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 16, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091654
Volume ID: VID00092
Source Institution: University of Florida
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"i v:: : .' Half Starved, Followers. is Closely'Pursued,' "r' .eiling Mae ing Yesterday I' Fitzgerald- ,of Appropriation '
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IV'MINISTER' In Key West Fla..'at the Odd FeJ- the Georgia,' easily d8- x' . .. .

';;:! ' "'A i :' 'BEAUPRE WES' STATEMENT TO p PRESS"Telliag lows 1912.fI.lI. Thomas i street", June .JS. 4, The New"lest JeraejMjby three I Iftnlngs a score of of the Ito' PADS EXP NSESJ0BOLSTERJEPLETEff ' .: .

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(Real Attitude of the United States Towards Cuba to ordor )at 7:30 p. m., and as the Now Jersey: failed to put a .. ., \. ,

'/ r' it'4';; ;f uid/Cautioning! Cubans ot.taiPnAnr 'Faith in tary.appointed. Sydney fA' Stuart* '8J secre- single man across record the: ,rubber.Individual Representative.. Page Says Money wa Used to.Enable uG th. .

the call for this meeting was erings and Fairs'to .
read County
" New Jersey; ,; EJectExhibit .
irj&fc.r.: : ; \ ; ,;a' } Many Rumors Published. by the Press and the chairman proceeded to ,eon- ABA H PO A K -*' President At' .. .-, s '
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duct business. .-.' \ United State's '
hI .LL COlloway cf .4 1 2 4.0 0 ':
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a, ,. .. The chairman then informed the Carter rf .,.*. . '. .4 0 0 0 0 0 I' ......... ,
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news meeting that
SEAMEN THREATEN the progressive repub- McGlnnla 3b . .4 1 0 I I 1. ,
54'' Tvon ttho; 'general In chief of the licans that held their convention at Waldron c. . . .4 1 1 2 0 1 BATTLESHIPS WILL ,Washington! June \5'-CharJlng ... ;

$?A negro forcos, .had. passed Tl Abajo Ocala. and Jacksonville, had a mostenthusiastic Anderson 2b . .3.0 1 4 1 1 that President Taft had misused i f

h_ ;'VxtSf 'men' who were dieI NATIONWIDE STRIKEIt meeting without, any Billings SB . . .1 0 0 0 :8 I 0 the
I swith jpnly dlinentIon'whatever, everything beIng McClosky If . ,2 '0 0 1. 0 O' : JLi00btriwl1" expense iund'V'Ot.d f .
I, m1pnted' and ''fist *tooted, reached in harmony and he had the pleasure Steven. lb . . .3 0 O' 7 0 0 -REMAIN' IN HAVANn congress Chairman Flu. .

the Cuban government yesterday a is Pr did ed That 100,000 Sea. with the other representativesof McKenna.p . ... .2- ) 0 1 0 0 gerald of the' house appropriations '. '
.'General Monroe county to have been received commttee@.
W : telegram .from-, Monteagudo.betelograi men Will Strike if French today bitterly attacked
most heartily) and .that he, on i Total* 28 4 421 C\8 I the president'
? stated that the,force* .Jackies Man ShipParis bohalf of the delegates bextcfconvey Georgia: Reports Published in 'Havana during consideration of
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to progressive republicans of appropriation
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sB.e ,, Monroe county, that are by He declared
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'' were cordially Cox ss .4 1' 7 1 1 0 president on hi. recent
Other'telegraphic advices, from the JUI18'15.A nation wfde welcomed. (I Good If ...' .4. 12Connus 1. 00 State Department western trip had mulcted "- .- -' '_ _

,. L neral-f headquarters; ot lurfarnjT'> _strike of seamen which wlll-affect onded.Amotionwas: duly made and sec jrennant lb . ,.4' '0 8 10 0 Z and secret service thenewep'aper .
over 100,000 sailors: Is seriously that the chairman appoint andthat 3V .4.1 2 2 2 0 men In
Indicated main" Wdy spite of
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threatened as the result\ Of the decision committee select an executive : Dudley ct . . ,4'--v! 1. 0 0 0 Washington June 14.-Reportspublished bolster up hA(
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:n'had;; beed split 0 44. Deicasse. minister of county carried unanlmouily. Sheeler rt . .1 "2' 1 0 0 0 to effect that "It is deplorable," he said, "to ..

14totttae;,! di. 1'Dbh'rretY fleeing marine, to m>h oc an steamer with The committee appointed then re. Shady Cole p .2 1 1 0 0 0'' Secretary Knox bad assurrod Speaker I have to state these facts
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jtn;eT r7j Jir4ertJpfore the iaovern. enlisted me* of JhVsFreuoh navy aa tired porteds and after due deliberation re Qarrety 3 1 1 S .3 I Ferrara ot the Cuban' house of representatives I i and the country." to the. house

strikebreaker!, sTne 1 that the >Halted States .
meat .troops 'escaping ti'bmoaa federal Lewis Otto, chairman; A. V. Fra- Totals . 33 II 14 II 6 8 tro'niCub :" Mr. Fitzgerald' declared, however
would withdraw Its
warships
bodr- only ..torun Into,.another; secretary of theNalpaal layson, vice chairman.: Umpire: Pico and Garcia. that he would vote ':0..: :the Ite.

Report* of maysurr'.nderl."nad. 8eam I1'. Union. sent: dispatches thi. art secretary: Clem f.B1'dneJ"8".1 Score keeper: Joe PerlUa. n waters, was denied without which yebtl1.Uy was adtlpt.d> 78 to
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the immunity*offer of Gtonftrarteagudo % .local'union officer at all French treasurer; John A. qualification at the.state department 56. He said factitiously' 'h. belI.yed. ,' .., ., I

wrb'r.oefleW''yerte y' ", port'today,Yo'.:have their H>fl unders,, Timothy Tynos. Frank: today. It. would "*** the democrat : c ,
> sits men ready Pap7. **mes'Edwards, Manuel Onerra meeting had been conducted. party'an'd the J
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"FS '.j r.*Ment.; may nor tafcfr the Held nit"r -was;tnade;todatrthe French'.Ldne James Colston, Fred Moss, Chas very appropriate. remarks and stated then'. referred-directly to UwT'sreslt i" !!. \ 0 ,

I all with the psnywhloh, he IsraUlnfc steamer La" France with bluejacket. 'M. Shavers Lau* Creaux,...HeoiianFlnlayson. that he... .very-pleased to be.present -' I 'have frame 'that I won't carry: 1 den. western trip. * 'c: .j.! ". :'':ta" '

+ t' ,at hls 'hohsr's and"friends' tomorrowt, .r Ohaa. .Ooodwln. Morris at the'meeting,., and sttggted through the lummer.-'110 I wlll.glYe, :'.es.Tbepro-rata ..boat of each'pet'eori' t'i';; : : ', _
xp ne. Th< reports that the uprising The steamer L'Ptancti Is still tied Welnatraub. Jul R,' Know es >Ssrt7 that the, jroungcr1 generation see by ..I tla1lrt4'qut. and t r
# (s about over>nd thedlfflcdlty IK up a'helr dock/-In Havre, her,m.n. Ru..ell}.'Gpitoa. topes.' ."A; forming; cluba ..thatthe/ republican to_everTou.tomerwho, *Ot.Sslzcab' 1I1&-:regtlNtgd' t eyer'newapaper.'y'. p.y.h.tJoo tot\ ,

47 'bbtM horaos U-mU to M the. having been: forwarded to New York Flemmh/ ;>"""a'PIII'; W. *******,.iws, Ii party Is-alive,I and hoped-that: he net pictures at !t.SU1a"1.P"loe.. .:; 4 t "torhb-4upesees: .. "'Out'of'the l t--. { .

I ref iue' ot Che p oeslbleabandonlnz44, bI.,;Oermal1 ,ves.els.rid 'Cherbourg.: ,A. Gardner. 1 Samuel: .Ba.tlen.:_'.4 ,j.> woaldJl.v;, toT fee the sane eon) frame. td' suit'one of,the"plotiirW.'The .' .: t\ln4.< fop" .uppr..loli ot count.\. .I'r..

4e enterprise." . .. ... Lilattmpt'.wf11( : ...;made toke. t> Ua AfterwhlchT.fteo i .t"excellentre: - pl'Omlnfttb':before, the pu1 11o.' < frame c'ar.l, ".,"| ,wjnde(and <'.the 'prot.ouon' of :th'r\ 1fiC.IUD' '. r .

i 'The', United State'MinisterTBwkupre.'lnitrucud I royeec.. ,'away: ;tomerrow.r. ,. -tpi !I pa.ksjw're ma'be'bi'the'uhslrmankhi ;:'ith T"Tn.1I also Made fOI rOrltis \hOM.1\o: com. r \b.Unt1ed.1.: ..., ... i1 J,+Nftx l l:I,s1, .
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'&'.' '' ;is to the poJlcy or action,of the Unlf >.\.,peetlorf-of.'the.conventlon; halt.'>Thenstlon4l.chalrm'ss !, D AILEDRr : !L 1t f IH tHt ; %: ./h I when j>native; hll,bead was instantly w. torn' killed from.here hi*''f, necessary that the< presldient see the .", ,
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\ ted.States'ercept'only'authentlo pf, i ithUtlitAtom /was accompanied J vi--'i t -: i" : < ," *- I bddyjBy<|l-.revolVingihattJThetboythrew : ; '1hedountrysee; 'the prew: 'I .;J .
''- today 'Drt"natlonafcommittetmra! ] Ifdent. Hepresentatlve f''' i f
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,' nlsby"the. departments ]I Rodger .Bulllran. : , -_ : r> TE DAY I : a \>ORe, which was .fastened."Carolina., democr.t.who Page of North ,'r ;
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l of Btata or br'thaler at Ion.' ) :1 MAJORLEABUES.iYES.;;: offered the /
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t ; '. '.'On ..March.13: ,*;the prealdentCottheUnited ; .I. .J;,.J,1 Jh.t beet:" ollY.ntio.'hal.I 1 ; : ,. : I around Dresdon bis nedt CottoiKmlll rover the and shaftln decapitated '{ amendment. striking out the appro"i', :- )..",

.. hags ever een/ :.ald'th chairman }, CABIE SERVICE ui' the was (prlatlon.declared the '
mar4 : States called especial at- ;(SPECIAL: ; :;, .jfce JOURNAL) before a* *tanee could money was beIn -
"and'I voted
In
tentlon to the bad ITect.6f,unauthOiJIxod have aeea''mauy.both'democratidandropubllcan -. ; reach him. order to enable "gath
t'' , '', pfpmulgatlon ,of: false ,.rumors."I : %; The :'credit I ering* at county fairs to elect >*hb-! .

+ t The occasion"for:: now'. reverting. should go to Robert Crain,'chairman .AMERICAN: LEAGUE ; NATIONAL LEAGUE; EPIDEMIC: OF BUIIONIC tt A a s.. their President of the United .
State.
; r .the' .subject ,due to,'the. atory be of ,the, committee on arrangement PLAGUE, IN THINIDAl .
,, He has made tSis possible for the -
elso-
/ t Inc clrcp'-ted"ln.J.Havana ana,, : / '
.,' whoro' to )'the/effeot thatthepreal: delegate and their friends." . Detroit I I .Philadelphia. New York'| lttllburl 5. Washington June 15.-Accordingto I A '<"MIUTIA WILL ,

,11'' dent Ii planninrto,, send'.'fcprc&enf' the Chairman Mack said tonight that Detroit.. June IS.-..-The Athletics New ;Forks' June 16.-::The Giants advices which reached here today I MAKE< ANOTHKK: HTAIIT.
question of the
tatlv r to- Cuba{In connection with temporary chairman -
b. $ an epidemic of bubonic plague htfs
defeated the Tigers here this afternoon lost another 'game to the Plttsburg The Nava NlJimia
c queUoqs>Ptwaeotbe Cuban goVern- was still unsettled aayJng; : \:-I broken out In the Island of Trinidad. will make an. ,
went aqd the tnsurrectlonlnti.'Although .' "We have talked about Judge Par I : by a, score of 6 to 1. The Athletics Pirates here this 'afternoon In one The' epidemic Is reported to be serious other start for Miami at daylighton

M ./ the policy, of the United ker Senator O'Gorman. Ollle\ James played an errorless game and, of tie poorest games they have at Port of Spain where, accord- Monday morning wjth their boat ,
State. has first been Senator Kern, and other .for 'tem: I 1 tbe Mackenzie. All danJagea to the .
from
the very
out-classed the Tigers in everywa1' played this season. Five errors werecbalk.d Ing te the American consul three boat that a
made absolutely.* clear ao Indus- porary presiding officer and that Is 'I deaths have already occurred. were sustained b> the accident -
t4{ Z trio us l 14 the circulation' of malicious as tar as we have got. As for the i i i up against them and Cran- I on their previous startNiave -

uninformed' rumors that It maybe permanent! chairmanship, that -Is a Detroit made 1' run, I C: hit. and 1' dall pitching for 'the Giants was no MISS! KOHKUT.H! TO fJIVK) MUSICAL been repaired' by members of tfte

,'' ; worth .whIle', nco again to state .matter. for the committee on permanent error. I'I match at all for the heavy hitting ---- engineers division, and a trial run.

4''+ ..th.ton17: ,measures of precaution and'' organisation." Philadelphia made C1 runs, -11 bits Pirates.I II Miss Norma Robert a recent of several-hours duration was given

"'K of ordinary*protection of American, "What about the presidential can- and 0 error i "New :'i ork made 4 8tIts\ graduate from the Convent, will give the boat yooterday afternoon. Every
I| runs thing found
life'and. property/have boon taken I ? be was asked, Detroit battery.: Lake and Stan- 'I a musical- next Thursday evening at was to be In perfect
'meaaure'lrre.pecUye.of'the special "I can say ibis: There will be no age Onslow. and 5.erroro.Plttsburg . ; the home of her parents on William working order as tho little boat was

yrr'! ,.relatiOn. (;tbe":l1'gltod"Statea'and I confetence on the presidential candidate Philadelphia batteVy: doombs and
) Cuba and unrelated to the posslbll- until after the Chicago con- Lapp. i one error. church building; fund. A very appropriate \ great deal of credit Is due the militia
''"' Thcso vention. declared Chairman Mack, Woslervelt. I Now York battery: Crandall and' a*' all repaIrs were made by members, '
'Uy.>of Intorrpntlon., tneaauresi Umpires: Evans and I program, has been arran.eel.end ,
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:' ; do not relieve-Cub'a. of Its obligation' 'who added that the principal plank. Meyers. Miss Roberts will be assisted by i of the organization who have shown /

( at- 'the Baltimore. convention would Cleveland I 9; \VunlilitKton (I. PltUburg, battery: Rlr and Kelly. other local talent. There wl'l be. no I considerable skill and ability..
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proparty.':t':. ;;., be-the tariff, the' high cost. of living Cleveland June 1C.-The Senators I Umpires: Rlgler, and Flnneran. .' .i regular admission charged but a rommand The- trip of Monday Lieut. will be under the '
Comdr.
; I nixed as". :greatly strohgtbenlng the and the'trusts. defeated tho Nap again this -raw collection will be taken for the abovementioned Ceo n,
;'':r." hand off;: the/Cuban ,govornmont. In-I| Chairman Mack denied the report I i afternoon and galne.3 the world's | Brooklyn H; Ht. l..oulll'. ill purpose. I Graham with Ensign Clifton Lopez ''
Brooklyn, June 15,-Tbe Dodgersdefeated I tae navigating and executive '
that he
p .deed 'the plrtt- of these lDeasure.I. would resign from the chairmanship I
number '
of
.", has' beoD'f"el1'' called "preventive of the national committee. championship for victory straight'makes the" .St. Louis team. 5 to.4In. IOC'.M ':NOTJt'K: *TO j1\lIISI'H: i and Lieut.-Ed. McMahon and offlC'erV/l'
Today's
"'policy;'-a.potldyo0alring Cub ev- /,; Cardinal Gibbons, It was announced..1 games 'won. .a well played' game here thl.Aft i Chester Lowe and Ray .
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fifteen atralghgames
\,.-| ry-opportuaIt'yVto'iTlndlcate.' ':na: .;:tonight-' will deliver the Invoca- ators. I ernoon.Brooklyn' . $11'lorlda-West coant Tampa bay. KiiKlneorlnK officers.. '
.AtnMal AABltlAft. t fc* *?.'' '* 'I.1 at the of.the made 6 rune 9- lilts and ?
: !; { ,;,. x flon opening convention. Cleveland made D runs, 12! hits and Channel Gas Buoy 2.1. reported extinguished -
." ;,-.'.Aswaa"bfttc llli.stAted by theF 1 error. 2 err
i".';' 'eecrotafy of state onJung'1pt GttllMANS' VISIT K\DKD. Washington made 6 run., --IS hHi St. Louis made 4 runs'. 11 hits and ed a* soon as practicable, without '- ?" ;
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:-'; "\ ,;;.'The 4Jnlte4;8tetesa... not contenlplatlngilnt6rventlon'ln -< 1.error. further notice.
and 0 U. S. Onpartroebt
errors Aerioulturo.Wpslher .
"a New York June IB.-Admiral Brooklyn battery: Barg-sr.( Stack !
/ Cuba but i i|I' Cleveland battery: Mitchell Stein. List of lights Atlantic coast 1911,
Von Rebeur Paschwltswith the'' and Miller, Phelpa. I BureAU.
/ hopes and beUevqrthe Cuban governtiment -*- p. 156, after No 12DO.f,1st : ,
and O'Neill' Easterly.
'' '::willBy; ..prompt and active three,.-fighting ship. of the'German' I!|Kaler I Washington battery: CailonQroome ,- St. Louis battery,, Bailee \VIlII!!. of buoys 7th district. 1911., June 1 Ifi. ((912. ,
the Imperial navy which/ have been lying j I Grler, and Wlngo.! '
"f| (meMure.r"bdableto, suppress "and Williams, Peney. p. 23. .
i.(4osurrectlofJK o:, ':f\I.\:.' In American waters for ten Umpires Connolly and Hart. Umpires, Emille and Brennan. sly' dlrectWn: of the commissionerof .' h.m.' '7' nnarometnr. '_nor --,

..If'II- .'-) AeM4 BEAUPRE." passed out of New YorkJtarbor day.// ,. .. .: lgiltbou el.." .W. C. DIBRELL ._-_-*_--,.30.04.. 30
& .'f' ,' c I after a. visit which will be x Boston 3; Cincinnati O. Inspector. Temperature_' -:_ -04
Chicago 8 Boston. r ,..,_ __. 83 .
,;\ ":FINE O1iU SLUGGERS COMIXO.y on both sides -of the Atlantic. ; Boston June 15.-The Rods took I Wind vetocity----- 7.----. Ii
; v, ... -M', The.greatdreadnought cruiser I Chicago, June 15.-Th White the game played here this after- CIHCUIT COURT VKHTKIIDAY
;' -Manage whb/ Is always alive Moltke; one of the swiftest'warships Sox were. beaten here this afternoon noon with the home team by a. score. Wind direction--__.'..iSK: .... __ F') ;

'.'r. ;*"',to the'Interests tot the Slugger, has in the. world, with the smaller cruiser by the Boston Red Sox!; 4 to 3. The of 6 to LBoston At 346; yestordajr, afternoon the State otseather-Ciear--Clear A '

nut. himself/to! "''no 'little eipenge' by Stettin tatter leaving the escort game was hard fought and: excitingtmemstl made 3 rune!!. .- 9. hits anil gra.ndJW'1.J'a1&A.lAd lotmen I ,-, ._ ._ ,__ _._

W. .ending;'.for flve;.oki\| TWe.tbailplayers --or Untte1' battleships wttreif -t6 nniiu, ; T error, of murder In the tlret degree, against Highest t temperatore--.__-----__86

?; who are now working InI accompanied them out.to sea, steamed Chicago made 8 ''runs 9 hlt'and' Cincinnati made 0 runs, 8 Jilts and Chas. P. Cochrane for tbe killingOf lowest temperature_______. _..83

'>.Tampa. and Cuba/to take part In the direct for" Germany while the 3 errors. 3, error, E. E. Gibson on March 24, last. !Meaj temperature uuu ._ 80 '
:' coming'' ,softes .wltbr". the battleships cruiser Bremen which Is stationedin postoU made,4 runs 10'blts and 1 'Boiton battery. : Brown, and Oow- The case will be first on the calen- I u.-' .

,"'\\.n4 'Miami; Several local fans. un- :American waters, left for the error. dy. dar of the circuit court and' Is set for Almanac June .14 "
,. '. this . Chicago' batteryWalsh'- and Ben- Cincinnati battery: Benson and trial before L. W '
- ..I .lIIlnr-to'_ 141': Heeler stand south. Judge Bethel on Sun rises
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Clarke. ? --______1:37: ..m'r .
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i\'expense'alone'are circulating a Subscrl The commander! of the German lane. Tuesday Juno 18.
ptlon,,,.wblch..is'V be Ing..generously . squadron and his officers had but one Boston battery: O'Brien and Car- -,,---' The' cue- of.the state against; J6e Snnsei ___ :i --__ _fiJ8; p.m.
the rlpan. CadfUgapfres: ., Fhtlartelphla-Ctiiciiiro RalniPhlladelphla'June is set for trial $6. HipU tide.8 32 a m. ,.10.20
.: subscribed to by number of word of 'description for' the .trenU-. Knight ..on June\ p. m.
rn local'TansV';With the additional play.X ous"days entertainment ugb Dlneen and Sheridan. % '16.-Owing to A special venire for twelve men I Low lida..l.49a. m..3.41 p. m. .

? r.J''Who'V'will'arrive';:, here, Monday which,they have passed In New-Tor k. /' ; a heavy raja here this afternoon the returnable Monday was issued yesterday H. B BoviiH.v .
""* vlgttt.,the"Btull"rl :will 'undoubtedlybe '"overwhelming."; !" '.. "'<:./ ..st.Lou"/ aTNew' York t. game between the Phillies and the afternoon.TTANDING I vast Forecaster.

':i 'one ,of>ihe, strongest >teams'"In; 130thAm.rlcan.andGerman; par St. Loulns'; June 16.- -In a pitclvr Cubs was postponed., .

,:South :Florida-and;: ,lf the Nebraska tlclpants; acre*that.the visit'w has .' battleliere this afternoon the '
''wlhe*:to"retain' the, record she' ha* tended -to strengthen: ."the feeling ;01:. home team; defeated. tho New .york Where They Play' Today. OF THE TEAMS. STAKDJNG: OF TilE TEAMS
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been 'wakingtW, 'past'-week;.It will good will betweeth two nations.t .,-., Tanks' to 1, j, >> 'No. game scheduled.. , Woe "I"AL .'fli'i. Won best Pet.ew r
f ',' .Tnp.td be( td.Mall:. a 1: ew change* LTb.t: ',c"n. >."th ..squadron'passed .:St.,Inputs::made S t runs, 9 hlts and 1 r.hloaao :31 :-1 I N York ::11 ie' 7H7
.' Umpire: Egan.: and p'Loughlin. nOliv- :3; 20 nth 1'Ittsburr 27 ::(n 674 ,
l eI">tlttml The Slugger* will out to 4ea was Impressive. In a single 1 error* .
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Weep-with -the.. columnthe' Louisiana leading. ': .New i .7'hit and WIIJOhln"tnn ::1:1: : I all Clnola..atl 2ft ;.1'1 614I'h
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ag:;'|o llow: Nebraska on steamedv'down; ; ,- > '' Detroit 20 29 473 Philadelphia 20H: 406St.
r, Oeorata'OJI,1We,; dn *d$y and' New'' bur and Into the open 'ocean at-San*, .St.: LoUi..1)1P! t frf t AUtoa' and' Boiton at ,Chloago, Me".lan" ... 211 24 461 ., LO.s ., ::1 31 426

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. . Atlanta Waiter's, Desire to See ".Suspension>f Work hi..the -Anthracite )- ';v' ,Former Snaps; 'With'' Man. ; "J ,J.... '
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; the Great White Way ResultS: .', Region.Leaves; Them. J. . 'I." .. : .
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,,\:" ':'". .. ':!:;," .: Steamers Brazos, Comanche and In Trouble.', ,i' She Says! that Burglarson Fafl.Ing' -:i f t''Wltho' t Kind Friends. .-. Man.In ;fGrey Ghost" Tenfor qf. 'i} ,,. ',A Badly) Hi .. \ "I': ;""'1.$" '" ,'j,(.:.I,,
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.. :. :> Coma), Were All Late In Get. jr? r* jt r 'V ' ;:: ,";' k I
.t ,' ).1ouDt"VenloD; N. 'Tauddpn: "S- 'fstarted: 'theFirQUENCHES ; Wllkesbare ra'-'Tbcj: *uspenslon-of, i Cities. ) r"I I ;''. g'xtthe ; E
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ting Away. '
', sire to''see the great White, way, and. mining in the anthracite region the sft-foot polxon .East street/Melre _,s, :"1, r ,
r' . .. .. to live for a short time like a millionalre past several week habrought; about I --t;, 1ft"l lameaAXDoberty'of ::82'1' lCiltop serest.'. r.' ,

' ' ,'led George Kaul.;.who was arfest-- a plague of rats In most of'the mining : Dorcheiter, ',wan .'.badly, hurt the Aiher i.

: .; ?; > ; 'OILER' : : STARTS. :SCRAP ed here lat the other night by lice: : THE BLAZE town Bat are to be seen ei"r1'; "BURNS UP ROADS"Mysterious day ;when the pole snapped;off'tloee ,1!,, M ito r

.; : Lieutenant Sllversteln, it-i. alleged, to where. They have 'overrun the 'c > the ground,, threw him >aeroa".w, ;

",'. ''' .. t. loot the trunk,, containing (29.SOO S.. .. . lars and outbuilding lathe town Of high voltage trolley wire and UMB"/' \vr q '

. . worth 'Jewslry, belonging to Sol.Otl- Warrior Run and Sugar Notch' 'When:. Pirate SweepsAb Night crashed,with him to the street ', -,"" ,7r ,
Victim Had
Been
" "1.,11: . . He'Hit.' the Man'' Who Prepared, the say ilk; Atlanta, on April" 17. Such was of. Outrage III and the mine are working the rats, whichare HI Ahe. Melrose hospital :it'wee,; {f "
+ ." .. .Food and Two -.bor. Union W.re the confession made by Kaul to Lteu- Wa Lying In Bed While' Husband of great size, make; their home in After Night Robbing aa Fancy found that. he,was in a critical comll--j, 'y Vtion. \. $t '
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"';. '' Then Involved Which Delayed' SellV' ten (nt SlJverat tn. Kaol, who was a Wss' Abtent-Intruder' Searchedthe the underground J'Worktncll. The miners 'Dictate*-V _lu a t>le or' Trifles. to ,AP. He Tia* concussion' the br'a1I.4; ," :

1. ". ;.;.. Ing. Several Hour*. waiter in'the Piedmont hotel, Atlanta, PremisesChtcatoiBound. make pets of them and feed .them ; 'peil-t) Him AJJKe; . a'broken leg '>>''Dd hip.nd 'bad :.bnraa'a. {: 0 ,R

...,." ># '" Ga.: .where' Gllsey Iy. 'wben -In that 1> from tbelr palls. c . from the Volley wire. r; ." I

:' tw"New. York> .-A, cook of the steamer' 1 : band and! 100ggged \:' \' Tbe average miner is superstitious 'Los' Angeles, Cal.-rVGrey Ghost," aloWawung. Doherty is a lineman. Wire at the 1 ,,'
.. .. and left to meet her death:: ona enough Ho believe\ that, if tbe rots. re* cdr with its ',of the needed repairing- ._.. Wk"
: .. Rrgzoemade: an effort to defend [bum : racing ,, goggled top pole + ys"f.. t
1 , welt tile other' afternoon against the bluing bed by robber who had entered Buppoeed\ owner lit the wheel, be had, climbed up, digging his.;: steel 1 "r. h ,
hel," home, M W. H. .Starr of . ,
I':. : ..ctiarges an oller'Of tbe''FInamen'gunion i1iHl1 21' ; n. 'and with the exhaust roaring and :

;.., ., . that he did not know liow to 5901' Prairie avenue saved! ,' "her life by thundering) ft 'protest f row Its powerful t. '
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." ; .-cpt: >k. The last argument" men of her presence of mind: engines, has. been' sweeping through ,!
As the flames, which bad been started '
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'j Glendora
: tho' Boa, epafctwisc or --otherwise a ; and surrounding.towns up- (
< < by the burglars mourjted higher o'n'a baa spraid I's- 1
. scrap; and the ofl /r and the fireman piratical mlssIojtM.hat.baa ;
. : '. sb8 rolled'over Upon the burning bed lr ? terror in its wake. "
'; r. 11ad It. The cook got the* worst of It r 4
: . nn'd-the".skipper of tile llrazos decided J t ding. The pressure of her body ? Along!!: foothill boulevards: thestretch .4". '.

,. .. to l leo\p 0'thO', fireman bolilnd) fuenchccl] the names, but not until her es of well-paved road that leads j4t\ c '
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.. '" 'J'be fireman "appealed'to his union , t:;:: hands hl'd' been severely burned aod from J.oi Angclea through Glendora, "' .. t1, .

'. and all hands on three ships under her nightgown Ignited. f'she was tho rfrato; car anU Its owner have sped ," f.
.:;. the same management the) Bra&OB, the found, hysterical from fright and suf- flight after night upon marauding expeditions. I ", 'I.t, : p,

Comanche and tbo Comal, decided .to I I fci :ing, by her husband Dr. W. "tt,, JT: It la only when ho car IB .' "" .

' back lip the aggressive fireman. They I StarY, upon} .his return from a oall.up out on the' boulevard! where other .... ,

.' said the cooks had not been treating on'a patient half an ref her. cars are -weeding. their way to and r

. '. any of them properly anyhow. barrowlng. experience: o2r from the little cities'near the foothills; Q e 5 5 . t

; Police of the 'Fltuet police the is let loose ,. p 4 5w
The Comanche wan .tbe only 'ship' that "Grey Ghost" ,with I.
: ... that got out.of dock at the foot of l 'station started a search for two men all its speed. 'Then it flashes by other ,, : .. .. .

. : -'- Spring street with all her.. force of who .were .described". them by Mrs. automobiles, giving the occupants a ,:": 'f: .

; eighteen firemen. They refused bow- Starr. One:;.of Othe men resembled a moving-picture view ',of a swiftspeeding r'.1 'f.I'

everto work until they received assurances man who lad been' employed by a car with a driver, huddled behindthe .'.. fI'' Itf ,
manufacturer window tOmeasure '
that tbe oiler would be taken : of .creeps wheel, a mere blur of human ," -,
'I I back. She sailed, promptly I\; 1 the window in the Starrat. being, whlzzlng-on. '., "
p. m. and got as far as-Liberty Island/ < He was abort and stocky: while Seven'times'the "auto pirate" and "

The skipper told of his plight by wireless the other robber -was 6 feet tall his) gray streak of a'car have' been i''.
(Ira. Starr bad keen ill and was ly ,!.: I'.'
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: ) and'H. H. Raymond, head of the seen by .orange growers who live ,
.' 'line out Ins in'bed .while her husband was ab !i' .
got busy trying straighten along the boulevard. That .to Is' thb
the trouble The Atlantic Coast Sea. 'sent. At Y:30: o'clock the" burglars entered T.155 one who is committing the various .1" \
men's has the flat. First came tbe tall '.
union, wblcb general comtrol depredations which have aroused residents -
!. of the subsidiary unions of coastwise 'man/ who got In through a window, along the mountain road has 1 J 9"

, seavvorkers. also got In the.ga.me; sdlzed Mrs-,' Starr, bound her and been made certain by trace tbat'b..' g { /

.' paving a' contract; with"' the lines to Hid the owoli In; HU Wife' 'Trunk.cl gagged her, and then %admitted'. tbe, has left aftcfr bold crimes. The men t. .
furnish Bremen who would stick. shorter robber. w_ They Devoured Everything In the .
who
have seen the driver of the "Grey'
rftiad vision of affluence and chors After tbe second .mar had entered Larders. > ..; ; .r}Itlpurti
q The' firemen of the Brazos and the Ghost say he bandies his car;with .ReallMtT'ThatV: Me'f . .. -,.; .
learned what' ,
.' Comal the -< ladleB'when be Mr: the two removed the ag.nd de- )' I
deserted tbelr. ships at pto w
"r i all the skill of a professional raving '
trunks ; main in the workings there I la no dan- into ci/'u-uib.iires'Ilail
. and.stood by awaiting tbe reBu'of Gilaey- had In. his' driver, and that he evidently know .tbs ,t' . 1t.
.. negotiations, between 'the .re a enta4 After, several hours 9! cros : zamipatjon car of an accident. Instinct seem, : beloW'tb.e wires.' .He .looped;.u0looad, J'
,to tell the -rat when a fall- of roof Ir 1 : :tl,
tlves of the union and Mr almond, bjr' Sllversleln: Kaul bripke 'theJpole'thevewhig'wbl9lh; ; llnemenoea< \ he
., down f.and confessed,.,that he, with threatened, and he takes his: 'depart:" to hold'.Jhemselve 'In -place.."'''.T* tf 1> L4";

5 Geor.e.Wren': and-GeorKO Roddy;<. all I ure. When the, collieries were'jshutdown ends icaughV'in?c.hiar: :'helt.f har:;rleand.backagainst : +. !i\\

employed\ the ;ledmpat lt hotel bad and the .miners no lon eJ tbe'sfrap'puUed) -cntart{ t

:plottedgtbe.robbery? : and' bad'dlvlde4; brought their dinners*pails. into thlyoTklnss < patriot placerand '*et to' worfc tTf t

ths''ieyela. } ',:4, ;:w"s; x'" r R' aftIwbavework.Ghar'ik' \ ;; e"rodel1'el'e' lelt'with- The ;*OJe'.'swayed :.in-: the iwinit.. &/W.f ,, /I; t'' '
aJ; 'mTwe: ,'! .; ,food.; ,<;Hung@Tycompchebt5e'fi ,te t{ errwla.e--Wal'Afn.. .' ".3 .f4.
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) N'"ladiel04at\ "" .tbg phatice.O: ";' ht.. Dr.wniyi xO,. tor the, ,smrtael.'Beach? wA x, f ft fttitl5t' bie tftinW\ Doberty"lieatfL kplbmteo>"-'";!:'if; V'stt ;

.cQO\ to New, York and .ee Broadway : r ;: b -t o.Tb? n"UUi'.ito1e'\3i." \ (.. !:$ ,. : I,'I, s
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I +u' a ; : ltd 'and eve/enie4unrwitb't!< : $J ebCrua .'.'hl6.'bOdl'sd4, ; ,br'7allilag1 ; .It.Ii' ..
let r ..ti'i w P :!Klrl., : "
aire.', if .i it' wu only t or''. :jweelf;>'' ,'J tbey. dtl.Y011HdveWbln', ,:'iB the 1'# f t. the dtreet: D4b.rtr: Ctask.1 "..'I. "1\ ''/' .
know Kt.011aeyba4 Jotof "Jewelry 4ere-the ,.first.aightTbenthey.invaded ; 'edf ipole'imnd it*;tangle ir f'wlr, \ 1i'T
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and the 'temptation"waft.1 too much'.fore ebicken'ocbps'sad! -did. not hesitate\ ? Yelling; uPDX-.wm! ; ;*;.H"".tr1i k; a' JaW': ,1 I .

.'-- -That'tall.ff7': ""'::-i-, -V: to attack the biggest chickens In the right-side. ;IHI"headhJt1h; groundalBp'and ' .1t",I, ,
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1 ''New lockr'lB'-a ht'nDe fy-atW4rrlog;< Rue he was made ; UBconselonsv.Quck.work ,
York ,
Kaul was traced to : \ w s, .
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tire killed' a'l-pound [roosterBOYS 'I. I
rats ,
whet 'lie. was lost :. 811rertiteln'klocAtedhlm /( ; was made Of( getting hfasi"v
at the home of hl8"touBli, :Arthur .' !i,; : :' ;. ', \ : ,' ., from' the wires .and .the; epllntere 4 '

Von Gastel, at/161 Eleventh ave \ PLAY;'INDIAN; ONESHOi"Big wI pole t ".':rho.. who," saw; the lsecl4 t'f ,
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Due, Mount Vernon. JHewas remanded L ,Y 'I' wondered boW'beoonld pave escaped;: w 'I.'
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6 without ball. Chief" With 'Defeatai) the Instant death. '_;<:.".1'" .'. v* I ., a'
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: : ( : WIRELESS. ROUTS A LEOPARD I I In New-York. -. :-;Y .TRiES. TO KILL PHYSICUltDrynk '' .' ;';/ ',

New< TOrk.-The mptber, of cevenyearold ,- ;
Operator on Steamer Save HI. 'Life ::and. i'1 alf-Craked Muncie (lad.) .:'.
William Farno of 629 Morri -
. Man! Challenge 'Doc to r Them ..
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/ by Frantically, Pounding\ I avenue, pronx, went to awake him < ' ,
the Key. Attempt Murder.Mun'cie ./ ,
for school the Other day, and found 'i2a ..
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him covered with blood. She -rBD' to "
New Y6rk.-Another use for wireless Ind.-Rendered temperailly ..
his father, who summoned Policeman
has been 'discovered by, James Cramb. The policeman found the boy Insane by grief and 'laboring' 1 I
PIckerell, operator on' board the wound Seems, to Know Every Crook.In the the belief that his wife's recent dMitHi I .. :
was from ,a gunshot
suffering ; '
steamship Vasarl the other day. Road.' was due to the falure of'the pbyalclajs 1
Set Fire to the Bed. in the groin. At Lincoln hospl I.1t '
Among the 'tiargo: of the Vaaari wa was said he 1* in a serious condi / todo all be could' for .ber. L W.n \
a leopard. About. 400 miles southeastof nanded that ')fr.. Starr tell them every turn of the r: ada. in the surrounding Reed 42 year old, a machinist ;the

The Cook Got the Worst of it. Sandy Hook, the Varul ran Into where she kept her money. They aocompllshed tion.Young Farno was shot the otherevening COJDtrI other nlgbt,*,wblle hundreds of people" . i i '

a terrific gale, and during.it the leop. the demand with threat but concealed .it from bit Evidence that the "drey' Ghost's" were passing along the principal.... ,

who bad volunteered to arbitrate the ard escaped frout.it cage: ; o.f torturing her. but in Tain. She Instated parent,, going; tq bed early...-Jn a owner does not care. what be ,takes ness street, shot three .time*;wttIl'l87' / I

trouble. A tug with Marine Superintendent Mr. PIckwWIT wa at his key on theupper that'abe' did not have any"' vacant lot near One Hundred and,.Fprtyninth and Is as. willing commit, a. pettytheft revolver. at Dr. Hamilton: T. yraata,: +aeJUftaP' t.

Rockwell went down to the deck wltb the door ajar, when money of her own''and that she'didnot street small boy of the as IlL daring burglary of con- .: ..
Comanche, whose firemen bad an Independent be glanced out and: saw; a pair of know where her busband'. was sequence, 1* shown by'the tact that "

grievance against a cook on Kleamlnfeyea. Without asking; leave kept. i- ,,on.one occasion 'be went eo tmf, a. 'to
their ship, and there wa* an earnest the leopard came Into the roopx; The' intruder.then made a search ., teal a drilling, machine belongingto (
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. talk between the union representatives "I did not, know what to .do." Bald on their own account: -replacing tAe i E a ranchman, who owns a place at .

!(r, Rockwell, the skipper of the Pickerel "1 had no weapon of any gag and leaving! heir helpless on the i Grand avenue and Foothill boulevard.

ship, and the aggrieved ftr men. Mr. bed. ''.They' succeeded In finding a _ The tracks of the automobile Urea ..

Raymond wanted to get the three pocketbook which contained between' bowed plainly where the "auto pi- -... ...

boat /away, with their pasengers and '5 and .6 and Jewelry valued at $180. ; rat*" bad hltcbej machine to the ..

freight and finally did after they bad Then the to the room back of his car, and then, sped ... "
poet returned away.
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.. ie n told np more.than (our bourn.The < : Lafl-l ..... ;
i j) in which Mrtj'Btsrr Wa* lying'and renewed One of the strange features la connection ...
oiler wa taken back pendinglnTetlgatlonof -their.'threats; but without success with the case U the fact that a r + >
the apDat"tbeeJOOk.
case ( In intimidating her. They finally : the "auto pirate1 eem4 to know every
Tbe cook'union will make
an
abandoned their effort! and left one erook. and turn in the roads leadingin wt4'
effort to adjust<< Its troubles 'with the
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of them setting the bed up
Lremea's'Uflon meanwhile t which Mr. Starr lay a. he went out, LiiaJ.j. Duarte, Monrovia Claremont and oth ) )

K.nn.le. 1 Mr. Starr's successful straggle: to er town When 'shooting his car "- ... '\.

I Count a* Master Quench the flames and the return of. .along over .the smooth highways be / .,
; Pueblo," Color Pueblo 1* probably I herbusband' followed. never eeem to hesitate at a turn.'or 1 t; ,

the only city in the) country which can slow down for a railroad crossing .or f ". !
boast of' a member of the nobility fora bridge t ti{ t-S '
Want to Dress a* Woman. "
dog handler.- Count Vop Below fOerm&ny 1 ,} J
Atlanta, Ga.-Prom a prominent 4Leavenwortp q q6v qZ :
well known in aeo- .
'many
South Georgian, who lives in Ware 1. Tramp Run Mansion.' "
lions of the United State* and particularly (
county Controller General William A. M Kanj -When the Cb ever -
1n.thlnoity! who yetrned here
.Wrightlha.justreo'elved-a letter expressing housemen Miami street
was opened ,
a short time ago trlctly.>on hI.-up deslre.toT'.arwomaD..V toi
baa just' been' tendered the position e a -he-other-day-it-wa found a-tramp 4
per, tire, and asking permission to do *o. bad taken possession. The house 1*
master of the kennel la Pue
( "I have very much the.appearanceof richly furnished, and during the absence >>

blo. a woman, and -when dressed 'as (of the owner.'Mrs:-B. H. Che
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-rx.
the last four five1 yearn
During -or such and wearing l long, hair I look a ver, had. been without. a tenant except ,1
Von Bulow, claiming to. ber a real '
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'. perfect figure of a female and would the 'tramp. :
count, has been identified with some not be noticed a* being\ a man I wish He, bad slept On tile. spotless linen

,. remarkable.performance, '. of various,. Jo adopt this attire.because It is more In the massive. brass beds washed his "r R ,"". a'' I',1tiR t !
description
Suitable for than male < ,
me attire. band In marble
basin. walUed 'with
: "Stock 'HI. Gun at Me and Fired.
Jill noteworthy accompU.hmeDt :
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poet Was "It's the queerest!letter L ever, re. hi* brogans on the Oriental rags, eat. .
occurred' three year ago when -. There" *y.'v.rissh, : oelved." *ald General Wright. He withhold nelghborhoqd play ,'"Indian. aD"e ... .en'1pm'stir,Jllat.e"Ud drunk from Dr.w"Rty, ; v. and' Begin'fWtaigu'iprominent '.,,, : .'-+ : ,. '
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it-1* alleged, 'he persuaded Pueblo kind The beastgstood thsre and looked too' name' of deference-' ; /.1" j ". ,.
outs, .. to boy" every Tenlng.; It was during the cut glass 'goblet* Can of.lmported .
: woman. Mrs. Christina Pflummer who m* peer ,and 'I could see.he was' the man' family. game that the accident occurred.. On, dainties were robbed of their content pbyMclanbut' :'a' Y' otg r' : ; ,.,

I had $300,000 la the bank, to marry.hlml c.tttnarea47..to.b&: aome.fun with the' pleading*. of' hi* 'toother.and father and oobwebed bottle 'Were taken from went 'wljd. oJ' :'p it.IOn b''off'e: A.

-I : Von'BuJow; it 1* 'said.; spent-the me Accidentally my;band feU :on, the Tiny Plh. ,Tle-Vp Sts.l Mills. ,, the boT\\-told j! Detective.' Tlerneyth their musty hiding place to the cellar: the'nigbicalled 1 ; 'iboott fie : :4 t,
: money, his: wife deserted him; then there was flash. The beats 'Gary, Ind-'hdusapdg /. tiny flah.rlVeIJ. -. .. '' : bIn. ,' :. ' (I .. ....,. at the'office'.of. JJr/ Frank*..." :" d
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died and, he I back In' Pueblo'''after 'WC ,i Doy and - hJ. .. '.
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-. stood spellbound ...h. saw the spark'Tbdn'I : . by th.i beavy'lsea'on Lake S (>.Dlsymgtco I lIIdlaflIfbe 'I": ..1:; -. .c'-.. ",. him b. 11&4'come "toTaettletera. : '. noagiy I i'told

an. abseno' of two year,,., ,- ... saw .1 'wa 'to ''bo ."saved,'bywlrelei1 ; Michigan: choked" the Intake pipe,CUP ..aid.a'Z; w<*', ,,the IndtaD .si. 'rseture. '":T..tV..r.\/ : ; r: : .;;Freed told.him-he had.twO1 r ::1 '( J

l --SO Yore.r' .and I pounded the key for all plying the .tee1',mills .with ,.water the chief and. had captured>> a. lot.' of' cowboy , .t Mar hsUtownl la. To fall, six vets,: and'Muggeatedlto; the" ;P1l.71dclaai': ,,4:(ir.: .'! J 'Jt.
Llf'at -: tlmel'tn'
; End* Own I was worth. Every time;thuT spark other day and.for; el.! ,the ".hnt-d wn }nd''''the '\'vwero: going to', rescue ,ten )years qd.\atfer. \ that',numben, that. hp might. ,have .hid choice'.,**, v. :.. , 'j. !.,
r k Chcap.4charle! ,,Steinfor, .g0 flow' the be became mcht.D'e4"nntll of three blast furnaces until the dater' '. tiwboyscamdown .the ,.ea'pqna. ',... . t. '4' ' .\ '
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yean a manufacturer In Milwaukee,; Ire' became scared pipe could .be ;.cleared. Wben,.the Mil .. .. them/off.' 'Then .. .Dr, tbou&bt '! f .
finally so ; aad< w :'fought : . accident!};established by:,Mrs. ,.Sarah I m g a, ;, i' I
of former
Superior .
and a brother 1I.'ran. from the room." lDalna"wer.r I opened-they;were packed they attacked u* again, and.T bo besttat4. 'A. ,Wheldon..JPty-on.\>ear :'eld :of Intoxicated, and.';told. ...." !j." ', r .
Judg Philip .Stein, shot and killed .Plckerell rounded. the 'alarm, 'n'aIt.r Ilk*'' sardines tJa,%:box : wltk a;wrig- '. "Btapchtnt',Amerlc It ck" Ills this city ReceaUy'abe fell arid; and cons.Daek'Yom.- otKar'. ttoM-"dw .. I.

f '. himself the other'day* at the" Hyde \ an boors chase 'all over'the..TMKael .ajlngt, mass of,.freah;''&_ .: herring. gun &t'me snd- .;-"It".lI.ot'lda .a oompovd fracture. of both reCeived .the'two went out ta the.street tqgeOh'r .; .,
{Park Rest 'Cure> wber he-had'cone ,!B 1m with shovel wn reqaired to I ;;::,There thoy'shook handfan41baM W'' t.
tbe' leopard .u ,Cornered aaO re.lbov. ult. .uut. We we/e\all Mghiened.: Iran bone of the right arm. v iOwing ', fj'J
.:, . '- for medical treatment.. Be wan eightyy taken back'to Its cage: but'toot"nnttt the *sh before) the .blast far-, Dome and went'to bed because Ididn't to her age her eondiuonis'. each otUer' '-&'b od" nIghtvlR; lm Mj: ,?Jt:, ; II f/

I. f J":; '. | "'" 'old.JJ.sct4.attrth::;. =.. to.ill.".some of the.crew.: ,bad been scratched aba: ulcH'': started:' again.' want to ten; on. .btJD.. CJJUO"" atelyrdrew. ',,a'revoiveT-tandbe_ _ ... am'" W.!, .' J'lffi.,'U
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Coffee; Retailer Attention r!' '' ; '_ 111.'IIIII.' il.I.IJII'. : ,, ,
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-, tr ri-t l . 'k. MAii"\ Extermination, \ 'COMET DAY! ' : i : I. :; : \

; "a' t '' 'That ,ill-eliaperon"; ; ".will aoon.b4.i::4,. L : COMET I :1t ,,;

,, f' ffrj/cjea: / ot preen ,.Ooffce i are , tlnct !.' No'longer ..
rep 1:.. V ''',?"?'*'V'! r:- j;? I probable. does Abe =.", \< oj' ...: ..
,\\ng. d' S"LO"" tit bkck'forgotten.. beaming benero \ .. :
ytQadJx.l tbelio i ." ,
\t f'r" r-f : .i : 1 lest!,' ;upon. 'the young'people aaienv '. ,i. -*, ',.
l ., speQta ol lower .figures : bled In her charge; nor is,she yet A .
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". tf,, :'? ,triK.A ; U>. ardor-of aiplrlnc loTersjreAuctDV I SEBSCflft; SALE PW "i. .'

: :> prioetoflJ: :I1!taquctattide'! : : ,will rxlsib 1 1I laughter and undue kto{ .
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with'her
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a )" hlJarli'minimum
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,;"" !J I',', '\I '"b&raladb!Yt; }.h''(..aiff."eli ,..roosters . t.i not ' ," ': ' ', : ..... \ T .1 _
;', I 'Per there .But..the .question rwpalaa whether )" .
it. :
hq .' supplying .ps'' are' \ t e t. '
i : ., . to Neer before in i ii5iiiSi5rt
"t '" 1 \ we are altogether wise reducln 'heraumb the history of the city
.. .'" .I' 'r" :; many among you '..whUar'alrel.uy.: n to such an extent that she !. have ..

aY ;. .;.:::,.rn 3W 4 -' .ayiiiefli| ; f jjeniity Al"' hay, *> e--. Jq) Immediate:TT:dancer'ot ZOlrto complete extermination.v :\1 ;.+. such Genuin'Bargains: as we are offering II

t, 01("' ), . cured I 'iota. ..- the .
t \,' .1: '. several ifiougb; atsuch In dh.ir.lar.t"twentiesandeven i during1 remainder of thisBltr '. 11 --'
f.'r""J : 'J JeaVothe ba thefr teens-run 'about with : .
1'f : ") "" figures .ar to 1
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boy and young men, t.their own '
.1 , ''. .f price unchauged' long!!: 8S. the sweet.will treating them ,with a hale I .
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{* ': and bearty comradeship, which certainly : SYNDICATE
, ,h .. q' ,, .'1., . lob' -last. . -. makes tax;,the rarely of life, but : SALE
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'of. '-' .... '" which, b7 eliminating sentiment acts '
'i/o! ;, .. --. as a deterrent to marrt.... And It Is been offered the people pf the city. We have simply r .
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.. not only 'young"men of the year .
'i h :f* , : .;THE PRICE'IS 25c. 'PERPOUND. 1913 who\ the.are reluctant to bind them- reduced prices below all 1 previous levels, and we., are .
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,'r I',. + 11".1.,;' ,". / --I/")' .,v V|\<'*. ,"r, .-for the. same good, satisfactory i and reliable' article selves healthy definitely humorous, but feminine their. boisterous contemporaries , .1'1 dofug the, "business), 'As stated yesterday, we have-received ':-\-- _' -:--.-:. -- ,

'f:: .hJ.E 1 J r", ,."* ;miY'" ,? ''" '. which has Wade "EL" CENTRAL"' f famous .for themselves seem up,"equally as they: shy would of phraseIt. "tying thousands f dollars worth-of new goods and 'r.- .

'i tJr:' !, ,.. $' "L..-.' /-t, > over twenty five years. i : ", we are going to sell them at, the same low prices 'that 11 '
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I. :" Think ot this if yon want t6 pate dollars on the coffee It. was, the pleasing duty; of the ,
f 'I, whicb-you Sell. chaperon by carefully guarding her we are selling the goods we already had in stock when
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pretty charges .to fan the flame of
. < J. F. ARBOISfELL, lore, and, by putting every obstacle In the sale began, twelve days,ago. ? '. I ,
: the way of the-young suitor "to bring
610 DUV \L STREET him' as old-fashioned mothers.tersely ., 5

' }i. a. . put It. "to the point. DO YOU WANT BARGAINS?
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.'.k'' r.'f fIIih.: L.IKK3 DIM MUA.L3", TASTILY Striking Example of the' Milliner Art
'r.'t I'; PREPARED' tan soy! only thJYt"" Seen on the Boulevard bought.before. at any place or at any time? If you do,
!. .\ .,, .. of Paris. -
Ii J 't "',. '. : . .' a .but. ho HkM to have\ them prymrod.Y 0 now is the time to get them. We have them for the,.
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..'' .\ 1* a hurry whoa bo la rushed for r'li One> of the striking pieces of headwear
.. :' 'f: of the Parts boulevard Is an ails asking, and we have the [bargains that will satisfy
J time. We are ranking II special .
)4 t: $ l silk olo e-fitting bonnet which comes
tune.COME.
inettls.M every
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Iji the bu and nlnet family er- -
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.. "' serving famlllea = here the thousands of and
. .,.. , 11'..;.!' ''::1' ' ewegiyeyou'.cfuick by yards we want ::

:;{ J "e .'Our; ,meals are j always' service.tastily When prepared you 'wolnt and you to 'get them while they are marked;: down. =

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,J : : ; 1 'i .> : Tl>e'wdma.li, ;extremely, I lucky 'a' ''4 ,, : jt; 4Rw I i ?I i t i: e 1t f' (. ,, ,Ili '
"Sv- '. '1<... mezit and'theresuttL;, ; !! oflearly''twenr: .present who!can rummage through aa ;
/ old trunk and resurrect a big) shawl or ,.
Ity: years :Jlidndrable, :dealing t with lCarrr'; for; the most fascinating ."e-

''I'. ..";? I'' ''o) nlng wraps can b. concocted from a Better than calomel.
'," t ; .dt.cardedsarticle of this description.The 1v .
tour-patrons;
.t. 'f ',.. ",+tk( <>i4T,*: 'V J- .- . gayer the coloring this season, the The surest, safest and more .satisfactory than
A I better and If your shawl baa fringe It .
::;' .: .1'f\ : :-WH: TAKE CHANCES I adds to Its ralue.Lr best thing to put a sluggish pills. Equally beneficial. '
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) 'Y'YI. ,\:-: '.-" .: :Alagnoliaj;; Drvutzbt: Beer you ;:J f.roR. tuck the point hang down with In% the big back long and tassel finish of .

l ' \,1' ILWQ.VS'get.) it at Mwlberg's ..Q<.t1r>C1 i hue. The ends .
.. . . can .. ., .. silk of a corresponding .
left tohJUig
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,-1;;' saloon Also Bottled over the bust. Then hold your .' /

- "'J'" .;. Deer of nIl kinrl arm out' straight. and allow the rest 5 KEY WEST DRUG CO. --
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Round Ticket Stockings for Boys and of the wrap to hang over It
I : ,, .' girls, the most durable 26o" Blocking front 80 you can Judge Just Two Stores Key West tt J Char City Fla Two phones
made, four llv ra.1 LINEN I1KKU: AND bow much of the edge to turn back
: . Front .,ana itioatrick Sts TOE, bard to wear out. for a cuff catching It together on the

;' L3RG5 ] Prqp underside and'cuffs may of the be wrist.added A but lace they collar are .- -- ,-- .. .. _...-.. .. __ . ____ u _ _

easily dispensed with' if not available. ,, NOTICE. a .
c Court'trhia May 25th. The scarf utilized In the one the -
Judge't
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r ;r'f' ,x912. writer saw .liras' made from a long Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned '
i Signed, HUGH QC'NN. .... I liberty scarf of deep rose color, and a married Woman will Pure FOod Ice reamCo.
.J I County Judge of Monroe County, was really -exquisite. '
r, Florida.WANTKI. I apply to the Judge' of the .1th Judicial '
--Au zperleneed asd ; Circuit of tho State of Florida I .
"\L r u'a competent saleslady one who will shions' fanci la and fpr the County of Moproe/on
take proper y icterest In her work fJ the 16th day ot June 1912 for, a ORDER YOUR CREAM FOR TODAY
; a.d who !la looking for a permanent
r r IMMiUoik. Apply to M, Rlppa, 407 license( to manage, take 'Cbarge of. '
fi 4+ e. ,Duval street .. 28-tl and control her property ard to become FROM US. CREAMS OF EVERY FLAVOR j
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New bar pins-for. veils. are of ems In a free uealor In every respect. AND THEY ARE MADE RIGHT. .
crystals In croup set
pits !green ri-t.-lw-3t. Jfachael Qarfunke'SHELTER ,

platinum. _. .
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T.HE HQlTSBERG Recent PHONE .371
,, i of the return of the' aklrt with. a LODGING HOUSE

--. _Next..to San Carlos yoke. can be considered smart la 204 Eaton Street I. -- -
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., 5S .., PLACE OF BUSINESS IS OF Dr ." W.O. ; .KempVETERINARIAN .I waist finishing A bunch or higher touch!>1f artificial on to the many flowers bodice afternoon at la the the beds after C---I 9 o'clock. I I' Wm: Curry's Sons' Co


r ,, THE CORNER OF SIMONTON & I gowns. Baker Jfcos.RESTAURANT.
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EATONSTEETS. \ fOr&l1 1. OIMI sty; >P.OK5II) It Is' .far Smart'better Neck to buy Bows.one or two GENERAL'.VIERCHANTS. f .

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Formed fRitb' FJ. 8. Ql M. .smart to neck) bows them and turn put an article MARINE;. KAILV AY.' 1r'% )WARE. nTfLDINGi .
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'' StuoUh-Atnerlcaa war ...aotlaz'.TetoriaariaA ' trouble irhlch with Is palpably the average home woman's made. .Win Open.April 3rd at',the MATERIAL. P.ROVl, !,lONS.. COAL / .
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J-- ,'J 4 ;lf IOIE'219) FORQJECTHICAL' YOUf foir.tlwt. lOlh() U B.v'' neckwear; U thitt.she does not choose Corner of Caroline and WATER AND ICE,
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WANTS .' .' '. lit with a' UtU..,taMe and Meals aiKl Short Orders <
applied to 'one'a'.rbnying Regular I CJl FUONT STREET. KEY Wfos"r.LA.; ,
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THE KEY WEST MORNING JOVRNAL' ? ', ''or ,'i'l NEW ,STYLE .OfiESSINQlGOiWNThla I NOME.. MADE BUTTON ,I
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; 0\.'rt, ,".'; y s '.Ye Oarvnent. U RuhIt*n the'Magyar ,t '>. .. ; r ., "C ,,;(t.' J' .
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THREI WILL CHOSEN GARMENT .
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, !" ,: :: .'t,'"' THE KEY WEST JOURNAL PUBtlSWNG' : ."OMPANY "j... ,{.;;... t, WILL MEET,ALL,NEEDS ""Vlyeltad&sineer.a: .thin' cotton w' > FOUND "HELPFUL.' ..,, ,'It 4);: ;'f. \) ''*
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.: ; j, Irederick Mathews ,: I '-i: ,"r 1'p,, \ ', Editor Jr : u' material should be tied here:' '!'bet'l. ... .. t' Ao.l..fH, 'N ,
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j' Entered ,'u Moond-elass matter, September th., 1009 tILbe;]' ,:'Postofflee/i) :/: a.aYey ,, .." .r-, la Magyar, and onlt simple UJiaa 1. ... , q

b .' !...., Wet Florida under the Aet of March' a. 1819.I '. One *f the Newest Models" Offered for one revere and a yoke of Paisley The Story of the Button Haa. Mo W .4," \

I" .I, -0---- Hot. Weather Wear !Ie Comfortable' patterned silk or sateen,. according "When ,the Quick Eye, Can I ,Qraap-') \, .. .. ' ,"'. ,
I wr) 7 material u. 'Tb. fastening the Little 'Topehes\ .on .th*' ,,,,.! \: ,, 9 V ;' '
..__ ,._, .. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bodice That.. Can .a 'Worn.. sd'forngown." .- ,i <+ tvd
, bneYiar ". T "*" 7 ..W.OO4lx While Travallng., \ .Expeneve! downy.- : : *7" A ,t ..
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Three :Month ;-i i, -- '. r 1.25,4 If'th e dress Is to see hard Mrvloe, This aeason ia anrely a button steaV"t; -*. ,,
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-'- .. - - + r T.iI have It In a dark color'an4 (match It Bon. aJtd.U ,TOU tar not to give your, "; .. (
r order for molds to be covered f ,'', V'." h
you
ti TEDDY OR TAFT-- -WHICH? i with a bat suiUbly. aUored :yet capable :'''
.. ,' ., Interest now centers in Chicago. The eyes of the entire country are of.being changed with a bit of dressy can make :your- own quite'easily. :: .:' + /
Do not make the mistake of cutting ,
turned to the Windy City, watching the development from day to day, trimming "on occasions: Th London '
A In lie BtruftRle; between William Howard Taf ," president of ftieve United) bate or the trim chapel which Imitate the circular,piece' to cover the wooden "i! ,';. i.
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Kj-Vreslden Roosevelt the struggle useful form too, large/This makes' a";heed* j'+
St.lca. and J Theodore said being for those Imported styles, are very '
the republican nomination for president Pnly once before' has such .you have a I''for both long and short' trips, and as less bulk on the 'under side' of thbutton1 >l''t'.> :"

a determined effort been made to secure a third term' for"a president. some of these' !bare only ODe bit of and prevent a flat,; welladtusted : I

.. and<< -"hat UIJItIt t.fI1Irant,!: could not secure for himself, Theodore Roost Shoe need nowot decking: < put-on at', be' side it is. an i mold in"trimming. ::7':

f velt ran hardly expect to. JVcver-tlie-leRoosevelt I* Making a Ugh easy' enough matter to, carry Cut the ''piece from a', pasteboard Z'

J tor It-and to overcome<< the Roosevelt pressure, Taft in having 'to bring anticipate on pretty "pole" of tlo'Wers-one of thI y } pattern all at one snip of the'scissors..J :

, Into play,, every resource, of. which a president of the United States infanier. ,I'high, tlchlly; massed lifts""' to put 'In Then begin with a,Wooden( form,After /

sbbn it'stdypuiinterests I"pino.o] : of tho feather or cockade' worn gathering the circular piece.;:-sUp, Itoy'er ";? '
Will Roosevelt stampede the ronvonllon and carry off/ the nominee at mo..e.. strenuous times. the button draw up the thread': ', '?1-/;' ..:/ .. / .:
tlon'-\ few 'weeks/ O. when Ohio virtually repudiated her son and took and sew 'acrosll with a few stltcheB/lf I.:" '
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to. dropin The! next useful garment for the cult /
to her hOHOin the ambitious WIKC of HaKamore; hill it looked all if Kuch pt possible,' attach ImmeCIatoly :\ r
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casa) travcr! Is the shirt'waist, and f. to/thb' 1
was within the ranK <>f .probabilities. But recent development have here and t dress with the 8ame.t1'read. / r'-:\ i ,
now with three In suitable] fabrics she can ( ,
.,; ) I ;:' Satin .1i
buttons, velvet, llneii lace
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succcEieruIly so through a' week end at .
rrnmeiU back of him. The conteMed Heat in the convention<< have |>inotlcalty see the stylish a fine country boure or stop several ,'f.1t"i''?..: aver silk and embroidered buttons' are* : "

all been given to Taft by the committee<< and Hoofievelt' mnnaKem!' I days nt a good hotel. The fabric of n'k. . ::; :!1'<' {' ,'Jas.ly fasbloned.. 'I 6''' .

have argued; and Htormed<< to nil avail. The country seems I pretty evenly new footwear. soft and wathabJe sort 18 to be pre'terred )* {. t: Have you priced tand-embrolderedl! ; ;' > /
which of'the KliouM for all three to stiff r( ",.:.,>: :>buttonsT Well, sit right/down, sister I.
divided<< on the wHtlon| as to two men receive I- garments a .', .." )> ?:
i nomination; but when the convention ball adjourned and the national You will be undernoobligation- material wash silks uDstlff- ned .. ,':'t,,* and make your own. After: coveringwith ?

campaign has begun; we elleve that jolly William'llowaiul Tuft will batiste and pongee'supplYing about ,1'Y'''''0.<>'\:;;=- << silk 1' tag 9r3thteO'diagonals1no M ,

lie the republican standard bearer. the beet materials. For the traveling I ','... i:; in'either two : ( ;; I.

waist the pongee In. natural color a i k,$ : at the center, SnQ<
STONE CllVItOII. to- buy because rich tan or pale gold, would be useful ? : weave over and under tbe radiating "
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and effective. The dressy waist couldbe : lines until a spider-web( )>>' ffect"$is-ob
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Sunday school 9:45 a': m. VT. 8.Eaklna Simple' Cleaning' Process. you look. It will of the batiste or of a fine lawn witha (;{; tained. ''The .t1teb' t. quite'-Jlke";that*; '

,. assistant superintendent In l When embroidering a gift' for a dainty lace and hand,, run tucks, and ;:-:",rV'ii".r which we used In our renaissance labor;? ,/

charge. The 'Infant class meet in,, Irlel\d.. linen shirtwaist or centerpiece be a pleasure ,for there could be a negligee blouse in the "M"vvv :Work years;ago. $fa f- ./yy

the Infant class room at the rear of become soiled, even if the .wash Bilk for tired moments and veryInforin .> '/' ;,1 t\ Gold and colored net'overs4k'gives.; //
"of care .
the church at the same hour. greatest. I.taken 100'preveot us to show YOU" r6ccasl6nr 'Thff-lastrlirfac a.hersgoadjmjtauo: embroidey'e. I.' /

Morning service 11 a. m., subject: this.It'you could do duty as a wrapper, tbat .111, .f..f.1i'! Lace'.with a flower, p pattern can be applied -, .,.
"Abiding the Time." : do'not want to wash it, sprinkle how and why we serve Instead of one for It cannot be ? s 'I'' with Ifee!blossomTln'the: '' 'center,/ '.

Evening service, 7:30: p. m., subject the soiled piece thickly with expected that there will be room In the ::>"i"} of the button. jA.t' touch. '''ot' colared/V; '
"The Law of Llfe's.Changes'' Drench( chalk. Roll It up, allowing tbe and do sell .;* thread /
can suit case for all the comforts of the over white pi>U t
Offertory solo, "M"old Thou My chalk to remain for"several days.The : I toilet. ' -- +', / -/i
Hand by Mrs. George Roliln- chalk then be 1P '
/ sung may easily "better shoes for The comfortable little shown CretonnWovered buttons areig6o '
bodice x'f' :
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ron. Mrs. Lampkln will preside at 'shaken out and an Immaculate gift
the piano. All welcome at all ser presented without'deatroylog the less In the Illustration is one of the newest Irish |ace roses>. ewrid;pn' 1tn n1: per ./Y
money. models offered for hot weather wear ed buttons "can" be easily madeIny
vices. L. F. Chapman, Pastor. "new" appearance' of the fabric. .
This is successful. Do not hesitateto i. I and a very: young woman might wear- deed, the ,story 'of' the>buttC) ..

1IAITJST: CHURCH. try It. .I It while traveling_ with ,.perfect propriety end when, a quick'eye can raephe; .
I as a good throat and arms are. little touches that are,'ap r // I

O. r:. W: Dobbs, D. D., pastor. GEORGE S. WAITE its chief requirements. There are is at left side of front where the pensive -gowns, and :clever/hand! ' > '

t'" Sunday school 9:30 a. m., F. F. / Mocha Pie.. Borne; ]lovely"wasb silks striped with rovers ends; It is .formed by 4. cord can apply the hiatej-/;.oIlG'aAwn.aew/ P ,

t''j *' Hoffman superintendent. Two eggs, beaten till very light, one .* 1 the new dress'Colors\ and while ratherof ornament. The sleeves- are finished. Ing room-, : r./< /1 .jThia' . .

Preaching services;.;11 a. m. null cup sugar, beaten gradually Into the 92 and 94 Dl VAL ST. ; the negligee species such little with bands of trimming.; ... ; ;

p.' 7:30 p. mMorning eggs one cup ,-unsifted flour, into bodices, made up In.thle manner would Materials required;, 6%, yards;SO ,INALKIhf4 : EIiBROWd7/
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*. subject: '"Walking 1 la which put one teaspoon of cream tartar Shoes be very effective with a wool suit on agot Inches wide %" yard 80 inches, cite I __ I

I NChrist.." Evening: "The Father's. and one-half t upoon. soda, and Clothing, Hal, e day. It the silk Is of a very s'trl-' for trimming i cord.Ornament! t.J': ', tL .. ;.1. i'

I' Welcome" slfj} one-half cup boiling milk, with deb, sort, too, It would, be a good idea Pretty/Model f/ I. ''of.YenetIan,, '
'*tv' "Forsake dot the assembling! of one teaspoon of melted butter, pinch I"I.:to;. berg a bias of It for a bat scarf and RAGE. :ASCOT'EWEL'RYEven i r" ; Cloth' ,'With.Black. Satin Used '

;, t., y' yourselves"together, as the manner of salt and one-half teaspoon vanilla. and Furnishings i i proper bat'for this would be one of -; FOR i'I ,'-* .. J,'.9 ,....-r. .)/' fotthe'rrlmmin. ... ." JYp"'fI
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,' :' \ :" HODIliT ,pIR1ipg-One'quartef(jup"-_ ;;blrtter;; ;. I'I'I"7J !thf\ tlneeperetltfous'Ary; 1.Not. f iThlajla o/nut brbwp-tietietleiioloth>: .:.
d' ,KIJCMIXO ITRUET, .
i ,,' J1Jt. ' .. \ ' ;rt ; 'Above Wearing .:;PrettL, _. r: wltb./trlniDilngs.of/ ''black.ssatln..Tbe; ', .
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: ( .'. Sunday: BC colt'8t80.bfi*'' :; RoE, ;.'tiVThompsonsuperlntendent,4. cocoa* 0neoookskcrw'j'' .. ] ;118[' \ Jaea4C1cJ.b.i b >
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) IA' .. ;,vt Evening\.'eervlce'71id; 1 iraubjert-; , '1,.. :. ,v" ) ''''',' ", ,",. i, ;:. ,.' Key;'"W!eatlrtq"itsvlp;, ; ; ; sub'mlttad<< (to( rY' Ali rl i I LLt Never, lJ' 'it.beeY ..trapa._ attbepideI; 'and. '..' .to",.form. .faaten--',, ., t.

lr t'1'y i. '1 ',",. -Llvlnlr Waters't tl +f .4, . '": .-. . j the!! ,Cltjr Council his prellmluarr! ;:'aeseasinent' r are hot; -above.'a'luck'charm'of\ notpuper.W2ouayod; : ;lswtlesort. ",{;y ',,y. "h,,'f.,M wiz r e''. "'.v I t ......,:

\'. : /.,'.,.' r Wi .D.'Tre.ca. pastor. Chicken' ".t,.. )roll'fort the 'ea'r, 1912i fof/ ." n'- .-- .' : '. : / "' .,If: :, ..i I;
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' ; Chop tbe'Dleat ,of cold chicken ;; .,A. safety pin broocXwun ,steneln <. .:}
'J ST., AUL'S: CHURCH. approval all persons f desiring ;toharecorrectlon a : .4 :
'I- ." coarsely and season 'well, Make' a the, baa. attached It ..
--:'-: thereof center, to. "Jiytbln. a : { I' .; :
made wbetherln ; J
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r large cupful .of'rlcb drawn butter and : It ,
a sbort> chalnia luckutortoleeingoldor'.nam.L'The : / '
Rev. C/T; Stout, rector. ; .. :' ss4
Holy communion 7 a. m. while on the fire stir in.two e"11oUed ; the''HsUug'valuation' of' pro ", ; :masoot'n-be r. "" : 4c; ,t '

{ Sunday school 9: 4r. a. m. bard.and. minced very: fine, also a perty or othnrwUe, are hereby notl-. further enhanced!: on.'. birth /4 "<,t '.'', 'f

. It' Morning service and sermon 1,1 little chopped parsley, then the chicken fled that said ",.lIessment roll will be 'atone.;' v. b1t.1nt'' &? \C4: :> /k 1 .r'',!tr
a. m. meat. Let the mixture almost boll t.t Another mascot ; i .
'W in the office ol the City Clerk ana to the .
Evening. service and sermon 7:30p. : Have ready some pattie pans pf good sign of the zodiac for your 1\i irtij
m. paste, bake quickly to a light brown. accessible to the public, beginning month.- Tbel,'come, in gold'or sliveror

A cordial Invitation' to all'to these> Slip from tbe pans while hot, fill with Saturday June 8 1912, to and including .may be, Studded with your .birthstone

service .the mixture and sat in the oven to Thursday Juno 20, 1912 for: .

heat. Arrange upon a dish and serve said purpose. It A motor/bracelet of gold or'BllTer l
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1ST CONGREGATIONAL ,
CJ1URCH. hot. The Clerks office will be open 1 d ; wire can have attached to It 'various ,
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'. Sunday school 9 : 30 a. m. 'Mr. C. during the salt\ period frost 9 a. m. lucky/'channs. as the lucky, linger. In
Ivory 'duck: penny, a tiny rabbit's "I' (
O. Lewin In.charge. For Dented Furniture. "
to 1 p. m.. and from 2 p.,m. to B b,
Preaching, service 10:45-:: a. m., When tbe furniture becomes.dented foot and horseshoe, and a minute bluebird /
; abject, "A Special Call." and not broken the marks may easilybe : m., Sunday's excepted. Amy per for happiness as weU'a. safetySometimes
Music by the-cholr. son desiring< made' ,
to dlaanpMHl\ ? Treat it in !<', .. ',. ,
-- r- - Evening service 7:30 p. m. Flf- this wannerWet" *"" shall file .with the city Clerk on or worn around the neck/on a tine gold Jo1l'r."I:. : ..' :,Ii'

,teen minute; gospel song service. tEe bruised spot with water. before June 20, 1912. his petition chain, or they form an .Interesting. ; ', "
Manic by the choir. Pastor's sub pendant for the watch fob. '.
Double a piece of five Council / ,
brown-paper or tbd City setting l rth'his .
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ject "The Offerings of and : Great. .
Cain! favorites are the' }Incky pig' .. ,'
six times and soak it In warm water. objection to -uald assessment, and l :; ?:i'ti'
Abel. and lucky: bear charm, wblle a novelty: j' ::',
Place it tbe bruise and apply '
upon a
desired
the correction to be madeThe
Everybody invited. for thereat la .mall. '.:' : .
lover ;
a. bowl of ,
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Special Notice te Parente. warm (not hot) flatiron till the moisture Clty'Coandl wi* n.e.; at the gold t' ' T'

.st At an official meeting of the has evaporated. Crty Hall on Thursday June :SO: 1912' One of the Newest N.gllg..' Bodices in and itand crystal: watchful with two small goldfish ">.: ,', ;Jo\. ,..",... ,.
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ehnrch It was decided that all par- It the dent bas '.not disappeared repeat at 8 o'clock p. m., .Ior the purposeof Offered for Hot .Weather Wear. ,side. / .... ",,". \" .
ents desiring their children baptized the treatment. eqnaMzln'g the assessments andmaking'proper // tl'' /
must bring them t othe church on ; corrections, and will the duck J: tourSsV/o; outing| shapes A fasclnatlng/loare charm which t ,,, .'"{
which are selling from 60 cents comes in circular or heart-shape: nan .. ', ;;"
the first Sunday morning of each reconvene from day to day until all up. '
Month ", s of said petitions shall have been A "dicky,*Vjor front., made to eke out ,on Ita ply, and minus 'sign with ./t''.

1 fl'he'palltor will 'not baptize children heard and': equalisation. of assesments the possibilities ofpl ha wal t>ls AuJourdhuV above' the former and > ./ ,..

at anyotber time or place except Goody are completed.By likewlsq .usel\Jl-trllle\ for the-tr veler C .u-Hler beneata lt.. while beneath the '. y,,/-:1,." ,,;";..",";:.,.

In cases of severe sickness. Imported /'- :, order of the.City Council to take'/along, and-If she-locks about. minus xIgn is Qu Oemaln! which ,)\ ., }v :.,mj,

S. Kay: Darlington pastor.: H. K. COLD, the shops she wm flnd .many pretty translatedmeana that the donor's ... . ",
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8-8tf -. 'CityClerk.DRUSU styles In .thene-c As underwear_ unstlffenertdlflilty -
MEMORIAL CHURCH. 'Handworked'GarnfantsPanama / and lesathan.:tomorrow.".
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from which, every gar- .Y,4 .
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/ menV eed ed Is m.e!..-, could be used, The fond father now presents "moth .. t
Services", morning and evening. ,the tnore Intimate lingerie while er? with a ring containing' the birthstone lug below the satin collar; the wrlata't "5,',Ptl:'..'"

''Morning service 10:30: a. mOl sub .. Hats for the long petticoat .there la a wide of each child., are trimmed to match. / v1r'<:..

Sect "the Name of Jesus." . 'k A rang ot light:and reasonably,.J"rS" loed e i cf Hat of brown satin lined with black ,,"i'' '{i

.. Evening service, 7:30: p. m., subject T materials. In .e..talpf the shops the The Agreeable. Silk. and trimmed with'a bow attbe aide. .." M'':e4'' .
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pro : "OU Imaginable U There Is .Materials required '' r
"The One "' smartest underwear no denying the luxuriously :,, 4H 7ard 4S ;
Thing Needful. It you bave been to our carry 8 C etl1ne of made of.tan pongee and1' tnla is much impressive effect'of a sort frouTfrou inches wide, H :yard satin ZO, Inches '. .,. ..,. '

Sunday' : school 8:80 p. m.. E. E. tore recently: know Rrut DmG/Sundrie. sought for traveling: ; of silk In. .woman''tanneDtl. Bee wide; 4 yards Ilkv or,satin tor lining (.',Jf! t."t(
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Archer, superintendent.Epworth 'o/1I.en selecting footgear rememberthat may be quite simply;dressed, an Unobtrusive coat, 134 dozen,bum tto ns. "* H>" oJ'i:':! 'rIf.., '
League 7:30 p. m., Tue.. without' beioc told that OI QlGH.4RD < little .: ? .( : '
we. tans leather ls cooler }ban any figure sitting meekly ". .:'
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pr.ayer'meeUnc have the clnssieH lien / other and that *bIte wash leather In'a corner of the room--let her- rise F Un... In Lingerie. \ ' : ,/ ': .
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Everybody to cordially invited to ----thc-above-m.Dti.on rl=._ _ -- +_ _'. ,_ A little pair'of 60-cent Turkish; slip- :suggestion of rustling silk: fol- fashion'and the newest trousseau, pet-,.. ;. ,.r 1!

attend all these services. idea.(: bo be d 1D the --- / i rimrat.crIdrto"tbetr&yeler'comfort"attd -IowlsgberrmovementsiheJeyeralt. coat.--.u4eoPlbIDaYont JJuu"i' ") ...
/ to the made- gown .will take on the contours '
contribute nothing not at the hips but at thebefrllled'n "' .
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t y oily 0 /Tax Assessor's Notice I. wight/of the. suit case.* : a Paqulnmddel.: bent-more so than', tor. threeyear;, .._ ',,l ,:
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THIRTEEN :MORE FOB TAI"'I'" -NotlMls' j ,MARY DEAN. When several year ago fashion' This points distinctly to much .fuller;. '., ":\1.t :zYA
hereby: given that I amInakiogbpthe'oilyax I stern subaUtutthesoft .
You Wife Wants' / ./ .. decree .' messallnea skirts.In muslin.frocks otherwise tnau "+. ,<,;'' ,
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Chicago, June 15The' republl:, -: : .sses.montrotIfor { :TheiRsal: i peerlot'Ruff. for the Bolsy1taffeta underskirts ruffles of the .petticoats would f, be 4tfv;:'tl t '!

' can national committee add r : the Tear 1912.,';.Parthei de.lrlDblanll' The newest thing In'neck filings J Is deep ,wa"C the\chagrln therein. bound to mak the wearer clumsy and!'] 'rf fc"k 7 ,'
.*I 'something that; taCERENT DIF./ for maklJl&'r turn8 But at .exhibition of this :. {
will be.fur- .pr 1"a) uncomfortable. As
emb pani&fi.
; 'teen ruff> 1
the truly
; .4elegrat s to Taft oeTuronto- an altogether Joyful, really, cit'a .. aldered .:; '.
nished same aaklog'application; : ;: at of styles faablonabre'c1ree.mak.r ., els .re quit the rag* abeerMr% <,
day. Many: of the ooaeve '(eader : aha-like* rf' for Pierrot.- There have been heaps : ,
: y one of the models 'aD" ; '
/ created ; to
/ Clerk's.mot". at pleasureable.ensation dresses ,
' the.<< City" them, "sOoCltl1ed-ltut. at leash is frocks{ :tnade ..altn'OY7I" "', ,,':y.
eoncede'openly; It la)mprobable, IrlDrJi.ti; Sa'td ga'dnd: ; atoak by: fining the room with ahead of the 'IeUU7'IIe I j ', l-ij
; y j\\ LEo I.M, the Ve,l'llng.::,; Daring and.; dainty. ae son :; ; !N? : c.
.'; that the"'Colonel can be'1 nominated .I' / : 'out''lof wbit '.talle wide the. agreeable swish,.of. taffeta slag:. 'pieced out with something the kin ?; ::71. . .
. pattern dtY eo' i41ti4Jf' {! i City 1 AMes or: built fine ,; ..as I of ; $ ,
just as ,
r;, on the :first ballot }1aC the 1a't'loDa) von 1 i ) one's ahouMers-1m possibly wide...as \ '- '. '" 'b for*'"' the' tint come;,fol'i'actually. .. :q;:;: . }+ r

"I coaventlon'which! .'Will 'open next if she haw.. ;tvtiited'otiif': ;; .' exaggerated, and silly and delightful, For'tile'8lckro M. .. wearing tbnC'II'. .; t>'v t;.',.;..'v " ', 'I

J.t , Ttiesday. On the 6ther'hand, the 'Taft tore -- I'd .' s itJJ allat I t T'Iloria' P arloi u' avert the beartl.oli; 'nuul<)moueUe ;., "A convenienc for.* sick person la a' r"4."T! : .. . .. 1r ;: ."";"> ,"111.;-;::.;.
we )rOil su geac'thit s t lsed .a '1
.l : good shoe bait: wlta ample ... .
< leaders claim:: the: 'nomination of the / '. beraeifrcoubh fairly linn o( '' pock. t ; : 'Chl fona, /.:, ,: ....i-it,: '
r!I',' / president on the first ballot. y,';..RE9uET< ,her; .f ; rjentraifyf located, and' tself the.TAn clalr d. lane;'mdn ami,", eU; which may be fastened with,large ?,Uany" ;;of the,, latest} blotses1rlilod; 'lI/:' '; ;1 t'
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safety-plns.to.tbo mattress ;
on.whichever ; :
Mhafrthls-atyle1 always: recalls : are worn under coats bar lace ,' ,
f' 'ne'.lIpport.n'' ''of La !'olletie who I to da6 ." ; t .: "' OooTenlent. To All) ,, of..tJae.JDYaU4'.ibe4ilt ". . rafOManyof.the ** : :j,1.1 I. ,
; ', / .. 'f...g' J: UU IIO.oDe> apylag the vr.epointed[ aide ; la at'the wrjet.,, 'f" '
/ bas thirty ,delegates; 'declare that ': IID + 4 JD\ .. :GqLD "AJU.1 "BATI flJ < needed.(( 1<: "i .. 't.'X: : '' t : 6'; :
1\\ N t '" ; rosebuds 'darting'ont* of :tb. ;'all very .. ; I.< / w$at oalsi CUlt *bowt& f
y, /'/: -. ther'wlll. avoHLa-ny: combination to "EL /LOUV+; KE'. I' tatessTdmsorlsl| l ApplUnoas ', mist of Its folds, could help loving it '.In"'the pocketa may be stored books' tbaid ; fasteningrapm.. o.tartfag' ," ;r ;.,: .f

',)!:P' ..ecara-: .notalnation,. 'of...* dark ) . < ,. .: v:!>hd cost modern aanitarr method M' to.distraction::: "!heer as a dragon fly'a 1 papers, fancy, work, handkerchief: ;aci} slightly: below the waist paejandrs > .' :;'it:! ;:,

"'" horse:\as a tneans.of .ensuring .h a.4' V/MENENDEZ,';Prop:; 'tH61PLaC: you'ng'tooasgo' sot '::1. wing; ext ut.tt% .perishable( 'would,.;,. varjoua articles that lire constantly' being up at the shoulder., >, .ot-'; F:,,,, .:\I '";, :1

..oDJ.ln/h.,a}1,... >.-: /,/ ... ;, \. take the moth-eaten soul of the'stupid- ( lost pr getting but of r.Scb.,':Tbls )I', Cape collar' .extending'ow., : tbi'tA'!" P4:.
, \ ., .7' -.lf ext t. : Motet:' ; .Jeff I,eat 'old Berman'pr'of.saort deep '1 idea la suggested fOil:;one,who is 'COlt;:"'. ahonlders. ,,'ar*-a'"feature. nots only"oJ 6 ,; ".t
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.... / 'pbfleeopby: ;16 eopdemn 'this de'I1'QTl5; .fined to .hr bed for<(ome time, >,et;'I: ,many b"YJ': coats, bat alb$ l. '' :,

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V :. .P9.yoa need a torciiy!xJiaitor'twol,1tv-' :*. oa the oU r. =Th.y\BhowBjal-' ViJhelrt one not the hap r.f. f* 'You. Our.drivers are tIn&tructed .- -'"..:.". ---:--'- .. : .
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: a DJO that\ar.'tdlsttncUi to, that most ;: to give full weight in all instances.: ,; '
; i 'Did kno > fc"coBBolatIon, 9w
4? yodi / ;.headquarters ereryit the two sides of th "bloos*. and buttons \\t.! I. -.
; 1'Y,1t.' ry / ,'braid, lave frills, embroidered r- Qeatittt ldr dl bolden slay'' -be pur- If the one that servesyou'fails! t.o. : .1)
: :j(' ahlllg nthrnitlie Y J. ;\ v.r.' and plaltlnrs are used Vn \one \ hM 4\\at!e. to, .ul''all' para. \ Hoso, phone 211 at opce. .. :. .:. I '
I' 'f J, .h t : ." side to balance 'trlmmlngVof m>)le,\\ln en. :* ones in I.J'.N had .
''11't / .; A tic china,,-wood, c)ass, and Vetat, and '
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9 ; 9t. aided sashes and clrdies the o
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I models, are knotted, or at \ ,4I -
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s i. Skirts! are draped upon'one side u
;.;' : Jt; .' ; der *xtrlp\;\ rows of buttons, wjt h h' .CMllpy--; ( \ : I .

': ge: est Furniture Company.70Q : skirt.slmulaleH Tbe\bu\tonboie.one-sided,\'dre, slashed foun_ ion ef ,, - - j. i : :


I 'J:, l' I ; fact\on features the bottom tUat of the many skirt, tailored Is one ... :_

,: Butte\are obser lng>\
: .. : J,1 val St. idea Is to\ epar rosy the vThe. symmetrical 'BEACON'S .
/ 1 balanced -trlmmlpg A glimpse ... SPECIALTIES

1 ,, '1 ,, at accepted styles Vlll provetbe beau;; I \ \ No.1.\... ala ...... .
ly of the one-sided < Jecorato"s| : uch AyVarWty bf mater Ybat, any N

I'7 ,,- &. QKDEBJTHE: OklGINAli BOTTJUKOviy 1 taste may b \sull 'r.. '. Ik japer shades, OH e color cut oiU liixfan--
r7r i i. i i PRETTY BLOUSE. Home madeiic3 cakes Pimento /
f / ... cKjn deslgn\andM a stea over Miotnerap x X Cbeese"s
plat! orm the shade of crepe > P '
Dr. Jobnyon's Educe Phill1deJpLio.
< r Cream Cheese _
? : / o' dainty wall paper, cretonne.Ip panels! .

! 'l the perforated brass ehaxlet), the bead / \.. Crackers Sardines in' Mustard v _- /
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trimmed, shades..of'I llk\nd the stenciled : \
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and ,embrotdered shades1 N"such-; II1 rd .: ... Crisco \ '

''I A33rujsrf : .: ,",\ XSKE'Y as proper are shown and fitting here if""'C t& tefullj of ".made.ndu.edlD.the.rlght.lurto..uDlllnCII'are Bt"i' ]e\Herriugs as can be Fijb:Flakes Xiae .

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, / ".xThe designs here given\ kreNpsd -.of.. ..y'up' ;

Uniformity of Jnfen, ]awn or silk, and ornamented l.. ..... '., '
/7' d 'j with'band ertfbroldery, ,All of the!8e "
',' :' j whiskey excellence measure, about four Inches from top :Telephone: JrlVdLl.* Fleming andWilliam ,. .
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.A'D t to bottomland; as they consist of more NO St.
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withou .' the embroidery Is 1Inlshed./ the w
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shade is sewn upvin a small neat seam; SUMM R. SCHE SEASON
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and then
which Is carefully"preseed
.question by ever v- it is ready for the frame, which consists HAVANA. SASSAlJ. PdOTTAMPA, MIAMI AND KEY WEST... "

man who ,knows candle of and a splrng from clamp which"clasping rises an the adjustable '. peninsuiarx and l. occidental Steamship CoiPM . '

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; 'fast'Mall rorKey Went Vacant the West
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.tbe'sli.tne'fOQd'; ,Q1d: ligi1G4ytlnt, : I'wfht4 JDQdel e made ; "OD'I'ri 1S"J'1I ; ..
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,:.' !."{.T plastron Is.of Vgbk silk, flatbedet shad 'rests.. A fouhdauonol! medium Apr 1912 < Tae Sat
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, ; ; . 01))): ', i >," : i.l;i-I. The first, shade ,f. a neat little em. KEY WEST l<
: Line ,' 1-Ittie .8nggeetle"a, That "will prove. pure design with a script initial. The, I II l12 i.

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to troublo*'70u. not to carry threads from one as to pi.prper sad frrlylit rates nil rclrtu: In the United States, .
t MAKING CONNECTIONS;WrruTb0 In selecting; draperies for .window.do I figure to another on the wrong side, as Cub*,,\Veit Indies and BRhiinss ebeerlully fftrnlsbeil vi.oi... DJf11e! tlca. ...
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'. f' ( Mallory 'Steamship Compaq to and from N r.Yotk. Mobile. .Oalwrton cotton goods In the dress depart tbe candle is lighted. Cba./! .'Myers; Manager P. J. 'nil d eis, G. F. & P.'AJACKBONV1JM "' '
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Key Wen and Tampa. purpose. The should be ._ \....
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). JIowlooI Stewnshio Line__Ft. Myer and the Went Coast .. attach' a small brass ring' to a whether white or colored, and the ."

A': daylight trip down the Hawk Channel getting a full view piece-of tape and sew the tape to the fine stranded cotton Is especially suitable , -:....
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tv .'oiJ.'f' i' roc ladies shirt waists at 350 of asMon.A liked. ,
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country and seashore resorts as achange ware tall: on .
from white it being upon small-alxed stands of white en-
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%"Florida East Coast r Railway evident to milady of fashion that she ameled Iron similar to those-lvsedi in Fleming St. Phone 360 .

'. must hare footwear that will take her hospital wards, are of glazed surfaced
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{ tJ1 6;'Tl3E OVERSEA LIAIITEP The six In these sets Include ,
: : ; Daily Her white suit or gown will bite a : :

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tv": J A _Bmyroa 8,20 a.::m. Daytona 9KX; a.: ,m', ,-Augustine 11:30 boots-", -';Shoe' .. 'Retailer.. for the cold and the'other I teal of use 00 only determine ..

tr:; ,' ; 'ir'-BB,:Jacksonville':45 p.- m":. Carries! through 4 aJeep.D cars iv ;!Folding Motor Bonnets. 'for the tepid Water Attached by t, that. Our cement, lime\ piaster

lIt"+ Key; West'to'New,:Yock- via the A. p., I* AfS >A L' without f Among, are-'p'urely the English adorable importstlonethero little bon a nickel a small chain thermometer to one arm, of with the which standIs :: aod. other building' materials
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In In case of stormy weather (Wire back on theflre, and broil them on the onion. Mash thoroughly and ml:*: with'
Fine Recipe for Preparation of This netting may :be found' In various other side until done. Tile .sitdden cupful cooked lentils drained per-
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skewer Into shape, cover with cold spend much time near the ,cook toes fried with bacon are a favorite dip Into beaten egg roll In fine crumbs

water and beat slowly to boiling point; stove. Remove shades entirely or roll Should Be Thoroughly Chilled Before ,dish in many English households. Cut and fry Ii\ deep fat. Garnish with pars -

remove scum and simmer until tender; to the top of windows It.the sink or I Frying to Get Best Results-Van- the %>matoes In slices, season with ley and serve hot. A little curry powder ': ..
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the cut of the Meat.. Remove from water of the worker blinds or curtain should Ing. .
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turnips In the liquid. These should be the sun. Then.at night by leaving the There' Is a proper and an Improperway i fried in bacon. Pour oil the IUperfluous Closing the House.
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Have,the Most Up-to-dllte' beef water, allowing one hour for the SOME 'CAKE. MAKING half a cupful of catsup.
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anything and But the possibilities. do not end here nlng to ml*,the.-f\Q, aa.delay In getr1 place on ice to become thoroughly Another way" to prepare this dish Is to I . ,::1
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Simontpn ,remove the strong- flavor... -National" '. them light, but beating flour makesIt Bacoa baked 'as follows Is free fromgrease the bacon aqd the flour, and the<:flour : allowed to dry open, and It , r.t.
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. '\\\1'\ ; always be added to a cake last and place them on a rack such as Is used well .while cooking and after brownIng than before. .Sin

z K : HOW To, HAVk jTlRY: : l KITCHEN as lightly 'as possible! '' In adding the I I I .roasting meat or upon* gridiron thoroughly on 'both sides remove sometimes the be restored to usefulness. -1) 'Its

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J t Highest i' Grade. $* tutlon'4Wtll.Housekeeper Appeal<< to, . When a. cake crack open as threes brown. to the outside. Stir Into the trying Put In a buttered Budding dish fcoll- ,-

It Is .a' sign that,, too' much, Hour: has I !The following Is a unique war of pan one or two tablespoonuls of id macaroni In layers with minced ...
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(,; I '\ 13 e. p. Clear... .er'Froste.: cl. S:. : I trbG.. I ..t<.. ,,,'., ert"' ,'b"'I,4- $ I 'P'' !
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: :3riJsS' 21 e.p. ar I, ., 1 s5i' ,' '\1',0/'<': :$/.
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. '. 4 e. p. Frosted (sign Lmp.J}, .33 ''. . '" ,}; : .80 nb ,.. .
,I' In. Addition to Our Large'Stock on Hand ofr "f '12, 16, 2O. 34 e, P Oem Lamps r 25 r. '.jv.,.:;,r1201Y, }; ': ; .
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92,'40 e. p. O,sn >3, (O. I\\" err t .; / \ '
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:. L. DQtTGLAS' SHOES . ),ko ; Ij'
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,( ". We have jusft: received 850 pairs of styles and leath- .__u'u_: _ : a \\/q,. '. ,I-' .

; I ers pair cuaranteed fir.** class and up to date LEGAL;; "' NOTICE: ;;,
every The *U., 8., s. ,. "bralka.\11: \ make I : t
% ,
:.. : - 2.50 for $z.2S $3.50 for. $2.95 $4.50 for $375 ( West ,
.h her annual' speed. trial !in several In Court' ef' County; ;; Judge, State cf The :Key; ElectnHoj
' 3.00 foro, 2.65 4.00 for'.3/15 5.00 far 3.95 day. *. Florida Monroe, countyr '' ;
1 ;' Tbe homeof, cut prices i on W. L. Dou la,' Shoes' -- la re estate of Uatllda William: i.

Li If it's Shoes, Clothing, Hats ,or Geot Furnishings! Miss Micpah Rick left yesterday Notice Is hereby given to all whom ':"..
It may concern that on the JOth .
afternoon for a two week yl lt with of, Pem>mber A. D., 1912. I shall I. *.
friends: In Summerland., apply' to the Honorable Hugh Guno f .",v\.r.?: :w

I .. .. THE NAVAL STORE -0Sirs. Judge of said court at Jii.-'ge: of pro- ." T.-_..._. . .R ;, _" '
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administrator
'C. >we'l* seriously 111\ at bate for final discharge; as :,,'
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.J the'home of her on-lnrlaw Julluk .of the estate of a'atllda\ Wlll- --W' ._. _____-......____ -... ..... ., '.. . e e ..\j'.i. e JYiA1
T lamedeceasedandthdtitthecram: : . ,,,
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otto-un-srmontoa atreeT : W
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Undersells Its Competitors'at All Times t time I will present'my final I''oun a I '
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tr a* administrator or said estate, and
Corporal, J. H. Nepper left on the\ .
i I'm' LE1BOYIT ::: 128 DUYAL STREET Olivette last: night with two military ask Dated for their June. approval.4thf l9lk. . : :'

prisoner* en route to Ft. Dade. PETER T, KNIGHT. Ms &
Administrator. Solir:
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I-II JLjj E The steamship Julian Alonzo arrived ---: ,. .

yesterday! afternoon with. another -
.,. ,- . When NTafcfirg Oolite. :
of pineapples for northern :
cargo
It I* an impossibility to anecessfnH; : : :
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i ., -'flIH lilli' =''l|IIII|| : 'r.@ Mrs.market Belle Raulerson-0- .and two .fllllnc wash qnUts become without matted benne and ItnApy.Ole cotton 5ia-520. DUVAL. STREET' '. ;.:B... '.

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If the gotten batting 1* ooveted with i
,4 children of Miami are visiting' her cheesecloth; and tied befor' the' final .. ,.' .'. v. '
; ; tether Mr. Robert Fulford, on Pe- covering 1* knotted over the- cotton
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'II I f
Four Left
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jj tronla street --0- the and latter washe' ty"be removed: at.any time .; Only Days ij; '':

+. OF: KEY' WEST \ = Lost: A five dollar bill last night Afterward 'It may bo replaced and poR ,
It finder is honest enough returnsame..AndawI14apllt.wlth.1Im.J..A. knotted making; the gilt: perfectly :* . .

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-:---' r. -' -' Capital ------ -- ---$100,000 ? Willis,,care Morning Journal. : The Temptation SaleOUR l :,- ,:

and Undivided II '
Surplus Profits
: l $46,000 --[- Asparagus 'IIT Came Hlrrg*.
1!, ll : Lost: A Heavy Romaa cold''brace Boil tbe ajftpwagu tenter'In salted ' l'' ,

; Total Resources, Over One Mill 11ej let, tbe Inside of which bal worn water, drain tt and put tknee or tour SLOGAN. FOR THIS -SALE IS . .J. \ ,!
.. plain. It found please return to piece In a rifey that you fcacwt all out .
',.' ......- lion Dollars .. :. :: : Mary Semple. ef cooked canet.! Lay It en w dish. **We positively guarantee any article Furchased -' .>.

.*--* Depositary sod --- sprinkle It over with a few greett pea during this tlaIe..to give absolute satisfaction ;IJ.'J. .
Duearo Agent
1. r ol .the .U. S. Qoreroineo : The British steamship Mlrral, Capt. -.4l ut117 wlj* some Trench nlneeiln.!' as if pntchased at any other time/ .

.J -- Hi: E. Leven, from Hamburg: with acargo. ,. . 0' ., '. ,'l ;.. ,. '
.of cement for the F. E. C. Ry. '''' A.LOUIS''SOrl: ', 'e' '
c..Mt Cake. :; "
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I, f.I OFFICERS: DIRECTORS 11 arrived yesterday afternoon. Break. an en; to a cup en* tAl the i' 1 '
We Havelmitator* But mo ftuperk rs. ; ,
r.t with ereesm Place fn eioeck and .
Oerkeo
Oo "W. Allen, President' John. Loire, Jr. I Mr. H. of Bayrldg,.K I. of Telephojie :'
.. ; nsba,one cup tf sugar and en*-easp Orderr1srotnptlyfiiiedanddelirered: :
tf John W.-AJlen. will arrive Monday on the S. 0 Sa- '
\: neer.wlih one spoon of.ftetttaK. pow. '
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Patterson Vlaeprei.Oeo. -
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... Oeo. li. Lowe. + Bane bathe : :\( J'i. i ...
I from Npw York to nest OI 4'>f layorawt5t4eleptlla.Il l : "leal baked ..... .
I'"i or- L. Lowe Oubler. William I H..Porter.Q. of met with whtvped cream. ) '
: her cousin Mrs. E. Warren Oarrl** .. ; : /. '
Bowne Patterson. : --0- ." . ,,?,,,:t .#
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d9bar1ea A. Oolllni, Ant Ouhle "' .Lquis-"SG
,1 4 diai..A. CollloiQeo. Mr.. :Wm. .Keepers, who 1 I. hey attached' ;$ ;1: : I. .' .!: .,
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: Richard H. Kemp, AMt Oajbler. W Allen: A..I to the Sap; Frane\see, was WHTKOTSIOHEI' ClaD ciiin. ; ,, :. , .

ashore yesterday, and spent the day .'. 'V" .. ;t .ls'.
.1 That* the )'.kind we nauunn-ture.. ." IIIi''' \'. .,,' . r I
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r shaking hand with his' phi' friends. ,Wean vous are bu 'lIa Cigar next'time! ., .. .l __ t. ,' : '
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: :,6k!f for our, n n" .an the boa.,.:. fbaU.ue :',' "'BE'I7TERGOODs' ; ' :?<)ljLESSMONEyJUST \' ' :."! .'J1 : '. :" :
\ , : ,.J.. \In with: name Mary 'rW"'I'ou: need lytwy5a, .
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1//::''.1'' ',"'"I.'!;.,,..'iI.". ,.',,,,,.."..;.;.,", .,.".., ,,, . ;,"."" . "f."' \\.t\. ." .. .\'A''' _', ','' :',;,u'e,' engraved, oil it; near corner ef"Tranels. l .Vi' 't. :. .It:; ; 1t.t if7i' 2 fi 4 :

w.. .. . and" White l.. 4IIIIoL.l: : f.Renr jlf I'." f Z'" Ml'l,; ,t .,
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,' ,.' .,. : Have Tf h.-\l who '1* attending tbe .term" f' circuit -_.:..... ,-. ,s5vara !i.J iu.f; r
'. lye em ioiirt' here left'yesterday-evening.: '+ ; ; .' ... .,;.'. .. .;.'. ,, "i. .
..' .': .:. Miami to spend Sunday. ;with bl* family ' .. ., .. .. .,... .. , .\.iI., r"1 ", " +. " ., \ t ; ;
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\ rt'Y The-S. S. Ollvette.crrl&f one hun. PALM; ?BF; ; ,. a. '
: : I dred and Dine passengers..:from this .- ; \1: . I, " .f' : '.,: +
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"c THERMOS BOTTLES port' last night,, the 'most"of which : "-;' :: .
were negro excursionists en route to "+ ; :.. 4i.. ; ,. : '" t, : i. :
I :$-t. f fI

/ Tampa. - ; / I 1'lI.'ID' '1\, .'S Ill', S;, ,

Prices $1.00 '. Thomas Benj. Grlffeh ,a native of MAN I I t. 6 'lIJ ,.
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L the Bahama Island, declared his Intentions YOUNG ; .
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Prices 2.50' of becoming a United State r" ... .... W /.,.; wk .... j (
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citizen In the 'U. 8. court Friday aft- '. ....

Prices. .. 4.75. ernoon. ., ----c--: : : --- '. . -, '..,' :' l '. ..,. : .
: .. -0- ,When bU.1r'o. Diamond
----" you
tx>st: A green umbrella, efther'leftIn : THE THING FOR :
?Memorial church or on street car. .
waut; a DIAMOND. .
Finder will receive reward by !return you ::
PIIOFI'l: + J. .
I log same to Miss Ruth Nelsorl.: 11 tl THIS WEATHERPrice :
( KEY WEST DRUG CO. Pine tree{. 16-3t hen yoa buy! a piece' of f . + ,Y 'f. .... ,

;' i Judge. Locke-O-expect .to leave. Jewelry, :you want t.Qt ..NO\\' : 'I' {

Jacksonville shortly on, hla vacation ( O O ;1" Il
: \ The Sfor.e. wh'lch he will spend In Maine. He I hl\t'it. :. the,Best" ot -its'- kior{> '$8 : , r
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I will not take .up new matters In .theU. .
r-8. court. until after his return. When '''you' buy from "'.EIN' ; J,
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40 \91At Rev. Howard Gibbons, formerly BEltCVS 'you l have that ,/asRurauce i j-41
of the Congregational:: churchIn \ > '. *
pastor

thin city, will be ordained in Ha- always. : 'WOLKOW
Both Stores l S1 K :
vana today as Deacon, in the Episcopal : \

. 'church by Bishop Knight.0 ,
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; Roeroe Carhart, traveling 'repre- The ..Diamond Palace I 1\0\ '. .'CW r .t. 'f'":-/
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sentative of- A large-, calendar firm ,. : i,\,{, .(,...'i\>.. u.;, '; "" \
who has been booking:\! orders with : Reliable ;
.. 04... ........... ... -r4r.9.............e.F ... ;..4ei\the;local merchant for several\ days' ; 1'P.'''WEI BERQ; ''rQp''' r, jo .,. 3VJdse. j wuiuuujf. ," *..v.-tf'' ?- .f.r/"Iil'
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'.' left ono the Olivette last night for : 1! . .Y 'Jr'r. '
: r. Tampa t _.-.I.">.1.' ,. ... . . + .. .:'. .... 4.> ; .: f . .1/ > 1 i;
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\ 1ILVEYERY i Insist your I J:. .,', J: !
:1' upon grocer ,
.. H I you the best coffee: on the marketThat -'T H' IL .' Of '. ""

it : mean* Cabrera' Coffee-30o There's Kcthiqg\ ; Thai Appeals + I L. A. Gr'eau'r:' : .11
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(. and 3 DC pound.i tf. 1 <;

: : --0- COEEEE SHOP].WATgUMAK1i:, k. :',:(,. ,:";.; :*
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There will be a called communIcation . ... .1MTA5L'.Hie Isn ',. rj.. "'r l
HL .Anchor, Lodge F &; A. M. to a tired man or" women 'I'| '. : r U, '. ,... Teoalrtng to delicate ..... ;..:' :.Wt
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on Monday night for the purposeof ,cOmer of Greene, A; Fitxpatriek, as4 Jcwelr' .; ; _':::',1.'t .. < ." i I
F conferring the entered -,. Worst; ,dens' r-nUT 1 U' .;with ''/ .fjj
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apprentice :
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:t degree. All sojourners. are -cordially so'" much, as. a tastily. prepared i i. the best place to flat Ci ara'Ooffee: '.UllfrUo." .... .. ;.., '! t. 'I.' .If.
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I 1'YA1IakVIJ Invited. meal, and ,there's Cbooolate. dafidwicfaea CG.'"& Ahikr "Dt'' A: .;.\. "i-' :f. 4..:: .r, :
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: I -0.- ..,:. -: .
+ Dt1MIAI4i Y The San Francisco, which arrlveclyesterday nothing. helps make a tally'prcpaedmeel'sa ad .I5; p, .' . ' .. ": .4.-'. -, -"' : :, ,
morning) sailed last nightat Dr'1.' D.Keiidrk,1. {:j

I I : i 6:80: for Havana, where she willtransfer :: much ' .0."IJ-JP';'''l.-. U'- ..!.,.'t-" .'!/j.DENTIST" ".
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'.everal j" o.c
, ;;mldablpmen to' the J 1
f.' battleship there. after which she. .s';" tbe' .EfEST ;;"groceries E, Mofileis'( jr O t', J ".;;. \ :,J
will,,proceed to. Quantsntmo. | GOLD 'Ca.OWNIc'BRm & WOM 'I\'f
That lose of : '
account sickness I '
you on . r ** ' .
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0i For thatkina t i .., Telephone ;, .... ". / .f.. SpedaJtt( "\1, .vO

. r. :. ( means ,money to 4''"you,'.; .Y"fU"'cap. Several'member! Vqught which* of the pat'In schoonerCgrollne here ;..J.>- "&:,' >..;' '.' ',..* -. ,', "(. "-/! .", "'; ( \..JI 1tJtJ' ; ,'', l : :, lo.'HoG.ever.; 8.30 Otto'to. '&" 1AO: WOffira 5'Qt: ,''(1. .: ;,
r ; Dru&orf1"" ,..
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Y ( i several 'day ago for repairs/areobtecting .tj. ( '
t not/afford to.be sack- : cift to continuing th., cruise to ''v.our",GrMd ,..': : 1wJ" 'pb0lDe'1A. "
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,' ,. .,:- jj t (f v ,you:! / LaCelba.r: Hondttra.'"** they'claim ., _. "" '" '.:.. '' (, "

t that. 'she' is ptlll unseaworthy..Officer e .' ", : ;"j.. .. ' '. . . , ,I, -tl
: afford to buy: drugs. t'this,1 rug- i : :, -, A ,, / Stoves. :'tuntii''Raltages: 1J.f1' '/t, ,.A :r PROPOSALS.' "f" . ,'' I...'
: .tI t '..1om*',1.0_' captaured,two 'E {' .ROBERTS '- "Bide"! : a\ I the ., /", .,
I. wilt,8II"M "
;::':\ .t J.1 Store, and'curDiug) preveptsicjkness,' .KOaton mall negro'boys' FrWay night;' an- : a, .. -- ., it /..Stylcen l'Itllea' a flee; ot:, the ,CUT .Clerk"' .jnntll'' ,<7. .
eweringtr4or.the'name.' ' ., o; Joseph t ;, ''' v'" o'clock, ,p.J-m.4 Thursday June- CUI,," 4Mp.ol- .. .
I oy 't'h..... Cleare .and");. >onard .' Sawyer f.*whdha ; 'Easyatee .
; )220 D'tiya fSt I" : : J81Z.-forrtne; ease'ot toot ot;:Petronla'Street : : d '
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", vet been t. C.8."EOG'.A' ", .1" l &:L'CQ: district for,several w ek*.: The:boys '''': .t.. , ii, - hires Bath .House parpoee-' : . , h. ItJ.
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were taken before Judge Curry yeeterdaywho" -> '" \ ): :, The City.'reserve the right to a'' '.tJ "
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turned them over to th. :- ) ." I .':"" lit, J Ject any and all bid. .;'. / /1" :,
Y PbOR8D2: '-:-. '.f" ;:, ., :and fcllzabath ':Stie8ts t DOunt,.-,(A preliminary',, hearlnf.wlllbe ,V" 'r'If.ftob rtj":hasn't' :goit t ''u'712C.ttioliat'Street''p . : l .Dy.ordor' Clf, .. given them before. Judge. Guan on .. .. : ; / ." ,,' S.' S POIJJ. 1 ,>< i J.1".4;
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