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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 May 1892

t\ J. i This is a spe cial offer. We sell them at this price to in troduce them, regular price is 875.0 0. WE ARE WHOLESALE MANUFAC HITCH HIM TO TH E THE MOST rf N E OURBEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATEDFREE. CATALOGUE A NEW 7 0^ O, 4 $ W* INDIANA RANGE CO. MANUFACTURERS "OP WROUGHT STEEL RANGES /Guaranteed to be the most eco nomical, most durable and most perfect Range on the market. Suitable for hard or soft coal, or wood. Send for catalogue to INDIANA RANGE CO. EVAWSVILLE, TND. |ODY swings liuleptmlent fiom th" sreir or axle, making it absolutely tieo fiom hoi motion. Guannteejl to iule as ea^y as any four-wheeled \chule Geai .illhteelaiulwiniiciit uon. Se.itran be laised 01 lo^ered with- out umowmj bolts. .is to adjust to lieiw oi li_h Moi^lit. The best looker, the e.ihiist lu'ei. and the best selling vehicle in the woild. Manufactuied by The Rmlin Cart Co., Charlesto n, W Va. Construction covered by Ten distinct pat"nt clamiss. W i ite to rnauut tun. i& tor pi icts and tei i.is, Buckeye...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 May 1892

4 ,-i i it If i s. I I K Ijf* Warren Sheaf. .T.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, may jtb, 1892. HE stingy Now Yorkors have Inst commenced the erection of n, fit ting monument over the grave of General Grant. President Harrison laid the corner stone with a gold trowel Inst week. THERK is a lively fight on in Polk county between two rivnl candidates for the Allinnw nomination for con gress viz., Andrew 8teenerson and Senator Lomnien. Don't fight, boys the Republicans will elect the congressman this year, OPPOSITION to president Harrison eems to grow stronger as the time for the national convention draws nigh. The talk of Hhuno 1ms revived. Quay, Clark-son", Heed, Washburn, and other lenders are not mvorabk to the president. Ue is nursing a presidential boomlet himself. Un less Blnineenn be induced to come ontnsn candiilate, the opposition i.- not likely to he able to concentrate on any man strong enough to defeat Harrison. And Harrison is all right. !1L- HE Democratic party ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 May 1892

I 1 Volume .XI1. l-'c ire II:KS liv:\?icii to negotiate Real lisdiie Lo.rs on ueio plan, zS.virbvtlv hwi is h.iiJ Kiel in SWJII /".v,///// \7/.s. uS -lc7v jj?c Jjorrov. cr :e!!l Jin.! his tn.v/.we lilted in a ,.,7/-.s--/'.? 'i'-v -X" lll-O til,' I' 'Hi i'uii'fai to s:-. lo-ni-o.,,. S. A. Man !i urnei in !'Ox M,,:ida in-. .U( A a i lo.-k i 1 i i i nr.\r ha "on: ii i i a a ancv rat:' i I..-'!, ].a.'.nii I in- i wt bow it tor s.'/e. (X yjh'i: C~ OLSON. A Word to on? Satecrloers and Siir. !i:i !i'I'M iihout a home own ,'V"t- i! p:ir*"ed com panv v. We I! oi ii ii v\. wan Is. I- or years .'ini^| wi th [Livi ng rent pi-.-s.'iii nii:ir! TS un wh en !:V i{:!y \W Wi'i'C illi'.iJ'JiKvl M'llt won!.! raised, we felt mi '-oiuii! wit !i ii:- request. It a i i)-,i.' i-v:- since we j^ol -ion to some day fo i Si i di: :r iii i would i i: i"! the cii ya have. (.o.',.-v,--,'. ii.-i-i.j.-ii in erect a mi .'.hmnii!.-.. kin. I inovijiir lia "1"- '-'Vf-ru i here ist O place ii'. iiMii ,'v,.|| ii' it li,. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 May 1892

MM Vol um-G XT J. IVe tire note ftrrfjiea to negotiate Real F.staie Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this zvay the borrozv er vill find bis mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising bozc it zcas done. Erg" Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. A Word to our Subscribers and FriaiKls. The SHH\F has been without a home of its own ever since it parted com I:m. with \V. U. Edwards. For years we liii ve sti'iiufe wit Ii pa ni-' rent, tor our present quarters, and when the ijui" il.i.v i' were informed t4wt tlte"reut would be raised, wo felt un able to comply wit the request. It has been out- hojx' e\e since wo ot in possession to be able some ln to buiid a SHI:AK build'mir that would he a credit to us am i the city, but we ha ve no', been able to lay aside inn none\ for such an nmiertuUng. We have, however. d't hied erect it lnnldiuii-ot some kind, knowing tliat "be it ever so humble, there is no pi nee like homo," even if it, be "plas tered wi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 May 1892

1^ I i i "r *f r mmmmm^^mmmmm/Km, ,f-- "Vfr*^ hrren^hedf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ I I MINN. AT the age of 95 ev-Gov. Nathaniel S..Berry, of New Hampshire, is said to be the oldest living- ex-governor. ACCORDING to Puck, in England they lu the pavements on top of the din.. Here they put the dirt on top of the pavements. HAVING los in England all the money she got in this country Mrs. Langtry has bought some more Paris dresses end ill come back to make another fox tune. HE emperor of China does not stir out much in wet eather. jphis is due In part to the fact that it takes ten men to carry his umbrella, and it is dif ficult to get them away from the fantan table all at once. P\ms is becoming a verj' disagreeable locality for people who have ^ensithe nerves and prefer to lie quietly in their beds. Americans, in fact, are a great deal safer at home than when squan dering their good money on foreigners. A Sw i^s doctor is reported to have succeeded in getting photog...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 May 1892

i i I i ^ufte/B*'! i JOHN P. VlTaON, Ed tor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. 3 sins tho Farmer D^i htcr, bora To malse tlic farm life cheery, W ho singing at her task ai morn, At tven tide not weary, Has stul a song, and still a smilo For ev er li\ .ng creature. And lips that speak no word cf guile, And face, and form, and feature So full of life and health, the farm In her sees nature sweetest charm. In vays her own she li\es to learn bonie i.st ful lesson daily, And from life round of care can turn To question widely, gayly, All things, that growthe earth, the sky, And fruits and flowers in season, And alw a getting some reply That satisties her reason. And uisfied, she comes to know All useful things the earth can grow. Dumb creatures own her constant care, And learn her steps to follow, And broods of chickens, far away. In dustj beds to wallow, Obe\ her c..ll and run and flj, The mother hens contented To gather with them a supply Of food in haunts frequented ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 May 1892

Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, (May 12th, 1892. POLITI CS swell poverty make strange bed fellows. WYOMI NG sends two women alter nate delegates to the Minneapolis convention. A LADY won the fu prize in the interstate oratorical contest a Minneapolis. SO ME ONE has said that this is a f?ood year for self ma dp men bat not for selfmade rniitlirintra. THE Thief River Fnlls Press brings forward ImC. Kiehardson as a can didate for county attorney in Polk county. JOHN- T,IND says that he is not a candidate for governor, and further more that he favors the nomination of KnniP.Nelson. THE house has passed the 21-foot channel bill in spite of the opposi tion of objector Holmnn. This bill is in the interest of every wheat mi ser in the Northwest. O 128 interviews made by the Minneapolis Tribune nraong the del egat es to List week's state conven tion, T.'l fin or Nelson, 2 8 Ives, l:i Mcfiill, Clapp, and 5 Heatwole. THE following delegates at large to the Republica...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 May 1892

7^ 51 i Volume m\ W'.fc*- )Ve are now prepatca to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a tew yearshardly leaH^ing how it was done. iC^T'Famis for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News P. Nilsson, .of Stephen, spont yesterday in (bo city. Dr. Brown, dentist, has located perm.iuentlv in tbe city, ()fto Edwnrdh will move into C. llohln's icsidence on Central J'.'irk avenue. Albert, Slee is with W. Flan ders M]u-itii, for tbe .Nmv York Life Insurance Co. Miss MnjyoiV Lou^hrid* spent Sunday at home. She is teaching school in Alma, Thomas Russell, one of Stephen's enterprising business men, was in to wn yesterday. Mrs. 1. J. MeCillan started Mon day for Chicago on a visit, and the Dr. is lonely and sad. V.\ C. Taylor returned to Minto, Ts:. D. on Monday. His familv will .stay here for the present. Dest Patent Flour only $2.00. F. FEKUUSON, Mg'r Service in tho Norweg...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 May 1892

*N JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. A BLACKSMITH 'S tools of the present day are almost identical with those iibed in the same trade ov er three hun dr ed years ago OKLAHOMA has a divorce law where by marital bunds can be severed after ninety days' residence and both probate and district courts have jurisdiction. SOMK one has figured out that it ould take forty years for all the water in the groat lakes to pour ov er Niagara at the rate of one million cubic feet a second. THE degree of master of arts has been be en couferred on Miss Agnes Baxter by the Dalhous ie (N. B.) university. Miss Baxter is the first lady master of arts in Canad a. Miss TRE.NE S WOOD, of Cochesett, Jlass has taught school without inter ruption in the same school-room in that Tillage for seventy-two consecutive terms. Sh is now taking a vacation. A \s OMA down south sued for divorce on the ground that the marriage ceremony as performed on a railway train and was therefore illegal failed to...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 May 1892

i *-w&i&ZFr 1 a & wrench atf JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editoi and Proprietor WARREN~ I MINN. [Original A NY years ago when I, with several of my sins, was nding the a cation dur months ith our sto ry I think \%e \ng tlie hot summer aun t, she told us a ill remember until the day of our lie.ith Aunt Iris had long been a puzzle to Mie \MIS always sad and gentle, e.ucely ever laughing heaitily, and 'hat set mod a very strange thing to us nui iv chatting guls Although she was so verv quiet, we all loved her vei'j ileal lv This afternoon we were outdoo rs Li^ily reclini ng under tlft shade of a gie.it oak tree that thieu its friendly shadows far awav.and veiy cool and pleasant did they se em this hot day \\e had been having a ve ry lively iVeusMon about the life of a not ed man. JJut for nearly a half hour scarcely a word had been spoken Each one was bus\ with he i own thoughts Sudden ly the Nileuie was broken by little Mary, the pet ot us all, exclaiming A penny 3oi \om thoughts, Aun...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 May 1892

lvt MM* Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, (May 19th, 1892. FotTRyeara ago the republicans were all at sea as to whom to notni* nate for president, but this year the democrats are all at sea and with out a pilot to guide them. THE wet weather is apt to delay seeding until too late in the season to be safe for wheat, but oats and barley may be sown with perfect safety uutil the 10th of June. The chances are that barley will be a bet ter paying crop than wheat this year, for reports from the corn belt are very discouraging, and indicate a lean year for this cereal. Alight corn crop means a good demand for bar ley. THE Marshall County Leader last week announced the candidacy of John 6. Cornwell, of Stephen, for the office of county treasurer. He is an old soldier and a farmer and, more than all, an esteemed gentleman whose qualifications for the office are said to be the very best. ThpAigi the Leader does not so state, yet we infer that Mr. Cornwell, being a re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 May 1892

T" 1 lYe are now {npjie l0 negotiate Heal Estate Loans on a new ptar, whereby the loan is paid baet in small instalments. In this wiy the borrow er will ft a bi$ ,iorfiaie lifted in a few years-bat dty reali in'o how if was done. %rST Farms for sale. COOK!: C- OLSOy. ni8 and County News This is Ti\i -row in wenther. Don't forget (ho niisk soeiiiblr Fridny ownin g. Mroivn i.s IuiMtn-an addi tion to his residence. I has ruintMl throe aftemoonn succession this ueek. A. (iriiulehmdwcnt foCrooUlon .Monday lvturniim uevt .l.iy. Rend what Oviir Ilolcomh has to say to the public in this i^nc Best Patent Flour only #2.00. V. Fi:uu'sox Mg'v Peter Halquist made a business trip to Crookston the fore part of the week. TheW.C. T. IT. will inert, with -Mrs. F. 1'oweil this al'tei noon at clock. 'th Kev. S. R. Ferguson will preach in the Ptvshvterian CiinrHi next Sunday at I0::0 ho siihshui- iik. \v is in N. C. Rood, one of tin! fanners o] X,.)s,Mi town last Thursday. A twelve pound babv bo was lxu...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 May 1892

i* I* vm?\' (ft 'farrm $tmf JOHN P. MATTSGN, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. NFW YORK reports the arrival of IH,- 67." immigrants during April, a& com pared with 60,458 in April of last year. FLRDINAM) W MID. late of Sing Sm has punAtttted ma elegant $50,000 resi dence in Stamford, Conn and will soon go into business in New York. Mont than a fourth of the gold and more than a third of the silver produced throughout the world in the year 1801 were mined the United States. NEW YORK woman on trial for shop lifting confessed that she began her downward career bv picking her hus band's pockets while he was asleep. OWING to the fondness of deaf people for walking on the railroad tracks it is propped to build them on the grounds of the as lums, so that the in mates can indulge in their favorite pastime. AN eastern Arm advertises for a num ber of ladies with unusually long hair, promising them permanent positions at a good salary. This indicates that an other infallible hair restora...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 May 1892

Me- 1, l*M jp "f^ AL. now, it don seem like a year litv gone, a hull roun jear, Setice we was fallin' into line to cele brUe this here Ii don seem in-sbible, thu the trick time alii pli\s N (\(r\ tar 11 pet more short twi\t Decora tion iU\s t\tr\ \ear the roll iall 11 he gittin shorter, too i le ssiu lots faces that we didn use to do 1 he imes is droppin' oJIno tellin which one of i 1TU\ IV courtttl out at muster on next Decoration It citt kinder funnj, too, to see the ol' gray heads Ve-r Maine if r\ er\ one of us ain show in' silver tlirtads Ol felkrsj M the joungest ain got nothin' else to Ij Tt wai so ten jears ago on Decoration day "U n\ we was on boysmere boysten years ago hni then somehow got the notion up to think our st l\ es ol men N so pi vps ten eai from now, if any of us sta\ We 11 think that we was on boj this Decora tion d\ Tl close in -voter close in, men, ol' com rades ^u in line, Touch elbows once ig unthat rightit warms ou up like me I* rips, taint often more well ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 May 1892

~i JM I Warren SheaP .l.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, Vf7i 26th, 1892. THE Hope A end em 3' nn the Moor head Normal School close prosper ous school years'with appropriate exorcises this week. THE SHEAI'' acknowledges the re" eripf of i\ copy of the voluminous annual report of the State Railroad and Warehou se Commission. THE I.lainehoou* like Banquo's ghost will not down, and it would be no surprise to see the plumed kniirht nominated n( .Minneapolis hy accla mation. KNTTK NELS ON delivered a most stirriujj,-Mtid p.il i iutic address at the celebration of ht 17t of May in jliimeapolis. It was an able effort delivered by a thorough American iu spirit. THE Union League of Minneapolis have tendered the Republican press of the -st.ite the privileges of the club and the use of its rooms for head quarters duri ng the Republican Nat ional Convention. EX-SEXATOU INCALLS ia in the lead for the chairmanship of the Republi can National Convention. His long experience as presiding...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 May 1892

US* tip & I WarrawSheaP. .l.P.'MATTSON,' Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, (May 26th, 1892, j^, THENormalAcademly Hope Ij andethe Moor- head Schoo proaper ous school years with appropriate exercises this week. ti ^*:Xj THE SHEAF acknowledges the re" ceipt of a copy of the voluminous annual report of the State Railroad and Warehouse Commission vt ^x THE Blaine boom like Banquo's r prhost will not down, and it would be no surprise to see the plumed knight nominated at Minneapolis hy accla mation. a KNUTE NELSON'delivered a most stirring: a nd patriotic address at the celebration of tlu 17th of Ma in Minneapolis. I was an able effort delivered byva thorough American in spirit. r: THE Union League of Minneapolis have tendered the Republican press of the state the privileges of the clab and the use of its rooms for head quarters during the Republican Nat ional Convention. EX-SENATOR INGAL LS is in the lead for the chairmanship of the Republi can National Convention. is long experience...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 June 1892

?j if'i i,i *.&- K. 1 Volume IVeare now prepaua 10 negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lijled in a few years-hardly realising how it was done. Jt^ST Farms for sale. COOKE S- OLSON. Home and County New Sheriff Kivel was a Stephen on ridny. C. Winchester left for Minnea polis on Tuesday. Fancy Patent Flour $-2.-27*. FKKMUSON, Mo-'r Auditor Cdavin .-in,) treasurer Holm spent Monday a Stephen. Anew sewie.^ machine for sal" cheap. InquiivatllieSHEAi-oltiee. Treasurer Holm has been kept *nsy the past few days eolleetino taxe^. Walter Walker came down from rookston Monday visit between trains. -TheW.C. will meet Mrs. ketcham on Thursday at ,'J o'clock. S during the winter. a i- Pan i pen Fairweather. of Euclid. Saturday in town, paving faxe. looking after business matters. and W call the attention of our leaders i-hange in the advertise ment of our popular merchant C. inchester. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 June 1892

rift fS i 'ft IfevW 4% i We are now prepaicu 10 negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find his mortgage lifted in a few years-hardly realising how it was done. $5TFarms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Sheriff Kivel was at Stephen oi Friday. G. C. Winchester left for Minnea polis on Tuesday. Fancy Patent Flour $2.25. F. FERGUSON, MgV Amiitor Glavin and" treasurer Holm spent Monthly at Stephen. Anew sewir.$ machine for sale cheap. Inquire at the SHEAF office. Triftawrpr Holm has been kept past few days collecting *my the taxe*. Walter Walker come down from trookstou Monday to visit between trams. -TheW.C.T. U. will meet with Mrs. Keteham on Thursday at a o'clock. P. fairweuther, of Euclid, spent Saturday in town, payin- taxes and looking after business matters. We call the attention of our renders to change in the advertise ment of our popular merchant G. C. Winchester. Louis Wall...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 June 1892

L I famngheaf. JOHN P. MA1TS0N, Ud tor aud Proprietor. WARREN. A MERCHA:ST in Germany has been fined heavily for usui^u quotation from the Bible to head an ad\ ei tisement. OFFICIAL, statistics declare that there are 22,003 vagabond chi'dren constant ly wandei ing- about the streets of Paris. THE grow th of the bicycle habit is in dicated by the fact that. Indiana manu factoues alone expect to produce 75,000 new "wheels" this season. \RCIIDEACOX FARRAR says there is room only for two moie monumen ts in Westminster abbey, and this space ia ieser\ed for tho&e to Gladstone and leunvson THE original manuscript of the "Book of Moimo n" is now in one of the banks at Richmond, Ra county. Mo in ens tody of J. D. Whitner, a straight and appaiently nonpolvgamo us Mormon. THE oldest hotel S ityerland and prob.ibl in the orld is the hotel of the Three Kings at Basle. Among its guests in 1026 we re Empeior Con rad II, his son Henry III and Rudolph, the Inst ki ng of Burgundy EDWIN* 0 MCCABE,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 June 1892

.AM mm imammmmmum JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. GRANDMOTHER'S KITCHEN. TTic heart of the home, to the household band, Was that square old-fashioned room Unp.iintod, bat polished with soip and sand, And swept with a hemlock broom Its splint bottomed chairs were tho easiest Urown, Tilted r.gainst the wall. And the rocker that creaked, that was grand mother own, Wa a the restfullcst of alL It* dresser shelves were the kitchen's pride, With pewter plates arow, And platters and porringers, small and wide, That gleamed in the firelight glow A\ bile General Washington honoied face, On a piuh er of high degree, Tranquilh shared the topmost place With a tankard from over the sea. 0 or tho mantelpiece a shadow fell Fiom grandfather trusu gun That sened the countrj, sure and well, In the battle of Bennington Below, there were candlesticks quaint and old, And a lacquered snuffers tray With candles drawn from a shapel mold, And a tinder box alw ay But the cheeriest, deares...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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