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ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars arc made 6f fabrics bleAch d Add -tn mik in Dm owiJ plants. They always Hi and sit. i-oi u-H l\ and are the most durable OH S.M.K A I NASSAU'S BEA KI-I \II.I K' 1.1 I I I, I" it i) .V CO., (.10, IfAKBRSJ, TI.OV, N. V. S. A. C. L. LOFTP OUSE KxcltJkiVO Af< :... Coakley's 'Perfection' lg Tobaeoo |"pi. i' ' ; N< = its I %  %  Keeps! le of : • i %  •Id bi • :-'... : flaki i" : a hint— "The Uli id. Cigai i ever, I • I [" llie .'iici |. C COAKl I \ p %  T M! B gs lo di %  iitenl of the piil iti till II i llll St. CiM 6 |i in Th* "Best" Light. A Si ) |j vvI)icli iii & i > i • la ighter i dan PII < I acel)! ne. '' itS OV : N w< cK Nodi Over an i ;n 10 ' M I i HII \ ilutel) %  VV e foB ill u d c.italogin Til. D UGHTt %  I W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D P^kliS to inform his and i!i'' Public l ha I he has just reci • plele (".Mlit of facilities BS u f a 11 u n laki i. w liich | im In a it ion torni n nut I'uni rals that maj be entrust! i %  with system and patii): p< c .' %  ly solij lits theii patron Gel my price first and pro\e ih-.in they are llie vi ry lowi I for : I<. FOR SALE I lion in good nnditii in. Ap pi) '• %  I lines K ly, cab No. 1 oi I i ibuue ( lli i NOTICE j T HI~ is t(l illfoi ili mv Patrons and tin Public, that I have i m\ Public Iii... k Smilli Shi find am now ready to do anything in tin line I (\> nerral n pair ut new woi k Horse shoi ii > .1 spei ialty, All wo 'I i lianiciilly 1 —11TTIMIIW llll % %  — Advertise in The Tribune THE AGILITY Ma pfodiglc-tK leaping powers oftht' RANGAKOO IN riffled ill the florid over. Its Bgilitj however, is excelled by the case, and quickness with which I u H I SOAP *arpel dirt from iii< dothetin lie i h SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys* w< li i ai m d and worldwide distinction as a Snap of thcfiist quality. Its reputation is maintained by the /'IOOO Guaranty >{ Purity given With bar, ami by the good repi rt of millions of housewives who use it daih. WHY NOT TRY IT. Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap I2oz. for 3d. At The New York House .* %  i Shingles. IUST received.from Jacksonville jx 19 "Besl Cypr< 1 at \J per 1000. No better grade th in these on the Vlai t < %  "Prlmee Cypressatias per 1 .00. Tl rrle* out iamc guarantee as ih< I'< • • %  Any defti tivi shingles can be returned. Also Iieaper grade in lock tprtt 6tb.iQi6 c. C SAUNDER8,



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Mvilllvis IMIJ|< iu lurnre In vcrba mtfH(ri Helnu, bound to swenr to the Dogmns) oi no Master. Nuisnu N. P., Bbhsmni. FRIDAY August 4,1 'lf> "HUP." \o. 22? 1 Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte St I'IIONW wo. p. o. : o: It ed 75 m iIes Si PUBT.IMIr ! All-V I yttlll %  l A V A It LK IN i i i Utv: POLIOMYELITIS OR INFANTILE PARALYSIS Is I I I e death i ] id. V • s ils arrivin i X t York, v : • i i ml iii*r< llK const lil I now th.'it our rtn lid %  ,| i le.ili li is not ep. PERIPA I ETIC. Telegrams .{111 AtlgUSt, !Ql6. I idi n: —utrh guai ds. Pai is: North of the River Somme s< veral German at: tarks were n pulsed 'I nacu Fa m, South of I s tfi i s ( lermancounter-ntl I a 11 ( d. Havre :—The Belgian gun t Netta sunk the German gunbi >at (iral \ n ( \ > itzen on Lake Tanganj ka, Afi ica. Berlin:—French troops pi n •trated German linesat Mon acu Farm. They also took a trench in the*"ecti< n Norl h of that position. North of Ver dun the French re captured trench si ction whii h t h< y lost in I auf( e Wo id. l'i tn>grad:— In the r< | ofSn n the( iermans made six al tai I s nil of W hie h wenrepulse(1 with heavy German losa In \sin Minor llu Russi i in. I he I urks have i di i\ i n fr< >m the North bank ol t IK Kuphrati s. New Y< irk : — I >< aths from infant be para lysis today were•II I here wi %  :/ i e A I asi 'I he epidi n ntr< d in ti e Island i nhattan AN UNUSUAL ESCAPE Airmi n in the war have i t d< d to an astonishing degn i: in th ; nti aircraft di nsl them ; but quite a new raanm r of • scaping i ap t uif i n an aen i lane v< as re ccntty brought out, in the i -ition pi. B*ili*h viati r for a flight iv coin plished in part in I m pany of a Cie -man officer. The Mai hester I \uardian tells the st< v I• iefly. The a >r 1 d been ob liged to I'd w Ihin the i aian lil : ; was m pi isoner'bv (1 i n an offit er. I he 1 tt> i %  % %  i i in Irmd, made his prisoner I ike him in his neropl ne for a flight above thAllied lines in or der to mi %  • %  it ions. Having si < n suffii ient, the offit %  %  e Kais d i red llie aviati nt" turn 11 s ma chine. In oi U r t< i di i so, the aeroplane mounted higher and suddenly turned over in anadmirabh loop. On right ing himself the pilot found that he was al< ne, the Ger man officer having been insufficiently strapped in. The a\ iator di cended as quickly as possible into our lines. 'I '. I i • %  %  Digest. POPULAR MKHANJCS 300 ARTICLES 300 ILLUSTPA 1I0N5 Popular Mechanics Magazine "WHITTIN SO VOO CAN UNDERSTAND IT" A GREAT Continued Story of th* World's *"* Progr*M whit h you nuy bcKm reading nt ,-inv tin 'i Will hoi. 1 r. You are living in tl year, ol the most wonderful age. of 9 doubtless th. twi .rid In the universe. A ieaidcnl (.1 M..is would gladly pjy — $1,000 FOR ONE YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION tothismnrai-ino in order to keep Informed of our prognw ui Engineering an ; Are you reading it ? Two millions of vour neighbor* are. and it Is the fa i zine in thousands of the best Ameiicin homes. It appeals to all classes—old and young — men and women. TI." "Shop Ifotr' Dtpartmsnt f?0 pmro*) gives c,y ngs—how lo nuke MSfulSI . I tuop, repair*, etc. Amateur H>rhani#a" ( 10 pace i tails howto -, J2.SO MS YER SINGLE COP-MS 31 CENTS A*k yoir N ...l^J.. < H ., r WRITE TOR Hit SAMPLE CC V TOOAV POI'III.AK AIKCHANICS CO. Jl W. WilhlmnuB ft, CHtCAOO, ISA. a •H H 0 H •8


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, August 04, 1916
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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Mvilllvis imIJ|< iu lurnre In vcrba mtfH(ri
Helnu, bound to swenr to the Dogmns) oi no Master.
Nuisnu N. P., Bbhsmni. FRIDAY August 4,1 'lf>
"HUP."
\o. 22?
1
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte St
i'iionw wo. p. o. : o:
It ed 75 m iIes Si
PUBT.IMIr ! All-V
I
yttlll

l A V A It LK IN
i
i i
Utv:
Poliomyelitis
or Infantile Paralysis
Is I I
I e death
i ] id.
V s ils arrivin i X t
York, v : i i ,
ml iii*- r<
llK const lil I now th.'it
our rtn lid ,| i le.ili li is not
ep.
PERIPA I ETIC.
Telegrams
.{111 AtlgUSt, !Ql6.
I idi n: led I. item o unties this
morning. l< ightj bombs were
dropped. There were no casu
.^^K i iiif-nt was
VjF o'i |ocl< tills
' l'i nt. n\ ille. He
hi : till with calm coura
\ Sw dish < imi i v as toi
peJi i I I ( in subma-
iinr in Mi'1 Gallic. Tw
i .Hid [ive woim n rcnchi '1
the c ui In k in
ime viciniity. The liner
Britannic, unarmed was sunk.
The Bitish steamer Heigh
ton was also sunk-, as was the
Italian fteamer I e Timbro.
I h :iiik front the
Britishareconsolidatii
posil ii u
" : I 11 man sub
in.i; ini Deuts Wand subn
t nint: cf'orli k oin mile
off the o st. It is !) !n
that the A rships did
nol si e i !: submai ine.
I'-'i Imi; /<'|i|'-'lins tba ppi d
( xpJosive bombs on hcflidon,
I lai wiili and in the' C nnty
of Norfolk. Thevreturned nn-
d.nia<" (I.
Muah n, Holland;- /. ppe-
lin L. i [.apparently dam.
flew along the I)nt< i
s hi' d i in by I >utrh
guai ds.
Pai is: North of the River
Somme s< veral German at-
: tarks were n pulsed
'I nacu Fa m, South of I s
tfi i s ( lermancounter-ntl
I a 11 ( d.
Havre :The Belgian gun
t Netta sunk the German
gunbi >at (iral \ n (\> itzen on
Lake Tanganj ka, Afi ica.
Berlin:French troops pi n
trated German linesat Mon
acu Farm. They also took a
trench in the*"ecti< n Norl h of
that position. North of Ver
dun the French re captured
trench si ction whii h t h< y lost
in I auf( e Wo id.
l'i tn>grad: In the r< |
ofSn n the( iermans made
six al tai I s nil of W hie h wen-
repulse(1 with heavy German
losa
In \sin Minor llu Russi i -
in. I he I urks have
i di i\ i n fr< >m the North
bank ol t Ik Kuphrati s.
New Y< irk : I >< aths from
infant be para lysis today were-
II I here wi :/ i e a i asi -
'I he epidi n ntr< d
in ti e Island i nhattan
AN UNUSUAL ESCAPE
Airmi n in the war have
i t d< d to an astonishing
degn i: in th ; nti
aircraft di
nsl them ; but quite a
new raanm r of scaping i ap
t uif i n an aen i lane v< as re
ccntty brought out, in the
i.-ition pi. B*ili*h
viati r for a flight iv coin
plished in part in I m
pany of a Cie -man officer.
The Mai hester I \uardian
tells the st< v I iefly.
The a >r 1 d been ob
liged to I'd w Ihin the
i aian lil : ; was m
pi isoner'bv (1 i n an offit er.
I he 1 tt> i i i in Irmd,
made his prisoner I ike him
in his neropl ne for a flight
above th- Allied lines in or
der to mi it ions.
Having si < n suffii ient, the
offit e Kais.....di red
llie aviati nt" turn 11 s ma
chine. In oi U r t< i di i so, the
aeroplane mounted higher
and suddenly turned over in
anadmirabh loop. On right
ing himself the pilot found
that he was al< ne, the Ger
man officer having been in-
sufficiently strapped in. The
a\ iator di cended as quickly
as possible into our lines.
'I '. I i Digest.
POPULAR
MKHANJCS

300
ARTICLES
300
ILLUSTPA
1I0N5
Popular Mechanics
Magazine
"WHITTIN SO VOO CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
A GREAT Continued Story of th* World's
*"* Progr*M whit h you nuy bcKm reading
nt ,-inv tin 'i Will hoi.1
. r. You are living in tl
year, ol the most wonderful age. of 9
doubtless th. twi .rid In the universe.
A ieaidcnl (.1 M..is would gladly pjy
$1,000
FOR ONE YEAR'S
SUBSCRIPTION
tothismnrai-ino in order to keep Informed of
our prognw ui Engineering an ;
Are you reading it ? Two millions of vour
neighbor* are. and it Is the fa i
zine in thousands of the best Ameiicin
homes. It appeals to all classesold and
young men and women.
TI." "Shop Ifotr- Dtpartmsnt f?0 pmro*)
gives c,y ngshow lo nuke
MSfulSI . I tuop, repair*, etc.
" Amateur H>rhani#a" (10 pace i tails howto
. -,
J2.SO MS YER SINGLE COP-MS 31 CENTS
A*k yoir N ...l^J.. < H .,r.
WRITE TOR Hit SAMPLE CC V TOOAV
POI'III.AK AIKCHANICS CO.
Jl W. WilhlmnuB ft, CHtCAOO, ISA.
a
H
H
0
H
8


Arrow
COLLAR
All Arrow collars arc
made 6f fabrics bleAch d
Add -tn mik in Dm owiJ
plants. They always
Hi and sit. i-oi u-H l\ and
are the most durable.
OH S.M.K A I
NASSAU'S
bea ki-i \ii.i k-
' 1.1 I I I, I" it i) .V CO., (.10,
IfAKBRSJ, TI.OV, N. V. S. A.
C. L. LOFTP OUSE
KxcltJkiVO Af< :...
. Coakley's
'Perfection'
lg Tobaeoo
|"pi. i' ' ; N< = its
I ' Keeps!
le of
..... : '
i
Id bi :-'...
: flaki
i" : "
a hint"The Uli
id. Cigai i ever,
I I
[" llie .'iici
|. C COAKl I \ .
p
T M! B
gs lo di iitenl
of the piil it- i '
till II i llll
St. CiM
6 |i in
Th* "Best" Light.
A Si ) |j
vvI)icli iii&i > i
la ighter i dan pIi < i .
acel)! ne. ''
itS OV : N
w< cK
Nodi
Over an i ;n
10 M I i HII
\ ilutel)
VV e foB illu d c.ita-
login .
Til. D UGHTt
I
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DP^kliS to inform his
- and i!i'' Public
, l ha I he has just reci
plele (".Mlit of facilities
bs u f a 11 u n
laki i. w liich | im In a
it ion torni n nut I'uni rals
. that maj be entrust! i
with system and
patii): p< c .' ly soli- j
lits theii patron Gel my
price first and pro\e ih-.in
they are llie vi ry lowi I for :
! I<.
FOR SALE I
lion in good nnditii in. Ap
pi) ' I lines K ly, cab No.
1 oi I i ibuue (lli i .
NOTICE j
THI~ is t(l illfoi ili mv
Patrons and tin Public,
that I have i m\
Public Iii... k Smilli Shi
find am now ready to do
anything in tin line I (\> ner-
ral n pair ut new woi k Horse
shoi ii > .1 spei ialty, All wo
'I i lianiciilly
1 11TTIMIIW llll !
Advertise in
The Tribune
THE AGILITY
Ma pfodiglc-tK leaping powers oftht' RangaKoo in
riffled ill the florid over. Its Bgilitj however, is
excelled by the case, and quickness with which
I u h I Soap *arpel dirt
from iii< dothetin lie i h
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys* w< li i ai m d and world-
wide distinction as a Snap of
thcfiist quality. Its reputation
is maintained by the /'iooo
Guaranty >{ Purity given
With bar, ami by the
good repi rt of millions of
housewives who use it daih.
. WHY NOT TRY IT.
Heat Eat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
I2oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
.* i
Shingles.
IUST received.from Jacksonville jx 19 "Besl Cypr< 1 at
\J per 1000. No better grade th in these on the Vlai t <
"Prlmee Cypressatias per 1 .00. Tl rrle* out
iamc guarantee as ih< I'<
Any defti tivi shingles can be returned.
Also Iieaper grade in lock
tprtt 6tb.iQi6 c. C SAUNDER8,


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