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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 March 1907

THE SUCCULENT MINCE PIE. Ingredients Needed For This Most Appetizing Winter Dessert. Weigh after, it Is chopped three pounds lean, tender beef. Add to It a pound and a quarter of suet, chopped and freed from strings, six pounds tart apples, preferably Baldwins or greenings, chopped, six pounds sugar, four pounds seeded raisins, three pounds currants washed and dried, one-half pound citron cut in thin shreds, three pints sweet elder, one quart of stock in which the meat was boiled, three pints cider boiled down thick, threo tablespoonfuls powdered cinnamon, two tablespoonfuls cloves, one teaspoonful each mace, allspice and nutmeg, two tablespoonfuls salt, one teaspoonful whito pepper, one pint molasses, throe pints jelly and as much more juice of preserves or jelly as the housewife may elect. Brandy, cherry or rose water may be added at the last if desired. Chopped prunes are deemed better than currants by some cooks, while candied orange or lemon peel, a little cold tea or coffee ma...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 15 March 1907

( HKaawssB ft v t i SSKHSSSSt LINCOLN PARK ADDITION . is : 'Mi TO MUSKOGEE,- IND.TER. i MUSKOGEE'S LATEST AND BEST ADDITION. pyv ii ALocated-just norf.li of (he Caesar Addition which joins Muskogec.in the northwestern part of the city. & .J - Lincoln Park Addition lays high and pretty and has splendid natural drainage. It is an elegant loca- ,; lion for a home'. AN ELECTRIC CAR LINE has been projected through the Addition and will be built during the coming summer. ; w .. ; Bill V LOTS NOW ON SALE. PRICES RANGE FROM $40 TO $60 PER LOT. ON EASY PAYMENTS AND WITHOUT INTEREST. .-pi-Absolutely good warranty deeds willbe issued. TITLE is PERFECT. TllE ADDITION is NOW surveyed and ' the STREETS and ALLEYS layed out. CHURCH BUILDING and SCHOOL HOUSE NOW being built in the AD DITION. t s FREE A $75 Lot will be given free FREE . - To the first man who sees us and arranges to at once build a STORE on the lot ond put in a stock of groceries. - ... v OjtE AN SBE US AT ON U You Can't Cpmo To...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

7e Muskogee Cimeter. SJ Vol 8 jluslocjGG, I. T Friday, jIapeli, 22, 1907. No 25 J 'fl. 1 I ?. " .. & !. &' 4" it - t N r ' l "k t. tev 15 rv , JUST THINK OF" IT! . Ware ordered for Christmas has jus! arrived anil 1 would not accept it witout a great discount from tho eastern firm, which enables mo to close out at once cheaper Liiau ever known before in any part of of the world. THis 1 Your Chance To Beat i ti i Your Home Easter Opening', Wednesday March 27 Will IT'ave Five Sales Ladies For 'Phis Day "You Should Come lo Our Easter Opening For This Stock Cannot Last Long at the Prices at jWhich 1 Am Offering Them. Ieo poam and JPuneli Will J3c SgpgvcI Itvgq to Gcic?1tl allop 0 0 M F A T 0 X (J E A i I) iAl A K hi Y 0 U R S l L IS 0 TI 0 N 0 U T 0 W 0 N F 0 F T 1 1 IS' 13st Stock: T3-ieit I leixcs - Ever Been Htiro Iieie:cl 33 y x Mtilcoy;ee T)setle;x 2r. A.Givens, Wale h m a k e r and J e weler. 223NORTH SECOND ST. MUSKOGEE, INDIAN TER. Cl'T IT OUT. J event shall the log Matur...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

And noma people arc so lndustrloui that when they haven't anything to do thoy proccod to do somebody. You can do your dyeing in half nn hour with PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. AjIc your druggist. One makes one's own happiness only by tnldng care of tho happiness of others. C. Doano. ' Many our Lewis' Single Binder ntnuglit fie. Mr snnokcrn prefer them to 10c cigars. Y dealer or Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. Did you ever obsorvo tho look of contempt on n plump girl's faco when he sees a thin one crossing a muddy street? ONLYOKR "IIItOMO QUINIKK" flint li LAX ATI VK llltOMO Ouluiiio. Sliiillnrly parned romedios loniotlmvft uVcciro. Tlio n rut and original Colli Tool ut la a W11IT1C PACKAU1C with black and rod leiturlnir, aud bears ihu ilunaturu of K.W.UUOVK. 2f. True courage Is not Incompatible wHh nervousness, and heroism does not.moan the absence of fear, but the conquest of It. Henry Van Dylco. One trial will convince on of tho pe culiar fitncBH of Nature's r.'mcdy, Garfield Tea, for liver,...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

s fi k. m &s . I. h. tv THREE BOYS HAD ECZEMA. (Were Treated at Dispensary Did Not Improve Suffered Five Montho Perfect Cure by Cuticura. I "My throe children had eczema for five months. A littlo sore would ap pear on tho head "and seemed very itchy, Increasing day after day. Tho baby had had it about a week when tho second boy took the disease and a few sores developed, then the third boy took it. For tho first three months I took them to tho N Dispensary, but they did not seem to improve. Then I used Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment and in a fow weeks they had improved, and when their heads were well you could see nothing of tho sores. Mrs. Kate Keim, 513 West 29th St., New York, N. Y., Nov. 1, 6 and 7, 1906." ! Year's Cigarette Output The cigarette output of 4,368,729,015 In tho calendar year of 1906 must have como as a surprise to the bulk of tho trade, but more stunning yet its in crease in one year of 842,240,425, an Increase by nearly 300,000,000 larger than tho incre...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER EST OF THE NEQRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUG' KOQEE, I T.t AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER W H. TWINE .... Editor. E D. NICKfc'NS, Advertising. Manager. faithful .servant. Continue in the service of the grand old party." He won last year when the Dem ocracy were In the saddle. "VVihy not this year, when the Iteppublicana have the best end of the stick. A strong pull, and all together, and the victory Is ours. For (I'owrnor of (lie State of Ok luliomu, lion. John 1). Hcucriicf, of .Muskogee, I. T. I ! ! ! ! f ; -i- -i- .j. ItHrritliKWX TIUKHT. Mayor T. II. Martin. Itcrordor .1. IJ. Campbell. Clry Attorney V. .1. Sull-vun. Tax Collector W. A. Downing. Tax Assessor M. L. Drngdon. City Marshal Ohas. Kiinsey. Sereet Commissioner V. H. Har per. Aldermen. rii-fttWard L. 15. Pnill mid lid. Alley. SeecJnd Ward Henry Vogol and W. F. Shuoy. Third ward Dr. Stickle and .1. A. K'lick. Fourth "vVard 11 "l Snownller ai'd Harry D. Levy. The abo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

ilMIllaWtJWMIlyMl'llIWIIlt I ' ir MM v - fe f n hf f. h LINCOLN PARK ADDITION TO MUSKOGEE, IND.TER. MUSKOGEE'S LATEST AND BEST ADDITION. Located iiifal north of the Caesar Addith-n which, joins Muskogee in the noithwestorn p.n t of the city. Lincoln Park Addition lays high and pietty and has splendid natural drainage. It is an elegant loca tion foi a home. AN ELEC1RIC CAR LINE hasbue'n piojectol thiough the Addition and ill he built during 1 . the coming summer. - . .? N4 "5& O 0SS7SS 4SttMXHtAV4JM KvvflMliUtvM ZSwSSa 3 LOTS NOW ON SALE. PRICES RANGE FROM $40 TO $60 PER LOT. NTS AND WITHOUT INTEREST. 'Absolutely good wananty deeds will he issued. TITLE is PERFECT. THE ADDITION is NOW surveyed and the STREETS and A LLEYS layed out. CII URCH 13 U J LD1NG and SCHOOL HOUSE istfW being bliilt in the AD- DLTULN, PIEE A $7 5 Lot will be given free FREE, ' i V m , To the fir&t man who sees us and arranges to at once build a "'."" STOPE on the lot ontf put in a stock of groceries. ' ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

Muskogee Cimeter. V. . TWliri, nLtmr. MtnxooEm, IND. TIB. A British sollor who coughed when flUcnco was ordered was dropped sev eral grades. A cough-drop, so to speak. The report that Japan consumed 500 tons of whale meat every month may bo truo, but It looks like a llsh story at this distance. Russia claims to be In worse condi tion than It was a year ago, although at that time it thought It was holding tho world's record. An Iowa wifo beater who was lynch ed would havo Inherited $150,000 in a fow dayB. lie beat out his Inheritance by a vory small margin. Great Drllaln will have somo dim culty In finding employment for Its lords, If tho project to abandon the upper house meets with any favor. Somehow England docs not seem to bo at all elated over the fact that its representative in Jamaica put an en tiro squadron of American warships to flight. It may bo truo, as that floating para graph assorts, that King Edward eats six sciuaro meals a day, but what's tho uso of being a king If y...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

4t .X , FADED TO A SHADOW. L E Worn Down by Five Years of Suffer Ing from Kidney Complaint. Mrs. Remetho Myers, of 180 South Tenth St., Iron ton, O., says: "I havo wonted nara in my time and havo been exposed again and again to changes of weather. It is no wonder my kidneys gave out and I-vent all to pieces at last. For five years I was fading away and finally so weak that for six months I could not got out of the house. I was nervous, restless and sleepless at night, and lame and sore 'In the morning. Sometimes every thing would whirl and blur before me. I bloated so badly I could not wear tight clothing, and had to put on shoes two Bizes larger than usual. The urine was disordered and passages were dreadfully frequent. I got help from the first box of Doan's Kidney Pills, however, and by the time I had taken four boxes the pain and bloating were gone. I have been in good health ever since." For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Bold Raid by Fo...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 22 March 1907

1 S No. 2602. XOTICK OF TIIUSTKK'S SALE WhorctiH, Minor London and Siihlu London, husband and wife, of Musko gee, Indian Territory, at delivered to William l Fields lli?lr certain uromlsBory notes in the aggregate sum of $1,101. JO for borrowed money, upon which thoro now re mains due and unpaid the sum of one thousand, one hundred llftecn and 10-100 dollars, together with in terest .thereon at the rate of eight por cent per annum from tho 24th day of Octobor, A. D. lOOfi; and whereas to secure tho said Indebtedness the said makers of said notes at the time of tho execution thereof did deliver unto the said payee therein named, their curtain real estate mortgages, with power of sale, securing him by conveying to him the following lands mill lomuiifMitH. viz. A nart of lot 1o, In block 02, of the townslte of the City of Muskogee, In Recording Dis trict No. Ten (10), In tho Western Judicial district of tho Indian Ter ritory, described as "tho southeast corner 'of lot eighteen, block s...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

i. The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 8 jluslogoG, I. T., Friday, jlapli, 29, 1907. JVo 26 i. m THE DUTY OF SELF Respecting Colored Men. Tho Into Constitutional Con vention, elected delegates diioet i rim the people and. which is suggestive of the sentiment of tho people of Oklahoma as it now exists, and since thai body of men representing no doubt, the wish us of then constituents, took especial pains to hold our race up to public ridicule and Scorn, and since the political party to whom we have for years given allegiance utterly eschewed taking up our fight, but remained silent, and in many cases laughed in t.heir sleeves, theiehy and Have given to our enemy, the Democratic party encour agement along these lines, and since every act, every word or expression made by that Con. volition was. is. and has been inimical to our well being in the new stale, and as stronger proofs that we are being ignor ed, it might be well for colored men to fully understand that l he .Republican managers have i...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

lw ( '!. VAN OP DELICATE NERVES. VUatnthal, the Pianist, Made Trouble In Hotel. Much Rosenthal, tho pianist, Is one of those entitled to havo his crunkincss termed "tho eccentricities of genius," eays the Sap Francisco Chronicle When ho inspectod his rooms at tho Majestic upon his arrival very lato the other night, ho wont softly to tho ad joining doors, and placing his ears close to the cracks, exclaimed In broken English, "Zgodd, no sounds pass thees." After nodding his ap proval of the grand piano and the fur niture he frowned at the tan-colored window shades. "Must bo green." He was assured that a change would bo made especially for him tho nevt day. At five o'clock in tho morning Ros enthal, clad only in his pajamas, came scurrying excitedly down stairs and Into the office, whero the drowsy night clerk was nodding at the desk. "Ze street cars! Nolso! Must stopped! Nervous me! I cannot sleep." The clerk hurriedly sent for Mana ger Gustav Mann, and Mann spent two hours telling Ro...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

5 AN EASTER SONG A long of sunshine through tho rain, Of spring across tho snow; A balm to heal tho hurtsvof pain, A peace surpasolng woe. Lift up your heads, ye sorrowing ones, And bo ye glad of heart, For Calvary and Easter Day, Earth's saddest day and gladdest day, Were Just ono day apart! "With shudder of despair and Iobs The world's deep heart was wruna;, As, lifted high upon His cross, Tho Lord of Glory hung When rocks were rent, and ghostly forms Stolo forth In street and mart; But Calvary and Easter Day, Earth's blackest day and whitest day, Were Just one day apart. Susan Coolldge. open the windows SICK HEADACHE . Symbol of Glad Easter All Nations and All Peoples Have Connected the Egg with the Creation or Renewal of Life, OR days tho shop windows have spoken eloquently though mutely of the advent of the great spring fes tival which 1 u some form or other the classes and masses of tho people are observ ing. Easter lilies and tulips, violets and hyacinths all have spoken of t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

ut PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK IN THE INTER' EST OF THE NEBRO BY CIMETER PUB. CO ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE AT MUB KOQEE, I. 7., AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MAT TER r w n. twinb .... m. E D. NICKENS, Advertising MiMjer. For Governor of the State of Ok lahoma, Hon. John I). Benedict, of Muttkogce, I. T. KKI'UIUjICAX TIOKKT. .Mayor T. II. Martin. Recorder .7. 1). Campbell. City Attorney W. J. Sullivan. Tux Collector W. A. Downing. Tax Assessor M. L. Bragdon. Treasurer, Judge Waldron. City Marshal Chas. Klmsey. Serool Commissioner V. II. Harper. AMi't'iiien. FlrslWurd L. 12. Prall and Ed Alloy. Second Ward Henry Vogel W. F. Shuoy. Third ward Dr. Stickle .1. A. Kliclc. Fourth "SVnrd If T. Showaltor and Harry D. Levy. The above is the tieUot. Vote her straight, boys, from top to bottom It's Hi st class and dosorves the sup port of all good citizens. Tho many charges made a gainsl tlio Negro By Mio Demo- who are mombors of any nation or tribe in the Indian Territory and who have resided within the prop...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

V- v, "THE DUTY Of Tlne Neerr-o To The Republican Party In The City af Muskogee and The New State The duty of the Negroes in this campaign is so plain that even a fool need not com mit an error. The hattle is a straight out fight between the two political parties. The suc cess of The Democrats means that Texas and Arkansas have won. It means the beginning to put into practice those hellish methods which have driven the Negro and the white Kepuplican from the Southland. Both came to this fair land to avoid oppression. There the Negro was put into cattle pens called "jhnerow kyars" and the white Republican was ostracised, and boycotted in business. Wo cer tainly don't want that history repeated here. Every Negro vote for the Democrats is a vote to disfranchise our people and the Negro who is so contempti hie as to forge a link in the chain of slavery which our po litical enemies would put on us should have the contempt and condemnation of all decent peo ple and should be driven from t...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

; Muskogee Cimeter. XtTKOOUk DTD. TIB. a: NEW STATE NEWS Tho total city roglstrntlon In Okla homa City was 7.67G. Rural routes established: VInlta, I. T., two; Dombcy and Oak, Okla., ono each. Tho Bank of Lokebo with $2G,000 capital, la converted Into a national bank. Secretary Garfield has asked Attor ney General Uonapnrte for uu opinion as to tho authority of the department to withhold laud In tho Choctaw-Chlck-aHaw country from allotment for for est reserve puiposeB. Tho merchants In Guthrie In solemn assembly decided to observe "German day," which It appears falls on tho first day of April, by decorating their stores with the "black, whlto and red." Tho highest price ever paid for an undeveloped piece of oil land was 1160,000 for an acre tract In the Glenn pool district. It was recently pur chased by a Beaumont man, very ap propi lately named Brass. Eck E. Brook of Muskogee has been appointed hrlgadlor 'general of tho Song of Confederate Veterans of Oklahoma. Tho Ironclad grain ...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

V i J If?? fof,. ! , K' 'f. to" y &.'$ M5S T, ,y v FOUND HE COULD MAKE TIME. On Call for Physician That Met with Quick Response. Life Is Buch a constant rush to a well-known physician that to secure a littlo recreation ho has rccourso to ruses. A visitor called one night, and began a speech to the servant: "I want the doctor to come over as quickly as he can." "He can't do It!" the servant an swered. "He left orders that ho was so busy that unless it was absolutely a matter of life and death he couldn't go out at all this evening." "But." said tho caller, "It Isn't Ill ness at all." "What then?" "We want him to como ever and take a hand in a game of whist." "Oh, that's different." The servant disappeared, and reap peared a moment later. "The doctor says he'll be over in ten mlutes, sir." he announced. DURING THIS MONTH. Excellent Advice Which Our Readers Will Benefit By. Now is the timo to get tho rheu matic poisons and foul acids from the blood and system, states an eminent aut...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 29 March 1907

No. 2602. XOTICK OF TIHJHTEK'S SALE Whereat, Miner London and Susie London, hushund and wife, of Musko gee, Indian Territory, nt delivered to William P. Fields (heir certain promissory notes in the aggregate sum of l,4i)1.40 for borrowed money, upon which thero now re mains due and unpaid the sum of one thousand, one hundred fifteen and 40-100 dollars, together with in terest thereon til the rule of eight per cent per an mini from the 21th day of October, A. D. 190G; and whereas to secure the said indebtedness the said makers of said notes at the time of the execution thereof did deliver unto the said payee therein named, their certain real estato mortgages, with power of sale, securing him by conveying to him the following lands and tenements, viz: A pait of lot J in block C2, of the townslto of the City or Muskogee, in Recording Dis trict No. Ton (10), in the Western .hidii-ial district of the Indian Ter ritory, described as "the southeast corner of lot. eighteen, block sixty two,...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1907

" ' 'f ' The Muskogee Cimeter. Vol 8 jtIuslOJGQ, I. T Friday, Ap!. 5, 1907. Vo27 MOB. The recent mobbing of a Ne gro at Durant. I. T., was anoth er dastardly outrage that is a shame and a disgrace to this greatgovernment of ours. The Negro was in the custody of a Deputy U. S. Marshall but so close to Texas t.liafc L7io hell liouuds who were thirsting for blood could with no danger to themselves take the prisoner and execute him. The officer who permitted this is not worth the name of officer. It says very little for theU. S. Marshal who permitted it. Jf the man was guilty as charged he should have suffered the extreme pen alty of the law hue after a fair and impartial trial. We have no sympathy for the man, white or black who will criminally assault any woman but we believe in the majesty of the law. If the prisoner was guilty there was no hope for him as he would have to stand trial before a White jury and the personnel of the jurors from Texas who have no mercy up on a Negro charg...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Muskogee cimeter. — 5 April 1907

J Muskogee Cimeter. W. . iwims, MtM Ktmoon, DTD. TIB. Learning. One of our great universities has glvon an investigating geniuB a do free of science for a thesis on the ab sorbing topic, "Tho Longitudinal Vi bration of a Rubbed String." Too lit tlo attention has been paid by science to tho minutiae of every day. While erudite gentlemen have been measur ing the saltatory efforts of tho Arctic flea, and othor seekers after knowl edge havo been digging from Patagon Ian morasses tho fossil remains of lorae monster with a name liko a Polish pianist's, this far-seeing schol ar has stayed at homo and rubbed a string. He who seeks doctorlal decor ations need no longer dig through weary tomes or glue tho tired eye to the exacting microscope. Ho may stay at home and pet the cat, as prep aration for a disquisition on "Latitudi nal CroBs-Curreuts of Feline Satisfac tion," or ho may go a-llshing and enlighten a gaping -world upon "The Convolutionary Variations of an Em paled Angleworm," or, agai...

Publication Title: Muskogee Cimeter, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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