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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. "lilihd Tips" is the name tlie saloon keepers of Charleston, Intl., have given drug stores. The ladies of La port e have formed a cycling club, to be known as the Crown Cycling club. They propose to stick by their home wheels. The Crown Kagle works, of j4aporte. the company in which M. 1. Smalley is interested, has been incorptratetl, with a capital stock of jjo.O(H. o:irbon is honored by a hypnotic wonder. An extended article appeared in this week's issue of the IJourboii papers w ritten by lr. Matchette, regard ing the affair. ii has been said by those who have given the matter a very close study, that vhen a man's wife is not afraid of a mouse, it is conclu.-ive evidence that she rules the roost. Sol Stockman, of near In wood, thrashed IJt.CJ bushels of wheat from twenty-seven acres of ground. Al though the average was small the grain was of good quality. The Studebaker llros.,of South lend, have organized a syndicate for the pur pose of underselling all competi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

WHEN THE IIERCURY RISES. The man who.-? rule it is to take The weather as it come?. Without a word of fuss, llnds Ufa A pudding full of plums. He doesn't care how low or higli The mercury has got. And even when it's mid-July, lie hardly knows it's hot. Eut he who, when the mercury Goes up to eighty-five, Makes such a fuss that every ou j Regrets that he's alive, Thus makes himself unhappicr Than he was meant to be. And feels the heat at seventy-two As if 'twere ninety-three. So take a warning from these lines It's good advice, though free And when the hot days really come Don't watch the mercury. Just go about your daily task Regardless of the heat. And you will find that every day Your life will grow more swet. Somerville (Mass.) Journal HOW TÖMBAISEDTHE WIND UDGING by his haggard looks and the monoto nous way in which he was pac ing up and dowD the room, the Hon. Robert Spenceley was evidently under the influence of a serious mental depression when his particular chum, Tom Langton...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

M. Lauer & r' Men and Boys . . OF" ... Marshall County! Your Attention is Kespectfully Called to the Creat Clolhin Now in Progress at the Store of D North of Postofiice, Do You Wish to Buy a Suit? Do You Wish to Save Money? If You do, Attend this Sale on Saturday, July 20, 1895. (EI?e3nbepenbent LOCAL EVENTS. FKOM FKIDAY S DAILY. Andy Snyder left forLaPorte to-day. Straw hats at cost at M. Allman & Son's. John Houghton has erected a new barn. Dr. Knott returned from Chicago this morning. Miss Amanda Bhinehart is very low with erysipelas. . Highest market price for wool at M Allman & Son's. Miss Emma Dickson of Argos, is visiting with relatives. Miss Myra Bunnel is visiting relatives and friends in LaPorte. Attorney B. L.Glazenbrook,of Knox, is in Plymouth, to-day. Lowest prices on balls and bats at Underwood & Walls. All-solid men's shoes at the old price, 89c, at M. Allman & Son's. Mr. Castleman of Marmont, was in our city Friday on business. Professor Hill, of ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

ABANDONED. Around the house rank weeds are thickly growing. Tall sunflowers fill the field; Yet oa thjs calm young lives, once, hopes vere sowing all the years might yield. And in strong hands, the sturdy hoofs pursuing, A plow share turned the sod The toiler brave drank deep the fresh air's browing And sang content to God. A woman fair and sweet has smiling striven Through long and lonesome hours. A blue-eyed babe a bit of earthly heaven Laughed at the c:e and flowers. A bow of promise made the prairie splen did This home their pride. But what began so well alas, soon ended. The promise died. Green is the spring when rich her gifts bestowing An hundred fold. But when hot winds are 'cross the parched earth blowing. Young hearts turn wan and old. Their plan and dreams their cheerful Iab;r wasted In dry and misspent years. The sp.-ing was sweet the summer bit ter ta steil, The autumn salt with tears. Now weeds and sunflowers hide their sometime yearning 'Twas theirs, ''is past God's w...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

J, BEST IS THE WORLD. ft I LJL . ----- . . x THE RISING SUli STOVE POLISH in cakes for general blacking of a stove. THE SI N PASTB POLISH for a ouick after-dinner snine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. Uore Brot. Tropt Canton, Mass., U.S. A. A Snake Story. Here is a snake story from a Bochua nalaml paper which we do not remem ber having seen before. A Barberton man, who soes to chr.rch regularly, was one day walking along the banks of Concession Creek eating a san-Jwich, and on account of the usual disparity between meat anil bread he threw the redundant piece into the wa ter. Immediately a swarm of yellow fish bubbled around it, fighting for the mouthful. The man searched his pock ets for fishing tackle, but all in vain, and was just beginning to die of de spair, when his eye lighted on a black snake. At that moment he remembered how his father used to tell him that black snakes were yvry expert In catching fish. He therefore grabbed the reptile by the tail, carried it to the r...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 July 1895

(Continued From Fifth Tage.) John Hansen was on the streets yes terday afternoon for the first time in several days. Mr.IIansen has. been con fined to the rouse with a severe at tack of ton-iii'its. The county olüeers-elect of the state will meet at Lake Maxenkuckee Thurs day of this week. The meeting will be called at 10 a. m., and is to arrange bus iness of importance. The Ilex. J. II. McKenzie, rector of Howe Grammar school, Lima, Ind., called upon liector Raymond this morn ing. The prospects of the school are in every way encouraging. A man with no family blames his lack of success to the fact that he had no one he cared to work for. A man with a family accounts for his failures by saying they drugged him down. If people understood how much of the physical sulTering incident to protracted seas !is of hot weather is due to the food they eat, there would be more common sense used in the selection of diet. Mr. Ed .Sands, who for some time has ; been operator at Davis station, has m...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

'to Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COüXTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 26,1893. Xü. nO. CS C3 i-Efl. iiiCipciiitii t 1 A man may not be an engineer, yet he can construct an engine ! That's Genius. We can induce our customers to buy our Goods ! That's Allman. Many men can draw large checks and get them cashed ! That's Capital. We may sign a check for $10,000 and no banker will cash it ! That's Hard. Others will sell Goods under cost so as to make sales ! That's Ruin. We adhere to small profits and quick sales !D That's Allman's. Many persons prefer to buy at Allmans ! That's Kindness. We could say a lot more of the Big Bargain Store, but won't ! That's Modesty. LOOK OUT FOtt HIM. A Slick Swindler Selling Cheap Cotton for a Rare Fibre at Extravagant Prices. j Xews has come to our ears of a slick swindler, who is operating in this coun ty and is probably in Plymouth to-day, at least he was last night, and the Ix ii:ri:Nii:.T, knowing this, deems it its duty to warn the ladies of the city and cou...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

L (Efye3nbepenbcnt ZI3IMEKMAA Jfc HM1TII, Publishers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. HUNTING FOR FIRES. QUEER DELUSION OF CHICAGO PEOPLE. Caused by Smoke from Blazing Miclii- can Forests-May lie u Short Session of Congress-John Bull Wants An other Island Brazil Prolest. Dense Smoke on the Lakes. Smoke from forest fires in Michigan, which has interfered so seriously with navigation at the lower end of th? lake for two wccTis rast, was driven south Ward hy the brisk north wind of Monday, end at noon Tuesday one eould not see over a mile out on the hike's surface from Chicago. The smoke rolled in out the city. Many people living near the shore were frightened Monday night by the mysterious smell of smoke which per vaded their rooms, and many a hunt for the source of the smoke was made through basements. Captains of incom ing boats reported that the smoke ex tended all over this end of the lake. As n general thins it is not quite so dense as at Chicago harbor, and they could gen eral...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

OMK people may think It the ; easiest thins: in the world to write a letter, but graceful letter-writing is an art; and it Is an undeniable fact that, notwithstanding the superior educational advantages of the present time, comparatively few women of the period can write a well-expressed note. The construction is apt to be awkward, and the whole production lacking in that indescribable stamp of culture which the note of a well-bred woman ought to possess. It is hard to say just how thia state of affairs has been brought about, for certainly this most essential part of a young woman's education has of late been apparently neglected. Thirty or more years ago note-writing was an accomplishment; to be sure, the diction was then somewhat labored and the style verbose, but every well-educated woman understood the art of writing letters and notes. It may be that the higher brandies of education are to day deemed of more Importance, and that the student's time is too engrossed "with them to...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

Cl?e 3nbcpenbcnt EutertM at the Plymouth Post ofiice as soroiul Viavs !iiattT. A. P.. ZIMMKUMAN. A. 1. .SMITH. I'.MToj.s AM) ri:';-i:iK:i:. srici:iiTiox ruin-:. On War Six Mouth-. .$l..- Tin: name. Marion, given the girl baby at (Iray (lables is a Fiench form of the name Mary. M is stil! going t Kin-ope without any reduction in its rates of exchange. ,. , 1.:- .,... I.v- ini: paper in:U ui th. mai.tij In 1 which news paper is made aie about to I enter into combination for the purpose j . ,: , : ...... t. ! Ol C1 'Hi; '.iiig u.e;r M o.oiei. n be sai l of this trust that i- ha- b .ugi.t the ::ewspapes. Tin-: Civic Federation vi Chicago has ! n.,v.-!!ia!i.'U'-:.(.dii-an-.:.ai-'n against ob-! ce :ei a ure, iL i . -1 . ... i envied that t: -:.'c:etv is n U;iH Iii I tari.et hut thai it has sti'ingth an 1. activity : largely Se' S oill to (in. i ..-1 -i ! . Mi:-.-::- Harvev a:..l liter are not .e-i:n' .-..-relv to i.imtv er ai;'.v..!red ' , ' ...V,4.V " - ... . dav i : 1 1 are la, to t..e ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

PLYMOUTH, Wednesday, August 7. THE WORLD'S LARGEST. GRANDEST. Great New Ethnological Congress OF STKAXCK AND SAYACK I'KOI'LK, Willi their lamiiits. huts, tents, weapons, implements, utensils and musical instruments. All Religion Represented Cannibals. Pagans. Idolaters. ! hi.Mhist s, Yishnus, Mohammedans. Confucians, Heathen, Christians, Sun and Fin Worshipers. TRIUJY OX MOKSICIJACK. Only Lady Clown. Only Lady Ringmaster. G Tel ncl Wa ter Ca rn i n 1 . ( litunpion Lou Kollinir, Ftmry Swimming jukI Tiirillinic Ilili Dives from the Hoof into 5 feet of Y;itiT. JOHANNA, the only living Giantess Gorilla in captivity in llie world. Grand and Magnifcent EQUESTRIAN TOURNAMENT With High and Lop,; Distance .lumping Horses, I'tjueslrian May-p V Dances, Fox Hunters meet and REAL COSSACK ENCAMPMENT, F.esidesall the marvelous teaturesof Iho Circus. Ilippodiome. Menageries Mid way Horse Fair, Flevated Stages, Museums and Aviary 1(H) Circus IViTornnTs, f() Arrialists, 40 IVtitc Ponies, 20 Clowns. 2...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

(Dje3n6qenbcnt CHURCHES. FIKST rilEsr.YTEKIAX CIIUKCH. Hf.nky M.i:i ipttk. I'astor. Kesmlar Sunday morning service, K::i. Kegular Sunday eveii inir service. 7:". Sallath m:1mm1. 1':. .luninr Endeavor St i ty, r.::M p. m. Senior Endeavor Society, p. in". Prayer Meeting every Tlmr lay eveiiiiis; at 7:3. Vomu lidies Auxiliary Society Monday evening. 1 .ad ieV Society, every Friday afternoon. lidies' Miionarv Society, lirst Wednesday in each month. Choir incetin;:. Saturday eveni'mr. .lohn W. Parks. Superin tendent o Sunday school; Mrs. W. It. Otttcalt. Organist. ST. MICIIAKIS CATHOLIC CIIUKCH. Ufa. L. A. Mokntit. I'astor. Karly Mas, 7:nt) a. in ; High Mass. ; a. in.; Cateeheoal In btruction. :30 p. in.; VesjKTS. 3 1. in. Mass. every morning. 7 :4:. (. 15. L. meets first and third Thursday of every month. St. boniface Society, lirst .Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CIIUKCH. IIkv. W. W. I:ymo.mi, Hector. Kegular Sundav morning; service. 10:3o a. in. Kegular Sunday evening ser...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

Men and Boys ... op ... Marshall County! Your Attention is Respectfully Called to the Great Clothing Sale Now in Progress at the Store of IS North of Postoffice, Do You Wish to Buy a Suit? Do You Wish to Save Money? f You do, Attend this Sale from Saturday, July 20 to 27, 1895. LOCAL EVENTS. ::o.m fkiuay daily. Earl North went to Walkerton Ia-t night. traw hats at c -ft at M. Allman cc Sou's. Me:;'- Harvest (Hoves 23 cviits at Ball Sc Carabm's. Highest market price for v."Cil at M Allmaii A Son's-. Mr ami Mrs. Welch of Grovertown, traded in Plymouth to-day. Oliver plows cheaper than ever be fore. .T..hii Y. Astley & Son. Mrs. O. Agler, of Chicago, who is here for her health, is improving. Hammocks for 50 cents at the Peo ples lrug Store this week. Ex-Mayor Longley, of South Bend, was in Plymouth yesterday. lT(;h:ish every Friday can always be found at Kuhu's meat market. Giles Capron and Will Martin spent the day at Maxenkuckee Thursday. Genuine solid-comfort plows and re pairs ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

VASSAR PIE. Crlre me a spoon of oleo, ma, And the sodium alkali, For I'm going to make a pie, mamma, I'm going to make a pie. For John will be hungry and tired, ma And his tissues will decompose; Bo give me a gramme of phosphate, ! And the carbon and cellulose. Now give me a chunk of caselne, ma, i To shorten the thermic fat; tAnd hand me the oxygen-bottle, ma, ; And look at the thermostat: And if the electric oven's cold. Just turn it on half an ohm. For I want to have supper ready As soon as John comes home. 'How pass me the neutral dope, mamma. And rotate the mixing machine. But give me the sterilized water first And the oleomargarine, 'And the phosphate, too. for now I think, The new type-writer's quit, 'And John will need more phosphate food To help his brain a bit. Chicago News. A WESTERN WOOING. PEOPLE had become ratbpr tlro-1 of the romance. Perhaps in part because it had ceased to be ro mantic When first Andulasia Steb bius had come out from Illinois to live with her mother...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

BEST IK THE WORLD. ' w W V r V (( THE RISINO SUN STOVE POLISH in cakes for general blacking of a stove. THE SUN PASTB POLISH for a q'.:ick after-dinner shine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. Mors Bros.. Props.. Canton. Mass.. U.S.A. UniVERSiTY OF NOTRE DAME Main EuiMins. J The Fifty-second Year Will Open TUESDAY, si:i"x :si, IHStrj. FI LL CurRSE i Classics. Lerta.s. Science. Law, Civil and Mechani cs Enjinesring. Thoren jh Preparrlory and Cinunercial courses. St. Edward's Hall, for boys under 13. 1 imtnne In the compk-tcnetw if in cjr.lp:n-;!l. A limited numtx-r cf candidates for the eecl'tlartieal tr.te will received at sp -clal raU-i Catalogues -ut free on aipl.catlu to 11EV. AXOKKW MOKKIS-jEY, C. S. C Notre Dame, Indiana. Hooks Worth a Small Fortune. The highest price ever paid for a sec ond folio Shakespeare was given In London the other day at the sale of the late Karl of Oxford's library. This was the lirst and purest copy known of the Second Folio Shakespeare. 1G.'I2, in ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 26 July 1895

CDf?e3nbepenbent ADDITIONAL LOCALS. FliOM THURSDAY! DAILY. 1. A. Hall is in Knox on business. This is the day to sow turnip seed, (lid Plain went to Marmont last week. II. A. Logan went to Knox last night. Sitrmund Maver went west this morn- IE g- Mrs. J. AV. Houghton is in Argos to day. Treasurer Vink was in Pourbon yes terday. John Cullen went to In wood this morning. A. J. Pall is doing business at Uour bon to-day. AV. II. Xewhouse is in Chicago on business. Miss Lilian Knoblock is visiting in Ureraen. John W. Uaugher lett for Indian apolis to-day. Miss Iris Thompson went to Lal'az this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters are in Argos to-day. When the heart speaks glory of itself it is an illusion. Mr. Augustus I loppy is confined to his home with stomach trouble. Mrs. John Patterson has gone to Ft. Wayne for medical treatment. Per. AW O. Lattimore removed his furniture to Chicago yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. II. Ilumrichouser re turned trom Chicago last evening. Any man who is true to...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

i V Hairglh) cm epe Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1895. No. 41. Conaety rod (SM A man may not be an construct an ensrme ! We can induce our Goods ! Many men can draw them cashed ! That's Capital. We may sign a check for $10,000 and no banker will cash Others will sell Goods make sales ! We adhere to small profits and quick sales !D Many persons prefer We could say a lot more of the Big Bargain Store, but won t ! O'BLENIS IS A PAVORITE. Committed to Jail in Default of Bonds JJut is Not Locked Up. It is a fact which has excited consid erable comment that ILC.O'Blenis who has, in default of $800 bonds, been committed to jail on a serious criminal charge, is not in jail. OTilenis is the people's prisoner, committed by the peo ple to a place specially provided, by the people, at much expense for tlfe safe keeping of those who, for the preserva tion of law and to the end that justice may be don?, must be detained and safely kept. If R. C. O'Blenis has passe...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

(Lf?e3nbcpcnbcnt ZI3IMEHMA?)' Ac SMITH, Publishers and Proprleior PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. EOADS AHE WAENED. MUST CARE BETTER FOR LIVE STOCK IN TRANSIT. Impressive Ceremonies at a Monu ment Unveiling at Louisville Loss of a Superannuated Schooner and Carso Youthful Firebus Confesses- Morton's Humane Order. Comparatively frequent complaints hare boon filed at the Agricultural De partment alleging violations of the law by railway companies in keeping live stock in transit coniineel in cars for over twenty-four continuous hours, the legal allotted limit, or failing to give the stock five continuous hours of rest when unload ed. Most of the complaints involve West ern roads. Secretary Morton is deter mined that the laws regulating the trans portation of stock shall be enforced, and has sent to all railway companies en gaged in live stock transportation a cir cular insisting on strict compliance with the law, in which he says: "The failure of the railway companies to conform to this law causes...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

HAÄTEY AND HÖRE. GOLDBUG IS WALLOPED BY THE "COIN" MAN. Silver Has Clearly the Best of It in the Financial Debate at Chicago The United States Could Control the Fi nancial World. The Crime of 73. W. II. Ilnrvcy, author of Coin's Fi nancial School, and Koswcll P. llorr, n goldbug writer on the New York Tri bune, engaged in a debate on the silver question in Chicago. The debate was conducted on a novel plan. It was a series of meetings lasting eight days and about three hours a day. In which the disputants in ten minute speeches took either the alSnnative or negative of any proposition, at pleasure. Every phase of the silver question was han dled. Mr. Ilorr is regarded as one of the ablest champions of the goldbug cause, while the ability of Mr. Harvey Is attested by evidence of the strongest character. No other writer on any economic question has ever in so short n period of time exerted such a marked Influence on the public mind. Any candid reader, taking the report as given of the ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

Ctl?e3nbepcnbcnt at the riyinoiith I -t offloe as stvoml-f:a-s niatttT. :!M.MKi:.MAN, A. 1. SMITH, i i:T'i s ami ri:ii-j:u.iii:. r !( i:n i ion ritici-:. ;K- . . 75. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. ii!i:'!Mvvnie:us are it: üii.ir steadily on at the Franklin house. T::o Walter I.. Main circus will Le in L:i!'o: te Angu.st 10. M ::tnv!i has j;ive:i oat the contract inr :i water works system, costing "Work has been commenced upon the electric line between S' nth Pend ami Mio-'-..vuka. ,., . ... the s u:itv 1 reasiuvr s o.hct, getting aei'w. i.iied with Ins i'utuie duties. Kx--heriii Sheld-n P. Ihrrk-k, of U.-rtt i county Ir.-.-i I.ten appointed guard at tl. IT.,- acce; Kiel this . I: Prison .North, bv Wurden Oi )elp , Ohio, has a pt-;:tion hire with (leo el::n;d: the tailor and v. s's future home. Mvnis. according to the make Preii'iCn i:n.. - 1 1..- ir-T thai I'lymouth is md t!ie only that docs ii'f. give its bull club e crowd when they play ball. . Lai'orte business Men:? Ass cia- hohling nu clin...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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