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f * 1 937-Kosguth County Tax Levy- 1 937 O«fteral County Fond, 1.6; Cmirt Fund, .22; Poor Fund, 1.04; State Insane. .8; Soldiers Relief. .09; County School, .24; Bovine T. B. Fund, .18; County Cash Road Bond. .B7; Fair Ground Fund, .1; Emergency Fund. 1.; Secondary Road Construction, .5; Secondary Road Maintenance, 1.26; construction or Maintenance, ,6; General State 2.96; Soldiers' Bomi*, .86. Total, 10.17. Male Cos, $1,00; Female Dop, $8.00; 6 mill tax on Money* and Credits; 1 mill tax on Moneys and Credit* for Soldiers' Bonus: city and Town Road r*vy, 2.26 mills Included In General Levy; Township Road Levy, 2.25 mill* Included In the Oenera) Levy and In addition thereto Construction. .5 mills. Maintenance 2. mills. Optional Maintenance .S mill* making a total of 3. mills levied for Road and Brldpe purposes In Townships. 1. Algona Dlst. No. 1 2. Alpona Diet. No. 2 3. Alpona Incorp. Lands 4. Bancroft Incorp. n. Burt Incorp. 1 cr- & "isTar 18.3R I8.3S 13. IS 27.IS 6. F»nton Incorp. II.II'I i 23.fi" 7. Fenton Incorp. Lands "~~_ ! 23.f.7| 8. Ixikota Inw>rp. __ _ i 24 3?i 9. Ijakota Incorp. Land? I..IIII SI.32; 30. Lodyard Incorp. I. i liVWI 11. L/cdyarrl Inrprp. Land? j Ifi.wl 12. lrf>ne Rock Incorp. "" ~"~ i 11.f I 13. I,n Vprn» Incorp. Dlst. No. 1 I 23.S 14. Ln Verne Incorp. Difr. No. 2 . IIII i 23.6 Ii. Li i Verne Incorp. Land? _ . _ 23,6 16. Swca City Incorp. D'st. No. I 12.38 17. Bwea City Ineorp. Wst. No. 2 I. 123S 18. Swea City Incorp. I^andJ* 12..1 19. Titonka Incorp. "„ X. Wesley Incorp. 21. Wesley Incorp. I*nnds 22. Whlttemore Incorp. .„ .IT " I ]fi.4f> gf fj§ 6.15 P9 69 2.12 212! 2.65 2fif. l.r.P .E- Rond and Bridge .Pi! .04 J.2S . 30.30 9.351 ii. r? 30.11 14.36! 23. Whlttemore Incorp. Lands 24. Algona Ind. Cresco ______ 28. Algona Ind. Irvlnston ____ 36. Algona Ind. Plum Creek __ 27. Algona Ind. Union __ . ____ 28. Bancroft Ind. Greenwood 29. Bancroft Ind. Banwey 30. Buffalo T«p. DIM. No. 7. 31. Buffalo Twp. Diet. No. 8 82. Buffalo Twp. Dlst. No. », 83. Buffalo Twp. conpl.. 84. Burt Twp. _______________ 35. Burt Jnd. Burt ____________ 36. Burt Ind. Portland „ S7. CorwHh Ind. Prairie _______ 88. Corwlth Jnd. L,u Verne . . 39. Civtoo Twp. 16.* 1C. 031 H.7S 37.W ?.74 13. n i „. i II u II "io.iT 10.17 10.1 101 10.17 10.17 10.17 10.17 10.17 10.171 10.17 10.17J 10.171 l*i; 10.17 10.17 10.17 10.17 10.17 1017 10.17 10.1 439 34.7 47.2 50.46 SI.42 40.S4 46.72 SS.C1 33.X 39.31 44.73 4.1 48 S4.77 41.23 39.98 27.2 44.06 33.16 24.41 46.11 33.50 . ._, 41. Fenton Twp. _-..,„ 48. FerrlQp Ind. Fentop »..T 3!>.3f 18.3? If.. 35 13. IX 33.18 fi !>: 7 " 5.7T 34 K 7.41 27.38 27.18 1S.S4 ISM 587 «.U 495 23.C.7 f.lf Mf r..i8 £.])• 3.C.P 3.7f 3.76 3.« 3.46 M mi .04 .36 .1! .04 .<*, .08 ! 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 °5 25 2.5 2.5 25 2 6 2.n 2.5 2.5 2.6 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.6 .5 .6 5 .6 5 .5 .6 5 5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .5 .6 .5 .6 .t .6 10.17 30.37 30.17 30.17 10.17 30.37 10.37 10.37 10.17 10.37 30.17 10.17 30.37 30.17 10.17 ».n mn SJ.17 »rr 36.74 36.7 36.7 3B.7 26.51 26.38 20.10 20.31 18.92 29.38 20.58 44.11 44.11 35.47 35.69 19.08 19.2> 18.20 «.72 e "~7J pC J* us. £* 0) n a X 1 ai c ^ C •H xm •e 5 *g 11 3r? £ 1 Rond and Bridge j | | Ii e 5 X 1 r"i S § ' C f * h j I 6.7RT 4.P4 34.03 44. German Twp. __________________________________ 45. Grant Twp. Consl. ---------------------- ........ 46. Greenwood Twp. __________ .......... ...............j B74| 47. Harrison Twp. Dipt. No. 2 ...... _- ........ . ......... 4.<* « IHarrison Twp. Dlst. No. 3 „ ....... — .... ....... f, 12 49. Hflhron Township ............. _________ **.* ....... 5.79 ia. IrvlnKton Twp. _________ ...... .. ........ » .......... r. 4 61. Lakota Iml. Ledyard .. . __________ ... _________ ' 34 .3? 62. Lakota Ind. Lincoln ......... ... ................... I 24 .X) 63. Ledyard Twp. _ ____ ........ .. ......... I SSI S4.*l*yard Consl. Ind. Ledyard . ___________ ........ 16.08 56. feedyard Ind. Harrison _________ .......... ____ ..... I 16.W M.,L«dyard Ind. Pprlnpfleld __________________ ! IfiWi 57. Lincoln Twp ______ ..... III—I-I ---- ............... ! 6.611 B8. Lone Bock Ind. Rtirt ___________ ------------------- 1 32 f, I 69. Ixine Rock Ind. Fenton . -------------- __ ! l-'.6 I W, Lotts Creek Twp. _______ II.. I.. ---- ............... i r. 63 61. Ln "Verne Twp. --------- __ t SB) 62. Lu Verne Ind. Lu Veriie " ____________ . I 236 I J.K . 7.3fi ! 702' i.»; 4.23J f.if 6S. Lu Verne Ind. Sherman M. Ottosen Ind. Oarfldd . 6B. Plum Creek Twp. 86. Portland Twp. 87. Prairie Townphip 08. Ramwy Twp. ». Rlverdale Twp. TO. Heneca Twp. ConiO. 71. Seneca Twp. Dint. No." 72. Seneca Twp. Din. No 73. Sherman Twp. 4 37 ! 74. Sprlnsflt-td Twp. :; K\ 76. Bwea Twp. ... I e.ei 7«. BwtA City Ind. llarrteon --_ . 12.»1 77. Swea City Ind. Swta . .. ! U.»' 78. TJnJon Twp. _ . „ . .. . ; «*,; •n. Wett Bend Ind. G art if Id 15.45; 89, Wesley Twp. .. 81. We»l»y Ind. Weeley . .. ». Whlttemore Twp. M. Whlttomore Ind. Whlttt-more :.i? .12 . 1- .f'2 .71 .M .04 .72 .(M v t ?7| DC .if .04 W OS — j-g o'r, 2.5 .S 1 IOT17 5 .B 2.n .s 2.5 2 ", 2.5 2.5 25 25 2.5 10.17 10.17 10.17 .ft l 10.17 6 .5 10.17 1«.17 6 i 10.17 r, ,r, 5 9.5 ' .5 2. r , 2 •" *, .5 2^5 .6 J5 2.5 10.17 1017 10.17 1017 10.17 10.17 10.17 19.« 20.3 28. 2S 17.07 18.15 18.29 18.96 18.93 39.51 39 65 'ajs «M 96.9] 3691 18,71 .5 1 10.17: ».74 .6 10.17 .0 • 121 2 '• i 5 .12 2.6 6 .y, 2.5 2 5 2.5 2 5 2 5 2^5 2 5 .5 ;, 5 30.17 ».8S 18.RD 1017| 19.14 1017 1017 10.17 10 17 5 ' 10.17 .5 J 10.17 3A.K9 36.84 2s!f>9 20,52 20 1» 1442 .6 10.17 17.38 .{, 10.17 15.« f« :.r. ! 5 jo.i7 s.34 .f**, 25 .Ofil 2 5 .5 ' 10.17 19 2S f, 10.17: 22.79 07' ;:. .f. io.n> n.fii 2 r. ! r, ; 10.17; i<;.C9 1.26, 1324! 16. 4." 1 E.J* .04 i .04'; .13 .13! 25 ] 2.5 16 26 1017 10. n i lo'.lTj 10.17! 10.17 10.17 10.17 10.1' . 28.24 20.02 . 19 It X41 36. C3 ALOOS'A DI8T. NO. 1-Gentj-al City. 2.D . tenance, 1.12: Library, 1.2S; liana, .5; Turk, f.2; Snow Removal. Brwtr. 1.3S; Water. 1 '£•: LiKht. .9; ("omff>rt Ptatiorji. .12; Fire Maln- Hwimmins Pool. .77; Library Buddine, .67. Total, 11.4.1. ALOONA D18T. NO. 3—Oi-neral City, 2.6; Sewer, 1.25: IjRht. !>: Comfort matior.c. .12; Fir»- Maintenance. 3.12; Library, 1.25; Hand, .5; Park, .B2; Snow H<-rn«va). .5; Swimming I'ool. .77. Library liulldlne. C7 Total. lO.iO. nANaitOFT-Consolldatcd, 7B9; Cemctt-ry, .«; Waterworks, J.; Water Bon'ls, 164; lianil. 31; Bond Int., 4.; Funding Hondc. 9.23. Total. 23 fif. nimT—(ieneral City, 204; Ciradlne, .to: I.lntit. 3.23: LlbrLry. K,\ Sewage Dis[.( vol. 1 2f; Water Work.', 3.19; Band, .6; Koad l>ragg1riK, .26; PundlnK Itnndg. 13(1. Total, »3f,. PHNTON—(Imeral City, 25; Water, IX; IJght. S7; Fire Erjuir , 27; Bai.d, .f.; Ilor.d Int. 1 Ii; lioad DtsJC- glntr. .25: Hnuw Hemoval. .r,; Refunding Iluuda, 4 36. Total, 11 78. I^AKOTA—<VinM>lldatt:d, 6.41; Cemetery. .38: Fire Equip, 37; Fir* M.v.r tm;i, - ". "; Lil.rai-y. .43; Garbage Dl»- IKjiial. .21; Water Iloruls, 128; Hand, .6. Total, 10.11. L.HIJYAHP—Onei-Hl city. 2.4;_ Improvement. 1.19: Cmdinv. 7-'. s> w< r. 1.19; Wat>-r. 11'"; I.lfc'lit, l.ffT; Cfrnctery, 7j. s.-wage MapoHBl. 1 ]!•; Hand, 4^: I'ark. .r,, Hoa<] 13 57. . »'.. K .72; City Hull. 1.19: Plrc Equip., S6: Pin- Malntcnai Klntf. .24; fJartmce DlepoHal, .(.. Total 14.M. IXJNB KO<"K—Ctinsolldated. 2.64; Plrt Kquij, . :C: Hr.nclK, f 34; I'.on'l Int.. 4 LIT VBRNB DIST. NO. l-ConsolMat«c!, K7r, ; CVmi-ti-rv. .'£!• city Ila;i M l ,4fi: It^jad I>ra.KKiiur, J.',. Total. !<(.»;. 1^1 VKIINK I>IST. NO. 2—C.'on»oll<lut-d, 7 r,; <'<rn-t<ry. -:; c:tv H.'.!!. H; ,4€; Road I>rat'«irtK. ..?' Total. '* 71. HWKA r-ITV DIKT NO. 1— Consolidate .1, V"r,; r - ,.m'.-itry. y,; city Hall lie- Library. 2«; Water lioridj). 104 Light liondg. 1.92; Hand, .6; Park. ,KI; .Vewer liond. i.i.j Tcrtal, lt.«{ HWBA U1TY DIST. NO S—Connoliitat. <i. 75; Cemtrti-rv. .X. rity Hal!, l.iej^JJbrary. X: Water Total. i:.|'iip .'imp .40 Fire Malntetian'e, Total, 14.TS. Fire Mal'itenancf, library, .&*; Sewage Ught Bond*. 1.92; Hand, 5; Park, f,2; S.-w, r Hi'md, ] cv ' '"'"" ' TITONKA INCOH?. — ConsolMat'-d. 8 75; Klre po»al, .»S: Water Hcmds, «.il. Total. 1768 WBaL,BY—Qt-ncral City. 1.8; Imi<rov«n«.|,t. .Si; drartir.i'. .7r,; LlBht. 1 S; Klrt- Maintenance, .K; S>wage Ws- pocal, .S; Water Works. 1 12; Water Uond. l.h; I'ark. .{f,. li.,ad iTaiiKUinr. .22. Ti.tal, 9.74. WHlTTBUDHE—firneral City. 2 4: 'Jradlnt-. 4; K.wtr Iff.nd. 1 «: rity Hall *• Fire Biulp, 37 Fire Maintenance, .4; Water Work*. 1.; Wattr B ( |,.! K . :•««; UKM I:,,i,.i>. 12; Dan.) .4. l(,',r,<l», 1.2; Ii,;iid Ji.t , 1. Total. 1J.SL WE HAVE THEM! the 1938 PACEMAKER SPEED MODEL TYPEWRITERS CORONA «• All ready for flic of school, or for all your writing jobs at home. A model for every purse. Handsome, sturdy, easy to operate, (,'orne in and try one out today. UNDERWOOD Portables, made by the largest typewriter lirm in the world . . . new 1!*:;H models here;, touch control, streamlined for beauty, accuracy, and each one guaranteed. LUVERNE SCHOOL CARNIYALNETHD $134 FRIDAY KITE Renwick School Tragedy Dampens Spirit; Two Amateur Entries LN Verne: Although Ihe carnival spirit was dampened by Renwick school bus tragedy, the annual carnival, Friday night was a success financially with a profit of $134 for the activity fund. In the amateur contest there were only two numbers, both local student groups, one who called themselves The Remains of the Old Brass. The personnel was Phil Lichty. Dick Smith, Bob Eggleston, Bob Bigingc and Merlin Baker. The other group was composed of Arlo Dehnert. Robert CTJapman, Erwln Meyer and Richard Brink, who presented a number with ocarinas or sweet potatoes as they are commonly called. Good Witt Club The Good Will club met Thursday afternoon with'Mrs. Walter Lentz | and with Mrs. Frank Sanford assisting hostess. Hallowe'en suggestions were given as roll call to which 17 members responded. Mrs. Arthur Krause and Emma Krause conducted games and contests during the social hour. The next meeting will be heid with Mrs. Chas. Hinz as hostess. Two guests were present Thursday. The Frtd Zwiefels have moved n with Louts* Zwiefei in the home residence. The Percy Brinks, Titonka, were Sunday dinner guest* at the Harry Christensens. The J. E. Llndebaks are enjoying a visit from hi* mother, who )iV?S Si Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Potter, Rapid City, S. D.. spent Friday at the Wm. Bigings home. The Albert Neilsons, Hurt and the Fay Harmons, Bancroft, were Sunday guests at the H. D. Ristaus. The P. C. LJchtys drove to Spencer Sunday taking their guest, Miss Zeigler that far on her way home to Mankato. The Geo. Thompsons, Ledyard, visited the Peter Thompsons, the Rev. Harvey Nelsons and the Masons Sunday. Mrs. A. D. Burtls left last week Thursday for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Willard Heshe aitti family at Wichita, Kansas. Ruth Lichty who l« employed In the offices of the Chicago Screw factory, arrived home Sunday for a two weeks' vacation. Albert Fett, the 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett, Hanna, had an operation for appendicitis Friday night at Fort Dodge. Kenneth Sorensen and Mrs. Ralph Dlmler, who have been patients at the University hospital at Iowa City, were brought home the last of the week. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin went to Iowa City Saturday where they attended the football game. They then went to Norway where they spent the week end with the doc- ior's parents. Earl Hanselman, Wm. Chapman, Ames, and Robert Lindenstuth, of Springfield, Mo., and Jack Holdcroft spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Irvin Chapman and Geo. Hanselman homes. Members and friends of the Methodist church met at the Community lall after morning services Sunday and had a basket dinner and social afternoon to get acquainted with heir new pastor and wife, the Rev. ,nd Mrs. Harvey Nelson. Miss Corinne Smith, the fifth and ixth grade teacher who has been t her home at Humeston the past month, came Saturday planning to esume her teaching. By Sunday vening she was again ill and un- ble to teach Monday. Vera Madin, Arnold, is taking her place. Walter Peterson, who is leader of the high school band, took a load of the local high school musicians to Britt Saturday to attend the marching band contest. They were pleased to report that the marching band from Hubbard, dirtcted by Harold Turpin, who taught here last year, received a superior rat- Ing. Plum Creek Lit. Clum Met on 27th Rich Point: The Plum Creek Literary club met October 27th at the center school In Plum Creek. Mrs. Jessie Altwe^g was the hostess. JTJra Benscholer gave a paper on Germany. Ethel and Carrie Johnson reported on the district federation meeting held at Carroll on Oct. 25th. Frank Capeslya and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Lawrence Winkel home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson entertained Leo Clark and family and Mr, and Mrs, C. E. Clark of Britt at a supper Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Hawkins were made grandparents again on Oct. 3. when a little girl, Shirley Nadine, was born to Mrs. Thorwald Nelson (nee Helen Hawkins) of Omaha, Neb. TEN YEARS AGO Walter Lorenz and TVylah Bell- ley had been quietly married at the St. Cecelia school by Father Davern, and had left at once on a honeymoon. • • • About fifty members of the Algona Community Club had attended the annual meeting held at the ball. Things that had been taken Into discussion were a swimming pool, a new public school building, and a community rest room. A suggested change of highway 18 so instead of passing through Algona, it would be built on west from the Victor Johnson corner in the northeast part of the city, had ulso been taken up. • • • Temperaturro during the month of October had been far above normal. The cemetery committee had been in nession and had discussed the erection of a receiving vault at Riverview cemetery. During the past the officials had found many difficulties during the winter months when the ground had been covered with ice and snow, in locating corners and digging through the frozen ground. Plans had been made for a receiving vault with a capacity for thirty bodies. The vault was to be built of concrete, brick and steel, and was to be absolutely fireproof One-half was to be beneath the surface. • • * The Norton Machine, Company was manufacturing a self-serving ga.soline pump that wits no doubt to be a popular thing with the oil companies. • • • Kate Wernert, Mary Kain, and Antoinette Bonnatetter had attended the annual meeting of the Iowa State association of nurses held In Fort Dodge. The above were three of Kossuth county's best nurses. • • • Dr. I- U. BaJier had been at .Mason City attending a committee meeting of the dental society and had appeared on the program for SEE THEM ON DISPLAY AT THE Algona Upper Des Moines FOE QUICK RESULTS- USE THE WANT ADS .Mr. and Mr«. J. B. Wheelock, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Robinson and Clarence and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook had vibittcl at the Carl Uillingham home at Austin, Minn. and Mm. L. J. Dickinson had left in their car for Washington. D. (,'., stopping at Iowa City for a visit with their daughter, Ruth, who was a student in the univi-rsily there. • » • Mr. and Mr». >I. L. Bonur hod enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Bonar's brother, Lewis Krull, and his wife from Muscatine. where Mr. Krull was a prominent attorney. Judge Boimr, Mr. Krull and H. M. Smith, county engineer, had spent some time hunting pheasants and had apparently secured enough birds for themselves und some of their friends. • • • Mr. tuul Mr*. Theo. HcrbMt were the happy parents of a boy born at the Kojittuth hoapitul. • • • ti, A. Hoary hud been 111 •uttering with buuic sort of 11 u and hud bum dnubit to bu ut the post office. • • • licit u (ioiilir-1, duutilitvr of Mr. Mrs. iJL-nnis OutMlefii, hud uji- jonv un ijpLTiiIion ut the Kos- j hctai-jHiii for juajtoicJ trouble-. TWENTY YEARS AGO Thr executive committee of th« Red Cross had met and subscribed for 67 Christmas packages for the soldiers In France. These had cost $2 each and the department was to make the purchase. A* a means of showing their patriotism, the high school pupils and teachers were to "chip in" and buy five Liberty bonds. The pupils were to pay live or ten cents each every week for twelve weeks and the teachers were to make up the remainder of the two hundred and fifty dollars. The interest was to be used In beautifying the rooms, buying new books and in otherwise carrying on the work of the high school. The principal was to be turned over to the high " school fund. Louis Borchardt, aged 17, a son of Albert Borchardt of Fenton, died at the Algona hospital of blood poisoning. He had scratched his hand on a buckle while putting a bridle on a horse. The wound had become infected, and the hand and arm become affected. All efforts that had been made to save him wer« of no avail. Twenty-five school ma'ams had appeared before Superintednent Shirley and wrote the regular school examination. Not one male teacher had appeared HS they were growing scarcer every year. At that lime about seventy-five percent of the county superintendents of the state were ladies. Th« Liberty Bond drive had not come up lo what many had expected in Kossuth county, although many precincts had done more than their share. About {400,000 had been reported with many outside aubacriptions not given. * • • Dr. Krneflck had upent a week in Chicago where he had attended a congress of surgeons from all purls of the United Stales. .Mr*. C'. R. LaBarre had recently returned from Forest Lake, Minn., where she had been visiting at the home of her parents. kturni had given northern Iowa a real wintry appearance and the thermometer had been hovering near zero. * * * Tom Akre had purchaiied a new Ford car. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Sunmer Quarton hud entertained a group of their friends at a dinner party. Colonel R. H. Spencer with hi» wife and twin babies had spent a week in Chicago, where they had met Colonel Spencer's brother, Charles, who had come from his home at Rico Lake, Wisconsin, to see the famous Spencer twins and enjoy a family reunion in that city. George gteU's splendid herd of Chester White hogs had done its thure to advertise Algona. Some of his fine animalj had been shown at the Des Moines state fair, and one of tbe big breedrs at Omaha had come and bought one of the finest boars, "Model Select", of Mr. Stcii. Tiie buur was one of the famous big type full pedigreed animals. * « * A lafge piecu of planter bad fallen from the ceiling in the Mike M'.iOnroe home 3crtou;>ly injuring the Iwo children, who suffered from aciil|j wyuntla and other bruises. HSM HSU H HSM Q HSU Q HSU {S m CS HSM 13 «H 13 "* B "^ D •* I look at th«t» newspaper headline*— remember what happened last yearl HSM HSM GRIP* HSM HSM NSM HSM'. NSM. HSM HSM HSM HSM m HSM HSM ra HSU Don'f />wf tit another cold winter. .. gef yourself set NOW for zero weather This Year, More Than Ever Before, THE HUB Is the home of fine Clothing for Men and Young Men Regardless of what price you wish to pay or your preference in style and quality, all can be completely satisfied HERE. Our winters don't fool any more. Look at what happened last year. And forecasters say this coming winter is going to be just as bad— if not worse! Here Are The Coats to Keep You Warm n & (3 HSM >Hart Schaffner & Marx fine Overcoats HSM 35 00 HSM HSM >Mt. Rock Fleece Overcoats —the coat they could not imitate. HSM o HSM O KSM 0 HSM' 50 00 HCnit-Tex, California weights too 30 ( ino CariCurls, in navy and gray silvertones HSM 24 50 HSM HSM fiSM HSU HSM ra flSM HSM ra HSM HSM HSM HSM HSM RSM ra RSM HSM i Winter woven fleeces ISO 22 HSM (31 HSM HSM Bl HSM rBouclc Overcoats !50 16 > Fancy Pattern Polo Overcoats for Young Men. 16 50 WE THINK ONE LOOK WILL CONVINCE YOU PEAT WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE THEY ARE THE BEST VALUES THAT YOU CAN FIND ANYWHERE AT THESE PRICES. HSU HSU HSU •HSU HSM HSU HSM El HSM J3 HSM fj HSM 0 HSM |3 HSM O HSM [3 HSM O HSM O HSM

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