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I let him see ●their accounts in the ledger. I wis▓h you'd let me see those same accou●nts. The clerk demurred and
▓Lyon, who had noticed a college fraternity pin i▓n the other's scarf, opened his coat▓.He wore the same pin. Oh, all
right, s●aid the easy-going clerk, with a laugh.If ●I'm going to be fired for giving anyt▓hing away to a detective, I'll
have the sa▓tisfaction of helping a Nota Bena ▓anyhow.Here are the account books.Come● around here. He opened a page
with Mi▓ss Edith Wolcott's name at the t●op.The latest entry caught Lyon's eye at once.● Nov.25, Sulphonal, 6gr., .45.
● The date was the date of Fuller▓ton's murder.Lyon pointed to the entry. Co●uld you tell me what time of the ●day
that sale was made That's exactly what▓ the other man asked, the clerk exclaimed, in▓ amaze. And you told him--
It w▓as half past nine in the evening.I ●happened to remember because I leave at hal▓f past nine every evening and the n?/p>
駃ght clerk comes on, and just as I was going▓ out Miss Wolcott came in and asked if I could● give her something to make h
er sl●eep.She said she was too nervous to sleep●, and I noticed she seemed all of▓ a tremble.Her hands were shaki●ng whe
n she took the packet. Did you tel●l Bede all that I guess I did. ▓Did he ask you any other questions Not abo?/p>
坲t Miss Wolcott.He looked a long▓ time at Miss Elliott's account. Let me ●see it, then. The clerk turned the pages.
▓ We charge everything that▓ is prescribed for anyone at th●e school to Miss Elliott's account, and ▓show on our bill
who it was for, said the cle●rk.That's what these names ▓mean.He pointed to the nam●es Miss Jones, Miss Beatly, etc., op