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Frank asked, interested at once. "They hunt up people who are suffering from eye troubles. To some they write, while others they contact personally. They promise a cure, no matter how bad the case may be. " asked Joe. "Of course not. Binder and Lemuel are merely the scouts who hunt up patients. The real head of the syndicate is a crook who calls himself Doctor Grafton. He is a distinguished looking gentleman but a heartless fellow. The patients interview him, whereupon he performs some sort of hocus-pocus with a promise to cure them.
Lunberry, an old lady wearing dark spectacles, to whom the Hardys explained their errand. " asked Frank. The lady in question smiled. "Indeed I am. He's going to operate on one of my eyes. I can't see out of the right one. " "Mrs. Lunberry," said Frank, "we're sorry to have to disappoint you, but we have come here to warn you against this doctor. He can't aid you. '' "I don't believe you," snapped the old woman. '' But it's true. All he wants is your money. " demanded the old lady. "He has performed some wonderful cures.
I was so ashamed," confided Mr. Zatta in a tremulous voice, "that I moved away from the town where I had always lived. I even changed my name. " The Hardy boys felt sorry for the old gentleman, facing alone the tragedy of failing eyesight, and smiting under the disgrace brought on him by his worthless son. They did their best to cheer him up, and Frank explained how they planned to trap Doctor Grafton. Mr. Zatta was given the marked bills and a hiding place was prepared for Joe in a clothes closet in the afflicted man's bedroom.
A Figure in Hiding (The Hardy Boys, Original Series, Book 16) by Franklin W. Dixon