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 20, 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: VID00095
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
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: jRebels, ::;who' .$ irrender- Themselves State That TIONSA: LITERAL FULFILLMENT OF-THH J'ROPHKCY..THAT: EVERY : Attorney .so-Stated to resentative' '- :
MAN SHALL EAT OF THE FltUTT- OF HIS LABOR UNDER HIS a RPe the r

I:; "1 f' Ref e1;Leader Succumbed to: Wounds Received in OWN........... VINE AND FIG" TKKE.,IN PKACK.LETALL .. of The Journal YesfterdayAfternoon. Motion ,
; THE; LOYAL CITIZKXS2OF-KEY! : WEST! RESOLVE; TOj *,' '
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t.;; : a. 1)) ;Fight ',. JIL !\-! CELEBRATE TH1H'DAY IN A MOHT KLABORATE MANNER.: WE Made to Continue;Case ..
i ; .y*rlfi f HAVE THE ATTRACTIONS FOR ALL TilE PEOPLE IN THE STATE* 't'
Y ,WE HAVE IN OCR MIDST AJf ORATOR SECOND TO NONE, ..AND,"' '1''" J
:MARINES MAY 1AYEFBIC.BATTLESNORJLY WHO IS, PATIIIOTIC-AND LOYAL TO THE CORK AND WHO ISATISFlKD .:'Adt,1 JUDGE : ', "
't.i; ,{, WILL BK WILUNG TO HELPAS, FAR AS MAY nE''I'HI1i" I'. ,PARKHILL BRINGS TEARS 10 AUDITORS'. . I I1d
PATRIOTIC MOVE IF IT IS'PROPERLY PUT UP TO HIM, ANnIY- 'i '
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' ORDER TO GET.EVERYTHING IN ORDER LETTJSHAVK-A )U
1t: >,t't Report Says That; Tifteeri; ?Hundred Rebels ArePr'eparI' .: 1XG OF THE ciTIZENS IN THE CITY HALL AT K1GIIT O'CI-WK ON' FirsfMiti ri Made byJDefeqse:; Over-ruled, But New Motion
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: ;; log to Attack: American'..Marines at El Cuero. FRIDAY EVENING.-iJUAIC 91. J.I EVERY LO'-EROI\"KI\ <1Y WEST Will Probably
"1'; .. u, COllIE OUT AND ADD THE WEIGHT, OF HIS ORCttKR. frtBSliJNCK be Granted Says Attorneyfor

' : 'r.U/ a. I Minor.Skirmishes. . ,Repotted' AND. VOICE TO .THIS CELEBRATION THE FIRSTivWATIONAI/: OCCASION ' the Defendant
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!jI!' ,', oJ 45 ,Santtago'de.C a, June''18.-Evarlsto r DR.'WUTING"FANG I f 'CHARLES W. ELIOT The case of the state against! Joe --r..

;;; .' If Bstenoz,' leader of the negro Knight accused L i
f' ,,1 : dead .., of murder In the
';: ': 1' Insurrectos, wM-roported *" Be first
degree; did
-rN: :") I'I'} }, land burled In a cave': ;, to have lea s GOVERNORf HflWSUPrA- not come to trialyestetday
:: under r as .was ,
44; y, 'band In &-8ght w}tn'federals expected but Instead
I MaJorfFigueroa.[ and to have written 'A a motion was made by attorney's -

.Y t< } a lettir.to.Ct: ;>naulllolal1ay' threatenIng f ..fot defense, asking that the.
". ,'J'4'"" \' direUhlngs; unless the American I onao bo
the situation. S IHEREPUBUCAN OARK HORSEs )postponed until' tho first !
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t- '. 5 t *intervened.Several bell who gave themselves week jDJAusast.....on jucount-of: the- --,.- - i
brought here, dot r7 sr + rra9' health of the accused's father
r J/I uP'today: and were } 3 1 1ws' the
a. 'clareo?. :that 'Eyarlato.EteAoz was ( Hon 1'oter T, Knifflit.' The first nio-
t' dead. .They: said! that be succumbed Given Cheer After Cheer and Hailed as Next tlon made by 'attorneys for the de. I

the' wounds he received & and the 2 LFiSF : ( te'ffi , 'i fonso' ,ln this ease, looking to Its
i With Vallente on the' 13th President-Roosevelt Forces: Fail to Unseat Taft {
;, 4 burled In a cave, General Mon- postponement, wan a motion to show 1 i
r tto ; will probably send a den 1 Delegates-Motion Debated Three Hours that the grand Jury, had not been

chment of troop to the place In y{ properly empanneled. This motion '

attempt to verlfT.the r port.,One r 5 was overruled by .
1: Judge Bothe
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'4 tlon,the'ofthe znen say cave he and knetws Is willing.. to WILDEST SCENES' AtTENDEU CONVENTION YESTERDAY Today at Ten O'clock. :

a* guide.. ., _. i.'j---lT.L.- The motion argued yesterday was
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'R, total of the rebels ..who.hu.. for a postponement ob account of '
'. t !tact advantage of, General 'Montea- Roosevelt Delegates Form Proccestion and March Round the ill health of the actu od'a ,ratb-' *i f
ahd surron- '
t \\It '/w.offer given otidemency today'"fts 884. ThUJtaclwle .,. and Round the Hall Causing Wildest Excitement -L. Sr;, It being argued that In case a. l \t" i I

the '160 who are j.r.portelt < Conviction were brought out by the s
; 5:30 :
; : Convention, Adjourned at p. m. ( 4 -J|
to' ColonelValijlente. 2urT
have urrendered : Pmpannelod to, try K '
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I" .'. but have not arrived f' re.l1 I"" .. ,- "" ; or n. ,'H'c' shock ialgh.tfprove too'. A *' lj j"
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' """"tbe%*ere-,negroeS are three(can more-.day.take.advantage* tit/ !,,,piMontearudo's pest"\: .-hllt..wet. minister t : IntoivM his W.ahlrt fo.rmeil . ,, (Special( tb47ie'JoarnMl yard,. Dry, _Eliot nIY.r * ..an.Atusdp9. : '.. .1t.h.nJ :ht\.rl1JI; ;C.<; teFarkhU1.' :* IO v H' "'

I. ( offer;' ;:'f. "''' : -, Asa been.rperud.i''. > (,. 'I ;y, 'Chicago, 'IR.'Jaae,19.-111: gfIOst 1ntr est and excitement attend.. \ IQIe >8tllt/ttav.hn.: ,J" .,J ., ", MTitlegre' ,Hxook' # .t.. ,:'d.Vh'd.:; \ \
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,SUPersoaa arriving here'Jront'yalma. . 1" '. J : ..,' '.; ''I' !'/ Jli" ) VI the 'kepabLoaa'mrtlonal'1ohiefUo eretodpt The'eenvorUonaus. !H".L.. \ i! I ",, 1,i j'1.' t$biCIit'\. i+(olr... gW' } s Ig| M .
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:Ili}/;, .1 orlaao-,state'that'the prop ve4a'. J. :>: xfa 'ienabled M'1 1 i is an:.m;' aiAct...l'i. ( << :ear"! /,,, ,t&e'loVeraor; l .Nf .ge,4n,;, l tbgd'..1 uv'etin. ; .: ,1. 1R.>:1'..""wor.'i:1. r. .. _. ... .l
HaU.l.ha.* r NAWLMIUTI.IHAVE: : : '
1 4ha tags''Will, "'" ,t r :
:,xlr. Fi ..ernntagxtrOm the;,rebel chief' 'AntW't ' !k . ". ft . ley,srotlos to' U&, itlaetj..+.t+twtl.'\Tate, delegaeei, ', ", : ".. ;.traeabdr', ... 4

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f'.u, M".aU& of the W 'l'tM 0 ,' '"t';:', r- ." .,\ <" ,He" ..%, oVnedT4hM',b* '" t.-l"Jt'Wh.: . , ''''< "I' ifned e } r '' ,
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;f' t@neat; / T > tRI'IO'tit Nasal freliYnbwa polldciaaiirbbiee? ,1u lmp+us.ibte, ,4lllter,8t.o.M lt'',oa a lede lNt
Drovtdedte'cameln :
lowedclemenc, prit the Ipcai
Would be & ,
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'Wtth'l1lpartTi" 1 Htfa-,-d64-tflcer4ar.sit rnrdea cut "{ to-ix omle.led, nun uun.ayaara aonewm c
T: .B.o.m: Holadrg'Amerienh, epaiuj 0 o'eloek'wb.n.tbelr' ; little",boat; Hio4loyOf: Mli art'1* w lrtng '*.Wg'boois, said It,1 {possible tl>M> hi. TE'e" VpieiUr "Trilby a reprpductton e"r 1 t trFOebtu'

J '. iere.-ba. *\ recelra .:,ano. her tjerturportinK I the Mackenzie; tied' up to. .the.,, govern'. Mam b pre..fcj "e Uon JaUw'( gNy'aaa lw'tan lead the partr!'to of Du M.urley''ioaderfut ; 'aMl
: ,to be aljcned.bf .Bst no., JDent, d )J. ,,";C .... ::'.... ; : ? play) war Shown' to1-'two packed ,w ea uode'red.t t ,Y
J of com The : lrfaelleDlJe: lett'bet., at ida'7", houses '-at' the; Monroelast nlgiht; "
,_ .1. 1 'accuses the federal troop : ; : ; vlwmen t Vand +the; V+decl.lonrwlU''b) ; I
: morning. thlntr .. The of the,, Monroe teert
'a'; ;;: ,_ltUna ':the crime ascrrbedto"the; : lIgbT-dtoaday- manager handed down this ;? .
,
: morning 'at .tea
ir. ,}' egroes. It alleged'that.atRamon four, emben..of{.the rNaval'Militia NOTICE'TO MASONS. *" baled In Eng\lnd' and holds a diploma perfectly safaVIn" sarlngxthat no 6Vlock
the troop buraed-UO on board,..eft ruteO6"lUmt. but ow- picture ofj any kind i has ,ever, bean kLOCAL +
de la* Yaguea from Cambridge ............ -
r leue* of person who ..erO" Dot laTolved : Inr to: the s ',,blow.ra"6i..wthe.'Jtorced| I All members of Dade lodge No. 14, for University shown' In this town that ha created : -
; .:I" in i the uprirtag.i' In,knottier draft working; ba4l1'.tbet'put Into F., and A. M., are requested to meet examinations in the classics. His such a-.e sensation) as this oJ e. Tha. J ,a,t:'; 1 stance the writer say that the ted- Boot K87" -barbor? tit make; : ,repairs. at the Masonic Temple this afternoonat medical studies were made in New actress, who plays the titled', part Or /f I i

J jral* killed''a tether and,two'of his Durfng the,, aeteysfogrsyrequlred: a:11'0 sharp for the purpose of attending York city where he Is a registered Trilby Is at the head of her profession .. r
,,\;,, .jilldren less than''ten:years. old' add by the engineers . ;)1r.\f. ,'outraged; several'lL---: the"T&palr .'the'; deck'division was Oodwardr; being endorsed licious and exquisite portrait of this Hlllsborough bay'buoy, 3HB, reported .
{,w 'W... It The lettr,.offet'a to'p.rtlon sass'c giyen llbertyfc-an'd'rseveral; "or the 'S. by the. regents of' the University character''' that the 'audience were out of position June 17, will be

J. mad provIded. the Americans member went' to:."Mara'thon"wl,ere NO CEMENT IN CITY of the State of New York. He brings practically spell-bound when viewIng replaced as soon as. practicable, wlto-
Will end a, representative to the they arranged 'fot' a.bairgame'to ae excellent testimonial from His Excellency this picture last night.. Mr.' Flel- out further notice. .
',,/1 i": ... >oods to 'conferwith him.. played on the following fcfternoon Ik All the cement In the city I 18 used the Governor of the>Bahama tas has offered a considerable sum of
, .II E.tenOft, it'be ..,bte-the letter; deokres was then decided to give -up'.the proposed and, the contractors herb cannot secure *, from the Bishop of Nassau and- money t. be permitted keep this I Buoy list 7th district 1911, p. 24. I
S5f' that he:Will'not treat with any trip-id' Miami,' and remain *t cement with which' to complete] from the managers of the Bank- of picture longer than tomorrow night By direction of the commissioner
.j t" ,American '''under any Boot Key where the officials ofthe sidewalks until other 'shipments arrive Nassau', and of the Royal Bank of but it Is not at probable' that he 01 UghUiouses.Sv ,
1': : :cIrcumstsnoee, because ho considers extension camp extended them/every .Canada.. wil] succeed. He"wl;he. to Inform ; C. DIBRELL, Inspector. fRLES
'I.,'r .. -. the Cuban government. unreliable. courtesy. On Tuesday morning a the people of Key West that no picture '
"I. if Estenos Inform the consul that It short cruise "'as,made h1"'the neigh has been shown here In year :
It'the In en1.lon"of. General Montea- boring watera. for> the purpose Of which, contains the heart Interest, 91' OOI\VAItI DEAD. r
giido: "to order several of his men to testing the' )blowerq.JBverythlng" GREAT BRITAIN Mp1PROTEST '!, NEW J YORKDELEGATeS, pathos, exprciBaTon and clever acting .r ." ,r-----: ,1"

bun'.a' fow American properties forth proved to be In excellent working as shown In this picture. Charles' Oodward, one of Kay
--k"l'8' purpose of laying the blame on condition and the/returned to Boo) Hap Rogers and Ethel West In West's oldest and most neapectedcltlzens .
S.J.''i!,, ; the\ rebels and cause the American Key at noon, where liberty was given C CANAL BILL WILL NRMH.E NOMINEE e their farcical sketch, "Wanted, a died ,,at 930 o'clock last '
I tobe'; enraged at the negroes; w.tl' again. The ban'game In the afternoon Partner," are Increasing In popularityIn night at his residence ob Olivia! "
I 1. s The wiUer states, that tbtfreBels>> was. pulled off, according; to each performance. The type of street, aged 73 years, 'months and d
I -i". S wUl\ n *erlay: down'thelr arms until schedule)!and ended In/a/Victory for character: played by' Miss West I I. 10 days. .. 1
44r + r't' ,th/ey/ obtain whatthey .want.1e'caUe the. railroaders] ; who ,wdn .by.a score I Adamson Bill Which i. Has Ninety Votesrom New not well understood In this city, as Mr. Oodw' was' born In England .
of vTto6.Ih the Navafro ; It pecuflar' to the ..Bowery of New Lfd
States. iu.Uce"'daT.'rt evening.tlay' 4s
g.t. cut the Uplted for Passed the but\'CanJ to this olty over for-
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Been by Hpuse"MayEfffectTreatyRights
; j, Ing(that the American authoritiesdqririg ,' Frank Curry and Haryir-Sawyer, "I York Will ContrdlDemocratic.ConvenftOn Ybrk rlty. Last night they made a ty'years a( :nind until recently was
the last Intervention recog- who had been granted tspecial leave, 'decked hit with the Monroe patrons
employed the Mallory line
; .t nlaed' their. party- and, should, there !left forjMla ,. .', ", ... and no doubt will continue to growIn I night watchman bjj: which position lie r.s
t'f( \ .
'" permit the present govern- Yesterday morning tpo.supply ofprovlelons favor for the rest of the week.
dots pot
: ': I ': f'..MaiLottdon, , -- over thlrty-flvo years.
befn'g"4 nearly, exhausted: '
rcee. .
t m ttt'io'abnc'the June
\ ' wrlter 'eoncludes with the It was decided.to ''return to Koy West ; June 18.-Sir EdwardG Baltimore Md., 19.-Who but what developed Is _sln>ply a matter The deceased leaves a wife a

"f statement ..that;;jit was' his, Intention The' start wasihade<< ft''l:30'a.: :,m. I @l''Jnade a statement In the houseof will get New. York's vote In the national of guesswork, for they are silent: niece, Mrs. Wm. P. Archer, and a
fr.hel* i/ to]start a1r "war-and 1% was still and Completed, her* :wlthont' acci commons this afternon" that Great" convention of the democratic as to the candidate they will euppot.'Vlth nephew, Mr. Charles Young, all or t
.; i ,against. b1';deatre, but,. be will dent., .. ;\v;.i, VlJA'! Ofltfttn was watching: closely l the protresB party la the question being asked Wll1lam..Jonnlnga Bryan posing this city.
1;."" ." the .' Amerlcan legislation regardIng The funeral will be hold from the
1(11 .be" compelled to do so If 'federal most, with the big! gathering loss as the unknown quantity all the
nOtCease: their present tactic They were at AntFdispoeed'toreelat ,the M'anama'-canatttolls' ; ..rr<;, , than a week off. 'Wilson's friends are candidates aro figuring" hard' to do- Stone church this afternoon at four
;, r trbpsidq., Blr.Edward Is especially interested Rev. L. F. Chapman"offi!-
\ .' *. him, but he-says; he'succeeded In diapersingtbem claiming that the state which Is such termlne Just who Is Who In tho prob- o'clock "
t.f({ ::- ,'A report, that'the rebels were 1- : after:a lively skirmish.He ,In the'Adamson bill which;passed, a close neighbor, bath geographically lem of political algebra which r.he elating. The Masons of which Mr 4
1"rt: OB strong at El Cuero and prep'arng seized\ their- correspondence, the American house of: representatives and In business Interests with that democratic situation presents at this Godward was a member, will\ attend '
-.5' yesterday. The Adamson bill the funeral in body. The Interment
;5 ng I! to attack ithe'American marine horses .arm* and other effects bat of which! he ia governor, will certainly '- stage. .< a
\1.' 5$ .*?... ,ire -eamped''about the mines makes no mention .of. casualties. Hesay's provides that'Americanvessels engaged give Its support to him. Champ, Mr. Bryan Is tho'night Mare} which will be,. under. .the direction of Benj.
trade be
J' s e..was not verflled.i. the band split .up and made off in the coastwise shall Clark's supporters say the 'Bpeaker romps fiendishly over the candidates' Lopez.

:\it., .._ tetEe eomr-tbe..paralytlC- lead -different .directions. exempt- from- tolls- In- passing,through- of the Jiousals BUM to get_the lion's ,coverllda!sight._...and drtvp'their -- -" 4.- ,
:'( -was,brought In yesterday, Major Marti reported to General the canai: share of the ninety votes which\ the managers, all shaking and shivery, .
J Edward said that until the bill
': \; .s attended! :at the hospital by two Mohteagudo ,'that ,,two negroes had Sir he would not Umpire state will\ cast. One, ot the to consult tl%' whi'te-aproned! personIn 4PCAL WEATHER REPORT
; had been finally paused "
t'P'whltennrsee. His family is allowed been killed In a fight between Captain members, of the national -committee: the room marked "ca'o. But -
;taw, "'./' io be with IIDi;; 'of Guerrillas Munoz and a group be able to estimate the extent to who has been In New YOI'\' for sew many a manager will admit his foam (T. S. Di>pnrtment of Avrioulture.
British at- '
which treaty rights wore
: : :4 a\ VSeveralskirmishes: were reported of negroee commanded by a 'chiefnamed said eral days, made the statement today Cbncornlng Mr. Bryan. All-nro playing Weather Hureau.
fected. He that he unaware
was
;i, uaTter. ,during Fable'.In Deseada. LieutenantSoto that the MUsoifrlan, Is gathering: with, soft pedals on and the tro- June 20. 1912.
(I ;,n 'tOJhe.c.n.ra1.hea4 the casualties reported that be fought a groupnear'tbe that there was any ',precedent waterways In respect strength each day and that. In' his mola atop out, for he Is a man to be I-

{ 'i:. gven| Inrvagwe: terma' n" there Ubano woods, killing .two for to other'such International law 'and .Intimated opinion the New York delegation, as reckoned with these days. .H.m. 7 p.m.

: "f, 4 \ *wee;-no'. report'ot federal, dead or rebels and'capturing,, four ".1 ''. laJ redtMaJor'Flgucroa reported; a \ ms. orot.the:, 8oroecowardrOf! of pledged to Clark,'wlll be found m theClarkcolumn theI*ndB at the monton! of the uu __ 85 83
>> against discrimination. ,
La been arrested : I on 'the .tlret old leaders' name. It I Is admitted that Tpmperlttureu.u
farm Haya .baa
ahcjrt Gauytare. on ordered palot.... .
s r: 8Jlltoo/th .' ... .,.. importdnt wire' whichhe' 'Wind vplocitvj._ 2 .--2
: Sufday"'with a/; group ojf'negroe! on a charge-pf conspiracy./Although 'But the Gaynor boom baa.De beholds some .
"f'tj; ,,Wlh chhe disporae4;-: I J aay4L": Pe a white man''ho.Is; accused 'of having COLORED PHYY ICJA N'WIt.L.PRACTICE reckoned with.' While tiro'Clark.'for knows how to pull. Wise mon say Wind direction.: __.-__-E _.. ;. E. :

n 1iJj. took.aloaded: ''pack' Aors.,carrying acted '-a''confidential\ agent"of'Es- "JIEJ E. ces are'' standing pat fof the twp- he will probably 'name'tbo'democratic State of weather..Clear...P Cloudy I II

:fI' i ,; ,doonmeirta! ,.and other effects, arms.; tenor in the burning of LA ,Maya. third majority rule, theWllson; and nominee. I ----- .
'{ ',1mnpltlgas} nineteeporaes.Ya66;ire I -The' may." of Bongq'rep'is that Harmon men would nlthf'I'JI88'the : Baltimore women suffragists are I Uieliieat t.m rat.oIre.9", ,I '

-,::: 1>.fi;j ,,=ate6-tttneeilio. : ne .,casualties." Ii, ,has been afbe'.t..attend, ..Ito the : .Doctor Ai P. Holly>nIved-lhls'? << convention nominate yithluatamajorltytTerelll.be ; .planning-aJilg .parade Thursday evening lowest temperature..;.____.-.__._79- ,t ".
1: 'l'/t., ''rr:;,. ,vi Sangnlly" bJitft. refugees up to the present time,''but morning from Nassau:(Bahamas) via a'ftrpnc o.Itlon'to of democratic presidential convention Mean 1 _._ ._"84.5 ''
'\troep: fought a band'commanded !by that th-town's, fond are.exhausted Hlael..He.has. come to practice here any attempt to" abrogate the week: a* a demo"t tlon' to emlterature-----_ ? 'J

;,J, "':' '.(a;,, negro'named: ; Zapata Who styles and suffering likely. result. un- a* physician and surgeon, and hasenri'ed two-third rulo at thll-convention, the de-legates' and leaders. Several Almanac June 19* .
!I ntttelf a brigadier'igoieral' .TheFgeneraJ" 1 len belp'comea.. ,tj--' : Ule'preml1le.tlUIJ; Thomas I although such an attempt Ia ntlcl-. thousand women are expected be
.. ,waa the' onlyi one of hi* The'-report; i has reachedner.e. thai street, where he will open.rn up-to- I pated. ..CoL.' : John T. McCraw ot Jn line, ,dome ol tho.suffragists will Sun ris...__.%---.-------4138 a.m" .I'';

X j.iq'l, \ ;party to, be.Jelliedaccording..to,,the an' attempt was made'last night; tq dtLte,;drug .store which tae alreadybe3n'landed. 'Wet yirgtnha, national committeeman be costumed' In the heroic" ; dress of Sun aeUuu _--________619; p.m.
;"? .1 iepe>t*, '':- '",,r' :Av'c\' :'* ; burn the .Soledad sugar 'mill but .' The doctor; Is a native will ask that the two-thirds rule women, ot history. Hi"htideuI2,48.a m..r..36 m. .
,,'I;. <,!,',.'.'Major.-THgueroav'" .also' says'thait! t.he ttt.tthe: negroe-"*re drivenoff by. pt_ the republic of Haytl ,of be dropped after the Baltimore con The unlnstructed "..delegates are Low tide..5.50a.:> m....-d.&l p. m. Fl y 71
s, fought inotharband.-uniler.the" ; "per- the American marines.! The.ftam... wVSin' 'father was the first missionary I vention.. .from. Maine..12i t New York 9 0.; No. $ R BOTBK. !i
sir, out by ..' Mack and Mr. Sullivan held Carolina, 18; ltinbftan;l30; LouisUna -. V .
*0aal command of Bstenos. lie found were put ;the ar1n. Nobody biaho>>-j fthe Protestant I .Mr. .' IxtcaJ Foreoastor.. "
I''.fat'b1a41in; \tie; ,SaD :Ana farm. was hurt. "-' .w' '. V k Holly w eQ11' several conferences\ during the day, ,* : ,.total, IJO.v( ';. j ak

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.: punsequence Amelia CartwriKbt would SYNDICATE SALE "N01\n f !: .J ;
1 price of the ground article will also': little more attention to the 1ovp of the y 3 : ;
living and leer to Hat of thjs dead; iba ,
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supplying it. Perhaps there 'are from wearing hU heart out* I -, 1 ,

many among you who are, already .':/ viciously lira Lowell Into the stabbed dock .be her.....a..''needle mending =( Never before, in the history of the city have. ," a. '1

-':'-" -.L------:,; ,- ,'_' :'"- .- paying_this. 'penalty. I have. se and rocked has a violently."Amelia con.taDDatur., .," I' such Genuine Bargains as we are offering I \ .' :

cured several lota, though; at. aid.Ann Briggs: during the remainder of tHis /' "
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. 'such figures &t to leave the "Constancy is ell right if there'sany V < "
reason for It." said Mrs. Lowell ,
.. price unchanged, as. long as ,the "but everybody know. that. Charles ";

:', lot laSt I he Burroughs died lie wasn't was engaged true to to',her two before girls' BIG SYNDICATE SALE ;

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."BuL.Amelia doesn't know it," said ? ::, lt,

. THE PRICE IS 25c PER POUND her Miss to Ann:know., gently" "and. it would hurt. This sale will aow' close shortly.and ', .<' ' ,

'"Well.,wouldn't It be better for her
.. for the same good; satisfactory ard reliable article to be hurt a little and get waited op njjsyill: have missed the opportunity .

which has made "EL CENTRAL'famous for to the fact that It,Is Amos who has of the if do not
five really\ loved her all these years and summer, you. I

over twenty Of this if you yea.rs.Think want td save dollars on the coffee, who"Well.deserves'I don't to get know.her T"said Miss come to the sale to get what .you'I I j

which you sell Ann. "I hate to see Amos hurt andI
need for
hate to see Amelia hurt.. Love is summer wear.
J. F. CARBONELL, love, and I guess most of,us have to
suffer for It."
610 DUV L STREET ""There she goes, .now''said Mr..

_._ Lowell< glancing out of the window DO YOU WANT BARGAINS?
--- "I knew she would. Every Saturday ..

.,' fA' R ,.- ;* . x M. K. . e .she's off -to the cemetery with: a /
aft wreath of pink flowers. Sometime If do cannot afford to miss a
Its roses and sometimes It'. sweet you you "
L1KKS HIS MEALS TASTILY pea. and sometimes it's verbenas..
the sale. We have
Syndicate
'Re PREPARED' ana "not only that I But It'. always pink." . great

III a but he like. to have them prepared aa "Poor"That's thing what said hurls Miss Amos Ann.so," said bargains here that you will: not get .
ID a hurry when, he Is ruebed for x
Mrs. Lowell. "He know. Amelia
again this season. Remember the
.. :4 time. We are making specialty hasn't enough to live on and he has
1 plenty. And I think he knows, too,
a or.elvln!: BuBlneas Men's meal. sale closes now soon., '
that she would love him if she would '
r: nm THE F in.T RF.STlURlTfT. 'herself. He said to me not long I ( i
ago: 'Aunt Carrie, when I talk to her I
a' dv in 'rally Ul fTlOm J IH equipped about it. she- 'Just cries and says, I COME 'SEE OUR NEW GOODS
"Please dent-- Poor Charles thought I .
W.: l.-i the brat and. oldest. family service had it in me to be constant-and I make :.. V
and selection. We
_: : and we make a specialty of want to be faithful' to him-I want :, your have .them =

e d HarviDg ramlllea.I .. to"There be faithful.goes"!Amos" now" said Miss = here by the :thousands :pf .yards, and we want = 1 1e
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Our meals are always tastily prepared and pink Ann. 'roses"Do In you, that know paper he's T got I believe some you to get them while 'they are' marked down.. seo
we give quick service. When you want '
you
I he's on his way to the cemetery. -
a gopd meal quick come to the. "Well, hell meet! Amelia there." .-.,.. -- a
a said Mrs. Lowell, "and I guess' shall .' I
. DUVAL 'RESTAURANT.T be touched to see that he has remem- =

( .. .' If''. B) .,' .', .. ;. !' . ..' .. .* flL1'oIJ' ,;. .. ''.. . bered But Charles.Amelia "-sitting forlornly .at the I L .WolfSOUt& ,S tore"'f.olHa ,lnQn '_ .

", : ', _'.. .. . .', \'i'. lJ'f. t. . .- foot of her lover's: grave, was to meet .. '
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'." ; ''i' '> : t"" : ,""wreath?f Jt was1 evidently made. tip bya ;<::1 :.... "..., :')'.."..,(, !MI,, ... ',",,',",",, ;-r,"ff.,'#<1,1'.0..... "" <. t'' :' !.f';;'j..1.;,' .,'. I't. \'.. >' .or. "" ,}
; r: ,""f .)l'' ,. ri .I! h !.",,BAN'KK;' ;,:'lfr.', : '-.\ , cIt7.d'on.tQLpink'hot, -houes.foses,'' \ ' : : 'i' < ; :" 'i ;' :'. f
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{ 'i, ,," .! 'j, I"I' and valley .lilies,'with maiden-hair fern .\'t.: ; : ; 'I'T- : M'A"i.B'JUS :. .I vO U.tiIE''D"i,, \: ;' : ' , l
,',. ,! '::1': ""' .' ,/"',' ,; TELEPHONE INO. 1' : ,'. .- ;. >5" veiling th..
Y In selecting' an.,,.Insurance. agency.lev'it be tne.orie, .-, "Oh" gasped Amelia .."bow, beaut:: .., :tI" I'F'' I'\II'\:) \.! J.;:' rt. i7 ;!.'!tt'.y'I\ \ . --r ; ', .., ."/.t ;' '!:.:J.io"t.\;: \ .." . . 'r

whore record and "strcHgtn 'guarantee' the liberal- luliillment full"He: sdweya'loped. : -" pink-. ,:";'said-' " of "" '} "" ., 'I>" -
all -
its obligations. "' ' .
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reward of V
Our is the .1' "
success knew that?" she asked. Great'VLIver ; ,t x
"Tea said the girl. "When I wore "
merit and the result'of early twenty ':
pink bows on my hair he always admired Remedy ,', .. '
with << them. And there was a tittle , ",
honorable dealing '"
years' pink 'lawn dress that he made me wear I '
the night he left me." ; t
our patrons. "He died ten years ago" said Amelia I %V + Better than calomel. .
The safest and .
"It Is a long time-did you know surest, .

WHY TAKE CHANCES him-ijnst The. girl before nodded he died"He?" lived out best thing to put a sluggish , more satisfactory. (., UMU&;'''.,' ,

I J west In the same town where I p ills. Equally, "beneficisi. '
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ELSEWHERE ? taught And we were engaged. She liver to work und. o ,
did:not see Amelia's start of surprise for children or advlts1C I
well. ...
keep
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.. "He came east-Just to see 'his folks
------,-- .. he said, and then be-was to' come
b-aek-aDd we were. to be:-twerrled."
Don't forget it ypu want "Then he died" the girlish 'voicewent -
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Magnolia Draught Beer youcan' Yett,'3AS -. wanted to come and lay a wreath on ',' 1
it FOR his grave saved my mon4y:so thatI
always get at Mulberg's ] .
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S\xlnn.l here and
might And-now I am, -
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saloon. Also Bottled : and I can't bear it" P ,Th4 'SALE AY '' ;;
Looking on the other's grief Amelia ..
Beer of all kinds. wondered 'why she Was J1hhDC OVed." .. .
KEV WEST DRUG \
'Round Ticket Stockings for Boys bad She wondered/too, at-acertain 'Uchtoh..ii CO.
g-lrliv ,the moat durable 26o toektag of'heart.. Bile'''f.lt free-tree to wo Stores Key West, t-e Cisar'' City_ Fla, .
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made, four tb.ad.LINENHEEL AND live "'.. Tyro Pboaet,
Front and ritztmtrick,Stl', : ; her own life -to. love. she. I .
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'TOE. .bard to wet*.out would. "**
JOS. MULBERG PropLARtmth '-.' 1'-....:.'.;:; S She saw Amos coming up' the hill. .. y
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'\ I She bent over the sobbing girl. {"He .- -" -- I'- .. .
.. loved you" .she saidtensely; "you \ l
have that to comfort you." $SHBJER lODGING HOUSE

r'I' hill Then and she met went Amos.swiftly:; "Idon't down 'Just the 204 Eaton Street'' A/ Food Ice Cream
lire
know said. what"Take)has me happened"'away, Amot'to me,"'take she, Beds or. ,15c.. \and. ; ,25c. ?' Go. : 1.

-- ---- --- ,me where nobody can .e.m. c-;" ." No beds aftef# 9 o'clock. v". ..-
He left her to a place screened by I .. I
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a row of chairs. "What Is It., dear : : ORDER YOUR J I
__ ., _PlACE OF BUSINESS IS ON heart," he asked, tenderly.. 'Baker :Bios. : CREAM FOR ;iTODAY
She told hemp "Was be-as fickle FROM US. CREAMS OF:EVERY '

THE CORNER OF SIMONTON, & I' _-th.U..II.--4.man4ed.- __.__ FLAVOR ._.
; . "Everybody" knew It." he said. "but RESTAURANTWill ..A'NDo THEY ARE MADE. = HT,. ,. M
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EATON STREETS. :
THEO HOLTSBERG. '"And no one told me. Oh ;Amos I f T

---------. feel so sorry for that'girl. Somehow; Open April 3rd at the PHONE. 3'71', ;I"-t
Next to San t' don't feel Perhaps
Carlos, sorry for myself. fi
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-----...-. I'vebeen.'-i Just "''clinging to a .Corner of Caroline and

ELEPHONE219[ FOR YOUR' .close dream.to But him she and;,knew oh I Kim hope And'he loved lived Margaret StreeetSi .,.........;........... ..........:.:........ ....... tt

'.RE TRlCAL..' WANTS Dr. ff.O., ', Kemp' ; her she best is mourning It would.be Tn false so lover tragic'Amos.'if-If" Regular, MUISVaflj Short Orteis"W ... W S.Qif
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"And youfJAmos", .asked. .. Solicit" Yoor Patronise. ; i I m. S, ; CO : i :
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LARKINS VETERINARIAN "I found out after he came. east that . .. J:3: ;
he wasn't'fall,that.I": .had thought he / .
\ I fiord &. onvia! Sti Ploi,6lY'Formerlywitb'Q was-but r thought! he loved me .nd ""- GkNER.AL ':
j PROx'OALs.. ."111 4 M'. It 'ie m d:/pitiful.for',him to1 be up ..G.llat'sTOI, WialP jl.ot? 'f' I ERCHA..NT&' ::;: .jt .1

Bids will *>e r.cetieaat' the of ; I'here' and alone'-wlth'ae'oib lo'cpreand.aLtrted'to'bstrue"ei ' -Centrally -and ':. !i> 'MARINE RAILWAYr 1 h r, iijoA ".
De'le'Mang.nWo at ARn\viI\
fice ot'1e..City Cl rJc.'- until .7.JO cobs after ,, ;: ;. : ;I.I } ? BUILDIN4Vfli! ; ,j
o'clock, 'p,. m. Thursday'June IUt. ,.BpahtahtAmerican war ai actionw. :'wTbere "... a>>llht''In:Amos eye M : 1 MATERIAL, ; : ,>, 1 i
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'1912 for, the leave of foot of, Pet.1'0tda'Street .- veterinarian for tb. 10th Ut 8.:. he bent over:her.<'*rAnd'now that he HQT. liD CDLDtWITES Uf118ttest'Toc.oritS : ,, ,PROVISITS? t'' 'ii
at North .Beach," for ".Oevalrn. .r '_')" "oi has some One else to love "hlriir-; cant 1 : ', 'WArENp': ; ICF I" : \ : '
... Bath'House purposes. i 7+1. i'I ."A you'pltrtne -AnveilaT" 1 Applunoei and : .' /6ti : / t!: t
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ject any' and alt bids. ,-,---- ---- -, I month lat,F.Ci''"A ;ItI.,>..a-\-Ain4tUa' ;TB*. IPLAO.< lint's'LOt1EING' ( roa' t. ? 'f 1
'- 'I". By order. :: ot. iS 4ho! City Cou*ctLB. .\ The 'MorclujT,'.>oum"V,Delivered l4 going to marry: him::And';when I .J'I }' \ ': 16J1'FRONT STREET, t' '.I.* *& ES \ t< }
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b Detroit Cleveland l % St. Louis
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t ) DISHES 'teaspoon of flour and at the last foldInthstiffly tiM lame of'burht borax put la a dish a rich well sMsonedgrary' add the tomato pulp drained ''of extra '

t l i ; MANYvDAINTY :: beaten white of 'threeeggs. or"bowl with on. teacupful of white served with It Juice and one-half cupful of 'grated AROUND: /

\ ,. . Bake In a s\ uar* pan In a slow: sugar, the same of boiling water;' I cheese. Season' highly with paprikaand .

J ': If. ,1 : : oven tot one hour Coyer with boiled grat* H nutmeg into this and let cool; add salt to taite.. Fill the tomato

4 ALL ioRTS OF GOOD THINGS TO Icing and: decorate with halres of walnut .bottle and shake before using. Dose- cases with the mixture: : sprinkle tops .

: ; :. ..." ,, SELECT.. FROM.rHanoverGm .. : meats. ? give one teaspoonful. three times dally. HOUSEHOLDIfQyESTIONS with. bread crumbs, add a nut of butterto CHOUSE; !
J \ Risotto.-Parboil' for ten minute's one each and bake half an hour. !

: : ', : .! as cup of rice. Drain blanch with water r
.Steaks the PrincipalMaterial and let drain 'again. Put two* tablespoons Tape for Hems. .
Salt will remove a fresh Ink stain I J
i pfbutler In a trying pan The use of tape for hems for children's Sweet Muffins
{ ; for Dlnnel'-Nut Brown One-h&lf cupful of butter rubbed to from a carpet.
: trim In' the rice, add two tablespoonsof :yokes where they: are closed
\ r i- BreadAlmost'ae Good a. Cake (Chopped: onion one cup of thick tomatoes makes a very neat finish, as there are a cream. OnebalfCupful\ of sugar

t'V Coffee Parfait. one and one-half. teaspoons of no bulging double edges, and It makes Stains may be removed from the stirred Into the butter. Add two well Fish Is very unwholesome when not
"I salt little where the hooks '' beaten eggs, stir and mix thoroughly. well cooked as well as unpalatable.
a paprika and two and one- the yoke stronger clno tops of kitchen tables with vln-
Hanoverian steaks are little ham Add one cupful of sweet milk, throe
buttons attached. I
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halfcups water and let and eyes: or are egar. I
;, >urg steaks, broiled and well season- and three-quarters of a cupful of winter When making meringue use -
eook slowly until the rice Is tender Potato balls which are sauted In granulated
ed. Over them is poured at serving T, flour. Three teaspoonfuls
wheat -
rounded
sugar in preference to powderedsugar.
and the water, absorbed. Take Up on butter. after being boiled are dellclous. -
time the following sauce: Brown In i Bacorr Curia and Corn Fritters. of baking powder should be ,
a hot serving dish sprinkle over one- I I They should be served with
'' one tablespoon of butter, one-half cup half of Cut breakfast bacon In very thin '! sifted into the flour after measuring, .-
cheese of
cup .grated stir with a generous sprinkling minced pars-
i' ;of finely: chopped onion and cook fire fork and serve very hot. slices and remove rind. Place In a hot and the flour and the baking powder Salmon which Is to be fed to an Invalid ..j
minutes. four tomatoes cut In and the cooking shape, in ley.When into the muffin mixture .
Ajld Curried Eggs.-Hard boll three pan during I making baked or boiled custard sifted together \ should' be wrapped In greased t
/pieces, or one cup of 'canned tomato. eggs. Make a''' white, sauce of one tablespoon curls, using a knife and fork for thl.P. /). the milk to be used should be. Hake in gem pans about twenty: paper and lightly broiled.1' 4t: w'' .

.Season with salt and pepper; and add ,>6f, butter :'one of flour and' ,!,:a1d on white. paper. scalded and! set aside to cool.. Their, minutes. cleansed: .
one-half tealPoon'of 'sugarCook; 'for .
: one.cup, of;milk: >Stir till thick' and make'the.custard in the ordinary way) Window glass should not be j

"tett.J* Nut minutes.brown bread la a delicious adjunct 'smooth 'add'one-halt teaspoon of salt PLEA FOR MORE BOILED MEAT and it will be perfectly smooth.If Baked Halibut Steaks. with soap as this treatment renders

( and one-half teaspoon of curry: powder. one cupful of vinegar is put, Trim the steaks, lay them on roast the glass cloudy. A little borax or '
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*' slices thin and the sauce' and pour over slices of little the Value of ;:/his Methodof cloths are washed It will prevent the cup of cream, one teaspoonful of flour, warm water.,
of cake. It maybe :
r very toast Cooking.If I color from running. Iron when still one tablespoonful of butter one tea _
Into sandwiches with
made cream
damp and they will look equal to new. spoonful of salt and one teaspoonful An excellent substitute for cloths In
cheese. To make it, use two cups of I
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sour milk, one-half cup. of molasses How to Clean 011
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through Ignorance of its nutritive the flour, add tha seasoning and dot a chamois skin, which hould he-
In which has been dissolved one I&l'J'e't' Cut up some little potatoes in an old value or because the cheaper cuts maybe I shorten the time required for cooking with the butter then pour over the wrung from the water and passed rap
teaspoon of soda: one-half cup pf kettle with water and put in the lamp' : the latter vegetable add a pinch 01
used, here is enlightenment: cream\ and bake fifteen.,,.mlqutes in a Idlyover the glass. .
: sugar, three cups of whole wheat flour burners and let boll {
o ,with the potatoes One of .the most eminent phlslclanB baking soda to he water in which quick oven.Keep.Mtdll.ta. -
hr ;lone teaspoon salt:< Mix thoroughly :all morning, or. longer If they are very) of Carlsbad boiling Is by far the they are boiled. This used Judiciously
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7.4ln; < small pieces, but not chopped, over the burners. Then take an old toothbrush That It Is most economical since nd I' and tender as when they came iron: and Qrlddlea Like New. ,
and then remove it in the usual way h
L. which has been sprinkled one teaspoon I ,' .then put In hot soap water be4 I I the garden. housewife knows that every
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t !t '. _'. ' bread pan: and bake in a slow oven I feather ts nice 'to clean where :your!) pieces for boiling, every good housekeeper New Kind of mass of burned grease on the outside 1-
for one hour. brush. I have cleaned Syrup.To
t !a' cannot use a and sometimes on the inside. To clean
./ Sugared strips are made when mak- ray lamp burners this way: for :years. knows. make syrup that epicures can them' place them In a hot fire until Both water and chamois should be
I with small Income
r 1 Ing the rhubarb pie for dinner.' Rollout After they are clean they: look Ilk l Thi family boiled or not tell from genuine maple syrup they are redhot or until white ashes clean and the water.should'be changed .f'.f'aa
Income should
t I even average use boll dozen dark corncobs In often It becomes cloudy. A soft
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: ; \ Instead of expensive steaks 1 Ion of water for two hours strain th cloth moistened In alcohol and rubbed
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spread
nq f 7 that I read about twenty years ago tq .cold wash and you have a new skillet
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SB one steps red : take twice as' mud glass adds luster It.
liquid measure on to
-t t" e. 1 ;' other strip over, sprinkle with granulated a household paperExchance. 6r griddle.:
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.. granulated sugar juice of -one-balf i
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)1' r : ; Pf : ,)melt and caramelize.1: These are also Cream of Asparagus Soup. needed-nourishment. : (to keep syrup' from turning back t. not to write for money, but his adviceIs of the wooden utensils in the
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For this the canned VI Replpe Boiled,, ) ; boll five minutes.; kitchen remember -
article sugar always to wash
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! } ;, \0' Drain ''the 'Into pounds and :.a halt for small family In making the above or plain, suga. them directly after because
{ I; 0 :vf', 'Coffee Par-fail.-Boll one cup tf liquor,: a sauc student, as the average college stu they are used
J Jti, ill" ;;'. "water with one cup of sugar until it p n:;and/I&Y... ,Cut oft the tips and ol 4e pounds for medium, should be syrup: It Is not necessary to add vinegar dent's father knows to his sorrow. if grease and dirt are allowed! .
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fl 4' :":'''1' x ,.,;' I the stiffly beaten white of three eggs, coarse sieve,' heat.the can liquor in i er's paper:; at once, then wiped. The are put togetbei; when cold and stirrer 'After wireless telegraph operators, them. ,
k' 't>' f I t tsad double boiler with three of milk membrane )t. then removed, the meat occasionally (not bolled-Home .ve ._
k of cups
when
r ,l \{ i" } cold add 'one'pint cream ,0' have, been placed under government 7-1 r._"
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stuffed tied and
shaped
I>! :, 1 blend two tablespoonfuls of flour wltt pertinent In National Magazine*
'} .. }, f', i( ,svblpped stiff one-half cup of very: regulation perhaps there will be room -
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'i w Ok.cotree and ..one-half tea- that something maybe done ,
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} kettle, cover with boiling water brine
9: ,,is .: : .of '>anllla., put In a covered butter and pour the heated milk npotIt about palace car. conductors and head Johnny Bates Is surprisingly *
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; Return to boiler and cook untt to boiling point and cook lust finally Gets a Southpaw ,
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4.1. \\i".1":': y; "It n stand for' four 'boQ,"' 'j gus pulp and heat again then ' s Wblte Nut Cake.Cream together If It W true that San Francisco women
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collecting a
: and tile more correct term thanboiled beef;I! en his twirling staff John; Ganselformer'
vii, ?f4" ,w : ; i ens-third cup, 'of butter;; one cup of tips. K- but It la ordinarily; knownas boiled i,. Clnclnnatlan
d! V'l: ;r;, fin. Iugar_. ,., .half cup of sweet < t' '. ..t' ". r t.r} I quire 4 portald8l',tbla year} and bas least the consolation that they: will are also to his credit and his "A. a.'.-

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JUNK 20, J012. I \ ,l \ 'f'w } *
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\ Don't worry about what the dayitsy: bring -forth. Read I ; .y" ;" : ,.. : :!\!.:: :
j -. lug Journal and go ahead.. anticipate one . I ,: .'
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Are you a Key.'West: Conch if so, don't'yo mind the '
.. . .bout-whlch-thCWlew"paperl.arual1tln&L..J'.9.'L1e: one hers and '. \. .:.., '.' ..
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could have been. This space has been ,'

Ttere'4' no 'use talking4pything about Key West people (' the stylish ' *
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from'home to spend the glorious Fourth of July. We are, 'footwear. = L. Stowers' Music House
t I. attractions right hire on the Island] that will pull half the ; --
ida to Key West for the Fourth. : :' ';, . . ,,,. -
will be un- ,,1 "

The editor of the Morning Journal 1 I. in Palatka this ..,-...". 011.. : 416 Duval Street. ) 'tl'vr . .j'
,. to d1wculllon. of making and breaking 'p 4nta :In the n8'W.pa no obligation: ,, *,. i . 0"' .

: Jt'.; the Key making West Is points gliding we along want at him case to-pay the particular sail (sales) have buy ,because and' for the next 90 davs will :tonj\ .,. .i : w

.. .... I down. look. It will -' i I .tain this popular Cores'Advettisern \ : ,.. "' "
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.t It costs three dollars to come from Miami td Key'Weet ; ,:, : ., ? 'n ;" : . \. .. ; .. .

but 1t coats five dollars to go to Miami from Key West a pleasure for t'z: i '. .(', ;...f. ': .. :.,..
-_ _ What's the difference you ask Why. the Florida Eat .' : : .. : .
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; knows that Key West is the boat town on Ita line, and It is to show' you .' '.I'i':'
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Island
giving Its upstate patrons a chance to see the Cltr. Q
doesn't make so much difference whether any one stops In too and.w hy we ; ,., y 'J', \ '
so the fare Is nearly doubled. But Miami Is a good town. J ,:.,:it .:.: I< . ., .t.
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and do sell i i.v. }'.. .' :r"hI; 'C ..tj
Sometimes we think the crowd of men direct the ;
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hall go In Monroe county and this morning Is one of the for .( ..j! : :i :
It Is very probable that we will think the same thing! over shoes :.: 'rI1 ';',,(':;-.":.:.' ..
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An attorney, through his appeal- to sympathy, may bring ... '(.'I'C-iI.. .
the eyes of a presiding Judge; but that same judge will not money,. I f'. . .. :-,: 'I .
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tears which a mother and sisters or the man who was ;i', )1" .
The democratic state committee did a good thing/ for :: . : "
(I'y well Gibbons when they refused to allow him to make the ::
(!I" again. He will soon bo touring Eu-rope at the expense of
: and getting paid for It at the same time. S, WAITE

::1, '{ Will Roosevelt accept the verdict of. the republican natl 92 and 94 Dl VAL ST: I sToEs r : .

F;: vention, now in session Is the question many thousands are ; ;

.... many thousands more. If he doesn't, the nation 'will I thi .
\'. Roosevelt Is a dangerous man and the poorer our one ng Hats Shoes ..
... . poses of himself, the better .will It be for the nation, as a ... '..
5': Bryan a reporter at the republican convention That's ... ) '1'.1
.line. all rlr/U; but ?;ro imagine: it will be very little reporting and FurnishingsNOTICE ... ,f' ,; . i'''\'',
I an will do.He Is there for the purpos oof getting a line on I' :: a N1; :
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very as her were planning to oft the ... ,
,.,. .p' Baltimore next week, but the democrats will keep their J :to ,
:,. You can never dell what Bryan has hid away In tho :back of ,. '" '" I 't'. ,.
; "', '; he's as dangerous to the democratic party as Roosevelt Is to ;,, v f ,
d. J large. t : TX.'TAX :PAYERS. r-. v iiftljfei' jii. '1/-':
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" Mrs. Bundy made a Olta) >S';''.' /lr :\h ;\ lt1'4'" .tit 1 S S. r

Mrs!:Hulton' wrist and $ :\V e.t.I FII"l'ba J.I. '.u b b.i edho'
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/ ''fjtlttoot.tep.out.lde" .: ,tbe1 j .,!' or1! otherwise,:'arei'erebyt'nbU;) :\ > ..become k n'vyn.'
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careful 'foots '
slow tops. : "t "r
thM'aafd'aveellment'roll l
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', 4"'" ":'. '" happen, '"I just. when knew.Charley something-... the office-ot 'the'*City"Cleric(,vlll' and-,be +? Repubhc ,1 of .Guba and ?wnole Pf i

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Chicago ,yesterday! she .. to: .the, public, .beginning 'of.'thetate' : bf t Florida ;a$ march=w k... 4 M
'June .
Anything teat t. homeless 'arouses Mrs. Hulton said 'wildly t 8 181, to and In- ,

GIl.'. sympathy; and a homeless cow I'O.g-get the g-gggunl"Mrs. Thursday. June :20,. 1912' for : ants who cam be depended mpoht *
Hulton' ' -
should naturally share in this outpouring purpose. .
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of kindly emotion But the night fought In a war, so she Clerks omce .will be open :: t .. '
+ that the McLane's cow lost her nappy diately the best method Ot .
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the said period from 9 a. m, .k i I.s '
borne nobody Inthe summer community Holding the family u.. '
head p. .nx, and from S .p. m. to 5 When buy from: Sowers ,
'a eat up and wept. in tender commiseration. length and with her p. you : : 'd ; ;t
other way,.Mrs. Bundy sat : Sunday' excepted.: Any per '
I + '. Just why the cow'should have chosen and listened. There was, desiring a correction a* above, you buy the Best, :is the general ,V"public's 1'

,'r' to wander from the comfortable be heard They passed the > file with 'the 'City Cle;\k on or '. :
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lay stuffed barn toward dusk when the sight on guard. ) ';r..e 20, 191 J, his petition to ver4i,. and :' spain. f" :
VcLanes' man had his back turned for I .Farther down the lake ' '
rustic City .Council; setting forth his The"MorningJournal'will. al . "
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a fatal Instant is one of the mysteriesof facing : ways- ,
f-- to'cald assessment, ana r
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bovine psychology which nobody can Spllger end her young .
correction: desired to be mad contain something that will inier- ,
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figure out. The cow. intoxicated by ing. absorption City Council will !n.ee at the ,
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her freedom, wandered far down the was ao great that they "
H1 pn Thursday June 20, 1012 eat' our readers. "' .
lake shore. Alter wandering for -awhile until something strange '
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8 o'clock to
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however', the darkness and thescurrying over Laura'. left /
equalising 'theassessment* and .. i
;' of small unknown animalsin Bur-master made It wild but ,. .. ..
proper correction., and will .
the underbrush made her nervous a* she leaped in.the air., from' day to'day'until all '" .. ... ,./ .

. I and she began::t4 look: around' for her Landing on-the"extreme; ..Id 'petition shall' 'have been ,1". ..j "'''. ''''I' ,, ., . /' ,,,. .
warm and coir barn, I II slippery'terrace;;iihe l and equalisation of assesments .,i ... ...'.- .- q>":\, ,, .J'' .'"" .I.. """ .. ...'' d.l
I In something like a panic she lumbered to the Capping),'1r&ten wlth,, completed. .I >.:/>' ,. 11" .'...".i.. ..,. "\','N.' .I' :'f'. '
along through the trees until ,platl.! ,. ,. order of the City Council '. : :_ : > ;. : :- i, -'.: .; : :,1 ;> C' 'V Vt
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she saw a light "AbaI"! said the Then' a* young .H. K. COLD, l S t ; .
cow "home at. last." I I. .._ensed the presence of City. Clerk. ". , , '. ' .. I -
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b The light shone from the cottage occupied . weird ,and ;inexplicable: .... ." . ', '. .
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by Miss Atkinson, a maiden of scalp tw-Uh'ln freering... w .. q. '" '
a considerable number:of rears, who leaped, after Laura ;i'_ t r ," f' 3F". ;w

'i' was entertaining at the moment three, they Arose,' drlpplBfc;and. .- .' - . READ. THIS SPACE ,[tw
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\ other staid and 'elderly wpmen,, at ;efl In twb feet ot water at i '. -- "._--- .
\. bridge. ; ;f a ,7;:' '. dvu\!! ,* -V : e .are' centlalhv"1icstea( sip' /' ,/ : ... '; :
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Just as one of the three ball, sale Fri the BpUgef Cottage a complete .6 / ..,.
Sundlki. ..
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disgustedly that she made ft spades tlonl5a-ru tlincs) : .,]auras : an r .-( f' ;.Q. \
Miss Atkinson, who, was"facing, the 'Ldeman4)) to 'knee.'the. 7 i ,y ' .. ''' s ,

porch gave a bloodcurdling shriek' that ltproaroGetting: 'ao Y''. GDICHARB you will not': have to "Read betWeen I. 'I. : .'
and her cards fleW ill over the room cadse Ke two' in .the lake; I' "; r: t
"A man!" she .Ble4:' "Tbere'waa. aral7sed> '';vocally' ,"he, . I .-: 419"Dnval Street."'' the lines" to f ee' what :. "' .
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a man peering I' througbr'.the porch Ittvestlgate.: W .. I
r . screen door! a'S disappeared' .'when/- '" MWhat do 7ou." nEr"b c .. Stowers Means. -
Jumped! *.d ;"I, something( creeping by" ;"' .f

Her guests tipped ,over the.cardtabig to. prowl around my I\ -
It"l --- -In- 4sing-bastfyLItabere' -'war your' .Present); there'.'.' :Tax 'Assessor's. Notice . .' :.' ,,;,>/,,,"Yo.".I .r:tI

1. l' prowlers at this flulet and safe.resortthey fut.POP.. of the little : "" 'Is hereby given.,that 1 so -/. '- ., '''-. i
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I were of the Indignant'"-opinion up the oily tax assessment roll '. --.- . +]
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Do.Then .
+ that something ought to,, Da done' About. '. there' was silence.Nothing . the year 1912. Parties desiring ., : f.W '' ,::"i1.:'\ ',: :::< t ,
t Its w hsppened. for.making returnu will be, far / ; :11
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One of the brave" of the four Ten and young Burmaster cat < '
y tared out to the'porch anda".: quararing discussing the mystery, ... lame by making application' at. .... II. r. .I'IfiO;t.
voice demanded to know ,who ,' "At. an Imprompttt mass City Clerk's em""... . t ,, V4
there .while-the.other support next:morning the eo $..,.E.!: X4. McCllntosk; I
was ,
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ed her with the earring knife and hey spend $50 a' month for a I CltT. '--'**:Ansenor. : : : : J ., ; 1 j'$4x :il r

)' r broom: -J'T. Tlien.tbey took, nap all : ,.Mrci.H: tGallari -'/1'I' . ':; O""W I'e-"r'-"s ?I' .Ro"n" I's '.

Nothing.answered from the silence the day to makeup top( .. "I' SI'.C' .. 'e' :,, ,.
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j' .'p' which 'made 'It all the,'WOl'8e. J'Tlie night: % *'. > .1': -. \ $;1 pnsur ial Parlor.Centtally'I .-.'.,.. ,'1. '., ., ,'/.. ''....t.. .;":,$<. III'
i ; ' the lame : .. .. ,.. .' ." ,h j J1 "
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Miss, "
a guests put Atklntos : t : and ,. .' .. ..I'( "; '.,: .t'f jJj"fI""i'' ', '. .,..... ,, ,I"l." :. ;',, .... 'A" 4 I'1' ..,t S .4!...=4\\\ lfr ,''I :,
the hot water bag and the meU-- and homesick cow had : oated./ .. .' '',. 'i!> ,, i( >i' \ ;i..1, ) II
I lag salts an4.10C1ke,4., every wlndojr; in gallop a* abo spied Mc .. Contealeot.,:.To.AU; I .,' '-.; 'W" ', '."i. r."" . -t',''''.:'' ',, "-r'j'' : "I"( ' '. : :'raA, '"Jr!! ': ;I// I"'Vr'",

r ,+1 ,. : ., the cottage..: the \.. Then held?shivering hands and'.wlUxfright. bolt- munching sad In'two her feed and AKD: COLD WATER, '.lm' \ ". -. ,_.4., -. """ .>;;.::!:;,-.....4.. -1IiI"!. rrall MQt! . .. .. '. . .,'if'. ...; ,, ( ,' ,' ' I Ij'1'I r. .., ,1 1'... .., ." ,If", 'f.f.jJ'" /:. .If'...', '.'C.'.t\t,l"+"'. 1
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l ..The UsKeruterary an uaher.,."1 did not/HBontradlct.the er "
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Furniture Co is Our Seryice fo-Yoii \.r; i ..
.. : ror gap,because end knew I''' saw.1 I I you could'give were, ..tnaI yes'- ? Satisfactort' ? _

much bett r..ta. than,.the ones. you : :

'IF I', Asks "the'following B,8.0 Ken is YattraMs 1 1tspr occupied., .if Not''wo want 'to Make ItSi :" .
Que&ions: "1t Waa e.rtahiia.bhindar:, on my ) ). ., : r : r
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Of : \ .. am jrery grateful for your: kladaeaane /" '!' ''it'" .:* '' ,i'j; 4\ .. < 1 r.,: ,.
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.... .. Damber' ot;people Issuing >from thethNt We want to know''' now \ ,
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>12.. P6 yorrpett! ian'-eitra: : Mosquito bar? .0'i' daughter Marie reached' :the little. rr' Tender our' ; ; :
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'A of patent medicinehad '
'.. ,\\ Western'oit3n 'Wh... theywere 10 patrons feels, tp.wards us. "We ") ," : "

; t3: Do-you faced an extra porch chair or two ftt missed chance connections cars and found, thus that necessitating they had la the Insisted street.on The holding.'police his were:exhibition endealworlng are earnestly Striving to please "Y{ ,. ... ,

spending the night In a strange place, prevent aim'and to,,!disperse. you Our drivers are Instructed : .' .
jDMyouknowJthat; we are headquanersjfor, :ereryhirig they accepted the with a the crowd who espoused the his.) 01'the'm.a to give full all instances.If "" '
r ,, situation ... .- weight '_ __ _.. #_-.___ .
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in'the'fuinstare line '. tranquillity that bespoke an : the'one that 'fails '
usher"opeaed tbedoorofth.cabnd serves you .todo ;o a1
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aoqualntanewith Jhe trarel- u
r P era assisted Mrs. Warburton to enter. /1 I). so, phone 211'at once. ,eV ::. :' .

\: .It matters not what: it is 'It'was 7:30 o'clock when they reels: A* be then. turned to Marie, A ..addeDpt lit.K .:

tied,at the hotel. They. had alnpady ot wind blew the door abut. The *
'' dined on,the train, and u It was too cabman, without, turningula. head d '
;i We,, .haye' it and at prices early to to to. bed 'Marie proposed .footed his 'Whip,and drove rapidly Consumers Ice ( ..
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. : the theater as the N clerk Informed away leaving Marie and the usher at JMold StorageCompany. ; .

that 1 them that there was a good play the curb. ,' .
defy competition. booked The struggling mass of dUiens '
ri for- that child"nightWhat medlclne-man-aad police-cametheir .. -...; -. . > -/ --<:"" -' '-' ., ---- ...._--= -....- _.
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laughed her mother, paine fondly at way with a rush and a panic ensued. '
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West her,daughter. Most girls that bare The usher caught Marie up with one f fPEACON'S ; "
ey Furniture Company.i been 'out' five tears and have had seasons arm and used the other to good service .t / .
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of grand opera and the best in clearing a passage finally he / L .
.''' drama would be bored at the'prospect succeeded in reaching a.corner which y
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,700 Duval fit.V' That Is Just why It won't, bore me," a dork? eaobfs Marie still '
r.' argued Mariebecause It will reallybe clung to her speechless and : .
such 'a novelty Do you know 1 breathless (retn.Urrar. When she regained SPECIALTIES .t.
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have never been In aa small a city as her composure they started -to /' .. "
S1; ORDERytSS. ORIGINAL BOTTLING &Hf thlst Sometimes I think." she con- walk to .the hotel.
_ :rrv.Unifornxity Unued.UuU" "that people In the t I /! should have bewi trampled to F iscbrnann'f Yeast Pim Olive Cheese '

+ 1 ,. .AliJ towns sort have of a life.more Interesting intimate pieces Uclal b.lbat,4. "'HoVvdld nob, but/or you* manage you" she" -florae" made( rio cakes Pimento CheesePhiladelphia , 'I..

o Her mother was too much engaged "1 was on the football' te&m'tt: Har- Dr. Johoccn's Educator Cream Cheese .'
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Tard. he laughed. .
In freshening up bur toilet to follow
her dugbtera train of philosophy, 110 Before she could reply-a cab drove dockers Sardines ip Mustard i'
Mart: mused meditatively oD'IU. In up to the curb and Mi's. WarbAirton. '
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general and her own life la particular. looked anxiously out;,:e Kippers Herrings Crisco .
.. J 1 '"LV [ZSH; : Y Beautiful,, face and form, charming "As soon as succeeded_ In making Boneless
Sf: the, Driver lib, said, "I Herring' Fjne be
i( and attractive In manner, she badbeen understand: as can Fiih.Flake; -
'' of! courted and mooed but not won, .made htm drive back for"you"Mariegot Penn Mar Syrup
; ljut !Moats
because there still lingered an- Ideal Into the cab; they bade

lover In the fancy of the young girl. the usher adieu and before trey-had .
:whiskeysexcell- and the suitors In her train were allot finished their conversation wIth him Telephone

the one society t7P the driver waa away again.During NO R.. PEACON Fleming -1161.' "
[fence is always-aa- "If 1 could only meet a man the journey westward 67 -William! St. .
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man's man!" she thought "J still Marie found her thoughts often stray- I .
mitted without maintain my faith In the existence of Ing to the usher and the Incidents of ':--+_ : '. .
such a man-somewhere, and that 1 the evening. At Los Angeles a round I.l SUMMER SCHEDULE '
shall find htm-somewhere. It might of:gayeties awaited them, for the oo- NO 48 SEASON 1917.:

question by every: happen even In a Mtle. provincial town. casloh: of their trip to the coast was UAVAN'ANASSAU.: PORT TAMPA 1IAI11. AND XJi.Y. WEST: .
' like thta.- the marriage of Mrs. Wnrburton'snephew

man"Who knows. The lobby of, the little theater was Ueqrg-o( Ale!;and.er.\ fwp' or. peninsular anl.nccidenta, |C.: ; t tea sOip Company 'f
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I crowded, and as they stood awaiting three days t 6rbr. e.tt'c'addding '..yarl'was ; .
the history of conilpcd to bar bed with a cold; t.: S'S S

v \ but nt the hour ,set for, ih. rehearsal, United Slates Fast Mail Route for Rey: W".(, hyena, th. whet ill': ,

Did I I. ,W Karpsr' WMey cbe managed to appear at ,the church Inilles; sad haarau, J1.b.mu. .-
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as*sue was. to. be D'l of the brides Via leyVoiit aDd Por t.TII. Inl'n, :" 'f. ,
maids. As abe entered the vestibule ProfOll'd .allmlts! 10 effect on dries abowu, 'Subleet to nblnae and .
f Here's \ brand thatfyou: :: .c iu tld.: r she heard a voice. saying "Miss War- IIIdlvldl1111 flOI'I"OIU'mf'Dt'without' notice, ".-

I !1 on'ulyay: ;:the Jdtid.uf i wii i i burton PORT. TAMPA.KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE.
key tine turned With a Joyous little ex-
that .
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the11l,1Lme O li > G Grte' clamation.. Tampa 'r;. guns Tbq, j:1: '11.30 P M : .
.y ". "Old JlnUI't :yl ama.bona Ode usher this; .time," eoen Ar. Key West ., Moa fI' Fri I" ,5 a. I'M' 0 ', .
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ili, bringibealtkand: good cheerwi \:}'-:\ : he safct.,"and I trust nave the (ocatiott Port Tampa; wrdLv, Key West "Mou'rt lI'rI r 800.I'MI.l >' '
vFOIrSJIlB'BI ofthe !,,P.W"hDld''syour cousin Art. .. Havana If' ue Ba' !'\. l<4 / ', ' ". .<1'
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: ( \\f ) 8tL1i10'( \ ;JI.' 4f teU.youtnat.e.were; ; :to, walk dawn! '// '.. :t tJt; .Hle I .'..'S.., ').'".t..." : \\ : tt.t..6"t.., t.., "'....&' ,.. '
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5' ,L. I ; + bman"drove off 'beforewe ' .. '. ." ." .. II -. .......".',".._"........ .., ':"'. ..

i could,ask yourname": . . KJt\'WEST!, r: .. rrrlfey pYe ..y IhJty Kxccpt Sundayl ,. 0 90 AMp .';;1 :t"J'-.J tdrPHerMna
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HAVANA '
: : rhrt 1 bat. piwbprei 'i\ad'4the\ advantage'be :; Dully Kxoppt jRondayi 6 BO 1" .';
1 said, "I was sure you wereMarie *nr. otle Apr 8. 1S>'n' t 1+.. n"vtn' '''''. Dally l'xoopc.Iunday; /, 0 S,*AM ire t, '
{ ? i .. ,,: A . Ar Key; wet tally Kxcopt Sunday ..180Wben"i.orllbhourdronncrtlrlg
: pffiN'B' :B Warburton whose. picture ,1 I'II.tffj\\'}
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11 had seen In George's room. Before "
( > irahi l is more' than S(> inlButes. late' '
ship
I could tell so the cabman droveup
:you
; will not leave Key W.U'till! lI.l' .. '
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and then drove 1
;KE YWEST AND : away again. .
: MIAMI Above bouisrip .Und cn9016lt4trkitinSurdatdlimp.) ) "
) called at tile hotel the next morning
lutormlUuD .. 1o r'm i gar sod )i. Iglil >*u to to all" lt'I.'lI'he' United Slates '
s ';,.4 AKINC: CONNECTIONS WITH but found' you had gone Cuba West Indies and Xab n.ai tLetrluHy' luinhlnd iipoi. apJ.lluUcn.ClaP. ')| | '
"Whn 1 the correct time, !toga?

; j Mallorr" Steamship pompaof to and from. New York, Mobile' QalI asked George,'coming up to them. "101, .. L. Myers, Mauacet; l; J. : I 1 1 ( ti f. C. F. & P. A. ,
', watch has stopped. Oh, I am glad. you .
and
I Tampa < ."t two hato met at 'last!" JACKSON VI I I.K. FLORIDA..
Lhen 8t amBhip} Conapaar Philadelphia, Jack "How Did You ,
Manage
Charleston.. onriller ,
"Half past seven, replied Rogei1, A. C. ELGJN, Local AgentForSesbs
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$adTampL the his watch, which be still .
services of an usher Mart remarked consulting Ti\V i\nt\ '
fif 5ti O Steamship Cocbpao7..Ha7aDa, Ker West and Nassau.iamsiiip that' It would be some time held when George had passed on to

W. JUoa..FL Mfera ami the Went,,Coa t. before they could. be shown. to their Join the others. -- -
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r A light trip down the Hawk Channel l getting a full viewExtension. seats. He pressed tbe spring and the back --.
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'f.; ,,A .. .' I, ''Here is an usher! eicUlmed theelder cover flew open. ...
\ woman, Banding her' coupons to "I suppose. he 'said. "I ought to
AtMsItory a tall nnely-form man with dark show this" '...,.,J[, " '. ''.'':< .- : ':\i4': 1.
A.E. Light ourn you ) ;m'WM !,o.;." 'INI , 'Ih'o
1 tar Dock eager eyes and resolute mouth. And to Marie's surprise she sawn : t.. ;{ .: 1: '? :
He eonrteonsly reeelred the bits of the watch a little picture of herself l < ( \.ffMi: f 1, f, '1' 1.
j A' ;.' . AGENT pasteboard;' looked at them with a one she had bad taken when' she first triI\T'-t.\:\ ( y'ift1I,:! ; !:( ;,...{\>. ..,.1.f';! .Ii.1 1i t Ai1.1 '

"". . ptuzled'pucker on his brow and aftera came out."George. ''?}- '''''rfl.t'i; ).t..1, .tI '" .. ,1.tf/o. '; M .
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it to be explained Ijii' ,, ;{tft\ "', i
I a momentary hesitation said: "This gave me ti F"' ):;
'1 I, way please. "and I have always been longIng 1 ,: ,AA'' "' >.,i'I" .,; . ', "". d'
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towels He showed them to two of the most to meet you." !.::. ,
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desirabl..eats In the house and informed And In her heart Marie was saying, ." 6
6200.Tuiki h towels 15c each them that there seemed to be 'An"I" have always been longing to a .

Turkish'end" Kitchen towels at 4o each sou. mistake In the tickets, but bethought meet you.*; 1 ''

these seats were better than '
,|75d piece mosquito netting ((8yd pieces)53c t'r I,,the ones they had referred.. Fashion In Canes. ,r I

5& ,Turkish bath mats 29o Mrs. Warburton screed that they The manager of a cane and umbrella LS L
were. and as he was tearing she reminded !
department in a large New. York concern V 'll/IIIV 111,
,iI 'Bathing suits 39c, 50c, 75o and fi.OO him that they had ao projrama was surprised"at tile question: j

A iiline of boys, men and Misses sun and He fetched apologized them some.for the oversight "Is there such a thlcgass? fashion in .
there is. The
canes T" Of course .
i'f ;liafs'' at lOc, 15c and 25c "He looks rather, unusual,for an straight canes, with knob handles 01 .
-/' \ .. usher," said Marie when he had again all shapes and made of all materials,

yj left them. were ao he said "all the rage" a few .
,'l' l "In these little towns explained years ago. Conservative men wore
C&: P. MARKOVITZ her mother "things are so different. 1 simple canes, but a miniature band. .
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presume he". the leading social '
r'' ti master's batoa was easily disposed of. .
:' light. Then came the thin, switch cane, anda ,
,, :* "' 704 DUYAL ; STREET fie doesnt look like a society. few years' ago nothing sold better ..

:. -'< ''.' i/ man," ruminated Marie. than canes with straight handles.. Today
After the curtain rose the usher returned in fact in '
everybody: wants a crook handle Doors, Blinds and anytbing

.' ..,'r $. and.occupied' the seat next .to, cane, and there is a good reason for buildiiig matrial, as well as all kinds of hardware ,.
her mother.Tbey.Burely
the style. crowded. subway and elevated -
have odd CUlltolDll In ."caWon EUGENE ALBURY ._
a 1 ridEast Coast / trains and surface care where a ,. ----- c---
Railway towns," concluded Marie and then"she man must hold to a strap and has only' 10512: }'lemIDC'.,. Phone 3W(

-\ ,, *5 .-.,.; ',. became absorbed In the play. one hand left for cane and paper the , .
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'\ .- Corrected to April T 1 12: When the curtain fell after the first crook handle comes very handy It '
THE3 OVERSEA LIMETED: Dail. .- act, her,mother asked the usher some hangs at the pocket .over'the arm, i CEMENT '
: LOOKING AT BAh OF : .
question, and his reply led to a discussloe
and Its shape is graceful and sensible.
Leaves 6.
I'sle' .:Belch',\ .;6..a. m, Ft.* Pierce. 410. ,a. m. Ne" Idly.. Aa the.curtain again:rose, In,many years. .
she cod JdD't resist stealing a surreptitious c" "iII'Dt't olllt'its' ,Tbe
: diac quality. '
It 'f ,8l0Daytona:; 9:00 a. m' St. Augustine 11:30acksonvillfc Their \
>> glance In his direction. 1. \
I1. [ ; 12:45 p. m. Carnes through sleeping, cars eyes wet %His were eloquent and appealing Girl I Wine Rich Prlxejv'Mlss : d"4! ,'>' test of use can only determine

;7 est to'New".York: via the A., C. L & S 'A L withoot with a look of recognition. It 'Marie Gertrude .Hand, of. Ibat. Our oeiieni, lime\ plaster '

.'' Ser West Miami. ..amused and annoyed Marie that*she a Brooklyn; ; N. T., has Just been awarded and other buiMiag materials. .
;>n .Dining sae: .,Local-aleeper Key to wows of the world was confused bythe tbe. Sarah Berliner research fellowship .

I For; Leoal'Time) Card See The 'Ticket -Office'' encounter of glances while be was for women, the most valuable have' beeii .lifted iima rod again ,

: perfectly composed prize open to women' students, of, a nd bare HO "d their merit. .
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When the curtain ell for"tfce last science. This -fellowship baa a value I
nptll
,. Trove winlom bf orderiDK: J
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'" . time he assisted Mrs. Warbnrtoa with of 11,000, and was awarded Miss Band I
' u; JQ I T QWE.Jr SONS her wrap and -asked her,It he'should on account of her, investigations .of from us the neat time you need "
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; .eM> a ", k-ew f j get her a' carriage. She gratefully accepted the psychology: of vision whlea reversed any. \
: ll'" "' S::'; ,fc> Ctrntr Oreen* & Elizabeth Streea. his offer : : accepted theories 5n the sub I ti', '.
p' .. :',", Ifcachanl. -. (arin. B....... e'htalcbe ad If L t1 mlr r "LhlnkI'hinat'in&* an,,. alptaaitlon ject. hills Rand hal been "a specialgraduate I f r JOHN S 4 : I
( .D '' &:diTPROVISION8 H...... II" ." be said a* tbeywaiud for the student<< tn"B17D"'lIa'W'or" :, LOWE JR. ,
t i , ,..., .r..I.\' last tour year, .
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I yy : a irk sMfr ...V; NOTED; FlO IDA .G.ln' i It-.ae was). engVavlng In this>hape,of when the fort(Mr'I shows', 'ranPU '4'4444''.; .t? .........t.-. -..-......+.. .. t. .. ....... .. . .. ... ..!. .,. .. .:'I ... 0\:". i.1

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'mooed -t>avlsvpllaged lh 'r rl.fp ,
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. . Yillaflei.. Later the fort was rebuilt and named ; : : ,'if: 1 .
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ht. .. .. I .,.....;o ,'... ,' "104I \ .: fedgrnlfi' '*ernm.ntttand'i i toWntalfcedchiefly' .* t zIF .; ....... 1 S.I1" ..g' N. j ( :'I. U'u' >,
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Hu0uenota In 1M4 Was Rand by I Thousands of persons visit It annually. I ... . ... y/ .. '. '.. y ," , rt' 'Y!;
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r' the Spanlarde and Ita'lnhab-. tJie.In ,its early life Augustine'' was ..)ibJy:. i, '?yl f .'.yHEXCUR. '. '.- .," ', d I)., ,\ ." '" -P' t' r . . ... .. 1. I I.( .
I most cosmopolitan1 city In the :4U' :, : tai .
Itanti : 7 :
.Killed.; 'land and.all...bocause, o(** mixed colony o ;' ". ". . '- ', ... <. .. ..,: i'. .v t j' ..t.
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.I : ot MlnbrcanS. Italians, Greeks andaauvea' 1 .
I Bt. -Jbur'centarlga I \ y '.. '' ::.p\ r. sy '
. ,_ Augustine
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'" t%outiern'Kuropean! : countrie .. . ' .
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known 'as J ( ,
ago an Indian town. Beloy t ,
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brough| $qhe sUe'in 176 assborets .. "
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,stood on the .).. of Mrhaf I."now"Bt. ; {Iro \ '" .. ; \.

. ; ,.Anguattne.. On Baate'vtSuAdfy.( 161X, owned" by.li&kUehtap;: for, an indigo lt&1llta.plantation They ; .; : ., .. : ::: ; I: :'
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Leon .W' iiii ;
f? ;Ponce de ;search panlab explorer' " "a.ttlad'1nNh'1I1IIn'DaJ'; :! but soon rebelled ".; Key: S.tr"t0" Min ..' It" I''. F
'landed there in <0f< the FounItaln : :
-iag ln 'employ . '
band *ti If belf; English 4i . ''" I !
:tad of floundered Youth. After through the htt.aattdy men<< ; ....a., 'T at'ploJJ: abjy\ ;,was the 'first or- r I ,.l.... .. S .: .. . . ..
,1it.North \ '
ganized labor strike Amer ..'.. .\ / ."' '-'.. .

. i I among swamps the of scrub the vicinity palmetto and, bathed tramped in' ica.Moving' t, ,,'r k +. :'. It! ; f'. iI. ./ . '.. ...' '". J' .... .....rf.! .. ']": 1".1..1.', ,' ,\ ,
.. to fit. Augustine where : ? f- :

.every.came across stream, ,without pool) and success mud hole... they they tor'I they were,, allotted land and given pro.: ';. t'41 k SUNDAY UNE.'jWE. TYJ ; ; i l li
ecUthe tndtg&) #tAUon.9Orkdrs: <. IRD.r'
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embarked Unmolested'and the Indian 'Tillage remained intermarried :wlth;- t b$ ''Spanish' -and" i, ;j ?' : "il,
by white men for .
English relldenu' and! tbelr descendants ,
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i more than fifty years .5 .. %: :
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form a large "proportion of the II. : '. I"t, ; ,
A colony of French Huguenots land population of the present city. 5 I !' .. '. ., I. :. .. ., ) I J '.. .... .. ,)' :.ii', .,; .f '
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at the same point in 1564 bu.tlIGOn' ''the : 'M" ,
', In 1821 United Statel'paid .i I t ). 1 .' .j' ("" i'l.
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moved on to the St. John's river' :.Of,more than ordinary attractive appearance >i .Ii': Ii'"
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Spain for ot
$5.000,000 territory
.The news, of their arrival reached Florida and 'General Andrew Jackson yet simple of -st.n etloD.f. .. :.. .... r".'.. :I. . .. '.. ,. .t. ""'' 11''.tK.: ..:". .,"..1 .'tt""').I't;. '\.
II. of realizing the waist shown In this .r..f i : : ". " 1.
Phillip Spainand upon became its first governor. 'design I , " I I : J" ."'t'" ') <<' t "
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t the .full import: ot the message which ,.will Mire equally well for separate ,. r I
/ Indian pirate, Spaniard, British Invader .. .; .. :' ,
. that of Protestants settling for the semi- I .f . '
a colony was wear.or -
popular
-each In turn has 'scourged the ? .' r '
''t In his new world domain-he dispatched town but after the passing of each: It princess development'derge: cseh-- ,," . :t." ; '. '. -, it. ,.."

1 them Pedro Menendec. to, exterminate has,arisen better beforeMchanged. If mere the, waist'Is broadcloth part or of silk a complete mar b used The Florida-Ea&: *alI =
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but each time Improved In character. :. < iI
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1 Thus second group of Invading From the Indian village of Heloy, turn. If Intended for separate wear, ; : vj|
Spaniard landed at the same Indian a' great variety of fabrics la.. 'avail I ,
...J. village on August 26, 1565, and because change through to tour the centuries quaint/ old p'town battle with, and able way yiii"' iijtt:: ' an excursion ; '>! I; .) ,

that was St. Augustine's day upon i The pattern ,(8724) is out In sizes it ,
the church calendar they the its foreign airs, St. Augustine has .become I to 43 .Inches''. bait '. Medium II ;;
gave fashionable resort measure.\ ; : Miamileav'i :
place Its present name St. Augustine, a winter size .require *% yards of ,J4 Inchgoodi't6r ; to M ; Key wes \ : Cf 4;j
oldest i ; *
I Is consequently the permanent % rard: of material ?6tnchde ,

settlement of Europeans within the >. ,' Pulpit Bar Layaoy.Boulder ,!,14.. '" of a ysTd of .J ADCh1IIIU 'Sunday afternoon at 5 :...t. ; ;
territory of the United States. The ! Colo.-The 50,000 will .of ..q.. ""Ia..ot ... ".pt u. fDch att.att.n : 11,
( Huguenot settlement was not permanent the late John I* Church, wealthy cattleman .. -... ..... - """" f

for the reason that Menondei and has been filed for probate in ....,. .sod D.p.rtm.nt,...._..$.01 0',..ttd.... b p.pr sere. to Wreel dve..L.llod .. ,,. : :o'clock, pn: train No.: 36. The ,ref ; 4 : r rI
hit men destroyed their fort and massacred t'be county'court. This will include a ,. auoD.r' .q'gatt f.. . : :
the inbabltanta. $10,000 cash bequest to his wife and I ;excursion :

The first fort was built In octagonal $5.000 to Mrs. A. J. Whiting, a niece. MO(724.MAMS' . az&-. __ will return
form and was constructed of the The remainder is to be divided among .' r-t, .,
trmnks of pine trees. It was named grand-nieces and grand-nephews: after .. .._._,,_____ 35 Tuesday morning : .
t San Juan de Plnos ((8t. John pf the .)In. Church's death.' A peeullal" pro. : . J ,\r \
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vision Of.the will Is that the nephews 4 _
-- forfeit their shares If they become AJfD t.0. June 25th. : ,
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