I scenes through which he traveled and gave his impressions to tho world in a alargo aI alargo i largo volume which stands without a rival in vivid portrayal of personal expe experiences exporienccs experionecs ¬ riences gained by travel and in descriptive writing To read Marks book Following the Equator I is to turn a kaleidoscope kalei < 1oscopo to tothe totIle tothe the mental eye and to peer into a verbal panorama of swiftly changing scenes scenesMark scenesMark scenesMark Mark confesses that he saw so many different things in so short a timo that thatho thathoflgured thathe ho hoflgured figured out tho world as a huge patchqu...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

fY r r rr r r r r RIALS R I A L S i THE THESUN SUN J NINTH < PAGE PAGESaturday PAGEJ J 9 Saturday February 24 1906 1906J 1906Saturday r J Lets Have Tax Exemption for Factories FactoriesFloridas FactoriesI FactoriesFloridas FactoriesFloridas I Floridas manufactured products last year amounted to 50241078 turned turnedout turnol1out turnedf f out by 1410 manufacturing establishments capitalized at 32058482 employing 41001 persons and paying a total of 15730222 for their labor laborTins laborTIns laborThis Tins is a good showing compared with the one made five years ago for it is isAN isAN isAN AN INCREASE OF 47 PER CENT CENTGetting OENTGetting CENTGetting Getting into tho details of the Government report from which whiehtbe the forego foregoing forc foregoing o oing ¬ ing totals are taken we find that 22443278 of the total came from the pine pinetree lunotree pinetree tree 12502105 from lumber and 0851173 from naval stores storesNearly storesNearly storesNearly Nearly onehalf tile ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

J JI Jti r = J r jJIlt > 7T 7 iifi lr i WwN WwNI I ffiLrL i k I r I H IH < lCl < H > lMl iIMtf I ti tiJ tii < i iAl r tr wC wCr i > > W lt < lii i it J r > 1 tr 1 YrY i i i 1 ° AP > Y f 1 9 1 t f fr fiO t > r o oI I k 10 r THE SUN S February 24 1906 i THE 1 B1 d C Z A R S d S SP SPilyeve P PY PYlly Y YBy By ilyeve Chevalier William Le LeJueux Queux I J We sat for a long time discussing discusRfngtl1e discusRfngtl1ej the thestrange thestrange j strange affair In order to betray no noeagerness noeagerness nof f w eagerness to get getaway away I offered the big bigHighlander bigHighlander bigHighlander Highlander a cigar from my case and andwe andwe 1 we smoked together The inquiry would wouldbe i be hold Jleldon on the morrow he told me but butas butna butas as far as the tl public was concerned the thebody thoI thebody I > > body bcdywould would remain ad that of some poreC per person ¬ Yy t C son son II unknown unknownAnd un unknownAnd I nown n...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

r j February bruary 24 24190E 1906 THE SUN 11 y IN THE SUNS CHARIOT CHARIOTIntimate r Intimate Talks Between Publisher and Reader ReaderWe We v 0 thought those two new departments which we opened last week weekwould weekwould weekwould would make a hit hitWo hitWe liltWe We rather expected a mild sort of a killing because we knew that thatthe thattho thatthe the subjects were well chosen and had determined to see to it that they theywere theywere theywere were properly treated treatedWo treatedVe treatedWe Wo were not prepared pro pared for the wave of popular approval that thatwhelmed thatwhelmed thatwhelmed whelmed US as soon as the mails began coming in this week weekShaking weekShaking weekShaking Shaking the Old Plum Tree and Whats Agitating People PeopleThese Peoplofhese PeopleThese These Days under which heads are marshaled crisp news about aboutthings nhoutthings aboutthings things political and carefully culled comment on interesting topics topicsstand topicsstand topicssta...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

4i 4it 4iti t i ti 4 12 l THE BE SUN S February 24 1906 l O On n n nn LETTER FROM GEN E B BAILEY Monticello Fla Feb 10 1000 1000Editor 1000Editor 1000Editor Editor Sun SunI I thank you for sending me a marked markedcopy markedcopy markedcopy copy of your last issue containing ref reference referencot referenco ¬ erence erencot to my candidacy for Railroad RailroadCommissioner RailroadCommissioner RailroadCommissioner Commissioner I take no exception to toyour tol toyour l your yourstatement statement of facts that I was the theflwt theflrrt thefirst first to make announcement and that it itdocs itdOCR itdoes docs not denote my position at the finisil fin finish fiuiRhor ¬ ish iRhor or that I contributed Hon on more morethan morethan morethan than one occasion oec sion to the gayety of the theSenate theSenate theSenate Senate chamber Your suggestion that thatI I introduced resolutions foreign to the thework theworle thework work of the Florida Senate is absolutely absolutelyuntrue ab...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

III IIIFebruary February 24 1906 THE SUN 13 ESSAYS EsS lIS IN COMMON TIME TIMEON ji 1 ON SKATING Ever skate Its fine I didnt like it itat itat itat at first though Most pee people le dont donteither donteither donteither either The trouble about learning to toskate toskate to toskato skate is the fact that it must be done in ina ina ina a place pl lace ce that has a floor If some one onecould onecould onecould could could invent a skating rink without a afloor afloor afloor floor ho could make a fortune The Thefloor Thefloor Thefloor floor is is the ultimate destination of all allwho allwho U Uwho who are learning to skate It is as inev ¬ itable as a board bill This then being the case one with skatatorial ambition ambitionwould ambitionwould ambitionwould would naturally inquire regarding re ardit1g the themost themost themost most satisfactory way in In which to fall fallI I jw would uld say speaking lrpm from experience experiencethat experiencethitt that the best way to tall faU...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

j r f r f i i frr frrf February 24 24190 1906 I In f n 1 > kla 14 t < 4 THE SUN 4 t fr f I i > fc The Cjars Car s Spy SpyContinued SpyCContinucdfrom CContinucdfrom Continued from Tenth TcnthPagc TcnthPagcsuspicion Page Pagosuspicion PageM4yf M4yf suspicion fell lipon tpon me it would bring bringupon bringupon 1 upon me a fate worse than death Re Hemember Remember Remember member therefore that my future is entirely en entirely entirely ¬ tirely in your hands handsI + I dont quite understand I saidY said saidrising saidrising Y rising and standing before her her in the thefading thefnding the thefading fading twilight while the rain drove droveupon droveupon drovee e upon the old diamond window panesBut panes panesBut panesBut But I can only assure you that what whatever whatever whateverconfidence ¬ ever everconfidence confidence you repose in me I shallnever shall shallnever shallnever never abuse Miss Leithcourt LeithcourtI I know I know I she said quickly quicklyI I trus...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

F d i 4 n NV February 24 1906 THE SUN 15 t 4 f R = Windsor 1indsor Hotel HotelJacksonvilles ibidJacksonvilles Jacksonvilles Finestand Finest Finestand finestand and Floridas Largest Largestand and Best YearRound YearRoundHotel I A Hotel HotelDODGE otelt t 1 DODGE GULLCNS GULLCNSOwners Owners and Managers ManagersJOSEPH ManaAersI ManaAersJOSEPH ManagersJOSEPH V 1 I JOSEPH ZAPF 8 CO COJACKSONVILLE COI COJACKONVILLE I JACKSONVILLE FLA FLASolo FLASolo FLASolo Solo Distributors of oltho the Celebrated CelebratedANHEUSERBUSCH CclebrntcdANHEUSERBUSCH CelebratedANHEUSERRUSCH ANHEUSERBUSCH BEERS King of AllAlso All AllAlso AllAlso Also Wholesale Winos LiquorsMinotal Liquors LiquorsMineral LiquorsMino Mineral Mino l Waters Etc EtcIf EtcIf EtcIf If you want wantPuroand Puro and Reliable Goods if you want wanttho wanttho wantthe tho Best in Every Respect call on us Florida Hardware iardwareCoI1 Co I1 1120 20 East lay ay St t Jatksmvllto alkllnvll Fit Flar FlaIIMDWAAE FitHARDWARE FIIHARDWARE r H...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 24 February 1906

r r p 1 6 71 01 I I I EIGHT IGaTCHOIC CHOICE 4 LOCATIONS LOCATIONSi 9 t For a Home in in inR City Proper Properi i i l lw lf lfev Vv > < 4 ii < 3i R 1 1r i < 0Xj < t t r r ffi a 1Ivf 4 t I Iti 1f ti < I 0 f ft I tea teaF t 3 t > 9 9HOGAN F < j < NJ i HOGAN STREET STREETi STREETr r V VHalf V i j v 0 i j jI I I ililt Half alf lot close c ose in 2500 Can sell thirtyfive feet for 1800 1800DUVAL ° Irk ft ftf ftDUVAL f I I f DUVAL STREET STREETNear STREETNear X11 It ItI r I Near Liberty choice location size 40x105 a bargain at 2000 2000MONROE 20 2000I O OMONROE I f I 1 MONROE STREET STREETBetween STREETBetween STREETMail Between Main and Laura Lauralpt lot 37x105 price ppce4OOtl ppce4OOtlI 4000 4000ADAMS 4000ADAMS w I I j ADAMS STREET STREETNear STREETNear STREETNear Near Market full half lot 3500 3500MONROE 3500f 3500MONROE f y MONROE STREET STREETHalf STREETHalf r Half lot near Newnan faces south price 3500 3500ASHLEY 3500k I 0 I If IASHLEY k i f 1 ASHLEY STRE...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

TTTT T T T TIlT TIlTInthislssue In Inthislssue PapeT6 s3ue RAILROAD COMMISSION UNDER FIRE FIREA I 1Iii X MU u wwF H HUjjj Ujjj Ujjji I = = i pyN L T TI L LH l t H A Journal of Cartoon and Comment I 7 If Its Right We Are For It ItVolume ItVolume ItVolume Volume 1 1No No 16 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MARCH 3 1906 Single Copy 5 Gents y I N I Iy f N v vI vP vM I P M 1 1c c 1I i iJir I w Jir 1 1T 1rj T t 1 1NI J A rj ti ka 11 NI y 1 1CoU i u ii S 4 V CoU CoUJ CoUDONT I it itr itr r s r I 1 ti tic c z < t 1 s 111 1 tlI I 1111 I S 111 11 1 J 11 111 1 1 1DONT DONT MIND THE CENSUSSTORKS ARE COMING OUR WAY WAYIW r IW

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

S i bF t n ° L are ri i i i + > IF IF ITS RIGHT T WE ARE FOR ITii ITeditor IT ITCLAUDE A K KCartoonist TAYLOR TAYLOREditor ii I CLAUDE CL UDE Editor LENQLE LENQLEEditor TlH S UN L Cartoonist CartoonistMl C CartoonistAIIILLUITIIA1ID toflist toflistP1WITED JCK JCKSOIIVILE J CK OlIVIILE VIUE riOIIIP nDlIlDAI Ml HUOTMTO WEEKLY WITH A Wig OTirt OF IT = OWl OWNT HHHTtD FOB THE KPHE Of MMM IY THE IUN UII CHUMMY AT T 31 MOT HMHTO CTCT T Volume cimcko I No 16 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA fLOR DA MARCH 31406 3 1906 1906ntcrcd 5 Cents per Copy cPY52 2 per Year YearVolume YearJ1ntercd Ycarcimcko I J1ntercd ntcrcd at the Poet Office at Jacksonville Flat Fla as Becondclaaa matter q J IN INTHlf THE SUNS CHARIOT CH4RIOTIntimate i 4 r Intimate nits Between Publisher and Reader ReaderWe We have said several times in this department that letters come to tous 10us o oUS us every day da from people who are impressed with The Sun SunMost SunMost SunMost Most of the Impressions are good oodones ones Some few a...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

33 rv S 1 1Marchs Marchs 3 1006 THE SUN 3 l RAILROAD 1 COMMISSION UNDER FIRE FIREA A Compilation of Opinions for and andAgainst andAgainst andAgainst Against It as a Public Benefactor j In the absence of a direct political issue the value valueof valueof of the Florida Railroad Commission is fast becom becoming becomeing becoming ¬ ing a live topic with many of the State newspapers newspapersThe The Ocala Banner leads the way in condemnation condemnationof of the Commission while the Madison Recorderwhoso Recorderwhosoowner owner is secretary of the Commission is the most moststaunch moststaunch moststaunch staunch defender of the body and its works worksA A weak spot in the position of the defenders is islack islack islack lack of information stating the value of the Commis Commission Commisi ¬ i i sion in dollars and cents Generalities are abundant abundantbut but no definite figures of saving to the people are areannounced areI areannounced I announced The statement is made that ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

b r k kij ij titq iys 9 9u 9w u w + l wM e er r 1 March 3 31906 1906 THE SUN > v 5 5f f i SEEN BY B Y THE SUN OF LATE I x The Seaato has agreed to vote on the Statehood Statehoodbill bill March 0 0A DA 0t t i v A cigar factory is the latest instance of Gaines Gainesvilles Gainesvilles Gainesvines ¬ f villes industrial development developmentThe i The Fir FirHtFlorida First t Florida Brigade U C V will hold its itsannual itsannual itsa a annual reunion at DeFuniak March 24 24An 24An 29An An imperial ukase fixes may 1 la UH the date ofopening of ofopening ofopening opening the Russian National Assembly AssemblyTwo tffl embly embly1wo Two thousand thouH nd persons were drownol in Colombia Colombiaby by a tidal wave which followed an earthquake earthquakeThe The will of John B Stetson bequeaths the entire entireestate entiroeituto entireetato estate of 5000000 to hit widow aril family familyThe fnmil fnmilJ1le familyh h The United States Supreme Court upholds the thelight thotight th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

t + 7 7I I TiT 1 1I I < March 31906 3 1908 THE SUN 5 i mm r SUMMARY OF THE WEEKS NEWS Tho Russian Emperor has rejected measures pro providing providing providing viding more severe methods of checking disorder in intho inthe inthe the empire The press of St Petersburg with a asingle asingle asingle single exception denounces the convocation of the theNational thoNational theNational National Assembly before the elections have been beenfinished beonfinished beenfinished finished finishedAmerican finishedAmerican finishedAmerican American mission stations at Nanchang China Chinahave Chinahave Chinahave have been destroyed and two English and six French Frenchmissionaries Frenchmh Frenchmissionaries missionaries mh sionl1ries were killed in an attack by tho natives nativesFourteen natives1ourteen nativesFourteen Fourteen American missionaries escaped Tho United UnitedStates Unitedstates UnitedStates States gunboat El Cano at Nanking was ordered orderedto to the scene of trouble trou...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

i aril 7 7c 7f 7e v f fTHE c iII f r March 3 1906 6 r THE SUN J 4 SHAKING S1 KING TilE OL 01D 1 V PL UN TREE THE SHERIFF OF OLD DUVAL DUVALThis DUVALllIis DUVALThis This 10000 lOOOOpor per year plum perched on the top topmost to tomost > ¬ 4 most branch of the tree looms large and juicy before beforethe boCorehe beforeshe the eyes to whom the taste of political olitical fruit is grate grateful gmtehll grateful ¬ ful and creative ere tive of a craving not to be satified short shortti shortof ti i the partaking thereof thereofEarly thereoft thereofEarly t Early J ar1y in the season six long poleswere poles were reared rearedwayward reure reureHkywnrd wayward 4 reaching for this plum One of these thoseTHIS thesei theseMfY r 0 0L 0t 0H L > t V VMtYBE H i MfY MtYBE BE THIS THISIW THISH15 TNISalGHT H15 THEr THErRIGHT TH tRIGHTRING tRIGHTRINGADD alGHT RIGHT IW RING RINGROD nix IJ IJADD ADD TO POLITIC POLITIC1COLLECTION POLlTICOLLEtTI POLITICE000MTY COLLECTION ON or orCOUNTY Oy OyCOUN...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

t tMarch319O F I March3 March319O 1906 THE SUN It i 1 I Whats Agitating People These Days Defense of Josephs policy of effecting a corner cornerni ni corn has U1S been the topic of John D Rockefeller Jr Jrin Jrin Jrin in his talk to his Bible class for several Sundays and andthe andthe andthe the insistence with which the leader justifies Jo Josephs Josephs Josophs ¬ sephs actions is construed as an attempt to form a aparallel apnrallel aparallel parallel with the Rockefeller fortune and defend his hisfathers hisfuthers hisfathers fathers policy of monopoly monopolyMembers monopolylfembers monopolyMembers Members of the class however do not seem to toenjoy toenjoy toenjoy enjoy these talks of Josephs business sagacity fear fearing fearing fearing ¬ ing the newspaper comment that would follow one onemember onememher onemember member saying sayingsThe sayingThe sayingit it The way some of the newspapers are making makingfun fun of everything that good young man says is dis disgraceful...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

I I F I i J JI JJ I 9 9t 9Saluraa Saturaay J HCCH March tpJjE 3 1906 d THE SUN d f EDIT E D I T 0 t i < < Shaw and Scbiffs Scb ffs ComeBack Ball BallEver BallEver I Ever see ono of those little comeback come back balls used by merrymakers on carni carnival carnlvol carnival ¬ val days daysIf 1 1If If you have you know how quick they hit and get away awayIf If you havent look at Mr Taylors cartoon on this page pageThat pagerJlRt pageThat That long fine piece of rubber attached to the ball is SO ELASTIC ELASTICIt It brings the ball back to the hand holding the other end SO QUICK QUICKThe QUICKT11o The combination of rubber ball and rubber string fools the people SO BAD BADTHAT BADTHAT BADThIAT THAT IT REMINDS US OF SECRETARY SHAWS SHA Wg AND HIS FRIEND FRIENDJACOB IRIENDJCOn FRIENDJICOI3 JACOB SOHIFF8 H ELASTIC I < UKRENOY PROPOSITION PROPOSITIONNice k Nice man SchilF and Shaw is the same only more BO BODandy 80andy soDandy Dandy little plan pl m gotten up by this pair of ess...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

RIALS I Q R I A L S sf THE SUN j Saturday SaturdayMarch NINTH March 3 PAGEI PAGE < PAGESaturday 1906 6 Jl Fair Chance for the Rate Bill BillHas BillHas BillHas Has Ben Tillman been goldbricked goldbrickedThis This question is asked by several Democratic newspapers since the selection selectionof of the South Carolina Senator to manage the Railroad Rate Bill on the floor floorof floorof of the Senate SenateTho SenateThe SenateThe The reason for the query seems to lie in the fear that blame for the failure failureof of the bill to pass or its emasculation will be shifted from the shoulders of the thoRepublican theRepubHcan theRepublican Republican Senators who have resolved to either kill or cripple it into ineffect ineffectiveness ineffectiveness inefTeetiveness ¬ iveness to those of the Democrats by Senator Tillmans selection as a champion championWe We are willing to trust Ben Tillman to protect Democrats from this wily wilycombination wilycombination wilycombination combination...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

llTT i > > i M c cil Jtp X10 THE SUN March 3 3190 1906 il i I I THE T fl E d r CZARS C Z A R S SPY SPYBy I f By Chevalier William Le Queux All through througl1the the morning we weon wullta H al alon 1 1on on our hands badly torn by brambles bramblesEven brlmblven bramblABEven Even ven Muriels thick gloves did not notwholly notwholly notwholly wholly protect her and once whoa she shoreceived 8h 8hreceived shereceived received a nasty scratch across the cheek chocktthe cheek8hostoppednnd t she 8hostoppednnd stopped and laughingly y oxclaincd oxclaincdNow exclnithcduNow exclaiu1edcNow Now what untruth must mU t I imcnfc to toaccount toaccount toj j account for that thatMy thotMy 1 1My My own coat was badly torn and in mar marthan pro protlinn JrC JrCthnn than once I was compelled to scramble scramblethrough 8crn11lh1fthrough seramb1through through almost impassable thickets thickot3ict thickot3ictwe yet yetwe yett t we found no o trace of any al1ypreioulJ previous in intruder in...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 3 March 1906

k r r Gs GsMarch r rMarch f March ° 3 1906 THE TKETSTJN SUN 11 11j j IVE BEEN THINKING THINKINGBy By Charles Battel Loomis You were thinking yesterday my good woman womanthat womanthat womanthat that you were a little better than the lady who whocalled whocalled whocalled called on you although she has more money than thanyou thanyou thanyou you youBut But are you really hotter than sheYour she sheYour sIlOYour Your husband is a salaried man and her husband husbandis is an oil magnate magnateOf Of course that does notnecessnirly not make her any better than you because we all know that your yourhusband yourhusband yourhusband husband had 1m 1 a college education and her husband husbandwas was a day laborer laborerBut laborerBut laborerBut But why should your husbands education or her herhusbands horhusbands herhusbands husbands wealth have anything to do with you OU or orher orher orleer her Let us cut the husbands out of the proposition propositionWell Well then she has more money ...

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