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I 1 fined fa for intoxication, he said:— "Your Honor, f want to an to jail." >u no home?" asked (,l! I'vi .,110 all 11 ani a r and make $1 o f wife makes l?fe *ic" i pay the hue will I 1 jail? aeki '1 the s a brief period i i di Fault of th .in'" tni magistrate i id I hat suits me pei fectl he sard as he was led awaj OVER For Sale A GOOD BICYCLE -CHEAP. Apply '"Tribune" Oi GASOLINE I I i" ( %  lion I an*. Pri i one si ling | i Hon. Ml pn ..us pri' celled. C. C DERS : Bay Si IN P. Jan. j'li K|i> 1500 Pairs Boots and Shoes being add?d to an already replete stock Williams the Shoeman is again opening up one of those Sample Lots of Boots and Shoes m a limited number of sizes as follows • — Men"? I loots and Shoes in sia from 6 to • Women's Boots and hm a v %  %  variety of s at prii es consid i ibh lb HI regular i s ki pi HI sto k. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 7 and 289 Bay Street City NOTICE 1 HE \vi 11 known Dairyman of the East Shingle s THOMAS M. KNOWLES Is now prepared to supply and deliver the purest milk to be obtained anywhere from his Dairy Farm on Easl Shii li y Strt et, i i pposite Williams Str et, (irders maj be delivi red at his St< ue ort IBay St. \o >a8, Phone No. lib. I )eh\ i ry at From 7a.in. to IO a.in and from 5 p.m. p.m. daily in Sanil B ttles. IVI 111 \ germs make milk impii;. Iii Know 1. s' milk no germ • found : Look at the bottles in wlrii I. itsold, iii Km wl s w ho taki s ih m all around M ilk like i. ; -needs no lai torn et1, In Verification of its stn nutli, Liquoi 1 ma nee impure Km >wli R would ae er g thai length > %  i Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wu ; ill uid (1 1 Johnson'* Wood i>i or Johnson's Undrr Lac %  Sohnson't Flat Wood Finish I'll. artistic. Iiand-I ithoul tin expeme nf 1 in Johnsons FastWood Filler f i %  %  (rain and porM "f %  pn|nnx jj f H* finish Johnson's Powdered Wax f i l.i, 10001 noon), FOR. SALt BY Chas. E. Albu ry W A MATHER UNDERTA KER D s"| R IS 1" iiifm 111 IIIM f ieu %  1 e ii 1* |u-i 11 ci'i \ r il 1 riiinplrti %  n %  li %  %  • IrfCllll i.'v f.,i lliiIHIIMI. -• n in 1111. iler( -• k 1. n l.ieli pi > %  r* linn IH %  • paicli ; .mil ies|iei 1 fll \ SiJli-ils Hull p 1 I I £(• ( 11 I m\ Prices fist ;M 'I piovr IIIHI I 1 %  111 r 1 \pi\ 1'iwi -a fvi 111 %  ln-i ,1.-1 %  r W"^ yon hnr.nny Irlrndi it %  ) % %  A jl front dssfnaw, dlsehsryts of ths $ ij Kir, noix. la the lirail, o,, i,l| LLHSJ tin HI t., write to the hi 1 111. I %  EAR DRUM CO.. is Park Row, f J New York City, mcntioi,111^ lhi %  jj PSptr, and they will ;,. ^^ FREE, full I—tlllUoni sod illrrctlom how to cure tlli'lllMlvrt at DOOM. SPE3i*:.. \ '— IIP III I III I % % %  III. I mi ,1. I In 10 tllH' 11 i111, .1 %  111 p • %  • of I HUP" v\ I I ,l-'| %  • '1 11 if I III 1 ,'...-.< 11".• >f le.irln i I | Ml'"-, Ml) II ,I I,] 1 h,.|, I |. %  \ %  s 1 ,11 11 i| 1 -|.-|• %  1, %  1 ,. price, as I wr h.ui inttilled, inn coniinuo it Ml ijd. I?PS( Mo. 1 Heail 5111. Cyprcs Shingles at Irqioo per inoiri • sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lotsofovei 5000 shingles. Special Price also on clieapi r grades a I p 511). C\ prc-s at Xfi 73 pei thousand of JO bundles. This prire made possible b\a vrrv rstrge purchase. Fresh stork arriving 1 verv Week. C C SMNDI.i.'S. Mapes Fertilizers / nw 1 "ii % %  in slnck the follmving formulas : tin % %  [.'. ll has bee:i prov eii that tin-lias nn equal and a \isit to fields Using same w ill convince you Vegetable. \< ••. 1th' tun' to use this an i in r*asi your yield in I oiuatoe •. Potati n's, ()||ions uid a II 1 iiher vi grtabli s by ;<>' P' r rent. Orange Tree !o assist I be growl I. ol Yuuug Citrus Tree. Fruit and BTilM. Incn ,^e tbe J1 -1 < 1 and growth of old Citrus t ins. lor further information and bo>ks "ii the use of these i hzers, please appl) h < WALTER K. MOJkE A. tut ''•< %  Mof 1 /1 rtiliur in Ihr I'liluiiHiK For Results Advertise in The Tribune Kerosene 150 I .\ New 50 gallon (i ilvaniged Iron Drums at 1pi 1 (1 ill* in. In to gallon Cans ,11 ii • per (i. lion. I )i n iiisand (.". us relqiliable Iu 1 i pai iii ulani n\ 1 iin e "liauces I'...'' Nassau ^ P. L". C. S.\r.\i.dov> LOOK: The following Blank f< n n11 av be had ;il "The 1 iUuue* 1 flil e. Duty liciy. I'ree lintry. W aiel.ouse kail 1 ies. 1 mging .\itides. Ship's K'I ports In quantities a 1 Spei 1 il Rale* SPECIAL. I" I'OHI and lifter this date, the follow ing SI tops w II be I lepots lo. the sale ol THE TRIBUNE, viz: Diorivs.w BOOK STORE Ba) M i."it\. I ('..' JOII\MA", Corner Dow (l-swi II and .Arm strong Stn eis. V, \i IM'.R Ml A.M. M nket Strei t, Smith. K. OAIv' -IK'. Corner Bay and I 'on In ster Streets, Fresh Onion Seed FROM TI'.M.U'IMT. AND NATIVE SEED CORN Toote's, 4'*') Bav Strict



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NVJIIIUS addtctus turare in verba maestri. Being bound to iwekr to the Dn|mM of no Master VOL. Xll. Nataau, N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. January 15, I'M. SO. 43 L. GII.KKItT DITITCH. Editor and Proprietor. "II K'K: II MAKKKT BTRRRT VasfnM, .V /', Hahamas Tin INK ami. K u. &.>x i(B. I ". HI ISIIh I) lAILY Monday, Wciliiesdry and Friday— sini.de c m til Tuesday, and Thursday -single copy ill Saturday—single copy ... \\>\ Weekly jil Monthly i s, h Onartnlv .. 4 -. | RalfYearly V.M'lv U fa, PAYAW.R IN ADVANCK Adv." Rates:—Sis pence per hue rtioti three pence per line %  'ii : and inn! penny per line (or Mibsquent insertions. Advertisement! under eight line\&. re PUBLISHED AT > P.M. POLICE BAND CONCERT The Police Band will (jive B Concert on the Library Qreen tomorrow Thursday, Jan. 14 at 8.15 p.m. 1. 2. 345 6. 7PROGK \M\IF.. March Special Delivery Valse -;i t .1 n ujii--' Idyl The (llnw •win i Musical Sketch In Ote Ken. tucky Mnrc*au Humoresque— "Match of tinManikim Valse "Charming" Eccentricity "I'nssy Foot" (|od save the King, W. COEN, Bandmaster, GOVERNMENT NOTICES His Kxcellencx the \dminislrator has bean pleased t" grant H. F. Pickwoad, Commissioner, an extension of leave on half pay [01 10 d.ivs with pffpet from the 1.1 h instant. His Excellency the Administrator has been pleased to grant to A s M, O'Brien, Commissioner, all extension nf three weeks vacation leave %  •( abseneci with effect from ilie soi Mist — :o: — MAILS. Isri.uis-::..,i, \; ,II. >, .except Re. gistered I orrespandence) to be des patched as fed lows: Hnrboiti Lland; Spanish Wells: niuf[, |ames Cistern, Gregory Tn„ Hatcbei Bay, Governor's Haibur, Palmetto Pt.. Savannah 8e.idman's Cay, I ..in • Nl mil; Ragged Is,, G r and ltd ban 1, Bi mini 1 0 I Whale : Will be made up and closed on Friday next, 15th January, .it 2 % %  'clock p.m. Registered Mails will lie closed it 1 o'clock p. PI. — :o: — Latest War News January lath 1915, \"KUN\li:\v PUB88 London:—Only a change in the I her i>r the enl.y into Mie war of either lialj or Roumania, 01 in.1I1. vv 111 likely make any marked 1 hunge m the niilit.iiy situation in 1 I urope for some time to come. The belief is grow ing that Kou [ mania will link herself with Hie Allies in the war. She has a well tiained army 0(400.000 men. Manj UmOUrS center about [tfl I v \|eanwhile the armies in the held both Has' and West remain d locked. In Alsace the Frew ii continue (heir efforts to force a way nearer the Rhine, hut neither side claims iitiv new progress. With a comparative lull in Ms.ne and artillery duels piedommaline near the Belgian coast fighting of desperate character has broken out in the center. This is particularly true of the lection Northeast 1 I Soisi 0 I in the vicinity of Pertl e The Aiii reach important railw ays in the North tl Id on one of the 1 ii rmi n m in arteries I Communication. Official accounts disagree as to the outcome of the fighting in these areas The Allies claim they have forged ahead from Soissons, the Germans s.iy the attacks have been undecisive and that thp fighting continues. There is a similar disagreement as to thp result at other points, Neithei Prussia noi Poland shows snj i hsoge in the general situation. I he Russian invasion by way of Buckowina is delaved although ii is known thai pi • y nil of that region ism Russian hands. Little authentic information has been received legardingthe Turkish army in the Cauc isus since the Russians dealt M a he IV* blow Lati rep rls s lys that Italy is 1 isl, ing t loop) lo her blinds in the V 11 Sea oil the coast of \ Minor to as to be prepared foi pvenluaht ics. Berlin: I he official press bureau today announced that Vienna repoi ted the French dieadnought l "oil. bet had been hit b\ an A US tiian submarine, also ihal the Couibei had been rammed by het sister--l ip the |> an Bart. London: Amei ican comment on the British preliminary ieplv to President Wilson*) protest regarding neutral shipping by British waiships is read with great interest by British officials today. They expiess much ploasureat the repeated evidence of the friendly spirit shown. \msterdnrn: Refugees who have arrived from Brussels report thai a gieit fire has broken out tin re Richmond, Virginia: — I" 0 u r prisoners herring long terms for murder,forgery and robbery overpowered th'CP guards, climbed down a tope, sea I led a 30 foot wall and escaped. W ishiugton: —A great b • 11|e is on incongresson 'he Mondell iesoldtmn propi sing an amendment to the constitution guaranteeing r, claiming %  %  ne tegion. till it ( 01 iinday destroyed a I mill'January 13th lot 5. PICKED UP The French war office reports vii.lent fightirg from the North Sea to thi hse. North ol : axtrem lj fierce combats occured wbere there was probably the beaviesl fighting ol the war when the li' rman* tried to re-take trench. • from them on the i"' ii rm ms \v re repulsed French gamed tomi new 11 Thei irate tncount* I' rtbes, w hit 1 con1 in JI her hindersoj eiations. The I' hn war office says only minoi 1 mi uts • 1 curred on the Western gains 1 ern \i •JIM s 0 It SI 1L .nil tary v 1 1 I lunkirk. In ''icre I the Gerina. ttackson the west bank (i| the Vis ul 1 still progft ss, I'U b tween the Russians and I u ki -1 ill continues in the Caucasus. I he Russians n port tha| on lanu ir.y n ill 1h.1i I company* of lurks and tw of artillery where raiture.1 m KaraUrg di>ti ict. \ letter fi n the Wi si Indians ells of 1 navrtl %  itlle ada on N' iv< n th. Wn ckagt ,d bodies uid 1 buoy marked "Karlsruhe" lend foundation to a report that the K 1 si lie was sunk. The 1 aiinan auiser Bremen is report) d to I •> • put in to KVilI h.aviil bad ly dim igl d by a %  nine Xplosion. State i 'ommissione* ol Education r inley last night ruled iii fav 1 mothei teachers in N< a "> : %  >: — TOO 'SWEET 1 AT HOME, HE PREFERS SHORT RESPITE IN JAIL When Herman Wohrstieo, thirls eight years old, designer, of No. 1,303 Brook Avenue, the Bronx u;1 ^ arraigned before the right of all citieens to vote, re-1 Magistrate Campbell in the (endless of six. I Morrisania Court yesterday and Wear Araibi istep's Shoes


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NvjIIIus addtctus turare in verba maestri.
Being bound to iwekr to the Dn|mM of no Master
VOL. Xll.
Nataau, N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. January 15, I'M.
SO. 43
L. GII.KKItT DITITCH.
Editor and Proprietor.
"II K'K: II MAKKKT BTRRRT
VasfnM, .V /', Hahamas
Tin ink ami. k u. &.>x i(B.
I ". HI ISIIh I) lAILY
Monday, Wciliiesdry and Friday
sini.de c m ......... til
Tuesday, and Thursday -single copy ill
Saturdaysingle copy ... \\>\
Weekly ............ jil
Monthly ............is, h
Onartnlv........ .. 4-. |
RalfYearly............
V.M'lv ............Ufa,
PAYAW.R IN ADVANCK
Adv." Rates:Sis pence per hue
rtioti three pence per line
'ii : and inn! penny per
line (or Mibsquent insertions.
Advertisement! under eight line- \&.
re PUBLISHED AT > P.M.
POLICE BAND CONCERT
The Police Band will (jive b
Concert on the Library Qreen
tomorrow Thursday, Jan. 14 at
8.15 p.m.
1.
2.
3-
4-
5
6.
7-
PROGK \m\if..
March Special Delivery
Valse -;i t .1 n ujii--'
Idyl The (llnw win i
Musical Sketch In Ote Ken.
tucky
Mnrc*au Humoresque
"Match of tin- Manikim
Valse "Charming"
Eccentricity "I'nssy Foot"
(|od save the King,
W. COEN,
Bandmaster,
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
His Kxcellencx the \dminislra-
tor has bean pleased t" grant H.
F. Pickwoad, Commissioner, an
extension of leave on half pay [01
10 d.ivs with pffpet from the 1.1 h
instant.
His Excellency the Administrator
has been pleased to grant to A s.
M, O'Brien, Commissioner, all ex-
tension nf three weeks vacation
leave ( abseneci with effect from
ilie soi Mist
:o:
MAILS.
Isri.uis-::..,i, \; ,ii.>, .except Re.
gistered I orrespandence) to be des
patched as fed lows:
Hnrboiti Lland; Spanish Wells:
niuf[, |ames Cistern, Gregory Tn
Hatcbei Bay, Governor's Haibur,
Palmetto Pt.. Savannah 8 pum Bay, Rock Sd., Weuiyss' Hi ,
.lid Banner man T< wn, The
Current, and Lower Rogue, Bleu.
Yi istic Pt., NiColln 111 Etaniard
Creek, Fresh Creek, I'.ehring Pt.,
Mangrove Cav, Long Bay Cay*
and Kemps Bay, Andrew Island;
Cherokee sd., Spencer's Pt., Hope
In., Great Guana Cay, Maisli
Harbour, Old Place and ijreen
I in tie Cay, \baCo; ''. Tn .
Tie Ferry, Sievent Clarence In.and l>e.idman's Cay,
I ..in Nl mil; Ragged Is,, G r and
ltd ban 1, Bi mini 1 0 I Whale :
Will be made up and closed on
Friday next, 15th January, .it 2
'clock p.m.
Registered Mails will lie closed
it 1 o'clock p.pi.
:o:
Latest War News
January lath 1915,
\"KUN\li:\v PUB88
London:Only a change in the
I her i>r the enl.y into Mie war
of either lialj or Roumania, 01
in.1I1. vv 111 likely make any marked
1 hunge m the niilit.iiy situation in 1
I urope for some time to come.
The belief is grow ing that Kou [
mania will link herself with Hie
Allies in the war. She has a well
tiained army 0(400.000 men. Manj
UmOUrS center about [tfl I v
\|eanwhile the armies in the
held both Has' and West remain
d locked.
In Alsace the Frew ii continue
(heir efforts to force a way nearer
the Rhine, hut neither side claims
iitiv new progress.
With a comparative lull in
Ms.ne and artillery duels pie-
dommaline near the Belgian coast
fighting of desperate character has
broken out in the center. This is
particularly true of the lection
Northeast 1 I Soisi 0 I in the
vicinity of Pertl e
The Aiii
reach important railw ays in the
North tl Id
on one of the 1 ii rmi n m in ar-
teries I Communication.
Official accounts disagree as to
the outcome of the fighting in these
areas The Allies claim they have
forged ahead from Soissons, the
Germans s.iy the attacks have been
undecisive and that thp fighting
continues. There is a similar dis-
agreement as to thp result at other
points, Neithei Prussia noi Poland
shows snj i hsoge in the general
situation.
I he Russian invasion by way of
Buckowina is delaved although ii
is known thai pi y nil of
that region ism Russian hands.
Little authentic information has
been received legardingthe Turk-
ish army in the Cauc isus since the
Russians dealt M a he IV* blow
Lati rep rls s lys that Italy is
1 isl, ing t loop) lo her blinds in the
V 11 Sea oil the coast of \
Minor to as to be prepared foi
pvenluaht ics.
Berlin: I he official press bur-
eau today announced that Vienna
repoited the French dieadnought
l "oil. bet had been hit b\ an A US
tiian submarine, also ihal the
Couibei had been rammed by het
sister--l ip the |> an Bart.
London: Amei ican comment on
the British preliminary ieplv to
President Wilson*) protest regarding
neutral shipping by British wai-
ships is read with great interest by
British officials today. They ex-
piess much ploasureat the repeated
evidence of the friendly spirit
shown.
\msterdnrn: Refugees who have
arrived from Brussels report thai
a gieit fire has broken out tin re
Richmond, Virginia: I" 0 u r
prisoners herring long terms for
murder,forgery and robbery over-
powered th'CP guards, climbed
down a tope, sea I led a 30 foot wall
and escaped.
W ishiugton: A great b 11|e is
on incongresson 'he Mondell ie-
soldtmn propi sing an amendment
to the constitution guaranteeing
r, claiming

ne tegion. till
it ( 01
iinday destroyed a I mill'-
January 13th lot 5.
PICKED UP
The French war office reports
vii.lent fightirg from the North
Sea to thi hse. North ol :
axtrem lj fierce combats occured
wbere there was probably the
beaviesl fighting ol the war when
the li' rman* tried to re-take
trench. from them on
the i"' ii rm ms \v re re-
pulsed French gamed tomi
new 11
Thei irate tn-
count* I' rtbes, w hit 1 con-
1 in ji her hindersoj eia-
tions.
The I' hn war office says only
minoi 1 mi uts 1 curred on the
Western
gains 1
ern \i
JIM s 0
It SI
1L .nil
tary v 1 1 I lunkirk.
In ''icre
I the
Gerina. ttackson the west bank
(i| the Vis ul 1 still progft ss,
I'U b tween the Russians
and I u ki -1 ill continues in the
Caucasus. I he Russians n port
tha| on lanu ir.y n ill 1h.1i I
company* of lurks and tw
of artillery where raiture.1 m
Kara- Urg di>ti ict.
\ letter fi n the Wi si Indians
ells of 1 navrtl ' itlle ada
on N' iv< n th. Wn ckagt ,d
bodies uid 1 buoy marked "Kar-
lsruhe" lend foundation to a report
that the K 1 si lie was sunk.
The 1 aiinan .auiser Bremen is
report) d to I > put in to KVil-
I..... h.aviil bad ly dim igl d by a
nine Xplosion.
State i 'ommissione* ol Education
r inley last night ruled iii fav 1
mothei teachers in N< a ">
:>:
TOO 'SWEET1 at home,
HE PREFERS SHORT
RESPITE IN JAIL
When Herman Wohrstieo, thir-
ls eight years old, designer, of
No. 1,303 Brook Avenue, the
Bronx u;1^ arraigned before
the right of all citieens to vote, re-1 Magistrate Campbell in the
(endless of six. I Morrisania Court yesterday and
Wear
Araibi istep's Shoes


I1


fined fa for intoxication, he
said:
"Your Honor, f want to an to
jail."
>u no home?" asked
"(,l!- I'vi .,110 all 11
' ani a r and make $1 o
f wife makes l?fe
*ic"
i pay the hue will I
1 jail? aeki '1 the
s
a brief period i i di Fault
of th .in'" tni magistrate i id
" I hat suits me pei fectl he
sard as he was led awaj .
OVER
For Sale
A GOOD BICYCLE
-CHEAP.
Apply
'"Tribune" Oi
GASOLINE
I I i" ( lion
I an*. Pri i one si ling
| i Hon. Ml pn ..us
pri' celled.
C. C DERS
: Bay Si
iN P.
Jan. j'li K|i>
1500
Pairs
Boots and Shoes
being add?d to an already
replete stock
Williams the Shoeman
is again opening up one of
those Sample Lots of Boots
and Shoes m a limited
number of sizes as follows

Men"? I loots and Shoes in sia
from 6 to
Women's Boots and h<-
in sizes from :'. to |1
Misses Boots and Sho in sizes
from is ', to ?
idvantage in purchas-
ing from this lot is (as
i have purchased before
I i n -
the lize! I >m a v
variety of
s at prii es consid i ibh
lb hi regular i.....s
ki pi hi sto k.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
7 and 289 Bay Street City
NOTICE
1 HE \vi 11 known
Dairyman of the
East
Shingle
s
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
Is now prepared to supply
and deliver the purest milk
to be obtained anywhere
from his Dairy Farm on Easl
Shii li y Strt et, iipposite Wil-
liams Str et, (irders maj be
delivi red at his St< ue ort I-
Bay St. \o >a8, Phone No.
lib. I )eh\ i ry at From 7a.in.
to IO a.in and from 5 p.m.
. p.m. daily in Sanil
B ttles.
IVI 111 \ germs make milk im-
pii;.
Iii Know 1. s' milk no germ
found :
Look at the bottles in wlrii I.
it- sold, iii
Km wl s w ho taki s ih m all
around
M ilk like i.;-- needs no lai torn
et- 1,
In Verification of its stn nutli,
Liquoi 1 ma nee impure
Km >wli r would ae er g
thai length
>
i
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wu
' ; ill
uid (1 1
Johnson'* Wood i>i
or
Johnson's Undrr Lac
-
Sohnson't Flat Wood Finish
I'll. artistic. Iiand-I
ithoul tin expeme nf 1 in
Johnsons Fast- Wood Filler f i
'' (rain and porM "f
pn|nnx jj f H* finish
Johnson's Powdered Wax f i l.i,
10001 noon),

FOR. SALt BY
Chas. E. Albu
ry
W A MATHER
UNDERTA KER
D! s"| R IS 1" iiifm 111 Iiim f ieu ,in.| tlir I'.11 11 it* > 1 e ii 1*
|u-i 11 ci'i\ril 1 riiinplrti n li
IrfCllll i.'v f.,i llii- Ihiimi. - n in 1111. ,
iler(- k 1. n l.ieli pi > r* linn ih
p n..iv be entranted i" lint fun* ivit|i |
sysli in Hurl (|p-.|>aicli ; .mil ies|iei 1
fll \ SiJli-ils Hull p 1 I I......( ( 11 I
m\ Prices fist ;m 'I piovr iIihI i1" -
111 r 1 \pi\ 1'iwi -a fvi 111 ln-i ,1.-1
r W"^ yon hnr.nny Irlrndi it )
A jl front dssfnaw, dlsehsryts of ths
$ ij Kir, noix. la the lirail, o,- i,l|
. LLhsJ tin hi t., write to the hi 1 111.
I EAR DRUM CO.. is Park Row,
f J New York City, mcntioi,111^ lhi
jj PSptr, and they will ;,.
^^ FREE, full ItlllUoni sod
illrrctlom how to cure tlli'lllMlvrt at DOOM.
SPE3i*:..
\ ' IIP III I III I ' III.
I mi ,1. I In 10 tllH' 11 i- 111, .1 . 111
p of I hup"
v\ I I ,l-'| '1 11 if I III 1 ,'...-.< 11".-
>f le.irln i I |
Ml'"-, Ml) II ,I I,] 1 h,.|, I |.
\ , s 1 ,11 11 i| 1 -|.-| 1, 1 ,. price, as
I wr h.ui int- tilled, inn coniinuo it
Ml ijd.
I?ps( Mo. 1 Heail 5111. Cyprcs
Shingles at Irqioo per inoiri
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lotsofovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on clieapi r grades a I p
511). C\ prc-s at Xfi 73 pei
thousand of jo bundles. This
prire made possible b\- a vrrv
rstrge purchase.
Fresh stork arriving 1 verv
Week.
C C SMNDI.i.'S.
Mapes Fertilizers
/ nw 1 "ii in slnck the
follmving formulas:
tin [.'. ll has bee:i prov
eii that tin-- lias nn equal
and a \isit to fields Using
same w ill convince you
Vegetable. \< . 1- th' tun'
to use this an i in r*asi
your yield in I oiuatoe .
Potati n's, ()||ions uid a II
1 iiher vi grtabli s by ;<>'
P' r rent.
Orange Tree !o assist I be
growl I. ol Yuuug Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and BTilM. Incn ,^e tbe
J1 -1 < 1 and growth of old
Citrus t ins.
lor further information
and bo- >ks "ii the use of these
i hzers, please appl) h <
WALTER K. MOJkE
A. tut ''< Mof 1 /1 rtiliur
in Ihr I'liluiiHiK
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune
Kerosene
150
I.\ New 50 gallon (i ilvanig-
ed Iron Drums at 1-
pi 1 (1 ill* in.
In to gallon Cans ,11 ii
per (i. lion.
I )iniiisand (.". us relqiliable
I- u 1 i pai iii ulani n\ 1 iin e
"liauces I'...'' Nassau ^ P.
L". C. S.\r.\i.dov>
look:
The following Blank f< n n-
11 av be had ;il "The 1 iUuue*1
' flil e.
Duty liciy.
I'ree lintry.
W aiel.ouse kail 1 ies.
1 mging .\itides.
Ship's K'i ports
In quantities a 1 Spei 1 il Rale*
SPECIAL.
I" i'OHI and lifter this date,
the follow ing SI tops w II be
I lepots lo. the sale ol THE
TRIBUNE, viz:
Diorivs.w BOOK STORE
Ba) m i."it\.
I ('..' Joii\mA", Corner
Dow (l-swi II and .Arm -
strong Stn eis.
V, \i IM'.R Ml A.M. M nket
Strei t, Smith.
K. OAIv' -IK'. Corner Bay
and I 'on In ster Streets,
Fresh Onion Seed
FROM TI'.M.U'IMt.
AND NATIVE SEED CORN
Toote's, 4'*') Bav Strict


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