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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

i^ I TTOES FOR 1894ytnhismeans Distinguished Citizens and Literatuers Write Mottoes for the Review. Brief, bat Noble, Sentiments for the Guid ance of Our Readers during-the Coming Year. In response to a Request for New Years Thoughts These are Given. Harrison, Douglass. Reid, Swing and Ed munds Among the Contributors. Aldrich, Warner and Dana Also Give a Bit I of Good Advice. About a week ago the Review reques a number of noted and justly distin guished Americans to write for the Re view a motto for 1894 some brief sentiment which they believed to be ap propriate to the year before us. As a result, we are able this week to present to our reader? as nice a group of origi nal contributions as has ever been pub Liished in a Minnesota paper. The con tributors, it will be noticed, include men in the front rank of public affairs and literary circles, while the sentiment in It each instance is becoming the author. •'i Each one will constitute good advice to evtrv reader of the Review. EX-P...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

y%$$&F %w:. 8- §N£\7$ vlllrr) f\G\7icra 5 IJ.Wednesday, Dc.-e.nbtT 27, 1S93. QR. L. A. FRITSCHE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON., Female Diseases a Specialty. Oififis in W. Boeseh's NeWJBriok. Bloek Hew Ulm, Minn X~)R. A. HARDEN, .'/' RESIDENT DENTIST. Office, fiornor Minnesota and lsi H. Street' NEW U*4M, MINN. ••.•••eth eii'-iue1 without pain by the use of a I. i:•-••'.• a t»r nut'ous oxide gas. L. G. BELL, Uesidont Dentist Office in the Meridian Block. F.F.XV ULM, MINN." Teeth oxtvactod without pain by tho ntest approved niothods. 7)11. E11IL MUELLER Calls either in the v^ity or country prompt}'/ and satisfactorily attended toJ o«uce in the Majorj1s Floor. Jjlock, Second E W UL3I MINNJ «i pit. A. KOEHJNL, Veterinarif surgeon.-* Ifavin"- treated sick animals for year* c: .n conscientiously recommend my self to all who need the services of a uupet/Mifc Veterinary. Orders may bt* l.jt'L at Union Hotel or Olson's Drug Store. N E W ULM, MINN. A E. BEHNKE, D. V. S. hmm emi DERTIS .J •\f«r.f...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

I i" I V/omen Will Vote as usual at the next school election out for many candidates. Theygiv* a unanimous vote—every day in tto week—in favor of RIM'S WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP because they know it has no equal as a labor and temper saver on wash-day. The "White Russian" is a great soap to use in hard or alkali water. Does not roughen or injure the hands—is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics. A S S KIRK & CO., Chicago. Makes the Skin Soft and Smooth.* handles nothing but the purest- A full stock of E S O I E A I E S SOAPS. ST A I O N and SCHOOL, S I E S constantly on hand. 1 Standard A I N S & OIL A N I S E S S E S and GLASS For a good smoke try our leading nickel cigars. I a E '"NewUlm.M'in F.BURGn Manufacturer of and Dealer in JAR 8, PIPES. Corner Minn and Centre Str. New Ul Minn BREWER AND 31ALSTER N E W I N N Thi.« brewery is one tb" large*' esiabKstomonts of irs kind in the invest)1 a Valley and i»fittf-dop withall tbeuiodern improvi ments. Keg and bot lle beer furn...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

JieW UlnnjtfHW P.W.JOHNSON,.Editor and Prop Wednesday, January 3, 1894. WHAT YOU CAN'T ESCAPE. A List of Personal Property Taxes in Some of Our Towns. TOWN OF STARK. School Dist 10. $ cts. Jamalka Math 2 77JTurbes Peter 8 44 Laux Martin 16|Turbes Hubert 09 School Dist. 24. HartmanHry sr 10 51 School Dist. 25. Diddle Mary 1 30 Hopkins Ed 2 Dungan W 4 15 Meiner W VV 5 Groebner John 6 34 Sherman Maeti 3 GroebnerMaria 3 70 Slocnm Heo-er Jos 2 5G Winaborn 3 Humphery A 4 721 Weis Clement 3 School Dist. 27- Bangatz Ferdi 3 33jPelzl Fred 5 Friton Hugo 08jRosenthal Hry German jr 08jRaschkaFrk 2 Genua sr 5 97 Schueller John 2 GrundmeierHr 5 SljSchueller Bern 2 HartmanHry jr 5 76|Soukop John 4 Keegan Frk 3 21 WanderseeAlb 3 Lang Anton jr 78 Weiz Michl 5 Lukas John 3 48 Windhorn Wm 5 Lang Anton sr 2 82' Woolley N N 2 PlotzFred 2 671 School Dist. 33. Eckstein Geo 4 37IProkosch John 3 Prokosch Geo 4 37|Schroepfer Frz 5 SchoolDist. 39. Bock Christ 2 79Humphery Berg Hry jr 2 75 Berg Hry sr 2 41 Bra...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

Clifford, BlacTcman A Boston Boy's Eyesight Saved—Perhaps His Life Iloa&'s Sarsaparilla—Blood Pol soned by Canker. ^Eead the following from a grateful mother: "My little boy had Scarlet Fever when 4 years old, and it left him very weak and with blood poisoned with canker. His eyes became soinflamed that his sufferings were intense, and for seven weeks he Could Not Open His Eyes. I took him twice during that tune to the Eye and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their remedies failed to do him the faintest shadow of good. I commenced giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla and it soon cured him. I have never doubted that it saved his sight, even not his very life. You may use this tes timonial in any way you choose. I am always ready to sound tho praise of Hood's SarsaparflSa because of the wonderful good it did my son." ABBXE F. BLACKMAN, 2888 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S. HOOD'S PlLLS are hand made, aad are per. feet in composition, proportion and appearance. THE LYON &...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

KILLED OFFIOEBS. Thirty Miners From Frazier, la., Go to Dayton to Break Up a Dance. They Fatally Wounded the City Marshal and a Deputy—Eleven I Jail. he City a a at St. a in a a a S a a E S O I N E S a 3.—A dispatch from Dodge says 30 miners a me from Frazie to Dayton, broke a dance and fatally the city a a and a deputy. Eleven of the rioters are in iail. S A E A O he it a a a St a in a a a I re S T. A E S Minn., a 3.—Village Marshal Reicplinger is in a dangerous condition, with slight chances of re covery, from a knife in the throat inflicted by one C. S. Ingalls, a profligate sign painter. Ingalls became boisterous at a dance in the village hall and as removed by the marshal and he loitered outside waiting for the marshal to come out W the marshal came out they at the corner of the street Ingalls at him it a large pocket knife and struck under the left ear, severing some of the arteries. Ingalls is in jail, and the knife has been found where he re it. N a a a S re a of S a O E A K...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

•ti \l THE SECRETARY BIRD. ie Cool Manner In Wl.i.li it Kills a Saalits, Its Natural Prey. As soon as the secretary bird, or ake eater, of South Africa discovers I snake, it advances toward it without "tarry and without hesitation, and when "lthin striking distance it immediately levates its crest and the feathers of the ieck, and without losing any time de livers a blow with its foot. If the snake pas avoided the blow and attempts to Jtrike back, the bird interposes a wing, us receiving the deadly fangs harm lessly upon the long feathers and im mediately strikes again. The fight is then virtually over, for if the secretary gets in a single blow the snake's back is broken, and the bird, lightninglike, plants its foot firmly on the reptile's neck and head, pressing them into the ground, while it delivers the coup de grace with its beak, and then deliberately swallows the snake whole, beginning at the tail, and just before the head disappears, giving it an enthusiastic parting rap on ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 3 January 1894

& Binders Mowers Threshers Horses Klossner & Mueller DEALERS IN Shelf Hardware & Farm Implements. We handle the Minneapolis Binders, the best in the market. Th Walter A- Woods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are excelled by none. Get them of us. J, I. Case Agitator and Minnesota call on us for prices Plows & Cultivators Scales and aiming- Mills 21,477,212 People admitted to the World's Fair Grounds. Universally accepted as the Leading Fin Coffe of the World. Chase and Sanborn coffee makes an excellent drink. It is pleasant to the taste and decidedly healthful. j^g^Bear in mind also that we lead in the grocery and crockery line. You only have to visit the store to be convinced. Our aim: To sell the best of everything. £ay, Yo NEE Chiet, It will nay you to Th Deer and Norwegian Plows and Riding and Walking Cul tivators have no equal. They are the best and cheapest. Wagons and carriages In Wagons and carriages we carry the largest stock in the city. They include th...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

ANOTHER LETTER OF LIHD. The Ex-Congressman Offers Some Severe Strictures on our Financial Legislation. He Looks Forward to the Day When the Slumbering Conscience of the People will be Aroused. A Reckoning for the Gold Champions May then be Demanded that will be both Kuthless and Exacting. To-Day Public Opinion is Only Dissemin ated by the Wires of the Western Union. In the Worthington Advance of last week, there appeared a splendid letter florn Hon John Lind ot this eity. It was on the silver and gold questions* and strikes such a popular chord that v\ give it to our readers in full: Editor Advance: In response to your lequest for "a letter on the silver ques tion," I can only take time to pen a few words by way of obsequy. By the giace of Grover Cleveland and "Wall Street politics the Sherman silver law has been unconditionally repealed and silver as a mony metal has ceased to ovist. Those who feel so disposed can now join with Grover in congiatulating the adnnnistiation and the co...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

I jV wNe«3 dlnj 3 Wednesday, January, 10 1894. EAST WKST No 2.4° A I 1$ 3:25 A.M No'6t ?'0O». N 3 4-31 P.M. No 4t ?-0SP. M. I No. i$ 1155 No 18J «-r. P, TM I No 21* 6 iOP,M No. 22J 7 30 P. M. No 15H 12.25 M. *Dailyexccpl Monday. Daily except Sunday. On Sunday only W. H. HEIDEMAN.V, QR. L. A. FRITSCHE, rjR A. A E I N Agen t. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Female Diseases a Specialty. Office in W. Boesch's Now'Briok Block. JSew Ulm. Mica li IZSIJ) FN li EN TIP T. Ottico, Corner Miua„soU and 13- 11. Street NEW BLH3, MLNN. iet,ii oitr ictpd wltho'it po'n bv tho nse of ^IL. L. G. BELL, Her-»iiT viic Era?list. OPic" ihs Meridian Block RW LLAJ, MINN. Teeth extracted -i'iinut pain by tho atest approved methods. 7R. EMIL MUELLER VctaiLiry £^j2o'j Qsutis*. Calls either in^the v,ity or country piomptly and satisf.ict-,.:./ attended to. Oiuce in the a 'jiock, Second Floor. ^EW ULM MINX. J)li. A. KOEHJKi., Ycteri/Mii'y Surgeon. Having treated sick animals for year* I can conscicatiou«ly recommend my '.i...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

Mr. Milne was then asked by Chaii in E »W \\K\ had cl.iinied in hi* apphc ui") 11 it td been 51.111 ed a Stir tf lo, Minnesota without ii lie 1. plied that he did not know at tin. tiuu what was meant by a State citiikate, an 1 th«t he had under stood a certain statement relative to the giant'ui^ oi.i Pilne 1 pal's Certificate in case of his election to the Prineipalship of a Sf ite Il'gh School to be equivalent to the 51 m^ino- ot a Mate* Certificate. The Chan man then .isked Mr. Milue whether he now holds a btate Certificate. Mr. Milne lefu^ed to answei this question. Mr. Milne\ a'te ntion was then called to the following statements contained in his application "I am a graduate of the Clinton Collegiate Institute and the Ottawa X01 in il School, taking the full coiuse in each. I am also an under-grad uate of Toionto University." He was asked by the Chairman during what year 01 yeais he attended Toronto Univeisity. lie replied, that this question would be answeied in his biographica...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

if Your Cistern Outo Of der er Scft Water is scarce^ don't worry yourself for a moment— 7) right ahead and use hard water with nd you'll never know the difference. The clothes will be just as white, clean and sweet-smelling, because the "White Russian" is specially adapted for use in hard water. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Dusky Diamond Tar Soap. A\ 1 l.v. Best Soap for Bands. The Mock! handles nothing but the purest Drugs and A full stoo1: of PERFUMES. TOI LET ARTICLES, SOAPS, STA' TIONERY and SCHOOL SUP PLIES constantly on hand.' Standard PAINTS & OIL, VAR- NISHES BRUSHES and GLASS. For a £o»d smoke try our leading nickel cigars. OLSEN. Mardian Block New Ultn. Minn F.BURG Manufacturer of and Dealer in CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES- Corner Minn, and Centre Str. Minn New Ulm John Hauenstein BreWer A*D MaJts* Our brewery is one of the 'argent in the went. It is :ilso splendidly equipped and the product is of the finest quality. Ask for Hauenstein's beer if you want a good-tasting ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

ipM ^*.t 4 f^f flew Ulm Review F. W- JOHNSON, Editor and Proj Wednesday, January 10, 1894. EXAMINERS WERE JUST. Undeniable Pacts that Sustain Nix in Every Action. No Grounds Por his Discharge for Milne's Sake. That Individual Found to be Utterly Unreliable. A Strange Composition of Check, False hood and Imposition. Believing that the public are interes ted to a greater degree in the publication of facts than in spiteful assertions, the Review has undertaken to give its rea ders the facts regarding the Examiners' treatment of Teacher Milne by a com plete and verbatim~report of the inin ntes of all the meetings cf the Board in which said individual was interested. They are lengthy, but interesting. They show up Milne's character at the same time that they exonerate Nix and Eck stein of all charges of unfairness. Minutes of Board of Examiners, Nov. 6, 1893. Meeting called by Chairman. The Board met in the office of the Chair man. Present, Jos. A. Eckstein and R. Nix. Whereas this Board...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

mmmm 3SK3& Hre. Mary Hadley Otter Creek, Me. E to a a If rci Trill take time to read this letter, I would ilic to tell you what Hood's Sarsaparilla has da:.: fji- me. Three years ae I wa3 taken with clri.s r.nd fever, and although I slept in a cold rcxi, even in winter, I would lind the light- 19 est bee clothing too warm and would perspire till I cculd not speak, then I would have chills and w»uld shake so it would seem as if made the hoise tremble. Three physicians attended me at iiiferent times, but did not help me, and I I Die But I read so much of what Hood's Sarsapa rilla -was doing for others, I thought I would try it, ant I believe it has saved my life. I am on seventh bottle and am now in good hoalU. Do not have chills or fever, and feel that 1 cannot praise Hood's Sarsap&riila enoujh since it has done me so much good." MRS. MARY C. HADLEY, Otter Creek, Me. Pil!s do not purge, pain or gripe, but a3t promptly, easily and efficiently. 25c. $50 0 Eeward! \Te will pay t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

1/ 1. ffi% 4 if 4f* 4 /EXAMINERS WEREJUST .•K, (Continued from 4th page.) make and vise false statements in his application for a position as teacher in this school and district, and in the state ments made and claimed by him as to liis educational and professional attain ments, and for his conduct unbecoming a teacher and a gentleman, hereinbefore referred to. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED by the School Examiners that a duplicate orig inal of this order be served on said W. A. Milne on or before December 15th, 1893. ,.'• Dated NewUlm, Minn., December 14th, 1893. R. Nix, Secretary, School Examiners Attest' Jos. A. Eckstein, Chairman* School Examiners." Board then adjourned to Dec. 22,1893. Attest: R. Nix, Sec'y. Jos. A. Eckstein, Chairman. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present, Examiners Eckstein, Schaller, and Nix, and Mr. W. A. Milne. By a majority vote the Board decided to go into executive session for the purpose of ar.tin«» 'jpon 1he ordfci to show cause why Mr. Milne's special te...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

S¥5$T^ t. 5 erf '35s? is From the JfeW Ulm RevieVv F.W. JOHNSON, Editor and Prop Wednesday, January 10, 1894. COME TO THE WORST. An Arbitrary School Board Re moves Prof. Nix. Without Any Cause Whatever they Give the Schools a Terrible Blow. In A Spirit of Revenge they At tempt to Get Even for Milne's Removal. The Scheme Had its Birth Over Two Years Ago. Nix's Action as a Member of Examining Board Taken For an Excuse. Hornburg the Father of the Re solution and Reim the Spokesman. They Alleged Neglect of Duty on the Part of Nix, but Failed to Prove it. The Action a Positive Injury to our Best Institution. The Discharge FollowedImmed iately by Miss McCaughin's Resignation. Two Splendid Educators are thus Got Rid of to Satisfy a Spite. Friday evening the unfortunate happened. The public schools of the city received a^blow from which they will not recover for years to come. The school board met in regular session and took upon itself the blame and disgrace of remov ing from office, uncer...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

tit /-r«'* Tr.:: •:':Jh\ \\2r-. in IZJ: -„vjn icwti you can 3 a ?O J- v.*.. 11 Jr.? 4 These four ":-.-'. th-- li-n-rqr'ad 1 '..:.'J..LasJ: .-.,J.It,i .. i5 5 jF ir»k--: .e r. -, .-. •, irr.^its $ ~ve— I £. 7* E" '."_ 7 Or-iC 111:! A30Y5 EfiSNDS :. :JL.':EJ :X "nic :N: S E -,,' Never too Late :«to: a good watch or clock or .iiiy other favorite piece of jewelry or silverware. W like to take pains With repairing of every sort to do it ijJeptly, skillfully, satisfactorily. If k'ur knives, forks, or spoons need iplating, bring them to us O if ,*y'our watch needs to be cleaned and •djusted. O if those eye-glasses lave snapped a re W do .ill kinds of engraving and carry a j| :omplete stock of fine jewelry, silver ipd plated ware, clocks and watches I F. W. Hauenstein W keep the Quick=Windin Waterbury, $4 to $25 Qood Goods. .„ Lowest priQg ,*'J My))! tim is to furnish the peul^ple what they want at wall times///in Goo,'iils and Gywoceries. Stoc-K new & well selected S W ULM. (Opposite A...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 10 January 1894

4" tx- ^Vo£^js^*H#f? Binders Mowers Threshers Horses Jay,Yo "Tr^ ^3 DEALERS IN Shelf Hardware & Farm Implements. We handle the Minneapolis Binders, the best in the market. The Walter A- Woods, the Crown, and the Buckeye Machines are excelled by none. Get them of us. J, I. Case Agitator and Minnesota Chiet, Lt wui nay you to call on us for prices Plows & Cultivators The Deer and Norwegian Plows and Riding and Walking Cul tivators have no equal. They are the best and cheapest. Wagons and carriages In Wagons and carriages we carry the largest stock in the city. They include the Fish Bros, and Weber Lumber wagons and the Climax and Racine buggies and carriages. We can give you good figures on all. Scales and aiming Mills As agents for the Fairbanks and Victor platform scales, we think we can give the public better bargains than you can get elsewhere We handle also the best grades of nning mills and in fact all other kinds of farm implements. Served Exclusively to the 21,477,212 ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 17 January 1894

VOLUME XY I. NO 4. THE PROPOSED INCOME TAX Ex-Congressman Lind Discusses the Pro posed Oorporation Tax. The Deceptiveness of the Measure Clearly Pointed Out. ITot a Tax on Incomes so much as on Pro duction. A Letter to the Keview which is Full of Good Points. Ex-Congressman John Lind of this city has written the following letter for the Review and we commend it to the care ful and thoughtful perusal of all our readers. Editor Review: In response to your request for an expression of my views on the "income tax" which it is proposed to levy to make up for the loss of revenue resulting to the government from the enactment of the pending tariff bill, I shall only discuss the proposition sugges ted by the president in his message to Congress. That proposition is notto tax individual incomes, but to tax the in comes of 'corporations. As it is only this latter scheme that lias received Mr. Cleveland's sanction it is safe to assume that an "income tax" properly speaking will not be passed b...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm review. — 17 January 1894

W 1 •S\ &> 1 4 THEPEOPOSED INCOME TAXthat Hx-Oone ressman Lind Discusses the Pro posed Oorporation Tax. The Deceptiveness of the Measure Pointed Out. Clearly Hot a Tax on Incomes so much as on Pro duction. A Letter to the Review which is Pull Good Points. of Ex-Congressinan John Lind of this city has written the following letter for the Review and we commend it to the care ful and thoughtful perusal of all our readers. Editor Review: In response to your request for an expression of my views on the "income tax" which it is proposed to levy to make up for the loss of revenue esulting to the government from the enactment of the pending tariff bill, I shall only discuss the proposition sugges ted by the president in his message to Congress. That proposition is not to tax individual incomes, but to tax the in comes of jcorporations. As it is only this latter scheme that has received Mr. Cleveland's sanction it is safe to assume that an "income tax" properly speaking will not be pa...

Publication Title: New Ulm Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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