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i ii !•: r u i ii n M ; Cleveland, ()( io, 25 — Mrs Pa11Ithui.-i, the English Suffragette, nrrived here tonight For bet speaking tour df Ohio, Washington, 35.—Millions of dollars worth of imp* ns may be affected by a decision :>f the I sury department today refusing t<> prohibit under the new larifi law the entry from Great Rritain of bagging for cotton alleged to have been manufactured in part by ivict labour. B unbkv, 25 -'I he B' ml %  ) sh re cet was cli sed ye*terd ly in consequent e ol H panic (< ll> ing a tremendous fall in Bombay mill es an I the Failure of a broker for approximately • 800.1 London, 25.—Const em ition has fen 1 u! .it all the London music halls in i nch 11:110 in "Oriental dpi forms pai t of the perl the action of the Bishop >l K n ton and nthei cl< 1 'man in protesting against the ski tch entitled •' \ la Carte" in hi< It I teslys is appe irii : %  t : he Pal 11 Theafe I he I ord ( han berlain warned the man red Bill t, that il 1 "i I ic moralit) is ul n further his license for st will be cam el led. London, 25,—Chaucell M Lloyd rgtr, speaking for an \h'Into ly unanimous cabinet," n "1 inon i ntous rtecfarat ion 1 a 1 >\\ indon, \\ hen In deinih-d 'he gnvei nments p'op %  rleilin wi Ii the I. ml problem. Th< j are rd upon be pi ii>ci| %  '• %  1 >1 'he i.nption by the state of tin 1 on tiol of the land monopo \ n 'in itry of I inds ill be set up, which w ill ii"' !: the r anctiou of t : ." board ol culture, l ui have new and I iig p 1W1 r for tlie rontrul aftd d opment of la n The propo-i Igive the farmer -•1 in it v of tenure Maiden Trip New Three Masted Schooner CORIKTHIA W/ILL Ii N -.HI for 1 W noiiville, I1 10th N*vembi r, Ii MI I irieiu ii ilucement offers M II touch ;• t \h .mi "i the iy 1 p. I'm Freight •'•* P 1 1 I I ,. i l'\-' I FOH Rl \ :. 1 7(1, %  ,ml 1 I U \ 1 '. J pres nl oci upied %  • %  B. P. Sturrup L-q. rmssession u ven IHI. August. I'.pply I WALTER K. M' OR E STANDARD OIL COS Gasoline Drums no Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands on arm.il "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. THERE 22cts. GALL Cash on I >< liverv. C. C. s lUNDERS. 1913. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received; W ILLIAMS I ill SHOFM VN I 1 is just add. il to hiahc idy in the Ii I uglisli and Ame. in-. in I inn!-. Ellg. h-h and American I Iress -uii I asi s line id u huh made of conipresfibn Kit Bags, Sati bels, \tt >< I and -oile 1 Limn Bag* |'iires more intei esting 1 h in I 'en onon 1I1 • eve 1 >l travelling will h 1 • 1 \-11 1 his [>•paitmeut and m ,, ..'n 1 "i WILLIAM-' ILKS VI.E iNU RF I" ML DEPARTMI to '. n 1 I I \ \" I \ ( 1 !... 11 Mpp-'inled fl AliKVI'l 'ES 1'IXK%  %  I'll. 1 l/.l-U' HI the I' %  11 nn.is I %  1 1 10 Mi| '. ,|||| 1 V'III illllII I" I II .11 n l ol .O. .-Yori : 1 1 III* Ii' 1) 1 ,,| liiii .11 j • %  in) c. .;:i 1.1--1 %  !: I linl-iIII \.'l\ 'l I HIM M. 11 11 KM me pr i I si, '" t ike miv one %  Ii. I iini d (mill 1 ; ill i ii i>. I z 11 1 v it ions 111 Nil—.ui '< hi '|| must rclllVm %  Nll> one lliiit M.i j. 1 1 1 uii/. 1 is ihe kind best I (.1 mil soil I 1 the growing • d pineapple*, W VLTER K MOORE. >esh Just Arrivea Q )\' SEEDS from I'eneriffi in I .ill othei V %  AI IOOTES. I'nV stir. I, ARE REASONS why good housewives shoilil use Sunlight SOQ) 1. > H It is guaranteed absolutely pure, atul tliereiore will 11 >t injure the clothes. It wo for you, and nt the same ti saves you money. It is the best soap thai skill tod money can produce! (Jive it a trial and you will be convinced of its value. BKOTOBI Kit') ill EM LIMITED. pom w MI w 11 hN(>l VN *l•p••• % % % %  ^^i %  ^^ ^ %  %  ^^ w • .'1 NASSAU Bargain House \i, '.: %  o -. ing by tn-day*i er. A largi y ol Ne goods: BLANKETS, BLANKETS. A GRE \ I n Lm of All Wool Hlai :• . ml £l 1 [V I l.ee weie b u lit .1 much • lv n the in irkel % %  HIS .O ill |ll Hi-, I Case 11 •• : din ct from ah English clu.ei .-i Js Io ()s. ,1 ;, ,11. Strav H us. A l.o ue .issimi. I idies' Wintei From 1 os, 1 1 j 1 \ •. \ i; trgain m Mack I lose I a) is. pur, r ] t ol Lndiee \ 1,1 ii if qu ilitv, >\ hite Shin V\ lists |ai )-• I '"'• "" s >\ .1 1 t, ,1 1 wi H h mu 11 more. \\ in; mis m I..ill' \\ I (', ids in Vlaiqti Ite, Voi e, Ma%  hi-. Suitings, 1..1 '\ ns .V \ j 1 yd*. Hi mi-, d1 h ns, I' 1 it. \l,..i| ,1 SI %  0 %  • -i \ JI on o. oi .i'. ll ; 1 \ I-. Ml rORt V)ll E. '"pMH'10 infori 1 my P 'iron I .11. 1 'i. • |\i in 1 inieral tl.ut I luivr op 11 d n v Public lil.i'k S :.iili si.,,|,, nml .on now ) to do anythiiix in the Im General repair or new work Horse shoeing specially. All work doue Mechanically. P. \. Muyler, Bay Strei t. East (Wh.nl FRESH JIBT ARRIVED A N cvtrri l.nru"' assortment ol ||..li|.,v i rid Candies. such .is %  d %  mi tie ft.iinh i Mixe 1 ii* n •• I" laiion Our Hii %  ind 25other dim-rent 1 Cakes M 121 t. per Ih Mixed Candies It lid per Ih Also thr !' ||,,.\ %  %  1 ' : .it f> rts, IN • 1 %  %  i.O. l\ Pii Lunch Bit uita. I hi %  • are un ed in quality. \ 1 roOTEl Rast I'.iy Sti Shingles Desl No. 1 Hearl 5m. Cypreaj Shingles at $9.1 1 pet thou^ sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over J(|DO shingles. Special Price also on rlteapi r grades—alsB ,,11. Cy|ress nl $6.72 perl mil of 2i bundles. '1 '.is price martt p • ible by a tri iy large purchase. Fresh stock arriving ever; \\> ek. C. C. SAUNDERS. ,1, N. P.. s. |il. >6, 1913. rou SALE I i (iljSE und Lot on Wesi I fur partii ulara apply I' E. fjean or Michael Ryao, i; 1 >.• St. Mew York City.



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v Nvillnf. IY'I.IK in-, tvirare in verba magistri. Being bound to iwear lo the Dogma.* >f no Master VOL. X. Na.sae.vi. N. P.. Bn,hn.mn.s, Monday, October 27. 191} No. 2H> 0) o to r < a I.UN i. ii. uUt'i CH, i U MR AND I'mHII I I | 0 KflCI ait N 1 IAKKKT KTRBRT I'., I •. A A In: 'I rd.lM I.D i) \u 1 M ad ay, Vedne \u\ and Prida) -.i II _• If -opy ... ... |d. I I'^lr, rhu 9aturds•— (Ingle copt ... iVeek|v 4 }.| \lonl ill' •• %  (' l • inti" l> ... ... .. 4. liHV.i.l. Veany i'I'AY M'.l IN' \ IWANCI ( r in-1 inaertii for tecnnd inscit 11 i Pn sufoeq \ %  .-11 i-cment %  >u pence pet line i; IIMPC pence per line id one penny | ei ri Hone. iiirler eidhl lint—i^. The i number of "The Strombus" is IOW r<*ady. I ins numb* contains several articles of intlrest. Advertisements, etc., for the Novi mb t nunber are now in urder. In Saturdays issue we referred to tinMotor'Frances I'." hat inft been detained at Miami to be fumigate! by the U, S. Au thorities, thisVequirement is not confined to [the "Frances E" but appliesfo all other vessels taking • %  %  "• %  < n Nassau and Miami. j Mr. O. I". Conover, Representing Button l~ I'avis Co., Wholesale (jfoccis of New York City, wh i arrived hv the last Steamer, has opened Ins office and Sample rooms in the Imperial Theatre building, Fredii ii '. Si: et, Mr Conover will remain in Nassau until the 7th November. > Messrs, \V. Richardson and E. Syni< >tic-tie were among the passengers l>y the mail schonnit "Columbia") from Inagua, on Friday morning last. > The vhr. S.n.ili I'". Douglass" arrived from Miami yesterday antl mo ninujwitli lumber.shinlgles, fertilizers and the following passengers.— Mis-. Ophelia Miller; Mesdames gstella Miller and infant, (.'lenientu.a HILL'S, Margaret Gltnton, and Mercy Smith; MessrsHenry Miller, Charles Glinton, Nathaniel Rolle, Joseph Strachan, Henry Donethan, Thomas Will'ams, John Humes, and Jacob Mitchell 111 *r The Srhr. "Admiral" arrived vest-id tv morning from Miami with gasoline, dynamite and lime a* cargt and the following pis senger-.— Mrs Maggie BuiTOWS and infant; Messrs Rric Kemp, Itai ih Moxey, Richard Chipman, and Felix in : constructed icros East River, New Y'i i;, M a link to conn New England with the We*t and South, will contain the longest steel arch span IVIT built. The bridge is a part of the Nw York I onnecting Railroad, built by the New Haven and the Pennsylvania systems, In carry traffic from north of Harlem River to Long Inland and to relieve the (i and Central Station The road will have four tracks, will he 10 miles long, and will cost (30,000,000 JJMi"tit IS, Koo ft. of it will he 'carried on bridges and viaducts fri'in iO to MS ft. above the ground. A magnificent view of the Hell Gate Bridge isa featurcof the Novembei Popular Mechanics Magazine, THE NEW BOSTON 1 USTOM HOUSE Unique* among public buildups in America is the new cus. tomhoute which is being erected in Boston, It is to he a tower, 505 ft. high, and in design is {virtually a monument to crown the pyramidal sky line of the city. The old pyramidal shape of the city with the golden dome of the Starehouse at its apex has been destroyed by the building of skyscrapers. Boston's building laws now forbid the erection of private structures more than 1 j5 ft. high, and the newcustomhouse i* designed to ris re its surroundings and form the dominating feature in any view of the city. A view of the budding appears in the November Popular Mechanics Magazine. POSTAG1 -STAMP VENDING MACHINE ADOP1 ED An entirely new postage-stamp vending machine, which has been adopted by the government, will, in course of tune, supplant hundreds of employes and close the retail stamp windows in many of the larger post offices of the country, One or more* wholesale windows will lie maintained foi those who hase stamps in quantities r who use the less common denom nations. I his ma will also find a pi ice in the sub-tat ions, and possibly in the bi| stores. There are no levers or knobs to be worked by the public, the mechanism of the machine, which sells one and two-cents stamps, being operatid by a trigger or pulled when the pennies afe dropped in the slots. CABLEGRAMS Washington, 25.—The United States government is preparing to notify the nations of the world generally that au\ interfe 1 1 m Mexican ad• iis will be regarded as unfriendly to this government, The British Embassy here loUay at the direction of ili

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v
Nvillnf. iy'I.Ik in-, tvirare in verba magistri.
Being bound to iwear lo the Dogma.* >f no Master
VOL. X.
Na.sae.vi. N. P.. Bn,hn.mn.s, Monday, October 27. 191}
No. 2H>
0)
o
to
r
<
a
. i.un i. ii. uUt'i CH,
i U MR AND I'mHII I I |
0 KflCI
ait N1
IAKKKT KTRBRT
I'., I . A A .
In:
'i rd.lM I.D i) \u 1
M ad ay, Vedne \u\ and Prida)
-.iii_ If -opy ... ... |d.
I I'^lr, rhu 9aturds
(Ingle copt ... i >Veek|v .......4}.|
\lonl ill' ('l
inti" l> ... ... .. 4.
liHV.i.l.
Veany i'-
I'AY M'.l in' \ IWANCI .
( r in-1 inaertii
for tecnnd inscit
11 i Pn sufoeq
\ .-11 i-cment
>u pence pet line
i; iImpc pence per line
id one penny | ei
ri Hone.
iiirler eidhl lint- i^.
The i number of "The
Strombus" is iow r<*ady.
I ins numb* contains several
articles of intlrest.
Advertisements, etc., for the
Novi mb t nunber are now in
urder.
In Saturdays issue we referred
to tin- Motor'Frances I'." hat
inft been detained at Miami to
be fumigate! by the U, S. Au
thorities, thisVequirement is not
confined to [the "Frances E"
but appliesfo all other vessels
taking " < n
Nassau and Miami.
j
Mr. O. I". Conover, Repre-
senting Button l~ I'avis Co.,
Wholesale (jfoccis of New York
City, wh i arrived hv the last
Steamer, has opened Ins office
and Sample rooms in the Im-
perial Theatre building, Fred-
ii ii '. Si: et, Mr Conover will
remain in Nassau until the 7th
November.
>
Messrs, \V. Richardson and
E. Syni< >tic-tie were among the
passengers l>y the mail schonn-
it "Columbia") from Inagua, on
Friday morning last.
>
The vhr. S.n.ili I'". Douglass"
arrived from Miami yesterday
antl mo ninujwitli lumber.shinlgles,
fertilizers and the following pas-
sengers.
Mis-. Ophelia Miller; Mesdames
gstella Miller and infant, (.'lenien-
tu.a Hill's, Margaret Gltnton, and
Mercy Smith; MessrsHenry Miller,
Charles Glinton, Nathaniel Rolle,
Joseph Strachan, Henry Donethan,
Thomas Will'ams, John Humes,
and Jacob Mitchell 111
*r
The Srhr. "Admiral" arrived
vest-id tv morning from Miami
with gasoline, dynamite and lime
a* cargt and the following pis
senger-.
Mrs Maggie BuiTOWS and infant;
Messrs Rric Kemp, Itai ih Moxey,
Richard Chipman, and Felix 14)
j
Tli- Motor "Fran, es F..'* arrived
yesterday afternoon, with orange-
boxes, ice, gasoline, and coton
fed meal and passengers as fol-
low*.
Miri *Hter Mo s: Mrs. ^usan
Gibson, M irgaret Rollt, and ! II 1
H. \\ 1I1 n Mid child: Mew pre 1
Sunner, Mich Shalkntes and 'Sim-
eon Ch ifle-
*Renal i ited.
THE 111'Id. GATR8IEEL
ARCH BRIDGE
Ih II Gate Bridge, which i* now
b >in : constructed icros East Riv-
er, New Y'i i;, m a link to conn
New England with the We*t and
South, will contain the longest
steel arch span ivit built. The
bridge is a part of the Nw York
I onnecting Railroad, built by the
New Haven and the Pennsylvania
systems, In carry traffic from north
of Harlem River to Long Inland
and to relieve the (i and Central
Station The road will have four
tracks, will he 10 miles long, and
will cost (30,000,000 JJMi"tit IS,
Koo ft. of it will he 'carried on
bridges and viaducts fri'in iO to
MS ft. above the ground. A mag-
nificent view of the Hell Gate
Bridge isa featurcof the Novem-
bei Popular Mechanics Magazine,
THE NEW BOSTON
1 USTOM HOUSE
Unique* among public build-
ups in America is the new cus.
tomhoute which is being erected
in Boston, It is to he a tower, 505
ft. high, and in design is {virtually
a monument to crown the pyrami-
dal sky line of the city. The old
pyramidal shape of the city with
the golden dome of the Starehouse
at its apex has been destroyed by
the building of skyscrapers. Bos-
ton's building laws now forbid the
erection of private structures more
than 1 j5 ft. high, and the new-
customhouse i* designed to ris
re its surroundings and form the
dominating feature in any view of
the city. A view of the budding
appears in the November Popular
Mechanics Magazine.
POSTAG1 -STAMP VENDING
MACHINE ADOP1 ED
An entirely new postage-stamp
vending machine, which has been
adopted by the government, will, in
course of tune, supplant hundreds
of employes and close the retail
stamp windows in many of the
larger post offices of the country,
One or more* wholesale windows
will lie maintained foi those who
hase stamps in quantities r
who use the less common denom
nations. I his ma will
also find a pi ice in the sub-tat ions,
and possibly in the bi|
stores. There are no levers or knobs
to be worked by the public, the
mechanism of the machine, which
sells one and two-cents stamps,
being operatid by a trigger or
pulled when the pennies afe dropp-
ed in the slots.
CABLEGRAMS
Washington, 25.The United
States government is preparing to
notify the nations of the world
generally that au\ interfe 1 1 m
Mexican ad iis will be regarded as
unfriendly to this government,
The British Embassy here loUay
at the direction of ili<- fori
olfice officially advised Secretary
Bryan that the British government
Iironoonced asunauthentic the now
ainou-i interview credited to Sir
Lionel Carden, expressing the view
that the UnBed States did not un-
derstand conditions 111 Mexico.
Dawson, 25.-54 bodies hat been
recovered tonight from the mine.
Government experts now in charge
of the rescue work concede thai
acx) bodies still are within the gas
filled chambers.


i ii !: r u i ii n m;.
Cleveland, ()( io, 25 Mrs Pa11It-
hui.-i, the English Suffragette,
nrrived here tonight For bet speak-
ing tour df Ohio,
Washington, 35.Millions of
dollars worth of imp* ns may be
affected by a decision :>f the I
sury department today refusing
t<> prohibit under the new larifi
law the entry from Great Rritain
of bagging for cotton alleged to
have been manufactured in part by
ivict labour.
B unbkv, 25 -'I he B' ml ) sh re
cet was cli sed ye*terd ly in
consequent e ol h panic (< ll> ing
a tremendous fall in Bombay mill
es an I the Failure of a broker
for approximately 800.1
London, 25.Const em ition has
! fen 1 u- .it all the London
music halls in inch
11:110 in "Oriental dpi
forms pai t of the perl
the action of the Bishop >l K n
ton and nthei cl< 1 '- man in
protesting against the ski tch en-
titled ' \ la Carte" in hi< It '
I teslys is appe irii : t : he Pal 11
Theafe
I he I ord ( han berlain
warned the man red Bill t,
that il 1 "i I ic moralit) is ul n
further his license for st
will be cam el led.
London, 25,Chaucell m Lloyd
rgtr, speaking for an \h'Into
ly unanimous cabinet," n "1
inon i ntous rtecfarat ion 1
a 1 >\\ indon, \\ hen In deinih-d 'he
gnvei nments p'op ' rleilin
wi Ii the I. ml problem. Th< j are
rd upon be pi ii>ci|' 1 >1 'he
i.nption by the state of tin 1 on
tiol of the land monopo
\ n 'in itry of I inds ill be set
up, which w ill ii"' !:
the ranctiou of t:." board ol
culture, l ui have new and I iig
p 1W1 r- for tlie rontrul aftd d
opment of la n
The propo-i I- give the farmer
-1 in it v of tenure
Maiden Trip
New Three Masted Schooner
CORIKTHIA
W/ILL Ii N -.hi for 1 '
W noiiville, I- 1 .
10th N*vembi r, Ii mi I irieiu ii -
ilucement offers m II touch ; t
\h .mi "i the iy 1 p.
I'm Freight '* P
1 1
I I ,. i l'\-' I .
FOH Rl \ :.
17(1, ,ml 1 IU \ 1 '.
J pres nl oci upied ' B. P.
Sturrup L-q. rmssession u ven ihi.
August.
I'.pply I .
WALTER K. M' OR E
STANDARD OIL COS
Gasoline
Drums no Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands
on arm.il "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
THERE
22cts.
GALL
Cash on I >< liverv.
C. C. s lUNDERS.
1913.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received;
WILLIAMS
I ill SHOFM VN
I 1 is just add. il to hi- ahc idy
in the Ii
I uglisli and Ame.
in-.in I inn!-. Ellg.
h-h and American
I Iress -uii I asi s
line id u huh
made of conipres-
fibn
Kit Bags, Sati bels, \tt >< I
and -oile 1 Limn Bag*
|'iires more intei esting 1 h in
I 'en on- on 1I1 eve 1 >l
travelling will h
1 1 \- -11 1 his [>-
paitmeut and m
,, ..'n1 "i
WILLIAM-'
ILKS VI.E iNU RF I" ML
DEPARTMI
to '.
n 1
I I \ \" I \ ( 1 !... 11 Mpp-'inled
fl AliKVI'l 'ES 1'IXK-
I'll. 1 l/.l-U' HI
the I'. 11 nn.is I 1 1 10 Mi|
'. ,|||| 1 V- 'III illll-
II I" I II .11
n l ol
.O. .-- Yori
: 1 1 III* Ii' 1)
1 ,,| liiii .11 j in) c. .;:i 1.1--1 !:
I linl-i- III \.'l\ 'l I HIM
M. 11 11 km me pr i
I si, '" t ike miv one
- Ii.
I iini d (mill 1 ; ill i ii i>.
I z 11 1 v it ions 111 Nil.ui
'< hi '|| must rclllVm ' Nll> one lliiit
M.ij. 1 1 1 uii/. 1 is ihe kind best
I (.1 mil soil I 1 the growing
d pineapple*,
W VLTER K MOORE.
>esh Just Arrivea
Q)\' SEEDS from I'eneriffi
in I .ill othei V '
AI IOOTES.
I'nV stir. I,
ARE REASONS
why good housewives
shoilil use
Sunlight Soq)
1. > H
It is guaranteed absolutely
pure, atul tliereiore will 11 >t
injure the clothes. It wo
for you, and nt the same ti
saves you money. It is the
best soap thai skill tod money
can produce! (Jive it a trial
and you will be convinced of
its value.
BKOTOBI
Kit') ill EM LIMITED.
pom w mi w 11 hN(>l VN"
*lp^^i^^,^,^^w,

.'1
NASSAU
Bargain House
\i, '.: o -. ing by tn-day*i
er. A largi y ol Ne goods:
BLANKETS, BLANKETS.
AGRE \ I n Lm of All
Wool Hlai
. : ml l 1
[V I l.ee weie b u lit .1 much
lv n the in irkel
HIS .O ill |ll Hi-,
I Case 11 : din ct
from ah English clu.ei .-i
Js Io ()s. ,1 ;, ,11.
Strav
H us.
A l.o ue .issimi. I idies' Wintei
- From 1 os, 1 1 j 1 \ .
\ i; trgain m Mack I lose
I a) is. pur,
r ] t ol Lndiee
. \ 1,1 ii if qu ilitv, >\ hite Shin
V\ lists |ai )- I '"' ""s'
>\ .11 t, ,1 1 wi H h mu 11 more.
\\ in; mis m I..ill' \\ I
(', ids in Vlaiqti Ite, Voi e, Ma-
hi-. Suitings, 1..1 '\ ns .V
\ j 1 yd*. Hi mi-, d- 1
h ns, I' 1 it.
\l,..i| ,1 SI 0 -i \ j- I
on o. oi .i'. ll ; 1 .
\ I-. Ml rORt
V)ll E.
'"pMH- '- 10 infori 1 my P 'iron
I .11. 1 'i. |\i in 1 inieral
tl.ut I luivr op 11 d n v Public
lil.i'k S :.iili si.,,|,, nml .on now
) to do anythiiix in the Im
General repair or new work Horse
shoeing specially. All work doue
Mechanically.
P. \. Muyler,
Bay Strei t. East (Wh.nl
FRESH
JIBT ARRIVED
AN cvtrri l.nru"' assortment ol
||..li|.,v i rid Candies.
such .is
d
mi tie
ft.iinh i Mixe
1 ii* n
I" laiion
Our Hii ind 25other dim-rent
1 Cakes M 121 t. per Ih Mixed
Candies It lid per Ih Also thr
!' ||,,.\ 1 ': .it f>
rts, In 1 " ' i.O. l\ Pii
Lunch Bit uita. I hi - are un
ed in quality.
\ 1 roOTEl
Rast I'.iy Sti
Shingles
Desl No. 1 Hearl 5m. Cypreaj
Shingles at $9.1 1 pet thou^
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
j(|do shingles.
Special Price
also on rlteapi r gradesalsB
,,11. Cy|ress nl $6.72 perl
mil of 2i bundles. '1 '.is
price martt p ible by a tri iy
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving ever;
\\> ek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
,1, N. P..
s. |il. >6, 1913.
rou SALE
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