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 22, 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: VID00097
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
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VOLUME 4 N0. 167 -I w 1i 5A7UROAY4 JUNE' 22, 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS'' P ? '

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w , ROOSEYELI.Y RCESDEfEAIEn' $800. :OFFERED h "..FORJlPyillRDERER EORICADIERCNRCflFTORED IogiicA1AjciiArr: [ Ii I I






:; BY JAil AGAJN, YESTERDAY Governor, {} Gilchrist Askedto Marines. Ask-ForReinf', orce- 'IS si ARRIVINC AI, ;BALT1MORE.h i '



f't >. : is' Add Five Hundred ments And Get Plenty

.,Credential i Committee Reporting all Contents. in .to This Amount. : .1.1in'Short'TIme" I Wm. J. Bryan Will Arrive :Sunday, ''ajul, Personally:

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Favor of Taft FourthRoll Call Gives Taft One -Tempprary Chairman .. .
I .,; Fight Judge Parker as . ;:

.I >.V ..:. '. I, '!" >- Hundred' 'aha1,Forty One" Majority 1 Tampa., Juno 21.-The murder of I Bantlftgado'Cuba-:? June"Sllenant'Monteade '. 1 Wires Protect; Agafnrft' Parker- to Candidates :;?t!!i
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I tl. I. Manuel erez.-tho..lupioh-stand man, '' "
r- .' .. J. ._ ._. ..w..L-, who.; was hilled at'hiplace near.the \ Oca, of,the local ". '."

,:.' .' \ TEDDY ROOSEVELT MAY START ANOTHER. CONVENTION Company docks of, come the,Southern week ago Steamship remainsa styled guerrilla brigadier corps,general.captured Forrin the Vera.self- WATTERSON IS DOING STRONG POLLING FOR HARMON .. 1.//

'' .1.I i mystery; despite the fact that officer who had his commission as such sign ,
iii\r F'I.; ... ? . : ' have' 'been diligently; workingon ed 'by.General 'Yvon t. He carried a i

t' 'Leaders Say til) Taft is Nominated by "Franrf ';Deleg tes"" tho 'Several> hundred dollars revolver of a German, wilde and a Wires Chairman Mack a Warning 'Agaln.st'Outcome of

: in rewarde have been offered and It saber, wihlcb were eelsed.LcaderZehpvarCaptured.. .
Theodore Roosevelt Will Call Another Conventionat may be,possible that this 'Will causea Struggle Within Party-Macks' Says There Will ,

at Which he ,Will be Nominated due to be dug up. Lieut. Col.' Consuegra reports, ten be no Big Stick in Baltimore '

." .. .- Shortly after the murder Chief 'of. capture' at Sango of the loader ZIl'']-
: Police Woodward' was authorised to dlval and also that "Major" Romero -
". .- .--- VISCOUNTESS'D'AZY offer a reward 'of $300 for Information and 32 men have surrendered to him. MRS. MYRON t HERRICK
t":; Chicago, 111., June! 21.-The Roose I "I leading: to she arrest and conviction Marine (hot n..IU(01''III'lIt' I I Baltimore, June 21.-That Will-

velt forces.met ttaelr fourth defeat on -of the murderer. Yesterday: eta The commander! of the American ''I lam J. Bryan will, still light Judge

i;"a;: the,floorof, the, national convention' special meeting of the. bounty com- detachment at Cuero asked fur r of 60B missioners this mutter' was taken up nforcemenl, by wireless tl'11the national
i jhere.tnls afternoon by a vote convention, was evidenced
;
also and the board offered a reward naval uta'tlon< nt Guantanamo nlleRng ,
.. to 464 "on. .tbe. contested delegates here today In a telegram received !
that his
: of $500 ..making. a total reward of detachment was surrounded i I
reported :by' the credentials committees $800. by a large rebel b-iiul. The from Mr." Bryan protesting against

.. The convention had previously Perez Was assaulted by some one message y as.Intercepted by the v ire- Parker and stating: that he would ton I
while In ,his place of business. Ho less apparatus. installed at (Oell' I'alIUonteagudo's' \ -
votedryo'table resolution
the Hadley ,
L.,. ;) In lioJttmore Sunday to personallycoifdoct
'
( I was Killed with a piece of Iron plipo, headquarters and he
r h :which :would} jiave prevented any prthe the head of the dead' man being prac-. Immediately ordered' Lieut. Kjjitno) the fight '

f 1-contorted. delegates voting on I tlcaclly knocked into a pulp. After and twenty mon to proceed by waterto Advance Guard Arriving. ,

any?of' the cases ,reported by the cre- I committing: tho crime tho place was aid the Americans. The 1'111'1I'rt! The advance guard of the convention -

J f dentlala committee by a vote of 569 xKr I robbed. Tho murderer successfully! on the cutter Yara. but' when they la, arriving here on every train 4 I
hid all clues. Perez was found tty arrived at Cuero they found the battleship
to 499, but the fourth roll call today i and nettling up headquarters' In varlolts .
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switchmen who beard the groans or Mississippi had already rr
parts of the city. Proposed
bowed Taft a steady gainer. the dying man.A. rived and was landing forces. L.mt! '
planke to the
platform are coming
Convention Opens 12:20: p. m. Nlstal Spanish vice-consul has Espino. also. landed his men, an-1 bsr.tlz r ti In from many sources. The delegate\ ,:'
t' After' four days of whaJt.has practically written to Governor GllchrUt throup.1i' made a thorough, search of the surrounuding from both the Philippines and Porto>>

amounted' : 'to a deadlock, the Attorney McKay asking him to add country, but failed to tln-i !! A .lse ,: Rico arrived here yesterday and 1m- t

convention opened at lfc:26 p. m., $600- to tho amount already put up any trace of the rebels.Lileut. mediate.bel'llD 'their fight to. gee ty I )

and 'began actual work. After a by the county commissioner and tfie Esplno later returned !oSantiago the Independence ot both territories .j,

short prayer, a report from the credeatlals Spanish government who are backof but' as the American com- admitted' as a plank In the platform. 4 .
au committee 'on the contested the reward offered through Chief mander insisted In his call for re- Ant-,.Wtlsona Receive Shock. tt. '

a' delegates of .the-ninth' dlatrtcrof Alabama ,, Woodward. There are good prospectsthat InforcemenltB, General Moniteaputlc Hundreds of decorators' .... cotvo 11 t)? ,'t ; .i'

'j' ; was re-ad. All of the delegates the request .will be granted in ordered him and thirty men to returnto Verted ;the &treeot*'lnto 'long avenue, .. r ', .

from tbto dl.triot were'given to.Tart which"event tfce aasa-sin will be Cuero. Another search was made of
by the committee, and by a vote- or worth $1,500 to.., the man. who, In but the enemy bad> evidently mad! red-;'whiteand.blue of tbe convention ;., ;;

If ,,005 'to 4'64 the delegates Seated. tonu.on hlnu-- good Its escape. yerakrohq $"aege and black' otlMar>tir\\fJ *&&
i; y.. 'In the -eonvenrtlon."t '" The American oltoera and men con lsndc hq aott.Wlleoal' ihpckeqv # ,ywhed.tdreyonr.t.rry
Credentials .Committee, Wo..k"11 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. pllmented' Llqut::Eaplno on the thoiough NraHsrrlek sth.iaNs'otthe MVI ; } \ o 7t1 t tbhthliln

F' 1 -?,BHshtJ.IteyTlghit'thW( -' . ." ; .. ,. . '" ,manor In .which .-they;_ "hto Am.rlcan smbs.sltdor to Erarr.s;' ,;f+ tbt141te r
: \ morning'ground t'>. ,,' ;: I I'I First Church of; Chrlat Sclcn'tlncorner ;,, scoured.the country,, gola fsqman?\ '.wbbcir: 1' +
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ged.ntlalteou.ml0tee: sbll.working Division and Oeorla streets. : hours WLthou-food\ :'IJ,
t' ', :
tL1Toh.: worK)' olntlaaeQ' <; eftU.atCommander'tbnolged -v 4.ee.an'sermon''. Altar m.. subject: :' .: it'll "T"> 1W+ 1' "?
vsaw
.ol1.tjhe. n. ,
'I:. | t"it' yuteutel'y' &: ( Ynuni'/w1Ca"rt'? w "
Including + tItAn' A
; . 'alt through: the' day'and aX; .1J yirtment y.naval' anao".ofthe'; FrenokWsba.e "Is ,the Universe ; "Wan arlsvLrl per'e y. e yy4 >K'' y ntidd, n s t1 ,
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IDvolvedbylAent1e.F0rve7 ii:, hey aoreMng'etlRddl
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f ).tonight,'aM '-tbecowtu'ahaa, .. WJ, w'a1ith0eseen ', 4 x. . aye 4 _
i' .; 'Dean;! decfdeXl' eteejrt. twos thoe (ttlt '" .. -'. <, .. ,Go.td.bText:, :! tr.Pet 3m .4 wlZ' "t.- dreete
t.i) 4 'lfdlashingiWr'uadTeae..Ale: contetiBSt ,.' .. .1 1I/cfQ1".10.Jlr'-/ 1 a.pparentJJ at_tnorn g.;b lreen! i. :, rmat.J -

J'' '>A"'b'repbtt.d: jro!tv: date tp. .wa. dqi: k i.'b1. '. .i' K... :" .... ay,-t.1-r. .,, .'iDI4M't1n&.' 'to I- .11., 'f6t-'a.pu .. .b..b.d, Oand'; tsl2rthid'nearTtpd'.vldllido i Mack''of' +,thri t OIJ 4emotvatTO qeommdtite.
.!:l} JI! .w;, }. .,_."....,...1';'< .".._' ."... ':'>;;oJ.<1-tifiiio; ,,.wr, 't l': \ stir NnwJ.dg.... Iat" t1 .. .f tolmfi c .ary Wabtersomt i '
.4'ft -:--- :' ..., { t. ReadlnE"' rob mvame place. 'op a been Tn Havana for nearly two gdduee '
,. ,'f : ,: N lNtlM, f.JloU: ; ..i 4ae JJr.: hA" !M61, .t'tbe Louprtu..K7.skes'tit'pleafor", F vud4gsfliar
< hIllt&'IIId1D..thel.-PIJ1_. r.f- Mooay..Wodaeaday and Friday trots and was : {orffanlslajr, ;ravoluUonr] 1lVflA! t,1t'anems.tha child b +democratb7!
Hatw war
7 and'drpcampsJgn In Leon Ceuta ; .
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1j.J Ie : 10. to-1)-a;:nt.. A'il ar.-"welcome.to force* .there. .:: 'di' " .
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tory of the tart force *o far.noot gs ; ridln ,on a T, at.l..prafa -IIMIUU WJHbackingln' r s1iz.n4agsgatnr{tt',.. :11 'f' "
". a twit la apparent from theUooset t7.;butt Ie.Deing' 'aonduoted'vsrpvleuy' :, ; the reading room. and'''rvlce'' \.. ; .t \ ,\. : .toppod'.M, t .pant;,poJot-'i' .. .:.'. iii; : '

'J.it., .. .,v.lt.yoicea. threatened-in: R .ose- by ,both. ld_"; 8.dJ'fW' are'led CONGREQATIOIrAS.If .; BAPTl8TLtt1rRCN.Sundsy ; ; jumped''Olt;'and started' aorox-\:m* _I t OQ.'ak pb4eegn'. .' !Wi : '1'.1.' ' .. .
t tale i.M.yar''lfrwrT''awi the campaigncenimlM.ee1 ifatHT. Q. S. and F. tracks to tho depots cb lJt1'u..le' : $ '.'>!' "
pfes ) 'Jt
wta'temeotto.tbe bjr' : "q 4
> ; .velt' ,.. school A. hi. ; 'J
J ; ,, conztsta ; 1.130 F. F. when brf was fait: by northbound 1mgl.no ... .," : :\ ." . , \- ,.. I
( night. of. some of the 'B. K. Darlington, Paster.' Hoffman .upen.nt.JideDt Preaching f-.
).
". Betting'' Favors Taft.Tto'tonrtto of.that road. No blame was attached AU of. thBpreaidentlaJ: candidates "
day opened, Wltl Tat ntoa t'prom-Ineat business men of the I Sunday school 9:30, C. 0. Lewln In service 11 a. m. and 7:80: p.- m.- to J the engineer by tho inquest have ',adquarters open today ana

cKy.1: whoTari condutrting a pm.lO'I al charge.J. Morning oubjoct:: "Tho Inspirationof ,
i9\ ,;i 1Bt.t'01JS' fa-vorlte.for reriomlnaKou > developments.A I tihelr au aagrs are bywlly completing
I ** service 10:45 subject Christian Sympathy. Evel1'ln8.
powslbr.lty of a tfelrd' candl- canvas ofVthe/cltty precincts.; The Preaching plans for the Doming hanp lgn. None
the "
; with .. "Somebody Hath Touched Me." Music Anchors for the Soul. .;' .' n":<'ORI).
MIAMI'S
: '.lue In the bet,1' toh'oroughuly ot the aspirants are so confident as toanJ''l'tone
second
i date ** a. people) of the city appear to be' by the Choir. CQtne and worabip.! with "3.w, .
: .. Roosevelt oMt of theraoees j leave unturned or wire un-
: ting. uud'CO'tar As the present convention alive to time situation as It Evening service 7:30. Gospel sons C. K.: W. Dobbs pastor imagine a porpoise In a water- pulled thai ,would be of aaslstanco In

t' : might alfeet'th.. .Florid' State College aervtee and music by the choir. melon.Held, towing and catching melons getttlng the .nomination. The managers -
'
ati".,4. Is concerned.-Convention la WlfW". for Women located in Tallahas Subject, "Joseph's 'Question: Doth :NOTICK: TO MOOHR -''<4veB aid salt would' bo nmun- of the candidates are very confident -
Slowest rentlonprocedure My Father Yet Live* tAle" aldertumnlc ticket, he receiving II in talking with representatives .
national con>/
In
'I _;f.; ,Ordinarily see. There will be a special' called
Tuesday evoning 7:30 Bible les farm of
such he
.. at Just antic on of the press, and each Is terrain that
West
of the Kay lodge No.
I ; ? ntmtiedrye.tetldent4t I meeting Qeo. A. McLane one day last week. chosen the first
'<' STONE OHUIICH. bra: man 'Will be en
-f' -would have been ( son.Thursday 734, Jj.., O. O. M. held at the lodge
7:30 weekly
evening Pt'X:
ItowK I"tIN'OX' PUN PUN trust In the
.. and' the only bu.lnC'BIIi..i:1Aiir. Mr. pa.1 lot. With this sublime
. ,
t. 'fttbe'tbIrtf'da1 rooms 'On Sunday morning Juno 23;
.
prayer meeting. tho Incessant rains of tooariy.pant tonventlon. also "keeping
During they
' convention today Sunday fir bool 9:45-a. m. are
ft rjth! '
.. ;remaining > at 10 a. m. At members.who posat-
choir
Friday evening"/,
prac
I lest week and the week
;' ot' vice ot their powder dry.v
--r.ti",: would be the aelectaon a pr- Morning<< service 11:00: o'clock, the bly ran, are urgently; requested to
tice. tho olough and pond wero that about a -
*" candidate' and adjournmeni. before: It l 18 estimated quarter
Identlal runa the full subject will be "A Tale That 13: Told.. You are Invited to. any. and all anent. Business of Importance ftll ds'wl'b wr-ter the pond to n of minIon people] have a hankering .

, ,;-( Now M'te. of ; the program credential: comtnMtee Junior League 3:80: p. m. of these services.LAFOLEUE'S CHA8. ,F.. WATHAL.L Bccy. dOlth.ot about six foot. A porpoise to see the workings of tbe4etnocr.U'
-repoflt ,
:''I"' "' require vote ,by individual delegatea Evening service at 7:30: o'clock: found his way tr'q1t1' the bay up the convention as about that
< r' /- may ot committee' on rlvor through the' slough and Into I mapy .applications for tickets have
', _The revolt the subject, "Divine Selfishness.
.
i MASS MEETING DECIDES
CI ,' provoke an emended de- PLATFORM the pond Whothtor' he was trying' to been repaired. As there are only,
rute. maT meet
will
The organcommittee : at
'' subject of the platform oat the watermelons or simply )piny- 'about lo.0plseater t) Available, there
'1 ( 1> .te. and considerable the .e.f' the close of morning: service. 'The SAMUEL TO HOLD CELEBRATION Ing with them. It 'm Inipwmlble IQ wJM ba. about' 260,000 disappointed!
,, I j ' '' list given below is made up. as well say;, but It !Ie said -that he was seen peoples As each and every applicant

,r rti d: "-\if'tha;: *oonret38fTeetaually! gets a* possible the 'first\ list has been pltcihlng the tlonf.ng! : : melons! Into tlio for a dick; t W a man without ,/whom
it wHlbeMate air and attempting to cntch them us the dpmofifB.tlc candidates-
l' !'?S-I, "Idown ;.to bnrtnew this week destroyed. If any name. are omitted. Committee I
l '' SIIItA1t"daun'l' there Is adeclsloh I Senator Has Submitted Draftof on Arrangementsis though' ho thought they wero mullo' ir Mark Tnlk.,

1 I.,.:!: .' '. to adjourn sessions until It Is by mistake. Let all rt'porr a: Plattbrm to Committeeon Appointed Which Will One who sew the )performance "ThereKi'lll/!| bo neither steam'-roller _

a. weelc. tivery effort' today warn dtI Mornln'g' service for duty. The committee malnta.lnv'' that the porpoise thought, nor big stuyc In Baltimore" declared

i I <1',1'I vreeled next towardclosing; up Saturday I : Resolutions Meet 1 his p. m. be was In a school of the biggest mullet ]- Norman BTiack: national' charlman.

I ndgnt.' Mr. -ho had! ever seen and though It 'of the vexjff
and Ora ,
afternoon; Qeo. Waite, U'J11q --
P' .' Another Convention. Mrst was beyond' his capacity< to el\t/>them On thjr question of presidential
I tRo.May''aevelt'Be-. leaders said:! here to- Mrs. .Moreno, MYs.' ntts MUj Not- Chicago; 111., June 20.-Senator The mass meeting held at the city lie went raying with delight' ana nomination"' Chairman.:k, sald< > '
'
< that if a candidate la DominatedSw' tage Mrs. Ketcbu, Mrs. Mclnnis; LaFoleltta ban submitted to the committee hall last night 'for the purpose loot manifested !it In the manner stated'Pun. .-- I "I have no candJd te. 'J have not

I'm' ',wLltter of "frund delegates Miss, Olsen, Mrs: Lampkln, :MrR b- on resolutions of the ropub- making arrangements''"to celebrate! I .!* Cords Herald.JA'KHONVILLkHAS. &" declared. myself for any man and. _r I
u. ..
[ \ ',\<, Roowevett irtutcall ..Ildtber.con..en- Inson Mrs. Tbos. Otto, Mrs. Pleltas/ lIcan national committee a complete the Fourth of July"In: a, flung 'Ulan- snail nOt: Several Meath. ago i d ;

; 1 idea ''w111ch.bewlll be nomlD81ea. Mrs. Leiach.- Mrs. Earnhard MJssLtllle draft of a ptatfdjrbi bodying his ner', while not largely attended, was : Glared' that any democratic candidate t
: BUKFHAOK OJ.ril.Jacksonvlllo in tho field
'\ t Wellacott. Mrs. J. H. Robert. flewa on natUma'legislation.One definitely among the eminent men ,
;t \ r .:;, an enthusiastic meeting. It wan' e.. .
Mrs. Kalclns, Miss Miipah Otto", Mrs. _' plank 0(1J, platform referring ] decided that' there) was still progressive or other wise can win
WILShN1INNEW; YORK A. B. Mrs. 'Benr.. to laju-ncUo,s, Is".aa4d\ to meet Juno 2f),.--Tho Jack- for progressive or otherwise cat:
Curry.
1' : .: 1-o' Curry.Pindar. .Mrs.- the approval or'f" atnilrei Oompers for time a In celebration which to and make\ iconj-mltteo" preparations: on gnnvllle Equal Franchise l..oal'uo wasorganised win for the' prealdel1cynext November :

Y' This committee selected by tho president/ of the American Federation arrangements' composed' : CONFERS BOSSES of La-bor. This plank would prohibit lIve body of wop; on, tho meeting1 be- flgh't' t the! republican candidates -
; : Wlr stewards. Is designed t<> be represen rous, Oeo. W.'Reynolds. Frank Johnson HerbertI. between
; of Mrs. ,
' ing held'at.tbe'home itf ed..J.han.&vcr:
: tative. k, the gran/Mng of idjunctloos; in oasoa T. A. Sweeting Marcy III>ar- amjn PQ.JYl! )
"..t .. Andofpoti- cornar.ut.Market-amiMonroo HLat-aemoor.,il ;> victory is assurec.
arising out of labor disputes when .
tr.sIll ; I'F. ,ChlWP1an.l. pastor. nail; Win' R, P-ortnr, and ". CgollI' .
.
Arrived'Ia't 6otham Thursday 'SUCh n u 1 wnuM Dot apa>>H wag appointed after which, the meet- stroqta Clark, Waeon.Uttderwoo' < Harmon
;., 1l MfNUt3TRETTZi no labor dispute' existed. Ing was adjourned. The comm :lieo At tills time tje pnrpooo' of Sftb or- Oayno '' or anr>;of 'a half dozen daric{

__ 1 IghtfOrConfer: I1ce WJUi The Aldrich: current Alas is opposed on arrangements will meet at, five pinl/.otlon: was Informally d'scussfd horses that hate' been named can ana

; Leaders Morning service 10:30 a. m. subject and candidates' would be pled- o'clock Mbit afternoon at tike office of and plans were outlined' : for the. phUanibroplc will lead, the democratic party,- to vic

'fi, .Democratic, "Christ the Passover for Us.. ged to provent the federal government E. Waddell, 124 Duval street. I livery work of t'ho lergue.Mrgiiothertne tory. "
Miss from going to tfhe aid of "nlna .' Uvinx-stonc Eagan The democratic committee. on cre-
'?" : Junior League lOa. m. one that is Interested In a colo-I '
r, NewYork:;June 21.---Gov. Wo'oai..iaw .. May..sands.and_ Ai 4eL..IIerJ1yCnrr') finances but to aid such banks as I bratlon 1 is invited to attend this chairman Olnt-and rtpatlala has little to' do. The dispute
)fl on Wilt oll\> delegatesand .
'i ::: Qllss :l 4New-Yorlrtoday tut anEgers: and'organizers.Sunday extend a gen.ne'profereaco to strictly :- meeting. between the Philippine
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school ?;30 p. m. Robt. I commercial:. business, "and to the -secretary pro tom. the Illinois quarrel are the only
I' a aerie of conferences' with political J. 'F, .Clark' cud J. Lea Kirhy-, contests that t will have to decile.
{;. W. Thompson superl-ntendant. millions of real producers who depend I I
& leader from tb.la and nearby states.HI
alml.'to, forward his Interests Evenilng servlco- 7t30 p. 'm., sutoject upon those bank"*." The plank olistlc properties would be made by. Smith Who 'hart heard of the proposed Tomorrow Is pected' to witness ,
'. l. .* "Ohrist on Poard tho Boat/: favors "a carefully worked out and the proposed trade commission and meeting, Attended and expressed a real Inrush of delegates and from.
f* . candidate (for the president :;
at the Baltimore canven- This will bo'a. special service for scientific em currency'-' the plank denounces that "interpre to the wom.cn:! present' their hearty that: timon: until Monday every ( /
i.Ut.nomination' \ seafaring men and flvnorme'n.: ,..'.eI A federal trades commission!I. favored tation of the anti-trust law which approval of the organization of euen train and boat into Baltimore wH

fi'i} len.V> Gov.W11on, ;, f of s arrived-' last night and I worship In the Harris High School.Good to take over many of the func- uses U to .suppress the unions am'' I a lea?nein Jacksonville and pledgfd ba loaded,'to Its capacity.

with music, fine 'Te.ntlla'tton. cor- tions now exercised by the courts to co-operative efforts ot wage earners their hearty suupport. Cutting "
1 Pf: "Ms ftlWt.OO11ferenGe', was Bend up. dial welcome to all investigate' the" cost of productions, and farmers protecting their labor from various interesUugytrttcl0! iNyfl: TION TO Tt1PIMASO1C .
lUte; leader. State '
( 1 aitor Fran-kiln-df1DlooraUo i/Roosevelt and Thomas W. B. :Tresca.. pastor. ; trusts and other! combinations or agalnat monled monopolies," and were read and. dicn'SS9d.\ '. /. *,,/. 1 iI.r. : IHIOTH KU' .
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i capital and control Issue. of bonds "we pledge'! a revision of the law )lll. ./
aborno -were: with the COMMISSION 01'1'JtYTs 444yR'evening' of
PRESHYTKTIIAN CHURCH. and stocks. The plank criticise the making such' construction Impossi aui being the eve '
t v\ goreroor' !soon-affer. 111a arrival ana > ---.."- i '** attitude of the supreme court which, ble." FAIUH IN k;1f/oJIAUOQNTINF"/ the! festival .f St John the Baptist a / '

yy'lt:, .was eald.that several! other prom- Street. tt say, "makes It plain that any act tt! ovP08f'8 the repeal: of the Sherman ", service comvmemoraitlye of this patron / "
Masonic Hall
df1DlOCR)* from up'tbe state4t Slrooivton interest shown bT'the hold at St-
11' 'luetJlt; With principal Mint of Masonry will be
him later Sabbath school 9:45: aa. m. Mr. D. on the part of 'the executive or legislative aww-trust law and pledges steps
lwere'expeitedabo! call upon of suibmlttlng to the t '7iSO o'clock.
brAnCh of the government to Increase Ite etrectlveness. opponents! Paula dJurch a Vhe/
,-- .\>*r .! Friend ,E. Whetstone-superintendent. .people! a new obartor. providing for cordially Invites In this Informal -
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th night toohtbntvhe 'Preaching-at 11 a.' m. and 730; giving countenance to trusts or combination It is pro-posed' that. the constitution I
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.:, nor : -It likely; I' will be confiscated a. an should be amended by a popular majority -' the commission fqrm of government way, all brother Masons and
,:' -W0U-M see Cbariea P. Murphy, leader p. m. i 7:30 approval'' of tbe thousand of mUlton and provide -for initiation. or the people' of St. Augustine yesterday their friend. to this servlco. la-ttianr .

!5'i; of.Tammany JjaH) before' leaving, the Prayer meeting Thursday. :.p. or water stocks and bond Issues amendments "by\ the legislatures, by a majoifty vote of 162 decided I titles the festival days of the taints .
*' ,,'k"'t! T m. the the Ma.ptrst .
eRy.- In favor of continuing: present Join tho Kvangollat and '
the votes cact "
ala Codiil'InvitsUon- to all who win ant will! fasten them forever upon or by a-majority of 1 ,..
Itb vteltioro'eTpeoted,.lt wa ,
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Other mrptero. allowed to special
are not pars
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Coffee A :
, .. Retailer, J' R. frlgerat. May B r.That Operated'Will for Do Comp the -Work, r.. 1., ' . 1'It''W'. i l j

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: TIJE; PRICE IS 25c PER POUND Iqt rrlL is.salewvill \ \ \
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for the same good, satisfactory and reliable article ? / '

which has made 'EL CENTRAL" famous for ;' /Jyou:: 'will have missed the opporfun- ", ; '

over twenty five years. ity o the summer if ', "c
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Think ot this if you want to sine dollars on the coffee : "
come to the sale '
which you sell to get ftrhat'you.. .
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shelves: may be placed M the box/ for \
., J. F. CARBONELL, Fct outside the house where the winds rd summer wear. \' \'
can pass over the box d; The coolingrcBulting / >, '
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: the cooler It will be Inside the box. \

IIKK8 HIS MEALS TASTILY .. as long' as yte pan Is ,kep full of If do
o f PREPARED, ana noD.. only that, watery / / I f/:' you: you cannot afford to miss "'" A
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fof Decided Difference tfi Will ,
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UuBlncHB Men' meaIB ; again this season.
Borvlne Found If Simple Precautions w Remember the \
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nut THE FflBILY. RF.STlURINT. / now soon. \ .
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HI family illomg roo *k / \ \
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.. i l-i'tre' brat and, ul'-cat family nofv / turn .It at/ right angles to the side COME SEE OUR NEW GOODS 'i '

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'\ : Our meals --lazily' prepared and / mahogany one with S here by the thousands
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"t are ; folding leaf which can be ,tufted up .yards and we want 3. '
A'-' , ',. we give you quick: service.' When.; yxou.,>wantr-* alnst-th -.back ofth. .piano... There you to get them while \.... ,
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ty years' honorable1' dealing witheurpatrons. or stripes giving, the or merely appearance a mottled of.the. surface texture Great Liver. ' M' 1" ''

of material, are charming. Then Remedy > ,
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effect of a plain wall with the added

1 .WHY XAKE .CHANCESEtSEWflfERE decorative. value which texture csupplf. The surest, safest and 1v '; Better than .calomel, :


/ / ? f '. best thing to put a 'sluggish more satisfactory. :' __thr: :*: :, "
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/I / Prune Jelly. liver to Pills Equally 'benefidd
/ box'ot half'round work and fo . ,.
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/ / -' .' prunes, one cup sugar, juice of calf a keep you well. '. aur for children or adults,
/ / Don't forget, it you ..'t' .., lemon, water. Soak the gelatine In a I '. ,
/ '. or little cold water. Cook the prunes until ; .. '
/ ': // '" \ y.; f."''fantI soft In rather more'water than will ,
X > / Magnolia\ Draught:: J, el'/You (! '. '.. i
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/ ; cann.lwlvs.1 get \i at j ul] . .t. '.' .,: T} ;;., It: / sugar, juice of lemen and hot water ,' q't'' .'" lI. ,.j .
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berg's saloon Also Bottled let It come to a boll, after which" .., -.I."i':. ,. t', 't'<
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/ girls, the molt durntlo 25o hooking Into'the liquid,''and heat, after which '. .PMF'Jll1 ; f"r
// / ;" made, four thread LINEN JIKKl* AND put Into a mold. To be eaten with KEY WEST DRUG CO.: : > > :; ; J
/ Front and ritzpatrick Sta TOE, bard to wear out, : whipped, cream.-Mary_J. Hall. Two Stores Key West tie Cigar ., <: ,I :
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// Tbe white of a raw egg Is the most ,. '(.. .,. '*/i i '1.4
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/ course, !lt will not stand water. Still 'No beds after o'clock. ;;;
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It Is hot alwayu neceeeary-that a oe I .. ,
PUCE OF BUSINESS IS ON I ment should do this, and white of egg: I J'' ""."'.";i/
has the merit of being quit imper .

THE CORNER OF -s SIMONTON & oeptlble I when' 'clJT.I Baker Bros. FROM ORDER US. YbtfR CREAM FOIL TODAY 'F.f; '

CREAMS OF EVERY.Fl ,VOi
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EATON STREETS. THEO. HOLTSBER6 "Wavs Btrlcklett.Spjtter"Inventor Is LatestElmer of the RESTAURANT; : AND. .THEY ARE. MADE RIGHT. 'p); I

__..____ ____ Next to San Cer1Qs. "spltball.;' has a "wave spltter" to fool -' ' I
.... '" the biff league batters. The "warespltter" : HO'N.i ' +
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I least two different directions on Its of Caroline and "

/ TELEPHONE 219 FOR .YOUR Dr way to the batter.. It has more. speed MargaretStreGets.Regular .. ,.. I ,( .r' "
W.O.KempVETERINARIAN' than tile ordinary "spltter." -- .

I ELECTRICAL WANTS"t jests' Strlcktett ago when'"lost"be was his In arm the'majors several, Meals and. Short Orders ...........,..............-..,.. ..."...........'..-.,..t.t.. ...j ..&'./";.....

.. LARKINS'DRUG :. :" .. a1l4'wa. sent to the minors." When-be '" \ I %

I I., .. \ v.f. - '.'i..,.....t'I./ 6eo1lf1! &. Olhii( .< Sis. PioaiSIB, perfected the,spltball,he went back to Wo Solicit Your PatroBajta.Gallat's t- Win: Curry'S Sonsro' (
o' ; ,Brooklyn and was a leading Nationalleague .. ,
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'F' "."J ,: .' ,. fortterlrjwith' ; D. 8; Q.; M.DepU ;-pitcher Several .eawnL' . t\\ : I-1- ,
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A < . -t' of ,nl"fAj veterInarisi for,tb.*JOth, u a. bitten than buskers, and ta 1 expectedto : Centnllr I .'rlla' :. /," '. ; ." J
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f -: a complete lime p. r oratory HOT' AID COLO WATER BATH '
.fit Drugs and "\ No directed! at MATERIAL,' PItOVI@1OicS, :' OOA ', ; _*.
'Dnift,;,Sundries The the umpire. The bandwagon has tofU .t LateR Tonsorial Applii&oM. and < WATER AND ; :
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."' . -, ", team has been batting and fielding In 1 I for the excollcnt pitching of Groom i' ",
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; good style
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r : i walked one fnan. baa the players and the Bostoi pop. club ;I.,
I" Coulson to the Newark defeated. I
' Brooklyn' made7rruns, 11 hits. ulace with him In his efforts to, con- .rathel.-1lke the I Ir .
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made 2 runs, 6 I) hits
,4 ,_ _,.And 1 error. = :..._ ___ tribute a winning team f lag of Zinn. He barflies fly,balls with ..'. -- -'" and 1, orjor! 42.51
: - ---- -- -' In Cicotte Hall, O'Brien. Woods;
Philadelphia: made. 0 runs 3 hits :; r judgment and aee.
11 .... Pape, Boston bas a strong quintet 6f ) Washington made 8 runs 12 hits .D(
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1 ; Stabl la also well fortified. The new I Pennock Barry, Harrell and Thomas. ,
I tS Phlladolphla battery: Soaton Rlzy I ........ o manager has A strong infield and outfield I Hlggln8, new Brooklyn catcher Washington. battery: Grqomo and ,(,' I
, '''. handles himself like an old timer. He'll . Henry,
f and Klllifer..Umpires \ I and what Is moN!,'be, baa the ,
;' players working in harmony. "I get a chance in a regular game some Umpires O'LoughUn- Egan.
Eaton Johnstone. "
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"Knuckles" Clcott the little twin.r. :r
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Is being dubbed' the "tough-luck
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Boston June 21.-The game played the box. He's got everything, including were again overwhelmingly dofoatod -
bero this nftoruoon ivcrve. '; hero this afternoon by tho Boston

s Giants and; the Doves was a great I Louden, last year's Newark Infielder .j' Red Sox. .
'. hit at Detroit'sthird New York made 3. runs 7 hits and
,. aprovemout over the ono has made a big 4 errors.

ye ertiay.. Th, Giants won today'sgaiuVby I, base and Hugh Jennings says he Boston made 11 runs, 13 hits and ..
will keep him there.
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a score of 5 to2. . 2 errors.

y N Boston mado. 2 runs. 10 hits and N';( for If the the release Clnclnnatls of tho will Cuban take outfielder$5,000 Sweoney.Now Yark\ battery: Quinn and 4 .,

'" '.: ;.. \ X errors. \ Marsana the Washington club. will pay Boston battery's;, Wood and Cady.

... New YorK nittUe 6 runs 9 hits \. that amount In a jiffy.' Umpires: Evans and Weitorvolt. '

'0. . and 2 errors v \ Griffith has tho Washlnctona'fight- -

;; Boston battery Pilduo and Narl- Wvt ing and huhtllng for everythIng. and Detroit 2; Cleveland O. ,
.'" likewise he's rather a nuisance with Detroit; Juno 21.-The Cleveland
don.New his chattering from tho bench: Naps won another easy victory from
York battery:\ arl-llllrd andS
Ceyors. \ \ Russell Ford, Ed Walsh. Nap Ruck the Tigers! hero today by li score of _
'N fi to 2.Detroit.
Walter Johnson and Christy Math-
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ewson are pitchers of note 'who have made 2 rune, 4 lilts and 1

\ 'Incinnati-PUtsburg. Ita '. been subjected to defeat this season. 2 errors.
\ incinnati, June' 21.-Ruln'rentwd 1'0- There Is still hope for the High 1 error.Cleveland made 6 runs, 9 hits and

a game.being' played betw Xl landers. Only a few years ago a Boston
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x .the Pirates here l'L.I team started Uubur and Stanniuo.Clwvdland ,
nine straight defeats and yet It woa i.
afterllooN battery: Blandlng and
w I the championship. O'Neall. Y ,
5' N 'N St-LoW" OK Clilcmco 7. Tbe magnates are partially: conrlnoed Umplrea: Dlnoen and Sheridan J
flt. 'Louis, Jane 81.-The Cubs 'that the championship season \ 1

., defeated the St. LoulsNQardlnala hero -. begins too"early, but they; don't conJ Chicago 8; St. Loula 1..
,, \ F Ibis ;ternoon t>y aNscoresttf 7 to 6. ;- t. template a change in view of the way Chicago. June 11.-The' Browns I''i-:

'). N 'St. Louis.ma'de.G! runs, 10 hlta and A. the fans crowd around the ,o.0fcqwindows : were dropped' another\T. .eg.hoeo \0..4.:. --it."Ii -f

.. ,.a errors, U\ ,' ". ;.IA 1 t " j flay"VM' ajftornoo'n. when-tbe'OhlnnyII: .; \:,1'0' ...'
" -- -chICago ode f tuns.HiLou snQt Pitcher George BeTU'tormertr; ot: "' ' 'jrfT go White Box 1.reatect' thorn by I a ""11 0.

'erron.Sr. ;-"' Brooklyn, bat '':'notified' Manager: :'Mo-: ; 'jWty,1' $ J.. S'ttauts' .; : i'- : V .I

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.. 6, 1909, at the Pott,Office In :: ,, '
September
ii .. second class matter .. evervthing'it' ; .
d! Entered a* BESTIin ., ,
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Key' West under act of March 3, is just one .
., to There :; is one .
a-week. Sent postpaid) there just
cent. and
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city for tiL't ids "
Delivered to any' part of the $2.50 for 6 months; Si25tor matters not what rio' ;1\i.-
for'$5 a year;
Union costs
Postal It you
of the ;
r any part + machines. '

months. BEST in sewing andexperience .. ",
Z ttie'best : '
Service, to get r' .',
Cable '
( 'I' Nev/s by Special "a initial outlay, .
an <
; more as
1' >, SATURDAY .JUNK 22, 1O12.' ', ;. TF_you have has taught. you that it.doesn't ciDS- . syou tt .... '

,'-t---/-,: _. '- Shoe need; noworaiticipate : -- :': .:..!.l

/ ' A SUPPOSITION. o.: one: as much in the long run. the"BEST \ o. i l

'i ought no long as he ('an. uphold the'hands Ii soinething that isotl : ;
believe every man whom ('lIIfteno buy
p y.'e especially those ofllccrit akound When you tlte'iwl ; )'',
those In authority, aml more of righteousness, BO to'.peak. Hul soon,'it's tpyouiinteresl 'console yourselfwith
t a halo '
universal uuge'.e' it matters no you' may .
.and i ,
strongly that when a public officer ; to drop ; it CHEAPER,, -
,. we ticlleva Just as bench or a magHtraw..baIUrr.'fI.l"r have bought .. .. .
be a judge on the supreme he should; be and i thought thatyou MORE
I whether he be governed, now r--
he la supposed in here have paid
which
hilt that you .
the rules by those who maintain find

forced to give an account of what possible.he has Judges done of to tho people are allppo e<.. ice the stylishnew i bu(*You will bad bought the best. 1'" r i'
his position wo'all if
.... 06and make commissions from that divine Creator whom. footwear.You DEARLY than you .
their onrneG
have received MUST bo
to they
and adore and in dhspensinq.Jollgment the Judgment New Home i.
wonthlp divine Creator, or Hue will be undernoobligation- I The
name
that
by the rules laid down by becomes ulJJu t. When that t f"

which they have attempted to dispense .to the Judge who '. .
instructions BESTin
In giving his / the:
great divine Being said "They' shall Judge the people represents

would be appointed to Judge the people He said. And when h.. to buy .becauseyou ,>
.actly what machines ;
JTST JudgementHe meant e ;. let sewing ,. 'J ..
with will not do the law It will "

:.. further commanded that Sl'KKIHW"\Yhosoever upon him whether it be unto death look. and cannot buy ,,\ ,
you ,
executed
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be command that Justifies for '
''t" Judgement. . or to Imprisonment.." HA criminal's gave no case until another time. The be a pleasure better machine than f.' '
a
Judge". of the people continuing a mply' that Clod; in HtAalL,. vUe Judge us to show you HOME. '
not :
does :
certainly NEW
in .
jail
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word NPURDILY: murderers to THE
circuit judges, should allow and why we ,.
that control
meant
lira no how
mont ever "which the judge;
just
over
conditions or circumstance has a direct l You can buy one.
until the judge sitting In Judgement and do sell i.
On the contrary<< "Ijet judge; can I
have changed. and greatest of all judges, to .. and that is
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t,_ command from SPKED1LY: 'Whether.It be unto deathor or "better shoes for i as '
executed position
the STANDARD.
ment be comment upon t
care to the
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.t to ImprlHonmcnt. coinmtndi; rather we' prefer to place the canejiiht less money. i '

the judge t ho disobeys thin of Monroe county, 'and let them draw.their Ii I We carry a' large 'Ii
the people farforget
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It is before should ever
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us of this people :
in case a Judge each .
Dun conclusions, HO that IMS executed HPREDTT/x: nj t stock of we

1 f' on him his that duty has an broken to fall In thn letting law, the Judgement pe; iple the of mutter.Ve Monroe. county will be In.betterposition GEORGE S.' WAITE 1 1 guarantee them absoilately. ; :. i iIII


\:+ to.lhlnfc.lnt.elltgepfiy: upon howeverrthat a judge oftlil_ .. Wehavebeert: t ...
for argume"tia111.e 92 and 94 Dt V AL'S"t.t' i '
\ will suppose of trying a citizen of this town. 4AU' Y 4-{ l\\ = .
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t4 ft'' '('county bo"lel4'1" forced to argunwnt's.Uake the necessity ,.also, that because of the ,ili- Clothing a's\' lioesd i > \', selling these' 'ma.. g +,
for: not to judge \ 1" ,*, -
And we'wlU suppose decide ";. i
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t .Hess cat a tnd toDVlit I!' the but at'ctwid'8.faml11.contipuee, the cane Ytntll'another. 'urne': 'i:11Afi. : tw. t'; ..4 ," 'of. . .' ,.. ', : .". ...1\ chines for years; there .

the ace *t4PEEDLY" wetruet'that!*%wlU ;1e'.a4mttteG.' :: insTbcie's'Ncthla \ > y' .
? hlauslble.itnd, : : an : homes---: i
ely crlmea'r mini'Key'West'
I . supposIttoi O..4DU' were 1wo4'atan; ,.ecua.dtoI'. ...,.. : UVi-A'JfP' *" > biundredsof; tI. .
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t ti" Ii n'ake./'F/ ere; elnstt6Jt > tre; ; '
\ I I.i"& *lf'I\\.t p : purely,Jo,:.lhe, 'tlheaaeoer'4utibsecond', ihan'.ie'astrangeew, lggln.tJdnhtonfw' It . .. ( : ;;;; : ;, \sold :years>;, ,ago,:>! and\ ;: wehavenever".yethad' ; : ;. .

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l !'fgi !5-r\tI. ..._ -- 1'> machineh(
,; ,. Jj.' .,:;..\;( >f'e, '> atesc,;awotneip/t!" tfil9df rnefowth : "\
Y'Thatl App'a'ts ": .
1 'I} tinned anti\ 'within j-cach'fat the'',time, Wml Upon hetcT'to 'de- ;; s ;, each' I ;
'.ticfen.o'tarehol: : bef\ machine.made;
wiio 61to.ha'fl' .
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certain'-'distinguished: ) In "cant a
There
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baa not'arrived. guaranteed !
the aecueed .
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fend ; )
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refused. :'11I -.. the' supposition which ire are'taaki' :, maD : '. and every .one : ?': .,case ; \
tired or 'womenio but: in
IlluBtrato. break,
t ;a
r Thisraae, Is Riven to; that the name judge :o : can't
rt !" : We will snimoso dl hfe.tlmethey
'.:' ; and nothing more. cltizeuof the <1tyht > '. : {?J
.
,' plU'elf'that of the : any.i
I ,: .. log, continued the (-aso life titp.e--g Uf
have
has taiftiiy a ;
,, t"f! 'nlU In both kasee' .( Ho case of the stranger within the city's na; \ refused to continue the the attorneys Inboth . 'J ; l\(1:(
.
'' ,' has ftubutnltted hy brokenpart. f
; ; 'CU.'f."" < : supposed to hate been whimwere co-vers.the .
\ there'sioth'Ing that
nee
reasoris that may Judge meal and
The In order that the people. >ared <
given of the I
been
have the JwlKes
cases conimnnils to ,
1 the better reaxons.shalt 11Itivlnc not re;''His|H'ot the iM-itton of the poor, nor hon- helps make a tastily .. Lock and Chain StitchBoth ..

said, "Thou thou Judge
Clod shall
people. mighty; but In righteousness meal so much that are popular are made on
of tho of the people'And prepared stitch so
the person the Judge and'bhain:
our In charging: the lock ORIGINAL and

thy' neighbor I charged; And your Me Judges said at further that time between, saying every: "ear.the man causes and his between brother is the BET groceries.For 1= either of.these machines. Chain In fad Stitch, they are Rotary both Shuttle the Sewing. Machines "

righteously successful Lock, and -
.
and judge most the .
jour brethren "" that kind. Telephone about 'U' "
and the BTKANOKIl that is with him. words the supposition" whichwe ever-made. If'you know_. not. ing,. ,
-:
few S
a <<
to state Ute case in just murder, and eachcase : '
Now accused of Grocer"
have drawn Is this Two" men are In jail One man Is a citizen ut ."Your and the Standard .

__ ____ had as the other. 'I New Hpme
to.be about an while the other is K and if shehasn't '
appears tried
.up..l to be_ most probably has one;
city In which the cases are continuance of Ills t:1AM8. on ': ask ,neighbor. She either,
the "
that
then your
The citizen of the city gets: a refused ask her. She will tell you
IB So
tliere. has
stranger the stranger
family is 111; her neighbor ,
of his ,.
that a member asking.that,,hlsc be bought.
the grounds has'submitted as reasons for the BEST that can
them are
although he could oi
believes
a continuance .tile fact that two witnesses whom he attorneywhom E. ROBERTS M 41
t .ao be < trial are had M
be
in his could not
help him connected,with his case Q

ho should time.like Bo to we have sink:'hoer, in the light:beexecuted of the two 8PKKD11Aupon commands: Duval St. ".
the Nr.leent 220
"Whosoever will not do: the law, let judgement brethren and Judge righteously

him," and "Hear the rawiea between your and the gTRANGER't.at.with Is :1

man and hll,1trothe.( ; refuse-to ." ;, ,ti ,
every 'apd .
between, pontlnwe one. cam,..
people "
i
him," OulcJ.. Judge ofthe' > ....r-<,' '*u .W"'*>' .> '. Roberts hasn't got.
I ... jaJ m > "' "If
continue. tile other ,, ..... .- : L. .
1 .. t 1.d .
/ .- BT: nealth, it, it'isn't in the city. .
1Y'1iP6.\I'itf1611

TRAINING .'GAMP]' 'Q8.'tJD1.resort, speaks well for their system. .'
IDEAL Americansare -
: Boston an4'Qbl.cago' -
TCh* ;-
the two"club*.that baTe m,de elJ'oCUI Notice' ,
"' .. ,, ,':.l lt \ of'lheft'ttatning toura'Comlskey Tax Assessor's +
; trip. I .
: am
uad glvenjthat
took Is hereby
several time liid"p ;"Notice Jr1IQIe
Teams
r
I ,. Managers of pig League to the coast and once to Mexico WyiTethe maklog up the city tax:i.aessmentroll r

.Differ on ,Question, RedSox.twice went to Caltfornla. for the year 1012. Parties c1e81r DIr
.
\ furnished -
Neither team'obtalned good result blank for making returns will bo
of Nap Iajol. a making application at
D In the opinion ___At ', iamb by

PJ.ce.Wh.Ther.. atntng camp combining the 50U"ClUBl1t10Iof'AlnaudrtarLa114..1.i _. the City Clerk's oftloe:' .. ... ..... Na6WeiasgosdQiJ&L'f ..
Quiet ..
------- --- "Like .
Coma --- - cC1l11to"kr ..
Attention E I ---

1 ; Is Players Little to From Divert Their Worli .. con Alexandria Ga., would has..the be climate the Ideal the place.water s-8. . City"Tax .Aroeitor. Serving' ,Machine ol .N --ntlOM' J;. w ,aa a>Ioe.Ihaa.e..', rM4aaa"aaoaa '

Other Favor Big Cities. I and the hotel, but'it lablta y>pulatlon ------_ -r-- : TY ......N.y4ii..\

and a good baseball diamond. The, LEGAL NOTICE. .**********.******.*..***. ': 11:1: ,j.
,however
What constitutes an Ideal training latter fault could be rectlfed 1-" State of i *
baseball teams T of a groundkeeper In Court of County A Week : ;
big league by the sending Down$1.06
camp for managers and players' ; dlf- ahead of the team to get thing In Florida,': Monroe county William. $2 QO :
Matilda '
league of .
Big like the Is small ..nd In ra estate \ ; hat fact
\ for in their opinions. Borne shape. But .the town Notice IB hereby given to all whom' ; ;' i .
.. .; quiet places, where there Is nothing lacks amusements. Consequently the It may' concern. Chat>on>the IOth day' You need \ ,
the player off tired of It In a D., 1912 I 'shall ,
of mighty A.
to take the thoughts players got of December ahd we are ml
i work eeme4nnnlu.lIy Hugh Dunn .
towns."L. :
Others like the big and their' to the Honorable
work. week or so apply "
4 their to eapeclally'a. Manager court,at judge of probate are selling "
I where there are' dlvertltemenU onerous, : judge of said adminlsy y : We '
ai break the monotony of training.: Borne: McQulre was a stickler for that I for final discharge of Matilda as Will- ,. ,are paid for. : ; .
.\ players estate '
because of having the trator of the <.
also prefer the big town oldoldstyle plan and that at the nametime ': or not we .
In addition o deceased; buy :
t. money I* taken In at the gate. walk: so**lgttt mile a day lama 'my final account : '
more will present and then '
I
/ manager like to change every' to their double workout..A.PJ ; of said estate. and them, : '

year Borne,so their player will get* change It '-waa a.caN.or "all, going out and a.ask administrator for their.approval. ; not. 'ewe ''SiM ?Stows'A,: :'
; prefer a pot.wher >mlng in" aa'the gainers '4tb. 191J. "
Many nothingct Dated June the' good
of cene. all ;
; ,Imbibe freely. of ,at Alexandria, 'wew practicallynotbing PETER T.,KiVIGHT,
may ceipt ,
I I the athlete Jj' ..\- V f'i; '1'J ;: VVNOW ; -J! ,Administrator; ; .: f
I -water* .
mineral evei/ Jrtimate '
the latter class are the manaeriof : l'. Macon na. ,an better. -. :
In
'CUrk .oI Pitt I./mID a training stand- : I II
Fred that
five- ,
; burl.Bill at least Dahlen of Brooklyn 'Re4" point-<< \ I weenun.etnre.
;) . of Philadelphia and Jimmy Me treme1t warn.' Macon also a That is Uie on.y kind ,
Doom .
'all but \ but unfortunately It lack.aa'good'a bIJ' ''If a""l'IIt"I\I.: ,
: ftVe. W I
Aleer of Boiton. picked Ot the Hot Spring. larger.city hotel a* la-wanted by th ltrt": o.n fur vouarr ov>r ran'oo: the 00>>. That+ Is : 'S: ,. ,, .' :,, ._ ;\\1..; .... .'

I New York have trained at.Mar- ueetu."< w>o'ln Ut on th'best. \", .'.)011 \Jara"lte ...ouneud.Jwyon ,. .. ..'.. ,:;
., wbHe the Giants have big le'-! ' and Sfaun dear Mao"tkctelLt . ... ., ..... . .., .t.. .. n"; ".
'lln. Texas, toes several .ea.on. 'TH'ifact . r ,- .. Kartla. W ,. .. .!....! !! !!.!. !. .! .u.,t!.!, I ...., . . -, "
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, fipKey :West(? Furniture 'Co. THE MIN TINIEST.' < :Julia 'TRAVELER KItte 'DwjMer. IN of.,ARMY' U,*.. "Is Our' Sipice Satisfactory r to :YouL.;: (' i\it ',-cr'f! -:::' "


tenant of iRfantry, Ha Maoortla : : ; ;
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dHll2DPJM Qlob Tiwtter.

1 Asks 'tfie following Questions: The United States- army can; now. If. Not ,we want to Make, it So;.:',: ,., :" , ." (; >;<, !:,: .1

... probably claim the .world's Juvenile : .. e.,1' \ !,
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I 'K. .. traveling rvoord by vtrto of-tb globe ., .
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"- trotting IflM Julia D. K1U daughter .. ... . < :'la Do you need a Bamboo, porch screen t >; v. , ', '1
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of Ldeut
WUllam p. KltU. Twenty; "
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. : Brat United States We yvant to know ,How our ;? '
Infantry. >) 11.
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Do need v :
p. yon an extnv Mosquito bar.? .. ,
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to Incidentally 'sheds, .
u,' "i 4 he..record a patrons feels towards, us. We ;:. >. i '' ., :; .
":3. Do need .- chair NEW KITE' FRAME' INVENTEDRibs strong light, open the mutatlona of the are earnestly Si'.V? 'l : "'"J j-.
", you an ext porch ) orrtvro ? army 'oMcer and the7 frequent recur thriving to please, 'tt'! .

r1.Did that reno of "moving day," says the Army you. Our drivers are In&rudted ,": v ,: '1 ':
; you knot we are headquarters for ..every. Kadlate From Circular, Dl.k of !
r .- , heat Metal Acting as Centers and Navy, Journal. to give full. weight all instances.If t.". .L
.tbieg 1n-the'fuToituni.lio. ?- piece Will Lest Long.A The child was born at FOri'LlIIC01II. the One that fails to ' 'V, .
[ serves you :
"t. - . ,:. !
... Ii -"..-... ,- N. D., April 29, Jtof. and WM the first I ,
1'
babybom. that pout Within three : do so,.phone 211 at once. :. *:. .; ,
. : kltoframe J which Umlnatei the .
"., E 'fit{ matters not what it:' is, '. 10p.ld 4nee. that spoil the Bight omany f within week two she had traveled'4EI miles: o <

: tltes'h.. been patented by at months 1.150 mUe.wtth; -

.We, ,haverltand. : r tit.:..'j>rices. Wisconsin sheet:;metal man.seta A'u circular a' centerpiece..f disk of. in one.Is.;Tear moth.13,800. S,7BO'miles 1p1J@ In; and this within shorttime Consumers Ice & Cold Storage ;

J I' 'to. .f \ _the.baby. hadt*-eled_from.North::
that: defy' competitibit II' ..... mass 10; Minnesota, to the Auanuo ,
; t ; coast, to,San Francisco and thence "
.
, - Iii,r. ....,t. ",, t r across the :Pacific l to'the Phlllpplnea. '' "

r '- .:: - .. add It 17,000 took her tnlles only to: her two record'years<< ,more making to! : : .Gompany.> ;

f61W' fliture>> Conn any l '}be7 {otal* ''c1I.W1o- overed'inthree, . -._ ,

L yeah, 82ti00 miles, or aa'average of : -- ., '

; .more-than 10,000 miles -a. ;year She -_ *> .1"r-....--- .. ,i; ..:....
.. baa kept on going;; and at'present Jia , t,, I.
I .700 Duval, St. l mere;than 4G.000.mU,. to ber credit.

This.youthful tourist, who could put to PEACON'S 'SP'EC AL TIES '. :
shame- Phlneas Fogg Jule. Verne' J,
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; ''' QI. j-omGmABOTT. :NG.. > lr,' Her tra"eUng.bero seQond "toyr, has of neatly foreign completed service !
Fleischmann's YeMtHom !
.L .with>, the regiments., *\ T Pim Olive Cheese. ll .
'
,. taad<.rio) c keS Pimento Cheese_ '
CURIOUS Y ____ _
cow is MARKED Dr. JohnE' n'8 Educator Philadelphia Cream Cheese

,
Y aZY3 Aldarney Holstsln e>n Whose Side Clackers Sardines in Mustard
There Appear Profile Bust of i
I Humorist Mark Twain. Kipperd Herrings Crisco .
x sic r \
This curiously-marked: cow .'..born Bourless] Herrings Fine its can be Fish Flakes ,I

JIIW on the farm of Mr. Walker near A.1b Penn liar -
Uniformity Nut Meats 4
-p\ rtJs.' Pa. 'It Is- an Aldernev Holstein syrup .

::1 i ii1 whiskey excellence Subatantlal. Kite Frame. I II the cow,profile on whose bust of side the there great hu appears I.,....._. __"- .. ._ I I JI
: '
morist. Tbe colors of the cow are ? pn/ine R PTTA.P'fYM' Fleming and . I,
I Around tbe edge of this are spaced
NO
is 67. .
White and dark As
alwtaysao- brown. the months William .
loops, and In the middle la, a circleof st. .!i.li; _
I
have passed the Twain bust has become' .
socket In line with the loops. fix \
mitted without more and more distinct, until .
Half a den Btlcki. all tbe name -- ----
today It Btanda out so plainly that the
length form the ribs of tho frame. SUMMER SCHEDULE NO ::48'SEASON 1912.
question by every which ia made by thrusting one end HAVANA .
of the sticks through the loops and - (1- NASSAU. POIirTAMFA; .. 1611 AM) KEY- WEST, ".
t I. man who knows into the aocketa.. This fclvea a firm rv.r'"V--
> lar
d'a and i
Qeuutsu occidental sleamship
frame with every rib of exactly tbe Company .

the history of sane length and guarantees regular -
even flying for the kite. The frame
can .tip covered with either muslin or United ,States Fast Mall Route for Koy' WI'Bt. ltnvtna Ibe fiost
Did I. W,. Harper WJilste), jj i ii paper and Is BO substantially made I Via : bleat lndiea and Naasau. Jlnriun.a
icey; and Per
i l 'taUlI J'In.
that it will outldBt many coverings ? 1 I'rot'o..t .allloll'.II1. el'reot' n'"PIC', a. ,
Here's brand dint dpeadoa even If they, be. of 'the stoutest ma-] Od"'III\.l' pod+ ahowe., 'Suit c io r iengo aDd ;
you ova i .. .. Ob"men' wltbdutbotlcr.' \ . '
'
;+r always; the .kind of'whU + t'a1"'. ,.'_h." #..0...,.;,L ..." .., !i1.., .' .!,.......' 4F J'i'11 A. .O.RT"T, MPA., :KEY .tWitr, ..ri _NA'WI rwrea

key that never di9ppjiati.. 1 It,, fy. NEW: YORKc1.AD' Il t1A: : '"4EARtYt J'l. vW VW;' t ,,) rkkw :. .', :t .fr.4; 'f! s; !: Poiltlnrpj- >,----T.t : ''' .' ",,,,",,','''4Aii" -'.'. ..'w ...,.
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the1sauu hqu9: Lt .:, "I .1k.. ,'" ySfI-t ;; Jo' '.. JOII I. ", r r '4" .
i brings boalth'aati. ftood .choer '- 'rt'' f aRtl., ltlowLaidrNoUI' ".It Ub0 ," .i.Q.fTl"'M t. ;' 'lwalni\ Cow':, .J:;' rtao.t .'..':fo.l'\ ,.,:, pa,., :twrtd BqWest j"" '; .wo\t't.M II! Irrl "4.: 1t"'" .;yr..,... .,Ir.r
:; ..w... 1 1vl'hs '' 'Jl ) _
1' 1a" ttor..I: Q ; ""'e':0.' \ ., :: . k : ''f'l..Ianaa \ :"I
;, + FOR'GR 81lOl fB6 80b11 .,. X" mslning! .',Oat.' b \epttom{i r- 'c"'IA', gland 1t J." '',,'fI,rt.r.: 1.'" ',)1:10-: '' ,f' '". ,!J.; .\ ''rolfi.u.: .. .:.1:.. .1'. "I'J." I ,f.. ,;'I- "'Jir[('r.'l,.'.'.r., .,, ,""..
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almost .
ootdwlQdarsawepingtOfousbChurehratreet .
'I'i :. . + an _perfect...... mbpotDfSCARDEDOLLI _eoUye w" :}" Tue'', St.t b I ,, .' ..
4pr.44 COObihk"' r'
: ; : ,'" under.Ura )U"' and ,a "'W': d' "" '.'' :- ' '' Wth A.r..x.y.West.I. o., ,_._ ...t II' : 'r
:. 1,. ,w." "'. A mall boy'....a. running along shiveringfor f ' , ? '", 'I' .wand' ..' Lv. X se bloat f' '.' 1 ITu"/S.t'1!,:' //!let'.r.! '1'1 l ; 'a 800 ;: (Sy'&, :"'FM. lr', .#.,:",1,,'4r+I
. 'of ,' when be \, : Ar.'Pert, RkmAa ., , ",!
> .; ;, ,... lack an.overcoat hbava saw'i . IS.'f OpULAR'Hiad r '" ',' ' ,-; wea'8.111I'. .'. ' 'e ClO 'x"4": '" '
\ a horse feeding from-a bag\Only t. 'f' I c

,C osland-I st a.mshipUna. a the few'! bag.oat.,.and were tbe left'horse hutb,:was bottom Jerking: of ( .. of Farnoui'-'t'oy Ppartment'Saya. i, KEY WEST' 'II' ':1fn.: e'we.'i: A 'Deny 2Jaroept Q 9o'ar ,
.ttIe..Glrl..of"Tody'Y.arn" for, j HA VAN I Ar.. Havana Tl'Dally
RoE1:
; Its, head pat tbe daJ'1.-p 30
I .o.to remnant. ' > ,.OI< Plaything. kiTlae. ; I EJreUTe. Anrt' 8,191,2 L..Ha..n".l Dally Except!: ( yet/
- of its dinner, that was out of reach of ? .. 80 AX
Ar. R..WeNt '
; -- 'bally Rxottpt
.__. 8un<
"''J :: : PiYIN6 6E'INEEN! I- YA c. -- ..... doll long i.i-arded by the Ju- 1--- ,( .. -so'Whoarouthbouud '.

venue matron of. tbe numery, I.t being will JoDlleollDtlralu 'a more than 110 nilaute" late ship,, '"
Dot leave Wrist '
KEY": WEST' AND MIAMI rehablUtated.Whatever . Key until 9.00i 1%m. arrlvln IlAttl6a a 1 U.YTtl1IC-a-.i.-:
.t the attraction of the soft Abo ve boor Ue bIPed OD 90b( Merioinu SIIIDdlld time. .. *
IntormaUun
woolly 'and flexible golliwog aa to psraencraad freight ratexio all Jillnt. In tbe ;;
or BOO United State .
MAKING CONNECTIONS WITH Cuba, Welt Jlldlu sod Dnhamatf ,
i ctctrlully fuioUr.rd i '
playmates, of
none them could :yield upon application
.,
:;,'1%. Mallory Ste'mhip CompaQ to and from New York Mobile.) O&lfeatoa tainable that Intimate from tbe soul human companionship doll. ob- Cbas L. Myers Manager. P. J. Saunders G. F': & P. A .

and,Tampa _
The head of :
famous JACKHONVIIUK
a toy department Fi-OIlIDA.
Bontbero Steamship Company Philadelphia. Oharieatoa. Jaokfooville
.
,
that the
says: of
arms tbe little
I Key West, and T mpa1' girls of today are being stretched out A. C. ELUIN, Local Agent

;.K'A O'Steamifaip Company__Havana, Key Wee and Naaeao.'Tom ; eagerly toward dolls of all..... and ..-

)** Steamship Line__Ft, Mfera nnrl tbe.Went Count. ./lies; so long a. they have human _. .
A. daylight trip down the Hawk Channel getting a full view characteristics. -
*
.d>> .tbe' -Ztension. The up-to-date child like lt* aides -
baa a craving for verisimilitude
| raAo'A. E At Malkwy la al' thlngs, and this Is exemplified In
: LightbournAGENT Dock tbe strong reaction setting In againstthe

: A Boy With 4. Hears various distorted 'and fantastic
'I- creations so popular of late. The doll
1 Its tonga ,Th' lad, aay; the DeW la coming Into Its ownagain. In proportion '
York: Mall, raq up to UM bone and aa it become more real.
j held the baa; so that Uie animal could High born doll, with all the appurtenances
get tbe.rest of the oats and be ahiv..red .. of wealth and fashion are
,to 156 Turkish towels ,- 25e<: piir 'the' wall Then he patted the till to the fore but are less favored q t rr .

26c' Turkish: towels -. 15c each bore on the none and ran alone' than the little school girl doll with It* 7 t
wbtoUlnc. atcbel and pinafore, which Is a veritable .
I' Turkisk aid Kitchen i towels at 4c each comrade and confidant. 9 Ibr

9 FLAGS FLYING HALF MAST The rising tide of dolls will be at ( ,
; 76c pike ll1O .quito netting ((8yd piecea)53o60o )
Its flood v1I! March, 'when a. great doll ,
'''It Turkish bath mats "r 29o Ii CUstotn N> Long Ago Passed. Fibre Purr exhibition, will be held In Brussels under ',,. ,
f
' I ly Military Uaag 'to FVbllt 'UM the patronage of Queen Elizabeth fl I"/t/
39c 50c t rJc
". j, JBtathin&suits; 75c.and '1.00 of All Khiilh. of Belgium. n 14 un

.*. -e ;' vA.VJblkljn9 of .hoys, men and Misses' sun ?J'oNtf' "y -1
: Perhaps :yon ..have noticed'> th"4(,; Efficacious. (
1- I'
huts lOc 15c /
and 25c41ARKPV1TZ
.
,
at.. whenever a PrOmID, nL'Ier.on dies es< Every expert pbotographerknows a
3 \ :J.<; peclally If he la_ onnected with the' trick or two of his own-So a lady !

fi government, Jlae,,:.fl ag. oa public build, discovered after taking her four-
4'' j.'t& fp Intra sre hoTted, only: part -of the way; ,;year-old daughter\ have her poe-
: up. Thtg Is called half mast Aid :you ture taken. + #.
ever stop to think what connection The child couldn't be made to sit

i. 704 DUVAL ST KEETfcFlorida -. there could be between a flag that was . The artist was as gentle as .
not properly hoisted and.tbe death of possible and tried every plan to

s a great man? keep tbe little wiggler quiet At last ForSashs, Doors Blinds and in fact anything in
ar'atnee-fIat rwere j/ It he said to the despairing mother: !
'I $ 1. has been the custom to have the flag "Madam It'you- will leave tbe little --JhuUdinfiLjnatrial, us well as all kinds of hardware -

of tbe superior or conquering: nation dear alone with me a few mment. call on'EUGENER. -AbBUR
( East oastRailway above that of the inferior or van I think I can succeed" I
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quished. When an army foupd Itself The mother had scarcely Withdrawn I
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'f'r'( Correeted to April 7 191:1SO.S6'XHE : down far enough tor. the flag7of-ttae by-the triumphant-photographer

: OVERSEA LIMITED: Daily.: victors. to be placed above It'oi> tbe I exhibited a satisfactory negative. 'oar alias, WE UNFURL OUR FLAG

I .,""'}*'-' Loaves' 6:00 pm.. Arrives Miami 11:20 p. mla sane pole. This was -a token not I When they reached home the mother rstreakw -
only of submission, but of respect. asked: "Nellie what did the man sayto ,
,West'' ?'$ Beach 2.C6[ a. m, Ft. Pierce 410 & m. NeSmyrna In those days when a famous soldier i you when I left you alone with I

: S.20 a. m. Daytona 9:00 a. m' St. Augustine 11:30 died flags were lowered out of respectto him'" "He tbald." lisped Nellie, "thlt M .
and declare motto-the
been .
his The custom long tbtlll. Illte rathcall, -111 thakayou. our tI
m.Jacksonville 12-.45 m. Carries through sleeping cars memory. agopassed :you or
a. p.
from purely military; usage to : ."-Youth's Companion.Text and the 'A
nothing but bee
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'change; Dining
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For:,,local Time The MM Office The space left above If U for the flag his father to church'' one Sabbath .
,. of the great conqueror of all. the morning and the minister preached wind and flood Oat your liuild'
-- Angel of Death. from the test Tin I, be not atl' ld.-
;r-- TJ. : ing' materials 'from ua and lava

: x, JOHN LOWE Jr. :SONS Money Wa Safe. asked Upon :returning"What was home tbe text his this mother morn- e yourself vain nfter rcgreta. .
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' ,C.tnrr Greene 4 EUzabetH Stfcea. "' i I f ,
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,:''Qe ial. iMa 0: .'M. tc kilt M.qlat galyra", Shlpr es &nPROVISIONS! LtllDbfbA Jsftne -Lefa'ae*you get tile peony' meat, then amwejred: "It's me; don't JOHN LOWE JR. SONS ,

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the right matt 7" The little<)'bid Madjy Practical-' Fashions'r 41.: Ytdi"Y1+q d 171 i PN.! f p,f.t:t p Iqd Oq d+."N 44N: .. ...,.-, .. ._ :. U ,1 .I

,, TO, laughed' inside, and .
!wedding ring' on' herflager.. iShe . o '. ', I I. .
THINK .had known the* troubled look was I. .' 1.: .' .:." I /',
because LADy'81fOKB/DBL3.B.? < V V J . .,t. j' \
? of a man! It nearly ,always1st I __._. ,. I. '!. Ir' I'' :
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the girl's: hand '' '
,8) J.. .. O. .o ,v .which tightened about hers, and .1. .}: ;: : : : : : : r.RSIO'N
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''L r.D.D. :, , r N KCopyrlcbt, 111, by Associated LJUrary ''"I went up' the- altar steps twice I, / ; :' .X U I I 1 j"
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Tbs was the.wrong man. .. ; . . tu
girl' seemed splendidly obllvi- i : '
but It.was the terrible .moment of mylife .. ; ,
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fallowtravelers .
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boarded train at Denver : :
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go with him,' and'. then I ;mercifullytatnted. ..
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baggage, and alone. She h&fl.} been .. I .. .. ;" .
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1 excited at first, but '.....th, hourepae \ : . '.
man.11e; lived only two years-, .
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' 1 case became quieter .but:(..had the two years: all the rest, ." j /
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more thoughtful. She leaned'' her before, and after, waW. for that- i .l. '. 'I-r"
cloud of gold-brown hair'back'Against and'I have rriy son." -- -; - '. Key West to MiamiSUNDAY \.' .
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II ,t. the seat I; and Idly watched the porter., "Then ,
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heart If '
lacing her sat a youth with his 'hat your you! \ ,1 >. *., /, .
let yourself be quiet there will in ', .
!tipped back He'was
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-- -- any great event be a*:IU' voice that I '

' a.playing-cards traveling man with.from Kansas-farmer Chicago, and will showyou" the right path to i JUNE TWENTY-THIRD : A '' '' : !
b ian choose. The old lady waited. : ;
old German woman. A little old : ,
I' The girl grew very pale .. ,, c ;,
lady,
perfect In feature and every detail I .
o t g' of drew, still beautiful, was "But If you had promised tour ,. i! .
fatter-when he.was. .:....., .
J' 1 t amusedly watching them all. Theiyouth _._ "" ; .. w-f" "
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'.' marry somebody, and you dytDe--to-l I __ _, ....' . ..k.J'. : I:1';: ''
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was almost time for to 5131I ,. .' ., .. .: '
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tented on- the girl ,. . ." .II".' . .
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him and you were all ready, and the ,. c. . Jill .,.. ,. '
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whole world knew about It,
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youth. "But she wouldn't stand
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'l'. for any freshness-from you, ea.I"! knew In one moment that he was you the r--: --
:lie'observed.. ; -
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uneasy r
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"If Kansas--and I lick you The Florida Easy .Coa&Kaiivay '
the
when were train west
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i and the lady In this round I'll show I I .
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'WIth your wedding things 'were lent on. will r1'1n -, t ,
that ctrl-m trick! And.tben what If thereal one forgot himself \ an excursion : !
the little old lady slowly rose and
at the station and-showed his '
made her way to the girl whose eyes heart?" She wan breathless and you white, to Miami leaving Key We i :

were feverishly bright. She smiled but her voice was very low. ... :
as anything alive to fineness must
The old lady was silent. :
smile, when the old lady took the seat "Whaf. wnnM.. .vnii An*" .Inmlvt. ... th". \ Sunday afternoon'at 5 ,
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beside her-not like protector, but .
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young voice. 'Can't yqu help me? ..

\ f as"Quite"Joy one seeking are
quiet and tell me about It. You knowIt
Then they talked<< Impersonally, in any of the exquisite ,
Is not right to marry where you excursionists
but with friendliness, as strange wom sheer materials that are being displayed return on"
do not love. Nothing can make it '
'en of the same .world approach each : for summeri; and outlines an effective I

toiler, the older woman wistful at tbe'fre.hne.s right."My to promise do wrong.?" dress which Is easy of construction. I. No. 35 Tuesday morning -

of youth, the girl wishing'fortbe J
"The dead cannot live for the dear I k
+ tranqulllty of age. The land'acape The pattern ('731) is cut In sizes 82 ''I
was quite dark when she spoke ones they leave behind. Your father to 42 inches bust measure. Medium June 25th. '
would not hold you to it, nor require J r :
again.t such a sacrifice." size requires 8M yards of I 60() Inch msv l I

I "I was-going to California" she "But the man-he cares tor'me. b'')I terlal with .U yard of IS inch all-over. J

paid. And then, brusquely "Did you has built home." : :
me a I I T. racer_ thta pttara.ed I* mt. Is :
aver do anything you werorry "Tell hIm the truth. If you are "Jt.ttAra D.p.tm..rtof _s pepor. Writ
for? I mean, really big thing "SW. .nd Mldma .ttial/:..>4 b. ..u. to .w- I,1
any ;
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sure about ask him to releaseyou. .in,sad wnnb oL pSUs d.j.'
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Did you ever make decision becauseyou I '>4!
a I ; If he loves you he will do so. "; 0
t' were blind with Ignorance, and If -he doesn't love you, that' also 1.cn.: ;:

.. be sorry and-scared after you had I would end .It. There Is only one N05731.NAME. . IIIZL______. I
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time to think r She hurled the I I. right way. It would be wrong to .. ._ ...... .. I .1"
questions at the old lady, who accepted keep this from him. Am I right?" "- ---:- \

fH I them calmly. She had watched I The girl nodded. The baffled traveling TOWM_._ '_ I' t '''"':
tot this chance, feeling something -man passed them his to ,
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was wrong. ' ,,, the dining car. n saT AND-MOU." .' .. ..0 .. 'l9

,'. . I "Yes, my ,.dear' child. .Ton are a rTATa-.._..w.i-.....,. ....__ R. I "f"" .' I. "E: '",..m. 00 :' ,... J.. 'I 1
tranger,8O.l don't mind telling yon. A Wisconsin dairyman: ,, l e.tEe. .
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j,t .... Once, because I f.t'1Jnea..1 cot off cows,, can be Induced to give more J : \ ; Ull.Jt! D" t, \ .1" r
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\ ',J,' ,,.;I ARCHITECT" '; : ; '1 SCOOP ,REPOR TAE 1fR The Gentleman In Upper li W Peevish > By' "HOP"" : \ ." ,:. ::1 '''

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1: I 'l, ) Flans ,Prepared for Anr Class 1 \ ... -"_' ,. ,(0,.,..)1" .... ,
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i prints' made' of. anything youwish. MaceuPWtaa .* was. 4 rtYn'I'
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I. '.rT'M': BRYAN' :1 ."" =- -= ==_ was iPtNtsIRAN swlaMl eDwtnt ,
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f 'Offlee 710 Carolina St.PROPOSALS.., If' WAf'R,30Nwlo
, a SCAM- p Wbop Raw
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;$1' for period one year.ThsrcltyTe
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,,': < bet. any and till bids.JBy A YYYqfMOTORCYLE "
t ,order of City Council. 1'b THe.DtSti .
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t q 1- r '0 DEVICE IS NEW dep l1 .uce. a deep black and will copy:.easily. 1
WHY MILK WILL TURN SOUR .
f ,Ti I, Now bo;;.." she said, "1 shall give; JaReporter
F each of you three ordinary buttons. Defined .. ,
Ffeason. UThat; Fluid Contalris Small Stand l Patented by Eastern Inventor f Here tbey are.".And she handed three I Teacher John, you may spell .-re Imported Goods i
Microbe That Makes an Acid. Designed Eliminate. Most of '
I I buttons to each member of the class. porter. .
From the Sugar. Jar Usually Felt. I "Now she went ;on to explain( "you: 10 ui-R-e p-o-r4e-r. .
f:1' : i must think'of the first button ni representing Tcher-Vel7 good Now'tell me Hand-worked Garments r
A motorcycle stand raised and low. r .
i Perhaps you have often wondered 1 Life; of the second as representing what 'a reporter is? ,1
why It Is Lat: If you let milk stand ered by means of a hand lever, has .
l I liberty; of the third, representing : John-A man wno, knows things before -
for a abort time, etpeclaHy In ,warm been patented by an inventor of .
Cba.t-j the Pursuit; of Happiness Tv| they happen ,
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weather. it will turn sour and become ham:Mas It la shown attached Panama Hats
: morJow I shall ass: you w nat the three '
unfit to use In your tea or coffee butt .I high: loop-frame oia; style mac'ulne, the buttons, signify:?; .
\ I addle of'Which has been brought low Oyster Soup. '
: It boiled and then sealed up In True 'to her word, the school mistress -
Iin' (: I ,'I'i' ,I" aome Sort airtight can or'Jar !it will 'enough for the rider to stand over it. asked the class on the following Pour one quart.of boiling water Into
('l' keep for' any length of time .in any with his feet on the ground. After day regarding "the names of the three I a skillet; then one quart of good rich Ii you have .been to our ";,
weather. starting the engine, the rider presses i.. milk; stir in one teacup of rolled "
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buttons. by
itoro I(>('enll". you kuow'without
',' forward the hand lever, thus throw cracker seasoned with
''r .. .. Many persons believe that a thunderstorm on/ question to Jack the i iargest boy of :crumbs peppet
.;,.. ing the aland:In its inoperative post- I and salt to taste. When all come to that
'1. ( r Will turn milk sour.< apd tf the class a lad of about ten years of Loir'U' told we
which a boils add one quart of good fresh .
you ask them what the thunder.
I Julius l ;Walterson i & CO. la nothing but noise can do to the age."Now Jack. produce your buttons oysters; stir' well so as to keep from have the clnsHivpt i tires! in .

milk you will find that they have no and tell me what they stand for' scorching.... ; then add a piece of goodsw the nbove mentioned articles -
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; SHOP The reason that milk turna sour )is I time. "Tbls-un mum" he said, look I t 1 fire Immediately; dish up and send to city.l
that It contains a mail microbe that I +Y ing at the first button "Is LJfe. An' table. .
In'the, city, and they makes an acid from the sugar in the this-un" holding up the second, "Is You fife Wants:
milk. When the milk is boiled these ,
Liberty Then his face reddened Curry of Rice. .
work of All kind
do i microbes are kUled and the acid Is I and he looked to be on-the point of Try this as a change; from hash. i (
on short' notice. Repair never developed. Warm air and even J New Motorcycle Stand.tion ; crying. "1 ain't got t'other button. Ma Grind all cold meat! scraps as for hash I i Mnnetliinn. that, IB 1)1 F*
, anything and electricity in the' air Is very favor sewed Pursuit. of Happiness onto my Cook the rice, and n few mlnuten bef} she likes originality i-
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S able to the rapid growth of these microbes the revolving drivewheel :
comes shirt. fore r>nal time mnl:o some rich K'nvy I t
everything. which are really a, sort of I In contact with the ground; and the -- I II from cicat'stock, or else some "white :In design and
Machine 'Work of All Kind I l plant and all plants flourish in machine starts under momentum. Thebrakhoe I I Home-Made Black Ink. sauce Heat the ground meat In this
just ns you do: so
warmth. attachment of the Bland pattern
I If you want a deep-black: Ink that I[ seaponlng with salt, pepper and sage
314 imonton StreetOppgsite'Masonic The acid which Is made by these microbes f rests against the lower part of the will hold Its color and nlll not unexpectedly or savory Pile the meat In a mound if she luiau't, visited our
In the milk Is called lactic front tire whan the stand Is in opera- I sepnrate Into Its Ingredients In the center of the platter, and our '
temple acid, and It the milk is good and cleanit live position and Is designed to eliminate follow tho directions, which are: 1 1I I I I round by the rice. This Is pronounced ...lore.0, would BUCCCBt .

,j." .- la none the, worse for turning sour most of the Jar Incident to the I Mix one ounce tannic arid one-half delicious and Is relished by all. diet I unjl'KSr' her
although it is not just the thing idput use of the ordinary stand drachm pyrogalllc acid ono ounce you
; R. Harrison I |n"tea. For some persons sour I lactate of Iron, one ounce sulphate of An eccentric MiiRRu'clmsettH) woman (Olio HO' :
milk Is a much more wholesome drink LITTLE JACK IN A DILEMMACould Iron one.half drachm pyoktnnul, one has bequeathed $100,000 to a horse all
.1 .than aweet 'milk and is recommended ounce tartaric acid and six pints of o' which may be considered a borne EL LOUVRE .
,,4 }: Highest Grade by some doctors (or the cure of cer- Not Produce Button Represent warm, water; shake the mixture well on her relatives. i
l'' tain diseases There Is a famous Chinese -"Happiness of Life" Because 'to dissolve, and then set aetdo< for n
statesman who believes he will Mother d Used It. few_days, giving it an occasional stalking A Chicago physician says street car V. MEN.NDEZ, PlOp.
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;E't: Photography live to be one hundred and fitly be- ;. Then strain the mixture lhroiiEh!': ', straps are -covered with every germ
,. caus he,'drink so' much sour .wllk A school mistress was trying I to 1 cotton wool and add one and one.half \ known to t-lenre. Boll yoir hands -- .

S ,.,t"; 'DUV STREET ,every, ,' ,day.. I'r I.I'r make clear to'her class the fundament. ounces of fresh mucilage You will| after strap-hanging. J gJoiJ'tnai: ..
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'...,.'.1 I". 'PAGB. .. iii.GIlT. I rOfIJ .KRr, WEST MORNING. JOlTUX 11"" SATURDAY, JUNE.. =. 1013.1. '; ;" ,. ., '" ..\ .. ." h ---
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:: : STRAWS" ,, ;./.r'y'rOited' ::, "' OLD<,,PRICK.!:'I. Wu:;a4'.\di NEWPRICBI'!,;''''. ..... .. ,II{t,
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f : : 12 p..Clear",, " .. ;, .. V. ; ; ,i"".r(;'", 45
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200 e. r. Clear'' 2.85
200 0. p. Frosted 2.56 2iOO
JUST RECEIVEDz. 4 o. p. Clear (sign lamps) 35 V VV ,,26.
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1.__.... '. W. ,L. DOUGLAS.SHOES -...... "\:. .. .'
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ers every pair guaranteed Brat class and up to date The' S, S.-Nuece will arrive from "
$2.50 for $2.25 $3.50 fqr $2.95 $4.50 for $3.75 Tampa 'eight' o'clooktM. tnofnln. The Key West Electric :-Co,

'. '3.00 for 2.65 4.00 for 3.75 5.00 for 3.95 and later clear for New York Practical. Fashions . ;
--UWaatedSocondhand--- .
of cut prices on W. L. Douglat' Shoes bicycle.. Ap- : .

Clothing, Hats or Gent Furnishings o'fflce. 20-3 WAI8T.w '
I ply at Mallory .LADV8 COAT SALES DEPARTMENTV
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'THE 'J1h .supplY hip Celtic 'is expeoteiarriveihere .
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Insist upon rour grocer
I I the best coffee on the. market
.' Its Competitors All Times you
Undersells at That means Cabrera'. Coffee-3 fe w
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J. LE1BOVIT- :;: 128 DUYAL STREET -0-
i.--- $fiI Mrs. Annie Roberts left ye tar- I- ,tt"t.w v rt
Jj] day afternoon for Princeton, Fla.: 'a.

:r .11.t;t:=:X=lt. ', \ I I" 3fc'J Where she will. ..vlstt? fpr se.veraJ : -
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Finder pleaser

j )"i : pair turn. of to none Miss glasses.--0-Florence Maloney.r '- I .. 'l.---.I.\. . :I ;.aY

11 Harry Dick man, a subject of Rou- i r ,1

.. II the mania: United declared Stales. his district Intentions court yesterday In- C l', 4 ' '"

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!., OF KEY WEST. jjI Found-Wheel. -on the corner' of 5785 f 11...-'.. .'

Capital $100,000 i Green< and Duval 'street' Owner may The coajt waist Is the bit of the present '! \
have' eauno by proving properlY at police season, and the design here given t y y
n Surplus and Undivided Profits $46,000 I station.Mrs. Is one of the prettiest and most stylish 1TIiERES I
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- that could be fashioned. The garment jaunty. air about .'.

I Total Resources, Over One Million Alfred Lowe and nephew, Vista Is made with aide of body and sleeves tie new Spring and Summer. .
Lowe will leave on the Olivette' to- In one piece and closes at the left aide '
= Dollars :: :. :: : = ndpht' en route to Clearwater, Fla.) of the front Allover lace or'embrol- 'Pumps, Colonials and Oxfords j// f 1 ,,' l
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they will spend' a few weeks dory Is suitable.or plain lawn, batiste
iv = Depositary and Disbursing. AFeot of the U. S. Goreromen ... vlsW'lug where, :' with\' relatives. or swiss may be used. e that appeals to every woman. ,

,. - .-. -U- The pattern ((5786) Is cut I* sizes 32 I "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes have the 1
Lost: A heavy Roman gold brace- to 42 Inches trust measure. Medium '
i iII OFMCERSQeo DIRECTORSJohn 11HIM' let, the Inside of which has worn size requires 2ft yards of 22 inch allover happyfaculty of not only feeling "Ur \:':. Iie
1 plain. If found please return to '10% yard of Insertion and H "
and well but."going" '
I fitting well .
.f W. Allen, rresident; Lowe Ji. ,_ Mary Semple. yard of edging. If fashioned of one material ., yr b.
. h = John W.' Allen. - the gktment requires 2) yards i with. the latest drew fashions ",. .
P. C*, Bowie Patterson, Vl e-prea. The officers of the battleship Now of 3f inch material. r .* .> j. ay ..eYOI1J
Geo. L. Lowe. .
",- ::: Jersey entertained la.t nl..1rtIII r ) ]lave no difficulty in findTing ,. :' t R ;
Geo. L. Lowe Cashier. William R. Porter. seas board, the ship with a dance./A number T. vitxmr. thlv .. _....4 U mit to I .. ., '" : .: :
O. Bowne Patterson, of young ladle from the city .u..... D.p.nm.or'.r this pap... '..Writ.... a .here. ..styles... to tSa njonize wiUv' ,'' .' } p.r .. ; ';', \ .
A. Collins, Asat. OashleRlohard ant.ddr..lad.lr.sod be s.r., A. "' ', 1 ,'
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Cbas. A. Collins the guest =: a.mb.w af..n. t1ew ooBitimla t Wt'1l' : t: ,
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jj ;. !. U. Kemp, Asit Cub IeI'. Oeo. W Allen. I -0WantedCity ., ) t- "j:. \', ?li-t.\; .; "';>".:;:i.. I . ,.... '',
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.; ,..1"tf" ",'Y", .', rte .; ,. , . .. :raM i4- 4 1 1.p.;.,. mo.,tOday.it' ',11(' .'1 :' 1 iV.The'fofdwEngrwerearrivals ". -- .10. '-"',. .... .. Irr'.1-f4l\ ,' ;; y I .'v t : { : ''Ii" '' ... .,1-.tis ..jo\,
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.#> i'i'i.: :': ., :: .;'; /THERMOS J BOTTLES Dutal 1 p., m.street today.between,-0For 10 a. m. "ana ,,eigbtfeet men globe Inside Hastened la and 4'.on.'..a..the...snpplr. bottom.;With of sixteen.'.freshwater .*out I PBEACH. CLOTHESc: :%,; .. : .'.,' .f

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1 aat prorlalons, it Jjs reports:to
w', immediate Bale: Completecourse draw lea* than two feet of .a tea. '4

I Prices $1.00 insurance of Instruction brokerage In auctlonearlingand real estate: twelve-inch rentllatA pipe can .bit! Wash :

commercial banking a>t $16, one raised tiroogh the-. top .of"the leb4 Sui'tr. S :
Prices 2.50 third coat. Cause of sacrifice, tneholder I when H la afloat. TMs pipe oasi.it U ,
hall studied the course thor said be- drawn la and the opening r
I quickly dosed when desired. A email
Worth $5.000 to an agenc..
oughly.
: 'Prices 4.75 Address' "F" care Journal. sail be raised wfcfc Che 108 .T the .
I,rentllatinc pipe. TW l.etrtor ef this '
f :.:, I deride, %.Dan. < RUMOR PROVEN UNTRUE. I" e.*sng ail iron water-tank afloat JUST THE THING ,FOR. lt
PBONK8 terrible wcfc "to which a
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KEY WEST DRUG CO. It having that Robert been persistently Lee l McCllnroctc rumored 1 numbat of live wee leet.Continued THIS WEATHER !

strike which occurred V
had broken a
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some time ago on the plnenpvto No .work was done at the polle by i i'V

Store steamer from Local Julian 6S5 Carpenters Alonzo, a commit and Joln- friends of tho .-ubml lon of n charter f PrIceS.Ol:
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era of America the matter was appointed, to determine to investigate no It' and was personal\ abuse: misrepresentation only -t,:;
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were being used ky the other to
the truth or falsity of the report.
After a careful and painstaking mien defeat It.
V. b. Qal&ley led the ticket wl*

; At Both Stores committee Investigation was not at,any find we time that the employed Mr.und McCUhtocK nlgnOO on the the a total aldermanic voit ot 98 ticket 2. J., L.he Center roctivlng.ed WOLKOWSI M

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the pineapple We cars.also boat find but that Was'those at work rumors on Id a Harry total a 'single Moatora of 318 vote'for vtrt.es.' In north Some .city one put for A { 9'A'i:: '


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hate been circulated' by enemies of ,
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labor, always ready to sacrlflc* anyA
\ ( thing for the right and has never alderman."I .. .. .. . .. ... . . . ... . .... .... ...... ... .:...
AND been''' guilty of one act against. his vY ':" ,. ...... "' ..,. ....
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fellow workmen. .:. . ';

, ; A -- He 655 Is'an, and honorable we are proud member to of have LocaL THECOFFEE r. I L: A: 'Gr (i iV .: ,

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7 11 C. W. SAWYER, *"W.J SHOP \ A TClIMAER..ti1fLi1il: '. '
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I: LO:A6 WEATHER REPORT Ohooolate, : ; .
dandwicbea Vowna Milk O. Df\rJ\L ST.' ':! : (
4'I! : When you buy a Diamond 1 and }" f.: ;'.' { ." ,
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June 21. 1912.
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'- When you buy a piece cf .4....It ; 1 '

.1 1 That you lose'on account of sickness$ a.m. 7 p.m. E. M rales.. & Co. f DENTIST.. >:*11'?;7 .:"" (i'.'

.., Barometer__________30.05._ 30.05 awelry, you want to-KNOW .

to You can : Temperature___.___'u__. 84'__u 83 GOLD CROWNQI2UDrE WORW'VVV;: .
means Money you. : Wind Velooitr______--___6 ._u_-3 [that it is the. Best of. its kind ._-- Offloa t f '. 'vv; :.
Wind,direotion----._.SEE Houri: 8.30 to ." \i40! 6 OC':- :y; 1>
not afford to be sick-:but you. can I When you buy from WEIN.BERQ'S Office ever Otto' Dnut $ph ': .
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i": afford to buy 'drugs at this DrugStore : l igheet'tensperatare.-88: i you liave that assurance -| I'. .' ,

f i. : Lowest temperature.7: ... : ,
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\ and our Drugs prevent sickness always. ana Ranges :All '
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: Almanao JUDe 20 flee of the'CityClerk,' ;'until .. %,,1""'
'Ie. B. FOGARTY & CO. : San rise' ... .1:33 Terms Easy o'clock, p. m. Thursday "lane)'..f.IO'ry.. .V
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A f Ibe Diamond Palace! 1J12, .for,the, lease ot foot' .
of Peb4
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