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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 16, 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: VID00107
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Storm center 81p.I m. ,overSoutheast. 'BOYS
H* "'Hade&i' Found 1,1i S Georgia.\; Not much Key Wpst this morning'over the clal yesterday that Mr. Kress In- WATCH TBE/SMAll .. v-V: .
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*!* .& e: tnovfment; but Increasing slight P. B. Ori .Messrs. Love and Dbrn S tends to bec1n,the erection ot a _: .. .5'' *' _
i ',...JJ. ,'''" ; are coming Key West for the purpose 7''
: :! 'Jy. Warnings still dl.pla'Gd.south' C large building on his property I : __

OFFICERS CHECKED UtjH ,0 s. \tended'\to advlcos.Jacksonville.Caution No 'ex.UH for the of J5.M.establishing enter: F*.' cars an and alienoy they.pro here ...,' t! the streets corner of Duval and.-For Fleming !' this-< ,City Leave And' Matter County, .With Authorities'bra.J) ' ." ,r" -' _ _

k ML BE : FOIUREr" C\!Iue.day morning when further pose to Into active CompetitIoninthIacItywIthalLother.niakes- this fall. .. "" . "
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Investigation oi County Records. Was ,Requested by C'C. S S C .w. S 0 S,,I their cars will be on exhibition and t The mooting called by Mayor J.- N. c \? r '
ready for demonstration at all times, C S S S S S S S 'S C.. e : .
CountyJiidge Gunix-Licenses. Paid on Installment The E. 'M. F. Company consideredthe S Fbgarty. for''yesterday afternoon to. '.' ,

Plan. ..-in Some Cases There Were, .no License MISSIONARY RALLY TO last establishment year, but the of matter an agency could here not SOME S CHECK RAISER WAS nearness discuss sanitary of bubonic conditions plague and to Key the , : .1...,;

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be arranged at that time While it West, was held and quick action tak-, ,.it.jen ,
o Is not definitely known now wbo will ( j
Commlaalenr- treasurer for which he oubmlttad the START THIS AFTERNOON NEGRO NAMED JOHNSON .guard this city against Invasion ; 1111
The Board t>f County be appointed the local agent It Is ,
era met last: night to listen to' the report treasurer's receipt. thought that the company has already by tho disease. -

made by the committee appointed : In regard to the current year we selected a representative who Sheriff of Osceola County is At the meeting wero members of '
Two Memorial
Services
to inve stigate the records of found that all money had boon accounted at will be annqunced shprtly. tho. board of county commissioners

the offices of the County Judge and for but'as stated, many-Irregularities - Church Today And Another Here to Return Him to and 'the city council Mayor Fogarty
Collector. Shortly aft- which' we condemn.: '
\ lir County 9 o'clock Tax Urn committee announced After completing this part of our Tomorrow Morning OUR OLD FRIKND MARY.. Scene of "Lifting" 1 and city health officer Dr. S. D. W.

that they had completed their report Investigation, we determined to carry Mary had a little dog Light. .
) and It was handed to,the Clerk, tho matter further, and ascertain And she was fond of him Sheriff' Prevatt of Oscoola county It being a known fact that rats are '
if possible If thore had been any .frregularities At Memorial church today at 4 Until one day the brute got away
D. Z. Filer to read During the in And bit her on the 11mb.Milwaukee IB In fjje city the purpose of his visIt the greatest carriers o'f .tho bubonic ,
several past rears.We o'clock the Missionary will '
there were present campaign
readlngi 'to plague It decided that
obtalined list of city Mquor Sentinel. being take home with him a germ: was an
.. officials besides the commissioners a
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county Three services will be held ,
open.
named Johnson 'who Is
the board's attorney and licenses for the years 1909-10, and i negro now immediate crusade against .the rats
and there: 4 O'clock this afternoon 7:30 We had heard she had In the Jail here. Johnson
dog county Dome
enta< The report as 1910-1911. 'We -also secured.a. list a in this city was necessary. The coun- '
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press tonight and 10:30 'Wednesday morn-
\ Whom she had taught to beg, month. ago succeeded In raising a
of state and county licenses for the '
was follows: Oso'r ty commissioners and council
submitted as Ing. Revs. Blackburn and will city
>" same years and compared them. For And that one night, for reason alight check for $2.90 to UZ.to and taking -
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\. "; Key West Fla.. July IB. 1912. the year 1909-10, we found that Juan be the visiting speakers. Local talent He bit her en the leg. advantage of the sudden improvement having agree to Jointly defray the expense :- ,

To'the.. onorable Board of County Delgado had obtained a city license, will also be used. The object of Boston Globe.knew in his financial condition, of such, a crusade it was decided -

Commissioners: ; !, Monroe County as a liquor doaler. but had not obtaIned this campaign Is to quicken missionary struck out for the beat place on the to 'offer five cents apiece for ',,,
\ ria. Interest. All are therefore In We she had canine landing In Key West.. Unfortunately -
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I any from the county. Also I rats, and ,one'cent aploce for mice. .
vited. The subjects and speakers are ,
' \ Gentlemen: the Commercial Club had obtaineda A bulldog strong'y' built. for Mistsh Johnson, he got \
\,f* The committee appointed by the club liquor license from the city varied. (Wednesday evening Revs. And we heard too, be at her flew Into some trouble) here and was placed dead or alive. These rats and mice: 'w
," \bosrdon. the\ 8th tost.'to check the but had not obtained any from the Blackburn and Oser and Chapmanwill And;hewed her'left-hand stilt. In,the county jail after being duly are to be delivered .to Jailer McCooc ,'
leave for.a twelve days' mission 5 I at the city Jail : \ -
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tax collector' and. county Judge's. county. From the records, them parties .\ -Houston. Post, convicted.. Sheriff Jaycocks wiU\ : .
ary tour tbroughj;the"1'Miami! district. turn the to Sheriff Pre Drs. Light a nd Fogarty addressed .
records inflation' to llcease '*axes.andto Hid a liquor buslueas.duringtheYear ., V prisoner over
; ; We heard she had a vatt tonight and the two will leave I the,meeting onthe subject of bubonic '
\ ascertain-Jhe present'condition 1909-10 a s liquor dealers without : mangy cur- '
"Of the affairE'of these'departments a state and county licensej ' ! With,ear* Inclined to flop;. '' v on tbe! Olivette for eola.lounty.. I plauge and their remark wore ,
KERALD :Ilistened to attentively In view of the
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d And this .walked to her ; >
\ of the countywhich commit- The sheriff and tax collector were same cur up .
that boat.
I fact these gentlemen
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'*., resolu"tlfen '-And' gnawed:'her starboard prop-' \
tee waa'-appointedunder requested'to give--Information In-re '
? >' the board and onsl tlng of gard .these . ,The: :"' 'i'. : EnquIrer 'EUGENEt fitted to"carfT .theft,crusade for lJ' It'' 'H." ,
\ : of \Uo \ea. ;, ,: tax "lloc l'J' : iltlfIH: protection; tbe city the meeting, ' f,'
\ "P- Wl&O1e bosr4.. bLIeeqo, tor'.tal d'.that,they, had ,not Obtained PREDICTIONlowing : \ ""J j :(
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place the
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.rd.hed t&, him b .tile.t. bjS had rtiled' "'tl'_

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,must be n..mbered.consooutlYjll! W. : '
met "on Hhoth'' Inst.: and requested The '/ ; ... '. o
the tax 'txjllectoj1 and county'iudger h.t law i'r : :. nsacela Jo . ,. ':wII.! "
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- to-n eetiti thusrandto'prtduoe' -tbe vloll.... bl. - ---T-4 '(i'r ; *- \ > ttrSJk !" "*H p sw vftwv *iwa.
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duplIcate.lloeiee* and' stubs, and record > of Juan Delgado's'ommerciaI ",h \ I arrived on :; I )
..predictionconcerp4rig th. 'Stlsflttc cty;' ,:/U1r'' 'Z'EngoneW'ha : Steamship Miami Sunda , .
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I as stated "Before the meeting : 'Club. ."f. 4J Jy. roipovEi_ eyIUL20 Y , .JI.Ql'QIwr.-' .t ,
.however the',.harlff,,'had1.inspected i 'comparing: the 'list of.1910-1,9'1 q. presidential' election. to'be*'hld' thai : .cot ,Arl.ona.r a.'pbmlna- form.' y n.aDd spent;, the j-; :, ) .
find J.'O.; fall: : X. , -'' f.' ; : with :Dr; S..",D,:> W.. .LJg>ht. ;*Dr. . '
all places of business of,retail liquor we. .that/ Plode'Ja, ..obtained M.V. ted for the' presidency and Aaron S.Watkins \ .
(By 'Herald.) Dowling )bad!boen In Havana for tbe' .'
dealers and ascertained If the had -.a' license from the city 'as a
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O"ISSOCAN of Ohio placed on.tluij'lfk.st "
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license, and In case they hod such license retail liquor dealer and had not obtained Dodbtful., States. t"4' f ; purpose of Investigating conditions ,i.,'. 1
to obtain the numbers of the any ,from the state and' coun- Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho Indiana : as his running mate in convention. there to see If a quarantine against l' &;,.
aame. This Hat 'obtained by, the ty, and according to the records, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Nebraska 4; Suban'TioAnxIous here- Havana by Louisiana was nece eary.: : 'j
sheriff assisted us In' more accurately did business tho whole of tho year, "Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada 16 The nominations were made by' During the day Drs. Light and Fo.. ( .'(;
checking the licenses Issued.We without any such license. Tho Commercial New Jersey, New Mexico, acclamation after the first ballot had I garty had long conferences with Dr,
found after checking and re- Club' had obtained it. club: New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Ore Capture Rebel Leader Before I shown the preference of the dele- Dowling In regard to the plaguo sit ,-
checking theso records and stubs that lquor license from the city for the I gon, West Virginia, Wisconsin. Total gains for the two men. uation. -Dr. Dowling stated that he

all licenses that had been Issued' up year 1910-1911 and had not obtained I electoral vote, 207 They LeaveFrom The proposed change'of name Tor was .J\erl\ otly satIsfied wltbr conditions '

to June 30, had been properly recorded any such license from' tha state Mates'\ .Probably Republican.California the party was not taken U), as the in Havana and that ho had perfect -
by the county judge. It appears and county and according to. the Deleware, Illinois\ Iowa I convention rushed to a conclusion, faith In Dr.' von Ezdorf, who is
that the county Judge had complied records, bad been doing business Michigan Minnesota.New Hampshire ( the Havana Post) j after the nominations had been madeIn In charge .of affairs in Havana, representing -

wlth'the law as far as his duties ro- without such license. In violation of Pennsylvania Rhode Island The Post correspondent at Ouan-, 'order that the delogates might !, this government. _
quire In regard to licensee. South Dakota Utah Vermont, Washington tanamo telegraphed last night, that leave at once for their homes.Mr. I Dr. fowling left Sunday night for .
We found from the collector's I law.In view Of the conditions; we requested Wyoming. Total vote 155. -.' Colonel Karmany, commander, of the Chafln said he regarded the Jacksonville whore he will confer "
tubs that a number ot liquor licenses -: the sheriff,to provide a competent Democratic: State American -marines in Cuba will despatch nomination as the greatest political with Dr. J. Y. Porter, state health '

bad not been"issued until July of deputy 'to Inspect all licenses. Alabama, Arizona: Arkansas, the first marines from Cuba honor bestowed upon any man this officer of Florida.
: the preaentyoar-aa follows: M...Rip- and report to thebOardV which inspectiOn Florida Georgia, Kentucky Louisiana Tuesday on tho gunboat Prairie. Two year.: He thanked the convention for '

pa ,Jlcense;' V Cordero 1 licensefor Is now In process ot com Mississippi, Missouri North companies carrying field artillerywill his second nomination and promised M
his personal use and 2 for othersfor pletion.'S Carolina Oklahoma, South Carolina, leave for Panama. not to atand for a third term. NEED BLUE STOCKING
whom he'acts as agent 3 In all; We would recommend ''to the board Tennessee Tozas: "Virginia. Total The other companies will gradually The leading candidates against Mr. %' J-, -

J. O. Piodella 1 license j F. Dubriel, that In future a closer scrutiny be electoral vote 170.> be withdrawn a few at a time and .Watklns for vlco president wore Mrr 'Hi

,1 license; thC>\Elks Club, 1 license; had of the affairs' of the office of tax: sent to: posts in the United States. Emerson of California and George. E1. MOTHERS IN ATlANTA' :3
and the Eagles Club 1 license, making collector and w, would recommendthat appearing the board that such Investigation Their poets in Orlen\e will bo occu- Stockwell of New tork. ,

a total of 8 licenses not,i..uad. the .sheriff make at least two was necessary and a pied Immediately by Cuban troops. .

until July.. Consequently theyKworo j j tour of inspection each year -to ascertain committee having been appointed Inspecting Marines. ARRESTED FOR SI'KKIHNQ. 1 -
not ,recorded In the county judge's! that all liquor licenses are consisting of the whole board, and Colonel ICarmany and Colonel Lucas I "White Stockings" and
record,,, as ho does DOt!'get any report properly Issued, and that noperson, WHEREAS The said committee have eeu. making a general Inspection ,
: Irom the collector until the are doing business without a license. ha. made Us report covering the Of all of the marl es In H. Cain, Admiral" Young's chauf "Caps" are ftoy and !'

of each, month.. / -, ,We'would furthe state'with emphasis matters and ,things suggested In tbe their various posts. The hear\*'of the feirwas given a hearing In rminlflipeTcourt '
of these licenses amounted tO43> that tbe' practice'of receiving resolution appointing the said committee troops is fold to be extremely goorWBoslness yesterday afternoon for Girl Criminals J
ond'j '
which, ainpunt the tax collector' taxea: N>r Uceill *'OI1'' the installmentplan and it appearing that said report Is Recovering.Business exceeding the speed limit driving on ,.
deposited with the:county, allowing1 them to do business contains, the facts Iriltne case, In Guantanamo which the -:--- ,
producing':'his reclpt for I name without sucn IIcen. "*'.mu.t cease. and 'making sundry rosp ipenda- had been par ltaed on account of left side of the street and driving Atlanta Ga., July 16.-Gossipy '

The tax'collector explained: to tho That In futUre;wiry'case of this kind tions, as will appear In ''Ma'report; the uprising, is again ,becoming: nor- without a rear light. 'Admiral Youngwas I girls whom the police assert are

committee, that. he had allowed these coming to thesattentton\ of the boardbe THEREFORE Be it Resolved. By I mal in the machine at the time the i members of.a. band known as."the' ,

vartI.L to po, .him for their*licenseson summarily dealt with according1' the Board.of County. ComnIssionere ,, Reception to Monteagudo. ordinance was violated. Judge Curry : white stockings," and an auxiliary: '
the Installment plan, and while to'' law? Any further irregularities of Monroe county Florida, In special An Imposing reception Is being fined the chauffeur' S10 and then suspended , organization: of "the white caps,"
a portion of this money; bad -ieon in In' the.conduct of affairs of.tht? department meeting assembled that the reportof planned in Havana for General MOn- sentence.the composed of youths ranging from .,
his possession since ,Octfiberv 1811 of>,the county,; will be referred the committee appointed by this teagudo on his 1' return with his 'vic eighteen to twenty' years of age jI !'
but no license had been Issued until .. to the governor. board in. relation to the collection' torlous army, about July 20. It' Is proved to be the undoing of several ,
the whole amount had'been 'paid. RespectfuUsubmitted., of the revenues be, and the same Is planned to make the occasion a great Chamber of Commerce and Spanish members ot the' alleged "gang." and ': '
We fouad however that all licenses :W. REPORTER, ."' hereby adopted. ' celebration. All parties are expected: colony. A dinner for the troops a number of the latter are now In '

Issued by him since October had been, '.. ,'T.: R.-CURRYJR.. RESOLVED, further That \in future to Join In the welcome. The Zaylsta Is also planned to be given on the Jail charged with having been con
accounted .for and the mono depos". DOMINGO MILORD 'JR., all officers of this county be examined Liberals met in their club last night Alameda before they leave foi-"the nected withseveral attempted burg-, '
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ited. ',?" BRAXTON ,B. WIARREN. ,'and,their( affairs checked and and passed resolutions congratulating west. S larles. .*- '* .N '
'We cannot'; too'' strongly' condemn Following tho reading of i tha com audlted., at least once every three the Cuban army and President Conrt Martial Today. It !la the theory ot the police'that'N '

the practice of allowIng' parties to mittee's report, the following ..reso- .monhs, 'bec1nninlr from the' date 'of Gomes for putting down. the upris The court martial of the officers the boys are responsible for 20 per; II,.
pay llcpaaes on the Installment plan lution Was offered by Commissioner this resolution. That all officers be ing. .Considering. the personal en- and men accused murdering) tbe cent of recent burglaries and, other- "c ': '

It )s/8tfoctly contrary to' law. and Braxton 'B. Warren and ,was':adoptfd -. Instructed'that all laws of this state mity said to exist between General four volunteers at Boqueron will be- : Crimea in Atlanta, and they hope,by-' : "( ;
leads to complications In'the.affairs' ,by unanimous.,vote. :. pertalnlngvto their duties, must be Monteagudo and Dr. Zayas the actionof gin this morning. Captain Reguelra 'reason ofthe disposition cf several: ,I.".; \ ", "J"4
.of the collection of'4hO( re enuell.l- It f' literally, enforced and that any ''dere the Liberals h. fegardod.as Significant. has selected Captain Real to defend 1 to make confessions and accusations" ,, :' I 1..m\l )

I.. a grave irregularity:,' and. it I...,a ''A RESOLUTION IIctlOQ f duty-.found by this board The Asbertlstas. have taken no him while other defendants have retained against others to escape severe pun .I.u,". 1 'IJI ",
cause' for removal from office. /. Resolution of" the'.Board'of: County will .be,, reported to the governor' for action. I civil lawyers. This will bo tbe Ishment. to wipe out the organisation , ..; .',' "
{' We would especially call the Commissioners;* Monroe .County such action as be may deem proper. Capture of Vvonet I only court martial held. Owjng to \ of youthful criminals. ,;r '"It,I.
board's attention' to one stub that Is, Florida relating: 'irregularities RESOLVED, further, That the "Capture Yvonet b foro July 18" the cessation of martial law tho oth- It .is said tbe boys spent money, .)11 ';, -
tub No. ,436. This' stub called foramerchant's ., in the Coltectton'of'B venueL. .' Sheriff of.this county b4 requestedto Is tho slogan of the federal troops inOrlente. er cases will be tried In the ordinary lavishly on their girl friends ;'aftd') }/ ,; -
: llccnao.:''according": to. f:,WHEREAS' It ppearlnc to the appoint'.-com petent dopu'ty to Inspect General/ Monteagudo plans courts. There arc nearly 200 prisoners that many of the dollars .that.w n4;I" ,', \

the sheriff's; hat,'- -submitted from hl. Board rot i County !Commjssloners of' allplacesof,business.,. required to leave Santiago on that date and in tho Jail awaiting trials on the for moving 'plcture shows jorlde.; ., '!
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.. ... Inspectlon,,: 'the 'corresponding 'li Monroe 'County.' Iorid.i;' that then to ';.have\a, license 'and roport- any the troops are,making every effort to charge of con.plracY"at08 of them, etc., came from the pockets .. and I). -IJ4d
cene,' bearing., the No.' 486 called existed sundry Irregularities. In the persons. ,without a license. at least trap the negro leader before his de it,Is expected will'be cleared-owing, homes!! of' victims of their criminal,' ,(' f\9.; .,.
: for a. liquor'Hconne.:a;. ravo'dlscrep-: collection <*:the .state,i f and', county once every-six months.. Also, to report parture. He Is known to be In the to Jack of >evidence. acts. ." > >: V -' >'' >(.'1<.,
z T . : ancy.and ..thetax: collector,on being revenues'and that charges"'had been Irregularities ,n the license Vjneulo district and although that is Pledra Ooer.as Witn_/ Several at th youths '1asllj; '.lft'Atlanta' :"'-. : )
4 '- :Basked' .to i explain, statedVthat! this publicly 1II*4e'.touehi..c'' these Irregularities thst shall;< anoai''. ;": \ an-ldeal place for hidingtbe! troops General Plodra, left*Havati* Thursday yesterday and the police ..-.; ,j""II,
!,,was' ,-clerical,, error and; thV; upon ,1\thus bringing t the, matter -,; RESOLVr1*nrther,'That'a'\'copy' hope to .MlD him out. I I. : night on the Santiago,express' : to dare that ia nulmber O.Oul1&.rl./' :: / :: il'(

balancing: up his casb.b.e had,found to.the:attention 'of the boa'rct/>and of 'thls.'Tf">lutlon. be furnished the Banquet to Monteafrudo.? be present at the court, martial todayas I In.-the: ,, city are fearful of'.the posaN: ',?. ;:;;..' "

t. t' ,,the error..,and bad Corrected! H,'" byUsuing the'county jndge'ot"this county bayIng Ooeo'.and: '/,'County Solicitor" of Santiago dispatches received ,h... be/ had been called\ as ,wltnen.O blUty of being arrested.7charged,'\ ;'
0 . 'if a'now'llcenso to..Ule; party ;i requested,that*'an; Investigationbe the C'"*tnal Court of Record; "* yesterday told of a grand dinner given ' eral Pledra was the commandingofficer 'with having criminal' Knowledge of. -:' I'

,' '...and makinir stub to correspond and made,.'and' that the affairs ot hisofflee :;. ,* ,"Submtttad'by' . i > A, ,v in honor( General Hol1teacudo.t. of the.volunteers killed atuerOi lit'flot hating actually participated; \ ,' ,

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Coffee Retailer, Attention !I' Th' Lady, And boots perate.ment,yetA In the courtbelow"No trampling; no; .I-could interrupted of horses not!' sst .: ..11111'f 11111, =-11111 < .... -


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Prices ot Green Coffee are i
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Y'' prospects t. of lower' figures .'for..:. ,tlia i BFREDERIC"S; ISIIAM I. 55 Capitals .*' ' '- .1 $100,000- '. k'l'
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i.' fir 1 present. As, consequence,: the +i.... ". .,. Axth A. t II: Surplus'J,d Undivided-ProfitY $46,000 ; UII a .'

1 price of the ground article, "nfbo : "The 'Strollers"1"Vndet 1"

'f .be raised by the different, :roasters .\ .,. "The',..-Roso"i. 11 r Total Resources.. :Oyer One.'Mil-. .
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laying: this penalty. I have ne-. -

eared several -lot-. --though---al- , :, -- - ) OFFICERS ; :'DIRECTORS. ,

such figures as to'.leave) the; ', .....ea".I10. ,11.., |
'tilelots ,. ,*_* -.s _j-j-a-t 1-..-.r-'.>. 2,'* W/AHen., President;; ...Cn Lowe, Jr.
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unchanged, as '.long as' ':; .Your Ladyshipl" Aftef knocking John W. Allen.
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ads- last.THErPRJGE. r In.vain' Marie had entered the room = O. Bowae Patterson, Vloe"-pres. /. 'Oeo.'tk Lowe. ; \ =.
r and set down the small tray she car Oeo.L. Lowe-Qa hler. William R. Porter
ried. "There U something your Ladyship O. Bowse Patterson.Cbas. .
r ought to know!" with air of Charles A. Collins Ass Osih.'ie I
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PER --POUND The. GoYernor'a daughter halt' Riohard HTKemp, Asstj cashier W- Allen.,

for the same 'good, satisfactory ard reliable] article turned "What now Marie she said ." '

which has made "EL CENTRAL" famous for warp y."lt's about. Nanette! My lady madea I :'- 4 ._ ilp---=IIUI11111-

k T 1 over twenty five years. quick movement of annoyance Im The Sound of Horn_ ,

; Think: ot this if you want'to sate dollars on the coffee patience. "I did not tell your Ladyship .
tainly she lifted her head looked
bbt I her >-
which sell. was averse to having
you remain here. Your Ladyship does not around her; then mechanically stepped; ;
J. F. CARBONELL .. understand, of course and-" forward and left the room. Now Is The TimeYou
"I do understand." said my lady un A scene of animation greeted her in

;' 610 DUV4JL STREET expectedly. "And-!you need not explain the court alive'With lords and ladles .../ e
I overheard you talking with for the most part already in the saddle need something to build

---. -- -- -- -- -._.--=...:.-:. .. her that night of the banquet 1 and waiting: you up
', R / .- t-. --.-.--Y- "Your Ladyship!I" startled. hail to Diana who will lead us In Rexall Specific and""AUerative Compound
the forests!I"
1 er . "And I heard you speak of her father IS THE MEDICINE

LIKK8 HIS MKALH TASTILY Black. Pierre Larocbe" friend of the I Marquis\ "Fttlr'nympb extended let his us hand.away!" and the It improves the Blood, and helps your

t7 '' a v PKKPAIIKD.-- and not only tint "And Seigneur..her-after that!" With a seemingly merry nod she System to resist disease.

.t but be likes to have them (prepared- "Why not? 1 could watch-and I acknowledged their greetings;;, put outa Don't'put.it off buya bottle now and

..__....' j"'r My lady's manner was feverish "Your
X time We are ranking. n spoolalty suspicions were ridiculous. There has bred. But ere giving the signal to your health at the present time more than

ef nerving Business Men' meal been nothing-nothing! And day aft start, the girl's glance swung aroundto anything else.
d er tomorrow Is the wedding celebration a window opposite where stood an Sold on a Gurantee Money
Refunded
0lac, THE FflBILY RESTUIRINTin / and the next day, be the Black austere figure imperturbably looking if*,
: : SeigneurShe broke off abruptly. down to watch them ride off. You do Not Get Results '

1 ..; family dining room li equipped -Had Marie been less wrought up, AM revoir, mon .pere!" Her voice .
+' a + In the brit and niocit family ervl less excited less concerned with the rose with an odd unusual thrill.' "Au PR JNJfS t 1t
revoir! she repeated when a mistiness -
information she had she
.. ?. and wo make a speolalty fir to impart in her KEY
suddenly blurred
.. eyes WESTDRUG
could not have failed to notice the odd CQ.
""f sight of and she
erring families. break in her YQung mistress' voice; him tightened the
''Iii. '. something unusual almost akin to despair rein. Yet bestltatlng to go. her gas
"'.." Our: meals are ,always tastily prepared and ln'her manner. As it was, that cleared and swerving was abruptly '
When which weighed' the old nurse'smind' arrested by another and more -Interested .c: the $ Store
b9 we give you quick service. you want spectator, who partly concealedby ,
precluded :close observation of :
R;, a good meal. quick come to the ,et. the other flowers and plants./peered ;with r

"But something has happened, my anxious expectancy" froni her own bal. e 09 4
I "t. : RESTAURANT.T'HE' con .As Nanette's t
+ ;,. BUVAL ; Lady!" the woman half stammered. ) eyes met those of .t.f '

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IL ' ,. ?LDlaconneetedlyt, the woman launched held by,'somethlng-i-a' 'flash:rqt'lmpe"> 'nL () ,\ h,: >.St ores

. :. f\\ { : Q RER-AL;.. ''EN 'CQy ':"J( / into&M;a before narration;I ti of the rjUbened events olvselr.of then ling moment Intelligence or t'WOJR1."In the lady other' gas.e4p.o.::* ."","".-,:.:..,..,-.,,..-"....-..,-,.m.1I'u.., ,'".,-,-;.-,..',:ylY,7R''t 7.-_.." : .. ,r h.",... "H-., 'co,..,.}'' :....1"k._ ''_ ..<, _I't'__,'-_. _...'",.. '<. .
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. .'!I." " paper-'I holiday r'and, under the . .204'Eaton
:. : .1" ll ; .O'Tk..L' 'AJT9f 'D'o', : of the note'she dropped oa'the trapping CfoJ'eot I '. .... .. J Street .

r! ",:", ..,.j; ,,.f. "; '. ,, ,'TELEPHONE'NO.1;, beach.thrusting,,,'"!.'be the.bits.of man"tore, it up into but, ,his SD horse the, the commandant, party swept with. gaily.,flourish tram, of : ; ;-. Beds For 15c and 2No ,

'1.( .,', \. '" In selecting an:,Insurance agency;,JSifit 'be' the ODe pocket this ;fell out,.paper''and_after"lie sands to shore;; '*. ,,' . s -beds afterJ_o'clock. ._

: tll"h'; ; : ie record and streagto guarantee the liberal, dul : walked It away' I picked .It up myself Commandant"A- gallant! company observed, the Monsieur 1. jthebnlplace :in
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Marquis
'"' from thVfcand. I cant: read, as yourLadyship' AW I
:4; lliment of all its
: : : obligations. knows, and there. Isn't much to the officer in charge, as they the city where you .

: :" Our success is the reward of on Itnly' a word ,or two I But it reached the green line at 'the )"ellow'balrn'l Baker Bros.RESTAURANT.
tell edge. "Now if we were to can buy the celebrated :
may something.

'fL" .' merit and the result of nearly twenty -' the My hand lady's she face extended was now steady composed; for; meet"He an would..nemyN find us prepared, my '

\" Lord!" the officer
: ? \ honorable' several moments she regarded the declared.
. .\ : .'. ;, years dealing'with fragment.. "True!"touched And {he nobleman complacently Peter's Diamond Brand Shoes : Will Open April 3rd at the
the Jeweled hilt of
"What does It asked the woman
sayT"
: :t;'" : our patrons. anxiously. "Is It-is It Important his own blade' accompanying the action We have the 'exclus Corner of Caroline and
/': ., with a tender glance atvthe Lady
Her mistress did not at once answer Margaret Streeets.
; twisting the bit of paper In her Elise ive agency for these .

"' J WHY TAKE CHANCES old fingers nurse stood repeated as If In her thought question."This and. the She, not however to hear, a; spoke little suddenly ahead appeared to- famous shoes and Regular Meals and Short Orders


k\4, -, ELSEWHERE ? for some note admirer might have!" said been, at length Intended her the sward horse, and started, as at they a brisk swung gallop from have large just'received shipments of I Wa Solicit Your Patronaftd-

tY;. the Governor's daughter slowly. down the road. Laughing the others the latent and most

-.-- -- .- ... --' ._- -- -.--- -' -'-' -_._ --- "He looked more like an old'privateer came after, lords and ladles first; behind -
with tumult and clatter, the com stylish models.
murmured the
groan woman.
'DQYOUKNOW: 1 "And there may "be some plot-aomo mandant and his men. As they advanced All sizes, from the Gallat's Tonsorial Parlor
THOMSON'S !" .on either side the way thick .
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plan
i t smallest infants to
trunks of moss-grown monarchs-
That our'a is the coolest "Privateersman!I" The.girl's man uplifted Centrally located, and I
t f- their gnarled and hoary branches the largest sizes.
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ner underwent a change;; she shrugged | .
Convenient To All
land' largest place in "GLOVEFITTING"CORSETS Jo meet overhead; through leafy Once
I hersbouldera. "What could they hope you wear a
interstices bright'flnsbe.. of sunlight I, HOT AND COLD WATER !BATH
L town? That we carry !
pair of the Diamond
the. shot downward danced on fine garments '
I I'' a complete stock of flue and accoutrements and 'then Brand, you will haveno Latest Tonsori-il) Appliinoea, and
1r'' good-looktng; and what little Is here the most! modern saniturv methodPLAOK
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,b liquors and cigars?That rendezvous. Whisked elfishly 'away. In dim recesses other.Jake's
would seem to signify.,a.i "KB
j finches and rUB YOU LOOKING FOB
beyond
sparrows sang;
t' this is the plaoft where In that."
1f There may Be no great harm
murmured streams:and rivulets whileat
!; .the beer is "Always" I "I am sorry, my Lady'to seem to '
{ the feet of the riders; gay restlessflowersnodded Trading Palace NextHotel Jeffa
ow'n the
.' think 111 of my kin, muttered
cold? Drop in and see usST..PATRICK'S ". '" as if in accompaniment ,
woman dejectedly ,
.but-
the glad the morn "" I '.
to\ muslo.of
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"Think no moN! of HI You, have I.
"Small wonder his Excellency should
BAR done your duty. Now leave the mat
. have desired to add this fair principality J
ter to me, nd-tbaa. you M.rI.I"Whe -
Cor. Front and Fitroatiick Sts however the.old nurse had to his Own!I" muttered the :Majrquis,
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looking around. "Of the 'forests
seven
d s ti gone, all pretense lightness\ faded
;' t of the Governor's daughter of Brittany none will compare with Pure Food
from the face Ice Cream Co.
; ? ARKINS _fII and, opening the biter paper, once this you, the EliaeT"Desaurac spurring'woods his: What horse think near'' I
more she scrutinised it swiftly .Intently
? J his betrotbed's. "Are yoti not taken

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'ft ; / L she read. "Yea; It must mean St Ran- As"he dismounted to examine strips ORDER. YOUR CREAM FOR TODAY
ulphe-where we 'are going: And I and fastenltfgs the others dashed up;
'1' "' ---- bereBeppOknewcoswere4tbtngtlleppo I mL.lady-jlghuy motionedthem. __.EROM..IJs---CR.EAMS.ORE.VERY FT,
'PUCE BUSINESS : ;
OF IS ONt she went down on the beach ."We'll' soon overtake "011.1! Don't
THE with!I" Again .he,stu4kd the .frag Walt!" Unquestioning' they obeyed; AND. l'THEY ARE' MADE, RIGHT.. VOR7'1 7'1
CORNER OF SIMO TON & though' the
t v THE name of these toraots laExpreaaUe went striving to make ont a word t1ft.: few moments commandant later to whom a '
she
1 had been blotted and was almost 11I I delivered a PH.6N.E37,1' :
it says hug ;
similar Injunction, .
STREETS brought his men to .
; 'EATON .gmceful, ,oft and pliable--It legible. She frowned as she.endeavored > i halt
a and proffered
his services.
says beauty and comfort ia the to decipher It. "Lady B." She
f kind of language. gave an exclamation. "That refers, of Whereupon the Marquis repeated thegirl's u
plainest .
'. to-fBut.whyT"1: She kept asking words more sharply; .reddening .. -' If.
course "
'THEO.IHOL'rSBER9:' i herself;the que.tlon. "WhyT" she, the officer: wheeled- and staring. to:ride: .....t..!. ..... . ..! .. ..... .... '
on. .
IILEPNONE,219, FOR YOUR Next'to 'San Carlos. repeated widened when-, ,changed suddenly, a'the, browneyes light "I.can't_ find anything wrong. hem!" ', .
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? shone In their ,depths. ',rit most be Puzzled, the.Marquis straightened. I 11m. Cufry f Sons' ;;CoCG1NERALMRHANTS :
ELEC ICAL WANTS But her'eyes'Were
f they intend to-what else?" C" 'directed ahead .
fir and she pointed with J" 'fi '- >- "
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'iL J ARKI .party;to gather-brOk >upon,the klr, break in the woody barrier to the right : I'.
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Y,1 *a :path that, I
springing?from
theroadside
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the table,'to' the,'nntasted: .breakfast. "'.17 heart of the. labyrinth.\; uAnI. ...., RALWAY.. ;IIAItDWAR EBVILD'IN; (: .; .; f
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Boston &6' 27 611 '
New York. .&IJ 14 808.
Washington 60 ,3'J' '619' .' ,.?.,.,.....,..,,.., f r( PI&.l.8bllr& ,...., ,.,d 43 80 ,'.681- t r
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Chicago 43 35 bbl ,, ClnclaaaU 40 81 J 619 ,
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'Cleveland 40- '4t. '494 . DETAILED :,RESULTS IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES; YESTERDAY . -r Pbl1 Detroit 39 41: 481 8& LouIe 80 48 3ItO #,
8k Louis 22 54 '. 28N'e1la SPECIAL',CABLE SERVICE TO, JOURNAL Brooklyn 30'45 400
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deader played here this afternoon e'c Philadelphia. July 15.;The Athletic . '::''i .
the Pirate.,defeated the Brooklyn shut out the Cleveland Naps ;,t / }!,

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!Pltteburg made $ hits and .
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and Gibson- Simon. I !
Philadelphia battery: Broen and '. 1''!
(Brooklyn battery. : Allen Curtis I
and Miller k '. 1'r 'Lapp. #

.Second game: 'I Cleveland battery: Kahler, Knapp. +,
OPittsburg made 8 runs!, 14- hits .. . <..tay ''Stein,and.. O'Neill, Eaatorly. ;'4
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Brooklyn made 4 run..ll nits and ..-
1 error. n 4; Detroit 6.. .
Pittsburg battery. : Kent ''and Kr-' Boston, July 15.-The Detroit Tiger ( I'',' ,

win.Brooklyn $ L defeated the homo team 6f, to 4 ?,
battery: Hendrix Burke q.
and Simon. In a hard ought, game here till aft."n"l

Umplree\poth\( games) : Rlglor and ,. ornoon.

,,,, Boston made 4 runs, 6 hits andS,
1'lanernn.Chkago 8; Boston 7. oJ f= -- I . 1_' ,..",",-.<_...,=' "",-"' .>..-"ad e a't.\'G1\
Chicago July 15.-In a': hard ... errors f tDetroit
fought and well played gamo hero 'Woodrow Wilson. TltomM R. Marshall.' mado 6 runs, 10 hits and #

this afternoon tho Cube defeated the 4 errors. -
BostonDovos+ 8 'to 7. Boston battery: Hall, Bedlent.- 1.1
Chicago made 8 rune 13 hlte and Wood and Cady. ;

4 errors.' : will win ? Detroit batteryWorks! nnd Stan. '
Boston made 7 runs, 10 hits end Which two
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O.orrorg Umpires: Dineen and'Shorldnn.- .
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Chicago battery: Marceny, Brown New York H; St. louts 8. "
and Noddham Archer. That is the question ,--- New York July 10-The Yankees '1
Boston battery: Dickaon, Brown, easily defeated the St. Louis Browns J.

..... Donnelly and Kling. hero this afternoon by a score of I 5) "
Umplros: Brennan ad Owens. ,
to 3. 'Poor base-running cauood the .
Cincinnati 1; Philadelphia a. Brown' defeat. "
Cincinnati, July 15-T-he home New York made 6 rune, 6 hit and "I 1
team wet down in defeat today to ', .
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the Phillies by -score of 2 to 1. \ Louis made 3 runs, 9 hit and \'; I
The gam'o was well played and hard 5 error. r t'i
fought from start ,to finish. N ,
Ford and "
New \: bftttery:
? Cincinnati made 1 run, 7 bite and .---- ? C tw Sweeney.Yolk .
1 error. Powell and Ste. ,
3t.'Louls battery
Philadelphia made 2 inns, hits, m'x. ? ?S S o _
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Umpires: Hart and ConnellY. '
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battery: Frommo and 3 Chicago 4.
Washington ; .
McLean. Washington, July "16.,-Tho Sen. .. \
Philadelphia battery: Rlzey and tore were defeated here this l afternoon --
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Kllllfer. 1 4 to S by the Chicago White.I
Umpires: Eason and Emsllo. con'r
a I Sox In a hArd fought and closely
St. Louis 10; New York 6; ; I t
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St Louis, 15 termsimply'
July -The homo- ] made 2 runs, 10 hit
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tMy; *t.t ". FRKDKttlCK, 'H..n MATHKW8. .. .... . . ..'.. .. . .... ._,... ..., . Editor / \
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". .p : P .";0, ". EVISTOX.. !t' i,.: !.. ,. Y.. . . .,.. .. .. Circulation Manager'

"I' ':."8 Entered as second clan matter September 6, 111011, at the Post Office la. 1ttIE IM1 :Musc: louse rl', ,7 \l

.i. /': .\ Key- West undor act- of March' 3. 1879.. .-

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I'. a _...,,-. Dellvsredlto ofjheclty .
rl and part for JLO_cents a week. Sent postpaid toy

..: >' '. ,:y> aDJ'PaI1; of the Postal Unlon'for.fIi a Tear;i8:64'3or :
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;- ;LbontyCommiselonenasatll9vestJgatlniwuunl. : .1; .
N have .ubmitt i ed existed In ':___ I_ '_. _._ '_. _
aome of the county records. The investigation shows that -----'- -- _.
' 5 the charged were baaed on facts and that MMIIO slip shod methods, to say in : ; ., -.- '- . .>.1- .- [II .-. .. I
: a the least, Were being usod.jr. .

r,' The report ats ftubmltted lattt night Is floor and needs no comment, see I I : ; it .matters ':riot' whether _

ut tliere is one point brought out in the report whirh we believe injfut- 1 i ,

fr4 t 1'0 tile tax collector, should perfectly dear. Wo refer to the or
rov by the Investigating( committee that certain persons had done : piano, 1.
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business.without Jlircnm \
Now he tax collector 1* not f der : l$l- that will .
a c'nunlyC'utb It is pot a part of Ma --one be s'
i4 duties to find out whether not certain : *. e .
or parties have taken out a lIe_. to .,/ /
t' If no HrensoH af all were taken out,, it would not Ire up to the tax collector : \ S
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4 there be thoM whottarli a portion of the Mamo Where .
it does not be' ; ' :
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As to tJie balance "irf U.e .y.;" /' I.' .. .. '
report as we have said It JII very clear us ;' .r . -<-- - .
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Mayor FoRarty and City Health\ )nicer Light have assumed active "
at charge of the crusade against rats in fWnlty
and
they propose to exert Y
every effort to Insure Key West against fnvanton
by the
dreaded> plague. less
1 The city and rounty have placed at their dintMmal whatever funds. I l o
y; T be needed to successfully carry out their planll. may t lil', l I .

Now, whether five'rents apiece for rata, dead or alive, appeals to ( ''i t, 11 s u .
;you or not, it Is highly probable that you believe
strongly In
self-prose?-
S vttion, and therefore you will "swat" the rats at every opportunity. No R
grave concern Is felt here concerning the
plague situation In Cuba, but
5 y nevertheless, It is note; proposed to take a pound of cure when an. ounce 92 I I G
of prevention will" do the work equally 'well. a
1' \ The necessity of killing off the R.ir
rata at once can better be roll
elated when It la,said'that appre- .
rata carrying the
a germs of .bubonic, plague :

\r are human often being.In a.community Therefore,' inasmuch monthsbefore as there tlie has dlseaae been ample isconveyed oPport.aaltJIf' t.q a a_ /: ::f ; ... "D E .'.
for infected rau'to < > ,0 (' 1
"- reach this city from Havana I,during;; uie',)) "paaVTsfo\ I 1''i f <.\).1"" ,o'".. ... ,__
months Is .ot
,. ,, r,, 'earliest,'ymautenE'yhi.matter M vitany'becee.ar; that all .of- then* be},extermin:4ed, -tb;? ;dJi. .:. :I -J..... .... H.. .
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{,4t' 'West cannot' aitord., to \take,'chanc:**.': !;:-"i\t'.,,- -tJ*''AI'. .iA !.;rW ,. ,., >"f"Y.i'.1:','I ". ......, '''.1 ,..." (.".'.
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S v ]darometer// 80.02 29.97 THREE >
'r r'4' t TemperUueo'' 70 . SO \ : inches
high 2'feet.3 O.
'+' )- Wind Velool y Calm 0 ;
Wind Direction N. B.Cloudy. ..E.Cloujy. iy D $325
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U; Wl ,"OKT; TIn HABIT." WM.

ii..l-t ,Oet the habit la right; and It you pianos. We i
kt''' ..,, \ Jr want{ to get the right habit visit carry
.' diaries Davis',;store and get the '
; i. ;" P tabeixlashery. that baa style, quality ; the R. S. Howard
I i 'f/: ' 'l'! and price. _. and 5
, . :rii'j.i1: V ., \plere are a few stunners: J. .
t]j \ l'i\\1., 'CreamjantstourdifferentetyleL( ; DRUGS--- .. '
rV r ", ; :I ,,"" '. ins subway style .or regular, loop $6 / l : an instrument that ,
.... \ Ytt\ .tt.! ,< 'll f allty'at' 8.48. We are centrally located ant.. 4if; > '. '' ? i ? .
.' "'f' r4 \ ,' {Blue serge In both styles,,tub-way 'carry a compote line otf isf this
;,- /tjl :..ioPPl.qr. !regular cut, '$6 quality at Drugs and Drut ''SundrletY. /it, it : ctiQ than ppp-
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$ ::411,\ besides a0different patterns
'y d\tl.s > ""panta at U..S1 r' GUIGHA'RD' -t.. I ,

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,,3' Price-/of Silver Lubin; Drama Judge of -
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/. 17"iB rown -:liheifoirsklrtel', i2 Ip; valuc \y; -.'. ly, "1':.A.CIn ..";, ,;aamS back...."I'.e, '.- .-se en weeks and then the wedding ;:' ';

...\ BOW 'r. \ 7onyd. "\... got t,sohett ookln*>that:;:wfll;pat. bull will get boar, tor you.: " eh. : ,
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V.JJi6o assortment ofinghama;; jinensV;;, -n*" tiyooragt Jefftnon replied, Bomewhat'dolefully.n ,
finished checks and IIOm.UmN nfcrrotu prostration.." ',: '' dig up a'few-old .
stripe ,20o vkjues
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: ow \ r \ tOo aVd. > mow!"'I ald\"Uil. !s\ the doorstep.I went on. "It' going ." ... ,, ,, : +<;r"\
\ \ real cooda.' ft can't r wrong slfi to afford me a bunch of, keen* delight ',
\ \ \ last like (getting >oaoneyfrofo4CaiDegte. to aoak you In the midriff with a C' Company.We '.!'I/ ...

- \ .:_ _\ S\ \, \ I"e. dlaco.el'ecl g.nlus."AgentuslBmocktepe.ted." Y rutty patent leather and then push atewrie.tr1tter.3nund.ryour i ., ,,\
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Frank HoltsbergsO5IGIKAL MHla nam la:; BlcAor Bepptf P 1'00aItJD5Jd. Bunch tried to'pull a smile, but his'ace ,- -,- --" ---'-> '-
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"and, hew,ac.a." finish was a mournful Bleh.I 1"M+IM.+... ..tiH4ttf"NtMF F Fti 4i i"F Fri}+ ,
\ "Wbat doc k* o'or asked Bunch: "John" he said,attar the waiter bad : '
"spar eight VmmdK wth Ute.piano or. tfOwded'the slzz-watcr into the 'wood, --,.- --_- : '-';
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\ -NH on the burry talk. Bunch." I "tih, sush!" I said; "you'll get over
oRDEIm BOLG,, snld. '-Prtroflklntkl U a dlocOTcryofxinlue. that NBunch. Isn't It a hit how we Peacon's Gro
Richard
and h.'.xall to-tbd,must I'd.. young fellows begin to warm wise .to -;--
.Iv HoSi. on llTuBlonltt. and be can pull off ourse1ves\ he moment we get a flash :
aom .-.or the beat tricks I ever blinked of the orange blossoms. We think: of ,

,, o in "xc, I at. Say he hall Hermann and Keller I the'beauUfu \little lady we are lead- our"line of Alumi- '
D end all those gun backed up In a corner Ing to the alta and then we think"6f Call around and.ex mine .. ----
yelling tor help. Sklnskt U our the many beautIfttJ! souses we have led num Ware, Round Trays, Rice-Boi1ers.Water-

mint, and wore going to take him' out by the hand, and We begin to ask: our- Kettles, Deep Stew Pans, Berlin Kettles, Berlin
stands and
over the one-night drag a selves if we are wO 1"by. Before we '
} Iu''+ f.. ISKE ir 'fortune away 'from Mr. and Mrs. can get the right answer the preacher Sauce Pans, Fry Pans and Casseroles. ,'
$eab." has dropped: the flag, the.,ceremonies "
of' \You mean you're going to finance are over, and after that th struggle Cor. Fleming and Williasts'.
Uniformity a tbtjr for this unknown magician and to upply'(,hree squares a day'puts the
expect to win out? Say, John don' boots to every other worry;ram Iright
a whiskeyexcell- let fny troubles affect your brain; I'll Gonaatv ?" PHONE 67

bo' :good and stop crying "I m'pose so, -John." Bunch replied, ,
j ence is always ad- '"I mcan/Cuncli, that Sklnekl is the "but it Isn't a case...of rattles with me. i. _
Wonder of the age, and all we'have to I'm.Bhy with,the ma urae, and It looks:
1 mittedvithput da la to BhowXlm to the public\ andtfrey'D how as If that little trip to the minister's .tufttiff++...+...'..++++++++++++++++++.4.P...+.I +trH

,be handing us their jewelry will have to. be postponed In .. -- --
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question by eveiv: myself on Account ot a aide play which x Skidoo, ikidooXand quit'me, Mr. "-
my wife know nothing about. I .JoBhelmer!" I suggested. \ BUSY BUILDERS ,I
who knows promised her'to make' rst payment "'
man 1 mean Jt. John Bunch cameback..I
of/ $6.000 on that new home, we're go- can't lead a girl like Alice 9: I 5__*.. .......1
the history of tog to bur on tho'-nr t of the year, an d Grey Into the roped arena of matri!' have no time to experiment wltn'
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Did I I. W. Harper -., '- building materials of uncertain
Whiskey, :: z quality. They demand the kind

-' ly they can use without the possibility .
Here's < brand that you can depend i i I 1hL of having to tear down and '

OBPalways; the kind,.of whisBy t fF \ build over ...... :rha '. why they

P '- ,thainever; ''dtaitpppinia. "It''''isi, I come.to mm for lime, bricks, ce -
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Corner of SImonton and Angela Streets I wish;. made All work of anything guaranteed you We Clean, and' :


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I 'Bring U*,' I Said, 'a Plain Omelet and One. Dlih ,of Prunes." PnoFOs4tLS.Bids '. "........ "\. ........
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everything up-to-date Ought to be ,
"But this Sklnski proposition," omelette for the wedding breakfast, will be received at,the effl&t '. ,
Bunch groaned; "isn't that taking a I now can I?" ot ,tbe City Clerk until 7 o'-clock: p. 55 ..' '-
furnishings goods, and you long chancef? Clara J. was always bitterly "Great Scott lirncb, have yon been m. Thursday June Oth, 1912 foe furnishing NSN Done '-.... ''-''' N .
oppoeed to you having anything frisked for your ro'j;,?" I asked.Aren't: the city Bituminous coal 'N\. .'''>;
to do with a theatrical ventu.wbatwill fer the period of one 'ytar.,. -
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polite gave bank to the lady' .
any and all bids. '
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ed to know for just how little ," I said. "Well simply put up a "No, John," Bunch answered mournfully H. K.>COLD I GEQ. ,

thousand each for 'the expense money, "but I had to go to Saratoga on City Clerk I '. ... ....... A<
start Petrosklnskl. and after the open. ..... .
a business trip, and while there .. -- .
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we can up your as ing night. When began we to gather get all in the the.macooboea. money,. "Walt, Bunch," I chipped In; "I've ... ....... '. :.. ,.

like have it fitted we needwe'll sell our'lnterest and met got you a couple elzed.Yklle'of wish In Saratoga Voices who you '-.. ; .
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up bow out. It's a pipe Bunch. I tell I talked but sure .. : :
nothing -thlhgs so you Imported Goods ,
you, this Sklnskl has them all fadedto O I ,
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race track to spill your coin, O "
a whisper He has a bunch of new n.
illusions that will simply make the ea.JJunchT"
Jay audiences fit up and throw moneyat I 'well." John. I'll tell you how It Hand-worked Garments......... '
We Sell for Cash or on Time us. And as for sleight-of-hand and was, Bunch tried to square himself.
card tricks, well say! Bklnskl canthrow' "My roll was just five thousand
: strong and I began to wish for about
;f a new pack of cards up in the :, { Panama Hats
two thousand more, BO that I could 1
and his ;
air bite Initials on the queenof
' take the little wife over the wild waves 1
diamonds before it hits the floor.
and out Paris and Riviera ll
88,988888888888888888'888888888a8888888888888888s88; I He's a marvel." point the to
UI' "Where did you find him" Bunch I her: In Saratoga 'met a quick talker It you havo been to our '! v
'. I named -Ike Gibson and he played me
a inquired. for a good steady listener. Ike showered .tore -rcre ntly, you kqow' ...
"At a. club smoker" I answered, ; me with cinches and in short or-
Philip! ) G. Blanct'IplBDivisidn "He was the.hit of the evening.therS der I was down with race-trackltls. without bciog: toH I hat we
pulled a few snake tricks down "
and In five minutes he had all the And" then- Julius Walterson & Co. have the classiest lir.oa in '
Did they sting you for the whole
members of the Highball association bundler' I asked. Have the Most Up-to-date the above mentioned articles -

climbing the.water. wagon. That was "Not quite," Bunch answered sadly; to be found in the ,
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; wallet. I'm only $1,600 strong now; -y.-- ____j. ___ ;
you about It, Bunch T Well, it
say
I may help you to forget your troubles.It's I and that's not.enough to Up the porteron In, the city, and they Your Wife Wants l' ,
the honeyrnoon journey. You know '
a swell Joint all right O., K., is '55
do work of All kind i.
I'm only week
John. drawing $100 a
Today We. Sell the St. Regis, but hereafter me for
: I from the brokerage business and I'll .j
the beanery thing with the high stool on short notice Re- something that is DIFFERENT *
i and get nervous It I cant make up a purse '
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low prices. Quicker than that. 111 simply have to pair anything: and : she likes oriKioality -
"In the Bt. :Regis the faces of,the .
\ clerks and the clocks go to-Alice and Unclrwuuam Grey everything. !io' design and +fi '
gave token that ; I Ipettero.IjustiIts
and get a setbackanday, John!lI'm ,,
Men s Pongee ShirtS. much money''chanced hinds' while It Machine Work of All Kind '
: was building. a. polish for faint Alice Is making i you do; so '
all her preparations, and has her f.
"In the ,the furniture 314 Smont Street if she hasn't '.
lobby was mind fastened to the elate.;and all that viaited our lh 1r't;,
covered with'men about town who sort i tore
I $ Q8 and 2.SO Values'I| sat around 'with a checkbook In each up against that we suggestthat r, it,
and made faces) at the cash
M hand registen. "Oh, get back''from the funeral get you REQUEST! 'hoc

'98. Cents : back. Bunch! advised.. -How.often J .. ,
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';: ;:. :. ;|or "We took' peep at'the diamond- have I told you not to cut a.beef about R W. Harrison "
backed dining-room and< when I saw the hap-happeiped' Ton went to Saratoga ..
the waiters refusing everything bat .0 f EL LOUVRE

: \ %{.We "'sell l[ all other goods at piopor- certlned checks In the way,of a tip I and,lose got the dluy/dld price of acouple a wedding of Arabs trip- Highest t Grade

: aid' to Peacb.eeThis Is no place for that* :aIL Now' we m..t.get that V, MENENDEZ, Pirop.'
'But she
woql4J1't'let go'and
BS we
back before minister "
mosey the steps
: i<. ;tionately't loW Prices' c filed In' to the appetite kHJeryV "0 ..-to'start the flght" ,i" '. <

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t" 'officer,jawaiting In,chared amw r,of'"cr thV Uemuinrotn"guard, the ttli, girl r" :SCOQP'. -li"_'. ,.:a. Scoop) Thanked: XiuTBoss For' His'VacatiQn Without. Work., .___. By """HOP", 1

flicked her horse'and sent him over

a. low bush Into the narrow'' way. Sos,.x .AmMT,Vv1HANK itEbTA; tEpON WIMT 1118CAL. '
Fairly 'la the/path, she rod fait f0U FOR 111E MourtlnINSIDEHEC. AINCbs61b! r
r and pressing hard behind my lord METO tAtdRtWOIIVItq .- ITh'iMLGOttOtilS1bVlu.lD

'i' .r. soon found reason! for' doubt as' to r 'OU"'T WEEKS OPNO NETS GO oui" ,. of 111E1AA4t y ,
.ti'/-advisability of'th t, rout ; and a WORK AND sea.wt4ATTE'I1 1 bGeTHYt FOR 11W5 "

;suspicion of regret at bis own assent L00Ka gltop ueLLISI
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to tbe eparture-froJD--tll.-maia-tho,'- Lo
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oughfare. .A* their surroundings grew

I"'lId.1' and .the slender green figure + .i( '7 I F. / (dI$
-jflitted'more,' and more recklessly before BUSV4m4 E i
him he even ventured to voice S4t0vtt LL.4o .

Ibia .misgivings->edvla. greater care.la P1aG A
shake of the fair bead waa 'an he Sits r

received for answer and .regardless ,: e
+ lot the Increasing roughness of the V I
, uphill, then down avoiding by a quick: .

[turn one obstacle here,,leaping anothierthere ,, 6 Y YU

tI..:c, -' !1..,.From' ,at_ >Uck: ambush,__a 5Nr0
[!branch like the arm of a Titan reached w i Yi; ;

.. tout to..Mica but adroitly she swayed ..

!from Us grasp and only the twigs,an4 tbe'character ol-tuis information'poIltlcal i$::4-"t5uldRhntiw; ,:bdT"you-came; '"- fans, and!: several Jbonn.dlstant:from Sefgnew whose eyes yet burned In'the.
leaves touched lightly the bent figure. Ilk- .. elsu.u'r. -irr-&Dci'proD' J" .would the Mount, stands atone crone erected '
and social, was little to ,his : from;th. pala .I" observedtbe, mistress n direction lady, had gone. With a
lord however' ., they struck: sharp- flag seamed manifest from'ale manner of the Inn. and'returned to her arrive but a abort time longer In the by an English marauder to Indicatethe my
recall himself
I tart be seemed to to
hquick at the sudden smart and a. ; ho stared at the missives resent customers drinking and nodding with dungeon where be was confined. Aa ; place of his landing, 'The symbol the demands of-the moment; his first
: realisation of falling behind fully; then frowned andthrew don beads aloe together. his Excellency knew: the fellow bad ll visible on all aides from. afar for the '
questions they expected .ship-
frowhlngly he drove his horae harder. ,the pen be bad been usingto, mark or ,>On the morrow, however, all doubts been wounded, and now 'with scanty before It are the sands and the sea where did she lie? .Snug; and trim Ina
The tete-a-tete be,had uatnrally ex make note of, their contents.' were removed and speculations put at I nourishment, want of air; and close and behind stretches the land barrenof to
neighboring ready slip out.
peeled from her request to pursue the 1 quarters, was generally in asbad '; level covered only with cove,
f' "Versalllesr* mob Sugarplums to rest; for hardly had the sun *et Its way. wood-low. If occasion required and danger
lonelier way promised now not to mate placate them!, Sugarplums! ,be repeated seal In the sky: than from the forests .His Excellency heard; moistened his marsh grass 'Toward this monument pressed-'which'contingency they did

riallae; 'the Idea that she was fleeing ;,and. Impatiently turning away, the appearance of, a_body of troops lips and seemed about>to-speak.'but of maa'., conquest-most-1.prominent not just" -then .expect.since- at tbo-
jhe pursuing, possessed him. The for- ,walked to the window. There for rewarded the watchers From hovelto was silent Awhile mom anxiously the object-in a prospect'dreary'and.monotonous -moment was his,Excellency more concerned '
o jest, a tangle of I shrubs and strange 'some time he stood peering out, when hut the word went, and men, women young man went on. Of course unY -rode, late one afternoon, a will 'affairs-on the land than
(Creepers; waa the scene of the Idyl; the current of his thoughts slowly and children, unkempt.and.curious der different conditions,with rare and band of horsemen. At their.head galloped matters pertaining, to the .... What
r IeIhe. a sprite of the greenwood danced changing/he'' took from his pocket a ran-down to the beach to await the attentlop-a well-lighted room and excellent my lord the Marquis; In the these Interests theyoung

Illluslvely through the maze. At length watch and examined t he Jeweled approach of the guard. Proudly bad t'OOd-tlle vnlghthope to restore center oould lH! Men a man with paramount man on whose thin!cheek< my lord bad begun to grow their prisoner's strength; at bostod arms whose horse was led by
jwhen
face "Time they were b.ckl"! Aboutto it departed with waving of plumes; burned a little color' did not at one*
|Weary of vainly endeavoring to overtake return to his table and task a loud slowly it retucrfed. a' bedraggled procession least preserve for a time one so precious one of the.others. This person-a prisoner ask only gazed inquiringly over the
her, fate favoiywl his efforts; knocking arrested the Impulse and of staggering horses'and 'to themselves, upon the thread thin, haggard yet still muscularof ;
where whom be might have
brought to a standstill at the edge testily the Governor called out; heavy-eyed men. Had It come back a of whose life hung my lady's 1 frame-from.time. to time gazed group expected was one absent. e

V of a torrent, the object of his pursuit glanced toward the threshold and surveyed little earlier the dark might have kept His Excellency atill 'answered no about; a look of inquiry or calculation "S.nches-he, is not with ?"
FI the Intruder. the truth from the,people; now the word; only looked down and knitting 1n the black: undaunted eyes."What A look of constraint appeared you for
> "Are you mad, Elite" A shadow "A message from the commandant pitiless red glare revealed to the full his brows, the young nobleman restlessly prison are yon taking me to an Instant'on the poet's face.
his brow the down.. waited. At length! with an expression now?" once he asked the trooper who
ton Marquis
your' Excellency! said the man a the plight of the troopers. It told too "No, he's with the people. I expect.:
She made no reply; regarded only trooper of the Mount.with a respectful the disappointment of Monsieur le on his faoe the Marquis had held the reins of his horse. "And why You .see" he w nt on, "things have
t the"ateI' though nervous salute. Commandant who looked neither to never before seen there his Excel .do you go In this direction Is It you been happening since yon elected to
"1 hope It is not in your mind to at- "Wh,.." returned the Governor in a the right nor to the left; and the despair lency rose, moved like 'an automatonto dare not ride along main highways on enact the mountebank. The bees have
;' :tempt to cross. he went on, a shade dry tone. "didn't he bring It himself of my lord the Marquis,' pale the bell and called for the Jailer. account of the people"?" been busy, and this little hive they]
,of petulance in his accents. "Because," the trooper shifted; counterfeit of his debonair self., "Monster le Marquis has a few instructions I -"Never you mind! came the gruff I 1 call France Is now fun of bother and
She urged her horse forward; It.topped. looked away; "because Monsieur le "Her Ladyship They ha vent to give you." The Gov answer. ".AD4.. for "the people, bustle. The heel'that work have been

,. Commandant I. engaged in scouringthe brought her b.ckl"! Low murmurs I ernor's voice, but a breath, told what they'd better look: out! buzzing about those that don't; they
"Elise! I beg of )'oul! It la danger- Ex louder laughed. I the words cost him. "Bab!" laughed the prt_. "You
country for miscreants, your : arose; grew ; someone made a great noise at Versailles, but
bus; better go hack and around! oellency""Miscreants But sullenly, without answer the !soldiers -I[ The man responded gravely, lookIng can"put some of them ia cells, but not the King Drone only listened; did not

But the girl set her red lips raised !" sharply. "What miscreants dragged by into the town and I i from one to the other. try to atop it. fearing their sting. They
her whip, and brought it down hard. ?" laboriously up to the top of the Mount. "Use your own Judgment in the "There may be something worse hummed at the door at the Deaths,

,The animal aprancriital: the > foam; | "Monsieur le Commandant bones to At tbe gate hit EKeel.nc,.'waited; matter, my Lord. w.nt.ou' his Excel than a cell waiting for yonf" was the 'until the parasite bees; not liking the
' breasting the current, slipped one overtake those who have carried off cast one glance at the company. their lency.'. and left them together. malicious retort. music, opened the doors let them all
tor twice recovered and After an effort the Lady Ellse" said the messenger I..der--and silently turned Later After that, a. change, subtle but "No doubt!" said the other stoically.But In-"

managed to reach the bank op- hurriedly, in the tone of one anxiousto however, was he closeted ''with both doep-rooted came over th. Governor;ia as his eyes again swept the horizon "The Bastile has fan_r The
- posits. My Lord less blithely than be done with his task the commandant and the M.rqul.- silent man always, now his taciturnity from. the opposite. direction appeared listener's voice rang out; his eyes,
lie had first embarked on the adventure "Carried off!" The thin figure wavered brief period with tbe former who departed i become most marked. Under stressof another band of riders At searching sharply the features of the

-followed; the cold waters surged as If struck by a cold breath. carrying look eloquent of the I antoward circumstance all the first the prisoner regarding them bard seemed to- demand, only the
1 imround. and he almost expected to be "Carried off!" be repeated laying his tile interview. guests at the Mount, save. tbe young looked puzzledj then aa the newcomers 'truth, plain, unadorned."It .

,wept away. At length however band on tbe back: of the chair. "And now,", said the' Governor Intones noble, departed; but his Excellency rode: straight. and rapidly on toward h..."answered the other gravely.
+. chilled by the Icy touch of the torrent "By a band of the Black Seigneur'smen somewhat strained, aa the officer's appeared hardly to notice their going; the cross,. his conn tenancy-ex "4nel the tune sung in and around
; and somewhat more out of humor he His lordship the Marquis they dejected footfall died in!tbe distance drawl** his cloak of resolve closer pressed a faint understanding. Afresh Paris, baa kept on spreading until

\% ,found himself on the other aide. Near left behind bound and secured but the "we've got rid of that dolt lat about him; seemed only to ask for relay of men be concluded; use now it la everywhere .Ton maT bearIt
, the top of the bank where the Go.,. Lady Elise they took with them." ua conslder.-m; Lord the purport of'Ns that solitude! not difficult to find In his present guard would consign Ida in*the woods; along the marshes.;
;, ,ernor's daughter bad now the grace to For some time his Excellency said outrage." his aerial kingdom. .Sometime for si: to, and then themselves return to the out over the strand! '.The vary Mount

.await him; he rejoined her, disapproval notUtig; like a ghost of himself., 'Purport' repeated) ..the .Marquis long''While be would stand In the Cloister Mount.. Still... the.meeting-place an Immovable, ',seems to' li tma.raYVben .

"bn his'taoa, reproach in his leaned,,bard against his-support, and petulantly,',stretching'his: stiff legs, gazing seaward; 'again wander.In. odd one, and_ttae,demeanor of,tie ,two will ,the\storm, break? ? .To-f"j4.N:
i'' i yea. Yet still did the girl remain un' looked at the trooper "? '' "Did they not ten me thai If anything tbe church look:',at 'l the-'monunaepta. bodVes'-of 'tne'n Jl. t"eniti: i,4Ion8 afe morrow?j' .It>nqeds:but.word, 'oID. ItJ
I conscious. of her lover'a wounded sensibilities A\"But bow could It,have" happened, happened 'to ..the Black Seigneur ..theywould' always fo pass 'one ottAeta''''
..' ;,her own eyes.like; atari beneath at length in alvoloelow\ ; 'Intllnae.;,2&. bold:her,!,BUise, answerable tot Only cm:a'single prcufon.wbenthe: ,//dfewtnearerV-/ ;parties.I ,slackened. ,',>.Th. poet broke off,-and silently the V|
r ,. ;-1" . F....... '' ,the flurry of bsir'Were, turned.'YOungmanbutawrf in quired.'j-"Monsteur: J* Jppmmandatt: :! 'it?r. Your jN*;tbey;had:)aaeae<<.' blfq.. *r4dlsplwhq'ions'" dally/*,becoming ,''thehv pace- .suspiciouslytoLserattatweaWotberta k"; igneurk seemed 'tobe' .w-<(", ,;.)
'", } 'I:;".. ,n ot t'toward'IFgauntlookingna'that"bad the : ; ; ;,;to. 'The rctf.tFa": U.,. ', ; t.. : 'tetl'tlo! g Mtqr i.' m DeJ'TOU ,,8Oua1at'hImiJ vltb:a-ttr ."/% .01'j, .... ,. . .1*:&: *'I lag the, purport of the news?,for some '7 ,
+ ri'!' 't :\ : 5 'j".StnmbllailyT., as'''.'tfatT be-r:6Qii;;;: d.",tbe I te"'tb : J'l? 1'': 6, vtble' / '-repoirr of 'prisoner-patient. : ." ;*Twenty..tbe,number agreed upon!!' moments': stood,,'as "a m.D" deep -In ',

rA A ''puddenlyt WtsfiWas< "I if by aio' I'atiniBiniiT \,nasjrv I \\l (,r.. 1p.'; ,,1 ,.,,F _>her-a. boetagellte,-- f' i a7 y < .- led:bis, Iroops-b.ai r the.'ciosa.; : _

,.-. t, ,, _ a"Ww: Vi VvfVT{"- 'I*' JI"t'***** ''deed they said as nMcb"'Vhen-p/:; Not'many"paces! distant the word Swiftly the riders swept awaT In'tle_* ,,.
'I. .,V teenrtlsjCommahttfurtherordered ; t, ''"Theyboad7ou.a: J" Lord.r; *"R-:- Was'elven to halt and;as they obeyed direction from which they''bad'come ...
., 't. 1I __ ; lit;t' lOk.n' te th't.at! me to say. he" had no doubt.ho The !coor.came to the young'man'sface. on- the other side of the monument Ox and only when they had gone some 41'1'.,: '
*.. ,'u1.t.' ;) .,:Unarled ,at the rim of the ever-young would return' .with; ;the Lady Elise,", ." "It was a,.trap,?' he' said his 1 strange'men likewise drewiela."Atthe : Canoe did'the foung: man once more '
:k ,.,.,. ,i -WOod...?:he .1117.. brl htneei'otthe, day f ,added the messenger hastily.: :* voice pitched higher; "and they came \1 same moment there flashed on UM turn to the poet with a question!
k ; I e Ueemed only to emphasize the'omln- "Monsieur le Commandant! The, prepared not for one "man. but' the captive's mind' discovery. These Whereupon the latter spurring his
z' 1,-" bus aspect ot tb4" place; to reveal more Governor's eyes suddenly blazed; guard!" faces looking so grimly out over the horse nearer his chief launched Into

: plainly tho solitary character of- Itavildnesa. swiftly bo put question after question "Still It was very ill-advised great t 1'to marshy field at them were not the eloquent explanation."And .

7 ;;"f', .. and, having probed, to the core,the"confSuaarPluma mistake-to have taken the shorter wooden visages of paid soldiers but ol then" ended the bard "the.
The monastery; 1 suppose n following way through the forest alone." I' men he knew-his men! Across UK Governor's daughter walked Into our

t6 ', the direction of her gaze.the I "The proposal did not originate with 1v space separating the two. parties he ambush as unsuspectingly aa a mouse
;. Idarqute, after a pause, grudlnglyVouchsafed. me!' Epee suggested it. She seemed w ,1 could read their quick looks-their into a trap!I"
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in a wild headstrong mood; nothing satisfaction! -their complacency H< "The Governor's daughter dozenedby !
"Yes' paid the girl in a. low tone; would atop her. Now," moodily: he I watched them with eyes faa which Nanette!I" .

x'' f' 1 I" rope, "mon' dleu What baa she pride and tenderness mingled. And "That she was! A clever wench
) d : "ShaU we CO on?' brought; upon herself Where. I"abe then, for the first time, did be observethey and a brave one Nanette Although"the
+ r r j Her eyes. passing over a tangle off now?" had brought some one with thema poet's Jovial eyes studied the dark:
, '1 iBhruba bushea and thick, natural '1tyJ His Excellency did not stir; his woman or a glr)-the Governor's face "unless I am mistaken she found

} I v? r !Bcreens. Bowl etthlel on a spot not face like a pale mask:, was turned daughter! the ,task .to:>> her liking!
'
m ; tar aWay, where a wlld bird about tot ...Ide."I do not think:," he said slowly :The bold black eyea ct tbe prisoner .
slight, fled off with a scream. t ,- as arguing to convince himself sjKrV-- : regarded her flied? .- What 'did.. It "You treated her. the Governor'sdaughter
1e ' : "Shall we go en?" ej I "she la In any Immediate danger"But mean said-his-keen gar*. Colorlessas well?" said the otbel

| With a start the girl turned, ; the I my lord caught Irritably at the marble my lady held herself very abruptly.
14 r blear-cnt features were very grave; In word. '"No danger! She Is surrounded erect on her hbne; then while hit "Gave her'your; cabin, mon capt-
{ jber. gise shone sudden compun Uon. by it. And wet what; are we to glance yet probed her the proud face talne where." chuckling "she ruled
I
t She raised her hand "My ",41111"! ahe.. dot Sit idly here? Give me a ship slowly changed; em the' cold cheek like a despot. Not eeoe did she whimper
tyt 'd lAid quickly. "I-dropped It. Do you tour Excellency and I will follow the / youth's bright banner Bared high. The or beg favor-for herself! For
W xnlnd? You will find It on this boat of this Black Con I the Marquis la true she did" plead
w, -you Seigneur and whet i Toward Thla Monument ef Mart1 I young man, turned; following the '
r .tide of the stream a little way down." I find it, force them to-" qaMt Rode a Band of Horsemen. rection Of her gaze'looked at the dl'l l -that day we took them!I" .
j f "Mind?" He regarded her doubt- "What?" The Governor's eyes I quis; my lord's, feature\radiated "He's her betrothed! aald'the
.w \gully a moment; then moved by the Ir- swerved dully. "Have you.forgotten Death this apparent apathy yet stirred i UCIt.Uon'"bIa. ,'ores shone with.wel young man shortly."A .-

: ;Sr !IrealaUble appeal in her,eyes, rather their threat Their last words to you malevolence and.rancor. come.- And a taller nadarstandlng : marionette. !" gibed the poet.
Y (i labmptly. be wheeled and as he did ao, that If we attempted to follow, to rescue 'Yei,-'yes" be returned, a'apaVk'otIQconceaVed : I came over the prisoner; la some.mysterious 1 "Some' of the men''weN'for making
the . Ere: venom In his glance; "he abort shrift of him and they mighthascall
( he gathered up reins. proceeding -that, rather than give her up- I manner' had the Lady Elise '
h ran t I farther upon this errand ,of "They, would not dare!" cried my ': ia doing well no doubt! I am sure he f I I been made,captr, and now bad the for her.1.<
i le. .gallantry, my lord looked around. lord with! sparkling glance I will do well. But well or 11L I wish to I I nobleman come to escort his betrothed I I "They will soon be safe,enough together
+ ., Ton seem to set great store on this 1, But bla Excellency shook his bead bear no more of him, No mon. Monsieur back to the palace now!""i.mark d the| Black

e.4 fl; hN; 'Tell." he observed suspiciously. "And ," He R.peated.I I "No;"DO; it won't dot And now" le Marquis! His voice vibrated!; .lIv.n: as the Black: Seigneur'reached Seigneur. .
t j41 c r: (I believe youwere about to ride off> !" i* . agatn looking away, '"leave me. my surprised, .the kinsman of the King this conclusion .he became.cognizant Again a peculiar'half-questioning expression

,v i She added, e'xpreaslon. when, latency of the tale, with a gesture Lord...to consider/* With which the stared tben-atlQy turned away. his bonds badJMtan, loosened; the reins shaded the poem's"' eyes,while
444 abefero A,bed time for pretexts or anwer. -, brusk: and contemptuous, dismissed interview, aa unsatisfactory to the one .. So matters stood, when one dale placed: In hi*:fcands. "You are free.? furtively' bo regarded the'young man.
the bearer. as the othervtermlnated.Several alone In the cloister bIB Excelencywurdistnrbd "Tea, ; they ought ,to be!" ..
stirred In tbe vole and mechanically be rode
a *
a,, heavy body fellow a/ild; .
daya Utat notcalculated by'a rough-looking The: terms ot exchangewhat'ueythey *
I But Whatever feeling the lord of the passed were
toward blalt
bushes, near at band, and,a. grutt voice anradea. '
/ letter and said "
eltnerHo I who brought a ? ;
'" Mount might entertain toward his alleviate his Ex- -V
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, called ouU Thus near the crumbling and timeworn I
'' tM t "Sta 4 where< you arel chief officer no course at the moment celleny'a anxletr; -or,the Marqula' Impatience he would await the reply at the tavernIn cross ...the exchange of prisoners Ton. for her! That was our de
r ,
M 'The nobleman's face changed; his seemed open'save to await the returt ; for during that.period' of the town. ';1.. effected; the girl whirled away mane .After' the -place had .been

i 'fNeA 1 gase, as If fascjnatqd.; now rested on a of that person and the Marquis So,, waiting came no word' of my lady, or I Deliberately the Governor took: the by my lord, who: seemed fearful oftreachery agreed upon his Excellency asked to
{;'7 core of rougbv.flgures who,-following curbing his impatience as beat be news of her captors, Mysteriously asa I missive tore open the envelope and. and the Black: Seigneur left name the hour and further Interjected
xnlghtrhleBlxceUencykeptvIgllandnot phantom>> -alilphad-tbe-boat-that:had jiurvflyedJthejmalLbiLpf Daperjtcoagained. totlJe.creeUn.cblem .: a condition, blndfng both parties to secrecyTIifthe -
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simultaneously from neighboring alone! Tidings of what had happened carried the Governor's daughter away Whatever' the brief menage ", '"Now.' by the tuneful Nine"- tbe; malterTthat 1he p ople '
;, y' prang'thicket covert.xand. : advanced spread at the top of the rock:; appeared on the coast'nd vanished, told,.him, his Excellency's face did not poet. Gabriel Gabarie pushing his burly might not' know. "They acted badly:

4 j j'j ,r surround them Held by_their grim sifted through closed gates and thick and<1rom none of the Governor's: vessels change, and ha was still coldly, carefully. form,to the front, .was the'flrst. to when .the' soldiers returned ,to the
,, t Ito the'desperate determined vls- walls into .the town. .The late'arrival ,,or any of the filing draft could be studying sentences and words, extend hand-"but, from'your looks Mount without his daughter;' they l
aspect-
; black threatening look*-in atf; the Mount of the lords and ladles, gleaned Information ot Ita' 'Where after his fashion, .when through the' the Governor looks. Ill to the Welfare might'behave,worse;, no doubt be''
the ,
'. 'e ages the ;, of the'moment, too late companlona of the Governor's daughter abouts. My lord the Marquis, annoyed door my lord. the I([ Marqul.; stepped In of his .lodgers! ' ;',' thinks ,when:;.theY .come back: with
surprise
'W t4 toy-lord's hand-, sought tthe.swQrd atr ,. f9r..the day, but added,to the ques- af what seemed; but ',fruitless delay; some hasty Lifting Jits eyes, the 0overnor '"And bad we' not captured my lady,". her."'
A r r ; Roughly plucked from his ''tlontngsof .the>multitude. All nightlife was still for}setting1 forth and Inviting had no difficulty-la reading the spoke rep another: gazing after' the :"So will she b.:safely j returned In
r, ,isidder battle but this V his Excellency!: question on the ,young, man'a,counte'sane. the darkness "
>orsehe; fotind bl neelt. flung: to thehut and expectancy reigned. ; 'lights ; : -off party of the Marquls"be would have : A wise provision!
r' ; and gleamedrrom high places.:\lesponded would not'hear,'arguing,''no doubt; to ,', For a moment they looked" at looked: yet worse to the,welfare of one ':v rhat," murmured the poet.-.tud,*
'tinoeremonlously pinioned
L.V award .. ' '" himself ,'temporising .lay greater each other, and then the'long.: )IW "''.. 'r, Ing the horizon :
,% bard the vole* ot my lady' raised In In low ones' < that ) : of themno doubtf' > ;.: ;; ; "wasevidently ,hla
."Is It.true, my-dearwbit: :!webearabout ; !assurance of safety to bla daughter fingers'Of his Excellency*: again sought. "Drink': .this. Seigneur;*' cried (:"a thought. 'But." as the Black: Seigneur,
the Lady Elise,r:the landlady of, than.'4n precJpltAte action.:': So the att.urjtto5'gtad'hourly 'the letters; ., .- third; '"70U must ;!;'drink.tbisa: spe relaxing: his pace drew rein at a fork

'the Inn on ,thf Mount near the strand more ,trying, nnti: '"Tbey"rblsvoiceseemedto" ; clip ,,bottle we'brought;for. the>,occ4. la,,,?the :pathway i .> "yonder, llea out
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,,. 'called,out.to X.atalprartl) Jlatk.youBg> ; -as If It alreadf were not intolerable 'the "orcla"propo.. an1 exchange of / 1- !>y' cove- mon .capltalne,.and-?
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r 'The r lrtjuta r InUrvsnea 4N r vt ,"" ; r man."hurrying') down it thtll-*barrow wugh. !-a',,11.,*.'concern'"added Iroar prisoners and give, me three"" days tocOnaent n ; ld Pierre when'be'heaM: --x 1o.'onstnd ; the ,men'''go"there!"

.. 'The''ev.pingptthe'ums'dayafs: /way shortly after the"Parts contingent leal weight;to.present< perplexities,1: : to' ltT *. ICI&I'were coming',for:you 1!" added tho t off'-mmanded the other and cava. a. few;
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f Excellency In the';aecluslon of a amallpMvate'phanaberadjoining :bad 100.u.1.; .' '..'t,$>!\tS'i;( ; .::My; -younglord, between.whom'and 1.--_ .,. Your dr1nklnc-eup.'lads! Un further instructions '..*.
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the aaUe du ;?,'hav heard.,no ; 1'the skin for yourselves|: To : ship kept readl- <
gouvernemest.too4looking wn',at ;,:baveeame"the; curt answer,ot.this growing a"morn trained relationship, : e. tl.s; ;;"." '," , ,capttatntl ;'': ;.--t ..'';,':;'1>' ness!?;h*'ended; ,".. for .eHo'

I t J'. desk'on which were; strewn* papers person- u>ne'pU rt.than; '_Nanettawtia sob=btthe''Govetnor.one day'and.' ,.IBax&Ud .f f'J ,About. inldwi7> A.e la tNtonrye. of. On1'YrNty'r f oft V-, . ,:twice,,,;deeply, ,,caeT, drunk' F = madsi -vague srestara.}*f !?"':' \_ ,.s,, ,),

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chopsticks and It, makes. very'lnte ', . !

who oounteralgn'Absnon'wealtball enter here.' t ,r J ,_ outing eating ?. Line lfY'Ii'o"; '\ 1 1. ; :

Then the lieutenant-waiter and his ., Rule Xl-To,i eat soup' through a .' Crosland Steamship ., <; :",''I :: Y1: "

corps deployedbycolumn of J straw Is-a new Idea. but only: those .. . : :1."aJ\ ; ,
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r'' and escorted us to the most ex- '. i \ \ who are not IB a hurry will find 'much dilof ,. .':n"p, ; \ ,\! !,{, ..," ',1""' ,

slve looking trough! I ever caw In a enjoyment; In this JI ua.; The best way' I w.. .\ ,,,.1 "I: '
BETWEEN
PLTO J
ing-room. *, 4 n H' Is to get mad at the..0Ul',' Uloa get apiece ,,'I'ftf'h: ) :" r. \
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'-peachOaAJ. paid,to py wife, 'I'm . : ,,;,' ; I : ,;,
ig' this ,to please you, but.after" "I *- Rule XII.-Alwaysj> a Society_".d. - --K y WEST L! .. I ,' .t)>,.' ,'. .\
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ding be to kiss: the- bride., The {
the check It's me to file a petition sure I' "n .
bankrupt: : MAKES A I best way to kiss her is before the MAKING CONNECTIONS : t' ,: : r.,," .:
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,. because afterwards the WITH ; . .
only picked ceremony ,
But she grinned up ," r I

point-lace napkin and began to ad Y' 'NOTE kisses belong .to another gentleman. ,; ...TheMa11 rY-Ste&JDahipCompanyto.D from New Yolk. Mobile Oilreiton ".. ._. ._I ; : . .

re the onyx furniture. possibly her husband and Tampa. ' \.'.' . "'- __ .. '_ .Ii., c.
souhaltes vonsf said 'the Rule XIII.-When dinner Is- overnever ,:
Quo a Soathero Steamship Company Philadelphia. Charleston.. Jacksonville .. : :
tor, bowing so low that I could feel HOBARJ"rI' ask the hostess what is for Key West and Tampa '.'' '
By'GEORGE: v. breakfast It is yulgar,to be so hua- '' ,
hill little ,. ,
running my bank'R ; P. A Q Steamship CompanvHavana' West and Nassau. I' ::..
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t 1 Towta SteamshipiLine..Ft., .' and the West '
Myers Coast. / ,
guess he ftiine.os'' boa.' I whlsed Rule XIV Never use :your throatto :
\ \ A.:daylight trip down the Hawk Channel full view I
to Peaches, but she looked very remove the bones .from a fish.. ,It getting a ,
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euui17'at the menu-card and began '- sounds: too;unhappy. tt the. ; ",
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e"raJ1to tar"to-Waaht :rtea. '- .
Old BM yhls
who
Gray p
was mnnlngagainst. : -- -
u ? Be earefuTto"wear"pals;
:Rule XV,- ------
her lips Extension.A.
.bite Je ruts tout a votra ..nioetthe Pater''. Gnat for mayor of ." .. White kid gloves at a wedding I Kids.arZ.pJwpys '''7: E. Lig&tbournAGENT = '
-RuraMenebad.chaHengedUnele Per I don't know Just where Barney'syol4Ucal ,
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national emblem of a "
.. I could !!..
ter cross-countered' .. _. _
ker to a Joint debate. The news of It dream Bnally landed-him:;'for J ._ . __-.--
and ha'had 'Iter wedding.The
aver, me gasping. .spread 'likewildfireand.it.\ soon became at this moment a delegation-of ward "
. workers
little band of willing .
struck tne that I had to take "ame
f patent that the waited X had to .
whoever won .workers upon me, so when I finished
la French before entering'thisRegis howled with delight .
.
rag-chewing contest would also win go'-for' the checkbook"and have a '
who .aI,.
hunger foundry reading, all save Conrad .
I
the 'election. _
'Say. Mike!'' I 'ventured after a' ,coughing,spall. earnestly, "Meln llebir'-Chon>> vy \ .
'tip us"off to bunch of eats i Every morn1ll ., Uncle Petei1 would "DU ''man.. Bunch Chefieraon Uvorklng. should you blame such nice Ideas on

'; that will fit a Mulct couple of appetites lock himself verbal up la"his library which and vorkliftc.' "vorklng to remove die Bunch Chefferton?. Society' till Specials at J. & P, Mark YitZ ,
.prepare nn.bot'with to doe societyWOte Conrad PuffenlottmyUeutgnant yea'" ,
_the like him better for did .
t..oU JleelDS eIg1its. Nothti1C
l pperllncle:! Wlli1aalBhen.lAe.alg4t.of In the fourth ward., la- ,
to him,
t win put a klnkfto a year'sIn I "Society won't do a thing _. ..
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n*."you know.. Beau; Just suggest nights arrived.Of formed me. 7: 1. T chuckled. T" --- rt'n..Khakl Panls?-.-,-.. ,'. r ,. . . , . . -T b' -ayl _

ne Uttle thing that looks better than course Uncle William played the "I've been wise to that gag for some "Veil It Is fine knowledge to know 91.83 1len'Xhakl Pants . . . . . DOc _. ____, .
tastes but is not too expensive top same cards and spent hours dally In '.Imo. Conrad;" 1 answered. < how to, remove bones from a fish,** 92.OO lot of Men's rants. . . , . , ... .-\ 91.31 ,

down. his word factory turning but tart remarks "SbUuld we gif a pink tea or some.ling 91.75 lot of M n's Pants . . . . . . . $..23 ..

Cful. oul!'- his Marseillaise came with which to sting Uncle like a lawn feet or a monkey dinner I $1.OO lot of Men's Pants . . . . . . . . O5o '

'un diner confortahle dolt Peter to get society ck at me,
The excitement grew apace and Conrad earnestly. 91.25 Men's Pin Check Pants . . . . . . 7Bo'
de de
Ullle composer rotle. -chaude potage ou frolde.volatile de everybody took sides, from the infant "No," I said, "I've got a better' and 7kMess'SBlue( Overalls . . . . . . . .eIr2.OO

ou In arm._up to the octogenarian. lees expensive plan. You know Mr. : 1.lIceIk sl Nets . . . . . . . . . litl.OO.
let de plats rares et dlstingues, dellsons. One morning I witnessed a meeting hunch Jpffernon thinks he's the beet $! l.So ValiHeS SiO Inch , . . . . . .'. . . Oho '
( de sucrerles, do patisseries,
between derman boy lure I Dress Values
our grocer's nil "hy from 5O to $1.OO to closeout
!' little society man that ever walked be-
de fruits
with the Grant button pinned to his at SBc each. 1
hind a white vest. He's got an Idea In
"I locked at my wife she looked at calico shirt and the red-headed kid
I his noddle that the social push has
then we both looked out the win. Dad
who pinched Uncle Peter's first
wished bad been put up his photo on every mantel, and
w and we never
speech the latter with the Gray rib-
him." J. & P.
now It's up to me to cure MARKOVITZ
m.
ron tied around his spender .
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I after "How could.yon'dlt It?" asked Con.
"Say, Qarsong, said we "What are you woarln that button
me to, 'my wife Is a daughter of the rad while the other willing workers
fort You ain't got no vote sneered 704 DUV AL STREET
lerican Revolution and she's so par went after the bug bitters
Reddy. t ,
otic she eats only in United States answered "Well, I'll tell you," lanswered.Tv .
"Oh don't
I "
know
cut out the Moulin Rouge lyricsd Dutchy "I'm carryin JUBf about as conkedup a bunch of shine society u_ __ .__ _ _
let's get down to cases. How advice which Is supposed to have
much steam as you are. Pipe therag '
ch will it set me back If I order ailn on the braces! What is It, the Russian been written by Bunch. I've had 10- Florida East Coast Railway '
steak-just enough to flirt witho flag?" 000 cards printed with this phony palSter

very polite appetites' thereon, and when the society lr>
"You seem tt> think old Peter Grant '
""Nine dollars and seventy cents: Is all the eggs, don't! your said Reddy. dies get a peep at It Bunch will be on Corrected to July 14 1012

lel ..Joanof Arc's brother Bill; 'the "Well he aln't the only pie on the his way to the mines. Bunch has

enty cents is for the steak and thee counter-the flies ran get to him. all pulled off a lot of mouldy tricks on me No. SO: J I
dollars win 'heJp'IOme one pay right" i and now it's mY- -Dlay- to chase him toY 5:00 a. in., Wont' Palm liearli 8: 00 a. in.; Vt. Pierce JO:8O, m '

the looey the 'Fifteenth furniturethe "I* that so!" answered Dutchy' ; the woods. "What: Are You Wsarin' That Button! New Smyrna 2:25 p. m.; l>aytojia 8:18 p. m.; SSt- Augustine

bridal chamber "you think you're pretty warm wea.t.bI. I I Then I sprung on them this sample' fort You Alnt Got No Vote. 11:05 p Jacksonville m Jackxonvlllc 7:80 p, m Loral' Hloeper Key
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'Save the money John: 'whls- er, don't you?" of my campaign literature- 'e.t to .__
Conrad insisted "Und maybe Society
,
red Peachesland we'll buy a cow1G'
.but ain't
t
"Oh. no gseetovesake
maybe HOW TO BEHAVE WITH should be glad to learn bow to
1h you!" For local Time Card See The Ticket Office
'Bow about a .silver of roast beef eat soup through a straw Perhaps
"Well I dont doba' ETIQUETTE.
no
see
you
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I said tee die card Is a boomderang, yes!
th some slapped potatoes, bomecookta"That's 't.
waiter. 'Is it a bull market for because/ lamps 1ismoky. Written by Bunch Jefferson. Before I could convince! Conrad that

order like thatr"Three your (And dedicated to' hla many friends la my idea, while somewhat cruel bore
Tou want to get somebody totab JOHN LOWE SONS
traces of originality the Rev. )fr Jr.
dollars and fortytwstents : water 'Ion :you with a hose!" society.)

.' answered Henri of Navarre; TJhlyou alnt the whole chwrch y ; r Macey arrived to take tea with us and Caimtr Greene) & Elizabeth Str* .. '
Torty-two oenta for the order sad The. aaior'hopesthat his' meal was greeted cordially the family' .... '
youjsan be crowded! said Dutchy. Comsoiasleir If etchaat.. Marift VaUv/av .
dollars ts for'tIHteJYet : ..In. avail 'thenselves'ot ,,We were all .sitting around,the.""",t. . T.nmh.r '
three help, par ' Mends soclety"wtll
,"You have st swell bunch of oonjepxks.'haven'trpur'.aeddy ..! .SHIP 'CHANDLERY PRovfSIGNSSUMMER .
!
: vdlscustrng ; .
French, ,eortains::In the'"golden snapped. thls--''bp dl4tmttto"5ecpgretboroughlycoaverrtlnt'with .".; : the outlook C. deJaatUDC" .. ,. '. d..1 .
utte tl ..a Jc d J tha'propi '' pleasantly,' everybody; with! "
osi! : .
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ball
nInZ
"_ ..p 1.-a gns.siag, '.3 htifhtm \:.i .&:J,'_., I1.U. $ / i pnteaot..deportment. set-down year:; primed 'for' the ,supperVeiljlJs ::: --:-::-- .. ;-- ,, v "..,
'I.f:
esr out,* Peaches whispered,' ''Jq7ce.j be. Irrapresatbla>> , '>,' ,lUSCHEDULk: NO 48 SEAsON? ,: ; .
"j 'don'.t e..your, .now.atay/so .... '''. .' . -It. ::agJUfe 'a WsmaMlth '" .. ) :''t %:i "v' '. ,.,:.. ::
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a little cold-lamb with aX6estfonQ .-tee.",the other answered.Where's , ,...."-,.fl 'aflpsr* -'% MRuIeJ 1r.! ice'ap ) t .ir.:' --" ;&;1 1'M " .( "'" ' '
tt1l8l6ed'apaghettl wlt& N&.XB ,1Jl' \
ltd fflUdSWIi
pot tx> t..aJa4'OQ. the side medal -fei of -W1a.A-ent.ringSodetystways more < ?I.JiST.d
the got keepta-at ; "r''I .
you <..'" '
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night satisfy'ua/T lM;'maki me aa"Four walk'wlth feet .' j 'over'her. .left .eye;and , '1 ,. i ..
the foolish bonier __. _:._ j.,_ -" outstretchedIiRule the grouchy grip -kept .company with !",. ., iiJBiKswi.'h"l*'. '
ate: --WhenKjnlBgllng with' .* ,
l ."I'm so hottl'd melt itj I've sot.OIl ; ,\' |
dollars and eighteen cents,' clety always; keep the-right bandon the freckled parasol J r

plied. Patsey Boulanger; .'eighteen fireproof, "What'underrjotbes.'ti the matter. with waterproof ", the ; pocketbook.and 'throw",jhe" left "I: give you my "notice-- Mem; ,rm United :States Fast Mall "RoutflfoL: Key' 'W'ra ,:'jr r "tb"' W..;. .

;nts for the lamb and salad and therar ?" carelessly over the watch and ch>4n. 'leavln this minute, she said, 'to the ,t .' II and Nassau. ..,.IIaharaai. i
embarrassed Aunt Martha. f 'X1' Via Key West and Port - '
,
Looey the Flf- This Tampa, Fla
dollars for the "Don't let that put you off the car. delays suspicion.
"What's: the matter now. woman, Proposed aalllDILB In effect on dries .bowD. '
Subject to'
enth draperies In the drawing-room. I'm still able to read.the news to you; Rule III.-When leaving Society always Individual postponement without notlee. change and
what'-'t eh asked Uncle
tUe '
: matter
"The Walter !bowed so low" that his aU right!" walk backward and trust to luck.
Rule IV. When the hostess Introduces Peter, hungry-and irritated. PORT TAMPA.
oulder blades cracked like a whip. "Oh perhaps! WEST-HAVANA LINE.

."Bring us,' I said 'a'platp omet "What's the matter; ain't you got you to a lady always inquire Before Lizzie coal4frame' a conjs-
back Clara J. stepped In .the breach
and dish of : no more bum wheezes to pull". politely what her age Is. If she tells Lv.Port
one prunes. Tnmpa
,
-"What's the matter Llsztd? naked Sun, 'Chu
: P at
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la sman raise the
"I waited till Peter Girofla trans- < "Oh, frequently You ain't Uganda: you Igurvs eyebrow Peaches soothingly !Jo t1l- Ar. Key West Mon Fri b 88 PM
and then Ided. Port Tampa wpb Lv. Key west
ted this Into French "Sure 'tis a dream I had last night Mom "on 900 PMo

'And. on the side please two that came back to me whilst I was K y West Ar. Ilavaua Tuo. Sat 6 SO All

asses of water and three toothpicks bastln' the chicken" Lizzie an/wered. ---.- -
ave" the prunes fricasseed wash theater LJavana \ ,--
"In me dream I was kidnapped, and
Lv
onlboth: corners, and bring the tbey's so much political palavertn' ElI'eotlye Apr. 4. JJ.nRna Tue 12 M
N'nrth Ar 1oy West TUII hat, ogop ,
K>thpicks rare. I Il goln' on around here maybe It'll come ward Lv ]fey West 8 '
"When we ate our modest little din- / true!" 1912// 'I'JlII lint r 900 PM:

r the waiter presented a check "Who'd kidnap you, woman?" IAr.\ I'ert'i'nmpa ,y..<1Ilia/': Ii OOArKEY

for three dollars and thlr- _.! ..
hick called sneered Uncle Peter ---- - -- --- -

-tbree cents. "Well you never can tell," Tiizzle WEST Koy West Dally Except Sunday 9 SO All
'The thirty-three cents "for what l -- answered quietly. "They's a. lot of HAVANA Ar.lfavumt .I Ia11y1xceptSunday; bd4Pm( _
iu ordered,' Alexander J. Dumas ex- woozy old millionaires hanging ElI'eotive Apr 8. 19t2 Lv: lJav..lla Haily J'Xt"'I'L: Iiundny 9 SO het
dollars Is fore O Ar, Key W".t IHdly Jo."C"I'1. Sunday
alned 'and the three around these days tryln' to get their 30'1'11

French hangings in the parlor. 0 money well cared tor. I'm takln' no (Whon tniiihlionufl toniiL'CliiiK trnlu IK mole Ihnn 30 niiuiiey late, ship twill
'"Holy smoke!I' I cried; 'that fel- chances" not leave Key \ViHt until 0.00 I', m. nrilvluc Un-iuna next, tiny atli.SOam, ?;1I

w Looey the Fifteenth has been, dog aeH That was about all -for Uncle Peter Above hours l n re based on OOlb. l\Ini"jJlu SiBncfnuilTme. ,. ,

a lot of work around here hasn't and presently the extltable Lizzie was Information si to bKrrccr und freight rates to all point' !In the Called States,

pf but the waiter was so busy w tch. led peacefully bark to thd'kltrhen bf Cuba, West lndlen and Bahamas cbetrjully InrnlMicd upou application-. '

g the finish of th!!' change he bandede Clara J. Chp L. Myers Manager P. J. Saunders G. F. & p. A : .

that he didn't crack a smile. But Lizzie's: dream gave me an Idea JACKHONV1TXF. FLORIDA
"Then I got 'reckless and handedm that. took my appetite away. i

a fitly.ent tip.. (Copyright by a. W. Dllllngham Co.) ," A. C. ELGIN, Local Agent :
"The waiter looked at'.th"1Ift7'cen \
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OF MALARIA ,
id turned pale MOSQUITO CAUSE ,
"Then he looked at me aid turned\ ,. AI

Uer."Then. Doctors While At- or,
Remain Immune
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he tried to thank me, but he tendants Who Slept Outside r > 1 I fl .,'..

ught another flash tof that plebeianty Contract DI...... ,; .

and It choked him. I Meld Lleber Che Vy Should .You Blame Such Nice Idea on DI. Bunohv ; ..

"Then be took a long look at the c"eft4raon"you "' In the history of research are many '."

ilf-dollar and .with. a low moan he .- .can be reached In a few "781- romances. Of the'.discovery that
seed away. with a, slight doubt. If she malaria was caused by mosquitoes, it
bat ain't the Jowcollar'
only
Bay! Bunch! the only time I'll "Mebbe' in the laundry you -you' can be .doesn't answer she IB no lady. I is related how Doctor Low and Do' ,

ergo In the St. Regis again will best turned down!" Rule. V.-When vou rise from the tor Sambon lived In the malarloua '-

after a hearty dinner." pink tea table to take a smoke never Roman Campagna without qulnlno..

"3 guess you're right John but "Sometimes-but" not bythe Chink strike a match on the back of the They retired at sunset to a mosquito-

hat: about this scheme to win out my in the look-out! hostess. proof hut, with double doors and windows

adding- -moneyBunch.._-Queried*. -.TJ>en they went.at. It, hammer and .Rule VL-- Alwa/i drink_tea wJth the bt wire net and they did not

m dreadfully nervous about: it. tongs and It took Hank about five. face. To drop It In between the neck leave -Witle sunrise. Tbe -fact lhat ._.-

"'J, know; Bunch. I know Just how minutes to separate them. tie and the top of the waistcoat. is they remained Immune while the at.

n reel I'mquite a bit to the St. VI- An hour or so later as I sat on the very selfish.Rule tendants sleeping outside contracted

s myself because If Clara J. ever veranda trying; to figure 'out some way VII.-Never eat fresh-laid pick. malaria confirmed the belief that themosquitoes ff .

ts wise that I've been speculating to finish the campaign In a blase of lea with a spoon. This Is one of the were responsible. But

sin after faithfully promising her tot Grant glory I overheard old BarneyDoolin most pitiful mistakes that a man how did they carry the disease At r

out all, the guessing contests, she's our stableman airing'bis political could! make In Society. Use the first it was thought to be by water.

ble to say something unkind. Tslm- } views.for Hank; the gardener'sbenefltti : thumb and the little finger squeezing To settle the question live mosquitoes

r must get that money back. Bunch; the victim slightly until it la still and which had bitten Infected t J

ore she knows X lost It, and SIgnor "The .dayilre for political prayfer- motloJ1I.; ... Then bite It without peasants were Sent home and two

trosklnskl Is the name of our pay mot Is so shtrong Ia some min" Barney fear. .a members of the school submitted to

teller, 'I: tell yon.Bunch; w. can't was saying, "that the,'can.t tape Rule Vin.-During an. argument at be bitten by them. They both went I-

e If we handle this cinch right'ande shtlll unless tbey's runaln' for office. the table with the host never try: to down with malaria. Again, bow did

| got It all framed up. It's good for ,fOh much better!" answered Hank; score a point throwing your plateat the mosquitoes transmit the germ' I..l

housand plunks apiece every week, "the attakt: only lasted two days with him. Always throw the butter It By cutting sections of the proboscisthe .

eat out the yesterday gag.and. think Oenevtve.. but the second youngest Jar spread/wider and lasts longer to get malarious parasite was found; it For Sashs, DQors, Blinds and in fact anything' in''' "

a fat tomorrow." allin' 'with her teeth!" .Hank- \: was It, oiL ' breaks through the skin of .the proboscis buildine; an trial, as well as all kinds of hardware .. a ,-
... WI' Petrosklnkl.. ,sMJie deaf.' transmittedat- time "
d like to Rule EC-When you have placedyour and js ''
,BuucJa5 ">>' *. Supremely: ,unconscious of UtlI'If1"81.eyaat . napkin around your neck just of the sting. From the first conjecture call on 'EUGENE' R. ALBURY "

'n hate hint,1.)tnke luncheon. with, Interruption Barney gas-4 away before,alanelr'!never ask',for safety' to the final proof was'a .a.rfe..ot lC-B12Flerolnjffttv', . ., '* ., ... . - 14-'Pboneg6d {

tomorrow>> ,at; the Hotel Astorthirty -' over the meadows' and proceeded'with itch' Buck ass.fork through It aa4wasela. ..oar ful experiments,. ending with theslidng 1 TE'
i : .Ar you fdr ma to the fete soUI* ayi .. 'of. the mosquito's proboscis: -

..,Baacbt"...J:< i ti /, .:rt , "Take. that old felly, WIIUam Gray" Rule L-ODe>of the. cutest'way.' to now, this Is finer than fine ''hair. It ' : '

t yon .thlak It's all right I'l1 tr u.. ", B.. said;;: reieetlvelyjsure, ha thinks' co.at r.the.beans;,1s, with,a woods la. cowry to stop Jq think For.It I E'; Read The Morning Journal. 125

Vseh.. and we shook bands.' beought to b* a'ahtaUsmaa Just b- toothpick. This enstom has descend* la' seater to imagine !tb. triumph of

not a word t.lb. bom folks." ..a.. he'have many eaoughta;; his 'tad trap the laventar of theChinas* the proof than the delicate operationthat increase in two months. yRIfi'aP

-y"e: r Gras.:,": ., ... produced ifw t *4o. Btaadara. ,,per/ cent

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,d LEIBOYIT : : 128 STREET '
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Judging from;the number of 'pu- sIgeLaps) 3')
: '" ' .' \ Mngers leaving for'' Cuba on' every Thirty Years. ,' (sign lamps) U .' '" .. ." 80 I
\ ;:.:. I t.J' .!I 'boat ''It:would seem that there !. Will Parallel the; Gem Lamps, 25. _"' :. .. .J 20
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<' " :Our Ten 'Days, Sale no,great..fear of plague. ::RevolutionWashington '' : ), pa .. .; .81 .I Je'
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t < :, :. : I ''Ml.. Marie'Watrou will ontertalna .-..;.....;. .011 .. .... J .. ', IJ ,

: is in full .; few friends with a swimming party, .i ,now blast.N 'thl. afternoon at her nome on South Bailer In farewell,, address -to" {{ Yr\'l jL$ E16 tric -Cog.

_Beach. :". .. ._ ,."..... ,., 'a 1'r."ot-c. 1I a&11erla.r"111gb "" + .

", : Come buy w hat ''The Infant sons-e.--of Mr. I and Mr. ''prlTate'dinner., predicted that

, ,(' : \\ Vlgnaud and Mr. and Mr*. Oscar United_States .within,.the.next tD.E AR. jt\1E rr _
\1' IiOundr.es were operated on successfully should chingei continue
t years,
:; need at .Sunday'- Dr. :J. N.. Fogai-ty. .. '
the
; you v --o- they had during last ttttrty :
would, face condition.paraU.1, LOtJIS & SON
Harry Bngler was fined $5 In'mun-' > :
: those the French :: .
of tevojutlon.; .
icipal court yesterday afternoon for

j F limits.discharging-! firearms Inside the CUT gross He, declared through their that members cowsrdloo> of> :-'';'

t 1 Pricesm m r-o- responsible for. 'the untest'and: "'- ,' p;: ..
a 1: For' Sale--Lot 463x92: feet nest they could: "prevent'a crisis ;:lf\ 'F ... : ."-. :1
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ffiReduced
hare courage to go. oftt and tell -
to corner of South and Orlnnell 8U, ,
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.. -. ,. Apply to W.'F. Sawyer 93 Duval St. ,TpTiWlc the.truth" T { iii i
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__ II l The person --0-who found- little JACKSONVILLE E GIRL j
black pocket book with money and
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-*************;******. ;..******+..** h---; Mrs. Wagener. 417 Du val St.
HELDJRRIIIRDER
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The Soldiers defeated the plckod
team In a game of baseball- Sunday
r AND I. afternoon at tho barracks by the Accused of Giving
score of 10 to 3. I iii J.E
'n. B realu
ed Whiskey to two a gnat.
Samuel Pierce. one of the attaches
of the Oeo. S. Waite clothing establishment Birmingham Men

: EVERY i ;Jacksonville will to leave spend next a vacation Sunday for ofa Birmingham, Ala., July 15. .he ei have at ..ctnsrtornier
week or ten days. .
sensation was caused 'here
-- when Miss Ola Ounters, 61, leave our store
Herbert Knowlegf: son of Mr. '

I and terday Mrs.morning Mary at Knowles the residence died 1106 yes- ville charged, Florida with ,complicity was lodged'In the'in ; remark that he be
cannot
1 soning of Guy R. Coleman and
1) DAY Petronia street. Funeral services
I H. Strickland at Birmingham '
were held yesterday afternoon.. 20. 1910. a STETSON hat. This is
--0- Later the girl was removed to .
Drs. Maloney Warren and J. Y. hotel under the custody of a things-style, price and quality,
Perter, :Jr, operated last night on
t:1 That lose account of sicknes Roy Mc-Kllllp for appendicitis at the She is nineteen years of age. "'
you on Louise Maloney Hospital. The oper- Cleman and Strickland ere hat.is the.standardJor style The
ed by drinking whiskey from a '
i mea'ns money to you. You cannot tient ation was was very resting successful well last and nlg the>ht.pa- tle sent Coleman through the best and the prices right. Both men were prominent,,
:::1 afford to be sick-but you can Night Fireman- Benjamin- Bagnell Miss Gunter denies the charges : selecra "Stetson" hat here.. .
any \Knowledge of the crime.
fell from the barge on which he was "
6 .. afford to buy drugs at this DrugStore wharf working at the East Coast terminal: said was she committed was not here She wnen sad the that ,WalkOverShoes
Sunday
night and was drowned. '
here after in New
came being
K--M, r .. I and our Drugs prevent sickness + afternoon.. The body was Interred yesterday leans In November, .1910. that for
4 - ... went to New Orleans.'from the .
of her parents In Elberton Ga..' ... .;
e For .Rent--6 room house: with Men

;\ : . t. a B. FOGARry & GO J bath) *fully, dining furnished.roam,'Parlor Vltchen. 8, '.and bedroom name said she of Mrs-'jA registered,,' KyjMlllerr,Here under! '. .It'' ( .. .,,'. \...-., .J'"" ., ,,..., I .'".> "> .." .
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December! <18 i
wept urt
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): :y. .W.>;/"F.."Sawyer. ...*'98 tf Oa.ter.several/and remained:days.Spetben';there-'wUh'""ent'her : ,: ;-.a""l i stJl I all"skiPp il esiai;\ leather,, ;Come nd di
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,. ', ; . .. Eliiabethtreetsi : :1,5 /"' Oi / -"It & Elberton'and'from:there' back .c
,' f . .. :Rumorsthat .P red ; ; ( j3.to$3.50| $4.00j4.5Uand$5.00.. _
plague'toad | Q ;
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"I" ,. ,' : '''''I' I ,'' '? ' '' 1. ...J. i' f. t" */ : b.riewer9'fnSClrcuhvttOU. ! .la1,partk ofth..oity spend'Chrlstmcs. ,- : '
f.V.1li. , .'....,._.,..(........h..,.._...""'..,..,..'O...,,...;...,., ...<.... ."..'.-'." ,"., .,.........".., ....... .. ..... "......., ..' : ,yesterday''afternoon. feThlaabsolu re l days'she'The girl'said came-here thatj and af ten stayed%itlifi., !, '*'-;fl' : yf- .

.... ( l>;\>'no foundation should.for,..dohrumorsdsndInotoredenyte 'ba erall'montha.Shathe.n: 'went ta : * *.* *-* .'.'..f;. .. . . . ...
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.' EWra .gtven-them-. --4-, ..'.;.).......,t 1'1'\' a- '. .sOnvilleaAd'hasbeen' ;giving . ,i '*. : :: ; ..t. .
: ever sleep. She said she was not 'y"T'
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.Y/ >\ S ..':' ,'ufrufure \ I qualnted_tylth; thedead: men.,;." ,V S* .' BEACH'. ES
FOB SALE. '
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Asks the following Questions: tlculaurly of sidewalks.suitable Has for the been top Inspected dressIng -- .-

.. and approved by the city engin Now York July 16.- S: T'Ts.: $'

4,, 1. Do you need. a Bamboo'porch screen. ? eer. The! Porter-Pock-Co. O-3Q tf to Roosevelt tho llmolight brought today his when third ho party 114.1

., 2. Do you need? an extra Mosquito bar. Arrivals on the Olivette from Tam- a general call for a national
pa yesterday afternoon wero W. Op- tion to >)e held at. Chicago on August _
Y' 3. Do : need porch penheimer, J. Solomon. C. Weinberg 5.The. '
: an extra chair two ?
or
you
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W. H. Adams, H. E. Brant C. F. Colonel signed the eall himself.
t. \ Preratt W. Weoms, L. Qalanda H. He asks tho American THE THING FOR
4. Did know that for
you we,1e: headquarters every. Yorick; Mrs. W. M. White. to send delegates. The call Was
-- to Roosevelt leader in forty IItae.tor
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line
thing ? FOR 8A1.F.!! publication. The WEATHER
the quality of sollca sand. Far* from these states in the Roo
\ "; "It matters not what it is, tlculanrly suitable for the top dressing I convention will be only half the number
N .. ,
of sidewalks. been inspected of delegates to the old line I,1
and approved by the city engineer. ventlons.
r T ,.. we have it,. and at prices' x The Porter--0-Pock Co. O-8O tf under The consideration.name of the new It has party beeen Is 5$8 .00

that def Mrs. Flora Henning was operatedon finitely decided to drab the
1 .wcompe ton. for 'appendicitis yesterday at the Republican and It Is now likely ,
Louise Malonoy Hospital by Drs. It will .bo known as the. National Progressive 11 -
Light. Fogarty and Warron: The operation party.
e1 rmr was very successful and the --- -
r Key West Furniture Coma any.r patient is resting comfortably. Mrs. '

r Hennlng ,resides-o-on Division street.' 6ln. Hit A W.:W, W.! 6uran:;itd ftKO; W SK Y

Mrs. C. Recto, her 'Miss .
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daughter !it Rlfltf aid UiVi Her,Hipp)] I' .
700 Duval St Herminia Recto, 'and son, Mr. Bol- ,, Bi l .
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'ivar Recto left last night over the '}o; .
I _ F. E. C. for Philadelphia / New
............... .................................. I Yorkand 'other points In the north Mdse.. Di %ributor.
and east. They expect: to be ;
I- alvayabouts uft .t.
Y rI' i . month. .. . .
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[ .Abraham- Brady--,-a colored! 'manno's aArr *... .**' ** t. *. *.*'....-*. ...,*. t. *t- :*.*.,* * *. f

: \ FURNITURE yDALDtl confined In the county jail wm '"**' ..... \ J
; leave tonight for Chattahoochee In : A.. 'GreauxWA''qlflfAHEm
charge of an attendant from the insane I I. ;
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-.' asylum. Brady is one of the .j
t' WF beg to 'announce to the public, ,* worst cases of the kind that the sheriff SHOP I t', JEWELER

'Redu' tlons in ; ; : has had' -0-- : t < I ..... rsMirlag 4W .U>1 todolloat 1IB-D' 1BTT watchss J\
'y Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers & Fitzpatriokts I aa4 Iswsiry
? e s. Brock '
Pi nton of the firm of J ,
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w.4.
i l Ooffee a prooioUt ail wtt*
Filters Porch'Shades Brocklngton and Long and general get Oiww, ,"sttstar tioa..
Lawn Swings Ice Cream FreEzers.e manager of that establishment ,return is that b jJowjjgfaUi N
d--to--the--0tty-8uadsy-sfter; There- nothing gives .___.._ DtJ"AL *V- -
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"-TPor cliowIiigswater: Coolers one i :so- muchplea.ur.u the" 1 .
business visit to Jacksonville; Mr. 'wearing' of a W. Wv >v. I I . .
e", Hammocks .Couch .Hammocks Brocklngton Is at the head of large "
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GUARANTEED RING.In thearst ; __ .
'The Season is waning and l .if possible. business andeon.tanUy In"this city.growing. furniture II : place; a ring la attractive ..k." \I O.. (; ,,'; Dr,. ];.D'.Ke hdrirki
1 :: Causes much! 'admiration.anaalways ; ,I< .' ..., , '
we do net'wish to :.carry these lines 1 -So- '. .. &/ Co" .' .oJ ., ,
'Indlcate..pro.pertt :
1 1$; through. the :Winter., .; had Mr a. house and warming Mrs 'Halme Sunday Markovits 'If you are not wearing) a :'j -" , '\ fI, their
at '"
fWi; w.5w,5'GUARANTEED' I .
,t 'HATS CUR BUSINESS: ,AND WE I .new,,residence on Duval street... A '.. RING. let me'suggest that yourknext'gifl ,,) GOLD ,OwN'/Jc'BRmGIt wokx
; large.crowd of friends and relativeswer I 1 . .' sl'4
,' ,: I : ARETIdRIGrPEOPLET08UX, : : present and the .affairs-was., athorouchlJ' these famous to yourself'rings be''..that one'ef" are; o'9 .; :Hours: 8.3O to V :2 Os.50:. C(;
c .delightful .one In .everyrespeoThelr 1 IAri. :madeso dell that they can be ;V 'Offlofl ever Otto's Drcla Stu&,
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# ; FROM;" ASK OUR CUSTOMERS. : new home isoomniodious + '
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t ; ,. ,, \\f 'guaranteed. 'r. .,, I', / Pho.o ,Ne .9913 "
:It7: "z. 'r,; ,' : )V)! 44L', e' iL ...>': and comfortable and 'I.)qutte -W.,.W. ,W, RINGS canbe" : .: -
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addition 'that :
\ an to section of Du had ..t
' -' val street;; ". ' !i.. in'thousandaot.'diforent"I ; Ranges All ,'
r mDt: ', '. .'. ?,. J--O---.... i styles-- l1l\f popularly;priced\. \ l ''d 'Sizes' :.. 'v- .' .... '.\ PRO A.t4..- ,
;each flfte guaranteed :? & > ..
if'J, =; : : : : ) .... Falling' trp1 ''thEl'? 'platformr'ot'the\ >,,?My,'Itock.of,those", famous'1i" ::1. 'Bid .win 'IJe ';reoelrea f M UM /.ffles -'
t Consumers Ice Company's, Sunday : 'c.f)the City Clerk -
plant uW 7.
_, ,L" ring. Is complete and I won-d' .It
,, evening,,;;'Mr.1'C..',,A,';;;;'. ROberta: :j'like, ao,. opportunity.,, to'' saow.'' : .,Easy,.' "I. o'clock.e p.:jf.m.'Ibnrmda.rJaot;: CUe!
cashier of the : of'the ; 1I12.\.fol'\, the ,tease ot Coot of PeUronla : "
Joca1..om'ee P.: AO.Veteamshlp -
'' ( : CORNtR GRINHEU:'C}.PIVISI9l STREETS: ; : :':-f: : Co' ,,1I1.I&ate4 wa r severely' ,ln- them to 70U 4 ;- :'J: ;' )JJr S!< *<: Bath StteeV a< N\Jfthr.1 Beaek h '* ,..f .texj-:,
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