The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 03, 1927, Image 3

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    THE H BBm STO y HgRAXD, HERMISTON, OfiUGQX.
The office of state spiarSt is to be
ule (w ’th the exception of the stu­
LÜDGE DIRECTORY
llshed In newspapers and notice glvei created under the terms of a bill
dent activities fee which some peo­
that petitions are on file In the of.’lc, sponsored by Senator Elliott. The bill
ple might regard ae not proper to
of county clerks where they may b> provides that the apiarist, who would QUEEN ESTHER CHAPTER No.
elude, although it is exacted of every
101, O. B. S., meets second and
signed by interested persons. It it be appointed by the governor, shall
student the same as other fees) and
forbidden for anyone to solicit signa be a person who has had not less than fourth Tuesday evenings of each
divided by the actual number of stu­ tures for pay.
month in Masonic Hall. Visiting
five years’ experience in bee culture members welcome.
dents in actual attendance on the
The bills propose a tax of 5 millt His salary is fixed at $3000 a year.
campus during the year. We get an
Maud M. Kellogg, W. M.
per annum on intangibles, and a tax
The purchase of supplies and equip­
average of $91.21. This means that
of 16 mills per annum on corporate ment of every kind would be taken Kathryn L. Garner, Secretary.
the average student pays to the uni­
excess. Both these imposts have been out of the hands of every board, com
versity of Oregon each year $91.21.
found productive of much revenue in mission and Institution of the state VINEYARD LODGE NO. 206, I. O. O.
in fees, not Including the student
F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
other states.
government, from the Janitor to the
activities fee.
The measures contemplate reassess state house to the executives of the Fellows’ hall. Visiting member« cor­
dially invited.
The student activities fee Is for the ment of properly throughout the state
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
support of athletics, the student so that existing inequalities ’may bt University of Oregon, Oregon Agricul
Childs Barham, N. G.
paper, and similar student interests. smoothed out and a new determina tural college and the state normals
Serve so many purposes so well and at such slight cost that
If these are added, it means that the tion of values had. To that end the and vested in the state board of con­
trol should a bill put into the house
their use is becoming well nigh universal.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
average student pays to the univer- state tax commission is given added
SCULLEN OUTLINES WORK
sity every year $109.46. It must be authority over taxation and assess by Representatives North and Bailey
They may be used for the safe keeping of deeds, abstracts, in­
NECESSARY WITH BEES remembered that thia te the average. I ment laws of the state and it may fix of Multnomah county become a law.
Dr. F. V. PRIME
surance policies, bonds, receipts and a hundred and one other
Bill Amends M arriage Law.
which means that some students who the value of property in arriving at
DENTISTRY
valuable records, the lose of any one of which would pay box rent
Representative Mann has introduced
Keeping Heavy Quota of Workers In are registered in the schools do not
uniformity of assessment.
Dental X-Ray and Diagnosis
for half a life time.
in
the
house
a
bill
which
repeals
the
have a school fee and who happen
Tax Levy Appeal Favored.
Colonies Figgest Item,
Hermiston, Oregon
law requiring a man to have a certifi­
to be taking courses that do not
We still have several boxes to rent, The cost is trifling, a third
Speaker Carkin introduced in the cate of good health from a physician Bank Bldg.
Phone Connection«
charge course fees may pay consider­ house his measure allowing appeal tc
He Stat s.
of a cent a day. Ask us about a box the next time you are in
ably less, while others registered in the state board of control from the before he can obtain a marriage li­
the bank, or write or telephone.
W. J. W ARNER
cense in Oregon.
Four conditions necessary to a certain schools and taking certain tax levy made by counties and othet
The
move
sponsored
by
the
League
courses pay very much more.
Attoraey-at-Law
municipal corporations, and to allow of Oregon Cities to obtain a larger
honey crop In Oiegon, according to
appeal when the issuance of bonds oi slice of county road money for use
Study In Comparisons
H. A. Scullen of the experiment sta­
Hermiston
i : :
Oregon
"When It is remembered that over other evidences of indebtedness shali on city streets met with disapproval
tion, are as follows;
of Hermiston
1. Suitable weather conditions for 60 per cent of our students are wholly have been determined upon by eoun of the state senate, when the bill in­
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000
h s. M c K enzie , m . d -
the bees to work when the main or In part self-supporting, the ad­ ties and other municipal corporations troduced by Senator Davis was indef­
B. Swayze, Pres.
'
R. Alexader, Vlca-Prea.
honey flow is on.
ministration feels that it Is unwise The bill, which generally Incorporatet initely postponed. The bill sought to
A. H. Norton, Cashier W„ L. Hamm, Asst. Cashier
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
2. Honey producing plants secret­ to further Increase the fees paid by what is known as the "Indiana plan,’ increase the apportionment of county
Office:
1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
is
similar
to
one
introduced
by
Carkin
students.
This
particularly
is
true
ing nectar In abundance.
road funds to the cities from 50 to
Pendleton, Oregon
3. A strong force of worker bees when our fees ' are compared with at the last legislative session. It was 70 per cent of all county road money
— 75,000 to 100,000— at the beginn­ those charged by other state uni­ passed by the house but killed in the raised from property within the city
versities on the Pacific coast and in senate.
ing of the honey flow.
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
road districts.
An income tax bill with a property
4. The colony devoting Its entire the northwest.
Physician and Surgeon
White Leghorns at $15 per 100, attention to gathering nectar and
"It has been argued that a small offset made its appearance in the
Office
Phone
733.
Res. Phon« 718
or $135 per 1,000.
storing honey rather than to swarm­ addition to the student fees will not house with representative Mark Me
Cailister as its sponsor. The bill is
Office
in
First
National
Rank Bldg.
keep
away
worthy
or
desirable
stu­
ing.
In
other
words
the
storing
in­
Barred Rocks from the Henry
a duplicate of that turned down by j
FOB SALE
Sommerer flock at $17 per 14)0, or stinct rather than the swarming in­ dents. The answer to this argument
is that while that may have been the people at the last election.
$155 per 1,000. Orders for 500 or stinct is dominant.
This is the second income tax meas )
If any one of those four conditions true while our fees were around forty
larger
takes
1,000
rates.
I-OR SALE— $100 genuine leather
is not present the honey crop will be or fifty dollars a year, it Is very nre to appear in the house. Repre i
Bed Davenport, like new, $50. In­
Hatching dates Feb. 22, Mar. 1, less than maximum. If all four con­ doubtful if it Is true now that we sentative James H. Hazlett of Hood i
quire Dr. Prime.
22-tfc 8, 15, 22, 29. April 5, 12, 19, 26, ditions are present nothing can keep have, by this same process of argu River introduced a duplicate of the j
May 3, 10, 17. 24, 31.
the bee keeper from getting a good ment brought them up to $109.46 one put before the people by the state j
USED PIANO— A real buy, terms
crop outside of his own failure to put The danger Is that two years from grange at the last election and voted
to suit.. Write Pendleton Music
May Chix 20 per cent reduction
! Your needs in everything
now, if the pressure continues to down.
on the supers.
House, Pendleton, Oregon. 22-3tc
It is understood that still another
that is necessary to com­
"Unfortunately— or possibly fortu­ increase, the same argument will be
(Deposit of 20 per cent on all orders)
nately— the beekeeper has no control made again, and so on, with the re­ Income tax measure is scheduled tc !
UST received new supply of famous
plete your golf outfit.
over the first condition,” says Pro­ sult that the principle of democracy make its appearance.
Watkins products. Mrs. W. B. Beas­
in
education
w
ill
gradually
be
elimi­
fessor
Scullen.
"He
can
control
the
Senator Bell’s bill providing fot i
ley. 22-3tp.
Beginning Feb. 1, we w ill do second only by moving to a better nated.
When
comparing these abolition of the state emergency board i
custom hatching at one cent per location, or by encouraging to a lim­ charges with those of -other institu­ which will probably have the support j
FOR SALE OR TRADE— 138 acre
egg psr week.
ited extent, the growth of certain tions In this section of the country, of a majority of the members of the
dairy ranch mile west of Alsea,
it seems that the University of Ore­ Joint committee on ways and means
Seventy-fjve per cent hatch plants.
fctate highway, mail route. School
guaranteed after four dav test.
‘His entire management through­ gon has already been forced to im­ it was indicated in a discussion of. the
bus. Want small irrigated place.
that are "pinched” between the verte­
Bookings now being maue. First out the year, with the exception of pose too heavy a burden on its stu­ proposed bill in that committee.
E. M. Goodlin, Alsea, Oregon. 21-7p
brae of the spine affect all parts of
come, first served.
swarm control, is with one object in dents, and that we should seek ways
the body. Your trouble may be
Would Encourage Reforesting.
FOR SALE— Three tube radio, $15;
view— that of attaining the t,hird to cut it down, rather than to in­
caused
from nerve pressure. Call
Withdsawal
fc-om
the
tax
rolls
of
ap­
WHITE POULTRY FARM foregoing condition. This obviously crease it.”
demonstration given. P. M. Miller.
303 for an appointment and find out.
proximately 2,000,000 acres of private­
21-2tc
includes such manipulation as disease
Gerald A. White
ly owae< cut-over and burnod-ovor
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
control, wintering, queen manage­
Hermiston, Oregon
forest laads which are largely unpro­
FOR SALE— On easy terms, Dodge
Specializing
in Acute and Chronic
ment, and all other factors that aid
ductive, ao that the owners may be
coupe in good condition. First
Disease.
in permitting the colony to work at
encouraged to hold Mie lands during
National bank.
8-tfc
its
best
from
the
end
of
one
season’s
the time accessary to mature forest
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
flow to the beginning of the next.
crops aew growing or to bo grown
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
FOR SALE- -No. 1 fresh cows. B.
"This is all there is to good bee­
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 312
37-tfo (Furnished by Farm Bureau Co-oper­ keeping, but It involves much careful Prison Bills Recommended by upon suah lands, is provided for in a
Hammer.
•> <0 •>
bill introduced In the house by Repre­ ♦
HERMISTON, OREGON
ative of Hermiston. Unless other­ planning and conscientious labor.”
sentatives Mott, Chindgren Peterson,
FOR SALE CHEAP OR RENT— Mod­
Governer Patterson Pass
*
IF IT’S
wise specified, prices are per hundred
Winslsw and Stewart.
ern five room house. Furnace,
♦
weight.)
with Little Ofticiation.
A resolatioa providing for submis­
I
INCREASE OF U. OF 0. FEES
hardwood floors, etc. Call or see
«
Scratch, 100s ................................$2.30
sion
to
tke
people
of
a
proposed
con­
Dr. Prime
12-tfc Egg Mash ..................................
2.30 (Continued From Page One)
♦
Telephone Investigation Proposed — stitutional amendment Increasing com­ ♦
FOR SALE or EXCHANGE — 800 Ground O a ts.................................... 1.98
pensation
of
members
of
the
legisla­
YOU WANT
T a x Bills Introduced — Petition
acre tock ranch.
Box 14, Con­ Ground Barley ................................. 1.68 several years.
ture from $3 to $10 a dny was pre­ ♦
a
208 East Court St.
■
Methods
Changed
—
Members
Pay
Wheat ................................................ 2.20
‘‘The fees of the University of Ore­
CALL 25-J
♦
don, Oregon. 4tp.
Increased— Instalm ent Dealers H it— sented to the senate. The resolution
Corn ................................................... 2.03 gon may be for convenience classed
■
ANY AND
followed the passage by the senate ol « COUNTRY HAULS S0LICITEI
State A p iarist W anted.
■
2.15 four groups: regular fees, paid
into
For sale— About 30 tons first cutt­ Cracked corn .....................
♦
the house resolution providing for
■
Ground Corn ................................... 2.13 by every student; school or major
ing hay. W. A. Mikesell 18-tfc.
payment of $5 a day expense money ♦
Salem.—While no important meas
Mill Run 80s........ ¥......................... 1.08 fees paid in addition to the general
to all 99 members of the legislature. ♦
FOR SALE— 2 dining tables, 2 oil Cow feed .................................... 2.00.... fees by students In certain schools; ures had passed both houses during The measure does not require . the | •>
TRANSFER AND DRAY
stoves, 1 book case. Address Box Ground Wheat ............................... 2.30 course fees charged by certain the second week of the session when governor’« signature. It will increase
FOR YOU
123, Stanfield, Ore.
18-tfc Shorts, 80s ...................................... 1.16 courses; and non-resident tuition the legislature adjourned over Sunday, the cost of the session by approxi­
Rolled B a rley .................................. 1.21 fees. A summary of these fees fol­ yet most of the important measures mately $18,000.
Good ranch with 5 room house. In­ Calf meal, per pound................. 3 H e lows:
of state-wide interest have been in­
Phone 139
Pendleton, Ore. ■
W ould Repeal Auto T itle Law.
quire at Herald.
troduced and referred to committees.
M tddlngs.............................
1.60
General Fees Paid by Everybody
*«■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■£
Repeal of the state motor vehicle
This week It is expected the commit­
HIGH GRADE PIANO NEAR HER- Oyster shell ..........................................90 General registration fee, $10.50 per
certificate of title law is sought by n
tees will settle down to work and give
miston, must be sold at once. Big Whole o a t s ...................................... 1.88 year; infirmary fee, $9.00 per year;
bill introduced by Senator Jay Upton.
serious consideration to the Important
discount. Easy terms to reliable Salt, half grou n d .................................45 physical education fee, per year, $6;
Senator Upton also introduced a
bills.
building fee, $15.00 per year; stu­
party. If Interested write Fac­ approved, the administratrix
bill changing tha county allotment oi
dis­ dent activity fee, $15.75 per year;
The spirit of harmony which pre­
tory Plano Adjuster, 66 Front St., charged, her bondsmen exhonerated
funds received by the state from all
Class taxes, $2.50 per year; total, vailed between the governor and the
Cigar«, Tobacco
Portland, Ore.
19-4tc and the estate closed.
motor vehicle license fees from 25 per
legislature at the opening of the ses­
$58.76.
cent,
as
at
present,
to
30
per
cent
Dated this 6th day of January,
sion was in evidence during the sec­
Barber Shop
School or Major Foe
MISCELLANEOUS
1927.
1
"Anyone majoring in the four fol­ ond week for the prison bills spon­
We Haul
of the county fund would be used for |
BEULAH I. SIMONS,
lowing schools, in addition to the sored by the governor passed both
■WANTED SOON— Steady man as 18-5tc
road
purposes,
while
the
remaining
5
|
ANYTHING
Administratrix. general fees, pays each year the fee houses with little opposition.
foreman on large alfalfa ranch.
per cent would go for whatever pur
ANYWHERE
They provide for the transfer oi
below indicated: School of architec­
See J. DeWllde, Room 109, First
poses the county saw fit.
STORAGE EGG PRICES MAT
Jurisdiction over the prison from the
ture
and
allied
arts,
$60.00
per
year;
ANYTIME
National Bank Bldg., Pendleton.
A bill intrnrtuued by Representative
school of business administration, governor to the board of control, and Mark Paulson of Silverton prohibiting
22-2tc
BE HIGHER, DIXON STATES
TELEPHONE 31
$15; school of journalism, $9.00; for the head of the prison to be known use of pictures of persons "real oi !
aa
superintendent
instead
of
warden,
school
of
law,
$30.00.
Bring your broken furniture to me
imaginary” in connection with clgaret j
the second official to be known as
Manager Of Big Co-operative Is Of
to be repaired. Tom Jensen.
Course Fees
advertisements was withdrawn by him
"In addition to the fees enumerat­ warden.
17- tfc
after the house committoe on public I
Opinion That Market W ill
IS OUR SPECIALTY
This
session
may
set
a
record
for
ed In the above two group-, the uni­
morals returned a majority report -
Watch, clock and Jewelry repairing.
HOME MADE PASTRY
versity has established a large num­ proposed Investigations. During the against it.
Offer Growers Profit
See Newell, next door to Sappers.
ber of course fees. Fifty-eight per first week resolutions were offered tc
The house passed the Briggs bill foi I WE SERVE 40c LUNCH FROM
18- tfe
cent
of the courses offered by the investigate the fish and text book removal of the county seat of Jack
In the opinion of E. J. Dixon, gen­
11:30 TILL 3:00 P. M.
commissions, also to make a survey
PAINTS, WALLPAPER,
eral manager of the Pacific Co-oper­ University of Oregon 1 ave course fees
son county from Jacksonville to Med j
Fried Chicken, home style, 50c
Polands for Profits. Stillings. 87tf
of
the
state
government,
and
the
past
ative Poultry Producers, eggs will which range from $1.50 a year to
ford. The author of the bill recaller !
PICTURE MOULDINGS
week an investigation of the telephony
to the house that the question wa.. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOUR!
FOR SALE— Adding machine rolls not go into the coolers this year at a $30.00 a year. There is such a long business was proposed.
AND GLASS
lower price than last year, but on the list of those that it does not seem
voted upon by citizens of tho countj
Open 5:30 to 9:30.
at the Herald office.
Telephone Investigation Asked.
wise
to
print
the
list
here.
It
must
contrary slightly higher prices may
and removal received almost a 2-to-J
CONTRACTING
Without a dissenting vote, the house
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND prevail. Mr. Dixon’s statement was be remembered that these fees are In
verdict. Because of a technicality, h<
addition *5 all the fees alieady men­ passed a resolution providing for a said, the supreme court declared the
513 Main St.
Phone 158
INSURANCE. J . M. BIGGS, RE­ as follows:
special commission to investigate the election void.
"The two deciding factors in the tioned.
ALTOR.
26-tfc
telephone companies operating In Ore
Non-Resident Fees
establishment of spring egg prices
Pendleton, Oregon.
The senate, by a vote of 18 to 7, | '
"All students domiciled outside of gon. The commission, to be compos approved over the veto of ex-Governor j
Hermiston Second Hand Store.— will be production and consumption.
— READ THE WANT ADS—
Furniture and Hardware, Bee Sup­ Production will be greater, we admit, the state of Oregon who are taking ed of the attorney general, ex-Gover Pierce, a bill passed at the 1925 ses j
nor
Oswald
West,
Colonel
A.
E.
Clark
work
at
the
University
of
Oregon
pay
plies, Harness, Saddles, Wagons.
sion of the legislature providing in !
but so will consumption, resulting
35-3fc from an increase in population, an­ In addition to all other fees, $150.00 and four members of the house, Is creases in the salaries of the secretary f
HEMSTITCHING. PLEATING
instructed to initiate and prosecute of state, state treasurer and attorney |
ther factor will enter into thé matter. per year.
any
proceedings
it
may
deem
fit
to
BUTTONS
Come
in
an«
Summer S «sion Fees
ADDING machine rolls at the Herald Consumption off eggs per capita will
general. The bill provided that the I
"The summer session fees at tlje bring about a reduction of telephone salaries of the secretary of state and I
and
office.
be increased this coming year by ad­
renew il nex
BUTTON HOLES
vertising. The average consumption University of Oregon are being rap­ rates.
state treasurer shall be increased from
time you an
Following on the heels of an lnvestl $4500 to $5400 a year, while the com
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON INAL of eggs per capita in this country idly advanced. In 1924 the summer
in town.
REPORT
is about 1 2-3 eggs per day. An in­ session fee was $10.00 for the sum­ gation in Oregon, ordered by the pensatlon of the attorney-general shall ,
Mail orders promptly
I i the County Court of the State of crease of one-third of an egg in this mer. Since then It has been $15.00 house, of rates, service and intercor I be Increased from $4000 to $5000. The
attended to.
porate
relations
with
parent
com­
Oregon for Umatilla Connty.
consumption would take care of sev­ for the summer. This coining year
bill previously was approved by the!'
In the Matter of the Estate
eral years of increase in production, the summer session fee will be $26.00 panies, the senate received a Joint house.
THE SMART SHOP
of
such as we will have this year. Ad­ for non-resident s'udcnts and $20.00 memorial addressed to congress call
Installm ent Dealers Regulated.
Charles L Shutter, Deceased.
Mrï.
R. L. Parker, Prop.
vertising campaigns are being plann­ for residents with an additional fee log on that body to institute an im
Should a bill Introduced in the house |
Notice Is hereby given that the ed now by several national organi­ of $10.00 for those who attend the mediate nation-wide investigation oi pass, It will farce each dealer in the
822 Main St.
Pendleton, Ore.
post summer session. The $10.00 all phases of the alleged telephone state who sails articles, no matter i
undersigned administratrix of the zations.
estate of Charles L. Shutter, deceas­
"Another reaso„ which probably fee for the poet session was charged monopoly existing in the United how amaM or how large, on the In­
ed. has filed her final report with applies only to the Pacific coast is last year. Course fees are also States, with particular attention to the stallment plan, to file his accounts;
relations between local companies
the Clerk of the above entitled the ever broadening markets for the charged during the summer.
AGENCY
with the aounty clerk of the district I
When you need any­
"The above fees no not. of course. and the present system.
Court, and that the Judge of said white eggs such as we produce here.
in which be Uvea. Not only Is every
Undoubtedly
some
effort
will
be
Court has designated Saturday, the Three years ago New York was prac­ Include returnable deposits for mili­
thing in the line of
dealer la the stat« affected, but every
Sth day of February, 19F7 at the tically the only market. Today Pac­ tary
uniforms, keys,
breakage, made this week to whip into shape- buyer. Tha measure almost means
neat and attractive
hour of 2 O’clock in the afternoon as ific coast eggs are shipped into every charges for medicine at the dispen­ measures to provide the revenue nec the entire abolishment of the Install-,
Printing.
sary, library fines, and similar items. essary to take care of the increasing ment buying plan, now used by prac­
the time, and the rooms of the above section of the country.
entitled Court In the County Court
CLEANING, PRESSING AND
"The Increase In consumption will These Items total about $26,000 an­ needs of the state.
tically all dealers.
I
P etitio n Circulators H IL
House,
in
Pendleton,
Umatilla exceed any possible increase in pro­ nually.
REPAIRING DONE
The
Moser committee, of the 192S !
Circnlation
of
petitions
as
now
prac
1
,
County. Oregon as the place when duction, and storers will feel safe,
Average Fees Paid
nri *esR,on' at ltg f,nal meeting, definitely
tlced
I
d
the
use
of
the
Initiative
All
Work
Guaranteed. Give me a
and where hearing Is to be had knowing this. The year just past was
"In order to get at the average
i determined not to recommend tha j
Trial. To please yon i* my aim
thereo*. All persons interested are a fair year for those who stored eggs. amount of fees exacted from each referendum is forbidden by terms oi i proposed compulsory compétitive In- j
hereby notified to then and there Of cour»« there were losses, but these student by the university, we have a bill introduced by Representative dustrlal Inaurane« bill, the enactment 4
PE E R B 0K I8H
appear and show cause. If any they were offset by gains, and It ta safe to .•*>«« together tha total amount of Norvell. It provides that laws pro- of which Is desired by the casualty ;
Hermiston
Oregon
"r t wibH to «gw ra'’** fe<*
und«r tb*
»«hed-t
“nd9r lbat m,tb0<1 ibal1 ** pub insurance people of tho state.
have, why said report should not be ¿ .y
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
o
►
'up the entire results, a fair mer­
chandising profit Ksulted for the
entire deal. This is all that can be
expected as far as storage eggs are
concerned. There will be no more so
called ‘hlMlngs’ on eggs put away
below the actual ooet of production
and sold in the fall and winter at
a price out of line with actual food
values. The co-operative organisa­
tions are in a pretty good position to
know the actual oost of production
and are also in a position to store
eggs themselves when they are not
able to sell at a price a little above
this cost."
First National Bank
Baby Chicks 1927
W e Have
Anticipated
Custom Hatching
PRESSURE
Come in and i
give our line the
“once over.”
REVIEW OF WORK OF
OREGON - - LEGISLATURE
--
w
HITT
S E R V IC E
T. H. Gaither
ï J. L, VAUGHAN !
Everthing
Electrical
FOUNTAIN
Hermiston
Transfer
Bert Mullins
Home Cooking
L. J. McAtee
REX CAFE
H a« Y o u r
Subscription
E x p ir e d ?
DON’T FORGET
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IM P E R IA L
CLEANERS
Legal B lanks for
Sale at This O ffic e
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