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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 April 1895

IS) A it ki .i "*P fc I'.' & J. *fi^ jL EASTKlTli Hes, pur atiitfalr jIT and sweet, ^pWSf I' know that hidden In'your hearts of jrold Still lies the secret you each year repeat An oft-told story that can ne'er grow old Of birds that sing. Of belJs that ring As o'er the earth now steals the spring. I know not why it Is, but every year" The story seems more wondrous strange and new I bend above my illy buds to h6a'rV Them whisper softly what I know, is true That winter's past That sprlntr conies fast:. That Hfeaud joy are here at last! The story that the Easter lilies tell Brings light and peace to the whole world to-day:- And hearts bowed down by grief and sadness swell In songs of praise and even doubters pray. Men can be brave, For, strong to save. Our King has triumphed o'e? the gravel. Ring out, O lily bells! Goneis all gloom! All nature sings at. this glad Caster tide. We see no more the shadow of the toirib: To us the pearly gates swing open wide! Past is the pain Death is ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 April 1895

*TI mmygmgm ^sfer^ii,^ KASTKH lilies, pure and fair and sweet. Uno'.v thnt hidden in your hearts of jjolrt Still lies the seei-et you euch year repoat An oft-told story that eau ne'er grow old Of birds thnt sin^. Of bells itiivt ring, As o'er the earth now steals the -spring. I know not why it Is, but every year The story seems more wondrous strange and new 1 bend above my lily buds to hear Them whisper softly what I know is true Thut winter's past That sprint? comes fast: That Hfe and joy are here at last: The story that the Easter lilies tell itrLni light and poaee to the whole world to-day. And hearts bowed down by griof and sadness swell Insulins of pr.iise .and even doubters pray. Men can be brave, For, strong to save, Our Klntf has triumphed o'er the gruvel liinsr out, O lily bells! Gone is all gloom! All nature sings at this glad Easter tide. We see no more the shuiow of tho tomb: To us the pearly tfatos swing open wide! 1'ast is the pain leat is in vain He who was dead now l...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 April 1895

yi to I $ ip^ww |p^jg|ppi Warrert SheaP. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE, 1 SO 3 ftTv I-'**" PER~~~ YHAU IN ADVANCE. Official Paper ot Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, April 11th, 1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. C. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFICE.Nextdooreastof Bank. I.J.McGlLLAW, M. D. Physician and Surgeonthese Second door east ot J.A.Noye's Harness Shopupstairs. Warren, Mint. C. S. HULL~ JUDGE OF PROBATE, Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Zand Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office one door east of Post Office. Warren, Minn. A, CfclNDEtAWD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. WARREN, MINN. rutabllshed 1882. P. PETERSON, c- MerchantTailor WARREN, MINN. Fine Suits Made to Order o. Sliort 3Ttice Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. W Office one door west of StfEAT office..^ Warren, Minn. Th Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical Jlrt Magazine. (The only Art Peiiodlcal awarded a Medal at the World's Fair.) Invaluable ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 April 1895

'PS^ I 4 *5 1 Volume XV. Home and County News Whitney leads in lor prices. L. 11. Lakih has hoy for sale and will buy cattle. Last Sunday was a stormy day, and clouds of dust filled the air. Mr. Geo. W. arhart left yester day for Chicago on a business trip. Oscar ftossman is building him self a, dwelling house on the Inland. James Strader has moved to New Solum where he has bought a farm. Andrew Lodoen is building him self a residence adjoining his black smith shop. Mrs. West-fall, of Minooka, III., sister of Mrs. C. Eneix and F. B. roukLing ia Jiere on a visit. Mr. J. C. Bennewitz, of Argyle, pent Easter with Mrs. H. J. Benne witz ahd children, in this city. Hev. .T. T. Burfleth.ofCrookston, held services in the Norwegian Luth eran church in this city on Monday forenoon. the 0. G. Hideout, representing Penny Press, Minneapolis, was in town Tnmdny. The Penny Press is for aU? at SHEAF News Stand. Charles Schey, an old settler and prominent former in town of Alma, was in town last Sat...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 April 1895

,.^r v 4 Whitney leads in low nrices. li. K. Lakih lias hay for sale and will buy cattle. Last Sunday was a stormy day, and clouds of dust filled the air. Mr. Geo. W. arhart left yester day for Chicago on a business trip. Oscar UoHsman is building him self a dwelling house on the Island. James Strader has moved to New Solum where he has bought a farm. Andrew Lodoen is building him self a residence adjoining his black smith shop. Mrs. Westlnli, of Minooka, III., a sister of Mrs. C. Eneir and F. B. ConJUingJ*hwe OJJ a sislt. Mr. J. C. Bennewitz of Argyle, pent Easter with Mrs. H. J. Benne witz and children, in this city. ftev. .t. T. Burseth,ofCrookston, lield services in the Norwegian Luth Geo. W Cnrhart is erecting a two story frnme dwelling house for liis *uperintendent, Otis F. Ballard. Mr Carhart numbed seeding on Thurs day last week. At a meeting of the Board of Education held on Monday evening Principal Walters and the present corps of teachers were re-elected for another schoo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 April 1895

rr '"ni TTftrnr ?&, i i 5: IT 8k v1' IS* M|* i JonN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN, -SINN. IT is estimated that at present the English language is spoken by 115,- 000,000 people. Gov. HUGHES, of Arizona, has ap pointed twelve newspaper men to act as aboard of immigration commission ers. The governor is himself a news paper man. ENGLAND has gone the American pie belt one better by inventing a machine for the manufacture of pies. The ma chine does everything to the pies ex cept baking them. Wn.LiAM COUBTGUM-Y, elected speak er of the house of commons, is the son of a prize fighter, who began life as a butcher. It is a significant fact in English life and politics. PATTI is also a victim of the hard times. Her salary has been reduced 83 per cent, but as she is still to re- 82,000 a night for her concerts she will not have to patronize a souphouse. A MAN was under arrest in New York for swindling some Wall street brokers out of $15,000. A man who could do that must be a phenome...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 April 1895

i Jtfs V* V, 'oNe VOICE, It is not so much wh&t you say, As the manner in which you say it It Is not so muoh the language you use. As the tones In which jou convey it. Come here'" I sharply said And the baby cow erert nnd wept Come herel" I cooed, and he loo'-cert smiled And straight to my lap he crept i\ni The words may be mild nnd fair. And the tones may pkree like a dart The words mav be soft as a siimmei air, And the tones may bieak the heait. For words but come from the mind, And grow bj study nnd art. But the tones leap forth from the inner self And reveal the st.xte of the hoait Whether vou Know it or not, Whether you mean 01 care Gentleness, kindness, love and hate, Emy and anger are there Then would you quarrels avoid And in peaee and love rejoice, Keep anger not only out of your wordi. But keep It out of your voice Youth Companion. STORY OF AN OLD MAID. BY 1TTA ALLEN FELLNER. I am now an old woman of eight y. I heard some one speak of me the other day as "that old, old...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 April 1895

41 ti I i pri **'rrf Wapperi SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PKTCR, $1.00 PER YEAtt ADVANCE. Official Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, April 18th, 1895. G- S. WATTAM B, A. M. C. PHYSICIAN and SUHGEON. Omcn:NextdooreastofBank. I.J.McGILLAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A. Noye'e Harness Shopupstairs. Warren, Mine. C. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten Hon. WARREN. MINN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office one door east of Post Office. Warren, Minn. A, QfclNBElAND, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 1f9~ Office one door west of SHRAF office._r Warren, Minn. Th Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical *Art Magazine. (The only Art Periodical awarded a Medal at the World's Fair.) Invaluable to all who wish to make their living by art or to make their homes beautiful. FUK IOC. we will send to any one mentioning this publication a speci men copy, with snperb color plates...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 April 1895

nvm .,-V 41 I 511" iS tl Whitney leads in lov prices. It. Xiakin has hay for sale and \fiH buy cattle. A starch factory would be desirable institution in Warren. Gardening is now progressing with a vim. All kinds of small fruit and vegetables do exceedingly well here. Xet your friends and acquaint ances know that the Bed River vnl 3ey in Minnesota, is a healthy and pleasant place to live iu. Mayor Lamberson and A. Orin deland drove over to Drayton on Tuesday afternoon to be present at the railroad meeting to be held at that place on tho following day. The Swedish Lutheran aggre gations of Warren, Blim, and Ny Bkoga, have secured J, A.-SWanson, H student from Augustnna College, to preach for them during the sum mer vacation. The Wednesday Club will hold a Siusiness meeting at the home of Mrs. Lamberson, Wednesday tvening, May first. A cordial invitation is ex pended to nil who may be interested. BY OKDRR OF PRESIDENT. Judge Ives will hold a special term of court at Warren on Monday, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 April 1895

1 ^4'* 5* iga 5*1 USaww -Sheaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN, MINN. NKW YOUK surgeons are experiment ing1 with the proposition to make wise men out of idiots. There is room for a great industry there. OHIO is the state where everything is kept handy. Just as the fishing season opened up one of the towns had "a heavy shower of angle worms HE fishing season has opened, and an eastern journal says: "A Nantucket fisherman caught a codfish 4% feet long that weighed sixty pounds." That will do as a starter HBZBKIAH BUTTEBWOBTH, editor of Youth's Companion, will start on May 4 for a long trip to South America, Spam and the Holy Land. He will be absent about a year. THE Century Magazine, in its depart ment of fiction, has discovered a New York women, whose name was Ellen Divver, whose father, becoming rich, pelt it Elene De Vere. AN English electrician prophesies that within a few years electrical science will have made such strides as to enable it to control the weather and modif...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 April 1895

1 f- '1 J4 ,(rft 1 A*- 'si THE OTHER ONfc\ Sweet Httle maid with winsome eye* that lmiRh all day throiiRh the tangled hair Ga^ln* with baby looks 80 wise Over the arm of the oaken chair, Dearer than you Is none to roe. Dearer than you there can be none Since in your laughing face I see Kyes that tell of another one. Here wheie the firelight softly glows. Sheltered and safe and snug and warm, Whut to you is the wind that blows, Driving the sleet of the winter storm? Hound your he id the ruddy light fcu. Glints on the gold from jour tresses spun, But deep is the drifting snow to-night Over the head of the other one. Hold me close as you sagely stand, Watching the dying embers shine Then shall I feel another hand 'lhat nestled once In this hand of mine Poor little hand, so oold and chill, Shut from the light of stars and SUB. Clasping the withered roses still That bide the face of the sleeping one. Laugh, little maid, while laugh you may. Sorrow comes to us all, I know Better perhaps f...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 April 1895

Kr I Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE, 91 BO PER YBAR IN ADVANCE. OWcial Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, Apiil 25th, 1895. S. WATTA B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFICE NextdooreastofBank. I.J.MoGlLLAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door cast of J. A.Noye's Harness Shopup stati s. Warren, Mine. C. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE, Contests, Final Proofs and U.S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MfNN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office one dooi eait of Ilolto nb Grocerj Store. Warren. Minn. ATTORNEY-AT-LAY/. WARREN, WARREN, MINN. Established 1SS2. P. PETERSON, c- Merchant Tailor MINN. Pine Siaits IMTad-e to Order n. Sl^ort Notice. Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. tST OfUceone door west of SHEAF ofll..e._gfr Warren, Minn. The Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical *Art Magazine. (The only Art lVilodl.nl -maided Medal at tho World's Tali Invaluable to all who wish to make their living by art or t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 April 1895

A 1 i "&*? if 1ST*' At 'V %r!}j A VC && frf i H'fi.' NV Warren" SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. 1.60 PER YBAB IN ADVANCE. gfflotal Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, April 25th, 1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFICE :Next dooreaat of Bank1. I.J.MGGILLAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Noye'a Harness Shop- -op stairs. Warren, Mini:. W&C. 8. HULL, 3UDGE O PROBATI Contests, Final Proofs "*$ and U. S. Zand Office bus- '$' tfL* inessgiven yL'Vt' V'- J* v.-'- prontpt^atten- ATTOIiNEY AT LAW. Office one door east of Ilolcomb'a Grocery Store. :7\" Warren, Mirm.li^' ATTORNEY A JW Ofllce one door west of SHEAF ofl!ee._f Warren, Minn. pt Th Art Amateur. tneu W Best and Largest Practical tdfJ/A i%-:.\ Magazine. '""'""'y (Thoonly Art Periodical awarded, a Medal at the World's Fair.) 'rA Invaluable to all who wish to make living by art or to make their *H'-, homes beantifuLj'- V&a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 May 1895

tip Kv i W$ &: w V? T4' '&- Home and County News Whitney leads in lov orices. C. Eneix got back from Chicago last Saturday. Dan Muscall, of Cambridge, Illi nois, arrived last week. Michael Holm is down from Roseau interviewing his Warren friends. L. 11. Lakin got back from llo eau on Tuesday where he has bought up a lot of c-ittle. A, P. Mclntyre returned home yesterday morning from Minneapo lis looking well and happy. Dnn Bernard is building himself a handsome residence north of the ver near the east side bridge. August Wallentin, the contract or who has built the new Crookston hotel, was in the city yesterday. A. Grindeland left for St. Paul on Friday to attend a meeting of'the Normal Board, returning on Mon day. The Ladies Home Journal for Wny at the SHEAF News stand. Only 10 cents. Hrini full of interesting matter. The most favorable com meat the married men have to make on thSwedish ball game last Saturday, is that the game brought the rain. Christ Itundtom is erecting ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 May 1895

|Jk J, JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN. I *MNN. A FELLOW naturally learns more from the school oi experience than from his college, but he gets no diploma. JAPAN hopes to becomo the center of the new civilization, a civilization bet ter than any in Europe. The eyes of the world are upon her. A NEW YORK paper says that some of the wealthiest citizens of that city are the most miserable. We are kind of glad of it. It makes us feel better. AND now it is said rheumatism can be cured by using a mixture of gin and horseradish. In mild cases the horse radish may be occasionally omitted. THE military authorities have come to the conclusion that Indians are worthless as soldiers, and are gradual ly weeding them out of the army. What is "Lo good for ONLY about one man in every twenty five who seeks to enlist in the United States army is accepted It takes a sound man in these peaceful times to get into Uncle Sam's service. A PENNSYI \NIV woman named Dis cord has married a Uuckeye farm...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 May 1895

i^f i fl' a -fe Beneath tne drifted snow she keep* Her children safe from harm. Each folded germ securely sleeps In silence sweet and warm. And when the laughing winds shall break The bonds of winters night, Then from their sleep the flowers shall wake To seek the pleasunt light. The springtime over comes, O soull Though loosed the silver cord, And shattered is the golden bowl, And on the trampled sward The pitoher at the fountain lies, Beside the broken wheel. O'er thee shall bend the kindly skies. And balmy breaths unseal Death's frosts silence with a kiss Light as an angels wing, And thou shalt wake mid tides of bliss, To hear Qod minstrels sing James Kenyon in N. Independent. TWO BOYS AND A COW. How Pete Found the Best Home He Had Ever Known. "Hello, Bunk! Come along, good old creatur'." Pete patted the shoulders of the cow he was about to drive to pasture. It was Squire 11ill's cow, and the squire thought a great deal of it. He had a large farm, on which he raised little but ho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 May 1895

i i i* fcf '1 4 .Is ivi-t^ Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. MUCE, ft 50 PER YEAK IN ADVANCE. Official Paper ot Marshall County] Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, May 2nd, 1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OrriCK Next dooreast of Bank. I.J.McaiLLAW, M. P. Physician and Surgeon. Second door cast of J. A.Noye's Harness Shopupstairs. Warren, Minn. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LA W. Office one door east of Holcomb's Grocery Store. Warren, Minn. ft. GftiNDElAND, ATTOMEY-AT-LAW. WARREN, MINN. Established 1882. P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailorfor WARREN, MINN. Fine Suits ZLVCSKI to Order n.Slirt ^Totioe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Laiv. *I* Office one door west of SHEAF officer* Warren, Minn. Th Art Amateur. Best and Largest Practical t/lrt Magazine. (The only Art Periodical awarded a Medal at the World's Fair.) Invaluable to all ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 May 1895

it i 1. Ik1 yiujjm,i,j, ,^^41''^ ^^Aw^ W^-^^ffM^/M Volume XV. Home and County News Whitney leads in lev prices. June weather in Mny this year. One can almost hear things grow these days. Never beforeat this time did we have such prospects for a big crop. Miss Florenco Seeley is teaching the south school in district No. 6. John Larson, of Foldahi, gave the SHEAF a pleasant call last Satur dny. P. A. Dnlquist has commenced teaching a term of school in Big Woods. Nels Bystrom, of Vega, has com menced clerking in the store of K. J. Taralseth. Memorial Day will be observed in Warren this year wyjth appropri ate exercises. Mrs. Geo. F. Barnes left on a visit to her old home at. Waterloo, Iowa, on Tuesday. Mrs. T. E. Moulton and children arrived yesterday from West Super ior, Wis. to visit friends here. Do not fail to eall at Taralseth's bargains in all departments. J. A. Noyes is back from the re servation where he has been looking after his valuable timber claim. Mr. Geo. W. Carhart left...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 May 1895

avvcn ^SKcaf JOHN P. MATTSOJT, Editor and Prop. WARREN. I -*MNN. IT is now decided that the reason women do not think before th ey speak is that they can't think quick enough. Bir.r. COOK, the noted desperado,,who Is under a forty-five year sentence, has been put ^at work making shirts in the Albany penitentiary. A NKBBASKA boy hanged himself for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not that mode of executing the death penalty was painful. The coroner is of the cbinidn that in tbjs particular caseit^lsl^Si^I^^ UNDER a law recently passed by the New York legislature and signed by the governor, all cities in that state of 50,000 inhabitants or over are com pelled to establish and maintajn^fr,ee public bath"hqujscj g% IT seems that man} people in San, Francisco save up their dead all the week in order to have the funeral on Sunday, andjft ministers' meeting was held the other day in order to protest against the practice. A DOMIXICAV friai, Father Calendolid is credited with the inven...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 May 1895

'h&f. 'if i I!/ *& i I VVi I rWI- Mi ""V i: it I if S It lwaj JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN MINN. REVEILLE. Rub-a-dub, "Forward marobl" And down tbe broad street Comes a motley brigade Of little bare feet. I salute with a smile The soldiers greet me With a volley of smiles, Suoh camaraderie As will always shine out From the heart of a boy If you touch his bright side Pure gold, no alloy. Rub-a-dub. House and street And capital dome Fadeaway from my sight I By magic there come First abroad village screen. Then cool northern sky. V, {_, Maidens small, ranged in line. Their captain wasI. Bow they march, wheel and charge. Like their brothers so brave Who were then faoing death, Our country to save. Now they vanish away To long, long ago But the barefooted troop,' They never will know Twas a veteran's salute I gave them, nor why. As though spellbound, I paused Till all had passed by. In my heart's heart I cheer Their march Just begun. And, at rls't of court-martial, Cou...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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