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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

-r.--. Miraculous Benefit RECEIVED FROM Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. VGS. WfcVä- &L ELI P. BAIJCOrK, of Avm-a, N Y., veteran of the :.: J X. V. Artillery ami for thirty years of the IJabcoek & Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: "I write to express my trrititiule for the mirac lous benetit r-.veiv :'. Tr ::. In. '!!!-' Heart Cure. I sutTerod fur ye irs, as result of army life, from sciatica whi.'ii af:"e--tel my heart In the worst for:;:, My li::i.-.s swelled from the ankles up. I bloated until I was unable to button my clothing; had sharp p:un about the heart, smothering iel!s and shortness of breath. For three months I was unable to Iiw'.o'.v:'.: :. :: all the sleep I got was in an am chair. 1 was treated by the best doctors but cradually grew worse. About a year aro I comiüenetd taking Dr. Miles New Heart Cure and it ?aved my life aa if by a miracle." FSICT"! Dr. Miles' Remedies r- ' 'fsi are sold by all urus-i - i' gists under a positive Sv guarantee, first bottlö fHfiSJ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

Wire! If you want any FENCE WIRE yon can always find a complete stock at the lowest prices at BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE. (Ef?e3nbepenbent Friday, Sfi'tkmufu 1, IbW. LOCAL WiEVITIKK. F'rom FYiday Iallv. John Butler's joung son Nole is re ported quitt ill with tryeipelas. Mrs. .lames DeLoney and daughter Deldora will t-hortly go to Chicago and spend sevtral weeks there with rela tives. One niht last week the Boss house had forty traveling men t' accommo date. This is quite a showing for one hotel. Dr. II. A. Deeds, dentist, is located over the corner hardware store, at the corner of Michigan and Laporte streets. Plymouth, Ind. wlf John Cook and wife, of Koeedale, Ind., were in town this morning. They have been visiting Mrs. Lord, of Culver, for the past ten days. Libby B. Harber, the widow of Chas. F. Harber, has been granted a pension of 814 a month for herpelf and chil Iren through the agency of Wm. Love. An exchange mkes the saae remark that "when we reflect how olten shirt waists ought...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

C'IAPTER VII. (Continued.) Well. I consented ; I everlastingly disgraced myself by becoming a party to an infamou conspiracy. I give you due credit for the way in which you worked it for the address with which you transported ycur niece to Tor quay and daily absented yourself that I might go through tae farce of my clandestine wooing. I heard, too, that your Indignation when you arrived at the lodgings and found your niece gone was a very fine piec? of acting. As for me, I fulfilled rr.y part of the contract precisely as agreed. I took my poor helpless little w fe to a cer tain room in a certain hotel, went out, as if to ascertain the times of the trains, caught the express to London, with your cheek in my pocket, and, as I thought, washed my hands o! the whole affair. According to our agree ment you were to send some one .o fetch Miss Lilbourne from the hotel, and see to her future yourself. Today I learn, for the first time, that yen did not fulfil this last condition. You were no...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

L- - , m 7' : ' ' WALLS PLASTERED WITH COINS Singular Conceit of a New .Jerecy Woman Numismatist. From the f hilidelphia Record: Miss Dntz of Dentzv.IIe, X. J., a suburb of Tientcn, has probably the largest col lection of ccins in New Jersey. Some cf them are many hundred years old, and they repiesent the currencies of nearly every country in the world. Some idea of the size of the collection may be gathered from the fact that the ceiling of Miss Dentz boudoir is com pletely covered with United States money, while the four walls are hidden behind coins of Asiatic, European, Af rican and South American countries. There is considerable history attached to this collection, especially to the Eng lish coins, which were found near Princeton in a queer-shaped hat by one of Miss Dentz' relatives while in search of minerals. The hat is similar in shape to those worn by the Hessian soldiers during the revolution, and is still in Miss Dentz possession. There are many valuable coins in her col ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

CI?e3nbepenbcnt FlUDAV, SKI'TEMHKIi 1, lS'.W. LKTTINCi OF KI.KCTKIC I'ONTISACT. The contract for thr lihtin; of the city of Plymouth for the next ten years has been let to the Famous company, of Chicago, after one of the warmest discussions on a muni cipal matter that the citizens have experienced since the town began. Early in the proceedings, the In dependent took a hand in the mat ter, when the mayor and a majority of the aldermen were in favor of municipal ownership and when it seemed that nothing hut municipal ownership would he entertained. The mayor was pronounced in favor of city ownership and at one meet ing of the council openly avowed that he would nevtr allow the city to enter into a ten-yea contract. lie was convinced that the city should ami could own ami operate the elec tric plant. For several weeks the Independent labored on this issue and not only proved to the people that the city could not consistently purchase the plant at thi time and that it was doubtful if th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

County Library Janl93 1 Como tadepeede A. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1899. No. 39: Vol. 5. Marshal. ty PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ' J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYTIOUTH. INDIANA. Office over Bill & Carabiii's store. DR. N. S. LINDQUIST. Physician and Surgeon. Office hi MMlel l.uiMiu:. Tel. VX. Mlit calls rfluutleil to. A. C. HOLTZENDOKFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Coriifr Michigan ami Jetlerson streets. NiIit calls answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at- Law. OTUV rUHl.U'. Special attention trlveu to Conveyaueiiv. Ouietiun Titles, an.l 1'robato business. Offli-Hover Shoemakers resuurdiu. Plymouth, lud. R. B. OGLESBEE, Attorney-at-Law, PLYMOUTH! INI). Kuhu liulldlng, l'lioue 14ü. TESTED FREE. H. Q. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door South of Postofflce. Koom 4. Office open every afternoon except Monday. MONEY AT SIX! 6 O TODAY , o IT COTS VOU OTHItlG to CALL om WRITE JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. ATTENTION, FARMERS! You who have been iay...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

J . THE WEEKLY lüDEPHiDEHT. a W. METSKEB, Pab. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - HfBIANA. OUR CALENDAR. V1 c .- " ; - - ' h lu0 BTfllM KISDAY MMSMT "l IWf rnOt ' &ATI0J If I I 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 lO II 12 13 ! 15 IS 17 13 i3 CO 1 1 22 23 24 25 25 27 2a 29 ÖO imn rum vii i r r u nun lv News of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happening of Much or T-ittle Importance from All Tart of the Civilized World Price of Kami Pro dace iu Western Markets. New York A: the Broadway Athlet ic club Eugene Bezenah was knocked out in the tenth round by Joe Hans. The time of the tenth round was J: 23. Lima. PeruThe government con tinues to make numerous arrests on charge of complicity in the insurgent movement in the southern provinces. Lamoille. II!. Burglars cracked the safe at Larkins & Black's store at Ar lington. They secured $1.0'") in cash. St. Louis. Mo. The St. Clair county (Illinois) hoard of review raied the as sessment of the eastern end of the Eads bridge structu...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

TALMAGFS SERMON. BUSINESS LIFE, LAST DAY'S SUBJECT. SUN- A Lecture in Common Ifouefty "Not Slothful In Husluess; Fervent li Spirit; Serving the Lord" Kom. 12:11. (Copyright 1S0D by Louis Klopsch.) Industry, devoutness and Christian service all commended in that short text. What! is it possible that they shall be conjoined? Oh, yes. There is no war between religion and busi ness, between ledgers and Bibles, be tween churches and country houses. On the contrary, religion accelerates business, sharpens men's wits, sweet ens acerbity of disposition, fillips the blood of phlegmatics, and throws more velocity into the wheels of hard work. It gives better balancing to the judg ment, more strength to the will, more muscle to industry, and throws into enthusiasm a more consecrated fire. You cannot in all the circle of the world show me a man whose honest business has been despoiled by re ligion. The industrial classes are divided in to three groups: producers, manufac turers, traders. Produc...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

J Suffered 20 Years. Vi-:- (I MRS. MARY LEW 1 5, wife of a promi nent farmer, and well known by all old residents near Belmont, N. Y,. writes: "For twenty-seven years I had been a constant sufferer from nervous prostra tion, and paid 2:ir::e sums of money for doc tors and advertised remedies without bene fit. Three years a so my condition was alarming; the least noise would startle and unnerve me. I was un.il le to sleep, had a number of sinking I lis ami slowly jrrew worse. I began u.-dus Ir. Miles' Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver Tills. At tirst the medicine serrm-d to have no effect, but after taking a few bottles I becran to notice a chauge: 1 rested letter at :ii,rht, my appe tite bepan to improve and I rapidly prew better, until now I am as nearly restored to health as one of my a .no may e.icct. God bless frr.MilesNt Tvinc." fSZ&N'tfffi LT" " ' 1 Dr. Miles Remedies fe ßr. 'fe are sold by all drug Miles' gists Under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

M. LAUER & SON, New, Fresh and Reliable! JUST LANDED AT THE NEXT DOOR TO THE 1jOSTOFKICE. 2fj nnjCM MHN'S WOKKIXC! SIIOKS made for U OUiLLl honest" service on the farm or in the fac tory. We place them on the market while they last at $1.00 and $1.20 per pair, according to quality. Examine our great leader in .Men's Socks at oc per pair; Overalls for men at 25e per pair; Suspenders for men at 10c per pair; Suspenders for hoys at 5c per pair. Our Ladies' Lace Shoes at $1.45 are beauties. Our Children's School Shoes are the hest that money can buy. We will help you to select the best for your hard-earned money. Try us. YOURS TO M 0?e3nbepenbent Fkiday, Shitkmi.kk N, 18W. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FYiday'p Dallv. Seed Wheat. Forces' Seed Store. 2w It pays to change seed wheat. The leading varieties at Forbes' Seed Store. 2 Martin llouser, of Piu.ua, Ohio, is visiting his relative Prosper Mickey, and others of this city. Wm. Scortield was in town today. His health is greatly improved ov...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

13 CHA PTE Ii VI II (Continued.) "How odd!" she said absently. "I 'early remembered that nan.'. again. My memory must be coming back, I think." "Let me trust it is," said Valdane rather nervously. She leaned her chin upon her hand and looked thoughtful for a few mo ments then, rais'ng her eyes ".Mr. Martineau." she said, with a little sigh. "I should like all this busi ness set on one side for a few weeks, please. Mr. Stelling is gone for his holiday to Lord Umfraville's for the shooting." "To Clarisdale?" "Yes." She paused, and asked in some astonishment, "Do yon. know Lord Fmt'raviiL1?" 'Well a yes; his wife was my cousin. I generally ay thre every autumn." "Indeed? Viscount Thonifceath is a great friend of -Mr. Stellings." "Ah. perhaps we shall meet! You wish then for ine no; to institute in quiries just yet?" "Not jus: yet, please. I don't feel strong enough j. ot in qt:ite good spirits mough to-" She checked her self bravely. Not for worlds would she have hinted, even to hersel...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

J-. CARRIES MEALS TO WORKMEN. How an Enterprlsiug I'ennsylranla B07 la Making Ilia Fortune. From the Philadelphia Record: Thos. Müntzer, a 11-year-old lad of Consho liocken, is probablj the most energetic youngster lu Montgomery county. Through his own devices he earns $15 a -week and only vorks on an average of six 'hours a. day. His business is meal carrier. About three months agy Tommy called on the employes of tha different mills and offered to carry their meals for 15 cents a week. As many of the mills are running night and day his offer Included suppers as "well as dinners. Most of tbe em ployes were paying 23 cents a. week for the same service, and the boy's offer was promptly accepted. At first Tom my was able to carry the dinners in a large express wagon, which was hauled by a goat, bat as he steadily gained customers it bf.came necessary to get a large push cart, which he fitted up with shelves. His business finally in creased so much that he nad to hire a horse and wagon....

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 September 1899

0?e3nbepenbent Friday, Septem b kr 8. 1SW. 3IAKKET IlEI'OttT. Butter Eggs 12c Chickens rc Lard C.c Potatoes Flour per cwt 2.20 Corn meal 100 Hogs per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 4.25 Wheat Kye Corn 27 to 30 Oats 22 Clover 6eed 3.00to30 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed A 1-00 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to 8.00 Cloyer hay per ton .00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by Eel. S. Hogarth & Co. NOTli'K TO M'lPsCKIIlKKS. We have been sending out statements to subscribers during the past week. Our books show a large amount due us This is the dull season for newspapers and we hope that our patrons will cheerfully and promptly respond. M a iisiiAi. i. County I n i ei en i en t. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday' Daily. Wanted. A gir! for housework; good wages for the right person. The county cancil is in session for the purpose of ri.xing the tax levy. Ür. Ed Quivy, of Lafayette, was in town today. Mr. Quivey was formerly a resident of this city. Dr. J. L. Iienepe, of...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

Co odeo PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1899. Vol. No. 40. Marshall nty tad PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. orlice over Hill & Carabin's store. DR. N. S. UNDQUIST. Physician and Surgeon. Oßict ii; .Model buiMiii;.'. Tel. M. M:Jit calls ri'Ninmtlf ' t. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDOKFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Cum r Michigan an i Je tier sou streets. Niyht c;ills answered. R. B. OGLESBEE, Attorney-at-Lav PLYMOUTH, I NO. Kuhn liuiUliL, llume Uo. o. rf X i ! TESTED N FREE. H. G. PATTON, Opt. G., First Dour South of rostotlk-e, Kooip.4. Oftice open every af tcrnuuu except Mouilay. MONIS Y AT SIX! 6 TODAY IT COSTS YOU NOTHING O to CALL or WRITE 6 o JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. ATTENTION, FARMERS! You who h ive been payim: 7 and y percent, on iirti:a- loans nrv respectfully solicited to call ami see in. 1 have a limited amount of money tli it I w ill loan at 5 .V; and ; per cent , which rates I am sure cannot ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

J THE WEEKLY IIIDEPtHDEIIT, a W. METSKEE, Pub. nd Prop. FLTMOUTH, - - MIR EVENTS 0 HI! WEEK News of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happening of 3Iueu or Little Importance from All Parts of the Civilized World Trices of Farm Fro tiuee in Western Markets. Xpw York A tramp jumped from the Hi bridge and his body has not j -etcverrd. Not even the narr uicide is known. P:i 'a. Mrs. Mary Gallagher aged med herself and her three chilJ l laudanum. Mrs. Galla gher uer 4-months-old baby are dead Ch.tta.iooga. Tenn . Over COO men employed in the copper mines at Duck town have struck because of the re fusal of the companies to recognize their union. St. Louis. Mo. The eighteenth an nual convention of the National Asso ciation of Stationary Engineers ad journed to meet in Milwaukee in 1900. Herbert K. Stone of Boston was elect ed president. Washington Adj:.-Cen. William C. Liller of the Spanish war veterans re ceived a telegram from Miss Helen M. Gould, who ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

TALMAGE'S SEBMON. MUSICIN WORSHIP'SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. NehemUh 7: 67: "And Thy Had Two Hundred Forty and live Sinking Men a ul Singing Women Children of the Heavenly Klag. ' (Copyright ISM by Louis Klopsch.) The best music has been rendered tinder trouble. The first duet that I know anything of was given by Paul and Silas when they sang praises to God and the prisoners heard theru. The Scotch covenanters, hounded by the ?o?s of persecution, sang the psalms of David with more spirit than they have ever since been rendered. The captives in the text had music left in them, and I declare that if they could find, amid a'l their trials, two hundred and forty and five singing men and singing wom en, then In this day of gospel sunlight and free from all persecution there ought to be a gieat multitude of men and women willing to eing the praises of God. All our churches need arousal on this subject. Those who can sing must throw their souls into the exer cise, and those who cannot sing must lea...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Cures a Prominent Attorney. fori m MR. R. C. PHELPS, the leading per sion attorney of Belfast, N. Y., wr.tes: "I was discharged from tho army on account of ill health, and suffered from heart trouble ever since. I frequently had fainting and smothering spoils. My form was bent as a man of so. I constantly wore an overcoat, even in summer, for fear of taking cold. I could not attend to my busi ness. My rest was broken by severe pains about the heart and left shoulder. Three years ago I commenced uins Dr. Miles' Ileart Cure, notwithstanding I had used so much patent medicine and taken drugs from doctors for years without being helped. Dr. Miles' Ileart Cure restored me to health. It Is truly a wonderful medicine and it affords me much pleasure to recommend this rem edy to everyone." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re funded. Book on dis eases of the heart and nerves free. Address, 0 miia.' ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

zie Mutti. M. LAUER & SON L - 99 M ill ! I county fund and 2 centp per 8100 on whole story is refuted. It seemed to piece or news all ARK MADE FOR THE PEOPLE. Whom Cod "Hecause I I l,i -ed So Well," ut- Lincoln mm id. Mode So Many of Them." Therefore they're in constant demand. They sell every day. They are the best medium-priced shoes in this city. Our goods are always sold for what they really are and if you like to do business that way we'd like to do business with you. Try us. We will assist you in selecting the very best for your money. Try us on SCHOOL SUITS. YOURS TO PLEASE, M YÄIM Cl?e3nbepenbent Fiuday, Si:rxi:Mr.i:i: ir, 1SW. LOCAL BREVITIES- From Friday' Dallv. Mre. John Ilaüsback is reported to be quite ill with asthma. Mrs. John Freddie sull'erint? excessive ly from neuralgia of the stomach. Mrs. W. ,T. Rankin, of Los Angeles, Cal , is visiting with Argos friends. The teachers at Lapaz this season will be Prof. Ilostetler and Misses Mil ler and I'resnel. A. U. Wicki...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

J CHAPTER X. Continued. "Have you a sister? I didn't know. What is her name?" "Miry. I should like you to know her." "And who is Miss Lilbourne? Does she live with you?" "She is an orphan: my father and mother adopted her." said Bernard, his eyes fixed upon the sketch. "Is she pretty?" asked Mildred in her slow, direct way. "Yes very." "And she won't sit still when you a?k her? Hew very unkind!" "Oh, she was always very busy, you know!" said Bernard in some confu sion. "ie girls had always plenty to do. but. thanks to old Miss Selwyn. that's over now." The sketch finished, he showed it to Lady Mildred, who was evidently much struck. "How clever you are to do so much with so few touches! I should like to f.how it to my father. Will you. Mr. Stelling Selwyn. I mean be so kind as to ?lve it to me?" "I had meant to keep it." he said hesitatingly, "as a remembrance of one cf those golden days which don't come twice, but I'll make a bargain with you. Lady Mildred." "A bargain?" "You shall...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 September 1899

A GOOD MEMORY. Had the Clerk, and These Cousins Were Refused a License. Joliet (111.) Cor. Chicago Record: March 14 last County Clerk Hutchin son received a letter from Mrs. Elsie M. Richey, of Galion, Ohio, stating that she expected that her daughter Elsie and the daughter's first cousin, Wil liam Richey, would apply for a mar riage license in Joliet. She wished the clerk to refuse to issue a license. The clerk kept the letter for future refer ence. The other day the cousins ap plied for a license. When Richey first asked for a license the clerk thought he remembered the name, and then he got the old letter. Holding this in his hand the clerk asked Richey: "Are you related?' "No, sir," was the an swer. "Js there any reason why you should not be married according to the laws of Illinois?" Again the same an swer. "Will you swear that your father and Miss Richey's were not brothers?"' Richey was silent. He knew that first cousins may not marry In Illinois and fled with his cousin. Acr...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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