Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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Title: The Key West morning journal
Uniform Title: Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: June 12, 1912
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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Volume ID: VID00089
Source Institution: University of Florida
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; Outrages S and.' 'MassflicVesNear Expressed. "":'""'- That In. ::::' DHCISIYr ENGAGEMENTS :

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t ': Jjfawn up Alarmed Martial Wiped Out can; .Marines BuiSobnjUarnedTJbir \ A' .. .
.4. CONFERENCEINSESSION S
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'jo' :;J : o fSpetafoi'44s :; ;,:' ..**-* '' Hdngkon*., Juab 11.-The assembly .. :--- :M istake' S .
Cordora Alaska.' June 11.-The 1 :;
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';.f !; .: .,(1ijM.'. ,. : "'" iis! JJ athe l Nineteenth Session of the provincial governor in declaring Aleutian- Island Kodlak! [it reported Winning Aeroplane Made Dis 'S : -

: I :I IPUEHT r] :| : INTERVENTION ,''Since.. ganizatioh'. in EIghteen martial received I law/according here today.M.to dispatches1 ." to have- been practically, destroyed. tance of 330 Milef in AlHER; M IiuUETS; : L HURT- T . / ;

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,S 5 S J _. "" > Hundred N nety.f our Advices asjcelved hero relate'tns' by, volcanic eruption.: Fear Is ex- a 395 Minutes 5'' .
of Negro Leaders-Killed--German: J
hoclble brutalities. It Is reportedthat ,
:. ,- :Adpilral\O erhaa Eid Call -'" 3 4- -:--: the soldiers are practicing pressedtba't. the inhabitants may Caae BUrDubans', Fall \ ::1 i.

'Arcadia. Flfc., .June'11.-The State wholesale maasacrps. 'Outrages have have ,beeaiwiped out. Vienna. Juno 11.-The aeroplanerace : S 1

t"f bit American Miniver and Epwortti.' League conteren.ce' to be occurred In various cities. 'The [revenue cutter Manning was from Berlin to,Vienna was completed into'1 Ambush )0'-- -

.t, i Call: 1 Returned held- &t'Ta'1l': an e June 1LU4 will Executions-ire taking place dally In the, vicinity' of Kodiak duringthe' thl., morning with the arrival c-c(" S
at Wuchow men being sboton the '' 11Burn 11-S .
: "'. .. be 'one of'the 'most-important gatherings cllghtest pretext. The governmen't' eruption and has probably gone to of the winner In this city. rhe The news has Herman'reached Cane.hare that : '

St first data of young people for the present troops are flriag' volleys at short the' aid of the stricken fishing villages contest Was resumed yesterday despite "
S. Havana/.June 11;-TJC the negroes have burned "1.1',1': ,j
This the nineteenth range literally tearing the bodies of I which lie almost at the foot bf unfortunate accident which
battleship Rhodo Island and t1l.e first year. is session the fields of cane belonging1' to the German

class: cruiser Washington flying the since the organisation ot the the victims to pieces. The cltlseaa I the mountain on the other side of wr Cke'two: machines In an electrical owned sugarvlnfU. Uo.-Tb'tr.) ., I.; ...j
JJS are holding secret meetings planning
conference S fact has been communicated to the
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state League In 1894- the island. storm. .
;'bt', Admiral Ostorhatis. .
Rear to
enslpn wreak vengeance on the officials German minister in Havaha who is -
S. arrived In Havana yesterday after- The first meeting of the State Ep- engaged in carrying on the ozecutlions. Captain Knight of the steamer The race wa won by the German expected to complain to the Cuban ''Ii. 'e ,

noon. The Washington entered at worth League conference, according S Annie which\ arrived here yesterday, aviator HlTth.' carrying Lieutenant government. . '. I I X

SO-followed closely by the Rhode to the record was In 1894 'sometime Chinese merchants are advocating reported encountering volcanic !. Scholler of the German aviation Attack: on Marines. f I ..

Island. The Washington fired the in June. the day not being given. raising money by subscription tft, pay waves on Friday.! He'lost two barges oiirps as a pastiengor. He covered the The attack oa the American marines S.I
aaluta-to, the Cuban -flag and it waa. the expense of government Instead of occurred at one o"clock this : '
returned by Cabana. ..\* Klsslmmee was the pae.e of the negotiating a foreign loan with Hs and had difficulty In preventing his I. 330-mile course In 396 minutes negotiating morning. The number of negroes to p

S .>,? Gather'Karly' In Morning. "T meeting. ensuing complications. vessel from being swept away. the entire distance In"a the attacking party I. not known.
t The water front was lined with How appropriate that the first little,less than a mile a minute. but the marines promptly drove them ';

,persons earlr In the morning to see meeting of the state conference S off: Captain Mans waring praises the .
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ne'American warships, enter. When conduct of the marines. -. '---
should be there. The first chapter VEHDICT Q E1ORNED- MAKING TO TH"LCU" ,

f ..tbe"tbe lookout- nriu-.leht"theew.; on Morro signalled toot wa.-organleedL1i.the little-townr NHWt YORK I 1'KOI'LK-: OF. KEY: \\'E8T..: ... Two more More" Marine companies.....of.4. marine I,,' S _

.,S, S and';thousands of other hurried to The membe-s of the "Union Cuban are reported to have been sent ta' .
the Haiecon. the whrarve* and otherjtoUnts LAST NIGHT AT THE MOXROK. BY COPERS$ JURY MERRY FOR GERMANS' Guantanamo. Tneyare from the Mlsourl. .- -
ot vantage.:. 4 a Club" having< beard the rumor Another detachment leon: the ,

S S Tt>o irht ,IsrterreaiUoa Sore.Tb The Monroe Theater ha been -- that in said club some members to Barajon on Me Colgoa. S f S Sway .
t alght of the hundreds of ma- giving Its vaudeville'bill were collecting funds to aid the lamented Mayor'' Captured. I .
patrons good disastrous rebellion {, .. .
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,,rtDut1Jned.uP'.oDtbe: deck.of the ever since it opened several theodore Lowe Relievedof Entertainments PlannedIn The mayor 'of the little. wU'd of I -.
In our beloved coantr,. '
''. .meant.in, BOW going on Guaso Is reported to I
S warpip".Ppp.rentt7 heve'beencaptured
months ago; but It has never given
the minds Of the populaoe' that they Its patrons as good a vaudeville bill Blame of Shooting and Honor of Officers Inform the directors of the club and by the groea. .. I' '
the disastrous consequences
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would immediately 1&114.nd that Interve'ntJon'waaAlready as it gave them last night when S..... BaM Offer. 8rri<**. ; S i I' '
"'an accomIf Rem field's minstrel appeared for Killing His Brother And Men of ShipsT that such assertion will General 'Rabi :the famous .negrogeneral '>t .., ,

,_ .; pU4.d"_factJ'. '.-: . r \1. .,., the first time this week. ,ne.house bring to the club, decided to.call a of -the war" of Independence "' :\' > \ S

I' ..t>".oaet.a ,I , was crowded.'When 'to* boor",,lor opt ---- general meeting to protest sgalnstsuch dear hat again offered bs er1ca to Oej, S j\

l' ? .As hoe;**.tho warship came to ealag came.;- tnd.the. people ealyyad .Theodore LOVe, the young lad 5N.lWtYu'rk., June 11.-The Imperial '- representative a rumor Sr.and Antoala Invite Visa our Car eral Monteagudc to>>' help' pot dow> *&ii. . .

-5' .smohor,. --Dr. Rulloba.' tha marine to, the-'Zu't.b. popular oniDany'iparfonaaae whif'accident r, shot and 'killed ,his Qennan ...uad a..Including the Cuban'consul. :Editor: Jose the negroes. Oeaera"M9I1teaKUdo. S :
. & bo.pLtL5'petvIoo., 1} >v ''Tina and'ttmaagain; hit thet'oa' I bAttlasblp MoHke: :. and the cruiser Ferrlol of the Cantlnsla, Oerardo Fa- '
,to Jmake\the customary- .inspection.!: '. .on4ajniuftgj-1 '; I form e4 yhlm t.hsth.eenotoeept, ;
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) they'w.te;catte4 .bAck'b1' tbe ACtttin and flr.mee, arlvad In New" XI'' "
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..i.f4: \ I..? 5y: .It'' !.OUyarbor. 7oatirds7afld .tooVvtipposition I lip. of the Mcsigot.. ''c'; 'OetatJ9 CubVn hll..offer at ,thin tirneIsibet.1tS. ; not;; '1 S
;!f': :i i>, >LteuteM4tt. Oll.. .', aI4-4e.-camtl ,thelt $e ubft! rRtcLSPUS ins the\ Hudson rivet oU) I I Monter La*,!.LuctjXf:/" orter: principal'.for tha JOB;' Abren -' suttent5g1fllI. "' '.':' ....: ;S., --"Xt\\\ ( .''ii.. S. .,. S fh' .
:r of colonel Moral CoeUo ommandr .. paper O"lI.ral,JUbl'commandsgaLln." / :
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r ; ,ii tiSweL .:..cr. r nors jsrywhIoI I Orant'a tomb The tour 0 days' festivities -I of Ban Carlo s'chool( ; ; Jose Mor- '
Ittj; , *t the Cuban aajadcaptMn' oftha fluenes. prleoto province itot 'oPlt t&- . .
:,, f .ao't.ab4 ffyoOeit.s' ornjun I pagan thli enorning.Irb. I qUOS, Juan P.re..Iioljan4BellsarIoMendosa : '
fi ; .port.-,boal'd04the i vand extended ,the oatomarywe1cqzn 411 'eD\IT. arvthe' eat. of the city ant .talteat1i.p.It.; plirtLctzsrfr1bndot' 1'ft'K.'It.; .. j'. ..
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the island. .v : !V
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>j. >! / j. ) ", 1 mafey I, '.eatortainznti i'are .,'feeing ,, .% .
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tf i''i ;'itleajpAdttmliOterhaaa.r'acooini.: 1 ",\ .,, Ikb planned la gbeWbw.; ,The,pc.rsI5tpeIxbt5 I members atresd' to IZ. &tt! It-knowo f' 'llaof'lII'i'''' _:1 .. .

1 ..' S Vanl ecll',:bf1paqutn.Frank.r.K WH .:. ',,' "."OJ\\. wete"l'\aeet.tat;.Th.Utvy a jtaj:c 9at JMeat,civic,for dinner ighttoflk- to. the: Cuban< .Reofito.natafdclnVN of"i KayVf t..t.ettnat p, n..... ,".14: &1 :SS.g5.U5bfh4 ',. 1' S. "' .

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;! ti.e.t, h L0u4ICflr"Hlt.h OMoIJU_ net that.1 Jaatlfles :;uol j prejudicial '. , '
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t .i. President Games three 4a&Co' i \. ,
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... S ; ; i- t.; 'Wa.odQN' tkat" mother KaI111Q Sb HAf1JJlblre-unde"\ % satri.;, Jcnowng ., .
"- JJ., k uprsfni) and at the tjin* I ''; 1-
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t.- :\'Mbdatlel''p.u ring they were ;
? ye1t-an r Eorces tS ; bsdetr-hirn of ..m..e the' .bs.bjrjwhile'sVi the otnm$nd of Roar AdnUrmlCam- ', "
.. :! Minister; ,EWavpr. accompanied b,S. : ; I ; f [ ; fully, will bov-teri1a.n4:.ert jcoepted, .the president telilng"blm' S I ,,
.t:!, ,". S..5- 5 eron ,M R.,Wlnllow..As the.Germans \
!\\1" : 1j5 .*' wtic't short lout tt.-.would bettor all Ue Oubant, "fj
*t, :. jeeraUrro' G>bon-and"Bell return-' I on Hi errand. tp confer with Icneral Monteagudo. :,, :" :
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rY;" .'"'4';<*d i the;vsit) >f'Roar 'Admiral, Otter1f"11 -- 'J, tl! "! :; f tov:>*n eab! !or:; fk use, andjUhat! ;; >e.had. crovsod Island! and the the line,Statuo;etween,otLlberty Governor'they another' rery Intervention urirne'! ) race and.that stlll'worseforithe ,Ksteno i i". -. 'Garcia Kohljr at W orlc..*"',. r',
'o'/01o k "tb mmJtei ; wh
Hbaus tSrl6! & SecretaryGarctn Kohl, was
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-.! : .ijgotten! (..th,e(, old.,.;reroivorV: :..whleiihe Ie President Gomes to
,S : *l receiving, a'' slato of fifteen. gun i'ChICagO.Jhiltt7'Ivldi\ sent here by ac-
/:; % 'Consul Gen.rtJ.Rod. < calted latei : ;, : 'the i ;posv ..had.'playeJlw3th... . on'several I previous and land'the.....pU.'cI'army (tuns' on Oovernori :j i- end. We make 4t, known to the quaint himself With the exact sltua-

..1''i"1'I and',was Cr..04.wltb, a salute. of siblbarnivalhre; during 'the next: occaslond't6; i, amuse both himself : Cuban people'ot Key West that the lon, left here yeoterday for Guantanamo -
i t"l }.... tnVgun$ *., few;.days ,of <(.u.OItIItI'Rooae.elt>, whoIt and the be by; When the accident members of tho "Union Cubana to .continue his Investlgaious. S
r.v; t 'S S V 5 'Xo-ITnlforms Donned. I. said is preparing to conduct his occurred he was pointing the Club" does not conspire and that Its lie* Is confident that the np

s_". ,' 'A number ot om cora from the two campaign in-'p.rlOn Interest la the gun-at the baby ,who waa. reaching GOVERNOR OF OHIENTE members rondsmn Estenon's act. tolng' Is practically udder control.
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approaching convention is almost at , We do not wish to be the first to
P !warships camn ashore duringth out for it, and never considering the' Tho mayor of Guantanamo haa .t.l- S
,.to<'!ill ,.afternoon ",and''lstt. .nlgat< but they fever )heat. In fact it Is the onlysubject possibility of tho old firearm going PROVINCE CflNNOI break the cord that binds us In egraphed that the government forcesare
( '. _'! \Q. were alt in civilian dress. There was of conversation and the ho- off he pulled thor trigger. The revolver FIGHT peace and good will..that has existed crowding the negroes: under La- .
'1'l4' '.. 'flotOnekun1fomasbore.:> tel lobbies are full of partisans' of ', which car sod the acclder.t was amour: the Cuban c.olony' here and coste. the paralytic who has nearlyfallen I

(-4"l T* Shore! ..Leave.Its both candidates.This produced by Sheriff Jaycocks and that the criminal uprising In onr Into their banda (IWO or three S

:i ";" -' / t..1.und..stocd that there will morning saw many more answered the, description 1glyon by Givernment Says He Can Dp : country; hRs Interrupted( being decided times. LacoBte IB tho soothsayer of '
'\,t'", be no.shore'leave given tho marines leaders of both factions as well as Mr. Lowe. It was vory badly rusted, in this PIII'IOIeVA will not I 'iianabacoa' who now styles lilraaolf
t.. ., -.t and ,sailors while they are In the delegates and alternates, flocking to and would only K" off when the cylInder Most Good by staying nee any words that would Indicate f Bovernor"' of Orlente province. He Ii
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Vharbor, The .Am rtcan legation laid the city, and. ax. the battle grows was placed at a certain position tho conduct fl tlioee persons who la almost l liolnlej and. U carl led' In

f'J.L I:: 0)0 last.night< -that tho matter was .up in more!' acute the party lines. are being The cylinder contained two S at Ho me; were first to begin such dlaastrou* i, a hammock wherever he goes. lbs

'(' <<.,t': Admiral, Osterhansfi *- drawn tighter than ever. Old. politicians cartridges, an empty ono and a load. '._- propaganda; that lias' rtono H'J much 1 carriers are reported: to bo KettlnirUreil
nothing equal to It has hArm since' thr m inbcra of this| club '
''tt 'F' "* *L*ngth( of StayUnknown. say ed one. S ; of their dfngerous charge!: but
been seen stnne the convention of S Camaguey, Ji'no' 10.-The provincial hivp always 'known the duty that spall
I .The length.ot :.time the ships are Tho jury arrived at the following he holds them by a mysterious
',,,1,' likely Jo stay hero was not' known) 1880 when James A. Oarfleld' sprang verdict after a vory few minutes' de- council of Camaguoy lias refused patriotism: demands: they desire to which causes thorn to think that ho .'

t\I\:"" at .the, legatl ii. ,It was Intimated from comparative obscurity to the liberation. find was discharged by permlssloqi to-governor.. Caballero to receive the !respect and consideration will bring them) victory.To .
?,tr' Jbowever.- tnat", thoy 'would probably.ti' highest omce at the" hands. of hi. 'bounty Judge tItian: "Darrel Lowe go to Orlente province at the head of that they accord other Institution Avoid I Helmutionullsiii.! .

sail to. Other,; leland, ports after party. came to his death<< by a p-istol shot the, troops from hero to put down the of like kind.SUSANOVDIA7.'. General MontdasuJo has Issued
i(: ;5r l awhile.. ' Parallels with the Garfield conVention wound over tl.<9 left eye at the hands negro uprising. : President, an order to oltlccra forblJillJiK them .
S No Marines lamttrit. are' boing drawn and there I.a It of h's brother,' Theodore IJ we.e I,r[ The members voted unanimously I PKDRO fcKQUEIRA. Secretary. from giving out any news to the .

: The legation.:', was1 positive In Its great deal of talk about a third not yet 14, end thet-vo' little ones the/governor's' place woo In his Key: Went Juno 10, 1912. press which differs fi-pm th'at given! '

"1 .declaration 'that'' marines would not candidate.a rt.uk'bQtae that is being with a pistol that was supposed by ownprovjnc0- as no one was better -- Ulclallr. -'- '. -.- 101 .J.. be landed'unlo3 extremely grave clr- groowed for thV. fray In.the case of a the father; to bo not In good condition prepared tei' handle the s llllltion 'of ] l>A! IAOIVn. PINKAII'Mflior.: : . r Jlunds of IOO OuriHIlm. **- l- :
S .".' "cumstance warranted such action. deadlock that: nnnot be broken but -troubl'Occurred hero.I 1 ,
{ a ml which tho ether had placed' General Monteagndo! hRS Uued an
z : ;t Number\ .of Mar1ns.S the really big leaders on both' sides aside as of no account." i ;;(,'_ '_ _ The rnins: of tho past I two weeka order that tall !K"errllla companies

;..tJ! The Washington brought< 250 marines refuse to consider anything an>- S Pointed In this sertitvi! and alung' the east I shall be composed! of nat more than

j\r'\ ,1" be.ldes'.hf-CrOw of RiO! men. body except their! : own candidate. ParagraphsA coast aro.sald to bo damaging the 100 men. Prlvall'G.111 bo 1 paid: $1.50
ThINGS TO KKMKMIIKR.
Pl.":....\, The Rhode; Island' carried ,140): marines pineapple cros Irerparahly. aud will dally while *wo sergeants will re-
'. :.. and...a ''eM",.of',8$11: meiti ,The Florida's ,Fourth ConRrensnUtnMulberry bank has just been organized at cause consldornb/e/ loss to tha grow- celie $90 a month. Tho two commissioned ( -
4., : 'I Washlnirton/is Commanded by Ca n-j -S Herald: (;01. T. J. Laud : Let HB paus3 in our pursuit of tJmatilla with < Ia of'the ablest members money prvpleaanre or health or happiness -
: tain-Richard-HDghesj'and the Rhode JBrown one president. The The season should bo now at lis. 8100 month ec.tlvely.
a a rC8l'
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,t :". .J Island, bvCovflnlnderL-L.. Jones.'iv:' : of the Florida delegation in congress on this day of days' July ital of $f&.O0O..he.85ntori; Her.Jild cal'stock height, but' owing to the rains it Is !Negro' Leade-s Killed.' ."*. *J S

K'I",;,' ,'4i/ ..' ,'... !Hf'I'<<' in Five Hour and Is the only one of whom who.' Fourth, to rotacraber some of the ;tt Impossible 1 04; get!; men to work In the I News has reached hero of the ..

-,'':: .., A modern and -
uptkj.dateapartment
I' ad ID hours. i ii i i memories or that have 'been un- I .
t ja
five
) .1'.Jla..r' a point where It will not stand killed In Ptiesta
: : .An'c" of for ..d that they house Is to be ejected In St. named Gardcy. was
,,; yeeaeWa74nchored in the, lower thought Jong may '
; i."The POSTTHROUOHOVTTJ shipping.-Miami Horald. Uonlanto by one of his own men .
'. S. have been forgotten. It will do us Petersburg tb.la summer, lght apart-
l c. bayc and .tbr!\ eallors;and marine "
the burn-
about
t ;, 'ell'overlootrtSe city .which.,they'are good to re-read' I jznewts will be Included lb' the bulM- 'lI AB AMONG THE' INDIAN'S. I when they disagreed also S
of home. Captain iKlealaa
$ ; ; not.allowed to tlsit.Bantiaiiro' .. ." Washington June 11.-':LeglsVs'on ;. '..i.WeJo4n ourselves to no partythat log, each equipped witk bath and all Ing 'a
y '". does not the flag and modern convenience Lakeland killed,,,,rehel chief named Varade
} i ;- de,Cuba;:Juno 10.'Thei.o. ; for a general parcels 'post crry keep j The AlrdomUI have the companion "
'/.::.' ,". at.tack'JQf Y.lnet"1IPon.the town of throughout the United States poe step to the mu-fiC of the Unlon.I .""- Telegram. picture of'"An'Indian\ Masaarre" near Bongo. ,
.< : 'Tanamo'land clash be- sessions except .he Philippines, Is I Rufus Choate. Messrs. John B. Floyd and S. L.McYVhorter. 55
'L' t. Sagua ,d. ,' > a here for Friday' nighty and the GOYEifIr: I'ltKStt: AfJRNTS. I
be, nacted bit "'Our country! In her Intercoursewith I 'of Birmingham Ala..
.tween negroes tind1 American' marines practically certain to :> ? film comes more highly I than any "
"S. < the la the''opinion foreign nations, may she always are' at t be Ocala'! House) ;; It is reported I -
?& *4A'V ,t.I': : Cnero'.were .the'chief development present congress other .that"nav., ever been here. The InvesMg'atlon by a cojgrePuona.>!: S .
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:.r" of Postmaster G"DeralHI; %hcock.'Ina be in the right: but our country that .these gentlemen are looking 1 "
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{ reported .t"II' ert.l.h adqUar- name of the {Urn I IS "War Among Indians 1 committee, Iii session In Washiitrton
'VJ 1".I'', 7 \;\ ters-hers'tod'y.-The negroes at a:-. statement today he expressed the .right. or' wrong."-Shephen De- I the Krofta d over with a view of. ."' aad .tr'wlll be '& puller for recently "revealed" what almost every S .
I Iif.ti hope that the measure Introduced clLtur. building] a-$200,000 hotel, They rep- '
N' .. ';: ; 'jrnaide 'Tanajno' were repulsed by The Alrdome: Jl'rlda.Oand Saturdaynights. editor In Americahas
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i ;; 100vfederairguorrlllas. and .30 rural By SelatorBo\ m. will be made. a Our country Is the world-:onr I' resent alar: < ::outketJ1. .otel syndlcate. . fl '. i S known newspaper for ,years, n.tl'mely, that an'
: 4 law countrymen are alf manklnd.JWI1lIam .""-Ocala Star.:
\guard.' 'n."cnlJ' damage done to.th.towflWaI.the ; _. _ _ v_ _ I of the government department employ S
Growers'
n *TBe Lakeland'Citrus As-
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:ij, I. I, (, OUM..on'the.OQta1drtL banning Several of a oth4 few: ;er. 'liosada and killed*eight< negroes "I only fegi-etthat I hae' 0 'butane) a deraaonthe"; local branch' of -the RecorL' tof'' ", I press agents. Some of the con- I

;: t ;J... sroan.-sklrmlnhes: are reported. re.smUnar and captured, a number of horses and life to lose for my country.','-Nathan t Florid Citrus Exchange. Is preparingtodouble -I s. H. Goy ''I' 1 busily engaged in gresslonal probers were much shocked "
specifications for know that the ot
<< '. In'aevoral deaths of negroes. other effects. ' Hale. './ .', \ 'tfa .,!ts cap.clqlor >the 1 drawing plan and to of the press federal agent service
department )
--MfiViHa"efrMM' Yvonet. FeU Into Ambush. "On. flag, one land, one heart": on* doming tseason.this' Increase being:. a hotel and several bungalows that one

Ii"; ,4; "' -.The' at-taclltorl.Captaln: i "IfrJeslas on _Lieutenant *Cot* reports that his hand. one nation e..rmor.O.W; brought abput by the fact that contracts the president; of the AtnerkeaLend.. often spends his time attacking aa-' SIt
j fW. A. Prl4m I I. contemplating Otber branch of the service. .1(
men fell'Into an ambush- 4 o'eleck Holmes.' ,', Jt. l/ A have already "been' signed tuhand1ethre Company. *r.
'j 'Tvon.Is expected hourly/If: j the negro : I bro "ht out that the >
: -lea de"xhas-not-been able to I Sunday afternoon. One federal ,soldlen .. "1 was born American:?! r live ., times the fruit handled having erected ta the new was press '.1,
,.throw the federal troop off his track \waa shot In' the leg.:The an American: I shaildi., an Amert- last year.' Lakeland-Auburndale town of Harwood: There are'so many t**ent of -.loDartaient ofianrlcul- S -.5.
"' '** his *settlementnorth ture baa fiirnlshod to newspapers 5
Herald. people -visiting ( new
iC before/this.: i were driven from their 'DeW', ean'Danel.W.bster, : \ sgys.1; '.
tbeflboU1Ietnet ; S
\ 1. negro'. : S On nearly""overy stresttln Bt\ Au- of the'J'cwmoka; river, that aqme throughout the country and to correspondents
losses.w re reported. -r- .
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{ Iot 4 ; ,That: nnd rstawtln' oenr Is "t thatyvoe.t.h&s.O5lt1.lr3.nUaber t .. .' *In materialderogatory
Washington
5 of 1 J_ I Two NerO DefettU. ONi ;WAY ;TO'i&\14'DIq1JEo ,gustlaa building work .i"going 01[. kind .of .accommodation must bo: arranged : S-1

;<\;f'' 'lu: wen who hate drop Jed .oat ext -.f 'f Captalq ,Pardomo reports .urprisIng -,::1 3. .tL.S . i
,m.' i '. : ,..URI by the p r.lsUiW pursuittoiwhlah :, a.aJr4"or. negroes at J o'clock! ., : l'Ol'6.i JunaV; lJviTbwad- reildeDCe / are constantly being let, ; Davtona-Hallfa Journal. testimony.\ siimmon Tbe purpose ot th'ia' \ Srow S
they-lare bee aabjMt. ' :sterday.T/JBarv','Pedrera de SantaAsa.t'jTwo .lIr-e guarrd of boomer*:-of the-can- muchproperty. : has changed bandsduring. "The avaraK .Bltwapaperman'hardly v
L"" 'I": -.i. oi. pt1iiJnore: than five or-slx derogatory; <*t witnesses who ha.
,S.T.!"' "I!,- ,> !:Icht. 'N'ecroea KI ecI. I ne roea were killed Attotber :- i"4It.tiw" far<,-Uu<., <1emocr4tc" nomlna- thai ,.. .y.ar.lapprovement ever bo fore be had ehanae
S the witness a
\ ;,Captain" .HIf&' of the< guerrillas 'band faa surprised at Carldad t'ofo1prahlent. :Is srrlTlos herd work alone various}Ines I is) being carried hundred, ;working<< days In a year. but thus dlstredlt him ut- I
r" f.. bes.;Informed: : General Monteacudo and two move casualties on the negro ton': tAr,4,ttonai convention: and. larBrians out extenslvelyin'nearlyeenysection of course\th
.", .,;hat ble command curprlsed the leadt -' side resulted..'&0.-''. .4" : ingei for th..earnpalgn. ._ 'ofh.., cHSt: ',Augustine' ruie.iaciil&Journal..' .:. i I ted. ,.\. S
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I ;:)'1" As ,.consequence ':the '''price i Jf
a' "'What'a In the boa,*; asked'the' girl AL&N.O\Vr-& ; ; '

of .,the ground 'article \iwiJl; also be In pink. "The young maD. with tu high :SyNDICTEi \ ;
( forehead smiled,'at her "I'm Kplng to ; .. "

raised by :the; different: 't passers supplying teach brought you Over che the a.'V'men: / ..,::::1;;ti ; i! "

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it. Perhaps rear many perbctirlovely"teried, ( ; .
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girl In pink;:Immediately pulling : inn ,thehistory, of fH !|cit tyliave' t= ,r1 1'1',0
who al.teadY'payingthis off the cover. "I know rll be Just $ : ',..
are; :
among you prazy'about 1t1! Aren't they cunning! U. such Genuine i
Bargains as
we
penalty: T .have': secured 'several young."I'm man glad in,you're'a gratified pleated tone," aid"I Was the :(during the ,remainder.of tIns' arerrofferln1gffl{ : . ; , t;c;:"' ;;

lots at : ch.figpres afraid you, wouldn't want to learn Drwould' :
though sq ,a& '
be bored. Few women. care '. r

{ to leave the price unchanged' *, as 'about game!".chess.' It's. ", 'really, a' great II'-i : ' 'BIG SYNDICATE) SALE ; t ;, ,' '.'

long as. the. lots lasl:. The 'idea of not caring abou\ It!" ..
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.eJca.lmed-1he] girl In lnk.JJreadl.W | 1'v "\ ;.
THE PRICE' PER POUND out the board. "I know It's to differ f ered. the people ot.thecityWc r ; J have-stntply.---;"';'''- ..... ".' \ ; .' >
IS,25c
ent. Why, the other girls will simply ll/ 1 prices below'all andI
die of envy '''when, f tell them' I can' previous levels, we are

(lot the sumo good satisfactory t !ami] reliable .article Play "chess! It sounds' so, intellectual ,1\,\b,' .. doing the business. As stated yesterday, we have receivcd -. :., ,
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which has mido "EL CENTRAL" f famous, for. I
"Now well set the thousands of dollars .
announced
- up men. worth pf new goods' end \\t" t --'
over twenty five years. the young man with th'e_ high "

Think: of this if yon\ wnut to sa\e Uollun on .the"c', >/fle9 forehead. we are' ''': going i to.sell them. at the";same ,low prices that ''V .' :" '. '....:,:.; "
which sell '"Ohthey're not all alike are. we are the' r I .
selling alread:1'iiad
you : goods "
we : in stock when '
they? g.he continued In surprise; :, :. ,

J. F. CARBONELL, "How would funny mix you! r dreadfully should think I Don'tyoU that the sale began,* twelve days'ago.. I I, '. ,.,,....

610 DUV\.L' STREET think It would be lots easier to S I )!(,
play If they were all alike? I beard .,'''. '
__ "-r .-1 --11 of a man who 'could play six games YOU
of chess at ODcIet'a! try IU"! WANT BARGAINS? '
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The young man coughed. Well. I "
w have men for only one game," be said. III"III"D do want ,
I you better bargains than .
have
MKK.4'HIS/ MKA.L.1PIK : 7113TILYr "Maybe ft would be better just at first : you ever ,
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t '11 :['AHKI II, und noL only that not to try any more!!" I be fore;at any place or at' any time? 'AJf you do,. ; '
"All rfght. agreed the girt In pink,
but he llhes to h'o, thorn' prepared cheerfully. "Only] f think It would, be now is the time to set them. We have them for the 1I'
r In a hurry when ln l iN runhoil fort: loads of fun to 'have six games at the 'I

r }:a flaw \Voarj "making, n nj"eui liy same tm! <>.! Then "we l.1J4'VIR';rl'l I'' ; ' ;;asking, and we .have the bargains that will satisfy '
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Men's moaU. around among them: I get 'awfully t tth'et time.COME. i -
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' THE FIWH.V! PESTHHfl[! because I have nerves My mother's. .
slst er'i'"Now II.
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R ,..l, I inlly tllniii: ;? room I U NI"lpl.d) | | III move this one" said the SEE OUR NEW GOOD -II. '
young man. Tlren ho explained, the -. ; .
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1 i \irlHht nn.l Mi et ald "It". '. ,
r .It moves to Ler and finally .: .
," and\ we inaku IL xpi-ulalty of your turn.* :; and make your selection. We have theoi ',
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curving: L unillrl.\ to let them all movo nllke!" aho crlpd = here by the thousands of yards and : : '
we want I ,
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prepared andwe lust mixes you up! la that really! .
Our mcals.are always tastily the way you !have to play or are you you to get them while they are marked '
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want
vn.
give you quick service. When you just trying to fool me?" : >

t a good meal, quick come to the ,- "I'm" not smart enough to. make II iJ "
up. said the young man. "Men more
RESTAURANT. h brintant than I Invented the movpi .

TUVAL, ./ . .1 ..... .. ,. .. .. bUT1dl'i'ds.nd"Wen."! said hundreds the gIrl' of In year pinIndlgr ago." h W; }fS 't tIF
StOre Of.
....-=- -.-- - --- DaUttT",."" f they've been playing- It ac i lS1 i' :FasblOn i. '
I tit ,' long I should think they would have .. V J .
rO '.IER-ALLEN? CO.sGI straightened it out a.d' simplified 11 ' I ',", ' J' : ... ,. ... ....
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}.i*: INa ; N -+ ..i.". ;.:; -. t .::; . 'INSURANCE when what you yon are play dolngt checkers!,,:JTtbls and yov tb teg's Know 1 ,.:, f.l.mllll. il 'I il: 0" : ': :: : ;:':j.I'i'iJlli.. i m lh .- wISafefi -

.. .t :"" -," RrTI-h\, !k 1> queen why: Jsn'; there* at crpwir '01' .., .-, .", '- .. : .
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.,, record and stream guarantee. r the UDe-td, .. ,wttb 1 were< yotf.**>, ' A'' 11<"\ ','r"rd .,.:..,,'/J: ( ,t :: f.t'\. ..: ( ( ;': :;:'',jf4.lt; ? ;::;, ) ; "t.. ,, :i't" :I., .1": j-. '')'i\Zt\ '. '; .-
fihmeJit ofall: obligations.. ; NAn 'rtgnt, !'sad/the'- t'I"I ifc* pint [ .'Y I' .Ill.,1' \ ...': I.
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reward "lit' < ,
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i Our; success' ;... e' mares though .ftf* so tonnjto 'I'" ;t I I"' '.1<\ ' ?: "
: sew,It go ol.. i'v: - "" 't'-.1.1LLi.- ' lu saiasfe
= crr.ecrMlr.1Il1Btd" .. ; : ['Vi /A--y5 1.t\.*:7-w-wj iV Y"tyr *"V v'T '
and the result of earlytwenty straight ahead-" ,. ;; .\ J Jpv'r .
merit > .1',
"'1rt you' can't." said tb.youag.maD! ..( 'R...,...ea' : ., r '- "
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dealing with I .. Y ': ". '
honorable "Tour bishop cant move becan thab .," -,. .. ., .".
years .
pawn f. In the way It i. .. ., ..
*7 don't think a jlttKs-' mght tr :
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our patrons. ; :. )Uetter than cal m l. '. 1 f
count when It's bikhop th" want The surest safest and ", ; { ,
to get by."" said..the girl' fn pink arga ,} . .. t.tj..
WHY.TAKE CHANCES nentatlvely."Wow more .satisfactory; .ihanpills.
best thing to put a ." t
Ug'c'c
Ml move tblr. said I tit :: :

ELSEWHERE ? young your man queen", nl'mly.ron.. see It threatens gish liver- to work andkee6&ou DSPm Equally' beneficial) : . I .::.

"I don't see why that la sp" awful,* !' ; U.\ 'Qs t for children'' or adults , IS
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I queen U the moat 'Valuable of alt be .<1'". ,.
it you Wllnl ,, cruse it'1 moves farther am) In '
Don't forget y yet -it- ; ever __ .._ : (
:r.-r direction?' Oh Arthur! I saw Marie ; .7 : : ', '._
Magnolia Dmutftt::: Beer you ; tru downtown today and what do you suppose 1t4; -' .. . "I fl'' ,,. :l!"...,.,I '. ; ( ,
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11112. stacked up in front of him-you ought Notice lb. herjby given that the undersigned :t
Slgued "Ht'CH OVNN.Cotinty to mote em' out.: What's that thing'' ,. Ii' married k Pure-Food '
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and who is looking for a permanent "I'm afraid" ;suggested the young the 16th day.cf June Ill tor a ORDER YOUR CREAM FOR TODAY- .mwmfe: 'i' ,
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position. Apply to M. Rlppa. 607 man that chess doeel1' appeal U license to manago, take' charge of. :

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Plans a fascinating number! of .pigeon holes she asked with apparent simplicity I violinist'With'unmasked1' surprise w < i .
E J' .'*f Building Prepared Iron Cottage for Any to Clan sky Her Curiosity a'Dd'flecret drawers that. attracted Eli The dealer scanned her with shrewd his face, stood aside while Elsie .flub' COFFEE, : SHOW I-- : .jI: ,
ale this afternoon. She was standing ,,
eyes, and. 'saw'''nothing save her little tered past him Into the dingy room. ,, $ .
t Jeeraper' Drawings and Bluer 'Shop there, wondering it within, some still dove-gray personality with soft brown .,-"You wished to see met"- he u "4 : .
(1( ,S 'r. prints made of an/Ctnai you I: concealed 'compartment''' 'there' might eyes. under the gray hat... gently,;' 3, Corner. of rene' A -FJUpatrick, : ,. .

1t' wish a All work' guaranteed 8y >... DlckCopyrUrbt. .... not 'be a bundle of old ,love letters "Y(!s-perhaps I let that hundred. go? I El.ie. nodded. She was frightened la the best place to get Cigars;Ooflee, ,. .
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''r .f T. M. .., tied about wIth: a, blue too QUl 1t." ; now that she was In his presence.\ Shad '
', BRYAN. would fall to pieces at a'touch. There "Then -Twill give you '' I WO for It." not .realized that he was, 80 tali Chocolate. Sandwiches" CoV' 41ilk !'f'. '
i ., etteeTIOCaroline. St., ..( l.. by..AnwcUtted. 1Jter ry might be a. withered rose ora, wrinkled said Elsie a little breathlessly and commanding of presence, or" thai and J:5ouP.\:: ":
. little glove: some rello of a bygone rot "WellIf The dealer laughed shortly."I his voice was so rich and'vibrant, Hsi \ !

f', ,,., '.., ", PROPOSALS.. ]9laler'vial' clad "'to;leave 'toe em lr1 mance. ? ? >_, j tIYomther'dim would not make anything and I arola : looked proud,.too. What would he I aa] : '
:1..>, r1 .I''' 8the office and come out Into the afternoon | corner behind the business to make mon,)." to her when she explained her I ,
:<"I'" 'F,) '.r ;*m be received at the office unahlae of ,Uadlion, 'square..rBb. escrltolr Elsie was roused to look toward "You said It-was' 'not .wortJa '100.; rand o--.0'! !

..:t'l ) tr;-t "*r .__J"i>nrl'City' y Clerk dune Ith until, iOtl 7 o'clock'p.for >patued> for'an instant and h..iut e4.> the front:lot the shop''wheraJhe tw: ; I I What he did say to her In his am.urprl.e *
if. ? fur- Up In tb. proprietor In conversation with( a corrected:, ,
t' ... HblBc the city with Bituminous little ball bedroom that was EUIe. looking hIm straight In neither of them ever remenx
\ ,:" 1) ''ih 1 flan the period of one 7 ar. coal al e called hope .n'lieu'of a better slender, dreamy.yed'young Wan who the'.yes.: "I'wlli.tlve.you'$100 for itIWWS bered. When they.parted It. was wtth I t I
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!I\ "t,,j.' .tee' any and mU bld.. ,be finished,If she expected to weajr i iIt "It .is 'an ,'Amatll"' protested the "Catt)lt $105 misq.tbank'7ou... The found a frlerv). Qustav,, Spohr had < There's Nothing That' Appeals ,i
.' . 7:: .Br order t>f City Obunclt: oft Sunday; Every: afternoon for"a t ;young man' -fff 'violin favours.: ; Shairi'have It dusted pressed his gratitude so delicately, ec '
'{Y J. ," .!d:. 1:.. COLD. : week abe had" hurried home to sew, "All violins are AmaU or Stradivarluireplied oft?" lt made a tnovement- If to gracefully; ,' that Elsie parted from bin ,
.,, &. .;I ".<::0.\1" :\' City .Clerk. and very stitch''must""he made b, the proprietor -skeptically. \ take the case tcTthe. rear df the store, without one doubt as the wisdom.od to a tired, *man or i iso women *. w
I ', <'" band-and yet there was another anda v"Mr Spohr, I will give you 1.100 but Elsie quietly laM 0ar hand upon her Impulsive 'action. He had told. hei "' '"'
h', .r'.. stronger call that turned, her feet for the Instrument; It I buy; it I am the handle. If he was"\inscrupulouB gently that be treasured her klndllnesi: much as a tdsftily pre ;
I 'f t!" ;;,:" .: ',i' toward Fourth arenue. Elite Chapla taking ,a 'risk. I do tot like. to handle she would not give him an opportunityto above everything that had ever happened r! l
\o "I' .'n , !!'T-' : -1Ie1de4..tcLthLluua1LP4.went musts, Instruments." chang the violin:. i i! I to him, and that the return ot pared meal, and there's"L.
;'-'J": ,. Perhaps 'It" was laughable that 'j "The--Tbeinnsclan-bent-hls-head-over-the-' -_-!SIwill take Jt. as It is.". she: 1II@ld. his violin would enable him to resume t

{ .... quiet little do.e-Illte. stenographercould becutlful violin. He'pasBed a tender: "Please'.give mej' a receipt. for the his position with the largetheaterochestra '*-\nothing elps'make-a--ta. > U- -- '_.__J---!_
,. find delight 'In poking, about hand' over the satiny wood flicked a money" of which he had once been soloist
1 .. "1I I among the- 'second-hand shops'of' String that vibrated with almost human F1ve minutes. ;'afterwards'' '''Elsie ; with the renewal of 'his health ly prepared meal so much +/;, .. .
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1', \ Fourth avenue after a day spent In melancholy and then laid the Instrument Chapin walked out of the antique shop he would not only regain that position( ,
transcribing dull business letters on In Its case. carrying a violin case. She had parted but later on hoped to appear in con as the BEST groceries. ; i j
a clattering typewriter. It was true "' "It Is yours for that price." he said with half of her savings it had tak.nI '
I yl. t ,'ty. however. Whatever color and 'romance quietly, but Elsie read in- his tone despair her two years to'accumulate, but some- I cert.After that there were many delightful For that kind, Telephone v, .j
came into her lonely life was and almost agony at the parting I how she felt supremely happy. She musical treats In store for El- j jI
; furnished by the multitude of lovely with an instrument that was' doubt was about to make someone. very tie Chapin. Tickets had a pleasant "Your Grocer" 1 j : ;
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and curious articles In these antique. less his means of livelihood, for Spohr. happy, too. hritlt of dropping into her mall, and :
:.011 shops. was rather shabbily dressed and thin | She called up one' after another of many times she went to hear Qustav I (

j There was food for fancy In the ancient and pale, as though be were recovering the hospitals until'fhe discovered the Spohr play. Once a month he sent her II 'I' WM E ROBERTS
pewter dishes and the willow from some long illness or. had one wherein Spohr had been confined. a payment: on the $100. and she was _j
1 pattern china; a chair that bad belonged been Insufficiently nourished. There she learned. address and I almost disappointed when the debt ""
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I to some long-dead personage; Elsie's tender heart was wrung with entering a subway train, she was soon was cancelled. The obligation, he said, 220 Duval St.
; ;''ICK.. OUT THE BEST, perhaps a bedstead upon which royalty pity at this little tragedy being en- at her destination. I never could be paid. ;
had slumbered In a distant land; tall acted before her. Many times she It proved to be'a lodging house Ina The day they were married Qustav I
( '::7 >MACHINE SHOW clocks that had marked the days of had read tragedies and romances in very cheap quarter of the west side took Elsie to her curiosity shop and. to "If Roberts hasn't got :i .
, forgotten lives; an empty Jewel cas the antiques of her curiosity shop. When she rang the bell and asked: for her delight, purchased the old escrltolr
I "\ ket; a piece of rich tapestry-there Now she was witnessing' a real heartbreaking . Mr. Spohr. the sharp-voiced landlady which she loved, and behind which, it, it isn't in the city." .
,,. d'you will |pick out was a story In every article, and Elsie drama. 4 eyed her keenly; she had been hidden when' she first ,
Chapin had learned to read each one. Fascinated she saw the proprietor *'I guess he's up to his room. Third saw him ;- --

-r-- .. Julius Walterson & Co. This afternoon she hastened her count out a roll of hills to the violin- floor front hall. He ain't thinking of "I can't find any old love letters or Greaux .
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steps until she reached the particularshop ist, and triumphantly bow''out the deJected Riving lessons here-because. I won't even a withered rose.. Qustav she < ,
that she called her own. The !, young man. have It," she rasped stepping aside. said after she had thoroughly ran "
314 SIMQNTON ST. Front 01 Maf attendants had long ceased to be susplclous By the time the proprietor had returned for the girl to pass her. sacked the secret. biding place of the WATCHMAKER & JEWELERXHTATIU'WHH
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, onic Temple. of her lingering there among to the violin Elsie was stand "I think not-" Elsie was beginning desk. Lee repairing to delicate wstcbsean4 .
the treasures. Perhaps they read In ing beside him. when there came a step on the "Never mind," be murmured "hide . Ii
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''Horse Shoeing a Specialty. I her rapt and dreamy eyed abstractionthe I, This Is for sale?" she asked qui stairs and she looked up to see Spohr our own love letters there for our Wnrk dose piomvUv aDS with 1
. '{. : truth of heft coming It was not etly. coming down. He was without a hat, grandchildren to find and tell them I atUtfUon. '
V7e repair anything'! and Everythiau. the articles nor their value that she He'nodded.. "You saw that young Ant In his hand he carried some, I the story of your old curiosity shop. :6'I DUVAL ST. '
'l. Machine craved-it was the ktory she read In man?" money: The eyes of the landlady fastened -, and how you found. husband there!" I
.\., worrollll} Hods.R. each one.Sometimes. ._I heard what was Bald!" she avidly upon the money. -s I

. one of the attendants returned.' "Did you want to see me, Mr. Ocean travel now to be muff Gallat's TonsorIal Parlot 1
' called her attention tq some newly "Yoi-. did!I" He frowned. ;'He Is Spohr" she asked meaningly. a' well ns luxurious. ,

) .:,; W. Harrison_ acquired article, always assured of her Spohr, the violinist. He has been sick "If you please," he said gravely, and Centrally Located, and ). ,
' interest and appreciation. They could In the hospital and' must have moneyso paid her the money. She was Instantly A man rarely knows when in >.i Convenient To All, ...
1, not know that in the daB before her he"sells me this, -I am,, taking a overcome with servile politeness."Thank card an old suit of clothes. NOT (nD COLD WATER ) BATH 4
;FHigh S(8n; de"o 'Unfortunate father's failure/// business chance, of course." ne said, looking at you so much Mr. Spohr!" V. '
'aDd -subsequent death, there had her unchr,bl. beetling brows. she gushed.' "This young( lady wishesto Sowing seeds of kindness I" Latest Tocsorkt' Appliances, and \ '"

: R been many treasures In her own home. ,!?"You mean* it'' may be a poor Instrument see you-you- may use the parlor right, and sowing. grass seed t.> '.' the most moderncanitnrv method i I'
Phoiographie* She was alone"now and,' perforce, con ?" f if ;you wish. She opened the door of good. rAE'PLACttYOU'Rg; ;?ZOOg1A0 'FOB 18 .....-
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One Gallon Galvanized Oil Can Mens's silk hose per pair : 25 cents


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One to a customer, 10 cents fancy handles, strong and durable: $1.00 1


: Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 6 for values 49 cents '

'? r' + ,10 cents. These handkerchiefs will be Lace Curtains---others charge you 75


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w .t .. . . . . .23o Bale Price . . . . .
r', r One Trunks.for boys... . So Granite Pots, 6 jte J1.4
Carving Knife, worth ; .15o Night Lamps, brass body with Bathing! ; ?
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.::5;. ., a. ,One Bread.Knife, worth.. . 10c SbadeaadBllrne.. Linen Box Payer, pure linen Granite Pole, S nlo 2 . '. .100 BREAD BOARDS.
.. One..Mea .Baw..wo h . . .'. .150 Granite Cofleeffee Pots gtsqtr Large< sice, 16x24 Inches sold by
-- Oomplete'. tOot& stock, nna'nled. 24 sheets Oranlte Iota,' 8 . . 2Sc .
1 p', w. '., ., On. Meat 'Cleaner worth. . '. . BOne 0- Ladles- -Tea: Aprons, bargain- ,.lOo" ..paper ** envelopes In box Granite Pie Plates, all sizes :50 othersat COc, Sale Price . : slat '

?' ft Cake Tamer worth . . lOe safety Pins paper' I do etttor' a 26* bargain everywhere* for lOc WATER COOLERS. -* P.IDBONS.
Alarm Clocks, with shut offguaranteed 2 gallons, regular price $2.00 A clean swoop. By Saturday night
..... : . . . ; .100 alum for ooe' Sale Price. . . '. . . 11.24 we won't have a piece left In the
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: t r''.:} ,\ ,:, ,:' 'r'', ,' /' ' Offictal' Paper Of The City Of Key-. West . II. Ar the Court of the County" ,,J'udgemtr?' !\
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) 4'Il' ' In .Publiibed! every morning except: IktOn'day t at 433 Front street Key.West, Via! by .. 'n Probate ' ; "'1' .'' .
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: '),'I: " THE KEY WEST JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY Dress 'I ytb.Women: Will' ot "Franfclaco! Maurr' ,d c uecL',' '

I i :yVtereas Cialaco?Yllanes h.pe..1
. : '" Frederick.H.. Mathews ., ?. .. '., -, Editor ," Itloned thla : '
;Courtto Admit :lo probate - .
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\ ; ' Entered: M swconil-oliuii! miuter,'September Clh., 1900 at the Po u>fBc<, at. oBnw.pINLiulu II' tit alleged Nua-cu pa tire.will oC

o t fey .Went. lo'Jerldaunder the .Act"of ila.roh 8. ,1879. . ,ay ,, I, Francisco :,MaullY late, 'of ,.Monroe "
County deceased,- these/" are(\therefore '
I" a> .to cite And :'udmonlsh Rafael: ;
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES- !:: difference'between maid' and 'woman's''' attire- in color.'':is i I Maury and Chlebo ; Maury.:and. all'''
'I 1. One Y ar $11.00 other relatives and next of kindred
I. rflx Won b .. .. 2.1'>0 THE !' attributable to.the difference, in temperament and taste of tha.-euld Francisco ,Maury_.to be\

,I ,I. Y Tbrre :Months. .. --. .. S' i -1.20-- i ti t.. '* dress ii grave because they drew. in rd&nce--wi; the and betore appear'beforo the $thnday.ot'August this, Court on. 11H' oi-.< .

) ". requirement of,their business; and their'clothes for :full dress and to show cause If'sny there be' wbn,,

'II. 'j' TUB!; BITtMTJpN IN CUBA.' . half dress are quiet, principalthat the contrast .wittf that of, women said 'nuncupative, will should not be

i i'r.' The attitude of WaahlnRtonaanthor1tler regarding Cuba, is so ." I. at : should be more, apparent:, ... . .< ,'A . .- said admitted petlMon to probate otherwiseChe as prayed prayer by the'ot
much at variance with the actual situation here aa far a* our Information
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Prom' immemorial dress than petitioner granted.r'It .
time bas been in
Indicates.that we are at a loss to find an adequate tirpJ.natlon.'e! do woman. garbed gayer la further ordered that this, or1'
-.. not like to believe that representative* of the United States In Cuba lia IF you have a that of.nan. This is opposite to the nature of the sexes! in the bird .kiD der, be, published III... the Key 'West

,,' may rnlist44Z not have T.tltcts-or-that been swayed they-have-been by an ulterior mlBleadbyaIarmlBtswhoor -motive. Nor do we'caro mad' to need now :, ,..1or..theJnlejr_' plnmage,ii more brilliant! than that of his mate. journal newspaper Floridaencea, published laMoproe ,:'

r believe that the fear' of what.might happen rather than what'hss actually ,Then 'why does woman dress, more gaily It a Tier ie- Iflrjherdesire for, eight: County-conte,!utlTe weeks....."."-TWitness week, ----,

laken place has been the theme of Washington dl.patt'hea.Ve preferto or :anticipate on' to dress becomingly. It is her wish to dress in a manner more I roy band and seal of.UiaHELrLQ
In been .
think that the alarmist reports given out Washington have gathered .
from other than offlcla.1 sources. soon it'stoyouiinterests '. pleasing to her husband, her lover, her friend. / t "
A. far as the presence of Admiral Osterhans and his warships In Havana ; .. I
has It is also a fact'that a few of the fair sex who seem to''baveb -,little ""
is concerned the visit really no great "lfuI1lc'snr'l.'e are told '
o that onl,..the ;gravest development will result in the landing of marines : to drop desire to please the eye of man will study attractive dress and bright.attire.

and we are also assured-that there Is hardly a remote possibility of such
. -,:. developments.; in ,here now and The adage, "Beauty unadorned is adorned the most," seems a contradiction .

If the United States cores to Indulge In summer manoeuvvreir In Cuban ,of ideas, but the most beautiful women of the world desire to .dress

waters with one eye on the negro: uprising and the other on the see the stylish i in richest colors and best quality' of fabric., ,
financial( and'political situation, this should iiixt canoe any general alarm I
In the breasts 'Of either> patriotic! Cubans or patriotic Americans. Then new footwear. Imagine at a grand ball a lady entering the assemblage in the sombre
nerves of women and the patpltatlnghearts of some of the more
temperamental colors employed by the male sex, such an effect wo ld seem ridiculaus. A
. of the male sex will probably be beut"flUed. It is also likely that You (
the nearness of the American ships may have a sedentary effect on the will be UDdernoobligation- desirable effect is nqt always produced in gaudy colors alone, but must be

l.oUeo..bralned'eHt. Indians. combined with materials of exquisite texture. A new ''and lovely gown
The negro uprising ha. not yet been! under way three weeks but hundreds
,, of thousands of words plentifully besprinkled with' sensational adJectIves often is conducive to the promotion of a cheerful temperament and in a

have been used to portray the "gravity of the situation." One to buy because practical way.a fresh and pretty frock has suggested an aid to convales- P ,
amusing angle Is the publication by the A'ew York newspaper of most; a
alarming Havana dispatches in their news column? with comment In the you look. It will cence after a protracted illness. A great Variety of costumes is necessary

editorial columns belittling the situation and discrediting their own to the fair BO*: to meet the requirements of the many festal and other
news. The New York Sun whose Havana correspondent has declared be
that Intervention te Inevitable asserted editorially yesterday, that there a ,pleasure for occasions of the present day. The church, the theater, dinner, dance,

was nothing to Indicate that the Cuban situation mas grave or that the us: to motoring, and sports in general, all require special castuming. We have
show
entirely
Cuban government was not able, to settle It: you
The sources of Information have, been weak and In the lack of developments been asked by one of our large papers to design a suitable and becoming

searev rumors have been substituted for r"c.tH. The newsgather- how and why we costume for young ladies' baseball college clubs in the brilliant colors
|ng forces have. not been '.adequate nor has there been a sufllrlent tendencyto
confirm reports before putt Ing them On the wires as forts of with can and do sell of their respective colleges.We Had you thought or 'that beautiful J

the appearnnw of farts.The are unwilling to acquiesce; in the report that the society ladies of hand'worked'garment thatyou
American legation informed The Font yesterday that It had "better ,
no
Information of disorders In Havana since the disturbance. of Saturday. I shoes for i I our city-(1ress in extremely subdued fashion, for they certainly manifest have here ''for the ask-r

Asked If they land any information to Justify the necessity for warshipsat I less exceptionally refined taste in the adoption of rich colors and superior fab Inn '
Havana it WON stated frankly that thC're'ft8 such information money. .
no and lug! .
I rice: So it to that
that the ships would probably disperse| later. seems us brightand '

This Is all nt. vUI'Ian'e'Ith the reports given out at Washington as beautiful colors are rightfully L /LJ Had ,+you, thought' of thetact ,
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having been received from Cuba. A AVushlngton
dispatch to The New-
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employed by the fair sex on nearly ) that ''
York Times last Thursday reported a shot-king'rape case (which was wehandle only ;im;;

: '- reported here and afterwards denied), and added that four such aggravated / GEORGE Sr WAITE every occasion. -..;;;:J '
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"' ... cases had been reported Washington within a.'day or so. Wo digress ; .i1I! .. ported RoooV.nd. ,when !
I ; here long enough to state that to the best of our knowledge not fltla .. I ,
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.I, one of the, several reports of assaults by negroes on white women, has 92 and 94 DIVAL. ST., .'- And now,'tonics a great writer who : tou* start Jt t. the;
been verified chile most,'' |if not all.. have been denied authoritatively.. says best?- "- '
',' ." The Washington'' dispatches indicate that President Taft Is hesitat Clothing Hats ) "I : .that the Are too stingy, that; \ ;we/should, have ''aeen ,new'' .
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'r. I lag on the verge of declaring a third Intervention because of the negrouprising. Shoes : Working spend moreTnoney? eat better food, wear ; : yoU. ; .; ; ))our .. :'Pr
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\,..' :\JI '. In perfect fairness to elementsinvolved we are bound toy Panana'bat ? tIf/ inu'.hayen'r. '
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. : :declare hat the uprising does not justify an. Intervention n.. hardly the ,better.clothes, pay: turly friends' caxtfvrfc': ,, , :: '. ; >;. '. > 1
>;/,.: mot; "'.f\'; presence' of American .ships'or forces nJe""r perhaps, they ,may hare a -and 'EJurpJ ings'''an: 1, ,r' "Out[ ... Th'at.'such a"'course;' is"uoneywell'invested.! ':'then'you jrav e:..inii.. d'.secinR i : . "; '
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J:' ': !YI(..', .1.\/8 ." ;: '\Wbelhel', or nc Cnhaa-gonrpneati. 4 OU"y ;(' -" :EenlyWiaM.: eecbeIs'F; : ,' M"ft rted'ta' have '. ; t, ':; I1I.li, ,khe'; ,. (
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a. :.. 1 ,fI r:"iI'hl'!! ;tirk, ,. .och that a restraining hand Ja I required Is another question 'It'must be -, .... ... ., L' ti l ';,. ,* ?' 1'rT.: "t..V.....aJd1tbat.&t9.oUat.. ;, au';enong' 1:fot' '1 ,. 'bt'1.t"" 0 tcre ";' .... ' 'Jo '.' ,' 'yr :
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: admitted that the'Island .. impoverished! but itis doubtful if the condiflion .'. : ,, 1\\. '4'ffl't .I { ,:..,,:.. ' ; "
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I,,.. is beyond repair. ij '-" :, - :. .s-; ; ',,- -w ...... .i.'Ir' { /1l II.I o ; ' : ;t l auy gmaD't arY .' \-ana',m.' .. ;: :-:: J! \ .M. ,.
,, '. The political status quo| ia interesting and like all' the other' angles The- ( '' f Jki; ' ,1, tS' J" I.1Iffi't "l J <<; \ ?bota i of the situation In Cuba has many possibilities./ Againlogic, and reason' tax'assesor ot :the ..iViiiy,, (It'Ke7 I,', . ,,,!, like gixtw "' banlter'iivn thebwe : t. stbnd'b' .... : !( >+ ; 'p 11 f.-
-i West, Fla., l' rp. ; II-Tery < Uve i ,, .
forces the conclusion that there la having submitted o j" .
Infmlncnt menace or. even probable.menace to < eobr* oogil ., J LLillI:....... .f"Ki.,fl'&ri'.. r" i'n. '
: in situation.'' the City,Counf'I1 \ I .m. ltWr. ." -t,;, I
: the : Jail preliminary assessment .i if :hive: 'dollerwetehotild'4depstsi[ f'; "It I; 0 r 1
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I .. ., An,Intervention In Cuban affairs cannot be'ball d, Justly''.on any one roll foe the year 1912, for By.IH:.O'CONNOR.' 'p'with Lei. ;,lind'he"irill'imakgfus":, !rich.' .'...t'' .. \ ... ... ... .y r
: "' of the < the approval all
) negro uprising, the depleted persons desiring, to. :
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'l'-.:. "' treasury nor the political situation constitutes In Itaelf a sufficient have.eqrrecUQQ thereof made whetn- 1'I I ;\1. wonder,if it bas ever occurred to these .. 'E' ...,. .L\t.0'U' "Y'r;. K'J ELC-r./l'' if ', ,, I

f.. cause and it IB extremely: quesUonahlewhether they are'adequate in the er In'' tbe lJaUng,''''aluatlon of pro ,peopl6'thdtthe'majoritybf'men. ': J do with,their: ,money ice tieoeeaity'requiree;. .. , ., : .J
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" agreaslve aggregate Interventionists eucha.measure.These and annex atlonists are facts beyond the ability. of the perty'or.' otherwise, are hereby noUi "There( J8 poi; much chouis' f or.'p1an1.o1 ,)ii.,",' Philosoplhyi' cconomlc'aid l ' ''" '.. '" 'hV ,
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- As we'pointed out last-week th& general situation here has that sald""I'oseSsmeDt.roU win be-l j" .frugality in is ..e .. .. .. ." ,. '.. ...'.... .. I
an Increasing sentiment favoriag intervention and provoked in the "office bl .tbe' City Clerk .and. ]|, are all right their places, but there no lxed'r"ale'bywbicha'dog 1 ..',\.\;-",""" :,:.... .

1 annexation. \\'. will go a bit further and elucidate the perhaps grounds ultimate for this accessible to the public, beginningSaturday -]|! 'can! be' ihade-Ho wag his tail, He' is""governed "by':the"occasion -

j sentiment. It la theanallonlo,. on the belief that Cuban Independence is a June 8 1912, to and Including '''whether it*. fight or a frolic. ;f rf
\," myth and that its government, 'will be Thursday June 20, 1912 fpr
always at the 'I
of sensationalists who can induce northern Interference whenever mercy there said purpose: i I I have many times been in the wheat pit on the Chicago! board* of '

is the slightest misstep on the part of the Cuban government: or unusual The Clerks office' will be 'open trade, where 1,000 men 'were yelling, clawing each other like wild beasts, I .
OC "VTTnK.lTe opportunity for "Preadrfng the propaganda.; It Is argued during the "nailperiod front 9 a, m.
. an American when-from the edge of the pit a well known character noted for his keen,
government or any old government, whirl, to 1 p. m., and from 2 p. m. to 5 p.
will ensure "hllltr to the business interests. of the Isjands, which are m.. Sunday's e_ epted. Any person shrill voice would cry aloud:. "This is a gay life." I 'J
the shirt sufferers
I by the present condition '
of tilings desiring a correction'. above' Laughter and ridicule sometimes has a quieting effect. Life, if not .
shall file wltb 'the City Clerk '"
I No girl Is quite so eager to find the on or "gay," is certainly susceptible of numerous variations. We each have t
Brat freckle of the season as the first Someone puts forth tbe theory that before June 20, 1912. his petition to IV .
dandelion. the operation for appendicitis removesa tbe City Council: setting forth his our own individuality. Each is himself alone. He can be no one else.

'man's temper/ He certainly losesIt objection, to said assessment, and' No general rule of conduct applicable alike to all can ever be successfully ( :'

Polar exploration may be a pleasant when the) bill comes In. the'correction deslred'.to' be made: carried.out.When YOUNG MAN ,

Tbe City CO'jBOjl'wiil, jt.eof at the .
but
I. pastime to dog meat the average man preferabeef The Chinese women will CitfBaU; on Thursday Juna'SO, 1012at. ,Adam and Eve passed out of Eden beneath the flaming sword I

never be bound again. This time 8j; Block p,. m., for .the purjioaa>; they were apprised that the world was all before them. Since then man ,
they have put their feet down ot equating, the assessments and Difimnd "
. Reports that the peach crop ha good and will in his 'wanderings -has made many discoveries", many secrets of naturehe When you buy: "a ,, :
'been and bard, once and for all. making. proper. correction, ,
II '1\\ destroyed In must have been deJayed W n. reconvene from" day to1' day until all has unlocked, but the greatest of them all remains a mystery, that is, you want & DIAMOND.

transmission. The newly discovered deposit of" of said petItion..hall have ;been man himself i God does not intend that his kingdom shall be filled with .r .- .

How time does fly.I! The Philadelphia Iron"mother ore In Pennsylvania lode." Fathers Is said load to WM bea beard are-completed.and equalisation, of"assesments (:counterfeit presentments.. We) must work out our own'salvation, crystallize When you buy a piece i of.'-,

Simple Free Graduation has an*editorial Oown.n on The discovered by him long ago. By order of tbe City Council.H. . ,:harmonize 'and purify.and do it alone."Know Jewelry wanttnKNO '
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K. 'C9LD, you ,
then' thyself presume not.God to scan; the proper study of '
Clevela'tld"youth"who 6-8tf .
I Clerk.WO.
) Any householder can get bis mus- ', TIle drew pay City mankind'is man." that it id the Best. of its land.
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else ready for lawnmower operation from one firm under thirty-five different .,-;'-. '.' -. !., .

t>7 raking up around the place. names would be a valuable poll When you buy from WEIN- ;
tics Meet,.In a close election. . .J Q The line of distinction between letters a " .
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i Almost time to dig up and polish I &%'cenre1ty hcrieo : + of business and letters of friendship baa BERGS; you 'have thatJas '
seeking
A scientific It
the ancient Jests about the highbinder experimenter are anocal'N 'I" '
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who run the summer hotel. a way of making aerial travel' sate. \a compUu line of Problem'of become more and more sharply drawn. urance.always.I. .-. ", v",..,"- ;{ ::., ':;-."

There Hems to be at presencbut one 1 Dru rattd Druj. Sundries.jYv'UnrOBASD Broadly speaking, the abrupt business com "'' ." .-

To a street car conductor the real recipe for,that fact: Don't go.up.' : Saving munication of today is not a letter at all; .' ,'Vv '
progressive Is the man who moves up i i ; J /, : ,s .t- ..
In front when beta. told to do so. A .Pennsylvania jury found a man ",", 11' Yet most business letters are preserved for

not guilty of stealing a dog, but ordered \..ti 119iDuvat StrteU 17 ..Il.ftU; a.time After what is deemed a sufficient The Diamond' :Palace .
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A New York woman found a chunkof return owner.SomeUmes :-r- : period such letters are ,destroyed: "" .
dynamite. In her coal. 'thus reducing a Jury baa a sense of hu, Personal : .
ber visible supply by one lump., mor. ..GASOLINEStoves 0' ; ,But the old, old problem of what to do P. WEINBERGVjProp..' ; '

JA ,Letters with personal letters still is as perplexing luua::' ,, r ; ..
A liner has arrived In Dot with beeuJfnliyoung'actress baa bidden .
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8,200 ton. of Irish potatoes, but think herJItf. .because she : received ana Range All o .r... .-.,.' :>,'.1, k"( .
,. __ .__ of the rejoicing U': they bad been threatening letter' Ai. tHe''proper mOo By E. r. MEXUNOEJI .&bit of that particular friend himself.i { Not -- ;, r ,{'"s,:
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tr: A -r---: find! 'her . '. '" .VT|(i. -'.-Terms Easy- -- -( -. e. ., -.,- Jope-but.aspiration, fears!,-.() ., erere'tben'arises ''D" 1v .K&idj'-. ;: ,,,,J
student bas deserted the fort '
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...r 4'e tr)' class to, marry ip actress "How- wl tttte'bop; work'hard.:atndy ..eit.be Il the <<1n mm.:. shall the recipient destroy\ such a letter, &BGOLDCRONRIbGR" OggW' '", .' 'i' ""i.,

\I./:! ever abe may yet' send him back to 'rood and'.)TOO. toff grow,dp to be Important Sweetins Bros.. or sball'be atop"" Jt. away,, thereby giving himself a chance ,to ..reread'it, o 'A Bp.eWtt ... ,1Il.1o: "' }

.. .' ..f.,i the woods._. ';i% the enougV-at to'tie' bfl'opining selected to pitch of Caroline '.but 'also rendering, it possible ,that other ,eyes than thorn for which .ftwas' Office Hours: 8.30 io V.;:'.2:AA u'f' OG..,,';..i ,:,"" t':'
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New York cotiri" aaa'ruleQ (that U' .tb.- hu a,1"'t',!" ":' ;....,........... i i' 712" ,,,........."" intended may readlt; r.' Office ever 0U0'Dune Btosti"' ". .;,oy';:"'.;, n.-.t.', ,

t.i'A.''. Is libelous to call a nan."a dead one." ". $ ;' \ ""'';'"'''' i** ( t"- -A. ",, 'TVieohone No zapiA 'One type.of person'solves the'' question by throwing: everything; awa,.. '"" ",Pboo.. .. Nj ,''"9. 902'. .,.,,7',I'_.," \, .{I.,..; '..-

1. .,0'I la other words*,'"speak'only' .good of the' A fuew'bgtel'InNtiw'York. il to..* ,,- '''A.'h' f himself Vers;he'thus cu ta himself loose from the riddle. TTnforta- \r:, ,fHT ROTSffltB-UDM i WIR. \1: ; /'". : ,

\ .( .UTlag' dead. 48-! t V ;*, ( .J egetppld'> ;:In 7withfaf'whichthe; private,' guetui.cAtt;;G' rat1DCroom' '! bchlorotonned ;)|i ati 1.1. i'the aim time he cute himself Jooae,from,a host'of; ties:ty:which That. the oolr land. we naannutsira' .K. :t' .
eacheTs'f'l : 'I JV D..o"a..bll. ?i>g Clears next time>Jn! :
: 'T )1e' ''biDilJiliJi eU.t9th..J. "ne urrenders :;; ,OIGO
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are ,before Ibalr .bank:rolli ,1 one'ofttlie'nnoit'preciotiP : t>ok for'6v t our. on the bo u;i"*** a'',:-I n:

,, ansldered too'old 'te&chAat thirty are- .nremd/ed.', ,"":''.,***..s...&.!"Siiv, >' -i'.fi" ''hil>('(A., .1o...,., 'I' iiileges'.o ..letter."exchanging.The"'solution'by; I : ? .ihrowing. everything ue "buly''tucrecicc Joa flclwa"" nt; q rr 'rr:,
; This,ace limit:makei., the Osier: ,one j) .o r UrtI. ln and SI-. ,,' Clgirv>fAa ,'. I 1n .' 4Q1te. antediluvian,' ,i'fN::,: WTori'A'' at Lo: : 'milli away 11 ire U1;no' iolutioii''ai' .all;:Ttat 1I.'inereljata';\ 'aMopt: melhod '*.."*.".tlTT' ., '*' J ,'."...."*-.",1\-\\* ,'.j. /' j'
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. street ear 'step It'' might. rank, aa a \ r.4, ..Well- 'someone.'....', .baa "gQt'to'haviTbti vl 1 ," Over against'him stands. thei'person"wlio? neraijlesbxryi "any penonvletter. '," flee of the City' Clerk": ootlu ",1.f1f',y 6's '
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I A t;:,(*'<, .'. : MAJOR LEAGUES ot. :: to Make it So. '" :' .:'" .' :': '.

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.",, }:f'j; : ', Close Struggle Greatest
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\":';''" r lost out this afternoon in a 'hotly decisively defeated the ,
:-- at'defY.'competitionY"Key ..conte.t.edeamLJlt.h.t..W.lbJn&'ton.Dubee ) th11Jf1erI109nJb ag '
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and Oroome Cashion, Johnson the big gun of the .Company. : ,
I and Henry Williams and Aln- and Math) *wson, pU 1 ..
: ? West Cam smith were the- Waabirigtcn battery. York and Chief )fe) :::1.2ii :1L.
: Furniture any. : :
Detroit made S run-- 7 -hit* *nd no game. Lavender, .
errors. Washington made S runs, 4 I I Icber were the Chicago
4 bits and 1 error. Evans1 and Westervelt I I York made 8 rum -----T- -: l
: were the umpires.. I error. Chicago; mad; 8 .
..7" : 700 Duval St. and 1 error. i '
New York 6; Chicago 8. umpired the Ka.me. C SPECIALTIES _
,. :.,.1 '. Chicago. June 11.--1'be; home I i .
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M the- BostonJunelli Yeast Pim Olive Cheese
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v:-...' f. Chicago and Warhope and Sweeney noon In hotly tic 3 cakes Pimento Cheese *:JfPhiladelphia
worked for New York. Chloago made
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[!) 3 runs 9 hits and 1 error. New Yorkmade and Willis Harman Educator ] Cream Cheese '
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Dinneen and Sheridan umpired the Bush handled the Crackers Sardines in Mustard S i iI
D. 0 game. made 2 runs; X hits! | "'.
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: - Louis made 1 run, 10 s Crisco ,"- '
IkWon 4; Ht. Louis O. ror. .
--.. St. Louis June 11.-The Browns Herrings Fine as can be Fi.:5h"F1akes: : .'
: 'VYE-tXSKEY: were shut out this afternoon by the Philadelphia R; .
Boston Red Sox. Hamilton and Philadelphia. : Syrup Nut Meats '
KritcheU worked for St. Louis and Phillies won from the
Uniformity of Hall and Nunnamaker and. Carrigan ernoon In a good f .
y were the Boston battery. St. Louis Dooln worked for
excellence made no runs, 5 hits and no error Humphries and R.. PEACON Fleming and
whiskey Boston made 4 runs, 12 bits and 1 Cincinnati! battery. William St. .# '
error. O'Lough 11 n and Egan umplre4) made 1 5 runs 14 hits

is always ad the game. Cincinnati ''made 3 ; ,,_ n_ _. .1
3 errors. Eaaon and .
mitted without -IU"hurJ 10; Brooklyn 4. the umpires.Vhewi. ,
Brooklyn, June 11.-The Pitts- """ ''I
J burg Pirates fairly massacred the \ They: THE EASTER RUSH IS ON !

",I 1','. l 3 question by every home team here this afternoon. Pillsbury at
Miller workedfor
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:- f man vho knows Brooklyn ar.d Hendrlx and Kelly Chicago: at Now '' ..

worked for PHtsfcurg. Brooklynmade St. Louis at" Boston.letlc but we are not too busy tofflP
:I' 4 runs, 9 bit and 7 erron.Plttsbu..g .
: the hjstbrv of made 16 runs 16 hits and battery. your order lor lumber, even if it .

"/; ,.: L !'0id I I. i W. Harper Whskey( ,. 2 errors the. game.Owens and*Brennan. umpired 10 phia bits made and 8 nH r.uDs. : } < ron.'Connol1y.' nd and see it four place wouldn't;.
hlladelpMa 8; Cleveland 7l: game IR, ''a look) better
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. team defeated: the -Pbt1adelphta'AthM'eUcs ; Where' They ; Then tell us what lumber ;you "."
+ '* i '"p"end oq alwastbe''k1;; adw6is, ; ; : *
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t. N SSAtt. .PORTTAMPA, MIAMI,, AND KEY WESt.: ':." .. :;. . '/

*: : Line .. 'and-occidental'',' --steamship-..ftompaiijf" ,' ">:/I -;:.,"( ..';, : lll., .

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KEY WEST AND MIAMI Via Key Wj-it'aa I Port Tampa Fla ,
sailings In effect on deice shown. SubJeot to change and
without notlco.

MAKING CONNECTIONS, WITH '! TAMPA-KEY; 'WEST-HA VAN A LINE.
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.. W. 'Tie Mallory Steamal,ip.domPMY to and from New Yolk Mobile. Gal- t. '. a. .o II .port Tampa Bun Tbu '111 :30 PM

; ,1 c .:!;.. '-rta4o and Tamp J k 6onb wren Ar. Key Wert MOD Frl 6 8' PM

t . '"..if! 1 Boathern Steamship Company Philadelphia Charleston, JacksonvilleI' d ,LV.. Havana Key Welt ire.MOD Bat Fri 9 00 PM

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?:: .' "/; :JVmWi Ly. JIal'ana Tue Sat 12 00 M
. ;:. :....e;..A daylijcht: trip down the Hawk Channel getting a full view 4, 1912 No tb Ar. ICe,. West flue Nat 800 PM

.. I..:, q :; A.the rxtenaiori."I4 ward/LV.'/ 1>.., Wost Tuft.: Hat 900 PM
\ ',1t / Pert Tampa WedtD! a 00 P
: ,t''!.'!( .,', Norman "tom r M
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l VAN'" Ar' Banna Dally ExoeptMunday 6 30 PII
: '; I fit'' ;t e 8. 1912 IN. Havana I Dally Eacept Kuoda,.\ 9 SO AM
Ar. Key Wed Dally Eacept Sunday 4 SO PrL

; iW' ;, TODAY IS THE DAY TO SEE US FOR YOUR VALUES L

L yf ( southbound ooaneetlne tralu is more than 30 minutes late ship
West'until 9.00 m. arrlvlifc Havana next: day at6.30a.m.
: .! .. : ;p .. 15c pillow Case's 42x36 at 9c Key p. !
. Ii'-'"( 14" , ,:... hours are based on 90th Meridian Standard time
!.. 't::.:) ;; ,. 50c sLeets 72x90 at > 40o [ as to passenger and freight rates to all points. In the United States ,
"'I-",l''' o\\ '. Turkish towels at Indies and Bahamas cheerfully furnished upon application.
Y large 50e
: "'T'1'J; 'r: $1.00 :-

1. '. 7o quality childrea's .Rompers at ?Oct Myers. Manager P. J. Saunders G. F. & P. A

JL_ I }, ,; : :.t. ._4 25c ladies! drawers! now at 1ge a b r r JAOK8OMV1I I.K. FLOJUDA.

..: ,'t.0l'i\I,1:{} .,', z< 70 ladies shirt! waists! at 520

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;.', white linen at .. "ItJl.I.: ., .r'k' .
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bbell former major lee 1Ie star came
:: .East Coast Railway present part owner of the Des Molnee anything'much in the
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:" : ; Secretary cBInllen of the Wichita I anyhow and I \ r
Jk ,i 'dO 'S& ''THE OVERSEA LIMITED: Daily. ,
; : i. dub says: "I didn't pair much, attention money about as fast
;"r ": .'. '," ; "': Jjeaves !':5dOO P. m. Arrives Miami 11:20 p. m. to what they were saying for understand be Is an I i t9 y uroan

" : ": : f'n h 2.06 Ft. Pierce 4,10 quit a little bit but after a while I and rounder.'
: yWest; : ;(Bcc a. nt, a. m. New .the-vMtor aaytnc thins about ",Regular bug. I & !
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,.>. r,,, .t:"" ':S nyrna: &.20 a..m..Dayton:. : 9.OO a, m* St. :Augustine ll:3a :that beard--- Frank Isbell.' and then: Ibegan'to l* y. '

rl. 'Ii' 'Wip.> Jacksonville-12? p.: m. Carries throagh sleeping care listen. The'fan,Vae HnlnK 'Pretty.aoon the '

. \};:JteyWest: to New York'via: :the 'A. C. L, &S A :L without lazy .op and as horsethlef) several,kinds and Old of''a Iitr.reprobate 'waa and lazy after pulled, ft off bit his the hat e

. j 7 ,:Ai.;';;:lahangeD.' ing 'car service.Local; sleeper'ICey' West..to Miami';J aiding In with him la every thing,he hands over hi* bald
. said even going a little stronger most ''Say: .Mac. he
Load l Time (Cards'See'The Ticket Officer
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A 'alnegar'of'any desired odorIs :"rom''' "Art Orphan. :" ,! 'I .

made by digesting four;'ounces of Have found 'your column: ,of, questions ,I

any fragrant flowers or scented herbs much ,
and answer* very help; :, Avery
In one pint of strong white-wine vine.gar. 5 ''itil '
good boy friend of mine has
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'tf f % 1 M the flowers in the S''I'I
Merely pUt
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yi : twA4Y'f 9 tailed to write to me. for a'very long A M yr ,1 "
I cold Vinegar and let It 'stand for' a ne'ycrdoneanytbJng 1"r
:tlmeandJ have
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- week agitating three times dall7T'thenItraii
from '
to stop him corresponding. ;
several times, and repeat the ,\
Would like to start corresponding with '
process with more fresh flowers or him : been'' /
again, as we have great
herbs if.the liquid II not,"sufficiently friends for, tour years, therefore 1 H H t .... "f f51E
,. perfumed. Toilet 'vinegars made from Ay N ,
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j l would like to continue being friends c
. ,, dried.-herbs- such aslavender and -\11
-- ---- -- I am now- seventeen: year old and 1pF9

rosemary or others, can be )preparedIn would like to know 'if It Is proper for
the same manner, only half the I '
F me to wear ribbons 'on1 my hair? 1 ..
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I o w s quantity of these being needed; butfresh don't care to do my hair upon my )

.,: materials are better, these ezercisfhg. head. I want to look girlish ..lonc '1-' "

a more active result. upon the as possible. I am an orphan and will

..kip.Women take your advice any I

> ed to the coquetries of time.EUGENIA.. '. .

the toilet understand ,the use of toilet "

/ waters and vlnegarSsOf all sorts. ,
Write a letter to your friend and ask
Where cold cream l Is much- employed, .
4g- him wby there has been such a long
hey are Indispensable forHaklng the ..
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time Between letters. You know -- ..
shine off the skin, and since a Mberal '
"Uncle Sam" occasionally lets mall
go '
use of cream burns the flesh, ma astray and it Is possible that "be" of laoe-etraw and silk 1 for the Dutch bonnet flare over flits .,. ..

It at last darker and rougher than be- written you and you have never BONNETS shown, made up with : ears at. each side which Is bahiaesi '

fore-remember the point-the toilet 1
I .' vinegar is often required for a benefit of the doubt and. write, once high luster. Bright tone of The bonnet pictured.. hereHs made* .
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ough cleansing. When using, again to blmv This Is all you can do. blue land pink are'u"d on-many" light blue'braid and white mee..ali. y

Ae a tablespoonful of strong sort II thor-I 'You are not a bK too,old for hair rib them and tint of many. colors In the ribbon. The band of braid about t De .; ;

a In a small bowl of water.: For bons. soft and supple ribbons 'that form the head la repeated In the facing and I..' ::)

'; ;' '.. gent treatments of the neck the trimming:,.and sometimes part of the edge Is finished with,a putt of the ale . ,f

', \ gar or water will be used full body Of.the bonnet., bon. The square, crown Is made, as i: i-
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.' . .r I after the throat has been wa IItrencth'// I have From been'a helped School very Girl mu bJ'your v Fig. 1 illustrates a pretty combina timely of 'braid and the crown la mat .' 's1 ., .

I .; saged and creamed. valuable column." Many than tion. A fancy braid in deep ecrue on by means of a- puff made at 1mm r.t

with a solution of toilet vinegar and forms the body of the shape. A ribbon . .
Do think should
a lady "'
you young .
(4pY water Is also very refreshing on a hot I quaint finish at the brim-edge is made At the left side a short bridle of tdr i.
teach to cards T
a young man play '
day and to sick persons while if a hot How often should a school girl let her by ovet=casting a tuscan straw cord bon, folded. Is fastened to the r'I

R k.it . plate la sprinkled with one or It is about It. shape bends outward with small little ..
I -- .. .. _... beau call upon her, or do you think a TPlje in a spray pf roses s r; 1 .
sprayed about the chamber the sick. Icallo the and is terminates in of ribbon .
1 .a deep over ears va rosette athe' 'J
of fifteen too to receive {;
rholo Ooprrlnbt. by Uoderwuod Uadrrwa d. N. Y. girl young
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it. room will bo gratefully purified. otherwise plain. point over the .ear. This Is.ar' :tI
The trimming of the hat in the photograph l Is a replica of a moth miller. coIDpany1Do;
When treating sagging; muscles of The scant trhnml consists of' a peated on the rightsldet andl.-- r'l I
,1 Fashionable milliners in New York now are trimming summer hats with the neck use the vinegar hot. you believe In "leap year affairs wreath of small pink June rosebuds these rosettes.'short, ties extend; 's. 'A::.
I where the girls go for the boysT .
representatives of the class. The hat is most '
butterfly effective when
". worn Where the herbs or flowers cannot laid in the simplest manner about the teeing under the'- eek at the left,. M -- i
Do you of .
approve going automobilingat .
with tailored or'Shirtwaist .
.. .M a gown suit.EKBELL1SH be had flower and herb oils achievethe I crown. At the. left side a ver>vfull 'simple bow of. two"short loop sal #rends
,., .... .. night "VIOLET EYBS.!;
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f'J'l" THE FIRST MEAl. : CARE OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHESLlttl. I beneficial toilet water, and a vinegar ; set close together;, complete the childIsh -* Inside 'at ,,the same' points:, 0._ : A(,.

/ of this ort Is as easily managed. One There is no Ijarnj 'that 5t can see in design It Is an adorable little Wilt, lo more flare ''.to'the, 4a h ;t' d" .

. ( '', Things Most Mother Know and of the simplest( lavender waters made, teaching a youngman to play cards, model fitted',, to crown 'thestraying: and. glve alcloser' fit. If It Is 4e lJret1."i'\: e 1 ;,i")." ;: '
Dainty Are ..the.B..k. '
I Exceedingly object '
: Iii> > That All Should Haw Full. I and which always receives ,the name for'j do'hot to cards aDJ'.mor.than curls or smoothly bobbed hair of little ;Newer wosHhere so' great.variety m'yt '.. .!\,, .
fast Seta Offered In the .
>-, ....','.,. 'lilt:1" 'Stores. f ''Knowledge.'( of "fine"'In the drug .stores can ,be any,other; game. A girl, of. ,01- misses:" Jt is :WOrD without ties and choose ..from."In hUdrep's", hata.as.X 1{ ,," 'l'i r .
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,-"" ,J'1'1 : .//1' I .( .. ,,' .I!, .-", -' ,-' fabricated ,at home .'digesting 'one teeD i'entirely toes 1 young tp have,what .fastens with an elastic cord under the bonnets, as are oho tbir. ea -..rt. x' .' ',\' '. f
<,,' I IJ -" ,k :; '''' r'uMo3bersabouldJearb' : : of oil.of lavender in 'a you are pleased, to call a "))ea'a.*;,Walttmtllj'ou'are'optlofschool ' ' 'Is '' -tha the9 '" ,,
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, half pint of strong -rectified.: spirits, before "bbbws''Ydnother'comtil'ntfon''t f simplest''''fef designs''made7VERY" .1 _, + ; '.
, ,,1 /'Includeiacloth- .mall tnapklae ol f t ; materials Whlchv fade, ,:: .. ,- 2 ; ; I .
: .brink. .
'" r., ,(f'i: ''Minerdamagk'borderod'wlthancRn: ; g.. spot 'or go' to, let!"..; .? ;' ,. ?. Other s.: perfumed:oils''.can.,be-,use; Q'pl" : thO\l1.btL Le1tll..eal' p.... :..11" Wltteb:; a tlk.;laoe.tbraUl.'blnea -:,",cols; .te'tas'sfi; 4 'thecslorawhl, "w .. '.; :,' G

,' ,,,4 t nah chlpts dower design,1s'green and. >,Get samples'! and 'test:'the ,goods .be I tbA ',samewerit.fWCr; : ,11.AI'uu.: :; ''Ww JI.z prop ,, .I- ffI" ak n..j.> nOociated: .-Ini'enrF:i s : ,l..
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I r.\ fore' buying .. v ' ./t A toilet'water especially;for resting* ap ronftl. as psflfa'ihonlq ; pi'tTa'751 'ff u.w ,.0 ) '1:1 1\\.

f l'ed"reen; and'' 'are and hemstitched'pink: or green bordered and, yellow /"' 'Tryi>the threads' :With |I the ''in.tchtelt"lwpol'may j the muscles of. the body:;;owes." Its imventlon. I'''I'm' not,,tnacblIn'favorof, night,aut ,.fine. .1IJr... :;,'W1.1'e.. '."1'Wa, frame,. ':,'ptovldsq E':{:; .shire t 1A,.: o,.t. .)ie.'i4"yy ,.t t

: i: j', Another) Is of linen crash (embroidered i be recognised'/. the : It is said, to:Mme.::Bernhardt.-,' ,fmob. ling .vitgo0t! ; chaperone.: ,,, .. ; f''yt:ii ;, ,': ',, 1 " ..:,.M--' _, .. .:'" ......, c :.' "_._' .1' ::: .::::: .. '.. 'r..., .'

;; Jj In crossstitch 'and-a third"of pineapple bad odor, there being none (from dot- who:.used ,rit'' He'17:", dll7ol i particularlywhen : \ .' i. S f r. , PUTTINQ'THEHOES I IN ORDER': 4" k.: "" ' :'
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'UP-TO-DATE'
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: patterned linen is edged 'with ton., coming.in from her outdoor ex From a "Young' Girl,". .J" ,, .
fc : :Jhand-crochettlng. New 'designs"* for Boll ''the'sample In a five per cent. er lses.. As. this wonderful woman at I am a young girl of fourteen years: .- I --s 't' -Ii"' < '. t '
t.'theL't. 'That
me"toSe "
s ,<,-,,--":'-table ...clothsInclude- Belgian-double solution- ot caustic_! .potash for .IB.mln-. slgty-elght. or ,nine Is 10ne0Jt"1( !. Is. it.right: : when_at 1t tartllaJtxjywhola ; Now" '"Are> ; '.They." ", I 1-! ; ': .;1.. .U"T: ,_h -.r:" ..). i..
t ; utes. many of y.l would in at school In'Proper! Conditionttif,. .. 'i'
rx'' 4u?' '! damask: with border for square and T women advise my; room 'escort me '' \ t. ,--. ; t,

.i!round tables which begin at the center .. .. 'The Caustic potash destroys. the .a' little trial of, her "calming" water, home t ..- My brothers Is 'just my> sice.: -t' Ji, .1"the. Hotr1/VNther.s...;;;L / ,,' Vi'\ ,' :"""'J. r , 1 ". 1't. . ''.;1.!',., !

' 'and widen to the edge; ,Irish wool and leaves the cotton. which. Is made'in this. manner. ; tWhen he'has one or two boy friends --onefntendsto-have-a: pvii'of": .": ''Ji.; \
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k- '-- All 'wool -goods- disappear entirely r. 'nt'bis'home't. It'right for me-to play: 1
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linen 'with pin "dots with scroll' under this test. ,Alcohol .. .........................% )ltnt j gomes with then, H. SMITH.CerUlnly summer foot gear In readiness before .1; I' ,I
borders, clover leaves shamrocks and Spirits at camphor.2 ounces 1 the hot months are'',, actually here "' f., :'"
lilies and hemstitched plain linens Samples put in sunlight show the 'Sp'rlls of ammonla..2,. ounres J \
S l4 value of the different colors. :--fica. salt ... ................. .6 ounces correct for there are several things which shouldbe ),
with filet lace monograms In one cor I It was perfectly Last '. ,
done possible.
.Bolllnp water..To! "make a quart > I as soon as '
Brown in woolen material wll!
15 a I: ,, your boy friend to see you safely' year's shoes, which have presumablybeen ,.r 1 'b: f

ner.Show towels arc of pure heavy Irish fade but will hold its color better in rut.iall .lngpedlen In a large bottle home, and equally proper for you to i put carefully away should be I i'i" '.,' oJ I 01i' \>

linen, deeply embroidered In floral) pattern cotton. or,Ill JV-o, .and agitate thoroughly. help your. brother entertain his tatter out of hiding and gone over witha : ."

S 4 : along ono end of damask with Green unless In fine food Is risky. W.b 'q'usng..shake.( the bottle always friends that 1st .if he likes to have you) cream that will clean and preserve "\;. :!

deep borders In met mcdalllont and of Black Beware in of cotton lavender shows or light the blue.starch and'rub the watef' into the, skin with with him.; ,'and. be' should.. the leather, then the cobbler should huckaback with hemstitched: damask the hands.1 MADAME MERRI. '
have a chance at these' before the ] ; .' .
ends side! borders.: Crest towelsof nnd often fadps. __ ''I I i .' 1i ,'+ I
I and : I --n---------- -- - -- - - - - - - - - - --- -- -- ---n home repairs are attempted. A half. f ,y .: i
Dark blue changes little In woolen
35 by 21 Inch dimensions! mutch "
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heel buttons
sole a new lift new put "
the materials and decorations cf the I. materials or ginghams. Girls ..;;: !,
Red Is rood: In wool. : .. Dresses for on with patent fasteners, and strapson LiY
how towels and are alwaya laid out
1 .. the chafed front or back seam of ;-
In company with thorn. fades Deep evenly.pink is ibo best color as H
If the renovated footgear does not .J "

MODISH MILLINERY look quite new It ,win at least t Elve ". <,, ..

'OUTF.IT FOR READING IN BED one something to ',WQat on abad day f _"'' ,(' ,r
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L and every: one knows it ruins new .otIJ ,
Russian Blouse Gown and Cap Go 'shoes to-get them -wet'or "' verthor>o' ;) ) wt'J.1iI:,,' \

With This Somewhat Reprehensible oughly damp. After the cobbler has i '

Habit. dono his work: new ribbons should be '''Ii
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put on pumpe ,and new ribbon lacing \

t aiS > I To read while In bed la most rerrehenslble rr1k' .Ain ties. Then every pair should be t ,

r iltt ; but If you persist, in the properly "treed" and polished and 'covered ,t. :..

practice be sure to have the proper from the chance of dust. e )

outfit-a Russian .blouse reading A II ll llI llr

gown and a curl paper covering cap: Proper Patching: r 1

.. The gown, which reaches almost to / When children's dresses have to .'.' .,,!'ii. ,

( the knees II a front closlny r blouse be patched, be sure to match the ;"' l lI

with elbow length, 'cut-ln-oh* weave of the material, and if it be I }'

.. and rounded-out neck which l striped or plaid goods, take great 1 I .. ";' .l1'\

J'i ished with a broad 'Collarette "Sleevel'' care that the lines of the figure exactly I '

I plaited white mallne. You ; match,__ } '-1' 4'ill
the blouse of pale-toned wool satin ormeesallne e Before applying the patch be sure I .r ..

. and embroider or appliqueIt : 1
that the material of the patch matches .. 'm
with birds and butterflies or of a the dress In color. For example do ;"
flowered thin silk lined with light. '"
not patch a faded garment with a .!
y, ? weight flannel. '''Just above the 'normal piece of new material. .If the dress .

i, wajst line draw in the fulness 'is faded, wet 'a bit of Dew materialand :"< ..it.\,
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with a rope of silk- cordage. The cap .5 lay It In the sun until It, too, Is ..,' Ik: '',< I ''"
of silk:'matching the grounding of the 0(, :. 't
y t faded the same amount as the dress .i" : '
gown.'! |s',merely a cljfular piece fulled 1S Itself; 'then It. can be put 'on underneath .fl ; .: ''- > ;\..1':;" ::' .

J onto! ., -narrow ribbon, over which {SNnhr 1 t , the tear, the frayed edges cutaway : : tM, ?l .:'lt'i"

Is, placed a_wide-"m.plaited mallae, -a and the edges of the tear" sewed ':" -J..t.- . :
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: I and at one side, usually above the left ': down with,visible stitches; 'Dampen fl; 'f. \, :; ,

r-;; its ear tip may be placed a blg>bow, of nfT sj>4 press the patch'on the, ,.j '.. rJ'.o. (
The Picture Ha Ids Beplumed t wrong 'f' '. F 4{!dI' ,
black velvet ribbon.Pocket'leeld. I
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J 'Perfection., . > "\\1' Ie. I' 1' : set kn -.1 rj tftTHE v A side and It will be almost Impossible 1 Ito ,' 'ii' . :' ''r',' PI1 ,.,..,.
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'\;-l. : -Boots'forVTrsmplina." ' ,.. I'' ,. Pocket first,' 'II tOT a"'glri of 8 to '10 edv'tO the bodice by.a: braidedwaist-': mended.see where %the -garment 'has' been \ ..-1 m i i1E it 1'": ;",;\
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,;{}, Buck {/boots 5dedIoat.dto lnside the pocTcet! 'otth..hba.ek.ep., : .,', and Is tad. 'upv In ruby band; the' neck and armholea are t .. ; .
*s are to. b. \ ; .
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/ ::' 'scriibbed era apron., 'make': 'tiny pocket with .,w Due woollen'.material\ withiit'nli trimmed' match; Piece'Uoe or figured Footwear' t Indorsed 'by" Paris.' 1' .: \J..; "'I ,
; tramping'''should.be <,well (
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flap .to button'qy.e'th. top.'vt.thisshe : be'used for1'the required \ ;,
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..tl : > JUST RECEIVED 4 e.'p,, Clear (sin. lamps) : 35as ," .''tI t.; 'h2p' '':' : i' ;: ,
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tent pieces will used u tips.
,, 92.50 for $}.2!' $3.50 for 92.95. $4.50 for $3.75 return to Elsie Qarfunkel., > The Key West EMrk-ii .

.' r 3.00 for 2.65 4.00 for 3.75 5.00 for 3.95 --'- One'Way ta become contented with ,;(:
'. {t ,The home! of cut prices on W. L. Douglas'> Shoes Mrs. C. E. W. Dobbs :leftyester- your job Is ,to knock off and go fish' r.d!I , 4
day evening aa route to Fernandlna .
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or furnishings where she will Visit for. several. weeks lag '
; with her sons SALES DEPARTMENT' : i :
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I. Lost: A heavy Roman gold bracelet the.paring of his corns with a Jack- { .' .
THE NAVAL STORE l the Inside of which has worn plane. .. i; '
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,Ill Undersells Its Competitors at All Times Iti Mallory steamship. Latnpaasas. 'Y> : I'';


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Wireless In midair Is the latest. Yet
was relieved yesterday by Professor up-ln-the-alr communication is sot' : STREET'i< '
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b. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK -- .11Ol has been Society Indefinitely of Memorial postponed church ow- the kaiser. :; GOOD NEWS ; : ,;, .,;

: ing der.to the illness of Mr. William Pin- San Francisco's three mile bridge ,\ .
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KEY WEST = --o- der then the Golden bate.
= Insist upon vour. grocer giving To many who were unable -._.> :-7" :. : .
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. ; , Capital $100,000 = That means Cabrera' Coffee-SOc Now sm tvlatokf bride are : .
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Surplus and Undivided Profits $46,000 and SOc a pound. i tf. about to pass their bo .,._ la the partake _- :. .,
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Total Resources, Over One Mil- the International Order of Red Men It Is to b. hoped the hot afr generated .
for the state ot Florida, who paid an In the Louis & Son's :
lion .. campaign win not main Temptation: I Ae
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:: : .. : official visit to Tiger Tall Tribe Mon- permanently In the atmosvUmrsn r
1i day night left yesterday evening for r' 'r
I Depositary aDd Disbursing Ageot ol the U. S. 'GovernmenOFFICERS : Mlanil. Sale, will be happy to know .
- It will takeall of that |rf. M'00' '

The following passengers left this gift to break some farmers sf plssirtlsig that this sale will 'continueuntil ... '
.- morning on the Lampasa for New potatoes In tIae'-' dark ot theThe ...- .
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t\ .. Hoof; ling. J. KJrls. C. H. Gilbert. only objection to a a-.af ptoeeto next Monday. : ';;":
r Oeo W. Allen President; John Lowe. Ji. Mrs. C. H. Gilbert and child, F. that some faster ta sunssw eush.a .
John W. Allen. I Redmerdlnger. JI'. P. Kesney W. W. cigar bad to fit It In S
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M 00\. .I I,,,I,'. ,, :-.s e ,ty4.ft *Bpwoe. L. Lowe Patterson abler, Vloe'pre.. Goo.William L Lowe.R. Porter. I I Gldley.The baseball tem ot tb. New Jersey the hair-pennies) .... t sfspyuarance A. Louis! & Sou rl'J

r' Ii! (IIY'),+ O. Downs Patterson. I Ir '' and Keeley's Sluggers will again it msur. beootne ssowuvy
Ii r- I r ChMles A. Collins, Asst. Caable Ohu'A. Oolll. 1 1Jusl cross. bats thin afUrnoon. Th. local to get larger tot tm ka fee a. ehIbxgllslr ,

i:$' u Richard H. Kemp U' 'Cashier. Qeo. \V Allen team carried oft the honors) in the .Vea .
.. former game, but the aalloriaea claim .. { "
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;I 11111 __ day's game. --?- mended 'as '. deWncy.for the tnV1. ,BETTER, GOODS FOR LESS MONEY .-. ,
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: w.0.14 staffed 11 _
.. The"Mallory.steamer Nueces.':w1l profs rf -...> i I. '
arrive. today from N.w York, with ,aI'nrIa.'f r.i l.j.,""1((\ '. . ( .f ;;, ;' ., ; te' "
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V : . ,' '' The tug Osoeola, Captain Ertery: to sianad.1, at&etigtt| tb :.yerdbsJ ., ( ) ,1.).'.
t. :. I .. ., ".'.> .. ....;, I.; .I'. I<.". :" 'Nows? chine "f <: returned tram Tortug "' yeatstcdByafternoeiw .;.Wprbfla! '.it,, V'fIIi ibianblellcWwmiand' '\ .. .. .,'.' / 1. ','I j' ,
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any : ,
.I The editor of The .Journal ls In .. .
THat person who smuggled 141000glsssr -, . .._ _. ? ,
and' ,
you want for patent leather, receipt! of an Invitation to attend the yes Into-itUls esMsotry must Have .I.', "'''; \. ;.',',. : ,' "...;

leathers of all kinds; also canvas Lowe graduating a''l the exercises University' of of Eugene PcsmsyV C. tbswgbk that the lung hatpin had oem> ; JUST THE' THING1OE, : . ':: ';

Juno 19. Mr. Lowe who is a Bdttvd radfur rat>a.es.M : ,
vanla
on a :. .
+; shoes in almost any son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Loweof : THfePrice : f "; ; \\

color, white, blue etc. this city will graduatevin Q2ed1cloe.0 PnlladelpIrU.. explorer baa .pu.to> ,f' : WEATHE': ,"10" '. srl, .1
- Btasfl to take mortng pictures-.;O0 sbe > t "J" tt.,. n', ',>I .,..,.ii:1-l\:" ;
Three of tho Cuban volunteers who constrictor. of ;
rnoNKW Perhaps! aossv
'. left tfere recently for Havana. to vol- vtews. :
; DRUG CO. them will be' Inside
i KEY WEST unteer their services to the Cuban $8.00
returned .to Key West
I gcvernment Wall _
A messenger boy In street:
tho Olivette. President .
last night on
( 25 cents- for restoring 9521.009>
Gomez informed them that be had given
Sto;o plenty of troops to cope with the re- worth of bends. How different it bIn ,
a 2hc bellion and walle their offer was life outside of .Wall street
appreciated thy would not be necessary J
.. at present. ., A Detroit man has secured six 0.... I ., 1 ''t14
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1 - damages few being beaten up> by a po A OLK01IlS'V'Y''
i- fCalifornia men 'liceman. TV! appears from this* distance : + r

I ) traveling are to boysott to be a poor' way to earn mm.,. VI r
ftAt
. Both Stores hibited.': places They where will tipping Have Is plenty not pro of A Boston man has invented- automatic ,

avoid in this mercenary day.
places to trombone! player. But then '

Boston may: find relief by treating It Reliable '
to establish a hospital) for Mdse. Distributor.THE ',
Boston Is with baked beans and codfisb balls .

___ ,_ .n _u__ . .. --. .. ..,-- . 'the cure of the "blues." ;This shows .
t what uninterrupted devotion to Robert If the Inhabitants of Mars are 12 of .aiei + 444 + + + ++ . . + . .. . . e-.. ,
r 4'+f++++++M++++++++B+++++-.t++P+++4'+++'f b++ !'..4 i++ : Crowning will\ bring a community feet hlgbias: some- people think no -L-.._ _. _,

to. .. doubt they find it easy to reach the '

... + r. t 'strap pitcher at the breakfast table. PORTER-ALLEN (CO.:: A
z.' -- An-xpett advises IIlmpll It7.Incul

:, : .I 1 : AND >>-, \ tivating ./gat4en. After all the simplest the The edict has gone forth that worn- INSURANCE .- INSURANCE) ;! .fr
::, \ words are best for relieving fen's dresses this year are to have
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:t I'mlnd,wh4i\n\ the lettuce turns out to bo countless buttons This Is where the' OFFICE OVER THE FIRST: : ;

weedaX: matrimony rate wilt take a big ..Iump.A. .

I RY. NATIONAL ..BANK'1; : s < "J* \
: 'EV la one of the 'Den'Ver.hJh. : schools. New York lawyer says that In ,
girls are being taught how to be good America the crook runs less risk than TELEPHONE., 1. I

'wives.tectlve; The unless lessons they will include hardly the be'ef folly the honest worklngman. The crook In selecting: an insurance Agency Ifet it tae'odo; ':f.Lli'I']
full value for legal serv
: of nagging._ usually ices. gets whose record And streagtH guarantee the liberal1u1:* :: ,

; .1 J American,-ceo P'apbeta are ,to spend IUiment.of all its obligations. ,. 'w, 1." V : -**y.\L.
The average man Is not alarmed by "
DAY
? two months, the seeing United the States country..haau Thisli'wlse 'statement that there are a million Our success: is the rewar'ofmeritan&therresult ; :; : : :
: .: as and'a.half'' microbe* .on'a dollar bill. ',,
'' the ...' mile
to ;
much geography .qu. -Ot-c ;
l' He doesn't keep It long enough to Incur r.lYf.en"' :
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as any land. '
danger.A '
of sickness ty' years honorable,, :dealing, ,"kithY ;
lose account f
That on days'Srhen the
you : 'Tb.se are the man report from China has'It: that the ;

,:.' .l I 1, N .. : 'You who has time' on his hands finds It Chinese are now marrying according bur .patrons r." ;, + : 1!
...' 4) :. means money to you. cannot difficult> to tnake up his mind, whetherto to western methods Pity the poor i< 'f '
el:i .' go fishing' watch the excavating their heads ( ; t
Chinese who are hit. on ; : : .1"f'
afford-to ,be sick-but you.. can: for a new building. old . 'i"A'KE\ 'C A'N ES" .1,. ,.; "
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r j allaohem.kDersy people 'could H
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;- loX Drugsprevoiitaickaess : died,''when abe had'shrank,, ;to J50 u
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