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a retail store operated by a company for the convenience of the employees, who are required to buy from the store.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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In the linen
, at the entrance to the museum, are items that were sold in the early years of this century.
The scrip could be used in the
to buy supplies miners needed for work, such boots or candles.
The staff at a
may be better equipped to provide a remedy.
If a miner was short on cash before the next payday, he could go to the pay window at the
and request an advance.
The company also erased all of the family's debts from the
and paid burial costs.
Several patterned concrete block houses and a school remain from this era, along with a
was a thriving business and bustling gathering place where teams constantly arrived and departed.
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