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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 February 1884

FATE VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. FEliRUAUV 10. 1881. NUMBER :i7, A H.ILT.AD OF Till-: SEVEN' 1'EKx Tii ( 'Esn i: r. Tin: li m.i l.ui: int. tiik YOf.VC ; M.I.AN r TKAIMX'n. A ynunjr 111:111 .li 1 untu Tli-Doctor's skill Tras li'-rii uooucf oonov likewise nlih her I.ut ,,n t(.,i , tryM; much that ,.,o u-.i-.Thi- Hoi-tor lie set her ''iil. Tonuii- m Ihe run. I. nt uliciitht-y !jth in .-he Clutter- nn-,v-..iinl niariuj.-,. luimi nev er will liaveilone. "1. To n .Vow Tune, callM "llntti. .intii. iIiiiii: i)r, I voiiiil I were in my ow n Country." etc. J.irt u'il M)i. Ilnlu'-l arcinniiij tn Out.-. Jul you tint .;ns .ilousr, 'iv" o.ir unto mv njr, CMii-trniio,- :i jouih that misjoiiiiir. vnini?, young; Ami of n 3!.ti!un Inir row vitli hiT mislii compare, lint alack, jiii.l nl.i-. -Intern dumb, di.mU, dnhtb, ho was beauteous, fro-h anl pny, I.iko I ho 'Iea-,iiii HimiT' in May, -ii'i hcroln-eks wcrea- romrl as :i plum, pliiin. plum; Shi- was neat in ncry part, -nl kIm; t.tl it...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 February 1884

TT-TE A Hi A. Y. . Kl LLEE II A 1101 A), Editor. ATUIUAV. FKIJUUAItY Kill. 135. " Xorlh Carolina has only 2,000 itiliab- Hants of foreign birth. Candidates for Governor arc becom - ing more numerous than blackberries inAu-'ii-t. The Hannibal Printing Company, the largest legal blank establishment in tin: state, ha failed. The Mate is now only about $l.00O, 000 in debt, and her bonds command a premium of over 2"i per cent. Frank Harris at the helm of the I'o-to-i Independent means that that pa per will give Clardy a wide berth. The Ohio river is on a tremendous boom and such high water along its entire length was never known before. We like sweet ro-cs and Mowers of all sorts, and we are iiiit: di-posed to cultivate the Ko-i(well) Flower, of Xew York. It is a cold dav when Ihe Frederick towi' I'laindealer fails to get in almost for Cox lor auditor. Keep ll up, Oil ; ou are doing noblv. The Republicans hold their .slate convention oil the llth of April. In this cast: the early bird is...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 February 1884

THE FAIR PLAY - VALLEE IIAIIOLD, PubUahcr. The Cone Mills shut down on Tuesday. No wheat. The Fa lit Play isagainthe official organ of the county. The name of John Carron will hereafter adorn our Hloomsdale list. This week the Cone Mills shipped 1,250 sacks of flour to Loudon, Eng land. I. X. Laltosc. also of the village of liloonisdale. invested $1 in the Fair 1'i.ay yesterday. Our young friend, Huzz More.iu, put up tl yesterday for the Fair Plav for an other year. Miss Eva Itozier orders the Fair Flay sent to her sister, Mr-. Athala Miller, 1'rovideuc, It. I. There is more travel between here and St. Louis than between any other river town and the same city. 'Hie steamer W. P. Halliday burn ed to the waterV edge, at the St. Louis wharf, on Monday morning la-t. The county court has appropriated -5600 for repairs to br made ot the up per Saline and Itivcraux Vases bridge cs. Charlie Joker-l. ol Itozier & Jo-kori-t, wa- in St. Louis for several days of this week, buying goods for...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 16 February 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. A frno -iivin-r: "When I HiI 1I, 1 hehrd'it npver; Whenl lid'fll,",I heard li-rs: I.uil!'--. :trj ro'inc-ted l l:iKe on thrie bonnet-.-' A Minn;; man of Ircilrll, Te., wait ing inipaliiyiily fur.n loiter from liis ..uccllic.-utr rcW'hfd :m invitation to nttiiiid Iht v.i'ildin-. Fifty million-, of people in tliis country use. on an ax cr:i;r". live 111:1 tubus per day. 'J'liis makes tf7.".00U a day lor matches., or $J7,:7.ri,(h a year. "Your father U entirely liald now, iMi't lie?'' -aid an Austin man to the son of a iiiiUioiiuire. Yci,' replied the oiith,;s:ullv, "I'iii the only heir he has "left" T.Jit.- Sitin; . Dr. ISIi-i has over 7.000 liners re ceived him i!uriii; the eiiny,da -hchndjeharg- of ilieVotiiidi d Garfield, all ofi ttfeiu .bririirinjr snesiions-aiid Mime thanr I i:ij-ia; tbroiits of'viu-lejieeJL-X ;'. Tritnimi :- j The hrinKaeof Tulare Lake. Cal., uneoveri-d . a prrliKtorir -ettlcment, j-tonr; lmiliiiiitr--. trace- of canals once hindered wish tree-, a...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 March 1884

PLA1 7 VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. MARC H I. 18!. Nl'M WvAl :w. A II v a in A'OIT CAT, AViAT 77.VK. "I flmamfil that wen- lovers still, Anicri'l'T ii we usi-l to Im. WIh-ii ! f.rouylit von thcil.iiroilil. Ami you lookiii upainl mhiIcJ .it nn." "Triii.- sweetheart- Mere ve 1 ht-ii iii'li-eJ. When youth whs luiildiiur into hlnoin; Hut n(iw tlie llourr.- tflp irono to cl. Ami Imnr have luff no perfume" "II u)fc yon c vor, oyer, will T.iie mrli a eroiilieu i:vv of thins?, Di'-tortiiw this ami that, until outiibioii ends in en iliiiK." ,4llrr:nroy(iu r.f cr, lif-v-Or w ill r'it'iTf tin: fore; ol what I say: Ah il' 1 iilviivK riMan.Hl ill Uuou'h to lake- one's bicalh aw.t 1" llitt what if riper loverPpta'T Tin vi-mii that rii-lmntrjl inc. Wlirn all you iliil wa- jf -ifcrt ;:rnco. Ami all you mtloily r" "An.l what if loyal heart renew Tin iiuaui'. n'j it ijiiiu loicironis, 0tiiliiiifii-v a of yore, in ou A Samorianil a'SoIomon'" "Thru to tin- Im c7cs w ill I loss Tin- -Ii ,r...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 March 1884
Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 March 1884
Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 1 March 1884

Amenities of Landlords. An interesting case illustrating the importance' to property "owners, as,well as to otbcrclii'c? of citizens, of olerv- mi. "tho do-aO'ou-wouldje-ttoafiRy rule: occurred n few days ao. In a nnv til dwellin-hoii-es in tun. upper part of this city three contiguous lmild injjs, owned by as many persons, re ceived their water .supply through a Millie lialf-illell pipe etintieeliil with the main on the opposite vide of the street, wliieh is one hundred let wide. They were old dneljins and tin pipe had been thu connected main years an, and before :m of the present owners had come into po-.s.sion. N'o one of tlie three knew into which liou'-e this pipe entered, from wliieh ran con neetin4; pipes liv'ininjr portions of the water supply toMlie other houses. Nor could this lie ascertained without di"; ;in in the fro.en ground. One niohiinjj aliotit a week a-jo it Middi-nlv and Fiintilt:im-oiis hapfiened to the tenants of tin: house in iie-tion that tliey coulil not dra...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1884

4 FAIE PLAY. VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO., SATURDAY, MARCH S, 1884. NUMBER 10. THE TAL1S.VAX AXD THE LEECH. I wn a lovely lady that on ln-r ick-lxil lav; It was ler lordly lover spurred for tlie leech HHly, Am met upon the liiirliwny, cmuclic I on tlie eolil liaid stone, A ithcrcd white-haired ln-;r(?ar that made for alms lier moaii. The lordly lover east Iht Ms purse from saddle- IjW. "My love i lying dyinir.Hnd for the l eeli I ii. Would tliat tiki.- r-kilirntc-st ol all anions them j l could know-:- in y oimer 1:11 r;r !ivs!ciaiisa uianvarc. I tiiev: "Take tills;" the crone, iipolartlnir. placed on hi hund a riuir Of dull ami tarui-hed copper, a nieati and liat tcuil thins. "Wear IhK and when thou rid-t up to thi ll cell's door. See for thy-clf what company of Riiits doth Kland before." And I efore the luiiuht could thank her she v.oii.-ln-d ipiile away. And there was iiauiriit hut a wee l.ron hird sitting upon tin- tpray: And th- Ihrht hearted lo eronwanl he spurred hi- cours...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1884

erinx it iuiuclf said : -'A IIosC- uc a very niiiiro,nate tainpiiijju song well miilI! a- -wcet by any other name." J for Col. Bob's follower, and, to inter- ( Uut, Ia injj all tlti- niiuiiinij business ject an opinion, it looks very much as aside, we are retillv of the opinion, though they would get there on the, that failing the in;iii:iai!:i-' .if the old VALLEE JIAHOLI), Editor. S.VIL'KDAY. MMtCIItjTH. ISS4. GOOD BVE, S WEETH E A RT ! To-day, after an occupancy- of three day of the -tate convention. The Phelps organs are never tired year ", .. ... , ' , ot stating the faet that the old man will I , and three months, I step down! . cced. He coml ticket, Cou;;re-iiiiiu Flower would make a very ereditablc presidential candidate aiid one ijuitc likely to suc- from tha editorial chair of the Faik. I'i.av, take tip my hat and pas out to make room for Hcnrv S. Shaw, E-j., wlr will succeed me as the editor and proprietor of the paper. In la aidc the pen it is only meet and right that uu...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1884

THE FAIR PLAY VA I.LEE II AHOLD, Publisher. Fair l?lay Things. No daily mail from Friday to Tues day. The river has been full of ice ail week, and fulling. The Elliot failed to conn: out ou her regular trip, this week. Eleven new subscribers aud yet we are not happy we want more. St. Marv will furnish a candidate lor theletfislatttre the coming election. A Folid, treacherous coating of sleet covered the ground Wednesday. Evanste Valle, of Georgetown. Colorado tends a renewal of his sub scription. Mis Meiuie Moreau, who has been spending the winter in St. Loui, is home again. DIED: Ou Monday. March 3rd, 188t, Caroline, wifeot William Calhot, aged about twenty year?. ISOKX: On Saturday, March 1st, 18.3:1, to the wife of Amlrew Gra-s, of ltloouisdalc, a boy. Will Leavenworth is back home Iroin St. Louis where he has been at tending a medical college. Next Monday, llcnrv Siebertwill again take his old position behind Hosier & Jokersta counters. Mr. Henry ISruiger paid us the proper ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 8 March 1884

- MISCELLANEOUS. A Texas prophet declares that will 'l)ri-tle:iinl groan with IN:iter." Scientist'! have di-L-overcil that a man's linger nails grow much morn rapidly than IiN toe nails. Tliis-start-ling :fieee of information clears the human mind of a darkened mist.- -.-ir-kaifu.s Tntccli r. J he life of a Keiituekian has been slioitened by tobacco. A hogshead of the .veed fell on him and em-died him out at symmetrical proportions. It can not he denied that tobacco in large iiia::titics is injurious. Arkansmo Iruvciicr. In the Engliih Ifouwj of Common1! forty members are neeesarv to make a tiiiorum: in the Moum of Lords only tiiree are retiuired, and freiiuently in "one night measures affecting lives anil pronertv are passed tlirongh two read ings by three old gentlemen in a gilded room. .V. . tines. The inventory of the (Mate of the late Mr. Coates of l'ergnlie, a well known Scotch miilionaire, was lodged with the authorities at I'ai.sley on l'ri day. The personal estate amounts t...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1884

'3J. . FAIR VOLUME xir. STE. GENEVIEVE. 310., SATURDAY, MAlK'ir l. 1881. MMF,ER II. 7.705.! I'AUllAXI). in the lat of thc-e Centennial ilmf, Irf-t nic sai-r a son:r lo jt uoitl.ur I'UliM: I low slii- pMniii hcisclf hi that tuiiuol strife, vvorthyoi lieiinrn patriot's- wife. A little uouiiui -he vrs not oun;r. Hut rclily it wit uii l iiioK of tongue: )!:' ot tin; kiwi ol which Solomon iM: i-ettuer tli"ir pi icv above rubies ami iiolil. A iii'Mimry hr.iveclinsf- aniiim! her name: ' was l!l'"I.i Ini-raml, iiiul win thy o! lame thoilKli se:trcesiie.ie.lineil 't v.oulil lie unveil in rh mi's, . Ill the-o her jrranj daughter-. il.ni(.-h!i'r' times. Ju-t out of the clamor of war's alarm?. 1-iy in tr.uiiuiliiii-i the .leisey l.riu-: AnJ all ol the iitiiliK'i'iii lurn ami shot Jly tin- InJ- ami mil wu- liai wtcil. 1 or the v iikis ut winter with storm ami chill Swept lmtcrlyovcrc.nhhVI.I anl lull. IIit Im-timi'l w.is with tli.' armv, au l she W.i-leu on tH. infill at l'ar-ipaii. Vlic:i s),. ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1884

JfK.XIlV S. SNA ', Editor. - sa .. " - ..- ..- In .Tsumiii" the iiinimsroimiit r,f the columns and policy cf the FaiuI'i.a v. I am not unmindful or therc-ponsifoli- ly, tact and ability required tosuc es- fully edit even "a country paper." I doubt HIV abilifv fu fiiiltiill the prom- 1 Up an .rrm-pfnllv lnndn for me liv mv predecessor, Mr. Harold, and especial- Ivdol feel that it will be a serious ta-k to briuj,' into this jotinial's future inunagetncut. the vigor, fire and ener gy, with which his love tor his work inspired hitn. Yet I ran say that I will do my best and will put my best efforts into my work, hav ing ever in view the prosperity ami interest of my county, my patrons find my journal. Ittit unaided I can not succeed, I cannot do all ; the pub' lie must do its share aud by its pat ron age and sympathy aid in the work The larger the patronage the better the work can be done, for by that only can the means necessary for the life of the paper be procured. That the paper will...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1884

, Jt I -i 4 THE FAIR PLAY JOIIX LA CHAXCK, Publisher. Fair Play Tilings. George Scxaucr made a Hying vis - it to the Future Great, last week. AV'e ob-eneb the familiar face of Dr. liynio in town last Sunday. Judge Griffith, of N"cw Tenno.-eo, in attendance on the Probate Court. Augn-t Griffith w is-iu town this ;,, as,,it and battery by l'rice , frisky little, burg are almo-t imp a-a-week. and swelled our treasury ju.-t ; Ditch, before 'Squire Diitton, but wa- ble. "L" ,!o"Rr- I ,,ot S"-v wllkh wuuW ,,av'-lae" ,,u- j Vallee Harold, Harrv Shaw ami oil.- -Joel Law-, Saline town-hip. bo-s ' motMratcd. had the prosecutor gone to w note(l eUUvni wf .,;.;,., t;t,nc. black-.i.ith, honored 11, with hi? pre- trial. "O. lis" commun.cat.ou will vievc were down la-l week, and -eem-em e last Monday, j explain everything. ei, Mirjiri-ed at the increa-e of our Mike Drury, ltloom-dale's chani pion farmer was in town during the early part of the weeek. The Patterson boys d Xew Ten-nc-s-ee, brought $...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 15 March 1884

MISCEI.I.AXEOUS. A larc llinl arrow head was found finulv imbciWeil in the back of :i whalo cajilurci off San Diego the other day. Cliicwjo Jkmll. The compilers of the Australian ten uis re, tort that Ati-tralia could furnish J50.00') men from twenty to forty, ca pable of bearing arm. The meanest man in the Tinted State-, live- in lVnn-ylvania. Ills wife liit him with a rolling pin, and he had her arrested for stealing wood. - X. Y. lkrabl. In a recent parade at Hartford one of the drum-majors gracefully tosed his Mick over an electric lamp wire, thirtvfeet from the ground, ami caught it when it came down without losing Htep or jostling his lordly hearing. IlnrlforJ 1'oil. The man who started the re-tan-rant in i'aris at which a workingman can get a good dinner for half a franc is M? Kuel. He bc;raii life by selling matches, and later on became the largest matiufa-turerof them in Trance. His wealth is e.-timated at S.I.WO.OJi) francs (.-5,000,000). The diamond is said to lie an anti...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1884

"' V7 71 PLAY VOLUME XII. STE. GENEVIEVE. MO.. SATURDAY. MAKCII 22. 1881. NUMBER. 12. T j m m JD JiL 1 XV nun havpiei: lot. To that tr:iiisre city wi Hi') hlll- ;!) ,"art hy its;;re.u H irnnv lei mn cn-viiij.. that no l.mti ..nil,! still. '-.UIIC, IllJ ilt 1.1 II.J'.VIT- to tears tn fh. -irc.i I. I.". In th.it city -tr.tn; iin.l l.iir. W lm n-tlul ii.ilhi t.Ml.cy I tro.I. Lay liken I.If:.iii2TwrvIiiT.-. ii t-h.nl.-il sini't ami flow. r-sicwii .!, riif c:icc ,f (iinl. -tiir. the. river, like a thie-i.I Of filler, .. . u i I. jinti tardier down l-av IIi'l.U th.it lm.l l-cn h:irvctc.t: -ui.lautiin.il rel, K'.Maii'l l.ruwii. iiadi! earth a cron u. -An. further still, a city uherc Mvn Koalxiiit with siniliimcyes Tne hilo their -iml'-an-ai Inn l-n-ti'i r; Ami iiiiiu?l.l moans an.t son;: an 1 -i;hs Vixmi Mic I i - rise. il in lliatcity.lown I..-I..1V -Men ii. it.; ihf j i.-M uf t-ll.m jrrain. Ami waK-h Ihi' Mherv Mrc.itn. iin.t know That l.liht in l.looin, or ri-e nr wav e, Myan-i Joss or ...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1884

THE FAIR PLAY. HEX it r s. sir A V. Julitor. MATUKDAr. SIAKCII-'JXH. ISS1. Tlic State Hoard of Health, of New Jersey hB becu examining the beer made in that stale. They report that they find nothing iu it not usual to beer; that U, uothiu; but hops and limit. Wonder if they found any 'drunk" in it ? Perhaps though, thai h "usual" to it. l'renti? Tiller the Pacific Express robber. wa captured in Milwaukee on the l'JIh, bv Hccident. His Hatchel bur.-t in a trunk maker's cstablUhtrciit and revealed the 'swas" lo a elerk in the hotic, who reported the farts to the police. He denies having any con federates in the robbery. One by one our idols fall ; :i newspaper reporter discovered Dietrich and a trunk store clerk, Tiller, while the detective were on a Jwild goose chase" in both cases, The epidemic of bank defalcations ao prcraleut a few years ago, has uot subsided yet. 'Frederick Johu Dietrich the trusted teller of the Laclede Hank iu St. Louie, wa discovered, last week, toJbcSO.OOOsho...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1884

X 45 S THE FAIR PLAY JOHN LA C1IAXCL. Publisher Fair TPlav Things. Judge Joliu L. Bosfy went up to Louis last Wednesday. Mr. Kflar F. Shaw, of Louis, is here viitiu;j relative. Go to Leou .1 ok erst "s for freh pickled tripe. Try s,ome for lunch. Mr. W. D. Piltinau is back from St. Louis and cau be found at in-, shop on Main street. A number off-mall Iiou-es and shops have lately been ereeteil oh the Little Hock road. Fre-h beer, pure wine-and liquor always on tap at Leon Joker-t's L'nion Hall Saloon. George Sexaucr received a con- f-ignment of tifteen barrels of Ander- on whiskey thi- week. Miss Hattie Allen, ol Mine la j Motto, is in town, stopping with her j sister, Mrs. Charles F. Hoy. C37"Anybody wishing to purcha-e a large second-hand cooking stove will do well bv applying at this ollice, The Progressive Cornet Hand s-er-liaded Prof. Flyim. last Mondav even ing, in honor of St. Patrick's da v. Keal W'ehner & Son's advertise ment in this is-ue. That is the place buy the che...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fair play. — 22 March 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. A X:w. York fu:ii:ile, whose do lost an -ye iti n lipht with a c:it. cm ployed :i"ii occulist to put n glass eye in the place of tiie. member that !i:nl been clawed out. X J'. Oni),'iir. IVrc Hvac:iitlie, wliih; -peaking in New Orleans recently, -a:l that "bvtli!j cc-.iim of Louisiana to the I'liitoil State-, ami KiifrJ:itnl. tin- death vv. ratil of a groat French empire iti America was signed. 1 would almost call thisa eriine." .V. V. l'ir,n,i(w. An advertisement from th! ngonv column of tin- London Stuwlanl: "Found in I'.ill Mall a pur.e containing money. Owner ean have it by applying to H.F. Wakelicld. Chisvvick. on pay ment of advcrti-eiiient and giving de scription. If n.it claimed within a week the money will be spent and the pur-e. given to the poor.'" Over K.fjoiJ plants are in the White. House Conservatory proper, and Il'.'iO-J more are kept in the various ho!-hou-os. This collection includes plants from every quarter of the globe, and it costs .",' HK) per v...

Publication Title: Fair Play
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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