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SALEM. OREGON. FIIIDAT MARCn 11, 1ML
Anral Conycnt'oi for Ma'ton
J ConntJMYIII Meet
AT JEFFERSON ON THE THIRD
TUESDAY OF MARCH LARGE
A Lettsr Issued t th Sunday Schools
of tho County, Urging All to Send
Representatives to This Most lm-:
(From Wednesday's Statesma n .) i
The Marlon County Sunilay School
Association will met , In annual con
vention in Jefferson, on ; Tuesday,
March 18th. and will continue on the
following- day. Wednesday, ::An excel
lent program has been arranged for the
-occasion, and a most interesting meet
ing' la expected , by the management,
while the. citizens of ffersori wlV
leave nothing undone that can contrib
ute In any way to the success of the
convention. The following letter has
btert issued antflent out .to the Sunday
schools, by the presidents of the several
dlHtrkts: ,!.- -- ! ' ' T
"IhfHT Fellow Workers: The Marlon
County Sunday School Association will
hold its annual cony-entlon at Jefferson,
on the 18th and 19th of March. 1902.
There will be four sessions, at ,2 and 7
o'clock p. m of the 18th. and 0 a, m.
and 1:30 p. rn. of the; 19th. It Is most
earnestly desired -that, every Sunday
school in the county be represented.
"A Good Program Great pains has
been taken to arrange a program . for
theoccaslon. The Rev. CVA, Dotson,
our efficient Field Worker, will be with
us 'and othi f prominent Sunday school J
workers havebeen secured for the :-
casion. .'- " . ' . i
.'The Financial Question Please 're-!
meinbr the contribution expected trom
your Sunday school, for the state and
tounty association wprk. Our Last
i ounty convention authorized a pledge
.of $100 to be made from the Sunday
schools of this county to the State As--H4K
ition work. It was estimated, that
$30 woold be required for necessary I
expenses n our county work, making a
total of $120 for SunJay School Asso-
iatlon work. The pledge to the State'
Association was, accordingly made at
our l.att state convention. , Relying
tii'g the pledges thus, made by the dif-
frT-nt counties, our state executive
t Oifimlttee employed a field worker
the Rev, C. A. ' Dotson who has beenl
c ontinuously a4 ; work during the year,
organizing, and pronioting the Sunday
S-hotl Association work in a very efn-
lent manner. In order to raise the
fitnount rt qoirert for this fund. It' was
!irnued that 5 cents, each, from the
total enrollment of those schools that
had jwiiil tht'ir quota last year, ; and 6 I
Cents from those who had" not, would i
.'rnlse the necessary amount. . Will you j
picas, men, oe prompt in senaing in
this aniotint if , you have not already
done so to r Mr. John : Bayne, Salem,
'Rcm -in her That our field worker's
s.ilary-nV""av'eH'1g, expenses must be
m-t. Iet It not be said Of Marlon
county that .it failel to redeem its
plcdg-, when It requires such a. small
Hpiount from each one to do so. Re
member atso that f you fail to send in
uiir (juota, you are placing that addi
tional burden on otlv-r schools. '
?;For Next Year lie sure to have the
dtU giite rom your School come to the,
onvntioii Instructeu"- to pledge to. the
AfiH4 latlon Work, tlv? amount your
school is wining to contriDuie tor uie
work of th coming yean Please do
not fall In this.
''important -As soon as ,lt ls powsl
bfe. Send the nnms of those who1 will
Uaun the convention from your school
to K. 11: Market t. Jefferson, Oregon. If !
a g-cntleman and his wife, are delegates,!
pi iie m.tke a note of the fact In order
that proper provision may be made for
' t-ntei'talhmept. ; You-wlll p.iy full fare
':glng to Jefferson where arrangements
,wiil nviie. for your return on one-
thinl fore. " T
"Reports Krwiosed herewith yoi
will find blank report cards. , Please ful
these but as the Wank Indicates arifl
forward by return mail to Robert Reld.
Salem, Oregon. ; Ittls important that
thes- be re,nt in at; once, so that a
proper -report. can be made to the con
vention. Do not forget to report your
-Home Department If you haye bne.
; "Do Not Forget That we Waant you
at this convention. We want the ben
efit of your counsel nnd of your pray
ers, and we want you to avail yourself
of the benefit that will be derived from
all the gcod things that will be brought
out there, we want to counsel together
regarding the best manner of conduct
ing our Sunday schools. theVbest
methods of teaching, and the most ef
fectlye means of leading our young
p-Hjple to .he Savior. Pleas do not
Howl any little Inconvenience to stand
in your, way, but come Jn the name of
the .xrd i of Hosts, and may III
t hoicest blessing rest upon you. Tours
mowt cordially, I
-C. J. AT WOOD.
-President Salem District;
"J. O. BEARDS LET, T"f-. -pt
."President Haj-svUle DIsirict. j
"REV. J. M. DICK, f
President Woodbum District
t W. U HICKS. ., 1
- . "President Silverton District.
"HENRY C. PORTER. .
r "President Stayton District.
- ' "CI ! A RL.F.S ' TO WXSEN D,
"President Red Hills District.
"REV. W. H. JONES, ;
. "President tJnton District.
"President Marlon County."
r The program for the convention Is as
Tuesday Afternoon Session.
2 p. m. Devotional Service R,?v.
I H. Pederson. f i '
2:15 Address cfj Welcome -T. IJ.
Sackett ' , - '
'2:$0 ResDorvse SubJtvt.
T-s Run. -
day School as a Factor in Preparing
the Young- for Good CKIzenshlp Rev.
Geo. C. Rltchey. L . -
2:45' The Sunday School Teacher
Rev; C. A. Dotson. I
W5 How I conduct my Class of
Rig Boys Mrs. C.J. At wood-
Discussion on above subjects.
3: SO President's address and ap
pointment of committees.. '
:50 Address to the children Rev.
LK. Knottx. , '-r.,V
Tuesday Evening Session. . 1
7: p. m. Devotional Rev. Merrttt
7: 15 i Government in Sunday School
Levi M. Gilbert, j
7:20 Decision Day How We 'Ob
serve It F. A. Wiggles. ' :
- 7:45, Discussion on above subjects.'
I 8:00 Address Object and Sphere of
Association Work Rev. C. A. Dotson.
, S:4 How we. conduct our Sunday
School C. J. At wood. x? i
Wednesday Morning Session.
; a. m. Devotional Rev. C. A. Ra
t:lS How we manage our Home
Department Mrs. F. L. Pound. ;
9:30 How I conduct my . Normal
Class Rev. N. Shup
9:45 Training; of School Workers
Rev. C. A. Dotson. ! ':
Discussion on above subjects. :
110:15 Supplemental Sessions Rev.
W. R. WInans. . '
10:40' Report of district presidents,
Salem, Haysville and Woodburn.
.!. 11:00 Help ; superintendents need,
from a superintendent's standpoint J.
n. T. Tuthin. ' . ; .
11 : 15 , Help teacher's need, from a
teacher standpoint J. D. Darby.
11:30 .Report of committees and
elec-tlci? of officers. ' (i
' Wednesday Afternoon Session.
"1:30 p. m. Devotional Rev.; F. M.
George. : . ' l i
1:45 The benefit of Teachers Meet
ings -Miss Anna McNarr.
2:00 Modern Primary Methods-
Mrs. RJ I. Farmer. . ,
2;15 The Home Departmentr-Rev.
C A. Dotson. 5 i 1,.
"2:45 Report of District Presidents,
Silverton, Stay ton, Marion and Red
mils. j ;
ALLOWED IN PART
:1 "; J
GHTS PETITION IN THE
GILBERT BANK CASE
Disposed of Yesterday by Judge R. P.
Boise A New Petition Filed for
Reimbursing a Purchaser of Drafts
(From Wednesday's Statesman.). '
The petition of P. S. Knight, la the
case of Tilmjgn Ford, executor, plain
t&T, vs A. T. Gilbert, et defendants,
was sustained by Judge R. P. Boise In
the second department of the: State
Circuit Court yesterday, as to the
draft , for $20 Issued v by Gilbert Bros,
on the Bank of California, San Fran
cisco, but the. petition for an order di
recting the, receiver to redeem a note
for $1000, executed by Knight In favor
of Gilbert .Bros. bank, and assigned by
the latter to. the First National Bank
of Corvallis ' as collateral,, and credit
Knight thereon for the amount-deposited
by him to apply upon the interest
and principal of the note, was over
ruled, the court holding that when the
note was assigned to the bank at Cor
vallis there was no recourse in equrty
and the only thing which Knight could
do would pe to redeem the note him
self and file a separate claim! for the
amount deposited, about $375. The pe
titioner was granted leave' to amend
his petition. :'!'
. The. petition of Louisa and Her
maun Barr, which, was similar; to that.
of Knight's, being a note assigned ; to
M. P. Brown as colla'I. was con
tinued. r ; ' :
John Bayne filed a petition for an
order of, the court directing the recelw
er to v pay the claim of A. S. Bpley for
about $700 the amount of drafts Issued
by Gilbert Bros, on the First National
Rank of Portland. ' (
The argument In the case of W. II.
Kiran. olalntlff. vs. James Finney, de
fendant, a cross bill. in equity, which
has been occupying the time and at-
V'nt,on of the court for the Pot three
wns opened at 2 o clock m,yes-
terday, and was not concluded until 6
o'clock when the case was submitted
and . taken
The Oreg n Fire Relief Association
has been a. success ever since It brgan
business In January, 1835, and is now
growingfaster4 than ever before.
Its annual report of December. 31
lWt, ghow net gain In amount of in
surance In force of $2,628,787. which la
50 per cent mora than the net gain tf
any previous yeary. It paid 135 tosses
4ut ing the year, amounting to $23,600.
It is strictly, a mutual institution
which, furnishes the besfcof
Fire Insurance at Cost,
For further particulars, address A. CI
Chandler, secretary, McMlnnvltle, Or
egon, or If you reside In Marion eotjjny,
call on or address H. A. Johnson.
(agent). Salem, Oregon.
AN EXCELLENT SERMON Was
preached last night at the Presbyterian
church by the lie. J. E. Snyder, on
"The Battle for a Soul.? Otie lady
came forward for prayer.; Congrega
tion much larger than the ' night prevl-
tion mucn larger tnan tne nignt prev
ous. Mrs. Wiggins sang 'Ninety ar
Nine" in i most tender and eff ectli
manner. Rev. Snyder will preach- to
night at 7:30. Come promptly so ui to
enjoy the song and prayer service
which will precede the sermon.
EVERT TOWN NEEDS "-A "Racket
Store to regulate prices. The New
York Racket saves you money- even
when you; trad wltH the : "Iregxilar
stores.. Tou can save stin ' more- by
trading with The New York Racket.
Salem's cheapest one-price cash store.
2t-dw. . - :h
FINED FIVE DOLLARS. At Tur
ner, yesterday. A. J. Miller was arrest
ed, charged with assault and battery
on his neighbor. Fred Muller. He plead
guilty before Justice of the Peace T.
E. Herren, and .was fined $5.
Trescass .notices printed on
the .Statesman orace.
FLAX TO BE :
Of Tciay's Mcetlrrg of tbe Salem
WHAT MR. BOSSE SAYS OF THE
FUTURE OF THIS INDUSTRY
A Sample of Oregon Flax, Sent to Bel
gium. Said to Be Equal to the Best
X Produced in tho World What the
New Company Expects To Do. '
(From Wednesday's Statesman.)
'. Mr. E: Bosse. the reppesentatlve of a
company of Eastern capitalists who
will establish a flax-fibre plant In this
city In the near future, is busily en
gaged looking after the. company's in
terests and making preparations to be
gin operations1 at once. He says that
in Belgium two bushels of seed is Mown
to the acre and at Sdo tfiey only sow
about 170 pounds or less than 1 bush
els, but he thinks that the soil here will
bear a much heavier crop and for the
first year Intends, to sow about 90
pounds, to the acre.--flax weighs 55
pounds to the bushel and thinks that
the soli will support and produce more.
That Is to be Judged, however, by the
quantity of flax and the quality of the
"The climate," says Mr. Bosse, "has
more to do with the fibre than the soil.
the flax plant being composed of two
different substances, the woody, sub
stance, or stalk, and the fibre. The
stalk receives Its nourishment from
the soil while the fibre is nourished by
the oxygen and nitrogen In the le
mentsi : and therefore this climate.
which! is almost Identical to that of
Belgium, should produce a quality of
none 1 almost equal to 'that of Bel
He stated that he had taKen a sam
ple of the fibre produced hear Sclo
back to his company at "Green Bay,
Wisconsin, wheree put It through the
latest Improved : "retting process' and
the company was delighted with the
result; he then sent the fibre back to
Belgium, to a large linen manufactory,
to have It passed upon. and. he said
that .the experts of ' that factory pro
nounced .it equal to that produced In
Belgium, which Is saying much, as the
best flax fibre In the world Is produced
In Belgium and the finest of linen fab
rics manufactured from It-
He is well pleased y with the pros
pects in this valley and feels certain
that Salem within a few years will be
the site of one of the greatest linen
factories In' the world, and it can be
supported by such land as Is obtain
able within a radius of fifty miles of
the city.- - -,
When asked about what forpe would
be employed in connection with the
plant he stated that it would require,
for the first year, about 150 hands for
about three months, or during the
rush, and that about twenty-five hands
would be employed the year around.
and, as the capacity of the plant was
Increased so would be the force of em
ployes.' He is very enthusiastic in the
matter and thi nks that the Salem peo
ple do not relise what Is In store for
them, v " -
He will appear before the meeting of
the Greater Salem Commercial Club at
4 o'clock this afternoon, when he hopes
to perfect all negotiations and be
ready to start out on his quest of la.n1
on the following day, and, K is to be
hoped that there will be a large at
tendance to hear what Mr. Bosse has
to say. . There will also be other mat
ters of prime Importance .. to the city
to come up before this meeting.
Five rea My transfers were filed for
record In the county recorder's depart
ment yesterday the consideration of
which aggregated tire sum of $1518; one
mortgage of real estate for S 4 (7, and
one satisfaction of a mortgage for $200
were also filed 'for record. The deeds
Ernest Shouherson. et aU to Ole
C. Molberget. 31 acres of land
In section 28, t K a r 1 w, w U. .J1145
Luella Francis McCarty and hus
band to Henry Carmody, lot No.
3, of block 2, In the town of
Oatesvltle, w d...
H. A. Thomas, et ' al-. to R, A.
Wltsel. li N). 5, ,r. and 8.
of block C in Turner's addition
to the town of Turner,' w'd... .
A, Lambert, et !., to, J. L. Cook,
et al.. lot No. 5, In block S6, of
St. Paul, q c d...... ... ......
J. R. Miller and wife to Willis M.
Cad well, one-half Interest in a
small tract of land In section
10, t 9 s, r 1 w, w d !..,..
TV? tsl ....
Hem. Company Filed Articles,' and
NswX MarbV Firm Will Begin
three new companies filed Jsarucles.
Fraternal , Home .i Purchasing Com
pany will build and deal In houses and
do a general mercantile business. The
capital is S10.OOO, and the badiurters
at Portland. R. H. Pratt. Ai K. Pratt
and K. D. Pratt are the incorporators.
The Lost! ne Lime -alt Marble Com
pany, of Los tine, will develop and deal
in marble claims anS quarries in Wal
lowa county, with headquarters at Los-
tlne. The company has a capital or
$1000. E. Riesiand. B. F. Potey. C. E.
Van Pelt. F. R. Foster. B. Foster. O.
J. Poley are the Incorporators.
The Scblffler Tailoring Company, win
i(a a vmiamI nrrii&nt tailoring bust-
Operations in Wallowa County.
in the state departments
The capital stock
is $2000. and E. A. Sehlffler. P. Lane.
and W. D. Fechter are? the Incorpora
tors of record.
NEW SETTLERS. A message from
Bryant, s. D states that twenty-seven
of the Bryant people, were on their way
to Shaw. Or, to seek new homes. .
SEVERAL PROBATE ORDERS
r WERE MADE, YESTERDAY
Mrs. M. C Smith, as Administratrix of
the i Estate of W. M. Smith. De
ceased, Discharged from Her I
'; Trust The Down Estate.
The final account of Mrs. ' M. C
Smith, administratrix, of the estate of i
Wm. M. Sm hit, deceased, having come
on for hearing. In the Marlon county
probate court yesterday, and no objec
tions being made and It appearing that
the estate had been disposed of prop
erly except the sum of $59.0S. the court
ordered that upon the administratrix
presenting receipts to thecounty clerk
showing that said money had been
properly distributed, she be discharged
from her trust and her bondsmen, ex
onerated from further liability. ! '
Elizabeth Down, John Down." Fits
Hugh Down and Wm. Down, heirs to
the estate of James Down, deceased,
filed a request to M. J. Adams and Al
fred Down. Joint executors of the es
tate to file their final account and
turn over all of the property of the
estate to the persons entitled thereto,
subject to the mortgage which the ex
ecutors had placed thereon by order of
the probate, court and they, the heirs;
to assume the payment of the mort
gage and the debt secured by the same.
William Town, C M. Hlnkle and
Julius Fisher, appraisers of the estate
of Benedict Phelps, deceased, yester
day filed their Inventory and appraise
ment thereon showing a. total valuation;
of $45.00.60 of the property belonging!
thereto consisting of both real and
SENT HOME TO DIE
GOVERNOR GEER COMMUTED
SENTENCE OF A BOY
.-.-. j .
Who Is Gradually Sinking with Con
sumption Ha Was Formerly in
the Reform School, and fVs Sent
to the Penitentiary-from Albany.
' ' :- ' ' '' '
(From Wednesday's Statesman.)
Gov. T. T. deer yesterday commuted
fhe sentence of Claud! McIIargue, ot
Ur.n county, serving ' a term In the
Penitentiary for forgery, and the
young 1 man was released and taken
home by his father. McHargue Is a
young man, scarce more than a boy.
He was first sent to the Reform School,
and-when released from that institu
tion, soon got Into trouble again. Ha
committed a forgery, was convicted
and sent to the Penitentiary for four
years, and was received at that Insti
tution on March 17.'18. He has
consumption, and for a year has been
unable to work, while during the past
few months be has been confined to
the hospital. During the last two or,
three days he has suffered several se
vere hemorrhages, one in particular i
being very serious. The youngs man.
as stated above, was taken to bis home
at Albany, where he is expected, to re
main until death ensues. It being be
lieved that he cannot long survive.
Clemency in this case was Urged by
large number of . citizens of Linn
county, and especially by Jar. w. A.
Cusick. the -prison' physician, ! who
stated that the prisoner could not live
long, his death being a matter, of but
a few months at lease -
TWO NEW TOWNS
, HAVE INCORPOR
Their Actions Certified ts the Seers
tary of State by the Respective
County Courts One New Com-
The new town of Haines. In Baker
county, has been incorporated, and the
incorporation, 'as perfected before 'Hhe
county court of Baker county, was
yesterday certified to the Secretary of
State. TheJofflcers elected are:- Da
vis Wilcox, mayor; R. P. Anderson,
recorder: W, 3. Welch, treasurer; R.
Toftey, marshal; W. L. Toney, Henryl
Perry. John Ingram, S. . Hammond,
A. Long and B. F. Toney, councllmen.
The city ' of Freewater, in UmaUUa
county, has also f Incorporated under I
general incorporation act of Is 93. and
the same, certified by the county court
of Umatilla county, to the Secretary of
State. The officers s elected are: D.
Talbot t. mayor; A. S. Pearson, re
corder; F. W. Evan, marshal; August
Tanke treasurer; A. C NChristensen.
J. A. Clements, Fred Freudlg. Wm.
Johnson. J. S. Vlpson, and J. i-B. Young I
are the councllmen.
. The Star Ftiundry, of Portland, filed
articles of incorporation in' the State
Denartment vesterdar. The company
has a capital of $500, and Ht W. Neer, I
Edward Jasper and G. U Bishop are
IS POPULAR NOW.
"Poverty Luneheona" offer a good
way of combining pleasure and phllan
thropyi . Hair a doseni girls sgree to
meet at the home of each. In turn, once
a week, or Once a fortnight, for lunch
eon. . At each meeting ; eacn guesi
brings fifty 'cents, which Is given to
some charity, and each hostess pledges
herself not to exceed three dollars In
preparing feer entertainment. These
prices and contributions may. of course,
be varied at pleasure. At the close of
the meal the hostess must tell the price
paid for each article of food, which the
guests note tipon their menu cards. A
sample menu would be: Canned bouil
lon 1S cents): creamed codfish, served
in green propria ithtoui, ww iwiiwii
of chops (SO cents). with puree of I
French chestnuts centsj; saaa oil
chopped apple and celery with mayon
nalse. served In red appla- Cents);
pineapple ice served In the whole rind
(5 cents): coffee (S cents): bread and
butter (15 cents): Total. $2.23.- Ladles-
ROBBED A DEPOT
AND ARE ARRESTED.
Two Men., to Be Brought to! Salem
This Morning, from Ashland,
Charged with Burglarizing
Station at Tuifter.
An Information has been filed In Jus
tice of the Peace J. O' Donald's court,
charging Ralph Bland and George
Koonts with the larceny of .tjwo rall- j
road tickets, numbers 1 and 2 land val-
ued at $i4.90, to San Francisco from the J
Southern Pacific railway station Nat
Turner, on Monday. March 10th. TbtsJ
ts the same case referred to ta the f
Wednesday issue of the Statesman, ex- j
cept the names, which were
until It was certain that the
had been, apprehended. .
The details of the capture
thieves have not as yet been
from a reliable source, except
men had been arrested at Ashland and i
that Constable J. H. Lewis
for that place on the late overland on
Tuesday night to bring them back to
this city, and he Is expected to arrive
with them on this morning's overland.
The Information was filed by
Bingham, through Deputy District -At
torney J. H. McNary.
IN PROBATE! The petition to re
move Miles Lewis from his
executor of the estate of C. J
by Mc Mnlkey. Estella. Mulkey and
Margaret 'A. Simpson, all the heirs and
legates of the estate oh the
that he , had neglected the
nis omce and was not oroDerlv per
forming the same, was argued before
the Marions-county court yesttrday by
L. II. McMahan, attorney for
titioners, and W. H. and
Holmes, attorneys for the
The entire day was consumed
the case which was submitted
taken under advisement by the
OFFICERS CHOSEN. The ' annual
election of the W.1 C. T.J. passed off
very pleasantly yesterday afternoon.
uiu uie louuwintf omcers were eieciea
President, -Mrs. D. Matheny: corres
ponding secretary, Mrs. Runnells; re
cording secretary, Mrs. Allen Rhodes;
treasurer, Mrs.; Scriber. Before the
close-of the , meeting a book, "The
Beautiful Life of Frances E. Wlllard.
by Alice D. Adams.- was presented to
the reading- room.. .
IN SUPREME COURT. Ini1
preme Court, yesterday. In thle matter
of the guardianship of Katie R. Wil
son, Maggie F. Wilson. Maurice B.
Wilson and Enos L. WUsonl minors.
Orpha Cutting;, as guardian, and Katie
R. Wilson, appellants, vs.. Fred Scher
zlnger, J. W. Hellenbrand, T.
ind' G. H. Page, petitioners.
ents. 'came up for hearing. R. O.
appearing for appellants, ani
d if. L.
Eddy for respondents.
The Leading Farm Paper of the Pacific North- ,
west. 20-page illustrated weekly, $1 per year.
Wo want good agents and solicitors and to such- -will
pay a liberal commission. Write for terms.'
dvei Users should patronize the Ilomestead.
Special rates on long ti aae contracts. Clubbing rate with the
"IVice-a-Week Statesm Ftn, if paid in advance, orwithin six
months after giving tho order, $1.75, . I
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and besides him, we bat to pay
a force of over 40 men, who art,
employed In tlie several depart
meat of oar establishment In
printing of various kinds. Every
thlng printed here, from a caiV
Ing I card to a newspaper. . Will
you become on of our patrons
.and help to promote home mann-
I urine 7 '
Urt-UCE Mala, 204 1
of Liberty and Ferry streets.
stables of the
livery, feed an
city. . Ha vs
ladles waltlng.and toilet rooj
Large stock of fruit trees and shruo
bery. . All stock free from pests and
diseases; .All trees delivered free l&
Salem. Write Jfor catalogue." February
and March are good months to plant
7Y Q. JONES,
7 " ,
BBED A DEPOT It waa report
edlast night that th Southern Pacific
pot at Turner had been forclly enter-
on Sunday night or early Monday
- 7morning and some tickets stolen. Fur-
ther than that nothing could be learned
- ' except that the officers of the law were
hitupon the trail of a party, to whom
suspicion strongly points and, it Is
thought, he will be apprehended sooni.
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8,000 WEEKLY '
STATESMAN JOB OFFICE
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psttern ts sseh subscriber).... $1X3