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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

BERT E. BROWN, CANDIDATE FOR SEC. OF STATE SPEAKS AT LIBERAL, SEPT. 27 II I.I.-, 11 4J'li (OiJi Vol. 6. No. 22 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, September 27, 1912 $1.50 Per Year ff WW, i, i '!M :: ON THE JOB :: , I 1- 34 YEARS SUCCESSFUL MERCHANDISING 0C GET A MOVE ON! The Poultry Department at the fair promises to be one of the best teatures. There are many fine flocks of thoroughbred birds in this ter ritory. Practically all the standard breeds are represented and the only thing that can possibly detract from the big poultry exhibit is the fail ure of some of the poultry raiserB to enter their birds. There are still two weeks in which to procure exhi bition coops and prepare the birds for the show and every breeder owes it to himself and the rapidly growing poultry industry of the great South west to be on hand with the pick of the (lock and capture his share of the cash prizes, special premiums and ribbons to be offered. The matter of exhibition is left, to the choice of t...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

The Liberal Democrat ( A. E. BLAKE, Owner PAUL M. STOUFER, Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered u aecond-claso mutter January 6, mil. at the iHMt office at Liberal. Kanau nder the Act Of March i. 1879. . There's so much good in the worst of us, and there's so much bad In the best of us, that It doesn't behoove any of us to speak 111 of the rest of us Judge W. H. Thompson, Demo cratic candidate for United States Senator, has been making a whirl wind campaign in the southeast cor ner of the state. On Monday of last week he was In Chautauqua county. Tuesday he spoke In .Montgomery county. He filled speaking dates Wednesday in Labette county. Thursday afternoon he spoke at Bax ter Springs and Thursday night al Galena. Friday he spoke at Chero kee In Crawford county, and Satur day night in Fort Scott In Bourbon county. Judge Thompson has been greeted with great crowds on his tour and has aroused a great deal of e...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

ok Right your horse must have a good Harness. A good horse looks better for it, while even a really poor horse may be made to look fine if he has a well-fitting and stylish Harness. We can give just what is necessary in this line at very reasonable prices. City Meat Market All kinds of cured and fresh meats. J?. D. STRA TTON, Prop. ONE TRUE GOSPEL, MANY PERVERSIONS CEHEJK 7 K E ATI NQ T H E fWigffirnwtiiSggHl we mane anyning m you want that can be made out of Sheet Metal M. Plumbing A opeciauy H On E 2nd St. TINNER LIBERAL KANSAS BMIII1H1;I1,I1IJHI1 WE ARE PROHPT a Yon" run rio risk when you order your Fancy, or Staple Groceries from us. US YOUR ORDER WE WILL DO THE REST PHONE 151 CENTRAL GROCERY COMPANY PHONE INTRODUCTORY REMARKS. ' . ... From New York World. When the Illustrious Grant asked third term the people of New Eng. land thundered their "No." Is this the reagon Roosevelt culls New Elglanderl "lennrnnt nra1n.li.al .nd i 1. 1 - . . ' ' J uxrgu 111 U1S ICV UU I B U T SUBSCRIB...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN FARMING - Jlore and more the man who till our farms is learning that the hap hazard methods of ' taking chances that old Mother Nature will do most of the work In giving returns, are misleading, and productive of a large waste. The farmer of the southwest can' not afford to take chances. More than that, he need not do so. This Just as true as that, some day you ' and I will realize it. Let me repeat that, hecatise it is Important H DOKS NOT NKED TO TAKE CHANCES. He Is master of the sit uation to a far greater extent tha most farmers realize. .The farmer of eastern Kansas perhaps does not realize it, hecause he thinks he Is favored more by Na ture than are the people of Seward county, but, today, he is unconscious ly doing what the people of Seward county ought to be consciously do ing, and doing it for the purpose of getting results. The tanner of east era Kansas twenty-five years ago. labored under very similar conditions to those prevailing in Seward coun ty...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

Buy Your Goal 0 Now is the time to fill your bins with coal while the price ia down. . ' GOOD SEED RYE If you are figuring ou planting rye, we have a smalhaniount to sell at the correct price. HOSKINSON & TITUS KansMsAve. Phone 2fi8 HAS BEGUN: This is the place to get your Pens, Pencils and TABLETS We have the finest line Enterprise Mercantile Company ARROW twms I Mil I III H II 111 III III I! I SrT lH VS1IIIB Ther flan'l flrtoohitfh for thu Hflmiogtoa Cut "to i Ms explosion behind the shot. That mile-a-minute on comer" can't beat out the pattern driven by a steel gripped charge; And with Expert Factory Loading, uniformity of spaed and pattern is assured in each and every shell. Shoot Remington- UMC Arrow and Nitro Club Steel Lined Expert Factory Loaded Shells for speed plus pattern in any make of shotgun. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 299 Broadway New York City CXOCXXXXXKXX)COOOOCOOOOOCXOOOOOOOOOOCKXXXXXX000000000 GEO. S. SMITH & BRO. IBookj Stationery Jewelry...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

Best Service C7J3 Fast trains on conve nient schedules daily for Kansas City St. Louis Omaha ) Chicago and intermediate points. Connections made in Union Stations with trains for East ern points VIA Lit me help you plan an Interesting trip. L. C. YOCUM, Agent Liberal, Kansas Liberal R. R. Time Card. EAST HOUND, No. 8, except Sunday, " ... 7:20. m No. 4, Limited " ... 7:10 a. m No. i. " . . . 11:20 a. m No.M, " ... 2:;a. m WEST HOUND. No. 83, except Sunday, No. 1, No. II. Limited. No. 33. " ... 6:00 p. m " . . 1 ;'!. ro ll:Wlp. m . 1 :4;' a. in I.. C. YootTM. Agent. Phentt 3648 4128 DR. W. 0. NELSON Veterinary Surgeon Day md Night C1U Promptly Antwarcd Office at Duboise Hospital Barn LIBERAL, KANSAS (Cowr'aW, WIS, A. 0. McUlur Co.) 8YNOP8I8. . CHAPTER I. Robert Cameron, oapltal Ut, consults Philip Clyde, newspaper pub lisher, regarding anonymous threatening tetters he hag received. The flint promises sample of the writer's power on a cer- aln day. On thnt day the head Is mys erlously...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

1 ml d Farmer JNSURE your Seed wheat by treating " it with Formalde heyde or blue Vit rol. It will be worth many times its cost in next year's harv est. free booklets from the State Agricultural College, giving proper treatment for seed wheat. We have a good supply of the above drugs Ghas. Taylor & Go. The Rexall Store COVOTH ROWLINGS (Pied last week) Miss Lela Hinds has been on the tick list the past week. 'Mrs. J. B. Meredith called ou Mrs. Geo. Bryan Monday afternoon. Everybody in this community is glad that the 'good old sun' is shin ing once more. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Landreth are the proud parents of a 10-pound baby girl. Uncle Jlni- Hubbard of .Turon, Kansas, Is here visiting his . sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.- Long visited Mrs. J. B. Meredith, Geo. Williams and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Holton and chil dren of Gage, who have been visit ing Mrs. Holton's parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Still, left Friday for their home. People around Coyote were too busy pulling broom corn to ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 27 September 1912

THE Pr and Winter Goods gELOW we quote you a few prices to show what we are doing in the way of cut prices on new fall and winter goods. We do not wait until the season is over to cut the price but do it now when you need the goods. Read the following prices and trade where you get the most for your money. Winter Underwear Children's fleece-lined shirts and drawers, 35c values 19c Ladies' fleece-lined vests and pants, 35c values 19c Ladies' fleece-lined vests and pants, 50c values 39c Ladies' fleece-liued Union suits, $1.00 values 79c Ladies' Union suits, $1.50 values $1.25 Men's sample undershirts, 50c values. .' 39c Men's wool undershirts, $1.25 values 75c Blankets Good, bit;, cotton blanket, $1.10 value 89c All cotton blankets, $1.25 value 98c All cotton blankets, $1.75 value $139 All cotton blankets, $2.00 value $1.48 Wool blankets, $4 50 values.. $3.19 All wool blankets, $6.00 value $3.98 Special Hosiery Sale We made a lucky purchase of 150 dozen sample hose for Men and Ladies ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

) : r'FIlT! 11 --- III l)(BllWl Historical Society jjj Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, October 4, 1912 Vol. 6. No. 23 $1.50 Per Year V THE f1Pv Fii -TV hi 'V ri Wi l I J ' I f: IP1I1 I iii'i """ " ",,HW' 34 YEARS 2232 CHAMP GLARK TO VISIT SOUTHWEST The people of Western Kansas will be given the opportunity to hear the Issues of the present campaign alily discussed by the Honorable Champ Clark of .Missouri, Speaker of the Na tional Mouse of Representatives. Mr. Clark will make two speeches, one at Garden City and one at Kinsley , on behalf cf the candidacy of Jouett Bhouse, of Kinsley, Democratic nom inee for Senator for the thirty-eighth Senatorial District, which includes this county. Both speeches will be made on October !)th, the speech at Garden City, coming at Willi in. the afternoon and the speech at Kinsley at 8 o'clock that night. No other member of the Democrat ic party save Governor Wilson him self, has been in such National de mand during this campaign as has spea...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. E. BLAKE, Owner PAUL M. STOUFER, Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered u second-class matter January 6, ltlll. at the lHt office at Liberal, Kansas ndor the Act of March 3. 19. There's so much good In the worst of us, and there's so much bad In the best of us, that it doesn't behoove an; of us to speak ill of the rest of us Expert observers say that Wood- row Wilson Is the best campaigner this country has produced In a gen eration. Arrangements for the coming Lyce um course are belnif made and the one for the coming season promises to be the best we have ever had. The people of Spokane are agitating a change of name for the Parama canal. They think it should be call ed the "American Canal." The University Dally Kansan 1b again coming to our exchange table, and It is surely one of the most wel come that we receive. The Kansas State Agriculture Coll ege Is now offering a free course to M...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

A FEW CROP INSURERS A "town feller" Isn't supposed to know much about the great game of farming, nor how to play It. The farmers, as a rule, doesn't take klnd ' ly to advice from him, so this isn't offered as advice at all. It is Just plain horse sense, and Just as old mother Nature works It out in her own laboratory, and she lias been growing crops quite a few years. A few weeks ago I was in the northwest part of Seward county, and the crops were an inspiration to me. 1 saw as tine vegetation as ever grew in the state o Kansas. One . farmer had broomcoru the full length of the south side of a quarter sec tion, and on the quarter south of - this, the east 80 acres was in broom corn also. The west 80 acres of this latter quarter had been in wheat, Which was harvested, and standing in the stacks. In the northeast corner of this wheat field, there had been planted about an acre of Indian corn, and it was literally burned to death; yet the broom corn on the north and east of it, (except...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

,- I 1 GREAT N o '17 M O T ME J n V r - 'ii r DOORS OPEN FK1DAY, T. 4 O P TrOs IflHIF P)0 lESjj n(P will be remembered some time ago we advertised a Creditors' Demand Settlement " Sale. Every word we advertised were absolute facts and our store at that time was placed in an other company's hands. We did not as cowards flee before a Revolution but stood bravely by and saw our stock sacrificed and sold, and every dollar! of our indebtedness paid in Full. We are now in position 11. 1 8 er our manv friends and patrons of Liberal and vicinity better merchandise for less money than you ever bought before. A. f. tLUUlNUlUN IT'S THE NEW mm -OF THE- CASH DEPT. STORE LIBERAL. KANSAS REMEMBER IT'S THE NEW $15,000.00 STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE CASH DEPARTMENT STORE, - LIBERAL, KANSAS EMEMBER THE NAME. THE DATE. AND THE FLAG! F BAY 15 beautiful 8-yard Dress Patterns. One pattern to each of the first 15 cus tomers . purchasing one Dollar's worth or over on the morning of our Opening Patterns ar...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

a . w lvi trut nut pay aT j ment in eveVy department. UUl UL ukUi C 1 UCl 1 ilU JUL.. sells for CASH. 10 Watch Our Big Windows for our big Extra Specials every day during this Sale i J Shoe Department Over $2,000 worth of high grade shoes, consisting of all new lasts, toes and heels, just arrived. 1 lot of shoes, left-over stock, regular $2.00 and $2 50 values, choice 79c 1 lot boy's shoes, sizes 3 5, $2.50 val., choice $1.18 1 lot men's extra heavy, water-proof shoes, $3.75 to $4.00 values $2.98 Boys' School Shoes The wear-well, durable kind. Keg. $2.25 value $1.62 Reg. 2 50 value 2.18 Reg. 3.50 value 2.80 BOY'S ROCK CASTLE High tops, regular value $2 75 value $2.45 - LOOK for our big sign acr oss the street, opposite the Blake Hardware Store Dry Goods Department Cotton suitings, new stock, all stripes oo and colors, reg. 35c and 40c val OC A large assortment of heavy plad A O suitings, all colors, reg. 75c val. . . ."OC One assortment of all-wool suitings, reg. 65c value, re-openi...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

.f f . See the Big Airship at the Southwest Fair Horse Racing and Other Attractions (Continued From Page Three) unless otherwise specified. Exhibit to be classified according to variety. All grains and seeds must be cleaned. (Professional seedsmen barred.) (Samples to contain one-half bushel.) CLASS A GRAINS AND SEEDS Turkey Red Wheat H-00 .50 Ribbon Macaroni Wheat J-00 .50 R bbon qnrin Wheat 1-00 -50 RiD,10n K?an?varU) I- Kg" Oats (any variety) J-JO M Ribbon 37 z: IS S USS (Samples one-fourth bushel) Jerusalem Corn ., U-JO .60 Hlbbon STf Corn :!! :i! 1KKS ''-lze. :":: 1- - B?oemtn Se :::. J'?? tiff s..::::::::::::::::::::::::::: IS :ll 5KS CLASS B. VEGETABLES (Samples to contain one-halt bushel unless otherw.lse pe"d) Rwnpt Potatoes 1 1.00 f KlDDn ?rt (any variety, 1.00 ..50 Rib on Onions (any variety) 1 00 .50 R bbon On'0" (one-fourth bushel, 1.00 .50 Ribbon 5 SSS Sps (onelrourth U8J' S SS Carrots onrS hel) : 1.00 .50 Ribbon Tomatoes (one-fourth bushel) 1.00 .50 R bbon Preserving ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

ft, T Look -Right City Meat All kinds of cured and fresh meats. R. D. S TRA TTON, Prop. E" KEATING THE "SI Plumbing A Specialty ion E2nd WE ARE PROHW You run no risk when you order your Fancy or Staple Groceries from us. PHONE 151 CENTRAL GROCERY COMPANY tiHiinTHi',i""irr""fl" "THE OPEN Iv w M m . mil, 'm M m. . ... imU ' 1 From New York World. In his speech at Sea Girt, N. J., on June 17, Governor Wilson pointed out that, aa the result of so many yean of Republican administration, the feel ,lng throughout the nation is that "men hare gone In blind alleys and bare had to climb out(often enough. Now they propose to And an open road for themselves." your horse must have a good Harness. A good horse looks better for it, while even a really poor horse may be made to look fine if he has a we!i-Gtting and stylish Harness. We can give just what Is necessary in this line at very reasonable prices. Market we make anyning you want that can be made out of Sheet Metal TINNER LIBERAL KANSAS St. ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

No -a n o irlimsy i&xeiise traisM m me ; J ' 1 HEY want it quick. That's why I am here as a representative of the National Jewelry Co., with positive orders to stay on the job ten Sale days, if necessary, or until a sum amounting to $7,112.19 is raised, that all obligations of this reliable firm may be met in full, dollar for dollar. My instructions are to leave no stone unturned in the way of low prices, so as to make sure of raising the needed amount on or before the advent of October 15th. Do not confound this movement with an ordinary sale, where a few items are taken here and there as leaders. This is a legitimate sale, and I positively promise and assert that never before in the history of Kansas have you been privileged to buy clean merchandise at SUCH WHOLESALE, almost ridiculous reduction. VT K. BRUNER, MANAGER; Sale Begins (Q)gL 511 Closes Not Later Than Midnight ct. 85th DDi WDGJ LL G A THE BEGINNING stlb'ir PROMPTLY AT 8 O'CLOCK AND CONTINUING FOR 10 SALE DAYS iVEEY ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

orange spoons and wide range ofsingle pieces. Special dur ing the sale 1-4 to 1-3 off. t-j.tny lien; t.iiu.t10 ix Xua'y' vaius iiia uuiiui; a.t iUu cuiaio" x.u -3 " is $10,000 worth of goods in the stock, ajl of which we find in first class condition, but when we handle a proposition like this, we simply use the keen edged price cutting knife and slash right and left till a mere fraction of the former price is visible. Nothing reserved, everything goes. to shovel the goods out in order to sell the required amount in 10 days, That's the reason why V. K. Bruner is now in charge. It will pay you double fold to anticipate future needs as we are un der positive instructions to sell, no matter what actual value may be. v . 10 Days, Only 10 Any st Big stock of hand painted china at almost your own price. 1 3 J L Xmas is not far in the distance. Be wise anc lay in your sup ply of presents at this great sale. LOOK AT OUR DIFFERENT SPECIALS Saturday, October 5 Ladies' solid gold set rings. $2...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

Best Service crra Fast trains on conve nient schedules daily for Kansas City St. Louis I Omaha ) Chicago and intermediate points. Connections made in Union Stations with trains for East ern points VIA Let mm help you plan an interesting trip. L. C. YOCUM, Agent Liberal, Kansas Liberal R. R. Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. 82. except Sunday, " ... 7:20 a. m No. t, Limited " ... 7:10 a. m No., " . . -.11:80 a. m No. 3i, "... 2-a. in WEST BOUND. No. 83, except Sunday. " ... 6:00 p. m No.1. " . . l:p.m No. 3, Limited. - llrunp.ro No.33, . I:45a.m 1 L. 0. YnoDM. Agent Fhonss 3S4S 4125 DR. W. 0. NELSON Veterinary Surgeon Day and Niht Call Promptly Antwarad Office at Duboise Hospital Barn LIBERAL, . KANSAS t,1 r is lOunrig&t, , A. O. itoUutf Co.) . SYNOPSIS. lit. oonaulta Philip Clyde, newspaper pub Uahar, regarding anonymous threatening lenera ne nas received, rne nrat promiees aample of the writer's power on a cer tain day. On that dav the head la mys- terloualy cut trom a portrait of Cam...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

Fa l TT Tx TT FT rj r; rgq j- cr-j m vim i e have purchased 9 titiirr stock of Gent's Furnishings and clothing. Vc will be glad to see all the old customers and as many new ones as possible. W Blow you Sir a f ffoSfc iMfaur f fl e4a. mm mug m slness We try to serve every customer as we, ourselves, would like to be served. We endeavor always to place ourselves in our customers position, we buy to satisfy you, we price to satisfy you, plan every way your complete satisfaction. You like to buy goods you can depend upon, the kind you know are right in style, quality and price, so we offer none but that kind of merchandise. If you like high quality goods at very moderate prices, you'll like the clothing, shoes and furnishings that we sell. We urge you to find out about the advantage offered for satisfactory trading at this store. o lill n 1C THE STORE THAT PLEASES We will pap the highest P r 0 r m OUI11 market price for your LIBERAL CREAMERY n 11 EIDSON BROS., Proprietors Real Estate Sto...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 4 October 1912

SCHOOL NEWS By Mary E. Todd. To hustle when you want to And hustle when you don't, To say, I can, 1 must, 1 will. When you want to say, I won't; To push with all your might and main And stop with nothing less, Will swing that old gate open wide That leads to true success. On last Fourth of July new flags were raised over all government buildings. These flags have two ad ditional stars to represent the two new states, Arizona and New Mex ico. The boundary dispute over land near El Paso, Texas, has been set tled. The United States takes the land, but agrees to pay Mexico for It. Fifty years ago last Sunday Presi dent Abraham Lincoln issued his first Proclamation of Emancipation. The fiftieth anniversary of the bat tle of Antietam the battle that in reality freed the glaves came last week and was celebrated by the vet erans who remain. It was the great est one-day battle of the Civil war. About the happiest man we have seen for a long time was Mr. Gartung of district No. 10. He came in...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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