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London 26 —King George wit-' Wed his. first baseball gama toV when the N'ew York and Chijo's clubs played n game at helse f<> tball field. I lie Chici. h won by .1 score of 5 to 4. King Nrge and Ins suite occupied >• royal box. 15,000 persons witnessed the me. The Earl of Chesteifi Id, 0 was in the kings personal par. was the victim of crooks. Some ly relieved I,,,,, ,,f a scar j pj fl lied .ct /"500. London, 26. Sir John Tenniel, "I Englands most famous carmists died todav, aged 94 Belfast, 26 -The White Star! ner Britannic, 55,000 tons, was unched today. She is 905 feel Iff. It is claimed she will be able float with any six compartments! ded. Philadelphia, 26. -K itherinej rench, sister of Mis. |ohn Jai oh Itor, wore a purple wig at .1 ball st night. Mrs. Warburton, aj lughter of John Wannamaker, ked down the principal street isteiday wearing a green wig loronto, 26.— Four persons weie lied in a q u irter million dollar t last night. New York. 26.—The World says at the decision in the Becker .se will probably result in the deat of justice. It is not likelv at the District Attorney will be e to get his witnesses together r another trial. Mexico, 2G. rluerta tmliv resed permission to the United ates government to send two Dusaod American marines at the juest of the lej; tiion here. CIRCUS BEGINNING To-night Flying horse gruonds ree OUTSIDE ATTRACTIONS 'NEW NATIONAL" f Health to have their yards and luts thorough!) cle 1 ne I, and to have all rubbish. old cans, bot ties, etc. removed therefrom, befi >re F %  bruary 28th, 1914Accumulations of rubbish placed ai the sides ol streets under this order, ill be removed al the Public exp< use until the date mentioned ; but after that dale, viz. : February a8th, all persi ins who have fa iled to com' ply with tin-, order, will be com pelted to remoN e their accumu lations to the dumping ground at their 0 .vii expense, and will in addition, be liable to pi cution. By onler nf'the Board of I lealth I AMES II. KNOWLES, Clei k to the Board. : ih Januarj 191 \. \\ r'' %  would ..ifiirm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that w n VV haveon i.,nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatre Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. I hese Cigars are manufac'ured on our premises b\ skilled workmen and ere.; 1 pains are taken i" produce an article of superioi quality. Ih • success we have met with m the past leads us confidently toexpect the patronage of cOnnoiseurs. J.'L. SAL'NDERS & Co. l'..i\ Street, LOST 1 \ I > \ "> ifiei 1 11 bet < ei n S, ^_j Francis Javier's Church and Hospiial Str-et \ Cioss Re. ward. l'i in • lo I ribune." S 1 mission '1 i< es : is. 3d. is. 6d. tf< ite Coming for Sal ur-Spanish Mexii an Pi ize I Fight Two extraordii Reels. NOTICE PERSON i Hie warned from liar, bouring i il t ia yean i >l age by llie i e of Berni Ma liIda I hompson, who r.ei nwa\ from aunt's pmtti tion on Sund iy morning, 32nd I %  %  b, Any infoi ma. lion as to hei whereabouts maj givi n tu her HUH) lestinn Bain in the 1 ribune Offi 1." J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. Shingles Best No. 1 Heai t 5111. Cypress Shingles al f 1.1 1 pei thousand ol 20 bundli s I discounts -Hi I. it1 f 1 ivei 5000 shingles. Special Price also on heaper gradi -also 5m. C) press at si, • per thousand of J<> bundles. This price made p. issible by a very large pun ha Fresh st< ick arri\ ing e\ ei v wi ek. C. C. SAUNDERS. N ^SSAU BARi i \l\ ih >L'sE ARE RF.t I IVING Ibis week li %  mi \ 1 IC.I :i r 11 e and Large > —• imenl "f KURNI. I URE 'MiM-i ing ol .1 large variety nf R llh and Wicker Rocking Ch lirs fi >m 1 (-. sig. to %  i t \ ;m .i-st.,, 1. 11I t )nU I'.n lour Tables from 10s. In I -, ( ii ills, and Cllilds, I lesks, Win lit >l •-, ii irds .-ii il Bedsteads, Uuiei.ux Withstands, Al 1 I urge shipment "I [>'• Lola lb v t iooda, I ..lilies and childten'j 11. a-, More pen. SnnitMi y I ha per, Table Napkina, Matting, Ruga, Glass'' are, Enamld Ware, Tinw ire, Notions, Picturea, and 1 ii.'i goods, A 1. MOORE, Jany, 1O1I1, 1914. Market St. R E A I. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. \\/IU.IWIS VV I ill. SHOEA1 \.\ I las jusl HI eived .1 large consignment of Hoots 1 ;. its must of which are SAMPLE LOTS <>f i, 2 and 3 pairs of a d .Hid Style III ill si/.'-, which a 1 e being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In in my instances the discount is lint le-s th, in 30 pei 11 ei on the REGULAR PRIi ES ( ;il| to il ..v ; 111.1 e 11 v mce v uiir sell th.it tins is nn<>ther ha "I those Exceptional Bargains which is ev v now an I tin n offered at WILLIAM*' Wlioi ESALE \\l RETAII SHOE ESI \i',| |s||\||.;\ r. 277 -, I, l(.,\.s|,r, t NOTICE. r lllS is to mi inn rny P itrons and the Public in (ienrral tii.it I have opened my Public Black Smith Simp; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol 1 ieneial repun 01 new woi k Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. riuvlet, liay Street. East (WharP



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Nullius addictus HI,11. ir\ verba mtvuistrt. Being bound lo swear to the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. I*.. Bahamas. Friday. Feburary 27. 1 1 )I4 No. 6 5 1 I ON I. H. DUPI ( II I i II 'i; AND PKOPBII ri B OFFICE u U \i:KI T STREET X.I.in N. "., i. \.IMA P. 41 PI BUSHED DAin \l HI.I.I\ AY Inesda) anri |; jdaj linjtlecop) UMda) I'M I. -a.n ... i ,,);,! uncle cnpt ... i.l •Veelclv 4 ; %  •I" .1 li i v ... .1-4.! 2 I I '' • I > ... ... 1 -. I 1 Venrl< B. ft 11 IV .. I'" p I VARLI IN n\ AMI. A I vert 1-1.1.' Ratei ence pe fi.p first 1 isertion ; threi 1 r lii e '..i econtl insert me|emu i" 1 line f 'i -iil>.i'|niit Vrivertix I 11 inc |8. >lii1 • % %  uni %  "Mi I'm" nr. 1 ive I \ '•-' i I iv -1 • • r no in f Miami with the fol low ing pa M 1 -. I'. Ri I rle; V M. • T M ( "|. II nl 11 '•' |l|| x I For-yth, (1. S|>e % %  \ • I % %  Man BOW en, H nd M 11 \ John\|.'I 1 •!! % %  I'. \ 1',! 11 1 ; • %  v. M ,v A l',l.ml., V, I'. |-1 she M "i Albtiry Hiicl two rhi'd \nnie \lburv, Mr, Mr. A P Krki r. Mr a I M II I. /. nch, Mr an I M s. W. 11, <"In %  • Mi ncl Mrs, \. I". Mi nd Mi --. I 1 ''. % %  Mr. and Mis I ei Mr, and Mi I, I Mi kr, Mr, an I M -. 1 Z. W illowi %  M . : Mr* II mt s I' wen; Me \. M. I VV. \V. D^visG. W. II itherw iv, \. \. (Irnmhy, I rl ,1 ird I Infills, R, Hurry, < Whit lock, S ( %  I ' Brown, 1 In I-.M in \ I S \ 1. dei Bw I'D, nnd < lifford i Mrs I'm I IM11 ; M .-' s 1. 11 \ i .' %  1.1 1,1 \ I %  11. / 11. :n iali K'.i il I ll (.'ox, D ii Sturrup The M 1 r "I K" I. fi Mi..mi on \Yi dues la\ mm 1 with the underna M • *>H I'll.ii. 1 %  U' , ( 1 I ,/..I Ru ell, \lw il.l,, ( u ln 1 .. I dull Bethel, I' vi Ivn I) .rsett, I,, ... VI 11 key. Si ill M u'l.i'v, \nm Haiti 1 and \iinii' Farquharsoi lames F.mih "winders, \ m", v VVeaver, I .ill ie ('1 Imer, I •;, | avlor, Annie Farquliarsnn, and infant. Marion Mackey, and I larriet Farquharson ; Messrs Vbraham Jacob, George William Frederick Moses, Dollor J imes, Ruth* rf.ird M Poll emus I I in I !•... Mus s l.il in MIII, Ebe .1 ihns 'ii, Ell an 1I1 Moss, Wil. ham I : \, I lnli.it 1 • n 1 '"I'n-, Ch tries 1111 ling, I • nisei \l< M nzie, I lowin I Storr, l.iim Curry, Alexander 1 i' "i md Riibeit Williams, Masters Livingstone Weaver, O'ser Culiner f The Mail Steamer "Seguranca" steamed 1 • tin 1 yestet day mori I illowing ire syni ipses of the reel, Tea urns to I. pre. 1 tonight ii the Imperial I "I IK IU Ml \i T NOT SI I". \|." I i cl issic treatment of big lioiu full % %  ( hum 111 11.t p itii 1-. 1 tei prete I by ;> sell ci 1st, ll deals with %  in 1 he un lei wi. id and vividlj 1 s lhe puidying and ing iiifl 1 f a woman's ive, \ |..i AII lui ui ippi ,g |i • i' I ( portt ived. \ SE RI I 'iil iiK SEA" In 1 ivo parts 1-. a spectacul i king ...it [11 if t v h.iiik. r's nel 1 %  IOUS scheme and the 1 INS "I 1 giievous wrong, I hei 1' is n.' 1 -' "I inteiest .11 anv ..I the product ion, I he Mn one \ i\ id realism, cro A.|. ,| u nli efff-ci v • incidents fnmi be. ( %  inning 1 %  everh po t i\a I ..ii I culmi'i iti ndu'.'l ion. I .I miss 1 Ii evening's priigra n will '. %  tn lej 11 ive ) 'i %  •'* ui -in evening's delightful and interesting entertainment. Bermuda hat % %  quired •> new ful dn named the "Queen \ \\ e sa w tIn-in 11' ing M 1 mmoth tui nips, one w eighing 4! Il>\ and yet some say thai Agriculture cannot succeed in the Bahamas, CABLEGR VMS Corrunra, Sp tin, 26. 1 ; v --iif a I >.uiisli bark \ hii It foi : in Bay "f Biscay inded to lay. Seven '.f Ilia crew wi re lost. Montreal, troy? 1I1 hospital annex ol I ie tl I' entifl y Itei \'l laide, \ ; it lou glass Mawson, Australianexpl returned here today I \ntic. He cla ims his P.X| edil ion w IS .1 sii' 1 SS, London, 16, — I'he bistort I I. itlnan Parts I cfi -it WhiteIsii k bm 11 in the M as deslroj mlii mt farge arson squad lod Vlb my, 26. -I'he court of p M Is tod iy set the wi. „ b in ig Apiii 1 ) %  ii as the 11 ne • .1 ex %  i 1. HI uf tnfour gunmen for 1I1 %  murdi 1 nf Rosenl ii il ..f the New V.11 k gaml lei. VV.II saw, 21 \ 1 her nf Ii 1-''vv 1 I iyed by -1 ; : ufti 'a win. li des ended 1.. IJ in the \ lag* ivitzkv, '. M mica, Califo DePal HI won the V un lei 1 .• i.'la\ .He 1 '.'-' %  'I , miles ,in ii I hours Iifty hree minu • s am I 4 1 ids, .1 new record. Oldfi 1 w .is second, \ \ I i : • I I I I, 111 ited V'iu 1, died lo.d-iy, He Was up 1 :i 1 %  • %  1 hciiis t '. I H 6. Ri 1 h %  i Regius, p.ofi 11 ird n I i %  1 iteitl Ities on II .| 1 to.,I 1. ill Oxford. 11? wa> tft yeais old. M.'t/.. (iei mi n, ... I.i'iiteiinnts Hague and V.m la \ 1 leite it (1 %  11 ge, 1 it 1 %  t H" 1 %  l %  lan'.ry, fou ;ht .1 duel hei .• 1 j I • UI, I l.i a. u.is Ki Ii d.


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Nullius addictus hi- ,11. ir\ verba mtvuistrt.
Being bound lo swear to the Dogmas if no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. I*.. Bahamas. Friday. Feburary 27. 11)I4
No. 6 5
1 I ON I. H. DUPI ( II
I i II 'i; AND PKOPBII ri B
OFFICE u U \i:KI T STREET
X.i- .in N. "., i. \.ima .
P. 41 '
PI BUSHED DAin .
\l hi.I.i\ AY Inesda) anri |-; jdaj -
linjtlecop)
! UMda) I'M I. -a.n ... i ,,);,! -
uncle cnpt ... i.l
Veelclv .......4;
I" .1 li i v ... .1-4.!
2 I I '' I > ... ... 1 -.
I 1 Venrl< B.
ft 11 IV .. I'"
p I VARLI IN n\ AMI.
A I vert 1-1.1.' Ratei ence pe
fi.p first 1 isertion ; threi 1 r lii e
'..i econtl insert me|emu i" 1
line f 'i -iil>.i'|niit
Vrivertix I 11 inc |8.
>lii1 uni "Mi I'm" nr.
1 ive I \ '-' i I iv -1 r no in f
Miami with the fol low ing pa
M 1 -. I'. Ri I rle; V M.
T M ( "|. II nl 11 '' |l||
x I For-yth, (1. S|>e , \
I Man Bow en, h nd M 11 \ John-
\|.'- I 1 !!- I'. \ 1',! 11 1 ; v.
M ,v A l',l.ml., V, I'.
|-1 she M "i Albtiry Hiicl two
rhi'd \nnie \lburv, Mr,
Mr. A P Krki r. Mr a I M ,
II I. /. nch, Mr an I M s. W. 11,
<"In Mi ncl Mrs, \. I".
Mi nd Mi --. I 1 ''.
Mr. and Mis I ei Mr,
and Mi I, I Mi kr, Mr, an I M -.
1 Z. W illowi . M . : Mr* II mt
s I' wen; Me \. M. I VV.
\V. D^visG. W. II itherw iv, \.
\. (Irnmhy, I rl ,1 ird I Infills, R,
Hurry, < Whit lock, S (
I ' Brown, 1 In I-.M in \ I
S \ 1. dei Bw I'D, nnd < lif-
ford i
Mrs I'm I '!im- 11 ; M .-' s 1.
11 \ i .' 1.1 1,1 \ I 11. / 11.
:n iali K'.i il I ll (.'ox, D ii
Sturrup
The M 1 r "I K" I. fi
Mi..mi on \Yi dues la\ mm 1
with the underna
M *>H I'll.ii. 1 U' ( 1 I ,/..I
Ru ell, \lw il.l,, ( uln 1 .. I dull
Bethel, I' vi Ivn I) .rsett, I,, ... VI 11
key. Si ill M u'l.i'v, \nm Haiti 1
and \iinii' Farquharsoi lames
F.mih "winders, \ m", v VVeaver,
I .ill ie ('1 Imer, I ;, | avlor,
Annie Farquliarsnn, and infant.
Marion Mackey, and I larriet Far-
quharson ;
Messrs Vbraham Jacob, George
William Frederick Moses, Dollor
J imes, Ruth* rf.ird M Poll emus
I I in I !... Mus s l.il in miii, Ebe
.1 ihns 'ii, Ell an 1I1 Moss, Wil.
ham I : \, I lnli.it
1 n 1 '"I'n-, Ch tries
1111 ling, I nisei \l< M nzie, I low-
in I Storr, l.iim Curry, Alexander
1 i' "i md Riibeit Williams,
Masters Livingstone Weaver, O'ser
Culiner f
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
steamed 1 tin 1 yestet day
mori
I illowing ire syni ipses of the
reel, Tea urns to I. pre.
1 tonight ii the Imperial
I
"I IK IU Ml \i T NOT SI I". \|."
I i cl issic treatment of big
lioiu full ( hum 111 11.t
p itii 1-. 1 tei prete I by ;> sell ci
1st, ll deals with
in 1 he un lei wi. id and vividlj
1 s lhe puidying and
ing iiifl 1 f a woman's ive,
\ |..i aii lui ui ippi ,g |i
i' I ( portt ived.
\ SE RI I 'ii- l iiK SEA"
In 1 ivo parts 1-. a spectacul 1 I mi ol 1 Xtl 1 I I. 'ii i V un 1 it
ki eptMm il interest, caieful:y
I. 'I nnti el ihoratdy st ,
ami pro I by (he Mil mo (jo.
I ploi de i1- with the i*e
if n wily bm 1 at.
ppropnal Is in
eavors to impress into
tl esi .1
worth) -'... ipiatn with a plan to
roon a I thy depos lor.
I ',.' eaves a lender
ince winch in its w >i king ...it
[11 if t v
h.iiik. r's nel 1 ious scheme and the
1 ins "I 1 giievous wrong,
I hei 1' is n.' 1 -' "I inteiest .11 anv
..I the product ion, I he Mn
one \ i\ id realism, cro a.|. ,|
u nli efff-ci v incidents fnmi be.
(inning 1 everh po t i\a I
..ii I culmi'i iti 'ii'l'. ,'l........ will
from the exhibition .1- 1
. I watching
1 great i> ndu'.'l ion.
I .I miss 1 Ii evening's priigra n
will '. tn lej 11 ive ) 'i - '* ui -in
evening's delightful and interesting
entertainment.
Bermuda hat
quired > new ful dn
named the "Queen \
\\ e sa w tIn-- in 11' ing
M 1 mmoth tui nips, one w eighing
4! Il>\ and yet some say thai
Agriculture cannot succeed in the
Bahamas,
CABLEGR VMS
Corrunra, Sp tin, 26. 1 ;
v --iif a I >.uiisli bark \ hii It foi
: in Bay "f Biscay inded
to lay. Seven '.f Ilia crew wi re lost.
Montreal, troy?
1I1 hospital annex ol I ie tl I'
entifl y Itei
\'l laide, \ ; it lou
glass Mawson, Australianexpl
returned here today I \nt-
ic. He cla ims his p.x| edil ion
w IS .1 sii' 1 SS,
London, 16, I'he bistort I
I. itlnan Parts I cfi -it White-
Isii k bm 11 in the
m as deslroj mlii mt
farge arson squad lod
Vlb my, 26. -I'he court of
p mIs tod iy set the wi. b
in ig Apiii 1 ) ii as the 11 ne .1 ex
i 1.hi uf tn- four gunmen for
1I1 murdi 1 nf Rosenl ii il ..f the
New V.11 k gaml lei.
VV.ii saw, 21 \ 1.....her nf
Ii 1-''- vv 1 I iyed by -1 !; :
ufti 'a win. li des ended 1.. ij in
the \ lag* ivitzkv,
'. M mica, Califo.......
DePal hi won the V un lei
1 . i.'- la\ .He 1
'.'-' 'I , miles ,in ii..... I
hours Iifty hree minu s am I 4 1
ids, .1 new record. Oldfi 1
w .is second,
\ \ I i : I I I
I, 111 ited V'iu 1, died
lo.d-iy, He Was up 1 :i 1
1 hciiis t '. '
I.....H 6. Ri 1 h
'i Regius, p.ofi
11 ird n I ....... i . 1 iteitl
Ities on II .| 1 to.,I 1.
ill Oxford. 11? wa> tft yeais old.
M.'t/.. (iei mi n, ... I.i'iiteii-
nnts Hague and V.m la \ 1 leite
it (1 . 11 ge, 1 it 1 " t H" 1 l
lan'.ry, fou ;ht .1 duel hei . 1 j
I UI, I l.i a. u.is Ki Ii d.


London 26 King George wit-'
Wed his. first baseball gama to-
V when the N'ew York and Chi-
jo's clubs played n game at
helse f<> tball field. I lie Chici.
h won by .1 score of 5 to 4. King
Nrge and Ins suite occupied
> royal box.
15,000 persons witnessed the
me. The Earl of Chesteifi Id,
' 0 was in the kings personal par.
was the victim of crooks. Some
ly relieved I,,,,, ,,f a scarj pjfl
lied .ct /"500.
London, 26. Sir John Tenniel,
"I Englands most famous car-
mists died todav, aged 94
Belfast, 26 -The White Star!
ner Britannic, 55,000 tons, was
unched today. She is 905 feel
Iff. It is claimed she will be able
float with any six compartments!
ded.
Philadelphia, 26. -K itherinej
rench, sister of Mis. |ohn Jai oh
Itor, wore a purple wig at .1 ball '
st night. Mrs. Warburton, aj
lughter of John Wannamaker,
ked down the principal street
isteiday wearing a green wig
loronto, 26. Four persons weie
lied in a qu irter million dollar
t last night.
New York. 26.The World says
at the decision in the Becker
.se will probably result in the
deat of justice. It is not likelv
at the District Attorney will be
e to get his witnesses together
r another trial.
Mexico, 2G. rluerta tmliv re-
sed permission to the United
ates government to send two
Dusaod American marines at the
juest of the lej; tiion here.
CIRCUS
BEGINNING
To-night
Flying horse gruonds
ree
OUTSIDE
ATTRACTIONS
'NEW NATIONAL" "IDEAL-
HAND MACHINES
NEW HOME" (ft "RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
! IR SALE BY
CHAS. E, ALBURY
Friday 27th
IPERIAL Theatre
|l'..\SKl) BY STAR THEA-
rRE CO,, MIAMI, FLA.
SPECIAL FE MIRK
PHOTOPLAY SHOW
FWO a REEL FEATURE
RODUCTIONS EXTRA-
ORDINARY
"THOU SHALT NOT
STEAL" Rex
I'lIK SECRET OF THE
SEA" Ambrosia.
(Note, The Imperial has
I'mi leased to the star Thea-
Co. Miami. Ha., for ('lie
,rlit only for the produi I ion
the abi ve special two two
Bieyeles
for HIRE
IO3. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Notice.
ALL persons are hereby or-
dered by the Board <>f
Health to have their yards and
luts thorough!) cle 1 ne I, and to
have all rubbish. old cans, bot
ties, etc. removed therefrom,
befi >re F bruary 28th, 1914-
Accumulations of rubbish pla-
ced ai the sides ol streets under
this order, ill be removed al
the Public exp< use until the
date mentioned ; but after that
dale, viz. : February a8th, all
persi ins who have fa iled to com'
ply with tin-, order, will be com
pelted to remoN e their accumu
lations to the dumping ground
at their 0 .vii expense, and will
in addition, be liable to pi
cution.
By onler nf'the Board of I lealth
I AMES II. KNOWLES,
Clei k to the Board.
: ih Januarj 191 \.
\\ r'' would ..ifiirm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that w n
VV haveon i.,nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatre
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
I hese Cigars are manufac'ured on our premises b\ skilled workmen
and ere.; 1 pains are taken i" produce an article of superioi quality.
Ih success we have met with m the past leads us confidently toexpect
the patronage of cOnnoiseurs.
J.'L. SAL'NDERS & Co.
l'..i\ Street,
LOST
1 \ I > \ "> ifiei 1.....11 bet < ei n S,
^_j Francis Javier's Church and
Hospiial Str-et \ Cioss Re.
ward. l'i in lo I ribune."
S1
mission
'1 i< es : is. 3d. is. 6d.
tf< ite Coming for Sal ur-
-Spanish Mexii an Pi ize
I Fight Two extraordi-
i Reels.
NOTICE
PERSON i Hie warned from liar,
bouring i il.....t ia yean i >l
age by llie i.....e of Berni Ma
liIda I hompson, who r.ei nwa\
from aunt's pmtti tion on Sund iy
morning, 32nd I' b, Any infoi ma.
lion as to hei whereabouts maj
givi n tu her huh) lestinn Bain
in the 1 ribune Offi 1."
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heai t 5111. Cypress
Shingles al f 1.1 1 pei thou-
sand ol 20 bundli s
I discounts -Hi I. it-1 f 1 ivei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on heaper gradi -also
5m. C) press at si, per
thousand of j<> bundles. This
price made p. issible by a very
large pun ha
Fresh st< ick arri\ ing e\ ei v
wi ek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
N ^SSAU BARi i \l\ ih >L'sE
ARE RF.t I IVING
Ibis week li mi \.....1 ic.i :i r 11 e
and Large > imenl "f KURNI.
I URE 'MiM-i ing ol .1 large variety
nf
Rllh and Wicker Rocking
Ch lirs fi >m 1 (-. sig. to
it \ ;m .i-st.,, 1. 11I t )nU
I'.n lour Tables from 10s. In .
I -, ( ii ills, and Cllilds, I lesks,
Win lit>l'-, ii irds .-ii il Bed-
steads, Uuiei.ux Withstands,
Al 1
I urge shipment "I [>' Lola lbv
t iooda, I ..lilies and childten'j 11.a-,
More pen. SnnitMi y I ha per,
Table Napkina, Matting, Ruga,
Glass'' are, Enamld Ware,
Tinw ire, Notions, Picturea, and
1 ii.'i goods,
A 1. MOORE,
Jany, 1O1I1, 1914. Market St.
R E A I.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
\\/IU.IWIS
VV I ill. SHOEA1 \.\
I las jusl hi eived .1
large consignment of
Hoots 1 ;. its must
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS
<>f i, 2 and 3 pairs of a
d .Hid Style III ill si/.'-,
which a 1 e being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In in my instances the discount is
lint le-s th,in
30 pei 11 ei on the
REGULAR PRIi ES
( ;il| to il..v ; 111.1 e 11 v mce v uiir
sell th.it tins is nn<>ther ha "I
those Exceptional Bargains
which is ev v now an I tin n
offered at
WILLIAM*'
Wlioi ESALE \\l RETAII
SHOE ESI \i',| |s||\||.;\ r.
277 -, I, l(.,\.s|,r, t,
NOTICE.
rlllS is to mi inn rny P itrons
and the Public in (ienrral
tii.it I have opened my Public
Black Smith Simp; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
1 ieneial repun 01 new woi k Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. riuvlet,
liay Street. East (WharP


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