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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

jjj | FIGHT OF THE GAMBLERS One Set Run Completely out of Business. JUDGE HIMES FINE ONE H« Will Mtiot Claude In Twentieth Century Handicap— Several Big Betting Coups Pulled Off During Pttit Wcik. I By CHIP, (Special to The /TliiieH-Dlspalch.) CHICAGO, Septombnr s.— Tho public havo been highly nmiiHod during the past week by it. fight between two gambling factions. This Is a new feature In tho gambling line, nnd something unhosird Of In the history ol our city. •A fierce brittle luis wnged between Jim O'Lcury, king of the western bookmrikera," nni) tho /Smith-Terry syndicate fur thn • upremuey, whlrh in to decide who will control the public patronage throughout tho city.- Tho Smith-Terry crowd wanted C'Lonry to form n cornblno with them, not nlono to divide profits, but to rim the gambling buslnesH to oult themsokes. A« O'Lonry In n man of greut wealth nnd Independence, nnd hits always had ii monopoly on the hand-book buslnosß ot Chlcngo, ho laughed ut their asHurunco, and told (hum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

ACATJEMY-Mondfty and Tuesday, with Monday matlnoe, George Ober iii ( (1) "What Happened to Jones," .(2) Tho ■Wi-on* Mr. Wright" and (3) "Why Smith Left Homo." „.11 ■\VPtln(>s<lny nipht— Murray and Mack In '•A Night on Broadway,,'' Thursday nnd Friday, with Friday mat|,,pe_t;Y ftn k Diimont's "Happy Tloollsfan. ' BaturUay, mntlnen and nlifht— "A Convict's Ontißhtcr." BIJOU— AII the week, with special mntJnce Monday, tho thrilling, spectacular melodrama. "Lighthouse by t,ho Sea." , I>nßt week witnessed the opfinlng pt tho local theatrical sen son In real earnest, with four plays at the Acadomy; in addition to Iho usual, all-woek run at tho Casino. Theatrical patronage, taken as n. whole, w.ib good, and tho outlook is for an exceptionally robust fall (season. This week tho Academy presents a varied assortment of plays, well calculated to appeal to tho whims and caprices of that fickle public which supports tho show business. Thero will bo "something doi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

TO LAUNCH MARYLAND Splendid Ship Nearer Com pletlon Than Is the Custom FIGHTINGiTOPS ARE ON Some of Her Machinery Aboard and She Is Nearly Ready for the Plunge. Big Labor Day Celebration. . (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatcb,) NEWPORT NJSWS, VA., September 5.Prellmlnary preparations for tho lnunchIng of the armored crulsor Maryland are practically complete, and the. Hugo hull, Kllstonlng with a frbsh coat of red paint, now rests upon th,e ways tyitluntly awaitfng tho action which will release It from tho thraldom of tho Insonsuto and allow it to rush down into Ilia arms of old 'Father Neptune. Tho vessel Is now nearly 00 per cent, cotnploto, and It Ig probable that no other warship -over launched In this country has been bo far advanced whon she went overboard. Hor fighting tops aro In pb■ltlon and sorao of her machinery has boon put aboard. It is expected that an exceptionally largo crowd will be in attendance upon tho ceremony. ' Miss Jennie Scott Waters, of Baltimore, the sponsor, wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

DEATH CAME IN A FLASH , Mr, W. M, Justls* Sr,« Found Dead In an Office. ON THE STREET ALL DAY Fainting Spell'ln tho Morning, but Soon Recovered nnd Went About Business a» Usual— Had Pnpors , Clinched in His Handss. Mr. William M. Justls, a well known business man of nichmond nnd a Confederate Veteran who had n fine war record, wan foupd ilwl In lho olllco oC his son-in-law, Mr. Iladdon S. Wntlcins, on tho third floor of The Tlmes-Dlspatoh tulldlng Into last evening. Mr Justls must have died about B o'clock, or a little later. The elevator man of the building saw pome one lying on the sofa of Mr. Walk-Ins' ofllco aa.b u t (1 o'clock, but thought ho was asleep. Lnter ho went to the room and touched tho Pleeper, to find the flesh was cold. Ho at once reported tho matter, and it was soon evident to all that the sleep wai the sleep of death. The city coroner, Dr. Taylor, and Mr. Welkins wero promptly notified. Somo ono, thlnkmij life had not yet gone out of the body, sent for Dr. W. T, O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

THE CZAR-LIKE POWER OF J. P. MORGAN-HIS ■ PERSONALITY, AND HOW HE WORKS* ' Character of the Man Told by a Physiognomist from Photograph Twenty , Years Ago— At Tlmea Like Sails; bury, He Is a Lath Painted fo Look Like Iron— Private PostOfTic; In the Morgan Building Keeps Many Men Busy, By PERCY LINDQN-HOWARty (Copyright, 1903.) Notblnj in ancient or modern" History can surpass, or. even approach, tho. powor —now almoKt Cfc'ir-llJte— that in the lost few years has gathered and frown of lUelf around "th(! throne of the world's Slant financier, J. P. Morgan. His power In fult not nlono In the busy world of the bulls and bears, but In- so lar-rdachlng that by a turn of hl/j finder he can bring untold misery into ilia ltom«B of the humblest of our cltizon*, and con inako his name felt In the furthest corners of the tilobri. Apart from his landod enterprises, he l« now practically In command of the Atlantic Ocean and the ships /that sail thereon. While tho United States says "Congress •hal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

8 CORN AFTER MANY YEARS Good Crop from an Ear Kep In a Shuck Mattress, POSSUM IN CHICKEN ROOST County School Superintendent Will Go Outside the County for Teachers. Three Hends of Cabbage to the Stalk— Canning Factory. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatcli.) YORKTOWN, VA.. September '>■— Twenty-two years ago tho past spring M\lf. Jnmos Moore, :i fnrmer living In Iho lower part of this county, had , a son born unto him. and coincident with the child's birth the mother had previously mndo ono of the old-fashioned shuck matti esses. While In the process of making a ear of corn of that season's growth got Into the bod, and even though observed by the good wife, she allowed It to remain. Says sho: "When" my boy shall como of nge I will remove the ear of corn and plant him n crop for a start in life." Accordingly, the last spring tho twontyflrst birthday arrived, and In celebration of the. event tho mattross wns opened etna" tho seed ear removed and consigned 1 to Mother Bnrth. The c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

B MARKETS MONET AND EXCHANGS-CLOSE: •tsrlliM? «xehnng«, tiomlnal, with oetuijl business in bMiksr*' blllft «t J1.5f1.355»4.83.40 lor demand and itt IH|j.lM.HM.2«.for sixty day bill*; pouted mtei, M.M and M.871 commurolal bljln, 14,83. ■WBEKT-.T BAJ^K BTATOMKNT, NEW YORK, Sept/ 6.~Th0 Btataraent •f average of the clear n§ .hotmo banks of the cttv tot the week «howB» Loani 1«<,«6,M0, Increase il.BW.Bgp. Deposits 1938,181.300. <Jocrea«o «.M2«00. Circulation $43,871,400, decrense M 7.000. _L«Kal tenders »74,093,800, docrease $1,«17,Sneele *172,7JKi.000, decrease $2,241,904, Heserve $246,820,800, decrcaee |3,tfu,100. lieMorvo required $2Z8,532,8Zu, dcurosso ffurpltw tt 1 r.»«,»7B l decease »8,8W,M0. " B*. United States deposits 920,603,676) de«rea«e 13,893,800. WCHMOKD PRODUCE MARKET. ( Wboicsnl* pricus. Quotations corrected 'lues fIITS and Frlflnyß.) PLOUR— Receipts incr<!M<n£ md market quiet nYF,— Niw continue* In (air tiemttxl; tt«bt MMlpt*....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

W AUOtION aALIB-MONDAY. to A«|rustln« Royi>ll * Co., • «?, nMM ' I*n6*r Btilldlnn, ManehestßJ 1 , Va. i p tmi,lC BAhVI \ * OF (DNI3 OV THK NtCEST RESTDBNCKa IN THK CITY OF MANCHISSTMR, ON MONDAY, SBPT33MBBR 7, ISIOS, AT 6 O'CLOCK P. M., oU T)\k pRRMimw, ronNRTI 'nTIRTBKNTH AND Sn>ArMHS STUKKTS. Jiy dlrorllan of tho oniipr (n non-rrsl* flenO wo will soil nt nucllon on tho dny, liour nnd place nnmed nbovo, thnt vory nice and conveniently located roßldenco nt the northwest corner of Thirteenth nun eenimos Btrc<M.«. contnlnliiK (1 rooms in goad order. Tho nt>ighborhood Jh most excellent. Tho lot frn,nt« SI 4-12 tetl by 331 i ffet. This property Ib In n- n , lm P!l o \: iiiK P»rt of tho city, convenient to street cars, nnd nil the public works nnd Is a very nit Motive homo. TERMS: Very liberal and mnde known * tßftle; AOQUSTINB BOTA^CO^ Ht The Vnlontlno AHCtlon CO., " 012 Enst Urnnd Street. r\ UAHTF-RED-OAK OHAJUBER SUITS, QUAK\J TrnFD OAK WARD...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

B H f- »=» WAN T P^* s ' « MAU B . WANTED. KRVAKT Ut liouw wofk, Mi A, W'llfTTS', MOO llronk ttolid, HMif Lntnbfrdy Ktrent. WANTED, tome on* to oomo «»ory (iay and tsioh 11 child ill home. Call at 2200 Knsl MnWhSlI fitl'nct. WOMEN WANTED to tM a neoeilltr ta mattitirii $12 a w«ek el«hr. Hept. M,, no* M, WilUdolphla, W*AHT£b, *. (roefTiiMaa COOK I iIW •« «i» Iftt, Apply 2802 Isn«t Grace Htreoti lictvreon the hours 10 anil 1". ■WANTED, OIRLB <» mitkn papar bot««| b«tln« npfs imld extn wbllo leariiliiH! stjidy eraplorment. Apply to TUB nANDOljpn I'Al'lJlt lio?r co., I8i!i ltoss fitrnet. WANTED, It one*, throo exrerlenced HANDU on alclru, aloevca mid waist. AupLr bntwiion (1 nnd n o'clock MIM ROI'Wn, 700 ttiiit Clay Biltoti WANTED, a whIU WOIIAM to io s«nar*l houM ' ivarlt: good wa cot and permanent place to 11.0 rlajbt party? KiJCUII .10NBH, ftondron, ' : WANTED. In my fwnUy, «n •xp«rl«no«d TEACH. Bill competent In Ktißllsh, I^ntln, Krencli. and Mathematics. Address. RivJnK ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 6 September 1903

19 TRACED BY HIS BLOOD William Hayes Cuts Artery While Committing Robbery. THE BANKRUPT REPORT The Referee Declares that the State monts of tho Bankrupt Are So Preposterous as to Make It a Ro- , proach on Law to Grant It. (Special to Th« Tlaio»-Dl»patch.) NORFOUK. VA., September 8.-William Hodges is In Jail, charged with breaking and entering the otllee of Isaac Fass, /wholesale fish denier of Portsmouth. Hoiljrt'n entered tho plaoo last night throuKh a transom ovor the' door, but met with a n accident that nearly cost him his life. In gcttitiK throuch the transom he broke tho glass and cut an artery in his log, from which blood flowed In ereat quantities. Thlß morning Mr. Fass discovered that ho lmd boon robbed and traced tho robber to Dr. Halladay s oftlco by the blond mnrks on tho street. SENSATIONAL IU2TORT. Probably tho most sensational roport over mado by a referee In bankruptcy BBaJnst an npph'cant for dlschargo Is that jtvst filed by I^awrendo Oronor, reforco In tho case of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

TUB TIMES. KOUNftEfi I*R, THE I DISPATCH: FOUNDED IBM, SUMMARY OF DI'YS NEWS THE WEATHER. ■WASHINGTON. Bept. 7.-Forecflßt for Tucfidiiy nnd Wednesday: ■ Virginia— Fair; warmer Tuesday, Wodnofiday partly cloudy, probably showers In north portion; fresh southeast to south W North Onrollnn-Parlly cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday; light to fresh wist winds. Tho temperaturo yofitordny nnd Sundny van very ploanant. Last night \vnn scimovl«at chilly and blankets, which have beon packet! for months, wero hasllly dragged forth. T.ho weather man looks for higher temperature to-d-iy. BTATIS OF THIS THERMOMETER. 9 A. M TO 32 M "" ™ 8 P. M ™ 6 P. M _••••••;;; ITlgheßt tomporaturo yesterday *} Lowest temperature yesterday £•' Mean temperaturo yesterday • J» Normal temperature for September.- • <; rx-parturrj from normal temperature.... jn rreclpllatlon during past 24 hours w ' miniature; almanac. Sept. 8, JDCO. Bun rises G:4fl HIGH TIDE. Bun set* j..C,:ZQ Morning.... » :^ Moon rises 7:ffl_...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

of W/itv Blxtfiftn battalions of Mufila.htue, or Kfteond reserves, hnvfi hoen culled to arms In' the Sftlonlen., tJskuli nnd Motm* tlr district*, nnrt the artillery nnd cavalry roservcH of tho Adrlnmopla ana Smyrna districts have also boen mobilised. The eommnndpr of tho Third Army Corps Ims boon ordered to strictly watch the Bon-Inn frontier, where Vt Is thought revolutionary bandn will probably cross. THIS LADY IS 1 HEROINE (Continued From First Pnpra.) m It traa ppsslhle for the thins to bo done. Planting horsolf firmly nJid holding to one ond of the rail with all her •trenfcth, she sent tho other end within resell of hor oxlwmled companions. With the desperation of tho drowning both seleed it and held to It with th« grip almost of tho death thnt was ro near them. Mrs. Cannon pulled them ashore and worked vigorously to rosuflltate them. Sho succeeded in this also, making her gnllnnt rescue complete. Draw Them ABhoro When tho story came out at' tho house and the part Mrs. Cannon h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

POWER OF T - MANN LAW Will Be a Great Factor In Legislative Elections. A MOVEMENT IN DANVILLE 1 1 1* Stated that a Citizens' Ticket Wll Be Put In tho Fiold-The Ro- , publicans Are Danying Any Fusion. An Interesting story, Illustrative of tho •srtont the Mann liquor bill, unacted into law at tho recent hcshlou of the Uoncral .Assombly, will flguro l n the loglHlatlvo elections In many purls of tho Btuto this full comes from Dunvlllo. A gontletnnn from thai city last night stated that tho prohibition blcment and theme In Danville und Plttsylvania county favorable to the perpetuation of tho Mann Inw have decided to make a contost for the four seats In tho asKftmbly 'from that city and county. Dnnvlllo, it will bo romembered, recently went "dry" In a llcenso or no-llconso election, and strenuous efforts are being made thoro, not to enforco the law, but even to crush out tho social clubß, which many contend nro but menns of evnslon of the law. Tho majority, while not large, was substanti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

4 The Times-Dispatch Published Dally and Weekly A» No. 4 North Tenth Street, hlehmond, Va. Entered January 67, 1903, at Richmond, V«, ( as second-clasß Walter, under Act of- Congress of March 3, 1870, the DAtLT TIMES-DISPATCH Is sold nt a cents n copy. : M *,U „ The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH Is Held nt 8 cents n copy. 1 The DAtLT TIMES-DISPATCH by mall-80 conts a month: *6.00 a year: 11.80 for six months: *«0 for throe The SUNDAT TIMES-DISPATCH by mail $2.00 a yeai'. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, including Sunday. In Richmond and ManChester, by carrier, 12 cents per weoK. or BO cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, Carrier. 6 cents per week. The WEEKLY TIMES- DISPATCH, $1.00 n year. All Unsigned Communications win oe rejected. Rejected Communications will not bo returned unle-s accompanied by stamps. Uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 619 East Brond Street. TUESDAT, SEPTEMBER 8, 1903. Persons leaving the city for the summer should order The Tlmes-Dlspatch mailed to them. Price, 60 c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

MR. HEPBURN RESIGNS Decides To-Morrow Whether He Will Come Here. COLLECTINOTHEIRFORCES i ■' ■ . Pastors Returning Vigorous from Their Vacations, Preparing for Work of Fall and Wlnter-Dr. Haw ' iholWs Anniversary. The congregation of the Fulton Baptist Church will not be In suspense much longer regarding tho intentlona of Roy. David Hepburn, of Balllmoro, who has boon elected their paatior, but up to tho present timo has given thorn no intimation of what ho expects to do, It Is understood that ho Ikib telegraphed here he would givo his decision to-morrow, Sunday he resigned his churoh, the Second Baptist, of Baltimore, and that ut first glanco would look ns if he intended to come to Richmond. But he has long hod In mind gojng Into evangelical work, and for that reason giving up pastoral worlr. Thin may bo his purpose in resigning at the present time. Tho Baltimore Sun of yesterday contains the following! "Roy. David Hepburn, pastor of Scoond Baptist Church, at Luzorno and Orleann Str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

6 FLAGS UP IN PORTSMOUTH Schools Presented With Bibles and Ensigns of the Nation. TRIED TO KILL WIFE & SELF Violent Actions of n Negro Who Went Insane— A Laundryman of Conway, N. C, Missing— His Bank Book Found on Rlvor Bank, j (Special to Tlio 'rimes-Dispatch.) NORFOLK, VA., September T.— With apl.ropriato ceremony tho public schoolp of Portsmouth wore to-dny presented with American flags mid with Bibles by tho Junior Order of United American Mochnnios. The event was under the nusplces of Mason Council, No. 153, and Peabody Council, No. ldfi. of Portsmouth. A* programmo consisting of patriotic aire, an address by the Rev. L. 11. Guyer, and other exercises had beon prepared, and the programmo was carried out at the Second District School. prior to the exercises there was a parmlo of tho principal streets, a bmss bnnd heading the procession, AN. INSANE FIEND. Arthur Jones, colored, of Hodges' Ferry, Norfolk county, became suddenly deranged yesterday and attempted to kill ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

PRINCIPLE OF PRIMARY That Is WJiat its Advocates Will Contend For, WILL BE A GREAT BATTLE Some Able Stump Speakers Who May Advocate the System Before tho People— Another Story of Poll- . tical Activity at Hot Springs. >* much attention Is being paid by the politician* to tho rumor of tho alleged Hot Bprlng* conferenco on the subject of fighting tor the Senatorial primary plan, at to the nominations being, mado throughout the State for mombors of tha l*gi«l»tare, and tho su6fi«Mlort3 jtnsit gome of the most powerful and effective campaigner* In tho Stato purpose taking the stump in the spring and appealing directly to tho people to uphold the principle has had a staggering effect upon those who up t© this tlmo have thought ft Would be eaßy to discredit tho new ey»tera before tbe Senatorial campaign of 3i*o corner on. Furthor Inquiry Into the matter reveal* the fact that the subject was dismissed at tho Hot Springs, and that some of th« molt eloquent speakers In Virginia ag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

HELP WANTED— FEMALE, WOMF.N WAHTED U Mil » B*o«Mlty it molhon: HH « wwk «!«»'■ "'t»t M., BOX TO, Philadelphia. ___ WANTEtVIn m 7 family, an experienced TEACH, tilt: competent In RmHlsh, t/tittn. VttMto Mtmle mid Mnllifmnllo. AililrtM. gltlnj reference "nil experience. A, I* I itjttj, attoiilh, nuckltißlinm county, Yn. WANTED, A HOUSE OIRL) none hood apply without n jwod recommendation; 80S Enst Frnnklln. WANTED. Ih Illolitiiend by S*plomlt«r 15111. two while OtRLg. cook and house RlrJ; only throf In fnmllTi K"<"1 v-ngm nnct (tond limnp. Api'l.* hr tfttnr. nllli rrfcrrncM. to H. D, F., c»ro Ji «•. noil, Swept Sprlnjcs. W, Vn. A YOUNO LADY, urtdimtn In uliortliAnd »nd tv|.cnrl(lne. ileolrfß n i>osltlmi In nn nrricc or prtiool: !>o*t rpfpfcncps. Aildrrns C, i~> Knlnrnnin Slrcnt, Stnmiton, Vn. >fICE7IIii"INED yorniß ludy, with eoei eduoa(lnn, wishes position of some M,"' I )' ,f?Jfi flrr. A-Iclrc»s, »U(lnB ternu, POSITION, cure this...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 8 September 1903

MONEY FOR THE SCHOOLS Attorney-General Replies to tho Supervisors. WHAT CONSTITUTION SAYS No Legislative Enactment as Y«l This Subject — Any Oopltatlon Tax Levy Since July 10, 1902, Invalid. Attorney-General William A. Andfirnon has received several eommunlcntlrmß from county board* of supervisors, requeuing his opinion (is to tholr power to levy r capitation tax, In addition td Iho Btute poll tax of lI.CO, on every resident of the cbiin&r, and to npply thn money so obtained (o th* county public nchool fund, 01 line It for olhor county purposes. f-eetlon 6 of Article X of thn former ConniHutlon of the Stato prnvi'do.tl that "counties and corporations shall havo power to Impose a cnpltatlon tax, not exceeding fifty cent* per annum, for nil purposes." In nccordanee with this provision of 4he old Conntltutlon, the Log««liUure onacted Bectlon 833 of the Code of I.WT, which sec(lon In merely n statutory authority of tho conftlt'titlonitl nowcr nhnv quoted. CAPITATION TAX. The...

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