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JTHE NUK1H All AM S EVBNINO TKAMSt/ltlPr, MONDAT, JTJNK It. IMS FAOB i : t ci t:; Classified Advertising Rates Charge Cash •per line per line On* Urn* U •" Three times , .10 M Viz tunes •0* •"* Count DTe average words to a line. Minimum Rate:—On* insertion, toe; Three insertions, tlo; Six Insertions, 11.08. Adrertlsements ordered for tore* or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged tor only the number of times the advertisement appeared, and adjustment made at the rate earned. Charged advertisements will be received by telephone and U paid at tba Transcript office.. within seven days from the first day of insertion cash rates will be allowed. All ads are restricted to their proper classification and to the regular Transcript style of type. The publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any classified advertising copy. Errors 3 advertisements should be reported immediately. The Tran script will not be responsible tor more than one Incorrect insertion. Classification Indei Announcement* J— Articles. Lost. »— Article* Found. S— Public Notice*. Automotive 4— Automobiles for Sale. I— Auto Parts and Accessories. f— Auto Repairs. 7— Autos for Hire. •—Oarage*. •—Wanted. Automobile* Butines* Service AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOBILES FOB SALE—4 DEPENDABLE OSED OAKS DODGE—1828 Sedan. BUICK—1928 Sedan. HUPMOBILB—1928 Sport Sedan. GRAHAM—1931 Sport Sedan. DURANT-^1929 Coach. OLDSMOBILE—1939 Sedan. OLDSMOBILE—1939 Sport Roadster. TOONO—1930 V8 Sedan. PLYMOUTH—1933 Sport Coupe. CHRYELER 6—1929 Oedaa BTO3K—1S29 Coach. PLYMOUTH—1929 Sedan. DODOE—1930 Sport Coupe. Model DD. TRUnKS DODOE—1931 3-ton dump. DODUE-1931 H-ton panel. DODOS—1931 % ton express. FORD—1928 pick-up roadster. SHAPIRO MOTORS Official Inspection Station DODOE AND PLYMOUTH Sales and Service J5 Union St. Tel. 370-W or 269 Open Evenings t: •f. » W !! t; ;t ! usiness service. II— Building Contracting. 1»— Cleaning, Renovating. 1*— Moving, Trucking. 14— Painting, Papering. It— Plumbing, Roofing. !•— Professional Service! 17— Repairing and Refinishlng. 15— Tailoring, Pressing. ' 1»— Wanted. Business Service. B'usinesa Opportunities 39— Business Opportunities. 31— Wanted. Business. Employment 3t~- Female Help Wanted. SJ— Mate Help Wanted. S*— Situations Wanted, Pern ale. at— Situations Wanted, Male. Instruction 38— Instruction Classes. 37 — Wanted, Instruction. Lire Stock , •.; 28— Dogs and Pets. »— Horses, Cattle. 30— Poultry and Supplies. • «— wanted, Live Stock. Merchandise »— Articles lor Sale. 3S— Building Material*. M— Farm Products. S5— Fuel and Feed. SO— Good Things to Eat. 37-«-Household Goods. 3S— Jewelry Repairs, . S»— Machinery. 40— Musical Merchandise. 41— Office Equipment. 43— Radios and Supplies. 43— Plants and Flowers. 44— Specials at the stores. 48— Wearing Apparel. 48-Wanted. to Buy. Room* and Board 47— Rooms for Rent. 45— Housekeeping Rooms. 49— Rooms and Board. 60— Wanted, ( Rooms. Real Estate for Rent • 61— Tenements and Flats. , i 62— Stores and Offices. Rent . , 63— Farms and Land, Rent M— Wanted, to Rent, Real Estate fqr Sale 65— Houses for Sale 67-^Lota lor Sale. M— Business Property (or Sale, ANNOUNCEMENTS RELIABLE USED CARS FORD—{939 Sport Coupe. DODOE—1931 Sedan. HUDSON 1930 Coupe. seat. NASH—1928 Coach. ESSEX—1929 Coupe. FORD—1929 4 door Sedan. CHEVROLET—1932 Sport Coupe. Westlngbouse Electric Refrigerators. Motorola and Crosier Auto Radio. Perrlne Batteries— Goodyijar Tires, Accessories Body Work—Painting—General Repairing. ALFRED Q. BROWN Chrysler and Plymouth Sales and Service. Official Inspection Station. 22 Porter St. Tel. 1132 or 19S6-M Open Evenings RELIABLE USED OARS From $16 up WHIPPET—5 passenger 2 door Sedan—178.00. ROOKNE—1832 5 passenger Sedan. Demonstrator—$550. MARMON—(78)-*- passenge —$800. MARMON—1931 <10> 5 passenger Sedan—$400. LITTLE MARMON—S passenger Sc- dan-$400. PHILIP D. POWERS, INC. Willys Overland, Willys Knight, Marmou and Pierce Arrow Cars 66 Commercial St., Adams, Mass. ' Tel. 409 or 3S-J THE TIMID SOUL PORTRAIT OF ws OF _ so TO MAKE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT TENEMENTS AND FLATSr-M CHASE AVE.—67—4) room tenement. Modern, except heat. Itiq. W. H. Woodhead, Hoosac Savings Bank Bldg. CHURCH ST.—116 — Nino room apartment, with modern improvements. Tel. 343 or 249. CHURCH ST.—480—Pleasant« room flat. Heat furnished. Modem conveniences. Tel. 1832-W between 5 and 8 p. m. EIGHT ROOM TENEMENT — Ip North Adams. Steam heated. Newly renovated. In excellent condl' lion. Call Williams town 358. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FARMS FOB SALE—66 A FEW FARMS—From 7 acres up ti 150 acres. Some very good place among them. Normlllc & Co., 30J Kimbell Bldg., Tel. 1489-W. BUSINESS CARDS Elm St.—14 Five room tenement Phone 963 FIVE ROOM TENEMENT in North Adams. In best condition. Cal Willlamstown 368. FURNACE ST.—92—Five room tenement. Modern, all newly renovated Rent reasonable. Inq. on premises MEADOW ST.—10—Desirable, modern, 6 room flat. A-I 'shape. Inq Trudeau, 339 Franklin St, Tel 1985-W. RIVER ST.—167—Seven room tenement. Very pleasant All modern improvements except heat. I Harry Kronick and Boa Tel. 184 or 273-M. SEVEN ROOM APARTMENT— All modern Improvements. Oarage if desired. Apply 39 Blacklnton 8U Tel. 617-W. JSIX ROOM COTTAGE—Modern improvements including heat. Inq. 17 Jackson St., or TeL 2181-W. WHAT WILL YOU / ' OFFER? A 1929 Essex Coach Now running. Good rubber Can be seen at ASHLAND OARAQE Highest Bidder Takes It PAINTING, PAPERING—14 PAINTING AND PAPERING—A reasonable prices. Inside and out side. Chas. Jordan and Ed. Brooks Phone 1977-M. PLUMBING, ROOFING—13 ARTICLES LOST—1 $5.00 REWARD—For return of grey zipper bag lost by member of Larry Funk's orchestra at Meadowbrook Ballroom, Wednesday night. Contains articles valuable to owner. No questions asked. Call John J. Faohinl, TeL 1053. AUTOMOTIVE 28% PRICE REDUCTION 2 Willys "77" Sedans 1 Willys "77" Coupe 38 miles or better per gallon 70 miles an hour LOW FIRST COST LOW UPKEEP COST WILLYS STREAMLINE SERIES SEDAN "100,000 Mile Silver Streak Motor" Startlx, Ride control, free wheeling Shatterproof Glass •USED NASH COUPE "492R" 16,000 miles Perfect condition ASHLAND OARAGE 116 Ashland St Tel. 1104 4UTO PARTS * ACCESSORIES—4 ATJTO GLASS—Edges machine ground and polished. Mohawk Glass -o., 82 Center St Tel. 2707-W. BUICK OARS BUICK SERVICE Our experience in reconditioning any or all used cars makes us experts in our line. MAY WE RKCONDITION your car with the same flue quality workmanship? A trial will satisfy. SEE US FOR a good used car. Some exceptional bargains. JONES MOTOR SALES 218 Ashland St. TeL 1700. HAVE US CHECK—Up your wate heating system. Will save monej Ashley A. Wood. Tel. 3370. ROOFING—All kinds. Sheet mold work. Lowest prices. Work guaranteed. C. P. Billings, 79 Cady St ROOFS .of all kinds laid, rfpalrei and painted. Morln Brothers, 40 Walnut St., Tel. 1408-W. A FEW good work horses. Prices very reasonable. I. Myeraon, 336 Ashland St Tel. 17.42. BE PAIRING A REFINISHING—1 Expert Furniture Upholstering rjood Work—Reasonable Prices v M. SCHMIDT & SONS FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING — Window shades, draperies. Reasonable and satisfactory. North Adams Upholstery Co, 61 West Main St TeL 897, TAILORING, PRESSING—IS FURS REPAIRED and remodeled at half wice. Free storage. L. Click, Richmond Annex, upstairs. EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISEMENTS Which give a box number for the address are confidential and DO information about them can be given at the Transcript office. You must write a letter and address it to the box number in which you are interested. TIP TOP WEATHERIZE—Special. Cleaner, polish and cloth all for Me. Auto Replacement Parts Co., 63 Center St AUTOMOBILES FOE SALE—4 A REAL BARGAIN TERRAPLANE 6—1932 Sedan. Low mileage. New car guarantee. REO-Bedan, $160. REO—Touring, $45. , CASH OR EASY TERMS MOHAWK GARAGE 1 Main St Tel. SO. CHEVROLET—1929 Coupe, CHEVROLET—1929 Sedan. HXTPP—8 cyl. 1887 Sedan. DODOE—1929 Truck. ROSASCO MOTOR CO. 331 Ashland St GUARANTEED USED OARS roRp—1929 Sedan. CHEVROLET—1931 Coach. Like new. DODGE—Senior 6 Sedan. BUIOK—1029 Roadster. OVERTON CHEVROLET CO, INC 50RfverSt TeL 2037 F.A.PATTI8ON Sale* Manager 100% Pure PARAITNE BASE OIL 3 Gallons 880 U PLATE BATTERY and your old battery. I year guarantee KENYON TtRSS aad TUBES Guaranteed for 1 Year STintDY MOTOR OIL 8 gaL can 680 CITY TTRS SHOP ' 1 West Main St TeL 3688 SITUATIONS, FEMALE—24 CAPABLE WOMAN—Wants housekeeping or housework. Good cook. Can furnish good references. Tel. 2180. CHILD—From one to four years old to care for days. Reliable party. Call 893-M. AUTO REPAIRS—« AUTO BODIES and fenders repaired and reflnLshed. SALSBTJRX3 51 West Main St Tel. 886 EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER— Would like a position. Would prefer good home to high wages. Write Bov 59 Transcript. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE— Desires employment as nurse girl. Write Box 67 Transcript BRAKES REUNED — Adjusted, checked. Guaranteed right at right prices. Harrtman's Auto Service, 66 Center St USED OARS-Bought, sold and exchanged. Adams Auto Wrecking Oft, OohimbU St. Adams. TeL 610. -•••• ^ . , WHEN TOTJ WANT TO WJT ANTTHnra, . BELL ANYTHING. 081 TOIOLAMmED A08 SHOOK ABSORBERS—In good condition gives an easy riding quality, makes safer driving and .gives longer life to body, springs and chassis. For $1.60 you can have them refilled with genuine shock absorber oil and adjusted to give maximum control. Noel, Inc., official Lovejoy and Monroe Service Station. 106 Eagto St, TeL 330. Oars called for and delivered. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL—Wants work taking care of children or helping with the housework. Inq. Box 64, Transcript MTDDLEAQED COUPLE—Want po sition. Capable fanner or on pit vate estate or would take care of elderly couple. Write Box 65, Transcript. INSTRUCTION CLASSES—28 MEN, BOYS—Learn barbering, bobbing. Special rates. Paid while learning. Tools furnished. Vaughn's Barber School, 100 Green St., Albany, N. Y. LIVE STOCK HORSES. CATTLE—49 A FEW GOOD HORSES left from out carload lot. Will sell very reasonable. A. Melcher, 95 Center St. •ToL 1085-W. FOUR COWS—One horse. Frederick Mlneau, East Mountain Road, Clarksburg. MERCHANDISE ARTICLES FOR SALE—32 •DR.Y-KOLD" REFRIGERATOR— 7 doors. Size 893-4 in. long, 7 in. high, 33 in. deep. Fortin's Gen oral Store, Willlamstown. Tel. 13 SPECIALS AT THE STORES—M PAINTS—Good flatSthite-V gloss,* 1 1.35 gallon. Spar Varnish, 4 hour drying, $2.35 gallon. We carry a full lino of American Seal Painta. Surplus Trading Co., 105 Eagle fit.. TeL 3709. SELLING OUT—Dishes, pots, pans, lamps, etc., at your own price, Hers- teln'a, 50 Marshall St 3 stores lor rent, WATERPROOF—100% pure paint. The best science knows of. Oaz- zaniga's, 24 Main S*t WEARING APPAREL—IS STATE ROAD—Blacklnton, Modern 6 room house. Large bath, fireplace, Sun porch. TeL 2531-R. THREE-ROOM—Steam heated tenements, 6 room steam heated tenements, 6 room steam heated tenements. Liq. Sullivan's Furniture Store, 48-47 Main St UNION ST.—21—Upstairs fiat with all modern Improvements. In excellent condition. Phone 270-W. VERY ATTRACTIVE modern apartment Clifford C. Hasklns, Real Estate, Insurance. Dowlln Bldg. 6 ROOM TTCiiMENT—Stearft heat, set Cubs, fire place. Fine repair. Normllle & Co., 309 Kimbell Bldg. Tel. 1489-W. YALE ST.—99—4-room tenement. Furnished or unfurnished. Tel. 1093-W. ' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE—58 JACKSON ST.—29—The Hodecker - property—must be sold to settle estate. Consists of 8 room house, steam heat, electricity, gas, bath, household articles, furniture, coal in cellar. Lawn, garden, fruit trees, hen house. Price $3500. What a bargain. T. F. Roche, Real Estate, Kimbell Bldg. CLOTHING—Students' slightly worn tulta. and overcoat*. Rudnlck'a .Cleaning and Pressing Shop, First Store next to Gym. Spring St, Willlamstown, YOU CAN GET ANYTHING YOU MA? WANT THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED ADS. DOCTORS J. AUSTIN PIERCE, M. D. Specializing in Ambulant Proetology or Rectal Diseases as Hemorrhoids Fistulas Fissure and allied condl ttons. New Kimbell Building North Adams Office Phone 1685-W. Res. I685-R DR. MARTIN M. BROWN, F. A. O. General surgery, office consultations. emergencies Office Rice's Corner 117-Main 8t North Adams, Mass. Open from 8 a, m. to 9 p. m. Closed Tuesday and Friday gvenlngs. TeL 229-R. a W. WRIGHT. M. D. AND W. L. CURRAN. M. D. Bye. Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Properly fitted (Vienna Eye and Ear Certificate) Jam-toUm, 2 to 8 p. m Evenings 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 10 to II a. m. Telephone 1480 Offices 200. 201. 202 Dowlln Bloc* CHIROPODISTS DR. R. O. ACKERLY Chiropodist—Podlatrta! Foot Specialist New Kimbell Bldg. Room 21C Telephone 1400 Office Hours: Daily 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. except Tuesdays. Evenings, Mon. Wed. and Fri. and by appointment OPTOMETRISTS DR. PROVENCHER Optometrist Eyes examined by appointment only, Phone 616-H. New Kimbell Bldg. Mo appointments Wednesday* UNDERTAKERS L. A. SIMMONS . Funeral Director Wellington Hotel Building State St Office Telephone 258-W. Residence TeL 258-R, U LOUIS BAN SOUCIB Funeral Director Office, 73 Holden St TeL 981-W. Residence. 47 Qulncy St. Tel 961-R Did You Win! Here are the Correct Answers to the Test Questions on the Editorial Page Today. 10. What is an unguent? 1. Nashville, Tcnn. 2. Science of minerals. 3. Ona-tblrd,. ,,,• 4. Belgium. 6. Balaerlc Islands. 6. Yes. 7. Harriet Beecher Stowe. 8. A representative elected by •oters of the entire state and not . single district. 9. Minotaur. 10. A medicament for external .ppllcatlon. LEGALS Commonwealth of Massachusetts Berkshire, ss. Probate Court. To the hoirs-al-law, next of Kin, and all other persons interested rn the estate of Harriet Elizabeth Clark late of North Adams, in said County, deceased. Whereas, a certain Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased has been presented to said Court, for probate, Dy Harriet McQurk Ma lone of sa.d North Adams who prays that letters' testamentary may bo Issued to her, tho executrix therein named, without giving a surety on her official bond. You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be held at Pittsfield in said County of Berkshire, on the twenty-seventh day of June A,. D. 1933. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, to show cause, if any you have, why the same should not be granted. And said petitioner Is hereby dt- reeled to give public notice thereof, by publishing this citation once la each week for three successive week* in the North Adams Transcript, » newspaper published hi said North Adams the last publication to be one day, at least, before said Court, and by mailing, postpaid, or delivering a copy of this citation to all known persons interested in the estate, seven days at least before said Court. Witness, Arthur M. Robinson, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this eighth day of June in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirty-three. William S. Morton, Register. June 12-19-26. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Berkshire, ss Probate Court To Corrlne Groves, Alfred Baker and Harry E. Davis, executors of tho will of Robert Groves late of Adams, hi said county, deceased, intestate, represented Insolvent: You are hereby ordered to notify all known creditors of said insolvent itate that the Court will receive and examine all claims of creditors against said insolvent estate at the 'rebate Court to be holden at Pltts- leld in and for said county, on Tuesday the twenty-fifth day of July A. D. 1933, and on Tuesday the twenty- ilnth day of August A. D. 1933, at ten o'clock in the-forenoon, respectively, that they may then and there present and prove their claims. And you are ordered to give to all known creditors at least seven days written notice, by mall or otherwise, f the time and place of each meet- ng, and cause notices'to be published once in each week for three successive weeks In the North Adams Transcript, a newspaper published In North Adams, the last publication o be one day at least before said rst meeting. Six months from date hereof are llowed to creditors within which to resent and prove their claims. You will make return hereof, with our /Ings heieon, on or before the date-of said first meeting Tuesday, uly 26, 1933. Witness, Arthur M. Robinson, Ks- ulrc, Judge of said Court, at Pitts- eld this filtcenth day ol June, In the ear of our Lord one thousand nhw hundred and thirty-three. William S. Morton, Register, June 19-28-July 3. WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY ANYTHING, SELL ANYTHING. USB 'I'HJtf nf .AHflllf th'.l > ADS. FUEL AND FEED—35 ABSOLUTELY CLEAN COAL—An coke. Low summer prices, Jacobs Coal Co., Cor. Ashland and Sum Sts., Tel. 1904-W. KINDLING—Fireplace and al kinds of hara wood. Chunks split Clarence R. Chenall, Brigg Plant TeL 756. • STANDING GRASS—For sale. H. C Shlppee, Middle Road, Clarksburi WOOD—Of all kinds. General truck Ing. Call 2322-W. betw.en 13 an 1 or after 5. c. C. Bullett GOOD THINGS TO EAT—36 HOME COOKED—Boiled ham, ball ed ham, roast pork, minced hem Cottrlll's Delicatessen, 24 Marshal St. 800 BROILERS—.Wholesale or re tall. Dressed or alive. Bought dl reel from farm and are fresh. W deliver. Albert Brooks Poultry farm. Tel. 1807-M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—S7 LONG,- MIRRORED BUREAU—Si mpnds Beauty Rest mattress, met al bedstead, Nonsag spring, refrig erator, 1665 Mass. Ave. JEWELRY REPAIRS—38 EXPERT REPAIRS on watches clocks, Jewelry. Crystals, 25c; main springs, $1.25. B. & M. Railroad watch Inspector. Leavens Jewelr Store, il Eagle St. JUNE BRIDE'S SPECIAL—26 piece set of Rogers' Silverware. Guaranteed 25 years. • $7.50. Sheehan's Clock Shop. 8 Ashland St POSITION WANTED—As housekeeper or would work by the hour. Write Box 68 Transcript REFINED WIDOW—A highly recommended nurse, wants work caring for invalid or private cases. Write Box 66 Transcript BUSINESS SERVFCE BUSINESS SERVICE—11 (HOE8 methods using best guaranteed. P. Lupo. 43 Bagl* Bt RERABlBD-Bt factory materials and B**t Told, First BoM. YOUNG WOMAN—Experienced In general housework wants position. Willing to go anywhere. Write Box 83 Transcript ' MALE-U BOY—14 years old, wants work. Handy around a farm or around the house. Jerry Beals, Florida Mt . ' FARM WORK—Wanted by an experienced, capable man. Myron 4» HoJden St. PLANTS AND FLO WEBS—43 LAST CALL—Asters, petunias, zln nlas, peppers, tomatoes, 25c doz Geraniums. Japanese Thistles chick plants, lOc each. Cabbage plants, 50c a hundred. Senecal's Greenhouse, 52 Wheeler Ave. TeL 2447-W. We' deliver. SHRUBS—Evergreens and Peren nlals at reduced prices. Fred L. Mlills. State Road Nursery, Wil llamstown. Tel. 837. SPECIALS AT THIS STORES—44 BARGAINS in paints and painters' supplies. Square Deal Bargain Rouse, 70 Union St. HOT WATER- tor 80 for 24 hours. No muss, no fuu, no expensive In- '"ttatutlon. Flu your present gas eoil heater. Sager's General Repair Shop, 22 Bank St BMt ToW, «r*t Sold. NOW IS THE.TTME for a slightly worn suit. $4.95 up. Singer's, 81 Center St WANTED, TO BUY—46 SAVE All your waste papers All kinds of Junk All prices have advanced CALL A. SHAPIRO & SONS Tel. 387-J., or 388. ROOMS AND BOARD BOOHS FOB BENT—47 EAGLE ST. — 190 — Two room suite in private family. All conveniences. • TeL 733-R. FURNISHED slred, Rent reasonable. Inq. 23 Center St, top floor, Tel. 2781. FURNISHED ROOMS—All conveniences; light housekeeping U desired. Gas, electricity furnished. Reasonable. Inq. 46 Center St, side door. LARGE FRONT ROOM-Furnished. Reasonable. Also garage. Inquire a Jacobs, 227 Ashland St., TeL 1952-J.K. THE WELLINGTON HOTEL—Often attractive rate* for permanent guests. All modern convenience*. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS— t* APARTMENTS — Of t, 2 and S rooms. Also single rooms. Modern conveniences, $3.00 up. 223 E. Main St. opp. French church. Blacklnton St—14 Two room burnished apartment TeL 1147-J CENTRAL APARTMENTS — 141 Church St A small, beautifully furnished apartment, now available. Very best location. Hardwood floors, private bath and porch. Phone 876-W for appointment, between 4 and 8. KEY REAL ESTATE FOR RENT TENEMENTS AND FLAT8-W ARNOLD PLACE one of the best 8 room houses oh he market today, Reception hall, living room, dining room and kitchen first floor; four bedrooms on second floor. Has'steam heat, hardwood floors, set tubs, and plenty of closet room. This house will appeal to a good tenant S. McVeigh. ITTRAOTTVE 5 room tenement Rent reasonable. A. Melcher, Tel. 1065-R. UHKSTNUT ST. —23 —Six room upstairs tenement. Modern convenience*, newlv renovated. TeJ. SUV ,. it unlocks hundreds of doors. it opens, for you, a world of . interest. it brjngs you a veritable treasure chest of values. it gives you ready access to untold opportunities. Tliis KEY is the symbol of the TRANSCRIPT CLASSIFIED ADS . . . bringing you every day many opportupitie* to profit by reading then and using them. The Transcript Classifications coyer practically every human effort and desire. They are read regularly and carefully in home* and offices and they are used regularly and profitably by hundreds of individuals and firms. If you haven't yet formed the habit of using this key to profit and economy begin now. Turn to , . > THE TRANSCRIPT CLASSIFIED ADS

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