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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT CHIMY COUNTY iHDEPEKOEHT fiOEERT GOOD Editor and Publrihsri WttcfeilSiuper of ClKfiy Hy Schvatdit 1M0 3er Xecti in Advance Vni Vr IUKEltflIEIJ12VBBY TIltfltSB VhtfyiM 5 i no Post office at Valentine Cherry cotiHtySielraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its siibscribers until adiifinite order discoiiiiuuc is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advernsmg rates 5rcents per inch per month Elites pur column or for long time ads made known on cation to this ollice THUKSDAX DECEMBER 10 1896 - The cordagetrust is being organized the lock makers trust is a new one on the list the window glass trust is pick ing up its ears the dressed beef trust is getting in its work and everybody is Itdoesseepijstrange that the civ ilized nations and especially the Jjnited States will remain inactive and pennifr the barbarities which are every day being nerpetrated in Cuba by the Spanish soldiery -Reports are cabled to tite world every day of the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

V kv X i 4 w vAft -1 - V T OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STME ovornor Silas A IloIcninU lUiitcJUiijt Jovenior ItuocftE iloore Secretary of State loel A JMper Treasurer 1 S Hartley Auditor t Eugene MtffihJ vJkHii Lands suidlluUdlnpi Henry J Itussell Attorney General -Arthur S Churcliill Snpt 1ubllp lubtruction Henry H Corbett - f G lfe Uere Lincoln IjBunihotn Onialia Jtegents University j J 31 Hait Alma I El Holmes Pierce iTJklallalieu Kearney IMJUulI Edgar COXGUESSIONAL SonatQrs Win V Allen 3IadIson John M Ttiurjrtoto Mmaha UspresentaUves Ficst Dist net Jesse 1 Strode Lincoln Second 1 JI Mercer Omaha Third MJeo 1 Meiklejohn Fiillerton Fourth E J Hai ner Auroni K Andrews- Hasting Sixth O JI lCejuiBroken Jtow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Xorval Chiel Justice narrison and Polk jissociates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid ONeill W HWestoverllushville licpreseMetiva Fifty second District Frank llothleutnerv Kilgore Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew--art Crawford 4 x OFFICE Keirister C I...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

I s l r y ls - h r r h v3 ft h0 V Si rci fifi mkm Snpt lublip Instruction Jlegcnts University wrtnnpVnriima Lodge No 192 at my o LI A m ir OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Knuuiie Iooru Henry OKussell Arthur S Churchill Henry JlCorbett fC lUC4e L Bunihom J 1 M Hait ere lAiwoni F A ii l AnniMtmlAnfnn Cnf tttvlaV tVPn i jneeis in reuuiu guiiuiiumiiouuu uoraiuuj ing on or before the full moon ineacn mouth ujnombers of the order In good and regular jine cordially and fraternally invited to attend J T Keeley W M VTW Thomvsok Secy 0 E S - Northern Star Chapter No no Order of the Eutern Star meets on second and fourth day evenings of eash month m Hornbys hall iv w Thompson Magcjie Walcott Secretary Worthy Matron A 0 U W Valentine Lodge No 70 A meets l st and 3rd Monday in each month Carl Damas Rec W Holsclaw M W D OF H Valentine Lodge No Degree of Honor holds regular meetings first and third day evenings of each mouth M Christensen Rec Mrs R Robinson C of H I 0 O F Valentine Lodge No 205 I O O F m...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

fcft f THE CONFESSION Once I was a youngster happy Not a shred of care I knew Mirth was ever on the tapis Winged with Joy- the moments flew If I had a heart it never Was the kind inclined to love And the meaning of forever -Was a thing I dreamed not of How I scorned my cousin Pollyl Nothing but a girl I said How I mocked at melancholy Moony spoony brother Ned But the height of my abhorrence Was a chap who went around Quoting verses to his Florence With his eyes upon the ground Woe for all my olden revels Mirth and joy alack a day Now dance with the blue devils If she looks the other way She my heart is limp as vellum When I touch her tiny glove And there haunts my cerebellum Love forever ever love But O direst alteration Awful irony of fate Iwho from exalted station Made such mockery but late Now and this my pen rehearses With abasement most profound Love to wander quoting verses With my eyes upon the ground -Detroit Free Press MY OWN DECEASE Although undoubtedly I had been s very i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

V in w H P HEALTH CAME AFTER 70 Up to that Time the Jtitijre Was in Constant trend of Ucntli Ex Chief Justice B 1 Peters of the Kentucky Court of Appeals haB just celebrated the 5th anniversary of his birth at his iume In Ml Sterling In an interview he said in speaking of his age and his health I was an invalid when I can first re member and I continued to bo one un til I had lived out nearly the allotted epan of raane life The- doctors told me when I was a boy that I would have to be very careful or I would never live to mans estate After I was grown jthey said my time on earth won limited No medicine they gave me afforded any relief to my apparently worthless stom ach and I concluded that I would ex tend my law practice into the moun tains ofIventucky so that I could make a living and at the same time be on horseback and in the open air as much as possible For thirty years I rode over the mountains in all kinds of weather and isubsisted on the most meager diet jCornmeal mush was m...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 December 1896

t j imkmmMm VALENTINE Chance to Iakc Money In the past three stnontliB I bav cleared 66076 selling the dishwasher I did inost of the work my brother helped som I expect to do better next month as every Dish Washer sold advertises Itself several more I donthavj2 to leare the -house Teople hear -about the Dish Washers and send for them they ate so cheap Any lady or ge ntleman can make money in this business as every family wantsa Dish Washer -Any of our readers who have energy enough to apply for an agency can easily make from SS -to io per day You can get lull particulars by addressing the Mound City Dish Washer Ce 8t Louis Met Try it and ipulblgh your success for the benefit of others C A D ThejDEMOCRATnd the Thricea week iNew Xork eWorld one year A Chance tvMxtkMoncy I have made 1640 clear jnoneyln 87 days- and attended to my household and I 4thinkthis is doing splendid forv a vwouian inex jperienced in business Ajiione ctn sell what ieveryonewantto buy and -every -family wapts a -...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

IL V - 1 X W -a tj WITT VOL XI 171 m j is M 9 JL A J Ls THIS AND THAT Cotnina JEvcntti it cf l Dance Dec 18 OhrMmas Dec Co ii8OT January l County Commissioners Jan 5 Eur Coats at Stinards Notice Watsons new ad i Bid you see the Camel at Stinards Christmas one week from tomorrow Get your ehvelopesprinted at this oilice A club hunt is being talked of for Sunday Mens Arctics one dollar per pair at Stinards Ed Richards was down from Gor don Sunday E ir Galbraith of Albion was in iowu Monday Clark Jeffers was in town Tuesday from Chadron t Enoch Flowers spent Sunday here NHth his family Ed Clarke went to Rosebud Mon day on business George Cutler is still in the eastern part of the state B E Johnson was up from Simeon yesterday trading Carl Anderson of White River was in town Wednesday C E Colby was iu town Wednesday from Madison S D Eighteeen people registered at the -City Hotel Monday W E Haley has another hound purchased in Gordon Rev 0 T Moorete two children are on the sick list this ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

tJ 2 V i Rg h Mi 8 I fftc almtine democrat success on TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor a Pkop VALENTINE NEBRASKA BAEBERI GOES EEEE FAMOUS NEW YORK MURDER - -CASE COMES TO AN END Thq Peculiar Grounds on Which She was Acquitted St Louis Po lice Unable to Cope with tho Criminal Element in that City Maria Barberi Goes Free New Yoiirt The freeing of Maria Bar bed the young Italian girl once under sentence of death for the murder of her be trayer Dominick Catsldo by a jury which reversed her fate ends one of the most interesting murder trials in Gothams his tory The grounds on which the jury freed Maria Barberi is that she is an epileptic and unconscious of her act- Her acquittal is hardly a triumph for anybody though the ingenious showing of the girls descent from a race of epileptics and degenerates furnished an excuse on which to hang an acquittal The jury listened to the elo quent plea of one lawyer for the defense and the virile demand for justice of an other for t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

ft I- A- e X i 4 manlv submission which have succeeded 1 heated clash of political opinions we discover abundant evidence of a deter mination on the part of our countrymen to abide by every verdict of the popular will and to be controlled at all times by an abiding faith in the agencies establish ed for the direction of the affairs of their government Thus our people exhibit a patriotic disposition which entitles them to demand of those who undertake to make and execute their laws such faith ful and unselfish service in their behalf as can only be prompted by a serious ap preciation of the trust and confidence which the aceptance of public duty in Tites In obedience to a constitutional require ment I herein submit to the Congress cer tain information concerning national af fairs with the suggestion of such legisla tion as in my judgment is necessary and expedient Outrages in Tnrkey At the outset of a reference to the more important matters affecting our re lations with foreign power...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

I Iv r i3Bms ttjLmsmi THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT succrsson to CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official taper of Cherry Tfcy Keforaslca tylOQer Yetcr in Advance it Bi IIP I rUKLCSHED UV52KY TJIUBSDAT Entered at t be Postoluce at ValetinevCherry county jtorasKa as ccona ciass cumer V This paper -will be mailed regularly to its oubscribBrs until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar tears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch pertddnth Kates per column or for Ipngtime ads made known oi appii catidn to this office THtTRSDAY -DECEMBER 17 1896 -- - fcl Truth says that we are all tramps by -nature nutpridemakes ue hustle Jingoism maybe all right in She ieat of a campaign but it is different when congress us in session Yes nn deed We dont hear much of Oom CPaul Kruger of theTransvaal now-a-days but if never gain heard from Jiis memory will live with justice loving people -all over the world Eoit Saxe A finely office mgood live town Payi...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

M x - v s t tftfegteaagi OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE VoveEiMir Silas A Ifolcoinb JtaiiU iiUiilSmrriiur loucrtKMuorc Jxvreiary oCJStatc Joel A riper TjTisurer JS I3rIcy Anrtltor Kugcnic Jloore Limchniid Kuildini HcnryC ltusiell Alfomev General Arthur S Churchill buj Public Instruction Henry JtCorliett I C II Gere Lincoln recents University Judce County Attorney County Superintendent Surveyor Commissioners i h Rumiimn Omaha M Hall Alma HI HoinnK Pierce T Miillahuu Kearney LM J Hull Edgar COrsaiSSTONAT Senators Win V AHeu MacEson John IS Thurston Omaha Itfepretentntives First Dibit ieWesseli Strode Lincoln Pecnurt D fl Alcrcer Omaha Tliitxi CeoDMeihlejolinjiullerton Fourth E 3 Hai mr Aurora Fifth Win h Andrews Hasting Mxtlj O 51 Kcm iSroXen How JUDICIAL Suiireme Court T L Norvtl Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid ONeill W H WttStover ltushvillc LEGISLATIVE KetircsentetiveFlftyaefloiitt District Frank Itothleutner KllgonS Senator Fourteenth D...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

h w I E 1 v ySs L xnfftt l5 - mzaOJ THE PRESIDKNTS MESSAGE cw xur So he presents a heaping peck of trou bles with scarcely a hint as to how they may be leveled to the rim of the meas ure Press His conclusions show beyond a doubtt that he will leave to his successor thej honor of taking the first step to assure Cuban liberty Journal We should mind our own business re store domestic prosperity faithfully com ply with the neutrality laws and letCuba alone Commercial Advertiser The message writes the history of an administration and writes it with dignity and calmness It is one of the most in structive I6cients ever prepared for perusal Brooklyn Eagle The only political value of the docu ment is in its incidental disclosures o Mr Clevelands frame of mind as indi cating his- probable course during the brief period of power remaining to him Suit The message as a whole is a creditable document Its style is open to criticism but it is evidently animated throughout by a sincere desire to avo...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

x he 1 h To Romorc Small Pox Scars A medical journal sires tbe following recipe which it declares will go far toward eradicating ismall pox scars -burns and other cicatrices left by dis ease One half ounce of borax 12 jirnlns of salicylic acid 3 drachms of glycerine and ounces of rose water Lint soaked iu this solution and allow ed to remain over the scars for hours nt a time at night for instance will help to remove the scare more rapidly and they should be freely annointed whenever convenient Keep the stuff out of the eyes The Modern Mother Has found that her little ones are im proves more by ilie pleabunt Syrup of ifigs when m ueeU of ilie laxative etioul ol u geuilc leiuedy than by any oiherauu that it is more acceptable to Uiem Chii ureu ertjoy it ami it benefits luem Ihe true letncdy byrup ol lhs is manulac lured by tbe Caliiorum 1ig tjyrup Com pany only Beauty is but skin deep That is a skin deep sajing Beauty is heart deep ft is out of the heart we desire it It is out of the...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 December 1896

B- li3X2G2Sils6ZSC - - jiti irtitatM WT tMNUHSrfKaMKSMV asnom mmnirti1lii inmMiiirr Embromg the To get tlie latest in TOYS DOLLS FANCY GOODS ETC ETC Call In and be convinced Special prices to Christmas Tree Committees Mlf 11M JPi MW Our stock in quantity and quality is Tinexcelled There are no two sides to 4he question of our ibices Theyre the lowest on furnishing goods Just drop in and see for yourself Lots of goods constantly coming and going Tailoring cleaning and pressing D STNARD MAIN STREET Waited Wood on subscription Dry hard wood preferred Call early And afoid the rush Wanted JTweaty teams to haul freight -to the brickyard Will pay 22 cents per hjjxird pounds J3AVENPOET THACFBR y H saX2Z3i2SZ3i8C3Z IftflrTfoVnTrfWaii TO MORROW Is not but TO MORROW Soon will be X MAS Youis for business WEATHER REPOBT FOR OCTOBER NOVEMER AND DECEMBER Cold with northeiy and north 1 westerly winds ISizzards will follow Prepare by buying your clothing boots shoes -etc at VALENTINE C M SAGESEE TON...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

In fc fe M H I mm tf ft xn m V IP f s fc i y r v E - iu iz J 13E THE VOL XI THIS AND THAT Coming Events Christmas Dec 25 1S97 January l Cowjtv CoinmlS8oners jjan R D of H Instalation Jan 6 Farmers InstitmeAJan 9 Christmas tomorrow i Fur Couts at Stinards Did you Bee the Camel at Stinards W D Morgaieidge spent Sunday in town fcfens Arctics one dollar per palrat Ufanards tf R Fee was in town from Croofcs ton Monday Miss Pearl Bay canio up from Oma ha last evening Wm Enlow was down from Gordon on business Saturday L D Lincoln was seen perambulat ing the streets Mouday Wm Francfce has been visiting in Iowa for the past week Commencing this morning James Wellford will drive the Rosebud mail In place of Geo Hershey WG Sawyer of Elgin 111 was in town the first of the week Born to Mr and Mrs John Jackson Saturday December 19 a girl Christmas entertainment at the Pres byterian church tomorrow night Dau Webster was down from the west part of the county yesterday 10000 envelopes just received ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

I I T T fo Valentine jgemocrxt SUCCESSOJt TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JSditob Pkop VALENTINE NEBRASKA PBEPABING FOE WAE SPAINS RIFLE FACTORTES ARE WORKING NIGHT -AND DAY Speak Easy Whiskys Disastrous Effects in Ohio Three Dead Three Insane and Several Seriously 111 from Drinking the Mixture Preparing for Emergencies The explicit announcement is made that Senor Depuyde Lome -the Spanish min ister at Washington has telegraphed to his government in Madrid that he had a conference -with Secretary Olney in the course of hich the Hatter assured him that Spain tmight rest tranquil until March at least since despitedhe attitude of con- gress President Cleveland would not rec ognize the independence of Cuba It is also stated by e number of high offi cials in Madrid that Capt Gen Weyler in Cuba aasTeceived instructions to hurry up his campaign by the delivery of a bold stroke against the i insurgents in order to prevent -the Cubansfrom rallying from the disaster of Maceos dea...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

fa J Xv T r t J CUBAS BENEDICT ARNOLD Ulan Who Is Alleged to Have Led Gen Maceo to His Death Dr Maximo Zertucha the supposed Benedict Arnold of the Cuban revolution who is alleged to have betrayed the gal lant fearless Maceo and his staff to death looks like a man who would not only betray his patient and see him nit arvxiMO znnTiTcnA slaughtered but would present a bill to the widow for professional services After Maceos death he surrendered himself to the Spaniards and was pro tected by them It was on the informa tion given them by Zertucha that tin story sent out by the authorities at Ha vana was made up The doctor in tell- ij ing how Maceo met his death said that me yeneriu uaa a xorce 01 mu Cubans who were attacked by GOO Spaniards v Maceo and his staff were in the center of the forces In the battle that followed Maceo and his entire staff were killed The Cubans fled Dr Zertucha say the Cubans has been variable in his sym pathies for years at one time holding to Spain at anothe...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

Si ii 1 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT sVccussouto CHEflftY tJDtfNTY fKOEPEKDEHT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Offcteil JLafr of Cherfy VjMM JPcr Sfcccr in JUfrzwce - - - - rUBLltED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherry Vnuuty Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed Tegularly to its subscribers until a definite orddr A discdmtinue is received and -all ar rears afe paid in fulL 50 cents per inch Ier hioEth per column or for long tjaaeuds made known on appli cation to thirofQce THURSDAY DECEBER 24 1896 - The Democrat wishes all its read- eraaicerry Chlstmss and happy New Year Evidenceof prosperity i not amount erf money in banks it is amount in circulation of Your Uncle -St Loute Republic BSSSISSSP twnmiWi the the Cherry county should make up and organize a county fair -association Almost every county in the state has an association of this kind Your Uncle Samuel has within the short space of a year twisted the Brit ish lions tail tweaked the nose ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

sj f X V tfH i OFFICIAL DIRECTORY statJ Covernw Silas A Holcomb SieithHitiil Governor Kooert h Moore SecrHttiyof Stale Joel A riper lrHSirror I S Hartley Audita Eugene Moore Ciun Inilsnud HuUdlngb Henry G KushcII Attoiuv General Ai thnr S Churchill bupt Public Instruction Henry It Corbett HejjerUs University C ll Gere Lincoln L Knrnhem Omaha MM Halt Alma KV Holmes rierce TLIallaliuu Kearney IM J Hui Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madison John M Ttturston Omaha Eaprescntotlves FlrstDistrict JesseJi Strode Lincoln second D HMercer pmabaj Third oDMefkleJabnFullerton Fourth E J Hal usr Auroraj Fifth Wn K Andrews Hastings Sixth O ML Kerny Broken Bow JUDtCIAt Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice QarrlBon and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District- M P Klnkaid cFXeill W H Westover Kushvllle LEGISLATIVE SBepresentetlve Fifty second District Frank JS6tnTeutnerKJJgoiB souawr J ouneeum uibiricii xiourjr x oiw ait Crawford LAND OFFICE BeRister C R Glover Longpine Ttecelver J A ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 December 1896

V r -v J fl i h It k i i j r j 3 H i i V I 7 if II f -- ti Wjlimmtiil IMA hS ti fiifcJiJGi vYIMW 10 2 iJf law A iL 5B3ffiS3SSri AREWELL fare well the best ot If friends must part Aim as u iuacu how dear thou art How fond and dear Old Year 0 1 d Year Here take a glint or gold from out my hair A shade of rose from cheek and lip and there Sprinkle a touch of snow before you Old Year before you go rjnnfihr God sneed i all earthly things must end One look into your fading eyes my friend So fond and dear Old Year Old Year Theres mild regret within my heart In place of pain All that was sweet In thee shall once again In memory live and make me glad Old Year then why be sad Now that were parting Im Impelled to say What Ive in -secret thought for many d uay Yet still I love you dear Old Year Youve always worn a somewhat somber face Yonve never had the winsome sprightly grace I That I remember in your foregone kin Old Year that I have ushered In Yourstay was shorter toolt43eemstome Than that ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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