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Now is the time to make up for
the coming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
New 36 inch All-wool Dress
Goods, in small and white
checks, only 25c per yard.
New Covert Cloths,' beautiful
spring shades, two-toned
effect, only 75c; just the
thing for tailor-made suits.
Twenty Dress Patterns-just the
thing for the coming spring
(eight yards to the pattern),
only 75c psr yard, worth
100 nieces Black Dress Goods,
in plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
We feel assured that we can
sav3 you at least 25 per
cent, on your purchases.
Wash Goods Department,
New Percales, 36 inches wide,
only 8c yard.
New Cambric-Finished Percales.
New Outings, just the thing for
Wrappers, only 10c per yd.
New Outings, suitable for Boys'
Shifts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Cloth,
for wrappers, at 10c yard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
10c per yard.
White Goods Department,
200 pieces Mite Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c,
12' c and 15, ..
200 pieces White fndia Linen,
regular goods, at 5c, 8c,
10c, WAz and up
White and Colored Organdy (two
yards wide) at 25c, 35c
Imperial Long Cloth, chamois
finish 12 yards for $1.15.
BLEACHED 1 UNBLEACHED COTTONS
Wamsutta 4-4 Bleached at IQc
Best quality 4-4 Lonsdale Cam?
bric at 10c.
Best quality 7 8 Cambric at
Lockwood 10-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 20c.
Lockwood 9-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 18c.
Mohawk 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Un?
bleached Sheeting, l2Kc,
15c and 18c.
Full line of Hamburg Edgings and
Insertions, on Cambric,
Nainsook and Swiss, at 4c,
5c, .6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, !0c
Full line of forshon and Valen?
LICE 1 CHEMIE CURTAIN DEFT.
Lace Curtains at 75c, $1,
$1.25, $!.50, and up.
Chenile Curtains, all colors,
from $2.50 per pair up.
No charge made for Poles and
\V. K. ANDREWS & CO.,
211) Snlein Avenue,
Also COKE AND WOOD.
Try our SMOKELESS COAL. There
is mine better, although you may pay a
lancy price (or some not so good. J. H.
WILKINSON & CO., 102 Third Street
. w. 'Phone210.
Half seasoned sawed <?ak blocks ore
liest for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal lit $5 75 per
ton. Koard Coal Company, 20 12 Salem
HE KOST HIS DOG.
If a nice-looking little pointer pup,
brown and white, has made friends with
you, and you are Honest, call his name
??Don" and he will recognize it. You will
then know that he is my dog and you can
return him. If lie has taken up with
some dishonest person I give htm up.
Don't care for a dog who will stay with n
dishonest person. Leave word at The
TDK 15 EL VI DER ES.
The Delvidere Social Club was delight?
fully entertained at the home of the treas?
urer, .Miss Minnie Crabili, oil First ave?
nue II. w.. last night. The evening was
sncnl ill parlor games and music. A bus?
iness meeting was hc-ld and among those
present were Misses Kannie Campbell,
Ida Houchins, Llllie Houchins, Lonsie
Koch, Marie Knob, Bailey Sanderson,
Lillian Hunter. Laura Hunter. Mrs. L.
C. Evans and K. B. Heid. K. L. Crillev,
Win. Sparks, W. K. Fisher, Will Ehr
hart, 15 T. Tal ley, L. C. Evans, \V.
Hampton Payne, B. "Cray. Civic Houch?
ins, Curtis Ludwig, C. 15. Kurilen, K.
Harringden, R. K. Met/., T. E. Vnughnn,
Marion Brown, O. Hunter and C. K.
READ THEIR AD.
Read Pace & Bobbitt's ad. on the sixth
page of The Times. It contains valuable
and interesting information.
FROM LAW TO PULPIT.
Ii is authoritatively announced that
Win. Lunsford, Esq.,a gentleman of high
standing in this community, and of re?
cognized ability, will abandon the law
and enter the Baptist ministry. He has
been active in the work of the Baptist
Church for many years, and has been
considciing the step lie Is about |to take
for some time. His church and friends
have also been long urging him to enter
the ministry, and application will be
made by his home congregation at Vinton
for a presytery to confer ordination upon
him,which will take place some time in the
mouth of March. It is thought that he
will enter the theological seminary -it
Louisville, Ky.. in October next for spe?
cial training, while work for the sum?
mer months has already been tendered
htm. Mr. Lunsford is native of Ronnoke
county, and wcs educated ai Richmond
.College. He has practiced law for about
twelve years in this city, and at. one tin c
wns prominently mentioned as judge ol
the hustings court. He is a pleasing and i
logical speaker, and his many friends in
thiscommunity believe hisenreer asn min?
uter will be n useful and successful one.
Certainly no man could enter upon such
a career under better auspices than Mr
Van Lear Bros, will sell you garden
seeds that are fresh. See ad. at bottC111
SOL SMITH RUSSELL.
The Elks of this i ity will have their an?
nual benefit on Thursday evening, Keb
j rtiary 20, having secured one of the liest
1 attractions on the road. It is safe to pre?
dict, a packed house.
Of all the stars who visit Roanoke in a
season, the coining of *Sol Smith'Russell
is always looked forward to with the
most pleasure. I Ie is without doubt tin
most natural comedian on the American
stage to day. In the character of David
Holmes in Martha Morton's new phi),
called ''A Bachelor's Romance," he is
seen at his best.' His support, this season
is excellent, every member being selected
by himself from the casts of the leading
New York theatres. The scenic accesso?
ries are elaborate, special scenery being
carried. From present indications, the
Academy will bold, on his appearance
Thursday evening, one of the largest and
most select audiences of tin season.
Osceola Lodge No. 11, K. of P.. have
arranged a most excellent programme for
their entertainment to be given 'at the
Academy next Tuesday night. Rev. .1.
Cleveland Hall wiil deliever theladdress
for the occasion, and ("apt. Frank Cun?
ningham, the sweet .singer of Richmond,
will render some of his celebrated solo-.
In addition to these attractions, Prof. A.
Irsny. of Holl ins Irstitute, pianist, Miss
Catherine Hopkins, of Hollins, eloi u
tionist; W. Walley Davis, violinist; Miss
Beckley, vocalist; the Roanoke Banjo and
Guitar Club and ^the Roauoke Machine
Works Baud will participate.
Smith Sister--Smith Sister-.
ST. JAMES ARRIVALS.
.1. w. Clark, Wytheville; K. A. Jcwkl
ner, Keysburg; W. A. McMillan, Phila?
delphia; C. Lee. 'Blacksbuig: K. M. Kos
ter, Pittsburg; W. Montgomery, Pitts
burg:,!. K Webb, Lynchbuig; II. L.
I) jut hat, Covington, Va ; .1. II. Brown,
i 11 in ton, W. Ya.:S. Bradley, Harrisbur?,
Pa,: C. W. Kscbback, Baltimore; C. B.
Crowell, i'ulaski: J. W.*Long, Williams
port, Md.; Geo. B. ^Clark, Montana; w.
II. Tnrborough, North Carolina: M. K.
Koblnsou, Buena Vista.
Smith Sisters- Smith Sisters.
9 \ ?%
r- ? c
A OA HI).
The report having been 'circulated that
the death of my brother, the late s. II.
Davis, which occurred in Lynchurg, Jan?
uary 2(5, was caused from cigarette stunk
Ing, the following certlileate explains
W. L DAVIS.
Tins is to certify that Mr. S. H. Davis
died from peritonitis. I was with him
constantly during his illness and saw no
reason to think that he had injured
bis constitution by cigarette smoking.
JNO. W. DILLAHD. M. D.
I Smith Sisters?Sn Ith Sisters.
CHICKEN THIEVES ABROAD.
Captain Hrunscotnhc reports that theie
were live chicken coops robbed^iii South?
west Roanoke last night. These robber?
ies are becoiniug right numerous in some
sections of the city.
Laugh yourself to death for 2."ie. at
First Baptist Thursday night.
PAY CAR TO WINSTON. r
The Norfolk and Western pay car left,
for Winston yesterday evening and will
pay back from Winston to Hoanoke to?
KILLED AT BEL VIEW.
Edmoud .1. Early, 11-year-old son of P.
.1. Early, who was passenger brakeman
on the Norfolk and Western railway and
is well known here, was struck by u
freight engine at Belview Monday even?
ing at 4 o'clock und died yesterday morn?
ing at 10 o'clock. The remains will he
interred at Helview tomorrow. Mr.
Eiirly's many friends here extend him
See the old lieid school at the First Bap?
tist, Thursday night.
Our Sprine Hat
Opening: Commences To-day.
Wk ixvitk vou in ski: oiMt
smaut-i.ookixg DKIMIIKS AMi
A mm x ks von tiii: ?o.mim; ska
GILKESON & TAYLOR,
T. T. FLSHBURNE'S LECTURE.
The above-named citizen will deliver
his very entertaining and instructive lec?
ture on ''Palestine'' at Greene-Memorial
Church to night. The object is to help the
Indies of this church in their noble mis?
sion work The cost, of tickets is down
to the ability of everyone, viz.. 10 cents
for adults, 111 cents for children. The con?
gregation of Greene-Memorial is urged to
attend and the public generally is most
Smith Sisters?Smith Bisters. ^
MARRIED Y ESTER DAY MORNING.
E. L. Cooper and Miss Josie Murray
were married yesterday morn I net at Da.
in , Rev. Boon olliciating. They leave
t j-day for Winston,where they will make
their future home
That special "3?h! Tooth Brush" Van
Lear Brothers guarantee is a success.
Don't forget it when you buy.
VIRGINIA PRESS ASSOCIATION.
The executive committee of the Vir?
ginia Press Assoeatiou held its annual
session at Murphy's Hotel, Richtnoml,
Va., Monday. Chas. D. Denit, of Salem,
president: .I. I.. Hart, of Farmvillc, sec?
retary-treasurer, and .1. II. Lindsay, of
Churlottesville. and A. P. Howe, of Fred
cricksburg, were present. They decided
to hold tin' next regular meeting for the
association June 22. The question ol
having the place of meeting changed to
Churlottesville was discussed.
BEHft BROS & Co. PIANOS IN Till:
Among the prominent places where the
lsehr Uros. & Co. pianos are in use is the
Waldorl Hotel, in New York, which is
perhaps the finest hotel in the world, its
cost, including ground and equipment
having aggregatetl $5,:tU0,()l)0.
Adhering strictly to the resolve that
nothing but wlia* was beyond r i nest ion
the best should lind II place within the
walls of this palatial structure, the man?
agement selected the instruments of
Chtckertng & Sons. Bthr Bros. & Co.,
and Stein way ?v Sons, as the highest
types of the piano-maker's an.
Behr Bros. ,v Co. furnished .live up?
rights in Louis XV style, finished in
white and gold, lot the most sumptuous
apartments, the bridal chambers. A cut.
of one of these instruments Is shown in a
new catalogue just issued.
Intending purchasers who may not be
familiar with the distinguished reputa?
tion borne by the Behr Bros, fc Co.
pianos may rest assured 'that the inst rn
ments of a house whose pianos have been
selected to grace this palace hotel of the
world may safely lie relied on to satisfy
the most discriminating taste of critical
How did they teach "Skille" fifty years
ago? See tor 2."?c. First Baptist Thursday
WAIN WRIGHT ESCAPES.
Yesterday morning while [court was in
session Hurry Wainwright, who was in
jail for breaking in the store of Thomp?
son-Price Co., made his escape. The pris?
oners were tin ted loose in the corridor so
that they could be brought into tin- court
room quickly, and Wainwright decended
into the cellar, evidently".on the lookout
for a mode of escape. The trap over tin
hole through which the coal was put Into
the cellar was unlocked and he easily
raise.I it and from then- made his escape.
As soon as it was learned that he had
escaped, which was only a few moments
afterwards, the police were on his trail,
but iate last night had not succeeded in
VanLear Bros., Salem avenue and
Jefferson street, bundle Buist's garden
seeds and you can depend upon I heir be?
ing fresh and reliable.
ike The Ow
I0X SEEDS that you know to be fresh
i la the ilrai season wo havn handled gar
w?? have are perfectly fresh. A full lino
I Onlj by Graduates in Pharmacy."
-T-K -5,?,^ PHARMACIST:!,
LJ..-L.V? JL 59 :\-sn . J i e. St.
Mr. Payne's Report on the Late
Commissioner^ rchcr L. Payne has just
completed the statement of the Koanoke
Trust, Loan ami Safe Deposit Company.
The decree ti> have the report made was
ordered at the November teiut of the
court, and Attorney Payne has had three
months of hard, unceasing labor in get
ting it UP. The whole report is bound in
a neat volume, and contains 2:S7 pages.
This includes depositions, etc. The re?
port itself contains ICO closely written
The report contains thirty-five pieces
of real estate, Improved and unimproved,
with specific liens and taxes thereon.
Most of is unencumbered except with
It also includes a li.-t of bills receiva?
ble, notes, stocks, bonds, coupons, insur?
ance, premiums, overdrafts ami bank fur?
niture and fixtures ready to be distributed
upon order of court.
The value of the assets is not attempted
to be given, being a matter impossible to
he accurately ascertained and as not be?
ing within the seope of the commis?
The commissioner next gives a state?
ment of the liabilities of the~bank. After
deciding that two or three small claims
should be paid in full as being in the
nature of trust funds in the possession
of the bank, the commissioner determines
the priori! it-s of the claims of the cred?
itors of th.-bank to be in the order fixed
in the deed of assignment.
In the first class are included Jail cred?
itors by certificate of deposit or open ac?
count, aggregating with interest to .Tune
13, 180?, $212,108.50.
Tin; second class embraces all debts of
others upon which the Unanoke Trust,
Loan and Safe Deposit Company is guar?
antee or endorser, amounting to $510,.
As to whether or not these accounts
will actually constitute a liability upon
the trust fund is a matter which the
court will be called upon to determine
It is safe to predict, however, that in
most. Instances the real estate upon which
these guaranteed debts are also secured
rvill prove sufficient for the satisfaction
of the liabilities so far Jts the trust com?
pany is concerned.
It is also understood that by far the
greater pori ion of these debts are own jd
by A. M. and W. M. Fuller, of Philadel?
phia, who are stockholders in the com?
pany, and under the charter of the com?
pany all the debts due to stockholders
an- postponed until all other debts of the
coinpauy are satisfied.
The third ami last, class includes all
claims of creditors who are also stock?
holders, l lie amount of which actllllllv
due is $21, |7:Ul.
After iving Oled the commissioner's re?
port has i,i remain ten days in the cleik's
office for the purpose of giving oppor?
tunity to any persons interested to file ex?
ceptions to il, should they desire to do so,
before the court can act upon it. Tin
case Is sei lor hearing for February 20, he
forq Judge Du pity, of ''"' circuit court,
who will probably render a decision at
the present term.
Spring Hats aiWalterS. Langdon's
VIRGINIA CARRIAGE CO.
We sell direct to the consumer, and in
order to further introduce our work we
have decided to sell twenty, and twenty
only, of our top buggies. Our regular
si;."! leather ipuirter top buggy for $52.50.
Oui- regular $00 leather quarter top bug?
gy for $50. We iuv ile you to call and ox
amine our stock. Come at once or you
i will be too late. We also call attention
in tin-fuel that we are headquarters for
i nil kinds of repair work. All work guar?
Terms cash. Yours respectfully,
VIRGINIA CA II HI AGE CO.
Roaur.ke, Feb. 10, 1807;
Virginia Carriage Co.. City.
hear Sirs: In reply to your inquiry
w ould say that we have used ten or twelve
of your buggies in our liver) business
, during the past year and they have given
iplcttdid satisfact ion. We jhnve not bad
five cents worth of repairs done oil the
entire lot. We expect to c ittlunc to use
your work as long as you keen up the
pr.nt standard. Yours respectfully,
W. 11. HORTON.
See those special bargains in shoes at
Mangus \- Pnynter's; never such bar?
gains on the Roanoke market.
Owing to the present location ol the
Webb Shoe house being too small for the
large stock tin y will in future carry,
they will occupy the new building ad
joining 101 Salem avenue, where they
trill open the largest and most varied
stock of hoots and shoes'ever carried in
Roanoke. In order to reduce their pres
, nl -lock they will for thirty days sell at
greatly reduced prices at 15 Salem avenue
the stock now on hand. This i- a rare
opportunity for those who want good
goods at the lowest price., glich can be
DON'T FAIL To SEE
Those beautiful -teil cm..ravings thai
we are giving away for twenty wrappers
of Crystal Spring or Magic City Soap. |
Ask your grocer and he will show them
to you. Write your name and address
plainly ami mail with Hie wiappers to
tin-Crystal Spring Soap Co.. Roanoke,
WF. SELL CLEAN
C( t.VL. all kinds Prices
$2.00, *:!.75, $1.00, $1.20,
$1.50, *:..(io and $8.00
per ton, Also pine ami
FAR MAN & FLIPPO,
'Phone 0*-. 108 Salem Avenue.
New York Sun :'?' cents a mouth. Sun?
day Worlds, Journals and llerabls for $
cents. Full line of magazine-, periodi?
cal-, cigars, tobacco, books, stationery
and candy. llol'CROl?'!".-. No. '.
A nice valentine would be that face <?(
yours. We make one dozen for 00 cent-.
Nice ones, too. St. Louis Portrait Com?
pany, 15 1- Salem ave,
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS!
If yon want to get pleut) of egg- usi
Pratt's Poultry Food, A guaranteed egj
producer, EASTER FEED CO.
W. K. ANDREWS & CO.,
Coal dealers, 210 Salem nvehhe, can
furnish you PINE, OAK AND HICK
i i::y WOOD.
Vou may know their teams by tin
206 Commerce Street.
The Spring Season is Fairly
on at Our Store.
Dress Goods. Silks! Silks
Of Novelties In Priestley's
Dress Fabrics for Spring.
Everybody knows the products of this
celebrated English Manufacturer as be?
ing tbe very best and most durable
Blaok Goods made in the world.
Priestley's Etamlne and Wool Canvas
Priestley's Novelties in Wool fignrcs.
Great Lines of the New Checked
Materials for Skirts.
27 inch Leoo Checks in Shopherd
Plaid effects?full range of shades at
30 Inch wide Shephord checkB at 25c.
30 inch wide all-woul Novel lick, great
range ot styles at 25c.
38 inch wide Shepherd Checks, very
fino pretty cloth at 89o yard.
40 inch wide extremely stylish wide
Checks for Skirts at 50c
See the assortments.
We are Showing Great line?
of New Silks. !n Black Silks:
24-incb Heavy Plack Satin Ducht 3?
at75c the yard. Worth 81.
22- lnoh very tine Bustlo TafTeia Sll'ic
at 59c; worth 75c
84-lrjch wide Black Armure Siik at
75c; worth SI.
23- lnoh wido Black Peau do Sc; > S.'.:<
at 75:; worth SI.
Creat line of Plain and P (pared Taf
fe*a Silks, all newly oponea, at sp< a vi
IKIllS INDS 8F
Two casus 4*4 Andrcscoggln Bleached 1
Cotton at Go yard.
Two oadHB Fruit cf Hacm Bleached
Cotton at i'. ~-jC yard.
10 pieces Prlue of the West Cotton at
10c tbe yard.
One case Lonsdaln Cambric at 11c the
yard ? genuine article, first quality.
15 pieces 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting
at 14c the yard.
15 pieces good quality 42 inches wide
l'illow Case Cotton at He.
Excellent quality it I Bleached Sheet?
ing, tbo 25c grade at 20c the yaru.
One oaae tndigo Blun Prints, full
puces? best quality at l the yard.
Turkey Rtd Figured CalidB at i: the
Way Below Peal Value,
Going Fast. Here are
the Different Goods:
2.000 yards of India l.iaon in 1 Mi 1
Ends," worth s3 yard, at only 5c tard.
2.000 yardn of hotter quality, wonu
10c yard, at tic yard.
2.000 yards of better .itiality. wj;.h
12Ho, at So yard
2,000 yards of better quality, wor*h
180 yard, at 10c yard.
2,000 yards ot better quality, worth
20c yard, at 13Xe yard.
2 "i00 yards of a full yard wide Pir
cale?beautiful new s;ylea for apriti.: at
Sc yard?worth lue.
5,000 yards good quality Apron
checked Gingham at I: yaid.
25 plcceB finest i|uality t)r<-*s Ging?
hams In noat etfects for ohlldreu'S
drnsses at 10c, worth UKc
15 pieces New Outing Flannels a*. !Cc,
the 12He grade.
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH.
101 SALEM AVENUE.
We Are SBlline Mi Tiiaa Any House in Koanoke.
AT ir>?- - Violet bouquet!", with foliage
Large bur che? of violet* with leaves
cli<e>vhere U5c; here lfle
si'kciai. LOT of handsome Violate,
larite tiuactiet with leaven, regular HOC
Large bunches ot hnoor'cd Violets with
lc.vc*. reRiibir |irlce 29c, this week ... IBe
\ I old - three do/en In bunch at. . .??c
Fine Velvet Vlolete, Inrcc dozen In a
Silk Violet Bouquets with Collage at il&c
New French Flowers.
Choice collection ot high grade
silk ami Velvet Kosea, rink*.
i'opples. Urranl.inie, Hilda and
lar^c variety of Pol?
10c to $1,98
Fine Line of Ribbons
At a Great Reduction.
Extra Offerings in Veilings,
a great purchase sor* on mle tbte week
of -KX) pierce, of all the latent artl |irettleet
aurtsin Iuiported Novelty Veilings, com
prising Chenille, Tuxedo, Flab Net, Calla?
borders? i>er yaid from U'c upward.
lllacK Kleb Net Veiling in a number of
new and rieh ileeii;np These Vetlicg^
until now were told for 'J5 eents. There
w ill be great selling here toll week, for
the price ie, per yard.io?
Klne Chenlle Close-Spotted Veiling, tn
alt color* aud black, the regular 13c
i|ual!lT,w!ll be enli here this week tor.per
If it Is a better .|iia!itv of Chenlle Veiling
you are looking (nr. we are able to please
Our 16c Chenlle Veilings are the verv
tlnejt line* otx.-iiiiatile. You may h:iy
lhem In either ?Ingle or double width.
To those who appreciate I le magnitude
and wort lit illness <>t it-1*, oirering apfi
1 sonal Inspection is necessary. This werk
i per yard.35c
Ail silk Itlack Satin and (IrosUraln Rib
1 ltn-h wide, 5c.
l.S " 8c.
?> ?? inc.
:i Inches wiile, 16c.
.1* ?? >8c.
1S " Mc
si::. Blark Double-faced "-at in Ribbon,
cariy 8,1 On > urus, at the.-o pricee:
Mi Id. wide,He -i\ In. wide S5c
2 " tic 4.S, " We.
4Sj " ^ 17r. l.S, ?? 35c.
:\ " 2tC. 5 3'lc.
SOfl nieces ?>r No. 10 pure silk.
Sit n and (Sro* iir:iiu Ribbons, all trip
shades, at, per yari!. I Uli
A io No, W,tamoiktndof Ribbon, |2'q
Kiruant Hue All Silk Uluck TaiT-Ma
Ribbon,*. Inches wide, w.s- S7\c. 2Qq
SCO piece? of llaby Klbbon in all color.-<aiid
a'l silk In t'lrot edge or In plain satin at
'. C B yard all you want.
SI k Cream and Black l.aee, 1 t
inches wide. wa? :r.'c to 5Sc, at
MH> yanl* S, wing Silk
lolora, at .
Vrlllnit. ill :
A loll line of Mourning Face Vellltitt,
with ? rape border, at a great reduction
Mourning Nun's Veiling.
We imt oi, Mal? a fprcial purchase of
Mou'nl?,e V?l|s)4t figure* much below the
All have woven borders.
51-luch Icing, previous price $3.60,
reduced to..... ?3,'jfi
. s.'.' 00
54-1,'ch l?ne. regalar price 11.75,
reduced to. ^l.'.'S
Wp hav* alto made hie reduction* in
.?> -? Mlk ki.iI S. u Wart. .Mourning
51 inch long, pr?v:oln> pric
let ornament-, BuckW
I I il OotU
tu trl.46, all go at . 10c
Immense lotc-f Fancy Keath
ilmoat iverfihiug known to
.klnirdoni clearing price c^q
e n few cloaks left front onrlrrse ?nil feleet stock.
? u want a GOOD Cloak for h little bit of n?6n?y
Pitliis Royal is ilie plnce income.
"Sr; PALAIS ROYAL
\ 101 Salem