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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

4 TOLUME XVII. LET THERE IT CAN UK MAFKI.Y HAtI) THAT Jones, Townsend &Co., THE $QU4ffE DEjLiflQ GLOTtfEffS, HAVK Tlin WIST MUIITI'.I) CLOTHHsTG- ROOM I.N1 Till? CITY OK T. JOHHNI. '1 hoy havo now on bund n Itehnblo MI'S YOUTH'S BOY'S Al wear. Unsurpassed In stylo, quality and lit In every particular. Wo keep on hand a lino oh .samples (or custnmo worfci whero suits can bo gotten up in quick time, and u perfect lit guaranteed. JOFES, TOWNSEND & CO,, 4th & Felix Street, ST. JOSEPH MO 113 & Dr. J. AHhworth rnntlniirs In practice UN profi-Dslim at Xew 1'dliil ul the fnlloivlni; ntvs : MimIIcuI iittoiiilaneii nno dollar iter mile fur the rlrst mile nuil no rents t tiiilu fur eaeli 4ililllliin:il mile, llidmlliig mi'itlelue for nne in--dividual ultlnmtuxtra rliarire. Mcillcliii) al liii oDUcwiailolliir each llinu In each r.ise. kIn k jumutw M-xmnlnnf ltt for Heme Mte .Vsj.wkir "Veil remMlesTOl neTl"' rn.crirr.;(l In liN .rn; llei. an'l that all .IIkcws'ImiIIi nciileiiiiil...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, By DAVKHFORT A HOBYKS. OREGON, i ! s MO FARHAdUTi ar cuAtiLta ic kat. After life's long watch mil ward Sleep, great Sailor, while the bar J ChanU yourdarlng. When, of late, Tcrnpcit shook the Bark of State, Fierce ami deadly, throe on throe, Horrid with a phosophor-g1otr,i And tbo mountains rearing gray Smote her reeling on her way. Day and night who stood a guard, Stcadfaat aye for watch and ward! You, great Pilot, who were made, Quick and cautious, bold and staid; Like Decatur, Ferry, Jones Mattering men with trumpet tones. How you met your land's appeal Knows New Orleans, knows Mobile. Slumber, free from watch or ward, Dweller deep Ip grassy yard Of ttlll billows I Keep your berth Narrow In the quiet earth I Ar of old the North slar shines, llcrun displays the ancient sign, On the Ship drives, sure and slow, Though the Captain sleeps below. Only sleeps upon his sword; Slumbers earned by watch and ward; For If timbers crack, and helm Fall her, and aseao'crwhelm, ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, OREGON, TIIBKNODX. B. J. lift bol&axd. a. Oh, sweet are the scents and congs ot iprlrfg, And brave are the anmmer flowers; And chill are the autamn winds, that bring The winter' lingering hours, And the world goes round and round, And the ton sink Into the tea; And whether I'm on or under the ground, The world circa little for me. The hawk aalla over the sunn; hilt; The biook trolls on In the ehadc, Bat the friends I have lest He cold and still Where their strlckm forma were laid. And the world goes round and round, And the sun tildes Into the sea; And whether I'm on or under the ground, The world cares little for me. O life, why art thou so bright and boon I O breath why art thou soaweetl O friends, how can je forget so soon The loved ones who lie at your feet I But the world' goes round and round, And the sun drops Into the sea, .And whether I'm on or under the ground, , The world carta little forme. -'.he ways of men are busy and bright; The eye of woman Is ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

THK uv J)OUYNfi. A -VAMiKII, ' OltKtloS, m'o". Entered nt the INtuftlct nt Orreoii, Mo., m 'second-claw matter. Term of Sakaeriptloa: TWO DOLLAKH A TEAK IN ADVANCE. mil) AY, JUNK 17,1831. AdrartUtait Ratea, which nro very reasonable, when tlio InrRf) clr rnlaUonof Tnr.CouHTr rr.it h considered will be made known oil application to the lnli IWier. Mpficy nifty be ent at our risk by PoteKcc order, draft or registered letter. ' 1 Ct)rrepontenr9 nnd news are always desired, hilt letter mutt be brief nml mint have the genuine nniun of the author, not (or publication but m a Kiiuranty Knd faith. Communications' In the Interest of candidate wlllbcriiTrttiM for nt the ralu of three cents per wont, cash In advance. Obituary ltry will b charged for nt the rate of ten cent per tine and tha Cash must accompany th imimiscrlpt. Ilejeeted manuscript will not bo returned. letters fur publication should reach lit by Tuesday non to linuro Insertion In that week pacr. All letters should te addressed t...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

I I' ftTiiK largest singlo scttttment of rail Toad stock transaction over jnado was the payment by the Pennsylvania Itnil toad Company for 208,419 shares of tho PMladelphla, Wilmington and Dalti non Railroad stock bought by them n few weeks ego. For these shares tho purchasers paid Into tho New York National Bank of Commerce a slnjilo check for 14.949,052.20, ono of tho y.Aargest checks over made stneo banking nm instituted. X Kansas girl named Slcopy was married recently to n gentleman by tho jikmo of Tired. When the ceremony was over a thoughtless young lady sang I'm Tired now and Sleepy, too, come put mo in But somo one conghod vyerj loudly, andthoro was an agonizing isilonce about four yards long. Ex. Is tho city of Ottawa, Km., if n body micot a body and wants a lltllo rye, the itwo proceed to a cortam Innocent look ing room whero they open a drawer In ttiho wall nnd on a slato found therein Sicato tho character of the contraband .goods which thoy would like to sample it tho sa...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

AricnmR. WORDSWORTH. IIow rich that forehead' calm expanse! Howbrignt that heaven-din ctcil glance I Wat t her to Glorr, winged Towers, Ere sorrow bo renswcil, And Intercourse with mrrtal hours Bring back a humbler mcod I 80 looked Ojellla when sho drew An angel from her station; 8 looked not ceasing to pcrtuc Her tuaetul odor at Ion I But han 1 an 1 vo'ce allko are still t No sound hero sweeps away tho will That gave It birth In adoration mcok One upright arm tuttalns the cheek, And one iccro.s tho losom lies That rose, and now forgets to rice, Subdued by breathless harmonies Of meditative feeling; Mute strains from worlds beyond the sktcs, Tr.rough tbo pure light of, female eyes, Their sanctity revealing 1 OLD CATHIE'S STOKY. "I novor flood no lamlly llko do old Prentiss, Miss May; 'pears llko folks ain't so nice dls vcr way. My Misls was a reg'tar queen." "Who was your Missis, Cathie?" askod tho piolurosquo old colored wo man, who sat loaning on tho handlo oi a hugo basket sho ha...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

TIIK , .4?. i A n Am .ire cme to thvJab of Slower j,Mclr breath met ns oul on the sesi, Tor the Spring and the middle Summer Mt ettch on the Up of the breeze; And the red passion-flower to the cliffs, and the dark-Mae clematis, clung, And starred with a myriad blossom the long corjTolvulus hung; And the topmost iplro of the mountain waa lilies In lien of snow, And the lilies like glaciers winded down, run nine out below auru luvufQuyus tulip nttvuj'pTl uc . v of gbne; t!toUuUi f OC millions oltoscs tort 'sprang witnout lew. .or a thorn from the bush ; And the whole lale-sldo fltshlng down from the peak without eter a tree Swept like a torrent of gems from the sky to thoblaeof the sea; And we rolled upon capes of crocus and Taunted our kith and our kla j And we wallowed In beds of lilies, and chant ed the triumph of Finn, Till each like a golden Image was pollened fiomheadto feet And each was as dry aa a cricket, with thirst In the middle-day heat, Bloaaom and bloaaom, and promlio of...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 17 June 1881

Let The Cannons Roar ! ( : : -r: : : : grand Celebration at Forest City, When every oe will celebrate tiie Nation's Birthday y buying goods of W. E. MINTON, , And.he d&y .w 'Iqng ibc .rcjmcmhorcd by all who give him a call, Thoro will be no braat bands, cheap display of calico flags, but the low price at which I am selling goods will be the attraction for all. iTERRIHC TORNADOES. Cyclones lp all Directions Last Sunday Leaving Wretchedness, Miser)' AUi Ruin In their Path's. jlJrfivt .fii nr I.lfe nnri Property in " nnaiiNKMa .silmonrl' It seems tliiit thu year 1831 is des tincd to tie memorable in a great many respects. .Scarcely liuvo wo finished our (If. script ions of thu destruction of thu great floods when we nro called on to chronicle the damage by wind uud storm throughout a wide urea of coun try. Latt Sunday wits a day which brought sorrow and ruin to many n hitherto happy household. We read of earthquake and floods and tornadoes in remote parts of the earth with com para...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

VOLUME XVII. INDEPENDENCE DAY 105th A T MAITLAND, MO. JULY 4th, 1881. The citizens of Maitland extend to you, and all your family relations, a cordial in vitation to join with them in-celebrating for their fist time the 105th anniversary of our Independence. We, as a Pople, in ordor to make your entertainment both profitable and entertaining, have spared neither time, pains or expense. If this is doubted, we ask you to read our Marshal of the Day, J. L. Grigsbr. Chaplain, Address of Welcome, IsdITJSIO: Oregon Cornet Band Whig ORATORS, Hon. I. White, of Naryville, Prof. 0. C. Hill, of Oregon. Declaration of Independence, Wm. A.. Gardner. President of the Day, J. H. Wiuseh? The procession will form nt tlio Christina churoh nl 10:00 a, m., Headed by tlio Cornet band, und will consist of Military Coinpnnios, Gloo Clubs, Offi cers of tlio Dav. Citizens. Funtnstios. ctu.. etc.. oto. 'i'hu procession will march tfliromjli tho principal streets of tlio city milo south of city, whom the usua...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

EASILY SATISFIED. I met my love in the lumtncr; The brccsi blew front the South, Sweet with the breath of the clover; I klsseJ her little mouth; Out I told my pet full plainly, At I gave her hand acqucezc; "I've lots of lnvc for you, darling, But not muiili brcail and cheese." But then the shoTcJ her dimples, Tho blue eyes teemed to thine; ller hea 1 wis on my shoal Jcr, Tbcltttla lips eoughtmtne; She said, "I am not hungry, And summer time Is here J Who cares for bread and cbceie, love! I want tho kisses, dear." MAKINO I.I LOOK IlItlOIITHK. 8aynot, "This world seems dark and drear," Hut strive yourself to light It; Thoujh Isnaranco race, yet never fcir, Tls manhood' woik In flzht Itl Strive on, and rust will drop lis scales; The earnest effort seldom fulls, And purpo'o over doubt privilli, Thus making life look brighter. Docs villus meet with smatl reward! That thuwUt Is worldly-minded; For vlco acrtclf Is oft abhorrcl Uy slaves whom she hat blinded; Though now tho clou Is be dark ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

TDK CHIMNEY'S MONO. BT DHF.T IUIITB. Over the chimney the tight wind tang And the chanted melody no one knew And the woman stopped as her bake ahe tosccd, And thought of the one ahe had long alnce loat, And said, aa her teardrops back ahe forced, "I hate the wind In tho chimney." Over the chimney tho night wind Bang And chanted a melody no one knew; And the children aald, as they cloicr drew, "Tlsaomewltchthatla cleaving the black night through 'Its a f airy that jnst then blew, And we fear the wind In the chimney.' Over the chimney tho night wind aang And chanted a melody no one knew; And the man, aa he eat on hla hearth below, Bald to htmielf, It will surely anow, And fuel la dear and wogca low And I'll stop the leak In the chimney." Over the chimney tho night wind sang And chanted a melody no one knew ; Bat tho poet listened and smiled, for he Waa man and woman and child all three, And he said, "It Is God's own harmony, The wind that sings In the chimney." HIS OWN DAUUHTER. 'Dear...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

Let The Cannons Roar ! Grand Celebration at Forest City, Mo., When every one will celebrate the Nation's Birthday by buying goods of W. E. MINTON, And the day will long be remembered by all who give hira a call. There will be no brass bands, cheap display of calico flags, but the low price at which I am selling goods will be the attraction for all. TUB COUjStTY paper, uv JMMIYNS. .V: IVAI.I.llllt OltKliON, MO. I 1 , Knlorcil lit the l'tKtiiMi-r Seeollil-rlais IHIIttlT. lit Oregon, Mil, ns Terms of Subscription! I , AJU'K. TWO DOLLARS A YEAH IXADV rti)AY,.iuxi: -ji, l.HHi. TKMl'KllANOi: ltlU'OItM. lt occurs to us to remark that the ad vocates of temperance devote, too much time to legal restraints nml not near enough to moral suasion; or hi other words, they rely too much upon tliu for mer to tliu neglect very largely of the latter. Thero is a general desire for strong drinks; but not all who imbiho do so tor tliu love of it. And if the lat ter (oiild lie persuaded to avoid tliu in t...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

001 1Y1C, JOHN CHINAMAN. At length n trutUy has boon rntlllcd n-ilth China which empowers our gin mvninent to regulate Chinese iniinigrii Alon. Wo aiu not permitted to prolillitt rthe coming of Chlneso to this country, Bint we enn cut down tlx; number which amy .ship inuy bring. It seems tin Ainnrluiin to take exceptions to any rneo or religion j but thoteellng ngalnut lho Cliluc.so, wherever they nro best known, Is so Intense, that both pin tles in Congress have been influenced by this rneo jealousy, to ngreo In practical ly excluding the advent of I'nlnro linnil-' grant Chinese to onr shores. Wo have had and shall have enough of trouble In dealing with the African, without hav ing n Mongolian question to meet. The Chinese are a patient, frugal, hard working people i but they practice abomnable vices, and Chinatown In tan l'rnncl$eo is probably the foulest iind'inoct oflVii?ivo spot on the Ameri can continent. Cood bye, John t Wl l 1 ) K 1'A 1 t TM KNT. AtUIITANT CKNKHAI.'.S Ol'KIC...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. Ily DOIITXN A WALLER. OREGON, MO THAU I V Till: Tlt.YCK. On the Viiclflc railroad n locomnllvc became tic tnclicil from tlio train and rtnrteit down grade. A telegram was rent Immediately, then another! 't has pmciI Uartlc Hock" Mutton. Ties were ltlcil across the track ami various other expcill nt reiorteil to, but In Miln, On, on It sped un til topped by tearing up the track. The poor Inebriate has started the grade, And how can wo keep him hack; Xo reaion on board nnd nothing to aid, Unless c tear up the track. Yon needn't send llashlne over the wire That we his speed should slack; Wo may pile our adtlcc. until wo tire, Unless we tear up the track. When sober he had a station of rest; A eatla or rock will now lack A refuge; on, on he goes with a zest Unless wo tear up the track. Tbo' murder, destruction, bo in his train, Ills Intellect dim with arrack Vi'v may reason and plead, but all In vain, Unless we tear up the track, . Thcnnp to the work and license put do...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER, Br leWTK A WAIMH. OREGON, MO FI.OWK.tl UAItURN. "Tho Atr.crloia Garden. Jn the garden were leisurely walking Brave Robin and Koxy the fair, And Robin, while walking: and talking, Twined roses In Itwy'a brown batr; BlMebudi and rosea all bluthtn?, With sprigs ot the tweet mignonette, "While the blood to their faces kept rushing When Robin's eyes Italy's eyes met. Jasmine, laburnum, and larkspur, Verbenas, deep-dyed and pale, day panstea and white valley lilies Heard love tell his stammering tale. While tho lovers kept walking and talking, Four eyes bent down to the ground, "Two hearts hd been lost, they discovered, And then discovered them found; Bat didn't know what to do with them Tho lost and found hcartt for awhile; 8o each plucked a new and fresh nosegay, And each gave the other a smile. Each a stem ot Forget-me-not gathered, And each said, "Oh, take and keep this!" Their vows thus exchanged with fresh fl owcrs, They sealed the exchange with a kiss, 'Fidelity, ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 24 June 1881

n ft ..-.-.-,- T?.-- .".t- - v.-PT.-.TrT". r,- '7'j . '" 'I rT WE ARE ALL GOING- TO M KS I To Celebrate the Nation's Birthday. s Everything is being done to make this the grandest celebration ever held in Holt County. The Program is complete in every particular. For FURTHER PARTICULARS SIEE POSTERS. THE COURT HOUSE. Tlio Injunction ' Tim jn.rnrlly Dli' liitiil r. Circuit Court adjourned Inst Saturday evening, and Judge Kelly took his de parture for Savannah on Saturdnynlght Tho only case of real Importance that occupied the attention of the court last week was tho much talked of Injunction caso It seems as lii'Mih cerliiiu oitl 70iw, who reside in the bottom and whoo name, we publish bulow, era ployed Judge (Jrttbb of St enjoin our county court from proceed in5 wiilt tliu An Evcnion of Music. Tor some time past tho musical daps In charge ot' Miss Lou Arnold has boon in training for a grand concert. Wo are able to announce that this concert will take place iu the M. K. church in this...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

.Win Knuclior UU !' i . (urm scute im taa cmurrv. ma r VOLUME XVII. INDEPENDENCE DAY 105th AT MAITLAND, MO. JULY 4th, 1881. The citizens of Maitiand extend to you, and all your family relations, a cordial in vitation to join with them in celebrating for their fist time the 1 0 5 tli anniversary of our Independence. We, as a People, in order to make your entertainment both profitable and entertaining, have spared neither time, pains or expense. If this is doubted, we ask you to read our Marshal of the Day, J. L. Grigsbj . Chaplain, Address of Welcome, Oregon Cornet Band Whig Valley lec Club. ORATORS', Hon. I. White, of Marj villc, Prof. 0. C. Hill, of Oregon. READI1TG- Declaration , of Independence, Win. A. Gardner. President of the Day, J. HI. Wiusch. Tho procession will form at tho Clinstlim church at 10:30 a. m., Honitod by tho Cornet band, an, will consist of Military Companies, (Jleo Clubs, Qfll cers of tho Day, Cltlzons, Fantnstios, uto., etc., etc. Tho procession will march th...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

THE COUNTY PAPER. II)- IMIIIVNK A WAl.l.Klt. OREGON, MO 'iiiiti'.i: wmii::v. Three women went falling out Into tlic street, To the brown-stone front where the rod ling hung, Thev Jostled the crowd nil day on their feet, While "going ami going and gone" was sung. For women must go where bargains ore had, And buy old trash, If ever so hud, And husband? must never he groaning. Three husbands, all hungry, went homeward to dine, But w hen they nrrhed there was nothing (o cat. Three women, nil crazy, and feeling so fine, Were gabbllngof bargans along on the street ; For women must talk of bargains they buy; And homes must suffer, and babies must cry, And husbands must ever be groaning. Three women were showing thclrhusbaiul'wlth glee Their bargains nt prices that never were lcat; Turcc husbands, nit starving and mad ns could l-o, Were toslng (he bargains out Into the street ; For men don't know when bargains nrc cheap, And women, jxior creatures, do nothing but weep, And husband must ever...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

f7" 47; THE COUNTY PAPER, By SOUTHS WALMI. OREGON, MO MIE MADE A MISTAKE. Bliss Jessamino had Just emerged yawDlng, from her bod-room, although the sun was five hours high and its aerry slg-asags or gold were penciling tho oascments, after a pattern which no artist nndcr heaven could hope to imi tate. And Kittle the colored maid who had sccomponed hor mistress from Mobllo, and regarded this northern climate as n very polar region, was attending hor -with chocolate, Vienna broad, and a broiled chicken's wing. Georgia Jessamino was on a visit to 1 cr father's cousin, Mrs. Uartloy. Ma jor .Toeph Jessamino, her fathor, had boon a well-to-do planter In Alabama before tho war, but was poor now, and Mrs. Dartlov's initiation to Georgia hnd been hailed with delight "1 only wish Bho had naked mo, too," said tho major. So Georgia Jassamino was supplied with an elegant wardrobo and sent north to seek her fortune Mrs. Dnrtloy was a rich widow, who lived in a handsomo houso, scattered lor money ...

Publication Title: County Paper, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The County paper. — 1 July 1881

Let The Cannons Roar! Grand Celebration at Forest City, Mo., When every one will celebrate the Nation's Birthday by buying oods of W. E. MINTQN, And the da)" will long be remembered by all who give him a call. There will be no brass bands, cheap display of calico flags, but' the low price at which I am selling goods will be the attraction for all. Tin: COUNTY PAPER, iiouvx.s. .t WAi.i.r.n. h:i:!un, mo. liulrroil nt Hip I'oilofllff tit Oii'iton, Mil, secmiit-ctoii matii't. Terms of Sttljsoiliittou: TWO 1)01,1, IKS A VKAIt IX AHVAN(X Kill DAY, JIT I A 1,1881. ItKlM'ltl.U'AX VITALITY. Tim Hupublicnn party has survived situations tuoru tlirentonltic: than any !OOt WOUK ATWAHllISU'l'ON. Will Id public attention Is cuuccutru ti'd upon Hid miserable squabble at Al bany nml thu efforts of (iinioi.ll Grunt ti roouo his political partner, Conklln, from tliu niiu ho lias brought upon Ills own head, it is well to remind tlm road. its njaln nml :,;atn tlial suniotlilii;; rise is jr.oinj'oii In (...

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