Group Title: Key West morning journal.
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Title: The Key West morning journal
Uniform Title: Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: July 17, 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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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: VID00108
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11NETEEN'' ;RATS m., h WIT Cim.SERVICE; ,; '. HAVANA SIJOATION', y SWEEPING:; REDUCTION. CITY HEALTH ,,DEPT. TOWAGE CUBAN BALL PLAYERS of -



iiYESTERDAY'S.RESDLl]; :] I. .I PDSITIONS' ,. NOW.) OPEN,_ ;:REMAI.NS.JHH'SAIE: OR, EXPRESS X : ''RATES : ,-WAR ON RATS JUMPEDj? .STORIESMendezyCuba'sStarPitcber ;

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8 >! Numerous Positions to be Pill '-'. (" '-,- ,- "j Communication I From City

,Jailer McCook.Expetts'LtoLand + 'ed(r ext Month! by Come I City health Officer .tight "juct1onWi11MeanGreat Health Officer Emphasize


lc do Office:Business i petit ve Sj.f. 'Says:'There is,,JQO Cause. : .to Express Shippere Importance of War. v!
"..,. /, Forced to Jump for Life "'fy f *;
SXt. Today However. t.IU'' For : -
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ApprehensionThe Key West -
e 'JON>'"1aft tl : 'Announcement Is made by th*tlr- *. .. \ ,Key: Wtest; Fla:. July 16. 1911. ia.ChWo! J l$||
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"?jyneteott rats kicked' thbucketyesterday. States government' of a number of,.examinations ". Journal was intermed' yesterday Washington, Juljr' 14.--Sweeping To the Citizen* of Key West) ,- .', tyfr

In 'Other, Wbr came entangled with, sundry small which will be bold during this month Light that'tbe situation in. Havana averag- council 'held yesterday, this office the Cuban star pitcher who inhere /,' VJ" '
and August. Tho first examinationIs in relation to bubonic plague was fag la general Approximately 16 percent was authorised to start a crusade on "
J1fL.to throat detriment of the lorJbe..position ot. 14.to tho.goast: u.nchaDg04..and.that, th-ere....:was_Jio ; drastic reforms In regulations rats and mice, and a bonusvof five: with the Cuban Stars, had a narrow '' ', '

rat.and the financial betterment' of and geodetic survey July 24 to 26. cause for apprehealon here but- and-'p actfcee, and;,:: comprehensive cents-will be paid for each rat delivered escape from death when 1Ire- broke4#- _

.the', boy. Nineteen rats Is. not very Tho other examinations will be Dr. Light stated further that Key changes In the methods of operationare dead or alive to tho city jailer out at 3608 Cottage avenue whore -.. :

t. many, especially: when It. was held July'19. August 8, ana August r West could not relit,on,her oars. That prescribed in a report made. public at the city jail and one cent for each he Is- staying. Mendez was cut ok<< ; .
l 1. The JUiy 29 examination a'ro for whilo there seemed no.especial dan- by the Interstate Commerce Commission mouse. Bubonic plague made Us appearance I from MI. '
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that theyof .the.16'wfrjtailswould ? scape
thought ?, the positions of concrete building designer ger from Havana, It was absolutely of Its investigation into the in our neighboring city, Havana stairway and ,:
arrive at"city haU'iyooterVlay, in and of steel bridge designer I necessary that the rata here be killed I business of the thirteen great express Cuba recently and while no endue I there was only one thing for hll1. to''w 'm...

bUDe } s. But there's a',,Tho greator number of examination oil inorder to guard against tllo possibility companies of the United Statqy. apprehension need be felt about do and that was to jump for It, "l",
5& as there's a reason why peoplo wont are Bet for August 3, when examinations of there already being rats Dealing with the Identity of'Inter- the matter at this time, yet It Is The firemen held .a blanket for
stop drinking coffee. The email boy arc to be hold for the po- here Infected with tho plague or est between the various companies. Imperative that we as a communitybegin him and told him
j.t; 'dld not-tako. that offer of flvo cents Da'of nurserymen Pointer, physical having on them those fleas, tho bite the report( finds that while these a city-wide movement to free to jump. Mendes r 1\ .
'- apiece for rats seriously. In fact-for "diroc.or. gardener and drain of which conveys the disease to hu- companies arc separate legal entitles the community of rats at once. hesitated a moment .looked back' at :

1 many hours he refused to considerthe I guago o>>orator.'I man beings.Dr. "It Is Of Interest to regard: this Plague epidemics follow the usual the flames steadily growing nearer : .

proposition' at all and although< The examination set for August\ Light believes that 'Key West J fact that by stock ow/rershlp and oth- shipping\ channels and. it Is customary as If watching a man on second who .
he was advl ed that thcoffer was absolute 'I 7. are for tho positions gardener be-perfectly safe from an Invasion erwise they are Interlaced\ Intor- for the rat population of a place to he thought' might
and sober truth he advised become afflicted with this try to steal( third .
I and field station superintendent; by plcgue If the citizens of twlneclandInterlocked That 't la with disease for
ij his informants to. go chase them- junior physical chemist (buronu of the city cooperate with him and Dr. difficulty wo, can trace any cno of months before human cases develop. took another look at the waiting ,

1 .selves. mines) and scientific assistant (bu- Fogarty In their efforts to clean up the greater onlpaulos as either wholly Even at this date It Is possible that firemen below and jumped as coolly I

rfy: Yesterday morning n few hours reau of fisheries). the city and get rid of tho rats. Independent In its management or we may have Infected rats In our as If the catcher had lust asked for
.V after The Journal was on the street, Detailed information as to qualifications !- the agency of a single railroad system. community. an out He
;pT a small boy appeared before-J"atlor requirements, age limit and NOTION TO THR PCBMC. So-that Willie those companies The disease Is contracted by :inoculation : curve. alighted without'mishap .
Ml 'ff McCook and inquired if that offer of subjects of examination can bo had I operate separately and compote with through the bites of fleas from and showed up this afternoonat .

r Ir five cents was straight goods or by application to the United States Notice is hereby given to all res-'' each other -for traffic tho express plague Infected rats and ono case of Ounther's Park as. if he had not

y whether It had arrived from ,Punta Civil Service Commission Washington taurants meat markets, Ice croam : business may> bo said to be,almost a rot plague Is Infinitely moro dangerous been within a short step of tho other
,4 l; Itassa Monday night. On being Informed D. C., from whom also will beobtainable stands and all others wh oare re- family affair. An Interesting genealogical to a community than many human world a few hours before.

that It was "straight" he information as to the quired by law to have. their places << tree; in fact might bo cases. _
;'I produced a largo rat from somewhere places whore the examinations will screened that they will be given un- drawn showlnir.ua common ancestryin Plague can only gain a foot-hold HWIMMIXO }>AHTY YKHTKUDAY.'
about his person and rocolvod his be held and also examination forms. til next Monday July 29. to comply all oi the larger ''ooinptiules. And where there are rats and by destroy '" .. .

nickel. He immediately started on a with the law in every particular. while many names may be used to ing these pests we can become Im- Miss Mare{ "Watrous entertained .
4} t bunt for rats,. spreading the glad 50 POUCH LOSH'I'LAO.. IiI. The proprietor of any place not designate theso 'companies. It Is mune to this dreaded scourge. few
'f. . tiding of,five cents a piece to other properly screened, or who allows the within the' fact to say that, aside Thore Is no "best" way for killing a friends yesterday afternoon .-
.''i.' W>ysas he went, and. displaying his Santiago do Cuba July 16. -Fifty screen doors or windows to remain from the operations of the minor rats and mice; the various rat 1 poisons at her home .on South Beach with a

f:',/t; nickel. an bvldence ot' good faith. policemen of this city who were employed open will be arrested without fur- and distinctively<< railroad express sold by druggists and stores In! swimming party The party waded

':1<<:il Tho,reou.t! 'will be that beginning during the negro uprising, ther notice after the above date.-, companies,, .the, express buolnoss of general are all-'effective when used Into the "big pond" at about 5 o'clock rand .
? '1 at dayligbt'thL morning Jailor.,,.Mc- wore discharged today Mayor jOrlllo ROLAND CURRY \ ', the United- States is managed by not according to, directions. spent about an hour of great en-
'} Cook Rill( "probihly-be one of the bus- ordered -their dismissal because -the 17-lw ,, t-8tstf Sanitary Inspector. more than hree groups of Interests." Trapping should be resorted to joyment in the Invigorating water .
".'J." loot menInUbJs." ; city? and' b7'.1I1&ht- situation.has become'so,qxilot thrf ordinary , *'. fv pyft't; ,>'vt; r '- '- : -, ," ahd the cat, the rat's natural en- of the Gulf ,
f+, Jt fall. ;the 'ltyrflll' be'minus a great police fprpe Is sufficient 'tonlalntajn epty, should not be forgotten. After the swim the party '

1; ., \ ., ,"U;,::. .'. > -. _' ."'"" '.order. e ;l' ''3 ; 0yS'E'' Vf,ON FAIR'' N1' 5Qt1ARENiw I It ahould be remembered that rats bled oh the porch of the residence: asoem- .
.q til'1nIUI7 r" ,. 'I ,. ., .' ''Iioo if ' 111' will at 6ncd quit'your premises if where refreshments were 1
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I -ft f '- be,kitchen refute Is leptn closed Following tbls' the young, peoPlo" i
o : PAN1W LEA! ft; *ITAts 3Tork>Jul7)L,< 'Reterae Jack I ''flih n4" **''** held near..the receptacles and no food,left; accessible formed a.chorus and many, sft. \
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Panama; 'J"y' 18,-Thq,.Panama 'w.f. .;'July: ..16. ,-*' l10win.. elahUlenth 'Tound..'. d ,will probablybe' -chamPlon'i1all, over.an k v'nptrahle4krtee.a1g + ,.ik ... HIS BOND ISEwPAC AGE . >.=;;,
werb conducted .enthusiasts' allover rJ*' .
elections quietly un to why Senator Cul- accepted 'by. fight
der Amerlcan.upecvlBlon.. Dr. Bell; conjecture as the country;, showing th ".Cadil- The films; then show RefdreeWejchdragging ; ) ;i ;j( ,-_ i, '\" r.-i. } .
low,,of Illinois voted for Lorlmer'hiscolleague Wolgast off the ,nr.strate (
sarlo Porras former minister to lao 'Wildcat knocking the Mexican. Indians llSurpl'laed
Washington candidate of the in the first Investigation celd. "; body of RlTers. Wolgast !'a apparently ejisp,jAbad;{ Found Guilty of Were :And.. ..

Liberals or opposition Qarty will be of Lorimer, but Saturday voted If Wolgast fouled Rivers in the suffering great pain and Is 'seen very Selling' Liquor Without Wipped Before They KneW .. ,/

unanimously elected president when against Lorimer, It Is reported that thirteenth ,round, coast information weak. The referee's band Is .License ", What -
the assemblies convene on August says the pictures do not show it. In to rise and fall eight times In cO HappenedOaxaca
s'latod Lorimer
30, the party winning :all the pres- Culloin is to succeed the final round the films show the ing Rivers out Jt.-// --!.- '" .. ---.;... i.. .

idential eloctorat in the senate and that Lawrence On June 16, Menso'Abad!. a yonnj /
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Mex. July lS.-The '
tables '.
General PedroDIas, the candidateof Sherman who was nominated over ASTOR Cuban, wto arrested by city police ./
the Patriotic Union Of government Cullom recently will succoed to CuI.10m' LAST DEBT PAID BY COL., JACOB I officers for Felling liquor without a were, turned on the Yaqul Indians ,'.

party, who was the personal choiceof license or In other words, conducting hero today by a force of 600 .
1 President Arosemena was con place. u "blind tiger" Abad put up a whjtes. As a result there arc.43 few- .

vinced by the result teat his election Such an arrangement will give Washington. July 16.The last tiers settled up for the last bridge bond of $2T for his apepr.rance In ; 01' Indians. ./,
o was Impossible and Withdrew leavingno Cullom a longer life in the senate. debt paid by Col. John Jacob Astor, game. played In the social saloon be- Court but when the cane wad calledhe I The Indians came down from the '/

-opposition to Porras. The elections Cullom's term ,expires March, 1918. a victim of the Titanic disaster will fore the Titanic sank off tho New- did not appear ana the bond was I mountains to attack the town. The. 1- '

n were expected to be accompa.nled has offers from all help to build the great memorial in foi felted. whites wore warned of their approach ", '
with violence but tho strength; Lorimer many Washington to the men who dlod on foundland banks Yesterday Abed' was again arrested and formed a strong defensive ..-/
of the opposition was so evident.that sections of the country for Chau- the Ill-fated liner. Mrs. Forbes said that when Col. by order of tho court, and forcedto band. The Indians were surprlaod bo-. / "

1 the other side gave up. tauqua dates the offers haying : Mrs. Archibald Forbes, a New Astor banded over the dollar the appear at a trial on a charge 'Of foro they had entered tbo town and /"-

i .Name your subject and te.rma." He York social leader is the woman to only money she over won at cards, selling liquor without r. llcenas. Aft- driven bock. F\\>rty-throe of their //

Mrs. W. M. White of Miami wife speaking engagementsand whom the debt was paid. Her lotter lie made' a- eating remark about the er listening to the testimony In the number wore captured. ",
may accept
of Capt. White of the steamship Mi- forwarded to Mrs. John Hays Ham- luck 'of beginners Mrs. Forbeo'luck case, Judgo Curry sentenced Abad The Indiana have a habIt ot killing
r sans 1 was an arrival In the city Monday in.this way enlighten the people mond b# Mrs. Thomas. J, O'Brien held, for a few hours later she was to pay a one of $100 or. ai>ond thirty all prisoners. As a measure of reprisal ..
I afternoon on the Olivette and Is against what he and many others wife of the American ambassador at afloat In a lifeboat, while Col. Astor days In tho city jail. Up to the early 1 and an object lesson to the Indians ..J

r stopping at the Jefferson. Capt. consider an outrageous Injustice( none Rome enclosed a dollar bill that was and the other men' of the party had part of last night the One had not of what they might expect if they ../'/
White arrived from Havana: last him through his expulpion fro.m the handed tb her by Col. Astor when paid the price of self-racrlnclng bravery been 'paid end Abad was atlll con- made further attacks on tho white "'"

r night o nthe Miami senate the party"'of which they wore, memJIMIHY" -, ned In the city jill. the 43 prisoners were executod.. -'.. "

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j s .* READER ,DEPLORES- AND LAVENDER ONCE FIRST IMPEACHMENT STATE, HEALTH OFFICER' ; ".\



I f 'CONDEMNS GAMBLING HERE PLAYED BALL 1N KEY WEST .- SINCE SWAYNE TRIALUnl PORTER TALKS OF PLAGUE '<


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l "Tb following from a gentleman ,; words to" that effect), thus setting his Now Famous Twirls of Chicago Unl cjcy Number of '-'13" (From the Times-Union.)
public life In this city is highly .stamp upon you as well as upon all Quarantine has been raised by the two persons affected li'y the plague
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i, "',preciated by The Journal' : '. ap-I I of us who. disapproved tho court's; Cubs Was Here WithSt. Charges board of health ot the state of Flor- one ot whom has died while the other I..>:t\

Editor Key West : action notwithstanding-'fact that 'Team Judge Archbald ida to the extent of permitting first has fully recovered and the health '
Dear Sir: Petersburg i -
1 Anyone Interested In, the wolfare I there never was a more patient I class passengers from Cuban portsto authorities of the Island believe they /

A .of the city must be pleased with the peaceful -law abiding people than the D. C., July 16.--Con.gressman enter this state without detention, have the situation fully In hand.
'attitude The Journal has assumed people of Key West during all themonth's The, sporting' sections of all, the Washington upon their being armed with a certificate "Out of 800 rats that were caught '
Henry D, Clayton, of AlaI from the representative of themature
rites which tromo,the time these crimes .
the degrading
against in the country have had and examined In the Infected district
seem to be going on with full force. 11'.... 'commltted until the-day of tri- newspapers t i I )hams, chairman of'tb committeo'onJudlClat'y !' hospital service of the United 'dny .. .
Your voice of protest has been heard al. It would too putting It lightly to much to say of late about one "Jim presented to the house States to the effect that they are not I none of them were found to have Quit't'
through the medium saythe least,'to say.that.this Idea of from a district Infected with the bubonic -I trace of tba disease. Dr. Job . +
all.over-the city, my" Lavendpr the bush leaguer who thirteen articles of impeachment eras, who Is the chief medical lllcer' .{
colums.. The serious crimes an Infuriated mob was' fat' fetched.\ plague.
of committed your recently, the places whAr Much could-be written but enough bumbled "Rube: ;" Marqnard, the Idol against Judge Robert W. Archbald of This was the news given out by of the Cuban government and who '"I
York and caused the I of Commerce Dr. Joseph Y, Porter state health will be remembered as having per* \
they;were committed, the prevalence has been said and remains, for'you of slew fans thcTUaKed States Court 1
much valuable the '
of gambling, etc.. rot have spoken to see the fruits of"yosr labors along latter to break his winning streak I reported unanimously. by his committee. officer. to a representative of the United formed States government service during for that, I

of in no uncertain tones. .You have this line. _If ,by.ayinq.to: : you gp on after establishing a world's record. _, ,Tlmes-ynion" last"night.said Dr. Porter I epidemic of yellow fev'ell.tn this city I: .' / ...-
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'You
not failed to call' the attention.'''of Brother you wlH-feel encouraged\ to can say -
I.lavendeta l spit ball artist, and the "that I have been In close touch with in 1888. Is watching the situation "
will a
the-officers in authority that the still further efforts. It will be a pleasure Chairman Clayton:: present
to It. I believe that way: be makes the leather "break" I.I is the United States marine hospital and will keep oar-government
r crimes which stand out so glaringlywere forme say: resolution' providing for the management .
'broke.:
In wUch\, already good' result are' following Yesterday afternoon service -ever since the plague thoroughly posted. A/-
places '
,h' perpetrated joy1 forever. .of tho trial before the senate.! "Of course the lifting of the quaff ,
have been kept thoroughly
out, and "
and have
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stand
their business contrary fearless you
were GnducUn& your another to theNew'
he h& 1ded' packapq, against Judge Archbald '
: Charges acquainted with every condition. antlne. or' detention applies only to / '"
that
doubt yon
demonstrated beyond
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Giants'when he-won his first class and only those / '
transactions
York passengers
range from hlo business '"Yesterday I received a telegram
throw of one 'of 'the: temples ot Jus: will prot cth .rlghti v 4 ,
tice. .#X ' u" ." '\\In-conrlla ions; I will say tlatthere game.' ;;, with Tesreau in the ,box for I with! actual and possible litigants Jn from Surgeon General Blue, In which who come from districts whore-'the j ""

Also worthy of note iias; 'your fear' are quite a Dumber of people la.this the Glints. .. his court to aEuropean trip allegedto he advised me that Havana there was that only a however has, continue not. shown to up.maintain We will a .d'.1'.... liii, 1

lest wand 'againstwhat: seemed Ito city:' Who bare_ ,not yet bowe4.tbelrknee'to Lavender, came to' Key, West in have been given him by Henry W. very small thin area coVerlng of > the district was strict surveillance in order that he ,t\;; 'I.It':
Infected ,
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you lutd to oT our eltl eni, Baal. the God of this:world, .
t'' t her, too much mapA leniency toward a and' that this pumber dQ 'anct 'will 190$'or uOt"wttb the Bt. Petersburg' Cannon a railroad magnate of Now from Cuba street down to the waterfront" plague .canpot reset ..the United//. , : .r':1:
for Ho pitched excellent This the ninth attempt at : a distance of about four blocks. States through Florida.1'gresslve !m."
q' 'Charged "with murder when Ills appreciate every effort put forth Via., ball.teaJ ., York. Is ,
use was laid over until a later date. the uplift and betterment of fallen b'all>' at that.time but was npfottunate'supporU1However Impeachment 0(.judicial or civil official -' 'He +

,, 1/asf but not least,lyour PI'OIIIPt'de-' humanity,**! Go on.. Brother, If twhat : Ih'\)laTl Vrfal; : of the United States since the R008KVKIVT ANNDUNCE9.Oyster party.! will begin his f .
fenso of those who murmured agalnat you write does cause an InvostUatlonof the third party'speeches: next week, In,,
at thoughttbet' and ,
.f records.; non. of the?.ns that time foundation oft government Y 18.Tbeqdore .
w the-; alow procedure of. one of; the some the '' bay. July I Michigan continuing into.Iowa an<\ < '
C ''cases ontrlsL'Yhen'ayrlter In the Thanking' you for the space this Jim,')i7 Lavender_L_ would.....1 Wo. .- 'the'flrit slnco tbo impeachment tit11I4' Roosevelt made the first definite ', pearly s
Kansas. He plans-to speak
.'tel1l001pape. ,' Oiled *,die'' Texas win take' 'aplid', your. .valuabla, col- som fo-.tb.I. .'M one of.,the .-|irs .l fife 1 :JdoG'of( Judge'Swayno;, of 'on"'co- announcement today of his plan for' every states Union.' A' 't'

: Jn4ge)irho did Dot _.4,011Id not'bo I'I'I umn., Jam',. Respectfully", major league' <"' I II Itfllodda.: who'was: acquitted.\ .. the campaign of the National Pro- tithe .
an'-Jnrarlated! mob ( \ -Readsr I .
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.., OFFICIAL ,era* PAPER
' HUB KBV 'WEST MORJIN6 JOURNAIv WEDNESDAY, "VLy 17; 101S. ;
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F ascending',, the ,alrongh old "of the j' '_ '

I > aummlt...now- only chill,"draft* of,air =11111=. .HIM :=,1IlIIITHEFIRSNATI l' ,.Iff11

; i4 Coffee Retailer; Attention ..Tbe.Jjady wept tf own; ,to greet them; passed on ,

J.f with /shrill whisperings' and, died
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away.in the distance.! A .4. .

t1t1V"r"1', \:J'J." ,.. ; ,eannc''the gsnl7a.poriala.. 'that { I NAI\BANKS,,ll

oj .. '''. '''- '. : /' \, opened wide into -.hls, . { -r \tr/ f i ,. \1
f 1".$1[: ' : '" :; < :1>.ices ,oi' Qrcenj! Coffee' ,ate / i'' ,' E ,.my lady suppressed 'shiver.;, _' WESTCapital ., or: .\ <1\ \. ...
: ,: i. *" "? E 1 foi 1t' but the"Marquis. Inca lowtone, ventured - OF ,JCEY ,=.
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steadily ,
t ; "l. rising :and there js :
>> :,., ", no" to Jest on the depressing -and '

y f"1.1" ",: I .f.':.. prospects of lower: figures for the ""r'" ," ,' ;..."' ..... e ., melancholy' ,aspect.of. tire. Mount,at S r ,.- '$iOO; OO* "ST

..: .:': ; :B, 1W.El ;srSHAM, \bat'hour..''fro these)Jlght remark she 1 1II Surplus and Undivided .Profit ftfiJOOq; : I
,; ,, u , present Asi the : :
: returned had
-:1: ..' .. ,, l consequence, :/ I' ;ttolloerel no' answerand be Just .
,ill
'. \\r."",'4I" : .' .' i price of" the'ground .article,'willalspbe I .f'I"TheStroU' ; t ", J t tI began of to:.spirits rally,her apparent on a
,;"Ueda The;Rose" ,
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. "' .' raised ,by the different roasters ',' ._ , and !rNooncilabliJ".tb'. the' circumstances \ -
I ",. =, lion Dollars. ::. ; ,: :;: i.. I '_
( ' of the moment;when a harp \
there / Y' "1rMrn.fwill .' 't '
. ," ",.'. : ., .surjpjyinj>, 'it. Perhaps are,, t .' ,. .!..,. exclamation fell from the girl's Up, I _-,TDepaitorlnd Diabumn2' Agent oLtbe'.I1LJJ:: _Cloveram: n_ .
', /-; : ; : manyamougyou>'who 'are already'paying / , ,, .... ":in fl'iODt-or:tbem7betwee4 -solldler I "( w ''
and the entrance to upper . 1"r \ II
I that
: ',J'd tblS'p n lty.r I have f e-:, : '. part,of the Mount many dark: ..forms I II !

.. '. . ,." cured several lot*., though, at' i: I had uddenly darted forth; at the M' ;/OFFICERSr--- ----'DIREGtQRsII, -- .

'. ''<<1''" .. / same time from nearby house came' .

'. ; "',,:t'p'1.' :l e'\ such, figuresa./ ., to leave ,the / ",, ;..", ,,. -.., "...,.---""" ,. unmfstakabli'sounds,of life and 'activity ' = Geb *. Allen President; :John i W.Lowe Allen.. J \' _sss*> .

li. ..... price unchanged long as- the ./ .'J1 at 'iklnKfoniid tie Black Setgnear !. door ywerethrown'; open and /: -,
.' : :, : .: r window raised. The town they thought = 'Q. Bowa Patterson, Vie.-."* Oeo. L. Lowe.
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: ;/. lots lasK la the Desanrae fonestjwher: .. aa asleep had merely been watching; nowslupred.jlts -SIS ', Cashier. William R. Porter.: .
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./ / 'a boy>vb. bad/fled for shelter' now Oeo.L.Lowe vChas.
multitudeot
bright eye In a O. Bowne Patterson.
some instinct,7'-4eIr h*''did not menacing light round them bewhersIkewlsumysterfonsamaR- Charles A. Collins, A sit. CasbleRlohard A. Coll IDS, il
strive to.analrm, drew tint., As-alow. .II II
-- '- THE PRICE-=IS 25cPER POUNDfor I 1y be made hla"-artaroup"'the-ood;' ,; H. Kemp, AsstJ Cashier Oeo..W- Allen_
1 > on hand familiar outlines" and phallus had occurred from alley, corners ---'Y-
every -
and hovel, Immediately after
the same good 's tisfactory and. reliable]! article details'_n vaguely In the last lightof the pasting of the Governor'party! clips=iIIIIi1111.. .. Ie
invited him to 'pause but
day. ; .
which has made "EL CENTRAL" famous -for "What doe It mean?' Aaaht'ahe
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without stopping !> moved on to the
.... heard the Marquis' 'tones, lead confident .
over twenty five years.d castle, and up to the chamber :-where now. as he turned to flee com '

';' Q' Think ol this if yon want to'save dollar] ]] on the coffeo Sanchez, returning; from America had mandant. / *
found him, vagabond lad. Through .
t which Sell. a "Treachery!" The commandant'svoice
VI' you the window the same unobstructed rang out. "They've broken faith Now Is Tfcfe Time
4 view of the Mount dimlY .unfolded itself -
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: J. F. CARBONELL with us! /
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In the dusk, and for some moments -- e
"Dogs! My lord gazed uncertainly
610 DUV-\.L. 'STREET he regarded It-august, majestic -
ahead; "What awe You need something to build
you
. : glossing Its heart's) black secrets dUbIOUsf2'hlncJ. up
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with specious and -well-composed bear Rexall Specific and Alterative Compound
"Do suppressed
// If' . .. .: .' ;. .' t. .., ing! As he looked there suddenly an imprecate Jt.. "Push on to the upper "' IS THE MEDICINE .
tame to him the remembrance of an-
/ aates'!"/ It improves the Blood' and
helps
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other impression the some picture your
.f LIKES JUS MEAlS I TASTILY ; "
1 To the/Bates! cried the Marquis;
: seen through the eyes of a boy-standing System to resist disease.
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MI PJU';PA1tEI), and not only that, then wheeled quickly. "But you-
._ ... 0 -qo ., where h. was now! .Then had the :Elise! Don't put it off buy a bottle now and
but he liken to have them prepared of
II Mount seemed a marvelous series
k "Never mind me!" she returned start in, becauseas you all know need
magical homo YQU
for k structures air-drawn -
ID a hurry when he Is rushed and .
M' of a small and fairy-like creature, with with steady lips eyes. your health at the present time more than
1 time. Wo ara making a specialty /There was no time for further
.. a hair of shining gold. Dusk turned to anything else.
Words
order from the
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ef serving Business Men's meals.OfK night; in the distance the Mount vanished -
mandant and the troopers spurred for- Sold Gurantee Money Refunded
and through the break In t on a if '
) THE FflffllLT"' RESTAURANT :: forest only the star twinkled. ward toward tbe entrance In the wall You do Not Get Results
and those whose purpose It was to I
4 Then Ughtlnhll/ fire, the young
r 06 p,' "r ,iik luniily dl ng'room Is equipped :, man sat down at the side; wUn faculties oppose them
What happened thereafter the girl Pf, JI're ,
I lei he beet and nlneiit family service alert, listened to the wlnd"looked;

J ,K. and we make a* specialty': or It at the flames. Demon-like,they leaped was guns but vaguely flashing cognizant of steel surroundedher of; reportsof ( KEY WEST DRUG CO. '

$ before bis eyes as whe he had wait-
10: ; -clattering 'of hoofs mingled
serving! families. ed and watched for th emissaries of
'with the loud shouts of men.
y his Excellency::; and/mechanically he Bastlle of the North 1 Down
"The
/ Our meals are always tastily prepared and placed his weapons on the same spot with HI" T.he StoreeorDiJYal&Southard

r' a We give .you"" quick service. When you want he had been wont'to lay them In thoBeday8. This was their battle-cry; on every '
little likelihood they
,.' I a good meal quick come to the would There"'a..k hint' now however; the side! she heard it, though hardly realizing -; I .
'' / the purport of'the words; ,con .0 ,4 9. .
Governor fully< -occupied elsewhere ahh!
ywa fused, she listened her father's name '
/ RESTAURANT. 2'
: DUVAL looking,to interests more Important
-her own handled about. She won
-' -- v. - .. _* 4! .. as .M M .. to himself end tot the the soldiers I : '
. III -e- . .- ',. Hr Iadysbiptthe. fire leaped wildly dered why those on wall tAt1 B r t1i :5toi
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/ (as lanching at fate's foolish prank. -within, did not fire and" repel allthew YJ o: : BS .

'. p.ople' ,f'''(, .. j' -1".fr f .. . ,
/ LI.EN/.C : Her life for but ''What Irony If she ? e> ,' .l. J ,. .. ," 'c, '
; /'THE POWPEk-MJ Then almost atr- came the,an- 1 r\ \ .>
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,! . '.: "" .,..... D1 ,H', ,' : ,,,\/\ . .r1 :but Its delfenlng reverberations,were ..-"I" \\of ' '" ',;. ;''''' r ..V"t. 'ton Street ; v. ',' \
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...E PHOIVENO:1''i ;, '. answered only,with laughter and Jeer : Beds' .For 'Jl, c ''and 25c"" ,' i
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... In'selectingan.lnswance'agency' J' rlt be tbe 'ODC r rat. G, J u"Y ,r. -Mon J''dleut ;.Did- his Excellency ; Sts t :' '' "

liberal lullliment .' think to frighten them with .ound...... No beds after o'clock. .;
record and strength' guarantcfl/rthe
wbote ) '
if they were 'timid children fleeing
Is the only, place in
of all its obligations. / from thunder? Was his Excellency!: iii

is ttte reward of aiming at stars" the city where you Baker Bios.RESTAURANT I
Our -
success' t And again that cry: The Bastlle of ,
the Nort&T. We, too will take our can buy the celebrated I
merit' and the result of nearly twenty '
Bastlle! -dominated the -clashing of }
: arms and the tumult of strife ,
honorable dealing withour
years For what seemed an Interminable

/ period, the Qqvernor's daughter saw, Peter's Diamond Brand Shoes Will Open April 3rd at, the
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patrons. through flashes of light men struggling -
/ P Corner of Caroline and
striking; then launched suddenly -
have the exclus-
We
forward, by an irresistible movement Margaret Streeets.

WHYTAKE CHANCES of the horses, found herself within ive agency for these
/ the gates. The Marquis who had Meals
famous' shoes and Regular and Short Order
/ELSEWHERE early been separated from her In the ",, .
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; : ,_. ,L ? strife, was-nowhere in sight. Behind have just icceived VT
now sounded the fray; a short dlttance > large shipments of

/" from the wall, '''and.she looked the latest and most;;.
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back; fiercer than ever soldiers ;and
contended wIthIn.the entrance 1 stylish models.

JXO YOU KNOW' THOMSON'S' people beneath the portals. Aa she strove to; All sizes, from the Gallat's' Tonsorial Parlor

/ restrain her horse she heard the voiceof smallest infants to ...
her father. Centrally located and
the coolest .
That 014r'bia
"GLOVE-FITTING"" "Mon pere! Mon per"I" she cried the largest sizes. Conyenlent To All

and lartrest place in eagerly, divining his face In the lightof Once you wear a .1 HOT AND. COLD WATER BATH

town? That we carry Looked Toward the Mount. lamps on that side of the wall. He pair.of the Diamond ..j J I
answered only with a laconic command Latest Tocaori )| and
.;. a complete stock of fine i ; Bland ApplUaoes, I
/ thrust through'the barsl! Why The to go at once to the palace; and, regarding ,-you will have, .j the most modern tauitart method
liq fibre and cigara:i ?That his features, tragically appealing otber.J ,
no.
questions he had asked then, were TBX PLACK; .YOU'BB LOOKING FOB
this ia tbe place where reiterated now; the hand that bad to her at the moment-so strange

the is lwaTS"'ST. J gripped hers opened, closed; once and different they seemed!-.ehe-pre-
beer lake's J Next Hotel Jeff
nToti Trading Palace
more he seemed tp see the!: steadfast pared to obey' But ere turnIng .
cold Drop in and see us think the soldier. can hold the gatet"she ,
unswerving eyes; once more seemed !I' .J* fc">>' I
i to read In their depths, .'BeUe"el" asked. i A If'I; ?' .' 'L" ' ':'. ... r -

PATRICK'S BAR The pine branches continued to "Yes; yesl" fce''repliedsharply, asU

crackle ai with merriment; but his annoyed at the question.

/Cor. Front and Flttcatiick Sts gaze was somber. How glad she must "But If:-'' .1, '

have been to see the end;/'of her cap "There 1* no if'' !" said the GoVernor -

tlvltj! The sudden leaping' of yonder and a.' the girl rode 'awaY'Ibll Pure : Food Ice Cream Co.

flame was like the quick bright look hard steely, shining to the Soldier

LARKINS flush 'that had mantled her cheek at *, made quick mental note;they ,

r" ov sight of her liege lord to be! They were holding the gate.. Satisfied E'Iththe ,'a ,
,= I zrrntsa" should have arrived at the'Mount'erenow front hi* men presented,and.. delivering
I 1 a this time a".few brief order to the .. 'ORPER yo1.JIi AORTODAY
about were entering
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_:::::::.::: v4wIcau the gates! He could eee her. the Marquis commandant"whBBe l+ 'V
"' ;' at her side-" *; II his force had been.commendable,his I, .I EROMUS.. "CREAMS'CE) :EVERY. FLAVOR. '
OF BUSINESS IS ON Excellency walked toward the great
: r 'CORSETS A sudden sharp detonation afar dls- '
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JPLACE
: t/, : .. :; loated 'the picture. Other explosions I stairway leading up to the.'open apace 'AND TH Y' ARE .MADE RIGHT.

,"r'i'' ., ,':' "; .';{THE!CORNER OF SIMONTON, & THE name\ of th..e'corsets la followed, flap> volleys of innjiketi-; > 4,1 near the church.'' Arrived at this highpoint '

'' Expressive 'It'' .. I. . 'rEAYON'TREE Sr graceful, soft -and pUaJblelt looked toward the Mount I ltaelt""In the 'starlight and".flicker.of .'"

,- )11 h I ?... ......".', ,..v.",.,. -.. ,,',.. says beauty and comfort 'n.theplainest from Seigneur It. flashes of light gleamed a.n41; lamps I ,',he, sought. a* -best' he might ,' ,"
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;2'if.'i'' :', Ji i4t1 i 1 ." .. : .<'" .. ; situation to Judge the number of the -
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\ ; .- ;... 'J v ,I>.ioIJ<)'.. ._... '- : .J', f : .' 'HOLTSBER6 : -a cannon, . -reverberated_It 'la the.. -'distance. assailants and,the extent of theIr preparations ,!'! .. .!. ...! .. .. .. .... .!.!!.. ..
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,' Il.EPHONE 219 FOR YOUR I. '
' 4 I Nettto: [ Sal' Cailos. *'' .The scene that met his was not ''I" \ i ',
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I ,* ; so reassuring a*he bad expected"trst Curry 't Sons, Mo'G
: th"lInt. .S '
Tri "
J Attack.en'The 1J1 :
: cELEC; CUtI IC Alt WANTS which until be buta '4" : : ?; ,
,/4f' ; ; .. now bad considered I ''
loomed ,
h"- black them
; rock: ;: before '
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1l.f' Ms'U' ,'.", ;" :IJARKINS" ''''' > ." ., ,r," N',tie troopers,-. escorting l the Dover ., .1IItf ,' ..; W
r i .Y i' \4S'fl; _/'; 'ir'..;""'<;: ,J, ,. t'DrW U .Dior's daughter rode up to the Mount. lively few townspeople;excited by-tba I '1 ERALMER C'Ur ':NTSMARINE''R '
., N1r / ., ; Kemp 'II'''. of the Bastlle and bent otr any ,
.: ':',/, :; '(' ;<" j' '' i'" '- '# : i Entering the,town.. at ltabas, ,dark; t., ,
"-} I petty' mischief, resolved 'ttelf 'into r
.'\ \ walls shot
on either aide of them out
\ !" !1r.',;'.: ,,:cr./,) ,;,,!';< ,I'/...airr1t ...1. : ,," *'VETERINARIAN I I the broad map'of the heavens and left mote than.an ord.rl..uJtOI'J'.p.rid. j. ,,4': IrAY?'.IA.RDWAR ."iBUtLDING. '!".

\\1I :'t' ; 1411;: ..' '(:, DRUGS' .0, ,'\ but a'narrow'open space abov.fewlights ', ....: :To his startled' gas-the.,reck, '" ,. MATERIAhPROVISIONS- ';' ,,4.., _\

I,r.<:'i".J',../r,.>,' .1' '' .' ? %"* - 'V'*' ,Wr A'aracentrally 6 orrJiA.OIlwit'! ; ;, .; -..',. ... 518, werevisible{, that,\many tot like\< :an('\.ant-hill ,disturbed," rseemed ", "'j! !" ; J." ,) ", .' ; s"c' r '1. .I' '1 ,
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the tn.AUew'rteven !
fI.' .''. '>: *.t ;} ,'carry compute '.line ol, . .. 1 f.m.rt,1&h; ':11,.8.,4.M.: ,1i at the.houses tavern.seemed un'eonted'sUnnass pre; downnew..relay .of....,poured 'ttp ... n {:,'.e"" .! \.. .! \.' .. ;, ,' "' '':,,,','>, '" <
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*&,'& :,:>., ; l md DnitL' Sundries; 'Dept M.apaen.. CUM afterspankh.Ageriaaa ward from the dark,.byway to the re- idfJresa."Cluny q'y ", !' /::1.; .- ,',, 4
;;: 4 . Drugs .. ." trailed...,..:Apparently ,w*. the,:returmVlVtlmedt ; ';f': ,,1 : rCaibla i ;, tr1 eiit' .. \ :t
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';.. .fi.'IJ.' :' 'i, ' .' :(\ war M aotloar'. >ln twisting street and''tortpous ., tsior cement AT thoee alreadygathered ; ;1;. '- *-"r' 'ItI..1< ",;. , ))1-1..1. ;:U, ,.. "HrJ! : ''' .li'5Jj'i/ .,?' -'' '< "'*.
\\o'' ..':+" ','I:,', '..' ,, rva'GUICHARD; (j*.et.tii riM. > tot '" lCkh.t1.r B..' byway1: 'where hostile face had at the portals.. aid,.for the first'time.t2s .. .ir: Re" ,RRnqv': : .cT1tFFi'T.;! r .. ': .'. \ ;. -
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Boston aT" 26 ? 887' .. \t B ASE BALL ; ; > 744<< '' ,n ,.'
Washington 51 83 600Pblladelpbta ..I .- 7PEff: New Chicago York 48 68 28 20. * ."' s I.. ,. :
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New Yorl{ 24 6ti 300 . Louis I ,
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81. Lours' 22 55 28C ', .' ; B6st 2 69 273 rS r'1: Y/I, !

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\ 'Tho lyn Dodger this afternoon. Cole ,
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ganders this afternoon. In the. .lint Latest t. Bksebatl Fade Pirates, and Yingllng, Kucker 'and '

game Warhop and Sweeney worked / Miller for the Dodgers. Pittabnrg .. ..
for New-York, and Baumgardner and : made I 6 runs 12 hits and 1 error. }
\ I : Brooklyn made 4 runs, 8 hits anti 't.1
KrlcheU and Stephen were the _St.Loutebattery. ..--- .. Tio-erpors.-At -the-eDth.8t --t D.= is '
New York made 1 run. : Jo.. log with the score standing 4 to 4,
6 hits, and no errors.,St. Louis modeS the fan were wildly excited and it '
runs, 9 hit and 1 error. I ,was then that the' Pirates slammed "
hit which meant the winning
out a
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Second 'game:, Flnneran"umpired
run. Rlgler and s'
Davis and Sweeney were the New the .. ,
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York battery and Hamilton and Stephens ? page every morning,
Philadelphia B Ctclnnatl O.
wored\for St. Louis. New ;
York made i, run, 7 hits and 2 en-: Journal gives a eJetailed'report of Cincinnati, July '18.-The Rod
\ were shut out this afternoon by the
rrs. .St. Louis\made 3 runs, 8 hIts \ Philadelphia team Suggs. Davis and
and 2 errors. H Connolly umpired all-the played in the National McLean were the Cincinnati battery,'
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the Phillies. Cincinnati tailed to
Boston 7; Detroit 2. : and American Leagues score, made 4 lilts and 2 errors.
made 6 13 hits
Boston July 16.-Tbe boston Rod Philadelphia runs
Sox defeated the Detroit Tigers here and no errors. Eason and make:
afternoon and
this afternoon. Collins and Cnrrlng- every --- gives you were the umpires.

ton worked foDoston, 'and Moran Chicago it New York :1.
and Stallage and Onslow worked for -- the twelve hours earlier than ;
news New York. July IG.With "Jimmy"Lavender
Detroit. Boston made 7 runs; 9 hits ,
the bush leaguer, and the
and 1 errot. Detroit made 2 runs, 6 "
humbler of the mighty Marquard'apride.
hits and 1 error. .;'", any other medium. In the box this afternoon, Chi-
Dineen and
Sheridan were tho um- ,
walloped the New York Giants
pires. cago to tho tune of 3 to 1. Lavender and
: Oil this will find the
. \ page you Archer wore tho Chicago battery, and
Philadelphia B; Cleveland a.
Tesreau and Meyer worked for the
Philadelphia July 18.-The Athletics "\ batteries of the teams the number Giants. Chicago made 3 runs 6 Mt*
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here this afternoon. Houck and
7 hits and 3 errors. Brennan and
Thomas were the Athletic battery, of hits and errors made number Owen handled the Indicator .
and Steele Greeg and Livingstone -
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made 6 runs, 10 hits and 1 error. of of
played
runs number innings Game not scheduled.
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Cleveland mado- 2 tens, 10 hits and ...
BO errors. Weatervelt and Evans '
Where They May Today.Boston' .
were the umpire- umpires officiating, any features at Cincinnati.Brooklyn .
at St.' Lout
Washington/ 7; Chicago' : t t in connection I Detroit at Philadelphia. ".
Washington July 16.---Wa.'htns eton : oNiitere with the Cleveland at New Terk. -

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l-.u called in, ,the8th, innlngito allow'the -> I 'i "I games ,. -
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S. ."'. ";,train the Washington:* Johnaoa and battery.Alnjimith';; andjJ'eterBi:were ".' " :../ '.: ".t :" . ". ... ',..... If.' iJ"ou"are'a'FA'} N 7 ""rY.OU. 'N\ant': '.. x,,1', ' .... :," . ':;:I".," "j1' rubbed.tli earth. ,too..'.close. &114".. IJP'.::,, 'I''" '..
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i'.I"; Chicago 'at* Boston, ;:: died while playing bridge. Tb game
I 9t. Louis at Washington. I Is often a shock to Its players, but not
Detroit at'Philadelphia.i f' Often such a fatal one
Cleveland at New York.
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> 1'J -.I STNoward f1ayerPCanesi I'i RVS, ; 'H Player Pianos ,

'i :i1 ':-PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT' MOND4Y err4E; : !)TROT"StREBT: : BY .;. tl"...... t"" .,.. ..,.' .... ",,'\ ..' r, ,, "' '- --.t--, : -....;..-. ,
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WEDNESDAY, JULY It, 1912. J . .' 'ediiow. :/ .: : .r t :: I: : !
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. IT WOULD SEEM SO.-T or:anticipate; 'one : Every'One.'Cim'Plity" :

When a newspaper,"by IM silence, shows Uiat It ha no Inclination soon, it's toy our : .
(to say, nothing; 'of backbone}) TOJ1T before. -lt ?eadere-arattere-of'pub -- .. I IHASYOURS7.
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lie record' which are flagrantly irregular; it would seem that common interests drop : .

decency would prompt.It to remain silent when an :'official report .condemned in here .nowan'd : J
theseIrregularlUee and expressed the most emphatic dl appro-
\ val. There are times when silence In golden, and <,the newspaper:"'hlc!!! see the ',stylish : you. have an ordinary silent *piano, ;
attempt condone neglect of duty or any other Irregularity fy(jn the
port of a public ofllcial is placing itself in a moat unenviable light. Ho new footwe a r'. : will exchange one .of the famous+ '
) far aM The Journal In ronevrned, wo have: published Uio report inude
(and it didn't coat the County Commissioners a cent) and It seems' to You will be '.undernoobligationo : S. HOWARD PLAYER, PIANOS .
\ OH that there is nothing! further to bo wild concerning the matter. ,
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COOI>KRATKWITH TilF\DOCTORS. to buy because : it. The. limitations which you I,
; ("II)''Hcaltll Ofllcer Right and Dr. Fogarty have axiiimcd charge of .. I
tho campaign to protect Key West agaliixt, tip.| plague. These' gentlemen you look. It will : will not find a place in your +--- .
propone to exert, themselves to the utmost, lire doing HO now, in
fact, to see that every precaution Is taken guarding against the dread .be a pleasure for : once hay installed a nice
disease. On these men rests a grave if'|>onslbllity, and much is exported us to show you : you : '
of them, but the citizens of Key West must realize that theres a $
R. S. Howard Piano in :
limit to what two men can do. It Is only; through cooperation that we howandwhywe : Player ? ,
,. can hope to make this campaign or crusade a success; it is only by Individual I
effort on the part of every citizen that we can hope for largo re can and do sell there. You and your family f
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.. It might be that the rat in ;your house In the particular rat which "better shoes for enjoy it whether know '
1" is causing the city and county to go to the expense of exterminating all less money." you any. I
I of thorn, and by killing out the rats in and around your own home ;you
j . will be doing yourself and Uie city a great service. about'playing or not. ; 1 ,
..\,I Cooperate with the doctors. Get bujt your rat traps and do<< your I "

'.',"v, part toward ridding die city of tills menace. GEORGE, S. WAITE TWO" PIANOS IN ONE .

c f""':;; "' .THE MORAL PLAGUE IS HERE. 92 and 94 ;ptVAL ST. player pianos give, you two pianos Ju: 'one. ,,. .
Bubonic Is one sort of and gambling another. Bubonic
\,.t' plague affects the body; gambling plague affects the morale Key West has had I Shoesand can learn to' lay the best.music in ;five t /
the moral plague for along time, so long in fact that there are those Clothing Hats t S'J, ,had( music -
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s., :e better; ifryqu .
yep. ;
.., who claim that the disease is incurable. D.t'that'la not a fact. If one. $: !
{ 'A. .half the effort Was made' ,to stamp out the plague'off gambling a* is'madeto Furnishings ;'.foentyyeaso; ;: : r, xn ore ll'you' ''haVe '}\i.' "' "-.
e stamp cut.bubonic plague, there,wouldn't be'a roulette wheel or, ,a',dice ,, ", .. ,1. : : : I : "" .' >. '
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board' this II+e9t.Hades. '. '"" ' '. 4'_l" ,'tf': , "$ $'\\Vt.: ( ; "*'>' >: '""" t' ' : efrsc&nfip'; : ,:oftthe. e' P iair b 0") du;,iiaYe'nod I d+ a'r yf!;*;..t.. .,Y,,,_.,f.. -

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As a''matt<<>''or good politics,"if for"no other reason,'those who poe..see much as."a; ta Uly :]prepared : ; ;you a: good 'idea of the .' : .- :
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the offlcUl:authority and who expect'to retain that authority by the i'B .. ;fun: 'and amusement that ';.,,: rn'i: :
Y J. ( yClte.of the people, should como out of their Lance and look matters meal, and there'snothing : .
squarely in the face. It Ie'better to face the issue now than to hare It S can be' had' with one ofour'famous
.f' forced upon yon at seme later'day. helps make'a taS\ : J ; '.
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THE EDITOR.' ly prepared, "m$af t..so'uch,. } _, ___ Player Pianos and .
Allegorically speaking, tho editor is a happy; medium between a soup- as the BEST groceries. "
bone and a porterhouse steak. Nobody ever Haw a rich editor, says H. J. 9 there are 'hundreds of :
Itann, in the lUrutingham (Ala.) News,,and on the other hand no oneS For that kind, Telephone S .' ,
,; over encountered an editor who didn't head every sulmcripUon/ with a flo-<< : otherwaysinwhich.youmay
'nation of four:.bits and a stub pen. I' "Your Grocer" j this latest of .
The editor in said to belong to the fourth estate iMraiute" that is the i, enjoy :
only kind lie ever leaves. lie Is allO one of the most cheerful and over ,
--. -__.. ,'_ '\worked.'prevaricators. pausing as legal tender He has to be..heflevt".glrl' piano creations: : ___
I >\ 'wU1\ a face like.a cream puff mal.IC"fJ' youth who S. j ,
never eamedta\ dlmo outside the hontlng gallery, the editor has to paint iranteed to St and; ;This' Climate '
the bride'as a radiant vision of blushing beautyand the groom as ono of E .I' .
business else disappoint WM. ,ROBERTS .pianos'andl"player" pianos are built- to land cc'
our rising young men or an expectant Hut 0: delinquent } : ; ,
f' subHcribers. If the editor fails to spread a two-column obituary ,
t'V- 'over the death\ of a prominent citizen who never paid a grocer's bill out- Duval c1Im dfehey'are; : : ,built of solid brass hard .
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aide of the Justice court he is liable to "x waited on by' some t,,-nsted brass Sftrings Our fr .
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relative of the deceased with an Injured air and. a punch in either hand. :

It'bftoll been libellously reported that the editor's diet is confined : plano; has one(tof. ;the fIneSt: player tlons 7
mainly to sight drafts and summer squashes taken on subscription bathe
appears to lie as rrsTgned to his,lot, as a man whose wife has gone to "If Roberts, hasn't got >i"built, :as they" are, with,.double nickle plat- .
the seashore, and the only thing that can cause hint to change his occupation , .
ititisn't, in the metal' .
.Is a sherllTs sale or an untimely death. 'Nowad ,* fpw.editors go ; city. ,valyestoversbrassjand: tubing: :
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to the. case and set up their editorials, in long primer-with a three-point
,"' 4 lead. .Modern machinery does every tiling but Meet the pay roll.I and pay , .. a C'A.f Kt make): life>r Wortli: Living ., '

:! this, hired ft girl. Tax Assessor's r Notice]:\ : ] life.'worth 'liyjng-: -enjpy; ;(your family life 'I'

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'., .*+e: aim.++++*+**+. =+**.+**"..*+--..+*Mt++rl..sti- >.+-,-nr9fc ,, making Notice; up'li the hereby city;; tax given aisesiraentroll that .1'' ,,make it possible for them to enjoy it too. 1

for the ;year 1912., .Bartles: desiring '
better
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-- blanks tor making returns. will be fur- r ,
i nl.bed.ame naklag''apploailon; ; "than with pne of these newplayer
: ,Monroe Theatre ;:
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I,.-8' 'tL. E.City MaCIlntopk"Taic t os\of oiirsV* They.are guaranteed '!f or twenty ;:
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"tl''" J! ", .""- .. LEGAL. NQT10K.la { guaranteegaod..r.wWe, pave ..been Here, too r

;J.,<', '. / ',;, ?) /.1:11 .:: ,.;-r I N r TONIGaT: Florida Court- 'of Monroe County-.county.-Juice; State cf" "t ;; ,and; illf,1ehe, : :,r F're;:frar .'to.o J A Y :'ij rch ]o t Yge ,to ;

: ) /I) In re estate of Matilda Williams.' ,
,,lit&:Y'f. 'rat;j. 'j' ?....\. ... ," '. ,,1" It. Notice I. hereby; given to'all j : : anystatement: ;.that't,1stnot' { absolutelv and _
that
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Matilda Willlain realize
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""" "A, -- .. Lbi commooalr'yberme aI1&h1rihu: \ .. her father, and where -she had lest :

'b 1. '' r" .i "tW\w aa. Fate, %hleb"J1&d. .track' ,him lien html 'That'she'was seised, held Is (Our' ( t W'WlOot'weLwaQito ? ; '! i!: lf s

i i i at-Frank : sharply In'the capture of his restrained, seemed but, a. natural SOrvico'Satisfactory'
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Specials Holtsbergf ter and the enforced nelOu.u. : though. terrible, Incident- pf .the'' mo" : ": 1;" 'h' \ ,. ) .,..I'H" 'w'j' '1- .
Ingto Ux>' release of\one he'4aUSb-1 ment."Pardon -'I. 1 '?!
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' Department Store ; / spare you!I. Your father II not nb6 ,. _" _ _, _ _
A 'fr gate; he left before the soldiers gave 1 : ,.f<; \.** i. wJ.1
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" "\ ""And did he iot; want that why clad' ''owards We' '" .,, \
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' ', '. Was he beret The young mane face ' " ;, >
1 \ ( are earnestly driving to please ., ,, :i/l: ;, '''h.'I:' 7
darkened he made an impatient I ..
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>: : A.fine lit Ii o.of Colored Lawns, 15o goods'".: . They were but wasting time; you. Our' drivers are .In&rudtedto ,' .\.,.{if'A"rJi..rV'iJv"f:II' 'i) .

r "r : '-...-,. all'colon; now -. f.' 80 't.'YJ\rd'r' : already were the people close without; give full'weight'in all instances. !':j' ,,' .: ,i:: :: :' :,i!: '.

:- -+_.Just'receivedia.f all_. Jine_ .of :Yfrl _Imo,.-4/: one been.of shot the In assailants the assault, a;woman the others bad If the one that serves you fails to ..-4koli-;::: : {;:: ,;# ,

- ; ;--- > Edging and Insertions 10 ,yd, now 3 for lOc '\ _ Her Ladyship would:understand;;-If do.sQphone11atonce.: .,. :,__ _.:...._:_ ;; .__ -

Bror.n linen tor skirts" 12 L2o values ''\: she ...hed.to save henteltT Hit tone .. ... I .'
:___,._ T-,-. . ."* . _., . The 0.1. I-I' "I ;
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now' ; 5 : :t 7-vd. : palace had a rear entrance;of course ( : .: .

I ... Brown lipen 25o value. atwr''.'- 121.2c a 'yd';'t' . .. n_'bad. they; better flee upward. to 'Consumers 'Cold Storagi t tt' :
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now rf. lOc a jd.i: ; ?: kale the Mount. After that. It would y /

I k... be easy; hit Ship was waiting! Her '
a wild words her faiher ii
Interrupted; Company ;

.. she would go only.to html She wouldnever _n :- _ __ _
leave bin I rTI.i: :
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That which she proposed! was Impossible
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Frank Holtsberg's qalcUy the young man an-
trove crlpped Urn' closer. What did swered. The mob-the terrible mob! if I' .

(t portend? Whence came all 'abuse Did she realize to what she would ex- .... .. . ... .. / '
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eopleT! pose herself? Did she know the terrible
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neighborhood! Voices, among tie, assailants her. As for her going, it was not to .

ORDER THE ORIGINA1, a t: turf called out IB what wao .be thought persist In of her; he purpose.must see ,she did.not I '
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BOTTUNGrrA eurely the Parisian dialect of the I Richard Peacon's Grocery "
: u rabble; hare to prorogate the revolution "Yon1"' My., Indy flashed him a '

I a ; extend the circle ofllojnel" And glance "Vou!" she" repeated "Whosemen '

1 they had even that arras -were notwantingl broke faith- I
c i swords: "T,bat may bel"! Ills voice rang bitterly '
o.d' ; Muskets, pikes '
h must have: been kept concealed for I "Yet." with stubborn resolution Call around and examine our line of Aluminum I-

f some time ih the town at the base of your Ladyship must not go: !" : Ware, Round Trays, Rice Boilers, Water

the Mount or on the shore. In hlamind's I "Must not! And you presume- -
tell me that! You. the- t "
WI LS1iEY : could see now bpw tho assault *I would there worn no need/! to prose Sauce Pans, Fry Fans and Casseroles.
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had long been planned, bow al' you. my Lady" he returned, when behind

Uniformity of these people had only 'been Waiting.For :. him the door, leading from the Cor. Fleming and William Sts. cPHONE
what The opportunity affordedby street: suddenly opened; closed. :

excellence a treacherous word! Spoken by "Elise!" The voice of the Marquis,
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I i whiskey whom? who had hurriedly entered, rang out; I 67 / i

-changed "Mon dleu! What Is this?" ...
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But moment these reflections
is always admitted A In the dim light, an Instant my lord
surged through his bifein; an instant, stared hard at the man before him; _. ,
withoutquestion and his gaze .wung around, at towers then with drawn blade threw himself ..+,4...+4+44fi.i4Mt'h..+H'4te......+..........++++#NBIJ9Y
turrets-as a magician might apprehensively '
von him. . . ,
a fabulous architectural
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by every creation, handiwork: of* his dark: CHAPTER-XXXII. .

craft, threatened ,through an Influence : : -
. man who knows 'beyond his control, with destruc' Near the Altar BUILDERS .- r.Ir1

tloD;'then with a quick: start Us Excellency .
"Morbleu! Here's a madmanl" Ere -
wheeled walked toward (hestairway
the history of ;
the Black SelgMur' could unsheathe
; \! About descend, '; the sight bia sword that; of the Marquis had have no time to'experiment with:
of <.. figure ocmlng #9, ;caused him.bowerer. his shoulder. "Put t building materials of uncertain
Odl I Is W Harper Whiske { pierced slightly : up
)., i to pause; fa lb.lIare ot the I
I I I' your blade;. m*\. Jordl"! As quickly: : quality. They demand the kind a
r light>below'something' In the mannerof i springing! .,.back and his 'OwnJte :' they can use I
yod.oati { drawing z I} without the'p albUo .
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Hew'ii a brand jhat de J Jpend tthe man's.adTanoe.lmprested vih _
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..1' i..' ". ,. ;i'J held himself an attitude of,de- 1 Wy of iavlnft, :'toitear',' down .-d
governor as, pecuUat.> i 4 )
ool the d'of'"VrhisV I I .
always;; kirc 'en.n) this) :matter are .w > 01' f T o1u11c1. Over acaba;' ,
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h ix' tt ,a< inta iJt* I* i ;,.The tmproment.sf,4Jg peyaobj wbeahderdsedwiStw.M I should We be-of a mind!*", ' 1" !'."' iSeoirie \they''i1; 1b y I."- a?
A A y evr sttpp :$ ? ?f, "'W Mill aid ,i! .""fQ.1 a4ire? r'
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/ v 3 i.oD. keeping'a clo.ely'as might .'a'T6p1"'A.p, : < coup? de'tleroewai. ';, \ :"'too.." y t v ."'i h'\ .!F, ; "" R',' ,

lIIIlt fbe govepw' ,lwyMdtw. .douiW' tt. MmrqnU- reply "'Youl"Who.! outlaws ... JOHN' LOWE ''JR.1 'SONS' ,0\\" '. I:,, :< .

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rfellow-befose'roeaoJt'ed''it."lf into1'posl.ilveneM'ln Jtfeased to Jest. Monsieur Bandit! - ,.. -- \" :'IJI '.
"J ; . L. ; '! '; his Excellency's' ..wind.;Amirwith"'th t.. '"No Jest my Lord'I" coolly.' "More. .' :
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rT"j. upembranoe.otlhe! place and the character .I111 at such a moment In_" I fGEO.| LOESSNER
G. WHALTOH FURNITURE CO. .. ,of their'preYlons meeting a defl-'r "Mon dleu! You Instruct! :
:disinclination to encountering the. Plans prepared for any class
"I hare no wish for this combat, '
of Building from Cottage to Skyscraper PHONE 2772 /
figure jan the stairs caused the Mpnsleur le Marquis!" As he spoke L ,
nor abruptly to draw'' tntto .. GOTer-I'I the Black Seigneur retreated slowly Drawings and Blueprints .. .

j' Corner til Simonton and Angela Sleets !trance of the church. 'There concealed. i toward the door. "But If you press wish. made All work of anything guaranteed.you
the We Clean
,- Impatiently be waited for man (o ,', too close" and .
.:" pass OD, thus affording him the opportunity
"Ma foil You talk'very brave, butt T. M. BRYAN
to slip by and return to the
for ;,gate.; notice your legs take you bnckwnnl. OfBoO 710 Caroline St. ,, Press yourClothing
We headquarter's However It will not serve shallno'
are ; yon .
Meanwhile the Lady Elise had repaired _. -. Like ,
to the palace; a prey to baras- escape. : ,
.. "No?" Ills bnck now against the' PROPO8A1LS. .
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in house :sing doubts her father's words had /
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everything up-to-date failed.to remove she listened to' those door, the Black Seigneur defended it Ought to be .
himself with his right hand, the while Bids will be received at the efflceot. \ /
eounds trf the strife .he.no.lollgel' saw.Butthats .
-'J- : and hln. lyft fflt_hchlinl for a bolt vyllcUit) the City Clerk until 7 o'clock p.mThurnday . I r ,r
furnishings goods he wished to r fatheranquestloningly
Obey n
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: ;, found; shot Into pi!:ice. "Then l let us June Cth, 1912 Jor furnishing 'Done -
now-r-at. perhaps a
the city with Ultumlnous Coalf.r
remove temptation by locking tho
supreme moment for both; of them I the period of one year.
j will be pleasantly surprised door
: _, l she could not have remained I-I The city reserves the .right. to re- .
"What! You did, Intend-
she*was. Never Lad: the palace then Jeot any and all bids.
t to know for just how little so blank: and deserted; she rang her A sudden tlerc pounding from with By order of City Council.H. IG f
bell: no one answered. 'The servants out on the 'door. Interrupted"It 1:. COLD o. LOESSNERImported

. .._ t' .had apparently all left gone, it mightbe was necessary to keep them out City Clerk.Julius :.
we can fit up your home asyou'd to look: down on -and behold this -but It will be) only for a moment. -- -J'- --- - _. --. .-. _. .. --- .. ,-- _._. I II
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I guerre a la mort waged near the gates.Or So put up your blade! peremptorily."There -
perhaps, had they all, except the Is no time to loan."
: have it : ;
like'to fitted up,. .. :' i old nurse, fled from the palace, never !I. "You are right!!" The. Marquis'
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.' to stern? face expressed scorn and unreasoninganger [GootisJ]h'vj' 'f'jI
As she asked herself these questions I ; his sword leaped to an accelerated

in the distance the noise of the conflict tempo. "There Is no time to <'
gjevr loader; the shouts of the lose. I shall honor you! The Marquis I Hand-worked Garments
Cash Time!
We.Sell 'f for r : or r on t people sudden more premonition distinct,of n8/lrerl disaster! Witha close; the foufcbes de Bcauvll! patllmlalres) will stop! "' And to cheat my .

11' 1- !'. . at band, the desire, to see what was lord lunged, a dangerous/: and clever '
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- .:- .1 happening know the worst--seized- thrust that was moll; answered. From I Panama Hats
I bet. No longer could she remain In the Marquis' band the blade flow;

88888888888888888880", .. 888888S88 8ft88R888888S88888888881Mi888888 her apartments; she ,must return 'to struck: the pavement; at the home
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S. .y.r_ ' '.8Philip the ramparts-to her father; and thenif I, lime a repdlng and tearing. of wood r It you have been lo our .
''' came from. the door.
.' need beThe thought drove some
of the color from her cheek, but in a The Black Seigneur, leaped fonfurd; tore recently vou know
t1 'instincts but the stroke his adversary, now disarmed .' _. ,
6. BlanckI moment her braver spoke; '
I without l/ciny 'lol'l! (lint
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.. l l ( and spirit of herNormaa ancestry.r reeled toward a lamp overhead sole Walterson & Co. have the claiwrpt lines in '

.. ,Pale, yet determined she hasteneddowntheiong'dtmly'Itshtedcorridor source of Illumination of the rorrldor -
-the...wpapomituclc.bArjL: _.Sliat- Have theJMosl .Up-to-dl\te the above mentioned articles ,

I; Division StreetToday and was nearlng.tbe door leading to tered by the blow, the ornamental con -I -- 'to. Le Ibun :' the street when suddenly opened trivance 'crashed to the floor; the MACHINE SHOPIn

and a man;tall and dark_ showing In place was plunged In darkness. rit y. -
::8' nls appearance many signs of the fray, "Save yourself, my Lord!" said a
::8', : stepped Jn. At 'sight,of her a quick calm Voice, and my'lady, standing, as the city and theydo Your Wife ffuiisometbtaff \ .'

We work .
Sell"Men's of All kind
tclamatlon fell ,iron* hi*' lips: his it ...re. in the center of a vortex of I

," bold, anxious eyes Ucht 4. "My,Lady I" wildly rushing figures, felt her waist on short notice. Re- bat is DIFFERENT '

.... ''Toni"Tier startled glance met bis. suddenly 'clasped; herself swept ont! pair anything and : lib, likes oriKioality .'
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r .VI beard Ux'firing; hastened''to tbeJl'oantber.1 Once or twice she straggled; resisted' ,

Shirts '. : l rf trust not too late!"'. hardly knowing what she did; but the everything. !n /fj design and ; .
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Pongee ,Too late I1* she repeated wildly."Where sound of a low determined ,voice not machine Work of All Kind o
: els* should the Black:,Belgn>' unfamiliar to her, and the consciousness pattern just. as you do; so :I
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I" {'. ear b* than here,. at the',Monnt-at I of a physical force-or.was it all 314 Simonton Street if aha hasn't visited our' I/o !
2l08 such a momeatJ"} : phydcalthat. seemed to beat down . '. :
I < ;i.$' and 2.50 Values } i '"Truer J1e; returned, quI.Ut.Vb.' ". ....,, ber .....ID.left.Do choice: but to obey. Opposite Masonic Temple store, we would suggest 1y !..
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.IM/ \ :; ,! Darkness gave ?jway to waves of that REQUEST her ' t.

for 98 CentsWes ,She noted' not..the accent:. behind" light;. reflections of. flame surrounded .', you' I.;
him through the''open space a bright"them; black ,trails of smoke coiled to do so. \.
'' around. :XThe; trl'a strength went;, her ,R W Harrlson '
fork of flame in-.the direction of,theoldlers" \
: breath. : came faster.. A thick cloud .; EL LOUVRE ) ?
; barrackti.botlntGo the air ''': ,
: : sell all other l goods : at choked,her;"ah. wished only to stop '1' 1
, :. ; t ,!proporJ the and,officers'at .UM, quarters sam -time and. she out-hulldjngs saw that I:.when. anas closed about her. Highest .Grade '.'"'rlYMENENDET. ;
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tioBaty : it: meant.;-that .her apprehensions bad lug stklrs through passages and door \ \ '
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ought to tree herself; but, for an In- 'A smile came to the face of,the old]j not..k bad fellow.:'Set the wench down As he spoke, one of the fiercest putout I: ". \"' I" '" ,.' "I ..

I .tant>,the arm held tighter, while a servant. "1 had: to" he said simply."I Weir ha't.tf! sight of her and; Jferhaps.! b1.,hand;' touched' my lady,. when PLYING,1BETWEEN. '. : : ,;'!f J :t, r1;ir;' : (, .!
dark: face bent close scanning her alone am .to blame. No one knew; With coarse expletives "!t she's A the fingers of lU>e .Black, Seigneur .. '. 10' (, .1" .' <, I, :,l. ',J:'' '';I" ., ,
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1, : yes I." "You could not have done ,It;,..nor ;your But the ,man ,mad.no*.answer; 'was the peasants interfered KING.ONNECTI0. S WITH: : \.t ., ;,.,. :< :: ,:.

.-,r"one-moment-! -Turning-he-left'her.'and l1).9ILJ.lCr anyjot: tbe'selgnegrs: betorglhiml ,"Let him alone!"- ,..-"I'be-MtJIorr..8teamahip Conipway .to and from ;New Yoik.,Mobile, ; diio,. q.. .j. f' !,! .
walking to the verge of that I'! ,The young man seemedscarcely --WJi; speaks Tair1 ' : '"l' ,' ;.; I.. ,:Iii
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Her fatherV Where was bet"::" She lad::forgotten those stripes Or the wlth4the great lady's hat broke in. ; ... Steamship'Line..FU Myers and the West Coast. -t...2!. ."' ."""f.. 4.Jl{: .-'

clasped her bands despairingly; as abe blow be 'gave your father-In the, "At them my chickens Beat well A. daylight! trip down the Hawk Channel' getting" a full ;vIew :. ,0" : ;,'\:.,
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tight-open'>> doorway to. the church- ot oilskin. "Here la something, that ; teat them welll"! '7= A. EALightbournAtMuetI. :, : ( '

caught her eye!; and the. started- At belonged 'to :your father. I took it 1trTa. But the runagates of the great city ; l.'if .

the picturetrained by- thema.onry From his :breast the day be died, think were not-of a kind to submit lightly; 4' :" 'f
which the glow revealed, a. low'exclamation leg some time-I can't tell 'what--only curses and blows were exchanged<<: OS AGENT :: I .: ,
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fell trosn her Up, and crossing It;contains a letter: .from the former knives'gleamed and swords' flashed' . tp, .,'" :1*

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acred edUcej. longings.:that We were going-never .) come; running down tie sloping way, J. & P MarKovitz7 :
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eellency any Orders sounded;voice. Sancbesvoice broke off; again he jl".w.ii.4ft I -- to the shadows,passed around ..
strove to speak .could not put out j'ii ,lt f
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;;, .from '!he ancient ''staln- Seigneur's closed; on that of the old ; ,. \ be Bates none followeJ, and leaning Vl.as Men's Khaki Pants . . . . ... . .? 9Oo"i "
gleaming the;, at .last him servant; even as It did so, the tetter's I. .. .c:::.; against tbe damp blocks of mnsonry. $2.00 lot of Men's I'...nt . . . . . . . . 91.35 ., ..
glass windows saw ti 1ingerLclutcheIL..8ud.denb'+- eaeed..l-' ...oIio,--. "'\ "p. brea1tard.8L.lJIlall.V.I! from f I1.76 lot.of Men's I'gntJi. . . . . . . . . 11I1.211' .
ebe weght;dn'one of the chapels.u move. In the church now all was 1' U.0 fatigue, loss of blood he sought to ;--- $l.5Olot. of Alen'sTante. . ,-. . . . . . . .- 960-- --r

tile wUtemarble, monument ,.to'ber Dot< silent but ...without' arose discordant .3->>... ." 0 0 ..; .. recover his strength. It returned only GOo And 7Rc Men's Dress Shirts. . . ... . . . 8To
mother was bus Excellency; but, ,. : "' . . . . 75o75c '
sounds, cries harsh and vengeful for I .. too slowly the lassitude annoyed 91.S35 MCII'H Pin Chock Paula . . . -
Calotte! Before him stood or baIt the Governor ; parsing be Men's Blue Overalls . . . . . . . . . . 45o ,
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was speaking. \ 'clamor- Ahead. be i ljll.no Vnllw-H 2A Inch . . . . . . . . . . O5c
about toward him they were dungeon and the hardships that sap
"Shall 'I ring for your ExcellenCY'sSerY.nta Bid line Baby Jr's8'alnes from noc to 91.OO to closeout
and have the noise stopped" Ing for, now lying still at the base of about to pass on, when the speaker elasticity and vigor. He was impatient at. 25c each. T.;: ) < bowed, the while-watchUna the monument. Then releasing the noticed for the first time the woman's to move on; looked at my lady- ...

Grotesquely like -an animal studying Its prey.I3eppo ,fingers, that seemed yet to'bold him, hand white and small hanging limply"What's and a sudden fear smote hlml! How '
"" ; rascal 'the young'man sprang forward' as my this? Wore Jewels?" His exclamation white she appealed I Had sheHis '
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(Consign these swine to the gibbets 'lady threw herself wildly protectfng- was caught up by the oth hand trembled fit her heart; a blank J. & P. MA.RKOVIT2
because ly. over her father. At that touch ha ers. "Not so fast comrade This dismay overcame him; then Joy=- At
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ba've'been cut off and your throat Governor's eyea opened; met hers puts a different face to the matter. .that Instant he thought not of the gulf, 704 DUVAL STREET

alto That's too' bad!" Fiercely the the Black $Seigneur's Set down the booty and" springingto between them; was cQn cloonly! fa

man waves his arm Nearer the door, now' rang the MB fe'et"we'll see what It's worth." held her-elender, beautiful-In his S I" /

:toward laughed''the; window; then as if calling tbe' shouts. His Exceitency' seemed to Til not stop!" The man looked at arms; that she seemed all his own, _-- --- --..., _._ - - - - "/

lOoverncrf's attention to the Bounds of listen; to ratline wliat they meant; him steadQy. "On the Mount 9s, or with her breath on his cheek, her soft

idemolltion! ; the abrupt breaking of 'to him-hla daug'h er- should "be plenty for all! Go seek lips so clove.! Above Bounded the madness Florida East Coast Railway .L

;glaze! !Tatter! Patter! Merry Hale "The"Oomorl! The ho'Vernort- for yourself! of the night ; the crackling of /,
"Tremble tyransl Trerablezl! "PardB" oftly. "Here's one dares flames; the intemperate voices! In
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I )Excellency: Metayage, your High. .An Ironical fladk lit up for an Instant peak Ms mind I the angle of the will\ with," darkness Corrected to July 14 1912 ,./

1 1kess!" the dying-eyes. He, soon would I '"I spoaft/ plainly. la a tone of authority blanks* around them, be pushed back /
be beyond reach of these dog-canaille "and would d& well to3eedf" the hair from her clear brow, bent 30: leaves Key Vest dally: 1O-.45 pm. Arrives MJkejnft.
Still the other said m word; s fig. Bat frtjeT His gale again you I over, cloBer-suddenly straightened 3:00 a. in., \Ve l Palm Beach 8: 00 a. m.; Kt. Pierre 1O:3O.. m-
hire, so motionless afl white, It In ttrait New Mmyrna 2:85 m.; Daytona 3:18: p. m.; 88t. AlIIC..lIIItIne-
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Isjeemed but wraith pausing ai the "Perhaps interpoalxK. sal Local 81M.Kerf
jncsond seemed reading others 0O5 p DI ; Jacksonville 7:3O p. m t
tense fleeting bta if ace; "Am I, then like the ,
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tlobder clamor without; a more. vivid( Etftl smiles nruBBteedevil ; .
tfol&btneB of- the red yellow and **tet:t la belle nrotense, aa. nne-crk. : they' ;, who bad Just keen fan the point Several! moments he yet stood '

purple: 'hues, like a'axuMe*vweelth of 1 the menacing w icea. l irff blows among tk>ems1>v 8, .now regarfled breathing deep; then, starting away' For local Time Card, See The Ticket 011<<. ';,

,( tl'aDp'eowers strews 'the-aaarble A tremor crossed the Geeernm'eface \' one anotbcr -with common OBideastandlnE. met himself .to tbe task of crossing .. .

'5ftoor, euk again Sancta laughed. ; his pale lips moved. "Wargaltl .' One welgfced tentatively'that !tho vast stretch) of'beach between the I L _. -..- -- T ,..--

"Too tad But "... .1 satin mast Save berl" An instant his yes Iro- delicate wieapan. :a ..pont.ooaond ; fount and t" distant Tight of a anln. "

)jwy-iBratl Who owe .. mirths! '"'Has gered peretstetttly on the yoenxe man; '- strakesl Mm bailfcerd. as liking The sandy,plain had never seemed JOHN LOWE Jr.. SONSi

;your Excellency: "' his.sttrong Ibox with then passed t> hjs daughter; sa Kbey 'to feel tha, .ainmyilmea* of tie' shaft tao'interminable before bun, his sihadiow .
'Shim Ahhe leans eta\ UI l Such a did warsh *W'the light, more lii mu \***hU 'si: third msujliett dor a.'.gleaming ,, and that ot Boy: lady dance ever -c.l1aet Green'dt.Elizabeth Street.' '

'1IDe..>.% all of.matMet Wat easily and BAnd In the clan ;Illusively away: ;,behind.the greet Tool .'Oemmluio.rt\ Veichant. Marine J LumbecPHANDLER ,

.Ibrdken Unto-or out oO situ: :ExVoellenotfT shone there Onfofe.;went out cff 6_: 'tuff i,the1! __' 'Swinging back something MytaetyeiMfct1'head'droppedf; '' mtH Mt i> gn'1t.haa!bean wswd Mxat nlgnt.;"Tial while. a '. m1 V natl<:oC tie 'esj nattoi: 'I .r-\1tJill, "" .y,. .. .y'I'' '1 'fI1; 1.-J.: 1 .,.,''''. *.v''J'I.r.O''JJJ.t! ; .,.._.t
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_fsue',T--ti ree lrttl$y 1 iiII. "1'I\ _DlteaM" .Io'-, : .. l" : ,uv, t. *U *d tine noene n great. leaf Mt aMnnw-tlOMi'.v'TfUa kui funeral iSJume.t.'A\ kymbd. It AoeD1e4 '
', .'' / ,.f, .. ,.B .:!*be' 'J1II'Ck' ,;. I and l and ::Rccldental .steamship -
?l. dJP) j" wavered peYBonsTy< ..... 'the ''tro.noions tci.flll tbe' ky::*. move sort mod : Peninsular CompanFUalfed

: snatched tIbr :alender,' foe.(h his.J.Jb.et ',bnrOe>;' SwOMhe'inan: mado'ianovement .Ladnt'Its btalnoba biackaots from thli ... .'
;; tarn "ck.to: ,the ilnr,5'Tbel'elooking : ; .. 'lI'elllR -would hnvtruck Walking . \ 'the
< me1esuo'onpott'e'the'land. '
; States'FastlMall 'Roufa firKey: West;; n.ina. :West :
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ttrotmd him as the one bta I ; bat the artmck: eyes only,,; in a vivid dtavon glow The'Slack. + Indies .cad Npnau' D.hapu.: t I": ,I'I, \,I '...\.<.,
with place ,
ff fajrrffllar coritbated-held tb blood-shot ones,. Seigneur gazed onlyahenJUTtfheiieaow: Via Key Weaband PortTampayla.! ,. :, q :"&' ''''.(:,,\ f { u.'S .
t 1 r glance apparently found what ouglttr Though not tics !Sung; again tbe weapon on that monotonous desert, the rim Proposed palling.n/ .ITect on date: Ibow. Subject to "banee sad .

-" I snnaU-ietatrway, entrance to the seemed about to' dart; forth; eth ot the aea on a mdden'nibt.r ded. As IndiwIdel postponement. 'wlttsotal. notice! ., : "

crypt At''same time he started man about ta Jnul: himself and b)sll>ur- he advanced. sparkle med .as rdblea : WEST-HAVANA' ..
(....' y to descend. tChe: people swept into ithe den-desperately. mlde, when from Iaugbing'llghta-leaped In the air; at LINE -- -- _

!," church. above 'cam the: -t:sound of hoarse the same time a seething murmur J, .

J. I laughter ansl singing, and slmultaneousty I broke upon tae stillness. I v..ortTnmJa Pun. 'I'hu : r M8oafD

CHWPTER XXXIII. j I a number ipoasants, Bretons! Toward those leaping bright point. w.rd- Ar Key West MOil Fri II 80 PM
Port Tampa Lv.Key West
by their dress burst Into view. and the source of Uxul:! deep- oundlng r.lIa\'a'R J\lqn Fri 9 0o PII
On the Sapda. i "Eh, cockatoo -wOcit, now!" cadence the young man Stumbled I for. Key West Tue. Sat 680 AII_

A man bearing: in his aims tfbe 'metlonlos I Many of these -new-comers ''Were ward more rapidly SOBS cautiously, -- -- -

format a woman paused later hurt; few free from cuts; but :ndn also it may bo: for -while he was yet l.Javana I I..v. Havana -

that nlsht' in the shadow of 4. lowetorie thought of Jltanchlug their 'wounds Borne distance from Ole water's[ rim, ElJootive Apr. 4, North Ar. 1oy 1Vert Tuo FlaL 12 00:

hovel, near the lower' gate; -ot Their! principal concern seemed for his feet fell on .Band that Rave; way ward Lv lte" 'VORt 1'110 Tun Nit Sat 800 .

the Mount As he crouched beneath articles they curflod-heavy, light; ; beneath tli< m. I He would have sprung It'J2/I/ r. I'<'r '1'1I"'l'n: wed thin 00o P:
1 lllie the rim oT \IA 1\ OPA
thatch proOecttngr
the valuable, pajtry-spoils from the high! back, but felt liii '!!df sinking; strove
an old hat above biro li!s.eyee. eager: Two staggered beneath, a great Cheat t to get out only to ,,<
i fierce nudtedthe! distance he :bad yet stamped with the 'aTJTot the Mount edge of the flue with Safely beyond KEY WEST I..v, l.yVCHt Daily lxoeptsuuday: D gLIAVANi All \

to traverse from the end of the nayrow and Its motto and appeared nnxloirt to I well he could see where the Ar. JlItVIUI" I IJailv,1':xehrtSunday r. 30 PM
ahem' he bad 1o (Lv. IIn\lLn", n"tly J']JCCPL \ 30
stopped, SIIDl1ayI
alley hurry-perchance toward the forest sattn-llke pr 'oothnre] of the treacherous Effective Apr 8. JIIJ2 I) AdAr.
the base of the I ICey West Dally hxoept Sunday f
at
entrance 4to:
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the open PM .
'on the shore .bere'they might; burytelr slough merged into a welcome ._. .
rock to the sands. The goal was ;not ) treasure. 'Others had in .their nllk-llke shimmering ot the trustworthy (When HOU ill lion ml .'onn.UI111mlll m iiium than 10 iiimutos late ship

.la 'Something That Belonged far; but a few moments would.tiave arms imposing,pieces of silver; vane: sand That verge however was will not leave Koy Wi'Hl until 0.00 p. m. hiilvlni; Ilmni.a: ':
"tfet'Jt ,to Your Father.Ooftrnor' ." sufficed to J''JIc11ft; only between him and a massive vurttmt de table 'tliai remote; out of reach of effort of Ills Above hours a'roJallfd\ on 00th! Meriiinn Standard time.
and. the point -he had so long been I had once belonged to the Cardinal Tu- to attain; his very endeavors caused Inforrnatlun Sd to pnmortcr and freight rates to nil polulH In the United, States,

daughter: had made :na striving to nttalrvan: obstacle.group 'bolB. A woman gaunt, toothless, wore him to become the more firmly Imbed. Cuba, West Indies and JJiilininnB rbecrlully hiriilKhfU upon application. .

;sound. tearful of hastening the :loevi- of obstacles. Intervened. Before a !va voluminous bonnet a VArgus: left *\ ded. Had he cant my lady aside, possibly Chas. L. Myers Manager!: P. J. launders G. F. & Po'A"". .

table; unit at the 'moment. the man, bonfire of wreckage of stuff-furniture I 'the Mount by one of she ladles of'file could he have -extricated himself JACKHONV1H.K. KLOU1DA.

with 1L,,'iaat taunting word. laandbetlfarwarg. end household goodB-r-several ragged. COurt; and waved score her a fan, ; but with her. an additional
.- :*L ,cry. half articulate botit dissolute fellow sat with bottles be- I vet with jewels She It-was WTDO called weight weighing him dO'IVn- A. Co ELliIN, Local Agent

from .her lips. It was drowned by Knottier fore them drinking:bard and quarrel ant: Loudly he called out; only the sea
the while over Atiumber of glitterIng I .:. L_ .. .__ u __ ..
robe, loud .and commanding, ing "Eh cockatoo!" shrtDy. "Who would answered. Now were the clinging particles .
cmtiffboies and trinkets
which rang out from the .entrance tocburch. gems gold. you le killing?"' at his waist; he lifted my lady v

the> of all kinds. 'j "A selfish fellow that refuses t1I higher; clear of them! Omoe more
bit of for the while
"This Ivory
"f3anchezi!! Share!" answered be Ol the halberd/!, ,raised his voice-this time not in vain!

Perhaps 'the .call disconcerted him; tone!" I 'as >Jf little pleased at the Interruption. "Mon capltaine! Where are you?"

sobbed< the .icOd servants eye of its certitude "Add the brooch! Refuses-- share, .4_ "Not II! Look at the: picture Her
; his Arm of its soreness for the rejnsat d, and swaggering down "We don't see you."
/low aimed at his Excellency the lat. ladyship,perhaps! I'peeved forward; only to .tartback.' "You won't soon, unless"

ter was enabled ,to evade. At the "They have not fotrnd fcerT""No TTw Black' Selgpenr!" The end of a line struck the Band.
eame time, as with singular agility he ; for all the searching! But she "Tbe Black: 8elgnur!"

moved aside to eave himself the band somewhere; cant: :have escaped I Those wha, accompanied her-a The night had almost passed; its

a the Governor bad been holding. to his from the Mount. And when"the drabs I rough jrabbltajCrom Cell and forest- last black hour, like a pall layover

breast shot out like an adder. It and trulls lay"hands on her)! v i t aced, not without surprise, e>r uncouth the sea, where far from the Mount, a
stung deep-full in "A.". when! casting the XHce. and and tossed. In the
struck viciously; admiration, at one whose name ship swayed narrow
the side of bla tormentor. The man, peering from tile alley, fine were well known on that north confines of her master's, cabin, the

"That: for your metayage!I" hesltaied no IQnger; behind sounded ern onset; but these evidences of faint glimmering of n lamp revealeda

But a momentary expression of satisfaction the footsteps of 'otben. and gathering rough approval were not shared< by the man bending over a paper yellow

was, however permitted his his burden more firmly, be strode alien rogoe|. On my lady's fingf the and worn; the lines BO faint and delicate .

; .Excellencythe: _petty tragedy became boldly forth-hf.--ap)1'Oach--tbel1'-1a\k--toward' the group and,\the gem_'partldheld; the'r eyes like a they seemed almost toescape
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overshadowed by the grealerl. gateAt' lure. Black Seigneur, or not IBey l ir- --

'"The Bas'tlle'l; l o'or Bastlle a jargon of ."thieves' Latin" that muttered sullenly what knew they ol How strange. after alT thnae yearn, the

And again a shower of bullets, .directed I smacked more eftb'e'coastrmomeutarIliceased of the cabaret* of Part.than' her he had with him; whose band was light of your handwriting!-and now to

\ In hatred fell upon the cburefc,, thofte; not that of dnder-wench or scullerymaid
windows were priceless; ;beneath lowering brows, they Let them look at her, face! .b. writing yout Yet la It meet-to say
because its that whldh haves beard
hard. farewell! For you
shone with saints of Inestimable stared then comrade She'''might be,a great lady-she mightbe man ami, 1* true 1 I am going to ate. You
r value! In the chapel an aumbry and "What have you the Governor'. daughter herself toy., you hard 1 was not well: I aniwer
said one."Look. All really heard: the question, man
around the "The' Governor* daughter abet you
: a piaclna were struck; : and'Bee" answered the man tine beneath your word! . And,
f and alike at the word."And I'
\ to clatter caught
Governor 'alas. began in rough tone ,! tying M Is well with rn.- I have wronged l.
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break: into,bits on the pavement when .. P If she were! fiercely: the so soul on earth except you my friend, "
/ A quoted another
"Poor booty!: woman ..
i$ suddenly.he.wavered; his band sought with' harsh laugh. "You.... Black Seigneur confronted them. .and you forgive )n.. *""*** L had hoped. For Sashs, Doors, Blinds and in fact anything in tI t
a old memory
would eta 5e that
his.bean. then 'felt for and clung' to easily pleased.. ; As If wenches were While, hesitating. they sought Who for bada a the ton years ny. they nave act.< . It la wlM }I I building matrial, as well as all kinds of hard-
quickly
seek- he went
: on.
( abruptly reply,
the monument aa If .
\ lore folng away. '
other you
AtBURYReani'TheMorninp
enough on occasions R.
a not plentiful better right -to her? The BlackBelgneur 'yare call on EUGENE a aIC ,
Ingsupport."Why .; without wasting time oq a night The reader paused; listened to tho '
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The Lady Elise! Harshly "" "'Pboae.aQC t. .
Ass .
S : *14 you do, it; SelgneurT" her like thls.whan, diamonds and gold are he laughed. Walt It( not fair spoil BisExcellency's sea; the moaning and sighing like .- Si.1rlem., .,.iat-_; ,J '- .. .. '.. ,. t.'I" t.
I'my lady.'exclalmlng. : wildly ran to to.be had for.the searching. !" _,, his ee1Ie1aC7". voices. on, the.wings of the storm. I
; .from where be lay ..AncteJtyartpIat.! .., and .watcbee and enemy; '.Ton cpeak In your letter about "trick. ,
:looked up.to his ,snaater,., f e. llduorsl" cried'fc third In b "ea' daughter.) ,Dfdthey, thinhtreasure.weeter' ""","-ueed to ntranc. u.t Think no more \ Journal 125. r:J.
.. f' that'it..: rare .' than::revenge? Let)them try of It. J.beg you. What la past Is gone- :
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a ( ,"cajt slat aswh'a1HletmplaoabNlnrMylnt'1fp argot. ,,.irpv?rr; .*>'howeverj'' to; his tov;rob him of Its! As for,the,ring t a*' I.part of'that paat.' when .we ware e t .. t' e. a. '" f .
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; ,*f'"w': rTHE NAVAL. STORE .,**...*..*.v.**....***,*.*.,,.. :; THE BUSY, HOUSEWIVEs. 20 12 a eo'p.p.j 'Clear" '.or.Frosted, *. ',65'65 4k 45 "'

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W: _'; : :Miss E: E. Cordova was 'a passenger 33: o.. p. .... .. II f,,';. s''. ., .*h . '.1 90 " 65 e6'foe. '
V to.Tampa ou.the Ollvetto laat Breakfast p. 1
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Is' Ii ( T ;; Mary Oallndo was among tho ''n Where Get It 200 e. p. ClearJ0o 1." .. :'1." .'
STREET J passengers jto.Tampa on the Olivette. ; e. If., ,Frosted '''1' '.N ,H.OO
[ ? J, ,LEIBOYIT :X-: !128. DDYAL last night., 3f. l" n- 1 1., '" .1 o. p.', Clear sign lamps) ?, 36 I 215.
-o- This column has been. started with ''4 A p., Frosted, (sign lamps) 85 ao..
> A ,regular meeting of thc city 13-.16. 20, 24 e. p. Gem Lamps. 25 '. 20 .
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:ffl council will bo held tomorrow: night a ,view of belling bousewlveii. In"thell' .J2,.40. e. p. Otm Lamps. .. <. *9 SO
r ta.""'of'warkeUng'iind' 'decid. -" -- .
Our Ten I at city hall. : ; dally .
Sales
4 : : Days I --0-- ; ing'the i menu for the: d'; .. It, will "
For Sale-Lot ".S*921 toot/ tie t .
boa' regular feature the ,,future;

;, ,r.'. :, : ill .is, noW i in** full' blastCome ,;: ,.Apply to 'cornet to W.of F.South Sawyer' and. Or1n 98 Daval ell sts.'St.If. great and without help both,*. 'douotrflt,in'.buying fl win-be for, and",\a ;;the ley ,West ElectricSAUES c Co;' .


: "" preparing meals,..;;A,member of(; the >II,; ... '
\ : m buy what Miss 'Anna Shepard left last:night Journal staff' wHl',,ylslt all.tho' principal ' ; "
on the Olivette for Tampa on, route groceries fruit stands and* butcher , IjEPARrjTMENTATiTouis .
Lakeland where will visit fora
to she .
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-- hopa...eachevenlhgiand ..ascer- -sm-
Mme. >
;. ..: ::11 Y. .ou'need at' 1/' :.0-.. taln what vegetables,',meats eto., -' : : E.SON
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'A" Miss Dorothy Devoe' of Marathonis wiltibe In the market"tho lollo"lagmorl .
/ the house guest of Miss Edna lnc", and will Al.qkeep an eye
: Fulford at her home on Simonton 'to reduction In prices In .
open any
m- street. -- 'I. any of'the staple foods., '- ( ( .

Reduced fticesJL i "Among- tho passengers to .Tampa ..'Today's Menu I ..\,,
i on the Olivette last night wore W. "DJoeakfaatKey
M. Ferrlll; '.\.. 0 Gulden And. R. 'T.Jollle woat.MorningJourna) I
[n Jr. .. ,Frult'-, -
IL.JJ --e- 'CerealScrambled -. Ay1=
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, I IIpys For Rent-6 room house with Eggs
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: bath, fully farnlvhed. Parlor 3'bed- Parkerhouse Rolls i
rooms, dining kitchen and Coffee 1t ,
room
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....... ..... ...... .. ... ............. bath. Apply to W. F.Sawyer,.. 93 ,Tomato Dinner Soup' ,
Duval Street. tf
Roast Beef S 1 I
.I E. M. Love -0-representative of tho Mashed Potatoes Boot salad A'I
I. : AND Studebaker E. M. F. automobileswas Apple PIle f J /
:1 a passenger to'Tampa last night Iced Tea -a J
I : I on the Ollvotte. Supper tff o9t7Q l) t lf[ Q71Tla

i i -oWantedFurniahed- room in the Vegelabte Cold Tongue Salad ,

; t downtown section of tho city. (Private Toast
EVERY family proferred) Address R. Iced Tea. or Chocolate . :n.err'1: ave 'it cus1.
- care. of Key West, Journal. 16-3t Cakes VE
, , -0- In the Market Today leave
.ft.. .. + .,Luke Smith, an attendant from the The,i Monroe.Market which Is sit our store
insane asylum at Cbattaboochoe left uated on Fleming street near the
last night with'' patient- Abram cerner'of Duval Is offering a nice .Mfith. ifhes remark that he cannot be
Brady, who has been confined In the I I line of fresh vegetables this morning

DAY i county jail.. -a- 1 I I:I consisting, turnips of, cabbages beets, carrots, sweet and Ber-peppers q&fcdl; |n>< ;a STETSON ,hat.. Thisjsxjue

/ j Mr. Laura ParfUh. who conducted muda onions. With the exception '
. a rooming house In the buIlding of the onions, those vegetables were ; \thrce tHingp style, price' and ualftyXKe ,
i ; i 1 which was burned on Duval street a all received yesterday, and are abso- T
: : "Stetson"thatislthe..standard/ forstyle. $d
j' That you loie on account sickness short time ago, left last night on the lutely fresh. This market deals 'exclusively .
Olivette for In Florida fresh meats, best and! She pies }
means money to you.: You can Tampa.0- which selUfrom.ten to fifteen cents a qpality 'fs; |hej ;right'JiS
:: Mrs'A. Bates Curry, and little cheaper than ,
pound
the. be sure toselect t'.Stetson"hat here
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Miss Lamar Louise Curry left last but Is preferred by many of best
; .... not afford to be, sick--but. you cm night on tho Olivette for'To.mpaAln eooks. Telephone orders to No. 411 .
i route' to Wllliston Fla., .where they Wm. E. Roberts., tho down-town ,
afford, to buy drugs at, this DrugStore win visit for a time. grocer; ha received his first _aipment .Dorothy Dodd Walk-Ortt;
-0- 'from Cuba, :
I. of alligator pears
.; andlour Drugs prevent sickness Registered at the .Jefferson\ last and Is retailing'them at 1 for 15c; He ;Shoes"for; . J Shoes forladles
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Davis 1... B.
night were R." XX ; andA what, 'be .
: .: 1 i , .,4 <" II' .... .,.'. ... ,,,:t Atlanta Railroad,, '',Jacksonville, .; .E,.:M.pLovo'" and;, ts the also last selling watermelons' willprobablr of tho,)e on ',,,', ,' .... "' .., "I'' ... ...'', .' .' .. -, "",, ,- '.Men. ,):'
I : Miami :
; .' : "t'"SO and 31ce Mr'Roberts always ;
; I '\\a .F() ". X fE,, : &i' ( !Ht\ 'Wl.jM.! : W t te.Mtamt', ::11 $.z l'- ,,: + tl4 ry'
1,1: ; "' : !> l., oarries.tout{ line of'fctaplotfoods(: n'i' lM.s t ? (JA \ .'

t. { \\ $ NJ'i'fi'; ; 'Ii t!. ..; i.rt! : ;_ J:.j; i, 19"j': . !1, .;. ,4t".f. :..ii ." :,.tlrt.... art Wn: '"4att Tery S'reasonable<>''outltilbneJ'(1IOem6't.Jp' 'hU't>rteo!} beAts JUST 1 : RECBVEQ-rairstyies/, 'f/; ,sSPesj; alHeallier!,.'_ Come In.andmaWi'iiiiFseJectJon !:... .

t. Ljl : :! ;,,;}: ; O : JQ. tllzabetlistreiils: ; I iiorf"a'utom: spent bU.,' n.-.1ookln here. and OTer *dni"/t'Ordors'.alwayW''ra-' : $3 t)0) !$ ; $4,00 $ '"
;. j the situation. |n ceive':prompt: attentionwhether:: .tele. ; ::. l ;,: .. ,:, ,5vQ/,/:;' 4,50attd'S04? =!
<
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'," <:? " 1til yf i'ti' (. ,' 1.. ,.'. . '. deciding. tome one .to act aa locaf phoned"or delivered .personally- ,
'\'<, i' :," I, ,lM1NtNfWelAli" . lNbitiH,, .!,,.'..'.,".. ..'....'.. ..........."..".......'.. agent>for..the',E.J.r(.,F i-"can. The' Parkorbouec'rolls'and: ; the apple ..' .... . ', ,.1";H ,v '_ : '" C,';'" " '" ,.0 '
.,-40'; ;J.4-:; ,-, -'; I{ : ; I1'401 'last ..pte' mentioned In 'th6 today's . . . .-. . . . *. . . . r
.
51t v,,, : .h- 1 ----:- . -;r.i" ""' Lost-A_ ttny,_ lade| > '
; : -.T- '- may ha1 had"at'. ; Wllder'a'City' "
, } Thursday 'faces Astor: menu : +
p nigbt..Open ; .

" The 'Key West ,Furniture Co: onlt movement In ;Inltla and),,baa epace rosl*)Small enameled'D'leengraved. bakery A. ,new. butcher. shop, f",*on' Caroline. Duval H, : .>PALMSEACH, CLOTHED. ..:! ..,; .
Ibo corner of .
near .
.
; '
street .
returned to
; Reward i|, ,, and . .I" ',.
Journal offlcc.: IT-St was opened several- days ago ; .. ,* .. ,.'",'
will be a verybandy'market. for the I
"""'0-
\ Asks the following ,Questions: Service at Holy Innocents church down Inspection vtown of residents.the 'premises'thorough showed it Wash' Suits : -

*\r will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clockby to 'be scrupulously clean and 'offering .
Rev. C. T. Stout. It ts hoped that '
1. Do' need Bamboo ?' a nice lino of limo ked and fresh
I you a porch screen there will be a large attendance of .
# the congregation and friends. meats. I
...f 2. Do you need an extra Mosquito bar ?. -- Caroline The fruit and stand Duval at streets the corner received of .
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons enter .
f r 3. Do you need, an extra porch chair or two ? talned at cards last night at the bar-Refreshments beans fresh shipments Georgia peaches/ of ,green''Iweet'pep string- JUST THE.; THING FOR
racks. whist being the gamo.
alll.
and a-
> $$ 4. Did you know that we are headquarters! for every- wore served and the oven- pers tor pears, okra yesterday.; cantaloupes In addition ;to ;

: lug was altogether a most delightful received yesterday the THIS WEATHER .
t'I" ; j/, '. ,,: ;' tiling in tho furniture line ?1- ene. the proprietors shipments are offeringlimes, lem- .'
-0-
r watermelons, ;: .
one apples oranges
f FOH
: -i:"' __.. ::_. 'i' It, matters not.vhat'it is, Fine quality. of SALE.sours .sod. Pur.tlculaurly musk. melons Heretofore, Irish. this and stand sweet has potatoes had- l 1y
'" ,11J suitable! for the top dressing *
: ' and sidewalks. Has been no delivery but limited service was Price $8.00
.: l we have it, at prices and of approved by the city Inspected engine- Installed will yesterday.be delivered In the within future seven orders

eer. The! Porter Dock Co. ft-SO tf '
that defy competition.KeyWest -oGeo. blocks of the stand.Telephone' orders, .n..,.r ,r nnrww... n,,..,n.n, .nrv
'1' : to No.: 6111.-Adv"
: L. Harris And C. D. Bush I
J : who have been in the city several .. -- --. .......-
-- --
-
days of the merits of Bagdad
telling

..., , Furniture Company.. and.selling MIami.Comet somo tobaccos of .It, left, and last Incidentally"night for. ..6h.- .r A W. W W. ,6urueil! [ A. WOLKOW KY I .;r

'
-
- Sri. Ring,, and Mils Her Hippy
: Goo. Robinson, secretary)' of the I
'i I 700 Duval St. Key West Cigar Factory. left 'last

"f'' ;\ '" ...... ter". night on the Mallory<< steamer Sabine r Refiable Mdse. Di&ributor. .
" 9fix r . .-- for New York whera he will spend
. Ir; 1 .. ..........t.....".................................. about two weeks on business" connected -

1; : ( : i. ," .' .' .. ,e ,with his factory., . . ... ru..4iiaiii iiiiiiiiii >
w
.
: Furnished apartments--o-- for .rent.Apply ." "------:
rFU.RNITURE: \ I : to F. R. Hayes 80S,.Eaton. st 'THE; -- '

: ', '.. :: DEALER: .: Utf..' ,.0-' L. A.;. GreauxWATCHMAKER '

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: j I FOR 8ALW. COFFEE SHOP A ''JEVTELEBvuno
... ,: i. VVe : the Fine quality of nolle land. Parr \ , ," '!l 187TU
., ::beg to announce to public, "
S
...
..
,
dress. 1'
:
tlcnlanrly suitable for the top N1dfa1 4oUcaU: watckts
,I' ;;: ;j 1 . Reductions in lug of sidewalks. Has been Inspect :Comer. of Greene: &. Fitspatriokb Jewel -

I.,': .:':,::' ;, ,.. ,. ... Refrigerators v Ice Cream Freezers .' ed antI approved by the city. engineer the boat place to rt Clean, Ooffecu' t iSa4 Work dons Kwratl. aal rltk

: ":.: ;.' ;ij. + Filters, >s "q: Porch Shades; .. ,. The' Porter, -0-Dock Co., O-SO. tf There. la.nothing that.gives .1 Uitooolate, daodwtobea, Vow Milk I esUsfantoa.N::: DWAL ST.

; f i, r Lan-Swingce-Crdam-Freezers.__ 3' IJeJLtrtyof :young men wore the
; ?'. one so much i pleasure a* i and ,
/ : \:' Porch Swimge! kvWater> ...Coolers, In ewimming, last Sunday;'ar-ilglrt; wearing' ''Of a"W.GUARANTEED ..;-Tg --"*.- -i 1:5: o!r a __x >>. a ,_I

:'r,"{1"t i. :t:,-jv, 4} ." \ e. 'i\:HammocksCpuch; : .' ,. effort started to, and separate Amando'the Oallndo combatants In an first place.a ring RING., is attractive,'Jn the O -' 0 .-:'-"O Dket, ITXeii wit;

.t.i )(:;" \ .r :4' :i' '; ., The:Season :is" an1ng' ,.J1dif,: :posslbte':' had ,his middle finger brokon. ,Mr.Oallndo ,causes ;much admiration ana' Morales': ,
.
'' : $ tWi8b.r.'tQ' \'lines who llve on Southard street always ':Indicates prosperity. E.' & Co: ".
:. ( .; e.dQ'b' ; : ceviylthese "fHkl '
; '
Is suff from 'the in- ; DENTIST
.. ;y ; *ring considerably. If you'are;,.not'wearing '. '
'
,; ... , rouqbbe1'III. t i.r. .v t e.1, f't- 1 .... ,
: { . ...... : .- rJ'' .v'. ,Wk ,W. GUARANTEED, CROWN ft
la BRIDGE
\ ,
: I. GOLD WORK
'I' J'
;to 'rl"c.ft"' s. Yrec "
:' EtlsIN1SS I RING, let me suggest that 70ur:1',
) ; t! 'Alva wEx I ,' "Journal Ii I of:' a : "A. Sp.oldts'Offioe .
,' I" 'i\' f'I' \ ;rA Jr 40r. < The- apt next: gift to yourself be one'of.
:; : : : Hoars: 8.30 to2.20 5.0C:
u
. :
schedule" Portland Oregon
from ,,,, ,
,', ? these famous"ring.'that are
.
.
', ,,.:.. 't.:."'..;. :{:, '' ";,.J.j-g'fo.;; ,;'{(,!.f'f. ,tl''JiFRIGI'PIOPI.ET.Q' '. .. _BUY'. I. ' ". showing 'the' formation .of. '" the' big made so well that they, .can bguaranteed. GASCiONE Offioq. ever Ottoo> Drug etcN
.. '
v i. < .i }: :. %_/ ,. ; \QJI'JOM RS. : Interesting to' people':of c"'this, city to :. rW.: ,W.,,W. RINGS. can ,be _r "

)f /. ". ; . .,..,,, ..., ..-.,..j'i4: .I. .f"1.,,"" . .\ ....\ .. ..,.. .. -:>.'., >:........, : learn that Hon. ;J,' B.:' Browne< of Key 1 ,,had.]In"tboulanda''ot' different Stoves 'ano ;Ranges\ ''All' '. -l'
J 'f '
." oyo i:!,: >\ ,. .''.:":,;. tT' : ;"''\ '.1 .:() ,,". West,tall of' Lodge.the Chief!No.-Mnhal.d\lrlni'551 'wai lou'tbe theo > ,'''each styles one-all guaranteed.My popularly.\','.'priced-. .v*,*,*., ,"''l :(,: J Bide: ,will Paoi'O4L9,'j ;
f. tr "e .
E" receiver at the s
;4 i. ( \\oj .,;'. ;" "HOM'1fS {oJEE'DI' '/ fr
, :':.. ,' .,,,., ; '. \ ., ., ..-, ... rade'I. : \ ; 1" ":- stock. o.jthese* famous' SizesS flee of ,the City Clerk.,until 7...,, ,
." ."l ''' ....., : .III/,'" .",J. .. ._\,... ., ,,, ,,.,. ", ..' ..',- .'' ; .. . .j., o Th'e"Pensac'ola';'r; :Journal; f -JoIn.' ,:ringsIs,, complete and..l">woa.d. :." ; .clock' p. m. Thursday,7uaegta :,t
1 Is Us : to' .
; v' Jike: ,an opportunity. snoifj; '}' \ .. 11111. for the lease ot '"t'otroD.fa INKl
o level', Pto'stir" up''tome', enthusiasm then>A t. I : "VI Streets; at North f I fit *
Brosi ";
: { + ;r ) ,: ;jtjGo\ i{ i;: Rlual : In Weet'Florlda' for I the wiptryDarla '' ;, Wt'etif12 ; Bath House panoMfl. Reach.' ..<;: >.
; IE IYISIONST
. ;' > .t r +eY o { businessJust. ,;,M ,our The' i jamoud ,} .. ..t '" ', <+t., ,.....,;)$' t.The City '
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