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VOLUME III NUMBER 82
Htable and of the liducah
Transfer company this moriiltitr
Till tiro forms one of a series of
llastroiis nanus In laducah recently
The transfer slflDie wn dlscoered
irtuiize at 4 30 oclock this morning
It was tho new headquarters for the
company and was well fitted up It
was situated on North Second strict
mljolulnj tho Western District ware
house Ho 1 at Second and Monroe
The flames wero discover w In the
rear or the siamo ny mo huiuiciiiiiii
laving apparently urtirliatcd In the
liay Au alarm was tiimel in and
iKitji departpirnta resiMinded and
fought tho Haines- for two hours or
more V tic vr0 enmpletelj
mihdupf
AWarge crowd assembled near the
joined building and a horrible scene
w flslhle The horses and mules
about fifteen In number would not
leave tho burning building mid could
lie wvn us they slowly touUil to
tdcath in their stalls swelling and
bursting as the ilames llinillv hid
them from view Only six animals
were saved tiiitjil alxtut twenty three
The ttsblt was a new frame struc
ture and had been completed and
but about three mouths and a
ialf Messrs Wlli and Ilob Noble
iwiml the place belnt at the head
if the company
Jt required hard lighting to irewnj
the flames spreading There was a
Htrnng wind but fortunately It wa
blowing towanls the river or tlnJ big
VarclKiuso and other buildings In tho
Tlclnlty might have gone up InsmoW
also
When Kugene llutli the stableman
was preparing to feed lie saw the
smoke Issuing from tin rear of the
stable and at once gate t he alarm
Tho entire loft of the building was
jwcketl with hay and corn nn vail the
northern portion of the shed
Hr T J Laurie the bookkeeper
was unable to estlmat t loss on
feed JIi Jiad all the paper last
mtekL iircporim t make an
Iiy lVlfurvP 0 8un
J0 nur Jos
UALAOA 1C
Omlxiel tho editor and liiser of
fx lllon
0m Weyti rs wwpair
Wercanlll In Malaga has 1 0
and lulled 10 an unarolilst nutniil
tin Ills business nssoolale and In
tliiiate frlenil Henor fnlro Poch wn
ait th same lime seriously ivouimImI
hj the assassin
Tim murderer was IniiedlHlely ar
hut rexisUil hlx capture to such
uiexlenL thut two iMlllcemeii Were
fdLKhlly Injured by n bullet from his
pou
Hurl In minted nn Interesting story
was on his wny to lh ortjm or
newspniK r to kill tho two uen
lien lie met them shortly after lhe
merged frum the building lie He-
ired that for somu niuuths ut ne
lcn endeavoring lo assasslnivt
flen Weyler Ills aversion to lien
Wejler flrsl arose from tteyler s eon-
airtllim with I he punishment and final
jeecilllni of a brother anarchist In
Khu M1 of llontjiikli At Inst In
Ajintlr tljat lie would ever have in
opportunity ly kill Weyler he se
Jected his two cliief lieutenants the
vdltors and imMlslieri of his news
jinper
BHr f
JASONS AT FULTON
kritlHR fllembcrfl Royally Enter
tained atnunnamw
- Dy Tclefrpph lo Tho Bun
J UION Ky ICC aO Tho Mil
Btfirlo tatinimt hero lastrtJght was wrh
nltonilufl by visitors from Mayfleld
and llpituerth It was ono of tho uoit
ifluyaia 1 tlio history of tho ploco
jind vvoa ft Kreat success
t
After a reception to Mr James 1
YVillielni grand master of Kentucky
Vln tho parlors at Knights hotel tho
al
msBUOMP
Mltiet began
i
k d
churckv nnrt toasts wore respond d to
y Messrs J E Wlllidin Paducah
Tliomas N Smith Fulton Ilaijry Moor
mail John Vf Landrum iiSa J J
Kotiblos Mayflald nu Itev Mr
Xatts of Fulton Vtr Uott Ayors
i it
wjinuressor weicoiuo
byv J a Clark of tho Mi
tkliil at tho JjSuH and Keren
us tvercHn to otui linndred
MSAS
p
lnCU l DIIIIU msl
Tftesrnph KTie Sun
rOK K Dec o Jtlian
d wrny fmtM rffi W
Htte
Evltt
llu
Sert Went llit
iw koUt ywumlaf
ROASTED TO DEATH IN THEIR STALLS
SEVKNTKISN HORBKS AND MUMiS WKUB UUKMBU TO DEATH
KAKLY THIS MOKNINO
STABLE OF THE PADUCAH TRANSFER COMPANY DESTROYED
Herrlble Scenes Witnessed an tlo l liwnes Llckod Up the New Framo
IlHlldlng Near the Corner of Second and Monroe Tho losa
Lstlinnted at Ten Thoiwaiid Dollars
Seventeen horse und mules wore to know how the Arm would mart
burntd and n property lo w of 10000 tlie first of the year
wan ui8tnlnifl lv the btirnlnir or the kiriii wagons worm several mum
red dollars apiece and all the har
ness were burned only one vehicle
being saved Chief Wood nwl his
men sated six or the horses and
1111111 but today when tho smoking
debris cooled down sixteen of the
companys nnlmals and one of Mr
Eil 1 Nobles were round dead
Owing to tho Insufferable heat that
surged from the burning building it
was Impossible to get out the other
horses Many of them were tied In
their stalls and the hide could be
scon cracking open and revealing the
staling I11 beneath In full view of
the helpless spectators The poor
animals could bo heard when the lire
tlrst broke out groaning above the
roar of the Ilames but It was not
long until they were overcome Many
could uot stand to watch the horrible
scene
The stable was tho inot modern In
Paducah and cost about 12000 Mr
Laurie estimates ths total loss In
cluding wagons stock building and
feed stuff o be In tho nelghlxirhood
of ilo000 There wu about iM to
cover the loss
Mr Noblo stated U The Sxiu that
he would rebuild us soon us possible
It will require some time to clear
away the debris and Ingln work on
the new stable
This Is the third big lire laducah
has bad within the past two weeks
KIM Yimous turning department
In MechiiiilcJwn was destroyed
with a loss or 12000 or iwre follow
ed last Monday morning by liio de
struction or tho laducah Coal and
Mining companys elevator with a
loss of alstiit JGftXK
Owing to tho unu jiaj number of
large llrcs here recently the uuuUlnn
Is ofbji asked how they start There
aro various thaorJes but the one gen
erally accepted Is that f Incendiar
ism Thc blaio of tills morning may
have bfifiii thn work of ah Incendiary
but ono causal assigned is that It
caught from nn electric wire which
Is on the other hand deemed
contents In order probable by electricians
HLLED BY AH ANARCHIST
WEVLERS KIEN SHOT TO
DIVflI AT MALAGA
iln Spent Montlu
Jhk to Murder the General
Hut Fulled
DR JilYERS IS VICTORIOUS
WAS ELECTED CITY PflYbl
CIAN HY THE COUNCIL
Alderman CJjanRO llielr Minds in
Itegnrd to Asaistaot
Brlcf Session
Tin fiuht for the orflce of city pity
kiclnn tudifl last uiglil hrv the
of Dr II T ltlver Ltturulieit
wmM5 only opimnent was Dr M O
MTlam Threo tlie onunclluUii
Messrs Chirk ItoW rtson and Hmltti
VKfiv ulisciit and Dr Itlvpr receltvd x
i Ucniim yeiimiiiiiii votes
The ol11 lenthjg wax not lengthy
The iiiipnivet ofitke Jley In
twis ii Uiurl mul Wnshington and
Hixih and Heveiith street was re-
ferriil lo a ooiniulttee
The matter of aniplaruiK an ursIsU
nut engineer by the mouth was ills
iiskuI at length I no mayor
and ulty engineer were Inslriicieil to
employ au nsNistant eaoli inontli when
one is necexNary The ttcrvltrit of au
as sislanl were dispensed With al the
last regular meeting of the council
The matter or allowing a olty offi
mul to give a Riiaranteeeiiiiipnny bond
ftiis iImousniiI but no union was
taken
Tl e nppiliitinent 0f 1 r W T nyrd as
deputy assessor made by Assessor
Vdnsr wan ratlfiinl
The Improvement of Uleventh street
from Madison to Trimble was referred
lo the mayor olty attorney and eu
giiiccraud street committee
Drs KiVers mul Milam wero nomi
nated for city physician and Dr Idv
ers received 11 votes U Ing elected
The cimiimS lieu adjourned
Cell Shatters Assignment
By Trietrraph 4o Tlio Sum
HAN FRANCISCO Dec HO Offl
clnl notlcfl has len received by MaJ
Ion Merrlaiu thnt Clen Bliafter Is to
li again assigned to thecommand or
I ha department of California It Is
expecUMl tljb f7ep Khafter Will take
Ihujrjti aloit tho r0th if flejrt month
Oeiiv wcrnoni nas npi yei ipon
nsslgtioif
NowWauts A Divorce
Vy Telegraph lo Tlie Sun
oWKNsnono Ky Deo ao vic
torln Walker who was married lo
James Walker In Jefferson county
thlrty flvo years ago sues lilm for
djvorcu on tho grounds of cruelty
and drunkenness Sho asks 1000
alimony anil was granted An attach
ment
Probing tliu Dreyfus Affair
Dy Telegraph to Tho Sun
PARIS Dec ao Tho court of cm-
satlon today examined U Casimlr
Jcrier the former president of Frartso
nnd M Ilarthou tho former minister
n tho jhlertor hi the procccdhiK t
MMlMC
Owl ivhiiii of the
ureyruH
BE WAS DISAPPOINTED
KvanYellst Sam Small Export-
eijce as An Army Chaplain
lly Telegraph to Tho Sun
SAVANNAH Ou Dec ao llov
in Hmnll chaplain of Urn Third
CiiKinerrs U 8 A Is In the city
me of tho first ttrings lie did was
ii slvi out no IntoreHtlrp inter
ieiv AinoiiK other tilings ho Haiti
Kiilil
Tliu chaplains ire a sort of nop
o ttiu church sentiment witliout
much nuitttniice in them They Just
tako a minister anil put a uniform
vn Mm a silver crorn oo
IIk sIkjiiIiIit pay hh 9 00 a
mouth niul turn him loose ou I-
L00 mrii without niijr of lh luiptc
iiciiIm of lint splrltuiil witrfnre to
flht Willi Ive u eii tlUjipioliil
eil
Wlwti 1 gt qui I am going to
suggest thnt they ilo nwny with
tho clmplnlns supiMise tlirro
limy Mi u howl but It Is better to
rnlxi Hi Issue ami have lliewliole
Hjhlein rcvlsi il ttlien wo got
ilowii to CiiImv Ill wager most of
the men would miller go to a cock
fight or a mill ring than attend ser
vices To tell tho trufli I nin l
ginning to think there Is a heap of
liililenlnsli about what the chap
Ubw do accomplish outside of meet
ing the sentiment that calls for their
pres eneo with every body of troop
HE SHOT FIVE FILIPINOS
Insurgent Commander Killing
With Strong Hand In Hollo
Vy TPfpmph lo The Bun
MANILA Dec 30 TJe expedi
tion under Gen Miller arrived at
Hollo Tuesday and found that Ijc
Spaniards had evacuated the place on
Saturday
The rebels entered the city and
trenches on Monday ut pflflij They
Immediately established a municipal
government Guards were placed
over foreign property
Everything Is quiet and orderly
There was some looting during the
night but live natlvis were shot and
this had an exemplary effect
A new1 Filipino cabinet has been
formed the personnel of which Is as
follows President of tho Cabinet
and Minister of Foreign Affairs
Senor Mablnl Minister of War
Sengr Lupa Minister or tho Interior
Scnor Amnota Minister of Agricul
ture and Commerce f6iwr
camlno Minister of Tubllo Works
Senor Canou
GEN LAWTONS ASSIGNMENT
Ills Services are Required in
Philippines
the
Dy Telegraph to The Sun
WAH1IINOTON Deo 30 The war
department has Issued orders asslngug
UaJ Ucii Lawton to servico In tha
riilllpplnes
This assignment In considered ono
of exceptional importance as Oeneral
Lawton who was ono of the most
ooijplcuous officers In the campaign
mnnd to ci Qils and hi the event
or leu Otis appointment nj ggovernor
general or thelslambi will assume mil
itary oommauil or the forces In tho
Philippines
Ills new dtitlfc will require a com
pilation or ncrvti mii loot Ocn
fiwton rcCilUy has been In cominand
of theoanip nt llunlsville
TO HE MUSTERED OUT
- ii a
Six Rculmoii Chosen by the VfT
Department
lly Telegraph o Tho Sun
WASII1NOTON Deo 0 lt Is
S1I1I at the IVjr ilepartmint lliil
no change in iiLiiik us lo tie nitiM
tenng out or troops will ls made
sti Bvftnt OT tlie thrcitenmp out
kiok if the Ilill pplnis The sco
relary lit ty jr has made such
progress In designating the o
unleer regiments lo Ik mustered
out but no aiiuouiioements will
Imi made until th list Ix completed
It Is believed lmWever that the
llxl will Inoludo I he Thirty first
Mlohlguu now at Knoxvllle the
Second Tennessee t Col mnlms
la tho ThlnJ Tennessee at An
nlston tho Third North Caro
lina colored pt Maconj the Sixth
Virglnln colored at Mlicon and
the First West Virginia at Colum
bus Oa
These regiments would consti
tute a good part of tho volunteer
to le mustered nut for the entire
ntimlicr WM pot run very hi gh
owing to tho purpose to flrgt mus
ter out tho volunteers at Manilla
and rcduco the regulars down to
tho number contemplated by law
when the war olosed
TO SUCCEED HITCHCOCK
ExGov Merrlam WJM fJe
basaador to Russia
A iiv
lly Tetesraph to Tho Sun
WA8IIINOTON Dec
Uerriaru of Minnesota Is said to l
slated to succeed Secretary Hitch
cock us ambassador so Russia
Mr Merrlaws friends assert with
ovury Indication of Qsijrpnce that
tlio Incident Is closeil between the
president and tho former governor
and his name Is axpuctcd to go to the
senate room after tlie holidays
Eloped to Tennessee
Mr Otto Anderson of Murray and
Miss Ituby Drown of tli city went to
Puryear Tenn yesterday afternoon
mul Wer uulUit in murrage They
tvlH resldo in Murray
tt
jje Jafcmcph mn
HE HAS HAD HISflAY
TRUCKS USUINO COMlUI SSll
AIU IN HOltSICS PLACi
THEY WILL SOON BE IN USE
KaBtorn Capitalists Have Formed
a Company With n Capital
of 1000000
By Telegraph to The Sun
NPV roitK Deo MO Tlic New
Vork Auto Truok with a capital
of 1000000 has been Ineorpomted
Tltli this capital It Is proposed to
place auto trucks operated by aim
pressed air in the streets of tho
pressed air In the streets of tlie
lty
A l present the only erxous whoso
names are mndc publjo In connect on
with this soherne are lames D Honl
ley and Henry K Knight Mr
ley Is president of the compressed
nir power company Mr Hoiidley and
Mr Knight combined their Interests
in compressed air motors soino years
ago and Wlllnrq C Whitney lie
oamc interested in their company
Joseph Lelter recently acquired ft
controlling Interest In tho foreign
rights or tho Hoadley Knlght pat
ents In on Interview Mr Lelter spoko
guardedly or tils plans for placing
nutoinrihtfi In Iindnn and other
foreign olOes but uail thit it was
morel n nmtter of tiiiui when nil
Kril iti Would be compelled Ui
wlopt some form or motor in place
of horses
Mr llondley declined I o Mute
whither tho capitalists Imck of the
New York Auto Truok Co were Mr
Lelter and Mr Whitney or tell who
they were lie said that tho organi
zation or the company Is not yel mtu
pltted and that until it Is the names
or lis nrfloejs or directors would
not Ih made publio Or th plans of
the oompnuy he also smke giiard
islly
tVit have built auto truckt he
said and usisl them nt our works in
MassaohUMtts We can haul a load
of tons miles without
eight - re
plenishing the air It Is easier ror
our trucks to move iuht ton than
ror three horses to haul slxt ons in
an imiinary street on weL
phatt horxes are almost helpless and
with tho sulistltulion of asphalt
for piiMng stones the horse must go
From a sanitary standpoint
and in tho matter of olennlius it
would make a great difference In
the city If the lftOOOO or 100000
horses In the streets wero done away
with Our truck 111 tako up less
room and will move much faster
than nn ordinary team and t hey
are under such perfect control thnt
tlitrc Is less danger to life and lmli
than with horses
Klectriclty cannot lie used ror
trucks designed to caryr heavy
loads owing to the weight or the
storage batteries that would 1
rcfiured It does voyr vell ror
cabs and light delivery wagons but
trucking is another matter If we
had had our trucks In tho city when
the last snow storm fell we could
have rcwotisj it in 7U hours at the
outside
An attempt is to 1n made to ab
sorb tho principal trucking interests
in the city -and so gradually replace
horse drays with auto truokx with
out antagonizing tie present own
ers The plan proposrd is siniiiur to
that follnWtd in organising
firoto interests nre to ls purchased
tUid truck drivers are to lxcnuic mo
lonneii f tills plan does not work
Ihep1 will be a HkIiI lietween the
old methoils nijiiljji W
TOOK ANOTHER ROUTE
Kinney Tllloy Threutenod Suicide
but Got iMarrkd Instead
Kinney Tllley packer nt Veal AIU
sons tolucro wnreliouse went into
Mr 1 A LaKomarklnotf saloon nlRht
iHfore last and after takinpK a driul
asked for a pen and Ink and a sheet
of paper He was Riven the paper
and n lead pencil and wrote In an
almost illegllile hand n few words
sayin Ktliit ho wan going to commit
suicide hy Jiinpln giijto the river Ilo
leff and had not Ih oii seen since it tout
the warehouse uitll this inornnK when
Mr AHs wejjt out to look for
him
Iinully his sen roll was rewarded and
he round to his reller that Mr Tllley
Instead or Jumping Into the river
had last night married Mrs Minnie
Moore or Mouth Second street lust ico
Ultle nffloljitlijjr
A STATESMAN WANTED
lly Teleemph to Tho Sun
NEW YORK Dec W A dispatch
says Admiral Dewey considers It
absolutely necessary that a lirst class
statesman up pent to Manila to thor
oughly Investigate tio situation here
and ascertain the aspiration or the
Filipino republicans
Ho furtlisr States that tlio United
States must accept their responslbll
tlen In tho Philippine which have
been acquired hy conquest
If they should shirk this duty they
wpiljd put themselves back 200 years
In tho worlds history
Petition in Bankruptcy
Mr James M Brasher of IIIlMilel
Livingston county today through
Attorney J W Ihuh or Kmitliland
tiled u petition In
rubtcr lp tho ttilted fatateourt
DeViHlfJIWlltIw aro Um 1QQ0
PADUCAH KENTUCKY FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 30 1898
FOR At HOME RULE
Of MM
couiilr
Tho
s
llllLiir
unileHffi
ricersi
The
I be lis
tho
iQ
3H1DENI I MKINLEY
ijwiallll
nllltiry
Nil I Oil-
iplnosi
FILIPINOS
AND
PLAINS FOR THE GOVERNMENT
A icro to Allow u Mcnsiiro of
Ficcdom to tho Inhabitants
I of tho Islands
y Telegraph lo The Sun
WAijIIINOTON Dee HO - The
plus dents plan for a government
in IliJ Philippine Islands Is the mime
lias for Cuba a liberal nl
lownnf of Ikiiiiii rule If
chii fijiil eoiniwtent natives to nil
inliilifV ufrulrs tho rinait i the
touimTC tho customs the
sc1hs14 Pllilii works and tLe
cm I diMjrtJoj
hands or iiiiendnn oxperleih
tariff tirirAtKMs
ill IsV drrangd lo tiroduei
flclent Tiitnouiftb tiiallitnln t
ernincil ami scliool s and - le
ror n fl iiernl syslein of puKtr i
whii hWill Hid in the ileelepiueiit
and eoiimiep nf the
torces arc to i
or
fe coiHtnnnd of Amerlc
fie
feslnTsaM 1IHHHHOT
wUve
ia u or
until tho natives ran 1
iiiifMtiMi nn iuu
viiuili r in lutll
sis wf flics x ill ic i ui r
irtlou of trained im u from
ITnued States but so fur as pos
siitHirdliinles will lw I i
SAGASTA OUT OF DANGER
Scnor
fostelliir Also on the I toad
f to Recovery
jWegrtpll loTfie Hmi
MAliRuilhi io Henor sigasta
Win hniPlAfiii suffering from tineiinio
inn is iisifij In iter tHlaV ami ps now
considerrlJMMit or dnhgnr
Honor j Ujgflio i iSieHnr lie repuli
bean omr aiid stntesniiiti who whs
conniKM np us room rir t
with ntrfijil1 piilmoimry natarrli is
iinpiivlijt
SEHOR ROMERO DEAD
BMTeleErapli to The Sun
WASUINGTON Dot 20 Senor
HomcrukSnmbtssadiir from Mexico
dltil IithiiE inoriilifgAa
tlon lor appcndlcTtis wrfueThllrecb
cause ofglfls denth He was well
liked fJpvhnMenu UUmun md
popular wltli all foreign diplomats
IN AMERICAN MONEY
Customs Duties In Havana 31 list
lie Paid
Ilj Teleuraph to The Sun
HAVANA 1M JW Lol IllisS
collector of customs has glen notice
to the merchants thut enjoins duties
mti t be aid in American money
Oil llliss tonight submitted to Gen
Ilrooke his plan for the admlnlstra
lion or the ciistum houe Ilererence
will bo given to Cubans hut at the
beginning all the emplojes will not
he changed Tlie inspectors will be
tho llrst romoxed
The fdrolgn consuls will meet today
to take action made necessary i the
Iransfi r of sovereignty
GOT A FORTUNE
Wells Tnio impress
Itoldied
Co til puny
lly IXcRrnpli lo Tlie Sun
SAX ANTONIO Tex Dec 0
It Is roioited that the local olllce of
the Weljs Iargu compnio siilTered a
big loss hy robbery on jesteiday after
noon It Is wild that ia000 in cur
rency andritit In gold isiulwlng The
driver ol tlm delivery wagon who
was Intrmlisl with delivering tlio
nuiucy to local llrms Is missing Ills
horse and wagon were found Kit een
lug in the outskirts of tlie city In the
brush
Mr Glllciuso Enroiitu South
Affiisinnt Oeneral Superintendent
lllensA or tli IIIIiiok who IcfL with
au inspection uirlv ve lerduy ror
lmisvlile returueit last u gilt nnd left
on a si nit Ii IiiiiiiiI Hjiriil tills morn u K
Sure Cure
Ior Chilli auj 1rrcri
WlfiSTEAOS GHILL TONIC
ricaut I tiie nj coU onl
25c n bottle
WINSTEADS
LIVER AND KIDNEY TEA
IiaitltlvecurelircontlpaUoiiaiiHpl
liver and UJnry compuliiu ol all
LluJ 5 tcut per boi
Manufactured by
S H WINBTBAD
Sneulh and WabiuRton Sl raducah Ky
Gold Fish
Wo have Just received the finesi
and healthiest lot of gold Ihh tvei
briucllt to Iaduuab Select plain
9sb 18c lo 0O0 select fan toiU30c
to 1 SO
J D BACON
lUAUMAUIrir
lLone 237
On Jan
fffrg7 mmi
K
5
TEN CENTS A
THB STORE OP
Pre Inventory
i Discount
iXZ5
Adkinsthe SiiueManThlsWsek
We will remove to
309 BROADWAY
the building that L Marks Bro recently occupied
and will open a first class shoe store Will carry every
thing in fine footwear
ADKINS
Tk
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ins aiiuti man 6s uroauway
U i -
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JB9HF i
m 1
WW
VVV
ami uciorp uoing so will try to get rid of a much clothing w
possible In order to do so we mako you tun liberal offer as below
POSITIVELY NO GOODS CHARGED AT CUT PRICES
i
i 25 Per Gent Off
J On all our
Mens and Boys Suits
4 That Sold Above 10
1 20 Per Cent Off
Kfix au our p
Mens and Boys Suits
That Sold tJnder 10 5
HD nKin1
- IVOUIUKI
lSiALE A
lleaso Jont ssk lo Imvc eomls cltanrcl at nhl -
A CIKCDISTANCE wll npylLIng btt bookwl except al regular prices
B WEILL
Better Than Imported
Thrcu for 25o
Ami 100 tralght
t VHP ir
COA
-5
SOU
409 411 BROADWAY
Your Money Back Here if You Can Buy the Same Goods Cheaper Elsewhere
LEADERS IN EVERYTHING
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BARRY HENNEBERGER
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