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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 20 April 1911

BIG TEEE DELIVERY J. N Wilson Sends Out Over County the Largest Number Ever Sold. tDn Saturday so many people were taking fruit trees home 'with them that one was led to remark, "Where in the world are the people getting all those trees V1 If they had seen J. N. Wilson, the veteran nursery man, dealing out hii !ock to his orders taken sonn tiuu: nro they would not iiae m-edl to ask the question. Mr. Wilson has sold, and is now delivery nearly $500 worth of trees to customes in this vicinity and at Tyner. Mr. Wilson i3 doing something quite out of the ordinary this giving out to each grower full direc tions for the planting, and care of the trees. Mr. Wilson sees, as do many others, that farmers here do not care fo their trees properly af ter they are planted, and he is trying to help them give the risrht attention to their fruit trees, so they will get the proper returns on their invest ment. NANNETTE'S WOES "Aunt Nancy's come,' announced to ber bosom Nannette friend in a choked voi...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 20 April 1911

County Correspondence We Talk thruiS ur HTS. If they are RIO!", we have tien And If we have th-jn-lHEY ARE RIQHT m i t fillLUIRY OPENING With all the Very Latest Models DRESS AND STREET HATS Ranging from $2 to $7,50 up A SPECIAL LINE Of Elegant Large, 17-inch FRENCH OSTRICH PLUMES, at $2.45 each. Willow Plumes 401 IN. Michigan Phmoulh, Indiana. THE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911; at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana, Act of March 3, 1879. under the TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year Six month fwo montas 25 Tfce vaper will be continued unless ordered t jpped, except where subscribers llTe outside taa county. The date on the yellow Hip ii the tl 2ie to which you have raid. ' CLEANING UP DAY Is Plymouth going to have a clean ing up dayf In the middle of April it is time it be thinking hard about such an important occasion for the health and beauty of the city. Many people have already had their ashes, hau...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 20 April 1911

If You Can't Find h'? Elsewhere .5 Elsewhere We Are Sure to Have It 2 Whea asy item ia drug-store Supplies is wanted, you ; will "J J1 save irae by ;omu :g to m for it. You will &Uo get the be?t 4 "5 quality oi it at the right price.. Our aim is to carry a stock in 4 clud rg v rythirg ever required ty thep'op'eof this community. 4 Our drugs are pure arrHresh and the best to In had and we 4 carry many 'things nit f mn 1 in tb.3 averase drug s'ore. 4 It will pay to remember this whan anything unusual h 5 5 wanted or you have an important prescrip'ion to be filled. f PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE 3 Chas. Reynolds, Proprietor. f it f- - f. g .f. $. f j- .f. J J MACHINERY On account of the consolidation of the Tribune and Chronicle printin? p!ants I have the following machinery and materials for sale: 1 Potter 2-revolution cylinder pres, f )ur roller, table distribut ing, air spring- all in good condition and can be seen running. Sxl2 Sctmei lewin 1 & Lee Gordon jobber in good condition. C...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 20 April 1911

We Give Away Absolutely Free The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain English, or Medicine Simplified, by R. V. Pierce, M. D.t Chief Consulting Physician to the Invalids Hotel and Sur gical Institute at Buffalo, a book of 1008 large pages and over 700 illustration:;, in strong paper covers, to any one sending 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing cnly, or, in French Cloth binding for 31 stamps. Over 680,000 copies cf this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth binding &t regular price of CI. 30. Afterwards, one and a half million copies were given away as cbovc. - A new, up-to-date revised edition is now ready for mailing. Better 5en4 NC", before ell are gone. Address World's Dis pensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., Presideut, Buffalo, N. Y DU. PIERCE'S FAV021ITE PRESCRIPTION THE ONE REMEDY for woman's peculiar ailments good enough that its makers are not afraid to print cn its outside wrapper its every ingredient. No Secrets No Deception. T...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 20 April 1911

I BIG 1 PÄD BUSINESS GEORGE VINALL AND BEN LINK ENHELT IN CORPORATED IN 25,000 WHOLESALE CON CERN IN PLYMOUTH SEILS RETAIL STORE Oscar Woodbury Will Soon be Pro prietor of the Vinall Grocery Former Owner in Business Seventeen Years George Vinall has sold his retail grocery store to Oscar Woodbury, who will take charge of it next Mon day. This deal has been on for some time and is now at last closed up. Mr. Woodbury, as was announ ced in the Republican last week, has soi his meat market to B. E. Car ra n who will soon have charge of it. ön nest Monday Mr. Vinall eays he will be entirely out of business, and that for the first time in seven teen years. He has been that long In the grocery business in Plymouth and has niade a marked success of it, his trade amounting to as much as $45,000 in a single year. Mr. Vinall and Mr. Ben LinVen helt have organized a wholesale gro cery firm with a captialization of $25,000, which will be known as B. E. Linkenhelt & Co. Mr. Linkenhelt has wor...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 20 April 1911

'" ' mmm mmww IWiifc.fffln.'? -i,, J,,;;" i'w3wft', - .... jlv 11 11 n tn--i r- - t r-wrm i wi"r - -- nrf i-t i tu v ran a Jmjj. n ir ruf tj i iry . . r - - l i r j i a i " 1 ' - " ' ' ' - w uwiwwwwuiwii nimtmtmmmmammmmmmm0mmsmmmmmmemmmm&mtmammtul In Mi'MihJaiMW. tif-rr . - " 1 " ' " - ' - l IMPORTED PERCH ERON STAtUON "GAURV55 (695U) 57205 fi II I) ft im. ämportedfbV GEORGE. "GAURY" is a black horse, weighing 19C0 pounds; sire, Monjafret, 47526, by Theudis, 25,015, 40871, by Desique, 19602, by.Briliiant, III, IMG, 2919, by Fenelon, 2682, 38, by Bril liant. 127J, 755, by Brilliant. 1899, 756. by Coco II, 714, by Vieux Chaslin, 713, by Coco, 712, byMignon, 715, by Jean Le Blanc, 73P. DAM: Madden (49293), by Sully 21779, (40430); hv B ul B'Or (19129); bv Grevin. 634G (6892) by Brilliant 1899 (756),by Cuco II (714), by Vieux Chaslin (713), by Coco (712). by Mienen (715), bv BOAX ( SECOND 0AM: Bijou (21469), by La Ferte 5144 (152). by Philibtrt (760). y Superior 454 O30), by ravoril...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

GSEPUB CAN Ufii PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THURSDAY. APB1L. 27, 1931. NUMBER 17 VOLUME 57 'I H t 5 i 4 ST i V A f 4 : I I' i i UHDER THE horse shoe: LIES PLIilTH This Is the Slogan Adopted By the Com mercial Club and Percy Troyer Re ceived the Five Suggesting It. " Under the horseshoe lies Plym outh," is the slogan adopted by the Commercial Clab Friday night. Percy Troyer is the author of this battle cry and to him was awarded the five dolhrrs in gold promised to whoever should furnish the success fid slogan. Twenty one members of the club were present to vote. Ninety-three phrases had been handed in, most of them apt and the work of choosing was no easy task. Perhaps one fea ture which turned the trend of popularity to the slogan chosen was a letter from Marshall, . Texas, whose slogan is "At the end of the Rain bow lies Marshall, Texas." This letter was lying on the table and read by most of those present and the similarity of conception attracted at tention to our slogan. Twelve copies o...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

Civil War Stories Stories of the Civil War I never! grow old, as is evidenced by tuej i great interes t manifested in tue "Civil War Day by Day, or Fifty Years Ago Today" articles which are appearing in The Indianapolis Star, both Daily and Sunday. The articles have been highly com mended by men prominent in G. A. R. cirles as "well by teachers of his tory. These articles appeal to the veteran for the reason that they re call the soul-trying days of 18G1-G5; to the younger t generation because they give an insight into that mem orable conflict in' a concise, and yet highly interesting way. They are history, but not history put on a dry matter-of-fact way. To add further interest to the articles, they are strikingly illustrated. Mrs. Bower.i Entertains Mrs. Dr. Bowers was hostess to the ladies clah of old-time friends j ITl J - - 4 1 1. i A 1 luursuay evening. auuui meuiy ladies were present and they repuort a delightful evening. They played flinch and indulged in lively conver satio...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

nrr unit Tri DLL niUL IU .HAS RENTED QUARTERS NOW OCCUPIED BY SHIPLEY CIGAR STORE AND WILL SOON ADD THIS SPACE . MICHIGAN ENTRANCE The LaPorte Side Will be Used Only ' . Tor Show Windows Growing .Business Demands More Room. The Bee Hive, one of Plymouth's big stores, Las increased its business to such an extent that -it has become necessary for them to have more room to care properly for their large stocks of goods. Looking forward to a larger and latter store the proprietors, Messrs. Richter aid Glass, have leased the building1 now occupied by Ed. Ship ley's Cigar Store and will take pos session upon the expiration of Mr. Shipley's leases which is Dec. 1, 1911 or as soon as he finds another loca tion. The partition between the Bee Hive room and the cigar store will be removed and an archway placed tlere To furnish light for the basement, prisni jrlass will be put in that part )f the floor beneath the sky light. ;. The doors will be removed and the whole La Porte street side of the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

THE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS. Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office at riyir.outh, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION On "?ar Six mourn I wo months ....$1.50 7$ Te taper will be continued unless ordered t DDed. except -where subscribers lire outside tascjuntj. Tne date on the yellow Ut, ?. the tin? to which you have paid. MARSHALL AND DRUGGISTS Governor Marshall is working through the State Board of Phar macy to help put out of business the " dm? store saloon." He gives it out that any druggist found guilty of running- his store chiefly for the' sale of intoxicating liquors and selling drugs oaly for a blind will have his license as a ph5.ru acist revoked. Sueh action on the part of Govern or Marsh aHys commendable; but, let us ask: "Why did not Governor Marshall do this two years ago, or one year ago? It seems very much to the citizens who looks on that the Governor pur posely failed a...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

Your Drug Store THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE CHAS. REYNOLDS, Proprietor, Plymouth, Indiana. I V Pasture for rent Blue grass, good water, shade. Bert Iland, R. 13, Arjros. wtn Bulls for Sale. Short Horn arid Polled Dnrbams pure hre red and roans. Call, write wire or phone, C. T. Mattinglv, Plym outh, Ind. wtn "We dry clean, press and repair all kinds of ladies', gents, and children's clothing, clean and reblock hats. THE SWISS DRY CLEANING CO., Ro chester, Ind., Wm N. Nolan; Palace Barber shop is our agent in Plym outh. Phone 5374. dwtn MONEY TO LOAN On Farm and City property, by Cressner &, Co:, Plymouth. Ind at lowest rites; cpick action, node lay; time to suit borrower. No. 2105. NOTICE TO KOri-RESIDENT. . NO. 132Sfi. State of Indiana. Marsball County, es: In the Marshal Circuit Court, Maj Term, 1911. Frank C. Armontrout and Nellie M. Armontront vs. Charles Shoemaker et al. Complaint to quiet title to real estM . The plaintiffs in the above entitled cause, by Hess & Hess attorn...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

A v ff 4Did Io . . Fil pvNhcsjj-,: I ..Saves fuel, time, labor, trouble, etc 'Jv7;:Arrj'i ,:.: ; Cut? !nc ircrang voil: in na.-i. 5 ScvT::i:oi.;;:'-'!; S : .e:rC7C5i:cc:sG; r.ercpirano:i and soap Q T v-..'. I 1 T-t.r.pris r. fYifi-rinrr cc.nr cf clornlincss and tj cvesfucl, - 7 WasMac is Clones n I y 0 Ü2 i ncciT Roy finrs EVERYWHERE. L Vl l a- ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE GLOSSIT COMPANY . SOUTH BENDciNDlANA THUESDAY Gilbert Billhart of Bourbon was in the city today. Mrs. Martin Lobm speut the day with Argos relatives. Mrs. I. Peters went to Kewanna ou business this forenoon. Peter J. Kruyer went to Bend on business this noon. Mrs. J. J. Hibrey went to South rgus , this morning to visit friends. tin. titiiierine Snyder of Maxin kuei;:e v r.i i:i Plymouth today. Ktt i.:.-irucr vl Culver was a busiiieis transacto here today. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Soice are spending a few days in Chicago Mrs. Sally Baker is the guest of frieuds in South Bend this week. Ormond Sviuehart of Rochester spend "W...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

4 I V 1 5 - i i H i i -i t A i 1 -A i j ."5 NEW H STORY 51V iL un:mi lis Description cf i.cw E .OCX Add Much to the Value and Repu- Ution of Indiana's Production. ANNOUNCEMENT MADE Friend of Senator Parts has Pro duced Valuable Work, in Which Plymouth People Will Be Interested. "A Century of Indiana,'' the new history written by State Senator Edward E. Moore, and published by the American Book- Company, is now being1 placed on sale throagh dealers throughout the state. It is a compact and beautiful little volume j of 340 patres The text is printed in large, clear type and is so written that it is as interesting to read as a story. There arc numerous illustra tion, including two splendid colored maps. , The book open with a brief chap ter or. the jreoirraphy of the state, and even here facts f the highest r i'ract'eal and educational value are disclosed. - : v Then. f.llowintr through the chap ters on the 'Mound Builders and In dians, the first explorations and settlements by white p...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 27 April 1911

Copyricht Hart Schaff aer A Marx BEU POWELL illPLIJS THE BOYS' ORDER KNIGHTS OF HOLT GRAIL AND AND BOY SCOUTS OFAMEE ICA INTEREST YOUNG , AND OLD. DEST" DOG" IN PLYMOUTH -JJO Beys Play Games In Sunday School Room and Prepare for More Fun Tonight. It was not a large but an interest ed crowd that heard Rer. Powell at the Methodist church Tuesday. Most of them were boys and these were very much excited before the even ing was over. Mr. Powell explained the work of the "Knights of the Holy Grail" as well as the "Boy Scouts of Amer ica." Each had the same purpose, only-ths Knights of the oly Grail order had a bearing toward the Sun day school and church that no other such order had. The two can be worked nicely together he ßaid. After his talk he took the com pany down in the Sunday school room and there showed the boys how to have dog fights, roostsh fights and play ginger. Last night he talked on Plumps for Keeps:" Some more gymnastic games at the close were given. - BIG BARN RAISING M...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

. "'ÄST1' i-Utn 4 VOLUME 57 PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THÜBSDAY. MAY 4. I9J1 NUMBER 18 WEEKLY KEPUBL GAN I; t i r 0 a a : IM) 1 1 r 3 1 (i STEiBf Slffi FM POST OFFICE Gives Up Most Lucrative Political Place In County For Business As Auctioneer Could Not Do Both and Chose the Better Takes Effect Sep. 30. Tias I night Monroe Steiner, post master at Plymouth, sent in Iiis res ignation to the Post Office Depart ment at Washington, to take effect September 30, 1911. The reasou for Mr. Steiner 's res ignation is that he cannot carry on his auctioneering and the post office at tte same time. During the Bale season he has one or more sales every day, and this strenuous work takes all his time- and strength, the De partment demands that a certain r mount of time be iven by the postmaster to the duties of the office and it was impossible for him to look after his 6le business as he desired and also act as postmaster. He chose to give up 'the office for the sale business, as there is more money in the...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

& A A .u W V ctf- 4 A Traveling Agricultural Display A scvcnty-fivc foot railroad car specially designed and decorated to exhibit products of the Great and Fertile Northwest. , Prepared and sent out by the Northern Pacific Railway to SHOW YOU what is be ing raised by prosperous farmers and fruit growers in the rich states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon, ft V ) - j; . ... - -v --. jw m iy nm j, -J,-UUw -- .-- 1 1 , i, . i i r.rJ In this car you will see what you could do if you were located alone the Scenic Highway in The Land of Fortune. You could farm by intensive methods on irrigated land, or you coul J 4 dry farm" on nonimgatedland. You could raise fruit, vegetables, poaUry and dairy products, making money and enjoying life just as thousands of people are doing out in this marvelous country. This Exhibit Car, which you are cordially invitecUo inspect, will be'at PLYMOUTHINDIANA PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT TUESDAY, MAY 9th 4 4 4 4 HmnnT I f...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

WOHER 1 tXGEUJEHT PAPERS ARE READ TO CLUB MRS. C. E. LEONARD AND MRS. TRANK SOUTHWORTH TALK OP SUNSHINE CIRCLES AND PHILLIPS BROOKS WETH MRS. BLAIN Saturday Club Members Have Plea ant and P rofitable meeting In "lie Discussion of Notable Characters. The Saturday Club met with' Mrs. Blain. Two papers of unusual ex cellence were presented by Mrs. Frank Southworth and Mrs. C. R. Leonard. Mrs. ßouthvroHh presented the work cf Cynthia. stover Alden, the founder of the International Sunshine Society. This organization is not a charitable one in the com mon meaning of the word, but an CTjranized effort to make the world just a little better aid brighter. It3 creed is found in the little poem which begins, "If one has done yon a kindness, Pass it along, pass it along." The song of the society is the well known one, "Gather up the sun-beams, That lie along your path." The good accomplished where "Sunshine Circles" exist is won derful not only in the material help extended but in the little, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

HIE REPUBLICAN SAMUEL E. BOYS, Editor and Prop ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. Entered as second class matter January 14, 1911, at the post office Et Plymouth, Indiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year lx months Cwo months 25 The caper wül he continued unless ordered t Jpped, except where subscribers lire outside tie county. The date on the yellow slip is the tine to which you hare paid. DOWN TOWN W. U. OFFICE. One ofthe needs of the city is a down town Western Union telegraph office. The present arrangement is quite unsatisfactory to every ona who wants to use the telegraph wires. While the permission to use the telephone for sending in telegrams is good enough in those cases, there are times when ' persons do not wish a message over the phone, and must go to the office to deliver it in per son. In such cases it is both dan gerous and inconvenient to cross the double tracks of the Pennsylvania, and climb two flights of stairs into the tower. It would seem that ...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

A Good Place To Get Good Drugs t v , Na one, we think, will question the statement that we have an unusally complete stock of high grade druga. Large as it is, it U a constantly growing one, because it keeps pace with every advance iu medicine or pharmicy. It is obvious that a store like this one is a good place to gst family drug? or to have prescriptions filled. Drugs here are hanilei by competent pharmacists of large experience. You get ideal s?rvice at reason able prices. The People's Drug Store CHAS. REYNOLDS, PROP. . Plymouth, - Indiana. WANT COLUMN For Sale For Rent LostFctiitd-Wantcd-Etc. We have just secured 120 acres ,of good . farm land 8 1-2 miles northeast of Plymouth and wish to rent the same-for cash rent. English & Troytr. MONDAY Erza A. Hawkins of Culver was a Plymouth visitor Monday. Rev. John FJ Appleman transacted business at Peru Saturday. Regular meeting of tte O. E. S. on Tuesday evening, May 9. H. E. .Fuller spent the day at Warsaw with Orval Roberts. Jac...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Republican. — 4 May 1911

EASY. I0W,ahiafolOch TtfüLOSsnCa mm South Et o.lno. i T"lC hi The Glossit Boy Goes Everywhere. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR A TRIAL PACKAGE THE GLOSSIT COMPANY SOUTH BEND. THURSDAY 1. S. Grube spent the day friend3 at Argos. with Mrs. Chas. Zechiel of Cul" was in Plymouth today. F. M. King; transacted business at Roehtster today. Harry Grube transaetel business in Chicago Thursday. Mrs. Wn. Helms was the guest of relatives at Harris today. Tas. Schultheis was' a Chicago business transactor today. Capt. IM Cook of Culver spent the forenoon here on business. Mrs. Geo. Mikels went to Roches ter today to visit her parents. Earl Kichruyer of South Bend was in the city today on business. Julius Kietzman went to South Eend today to transact business. The Musical entertainment being prepared by the school has been giv en up. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Zimmer spent ti e day on business in South Bend. Mrs. S. E. Boys, daughter Bea trice and son Alfred, all have the mumps. ; rf. Mrs. Pearl VangiMer returne...

Publication Title: Weekly Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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