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i it E i K if ii n M bend lo head, tlie one competing with the other (or the "cup or belt," what is io he expected when one claims superiority Moth are chums and neithi i the more revered position, I.ess than four month! ago, to our surprise what could we see but the Shepherd and his lambs in i nt together, one suing iheother For cake I Churchman Jones had a reason for Baying "Let your light shine,"—and I must add, that men may fee your g od works. Now Mr Editor, Cat Island peo pie are not the fools that many suspect. We have "sublimity" as our mark, and are making tracks toward the "Golden G Knowledge." Wc arc not sa!; with the present grovelling stale of affairs here when we know that bettei cin he done. There is n< i i i iggi rat ion in the statement that the affors of our once prosperous p irish are in great need of improvement, and a ;• dcllmg is highly necessary, lours tiulv. l'h.sSIN 1ST. WILSON' CIIV, ABACO, X iveml er 3rd 1913 To the Editor of The Tribune Dear Sir. It is with mill li i ief and sorrow tli it 1 have to publish the death nrl m\ I el iv %  ] wife Savnlita Reekley—-which occurred on the 3rd November, at Wilson City, Al at the age of 51 years, sinl husband and seven children to mi then hi-s, which we know is Ji -us' gain, I he body was tal an from Wilson City to Mope Town for interment, the funeral servii being conducted by the Rev.G VI Drmaine, She was a true follow < f of the Methodist Church, and died itrong in the faith oF Jesus Christ. Before passing away she called her children and counseled them how to live right, assuring them that if they followed in her footsteps they would meet her in heaven. I desire to thank 1 he General Managi r, Mr. John Meeker, and all the rest of my kind Friends for the able and kindly assistance they rendered me in mv bereavement Her last spiritual conns, I was with the Rev. P. J. Ball. Yours 11 ulv ALBERI RECKLEY MAKING SHINGLESFROM OLD SI IMPS M ikinp shingles from the old %  ttl npS of cedar tree* ill it once covered the western slope of the Casca le 1 ingeof mountains is a profitable though coinp native ly unknown busin The new forests |and swampi are searched for these old stumps, which are sawed into "bolt" lengths and hauled to the 111 HI st shingle mill, of which many are to be found in tins region, Many of the old stumps are so large that, in some instances, 10,000 shingles have been obtained from a MIIIC one. 1, 0 ST L AST NIGHT, Tuesday i8th, t a Full grown White Ewe Sheep, with one brown spt. Ren aid. Inform Tribune." N 0 T 1 C E Gasoline S I KNDARl) Oil. CO'S G .S. oi.l\'l. Sold In quantities ine Gallon and upwards for one shilling a galIon. I Irums of 50 % %  .all ns at 2' cents a ga 1 to return when empty. 'I hese special I h uins do wiih the necessity 1 I buying a I ank. C. C. SAUNDERS. N ; ., 11)1 ). IMPERIAL THF.ATR.E 51 IMETH1NG NEW TOR Wednesday Nov. 19 MISS LENORA SYLVESTER will sing 'Yl IU made ine hue \ mi' anil % %  < Hi 1 Nassaus only female in.; 1 a Is 1 \ Powers Dram 1 in a Re The Tramp Repor ter THE HONEYMOON L< IDGING A Champion THE COWBOYS LEAP YEAR A st reaming fai And the |MI I 1 is. W E would I form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on hind an extensive Stock of HAVANA 1 IGARS, Wi guarantee our brand to be made o! the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana fillers throughout. 'These Cigars are manufactured on our 1 vr^mi — b) skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article ol sui erioi qu ility. \\\r MII r.-swe have met w ith m the past leads us onfidentl) to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. T. -\l ND1 RS X to. Ma\ Si NOTICE! Gasoline A w \ N I E D 1 •. 01 Chi -t HI 11 \ i.jil al Ti ibiine Office" J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCig-ar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. \\ \ \ I i I) E MPLOYMFNI by a II Appjj at I illume OlTnv" Fresh Just Arrived 0 \h iv SEI HFrom I rneriffi and all "ihei Vi H id AI lOOTE'S. 49<) Hay Stn S i \\D\RI) Oil en, ilene sol i in i| lint it n I Ions HI I upward for one shilling per gallon it tin 1 liila.; a Vessel F01 --iii ih quanti| ties, I ti urns had with "di urn lots,' jubj ci in retum w hen 1 mpiy Rl 1 the Fifth I ais (Old at $ 11%  m disci ninl [. o. b, fad 11 j lIsO loi II11 e. I'. c\ les rente I frr iw a week, \u'ii no ile and bicycle supples MI stock. Cylindei oil and \uto (irease a specially. I '.HI even sell you a 1 sry eonve drum it h f mi it to 1 g isoline. i'ome and th-in. Apply to I. P. SIMM-?, ,|7 Mi, kei Stn I MoV. 18, I'M.!. Shingle s Besl No. 1 leai t 5'm. Cypi Shingles at $9.61 1 pet 1 liou sand of JO bundles I discounts on lol sof < iver 500(1 shingles. Special Price .1I-11 on cheaper gi 111 also 5U1. Cypress al $6.72 p r thousand ol JO bundles. This prii e madi p issible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every w< rk. C. C. SAl'NDKRS. ANOFHr.R SHIPMENT OF TRL'NKS AND I.KATIIKR GOODS. J.isi Received: ll/ILLIAMS V\ I HE SHOEM W II pi-t add d to his alre laiie suppl) in the line. I nglish and American I 1 Ullks. T liftlisll and Anal nan Dress Suit l 11 ol winch are made of compress, fibre Kit ; hels, Attaches, and Soiled I.men Bags at p is more interesting than evi I '1 1 mis mi the B\ e of travelling will do Well to VIS it t his I). paituient and make li selection now. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE W'n RETAIL DI PAR I MENT. JJQ |'i;i v-stieet. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Lai : Imenl of I luluI is 1 all 1 ''d i indies direct ftoiu the Factory such as \<.i m il iw Mixed ()ui I n I ing I 'Ian lation Oui I Inhliv and 55 oilier diffeient Mil 1 %  it 1 sets pei lb Mixed I hes Ht 18 1 % %  pel lh Also the follow mg Cakes in Pat leases at '• (is R 1 n Cookies, O. U. Pies and LlliH It HisCUitS, Thfse are unc i|ualcd in quality. ATTOOTE-S



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Nullius addictus |urnre lr\ vcrba magistri. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master. VOL. V Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. November 19. 1915 No. >04 LKON l l l>l PI l '!. IDIT( >fl mi PBOPIII 01 I'i I II M KI.I.T SI Kl MAS. HLISHEU 13XII "i Monday, A/edaetd \y ipj ... |d, | •41M I • %  V ••• I'I A ... ... 4 i<< Ihl) erh y irh PAYARLr IS M> Advert l|" f.,, %  ond i i %  *.'. : i; am • r fll|,v r Ai 1, line* |(. Tlllv N! \Y I 'IUI I. M \ I I D SCH i >NER "( <>K1\ | HI \" l',y (lie < %  -iii t.%  us int itation of Mi I. < i. Johnson w i Hie "Corinihia" tbii ii in I there met Ihe Mtistei I '.l veljn Clei re, MJ. Johnson ki dly sb • %  %  'I us %  il,.> tliip w ; • %  idently lantially buill ai d v fi M-! ed lie Ii is %  il het liull. '1 he v al in in well desi lin h iving B -i 1 Iis Male room ; I here is a <'11111 %  •_saloon, ilr i I he deck, which is broad and little obstruct* d save b) two Unit hw ij affords great spare foi lumbet, I he c Inn Ihe main di i k on to .< sin ill put I he dt ck In mse is bin d Ihe :i rsl ,II il .ill' PI ds at • %  '•in ii' lion I'H ley on Ihe I' '• •-M!.' Her l i lent and i j I is ill new A ire and fitted. In •-init i the ship sppe rs in ha' i illy | I i l he "Coi intbia was '< i II HIITI Island bj Mi tt ird Roberts, • Idi I • B i I Mr, 1 R< iberts who is the bui ..l the "Pi >neer,""H iu\i "Mable Darling," "Kale Sti i up,.' "Mar) Culmer," i nt," 'Blaot li".' "Baalrii e," and uise l." VVi • i learn th il the fathet hi tire from HI work, I nit bis son I'd ward, who h B alwa sist ant, li is < crl linly made a mai l. in first model in iiir "Cortnthia," 11< i dii sioni ire, 90 Ft. k i i ,l" I-1. I leep, l be Ket I was laid in I 1 : ,1 r. she was mccessfully I mm !"• 1. In : ds from 1 '.nil', on |'ily 83rd, 1913. I eCot intbia'a I ive wood, II I M idicra. Hi t I det \<, "! p ... \\. h 1 that %  $14,000 to build. S 1 w ell boill at l 1 igg< d, Mr, K I • foi the model and good workmanship, the I gratulated, as rt of the fabric looks very %  1',. the executive part in "l>tainjng all the matei ial The win' %  •••ill "I workers an to be roi it< -i. is owned principally b) Mr. T. ",. lohnson, he h iving |, Mr, I. II. Bi > IIP, ',. %  '""I Mr, A. '''' The"I 'ormtbi 1" makes het Maid i 1 p in lai 1." nville and will 1, turn i" N '-iu ''Ii ;| load ol luml i'" and g isol ne, I he "Tnbu es tin Cotinthia" in 11 y yea her owners %  > hich thi ir undertakii The Mol .1 "Pi IIK I E left this ling for Mr.mi M 1 ,1 the l"llowin j p issengi rs 1 Misses MHH': v 1 Dorsett, luli 1 Wall 11 e.Ruth Kemp, Lou Be Clarke R ilda Cl irke Myitis Bode, and 1I1I.1 hiiy I ; Mesd imes Regin 1 V. M irion Clarke, I lien I. Bodi. Julia Pulti r, M 1 j \'in Di ughty, F Ivina II ..in 1, Mai in, 1 %  Strnch in, and Mary Bethel. M g B mj HI. in Flowers,Cli irles c"l Benj imin McKenzie, I 1 Francis, Mich >rl "Storr, Ben jiiinn Darling, Deal I John l>"i kins, Micbai 1 I lean, Chas Hiltoo, Edward Black, I mi -. Saun iers, I %  ic Pratt, I barb 9 .. 11. nrj Smith, Ira I' B ,, in Bro 1 it, I harles Bulier, Ai.a'i Smith, Charln Bethel, and Winter Bethel, (37) How ihg is the I'i ogt auime that will Mini red by 1 I Band, on the Library Green, to. morrow evenirig, beginning B.15, Programme M irch 1 he Thunderbolt Baisers M in f"he Chit, Itv II ished Brown Selection The Ragtime Revue \ The <)ld W< 1 ling ( i own in Step i baret C Hungarian, ting W ( Services will be held at K imp's M irine store "it Folly Hill l'lim-; %  at 7 "'1 lock, I he sub the "PI %  ol Salvation" All .: illy invited. 1 lon'l miss Hie Imperi il's SI to-night, dvi rtisemeot, The Bight, Cat Island, 1 ol Nov. 1 The Editor. IU Sir, I 1 the letter of Churchmi which appeared i" yout papers 1 few telling us •>( the low of our Church, I si • .1 >l • .I truth winch only too plainly verifies itself daily. 'I he people in Nas iau and .11 oilier places little know wh a we have to put up v. ith. h is fearful and surprising to sec bow opti nism h is given way 10 one "I the wontt f Tins of pt in ism. Can ii be possible th it a "sq iare las g| into a round hofe If MI, ihe rotundity of the Ii ile will ssaril) be spoiled. Why spoil ..I loldier or a s tilor for a bad 1 11. When iii" right man bits Ihe right job, he infuses lif into every part connected tberewith, an 1 jives .1 | 1.1 all c mceined. Sluggishi e -, tfulness partiality, etc. sh Ii,. 1 xtermin 11• -11 from ,i|| i quiet -.iileinent. But what is to fa ' '"'" in the "gt ib foi p cuntnrj 1 t ]i/. in HI, a noble sailoi liappens to I... disguist d in pi 1 J ruffi m in tii.it ol his mastei '• < tne %  ."i '-11 .ly s irniise what results would be. In on j miality 1 feai would -o'li banish him. When captain and crew danca


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Nullius addictus |urnre lr\ vcrba magistri.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master.
VOL. V
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. November 19. 1915
No. >04
LKON l l l>l PI l '!.
I- DIT( >fl mi PboPIII
01 I'i I II M KI.I.T SI Kl
, MAS.
HLISHEU 13XII "i
Monday, A/edaetd \y
ipj ... |d,
! |
41M I V I'I
A ... ... 4i<<
' Ihl)
erh ......
y irh
PAYARLr IS M>
Advert l|"
f.,, ,, ond i i*.'.: i; am rfll|,v r
Ai1, line* |(.
Tlllv N! \Y I 'IUI I.
M \ I I D SCH i >NER
"( <>K1\ | HI \"
l',y (lie < -iii t.- us int itation of
Mi I. < i. Johnson w i Hie
"Corinihia" tbii ii in I there
met Ihe Mtistei I '.l veljn
Clei re,
Mj. Johnson ki dly sb 'I us
il,.> tliip w; idently
lantially buill ai d v
fi M-! ed lie Ii is " il
het
liull. '1 he v al in in well
desi lin h iving b -i1 i-
is Male room ; I here is a '
<'11111 _- saloon, ilr i
I he
deck, which is broad and little
obstruct* d save b) two Unit hw ij .
affords great spare foi -
lumbet, I he c Inn Ihe
main di i k on to .< sin ill put
I he dt ck In mse is bin d Ihe
:i rsl ,ii il .ill'pids at 'in ii'
lion I'H
ley on Ihe I' '
-m!.' Her l i
lent and i j I
is ill new a ire and fitted. In
-init i the ship sppe rs in ha'
i illy | I i
l he "Coi intbia was '< i
II hIiti Island bj Mi tt ird
Roberts, Idi I B i I Mr, 1
R< iberts who is the bui
..l the "Pi >neer,""H iu\i
"Mable Darling," "Kale Sti i up,.'
"Mar) Culmer," i nt,"
'Blaot li".' "Baalrii e," and uise
l."
VVi i learn th il the fa-
thet hi tire from hi
work, I nit bis son I'd ward, who h B
alwa sist
ant, li is < crl linly made a mai l. in
first model in iiir "Cortnthia,"
11< i dii.....sioni ire, 90 Ft. k
! i i ,l"
I-1. I leep,
l be Ket I was laid in I 1
: ,1 r. she was mccessfully
I mm !" 1. In : ds from
1 '.nil', on |'ily 83rd, 1913.
I eCot intbia'a I ive
wood, II I M idicra. Hi t
I det \<, "!
p ... \\. h 1 that
$14,000 to build. S 1
w ell boill at l 1 igg< d, Mr, K I
foi the
model and good workmanship, the
I gratulated, as
rt of the fabric looks very
'
1',. the executive part in "l>-
tainjng all the matei ial
The win' ill "I workers an to
be roi it< -i.
is owned principally b) Mr.
T. ",. lohnson, he h iving |, Mr, I.
II. Bi > iip, ',. '""I Mr, A.
''''
The"I 'ormtbi 1" makes het Maid
i 1 p in lai 1." nville and will
1, turn i" N '-- iu ''Ii ;| load ol
luml !i'" and g isol ne,
I he "Tnbu es tin Co-
tinthia" in 11 y yea
her owners > hich
thi ir undertakii
The Mol .1 "Pi iik i E left this
ling for Mr.mi m 1 ,1 the l"l-
lowin j p issengi rs 1
Misses Mhh':v. 1 Dorsett, luli 1
Wall 11 e.Ruth Kemp, Lou Be Clarke
R ilda Cl irke Myitis Bode, and
1I1I.1 hiiy I ;
Mesd imes Regin 1 V.
M irion Clarke, I lien I. Bodi. Julia
Pulti r, M 1 j \'in Di ughty, F Ivina
II ..in 1, Mai in, 1
Strnch in, and Mary Bethel.
M g B mj hi.in Flowers,Cli irles
c"l Benj imin McKenzie,
I 1 Francis, Mich >rl "Storr, Ben
jiiinn Darling, Deal I
John l>"i kins, Micbai 1 I lean, Chas
Hiltoo, Edward Black, I mi -.
Saun iers, I ic Pratt, I barb 9
.. 11. nrj Smith, Ira I'
B ,, in Bro 1 it, I harles Bulier,
Ai.a'i Smith, Charln Bethel, and
Winter Bethel, (37)
How ihg is the I'i ogt auime
that will Mini red by 1 I
Band, on the Library Green, to.
morrow evenirig, beginning B.15,
Programme
M irch 1 he Thunderbolt
Baisers
M in f"he Chit,
Itv II ished Brown
Selection The Ragtime Revue
\ The <)ld W< 1 ling (iown
in Step i baret C
Hungarian,
ting
W (
Services will be held at K imp's
M irine store "it Folly Hill l'lim--
; at 7 "'1 lock, I he sub
the "PI '! ol Salva-
tion" All .: illy invited.
1 lon'l miss Hie Imperi il's SI
to-night, dvi rtisemeot,
The Bight, Cat Island,
1 ol Nov. 1
The Editor. IU
Sir,
I 1 the letter of Churchmi !
which appeared i" yout papers 1
few telling us >( the low
of our Church, I si .1 >l
.I truth winch only too plainly
verifies itself daily. 'I he people
in Nas iau and .11 oilier places little
know wh a we have to put up v. ith.
h is fearful and surprising to sec
bow opti nism h is given way 10
one "I the wontt f Tins of pt
in ism.
Can ii be possible th it a "sq iare
las g| into a round hofe If
mi, ihe rotundity of the Ii ile will
ssaril) be spoiled. Why spoil
, ..I loldier or a s tilor for a
bad 1 11. When iii" right man
bits Ihe right job, he infuses lif
into every part connected tbere-
with, an 1 jives .1 |
1.1 all c mceined. Sluggishi e -,
tfulness partiality, etc. sh
Ii,. 1 xtermin 11 -11 from ,i||i '
quiet -.iileinent.
But what is to fa '"'"
in the "gt ib foi p cuntnrj 1
t]i/. in hi, a noble sailoi liappens to
I... disguist d in pi 1 J
ruffi m in tii.it ol his mastei '
< tne ."i '-11 .ly s irniise what re-
sults would be. In on j miality 1
feai would -o'li banish him.
When captain and crew danca


i it E i K if ii n M
bend lo head, tlie one competing
with the other (or the "cup or belt,"
what is io he expected when one
claims superiority Moth are chums
and neithi i the more re-
vered position,
I.ess than four month! ago, to
our surprise what could we see but
the Shepherd and his lambs in
i nt together, one suing iheother
For cake I Churchman Jones had
a reason for Baying "Let your light
shine,"and I must add, that men
may fee your g od works.
Now Mr Editor, Cat Island peo
pie are not the fools that many
suspect. We have "sublimity" as
our mark, and are making tracks
toward the "Golden G
Knowledge." Wc arc not sa!;
with the present grovelling stale
of affairs here when we know that
bettei cin he done.
There is n< i i i iggi rat ion in the
statement that the affors of our
once prosperous p irish are in great
need of improvement, and a ;
dcllmg is highly necessary,
lours tiulv.
l'h.sSIN 1ST.
WILSON' CIIV, ABACO,
X iveml er 3rd 1913
To the Editor of The Tribune
Dear Sir.
It is with mill li i ief and sorrow
tli it 1 have to publish the death nrl
m\ I el iv ] wife Savnlita Reek-
ley-which occurred on the 3rd
November, at Wilson City, Al
at the age of 51 years, sin- l
husband and seven children to
mi then hi-s, which we know
is Ji -us' gain, I he body was tal an
from Wilson City to Mope Town
for interment, the funeral servii
being conducted by the Rev.G VI
Drmaine, She was a true follow < f
of the Methodist Church, and died
itrong in the faith oF Jesus Christ.
Before passing away she called her
children and counseled them how
to live right, assuring them that if
they followed in her footsteps they
would meet her in heaven.
I desire to thank 1 he General
Managi r, Mr. John Meeker, and all
the rest of my kind Friends for the
able and kindly assistance they
rendered me in mv bereavement
Her last spiritual conns, I was
with the Rev. P. J. Ball.
Yours 11 ulv
ALBERI RECKLEY
MAKING SHINGLESFROM
OLD SI IMPS
M ikinp shingles from the old
ttl npS of cedar tree* ill it once
covered the western slope
of the Casca le 1 ingeof mountains
is a profitable though coinp native
ly unknown busin The new
forests |and swampi are searched
for these old stumps, which are
sawed into "bolt" lengths and
hauled to the 111 hi st shingle mill,
of which many are to be found
in tins region, Many of the old
stumps are so large that, in some
instances, 10,000 shingles have
been obtained from a miiIc one.
1, 0 ST
LAST NIGHT, Tuesday i8th,
t a Full grown White Ewe
Sheep, with one brown spt.
Ren aid. Inform Tribune."
N 0 T 1 C E
Gasoline
SI KNDARl) Oil. CO'S G .S.
oi.l\'l. Sold In quantities
ine Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a galIon.
I Irums of 50 .all ns at 2' cents
a ga 1 to return when
empty.
'I hese special I h uins do
wiih the necessity 1 I buying a
I ank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
N ; ., 11)1 ).
IMPERIAL
THF.ATR.E
51 IMETH1NG NEW TOR
Wednesday Nov. 19
MISS LENORA SYLVESTER
will sing
'Yl IU made ine hue \ mi'
anil
< Hi 1
Nassaus only female
in.; 1
a Is 1
\ Powers Dram 1 in a Re
The Tramp
Repor ter
THE HONEYMOON
L< IDGING
A Champion
THE COWBOYS LEAP YEAR
A st reaming fai
And the |mi I 1 is.
WE would I form all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on hind an extensive Stock of HAVANA 1 IGARS, Wi
guarantee our brand to be made o! the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana fillers throughout.
'These Cigars are manufactured on our 1 vr^mi b) skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article ol sui erioi qu ility.
\\\r mii r.-s- we have met w ith m the past leads us onfidentl) to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. T. -\l ND1 RS X to.
Ma\ Si
NOTICE!
Gasoline A
w\NIED
1 .
01 Chi -t hi 11
\ i.jil al Ti ibiine Office"
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCig-ar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
Its excellent quality.
\\ \ \ I i I)
EMPLOYMFNI by a II
Appjj at I illume OlTnv"
Fresh Just Arrived
0\h iv SEI H- From I rneriffi
and all "ihei Vi h id
AI lOOTE'S.
49<) Hay Stn
Si \\D\RI) Oil en- ilene
sol i in i| lint it n I Ions
hi I upward for one shilling per
gallon it tin 1
liila.; a Vessel F01 --iii ih quanti-
| ties,
I ti urns had with "di urn
lots,' jubj ci in retum w hen 1 mpiy
Rl 1 the Fifth I ais (Old at
$ 11- m dis-
ci ninl [. o. b, fad 11 j .
lIsO loi II11 e.
I'. c\ les rente I frr iw a week,
\u'ii no ile and bicycle supples
mi stock. Cylindei oil and
\uto (irease a specially.
I '.hi even sell you a 1 sry eonve
drum it h f mi it to
1 g isoline. i'ome and
th-in.
Apply to
I. P. SIMM-?,
,|7 Mi, kei Stn I
MoV. 18, I'M.!.
Shingle
s
Besl No. 1 leai t 5'm. Cypi
Shingles at $9.61 1 pet 1 liou
sand of jo bundles
I discounts on lol sof < iver
500(1 shingles.
Special Price
.1I-11 on cheaper gi 111 also
5U1. Cypress al $6.72 p r
thousand ol jo bundles. This
prii e madi p issible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
w< rk.
C. C. SAl'NDKRS.
ANOFHr.R SHIPMENT
OF TRL'NKS AND I.KATIIKR
GOODS. J.isi Received:
ll/ILLIAMS
V\ I HE SHOEM W
II pi-t add d to his alre
laiie suppl) in the line.
I nglish and Ame-
rican I 1 Ullks. T lift-
lisll and Anal nan
Dress Suit l
11 ol winch are
made of compress,
fibre
Kit ; hels, Attaches,
and Soiled I.men Bags at
p is more interesting than
evi
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travelling will do
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paituient and make
li selection now.
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE W'n RETAIL
DI PAR I MENT.
jjq |'i;i v-stieet.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Lai : Imenl of
I luluI is 1 all 1 ''d i indies
direct ftoiu the Factory such as
\<.imil iw Mixed
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Oui I Inhliv and 55 oilier diffeient
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follow mg Cakes in Pat leases at '
(is R 1 n Cookies, O. U. Pies and
LlliH It HisCUitS, Thfse are unc i|ual-
cd in quality.
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