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Mical Happening
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Brorson Tolman was in from Lu
ther Saturday.
Chris Helm made a trip to Bill
ings this afternoon.
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E. E. Hansen was in the city
from Edgar Tuesday.
David E. Mills of Casper is in
Red Lodge this week.
Mrs. Anna Dewel was a visitor
from Castagne Tuesday.
F. M. Fry and wife of Hudson,
Wyo., are in the city today.
W. E. Downs Jr., of Billings,
was in Red Lodge Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Abraham
son visited in Billings Monday.
Attorney E. B. Merrill transact
ed business in the city Tuesday.
For sale: Child's coat, twelve
tarn to match, only
Reasonable. Call
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year size,
slightly worn.
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B. F. Ingram, Belfry business
man, was in Red Lodge Monday.
Mrs. Mary White visited on
Tuesday in Red Lodge from Boyd.
Mrs. Jordan Bean of Bridger,
Was a Red Lodge visitor Tuesday.
John Normile, Joliet garage
man, was in Red Lodge Tuesday.
Attorney Grover Cecil of Bill
ings, wate a caller In Red Lodge
Sunday.
E. O. Rieckhoff, Billings business
man, stopped at the Pollard Hotel
Tuesday.
Shannon Trynear of Pueblo,
Colo., is in Red Lodge today on
business.
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J. B. Hickman, Phoenix Utiity
■official is in the city from Livings
ton today.
C. Anderson of Billings, is among
the guests registered at tlie Pol
lard today.
Mrs. Alice McKinnon visited laist
> Aday and 'Saturday with relatives
An Bearcreek.
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Russian
Mineral Oil
Internal Lubricant
For Constipation
Quarts
Gallons
.$1.35
$4.00
Red Lodge Drug Co.
Phone 25
Tonight SPECIAL
Tonight
IRIS Theatre
Red Lodge
LAST TIME
Thursday, October 15
AKMED MAHAMMED ALI
HASSAN
IN PERSON ! ! !
The Original Arab Mystic
And His All
COMEDY HYPNOTIC SHOW
OP FUN, MIRTH AND LAUGHS
ALSO—Don't fail to see Akmed in
His DEATH DEFYING Drive. He
will drive a car thru the streets
after being BLINDFOLDED!!
Drive takes place at 4:30 p. m.
Each Day.
THIS SHOW PACKS 'EM
And is sure to please. It is Clean,
Wholesome Entertainment.
Prices, 10c, 35c.
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O. J. Rice
JEWELER
Red Lodge, Montana
High Gradé "Watch Repairing a Specialty
We use genuine Factory Watch Material in all our
Repair Work
EVERY TRANSACTION GUARANTEED
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ferry were
visiting with friends in Bear
creek Sunday.
A. T. Holmes, state deputy game
warden" of Billings, was in Red
Lodge Sunday.
R. S. Coleman returned Sunday
from a visit of several days at Po
catello, Idaho.
Dr. E. M. Adams is back in Red
Lodge after a two ^weeks' sojourn
in the Midwest.
Bruce L. Sweet, an officer of the
Natural Gas company, is here from
Livingston today.
For sale: Child's coat, twelve
year size, tarn to match, only
slightly worn. Reasonable.
103.
Call
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Charles Maxwell and Frankie
Develle motored over from Bear
creek last Friday,
J. W. Forrester, of the Cooke
road survey crew, arrived Mon
day from Portland.
The best ready-to-wear glasses
sold by K. N. Koski, 123 S. Broad
way.
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F. W. Byrd, official of the Mon
tana Power company, is In Rea
Lodge from Butte.
Mrs. M. E. Clark, Bridger Cafe
proprietor, was in Red Lodge to
day on a business mission.
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C. V. Jones, cashier of the
Bridger bank, was a business vis
itor in Red Lodge Tuesday.
W. E. Pinkney, of the Montana
Power and Natural Gas company,
came in Monday from Butte.
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H. A. Hassan, billed at the Iris
theater, registered from Chicago
at the Pollard Hotel Tuesday.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Proudlock
were visitors Tuesday from Bill
ings, Mr. Proudlock on business.
A. F. McCune of Bllings, is reg
istered at the Pollard. Mr. McCune
is a former Red Lodge resident.
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E. S. Perry, state geologist of
Butte, is in Red Lodge today on
business connected with his office.
C. B. Provinse, rancher of the
Clark's Fork region, was a busi
ness caller in Red Lodge, Monday.
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Judge Robert C. Stong of Bill
ings, is in Red Lodge today to con
duct a session of the district
court.
Barber shop for sale. Small
town. Good business. Best sea
son during winter months. Write
Jack Richards, Bearcreek, Mont.
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R. B. Armstrong, representative
of the Bell Telephone company,
was a visitor from Bozeman Tues
day.
Frank Coleman, district manager
of the Montana Power company, Is
visiting in Red, Lodge from Bill
ings.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Muir of Har
lowton, were in Red Lodge Sunday
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. O.
Miller.
Mrs. Frank Durant was hostess
to the ladias of the Episcopal Guild
at the Guild roorris Wednesday
morning.
Mrs. D. W. Hutchinson from
Great Falls, is visiting this week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al
mo Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porath, M.
L. Long, and Gladys McKinley
drove in to Red Lodge from Lu
ther Sunday.
A. L. Rankin of Billings, is
stopping at the Pollard hotel
while spending a few days here
on business.
County Attorney E. P. Conwell
and Undersheriff James Fairgrieve
went to Fromberg today on offi
cial business.
FOR SALE—New Royal Port
able Typewriter at reduction. Call
264-W.
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A. T. Whitehead of Denver, who
has been in consultation here with
Charles Hare, geologist of the
Ohio Oil company, left Tuesday
for the East Texas oil field.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. McLean,
with their two sons, returned Sun
day from an extensive trip in
northern Montana, touching at
Helena, Missoula, Kalispell, Gla
cier Park, Great Falls and Lewis
town,
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Dr. N. Salvail and wife of Hel
ena, came yesterday for a few days
visit in Red Lodge and Bearcreek.
They were accompanied by Miss
Cecile LeBrun, also of Helena. Dr.
Salvail is interested in the Inter
national mine at Bearcreek.
DR. GORKINS, well known eye
sight specialist may be consulted
about scientific, reliable optical
service and correct glasses, at his
office here in the Pollard hotel,
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 16 and
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17.
The new pastor of St. Anthony's
church at Laurel is the Rev. Thom
ate Starkle, formerly of Red Lodge,
and pastor of the church at Plevna
for the past year. He went to Lau
rel after the departure of Rev.
Shevlin for Gi'eat Falls.
We have all kinds of gas appli
ances—gas boilers, water heaters,
and heating plants of all kinds, as
well as all styles of conversion
burners. Your old coal heating
or cooking stove can be exchanged
for modern gas equipment. We do
installation work.
Red Lodge
Plumbing and Heating, Phone 75.
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Mrs. Henry Albert entertained
the Tuesday Night Bridge club this
week. Two tables of auction were
in play with honors going to Mrs.
P. Maddio and Mrs. Clarence
Do whs. Refreshments were served
at the close of the evening.
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Hubert Simmons, son of H. A.
Simmons of Red Lodge, was elect
ed secretary-treasurer of the Inter
fraternity council of the State
University fraternities, at a recent
meeting at Missoula. Hubert is in
bis senior year at the "U".
Word comes from Zion, HI., of
the birth of a daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Shank, last Friday. Mrs.
Shank will be remembered by Red
Lodge people as Miss Elsie An
derson, the daughter of Mrs. Mary
Anderson, and a sister of Mrs. E.
B. Shelley.
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On account of business -depres
sion our regular price of $1.00 for
cleaning and pressing Men's suits
ladies dresses and coats will be re
duced to 75 cents during Special
Cleaning week frojn October 8 to
October 17. No extra charge for
Red Lodge
minor repairing.
Cleaning and Pressing Company.
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This week closes the first pe
riod of the Red Lodge city schools,
Friday being the last day of the
first seven weeks terra. Examina
tions are being given this week,
says H. B. Field, superintendent,
and the period's work is being
summarized. Report cards on the
scholarship of the grade students
are to go out next week.

Pete Mileski and his son E. T.
Mileski, arrived from Worland,
Wyo., last evening by airplane.
They were accompanied by R. Cul
bertson also of Worland. Mr. Mi
leski is a former Red Lodge busi
ness man but moved to Worland
some years ago where he has since
been engaged in farming on a
large scale. He owns his own plane.
The Mount Maurice Bridge club
met at the home of Mrs. Sam Car
penter last Thursday. There were
two tables of contract bridge in
play with firbt honors going to
Mrs. C. P. Keyes, and second high
honors to Mrs. L. M. Slavens. Re
freshments were served by the hos
tess at the end of the card Ses
sion. The next meeting of the
club will he held at the home of
Mrs. C. N. Lutrell.
The Literary department of the
Red Lodge Woman's club met at
the home of Mrs. C. C. Bowlen,
chairman, Tuesday. Members an
swered to roll call with recom
mendations of contemporary hooks,
and heard, during the course of the
program, two book reviews given
by Mrs. E. B. Provinse and Mrs.
William Freakes. Before adjourn
ment, a committee was appointed
to arrange for observance of Book
week next month.
At a regular meeting of the Red
Lodge Aerie No. 742 of the Eagle
lodge, officers were elected and in
stalled to fill recent vacancies
caused by resignation and non
attendance of former officers. S.
C. Merriman was elected Worthy
President in the place of Steve
Glotch, who had resigned his po
sition, and Milo Schank was named
as Vice-President, to fill the va
cancy caused by the non-attend
ance of the regular functionary.
A. E. Wilkinson conducted the in
stallation ceremony.
Be a Good Listener
A pair of good ears will drain drj
a hundred tongues—Franklin.
CHURCH NOTES
Belfry, Bearcreek and vicinity
Rev. G. Scott Porter, Pastor
Sunday, October 18, 1931.
BEARCREEK—10 a. m. Sunday
School. 11 a. m. Preaching Service.
Thursday, 6:30 p. m. Christian
Endeavor.
CHANCE—2 p. m. Preaching
Service.
PIONEER—2:45 p. m. Sunday
School. 3:45 p. m. Preaching Ser
vice.
BELFRY—10
m. Sunday
School. 6:30 p. m. Christian En
deavor. "How to Answer 'Wet'
Arguments." 7:30 p-. m. Evening
Worship. Wednesday, 7;30 p. m.
Prayer meeting. Study of the Book
of James.
WASHOE—9:45 a. m. Sunday
School. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Preach
ing Service.
BOWLER —3 p. m. Sunday
School.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
H. W. Woods, Pastor.
Sabbath School, 9:45. Morning
Worship, 11:00.
Epworth League, 6:30. Evening
Worship, 7:30.
Everyone cordially invited.
Strangers especially welcome.
At Roberts—Sabbath School,
2:00. Preaching Service, 3:00.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Frank Durant, Minister.
Service and sermon at 11 o'clock.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Guild,
Wednesday afternoon in Guild
room.
JOLIET—Service at Episcopal
church Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock, at which time the minister
will read the Pastoral Letter of
the House of Bishops.
Frank Durant, Minister.
FARM PROBLEM IN
CONGRESS WILL BE
BIGGER THAN EVER
Creation of Farm Board has
Not Relieved the
Situation
By Raymond Clapper
United Press Staff
Correspondent.
Washington, Oct. 15.—UP)—No
session of Congress would be com
plete without the farm problem,
and it will be back next winter
bigger and noisier than ever.
Soon after President Hoover
took office he persuaded Congress
to create the farm board, but bis
early hopes have been shattered
and the rohlcm which has vexed
all post-war presidents is now
more acute than ever.
The farm population may be
moving to the city, as the census
bureau insists, but the farm prob
lem stays right where it has been
for ten years, onrthe necks of pol
iticians.
Even President Hoover is now
regarded as cool' 'toward the work
ing of the plan which he spon
sored. Those close to him speak
in terms of ridicule of some of the
attempts of the board to bolster
prices. President Hoover regard
ed the farm problem as an eco
nomic one, but some of bis advis
ors frankly regard wheat and cot
ton as political, so far as Wash
ington is concerned. They hold
that the only cure is for the farm
er to plant less and that every- 1
thing else is superficial.
Nevertheless, the coming Con
gress will be bogged down with
plans. They will range from the
proposal of Senator David A. Reed
Rep., Pa., for abolition of the farm
board, to those of Senator William
E. Borah for a trial of the deben
ture plan, and that of Senator
Smith W. Brookhart, Rep., la., for
appropriation of $2,000,000,000 to
give the farm board what he calls
"a real chance" to show what it
can do.
The farm hoard has abandoned
its policy of stabilization, the at
tempt to raise prices by buying
huge quantities of wheat and cot
ton. The board has announced it
will buy no more of either and it
is now concerned with trying to
find markets for the surplus. The
$600,000,000 revolving fund appro
priated by Congress has been ex
hausted, but Chairman Stone of
the hoard recently announced that
no more money would be sought
in Congress. The board's concern
now is in getting through the win
ter without being condemned to
death by Congress.
In ■ Nutshell
A man Is In general better
pleased when he has a good dinner
than when his wife talks Greek.
Have your old shoes half
soled and save money. When
you get good work done, re
member where you got it.
Louie Ross Shoe Shop
For Good Work.
DIS. COURT HOLDS
REGULAR SESSION
Judge Stong Grants Divorce
and Hears Grand Larceny
Inf ormation
Judge R. C. Stong of Billings,
conducted a session of the district
court at Red Lodge Tuesday, Oct.
13, disposing of a number of pro
bate and ex parte cases, hearing
one arraignment, granting a di
vorce decree, and making one com
mittment of a state charge.
The application for committ
ment of Rosa Senn to the state
school at Boulder was heard by
the court, and after submission of
proof, the order was signed.
A decree was issued granting Er
win E. Hansen a divorce from his
wife, ^Irs. Mae Hansen.
In the case of the State vs.
George Kurinko, who was recent
ly arrested on a charge of grand
larceny, an information was filed
by County Attorney Conwell. Kur
inko entered a plea of "not guilty,"
and was placed under a $1,000 bond
by t{re court.
Permission to carry a gun was
granted upon application by Joe
Zuber. Applications for mothers'
pensions were heard by the Judge,
and eight probate cases were
brought before the court.
Two eases, that of the Agricul
tural Bond & Credit corporation
vs. D. M. Simpson, and Harry Gird
wood vs. Laura Girdwood, were
dismissed.
One foreclosure was Issued, and
a decree quieting the title of Otto
Herranen and Otto Kansala to 120
acres of disputed land.
JANET L. NORM
PIONEER WOMAN
PASSES TODAY
Mrs. Janet Northy, wife of
Thomas Northy, died early this
morning, Oct. 15, at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Emma Suggs,
in Red Lodge. (She had been ill
for several months.
Mrs. Northy was born in Bed
ford county, Pennsylvania, Oct. 5,
1870, and lived her earlier yeans in
the eastern states. She came to
Montana in the yar 1884, and in
1888 she met Thomas Northy, to
whom she was married at Boze
man. Mr. Northy first came to
live in the state in 1883.
After residing at various Mon
tana cities, the Northy family
moved to Red Lodge in 1889, dur
ing the month of August. They
lived for three years in this city
before moving to their ranch home,
near Fox, almost 40 years ago.
While residing there, they be
came one of the most respected
families of the community, and
played their part in the develop
ment of that section of the coun
ty. Last year Mr. and Mrs. Northy
moved in to Red Lodge, their ad
vancing years making it difficult
to continue operation of the farm.
Six children were born of their
marriage, five of whom are sur
Mrs. Emma Suggs and
vivmg.
Mathew Northy are residents of
Red Lodge. Mrs. W. O. Brigham
of San Diego, Calif., Mrs. R. L.
Alleger of Centralia, Wash., and
Mrs W. J. Reddy of Aberdeen,
Wash., are other members of the
family. Mrs. John Robertine, a
daughter, died four years ago at
Sheridan, Wyo. Mrs Martha Ren
ton of Seattle, is a sister of the
deceased, and a brother, William
Watson, lives in Chiago.
Arrangements for funeral serv
ices had not yet been made this
morning.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Oct. 8.—Lawrence D. Francis
and Laura A. Olson, both of Ther
mopolis.
Oct. 10.—Park Chalmers Simp
son of Sheridan, Wyo., and Mar
garet Anna Connolly of Big Horn,
Wyo.
Oct. 14.—James Clair Bingham,
and Mrs. Dorothea M. Smith, both
of Meeteetse, Wyoming.
Oct. 15.—Joseph N. Umherger of
Wytheville, Wyo., and Alma L.
Hakonen of Lander, Wyo.
Osteopaths Elect Starr.
Lewistown, Oct. 14.
W. Starr of Billings, was elected
president of the Montana Associa
tion of Osteopaths at the annual
meeting here last week. Columbus
was chosen for the 1932 meeting.
(UP)—C.
To Erect Monument.
Hinsdale, Oct. 14.—(UP)—It is
proposed to create a national mon
ument at the Miles' Crossing of the
Milk River, about eight miles west
of Hinsdale.
REAL ESTATE
OIL AND GAS ROYALTIES
AND LEASES
D. M. MARINO
Red Lodge, Montana
OREGON WANTS
RALPH O'BRIEN
PRISONER HERE
According to a telegram received
Tuesday morning by Sheriff John
Albert, Oregon authorities have ap
plied for extradition papers for
Ralph O'Brien, held this week in I
the Carbon county jail. O'Brien,
who committed thefts recently in
Carbon county, is wanted at Gres
ham, Ore., on seven criminal
counts, among these being the i-ob
bery of a jewelry store and the
theft of $1,000 worth of diamonds.
Oregon authorities are expected to
arrive today to take O'Brien to the
coast.
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0 Bnen is one of the three men
who were bound over to the Car
bon officers last week, after hav
ing been picked up in Billings.
They were arrested for alleged
participation in the robbery of the
Warner blacksmith shop at Edgar.
O'Brien was identified as one of
the men wanted for the Oregon
hold-up, by a letter he had writ
ten to a girl concerning part of the
loot. Officers of Billings and Red
Lodge subsequently identified
photographs of O'Brien sent out
by the Multnomah (Ore.) sher
iff's office. Sheriff T. M. Hurlbut,
of Gresham, upon being notified
that his man was held here, asked
for his transfer to Oregon for
trial.
Another man, Roland E. Black
well, is wanted for the Gresham
stick-up, in which $1,000 worth of
diamonds and watches were taken
from a jewelry store of that city.
EAGLE MINE IS
IN OPERATION
The Eagle coal mine, in Foister
gulch, one mile south of Bearcreek,
has reopened for the winter. From
75 to 100 men will be given em
ployment there this winter.
While idle this summer, the
Eagle mine was not entirely un
productive, as many geologically
valuable fossils were taken from
its depths by mem beds of the
Princeton expedition. It has ac
quired a reputation, both for the
quality of its coal, and for its sci
entific interest.
BELFRY ENDEAVOR SOCIETY
ELECTS OFFICERS
The Belfry Christian Endeavor
Society held their fall election
of officers last Sunday, with the
following members elected to of
fice: president, Ruth MiYsgrave;
vice-president, Pearl Wink; secre
tary, Edith Musgrave; treasurer,
Elizabeth Higbam; program chair
man, Ruth Toothaker; member
ship chairman, Claire Andrews;
recreation chairman, Lizzie Lay
man; publicity chairman, Lola
Musgrave.
Like a Potato
Love Is like a potato—It's got
eyes, but it's blind.—Collier's Week
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Men's Fine Furnishings and Shoes
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Heat Your Home with
GAS
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Gas heat is efficient, si
lent and it needs no
looking after, no lug
ging or feeding of fuel,
no breaking of backs
shoveling coal, just turn
it on and your rooms
are filled with a de
lightful warmth.
We have all kinds of gas appliances—gas boilers
—water heaters—all styles of conversion burners.
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We do installation work.
RED LODGE PLUMBING
& HEATING CO.
Henry Albert
Phone 75
TO GIVE PLAYS AND DANCE
AT LOYNING SCHOOL OCT. 24
.. A play and a masque ball t®
liven up the community about El
bow Creek, will be given next Sat
urday, Oct. 24, by people of the El
bow Creek district.
Miss Kathryn Egan, teacher at
5 he Loyning school house, is to
bave charge of the dramatic pre—
sen ^ at, | on - Those who will take
P ar ^ s the cast and assist in the
P Iia ^ uc t' on are Miss Blanche Egan,
Miss Katherine Egan, Miss Dor
j ^ Tunnielitf, Robert and An
drew Ro P inson . a "d Howard Han
se . n j ^ ' s ex P ecte d that two plays
wlU be Presented during the eve
rung. A small admission charge
will be made to cover expenses and
CQst of servi 1 after the
entertainment .
BIG HORN SHEEPMEN
SHARE LAMB PROFIT
WITH IOWA FEEDERS
Hardin, Oct. 13.—(AP)—Many
Big Horn county sheepmen will
share their profits on this seateon's
lambs with Iowa feeders.
About 50,000 head of lambs will
be shipped from this section this
fall to feeding grounds near Des
Moines, where they will be fattened
to go in the market next spring.
The grower's share of the income
will be the fat lamb price on the
animals' present weights. The feed
er's share will be the increase ia
poundage.
Among the shippers are the Ant
ler Sheep company, the Johnson
Sheep company, F. C. Woodley and
Charles M. Bair.
Change Is Natural
The world's a scene of changes;
and to be constant, in nature were
Inconstancy.—Cowley
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Partnership of
E. M. MORTON and
CHRIS HELM
In The Carbon Steam Laundry
has been dissolved.
E. M. Morton has purchased all
the interests of Chris Helm.
CARBON STEAM
LAUNDRY
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