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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. Courier Classified Advertisements i * For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ^ Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c ctiarge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5 average words to each line. / "Cards of Thanks/' 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-TajKer Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. is Takervfor Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card ot Tbanks WTNGROVE--We desire to thank many friend:, and neighbors for kindness ami sympathy extended Ub during our recent sad bereavement, the death o£ our husband and father, Mr. John B. Wmgrove. Especially do we \vish to thank those who sent flowers, those who so kindli furnished cars and all who assisted us in any "way. Mrs.. John B. Wmgrove and family. FURNITURE Personals Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY, AWNINGS, Merchandise Buildings, Building Materials 53 REPAIRS RECOVEUINGS PHONE 9545 322 SO PITTSBURG ST WE CARRY--A complete line of lime for ^ all puiposc. 1 -. Stone : Work. Phono 1700. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R Laughhn--INSUR- ANCE Sec inc for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phono 520, Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pep. Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain rav, t oyster invigorators and otnor stimu- ( Modern Morag. lamts. FOR MOVING PHONE 50, DULLS TRANSFER CONKTEL.L.SVIULE PA "FOR BEST SERVICE!" For Household Goods, ants. Cme dose starts new pep. Value LOCAL ANB LONG DISTANCE-Moving. $1.00, Special price 39c Call, write \ Mllicc , s T^^ 153 East Crawford "Union Drug Co, Strayed. Lost, Found LOST--Brown key case and keys between West Perm garage. West Side, over Western Maryland Tracks and up Morroll avenue Return to D. L Kooser, West Fenn Garage- Reward. [liter Avenue. Phone 183. Farm and Dairy Products 55 Printing, Engraving. Eluding 27 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SEE THIS S P E C I A L FOR TODAY! 1937 CHEVROLET DELUXE COUPE-- WITH BEAUTIFUL G B- E E N DUCO FINISH, VERY GOOD TIRES. ONE OWNER CAR WITH ONLY K.OOO MILES. EQUIPPED WITH RADIO AND HEATER. GUARANTEED IN WRITING. DOWN PAYMENT $150. BALANCE IN 15 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $24.88. FIRE. THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS! G. M. A. C. The Easiest Terms Available. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 327 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A Clarke. PH G Druggist. 323 North Pittsburg StrcgU Phone 19*. Open Evenings! Open Sunday si SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES O OUH USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CABS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 Z. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 USED CARSl SEE OUR SELECTION! E. B. VAN SCOY, INO. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE, PHONE 243 VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CAHS. 321 SO. PITTSBtTRG ST. PHONE 8 Atito Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 1! LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Biusl--Blndlnei--Calling Cardst Eill ileadsl--Letter Heads) For Rent Cardst--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Signs FQF Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed I All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. ="HONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OK PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services FARMERS LET CS HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY I HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stoch and household Roods by running a small inexpen = lvc od In our Classified Suction There you will find man? puopVe who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation ot The Dally Courier covers a large area and your ndvcrtlsoment will be read by mnnv people who are looking tor jusi the things you have for sale NOTE, AU classified ads arc pay- nble in advance. You will find our rates irj the above Classified Heading, Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE E--FOR SALE I SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located Jn Conneilbvillc, Sccttdale., Everson. Mt. Pleasant and inrnl sections of Fay cite County. Sold on small down payments, balance or. monthly Installments, 5 to 15 years to pay Only 5 % interest, linmcc cJuigc. If intcrcMrd, kindly write, photic or coll in person, FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATU BANK BLDG. T D, GARDNER MGR. PHONE 1375. COrWEULSVILLE, PA Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers GOOD LUMPY -- Hun of mine coal, 100 bu.. 8c delivered, 50 b j , DC delivered; 25 bu . I2c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. HOUSTON .\VENUE. 216 -- Six room trarne house -with bath, in the very bes,t o£ condition Immediate possession Priced to srl) nt $1,50C Inquire, Paul Wagoner, IOCS West Crawford Avenue. Phone M8. FOR SALE--Six room frame house bain, steam heat. 2 lots. Sen th Side. S3.0CO SEVEN ROOM FRAME HOUSE--Bath. =leam 5 ncrci ot land Near Johnston School ?2 50D ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. Auctions--Legais "Legal Notices 91 GENUINE--Washington Run Coat. Low price Wm Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dawson. 32G1 and 3631. Employment Help Wanted--female 32 TELEPHONE SOLICITOR--Woman 30 to 50 w*th good vocc for circulation selling. Must have Kood appearance, personality, co-operative spint and free to travel. Write giving telethone number. Box 93, Care Courier. COAL--Best grade fl-£L coal, delivery for any nmount. Schemer. Phone 1991. Prompt Cera] a GOOD STEAM CO Air--Furnace coal. Reasonable price, Phone 4118-R-12. Scottdale. Wade Kirg Household Goods Situations Wanted--Female 36 HTTGli SCHOOL GIRL -- Desires work alter school and on Saturdays. Capable with children. \V i itc Box SCO, cat e Co jncr. FOR SALE--Coal ranges $10 QQ and. up; living room suites, $1500 and up; washing machines, $15.00 and up, r~ aran- tccd; radios electric, $5 00 ancl up pianos, $.1000 and up. Also big bargains in other furniture DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE SO. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF DAVID K. FUCK. LATE of the City o£ ConnellsviHe, Fayette County. Pennsylvania, Deceased Letters testamentary in the above estate having been granted to the undcr- siKneel, notice i5 hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and nil persons having claims or demands apamst said estate are requested to make kntmn the same. Marie J. Flick, 1122 Race St. Connell.svjlle, Pa- Executrix. Frod E Younkm, Attorney. 25jan-Gf -wed. Financial Need Money 49-E NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll icnd you $300 or less on your siRnature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies BUY--Denny's. Baby Chicks for profitable flocks. popular breeds. BLOOD TESTED. 95 7J liivabjlily fiuaranlcvd for 14 days J. F. Donnv. Box 734, Young wood. Pa. Phone 281. FOR SALE--Late 1937 International V z ton pick-up Truck. Driven 15,000 miles. Mechanically perfect. Owner leaving town. Write Box 750, care Courier. WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell Just call, 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes ot interested buyers. FOR SALE--Used 10-ton semi-trailer, B, K. Brakes; uses 32x6 or 34x7 tires: rack body. Cost new $1,015.00, will sell ior 5200.00. Martinsek Garage, Scottdale, Pa. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is as near ns your phone. Just call 12 cr 13 and your needs\ soon be met without any further trouble on your part. A "BOOM AND BOARD" ad here can soon rent that empty room of yours. EACH OF these ads brings tuccthcr two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. HI-GRADE--SUGHTL.Y USED D1NTKG ROOM. LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! ZRVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020 FOR SALE--Used Grunow electric re- Jriferator. Price reasonable. Phone 1073-R, ADMINlSTHATQtCS N O T I C E . ESTATE OF HENRY D. FOSTER, LATE of Franklin Townblitp. Fayelte County, I Pennsylvania, deceased. Letter;, of Administration on the above estate having been srnnteU to the undersigned, notice js heicby irivon to all persons indebted to the said decfdenl to make payrrcPt fa the underpinned w j t h out delay, and all pcrKrns having c'aims or demands against said estate are requested IQ ni2ke known the same George R, Fobtor, Administrator, Dichersofi Run. Pa. A r t h u r A. Biown, | Attorney. [ Ueb-Gt-wed. Wanted--To Buy 66 HIGH CASH PRICES PAID--For your oltl go'u, bndrt-\".ork. rmfis. \satch- cases. etc. Ruthciford's, 116 Piltsburg Street, Scotldale. WANTED TO BUY--Powc- pJ.-jn 1,000 watts. In any condition. Box 161, Dickcrson Run, Pa. SAVE YOUH SIC WHITE RAGSt THE11 BRING THEM TO THE KXKCL'TRIX'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate ot Allen Rich'.cr deceased, late of Saltlick Tcmnship, Fayeite County, Pa . have been j granted to the undersicnttl, *o whom all over ' PC r sons indebted to said citste are re- Wriic ' QUPSteel to make immeciirtte payment and those havlnu claims :u;airst same, v,!U make them known without delay Harriet Richter, Eveci.trix, R D. J. Ncrmalvfllc, Pa. lljan-61-wcd. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10. ia 38 IS) 7 22 \6 17 30 27 ACROSS (1 -- Pointed · 2i -- Fastener for ·weapon book cover- (archaic) 2D--Symbol for 21--Pertaining radium to pottery so--Oblong- cake 23--A long-eared ot tobacco rodent 33--Grow old iO-Bcat ^ 12-- Negative dragging reply 30-- Jumbled type 13-- Mimic 31-- A jewel l4__T^pe of hat 3S-- A lofty 16 -- Exclamation mountain IS-- -Egyptian god33 -- Completely 19-- Likens 34-- Whether 21 -- Cudgel 36 -- A confecl- 22-- Measure -of eracy distance 38 -- Austrian coin C3-- Pile ·- 39-- Lees BOWN [j -- TMn--~ - " fl-- Irregularly ,2 -- Chrysalis notched 13-- Uncle II-- A younff {Scotch) . sheep 4-o.Part of,' 15-- Pag-es f -to be" , ' (abbr.) C -- Reimburse 17 -- Assist 7 -- Indefinite i ' ( 19 -- A loud ling, article V ing 24 -- Having hips 25 -- Bordered 35 -- Note ot - ne 26-- Voting- place scale 27-- Abrading in- 37-- kand- struments rncaurc ious puzzle PAV YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN . . . AT So PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR 1VENT--Two lumlshcci bedrooms. JOS dans Avenue, Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR KENT--Three furnished rooms b.ilh, all oonvcnienccb. 1215 Chestnut Street. Phone 287-W. FOR RENT--Two /Limited light housekeeping- rooms. Phone 538-J, Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 SECOND FLOOR A PA11TM ENT--211 E. Cr,i\vloid Ave, fleat, water, furnished, $31 00. Peter R. Wclmer, Wcimcr Arcade, IVi: ROOM APARTMENT--Two finished at lie roo*ns, one-car finrage. 121 So. Eighth St. Phone J.IID. CLAIRTON IS OUTCLASSED; SCORE 53-22 APARTMENT--Four rooirs and bsUi. all conveniences, centrally located 132 E, Pjirvjew Ave, FOJl RENT--An apartment. Smut?, Building. 715 Crawford Avc, West Side, Real Estate tor Sale Brokers in Real Estate E SAY YOU, MR. CENTER--You have paid i ent for 20 years--what have you got? Nothing hut rent receipts. Better come in and start on that home. Termsl PETER R. WEIMER. WKIMEK ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OB RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVILLE PA. PHONE Q73 Continued from Pugc Seven. faS, Colters, fir^t and second; Wilson, Clnirton, t h u d . T:mc 21 seconds. 100-yard bi ensi stroke--Builcr- moro, Cokers, first; Coin. Clair^on, second; Baldwin, Cokers, th'rd. Tune 1:18 1. 220-yard free style--CIcmmer and Dennis, Cokers, i'in,t and second; Woodman, Cl.iirton, third. Time 2:50. 100-yard back strode--Col born ;ittd Boyd, Cokois, Hi hi and second, R Oslermnyer, t h i r d . Time 1-10.9. J 00-yard free .stylo--Blacka and KefTer, Cokors, firit and .second; Rood, Ciairton, thud. Time 1:003. Diving--Lunger and R. Oslcrmay- er, Clainon, first and second; Cokcr, third. 120-yaid medley relay -- Colters (Colburn, BuUermore and Blacks', first; ClairLon (Ostermayer, Shurp and Lunger), second. Time 1:11.5. 160-yard free style relay--Cokers (Lausherty, Crops, Boyle and Frazier), first; Clairton (Wilson, Tortorice, Road and Cola), second. Time 1:26.2. Satutday v/ill find the Connellsville swimmcis invading Butler. Then comes the toughest dual meet at Duqucsne on February 10 and another difficult assignment on February 16 at TuiUe Creok. VandergrUt is heie nil February 17 and Clan-ton is in a return engagement February 21. George Woodman was starter, Bill Horn and Frank Gaker judges, t'd- wnrd Porter timei* and Miss Laugh- liji scorer. Farms and Land for Sale 33 IOR SALE--168 ACRE FARM--2 miles from City, Inrpc barn, house m best o£ condition, hardwood floors, bath and tiasemert. »I/WEAR--Three properties, consisting oE 2-iour room apartments, six room house, store room and shop. 2,500, WM. P, McKULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO. FOR SALE--IS acre farm near Wt Vcr- non Park. House, barn, chicken house, good water, electricity. Mrs. Tune Bo\vser. CHAPTER THIRTY-EIGHT i \\AS SMILING ancl sort of dreaming to myself when the clock chimed ten and 1 came down to earth with a bang. I grabbed my coat from the bed and ran down stairs and out of the the tront house. ' I had ao Idea where the Under, tree was located, but as I hurried tovard tbe aboretum 1 did not think I would have much trouble finCmg it. It was not likely that the woods would he overflowing with couples at tins time of the mght. And as It happened, I was not wrong 1 . Before I had gone a hundred feet I caught a ghmpse of something white moving 1 among the trees, i dodged behind a corner of the summer house on the estate. As my eyes gradually became accustomed to the darkness, I saw that the something white was a man's shirt front. But I could not see the man's face nor hear what he was saying. The next tree from me %vas a good twenty feet, and Daphne and the unknown man stood facing each other. I cursed my luck and strained my eyes and ears to no ava,L I did not know how long 1 stood there, silent and immobile as a tree itself. It was a long, long time. It was like watching a motion picture o£ the pre-tatkie era, where the actors performed in pantomime with the aid of sub-titles. I had no sub-UtleSj and the pantomime was meaningless alone, I felt as though I had entered a theater Jn the middle of the film: I could not get heads or tails of the plot. Presently Daphne began to pace up and down the path talking and gesticulating as she did so. I decided to make a break for it. I moved quickly and agilely as a cat from tree to tree until I was within a few feet of the couple. Cautiously I poked my head around the trunk. Daphne, her face art oval blur m the gloom, was so close to me I could have touched her. "You contemptible cur. 1 " she was saying. "I ought to have you horse whipped!" "I thecak not," said the other, and I very nearly toppled over backward. The unknown man was Count Orsini! "I thcenk not," and his voice was as sweet as syrup, "I do not understand why you make the fuss. Are we not engaged to marry? Was eet not arranged een the contract?" "Suppose," said the girl, "sup- 1 stood there a long, long time. pose i were to make it worth your; while to break the contract?" "So?" The count was amused. "So now money means to you nothing! You are rcech!" Kis voice hardened. "But no 1 . You do not make the laughing stock of Orsini! You marry me, or I tell every- th.ngl" She demanded mockingly: "You love me so much? You aren't afraid for your precious skin?" I fancied the count drew hack; at least hesitated, then he laughed softly: "You make the ]oke, no? Come--ces eet agreed? We make the marriage?" "And if I agreed, you will give me the tissue?" The Ussuei I pricked up my ears So Phil was right. It had been the count who had attacked him and stolen the tissue! "When you are my wife, I give you the paper," "Oh!" Daphne sounded annoyed Presently she suggested slyly "How do 1 know you are telling 1 the truth? Perhaps you are lying--" "You do not believe me?" "No," she said bluntly. "No." "Very welli" he cried. "I prove eet! See! What I have said ees true. Here ces the tcesue--you see!" "Beast!" She lunged toward him. He reeled backward; he lost his balance, and fell heavily to the ground. Instantly Daphne was upon him. For a confused second they rolled among the moss and the leaves. Then, freeing herself, the girl got to her feet "So you would threaten me!" she exclaimed in triumph, and I saw that she waved above the prone figure of the count a bit of white paper, "There! And there!" Again and again she tore the Ussue until there was nothing left of it hut a shower of tiny flakes that fluttered through the air like line snow. Count Orsini swore in a decidedly ungentlemanly fashion.. "You pay for theesl" he shouted, but his epithets felt on my ears alone. Daphne was running up the path that led to the house. It was some minutes later that the count, his back plastered with dirt and leaves, limped after her. I stepped from my shelter, surprised to find my knees knocking together. I clutched at a sapling, clinging weakly to it. My fingers touched sometmng cold, metallic. I recoiled as though a rattlesnake had suddenly reared its head to strilte me. Then all at once I began 0 laugh! I could not stop laugh- ng. My rattlesnake was a square etal tag tacked neatly to the tree. The tag was Inscribed: "This tree planted by" and there followed the lame of my; movie star! I stuffed my handkerchief Into my mouth ana made m- way slow- .y through the avenue o£ trees. The nouse from the rear loomed large and darkly. The kitchen was long since deserted. Somewhere behind me an owl hooted. The wind whistled eerily, playing a mournful, ghostly symphony among the leaves. Fear caught at my throat. The stillness enveloped me like a shroud. Unseen fingers clutched at my coat as 1 walked alone. Then simultaneously the blackness and the silence were shattered. The huge house, like a butterfly from its cocoon, emerged from darkness to light. Lights popped on here, there, everywhere* until the blackened hulk of the place was ablaze from top to bottom. 1 stopped still. Fear ran tha length of my body, turning it to stone. In the driveway the familiar chug-chug of a motor, tired and worn, sounded loudly, \VitJi an agonizing groan the motor coughed, sputtered, died -- and with its last echo I was galvanized to life and action. I ran and ran and never stopped running until I was safe and sound hi Phil's welcoming' rms! "Whoa, there!" Mclntyre, followed by Chief Ellis and the coroner, hopped from the hack seat of Phil's Ford. "What's going on here?" And as if, in answer to his question the kitchen door was flung- open with such violence that tha glass cracked across and fell in pieces to the ground. Minnie, the giggling chambermaid, stumbled down the steps. Only she was not giggling now; her face was livid with terror. "He's dead!" she babbled incoherently, and worked her arms up and down windmill have murdered him, too!" "They "ifurdered who?" demanded Man u n g r a m a t i c a l l y . "Jturdered wlio?" "Mr. Horace, that's who! He's lying up in Mr. Richard's room all covered with bJood!" And Minnie, having delivered herself, fainted dead away in the unwilling em* brace of Dr. Didmore. (To Be Continued) NEW BEHIN Continued from Pago Four. Arnold involved inipo; lant mallei s . . . Why comrmUpemen v:ill not talk about Ihcae .'·csKjons. Frankly, the doubters of Mr. Rootcvelt are cnuhousiy trying to disclose a ti-Lins-Atlantit meeting of ani.i-dict.ilor minds (being described erroneously ns an "agreement") and do not appear to bo suflk'icntly psychic to make out what they are btire it is. closed): "He has brains, personality, geographical position, but he won't make the 1940 grade, because those who will have to unite on a 1040 candidates "\vill not unite on mm." . . . A. higher authoiity than the Federal Communications Commission (that is, higher as far as Elliott Roosevelt is concerned) has taken a hand towaid revising the implications of Elliott's regular broadcasts as a radio commentator in Texas. The broadcasts may stop , . . Alice Kooseveit's recent undisclosed conference with Vice-President Garner did not lurn out successfully in any respect . . . Mr. Roosevelt is also going to have the greatest ol all stamp collections when he retires. The State Department has standing orders to send over its cancelled incoming e forcign stamps. Congressional direclois have had some minor difficulty attempting to restrain Labor Secretary Fanny Perkins Irom defending hersolt too much against the impeachment cliaige brought by a Republican member. They favor the sofl-shoe- delayed-pass method o£ handling sach a challenge, give it c-a-u- t-i-o-u-s conside;ation and then do only what .s nccesscry. Miss Perkins, however, seems to be a bit worried as to whether her case is in competent hands. Upshot probably will be some private hearings by the House Judiciary committee and a mildly critical report to the House later in the session. Miss Perkins definitely will not be tried. Lincoln nay Dinner. GREE1VSBUEG, Feb. 1.--The Lincoln Day dinner o£ the Westmoreland county Republican party wil 1 be held Monday night, February 13, in the Pe.-m Albert Hotel, Cour-ty Chairman Andrew G. Uncapher ir.nounced. Louis Kejec Dead. Louis Rejec, 28, of Marianna. who died Saturday in Washington Hospital of pneumonia, was a native of Fayette county, being the son of Lotus and Susan Rejec. But on the other hand and foot, the Dies Committee will get its 5100,000 or rnoie to continue its investigation. Flashlights--The idea that Federal Judge Manton should resign seems to have originated in Washington . . . Senator Reynolds' speech on foreign affairs in the Senate January 25 will be valuable to foreign affairs students if they know it is an undoubted reflection of majority Senate viewpoint on foreign affairs ... A shrewd assayer of political ore has analysed j Senator Bennett Champ Clark's chances thus (with the transom Chick Kramer Moves Up. Charles F. "Chick" Cramer, sports editor of the Monessen Daily Independent, has resigned to become connected with the publicity department of St. Vincent College. Edwin J. McKay, former sports editor of the Donora Herald-American and for several years with the Associated Press in Philadelphia, will succeed Kramer. 12.000 Manufacture Mirrors. TOLEDO, Feb. 1,--It takes more than 12,000 workers to produce the polished plate glass mirrors sold in this country. Mirroring of large sections of walls in homes, a recent decoration trend, is "reflected" in the mirror industry's annual purchase ol $41,000,000 wotlh of raw material: and sales of $88,000,000. SALLY'S SALLIES Copr 19S9. King Futures Syrdicite. fac, V/orid rights You can prove you are worthy of your salt by putting 3. little "pep" into it

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