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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 July 1905

_/^ CONSTANT ACHING. Back aches all tho time. Spoils yom ?Pftttlti'. wwrto. gle body, worries tht mind. kidneys Msc it a11**aad#aur*H . Kidney JWoklW._ and euro lt. H. B. McCarvor. of 201 Cherry st., "Portland, Ore., in? spector of tn '.gilt fi.r the Trnns-Coii '?jnontn I Co., gath: "I nsed Donn's Kid? ney fills for back tate nnd other symptoms of kid? ney trouble which had annoyed rue for months. I think a cold wns rcsporsi ble for the whole_ trouble, lt seemed to settle in my kid? neys. Donn's Kidney .Mil. rooted it out. It is several months since I used them, nnd aa to7dntevbep_; hu* bweij ne recurrence of the trimble." Doan's Kidney Tills *_f<j lim sale by all dealers price 50 rents per l-ox. l"os ter-Milburn Co.. l'.ulT.sto N Y. Frightened by Degrees. In a small town of Kansas cot lon? aijnson^e In-liyJouais interested in Ran itary measuies engaged tho Eervlcei of a scientist from Chicago lo led un on bacteriology. In the audience wen a man and his wife, the gardener am hous...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1905

VOL. XXVII MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 21. 1805. NO. 20. STILL AFTER_RUSSIANS Jap's Operations ia Sakhalin and Northern Korea. RUSSIANS HOLD ONLY TWO POSITION. Believed They Are Concentrating for a Reso? lute Stand Against Japanese Advance Upon Vladivostok-Japanese Victory at Darline Now Assures Their Occopatloo oi Southern Sakhalin. Tokin (By Cable).?Reliable informa? tion has been received herc that the Rus? sian forces in Northern Korea have gradually been driven northward since last month, and now hold only two positions south of thc Tatnell River. Thc latest information from the front, however, reports the advance south of a large force 'from Vladivostok, but it is believed thc Russians will halt at Ne kicrsk, north of the Tumen, and con? centrate their forces to make a resolute Stand there against the Japanese ad? vanced The rainy season has set in in .Man? churia, and presents movements on a large scale. lt is officially announced that the Rus? sian center, holding D...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1905

Highland Recorder.'bj Terms, $1.00 a Tear in Advance. r Ikbaed everv Fridav evening bv KC- B. WOOD, JBSXTOZ* JL2T33 y\7?I-I?Iir:?. Entered at the Monterey postofflce as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, July 21, 1905 A New Line The Baltimore, Richmond, and other papers have lately had much to sav about the determination of the Vanderbilt's to build an outlet to deep water, via the Little Ka Dawna, Coal and Coke and the C. & 0. Since Highland lies immedi? ately between Elkins and the junc? tion spoken of with the C. & 0., the report is of interest to us, and we give below what* is said of the scheme by the Enterprise, publish fe ed at Elkins: I The Pittsburg Dispatch of yes? terday has the following to say re? garding the building of the railroad from Pittsburg.to theSeaboatd: ^^^^Pittsbttfg will secure a new out W ^I^Ho the Atlantic seaboard as a result of the Vanderbilt control of the Little Kanawha syndicate. Arrangements have already been made with former Senato...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1905

Highland Recorder E"-_ _JLOCA^NEWS PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends Aiul Acquaintances. L Mr. 0. Wilson and wife are at the Warm Sdrings. Mrs. A. W. Reynolds, of Prince? ton, West Va., la visiting her fath? er, T. B. Slaven, and other reHWeaJ Mrs. R. B. Campbell is spending this week with friends at Bartow. Capt. H. M. Mellhany and lady, of Staunton, spent several days in Highland, returning Tuesday. Mr. Petty, of Elk ton, who has been employed by V. B. Bishop & Co., has brought his family to Mon? terey. Misses Mollie and Puttie Man/v are this week visiting their sister Miss Clara, and other relatives in turn. Three easel of diphtheria are re? ported from Seldom Seen. The victims are children ot* Mr. Henry Siron. Attorney E. ll. McClintic will leave this week for Indian Territo? ry, and will be gone for some days. Mr ll C Stout, ?Principal of the Monterey High School for the put three session, has recently been elected instructor of Latin and Ma...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 July 1905

A VETERAN OF THE BLACK HAWK, MEXICAN AND THE CIVIL WARS. CAPT. W. W. JACKSON. Sufferings Were Protrw'el qjuL Revere ? Tri'd Every Known JZaMedy Without Re'i-f?Serious SIM)\W*H*Trouble Cured by Three Bettles oj A%runa CafTT W. W. Jackson, 705 G St., N. W , Washington, D. C., writs*: "I am eighty-three years oUi.fJf veteran nf the Black Hawk, Mexican and the (\\i\ Wars. I am bv profession A physi? cian, but abandoned the same. "Some years ag i I was seriously affected wtthralarrh of the stomach. t'f \ i stifle ringa were protracted and .?. ve''e. I tried ellery known remedy ictnout obtaining relief. In desperation I began the u%e of our Peruna. I began to realize Immediate though gra<ltial improve? ment. "After the use of three bottles every appearance-of my complaint was removed, and I have no hesitation in recommend it as an infallible remedy for that dig _ acLsortr' rdn*a JD/ S.^B. Hartman, President The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, t>hio. * t ?V Concentra'ed MAWK. rab Orcha...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVIT MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JULY 28. 1905. NO. 27. THE BOILERSJERE lil Reported Leaking Jost Before the Yes sel Was Blown Up. SAN DIEGO HOSPITALS ARE FILLED The Dead Given i Military Burial Sunda; Afternoon at Point Loma-lhe Doctor and Nurtes Worked all Night at Hoi plt?ls?Fifteen Bodies Believed to Be li the Hold ot the Vessel. San Diego, Cal. (Special).?That th boilers of thc United States gunboa Bennington, which was blown up Frida; were known to be weak was stated b; surviving members of the crew. The followng is the gunboat Benning ton's casualty summary. Total known dead, 60. Bodies recovered, 49. Bodies in ship compartment, 7. Missing (may be drowned), 15. Severely injured, 50. Probably fatally injured, 6. Probable ultimate total number 0 dead, 8iw^?? -. "yWier of men arc still missine usSaW^ these may be dead, and prob ra dozen of the injured will die 0 wounds. Fireman E. G. Hopp made the firs definite >tatement regarding the cause 0 the a...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year tn Advance. k Issued eYerr Friday (Teaing-bv K. B. WOOD, Entered at the Monterey postofflce as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, July 28, 1905 Virginia Farmers Meet More than five hundred farmers attended the Virginia State Farm? ers' Institute in Roanoke on the 12, 13 and 14of July. The first two days of the institute were indeed gloomy, hut the bad weather did ftbt detract from the enthusiasm of those present, and the closest at? tention was given to the excellent addresses provided. Mr T B Terry's discussion of the improvement of the soil was unus? ually instructive, as that is one of the great questions in which our farmers are particularly interested. The question of immigration and industrial development was hand? led by Mr F H La Bau me of the Norfolk & Western R R., and it was suggested that the next Legis? lature be memorialized to provide a fund for the purpose of establish? ing immigration agencies in North ftt^ Bflrope...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home Volks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. M I U \\ d li i) ii n % Mr John S Wallace, of the Hack Creek valley, was in the yillage Wednesday. Miss Mary Slaven, after a pleas-1 ant visit to Marlinton, returned)' home last week accompanied by Miss Lillian Patteison, who will spend some time with Meadow Dale friends. Mr Tobe McClintic, of Jacksons River, came np Tuesday to meet his mother, Mrs Mary McClintic, who has been vUitiug her daugh? ter, Mrs W P Campbell, of Augusta The initial steps have been taken toward the erection of a new school house for the Woods-Terry settle? ment. The site selected is near the old Doyle shop, above Mr H H Terry's. Mr Charles P .Jones, Jr., of Cov? ington, is on a visit to the home of hie parents at Monterey. I will (D V) preach in the Pres? byterian church. Monterey, next ' Sabbath. Julv 80, at ll a. m. and 8 p. m. ? W S Trimble The BUttnlon Horse Show will be held Ayg. 8, 9, and...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 July 1905

IDS NATURE'S WORK "fEQT OF ACETYLENE RAYS ON ^GROWTH OF PLANTS. \ ???? Orow to Tv |0e Actual Weight of Those exposed to 8unll*l,t Only - Latest Victory For This New and Beautiful IlluoVaant. ?experiments recently made at Cornell University prove that the beau? tiful rays from the gas, acetylene, are Vhs effective as sunlight on the growth fcf plants, and this may soon become a *urjeet for serious consideration by all progressive cultivators of the soil. The results of the experiments are astonishing, Inasmuch ns they show conclusively the great increase of crowtb attained by supplementing ?Thc Light of Nature" with "The Light of Acetylene" during lue Lours In which the plants would otherwise he in darkness. For instance, a certain number of radiata plants subjected to acetylene light during the night grew lo twice the actual weight of thc same number of radishes given daylight only. ?ill other conditions hoing equal, and peta had blossompd and partially ma? tured pods with Hie help ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1905

RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 4. 1905. NO. 28. 6 mia by utBiNiNi Fife Stricken By One Bolt at Coney Island. MANY BADU BURNED AND SHOCKED. While the Storm Was at Its llel_h! There Wai a Terrific Flash of U|ht ??Of, Which Struck a Flagpole About Which Were a Number of People?Caused Terror Along the Beach. New York (Special).?A series of thunderstorms of terrific violence swept over Greater New York Sunday. Light? ning struck in many places and a num? ber of people were killed by the bolts. At Coney Island a particularly heavy bolt descended in the midst of scores of bathers and sight-seers, and the vic? tims numbered nearly twoscore. Five people were killed outright, and 28 were injured, all of them being knocked senseless. Eight of those rendered un? conscious were seriously hurt and had to be removed to the hospital. The storm struck Cauey. Uland about 4.30 P. M. Thor^tTouds were so dense that it |cen_.c_* as though darkness was aboitf to ml. The lightn...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued .Terv Friday evening by H. B. WOO.D, A.-t*rx5 *-"*o*jai_ia_-?x:r?. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 4, 1905 At Coney Island, last Sunday there was a caunonadiugot "Amer? ican forces,'" the American flag was ?'insulted" and seyeral of her citi? zens fell, yet our great "world power" stood in silence, offering no resistance and demanding neither apology nor explanation. While hundreds of men. women aud children were seekiug relief from the intense heat in Parkway Baths, a terrifiic storm came up, a tall flagstaff was struck by light? ning, tha "color*." torn to ribbons aud the bolt grounded in the very thickest of the crowd. Five were killed outright and more than fifty were injured. The individual ia often brought face to face with evidences of his jep_a__<fenc_r' and reminders of his frailties, aud this "mutilation" of our nation's flag, by the artillery of Heaven, very...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1905

Highland Recokdek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL lirief Items of Interest to Home Volks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mrs J A Whitelaw md little daughter, Elizabeth, are visiting the former's patents in Staunton. Mr Albert G Hall, Mr and Mrs Harry Davenport, of New York City, are guests of Mr V R Bishop, who is a relative. Miss Marv Stephenson, daugh? ter of the late A T Stephenson and now fi trained nurse in the Univer? sity of Pennsylvania Hospital, Phil? adelphia, came to Highland last Satin day for a vacation. She is nt the home of her uucle, Mr L ll Stephenson. During the past week there has been quite an exodus of visitors from Monterey. We note the fol? lowing: Messrs Smith and Jones, "who have been guests of Mr and Mrs C P Jones, Miss Daisy La Compte. Mrs AW Reynolds, Mrs . Beveroge and McNeslaud. Mr Robert Whitelaw, of the Hightown valley, and Miss Lucy Wiley, daughter of Mr J C Wiley, of Bartow, we.r; married lust Sun? day at Arbor f?le. Mrs J-yia Haines, of Tennessee, ????...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 August 1905

MISS ELLA OFF, Indianapolis, Ind. Pe-ni^Ta, the Remedy That Cured M'?s Ella Off, 1127 Linden St., Indian aptAis, Ind., writes: "I snifercd with a run down con? n-it ul inn for seveial months, and fra red that I would hare to give up .??!/ a'ork. "On seeking the advice of a physi? cian, he prescribed a tonic. 1 found, loit'-cer, thal it did me no good. On rrklnq the adrtcc of our druggist, \e asked me to try Peruna. In a ftc weeks I began to feel and a ct like [different person. My appetite iti \eased, I did not have that worn \t feeling, and I could sleep sj,h yi? lly. In a couple of months I was 'frcty recovered. I thank you for \t i/'________."""**"'nr has done for Dr. Hartman, President of The rTffman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, for frfp medical advice. All correspondence ield strictly confidential. J56_-.CRAB RCHARD WATER IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR Dyspepsia Sick Headache Constipation... 3 r*<0-lver, oures Biliousness, Stomaoh, Irregularities of tho Bowels. t\ NATURAL^>ro0uot, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1905

/ ^1jIMi .-?.-.,. n-..r- i ..;???....r. ir.... ...i..w. .>. ?.? i m**+m ..-???>*.?? .:? ????????.?ft?t>mM,m<mmmii\tmmmm* M ???WHm^ WK ? fm ? VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND ^COUNTY, VA. AJJ&UST- IL 1905. r. I ! 7_ '. ?? ' " ' ' " rfftuisoq y;n>Jno?V .?.JJ J? J>??Jfi3L^ gin_jiu''i ' >_"._,^'limUflE 1? THEY MEET AS FRIENDS Impressive Introduction of Peace En? voys By President Roosevelt GIVEN GRAND BUFFET LUNCHEON. Pomp and Ceremony Observed, Yet There Wu Characteristic American Simplicity and Pfaokoeii-Elabonte Decoration! ot Flow erg. Flags Beiaf Omitted to ii Not to Invite Of feme to Either Porty. Preiideot Rooicveli'i Tout. "Gentlemen: I propose a toast to which there will be no answer and to which I ask you in silence, standing. I drink to the welfare and prosperity of the sovereigns and people of the great nations whose representa? tives have met one another on this ship. It is my most earnest hope and prayer, in the interest of not only these two great p...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1905

' HiGHiiAND Recorder, o /_ / Terms, $1.00 a Tear in Advance. Issued ererv Frldav erenlngbt K. B. WOOD, SSSZTOlt JLXT& rv?L,iaKE?. Catered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. ll, 1905 Mountain dirts Go Like Hot Cakes A Washington Post correspon? dent says: Unman ied women are scarce in the Virginia mountains. Ju a summer sojourn in a moun? tain county of old Virginia a tour? ist made the acquaintance of fully V.HJaMH^LS and found but one ikoU\mm* and she was "talkiu\" To "talk," in mountain vernacular, mean "to pay court or to accept it." Girls begin to "talk" at 13?even 12, in localities far removed from the railroads. The little maid leaves off her red calico "sleeve apron," the "head band" that has held back her loose hair, puts her hair in a big knob on the back of her head and lets her dress down all advertisements of readiness for marriage. The above production is taken from one-of our Virginia exchanges, 'gave it publicity without...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1905

HlGHLAlfD ReCOKDE* _LOCAL NEWS, PERSONAL flrief Items of Interest to Hom Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. # Mr Ben Hiner, of McDowell, wa in town Monday. The crop of berries proves not t be so immense, after all. American Lady Corsets for sal by V ii Bishop & Co. Mr Collingwood Dickson and tw little boys, of Tri ni We, spent Sun day with Monterey friends. Mr T FT Slaven, one of the ole esk residents of the village, hu been sick tlajp week. Mrs H P Patterson and littl daughter, Janet, are enjoying i two-weeks' stay afc Bolar Springs Mr E H McClintic returned Wed nesday evening from the West, am is much pleased with the country Uncle Billie Russel, one of og most genial traveling men. was guest at the Commercial Monda night. Monterey has had her annua affliction in the form of the Italiai bag-pipe duet and the indispensa ble monkey. Mr ,1 Cliff Matheny and wit*. went east on Saturday morning Before returning they will yisi Washington. Mrs P Edgar Hull, of Eureka Kansas...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 August 1905

r i ii sawn-ian TWENTY YEARS OF IT. Emaciated by Diabetes,; Tort a rod With Gr??el ,?nd Kidney Vain*. Henry Soule, Cofrbler, of Hammonds? port, N* $*, U|y|:rtineif *$>o}$'| jg,^ ney Pills cured me eight years ago,* I've reached sev? enty and hope to live many years langer. But twenty yours ago 1 had '-Hdswy- trouble so l>ad I, ;.<??<uld not Work, Backache (Was persistent and it was agony to lift anything. ' (Jravel, whirling benda cites, dizziness and ter? rible urinary disorders ran me down from lt>8 to KIO pounds. Doctors told me I bad dianas and eould not live. I was wretcherfvniiri |<,n;,.| *s when I began using Donn's Kidney Tills, but they cured nie eight years ago and I've bean woi^ eur shu-e." ( cents per box. 00 Record In Golden Weddings. A unique record is claimed by Slr Henry and Lady Bemrose, who recent? ly celebrated their golden wedding, and were in ;hpjvor of that event pre? sented with a handsome silver rose vase by the children and staff of th8 Der...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 August 1905

RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 25. 1905. NO. 3 FOR A FINAL STRUfiftLE fte Deadlock in the Peace Nego? tiations. SEVEN ARTICLES ARE SETTLED. Protocol* Will Be Drawn Up Preparatory fer the Qreat Cootes!. Which May Bc Terminated by a Ruptare or a Compromise Should Outside Influence* Be Effectlve PresWeat Roosevelt, Way Try to Prereal Fallare. Portsmouth, N. H. (Special).?The substance and present status of the Jap? anese terms are as follows: 1. Russia's recognition of Japan's 'preponderant influence" in Korea, with her right to preserve order in the civil administration, give military and finan? cial advice to the Emperor cf Korea, Japan binding herself to observe the territorial integrity of Korea and (it is believed) the policy of the "open door." Accepted. 2. Mutual obligation to evacuate Man? churia. Accepted. 3- Japanese obligations to restore in Manchuria Chinese sovereignty and civil administration. Accepted. 4- Mumal obligation to respect in the fu...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 August 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $100 a Year in Advance. Issued crcrr Friday eTculiitfby H. B. WOOD, jtsrrox jlitss a?xraai-x?jxx:i?. Entared at the Monterey postofflce a8 second class matter. Wi is Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 25, 1905 r ? as*; A Suggestion Mr. Editor:?I am glad to hear that a inoycmeut is on foot to com? plete the Monterey High School building. The effort ia timely, and should meet with a hearty response. ? Ajk.busitie'8s~~irien aud citizens generally we ought to meet these questions of public improvement in a business like, practical wuy, and, if we will allow the personal benefits and advantages to be the measure of our liberality, this emer? gency can be met, and the success of our school assured. In the first place we are con? fronted by these facts and condi? tions: There are no public funds todo,ihis work, and, until it is ou^, a school such as we need, and such as the new priucipal proposes to establish, cannot be run. The cost of fiuishing the remaining rooms is r...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 August 1905

Highland Kecokdek local news. PERSONAL Hrlef Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Margie Jones mid biother, Mr Hubert, ure visiting in Augusta "Listen for the wedding bells." Miss Sudso Stephenson is at the home of her brother, Mr L II Steph? enson, Monterey. Mr L A Carichoff left on Thurs? day morning for the Valley of Vir? ginia to visit a brother who is very ill. y Hey Mr Beery and family re? turned from their vacation on Wed? nesday evening. The hotel registers show an un? usual number of visitors io the village this week. Miss Willa Hamilton, of Augus? ta, on Tuesday evening, came to Mrs W S Trimble's at which place her sister is visiting. She was ac ? companied by Mr Will Norton, of St tunton. Uev W VV Carson spent a part of the week in town and county in the interests of the Monterey school. ? From a card directing a change in address, we infer that Mrs H M Patterson, who had moved to Char? lottesville, has returned to Staun? ton. We are...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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