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 19, 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: VID00094
Source Institution: University of Florida
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I Secretary Remlrez Says' Dill Would Quit General + :

,, fC Ferrara l Tot'in Washing.ttin'toNegotlete'b t Wood. From IlLs,Office : ,
Wage Roosevelt Delegates Fail at MoI '
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: went and T ft'8 Steani r R6 lferTsUlveri: : ,..'*... ...-: ,, "n Loans (Marc<'FoUrth Take 3 Advantage, of Amnesty Offered in,P-ro, l ma,4 j :

. \ tion of General
... Montea ud '
Which
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Clear Roadway I*; 1 ;
a Havana, Junq 18.-Dr. Remlres Washington,- June 17.-Tho president %" Expire on June 22. I ICEN

'l" denied point, blank last night the today,'vetoed the) armT"'app>; 4 ,
the Cuban government was $cooking priation bill. He returned, the bill to ..

; :; :*;: : : MANY :PARTICUIARS that war Speak loan.\ '.r.Fcrrara He epoclflcaliy Is not: ;declared I1'Va.i1-; congress his disapproval with a message indicating RAL VARGAS WAS AMONG THOSE SURRENDERINGGeneral I. .

pt the legislative
.. .- M Ington 0- mission) 'onnoctod pro- ',. .
; % any wHn .
;. , . . ,Tstou which would -" -
t" t ""t. '" | oust MaJ r, Uonerai : -. *" "
the '
z. Ruosevelt'a Platform Has Already Been' Drafted and'Apj1ratt-' Qubcn'repgblic'eahances statement- to ;, .'.Hemade 'Leonard Wood from th.e, office or ES enoz's Cook is .

',1 ed bVth0 CU ionel.: t / >; ; :,Ho oaidrf.'f1.v"Jt -.tha'AssoclatodPress. .. chief ot staff on March 4 neat Captured but Knows Nothing 'of
It'
Bfc. ,: : J > -TaftUjStia.WoriaL; ; ,. .: :; 1.'ab.oluteI7.'falli. that tho- In hie message the president said: of His Chief's! Death..Federals Abandon Town
governmentls VTae of the United "t
States Is
|t- onus Planks army
r .. t thinking of making aloan '
J : J far too vital an institution to the to Hunt Rebels
{ en acsount of the There Is ,
war. In
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t J people of thin nrmntrv tn KA mnriA
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Chicago, June 18.The Taft forces MRS: RUSH Sr FAy 11 all' the treasury sufficient funds, to.. pay the victim 'f'hasty or Imperfect the; _
I which
t dtew first blood hero today and .. --- 14, ) expenses These expenses have as I have been?Incurred. affirmed oNes 'of legislation. I.. MRS. W. E. HUMJ HREYi I Santiago do Cuba, June 18.-Hundreds 1 1
I II '
elected ElLhu Root as their temporary I I ,!I "before, are very/ few for' reasons "It Is well.known that the war coi; : of rebel.; are taking advantage "

1 -chairman.: The seemingly, courage which I have explained lego and gdnoral staff hare been formany of 'the! proclamation published In the .,
on another .

t' ot tho Roosevelt delegates tailed ; / occasion. months engaged in n comprehensive local ..;. ,
at the iferltcal moment' and gave ( "Sr. Ferrara plan ot army reorganization.At newspaoer several days ago ,
l ,has stated ,,
Y Taft'si steam-crusher a cleat roadway.The h that he Ms truthfully the 'present time, therefore It Is by General Monteagudo offering amnesty -
not'in
Washington
oel6nel Is not to bo balked' how- any mission on especially Inappropriate, In my opin- to ,all rcBols who gave themselves -
connected
and is busily his with finan ion, to force the statute \
ever reorganizing upon before June
ces. This has been published In the bOO'ke'l up :; 22. One hundred -
force for the main battle whleh 'he legislation enacted without
newspapers of Washington and' and fifty '
thegovernment negroes surrohdere'ato .
claim he will personally lead. on the 'ual deliberation care. I cannot' '
'" of the United States
f' floor of?the house. knows jt."This . conscientiously surrender the responsibility -. .Col. Vallonte today with tho un- -
,
one In shaping 'such laws with deratandlng that the.condltlong of
about
story
Wahington. o. the loan
Is
; June 18.-President of the fakes which have been invented which'/ lam vested'under the consti the proclamation bo carried out
Taft -.peat a very quiet Jay, carry- here tution. I therefore return to' yourhonorable '
by those who' do not do anything Major Collsro reports that thirty :' I
t'6ingout, his regular daily routine, and but body without my approval .
'tav>too outward signs of any worry censure the government the. said bill." negroes have given themselves up

over tile Chicago situation whatever to him.

This) utternoon he attended the ball The rebels are reported to be completely -
/'betwoeD.-the Senators and Phil1 DISSlfAllON
came TELLS
1 adolph .'an4 ,wes one of the Sena- : CHINESE PREMIER I every direction disorganised and it and is fleeing generally In ,
tongest'loot.re. He made.no
rj tora',.8 MSA

comment' whenAthenews,.; that ,his a, ON JACK JOHNSON J expected and'that'peace,'chat tho will revolt be restored is about withIn over- .

y temporary had been! elected ohali :uw.r was'glven? EUbu him.Root t Srvt ; INTENDS TO, RESIGN a few days.'Captain '

..... I ., ) Ygleslas has reported that
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.Chicago. .1u e'.JI.Both the Taft Champi he found the. negroes entrenched in 'i

,and Rooeevejt drafts.of a platform 1 n'a heat jMeaa.urement Disffusfted: at the Failure of three ,distinct posttlpns but that he i,

for. <,republican ; has ShrunkConslderably i v- *" 1"- f
I-'' tloa 'hare been .outlined and both ''; Chines&Loan, and Wants .Mral 'HU."y. wife of the e.n-. He stated that h. killed

can be put -shape--lot:submission tA'ienwtfod Withdraw' .r8Ml'an freil the; stets of Washing several and captured several 1
.
.
1'to'' the 'committee'onresolutionson' .. . ,_ ,. } ten. Is an ..expert sitenegrapher and Twenty-five negroes are reported '
very.short notice., W'i) :, V "*;Mte.i'7. i(;' ivb.w..,'MSs. f itor \ 0< < J "4."l.. :.r.Ht ,leeks. efte? the d tsil..e' her hue, as having surrendered In .tho El Co- s ,

Most:of the"worINit the Robsavelideclar ; \ ." as..., ; ..t .l.,. N I M.'M.' ." !" ....,. dines, making It on* of the bre district. ,These surrenders ere ,'!; _
.+attoas was completed I-prtorr! to A"-.on.I.Ulhter, .off M..dsl4Dfe/ : .Peking,. 'Juno'1r-Premier Tang best -.. In the ofHoe' building due, totbprdclapaapone published --

u Mr.>-Bo aevelt'e :arrival::in.'-Chicago( ''J.rnfcYAnde' .....,."'ltU''t; : ,&***''w.* Johnswi ; .a..eallae''' .th.: ':4 ya Shsb Tl, prelDlell'"or the new Chineserepubuc'poolered.todart4tthe .tM ttfebse of reprsoetstba.OM .. by ,0 nerelyMP*>teaguda,. ,I'-'iU-/''''* a aa

while;the, :fjrst- formal.meetingoverthe"Tft mrl4.don; .May',14,to:i,Bnslai* Rush -"' ; ,'b" ton <<6. .' intended - *Itrlo"' )) i;amore .' -.' *w.* held'today. . ovthaate Fay, U.-<"'H.-' 'd :meisuting: "1!
; .. i> P. i' *1.i, j"'*)> .. _i:" ., .' 'IJ," ......, plon:that Jt 1*balo to.jo lfnT 1 tie'te' much hurt at lAttftankftad: '\tbatretg1'tt'avo.being oJ!!
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labo.evett''\ pronounCoIiaent', Is C. ,.' dardjThU is the'coptln4sd'faqure otjttie Cbtdtai a ll.w.totA ; .
'Th.,, \ feared! b'" bk ( <%pardon. fottllv'rebel '.;'1
; .. ,. be'' 1'.u1.t; .4abora'.f'maar< >t, his f.Uow.,'.. wekgni ed' o.d1,and),':oeolares! 't. at.f?beftniefU.J00.OflO -! btlp1; Ry1A1OLt \ fefdsr'' :t'oPr ',I 7'pa:. 4 1; .. '.1/\1./,\. 'ij. ,.
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.A'iU6r .ui,1 GlffordPlnchot./ 1" '. ;' I as stl1 t s'k'i1 ."- e .p I'

fi ',lamAllen'White. of'Kansas.:.Air t.plan U .>4 ... ....- .. . ... .... .. Atriettf.-,;to.OTW ull 'f.v vviun F.;" : .td >Ur. 1 n.,'It: } ;(i' b.\ooJ\ .... ,.,
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bare- D4orgolle, thelnspectloUot. / '.f. .,. :,, '" ',_. .. ;. <1,""., :";,.A', leadldg' phyaictjnS alter.;.a;et.aarlnaUod. atent.'T iSA I.amount wtlt'tjd. 0 ,- ;Vbtlift.l.f'th": 'I iT'l't't t { r be ot'ft'.i th ..r tit;. ..1)<:.:' "'. l'"

L Co!". Roosevelt himself'*ttdwhllehe'has :lie: : 'in'Ivalid'to .Of f'bnntoclaT! Issued a mediate'.exlgencles: c hanky amp ? a .. 1'7. Kl !! \ '; ,- 1 ty'aten'sho aid- bay pnafahod.i, :,.f"'r's.: :x"< will 'firied , ,'H'f (
them finally, : for' Rini g etatement,that (. hy"y...r : I .uaf..li6rt.4 Ilier.ll .
: not passed .on '' < he-was remarkable in the bucket;'w1I.ni; ;:U:is ...eonslde. ; ilk : y :"y'J. .. eof thu , Ire: ,has indicated his formal "approval Put Her Ougtt; tof specimen'' of physical; development. : that the' gorernment ,.Is ,'u'rlfe' '..,. ;.1I. ...!::"" .." : H' It., W na'begQatingwfththeAe-: ; ; :'ct" .
" T Ufi; r-ski: "" tOPIlUAC': I II4r : irro,,;,Jed "'*Antomarbh ..
a. ot most A* them. .' ". f JII'1V.Smlth, oC-Chioaso.; has been : J.-r wh'. styles '.t' ..
Necessarily the :two, document P+
1- cover'.the name ground; but'there Is '....'. : : '
wide divergence In the recoinmondatlons. 1. Is eMUj,] .surrender ** (o\
;
Jn -TRILBY ,becoming more,threatening daily ,
:
., "? ' '. 'Kls.lmmae, 8.-I: l-\I' J' AT;THE. I #"" .* ''.-. They declare that they'will "tari'; '!.I1} ,irk(? ond of. thethroo; 'Amorl-- ,.18--Thej'coo'k'of, iofl",""" ;... .

The.tariff occupies.. .'a prominent derstood'that';,th'e *famou..Shakercalle .}MOXROK TONIGHT; ; receivetheir ..d' ?anomdn'Wip: :'' have't'btalnedfameae .- Bongo Juno ( en-. ,' serious rebellion unless oral.Estenos has glven'' "
place In both, and both cndoNlO,the which"'AEtr.eted.statewide attention they aviators toll 'to ""her death v while himself finp 'fi;- : l. .
d principle of the tariff eommieslon.Frlenda The greatest featuro film ever money at once. Incipient mutinies 'mgkll here together with four other"negt'oe-
to Klfslfnmee at the last g an exhlbltln ,flight here today. who belonged
to the
1 of Mr Rooseytlt however, shown in' Key West will be thrownon have already broken out In &stenosbendt;; V'
to make it term of tho circuit court here last canvas at the Monroe ''tonight. ; The cook asserted that ho- know nota-
to pains appear
go sx>me several places. Miss Clark was thrown' from her
Ing of Estenoz )
boarddoes comp the cir- The real Is three thousand foot having beon'oJtIlep"'JtC..
that the; present tariff tall. will again before long, aeroplane while negotiating a quick wounded ,

not' come up to requirements. They cuit court which convenes next ahd as was mentioned In yesterdaymorning's turn. Her body landed In a troo. Found or killed.Ku I

.would have. the commission determine /* 'r'uesday. Journal this is picture :his also know what he can do, and Doath was practically Instantaneous The rural Negroes I
not only the cost of production all should sae. Be on hand promptly' guards under Major Lances -:
It Is that
\ predicted the sleep punch Miss Clark Was the third American -
have arrived
ot manufactured articles but would The caso. was one of unusual Interest tonight for this greatest of all fea- here after a march I 1.
will be put before tho finish woman to obtain an hltefnatlon.al of eighteen day They
across report
Egbert tures. only ,
ascertain the yhereln
have It undertake to Qlllett and '
of the ton ro1/Jlds. Hpwcvor It has aviation" pilot's license. Tho only one engagement In- that time, when ".
4 share of profits going to labor. Elizabeth Sears were 'charged with OH other two Amerloah women so honored they
surprised and
The Taft adherents declaro for LIMO! MMO! been hinted by a few' who claim: to dispersed. a campof
Miss Hnrniet and
poisoning Sadie Marchant tit the Sha- 7 are QuImby thirty rebels..General ,
further revision but would have It know, that U
>9 newcomer will Din-Ins Miss Ma tilde MoUant.
wait the investigations!! of thotariff ker colony, near Ashton,1 last fall. Have you fad a drink of Limo Vargas has arrived; herewith
upon a surprise on the Ellis She tint..1.o'ca111o Interestod in aviation -
many -tl1lrty .
sup men and .
board. They condemn the present The 'case terminated in Glliett being I If you havo you have tasted the most ul the International moot tn Captain surrendered to
Que ada. Colonel
porters. Vallonto
efforts of the democratic house "' delightfully refreshing beverage you /
of representatives to change this tar- held for this term of':tho court un- over tasted If you haven't you have Another\ interesting feature of the Chicago last year, when .several. flyers took charge of the men and oent
killed and Injured. them
iff as unwise end unscientific, declaring der a bond of $7,500'whlch! lie. something In store for you whon you- bout wjtT be tho challenging of tlm The were horror of the accidents; a>t Chicago had presented to Santiago themsolves with o to hers him.who'

Us result Is an unnecessary dtsturbancd promptly saoured. take your first drink. The half pone winner'.by the Scotch Kid heightened l' lici desire u
c advertisement who UOB only > The volunteers to whom General.
or buslnoBS along undesirable being carried In the
To those who are not familiar been : berome a flyer: and silo devoted her Vargas and his
quietly training for the men surrendered
pnst
lines. No decision has been Journal tells the story. Read It, and, i twtjmonths. Ii I
reached as to whether there shall bo with the case It might be added that then call for Limo. Aa the matter ntniida now Half to the craft, obtaining a license) complain of tho art of Colonel Val- i
a (Ifw months Inter. She was a dar- lento In taking
. declaration for cut in : Glliett,.and. Elizabeth Sears Kid posscaBlon of their
.. an explicit a Egbert \ Ellis.and the Scotch Kid hula of becomIng t
'1 ing flyer and gave promise prisoners. It la
< the
supposed
tariff rates,' but tho4 Indications: arethat With -administering SCOTCH I volnti-
,, t were charged KillCHKIjLKXUK equal honors, each haying won one an expert. tears wanted the glory of
d thoro will be such a declaration! :: WINNKK.: turning ,
invalid
chloroform to Sadie Marchabt, an bout by'clean knockouts. The first over tho prisoners themselves. I
articles found by.tho tariff
'x1 board regarding on; the subject of necessarily at the shaker colony, I last fall, The local fight -fans are displaying I bout pulled off between thorn Ql'IKTI.V: !\lAHUl 1-:1): Colonel Vnllonte has placed Lieutenant -

}, high duties. Probably there will be supposed for the purpose of easingher considerable interest in tho ached-i was a draw. Tho Scotch Kid, while Miss Edna Lioulce Smith and Mr. under nrroat Lolva and for sixteen volunteers

f, no pronouncement on reciprocity.! painless exit from the w.orld. riled scrap betneon Kid Ellis nncj not being!: m crust with his tints A n N. Henry Oollert were quietly mar- town find l abandoning tho
There also will be dual declarations Kid Curlcy which will he pulled oft good sturdy little lighter, and with going out to hunt robots
i brought to the notice rled at seven o'clock last nl"1it al when t they had bee ordered
curb The matter was In the Odd Fellows' hull cm two monthH' to do
In favor of legislation
Thnra-j rest from tho rInK, lie the home of Calta111and: Mrs. J. I.., guard duty.NOTK'H.
monopoly. The Taft people favor the of the grand jury but they fail day night.; All of those/ will undoul>te
;J.oo retention of; the Sherman anti-trust* ed to 'find a true bill. State's Attorney seen Ellis In the rliyi, with a man of j a fight well worth see Inn.PVZZLE T.: Stout, oi the Episcopal church I II 'I.\

'" law, but'would build on It so as to J. C. Jones then asked that Qll- officiated. and, only tho Immediate ;; ; TO 'ITI/.K.\S.: :: V.
define n operations and nt.tho same "4
let 4be held for the grand jury of members of the household wltnpssc There will bo .
:'f': time give the general public the benefit I n moptlni; at eight 1
& ofits protecting effect: The this term. Tho case "''',}tried be- the ceremony. o'rloc'h toniKlit on the corner of lIh-
.i I. FIND THE NEWLYWEDS The bride was beautifully attiredIn ftnrct'and Fleming street which '
r Rooseveltlans will try tho subject fore Judge Price at Tltusvllle, October I mesoallno\ satin, entrained with bo of Interest will
to '
linos every citizen In
-' along 'somewhat different especially Key
dltlett's
,'' '. emphasizing the necessity ot' 24, 1911, and bond pearl trlmmingo, and wore tho us- \Vcet. If you are Interested\ In the
fixed at $7.500, and Elizabeth --- ual bridal veil of white tullo, carryIng wrlfarp of Key West
\.:.. regulating the operations of large was bride's'I i make It :n-i Jontto :
of
'f corporations. (f Sean released. The case -as It will a beautiful bou.quet attend, this meeting

$ '. .. The' Roosevelt! people will\ press came before this term, wUl. no doubt roses absenco and of orange the bride's blossoms.father In, her tho I

'.r' well ,to the 'front the subject of pop\ (irove interesting.resolutions. r r brother) Mr. Edwin O. Smith gave LOCAL WEATHER REPORT
ular"government, declaring) in fay >rot .

._ al.'the Instrument .tendlng-'1n her Mrs.away.Gellert (Is a talented and U. S, Department Arirurture.VWnther '
direction:, whertner primary Aldrich bill\ will
1.;::!. that f but the charming lady. Mr. Gellort Is '
'" young > Runes .
elections, election of United States li"ot 'be referred to bT '1ame. The of sterling worth, who
Aenat6rsby direct vote, or' the Inl:1''tlatlVereferendum -,| a young man June HI, 1912. .
i' "-" few months, .......
ruts' ' and recall. The Roosevelt declaration will .mention has been bore only a .- ...
:J 1 ,\':,: ; Aid tdc condemn It. but in that short time has made
the rich planbut "
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1"1 t fact will be recognized, however address n.m. 7 p.m.Ilarometnr. '

1'-,, f.' ','Iot<,, "."". .. that any, of these-' agencies can bet Both documents will declare for 'the < Tc many attention friends by to his his pleasing duties. Among ..... 30.0C.( 30.03.
: and
: t. employed onlyIn,the government of conservation of the natural resources the many handsome presents received Tpmperalure_ 84 83

.r,'''u Va the etates will and In such''-referthem j teases the of the country\ but th.e Roosevelt by the couple was an Immense Wind velocity,- 4 .--.-. 3 .

platform.to the various speclfically comtnunltles for'lofcat pronouncement, which is understood bouquet of American beauty roses, Wind direction_,____K . ..' SE '
bean presented by the office force of the State of neatber._Clear
determination. A female suffrage to have prepared by Mr. Plnchot -Clear

r. plank Isv one of She new,features. of ,.will be'mu h the more sweeping.. gas The co Journal;pan:1.: Joins the many friendsof highest '
declaration temperature------------88,
Jloosevelt I
'Jhe In.ita demands.Both pronounce rora Mr. ''and Mrs. Gellert In wishing
the Initiative and referendum will Lowest, temperature' _-: 79, '
and -
; abundance of happiness I.
strong -The Improvement them an
ti trot be"touched-upon by the Taft doeument nary. or prosperity through life. Mea temperature.'........... 83.5
but the recall will be flatly the Mississippi river on a comprehensive /

a, _., '- ;.denounced, as Calculated, under scale will be advocated in NOTIO TO W. O. T. U. Almanac June 18 .

, mine the' stability of government. A the Roosevelt platform.If"" BUD rises...-...--_:-.4:33am.

peclal the,protection declaration ot tbe'will judiciary be made and for The platform prepared, by,\-resident '411 members of the W, C. T. U. are Sun!IOta---_. .--.,,...-.6:19.; Pi t. I I ,
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-the' 'maintenance of order and the en. Taft's friend comment his ad- requested to Hiph tide___ 11.22 a u.. __ p. m.
J Roberta the or
Mrs. Percy on corner
't Jorcemenf' of' Jaw':' mfnistration"ln\ high'terms. ; '1' Fleming and Qrlnnell streets this evening Low tide_4.30!> a. in-G.51 p. in.

The principle'of a central banking The Roosevelt paper is silent. on d_ at 7:ao o'clock. Special bml-! B. U BOY EH.: .

"*Merre. will.,be supported by the Taft that, subject. aeas will come before the meeting. LooaJ Forecaster

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,. .:>>; . price' '' of the ground consequence article will i also; ,!gave No" the'.'"'ns'beentered'tbe''parlor"lmpreHlon:' young' centlewan be- 1. BIG' SYNDICATE SALE: NOW.'ON!' : ;v tIEr t ::1

be raised by the. different roasters who* hands were empty :
'1 DO matter bow be was viewed the garb
it. there '
supplying Perhaps
are flew back to tbeampuneae of hl. bands -

-.,.- _-'.. .. many among- you who. aw already .. Oh bands, most, and unmistakably absolutely. .. Innocent empty were of! either his Never. before .in the history the. .city-:have 1:1 ;. "
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: 'i paying this penalty. I have fIe- candy or flowers.' Most consqlouaIy : such Genuine Bargains '
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cured several lots:l. though,. at empty 'too. the? were blushing a ; are' offering. i 'I
dull red as they hung by their thumbs during 'the remainder of this "
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such figures a9 to leave the from bis waistcoat pockets In a sheep .' .. 'I :
the"lots : Ish sort of way, banting In shame as ,I. "
price unchanged: as long as It wale, and yet with a sort of leullen .

. last 0 bravado; a..thouch' saying: .*', BIG SYNDICATE SALE .
'Well,-what of Itr ,
Yea even thus our hero entered the

THE PRICE IS 25c PER POUND>. .parlor""Hello and! said-:' ,. This sale will close shortly and '

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for the same good' satisfactory* 'and reliable' article Into silence? let us look at the lady ,you will have missed the opportunity .. '
In the case and see whether the eye of ;
which has made "EL CENTRAL" famous. fpr circumspection can come to rent on a : of the if do not II' -
over: twenty five years. matter so mobile. Plump'and cory. su\nmer, you ,

1 Think ot this if you want to save dollars on the coffee and divinely short was the lady. In come to'the- ale-to-- et-what--you------ -. '
question with a pert, Quick manner of \ ..
which sell.L .
you movement" and that alternately
eye. were need for
summer wear.
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F. CARBONELL bright with speculation or 'lit .
brighter yet with conviction

610 DUV \L STREET "How late you are!I" .
*'Yessaid he, "I made mind
up my
- that,*beginning with,the new year I DO YOU WANT BARGAINS? : "
was going to work bard, and that'swhat \
Sa . .I kept me." '

.. ; ; ;i' "Gracious!" said she, and again she 'If you do, you cannot affprd to miss
: LIKF.B; HIS MEALS TASTILY looked at the emptiness and the sheepIshness -
44 of his hands.'I '
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great Syndicate sale. We have
g' PREPARED, abel not only that -I didn't bring any flower 'to- ?

but be like to have thorn prepared night" be said "I'd been thinking It bargains here that you will not get '
r la,a burry when be '1i! rushed for. over and it seemed such a-such a- /
such a-such a-that, 1 this "
l- specialty anyway, swore again season. Rememberthe /
ranking
I time We are .. off." i

of serving BuBlneag Men's meal. "My.!" said she, 'sad swinging ber sale closes now soon. I '

rod!, she asked, in a careless manner I U :
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nm THE! FMILT RESTlUR.,4T., :_ ."Did you swear anything else ] 11/

a Dui family dining r09.tn It equipped on"Well jonni." he' said, avoiding her, eye, II COME SEE OUR NEW GOODS ,| |[ .

and o.est family HOTva 'candy."
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cud we mako a specialty of And brighter grew her glance. and make your sele ion.. We have them SS
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.. nerving families.. over voice the dropping edge of a the note traglcs.And and. hanging here by the thousands of''yards, and we 'waiit : 11

Our meals are always tastily prepared and even b-ighter grew her" elarice. 5 you to get .them while they are marked jdowh. S 1\\
service. When want "And sorts :
t we give you quick you > all of shows, he concluded /
l a good meal quick come to the :V ;. far, far down the keyboard. = / 0 f
"My!" said she "You were busy!" ss .elm
"Yes," h, said, trying to look1 at
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.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . . . now I'll be able to save a little money I L. Wolfson's Store Of'Pashion I
and then-" ,
-- -- -- --- -- --'- ----------- - ----- --- "Flowers abe said, raising one .

ALLEN CO. fluger. ." t MBl .
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with the new year I was keeping :you / ':

with away from your work too much. ..80.I ; ,,
.. years honorable dealing: Just swore off. And shaking her ,/ /1'' .
head she sighed: "No. No more,
our patrons. John." The surest: 1v Better than calomel. ;.;'
Whereupon he went over' to her ;; fest and '
with considerable Velocity of locomo- :0 y more 'satisfa ory than
WHY TAKE CHANCES tion, holding out his hand and crying best thing, ) to, put a sluggish I. .
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ELSEWHERE ? '"Grace!" liver to work and ;:

L 1 r.*TCo." she murmured putting her IL. for children or adults
hands behlud her and shaking her you we O .
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r 4r "Sworn what of demanded ojua.
Don't forget, it you want ;;,...: "Holding hands," she murmured, .
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Magnolia!: Draught:: Beer you .. f. again."You have, have youf .

can .always get it at Mul- J\.S: rot her"On bands, dear, :yes!." And still keeping G' 11\..... -..,..' .
behind )her, she looked up
berg's!: saloon. Also' Bottled fM..,"M..I.,DuNW.-".... at"him and pleasantly remarked "Whata \t 0
beautiful day It, has been Jobn!"* Od SALE Arz.I '
Beer of all kinds. 1 But as for'John" b..mal'che4out Into '
f 'Hound Ticket Blockings for Boy and the hall:'jammed his bat on his Lad KEY WEST DRUG CO., . I
the durable 26o stocking 'It
girl moat and laid violent bands hi I.
upon coat.
Front and ritxpatrick StaJOS. ,TOE m&d41., bard four to thread wear LINEN out. U. .KJL AND 'Sher'followed him. Two Stores ., Key West the: Cigar City FJa.; Two Phone( J ,) t,

MULBERG PropLARKINS ./ "Goodby] h* muttered. '',

"Ooodby, _.. ... John. ," she pleasantly anOoodby -.
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forever! he said, punishing -- --r"
s his coat. SHELTER LODGING HOUSE

"Oh, that's such a long time!" aha .
said. 264 Eaton Street Pare Food ,
"So It's all over" between us!" he Beds For 15c and 25c Icecreaiii'Co. :
j1 ... scowled, turning up his coat collar and
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looking ferocious. No beds after 9 o'clock. '

And aa'tot John, Johnslammed I .
r! FS S- r the door open passed out into the vestibule ORDER YOUR CREAM FOR TODAY '
PUCE ESS IS ON and'bangedothe door.behind him. '" ,
Baker
From the hall Inside abe pleasantly Bios.RESTAURANT. FROM US. CREAMS 'O"F EVERY : .i THE CORNER OF SIMONTON & ;waved her hand at him and turning to FLAVOR : :" P

I juuhilate her with an. awful look his AND THEY ARE MADE RIGHT. ','-
EATON STREETS ,eyes fell upon the solitaire that gleamed .
from one of her fingers i J 1"
THEOLHOLTSBER6ti! "Here I want my ring back!" he PH ON .E .3 1, 1 :
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pantomimed to her-through' < -- -- -
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'. ELECTRICAL WANTSLARKINS Dr. W. 0 Kemp' John.. 've" aworn off giving rings, back Regular Meal? and Short OrdetsWeSoiicit'Your : Wm. Curiy'sS I; > "

And pleasantly drew down the blind. I Sons' Co : '

VETERINARIAN And as for John John sat down onthe Patronaaa : ,,
top step burled in '
thought from .
-( Geoitfi .' which; he emerged at last,; aaylng to. ,'t'j:
& Olivia! Sis. Pku 518formerly j GENF RAL'MERCHANTS
/ t.. \ . himself: Gallat's Tonsorial Parlor ; ; ,-/ .t
P roSA.UJ. with ''I wonder if I'd better'get : .
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flee Bids of the will CUr>>e received' at the of Dept in.Mang gllo, CoM'sJterBpaabb flowers and candy and come right back Centrally located, and : MARINE .RAILWAY,. HARDWARE; BUILDING! r; ,r' : ;", A: ,
Clerk until7.80 or -her .
in the .
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:r, .' o'clock, p. m. Thursday June 6th. American war M aotioc I'll ,call i!for her' tomorrow night and I Convenient' To AllROT1 MATERIAL,- -PROVI81ONa.-. COAL. ; ; n", ; .: .' f
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ronla'Street, " ,1 n her: a r ; ,WATEIi'ADTDj. (! t ;
;":: Bath House North Beach for I pAnd: fas-a>certain picture arose- I I lA, *t TocaotiiJ Applijuoce. and t1 r ,\ ' I.. e a't ) \w"li''"' r

"'1, The City re.s purposes.yes the rignt to're. .fore him of two persons. sitting.on tha.moet: modern anit"" method' \ \ Cable 'Address''Curry Key Was'ft" ' "; ,
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IC, By order o| .Lb.O City Council. rledly I (tdrned, bla, ataPi to the candy <. " 'i"
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box here /Us Hternoon by tho heavy ; " '" -,1\, \ -, ", ," : l' ., "" '1( '" 1 to the long list of l
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.j.The Giants "apparently: disorganized .. ', \., 7 : as displayed In the afternoon's work gamo, for .

by poor' pitching-' : made error "_ '__ ._.__..... ._ .1,. ', ". the :Athletics had the best the battle I __ _..... ..-
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;walked' all over them .' far outclassed In team work.
New York made 2 runs, 7 hlt -and ; Washington mode & runs, 9 hlta
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.y battery: Cnmnltz and Philadelphia battery: Morgan
Bn soD.. louck, Henneck and Thomaa. ,
Umpires: Rigler and Flnnorai Umpires:. Egan and O'Loughlin.

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Brooklyn: 9; tit Louis O. Dotrolt 8; Cleveland 4. '.
Brooklyn, June 18.-The Dodgers NOTICE '7 Detroit, Juno 18.-The Detrollt
again defeated the St. Louis team in Tigers walkod all over the Naps hero

j\ the game played here this aftornooa , this afternoon, defeating thorn by a
although tho game was poorly played. 'score of 8 to 4.
Brooklyn made 9 runs 14 hits and .1 Detroit mado 8 runs, 11 hits and

//' S errors.fit Louis made C runs 8 hits and i This space will be used by one of ,_. 2 errors.Cleveland made 4 runs .8 hits and

error.
9 errors. I .
Brooklyn battery: .Allen, Ruckor Detroit battery: Works and Stan-
/ and Miller. Key West's live business houses for ,
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11 Clevoland
fK. Louis battery: Steele, Dalo. and battery: Kahler George.
and O'Neill.
Bliss. .
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Umpires: Brennan and Eraslle. Umpires: Dineen and Sheridan.
the next 90 days. Read the Base \ . -

Boston 4; Cincinnati 3. r Chicago 3; Nt. Ixniln 4.
Boston, June 18.=:;The Doves took t Chicago June 18.-The White-
smother game from tho Reds borethis Ball Page 'and the classy advertise- I Sox were -given{ a surprise here this
Afternoon by a score of 4 to 3. afternoon by tho St.,Louts team! who ,
Benton. pitching for the Reds proved I defeated them 4 to 3. The Cubs (had

a.. absolute failure but was! not removed : counted on Winning an apparently
from the box. ments that will appear in this space. easy game this afternoon but the
Browns proved too strong for them.
Boston made 4 rune 14 hits and 2
errors. Chicago made 3 runs 5 hits and 2

,, II Cincinnati made 3 runs, 6 hits and errors.
d errors 1I 1\\ 3 St. Louis. made 4 -runs, 10 hits and

Boston. battery: Tyler and Rarl- w errors.
1 4Ien. Chicago battery: Mogridge.. Petors),
Laugh' and Kuhn.
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Cincinnati battery: Bonton andCtar. '.
.; St: Louis' battery: Powell and 8te- [
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phens. _
Umpires: Kiem and Bush. .: 'T
Umpires: Connolly and Hart.Where I.

e PhlUdelhU' t r Chicago'*- I .. -- .A.
Philadelphia Jnne l& The Chicago They Play Today. :
1' St. Louis at Chicago.
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Cubs, won the game horo this )
Cleveland nt Detroit. '
e afternoon with the Phllllos by. .a. : ,' .' .. -... Washington ,
at Philadelphia '
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to.:1. game .was : t .
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President Chlvlngton of America* '
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f1' t" Association Takes Action In' :
Case of Former Cub. -

o r 1 For refusing ; join;;' the Louisville q{'

.. club, to which be was sold, David
Bbean '
formerly with the Chicago .
club of the National league, has been ;
Indefinitely, suspended, according to A

Minneapolis tans are beginning to'' .. I -
Intimate that Rube Waddell is all
done.

Ownle Bush has scored the most

runs of any player in the American

league. (((
Tommy; Griffin, secured by Sioux
City from St. Joseph Is going well

I new company. 111//
Erwin, the Brooklyn Giant Is
ried more fan the batting ability than

ski his catching' skill. | ,
1 g There Isn't a point overlooked when
Jv r, i ,k t. r't Kid Oleason Is directing the base run- 4 Yb Y A'YS'3s3 I
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i glic!, ning of the White Sox. I I ". -y ;-
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,zeal, st r.qC. t. S4tit
BP gr $ d"5 r la II I Infielder Schmidt of Wichita, is In a d '1'I '

hospital at St. Joseph, following an ..I .
t"$ operation for appendicitis. ) "
"The Boston fans always did like a j

,, .,. l winner," says a paragraph. Boston 1 1I
fans are bound to be unique.
$_ -t. Sam Merles Is out of baseball. Ho \ '

+"I -. '" ? - has failed as an umpire on the coast > 7 I

I r r .. !y ..p la y r, and has dropped out entirely :. II 1 I I a ? \ I II

wr Doc White la again ready to take II I I ; '
I his turn in the box for the s''l

'{,-. ]Ho hilly bad been a sufferer from lUmbagO\/\ / A 0 I I Ii \

. ., I Rhines. the once .., ,,
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I cinnati pitcher, will manage an Inde-
I : '. pendent club at :Rldgway. Pa., this "
Dave Shean. '.
; ...jt year. "'" i

1V Trls Speaker of Boston has made the American association bulletin Issued c \;:'lJ
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, the most hits, while Milan of Washington by President Chlvlngton. <44riNCro : : .
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has the taOst1 stolen bases to Shean was utility Infielder with Chicago ,. .

...:......... -.- n bls credit. and was dropped at Louisville 'I''':,(.,'vlll'Y'-' \ -- . -
-' p Heine Pelts Is getting so good in his while the club was on Its jso}thern 1 ..;

:" t'1:! 014 age that Hank O'Day Is threatening training trip. He previously played
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.'"' J', Tf- t.1 y ,1 f to use the veteran coacher In a |I with the Boston. Nationals and hlo j I

I' ","'I' v t game soon. I nome is in Arlington, Mass., j 811' Luc TworAralV !I .
: ', I 1Rya Ball players say the reason they .
'. can't fatten batting averages off Walter Capacity of Big Parks I Catcher Easterly ef Cleveland. .--:

r9$ ;t .1 1 1l1ti they Johnson don't see.Is that they can't hit what The seating capacity" at each major Manager Harry Davis of Cleveland Ht' can be developed Into a beady '
Johnny league park this year Is roughly estimated Insists be will make one of the star ca.cher. He Is a fine thrower, and I
. ., the Kllng is much Impressedwith as follows: National league: catchers of baseball out of Ted East- have a great deal of confidence In
1'' .' I work of the Giants. He New York, 40,000; Brooklyn, (Washington erly."Easterly. him. -
"h. ;' thlnkgltbey'I1Itlck In the lead and
', ; ,+ ';'t never be headed. Park), 15,000; Boston 9,000; doesn't belong in the outfield "I want Easterly'to: have confidenceIn
...." 1 Tim Philadelphia.. 20,000; Chicago, 80- his place is behind the bat, and himself. That Is what I am going,
."/ ;: ,' "When Murnane1 rises to remark: 000; Cincinnati. 25,000; Plttsburg, 28-, that is where I'Intend to play him" to try to Instill In the player, and t,
./y 'J %' it comes to calling a turn on abase 000 'St. Louis say; Davis. ,
." I ; 22,000. American am. sure I will be successful. That
:, 1 ; . runnerj Thomas of the Athleticsis league: New York 16,000; Boston : "1Iaatel'1: ,.: In one of the best hitters much and !
; : :: l T the my object of making b.lm *j
1',1- rlt\: . 4,1,t \'T r headliner. 87,000-l Philadelphia. 25.000; Washington in the American league. In this department leader In his department will be attamed. -
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't r Manager Harry Davis./ Henry Jasper/pitcher, who has been 18,000; Chicago, 22,000; 8t Louis, he Is a natural ball player. I ." *'
b"I Jo. with the Anaconla Okla., team, has 10.000. I I .
? _>0 .... Hart!' Davis, leader the Naps, Isavlng season Davis) figured on a pennant bat reported to Manager Hank O'Day of n I -
""I :is f r a bard time trying to figure out his prise outfield his crack infield the Cincinnati club for a trial. : :Automobiles possessed of a wild de- 11Ow-:1:)

I ;. ) I* :winning oombIDaUo.,' 'and If th< -his wonderful pitching staff and his Baseball experts! figure that Russ whlck Edison has It completed an Invention!. lire to ,reduce the population should( The prfce of eggs In China .
I makes possible to have
d I ', the unbeatable catchers Ford> will moving be suppressed. I II five cents a dosen. bat unfortunately
I' tap* continue to show poorly, are not standing i be. a1tout\,ten times more pictures at home. About the I r
:1;"' r .. "err |or Stovall" will sarely be heard the gaff. One big drawback, was the. effective' now than he has been this thing that cannot be had at home only I Ifor' economical housekeepers Itfa
: ,I 1 Cleveland.' .At' the beginning of tne accident to Napoleon Lajole. season. He has Sweaney back to U borne life. now- The reports of automobile accident 8,000 miles) to China by the shortest' .
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l I succeededto: oalmtngthema ; aAefl .
.,'" .I.. "" 1. OFPICIAL-PAVKR.OF THIS CITY?OF KEY'WEST : 0'tp time, aDd by dint of much qneetloa-:, '
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f :. ''.\ : /' ? PUBLISHED., DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY, AT 438 FRONT;STREET BY. '. . '. '. ... 1 called to are Uncle Peter on -Terr '

{ '!i. urgent business at about ':11.: and I
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. ' .' In the direction of the river roads'
I .,;" . FItEDEIiiCK1LAIATHEW8,1, 1.u.f.' . . ;'. Editor ' ,'. v Hank Barney D001":and I at once

. .':. t : 'ft J. A. WILUB , .y..r .. . . ...a..v.:1'.1 Biuinee; Manager n .took a lantern and followed the trail.

'f '. ". O. KV1STON . 1..1,1. . ,.. .1111..11.. . Circulation Manager About a mile,from.tbe/vUla 'on tbe
-J . '. . .. -.I. Makes a Mayorr: ,baj>k>of>the :river i* a big icehouse,

i Entered.. aeoond'claei'mattor, September 6, 1909 the. Post Office in and as we approached It we heard the

{ Key Welt, under act of March 3. 1879. most; unearthly yelling'*weartngand. .
kicking of boards, -

4. .' Delivered .to of GEORGE' : V HOBART "Sure. It,eoUDcI like the ould man
: any part tho city forv IX) cents week. Sent postpaid to ,By: "
wbln he' excited! cried Barney aa
1 '. any part of the'Postal'' Union. 'for. :i5 'a year; U.IIO for. 6 month.; $1.26 .' uint. we unbolted the door; -

.I- for 3 month r (' . ..r It was TJacla Peter who'stood be-'
'lor* ,ns. a: sad spectacle'in' the Ianra'aUgh& : '
Nev/9. by'Speci ,\CabJe Service Old But Gray, who HM running to Introduce lbe.oppoelDe candidate : T7> f "l,

.' I I1fyqp :IJ1.ve a. against Peter Orat,,for Mayor of Ru- and start the battle ."The villain!" he *shouted:' "oh.

-_. .. WEDNESDAY_ , JUNE It.,. 19, 1912. I ,: I raldene had challenged' Uncle Peter The SquIre made his little speech. John, my boy I'm BO glad to see foul<
" J now, to a Joint debate, and I was making and sat down amid great applause. > The villains! they lured me down herewith

I 1 4' I TO THE NATION'S SHAME: > ready. Early Monday morning I hada .i .Then silence fell and everybody 'a lying story that could' see
.. or anticipates 00sQ' with the Bubble looked at'everybody else uneasily., Jefferson '
-
Bunch
The- and went down In Ignominious defeat at the bands of his opponent, the ..blower.. who, bad come on from Where were the two Principals? Italian floaters bow to vote!" -

,. white race felt chagrined, and justly go. vrhat Fourth of July fight was 'n, it'stoyouiintejresls New York to take charge of our new I knew that Uncle William was I leaned against-the icehouse-ands ,

a disgrace not only to the state in Which It was held, but to the nation auto for this particular o ca &on. about two mile further away than he Dearly choked.,, if

l[ .. well. But small was tho disgrace attached to the -Jefrrle -John oll to drop 'All day: long the preparations for was die last time I thought him, "When they gat me heret.hey,; bole \.

fight, when compared with the undignified scramble for tho republican the joint debate went forward 'with but where was" Uncle;Peter ed the door on nab,"' '' 'Uncle Peter
nomination now being waged In Chicago. in here 'now and enthusiasm, and everything moveable Presently when the tenlson became stormed, and they'told me, the villain -

--- Threejnonths ago the Idea of such a disgraceful scene' being en- In the community threatened to be In almost unbearable Bunch' Jefferson *, not to describe anything I might{
acted as la now thrown upon the BCreeirof-cal rat1onRMirer-for--all see the stylish the public .square when the gong arose and made the bluff of his life.. see here in my sp eches against the

see, would have seemed an .impossibility. sounded. "Mr. Chairman, ladles and gentlemen

A prize fight is on in Chicago.and !it Is one' of glggntlcpropor- new.footwear. It was a cinch that the Candidatewho ." he began a* be 'took an old

tlong. The prize fighters'arc, qn one side the president of tho United: got stage fright, or failed to show letter from his coat pocket "I- have

States, and on the other tho only living ex-president of our country, _il You will be undernoobligation- up at the Joint debate would get all just received a note from Mr. William
Is not enough that the names of the two distinguished men should be placd <<. his when the votes were counted. Gray In which be states that an extremely

before the republican Convention; neither is. It enough that, each of The meeting was scheduled for 8 : important call over the long
them has made a country-wide campaign in the interests-of candidacy o'clock and by 7:20 the Square was distance telephone will detain him at

but now that the convention has met these two men, honored above all to buy because packed with partisans of both sides- borne for a few: minutes. In the

others by their countrymen'clutch each other's throat and begin the' Promptly at 7:IS I sent our auto meantime permit me to suggest that
death struggle that must eliminate one or the other and perhaps both look. It will
you with tbcjtlmported, chauffeur panting the Hon. Peter Grant open the de
Things are all wrong, when the nation stands
peacefully by and William' "
up to Uncle villa having bate.
sees .uch' a spectacle as now confronts It, without be
even a protest ralsea
a pleasure for' first assured myself that Bunch was Bunch sat down amid great applause -,
Protest! Why half the nation is applauding one of the
contestants the- I Uncle and loud-cries'ot'''"Grant 1 Go :
busy at Square. was
while the other half the
applauds other; and It matters not who
may us to show Peter's and Bunch Jefferson at him Grant! filled the air.
manager
win out nor by what methods the victory l Is gained one.half the nation you *
will glory.in the fact that Its candidate has won! When the presidentof how was second .for Bill Gray. Then I saw my chance.
. the United States Is forced to step down from the pedestal upon which and why we "Mr. Jefferson sent me after you" The Opposition had dropped Its

the nation has set him. and FIGHT for his renomlnatlon as Taft bas my agent told Uncle William. guard and now to land- a jolt.
-had to do, and is now having to do, It Is a shame upon the people 'who can and do sell "But where' our own conveyance?" : "Mr. Chairman and ladles and gentlemen

claim the Star Spangled Banner as their own. Why all this racket-this' the old gentleman Inquired suepiclouely ," I began when silence wall restored
slinging of mud upon the nation's chief executive, and back again upea "better shoes for "We accept without hesitationthe j

the one living ex-president of our country? .Taft has made a good president "Mr. Jefferson bas gone to get the excuse put forth by the Hon.
as presidents go; so why all this fighting? It Is because of the less money. referee and didn't want you- to be William Gray's spokesman. I am em.

fire which) tho ambitious Roosevelt has stirred within the breasts or a late," the opposition 'candidate wall powered to state that In deference to
restless and radical wing of his
a
party. told as per arrangement."Oh the opposing Candidate's maturer
Roosevelt has twice been president of these United States, and the ; aU right," said Uncle William years and grayer hairs the Hon Peter

unwritten law of our sacred traditions says that he shall not be given a GEORGE climbing into the auto, and with this Grant will not put In an appearance
third term. But unwritten laws! Sacred traditions! S WAITE
What do traditionsmean
the driver headed for the river road on-this platform until the Hon. William -
to a man of Roosevelt's typo? They mean nothing. Heneither .
and was off like a scared rabbit. Gray Is first seen and honored by
cares for laws or traditional And when he finds law and tradition stand- ,"Sure, It Sound Like the Ould Wan I
92 and 94 Dl VAL ST. where ?" his townspeople."
ing In the pathway or a course he means to pursue, he boldly overrides "Stop stop are you going Whin Ha' Excited," Cried Barneyl I I
them. Laws mean nothing to our one living ex-prcsldent ; he is law yelled Undo William as they shot out A thunderous burst of applause
unto himself, end woe be unto the man or set of men who attempts a to Clothing Hats Shoes of town. went up and Bunch nearly fainted. Opposition. How could .1. see anything |

t show him the error of his way. He has but one way always and that is "Mr. Jefferson said to give you some I sent four of our' commJtte ..Dut.to in this damn old Ice-house

. one which he'blazes out for himself, wherever he finds hImself It matters fresh air so's you could handle your head off Uncle Peter and explain matters When I told hIm about therjolnt debate -

Y' not what happens to be doing But whether President Taft Is and Furnishings mitts livelier when the fight started" and when I turned around Bunch and of the nonappearance of

,I' re-nominated or Roosevelt is made( the standard-bearer the dignity of the the Bubble tender yelled back, so he and some of hIs friends had disap the Hon. William, 'Gray. he calmed
office which the one holds, and which .both seek again has been lowered, let out a few more links and burned I peared. down at once.;

. , and the conduct of both candidates In the contest now renewing! its climax over.the bridges.' Presently the crowd began to get '"What do you 8uppose kept.014 Bill. .

*' ., ohould put the nation: shame,' "Mr. Jefferson 1* a Jackass!" I Impatient and --cat-call filled, the 'air. Gray away?" Uncle 'Peter asked, .as,

. ed Uncle William ."I've been hout'l Therewasn't, 'anybody on the plat- we walked up the road.

\,: "" > >, 'Danger In Watercress.*'..,". :NOT1CK TO ,TAX FA.YER8, nothing all flay: b Vgetting. .form with, noire enough;to getup. and. "Tou Fan search, me; Unele.P ter.1 ,"'
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[ as we reached the tence'br the
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darkness to
'. kTS, PROPER SELECTION, COOK. this season but great care should betaken tr'Co'lI1" his preliminary ... '
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y ? l to wash them thoroughly; the sesiment roll for the year 1911,,tot It goby! "vA
\t" INQ AND 8CRVINO.f It passed F:aitated'oldjseilUeman !
we caw
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brook bare .
from which they came may approval?all! person, desiring to in the' : .*
o'.1;,, : .1"t been infested with typhoid'> germs bare correction'thereof'made rea ,; fuming

,!" ,'(' r j Inmost' Innumerable' '; Are the Way ,In I.I't say writer.. Expert tell us,. that in the listing. :whether : and fretting and urging the.chauffeur' !;
; =, much Atyphoid fever ,comes from yegetables' valuation*of property p I Ii to hurryYon, but toO ,aU the old man'spleadings
: ,,,; ,I$, 'Mttr;;-Thfy-Miy B*-f'rspared a that have been lHrproperl3rertlllt < ..:or...otbarwfee-are-bereby--not.! i I the chauffeur replied! stolidly -,
: ,. Either Broiled or Planked '' "l'm'dolD' the beat I cant! .
tbeadby.ble'a
led
.' !*r '". d or from plants watered' by'pol; that/satd assessment, roll will ben frT
"
They Are D.llclous. '' bust. . :r : "
luted streams. 'Wherever possible the'office of ,the City Clerk and ;; ,1'I" I; ,'/ "
should be ,,,Qbl'' noble stronger! What' would! '
vegetables boiled, but In the "
I I ta 1861 Miss B'cher wrote: "In case of lettuce or watercress this Is accessible to'lne public, beginning have been our. finish'without you?'<"p; ,

erecting, fish take those that are usually impossible*. The only thing one Saturday June 8 1812 to and in- "Oreat t Scott! exclaimed Uncle!
.
I firm and ,thick baring stiff fins, thick can do If one doe not want to give cluding Thursday' Judo 20, 1912 for Peter a.'the machine tolled slowly by.]

scales, the gill bright red and the up eating then) 1* to wash them thoroughly said purpose. "it'. ,old Bill Ory'or'hl.ghostl"! ,* '

,. eye prominent and full. When fish In several waters.' One can 1 The Clerks office will be Then I exploded and for five mln-i
are long out of water they: grow soft, even make the first water a coapy one epen rates I rolled around ,on the gras.to;
and fin* bend easily the scale are without leaving any disagreeable taste during the sail period from 9 a. III: the amazement of the puzzled Unclej!

dull and soft the gill, grow dark and to1p.m.andfrom 2p.m.to5p. Peter. ;

the eyes sink and shrink away. They m., Sunday's excepted Any per- EAt Though I don't pretend to 'under.;

should tie$ dressed a* soon as caught, Plain Rugs. son desiring a correction as above 1 stand the Ins and outs of politic,"!

prlnkled with salt and cooked the I Plain rug* made of carpet nllln-- shall file with the City Clerk Uncle Peter said when' we finally i
on or
same day" Wilton. Wilton velvet' . At Saturday's remarkable market -are very' attra/rtflNP"tat"( 'aedroomn, before June 20, 1912 hi. petition ''IY'" sharp 'eye. and I'm mot golag'to ask! I

wa heard "Fish at five cent a says the l fOutT. Hone. JournaWatednisilj the City Qeuncll setting forth his I 'I for any particular aa to why bid Bali!
1:80 Only a Few Nloht-Hawks Remained of the Ono. Great .Audience.Take .
.
pound is surely a remarkable blessing sixaTsl rap i of these same kind. objection to ii"leI assessment, ana Gray was In our new automobile, butt-

I without any disguise, but bow do of"carpet can be found" in good orlerv the correction desired to be madj me to the public square at once i tear off: a speech, mo w.'Udto, : alt I would like to shake your I1aDd'i:
l' you cook fish?* I tal designs and coloring. "Art Wool- The City Council: will n.ee at the air I I never rode at this speed la all I I there and look foolish.. I John!1'" -

I Well they can be fried broiled, en" 'rug. are also especial/' suitable, City Hall on Thursday Juue SO, 1012 my: life--stop HT! stop.itI* I Bunch, was'bsck In ten minute looking Then we held'a family reunion and*

baked with atufflng, crimped flaked I are very inexpensive and.come in good at 3 o'clock p.- m., fot the purpose "Can't do .ltl"! said the brave I I very pale and excited, while the Uncle'Peter showed us how he would,

end*In ball, and souffles and creamedand plain tone or with a plain center of equalizing the assessments and stranger "There' something wrong crowd took up the chorus: r&71! have Ut Into Uncle William at the pub-
an occasional chowder. ,I and a two-toned figured border. Then making proper correction, and .will with the brake Talve-hold fast! I Gray why do you stay away?" lie square-If he hadn't been locked

1 One thing the cookery books direct too,,In a simple room nothing la more reconvene 'from day to day until all here' a hill!" Some of my scout returned with up In the Ice-house.

you to do is; "To put the flab into a* i i charming than the old-fashioned of said petition shall have been Down they went and up the other the new that no trace of Uncle Peter The next day it happened. I don'tj

much -'-or more water a.' will cover f! woven or braided: rag rugs which heard and equalization of assesments' aide sad on and on for anlles,,Unole could be found and began to wonder knowwhether Is was Uncle Petera

them." We never drown our, for too I, may' be bought" or' made. to order In are''completed. William yelling tot .the. cop .and the what.-would happen If, the crowd.call popularity: prnU;; cheek book or, my} \ ,

much water 1* badtt you want to- any,' r ,"colorta. By -order H.of the K.- COW City Council,. Bubble blower bent double over tbe ed upon me to ,.produce him. r speech' at the joint debate but, any-. '
boil tbe flab'' 'wateribaa 1 steering gear. I way he was elected by tidy .;
a little more :; a maJority. -
)'' + '+ ':' ' Halfpasteight and no Candidate "
; IMaklnl" 6-8tf City: Clerk.' Then all of sudden the machine
will half cover U .umoh nt.,-.lteep the a Quarter of nfare and no' Candidates.The and he was the happiest'. oldticul >
lid of the ,aAueepa/. '..ell down and Nut Muffin' stopped and. nearly pitched Uncle crowd bad Its kidding clothes In sixty-four Mates. ; : ,
half : on
Two cupfula of dour a teaspoonful William overboard. '
i In the midst of rejoicing. thatTuesday
simmer: gently; It. eat. .pD Ia. richer by this time and Bunch our
.' was handed
of salt, three teaspoonfuls of the '
squeaked
"Now Opposition
and Ms a finer flavor than the book DRUGS evening a messenger brought
I baking powder, one cupful of milk Candidate; "I hope you're satisfied I some pretty lively language, but he
r way which soddens it and takes me a note. I read it to our assembled -
away the fine firmness we prize. 'I halt a.cupful of chopped nut meats, that I have fresh air enough. Get me : was game to the finish that boy was! friends to the accompaniment of
1 two! two tablespoonful of sir!I""Can't I At nine o'clock the crowd had
"And. bow ..haltten when It 1111.'I eggs sugar We are ..centrally located ar d back to towp at once much applause, :
three' tablespoonfuls of melted'butterand do It," moaned the splendid thinned out to such an extent that the
done was the., next query. When half a teaspoonful of vanilla extract. carry a complete line of chauffeur. referee got up and went h6me. Oaba Ruraldene Tuesday'
the filet, or th.lck'part next My dear John: Now that the ern'.lwar
.- backbone can, be easily drawn away:: Mix: :,and''' sift the: dry Ingredient UBS and Drug Sundries.... "Why not?" Inquired the excited Malone arose to address what was Is over let me be among the first
*. then add the beaten yolks of Uncle William, looking at his watcb. left of the audience but before he
from the bone with a knife. V. to congratulate Urcle Peter and you.
GDICMRB
Steamed fish la' firmer :and fines: eegs butter and milk. Beat well, add :: "The Bubble', bust!" ''t\' &Ded that served a half-portion of bad grammar It may Interest you to know that In'
the vanilla extract and the stiffly beaten somebody in the front line pointed
most Interesting stranger. a
1 than fish baked or boiled. The mall: spite of defeat Mr. Gray has expressed
white of the eggs. Divide into buttered 419 Dnvat Street.0 Uncle William let a yell out of him toy. pistol at him and he did a back- himself
Ing of filet and the baking of fish a* being well pleased with my
a .requires: more care in the cookery and and,floured gem pans bake in a that set the tree "back from the road flip home.off the platform and hiked for work during the. campaign. Hla' approval -

'r/ 'richer ingredient that 1* usually ,, hot'oven for SO,minute -- way.: will take the form of a wedding I
.given to fish cookery in the home, i I u (18- n "I-In 'due at thfl- public square at At After that there was nothing doing In January'and on that occasion Alice
L B.w.-8 eight o'doek14 ;be fumed, dancing 9:30'only: a few night-hawks remained
'" and the excellence 'thesedishes { Tax AesaSSofaNotice- and I will be the Candidates I forgive ,
-- of the
t r -- once great audience.
.
the machine .
around
depend the ..sauces"after alLOne'fish ( you- everything_Includlng4aiy4 _....
upon
Save all your small scrap. 'of toilet Notlgp.tls hereby" given that J. am "And that' about ejght' miles from The" TbpmentaUves--aud--eoamltteer ; <
; -
( "Advice: to !
think of i
dish we well eoctet1"-bltTdo'teU; me
t. made wIth' mushrooms and sweetk 'I soap.' When you have a handful place making, .Up'th. ally tax asses.nrecttollfor I here as the crow file." replied my on titS platform dwindled away: until where yon found that chauffeur, who'
J' a small salt sack andtie up. 'U*. "" finally nobody was left save Bunch
the
:year 1012. Parties noble emissary, whereupon Uncle WU- '
desiring
pepper, a 'C antity of melted butter I 111\ .-In place of'cake of soap when Hanks and L t1* for liam doint the darkened roadside -
sat by
making return will ;
be furnished much fresh air! I feel' thajt'Uncle
fish
and some lemon juice. The may sure
t bathing. .It is delightful1 to rub the air. I looked over at Bunch from time
'and began to bite the night to
. Ii!: be broiled or planked and then gar the same by making application at Peter' trip to the ice-house will!,,
out
body with and will not slip of time and he looked
In the meantime the platform In the peer at me, but we
the City Clerk' om".. be "forgotten in hi. triumphal '
lUlabed chill
I ; the long peppers are children'' band never cracked ..mileAt proce.-
I II : groaalngly received the a "
, I Inhere lightly' than the large sweet B. 1C. L. MoCllntonk, public square 10 o'clock Btlll slog to the Mayot'. omce:", .Ie',
we .
committee. the botUe bolder-and the sat there but '
1'y pepper Cdld, fish flaked and mixed Ulnbnlhi. s-8 City Tae Assessor referee. we had our'backs to each other; Sincerely* yours";. ,1''
/with salad dressing and trimmed with Mendlna Bunch Jefferson: .
/ "
; /Icaper* and serve:on a bed of'crilP To;mend an 'umbrella.xnoliten. --- I cat next to the chair: reserved for 4t 010 the 'audience consisted "Umph! said, TJn.de* Peter "I X, Mway -- '. I

; 9 flettnee ,always please. For season- piece of black courtplaster' stick I. } of I Uncle Peter and began to wonder' why- one and sea-going back with both horse' did like that hey,'Bunch!" .iHe's II
driverasleep
.. ."'c. lemon. juice H always popular It on the Inside over the'hole.',..It:will Gallatls Tonsorial Parlor he didn't 'put In'an appearance." ,The back 'didn't. the real goods? I agreed.'. l(:\ "
: And .vinegar elthef tarragon or, the not be so noticeable a*' a;darn:;'and On the other side of.the platform seem' to care' whathappened. ,?l 'wonder 'Wbat. Ill 'wean'"st.th.;, '.
tbe may .bav*'to renewed : Bunch, was bet .ning to'rubber neryously -,, < wedding!" Peaches. & " '
,18 acceptable. although plaster Centrallr located 'IDU.ed. ? , / A. ,,' ..
and ,
f jeirdlbsry'sort i .atuff: ,that spoiled the after the umbrella has ;;been and I was usingmy -sleeve'to ;, AtiO16 Ire arose, handed each.ther' tCopyright: by O.'JVK."ZMqiasiijifii: pV) : :i' >" .
t. L out in hard rain. It U .117.40n.e. Convenient 'To All hold a fin* bundle of laugh / /, the I..uch"and went, home. +---- -,...... l i ,
i. tfiah"salt when th.70 fish* 'did when not tartlac put any It on to, ,. 'a . '' .:,. ...'':"'. HOT. IKD 'COLD.: WATER!L .,,,u1Pll i knew, within a few miles 'where Tbe joint debate Wo .fizzle, but I i One Only ' '"Jtffy I, > y

JM Uncle William1' was about this time, had a &hade,the best of It "DId ; .
# '* cook '*alt'and pap Baseball result are a* well worth Latest ToawrW Appliinoe 1 said one'preacher tov'i
"t-: .tika nd.serve'c.ie1. .+Henrietta: worrying 'about a* meet other trou the ) *. alld I but why did' Uncle 'eter delay-., his 'found Aunt Martha and Clara J. lit I anothen$at the floor' afteryour1, v
most modern(auitao; methodIBKFLAOt entrance?' tears when 'j
c Orau.i L tA bhsc3' f .* ,' reached the'vflls. aermon' what'people *aJd;. v"
.... ." t. . ,. .. .1, . '. : "I : TOV'JM"LOOK1NO BOB ,1.1 light: o'clock cam and the vast assemblage Uncle Peter "sobbed Clara'I about It a* ..they.passed. ?" ,;V'4'o '1. '
'" war called to' .order" by J. "oh 'Wh_'. .'Replied HeI old /
her
; :where "peT' 'onoep.gg.sndlt, fl;> ,
.
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.omcRAL"t1ivrrArRR; ',ftCB ivir MORNING JofaBKAI. WEDNESDAY, .nr. E.I0, 18'2.-, ; .:. : PAIiM'1hIb tO !' :" tL ,(



" :" -rJli' .Key WesrEumiture: Co.}Hf\ r I, )pile desk language of she-them--took-It'-'-was Curiosity up the''written. fast' -to accumulating see-made in. ., what her Is 1 Our_ Service' Satisfactory! ';to,_ You?,:: '> ; : : .


: I Love; You open th. top.One. "She concluded It ,
f ;. must be Chinese from the characters .

, I. ",.' and burst, out laughing at th..absurd- If "' Hot we want to "Make 'it So." .. .: : "
; ;.
,1. r."Asks
: the..following Questions: I ity of it all ; ; .. : ) l'.

. ,-.,,' ""**.?' .-. IT .. .? e7, t+..Ila IlalMU. SId...,. Amusement .t.*'thine la'' only' an' ., :1. t,4.y !I .. '. ';n.;' :.
y\ ,; j. H'. other form of Interest, for It; so sha .i t "I : / "
I "' . . began each day to open letters aa 1,1.d. .. "
the .
+ (CopjrrUcht., D1I, by AMOotat 4.EHlarton Utel'UT .
A. '.<\: L'. Do you need. a Bamboo,porcli'screen ? .) 4 'j. out thus what came, U, was. fun they to/we"try to In.trac She ,' :Wevan!:' to" know how' our .. ;.:': ,i,... I

., : : ; ;v+ ;;i 2. Do yoq need an extra Mosquito bar ?,' Puller' lay 'stretched" began languag.4 raries-and.hunnng patrons feels \towards us. We' 01Jii< < ) . ," ,
; :' <.t'k Wr'; *V.:: 7. ' In his uy'6hair.) : 'The"clear; between obsCure'tongnes'map7 ot which baffled ) striving .
. ate earnestly to please '
...Do need chair hit lips bjul gone -'OUt. Across blikneee .; t11)) '. '
extra ?
you an porch or two her completely .
; '
.
nnre.ad Our drivers Inslinidbed.to .
: }
:. '. UHf1I *fling paper lat. .But she.always knew what tbe .you. are \ : \

,<-; "ck/ 'P..''Did you know'.that we -are; headquarters for, everything whlW cued gloomily reoelTed Into the notice flre. wards meant even if ah*did not knowthe .' give: full weight in all instances. ;(;"''i .
had
.' __ r\ 'in.i furniture.' '.' II I '"," from That the morning arm be that'b. ,;wa to Uk the
; 11.nC,1 ,1 interest her. [ '
.
I! San EllertofPuU.I do so phone 211'at ', : -
\H ot the branch: house. r was once. :.: .a);. :
he knew that .
: : f.10' Pranctioo for 'k and that he ,' ..
year
: :
; 1Iffu it across the continent, and yeftwach .<* '
rs'notw
'f f : '\t
"start the next
:-.. : 'a't it is, would Thar* to. west. r> '! day came a message of his love
week v '
\ and loyalty to he?. .-ft if
: I"iye, have it and at .. H Ice & Cold f:'

1, ; . prices ; .. had separation been'devot6d'for from the girl along to time. to be loved and' she began to.. Storage
i
., worry because she could not lovehtm.. ,
-i In the evening, as'soon a* possible This led to her thinking of blm more .. .
I that defy competition.; "
d
dinnei' had cal
H'e
after a hurried
,,<,. and 1110"' At last not aft'boutot the ,
. upon her, and. finding Tier alone\ bad day. passed ylthout'.onretbingeuggesting'him - 'u' '_- -_
told her of his love and had. asked her to her thoughts, and her cornnally.--

West Furniture to marry him. life seemed full of him of his letters,
,Key Company ,She had' refused him. When pressedfor and ot'bls flowers. > ,. ,
her reason she had said that although 'morning letter.
One there was no .
.
'
liked him, she did not care -
she
'r. She looked again and again>> through T-
toL him enough to marrLJtlm._ .. .
result.-Thinking n --
-t: 70,0 Duval St. "But you must like me a little, or her-nmil-wlttr1.be that perhaps same the maid had been PEACON'S ;

you would never have let me"see so mistaken she searched through all SPECIALTIESFleisckrnann's

much of ;you in the past :rear the other letters on the table. Nothing I'
The anxious: question' in his voice i

V-J"m.-:; OM>ERjrHE ORIGINAL, BOTTLING.- ..rUniformity .-. t r!' hurt her. Perhaps! it had been delayed and Yeast Pim Olive Cheese' ..

: "It Is Just because I like ;you so would come by the next post; but she I PIome made rice cakes
Pimento
1'Y. much; and respect you so highly that was restless and broke an engagementto CheesePhiladelphia .
I don't want to do you the Injustice of stay at home all the morning and I Dr. Johnpon's Educator Cream Cheese

marrying you without loving you. listen for the postman's whistle.
'
: .m] Every man has the right to be loved When the afternoon brought neither CrrickcrsKipperd Sardines in Mustard A .
( '
with the mind; body and spirit of the letter nor violets she was filled with
woman who marries him. You wouldbe anxiety. She forced herself to' go HerringsBoneless Crisco

'1 a ? vE-X.SKE-Y:: : "defrauded 1 am willing'of that to run right.the"risk. through that she dinner would not but go told to' the her opera mother as ] Herrings Fine as can.be FisL ...Flakes '

You may be now but later on we she had a severe headache. Penn Mar Syrup Nut Meatsleiepnone J
'
of would both feel the lack of the com- "Your cheeks are unusually red my ,
+ plete love and you would be restless dear" said her mother; "You must

excellence and unhappy." have taken cold; for you are feverish. -
.1. whiskey "If I were here and could have'this You' Bad better take a .hot lemonadeand R PE A CON Fleming and .

time with you 1 might .make you love go to sleep early." NO 67 ,- William St.
|. is always admitted me." "I could not sleep. I will lie down'1 ,
"That is something beyond our "
.
and read In the library; -
without knowledge. About halt past nine the bell rang, -- ,
"Will you let me write to you whileI and the maid brought UP a card."I SUMMER SCHEDULE "
NO 4
question by every: am away? That will\ help you to re- told him you were ill, ma'am, and SEASON 1917. .
; I member me. All of your other friends might not bo able to see him;' she IiAVANA.NASSAD. FORT TAMPA, MIAMI AND KEY WEST:
will be here'wllh' you, and one of them
t ,: man who knows might win you." said.Dorothy glanced at the card. It was peninsular and Occidental steamship> CompaniUniled

She hesitated then said "No. I familiar enough. "Mr Ellerton Fuller.. .
the history of don't care to corrcepond with any The blood rushed over her face. .

man." "Say that I will be down at once." Slates Fast Mall Route f(> invann, +e 1Veat
: ; ; endt
Did I I. ;W. Harper WMey), "Then I am to go away and leave Sho held on to the,banister lor support jmuvr I -,sasBiiu, .shamus J
you for a whole year without hearing and slowly stepped from stair to ;yia"Key, West and Par t Tn n> j ;:Jrl' :.
from I you.I? stair; for she trembled so that she 1 Proponed salllDftN effect! on itptes, khono.Subject to rhnngo And Y
t Here's brand that : d.spend Individual postponement without .
cm notice.PORT
you ."It would be far better to do that feared .she .would, fall. I
'. yi h on'always: the kiod'of whnkey..thatnever than to"'raise false hopes." "Good evening,," she said, puttingout TAMPA-KEY' WEST-HAVANA LINE.

i ;. diattpDamts.: It, i is. ; "Make me Just :one promise before a hand which shook in spite of her .
'.,. idltt I' go. If:'you .lire free when ,I get back efforts for self control. Lv.YoriTnmptt -i---sounv ;; ..
f 'same' Qjod Old Sun 'l'hu :90
Hqttor P II .
l fr'th : may I have another Chance to try and Ellerton Fuller took her hand in r. Key West Fri "
; Mnn
II
4 \\l r brim health, and'good cheer: i. t win yourft " ., boil of his and looked her over eager- Port Tampa w*L.V..Key West Mon Fri '900-11 811'11 ''I . ., .

V ; ars1r1Efisoii3L.; ,i 1 i iv i it *Why:...:yesvyotr; % ayrlf you: stll feel ly .studying: each feature again! and, Key Wes \tAr. 11. Tue, set' ,,daq.mt .ry .'..e'. .... ;! i l/.
Fo
t n '. 4 >rrkAli .. .. . J. i the same than-.4, 'x *, *'*?, ., 'again.,' ? ,' .' ,, ,,<' . I '.;'0 '". . .<1\1'\ h" .. r: .",.'r'fli1li.;' : ,. .1": 'w
a a "N nh. ?- " .. S 1/1 'f.'+,t"<;/ .y r .,,-!'<\11., .( I v\ uth, ... the flue tion .:tfO'vif can I;':teach*e .nlesl' until this .the;last six ) s. Tile !
by 1. EfkoUv.A!: ::: r4; : Sat 12' or : ." ,, .'1
'" ..' .' ':' ' -4uY1.1'1.! ,0f : ) to.bef, .. bour'for/ '. . ... .. , 191EffeoUre tb'.u Kef West 00 1 If' .
.I" tf
A' : . 'fI. Ji"It', to love niojwhen.tfi.ftre:' ,; months i *':.Have :: lostinf: ;> my .t ...I'.! .. -. Tun sat ,,800.. r .
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-' .- '---- year.la on eternity I and ysome: other 1 love for, you has;grown from day today .. . /,. v t\.r.| i-crt Vampa Wed Sun. OOI.!M .
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CroS1and' SteamshipanS .' .fA man ea.Dnot"torce aimaae : (- thy: tell me.- -you'cad. 'yon lovenBe i s1yQH ..:10 f'|Ar.HaT.n.' 1LV. Dallv :Kxcopt: Sunday! ,: .JI.aO; .
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,01'- '" tr him and even letters are denied to girl did not answer nor look tip, I I ? '. Ar. Key West |I Unlly.:Kxaept Suaday 1180 :
I \, ". 'PLY1M5( i BESEEM''. ,.., : me.:. *.." / I but something In her downcast face t i"t'.t. .
/ The whole1 world wag :wrong; .the and "trembling figure told him the I I rotithhonnd '
refused him he must' with reverent hands he (When ronnrcllrir train Issuers than .10 minutes late, ship
r KEY WEST AND MIAMIMAKING woman beloved ; truth and as will not leave Key Weal outII. bt01. n>. "nli 'Inc T'r" n 11" xt cry ..t C.SOa.; m,
kiss, he said
leave his friends and go among strangrs lifted bel' face for his
Above bourn Isfrd 90th Meridian; P'frdoid !
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for a year Even his cigar failed "Thank God for the many ways
CONNECTIONS WITH Inforrnath.u as to punrrrgfr tin) frrlglit, rnleii to all roint In 'h.. United States
iO bring comfort to him. saying 1 love you. Cuba Weat Indjmanti Bshsmas cheerfully furnished upon appllcalion.

I and front New York Mobile. Oalveston'and WUh a sigh he" picked up the paper.
"l'be'Mallo" Steamship. Company. to "Well. I will keep busy, that will helpa TO STOP VOLCANIC ACTION Cbas. L, Myers Manager P. J. 9urdefe. G. F. & P. A .
Tampa little" he thought He glanced listlessly .
.' Bomtbeta Steamship Comps Philadelphia\ Charleston, Jaoksor villa over the pages. A short paragraph Scientist believed He World Be Able JACKSONvlTTE FLORIDA. .

Key West and Tampa. at the end of a column caught to "Chain Up" the Strsams

%:. & 0 Steamship Company__Havana, Key West aDd Nassau. his eyes..The words "1 Love You". were of Lava. .
I Yowled' Steamship Liae.-Ft. divers and the West Coast. the title. -- ..

t A daylight! trip down the Hawk Channel getting a full view The article said that a writer had In 1767 Sir William Hamilton de- ...
compiled a book telling how to cay "Ilove that were he to live long -.
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AGENT The next morning when Dorothy told with exactitude' when an eruption *' i fJ!"" f":". ;;'fr\tji.I!, ""/
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found a letter beside bet plate. There I OVLttUflliU__*.t.l1hAri U fov Uf VJtl/v AvndkrlfnAnt,,__u, that VMMb the ,-. f.a : t .\\ii' !H, .t,_,

1: was last one sheet of paper and In themiddle earth grows warmer as the zone ot I

was written volcanic activity Is approached. Hence

,., 15c Turkish ton els 25o pair: 'I love you." It Is that a German who has made a
'. \ ;,';:.r" '''T* Faithfully yours great study" of earthquake and vol- .
; Turkish towels 156 each"Turkish "
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': : aid Kitchen towels at .4c each She studied it with a pnnled frown. of volcanic stations for observation ,
IIt. ; . "What an odd thlDg for him to do" purpoBes,,these -to be )heated )
;;; '" : 75c piece mosquito tting ((8yd pieces) 53eJ she thought about the area" chosen at certain 4 ,'Is,

." .., . ;... 60c Turkish bath mats 29c She put the letter into her desk and distances from each other and Connected ,I,,
in the hurry of the day forgot it. with wires and a registering lxrrrylI
Bathing suits 39c, 50c, 75c and $..00 A box of violets came late that aft. machine. First of all, the temperature -

of and Misses ernoon. The card on the top read: of the soil and Its average fluctuations
A big line boys, men son
: : { "),II': Ellerton Fuller." are to be exhaustively studied '
hat$ at lOc 15c and 25c "Faithfulness." with a view to finding a means '
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,I. pleased with the gift, and the pleasure jat the earth. The earth is ;o be

: : did not fade until the next morning, sounded in the volcanic area and a
.:Y".N J. & P. MARKOVITZ when she found beside her'plate a letter system of wires and electric batteries I _'--
in the same flue handwriting. All Introduced at a level 'which must _
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'fk.! :\ : 704 DUVAL STREETFlorida.East "Je falme., out that a wire system under the

t. f". '. j' Faithfully youra."ELLEItTON earth connected with one above For Sasbs Doors, Blinds and in fact anything in

: .' :" '" FULLER." would make p eslble' the study of volcanic building matrial, as well as all kinds of hard
"W.llot all the silly creatures," she .action as It Is registeredstep' -
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- : Coast shall be accomplished, attention can IG'412 Vcnilng dl. Pboue 30O
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: 7' .:: : the afternoon the'violets' came be directed to diverting the energy I.. ,

with the one word "faithfulness" on concentrated on a particular point$ before "
,. /1'' 't. w._. Corrected to April T 1915 his card. the volcano has a chance to get BA.OF; CEMENT

, .. ', '((1' 36 THE OVERSEA LLMl CEO: Daily. Day after day it was the sam Each fairly started.It LUCKING AT A
KO) : morning the letter was at her plate Is said that the Italian government
: .' .:-. ; Leaves. 500 p. m. Arrives Miami 1J:20 p. m. : but the words "I love you" were In a baa been approached in the matter tt o7o

" 'I .>' ,West: Nn Bench,2.(6 a. m. Ft. Pierce 410 a. m. .New8myrnaS.20a.rn.Daytona9.OOa. different language. Each afternoon and has considered proposals with will DOC diHoloso its quality The
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.& qnl.1rJD. Jacksonville'12:45 p. m. Games through!: rieepinK icars then really.angry. Finally she wrote \ "' that. Our cement lime, plaster
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Mimi; ; i The answer came back "I am sorry foan4 for the waste product pf paper + have Lreu tinted

". :: ': .:::; t tf for Local! Time Card. See The TIcket ; that TOO do not like the letters 1 Intend mill. which have been accumulating. and hare proved their merit; '
. / to win you If I can. I must have for years .nd. .have been thought IIIIIII III wixdom by ordering
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I 'f\.:: rf : Let me correspond with yon regularly over 100,000 ,tons of residuum from It* from us the urxt time you need .

JOHN Low Jr. SONS and wllL.stop, the other letters.* callers ,OD the neighboring flats, covering any to ,
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j the little' miss than the dainty coat not hard to make and can be fashioned a
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ateur seamstress T The coat has the linen. White linen with big sailor [ .5 ,
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8 to' 14 years Medium size require. '
I 4% yards of 38 Incb material and % "Pattern To prom Doporuncnr'this pBttora: of thl., ooad p...10...coot Writ to Miami leaving Key west
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To procure this q.tt.rn.md 10 oonta to i 5 5
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I olio mat oumbor or patSr. I i o'clock train No. 36. The 5
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'building Is here presented, and the '. .. .. ,
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the Innovation. The simplicityof NAMETOWN. '" ._ cranny AND NO.STATB .-._..__......_r...

the,strle Is at-onoe apparent and ::._.._w.._...__.__.._._ ....__.........-...__........_.
Ahe .see of Its construction quickly No. 35 Tuesday morning

.. ;_D. The apron Is cut from one yard TUUET AND NO.._..___ ___.w.

r .elf material. Linen percale and 'ginjr- STArs...... ........._..._......_ A Double Break."I June 25th. .
ham can be need.I ; *
lust saw Hooter and he looks
I I The pattern (6780) Is cut in one slsw.land pretty bed. What's Ole .matter with l -j J
,.-.! requires. one yard of 81 inch maAerial. Japan a !Field for uffraaettee.. him, do you know'" S
f The wife of 'a missionary I Visited "Compound fracture." 5 .
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church declared: : "No. no Mrs Han. Imea.. ___ _
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Y,( \,', .\ I woman of Samaria, ahd ...ked't1IJ'' lualne** maaTTommy's
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,ARCHITECT' ,'1'' 'Scoop" ,REPORTER',frOE Cite r No., .Gentleman: By' .That. 'ame.In This Convention': By "HOP"< ", '' /; W: a

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''ClI Building iron Cottage to.&kreraper SA 130$5will.r ..ss enwrw'us. .w r. w ..revleatt i ;,' '.''/1"'(( } I
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of tha'City Clerk,until 7 o'clock p.
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,niching the city with Bltumlnoui coal
for the period of one year.
., The city reserves the right" to re'et .

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do at all. What we wanted was 'a } flight of 'the crane of the gull and
house with .',ar4: a big yard with a of the wild duck I pointed out tot clam, suspicion and envy is to be coat .
house away at. the back Maria t l them and made exhaustive compart- fined In a self-made prison hole. But'' Imported Good ,
Out of a Clear agreed with me.oj : sons, which would enable them to to think well of all, to be cheerful ,

".Then. ..began -to consider the suburbs distinguish each -- ----0 .:with, .l'II..Jo patientljijearn to find thetood' .

.' with a view of getting a place as I *"Ohl I look Mr. Borker! cried the In very all-portals-such unselfish of heaven thoughtsarq and to Hand-worked( Garments .

secluded aa.possible wherewith to re'ttre Gwendoline, lifting her ;
pretty' arm "
dwell day by day In thoughts. of
,Sky with our cook. But like an .In pointing) enthusiastically. 'Whataklnd peace / "
toward every creature will
I bring
spiration. I suddenly hit upon the of a bird I. that!' .Panama Hats .
abounding to the .
Island The pence! possessor. I ,
very thine
"I hesitated: 'It i Is neither a duck James Allen
"The Island la a very secluded place nor' I
a crane, I decided. 'It's' an airship -
r "Marla aid." related fifty miles out In Lake' Superior. It !' I
Borker. "that
ire Wouldn't be able to keep her. That Is very difficult to approach on ac- "We were delighted to behold for A college professor has discoveredthat 11 you have been,! to our .
was count of the shoals. If I took Maria' a woman scratches a match with
She the only trouble in my mind. tod. and my delightful cook out there we the first time an ihlbltlon of man'a an outward movement. Those sheath tore recently, you know
was-perfect. could live bountifully I conquest of the air. The airship i gowns are certainly doing their share
on
provisions ,
"I without being told that
watched her floated we ,
removing the dinner around us; coming lower and "?
taken from the mainland and the ''' 1i emancipating tbe sex.
'dl opportunity
Julius Walterson & Co. .lH8. Her movements were lower. Presently a begoggled creature .
swift'and acctuate.I would be splendid for the |I'I have the clsssiert iron! in
.:' worklnar tin of mv. t..fl...i_. n.. ...n..I'... i' appeared: and. a voice called. A preacher Informs us that no man
Hare:the Most: Up-t -dsate ..._.._suggested_.'__._ .that H we _pay: -her. theUIBUVBI philosophy.- -- -- -- -- Hello" I has a right to tell his wife a He-not the above' mentioned articles -
wages, lor me coffee had -Hello! cried Maria
been and Owen.oIIDe -
perfect and the biscuits a delightful "Maria said the plan was good. The with one voice. even a harmless one.And i yet we to be found in tbe
SHOP cook have been told that self-preservation
MACHINE was delighted with the
brown. Maria replied that that would noveltyof "The airship man was proceeding city. '
la the first law of
It. nature.
The details
be, the beat way In the world to lose were soon ar on hI. way when he sighted; Gwendo-'

In the city, and they her. 'The more you pay her/"she explained ranged. line The airship quivered then it You- Wife Wan's'
'the "We had a delightful : Writing paper Is to advance In rest,
(I 'do work of AU kind better ehe will dress voyage and slowly descended to the ground. .
and 80 the greater will be the risk.* landed upon the Island la 'safety, with | Good morning,' said the man but it Is too much to expect that the 'v.,'
on short notice. Re- "I was silenced. I sat at the table our ample stock of provisions, all In ; with the goggle. rise will teach some Impetuous statesmen no"-ethinK that is''DIP*
good condition. the excellence of the 'old rule .. .
pair anything and In a bitter mood. Here 'I
held dazzlingly was a cook 'We are' cut off I .'''_.._hope.U the_ air currents. are pro- "Never write; send a man." i KKUENT: she likes oriKinality -
everything. before me for a moment from all yiiiuus in IB morning,' said I. I l
only to Its matched away *bea munlcatloa by mall I. chu-* 'Aren't you afraid to go up In the :n design and
Wacblne Work of All Kind I she had grown absolutely necessary. Maria.- -'No :young man can even fOom// air like tbat T' cooed Gwendoline ad- The large Importations of pearl .
t She was too pretty to last. I tried to her! So we Deed have no mlringly. end potatoes shows that no matter pattern. just as you do: so

1314 Simonton Street however to be optimistic. |I. proposal by letter'It's 'The aeronaut stepped out of his what the discouragements, the people if she hiian't visited our
of the United
Opposite Masonic Temple 'Maria.: I anggested. "perhaps she a good thing there U no wire I hip and removed his goggles! : He Stftes are determined
to have the necessaries of life. '
has had a disappointment. Pernaps less. station hcic: mused Maria. I was blond blithe and handsome. store, wo .would suggest

: all her hopes have been blighted.'and "Isnt it!* 1'crled'I:: dont "He looked at Gwendoline and. she tint I1KIJUEST' h 4 '
RW.::. she will never love agafal I Or perhaps there Is any danger of .UPPOB.I I looked at him. A Pennsylvania man nurcocdod In you : .
Harrison he died or something! soul kissing!' I "'Marta: turned to me and whispered winning a wager by drinking sixteen to do so.
'No,' said'Maria. 'We shall Badly: We glasses:; of gin. Incidentally ho'Is deadas
6be, added: have to take our'; may as well pork up and
'There are three or four young; men chances,' sighed( Maria.The go back home.' "Chicago Dally News. a result of the performance, but EL LOUVRE
Grade : thIs tact is hardly.worth
Highest : on the premises.' first day for lunch we had'' mentioning. '
'"Well look for apartment else- clilcken ''';,lIh cream graVy. browned All '
where,' I cried. biscuit and delicious coffee.' .. The famous'" Mona: Lisa Is said to be V.'MENENDEZ, Piop. I:
Photography .. 'Whyr gasped Maria. "1 arose the Text morning happy ail There is no physician like cheerful In the United States. The only clue .
thought for dissipating the Ills of the the nrt d'tertlveBeh4\'o to trace her IK -
'To a lark. I met Maria -
the explained.
escape male I and -
quartet, -I Gwendoline.: ,
DUVAL STREET, Y' I the cook body; there l to no comfort, to compare hat she wenra a smile which will not .
strolling
the
I "However./; I eatae'to. he, conclusion. 1 full ofintereel.tn tb along'.aQuatio animals beach" with of good grief will and for sorrow.dispersing(To; the live shadows con. come tdsntlficxtion: off. In, these days that Is some, _Read the! Morning .Journal.


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We have JusT; received 850 pairs of styles and ;leathV ." v '? x' 11---

era every pair guaranteed llrrt class and up to date .;'.ilva'MeMullon was a pleasant visitor N TICIO. J
1 \ ,$2.50 for $2.25$3.50 for 92.95 $4.50 for $3.75 in the city yesterday trom' WestSummerland J yr The ley EI qtr Co
3.00 for '2.65 4.00 for 3.75 5.00 for 3.95 _! '! {eyo '. .. a Cbu un county Judgee Mate cf ;: es ',
Florl ,
' A' (II The home of cut prices on W. L. Douglas' Shoes ; tonr' e \ C+ 4
t Wantedecomdhanil' flret n r er too Matllda'WilIIams.
proof
(II If k's Shoes, Clothing,'Hats or Gents FurnishingsNAVALS1OR.E
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I safe, four feet high or. higher< :' Key Ndt rb, y given to all whom
West,Gas Co. l3The''battleships ma4 car, that on the 10th day SALES, DEPARTN '
---0-" of ec ber. A., D./VJ912, I shall : \
-- ; New Jerooy'/and', ap t /the/Jioporable Hugh' Gunn,

THE O orcla a short::'which; cruise left, anchored here ''yoBtordayfor at'Tor- J td Ao*r./or'( t.sa: final/discharge>'d court/as judge as admlnls-of pro-, 1* 1* &. '.' -A.A.. :.Al':: ......: _/,!. ..!. :.' \
t j he estate of Matilda Wllls
tugas last night, and iwlll re urn/hi* o \ +

" -.ill Undersells Its Competitors at All Times I afternoon.Wanted.City. --.0---,' / "I :// ti e/i o 111 seed present; and my that final at thVsanio account :e \ lw I xMr \ \, 'fir X1 ,

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solicitors' i i.
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J, ;:{ 128 DU.YAL. STREET ADply! -room- Nor 8- ReyneldaDuval -' t d'Jnnei4th. 1912. ; I
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Wanted--City + r of6. \tSH0E '
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..1 4;=II1I1= 11111. IIIII' ;; Duval 1 p. m.street today.\, ,botwee I' ,10/; .//,4i/and I ; died bflL/18.983.43Z,./of Probably old age microbes Be while Included he on was those a count dollar who : I !i 10 '{5 q '"

The S. S. s ; dyin r t .
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from Galvoston ,yeal? d aft 00'0 III

(11-I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK |II| and parried later B6 cleared passenge; f,re/i/',N Yo. Slle A frog leg famine Is 6 predfrteff." who bu" : :-. I '

inryLlmo.Applq there are a number of citizens:; : + \
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Wanted &Ity/ebl More/ ; are not In the least disturbed. 4 ,
5 OF KEY WEST g roorrf NdC/3/Reyp: ids Bld., \
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Duval str/aV/iBei-wfeen. a. m. and 'Of course there is much to Vv said : % >
= I 1 p., m. ,i odd y V under .. I :
$100,000 = "-'-J- In favor of the recall of nmplrer y

Surplus and Undivided Profits $46,000. H. Jr., aydr'a; inlnoift business certain mournful circumstance .. '

.11 II /man/of ,Coy est. IB n facet of About this time .f year look ant forrvportir ..,11 THERE'S Jaunty air about_ } "
Total the/Green Tree n, having arrived that favorite baff team the Summer"j
Resources' Over One Mil : tai Herald. your new Spring and
7obterpa4.M1! ( covpssed exclusively: of crippAMi r +!
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= lion Dollars ;: :. :: : = : Pumps, Colonials and Oxfords I 1 e
,1/' I The sehoonet E, W. Tunnell, whlclrecontly >- ,.'i \ .. A
Depenitarr and Diabursinir\ w,s/ /purchased by Capt. J.13br'don that appeal. to every woman.
Aeeot
. ol tbe U. S. Gorernmert -= It la- said that UM Egyptians knew 1 '
an /Dr. f. V. Harris Arrived,
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f" ,Monday night from Baltimore with about appendicitis y.&nI' ago. I "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes have the .
: n- Which say afford dew to how they .
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a .cargo yd
'OFFICERS DIRECTORS /11: -0I pt tile money. .with which to build'the ', ... : happy faculty of not only feeling t

f '. 'lion(: A beavy Roman geld tmtce- yyramMs.JCooardlag : : and fitting well,t''ioinc'.wen, '\
: gee W. AileD President John Lowe, Jr. ;_ I.. \. .
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,, 4'0-- John W. Allen. r / worm to a sdUtntlat theoHefr a . with the latest dress fefhforiiil; .
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.':' = ft. >>.".e Patterson, Vloeprei.Atte. Geo. L. Lowe. / /_ plain. If found: please ., 'return: to star Is the taster It neve Long pray : ..' ,
y Mary Sample. difficulty
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19 fMrs.btlB IIbe! IB dodging vegetables and ether : : no er
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,> . oil' 1L. Lowe, Cashiers William R. Porter. / sY / y -j .. '
1. ( ,..,. Cbaries A. G... Bowne Patterson. / Jtrhnson/and children a1brtar to tokens count.WITNIITolOI.eiCOODI.ieB.fro aodlencea rareiyorA1a1 !I '. here atYI-. "toisnrnawith .\ . '" '....' ',.. y .....
. ColliDe AssL Oasble .......u..... A. Collins ). returned from 1 a month's visit with new .. ", .
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friends ana relatives In Ft. Myerspnd " h "
:l../ \ L.Rlohard k.mp., Met _bl.". Geo. W Allen ;other up-state cities yesterday V4t"f: a II., r', '.
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;; : ..IIIr._ --IIIIi'-11111-. ) ... E. Ellis Kemp and Joseph Menen- Vhat i* the oniy, ;'kiikl we .n"nufcoture.VK ,I. --.A.: : :Louis&" . :Son.. .;" '-,.
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'I' .' 'r deswho b_+e been on a combined mn von are bu>; *g Clears next time .r 'n '
'\' : .I.f', )r '.'M"I,( '., ... -" 1 :.. ,"' A.11w. . 'a .: "'t.,.'/.,/1' '!/"l 1 : :;;/f'' tuslnesfl ''and ::pleasure J'\ visit' to' 8ava&nab loskforournarrroatheboa.: Tbatisate.only : "l'. ::518-52".Duva1. ,tree.. ,.. ,''; ,i9t'; .he W.1It' #. :, ) : )., ,.,
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and other Georgia cftles., returned gnantave*you need.- ; '- c. 'b i.. ':: } II
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'\ ):: '. ' / / / /./ ( I' -' Alee Gibson (colored) 'wa. given y 1 FAtk; BE AdH : ::, 1
. . ''ft:. r/:::: / /; /" preliminary hearing'before Judge CLoyjaEisJJJST ; ;/.17. .,,
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( Qunn \yesterday, afternoon a ...'f : -- ;1
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over to criminal court andera : C'
bond of one hundred dollars. :

: ;f', Price$ -/ $1.00 Insist upon your- grocer giving Wash tl Suit t;S'. t


I 'r 'r Prices',/ ,2-50 I you That the means best Cabrera'coffee, on the Coffee market.-JOc YOUIGMAN. N .... ,; 'Ti.
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: Rev. S. C, Hutton who arrlvefl ; 'f from Tampa Monday evening on'the'- When. you buy-ft Diamond,
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llvette, THE THING FOR .
loft
yesterday evening\ on' : ; t..
). train 36 en route to Palm Beach, on wait"aDIAMOND.. J *

;1l; CO. Fla., of where his sister.ho will During attend.Rev.the wedding Hut-- ;Then you buy a piece ol t. WEATHER : .
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'AIS ton'l stay In the city .he was the ,.
r76RUG guest of Rev. Newman. eweli ;(youwauiZoRN4W.
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't / The ; : Massachusetts man'.comes to the lttat." .' l'..,. te.. the..' Best 1"/of/ 'its .boo..... I'
front with two cats that hdve corkscrew -

I I' / caUed taHs.katzenammer.Now we 'know why It's When you buy from: WEIN- .

jI1 '1.0.. cis D 4 BERG'S. you. have that. as- ; : :
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i i'. that The very University few of Us ot Wisconsin coeds become asserts old jurance'" .always.' > ;'

: rAt $0tb St'esi maids.' There will IYloW b.s.'rush: t4 "' I { : :

.i I ... } : ., : '. theJilgher. education.I.K >' I -"*'"iT" ": {f-t$ i',: 1" \t_ '< a'I'll.. *hit! "' .I f AiW'OLKOW&I' & fir l'I

.. '/ .n .. . The latest fashionable.* dance! la
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TheDiamond.
/. ; .... Washington I Is announced as the "Jel PalaceP. .
j / ly wobble." The next one will probably
,r-. /", .. .. be the "pickle ,prance." I Reliable Mdse. I..i. I.-
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: ..-4ftb'W .1"N'tie"F'Yi"F4'4'f( 'Netfilti'i' tt 'eN :4o'H'i ii"MFK: + WEINBERG, Prop.Time's ... Distributor.THt 1

; -r Anger causes cold feet says a Chicago .. ... .. ._, _ _ _ _. :
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< professor. Evidently preparingto a W4d1. # .. w .i' '. . ..! .. . .. J
boom the overshoe trade 10 Chicago
'JA AN.D during the convention .... ... ,; . e ,
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A California man has been fined tot Nothing That !Appeal
.. . I his mother-in-law but,
beating up ?.JEWELERS.raar.
COFFEE
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F i there are those who believe that h4J I .'ee.o 18TT, \. '
i: ; ,EVERY deserves a Carnegie 'medal. to a tired than ,or \vomen 9jn raoaMsg',,te delicate': watchst'
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It has been discovered by stau.u.1 .. Work piraoMiUv aal 'iritk*w
a so, much as a tastily la the dos |
/: prepared best place to get Cigars. Ooffee,
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f clan that\ more divorces' are granted In 'aU W'tloa.
April than in any 9tber month. Housecleaning me'll l and. there's Chooolftte: ,. $Bsudwlobe. .' pAtuti I :2M, DlVALaa4 $r, ..
.. J , > : : Urn and moving time. < PN4 1"
'DAYr aDd bonp. .' : i' t
Now a women'bps flown across the nothing helpsinakea.taeti-. i,;'.
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: ;u 'r Fhat you lose on'account.of sickness I as the 'BEST'greries.!, "*. ,' *- ," DENTIST 'If"i '. .f a(
Scientists nave perfected aa ap.p&ratus GOLD CROWN. BBIDGE'WOR: .
;1 to ',you. "You for broiling TOO steaks In ate For that kind. Telepbonieitnurr"Grocer. A'S I ',"'i. s"4 .t
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