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HAD HIS RIGHT FOOT CUT OFF.
Distressing Accident at tl
Trail of the Electric Car.
Harry IlavU .1?niped Upon Mio k..te ot
tho Cht Whll-it Whs In Motion,
LoMllE Ills Hold, Und 111! font Kevei
ct the Ankle? Warned t?j Iiis I'arr
That He Would Get Hurt.
A distressing accident happened on
Commonwealth avenuo yostenlay i
tho electric street car trial wast;
About 12 o'clock Harry Davis, a 1
boy '.) years old. had his right f< i
over and cut otT by the wheel of tho
ISvor sinco tho trial of tho olcetrii
oars began ot: Commonv altb avon ?
very largo rjrowd of sin il boys h is
grcgatcd at tho place of trial, and n r
Mio tri) m ( the car hngan, through tho
kindness of r>lr. Ilh-ck, o> great many < .
tho boys u ei v' nllowi d to ride.
1 *.ot e who ?? ?nid not get in weio
warned it i tontWlnp to got on tho e -r
While in moti n and told of tho dato er
that alwsij i lurked in ? lectrio cars.
Ncvert1 h - . i ion was tlways a or<
of boys : lining along after the ear. and
Harry Davis was in this crowd yester?
day, and after the car had ".eo n in
good speed, be jumped upon the hi il
rod with his feet while he attempt' I t ?
hold on with bis bands to a rim i r . ill
(bat. went, round the eir neilr Hi win?
dows, but losing his slim hoi 1, :
tbro.vu under the car. which could not
bo stepped In fore the bind wheel ? i;.tl
run over tho little fellow*.-- r ght I eg, and
h* vorod tho foot almost entirely fn m
the b g at ;he ankle.
'I'b ? fx l w ? hanging by some
of lie.- h.when ho was picked up. rJ'l
Is also a deep gash < ti thoiusiilool Iiis
leg extending almost to the knee.
The hoy wi s parrii A Io the hottso of
his father, Thomas It; Dzfvis. at II
Fourth avonn i h. w . and Dr. (lalo si nt
tor to dress his wounds. ThcJJtll i boy
suffered in tomb agony, and bisscreaii
wero boiirtri railing as h\S was ta 6 ii
home. In the midst, of his sulTurings ho
cried out that bis father wolilrt never
forgive him, as ho bad been warned by
his parent that if be stay, d hear tho car
ho would got hurt.
.1. K. Davis, tiie father 6f the boy, ?
was seen by a reporter of Tun Timi s.
"I went over there yesterday and j
brought him home." <iid Mr. D.ivis: ;
"and to-day lie bad not been away fif?
teen minutes before be jrot- burl."
Mr. Davis is an engineer at tho West
Knd yards, and last. April, while on bis
way o work, he slipped and fell, break?
ing Ins leg, which laid him up for four
Mii.yor (OvaIIS disposed of the follow?
ing oases at his court yesterday:
James McCarthy, drunk on the street,
(ieorge t'arr, for drunkenness, fined
.lames Oallager, who called himself a 1
detective, drunk and resisting olUc >r,
was lined 8lfl and ordered to leave town.
Grant Shay, for drunkenness, fined
.J. II. Watson, disorderly conduct,
John I'. Wilson, disorderly conduct,
fined 85. For carrying a pistol ho was
assessed-the further sum of 810.
T S. Sellings, disorderly conduct,
!'.. J, Hawkins and (1 >or::ri l'.ailey,
disorderly conduct, dismissed.
It. 10. -loin s ami A. 1>. Dillon, voting
men who amuse themselves annoying
theater-goers, were charged with dis?
orderly conduct at the Oj era House and
fined 32 each.
M. II. Itnrncs, fast driving; cautioned
Henry Johnson, arrested on suspicion
of larceny, dismissed.
ANOl IH?t: NI.W COMPANY.
Itridgctrntcr Investment Company Char?
Tho lb idgewatc r I nveslmont Company
bus been established and Bled its char?
ter in the oBico of the clerk of tin? court
The following are the inc..operators,
all ef whom are on the board of direc?
tors: M. D. Miller. George W. Thomas
sind 8. F. Miller, of llridgewatnr, llock
ingbam county, Va.i and .lames S. Sim
mens ard P. S. Miller, of lloanoko.
Tho purposes or the company are in
buy, sell and exchange real ostal.e in
Itoanoku and elsnwhero in Virginia, and
the iniprovement ol tho same in various
va s, as the directors may dotcrmino.
The capital i-icck is 812,000, divided
into shares of 8100 each, the board of
directors having power to increase the
capital stock at any time to 825,?00.
The real estato to be held must not
exaced 10,000 acres at any ono tinio.
The principal ollleo is to be located at
P. N. Miller is president, and J. S.
Jjtmmona secretary and treasurer.
The following aro the eases disposed
<jf in the Hustings Court yesterday:
Dtipuy &. Talliaferro vs. S. P. Wil
meth; assumpslt passed.
J. P. lirent vs. Joseph K, Kennerly;
assuinpsit. Demurrer to declaration.
f>ctnurrer sustained and dismissed at
?cost Of plaintiff.
Lucas and bit-Ids vs. Parlee; on sug
jge?tion vs. W. H. Felix. Dismissed nt
?so.st of plaintiff.
frits Heidler A- <'o. vs. name, on sug?
gestion vs. W. 11. Felix. Saino order as
Worth its Well-Ill in Gold.
If a prico can be placed on pain,
'?Mother's Friend" is worth its woigbl
In gold as an alleviator. My wife silf
fend more in ten minutes with eithi r
of hor other t wo children than sho d I
altogether with her la-t. having
previously used four In.tiles of
"Mother's Friend." h is a blessing :?>
anyone expecting to Income am
Htvys a customer of mi ho.
flKrinRitsox Dm.k, Druggist, Carmi, !'!
Write the iiradBeld Kegiibtl r ?'??..
Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars.
Sold by druggists.
Ill Oil nt, proprietor of the Hi
front, has been compelled to p it on un
Axtradelivery w.ngen on ncrouptof his
...... j 1*01 uUsIUumi.
HYMNS IN CHILDHOOD.
A New Huslnnd r.iri Who ??Liked to Go
"I liked to go to mooting," writes
M - La room, in hor charming narratlvo
o( "A Now Kngland Uirlhood." Sho
was a child* but "going to meeting"
sometimes impliod wearing a new bon?
net and hor host white dross and mus?
lin "vandyke," a fiiet which made hor
willing to stand up through t he "long
prayer" and sit -.till through tho "ninth
I i ?" and "tonthlios" and "flnallios" of
Sho ! lorn romomborod any thing
thai 1 o preacher said, oxcept now and
I 10 word which sounded well -
su ? "dispensations," "decrees,"
' ? ? . ." "covenants." Not undor
standiil tho long words by which ho
tried to explain tho ltiblc, she fell into
.the habit of taking rofugo in the hymn
In k, and often learned two or three
hymns in a Sunday forenoon or after?
She soon disco; -red that there was a
. different ) i:i the hymns, and learned
only siic'i as she liked. A melodious
echo, or tt onerous ring, or tho hint of
a p re, or some sacred suggestion
cause o profer cortain hymns to
others, ... she liked some of thoso
> rs brennt misunderstood them
. coul t make a frco vorsion as sho
' murmured them over.
One of bor favorites began with the
! Come, humble sinner. In whose broast
A I > lis in I thoughts revolve.
Si o had no Idea of ill meaning, but
made up a little .story out of It, with
herself as the heroine. She did not
know that tho last lino of tho second
Btanza was bad grammar:
I'll i;o to Jesus, i hough my sin
Unth Ilka a mountain ? < ?
but thought that tho "sin" was some?
thing prcl ty, Hint looked "like a mount?
ain ru o." Sho had hover seen mount?
ains, im!, t >ok it for granted that a ro;:i j
oh a mountain must bo prettier than
the wild roses on the hill noar her I
hoit .' : ?, llio heroine, would pluck j
tlmtroso, and carry it up the mountain
i i'. ? Into tho t.otnplo whore the King sat,
and would give it to Ulm; and then Ho
would touch her with His scepter, and
let her through into a garden full of
Miss Lnroom's childhood was passed
in the country, and therefore she loved I
hymns which suggested flowers, trees, j
skios and stars, such as:
"Tin ro everlasting spring nlii'loj
And never withering flowers."
When sho ro pea tod that hymn, sho
undcruood it to mean that the anemones
and violets?the short-lived children of
the shivering New England sprimr? I
would bloom on through tho cloudless, [
endless year' of the heavenly land.
Sho lived near the ocean, and when
tho salt wind camo through tho open
door as tho choir Sang of "Seas of heav?
enly rest," she, wondering how a world
could bo beautiful where "There was
no more sea," concludod that the hymn
and Ihn text could not contradict each
other, ami that something like a sea
must ho In Heaven.
Tho child had a poet's imagination.
> While crooning over
At anchor laid, remote from home.
Tolling 1 cry: Sweet Spirit, coma!
Celestial ureuzo, no longer slay I
Uutspread my sails, und speed my wayl
she had the feeling of being rocked in a
boat on a beautiful ocean, from whose
? far-olT shores I ho sunrise beckoned.?
Qiiohii Victoria's Niirnamo.
Henry M. Morridow, Southbroom, De
1 vi/.es, writes: "At a dinner at which
somo distinguished notables were pres?
ent the conversation lapsed as to the
correct surname of the royal family.
The question was put to a celebrated
i historian who happened to bo present,
who replied: 'Guolph, of course' It was
? pointed out that although the royal
! family are Guelphs by descent, Ilor
j Majesty's marriage with Prince Albert
i musl have thoolToct which the marriage
of a lady has in all othor cases, and that
tho surname of tho present house must
bo the Prince Consort's. 'Hut what is
the surname of tho Princo Consort's
family'.'' Simple, but staggering. No
one It new, Ail guosscd and all wore
wrong. It transpired, however, that the
correct, namo was'WetliIi.' of course,
no on" had heard of i' before, and all
smiled at the idea of the Guolphs being
reduced to 'Wettinl' Tho point wan re?
ferred to Thoodoro Martin. 'You are
qiiito right,' said tho biographer of tho
Princo Consort. 'Wottin is the family
namo of the houso of Saxony to whom
the dominion of Saxony camo in tho
Tli ' I tlit era* y of Nations.
The census of tho illiterates in tho
various countries places the three
Sclavlo states of Roumnnia, Russia and
Servia at the head of the li t, with about
BO percent of the population unable to
read or write. Of the l.at'.n-speaking
1 races, Spain heads the list with -ID per
cent.; France and llolgitim having about
1.1 per cent. The illiterates in Hun
j gary number 43 per cent., iu Austria .".0
iier cent, and Ireland 21. In England
wo find 1.1 per cent., Holland 10
j percent., United States (white poprla
tion), 8 per cent., and Scotland '< per
com. unable to read or write. When
we come to tho purely Teutonic slates
wc lind a marked reduction in the por
ccnlaijo of illiterates. Tho highest, is
in Switzerland, 2.5; in the whole Ger?
man empire it is but I percent. In
Sweden. Denmark, Havana, Radon nnd
: VVurtomburg there is not a single per?
son over ten years of ago unable to read
and whilo! -St, Louis Republic.
-The latest invontii n in door-looks is
one which can not ho opened from Ihn
outdde by a pliors or skeleton-key if it
is locke '. on ihq in d ?, hull for his rea?
son is especially valuublo for bo el
rooms and inside doors of buildings gen?
erally. It has double boil :, on ? above
ttio othdr. Tho lowur one is used to
lock tho door Ironi the outside. It - key?
hole di es mil gocloar through the look,
neither dooi tho keyhole of the holt tha'.
locks the door fro n tho insl le. Wbbri
the door is 16 ked on the in ido thorp is
no means of reaching lh>) key or the
keyholo of tho inner bolt from the out?
rode of tho door. This loci; Is be ng ox
I tenslvoly u od on the PaciUo coast in
' r.ll uc\v hoUla
NO PLACK in tho South offers
superior advantages to thoso
seeking Manufacturing Sites
than liuchunnn. II ins all the conditions for Sitcbessful Manufacturing.
Cheap lut i. eh 1 t excellent irons, abundant timber in easy reach,
and other raw n tcrial ai hand. Pipe works, paper mills, furniture "and
oll er \..' ' bmi nl booi and shoo factories, iron and steel
rolling ? ill
lind Ulis Uro b< ' I
1 i i s on two Iii
and Western, r-:. \
Ohio and Vi
within easy il
to t he mn| . ;
for the Uoai
brick and ton ml
A level trUCi
roads, and on
feel) to glvt
Not only are soli ?
'oundrios. ivoob 11 and cotton mills, machine shops, will
? h cation in the South;
at of products are Unsurpassed,
lilroads, the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Norfolk
11. ' and tho building of two" others, tin* Italtinioro and
>rn seems veil assured. It has competing coal: is
' ? New llivernud Fiat Top Cokes'; is at tho gutoway
of iron ores ol the Upper .lames; the limestone
lined hero; it has glass sand, and sand for silica
. at \\ \ ry door; in a word, is an ideal munufac
? hundred acr lof land, lying on both sides of the rail
Hirer a I well, with just fall enough (twenty-live
l?ge, has been reserved for manufacturing purposes.
. es from this reservation offered free to responsible
parties locating mi mi ac tu ring establishments at ltuohannn, but the CEN?
TRAL LAN!) COM '' S'Y i?T P.I ( IIANAN is desirous ol investing in such
establishments as iromise of success. It Is especially anxious Lo secure
New ling and I, and tho minor industries that have boon so successful in
Land Coin on ny
?itrcii '. ?
overcoat and a new suit of
sn't your c '.vat, collars and cuffs about
worn out ?
Do you want to make a fine appearance
during the holidays? Call on
S U a x-i j: j j -a. Ltoar. j tiaaa a axam <t^<uy 'Q.-^ ^ms?* a tfj
The Jefferson Street Clothiers and Gents'
it m A It K A111.1: (.lam Til
Max Meadows, Wytlis Comity,
Ol Salem, "The fjuei
City nl Ihr Siuilli
Tho Salem Improvement Company,
the most successful organization of i-s
kind in Virginia, had its first sale of lots
December II, 1SSU. Since that time tho
growth of Salem has been marvelous.
About 100 bouses have been built:
(Kin,'ion spent in buildings and improve?
ments; the population nearly doubled,
and the business of the postoflieo and
telegraph oflico increased 500 per cent.
The iron furnace about to go into Idast.
the factories in operation and actually
secured will employ several thousand
bauds and insure the doubling* of tho
present population of 1,000 in another
Negotiations are nearly closed for ad?
ditional plants o> employ several thou?
sand hand--, and the land companies,
with an aggregate capital stock of Si,
000,000, have vol< >l liberal sums for new
industries. A cotton factory and a
woolen mill (nearly completed) thai will
manufacture its goods into clothing,
will employ a large number of females.
The early extension of the Knltimoro
and Ohio and the lloanoke and Southern
to Salem will make it an important rail?
way center, and hasten its growth into
a largo iron, steel and general manufac?
turing and e inimeicial city. Salem and
lloanoke, now. rapidly grow ing togel her.
are destined to be the great industrial
center of Virginia.
Sabie is tho most attractive town in
Virginia; and it may well be proud of
its sin passingly beautiful location, its
beul lb fill climate, its relim d si ciety, .is
fine churches, Its exoellcnl schools, and
nl lloanoke College, one of the leading
iustitiitions in Virginia. Attractive as
1 a place of r< sldcncc, it now- oilers uu
usnal advantages for manufacturing and
general business. No other town in
1 Virginia has i vor equalled Sit tain's
record ol progress for tin; last twelve
[ months, 'lie stage Of ex pi rimcrit is
I passed, and Salem Is now firmly estab?
lished en a solid industrial basis.
The Improvement Company proposes
to celebrate t be anniversary ol its first
gri nl sab- of lots by otfcring on Decem?
ber I Ith and l .'th. at reasonable prices,
.some of the most valuable lots in our
growing city. This property adjoins the
old town and is surrounded by the lands
of other strong companies. Iteing inside
property, it will continue to increase in
value. The Norfolk and Western and
the Dec.my Line to Roanoke run
through it and have their passenger
A Perfect Site For Industrial Pur?
poses. Sovonty-two miles west of Roa?
noke, Va., twenty-eight miles west of
Rad ford. Va., and seventy-nine miles
cast of Bristol. Tonn., on tho line of the
Norfolk and West in railroad?a trunk
line from New York to New Orleans.
li Isonly fifteen miles west of Pulaski,
the point at which t hcNorthCnrol ina con?
nection leaves the main line to connect
with the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley
railroad. With the completion of tills
and the Iron ton extension to the Ohio
river, both under active const ruction, a
great Rkk Think Link from Chicago to
the Sol i n ATl.AXTie SkAIIOAUI? Will be
opened, giving ample facilities far
I reaching tho largest and rapidly widen?
Max Meadows is only forty miles [n
i an air "line from the great PocAHOXTAH
j FLatTOI' Coai. Fiki.ds, although the
present distance by rail is lo;i miles.
It issurrounded by iron ore properties,
and there Is no point, in Virginia that
i hnS cheaper and more regular supplies
OfJCOAI., COKK, ami IltOX OKK.
Although in the great Valley of Vir?
ginia, the altitude of Max Meadows is
-..'.lll? PK KT AIMIVi: TIuKWATRK. The
! cliinato is perfect, the scenery superb,
and tho district has been noted for
years for the richness and fertility of
its soil, and tho exooiieuuo of its kink
cattle and sheep
One of tub largest and most thor?
oughly equipped tu.AS'r kckxai ks in the
approach ing com pi o
?ni.t. and lloltSK shoe
?li tract, and ra vorn bio
other Industries are
oht developments a
tion: a lioi.i.iNd
factory is under c
strong red short iron ere is now avail?
able at. this point nt low cost, livery
possible variety of iron, eitlu r red
short, r.eutral. or cold short can lie
produced at will.
A proper admixture of on S will give
a (.'I1KAI' ikon that cannot be excelled in
any portion of the world foi'kmai.I. cast?
INGS, and especially shki.f hahdwahk.
being as pi.uro as water, and tkxacioiis
iind HTitoNci by reason of the copper in
the red short ore. There are a number
of CIIAKCOA t. i'l.'ltNACKN iulhe vicinity
giving chilling and malleable irons. To
responsible parties disposed towards the
establishment. of independent or
branches of any industrial works in
IKON, htkki., WOOD-WtHIKlXtl, cotton,
wooi.r.N, or in cikxkkai. i.ixk.s, ADMIK
AIII.K ritks Wit.I. 1ik I.sivkx, fronting on
stations on it. The streets have been both railroad and water, and hearty co
graded and the town system of water | operation assured
worksoxlendcd through them. Lots will
he offered on College avenue and other
business streets and on the lioulevard
lloanoke and other residence avenues.
On College avenue, which has been well
graded and macadamized at a cost of
S!>,000, only brick or stone buildings may
be en cted.
On it. the Hotel Salem, costing $05,
000, exclusive of tho.hind or furniture,
is under roof, the Improvement Com?
pany's bank and oflico building?50 by
80 feet, three stories is m arly ready
for occupancy, and a number of large
business houses are in course id' i n C
lion. 'This avenue is sure to become
niie i f the II nest business thorough faros
Tin lots to bo offered' on D< cumber
l lib and 13th, will lie sold for one-third
Cash and the balance in one and two
yi ars, and the Company will adhere to
to its policy iif placing its bus at such
I , ic a as will insure Invi stors largo and
(illicit profits. For a beautiful new map,
il ptitnphli t of thirty-twb pages, and
further information, ib
l.'s ft lit
Ir. .1. U. F.
lull resti d
orn by men, womi h and
folthd a! ISol 1 ill' - WlCl '.i ll
lined Creel:, oncof tho boldest streams
Southwest Virginia. Hows through
the town, furnishing ample water sup?
plies for drinking, manufacturing and
lixtensive watp.it woitKS are now be?
ing constructed: a i.auok mohkrn
iiotki. will he opened in December; the
streets are being graded and macadam?
ized, and an ki.kcthic i'l.ant will be
established at an early day. Between
?10 and 50 buildings huvo been erected
! during the las' lew months, and a large
I number are now under con trad cud
j const rue; b in.
j The company is particularly desirous
, of having located :s 1'IUSt-ci.ash ?a
I CHINK in:.ck yak?. Aside from il very
I heavy local demand* it is a good ship?
ping p.lint far outside pi ac is.
A i- ir. ful p< rsoiial examination will
convince any impartial observer that
lltcro is \o col xt, t'-'i men ly in Hie
SolTll. but. ill ANY pa ht op tiik ? ih'xthv
that offers greati r buslni ss indue.?ments
in a legitimate way. No boom is looki d
for. but simply a steady and prolitable
development. Correspond! nee solicit! d,
IVosidciit, CLAR13NCK M. CLARK,
Philadelphia, l'a.: vicft-prcRldent. F.D
.Ml .\D c. PEC1IIN, Ronnokc; Va.;
nanag *.*. II. C. RAKKR, Ma:; Meadows-,
Offers i-ree.Sites to Substantial
?turing !?:"< s.
Werl Ii ? f liidus
ii ( si iLlishi it
l! p isses 10: advantages in location. \vator-power, railroad facilities, and mineral
resources that com mimd iL specially to those looking for rut!
Already a town of ft,000 inhahltauts, with ntori . it it
trios established, it tins passed tho expectant period, anrl
town, with tbu promise pi 23,000 inhabitants in,a few y? ars.
Tho Following is aList of the Industries Secured and :n Operation:
iron Furnace (completed), ?:i00,000; Pulp ami I'. >r M illsi (in opi rath n), SI00.
000: Saddle and I Liny s Factory (in opirain:ii. .-to., i ?; \;",?>?< Works (in
courso ol construction), 8100,000; Steam Tannery (in .>..i ration), d<)i>,l)()0: Planing
Mills and Lumber Yards (in operation). $20,000; 1 i : re i nil Chair Factory (in
operation), ?10,000; Red llrick Works (in operation), . Wi ti Wagon Works
(in operation), 525,000: Wire Fence Factory (in opt nil 1.; Woolen Mills
(completed), 370.000; Electric Light -Plant (in operati ooo, Firsl National
Hank of lUtcria Vista (in operation), $50,000; llneii:i la lb Illing ami lnv.esl
moiit Co. Hankers, $81,000; lluena Vista lluildingund In ? i neu! Co., 5?$0.0t0;
Ituenn Vista Advocate and .lob olltce (In operation), 10; K r Crate Factory (coir
ploted), SfiO.OOO; Lexington Investment Co. (in oper ,000, Virginia Una
Estate Improvement Co. (in operation). 8100,000; Y ??? Lh Stables f in opc a
tion). 810.000: Engine Holler Plant (building), it Si !ol Works' ?r
g.united), $300,000; Sash, !)oor ? llllnd Factory, ?.M),0 ?: Pin iiing Mills & Vvtcd
I Working Establishment, 3100,000; IHass Worl d) ?200,000. 'I<ra*
82.21l,OoO. For particulars, ndddress A. T. IIARULAY, Pr -idem.
.1. P. ANDERSON*. Secretary. '
GOAL ?ND C KE
Wo have a very lino quality of crushed cotce. This now. being very
hutch used for domestic purposes instead of :.n: iveolti ?? tl, tind niv grout
satisfaction; Olilco 28 SalemAvehuo upstairs. S- ? id n abend of timo if
y tu need tue supply, so r.s to be sure 10 have iiai jjhu L?he in ? ded.
28 Salem avenue upstairs.
ncis Barrett & Co.
Lumber, Laths and Shingles.
Builders, give us a call before placing your orders.
Office 28 Salem avenue upstairs,
First st. s. \v., Roanoke, Va.
I0SMAN, E. D. TUCKER,
Agents for improved and unimproved city
and suburban property. Have some special
bargains that can be resold quickly at a good
No. 5 SALEM AVE.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
* ft ?frnf JVVl V.'. I? ijoucius fejooa are
??.'.; U iL i\f ill tvnrrnutcd. unit every tmlr
Hlllri iiniticniid price slmtiiicd on liottmj;.
In every style?Fried, Stewod, Broiled
etc., and wo make a specialty of
Iu addition, we have the finest
Po..) and Billiard Parlor
in the Slate.
Ladies' and (reals' Dining
Rooms up stairs.
OPEN ALL MIGHT.
; Ohas. J. Ormsby,
( luo Calf nn<1 I.nccd Wntcrpvoof ?rnln.
TUo oxcollonco nnd wearing ncnllttesof this Mioo
eannot u > hotter nhnwn th.? by tlio BtroiiR tmlorse
r oi ':o>r Its thousand t >>f cocniant wearers.
S? ,0O Commie llnnil-flcwcib on elegant and
? ?tvi.i'i uresn Shoo v litcli ?.?oiimicii.is iiroir.
S .-?.03 Hand-sewed Wi ll. A Cue i -r.it . hoo
? * nnoniialltNl Corstyio awl durability. _
?^?ji.zo Uoodyenr Won is Us- standard cress
Shoo, ui a popular price. , ,, , , .
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