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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

I VOL. 21. Eggs—18 20O Fat catt" cattle—2}^ 2}^c. Cows—2c. Veal dressed—5 6. Hogs live—82 82.25 per cwt. Fresh pork— 3c 4 Mutton dressed 4 to 5c. Cut meats, 5 to 12^c. Chickens, 6 7c. Lard, 5c. Potatoes—20c per bushel Beans—75c per bushel. Onions—35 40 per bushel. Apples—81.25 82.00 per bbl. Peas—75c per bushel. Lemons—25c. 30c per dozen. Oranges—3oe. per doz. Sranulated sugar—16 tbs. for 81. Kerosene, 15c per gallon. Hay— 85.00 A N ST. PAUL and DULUTH R. LANDS IN FOR on good tarms. SAL At Company's Prices, from $2 to 16 Prices on particular pieces quoted and any nformation desired furnished to intend­ ing purchasers. Also have for sale about 200 GOOD IMPROVED FARMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cent RQHEY TO LOftM DOHA"7, TRETTEL, filv. it Ll:ill)er3'li Block, Little Falls, Minis. aaa«»ytw»JwiMiiuiij]igiijwTir^iCTMitiww Trade Conditions. I The Sluileni Vacation Work. The volume of business done by.J ei...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

3- fe. Iv '•&•' sr: P! lv us -. I? & sfc.. $ vysi* y$t' ®fs Hy'. If £fc £i rev Lt-Vi New Yoi?i expects to dedicate the Grant monument with app» o piiote ceremonies on April 27 next. Tuesday *?/as Gladstone's 87th birthday. Ho enti-red public life sixty-four years ago, at the age of 23. The* board county conim:s pioniM's of Line county, Kansas, have formally declared the county insolvent. Woik was commenced Monday on the improvements preparatory to re-opening the packing in­ dustry at New Brighton. The Eastern Minnesota road will soon replace all its wooden bridges between Duluth and Elk Riyer with steel structures. The Duluth board of education has determined to enforce the compulsory educatiou law, and the state labor commission will co­ operate with the board. St. Paul Dispatch: Twenty three is a lucky number for Mnj. RlcKinley. He will be the twenty third president the regiment to which he belonged was the Twen­ ty-! bird Ohio, and he will be elected by the electoral vote...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

•M •4 -n -j FLOORS LEFT BARE. THEY PROMOTE HEAITHFULNESS AND SAVE LABOR. low to Finish Pine Floor—Proper Care of Hard Wood Floors—Some Good Points of Wood Carpeting—Wood Mosaic and Varquetijr. When the mistress of the honsehold 1b likewise the maid, she will fiDd her labors greatly lessened when the floors are left bare or els$ covered with plain matting, for both can be dusted daily 'Wiih a cloth covered broom, whereas carpets require a weekly sweeping at least, and that mast be a thorough one. Even a pine floor can be made to look fairly well by stopping up the cracks, crevices anu knotholes with putty and Btaining and varnishing it. Hard wood floors will look exceeding­ ly well if they receive a thorough pol­ ishing from a cabinet maker twice a year and the rest of the time are wiped with a soft oloth. The most beautiful of all floors is the wood mosaio. This, as its name implies, •consists of a number of small pieces of 1 I I 3 EsjEs 1 A PARQUETRY FLOOR AXD BORDERING. wood stood...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

N SsrV."' 3#r i£ •u r.v .**%.• .• i6»dijjg siiver men of the st.#£wijl t^€(t in St. Paul on Jan. l,\- a' k. vi*« /v The ClncagA Tiitiefi-TIerald now gives, MeiViatn the place To^'js«$te tary of .war in McKinley's cabinet. A sensatiphal report cbmes from Cleveland. Hanna has a head­ ache! It is Christmas time, and he is mortal. The nation is shocked by the signed announcement of W. J. Bryan that he may not deliver five lectures this season. The governor has issued his proclamation establishing Red Lake county, and the officers have been chosen and have qualified. If the newspapers tell the truth, the Cubans received several Christmas presents of guns and ammunition from friends in the United States. Jones, of Nevada, and Dubois, of Idaho, two of the silver senators who left the Republican party, now find that the Populists want their seats in the senate. The assignees for P. H. Kel­ ly and the P. H. Kelly Mer­ cantile company have been discharged by the court, all the debts having be...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

IN THE PAWNSHOPS. QUEER incidents noted by pro­ prietors OF LOAN offices. In^Imlcnto of the Legion of Honor Often "Soaked"—Trying to Fawn a Claw Eye. The Secret Which a Few Half Inch Boards Kept Dark. The pawnbroker, the banker of the spendthrift and the unfortunate, the oo8todian of family skeletons and the receiving teller of hard lack stories, inns across a deal of the pathos of life mixed np with not a little that is strik­ ingly ludicrous. Stories of former opulence and present seed of reokless speculation, of dissipa­ tion, of oppression, are given over to his safe keeping, along with valued keepsakes and family heirlooms. Some of these heirlooms have strange histo­ ries. In the vaults of a Clark street pawn­ broker is a bit of soiled ribbon that was -once pinned on the breast of a gallant general by no less a person than Napo­ leon. The ribbon is soiled and crum­ pled, but from the bottom of it, bright as the day it was first worn, hangs the insignia of the Legion of Honor. A...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

PF fe' ,1 tw £5 GPM: f&'V- (TILE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. MY THIS TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. HUBL1SUK1) EVERY fc'KlUVK. SUBSCRIPTION- One year..... SO bis months ...... ......... 75 Throe months ••••. 0 A 'VRKTIHINN RATBtt LOW LITTLE FALLS, MINN TAIIR1FFOX LU MBEK. Minneapolis Tribune: The mistake of the Wilson-Gorman bill, as shown by some of the speakers, was in treating lumber as raw material and, following out the Democratic "tariffreform" theory, placing it upon the free list .as such. Even some of the lumbermen were formerly inclined to view lumber as a raw material. but all have now awakened to the fact that it is not raw material except 011 the stump. The Cana­ dian lumbermen possess the ad­ vantage of the cheaper stumpage and cluaper labor. Aai one of the speakers at the Minneapolis con­ ference stated, lumber in the tree in Canada is worth $2 per thous­ and in the United States, $4. And Canadian labor is paid at the rate of'trom $8 to $18 per mtmth, wlule American labo* is paid at t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

#ve JOB PRINTING •THS TrSmIFT .J I). Listvi'll, left tlit* city. JOB OrFlGi IS '()'.v' ^SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATEHIAL TROUGHOUT. NI: AT, CHEAP AND RAPID. tiiL' printer," hu,s The ('winmom wealth, tlie Populist daily of Fargo, litis suspended. A ninrriugijiiceuse was issued Tues­ day to George higotti and Miss Martha Schubert. The one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Campbell died of con­ gestion of the lungs Friday. The board t»f education is placing about eighty new single seats in the school houses. They are placed in the primary departments. There was a Christmas tree and appropriate exercises at the Nor­ wegian Lutheran church, on Third street northeast, Saturday evening. About forty voupieof young people went from tliis city to Royalton Friday evening to the band concert and dance. They report a very pleasant Time. Col. Bughouse, of Kansas, who had been booming Cuba's interests in Little l*'iiilss for sevei al days, left for his home Frilay morning. He promises to return. D. S. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

»CAl'SS I'Cii AIM Comptroller Eckels Not Appre­ hensive Over the Recent Bank Failures. Purely Local Conditions Re­ sponsible for the Differ­ ent Collapses. Van Kortwick Bros, of Batavia, Ills., Assign Their Vast Interests. WASHINGTON, Dec. 80.—Comptroller Eckles said daring the afternoon that fee feelH no apprehension over the bank failures which have occurred of late. Mr. EckeLj, when asked as to to the general situation, said: "Those failures which have occurred lately have little or no significance at­ tached to them. Thev were due largely to local causes, wholly unconnected with the genoral condition of the banks throughout tho country at large. The two failures Tuesday are of minor im­ portance, in each case the bank's capi­ tal being only $200,000. As against these few failures, based 011 local causes, the general condition of the banks is excellent. On the whole it is evident that the national banks today are as stable as they ever were, and the sparodic failure of a bank her...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

Binding Material, Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doom and Moulding, WOOD A N COAL of Willimantic Spool Cotton is a test of the whole spool. The end of the spool is the same as the beginning. It stands every test for strength, evenness and uniformity of quality* Try Willimantic Star Thread on your machine and see if there isn't better results try it for mending and see if it doesn't stand the wear and tear better than any you ever used. It's stronger than linen better than silk for ordinary use. Ask the dealer for it. Send Mwntsand receive six spools of thread, any color or number, together with four bobbins'lot your jnachlne, ready wound, and an Interesting book on thread---* .« sewing, Free. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO., Willimantic, Conn HARDWARE,5^ TINWARE, 'pal White Marble lame, Cement and HOUSE. Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY .-. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to io all work ir my line promptly and in first-class style. liave for sa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

1 V, 10 CHICAGO BANKER SUICIDES. VliMichl KOVCNM nn«« Otto Wmnnan*- dorffto Take HU Own Life. CHICAGO, Deo. 28.—Suffering from depression caused by financial revor-os Otto Wasmansdorff, a well known banker of this city, fired a bullet into his brain and died almost instantly. Mr. Wasmansdorff was a member of the private banking firm of Wasmans­ dorff & Heinnemaun, which failed a week ago as a result of the failure of the National Bank of Illinois. The failure of his bauk had a crushing effect upon Mr. Wasmansdorff and also seriously affected his wife, who is ill. The bunker for several days was un­ able to eat or bleep. The criticism of unfortunate depositors weighed him down and he was in a constant trou­ bled state of miud. At the time of the failure the assets of Mr. Wasmans dorff's bank were ?,'ivon at £50,000 and the liabilities at f415,( i0. He had been a banker in this city for more than a quarter of a century. WITH PLENTY OF ASSETS. AtluM Bank of Chicago Will Retire From...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

GOES TO THE CAPITAL. Congressman Elect Morris Will Attend the Tariff Bill Hearings. From the Dulntli News-Tribune. Cuiimressiuun-elect Puge Morris re­ turned lioine from Minneapolis yes­ terday morning where lit' attended the conference of the lumbermen at the West hotel, which was held in the interest of the restoration of an adequate tariff on lumber, and left for Washington in the afternoon, where he will remain until about the middle of January. Judge Morris Is deeply interested in the demand for a tariff on lumber and it* making himself thoroughly acquainted with the details of the subject. December 31 at Washington a committee of lumbermen appointed at the Minneapolis conference will meet the ways and meanscommittee and Congressman-elect Morris and others who will be in a position to aid the enactment of a law carrying with it protection for AmerLan lun„ ber, will also be there. Judge Morris is already a very busy man. After the lumber schedule is disposed of by the committee ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 January 1897

*S Ps' THESE ARE OFFICIAL 8TATE CANVASSING BOARD AN NOUNCESELECTION RE8ULTS. SleKlnley'a Plurality Kittson Todd Vote Is 103,503, a Cl»«r of 03,768—The Renulti nt Office in and Conimiim*^ .) ConalitntioMl Amendment*. The official vote of Minnesota presidential electors, and for govern aa tabulated by the state canvassi: board, is aa follows: COUNTIEa A, lay Cook 2 W JS& &® a Wg q™ !$f* 8 GOVERNOR. COUNTIES. A AiUdr 744 An iiUt 1,540 Bectrtr 1,360 Belfami 193 Benton 745 Elir Stone .... 809 Blue Earth .. 3,428 Brown 1,3.")9 Carlton 'Carver ... 1,682 2,770 3,803 2 962 Bock 1,038 Roseau 265 St. Louis 8,276 BCOtt 1,091 Sherburne .. 928 'Sibley 1,520 .Stearns 2.675 Steele 1,849 fitevens 851 Swift 1,016 Todd l|852 Traverse 436 Wabasha 2,147 Wadena Waseca Washington Watonwan Wilkin ...... Winona Wright ..... Yellow Med ii-'i i* KvJ V? 0 A 1 3 Altktn »••••••.«. 855 344 17 3 Anoka 1.533 791 24 21 Becker ........ 1,479 985 49 15 3 Beltrami 202 213 3 Beaton Bis Stone 15 3 778 867 8 14 Be...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

VOL, 21. upon on good tarms. Office in Lindbergh Block, Page this snow blockade if they do you will hear from us again ere long. Mies Ivy Wilson has closed her school in District 49 and gone to her home at Sauk Centre. Mrs. Stewart, of Cresco, Iowa, is visiting her parents, J. C. Barthol­ omew, and family this week. Miss Lottie Mushatt who has been confined to the house the past few days with la grippe, at this writing is much improved. Hans Paulson was at Motley on business Wednesday. The Rail Prairie mail was three hours late Tuesday on account of the blockade. I, H. Gray has closed his school in the Miller district and gone to Little Falls. We are sorry to lose Mr. Gray from our social circles. Rail Prairie has a progressive Christian Endeavor societv with a large membership, meets every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Come everybody and make a success of the good cause. Ole Paulson was at Lincoln on business Wednesday. Wm. Jones has returned from Sibley well satisfied there is no...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

1 ^-v ,'} •'. ." •V jj&- All who admit that Maceo is dead now agree itfrat he was shot by the traitor.Zeitucha.. Senator Davis declares that the ,, .officers of the filibuster boat Thive Friends cannot be punished foi piracy. •, Fourteen adi esses of Archbishop Inland have .just toetn published in book form under the title "The Church and Modren Society." The libel suit for $25,000 beguu by -C. B. Gilbert, formerly superin­ tendent of the St. Paul city schools, against Thomas Cochran, Jr., and others, has been dismissed. Dtuluth received49j000,000 bush­ els of wheat in 1896, which was abo«t 7,000,000 bushels ltss than than during 1895. The flour pro­ duction of ihe head-of-the-lakes mills also showed a decrease, reach­ ing a little over 3,®00j000 barrels for 1.896. The signal service at Washing­ ton will be requested to predict the yelocity of the wind for the benififc of North Dakotans, as this would indicate a coming blizzard. Fr dictions are now made on the ocean coasts and o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

'wm* •II BJ-ftf.. m?' frjZl i* :-P $$•* fe Ptev '¥H 'm fective Page BIG MI GES Reports From All Parts of the West Tell Stories of Im­ mense Damage. Rivers Are Out of Their Banks, Farms Flooded and Roads Impassable. Blizzard of Unusual Severity Rages in a Number of Localities. CHICAGO, Jaa. 4.—Reports from all parts of the West tell of damage by flood and storm during the last !4 hours. In Illinois heavy raiu has fallen, streams are flooded, making the roads impassable and damaging winter wheat. Joliet is threatened with one of the worst floods in its history. Hickory and Spring creeks are out of their banks and the Desplaines river and the lower level of the canal have raised IB inches daring the day. Fam­ ilies are moving out of their houses, and lowlands are flooded. Water is sweeping through the lumber yards, and the Rock Island track is sub­ merged. In the vicinity of Laoon wheat has been damaged badly by the hours' rain, aud the roads are im­ passable. The Sangamon river is ris...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

rr Iwr Hp Prt-sidrnt iT and Mrs. Cleveland received 7,000 callers on Jun. 1. Dr. D. L. Kieiib was elected president of the state educational association for 1897. The (i^ath rate in St. Paul foi 1896 was 9.3 for Minneapolis 8.73, per 1,000 population. 31 ••. It is whispered through Popufist cirehs that Towue is to be the caudiJute of that party for gover­ nor of Minnesota two years-Ifence. Th re is no hope of any com­ promise between the Cubaus- and Spanish that will end the war. W\yler must "pacify" the island first, and tlun there will not be any Cubans to compromise with. The gold production ini the United States for 1896 showed a considerable increase oyer 1895, and placed the United States aguin at the head of all countries. The* silver production w.-.s prac­ tically the same as last year. The Iowa State Teachers' asso­ ciation ivoted to establish a home for aged and worn-out teachers in that state. -'To rais^ a fund for taut purpose a penny collection will be takvn in all the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

Mr Kb •n it l"a h* $k* m& w* *¥R The New York Man Is Of­ fered and Accepts the Navy Portfolio. 1 Is the First Definite Step In the Formation of the New Cabinet. Whltelaw Reid of New York the Next Ambassador to England. CLEVELAND, Jan. 6.—There seems to le no doubt but that Cornelius N. Bliss •Of New York has been offered and ac­ cepted the secretaryship of the navy under the new administration. It is said this arrangement was accomplished on Monday afternoon in the* presence and with the consent of the New York member of the prospective cabinet. It is the first definite step toward the con­ struction of the cabinet, which will inderstandmgfollowedSenator robably be by a definite with Allison CORNELIUS N. BLISS. -whom Major McKinley will meet in Canton in a day or two. The visit of the treasurer of the national Republican committee, Mr. Bliss, on Monday was arranged with so much secrecy that it was only, discov­ ered by chance. Mr. Bliss arrived in Cleveland early on Monday morni...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

6 usv S "tiTTLE 'FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. OO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION' One year....— W Ulx months 7 Three montfes ADVERTISING RATES 1X)W 1ITTLE FAXL8, MINf. Labor €ommissioner L. G. Pow ers was re-appointed by Gov Clough. Gov. Altgeld is celebrating his it ex­ from thegovernor'schair by par doning a large number of criminals. Twelve murderers were included in the list of twenty granted par­ dons ou Wednesday. Indications are that the Illinois legislature is in the control of a ''machine" as powerful and un­ scrupulous as Tammany at Albany at its zenith. The contest over a senator to succeed Palmer will be a bitter one. The Great .Northern road will soon commence work on a tunnel through the Cascades. It will be two and one-half miles -long and one of the greatest feats of en­ gineering ever attempted. It being reported that Ed. Weaver, of Mankato, will decline a re-election as president of the state agricultural society, the St. Cloud Journal-Press, of co...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

& :V* ft r'* THE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFIC* IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID Dr. Forbes. of Duluth. will agariu be chaplain o! the state senate. A soil was boru to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Massy Saturday morning. The Pioneer Press will be the offi­ cial paper lor St. Paul this year. A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Olds, of the West side. The A. O. U. W. lodge of this city held its installation of officers Tues­ day evening. The infant son of Mr. and Mrf. M. A. Zeigler, of the Westside, died Mon­ day morning. A New Year's ball was given at Rich Prairie Friday evening. A number from Little Falls attended. The Little Falls business college began its second terui Monday with a large increase in the number of pupils. The final hearing in the matter of the estate of Jennie Fuller, deceased, was held in the probate court Thurs­ day. Andy Clavin went to the Twin Cities Wednesday to purchase a stock of liquors for his Broadwuy saloon. The quest...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

fi tPfSi Wind in South Dakota Clings to a Fifty-Mil© Gait for^ Thirty-six Hours. Railroad Traffic Suspended* Many Legislators Being Snowbound. Kansas and Nebraska Still In the Toils of the Big Blizzard. Chicago, Jan. 5.—The storm which lias been raging* for 48 honrsinthe ItNorthweat has hot increased in sever­ ity, save perhaps in Iowa, and the sig­ nal service office in this city, which affairs generally in the Northern issippi valley, is upon record as de­ claring that within a short time the jstorm will "probably abate." irons IMissii The wind has been high throughout [the storm and in some instances has Ishown remarkable pertinacity in cling­ ing to the high figures, it having for 86 hours kept up a 52 miles per hoar gait i&t various points in South Dakota. The falling temperature is general in the lake region and upper Mississippi (valley, but there has been no heavy fall of BUOW east of Iowa. In the latter state the sleet and snow has been very heavy jand the reports indic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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