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I KOANOKE PUBLISHING CO.,
PUBLISH E1W AND PHOPKIICI'OHS,
133 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W.
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In the death of Alphonse Daudet,
France loses'one of her most popular
writers of fiction and of drama. Through
translations some of his works have he
come *?s well-known to American readers
as those of George Sand or the younger
The defeat or tho anti-football bill will
enable lovers of the game tn pass the hol?
idays without having a gloom thrown
over them, knowing that for two yearn at
least their battles may be waged on Vir?
ginia soil, and no cognizance taken of it
by tho authorities. Now let the rules of
the game be so modified as to remove all
reason forllcgish t ion upon it in the fu?
The "bold-up" on Thursday on the Big
Four railroad near Boren, Ohio, snows
that Western outlawry, emboldened by
success, is moving eastward. Should the
state of affairs continue iu train robber?
ies that have marked the present year, it
will ba necessary aPer awhile for every
train to become a moving arsenal, and foi
every passenger to travel with a repeat?
ing rille by his tide.
The Daily Pies?, of Danville, Va., is?
sued by Messrs. Bailie and Smith, is a
new venture in journalism, but has old
newspaper hands at the head of it, which
will guarantee its beim* an up-to-date
sleet. Of both these gentlemen we have
most pleasant personal recoollectlons
when they were editing the Bnena Vista
Advocate and the Pocahootas Headlight,
respectively. The Times extends cordial
wishes for the success of the Press.
McClure's Magazine foi January will
contain tho first of a series of articles by
Herbert E. Hamblen describing, from
fifteen years1 personal experience, the
daily li'e and disasters of a railroad work?
man. Mr. Hamblen is the anthor ot "On
Many Seas," a record of his own sailor
adventures aud ex periences that has had
a great side. He knows tho life of the
railroad as thoroughly as he knows the
life of the sea, and his forthcoming pa?
pers cannot fail to be Interesting. The
first will trive his experiences as a brake
man in the yard and ou the road. The
papers will be illustrated with drawings
for life by W. D. Stevens.
The resolution offered in the house by
Mr Koikes, of Kichmond, to have the !
text books of the Slate printed In Vir- !
giuia, may not he feasible from a finan
cia' standpoint, but one of the reasons
given by Mr. Koikes for the resolution is
worthy of consideration, viz.. his hope
that it might act as an incentive to the
public scho(.l teachers of Virginia to ,
write text bouks. Situated its they now '
are, with text hooks in use written for :
the most part In the North and printed j
outside the State, it is almost an Impos?
sibility for a Virginia teacher to secure
recognition in this field of work. And
yet we have here in our own State
It is Foul Blood's Advertise?
But It is Soon Cured by Hood's
Yes, Scrolula, if anything,may bo called
the advertisement of foul blood. It is the
scourge of the world?offensive, painful,
debilitating, stubborn and well nigh
Outward applications do not cure, they
only drive the difliculty to new quart .
Emollients may palliate, they cann
abolish tho evil. There is but one sure
way out, nnd that is to eliminate tiio
taint from the blood.
There is one remedy I hat enn effect t his,
nnd it is tho only one that, no far ns \vc
know, has almost invariably succeeded ?
?ven where the system has been poisoned
by long years of taint, and the ravages to
be repaired arc tremendous. That remedy
Is nood's Sarsaparilla. Rend this:
"My daughter was afflicted with im?
pure blood. Thero were running sorts
nli over her body and they caused her
much suffering. Wc tried medicines that
were recommended as blood puriliers,
but could not see t bat they did any good.
A friend told mc about Hood's Sarsnpp.
rilla and I began giving tho girl this med?
icine. The result was that she was per?
fectly cured after taking a few boltlcs.
Sho has had no symptoms of scrofula
sores since that time." Marietta M.
Smith, South Middleboro, Mass.
lfl the best?I? fact die One True Wood Purifier.
Jnstat upon Boon's; take no substitute.
^H^rirl'e Pille ,,ct harmoniously with
^ilOOU S flll9_nood.'8.Sarsaparilla.
teachers of ripe experience and broad cul?
ture, with mental gifts equal to tho?-e of I
nuy of Northern teachers, who are prnc- j
tlcnlly burred from tin opportunity to
display their talents. Were Virginia to
print her own text boobs we are sure
that it, would not l>c long before we could
have many of them edited by our own
teachers. One of the most popular text
books ever put on tho market?Maury's
Physical Geography?was'written by a
Virginian, and that there are lying latent
dorjucant in the brains of cur teachers
materials for oilier works equally as
good, we de ubt not.
The Democratic caucus of the House of
Representatives held on Thursday shows
a determination to force the hand of the
Republican party. Its rcstlution to^re
sist ail efforts to retire greenbacks, cou?
pled With another resolution favoring the
recognition of belligereucy.iu" Cuba.'will
put tho onus 01 these popular "measures
upon the (Republican party. There is to
th y no subject of Congressional legisla
tlou so near the hearts^of the American
people as the aid'ug in some way of
Spanish-tortured Cuba, and the general
election next fall will show that "the
country endorses .the action the Demo?
crats have taken. Prominent Republi?
cans are beginning to censure Mr. Mc?
Kinley for the dilatoriness of ;his action
on the question, wisely forecasting the
effect it w ill have upon the party next
fall; whilst Tammany's subscription of
$20,000 a few days ago to the Cuban
cause indicates a disposition to hedge, in
order to be on the popular >ide when the
proper lime comes.
THE IKON* INDUSTRY.
In a recent article in "the Chattanooga
Times there appears an article which,
without undertaking to~review the pro?
gress of the iron industry during the
ante-bellum days takcs'up 'the industry
from the time of its revival, about 1S70,
and traces it dowu to the present time.
Sorre eight Southern St.ttes are given
as manufacturers of pig iron,and of these
the principle ones ?re Alabama and the
two Virginias. The cnpual employed in
18715 was ?5,400,000, but iu 181)1) it had
leaped from t hose'figures up to ?22,000,
000. This same rate about represents the
value of the output.
The actual number of plants in opera?
tion in ISSO is shown to be less than that
of 1873,but this Is more than compensat?
ed for by the increased capital employed
and by the valuation of the output. The
same ar'icle, iu referring to the manufa
tnre of steel, shows that in 18S0 there
were but few plants in existence, but in
1800, there wute thirty-live plants iu ac?
tual operation, the capital employedjjng
If figures mean anything, the above
showing as set forth prove very conclu?
sively thai the South is no longer to be
looked upon merely as a cotton producer,
but that she has entered the contest for
recognition as the producer ot that of
which lor a long time the "North has had
a monopoly. The prevailing low prices
of iron at ".the present has caused a cor?
responding slacking up of its production,
but when increased demand shall raise
tin;se prices it .will he found ^thut the
South'from the impetu a already received
will lind herself occupying a still stron?
ger positiou in the manufacturing world.
TO EVERY MAN HIS WORK.
From the time when Hod created man
and placed him in the Garden of Eden,
on down through succeeding ages to the
present hour, the countless millions who
have peopled our earth hi?ye each en
tered upon life with a specific, well de?
fined sphere which he WS! to (ill, or leave
to bo forever unfilled.
Nor that the man whom a gr?at destiny
might have awaited has always been the
out: to reali/.e it. The opportunity may
have been given but not seized; the mo?
ment passed, leaving only, a blank,which
could uot be filled in the. sane manuer
or to the same degree by any other of all
earth's inhabitants. In line, man's woik
is individual in its character.
The external world will furnish us
something analogous to this, lor it would
seem to be a principle underlying tbe
grand economy of the universe that the
forces which go , to make, up its mighty
machinery should have some special
office assigned to each, and upon the. per
forma nee or non-pcrtorinance of tho du?
ties thus imposed depends for it- result
the einciency of the work done.
Let. ns tut, however, make the mistake
of measuring results by the forces em?
ployed in producing them. The little
cloud th*,t goes floating by on a summer's
day may be but upon n mission, upon the
fulfillment of which rests the fate of a
continent. The throbbing, pulsing tides
of ocean, as they ebb and How. are each
doing a work which no other of nature's
forces, however potent,could accomplish.
The fate of that oneJJlittle star, glimmer?
ing sc> faintly in the far-oil firmament,
one might think of little moment when
compared with the blazing sapphires,
wheeling and Hashing about it. ^o long
as it keeps the pathless track assigned it,
all is well, ami baitnony and order are
preserved; hut let. it i,vnry but a hair's
breadth from the path of its orbit and
tbts equipoise of a planetary system is
pi.iced in jeopardy. Anil thus we might
pass from forcu to force, throughout the
realm of nature, and wa ".would discover
that thu Btnal'est atom in it is doing
what it, and it alone, could do.
And so it is with man's persona' work.
When taken alone its performance or
non-performance may seem a matter of
little significance, bnt taken in connec?
tion with tho work of thosu around him
what a inighty]| factor it then becomes!
You Can't Keep a Boy in
We have some shoes tbnt will
keep the "BOYS IN SHOES"
" and they don't cost much either.
Try at pair $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
Remember our special sale of
ladies' shoes iroing on'this week.
nolle Sie Co.,
How few of us ever realize the fearful re?
sponsibility of our mission ou earth I Mr.
Webster was once asked, what to him
was the greatest problem ever "presented
for solution, und the man whoso massive
intellect hail grappled with some of the
gravest questions of "state that have ever
confronted our nation, replied without a
moment's nesitntton: ."My own personal
responsibility to n y Maker." And this
was but another way of saying, "the
conscientious discharge of duties which
I, and I alone, can perform." Every day
of our lives Bees some new duty confront
us, but does its close always see it per?
formed. Duty implies obligation. Were
there no such thing as obligation, there
could*.be no such thing as duty. Now,
from the very nature of our surround?
ings, as we have said before, there are
certain duties restiug upon each of us
which we only can perform. It is true
that the nature of these duties is as
different as Hie character "of men "them?
selves: but once let a man feel that he has
a specific work to"*perform, "and then it
behooves him to do that work with all
tho energy and power of his being. It
may not always be pleasant of perform
nnce: but let him persistently refuse to
do it, and he mav so .?iunt liis'petcep
tive faculties as finally to fail to recog
oi/.e any obligation whatever n>'m resting
upon him. It is this failure to recognize
personal responsibilities that has Oiled
the world with character less nonentities.
It is the earnest conviction of personal
work to be doue that has given I he world
its mea of true greatness and worth.
1 hen.if we h ive not always doi.e so, li t
US cast about us and see what part of
this busy world's work is o'irs: let US see
for what our gifts and talents best lit us:
and having done this, let whatever we
' And to do, be done with our might.
AMERICAN COIN COMING.
London, Dec. IS.?About, ?102,000 In
I gold United States coin were withdrawn
, from the Hank of England to day. The
coin is intended for shipment to the Urii
i ted States.
! FIRE IN LAFAYETTE COLLEGE.
Easton, Pa.; Dec. IS.?A lire started at
5%o'clock t his morning and raged for three
i hours in Pnrdee Hall, one of the hand
soruest bnildlugs ot Lafayette College.
Firemen stopped the Harnes at the east
wail of the main building, saving tho
lateral wing and the east end. All the
rest of the .structure was gutter?. The
loss is 6ver $80,000. 'the insurance is
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY YEr.
W. M. Repine, editor Ti?kilwa, 111.,
"Chief,'' says: "We won't keep house
without Dr. King's New Discovery tor
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Ex?
perimented with many others, but never
got the true remo.ly until we used Dr.
Kleg's New Discovery. No other remedy
can take its place in our home, as iu it
we hive, a certain and sure cure for
Coughs, Col ls. Whooping Cough, etc."
Jt i? idle to experiment with other reme?
dies, oven if they are urged on you as
just asgood as nr. King's New Discovery.
They are not as good, because this rem?
edy has a recoord of cures and besides it
is guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy.
Trial bottles free at Massie's Pharmacy.
OTHERS COMING TO ROANOKE.
The number who are coming to our
city at the opening of the new yeai, to
enter the National Business College, will
probably be double the number of any
previous years. Students of this and
other States,having heard of the financial
success of tho National Business College
students, are coming to us to complete a
business course; though it takes a little
longer tc graduate than the time adver
ti.-ed by most schools, they much prafer
the education that will stand tho test,
hence, good judgment In them.
Students wtilling tho practical educit
tii>n tbnt helped their frieuds, Messrs. A.
and lb, to gut gooil salaiies.can get it bv
entolUng at the Business College.
Parents, if you want jto ease the ex?
pense of your son and daughter, send
them to us, and after t'?ey have com?
pleted their work with us, ".they w ill bo
an Income of $25 to $fi"j per mnni h instead
of an expense of from $10 to ?10. The
students who come to us "are well disci?
plined, and the outcome is satisfactory.
Patronize this school.
Doll Rabies and Toys, new and cheap
Gravatt's Fair, 0 Balem avenue.
Oysters by the pint , quart or gallon at
A FEW CHRISTMAS DON'TS
Which May Serve us Timely Little Re?
Don't put oft' till to-morrow what you
can do to-day, for tho lust few days he
fore Christmas briug their own Interests
and things bought in n hurry uro never
Don't shop after 5 o'clock if you can
possibly avoid it, or latu in the vvehina,
as the most untiring salespeople alive
will weary after hours of strain.
Don't give u book to h young girl or
boy just because you think tbey should
be fond of rending.
Don't glvo your jwife 'somethi ng sho
needs for the house or your husband u.
lamp or a chair because it wotdd help to
furnish tho sitting room.
Don't forget to put aside enough money
for your servants,your wash-woman,etc.,
uuti! you have spent most of it and there
is almost nothing left for them.
Don't be a bit ashamed to glvo with all
your heart tho little things you can
alTord rather than with anxiety bestow
the dear ones that exhaust your purse.
Dou'tshop with wrinkled forehead and
care-worn face as if .the giving of gifts
was au intolerable boro.
Don't glv?j only where you expect a le
turu or wonder whether you will be sup?
posed to buy something for "A. B. or C.
Tho spirit of Christ mbn lies in the loving
and the giving?never In the receiving.
Don't think of yourself ,at nil, if you
can help it just now, but study your
family and friends from their point of
view and then plan your Christmas treat
accordingly. A little thing that one
wants Is woith a dozen 'that we do not
Don't, rush in and out of the stores as
if Saint Nicholas was a foul (lend and
was after you; if looking and choosing
and buying is not a joy go home and re?
fuse to spend one hour upon it until it
gets its normal pleasure~back agiau.
Don't overload your Christmas ?reo
just because there are so many pretty
things at hand, it spoils tbe~rich effect
of the greens ir they are suffocated with
- Don't forget that Christmas is emphat?
ically the children's high festival und
that they have'the right to be wholly
glad once a year.
Don't fuss, don't huiry, don": worry,
don't fret. Christmas In s come and gone
many times and will come and go again.
Dont' do one siugio thing, ther% for at
least two weeks that will jar you ln*o
forgetting that it wns the birthday of
paace and good-will.
WOULD PLEASE THE POPE.
Salisbury Asked to Obtain Cardinal
Yaughan's Ado ission to the Lords.
London, Dec IS.?A dispatch to the
Chronicle fIom Koine says that Vatican
ofliclals connrm the report that the Duke
of Norfolk, the British postmaster gen?
eral, has approached Prime Minister Sal?
isbury with a view to obtaining the ad?
mission of Cardinal Vaugbail into the
house of lords. The admission of the
cardinal would greatly pietist the pope.
MAJOR HANDY'S ILLNESS.
Washington. Dec. IS.?Maj. Moses P.
Handy, commissioner ?pf'the Paris exon
sitlon, is reported to be III a very critical
conditiou to day, and will be unable to
lale any further part in the exposition.
He is MilTViiog from a disehfe of the
THE ALLIANCE RELEASED.
Washington, Dec. 18.?A telegram re?
ceived at the State Department to-day
from Caracas,states tVeAlliance ha?becn
It-leastd. She has been seized for alleged
violation of the loail regulation.
AN' ARKANSAS TRAGEDY.
Little Kock. Dec. IS.?Last night John
Patterson, a Clinton county farmer was
killed by two robbers, who knocked Mrs.
Patterson senseless, and badly mt be-r
sou. Two suspects have been nriested.
CUBAN POLICY ENDORSED.
Madrid, Dec. 18.--Preinier Sngasta, In
an interview to day, reitei?ted his for- j
mer statement that be is entirely satisfied
with ihe attitude of the Washington gov- '
erument towards Spain.
CATLETT FOR JUDGE.
Richmond, Va., Deo. 1S. ?The Demo?
cratic emeus last, night, nominated
Charles Callett for the county judge of
Gloucester over M .Taliaferro, a son of
Ren. W B. Taliaferro. The case of
Judge Turnbull, of Brunswick, the cau?
cus decide-d in effect, must be investiga?
HOW rO PREVENT PNEUMONIA.
At this time of the year a cob' is very
easily contracted, and if lefr to run its
conrse without the aid of nomo reliable
cough medicine is liable to result in that
dtead disease, pneumonia. We know of
no better remedy to cure ii cough or cold
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We
have use It qui to extensively and Ith as
aiways given entire satisfaction.?Olagah,
Ind. Ter., Chief
This is the only remedy that is known |
to be a certain preventive of pneumonia, j
Among the many thousands who have I
used L lor colds and la grippe, we have j
never yet learned of a single case having i
resulted in pneumonia. Persons who !
have weak lungs or have reason to fear an j
attack of pneumonia should keep the
remedy at band. The '2~> ami ?d cent sizes
for sab by II. C. Barnes, "hi; puts up I
preserif t ions.
f fit STS8EIIT
I HEB I Sin11
*Jii B 29 8 Ml.
'To Any Roliable K/lan.
Marrclonn iii>|illnnco nr.d ono month's remedies
of raro power will bo eont on trlul, wUhwt any
advune* jxiynu /..*, i.r tho f?romo?i company in i tie
world In tie) treatment ot tuen weal:, broken, dis?
couraged from affect! of OXCMSCS, v.nrry, over
vorn, &o. Happy man l- go tcoarod, complete roa
inrationor development of oil robuet condition*.
The time of thla offer is limited. No c. o. i>.
tchomoi no deception! m> cx?"Mire. Addretq
ERIE EviEOICAl C0..WS&*?:'
J. W. Boswe
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
110$ Jefferson St., Roanokej Va.
Money to Loan
-Foi the Lynchbnrg Perpetual
liui'.iling and Loan Co.
Special Prices en E'lusla
Our leadership in this regairi is
unquestioned. It's only necessary
for us to nnnounco special prices to
crowd our Cloak Department.
There are some strand bargains in
waiting for yon to-day at the Palais
Heavy Rouclo Capes, full sweep,
Silk lined and interlined, pleats
and Fur trimmed, worth f-1, at
Ret tor ami Heavier Boucle Cloth
Capes, longer and wider, made
otherwise exactly tlie same way,
worth $o.(JS, at
Extia Qtiulitv Boucle Cloth
Capos, longer still, and of immense
sweep, double Watteau, warmly
Interlined and Fur trimmed, worth
Plush Capes of jaunty length
and very full sweep, heavy Silk
lined and embroidered, b'ur edge
oil collar and fronts,worth $0.08, at
Finer Plush Canes, more elab?
orately embroidered, Botin lined
and interlined, Fur trimmed?a
special bargain at
Seal Plush Capes, all over braid,
ed, double Watteau back, anil
edged all around Ivith Fur.
IiOng Seal Plush Capes, hand
somely^ornnmeuted with braid and
jet, pleated back and Kur trim?
med, anywhere else $10; hero
Imported Seal Plush Tapes, beau?
tifully braided and embroidered,
Silk lined and padded and lined
with pure silk, never sold under
$12. This sale's special price,
SjMM-i;js Coat Bargains.
Don't think because prices arc low
that the qualities are inferior. On
the contrary, we know that these
values uro so magnificent that
words don't do them justice. 1 We
leave it. to you to judge that wo are
claiming nothing but what's so,
and you'll lind that we've all that
is chilii.i-d at the Palais Royal. .
I.ailu s' Rich, Stylish Astrakhan
Coal-, ail hall Satin lined, worth
$7.50. This sale's special price
Imported Velour Capes, pure
Silk linings- handsomely embroid?
ered, Watteau back, front and col?
lar trimmed with Thibet or Real
Skunk Pur, never sohl under $10.
This s.lie's special price.
We have the finest Imported
Kersey Capes, Watteau back, large
collar and fronts trimmed with
finest Thibet Fur.
For an extra fine, dressy Cape
we recommend a similar Caps to
above, lined throughout with linest
Black Kersey Cloth Capes, full
sweep, good length, a regular $o
Ladies' Fine Tailor-mndo Ker.sey
Coats, swell'ami stylish $.8 gar?
ments, all half Satin lined. This
sale's special prico
Lndich' Real .Persian Lamb Sa?
tin lined Coats, worth $10]any day.
This sale's special price
Ladies' Real Imported English
Kersey Coats, fashioned witii New
London backs, and finished with
strap scams, sold for $12 every?
where. This sale's special price
Ladies' Imported Coats, made ct
Extra Fine Cheviots, all Putin
lined. This sale's special price
Astrakhan'"Cloth, shield front,
Storm collar, half lined,
iiest. Close Curl Boucle Con If
bright, lustrous Black, newest rolj
collar, 'ly front, half lined
Extra Heavy Camel's Hail Vi?
cuna Cloth I,oats, storm collar,
deep, dnuhlc-bronMed fly fronts;
sold eisen here at $10: sin Hal at
Best Silk Seal Plush Capes.braid
trimmed, wide sweep; would be a
bargain at $8; here only
Handsome Seal Plush Capes, jet
and braid trimmed, can't be bought
under $10, here only
Chlldtcn's and Misses' jackets at.
$2.o0, $Jt, $1, >-'?. and $0, fully '-'?*>
percent, under rcgnlar value.
Xllliiitcry Nearly ?'n
Tin- sweeping and unsparing
slaughter <<\ our entire slock of
our Trimmed Huts, Cut rimmed
Hats, Feat! ers, Tips, Ribbons,
Velvets aud TilmmiugB of all
kinds now in force. If there is
anything in the line of Hendwear
that you need you will get it here
now at positively one-third and
one-half wholesale cost?and wTat
Is more, every dollar's worth of
goods in our immense stock repre?
sents strictly this season's styles
aud product ions. Drop in upon us
to-day and we will surprise you
with tho grandest bargains von
have ever seen offered in Millinery
at this time of any year.
Hats trimmed freu of charge.
FREE-To every Cash Pur
chaser of $10 worth of goods
we give a water color or cray?
on portrait free,
STORK OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
M. 1MOORSKY, Proprietor.
?08S NOt Say He sells the best Coal, Wood arid Coke iu the city.
US DOCS Sajfj However, that the fuel daily leaving his yard ennnot he excelled
in any particular. ,
He Says Further , To give him a trial and learn thai he promises nothing that
he does not fu'.lill.
I'plowii Olliec :
(?round Floor ('oniDierciul
'I'lione, InlerMlnte 31.
\ nrd nnd (llllcc :
net ion Ciiiii|>liell unit Norfolk
Splendid 8-room residence, Jefferson
street, $3,500; $5U0 cash, ?~t) per'month.
Property renting (or $18 per month.
7- room residence, Eighth avenue,
Terrys Mill, near Jefferson street,
$3,800; $600 cash, $35 per month.
8- room house, Sixth avenue s. w.,
$1,500; $50 cash, 1 ?"> per month.
Ono of the Lest houses in the southeast,
on Wheat street, near Dale avenue,
$1,300. Terms to suit purchasers.
8-room residence, host, location, Ta/e
well avenue, only $900; $70 cash, $l'-2 per
(i-room house, Dale avenue s. o., near
school building, $750; $50 cash, $10 per
If you are we can lielj> you.
If you want to buy we have
sonic choice properties at very
low prices on very easy terms.
8-room residence, Seventh avenue n. 0.,
$800; $8 cash, $S per month. Nothing
more than rent.
A cosy cottage, Northeast Roaooke,
?I rooms, largo lot, nice shade, good
stable, newly papered, only $800; $35
cash, $5 per mouth. Now renting for
4-room cottage, Uoror avenue s. w.,
large lot. beaut iful shade, will make any
small family a desirable home. Worth
$800. Wo now offer It for only $535; $10
cash, balance about rent, per month.
Vacant lots In all parts of the' city at.
your own price.
If you desire to own a homo in Roan
oke call and talk with us, as we can tell
you'iuiy thing that Is for_sale iu the city.
ELLIS BROS, 104 Jslrson Street.
KM JEFFEKSON STRFFT.
? N'ATK KAb EXCHANGE PANK BUILDING.