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: July 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: VID00111
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
lccn - sn 95026771
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''Officer Later Jiljr-- imante! Mentioned by J.Ziberal ::
', w. -" Says,His Letter*''Com endipd The Jdurnal Return to ,\Jnlforms Ralatio te. t Jf
8eya -+ .. J' :r. : Party #*' ,,, tror Touching > Mat Investigate ' J. ;
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"Al, .. '" ; !oF..r,.".... 1 ,( ...: r:;: ,-"" on:.Tho e' 'hings Whichfere'For'The'Public:: Worn 10 Years)Ago TJiis: i Matter; ..f1V ': .' ., .,:;, ) '
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k r ;'i [sty 'Albury4ndBertI i :; t Sterling 1H."t1a.rjuI7"o,, 1t.-'WO .Iamoa Gbod-Dldn. Kgow he }Vould: PlnchAny Corns "t '1 ,
loomed ; Indianapolis, In'd., July 18. Threo: 1 Waahlngt6n\ijnly; ,. :.:
>> 't fcpon the BoUUeal horlcen' a*. ; 18 j-Senator j :, :
} 'placed-ondeTjarreit.last': ;! ... ,.f 'I\ : i.- dan '.... ,,,, "
!Lk'-' I presidential posslWUtlea for th4u.nlfflcatlonorthe -' \\Jl kof.unusual-Interest:and-activity NeJao rnoolutlonauthorltlng,the --- :--- -
r ..4, .bj.OtDcer..Rlcb.rd Lloyd liberal pihrt7.'The 3 are hr--E4Itorr -l1&m.-a 4 $hi or ot ..mYI hair. (and In Pythian circle: *"were' Inauguratedhere committee oo, foreign relation to In- f .t':'

.+t deed 1 la ta.4ity.jail. pie officer r| Sr, Das do VlllegaSr- and ,Set It.ha been a custom fromUbo\ earliest let and say rfghj It at,'. the quan- today. It 1*"the" biennial session veitlgftta'It an'one.la ,tb4'United, !It.f. .
.time, since JournalUm "in .
k'' 4n Watching the boys for.nearT -J Sanche fle Bustamante./ Bothsaid ; tyan4Sbey ft li'li'et.j States was or had been fomfatlnc( r. 11 ,
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Its ad
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society that
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' to b@ acceptable to Prel1 assembly the uni- encollraglnglln.urrecton.* ] .{Js''' c.Dh: or _
k'.hpur ias th'ey Were '
acting n y 'r-'i-! -
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G6m 14 pldious mannerZThe two boys, of of its .readers, to mer aud'none\ Of the later'eto'aetyoureol reovtld,4tive.r- ..
13; been nrggedtcd'by him in the vent any express: assembly connlsts of MaJ -Oen. Ar ablY. \ .. .
rh '*yparent1Ysre ior'h18yoar3; : that It impossible lI.nlt\f"tho\: their opinions tl udet._ a nom deplume' -before;the pubfb.4'the thur J. Stobbart of Minneapolis! aaa Tile committee on foreign reintlonn -' j

'la/were ikulklng around Wein- Liberals on .JDr; Alfredo 5JBy a.<-Wline Not on'I* this a custom ".UBUq"WIII.I be'the judge of "your the brigadier-general of each of the al.octed favorably on a-roso- ', . ... 1lutlonhauthorizing
14t' y rg' Du'val Albert might dccept's'eo jfbpfse, here, but ;the world over {16 prevail;' .tjuaIWc d lon.'au EDITOR, CITICKtjI ethos and of the Canadian provincesIn the secretnrylof "
y 'J welry,* tore 'on street; But It la evident frW 'the sits east and,,,a ,Dominated ,
Zayas II I declared tohiU) ,. nooinpromUlngT representaive which the uniform rank 1* organ war to ascertain .the extent of damages , I v
1 krEyilla tows.&tie'rearof' : the bulldrtho -<..* commotions botweeV the' lafternbon': to the/logielativehhll, of Flor- ized. It .Is!"'expected' that tho assembly by death or injury to American: '

1 1 g a ribere shadow* were -d epJ I Both of the men'tnenUo1 a all possible and nArJulng papers''' over'Ihe articlewrlttttl''br'Reapr"'thati ida.! 'You MAY get my' scalp. but will lake action on tho'proposalto citizens clruck by Mexican' bullet* . .'
YaL4Atey'ehe officer began to,witch candidates- are recognised not J this cUstom you WONT chance my views. You change tho uniform of tho rank. during tho biAtlea inthe, Madero r**.
K J' ,.'.e'J.'placoJthe'' boys darted out and only as.l.ad rs in their party but allIeS must t&ke- 1tsr.AfgbIitQ'roaius may to" 'toymake an enemy of me, Recently ther/has been a',growing olntion near tho lnternaiono-: ode.. '
k? -Wto-.tlie..Hotel Jefferson. -SeeingrVpfflcer' a* among the foremost figure of unknown. Why' tl1.1U1et.on: the .,-llt'In-the; 'long run It wont pay. sentiment among the member for a The inquiry I* a preliminary tip. "I
; coming;behind them .they the rep\1bU6.Sr. Diaz do Villega a* ,II'flt-'lhe CWzgn. Jo knoWVthe' wrttei -' My'artlole signed ..Roador" touch- return to ijho uniforms of ten( years the presentation! of claim* jga141 < '
'* ** atop ca the-porch, but went secretary of the treasury under, President *{>( ,that short ajfticae. ltd impossible .q(1 YXr e4d9"'pn't0 ,this, far end of the loin Gomez conducted his office InSQoh for me to conceive. It.was nothtng'ISoretban the public good. There was no InAettttonorTn1xlirgTnpnn -' and !1)JL"pl m.QL.\t1J,18-L.\ 'Tfl*._presentuniform - ": I -. ... . .
''b,+rc tbcy sat down--at-a table a-manner that even tbo enomle an"expression ofTopln; .; tho little: Is the fatigue *_\utflt. An- If. S. nOT THIRD Yl.! .'
.4 began, writing. A'minute later of the administration found little to Ion that, the morning paper bad done l. differences between the Journal and I other matter to receive the attentionof PLACIL'lt.. .. .-' ,
ajwtrerpp ared and placed both critlclzo. Senator BuBtamanto, who right,in its stBnd/tsIOBtthe; serious thrCltlBen. and had (his matter been the assembly Is the proposal to Stockholm 'July 19.-The ttoM' 4 ., '
nlrreetr i1Dmy-eesrching tbem Is'aJeading crimes of4diirderand: aallJbIlDg. and looked upon as all communications erect a monument to the' Into MaJ-
lawyer'has served a* States finished In .third 1I'lace1111I:
lt> the Jaq officer,Lloyd found quite senator ,olnco Cuba became a repub a...:, which Reader believe* the'afternoon 1' >f thi la ,nature should be, a few commohts Gen James H. Carnahan of this city military riding oompetltloa Ja.... tpi. .:. .. r
"f jsWortinent of key on- the boys, : His record baa been apotlons antfj: oHe psDerrodld',attwelt'dcrf't perhaps might have boon made who originated tho uniform rank of day In connection: t'btl ti4. (
ae charge logged against them last his eloquence, as a speaker has always] I h"y i ;-jprejildlc nor malice and say (pardon me for doing so) the Knights: of Pythias., gamon.! < :
n fctfthat ot being "suspiciousrasUffC" been employed to obtain the alntt'aJtn' Ivam sorry for the' poor thaithese comments should have ""II t.
They will be given a measures for the country's passageof 1Inf rt"n&\ei who "accused .of been 'commendable ones, as I have 'r". ,. '...-.. J
goodor
h tearln afore Judge Curry this aft- thOM crme and"are A the:clutches' 'yet to. be,.convlnced that thore were '
against considered
rhoen: him a* detrimental measures to it..RISERS by of die lejrt/J'But i'anv forced- hold any corns.plnched."Readef:; ETHEL OF CHORUS!; DISTRICT ATTORNS[ :; .
to-thlf-oncluslon--after years' orreaonlng riwill be a7"wrlter ot high \ ,1
e STIIYL RUNN1NU.. FOB BATTLE. ,JOn' niatter.ithat< ; maBy $f distinction, "' if you don't stop your .
SIGXty
vu o.ro.. are7Uh; eunrot'e..* effort at j.oke\i\, have no time for lUCfllN VICTIM $' : Y :pop :

'unt of the bubonic plague Los Angelcs/Cal, July 19.-joe: of .*". ptiQper>nnlmioJ'-tr: .tlOT'?of,'.J.w fajtvspaper contr6vefales, and am scoRESjyi : '
'des aria, the Florida Bant Coast LevI], manngerfof, Joo River, blgn4d: > ''and, ordel! .' Mapye'Ot'i'Jho'' 1 4.r1 .eei forced toiooeuny'' my time at somekhlng : i-,
SbvI t .84a Railway le dlacontlnuodreaent.aOcaU articles 'thla\ ffCernoctn in which he- which lllt." .o. tl .{ q _tirPmja 'I lM.'and'1.onf be hundred in : +. vL:f'
jthr't > ,,Banner.L,Itl3rj 'agreed ..thatTllTr: halI fight, AJploqshlp # ,..tb'.4aAtrY ei 44pera bo;. 'I Driving 'tC take'i caret,,of. .the 'IftHottoutns Pretty Chorus Girl Found Accuses Department' Thr. 1 ,( .-
was; "v It; ,
id4 tioconventloawapld -have \ > UII II let ''me say tftak Gagged Several Members '
; at;: hc Vernoil'arena: on Labor . tit ntIlt1tutLonq'vtber0elueptil I TfieJ'.lIrn.x1: ? ough ,
a *lect upon the editor ol thef1be Day. TheIndlcitloi)* are, that \ ,--ftelab- : .* nothing to do':with Unconscious .1"/.1"i /: -
Wplgat; wW-ylgn the .'.ttcle.. 'I IIog..end.: taUtrUer'haveibiejs ;foiter a tji' ., writing"of that\ *fU.{lo-ln: quo.- Murder Rosenthal ,,' \" .
; Herald hastens, to 'Inner .\ aa..' :1Ieall'f"t'pit!1i; 'n t ....ar'.tIQ'toI ttottv It.was an'unsollcitj64', edUorlal.wrilof) that! MtREATEII.. I F1GH'J'INO. I hoight, but,ctlojir: Jfnd tome' loving :and the first, time I was ever t ,
as t'afroad, istn.., xoeUant'and ' !FPhiIID' 1 ..:. qI mother,. some 'beeStlfftf*(ttOshUlIl'r ra.n.-J.onr.nal otDce '!&* wbJa'1.cat'tt'I1.dth' "ew York July 19.-Ethel Conrad New Yerk, July. J.9.k-r Five men, '
: } pltaliot promisl- -' j ft". .. Mott.d 1ftt.er there ; tho chorus girl Who was trlettheresome .
ltut,not been dbwon- *} 'tlTll.ndorta localca l otfllfe'U ; NoUlna> would were arrested, today 4ike nmectlonA v
*nd ''prt>JIe..tJ\\'rew" : er; :;was"rr I ed ,t>jr,th. Jcoadtifct: :,lOt fthra_ b-o. .\\nxluce,Tn. ...to. give.:'AS7. name.except: ot months. ago'and;, acquitted ,iaurderotHwmattRpsen; . '
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the'ohargggf'attempttnSiomtrIdsr.W Uvaft. ,
a'th4t'the repottn t'rtbeoxiattg.14 Jast/e; elntt-, 6f80/o'clock. fort-mo e.. '" /I, ': .. :J'''''' II. \T* ''fI to.?get'Tlt* .'8osr'be11 ,right,:> '..Tovsthat & t>. Stones"the ; ( ; h41Y .d Yyr' vPW \,, ,
'"andyr ',,AIO' au n'iflJOJl Itjha-f I l+e'part: 1 .the wrltingOtTt4et B.i en lhlonatbore re tlaaSiy > tlodblon frb<Ea
et' )risen "alt S wIth'R;,O,. ,ltlne.\ ntfJ :> .."\,.." ; f nonlitn',a+ pat nn,' M m m mw :

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11C,' '7b tr'arin: >but' the i OVer-ieaj'ptlroed + } < 1 ire tot thelrvt p ari.n t. !',l.ader""t a.t'f': lll :'loruyogR' .:a; .: ,qU"Ut1"Mrs lik.:" ''1,' ,#tra;.. eing { t bdid.O4over11+1 JieVY face oyef det Qd4Y' w',1aa' '!set tAepbllce vice I1'i ,;' t,, ,.

-; bnslhoM yegnlarly rU rJ 9n, liiw'tooth.sttdha/17/ -We are'nby : !k'oreaturob.bound j artmenl'thr9uB* ertaltt-ipOMoer( Jtm.5-t'l 'i ,,1 ll l'HL') 0
+ri k' tni crcvnuactlBg { ) 'ttieykykcoutt, : ,thll kgtprII; ; I r white.her;Hand*, and''f eeC 'ie irerej; '
You" W\1at.haVe'dOnel!} ,; tie 'olAelngchildren of\one Ot' fuiurderod'56entbftliiiiri'T''i-' '; ; ''
know \
fi..1,1ntoKeyWet: from.tbC-matlandq Herald. .. ; ,t., ::4: .'i' W I with yopes.l'' ; ;; \ 1m'
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: : , : :... , ..,-. v* .{" ' '" ' ( ; l' i''>f1tb'u'Pllf,) t.o<'"tbe' Moral. of'KeyWet.'troinparaUvely"ii9thliigl"hui !i i, eommon'Fparentago' 'We ;must ,pro* saysi. llo1fbg.-Ila1nln onld.blo <
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.T ? > I . _.. ,.. ...... .. , t Ethel, Iditer,1etng t'evlved eaf d
.._. ___.. : -- < "" .:!' ";:,tL+: ,- (It i I j j.:toattheyrring l raise:. ibo fallen and tbst'after ,;, with no chance 1orbleitfs, , ,..,WsV jIntended ?' t '1
y'
:TvaBt'-to dO. something wantto, 'secure- to each'one -inalienable 'baying' a subway statlei' to' be a. lessotutO anyonef. R1 R1e
tRACJlCALLY-I; e o ONIY .A fEW! JUun lendwhat asslotance I can but am I:, right,to the'pursuit.of life al1 1hlp. followed last night closo'behind'bar suo remember. taut, andthrestie a mat} who'mfght eontemplbte exposing; the'' ''r s.1

m 1 1' ; ,, going to' have ,the' support of the pineaL"Jl.et,us.pull-; together-editors a'blank, i alliance between the police ln.erlme,'t'1' r
afternoon paper in that direction? Or and all others, for.the prosperity and ; ;4 "7osonthdl'had been warned.:;..bjithadlrefu
ALIlGUE'IN'HAYANA HAYE BEEN ImrfACHED am I to'be ripped .up the back as a upbuilding of our beloved cltr,_ '''I ', .. )heedthe, ''warnlngu. Hey a
;: warning the public so that they want to assure you that one of*'the toWAGE was .-on the paint of giving me fur 1
win.not In future cry aloud againstsin most valtfKble asset of a city la! It. CITY HEUlTHDEPIf' the valuable'lnformaUon ha' '
and unrighteousness, however'great uprightness and purity <6f morals was shot. Now he's killed and his
t' Original Victim, Victor Judge Archbald Makes the the crimes. j jI and I am reaching out now" for the .wAR'oN RATS evldenoo dlod with him Five' policemen '
r. believe you have' been tnlslnd at opportunity to lend a helping' hand.I wore wlthln a hundred feet of 1,
Mendez Is now Pfonoun- Tenth.During Our Present this time over that 'lIttle'communication -j am growing old, and It maybe I --- him whop the assassination occurred } '
of "Reader's". Was there any]! argued that I have waltefl a longtime and yet five men were able to shoo '
| | ced Out Danger, Government necessity to force my name before to arrive at this conclusion .but Communication ,'Jfro.m City to piece a head grand Jury witneso: ,

15 e ---- the public There was no attack on I want to say that It Is never too Health Officer Emphasizes got Into an automobile and escape
....< your paper nor on any Individual.; I late to do good without the officers even securing
i Havana. July! 19.-Havana is now impeachment 6f Judge A-cli- There was no allusion anything: Amid all that might be said or Importance'of War the number) of the automobile."

practically without a case of plaguo. bald' IB the tenth which has -liken except those things set'forth: by The I done, one consoling thought Is that I CJoadodlty( Whitman's accusations
The original cases--that of Vlcento place In the history of the U.iltedStates Journal, the crimes that are before there has never been one yet'who the police are using all possible
; .Mendei-la pronounced out of danger the courts ut the present time, gambllng | contended tor right and Justice but Key West. Fla. July 18,. 1012. mean*,to run down tho murderer '
tu while tho suspicious case at tho government. Only one \1>-e"l. :, and those places which run all was ridiculed and persecuted and To the Cltson.-of Key West:
e1' purlslma Concepcion Hospital will dent has been made the subject of dent expect to be'an exception to the
night and Into Sunday morning?; ONE -
At a special'meeting of tho city. CAUSE OF BROKEN RAILS
probably be pronounced negative Impeachment proceedings, and they These are the things "Reader" rulo. Again thanking you, I am, ;, t .
council!!, held yesterday ,thin office ..
when the bacteriological examrna- failed of conviction. The followingare mended The Journal for.I Yours respectfully
,tlon 1* completed this morning. the whlc'r stand before the public on com-I E. E. INORAlIAM, was authorized to start' a crusade on Iron Trade Review Arises In Defense!
k With the eradication of the plague Impeachment cases : grounds, and It Is up to you ("Reader"]) rats and mice and 1 a bonus of five of the Coed Name of the '
from the city the sanitation officials have been brought before the senate 511 Margarot Street. Maker. < '
'i of Editor when you have learned .my I cents will, be'pald for each rat delivered ..
-1'. ,have: not relaxed their fight against the United States since tbe forma- -
r the disease. The work of killing rats tion of the government. - .. - .- .- -- dead or alive to the city -Jailer Recently passenger train between! J q'
;.disinfecting and fumigating house In 1707 William mount United at the city Jail and one cent for eachmOllse. Chicago and Indianapolis was wreck "
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Ir, ..continues unabated. It is proposed to States senator from Tennessee Was SPLENDID BILL AT IHE 1 , : iYVONET ;Bubonic plague mad Its appearance ed, although fortunately, no one was
not only chmed with high crimes and misdemeanors Injured
this work permanent Examination
ti make, //REPO-RTE In our neighboring city, Havana immediatelyafter j
,. '*xere but at other ports against the government ; the wreck' showed that .a rail
.I..1'.I', .---- but the': senate held (bat it had noJurlsdietlon. '- SAN CARLOS LAST NIGHT S BEEN CAPTURED : Cuba recentlyand while no undue over which the train had passed was

.POLICEMAN ARNOLD ALBUBZ jfiouni having been.expelied apprehension need bo felt about broken I'uto five plecM. The railroad \
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before the trial
4.\ 0- wa held. the matter at this time, yet It IsD1per&tlve employee did not fall to take.advant-

.,'/\lThe; people of. the Church of Gad L the In district 1803 court John-Pickering, of New Hampshire;, Judge of 'A Nation's Peril," One of the dtia"Troop Captured Re- .' that we as .a community age of thin opportunity to call atten- .,/I

,,'yesterday cast a vote of thanks for the to wa Impeached, and convicted. Best Films Ever Brought:;, bel, Leader Somewhere begin a city-wide movement to free lon to the apparently Inferior quality '" .
tL:,, Policeman Arnold Albury '" of tne rail and to the ,.1.
' t convey Impression .
In 1804SamuelJChase l an associate the community of rat at once. :
,very, excellent way In which he pre- Justice of the to This Citt'1f": ; ... )' y iearSantiljgoHavand I. that the steel maker was r
Mned order at the meeting held In supreme court : 1 Plague epidemic follow the- usual ultimately
t tried'' and .} __ 0* responsible for the .
was acquitted. ,1J."J" :- '" ,
Ithat, :'.church Friday .night ; ,In.1837, 1'tne..IL! Peck Judge of .... ;, {tTYife.r. : shipping channel and it is customaryfor However there wee some other'
1Jt;' !?- OHURClt the district court of Missouri was .The''San-tOarto.was packed) ;te ,theUoors j. Cuba; JulJi;; .--Gen.'Pb- the rat population <: a pla'cg to very significant circumstances con, .r4', ,Fur.,

t .1. ;AAPT1sT acqmltted. last ,ntgbtyioeee, the 1*r-', dro Yvonet, the mata-who was second/ become affl'cted with this dlsessi for nected with .this wreck which thrall I"{
l I In 18ft. West H. Humphreys.. feature flliri'lA' HatlW* Perjl." In command to the late.General'E months before, human cases develop., road, people did net--dwell upon.. An i"

Sunday superintendent.school 9:30 a. m. F. F. Judge of the" : }!:ven aH.hjft-4at' It I I. possible that ,examination.Immediately fter the acider. Hoffman was found.guiltyv . .- In .I IohQ"'edhat J
Orlente we may 'bavul Infected rata our several of the ties '
.' ands '' but ptrb.ps the best and most realIsilcC province, captured.yes
> Preaching: .services 11 a. m. '' 'In 1868 dre.1olln.on.prell- W&8..c com m tfi1ltr: under the) broken rail were rotted'to '
fto. p. m." lI dent of the United States, was formally :*feature of the picture i.i the .terday Ay federal trpopis near San 'Tie disease contracted by Inoculation a dept 'ot at least one and one-hall :;

'Morning subject:,, -Encourage'" impeached and his trial occu- blowing up of a mall steamer by a tiago.. \ <*- through the .bites of flea from Inches,. and were 14 8Ott----tI-aL&D or7InarypookeTlcntfe Ii 'I' (', _
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of Grace.
,f 3 meats:to who the Is-on Throne' the Lor4''Side?" pied A long time. He tras'scquKtedDLthechargeebroughtingdinst submarine mine.1 Much comment The news ,was''received< with much plague Infected rat and -c.-of ; could be'stuck in ....(
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1.i5 To u .are cordUlTy"lnvItedTo worship - In 1IT, Willlaror: W. Belkna see "wasVbeard about this particular, feature satipfacuon'here' Itl' believed that rat plague 1* infinitely more dangerous to the wood, the full length of its .,'.
tO'fiVcomninnlti; than many hu- blade with scarcely any,dOrt. Some
4 with --- - rotary"f1 war-was tried 'and aoqulU last night. the :ctipturo of Tvonet upon whom j.
1 '?' '. C.PeW., DOBBS Putor.t . ted of seriouscharges .of malfeasance. .. "; 'Totanda and Tarflck aa femaie. impersonators devolved command of1the'; black*''after *man Plaguefcaa.pnl7 casein[ of the spikes la the ties were- so loose ., '
foot bold
{.,, ,.; gain a they could be palled out with the
1'110 19 /* exceptionally clever Eetenoe'was killed will 'mesa the \
are ire nnd
? where there rata by destroy ttngwrs. Several ot the till had bee '
'.. CONGfEOATIONAWU:? L CHURCH.:. for Mark Kansaswas H. Delahar.Impeached; district3udgs 0y; formal and 1 perhaps the best'in their" line surrender fh few band*.of h,- lug these pest WH can becomo: Im- broken oft short by the Accident.:One I b I '

,j ,( street nearPl.ming, .resolution.ofU.helboaM. but the who have visited Key West .Walter ))ng rebel'yet:,.in,'the' woods,' "',:10', .mune to this dreaded scourge. of these showed .. .core of sonwl t'' ": ,
I ,,'.Sunday school 1:10..Mr, C.. !jBL) t.vhn"superintsndanta ;.- ease......'dropped-before the trial. Weems themusical: eomedian.\<. ,i.... '.- ; s ', h'I There I is :no ;"best": way for' killing wood of not over .a' u""IDca.e': Jar riI 1 :.:
. j, 'v>. 'la '11 Of.. Charles Bwayne, Judge of also clever"and's.{drew1"-liberal;ap t'rJ/AYCAI,:. L AT PALR'BEACH' rat and mlceft,the various ,.t poi cross section equal to about* qoitss| ; .ti ;
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rf -" .Preaching;morning 10:45, Subject the northern district of.Fioyfd..Twu; plauae last.nlejhty;:; '\ 4 : L' Ions'cold by druggists and *Ureetlagonetal ) of the totAl section Iran of Ok* tsw I ," '
',K .......: + West P1mBeach, iuly 19. Wit *re aU effective when used It 1 .
Th. Glory of ther Christian phurch impeached? and ; tried the strlal"resulting t \-1.1 ) aIn very, Uu.aa..* p re*( Vic'
t Mnale. by the Choir," .....ra &,and evil In his aequlUat. ' ';. No.ftosi'.lO ,*)HK'PU8LI0, a. .Dort'um.IWe.t'a1m,8aach. : oc6rdlng td''direction-"be.- -.. of tbe wreck was Botdve;, .to any.. f.
_Inlt. . Is !, V -. ".of 'i'I" will probably i Trapping; should resorted to failure of the but ?
An. impeachment, a. most aDOaaal'proceedl..11I hare ;.coastwise steain- ran to me tad that ,. ,: .
{ ..'fiaadsy; achool''iftet'nboq' f SO' 'Pi this country'andthereW : ;'Notice' I* hereby given to allaresta .rs of the Ward aid:Mailory1.IJne and ,the should cat not the'rat'saatural be forgotten. enemy the rail lead practically no support "' '
t..Ur.B.'Robatta.ppt' .L' *. little wonder'tbat' th.' ranta'mest'mark.ta. ice reaaa d #... 1
prebout ,
therefore'subjected: to won : IJ:
I 1F-? 9tlatng'I, preachlD and:'.......r- ease against Judge ArchhaldUexdtlag stand* and all others.. who 'art'requiredtby.law calling at this:poiarfor" :frolghVmjSapasaenger will:It"*tit hpuld.be remembered. that rats seas ttrsssssl fw which It had levee '.
',vie*J7:80.! -, .a b4 >ct,",The Multiplied so much-atteetlo.,' '' i.;"!> to have:-their pUeee *. jn fyi Once Quit your premise if been destcaed. '
..:altd the 5ubstaot '1Iu.. at screened that-the/.wni be gtvennn- /An enirineor said to :be 'r 'pr... the kitchen refuse 1* kept In closed Broken rails have been rather frKqaentUfttely. . '
;' Notice to alJ'.1I. old Sunday seboelIciolarsJluudsy 'TAFT8 NEW mmudur. til next Moad>>v,July 21,,to comply sonutlve of tho ,oomp.nyep.ntAastweek receptacle and no teod lift' accemable :: and rail ', / .q

; ;:. : 'echoel .. "fldj ; '.,._,. '. ;; I with,the ,law, 'm:every ,particular ,, :,at. PalBi: 'Beach, making an'In- to them. ,, .1/from no.toatt+ O v.l- been the garget fora makers great dew". vs of .. 1t .
jaorning and afterm *b V. eta Wssbnston .l. : IThe p.roOrletoi of placet+eot Theeaportai; ( & ,
osi M > July .t .nDl l ;, any vesugapottofthe;! condition* and ye.to:2lave. ertUclwt. lt U :
:t....-All old properly.reed) who allows the f lIou 41r1 all started killing. ntllaAd ,not. unlikely: that, .
$ taking
oar emelaf* sre.nrgenVlrrqueted Thompson Is now private ,secretary to or : off,the shore,''The ..,.,.1 .
Keye t. having frequent IrIY..uc.uo.'oC all the "
<' to....tt Qd Oltbet''mor*' President .Tafttakia6'upthat: post screer: ilcWrs! or: windows, to remain plan is to have a huge bulkhead built more reeeM i
communication;with Havana; than wreck, *tt lb ited.., to ..broteta 'ralta I}
;Ong or' aftemoo 3k b' eter- '' open wfH be. wt''estediaritboutitue- outUnto'th..euanuo; \
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delay argent work.ISd.I It was the Ues i .. '
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""\\i": ''.' : ', ..' ,,' I ', !Priced of Green Coffee are ....... ** '," /" k.
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I KkUrSiocp = lion Dollars
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'4 4'': .',: .'', ,,'"." I .,' this Ii. came ac. person... a. OOr e 8ID ;Y H D'., VrrWV \>
.,. :.'' . rtt: -::' paying: .penalty I have '.K.cared . . : high.cheeks / !:- | | i. '
a'j) ;,'.1\. :; Iatno u d:pl- H"7 II '
;". "'1 'p):'. : {ifI" l' :," 'several, lots, though. at,. rate. The chances boned Tartar / \DlftECTpOS \"'1

'f\ '" '' figures "leave the.price' are, .two 'to one boy--born oq'U1.I.bank.fof'the 7 Joe Lowe.'v
.I i.i : t <,..::.: :" 'It' sucb',1; as to r '' 3 D : :
"! It that be win aar. = W. AllenyTre.'Identt =
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very third rate sort .. plan of coffquerIng fiowne.Patterson. "1J.;
Charles AColllni, A4 t. Caible >
' of pirate,not tobe ; *} AIM KIOO the w r1cL He Cbas. A. Collins jk ',

THE PRICE 1S 25c PER POUND -compared In ''Yfllainy/ .Iori.' and I had a small GENGHIS KHArfenongh :111 ,lUoluu-.l"iil Kemp A"t;; Cashier. Oeo.. W- Allen ,\' I -d.,.:
wealth to downs of j!;captains' who 'ffa/t fertioob'-a-venture.;:1Morbfe'atheN"wse I \ ..

for' the same good.; ) satisfactory ar
.J which has made "EL CENTRAL" famous for ("My'.Name r5uen; ,1> Kldd, as I chief; ruling a mere 1ian4fuJL.of.faml- :1.ln.=, :illli IIIfi\;
'" ,Balled:) olllk Belief that he Ues. But the boy: 'liad bon'ndlessk ambition ,.
over twenty five,. yBars.a ki burled TMt t"QJ'e"101De"bere' near ", at'a natnraLJiiler,, of' men. "

'r Think ot this if 'you want to sate dollars on .the;coffea,, brew, -Tork are:.the two things,that. was held back by DO, jsalrlts of' con- '
haTe made Udd ImmortaL 'C science-for be seems to have been '
,',... "which you Sell. .' ,Blatter'' 'the, .evert Djnite consctencelesS'T and had a N_ is the Time )
In the part of
Aral cruelty of native'that' overrode
y J F. CARBONELL, teenth century the. American, coastswarmed all obstacles These customs and the \ :
with pirate. who polled sea
: leadership of hU own little tribe were -
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. 610DUV\L STREET, commerce'' and blocked: travel KlncWiniam" the sole backing he bad for bis mightyenterprise. Ypu need something to bui \ ,- f j
tllt: "of; England', sent Lord Compound' .. '
.. ... ,- D ;to.N.w'Tork_as e Recall Specific and Alterative ... 1
llpmont governor
\";; . '. e, . ; wltli orders to stamp but piracy ... .- -- ..-known .as TtanndJlnlh -/IS-THE MEDICINE: .

a Bejfomont liked the ,Idea of combinIng (- Wise" He Was thirteen when It .
Blood and
improves the ;
LIKJ3! .RIa, MEALS TA8TILI'j..4 duty with profit Bo. with Robert his father died. He found himself at helps your
PREPARED LdTlnrston- and other rich, shrewd the heal of a rebellions clan that System to resist: disease.Don't .
not tint,
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; only wanted to depose'blmfor anolder,
M J e New yorkere be formed a company put it. off buy a bottle now and '
but be.tikes to them wiser chief. thraabod bis
barf prepared Temndjln ;
tomakemopy out of cnishtaftthepirates. '
\ start in, because all wyou.need' 9
asyou
.. foes then tirMbedy f and"I armed
I. a burg when be U rushed tor :Jk'powerful warship'was'to
I neighboring trtbsl:, He soon wag ruler ' your health at the present time more than
( S time.- We... i&aklog be fitted rout and sent against the '
specialty ,
q freebooters They and, their plunder of a. strong //federation. 'A still f. anything else -
s: *f sewing Business Men's meals were to be seised. ;" and the profits of stronger collection/of! tribes'.opposed #' Sold Gur0&ntee
the. enterprise divided between the him. He made friendswltb. the Ore.t on a Money Refunded if' .
N + OPt':I THE PI1IIT. RESTAUJUNT. company and the klnf Khan of the Keralte. Tartars,, I whose aid he. bet his own netnles
A. ,v I 'in family dining room Is equipped Next. Bellomont and ZJvtnrttonlooked He..then married the Great )Chaq'" a-
t about'for the tight sort of man P 1bl\ ,
+ + too rbebestaod'01"e.t dau ter"T1wb1e,
family service
'M to captain'tbeir'warsbep, Livingston
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? and ws mate'a 'speptJty.of. urieittd a "right worthy and honest Boon; sprang 'up between .KEY WEST DRUG co.eo
M and his'Iat)er4n-law. .
Temndjln .
serving flunUIes.Our mariner.:? "William"'! Ipdd ,br name. ; ftoyoung ,.
'defeated'and. atow the "
KldcS/was the mod of *, Bcotoh,elergy-
: mealaarefc'a1way.i.taSu prepared, and IDa /"bo is said"to hare suffered man. Great Kian/who .*4i! "eenhla: betty
: ; y tyrdkn The /"rljht'worthy,and,honest factor aid'thgri made,nlmxlf;;master T e ,.SfQ
''. we give you 'lt gujc>! k., seryice4; When: you want* e -,mariner"" ,had for mpre than thirty of the .who ,reJ' !,
'a good. 'me4qulcco, "" a tome[ ''rDUVIALF ;. .. ye 5 r followed the lea,' flcbtinc was,,to,bunt np 'a':$' bamsn (prophetof '. .. .,.......,.. I.1.< '" .JJ ., <; ',I
.' / '* 7"t. R f' ;/ a net Kncland's French foes, thrashing ; wisdom\wbo; working on theTartars' aae .
: CT? A T TR AT. pirates and In many.ways prorInl *upertilons] ,'jnade them re> "

,t! ,Ai",1 : r ,JEvHo Ll ""t' ofuse. ,to the colonies At that gardTemudjtnaso, sort: of god. ,The .. ." '

t rl' ., I.. ':' .. s'.1'h. .I.fi/. .N,'. .w., \ ..//IYr'.,..., ,...... ..!a C ,wAd< ..A. u... .elf". U ./( eie)" he\had'retlred and. ','wasquietly Shaman also >ropheled that..Ternndln .- -' Li:1. B'h .S" I I
U ng in! New-Tork.! ., | : : ;; : ()re '
''''' 1 '.r 'Tb, Tartchibowabiadon. bisearly : / ; .
t-'rrHE'' "no' rl & Tt''E' T 'O; .: i> f Kldd' was:'tpade a 'shareholder la : : : ? f'
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.' .\ ,,,"J. ''J<" . ,I.,: JSe omoat' company, 'took, command name of Temndjln'and took/the 1 *M. \ -
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A rift' nit rt. ,C o rtwaahe I.tasXof 1 "t'>.ort4c..... -J Q. :uelt.-+L .,.J" .. 214 Eaton Street _*.
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nothing nnt, 'unatnc if Tarta ,Tiemarchedon'Cbips "'
time
pnlsbgd. .t'Or" washard J, '
;directly 'from blm.u;/ Tben came [ ;' crossed the Chinese Cor.Diiifal&SpuliiafdSts Beds Toi lSc and ;25
..... ( '.In selecagan ,1ervite age'"one; uglytramors[ that.llhap;(,theml. ..1 Wall and advanced Into the heartf beds after o'clock.- '
-, q. wboi kggsrantee beraI lath fa ta/' "mot'I' the country'! It/was during this .*. ,, ,..11'I/ : :: '
;recnrd aids. atreagh ,' the4' 1u1. : \seemed that tK5; "well '4elove4an4 ) pedltlon that befirst let loose to the Is the'\only place in <
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;..IJlniVnt. all its obligations. vtf yQiir trusty William'Kldd",wal' doing full his love barbarous, cruelty and .

'., ) cess' is the rewart'.of.( things! that tended to make hlnutieith.trusted won, the dread nickname "The the,city where you Baker ''Bros:
-su
*': nor/beloved.. Insbortfheind ; Scourge of the EDt ,He plundered can buy the celebrated ,
: his crew;,who" bad ,been sent to and utterly/destroyed ninety-six: cities/
the 'of tweiti-
.merit/and result nearly : lestroy ,piracy/had themselves become besides a7 countless number of towns RESTAURANTWill

honorable l pirates and were'holding1 up and and villages. The Inhabitants were _

.' .ty years dealingyvith robbing/merchant ships. /rbll newsiroused put to.de .tb-men and women alike- Peier's Diamond Brand slices .
April 3rd the
Pub- with/unspeakable tortures.On Opeu at
'' tremendous excitement
; our, patrons.' I / Ito Reeling .ran, dangerously blgll.MauT' a second campaign In China; Genghis Corner of Caroline and

people even hinted that Bello- Kahn In 1216 captured Pekingand We have the exclusive
Margaret Streeets.
: mont. Livingston and the rest bad secretly 'I burned It to the ground after 9
: WHY TAJCE. CHANGES forded a piratical company and' stealing everything that could be carried agency for these

' . wereonly: 'waiting to gather the ; away- Thence Invaded Persia. famous shoes and Regular Meals nd Short Orders

5 : R ? spoils. Jflellomotit, thoroughly. scared, I The city f i Bokhara was known as have just' feceived:
ELSEJV Wo Solicit
.E:. to the king;,I "the center of science."' It held wondrous Your PutronaRa.
; r'eceive4pthem large shipments of .
"- who: with horror-realor.'Assumed' .I inventions and the Orient's rarest
r -and who In 1698.;. ordered ,I treasures of art and literature. the latest and most I 1 1il
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-----I: ,ev4ry British port to/be oil thai 1 Genghis"Khan cared no more for such stylish models.
1 lOOkout/fol' Kldd's> capture; things -or' for the world's real progress Gallat's Tonsoilal Parlor \\1'
' DO YOU KNOW I AH( sizes from the
TOMSON'S"GLOVfeFITTING' )\rS"nwhlt.tbe "wen-b joved") Kldd. than a mad dog cares for tbeI il
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y. :njlelnc the Spanish /Maln, heard of I rose hedge h* breaks through. Bok smallest infants to {'
/1 Centrally and
That our'ii i8 the coolest he plan to arrest him.' LeaTlnff. bis hara,.with its wondrous objects of art the largest sizes. located '

anti largest place in. i : large ship near Haytl" he hastened ,I and learning, was destroyed. ThO entire Once wear a Convenient To All .
,. northward In a sloop laden with.'no,' ,country was dev .atate4, and with you .j I HOT AMP COLD WATER 'BATH :
r town? Tbat we carry. .of the Diamon'JBtand.
t- pair
r 000 worth of treasure and with a crew th.. fall of its cities their priceless ,
'., a: qmpJ te'.tock of floe of,tort,.. He/touched at'Oyster.' Bay ,5 treasures ot Oriental science went up ,. ou will have Latent TocsoriAppli.Uloel) and

liquors and cigar: *?That ... IA: I., a.ntrpi a New York lawyer and In "smoke.:' Millions of people were no other. the most modern saniUri method I
,..Jo opened negotiations with. eUomont slain or carried into slavery. THE PLACVYOU'RB: LOOKING FOB "
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this ia the place Where
I ,c', rdr It is supposed llomont spnt. word fran, Astrakhan 'and.Southern Russia '
t ; the beer Is, "Always" -. \ ; hat the captain.had nothing to,-tear. next: fell prey to the merciless J Jake's Trading Palace Next 'Hotel :Uefto. ffee

rjk.: cold Ar'gpja and see usSJ \f'1!, :;' for Rldd landed and went; on"'.Jut, '' 1. Khan Practically all of China was .
.t{J i, 1699. to Boston to .talk matters over. enslaved. So t 'were Corea and the I ;if .

/ ,. PATRICK'S' BAR .., "''I' :There; Bellemont ;arrested >,him and 'Countries;.northwest of India., < I
> : >j" I ( tacked him off to;En&lane0. :stand..I I 'The Turks;-were'di-Wen out of their .
:
ior' Cor.t 'Front and.Fit he at rick Stsy fJt trial. :Then the ,company sent to'thepirate ..'..Ian fastnesse.*. and chased.across Intollhiropy' :
,. ,.j' | , sloop and 'selsed .tbe,treuure[ /tt)f .(-wu.then that the
As Kldd had.started'outtto do" such 1 1'Kft.t '
; Turkl first settled Eastern,Europe ;
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< jr' ; : tblng ;tbepublicgrew; ..torbeIcve wh.r later they"were to wreak havoc F6tdjoeCreaffiCo.

/. .r! I&UmitfS" / ,, that $70,000 could not represent on Christian"ftaHons.) q' .
""f.M : r a'i him \under'anq, that he musts have ty .
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Ii. : .., burled part of the'lreisurer'There-1e Wider ADele wider'eprq'ad" ttheCOn.qre.ts .'
J) Kh.., JAt'the
' n'tlr of Genghis ; .cap .
1'J1>" .-f :J< I . J\!\ ",+ M'I ..".. /1", .. 1 .cONmIo; fI. no umo 1f1'.lias'UTed Bon.fer.'thJnklijjso./.Tet-tor:orer; ,JOO rears:'*..' lute of Herat alone he.l, said to hay ;ORDER YOUR CREAM FOR* 'TODAY
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'. .{' "1" ,:(f.f f--- Y.; f ;(, <' 'ad'eanUme tua..c.red.eooOOQ: people ,-240' mOrtal
: r. ry ,; 'Kldd.' wasVlaced'ort l trial'au' power :'cpuld '?:beck'his, advance.TbNtprophecj'ieemedaboutto'comb. 1 O M US.", ;CREAMS OFBUSIESS'IS1R i
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,1 "l'-: ,, FREDERICK. .11.\ MAT1IKW8 _. .'." . . .. ...:.. ... . .. . ,_.,,: .,, Kdltor: . .. rS r ''Albert' Fmtoit. 7'Tarlutn.. . I ; 'AJi*rf Toysan Tertum*:
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";, .' ".'. :,'J. A.'WILLI"," .,,'.'. .(.> ,, is//'*', , ... ,," ...t.' "|:. /'., ... ..".Business Manager PSr a": Lug B-Department O. SELLERS The, Director Moody cf Bible EYeD 10- .:'. ? IT,
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as matter, 6/1969, LESSON FOR JUNE 30 ... of Ihet'
"star'VUhua"
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,; Key West, under act of March ,1879. ,5,5 Guy Fawkcj'And the"Gonpow-
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'' REVIEW OF SECOND QUARTER.,, t"de r PIoi"' ,.: :Ir: 'f. .
1 1.. ':Delivered to any. part of the city for 10 cents a woek. Bent, postpaid to ,,
BIO bearded .
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.any, part of the Postal Union .for $5 a year; $2.50 for 6 JI1 nth.;,,$1.J1) OOtfiKM..TEXT:="I ".m"t >t 'come -todestroy ABLOVENLTUnkempt :' '', :3
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t.' -- - lesson for this ..matter belong '
.! you' Th "John.Of3arousodaome ft;; taU wlth.bleared ."' ', I
'Nev.8'b:r:"Spec:ial.Cable ServiceSATURDAY TF have a' for-th* most part to.th* year XII, Idle "ayes. peering 1 (
: \ the of bopnlarlty."Br 'bld- ;
?- J J-Shbe known as year cariositypy t "forthi-froin-;.", ,
' JULY 20, 1012. need'nowor ginning with the great Easter: lesson ding In at auction blotched and pallid '' ;.
User Is set forth the tact certainty; the lease of vault '
, a
fac. Such wafc
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l ',,, .. NOW, PUT up OB /SMUT wr.Am anticipate one and meaning of the resurrection otirar or coal cellar underneath Jean Paul Ilarat.

1 shown on the t aria page of this tie, She much cussed and 'dis soon tQyoul 'fulfilling'of Lord\ by which the'was demonstratedhis of God the Houseof ruler -of' Frano*'*
.. purpose in Lon-
il".L: .... : ; ; .: Lords destinies at a day MAR ,X T
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.: 'c1- i.i r- >' I both in his own life and in his work doo. Johnson ex. GUY FAWKES house.
) slaughter
when JFrance was a
![0.1"l'h 'editor Of/thie'afternoon/ paper ha* been '$averting.,'around for interestS'"t :drop upon- the. cross! whereby was mad plained that 'be' was 'the, :.aerrant

-- ----' oeverU days.and'mating believe.he, wanted to know who "Reader" w4. i possible the, establishment of'the new of Blaster -.Tbpmaa Plercywho /I'lae FrenchRevolution was 'atitshlghtl

J .. Jfe |um been trying to qu.UtJ'01' a position as Jokester on ,some iivedaltnanac -. ji j:Jiere'now arid kingdom., "era1''of''' these"lesion lived next door to ParlamentHons. "::' Attepithriwlnf) l+'tided oft which'the -cruel they
trom'hls bondage .o( royalty: > .
taken manifesto to showus
are .. and tbat is,wanted vaultas
1- Ica4 also. What he HAS done successfully is to make an.unmltK see :tKe.stylish. the application'.ot.the'law which for fueL had groaned for centuries;the French

gated ass of himself and provoke the acorn and contempt of Intelligent h* came to; fill full wlth'a newer and James.torageoPlace of'England"'Hebad people>> beheaded. their old tyrants the
I. king
reader.. _ ; I new foot we r. richer meaning: Speaking the Ideal succeeded was Queen Elisabeth in aristocrat: "1'.1h.Jalrlt_I

The article published In' The Journal signed une.4er"veIT' Sabbath a* contrasted with that presented 1(03. He. In weak, blood being still .unslaked, the.r.lI.to
was a
scoundrel a.
much like this You will be un by the religious\ teachers of beheading each other. Th..Relgu 1 '1
scores of other. letters which have been received by paper tilted war; He persecuted the Catholic '

'at; different time*, 'it was not out of .the ordinary and It was strange der the day Jesus uses the Illustration ofhealing *, broke bit solemn state promises af Terror" set believed In. First fiteher the'rvolnUonhrts Ideals-
who
no obligationto and the of grain
that: the afternoon. paper should have made such a howl about It. The also plucking lied out of difficulties and in and gentler methods were slain.., Then
that is of more value
to show us man
fact of the ;'matter Is that the afternoon its other wars made for himself a boat
paper was overcome by can' buy because of the the more rabid revolutionists divided\
than the ceremonial observance ..
most
the
of enemies. Parliament, for
herons jealousy \t'h_ that letter from a responsible citizen.. publish law. Jesus proceeds in.the third lesson thto several: parties: or factions., And.

1._ ,ed. In r The'. Journal, the Citlsem realized that It had. 'toot lived up to what you look. .will to choose and set apart those part, backed'shared the kinga'wishes his unpopularity.HencsParliament ,whichever. faction chanced at the meant

Is expected of a newspaper that: poses ...the "people's paper" It real-- who shall share with him in the establishing I if to be uppermost. executed members
A band of daring unscrupulous.men
be pleasure for' of the ,ath.... On leader after
'J ized that;The .Journal's'. vigorous opposition to law violations was apprerlated a of this new kingdom. resolved to rid England of King
another to outdo his predecessors'in
arose
the fourth lesson Jesus
{ by''the"public. and that the Citizen perched on of the In depict James -the royal family cand.Parlia-
was top fence us to show you the character necessary for those who deeds, of violence, only to lose
to mortal fear of either side the other. but ment as well by the very simple
dropping on one or Nothing ball.Share with him.in.th* fulfilling, I 1ts? own Mf* and;powepto' some still
\ Jaalotuiy could 'have provoked such a vapid and utterly dlagniitlng outburst how and why wet of God' purposes In this kingdom.; means 'of destroying: the whole lot atone more: 'muVderoua datafagoKu'
blow. Their plan was"to nil the
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on.tfi* part of the evening paper. Th* blessings of poverty and the And the h art'and soul x>>>f the Rein

sr : ")*>A VU> Welt"threat" of what will happen to "Reader" If he "butte can and dQ sell danger of riches form the subject matter cellars of the House of the Lords when with of Tertorwaa K rat.;.11.'... a Swiss
gunpowder. Then on day
. In," that statement gets ,Its.hot air qualities'from. flip man who' wrote. It. "bett shoes for of the fifth lesson wherein we are the king and his family should come br; birth.and bad';at various times

.KotodrhaTgoM'Into'hiding yet, 'andIt is not likely they will. .Resides, r taught a full revelation concerning to open Parliament, to set a match to been a scientist. ;"a. literary man a

will.have plenty of defenders'amply able 'to take Scare of any less money Uf* and it* tru. substance. the powder and blow up every one in phy lcllU!. andJso.'says.! Carlyle-a
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Key to Situation.. horse 40tCtor.,wta- the'revolution bean -
the
!d ,may 'be made. The sixth lesson has to do- with building: h* started'a-pape1: called "The

e "j' J. . ). love as the secret of the fulfillment- Robert Catesby: Thomas Plercy; and Friend." of the People." It was probably

tar ,1' /NAILING. 'ANOTHER!, LJE. allthat,) la required of all that baa eighteen others were In the conspir the most scurrilous, bloodthirstysheet

The afternoon.paper prints an article which appeared'In the Morning : GEORGE, S WAITE. been already stated, or that may acy.: a They brats chose, .heartless as the soldier actual' of assassin fortune *!81bB.? ecI..

News'of'May 27,1011. !fhai : In this lesson by a 1'b. revolution at that. lime had
i J w the Jast issue of the. "News, and ," .. iereaftr'arlst; whose real name U said to have '
t tt died with a U,Pit it* lips. 'The aiUcle in ijnesdon was written by the' set 'skilful questions Jesus ...Up4.u.wen been Ouldo Fox but' "'hO,11 known to i Dot 'wholly thrown saalty aside.
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92 and 94 DIVAL ST.Clothing : th'i fundamental I iarrest.'worn ordered.-
principles''of t.
Kar ;
", :/' person who now edits theyCitizent; therefore, it Is not "surprising that ..' history as "Guy Fawkei" No one escaped
< : : this law of love. So deep \ and fled to'th low8lt'alutaL
the died ."lielngc"if knows -whether Fawkes was to receive
paper' d Hats Shoes dos ..b* buUd'and '10 nigh does h* rber'hiding 1 ID,ths! sewers and eel
t whether
,.. .. : +'Wo<< are,going to fcfeti briefly to the contest mentioned. The man iq J:: reach that we are compelled to ..xalalm. I be money for his deed or lars n* 'spent Air'tlnj making friends

. ; charge of'the conte$J j'sktppjid I the town-'carrying vwtth"him -a considers ,'''' jI .' "Who'' Is sufficient.* And ,so ,I for consented King James.In to.do through hatred' wtth'.tbo'vTJ*.outcast* ot the Paris underworld. ,

i 'ble".vane-ot'maneylecphep" from contestants, all.pfj, which we /had <.tosnake and
good. .11M'edltai of.e dtlsen :worked;JDeaselessly\ ;lioison'tbe ,. ,> ,: .follows Jbe sixth, for in this we find conspiratorsv
: 'f
e'r' of, J'jmlnds': of,th* eO.teet-"wbo weiy.entered aad niD;mislead, two; or'three: {l" the key to the whole situation. :1Jeglnningwjtlithe"vers. i through'' the nine-foot wall between timed. Iereetk4;; rth* revolution waxednor i r ,.

i'\! ,..; ,, y": ,I;: {'i "of thetnitf. : ills''pretbods' 'at:;tb a t,tlm b,?aad'wedo'not believe )"he bas:cbsingj ,' > that,;forms Abe Plercy's:;houi* and<<.tp.e., Parliament: ; J would.,emerge fromhiding II''. ',i
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golden'tert'-f '
, '' __ _ 4 '. I or today Jus.gos/on, ; .efth'rpeLplana: of :
f1lLjii Jfril fLi *
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oJ i p ji i i .i. i T i.m l L** /l eniarwhe"cronchei cellar,.,?' Then.T; be.rtog j'the' cellars )?
'f' T/,;' ,. . i"arc u'f e, 1 .to. ,.1I0W'l1./that what isipontgle, vlcJenc, ,.Each time the saner leadersdenounced lei,

1 jaahla p0es1b1eswlthcQo4" ,,... /were AI ;,.,'th.t.f or1; rent'wkea.wOrJr .Mjnt'r'bMlly'IgUut !r hlrsd: << 'them/ . '')11.& /But,, soon or,late, \*}

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'oW . ,;QpewedYbls'ap) ; eq And thus to.I

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JInasnuicias'what) ; ''ar b'wierc0l'erei ,

f ,J'., ., + .\,, \ scores'' of'elh:' ..e pew.pWe4'tuve"dun4? z ded ';thd'4 ... 'some ,ilW>*'.Its.+"spiriti and, ">Intent,at''tbe:a*.l IfoodTT i A,baja ot:powder was Maid' : ',,\ .tt.ai, Tf 5camliSJf S. :M': 'aMocome'wboUJ''out'qf'aecI1Ul1011an4 ," "

7"......." ;, ..: e ttWff.:: 'Weks. Our.Wrrlstlan!! . $rt.ndof+'tfse. 'Cltlnengot'lmoDg, .tthe 'well'Dencew'baTe;' ;,in .blm fInd hi* (kver7ts1ug'wae ready;;. \ t.; t.IIft'a1oud.tbrIYOI.; ..,, dr'; his to' . '10.'
by
.W contestant and eauei'wo': "op-Uire of ,them toybellevet, at.there..would : .Parliament.| .wait 'to taeeton harem Pl'O ; ) (
as a tastily pre- righteousness all ,tbat'la essential .,.;- newspaper;: his ,l4e.'. for the death of t'
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'''be no'prlEes awarded Many. dm ;:The' two ''lc4Ullng<< ;eoot.Ntaate'declded'; t -* **** -ft_ j 7.) -. Th eJghtb-lea/ .on.kHajrurther; ", carries ;i'ber'4B.lM.5C'.Th. ian4'.molJt.o'ot Us lellowmen. -Tb;: ; ''revolutionary "

that'they' would withdraw and was're: out tbik.. teaching by-showing us i the royal family.'vei.d! ) lobe there.. Ata }
tlielr'money.'every. penny"of 1tVi! pared meal and there's signal.Fawkes'to + leaders feared andhated hlm.: They ,
light the
lfact powter .
funded to them. s. V the that in>' the constant- con train and wasthen to beld'hlm In contempt for his aqualld*".. .to.

., 'The scurrilous, lleing article'in.' the News stated" that,,; no pie>ei nothing helps make a tastily that sciousness'of will enable God men'independent there lies 'power of to Flanders.. The other escape conspirators byihip Blth and his shrieking,, clamor for

,\ would lw !given. This was absolutely.false. 'Other'J'OUDg ladles,In the were"to kill or'eaptroe any members blood: ,But they could no longer send
'S oaths In simple truth to fulfil all
content abided by ou'rdeel; lol\, In the matter, and four received arfllomoiWring'each. prepared meal so much th, r requirements oftruth.. of the royal family: who did not him 'into' hiding. For the worst element
of the mob ruled Paris.
'' chance to be at Parliament's now ,
I We would not under ANY drcamtrtaneea 'dratf 'the.'namei as the BEST groceries. The ninth lesson; is one of the practical I opening. And the mob adored Marat. He grewIn
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of tfw young ladles into a newspaper ''controversy'\ but anyone InVereotfrfmay applications of these principles No one betrayed this plot, which power and his most terrtbl.orden

call at. this office and secure the'" names of these young ladies m.n d For that kind Telephone which' Jesus has been setting forth. I i 1 might have changed the history of were obeyed.:
The ancient high priest with the bells the world. Yet It Walt discovered.
learn the facts of the case for tbem elYN. And pomegranates upon his garment The discovery came about In an odd He framed a law by which 400,000

And now a final \Vord/< Grocer"WM carried as much fruit as noise Into the I
.. t News. Tbe Newfl did not die a natural death. It.'10undoU n was jenlonsy holy place. So Jesus, this new high way.One of the eon.plratorll-whleH one being false to the revolution. Hun

t- spite and vlndlctlveneas'and it \ros'likea; house built Upon tlu' priest teaches us'that though'we are was never known: -was a friend of dreds xpore were guillotined at hIscommand'

I '. Mucll1. It marie a prvtonso of competing with Tlie Journal In the morning justified ,in the sight ofl' God by our Lord Mon ten Rio, a noted English He even gravely expresseda
-- wish to behead entire French
fold,' and it won promptly choked put of exiwtence. It:was a plendl'I 'fn1tlrwe-demonHtratethaUaltb.-- In the statesman. He sent Monteagle an of 270,000 officers an and men.
army
'v always' .awaits II night of men by our actions toward anonymoue'4etter.b.gging-hImt 2 .
which
the fate built
example of the newspaper on sue ,
both
..,. V" those about us. keep away from the opening of Par With Robespierre and Canton (

: I.. foundation .. E ROBERTS If we are truly and.properly spiritually liament. Monteagle, not sure whether of whom later fell'victims to the guillo-
JrI', "\ or not tho1warning wag :
a show
t : related to him our alms and Joke govern
IT'S SOME: ilKAI/TIiy IN KBVAVE8TV' prayers and fasting will not be' for ed it to the secretary state. The

During the year loll Insurance.'companies paid life insurancirlalniH ( the purpose of attracting the attentionof secretary laughed at It as a hoax, but was the ruling' spirit In this combination.

In Florida to the amount of $3,1OOO01; : Of. this,amount, ,$823,t>t 220 Duval St. men but each disciple will be aa was Induced to show It to the king. In vain did his opponents ,call

""-.."S S wort 'n Jackaonvllle., $_f 0.Mae to Pensacola and a1oo.nnn"A___ ._ Tmn__mi" ". i V e I his master who sought only to glorify i lames! (who was so cowardly that I him "sewer rat," and even less complimentary '
the Father, This Is the man who i the sight of a sword used, to make names. In vain did they' ,
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have liefore us a long list of cities In ''Florida "'hlei';,stetted ''a pm-tlon i
builds I upon solid ground and whose j him ill) fell into a frenzy of fear. On plot for his downfall. By beer force
p of the total amount. Key AVe t-ls not on that list, but'li gin another list house stands amid the breaking storm the 'night of Nov. '4 be ordered Parliament of evil\ he crushed all opposition. And

in which the amount of rlalmft paid for.the year was le s"than. *'0.000. "If Roberts hasn't, got rather than the one whose house not ( house searched. As the the crazy mob slavishly followed his

: Tho life insurance companies have, a. soft snap .n. Key, Wrst. Most so founded goes to pieces amid tba I' searchers neared the cellars they met one virtue. By crafting, as did other

t people here'dle of old<< ag&- If that die at all and the city t.:1O:; healthy; it, it isn't,in the city. storm. TbI..1i the tenth lesson. Guy Fwkea+ coming out He was revolutionary chiefs, he might tare
seized before he could made millions of dollars. H* died
f that we have but one undertaker. Consider, now: that that> ineanH'fioimeV1hjn Dominant Notes. !( dart back and ,
the place was ransacked. with just twenty-one '
: r in a-city'with'a: population of25OQO. Vf believe we are Well = Following these lessons upon the. The ofso cejta. could
t. Bight' large a pile of Nature at last did what man
withinthefacts', when' we say that..Key Vfeat has the lowest,depth :rate : kingdom Jesus Is depleting shown. In the ', "wood roused suspicion. The woodIwas DOt to shorten the career of this "star, '4v11laln" , ,t
any'>1tJ In tie South'ii' / '' Tax Assessor's Notice I eleventh lesson as John theBaptist' : cleared and '- Scarlet1 '.'!
,,'t ,4,. , }1ft, : '. Notice is' place and significance as the I away the ,gunpowder of France's Trag :TMarat's >
AI.1 hereby; given'that I am barrels were discovered. Fawkea, health,gave out. He suffered 'I'

,'",-} : "t ,-i ', , i't ;.......'.-..+....;......444'44'c4 44.;..,.++,...,... .,........, .'.:.+.+. making up the olty,tax sjsemineiUroll forerunner hat;;poalUon of, as himself being and the because exalted of raving with helpless fury strove in intolerable pain. The only relief be '.,'

'r. J ; for the year 1914./? I'irtle.tdeeHhl! ; [ (( among uthose born of ,.women yet{ Jle"" vain to- let fire to the gunpowder and! could get was to lie for hours In a tub "' >t a'

blanks tor making returns will be' turDIBhed who in humbleness. Is Jlttle shall 11..1 to1die; with his enemies; He was of hot wate.-rhe great unwashed > !
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<" lame by1 making application! greater evearthan John. 'John rpp overpowered and 'dragged before the was actually'forced to blithe!

: Monroe Theatre the feltr.<:Jerk'. om"e." Rented the end of,the old and of elUII' klngr There h* ,made surly, eonitemptuous It :"iwasj whrfci'b 'wee wrapped In *' "1>1.;

:- ti-"E.' 1; U :MoCllntonk the beginning of the new. *- ,{i answers to all questions sheet In the steaming! bathtub on th ; ,

**r- ". :: ,* *'" ; -. * y s-8 City TaxnjJourt Asseepor., I The,lasV. lesson' affocd us .'..ignul'cant and refused to betray .his ..accomipllces. evening of July 13, 1783, that a young
] t : But torture at last made him girl from the called"0 see
\1 : : viewat) radiant revelation tot the provinces

::1re. : Tlie' 'Pi of them
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!d"If.I.l:. C' I .Ift, i1'f'' : "'LEGAL d .. were executed list of traitor Dame. and began
: ( : . NOi1IJ&;,;' .. neTeUBSBtyykeen-- discernment. oL. I
-Fawk
1 ;ta. ; r ./',." ''". .?. ,"!' ',"M ", 1 ,", ..... ;'; .4i: rsus..< 'His dealing with her who gave lHa.t-of-a11-_old_ chro>Se J Mad. them to. him. Marat toL

r .T ... rr t t !11:, '. [ of<:oonrty'Jddge:J fital, >cf ler!.beat'as contrasted "'tb.'Blmon''I rive. the following account" -of his greedUy,! AOhVncT1ia CToakedi
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O'NI6Hf.P' ; ? farewell to
( : t 'Florida, Monroe' eounty.' who from'' abundance j the. world: > of
his
'( (1 ,' .. gave only I "They; hall die! Every one
r. : In r* estate of Matilda Williams... 1 "TitovtaryjaU, and'desperate .
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7 1
: : .tL dlacourteey.and'friendless criticism
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3 YI 1, '" Notice; Is hereby given to all whom lcnt'-.t.:: I mad r
u j ), ; ?9ila mi-KXCEULKNT, fL1NsfbUR, .' ,:' ......x It may, concern that on the loth day caches us' wbateshould.th.* real (after:a, noaongapece : but As h. spoke: th* girl-Charlotto ;
,, ". '" .' ... : heartmotive of our lives lie :who sortrseeming sorry for histOgnBraaka.h heart
1,4 ; '.L --, 'TJII rIi.\rfl JT 6'Clf l.H >' .'f- : .r,.w of' December' ; ;D.'.' .1911. < J'' shall ,. Oorday-7 tabbed him 'to the 1
'" ''; A I c.wt ttel Drama' full ot Terllllnn! lttuatlon..i .; r' ;" '. apply 'te the Honorable.Hugh Onnn came\to break'the iheU of self 'conn kind' offorgiveness She had hoped to free Franc -from a ,
ryy .l iiti.I.., ......... :.. "+ ,. sinful"'of-thanking.} and"the. slot V for; his than1
11 ; ; "I" : \" \ r ,. fudge of Aid court as Judx of pro. placency glbrlfied the act of the tyrant ),But she did more,harm r
3 4s.. & :''Tu11l {itvRnARt'\ J,, ),,+ contrition :bloody: Intent. <; ,,, / : "i,4J ;- hat'' -
q 9 r"INCIDENTS. c F. { . :' ;"f. bate for final'dischargeaf/ admlnis woman who in, broke bar good ;In .the>first, place Marat
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} ,, ," '"Inetlnetivd".w. , : "11 ', .,;:.'1)")' I sun I ,. rI trator of;the estate of. Matilda*Will- alabaster box at his feetj:, h.who ton JAll urope' shnddered ,over'Knr4Jand : '' '
y k t .. .t 1. ,." .1"I 'I,j.' '' ,..p ....ti"; )... Joo'"" .(. : '' N';\ ., :rl' lama deceased; and,that at- th* lame tog much could,for iv* mucb;-j"| :rJJ.: .i 1 aarrowap .1.fTh! ftfth'tlC:; *( ; ; ,, : .
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I' ," 2 t P I ( N' ; A1tgRI. (.u.D CJU.S AND THIi,1VIDOW,s'r '.i''r8Jdgppuwng + tkn* I will present Bay final accounts 'ar'two. oy.three'notetitkat Norenherwas'Vordaltted, ; ,by"- Ring jrekstO 11't'\b4th.; second, sb. ", '
Coa ';J" ae-admlplsUator; of said estate;.andnitcfor'th.1r'approvaL' Ther/f r /JlUlle.; ,"'to.h ;.obaetveddorev : aY"a ; \ ?
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,. k' .y A--' -..,Jr ,1i !'?I r J:, ', at' Frank '. Holtsberg \They An h.v. Unsung-, for"r" >Hero.'i--, '" ". 'of Oil.. STATISTICS Freight Hauled. n|OF United THE.State'RAIL'la Is Our' ServiceUfKotlt ::SaIisfaotory" : i ;' Y6U' ? if, '

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: "bravengineers/ ,'** , ;'1BCX,000.000 Tone Annu.lly-IIOO"," tlt .r ": : 1i 1i'I; : .
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1: ." h" '" n I Now I'm full of pralee for the .nsinerwaybr ,, '', ..'j' " ,' j. ,
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: ,' 'J".A I. let me be heard ae I Venture a word ate'' sufficient fOMQ a single train '' .;Al ( .wWe ,
: " ." : ',' iJr9tS!!tman-"r at T the*, telegraph'tlekerCllcketycUckl > around! ;the earth' at the latitude of. wan ;to know hqw" our ".,I':'ii;; ." :.J""I' .]"" ", .',..j
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;,' ' : .'> l$ """ how the ln trumente t-Wtt..1', _44ck.1' In :them are hauled annually over S-:: -are e.rlie5tlyShiviDg---to..please./1 t: : ':/r'",3 hi,;'ti 'jr-;;; ,.

:. / 'UA'tinehne' of CJolowd 16o and.-AIshk wffter'than' Iltht.Orden 1.500.000,000 tons of freight! each ton \ '
Lawns, goads.allcolors Daytime r ' ,This you. .Our, drivers are .Inlftructed'Y.' ; M"1"I I:, .

low; .- 1: -...80 Vyftrdrr"Jost ",.. .. ,Ucker.for train':from' .tko.. .' r jnaa at. the I of.I* equal which'U to hauling carried 161 one miles.ton-' almost t to give full,weight in all instances.If ,' 1 ,. .. : S.' >!"-. .,!{; .:"' .. : \\1

: received i f full:"line of Val l Lane .- . *. ->, t20.000.000.000 miles.. .1.. .. 1 ...!" \\1'; '" ,. / .
a ,;. ;;.. =/ The engtn.eir.-bole oorfoenMA with I t the one that serves you'fails to ..., ; ) v. :, ;t .

''j H. /1j.;. ..$? ''Ed ;bgaod Insertions 10 yd., now 3.for lOoBrown ... i Dtapatehera'one train,mild think.' about' many' .railroad.The 46.000 of the passenger United States elLr. ,of tamed the '\ do so; phone 211 at 'oncef..t.:: '.r. .; :,' i6 .i'i', \. '.;

,( : , ....:%i\t\ +" .:-":;V '': lintn. lorek rte 12;L2o valtieilEruwu -. I to handle the tat with the-horse rAnd at,$300.000,000. are capable Of seating 5:

'j .:7'7"11' ; 0 4> J....... 70 .' J tfaah-and-dot .' at on. time-1,800.000 people- and. If '
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'f .,. &'t-,... ,.-..;. Hicc 'osBortmentj -ftingKams f ,, ; ;linens.X : 'With his'tratat' .m ui.. freah a. he take. ) "Tbey transport annually. almost MK>,- Consumers Ice oStrage
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ands\ : __.,.;_, 'I Bet the her* te> tarn te the nan at the key '. "fr
'' ro' .. 'no'I'J!' 'I. '. ,j.. .: .. ,(, 1'"r' ,t100 a y\t---\ : .. ': The. jeryyjdUpaltcher who make* _em.CUrkety approximately SS. mile. Practically, .. .'. '
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y, .. . .\.1// .. On little: hitcit -train'!.'tfte dltchl ? service for the railroads of this coun -- "-7-"
, Nice tlcklbMt taak to be roan at the ticker.- try 47.000 of which'are used trf transport , .
; people and ....1\41"\ Tbe total number .. ..
: ; Frank; ,When the Hood's running high and tae :
; : Hltsbergs train card'. awry I* estimated be worth no 'less \ .> '

And the (chrduU'e.bunted to flinders than jQo0,000,000. >
[1/1f"' .i1T ",. ",. I. H. must ""ccf--tn-llM-Alar> tor the Tse trbliI1t"and fpasseoger t locomotives THE STATE UNIVERSITY I FLORIDA STATE \
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r T 71nd'a. t- erlu: oo train far andpiwarvaNo alop! 'cover 8.600.000 mile* In' a "
---'I imtter what obetaeM Tilnderct 7/ .' IT '
\ : ., f. Tin the tangle I* .t.raI.cht he U "Bo**." .lnltle' y. \ GaIn.ilUo.; Fla. CflllECE FORWOMENTallahassee ,
/ 't- itJ" .;, {>t '!" !! he 1.1 Fate. ' The. engines consume annually del Next Session Opens Sept. 1'1. 1912. ; {
.. 1 !' ", Tbertjl* no one to question or bickerWhether and '..at.' enough to cost the' ,.pnbllo -ji.. '. :
., "::: ORD1t: .ORIGINAL BOTTLING > !,>' .four track. or on., .alt the traiOr carriers of the country S18.000.000.. I The Unlvoriity of Florida offers excellent J i
t runBy opportunity for the liberal *
the: man at the telegraph ticker.. the effect of the.cI1.trlbutlot1 of.'which l College 'of arts'.and sciences, '1101'I"., 'r 4
''J Is felt In every nook and corner of the I, and professional education of Flor- mal school with kindergarten 'depart Y

cnrkvty-cllrkl CllRktyllck land. ida ;young men at the actual cost of ment school of music, school of art* ...ti..
**Bt<)' on the wrecker at one It not school of home elonomIcs 1" '
. Yet the .owner of these vast facilities llvlag. High moral tone. Scholarly expression -
doloker.Train'e faculty. Beautiful buildings. Attractive department with extension dlYls 1
'ERwHXSKEY Jumped the rail*!" *orabody rendering so tremendous a service
wall. to the people of the oountry. .received campus, nearly 800 per cent Ion. Beautiful .Docatlon, beautiful'

Action1. the word for the. man at th* for the year ending June 80, Increase In attendance during the bulldlnga and first class equipment:
ticker! 1909 only $236.000,000 In dividend on past three years. Leader In AthletIc. throughout. Tuition free: Other too*. .

'- : U". .a Bit a-am of chess. with ,to a total capitalization ot IUOOOOOOOOOBqun' . and other forms of student. activities. Other expense very low. .For Information '
." Send for catalogue address EDWARD CONRADI ;
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or "icu*** Magaclne.RUNNING
t JrV'At Club or Cafe Ana the board I* a buy dlvUlon.For tt A. A. MURPHREES, Free.A U p" .. ,
move that I* wrong Tnlfht It* death.
: to a tnron : A MODERN RAILROAD
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\ You wantthat iaa wnaah. or a head-on collision.Your ___ ___MFavorlU" > i --'
llfif. In hi. hand when you travel .
rice and old On lane Story .U..d by .General Solicitor oj "S BUST BUILDERS -;:" I" r
rare And a* b........ are measured, hi. itatimr to Ward Off New. .,
win- 'loom up right near to the "braw -.J
Interviewer .
mellow "vintage' nalneer.. ," paper r--
I _nk to the merry dl paLch..rl0IIcketc1lck have no time to experiment with'i1
Martin Clardy of St. Louis, general
taSte. You: want building materials of uncertain
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I Cllckety-<< ,d Wifemay be sick and the baby be aleker; Mountain railways Is one lawyer quality. They demand the kind /
whiskey that is SOIl: h.mut stick right at hi. "trick." ,
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/ sound and whole.spniee -Bei ton .Bral.,. )In the Twloe-a-raontk I And when reporter are too I = T j- of having to tear downk. and .
"- IA | Popular Ma.ailne. Insistent, Mr. Clardy has a stock .story r build over again Vbat's why they /

: which be tells to shut off the inter'dew.
; ; that "hits AWRE I, i come to ns for lime bricks, cement
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1.DRS. WEEDSNew Says Mr Clardy: : : '
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; : I' 'J reaturea In Lately';Installed Machine general. a railway company. .Jf'lL
ample is worth'following.. bed'better '
"Where's the You
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t&i" : HIdi3.aWe Narperti ltSlle i I many-years.-.but\ ..weed burner emtodies -' 'OoD. to the ball game/; snappedthe SSNBR'j
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j :x :WHAII.TONFURNITURE. : :C0 .* > : ''.'t OJa1/ H. that' what-'you.want':' .. ,' to *,710 OnrpHne i .Si., '' ''*)>;>)*',( J.. '
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Simonton and Angela, Streetsa I City, JournaL '
Corner of, Bids ""IT::"be received at the''.lI oc < Yt I
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, tWeed In' of the' City Clerk until o'slock p.
,'. . New Road China. m. Thursday June 6th, 1912 for furnishing -
The Canton-Macao railway China, the city with Bituminous coat

; We are headquarter's' for has already bean surveyed, and It Is far the period of ene year. /
a probable that construction work will The city reserves the rIght tox reject -
be commenced In the near future. any and *U bids. .''

everything in up-to-date .house Starting at Fatl!, across the Siliiung Dy order of City Council.H. LUEQI LOESSNER I
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: Burner for Electric Railroad river from\ Canton, the line will run City Clerk. .

\ and Track.. \almost' due south through the districtsof ..,..._.., .. , .. ._ ,
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furnishings goods -- -- - -
. ::.. you . scorches the weeds which die In Bhuntak and! unKshnn to the /
boundary of tlio: Portuguese: colony of .
about tweoty-foqr hours, under sunny Macao. This ll.o will be about 70 /
. ' -: will be: pleasantly sue rp is- conditions' of weather. The dead )
__ __ __ weeds -IUerTemoved and burned.A miles long and will penetrate ono of GoodsHandworked
are
Imported
t tho richest d'stricla! of South China.
= water tank Is carried to enable the'operators ?
: ed to know just how little '.o extinguish possible fires The country through which It poaaes II .
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Is low and Is Intersected by Innumerable
In old dry ties. Good sound ties will Garments
.. creeks and given over to rice,
: fit home as I not catch! fire readily. The weed ' ralle
we can up your fruit and vegetable<< culture. A :30-
I burner, with a crew. of two or three
branch lino will bn built to connectthe
/ I men can cover two miles an hour on main lino at Chentsun with SunnIng Panama Hats
have it
: you'd like to fitted up. the level with ease. It Is being used railway\ at Kongmoon via Kau- t

.. . with success on an electric railroad In' konR. There are no very largo citieson 4.

1[ Ohio.-Popular Mechanics. the railway, but there are many. f ,

villages and several towns of from ten II youhave been t.o our

/ : Sell for Cash Time Shocked the Superintendent.He to fifty thousand Inhabitants among tore recently you know
:. We or on entered. the superintendent's of. which are Chentsun Shnntak.. Heung--

I lice In a kind of bashful well-I-got-no- Shan Chlngshan, Kanchuk and Kau- without Loin!; told\ that- we *
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)Ji .h. 1- -- quietly asked the busy man If the ..su The southern terminus of the line : Julius Walterson & Co. have tbe .claKsifCt lire in r.Br. .
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: 'i-. 868886888880 perintendent was In. will be within five miles of the new tbo above mentioned. articles ,
ai'tl., };gggggggg88Hsg888888g8868881. :! 888888888888888888, 8 "I am he," replied that official with. commercial port ofHetingsdiow.. Huve the MostUptod teMACHINE
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d 'out raising bill eyes from the desk- While rlco Is the' principal product of i to be found in the :..

- "what do you want?" this IfglO'n, the population Is so dense. II .
"One of your trains killed my doga that large quantities of rIco have to SHOPIn illy., / ,

: : : : ! G. Blaftk I few days ago-and J thought I would be Imported to help out the local I }
You Wife \WEB'Sll'at f
, Philip stop In and. -"' crops. Sugar cane Is grow on large tbe city, and they ;)..,

"Well, he had no business on our scale for local consumption and ex oo work of All kind .

, tracks; you should have kept him port. Ai 9ng the manufactured articles on short notice. Re- ,' .ornclbi,1t. is DIF' }" .
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'. : 1018 :Street the caller, "but I didn't and he got on mats and matting bags, groundnut, everything. ,litr !n design and ;j.

. *< k the track and waa kUed_ and I cassia, bean oil, coarse china ware, paper II
\ : --- "" thought you ought to-" and firecrackers. The princIpale.lfIIOrte Machine Work of All!! Kind pattern just as you do; ao ,
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; ,..{ clothing"Ratnway'-Age-tinsett4- store would suggest 1
;_ . I *', "Who said anything about pay replied Opposite-MasQnicCenaple we :

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: .4 : )oU ought to'..be'paM for the burned R., EL LOUVRE .
motivefneL-.Peat-la usually
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; '! < It. . ". }q.the mattet'r speckr'> ." '7 i':I 'to1l. .1 h4 "".J '. .f .. ,., 1 i'1:1: e'rr'y rti Iuif! ,Won eoUcitld)4' Jl'.ylgbt"'. a4u, enctae''luwi tt tntentsd an a p1w* , : } 'l'atre M w ....u.J.s.' ? '' '
: ..., ., I I ,,' .... I.,1 : : I Qulcll"uu4'1D4i > ''VAL STJt ._ ,Tank,..wfa. k.M raw ;
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tarles. 7.t much of ______ :' :iJdUt't
y ti %Who** Ufa 1 !.' FRAMCOl.> .VILLON' \ .
; ; shrouded. in' mystery.', It ..' thV story' \ 4M a t '. ''. M1 JE1 0 ; : I.. or %er
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a alum-hero.:A. pickpocket-poet, 1 ..lDan'expo
$1 a thief ,e.nd tnardrr whose'poeticalgeniuswas I I>JssHM ,

scarce short of sublime. .. cou]

In ,the low, taverns of Part; about / and
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' the /middle of .the fifteenth century. \ a \ : .tnwh

InsrtCraff'' of tile local underworld(: T1 '-weir oA? Guaranteed- Hose made, they would not'& sold by !
raised tor'themaehee an Idol, to the 'byaibl

shape of. 'brilliant :youth of high edu- ,
'catloa .ho .preferred to chooco his ; : .ate

chnma from 'the aordld criminal class<<;! IBM
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i 'rather than from among hl. equals.Ha A. LOUIS & .SQN\z': illn

fought, stole caroused and killed !

with rum.... then wrote wondrous kuwt
I t. poems that were M.mailcal that even '

I his besotted comrades' loved them.j ./ "" Ti
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The slang.ol the Thieves' ;'Kltcbens Is '(' all
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was his. So was. a flow of the most' WEEK Ui

beautiful language known to. man;, ,. : y ..

r This youth was variously known by "\ '?" y5r ''tbt1l.

a. string of- aliases. Among,. these j At this Stote \ ''' .
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I names were Corbler. Piton De Mont- ", '. klU]
,- corbfer. Des Leges, Corbeull and Fran- t I >1" rr '.. i
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naines was really his own Is uncer-: -
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Ion." Yet by that alone ha I. known | :

to history.' : Some say: ha borrowed {" .' ,, ,,"tl, o Rf A ":
the name "Villon" from hI. rich'i .

I i guardian. Oulllaume de Villon. Other w l I ts" T K: ? i tito
claim that It was .merely a Dtjcknam :
I and that it was: .whimsically, chosen X. ,pi
by him because it wai a French term -
for "crook j slr
or blackguard.
'fT" ' 'Villon bad wealthy; Influential : '.

t ( .friend. First and last he needed all FULLY G.UARANTEEDX rt, '. :

. : their influence' and Appropriated not a I| ,
little of. their wealth; HIs earliest \ .
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.' known clash 'with the law was In' :,. .a
1455, when he waa'twenty.foul', :years " ,1'I
old. He .was 'at'that t me a College .', l ea. v .. Y. .. I I .' t'i '

'graduate ;and a jnaft r.of.s-rti/: -'Re- ,I yrya . 4 ql iL i Vi.' ,tl
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tt" turning{ :'from a1'' drunken revel', one !S'' ;,Y't' .. S ',Y : 4 i NIr fio J\., i"j j 4!

night\ ha''' met ",pr1eet*' ? iI'.Ao'' auarrel;; nrt|r rf ,' r +, "..'. r/d; ; ( ''f I 16rI, r"e ..... ."
..P sued and. ,vn>pn',stabbed) 4. ';" j : ../ it, fJ'pfr). r't "
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p. SfV-A;; year: ,or two iatl' be was 1n trow ;f we offer thent ethe "ib lov i, ''''
7 ., ifele I again./'Th1: tlmeltwai: a tavern } 1.r 1\' ,err:
r''v; < brawl. Villon did not figure. 't+ Hufdred.offamlllee who..d this ad* i 1 ..' 1 "
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11IL. : ;, favorably: in the affair, 'In' fact..'after yr hosiery s tb .
-- <-* -wearing quality: of their .- Either it I. FOUR ,, '
..' "'--'.". < 'S severe beating ;he ran away'from F ordinary "guaranteed" hosiery: coarsely
Paris; more to avoid: ridicule than to ? +tk made and finished or 'the ,more expensive /
;1 escape punishment.. In the early brands sold without any gtur.nteetbat it will. "
.spring of 1456 ,, he became 'a student wear a week, a month or a day. r .
at the College' of Navarre, near Angers To such people we extend a pressing Invitation to call at our store A '
this week and examine latest refinement In
C France." A few weeks later the iM1 fgDiBvic'iRcae.- guaranteed
(, hosiery
,.e treasure chest In the college chapelwas X
robbed. A band of student thieves ? r ftjmnfle'-.fioMi are for men, women, misses and boys... They are differ- a Bw"' '
ent from the ordinary hosiery in several ways that court for extra lueur \ '
was arrested One of them confessed :4 and iialui. The makers Issue a signed and registered guarantee with '
that Villon the ringleader of the
was .
every box: that fcipndo>+>6 will give satisfactory-wear' 'for four mo t1t.. 4')
gang who had broken Into the chapel, This is ondornod ourselves
,,, guarantee by and means just what it says /
and that the poet was even then planning new hosiery if fflTOidetficaa! jrails to give eminently satisfactory: wear. I

new robberies. The difference between IJJjSjJaiiSS and other brands Is In the extreme *11t .
1 Villon was put to the torture 'and a andtotiuienet that the maker have put into it. Such I ) ; f a
qualitr.hae
'! : then sentenced to be hanged. As he '. -never heretofore been put Into any hosiery at 25 cent t& a I V 'I " .
." lay in prison waiting for execution. S'S s4; equal in every way: to the fineit hosiery sold. The threads are exceptionally FULLY t- ; I '
.r be wrote one of bU greatest poems; '? well spun and carry an unusual amount of textile strength. The weave Is ,"rJ '::'-::;- '
exceptionally close meohcdand the"feel"is eoft and resilient Uke fine silk. t.4s .
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.4 a 'grim, wonderful bit of verse, entitled. F I \ '
"Ballade of the Iianged" Again J. i A special featnre Is the dyeing. The celebratedWtfdtrdyi I b r'' ::.$. .'
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,' big friends' ,Influence, coupled with his ; "
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v hardening the ria I 1" t
I own wit. came to tbe poet's aid. His adowtllultto. cithengetwuorock or loose its .. r, ,

death sentence was commuted to banishment 1" "1IJh. i j, ,.

fclfmdgiticoa> In beautiful of ( ,
L' e' 1 comes variety '
: Villon then drifted from one European z( t r I etylish colon and in all sizes We are glad to sell.lt I I I I ' '!;'';:;I' ..:,
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capital to another; sometimes : and glad to recommend it as unquestionably the bask! r' rr 1f
I living In doubtful fashion by his wits, e tt s value of any hosiery: af or.near the price s . f i j I 1.1

sometimes hobnobbing with such f !
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princes and nobles as could appreciate : J\ "

j' his rare genius. Of 'his llfedurlng;: .' ,', : ,
these wanderings little Is known. But. L 3\

'four :years later he was cast Into \ ....
prison ( : ..:
I said fornthemHmeofh.aerlele.liH.; o I 'S r.. :: ..\ "

.M, ;; t. spent the' snmmer;of ,1461 'In, a, call ., . "
, } but was pet free In' a general lair delivery \ S ts. Y1Nfitvt .., k.. i .11S \ t>
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that
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-" V 'II' His old 'spirit'of wild, reckless adventure y'r ...!;.,'
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1t.J Boon afterward r ;I\, Comp/'In the store any day. tide week and examine this beat of all ri' ( 'I
t : A' seemed-gone. Si ;? '; 1 tt < guaranteed hosiery.: ....Take home a box on trial and test them'out., You I ri
!. he wrote".his? famous\"OrtndlTesta. e'1'' 4I
.P" I. i ; I t have fir months to determine to your satisfaction that they are all wa 1 1Halm 1i ,
'f't ; ment, a'work that breathes of weariless i I ; for them and yott ate ptot ctd bt the printed guarantee ticket I An \
IA ,: ",\1 l !., regret' aA4"uUeI'del; ); On4enQ.:. .It +q { ;, :;}ae dos", Get rjS .e ..fa slot, ,the bor': +That will be a good test
.LC J Broken by prison};-and. by.dissipation, r, t >'l> "" *' > <+ t ;. p ,
(', r' ;; ha I* said to hay died of consumpUo \P 'r'c' Chat ;o1r :Krigtog ... lills ..4ft; ,

\fl: '. '. at tha aga of hit (One or'two hisltorlans I *%; Mss s l k betleve< ha lived' to ba an' 44 t, I t' :. -i" "" Tennissaes'' '' k'" 1

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CASUALTIES. OK LINES 1 AWFUL: TOLL. -RAIL J I TELEPHONE' ,NOW\USED\ I SELECTS. : N QMEM RI .: ': si nd2'St ; ) i

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THIRTY 'PER CENT. OF FAT 'LI- ' \ Appropriate. Qnveaton*-Granite \'.1\ lI I ,
NCARLY: 3,000; :KILLED "AND 40,000 I :Tie From Maine' 'Road.: r. ";'. to'I
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TIES ARE'.OF / .TELEGRAPH : "
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EMPLOYES. ;
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I 1 n -I I" 8ENDINQ ,OF. :TRAIN ORDERS.. In ''Woodbrook cemetery; '"Woburn :. I' Itj.: ;{' ;;. .) .

\ I .h Ma.a.may be seen marking the grave 1 _.... ,'
Despite, B..t Equipment the Cnue.: s KEY WEST Ato MIAMI'MAKING ;' \
I of an old railroad employee, a unique) J'' f' "
. Record Dlminlsh.s'Llttle'FlAurog'That'Spem'Appalflrr'Q'' . Alarming leoreaeeIn "Number of, Ae1.532 ; ; ,'j L
- .. some Passing of Knight of Key and Sounder, and yet apprloprlategrayestone. It ., "
-'"'; "" t -i .cIlta-.MWltuat.rtOiM.n: Of : t.
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to the Awrags .Reader;? rallmvnts and 650 Miscellaneous 'and-woe fnr rtiirln )ilf ) t ,: '
j' :: / Rilnroadlng-Many, Roads! .1fi1lot.-ste a ', -- .NgtrYakr..lfobhelltl: 4 1 ,'r I .
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tFAooldenta In Three Months I I years pf ; ,. 4' i ,,_
tAbout(. thirty per 'cent'of.: railroad, .. i.- Use Telephone. .. The ,)man' was --Waterman Brown. .reston-and: Tmpal:. -- 'I' V ' ' \ \*', .11 I-.N; :.1

fatalities are .suffered !>*<, -employee.;I;::I: 'Ihe Interstate' railroad, companiesSduuIy.raDurted II :-:-- " :, born at 'New. Bridge, now North Wo- "Southern Steamahip Company Philadelphia Charleston, Jaekeoaviut' .. ','(' (:. ,

i'i' 'Jru'claermoft; ,.", .. -' ''to. the Interstate comjnerce the. The operation sir; of romance of a railroad that'hangs In danger over burn,.'Februar7'S1,1818." ; He'died November Key West and Tampa) .* -, p"! if,> ,:i . . 1'TfL, ; >>'Jttl.p, {
; ''' commission 6, 1900.: On the: stone"Is the ..P.' & 0.: itadNjluiiti rl'
Steamship
"O .j moat .of the taN : : Oompan.r..Havana, Key West .JUifiIX" C
7 of '
Vi f11" :;) their 'last. years being'dltslpated Inscription: "He deeps his last sleep; } : : .
.5 5 T taUties to'ra-1 se } ; "i by.-the elimination jTowl Stettnfehip Line. Ft.Myeis! and the Went CossU .. \\1 ' : :, ," \.
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ploy: eaves w as itopassengers a '''of much ,daylight trip downthe Hawk Channel getting a full ,'YIe"r"f"" V r ; ',f'' ''r.
actof 'congress a sound shall awak him to glory again. ., ,
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I aura require them to of ''the mystery; The" "memorial is a block of split ,, the Extension.' V . (*? 'r, .''jTC// : ' .. ; r'',. : .. 1\'iiI"'1/ ,, :.',,,'
due
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.1DOt as asserted '
to'defects 'do.: In '''A< has'aroused thecuriosity A. E "
i '"of''tie ...physicalequipment : i' ,.No.,: U"we in building the Boston and LoweU railroad Lightbourn d'.1/! .

;' ;' of'"rsl '(!> .;- get n. boUdowa ,' of theI' (now known as the' southern: .division Apply- . i" .' D k t"f : ." :/ '.
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T- way: ; nor. le a '_ ol' the repOrt., % laymen: element The pertonal Is'less' of the Boston and Maine), prior . AGENT' '''' ,. t: 4 ,a,. .. f r f. ",. '1'11 ,?) .I/"/',I'
with commission's te 1SS5. It at l'
large' proportion .the I :' was ,\ quarried Tyngs- '
annotation la ..evidence. bore Andboated ,down the Aludlesez 'g" j\\: (;
.of them due. to collisions) andderailments ? r t .In, Its place has . 'iSPECIALfcOMP , _,,"III', "!'!
.i The total number employee and other interesting canal to some point In Woburn. '
killed In mi.was 8.601, OS these lOG .. matter. Of comet' the Pie. This railroad, the flrsl in''.the. state :

tf Were" killed while coupling and uncoupUng course, 'being a federal>oard, the'oom j. big business machine.tematisation." of a to be chartered and the first to con : : .

cir, In ..pstof 9he .II! .that mission has nothinfr.'to do with accidents nect Boston with the north country: RED
99. : occarrfngtbn'Aaterstate; -rail- From a sentimental point of view was built ID, a unique manner, stone
? per'cent. of-the
locemotlves
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cars tAt. ;# '1c. S have !been /at heavy roe and-thq'la*:'"xc> used for.tlea,'ID.teaa of w'ood'These .. ,, .
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equipped state ones froni I reporting any *ccl-:: operator lounging.carelessly( ties were laid on parallel wall / \ .
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expense : arMJi
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over the-table which hi oDder Ii
i chat-4o-rmae-l th Ili.mple7JLhei'bale on .a .ot stone tb ee'feet: high under eat'Tallnneedlessaspens.sstf ;; !
hundredand
coupler l pne'lboxiff bo; four
cut. l: 4alhS clatteredunuIbeawokewith __ __. O CR I'IJ.I1Tl OOMPKTITION.! r
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twentr-nlne'were kl>l"d.'by>> Wn|:' -Irk'wltixln r. .three n_ days after hisin saut'at meiopn.- _ _
the can of his
struck:: br'Tp9'Alier'ebale. lor.care,. Injulry. a own proved, 11.60. Straw Rugs 8xG.r.-.i. ..115.00 ,-;.-.,. .... . ...r--h.--.1.40-: -" 'I-J: '
station Is to regretted.. To an extent .
the last quarter of t91' the num- The old granite ties were the same

.'which their elf.fellow ankne'welr'beUp: 'mployes\ : It>if'operaU4.toy is, Impost "trOf : the 'Hghts-of- far 'create... than the ordinary length as the later wooden one, but $ Straw. Rug, 9x12 . . .>,. . ; . . /.. . . . . . . . . . $aTeo75c .
otttha"ihtgntat. traveler realizes the has s .
ruble to wehow!; ,.aofybody can:: lIt.trnt- way ,raUe' a?" was given way to the, commonplace telegraph:: telephone much larger in depth and ic width.The,r .Straw Rugs, 9x6: . . ... . . .'. . . . . . . .. .. . . .. . 86c; tS5c ','
ute dtea .' taUU.*'.'cSereotlYejpqu 2,766, bpd the' number hurt 4\'Ml'"Train : talswere: wore literally T-r.il than
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aneat; tie. Vest ear 4r louomodve: kill eWjloye ,'< > ::2. ;/ 114 i.Tza' f'llte Injuries. It was not many; rears ago that a the "fish-belly" type; two Inches anda .
sa' w9u In
gets Ita !wa| There \ The best line of ribbon In town In Florals. Stiipe, and 'ColoredRibbon .
oolltsionll
cults asUaally Mthe kiss 1 1,834 In railroad first experimented" with the quarter wide on the top,;with supporting .
pooreslj
bumdned nq 'nioetfsWven were 1d lei .ua.e"P1re' mon,ths, and 1 5*'''fle/aJU-; telephone as a substitute" for the telegraph flange beneath that "bellied" In Hatln and Pure Bilk! Taffeta,' at .

wkfle ments, and IBQ'TvilsoeUane: \ iiue'eobt\ '' : key on an unimportant division. between each supporting "chair" In
getUng-V < 49 .
er< engines.Tkwee
hundred mad ninety-one fs-oT 'wean .deots-:-boUer'' eiploaliJeJ and inch.Ninetysix Atthlt time there seemed to be many which 'It was seated j, '" '

titled by tailing ttrom; trains: ,' loconMtUvAes. .I! passengers, .poa I''cteru.a.w good reasons to believe that the'. These later were of east Iron, and J. & P. MARI\.OVITZ : '

'or 'eara: .Part of these. .deUUkough ." : sae m.uerp,.. 7! 1' A t\\ e' speaking.instrument could never replace fastened>y,splkes driven into wooden ; .

wsrw'tdn; rtll1'1de tive.iggtpmsqt", :al- w,teI,,"iUed.'D'; r..cddeu.tJh-SO: ( ,ot tie key for train 01patching... 'A plugs, 'proWblr4iotvet khem .;vl.he'.ti'at JP.-oJe recent report of the t>JD"t.ratate_<
fast. them were '11'.... burt. Of the uqlu left I' 1t' 1d.elvadt mere commission shows that bytbe, was dressed"on the stone beneath.,the ..

.klQed by SeTenty-elght;iomlng! Ill(contact employe wileta were rU- ,." 101 weyakllIed !,DJU, : .t secldenta986 first of this year .the telephone was rills, and any Inequality In setting' Was --

sft n"cars"wHh IbH lbges :: In 'btidze .accidents. eta, being- nsed- for -transmission ot I overcome_by. placing between the Iron I II .
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smi, pparaAu-: : setter tunnels,flxettrtrisstdrertbtiwe etc :,t9 w ljiq O'lP .,fu.;, : c1.107..111: 1p ",train orders on Dearly IB.OOtf'miles of I and'1 stone a square piece" of oak wood, Florida East Coast Railway J.-
-sotae dustrial" axKldeata; toe!? him ." hart road. This Is mare than/one-thlrdv A ,track layer* outfit Included these, :

br rthe'slde.of ofths: in the train see dests was 8,0(64( and In the mileage which ls'-tfll protectedby perforated'for <&. 'spikes and ;
'tray : were l6.r.ct
AfdsttbEthese'j deatbf t Tlie WMbeV. the telegraph. Nearly k11 of the tng:i.hlcknee. Corrected.
tat pia. bsatrowtng"lO'the tncreaeett.1w Ml .* 4te. fit,17l't : ofnrr'1 to July 14 1912 a
'. :: of tramps, cither trespassers and easJial Important roads -.re' n1nf the telephone ,;;One'W these "chairs," with

e upP1ent"1\4.to faDIllaierat] cldrence n ,I Itsac4rsa : ar J I811.. JjU, eD$Mitt lortje UtfeV over part of- tbelr llpes, and paWan original rail, is seen fastdied I No. 80: Leaves Key West dally 1O:45 pm. Arrives MUrati .
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(tbe-j months was '1.428and the number) hurt new mileage Is being added\ .at i.rapid on the stone as of old, save that BOO a. m., Vest Palm Beach 8: 00 a. m.| Ft. INcrv 10:00 a. m.
>; structure'' : ba>e ..becometnoinaU .....1'.181.1NT-" sv T""vro: "JfI AQf l t t>ronae bolts Instead of iron spikes' Now Smyrna 2 88 p. m.; Daytona 8SS5. p. ,m.| 'St. Augustine6iOS .
This 1. 'a def4eClla'railr*
rate.The
. ayIplio 1 the qua ._e oa.. 11.1ere. I Atchlson, for example, .U, .now now secure 1C p 'm I Jacksonville 7180 p. m. Through. Sleeper Key-;
tafo.;ke w'htdh'the,ip n.lble raiJ"ai'and which.grha.gelasabit ; deJ11!' or lae'dtur 1I 4. ;'O5 of \'l.i6"rely i wing the telephone tor nearly "6,000; At the foot of the grave ii a shorter 'int to' New York via .Atlantic; Coast Line. ' f .

.... ? v do; I en lei }.u.J1Je>;f ...4. : 7". mile. and the. telegraph for le.s-than itone,_or' broken tie with another I

wene doe csa.rgmee7.\oi'''lndu{ *trtal The anci'dents tips bt?',....,. tE S.lQ) "q.H-tWCl.; U:11"; : x'lliv 4000. The Atlantic Coast Line,. Baltimore . chair.." and short bit of rail plaoed For Local Time Card See The TIcket Qffict .

i. classed as "mJloe11aDeou"-bateyer ft., Ohio, send Beaten; Maine ot1;the top end. 'On the headstone. aportion "
Vbns; from handling of too]*> I ,
!P" that means., Tke'.report, as to the.uart.e. are using It for m few.Irnndred miles wai imooth17' druaed to. r.cc .
gelUnsSeT- -
: eJflneur,1: .esvplhse. etc. : .
.'. derailments1' ithat J,,16 of: each probably with *C view to finding the Inscription.. -
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.... ;; 'loeuIno< m were caused fcr ":malicious" ob> bow,It compares withJhe older-sys JOHN'LO'E'
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"t', ;1II..1BOftment'0,trom; *Rirer'causes''*np\: ,*connected?t\' .. 4, s .:.,'on.' u.. :tray}; 61>jr,!*) *. tem' for' sm !eney:.'.; Among t the !"reUroadi.whicb'areusing'telephones HOW( :, .BIG. BRIDGE, BREATHES. ' SONS

tor gbttfurttons, 108. )'. negll- oa o\T Ceinrr Greene EUxgWth Street. ,

\iA i''tk.refose 1.a>1+ .'.orlbtauIrpprtaUo"'tliala we: rmgre..eh }' ab'' ,.W'1d.'' : UOa "ox't1: .... !to.1111 stretches..ove'r"c.l.'frOO ,'miles'.In"lengthare' To" "?Teke Us' .Motion'"Caused' \ by.Changes Comtnisploa Uertbaat Marine JI.ll...... ,Shingles tad Lumber

) ___ -.'jsede .af, .atq iu 4otj; ))" .the t Chicago ;:'ft Northwestern : "/. In Temperature""Breath- t t.h.SITYP CHtINDLPEY and '; PROVISIONS
cBurtlngtoa.! "''Bt5fant; \Tloek' >"ldaad. ; ,, : \ !
'. .. r Iot'lt ; 4'tr'' $e. 'ppafatui". Is Proylddtr ,vr' .
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" w..-, 4f> BiajifMaabaW-JsssM.Cntral.l4Mil. I. "' .'Rhnh! ' '''i I'-; eery' t Ii, t /l ,, ,. .. '. .. ;. .. ', ""' .
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.... .sad-are i el"e. all : hI' ri tbs'de );,.. .Northern ipatfljle 'Pennsylvania : '. ".w; _
... ir. ; : ; bridges'is that ..tney:; are prod"breathfnglapparatusle7tbe . mtIT4 sasSL"i .
j ... owtag;! to.tb newitir*":ppnpy: \titat theY 'N' "lutiedelltaeOni'rnIThs .... " Air llBe-and H : -. ," '' ..
, ...kas 'm7' = :(" 'f" t I Seaboard Canadian'Pai : ; i hbjLp* ,1 Y :A ..:, : f'" {rnri. 4ND 'KRY# "
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prevailed ; .:
most roads for bier lectro ralltyari ,, clot? "' Many' (1ber""raIJrotI4. Tare of : f < I i ,
'' Late (! re.. rollers fitted (lunder,Ifie ,feet'where '
';years f::"varafklngX xtenilve Improve.earnlngay ported '70 '.accident Jni",the "three equipped 'with the' telepbone'estvice' they rest;-on the<'land.. This permits) pe lnS rar: :and pool'dental :<.. teamsfilp companf: \ :;. ,-, < '

mentr'fr to and.- tootbefcames :. montb., 69 ofthem'lraIf"accldents'In: :over several ,:bun re4" miles''"of line; of .a little to. and'fro motion,, which / /
.Ittmcy be. said :With more truththat'tler0iwaysoftho'IIntteditateen tbelr'facilities'. *' ..., o, .. ' r\'K; ::' i '
42 and -are Increasing as
thete pAssengersijtud'TS other ,
per \.t Unned"sl fes' Fast W'dp
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sons .lost'their.. ..11.liT' *psssengertf,cast as the extension4.eem.wamnt,4.. _: Route : n .. >> ',,., '
''as s;whole.'aT.. *; undercanlta izfid than and 868 other perstmsVere burt One ;J I.Fo11 wlng the receipt of' the interstate :':;' '-- -'-"--- '- :- T- 'VT": "..."Vas'Ke ;We.k-endPortTanyl'lar Jndl..:. aD ".aaau..-...,..:' h m.. "' i '' ". .. I. '.
that,, they aWvcpvercaplUllzed.V / ; 'w+ ,''f'1'1'' + !
:. It 11 of the' accidentswas',, aXhead-on col- commerce commission bulletin +.1' Proposed _tUDg.ln effect on dries '.ho,,.. Sabi sot ,:nha'e; 'and '
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wen'Down that within recent llstbn of 'Interurban eari/xeach un-' with! these iflgnres The Railway Age- dividual$ poitponement. "'ILhout.no lce.! Y :t' '. \\t'/J"l.t/ +
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large.. Increaaes! Have taken nlng at about 85 miles, an hour*. A motorman Gazette communicated with the various A PORTTAMPA-KEY\'W ." ,
the value of their rea&.. estate. forgot his order In that In- roads with a'vlew to ascertaining TIJAV"'LIN&. > ; .. ,

also well known that many: have madeexteelive stanco; and the conductor Inferred the character ot the service rendered. ..

reductions; of grades and'! thatnhe orders must (or'might) 'have- Practically all of the roads replying I 'r.vT m pa Bun, Thti USSO' PM530PM; .

rectifications of curvature, have built been. changed "The conductor. /Start- ,//said.that much time Is saved by the .& Frl '

'-. expensive stations and terminals,,bal- cd toward the'front of' the car to Inquire I I use of the telephone, not only by reducing Port Tampa Etoon P'rf I 9 00 PM .

\Jasted and tie-plated their tracks, lajd ," we'ir told; "he was stopped J the time necessary for transmitting Key WestHayptfa Tue. Bat 6 80 All.'

heavier rails and better ties conV however, by -" assenger who asked I orders and messages but also N'a -- -
trusted stronger- and more durable 140 I accessible night ---
:. a question, and before he had flivlahed by bavlng'phones :

bridges."Installed Interlocking: and signaling talking with Uja passenger the' and day at all meeting place. Including .- Effeotlvo ?., 1D12 Tuo Flat 12 oo.M
-systems, replaced wooden eo111sIoQ occurred." \, 1 blind aldlng8.A, record which was ..Tuo' ; pat /

'' structures by structures'- made of ,<: was kept on the Wheeling & Lake ./ + 'I'\ / / WOl hie Rt :9 OOAryM. j

'cement, masonry, and steel etc. Besides A' Restive Englno> I End!, whore the service was recently In Oil Socket \ Sue ,
all this, during the ten years Introduced showed that, in 20 days '- -- /
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frog 1899 to 1909 the number offrelgbt was a strike in force amonKtb I, during which results were'checked up occurs as a result of changes In t
cars pO'r l.OoVnilles Increased engineers: ofa! certain railroad rthe, time saved to freight crow wa. perature In Inter and Hiunmpr( A YII VAN <\ Ar.Jfnvl\ua I'nll.v l-x<.L-i>t Sunday 9 530 SO AM .'/
and in
27.1J per cent., the number of pasaen- the order to keen,) things moving equal to 49 hours for one train and.' m9vemeut of more tliun a law. Is allowed Effpotlve Apr, 6. I&12 I lid'. llavuna Daily lOxi'i'jiL Sutiiluy\ IJ itO Ail PM /

ger cars 12 per cent., and the number who management had had wermployingmen: -engine crew. for, for instanro n tho great Ar. Ktiy Went Daily lOxuupt.' Sunday A 30 PM .

jof-locomotives 24 per cent, iTurther- kind of engines.experlonceNrunnlng.. any Some interesting experiences with Forth bridge. SoiricJJrfieB Ibo roller' (When >oiithjcii| iiil OMiccllnj! trnlii i* rnonIhuu !iO( ,late ship /
the equipment added and that the ere! immersed in trough of oil t >prevent will not leave Wc urlll" I>.CO .J
more ; One man secured had been engineer the newsservice wore reported by Key l p m.anhlu/IJa"UnlllXldD: ) .t6.20a.m. :
with which old equipment waiiNre-, at a sawmill where his work ctthslst- Lehigh Valley, showing not only the them from rusting so tba'l they .A kovd'boueare I lewd 1 en 80lb Mcrinia'u HnindoiJ: : lime.nformntlun / : .

placed was of much greater capacity, ed mainly In pullng the lever and effectiveness of the telephone In minimizing will answer' moat sensitively to the ( a. top. hPlliCr had freight ratm to all joints In the United Stahl, ;/
much mote expensive than that llghtetit'tbange of t r perature.-PopulyMechaulcs Cuba, Writ Indie and! Unhnmai cbivilully fuiuitlKd
and starting the log against the saw, then delay: of, trains' disabled but ./ upon epilenticnf'Chas. .

-, .superseded. Meantime the mileage pulling the reverie lever when the of J other trains which would have. .. ,/ L. Myers, Manager P. J. Saunters G. F.'&: P. A /'
of additional main tracks and sidingsper been held An extra westbound,I 5
plank.vas cut off: and running the up. And JACUSONVIiLlc. i'R1pA; -5
104 miles Increased 36 per cent. platform teck again. I train rap out.of water, making It necessary I Prolj.U1lte Clothing. /-Y'

The'denslty of passenger traffic- per The :yardman: gave him an engine I td cut the engine looser from The Chrtago Great Western Railway: A. C. ELlilN, Local A2 nt/ ,/ '

mile increase 64, per cent., and the and told him try It into the round the train andbank the fire.".
density .freight'' traffic 45 per coatThe house. He climbed:: run into the cab pulled - train was following. anithln, too was 1 lively but danger color, red., has to be . . . Y' ,.-; f
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assessors evinced the belief thatthere a lever Inobelilenci "to which the held top. Both,conductors got out.th
was- ''a large Increase In the engine, slid slowly into the round portable 'phones carr'led' on .all ofthe The company lau'sed ordersI : ; Ny r
by advancing noltfled the, dispatcher I which read : r ; Ik .n
value of railway property house; arrived there hes taw. something trains and .
taxes per fcalTe from $245,to U01., rJ must be done, 'and'
64 per cen$. Yet, between 1899 and previous experience pulled the-reverse westljetind pBssengej-" tralnj.. which shifts{, 'op"Hecktles as you might" "

19Oft the railway stocks and bonds outstanding lever. The engine promptly backed' +IW d have ben l ocked, around tbe thf'reby'aus tilt wreck of a train. I .

i in the hands of the public In- out again \ stalled tralnswfthout. delay Seqtl4m.,. bands'are hard hit for no ; t li y ? w ?
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hand without
,creased only from $4t,438yt*. J 69.251per : Cerel"' shouted the yardman! ,x With eajsHportablo, telephone there optodktesetftlcp.unAersblrt.* As "d Is the a M
red r danger
mile but 25 oentRaflweyAge Whyditft 'IsNcarrl I d an 8.fQ1t- sectlon'a) "flsh- I
ori} per .punaC" are tou doing ypu 1 !: '
signal } n'aJl --railway, it Js known
Gazette, 1)'qt.that" engine 'in tilecfho aer" poje:"! These AM, being tnetahpd'on I.
that an eniJ -catching a flash of .a .
aodaggagq.'> Eacb .
/t-414 put her tn, yelled the saw 'all caboose:: '
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United States is about ''to be 7oq : the doorT". : lollk and .1* accompanied by .
comet The : railroad operator. Within UKs .. pout printed;; fnstructlopsor'n1e., This out ; place. So r dwlll give way to-green tier
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., next few days trains will be- running i T Highest Rails y Station fit 1* also supplied to bridge and rail signal for, '"All right" or ."All clear 4lr

oyer a federal road twenty-one: mIle ..8be site of;the theat railway sta?. laying/ gangs, track; supervisors work ahead." While green Is more subdued *

'*. la length and .-extendingfrom*Col4; OOD .
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,<;C' ?The rpadiwaa.'lrbullt,to, arryV1aboTv i .00 feet-above 1th*".eaThe new tunnej the lines'metallic;, CQ(.U cfrc'ult about < 10Q.:. per mile the ra11r9adtandIioW' own. some*-of'I'
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erg and. dupplies: : .: tfp. : I bn The them (17 ,, ,. ,
'" 'polesv already position. .
V \ next four or." nVe'-ye, : &r8) 6n what U7o' merges rlgh t.amoq.! ;:.,tIIo'" c1 clera. ..... ,-; .
I portable telephones cost from.>> $15 to '"
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be the higbe.tdsstlgCth.port: .: basenetrat.d; '."' : Build-flcturetqu, .Aa" o.d. .
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-* '11I1'fe et'Jnw: jth'e air.," The ood'and' 6b* rvltloU'Tibuie- wllT'b* built on I 1,2& l i f' ntyMlnneeotatbeginntngl.et, theCiaadtin
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"waters Jof? the.fBolse'' :driver, : h4 the terminal station : o-<-; I I.!
excess: ridge by.-- cpm: >v mrnen "tOf; H.eip., 'bfghway.fahe'iwrder'lineand'runnlrig I ; :;

whlcb:: --theldamtwllHiold: backvwill be mandln*. a':wonderful, v*Uw ,of.the' en- 4Y&( : ct. .between' ,.the!.Phlllpplni i p taJW' toLake, ,*Superior .
-i'tised Irrigatln' 260.000 acres of land tire' Bernese(.bberla 'jrltb. tie \clty - -
,,gotarnment' Hhe Uaolla)railway: for a.dbtancehot , ''R! t.nt":
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''on' the govflfOT .-Irrlgatioa. project of ilnUrlaken nestling in the valley ,
..,\. ; was'signed'on January ,,32,!which: ltltqpdcted'tqb.. when.-,
,. !.'4.'A. ;;", (" '.... .:: \' :! i.i ,inr. n.": ii!!': i'11ndr tW government to-furnlih fnnds I'ompleted.j) one,.of...,.tke. ..most 'pictur- 'Fpr;Sashs, DoorsBUnd's and. in fact anything in . I

l ".'7f,,'.. i v .-tr.. ,I '' . I for the extension of. the'railway. the esque .highways! ')n.th ".. rtlaw..t.. MinaMmatif: t lt, welled kinds 011;,.,. hard:' ":
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. got cominlIon and are pre I, .Rome,,''Italyvjand Naples':.whiclj: ;will I I'to 'I,2GO.OOOt: The section .covered after' 26' ')'''n''I ervlce.'as..anea- r.m'D..t. : b De ,....,, .. "'. ,
'- : 't'pure regiment 'And: tight the present distance of'IBB I glq JlOfl'It I' 'if' . \ .
to jdia 7our\ i I shorten by this 'bontract'lfes between T.qcena feTjOeorge ., fifty-three year -- 1'f'f'. '
oronr isonhtryr, Do yon miles by, about"Si*mlles.J. hls road r lind old.died At( In of his. ,
for W gloryi ; fd4/Lepalll.j 100'mile, ;that; prof.eonnectjs apoplexg Ibe cab '

i ";t ttbtntvymi'hav'tb.aeCe.! ...:. 9 ft.UIrJ.Qt1b .t,win run -:undcrsronnd ftroni 'the'cot"lklrts f Jecwcl'.JIM ,,"'JIl, de cta,.to locdmotive e "atn'pgsRBuUalo' ) ; N. -Vt. ';Read;'=FJ1'1\ Irn1nsta JJ kt: M: i 2J :} ;: ,*,
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:"t"\ )/ .;. / .i. jf / : ,. f' North N9'Chiidreu Beach. for.Add light esa'$6omer lioumi.keeping.: ," P. ,/ }TODAY'S' Breakfast MENC: -,,: \\ . ;'K J'' 'J i outside, ,cotp r.: '.Separate> \ . .*:.te&- '... ,

: / 1\.JSoJ,8f2.',,, , : : ; 'k ?;'\: . / .' ....>Key West'Morninr Journal'.; 'F>. ">/' I yr .};. outside,: ,entrance,iflll'mp-,!: : . "Sl( :'y t.". *.-,>. ;f

; , : Our Ten :; ays Sate I. 117' r'7-O--/ ./tcV Grape.Fruiv. I" dern, conyenlences.For. ., ; : J.
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are According i nowv 38/automobUeg to the city'records; 7 motorcycles there !Hot'Rol1.;'ti.r; Scrambled. Egg Coffee! '.' ,\ : I,' ', further particulars: '.apply" ':.; ;* -/'' ,- s i '

t : f1jfulKbasf ,' and/ate; nWtor'. :" trucks' in thecity ,4 Dm.e' I. (, .'' \s ;' at"ourTaaainoffi"I'; .' . +.+.. "" 'V'V''I'. : ; ', i
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yesterday afternoon .'were L. \ Y
: / / M. L. Simmons, RevY J.TayearyE. ;N' Honseimla MJnto.. "i ./ ., l'i .
> L. Font-s,,R. Navarro\ j O' get rid of T.S:ants t sprlnklo eul- .""
m leducod{ d 'Pf Lest /. . .: : phuk wbere .no ants! a 'ound.and. they 1 :.- .\\I
; $8.6 0 Porch)-rockers U.$. 'at Ga will\soondisappearThin make 1 :'- PtI
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funkels. \ little muslin babe,.fill X
. . .... -eWaatedGood and bang; up in cupboards or-flaco'on'
rey tteacber of Spanish .shelveswhore,thy ants are likely to .
/ Any evening between 3 and 7. Come. New sulpnur should be added.
: [3t'I, .. 1[ Apply "R" care Journal occasionally.. / I
/' --0Mra. When cutting fresh baked bread or I

/1- ....., ../. ....,.... . ...": .......... ../' .........., .'W. .Sanderson L. Harrison was mother'an arrival of Mrs.C. yesterday -. cake for-A dip minute the, knife and 'the In boiling task may water bo 'i \

,7. afternoon on the Olivette and more ;neatly' done than with a cold
/ will visit her daughters: .here. dry k lfe'; \ 1 1.7ols
--o-V A fe drops '.of ammonia in the
/J' f A D Linen' window shades, at 35c All water In which silver I..washed will salt .7s rt t e meL

. .. ..co lor.s.Gar unkela.._ ? keep-Jt.) fight..a ..LnQ. without ...

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- bath, furnished.: Parlor, a bedrooms When otlng- many housewivescall
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f / dining room, kitchen and for a certain -brand' of .food h; -erp!_ rascB a ,COT
8/ EVERY bath. Apply! to W., F. Sawyer 93 without tho slightest regard to IU k
Duvol Street. / tf wholesomeness 'or prlceX Markotfng torirtefr> lease, our store
t --0-- / Is no slight task \l done rightly and ;
/ $4.00) iron Dedst ads for $2.45 at requires study and experience. Never J.A f that
/ Qarfunkels. / forsake quality asJt is the'clteape.t ifbea j-ernark'; he cannot besJutccl
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///e ./ DAY The meeting of )ttt'e Loyal Orderof cheaply buy the simpler foods, but Sn a.+'.STETSON hat Thissdue
: Moose at theirlodge rooms on NEVER tako any but the,best Qual -
/ Front street was-well attended last ity. \ jtoVthreeN ihihgrsT-styje price and'' quality;'
.- / DIg>bt. / The friAt| stand at 511 Duvalstreet ,
/ / ..- -, w.bieh! Is almost directly opposite '. ';; "Stetson'*liat'isLthieistaridard fogatyle XH
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i i Tliat' you 1 lose on account of sickness $5.00 Iron bedsteads $3.45, Oar- San Carlos opera house. Is ,
/ / ; funkels. carrying one of the best stocks of +iealhy' '.they best Sri l$t't e -nes inghti -Xh"Stetson'hat.here. '
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' / tiny ladles' watch last stand the city. sonykC CII ct a ..
. / Thursday night.' Open face Astor Avoids over-stocking of any frult\-or
f / e' i/ afford to be sick--but you_ can: Movement- has rose onameled vegetable and receives small dailyshipments +Srbo r< w

.' // j/1 afford: to 'buy- drugs at" this! Drug. . ofl la engraved.It. 'In inltlnf'epace Reward If'a roturned email "*,'D"to at. all times.which A large Insures< shipment freshness of rolrlyDt d d''t'' tr F. ;, ',: 1Nalkprertv'ti

/ .jjUtf Journal, >flco, ..:173tMra. Qeorgla,i watermelon.I'wreceived,

f/ l ;tgre4and.urDrugspreventsickh. ,: :! (! -- :': .4r.d ,' .OeoA; :, Roberts--o-- !.. ,who ,",-was reeterday'andthe.them ;at exceptionally: ,manager. Is prices offer.ing .;

: ,. :. operated:,on''.yesterday 'for1,appendicitis 26.::55 ,and;H.Oc.::rile vegetabletrayswill'
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r.JF"jJ. .. .,.J ofqultq., .r 'at saler1ce :;;par: fyl1'jinb' jf'pf,, :tltaWcapia'] ) prtpeiO a 30'0 53,50 :
.... ,. .h>" ,., : 'P' e. ,. t. fu>k'1a.;.at 1 .'t': ".' -':-- ,n;, '. fruits';ls'JiSaiTledyfAyBpecla.tv1{ sales-"ot;, ; you 'saleCaan; ; ;$ OQ 4,5OfandC, s5, _
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) ; "' iJ'lOt JiAi: :house-.elrl'n apply (litter offered .tl 'morning:; .TaleDbogegan
(1'(6}( ; 4O&WJillanr I .'i'p'' tf order to N '.''lilt, 1 : I 1Plu: i <, Street.. .. ....!. _. tends'ever"" -en lre.ILY'f'1" -:. . %
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I b J ' \ \ j i' 1 R.. ((1..NaYar o. who has been''vJ.tt. ,The JJuva': ''Mar\C receivod.a.fresh, ,
: : ling In Tampa for. several .weeks as shipment of tlortberti pork,yesterday PATM, BEACH CLOTHES

;.; ,: :: : : ; .: the' guest- the.of Richard Morales.-! -', This which'le'50 is'retailing, cheaper at than! 2EC Is.pound.usually.' .,.?,- .- '- ? \v*<. ., ;-..., ,n'ff .
turned to city evening
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charged .at the other markets with
'''. on the Olivette. exactly the same quality of moa ,.

J t }: Asks the f follpwiilg: Questions: Iron Just bedsteads received--0--to a full be sold shipment at sale of grocer Wm., received E. Roberts his, the weekly down ship town- S Suits

ments of- canned goods cereals, lem- '
.: :: 1. Do you need a Bamboo porch screen ? prices, GarfuDk--0-la. ons, oranges, and his biweekly shipment I 1 .

of Florida eggs, yesterday. Mr. .
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c For Sale-Lot 46.3x192 foot next
; 2. Do you 'need an extra Mosquito bar ? Roberta Is a firm believer In qualityand
to corner,of South and Grinnell Sts. anything bought; at his atore K
you; need an extra porch chair or two ? Apply to W. F. Sawyer 93 Duval. St. Is always of the boat quality obtainable. JUST '
t.. ., 32 ft. THE THING FOR "
Itt- Did you know that, we are headquarters for every- --0- Wllder's Bakery Is offering freshly '"
;. The small boy does not seem to be baked raisin bread at 10c a loaf, THIS
,l.t; in the furniture line.? alive to the possibilities of catching three layer cakes at 30c, lemon merIngue WEATHER
.. t rats at five cents each. Up to yesterday plea at 23c, molasses fruit
there had been only 115 rats\ cakes at 15c and a large: assortment i
It matters not what it is, taken to city hall. of small cakes and cookies at 10e a '
L.. -dI dozen this morning. Mr. Wilder is PriceiffOLKOWSKtl

U k we have it, and at 'prices \ Fine Duality I> 'OR of SALE solica'ssod.;. Pan cleanliness.also l a firm believer An inspection in quality of and his $8. tI

.j,4. tlculaurly suitable for tho.top dressIng Immediatelyafter
bake room yesterday
Jif I that defy competition. of sidewalks Hag been Inspected the day's baklnpi' showed it to
and approved by the city engineer. be very cleanly and well lighted and I .
The PorterDock' Co. e-SO tf .:ventilated.

--0FOR B.AMO- ''II --... -.--. .. . ,
; "i West Furniture Company; Pine quality of sollca sand. Par. '

: iculaurly suitable for the top dressing : 61'I Her A W.'w. W. Guaranteed '{\a

,.. sidewalks. Has been inspect :,!
ed and approved by the city engineer. fit .Rirg and Make\ Her Happy ** -

t ; ; ,, :;.. 700, Duval, St.t' The Porter Dock Co. O-8O tf Reliat of,'

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i. .; J.' .f,e. ",.., '. '!; ... J. "S-' \.. ., -:_,. ..d Official Utterly'W"v ,tyt
able t. Appreciate of 1
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a1r .'IlYer'rid"! In"' &"OermsnA"express" '" *' AGrealux.WATC .
aid a traveler "AyeU. ,tpey call It : 3 ,
COFFEE 'f /
over there a 'scbnelUuc,' SHOPCorner iMASEti .
meaning &
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' i ,t .*., ,4 ,". Reductionsin 'l./Itw ,I going from: Coiocn f to of''' Greene & .Fitzpatrick .. 1.a. rraidsgis, .delicate ,wstcM.e .
; Malni think It was and the tliU .t
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r ., (Refrigerators* t .Ic'lCream' Freezers. was upt making any more *p . vta t*>

mf. ' TI1A> ><4>*: -...... .' .- -- :'-i'::! '-* 'Porclli'Sh>des an: Aas.rlaaq mitt train...-Out of'toy'dlaruit : ... ..,J, '. "'"' .----1.>" ", J. UhooolaU.. . aadwiobea: ..Jow'itdsod ..;....., :IftWAl5T'I, .'I'., ._
:,' r :*, -.ws}. w ngs '' % Ice.dream'Freezen.H. '*"- ."MA;' my emsll knowudc of There Is 'hothlngvpiat ;rives ..Ii., ..' "1)) "
Qftrman I rolvvd what I 15or1p. Ji
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#' w e', .))i,!The $easonfiswaning;,'and'if :possible-5'.' Nally.wu a anallxuc and looked about first place ring jls attractive PP44' ... :&
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