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THE AEGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUABY 21, 1903.
Fair tonight and Sunday;
warmer Sunday. j
J. M. SHERIEK.
Temperature--At 7 a. m. 12;
at 2:30 p. m. 20.
Bicycles at Ilynes.
Zazaro. Union cigari
Steel ranges at Wileher's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Men's shoe sale. Dolly Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Have your wheel enameled at Hynes'.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
1003 model bicycles at IIynes 1C23
Have your wheel cleaned at Hynes',
Call or the cigars that have the
union label on the box.
Plenty of strictly fresh egs at
Hess Bros', this evening.
Plenty of dressed turkeys and chick
ens at Hess Bros', this evening.
Last call on winter weight cloaks.
See what McCabe's say about it.
Good skating at Triangle rink. Ev
erybody come while there is a chance.
The banks will be closed next Mon
day in observance of Washington's
Hard coal at Kock Island Lumber
company. Telephone west 1000. New
A book Hurry next week at Mc
Cabe's which may develop into a cy
clone. io and see.
When purchasing cigars see that
the blue union label of the Cigar
makers union is on the box.
Hice and bead portieres, fancy col
ors, from $1.."0 to $8. Drake Furniture
& Carpet company, Davenport.
Ortna club dance. Turner opera
house, Davenport, Saturday evening,
Feb. 22. Admission, 25 cents; ladies
Art squares, fancy designs and col
ors, from $3.25 to $12 each. Drake
Furniture & Carpet company, Daven
On account of the funeral of the
late Mrs. H. P. Simpson The Argus
oflice will be closed Monday after 12
Carpet sweepers "from $1.50 to $4
each. Buy one and make sweeping a
pleasure. Drake Furniture & Carpet
The Augustana basketball team
last evening defeated the team of
Monmouth college at t hat jfitj; bythe
close score of 21) to ID.
Fancy Swiss bedroom curtains, ex
cellent patterns, from $1.50 to $3 per
pair. Drake Furniture r Carpet com
pany. Davenport, Iowa.
" Special low prices on toiletware aiid
linnerware all week in our crockery
department. Drake Furniture & Car
pet company, Davenport.
liope portieres, new lot just receiv
ed, new color effects, from $2.50 And
up. Drake Furniture & Carpet com
pany, Davenport, Iowa. .
See the big line of all wool ingrain
carpets we are showing at 4'J and 55
cents per vard. Drake Furniture &
Carpet company, Davenport.
We show by far the largest line of
rugs. See the new styles -from US
cents up to $50. Drake Furniture &
Carpet company, Davenport.
Miss Elfriede Meisner, 1715 West
Third street, Davenport, music teach
er; graduate of the Leipzig Conserva
tory, Germany. Patroange solicited.
Make known to us 'your shade
wants. We can handle all kinds-of
shade work at reasonable prices
Drake Furniture & Carpet company,
Monday morning. l.HOO pairs of new
lace curtains' are to be placed on sale
at McCabe's, at fully 25 per cent less
than present values. 1 hese will tempt
all classes of buyers.
lust received, ocr 100 different
sized palms from '.I to 8 feet high, full
sized : leaves, prices from 25 cents to
$5 each. Drake Furniture & Carpet
A big mattress deal. A full house
will welcome McCabe's big mattress
purchase when shown to their pat
rons Monday. Home rare bargains
here which will pay you to see.
The Columbia Dramatic club of St.
Mary's church will play the beautiful
drama in four acts, "A Debt oJ Jlon
or,"-at the hall on Twent.v-seco.nd
street and Fifth avenue. Sunday, Feb.
Our crockery department is com
plete in erery way. Call and see the
bargains we are offering in this line.
Drake Furniture & Carpet company
Davenport, Iowa. .
Sewing machines, all styles. Buy
this line of us and save the agent's
, salary. We have machines from $12.50
up. Drake Furniture & Carpet com
pany, Davenport, Iowa.
Members of Siboney Hay camp
Spanish-American War Veterans, are
requested to meet at the Armory at 9
a. m. tomorrow to-attend patriotic
services at the First Baptist church.
Mayor Knox requests the members
! of the council and fire and police de
partments to be at the city hall at 1
o'clock Monday afternoon to attend
the funeral of Capt. B. J. McCabe in
We are showing the largest and
most complete line of furniture, car
gets, rugs and, matting to be found
Fvill Ho vise Assvired For
The cemetery improvement fund
comes before the public as an object
worthy of the imst liberal patronage
of the city and county. What toad
leading out of the city would con
tribute more to the convenience and
comfoit of the public than would
Twelfth street? Who anions; us has
not experienced the discomfort of
iding through the sand, dust and
mud to the very gates of the ceme-
ery? The paving of the dis
tance between ' the citv limits
and the cemetery is a great un
dertaking and will cost a large sum
of money, but it is in the hands of
hose who will give their best ener
gies and influence to carry it to a
successful issue. The Chippiannock
association has promised to do its
hare of the work, property owners
abutting on the street have promised
o do their part, and with liberal con-
ributions from generous and public
pirited men. the beginning and com
pletion of the road is assured. A
goodly sum is already in the bank
awaiting such additions as'will justi
fy the leaders in this great and im
portant work in setting an early day
for the beginning of it. It is earnest
ly hoped by those having it in charge
that our citizens will be alive to the
necessity of it and respond generoiis-
y.to the appeals which must and will
e made to them from time to time.
V vaudeville entertainment will be
iven Tuesday night at the Illinois
heatre by the best amateur talent
of the tri-cities. It will be a unique
no delightful entertainment, and it
is hoped that a full house will greet
he performers and encourage them
o further efforts to swell the im-
DLtes for Exhibition
The Hock Island baseball club'V'Ul
icgin the season this year with the
mifornis that the club had last vr.ir.
The brown ones are almost u good
as new and the blue ones have been
cleaned and present a very respecta-
Ie appearance. The team will report
for work April 15 and the lan is to
have an exhibition game with Daven
port, probably in that city, the Sun
day following, or April 1'.). Then the
earn will play at Iowa City for a
week, returning to play an exhibition
ame with Davenport in this city
Sunday, April 20. During the few
days before the beginning of the sea
son it is hoped that one or two exhi
bition games may be arranged at
n the tri-cities, and we cuarantee our
prices to be as low, if not lower than
others. Call and see us. Clemann &
The ambulance had two calls yes
terday afternoon. Mrs. Tanner-was
removed from St. Anthony's hospital
to 2523 Eiirhth avenue, and Mrs. Fin-
kelstein, a typhoid fever patient, was
taken to the hospital from her home
at 4502 Seventh avenue.
Among the Rock Island ladies who
oaned baskets to the Davennort
Academy of Science for the exhibition
hat closed today were Mrs. Ben T.
able. Mrs. T. .1." Buford. Mrs. J. M.
Buford. Mrs. J. F. Robinson. Mrs. E.
W. Hurst and Miss Comegys.
Shortly before 2 o'clock this morn-ng-a
fire caused by a spark from a
pasr.g engine wan discovered in the
fence of the Morris & Lewis junk yard
at Twenty-fourth street. The depart
ment was called out and the blaze
was extinguished with practically no
This eveninc the Rock Island hich
school basketball team will meet at
the school gymnasium with a picked
earn composed ot memoers oi tne
Llumni.-'men who were giants at the
game in their time. Owing to the ri-
alry that lias been engendered be
wecn the school and .the alumni in
ithletics over the annual football
games the outcome of this evening's
match will be awaited with interest.
Rev. (.'. Fenwick Reed addressed a
arjre contrreiration last eveninr in the
revival services he is conducting at
the First Methodist church ami there
were three conversions.- Rev. Itced
has a fine nense of humor that ai-
leals strongly to his lrearers and of
en sets them to thinking seriously
where a message couched in different
irm would fail.
BURNING SOOT CAUSE
OF DOWNTOWN FIRE
At 12:30 this afternoon the lire de
partment was called to the home own
ed and occupied by Mack Starr at 410
Seventh street, where soot burning
out of the chimney had set lire to the
roof of the main part of the house.
The blaze had a good start when the
firemen reached the scene, but a cou
ple of streams of water quickly set
tled it. The loss is about $.'i00, with
Shiloh command. No. 2, I. V. U.,
department of Illinois, and the ladies
of the W. V. R. U. are requested to
meet -at Memorial hall Sunday morn
iijg, Feb. 22, at 10 o clock to attend in
a body Washington memorial services
at the First Baptist church. All old
soldiers are invited to le with us.
G. W. SAMPLE, Col.
Willard Baker, Adjt.
Pumps glowing vitality into your
body, while you sleep. Develops mus
cular and nervous life. Restores
youthful courage. That's what Rocky
Mountain will do. T. II. Thomas phar
macy. . ' " v
provement fund and realize a satis
factory sum to the promoters.
MEMBER OP ASSOCIATION.
Following is the program of next
Tuesday evening's vaudeville enter
tainment at- the Illinois theatre for
the benefit of the Cemetery Road Im
1. Farce, "The Gentle Jury" Mes
dames Carter, Call, Wadsworth, Chan
dler. Frank Mixter, Blanding, Mc
Hugh, Misses Case, Warner, Battles,
Whisler and .Entrikin, Dr. II. M.
2. Specialty Abe Kosenfield and
J. M. Colligan.
3. Solo and chorus from "Little
Duchess" Mrs. Casey, Messrs. Ander
son, Gilbert Graves, John Hazard,
Louis .Tones, Harry and Leo Larkin,
Will Collins, Dr. Georg-e Crissman.
4. Spanish dance Miss Florence
5. '- Twin-City Silver Cornet band
Messrs. Fay Harper, .lohn T. Stafford,
J. M. Colligan, Abe liosenheld, Wil
liam' Butterworth. Charles Skinner.
Walter Kosenfield, Gus Tegeler,
6. "Pickaninny Chorus" Mrs. Cas
ey, Messrs. Leo Larkin. John Hazard,
S. Edwards, Dr. George Crissman.
7. Fencing Girls Drill Misses Fay
Warren, Gertrude Don, Nellie Fol
soni. Alma Holt, Zoe Bernhardt. Mar
ion West, Myrtle Gilmore, Tina Mc
Xevin. 8. French Court Dance Misses
Warner, Chainberlin, Bessie Gilmore,
Streckfus, Agnes Gilmore, Messrs.
Tarbon, Ben .Mitchell, Collins, Jones,
Call, Shields; musicians, Messrs. Lar
kin and Call.
Peoria with the Western league team.
Rebsamen. the Rock Island catcher
of 1001, who is in trouble as a result
of his indiscretion in jumping his con
tract here, has now written to the lo
cal management, asking what can be
done for him. He has been informed
that if he will pay the sum of $75
which he intimated to President Sex
ton he would do, he could have his
release. Torrence, who is in the same
fix as Rebsamen. wants to come back
here, even though he has signed with
Terre Haute. It is reported also that
he has expressed a willingness to
sign with .loliet. Al Tebeau being af
Rock Island tribunal. ,ro. 1, last ev
ening held Washington memorial ex
ercises. at the lodge's headquarters in
C arse's hall. The attendance taxed
the capacity of tne room. The dec
orations were extremely beautiful
and consisted of red, white and blue
bunting and Hags interwoven with
the white and gold emblems of the
order. The program carried out was
Overture, Mangold-Jacobscn orches
tra; addres of welcome. State's At
torney Harold A. Weld; song. "The
Holy City," Miss Maureen Englin;
patriotic march, orchestra; ladies
drill and tableaux, directed lry Miss
Clara Hampton; tableaux. "The Seven
Virtues," Faith, Hope, Charily, Tem
perance, Fortitude, Prudence and
lustice: address, "Fraternity," Su
preme Tribune K. H. Whitham; reci
tat ion, "The Fraternal Tribunes,"
Miss Maureen Englin; tableaux, "The
Thirteen States," ladies of the drill
team; s'ongs and sketches, Messrs
Davis and Goff; address, "The Insur-
nce Man and His Litfle Hatchet." Su
preme Secretary Robert Rexdale.
Following the program, which was
rendered with fine effect throughout.
there were refreshments, a grand
march and ball with music by the
Mangold-Jacobscn orchesl ra.
llurlluKton Han Wreck.
There was more trouble on the l'ur
liugton t his ' morning. This time it
was not a wreck at Orion, but a mis
hap at Lynn. The trucks of a freight
car broke down and caused a derail
ment that blocke I the line several
hours. Ill const quence No. 19 was
about, four hours late, arriving al
10:30 a. m. '
The members of John Ruford post
G. A. R., are requested to meet at
Memorial hall at 10 n. in., Sunday
Feb. 22, for the purpose of attending
v ashington's birthday memorial ser
vices to be held at. the First Baptist
church at 10:45 a. m. All old soldiers
are requested to join the post in this
Chicken lunch at the Ponce de Leon
tonight. Opposite the postoftice.
A possum and sweet potato lunch
at Thierman saloon, Fourth avenue
and Eighteenth street.
lack Snyder will give an opening
lunch at the Hub Saturday night.
One was pale and sallow and the
other was fresh and rosy. Whence
the difference? She who is blushing
with health uses Dr. King's New Life
Pills to maintain it. By gently arous
ing the lazy organs they compel good
digestion and head off constipation
Try them. Only 25 cents, at Hartz &
AH the' news all the time The
CORPSES IN THE RUINS.
Continued From First Page.
able to converse calmly after their
escape declared that they stumbled
prostrate bodies ns they rushed to th
windows. The flames literally were
chasing them and the smoke made It
almost impossible to breathe. Those
who were first to escape where they
were not too severely injured and
stood for some time barefooted In ths
suow, chained to the spot and rendered
unconscious of the cold by the horror
of the scene. Many of them had to be
ed away; -
Cedar Rapids. Feb. 21. L. C. Bur
nett, of Nebraska City, Neb., one of
the victims of the Clifton hotel fire,
died this morning. This is the fifth
Dr. (1. S. Groves, of Cedar Rapids,
ied of his injuries this morning, mak-
ng the total deaths six. The work
men are still searching the debris,
ml it is expected two additional bod
ies will be found. Of the 41 injured.
all with possibly three exceptions are
expected tj recover.
Chicago, Feb. 21 Following are tne open
ing. highest, lowest ana closing quotation
(n today's markets:
May, 7 7S - 7s 77S: 775.
July, 71; 7I!; W;i4 -.
May, 4hH; 45: 4E; 45
July, 4i?; us: :
May, 85 v. 36: SS: 85.
July, 323 ;3:i?i;32?, ;33.
May. 17.6-J-: t7. 70 : 17 60: 17.67
July, 17.1&; 17.15; 17.10; 17 10.
Feb., 9.55; 8.5ft; 9.55:
May, 9.57: 9.60: 9.57: 9 57.
July, 9.40; 9.42 9. 10 -; 9. 13.
May, 9 n ; 9.72: 9.00: 9.7b
July, 9.47 ; 9.55; 9.47:8.5:.
np. Mav 51 Hb: flax. cash. N. W., 1.19l: S.
W. l.H. Way l.-MCiViKa; timothy. Feb. 4 00.
Recelnta today: Wheat 22 corn 327. oats
167; hogs 13,000; cattle soo, sheep 1.CO0.
Hnci at Kansas City 2.000. cattle 500;
hoRS at Omaha 6.000. cattle 500.
Hog mariet openea sicsuj.
Hogs left over 4.000.
LUht. 16 ooa7. :5: mixed and butch
ers. 6.5a7 37; good heavy, C.9f7.i7; tough
Cattle maritet openea uncnangcu.
Sheep market opened steady.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market slow, averaging steady. Few
fancy nold 5c higher,
r.leht. 6.6oa7. 15: mixed and butchers. 6.85
7.40; good heavy, ie.sviS7.55; rough heavy,
Cattle market steady.
Beeves ii50ffta.oo. cows and heifers 1 50
4.75, Texas steers 45, stockers and
feeders 2 v?a.4o.
Sheep market slow and uncnangea.
Hoe market closed 5c lower.
T.trnt. 16.90327.10: mixed and butchers, 6.80
7.i: good neavy, fD.wai.m; rougu ueavy,
Cattle market closed uuu.
Sheep market closed quiet.
Kstt mated receipts Monday: Wheat 35,
corn 325. eats Sou. hogs 4:t.ooo.
New York Rank Statement.
New York. Feb. 21. Reserves on all de-
nosits decreased S.4!8.0ui-. reserves on de
posits other than U. S. 6.475. 725: loans in
0.11.400; legals decreased. $729,300; deposits
creased. n,(.'n..HA: sikxic uciiccuku ti,-
mcreasea. nu.yiAi.zuu; circuidiiuu utntwcu
Holiday in New York today. Stock ex
I.OCAX. MAKKKT CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions. Llv
8 took. Feed and Fuel.
Rock Island. Feb. 21. Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 25c. dairy 20c2c
Eggs Fresh lc(fr.20c.
Live Doultrv Cnicxens 10c per pound
hens c per pound, ducks 12J4C turkeys 13c
vegetables roiaioes, joc iu iw..
STATEMHNT OF THE ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES OF THE
Central Trust and Savings Bank
Of Rock Island, Illinois,
At the close of business on the 3lstdayof
December, 1902, as shown by tbe anDual report
made oy the said bauk as a tru.se company to
tbe auditor or puono accounts ui ine bii oi
Illinois, nursuaut to law. and tiled in the Office
of the said aiaitor oi puouc acvuiiaia uu iuo
13th day of February, 1VHM.
Loans on real estate.
being urst liens there
on.." f 350,613 70
r AA n riBPunnal c-
"ntirltv 269.193 22 6I9.W5.P2
Rnnris atd RtoOltS . . I'M 605.C0
Cash on hand and flue
from bDki o,oo.u
Total assets i,0i7,785.w7
Pinlul st.nnk oatd in IOO.OOO 00
Undivided proais i aoo,Bu isf,ow.ou
Time denosits . ; 8f9 77 16
li .a tr siinUfT trusts...
f" H. H. Simmon, cashier of the Central
Trust and Saviuxs bunk, do solemnly swear
that the abovo statement, is true, to the best
of mi knowledge and belief, and that the
schedules on baok of report represent the
true state of toe several matter inerein con
talned. . .
11. i. dimmoh, utsDier.
State of Illinois, (
Rock Island County, f
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 11th
day of February, lo:i
"Lm. D Mudge and U. K- Castecl. directors to
hi:n.rikl trust and Savlnirs bank, do sol
emnly swear th tt we have compared he fore
going statement with the books of the com
pany and that It Is correct to the best ot our
knowledge anu ucuci.
I.. D. MTJtxiE,
U. K. CASTKEU
State of Illinois, I -Rock
Island County. (
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 11th
a aw of February, ham.
(SEAL) W. H. Okbt, Notary Public
Copies of Drawings Etc.
We are equipped for printing by
and can furnish prints on short notice
at anv time. We call for ana deliver
prints anywhere in the tri-citics.
PHONK NORTH 763
W. H. KIMBALL.
Civil Knrlnwr. Dave n port Iowa.
Kb-inch soft finished 'bleach
ed ranftin, per yard. . . .
1800 Pairs New
AlUk'mds. ranging m.price
from $8.87 to 2.9c & Fa.ir.
Monday morning we place on
eale an extraordinary purchase of
Lace Curtains including all the
very newest ideas in French Cnr
tainsr Poiut d' Arabe,. Bon Femme,
Saxony and Nottingham Curtains
in white, ivory and. Arabian color,
at fully 25 per oentunnder the pres
ent market value.
French Curtains, specially priced
at per pair 5.98 to 2.58
Point d'Arabe Curtains, specially
priced at per pair. ... 8.87 to 3.48
Saxony Curtains, specially priced
at per pair .' . 5.98 to 2.48
Bon Femme Curtains, specially
priced at per pair.... 368 to 3.48
Nottingham Curtains, specially
priced, per pair from 4.48 to 29c
Shoes and Hosiery
Ladies' 3.00 hand-welt kid shoes,
choice of two styles you can find
your'sixe among the lot, O t C
while they last, at 1 O
Children's 2Sc and 80c elastic
wool Hose, Monday and all week
Sizes up to 7 at 19c
Larger sizes at 21c
Monday and whilcwit lasts,
A big mattress deal
A well-known factory, famous for its careful' made mattresses, accepted our
spot cash offer for a large quantity at a price much less than market value. The first
shipment goes on sale Monday morning at remarkably low prices. Here are some of
No. l cotton top mattresses, worth 2.50 go Elastic felt mattresses, as comfortable
at and will wear like a hair mattress, made
Tmo.T"' :".h 2.98 and finished like 10.00 ones, special at
"Z.TT.T:.. 3.45 6.85, 6.85, 6.85
Two piece mattresses, silk floss mattresses, etc , all go in this sale at very low prices.
Now Ready For Ladies
1,000 different patterns to se
lect from. Any pattern you
select will be exclusive Call
early and get your choice of
is , ?..
Harper House Block.
Ilavo you seen tlio new .;.
Piano P lawyer?
The latest and best attachment
on the market. '
It is Just What You
Have Been Looking For.
The height of perfection, em
bodying as it loe3 the leat
features of other players, and
the new special improvements
of its own. Call at our ware
rooms and examine it.
Free FLecita.1 2-4 o'clock
1609-1609 Second Avenue.
...WE ARE STILL HERE...
lias cured more people in Kock Island
in six months than any other medi
cine for Blood, Kidneys and Liver.
Sold at 1913 Second Ave.
1.50 Copyright Books 69c
Recent fiction by the best authors fine cloth bindings just the
reading you want these long winterevenings prices have been 1 60
now while they last 69c.
No quantity limit take what you want, but make your selection
early. Here &.re some of the titles:
The Loom of Life Goss.
Tbe Black Wolf a Dreed Dickson.
Tommy and Grizel Barrie.
Ralph, Marlowe Naylor.
The Coast of Freedom Shaw.
Tk.i At t, r,ii;
m viiitA Ajuivivu uo uuu xsw Dill - - ,
And others equally good worth
The Puppet Crown McGrath. 1.50, for 69c.
The following well-known cloth bound iF
1.00, 1.25, 1.50 copyrights will beonlyTfuC
With Ring of Shield Magee.
King JSoanett htixnson.
The G rente at Gift March m on t.
In the Fog Richard Harding Davis
Forty Modern Fables Geo. Ade.
Mr. Dooley's Philosophy Dunne.
The Damnation of Theron Ware
The Dagger and the Cross Holton
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Dross Merriman .
Last call on winter weight coats
Prices no object we make them low enough.
Coa.12.98 5.00 ""28.50
worth to 7.00 worth to 12.K worth to 20.00
Xo reserve, every garment has to go. Good styles this season best
kind of a chance to secure your garment for next year cheap, to say
nothing of the two months of this season left.
Selling' out all
Lot No. 1. Child's, Boys', Misses and
Men's Rubbers 25c.
Lot No. 2. Ladies' Storm Rubbers,
Lot No. 3. Boys' Pure Gum Rubbers
,.. and Men's Storm Rubbers, 50c.
Lot Not 4. Men's Arctics with rub
ber vamps, $1.00.
Lot No. 5. Men's Arctics, all rubber
just the thing for spring, $1.25.
X 307 Twentieth Street.
X 5 08 Brady Street, Davenport.
I Pariclon & Son.. I
X Dealers in Wall Paper, Painty, Oils, Glass, Room
X Mouldings etc. Also solo agents for Patton's X
X Sun Proof ivaly mixed paint, tho best ready X
mixed paint in tho market. All painting and X
paier hanging entrusted to is given our per-
sonal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed.
I 419 Seventeenth St. PKoness StW.5J5
X D. WINTER,
X Wholesale Dealer in PUIiE WINES AND LIQUORS.
J WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
X WATER. I
X Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
1819-1618 Third Arcnue, Bock Island, 111. X
All week if they last, 30 r-
pieces 7c wide dress prints,
The Coast of Bohemia. Howells.
The Great Stone of Sardis Frank
A Little Journey Around the World
Chas. Dudley Warner.
The Bread Winners Anonymous.
Unleavened Bread Grant.
Mistress Pen wick ray ne.
Voice of tbe People Kllen Glasgow.
Via Cnicis Marlon Crawford.
Mysterious Burglar Walsh.
Philip WlDwood Stephens.
LaDdkwd a UieLfoos Head- W.D. Howells
Hath Comedy Edjjerton Castle.
Saraceoesca Marion (Jrawford.
Warwick of the Knobs Lloyd.
Jessamy Brkfe Moore.
Clayton tfalowell Van Praasi
And many other equally p
popular books, price only &OC
Men's Shoes. Footfitters. X