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: May 15, 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: VID00068
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
lccn - sn 95026771
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\fU \tranipa. aiL llJU-Mri.'Maria. ) or- ,NeY'. : Y., May l4.-It has .
':' ... : e of'a, prominent TampamanufaptureK ; Just been. learned that Evelyn Nesblt
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., and set herself ,OB fire.' She died ontaeVakto 10> I less than a year after the last testimony .: '
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; Fntert&lnment l tiliuteaNight (that grlei over,the death of her baby His,:P/Iends_ Say tie Had pongress.Finds: It Impossi- at White Plains. She casewasgiven and the Spanish War Veterans Pre- : S
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: Au\e;celle; t programMn''lwo v /'or W H. MHton are" not I ashington, D. C.. wiy 14.-Senate i I The B. F. McCalla Camp of . '
was rendered last nlgttt at-the audit::: at ail pleased at his withdrawing leaders wero' depressed today : 5- Spanish War -Veterans gave a ,. :
orum of.the Hargrove institute. The trim tho race for OovernorNf Florida over the unfavorable outlok for an smoker last night at the Naval iJv' ., -
drst part-Oof' thepr6granl"lnctudedongs t: 0 II S r RtE they claiming that he owed( It to early adjournment' .congress. A VICIOUS ATTACK Militia's armory on Ashe street In' , ,} ,
,* reading, dialogues'and: a drill ,his constituency; to' remain lnthe There wero a umebor of Informal -honor of Dr. Frank K.< Artuard, U. '" .' ' 4I
all pupil-ot the BChool. The S race until the very end" saldNjne Conferences with tho resultthatpractically IS.I A., who will leave shprtly for his :,.,. ,',w. ,. ', -, -4 4
.econd part of\the program, the Cantata f the candidate's abl tl supportersTimesUnion : everybody agreed that, it post In Alaska. ',"; :.."'J. .
-.The Rose'and the Laurel", a* afbtjty vof Delegates atSQd t a representative'sirday. .was Impossible for congress to adjourn Editor of a St. Petersburg I The evening was spent In '::011'v. . ...
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4n colored 'ooatumes. Is k\especlallyworthyof li l ton: t'Ion''SamOpinion \ f ."At.a: conference between Mr; Milton national conventions and there was 'I tNPaper Goes Out Of His that refreshment, which are generally ,f, ... f .. '
.- mention: :arid waex applauded >S and his friends at the Hotel no likelihood for an agreement for a lacking In real. camp life, were ;, '. ',':
long and loud by the appreciative. \, Jackson Nils supporters were ail unanlmeuslyNopposod recess.of congress! to permit senators'I Way to Knock City added to' the Appreciation of the old , .\,;:"'';', .:; .'
,Audience.' -.i \ S N .. J to his giving UP'and represents lives t IB attend the I I' Vets u S S. I
Prof; Mobn stated Jaft'nightHhatthe Indianapolls.Xna., May 14.-With ;'tbe raco.! tils said that his action Conventions. ICetl'mates on the date Key\West, Fla., \May 13, 1912. As thb evening drew to a Close! the :_
purpose nt this 4>;ntertainment I 250 delegates' present! .the Socialist ,was the result of the 'Influence of of adjournment run from July 1 to To the Editor- Veterans realizing that they were ..... ' S
,,was to raise pt.tnefor':: that speakers .,'National Convention' was organised me \who opposed him in the recent September l.v I[ The ollowlng article was taken about to lose ODe of their most active "
? ..who to be here'darlngtfce camNjnencement ahd\ of primary."TbeXclaim. considerable talk from the and popular members ., 5
are .,4n this city. Rules an order I There wall Tan11 .Times; where It was grew .,.
eierclses '..tbatrv'.l Jar:. "nn procedure were Xadopte4. 'r>adc\by Mr. Milton's ,among senate I leaders about tho ad- quoted from theXSt. Petersburg independent serious and :at this time Veteran ,," -
amount sufficient f..to. /f.' CCf' r.'i>: their' I The conVention\will formulate Ita /rlenda i laxihat the vote of the people .Vlsabtlity of takhg: : a two weeks' I would like to make a Graham. with appropriate speech, S
S travelling esp'tl e.. 'iWE1l: )\. :*.>w>H -. i,platform on Wedn day and Thursday Ipf Florida not a thing to be bar-, recess from Juno ID to July 1 to permit few remarka. ffncoriitOK) It. presented Dr. :-Artuad with a beautiful
All who attended "the, entertainment -,.'; W Friday will nominate,candidates -t,jtered. In. fact, a first primary Is not senators and representatives to "Although tile Florlria Bankers' card case, r.s a remembrance '.1
last night were\well repaid, for for President an4 Vlce\'President a real test of the will of the people, attend tho democratic and republican association was In session, and Key from the McCalla Camp. Dr. Artuad I
,their tiMe.and came away' Inore\than of the United' States. l.wben. there are It;,reo or more candidates national conventions, but the sentiment West was supposed to be xn gala In a short but very Impressive speech . '
satisfied'and with a high apprecia 1 lOne of the most Important questions -' to be voted Tor. In a p mary of the senators Bcennwl to be attire, and oil Its best behavior. Its expressed his appreciation of the ,
tion of the talent displayed' by ,the. to be determined l Is the form 1attltlldll. fit this character votes. are swapped overwhelmingly against the proposi one Impression was filth povarty, gift. and also of the spirit which had S
pupils of the i'bootT'he : Of the.party toward the Industrial - about untlll tho contest, is narrowed Uon' 8a Impracticable. It will not" be disgusting mixture of population and prompted In Riving it. Following -
Workers of the World. down to the two best available me the first time that congress" has besnIn ,, evil atmosphere writes Editor LevTJJrown -. Dr. Artuad. Cotnniander\ of the Camp ", .,
schooner Paul Palmer which '1 Conservative "kjclallsts: will demand "For this re.-'Eon. If n6 hlng else I session while the national con->> of the Ht. Petersburg Inde"J4; ,hn McCloy! nod several others .-
was assisted-/off of Tennessee Reef that the convontloiKgo'! on record as t,Mr.\ tllton, even If he'dldNot'wishtos yelitloiiB have been 'held. Many pendent. made Impromptu speeches. , t'
by the -wreckers'' Irom. Key West Ion denouncing the actions of the Work- make a further 'persona' flght ,'ienHorn'andrepresentatives will be Honestly. I would' not live and l A>.reat deal of credit Is duo Senior ,

her' way heraand5will' probably ers",-Bald Mr TJerger.N. "Ten' to one ,,II ould have !\ert It to the voters of ,delegates to the convention.jThe S ruined-children In the town If the Vlce..,.,Comnidiider'; Frank l Dale, ,
arrive: ,this morning.-// S ,i the delegates are s..opposed( to 'direct :lhp. BtstoNto det-Ide! which of the 'tro.;' .. whole outfit should! bo handed over who accepted IB Master of ceremonl9s. ., S

ictlon1: .. and other vlolon\ rlnclples. Jllgh\menNjifl/ :wanted. InjDfflce _.'.., to mo-asNi proelous.gift. 1 say this for th.e. succeaa.of. the..affair..Stepped ---S., _,_ .
of the Industrial Workers. NThe Socialist ,chief executive of 'the, slate" *oan- schoooor Dr. Ljrke&wrill sail with regretXfor I have Indulged the . . . 5' -- ""
PENCiiiPOHEIiTOF; I' party 'uapnotffOrd'to.con- eluded xthe, :'.:jeaker.-"' From. :The:\ hope' that thOvCompletlon" of the I ':i 1"

: llnue to bo embroiled with this\ lot- Times-Union. \ >KL> ',this) morning r Mlaml.vL' ,wonderful Flayer over-sea railroad CHILD'OIS"fROM_ __ ,

ous organization. Ther ..has poen j. ." JN N S .would cause KeyWest: to developInto ;.. .l:

FIORI1J1LI.JEET too much of this on the Pacific. .coast, .......,......... ............ .\.... x-\...... -.... ..'...... ....- ."\; ..x NV &.t.a..a.t. an Important place. Mr. FlagIcr's .\ ', .
T1 and elsewhere. nwflnflrz.7.T: yflTwfl-.ynw.vwtrnflw: wV W W money .n1 daring enterprise
I William D. Hay wood,.also a mem- bave 'accomplished somdv wonderful RATILESNR 1 lIE ; ;

4 fii'( ..Dt' k .i4'j t" #; '!U'jt'i' i>er of tbe Soclall t'l executive com AextisinTa)1cs. N ,things -but.U seems to meHhat! It la .'1 :
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r't' .th rewltb-;'cli-nal..r' has been issued .:.. . Ev nIDIr.Tratn.r{; ierflfty"fternp' nd'awoke the J'cqrletorffom''hli'Nif tsrnbcn rfap/'v.He;, t nat) 'warrant! IIJ"'VI.Jt'.bel'>vheralded);-flve.'wben he stepd'i., i. -
....' .,,11)1'.. railroad, lin-js participating\ therein ' 'to oK.,ifff'r. '- .A<- -jff.( ."' 'S ,was 4'eaiang! ot the, days ..wbanIt.wouldbe/ cool Again and men'ivan. :, ,d:'b"t1f anKjuenibets: of tile RtxPeters- .Mihlch litouht. tobae "been '
It"S ..therates al'fOIbeing''> for, .tho' Messrs;-".t.T/W ltch; road/agent (.women rwoujd come tbuitplaCe-bf..btiDess and buy. J'.lItruck'b V; fOn.advertIseme1 "- -burg I3.nkvw l Ir <(h W JAw' own'Jmoocaslnr 'Thv snaxe "plunged isis ;
,+S' yj-ou'nd' trip OVer the Apalachicola for the 'Sou thorn ?Express Companyat :* for hls-place" .bulesbut* ' he t-hook. his head-" :.'- should Jet'thonx' tel ')1'\' ; on',,fangs'intothe'hoy's in tep. N. -
4; ,Jorthern Atlantic Coast Line- Georgia -. Jacksonville, R. E. Brown, agentat 1"lt's too hot to advertise too .hot! \ s : '' accorded the r.lsUnrvBanlteTS l ( }. ,' WhenV llttl] Allerjr Morrison '
Southern find Florida; Louisville Miami and C. H .Cook road j Now, 'Mr, Merchant ttnds- lr. Diisinesa Man,, if you want totake ( thorn. tell him tbe>app>eciatlon, the screamed-'twlth5"tbo -ixaln the other '
,- and Nashville 1a.llways.Arrangements ., 'agent at Miami arrived in the city vacation this, summer, and yoiKare denernilned that you will put .forth scemblod> bankers 'e*:jires d at that 6 the hbuseto get
are being perfected yesterday morning and spent the day no extra effort to bring trade to your plac&of bmlness during the ..liot time; let them tell him. thtf sresolu- rymg blm patt of the
by which editors desiring to attend Mr. Cook's visit was for the purpose summer months thatwe" are going to have theh thlM article i is not addressed lions the Association adtitcd"thank-/ ;; "\Vl en'' >resctiors arrived the

,,,tha national Democratic, convention of inspecting. the affairs of the local, to you nnd It will do you1no good, whatever, to read further. But,' IHK the. Mayor, the Coinm'tttes"t4ieOffl'ers llttex) fellbv .wa .unconscious,- prs,' t- .
!cau do so Immediately on adjourn- offtde of which Mr. Chas. J. Uadd i 111Ilagent"and Jif-you want to' make your business PAY. you right, straight through the o( the Ari.y nrd Nav'y.. anU,'Jlall and MoirUonk H> latter'an; nclo -' -
ment of .the meeting of tho Florida : found them In first class 'summer, then wo ask that you read this and thlirk! about tho matter th* cltlionssof Key West for -the oftho'boy-.yere called and wet-e' '
Press Association. Letters explanatory -'6rder. The party left yesterday evenIng from a purely business point of view. NoW; we.will take Cpr granted that hospitality 'and entertainment eXtended -. In attendance wfthln a very short I,
of this will,, be mailed to over the F..E. C.' jou ARE OPEN TO DO DUSINKSti ALL, 8UMMKH.!; Then the nrgt/ thine/ ". ( theniX/or! the many "com- .l4me.> > They did eVsrytUIng possible _
S each newspaper' inca in the State. you want to'consider t Is this: HOW AIlS YOU' OOINQ'TX'GBTN THE' -forts and"collvell cell" 'and "for btthofarOhditfl,i grew worse Suntii4eatndod S
: I S KXCPItSIQX TO MI AMI. PEOPLE TO YOUR STORK< You know that It Is goiiigHo t teke BOIfle tbe many cou :!esies"apd kindness ex his amny, S '
,'. I extra effort on your part to net the people- come tOsyour sttHe 0 or. placeof tended." Let .hem tell I Brown thn.views ,
S : Excursion to Miami via.. Florida business during the 8UMMKH\ \ MONTHS-.----that' much Is certain. expressed xby .the '-Conventlonlftxregard I ....
; ,YiEtLKNOWNiORTMYERSMN East Coast railway account" of.meeting -'Now, there aro several methods of bringing the Ieople to your place, obu1aese ( to the progresslVB, alertness LoCAI21SPfINC 4PKT. S
of State Horticultural!\ Society. and you are, of course at liberty. to use :any one or all of them. and /growth of::. ,our island
Bound trip $6.20. Ticket. on'sale if you choose. But remember one thing---If you tire going to bririK< City. The Bankers srecompetentnd '
INCIJYFSTERDAY' May 12. 13 and 14. with.-final \limit 'the people to :your store you HAVE OOT TQ UtilE SOME< PULLING... far. elhg men and their opinion RA1 HER 11JiYESJEROAY'NNAbout

I May 31., 1912. 'For further Infor FORCE: TO BRING THEM. dountI': xIf ...
; I mation'see the ticket agent. C-lltf I Now as to the PULLING FORCE that you are going to use-.--1 believe -.Brown 'w u here during--- the --
A. W.' Gardner Owns Ice 1 that the best PULLING FORCE that you can iso Is the advertising\ Celebration QuId have heard the\ Two Thousand
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NOTICE column. of tho< city's newspapers. You want the people to rome to -fclgh! pra1sexglven\thls city by Senators . : "
: And Electric Plants InS Notice 1 III hereby given that the undersigned your store and buy the things which'you' have to "oil\ ; you doubtless are Congretutnan-v! Ambassadors and 1 r. DoUar. Worth Sold'SixXvB (;
*. 4it 4nd( Florida a mitrrlod- woman will (willing, to make some concessions or Inducements to get them to come ,menNjf mark throughont the..countryand'tb lVe8 In Market.' ; N .
; .. : apply to the Judge of the llth Judi- out during the hot summer days, It they know that you are .wltllngMo world ,jlnd their opinions S : N55. ,, .'. '" ,
+ S Mr. Aw: : (Gardner will leave this\ cial Circuit of tho State of Florida do this they will come; you want to tell them what you are going to do; count Jugt! 4 little more than There"-as ooVjnuch: doing In the.' ....., "N :' "" '
i--- morning on..the.steamer..Mildred- In-and for the County of.Monroeron and the thing.toconsider is how you are goIng/ to tell them. The most obvious Brown's. \. local sponge'-marketyesterday. With N. l' ,

T5' ,Fort Myers He has been spending a the 16th _day of June 1912 for_ a answer IE: THROUGH THE NEWSPAPERS OF COURSE. I It Brown was here In April he' Was ,six buyers in the market the sales ........ .
r '! ',day -'or two"Ja Key Wost where he license 'to manage: take charge of, WIL.L.ITPATMgTO. ADVERTISE That Is the question that here when Key West was a..veritable. .nly amounted, to about two . t
{ ,met his,business partner>from Cuba and i control her property and to become confronts oach and every merchant who starts out. to wage an adrertlut bee hfve; he ,.ruwxthe city in- It Iwor"ng thousand della;.. The individual, purchases .
4' to discuss matters pertaining to a free dealer in every respect. ing campaign at this or any other time of the yesr. I am hot going to garb; he saw( the streets wore as follows: "-i.. .
S Mr. 'Gardner give merely: :aa opinion of my own, but I. am going to furnish you Mate of see '
:their business. owns 5-14-4W-5U "Rftchaet Oarfunkel: you I torn up; the city in a lJobn'Robertf Bought W l.\ \ S .
'.two Ice and...electrto plants in Cuba, --"I the PROOFS I If proofs you need. ,;Jng ,confusion; but was he so nar k totheamountof..085 04 .... 1 _';
r one of which Is at Gul ... Mr. Several weaks ago the Consumers Bottling'Company contracted with row-minded" or did he so lack the ,Oeo> L. Tartlum bought ...... 1J"t' .
//Gardner- also owns the electric lIght KENTUCKY FEUDlSTS.AREGATHERINCFORBATTLE The Journal for a quarter of a page, to be used'evory day, In advertising- perspicacity of the average Intelligent wooKto the:.amount of. 2T6< 74.NorbergThompsoo :':' .. ):!., : ," ,

: .and ,:Ice, plant at'.Fort. : Myers... the world famous drink--COCOA. .COLA together with the other. man,' that would enable htitixto. bought 0 ; ii., .
r u .dr'nkwhich they make. The manager of the"Consumers told me yesterday see that, this upheaval meant advancement . wool txMhe xmount of. 225 80 ... .
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S S'T. PETE TO nCILP MIAMI P. O. afternoon that'.ho had DOUBLED hfs, Cocoa. Cola sales since he ; ; that torn streets meant Iceland Robo/ts 'bouRht '-," S,, ...
... -' .- :" began to advertise, . Do you think. it has PAYED S the Consumers to improvements ,to-follow; that the In- wool to tbeNiniount '196 02 '-/ -' ( \ "
t Washington; D." C., May., ::1'4.Ther' advertise stallatton of A gas system indicated A. B.:'<<.urry- bough wool to'. '-" s\ ...;,
treasury department today let contract The Callahans Are..ath.nngro A few wrfeks ago tbe Key West aottllng'Company began; operations further Improvement; that the laying the Atuoun (ft .>vt, t . 114 30 :::;;,..,'.
-for,construction of i the federal Avenge 'The'Shooflr/jj' andTat thO" same time, began to make a new:. drink, called CELERY of' the best ,rail in the countrywas ,Joseph Smith bought".001. .. J S
I. .i. .postofflce.building.at .MI..mlot Fla;; ,to I TONIC. If was something: new and untried.. and .'.h* people had to be '. being undertaken by the Key to the amount of . . :'V. 10,23' -' ". 1.... ,:
... the 'Trabell company of St. Petersburg Of Their Leader told of its merits. The manager of this now popular company contracted .West Electric Compny to replacethe ... : :...

: Fla. .The contract! price'Is. *40.-, S Jackson K,.., May 14.-Ed. Calla-', with The Journal for a quarter of a page, to'' be used every day, and he rail that Ims been down for Total.forthey.; .. ..5'S: ;
" drink'In business-like-and Today :
I 435. : the feudist and leader of tbe fcas ADVERTISED his a systematic way. 'years;. that the Naval Station was
; .t' ; -Ii." -j- __ _ : ,han.Callahan clansmen, who was shot the Key Wrst Bottling Company are not able to make enough.Celery building a new quay wan; that our A Washington office! \i>oy, after ns4ng vc j. .
,Tonic to supply the demand made for it. They, are working overtime docks were'all being repaired or re- "
...w ek.agoJs\ rapidly all the LtranvBmbush a : has e* ees \ 7s: s ":
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S v 5 .. ," <,'t. few hours away.- t' ache .order to get off for the ball .{"<,
,, S \''* S O. 8, OeparfmeniorATrUsBltnre.!e...i''i.: Clansmen of the feudist are gath- S V Severa'I'epu' ago the AIRDOMB was opertlng.wIth small houses. .** our city; that every part of the game went to the boas and sald e ,: 'I. .} ,
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' showing as good pictures house in the city. In fact-- that "
.. I i Weather Bureau :'A' erlng'here front all parts of' jheIcountr :They were a any city was undergoing. a change .wanted to get off for the ball game; ,\ . .
t -. May. '159i2'S : t-S at hi,' CrocketsvlUe. hOme they were showing FEATURES the score.but the people didn't seem foretold pro'gress. Jt touched the hOlll heart and-they' !. .. .
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S. : ,,," ..III.! : "..In.t . advertises his popular; house 'In a page advertisement: one day and a half: terms "filth-- povertyevil atmos I'0| 1 ',.
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;.kw1Dd ,.i..MIA.. ..._...... : : -.. tl the Island. Do TOU think has payed th. adrerSunday little"clt1 '. I' ;.,
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t..i,: .f: .o(., _..;.::.. p 'rr.;:; PJ.1.eat terdar: I E..R.( ',;Wilson/,3I''e.! ... ttNr ,s> { .\. " S advertise...""" '' S.. 'ofAbe1 thinks so much of its future that It Is ,good, attendance.. of the members. ..: .)'.IV"-' ',-I.''" ,, .'., .
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ly being whipped by another Blare But CarrfDtfton-shook hi.he'" '"I-I've heard It. The. note la on J

'. I' while Hick stcKxraooklng on-with nls- _..II: don't care anything about that," the rifle: '7OU..U't"'Het."Ozrtb. that Judge Blocum Price"itaasomehow' .
I TH[ he Baid.. -elldD' ; comg'berg t0-.e; -" .. "- ''better then be looked, whichekbnld'bavs'iredn
I r'e hands In 'bis pocket, and with a. ..toesr.'The .-,... .
'r ,,' brutal satisfl.dair.\ Belie Plain," .Judge took the'gun' and ezanvined ,, ...,..tune-7f."J'_._ <___.._ .w,
: t ; incredible that he ooold nave been .
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you eipect.to"remain in the .
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; l" ., "Stopl" commended Betty, her eyes ; It in .silenceS worse "' w x
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strove -"Where did get this.rifle, .Hannibal
blazing. She to keepbel' volcct -you- .' I
.;.t, steady. "Ton shall not remain' at "1'.. given 'up the .rlyer. aDd ,,I'm' ?"> be at lengtltasked brokenly." ""He has Indeed found frlenas, said and .. lij.:
I going to get bold of some land." the '''Judge wlth'mellowtuncUon( .;; :
PRODIGALYNOPlta. Hello Plain another,hour." "I fetched .wa'rrom the Barony, ('. : "
: ; ,"Land T.". said Betty with a rising swelling visibly.1; .
air; Mr Crensbaw aald I might have "
nothing.. ,
\ Hicks said He' knew It ceutbteaht Carvington
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"iAf.\( .. would take more than her ..,.1.11..0' -Yes, land* It" k I and bowed.',. Occupied with ,Hannibal .
? 'The Judge gave great start and a
him dfl
to the turned
place. Betty
t gets "I thought you were .1 I river mi.n T"" i and the Judge she had been unaware -
: bourse, inarticulate murmur ..tol.from' .
her and .
horse 'galloped' back to.the '
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"I'm"a river man 'no longer. '! amgoing '' of bis presence. Csrrmg'tonstepped' .
1 bouse. She felt that the was in no between his twitching lips,.
!( JUDGE ..
,to be'a.planter now. But '''I'U forward."Have _.
"What do you know. of the Barone.Hannibal .
condition to see Tom Just at that moment '
Ir\. ; 1 ;Jell ', )'ou why and aU';.bout it some ?" yon met! Mr. Norton, aDd my
.! ; and dismounting at, the! door other'. day." Then Jut'\ brother Carrlngton she asked..
" held out his Mr.
; :'I lived: at the :Barony once until ..
,:- .: ran upstairs to her room.. ?
clWf KZSTZ hand. "Goo I.b)'.". he added, Uncle Bob ,took sue"to Scratch' Hill The two. young; men shook hands,

",. 'cJyYA ..?I Meantime the. overseer sought out "Are you golngt-*ood-by. Mr. Carrtngton. .. to be.with him" said HannlbaL and Ware Improved the opportunity a

," Ill/.tJVjC+f BYl2tlf.LYldlir5'Iw' Ware 111' his office Ills manner of ." and Betty fingers tingled "Ypu- -you lived at 'th. Barony?" to Inspect ,, the new-CO ler.' But.u ..

1 ::1' t f 'Atraasaowwr 7zJ' stating his grievance was slngulsy.He with his masterful clasp long alter be : repeated the Judge"and a dull wonder Mi glance wandered over him. It took .
Pf- CA"+'wf/A'gAarpww
began by swearing at bill employ,. It
Included
; bad COD"6! In more than Carrlngton for
:t; ./t er. He bad been Intuited before all 1 his'tone How longagowbeb'
the" fine figure; and swarthy I
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llF OD.-Or'the men Briefly .the"quarter-hU--....4hfatrl .
i".1; "Olt! said 'Tcnoked. - ---CHAPYER'XL- 1- ".!. it were face of Captain Mnrrell. who .with i

'1J ; and the Judge moved' nimbly away 111m; he, Could not speak. but*- until JDncle Bob carried me..awarafter'4heotd'genetarvVnid'V his eyes-fixed on.'Bett7Lwas:' thrustingMnrrell
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.. l '" : <:H J"J'EJt.The. cctna at the opening Now to find SolomOD'.lIt1"'1.' boy, smear back. The"h'o<*l'ngMatch at4.Boflgs. the had presented JUmself at
under
'; ) et the story ill laid In. the library of .. The'Judges faith In the reasonableness Judge slipped a.b.nd
and then to' put the miles between "Bent yon off the place "did
4 : old worn-out southern plantation, known abel of mankind child' .chin- and tilted his face back: Belle Plain the-day before. For upward
Y the Barony. The vlaca !. to be *old. himself and PleasantvlUe with all well, you'll bar to eat crow. I'll do having received a so that he might look into it. :For along of a year Ware had enjoyed
'. and It* hlitory and tnat of the owner*. diligence. As be thought .this 'almost all I ean. | don't know what staggering blow tII..be&'aD a somewhat
girlswere great of mind as a direct result -*
- _the ulntardi, li the ubect of dl.ou.- furtive existence for blmsaf.for moment be studied closely tho.esmall peace ,
,,: '( ..Lon by JoBitlRp'Crenrh.w, a---....-_ _a.t-bJsjelbow MaII.tr. )' and Hannibal ever made for.anyhowdasnaedUIdot teaturei!,. theo with a. shake ot i of: his absence from west Tennessee
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!erase a stranger known a. Bladen, and rose from bebln .-fatI riog; -The -lie-added..__ __ Solomon Mahafty, and for the boy. '
of him
and when he thought
.. Bob Tanry, a farmer when Hannibal Tbeyrkepi to-tlttle-t requeotedbywayav.and the head he handed the rifle to Carflngton. ,
-=-"" ". Wayne Yankee motioned for silence and Hicks consented to-eat \
Hacard. a nnycterlou childof crow DJ1Il''aft.r and Wlthoutawerdotrode it;aILbehadinvariably put a period
the old southern nCHAPTER usually It-was the early hours of
makes hi
o famlJ'h ap- pointed weal Mr.: Ware- had cursed and cajoled to his ,1D4idIUtlODBWIU-"J' hope to
forward. Carrlngton had been regarding
prarance. Yancr oW' lie adopl.e4CHAPTJlR -the morning, or the cool of late afternoons
the boy him Into a better and more forgiving Hannibal with a quickened inter bell be catches It wherever he-is!" ,
when they took the road.
frame of mind. More than this' Betty had spokenof
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II.-Nathanlrl Ferris buy. X. A certain hot afternoon brought est.
tha Burony, but the Qulntnrde deny any Later after Hicks had made his them Intothe shaded main street of ."Hello!" he said jut the Judge moved the captain.hi no uncertain tones.
knowledge of tho boy. Yancy to keep apology the two men smoked He-waa not.to. repeat that visit
Hannibal. Captain Murrell.. a friend of Belle Plain.' a ,u straggling village. Near the door ofthe off. "You're the boy I saw .at Scratch
the Qulntartlff, appears and aska ques frlendirplpe and discussed the situa Hill!I" Aa Murrell approached the hot color
tons about the Barony. "Now Tom.'" said Betty, with a little tlon. Tom pointed out that oPposl- principal building a frame tavern; Hannibal gave him a'frightened surged Into Betty's face. As for
I a man was seated with his feet on
V CHAPTER III.-Trouble at Scratch HIIL air of excitement as she rose from Lion was useless, a losing game; you I glance and. edged, to Mr'" Hannibal be had gone white! to the
the horse-rack. There no other .
when Hannibal la kid the breakfast table that Bret morning II was
: : his small hand clutched hers
l'yhD and
: Dloutit, Caplnln Murrell's I at Belle Plain "I want to I sign of human occupancy. 'side but did not answer ? lips, ,
arent. Yancy overtnkra you forward his desperately .
Blouru The Judge plodded ,
"How do do sir? said the
him a thrashing. and secures the bove. show me everything! you all'hla
before Individual shoulders dropped and his. head Murrell. with hardihood:
Judge halting thissolitary:
CHAPTER IV.-Ynnry In a'erved with. a "I reckon you'll notice some Whom be 'tJ bo bowed. For once silence had fixed realized that a.too great confidence -
conjectured
Warrant for
appears before assaulting Squirt Balaam ninunt. and Yanry I. changes remarked Tom. the landlord, "What's tho name of Its seal -upon- his- lipa, no- inspiring bad placed hlmTm an awkward< position -

discharged with cost for the plaintiff. He went from the room and down this bustling metropolis! conlln'-oC cpeech fell from them. He had been for Betty turned her back on -

the hall a step or two in advance of. I back Into he animated ..
CHAPTER buddeply Swept a past him and began an conversation
V.-Hetty Malroy. a frlrnd the judge, cocking his head ci ono: '
of the -i-rr(.e.. has on encounter with her. On tho wide porch Betty paused bad striven these twenty years :and with Carrlngton. and Charley

Cnptnln Murrvll. who tore.-e lila nttrnwtlona breathing deep. The! house stood on side.A more to forget, and his memories Norton $ ,
oeJr ho Bruce
on her. 8n.III\ renruort hy Hriicn spoke, Carrlnrton ap-
CorrlnRlon, who threaten to whip the an eminence; directly before it at the I II peared In the tavern doer; pausing shaped themselves fantastically. surely HIcks, the Belle Plain overseer,

captain. I bottom of the slight descent was a there ho glanced curiously at the if ever a man had quitted the wprldtbat'knew pushed his way to &lurrell'B Bide.

CHAPTER VI.-Heltv net Out for hfir ,' small bayou, beyond thIs the forest shabby wayfarers. him, he was that man He "Here John Murrell. ain't you goIng -
Tpnnerni'e hr.ruCwrrlnRton take the stretched away in one unbroken mass boo died and be lived-lived horribly "
yet to show us a trick or two? be
name BinsYiihry and Hntmlbul dlaiipprar. "This Is Raleigh In Shelby county
with Mnrrell on thc'r trail lie to the Mississippi. Tennessee," said the landlord. without soul or heart the empty Inquired.:
overtakethem In the tnountalnH of T..n'b"ilni'.rlhJ "What Is It want to ft44 I e shell of
you see, anyhow '" a man..
tomb Murrell turned Quickly with a sense
t. Yanry "Are you the voice from the
=:.: ; that followed. kH..r;, Betty Tom demanded. Inquired the judge in a tone of playful A turn in the road brought them of relief. '

nibal eirapva In a ranoe.CHAPTER "Everything-the place' Tom-Belie sarcasm.Cnrrington. within sight of Boggs' race-track, a "''If you can spare toe your rifle" he

VII.-TInnnlbal Plain! Oh, Isn't it beautiful 1 bad wide- level meadow. The Judge
arrive at amused sauntered toward said,-but his face wore a bleak look.
__ .he homo-- of Judge Slocum Prlco. no idea how lovely it was!" cried him. paused irresolutely; and turned his "Don't you think you've seen about

CHAPTER VHIi-The Judge recognizes Bett- a., with her eyes stUUflxed-on "That's one tor you Mr. Pegloe!" bleared face on his friend. enougbv Bet" demanded Tom. "Yotl.dOD't .
? In the boy. the grandson of an old time the distant panorama of wood and "We'll stop here, Solomon,"'he said for the do
friend. Murrrll arrives at Judge' home. be said. care shooting your"Theta .
Hannibal hear; of the ending of *Yanc,,'* water she went down the steps, him "I am charmed to meet gentleman rather wearily, for the spirit.ot boast the very .thing I do care

: body Price arrested a*' counterfeiter. at her heels-he bet ahe'd get sick of whose spirit of appreciation shows and Jest was quite gone out of him. for; I think I'd rather aM that than

it all soon'enough, that was one comfort He glanced toward Carrlngton. "Are "
CHAPTER IX.-Cavi-ndlih family on his familiarity with a literary allusion the horse-racing said Betty perverse
!raft rescue YancT. who I. apparently you a.resident of these parts air?" he .
.*... Price break jaO.horsethief said the judge bowing ly.
I "Why, -Tom! Why does the lawn "We dead said asked. t herself
ain't so as we look. Betty now seated in the carriage
he. gars hU companion in look like talsr .. "Just to "I've been In Raleigh three days altogether
Pegloe you keep on lioggs'racetrack with Hannibal beside her
satoary a coldly .critical,*tare, seated "Like what?" inquired Tom. She Instantly Recognized the Broad straight down the road ," 'answered Carrlngton, and 1 quietly determined to miss nothing.

., klmaelf oa the stool, and with quitea "Wlal', .UlII-4aJI weeds and briers Shoulders., and you'll find that out-everybody's they continued on across the meadowin I :The Judge feeling that he had come
devoted an his 'to and the paths overgrown' silence
t aa..Uc.Uoa.fleroeair energy there to the boss-racing and shootlngmatcbut into his own- leaned elegantly against
He dther altered big Mr?Ware rubbed his chin reflectively could get your way by ten ,direct I reckon you've missed the Here were men from. the' small i ic1.1Dc..Sa. the'wheel'and, explained4 merits

-woIl.DOr.ebaDle: J /his :e rreiiionsuatU with the back of his hand. means. 't She w(1IltIn.tar\; : long ''at homespun and 'butternut '
hoss racing but you'll "be In, time for
.. of each shot as it was made g.
: he and the"Judge "..,/ alone. ":'That sort of mint looked au right., belle Plain butwb.UeIebe; did rrmAln- the shooting. Wb alnt there or fringed hunungshlrtswtth.their are hot

/ {: ,'. ;, *en, catching', .;:Judged:. eye;\ ,ie, .Det:" ". .'I4.-,."but It kept.live or silt they must a.ld'rau.v, roore c"I1"r.; Mr Carrlngton ; "" .yon women folkraiync afteCJthem.-Hera: ( 1hope to let you) gentlemen off: going
?"!" 4i'. '" .' the.. :< iout'of' the sort through ''which they,lu.ti furled : lesser m."aIlt with the>>t1..r.
" bat/: ''' l' lon... ot/ '. beitV. ban theUiel ,, .'Tm'gQlng'now.r't ,: M, v I'igloe.*' an* toe la numbers-were] the lords said .Murrell,; approachlq..tha group.
"I .. it oR'1De z """ d.pregerttly 1'd be ack of.ri' .ot .the s6y,4hevmnwhocounted; their ,
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,......t' ;where he'iras',oonoerned.:. *. HeJld1 'coweajj.: ,,:'-,jaeu' '*nwa 'per? .#,vivum' "vj.. .-. - e r .. .'.....' ..ure'.l1edld Billed after, em"i'. ; :: : : ,. \ Q w' .. '. #r i '
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( 'JWM'going'to that
not oouaesoeod ; she ; coaa. ; 0.b1 ., But the "alreadyformed eel 'tr..t'ouDIf e., s e "'i'f'f
Judge', :
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'the'one 'or;two"civil'remarica 1 :\i tne D.-, was .she f; .' .. when threeweeks-pad; : passed the began I occasionally,comfortable, favmlly'car \!< \
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his decision, Uorae-raclag and shoot- be$ judge.:T.
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jna'amaald: JBut, at ...
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e lodge addressed to ;Mm.. 1. ,"Don't'youlWantt&I.t ' the crops to feelMncenscd that be '"',,; not log-matches ,'were suggestive; of.Ut.tpropelal..e riage :with/: some' plate" ,wife or hundred::. offhand) ? Itk..thll", should ."

All the long afternoon r more U..1f.W&J' Bet?- appeared. She .thought: hIm with the daughter, rolled silently over the turf. "' ' ..
spirit;' ; absence of '
most certainly 't5Uo .
the' Judge Uved through the .; The girl shook her bead and moved hot cheeks, and a quickening the II which he had so much lamented at 'The. Judge's dull. eye kindled, the '-would-be bard to' beat K ._ ..that-l" I c:

taaay stages of doubt tad Uncertainty swiftly .down the path that led from heart It was anger the Jan raising at Pleaaantvllle. Memphis ,haggard lines that- streaked his face
-
heard Murrell
they,
for suppose .anything had happened terrace to terrace to the margin of Then one day when she bad d"cr1-! erased themselves.. waa life, opuleot say. I
I was their objective point, but "At least it be quite ,
to Mabaffy-f|: rj. tr the bayou. At the ,.first terrace she ed forever to banish all mtftnory ob1m'trom ; .' became and full. These switt-rolling carriages would possibleto I
her a side issue of im- equal IV' said Carrlngton, advancing -
Standing before -th. ;'w1adow, the I paused mind he presented him with their handsome women
Judge watched the last Vestige .light self at Belle Plain portance. They had gained the edge these well-dressed and ; with Hannibal's rifle in his
men on foot
fade from the uky.and'tbe starg ap- "It's positively squalid! cried Betty She was In her room just puttingthe of the. village when. Carrlngton over splendidly mounted, all did their part bands.. \

with a little stump of her foot. IInlsblD touches took them. He stepped to Hannibal's. It was tossed to his shoulder and 1\\
...,. Would Mahairy OOII1.r."I': to an especially toward lifting him out of his gloom.
Ware glanced about with dull eyes. satisfying toilet when her maid tapped side. A from Hannibal drew his et- poured out its contents in a bright;
.. "I'll tell you Betty I'm busy this "Here let me carry that long rifle cry stream of flame.
the There
% on door and told her there was a tendon Turning, be was in time to was a moment
morning; you poke about and' see gentleman in the parlor-who wishedto son!" be said, Hannibal looked up of silence.
: the boy bound An Instant i
what you want done and we'll do It," see her. Into his face and yielded the piece Lee away. "Center shot, ma'amr" cried the
later to his astonishment he saw .
-a I
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be said and made a hasty retreat to "Is It .Mr Norton?" asked Betty. without a word. Carrlngton' balanced young girl who was seated with two Judge. _

his office. "No Mist. -he lldn't give no name it on his big palm. "I reckon it can in to "I'll add twenty dollars to the :
men an open carriage spring the N
.
' shoot these old gins. bard to
Betty returned to the and "
[ porch Miss. are Norton
purse addressed himself to
ground,. and, dropping to her knees
seating herself on the top step with When Batty entered the parlor beat!I" he"observed.. put her arms about the' tattered' little Carrlngton.:: '" Jld.'I. shall. hope sir, 1
her elbows on her knees and her' chin "She's the 'closest shooting riQa 1
moment later she saw her cnllei to( see it go into your pocket.
sunk In the palms of her hands, gasedabout everelghted. said Hannibal promptly. figure.Why
"Our sentiments
standing with his back turned toward: ' Hannibal!" cried Betty Hal-' exactly, ma'am.
her miserably enough. She was her a's he gazed from one of the win- I roy.* are they not?" said the Judge.

sf.ll there when half an hour later down, but she instantly recognized Carrington laughed 1 Miss Betty! Miss Betty!I" and "Perhaps! )'ou'd'like to bet a littleof
Charley Norton galloped up the drive those There was 'a rusty nameplate on ?" remarked
1 broad shoulders and the line Hannibal buried his bend on her your money Murrell.

from the highroad. Catching sight .of,, poise of $.shapely head'\!tint surmounted the'stock of the old sporting rifle; shoulder. "I'm ready to do that too, sir," responded -
her on the porch he sprang from the thla caught Carrlngton's-. '
them. Norton .
"What la It Hannibal la It quietly .
what
,
saddle .and throwing his reins to a Carringtonand ."What's the name here? Oh, Tur- ; "Five hundred
-- 'Oh. tyr. Betty tear?' dollars then; that

i black boy hurried to her side. stopped_shcjrt, while her face grew .bervllle. : "Nothing only I'm so glad to find-\ this gentleman In whose: success your
"Inspecting our domain T" The Judge, a step or two In advance .
Betty rather ... and then- crimsoned yours take so great an interest, can neither

ee I he asked as be took bin 'place near Then she ""advanced' boldly and held startling wheeled suddenness."What In his. tracks with- "I 'am_ glad to--flee -you, too!" said equal nor better my.next shot! MurrelJha4 -

her on the step 'out a frigid hand. "I didn't know- Betty as she wiped ,his tears produced a roll of bills aa be.
% ", rand away. tspoke.
? he his -
why didn't you tell m.. Charley- faltered, face .
1i. '-you are 1L114J'ou disappeared Jq.uddeD1l' "When did you get here dear?"
(" lor-at least prepare me for this?" she Was ashenr. ,
that '
--night Norton colored with embarrassment -
"We, here
got just today.Miss Betty
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asked, almost tearfully. ."1'.., I'm alive,.' he .said, and then ""Nothing I.was' reading the namehere : ..f' said, HannlbaL Carrlngtoa took la. the situation. i

: '<:"How was I to know Betty 1haven't with' a smile ."but '1 fear before' you ; it Is yours,, sir I,.uppoaef"-.nd Mr. Ware, careless as to dress .'

I K S ; : been here since you went! get,through. with me we'll both wish Carrlngton.: scowled down on the.child He had "Walt a minute." he d.-and,

: b. away;-dear-" wllat was there /brlnj I'were not.-Betty. t"Do -', "No. lr- nov; my name Is Price;! favored Boggs' 'with his presence, not passed his pure to Norton. Cover
me? Old. Tom would make-"a coW Slocum' Price TurbervtlleiTurberrt
r you.still bate me Betty-Mls* because he telt'the least interest in hIs money: sir" he added:briefly. .
" ;wr: pasture-but -of the'OardeIof EdeD.wouldu.t M.lroI.h.r.., anything I "Thank hones
: I can say horse-racing buts because he had no you my have runaway ,

--,' "Ne gpibor Th't Meana M."" He sordid soul he--a be IsP'beautiful"'C=: practical or, do that will make ;you forgive met" faith In girls, and 'especially'' had' he with most of my ash." explained

., He looked at'ner penitently.) Norton.
', Cried. profound mistrust of Betty. She
was
........ I Norton spent the day: at Belle:Plain;' But Betty; hardened her heart "Your.shot!" laid Carrlngton shortly -, -
... ... .. j r ao zauch ..,, r portable wealth, a
he ..
and though ,,there on hla good .
'. suspecse wa'ntdlerabli.... Suddenly against him and' .prepared to keep) } p4-faced chit ready to tall Into the to the outlaw. '

t:: cut of the, sUedce Bounded a long- behavior at the result of nxagree- him .la place. arms of the first. m,n who, proposedto Murrell taking careful aim, bred

\. drawn, Whistle. Three' times it was meat they had reached ott boaroNThe ."Will you sit down T".she Indicated ker. But Charley Norton had no\ clipping tile center'
Naiad, he .proposed twice' J.; ,. a .'J' H. seated himself and f.7 w / As soon as the
repeated.he7horse4blefJeapedtft; --- -' cla.aIr Petty seemed disturbed by the planter's result was known:

K':. als feet 5'. AJl' XA .tlon Toin wat-intslaken-Ia-hl.-uuppoai., .'' : l-' a....aah.z4lataoa+Aetwepn.t .forbidding air. Carrlngton; raised'his rifle; his bullet '

"' '"-Neighbor thit\meana he that Betty would-__ .Urjor "Are you staying In the neighborhood. y truer {ban ,.his opponent's, drove out
..... ..,,- ; TnaJ" Belle ' "Whar-Tagamnffln'e-,- -Bett t=-
-.:: .";.. cried. 1,I Plain: She. demanded men and )I... .Carrlngton T": she asked ,'rather.. groWled Ware disgustedly lKe! -Murre11'1DrDect'-oblm; .. _

A "- .', ... ... ', /'J.The moon was riling now andNfty4ltsllcnt teams, and began'on the lawns.' This unkindly. i:':t, '" '. /1',' I ,,. But Betty did .not seem to bear. with an oath;' '

jH; . ; the' Judge saw'a number,of'horsemen Interested and fascinated'her.: Bbe. \"No "I'm'not....staying in ti).- neigh ."D1d. you conic alone Hannlbair '"You shoot,well, but a board stuck
r out at direct'her. v "
was:, sun-up' to labor.err .
.
"Jr' t : appear'on th..ag.' of the borhoo. .When I Jeftjyou/ 1 made up ,'.h ', .she-asked." against a tree Is no, teat for,a. man's .,

\" c' t 'woods; They1 entered .the, clearing, : .'-gbe had the advantage of 'Cllarl.1NcmOb' my'mind I'd ,,.alt, at.New Madrid:until ,:',TNo ma'am; the judge aDd Mr. Ma- nerve,",.be'said '11III eDU7. /

'''' 'sI 16 ..,'picking' their way\v"among the stumps : *' presence and advice for thegreater I' could come, on" down her*'' andX ltr 'r"eeld haffythey fetched me." Carrlngton 'was; charging his piece.
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.r 'J without ? haste ors contusion'When part of each .al'.1IIa the week, ,$7ft wuI8lOlT7. 1 '-I(
ii .. .. ;caulte close,;;;! five "oF \.bll band dlsnted -, and what,Sunday been Khet.... came t to-,?look'over. ''?"AD4'IYa taken' yon all thlatimer,-1 14 y Betty'>i and Hannibal spoke ,, together. target", be observed coolly,' a

I rift: en about nad .CarHagtdq regarded !ner seriously.. w ,, .':J"YH-tI living target!",cried ..Mnr'Thi .
? ; 'ybe poitCnudd! putt"1LWe' w; but>> 'Mghatfy hung back. 'There were :: ,
j Tom toy ....... '
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firmly. bellevrfoV: -
.' Jail or' csntirod ,off toward yie "I: ,:red/Wn lI;'mnat hav* come for 4'Iri gulfs*not to'becro.aediby'Mmy'1was ; (,, .'_, 0 ,." ,
> fool;up to.fresti'nonsense.Mcould, mar time,1,;Betty-Mlsf Malroy.*: In j'Y '' r .,-...:....;;.... -01 "
,': ,..ii' 'a &4L. r- : i *? ,. I "rt'i.-l!; have.bootedhlmt.v.H -fr J" ; O ;'different/wtth'.tbs1tjudgj: ;J' the ;. .,' ; .' .1'(. .. ,
. .( ''' "Iiok outflnild.ptefed; :' a .!:--'As ,:! ;: spite of,herself Betty'glowed nndettbecaresstpghumor.ol .1. i. native magnlilcence, of,his mind-fitted ,I CHAPTEIt' I"' ,1 -
; tbei'itroundf took sha\beforj .
'", otl:" ."Voice,' W" 'a'Iogiwaedashed 'against .b.a''dlighted.s7e1;: B.tty ; oundvlel* hla tone:. / . .bh4.Iof any occasion.-, ,',-' > v": 'It' :',(, : ti ;: .- ;''of.I. II''

' 1 *CRaaUy-t-rou, must,, have'.chonnpo0r1 Allow pregpnt'tpy .,.. .:. .'
the"door; epCe--t"lce-o-Itx.J'OM 'aII4 :, me the boner to ,.t'qf"H'o, .

y....; ".,". .Jell on"the.cupboards,,. antfBunderUoee I turf, r indoors Institute. A number- ahorbugb'KortMtfoA ot >r''.tW;when you' selected ,New n "FL selC.;',""'........Prt_ : (is 4. my4. f "Thiithe'i ape ik.rl was Jude r

. ",., & tilhddig 1 'fed'nDrfwldtwbinb 4rescuedvf l i rom,. the bouse quarters'andahe' sarvants''were '-Io drlcl.ru' couldn't nave been' .good lvl :. Judge Bloeum ''Prioe 1elfay-jb.'per- Price"tats to toe place for me. 'Theyan'

.; --., :;PIt X\bi".1II oaIlPt place for your, purposed" a" r,, .tea .S,r i; t. mitted to assume thai this la theMlse3ettt a. waras.. earted'juople.'arlir1 *
f'J. began tailnstrnctvthen .
': .; 'r ,7. Wreaned epleadldlyl r" Ae'Mrse>thleflialr : '!/la' j"I-tWnkv; : ; ifl\ .00.1d'.1IIII4.\ J > W .of w)omrq7 loan protege so prosperoaa ,'people.an,patrio /e
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ew >d Uea.;. ; : ) },,h.ir.p ; , tomind-to there ['c;
.eJ..taj ; stay long
enougn peoplewith
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'lL.H"iio/l', o. oj ;; Jt, wptol4>haTe Answered.*"said VaritngtpLr Mr.M.- *
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vkltnaeF tKPAt7f.lti'1ue ' ra.UQ.W hang ont my-ahtagie-
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toJ.e43airar4: ir +ti.b" : BuJ a dowses boatRigdtgp'tka.lirtefl.y 'F aatoaltbmeatwbile'N.rto : here and '
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1:; ; ,! hl"J' Jaunty itepv the J.oan:,, at'I: 1OkIvW,'over I.CIDQdJatuLJ ;TeuBeethere's't Btupidly >tJSMrriB .-I"-f''Z'-> ; ?"T of .stoenedahd..r..glede'gnvlt7.:. 'J' IK: tkejsToods. aetweea Ba I i .<>

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1\\ r !':' A ;i'rI1EEE THE':KEY WEST MOANING JOURNAL* WEDNESDAY:: MAY 15, 1912 . .,'.' : :, ,
OFFICIAL )
CITY
.. . PAPER: ,
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j .st; _( UIS WALL EU JllJllMflNCOOMBS: -' . ,. 4 ---T5pK-7rHAVE IT r,


.n ithing.. $ it THE DODGERS HARD tR tU DN':'+ STEM TIDE } r'' HAMME ."

I I' 'lJel. ny' blttgr
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: :.'.+, .\'-; ,/\, . ; ;_ r., .'I' . 1.1\\ ,r Sake Wouldn't Let 1hem'Scd Wor d 'Champs. Were Shut j .. her Is the only kind wortli uifhg,
.. 4.. t : Profit l y the experience of {
0 I .. [cvtherk a '
.. ; e At AU And Gave Out By Chicago.Beriz
:' >75Vo'Lave J fust.rec9jytfd; a bid: ,Iiue, of MPI"'S, BJtliins! Suitpod : I who Imvo\KoiiKlit to save l>y l luting| ,e
Hit
Up But Two .& ,. In The Box. -T JKMir Jinubcr and hive ''been -sadly "

1 Wcau (fi' i y'ou "P( ;: (fa cacao euit. :ou esfactl:. ', .. for: 4I.b.cents, ...... J fit Louis,' ,\fay 14.: .". They t home Philadelphia, ;, May' 14.;-The Chicago UlNsppolnleil. llcjjour next hum'

... ,1 Loam \. walloped. the White. Sox abut' out the Athletics
- unmercifully, l>er hereati'l' you'll realize Hie <
; vtrqthof
atid'up:: 'Brooklyn troll ay car dodgers this here today. Philadelphia made \
;t I' Afternoon Sale' twirling. for'St.. 0.xun8, 7 hits and 2 errors. Chit! the'nxloni ';Tlio ir* l cap) made 7 runs, 9 hits and S
.Lolui was uniually stingy In, the erroilf. Cat.r
matterot giving up blto. Salee. was ,
,on the mound cor the Cardinals and Philadelphia Battery: Coombe and A
\ jWlngo .caught thee tame: Knetser Lapp. i JOHN LOWE JR. SDY3:: ' '
'' : t .'!,wad Phelpa were' th. Brooklyn batter I Cleveland: Ban and Kuhn
l&:1P .
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:i1f 1: rk, itz' ?. '. g" s, .' #! I UmpiresConnolly' ) and ,Hart,' -- - -- .-._:---- -- . - -- --. -=-_.. "

f ). I St.Loula' made, 6 pins', 9 hits andno .1 Washington ft. .errors. .. Brl'loklyn.ma.de..no runs.. Cleveland came bacltatthe-Senators j I! R.
-, ... .-- & hits and 2 errors.I today with .a stronger battery than I r S'HOWARD : CO.
'.. I I Johnstone and Eaeon umpired the the one Used'asterdky, 'and .evened I' .
...
game, up matter a little. The game
a fight from start to finish, wa.1 I MAKKMS of? .
:' I Chicago 2; FhllaorlphUi O. 'pitchers allowing! only four -, i
: Chicago, May 14.-The Philliesworo Washington made "8 runs,,. 4 'hits PIANOS tod lYiricr PLAYER-PIANOS '

iifafBtre shut out thla afternoon;,by the and 3 errors. Cleveland made. S I
70( l home team Cheney and Archer runs 4 hits and 1 error. .GUBAT.PMNOVALUKS!: ; ; __
,worked for Chicago! and. Alexander Grooms and Henry were theWashington" j _,

,. And KUUfer-l\Jr-PItHadelplma. bltteryVdregg and'' NOTED' FOR. -
.... . '''' Chicago made 2 runs;: 8 hits and Livingston worked fore.Cleveland. J: : I J .
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+ INDIVIDUALITY
l '( ( :I'.. '.0.. .2 errors. Philadelphia made no runs Dineen-and Perrlne Umpired' thegenie. ... I. : '
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; J. .4 hits and' no errors. i Never bprorohai the sumo' quality. clmrnotor. mid iadlvhiluallty . t
Rlgler and JTInneran. 'were the New >'ork -1 ; Detroit B. been olloroil for medium price. KVKHSfou : '
. .' ...... 1 1\S'fRUIIENI'
---- umpires. 14. A crowd Appruviil), and sul.t ./t
I New: York May big; glurtnnteed. fur :80: years '.
1 trf! enthualastic ;tans turned out here :rI
.
.1 Two Inning Game.Plttsburg today to see the Yankees teach the J. L. STOWERS, MUSIC HOUSE ,:' :
May 14.-The game Detroit Tigers bow' to play ball but ,
between' New York and (Prt&burf!: alas Detroit came back on the fieldIn 20 //'jAS'' 1tA le.t l+:T', 4'Ul\lH. STJtlml' "
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was'called In tne second Inning this their old time form-enough said HAVANA, 1'UiiA : :
afternoon on account of rain. New York nude Fran, 4 hits and KfcY: WJo 'jT. FLI.1 \. :

Mathoweon and; ''Meyers were .the 0 errors. _, .
and Hendrix and' Detrelt C 7 hIts' and ... t
- New York battery ma. Kelly for Plttjbiirg. 7 errors. 4

.' -.' \1 Dron n an anil Owens handled the New York buttery: Caldwell and I Baker Bros.
Indicators. Street.; .
I Detroit batterV: Mullen and
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Are ,# Stallage.limplres.
I k, 1 1 halo \I/.Rln I : O'Lnughlln and Westervolt. : .0 '.: RESTAURANTWill
an ,,, 1 Cincinnati May H.-The. game .
between the Reds and The Boston
was prevented this afternoonon lloxton 7; St. I.IMIH n I. WillaE Roberts
Dovev Open 3rd
account of rain. I liouton. May 14.-The Boston Red I April at the '
Sox defeated the St. Louis tenmhove Corner of Caroline and ;
again today 'the score being 6
n I'.nnt+ W//. inr \Vlifrre '('hj>y Play Tixla. to f. Boston made i C runs 10( hits and I Margaret, Streeets.Y
+ nbn erg Boston at Cincinnati! I 2 errors

Brooklyn at 'St. koiils St. Louis made i 5 runs 10(I lilts Regular Meals and Short Ordeis :
Philadelphia at Chicago and 1 error.
New York nt Pltlsbiirg. BOII\on' batter: "icotte and Thom- "Your Grocer"
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OF Tim TEAM ; anil Krlchcll.! Y
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St. Louis I II 14 41 1 i '
IorSashes, Doors, Blinds And in fact arythinm Brooklyn- T JI: nboIlalom : Cleveland! 'it Washington. aired. ., near WUiie. Phono 16G:> A. ,

Building material, as welt PS all kinds of hrd\V. 'i I I""i : :II:l STANDING OF! T1IK TI ISA MS 17 if

EUGENE R. ALBURY Philadelphia II J.I :34)1)Fr ) Won Last Pot. Kutnislicd room l for .
t all on Chicago '21 5 80S .ryot. Fleming :&
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'fThenlot: your' prayers follow' ... ,ma,. ,equal; ; to his own, eotreated. him not .'. '... ,..... ; _. _..... I''\1"f. .":1"k"" .. ... _"' ",,,,''1.,O' -<;) ..,. .K" .,. ., .."_".
tor".J'm the judge. rtTen \::4 to yrientlon''(he Vent ,' The house -tad f "
"to our \< \' mutes',walk 'ibrought 'bfm to cbme 19.him as boot '1n'g'trade. it Just received. .(Jne afthe fino b, assortments of '{d'
( want knowhow4
g the' door<>f tpe.city tavern where ho had been occupied by a doctor nnd a Bulling: : Cap, we have carried all 1 Styles (
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lawyer; these gentleui'ed had each decamped ;. :/
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feel towards We found ; Pegloe -directing tho acth'lties '
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patronS 'us:. Colors! and .price's. . )4
of a small colored boy who was between two days, heavily In .
lly driving to please you. mopping out ''his bar. To him the debt at the stores and taverns cspe- Ifyou, can't come, just phone us, and We will be iJ' ;

., earije Judge made known his needs. 1, dally the taverns. And thus band gJad to s?nd them to you for your'selection. "
Intruded to give "Ooln' to locate aro you?" said Mr. Homely did Charley Norton acquit '
Our drivers are They are moving fast, so you had better hurry. "
Pesloe. :
;i himself of the mission he had undertaken

full-weight in All instances.' If the "My friends urge It, sir, and ,I have at Betty MtUroy's request, BPHONE r'L
taken the matter under consldcra-1 I' That same morning Tom War and '

that ser e& you fails to do so tlon" answered the j'"l"e.:; |I I I Captain Murrell wore seated in' the
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""Well the oflly empty bouso Iar.small detached building at 3elle Plain At both StoresKEY +

I phone 211 onceConsunrsJcB town Is right over yonder; it belongs: known as the office, where the former }.<\
to Charley Norton out at
young spent most of his time when not In ,
Thicket Point Plantation." the saddle. ,., I '-
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The house Mr. PCK-OO: pointed out I "So your sister doesn't like me. -
S & Cold Storage was a small frame building; It stood Tom-that's on your mind this mornIng '''1 \ r r,::

; directly on the street with a narrow -Is It?" Murrell was saying. WEST DRUG CO. '

; porch across the front, and a shed -. "Make It worth 'my while and I'll .,
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f' addition at tho back.. The judge scut-.I take her off your bands" and Mur ,. '
tied over to. It. The/ ludge'x pulse nil laughed.

. quickened. What a location, and : Tom favorod him with a sullen < .
: Company. what a fortunate chance that Mr. Norton J .tB re. 2' ;sor > +

was the owner of this most desirable There was a brief silence, during; 1

". tenement! He must see him at wUlcli Murrell studied hU friend
once. As be turned away to rccross face. When he spoke, it was to give f R 1'1 1f"

L.: A..GreauhWPTC1IMAKE1t .lust a week' trial, of -one of- our I I the conversation a new direction. .--___ .- -- - - ; '
: "Did she bring tie boy here lastnight
lights qOOU\! (111 you tbat vou'reusing : ,
ct JE { ELKKSitTkuMMivn ,? I saw yoi drive,,off with him 1
i v) own caw ,/!flllr. The lieolAcency. t'. '

: repairing to delicate IsJJj wetebsd Light .." Cleveland., U..Pierce' nv (f fL' 'in''"yes the ,carriage./she makes a regular pet ofthe i '; : ;,...' ,

ea4 .w.lry' C :. tllht '. .2'i.: fKeep ,e, S little ragamuffin" .;
Work door prov.nti* mat willatlslatiou. A 1: ,, ',J.
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boy 'going stay
out the Sun. Vudor and: \ 1 Plain inquired Murrell. 4j it'
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I porch ihifics Ouitrnnti-eil for I heard her say at breakfast that .

If you are ,going 'r.\- J1inlr vo goods at. rock' bottom prices.-, ItiH-'- 1 she'd"take him to Raleigh this after ., "I't" '. ';,

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want to'see us about tliut new trbok. ,5.i8f t 1f "That's the boy I traveled all the !: ,1...
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The Iftr tBt and !wet lion shown 'on \ way; to North Carolina to' get for f.. 1.

the bl\\l>d. Prices! are an usual a Dr..DRendrickDENTIST f Pentross."" '- k ) "
little lower than the other fellow's.ReeVfc. . "Eh-you don't say?" cried Ware. .\ .....'", .

t ;33) if "Tom,' what do you know about the D. .1 \. 'j; .
", : OLD. CROWN" B3H( I 1', WORK Quintard lands; what do you know -. -- :
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L o.u.ld urr&S04o2r2O ie-b-O( ( iu1'1-: :',
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- ;- Treat your house io n co t otBeojsivioa Office filer Otto'* Du e Store_ : "He "was a"rlch planter; lived in ( VE' t ,'F-.J.'W ,, "

iMoore'o .. lir.f r .le at j I ,I'boue Nn "'n I.2. North, Carolina. :My father met him J 'I : : '1' ( ",

.' Ellis Kemp, 1214 O.ivia; *tr"et. ''':''' ,-,- . / when be 'was in congress and got Wm/ % ... ., ,,' .
'1 'to Invest in land here. They had :,.
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Phone 156 A. ? I 1- ': ,
/ i THVGQEEE some colonization scheme on footing ,: ;IJ f'

: _...:. '_ __' L.-' > was upward of twenty years ago . r I ",
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I' -but nottjng came of it. Qulntard : '. li; .:
SHOP YeaLiving Target! Said Murrell. ... .
lost Interest? I' '
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f r 11 iw'gfJ.; ': 'I I "- j\ oC'grerae the street Pegloe "Ob'bj held to that. J :< . : t, r"' ,. ;,
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1 "# *0'Joe } far 47fficefl.. ;: : : .F tpat tli: I ?'Qulntard bas been dead two year; .; { ,,..1. .,. ,
Norton ;
reached. himself Into
k galloped
,i Large, airy- 'ud1! comIOf\.bYe.| '_. the !*>.& IjUce to yet Cisrara. vtoffee i the nUago. )Catching sight of .the ,, Tonvand. back yonder in North Carolllnd I. .>I,. :"l'1, .-..,,,-,
_ ii..! n. Jivi.r.\ tojJvaReasonable they told, me be'left I nothing but / '"
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; tiudwiche CpVf ,ti ilfc 'Judge11'1J..elll..4; to horse and .. i.
moo Otroia at' ..:;,. j lh'odsplete { : swung'himself from the saddle. the homeipl.ntaUonr: Te boy.'fti'edthereuy .to... 'f" J.. I ," .r .. ',. '
.' to- the time of (jutnt.rd'Sdeath
pEi.Moyico; .BESTA11BArT: : aDd-boup. "./ "I waw'bopingl. sir, I tpight-. and ,:, but'. what relation he war ..tothe. : 1 '
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Tom l cL.., that by.v getting ,bold of .
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DRUGS been "of Ut"
; ,aware > :, responded( the .
; ;t., iii Morals % judge:; "I'\was,*aout' to 'do myself the bgy'Featrpe.gxpects; to get bold '. C3 @ J ,
,. .I W& ai. UIUIAUY' 1J licaeu anir E. ., Co honor y 4} : of the Qolntard land.7That' ' : l : @ ( (!! : ;'t.'J:
; the. to watt'upon at your :
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.. "',' "i/-carry a comp liP'tI..a o. I...' .. ; ':P.I: ,"', """ plaJitaUo ?S5 ' *" .likely.." said War; then ": .. '. 4o' '; .. . . .. . l. -. ..-_. .. \to. ;. .
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j .. Q Draft'. dri*.." : truck .by-a.sudden-'' .,- he added. fr. "*. . !,. ''" ". '. '
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I' Y tGCICff Rfl ,FoL'.bay, : :; OI'M' Judge'ratheeX dnbtoualy. D.t'listened f sad' let 'him' pocket,th. cub? If itS ,- .;, .-"" .. .. ,. :i:,::t \::.; ''\.
.... the land b.. after the stake's ..bigot I '
f ,f 4. 'I. (jU'w: ,, ,. A I ,Apply to Ch, ...,, Ccrt1Ly? 12-lw with kfadaeaa'Jut.. k. .explained the I .-!i'Z" -"C BDH'3"! .,. I10'1: \..(/'
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exoeot 433 street Key
morning. : Monday' 'r"" ,' TE Y tep' ,;Look>for theIetterl;, '.on_ 'fhe,;:. p .f'I" .. : -
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TilE. t KEY WEST' JOURNAL, PUBLISH.NG?"; OMPANY', .... .. ,K ': '" : tom of all bottlesy. .-Jis" ,,a. guariaiftee: ':.. : .
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j $ ? ,' ,Frederick, H. "Mathews '. ? ? ., Editor 001'' .that thep'rodiid: bottled:::byW" ': : ., : "

1 fl< ; ,", ,Entered all. second-olas matter Septembeteth.<< l9oat the PostoMoe at . .. -T-' *. -
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Three. Month SPECIAL ROTICE #/ .. 0 nsl merS : ,, go m .

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;; ' are Te<| (*id to govern themselves.Ocordioltly. tf. I',', ''' .' PHONE '2401 : ;' .
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Many time ''MMe the great work of public Jmorovement which'Is in h ' OUR LEADERRED 'S1. H' < Y 'vrr: ." . .
1 i progress, had '*en going o*. The Journal has reminded ft. render.dollar \ 'I't... ,: ',>N.
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that elllea'hav.ve Ipay vMtre f 0r these Improvement t' '." '
, 'and cfntn i< ..-,'.,. .A g eaR' fl*+l jf-lnconTienceJ _!'used the publk :

? ._ -;-;! .." anal day follows ometimra the Nome nlKtit._inM.'\\' j 7Mic C'OIIld1tO. Uwt""ThI.pert-to follows fcave such paved'MorU.junt..treet as/., the..aBjHtrm '--,.:: :- - : ' : '

j streetmllw service without a certain : ,
of. ud. Improved .q.
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i It Is true that the city has not 'c'C caCol
,., ; amount of Inconvenience to all of lass .
f:. :' presented a very attractive appearance for some months pant. but vl..ltCII'II .
fv the city have !gloried In the upheaval of the; streets find the general ; -
I 1 apparent rnnfiiHlan. seeln" In these things the unmistakable signs Even at a high price; but. we .
: tumult and turmoil there \ '
of temporary
of would progresN emerge. ;; rcnllxInK n moles; that modern out d'). AH. a matter ..f fact nothing; "Inycnr ere selling good shoe. at, a WHITE' and BLACK

.i J .. leas HO 'SmprpHHpd the visitor In Key Wont now as the In! torn up conditionof all of low pi ice. ,
Hlrcetm and when all these Improvements progress .
our finished l, reMldcnts' of the citywHI Plain Soda
than half completed are Strawberry Sarsaparillaand
whirl tiro more Inconvenience which they Cost wall' a Come and let us show you the ,
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': realize tlist the temporary: '
( small price < values we are offering! .

I.I' The sooner you iuvestieatn the
lapin: l 1 livw Urown of HI. 1'etci-H- I I 1 For tin- sake of IICHCC mid Imrnionyv
': i.burg acwptiNl Key Wi-Mt'M lumpltnllty ; rest that (no or the oChi-r of tlicctllliiiH advantages of wearing our Orange Phosphate"IT'S
nt tho I'oiiBHcOla ie\VH and
, and city.then cent Nor SI IMIIIIC. IVtersburR's mid lnnilcnxlthe /: sake HIP M"ulIlh'lrol..ItH. : "III not attend I shoes, the. better it will 'be
till' f'their < <>!!vi-n ,
we hope' lie IN Tint one > rrplrN- lor vou-and UI. I
I cntalive CIII.CIIN.Ibuadi .'.'.NH .\NHOClutfrlll.Ve .

I \ hOI'| > tliti vntnrs. of lfonrlleC CLEAN
\\' fouls. rte inortnls. In', ]inrllcnlarly utiiyinIII i give ICdwIn l>. Ijunilk- I -: -: -:-
>,;r:; the tl"u. Henry flay Ilent- I I 11/,1" H bin vote for Ikh'gale ut Large ) 'AND PURE 1 I .
, lie! .Ir., IB lyliix: fn n miinlererH grave I(<> the National Democratic Convention ...
wife lie murderi-d. And second good "
hculile the In the primary.n THAT'S SURE. '
for the Make of a girl \\ho IH now an editor aN ImmhrlKht! Is would certainly .
with a fhcutrlcfll company, revelling I make a good Relegate to the .

r I In her InfHiiK.iM notoriety. Convention. Geo.; S. Wait CONSUMERS( BOTTLING CO.C. '

f .".- "- It appears in us that CromwellilbhonH There to are the four National candidates DemocraticConvention for I>e- .
legate:
In making a light
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ticket
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I I for Although Uovernor he .may in'' the have second no chance primary tot whose In names the second will lie appear elected.primary.-op the One Only ballot of Clothing, Hats. Shoes' H, .KetclHim, Pres. H J, Sawyer, V. P. F. E, Hernph l ';Gen.. Mir.f
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give away the governorship when the vote"to go with. The ,other \.....
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r the sam. 'iii be burred ,, M I towttg;; : "IIInt; 'NI': hr I
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? Bodrlguss.- , rptsrl 1 ;, .1tFymv .:' . I I .Kftp'Cut': tW: $11(1,\1, ",Vudor5aeilJspaneee : '. \.
'''poroh tlmdefj; woiiies ti di,'

FOR SALE-One bay horse duck porch shades. o 01\1 an teed;
with Columbia Surrey and Harness; 1l0'Jdlll'. io< k I',otHm'p ('.a. Ht'ld)',, :, I
Apply to Chas. Curtis.. 12-],,'" 6 !rEl I II

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a, Bowne Patterson, Vloe-pres. Oeo. L. Lowe .. .

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to"OFFICIAL.,; ... .. ./I .CITY; r.rough PAPER,, : ,., ., !I THE KEY* WEST, MORNIN.q IOtJRNALWEDNESDAY.; MAY. 15, 19.12' I'PACE, FIE '', .I, .-

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-L-. "He-t: aLAl4tetne...'!'hoI4LU11D.IU". Are: oueret? :deka'dd tayalcyr- ..:...- t. : . 1, *weleome. I'm playing for' .a bigger and Cavendish Jbt tavalkTBwandering "':
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be remembered while there' a'"h>>* Yancy made a misd trfil.lhet"There'd ; \ y :- "7 :;:- : --;.> . ., '
man alive In' Mississippi ,
the Vaijfti then JKlbleventured'at'length. ldnps-r' .._, . :,;' \
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Ton .let the Litters r done;' doii't "Them'. Beared ktnga.Ara yew familiar \" '"I,. "': ', . f! Tt./ \ _. .. '.'

Ton.tamper.,with;them"' AId\ War. ,With any of.. pie B DCBB.. *.Plain. oo : "' ': ; ; : .: '.

i 11* posiessed a 'profound belief ?..uJlIIITe1I' 1W'. Tancyr, --. ;". ,\'J\: .,, ,. . ... . \.. .".. .'.. ,": ,-.1 f: ..'tJ-. .. . . V\ : .

capacity,' He knew how the Well, taking them, ae,_ lariey rrI .. (, ';11 : 'J.t ". ._. 'I'W'r'- !" : i ',,;,, . ; 1. u_
latter IIIcS.shapedd the.uneasy populatkm them' Bible king ..i.ed k. avsaags d '. ' .' .r<.,'1' ,

that foregathered on the' edge olehrlllsatton pretty profaned" Tangy wM .lfrllll',. : ,
; to:bjaiown end; and that to defend this point.f! v. : l .f:1'f''b
', ....hat.II had:christened the Clan had ;"Tod-mu.t a heard'ot IM.'ar' "., .... If'''''!' >I

ecomeu'; an ..e/aborateOrgantaatbn./ (L : England. Silo',-wa" "t say,d /kaUm (
'disciplined and flexible to Ills ruthless In the War.agla* altar ..w1' :

wfll. "Jfd 'plumb for&d.''__ ay! ***** le : :1.

'_'_ _.*%iOOk.ber.jwbat' .do yon....tbink.llave : fit.,alU-through- .:tbe. wajj- -dslaka.d. : give no prizes t L
', been working for-to sUal "a Yancy. The CavendUbe weer' Im:. s.4 : .

law diggers That furnish us withksoney ,mensely: relkmea. 'I| ,c c ,
: but you can' push the,trade "Now'yon-all keep *tlD.cakj toga
'' too barb and .too tar The --planter endh.b; "I 'waht Mr.'Yaney ...... get I :

are _"". .. The Clan' got to deal a the straight of t.bIs.....! TIN various E' '

counter blow 'or go out of business. order of royalty are klagB. stake,. E orprerniurnsbnt : l1L >

Between her and the gulf-r be earl and lord Earl te"the thtrt Hla race Went Whit"and'the Book.I
made a wide sweeping gesture with from the top of the JiM>>, bnt' kmut lipped From Hla Finger ,

-kls--srm., "1 am pAftiiig t"* i"Mintry ale' 110 alouch __ _______ 1 '

with my: DleQ;.pl.re are two thousand "Dick had cragat .to.know, W he's TEb-what'* Wet No-" ba appeared I. '
active worker son toe rolls 'of the an*earl himself," cried Folly;: exultant-,. to hesitate. "Who la this. .man"He's L
ClAD, and a* many more like yon Iy Qalntardr --- HTvaTue in the i :'
Tom-and Fentress on whose friendship .
"Sho/ Richard Ke-ppcl, Cavendish. the owner of a lIundre4- ou- .
f can rely. I Barf of Lambeth; $ho'. that wm what and-acre tract In thl* and abutting .
"Sure as god John Murrell :you I he was! Sbo" and, some trsasleat counties." 'said Hr.-; Saul."Who E E ,_\.r" ."
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are overreaching yourself! Your I feeling of.\ awe stamped bell nroo ,> has charge of the land?."
white men are ail right, they've: got their'small faces as they viewed the "Colonel Fentress; be was, old General -

to stick by you; If they don't they long and Umber figure of their parent Ware's law partner. I've heard It

know it's only a question of time until e I was the, general who got this man R quality of goodswese' 'r:

they get a knife driven Intotheir "These hero tiles xo to the eldest Qulntard to make the Investment, but

ribs-but niggers-there Isn't @nyreal eon. He begins by benV a VU oQD.t." that was before my time."

fight, In a nigger. If theme iras continued Chilli and FevIt was The judge lapsed Into silence.A .
they wouldn't be here." my great grandfather ccxme over hero step sounded In tbe'narrow hall.

"Yet you couldn't hare made the from England. His name was Richard An Instant late the door was pushed Y t

whites In. Haytl believe that" said Keppel Cavendish.'same as mineIs. open and grateful for any Interruption Y"m' ht
Murrell, with -a slplster smile. Ho lived back rondoOB the Caro. that would serve (o take Mr. 1.- '

Ware, feeling the entire uselessnessof line coast and went to role b. tobac Saul's attention from himself the _

argument uttered a string Imprecations co. I've heard IID7 grandfather tell Judge abruptly* turned hla back on
and then tell silent. how he'd heard fonts say his father the clerK! and began to examine the

"Well how about the girl, TomT". was always hlntln la his ticker: that record before him. Insensibly however ..J. J
"' asked Murrell at length. "Listen to he1 was a heap better tine be seemed. the cold level tones of the voice '. -' ...
me. Tom. I'll take her away and and If people only anowod the truth that was addressing Itself to Mr. Saul

Belle Plain la yours-land, stock and about him they'd res ed.ldm mo', and quickened the beat of his pulse, the
niggers! said Murrell. mebby treat him better. Well. sir throb of his heart and struck: back

Ware shifted and twisted la his -married and Tic a faulty; there through the years to a day from I
eat. was my grandfather and a. psael of which be reckoned time. He turned

.girls-and that cn_ of ckUdren was alowly a* If In dread.
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"Do want the land and the nig-
yon the decent ba .... What be saw was a man verging
cenT I reckon you'll have to_ take only oop. ever Phone 137----We deliver it. .
them whether you want them or not "My grarnflf rthrer aaMbei never, on- sixty: lean and dark, wltb thin
knowed a man with die ..,..* .a'Ytn'elion haven cheek of a bluish cast above
tor-rm going ,tp have the girl. '
'agla labor aa hla fatbar had. the Jaw, and a strongly aquiline pro-
Folks put ttt do.wo to tsxtoeaa.bait they ale Long, black lock swept the collar

CHAPTER XIII. misjudged Brim -aa tan\m\ eat later yet of his ccat. while his tall spare :
he never :Jet IOL figure war habited In sleek broadclothand West Co. \
Bob Yanoy Find. Hlm.". I "Tbea lODe Bay be fat. Urn stands on apdUeas Unen For a moment the Key' Bottling 1

Mr.Yancy: awoke from a long I a paper the had eoaaa mnmt IB a Judge seemed to straggle with doubt. '
dreamless sleep; heavy-lidded his ship from IlDn 'IaDII. An at oa .. be then his face went white and the book) ,

eyes slid open. For a r moment be lit on .omdtming la tae paver,.... he I lipped from bin fingers to the window .
struggled with the odd and end of started asp gad let oat m yvJI Uke: bed ledge.The It :- r- '

memory,. then be'recalled the fight at been-.... 'B1.... DM .. Karl of strangck.'hi. business oonctnded. PHONE 137
the tavern the sudden murderous at?: LambettL'I"'lIeJ' av*,' se>t took rat to ew.ag'about ,oa hi* keel and :rl

taCk.:;, the! fierce,,5 blow*? Slcasoa. had .the riea.oai.,tavem awl> Mt%Vta*.full. ehiittad tale cfllea. ..... Sail beading, \..
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:;,across the-: foot of.: his' narrow, bed. .herd; tup nd'dled.; tbe title coma' tresss. was Just telling. you; about." :,t hp1 ,!fb'I.I..T r i 1..,,Y:hedaN: ".uebq. rlbt,.'l '" . '",...
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and,CavendlaB,'bending his long body" to him;;; He never... *a. licit oC'work: .: +"Heebe; always lived hereT-. :/* I .!, ,, ,, ,tlroo'a/earlrh; .lIIa"lnJr 411 "PlclallY! J.' .+ ,, ., ty
somewhatthrusthis\ bead In at the ifter. Bhat.. TJo. ; ke dame .Into the county: about urrmvluKlhi.nnrse'Jtun'ethc.ix.'' i'' 'w'.i''
opening. ''He found himself looking "I'm an'' orphan mam o f title BOW tea1 years Ago, and bought a place ." ."ttt

Into a pair of eyes that for the first \nd K's been lIlT dxeasa to take tUr called The Oaks" e ..II,"c: .ss" r'ry Drs'AIIOIpT/ 'J.: /, "
time in many a long day held the md the children aarf tae back to Kn&- ,Hats be-n family The Judge appeared to.' '

light of consciousness. !und and see the Icing about my title. to be having difficulty with t q fur' rsnllly dlulllK ruioin Is rgnfppod e,
Don't reckon he's got the motion his speech.
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manded In a soft drawl. ho rinvenrilslics leas petered .wier Not that anylmty know of. Some t F .

1 "Where am IT" The words were II r. Tancy comMcrci this likely. .ay boa a wiCc'reothers again ray mid wo ninko ji spoonilty "f .,' . .

a whisper on y ncY'a bearded Ups. The ;ilurlous abrleVtat of a ..Cesmpackele boa JLD old. barh:.ior; but be doa't Horvlng r"IIIL'H., .u: ,, '

"Well sir, you are In the Tenne- :\ -whistle brake fee apoai them soy nothlDg.! The colonel'n, got his .

,__ .see river fo' certain. Folly! you Jest -It'a another of tits bawgs want- friends, to'be) cure, but he dent mix: YOU ARE TAKING C"AXCES Our meals are always< tastily prepared and ;'4 '
step here." In all the river" *... ., VSIIdisk much with the real quality. 'One of Bks BMS aa BBBB aBaMaBBM* BBBBBMBBa.el service. Wh '
we give you quick u you want
. But Polly bad heard Cavendish and find tto the sAertg.r.'CI1APTEi his particular laUmates Is a .gentleman I if you go bli dly to tiJ &; "j
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speak and the murmur of Yancy's by the name of MmrreU. ;.
oho restaurant and! t cn
. voice In reply. Now' her' head appeared moo The judge nodded. '
beside her husband's. "r_ met him," he,said briery. ano her. It would pay DUVAL RESTAURANT. : '

"La you are some better ain't l Acting on a jsudden impulse,the to pick out :
The -Judg* Sees a Gheet. you ,
you, sir?" she cried smiling; down on Judge oiuttered something: about returning '
him. "It's been right smart of a Charley Norto.ee.* did later and hastily quitted -theoffice. I I he Naval 1 Hot-l and Kis-
not end wthen he bad rsrtsed Judge
spell too; yes sir you've laid like Price with: ;a ooune. for Betty required taurant.
you was dead, and not fo' a matter of In the hull the judge': steps dragged
of him Onat he Bbould rply t satgenUefDllC' .' Coffee Retailer Attention .t
hours either-but days." Mvlth legal riea aa and his bead was bowed. Ho wa (Open hay tin't( Nivht; .)
"How long?" ems busy with ills memories +Tben patoa OPIM-4ITK: I'li'rll'P9Iart <. .
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"Well nigh on to three weeks." well.Thus shook him.
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It happened bat Jags Price
They saw Yancy's eyes widen witha -Damn him-may God-for ever Prices of Green Coffee
before be !bad been tire daya la are
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look of dumb horror damn him! he cried' under his "

"And you don't know nothing about Mr.Raleigh Norton, reeeJved asking a him etvtl to scares asf. from the .breath."in a' deice whisper. ,. Disease AL ,o t Steadily rising, and there is no prospects \ J
my nevvy?-you alai seen or heard They nnttbed supper the dlabe* 1
tll him ma'am altered Yancy. title. to a certain timber judge tract add by were cleared away'' and the candles Fatal to Young Girl of lower figu res for the
one .Joseph Qoaid. The pswerrfully pre-
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Polly shook her head regretfully."Ted lighted when, the Judge produced a ."Xda'.altr! when \111-\.0 yrnn .
excited told Mahal be wee being ,
or thereabouts, ma'am. He mysterious leather-covered case. This e'd> vm ..lrlrkn with heart trrntbtdie '. sent. As a the priceof
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were a heap of comfort to me-" and understood be opened and Mahaffy: and Hannibal war yu bad w. Ind! tO, 114a*> tn-r i
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1 the whisper on Yancy's Ups was won- The Immediate fcna., been .of. '8eJ14 Nortom'acommunication toe ..w that It held a handsome' .. pair of bed n....ro .. v"d"r I.. the ground article will also be''
tender and wistful .lie Closed dueling pistols. one ells r r

derfully hi* eyes: and presently,.lulled by the judge He would up the.tr.et show !Us ae the cues coeot* that boom he*. I "Where did you get 'em, judgeTOh. Tier hrw p, ".!>* raised by the different loaders supplying 7 .
oft ripple that bore them company: ala't they beautiful cried Hannibal dorlor r'J 'f'' >"

fell into a restful sleep. could Entering be punctual the court and'ea rl--t-Hwoc e. be found I circling' about the table In his ihll.l. Ktif, :" 11Vey\> it. Perhaps the *e are many'i ;
The raft drifted on Into the day'steat excitement. to fall UUHCI AIM "
;; anti when at last'Yancy awoke, himself In BJjarr bat..1... wtvedthe "My dear lad. they were purchased II...* A /,.. n'J\ an ong you who are a iedy paying -
county ct.rr..me.. Hs'wsttt"\ at- :
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It was to find Henry: and Keppel seat : a few hours ago, judgeatotly .
known to this etmdat wJ gse : n rrdedvrrdedv I. c
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. ad beside him 'each solacing him with. name wa. Saul and lie raw greeted .. ., aa bo began to load them. cu. i <-. t d'! >. his,i penalty. I have. enured sev-:,.
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bringing' Yancy" breakfast.;, him. she bIn I.- w raj\ 'k( ts though at such '
appeared, > figures
.l little matter' bsl.na III1JIp Nortofl bad ridden down to Belleostensibly pro'h.. ..* .i ; as "I:
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me-ber..I./Lbe..t e J.hlpewwllb_ ptalB a gnat men ,
iaby: and to the be three accorded little the brotherswko'were chef- a swelling chest and w-a.. aeeeats. .a.pr Y lDe lu-tharw t. aor far N a rn" H4whbut rp.t.d to- ....!.>...._today -if.. ...leave .th' e. unc%} ang :d .' .as_

"I am In come baste to look ay a tttte toward embittering': Tom Ware's ex- '
hiked privilege of seeing f poor gentleman ", > tab rosyeh long I : as the lots, last.
hlnv for my clleat. Mr. Nottoa.- Lteaci"Do >> rk'd girt No on. urn 1In. thrurftdene '1
eat.- Cavendlih presented Mr. Saul acmnbled ap eel eC the yon think'B4Me Plain la ever 1 bars In Dr. Mllw" H.dla
MIl }t "the opening that cUd,duty a* '.dtptha' of M* chair and exerted atav going to look a* it did Char ley T asw ....*. ,." -A. It. CANON. Worth M.. 'THE PRICE IS 25c PER POUND

i r door. self In the jnde1s behalf. remember if when we were. chll- '7he unbounded confidence 'tfr. I

"'"; ; ."This" beVoommentedgenlaljr.Youallialn'f.look like beta' alive! .., eirangr. "This 1* what yen .'.... sar. Battertake dreXT",asked Betty. "f;'noa h."'''in Dr. Miles' Heart Rem- !I. r the pump/ poods satisfactory : rd rcli.l.l.- ii-tic;>

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' yetr said!Yancy.jtf 'I<( ;; Hat v Cther* who, know its value from five "eurs.'I .
, > forward a chair- 1. fca tlq.a. slid WjudjCeaeagnghlmssW. 4v7ar>talkd toward ,taem. IIV' r twenty

Y, ., .:"If*. CmTendl" ii* .C'Hlcbard't'* .KeppelX ki..a .....- tae dtael with.Betty a* recently aa experience.: Many heart disorder (Itink of 'l his il you wuut to save dollar on lli" tvlllee, 1"' ,
\ ". C eJI41aIl. ; f DObYina7 4" lab his spectacles with twat thongs the day.A before n* ooat.. ted himself ,yikjd to treatment, if the treatment "e
I.ic sell.
:- {$ .i'rF'lfylnagas'Yhh6:r- ; Mr dtreetloa. Hisgreeting with \\ b. you ;
; tIo. 1" "wl4! t'rTou've with a bed IB i. right If you are bothered' .. .
.s 1Iti'' 'Ca..DcI.cIlUce4 a'glances nod of ; eat on tbe.tsad,;, I attrT"gesUd 811&-. to:, Nortoa wa a-more amatttoa *bort breath, fainting spells, swell! ..
Cavendlah By
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*'oadertaklnc."t'naderataM CARBONEl L
M8auL of."feet anklet, pains about '
( her dimpled .chin the lady,seemed to ,. vwo>e a/aew overTken drag -w . J .
more extended confidence "in one oC the eaatenamy -1.- IiI t . 'J1ae..rt and ili; vljler ,blades plpitation. I I,
rge some '
..r ( 610 DUVAL STREET
Chill.and'evtaeated: Idellnatioa 11M a.r.r tarn /srranl weak and. h ogry apellvyen
*B kls part. nndentand "longIbisslagps' .' .
foot of.YaBcv- bed.?.. the Judiciary." ,': Ha was t--.g. : the yon shoaM b giiTaaiBg Dr. Miles' '
ktaoaelt at the .. Bald ,.ortoB. ; "''% --'-
.< ,.:/:;BtrangBrwkat 'ria.a.pta' .to. toll leave* of tie ledger aka ..... tlehs.. 8IIJP.r> la for 'Heart Remedy at once. Profit by < ] : i -L SE
., t tfcif aj pnttlag a crop iIKO '
fat
dealy,, the movesre.t 4 kk lard : i'lotd i l the Tier ire SHLLiEB I : U !
to oqii'ioe 'J
,.... you'll Uk: l-aabem f old:man. \ .. .T himself aest., ...... !to be" wllnng ,. ,be',.ppcri nq of othtra wbJW yoe 1'l
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,,1 p..n with the arre .'r" 'c '" "" BUB. ." \ d ttrlrua.: NI' LIHII ill kln'ln ol
nuke I
kelp m*
,( 1< '. >INta..er t elf SreO; ,. '.llY' ui .... -....;. lid. a nay.. lnl:+ybi'p bare asst, : llt.-iii tree, l. 2' '\" *\ ,
. . 4 "'CWM .. b b.rasked | fI' U|> 4.Eoi ..SIre. t ..
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; 'nFt IG1A1J CITY PAPER .. "FHE EWESDMZING JOURAI[ EbNDAYS MAY1'Sy' r'l91: . II''J. ... P''AGE'SIX'

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(''t : ,Of/llute..twn.' i-to>OTJC"J.,-Af) > > J ki ,, the subscribers'n'oi\ .ineoryoratorsand, :: :";''SFR SCHEtULC, NO':4'5iXsON: ," 119i1' !j'' '" f.
THE i DORTERALLEN CO.. / ? ly; "forJctterg I: amount. "of stock aubscriMd' by. ,
MalraU: 1- .': '
'oath aro a* folloW8. gAvANA. IAs34U.'POi t.CdiIPA1.Z11A'i. 'f "
. : Notice Is beteby'givenhat 'the un ><'. J. H, Taylor, Key West.. Fled ( '-ANDMCICY-!:. $1'" '
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.: t INSURANCE ._ \ :1NSU ANCi' dersl&ned will .appiyrvto the Honorable / da five .7V "" : .
;Albert WV-pilchrlst, Oorernor of E. M.,':Semple,. ,IC j?W.strlorid2: : : Ind. OccldeataSleamshlp( : 'company1' AIfrnorv

,rr OFFICE OVER, THE FIRST: the ;estate of florid&,-at TaliabagsceFlortda .one share. ' ,' _'.<... ; _-----"
on lher 12th of H l oV:;
: ;day JunepA; H.; THy ; Key_ Wes1 F6I1da/ '
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D.'>l>18.' torlwera.'jatentlncorporattngTaylor ; .... tour.aharee.---f-- ;-. -WIIi for Reywee ; ;
ATLONALBANiTELEPHONE = ; SIII 1 t. Men' Roise !, ,' tlltrl' \ ttluat'
.,_ $ ,.- -,.- ;&;Company, Inc. Under State trt Florida,: . :' .. Indies, tI'tNIut.' nihjniiu
.' ) NO... 1 \ the-,following rope 4 charter the County .of'Mon roe: I '''T'Bcy'J\'etotaod, P0. T.m.'aI"t&. "
t original of which is noWion file jn the Before me. the undersigned lady, i'' ; A"yTT n-1- ."".*' >'' rtreot< .pa.'.ctaLe.,....bo.aubtPri' and' '
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t : In St1tCtli t iursuCu, alCtiii v' h.dt'b"t1e'ODt, office of the Secretary of State: of the tborlty.. per o alJ".af.pear.II''. J:I. ,M.Serapte :, .+IIya4n1JPl! ..BM-.-0l without! tiotlpf. .9TOUTTAMPAREY J>hsngo ,
rJ" ibocdl l fu k! -State of. FlorMar: ; end H, H..Tnyl tune ; ii1 .
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1\\ wboaeroclld nd-.Stren2'tli.-.gutranteo... ,) WEST-HAVANALi. . _, "
.". ,W. .L H.'TAYLOR (Seal) known to' be two'of the persons described '. : .'1 .; '
b/jtv: 'tiJiment of f all its obligaiicns... i iW E;'SEM'PLE., (BeaU ' iu'and who signed the ,.fore-. ... =

H. H..TAYT..08.Be.l; ) going"articles pf .Incorporation;: said. J"" ," It ;. 1\I' v.Por4Tamps: ( . 'l' ,.. ..t ...
;) t'j Our success is the reward ,of Proposed" ,.Clinrt'" of Taylor A. 'Com .arter.benf: (, by me duly-'sworn; each : -, Ar Hey: We.t'' SIlD\ Thu" : 1t'::n0 'I' ..
$ ; I. Pon.r- rr 14170 FrI "e
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panyinc.Thetunderstgued fort I himself .\irknowledgred', Iw ; ps ., L1oK-eJ\We: '. Sf I'll
$*:' f merit 'and the result of early twen-... and such. other subscribed his .name' thereto tor Uw "':"':"" '. .tr.Jlayaoi' Tuei'4I Atom' Fri' "900,," '"
persons as mayhereafter become associated uses and purposes\ therein ezpreseadU' r'1! s .7, .."" Ag, . i Sat'. .1.880; All. It

c : honorable dealing' with with bent as stockholders, .' ,.n ,' Ifiili.; .' WATa.OVq.- ? Jj.. .( 'n. .. \ .. _-_,- '"
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) !t.-ty years do hereby associate. : themselves 'to Notary Public State of "'lortda.4"1:1 '" .na, ;,. f < j.. :, '
., gether for!,the'purpose of becoming My commission expires Mar.. t; 1.lt:1. 1 iell. ,' L".n..aoa '''''.. Tue Sdt 14'' COM/;
' our" patrons. '. I 1(:,, { I incorporated under,,th.' laws of the ,State of'.Arkansas, '.. '(,, ." 1 '. ,,1. . .firth. Are1Cey: West .... Tile,, Sat 800 m;
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"! State of.Florida( ,' In accordance with County .Garland.. ,-et ,-...,, -.j; .jI" Tue' Sat ... / .a no PM
JCESELSEWHERE ::1 this prbpoaed \charter/ and ,(hereby i Before me the uaderalpeclautho..-,, ''r I rye law/ i tt, r! r.' Y'atnpt. Wed'- un.l1l'.P'' .
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;: wHY TAKE adopt these. .Articles pf incorporation. :. ity personally appeared W. J. H. Tayrlor '" .
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] Article t ;; tome known'tocbe: one .( tbepersons KEY'sr 1 Lv. ; ,, ., ,
Key Wed:
The ot'thls corporation; I who Mlly' Except 9 3O'All
name hall described>.ln and signed '. '. .
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be anJ ". { HltV. "i/f Ar.UY8IIa II.IIy FJI: 640 I'M
"Taylor Inc.. the'
: 'iV' Company; and foregoingarticles! of incorporation I
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v.' '" Its principal place of business shall and \Vesld6ntv of Key West. ,980 All
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.( ..,. . bein_.ihe-.:Hr.of .Key-.Weet- countyof : 1 Florida.' who/ ,'tterbetng by'm.drly ; .1.t I Ar. ,Key W IUally; lrxeept ,) '.t 3nrr. . _
'Monroe,' state .of Florida,. but It I sworn.acknowledged before me that f. .
-- OR]>jii uxttalritua ova"A.xr.aa r? may establish branches |,In other subscribed, his name thereto for I ,W.... ._....ula.fbsaneeting eerie t Ir morn tblLR '3(1 :
mluOtell l .
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places In,.the United States; or foreign the'uses and; purposes thereto men willww ....rKeyWRtuu111a.COI'.warririllslatauae" ; .. chip .
countries, whenever and wher: tioned. "' "' .. .... " ? <11' b "*.'It''' l...Mtd .on 9Uib Meri >iau'I"tJd.rd! .
ever;deemed necessary expedient; (BeaJ'OIIN\ H. AVERY. lor-a.a.ae bs M..ragraad time. '. "
Artlcl a.) ,, Notary Public. I (:uba.W.sa1..AMsa.d laahaa.ai freight I'IIhlII to all points la She U.I teet Stales, _
: The general nature of the businessor ; My commission expires. Nor. 4..1M4.' oberriully. furnished upon AIIPlh..Unn
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E businesses to be transacted by said ti-7-4wSt "' -t."JIjU8.M. ; nnagcr' ; P.J.&nhdeiirG 'p
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corporaUoa-ehHi lu buy.; Bell ancT A.Floiiaa !
convey, purchase, acquire, hold, charter Jil.cYx \tNV1iLF.FLQAILA.. '
j lease mortgage; hypotbeCate, repair ,. t o a- .
gVl-rIsIC Y '
reniodel-,- rebuild and otherwiseown .. .. ..
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too- manage and dispose. of wharves "
WOULD NEED A
Uniformity of1 and wharf property warehouses, CART'. .'
, docks, tanks and storage facilities of '
EasT Coast
r'. every kind; steamships, Balling-) vessels Railway
excel '
.I. whiskey | .other'floating property and "
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other real and personal property Including \
.' 1\ admitted chattels and cliones In action: I Oerreoled to April' 7 J 191 12

,; is.always to dispatch Joad. unload disburse .
1..t.tl ,' NO :7l); OVERSEA' '
LIMITED: Daily. '
and act as.agent for all kinds of veereels '
.;t.: ? without t but not, to use the said means L I ,JTe 5.-00 P. m. Arrives Miami 11:20 p. m. I
of transportation for the ot:
purpose Went Yes
.. doing the business. of a common carrier i 'Bexea) $.OO.* n., Ft. Pierce .410 a. m. New

.. question by everyman and to receive profits and tolls L.r Slnyrps2.2O& )Q. Dayt4. m f.0J( .1. II}' St. Augustine 11:30

, .It., who knows therefrom warehouse; 'receipts to Issue; to storage do a general,and r a. tr. JYC'teOITilb 12:45'1tm.' Chi rie Jlbrough sleepino( ; cars .A

I sponge business In all of Its branches. Key Wed.JVw York VM<< 11.,.. A. C. L. & S A L without
(I':! to conduct and carry on a.genera!
the history of etlanJe.linitaf *>..* service. We-t
If brokerage, shipping and commission J..o\all'leeper Key to .\ii.uui.; .
business in and about any and all ol

'.'.". '. '/.: 1 Did I, W Harper WMsy the matters a custom-house and things heroin brokerage Including - La..+ F. Ifital' Time Card, See "fie Ticket Office .


Himlnesfl; to handle'caro fait, receive .
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Uorc-'s i land hat you cm dd'l and dispose of consignments of vessel u -- --- '- -I -- ".- .
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",1 .c spend oil. .ilway.s; the kind' ({ of wliiN.I. : and any other \personal property,' :
10 conduct a wholesale and retail '
key lli'it. iiv'(' ,,1..<, tplm-t.! It i.'g1'41 istlie : coal. water lumber naval stores and nisrand' SteamshpLneBTWEEK

:U'IO1I'l; ..Ql. buy sell\ own, mortgage lease and _._ .
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Florida _*r__f'lsewhere.to.&dyanee'; days' tbey used to write letter.. 'on PI.: tlNf
,, _POH_ SALE B"RIFAEL, -.soj\ ) nniT. loan money upon !securities of bricks. .

; L .land personal property commercial, The Letter. Carrier-Gee! I'm C..la. ,
'pt' == paper, steamships, Vessels: aeI8, wasn't a letter carrier In tbose*day..
cargoes, materials from and '
upon other' floating property'to act . .)ilAlitNG CONNR'bTJONj'W '

on __. . .. __. . ___ _ . _ as ..broker factor or agent in the purchase HIS GOOD ..REASONUronaon
sale management and disposition \
of real estate In the State of Tllt'Vatllas; Ste BBbtp Company to $nd from! New Y 01 k. Mobile (YalteaeS -

.: The Key West :Furniture r Co. hold Florida real'and and elsewhere personal:' to estates take and'''littrust. wttt7aaaesfess83sareebp'Compaei' l'biladdpbia. t7bariexton. Jacksonville ,

:"I,' ... to.borrow money and. secure eRl! rt asel7 rps ,' VP.'e
; the same and tar secure moneys et er- t ft .91 ' ,,.
f luoralip em pxti. QcvaQa'jier'S'Deet and Nae.ad. '"
\ : } wise Bowing I!?y.mortgages' ,! deeds. i. f i
;raere .Meaaa.lAirr.'Tti a.' /'tltrib' dnlahAA'irtet Cniraf t' < I + '
]tfond ,or other-obligations: : therefor! ,
Aka'thekl+ vv .t.q"l I tatLl 14\'ejtsta-by. UalldHlg;' n t1is ; w { ;tunnel ettin ,.t1611; 'vIe w
.,e J1i $ifotfiffHfnai
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**v "J r 5 WH&s
v .y+ 1. Do!Vou jioccj tvJ3ii I in lx>o porcb scfco re torie rstrue .of a*iyktw>r whatsoever 1r
I- K 'V-" ;''*"1'1 '"w'' .'''A'W "'*Sf' *'*'11'1' ? to .havo .such''1nlproveme.udonstrutted

2, ;)b '1 r 1'DZosgiuto blrlr, b"twntrsctYor'to, : male,
and erect.them, otherwise! and to purchase "- '.' -

1' ', ',. Do you need.liJl extra poiGh'ohairor' twop' or manufacture all ? material 'LOW'1' -.SONS: " '.
*,'"1 ,* ,' > ' *" \f therefor, andmarket': the surplus; tto JOBM: !:. .
> Issue bonds"Cr other obligations of .
4.' Did you-kifow( that we -.ai'.j headquarters for every the corporation in payment of'property Corde oreen & Elizabeth Miees.

purchaser or acqufred by it, or c'O'II.jmtt !t.b.Dt; Marine .
Balv]\ ;?. Shinties and Lumber
in tho furniture line ?
thing for any other lawful object .In or =SHIP CHANDLERY and PROVISIONbPEACON'S
about its business; to act as attor-
ney in fact, n:{ont, broker! or factorfor

It matters not what it is, any person firm or corporationIn J -.---.-,-. -- --- .--- -. -
Ifl-t any part of ihe world and generally Y '

r to 'do .anyor all acts and things : SPECIALTIES
we have it, and at prices which may be neneflclal profitable -Old De Swell keems mar ,
r ? to the corporation or which may be proud of his horse thus of his family. ,
<< necessary .and expedient to accomplish Wood on-No wonder The horse
that defy competition. the -objects and of the
purposes
bus .a .pedlgtee.! "
try'' (corporation and to_.dd .any,.and all ; Fleiacllml41sYeaMb
things usual or incident to corporations : Pim Olive Cheese

the state organlt of Florida under'; 'the'r; ', laws, . 'of. 'MEANOF HER 11OHN9noA) :j tf arcn-k es / Pimento Cheese :


Key West Furniture Company The amount Article of')the 8, capital stock .Dr.. Joblltfos'a Lhseatbr Philedolphia] Cream cheese <

'of the corporation shall be ten.lholl-
sand dollars, divided Into one hundred Cu).() e-nt Sarointla. in blusulyd> .-'

Ir shares of he par value of. one
.hundred dolUrs each. Twenty,per Kip r"J ?-JI. Crisco /

?a 700 Duval St. cent of the usld' capital stock may lirnrl Ilrmirofh
be paid form_ property. labor.or services. I I Fine as can be Fisb: Flakes:

. _. . . and the remaining, stock,-snail Penn MbrZylep .' _
i.r--r --' -- Nut.l\reo.ts. i
-- ---;" . be paid for In United State currency.. ,
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Gallafs Tonsorial Parlor Notice. . T '..Article"..' '' ., *$&: >, .
The term for .which, th.'eo' pora-" .t

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} Convenient To All ilny'kfMn 11)12!) I w'lll'' apply to years. e., I ;NO :,47' PEACQN William!
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i I ttheCeuulSJndr.uf.lluu I ruu Comity, fir'r; f
1wHOT AND COLD WH iIIATH\ .. 1"lorlt'rI' Inc nuthorlty to noil nl jirlvme The business of tbe. corporation |r > .

latest Tocsoria'i! API, lini "'''. miH wile tliii, lolerextot' ">.v wur.la l Vhu'lInt1I shall bo,, conducted bye president j T' ,I - .
She most rti ctC'rn"a"ill rr niFiliod )'lc. l I-'iOili-ili-k' \ n..\ le, f.'i''II; HI.(1| \ice-prf>Bhlent. 'secretary treasurer "I ,
Hcnti.ii r<>> lo In uiitl (o .Um fviluwinyiloKC : and a board of directorship consist .
THE PLACE YOU'HE I.OI.KIXO FOR i* '''.-',rL'1 cxtitio.:. vlx! of not loss than fare's nor more.than JLAR INS Or'-W.O. '.-'
I I III Hit-I Nuto: of i-'lorliln.! ('"iinly' ol five members, the,,number.to be i\xed\ 1 ; r KenipJ. .
Next. Hotel Jeifn. :! Monroe -jinil (''0)' of lvnVoiV. : HIMt by tho by-lawq of? the .
1 I know.? onV hlvi'liyi.d'fi' inn|> of'Milil atilt such officers; agetlli'kndfaerv 1 I' VETERINARIAN '
.. (illy, nn' t"tl., .tlr tot four IIi cqultre' ants rs ninv from time to'tlme be ., ..c. - .-..--- _, .-!.. ..
'f '1 1"111). '. Coiiiiuci' "'iiii'; av a 1 polut <>u deemed advisable by,the'board of dl- .-' -w._, -' r : .. ---- -j Georgia A Ollni! Sis. Phone SIB '
ARCHITECT .Tu".. Klreel ouo bnutired Tent nod six: reAtorsTbev of, ,'*epfetary and E"elyu-ld1, suitor Is" one of those ". 'IF fS ON1KE'COUEB'6F I

lii huii D'niii, lo| corner or 'Jiinics and treasurer. may foe held' by one.person.The \ lite:cry chaps. 'You shbuld see the beautiful EOStNESS, . Forrnerlj with U. $. Q. M .

{ t ,. 'y Plans Prepared lor Any/ Oinr I In':'I Mtrtcari't-iurout N-irthmttinrly and direction runnluc'theoce Hfty feet,, In; duties of the, funct'dn'and'responsibilitfes officers: _ball' be fixed- ,, lette<'II.' be write .In which. be. SIMEHTON& Dept.> Mamanillo.. !\ Cuba alter,

Building 'Iron Cot luge to' Sklfit ihuucn nt right Hiiglcn) Ir a Southeasterly by the by-laws, not inconsistent, with tells' ,how much be'loves me. .. Sixinish.ftinerictia war tut (ictineTeterinarian
: eeraper Drowingii mid Blue I direction ono hundred mill nrty.foct law. .. .' < -
,r, prints made ol' Hiiythiu'e l .you I tbeuuo At right angle lu..iv Hou'thwBoteriy The annual meeting to.tho election \ I writer. ..;.'. ,. ,If,:. !"' '? EAteR SMETS.TflfffrHE Cavalry. -(. _._

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at rlglit autrln. .In n ;Northwesterly dl stall bo held ,0ft the third Monday in ] ,1dgWatl.ld! : ,
1M.! BRYAN .,recijuii. fifty fee t. Ihyieeaijjgbjt Ajo.- June.ot-eaoh yeer-'J'ho date t-t herAnlmpgetng: M.'ke1fr---l: u. ,
'- erlnl, N cmlfl: !. ; r reeuon-rtllt%:, annual meeting may ,.b ..:(banged monument marking tareyoliitlonftry. I.
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"'b i he *sys." .Morton was extremely tees?, and fiaYl '. wigs ....J and on the heels of' the tavernkeepercame As Ware rode away from E3elle c..

disappointed when the planter i poise she abler.. -. ...... Ms a "What am I to do-' without 'our'- :Mr. Bowen.. Judge Price received .J Plain be cursed Murrell jinder 'hla, ..'"

... _manifested avdliposlUon to play tike the 7orekraq, then tiY.rlg4ra s' tee700ID I Ma voice wad almost a ''whisper.rWhallsHl them with condescension but breath. His own Inclination toward' ' ,v;
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f boat and->etuni & 7ou have done? back of the condescension ;was.a> aiI'I evil was never robust; he could have feat,

..where his presence wu suchA Bettys heart was beaung'. ,ith duIT -.reserve that did notlnvlteMiue8-J...JOJUIttelLo'nr..a longj>erlodotyeara r
tlons. The Judge discussed the ezten-1: to of herpropei j but! '
hardship that Norton shortly: took GMAT7Fli. ,.-c. sickening throbs. ? despoil Betty /
his leave. .- .. '. -U yon. had. only ,cornel" abeaeoaned. .Ion of tbe 'national'roads with Mr. murder and abduction was quite another ' ; j
upu ., Now.I. going.to be Pegloe; and tbe r }lglon;of the Per ,thing. ,
Issuing from the lane be turned W& Atth.4, t glass,'; OJ am mar -
ried tomorrow. l I am to. meet him ftfth .I -WorshlperswlthMr//. Bowen; ,a Tars miles.irom Belle Plain be entered ,
face '.In the. of homo.. He Tom .45 .
direction found Belli"You + .a .....' "
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he permuted never a pause they I : -n-
0/ Spring' church at ten a bridle path that Icd ,toward '
was within two miles Thicket Point wets :seat's.-se.' ktlsatwt, Bank .. .
F. retired as the sheriff bad done-with
when, passing a'tirra In the road, be Defy .. e"cIock.stow'ean'j. the river A growth of small timber b
werenU you. .. .. ,.. 1gM '
.. 'Upt".be. out sight of the letter.
found himself. f.confronted by theremen. him?" give you said. rhli was' standing along the water's edge a '
One of them seized bis' horse : Ma ...Ice'hoarse;with emotion. He The Judge's omce became a perteat but as he drew nearer those betterments ,
1he doctor sag'u N t.tbl sex be the' '
:Mecca for Idle and the curious
her h'om'111m almost and which the resident of that
b/ the bit. Norton bad not aridingwhip about pat roughly,
every again.
while with
', . leaning against the .trunk: of a treebul.d' and be .overflowed lonely spot had,ileen fit to make for 'r,
Betty.Vl jglw" -1'1' p 'his face In' his bands., Betty blgb.red courtesy he had never his own convenience.came under hla '
.. Now, what'do yon "lIb.to say" tome "
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never so
i ?" be asked. wsrtebed him for a' moment In seemed so unapproachable- scrutiny; these consisted of a log. .
. said tacttullyaab.. w4si'f4 remote from matters of local and con '
f cabin and'several lesser beds:
wretched suence.'ICs
"We want your word that ,yov'HkeeD . affectionately. ...... gk... "Q temporary Interest ; he
muttered. Landing, advanced
away from Belle Plain. aood-br--: towardtrue
,quickly. .... "Why don't you show lem the letter cabin. Aa he so he saw two '
-Well won't get IU"! responded went to him and. as he bent dm wont
Morton.you' "Wily.. tyd: nalr .rostra- g sues. ..... hi. slipped her arms about his -rF "C ?" demanded Mr. Mahaffy;, when en at work heckling flax under an '
there 7" they were alone "Cant you see they the
.ea"Zia. open abed. They were wife and
In the instant of the men
same one '
"It might spc't/lw.i !}irL: I breathed.Ito are suffering for a sight of Itf '
raised his fiat and struck the young" : !' te-J' aha daughter of George Hicks, his overseer's
. planterln"tBe bRk'of'tbe'neek. *.. p-edrQa.: 1LheseG',tist.a'?.audbr .1 kissed her hair.,her eot cheek : '.":All,jn 'good time .Solomon,". He,'i. .brother.. "
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"You, cur!" cried Norton,' a* be enough talktlbpit ,sts a.i 'ca.rW I 1 them their ups met. I, became thoughtful. "Solomon t ifs' "Morning. Mrs Hicks" he said, adsi
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that will lead to the discovery {,.
'' : the eadaeaag iaaat amt, ,information hulking ruffian of a woman. '"Any J
"Damn' blm-I.tbtm. It! hot
' risk a towak ifcr Another September sun. was *l''' of my anonymous correspondent . with "
.1 car has ells' st I i I '"Charley-Charity! She Moaned I body the captain? ,
s: .. authority. '" heating upon the earth as' Getty'gal.- ," he at length observed with 'a "Colonel Fentresa Is.". i t

It was mid-afternoon of the day following "Woa medoltalegislgrssiitZla.a? I toped., down the lane and swung herbone's I knew you could' come to. me-dear-" I finely casual! air, as If the Idea had "Humph" muttered Ware. He "9e

.. before Betty. heard of the attack I :4onlt (know ttfcat a ..... f tleeeeaga.valid.htettTia 'I' head .In the direction of KaWgh. he added In a whisper. 'Y" Just occurred to him, and had not moved to the'dcor""of the cabin and r ,

on Norton. She .ordered her : -waf t I She :would keep her promise. She felt a shudder pass through been seething In his brain all day. entered the room where Murrell and
hedled-aad-ar' ; i' boon cut, on. .. I to Charier and be should never knowwksChIbapplaea1iad'ooat him. He did not speak again. I "There Price-" began Ma- .
... 11 - .. ... -- -.: ....... ..., I11a I I you go Fen tress were seated facing each ,
the river road with a groom in her : ;her i ,
; r -ether norom the brasktnst tnble.
wake. Betty Yer"dre rein until 'Docket aroWCreatty llL.taal ..aeaa.1. Norton Joined her before the hadcovered CHAPTER XVI "$olbmcn. this Is no time for mo to "Well, whet the devil do you want ::;:
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she reached Thicket Point. .As, the m third of the distance that hang back. I cball offer a reward of l,.,
brssy tin jAaarckMef i tL>,agagdaa, He separated the.two plantations.. \ ..''V,
galloped Into the yard Bruce Carry. XIg' The Judge Offers a Reward. five thousand dollars for this informa-
r found iJilm r'esdl 'Iv .... .. ....
"Wo are to go to the Mr. Morton's "
church I
ton came front the house. The news of Charley murder ., tlon. The judge's tone was resolute.
"How Is Mr. Norton?" she naked dow. Bowen will be there; arranged with spread quickly over the county. '"Yes1, sir, I eh-ill matte the flro.re cotnfnensurrte of me, anyhow?" demanded the )

extending: her hand. "Lookrhere.Bau.e"dlnefett' "ws him last nlgbt; daughter over For two or three days bands or armed : "with the poignant grief 1 planter. .

"The doctor says he'll be up* and settled; .lIlae'. ;jCan't'you'wt e.'-r: tae I with. his wife and who will men Bcourcd tho woods and ronds feel. liB \vns ray friend/ and client" "How's your nUtcr, Tom,?" Inquired ,

about Inside of a week. If you'll wait ttas ys be our witnesses, dear."' Hn-J then this activity quite unproductive .' The next morning it was discovered Murrell.

I'll tell him you are here." Cartlnfton heM eats rata 1 grout of any tangible: results cenetd, that Hrrje time during the night the "I reckon she's the way you'd ex"l.

Carrington passed on Into the "You ue'. not tpcsoscrisks . Calle taT .Afterward Betty could rememberstanding matters were allowed" to rest with tho judge had: lacked'his anonymous communication pect her to bo." Ware dropped his, ", n'1;

house. He entered the room where now, you ....*. m sad.. A. before ,the church In tho pnptltuted authorities, namely Mr. I or! the court house door; voice to a whisper. ,'"

Norton lay. for he, said cba1tiagy fierce morning light; she heard Mr. Volts, tho FherlfT, and his deputies.No ", just below it wns another sheet of pa- "John you'll ruin yourself: with :-I'f

"Miss Malroy la here" be said. "No", tl'm to.'keep a.Da IIetIe Bowen' voice, she heard Cbnrle,'. private citizen: had shown ,]'per covered will bold script: your damned crazy Infatuation!" It .

"Hetty?-bless her dear heart!" Plain: said Norton i iiejstu;. "VBt, IM- role, she heard another .oleber rare'ter cent thna! Judge Slocum Price. ."To Wheel It May Concern: was Fentrera who spoke., ",;:;

cried Charley weakly. "Just toss my slats on that. .Erfyoatnt Asto he own, though she scarcely recognized One! rnoinliu' he found under his door "3\'dfie,:; Slocum Price tiRmimes that "No I von't colonel but I'm not \ :y

clothes Into the closet and draw .tip kept a 1'et.'IIIIUJ ww SB* artuaUy It. lolded pnpor: / | the above Nee\ Intended lor him since goIng to discuss! that All 1 want Is I.'

a chair. . There-thank; you married; ttii;,tocc.1eIa--"" i -ru tie the horses Betty,", said You tallt too rnich Slii'.t up, orYou'll he found. It under his! office door on for Tom to go to Memphis and stay :iI* "
Uruce-let her come along in now." "It's to be
And as Carrlngton quitted the room naked still_hjdUng'jr."Very "\ : He had reached the edge of the A ice uoa.cnts later he burst *non I "Jucs Price begs leave to tate It comes back Helle Plain and Its niggers J .

Nortondrew himself' up on the pIl- ';There a.bdet cab when from the client depths of I Mr. Saul .. da his unqualified conviction that the will be ati good as his. I am goIng ;
lows and faced the door. "This la I I "was soma i eSsrtag- tile denser woods came the sharp repert writer is n coward lard a cur, and to take the girl away from there ,
ton, with (aGe..nn.4..1IIIoIIIIar ft.aI I "Glance at that my friend! bo .*
worth several beatings. Deity!" he offers U reward or five thousand dollars tonight. How soon can you get awayfrom
the window."I elf a rifle. The shock of the bullet cried as be tossed the paper on tb8Ierk' .
exclaimed as she appeared.He I fir i.-'y information that will lest here Tom?" ho.asked abruptly. .
I II MIlt the fellow desk. "What do you make of
hand she am geiRgusecUqrlyou as asr is young staggering ." cca't too !" cried '
bent to kiss the gave to his !U'entl"v.'utlou: Mly God I go soon
. need .me;;" ,lie '... = .,- anti back among the mosey and It. sir? I
him, but groaned with the exertion tbe planter, staggering to his feet. Hsgave
"Miss .. sfc covered "Well, I'd keep etlll.
Malxey Mart tllea
car graven.Ilbr morUC-j'
luen he looked\ up Into her face and Ware nested alone Fentress a hopeless beaten look, .,
Tom over
Item The judge laughed derisively as,be was :
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gotngulrahIatessisoslsatez a moment no one & first and last
saw her eyes swimming with telLrI."WbattearIT""and "You're' my witness that .
bowed himself out. his breakfapt. He had left his bed
belong. sssd happened, only there Norton "
was
he was dutch I've no part In this! ,;
He'established In his of the morning light crept across
himself as pale .
moved ." r .'" . '... .. wew .sewed to grope strangely among; Tbe colonel shrugged his shoulders.. ; ,
era He bad scarcely done so when the grant fields\ that wore alike his
"It's a perfect' outrage!" Betty Betty atestanding ..r7gs Be site's Os gave'. He bad fallen now. Even : Murrell reached out a band and rest-f
ronppr Mr. Belts knocked at the door. The pride and \11.} despair-what was the -+>.-
Irresolutely. "Charley '* mm the shadows deepened be was aware ed It Ware's -- ".*< .
paused bshlaias'iA.fr..g i0at1. on arm.
sheriff came direct from Mr. Saul andarrt..eel use of trying to sleep when sleep was
"Yes, dear?" Steve bamcriAT1"osi' dfasg Betty: waa coming swiftly toward "Keep wits. Tom, and within4 .J}
o eM out of breath but the lett" an ImpOBtlblllty,! he was about to your ,-

"Can't you be happy without' met""No" foot and rhea _tUie.rdoor. -. .. I I11-Tss shothe. 1814.killg'wltttTShartsy wa aot mentioned by the judge. He quit the table when big Steve: entered a week people will' have forgotten all ,,"{

i .' spoke of the crops, the chance of the room to say there was a: about Norton'and your sister. I am
"But you dont try to be!" The long RftoA ,---4-- cosset ddb.. _>' rain, and the Intricacies of county white fellow at the door. going to give 'them.something else to

"No use In my making any area curtains foolish I'd'be to failure" wandered < ... .YppI-.c..per arms about him and
effort doatsatntbMaara.t-
doomed
/ wondering why It won he had Ware. I
,ptbsafa'els to her breast. To be Continued
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was Its'sae.gnse not felt at liberty to broach the subject The white fellow delivered a penciled ,
"Qood-by. Charley-I really. post Betty tuned. I '_l- '-,1 li -... He MAP. 09. Into" Her faeeTTs which 'was uppermost In his note from, Murrell. When be

e o-J' .. stood :'be'ide.. Base. -'---..,-& sot over- be said, but as I mint was gone, the planter ordered his

. He looked up yearningly into,Der I Without a 'WOld .... -.-. ... ... ;.mad'. .d 1s.ndar. AS 'i*' tear- "lint a' His place was taken by Mr. Pegloe horse. ,

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