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 13, 1912
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091654
Volume ID: VID00105
Source Institution: University of Florida
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..ltAFTA; : ET NURSE CROSLIUID ;COMPANY IS .: DEMQCRATSll1PJ' A'STRUNG N' P '"NEAR:'BEER" 'GOING- OUT SENSATION in cw !KANSAS CONGRESSMAN" :': i .-


'.TO BUILD'BIC" WAREHOUSE r OrBUSINESSCEOBGI4" WANTS jPURfABRlC I BILL L LIs

j 'ROOSEVELT WORSE : '..... ( . 'f fOR: ''WILSON Of SECOND'UECIMENJCapt. .

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Will be the, Largest Between ;' Alexanderippin$'' 'Substitutefoe' -. a Good ,Thing and IsyAl: '/' ' k'

;so'' Says Temporary_ Chairman Jacksonville. and Key est Clark:and Underwood both '"Near Beer" Bill"; Max Moritz Will be most gas Necessary as Pu 0 ',, '

II of. National .Prohi'ttonv&iton -Cost $12,000" to Have' Conferences 1' k., Passes House. /I,* Tried for Violation of 2 .7' Food. Law ': 'i 1'i
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t" .4litIon +Miami;' July 12. The ee.t With Nominee' .. Atlanta July 12.:-The Alexander Articles of Wdr Washington 1-' July 12.-A "pure 4+,

. warehouse,on tbe Florida oast'coastbetween ....J Tipplns substitute; for the famous fabrics bill" the first of Its kind to 13

_ 4;;.; .-Atlantic;.CltrrN: ; 'J; JW Hi;-:- Jacksonville and Key'' ,:Wiest Sea Girt K :J., July 12.-Governor "near 'beer" bill. one of the most (Fro mthe Times-Union) b 'ebrought before the congrecs of

S :fl'he eleventh prohibltlogconvgatlop? ; will be built by the Crosle.nO 'company Woodrow Wfll\ .on announced today drastic prohibition measures' In the A genuine' 'sensation was sprung In dulled! States, has been intro'r,
I '' little in 'that he l tad set aside three bours history of the state was adopted today In the house of repreontatives ,
net here, but has progressed this city> work on the concrete .. tt.e Black Point camp of the Seco'nd by Representative 4
Burdock of Kan
of Saturday afternoon b. devotedto .
the house otthe. general
; by assembly -
1eyondhe preliminaries to 'begun.
-orsan"Uatlon. piers' having already a conference with Speaker Champ regiment infantry, National Guardof sass
f .' The plans drawn 'by Architect'Gel- Clark who Is coming 'here from' by a vote of 129- to 42. Florida yesterday, when, Capt The bill, If' enacted Into law, would ,,

Indications( of a strong under cut-1 ger;.provide'foT a building that will Washington to,have, 'a long talk with Supporters of the measure in tho Max Moritz Company F; of,,TampVwas require-tie-labofuugvt-nn'c1etl 1 eo I s

rent of ,Insurgency were - } woro buying wool, shoddy, sillc
the. --Wilson
t forecast.RgJo.J'ht..b-IIOmr-tbe-! ( | storage Bp cl! The 'two' floors of; to campaign-which inset with little opposition In the before a general pourtmartlal to bo or cotton. ,
is to make .
1 r. more progressive;: and aggressive delegates l- the warehouse with Its surrounding for.tho Underwood presidency'Depreeentative of. Alabama senate. (The vote by which the moas- tried on charges of disrespect and 'u MMr.' Burdock claims that ouch a '

'In the'coming campaign. platforms and dock will contain> 'floor leader In the house 'of ure was adopted today also was sufficient fering' violence to Lieut. Col, George law I. as nccoasary to the peopleto, .
nearly 80,000 square feet. The total to the bill in the event prevent fraud as was the passage .
l' The feature of the day, 'Wednes representatives will it Is understood pass A. Nash of Ocala the ...
cost of the docks and warehouse commanding of the pare fooJ law in b'haif ot the ,
come next week to have a con- that it should vetood bY.
be Gov. '
the address of Temporary
day was willbe close to IS,000, ference with the officer of the regiment. people. r ,
governor ,
.. Chairman Howard, of Rochester Brown. .
Capt. Moritz Is specifically charge
The coming here of these two men .
who roundly denounced Taft and As adopted by the house, the Alex- violation'of '- Mrs. H, Cateman was an' arrival ,
who with
were Wilson's rivals at Balti- a the 20 and 2trt!:
KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED ander-Tlpplns bill prohibits the sale last night from Tampa on the .011- J ,
Roosevelt and the republican., and more for- the presidential nomi-na- articles of war, which are as follows: vette. "

democratic parties genorally. He tlon, and have since assured 'him of beverages containing more thanonehalf "Article 20. Any officer or soldier ...

clrio!:: 1t< I'.at the prohibitionists were FOR "SHACKLE"GOWNFashioii of their heartiest cooperation, will of one per cent of alcohol l who b hayesjLl.mseJjLwitblJlsrosiiert Mrs. \'\". I lough ton was an arrival'' t
entirely dispel all talk of'coolness between .
.
In
f anywhere the state .oLQoorgla.lnaddition from e
Tampa yesterday ,
the real! progressives In politics. afternoon on
toward his :
.them and the successful oancidat commanding o.l'.ocr shall
-- to this provision, which was HIP,Olivette. .
.. III aracterlzatlon of Taft as aimed at the "near beer" saloona.stringent be punished as a courtmartl.il! may ..
"wet n<.l se to the saloons" brought. Decrees That the
I measures are provided direct. / Mrs. R. Jack returnred to the cityInat

tot th many "amens" and his declar- Last Word in Tight Skirts Meteorite lilts M01f.nWa. which practically will put the ban on "Article sf.' Any offlcoj1 or aol lt'ler ' night on the Olivette After a vie- ;J ;. CIt
that Roo.evelt.was the least'I locker clubs of every description who In Tampa. .
tt )n Must Come on any pretense wli.ilso- ; .
t"Jlrtble of all the candidates, caused I Reno. Nev.-A prospector on throughout tho state.LOCAL I ever, strikes his superior clllcer! or I .'
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Mount Como writes from Rayton The change of schedule of the East I
1 a prolonged demonstration. Of that the part of the mountain whore XOTJTK: TO MAit1NE1i8.Florida : OIHWB or lifts up anye.II"'II.: or of Coact railway goes Into effect tomor- a '
has
New YorkJuly 12.-Fashion .i'S'i
Y'oodrow Wilson he said : fers-any\ violence agaln's'' Mm, bolus '" '
"He Is a good man, perhaps", but developed tho "shackle gown", a he and others were located was' terribly ---- I IIllllsboro hi thr execution of his olliju, or d'! row morning. I
West Tampa
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.shaken' by the coast 1.1ay.1
form of the striking of the
had men' In very much exaggerated I
we Have 'good/ the white cbr-ys any lawful command: of his f'
bay light No. 10, The torn- Mrs. Alfred Lowe and
earth by a meteorite on the afternoonof young son .
with neither shape' nor style.
hobble
hens before, and they have gone outwilt fi'iperlor officer, shall suffer ,ilciith,
structure from which this returned from i
The NationalLadies' Tailors andIreesmakers'Aseociation July 4 just before sunset. The me- porary Tampa yesterday afternoon (
lie country more saturated: or such other punishment as a t
held the teorite Imbeddod ,Itself In the mountain light has been recently suspended, reported on the Olivette. ,
will urn than when they went In. / comtinartlal may dire"' !, \y
first session .of its convention yes- aide and left little trace except down and light extinguished ',' ... .'
ho trouble
It Is
allnp'; ( grew> oil rooms ,.
volumes of dense sulphurous fumes July 12. 1912.! will be replaced as For R decided
terday and now styles were of .ol. Nash's ,
'L\I: (;I"ACTI-IU O G\oI.! by secret'ballot- tho answer and a cloud of dust that did not dissipate soon as practicable without further repeated rjiiiouslrancero for light housekeeping. Apply( to 419 :
upon Capt. Moritz, who 1 la the
I'um.mindlug -
1 btllInaDUraure) of gas has been not to be made public until Saturday I for an hour. The shaking of notice. officer of Simonton street. j .
bogus 'at Key West, Fla., by the night. BuUa big majority of the vot- the earth was accompanied by a List of lights, etc., AtlanUc coast, Coninany Pr 1')1'a.owlnK : \. ; '0 -.$
Key West Gas Co., for which a plant ers favored the "shackle gown." sharp reverberation.; This news Is 1911,' p. 130 No. 1304. I ; an enlisted m4'".. 6hs! command Lost-A child's gold braeelft with '' i L "* .."
Was completed recently. Dressed''as'' { The '"shackle" will be made to fit.I I. supposed to solve the mystery of a By direction of the Commissionerof \ to wear .the uniform of an of. ."Dot Uwlnu" engraved: ou IU Return I

r mechanic Mayor J. N. Fagartyof! the flgure-ejurctly, hugging It straight' distant rumbling beard In,.this city Light. ho uaeoW.. C. Dubrell deer as at well ceremonies and official duties .to 419 Simonton street and rccolvo j '
otherwise
Key Went, started the, operation, of 'down to tne) .knee. Halfway between'tho j late on the afternoon of .th ;Fourth. Inspector / as 'a exorcisingthe reward. "4.
authority of commissioned ,officer .
the)machinery and because of the ,., f ,'I'I
knee and the ankle there will bea t. ki the' Guard of Florida. -
deep'1ntere3t ho has shown in the silt filled with heavy Russian lace. ALARMING 'tlaUonal'. i I I
'roYldliig of gas for Key, West, the iJrrotn too prpepectus it would. seem BUILD BIGGEST WARSHIP ( INCREASE OF ; ?. Y.. -k

.. '.. gap .stove in his residence was tho :to'.be a"combination of':'the ,;:lobble .H, O. Evlat.on"aDd wife;; were .arrl't I .

,Jtlrp 1D thc'Citr\to'; bo pacod) In sep- sheath, andthe plaited.skirt., : IN'COUNTR': .yals sterdsy afternoon oil tUo Oll-) I
fr" !! yf ,
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:'a' ndastRlat" :.AN9.QUH SAYS _
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: -.. (: jsi wqs' gergeously and varlouslywdeoor:
t German Make Aviation RecorduxLajpelo _h. ,.,.1. ,,., "; ,0.v". ."" ,.. ,. t>1'...." t'V.," : .. .atb4 btll I h.'ttJ'il'D.dl( f"Tamttat; .b.'
--Oattosenyti he'i0ermnliti habit t" eJtT.1Jfh.1); Wln
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'tn g.at 4itfor: :tdehpngs.;atrs; ,:,..I.I .
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,4 .";Wa.Liniton,4"rrul. '11;.Senator ew'Ydrk.July; 19. 'l ureti, olr tnee.nl'! !:tlastlght3lt.tbe'
i ants;'four different styles., 'ron t ,"l
{ todgs''bJSh1s'Fon, street
i Hdiw+e'i AI a N jgiiubwaI'.sty1e:" 6r. .:.. eiiilat.1oop, 'L. u1maUctodeJdtatgalelatta0hitr: i IfectedTb'y'stitlstJcaPexpert, bW : .\\.'
,4' lfaI1 F pjetrohzDtlldlt ty at old, 'qua1It"at,3.U--; '"? 1 the, senate, a. ''movement. to;: have .the thaXsulcIdeIs,,Increasing! eta rapid 'missionary( rally will be held a* '"

IF kd4,11at', et'; lhelreae to, r. \IrwBlue *eAJnbotb .t'lel/subway i United'States' .build thebest,. battle- rate; throughout the United. States; Memorial ohurfch next Tuesday night 'H

.r ed lecq of Antoaic Joep;or'C4fgulartcut.lj6; quality at] stafp-iilie; _' 'world; ; can ever,construct, / Reports from,sixteen 'cities show a The''public! is' cordially invited. I'" ;.
., urcofee"king.v, aer4gefu $8.48f besides 60. (different,patterns I| I
a t ere"yesterday byamagjtton $6 pants a( $3.48.- 4|I and then )v!th draW'" from the inter general rate pi 19.0 per' 100,000 of eor cantaloupes s. Virginia cab- ..

pmsigls'because ,hernncfoioould Our line of Earl &/Wilson shirtsIs natlonal fac'e for, big battleships populaton of'suicide, cases for 1911, bage, new potatoes,' sweet potatoes, )I

;- ,not' produce legal, proof our strongest leader--come quick j. turning attention to "other and 'moreuseful' as against 17.7 per 100,000 imputation onions and chickens today at Allan

;of Jttlp. tnsdivatahlp.} and pick your choice, ; *Earl & Wilson '', expenditures." in 1910. I B. Cleare & Co. itl I'
-'fr.ti' """ collars also." To quote the senator these are: .
7 : :.TPollcemxii iTurnii'flanker. Red Men. collars, 1-4 sizes; come "Good roads, controlling the 'floods These statistics show that tho lar Mr. and Mrs Patrick; Stlcknoy who I .. '

'Chicago-Lieutenant John Dawn- and get your,supply. In Mississippi Valley and drainingthe gestz'porc gntage of suicides In any reside on' Margaret street are the i

ex has resigned from the police force CHARLES DAVIS, swamps in the south/find Irrrgat- one city Is that of San Diego, Cal., proud parents of a fine. baby. girl! :

I to become a banker. During his 23 109 Duval. street opp. Hotel JeffeT' Ing th "arid land. in ,the west. where In 1911 the percentage of suicides n very recent.arrival. I,
years service 'on the department he son. His resolution calling upon the 1I. 4Thomas
+ hag accumulated ,a fortune of more naval affairs committee to Investigatethe was G9..9 per 100,000. A delightful card party was enjoyed 4r

than 100,000 by Investments in real AS TO THE UNIFORM. feasibility of the project was delayed by number! of the young people R Marshall / ,
estate. He Is to become head of the by the Lorimer cpso. MUS. OTIS JOHNSON HACK. last night at 'the homo of Miss r.:
Dauphin park bank after Aug 1. It is rather unfortunate that ant /, .Mary Moss on Duval street. Si'

misunderstanding has arisen am") )!t 'nrler HAH "Charmed" Life. Mrs. Otis 'Johnson and little' L ( .'fi

Famous .Ig.te AbandonM. the soldiers and sailors as to the attitude daughter, Helen returned from Tam Cabbage cantaloupes, peaches,. "
Washington! -The -frigate Constellation of the' churches of Key ,Wnrttoward Philadelphia-William E. darter, new potatoes, sweet !potatoes, and ;'. to
Trillion's gallant old ship : tile n and /their) ,.attend \nce the TI nlc'wre-ek! survivor who sustained pa yesterday afternoon, where Mrs. chickens today at Allan II. Cleave & .":J : 1'.

which cleaned. the Atlantic of.French on our al.' MCOB. J know I ut'e'?: 'Ihe << a fractured skull while playIng Johnson went to. be at the. bedsideof Company. It ',.\,>. :14.i I

privateers and struck the 'colors of -- ".i-uen13 of each and every pnftor polo at tho .rYI>) Mawr Country her father, Capt. John Lowe, In
I many a hostile craft in the war of when I say there Is .cordial welcome Club several weeks ago, his so for his last Illness. Capt. John Lowe Among the arrivals from Tampa ,':: $1: J ,
: 1812, lies oc Newport,'R, '!., with for them in our churches whether in recovered us to permit of Ills removal on the O'.lvutta; yesterday afternoon; <, ... .
bottom In a state of>/decay. Many uniform or 'out of It. We all are glad: 1 to the summer home of the Car- was a former Key West citizen and were P. L. Harris C. O. Hush, L. j "r:4"+'M01j j !.
Patriotic societies are pressing the to see them In our congn-egatlong ters a.t\ Chelsea. The 'yitn lg athlete was well known here He has been Jackson, L. P. Sruand 1 nod .\V. M. .

navy department toseo to It that she Come and hear tis.' You need the gbsf who rowed away from the sinking seriously sick In Tampa for some Ferron.T. 'f ,:' A; ,(!
Is asotbe&8.and cerjMmly;: with J.: Bruce J may has had it's .
preserved. 'ei as well : ship time, and a few days ago Mrs. John- -
the slightest I second miraculous from death T. Thompson, Mrs TbompHonand .t
--- I there Is not l-j'e.uion escape father's
went to' her bedside.!
Mother and Daughter \\(! Chicago-'A mother and daughterwere rather 'like to see it I in the consre- mother, eaU; : "It does seem that Captain: Lowe died Saturday morning Thompson will leave July 1 10(i on I the ,
brides in a double' wedding at gr.tlon1'h11e I am pastor of the Willie has a charmed 'ex'stenre. It At the Oordon-Kellur hospital, wherehe :Mallory steamer Sabino for N'''w -- '1

Geneva Ill, today The parent bride IJnptist: church and frequent y have will be a long time before ho is. able was under treatment. A. host of York city and other points in tho Furnished ni>artmonts for rent. 1 1I
Aurora 32 north. They will be- nwny throe or I K. I R. Hayes, Ki)2) ICaton St.12tt. I
was Mrs. Helen Bums of I Ihece soldiers and sailors w-ih us, I to be out again but the phyalctans friend In Key West heard with regret Apply to
married to Coud) have- that ho will mendmaro four month ....
years old, wfto was :1m sure similar kind tcella-si are of the opinion iof ,
Boight of Davenport Ia. At the same ray atIding pl co'in all our chuchgs. rapidly 'at the shore." the death of Capt. Lowe. I ---- !

time Ida Bullis. Mrs. Bullis' 16yearold (/'time and test,us. A fine lot of Virginia haul lio-n daughter. wa married to John C. E. W. DOB Bd. "STOLK"! : A DEPUTY HII, n"'J.'. HAIT'IST Oll'ltCII. cabbage and! Georgia cantaloupes today quality of nnllcn sand I'artlruluEirly :
Jensen 23 years old, also of Daven Pastor Baptist Church. at Allan n. Cleare! & Co.: 1 It t suitable for the top
port. / Lake Charles, La., July 12.-An- Sunday school 9:30: a. m. F. F. InK <>f sld"weJks.l l hiss lii-ou .ln |>c'Oteil t ,
FfIT EIGHT drew E. Denby and Will Collins Hoffman superintendent. Preaching /itteo. -Wlllams.) Frank Gomez und approved| liy Ito city cimlncer. I '

Doable SulrUle' in Lake. SUJ4.... NKWVK8TKRUAY. : both of them union men, are In jail services 11 a. in. and 7:3.0: p. m. and Jose Jar on are anticipating\ The! Porter I>o<>k (.... fl-UO tf
Waukegan; 111. The bodies of '- here charged with the abduction of Morning subject: "Christ's Inheritance with much pleasure a regular Spanish ,

James G. Smjth, and his wife were The subscription books of The Deputy Sheriff WJ11 Grant ham from In His Saints." Evening: "Na- dinner which will be served FOIl HAM''. ..
withtheir / I lumber mill where he man's Pride." them tonight at.-the Gold Sup Cafe Pan: .
found la the lake yesterday Morning ournal had forty-eight the Calloway Fine quality of sullen! "nand.tlrnlaurly '
limbs bound together and all natne4\ oi subscribers on thorn last was on duty .. a guard Tuesday Come and worship with us. ou Duval street. Sr. Jardon is the I pultnhlo for the top (ell'PS' i

the evidence pointing pioneer/real night fiat' they did not (have yester-I night of this :week.CONGRHUATIONAij. C. E; W. Dobbs pastor. proprietor of the cafe. lug of sldewalkH.", Ilnn", been inspected .
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suicide. Smith was a day morning;: and these1 forty eight and approved by the city cnglu- -
The downtown section Is being .
estate operator and made a fortune. names ot new subscribers were add- : CII VUeH'. FIRST .CHURCH OK CHRIST.. eer. The Porter Dock ("0. O-80 tf :.
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the
greatly Improved by rapid layingof
Then began Investing la raining ed by 'the personal solicitation of -
J>.I'oJecta.'Soon he lost .allots wealth. "our boy..'. We .have fourteen of the William street. First Church of Christ, Scientist. new sidewalks. It is to be hoped 1 (
The last piece of property to ,,0Wal most tndustripus boys to be found In Sunday school 9:30: a. m., Mr. C. Corner Division 'and Georgia sts. that all the property owners will Uv LOCAL WEATHER REPORT
at not to .
their sidewalk once so
his home The old cpuplo.,wero seen the city; and as wo have said before 0. Lewln Supt.PreachAg Sunday services: Lesson sermon leave bad breaks In a block as thatIs r---- .,
walking to the lake shore. There wo ,are, genuinely proud?:of them. services 10:45: a. m. 11 a. m. subject: Sacrament. Golden any "
they are'.appose have Bound their' They are all One fellows and they Subject: The Praying Mother. I text, Colosslani 3:17.: Sunday; school otherwise complete. U. H. Department or AcrlQulture. .

arms together ,with cords.and hand are workers. Those ,of thorn.-' 'who Samuel 2:1.: 10 a. m.Vednelday. Weather Bureau
,. kerchiefs and"waded out where .the ..JI1acle' ,.lhon( r roll for thl, morningare Music by the choir. \ evening( meeting 8 p. HT. PAUL'S CHURCH. July. 13, 1012. :, 11' '1 ''
water was sufficiently. deep todrown, : Ray Toght Albert Sanchez Su- Evening service 7:30"p.: 'm. :A ope- m. -Reading room, same place open .' J:
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them. / .ter Gamble and Paul ,Llghtboum.Tojnorrow clal subject: Rebuilding\ the City Monday."Wednesday and Friday, 10a. Rev. C. T. Stout Rector. 7 A. \(. ' 7 1'. M "'. '\j

'; : imorning will probably find Walls. TJchemlah!17. m. to 12 m; All are welcome at Holy Communion 7 a. m. Barometer O.Ol': 30.03: +' {''it
"v '.Th" gas.which: Is being'manufac- other boys on this honor oll, for the 1 Music bJ:' the -choir;; reading room and services.A . Sunday' School 9:45 a. m.'Morni'ng Temper i turo 84. 84 I', ':]

taped. In the') plant -Just comp'otedatey : boys are going to try to'make' tn-. 'Tuesday "onlng| <7:80.- rnlow of 'service'. and sermon at Wind Velocl'y 1 5 ;. ". ''It.
I K West Fla.; is,, 'of *. more proflt- the best day of'Jtho' week. If you can Sunday sclJoollelson/ by T the pastor young ain was started at 11 a. .m. Wind nirnoUon! N. N. W. '. .

I hl!bl. variety..than.that produced 'at help them out, do so- They will ap- i Thursday- evening" 7:30, prnyer San Carlos last night by the leaking Evening' service and perpsOlt. 4Subjects at Slate of Weather. Cloudy Cloudy .1 '
\ Chicago altinlore.-r-Indnstral! preciate It and,so will we, ) meeting. ota Ore extlngul her. It seems that 7:30 p. m. t r 3 I' I
I i""fndeL:1> Everybody welcome the! extinguisher had been 'loaded a : How-. shall! -we interpret I .I; '_:.1'
J r m Wolfson are S. Kay: Darlingfori'pastor! : little too full' which, resulted in a the physical disasters of the world H. Temperature A9 \ ,d,1 1
.\ . Mr. and Mrs.jLouls is the result eta long L. Temperature -, 79 !
: made Civilization .
leak last night. The leak a '
/ ivil l inastt3 A"scHOtirE t. 'now In Berlin and from there expect M. ,
.. "'vette did not o lq Havana biasing,Jloise. .and the house was process of Overcoming\ ) The Spirituallife Temperature. ,84 ; .
contom- The/ as .
:: . ,u.., .., to. go to Paris. )fr, Wolfspn -through conquest.. The L. '
of some fine last'rrfi\ft bat will remain at: the darkened ,for a picture, the_a1lery arise. ' . v1. 4
jot:>t.. Johno/Newfoundland; ,.Julyl, !#|. plates the purchase'for.the Store of Fash- doc1- -until tonight:when she _111'r.- became ,alarmed and made a rush man'- who.1I(1U( live a.good life meets '4 manaoJ'u1713., .., t .u. .

;:A"" whalo rammed ',the' a schooner Em-: goods Aa In Paris Paris Is the --home of fashion tum;.to- .JDP..TWt. Olivette will not : for .the. exits.. A: few people down- with resistance Be not overcome'of Sun Rises ..iI'of. 45 ;. i:;
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evil but overcome evil with good. Hun SU > 6.20 '
1 PiP. severely'thtttftefcre'. 'of sltl Welt will be. make furthettrips: '"aa.anan : Ulrs followed atlit'ht'here, waa'Do'
so hkdlc .of Key lrseciaHjry c.IYt '
'tne. ''' A cordial Invitation to all these High Tldq 6.44A. ::
aid:ti had '. >Midoa the lgtereetpdfa/ prF"""' lI passengors? ar>t allowed to leve.there aangler at'aU and they were .soon \ > 19 Low ,. ". :{ ...?i
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;!#i : .' Coffee : The dt ? 'iP.. iii! flIII._ .llfill! ==ltlli: 1ff I

i f'ki : rw'::: : : ': RetaUerAU' ..ntionrt ) yl, ''''My%Jy father Lady baa bate,'perhaps you; and, a.you--.Undard*. , ., . / J: ,.' J

!. w, 1 .'.f.\. .* 'I 1 r of her own for judging 1Unmlndfijl 1
., Ii!, ". \ i, 1'4.,1<:, ,v r.' \ ,.. OF THE ''of' Ironltfal! Incredulity, | | > THE FIRST ATlDijAt BAffK J : -.II| |

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'>'" " ', '. 1'ricrof 'Coffeeare" '- t.:... : totakli/ refuge In the wheelhouse;
: '. I :'M() nt: show; whe: 8an<:hei'7tad-seeprber g-..,. OF KE-Y .WEST ''=
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;. Steadily risih" and 'there ", ,, : .
J: /: \a'S, ,.. isno alarmed abe,,,hael tied Mindly r down '" 5 r. r-- ": 4

;: rlt; . prospects of ';lo er liguras' for: the '' FREDERIC'SItAMf the' ;passage; 'waited, then bearing S Capital .' S1oooooa': \nS

'. 'Lr' '.. ..,. ,,;-';- ;\:. : ," pr ent..As cpnsequenoe,- the ; By_ A.,....., ._ them do all'.I had coming J opened< at: 'a.the"loss''wheel-houa what,, elseto 1 1 Surplus and' Undivided Profits _546,000. iI s{ .

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." ;',:.:. '.. price of the groun \article will :also ,l..The' Str01llrs'' door;" run4 Into, the .torH'OOmF"What rA 'J\'JI
"UiltierT6.lRoee" from there, disconnectedly 1 1 I ISi '
34 ' ' be ";, ibe'bad seen 'Total Resources, Over! One: Mil-
raised !
by the different i -
: roasterssupplying , 6'W -also she referred; bU re*> .
.. lion Dollars) t: :., "s S
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l it. there cue of,the others;,nil remaining, .
Perhaps. are. ,.. I'' _
, wA .ruu hind to bear the bruot-.l bray an -
many among you who ar already r ut.: she knew" ''oil' Her tone became. ,=. 'D po itarr and Disbursing Agent. ol 'the. U. S. Govern men. =

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paying this penalty.; I have Ae 'tremulous."Who ,betray h. IDCI T". Hl.. woke, '

cured several lots, thoug at I II bold and sco>ang, Interrupted., II 1 I- OFFICERS I DIRECTORS .
I I She answered., It.was like speaking .
such figures a' leave the q.tse.1M 4'ra.adt.arrda 0. I .
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o some one In a ,tomb: "The soldier ,JobD, Ix we, Jr.
'pll*ce unchanged, as l long as 4e terrogatory extraordinarywere no I you bonD4'p"eJ b. alarm." u = ISeo'tv': Allen;President; John! W7 Allen- '

longer pressed Into' service; the King .. Front behind the) ban came aTmocto .= 'o.,Bowie Patterson, Vfoe-pres. Goo. L. Lowe., oI
to'
lots last. \ had ordered them relegated the '
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lag laugh. William R. Porter.
\ shelves 'of the museum. The cab Oo. L. Lowe, Cashier.
Tou don't believe ner* Sbe caught O. Bowne Patterson.
nons, or black holes! Louis XL built Charles I
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A. Collins, Auk Cable
her breath.
them; the carceres durl and v.ade; la II CbM. A. Oolllrn,
HE PRICE IS 25c PER POtnsrDe pace, however, dated from Saint Mauritius "Believer Of course." lUobard U. Kemp, Asst;Caah11r.'fir.sluts sea w. tllen.
tbe' "You don'U"! she said, and dune
fourth abbot ot' Mount.
for ibe good and reliable article tighter to the Iron. 'grating. "And I
satisfactory "And the Black Seigneur? How have

: whiclNul.s made "EL CENTRAL". famous foroYf.r you accomodated him r' I can't"Why make should yon!Z"your Ladyship want IIII II.-gull.-: A'
\ "10 the petit eztl; Just to the left
five It ?" -
twenty years toT What does matter
We are going there now.
"" Tbtil-'ti,11$ if you want to save dollars! on the coffee x "I--am going back!I" A band "But it does matter wildly. "When"
servant accused that day in
'. uchee!'the of the Marquis last your me
arm
Sell.
.. v whiclt you '. the cloister I did not answer nor
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\ 01,the file of visitors and lifting his e
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deny but now'
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+ \j. F. CARBONELL. candle glimmer, he played held It on BO the that face the of.yellow the "Your Ladyship would deny"

\ 'N \ \ 610 DUV \.L STREET Governors* daughter Her eyes looked "That- betrayed" you at CasqueT I'' .
Here! Yes, yes! : -
deeper; full of 'dread, aa if the very
N.. L _ __ '., '\ __ . - spirit of subterranean abode had "Or at the wheelhouse when you
.',\ ,. : e' r ,. e 1 e III seized her. He-started. 'called to warn the lIoldfer '" Them All New'I
Something
"You about to to throw'yourself
were -
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..a "Surely you Bljse, are not afraid over!" she faltered. I .
\ LIK1oS' JUS MEALS TASTILY "I pfefcr the sunlight." she said
"And your Ladyship was apprehensive
\ 'k PREPARED, and not only that, hurriedly In a low to tip. "It-It le not lest the Black Seigneur should REXALL SOAPS
'$ cheerful down here! N<>; do not call '
but he likes to have them !prepared escape!
the guide let the know. I'll
a la & hurry when ho Is rushed for x return alone or, and-wait others for'you at the "Escape she cried. "It waa death" The finest yet and if
"And the alternative My lady preferred you are
time. We are making specialty guard-house. xv to see tbe outlaw -taken-die with'
He nevertheless Insisted upon accompanying not pleased it we will
v.f serving Business :Mon's meals. like a felon on the gallows! re-
her but. Indicating tho "
; "No; no! It was not that.
Ott I not distant door through which theX found your mney.
"sS'I 0 THE FIIUHLT RESTIIJRINTi "What then? HIS eyes gleamed
had come, she professed to make light bright; her own turned; shrank from

f i lir iplly-clluing room Is equipped e of objections, and when he Btlll clung .Se m. A moment she strove to an-
to tbe point, replied with a flash of
\ ' 'el the bVst and nicest family service ewer, could -not. Within the black
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spirit sudden and passionate. It compelled PJl.JNat8
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recess k aint light from the flickerIng
wad w\ make a, specialty of his acquiescence; left him surprised
\ candlexplayed and down. So (
r up WEST
ha for second time that day 'a KEY DRUG
< serving famili., a ; complete the. .tlIln..o dead the CO.
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little hurt too perhaps, for heretofore I
'\ very air the throbblngs of her pulses
Our meals area always tastily prepared and I bad 'tbelr Intimacy been maintainedon filled the girl wltlva suffocating sense .
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'. a'strictly ethical and charming
1 we give quick 'pejyice. When you want of her own vHalltyX The : :
you plan :But he had no time for analysis "I spoke to .my.father to try to getyour .SfO.t:
meal to the '. the others drawing to
a good quick come ; were away cell changed" she at last found
the left Into a side passage; and witha l J I
\ herself. Irrelevantly saying; "but
: RESTAUTRANT. last backward 'glance toward the k 114.
'' 'DU VAL : : retreating figure, the Marquis reluctantly could do nothing" N. 10

., \ '. ;' e, f1/ ,J..w followed the;majority. "I think: your Ladyship! far'away Bu ourLadr.hlp'a
: friends will be
Despite, however, her avowed repug :Your Ladyship,,:may'f miss,-eomething .:t1B' th. Stores ;
'alaa'"'for,,that underworld, my lady amullng'J'' ; i "t .OIL ,
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treet'J
''I t .'I' 'bar fight;.. -II y
: ., r ... :.. :,i':! : '. 'N, I, .: : N, x.In : led by'the;,.olce"y.tstilhebe'wentOS and a glimmer -BUM;: :;', From reverberating afar a 'Iou'down* caD'the Interrupted I Cor llura1..& Southaid Sis.. f'y' BedaI'K, <'L IF' >r'"".' $""C':" ,did "'2Sa: ;; '

--,- __ ....:... _ ... _selecting an 'Insurance_agency ,lei.It be ',tbe<,one. afar until reaching a"1'OOm. love' massive main passage,was caught up here and 'bed" after9.clock. .

wb of e record: and"stresgftn- guarantee> ;vthe "" liberal iuliliment -; as If hewn 'from the 10UeI,.rock, there.. ""Ellsel 'Ells*!".... I'he 'whole : i I' .,
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she behlndaheavy '
again' 'paused. Drawing. -'' -Is the .
oniyJplaceTi.you
> ,underworld echoed to th* name."I ,
of all its' obligation. '' th. ..r
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square pillar. she gated at. the promised 'to meet tbel1'1 ate theguardhouse ,y\- "
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Our succiess is. reward of lords and ladle's assembled In th forbidding ," she explained hurriedly.And the city wher 'j Baker e'Bios<' 1 j'
the
place; listened to a voice that hardly knowing what she did, pot buy the lebrnt- .
can .
merit and the result of\nearly tWenty ran oh, as !if discoursing about' some. out rh rtv. band, through, the bars, :
anomalous thing. Again was'she cog toward hens In the darkness a' handsets ed R> TAU RANT

honorable with nisant of fthelr questions; a jest from eI hers; she felt herself drawn; .......
years dealing my lord, the"MarqulsJ she aaw. that held against ,thebars... They bruised ... '
several stole forward; peered, and her shoulder! ; hurt her face. The chill Peter's Diamond Brand Shoes Will Opeii-'April 3rd at the /

our patrons. N started back, half afraid. of. the Iron, sent a'shudder throughher Corner of Caroline and I

But at length they asked about the ;, though the pain she did not feel; We have tHe"exclus-
oubliettes, and chatting gaily left. she was cognfcant only of a closer Margaret Streets.Regular .1
WHY TAKE CI-1ANC Their garments almost touched theOovemo view of a figure; Cbe chain. from him ive agency for these '

'. daughter; fights played 40 the wall; the bare, damp floor- famous shoe's and r Meals and Short OrtieisWo ... 1

1 ELSEWHERE ? about th*,gigantic pillars, and" like then of a voice low, tense, that now have just received .......... f
_. Will-o'-the-wisps whisked away. Now was speaking: !Solicit;! Your Patron ate.? \
: staring, straight ahead toward 'thecbambe'r. "YourLadruhlp, fndeedNfound large shipments oft

..--. .-- _- _ ,. __n._______ __._ _. -___.--_--_-_--_ .they bad vacated my,lady's means to punish a .. the latest: and most: .
r attention became fixed by a single dot )ow, who dared displease, her. But stylish odels.
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DO ,YOU KNOW of"yellow-a candle placed in a niche' ma' foil'! she should have confined her Gallat's Tonsorial Parlorj;
THOMSON'S by the jailer's .assistant, It .seemed punishment to the offender. Those All sizes, from the

.. \ to fascinate; to draw her forward; stripes inflicted on him, my old MJ\o' smallesl: Infants to
.: That our .ie! the coolest across thevportals-Into tire'room. it. van 11., Think, you I knew not It was the largest sizes. Centrally, located: sod ,'
' and largest 'place in GLOVE-FITTING" self! my LadY! answer to the'01J.t1aw. who Convenient To AU

town Tbat we carry law long sbeX stood there In';the bad the temerity to' speak words that Once you wear. a I HOT AND COLD WATER BATH I
taint Suggestion ofxllght she did,not offended -'* "v' pair of the Diamond
a complete stock'of floe realise; nor when approached.. the Yon dream that x" >. You ImaginethaU" Brand yo\KWill have Latest Tocmrj*) Appliinces, and .
liquors and cigars?That 'iron-barreuI'aperture, aid what she ',_, I the most modern sanituri method I
I other. \
this is the, place where 1 first said! Something eager; solicitous The> warmth Jot his hand seemed to no .. v I THE PLAC YOU'RE/I LOOKING FOB \
.1 with odd vttonoes between the burn hers her fingers, imprisoned
;I. so closely -
. .the beer is VAlways'cold : words until the, impression of-a, motionless to'tbrob with the fierce beat- Jake's' Trading Palace Next Hotel JeUn.I I

? Drop in and see us 4 form and ...steady, cynical(, Ing of hi. pulses, '-, ...... I
eyes fastened on'her, brought her to.. > "I do not wvnt'you to think-1 can't

ST. PATRICK'S BAR an abrupt pause. It was'some .time let you think. she began ..-------_". 1..... --- '
.' before she continued, more coherently! llse!" The Marchers were"WAw ,

.: Cor. Front and Fit scat: rick Sts an explanation about ber apprehenlonNon -. ing n 1Ir. "- ,
account of her father,)which She'' WSuld have stepped back;, but j
x_' *** the Qngers\ tlghtened 'on her. hand. ,
'(Ii
They will 'be,here in a momen1.StU .-" Pure Food Ice dream Co ]

: LARRINSPUCE UL he did xnot .relinquish his hold::; ... ;
dark ,
awsarrsmrrsr 'the ..,,face wairaext to hers; the > I
piercing,/JlClenUea. eyes studied the X ';0. ... I
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t'' ceasrs, agitated brown _-_-_---_-_-__-_-- ORDER YOUR' : TORAY ,...
. u cleared; met hts,fully,an Inl ,-nt. Believe : CREAM FVOR >,
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that imploring wild
OF BUSINESS IS ON J seemed to say. Did his:.waver glance forva' FROM S. CREAMS OF EVERY FLAVOR ..... d

CORSETS moment: the h ra'bnel.el JDocke1T'solten MADE- RIGHT "t
his facet AND'THEYRERE : ,
FHE CORNER (OF SIMONTON & on
> TUB IB :
name of these coraota (9 "EllseProm! but a .short-.dls- .
Expressive 'It says', 'snug, tance came the voice of the Marquis' "
EATON STREETS PHoN E 3 i '
graceful soft and pliable--lt ,
," t A moment the;Black Seigneur1*hand ..... '
.. .... says beauty and comfort ia, the gripped :Jay lady' harder with astrength ..... j
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: he was unaware of. :A:slight ... ::;::.
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ELECTRICAL WANTS J "Go to your low.- C iyI1J J '
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'**'<. '. J Released tins abrnptlyibiwavered, ;
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We ar0.centrallrvklc .. amid : MATERIAL, pRoyisioNS.. COAL, .
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; k % teo ano ... ; "., rot"J. ,I! -I I7' gibedwoioei a laby t ...
carry ?a compbU line otDrua tDlujltattd ./ ;". oreatirhdir it:!,:-0.: s.r Q:;MJD .. ' IMi tits*'Y .rnd-y.ti. '' rynth'Ot pillars and mechanically sh. "" WATER .ADTDICS:: .* -. .

( S drkpaYV ;r .' : .pt U lIu--\J1ot Ombataltec'poaaish ,. '1,' ._.ratiij. ..,- . .. .k'. 'Ir '''''''1.' a caught u p the-candle; fled\ "". ; : .' A,'*' .# %> '

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veterfnarian'fot"
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Highlanders this afternoon. Wartkop , ... .. 'Plttsburg, July: 12. rTne Brook: .f. .i.
and Sweeney worked for New York lyn Dodgers were easy victims for
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Louie:_New York mado 4 run., 8 : : : '. Brooklyn team being outclassed atevery ,'; \
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'run. V hits and. -3 :error. Hart and'Connelly '\, I RI P13T-A--LS;' and Simon worked for Pltt burc. A '
umpired the game. . - and the Brooklyn battery was Bar- k ;, t
Boston.'Takes Double Header. nor, Knetcer, Allen and.Millet. PlUs-, -';
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Box took both gomes of a double ... ..t............. iN4NH .......!.... ........ errors. Brooklyn made 2 runs, nol 6 J, '.\ii,\!.
;header from the Detroit Tigers this I I S :,'.' hits and 4 errors Klem and Bush' I.\ ,
afternoon. In the drat game; Collins j FOR ,, : umpired the game. 't .
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and Carrlgan-worked tor Boston.and!! .
,Lake;-Moran and -Stanage for-: Detroit Philadelphia 0: OfaVTinnaU 4. 1 .j i'. "
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and 1' error. Detroit made l1 ,. 1' :
; run 4 7TTLTllEDAT -S were defeated.thlsaftern6onln_ __ _
hits and 1 tfrror.! OTNLfI : : hot game by the/ Philadelphia] team. ----
Second game: Sugps, Davis and McLean and Clark ,
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was Wood r wero battery and Alexanderand
and Cody, while Wllllet and Stnnaae M..++++..H, +++++++++++++++++++++++ Killlfcr worked for Philadel-
performed for the Tigers. The game t phia. The Reds made 4 runs, 11 hits
was hard fought throughout and /and 3 errors The Phlllloo made 6 ,
went Into extra Innings. At tho end runs, IK: hits and 2 errors. Brennan .
of the 9th Inning neither team had* i and Owens umpired the game.:
scored. The 10th closed with the ,. .
same result] But In the 11th In- i Men's Pongee Shirts, $2 Chicago 4; Ikmton 2.
11'- Por'on! smashed the ball and : f and $2.50 value, 98c Chicago, July] 12.-Tho Cubs defeated -
bro"iht: man across the rubber. the Boston Doves here today.
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Borton t n do 1 run, 7 hits and 1 error .t Men's Lisle Underwear! Cheney and Archer wore Uio Chicago -
Dotioit mpde no runs, 5 hits ; battery and Donnelly and Rarl-
ami 2 c.-rorn.: Dineen and Sheridan 50c and 75c value. 33c den worked for Boston. Chicago s
umpired the games.I' $3,000 worth of embroideries made 4 rails, 7 hits and 1 error. ."
tllailolphUVliis 1)oublebeuler.'hlladclphic Dostbn made \2 runs, 12 hits and 1
July 12.-The Athle- and we are going to $ error. Tho game was umpired: by
t3! won 'both games of a double Rigler and Flnneran.
'header from the Chicago Whlto| Sox offer it for less than whole or St. Loula-1Cerv York. t

this,.. afternoon. In the first game Bend sale prices. No game, rain. .
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A"\lft.'CD and Bens, White nod' Kuhn Perfection mosquito barsat "'here They: Play Today. :
fo- Chicago. The Athletics made 2 Boston at Chicago. I
run*: 6 hits and no errors. Chicago very low prices. Brooklyn at Plttsburg. .
no-dp-no runs, 6 hits and no errors. El We prove what we say and New York at'St.: U>ua.|
Second game: .. Philadelphia] "at 'Cincinnati.
Tb4 Philadelphia] battery was if you will come out and I j:
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Brown and I>.pp, while Chicago ui '
played: Walsh and Sullivan. Walsh do not find things as say r MADE DEFINITE : j ..
couldn't work his spitball on the z t we will pay your car fare I
hard hitting Athletics and the game
was'lost. Philadelphiamade 4 runs, J, both ways. $
1.1 hits and 1 error. Chicago made El ". .
1 run ft lilts and no errors. Both I
games were umpired by Westerrelt I
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Delivered. any part of the city.Tor 10. cents -week. Sent postpaid DuvalStreet.ii :
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.FREAKS 'OP FASHION."Fashion" x. < ., .'.
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1 well dressed In a man's eyes, he doesn't care continental whether .. .,
,i her clothes are the last word in style or whether they are style of fifty; interests to / .. "'
years ago. Appearance la what counts with the men. Not eo' with wo'
. men. They intuit follow the "! ll *.no matter how _atrocious It may be J. inn here :
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1 when we presume to discus style, but we are prompted make a few 1- {
1 remark IMTUIIMO of. the latent freak of fashion whlrh it Is undrstood liwxii dew I '
r to apMur. Thin freak will be called the ''.shackle" gown; and one : priced orhigh-grade l piano I II
thing to ho said for it In, that. it is fittingly named. "-.describes You .will be .j ,
t it exactly. To fully appreciate what the IIh411<1e' gown in, we most gop :
hark a long;, long lime ago, fully a year ago, when the .heath gown der no I I l la ---one that will be as
made Its appearance, one of he few gowns the style makers have ever :
tinned out which really interested the male population. Following the to buy "
sheath gown came the hobble skirt, an instrument of torture, possessing '
neither grwe nor beauty, which required the services of several people youlook.; It i years! i
Ix-fore It could be put on. lint now ponies the. shackle and backs the hob-
bin fight; oT the map. We Hup|>orse it will be necessary to pour a per- be ,
eon Into the sliackle, place'roller skates on their feet and have some one a f "
pull them along by a string. :
We have grave misgivings about this "whackle" gown but we will us to show :
__ await Us coming with considerable In M'N'St. "
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A LITTLE MORE: ABOUT CiAMIiLJ.VH. :
A gentleman was in the city yesterday Is here today, In fact, who can and do :
bad l something to nay In a general way. about the effect produced by gambling ;
in any city, and incidentally in Key ".(.....t. This gentleman came "better TH Y +

talcon- all Over' tho city and visited. a number, of cigar factories. He learned less money.' Ii TE I <:

that the average (cigarniaker makes very good wages, and many of the TR
men who work in factories make wages that _would be an inducement to u
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i i This gentleman stated yesterday, that his observation was that many i ii R
i men who make good wages do not live as comfortably as they could. GEORGE S. -
Men, who according to the wages they draw should have all the necessaries
and many of the luxuries. And he naturally drifts to the conclusion C
that the men who make high wages and do not live comfortably 92 .and 94 Dt.V .

must contribute a considerable portion of their labor to the gambling & .
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houses. Hats "
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js--- r.liows how quick the stranger is-to learn that there are many gambling - I '

l-jf-, houses OPERATING here. The situation here doesn't please this man and Furni. I 'D . .
because he says..that while we have -a good city with a bright future too .
much of our money which should be ifr LEGITIMATE circulation is ',y ; .
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\. .i he really bollIt himself. Money,,' DOES: i circulate'Iround 'W, gambling The : 4 't'f; 'i'r ,, r4dy \\ "
',L ,\'" / +IUrr" 'table ADd,\I 'lt..' 1t.Une It Is through I!circulatingU. >>o.bulk of, It has elrcn.. e's$ tblng'Jhu; ; : "V .,,. ;\ .'lit.; J4 ; .;"f'<,
11Ja"/1Dto.i"t e'''-.Httkot.of the r Now.\1Io. .j 1.r-'J# wt. ; t! ,rt '''''j \ ::t' ,, '
.i proprietor. yofe beUeve4bai lash Is :" .. r;', :: 6.'" J:.., ; .: <
going "to risk.that oney,again in a game of,chance'Well.-not"exactly. ''. i ..ttI", ''I. : :I dy .. .
", Next da'WheD wife and .. --1 1ft !. ,: : '; :" ..
your ChUdreD1nmAP'J',: .lt4 TOD&I"I'e.'t.be ,toatt1Ieti ,t '" ,
iK' gambling 'house proprietor rwill ........ JDe behind a taft'horse, o>Jpe *aps . : ale;.ron, ; t '" I y "'1 ... r\,' i a .""'0,.:. S":.,1l,' ;, : :;j, '"
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..<.'i(8'( Aside from the InJurt 'to the iDdlvldoal,;gambler, the prevalence .of iI'J, r . .._ .. $:; '; " t .
'. this evil Is a black eye for this orother.cit)".- Key'West-can' never pared. meal, ,and .. : : : -. .Oo : ; 1
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be al I truly progreaaive.clt, until 'the seriousness of this vie... is under :t ; ; . J..E THREE;' '-" ti';: i:' ,

stood and appreciated. No city with a reputation as a "wide, open nothing helps make : inches high 2 feet 3 inches ...0 ,
town" ;
can ever expect to attract large and lejcititnate business. interests l.I l. "
. and It is the latter that. Key West WANTS and. NKKD8. ly prepared meal ; wide $325 D i

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MARSH HKNHV IMKH BAR). the BEST -
Col. Henry AVatterson, the aged and able editor of the Louisville as
Courier-Journal, is a hard fighter and dies<< hard. It Is well known that For that kind : -
the Ixiulsvlllo editor was bitterly opposed Wilson's campaign for the : : '
democratic nomination and hurled editorial broadside after broadside at ; ; --I I.
the New ; -
Jersey governor before the convention. Now that Wilson has "Your "
been declared the nominee, Colonel I "' Itt't'.on11. Isupnort him, but
how hard it is for him Is shown by the following characteristic paragraph :
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taken from one of his editorials In the Courier-Journal. : ? Y., want a ,
"In a contest between three tickets headed respectively by Taft, "
+l ', Roosevelt and the ))('Ivll, the Courier-Journal being a dully newspaper and .
the R.
I noble"to; take to the woods, would perforce be obliged to support his distinguishes .. 'I"
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':: deal IB being made today of seed selection ::,
'j lNpRNATloNAL: :? I and some wonderful results I '

: 1 have Important been for obtained.us'who How deal with much immortal more. 220 Duval of;' the ,Ri. S.' Howard and .

I'j souls that, we select the' best viz.,

;"t \, S JNMYSmool' the word Sought of God.NotAdulation.. .... I: : buy' an. in b ument that '.'

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Next the Bower (v. 4)). Notice he "If Roberts satisfaction.than
lEssoN went forth not to 8-O-A-R. nor Is It r this pop- ;.
1.. recorded that he was S-O-R-E. He did it 1, it isn't in the ; -"' .\ J .. 't '' .,. \ "

(B7 H. O. '' SELLERS t>lrector of Evening not have a grouch nor did he enter : : '.'
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both In the direct teaching and also '
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making up city
In the explanation of the parable.
;4t': THB SEED IN FOUR KINDS OF There are four kinds of soil and It Is for the year 1912. Partl i grade
SOIL blank for returns
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:4i J'I- which the seed came into contact with visbed. same by making, -1 L ;*-- .
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''1.: I/ LESSON TEXT-Mark 4:1-21.: each kind of soil. "Some fell by the the city Clerk's) olUoe.K. '
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well trod : .
be s the Implanted word which U able to wayside. The path was ..E. Jj.
'h" save your .soulB." Joinoft l:2LI : den, the ground was preoccupied, e. g., s-8 City Tax
; ) -- used for other purposes rather .than '

'" I Jesus tells us plainly why he taught to yield 'a harvest. It was hard to be i ; "R. S. I \ V

f I" .o much by means of parables (Matt. broken and hence it was an easy mat. LEGAL'
28:10-13): ,viz./ to teach the truth. to ter for the ,birds of the air (Satan T. -
f.Ft --(those-.who- sought .Ur and to-, 1de-1t, J6Z goon .tC.1>lucJc'It.a wa,. We need .In Court County-. : & i 'and -f'
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to remember that if men
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In re estate Of Matilda
1 N' ,41.:'" :The truth had to be taught hence' the the Implanted' word there .Notice U hereby given I : :
; tJlArable., that those to whom It was J will be of course no such opportunityfor'the It may concern, that on i i fete
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; . but that to the others It might be hidden . ., Thus It Is that one-fourth of theaeed.l. Judge of said court, as : : ' -
}'/ttW"" Mark 4:11-12), We have In lost. That the result Is a deplorable , bate'for final discharge
+\ lesson the oftb4Mnaaori (this one Is shown" In ieb. jl-4.: tutor of Ute! estate of jj } ,.. ,cer-
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'/ .,,!rl;, man'parabl, Like I aU the 'The reed In,.this case' fell "by", the lam time I deceased will.present; arid tidy.that : ; : : : t'" . ,
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.A fine-li'pe o Cokred Lawns, 15c >!',goocl$' 4 '. <' 'pleted whit /I.IU ani.thenursw!}ler'dld '.h*;'*knelt y.* 'dl'httD'rs tlnctly. I't i: '. you. Our drivers are"'In&rudted .... W: r1''; ':" ,. .7.: '"
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'Brown linen 'iordkirt 12 lo values ::1 IbMIIt.1IoIIIe did not.Id"'tSmonfldelatldY.' j t .44,1 '.
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;.. !' Ticc '. assortment of. .ginghams, liaena.t '1, n.e"GoYern llsI'] ers-Ic --&Cold Storage .
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; dt>yh! itke! long corridar) with orhnaonlll Marquis'; she looked tt iH iliFMFii FMdF4NMi oI41f.f '
I sit bird was '*toe cognlzat of her eyes conveyed but ia
another face that looked Out from one I pression. "You hav vulte
j ot'the many passuBOB of the ,palace from :y*>ur trip to the'
miser'hr--the face ft n )"oungel''lom- "Qutl' !" With ..sodden
4' '-':;. ORDER_ IKE ORIGINAL. liOTTUNG.:.: :: ,F4NI : on Whose dark spying eyes glowed h, !ad. v A"i, Richard "Peacon's gGrocery
arndwto e hands -ologed( at a girt of "Th dungoonst' His
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4tII *he..ear d the:banqueting haXl p : of Call around "and examine our line of AlurniTrtam Ir
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Harare! in full <'OVftdre.s. stepped "It+was too stupid Kettles, Deep Stew Pans, Berlin Kettles, Ber- \
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Ii4 & .ofj. Karqititwho had'tivenwaiting, lovertoehlon "Just what I said to tbe Cor. Fleming and William Sts. i
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'j excell ndatresa that evening, now sdJlantlyioBdcrea .left.ns at a moat interesting )
whiskey : his grectlnrh. "biterestlng The PHONE 67 .
Xlalttoin perhaps bad too ancient. gray eyes regarded the i .
enceisalwaysaa- ,IbuDquctSng ball presented a rnvue fes quiringly. .'
'm'i'r! G r five appearance F.ru1ts< nnd 'flowersirran'le * without : .bright the taUtes banners
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!ltg->rtaere d i.f rom onnnnentsof fall U to meet It, BJJ8Y ,
crystaa.and dUth E<'()f.gold. inv- Yet
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try history \jI the guests with the opu'lenue -she heard not was only building materials of uncrt-talni
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I 1I t I I .Did I. W Harper Whiskey), J. 'sttt !ta cmvre etate.Ikea'this pale lord father still scrntlntced the ; ; I t quality. They! demand the kind -
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", A beautiful assortment of embroidery flouncing, 29

,' inches wide, regular $1.25 and$1.50, will be fofered for

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_: __ _ _ -_ _ _ : sailor collars in white effect, Lavender' and, .- -.. --

: ' Blue, regular 6.00 at 498.; Best grade of '


: .Mohawk sheets, 63x90, at Ic-72x90; at 59c : .


81x90 at 68, 90x90 at 78c. Best grade of : ';'


ll; 7ar Ma'.ar,:' -J = 0 Lonsdale Cambric, 1 Oyds for" $1.22. .: -, ./ /'\;



:FOR FOUR DAYSIThTirsday ', :V'> 20Qprs.: of Ladies High grade; shoes at ( .,'

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I ; -' .,,;' /:Big as'sorh 1ent.tf; linen and ratencfpe laces: !;at5c and 3j yds. r.l0---\ 350:.,ds. of Embroidery > ;

: Saturday .11 .,' ,1' "Flouncingr/regular SOc,quality, at'26c a yard/ \, '.
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I This is a BONA-FIDE 10 DAYS SALE, no extension unless the weather should tje disagreeable.

\ This page .is full of BARGAINS, better BARGAINS than ever heard of in the history of the business.

I Quality considered, we have made the prices so extraordinarily low, because we are determined to closeout

our stock of seasonable. goods before TAKING INVENTORY. You cannot afford to miss the

\' matchless Bargains we are Offering During This Sale.' It will pay 'every man to come in. and look

around, and then it will be up to you to resist if yOucari. We are not going, to use up all the "prin er's ink

and take a lot of your time away in giving you a hot air argument on four or. five pages; just: glanceover

these prices, they speak for themselves. Our lines of Merchandise are too well known not to be

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All straw. lutts mulct he Hold HATS out during this ml*; an <-..jibll U l r CLOTII1XU The /best values on earth for SHOES the money at regular prices, and
the l efrt line in the the
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Regular $4.00 Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.45 Men's and Young Hen's! 8ulta.I I see how much more we reduced th em.
Regular $3.50, Inventory Price. . . . . . . . . . . . . RS.2O Over BOOr every one up to date, 1,000 pairs W.| li. DOUGLAS Shoes and: 0KI0I'd1.Ve always
Regular $3.00. Inventory Price. . . . . . . . . . . . . ,1O % y Bold them af$ reduced, price and d urlng this sale we are making still
Regular $%.%-0. Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . .-4. . . .JUS ; to make TOOT selectlob. from. farther reductions. '
Regular 200.'' Inventory; Price. . . . . . . . . . . .. ,1-2O "'"r '% We stuck knife without shoes . .
Regular $l.GO.lnventory Price . . . . . . . . . . .f".. . 05cVKlff A $5.00 W.* L. Douglas 'or Oxfords, Inventory Price..: 93.79: '
-. -... --- :, -x:4 mercy la UM line.of price $4.50 W. L Douglas. shoos! 0' .Ox f rdli, Inventory Price . . ,
r IJA-rs---- k T tq. $17, $18. $tO.'and $.22.50\ Iia ${.00 Wi t*. .Douglas'shoes or Oxfords, Inventory Price'!
Wo have divided all felt ball in four lots at the following prices + ,
S.BO W, :L. shoes Oxfords, Inventory Price .
t $ ] Douglas. or : r.$3.KS
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J. B. Btetson'o. values up to $5.00; they run 2, 3 and 4 of a kind: Suits, Inventory}t lce'> .,t8.13',. '.
Inventory Price . . . . . ... ... . . . 92.9O Bud .....83Regulo.r : Inven- $3.00 W,' L; :Douglae '.hooecr"Oxfords"inaeptnr7.;; : : : ;;" Prlce-; w $2 j :\ ,
$2.CO and $3.00. InventoryPrice . .. ...I' ,.:-.i.l-: O. ; J4 $15. and:$1O. :,I suits;:.. .:,... ,4.,'$2.50' . !':1N"L.'Dougla.HI"", >:/;.. .,. .L"hoes" '*priOslordi'Iave.. .. ,. .. tlolf', ..L1le'Frrii. ir; ;: .,.t3.-. ,, ,. '
Regular $2.00 values Inventory\ Price . . .... .;>..i.Regular .:..t.. '" .M{" .. 10.Prlu.: ., K tMii'S'W''' } 1
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$1.60.10.11,75 values..Inventory Price '.. ..;Vi'V.i-.'.,.... ...,stNt1 f"tf'.ib.f :k. 4 ,tl' t :a If( _i J:'.itti : : I U..i.'\T' :;. ; .\'THR.C: .II W and'tuCK ND 11
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:'i ilk');; / "'We obave.th largest'atdek ofShlrti 'any'storejn, $ 'South I Flol'- ; { c's ; r "I II .1" ''i' ' All other good make shoes ;at:the' following. uctlonsr;;, ,
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.,; 1".e..etJlacL. t :-.i. ::" -.I.'J":, : : -- Regular $8.00: () value.,-lnventDr1' Price .r : .n',l. /;.1 H"f 92.85. -
ti 1 1 'Tho three7weU I Imo\viTbrands, tho.MAJFKSTIC, the CROWN and, i -1!' ;;.to:'slx;.months,5,''jrou. :hadbetter'come .. 'Regwlsr.work'fihoes\ Included $$2,50."Inventor Price, :Iv., .. ;>*1.80'tRgeularUGO.4'nd
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You never have too many ehlrta especially'In those toot summer ; ....An .odd.Jot of shoes, v.aue..up.to] $3.60;. 23 and trpalr-of a style- -
days, Negligee Pongee," White or Fancy Stripes and figures you must. ,. l whafyou'sdn"eaves i Act''while"the to go at. Big Bargain .v'. . .'. . . ..< .. . . i . . . . $..80
see them to appreciate good values. t" BOYS Ira than the
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Regular $Z.fcO valu.e8. Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . nilJIO t -T"- will not present itself -. .
Regular $]*.r>0 values.. Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . .'1.00RElJular $ .1 I UNDKHWKARWe
$1.25 values. Inventory Price'l . . . . . . Mc' .r again In aUf. time. havo ovor 600 dozen thatyou [ ATHLETIC I
The very bust $1.00 values. Inventory Price . .'. . . . . . . 69 I can fnake your ,. Detection
Best T>0 and 7Cc; ,values inventory Price . . . . . . . BQc _I from. Short Drawers or Shirts U

Cl.I..S AND lULI.\RS - BVD regular 60c to go at 38c
Regular 2T:>c Cuffs Inventory Price : . . . . . . . . . . 15 ft BVD regular '$1.25 to go at 793 N
Regular 2 for Pic: Collars. Inventory Price . . . . . . . . lOc TROUSERS BVD to .
Over 1.8OO pain of seasonable reg. $1.60 go at .20
NIOCKWKAR Scrivens lot No. 60 Inventory D
Hsnd.msde Salk Knitted: Four-ia-Hands. Regular $1.2S to $1.50 jusule. ..p to date, half and Price . . . . . . . 57c
Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71k full P014, fancy, In Ulit and Best 6Do i I. E
Best 75c Knitted Four-ln-Hsnds at .. . . . . . . . . . . . 42r unsaer patterns SUM! dark Elastic Seam Draw- u
/' Best and Biggest Assortment COc and 75c at . . . . . . .35cJSc : patterns ers, Inventory Price .'. .37c R'
to :Sic Four-ln-Hmnd or Bow Ties, Silk or VI'a h.ble, to goat sa well ns Maple bines and White. and Cream Lisle ThreadUndershirts
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$S and $5.50 trousers, Larentory ,values W
.WOOLENS Inventory Price". . .6Oc
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;Price 93JUi '
For Men's Butts or Ladies Skirts, all the latest patterns at Best 50o Undershirts Whlto
One Third Less than Regular Price $4 and $4.5 Irq...,., IstveDtory or Cream short or 'E
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Pries . . . . . p.U. .zs .
IIAXDKKRCHIRFHYou T ,at only . :. . 32c--
.$* 10---, I.t.Iy 'Best 16o A
and >5c,U.UndershirtsWhite
.. can save. never have too many handkerchiefs." Buy. now while,... you' PrU . . . , ar100 R White, .or Creajn, Short or ,:

Bilk all 'colors. ROc values Inven tory Price . . . . . .. . J5c. $2.%* cst4 $2 trrva n, Isvealo.y 0 bone Sleeves Inventory R
.. Pure Linen. regular 15c values Inventory Price . . . . . . . tltr. Prfe ---------I.9 0 u Price . . . . .. . . . t8c .... .
Regular 2 for 25c raises Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . 7r $1.." tIv--. ''Iaraatary 8 -
Regular lOc values Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . .. . Sr Pne. . . . . , . ..... Host ERY '
Regular fie values. Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . S tar tar 11"' and ",1t. VM..ar1. '.- t r Over 1.800 dozen Men' Half Hose Stock up now while. yell
--- ._uiry f rtos . . . . *ll. R havo chance to save 36 to iiu i>er cent .
BELTS AND Kt.'KPExn.RA Ko. swM&r .kw War. **Jrs Best C0e>nd 76c values, including the Phoenix !@ilk: Inventory .
..;. Best 50c and 7Sc values Inventory Price .Nee toes ttavc r- CMS sae. -.. >;, two S 'furies . ... . u . . .. . . :" '.' . . . .'. . . . . 88c
Best 25c and 35c values Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . lilt suor- .wbaa f.. aw+e ..... 260 and 3So valued, all colors. Inventory 'pVt . . . . . . 180
.' Regular too values, Inventory Price . . . . .. .". . ... . .. He
I JRWBLRVSuehVaa wuakJfi t'LCyrHE8'weft Regular 16c values, Inventory Price . . . . . . . . . . :\ Oe
'. .' Scarf Pins. Cuff Link I. Fobs. Collar Dutton-.- Tie Clasps Orr awl Xehaale= .S,...* Overalls wltb sad without aprons Best lOc and 2 for 26o values Inventory Price . . . '. . ... 70
; Et(.. at One Third I/DM than Regular Price. *!>.*. a.4 91,11 valn.., Inventory Price . . : ,1Oe and TileSag.lsr '
e4; TRUNKH. lUGS AMD: SUIT CA8EH. I I,2S:; KlMikf or Pia\ C1stoeJ..J"Jlta t -rt .. .............. .800..I.a'SI . OAR 1 -
- Fri-.--- We have'a large stockrto select' from one-third 1ee1b.la-rec--i "." 'T.1iigbakl l" I tvsotorf Prifts ., . ,'. .,.SIII I I' Regular roc;
f. Paris Garters Inventory Price . . . . . . i.SSc
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A good many articles which you will 'not find in the Price LiSt will-go: at the same reductions" Space

doesn't allow for everything. 'SALE OPENS SATURDAY,_JULY I3tn 8a. ;AND.. ; I

.- -- ,NESDAY JULY 8N"fIDETEN o"hotwiil
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,'t l; : tt Sale Opens \ 13 th at 8 *a.:in;

There, are many weeks, of summerwealher ;ahead In which you.wl0 need the iliI s this, s rolr rather? titan to, I mshoryl6emrrewgl i ""panOI ,llgeraillIRlhawayeofpace; saf.lilgsto .

.; . l Help us.'clear:our,shelves and:,.cabinets. ;now.; REM! EMBER;,,we':dun' make sale;' otttn' but.wtw!, IB do'.the};; are, cciwtee rsiwllflW; i ioi -ot'tMlhBr-nW'Wiil! ; i t tfilsisale: DB' ex''


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Night Up '" '>
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.. Corset covers,19c .' : ." : I Lawn tpd silk :." ':'
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.1 Hem .s m i chdandfaiF -'-""THESEPRIGES' -;; ==' kimonos ,at unleaird--- ", ',-. _+

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drawers 26c of low . .
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up. ARE: FOR .1.1I
THE'Lawnkimonos
also have a full 50cu .

I line o f hildrenvs: FOUR DAYS .. Crepe kimonos from :
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drawers, body was' '. $1.25 up, : : .

and . 'Silk' kimonos from
night gowns; undershirts THURSDAYFRIDAY '

from 48c' ujp. $3.48 up to $15.00. .

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: SATURDAY

Everything in dry AND T.1e.! Ladies of Key",
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dl West will find here
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,the latest creations inginghams ; ,

, SiJ percales,. women's wear and. at, I .


J and other ladies' goods ' greatly reduced pri es. i i--I



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-!i Today and tomorrow we are going to offer special inducement. :


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CroslandStea)1hlp; !) Line .. .. ,/./ HAVANA NASSAU'PORT; TAMPVMJAMI AND KEY ;:' .
: prepared for any chidof PL'1 O' I: 2773 .y peninsular, and ; f
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Pi YINSr BET NEEN "; r' Drawings Blueprints !'? % )$
made"of anything . .
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wish. All work guaranteed We Clean and States 'Fast Mall 'Aoatefor 8ey }Vent, llavana. .tt>* yreti ."

KEY WEST AND MIAMI T. M. BRYAN Via Ko'y Went end Port Tamps 1111", FIll.| Nculsanaham..*
Propound sailing" In effect/
Press yourClothing on due shown. Subject to change and
MAKING CONNECTIONS WITHThe Office 710 Caroline St. Individual' postponement without notice. .

'New ---- , -- ---,-- Likeit PORTTAMPA-KEY WE
Mallory Steamship Company to and from YOlk, :Mobile Glre'ton - T-HAVANA LINE.LvPorl'fanapa .

Southern' Mid Tampa.Steamship Comfanr. Philadelphia. Charleston, Jacksonville will I'KOP98ALS.Bids Ought to be S I ; Sun ThJt IIL30: r'.:
be Soul'llAr.
received
at the office Key 'VPtit
Key West aqd Tampa.. of the City Clerk until 7 o'clock p. POrt Tampa "'I'd Lv. ICcy West Mon Fri a'80 I'" .
P. & 0 Steamship: Company__Havana: Ke"WeBt and Nassau. m, Thursday June 6th. 1912 for furnishing Done Ar 1I&\'an" 7'1,0.lion I"rl 0 00 Par
Towta Steamship Line _Ft.I I\{,ere and! the Went Coast the city with Bituminous.coal. Key West 1 Sat_ 6 80 A.
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A dayligb _ti p down the Hawk Channel getting a full viewjf ., tor the period of one year. Havana -- ---- -- ,--
The city reserves the right to reJect I.v. Jlnvl\na
the Extension. any and all bids. El'ecUwB Apr, 4, ii i2: North A..r. KoyVcst 'lua SIlt 12 00 !Ii
For "> By order of City Council.H. iGEO. 'r ward Lv. Key Weot Tw. "but Ii 00 PM
Apply P..rtlcuA. E. Lightbourn\ i:. COLD.City Clerk. LOESSNER- 1 'J JAr., p'rtTIIIIII'I\> 'I'll"S'.rd 8uII SILt II 900 BOA PM a,

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AGENT KEY WES-r; h Lv. {CY'V II tinily' J.t;: ; Sunday: 980 An
"A VAN A r. Ua'aua IInll.v I"t' HUIlt't..y.
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Pat .
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Effective Apr 8. 1912 J",. Ua'aoa !1I..lIy. ISxr'pl; Sunday 930 A"
Imported Goods I __Aloy:_ Wost tinily lxcop; ( Sunday 490 rat
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Specials at J. & P Markovitz .
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(When southbound cos netting I train IB more thini SO( minutes late, ship
will not leave Key \'''8t ""tlIIIIO 1'. m. nrrlvlnc: )10\'"." 1.1 xl tiny '
,. Men' Khaki Pants . :. , . , . . .. . . $1.ssIIIl.M : Hand-worked Garments Above hours are Iorrds, !Hil(), l\Jerhi !Sii lJcJ8Hllin.f'.atC.30a.ni.
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Men's Khaki Pants. OOc Information as to pnn-enscT end f..I Iphl rates to all points 'In *|ho' United State. .
92.OO Jut of Men's Pants. .'. . . . . . . '1.83 Cuba, West Indies and ltnhamest"!' "(rlully/ / fiirnlklifil> IIIIII'". xi>|'l><>aiicu.
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'1.73 lot of Men' Pants '1.23 Cbas. L. Manager P. J.
Myers. J-aundeis
91.5O lot of Men' Pant . .'. . . . .. ...... O3c. Panama Hats G. F. & P. A
Doc and ISf Men' Dress Shirts . . . :. . .37c s JACKKONV1I P1.OU1UA.
91.25 Men's Pin Check Pant . . . . . . . . 75o7Bc A. C. ELljIN, Local Agent _
Men's Blue Overalls . . . . . ; . . 45c
92.OO Lace lied Sets . .o' . . . . . : '1.00 It you have been to our ---, -,-- - ... h ___
1 91.5O Valise 2O Inch . . . , . .'. . ,'. . . 9 5c '. ,- tore recently, you know ..
Big line Baby Dress Values from 5Oc to 91.OO to close -' -
r out at 25c each. '/ without boinc told) that we '.' >- ,
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J. & P. MARKOVITZ ) id'I I '.'; '
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Have the Most Up-to-dnte the above mentioned --- f -- ,.- - -

found in the. .
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704 DUVAL STREET I'
MACHINE SHOP city. &,

: '. East'Coast' In the city, and they Your Wife Wan's
Florida RailwayCorrected do--work of- All kind I

on short notice. Repair something that i i. DIP
to July 6 1912 , anything and -FERENT ,
: she like originality -
tfO. 36: THE OVERSEA LIMITED( : Daily.Leaves eyerything. I II
6:00', Arrives. Miami t .. :n dciicn cod; .
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West Pain Peach 2.06 a. m, Ft.. Pierca4JO a. m. New Machine. Work' of All Kind pattern just R' you do: so I yN,

Smyrna,8.20 a. m. Daytona 9:00*. m' St. Augustine 11:30' -' 314 Simonton Street )JC she hajn't visited our .

.. 'm., Jacksonville 12:45 p. m.. Games through''sJeepJnJ!{ cars Opposite, Masonic Temple store, we would_ suggest I -V.ForSashs .
Key West'to New York via.tbe: A. C. L. without 'cb Dge. <
; her
Dining. car service. Local sleeper"Key West to Jacksonville:: ' that you REQUEST l
\ to do so.

I: For local Time Card. See.The Met, :.Office R. W. Harrison EL: LOUVRE .

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JOHN ,LOWE; jr SpNSx I !, Doors, Blinds and in fact anything in ; f.1

1'> .' .. : ."' Cmwr OneM Elizabeth Stipe. *." "l Photogr phy ,., ,... building ,matrial as well as all kinds of herd, ." ,f, :
'Keiclus ( ICatin 6diiflw} o&, L t are,caH on. EUGENE ALBURY '
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d "7'. SHIP CHANDLERY, and PROVISIONS' ,. ..DUVAL.STREET'.,... . .....0-. XMir :..".Ja_ ,-. 10-81S Fleming< Bt. . pbonft 56., T\.

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' W\f'I'' ... if I WORLD'S S' GREATEST .CANDLE ?At lalU":'- She threw;.back>> : 'be ''I TIJTFNrLAMP.S: ;, .: t

':I I' oaD41--:41.: ; arms; .breathed deep.b'AAb.! moo pere'I' !. : \ .... .r., .
: A In Harlem, N. you axe hard-unyielding A' tbe 1. ; ,
: : % : ii vim J T,,.,and -destined for .81 ',Peters. at doors and bars of your: dungeons! .'d2.e p.' 8XUQ Clear: Vu. -Frosie. ,:' .' ''. r () .'"Ir 'PRICA 6Ii e' 01''d 'JJ 1III'" '46 cn&

flr \ ; . Rome*., was blesesd, before 'the altar sh', pressed her hand to her forehead.. .00 p. V ,'h V., .\"f, ,,6 i6
v 'STonvl' ;:9tLUttg1o': b7 ''the 'ope..adJ';.will "AIeaa/ do; .nothing-nothing!" she ,,82 o. p.' ..+-...* < .. <. db ,45
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i / ."" tmrn,,without drip tor *ii. lone year/ rspeatedatood for''a moment': motionless 600. p. ." 1.9 8 .
, ,:,'!:>' &j, :-. " Standing blah 'mechanically 'movec .. ;. '. ' '
orrll ,>et. "fwelg' lfl, and then ,,85. p 1"15. 'H
X :' (XT i 'over' COO pounds, and',costing nearly toward,the bello-ope at the other end '5D. p.'Clear, , 'J .8 (;. .-..a .
; "$1,000, the candle .1* made*of 'sweetmelllng of tbe chamber. But the.hand she 120 0, p., Frosted., ,' %.16 .' 1.14
.t .' J JLE1BOYITi; ; : 128 .. beeswax. dipped With >00<4ipPlEtl > started 'to raise way arrested; through 200 e., p.dear I. .r ' .85. L.M
: :zoos p. Frosted I p ,, ;.M 2.00,4',
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; wick opened
: *bout a'tnarrelbu* From the slightly 4 . |>>' Clear (sign I.....peJ.r-;-- -,- 86 , 26
1 ,within'a foot of th* top .to*a foot"pfj apartment:, she heard voices; .' '< *,. vZ"._JTeosted4slg' m.1 1/ I' I .' Bel y ---
' .. Mh..bottom-1t-1.mbo.Hcr; + '1Jr1'6t I II ;wort T3ftaesed bQf'1fV01datatllftd 1.2.,16, SO, 24 0. P..Oem JamJHI'H. 25 I .. 1 t')' ''''I.;t 1 20
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nf ' e diir""r "' I, j f' The centerpiece, of cunningly wrou B* Usten. ' ':2'' 40 Op.O'mLampll', .; '.aa, ,,' 811'.
full
:_ : : 'gold and Delicately carred wax, shows vl have made up my. mad'to 'tell '.
. ., I .' :- '" ., 'I \fillet of the valley and! a lovely acred ker ladyship, Nanette!I.:! The old nurse '"
1 picture. Tbe' manufacturer ,will/ not WM; speaking In tones that betrayed
j tell the -name'of the'per.on ', the capdte'saying; : the least embarrassing for me-your The Key West Electrfe l ; Co
page advertisement When; one baa prayed long and coming beret! Yes, the daughter;of .
ceaselessly the saints for health be Pierre Laroche-who emigrated to the
doe not parade.his generous attitude.He .English: Isles! Who bat always f hown t-
f i lays what he has upon the altar dIsloyalty for/,the monarchy at-honWK?' r.; SATES DEIFARMENT; .
and goes silently on his way" My lady fiurprlsed, drew n aftsrj _. --- -_ r
on Page 6 St. Blaglo Is tbe patron saint ofthose ter of Pierre Larochel'f, SVlend of the 8888888888898 888888.88888888888888888888
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Ii who suffer from disease of tbe Black Seigneur) Marie's'words continued . $ 8885ssssssse.1sesss.
throat; It Is the tradition that he to ring a *. She threw ,1'. l"-J-- -t.--% * *- -, *- -* --5i- *.- 'js1ALouisl -*. --. -..- -

'l j: miraculouslycured martyrdom throat disease In the while early- -r on little"girt1 days his ''way of th.ghurch. to. her herself,'on her.ey.e-Iut0 either-a"'thug bent cheek straight-:now at-'longverjitill -bright before 'I. '

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}. ; ELSale Opens'Tod y GIANTS.,. OF' THE FOREST/ . spot, of color.CHAPTER-. XXVII.- i I .. San II.:4


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Australia lays claim to growing the A Stroll on the Strand. :

),""': I[ II I I:' ... taller-trees In' tbQ.\Qrld.whll.LCall.'!: -' .Qu..a.reJJ.L.hur.rr.Jd2uJe\JLB1! $10 Suit 'itle- = :
.---;- :: forma trees are noted for their girth po?" arms akimbo. Nanette.-standlng c
and diameter. The tallest Californian In an embrasure of the rampart called : .

4 ; ..:;.. ;...; :;...... ;.. ........... forest giant discovered was found out to the Governor' man a* he' : .
by actual measurement to be 340 feet passed bY 75 SUITS IN THE; LATEST'f
high. But Australia's record gum tree "Ah, Mistress Nanette," Beppo j ,.
t. .j beats this by 140. feet. Baron Mueller: stopped readily enough, "I didn't *ee I Q STYLES, WEAVES, COLORS AND,0.. .

AND: who was formerly government botanist you at flrst. i 0 .
-HKGULAn 18
jPATTKtofS $
In Victoria. saId that the AustralIan "Because you have more Important .. QUAL0 .
gum trees attained'a height of matters to think of," she laughed, Q
JT'Y..I"OR" $10. S.* .
I j 600 feet, but the tallest that the baron showing her strong white teeth. g n ,
ever' measured was a prostrate one The fat old man looked pleased; a g THESE WERE BOUGHT UX MR. n .
on the Black Spur ten miles from few. days before, Nanette had flashed j g ga '
; EVERY J Healesvllle, which war 480 feet high. radiant/ smile at him from her case i, g LOUIS' LOU18' IN NEW -QUKLA.S ..
J I This tree was 81 feet In--girth near Ita ment, and, ever since;he had been a 1y WEEK AND HHIlU'Kn D1RKCT .
:t root. In 1889 a civil engineer, jcuneylnft :- Inclined-to regard her with favor. I g 1y
FROM AMERICA'S CHEAT FASJI-
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but duties that g .
from Qlp-psland to Mount fore, I "Not more important ,
measured a tree 471 feet In height, must be attended tol'! The wedding g ION CENTER. OO SUITS IN PLAIN
;' 1 / though the same tree bad previously j I I hour draws near" The island girl CII AND FANCY BLUE 1/
SEROES. TANS,
? DAY been estimated at not less than 600 ]J t\ half turned her head; a shadow i iI 3 '
t OREXSl'THEHE _
BROWNS ANn :
feet. k I seemed to pass over the bold, sun ..
.. f I burned 'features. "And her ladyship ARK REGULAR:: 1118.! 0 TO $22.KO 3D ,.
gives tomorrow a riding: party for her I'
EARNS EVERYWHERE
of sicknc(' ,1 I LIVING I guests-.a last celebration before she a D SUITS AND WILL BK "nBLOSED r ,
/ That you lose on account Is led to the altar I am on my way ) OUT AT $12.50 AND 13.30. .

i now 'to arrange about the escort. a quit AV A L K-0 V E R SHOES.GUARANTEED .
.cahrji :
means money to you. You. "A riding partyl,1! Nanette spoke a.;
+ i quickly. "You mean oh horseback" I : PHOKXIX ANDWUNDERllOSK.

-: not afford to be sick---but you cm : ")Jaw else" said Beppo. "It Is a i y MANHATTANSHIRTS i
pastime her ladyship has always been y
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aff jril to buy drug at DrugStore very fond of. even as a child. In .a
i those days," not without an accent of 'S : IlATS. AND I )IAU'S -

; : andourDruyspreventsickness self-Importance/: "It- was my prlvl- CRAVATS ARE :FIRST IN' IIA EU. :.
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V 52 Eaton ana tllzibeth Streets t i i't' "., Y {t+ centur nulphe,;' ;architeetufo.my an: -Imposing:;'ruin!'idear ofvtenth.And ,"r be :,, '1".,, '-'(._,','" i'll'""': .f..
; Phl1l1a -:- Eorp.er : ;):\ added pompo"I'Y';' ''r: ' '. : I .. "' ." ;" "'.,,1. "".". \ ,...."e..,. !) -.,' J'-1 J"t..j.t{ ,: '..i.#Lt') '. ".((111, 'tt !,..... ',,.
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.' r.f: ,. KeyAsks'.the West t Furniture; Co. r'h ". beautiful?". ?.> Not'""open;i'Sandy1Jlfe'theshore ' . : P"XEM: BE.AC'r'CnOTHES': .

;.n 4J., "It partakes of a rugged grandeur. , __ ,

," .,,.,.JI) .',W '. ,--'- , '- -- --.. - ... _. _, : "" _h -' 'Cecil'M.: Hargreavesi; berg depleted. .!Wfth'" loreat-4round-quickly. 'T:: ----'tfZffr" *, - --""" - -- .' -, \ -v--------. ; -. f"WasliSuits' -
"Yes,,
, ; Indulgently;; "You' like; forests
Is spendingp'a part of,hlfl Ute In demonstrating '
following'Questipns:'- ;. Mistress\ Nanette?" '-- : .
, that it Is poestble'fot a man "When they are thick and'wtld-"'.
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"" "M to earn his living In'any' part'of the S "Then '
would like these!I"
you
Bamboo screen ? globe. He started from London eight
1. Do you need a porch The girl asked no further questions
years and'so far has been through
ago
, ; yet still Beppo lingered his
'; ' 2.- Dti you need,an extra Mosquito bar ? thirty-two countries covering nearly glance seeming loath to withdraw
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.. 180,000 miles. He still has to do China.
from this '
exuberant Specimen of vigorous
I'I'I 3. Do you need an extra porch chair. or two ? and Japan. young womanhood. "Which! I t

t way were you going, good Mistress JUST TH THING FOR
I r 4. Did you know that we are 'headquarters for everything KANSAS LEAD IN STUDENTS, Nanette be asked finally. "On sec ,

i:>. furniture line ? ond thoughts. I have: a little time to
WEATHERIrice
in the THIS
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-- Kansas 'boasts of having more college spare and will walk along
I students per capita than any Nanette) looked down from the ram I
L .t"l It matters not what is, other state. Her next door neighbor part toward the sands and the shore, :

. Missouri, has the fewest-only one in did not answer, and more insinuatingly
.5' have it and at prices 381 Inhabitants, and next to the foot Heppo) 'repeated his proposal. Nanette .
:'::6wi we romes Pennsylvania with one for ev started $8.00 .

I !. cry 308. The states at the head are :
4.. that defy competition. all\ western, the first seven and the

'f. .\, number of people for each college '


" j:; ;: . Key West Furniture Compi ny. The 121'student; eighth Nebraska, 162 being; "Massachusetts Iowa:; 13S,Kansas 184; Oregon; ,Illinois 112,, ;with 150, Utah; 199.one Indiana ., :1d 1 fOL K 0'0'w SKY


student for every 209. people BI.e eiAW. W.W.-6naran'e2d. '


!1' 700 Duval St. FISH FROM THE- NORTH SEA Set Ring' 'and Make Her Haft < f"


: The North sea Is Oreat Britain's r Reliable Mdse'. Djstr butr.
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:t : ; M4444F MM most profitable fishing ground. Last }
44i44H F4I N44444 14 444 i4 444i4444t44+444 1: year the value of the ash landed on .

:. the over n a ortheaat third: of coast the total waa value;3.740,614.or flip. > * # . ... '. ... ... .. ... .. .. ... ..... ..'+ ....*-.*. * <*>. + < ....
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.;l :: 1FURN T iE : i-E"iLEii fish landed In the whole of England / ,//
> I: and Wales and e.400.000 worth more / ;/
than was landed In (the whole of Coot- T. H IrS A.. Greaux>
: land and Ireland combined during the / .
.. 1, same year. The Increase over 1910 : 1- {Elf & JKtfELER
l We beg to announce to the public, : was ;173,534, and, compared: with)) 1S31: COFFEE : UIL3"JUD_ __ _

Redudtionsin.Refrigerators .. u. _L h@Sottl\ value..oL flah,landed-la 191Vsbowed r.oaring: .to cheats wstcbM
-. ..- Ice Cream Freezers !: an Increase. of nearly e.2,000,. Corner....of Qroene' & I J 81.-
000. Sal with
: :, flooe-'prowntU
s. Filters Porch Shades : a the >beet place to yet : .. .
: ... .. SHOESElkhart -- '
: . Lawn Swings Ice Cream Freezers LONG AND There) Is nothing th (.gives, Chocolate
. ." Porch Swings Water Coolers one BO much pleasure as the and Bonp. '. 1 ,
: .... Couch : Ind tias wKhin its i borders wearing ot a -W, W.v.. '- ...'
... t S : Hammock;? Hammocks c I> t wboprpbablt l .eatlhe> dls 'GUARANTEED RING. ,.In' the __. ,_ ">. .Q .-- "O D K k-
-- !t';5 ./Ttte'Sea$on'Is waningrand possible -- : unction/r-ol baring the longest and "first,place,: & 'ring 1CRracllTtt7: Sizes"L.: : ; <
nf t '., "we do' not wish to carry these lines I< shortest names, respectively, in the causes ,muck admiration ana t Morales !r.
;a ' : United State The first Is the proprietor always' Indicates'prosperity, { ,
: :through the Winter.. Ii' : I< of a Greek: candy kitchen. It you are .not wearing a DE fn T.
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: When Ume permits his surname-appears : CROWNB:% C&-WORI
THATS OUR BUSINESS :
AND \yE ,IUNQ1et me suggest that your ,.. '
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( In next glrtto yourself b 1'one of., .X" v W. 6.0C
I ARETHERIGHTPEOPLETOBUYFROM I> a' hum '}' / [ : s.an toi-Y" .2tO U
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< : he signs his name. Bperos ..Michaels.The these famons'rings r that are ..
Otto' Drue 8 tor
sowell., tb t B ever *
aa; eM .. ,, ASit.I OUft CJUSrOME" : ,J. : ,man";with the shorname. is p< jnads. ":*,.\" ". V they W",can, ;r beguaranteed. ;-"- : SQ ,. .bol'li. ,,' 991)2.. ".
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( ': ',CORNER U DIVISION STREETS : of Dr.'TTathe,KIn.. /the firs ,WW"ft*} : }-I" r:; '\ Sw tini!' H "'O r ':. foals path.Bouse 8troev't;>urp'lfertlr"'Beaehf2': ** -
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I 1 f".. ie ., . ''. ,' .1M i I> Tientsin baa tlro'tr the Ut tea pars1).en ." By CltyCouneO.,"
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