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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920
WE WANT MECHANICS AND LABORERS
of ali kinds to work in this plant. Wc also want
young men to learn to operate the dhTercnt mach
ines, good pay while learning and chance for promo
tion to good paying position.
We also want women for light machine and
E. & T. Fairbanks & Co.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Employment Dept. . . w J f &" '
ST. JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
J. M. SWAN & SON
Caldcrwood Bld. Tel. 438-M
Uunnetl, Shields & Cunant
TeL 65 St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Ut. UAUtU Q. ALÌMJKJU
Citizen Back Bolldio
Tranci Fitteci for Raptar
DR. VV. A. GAGE
Spinai trouble a specialty. Office
hours 2 untìl 4 every afternoon.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday evo
ning, 7 unti 8.
Calderwood Bldg., Phone 658-M
G. C. FRYE
Citiiexu Bank Building
Bt Johnsbury, Vt TeL 295-hi
SEARLES & GRAVES
Citizens Bank Block
St. Johnsbury Vermont
A. &. HASKiNìi
Ryes Ezamined Glasse Fornishsd
SPECIALIST IN OPTOMETRY
, St. Johnsbary, Vermont
JKRCHANTS BANK BLOCZ
DR. J. D. BACHAND
vthtan Building, St. Johnsburv
B. FRANK HARRIS
TEACHER OF PIANO
Pythian Building, St Johnsbury, Vt
T. R. STILES, M. D.
Office in Merchants Bank Block.
Rbeumatiam, Asthma and diseaaes
Da F. O. MOORE
Cnlderwood Building, 42 Eaitern Aye.
St Johnsbury, Venront
Office Hours 912. .o0 6.
H. W. CONLY
Heating and Plumbing. Hot Air
Furnace Work a Sp .Rlty.
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
THE COWLES PRESS
PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING
Stationery, Post Cards, Dainty
Thinga for Holidays and Birthdaya.
MAPLE GROVE CANDIES
R8-87 Eaatern Ae.. 8t. Johnsbury
I gn?rantee every in I fil
to hold the rupture perfect
ly, to be easy and coafort
able, to gWe complete aatii
fiction in efery way.
WELCOME B. EASTMAN
C. F. 150 YN TOM. Asrent
PHOENIX LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Citizens Bank Block
Cari D. Hopkins gives you the best
of service. Large comfortable cars.
Mountain trips a specialty. Special
service for weddings, funcrals and
other oceaaions. Night service.
Oarage open day and night. Cai- to
meet al) night traina and ali other
work in town. Auto Storage day or
night by day, weck or month. Phone
Special attention to town calla.
Prices rcasonable for lonT drives.
Phone Avenue House, 402, 151-M or
house, 212-12. P. J. Martin, St.
The Blakc-Cowling Mfp;. Co"
Automobile Springs and General
Light Machine Jobhing
Tel. 727, Bay Street. St. Johnsbury
KODAK DISVELO l'I NG
and Printing. Leave Films at Ran
dall & Whitcomb's, Searles' Drug
Store. Mail orders promptly filled.
LEON R. IJIMICK
Fresh V'egetables and Flowers.
-7,.- Dclivercd every day.
Thono ,r,l7-W .SI. John: bury
FTLMS DEVELOPED AND
Good Work Prices Reasonab!e
Leavc at EDMUNDS' DRUG
STORE, Lyndonville, or send to
Lyndon Center, Vt.
The Cozy Furniture Store
Dealer in second-hand Furaituri
Stores bought. sold and exchanged
N. DUMAS, Manager
Phone 679-M 84 Easltern Arecn
The Strongest Insurance tu
18 WR1TTEN BT
The Crawford Rannej
G. B. MarrUl M. L. Uadw-wa
IF YOU WANT
Monuraents and Marker
Cali to G. E. Veilleux Granite Co,
tfhere you can soe the work Il im.
up before you bay. The show roon
is opposite the Passenget Station, Si
JOHN F. IIINCH
New England Mutual Life Ina. Co.
42 E. Ave., Calderwood Building
FRANK B. JACQUES
Metropolitan Ldfe Insurance Ca,
Office in Citizens Bank Bloct
JAMES B. CAMPBELL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
6f Eastera Avenue, St àohnsbnr;
Porter, Witters & Longmoore
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Citizens Bank Building
8t Johnsbury, Vermont
the George p " moore"
Insurance Any Kind
26 Eastern Avenue
C. B. CHASE
Bicycles, Guns, Sporting Goods
94 Railroad Street
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT
Automobile Fire Insurance
IMPEY AND CUMMINGS
Provident Life Men
3 Portland Street, Brunelle Block
St. Johnsbury Lsundry
Fully enuipped to ?s evervthino' in
the Laundry line. Also one day
work. Office and works
St. Johnsbury. Tel. 229-1
Ridia rdson's Toilet Parlors
Hairdressing, Face and Neck Mas
sage, Scalp and Hair Treatment
Children's Hairculting, Manioure.
GUY W. HILL
Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing
78-80 Eaatern Ave.. St. Johnsbury, Vt
Reliance Electric Company
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Hcat, Light and Power Wiring.
S. R. 'CARTER F. B. KERR
Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Organs
and Player Pianos.
and Printing. L?avo your films at
Brigham's Pruir Store, Paino's (Uindy
Kitchcn or .1. A. McLeod's. 15 North
Avenue. McLEOD & KILLELEA
Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Successor to A. M. Goodrich
The Ex-Hotel Touraine
ls stili doing business on the Hiil
Biown's Iilocl; E, J. FROTTKN
MRS. LUCY DOUCETTE, of
Manchester, N. H., who says
she's just so happy over the way
Tanlae rcstored her health she
can't kecp from telling people
"I ani just so happy over the way
Tanlac has restored my health that I
can't kecp from telling pcople about
it," said Mrs. Lucv Doucettn. nf 7fi
Stark Street, Manchester, New Hamp
shire, a few days ago. "I sufrered so
long with chionic indigestion that I
dirln't know what it was to sit clown
and enjoy a single meal. My stom
uch was so badly disordered I had to
live on the strictest diet, and nothing
sccmed to agree with me. At t.mes
my breath sccmed to bc cut off, and
I would suffer tenibly for houis at a
'"I lost my stiength completely and
became so weak and run-down I
would give out several times during
the day and would bave to stop and
rest. I was ctremely nervous and
irritable and just felt like i would
break down completely.
''One day I saw a statement from
a friend of mine who said Tanlac h'id
helpcd her wonderfullv. so I was con
vinced it was a dependable medicine
and I began taking it immcdiately,
and I ani more tban pleased at ti
s))londii! results. My appetite im
jirovcd right from the first, and the
honible indigestion from which I
suffered so long has entircly disap
peared. "I have now finished mv fourth bot
ile, and can eat just anything I wish
without anv bad ufter-effeets. I also
slccp lietter and have more stivnnta
and energy. It is a pleasure to teli
otiicis whai Tanlac has done in my
TANLAC is sold in St. Johnhuiv
by Landry's Drug Store, and in West
Burkc by Chas. H. Coburn, and in
Lyndonville at Edmund's Pharmjcy.
Some Look as If Tliey Had,
YonIerful Imw a girl wlio wcnrs a
genrgi'tlo Mouse, a vcil, a lui i r net
(imi pcrfnrated lioso l;eeis frnm cet
tiiiR ali t anglod up in the nieshes?
Easy riding Ford touring car, carc
ful driver, terms rcasonable. Outside
trip only, no villagc work.
F. R. CLIFFORD, 14 Main Strc.t.
Tel. Office 93-M. House 32G-J
On the "Plain" two tenement house,
each tenement entirely separate, bath,
electric lights, garage for auto. Price
$4700. Owncr lcaving state Scpt. lst.
On Railroad Street, 7 room house,
furnace, , full bath, electric lights,
hardwood fioors and finish in evrry
room and closet, possession can be
had at once. Can be scen any timo.
A. B. DOW'S AGENCY
12 Eastern Avenue
Over Bailey's Music Rooms. Tel. One
IN THESE DAYS OF
We are liable to forget the
main object or line, which in
our case is
To illustrate, only a few days
ago a lady carne into our store
and modestly inquired if "this
was a hardware store?" We as
modestly replied that wc hoped
to advertise it as such in about
Hardware is our main line,
look our stock over. Do not
hesitate to build a house on ac
count of alleged high prices.
Let us get together.
The Peck Co.
HELP WANTED !
Men for handling lumber, manufac-j
turing boxes, piano parts, and ven-!
eer. Work from (!.45 to 5.18. One I
hour for dinner. Saturday afternoon;
off. Wages depend on the ability of !
the man. Also, one Night Fireman!
Wanted. Anyone inteiested cali and
talk it over.
THE E. L. CHANDLER COMPANY.
Company L on Long
Hike at Daylight
(Continued trom Dage 1)
tii'.i Buzzell thiat his men had execut
w . Jiis dirucuit iiu.i iuer ueiCvi- n.u .
other national guard oiganiza
i.v.i tftat has been in camp trus sum
uCi. ine peopiu ot JNewport shouid
i.ei proud inai ihey have such a line
i.ii.iikry organizaiiun right at nome.
me men were conipleiely tired out
af a the trip having muUc a good deal
!t at "numi: un:-.' bui in w dit
ali happy. At timei during the skirm
ìsn me men passed thiough blueberry
uushes whicn weie loaded with ber-
ìies and as a result the men had a
good healthy lunch enroute.
Such strenuous exercise as skirm
ishing through woods and over wide
brooks is bound to be a great benefit
physically for the civilian soldiers. It
is a fact that some of the men have
gained considerably since they have
been here and probablv the average
man will return home four or flve
pounds heavier in weight. Not only
are the boys adding weight but they
are becoming more muscular as a re
sult of the stiff work they indulge in.
This should be an incentive tooth er
young men to get busy and sign up
with the national guard. The boys
who attended this muster will have
plenty of things to teli when they get
home that will make lots of the other
youn'j inen envious. There hasn't
been a complaint from any (juarter.
Everyone is fed rii-ht up fine, have a
fine place to sleep and are treated
"white" by the offlcers.
A physical examination was given
each member of the company on
Monday and Tuesdiy and every man
but two succceded in passing the test
in fine shape. Those two were Rob
ert Jk'coteau and Louis Wright. The
fornici- was rejected on account of a
weak heart while the lattei- is suffer
ing from lung trouble. Both men will
remain thi ough the muster but Will
reccive their discharge when they re
turn home. It is too bad becausc
both men like the guard company.
Every member of the outfit is look
ing forward to Friday when the boys
will get paid otr for their muster trip.
The ay ioli was signed by the men
on Tuesday and the boys can hardly
wait until pay day. Needles to say a
largo number are "dead broke", while
others are "badly bent."
Sergeant Earle W. Davis and Pri
vate Richard I. Howe were invited
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Pai'is in Fitchburg on Monday even
ing where they were entertained at
a musicale givenby several very tal
ented artists. About 15 fricnds of Mr.
and Mrs. Paris attended the affair,
which was greatly enjoyed.
Mrs. M. E. Iiaywood rendered sev
eral beautiful voeal selections, Ger
trude Chency Iiartlett, formcrl" of
Beebe, 't., gave several readings
while Milo Rabideax favoicdthc audi
ence with varied piano solos and ac
companiments to Mrs. Haywood's
songs. The entertainment was as
fine a one as one could wish to hear.
The host and hostess served very
delicious refreshments. Mrs. Iiay
wood and Miss Bartlett are members ,
of a musical company that entertain- j
ed the soldiers during the war. ;
While visitin- in camp recently,
M r.-. Donald J. Emery, wife of Lieut.
Emery, h ad dinner at the oflìcer s
tublc in Company L's "mess" hall.
A party of soldiers, including Top
Sergeant "Poley" Mayo, Mess Ser
geant Bruce Fitzpatrick, Cook Chas.
Garrett and Privates Philip Aubin
and William Lapin-re motored to
Whalon Park in Fitchburg Monday
A largo number of Companv- L
boys attended the rcgular Tuesday
evenin- dance at the Hostess House
and ali reported a fine time. There
were a great many more girls at the
dance last night than there were last
Private George Morrill had a nar
i'ow cscape the other night from se
rious injury when he was thrown
from a bucking bronco in front of
Company L barracks. Morrill was in
the act of mountintr the horse when
the animai lurched throwing the rider
over its head. Morrill landed on his
head and shoulders but was unir;
Some of the musician members of
the Company have succceded in bor
rowing a piano which they have in
stalled in the lower barracks room.
Every evening a crowd can be seen
gathered around the piano while Pri
vate Earl Lewis plavs and the various
Fitzpatricks and other members of
the organization sing.
Mrs. Albert Pelkey and Mrs. F. E.
Vancour of Newport and Miss Mar
seline Pelkey and Fred Pelkey of
Hudson, Mass., were guests at
"mes:;'' recently of Bcrt and Rudolph
Pints, $ 1 .05
60c a Peck
A. H. Gleason & Co.
Main Street, St. Johnsbury Vermont
Pelkcy. It vas What you might cali
a Pelkey reunion on a small scale.
The entire company sat for their
pictures Tuesday eveninr when a
panorama view of the whole organi
zation was taken by a Boston photo
grapher. Copies of the photograph
will be issued to the boys far $1.00
Company L and D will leave early
Saturday morning for their home sta
tions. A rumor had been circulated
about the camp that the boys were
to be sent to Camp l)ix, New Jersey,
after lcaving here, but upon investi
gation the report was lound to be
Private Earl Vance has been con
fined to quarters for several days
suff ering from'boils on his side. The
boy is getting better, however, and
should be in good condition to make
the home trip.
The second innoculation was given
to several of the boys on Monday.
With most of them it went easier
than the first one. However, a few
were so, ili from the effeets, that it
necessitated their staying in quarters.
Private Léonard Currier seemed tobe
the worst off, beine unable to go on
to the rango on Wcdnesday.
Private Earl Lewis has been ili
in camp for several days with an at
tack of the grippe. As a result he
has been unable to chili or do any
A heavy rain fell ali during the
early hours of Wcdnesday, but it
ceascd in time to allow the company
to procced to the rifle rango fDr prac
tire. Later in the morninp- there was
a drizzle but it ceased before noDn.
It is unusual, th amount of ìain we
have had since being in camp. There
have been but a few days that it
hasn't vained. The dampness of the
atmosphere in this section has been
the cause of a great deal of sickness
in camp although there have been
few severe cases.-
Billy Mossa and E. E. Puffcr, both
of whom are well known bv Newport
folks, had "mess" with Company L
one day last week. Both boys are
working on this brandi of the B. M.,
and were visiting the bovs and re
ceived an invitation to dine.
Th big fìeld day that had been
planned for Monda" was postponed
at the last moment and was the cause
of disappointment to the men, who
had looked forward to sceini? some
fine athletic contests on the field.
However, a few boxing bouts and
wrestlin" matches worr held in the
Camp Gymnasium on Monday even
ing and were attended by several
hundred soldiers. Company L as usu
ai rlrew her full share of honors.
walking a.vay with two important
wrestling matches and one draw.
Piivate Dan Murray threw Private
Daniels of Company I in 16 minutes
At Willoughby Lake
DANCES EVERY TUESDAY
Friday night, Music by the
New Harmony Orchestra.
Tuesday night, Music by Hen
ault's Orchestra. Refreshments
served. Good Parking.' Police
A good seven room cottage with
modem improvemenls, and large gar
den. Located near Fairbanks shops.
Two-tenement house, barn and
largo garden. Easy terms.
Thrcc tenement house. Ali modem
improvements. Nearly new. Near
Best rooming house in St. Johns
bury. Easy terms.
Chas. E. Kirk St. Johnsbury
Softdrinfca, cigarr uni)
Steam-heated ree ma.
92 Railroad Street
Caring for Baby
Be watchful of food and keep
bowels open with Dr. Caldwcll'c
.. . Syrup Pepiin
THE young mother soon Icarns
from exnerience thatsutnmer
days are often days that try her
patience. The heat makes baby
peevish, rcstless and cross.
Foods that in coldcr woather
were easily digested, now scem
io cause cuaircss.
Whether tho milk or tho cruci is at
fault, seo tliat the howels move rrmi
larly. Thero Is noihinsr that rrcat-.a
grcater discomfort in tho aummor thon
cnnstipation. It huats the hloud ami
causes nervousness, headachc, fcvrr,
rolds and a host of minor ills. In tlifso
little ailmenta it is always wcll to sus
pect constination and filve half n tea
spoonfulof Dr. Caldwcll's Syrup Pepsin.
It is a combination of pi ni p!e l.ixntlvn
herbo with pepsin, and the most idci.l
medicine you can clve a baby. Il is
mild and pcntlc in action, never cripcs
and tastes eood.
Miilionj of iKnplc
8 million bottlcs were bought atdnig
with a head scissors. Private Joseph
Gratton, a Company L man, and
won the fall in six minutes. Piivate
Perley Raymo wrestled a Company I
man to a draw. The boxing matches
were between members of other com
panies than L.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Skinner ani
daughter, Ruth, returned home Mon
day night from their trip to Yai
mouth, N. S. .
M. and Mrs. M. K. Bruco anf
family, Miss Clara Alien and Miss
Lou Adifms of Lowell, Mass., ,o
Saturday to Joe's Pond for ten days.
Ali persons having unsettled book accounts with
The Amos W. Scott Co., are requested to cali at 74
Railroad Street, on or before the last day of August,
and settle, either by cash or Note, ali accounts unset
tled, or not otherwise provided for on the lst day of
September will be placed in the hands of a collector.
The Amos W. Scott Co.
MALE and FEMALE attendants and
nurses wanted at the Veimont State
Hospital. Wage scale materially ad
vanced Aprii 1, 1920. Apply to E. .
Stanlev. Supt. 19 tf
GAKPENTRS WANTED J. M.
Swan & Son, Calderwood building.
Tele hone 438-M. 2 tf
WANTED AT Ò1CE Two table
girls. Experience not .ìecessary.
Seven dollars a weck with board and
room. Cali at the Fairbanks Inn. 23tf
WANTED Saleslady who can speak
French at M. A. Weiner's Store. f!8tf
WANTED A kitchen woman and
table girl at the Heiirhts House,
Lunenburg. Mrs. A. J. New-man,
proprietor. 40 tf
WANTED -A dishwasher at the
Star Restaurant. 42 tf
WANTED Pupil nurses and attend
ants at the Taunton State Hospital.
Wages $45.00 per month with main
tenance. For particulars address Dr.
Arthur V. Goss, Supt. 42 tf
EXPERIENCED TEACHER want
ed for rural school of about 20 pu
piU at South Peacham, Vt. Salary
3'17.00 per week and state ani. Apply
George F. Miller, Director, Croton,
Vt. 44-46-wky lt
WANTED Young man to learn
drug business. Apply at Searles
Drug Store. ' 45tf
WANTED Girl to do chamber work
and table work at a summer boarding
house at North Hatley, P. Q. For
references, anlv to Telephone 91,
WA N T É7) C o ur' n head farmFr
and cook for boys' school. Executive
and efficient. $1800 and maintenance.
Also women for departments. Coun
ty Truant School, Lawrence, Mass."
WANTED House of six or seven
rooms on the Plains. Will pay $35 to
$40 rent for desirable place. Good
tenement will do. Ploase notify this
WANTED Woman for general
housework. Mrs. C. D. Cook. Tel.
17.T-J. 4 (Kit
WANTED Table girl at Sher
burnc's Restaurant. 40 tf
WÀ NTE I ) Competent stcnographeir.
Answer by letter only, care Caledo-
nhm office. 46 tf
WANTED Man and wife on fami.
Man to do farm work and woìman to
do housework. No children, Apply
Inincy & Cutnmings, Employment
A "-e ncy. 616-M. 46 tf
WANTED Girl or middle aged wo
man for general housework. Small
family. No children. Everything
modem. Good pay. Apply in person
to A. B. Dow, 12 Eastern Ave. 46 tf
WANTED Man and wite to occupy
farinhouse. No objeetion to children.
Applv Impev & Cuinmings Agency.
61 fi-M. : 46 tf
WANTED A man and a woman to
work in the laundry. Brightlook Hos
pital. 41 ir
Mothrrliave had trmr.rkaMe piiccpss
with Syrnp Trpsin. Mrs. C. M. Newton
of I4M fi. Third Kt., naytnn, Ohio, has
n son vho wùs constipalcd from blrth.
She tried many medicinos and nave
warm water itijections every evenni
for wreks, without benefit. Then she
bnii!;!if a botilo of Dr. CalrìVcll's Syrup
I'epsin ut a dniR store, and it proved
cffeclive at once. Tho boy is now
soven, rnrt han not been constìpated
iincc. Whercvcr there Ir a baby these
hot days Ihere simulai be a botilo of
of ali arcs r.uffcr from occasionai or
chrenic amstipation. Li t ('icm scnd mime nnd address to
Dr. W. B. (.aldwcll, vV'njhinlon Street, Monticalo,
III., for a frec samt'lc houle of hi? uvndcrful Svruft febsin.
rtorcs List jear, lic Iiirgcst sede in the world.
Mr. and Mrs. William McBride,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McBride and.
daughter, Loraine, Robert McBride
of Montreal are visiting rclatives in
The house of Mr. Wilson was
struck Sunday during the shower
knocking the chimnev down.
Mrs. Ina Shaw of St. Johnsbury
visited Mrs. E. P. Little Friday.
Mrs. E. P. Little visitedh cr daugh
ter, Mrs. Thomas Somers, the week
Mrs. Harold Wood and two child
ren, Sherman and Shirley are visiting
at Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wood's in Kir
by. WANTED Girl for general house
work. No washing or cooking. One
milc from villagc. Mrs. D. A. Blain,
Barnet, Vt. r 42-.50
WANTED-tPastry cook" alia dish
washer, also short order cook nights.
Good wages to right party. Apply
Raymond, Newport. 44-56
CARLOAD of new wagons just re
ceived. Bring in your old wagons
and trade them for new. H. C. Kent, -,
Mclndoes Falls, Vt. 47-59
FO RSALE Low price if taken at
once, liaby carriage good as new
and Steinway Square Piano in first
class condition. Fairbanks Inn. 48 tf
F7JRSALÉ A Maxwell touring car.
Inquire at Blake's Hosiery and Shoe
store, corner of Railroad and Port
land streets. 48-52
FOR SALE A Remington type
writer in good condition. A bargain.
Inquire at the Caledonian office. 47 tf
FOR SALE My Dodge touring car.
Good condition, new tircs and new
battcry. Frank Lanctot. 47 tf
FOR SALE Barbcd wire, bindèr
twine and roofing. H. C. & H. P.
Stanton. Telephone74-41. 31tf
FOR SALE or rent Square piano.
Ir. 1 u ir e at th i s office. 23tf
FÓR SALE-New Abonaque engines,
6 and 7 borse power; Pance corti cut
ters. Can be bought for last year's
price. Tel. 32-lì' Concord. A. L
Wright, Waterford. Vt. 25 tt
FOR SALE A 1918 Chevrolet baby
grand touring car in good condition.
Tel. 42-W. 45 tf
PÀRTIÉS having rooms and board,
or rooms without board, notify Em
ployment Office, Tel. 350. E. & T.
Fairbanks & Co. 28tf
TO RENT FurnTshed rooms and
board if desired. 13', Mt. Tlcasnnt
SL Mrs. Elsie Carr. 46-48
GOOD STORAGE fot- furniture and
other merchandise. Blake-Cowling
Co., Bay strect, St. Johnsbury. Phone
727. 43 tf
TO LET Private auto storuge by
tho month. Your own key. Apply,
TO RENT Tenement, 5 rooms, G
Marion Ave. 45-51
LOST ANI) FOUNI)
FOUND A Khaki-colored raincoat
in my yard. Owncr may have sarne
by proving piopert - Mrs.tJohn Chal-
niois, 21 Main strect. 46 .
LO ST August . 12 "between " St. '
Johnsbury and Camn Westmoré,
Bond No. 2629077 of the Third Lib
erty Loan. Rcward if left at this of-
LOSTBetween St. Johnsbury
House and Plymouth Creamery.-'Aug.
16, jiart of watch fob letters S.' A
E., monogram on back L. C. C Thrée
dollar reward. Leave at this offici, t
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