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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 August 1902

STORIKO OP CELERY. Tno MetfcOB, Approved Iy Saeeess fal Growers. Describe m4 IU, lastrated la Detail. Vrnvlslon should lie early made for tlie storing of celery. When the crop la about to be gathered It In frequently too lntc to make unliable provision, with the result that any expedient Ik adopted at the last tno inoiit. We call nttcntlon to n num ber of the most popular methods of Muring. One method that may do for a time I that of banking. The earth Is nllcd quite high around the base of the plants, and the tops may be covered with straw m the fall wnen A BALANCED RATION. Wkr Dalrytaen Cannot Afford to feed Aarthlaa; Else If The Waal to Prosper, BEAUTIFYING ROADS, A Mevement That Will Appeal Feret tlr to Those Interested la Aesthetic Progress, STORING CELERY IN TRENCHES. light frosts are common. It tht quantity Is small this may prove very serviceable, an the dirt and straw cull be removed as the celery is used. It will not do to leave It in llils condition until the ground freez...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 30 August 1902

fiCOTT COUNTY KICKER pTfbrury 14. M, u fftona-clim miM matter. Published at Benton, Mp,, every SATURDAY BY -:- Pmt,. A. Hafner. omtiAfj paper ok hcott county Subscription, 1.00 Per Year. THINK FOR YOURSELF. Why do the musses refuse to tlijnk for themselves? It is true that the farge majority must work iitml nnd iave not the time to read and study and think ua tluy should, yet ninny could, quite all could, take nt leant one good newspaper nnd dovour its Content duping the week, Mjud you, when we say ''good newspaper" we do not tnenn n corporation or party organ that i in the business to de ceive pud fool you. It is been life the laboring people nre not informed, or misinformed, that their condition grows wur&u iw the days roll by, It is boi-nus-u thay are not informed tltut thuy follow the baud and the parade n ml vote to keep in power the very men that enslave them. And the Missouri World appeal to the workers fhusly: "It has been a hard tustle, hasn't it? We mean the race for u...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 September 1902

SCOTT COUNTY ftlCftER. Vol. I BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 6, I902. St. Augustine's Parish, at ftelso. o Wonderful Growth and Magnificent Buildings Dedication of New School Building. Perhaps nowhere in Missouri can n congregation show tho evidence of progress so clearly us at Kelso, eight miles north of Kenton. Prior to 1870 the Cutholicsof that community were members of the St. Lawrence congregation at New Ham burg. In that year Frank Rcssell, Ludwlg Duiinonnnioller, Moran Corn pan, John Diebold, John Helnscrer, Chan. HeiHHerer, John Enderlee, Con stnntlne Dohogno, John Messmcr, Chufl. Mcunicr, Chns. Stolmle, Peter Diebold, Mike U niter, Peter Goshe, John Welter, Joseph Welter, Peter Welter, JohnUlncck Sr., JolmOlueck Jr., Clin. Diejo, Louis Fcldon, Joseph Beyer, Mike Endet-Ieo, Ignutz Logel, Lore'nee Hoeffler, Frank Diebold, John Bluttel, Martin Welssmueller, Jacob Welssmueller, Conrad Mattel atid Lawrence Mergnux assembled at Charles Messnier's. Vicar-General Muehlslepen of St. Louis a...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 September 1902

Vent aik ft 7 IS KV I c . Scott County Itfcter rati a. mntaa, raatietee. MMOPll t"taioiBiii8Mnniei8iaieieicioioiimoi( lf02 SEPTEMBER. 1902 rn.wn.im. raT mm. nt. uT u 21 iiiZ.il ili?. j21 22 23 24 25 26 27 I 28 29 30 j 1 Lord Aresbury, better known a Sit John Lubbock, the iclentntt, has been teaching his dog to read. He hot pro gressed so far that "Van" finds a card with "otit" printed on it when he wlhe to go for a walk, and picks out other words in the same fashion. Dr. Andrews advises Chicago to put all its bad women on an Island in the lake nnd quarantine them there. A woman writes to suggest that all the bad men be put on an island also, while an Inland town wants the doc tor to advise what to do where then ure no islands. San Francisco appears to have a mas ter yarn spinner employed on on of Its newspapers. The story thai the American Danker' association It to pay the notorious forger, Charles Decker, who has just been relenec from prUon. n salary of $S00 a montt "Just to he go...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 September 1902

. FARMER'S TROLLEY ROAD. ChlcaKO lareator Has Mast Which Uc Tnlaks, Will Prave la Ba Varr Poaalar, The inventors teem to be striving faithfully to relieve the horse of all the heavy hauling which It linn in the pnst been coiled upon to perform, and It Is probable the day in not far. die tant when pleasure driven will be the only one who will find u for this anlninl. The latent Idea along this line of honelevK vehicle Is the farmcr'a trolley road, which will make It pos sible for the miser of produce to come to town with hl load, dispose of It and return home without the old of 111 team, the electric current being made COUNTR hoad trolley to do alt the labor through the medium of the apparatus shown In the llluvtrn tlon. The Inventor contemplates the installation of private lines by the farmers In n certain locality, or the rental ofclectr!c service from one of the suburban trolley companies which now cover the country around every large city. As will be seen, an elec trie motor Is p...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 6 September 1902

A Few Days' Closing: Out Sale TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK. it (t it 25c $1.50 1.00 .901 I will offer all my Calicoes at - 5 cents per yard A big lot of LL Sheeting, yas 5c, at 3Jc " oc, ai oc A large lot of 10c Sheeting goes at 7c All of my Table Oil uotn goes at ioc 6 Spools of Coates 1 nreaci at - Corduroy Hants wortn $a at Men's Humbolt Jeans Hants wortn l.au, at l adies Shoes, to .close out. 1.25, at Men's Plow Shoes, 44 1.25, at - - .0 GROCERIES Arbuckle and Lion Coffee, per package, - 10c A big lot of loose Roasted Coffee, was 2Uc ID., now will he sold in this sale at - - - 1 12 bars good Laundry Soap for 19 lbs good Granulated Sugar for ID vv line ouxai iui - Star Tobacco will be sold at 40 cents per pound. Battle Ax and Standard Navy 30 " All kind of Twist Tobacco, 7 twists for 25 cents. 1 will sell Salt at - - $1.20 per barrel. Good Brooms at 20 cents each. A large lot of Timothy Seed at $2.25 per bushel. YouTspecFal Attention is Called to My Hardware and Implements, 1 will...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 September 1902

I SCOTT W . vol. i r W 0 J-P'a" MS? 'S&lf ' 1 COUNTY RICHER. BENTON, 13, 1902. No. 44 Something About St. Louis Politics. Why the Two Political "Parties" Get Together When Capitalistic Interests are Threatened. Tlie antic of the state admlnistra j rations are owned and controlled by tlon organ are amusing if not din-! the same men who own and control rusting. And all over the state the men with ua eye singlo on the "ap propriation" are holding war-dances and ghost dunces over whut is left of Meriwether. Judging from tlie noiso made.thore lias been no redaction in the sice of Meriwether. In fact, if noise counts for anything, he is a mountain now, where he used to be only a molehill In the estimation of his enemies. Dally and weekly these organs tell us of the "exit" of Meriwether. They speak of him as a "demagogue," a "disgranted politician," a "dlsup pointed offlco seeker," and so on.nnd yet not one single specific charge bus been lodged against him although lie has been in pub...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 September 1902

i; - . .An,. I l&t ' ' fi8ieifliaji(ii()iiMMeiwiuiU(jmiicjuiw S 11902 SEPTEMBER. 19021 r it v! i ei in.tnii.mtm.nl. ut. ;7 8 9 2 13 I Jl J! il 15. ii f!2. 2I 22 23 24 25 26 2T i 28 29 30 ,S TOPICS OF THE DAY. afaaat Pelee'a Ureal Desire. Mount Pelfc Is giving fresh proof every day of lta great desire to be ua-inhabited. Wken Ha Cornea Bnett. cn. Mlle3 limy go to the Philip pines, hut he'd better look out. what he sn.v when he comes back. LtmlU to Honor's Power. Dying on a rtttsbtirg railway sta tion platform, Steel Magnate Henry offered $100,000 for life. Foodie-. and about to be homeless, Max Cohen, ot New York, refuses a 9.1,00(1 museum offer for his deformed child. What trash these dollars ure sometimes! One More I'nfortnnntr. A Wisconsin man nte 50 roasted ears of corn at a single sitting and then died. Yet the preacher said nice things of htm at the funeral and his neighbors turned out and really ap peared to mourn. Barring Xearo Itepnbllcana. The republicans of North Carol...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 September 1902

APPLE SCAB FUHOUj. II la Sal ! a Ont at ika Maal Da airaellv FeaU Tkal Caata late Orchard. Vary few axcept mlentlst recog nize thnt apple scab Is one of tha moat destructive pouts that cornea Into tha orchard of the tipple grower. Tha codling moth Ik supposed to bo far more destructive, but such ia uot the rate. Great precautions are takes against the said moth, but little or none against the apple scab fungus. When a picker takes an apple from a limb and finds the scab on It he gives it not another thought, for that la apparently only a blemish. He imagines that he sees on the apple all the result there Is, and he considera It not worth Investigating. In fact, this scab does most of its damage to the foliage, and what appears on the apples In merely Its secondary work, lty the work of this fungus the en tire tree is weakened and the nppla crop Is cut short year after year. In addition to the fruit being smaller than It should be the apples fall early, na the tree Is too much weaken...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 13 September 1902

(SCOTT COUNTY KICKER SmJ at the post offln In Helton, Mo., on 1 sbnury U. Iwb, km second-clam mnlt matter. On Published nt Bentou, Mo., every HATPRDAV BY Pint,. A. HaFXKB. OKKIIitAli PAPKIl OF.RCOTT COUNTY Subscription, fl.OO- Per War. GETTING IN LINK. The Fimniugton Times, a very nble jui pur, Is getting in line ntul i now tooting it h horn not exactly from the platform, but from the St. Louis Republic ittii'inly the Tinios nnule a very serious blunder and spoke of the stittesrhool fund na Iwlng "just ns inuoh of 11 snored obligation iih nny other debt." In thin the Times spoke the truth, but It does not hnriuotiize with the St. Joseph platform and the KtcKrn so reminded the Times. Last week Ilro. Fisher I'litue out all tuned up to a high pitch und was fiddling away on the proper string lie said the certificates of debt are "state bond,'' and that "our school nnd Hemlnnry funds nro simply In vested in non negotiable obligations of the Mtate." If llro. Fisher had a note in lite pock...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 September 1902

' r y "raw SCOTT COUNTY IilCKXR. Vol.l BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 20, 1902. No. 45 A Talh With Recorder Harris. He Admits That a "Good, Honest Republican" Could Satisfactorily Fill the Recorder's Office. Recorder Harris wm clicking nway fit his type-writer when the editoren tered his office the other morning. After the usual "good morning" the .conversation soon drifted into poli tics. Mr. Harris is a good, honest fellow and may be classed ns n sort of "innocence abroad" in the politi cal arenn. He has never had much to do with "practical politics" and is always a patient listener nnd will ing to learn. But he "sticks to the party." That much he has learned. "I don't believe in turning things over to the Republicans," said the recorder, as lie leaned back in his chair, "1 think the evils should be corrected within the party lines." "That reminds me," replied the ed itor, "that I have just been rending the posters of die Cape Girardeau fair. I find that D. A. Glenn, a Dem ocrat, is presi...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 September 1902

1- ikott Comty Itkker. S3E529g 1 a ingntTnT TOPICS OF Til DAT. Wfcr tfce Shah la Sat. K was remarked thnt the shah of Persia win moody and sad. He hu only 85 wives, while hU father had 1,720. Too Maeh Water. The bicycle truit seems to be badly burst. It represented a conspicuous Instance of overcapitalization. There are others, What Are Teeth Forf A glnttee over the menu of a nenlth'food faddist makes one wonder what heaven pnve teeth and salhnry glands to man for. The RnI Discomfort Boon to Be Fall. The anthrnelte coal strike has pone Into its nineteenth week. If it runs 19 weeks more somebody will be com plaining of cold feet. A Palate on Wheels. Oeorpe Mould's private ear Atlunta In nearinp completion nt St. Charles, JIo., where he Inspected it a few days npo. It Is to cost about $150, Coo and will be a veritable palace on wheels, Her Impressive Test. A California woman reformer who rombiitM the clpurette I'nhlt XC' the text of her lecture the following notice posted In a dop sho...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 September 1902

11 Fffil IS. Unmix j f the Dmitttioo Tkn , Far RnulUif Frea th Far Wt ittra Forest Firee. IAHAIE WILL A6IREIATE MILLIONS, Thtrt Haa fleea Rome I.oaa of tla life?, Bat How Serloaa It la Inooaalbl. Vat to Determlnr Oai a General Rain Can Star the Plant ea' Proarreaa, Knlnma, Vnh.. Sept. 13. Newt reached here Btimlny night that the forest Attn nn LewU river hnve wrought sad hnvoc. I). L. Wallace, wife and two children were burned to death. They were camping In the wood when caught by the Arc. Their wagon was found burned up, the charred bodies lying near. A 13-ycnr-old boy of Mr. HanleyV In nlxo dead. John Polly and baby and n brother, same unknown, and Mr. XewhouM nd Mr. Oravex ore dead. Fifteen others were found without clothing, excepting gunny aack. Klve lugging camp are burned out completely. The following families huvc lost 'every thing: Kllzn Street. O. 8. Cattrttn, h. M. Chltty, Thomaa Matthews, T. Wll kenon, U. E. Dartland, Or. Kills and others. The worst of the Are Is on Lewi...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 20 September 1902

w1 6 if COTT COUNTY KICKER V K 1 I t Kntctwl lit th poatofflretn fientnn, Mo., on Vfbruiiry 14. 1MB, mmtoiiIiim will mattrr. Published nt Benton, Mo., every SATURDAY BY Ftttt,. A. HAK.NEH. .OKKICIAIi I'Al'KK OF 8C0TT COUNTY Subscription, f1.00 Per Year. IT IS TO YOUR INTEREST I YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS IT r THE GREAT SCOTT COUNTY FAIR! Ult MILITARY GOVERNMENT. Mm i. (llbony Houck linn called the Alt lmtnllon (the Cape, Clmijlestou, jCnruthersville, Poplar Ulujf undDex lerHo prepare 'for encampment on .our fnlr ground .October 012. .Cape (lirardcau Progress. Now will some good, loyal orpin .of the state administration please explain tor what purpose u military irgtmisntiou lias been established in yearly every town In the state of 2,000 InhnbitantH or more? What I'AN If. mean If It does not mean that the plotters and scoundrels in rhtirgv of the affairs of thisstr.te in tend to hold their power by military force when stealing elections falls them? Or have they In yiow an election "l...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 September 1902

TOF iff . im-MW - ' mmmmrnmi (S&-9" '1 ' SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol. J BENTON, MO., SEPTEMBER 27, 1902. No. Some Startling Figures. 0 How the Railroads Rob the People Through Mail Contracts. Front the Appeal to Reason. The government Refuse to increase tlie pny ol letter carriers, postal clerks and otlier government emplo ye. Mr. Load arid others in charge of postoftice affairs rnlsothecry of ex travagance on nu excuse for over working, nud underpaying men em ployed by t United Stutcs govern ment. We should like very much to know what Mr. Loud und other postoftice authorities have to miy uliout the steady robhing of the government by the railroad. Who gets the money pnid out by the ruilroad lobby, that its robbing of tlie government may go on? It would be interesting to know why it Im that no limn in public office combines the ability and honesty necessary to shut out the railroad theives, llead some llgures; bear them in mind when government owuershlp of railroads is discussed. S...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 September 1902

Scott County frictKr, i tuiu a. havxbil .ruutKi hBNTOK. .mwocm. Vi mi 88. . TOPICS OF TBI OAT. krht Mln oa the Oaloa. A new phlloKophcr on diet teache hat nil fod should be chewed until It eeaara to hove nny tnute, and the remainder rejected. An opening ex periment with an onion would be in teresting. , . raorita of the !ay. A general cheer will Bo np nt the nnnoiineeinent that the bnttleoldp Oresim U ready for duty ngnln. The country him not felt quite safe from hostile Invnslon since those rock In the oriental send tore nasty holes in the bottom of the ship that made the memorable voyage around Cape Horn. aw After Seven Yearn. Mra. .Iiillu Morowskl, of Trenton, N. .t.. after being totally blind for tteren yenr. had a momentary pllnipsc of her husband and six chil dren when the bandages were lifted from her eyes. An operation was performed two weeks ago. and when the bandages were removed, for the first time she saw her youngest child, born nfter she became blind. Paid for lr Vntn ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 September 1902

aySh: v? - . "P-W. HOW TO HAHDIB APPLES. Aba t rati of an Address Delivered: ar . H. Pierce at a Shlapere ( Conventloa, I believe the buyers are to blotwo to a large extent for having no many poor .apple on the market, by bclnjf ttoo Rreoily to ptirchnHo ull applcit that grow. After we have bought a lot of (.minium, nml por stock wo plan to giithcr nil we enn from the orchard, nml pnek what In callcil or chard packing, thnt menu, Jocc the end with No. l Ktpk nml then fill the balance with poor truck. If I could have my wny I would never allow n No. s apple to be packed, for If ever n buyer linn trouble It Is from poor stock and smnll barrels. It costs the name to tranxfer a small barrel as It would one thnt Is full alze.. nnd the same apple to storage when we want to hold through the winter. 1 feel a little proud of n small bronze medal I received from the !Pnrls exposition ns a reward for un derstanding how to pnek apples nnd have them come out good. My wny of packing Is to first b...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 27 September 1902

ft: fa JICOTT COUNTY KICKER KaMM at.ftf Moaoto Ktaffon, Ho, on pninnrj inn. . nt Mcoad-diM nail matter. ruhttsluul at Jkntou, Ho., every f ATOMtAV -Jr PHIL. A, HpNKR. Wr'trUI. tfAt'KH OK BVOTT GOV?? SiiWHp)oii. I,) IVr Ywir. SRUVi A H)0 PURPOSE. Tlw mwit political uiiil lt'Kiil tilt fictwaw HepnbHeitn factious 1u fit. Limis for tlj9 priWlcge ol imnilnir flic jin)isiii.i clerk iiml ilmlUngors wf rtatjitM tryl a good purposo. It vrtnliily utimnskiHl the Nesbit Inn. In tin- inituls of those who doubted Unit tin' l;nv is ns partisan (id one Iilcd ax it Iium bw?n pictured tliere run ivrtuinly no lonpr be any loilbt. Tluy wlio watt lied tho propcotHnjrs liiiwt know that the whole fight wits fur the privilegi' ot solwtlnjj th elee ion officers. Tin primaries were held for the DEMOCRATIC EDITORS MEET. Lust week the organ grinders of tlis Utnta House Ring, with nn eye withe appropriation, met In tit. Louis mid held what they railed u meeting of the Democratic editor ot the state. lib ncetns ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 October 1902

HPS 1 SCOTT COUNTY RICHER. Vol,i BENTONt MO OCTOBER 4t 1902. No. 47 1 1 "" ' ' 1 sasisis i mm 1 1 1 .... , .. Why Col. Butler Called. He Represented the State House Ring and Wanted to "Do Busi ness" With Mr. Meriwether. Perhaps the 8t. Louis Republic won never so neatly trapped ns last week. All along that sheet has been yawning about the "Kerens-Phelps- Merlwether-Bntler combine," and the combine exMted only in the imnglna tlon of the Republic. It is doubtful if even tjte Republic believed that audi a combine existed, but the organ of the 8tate House Ring had to keep "something doing," and Its daily yelp was about the "combine." All along the Republic has been trying to throw dust in the eyes of the voters by asserting that Ed. Butler was opposlug the Democratic "party." Last week the Democrats had some "delicate negotiations' ... that they wanted to perfect, and thoy selected Ed. Butler as tlie man to carry out their plans. Evidently they kept the Republic 'in ignorance of what wa...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 4 October 1902

HP. ft Scott Comity flicker. v? .'4 -t C7 i en EST- 8. ' M-r . rattii ftXXTOH. A, HAtKM, Fsslllhsf, kXMOVU , tones or in oat. Greatest Slacle" Craa. Potatoes form the world's greatest Ingle crop, 4,000,000,000 bushel being produced annually, equal In bulk to the entire whent and corn crop. Oae Important Omlsalaa. A Missouri doctor pronounces a steady diet of onion and whisky a auro cure of mulnrln. He neglects to state what becomes of the patient. The Wise Indlaa. The government Is to pay the Win nebngoes. $5,000,000 for their hinds. It was a wise move for the Indians when, they located In North America. When Trout Meets Trnst. H will he Interesting to observe the harvester and the thrasher trust dickering with the farmers' trust over the price ut which machines must be sold. Krritln- and tlreaktna;. Im Oermany women nrc permitted to attend political meetings, but are debarred from apenfclng. This Is keeping: the promise to the car, but breaking It- to the hope. Once W tlnnngti. Hev...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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