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VOL. XIX, NO. 11
for 1SHS am the prettiest nud best Rambler
because Ramblers bavo always been leader
son. List price, $00. The dato test, jaunti
is the No. 2G Rambler Bicycle. Price, $00
RQANOKE CYCLE CO,
littlest Styles. Strictly factory
prices. Easiest terms. Xo
notes to sign. Investigate. We
can sltuiil it.
Roaaoke Music Co.,
G. T. JENNINGS, Manager,
22 Salem Avenue.
Examination only helps i<>
show up the merits of the
Union VVhitehead, For finish,
durability and neat lines it can
not be excelled.
Ivemembcr they are sold at
:i popular price. $75.00.
MISS SALTjIE WALLACE BEAU.
Miss Sallle Wallace, aunt of S. S. and
J. C. Wallace, passed peacefully away
last night at 10 o'clock, after many
mouths of patient suffering from nerv?
ous prostration at tho ago of 7',". In her
death the world has lost one whoso forti
tude and kindness seldom finds t paral?
lel, and bebind bei she has left an exam?
ple worthy of emulation. fchc was a
faithlul believer in the saving power of
Christ, and was a member of Greene
Memorial Church, but on account of ill
health she was deprived of its sacred
privilege?, Funeral services from her
lat<? home, 022 Roanoke street, at 3:30
to-ilay. Interment in City Cemetery.
Visiting cards engraved at Oaldnell
LECTURES NEXT WEEK.
Rev. Dr. C. N. Grandtson, of North
Carolina, a colored "temperance lecturer
well-known throughout the country, ar
rived here at noon yesterday and will de?
liver a series of addresses on various top?
ics nightly nt High Street.Ooloretl Bapt ist
Church this ween for the benefit of the
church. The admission fee is ten centit
and S?flts have been specially reserved by
the congregation for such of theit white
friends as may desire to attend.
Tne car load of line horses which '"ere
unloaded yesterday at. the stables of W.
H Horton & Co., will be held hero until
Tuesday when tiey will be shipped to
Raleigh, N. C, where they will be sold.
Among them are several line match
teams and single drivers.
AMERICAN CONSUL Alt RESTED.
According tc Reports Ho Was Painting
Lisbon a Carmine Hue.
Lisbon, Feb. 11)?Tho Portuguese
newspapers are making a great fuss over j
the proceedings of the American consul j
in tho Azores, now visiting here, who, j
after going to various cafes, entered Into j
an altercation with his cab'driver abo.i*.
d o'clock this morning.
The police had to intervene. The Con
sul, who received a wound in the head, j
was taken to the police headquarters,
from which he was rele? sed to-day at the
request of the United States consul here.
The newspapers as* if tho ine'deut
will lead to nu "exchange of explana
tions" between tho cabinets at Lisbon
OVER A HUNDRED DEAD.
Boachnm, Prussia, Feb. 10.?So far HI)
bodies have been recovered from the
Vereinigte Carollnenglnet k colliery,
which was destroyed yesterday by an ex?
plosion cf fire damp.
?s ever turned out That is saying much,
8, the most popular wheels of each sea
iest, most stylish little wheel of the year
'. Please call and see it anyway.
- 108 Salem Avenue S. W.
Passed by the House After Four
Days of Discussion.
Washington, 'Feb. 111.?After n four
'lays' discussion the House at (> o'clock
to-nit/lit, by a vote of l-r)!> to 125J passett
a .substitute for too Nelson Senate bank?
ruptcy bill, prepared aud reported by
the committee on judiciary. Kftorts to
strike out the features providing for "the
involuntary bankruptcy and to exclude
corporations from the operations of bill,
and toagtee to the Stntte bill, which
provided only for vcluntary bankruptcy,
were defeated by votes cf 15S to '.Kit) and
1?3 to 11 1, respectively.
A moliou by Mr. Maiiany, of New
York, to limit the operations of t ho bill
to two years was llrst adopted by a vote
taken by tollers; but on a vote by yeas
ami nays it was defeated.
In the last Congress the House passed
substantially the *ame bill, providing for
both voluntary and involuntary bank?
ruptcy, by a nutjoriy of 70 votes; but at
that timo fie question of including both
features had but lf> majority. Tho bill
now goes into conference.
New books just iu. Caldwell-Sites Co.
, THREE NEW CONSULATES.
Senate Changes in the Diplomatic and
Wcshngton, Feb. 111.?The Senate com?
mittee on appropriations to day com?
pleted consideration of the diplomatic
consular appropriation nill. The com?
mittee added a second secretary to the
^t. Petersburg embassy asa salary of $2,
Three new consulates are created, as
follows: At Bombay, India, salary $2,
IfOO; ut Ma/.atllan, Mexico, $1,000, and at
N'nevitas, Cuba, Sl,"i00.
The rank of consul at Quebec was ad?
vanced from the llfth to the fourth ulass
at $3,500, and that.of thecousul at Sierra
Leone, West Africa, from the seventh to
the sixth rank and tue Balary'.iucrcased to
'?If you are looking for it chance to
make a good investment, you cannot do
beiter than to put your money into the
Elkhorn-Alaska Cold Mining and Devel?
opment Company. Mr. L. Netland, their
president, is at. the I'onco do Leon Hotel,
and .-.ill ba triad to see you. Give him a
THOMPSON TRIAL BEGINS.
Members of the W. C. T. 17. Taking an
Active Interest in the Case.
Norfolk, Feb. 19.---T. iv>. Thompson,
a lorn er Norfolk and Western railroad
dispatcher in this city, was placed on trial
In the corporation court to-day upon the
charge of criminally assaulting Naomi
Wood, alT-year-old girl, in the house of
Bertie Franklin, alias Myers, in Smith
street, whither lie had^Jtlcetl her.
The members of the Woman's Chri?
tian Temperance Union are taking an ac?
tive interest in ;the case, a delegation
from that body being in court to-day
during tho trial. Among the prisoner's
witnesses is Rev. J. T. Mastin, of Rich
mond. The trial will consume aoout two
i'ul>e paste 10c. Caldwell-Sitcs Co.
RELlKF BOAT STRANDED.
Lucille, With Government Expedition,
Waiting for a Tow to Dyea
Tacoma, Wash ., Feb. 11). ? The ship
Lucille, having on board the government
relief expedition, is stranded it Depart?
ure Bay, waiting for something to come
along and tow it to Dyea.
Tho Lucillo has 119 mules, 100 tons o'
fteight, live packers, two 1'nited States
officers, and twenty-four men. As there
is a scarcity of tuirs on the sound, aud as
owners ol all steam vessel" plying be?
tween here and Alaska have their hands
full, the hour of the Lucille's ?'eparture
from its present. location is a little vague
SCHOOL BOOKS, Tablets, Composi?
tion Books, Copy Books, etc., at the
Prominent Citizens of Dover Implicated
in the Scandal.
Wilmington, Del., Feb. 1!) ? A tremen?
dous sensation was created here this
morning by the surrender of William M.
Hoggs, tho alleged defaulting teller of t:.e
First National Bank of Dover,to the fed?
At. the same time E/.ekie! T. Cooper,
Thomas S. Clark. Henry Butler and
Amos Cole, alleged'aceomplicesot Boggs,
were placed under arrest, but later they
were released on $5.000 bail.
AH the parties are prominent in church,
social and business life and others are
likely tj be Implicated. The bauk was
robbed of $105,000 on Juno 21, 1897.
ASH BY GUILTY OF PERJURY.
Hampton, Va , Feb. 19 ?Tho trial of
George W." Athby, a" prominent citizen
of this place, for perjury, which has been
in progress before Judge Baker P. Lee
more than a week, came'to i close to-day.
At 0:30 the jury returned a verdict .if
guilty ami fixed punishment at one mio
ute in county jail and $?"> fine.
OKE, VA., S?N?A
WHAT THE BILL DOES.
Guts Made by the General Appro?
Richmond, Feb. 19.?SenatorWlckham
made a two hours' speeeh on the general
appropriation bill to-day, giving reasons
for each chance from the appropriations
of the last assembly. He holds that the
s;ate is in a splendid financial conu'tloo,
notwithstanding she owes $20,000,000
and has $90,000 cash on hand. The bill
makes the following changes from for?
Cuts the attorney general $250 pet
year; his clerk. $100; the auditor, $250;
the auditor's clerks, $11.000. The cuts of
other officers average about 10 per cent.
The bill abolishes the offices of register
of land oflice, the engineer to capitol and
tho guard of the library building by mak?
ing no appropriation. It cuts tho East?
ern State Hospital $5.000; the Western
S ate Hospital at Staunton $10,000; the
Richmond Medical College. $1,000; the
University of Virginia $2 500; the Vit
ginia Military Institute $5,000; the pubic
schools, Blaoksburg College, Normal and
Collegiate Institute, and Willlaii: and
Maty College remain unchanged.
The appropriation to the Confederate
Home Is increased $10,000 The appro?
priation for Confederate Veterans re?
The senate passed thirty-five bills and
the house about the same uumher.
John L. Mantie was found dead in his
room at Norfolk this morning. He blew
out the gas and passed away.
The house to day pnssed tho bill pre?
sented by Delegate . Kizer. of Norfolk,
providing for a labor bureau.'.
Senator Claytor bus presented to the
senate a petition from twenty live school
teachers iu Hoauoko county, asking "that
tho ngo of admittance to the schools for
children be rnndo ? instead of 5 years.
Anld Lang Syne by Max Muller. Cald
A SPANISH MINER KILLED.
Fellow Workers In Ohio Drive a Pick
Into His HrBin.
Wellston, O., Feb. 19. ?A Spanish
miner to-day, iu a crowd of miners near
Glenroy, boasted that Spain would make
short work of the United States in case
of a naval war. He had barely uttered
the boast when a pick was driven into
his hraln, killing aim instantly. He
went 'by the name of Alexander Alexan?
drien It is not yet known whether he
was a naturalized citizen ol the United
States or still a citizen of Snaiu.'
; LEITER FIGURES ON $1.50 WHEAT.
j He Was a Huyei and Not a Bellet us
Chicago, Feb. 19.?foeph Leiter made
! emphatic denial to-day of the report thai
he disposed of 5,000,000 bushels of his
I May holdingsof wheat during yesterday's
I excited trading. He was credited with
i making a profit of $500,000. He says-.
??I not only did not sell a bushel of
[ wheat yesteiday, but bought wheat.
! The cuirent prices are nnly the beginning
j of a range from $1.25 to $1.50 p?-r bushel.
I That's what I propose to sell "my wheat
"Go to the Pence de Leon Hotei anil
j have a talk with Mr. L. Netland, presl
i dent of the Rlkhorn-Alaska Gold Mining
land Development Company, who has
something of Interest to tell yon. See
their advertisement on page I of this pa?
WE NEED NO ASSISTANCE.
Washington, Feh 19.?The news event
of the day iu Washington was the prompt
decision of tho administration to make
! an Independent investigrtion mtu the
! disaster to the Maine. McKinley, Long
j and Day, alter two hours of conference,
I decided to cable Lee to respectfully but
I lirmly declare to the Spanish authorities
j that their ?<id in ascertaining whut cans
I ed the explosion ou the Maine was not
I needed and would not ne accepted. The
I United States is quite copable of satisfy
I ing itself as to whit caused the disaster.
If, after the ?'uite? States investigation
; is finished, ."-pain wishes to make an in?
dependent investigation, this Govern?
ment has no objections.
STORM AT NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Feb. '19.?A violent,
storm swept over New Orleans this morn
I ing, doing considerable damage to prop
1 erty. Moewen Murray's lumber mills
I ami the Kentucky cotton press were un
1 rooftd and otherwise dan;aged. One
church and about, forty houses occupied
by negroes were blown down.
Port Said. Feb. 19. ?The British first
class battleship Victorious, which left
Malta on February 11, bound for China,
aud which went ashore outside the bar
here on February 14, has been lloated.
See cut-rate price list of Ideal Steam
Laundry on page4.
Wo are carrying the nicest
ever shown in Roanoke:
Country Dried Peaches,
Blnok Prunes of four sizes.
Hunter & Co.,
Corner Salem aveuue and Commerce St.
Y? FEBRUARY 2().
That the Maine Was Blown Up by
the Dirty Spaniards.
Havana, via Key West. Feb. 10.? The
following In counectkn with the blowiug
up of I be Maine b?s developed.
Three days be:ore the explosion a boat
containing three Spanish sailors was
seen rowing from Mi china In the direc?
tion of the Maine. The Spanish sentinel
of the Mnehina whaif challenged them.
They stopped, came shore and after be?
ing detained about an hour were released,
as they gave a satisfactory explanation
of the suspicious actions.
A boat with two persons on board,
which was going from Havana to Kegln,
on crossing the bay found itself inter
cepted by a wire which seemed to come
from tho dry dock in tho direction of the
Maine. The men iu the boat had to
louver it to ho able to pas*. These men,
whose names are kept secret for the pies
ent, intend to present themselves and re?
port tho facts to the commission, which
is expected here to investigate tho Maine
A Spanish woman, recently arrived
from Spain, on hearing of reportotdisas?
ter, said to a number of persons who she
supposed were all Spaniards;
"So the Maine has been blown up
No wonder. I was told yeaterday not to go
near tho wharf, as tho ship was going to
bo blown up."
Another suspicious incident is that a>
few seconds after the accident several
Spaniards from it distant part of the city
"That is tho Maine which has blown
Sautos Guzman, representative of the
Spanish constit utional Julon, was at 'his
house in Cerro entertaining some friends.
Soon as he heard the explosion he said:
"I guess that is the boat that hau blow n
up in tho bay."
The disaster has been cause of great
rejoicing among the Spanish aud many
bolt les of champagne were opened in Ha?
vana to'cetebrnte the killing of the Amer?
A dispatch from Madrid to tho Diario
Mariua says that Kl Naclonal, the organ
of Weyler, constantly refern to the blow
ing up of tho Maine, without expressing
any regret that the disaster occurred.
At the Na\y Department at 11 o'clock
this morning the following oulletin was
? "One hundred and twenty-five coffins
couU Ininfi 1215 of the Maine's dead
are now buried, and nine are ready to oe
The Presldeut aud Secretary Dung, af?
ter tin extended conference this morning,
decided that the United States should
make an Investigation as to the cause of
the Maine disaster independent of the
SHE iS BEFOGGED.
New York, Feb. 10,?The Vizcaya is
still three miles off Sandy Hook light?
ship, where she is likely to remain until
this afternoon or pcsalbly to-morrow. A
dense fog has settled over the city and
harbor and it is also eb.? tide. She will
come up North river and "lve the cus?
tomary salute of twenty-one guns.
Key West, Feb. 11).?Five out of eleven
survivors-if the "Maine in tho hospital
at Havana are dead. Tho rest are not I
expected to survive their injuries.
El.KCTItlc Hki.is, Buttons,
BiVTTKitiRs, Wirk, btc . Bki.ls
Installkd, Batteries Re
ciiarued. Repair work a
Exoi.kiiy & Bro. Co.
BIG EIKE AT PITTSBURG.
The National Wall Paper Company's
Huii?ing Entirely Destroyed.
Plttsburg, Feb. 10. ? ""ire broke out in
I the National Wall Paper Company's
! building, a nine-story structure, on
Penu avenue,near Ninth street, about
1:30 o:clock, and burned fiercely for fsev?
eral hours, calling into service th" entire
lire department of the city.
The llames were confined to the one.
building. Doss on huidiuu ami stocks,
TO REPLACE THE MAINE.
I'.ill lot reduced in Congress to* Devote
:?1,<I00,0<Ju for This Purpose.
Washington. Feb. 10.?A bill appropria?
ting $4,000,000 to piovide a battleship to
replace the Maine was Introduced in 'be
House this afternoon by Mr I'ooto, of
GLADSTONE AT DOVER.
London, Feb. 10.?Mr. and Mrs. (Hail?
stone arrived at Dover to day on their
way home from tho South of France.
IS NOW, AND HAS HE EN ORGANIST
FOR DR HOGE'SCHURCn, RICH?
MOND, MANY YEARS.
Richmond. January 25, 1898.
It givos too great pleasure to say that
I know Mr. W. A. Gray to be a first-class
! piano tuner, also In repairing pianos.
He is not only capable iu this lino of
business, but skillful and very particu?
lar in i h Iiis work. Very respectfully,
C. W. THILO?',
?,'05 E. Marshall street.
Prof. Thilow Is one of the lea Hug pro?
fessional musicians Of Richmond aud
possesses a superb Conceit G:at.d Knabe
piano, about which he !-? as careful as a
violinist, ja about an old violin. Heave
I orders at Hobblo Piano Co. tVr tuning
I and repairing by W. A. Gray.
LET US SHOW YOU the Williams
Typewriter. It has some great features
over other machines. The Fiahbltm
PRICE 3 CENTS
St. Glair Bros, for Best Groceries
And Aetna Litbia Water delivered to yo"r house at 10 cents a gallon. In?
creasing sales is evidence sufficient to guarantee tho merit uf Aetna Lithia
Water and purity of our groceries.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK.
Mrs. Wells' home-mndo uiinco meat was 12$ cents ? pound, now 10 cents
a pound, *d pounds for 25 cents. Order quick as it will not be here long at
this price. Floyd county buckwheat lloor, fresh country meal, sure enough
Porto Rico, New Orleans and good old country fcorghucz Molasses.
C. F. BLOUNT, Mgr.,
111 Jefferson Street..Both 'Phones.
GETTING READY FOR THE FRAY,
Coast Defenses and Strategic
Points Are Being Strengthened.':
Washington, Feb. 19.?While the ad?
ministration at Washington spared no
eiYort ail ?day to foster Use belief they
claimed to hold, that the blowing up of
the Maine was an accident, tue President
and his advisers have been unable to con?
ceal from the public that Generals Miles
and I -eng, with the approval of the Pres?
ident, after conmllatinn with hliu, have
beeu ordering the strengthening of the
garrisons in every,fort and at every strate?
gic point along the Atlantic Coast and on
the Gulf of Mexico, and have also sent
orders to all the navy yards to prepare
all war vessels not yet ready for Instant
service. In fact everything is being done
to put the country in a state of defense
to resist possible invasion und prepare
for offensive operations a$fttfdl.
To-night's dispatches to tue New YorK
Bun from all thu cities of the Atlantic
coast where extensive fortifications are
erected show the garrisons have received
orders from Washington to prepare for
, erentuiilltles. Id a number of instances
the garrisons have beeu reinforced.
If Spanish warship Vlzcnya had not
been enshrouded in fog, as* she lay oil"
Scot.and Lightship all day to-day, wait?
ing for the weather to clear, her olllcers,
with their marine glasses, could have
seen 100 artillerymen and nSlcers disem?
bark frcm n revenue cutter. Thoy were
lent to Sandy Hook under a detail of
officers to u\an the great gnus there at ti
moment's notice and can be made to rise
out of hidden batter ies and send enor?
mous project iles to sen In any direction
for a distance of twelve miles.
The torpedo boat Gwin was launched
at Newport to-day. At Port Sohoyler,
o67 the Sturmi, w hich guards the eastern
entrance to New York, engineer corns
were drilled all day. Beeret orders were
received. The sound for several hundred
yards out Is mined with torpedoes.
Willet's Point.'defenses in the sound
wero reinforced by a detachment of 50
men, who came so unexpectedly that no
quarters were available for them. At
i Kurt Warren, Boston harbor, am muni
i tion and 1,500 rounds lor the battery
i have been ordered.
At Mobile, Ala.. Charleston, S. C. ami
the navy yard at Norfolk, Ya., scenes oi
greatest activity were visible. Assistant
Secretary of War Melkeijohu made n se?
cret, visit. loSecretary Alger, who is ill at
torttess Monroe. Both inspected the
The Sunshine Gallery. Jefferson
street, is still here and still ] making six
large photographs tor ?U cents.
WARSHIP pop HAaANNA.
An American Fighter to be Kept at Cu
Washington, Feb. i!?.?An important
statement made by Secretary Long to?
day was that in the course of time an
other warshir. will t>e sent to Havana.
?'How long will he regarded as proper
bet?re this stet? is take!"' the Secretary
The r?-ply was that the time cannot
now bo fixed.
DAMAGE SUIT DECIDED,
Luray, Fob. 10 ?The case of Miss Ju
lia O. Pitman's executrix, against the
Norfolk and Western Railway Company
for $10,000 damages, which has been be?
fore the clcrult .court for three days,
ended thlseveuinu by tho jury rendering
a judgment for, $3,500. Miss Pitman
was killed by a train at Rlleyvllle on
December 18, IS'.i?, aged 50 years. The
railway will appeal.
IRVING'S SEVERE Loss
London,Feb. 10.?All the properties and |
scenery of half a dozen plajs belonging;
toSir Uenrv'Irving have been destroyed In
the lire which was discovered after mid?
night In the archway under the London,
Chatham and Dover railroad near the
Ludgato Hill station, which was used as
a storehouse for thu scenery of the Ly?
ROUSS" LIBERAL OFFER.
New York, Feb. p.).?Charles Bread way
Rouss sent to Mayor Van Wyck to-day
a letter in which he otl'ered the citv of
New York a duplicate of the Harthold
statute ot Washington and Lafayette, re?
cently presented to the city of Paris.
OUR EAST WINDOW is full of Box
Papers- -a samp'e of what, we have in?
side. You can bay any bos of paper in
our house at less than cost; The Fish
The limes has for sale a schol?
arship in the National Business
College; price $35.
An Attempt Made to Recover Val
ables From the Wreck.
Havana, Feb. 19.?The lighthouse ten?
der Buche arrived this morning bringing
two divers. One diver went down after
i? platform was built over that portion of
the Maine where the hole was torn in her
new. He went into Slgsbee's cabin in
search of valuables, but while down his
armor was "pierced and he was compelled
to come to the surface again. Sigshee
found these divers inexperienced, they
being unable to go further down than
thirty feet, and he ordered more exper?
ienced divers from Key West and aloO
electric lighting apparatus. Work was
thou suspended. Sigabee has not y?t
learned whether the . explosion was the
result of accident or design and all other
reports to the contrary aro untrue.
The search will ho resumed to-mor
row, when the other divers nrrive. Mauy
more bodies wero recovered to-day, but
were so mutilated and decomposed that
recognition was Impossible, and they
wii'l be burled at once. Many cf the
troy tded, who have not yet recovered
they souses, have in their dellrium.beon
tWoKing they wero tired on by guns from
the Spanish fort, and they think they aie
manning the guns and lighting Spain.
Fine larp? bhotos li for GO cents at the
Sunshine Gallery, 805 Jefferson street.
"GOVF.KNOR" SAM JONES.
Atlanta, Feb. 10. --Rev. Sam Joues,
whose unique evangelistic methods have
won him notoriety in every section of the
country, created a sensation tlii- after;
noon by .Announcing his candidacy, in the
impending -gubernatorial-- contest.^ait.
Jones promises to publish his platform '
In full next week and assures the politic?
ians ho will not be the "hind ?log."
NEW TRIAL REFUSED.
Cbicago,Feb.*10- Adolph L. Luetgert's
motion for a now trial hi.s been over?
ruled and he was to-day sentenced by
Judge Cary to life imprisonment. Ap?
plication to supreme court for superse
deas and new trial will bo made at once.
VIRGINIA PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Richmond. Feb. 10.? The executive
committee of the Virginia State Press
Association, at a meeting here <his even?
ing, decided to bold the next 'meeting* ot
the association at Virginia IWch Tues?
day, July 12.
TO HE AMBASSADOR.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 10,?The appoint?
ment of Count Cassini as ambassador to
the United States, instead of miniate!, is
Berlin, Feb. 10. ? ilerr Anton Seidl
has been offered the conductorship of the
DE DOME BURNED IN EFFIGY.
Somerset, Ky., "Feb. 10. - De Lome's
effigy was burned ami hanged here to?
DON'I HUY A WHEEL until you
have examined thu Spalding. We sold
quite a number of wheels last season,
and so far we have not had ONE COM?
PLAINT of any kind. How is that for
a Record Breaker? The Pishburn Co.,
Pocahontas Coal, nut and lump, $4.20
per ton, $3.10 per half ton.
Russel Creek nut and lump coal, $4
per ton, per half ton.
Brush Mountain nut and lump' $5 per
ton, $2.03 per half ton
FARMERS SUPPLY CO.,
Forecast for Virginia; Fair, preceded
by tun In mornings eoltler iu tli? after?
noon and i.tutit; aouthesattrly winds, be?
?**?4?4*44* fe<*4<tf 4 44ie.<M44*
1 THE OLD RELIABLE
I Smith & Barns:
* POS- ESSES a pure, full tone; easy,
?M elastic touch, and beautiful linisb.
I WARRANTED FIVE YEARS, ?
i *i Made lu all fancy figured woods. [*
" Factory prices. Easy payments
?$i No Interest to pay.
Robbie |Kano Co.