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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 August 1900

Minister Oongor Gables That Allies Must Hurry On to Pokin , THE MINISTERS REFUSE TO LEAVE Escort of Native * Troposfid by Tnung LI Yiimen Mentis Certain Death Ilvculpt of Li tent Mexsngo Determines Govern ment to Hush Kellof to the Curltiil. WASHINGTON , Aug. 11. In the light of the latest dispatches from Minister Conger , received by the State department through Minister Wu today , the attitude of the admin istration Is that there IB but ono thing to be done In the present cir cumstances , namely , io press on to the relief of the besieged garrison at Pe- kin. This was made known after ex tended communications between Wash ington and the president at Canton. The Conger message was accepted as showing conclusive Justification for the Imperative demand of the United States sent to the Chinese govern ment on Wednesday night , Insisting that the Imperial troops co-operate with the International forces In the rescue of the ministers , and until this condition , as well as the cessation ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 16 August 1900

"We have three children. Before the birth of the last one my wife used four hot ties of MOTHER'S FRIEND , If you had Ilie pictures of our children , you could sue al a glance that the last one Is healthiest , prettiest an J flnest-looklnpofthemall. My wife thinks Mother's Friend Is the greatest and grandest remedy In the world for expect ant mothers. " Written by a Ken tucky Attorncy-at -Law. prevents nine-tenths of the suffering Incident to child birth. The coming mother's disposition and temper remain unruffled throughout the ordeal , because this relax ing , penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress. A good-natured mother Is pretty sure to have a good-natured child. The patient is kept In a strong , health ? condition , which the child also inherits. Mother's Friend takes a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly. II assists In her rapid recovery , and wards off the dangers that so often follow de livery. Sold by druBE'slfl ' for $ 1 a bottle. THE BRADFIELD R...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

L Stnte lllat Librarian Sooloty VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 23 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 10 I Lave spent yours nt the wntchmnkcr'fl bench , years of constant application , practice nnd xtodv No longer than Is ncceaenrv to become n flnlthcd watchmaker , Jeweler or engraver. "genius" may < lo It In le s time Tills "Bcnlm" comes from the farm , or fie bicycle or tcwlni ; nmchlnn repair shop , and In fix months la dolui ; "lino J wtah repairing. " I am not gonlns tlmplyu hard worker IIBTO thoroui'hly ' tunetcrrd my tnide , do peed work only , promptly for cash , at right prices. t Graduate ot Chlcaco Opthalinlo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's. 4 < * m " 03 w 01d 01m fo d 00 f t lm 't tlie nintorlal int tli t ri-Hint- . a neri cl f7Tn.it is nig l noui J-lou/ that does t bo buHintJBS , any bi can buy thf line kinds < > t mstpnnl Unit I use In repairing ; but fcUill is Ilin most vnluable material t...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

CDSTERCODfflMFDBLICAN D. M. AJISDEUUr , Vublliher , BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. There have been good rains in In diana of late. It is announced that the shah of Persia has abandoned his proposed rvlslt to Berlin. , Seventy-eight couples were married Sunday at St. Joseph , Mich. Many were from Chicago. Seattle 16 to have a world's fair In 3904 to commcmmorate the settlement of the Pacific Northwest. At Corinth , Miss , Jack Belts , a ne gro , was lynched , lie Is said to have white girl. assaulted a ten-year-old Marshal II. Harris , one of the most widely known men In central Missouri , and one of the first settles of Sturgeon , Is dead. Ex-Senator Ingalls's remains will bo burled at Atchlson , Kan. , his late home. He died In Las Vegas , New Mexico. The Shanghai Gazette openly im peaches the United States consul , John Goodnow , of open complicity with the Chinese. The pressed glassware factories throughout the country have resumed work , giving employment to over 12- ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

I REMDINGllOCGRIES Privata House and Office Eont Pr.id iu Grocoriw Taken FROM SOLDIERS HOME AT MILPORD Old Soldier * Crowded Out to IMnko Itnom for IteliitlvcB mid Friends of Olllrluls How Stntc lfiiml Arc Uncleanly dercil by I'oimllit Olllcluls. \\Mthout a doubt the most open nnil flagrant corruption practiced In any of the state Institutions Is practiced at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at Milford. Officials of the Home have gone so far as to appropriate public property to their private use ; ns to pay private lillls , such as house and ofllce rent , with groceries and provisions bought -with state funds ; ns to dispose of pub lic property and not properly account font.be same ; as to purchase clothing and fancy furnishing Roods for rela tives and have them put on the books ns groceries nnd pay for them out ot moneys belonging to the state ; and as to nil the building with relatives and friends and furnish them with bed , board and lodging at the expense of the state. In short ,...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

ri ( A" _ 1 * IT ( tola ( L'o. i Jr * ; JM ) Idunl PT TJ ThnriUt1w < V i t ! + < ii' v * " t3.ntfe 'n rtiM it Hloci Fvmttfc Atf.-V 'f ' Entered M HIP txwuinif * t Hwlrrti tUiw , Nh M urcoml .r thoU. ! . M One YHMIn ? . , ll 0o PUPUBUCAX TICKET. For * ai 'Hllllltm A > ttsrOX , Sheridan. SPrrimtirw WJU StSCKKKK , Cwming. I'mJkWorfnj © run- * ! . FRANK X PHOUT GAGE. JVC Ccro Vab Uioda and lildcs. G 0 KOLLMKll , Tbnyer. ForSupt Pub Instruction. NY K KOWLEU , Washington. Per Congroia. filObES P. KINKAll ) . For Senator , Kill Senatorial District , 11ON. F. M. OUKIUK , Sargent. COUNTY , For ConntjAttoinoy , JUDBON 0. POUTER. | JOHN K. NK8H1TT It. 11. W1NU1IAM. KUWAKU ItOYbK. Presidential Klectors I , . II. HAUU * , S. 1' . UAVIHDSON , JAUOI1 .IACOI180N , JOHN Ii. KKNKDY. \.joaiu'ii \ it. I.ANO. Rcpubl.cnn SupcrvUor Conventions. rinsr wsruloT. The repulillctina of tlio Ut RuperTlBor district of CuMer county , Mclirnakn , will meet In convention nt Wcitcrvlllc , Nobr. , Saturday , ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

A . , * , * < STOCK JUST RECEIVED ! W. H. PENN & CO. * * Have just received a Complete Line of Clothin : - Gent's - ; - Furnishing - : - Goods , iCall and examine before purchasing. Prices are Right , Realty Block. W. H. PENN & CO. ? 11J7E V/ANT nay to the \A/ \ / Public that our health V i is fairly good , and hav ing laid neido our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our oycs turned in the di rection of businosH , wo are ready to servo our customers with tlio best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in faot ANYTHING usually kept in ft FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and we know f.iey are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh * ny ! Try our 00 COAL for cooking. Remember LUMBER CO , PHONE 79. BROKEN BOW , NEB. F. C. WORNALL , President. J. A. H/VltlUS / , Cnrhlrr. A. J. KOBKHTSON , Vlce-Prea. W. I ) . BLACIvNVKLL , ABs't Cannier Farmers Bank .of Ouster County , BROKEN BOW , NEB. Transacts a General Ba...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

K.crca's Cretan "Prince. Prince Kui Who , second ton of the king of Korea , and heir apparent to the throne , hns just come to this coun try for the purpose of mastering the English language. Eul Wha will prob ably attend the University of Califor nia or Lcland Stanford , Instead of go ing cast , as was his ( list intention. The prince Is of small stature and very dark , resembling the Japanese In his general characters. He is In tha care of Sin Bft Too , second secretary of the li f PRINCE EUI WHA. Korean legation nt Washington , who is acting as interpreter for the royal Oriental. Ii . I . . . . I Profits' Forkiddcn. In considering a bill granting the English City of Rochdale authority to build and , oncrote municipal tram ways , the- Police and Sanitary com- inltteo of the House of Lords , , acting on its own motion , recently added an amendment forbidding the applica tion of any profits from the undertak ing to.tho general expense ofitho city , or to any purpose , other than the...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

Beauty awcT strength In women vanlsffs early in ISfe because of monthly pan or some menstrual Irregularity , Many suf fer silently and see their best goffts fade away , I Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I hatfis vsonion preserve roundness of form and freshness of face be cause it makes their en- tare female organasin healthy * It carries wo men safely through the various natstral erases and is the safeguard of woman's health * The truth ahotat this great enecficfaQ is told in the letters front women heists ; pukHshetS in this "Home , Svjeef Home3" i Excursion via To OHIO , INDIANA and KENTUCKY Tuesday , Sept. IHH , IOOO. LOW RATES from PEORIA , ILL. , to INDIANAPOLIS ced rtfirn $5,00 CINCINNATI and return 87,00 LOUISVILLE and return $7,00 DAYTON and return $7,00 SPRINGFIELD and return $7,00 .SANDUSKY and return $7.50 COLUMBUS and return $7,50 Corresponding Rates to Intermediate Points. RETURN LIMIT 30 DWS. "Come Mome > . " Tor tickets nnd full Information call on agents Hio...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 23 August 1900

Women sufler- uu * from ft'inali1 troubles and weakness , and from irregular or painful menses - -ses , ought not ito lose hope if Moctors cannot ll'olpthetn.Phy- , r.ic'i.ins are so I bit'.y with other I diseases that they do not un derstand fully the peculiar ail ments and the delicate organism of woman. What the sufferer ought to di > is to give n fair trial to BOADFSELD'S FemaBQ K&gufafoa * which is the true cure provided by Nature for all female troubles. l\ \ is the formula of a physician of the highest standing , who devoted his vvhole life to the study of the dis < ttnct ailments peculiar to our moth ers , wives and daughters. It is made of soothing , healing , strengthening herbs and vegetables , which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses , Leu- corrhuea , Falling of the Womb , Nerv ousness. Headache and Backache. In fairness to herself and to I5rad field's Female Regulator , every suffering woman ought to give it a trial. A lar...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

A > - * , * * * * , L-CiiJ 1 VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 30 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO II She Made Eyes. Women "tnailo eyes" BB H liiiPlm'Ki In I tlie il n R of jinwtlcr , pnlchcs niul nrtlflclnt chivalry . Even now , porno Hi | > eranimtol bcllo , \vlin ; low Utr tlionsnmlt by tlicso old fashioned methods In tlio day * nf Pol It niul Hochnnnn , will cnmplnln of her granddaughter - daughter : "Nelly him bountiful oycg , If she only knew liow to use them. " Chances I nro , the grand daughter Imeu't the perfect eyes her ancestor Imd. Wo do no "make eyes. " hut mafco had R > ee peed by proper application of Kineses where needed. Gliispee to fit any byo. Graduate of Chicago Opthalinlc College. School Books , Tablets AND- School Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's. oca 0 CO 03h 0 03H - I W 0fo 01d 01m CX = J oca ItlM t me ttiitterlnt Ill-.t K Into v i ur In n i > erlct 7 < il > . it is tliu Jiou ; tbnt does tlio buoinubS , any bungli-r...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

Totvcrs Writes a Letter. Thg , sentence of lifo Imprisonment lumping over Caleb Powers , who was convicted of complicity In the murder of WUl'lnin ' Qocbcl , dors not seem to weigh heavily Upon the prisoner's nplrlts. He has hope of n release from confinement or a mitigation of hiH sentence through n new trial or an appeal to the higher courts on a writ'of error. Powers still maintains that ho Is Innoccntof the charge against himand has made public the following state ment : "To the Public : I am asked my opinion concerning my trial and the verdict of the Jury. Could I have but ono opinion ? Can any fair- minded man or woman of this state have but one ? , That ono of the greatest Judi cial furecs known to history has been ' ' enacted' here In my , trial , under the forms of law , newell Caleb Powers. well Informed man can doubt. Innocence Is no shield with $100,000 and the methods of CampbolllBin apaliHt' ) ' you. The recti tude of one's past life counts -for naught. They w\y Taylor...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

Know Iloxr to Mukn n U is related of the Into C. P. Huntington - ington that n young innn once called on him to sell some much-needed mils fit $75 a ton. Mr. Huntliigton wild lie had rails to sell himself , nnuiscd the caller by a half-hour's chut and got him to Pell at $00 a ton , with a six months' note for pay. Then before thp man left Mr. Hunting-ton discounted the note for G per emit off nml paid the cash. Host for tlio Hnvrrlg. Ko matter what alls you , headache to a cancer , you will never getqll until your bowels arc put right. CASCAHETS help nature , euro you without a gripe or pain , produce easy natural movements , cost you Just 10 cents to start getting your health back. CASCAUETS Candy Cathartic , the genuine , put up In motnl boxes , every tablet has C. C. C. stamped on It. Do- ware of Imitations. Iliuulltoii'it NairnOmitted. . Alexander Hamilton was not only ono of the greatest constructive states men wbo ever lived ; ho was also a New Yorker. Yet the New York com mit...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

PnbltMicil Tliutiuliiy fit llmUonnlj i y iy _ _ > . * . ASiKiUCuieVuitiir * ) .OIiro ) : ti Unptiir HltK-k. fourth ATP. ' < . ' Entered lit poatonlce nt llrol.cn How , Nob. , a * fwond-clnfs mnttrr for Untie ml * don through thoU. .M. Mnlla. StjfjHl'HIlTluN ntK'E : Ono Y'iar , In ndviiuce . Sl.W , /\U . 30 , 1000. REPUBLICAN TICKET. I JOHN V. NK91UTT II. 11. WINDHAM , KMVAIIU HOVsK. nliloutlnl Kicclorp I , . It IIAlllJK , S. 1' . DAVDIDSON , JACOII JACOHSON , JOHN I , . KENKDY. JOMJl'II li. LANO. HTATII TXCK.I5T. For Governor. 01IAS II DIKrmclI , Ail-ins. For Lieut Govermr , li P 8 ' VAGE , Ouster. For Secretary ofBtnte , tlV MAlirfH , Klulinrdaon. For Auditor. OliAcJ VVESTON , Sheridan. Kor Treasurer. VVM .STEUFFEK , Cuming , For Attorney General. FRANK N PKOUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and nidge. G L > FOLLMER , Thaycr. ForSupt Pub Instruction. VV K FOWLER , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL. MOSES P. KINKAID. SENATORIAL. For St'iutor , 15th Sonutorlal District , HON. F. M. OURRI...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

PEALE & JOHN , Fancy Groceries AND QUEENS WARE Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Has u full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Ftno Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet A-xtiolcs , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avonno and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. E WANT to pay to the Public that our health is fairly good , and having 4 ing laid 'isido our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rection of business , wo are ready to serve our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in fa a ANYTHING usually kept in a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YvVRD. Wo make our own SHINGLES and we know t'.ioy are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh * ayl Try our $ 1 00 COAL ( or cooking. Remember PIIONE 79. BROKEN BOW , NEB. It Once Was Lost , but How I Have Pound it. Where ? At my door. At the Eagle Grocery. What in the world is it , my dear ? It is at the Eagle Grocery , a mam- iD tli stock ef Groceries , and a...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

CDSTER CHUM ! REPUBLICAN D. M. AMSHHIinV , Vubllihrr. DBOKEN BOW , NEIWASKA. John C. Orrlck , the well known St. Louis attorned , died of brain trouble. Drouth In portions of Kansas and Missouri has been broken by neavy inlns. At Copenhagen , Carl Smith , the sculptor , of Washington , died of Brlght's disease. The Chicago building trades' coun cil will try again to bring the con tractors to terms. An anarchist meeting held In Ber lin was dispersed by the police , who ju rested the speaker. At Amsterdam , N. Y. , Judge John Beverly , late of the superior court of the state of Washington , died. English purchasing agents have been Etationcd at Lawrence. Kan. , to pur chase artillery and cavalry horse. * . At St. Joseph , Mo. . A. Truex , assist ant night foreman of the South St. Joseph stock yards , committed suicide. William McMlKJi : of Nevada City , Nov. , has been appointed injector of surveyors general and local l.-nd of- llces. Marcus Daily left Paris for Ixmdon on his way back...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

A Story Illustrating the Horrors of War By II. D. WELSH. . . . CHAPTER IX. ( Continued. ) I "Ho Is living yet , thank God ! " said the colonel. And ho thought of hia sister , who , after much pleading and resolution , had , along with Dr. Mar garet Crawford , come as far as Ber ber. "We must send him back to Ber ber , " said the colonel. "Wo are on the march almost Incessantly now , and ho cannot live unless he Is properly attended to. We shall send him there at once. " And so , under an 'escort of Arab "boys , " CIcland was taken by river and rail to Berber , the "Queen of the Soudan. " Adrienne and Margaret were there , the latter attending to a few sick sol diers who had been left In the hospi tal. The time was not up for her en tering upon her duties , and she felt that she could not leave the Soudan until she learned whether Paul was Jiving or dead. Adrienne had told her all Rayburn'a dying confession , and now , when prob ably It .was too late , Margaret recog nized the fact t...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

OUSTER CODM REPUBLICAN D , M. A.MSnicnnr , Vuhllihur. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. John C. Orrlck , the well known St. Louis attorned , died of brain trouble. Drouth In portions of Kansas and Missouri has been broken by ncavy rains. At Copenhagen ! Carl Smith , the sculptor , of Washington , died of Brlghl's disease. The Chicago building trades' coun cil will try again to bring the con tractors to terms. An anarchist meeting held In Ber lin was dispersed by the police , who ai rested the speaker. At Amsterdam , N. Y. , Judge John Beverly , late of the superior court of the state of Washington , died. English purchasing agents have been stationed at Lawrence , Kan. , to pur chase artillery and cavalry horsej. At St. Joseph , Mo. , A. Trtiex , assist ant night foreman of the South St. Joseph stock yards , committed suicide. William McMtlL i : of Nevada City , Nev. , has boon appointed liifi ector of surveyors general and local kind of fices. fices.Marcus Marcus Dally left...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

A Story Illustrating the Horrors of War CHAPTER IX. ( Continued. ) "Ho Is living yet , thank God ! " said the colonel. And ho thought of his Bister , who , after much pleading and resolution , had , along with Dr. Mar garet Crawford , come as far as Ber ber. "We must send him hack to Ber ber , " said the colonel. "We are on the march almost Incessantly now , and ho cannot live unless ho Is properly attended to. We shall send him there nt once. " And so , under an 'escort of Arab "boys , " Cleland was taken by river and rail to Berber , the "Queen of the Soudan. " Adrleuno and Margaret were there , the latter attending to a few sick sol diers who had been left In the hospi tal. The time was not up for her en tering upon her duties , and she felt that she could not leave the Soudan until she learned whether Paul was Jiving or dead. Adrienne had told her all Rayburn'a dying confession , and now , when prob ably It .was too late , Margaret recog nized the fact that the barrier she had t...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 August 1900

These are sweet words , but how much pain and suffering : they used to moan. It's Different now. Since Mother's Friend has 'become known expectant mothers have been spared much of the anguish of child birth. Mother's Friend Is a liniment to be applied externally. It Is rubbed thoroufhlv Into the muscles of the abdomen. It gives elasticity and strength , and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easily without pain. Mother's Friend Is never taken Internally. Internal remedies at this time do more harm than good If a woman Is supplied with this splendid lini ment she need never fear rising or swelling breasts , morning sickness , or any of the discomforts which usually accompany preg nancy. The proprietor of a large hotel In Tampa , Fla. , writes : "My wife had an awful time with her first child. During her second pregnancy , Mother's Friend was used and the baby was born easily before the doctor arrived. It's certainly great. " Get Mother's Friend at the drugstor...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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