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.THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, FEBKUARY 27, 1889.
We have a
Embroirded Velvet, only ' -;
Plush Trimmed Corduroy, only -Beaded
Felt Plush Trimmed, -
This Week's New AdvertlHements.
D M Hall, Brighton General Store.
Crow & Whitmarsh -Dry Goods.'
C VV llorr Wanted, Clover Hay.
In Arnold Hair Dresser.
B irg,ln Store.
Myrt Perl, inb For Sale.
Lost, Season Tickets.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS
Robblus arrived in twn Feb. 17.
. Last week wus tbe amusement week.
It will be X President Clevclund next
The roads are in good condition for
Fur dealers are having a thriving trade
The public schools were dismissed on
Labels for sugar cans made very cheap
here and on short notice.
The course of lectures appears to be
giving excellent satisfaction.
The afflicted onea with typhoid fovcr
ire on the road to recovery.
The registers at tbe hotels indicate in
creasing transient patronage.
Mrs. Cleveland will not live with tbe
Preddent after the 4th ot March.
A numlier of water pipes were bursted
. in towo dnriug the receutcold snap.
A number of grange lodges are being
reorganized In the counties around Us.
t Washington's bir'hday had to arrive
belore the mercury dropped to two below
Two hundred and seventy-five dally
pspersaru distributed to residents of this
Our subscription list In Huntington,
Penfleld and Brighton Is increasing rap
Idly this winter.
To comply with former customs the an
nual mi eting of the C. M. R. A. should be
held Monday, March 11.
The official boards in Wellington town
ship disburse over twenty thousand dol
lar annually for puHllc expenditures.
Read the advertlvmont of the Golden
Day . It la one of the finest weekly visi
tors Tor children that reaches our table.
John Roser & Bon have caused Ian ex
cavation made on territory purchased of
T. Doland preparatory to erecting addi
tional storage room.
The council should cause Just as high a
fence as can be. lawfully constructed
around the town In order to keep out
The constable Is still looking after John
Brahany to place blm under arrest for
disturbing Ihe Salvation Aimy meetings.
Who will be the next exile?
Our special correspondent will 'leave
LosAngelea, Cal., for his home. In St.
Mary, Canada, this week. He has pennea
Mm. very lcr.tlng letter..
Bamp.es c,.K, of the
tw sent to different ones Tor a nuuiuer o.
tocou... Anyone rece.v,n. copy
Wm ScbUe. think, that IU J"
Uuble In the royal famaUe. over In Gr
many will detain him ber. for a greyer
jength of time than w... at fust expected-
As lo what effect tne P"n( "J
conWest. of Wellington, O, J riU J
oTrmgui sojourn In Washing, D. U
Z 2 fincomlnlng administration, trains
to be seen.
Proceedings n"-l"rtll!un ,e
JaTeVonven.lon held In Elyrl. ... the
KTwm U found in
. Ex-May. Wean gave the audience the
plain facts as they exist here. -i,
' Co.inty tre..u.er taxes for the flrHt hair ol
1BB8 i4405.Sb The coloration treasurer,
Uni. The usurer of the Lnln"
. Sch.olDl,trlct1$JW6m Tola', 10308.".
The rainy wawn occurs annually on
the Pacific Coast but during the fall ol
88 Northern Ohio had a genuine Introduc
tion to the 1'aciQc slope annual that will
og be remembered by Ibe pre nt In
habitants , V' '' " ' Z
' A R-bcdul of rate In Are insurance wa
agreed upon by tb local ' 'r
' ,w year. .Inc. and a .remained Intact
: ,t since. No ! can write a risk on
propcrtj at Ur.fr rr than,
The residence of J. J. Thomas was slug-
ed a little around the chimne y caused by ;
the Bool liurniiiir nut Monday eveninir.
Tue neighbors wore culled iu ard the fire
was extinguished beloro but little damage
Our story entitled "Allen Gray or the
Mystery of Turin's Point," ends with
this Issue. In our next will appear chap
ter 1st of the story entitled "Lone Hollow
or the Peril of the rtnroy's," a thrilling
and romantic story ot love uud adventure.
The case of C. W. Ilorr vs II. N. AVuds
worth for money advanced to settle mut
ters ou the mayor's .locket some tune
since has been decided in favor of the
plaintiff. Mr. Hnrr brought the action
before Esquire HuBtcl and went by default
and wus appealed to Common Pleus Comt
The fifth anniversary of the marriage of
Mr. and Mis. Geo. Lambert Hiid Mr. nod
Mrs. C. McDcrmott was celebrated at the
residence ot the former on South Main
street, Wednesday evening. Februury 20.
A number of invited guests were present
and the evening was spent In a very en
joyable manner. '
The fire department was called out on
Saturday morning to the Ilorr. Warner &
Co. cheese warehouse, but the flames
wbich had made oulle good headway In
tbe roof, caused by the soot burning In
the chimney, were extinguished by the
bucket brlgado before the department ar
rived. Damage very alight.
New Years day Is celebrated by wishing
each other happy lor the coming three
hundred and sixty-five days. February 22
Is dancing day. May 30 reflection day.
July 4 general rejoicing. Thunksgivlug
feasting upon the good tlii tit-sol the geu
son and to return thanks to our Maker.
Decembei 23 is look, d upon as the .lay to
commemorate the birtb of our Savior.
A representative of the Seven Day Ad
ventlst called at our sanctum with a re
monstrance against the passage of what i.
known as the Blair bill in Congress. To
one not versed in his pioposed schemo Ii is
story would seem a plausible one, but
when confronted upon the. subj-cl that
the only object be had In view was to op.
pose that portion nt the Blair bill that fa
vored the passage of a general 8unday
law, he finally admitted that to be his
only mission in presenting the reuion
Irene lor signatures.
A spetial meeting ol tbe council was
held Saturday evening at the office of It.
N. Goodwin, Piesent the mayor, clerk
and ail of the councilmen except Hem. n
way. The o'. Ject of the meeting was to
take Into consideration the special lin
provemeutof the streets. Messrs. D. L.
Wadsworth, S. K. Laundon and Wm
Rinlnger were present and expressed
themselves highly pleased that measures
were about to be consumaled for better
condition of the stieeU. There being no
petition before the body asking for the pro
poned Improvement except from the prop
erty owners on South Main St., which was
the only one that would receive attention
at present. It is not proposed to ask per
mission to Ikuo bonds through the hull, t
box thl. spring, consequently the council
have right to increase thu present levy
for street purposes and will prohab'y do
so when the next annual levy is made and
then issue obligations to secure currency
upon U make the improvement. The
mei-ting was a very harmonious one and
everything bid. lair lor the work to pro
ceed as won a. the weather will permit.
A pack or dog. recently killed a large
number of sheep In Holmes County, and
then left aud came noith killing somo all
along the mute uutil they reached Huron
Couiitv, where they killed suverul fine
flocks. El) rla Democrat.
The St. Paul, Minn . Pres gives an ac
count of a flock of sheep being killed by
dogs in the south part of Manitoba, and
the probabillte. are that these very same
Identical pnrp were the perpetrator, ol
the deed. The auih. rltes In the Rusjilnn
Govmment should be on tbe look out" for
BuNinetM Note and Clmnges.
Merchant are reducing their winter
stock preparatory to spring arrival.
. A. Lashells ha pun-based the billiard
business of J. II. Yocum. . .
-Annla Harper of Canal . Dover ha
purchrstd the outfit of D. M. Shaw In the
Nlokcl Plate . Restaurant, . will tike
possession March lOtbv Mr. Hhow gee to
Michigan. .: ' y
Mis In' Arnold, a hair dresser, will
onei a tnrf in tbe Fitch block, March .
tie her cam ta ctlumn.
Church Notes and Announcements
A qnartett Irons Oberlin, will conduct
the singing at IIih CongreiMfonal Chureh
Sunday morning und evening. There
will lie Union services held In theevenine
conducted by three young divine trora
the same place.
The interest awakened by the ten days
meeting at the M. E. Church was so great
that It was decided to continue and ac
eoid nely meetings ure held this week
a -h evening at 7:15 and each afternoon
at 2:30. All are invited.
The Hiljonni. d meeting of the Cong'l
clum-h society will lie held in the Sunday
school room, Monday evening, March 4th,
at 7 o'clock sharp.
W. II. FisnEU, Secretary.
Prof. Melville gave a fancy dress party
on the cvenlni; of Feb. 23. Music was
present from Cleveland and a very enjoy
able tiiuo was bad by the lovers of the
trip of the light fantastic toe.
Mr. George Obcr of theatrical fume
with his metropolitan company appeared
at the oper house Thursday evening and
presented the wonderful play entitled Dr.
Jeykll and Mr. Hyde. A lurge audience
was present to greet hi in and a general
satisfaction wa tbe votdict rendered at
the clone of the performance. Mr. Ober
appeared here In 1882 and receiving such
a grand ovation on his return he consider
ed it quite n high compliment.
The second lecture of tbe People' Dol
lar .Course waa given to a large and intel
ligent audience In the M. E. church Inst
Frii'ay evening by Hon. Will CumbacK,
subject, "The Model Husband." The lec
ture was of a humorous character and
was highly appreciated by the audience.
The next enteitatnment In the course will
be given March 13 In tbe Congregational
cbnrch by Mrs. Margartt Custer Calhoun
and will consist of readings and Imper;
C. F. Fisk left for Dayton to-day.
Mrs. J. C. Dyer ha been quite Ick for
T. Doland left for tbe West a few days
ago on a business trip.
Miss Anna Garrett visiting her mother
in Columbus last week.
Station Agent Harmon of the W. Si L.
E. Is ton fined to Ins home by sickness.
Geo. Fleher. .f Cleveland, wa called
bete to attend the funeral of Justice Joyce.
Miss Lettiu Blight of Wakeman was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mclntlre a few
days lBt week.
J. H. and Will Cnmstnck are now the
landlords of tlio Be. be House, Elyria
Success to j on, gentlemen.
John Soles a former resident here Is
now lying very low with cancer iu the
stomach at the residence of his daughter
In Flint, M'cblgan
C. P. Rnnk of Brighton called on us
yesterday. He Informed us that extensive
preparations were b. Ing made In th conv
munity to engage in the creamery business
the coining season.
Miss Helen Kent of Chicago, III. win,
has been visiting ut S. S. Warners.tlie past
fortnight returned home Sunduy even
ing to accompany n party to Washington
D C. to attend Inaugurutivn ceremonies. ,
OVT VOtt WASHtNUTOX.
Mr. and Mr E. West, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. D. Perkins. Col. Couch will accompany
Go. Foruker fr. m Columbus. . . .
R.J Robinson, Mr. and Mr. 'J. M
Ott'-rbacher will ntiend tbe Inauguration
ceremony of President Harrison at
Washington I). V. '
JOICU-On Sunday. Feb- i, after a long win
tlnued Illness, Justice Jotce aned 71 years
Funeral Tuesday under the auspices of the
1. 0.0. F. Rev. 8. D. Oammell, officiating-.
The remains were placed In tbe vault In the
KLINE-In Ontario, Cat., Feb. 15, ol cancer ot
the hip, Clement E. Kline, sued 20 yeari.
Tbt deoeaacd wa former resident ot Well-,
, Inston and went to California In April NW6
and subsequently was Joined In marriage, to
Mtss Bertha J.'iJrtnnar, of this place-
' ' Advertised Letter. - '
Tbt following 1 list of ancUlnud lUra re-
nalslDi lb tta postofflc it elllngton, Ohio
Februarys, H. ' , .
Ura.C.A. Bcatly, - John Braonan,
J. R. Lyon, J. 0. Humphrey, '
l. F. Fowler, Imanosl Antle,
rertons ealllng for the akov plea say
Not es from Other Towns.
Tbe "Te'eg factory." otherwise known
as the Shennnn Telegraph school, aa
moved on Tuesday from the third story of
the Gilchrist block to its former quarters
In the Centennial block near the depot...
... . .There Is still some petty theiving go
ing on about town, notwithstanding the
efforts that aro being made to stop it Fred
Mason, of the Junior class of tbe college,
recently had a fine heavy overcoat stolen,
and F. G. Doolittle lost a bat and other
articles of clothing. Strict measures
should be adopted for the apprehension of
the guilty parties, and when caught, a
wholesome example should be made of
them. . . .The post ofllue war may now be
said to be well under way, and Ibe mnny
candidates for the office about town en
tlrely Ignoring the possibility of Mr. Hart'
continuation by the Senate, have ushered
their respective henchmen into the field
and petitions are being circulated right
and left, According tu tbe time honored
custom, an election will in all probability
be held lo determine the people's choice
in the matter, unless Congressman Wick
ham or some other man disregards the
precedent. For tbe present no one can
guess who will get the best of the fight
Editor of tbt Esters nui:
Will you allow me space to correct your
statement In last Issue in regard to the pe
tition that I have circulated. You were
In error in staling that It design has "to
compel manufacturer of oleomargarine
to label it as uch before attempting to
dispose of it"
Such a law was passed five year ago
tbe present wlmcr, psset d In response to
petition largely signed by dairymen and
others. Experience proves that such a
taw docs not afford adequate protection.
In cities oleomargarine Is sold largely to
feigners whocannotrrad English, hence
the need ol something more stringent Mr.
6tranahan, of Cuyahoga, bag Introduced
bill designed to prohibit the making and
selling ol oleomargarine or Sardinia in
imitation of butter, for the passage of that
bill I have circulated a petition. Ohio
should keep abreast with other states in
legislating against fraud. New York and
Pennsylvania have each similar laws and
they have received tbe approval of the
higher courts. Ohio cannot fall Into line
any too soon. A superficial view ol this
legislation may lead nno in the belief that
It la in the interest of dairymen only. Such
I not tbe fact A large proportion of
those that purchase oleomargarlng sup
pose they are buying genuine butter and
they pay corresponding price for it.
Divert It of this fraud element, require It
to be sold for what it Is and there will be
large reduction in tbe price nnd all that
use It will be benefitted.
Armora & Co have destroyed the beef
producing Indurtiy In Ohio, there seems
to be no hope for it either present or
prospective and unless Ihedairjman Inter-
eat themselves, the Cuw nnd his products
will go also.
It Is i-alrl thai Armom lias sent a strong
body to Columbus t prevent the passage
of the 8iranshun bill aud baa agreed by
secret circular to "remeuiber" those that
stand by Armom Si Co.
Whosoever eounterflti the coins of till
country rex-elves no sympathy Irom the
community and the court InBict speedy
punishment upou those that committed
the fraud. But tbe paid agent ot foreign
capalut In an effort to punish this "rich
roan fraud," a eounterttt product are
tr ated by our legislator with distinguish
ed cinisldorntlon. . .
In all contests when organized capital
it pitted Hgxinst ' Uttorgsulxed Influence
the former usually wins.
If the Stranahan bill falls to become a
law It will be because .those that should
la. most Interested In Its progros are In
1'lflercnt.carlesa In regard to mat'rs about
wluch they ought to be vlgileni.
' CK. Wkst.
Tickets to New Orleans nnd return, ac
count of the Maidl Gras, will be on (ale
Feb. 28 to March 8 Inclusive, at ralu ol
t'20 .23 tor the round trio: limit, 8 day go-
Inn. and returning with tlnal limit of
Mnrch2U, 18H9. Ticket to Mobile, Ala.,
and return, same dates aud limit at rate
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
When Baby wa lck, w gv ner Caetorie.
Wbn she wa a CkUd, ah rM f or Castorto,
Whta she Deoun Him, the olosg to Cutoria,
HAIR DRESSER Mlt,a Tn Arnol.l
Hair dressrr, will open a store iu Fiich's
block on Lllierty ttreet, March 3. Ladle
please call and examine the latest styles
l Tt nr . ...
a wauir,8, navea aim uair uriiHllieiits.
Combings made to order and Waves re-
WANTED A few loads of very choice
viuver uiiy. immediate, delivery.
0. W. IfORIt.
LOST Two season tickets to the !..
ture course. The Under will please leave
at AHTUIU-KIHIE OII1CO.
A Slick of tnfTv and a clnnmn otvon fnv
every ousisei relumed tins week;
N. P. Romnko.v.
BIG BARGAIN STORE Tim ...u-.t
interest or the turning community iu this
nomilar Institution lioea not nni.r in
subside in the ast. The advertised time
lor our stoie in this city has passed hut
thu kind solicitation of' niunv customeis
tins induced us to renm n a shoit tiim
loneer. Let ihe irlml ilillm.u Iw u-,.fi,.il liu
every wind lo every household that tl e
peaicsi uurjiuins on eunn bwuh me com
ing of every man and wumun to the Uitr
our gain store.
Prilll's liliPlllnfllic Mn'nnoMt lioili them
all. Sold by druggists.
We have event Mtor in I)i.piii'ioimttt fi,r
side Walls, for narlors. for reilinirM. in I In-
latest style and d signs.
iiHundon, imlecker &, Co.
Tim flnauf tl
Prizes in town at N. P. Robikson's.
PIJHr.lt: SA I.E. Fr.ink U'urd will cell
on ihe Samuel Farnswortli farm two miles
north hiiiI iiiia mil,. u-pmI of iIim cpntui ..I
Siilliviin. MomlaV. Pell. 2.1. t ill ni
21 dairy tows, 0 yearling heifers, sheep,
span geldings, harness top uuggy (new J.
tut) DUsneiS (.otaloes, 'M tous tiuioiliy hay
U. VV. I'OWKlt, AUUtlonter.
Tf Villi llAVP nenriitiiltl Pftlil unrtt fhniAl -
etc., use Prutt's Family Liniment. Sold
FOU SALE Elclit cows, seven tons 'f
hay, millet, one br.Hid sow. three shout.
and one horse. Inquire ut the Larenci
FiMtt farm two miles west of Wellinu'ton,
orofF. M. Perkins. Myrt Perkins.
If you want to see a fine stiK-k of Wall i
Paper look at ours.
Laundon, n mdecker & Co.
The finest assortment of Wall Panercnn
be found tt
Try Pratt's Horse Liniment. Sure cure
for all blrmithes. Sold by druggicts.
Lauudon, Windcrker & Co's.
Now is the lime to paper vour bouse.
Our st'K-k is very full and very cheap
i.auruon, vt indecker is Co.
I have on hand and for sale 7 tons seeds
Millet t, HiinpHrinn,
Orchard, Blue Urnss,
Red Top. Timothy,
( lover und Pea Vine. J. TURLEY.
Our stock of Wall Paper is now com
plete in all its departments.
Laundon, Windecker & Co.
Our stock ol Wall Paper never waB an
full nor aa cheap a now.
Laundon, Windecker & Co.
The best Is tbe cheapest. Hill' Peer
less Woim Specific is both the best and
cheapest. F D Felt.
The Park House always h Ihe clean
est and the finest table the market affords
Good feed barn in connection.
L. C Bennett, Pmp.
FOU SALE OR RENT. The Hunt-
tlngton hotel with four acre of land, good
barn and the house ia at present doing a
good business. 'I erm easy. For further
anicui!r can on or sudr. ss,
4 8 J. r. II askku, Wellington, O.
Don'l lose sleep with a tickling cough:
take Kinebart's Cough Balssm. 2.V:. I
FOR RENT. The Lawrence Fool.
funu ofai-o.it 81 acres, two miles west ol
the village of Wellington. Oood location
convenient to church nnd school. Good
buildings ami well watered. For term-
call on or a' Id res-,
J. T. IIamkkj.i., W ellington, 0.
Oysti-rs, direct Irom liuliimore ut
A CARD. IMik out for tbe new ini aii
simp across from T DoIhiiiI v.atoii si.oj
an sinci' m iiirnitiire ippaiird and stiiinul
to look lis giMid as new. New work mil''.'
in order. ,Sas riled and VHrinsliinu dor. .
Give me a call 11. A. Knait.
Pillkhnrv'a Hoy. Ml nnuuw.li. t,'l..
Tiie best Fiour made at Wii.lahd's.
A beautllnl prize with cv ry package m
Baking Powder. Call and mm. ihem at
A complete line of Pickle G.s ds at
Oyster 1 Oysters !1 Oyster 111
In Can or Bulk at Earnest Lemuels.
Hot Peanut t WiLLAun'.
J. M. Crabl rew will psy the blgi re
mark el prlc. lor live and dntsed b--K.
veal calve, dry and green bide and p.
MONEY TO LON Ou long time
moderate intereat on good farm (ectti :tv
Mr. Lee .M'ein having purcliuseil !.
Laundry buslneiw l' Wing B ug will c
linue lo serve the puolic 1 mii now ;
pared to do up collur and cutis Ii)
patent proruss. Prk'e the same
piedeceHM.'. Please fsv.u me lih -'i
Dr. E. M Ols-rii.illi r. from Tolnjc. i
will Ihs at the Ameilcan House, Wei, ..
ton, Nov. 7th, li e CUi, Jan. Uth. ii-W I
Mart-It Oth. 41- . t
Dr. C. C Hisey, ol Asldalid, 0,'b
opened a s rmnin-nl olllce in ihe.
worth liuilding. Teeth cxnacleil wii'-.
paia by ll.e use ol Hunt's vitalized !i
and ull wink warranted to please. , hi o
the gold I.Kiih
Frank Arnold, lilu.kf mil binjr '
Mr. Frank Atnold.l.irmerly ot Li Gtr.uc
will occupy punihiii inly tlie blMkn. ith
shop Just south of C. W. Ilorr' residct.ee
on South Main street, Wellington, O. It.
make aiiHX-lalty of hone shoeing, t,-l
p'ating, and ot rrpaiilng wagons, tnov. i,g
machines, etc, etc He lin Just smith
of tbe shop and will do work lor bisui-n
lsr customers any time lietween 0 a. iu.
and 9 p.m. Mr. Arnold ha had large
experience In shoeing boraes a be was a
licensed blacksmith in Germany and shod
bone for om time In the German army.
Term are reasonable and tatLsf action
House Cleaning !
(OU RATHKIt 6T0IIE CI.KANrSU)
fiPTTT .mT.-.: ?.::tj'v
All dents' Cardigan Jackets 1-6 off the prto.,
German Knitting Yarns only 10 eta. a ikela,
t cents a pound.
Fancy Iillibnui (iu lnrue varletvl ni. tij
cents a yard.
An elegant assortment of Jewelry at ST.o,
Bey's (iosiumer Rubber Coats onryDOo eah,
Oents' Gossnmrr Rubber CoatsonlyWceaok.
Remnants ot Colored Woolen Dres 0oonf
nff ihe price.
Remnants of Black Woutnn l)r n.i. s
off tbe jirlee.
Cashmere Dranerv Sen rfn.anM r
now 12 cents.
Cashmere Ilranerv Goarra ni.i t. ti
60 cents. . '
Black Braided Waist Sets, sold f, m
now 29 cents.
All Children's Jcrsv W
Odd lot of Beaded (limn. m.i.t
only 10 cents a yard.
Ladles' Woolen EhouMer Rhnuia n
Sflc. now 50c.
All our old stock of I.lnon Tsi. u..i.i-
Ing Table Covers and I dosen Napkins) botk
plain and fancy colored, to be closed oat it
li off the price.
All Embroidered Felt Scurf ui... h.ki.
Covers, to be closed out at 14 off tbe prleo.
Ladies' Colored Cashmere Oleves, sold fo
42c. now 25o.
Ladles' Colored Crochet Vllk MutKn. .,:m .
for Tic and ll.now 60e.
All Fans above tl each to be cloud aui ur
off tbe price.
Ladles' Linen Inltlcl Itnnrtkfr.ki.r. .n
lOe each. "
tients Faucy Border 11a
bargains at 10c and l'Ac .
Gent s' (solid) Linen Collars only ( tscb.
Cents' Linen CnffslSe a nalr. lf.
Children1! Pcarlft Wool r
sold for C2c. now 37Sc-
Ladles' Orap Mstnral Wool Vu. uu fn
03c, now 60c.
Ladle's White Wool Jerav RlhliM VmIi dim
for 12. ti t and $2.60. now half prl.
i.saies- w una vt ool Jersey Ribbed Oombts.
tion Suits, sold for IS, now half price.
inildren s woolen Iioodt and l-nrinmmn
sold for 90c, now 10c.
Children' Woolen Hoods in.l TKa.o-
better goods at V-c.
Hamnants of Domestic!, mirh iDvi.t.
lilnghams and Knteens, to beelcmed eat at J
off the price.
Our entire stock of Toolen Khma t
closed out at very low prices. Hee what w
Printed China Silks, uo elecan sjimirirr.Tk.
strvand less per yard.
An elegant heavy Black I)in Sim at t a
yard; It louksabargnlo at 11.60.
Our entire stock of Colored fills Pin.h It
Our eatlre stork of Fancy Colore Vi.t.im
Just half price.
We are pushing out the mods. &nd IBs -torn.
pie are getting bargains. Come and e ta.
' -1 tind 6 Euclid AVn .