Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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Title: The Key West morning journal
Uniform Title: Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: July 9, 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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Volume ID: VID00101
Source Institution: University of Florida
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NO.. 171. 'KEY WEST. FLORIDA TUESDAY.. .JULY 9. 1912 ; !. :
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,: ll NENE ;,8lUQtfPHt If IfThe COhUlIOflSr o S 1 ,.;"' :IP, It. IIi.C deflnltet7"ttled: UF ITN"IIpOWNpT.IIRER6ftISthat ; ,I plague at Hong. : Kong: It 1* found I:. MlnIDNrJUHUN1.CAIAICr.A :. -: -


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' urea are to bo'taken .againstTeasels In the Internal organ It I I. apparently ;FINK BILL AT THE MONKOK Cost '
\ arriving from that >port. It will, bo present In the blood only In I : Democrats And Republicans '
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|How.wqAre'Pr; 1 given thaiitt; ."partner- 'interesting to most people here to the 'acute hemorrhagic types of the The Monroe theater has One of the .

pared,For Canal Business hip 'her.tofoied.tlD.. -between Jl, knee Just exactly what the plague U! disease, and shortly .before death., beat bill this week: that any theater Millions Each '

'J W. Magin, Anthony Pleasant and and.some of It* characteristics. Mont I An anti-plague serum dejected .Into 1 bat had In a long time. The rau- to Nominate Candidates ,
C: H. Sllgcher. under th.' rm'.am'of l' Of us have never given much thought ayoung,\ Chinaman at .the Catholic devllle I.1 put on by the smallest, lady
to this dreadjllsease until now that mission at Canton in, ;June I on the 'vauderllle stage today; 'she -
:A cUcE E JOB KEYWEST; Key West 'Construction Company' If to within ninety miles Of uv. The who was attacked with' a severe 1U8.type U but SS !inches high weight 34 t
; ,! has this day been dissolved by mu fallowing Informations from a strictly of the disease, was effective. It 1st 1 I pounds, and '1. 27 years old. She Is TEDDY IS DETERIHNED
11 T tual consent., tThe'.buslne' .s .-will'oe' authorliotlvo source and may be believed the plague Is transmitted small but she can sing" and walk a BUT ; :; '
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MtvD Goes From Here to continued by C. H.,8Ugcner, Ke..ri! :
we ."Bubonic Plagtfe, a 'dl8OIIe'.u cases. What part. If the I off the city want to see a good nAnd
St/Augustine to!:Learn Magln :and",,Pleasant retire from the posed to be identical with the p'.ague soil plays in propogatlng the any.disease show then the Monroe will fill the Says Pepple Are With Ulaa :
bu.ln...... Wh f..... a..1J .. known-. aa. the Black'' Death. wblcb has not btfen.settled., The natives of bill this. ;week. The pictures are fine, ,. 'It
1 ''P1liio f.F,*B: C'. .... .. "Ii": w....::.": n..I\!;, .... '. had Its origin.in China and made 1'tsJlrst Eastern countries are strongly impressed too. /'No'better\ pictures come to Key Want :The New "Pro- !, : "

""I' L appearance In Europe 648 A, D.. with the belief that the germ 'WJest/ than those thatare beingshown' gressive" Party '; ..... '
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I -AnthonylPOeasant." :. at Constantinople.It -It derives -Us is contained .In.the.ground. JCxactly a't the Monroe'now.MR. ..f''" .
O, Orosrenor" Dawe:: Special 1 Commercial C. H, -Bligch.r. modern name from the fact that It attacks what Inlluen'c" the climate and tem- '
Agent of the Department of July 8. 1912. 'l : the lymphatic glands .in the perature nave in the, propogatlon pf J. 1N., LOWE DEAD. New York. ;July 8.-- owii at-th "

Commerce aid Labor arrived; from .. neck armpits, -groins, and other the plague is not known. It Is apparent Chicago and Baltimore convention:. ' I :
G1 Tampa on the Olivetti yesterday aft parts of the body. The swollen parts however that hot, dry air A telegram; was received by Mr. are matters 6f history < .',.
ernoon. He has visited every Gulf are extremely sensitive to tho touc! Is fatal to the disease and that Otis Johnson last night announcing the member : '
/ T>ATrrnrn Qalreston to Key West BflPIISIS-fifllSING the patient suffers from headacbo moist, warm, air is favorable to It. the death of Mrs .Johnson's fatbor of both parties tho country'ovec; are & .
*/1 In the past thirty daya under tho vertigo. high fever, vomiting and If v n may h vary i tlv In n M J. F. N. Lowe, In Tampa. Mr. Lowe busy .speculating. to whether I the >h'
direction of the Bureau1 ot Manufactures great prostration. Another feature weather. This was shown by the was well Known in Key "Went, imv- country in tu sea" a campaign which soon to be the bureau of Foreign Is the appearance of purple spot anda outbreak which occurred, on the Volga 'tng lived here for quite a number of financially at' least will make all ,
)c and Domestic Commerce' order LOANJFIfllLIJOND mottling of the skin. In severe river In Russia, In the severe years. He has been seriously 111 In ."
to report on all Conditions and cases, doath generally ensues in 48 winter ot 1878. Like typhus, the Tampa for several weeks, and while I those which 'have gone' before look
on the preparations that-are being' hours and, at best recovery is slow plague Is unknown In the tropics the end was not unexpected still It like the proverbial thirty conti. Asa
made for the Increased commerce I' epartment Created to Aid It Is now generally agreed that this and like typhus, again usually se came as quite a shock to his friend. result of the talk of a new third I "
rt ', expected to come though the Influence plague is a germ disease. Tho bacillus lects its victims ftom the lowest and relatives here. Mrs. Otis Johnson party headed by Roosevelt the pubs .
of the Panama canal. Backward Churcjies has been Identified by Indian class and thrives on filth and fam went to! the bedside of. her father lie Is getting some Insight Into the !
a Mr. Dawe will be in Key West until bacteriologist as well as by European ine. The usual period of Incubation several days ago and was',with expense of getting the voter to .the :
+ tonight' and then leave for St. pecially in Country and American Investigators 1 I. from three to six days. In the usual him when the end came Mrs. ThtJ polls.. in the proper frame ,of mind.
'?+ Augustine in order.to- placed In It Is found without trouble In tho or severe forms, the earlier E. .Roberts Is a sister of the deceased. five million dollar I.I the amount
touch withthe further terminal blood of the patient and culturesare symptoms are similar to those which i The many friends of Mr. which many expert figure the sage
1 ; plans of the Florida East Coast Rail I Atlanta. Ga., July 6.-The raisingof made in beef tea or glycerine usher In typhus fever. The Invasion Lowe and of the members of the of Oyster Bay will need to carry but
t._ + road. .a $1,000,000 loan preparations. The bacilli resemble Is abrupt associated with chins;' family who live here will regret to a national movement along the lines
Chas. ;J. Curry will take Mr. Dawe for a building those pf chicken pox and are said great depression blunted conditionof learn of the deceased's death. He projected and although the sum
In hand at ten 'o'clock this morning fund and appropriation of about not to survive more than four days the Intellect pains In the bones was probably\ .50 years old. The seema large it i I. undoubtedly not
1 how him the port and Its equipment f-jll',000; for this year's. work wee of defalcations. At the Hoagland and high fover. Death frequently funeral arrangements had not been much over the mark. Indeed by some
4; explain wharfage charges and provided for at the meeting this labratory In Brooklyn N. Y., ox- occur, within 48 hours and even completed when the telegram was it Is held to be considerably under It.
so forth and enable Mr. Dawe to week of the tensive experiments have been made earlier. When life Is prolonged for sent Mr. Johnson, but the Intermentwill There Is no question that it coat far
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get a clear ides of.wh.t.tll.e. munl- Home both In the culture of the germs and five 6r six days the prognosis Is more probably take place In .Tampa more today: than even four years ago
) cipality. ts.itoingi to make Key West Mission board (It waa announced to in an antitoxin by means of Which favorable. The germ can be carriedIn today. to carry on effective political agitation ,
a greater port. He hopes ,to.,meet day. Immunity from this"scourge may be rags, general merchandise and and the high cost of campaign '
all our Influential citizens during the Thetloan,, t I. to be raised In three obtained. clothing. Rigid quarantine with dis .OPKST LETTER BY 7. M.MCIU'HY. threaten*.to. beooxq.':as .erlou a I :
day.Regardtnji / The board The ;.disease has been called "The infection of all article should be .. .+ e;: : problem to the .politicians <'..? his visit:Mr.Dawe:. said years. alto created a department Poor'Plague." from the fact thatIt strictly enforced when If appear In ."jW, have nothing the city bt'key high'' cost of,living is1 to,.the:"averagemortal. :.
+ ;0' to a ;Journal reporter: '"This; 1* pay of enlistment andco-oper: Brat attacked!; the half starved i any country. i . West could poaslblr-\ buy,' and nota-: .. r
\. first visit to Key-West. I hope It .Uon"i aid backward l church.*;.especially masses who congregate .in the slums I Thechief -causes: of the- plague are Ing. to .offer to ,.*ll the .city". No \; Estimates 'madeiytbIq''tii. \past f,

srv will Dot be my last, My ilrst, 1m- .thoa. ,.,In' rural 'district*:. of the"" city. TWs was tha ,OMit In famine and filth.. The compulsory that 'U .Just what. I wished to h.*r' few day from .men'tnarpo.ltionyto, .
,-* pressloo. 1* that you hare done much J-l .'< Bombay' ... :.where.:so fatal'.were'' Its evacuation Of crtles.. and district has 10 long a* the city U not to be mixed Judge.with reaeonab'-jaccurac1'' ) place''', _
:, h1rtps! .a municipality, and yet hare much '. ", '. <.., . r,. ,,,. JI ..".' ,.:' >avag..',that a panic ensued And 'accomplished/much la the''tlrstprerentatlre up inthe matter I hanre 'no Interest\lithe amount.Bpende&by: the Roos-:.'

.... Xvto -do. JillexpjkcilW, 41 nd "'that\'rour'vChamberr.4f LADIC9IL1][ ; ...JPhTttE.J.. . __"W, .1.. m othe, : twople; one: halt 1 r't' spread> in 1.case otan wh.tev.e...Now that 1* 'all-xcspt..to I veil ejidTaftforcea,4n, their prs-eoni; ? )
: + 'Cpnjniwrfe\ has',exerted i' . ;" populationleft"' ; the city Pure :: '<1' ) answer the p ventlon.'campaign, .
/ ...'j". . ... ?: outbreak. : ?; & V, ;.: vi,1 question.propounded; aV Ltinillloaridob "
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qUtron;, 4afi'tt 4nU J hat tood.th; xter- .' ''Animal! aprse4lle, bt' 1t r--ll""tai n levy a ece.'Whl1h.. i ..
: ..meansward.&ne >i1/'Wh.a\t ch a .bOD,: air.wholesome free, *;;;1'alo, ;; plague; < ; the each h eoat ofiniiat.-o ' '' -',
a :r. .i .,argreatec k T"" 8t.t.TI1erdeJ" .. i ; .\. .' .. '. +po 1, r .'&Q"'" roof :Mice a.M ;}irgVcMtfl.. )m_ *r.. .rammonkey j i j. J. ,- i ce. i. the.;future'.of' this,JnTen- m*.ot.jtb..mor*. u rqa. ;;; , !., .1. :'

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$ 9 (' ; n, from' IpJ I stages:of.the dWBCTBith* vrtdonoe has'>*,big:,'wad/;,aD4<(;knows:'how.to| on,ItHanIn-Jndfeattd, byUh'fact, ; '! .,, -". c .,
fray < : ', oa h r r 111.t a. ow.verL.rJsited '.oUli of;;the,-citiesBnrep 11 may.; appe .' In'tw, vdctln'slntlj( take care of It.,:' :iJ: VwHart! ..'7N. P.ATHLfcTIO that Jthe oost of getting only on.'clr-
+ 'oltySlsgrstget'1 l bsssltfl I1- ._:Fie(. 00.' of\the lmost or,! *.: ,.IIv:"s 4f! "X ' *! ">to''''ike or. ahe> 1*. already ,
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led "actinoeafan.il; ) thJB. studythe i t. altuatedetta: bne'ean.tmac1ne.,1It -4rbe'int"Autbentid'ede.cntptloii'o\ < !!l death', Verer,*swelling 'f the lymph KVKWTH- the country, 1.:-about |?0 .oO!).. ,
: f effect;.they}' 'hive produced The rising groyndand'onelthery the, bubonic pWgue'I-'contained.. ; In ifatu gland and utter, prostration are FIREWORKS N1GU7tr; Maintenance of headquarterin, each > 1'III' 1'-
I ::;,:. ,tudr; also.irinclude the detan.''or ....side la, .beautiful lake., Its the ..writing -, +Ephesus,,I soon, -superseded fey the appearance ., of the 2.940 countiesIn the United, ,T .
effort :for channel: ' Improvement, streetss massive are lined on either' 'side with whd. described' the dTiease ** baring! ] of-the bubo in groinJn ck and face, Sarasota, 'Fla., ;July :S.-;:-If-; there State would coat heavily, and -even' ,
t 'municipals-control; f-'Watorfrontr the shade tree, and back of the'etreet..on '''existed' In- northern .Africa during/ when- death occurs In 90 easel 'out was a Manatee county" auto absent !if; Instead of counties., the 890 con- .
7, territory served by the port and the, en.het"aide 'ero"0omfort-; the Srdor *century'BTCt) : '-1.tof "T osIble"oneTindr6ar7Wllhlfl; ( fronHIat'.I s .urJ,1c..oL..I.u17..co1 gressjonal district wer" '"used as the ,( .,4.
transportationfacilities within-- bat able home' with' well kept yard and Tie bacillus of the bubonlo plague la period varying from five-hours to ration It must tave been too: thor basis of organisation;; tbs' .. -w6Tnd ---" 'A"-, ,,
lawns. "
., territory.- .look forward to a very The.business section Vs' substantially was discovered'and' studied by Kit las many Weeks, depending) upon the oughly dissembled, to be put Into: still go at a rate to make minion, :, ; '
Interesting day. In built. and good sidewalksare asato and Yersln.working independently -I constitution of the victim. The white condition for the trip. Probably no alre' Income seem trifling When'"r.i Y""t; f"1."-' 'I'/ ter},'
Here is a .chance for Kejt West to this evidence everywhere. Most of and at about the same time I races are more Immune- than any such an array of motor cars has boon the cost of lecture,.halls,. traveling ". ,' ,
put Its best foot forward. Mr. Dawe'. was accomplished the Village In 1894, during the epidemic of the( ether. seen in this part of the state.KIVK eKpense, entertainment hml.. ".n1_
Improvement ... '
eport will probably go very widely Association an organ a - --- palgn bills and all the other Items .
throughout the nation and the world. (cation- of ladle*--and the.men take : MILLION SPENT are figured In the estimate of $5,000- '
pride In telling a visitor that this I AT HALTIMOIIK.: 000 does not appear to be far out of
isao.. FISH SJORY.COMES'. MISS MAUD ?POWELL the way. .

CONVENTION'ECHOES The Elorda Press Association will The total expense! at Baltimore .

not they.soon were forget entertained the manner by the In which Woman' PROM IWfl GORDA IN AUTO ACCIDENT was spent$4,091,400.as follow..: The money was
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BALTIMORE; one courtesies showered timore to defray expenses of convention
'. upon. them. The ladle of Crescent hall and national committee.
City are beautiful and they Editor lord an Gets Off Another Famous Woman Violinist 326,"00 estimated amount expended WOODROW/ WILSON
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a beautiful' town. It i* by delegates and alternates.
Frank Harris And Edwin the greatest shipping' point for citrus One of His Mar- Seriously Cut About $50,000 spent on headquartersand I
fruits In the state; which shows
4 Lambright Write About that It Is' a substantial as well as tt velous Stories I Head And Face $4,600,000 by campaign estimated managers. amount "We Will Follow You in _

beantful little city.' pent, by I 1\".flOO visitors to Balti- '
Key Weaters We take off our hat 'to those la- more.. Thickest of Fight" SaysSenator '
dles and to the harmonious/I9anner: Even the insignificant catfish In I Those who met Miss Maud Powell ,
In which they' are working: ,4o,. Im- these waters are playing for publicity lone of the world' most famous violinists WOI'( \WILL BATTLK AOAI: Bankhead '
The following Items were written prove the town In which they live doubtless lending an effort In when she was In Key West I 7
home from Baltimore by Messrs. keeping Punta Oorda lcthe lead last winter and who heard her play Los Angeles, July 8. -Ad. Wolgast
o. Frank Harris, editor of the Ocala when it come. to piscatorial matters. at the Hargrove Institute, will read and ;Joe Rivers will box again, prob- Sea Girt, N. ;J., July 8.-Renewed
Banner and Edwin D,.. $mbrlpt. . Although the catll.h'If<< the 'interior with regret the .following: ably on Labor Day In the Verona assurance of Congressman Oscar W.
associate editor of th Tri rivers.and lake some Underwood's intention to
Tampa have acrobatic Miss Maud Powell the violinist arena. As their managers wero of support
bune. trait, those that inhabit the salt Woodrow Wilson In bis presidential
r was seriously injured in an automo- one mind on the subject, antf agreed I
3 Hon W. Hunt Harris of Key West waters are said to never Jumj) Yet bile accident at Phoenecta, NV.. that another meeting between the campaign was expressed today In a
.j. in full dress and a shining silk hat Jast Saturday when H. T, Wade Lee Miss Powell in private life Is Mrs. H. men is Imperative, and that Labor letter from United States Senator
was one of the most Impressive figures night and several other Charlotte Godfrey Turner. Day was the most logical date. Bankhead of Alabama, who managed
at the mayor' reception in Harbor gentlemen were coming .. Mr. and Mrs. Turner started on Underwood's campaign for the presidential .-' -
Baltimore. ,, across the bay In Capt. Wade's boat an auto tour of the Catsklll -moun OUR DISAPPEARING SHIPS. nomination. The letter came W'J ....
Tbe "Key W*.t" Oo *rr m ... a catfish weighing five pound Jumped tains. Yesterday, while driving along t G Governor Wilson. He gave It to ...
Colonel T. ft L. ,Brow,. who la everywhere Intd the boat. He must have been the road near Phoenecla Miss Pow- Washington July 8.-All the sailIng the press. It reads as follows:
greeted a. ,the rCongross- /.a+ r the champion high vaulter of his ell reached from' the automobile and vessels built In the United "As manager of Mr. Underwood'
I man from Key West/,'\lenoys'an unusually 1 tribe;? for the boat stands over three i captured a large butterfly. She turn- States during the last thirty-six campaign I beg to congratulate yon
t, wide acqualntance.;wjth both ic feet high above the water line and ed to her husband Who was driving months Just offset the American on the splendid victory you and your
representatire and senators as well the fish cleared the side-falling In and called his Intention to the In- tonnage lost in the twelve months friends won at Baltimore. Mr. Un-
a* with the various departments of I th forward part of the. launch, he enaing -Juno 30, 1312. Tho sea has derwood, and every friend ha has,
official Washington. He Is dotn*, barely missed landing In the lap of sect.Mr.. Turner turned to examine the I claimed,' reguiar craft aggregating stand ready to give you their enthusiastic I
I good work for Key> West and Is very one of the paasengers. This beats the butterfly and lost control of the automobile CO,000 ton. of American register. support. They await or-
popular In the highest circles at the wily ,mullet, which I I. noted for its which crashed Into a tree. ders. After the battle we found no
i capital. Colonel- Brown U an alternate pumping ability, and seafarers were Miss Powell was thrown tHrough dead to bury. We are ready to pur
from Florida at the convention Inclined to doubt the story, until the windshield and her husband was LOCAL WEATHER REPORT suethe enemy and will follow you _
and Is a loyal boomer/ of the candidacy shown the fish and convinced by the thrown to the ground. Miss Powell In the thickest of the flgb.t"
of Underwood. positive assurance of.all who wore was oerlously cut about the face and The governor was -highly pleased
Floridians agree that the most Im- aboard, the boat at the time. If this head. Mr; Turner was bruised about U. rf. )Department' Aprloullnro. i with Senator Bankhead's letter. .
- +---preae1te Speech! yet heard at the convention become a habit with the catfish a I the chest and shoulders but was not <- Weather 11111'''''". .. ,
ihal of"'senator-Oqre tnnnyy..maLAotajtedhere. it, 1D12.Tcnipcr'lurft FINK ItT HTAT1O.N KOR MIAMI.
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I the blind orator of ;.Oklahoma. A for It 'will only be necessary to havea ---- -- - h_ .
I close second was that of Theodore few boats running up and down THE LOCAL PAPEB. Mlaml- .to: have the finest railway- .
Bell of California who led the fight the bay, so that the' fish can hop Into 7A.M. 7PMnnrom.1er
4 station on the entire line of the Flor- c
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for the election :Judge Parker, and them, to keep the factory In .opera- The the large 30.0ft
who made such an Impression! that tion.-Punta Gorda'Herald. papers cities are 82 N 2 Ida East Coast Railroad company In. 1.1
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e l Hunt Harris of Key West has al- "But My,Lhutlheedl"" We knew "very well| that Jordanwouldn'tAlet' all right if you want, them, but |It Is Wl Wind nl' >IMSactionStttO >lopl y' H. ..H K 6 the state. Definite Information to 1" 't .

ready started movement to nominate .- ,- Oscar Conklin of the your own) home paper that advertises W/palhcr: / I'..Cloudy:;'. Clonr this effect was given out this morn- .' .,.,;
him for president'1813-' Miami Herald get away with that your churches, your numerous k 1.tic4' {" with :" ,
:} Ing together the additional information . Y
'L'J!: ;Springs Bright On*.\ changed .feilcjtattone."What big 1I1h' .tor7 be told..ltt, the lIIee1ingot ;': ,.. .
of societies, sympathizeswith 'you /In that work on'the' ..i j / .'
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Claude,']*>xle,.., cong. essman! l- your the Florid/Pr Association. H. Temperature Ra
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: act i* stopping-at th. Contt ental. In room' *. asked Clark . , .: your affliction*,, and. rejoice with L. Temperature 70 structure will begin within the next, ;" .
.., Washingtgn'aat'relic. OY Jh eeall1on- When Claude : gave the' ,number LAWN PARTY ONE", you In your prosperity. In It{, Temperature: 83.B two or three weeks. Material Is now ;o,. ,

. 4t i 4t ally. A few night ago Congressman Clark replied: "Why. thst'lt.jnst the short, it I* the local paper that men* It'ir proposed d '\
which I was r-lcUd" The lawn f.t.lI4ve'rU..4, on the way and to .;,
majority by to ,be '
t Frank Clark another victor In. the Uons tbe thousand.'and one !t.m. in i. Almanac July 8. !
recent Florida' primaries was 1he Claude, with his q.U1laleal I smile given b" tl1e,11141.* of Stone churchon : Nun RJiMM 442 hare the new station completed, by., r.t ;
.1 i guest of Col.-sT.,,, i. U. Brown at' theContinental replied: ''T ere: U a.t.4.*'*o el In tlMi I taw:of Mr..,',,X".B. Curlyto- .whictf you--ere interested. during theyear.'and 9uo Beta ..:at ., January* before" the tourist season :' t '.: 4[+ '
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. d +I'i4 and I/Engle and theongresMnan pVashingtonwith; 4i'a}', Teo iA corre morrow;: afternoon. and flightrtbasbeen' ;; ; da cot'find ..In paper of High Tide 2.00 9.65 open The total investment will b*> ', '"'I'' ,%;

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'j t t. ',,1';.''.' Cof fee i 4''. Retailer ..Attention 1" The-Lad, and."cape UBt bin DlHl-i-to:, only. ''a more night or.alertly bird looked deavlag : tcl| $'. =11111.,=. : lull i .. =,="=llllr. | 'IU!'" .

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.' t. the air without; .to ''mutt.oel'ecf'.ound. '' ,' 1. "
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patois OF
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.\f..to,."\"" 'J"i...\\ "',.. ,..."...,..,.... I"' .... .. .-r' ,..I''" . . I I, new ribald complainings.mirth] within. and,.ere long. to. II fIRST NATIONAL BANk'ill

.i'f ,( : Mount '
"The foul fiend take the auberge des OF KEY .
.t g f :; \i ;iteadily'rWngi' ;, an d>' theca is',' iso 1ft,. : I Y' leura',and 1U landlord/ a" ,'., ',t u-,. Ii: WEST(\ ," ... '... ,I. _,

''.. I !') ', . .of( ', !i-jpyral-jflleul :Hereh ,come.l" :JM =. "- '
-" .prospects lower figuresifor.theU ) Capitalr -" -. n;+ : -; Ii1 -;-* r
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$100,000
fl'FRRDERIC S.ISI1AM:
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i? I'i\ '. , ;.' i present. As'', cunsecujence,'. .the I .A ta r.f"The''Strollera. And the door opening'revealed. Indeed. I I Surplus and ,Undivided l Profits* $46, OO' '

.:' ,. .;: ; price of the grpund'article ,will :.alsobejratsed : e / In the rushlight.! BOW dimly illntnlnating II : : A
.r t. , 'Under The Rose". F the hall, the, hunchbacl. R 5
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...... :plA.--S : , r: : by. the different; roasters -Il- not laden however"with the_.long*' UI. One* .]
for creature but UonIDo--I') ) : 'I.. :.: ; : : ,
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\'t'I it. Perliap3 there rnrtrl.w h comforts .:; *js 1 .
: supplying ( are:
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;,.; ":, l. wALAT1Atc handed; at his back' the commandant I

,::: .f' 'ina y among you who; are already and a 'number of soldiers.' h>oi... H Depositary and Disbursing! Agent, ol the U. 8. Qovefnxesi :-
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"Tou fellow with the dollst- BlinkIng rr Al TJ.A\ J> TrxJ-tjn-rXJ JT- - _' i 'fI
t\I I.; . 'paying: this penalty. I have ..we,1. -.< | -
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I in th.' elar, of the torches-

,'. .-:,.. : .' ., ," cured several 1 loin, 1thou h. at dwarf peered 'In "Where are )'OU' .y OFFICERS DIRECTORS; S {41
Come aoncS" the 'mountebank
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: ,: ... .: . such figures a9.to. ;! .leave' the '/ rlkM.rasabThsl. ...MI Qr_ rove,;,"yon are wanted." = goo W. Allen, President ,John Lowe,' Jt.;' JI' I
price( unch ttged, aa' long as the "WJ] at now?" The little man's we!: "Wanted f repeated the player ; John W. Allen r
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t" come, as mountebank aDd/ soldiers stepping forward.' "Wheref O. Bowoe Patterson VJoe-prei.
Geo. X. Lowe. ,sill-
tl,..'. '(" lots J last I came within ea.rsb.ot, was not reassuring "At the palace.. said the tomman .
. \., i 'Tint'It enough to make prison dant. Qeo. L. Lowe, Ouhler, William R. Porter. !
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" 1, .,<1'' .. I en of all. the 'camps in Christendom "The palace!" topping abort. CWh o Charles] A. Collins, A ssb.CitbleRichard O. Bowne'Patterson..
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(. :' "' :>THE. PRICE IS 25c;'I PE POUND without custody. takingvagabond player. inti' can. TWhof-want me The there dwarf T" made a grimace H.,Kemp.. ,.Assb Oehler.ej oeqo Chas... W-A. Allen Collins' \ii I

.. "Orders good J.cque..ae!! one o. 'Whot' be repeated mockingly."Her '!. .r
". .. ; -- for-tbe samegoodfiatisfnctory. -Rt'u..1 '.reliable-article.] the.-.soldiers in. a conciliatory tone. ladyship," Ufe!.the commandant -'

L...+;. ", wMch bas made "EL CENTRAL" famous foy{ "The"The commandant's commandant!! grumbled the 'jailer., with a reproving eanee.t the h.Pllls.. r1IIII.YIIII_ fE

over twenty five years. grotesque fel ,w. "It is all very well," "Her ]ladyship! -- .
Think ol this if yon want to save dollars on the coffee mimicking: 'Turn them over to "Haven't you car, my man?" The 'd
which sell. Jacques. lie']] find room.' If this commandant frowned and made anImpatient ArE
you keeps on we'll soon havo to make gesture. "Come, bestir yourself
J. K CARBON ELL cages of confessionals, or turn thevinobutts The Governor's daughter ha HaVelt !Io
in the old cellar Into oubllcttes. commanded your presence." .
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"If any of our ancient flavor lihgersin CHAPTER ,xVIII. '

. .-._._ the casks, your guests would have .
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.. .----- . t.. . .. M little reason to complain! returned The Mountebank and M/ Lady. Beats Them All '
IIJ the other soldier. "But this fellow, "The Governor's daughter" Ha Something New ,
"" ," he'll make the light been
LIKKS HIS MTSALfl TASTILY no trouble stronger they must
..' "Ob, I suppose we'll have to take have seen the start the mountebank
w'/; PKKI'ARKD, and not only that., REXALL SOAPS
.., D r care of him!I" muttered the dwarf. ''In gave. "]"Impossible! '
1 but ho likes lo have them prepared! the tbl veB' inn there's always room "E1>' What?" Surprised In turn ,

e. at once menacing and imperious, that out wIth| him!" To the soldiers. you are
III time!. Wears making II specialty ,, accompanied theee! words, the mouate- But In -moment had the mountebank not pleased with it
e serving Huslnesa Men's meals.GIK . recovered his old demeanor and we will re-
O without waiting for the troopers to found
THE rom RESTIURINT LJ.LJJ-3.L-U. obey the commandant's order walked ; your mney. .

.. aaa at voluntarily toward the door and into
y ..,, 111, family dining room Is equipped the passage. '

r T' l-i; the beet and nicest family sere ". "Our supper! Our supper!" A number eabrlra! .
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0 of the prisoners, crowding forward
visa! and! we inako a specialty of (
.began once more to call ]lustily KEY WEST
serving families.I wben again was .the dlsk-ctuddei DRUG COCor.Duial&.SoiilliardSIs

woodwork swung unceremoniously to. I ,_
r Our, meals are always tastily prepared and cutting short the Bound of their lamentations. -

'we give you quick service. When you want .. The -
I Dogs!" Malevolently ,the dwarf SfO.r.e -
a good meal to the
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. :,DyA. RESTAURANT. "Pious Jacques_'murmuredthe/ 5-40i 94 11. t ettkt;e4 ,M't I''. '.d a,
111; e! commandant;, PBjlt 1 'al way*.ald yon .; " 1 -I .
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ItIf"; '" ,I. v 'In selecting an"Insurance,agency' J J6t.Jt'b the' onewpote'rec'rd' 'j, ',' t..rpoedthe r .ynonntebaak. quickly I : : ,;f' : ,- -
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'., and 'streagtn' guarantee 'the liberal lul-. bank, Who had! bee,,' .7eln&, bll pro "Can you not..tell her ladyship I-ana' ." ." ., c :; : 'f.c

f ':' \ "' .' pectlve .,host; Dot Without visible not'fit to appear In her.presence-an, ", Is theionly'1i .,,
ihment all its J e in
-Of' \ : obligations. '*\ .signs of misgiving,reluctantly entered.But uncouth clown*?.' ... ; : : '
': Our success''' iis"the' reward of as he did so, he looked back; ''"Bah 'I've already done that," answered the city where 'you
toward tb* soldierwho had displayed the commandant.

merit and the result of nearly twenty half-friendly Interest In the play. "But how came her ladyship to can buy the celebrated -
. "!f you care to know more about the know of. me-here-'" ,
honorable with piece-" he began, when the maledictions "How Indeed'" '
dealing
years .
and abuse of the misshapen "And what does she want of me'"
patrons. keeper put a stop to further conversation "That," roughly, "you will find out!" Peter's Diamond Brand ShoesWe
our
and sent the mountebank posthaste and stepped down the hall followed ,

into the darkness of the cavern-, by ,the soldiers, mountebank and have te exclusive :
like hall ip'eracctlDg the ground floor. dwarf the last of whom took leave of
F WHY TAKE CHANCES On either side closed doors, vaguely them at ,the door. agency for these I'f"T

discerned, hinted at the secrets of the Clear was the night; the stars, like famous shoes and i
ELSEWHERE ? chambers they guarded; the'atmos- liquid! drops about to fall caressed
f I phere, dark and close, proclaimed! the With! silvery rays the granite pile have just received
sunlight long a stranger there. 'At the In contrast to the noisome atmosphere large shipments of

--- ---- ----- .-' __ _, ___._______ __ cc't -.--= end of the hall the dwarf, who had ,,ot the prison, fatal perfumes, borne the latest .and most
walked with the assurance of one well from some flowery slope- of the distant -
1 .: DO YOU KNOW ::.... acqualpted with that musty Interior shore, swept languorously In and stylish models.]

; 't..t @ and.aU It contained,' paused; shot out the open aisles and passages_ of All sizes, from the
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Tbatour'sig the coolest ,AsY: eoR .? :Tmrply, a bolt and,threw open H door. the Mount. In such an hour that upper smallest infants to

; and largest place: in IND_ acr'sbnl":: : gn". ( The action was the signal for a chorus region seemed to belong: entirely the largest sizes.Once'you .
f.>; ] / : !, (' of hoarse .Voices from within and the to the sky; to partake of Its wondrous
.. town? That we carry '1..' 'b'Itould little man stayed{ not on the order of stillness; to chare Its mysteries and wear a I
... ) complete stock of fine his going but thrusting the mounte- Its secrete Like Intruders, penetrat pair of the DiamonJ .
'. liquors and cigars? That bank across the threshold, leaped ing an enchanted .spot, now they trod Brand-you will have f r )
.F I : Ticket Stocklugs for Boys i Rod nimbly back, slammed hard the door soft shadows; then, clangorous] beat ,
,\: ,. J his Ie the place where girls, the most durable 2&o Htoobtoi and locked It beneath foot delicate laoeworks off. no other.
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mAde four
: threat\) LINEN HEEL AND Cries of '
light
the beer is "Always"t disappointment and race -,
: ';,, / cold? Drop in and see us TOE, bard to wc r'out. followed, and, facing the company that "Here we are!" The officer stopped. )Jake's Trading Palace J Jo I I .
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crowded the dingy little room almostto At same time upon a nearby balcony .
/;' .> 'STi suffocation' the latest comer found a nightingale began to sing, tentatively -
PATRICK'S
r ''_, BAR himself confronted by unkempt people as if trying the scope and = .. __ r. _. __
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,'Lr .who shook: their fists threateningly quality of its, voice. "You are to go \ .
,:..: ,r .Cor. Front and Fitzpatick Sts and execrated In nC)' uncertain man- n1"!/ he announced abruptly

.' '.','," ner. A few,fonrerly] spectators of hl l' "Such a flue palace! I I would
little play; Inclined again to vent their rather not!" muttered the fellow as
f- ', :. f'LARKINS humor on him but he regarded them hey" crossed an. outer threshold and Pure Food Ice Cream Co.

as If unaware of their! feeling; -pushed proceeded .to mount some polished

'!; r none too gently< to a tiny window, and, stairs., ,
''; J.tA depositing his burden on the stone "Stubborn' dolt. Now in 70 % archr ( *

f ____.___u___-_-.-_ floor, seated himself on a stool with pausing before a door. "But, hark
n his! back to the wall. you! I and my men remain- wfthnvit. ORDER YOUR CREAM FOR TODAY
': PLACE As a squally gust soon blows Itself So mind your behavior or..Al;:: pk
OF BUSINESS
IS ON
FROM US.
out. sq their temper mercurial, did from the commandant completed the CREAMS OF EVERY FLAVOR

THE CORNER OF SIMONTON & THEO. HOLTSBERG one not long produced endure dice; ,from another a ragged cards and coat, sentence.Alone in an apartment of the/ pal, AND/THEY ARE MADE RIGHT. .

' although there were few sous to exchange ace some moments later the mounte i
.i EATON STREETS, Next to San Carlos hands the',hazard of tossing bank's demeanor underwent'a. quick .r. PHONE 371

and shuffling exerc)..edftl usual I change; he glanced hastily toward the 1
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commandant had .
charm and held them. The minutes closed in
'u wore away; motionless, In his corner I Cleaving,' and then with ;sudden brightening .
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Dr. W. 0 mountebank now watched; then gaie, around hips as It making -
Ken$ with*.h!. head 'on his' note of every detail of his. surround !ff' "
.TELEPHONE 219 FOR YOUR .flunk in thought Once elbow he roM seemed; stood fn... _Set with columns of ,..warm- *+****.*.*. *********..****..**f.....+*.*..f..6....'.

'it ' : VETERINARIAN tA 1 ''>n''his stool and fooked.,out between hue4.m.rb1e..reUe'Nd with ornate 1
1.1: ELECTRICAL WANTS ., ... '.he.heavy ban carvings and designs, the-, spacious I"
of the :narrow window.
BiorgH! 4 Olttii! Sts., ,Piou:518': ? 'Notjmuch chance to get out that chamber;presented an appearance iat t' "Wm. Gurry's Sons' Co J'r J

" ;: LARKI&TS way," . once graceful and...charmlnaNor .
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tobeerved fellow !
4Ft. r I. . ..formerly) ,with U, S.. Q. MH; '''prisoner.what' A ' '
a41,1f!: '1. .. ..., T .I ;DiBpiiB ManMnUlo, Cuba alter I** drou.. seer <*,.? ; (;i were its fnraiaauig variance with : i ; "i if
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r rr 3ixu>2ab>Amerioan .,ar.. actias. ;; : !" saM the'n sn.' 'Cursed band fOrt colon met the' ey a. la'ruge MERCHANTS': : .

,' ,Teterinarian for the 10U-r.U," B. the daj|[ r set foot'' on'tUm',1! ' of.ancient p&ttern1JI; tapest$ .,:sr bdoed (' . \
a' : :.Cytllrf.Tnenior; .. ':, LTo tkls. malediction":,the"'other':-did ;' 1 in upholstering 'of Breton I MARINE RAILWAY,, HART) ARE. BUILDING; ., .je. .
; We,ylte;eCittlfy'kIret'std.} 'hot b.zI( .A'culmlnatlng note in : :
answer: .stepped,40W1t.Ud.11111 i 1ll : ;""' ;' :,the MATERIAL PR'QVlPlOKa. COAL *,' '
1 n7/i"fi'JCOlm lete Il1pd1$! I seated In,,bla Oornerrwait..dV>whlJe 4he orator ollf' aroom.' ,:wbere D'' great :(,. ,. v .
"i > light. :taat :......' \\.I.. h .. ATER'' AND J ,E. t'r. ,- : 11 , .
d Dru .Sundries: la r .Jouroal delivered sdUrdoar"for narrow aperture naA-grndflnflr,alntr.entered: With the ,I kD..IoIF": 1 ltedgwildt'!. : ... .lu" ,. ,>" ,T. ' r1+ /:: :: ?" '' '
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loaeI *t'wee ,; the crowing darknoas the atmosphere I Sat> briefly, however,the clown per . .,Cab}" Address"Curry.... Key Wedl" .. 1/- "
'. ' eenved.to'becomV closer, more foul: mitted.'himself to surrey, or atady : ,
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r' ..Mla :Or. KB.** ,Xantm tal.ealr ,but although;(he. '1arcIatbed..wltll. difficulty. .these;details of reflaemeat and, |lmnr . 611 FRONT: : STREET.;. f' KEY WEST, FLJL. h'
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header the 'Philadelphia '. .'. double-header .. ''
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lAthlettcs this -afternoon. Initho first :' 'y..J J f' :'f.. lu. . ' . 'j'';:" '."'. .:,: '. .. In the,Dntt game that Pitts
pms the Athletics used Brown and . :N 1\\" r"iI ':" 11.1.\ .. burg battery was Camnlts, Cole and it
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_4.7 runs, 11 hlt 'and 1 error. //1 '. . .._" Phillies made 5 runs, 10, tilts and ";
Oeeond came. .. x//, ; ,., . : I. a errors.
ttHongb and Eagan'were the"AthloOe ., : if' .. Second came: :+
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wUle Gregg and Livingston worked ,; ;: +, ,,, ;:;.W. A N. TT .. Simon worked for PIt burc; and .i" ,
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...... <4< runs 6 hlta and 1 error. "" .. . ; . / hits and 2 errors Philadelphia made 1, -
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Boston, July 8.-The Boston n d .. Chicago, .
I> July 8 -The 'great and .' t ., '
>.z walked all over; the St. Louie mighty "Rube" Marquard'he who = '
Krowns In the game played horo this has established a pitching record for "
afternoon (Good and Cady were the the number of consecutive games
XMlon battery while Allison, Brown won, fell this afternoon before the .
sad Stephans worked fop St. Louis. 5 boys to deliver the Morning Journal. Chicago Cubs and was relieved by ',' .
Boston made 5 runs 11 hits and 1 Tesreau. Marquard, Tosrau and +
error. St. Louis made 1 run, 6 hits f Meyers and Matson was i the New ,jt
and 3 errors Dlneen and Sheridan York battery and Lavender
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pay New York made 2 runs 5 bits and
Game not scheduled. Serrors. Klein and Bush urn pi rod
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and who will do their work conscientiously Cardinals St.- Louis St. defeated Louis, July 2;8.the Boston:The Boston St.t. Dovos Louis

f Bss toksMfa be hoped the hot air gg.... here this afternoon In a hotly con-
upsoaucn campaign will not rental tested game. Willis and Wlngo
tly in the atmosphere. worked for the Cardinals and Perdue
I and Kling were the Boston battery.
I M wID. take alb' of that $1,004.000 and only those boys St. Louis made 2 runs, 9 hits and 2
M....k some farmers of planting errors Boston made 1 run, 5 hits ,
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;. ...... Am.rloan Wildcat Skins
... taaportlng arm recently receivednt need Clnclnnatl-lIrooUyn.
pa ...... of- tiger cat skins from I apply. I No game account! ,of rain I .
and the Argentine Republic, .
laced alongside a lot of NorthIJl..arIeanwlldaatskins Domeatlot Remlnl'You _-.
the difference use the long-dlstanoo telephone
1is anis- and marking was very notice- : a great deal wha. you are away
......' Both animals are of about the Apply this morning.. fron.hom; .' '
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,jantk covered with round black spots keep me frombeing; homesick. Tele- I
s.rtfi like those of .t leopard1. but pbonlng frOID. ',, pay station makes in*
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.\v OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB CITY OFKEY WEST -- . I'.... ,1 ; u n -' j
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PUDLI8HE1 '1'DAIx. EXOEPT'"UONDA: .. BY < l''. :
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'..:d,. . FllEDKIllCK 11. MAT1IKWB , .<... . . . . ; . . . . . .. . Editor jf I J : :
'. ". .-- J. A."a.1LLIs:...-.'? . . .'. .....; .;<- ...ui"- ,- . .Bualneae Manager I. Jg9J} .re[EAllfJ? 9gt : : I I i.

H. O. VI8TON ,, . .V--': ,i. . .'. .'.. Circulation Manager $ . ,

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Erected -as awcond class matter September 8, 1909, at the :

t KeyWeVnn r.a(* of/Marob E, 1879. t'J


Delivered aUF part of t'be''elty. "Y;ir 10 'cent a week. Sent postpaid to" ::9SD.OY '3JS 1 '., .
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M. Murphy, and addressed to the editor.of that paper, i* a vet dlsingcnlous in here now and : I.
(.1 article and I* not in accord with the facu. The article in question

-- h wan submitted to me, and on looking It over, I saw no reason why, see .the Stylish : \J

? as it came from a very responsible and long time resident of 0-. city, It :

should not be published. The gist of the article seems to be that* the new footwear. _

.writer doe not know if. the Inventor wishes to Bell It to the city or not, You will be under t . HOME OF THE i iI

but If he,does, Observer wIshes the City Father to protect the. city. b ,

... there<< anything wrong In that? no obligation '
On Sunday, Mr. l..arkll'ame. to me and nuked for the name of the NEW HOME"

party writing the article f told him I did not think the gentleman': who to buy because .

1 r wrote the article would object to having li'u name given, but I woul will I .
look. It
. ask him, and: if- he did not object, would let him know on Monday. Dur. you

lug the course of the talk Mr. Murphy come up and seemed very well be a pleasure for J

satisfied with the arrangement. .

But Monday morning he appeared at The Journal office and demanded us to show you y. I

of the business manager the name of the writer and wan referred / I
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to myself for the Information, when hi a very Inputting manner and :
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with an oath demanded the name before twelve oVIork. I am glad to and do sell . /

nay the business manager treated him much more courteously under theclrcunuMancea

than I should, had I been pl't'8t'ni. Mr. Murphy may bea "better shoes for .

gentleman, but his open letter to a man much older: than hhnself doe "

not show It. J. I* WATROUH.UXUM. less money. I

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,,I'I.' ... GEOR GE S. WAITE' 'I -
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r the Bahama Islands, ao the.story goes; that young man has from the !
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<: pleading; address and has 'many friends in the city he is, we believe Shoes' \ ." I I. ._ : .'

cioaeiy identified with the rellgtoua life of the command/, and, to be per.Ieotly Clothing,Hats, 55 ': .1.- "0 .
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o +,,;;lot',![":_, ,yon would "'do, Jf ,they"elctdyosj;}; to;{.|be. office1',<'I.bIclII'08; now" hold ', ,' V --7"-. :. "a t\:., have- njy-two-lrttore of thc.newinathines; ,left that :rve" can sell-, -; .' Wi':':'K ; |ri t;<\ \ .. ,

.to.i 1i! ;Have yon been trne.to.the trust, which was' Imposed upon you? 'Have much<;, f' i v j -*"',.iv' for.$47.40. ; .s orif'any.iQne wants. on,e of them they, must: com"-. 7-::"" vz,.rf.' '-: Li' -: -
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I you done 7CM11'.beII& to PRODUCE* *the evidence' ;which.yoa cannot have so .. 1' .;. as. a;, !k.tpday.{ >, _.;- : f '. ; --r.:' 'II t r .. __ '. .- :"''Q: /I'.. . .'.' "
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you; you but raised the cover? ZVe -
.'.,'. want tovbe fair. to.yon, bat we"also want to be fair to the people. If pared meal, and there'snothing : n Very'truly yours; "

'!,' von bell ve that yon have done 'ypur duty, Linn: our columns are open helps make a taSU- : j

'. to yon. And If you have failed f'D the performance of what yon know to J. L. STOWERS MUSIC HOUSE. 'I'

I .. be your duty, then don't you think the proper thing for yon to do is ly prepared meal so much : t..
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\to resign; Om8. and .
your allow .the people to place a man in your place z
. who as the BEST groceries. : =
WILL
do his duty? Aa you doubtless know, the third ward of this ..
I city he-ld'thCl'' balance power in the' election that placed in ,.5 ..
yon your For that kind Telephone : : ..
r. present position-and the third ward will hold the balance of power I ..

\galn. Have :you -the indorsement of that ward NOW? If :you have t.

lot, you hail better be looking after :your fences in that section; for "Your \ I . I 'S. I' + a
H you do not, that which you have pastured there will escape. And un Grocer"t .
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less you right yourself. pretty soon, the bars are going to. thrown down. : : a

This is plain) enough; for you to understand, and this ,Is the last word : ,

\ .. I we shall have to say concerning you and the performance of your duty, S ...
.. miles you at least try to make amends for the neglectful ..
... manner in
which. you have attended to the datiea thati HIIOUIJU 1XTKIIKST: WM E, ROBERTS. .. 01
. ,f! roe comity's prosecuting attorney YOU have the opportunity 1n., ,. I ...
to tin t .
;t> ; .
In fact the opportunity has been pu untied upon and If '. : t t'S 01
.' I .. you you Ian to .. : /NNNN\N 01
," ( graH] It, ;you will have once again failed! to heed the call of the i>eoplewho 220 Duval St. ; ,, r 01
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Roberts hasn't .' 11
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A prominent man from up th e state came Into our office "
". yesterday
it, it isn't in the city. ,
iif.l- afternoon and stated that he bad. ,heard about the 1 fight TheJournal li "Q'HV.ONV s" 1aHI

( I : waging( on certain conditions that obtain in this couly, and asked ''us the .. "

question "Have you got tho} PEOPLE of the /county with you in the.i :: '. ;

I fight you are making\Ve showed him our increase in subscriptions Curing : ,d0'31410H: NV ;
Tax Assessor's ;
'" IJ, c the last ten days, and he believed with us, that we have got the /I. Notice! ; / .
(G" people with us. We stated several days ago, and stated repeatedly that Kotleo -hereby given: that I am oj..
: r not going Just aa they oughtto in making the tax emoi5troll ..
; f.J' things were go certain quarters, and up city '. ...
t: ._ ''we were asked for the proof. AVe have given the people of this county for the yAr 1912.[ Parties denlrlog ,

:4 ;,\>,...' '. enough to show them that the "system" under which the county is being blanks for making returns will, be ',\'r- : : ..
.. governed Is bad, to say the least of It. Certain things are KNOWN nlshed ..
r. same by maklug application at
," to be wrong In certain quarters; hut as for that matter, the fact has : . :
: been know for while. But, here the City Clerk' oraoe.U. .
quit a as elsewhere, the people do not .
tl'R'i" .r".. know just how to go about remedying the thing that Is the matter. Il E. T*. Moaintook, : ..
> they knew how, they would revolutionize s-8 CUT Tax Assessor'. '
1 things' and 'set them, straight :=
, *. .tooa,. But they era going to know how to do It; they are'going to have (
'the'matter taced-agaarely-before-tkelreye., and In such form that they
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-S Sv :. will Jump at the opportunity to place themselves from under the "":raem" .- LEOAL-.NOTICE.! J. $STOWERS t I
F.? ,y. ; that is making their burdens heavier and heavier. We Want to (
t treat every man fairly, but we owe a duty to the people of Monroe conn. In Court of Coun 7".TJ'd.e.. State cf; ; .
( ,AI"'f' ,tyand.regardle8s of the consequences, we1 are going to vtorm'that Florida; Monroe ':count,. .
'.. .Idut,. If certain quartera are willing to do the thing In re estate of M UJda Williams. \ \ ,. : ; ;
r '.'.{(11.+ #; f ;I(the misdoings which they have permitted. fh Journal square! win be and right Netlce is taeraby given to all Whom : . "i, ; ij :
: their strong but if do among It may coDce ,' that on the 10th day : : .' .
1, .r.i..;:' ii supporteny they not, we shall spread the ABSOMJT ;
"" :; ft'', rROOF-tri wrfalth (to, put it mildly before the ofi. December/ A. D., 19 U.; I ihaHftpply Music House "
people,
and
"1-1' once, to the' H.norabla Hugh Onnn : :
they' know whatcondlUon do ,
; Just exist. :
i; W, ,,) f asked to remove certain offlcen, and that the governor of the state will be judge'of said court, as judge pt pro. '" _, .,: '1T!,; . ". .,'
err petition win be . ' :
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strong that bat.. for final discharge administrator ;
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s oj .!..:.. .:Y"'j l \.'Viler) of pull or friendship or anything else,- things. wyi be brought of the estate of Matilda Will : .. .,i ;", ,:\ .'... .,: .\ '1 :. ..: .. e" '. "...... .. 0 '" .

1 "' "'1'w,',., ; /The) 'Writer'F. does.I not want to do any '''man an.1nJ..ce. ,. -and those- time lams I deceased will pl'818nt'mJ''and that final-at the bounu same '. >.' .-...":";.;..'. "' .,..J-. : .." .,:" -7'. '" ,.,\, / .' j h.,!., :
; who 426" Duy' a'I' St"re'e' .
know hint know that he does / .
but
I not when we" see administrator-of aald estate, and t'
a duty a ai :
.I/ ....,//1'. 1- 1' .outlined. ae .the one before ua now, we are going to perform thatdutwrOncs'ar plainly,.. ask for *h.ir approval. J ,,," .f : : : ? ::: <' . . ..., .
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Yt i .,,1. J M'': $ *. righted, some change made re Net going to s 8e'thM. .the f\ :DETER KNIQHT. I ," t; -' < I.. ; '. \ .... ,. T. ''I'3.f. )' \ :
? .1. t,,:, ,1;' .,people of.Monroe: County It the square deal which, they deserve but "" v J* 'A4m1nI.trator.', 'l' : ";' ..1'r; /t ,. : I
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.' "::1.1.: "" 'f': bad ;hon. t ooq" the':'..*rr e1'ee gale' f
wato an'ezpreslon' tadi-luiUr and'I 'warning flash "U yon are. again Is Our Seiyice Satisfactory io Yoitfi : :; '
: tapld; .bl 'couD Dance nce nor caught giving; the play, yon must expect ,
Tomorrciw" J'e.ume<< ltt''W' >> Wc-toll4 upect. ,An to reoelre your desertm.,"> '
U onoontcloui of the anonuloa figure "Of course I. If lour Ladyship. commandstT I

be' Jpreaented, mechanically bad. i. dejectedly. 'i i If Rot( we ,want. to Make 'it t So. , ::1J': '
._._ . I ''t seated:: blmaelfwas gmilnr down "I dot; But, as aa offset to the coppers :
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: r <"t\' -f. ; '7 +. :-- >through m doorway opposite l Ute :you 'might.,otherwise receive;; I.. > .
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I )I. \L ..../ left 'a lender form appeared, .t7ad,r .Cleat to compensate you.", .w.IJUm.-I'I ,A. ---,.- -.-. .f ,I 1\'> .. ,- .'. .
l ", "..1"... .. j\ .'......., ."' t.h4 b ary. whlteAedt,Uda % aU**t 'Your Ladyship Is so _generous!"He I 'f : : \''r.I 'r.
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..J.'. .1. ', '1/1 I '... .if \:... moment.of;the,clownV e]des,- made an uncouth gesture of'gratitudesnd ]i I We *(ranVto; know now ouf I>: ., : .t !
J : :;f?: : ,?: : b tnyedb.,was iawar .of vthat. ash I I covetonsness. ,May I ask your patrons; feels owards us_. We .. .. ; -;''t t\t\ ", _
: TIlISWILCONTAIN! JlNMDC". A',mGIDeDtbe t'atrt atoottlHIre t' Ladyship bow much I I .' .
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.Qse.;beltt:!Dinh billION/ Mr; tb.slrfthe rui A' you. are "".J..j i>I
A 1J1ST 1 :! : !.u.5c1.i j1t'Cf,tM chUeaima / \i'<:Tpe words died away; her glancetoll .to give full weight in allinh ances. o.1't\. /; 1'!'9:'. ..
0;. eDte "-"" ___ .,' /'lingered on. the hand"be had'extended If the one that serves you fails to .< t,.:I t ':; ..
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OF: BARGAINS TO Creasing-to th table, once aGn-. gesture; was most unlike the hand ._ S a w .... ".V.v'I. .':f iI!!' .
I ... ... .... .. ..... she Mtopped ber figure, 'ib .th.d In]> of clod or clown. Moreover was 4 \ :! '
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: -BE.-l D. : bright t>>d dlrtlnctln'.con trait to the, > ftled. which ''caught! 'and held '
AT Consumers'Ice
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faint. varicolored: "Unt or oaad4at. -1 Storage ; ; /
nbrolderi on thewall.. :'Above, tile, "Of. course,I am so poor;your tidyship :, ; ; t
light threw a shimmer Oil tM deep I I: -" he began In :yet more abJect.1! .

.. burnished told of her halrf:' the weep tone. ; but slopped, attracted In turn ._:,...; t. ..:' j. ,
: 1:1,: ing- laches veiled half-disdainful., by the direction 1Df'her gace; ,then,I .r '. s: : .
.. "" .' .. half-amused look in her brown" eye meeting It. quickly withdrew the band 'Company. :
.,'_" ; f4>'.t',. "Or perhaps you are one of those and thrust it into his pocket. Not I] .
; whc:,tMnk: the peasants will some day In time, however, to prevent startled I I & I
\Frank dt. while the loHla and ladles stand?" light, a swift gleam of recollect ]I I .
Holtsbe: :'g's "I don't know," be managed tor answer from springing into her eyes! The i I I ...-- .......--

awkward., but got up only to. appear. more very enough!movement-was not without Itself.. precedent.ironically |j j...14......H.................##."M...++++++Hta:

".... _. "You do not seem to know very "You!I" She recoiled from htm. The, '
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much Indeed! she returned her tone \
changing to one of cold severity. "Not : As si man ,,'bo,realises be has betrayed .1 '
ORDER TiiF. ORIGINAL BOTTi.. NC.'". rr enough, perhaps, to pertelve the mischief I himself he bit his lips; but attempted L
r Q -( ; t you may cause! That rlny of: no further subterfuge. The ItI. Richard Peacon's Grocery
.:" ", yours, which I witnessed today-" shambling figure straightened;. the I.
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I "Von Today Your Ladyship dull eyes grew steady; the bold self-
was-" possession she remembered well on '
= "Yeg" imperiously, "I was there! 'another occasion again marked his Call around and examine our line of Aluminum I .

m And heard and saw the effect it hadon bearing. I I Ware, Round Trays, Rice Boilers, Water + . ..
tho people; how it stirred all "Your Ladyship has discerning
{ their baser passions I Rut you, of eyfl.," he remarked quietly but as Kettles, Deep Stew Pans, Berlin Kettles, .Berlin -
tvVIYSKLYUniformity course could aot know--or care he spoke glanced and moved a little Sauce Pans, Fry. fans and Casseroles. t .
thinking only of the sous!-that. Instead toward the window. I I
of of leaching a leaeon thefriere My lady stood as If dased. He, too and William Sts. .')
would only move them to anger, or Black Seigneur there. In the palace I I Cor. Fleming : '
resentment" i Mechanically she raised her hand to ,
whiskey excellence "I-your L wjy hlp- ;roat lord) have her breast; she was very pale. On PHONE 67 :1
commended the play-" the balcony the nightingale, grown .
is always Omitted "Great lords" she began, but i confident burst Into a flood of variations -!:
stopped; regarded! her lltteaer and ; a thousand trills and full-It .
:, with of t shrugged tier shoulders.A throated notes filled the room. ..1....1.1........, ....... ...+++.++4++.++++4.(41 .
few moments Bilence'luted, the "F understand now," at length she 1.
fellow, feund.voice', -- .
: apparently not knowlnlc what "why that fancy came to 1 -
to say or tt'tie was expected to say me below, when 1 wall listening to the 1 ItUIWISR&
ever' anything, no longer looked at,hlnv but at!' the you come-to the very Mount Itself -
flowers, taktoc a.e, whick ah 'turned' Her Voice trembled ..' little. "You 1 .
the histo'y4of;. .her gagers.t'7oe . On the beach the people tried to sthp"Yoois' have no time to experiment wltfi _.r-
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r i. '.}' . \ 'I' .' .rf" '.' : Ldyailp wo M, ...com.udlIHr :.. .' " \'J1,; c building .niateriiUs: of>> '.tjtacerlalis ,.,.-.
; I I !A:'; f: :lt\7N''l'.arp' P r'' ,_ ''; t: :. : ; ,,: }. .: ,; .; / '." -, ttiai. toot";!!I ,?M{ -$'\" .' quality. They ',demand .the kind '
> .70 t3. $aT qR io .lr rs. "And.Vo hew';. .tbei Ib,aywouM y'casiiise' without os8ib4 ,.
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.1. CASH OR CREDIT"J J. G. Whalton. FDrniture Co. CASH. OR CREDIT. I .. .





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CORNER OF SIMONTON AND ANGELA STREETS ,

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We want to announce: the change in management of the furniture store formerly I I.


conducted by .J. C. Whalton, Sr, and to state that we are now ready to handle; any ,

and all orders, large: or small. We have stocked our big Store and ware-rooms '

with new .furniture, arid we have variety enough to suit every ody. .. ., /

S ';boat and train for .the. oat several brou .
Every ever : days has.; ght new furniture "

for our store.' We know that We cansay without fear of contradiction from any '

source, that we. are selling furniture cheaper, for cash, than any other rfurniture ) G

house in the city. There av>te many reasons why we are able to do this, and a visit l / // /

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I You do riot have to be loaded down with money' td buy from 'us, for -we -selFfoF--- --- ------.7 r- "// .__ --


cash or on c -edit. The one thing that ,interest you is. the fact that wewill sell: you / ,/ '

what you want, cheaper' than you can buy it elsewhere, and if it doesn't' suit you i ),/ "

. ', to pay cash, we' make tne terms of ,payment easy.: This store is now being run f / '/ ,

I under entirely new.management and ,\ve are Selling t furniture JUst: as cheaply as,it / > / .x/ /
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b' ;' a'.rt; bronze ia front of the balcony. SCOOP' fI'PoRT Sounds: bike; 'aterPoured, .Iitt 'a"Bottle 'Qf\stdphuiJc.\ Acid :By "HOP:
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h 'VEllsel" a vole. called oat.The U
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IYNr J 'CHAPTER' ,,XIX. 4 em. *. tklttlgDlEp'14M. D@V 1APt : t e;

l'y' The'- Meuat.bankandath.' '- Qov.nor. CAMERAWD'1Nt'S I 1p
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In his bagel, the Governor AT -
held a DevtMntEO'
paper; .hla usually austere face-wore II I i-1M AFRNDOFxavEPI

f,, aMghtly; propitiatory expression %" ; "t1L : \ ....
whll. the eyeSiTie turned upon ber I RrD U6t1T t S1T11S "" 1tQ llc

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{ a t respite. of dtf .... ... 'Pausing b

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leer, a* 'something la his thoughts d, ia1 ,
were: revolving with It. Had b. bean :. '- .. ,,..

jxaone watchful of ber, lee*(, "if .1' -?/ q'1rotin itr arurae >+
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matter uppermost la hi* mind ; r..",. .'tt ..... .,., .
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"I hoped to find yon b....'' be beI I
fan comptaoeaWY"boped that/Ton '. 0' . : '.

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:: ;,1'I( mid oma faint response r, hut o '. >J t, "" /...." ., .:. ... ')" '

1 lher'lolce VJd *plte-herself.; irav... .
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: ". almost( immediately, 'relapsedcon: "
"I istralnt oa .her part could easily be u tM3'f" vur
.f ae :accounted for not many hours had [T 1 "
elapsed since their last interview.;
s I| "Ye,/' he continued, ".I have here to

.. I ,: (("a consider" indicating a paper" he held, ), f wen not the test'Guaranteed Yon motif they would: not be rot Ly, ; .
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important matter. .He waited V \

a moment betore adding: "A mat '
ter that-concernu-you!!" '

"That concern meT" Her hands
tightened. A.I1OUIS&SQjY.
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hastily: "would it not-shall we not j D
leave It until tomorrow? 1-I am
rather tired tonight, and-" : WEEk Jj' ;

"What he returned In the same .
unruffled tone. "Would you postpone 4 .. .
considering the command ofthe '
King! "
At this Store
"Command 1" she repeately,. nel'Tou.IT. . ,
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"Of the King?

I t "Or request," which !Is the same."
ut-" she began, and stopped;
held by a sound as of some one moving
near the window.
i "Shall I read It. or-" k ) i' +[ iv TC
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I on: "The King desire to change the "
' date set for your marriage with his
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, ; I "Chang r she echoed. .
"Yes; to hasten It."" If the Covet FULLY GUARANTEED *

;0 taor had expected' from her hostility, : 'r' 4) t 14 rsF

I or perverseness, he wu agreeably ;
j disappointed;' the girl"'evinced neither I / .( ayrt

? pleasurenor: disapproval i'; only, stood
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: :ie I tr 1t .'if'. ,; nvhat" better; time;"than the'.>present X11 l :-.. .th.at "il1!I;."t ; '", ,mNO''eury. :a. tl w ,, .
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t y '-* I ipiore looking :at the' paper; "Wnt. 'at)1".1 '' ad. i
\ : 1, Hundreds of families who read this .
!inn Important political. appointment i \vertlBemeut are not fully .satisfied with .the } Ir
t desires --to confer/on' the llarqul.deJBeauvllller l wearing quality: of their hosiery.. Either It !Is, FOURBOX SS \ '
1j which would take 'him a"ga ordinary "guaranteed" hosiery: 'coarsely rte.
.abroad; but whether' ambassador, $J w mado and finished or the mom expensive .... \
{lor -as governor 1q/'the. colonies, hi* brands sold without any guaraateethat it will I f ,
(Majesty doe.not disclose.- Obviously, meat a week, a month ore day.: I / > S to ( a .
however, the Bestowing' of the honor- T Iv + To such people we extend a pressing invitation to call at our store A p ,
4 this week and examine fjffiBgejfcae-the latest refinement in guaranteed l' S r '.
la high oneno doubtl!-depends on till hosiery. a
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+ !hls early marriage, and a wife to r
/. lnttn>Vinoa<4 are for men, wdmen, misses and boys. They are differ a
1 grace the position. The letter, ent from the ordinary: hosiery I la several ways that court' for*xtra iw..r M \
_ ._'1 !,;weighing It, "Is a tentative one; theoourteoqu'precursor Lit and -Vflui. The makers issue signed and registered guarantee with
/1 o : of a fuller communlcatlon 4$ every box that {jJXftgQGae, will five satisfactory wear for four months '1
1/ when he has learned our- This guarantee!s endorsed by ourselves and means / it says # I
.p ou r-pleasu re." s.d new hosiery If fijTOnfryifKoo. fells to give eminently satisfactory wear. I e

She did not at once express it; The difference between ESfttitltCsS and other brands is hi the extreme
Indeed, at the moment\ seemed scarcely tan uiA-atucunti that the makers have put into It. Such quality has' 1 1 1p
./ to have comprehended; her glance, I never heretofore been put into any hosiery at 25 cents.: The. finish Is \ I
,.. I % :Which bad swept furtively behind t equal in every way to the finest hosiery sold. Th threads...exceptionally FULLY 1 I t
"'ji" ,when he was studying: the document, ; well spun and carry an unusual amount of textile strength. The weave i is
/returned.: more uneasily: to his, but not I exceptionally close mashed! and the"feel"I is soft and resilient like fine silk. I 5 5y
(before be bad caught the backward A special feature I. the dyeing. Th celebrated i If
Book. WwJfrdt used .In coloring this hosiery gives permanent I ra
lustre.witnout injuring or hardening the fabric 1 s r j I
2' Well?" he said with a touch of asperity. and will no. change or crock or loose Its lustra Inwash. I
. ., "Well?" he :repeated when \\

." tils gate following the direction bar w comet In. a beautiful variety: of 'I
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.e r. oad taken, paused. stylish: c i and in all sixes. We are glad to sell It i
'.' Although well lighted In the center and glad ta noommrad It ai unquestionably the bat, 1 r rt I 1
t / by a great: Venetian candelabrum, the .' value of any: !hosiery at; or asar the dc& -
g; i far end of the spacious hall lay 'i

I aomewbat in obscurity; notably the .
pace adorned with tropical plant afr ) I 4 4I
1 and a Hfe-alse bronse before the entrance J I
) to the balcony. It was on this IR t
dim recess the Governor permitted his 1 : '+ \ I 1 1I
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dye. to rest; at first casually; then # 1 r .c
fwlth a sadden appearance of interest. ta
A "Eh?"' he muttered and before in?
is 14'' lady could prevent him If she bad
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,1 '. been mindful ao to do, walked quickly i
+ : /.I- ,forward; but a* he advanced, a whiter Com la the store 'any day this week and examine this best of allguaranteed 1
7 figure stepped boldly out from behind hosiery. Take home a box on trial and test them out. Yon
F / that partial screen With a sharp exclamation . e have/for months to desirmlne to your satisfaction that they are all we
r e "lain fog them and you are protected by the printed guarantee ticket in ,I IS
which found startled
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a e' he box. Get lyfoflptftoae. for the boys. That will be a good test. ar
&r ,echo from the girl, the Governor i" Vi a. .
v ..stopped; stepped back as far aa the r Chattanooga Knitting Mills *
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jtable t I'i"r 1. N. _i of Seamlea* Hosiery I
"' t..mumm.eu..l..1bll1.-JJIJlp ;_! .. -- ':: ', r" -
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(shaped the words uncertainly; his r ltttJl'ftopTenneuee

:hand, reaching out with that first

,startled' ,Instinct of danger, teuched ep
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the 'bell.

i: "Your Ladyship rang?" On the opposite ,

side of the room :was the. door v ) I sit"r
(thrown suddenly open. =Th. look of
expectancy' oa 'the face of the commandant
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"' who:r had ,ao promptly ,appeared
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(1 gave 'way one of ; C
I'i'\ i consternation. '?':'His Excefeulyi"'he: : trii 5 I 5 + I Ir +

FuttAlred..and mechanically saluted..., "
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!} ''I'trace of relief altted'dryly; helooked.V' .

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IIORNDiC'I"tJRNAL. \
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OFFICIAL CITY. PAPER. .... ..- . 'I ,' , 'i ./ :;.,. .i.i" t," ,, ".mow ;,t41 'AGII\ ,6VBy '. .1 I" i"tw

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ARCHITECT 't( aesasaeallesssssese- . .. $8. 8BS$8. R88si89efoJ81il88Bag8sgtl' d1En> 9 lteea... S888a88888.. ; .:>':( !:: ',

., ' ":::" ... \\ : 'I r"" :. ,' <11; ..e. 1. GRO", ..,. kssr.jPHQNE"$ ". ,. ":'i.:*.r. '

Plans Prepared for Any Class; :: : ,' 1 p d. !} '' ': .I , '"ifl, :', <
of Building Iron Collage: to Pity x ; ""j,, .' : ,t j' :YI I. .' "A' r fit f' { 2'17J;;.J; : ."- '''1 I,".I'W." '"

..aoraper, '.Drawing* and Blue"' t ... :1 ,., I'N" G' 'tM: : .j J !-.. 'I f1
oi anything 0 t ':;':Hr.!
wish.printa:. All made. work :guaranteed., :you . i' I We. -' Clean. andiPreis \, t.-t' ..-. '-. *"" '" .
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'Blda wlll.be rece1Tedat"Ue''efflocf I Ck ,.
U City Clerk until 7 v'i
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Thursday June ttb. 1>11 lor .furrlaht&c h i Keyy.Y : ; Done )\ "
the city with BUvmlpOua coal 4 IP is many a man in .. '
gar the -period of on.y ar. > \ '; \ \-".
The city: re+erveu the right to reject y { r who wonctjferscari h W 'fii --* ." ", 'j1"bRO. -
West $
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amy '1'COLD' ,r" ; ,, '
By order.:;of. CIt>'Council.. 4 tbBSSU I

' ...""-, ,,'"-:,T.h..b- 'C1erh. : \\.S'% I. ;: i .gb'bQr'$ 'wife ( ta1w ays:go 4'.1 ), s a'te' '


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ah d r J r e YJulius I Ir p I dressed so' ;i\eatly, ap&haye: ; 'so _.. ,, . ".\,, .


many 'changes of dress when I "

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r I .1 "he cannot afford'the' same. for : Imported. ', Goods, ',



Y t his wife. Men talk to' each Hand-worked Garments:



; f other about this very same Panama, Hats 5

; problem day. j -5- 5 5 5 ....
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It you hnve been to our
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'" t. The following .conversation took itcro rtcontly.! you ,know '


Walterson & Co. .F ,. .t place between two friends yesterday. .1 I havo without.being the cUssicrt toM lir.ts that woo in


Have the Most U0to-date' :.y yly r 1 a i I hey were standing on the corner of I Ibo above mentioned articles -

MACHINE f SHOPIn '. Duval and Fleming, when the wife of i to le found f in tho


the cit",\and they .... I r I a mutal friend passed. I city.


on do short work notice.of All kind I e- I if, "John, 'do you see how Albert's wife You :' Wife Wants .


pair anything and-.-..... !!I -. can dress so neatly and .have so many I-Ituifielhing! that is DIFFERENT ..

everything. V. i) 3 I -
changes? : she like wvdotiuD -
Machine Work .
of All Kind I do : RinAliLJn! audI
"No, not, replied John. "He I
14 Simonton Street : pattern just Ita yea do: BO
. makes no more than you I his "
or
living
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Opposite Masonic Temple ; : if she bUD" visited\ our .

about the 'as ours and I do not how would suggest. 6
. exam e.s are same ; see . they"manaereltJ' tore, we

R/WX: farrison J that you UKQ.UEST l er"j j .-'

Lasli. l oKn' -vsrifar cailed'upAlbert's'wite' and asked to be "let . todoeorEL.
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., DUVAL"{' STREE "t& .. ir'M": : . .. ....f! ..... .. . .tJ. "811 .. . IW! II....; ..888 ' )12I,1i.tL; : .c ..t"1.," -"...,. :; "...\ ..
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r"t"\ r ::iai,7 w J.-o 11It"" "' ' "" "''' : 'J'YN ottr' xaeusira'fns.'! auta..,.:. wan,..1Y::\ 'Vf'.f: : j.1'! 'l#, J! .t''! ;...., ', i:::.. lit r?.> rSUMMER'>!'*'/SCHEUULE; NO 48 SEASQN1912: :
r' roslan teams :.Line'' I .s.tfQ' YI o.t;alt 1IbI 7';""; 55 We'.lta0.iga.endoa.ind'YSWlef.I ?: i I IIBAvANA.T
'ip r +rwh t.7Va. Mw',juft' '!! ,>nh ar 1lel' i stdyektp T.: :The' Oovern'ora. AssA0. fORT TAill'A.MJA\U'AND. : : KEY' WEST n
I turned the ao- ..... whatI brow.'went suddenly up."How" be / ;' {>
should'heir;' Leal....h--." u.. aabwl sU'Jenctk IDa':rol<;e;ret otter '
\ subtle cb&: e. eeaaee, >,. ''... why, yo "IJlO Jd her, Ladyship have known penlniular'wad rO,cldenfal"Sfeamshfp Comtea s
Pi 1Ni BETWEEIr '
were. iUUoo 4 ttbere"s bout the loyal and faithful) "na-
To' taM this moantebiak player met' of a 'piece, given In the town,; '
71 EYEST ,moo 'MIAMI1AKINGcO Awaywhel. It jlnaaed ,mar Ladyship I before crowd of brawl....". United States Fast. Mall RouteVia 'tor Key West, Ilavana. thr. Weal _
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1 to-" '*TVcaoe I wae spectator said< lndlea and Nassau, BabamM /

WITH '" I Yes;' to tab fedm! .'wagr1M? Interrupted his laagbter, red spot now on her Proposed '."ln'8'ln Key effect Went 00 and dace Port hown.1'lImD Jol.) to and //
N1CTIONS the lady la bunted tonal the citation cheek; changlnfc llgbts In ber erel.: odlvldual postponemrnt wllliout notice. Subject ohsoge ,. X
of which die trcrv, >e lo conceal. mild
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spectator repeated. In
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The Mallory Steamship Company t 0 and irom New York, Mobil*. GtJ- tocall 'when" PORT TAMPA-KEY / /
I I' "And I wasabout, him surprise, the Governo: WEST'HAVANA LINE.
o and Tampav \ \ The Governor contlrruod to address "1 vlll explain-afteft she added!
kioatbero Steamship X [l-v.I'ort '
Key West and Tampa. \s N; vP. N here?" incisively. I "Hum!" His ExcellencY'B lance SootJAr., Key Tampa West gun. Tl1Ir "::1(' PM

A Ox teamship Compaay _IfmriinftK Key Wese tied Nasaau. x /"Ycs: your Excellency: -; a stupid swept to the commandant. Port Tampa w";* Lv. Key West Jlo 1t"N'rl. "'1'1' J G II 00 aO Psi" .
1 ,J'owlasSteamebir Line.. Ft\v\lverii and the Welt CoiwU fellow 'We arrested for making trouble J "Her Ladyship was so Rood" mu Key WeSt (Ar. Iliivanii }'lie h nl 1 G DD AN I'M

A daylight! trip down the Hawk Channel getting a full view mured the latter In some embarrass- : I :_ h I I_
jf tiieJExrensioQ. mont und yet feeling obliged to speak 4avana I I I. I
with that bright Insistent gaze of the Jh"n"" ,' ' ::0:11. 00"
for Partlcux Mallcry ; x S high oClclul of the Mount fastened Etfcetlv pro 4, t.:12Xorlh!: \ Ar. i,"YV(>lIt ITu. ,h't 12 hop ev'
"as"'to ,' desiring .J ward Lv )'..' Wost' I ,
A. K Ligfitbourxi upon him, Inform me that / iTil. hat "II oo rxr
Apply, t. 1M to min;::lo with the people, and I !1A1' 1'vtt'fnnil'a Sun )-1 i0A v .

\N knowing it ni'sht; not be expedientto ? I .:... __ I /
GENT do BO-In htr own'propcr character KEY REST "Ly. JPY Dally Kxc-ott: | Huu n y n 30 /--:
t --ber Ladyship saw fit to assume 1 ..'. AM ./
N' I HAVAN A '''''" Dally Exrlgrtyh.a'iIIS; ) r da' rx''
wl a humbler rosturoe" -that of a Normanpeasant !Lv' I ""' W6HJ" Dully 19'f'l: Sunday /
t Effective Apr 8. iyi2" : ] ,, !. !> :io AM
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y / maid- / AI'-Key \ 1/lilly I'jci'cp'1 .Sinidiiv 4 30 i'''s
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From the Governor's lips fell ,nnejaculation I . -Y -----+
25u : : he seemed about to speak (CWh'en toinhl nand (Oiirocllrp, train IR rnofe than' :a(' inn,utes InliWp, .
15c Turkish tonC'cla Nvs p'ti sternly, but the words failed on his will not leave Key \\fki until1UO l p. III.' ,u H'l' nn! DHMII 11 ,.. It dnj r t t.O:; n. n,.

25c Turkish towels v V 15c each ."lips; 1 Instead, 'Continue( be sold, Above )Loom" .ie l.flfcd D'DOlJi'.Wtrk'iou( : 8n>r /. curtjy."That.. iDfonuatli.n _B |10,.J..tel fr "'ed'lrljJ.t'iiieH( ; lo olKj'oinin In lic United) Htiuos.
Turkish and Kitchen'oweI at x. 4c each fs I believe la all, your Excel-!: Cuba, Went, ItidlrK and l.HliBnms ctcirlnllj' furnii-hitt upon" pllcutlcn.: ./

75o piece mosquito nettin<*s(8yd;( pieces) 53o50c I )encyhept that her ladyship expressed Chas. L. Myers. Manager/ P. J. Saunders, G. F. & P. A //" .
tb d fellow .
tre the stupid ;
Turkish bath mats Xv \29c I be Bet ,at liberty-on the morrow, as '/ACK6ONV1TI.K.: VXOUIDA '/'
1 not worth the peeping-and-" .-' "" /
Bathing suits 39c, 50c, 75e.and f 1.0 I, '
\ The mountebaclc-<.tarted. BB expecting \l /
A big line of boys, men and Misses [sunhats \ now the'LadY ElI e to speak; todenounoe'hlm .' A.C.. ELUIN, Local Agent \

at lOc 15o 25cI : :, perhaps;'but it was his / <
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Excellency: who Interrupted. L.___ __ _
I "Ypi '-were going to do BO t To set // :

P. MARKOVITZ .... I him" .at liberty.T" x \
J. & # J. I I your Excellency? The aubereedeaxvpl e

H Had Intended N., MIa hlef.". I I. ura-B JK) full of the.arum of d . w.., .r 7 ,1 y \ .....
1 .IN. * 'the!. Bands, there ilf.. hardiy>oom for .....
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704 DUVAL STREET kith hlr- ,ollaV'and.bnC'itli her La t t4YlbJp'I : them to .qu.trmbut'tOour Excellency!: '.
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ermaalonawkwardly wlBhea all 'tleseiHtry.. ragamuffins j i ,
\ turning to thA" .overnor' daughter...,"Iwill I I and beggars"!!: brcoght belore.'ou-. !! ,,1 <
i J .xpl 11. I "Well. 'Wel{1" The Go.ernOlooked I
To this the Krl>however, made no' ,down; his hand crushed Impatiently J --,---- .

- ]Elo aE'4'stCtJ4St Rai1Wtiy; them DwUfaacl"atect.w.tcbed the commandant, her.fatber' ,the- [tfiOKper aboutxnothlngt 4l Eetdrn"Hefe"TrSScIiv! Rave you," to hit Qo-r -S/F

Cgure at one ald not tar "
add
lUll. white I daaght & to ?
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'away-: She lift" her head. Standing In a! t M1 Y b ?',
Corrected to July 6 1912 "I think" the Gov rnor spoke poftIy. careless pose, apparently: regardless R ra
tfO. .36 : THE OVERSEA LIMI iED: Daily. ,c "yon wlU do that.luiywayl" what was taking, place. the mountebank 1 y

Leaves 5:00: p. m. Arrives Miami, 11:20 p. m. "Exactly :your Excellency t It happened at the,GoT rnors question; shot

West Vain Beech 2.06 a. M, Ft. Pierce 4 10 a. m. New 'in this wise" and dot without a.quick glance fl'Omblm to ber. Although .,
evidence constraint and befcltatlon. bla met my
of but an ioataot ook my /
Smyrna 8. ZO a., m. Daytona 9:00 a. m' St. Augustine 11:30 the oOeer 10'W17'J'elatecl the awry of !ad7'..'In that brief..intervlk.be read i':1

a. ra. Jacksonville 1245 p. m. Carnes through Bleeping oars the disturbance on the platform; the all that iraa lost on tbe otler't1fo; the
taking into custody: of the rogues and. sudden' desperate purpose, tb/evlndu-
C. L without
Key West to New York via the A. change.
knives, and my la/Jy'a Interest in'the bltabl 'lDtentlon, his warning; glance
Dmmg'carervice.fl: ocal sleeper'Key' West to Jack.>nville vagabond clown'-wbOse< play. ;' had 'occasioned conveyed: *At tM ". D."Ome abe noticed -

the riot 'i 1 or fancied ah*.
.' .M II* For. Local. 'Time Card. :See Tbe ,,Ticket. Office. : ecaUIM It w.aa;aeaitlcrua.deslgiMd, !thrust into: his breaat/aa* ,.If, grasping .
.. '. . : to act autnorttr>t ngtCtrlntfmipt-;; row! weapon .concealed there drew a
\4 '''lO"i"" 'b'yte :\011...IA .. ": :f ed the list'ener.. grimlr eyeing;, f or. :an ot a little, ;while simultaneously, lend. f r

''I.lA' ,. < l' ; FHt! l''tj '" \ '. shade ner*'the Governor, ber'fa.therl .'. .
"\' 'fi "Oa the oontfat7 .I'OIIJ"JCi> 81 l-' e .' 'I
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4Q / e/M;H"i, 1 Mil(W' ':ItSOt1S'. .' uiekly. -Her; d w.. It I "N tbtal',"- said the ,girl ,baatllyt For as"h8'Doors! Bliifdsand/ iil-!fait"anythingtttv, .

{t ,trtk.; ;r1"t(::> J.'Ceia tr 0reenea& SUzaIMlti su-., ,. !! ; was theloyal='the'aentlmeata nmnUyrascalllona I I 'Bolblnal" S I tiiiWIilfiratrialraii> wellMallndrU"hrdware i .
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LUGENEL'ALBURYIfe121''lemfazOt. :
call <
.. to 1., and that To be O tinned i on "
: !', ": CHANDLERY and PROVISIONS' vthe de.erved lhopttnlsht. at No I "i '\ . rboa. *eer
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PAliti'SIOUT \ojjf.J' .10' W' $ 1 .. OF ICL1tTi'QIT1
1 H ,,,'r'" .... "...,.,. .a. rDII: ,! KEYvWJ ST MORNING, ,- JOBRNAL. 11B8J'Y..n1L' .; .' ", ,. :' ./ . 'r.... , -:. /.":. ',".'" "AP... r..... Ja'.' !


,1 : ;' I-L F I' J eit ei '.'fi.TTTT' ''TTTTT- + I"two An tetras amuatng r.toy.(..hM-. ',1t'"eQareuY been devised u-By'. :,,' y'' n..TGSTEN. LAMPS ,. I.

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; .l globular cuing lIliIaed,iL' one point ; .. .
m |I. City Brevities I and held closed by a catch. Inside this SIa. '. ;. .. ,:I-' (. y..t.. .'. j"'" " ""j. ,,' 1\\

:'THE 'N AV f 1 S STOREDSPECIALS : : ............. ...... .. ..... I easing mall ball 1* packed for a a weight.parachute. The with,catch a 110.20 *. p.p. Clear- ."/."aOrkoetei/< ,' .,/,' "- ,. . OLD, ; -.db ;., ,.,.......irtCWPMCH- .' 40

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Ill , The public library will'be' closedevery of..the reosPtaosbalq! ) \ ;sbqt by a pin .810. V 1t, 1., 7 .xs .gn. I . ,j,
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: : ; ; # ;: ;: : ; y.evening. In future which; 'nwou&d,and wowed,, to.lie 60*.'|,. /'',. t ,, '' "I'I.'ye',". ',. ,,' ... : . .aK.5...
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.r ' : until further notice.\ tooee on the. ground M It will pay oat Me. p.' ' )/, t. ,.:.' 1a .\ .'. .' 1\:\';\': ee'

? In .' -0-.wife arrivals' freely"andy the'ball' thrown 'as high 20-o..'p.133o. .- f11eu'R. :. , .(: , 1,70 1'b'." b'; "' :, "{ .;, <','.. >! l''I., ' -
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were
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W. S Qourey Into the aU'M It wlU-go. : When It ; --- ' 1.4S
: from Tampa yesterday, afternoon 200 .. Po.aeu, .::1.85'? .
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; We'Want 'You to Know' That on the OI1 ett.. ootMc.lo the end of''aaeltbe..btU'WilIklio tile cord the pin 900s.p., JI'.a.d! .M ..... .J......"- .,..,....'!..+:1.M LOIi.
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kl will be Jerked Ollt .4 e. p. ;CHear (.... iwd..j U .. .::2151!
This wlU releaee the par*- y o . ( ,
painted'pin.' Finder 4 o. p. Frosted (sign lampa) N i \
A hand '
Lost 80.
11 We are Offerlnz 'Special'' Reduced Prices onOur', 'will Caroline ; -" /. 12 K. SO. 24 e. p. Otas IASBP. I, .h.u.. '- .30

street'aM'receive please/reutrntoc812 reward.Ii 92,' 40 e..p..Oeni!Asps, a'' -, a *a ..- .80
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.1I\ CLOTHING, HATS AND FURNISHINGS 'The/Mallory steamer; 'Sabln* ;arrived ''f ". /' ;( '. V '. ...,. .
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't. last night from New'York/with: r. ) : \

' t '',1'' ' Come in,.lt us,, show you solve attractive ., freight, for this. port . The { West-Electric;
'' -- -- .. .tJ Key CogS''LES'DEPARTMEN'T
; styles at' very ..low'.. ',' '.price'" ., vTber./will, be a''meeting 0 f....
' ,; Order of the Eastern Star this Ma- ,
f' d We are Specialises on High Grade Merchandise Ing at 7:30 at M.*onlo..Halt,, V '

at. Lowest Possible v Price*. tr it'' jd r ; '
Lo.t-se..r.1 ..pbototrapbs lilt I
nl lit. Finder will' please return same. .

So.Geo..Loessner>.Fronjt street. .' 4 ; I'll, n nr ._fr.!!. JII ,8 JII_ I181181P11J88_ "8888!' II88888888888
THE NAVAL STffliE -o--' : '.. ... ...
A. Mayer* and ..wife andyeti.' 8. ..e"t! .j ,e e. -.
Mayer were arrivals from Tampa I' ,
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,',j I Undersells Its Competitors 'at All Times_ 1\ "yesterday>. new.evening.on"AronoviU, -- -,- .the building. Olivette."The ,_ .ont ,/. >A' ; ,$s1o: I ',;.0'rf'o' DOLIRSIs ; j :

, >uval street Ji< progreislng-toward I
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>,'f' J, LEJBOYIT : : ,128"'DUYAL' STREET'I. completion and will be one of the I
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finest structure In tbe city. .
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LrzJU JL : Cost -Rubber tire from my bug
, Finder will be rewarded by returning '
i gy. -same to Chief H. O. Ful- Hew Parachute Toy. : the Snit :
ONE............ .,. ...... ... .......... ........... ford. 7JtO. ( Price Von. Can Buy a brat
chute and the weight Of the latter wd '

. : 1 the 'department.. Grover Dawe-of ,commerce'-special agent and Labor of- out at ,once whereupon stralghteh.the alt will descend little floater g ntty : .
A. Louis & San'sWe
. AND"EVERY:] was an arrival yesterday evening to the earth the shell preceding It. :
to be ready for another throw. .
J'P\\ on tbe Olivette. from' Tampa.\, ..- I

Rev. Mr. Newman-0- preached his : ; )ue'just rcceiv.'d an assortment of 75 Imits.
1 farewell for the Few women are called ;upon to endure \
sermon Presbyterian -
congregation Sunday. He returns the suffering of Mrs. Gaston a ''. in-all I iJ'U'ewff)' t sljlts) colors and patterns, pent

to the mainland of Florida. young patriot scarcely over twenty' by Mr. Louis Louis<< who isnow in ;j Nl W Yorkbuj-'

,-0- who saw her husband shot before her 11 R tIle Lcrt fcr ibp lovftst ptice, and it is up to' .
Insist upon vtur grocer giving very eyes. Gaston wa a physician:
you tne best c-ofluo on the market., most ardent in his sympathy for the our Phrewdrustomrb to reap: the benefit. ,.

DAYJ That means Cab wra's Coffee-SOc American army. While endeavoring to $18.00 SUITSAT ONLY $1COO( :
and 35c
// f a pound.-0- tL escape with his wife, a child of three, I .. $18.00 TO $22.50 ONLY f 12.5u AND $13.50 r
and *n Infant of a few weeks, he war :
/'<1 / t Among the Olivette the arrivals last night from were Tampaon F. M. overtaken by a party of British. WIth. : .. 5 OU yards of linen, awisaes, silks and Jowna have

J Griffith,' out being allowed a word with his wife bun into sbht vraiet dress
/ / W. F. Jane., J. Preston R. just. ci;t skirt and pat-

,/ : 1 ser.Shuler W. D Richy, and O. A.. Spen- or shoe.'a moment."The', mui of**preparation-*;which) found wa his* :: 'a ,ter$8ka placed) en our remnant. counter at tre :

V1- 1/ That you lose on account of sickness -- heart wa leveled over her shoulder." : mendic -ly''J6w prices.! .

: The steamer trout. Havana did not It was necessary for thl 'wretched : .. 2CO pair of bib grade'odd lots t and sizes '
means money to you. You cannot .arrive yesterday evening as all, boats young wife to drag her huband' body (
_. ,/ are being held for Investigation InHavan. to a place of safety and after his hasty : shot.., itgular 3.C0: and '2.50 atx>njy99 cents.A. .

,ti / ;,Z- i afford to be-sick-but you can .. She will arrive this morn- burial to make' a.way-for her' children : )lar>;e and beautiful assortment of cotton .
/ Ing. In the world. :A witness to bar sue ( e '
liten and'valentine laces, 3 y& for lOo and 5c., e
,
- cess in life lies in the life of her ion, :
this
at Drugk
\ i afford drugs '
to buy
s. .-< Boarders Wanted- A few table who became a most learned and dis : And Many Other 'Tempting 'Bargains at -.
boarders can find accommodations at gentleman.* Mr .
Unguished'Amerlcan .
'
,/f ii" : / Store'andourDrugspreventgickness1I ; . 416. William. street .(Tbe Seminole). Oaston 1 survived her husband 81 year*' j .. e. ( .... ,,
j Our rates are $$.50 per week.'Menu yet: she never left off ,her, mourning; / ')' ";. ) ....:
: .
, : r ," r: the bet",the, market afford ., 't. : & .
\ ; 'If . + and kept anniversary.of''ofher'bun. a1 t. .. .
I : "o.n'
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, . ; .f h an4'IJ murdert Pd' e i I+ { v' 1, "' .FM.iScy, 'It
: < CBEOGAREY' '&CDy i:'p'rjends'ot'Attorney' ); ;.:: 11-1Itlpg pr a r .. r4
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.'v" : / 'i,': ;. ,, ''be-glad :to; .that", ,,h.s .uhtundrdaily'tiffs'. ''M '"....'. ' ; IJjl'; ';'1; Q Q : .. : ::o:,/i ,... ... p ,; 1 I ;-. : ':'%:) ..1....
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'f''A.I> ; j jr.; ;: ;;;.. 'i g[f.liti i ,, i toll( 'anil rtU;: b rVs I'BQtB'':.j fILl'Harris condition{ ','bas;.li.3n.tuli. >fit bera! ,' !:, ;:Very'i Improved 5 -; dangerb. ,- .: Mill sly.c 'demuaed. '.The; 'i.tucinatioun.to. better:of, ad"lUItacIIthaD woman_ 'worn I ;;S:' Q I I!: ..'.e,",.....,.'! i./," ",,r+..".iii,ay.eM .'.)I.'..i:1i.j : .: .
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). .r ;rr' ..., ,:i ; /: : ". '_ : 1. '.'..- *" Iv, t./:" tir ,4n',_,,,r.fa.. I IMtNfErivN f'rt'' ,> N.-' i ,->7 i $ 'fit..',,,, .upon .'"rt n afternoon,shortly afte* ;: 9g>88. 8 .j 898898 II ".Ii '" jail a888" 8 88 881J88S989888888. 4

. , .. i KraF.ieid..............., .. ............ Tbe pa1'ln. force 'on/ 'J>Division- 1 lbd''tetreatfrom(New.Torki: :wben,,',.. tt 'i ..9titJ"_-, ,,_. ,,,\
'
street are showing, great'jirogressevery .' rr bp, o), I British soldier '.were' de- . ..' . ;*' '. ..... .. . . .1 .
/ ... .., ' .. ; II< .. . .. .. f *-. *.. .* .,
.. '., douse : ,' '' ' < ,
"'itr. :: :,: ,'c. 'f' ,. day Division Is going to ,bea."claay" I slitert t the of a Mrv.Murray: r. "" I 4 :. ": .f1'h''J..... ..... '" 1i.It .-' ," ,. :
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r- street when the work is who- p"e then"besides cake and wine q. "
; West-Furniture. Co. completed; I loch t'sprlghtlyconversation ,that'the ): 'ALM'BEWCH CLOTHES'

;r: feJfe: :| __ ....... iOn remained two hoarse-Just long enough I
: > account of the serious illnessof o'allow Oener Putnam; the last toeavetheclty.'to : '
: his wife. Mr. Ed. Hj. Goehring re- \ make retreat across ( I,

tu6edto,, the .city from Mexico Sat- the dangerous highroadon which the .
__ Asks the following' Questions: urday. Mr. Goehrlog and family will rltI.1Ienwera loitering. t LWash Suits ;
return to Mexico
as soon a* .Mrs. :
Think of the Inner'excitement of ,
Goehrlng is able to travel.0 .
___ 1: Do you need'a Bamboo porch screen ? - this gentle little Friend, how her. eyes j
_
__ mutt.have shone and.her cheeks crlm-
/ 2. Do bar ? Rev. L.. F. Chapman, pastor of .
you need an extra Mosquito Stone coned as moment after moment paused
11'11favor\
Church
the -
h I Men'sMissionary PM she realized that she had saved j
3. Do you need an( ex tea.. porch chair or two ? Street Methodist. society church of the Fleming 1'"'tart of ihe American army! Such a'
: with A mlslonary -
address situation seems almost Impossible to JUST THE THING FOR
.-: 4. Did you know that we are headquarters for everything the Harris High 'tonight school building.at 7:80: In at its now, does it hot j .

: in the furniture line ? Itatlons extended to'all.o louts Bachant secured by EH. Jo. 1 THIS WEATHER
- eph from Des Moines, U doing all .
/ __ _FOILSALE.b'Ine .. theArummer'sbackstopping i
whileQossett :
,< / It matters not what it is, quality of aollra sand. Partlculaurly and Castle are laid uj)>. .i'I P
suitable for the top dressIng The freak game of the .ealOn to = I
of sidewalks. Has been
Inspected date wa played by.' Jersey and
City
/ v- we haye'it, and, at prices eer.and The approved Porter Dock by the Co. city e-SO engin tf Toronto on.May r. when ten' pitcher "

were""used six by Jersey City and four i

' ; : that defy competition. H. J. Peacock-0--of this city announces by Toronto. The Skeet 'r. won by A .
that lie will enter the haberdashery core of IS to It, probably! becausethey I
business in Miami. air teed more pitcher! :

: ;: Peacock has been a very successful ------ :
j ,' .
Key West Furniture Company. Key West merchant and his son will I' ilOLKOISKYi
contlnue-hls business here. :
: :
'1 -0-- Gliflir A M. N. W IlrIttld! : j
: The L. C. A. park on Duval streets .
.
r ", 700 Duval St. . .. >! being number appreciated'of-citizens! ,. by, who an ,find Incr.4C .It..a- ?tl "lni, ud Mali;Hit Nape.VV' .\ : < .i, ,j; ,. ;" 'IA . '" ,....,... ; ; i

pleasant retreat these warm even Re1i le'Mdse Diibutor.
_I : tugs. since the city father have ; J

!>'i = ............................................."..... It generously ha* become supplied quite It with light .

l S .. ,- . '--0-popular. . . ... . dir. . .,t .fr.. . . + * . '
S. FOR SALE. I
.
Fine quality of itoltr sand. Par. w - --

I.: FURNITURE : tlculaurlr suitable for the top dressIng ..THECOFFEE 'L." .
I DEALER : of sidewalk*. Ha been inspected 9reaux ,,
and approved by the city engin ,
eer. The Porter Dock ()o. e-SO tf W SHOP WATCHMAKER. &: 'JBTWELERTnrai.v
"- Ian .
-e-- '* : H o ;

ti's Chas. P. Cochran convicted of Corner of Greene ,a I 1.se fwaUUif' U. delicate watckaoa v tf
Furniture FUipatrick
*; Floor Coverings murder ''In the second SK 1
.. degree was
tteaal 'iHts
Window; sentenced to life Imprisonment by is the I :best place to get pieara. Ooffeq; < ; 4- /'- I
F. : Shades, Crockery : Judge Bethel :yesterday.: Cochran's CboooUte. safarit D"YAL bT7Dry s .1I"
daodwiobea flow'trik
i attorney asked: the court that he I "
;A, Trunks, Framed Pidtures. admitted to ball and Judge Bethel be l There nothing: that.gives and Boip!: .. _, 'l
.e--___ fixed the amount at 15000. one so much pleasure as, the, '
-- - --ff: - .-" - -..- -:: r. JJ
Stoves '
Bedding;
-.
+ w0 U- Kendrick
-1 RING.; .In'thsfirst "
e' i The funeral of little Jack Wilma. GUARANTEED "i \ t3' , .
'. the''' baby victim place, a rln..Is attractive liIf" "
of the fire of last 4
' tt ,
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Saturday cause much' admiration ana E Morales r & Coe < 'f" .
morning
HOUSE was held
'f'
GS GOODS yester ,
IJURNISHI I .
.
? day :afternoon. The little boy who always Indicate prosperity .1 .. .. :DENr1ST {
.. ; .:!"rlf! .. Ll: ll f.fi ; : d"1tf"v-: . ', t" was x' If yon are not'3weartng'a'W..kW ;
.-w9r; .,..'J/oI'I"\f.-"f1 .. :.; ; " : one year'and five months old, ... < GOLD 'kowNkBIUDGEWOat ,,iOfltce
. could not survive the burn aDd ;W. ,, GUARANTEED ':.' I 'n \ \fJ
.iIHATS --
*
OUR AND WE fj
BUSINESS -
>,. hock RING let me suggeet that your ,/ f8.30to
J .. and. passed away ., '>, '
yesterday ; f &a u MX.
;
Roun
: next be of '. : If'
morotag. He gift to yourself one / <:
r' '., : : ': T1iRIGHTPE0PL1tTABUY". : .. mother In the was fltr laid cemetery./beside>The hi* these ',>famous.I rings 'that'\ are :: '\ )t <'\ r. '{of":: Office ever Otto' Dross Stpr* yis r'i ;
''
J .c 1\ father. ,the made 'sx> well.that,, they canbe, ; ; :r ,P ..'Nn 9802 .J'%;
only sitfBld
OUR
: 'cUTOMERS. remaining
,' ;'t.j ,,5 ." ' e" ',. '\'fROM> ; .ASK . . .' '. '.., of the family,1 is in the hospital membe;and! '"' guaranteed' ":., r ; **OA:" ,GASOLINET ''f, or 1y.\_ : .:;r---:. . ." 0/,'- .;
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/' (, ,:( ,'-11 ,. t.: 'v4''' "" ""':"' '"''''. ;"zr 1H''f; i_'' the sympathy the entirecity, .goe t ,W..W..W.RINGB, !/ an 'be.Fbad'tnthousands ". I ; V \k r' >;j"V' .. .'- ,
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; ''' ;' ; : ..out..... ,.to. the.. bereaved and.Injured man. of different Stoves. i '' : ., ';f. .-.styles- 11 popularly, pricedeach -' ; ';,. : ROrOs.u.B:? .
,( -,. .. ""' .1'T.H'O..I.'A.\ .,'S' tE.REEDYl 'e,. '" : : one guaranteed. : i;',.' *.'.,.,.,... . y aidSlze'; ; ; Wilt'1'recetvdfit't' ; { ef-T, : i
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