The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1892 · Page 4
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THK A LUONA,! IOWA, WKliNKShAV, JANUARY <;, and mtsm of OOINO BAST. 2 passenger .. 4 passenger.. ...» o, ift.way freight-..; '•• •0. 14 tre.lght, .12:15 v. m 2 :30 p W AKMA REPUBLICAN - AIXJONA MARKETS. Oats Chicago & Northwestern ll'y. OOlHG HORTH AND WEST. ight accommodation ............. H?* 1 hicago Mall and Express ........... 3 :3 uiw* QOINO SOUTH AND KA8T. accommodation ............. « p m lOago Mail and Express 2:37 p m '"'iago ' psisSienger reaches UeaiMolnesi at I..'0hicag06:50 a. m., and Kansas Olty a.5n. Tickets for sale to all points In the * States and Canada. M csftie.$o.W'|o!oo Wheat......... .70 75 Cortt,r...,,..»».28 Buttei ...:;.;. j.18 Hogd ... .....8.80 Emmetsburg claims Barley. '.80 Timothy 85 BANCBOJOr. Oats 20 Corn .....22@.26 ERRS 20 Butter 18 Cattle 4.00 Hogs ... .....8.80 Flax .70 Barley 20@<25 Hay 4.00 Wheat...' ....... 65 Over OomstocU's. W. 0. DANSON. SON BROS., ',\t 1-A.W.Algona, Iowa. Office E. V S WETTING. I-- r- A W. AlRonjj lowa TTouN'KY » c.Minty N B. QUAKTON, AT LAW. omce over Kossuth ;,-• i 1 j. CLARKE, A TTOT Nut itV vr I,\W. Cfflce over ,iuil;. Algona, Iowa. First OlTtl CLtJBMING t,IST. The REPUBLICAN and any one of the journals named below will be sent to any address for one year at the following reduced rates: tt. S. .SESSIONS. A TTORNEY- \ i -I.A >V,Loans anil Insurance. Speolsil iiiifiiiimi given to collections of all kinds. Oli:i;i.- uvur L'lirlsclillles'store. DesMolnesBeglster ......$200 Iowa Capita) 2 oo Sioux City Journal 2 18 Keokuk GdteOity ...<... 2 30 MarshalHowu Times-Republican 2 or> Omaha Bee 235 Chicago Journal 2 so Chicago Tnter-Ooean 225 National Tribune 240 Pubunuc Times 105 New York Tress 200 MAGAZINES AND HOME JOURNALS. Harper's Weekly 476 Nazar -J 75 " Magazine 455 " Yountf People 3 05 Godey's Lady's Book 3 05 Domorest's Magazine 3 05 Llmilncott's Magazine 4 05 Scientific American 4 05 American Economist ' 2 55 Home Market Bulletin 1 75 Housekeeper 215 Review of Reviews 300 Housekeepers Weekly 225 Frank Leslies Illustrated Monthly 280 JAS. BARK, M. and L. K. GAHFIELD, M. D., •DHYSICIAN and SUUGEON. Office next i X^door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. ALGONA, IOWA. ^ G. T. WEST, M. P., P BYSICIAN ILL.I KU11GEON, Algona, Iowa, Ofliee ur, n-.ul-.-nue. DR. L A. SHEETZ, -Druggist & Stationer. l'n-:.cnp!ii)iis filled. Deals in paints, .onus, perfumeries, etc. Cora; -*r;-:e and Thorington streets .-via. Iowa. AND STOCK JOURNALS Towa Homestead ............................ 2 40 Prairie Fanner ............................ 2 25 The American Farmer ...................... 1 70 Western Rural ...... ........ ................ 2 85 Orange Jndd Farmer ..................... 225 The Breeder's Guide and Practical Farmer 1 75 Rural Life ................. .............. 225 GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN PUBLICATIONS Amerika .................................... 2 40 Sveiiskalribmien .......................... 3 30 Iowa Staats Zeituiiff ...................... 255 Svlt.hiod with premium ..................... 255 Skandinaven with premium ................ 305 TEACHERS JOURNALS Teachers World ............................ l 00 The Educator .............................. - l '" To'wa •Normal Monthly ..................... 225 Educational Gazette ..... ................. 200 These rates are given for a limited period and will be subject to revision from time to time. Subscribe now. Bert Barf,returned yj noon to Cofliell Coll J. E. Mdtnroeifi sheriff of Jtossuth county. Sheriff Graham will not move his family to Algona before spring* r Regular meeting of Prudence Lodge No. 205 Thursday evening, January 7, at 7:80 sharp. The Spirit Lake Beacon says that the Northern Iowa Normal School Is making a fine record. Regular meeting of Algona Chapter No. 68, O. E. S., Tuesday evening January 12, at 7:80 sharp. The REPUBLICAN goes into more than 1050 Kossuth county families every week and is read by over 6000 readers. Your magazines are worth saving. It costs but a trifle to have them bound into substantial books. Get our figures on book binding. Prof. ..Carleton, who was called to Nebraska.last week by telegram from his wife announcing the sickness of their child, has not yet returned. The Le M.ars Sentinel says that "occasional libel suits come like bad colds but they seldom have a serious effect upon a well conducted paper." A telegram came over the wires this morning from New Hampton announcing the death of Mrs. N. A. Bushnell, youngest daughter of Mrs. Mclntyre; The Epworth League meeting at the Methodist church next Sunday evening will be led by A. Hutchison. Subject: Results of Abiding, John xv:5-7,1 John Chrs. Korgleder %fiallejr t;5 atid ' THfi NOttflAL SCHOOL, as afaout"&4 peFHeht. Ship yout produce of all kinds to J, jf. Edwards & Co., Chicago, Their ad. appears on the 1st page. If you want anything done In the line o,f,J?qok binding come to the REPUBLICAN office and get our prices. The Normal Evening School opened Monday of this week with twenty-five students ready for classification. Recitations begin this evening. See schedule of classes. Letters unclaimed at the postofflce, Leonard Kraus, S. P. Marsh, Edw. Meakiri, Charley Sorenson John Sorenson, Mrs. J. Clarke, Mr. J. A. Bright, Burke Fairchild. The evangelist, Rev. C. W. Palmer, is expected to begin revival services in the Baptist church next Sunday morn- dents Already finfoll the IiftrfeSt Attcrfdl fts WANTED, *OH SALE) ETC. T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSK-: ill £n;.-ii -deuce ov-r \Niunl srunEON. 'Consultation I ;u:il 'n-niiiin. Ofilcu and-resl- i ;.ii>H:!f.-i siure, Whittemore, Iowa. E. Sayers, D. V, M., Veterinarj Piiysician i Surgeon M^-Oftice ui-.st of li-.fi Thorington House, Algona.lowa. iiOS/'t'CAL Accoiuniodations. . >AN8ON&HUTOHISON ink. Also do a Ivisuifh iioiinly nriUniB business. :-OE E: Farm Loans OFFICE OVK't STORE. For information in re,;ard to lauds in Northwestern Iowa, write to t.lie Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. IOWA. A. D. CLAKKE&CO. FARM ABSTRACTS. P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. John Adams returned to Genoa, Neb., last Friday. Miss Rose Holman is still very low and may not recover. 11. B. Warren came home from tlie east Sunday morning. Recitations begin this evening at the W. C. T. U. reading room. Forest Stough returned from his visit to Minneapolis Saturday night. Mr. John McGuire and wife of Des Moines spent New Years with the Winkie family. Rev. Black has been among the victims of the grippe. He has been con- lined to his bed. Joseph Westover of Chicago a nephew of Mrs.Dorward's is here visiting for a few weeks. II. A. Matson and wife have gone to Chambers, Nebraska, where they will visit during the winter. J. W. Hay. of the abstract iirm of Hay & Hice, is expected the latter part of the week with his family. Miss Jennie Mclntyre was called to New Hampton Monday, by telegram, where her sister is seriously ill. Mrs, Cornelius Meyers and son, Steven, are both very sick witli what we are informed is typhoid fever. There will be no services at the Episcopal church next Sunday as Rev. Bowen will be away at Estherville. G. L. Minkler was over from Cylinder Sunday. He will continue work in the Cylinder creamery until spring. J. A. Millis left last week for Bel- inoud, Iowa, where be will make his home in the future with his son, M. II. Millis. Do you want an auctioneer? D. A. HAGGARD Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Oiiice with F. M. Taylor. E. G. BOWYER, DEALKIl IX WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. llepuiring a specialty. II. O. Buell and wife left Monday afternoon for DeLand, Volusia county, Florida, where they will spend the winter. Mr. A. Erickson died last Saturday at the age of 68 years. He was buried Sunday from the Swedish Lutheran church, the funeral exercises being conducted by Rev. Epstrom. The Board of Supervisors failed to rescind their action of a year ago in regard to the use of the Court House Hall. The theatrical troups and snide shows can now keep shy of Algona. There are now five classes in the evening school: Bookkeeping, arithmetic, penmanship, and beginning and advanced German. Further classes will be formed as may be demanded. Mr. Gust Hanson, who established himself in the cigar and tobacco business in the old post office building on State street, has sold out to Dell Whitehill and returned to Mason City whither he hailed from. We publish elsewhere a lengthy letter from Willis Hallock formerly one of the proprietors of the REPUBLICAN, lie is now foreman of the job. department of the Riverside, California, Daily Enterprise. , '" The ladies of the M. E. Church will give a chicken pie supper at the home of Mrs. Dr. Morso on Thursday of this week. Supper from five o'clock until, everyone is served. Everybody is given a cordial invitation. A good degree of interest is being manifested in the religious services at the Baptist church. The pastors are earnest in their labors, and great good may be accomplished by this union of effort. Rev. Dorward leads tonight and takes up the subject of "Sympathy for Souls." The board of supervisors adjourned yesterday afternoon, full proceedings will be published next week. The official paper matter was settled very quietly. Lists were filed by only two papers, the Courier and REPUBLICAN, and the printing was awarded without opening the lists. The REPUBLICAN is unfortunately a little late this afternoon. Trouble with the press again. We now have a run of over 3,000 impressions and are forced to crowd our news press beyond' its capacity in order to get out the paper in time to catch the mails. A better and faster news press is becoming every day more of a necessity to the REPUBLICAN, ing. All den6minations speak highly of his services. It is hoped that his meetings will be well attended. J. F. Edwards & Co, commission merchants of Chicago, have an advertisement in this issue of the REPUBLICAN. The firm is thoroughly reliable and will give their customers the benefit of the top of the market. They solicit correspondence. The REPUBLICAN will receive subscriptions to the Russian relief fund, to be forwarded to the treasurer of the commission recently appointed by Gov. Boies. Other states have been very charitable in their donations and Iowa should respond as liberally. Unless help is afforded, untold suffering among the peasantry of Russia is inevitable. A meeting of the County Temperance Alliance will be held in Algona tomorrow afternoon and evening at the Baptist church. The afternoon session will commence at 1:30 and the evening session at 7:30. Union gospel services are now being held each even* ing at the Baptist church and the pastors have very kindly consented to give way to the alliance both afternoon and evening. The afternoon will bo taken up with an informal discussion of temperance matters and a program of speeches has been arranged for the evening. All who are interested in the cause of temperance and prohibition are very earnestly urged to be present at both sessions tomorrow. : brm&l School \s proving a surprise this year to its ffie'fids and supporters, and demonstrating the, fact that there is a field for a first-class institution, in this part of Iowa, The enrollment this term has already reached 116 and there ia still further prospect for new stud&nts. If the fact that the school is successful will have any weight with the legislature, there will be little difficulty in persuading that body to make the school a state institution. If no state appropriation should be voted, there is no reason why the school, with the stimulus of a little financial backing, might not grow into a Vigorous private institution, the sole property of Algona. The most pressing need of the school at present is better buildings and apparatus. Buildings and apparatus cost money but they must be forthcoming from some source if the school is to become what its friends have hoped for it, and what the success of the present year has demonstrated to be within 'the possible. The present building is large enough for present needs, but we predict a day when a larger and better building with ample apparatus and appliances will be a necessity. It is a day for the friends of the school to anticipate. The flattering success of the school this year has been very largely due to Prof. Chaffee's wise selection of teachers. A first class school with second class teachers, is an impossibility, and there are no second class teachers in the Normal School faculty. The work in the class room last fall has shown its effects in the large attendance this winter. The Normal. School is a. growing credit to Algona and an institution in which the citizens of the town who have so liberally contributed to its support can take just pride. Between two and three hundred students will surely be catalogued within the present academic year which may be considered a very large attendance when the condition in which Prof. Chaffee found the school is remembered. It is hard to say what the attendance may reach next year, with the good results of the present year to build upon. 0 M 1J edlb me; a mUftt cult knowing themselves ibdebt- fiteby ftdtlfled that they settle fiiihet 1 by eashot bankable note before the l§t of Janu&fy 6f It will be put tttto the hinds of a law- yet lot ^^^^^^^y^^oWAiffl. Whattbrefc worda did Adam use when he introduced himself to five, which read backward and forward the sdtrie? I'm Attain, .Asthma cored b? Dr. Mllsa' KtW Heart Cure, A choice line of fresh teas and coffees at Hudson & Langdon's. How do young ladies show their dislike to moustaches? By setting their faces against them. : Good mittens cheaper than ever at Stough's. Why are two young ladies kissing each other an emblem of Christianity? Because they are doing unto each other as they would men should do unto them. Our experience covers many ills, many pills and many bills. Our ills are smaller our pills are smaller and our bills are smaller when we use Do Witts Little Early Risers. Dr. L. A. Sheetz. If you want anything in cloaks or jackets look over our stack. ' GEO. L. GALBnAiTit & Co. Imagination and memory seem to conspire against some people by Capping functions at critical junctures. If you want, the best Baling Press in the world,write Collins Plow Oo.,'Quin.cy, Illinois, 'for catalogue and prices. 7tf Ladies and children's all wool hose.at 25 cents a pair. ,"'' GEO. L. GALBRAtTII & CO; Bargains in crockery Hudson & Langon's. and glassware at What's the difference between a mouse and a young lady? One wishes to harm the cheese, the other to charm the he's. Before you go sleigh riding again go around and buy a string of those fine bells at F. S. Stough's. Arctics, Wool boots and overs, all sizes. GEO. L. GALBKAITII & Co. Hort Nebergall, a fellow from Wesley by the name of M. T. Brennan,and a half blooded negro also hailing from Wesley, got pretty badly mixed up at the Scandinavian dance over Pete Johnson's shop last Friday evening. Nebergall received several cuts around the head and neck from a jack knife in the hands of Brennan. Brennan was captured by Marshal Dailey about 3 o'clock Saturday morning at the Milwaukee depot. Nine o'clock yesterday morning was set as the hour for hearing which was to be had before Esquire Taylor, but when the time arrived Mr. Nebergall failed to put in an appearance and Brennan was accordingly discharged. We have not taken the pains to investigate the circumstances that led to the cutting, as the whole affair is scarcely of sufficient importance to warrant the recording. One story goes that Mr. Nebergall took offense because the negro had the presumption to attend the dance, and tried to put him out, when the scrimmage and the cutting took place. In the excitement Nebergall lost his overcoat and the loss caused him more concern than his wounds. The coat was found Saturday morning and he decided not to appear against Brenuan, as the overcoat was all he cared about and it was evident that the Brennan crowd had not stolen it. Popularly called the king of medicines —Hood's Sarsaparilla. It conquers scrofula, salt rheum and all other blood diseases. You've Xo Idea How nicely Hood's Sarsaparilla hits the needs of people who feel "all tired out" or "run ^own," from any cause. It seems to oil up the whole mechanism of tho dody so that all moves smoothly and work becomes a positive dolight. Be sure to get Hood's. Hood's Pills act especially upon the liver, rousing it from torpidity to its natural duties, cure constipation and assist digestion. Little Boy—Mamma, the cat has eaten that seed I gave to the canary this morning. Mamma—Cats don't eat bird seed. You must be mistaken. \ Little Boy—No, ma'am. It was in the bird. If you are wanting a fur robe see Stough's stock before you buy. Vulgar wealth is a repellent thing, but it is entitled to the forbearance, at least, of vulgar poverty. Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery and all kindred complaints are dangerous if allowed to run any length of time. So it is tbe duty of all parents to keep a medicine on hand at all times that will effect a positive and permanent cure. Beggs' Diarrhoea Balsam is guaranteed to do this. Sold and warranted by F. W. Dingley. Horse blankets at reduced rates at F. S. Stough's. Hotel and Restaurant. A. P. HALL, Proprietor. State Street, Algona. Lodging and meals. Board Iw tlif day or week. Terms $1 per day, $3">o per wel< with furnished room, $2.50 per week for day board. Get your visiting cards the REPUBLICAN office. at Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws ol Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passage, tickets to or Iroin the old <X">utrlea sold at lowest rates. W. S. INGHAM. President. J. B. JONES, Vice President. J.KWIS H. SMITH.Cashier, Directors—W. }f. Tngkam, Jno. G. SmKli, J. B. Jones, T. Obrischllies, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Baruet Device. Mr. Erickson, the manager of the Queal Lumber Company, is away on a visit to Milwaukee. He is expected to return the latter part of the week. Mrs. D. W. Holm and Mrs. Z. L. Ilolman started Tuesday morning for St. Cloud, Minn., where they were called by the sickness of their mother. J. L. Blunt, formerly of Fenton township, now of Ruthven, Iowa, was in town on business last week. He will work at painting during the coming season. A letter from Frank Slagle says that he has been elected principal of the public schools at Cedar Rapids, Neb. It is a good position of which Frank is eminently deserving. Can you spend two or three hours a week better than in taking up one of the studies this winter in the Normal Evening School at the W. C. T. U. reading room. Recitations begin this evening. * Frank King, one of the boys from the Illinois Training School, who has been living with Charles Geilenfeldt, ran away last week and has not been heard from. Anyone knowing of his whereabouts will please report to Louis Lessing at Algona. The boy ia about twelve years of age. R. M. Richmond, the banker and pioneer land agent of Bancroft, was in town last Saturday on business and favored the REPUBLICAN with a call. He prophesies a large influx of new settlers in the spring and a continued rise in the value of % land. Mr.Richmond is the pioneer real estate agent of northern Kossuth and has built up an immense business. He has over 50,000 acres of wild and improved lands for sale and can furnish the settler anything from a piece of wild prairie land to au improved farm with an orchard on it. Elmore has a newspaper; we have not yet learned its name or sex. Ledyard, Burt, Sexton, Hobart, Whittemore and the hay station north of Lu Verne are yet to be heard from. Some young newspaper man whose eye teeth have not yet sprouted will be starting a paper at some one of th# above named points before very long or we are mistaken. There are too many newspapers in this neck of the country. Some of us ought to leave the sanctum and take up with farming or some other more lucrative and less exciting occupation. There is plenty of room in Kossuth county for more farmers but newspaper editors are a drug on the market- Fewer editors and better newspapers would suit tbe people. Why do girls kiss each other and men not? Because girls have nothing better to kiss and men have. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly deriye from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure he sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio. F. J. Cheney & Co. Ig^Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. Beware of excessive concealment provokes malicious guessing. that "Of course it hurts, but you must grin and bear it," is the old time consolation given to persons troubled with rheumatism. "If you will take the trouble to dampen a, piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind it on. over tbe seat of pain your rheuroatiem will dis appear/' is the modern and »dvice. 50 &• 4. She**. diaries Stewart Farnell. The death cf this noted and brilliant Irishman-was caused by the neglect of a simple cold. Had he used Haller's Sure^ Cure Cough Syrup his life might have been spared m.finy years. *' How to be Ilenutilul. The most necessary requirement of beouty in women is a lovely complexion, Ru/odoro. the Peerless Complexion Beautifler, removes all redness of the skin leaving it clear, delicate white, that has nothing of the paint or powder appearance. Rozodoro is harmless as water; removes Free-Ides, Tan, Sunburn, Pimples, Blackheads, Liverspots, etc. Price 75 cts Try a bottle. Sent free on receipt of price, plainly wrapped so it cannot be told. Address, The Rozodero Co., South Bend, Ind. Agents wanted. AVinter Excursions to Warmer Climes. Excursion tickets to Mexico, California, Qeorgi, North Carolina, Florida, the Gulf Coast, Texas, Hot Springs of Arkansas, and Eveelsior Springs of Missouri, now on sale by agents of the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul railway. Apply for rates and other information to the nearest agent, or address Geo. H. Heafford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. What Englishmen Want. An American woman who had married an Englishman of high rank returned home for a visit after a couple of years' experience in her adopted country. "How very odd," said one of her acquaintances, "that Lady C—— has not become Anglicized in the least; she is more American than ever." The remark repeated to the newly made peeress was received with an appreciative smile. "I am eo glad," she exclaimed, "I am naturally imitative, you know, and 1 was so afraid 1 might lose what I con- eider my distinction. You people don't understand over here," she went on. "You make a great mistake in copying English people when you go to Ljondon; they have enough of their own kind over there; they want something new and original, not a copy of themselves."-^ New York Tribune. There may not be a personal devil, bqt could an impersonal devil carry out successfully such enormous contracts? "Oh! Low dreadfully yellow and greasy my face is getting." Say do you 'know this is all caused by a disordered liver, and that your skin can be changed from a dark greasy yellow to a transparent white by the use of Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker? Every bottle guaranteed by F. W. Dingley. For Neuralgia use Dr. Miles' Nervine. When does the hotel boy- become a porter? When he has reached the luggage (age). What measure are you taking to stop that cought? Let us suggest Do Witt's Cough and Consumption Cure. It is infallible" Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Mrs. Gobbs—I think it very strange that your friend Dobbs never married. Mr. Gobbs—Oh, you don't know Dobbs He is'nt half such a fool as he looks. Hurrah for the Farmers. Something they all need. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, can be attached to any wind mill and is guaranteed to do tbe work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grinders may be seen at Matt Richardson's, ware house on State street'. Come in and see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to work or we get no pay. Jos. HUGI & BROS., MATT RICHARDSON, Algona. 734 Agent. Ask Druggist for free bottle Dr. Miles' Nervine. Why would fashionable tailors make good cavalry horses? high chargers. Because they are the Drunkenness— Liquor Habit- In all World there is W* One Cure - Dr Halnes' Golden Specific, It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of ttie person taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an aloo- holic wreck. Thousands o( drunkards have been cured who have taken tbe Golden Specific in their coffee without their knowledge, and today believe they quit drinking of their own freewill. No harmful effects results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circulars and full particulars. Address lu con* fideuce. Golden Specific Co., 185, Race street, OiucluuatJ. Ohio. When you want any visiting cards get them printed at the REPUBLICAN office, We do fJne job work of all kinds, ^ Why are bells used to call people to church? Tbey x have an inspire ring influence. (Jo., Wonderful Succettn. Two years ago tbe Hajler Prop, ordered their bottles by t&e bo*- theyJwy by tt»o carloi4,.. Among the popular apd successful remedies they prepare is Sailer's SarteparUla # Burdock which i§ tbe wost wonderful purifier known. JSp dfttg^Ut to f AG0ixu&fi&fi thifl rftiBftdvi. Vox AA|A &§? ^«p *"F-WW^CTWWs'VH^ ^PSSflF, y™WWW'%* ™ W^f 8^H^^ ^*H *

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