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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

r r : Mdep meet Vol.. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COl'NTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 18 m a Week!y Semnm er COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE. lit till New Ktrsidrliee of .lohn YV. Hough Ion Nuu Almost iuiletrl on Walnut lreet--. nltaiitiiil Atlt'ilioii t IM uioulli'- Improve menu. The new residence of John W. Houghton on Walnut street, is now al most completely linished in every part There remain but the placing I the mantel and some odds and ends of car penter and mason work yet to he done l.etore Mr. and Mrs. Houghton will have completed one of the most ad mirably arranged and comfortable resi dences in the city. They have occupied the house for nearly a week m order to more closely superintend the finishing work. The general plan of the house was drawn by Mrs. Houghton and the ad mirable general arrangement of the completed structure shows most care fill and intf lligent attention to the gen eral and relative arrangement through out. The front entrance is directly into a reception room fini...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYM0C71I. INDIANA. BAKKLY ESCAPE RIOT tXCITING SCENES IN KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. ?vcral Mcmhcra Are l"i-ieutcl Fearful Fatality at a Chicago Cross inuKml of Venezuelan Muddle Ik in Siuht-ClianKe in Departments. Clue Grass Solon in a Tangle. Tin- l.n-'MM tr.l riot in ihe Kentucky 1,4-gi-datur' was wry rl v reali.-d XV dnesday. The truuhle a ruse over tin r.ctioti f tin- House unsealing Kauff iiinu in the Ka iiffinan-1 builap contest. Dutllap informed the Kepui'licatl leader J.e would Il" lt. Iul they wuiilil led rniit it. When Senators James ;iinl Walt. .11. Republicans, were unseated e I iti-ioi-nt became intense. A gr-at cry t.-nt 11 :i 1 1 t ;i ru-li fr ihe dour ! tin II"tis' t prev i-nt tin entrain- uf tlx Jwu unseated Senators. Ii t u t-!i- 1 nit lltat Senator James was already in tlu Ileus.-. II'M wunh followed and ttniibh emcd imminent. Tli. cry was heard throw lli'- iirl Senator ever the ban hl r who attempted tu -ntr llie Ihm'. n a few miniiles lli' -xcitenie...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

V f if CHEERING THOUGHTS REV. DR. TALMAGE CONFIDENT THAT AMERICA IS FOR GOD. lie relieves That ThU Continent Was lit ferred To in Kevclation uml I'rc- ktnts a Glowing I'lcturc of Our Tu Jure Possibilities ami Prospects. Sermon at the Capital. T.'.'is discourse presents a sublime theme aim! is of national importance, and coining from Um capital of th- nation must have i stirring M t throughout the land. Dr. Ta ana ire chose for his text Bevelatioii :xi!:.. 11, "And I beheld another beast !!. !r.g up out of the ear:!i. aud he had two li'-ms like a lamb, and he n:ike as a dragon." I America mentioned in the Bible? I .earned ami consecrat- 1 nir. who have .ra-iifil the inspired books of Daniel ami ;. -!ati : more th:i:i I have ami under .::ir. 1 them hetter a give ii saying that the l-.j.ar-l mentioned ia ; he 15: Me meant ; i.i, anl the l ar meant Medo-lVrsia, mi th" lion meant Uaby!o:i, and the heasr o:' Hi.' text coming n: oit of the earth v. n t-vo lt'.r.'is like a Iamb and the voic...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

J (Efye3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAS A SMITH. Propr'a. A. D. SMITH. General Manager. Office, Corner Qarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 8M. SUBSCRIPTION' PIIICK. Uue Year. Sit Months. Due Year, cash. Six Mouths, cash. Thrte Mouths, cash. Per Copy. $l..v .T.j I.") .03 Kutered at the post oftke at riyinouth, IuJiaiia. as matter of the second class. ANNIVERSAR'. MA HCl I 11. Today is the holiday of St. I'onstan tine. In 1874 occurred the death of Charles Sumner at Washington. In 1709 the first London Daily was sent out. In lbßl the Confederate constitution was adopted. In 1884 a treaty of peace, recognizing the conquest of Annam, between China and France. In lt&l France consented to arbitra tion on the Newfoundland fisheries question. MARCH IS. In 1814 occurred the battle of Kheims. In 1841 100 lives were lost in a wreck of 9teamer President. In 1881 King Alexander II of Itussia was assassinated. In 1882 thousands of lives were lost by earthquakes in Costa liica. Last year at this time ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

Mrs. Heller has purchassed the home (LI?e3nbepenbent .vn kday, Maim ii 14, l5ll. .JOHNNY'S HAI) UKKAK. j j ii p .w rv. I: I i i ii ill 'flfeff1 Johnny Did they hurt you much at the Imle Saturday night, japa? I'upa No, Johnny; why do you ask? Johnny 'Cuuse 1 heard Mr. Johnson say you were about half shot. Truth. LOCAL ÜKEV1TIKS. From Wednesday's Daily. Wm. Zehner went to Wanatah tolay. Howard Katon went to Argos today. Nodh Hoover went to South liend to day. Theo. Cressner went to South liend today. Dr. Deeds is doing business at Argos today. J. V.. MoDermit, of Streator, 111., is in the city. Will Xewhouse went to Chicago this morn in if. Mrs. Mary Searle went to Laporte, yesterday. Do not fail to hear the jubilee sing ers tonight. T. S. Kerns, of Logansport, in the city today. L. i. ('apron made a business trip to Argos Unlay. Miss Mary Hoke, of In wood is repor ted as very ill. W. 15. Yost made a ilying trip to In wood yesterday. Johnnie Deinont, of Uochester, was in our city toda...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

k ... J A FAEAN TO THE PUMPKIN. How dear to my hosrt 7 the old yellow pumpkin When orchards are barien 't stuiTin' for pi.: "When poach r, and api!" Have both been a failure. And berries of :i kind Have greet-1 oar eyes; How fondly we turn To the fruit ( t!i . rntieM; Only fools these lespie. The old yellow pnv.ipkiu. The mud -covered pumpkin, 71 o bis-beliied pumpkin. That makes si. oh g.od pie-. -L ü rille I etn . -era t. LOVE AND JOY. If ere was one thin in all her cx pe; ' 'i r. that Susanna Mortm was Jir:;:::.'y tired of it was the evident ni f.i:t;nuotis purpose of tuankind to lmi .: her to remain a spinster. Itzc. she had boon one so long it wo;. If: -oem that she should have bo con i; :..ous'omd to it. hut by some :r:-,rv- fatality women, th.at is. the ma.i' -Ay of women, never nen-pt their lot :: :his form with ealm resignation and ..'.autiful Christian spirit which has "en for thorn tin- endearing . title of vr gentler sex. At:.; Siisnnna Morton Jiad put up with It T -s r ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

AN INVITATION. Xt Give Vm Plrasur to rulli the fol lowiujr Announcement. All wornen sifFerinr from any form of illness peculiar to their sex are re quested to communicate promptly with Mrs. rinkham, at Lynn, Mass. All letters are re eeived, openeu, read and an only. swered by women A woman can freely talk ot her private illness to a woman ; thus has I li.-hedthe il?Vv Vernal tween Mrs. IM rinkham and the women of America. This cin- im im AJ&'' fi.lenceha.sin- duced moretlian 1 .'.) women XO write Mrs. l'inkl.am for advice during the last few months. Think what a volume of experience the has to draw froi:i'. No piiysi- i.in living1 ever treated v many cases of female ills, and from this vast experi ence surely it is more than possible idie has gained the very knowledge that will lielp your ease. She is glad to have you write or call tijon her. You wiU find her a woman full of sympathy, w ith a great desire to F.ssi.t those u ho are sick. If hermedi cine is nt. what you need, she ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 14 March 1896

ONE SERIOUS EFFECT. Of the Recent Republican Victory in tb CooimoDwrilih of Kentucky. It was somewhat early in the morning when the Washington Star reporter dropped into the wet-goods department of a popular down-town hotel, where there is always to be found a southern contingent in the hotel, not the W. i. department and standing at the ccunter there he saw a -well-known Kentuckian of the older school. It was about ten days after the election news had been received from Kentucky, and the Kentuckian's brow was not crown ed with sunlight or laurels. On the con trary, it was swathed in heavy gray clouds. It may be explained here that the reporter was not in that locality after a drink, but after a man who was after a drink. As he stood talking to him, his attention was attracted by the Kentuckian's talk to the barkeeper, who had shoved a well-wora black bottle out in front of his customer. "Take it away," said the Kentuck ian, gloomily, with a funereal wave of his hand. "What's the ma...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

-W tad Am eeray pen Vol. If. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1896 No. 37. "ETHICAL FORCES.' DR. J. S. MARTIN ASKS SENATOR REEVE SOME QUESTIONS. Tli ifiilluiMii Oo- Into Ouite an Ki tended hikI Interesting Answer lo tlit Otiery An Anwer of Interesting (niniuenU. To Tlio Editor: In your issue of the 14, "Docior Mar tin referring to my lecture of tne even ing before on "Kthical Force"- asks this question. Is there an eternal and absolute principal of right, independent and above man's authority, proceeding from an absoutely perfect intelligence and goutiness, not subject to changes of society or mutations of public opinion; and has that principal been so fully re vealed to mankind that the "wayfaring man, though a fool, may not err there in?" That question was fully answered in my lecture. If the doctor had used the word God, for and instead of "an abso lutely perfect intelligence and good ness" I would answer, No! The ex istence of such a principle so establis...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. Three men rode out to the wide, wide world: (SiiJ ho, shi;; Ley, for the merry, merry !! ,v:iy! And the first jim-d the war, where the j : burner was furled; Sin hey. sin;; ho, where the skulls lie And Lbe M'eoud had a post in the court of Kins; : (Sinr ho. King hey, for the bribe and its y,ul he crowed to liiu, for the throne he .; - tried to sir.;; : ".(Hius.hey, sin;.; ho, where the gallows ; winds blow!) And the third, he married a fine bonny wife: (Kiut: hi. sin? hey, for the merry mar riage d-iy!) For she spent his money, and led him such i lib-; (Sinj; hey. su lt., to the funeral go!) 8ueh were the ways of these three merry men. (Siii ho, sin;; hey, at the world's sweet way! Borne trilling pleasure, a hope and then (Sin,; hey, sin ho, for the grave below!) Temple lar. THE STUDY OF WOMAN "No," said I. with puissant positivc ncss, to my friend Iiasconi; "no, sir, I .hall not accompany you Into the haunts of Iho unmarried woman." "Hut, my dear .Mart ton." a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

DEAR MRS. PIXKHAM: I cannot begin to tell you what your remedies have done forme. I suffered for years with falling" and neural&ia of the womb, kidney trouble and Jeucorrhoca in its worst form. There were times that I could not stund, was sick all over and in despair. I had not known a real well day for 15 years. I knew I must do something at once. I had tried physicians without receiv ing any lasting benefit. I bean the use of Lydia L. l'inkham s Vegetable Compound. T 1 - 1 A I 1 tZ .ow, i nave useu y uoi- 'j)W!W ties; my wcigni nas increaseu j jus. x tell every one to whom and what I owe my recovery, and there are 15 of my friends 'MS? of it sooner, and saved all these years of misery. I can recommend it to every woman." Kate Yodek, 408 W. i)th St., Cincin nati, O. Should advice be required, write to Mrs. l'inkham, at Lynn, Mass., who has the utter confidence of all in telligent American women. She will promptly tell what to do, free of charge. Lydia K. l'ir.kham's Vege table ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

(Ef?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAS t SMITH, Propr's. A. D. SMITH. General Man je r. Office. Corner Qarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SsUBsCKIPTIOV 1MIICE. One Year, - - $l.W Six Months, - .75 One Year, cash, - - 1.00 Six Months, cash, - - .00 Three Mouths, cash, - - .35 PerCoDV. - .03 - m Kuterei at the post oftice at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the second class. Our Sixtieth A mitrei-Hary. Brother McDonald, of the Democrat, announced in the last issue of his paper that July 20, next, is the sixtieth anni versary of the organization of Marshal county and the location of Tlymouth as the county seat, the organization taking place July 20, 183G. Mr. McDonald be lieves it would be a good move for our city to celebrale the event in a fitting manner. This is an excellent suggestion and The Independent is heartily In favor of making that day a gala one in Ply mouth. We believe our old citizens, as well as the rising generation, would take a deep interest in this matter and help make a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

Harriot Lauer. There Will Be a Special Sale of Men's and Boys' Suits at MODEL, During the Month of MARCH. GET PRICES DURING THIS GREAT SALE. y '- Kvery tiling sohl strictly for cash. a we do not want you to jav the losses sustained by those who tlö a credit luiness. When vou trade with us you receive In return one'hundred cents for every dollar -nothing in ttad'dehts. Kespectfully. RYA & JOSEPH, Proprietors of The Model. Plymouth. Ind. (H?e3nbepcnbent Wednesday, March 18, PKoor positive: Vit will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at the house. Her remains will be taken to the Maxmfcut kte cemetery for interment totiK-Tiuw. Miss Letta Station, who 5s teaching in Lie Columbia City schools was in this city this morning on her way to her home in Argos, w here she will visit over Sunday. It was reported yesterday that Mrs. Shrock wife of the proprietor of the riymouth steam laundry was ill. Mr. Shrock is not proprietor but is a valued employe of the riymouth steam laun-drv. lJedu...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

(Ef?e3n&cpcn&cnt ZIM3! IOHMA V SMITH, Publisher and Prop "ie'crs PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. BLOW FOR MILLINERS THE LEGISLATURE WOULD SUP PRESS THEIR CREATIONS. Ohioa Lawmakers the First in the Commendable "Work-Militia Called Out to Control Kentucky Legisla ture Au Aiiiusinn 1? pi a ode in Court. Hill Aifainst Theater Hate. l Representative Fosdick, of Hamilton, j., causwi a stir aim not a nine appiause ly introducing a bill in the Honst prohib iting women from wearing in theaters hats or bonnets large enough to obstruct the view of those behind them. The meas ure not only prohibits the wearing of such paraphernalia, but imposes a penalty of from to $10 for violation of the law. The rules were suspends and it was read the second and third times ami bid fair to po through with a whirl until Mr. Stewart, of Clarge, offered an amendment to add six months' imprisonment to the penalty. Only sixty-one members were present, and pome of the more conservative, fearing the bill might go throu...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

WOMAN TRAIN DISPATCHER. MISS BYBD WAT KINS, of To peka. has tho distinction of be ing tl.e only woman train dis patcher, on a single track, in the Fnited States, and the re sponsibility of stich a position attaches no littU importance to the young wom an who holds It. Miss Wat kins is stationed at Junc tion City, on the Kansas division of the Union Pacific MISS WATKIN" Railway, a through line from Kansas City to Icnver. and its branches, the JunctionCityan:! Fort Kearney branch, fron i Solomon City to Beloit, and tho Salina and Southwestern branch, from Salina to McPherson. Miss Watkins is one of three "shifts" working eight hours each, and is on th. second "trick." as the time between 4 o'clock in the afternoon and midnight Is called. She is in full charge of the office during that time. Her duties ns dispatcher on a single track differ ma terially from that of a double track dis patcher, as meeting poiuts must be made for all trains going in opposite di rections. She is a Keniucki...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 March 1896

J t I.APAZ. March 12 18W. Kev. llothenberger who has been un der the weather for some time is again able to be out. Mr. Southworth, of Flymouth, trans acted business in this district last Thursday. Dr. C. F. Uoltzendorff has been ap pointed township physican at this place (Jeo. Waltz who has been to North Liberty on a visit returned Wednesday and reports walking bad. Mary Shafer gave a card party Thürs day evening in honor of the young folks from South Bend who attended the Shafer aniversary. It is reported that one of our young men attending the Plymouth school bought three cigars for one of our citi zens as a hush gift. The latter saw him holding a Plyraonth girl in his lap. Four teams from South IJend were here purchasing corn from the sur rounding farmers last Thursday. Fred Myers is able to be about his store again. Last Thursday a man was seen riding a mule into the lower saloon. No doubt the man thought he was in Texas. As petitions are the latest fads in this town, why not p...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

-Weekly 10 Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MAKslIAhL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATIMUKY, MARCH 21, 1890 No. :is. THK CONVENTION. THE REPUBLICANS OF THE THIR TEENTH DISTRICT MEET. I 1m- Traii-aot the Hu-int-- ltrouylit l!e loi the Contention Knllitie uii in !". The thirteenth republican district convention met Thursday at the opera house for the purpose of electing two delegates to the national conven tion, and one elector. At '2 o'clock the convention was called to order by District Chairman (j. W. llolman, of Hochester. Mr. Holman was elected temporary chairman and Fd 5. Brooke, temporary secretary. Mr. llolman said it was not the proper lime to elaborate on the present political condition, but to proceed to business. The chairman was enpowered toelect three committees consisting of seven each. One committee on peramnent organization, one on order ami business and one on resolutions. I'he committee on permanent organ ization gave in their reporte in winch they presented the name of Hon, II. (. Thayer as...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYJCOCIU, INDIANA. MANY CUBANS SLAIN. FIERCE BATTLE FOUGHT IN PINAR DEL RIO. Three Hundred Killed or "Wounded If urn or of Weyler'a Kccall McKin ley Will Have Support of Witcon titt Kepubltcuiiü. Insurgents Meet a Reverse. Havana dispatch: A hot battle between the forces under Col. Hernandez and the iiisiirrt'iits uinliT Miictt. Uainleras and others, is reported from the neighborhood f Camlclaria. in Pinar del Ki. The in surgent loss is reported to have Wen .'! killed and wounded. Of the troops Cap:. Turroja tuerror. was killed and Lieut. Comas wounded. The otlicial report also Kays that live soldiers were killed ami fiftj-M Wounded. Tin details of the battle are rather meager. Many eohimi:s are r.ow closely pursuing Maeeo. Ma.i:no Co;m is encamped at the plantation of Morcnita. near (Juira Melena. in Ibuana province. The insurgents have burned 1he splendid plan ta t ion houses and ma chinery of San Leon. The important til lage of San Antonio de Los Vegas has been ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

P THE WINTER BLASTS. flEV. DR. TALMAGE SHOWS HOW TO WARM THE WORLD. A Unique Text and a Powerful Fcr iiutn-Tlic F.ffect of the Untimely Cold Warmth of the Church of tiod The World's Firco'.aee. Our Weekly Sermon. The freezing Masts which have swept over the country at tie time wo expected prii;g weather make this svrmon espe cialiy appropriate. Dr. Talmaso's text was Psalm xlvii., 17. "Who can stand before his cold?" The almanac says t!i;i winter is ended and spring has o.ine. hut the winds, and 1 rests, r.nd the thermometers, in some l;ics t zero, deny it. The psalmist lived in a more genial climate than this, nii.l jet he must sometimes have been cut by the sharp weather. In this chapter he speaks of the snow like wool, the frost like :.shes, the hailstones like marbles, and Jes ribon the concealment of lowest tein Ierature. We have all studied the power of the heat. How few of us have studied the power of the frost? "Who can stand b-fore his cold;" This challenge of the text lias...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

J (Cf?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAN A SMITH, Proof's. A. D. SMITH, General Manager. Office, Corner Oarro and Michigan Streets, Telephone, 84. subsckiptiox rmcE. One Year, Six Months. One Yef, fuh. Six llDnths. cash. Three Months, cash. Per Copy, $1.50 .T." l.0 SM .03 Entered at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the second class. It is now apparent to the masses of the democratic party that President Cleveland proposes to saddle Secretary Carlisle upon them as a candidate lor president on that ticket. While there is not a shadow of doubt that the presi dent wields a great influence with a large portion of the leading democrats, it is also an apparent fact that if he succeeds in pressing Carlisle to the front as their candidate he will lead them to an overwhelming defeat. The only hope of the democratic party is to brush aside any overtures made by President Cleveland. TERRIFIC BOILER EXPLOSION. 3 ISoiler Completely Wrecked No One Ser iously Injured. The steam boiler in Andr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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