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Title: Key West Citizen
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Language: English
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Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: April 3, 1917
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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24-HOUR


THE


WIRE NEWS REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


KEY


WEST


CITIZEN


VOLUME XXXVIII. No. 12.


KEY WEST, FLORIDA, TUESDAY,, APRIL 8, 1917.


PRICE FIVE CFNTS


WAR


RESOLUTIONS


INTRODUCED


N


HOUSE


AND


SENATE


AGITATORS


IN SPAIN


erred to Committees ARMED AMERICAN MERCHANT

on For n Relations SHIP SUNK BY A SUBMARINE


IDENT ASKS UNLIMITED Lieutenant Fuller and 12
D-~mdt~tbf -f~tma"DS fte Liuen n Fuller and 12.~


' D ESUEBY RT NU OCS E CRUOSE R


Asociatd Press)
TO'ING ERNMANTO1U RNwor, .XAp "rir l-Am-
erican steamship Aztec, the first
armed American merchant ship to
Fo. r ces.. te sail from an American port has be
La Follette Forces Senate sunk by a German submarine.
1 The Aztec carried two five inch
Delay Action Until Tomorrow near an island off red at night
._ She carried a crew of thirty-nine,
sixteen of whom were Americans;
II Ilsome were rescued while others are
lmnissing and are probably lost. She
DELAYED IN HOUSEACCOUNTarrie cargo of foodstuffs an
supplies valued at a half million dol-
OF LACK OF ORGANIZATION OF "s;" l
T Ear' 0t0 Ir BLUE JACKETS U.S.N. ABOARD.
(BynAssociated Press)
FOREIGN A FAMIashngton, D. C., April 3.-The
French admiralty dispatches to the l
.... --- ---- French Pmla;ssy here, in announcing:
THE WAlR SITUATION of the ruthless and wanton destrue-- the jinkin of ihc American freight-
AS IT STANDS TOD)AY. tion of the lives of innocent non- er Azte! said that Lieutenant Fuller
combatant men, women and children. and tw,.ie American blue jackets ,
At eight o'clock lhst night Presi- tat Grmany war aboard the Aztec were saved, but,
Mint Wiison addressed a joint ses. ma n a that eleven others of the crew were 1
elon of Congress, asking that Con- against all nations and all man missing.
dei of Care asking that Co kin. Tae President said that we The message asserted that the I
gress decre a state o war ex- ha noquarrel wth the German Aztec was torpedoed without warning
sting between the United States and ... u... ,.el th ..........t.a ain.d that the explosion of tho tor- 1
Germany. people, but held for tlhm yat y pedn emitted heavy as fumes i
The Joint -session then adj.ournedi id friendship nd declared that they Administration off cials last night Il
The Hoint an Sen adourn had not bepn consulted by the rulersa aid that the incident would in no1
and the House and Senate met in tthe eMpire. The President in his way affect the arming of other nmr-.
separate session, when identical bills, address said that Germ.an's spies chantmen.
granting the things asked by the nd int hd h Secretary of the Nav Daniels de, l
Prdident, were intr nd trigue had eovned him that llned to make publie the names of
ede t wore Introduced In both the D PrAsWT iCaa P5-o d o h, o
hau . and vfq k.t ..o 40W!M



Iar exists sme f ae bs e p(erid l of thgi Anlldean t rmat r i
sdjourod to Inset at pj t a n ofm.


'ette to p11 ts tofAe I tt e st f 3a. I n VOR is SIN8
-relite -at Aeo dde -l horth l er h*theral d-b t--* ae o
tomorrow mt noa e ter th rely u heavy storm when the ship w
ads repoW forl tt DRAMATIC PERIODS IN h or har 06
rawltion delaring that a state of ADDRESS BROUGHT P1ORTH. rom Par* i that nineta n n rer

lotte to the passage 4! the bill the a h IOwarn have been landed, andt ta
SMeto at I M v. eAe adjourns until woleheard applaud r we when he their r us dodbtft because of I
t0VMrro wIMM nIDI asul "WIN enter W war only beuse- heavy as storm when the ship milt
On account of the HOus foreign we have been forced into It, 4usee struck.
comemitt not havingcompletedl itswe have no other msaas of A4*
organisation the Home adjourned ing our rights "' lr l lir
shortly after the noon hour until to- Right is moe precious than pes.- l
morrow morning. Wh shall fight for things always ill
It is expected that the House and carried nearest our hearts. Demo-, Lill )
Senate will pass the declaration of Cracy and right for those who sub-
war before adjourning Wednesday. mit to authority to have a voice' in
It is generally conceded that the their own government." IL 3U fl I l
country is really at war and Presi- "'Steadfast concert for peace never r
dent Wilson summoned the Cabinet can be maintained except by partner- I 31 II l_
to meet this afternoon in war sea- ship of Democratic nations." ... F6
Sion. "No autocratic government can be
-By Ptrusted to keep faith within it." (By AfoclIted Press)
(By Associated Press) "Only free people can hold their Berlin, Ger B y, Aril 8.-The
Washington, D. C, April 3.-The purpose and honor steady to common proposal of Copnt von Czornin, Aus-
consideration of the war resolution Ia end." tWan foreig,- minister, that a peace
the Senate was forred'over until to- Afterw sying that the lIn :ed Stantp conference be held without requir-
iprrow on objections offered by should extend ilbeail c-o.i s to the In t e essation of hosti the lit, ap-
Senator LaFolette. It passage han Aillis the Prcdent said: iall te Centr alovernmon.i,
I'een delayed In the Rouse owing tor "This step would involve the amobil-
the lack of organization of the Houe nation of *Il our resources and "the -
foreign affairs oonumltte. q tuipment, of the nary aptil Ink applhuse rare several of.
It is expected to coate u;; ir action givlug it the moas to fight hp thi s Dtort who w. -d the pa-
In both Houses tomoro.., Ijmiw esu." age orf th -armed asti mMe by Mill at
SENATE COMLI'?TE t l t t the rotiuve. prompt-, the la iess of OfW1. SM
WILL VftN poAkydALA n M thq United d thtes ont 111 VI t.- w .SFu wlt* Iat with hi. aita
The Senate, foreign riatlow co wn saidr *To ch a taK we ese ta w:e'. vord d stood
iott.e this mornIng approved the *4-id,.IM our IM T anad fort, frotm the rest, te e sat
uhaalsrat4ea estiades46darint that hgthat we are, and 7 eve fw1th ria h i k N< and did net
a state of war exd .X* th the ,"t W as that e, 0 with ofe dW me't. e .'
tamo.oi,, si oducewboth p I lIwS to >siom d eemmittee, in a
b"t aight. er -4 b aloo ad h uht f!r4en r des a e: mls
The iompdtte vote was Ma th gai t w .he Art I e ah the only qation now
NMus, except Siator stone Te1v* ZAnd ,I.. a thU pese co0utr, winU g4 into it
against it, and Senate orsah was ir0sre<, Gre4 l"tplag tes 2
b t he can do as ether." !( DeiDse ..pulean, d*e
. ( *I THlUNDEROULY, APPLAUDED. i t aglflent addre and'
(By Assoeiated Press) In Wahh4gtm D. C, April 3.- at d that i a sibl P. h p.,
President Wie.n'. address before the G uma in Ameriea WId be atrn- Dteli the *t th President
joint session of Congress asked. that ly reoresal wl ta look for did t t ha thekAste, the first
Cogresw recognize and deal with disloyalty only from t lawless sad Iarmed Ap*rean seatiatman to
Gemoany's warfare on America by the maligasnt tfew. leom In edkt at with a hbmarlne,
diclutag that a state of war exists. The dramatle parts 1t his address had beenotopedeWo ad s* ik.
He ua"d the immediate' ralaing of wre thunderouely appnided by the, Senatore Smoaeeo, of Utah, Republ.
an army of 50000 avn by universal mise and the gallEe ludl, fle leader, assrted that the
military service. The President said the SuRenme Court J le, led by woulM Wmt with the ap.
that war with Germany, would in. CMhi JiticL Whit*, who smiled and p aita of Amtican teomle dl woe
volve the substantial co-opelation of clapped his hands. t united b bal of the pa@
the United States with the other na- COPIES SENT TO GEBMANY. I ta carrying out the program.
tiona now at war with Germany, in-I The Presldent'a dras was *et :Sator Cha rlaln, chairman 4
hluding liberal financial credits. He in faull' to German y a Gerat9 mlltsty aoitttas, said that
declared that America's motive now, news agency for ,pblleation there, oplnl6n the amssage xpee
and always is, to vindicate the prin- anu a fail copy sheo wat to Enit*. C@ sentinent ofithe great aues d
ciples of eaee and justice against [and. 'l Ameeslt s.Ple. None 'of th.
the sefish and autocracy power and The address provoked, the greatest twelve senate who opposMed tt
said that he was not thinking of the entuiauiasm that the President has passage of tl r'md. nautraMty bI
imr, is' loss of property Involved by ever called forth In his speeches to at the last s s p1 Congress .ad
Getnaiay's submarine activities, but Congress. The onty one not join- any mwMat '4 jie ssage. .


RECOMMENDS ENORMOUS


S IMPROVEMENTSFORl K. W,

If Adopted, Appropriation
of Five Million Necessary


ARE REALLY

AT WAR WITH


'ear-Admiral John R. Edwards,
United States Navy, retired, in an
illuminating report of about 50,000
words made to the, Conmmission on
Navy-yards and Naval Stations, di-
cussess the subject of "Naval Bases."
This report, dated at Bristol, R. I.
December 28, 1916 has now be**
made public, and that portion that
refers to Key West follows:


The development at Key West of
. ... 1i one of the most extensive submarine
Sr I A L I i and destroyer bases that we should
It p I III I Ipossess ought to be commenced with-
nr l l l/rl I I out dtla, so that as far as it would
n11L UnI LLU A IY/ be possible to effect such purpose
the efficient patrol and control of
S--- the Strait of Florida could be as-
(By Associated Press) (By Associated Press) sued. It ought to be evident, in the
Madrid, Spain, April 3.-The Washington, D. C., April 3.-The light of what has been witnessed of
strong measures adopted by the United States is really at war with late, that even a single hostile de-
Spanish Government have checked the German, empire todai awaiting stroyer or subma ine that might en-
the widespread agitation which had only the formal recognition by Con- ter tihe (ulf of N- .!;o could do morn
sieinted 1i distinct ivolutionar-' as- Sgre*s. injury to commerce, as measured
pe3l. Every agency of the government from a financial standpoint, than
The troubles were based on the is moving to guard the nation would be involved in the establish-
manifest from the heads of labor or- against the German government, ment of an important base for tor-
ganizations attacking the present which President W1lson, in his ad- pedo craft at Key West.
form of government and announcing dress to Congress, characterized at The problem of the efficient patrol
a general strike. High pieces and the "natural foe to liberty."_ and complete control of the Strait of
the scarcity of food and coal are be- The Cabinet has been called to Florida is not easy of solution. Sev-
loved to have been responsible for meet in war session. eral flotillas of submarines and de-
h ac f the labor organization stroyers would be required to effi-
he agitators have been imprisoned clontly perform such service. It
and martial law declared. shouldbe emembered that though
lawI the width of this Strait nearly
IDENTICAL B LLS IN ULIIIIIflU h ti that of' the K 4o
HOUSE AND SNAT . oer, and- that, although soreas af
-I 'I i' kato bato l er* operating in
Pres s)_, A .., Pb PONUVI TCnD the latter channel, rm.,erous German
ar tAi A at.ed sis snl sbmarinenos hav to seise a tharri ean
S a of scout vessels constantly operating
Swar against the rman v- By AssociatPd P s) er


Ssuesfl conclusion. Senator ta Charles von Kleist, of Hoboken, p uh aet to a i
ernantnilard to bring the conflict to Afew Tork, N. Y., April 8.-Cap- It, wem, be foolh ayto.
Stone oDas ed the bill being referred chemist, and Karl Schmidt, Ernest much more difficult task of capture.
to the = uylg affairs committee. Becker, Frederick Kgrbade, Wilhelm an important point on our main-
Both loqtes adjourned until.9:45 Parades, and George Praedeln, all d It fleet operating from Ea.
this mori,. m.,engineers of the Germwn steamer r "d not ne least tempera
"-, "--,,-''% Friedrick Der Grosease, were convicted base, in the Caribbean or at some
by a ury in the Federal District point on the northern coast of South
N i l Court or conspiracy to destroy Antelea, wherein Is the jusication
steamships carrying food and muni- for our expending tens 9f millions of
S ll tions from New York for the Entnte dIlars at Gu antanamo to develop
r ion eAllies by the use of incendiary permanent base? Since it would
II bombs probably be from such a seized base
SThey will be sentenced on Friday. that the effort would be made to raid
The maximum punishment is two the Gulf of lIexico, the necessity for
years in the Federal penitentiary. having submarine and destroyer bases
CO F RE C I IH l w I 0 .' at the nearest possible point to the
Strait of Florida and the Yucatan
Channel must be apparent.
However humillatin it may be to
R. U EOMING l /lLRAFAEL IMAN IULEY n us, there can be but little doubt that
.... ........ lIn certain quarters the sympathy, if
'EARLE WIL MS. IN "THE not the aid, of a portion of the na-
SCAItLET R IER" COMING \ I1 iLD L tive population of,some of the South
TO THE SAN CARLOS SCON. l lI rllllr rrI Afmerican countries would be ex-
S' I l U U11 II L' II UU I U tended the invader in the effort to
Stm o Wllims, Vita develop such a base. Key Went ought,
.Aly time l Wilams, Via- II illi therefore, to loom up gs an import-
.graph star, choosos to abutidon his I* I A IEA Uill ant point as regards its strategic
one best bot-hoeroing in the movies l I UI|91 I IIH| possibilities. Particularly by reason
'--bro ls anot.1 lucrative means of of the increased range of operation
earnlng-a lMlI A .4 to sinc rro'-fully d id efficiency- of the suLtiaria*
back upn. ,.itcan be an auto- u ght this harbor to be devdoped In-
miobile w~id. Rtthr a consulting o" aciated Press) to the Eastorn military keq to ite
,or a porfor ping one.- *, .' t, C' L., April 8. -Colonel Gulf of Mexico.
Iii the making of '"The Sarlet sd.\eil 1andulty, former governor Since we are the only na I power
1 osnnr," the hiXl. N. r."'- A, M. (A,I.t.e province, and president ,,c that, :s developing as *eWftI api-
WUjiamon er.t # N --icnt t i- n the liberal party of that provino.,,a ships wilt exclukively, usa oil a
I the screen <*t itf inf (Jarios fcemst h ,surrendere' with five lhuttdla wb
soon. He b ie a e turoils. ii m i powers to the government authodt- .f the a pipe terwlnal fac' iti of
rocks by ,..-. Hto bha e ven ties st Guantanamo. iTexa'and Mexico being crippled to
naee ga lntoo, i'e. l,".pro- The reguair forces that wee.ls4 ii of -war,, there are, imlporti
tessional *freed ot .ti in a, coun arms against the government in thifmiy'i -ar, aon? wey we should do*
,This is alt .A tbt episode 'Guantanamo district have surrey m, ltary K Na a M t '-y t r*esrvh oa.'
r*. story co&x~tha ^enturih t d also. veiratZ7. -lk fact, thisr reervi
I br e gluih.nI -iB who ia"torced General conditions in the dist". shil be ,t least oft tenfold extent
hy his ud n re arse to -, eua his are said to be greatly inuroved. tlhe oil uel itorese that has be'a
ear for publire t tha., anil in iojected for this harbor. Woald it
a s 0,o driving his CHRISTENING OF (CIILDREN. n a, therefore, very iateariall pro-
A n ntn ..-I- te the efficiency of 'th fleet to
$y a ear's cep ..rollng Osmond Cornell, infant son of Mr. 'gintain on hand at Key West a
and through autmoue study. id M Raymond Russell, and 1 t a two months' supply of oil for
Gloria Agaths, infant daughter of the Atlantic fleet? Sinee Key West
Aw kN lMr. and irs. Clayton Johnson, of Is nearer the Caribbean as wall as
RECORD DAY-A M618 William street were christened nearer all our North Atlantic ports
GRIMINAL COURTL.Rev J. L. G ftt, ptor of by 700 miles than the oil supply porta
/ i %leming Street Mfthodist Church, at of Louisiana, Texas and M.xeio, anma
the parsonage yesterday afternoon, as time and distance are important
Taw' r d for te- factors in modern warfare, we should
Today was a orerd dh for the LADIES' ORDER OF OWLS. immedIately msnake provisions whereby
Criminal Court: Til-one cases LA IE OR W our oil-fuel vessels would be enable
were disposed of and t thirty-she- ...Ao, e of the Ladies' Order in an emergency to renew their sp
ond was heard and the charged l ..member_ o t dbe resent ply at Key West instead of bei
or adjournment the dinner are eting which will be compelled to proceed 700 miles farth-
Shour. f held on Aril 5,197 at the home of or to either Texas or Mexico for such
v nc which they dd ?. Lie Corsh, Nassau street, a rgo.e facilities should not o
uilty. ontence wasy sollne on t':co m. DELLA, WATKINS be provided at Key Waest for a vas
ihese on the payne tof the cost i Recording Secretary. 'reserve of fuel oil, but likewise for a
nd in compliance, with they id in- great reserve supply of coal and am-
tructiona given them y t ,w. yNOTIC .g munition.
funt Harris in a lengthy ledIure. NOTiCU, i lto.
Jose Alvarez char' d .4 lling The Ladies' Civic' Association will (Continued on Page Thrae)
liquor without license, was and mnet tomorrow afternoon 'at the Pub. I- -- __--
the jury instructed to rendd seal- .ic Library at 4 o.locks... in Tacoma Ledger: Cook potatoes in
ed verdl t at the morning sio to.all members and those interest their skins, is an economic
Rochester Democrat hronicle are urged tobe present. en for the skinning on e waund to get pay
T1is is the open season for .German MRS. E. W. K goees w hen he is buying, puds.nder-
b~oats. t


Ref


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American Blue Jacdets Aboard


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Other Things are High

But Our Ice is Cheap

Enough for Everybody
Instead of going up until it becomes a luxury, Our ICE stays at
prices so low that everybody can use it freely and "never miss the
meuny."
You are wine when you take plenty of our Ice-when you have
enough and to spare at all times. It Is the one thing you cannot af-
ford to "skimp"--too much depends upon it.
Dy using our ice you are insuring yourself against sickness and dis-
comforts during the summer months.

CONSUMERS ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO
TELEI IHONE NUMBER 211.




A. P. JERGUSON
Blacksmith, Boilermaker and Machinist. Paricular
attention given to Marine Work. Oxygen and
Acetylene wedding: of all descriptions on short
notice,. Corner Caroline and Margaret Streets.
PIIONE- 3242.


W. D. CASH
(CCel NEt FI lC :T AND DUVAL STREETS.
Dealkr in Paints, Oils, Internatkmal Stock Food, Grain, Hay Feed
delivered free. Has in stock ard is constantly arriving Buggies, Run-
sbouts, Surreys and 1Phaetons, Spring Drays, Georgia Wagons, Delivery
ad Milk Wagons., etc.. Saddlery, lHarness, Collars, Carriage Lamps,
g~e. Also can renew parts of Carriages when broken and parts of
Rarnesa. Agent for
BUFFALO GASOLINE MOTOR CO.
ESTABLISHED 1858. TELEPHONE 1965.


J. Vining Harris
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OVER FIRST NAT'L. BANK.



ARTHUR GOMEZ
Attorney.at-Law
UPSTAIRS, 129 DUVAL ST.



Shirley C. Bott
NOTARY PUBLIC
and REAL EST'rATE
Island City Tank BIdg-Plione 7231



Choose your own Doctor
and choose your o w n
druggist. Wf carefully
compound all prescriptions
brought to us.

CURRY'S PHARMACY
COR. ELIZABETH AND
EATON STS.
PHONE 210.


RUY LOPEZ

CIGARS
Pure Havana-Hand-Made
On Sale at Retail Stores.
'- - -IB -- _. H
WOLF'S SMOKE SHOP
Ir it is Cigars--ask Mr. Wolf.
Box trade a specifity and we
solicit your mail orders.
426 Greene St.


Delicionis lnvigor,-ting
Satisfying

BRAZO FUERTS CO W
Sold by all Good Grocers
in this city. Call for
Brazo Fuerte
and take no substitute.
Roasted and packed by

Triumph Coffee Mills
Howard J. Sawyer, Prop.


FLORIDA and WEiTE4 MEATd
Prompt Delivery to all
parts of the city
MONROE MEAT MARKET
513 Fleming. Phone 411


FRED MOSS

TAILOR
Fashionable Suits Made to Order
All Kinds of First Class Work
Neatly Done. Alterations,
Cleaning and Pressing.
Ladles' Tailoring In the Prevail-
ing Modes.
419 Greene St., Key West, Fla.
TELEPHONE 1842.



VISIT
EDELMIRO MORALES
COFFEE SHOP
A delicious cup of fine flavored
toffee Is a healthful drink at all
times. That is why this popular
cafe has so much patronage.
Our brand of coffee is the best.
It goes right to the spot--it
just suits. If you love good
coffee, try ours.
Greene and Fitzpatrick.



Delicious--Refreshing
A delicious cup of fine flavored
COFFEE is a healthful drink at
alnl times. That is why everybody
who has tried our COFFEE Is a
STAR COFFEE MILL enthusiast.
512 Greene St. Phone 256.
STAR COFFEE MILLS



VICTORIA
RESTAURANT
COR. DUVAL AND
GREENE ST.
American Service.
Caters to
TOURISTS
and CITY TRADY
iSpecial tKtcLs by ,',';


PROPRIETOR


The Over Sea

Restaurant


*'A TALE OF TWO CITIES" AT T Mediine That
MONROE. SA'UltDAY. APR. 7. Try a Medicine That
Willim I" 't sin, Iin the dual role Value
haf ('1Iia 1 mr.ay and Sidney Cat-e
ton, holds one tntoe with his misuptr o I alu
p'ortray'Il of tie two characters,
ThIle lpathetic meeting of Eucie al I D)uring the entire period of time
lii fathlie n t o hi lt eIarge garret that I have been handling Dr.
The escape of iDr. Mianette f'rom Kilmer's Swamp-Root I have never
France, accompanied by his daughter heard a single complaint. My cus-
and Mr. Lorry. tomers are generally pleased with
The thrilling trial scene in (ild results obtained and speak words of
Bailey where Darney is accused of praise for the merits of the prepara-
tre daon.m ticidnent when S tion. Very truly yours,
S The dramatic incident when Sidn iGILL COMPANY, Druggists.
Carton becomes a witness in belalf Per Julian J. Gill.
ofTthe accus the tavern when Car- Sept. 29, 1916. Starkville, Miss.
ton and Darnay talk over the events
of the day. Letter to
The simple and beautiful ceremony Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
of Luide Manette's marriage to Binghamton, N. Y.
Charles Dlarnay.
The secret revolutionary meetings rov What Swamp-Root WiDo
of the terrible De Farge, the wine rove Forhat Swamp.Root Wull Do
shopkeeper, and his bloodthirsty fol- Send ten cenFts to r. Kilmer &
lowers. Send ten cents to N r. Kilmer
The stirring and breathless scenes ('o., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample
when the lastille is attacked, (I- size bottle. It will convince anyone.
lishd ic eal and the plisoter You will also receive a booklet of
olise piecemeal and the prisonersvaluable information, telling about
The reign of terror in the stre..ts the kidneys and bladder. When writ-
of Paris followinR the revolt of the ing, be sure and mention The Key
populoe'. West Daily Citizen. Regular fifty-
The Ir.miie arrest of CiTha,, ent nd o"e-dollar size bottles for
t.i V hi y the Revolutionists, and sale 't '11 ldru store.
l:is ilnc:'rc(t'',,tion in La Folrce prislni.
'1le sceine of terror and he:irt- "The women do the buying for the
ri eidlin l angnuish in Mr. I.orry''! lon.i: h.li t." If they do it advisedly, ;eep-
sI, r, \v llt' I.iu'ie loiir.ns of hetr 1111 jil i ifor)l' iedl hroiuvii' h reading the
ail' ir'i'st. iads., tlhei honimes prosper.
Th'li awe-inspiring court' roI' it
hn e w DhIrn l).rnay is; pl ('(!,| o,. j N FIRST S I.MPI'TOMS
rial for his life, n I acquitted. .'i: Ruvin" iud bie cured. lDo
!' t. h l 'on1ii nd pithnetic f'nall ni] ,,| ,wait until the heart organ is lie-
rlitilion, intterruptedl l)y l)arinY'. vy,,1I .repair. "'cI oviin i the-
.Niil i'arrtst andll imprisonment, ht.t ;t nd .etrvc tonic, 'r-ice 5(lc ani
I'he hieart-libreaking scenes in courl. ,\ i,'.. 2 I
llf'oric the Revolutionary Tril)niuil
whlt s II;''ay is seltented to deatl. The most attractive values offered'
'ls l ready bthless scene ti wheCart in the stores today are adve.'tised
sae prisoneray the dby y estitu fot th in, his newspaper. That is why these
execution ads ur important to you.
The terrible coach ride of the
fugitives when fleeing from Paris llon RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED.
their way to England and safety. I "I have used Chamberlain's Lini-
The heroic and historical sacrificee ment for pains in the che3t and lame-
of Sidney Carton as he ascends the ness of th shoulders due to rheu-
guillotine instead of Darnay. matism, and am pleased to say that
Powerful! Absorbing! Are Fo,::, it has never failed to give me prompt
Super De Luxe Features. rp' f" 'w,'tes Mrq. S. N. Finch,
S,, ,', .,' in ble a ever
. ..where, a2i


[AT WiTHOUT FEAR

OF INDIGESTION OR

SOUR, ACID SIOMACGH

Instant relief! "Pape's liagqpsin"
ends your stomach dIstre,.
Try it!
Wbnder what upset your stomach
--which portion of the food did the
damage--do you? Well, don't both-
er. If your stomach is in a revolt.;
if sick, gassy and upset, and what
you just ate has fermented and turn-
ed sour; head dizzy and aches; belch
gases and acids and oructate undi-
gested food; breath foul, tongue coat.
ed-just take a little Pape's Dlapep-
sin to help neutralize acidity and in
*five minutes you wonder what be-
came of the indige i'on and dis-,
tress.
Millions of men and women today
know that it is needless to have
dyspepsia. A little Diapepsin oc-
casionally keeps the stomach sweet-
ened and they eat their favorite
foods without fear,
If your stomach doesn't take care
of your liberal limit without rebel-
lion; if your food is a damage in-
stead of a help, remember the quick-
est, surest, most harmless relief is
Pape's Diapepsin, which costs only
fifty cents for a large case at drug
stores. It's truly wonderful-it stops
fermentation and acidity and sets
things straight, so gently and easily
that it i.-; really astonishing.
See that "he" dresses suitably. If
he is in liusiness, do1 not allow him
to handicap himself with poor clothes
without a protest from you. Keep
-posted about men's clothing.

SPE('IAL NOTICE
Foley Cathartic Tablets thorough-
ly clua.tise the bowels, remove un-s-
digested waste matter, sweeten the


Sl
t1(
n'


Serves meals at all hours.
The best is what we offer.
American and Spanishcook-
ing. The State Inspection
GOLD SEAL is there to be
seen by every one which
alone must convince of the
Cleanliness of this Particular
Restaurant. Don't make any
mistakes, but ask for the
OVER SEA Restaurant. The
place withithe GOLD SEAL
910MEleming Street


Woman know that they are penal-
ized when they purchase at a store
having a small volume of sales; and
that only advertising makes small
profits for a merchant possible.
GLAD TO LEARN OF IT
Coughs that follow La Grippe, oat
any deep-seated hacking cough, will
wear down the strongest man or
woman if allowed to continue; C.
Smith, 1421 12th St., Augusta, Ga.,
writes: "I got one 25c bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar and my cough
and cold is about w,e'l. I was glad to
learn of a great medicine like that."
Curry Pharmacy. T. T, S.

There's a good position for you-
but it's not "waiting" for you. Yab
mumtt advertise for it-m-r somebody
else will secure it.

A good many people will "move"
this spring-as always. And, as al-
ways, they will be influenced, itn
selecting the new homes, by the
classified ads.



Old Folk's

Best Friend
That's what many call it,
for it puts vim and vigor into
old stomachs; rich, red blood into
old veins; sound flesh on old bones.
Drink a giass of this delicious, digea.
tant with each meal

Shivar Ale
PURE DIGESTIVE AIOUATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Your grocer or druggist will refund
your rne.y on first dozen if you are
nut 1.lfased with results.
Bottled and guaranteed by tho cele.


.omach and tone up the liver. D) obrated onivar Mineral Spring, Shol.
ot gripie nor nauseate. Stout per- ton, S. C. If your regular dc 'cl
ins prtise Foley Cathartic Tablets cannot supply you tclep ona
,r-the lihtil, free and comfort'ibleI' Ra
.i,, tli ... lt'ig. Will nL, s ldi', MONTSALVATCE & RE ,
i) In tl- -"pill habit." Curry 'li'- *- DISTRIBUTORS FOR KEY WEST.

J .,. ..i .. 0. .



THE UNIVERSAL CAR

320,817
HAVE BEEN BUILT AND ACTUALLY DELIVERED TO RE-
TAIL BUYERS SINCE AUGUST 1, 19li.
THESE FIGURES-320,817- REPRESENT THI A CTUAI
NUMBER OF CARS MANUFACTURED BY US SINCE AUGUST
1, 191 6, AND DELIVERED BY O Ul: AGENTS TO RETAIL BUY-
'RilfIP UNUSUAL FALL AND WINTER DEMAND FOR FORD
CARS I.AKES IT NECESSARY FOR US TO CONFINE THE
DISTRIBUTION OF CARS TO THOSE AGENTS ONLY WHO
HAVE ORDERS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY TO RETAIL CUS-
TOMERS, RATHER THAN TO PERMIT ANY AGENT TO STOCK
CARS IN ANTICIPATION OF LATERII SPRING SALES.
WE ARE ISTIUING THIS NOTICE TO INTENDING BUYERS
THAT THEY MAY PROTECT TII NMSELVES AGAINST DELAY
OIL DISAPPOINTMENT IN SECURING FORD CARS. IF, THERE.
FORE, YOU ARE PLANNING TO PURCHASE A FORD CAR, WE
ADVISE YOU TO PLACE YOUR ORDER AND TAKE DELIVERY
NOW. IMMEDIATE ORDERS W LL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
DELAY IN BUYING AT THIS TIME MAY CAUSE YOU TO
WAIT SEVERAL MONTHS.
ENTER YOUR ORDER TODAY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
WITH ANY OF THE AUTHORIZED FORD AGENTS LISTED BE.
LOW AND DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED LATER ON.
PRICES: RUNABOUTS $845; ,'OURING CAR $8, COUPELET
$506, TOWN CAR SIN, 8BDAN $645, F. 0.B. Dl lTr.


SUMMER SCHEDULE NO 63
SEASON 1917

HAVANA, PORT TAMPA, KBY WEST

Peninsular & Occidental S. S. Company
United States Fast Mail Routes for
KEY WEST, CUBA, AND THE WEST INDIES
Via Port Tampa and Key Wkst, Fla.
Proposed sailingps i effect on dates shown. Subject to change, cancel-
lation or individual postponement without notice.

Key West-Havana LiUne (Direct)
Effective March 29, 1917
Steamships "Olivette," "Miami" and "Mascotte"
Lv. Key West daily, except Sunday-...--.......-----------....8:80 A. M.
Ar. Havana daily, except Sundy-..........--------------i:80 P. IL
Lv. Havana daily, except Sunday.----------------------...9:80 A. M.
Ar. Key West daily, except Sunday----------------------5:30 P. M.
Steamship "Olivette" leaves Key West Mondays and Fridays. Steam-
ship "Mascotte" leaves Key West Wednesdays.
Steamship "Miami" leaves Key West Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday.
Port Tampa-Key West-Havana line
Effective March 29, 1917
Steamship "Olivette"
Lv. Port Tampa, Sundays, Thursdays -----.-------------3:00 P. M.
Ar. Key Weost, Mondays, Fridays ..... .. 7:00 A. M.
Lv. Key West, Mondays, Fridays .. .. .. A. M.
Av. Havana, Mondays, Fridays .--------.---------------1.. 5):;30 P. M.
Ly. Havana, Tuesdays, Saturdays------------.-.- ... 9:(30 A. M.
Ar. Key West, Tuesdays, Saturdays ..-.- ... 5:30 P. M.
Lv. Key West, Tuesdays, Saturdays .........7:00 M.
Ar. Port Tampa, Wednesday, Sundays-- .-..----- 11.. 00 A. M.

Above hours are based on 90th Meridian Standi;' iiic.
Information regarding freight and passenger rates to all points
in the United States, Cuba or th. West Indies, cheerfully furnished
upon application.
P. J. SAUNDERS, T. IN. BENSEL,
Manager. A. G. F. & P. A.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
This abrogates previous notice. March 15th, 1917.



FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAV
FLAGLER SYSTEM
Effective January 4, trains will arrive and depart
from Key West as follow,:
Arrive..8:00 a. m. and 6:2o p. m.
Depart.-8:20 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.
These trains will run on Sundays as on other days.
J. D. RAHNER
General Passenger Agent.1



I Tai-e the Ocean Route

S New York $ 5490
Rt found Trip
D a't miss the experience of seeing this wonder-city. Visit its
,: tlheatrt-s, its brilliant Fifth Avenue, its fascinating stores '.ad
S uem:'. nd art galleries. Meals and berth included in the
,'%. Uacelled steamship service to


?', ..--V YORK


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THE NEW AMERICAN
OPTICAL CO.
REPRESENTATIVE
DR. PELAYO LASA


TAMPA


MOBILE


Sailing for New York Tuesdays and
friday. for Tampa and Mobile Wednes-
days. Tampa Fridays ad Mobile Sundays.
Express Service to New York every
Tuesday and to Galveston every Sunday.
Prompt dispatch and proper handling Mt
freights, with ihiough bills of lading aau
lowest rates.
For paisenger and freight rates, t flck
and full information apply to
JAMES L. RISK, Agent
MALLORY STEAMSHIP CO.
Key West, Florida.


Tailor Shop
of A. C. RODRIGUEZ
928 Division St.
Presing Suits to Order, Mending
and Cleaning.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.

ORIENTAL PHARMACY
Emio Ro .e o, Prop.
1000 Duval street, corner of Division.

HE BEST AFLOAT-OR ASHORE
WiE BEST AFLOAT OR ASHORE


Examine Your Eyes With A
SPECIALIST
and it mignt be very iir
portant to you.
Office in the Drug Store of
Benigao Roque Diaz
DUVAL AND PETRONIA


Key West, Fla


Phone 7221


ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.

All persona, corporations or firms,
wning property, whether real or
personal, subject to taxation by the
Mty ef Key West, are hereby re-
uired to make returns of the same
before the first day of April 1917.
Blanks for this purpose can be had
17 calling at the City Hall.
WILLIAM A. CAREY,
My Tax Asesor.
W f to M & 117.


GAITI'S

SHAVING PARLOR
(Net Boeid Jeffesrso.)
LADIMS HBAMPOOINO.
Shampooing, hair dro taf
Massage and aanles.ag. Lady Li
GAarPROP
J. GAITI, PROP


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rnnERM M inS the Government, is the logical base erminent extend for miles to the east- of a submarine and destroyer base, 100 miles. With an aero fleet oper- 'have thoroughly familiarized thea.
for such development. It is upon ward and northward of Fleming Key, in the establishment upon Fleming eating from Key West, the southern selves with meteorological conditions
Man-of-War Harbor, and at a com- the excavated material obtained from Key of a vast storage facilities for coast of Cuba as well as Nassau could existing in the vicinity of the Strav
ORM O S paratively moderate expenditure an the dredging of the channel and thelfuel and ammunition and in develop- be reached within a few hours, and in of Florida and the Yucatan Chau
extopsion of the East Florida Rail- construction of the projected basins ing this station as a great supply time of war those points might be of nel?
way could be made to this Key. As could be utilized in extending the base would mean more to national strategic importance, at least as re-
E OR _VMO some of our modern colliers and tank- area of this important island. The preparedness than the construction gards the operation of destroyers and
ers now draw over 28 feet of water, failure to develop the military possi-,of a scout, and the cost of such ves. submarines. CONSTIPATION
the channel between Fleming Key and abilities of Fleming Key seems in- gel would probably exceed the ex- The destruction of the jetties at AND INDIG. TK.
the sea should be dredged for its en- explicable. ipeiditure essential to make Key West the mouth of the Mississippi River INDIGESTIOa.
tire length to a depth of at least 321 The development that should be ef- an impregnable submarine base. would be a calamity only once re- ----
(Continued from Page One) foot. The channel should be widen-fected at Key West js in many re- The development at Key West of a moved in importance from the de- These are twin evils. Persons si
ed where necessary to a width of at aspects a problem unto itself, since great aero base for the reconnaissance struction of the canal, and is it not, ferig from Indigestion. reo aoft
Thlast 600 feet, and near Fleming Key its primary purpose should be the ef- of the Strait of Florida as well as therefore, a practical certainty that t roubled with constipation, rs. oR
Tinprtastan extesve storg fam a turning basin at least 1500 feet in ficient patrol of the Strait of Flor-I that of the Yucatan Channel is simply in time of war we should have to es ert Allison, Mattoon, Il., writes t
impo rtant and extensive storage faci- diameter should be dredged. At some ida. From no other point is it pos- :inevitable. If such work is not un- tablish a great aero base at Key West Alisonv Mattooon,Ill.,write tha
tio that th for- suitable point in the harbor a verysible to secure such control. nce dertken by the navy, under whose in connection with the efficient patrol was p great sufferer fro indi
gfeation of the harbor u houldve belarge anchorage ground for battle- the accomplishment of this purpose province it logically belongs then its and control of the Strait of Florida tion and constipation. Fooddist .
eatly elargedin Due, however, to ships should be provided. Supple- would require the services of al development will surely be taken up and the Yucatan Channel? The de- ed her and there was a dfeelingt
the exiingnaval station at Key meeting this extensive dredging there least two flotillas of submarines and 'by either the army or the coast guard fense of the Florida East Coast Rail- a heavy weihtressn o hafe lingt1
West, it would be necessary to loo should be constructed a large break- destroyers, there is, therefore, re- service. way would likewise be greatly pro- ach and chest pShe did not rest weE
els re in this harbor for the x- water for the safeanchorage o the q ed at this station either a marine ]Key West is about half the dis- moted with an aero base at this point. at night, and felt worn out a goo
tended territory that would be re- ke railway capable of handling the larg- tance between Pensacola and the fol- It is not, therefore, essential that part of the time. One bottle at
quired to contain th numerous oil auxiliary craft that wou make Key est size destroyer and submarine or lowing points: Winward Passage, there should be developed without de- Chumberlain's Tablets corrected this
tanks and storehouses that are West their rendezvous in time of else a moderate size drydock. iYucatan Channel, Santiago and lay at Key West a great aviation trouble so that she has since felt
urgently required. war. An expenditure of at least $5,000,- Jamaica. Pensacola is 600 miles from station, so that our acro experts, even like a different person. Obtainable
Fleming Key, which is owned by As the riparian rights of the Gov- 000 at Key West in the .development Havana, while Key West is less than before the approach of war, would everywhere.


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Why it is so Popular
The popularity of Heileman's Old Style Lager is due,
first of all to its pronounced individuality of taste, quality and
snappy flavor. Persons particular-accustomhed to the best are the
ones who continually insist upon having Heileman's Old Style Lager.
In the brewing of beer all prominent brewers use only the best of
materials, but it is not the material alone which produces good beer, it's the
knack of knowing how to blend the different materials to get that snappy taste
and aromatic flavor which makes Heileman's "Old Style Lager" so much different from
other beers, and caused it to be known as "the beer with a snap to it." It's always uniform.


The Package
Heileman's Old Style Lager is the bottle with the green label all
red triangle corner, reading: "None Genuine without this signature.
the corners above on bottle, only in red on a green label.)


the way around the bottle and with the
G. Heileman Brewing Co." (the same as


Crystal White Bottles
It is put up in Crystal White Bottles so that you can feast your eye as well as your stomach.

Distribution
Heileman's Old Style Lager is now on sale from coast to coast and is the most popular beer in all localities
where sold. This is best evidenced by the fact that daily local shipments are made as far west as Utah
and as far east as New York City, Washington and Boston. Why do these people order






and pay enormous transportation rates, when they can buy leading brands of beer at home, what's the reason ?
Just think this over, then try a bottle and you will know. If you don't know the name of your nearest
distributor, write us *
TRY A BOTTLE TODAY
M...M AFlWnan arewing company, La Croem,WI.,U. S. A.


Be Sure
to get the
Original and
Genuine-i-s



We caution you because ow-
ing to our wonderful success
the following brands have
been placed on the market, so
when you call for Old Style
Lager see that it's Heileman's.
Old Lager
Old Tavern Beer
Old German Lager
Old German Beer
Ok German Style Beer
O Fashioned Beer
Old Settler's Beer
Old Style Select Beer
An Old Style Lager Bear
Old Style Brew
Old Style Beer
Ye Old Lager
L |?----- I


MIGUEL DOMINGUEZ, Distributor
Duval and Olivia Streets


KEY WEST, FLORIDA .


- L&W


eliletnangf


PHONE 618











iHE KEY WEST CITIZlN
(MEMItIl-ll ASSOCIATED PRESS)
I its' Every Afternuuoon Except
Sjnda, ait 500 Greene Street,
,..y W\e, ''a,
Ct C'IZE. PUBLISHING CO.
Incorporated 1U07.
En ored as second-class matter Oc-
t ber 24, 1906, at the post-office
at Key West, Florida, under the
et of Congress of March 2,

Jo a (rT. I)urst, Editor and Manager.
Delivered by carrier, or by mail, 15
cents per week.
Advertising Rates: 15 cents perl


inch.
JL'ST THRIFT FIGURES.
(Uy W, J. Peck)
A good thrift reporter lately made
a tour of Cleveland, Detroit, Chi-
eago, and two( of the smaller New
'England cities Bridgeport and
Waterlury, ('onn. Out of his collec-
tion of otes, as yet unpublished, t he
following impressive figures, show
ing the tremendous extent of savings
in widely ,p.'ritted 'section:, iare
tal,n:
A- n hldin)' tg t the lhtte' ; available
"r ( | ) l ,: L V I I I I 21 b i k : :i ; < ,l I r u ,
< 'o nll il l itin i -s o f ( e V t. n il ] Tr 'l 'o >v e !
. t ) li (iii ( i( if h' e p o s i ': (. O n e p ;i ''-
ly s 'v in in t.il it ioni o ft l .11 '. "..
had t ;l.2 ,'0' b) l heloilgiti ', to oveUr
10',0001 i. po.-it .; A lnoiht. C'leve
lain l bank with "71,00011 avint' ;Ic-
counts is r.ceivinii fronm .;n to *400
new airc(ouii da(ly .
At the endi of iFer 'lruarty, saving
depos).its 11 ie State hank', within
the limits of the C('ity of Ch'icap)
totaled over h.nn houi This w'is
ia glain in three months of (vr ,)$5,-
S(t00,00., Another $.5,3,00,00(l0 of
saving is held by Chicago trust com-
A single i-savilgi bank in Detroit
showed an increase of depositors in
the year 1916 from 38,4i3 to .4,9109,
and a boost in savings from nearly
$13,500,000 to nearly $16,300,000.
rThat bank's gain in January, 1917,
was $750,000. In all of Detroit's
State banks (which have savings de-
posits), the thrifty increased their
store in 11i16 from about $111,000,-
000 to about $133,000,000, or a 20
per cent gain, The average deposit
is abo'lt $S3l3, as compared with
$5601 in Cleveland.
Through an intensive campaign b~)
a crew of trained thrift workers, it
Detroit savings bank within a few\
weeks secured 7,500 new depositors
and another bank recently celebrated
its first birthday by putting 5,00(
new names on its books.
The savings department of a
Waterbury, Conn., trust company
paid out on December 15, 1916, t<
8,400 members of a Christmas say
Gangs club the sum of $218,888.02.
One Bridgeport, Conn., saving.
bank showed an increase of de
posits in 1916 of $1,853,000; its nev
deposits in February, this year
were $53,000 greater than in Feb
ruary, 191().
The postmaster at Bridgeport say'
that approximately $1,000,000 is o01
deposit in the postal savings bank o:
that city, and that 50 per cent of the
depositors are Americans ( as corn
pared with about 40 per cen
throughout the country).
Thrifty citizens of lhridepor
bought, in 1916, $100,000 of post
savings bonds bearing interest at the
rate.of 2 1-2 per cent. Only 3 bond:
weie redeemed,
Straws? Regular haystacks o
thrift indication, rather!

Toledo Blade: The light of the redc
nose leads into darkness.

Detroit Press: Germany begins to
look like a good friend not to have.

Los Angeles Times: Some girl
are so worthless about home, so fa
as the housework is concerned, tha
they confine their sweeping of a roon
to a glance.

San Francisco Chronicle: Lloyd
George means to minimize the dif
ference between life in England an
life in the trenches.

Sann Francisco Chronicle; Even
crisis can keep if people can kee
their heads.
Detroit Press: Potatoes are so ex
pensive that we've started saving ou
potato chips.
Toledo Blade: Anybody may beI
come a drunkard, but it takes a ma
to quit drinking.
Galveston News: There are som
highly enterprising people who wi
no' live any place where they cannc
'get the best of it.
Toledo Blade: Zimmermann, th
l)lutter, has made ihe world curious
to know what his next blunder wi
be.
Galveston News: What has b(
come of the suspicious old miser wh
used to bury his money in the smok(
house?
D)etroit Press: Germany's favorite
decoration for home folks is the iro
cross and for neutrals the double
cro;'.
Philadelphia Ledger: "Gerard t
give Wilson inside tip on Berlin.
Events seem to show he did it month
ago.
Toledo Blade: There was nowv
any doubt about Carranza's olectior
Mexico had no California to dela
the returns.


Detroit Press: Another use ha
been found for Pa's safety razoi
Economical Ma is now peeling pota
toes with it.


in Court of County Judge, MInroe NOTICE OF MASTER'S SAL E.
County, State of Florida. I
Antonio 1). Carrasco. der and by virtue of a certain order
it Notice is hereby given, to all whom and decree of foreclosure and sale, FOR I ATIC NOW
lit nayconcern, that on the 10th made and entered on the 28th day of FL
day of September, A. 1). 1917, I March, A. I). 1917, in and by the
shall applyeto the Honorable Hugh Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judi- F 7l D I N fI
(On, Judge of said Court, as Judge cial Circuit of the State of Florida, L t I N G
of Irobate, for final discharge as in and for the Count, of Monroe, In
Administrator of the estate of An- Chancery, in a cause therein pending Is easy and interesting when
tonio 1.. Carrasco, deceased; and wherein Florelle Brown, is complain. YOU ARE CORRECTLY
that at the same time I will present ant and Sarah A. Coleman, is defend. U A CO TLY
,my final accounts as Administrator ant, in a cause of foreclosure of TAUGHT
of said estate, and ask for their ap- xSrtgage, the undersigned Special
o tr i Chancery, wl o or A EXPERTSHORTHAND

AdministratRANCISCO FLEITAtS, for cash in hand to the highest bid- It is the onl STEPPING-STONE
Administrator of the estate of An- iler, before the front door of the It is the only STEPPING-STONE
tonio D. Carrasco. mo-Fri-Om Court House of Monroe County, Flor- for any ambitious young man or
-. Ida, in the city of Key West, between woman of good habits that desires
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. the legal hours of sale on Monday to enter the BUSINESS FIELD.
.--- .the 7th day of May, A. D. 1917, the Earn a livelihood by filling a DIG-
In C Estate of following described real estate, NIFIED POSITION.
Margaret Knowles, deceased. tualoter yingand being in the Statei THE SPANISH LANGUAGE.
To L.ll Creditors, Legatcos, Distribu- of desc^riba ao s^ t It is the mat Important commnr.
tees and ad l persons having Claims On the Island of Key Weat known cial language of au other foreign
or Demands agalmnt said Estate: iia A W h' language. A commnd ot ame
You, and each of you, are hereby delineated in February, A. D. 18S means to a good stenographer
notified and required to present any as a part of Lot Three (3) in Squa DOUBLE SALARY and LESS WORK
claims and demands which you, or rty. ne ( but better known because LESS COMPETITION.
either of you, may have against the as a part of sub-division Four (4) I CORRECT ENGLISH TAUGHT
estate of Margaret' Knowles, de- according to Gordon's diagram 0o The above subject. include: Pen-
atosed, late of Monroo County, Flor- said Lot Three (3), recorded in Book manship, Grammar, Translating,
ida, to the undersigned Administra- "LD" page 384, Monroe County, Flor- Correspondence, Touch Typewriting.
trix, de bonis non of said estateda, record s These subjects are taught according
within two years from the date here- Beginning at a point on Simonton to my own methods which are the
Datdof. Street, distant one hundred and fifty SHORT CUT to SUCCESS. May I
.a.ted Mairch 28th, A. ). D ,17. (150) feet and nine (9) inches, more enable you to realize your ambition?
Aminit A)AMS, or less, from the cornier of Sionton PRIVATE AND CLASS INSTRUC-
Administratrix decbonis non, and leming streets, and running;' TION DURING THE DAY
mn28-Wed-,w thence along Simonton street, in ai OR NIGHT.
S. E'ly direction, Sixty-two (62)' OTTO L. SCHULTZ
In Circuit Court, State of Florida, feet; thence at right angles with
JElc enth Judicial Circuit, Monroe Simonton street, in a N. E'ly direc- 509 Division Street.
countyy ition, Seventy-five (75) feet; thence
IN CHANCERY. at right angles in a N. W'ly direc-1
I rancisco I'uig y Marques, ;tion Sixty-two (02) feet; thence atl
Complainant, right angles in a S. W'ly direction, MONROE CAf
vs. Seventy-five (75) feet to the place
Mtria do los Angeles Gonzales of beginning on Simonton street,
(havzex y Navarro, with its appurtenances. Quick and Polite Service


Defendant. J. F. BUSTO, I NEXT TO MONROE THEATER
It appearing by affidavit the Special Mkister in Chancwry.,
sworn bill filed in the above-stated a2-Mon-5w B .'ARB )NELL Prop
enause that M aria de los Angeles I
Con::alcz Chavcz y Navaliuto, the de- NOTICE OF INSTITUTION
fendant therein named is a non- OF SUIT BY ATTACHMENT. T | |L T E
resident of the State of Florida, and Jn the Circuit Court of the Eleventh I L L T I E M
now a resident of Havana, Cuba, and Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor- ust tell the cabman, he w
that she is over the age of twenty- ida in and for Monroe County.Just tell the cabman he will know
one year; it is therefore ordered that The Commercial National Bank of were the famous Fouth of July
said nonresident defendant be and Whshington, D. C. Cafe is located. Courteous treat-
she is hereby required to appear to vs. meant.
the bill of complaint filed in said John Mitchell, Jr. FOURTH OF JULY
cause on or before Monday, the 7th To the said John Mitchell, Jr.,
day of M'ay, A. D. 1917. otherwise 'defendant, and all other persons in- CAPE
the allegations of said bill will be terested.
*taken as confessed by said dc-! You and each of you are hereby R I T 'RS''
fenlant. notified that on the 3rd day of, I U T l I IY
It is further ordered that this or- March, 1917, plaintiff in the above n
der be published once each week for entitled cause brought suit in the Then while down our way walk
eight consecutive weeks in The Key above named court, against the said inksd enjoy the most refreshing
West Citizen, a newspaper published John Mitchell, Jr., defendant, to re- drinks. .eer unequalled in the city,
in said County and State., cover the sum of $7,500.00, claimed alwayss cold. Other mixed drinks
This March 8th, 1917. to be actually due from said defend- also.
(SEAL) D. Z. FILER, ant to said plantiff; that upo tne ISLAND CITY BAR
Clerk Circuit Court. filing of the proper affidavit and Con Greene and Elizabeth Strtp"
GEO. G. BROOKS, bond, a writ of attachment ssued Geene and Elizabeth Street
Solicitor for Complainant. against the property of said John
m9-Fri-9wks Mitchell, Jr., defendant; that inr A' M U rLB rB r O -S
obedience to the command of saidA | ULB R S
In the Circuit Court of the Eleventa Wbrit, the Sheriff of Monroe County
Judicial Circuit of the State of has levied upon and taken into his s The trictst and mwot accom.
.Florida, in and for Monroe County. possession, as the property of Mid modathig saloon in the city. Joe
IN CHANCERY. defendant, One Car load of furniture serves the coolest and one of the most
Samuel A. Hulbert, Jr., and household effects now located refreshing beers, In the right
vs. Bill for Special Reliet in Atlantic Coast Line Car No. 41404 locality.
Carrie A. Boyle, Adm'x. et al. at the Freight Yard of the Florida Front St. near Mallory
The Complainant having filed his East Coast Railway Company in Key
sworn Bill for an accounting and to West, Florida. Dock
redeem the real estate situated in' You and each of you are hereby'
the city of Key West, County of notified to appear to the bar notion;
Monroe, and State of Florida, de. and defend the same, on or before!
scribed as part of Lot 1, Square 83,the 4th day of June 1917, and there- II l ,
Tract 4, commencing at a point 152 in fail not or judgment by default'
feet 9 inches from the corner of will be entered against you. WaltrsIIn \fI0P$
Duval and Angela Streets and run-' Witness my hand and seal of said: V teI UII JSHOPS
ning thence along Angela Street in a Court this March 7th, 1917.
S.W'ly. direction 45 feet, and ex- I D. Z. FILER, For a first class job of 'Auto or
tending back at right angles in a Clerk Circuit Court Monroe County WRA gon work.
S.E'ly. direction 94 feet, 2 inches. I Florida. I ENERAL BLACKSMITHING
And among other things in said W. HUNT HARRIS, i W.% A Prep
swori Bill set forth that Carrie A. Attorney for Plaintiff. 'L i
Boyle as Administratrix cum testa- m7-Wsd-'wl'a i -.. -
mento annexo of the estate of Char- N O T | ||MFE CTY .
les Goodwin, deceased, and Carrie NOTICE OF EXBCTTrOR. ] *1* A T L.U II J
A. Boyle, in her own rtght, and Car- In Court of County Jud g, Monroe Everything to be found in a whole.
rni J. oodwin, Frank Goodw,, ICounty, State of Floria sale house can be had. Quotations
Daniel L. Goodwin, Edward S. Good 'In re Estate of always lowest. Courteous manage.
win, Jr., Charles Goodwin, Jr., Eliza- Wang Sang _ment and quick service..
bth Goodwin, Clarence Goodwin, and Notice is hereby given, to all who CHAS. -SANDERS, Manager.
John Rainey, Trustee, and the un- It may concern, that on the 1st day
known claimants, claiming under of June A. D. 1917, I shall apply to Litmley Bldo. Cor Grinell
Charles Goodwin, Sr., WIn. M. Good- the Honorable Hugh Gunn, Judge of and Divislon St.
win, and Edward S. Goodwin, al said Court, as Judge of Probate, for' and D Oe ic *t
deceased, claim some interest in said my final discharge as Executrix of
real estate; That all of said parties the estate of Wang Sang, deceased;
are over the age of 21 years; That and that at the same time'I wilp: nip||e flir Mwtt|r
their place of residence is unknown; sent my final accounts as Executrix VUUIty OUlr IMott
That there is no one in the State of said estate, and ask for their ap-
Florida, the service of a Subpoena e rovalf C AD
upon whom, would bind said defend. Dated November 28, A. D. 1916. CI ARS
ants, or either of them: VICTORIA VILLAREAL, Box trade especially solicited.
,It Is hereby ordered that the said mov29-Wed-6mo Executrix GWYNIN, MARTIN, STRAUSS
Carrie A. Boyle in her own rigat, CIGAR CO.
and Carrie A. Boyle as Adminis- Front Street, Near Depot.
tratrix cum testamento annexo ef SEE IT THIS WEEK io tr N D
the estate of Charles Goodwin, id- Rodney Owynn Mgr.
ceasAd; and Carrie J. Goodwin, SEE IT EVERY WEEK R deIIIII
Franc Goodwin, Daniel L. Goodwin,
Edward S. Goodwin Sr., Charles\
Goodwin, Jr., Elizabeth Goodwh, ,., 7 G In Circuit Court, State of Florida,
Clarence Goodwin, and John Rainey, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Monroe
Trustee, appear to the said Bill i ou nt
Complainant herein on or before the ,I ..CHANCERY.
6th day of March A. D. 1917, and : A W IN CHANCERY.
plead answer or demur to same with- Charles L. Morrow, Sr.
in the proper time; Complainant,
And it is further ordered that al& oVma II V ga
parties claiming interest in said Rober A. Morrow,
lands under Charles Goodwin, Sr., R | I oert A. Morrow,
Edward S. Goodwin, and Wm. M. Defendant.
Goodwin, deceased, or otherwise, ap- It appearing by affidavit the sworn
pear to said Bill of Complaint on or bill filed in the above-stated cause
before the 2nd day of April A. D. that Robert A. Morrow the defendant
1917. and plead answer or demur to therein named is a nonresident of
same within the time required by k7 the State of Florida, and his resl-
law: dence is unknown and that he is over
It is further ordered that this or- the ago of twenty-one years; it is
der be published once a week for therefore ordered that said nonresi-
twelve consecutive weeks in The_ dent defendant be and he is hereby re-
Key West Citizen, a newspaper pub- quired to appear to the bill of com-
lished in Key West, Florida. plaint filed in said cause on or be
Witness my hand and seal of said la fore Monday, the 7th day of May.
Court this 3rd day of January A. D. T3I MUM,-P M1g A. D. 1917, otherwise the allegations
1917. .le of said bill will be taken as confessed
(SEAL- D. Z. FILER, by said defendant.
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Mon- It is further ordered that this or-
roe County ,Florida. j8-Wed-18w der be published once each week foi
.-.. -.. - -- J eight consecutive weeks in The Key
West Citizen, a newspaper published
ITO O r in said County and State.
Purity Bakerylj Unl J a nawpap This 22nd day of Feby. 1917.
Purity Bakery SEAL) D. Z FILER
ABSOLUTELY SANITARY w Ahroughk, ad kher 5s the Clerk Circuit Court.
Machine made bread, cakes, piese, h ts aW ratedrss 1 By BOLIVIA C. DELGADO,
in fact a full amortment of pastry. * qit ,i By BOLIVIAC_ Defitt Clerk.A
Your patronage solicited. In JOHN G. SAVCER
211 DUVAL iT.' .'- .. Soe iitor for Complainant.


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WAKE UP AND STOP TICK'S RAID


The artist has depicted In this cartoon the Florida cattle owner awakened
by the alarm clock of agitation for tick eradication to a realization that the
cattle tick is engoiging itself from the profits derived from oef eattl#,
UIouoIrv


Florida was the last state in the
catle tick fever quarantined area to
take up systematic tick eradication
work, but the sentiment in favor of
state-wide and compulsuiy Lick eradi.
cation has become so wide spread that
a lorge number of private dipping vats
are being built by cattle owners who
prefer to go to that expense, rather
than permit their stock to remain tick
infested for a few months while waiting
for the public vats which will be built
by the various counties as soon as
they get the work organized.
R. W. Storra, state live stock in-
spector in Walton county, reports the
following: "Two delegations of plain
farmers appeared before the county
commissioners at a recent meeting
and bogged-that Is the proper word
-that dipping vats already provided
for in other communities be changed
to their neighborhoods that they
might get the benefits of the vats. All
of these men, a year ago, hooted at
the idea of dipping for tick eradica.
tion.
"Three men have borrowed money
from a local bank to build vats for
public use. Two others will build
vats and allow the public to use them
free, the county to reimburse all of
the builders next year ift a levy is
made, for vat construction. Another


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private corporation which has three
vats will permit the use of them by
the public."
Telegraphed for Cement.
Similar experiences are common in
other progressive counties. After the
officials in Lake county became fully
awake to the importance of getting
rid of the ticks, they could not wait
long enough for material ordered by
mail, but telegraphed for a car load
of cement. Time means money when
ibhe ticks are sucking large quantities
of blood every day from the thousands
of cattle in that county.
Beef catlte form the bulk of the
cattle business in Florida and a study
of the U, S. Department of Agricul-
ture's report on estimated farm values,
as of December 15, 1916, shows that
Florida cattle are not keeping up
in the procession of advancing prices.
On that date Florida cattle were
quoted at $5.60 per 100 pounds live
weight, which was a gain of 50 cents
per 100 pounds during the year, but
the average gain for the United
States amounted to 81 cents per 100
pounds, so Florida's tick infested cat.
tle really are losing ground In the gen-
eral advance of live meat prices, and
the figures showed that they were
$1.06 behind the general average farm
price. At the same time Florida cat.
tle prices were $1.60 per 100 Pounds
lower than those for Montana, Wy.
coming and Colorado, great tick free,
open range states.


VIOLA DAI M MKTPO STAM.
This It Viola Dana, Metro star, showing one of her hands, both
of which are Inosred for $10,000. Miss Dana carries a $ 0,000 p)oliev
on her life, a $0,000 accident polley and each of her handa is insured
lfor ,000. Similar aInsuranee Is carried by all Of the Metre stars,
who have taken out pollcies commensurate with their Ineomes.
Miss DAa' hqat id ImMe e"Is so written that should Ahe loie
eve nIe a fapr she woul roceie ,$4"
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CHILI SAUCE.
TOMATO CH UTrY.
INDIA RELISH.
HORSE RADISH.
STRAWBERRY PRESERVES.
BLACKBERRY PRESERVES.
ENCHRED FIGS IN JAR.
WHITE VINEGAR IN BOTTLES.
CIDAR VINEGAR IN BOTTLES.
APPLE BUTTER IN ROCKETS.
PEACH BUTTER.
PLUM BUTTER.
PEANUT BUTlER.
MINCE MEAT-IN JAR OR CAN.
MUSTARD IN BOTTLES.
SWEET MUSTARD PICKLES.
CHOW CHOW.
PICKLED ONIONS IN BOTTLES.
PICKLES IN BOTTLES.
FIG PUDDING IN CAN.
STUFFED A'NGOES IN BOT-.
TLES.
BEEF STAKE SAUSE IN BOT-
TLES.
SPAGHIETI IN CANS.
SAUR KRAUT IN CANS.
SAUR SOUPS UN CANS.
RICHARD PEACON
Phone 67.
RAMON CASTRO
Manufacturer of the famous
ENTIREE NARANJOS"
Clear Havana Cigars
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whe United States of America,
Southern District of Florida.
T WHEREAS, on the 30th day of
IVnarch, 1917, the United State by
To R mind o -its Proctor H. S. Phillips, filed its
To Remind YoU Mrs. Ben B. Fry, accompanied b, libel in the District Court of the
her little daughter Dorothy; and United States for the .Southcrn Dis-
aunt, MAss Lee Whalton, left on the ,trict of Florida, against one bird of
morning train for her home in Red- paradise, in a cause of forfeiture,
SlandFla ___ AND WHEAS, by virtueof pro- IRT
Mrs. Hasikel Lebo will, leave to ces n due form of law, to me di-
night over th s Eaet Coeat for 'New-'Jcted," returnable on the 10th day of O
HAT EASTER IS DRESS.UP DAY Y asn nd April, 1917, I have seized and taken
EYork on a combined business and the said one bird of paradise and
THE SPRING, AND YOU CAN pleasure trip, and will be absent un- have it in m ustody.EREB
BOE PROGERDLOUADA'S I I' p/dFIT FOR A
BE PROPERLY, AS WELL AS -.rudent other l always on the that a District Court will be held in
Al prudent other is always on the the ( united States Court Room in -
COMFORTABLY DRESSED, BY ta for tom of worms inthe cityof Key W t, F.,onthe
her children alness lack of inter- ~h day of April, 1917, fort t KNGhe
GETTING ONE-OF THOSE DI;(IE eat in play, and peevishness is the tdf said pre il 1i917fnd the owner or ialG
WIAVE, TROPICAL WORSTED, signal for WHITE'S CREAM VER. o swai nd eall p persons who may
PALM BEACH OR KOOL KLOTH lent remedy ut an ento the worms ho or claim any interest, are here |
SUITS "WZE ARE SHOWING THIS aad the ichil soon acts naturally. by cited la to be an are at the SHRTS
Price 25c per bottle. Sold by all time and place. aforesaid, to show SHIRT$
SEASON. edru tS.. Sold by a cause, if any they have, why a final
HATS AND SHOES TO MATCH. decre shouAT ass as prayed. VARIGEATED PATTERNS MADE UP OF FANCY SILK
The steamer Shawrmut, Captain U. S. Marshal, AND LINEN DOVER MADRAS
Swenson, steamed from port tday CUis S. Marshal. AND LINEN DOVER MADRAS
Sroute Dm pa Odept U SM arshal. $2. 50 $3.00 $3.50
Frozen custard cream, neapolitan
ice cream, fresh strawberry Ice ,The United States of America, W O L K OSK Y S
cream, fresh strawberry moussee, Southern District of Florida. W O L K O W SK Y 'S
and mapleine fe cream at Magee's WHEREAS, on the 26th (lay of -""
Ice cream Parlor, Duval street. Phone March, 1917, the United States )y (DOWN TOWN STORE) *
rJ2. m30-tf its Proctor H. S. Phillips, filed its
S- .- libel in the District Court of the FOR EASTER-WHITE RATINE ITS .--------.. $10.900
________________ Geo. M. Bradt, publisher of the United Statos for the Southern Dis-
Ha na Post, who had been spend- t't of Florida, agai;At one bird of
Sng. several days in the city the guest jaradige plume, in ait.luRo of forfoi-
of Mr. and Krs Marcy B. Darnall, tureNI .R, Civil. ro'" ...
left this morning for Havana. N D WHEREAS,, o hy virtue of pro- _
and Mr ..a.. n...... cess in due form of law, to me di-
Fresh eggs 40c dozen.H. C. I rocted, returnable on the 9th day of A R O N ^T IT Z
Niles 514 Southard street. a3-f 'April 1917, I have seizedand and taken D A R O N O V IT Z
t. "tho said one bird of paradise plume
( The S. R. Mallory Chan ter, Unit- andO hve it im y GIVENd REGAL AGENTS 618 OUVAL ST.
ed Daughter of the Confederacy, will that a District Court will be held in
rr ...meet at the home of MkIs. WN. D. the United States Court Room, in
III Houston on White street Thursday the city of Key Wst, Fla., on the
afternoon 4 o'clock., All mnember3 9th day of Apri., 191.'1, for the trial
V V are requested to be present. of oai prunMica, id the uwIei : Ut EA ST ER SH O ES
Boys' Pants, sizes inowners, and all persons who may NOW when there is tendency to offset rising of shoe
Boys' Pants, sizes 15 to 20, genuine ',have or claim any interest, are here-
worsted, full bloomer-nothing in the by cited to be and appear at the values substituting inferior qualities the D. Arono.
City to compare with them-you will time and place aforesaid, to show vitz Store has for its object a serious public service
say the same when you see them. caus, f any they have, why a final supplying reliable shoes at the lowest prices possible
,The Naval Store. a-2t 'decree: shoulki not pass as prayed. supplying refabie shoes at the lowest
Ia n- I 1---" NATHAN H. BOSWELL, as low as D. Aronovitz standard of quality will per.
Albany Journal: Who lives with-. U. S. Marshal. mit.
'n his income does not feel crowded \By JAM S H. .(JI TIS,
h the income may be small. Office Deputy U. S. Marshal. Our stock of shoes is the greatest assortment of new
lancers and d eggs 50 per dozen The United States of America, styles in the [city. They consist of style fit and
'Eggo for hatching Rhode I o'nd ,HEREAS, on the 24th day of
Roas, Bared Plymouth Rocks and March, 1917, the United States We are agents for the most celebrated brands of
White Leghorns $1.P0 pr setting of its Proctor H. S. Phillips, filed Its
15. Special rice y te 100. Niles libel in the District ourt of the shoes in the world Regal-W ood-W ton
Poultry Yard, 514 Soutthard street. United Stat.s for the Southern Dis-
a8 tf 'trict of Florida, against one paradise Frot4 Mok .
weather, in a cause of forfeiture, J.Frot-M ock.
""-'-~"-"'"" CivClvil
Waco Times-Herald: If the Fed- IA D WHfEREAS, by virtue of pro- We have advanced slightly on our'prices, I we
ry, Hardware, eral Treasury goes broke, lay it on cos in due form of law, to me di- still give you the quality sold you in the past upon
S, Zimmermann. reacted returnable on the 11th day of which our great shoe business has been founded;
JApril, 1917, I have seized and taken
, Coal, W after, The famous Chalmna Face 'the said one paradise feather and shoes purchased from D Aronovitz means the store
w Powder always on sale at the Ky havoIt in m custold GIVEN and factory behind the shoe.
ways Lighters, wst station Co., 6nery C, 01 Dvl 'NOTIC I H EBY GIVEN,
street. a-St at a Court will
S ... ,4 Urted-. -. P,- plwt Room, in ..
Boy. .Coo, Cloth and Pa.lm Beach .n e W.s t" D. ARONO VI.TZ
Suits, Norfolk style, all sizes, $4.00 7th dia of April, 1917, for the trial
and4.TheNavalSt1ore a2tremof a id pr ses, and the owneror
'and $4.50. The 'Naval Store. s2-2t'1owners, and all persons who may ____n _________ ....___-
W a u r ceive a stoc 'o have or claim any interest, are here- -
We have just received a stock of by cited to be and ap ear at the
Conklin's and Parker self filling tirmeo andplace aforesnid, to show Iit Tn nn Dr. i Dlecher
Sfountainens from $1.00sto $ I.0D cause, if any they have, why a final II U O III GASOLINE Beecher
Key es Stationery Co., 610 Duval decree should not ass as ra red. Surgeon Dentist
s / street. a2-3t NATHAN H. BO WELL, CARBONVOID S
v' VT/. TV ,/ /1 ----------U. S. Marshal. -uval Centrnl
Boys' Cool Cloth and Palm Beach By JAMES H. CURTIS, Use one teaspoonful of Carbonvoid The Buval Central
S 'V .pants, all sizes. The Naval Store. Office Deputy U. S. Marshal. for each five gallons of gasoline in HU
'I j ^. ra2-2t ______ tank of car, or storage tank. 30 HOUSC
'The Unid S s of. A gallons of gasoline with 6 teaspoon.
Vtapleine ice cream is' delicious, outernDistricof Florida, ..c' fu of.Carbo dConwulre e ean 420 Duval St.
try it at Magee's. Phone 92.-Duval WHEREAS, on the 24th day of mot"r of carbon Continued use wil
Street. m8.-t.f .R E 1917, the United States by eliminate carbon. To save gasoline, Key West Fla.
SProctor I. S. Phllips, filed ut dow gasoline and increase air at
Ibnt t'rohe iled moo a '. PHONE 5532.
SYou will be sorry f you buy Court of the void begins to take hold. Office House 9 a. m. to 12 neon
Spring suit before seeing V. A. John-. 'United States for the Southern Dis- 2 p. to 5 p m.. Sudy
son's great line of. Featherweight trict of Florida, against one bird of A. L. BAKER 2 p. m. to 5 p, m. Sunday by
Sultings. m9-tf paradise, in a cause of forfeiture, 204 Fourth Street, Miami. Fla. appointment.
FOR RENT-A four room house 'AND WHEREAS, by virtue of pro-
S' partly furnished, for light house- cess in due form of law, to me di- The United States of America,
Sweeping. Phone 6401. m29-1w erected, returnable on the 10th day of, Southern District of Florida. DR. J. G. CAMPBELL
SI April, 1917, I have seized and taken, WHEREAS, on the 29th day of
_.'__ See V. A. Johnson's great line of Ithe said one bird of paradise and March, 1917, the United States by Surgeon Dentist
\ .,< Wholens before buying your Spring have it in n-y custody. 'its Proctor H. S. Phillips, filed its
Suit. m9-tf NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, libel li the District Court of the Campbell Building Fleming Stree.
B--- -- that a District Court will be held in United States for the Southern Dis- O IE HO
SFresh shrimp at the Delmonien the United States Court Room, in 'trict of Florida, against two bundles OFFICE HOURS:
na, Restaurant. in all styles. a28.tf .he.city of Key .et, F n. t t of aigrettes, in a cause of forfeiture, I to 18 a. m. 1 to 5 p. U,
nb-jo.p,* .. .. f10th day of April, 1917, for the trial Civili
LOST-A gold rape chain and ,old 4,f said premises, and the owner >r AND WHEREAS, by virtue of pro- TELEPHONE 589.
W SHO WING cross Finder will be rewarded by plwners, and all person1 s _ho may cess in due form of law, to me di.
14. SO 14' WI.AT returning to Mr,.. Darnall at Citizen have.. or.clai any inte.'e.t, a e.^ rectcd, returnable on the 9th day of
tffi.e mS0-tf b cited to be an a- ear at the April, 1917, I have seized and taken DR. w,. KEMP, DENTAL SU_.
t aJE W ELR ._ ,teand place aforesa to show the said two bundles of aigrettes and GEON. OFFICE, UPSTAI.S 1.
FOR SAL-Double pink andt have them in my utody.
TH A BEAUTIFULIPRESENT red rnation plant for loh deree shl no as s a ed OTIOE IS REY GIVEN, FILMING STREET. TELEPHONE
INAKD S5 THB EXQUISITE at 512 5Wiliam Utet tt U. S. -ahal. at District Court will be held in 8545.
ASME S XCSUT IS.. .. .. .. United States Court Room, --in
PBLE FONDI A SUITABLE St tht D ImoneD roster u5 t. St. .f.lice Deputy Us t Ofeha ;9t day of April, 1917, for the trial Have you seen the beautiful hand'
s THE HEART SO MUCH AS i I------.---- faid premises, and the owner or embitldged goods just received bi
STHEY COM FROM OUR Th'di New Store, e-0 uval A the new Hot W t Sit .rs al n a he V. nnde at 124 Duval stret. We
LJry" .VD WILL R^AMIN ;etand is. assortment .of' cnsd t V. A. Johnson's, Kel Krash.' b cIted to be and appear at the have the largest line to select from
HKD A LONOGTIMS. 7 the cy. O fine hoolat Orkho, Palm Bea hDel Beach,' ime and place aforesaid, to show ever carried in Key West; from the
Sthe aOme of quality. Home-.ande ..re .. t. un..f Iri Une. cause, if a tny hey why a finl small handkerchiefs to the large bed
. .OHN SON ....brittle, andfdges ,metlikehoney etay, "t N OW LL,, .


X AW M,- in your mouth. Ester candi-es .----- --- r 'B 'A u.^ 1: S-arsbal.-

alore A very large assortment. Why wear ready made clothes By JAMES H. CURTIS I WANTED-A FEW MUSl.
S fe creams, sundaes, and cold drinks. when V. A. Jnson will ul you ( office Deputy U. S Marshal. PUPILS. APPLY TO MISS FLOF.
Shivats ginger-ale. All are wel- with a tailor made suit for sa ENCE BALL, CARE OF U. S. BAl.
Seome. m22 money selected from the greatest RACKS. d2004'
line oi suitings you ever saw. Order Don't forget that Perpall's Moteri
SNew laid eggs at 514 Southard your Easter suit npw. mif-tf Transfer is awaiting your orders for
street, 50c per. dozen. H. C.. Niles. favors, both large aidi inil. Day The position of "buyer" for the
I __ 2012w Mothers You can keep your boy 'phne 725, night 806. m8-.t home comes to the wife "b in-
---------- sho t pa ts a li.,n title lon e r-- w e - iieritance. It la nh ers thnrqu gn pre-
Leave your pictures at ahner' ave short pants. oe ab L ea. cedent and through necessity. She
N Leave your pictures at otahner'a have short pants for extract bgyerb'Dwe Iheil Ine thiswors IfIthrou spro
and have them framed o short he Naval Store a Let Mr. Beckman, at the Sweetwill fail in the work if it does not
Notice. ml2-ttf king's Ice Cream Parlor, formerly the interest her. She will make a
-- T I See Mv R: Costar for lum, Home Lunch Room, 605 Duval street, success of it-and of her home man-
Select your picture molding talt "ee Me btal ork. S .sa serve you your breakfast, and the agement-if her interlat in the task
Rahner's and have your pictures uarateed. Corner Greene and Ann best American coffee, between the never lapses. Of corse she studies
.framed..m12.tf" streets. s28.f hours of 7 and 11 a. daily. m26 the ads.


BIG BOYS.-the fellows who look too big for their kqee pants-we have classy SHORT-TROUSIERS
to fit the biggest boy in the c.ty-extra full knickerbockers that make you look in place in short
pants. As to patterns and quality positively nothinsr in the city t0 compare with them. f
i' I : ' . ,OU WILL SATI THE SAME WI2W YOU SEE THEM-NORFOLK BOYS' COOL CLOTH AND PALM B TACR SIlt, ALL SIZES. ,
j. m . L_ TmoH oM 1NAVA I STORE raUs Utmm
,, ... ... .g r e % A n o, iM BOYS ra ... .r,
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DELICATE


LITTL GIRL

Mother Tells How Vinol
Made Her Strong.
Palmyra, Pa.-"My little girt had a
chronic cough and was so thin you
could count her ribs and she had no
appetite. Nothing we gave her seemed
to help her, until one day Mrs. Nei-
bert asked me to try Vinol and now
she is hungry all the time, her cough
is gone, she is stouter and has a more
healthy color. I wish every mother
who has a delicate child would try
Vinol."-Mrs. Alfred Slack.
This is because Vinol contains the
beef and cod liver peptones, iron and
manganese peptonates, and glycero-
phosphates which a weak and run.
down system needs. We guarantee
Vinol to make delicate children
healthy and strong.
We will return your money if Vinol
fails to benefit /ou.
Key W\'At I)ruti Co., Key West.
Al.so ; t thti lh:idlin;g drug store in
0,t l"imtria t'towns.



P.E.. ,'S P'IN A ,\;iFECTIONS


One pack age proves it. Sold ond
duuranteed by above Vinol drudgist.,

'""m rent, notit to rent"-that
iqtOf i,,li is oftell dtcid 'ti by the other
tiluel it'i : "To a(ierti i, or not te
adlvl.trL isc,"


I


rivals any previous vampire roles
that Miss Biara has made famuc.s.
HOw To Be Rid F ollowiti is i tsvnop'i" 0 of theC. ir-
of 1t.rOnic DandruHf"" "'or":
.....1... p:) :,. C [). \vI in tLurI' artl P l)ied
*, -t 'I i. I, .i ., ,i.t1 1 I l; a1 vr, ,' ' i' i t i hl ,: 1
., ',' II- ;',thl-', *i t by th. r' '' s to the I ussi -
,: ....d ; | ,., |, i, |. v, ,', ,H'1 da t I ' llis subs 'que (' 1t (lan ; -
S. i rit i l I f'iI ' ', : l Ih [ hypi critical 1, avc
I .' I'*m. ,


J., V ., t I LI I Ii .i 'II"

.. ; , i !i i n it h.' wnI in
SI t p i. nn thl. Count at rlt wa
I. l:i i I I l .' shi v' r I i lr I .L 'h t ,
I it imcml t.eoi'r itnei'ig The fliIht to America anui the
lt' I 0 N "it f gaiTn meeting on Ioard ship of a million-
Imi{l- tea 1- 1 i. ,'quick- .,I l' te, te ,,, Russia:: Sic l:.
trec:.st l t y hs t iy hmi The mani eventually becomes her
treat. nt, -v.. ,solutuy harm-abject slave, and later a murderer
arisian Sage be obtained tosatisfy the woman's craving for
ParIisian Sage by obtained money an-i jewels.
from the Key V Drug Company The enmeshing in her net, by sub-
and diuggists eve t- :ere. It is not terfuge, of her lover's brother, who
expensive. abandons his wife and child.
S .The tense and dramatic finale

fhe rds--thtt i .etter fortune for rwil'o plunge a dagger into her
him than i. of slarywould be. heat by a relentless blackmaiing
;servant.
-- ---- A photoplay that shows the in-
SOME GOOD ADVICE. comparable Bara in a fascinating
role.
"Don't think too much of your own -- ..
methods. Watch other people's ways $4 Sxt f)S f
and learn from them." This is good t
advice, especially when bilious or I
constipated. You will find many Girle Us Lin s
'' oe


people who Ivse (Chamberlain's Tab-
lets for these ailments with the best
results, and will do well to follow
their example. Obtainable every-
where. a2

A gift i'. doubly valued if it is ap-
propriatt. Geot some ideas from
reading the lads.
ItH i rl w :,Ith, ,litter taste, dizziness
atnd ;t cnot'i;ll "n(O account" feeling isk
a ,ur .si n Il" a torpid liver IHER-
IlNE i., th, medicine needed. It
iiakI'. the' liv'r acttive, vitalizes thew
1i, ,l, t' ; '.r th e l o w e ls a ni d r( e -
in of i cergy i l
,ho Hl P. 'ric 50' S old b y : id !



, a :he


I Make a Bleaching, !
Beautifying Cream

The juice of two fresh lemons
strained into a bottle containing
throe ounces of orchard white makes
a whole quarter pint ot th' most te-
l .. .,1.. t~lkI t .I I... 1 . .


nitn wirsenii Muictt Aovits'r. r tiro iatire
only for a cloth bound book of IfMS pagr',
llluAtrltedh 0 witl olnrd i.e p ,, et';.


A CHILD HATES OIL


--
CALOMEL, PILLS FOR




(iv "(.:)iU';)rriat Syrup 'i ." t
rrois, s,0 1.,0 is.r,.i m ; I .'

Loo ik back i, your clii i day.s.
Remember the "dose" ,,. hr in-
sisted on--castor oil, calomni. cathar-
tics. How you hated them, how you
fought against taking them.
With our children it's different.
MKothers who cling to the old form
of physic simply don't realize what
they do. The children's revolt is
well-founded. Their tender little
"insides" are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, give only
'dlleiw "Califorenia Syrup of Filgs."
Its action is punitive, but gentle.
Millions of mothers keep this harm-
less "fruit laxative" handy; they
know children love to take it; that it
never fails to clean the liver and
bowels and sweeten the stomach, and
that a teaspoonful given today saves
a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which has full directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grnvn-
ups plainly on each bottle. Be are
of counterfeits sold here. See that
it is made by "CAlifornia Fig Syrup
Company." Refuse any other kind
with contempt.


aboutt the cost one must pay for a -
smaull jar of the ordinary cold If a man takes pride in his reputa-
,cream;.'. Care should be taken to tion for business sagacity, why
,.'train the lemon juice through a fine should not a woman have an equal
crltth so no lemon pulp gets in, then prid'le in her efficiency as buyer for
this lotion will keep I're.dh for ir home ?
miolith-. Every wvom>ni;i knows that "--~--
,<,11 11 is j:i ti ll lmld F MiAViII S
ni ,, I i:. m ,h; is f l'ockls,VOIDS


J', I Just !'t L (;,. th1. l, UtU i-w. .......u llt~ ( \l' ;" "t ;i pharmacy ;Ili<
i; t't'l, FOVI t) lemons from thein' rocker an
l X1 F"IVE I [ItS ra1ikc upL ka |Uitr- pint of t0li
-.swcetl\ frac-ralit lent-on lotion ;anu
.rnivy popilo suffer from baill[r m issage it 'daily ilto the face, nuc!k;
i: i i. hei they cain 'c 1u1;lv k 'e- itarms and lihandl1, it naturally should
Wi l \. .1. iPurry. R. FI. I). '2, h . n, .\r., writes: "I was hothered I! ing out the ruses anl beauty of
wih lIl:ide trouble four or five any skim. It is simply marvelous t(
.(iars. It gave me a great deal of smoothen rough, red hands.
p 1 ii. I took different medicines, but ------ ---
,othintg dii me any good until I got Business methods for business
Foley Kidney Pills." Curry Phar- matters! If you have property tc
mT y. T. T. S.t sell, advertise it.


I SERIOi'i SICKNESS


By Baig Cotatly Supplied With
d Thedford'a Black.Dre t.


McDuff, Va,-"I IIeoued or severe
gear, Ny$ Ma. J. 5.ad W ttakr,
t place, "w, thk e aduache, and
stomach trouble.
o Ten years a t rdd M to try
rhtdfoid's B o m wM I 3dak-
id InlfouRd mIl s intc w mmee
ine for youna go la d.
I keep Black-Draught on hand a the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a does, and It
does them more good th an an medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick.
leu in our family, since we commenced
sing Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
vegetable, and haI beu lad to egs-
late weak tomsachtt tid tdoettesu, re-
ieve indig tete, conic, wDid awoe .
headache, asck etonsi, and lai a
symptoms.
It has bee IM S aeesnw use o
lhas 70 ved a tim sbeefited
ea n tles wi l e.
Your sdbaa aed recommends
Black-Dra t Price only 25c. Oet a
tckage to- N, C. 11

GUARANTEED TAILORING by

A. Culmer, merchant tailor, corner
Fleming and Whitehead Sts., begs
to *all your attention to the superior-
Ity in texture of Delmer Woolens of
which a new and extensive line has
Just arrived. %Aspeetion solicited. I
lead in styles while others follow.
Pr"ee anr, mst


COMING AT'
SAN CARLOS


THEATER. I I



If your own rent is too high, re-
duce it by sub-letting a room, fur-
nishi d. The classified ads will man-
a;'e the matter for you.

If no news is printed about an
1 elet, f'ew people ever know about
,' it oi concern themselves about it. If
t,.t 11 lo il t ws- o01 a,'.'e'tisin --: prinLted
'"i about a store, few peophL know or
S toncern themselves ..ouit that
store.



CALOMEL ALIVAES

S. MAKES U SICK

Acts like dynamite on a sluggish
liver and you lose a day's.
work.


Edna Mavyo nd
Eu efta Cvrien ii
Th.ChaproR'' uarmt

Now is the time tell prospective
tenants about what you have to of-
fer. Last-minute advertising is bet-
ter than none-but is never neces-
sary unless timely advertising has
been neglected.
A WORD TO MOTHERS
These seems to be more than the
usual number of children suffering
from measles, whooping cough and
other children's diseases this spring.
Do not neglect any cold, for a cold
weakens the system and makes a
child more liable to attack of mor
serious ailments. Foley's Honey and
Tar relieves coughs, colds and croup
Curry Pharmacy. T.T..
Proverbially, women demand at-
tention. Wise merchants extend that
attention in advertising to them
fully--which means to advice them
fully and quickly of anything of in-
terest to them in connection with
their stores.
A HINT TO WISE WOMEN.
Don't suffer torture when all.
female troubles will vanish in thin
air after ushig "Femenina." Price
60c and 01.00. at


"THE COUNTRY THAT GOD
FORGOT," AT SAN CARLOS
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 3.
Of course you like a good motion
Picture drama-everyone does. The
'only trouble is that one may be
"stung" occasionally arid be corn-
polled to sit through a IIo) succes-
-ilion of scenes whiNch c'rry no htory.
If you will view "The (Country 't'hat
God Forgot,"' a St!i;, Red Seial play
in five thrilling reels, Lo be pre-
sented at the San Carl:,s theater ;.a
Tuesday, April 3. you will are what
critics pronouneonounc ne o the best
photoplays of the year. Tom Sant-
schi enacts the leading role in this
drama of the western desert, written
and produced by Marshall Neilan.
Supporting Mr. Santschi are such
starring players as Mary Charleson,
George Fawcett and VIctoria Forde.
"The Country That God Fqrgot" is
a drama of a woman's longing for
real life; of her loneaomness, of her
temptation too grest of' realization,
of; remorse, ofo retributiona, to the


Theae'a no. reasonW, W) 4 =6 tester, and finally t1 =4 ,e t oy,
should take sickening, salivating ace and understanding that came
calomel when 50 oents buys a large to an unselfish loyal husband.
bottle of Dedson's Liver Tone-a
perfect substitute for calomel.
It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid Each store ad is a, m ature news-
which will start your liver just as paper--full of "the latest" intelli-
surely as calomel, but it doesn't make gence about commodities.
you sick and can not salivate.
Children and grown folks can DAUGHTER IN TERRIBLE SHAPE
take Dodson's Liver Tone because it DAUGHTER IN TERRIBLE SHAPE
is perfectly harmless. -" -
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It A. Mitchell, Bagdad, Ky., writes:
is mercury and attacks your bones. 'My daughter was in terrible shape
,Take a dose of nasty calomel today with kidney trouble. I got her to
and you will feet weak, sick and nau; take Foley Kidney Pills and she is
seated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's --completely cured." Foley Kidney
work. Take a spoonful of Dodbon's Pills strengthens weak, deranged kid-
Liver Tone instead and you will wake neys; correct bladder troubles; stop
up feeling great. No more bilious- rheumatic pains and backache;, Te-
ness, constipation, sluggishness, lieve sore muscles and stiff joints.
headache, coated tongue or sour stom- Curry Pharmacy. T. T. S.
ach. Your druggist says if you don't -
find Dodson's Liver Tone acts bet- of year to think
ter than horrible calomel your bout writhe time of year to thi renewals of
money is waiting for you. home furnishings. New things in
the home center new interest in it.
Furniture offerings, just now, -Atl
Sarah Bernhardt has made what timely.
is termed as the most emotionally
sensational picture over made. It is
called "Mothers of France," and The woman who does not know
cannot he sold in this country Iby its something tangible about values is a
director anIl agent, Louis Mereanton, rarity these days-thanks to the in-
without the final consent of the fluence and educational value of ad-
French government. vertising.
,. z -


I For every penny of its selling price it gives the falle-t mea-
sure of real value and satisfaction. Packed in sealed all-tin
cans, 'it is CERTAIN to reach the consumer in prime con-
dition. There's no other sure way.



RICHARD PEACON
Wholesale Distributor
KEY WESI. FLA


----- --* -~ __


, i


P. 0. S. OF A. BENEFIT
SAN CARLOS APRIL 3. WHAT A PROMINENT MAN VARIETY OF GOCARLS HOWT
AT SAN CARLOS THEATER
Te HAS TO SAY. ON TUESDAY, APRIL 3.
The P. 0. S. of A. maintains a .Although essentially a master
scholarship from the High School of Orlando, Fla.-" My occu action Is that criminal story, the V-L-S-E release
O15o.00 This scholarship goes to of painter and all of my trae know what for the VI agraph-"T'hrough the
,some worthy boy or girl every year. a deadly enemy we Wall," which is the attraction at the
It is no small matter to raise this f have in lead and San Carlos theater on Tuesday, April
,amount every year. The patriots turpentine, I am 3, contains any number of exquisite
have made arrangements with the also a practical creations which are worn attractively
nunag:er of the San Carlos for a nurse and know by by the two young and beautiful play-
benefit show Tuesday, April 3rd, both theory and experi- ers who help considerably in the ac-
nuttineo and night. Every cent de- I.v ,once the value of tion of the story.
rived from this benefit will go toward a l)r. Pierce's Golden Nell Shipman who finds the role
the scholarship fund. Medical Discovery. of Alice particularly well suited to
The program for the occasion will it hits been the her capabilities wears a charming
be "T he Country God Forgot," the m, ... ,, ,ansof during me afternoon frock of white taffeta
Anost threWing and interesting dram" h ;h eolewtl colic and with sleeves of crepe de chine. The
over announced to appear in the city 'Ter gstris. The un- skirt is somewhat short and decided-
of Key West. If you care for the natural state that ly full while the short waist is made
gneat west with its wild plains and my kidneys had been t wwia entirely plain with a lew v-shaped neck and
rough cowboys-then don't miss It. amended, too, by the medicine. My corded belt. A large light straw
In five reels. Also "Thru the Wall" stomach was in such a slate that I could garden hat trimmed by white satin
in six reels, a splendid picture, in- ot rest at im t, and I had t adop flowers affords the finishing note to
tevsley real, interesting an help- tryhimnitd iet. Now I eAt y her fetching costume.
ley real, interesting and helpthg, with comfort. I can also state Other garment worth of men-
ful. that the' l)iscovery' was whtat I needed to tion are many. One dinner gown
Tho prices are matinee 5 and 10iv me tone and vigor myimpaired whichis covere d byOnea blacknner gle
cents, evening 10 and 15 cents. gesti had deprived na of sustenae whch i covered a black p
If you are interested in your I enjoy the best of hea:h mnw."--M., evening cloak is a pale yellow satin
Count, Hignh School, if you are in- Qx'R RItoaBErs, 81 ,Imt St, Or- made in a sheath effect and brocaded
tmrested in the cause of education. latdo, Fla. in eeves purple velvet The lonack
.If you care for the best to lbe seen sleeves are laced with broad black
upon the scroe-- then be there. Dr. Piercr's Golden Mlicdll iiscovery velvet ribbon with cuffs of the same
helps trhe stomach digrs tll ioiol d and material. .
STnituf acture nourishirng bllhdl. it has t An afternoon frock of delicate yel-
IlSCAI'St', INS, THlriIL.LING ton'io effect and soon eribitls thlistottiiich low chiffon has large puffs over the
S\IN)l\" IN t ATPTI *l i andtl heart to lierfurnm hlir fi ctiomuis it it hil of flesh. color taffeta which rise
).MA" MONRuOEKR APRII. 21. natural, healthy mantair, without Lny and form the waist while sleeves of
outside aid. gold lace and black velvet ribbon hell)
Th'l' pi't that Miss Thuda Hiara Contains neither alcohol nor .trritics, not a little in making the frock one
poi.rt iy," in "The Tiger Woman," the Its ingredients are mnadel public and to be admired. The hat is formed by
William Icux Super l)e Luxe produt- printed on wrapper. It's a phm, alter. wide bands of black and white rib-
lion, shows this marvelous and i,. tive extrnct made with glyicirinu froam bon and a sunshade is used effec-
iiomparablle screen artist ill a role native roots and herbs,. tively with this frock.
fIT.ught with thrills, mystery and Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and iu. ,The negligees, too, are most in-
tense situations, .Her characteriza- vigorate stomach, liver anti bowel. voting,. One boudoir gown of Nile
ti of the Princess Ptrovitch, as a Write Dr. Pierce, i' agree chiffon and satin is extremely
cold, hard, cruel, scheming tled Bufftdo, N. Y and reccivt flr coi fidi en upon bands of satin flowers in pastel
villainess, who hesitates at nothing i ade, sd fr the upon bands of satin flowers n pastel
to gain her own selfish ends. nut ....... ....... __,,...... shades.


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AT RAIN'S
Blank Bokas and a full line of
Good Stationery always on hand.
Your cash trade solicited.

CRAIN'S
BOOK .STORE


Photo Studio
Estevez's Photo Studio well equip.
ped for work t all kinds.
Kodak Work a
Specialty
806 DUVAL ST.

Hats Hats
Panama Hats cleaned,, properly
blocked and dyed. Work guaranteed
BY JOSE LOPEZ.

SHOES! SHOES!
Neatly repaired by an expert shoe.
maker. We solicit your patronage.

Hugo DIamandi
718 DUVAL ST.


PROMPTNESS
Prompt, Perfect, New Methbd
Cleaning and Pl'resing.
PHONE 124.
716 DUVAL ST.

REFRESHING
Visit us and remove your thirst
these warm days. Our specialty isf
mixed drinks. Cold Cold is Our Beer.
Enrique Renedo
COR .DUVAL AND FRONT STS.

LEAF DEALER
We handle a complete line in the
leaf tobacco. Shade grown the best.
)Samples on application. A trial or-
der solicited.
J. M. Na arro
Cor. Front and Fitzpatrick Streets.


SAN GARLOS CAFE
Carries the best assortment of
cakes, pies and sandwiches. Short
orders a specialty. Try there once.
Martin Key Prop.

CENTRAL SALOON
It is here that the most freshing
drinks iar js.Best.40t Br Brwe .
Drp in wnff thirty. Cotrteitus
clerks to wait on you.
Du Breuil
Cor. Duval and Fleming Streets. Op-
posite Kress Store.


Marlinez Photo

Studio

"FOR YOUR BEST PHOTO"


"TWENTY THOUSAND
BELIEVES HE COULD LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA"
AT MONROE APRIL 17.
WIN IN FOOT RACE A scientific dream reincarnated in
__ "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under
thp Sea."
s Brimful of New Life and Energy If by any chance that master
Could Not Raise Left Hand to scientific, Jules Verne, could return
Head Before Using Tanlac. to earth and behold the reincarnation
,- of his dream in the most amazing:
"I feel just like getting out there film of the age, "Twenty Thousand
in the street now and outrunning any Leagues Under the Sea," and if he
man in this town,v was the charac- could know that within the last de-
teristic statement made by J. B cade his visions of under-sea craft
Woodward, a well-known citizen of had materialized into a powerful and
Lexington, Ky., in tolling his friends subtle weapon, he would exclaim,
of the remarkable benefits he had "Oh, for ten more years on earth
derived from Tanlac. that I might live in the mIdst of the
"Yes, sir, it's a fact," he cone generation I was dreaming of half a
tinued, "I have only psed Tanlac for century ago!"
about two weeks now and I am like The world is indebted to the film
a new man. I feel just brimful of art for visualizing the dreams of the
new life and energy, and my family famous French scientist long sincee
and all of my friends can see the dead, for the picture Mhows with
difference in my condition, faithful and minute accuracy the de.
"Before I began taking Tanlac I tails 1f that amazing story that has
could not raise my left hand to my thrilled thousands. Little did zhe
Head, and it had been that way for eager readers of this story dream
fully two years. I suffered from that such a vessel as the Nautilus
stomach trouble, rheumatism and was possible, nor did they compre-
neuralgia, and no other medicine hend the significance of that won-
seemed to do me a particle of good. derful venture on the sea-bottom.
It certainly was a great day for me Rut, when Jules Verne wrote his
when I heard of Tanlac, and I take story it was not a mere web of the
great pleasure in recommending it" imagination; he was a scientist, heI
The above statement appeared in followed every scrap of information
a recent issue of The Lexington regarding undersea life. He traced
Leader, stand is only one of many the sponge from the bathroom back
thousands of similar statements that to the bottom of the sea, and follow-
have been nimde by grateful users of ed the ship from the surface of the
Tanlac in all parts of the country, waters ,down to whe.e it sank after
from Mhine to Mexico. Tanlac is a wreck, and figured out how it msn t
now on sale in practically every look after decades or centuries., fie
city, town and village throughout the listened.to sailors' yarn of reefs ;anul
entire United States, and is selling octopi-reduced it to reality, made
n't tho phnnnmnnnl rnto nf fiivn mil ~0iiuntifi. ci Wh'ilitiiij lhuliliL ulip.d
lion bottles per year. being able to sink below the surface,
Never before, perhaps, in all his- and ascend by aid of the same science'
tory has anything in the way of a that made it possible for thousands
medicine ever sprung into such im- of tons of steel to swim on the sur-
mediate prominence and popular face-and after he collected all the
favor., People everywhere have been marvels and yarns and information
quick to recognize its superior merit and calculations, he wove them 'nlo
and wonderful curative powers, and a story, the sccnen for which laid
it is now unquestionably the most over a stretch of territory measuring
widely talked of medicine in the twenty thousand leagues.
world today lAnad now the story has found ex-
In the comparatively small city of pression in the most remarkable pic-
Lexington alone, over twenty thous- turization of the age-the thrilling
and bottles of Tanlac were sold in and stupendous production "Twenty
only a few months' time, and al- Thousand Leagues Under the Sea"
though it was introduced there more which comes to the Monroe theater
than two years ago, the phenomenal April 17th.
demand for it continues unabated. ------
Tanlac is sold in Key West by -B
Fo. r &Co LIVER BAD


PIA I R ARUDTIOEM TO LEONARDI'S LIVER-AID WILL
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE |TlI S L FIX YOU UP QUICKLY AND
FOR RENT-Residence on Norti PLEASANTLY.
Beach. House formerly occupied Bi lious? Constpated? Chills and
by J. W. Johnson. Delightful leesoc. Fever? Indigestion? Headache?
fon near water. All modern im. Paine in stomach or bowels? Dark
provementa.' Wm Curry's Sons brown thate? Liver sluggish or up-
Coman, Agents. ol-O.f set? Then q few doses of Leon-
"...~n. ^ardi's delicious LIVER-AID will
FOR RENT-A bed room a*d bring you speedy and lasting re-
kitchenette with asa of parlor, down lief.
town location. inquire at Citizen Leonard II...VERAID.. a new,
.ofice. t and isi superior to any. other. It
-- --..--- does the worc of. calomsel, salts ard
FOR RENT-'A nicply finished oil, but does not grip* or cause any
Large room, facing the sea o South ether painful or distressing symp.
Beadh. Bath. hot and qqold water; tom. It is perfectly pure and harm-
in a private home. Apply at The less and may :be taken freely and
Citizen office, d29-tf without fear by r v person. Gua..
FOR SALE-Corner lot o positeanted to satisfy money refund.
new Cortez factory. "K," P. 0. Box i .l l du. .
101, Jacksonville, Fla. d21-tfj ld by all druggists.
FOR SALE -- LUnilmited Life WORKING MAN'S GAI
Scholarship in Draughon's Business Headquarters .for t HOUSE
College, of Jacksonville; good in Headquarters for the working
all branches. Will be sold at a Coman's supploties. Army D, Be K
bargain. Call at The Citizen of- Pants for $1.50.
fie I- Best Balbriggan Underwear for


215 Dural St. Phone 3601.I NLY ONE "BROMO QUININE" I
6 POST CARDS 50e That is LAXATIVE BROMO
12 PING PONGS 25c ;QUININE. To get the genuine, call
for LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Special Attention to Amateur's Look for signature of E. W. GROVE
Finishing. on box. Cures a Cold in One Day.
Finishngs.Cures Grip two days. 25c. m

V 1 S I T No woman ever succeeded in mak-
ing a gown last longer than the
The Tonsorial Parlor in the Recto style and fabric last without having
building on Duval street. It is one other women discover the fact. The
of the cleanest and most sanitary In store ads are rich with news of the
the city. The treatment received will new gowns.
Invite you to call again. /-----
Pearl Barber Shop $100 REWARD, $100.
-.- ,The readers uf this paper vill be
I RP U" Pleased to learn that their' ". st
R a T east one dreaded disease that .-"i.. e
i- the watchword at the Elite Ice has been able to cure in .all its
Creant Parino at the corner of the stages, and that is catarrh. Catarrhr
Rek building on Duval street. Call being greatly influenced by con-
in when thirsty and try some of s'titutional conditions requires con-
0toar cream and drinks, stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh.
eaM l'Cure is taken internally and acts
ELiTe CE CREAM PARLOR,!.thru"the Blood on' the Mucous Sur-
-= -faces of the System thereby destroy-
S U 1/ 131 N ling the foundation, of the disease,
P".UM BDi[NG givinF the patient .strength by
Everything in this line is carried buildig up 'the constitution and as-
t'-'" -i o.tla -on in the sisting nature in doing its work.
:n tw*" ertplete, outlay foundd in te The proprietors have O much.faith
store c. Simonson street. Efficient The ploprietors have so much.faith
'lu.er salw ays ready to serve you. III the curativet powers of Hall's
.Catarr Cure that they offer One

SURTi iPLUM BING C. Hundred Dollars for nny case that
it fails to cure. Send for list: of
S testimonials.
HE RUiHIT PI .G. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
.U1 I 1 lULI 1 rL IUr Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug.
FOR gists, 75c. a2


GULF GASOLINE
AND
Supreme Auto
Oil
Always give best
Results
GULF REFINING COMPANY

JIMMIE CURRY THE WELL-
KNOWN BUTCHER HAS OPENED
A MEAT MARKET AT THE COR-
NER OF FLEMING AND BAHAMAI
STREETS. ONLY ARMOUR'S
GOVERNMENT INSPECTED
MEATS WILL BE FOUND IN THE
GROP. PHONE t85.


"City of Philadelphia" sails froip
'orter Dock every Tuesday at 2 p.
a. for Fort Myers and Tampa.
'ire to Fort Myers $6.50, to Tampa
10.00. Meals and berth included.
a7-tf


25c,
Best Porosknit Underwear for 56c.
Golf Yacht Caps, spring and sum-
mer, for 40c.
Engineer's Shop Caps for 10c.
Straw Hats, summer, for 10c.
Canton Flnmnel Gloves for 15c.
Genuine Rubber Collars for 20c.
4 Ply Linen Collars for lOc.
If you have t dollar to spend; it
will buy more here than anywhere
else. Don't forget the place, corner
Ann and Gree.ie street, near the City
Hall. !

NATURE CURES, THE
DOCTOR TAKES THE FEE.
There is an old saying that "Na-
ture cures, tne doctor takes the fee,"
but as everyone knows you can help'
Nature very much and thereby en-
able it to effect a cure in niuchhless
time than is usually required. This
is particularly true of colds. Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy relieves the
lungs, ,liquifles the tough mucus and
aids in its expectoration, allays tnhe
cough and aids Nature in restoring
the system to a healthy conditionn.
Obtainable everywhere. a2

NOTICE.
I am starting work on the 1917
ax roll for Monroe County, and all
persons, firms or corporations hav-
ing taxable property, -whether real
or personal, can receive blanks from
his office to make their returns
hereon. Make your returns and file
hem with me not later than April
lest, 1917, in the County Court House.
HOWARD J. SAWYER.
Tax Assessor Monroe County,- Fla.
Key West, Fla., Feb. 7th, 1917.
feb7-tf


-- IMITATION 1
To have a fine healthy complexion SINCEREST FLATTERY
-tie liver must be active, the bowels but like counterfeit money the imita-
regular and the blood pure. All this ,tion has not the worth of the origin.
Is brought about by using HERBINE. ral. Insist on "La Creole" Hair
It thoroughly scours the liver, stom- Dressingj-t's the original. Darkens
ach and bowels, puts the body in fine your hair in the natural way, hbut
condition and restores that clear, pink contains no dye. Price $1.00. a2
and white complexion so much de.
sired by ladies. Price 50c. Sold by R heum atis
all druggists. a2 I eu a s


Grocers: Why pay ten to twelve
centc per pound for wrapping paper
when you can buy old newspapers at
two cents per pound at this office, la
twenty-five "pnd let. tf


is completely washed out of the system by
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Pos-
ively guaranteed by money-back offer.
Tstes nnee costs a trifle. Delivered any-
where by our K.q West Distributors,
Curry Pharmcy. Phone them


Mrs. Sidney Drew, who rcostara witl her liuslnnil In Metro.
Drew comedies, Is (considered one of tlih iiost liutilifil and tnlentcd
wnmen appearing on the screen. Before Mr. Drew undertitkes to
make one of hu1s releases, lie submits it to his wife, wsho arranisi
tie settings., anid sees hlint the story Is adalpted to thie tiitnts It f
her husbalid. .Mrs. Drew dunrlii thile inst six months lias directed
the work of tlie Mletro-Irem conedhs andi Is coisitderled 0110e I' tlhe
best women directors ln nmutloni pictures.
"*


EMILY TEVENSIWMO L 7 .INtqD7.t


S Emil" Stevens, who rcturt (fM il:e screen uis a :M'ro !. f
MatniiItent production, for n: I se i, to 'w id
m ec m li r o f 1 1 t I hWyl i it .l l t h 'a : .1 I' ,: ",,' ; r .
Mitnire Mlhdderni ,lse n anl a dait I;;- r ;I 'of P ': I. I'. ( -
Enmiun liddprt. b tat of m :'o"i r i aI'l<';( in 1' 6 lII mo,
Anmerican drail',i. <, wt. T''" I'" fn f .'" r : v i';'t hl' '- is i
Miss Sotevens I t(Io i n!(,r it to I.o (':ld "Oi'. t::u ."


WII l


rAaNIS'.a ou.nr srl ANS uN.V7tK-' V ,r- l ir uiS.l.KL o,.LL .
One of the prettiest scens In Metro's serial, "The Great Serret,"
Is In the tenth chapter when, after Beverly Clarke (lteerly Itayne)
has made use of the Inarge fortune left to her, site receives Williamn
Montgomery Strong, (Francis X. Bishman) inl her palatial bome.
She Is sitting at a piano playing an old melody whpn Strong, who
has learned to love her in risking i|ai life for her sake, declares his
affection. But after the scene more perils threaten the young pair,
and than the great secret which Is hidden in the last chapter of the
serial begins slowly to unfold Itself.
COMING AT SAN CARLOS.






The exp ant Mother should I. g Uo those things wiel WMl keep
h hethy and pretty mother. ER'S FRIEND" is a preparation
prepared especially forexpectamsimthers. The muscles expand easier. The
breasts are keptin good condit Muh conifo is ad throughout the

ot itod. T 2t a t wear of the
bay.It s.Ther in FIND that direct help all
exretant mother eed.
3RADPIEW *MTO3 1 AW 10 6W 1111" .3Mg, Atlast., G* .


_ ______ ~ ___


,r If yynicough all night you got no
S rest, no~oos anyone else in the
.f house. within reach a bottle of
S BAL LAl HOREHOUND SYR TP.
< It is theIy to stop the tickling
.11 ]which c the cough, whenever it
appears. e 26c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. y all druggists. a2
Have y een the tapestry library
Stable coverS at V. Menendez. Some-
thing new, beautiful designs. f12.tf
I 'A valuable dressing for flesh
wounds, burns, scalds, s s, rash,
chafed skin, is BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT. It is both healing and
antiseptic, Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. a2
What makes today's store ads
of especial interest is bhe fact that
they deal with today's buying prob-
lems.
DON'T SNIFLE!


You can rid yourself of that cold
in the head by taking Laxative
Quinidine Tablets. Price 25c. Also
used in cases of La Grippe and for
.severe headaches. Remember thau.
a2
4 -- ---
Business men expect that efficient
lople, seeking positions, will ad-
vertise-for that is the business
way!
he womanT who studies buynir!
pitlems---gets all the light and help
v can find in the advertisements-

SWHAT IS



AX-FOS
tLAX-FOS iS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
CATHARTIC AND UVER TONIC
LA-PFOS is not a Secret or Patent Medi-
cine but is composed of the following
old-fashioned roots and hers:
OASOARA BARK
BLUE FLAG ROOT
RHUBARB ROOT
BLACK ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
SENNA LEAVES
AND PEPSIN
In LAx-FoB the CASCARA is Improved by
the addition ef these digestive ingredi-
ents making it better than ordinary CAB-
CA A, and thus the combination acts mot
only asa stimulating laxative and cathar-
tic but also as adigestive and livertonic.
Sytp laxatives are weak, but LAX-FPo
combines strength with pl table, aro-
matic taste and does nat .ripe or disturb
the stomach. One bottle will prove
I .AZFog is invteaable for Conatidto,
Indigestion or pri Liver. Pt s.e


4


lien's Foot-Ease for tI Troops,
Many it z.ii Im ihoIpt hla hbivn if I-d, A;l,:u'.
PFot 'Dsr, thio tititiii lio powder, for 1i., t: rni if
tlii troops Bhiakiti ilnto the shoes aii(l spri:.Ild ln
thiu lot-hinat, Allen's Foot-Baae gives romt and
(,i fiort, tukes the friction from the alsu, and
proverta tlihu feet getting tired or foot-sore. Drug
and Delpartunnt Stores everywhere sell it, 9ce.
Don't accept any eubs tuUt Try It to-day.
Wor.,'.t should take an interest in
the ads of men's clothing just to be
sure that their husbands or brothers
are not neglecting the clothes-ques-
tion.



Eczema
for 1s years the standard remedy for ll% kin
diseases. A liquid used eterally. I rtant
relief from itch. See, 0o and 1.00. YOri moner
back If the first bottl e eso1 0ot bral 7o0
relief. Ask alm about D. D. ap
KEY WEST DRUG CO., COR. SIM
ONTON AND FLEMING STREETS.

The store ads do not urge you to
buy they enable you to know what
to buy.
BREAD) WITHOUT
SALT IS TASTELESS.
A medicine chest without Mhgic
Arnica Liniment is useless. Best of
al! linimernltt for sprains, swellings,
bruises, rheumatism and neuralgin.
Three sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00. k2
The what-to-give problem prob-
ably still interests you. Got ideas
aInd suggestions from today's ads.

MfWONfRUFL51D
M AYo REMEUt


Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of
the Stomach and Intestines, Auto-
intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Ap-
pendicitis and other fatal ailments
result from Stomach Trouble. Thou-
sands of Stomach Sufferers owe
their complete recovery to Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy. Unlike any
other for Stomach Ailments. For
sale by druggists everywhere.
"White Sales"-the delight of all
women-are store events nowadays.
The woman who can find no inter-
est in an ad of a "white goods sale"
is-ill I

CUT THIS OUT-
IT IS WORTH MONEY
DON'T MISS'THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
2865 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, Ill.,
writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive in return a
trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for coughs,
colds and, croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Curry
Pharmacy. T. T. 8.
The "bargain hunter" has evolved
into the intelligent buyer for the
home-the woman who exercises as
much ability in expending money as
Is required In hearing it.


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SAN CARLOS THEATRE
Every Day Is Extraordinary Day


THE COUNTRY 00D FORGOT
A Five Reel Feature


THRU THE WALL
A Six Reel Feature

TOMORROW

A Daughter of the Poor Bes Love
i..
P ig IN* and Tumble Coz*1y
i IoA* ;..I .



SNAPPY SPECIALS FOR EASTER
striped and lowered Voile, special 'at -,----, -,--------- lOc
mbroidered Voile, eleiaft quty, ppi "i 7alt;, als Alluair to match
WhiLe Organdies, in stripes and figu-es, special at ------.-------- 25c
Bleaching, special at 8-12 1-2c and t'he best grade at 15c
Unbleached Cotton, special at ------------.....---------... .....----------. --.9c
Children's 1Underwear, slips 19-25 and ---------------- ---------.......... 39c
Drawers, 15-19 and --------------------------.----------------- 29c
Infants' and Children's Sox 12 1-2-15.-19 and 25c, all silk lisle, plain, also
white with colored tops.
A beautiful line of Men's and Boys' Ties, latest sport designs at 25 and
50c, also Washable Ties at 20 and- ----.- --_ --... -..- 25c
Hats for small boys, in straw, checks and stripes, special at 25 and 50c
SMAiRT MILLINERY-Received a new shipment Sport and Tailor
Hats. Also a pretty lot of Misses' and Children's Trimmed Hats.
Our Pattern Hats for ladies, always take the lead.
THE MODERN STORE


GRAND EASTER SALE


AT MENDELL'S


THE HUB STORE

612 DUVAL ST.

I have just returned from the
SNortrhen Markets, and with the
prices]on alljmerchandise high
enough to reach the Skies, I
Shave secured by contract a big
stock at low prices. Therefore I
am willing to give the benefit
of this purchase to my custom-
ers and will offerlthe same for
tnis EASTER SALEIbeginning
now and continuing until East-
er. ~ Come EarlvJand Avoid the
Rush. ,



THE HUB STORE

Wmn. Mendell Prop.


612 Duval St.


Phone 347


W ------ ---; -- ---.-- --.---I---, --- I I II'-w>--

JOHN LOWE, JR, SONS
Dealer' in General Merchandise
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Shingles
and Laths, Walter's Galvanized Shingles, Alpha
Portland Cement, Congo Rubber Rooflng, Keystone
+, Galvanized Nails, Carey's Cement Roofing.
fB. B. Davis 100 Per Cent Paints and Oils.


ITY NATOIHCII T.
CIlI COUUINUIL 1Washinton, D. C., April 8, 1917.
S-FLORIDA Generaly fair to.
A AUm za night and Wednesday, cooler in
l inin III ll iii northeast and central portions to-
lIIUUI rL hi niht Mbderate variable winds.
variable winds, except fresh north
Ar Iq ~l r T ~winds off Caro!na coast. ,
EAST GULF Moderate variable
OF PRESIDENT/ d Ke2_. ,1
--- I WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The City Counil in special es- .
sion last night tendered the Unita d o 3a Florida,. p le 97h
OStates government the entire re. -The Lake region disturbance has
.Oources of the cit, and pledged the slsappskrqd after causing lightrain
,pof of KtIhe?% not to Preaident over the Atlantic coast from ainqe
1, s onr in the crisis now threatening to Georgiar, where cloudy weather
the nation. continues this morning.
The following telegram was for- Another disturbance is moving in
warded to Washington last night. '~rom' te, Southern ,Rocky Mountain
President of the Unted State, sturbance is aprentlyen
Wa n D C. ra in Colorado, and uer it in-
es tle City of w We-t fluence increasing cloudiness j: and
that ,e i .policy .-othe Presi- warmq,.weatho. are reported,' fro
dent .* the United, StatesW is hereby the wrdtern -dstriato. ,
/tully endorse : VW .offer all the as- .'E6vin"1 eaastportheasat .e gl
distance in our power and the re- pressure yesterday 6ver the ce ra
p feea"f the cIty.to the President Plains states is now over the Ohic
S or~e .r he may call for the same.V y. vl And in connetton t' re
A. H. McINNIS,. with it is colder ov the Lowel
st President City Council. Lkeos Ohiod vileyt af Tonnidsee
Attest: .and the middle Atlahtic states, ant
id3HAS. S. WILLUAMS 'thence southward# temperature hav.
'/ -. CtyClerk. I fallen 15 degrees to 25 degrees
i ty. ... ..over the Lower Lakes, Ohio valley
Sand middle Atlantic states.
(Mi~ll lrn' r The weather is unseasonably coo
from the Great Lakes southward t<
SIII U O U I the Gulf of Mexico.
M Moderate window, mostly northeast
SI in II 'e:rly, are looked for tonight and Wed
i III IU I"U II II I nesdy over the Florida Keys.
I UylUUL H. B. BOYER,
UUU THWIET EA eYteorologist
8UUTR TWE '1' EADY FUR WAR
IITO BE SHOWN 1New York, April 3.-Ex-presi
dent Taft, returning after what h
San e de t aid was the most strenuous journe;
As an evidence of the progressive he has taken since he was president
a irit of A. 04urelio Torros, of the asserted that the people of the so.th
San Carlos .Theater, ho has made a west are ready for war, and that th
contract with one of the large moving United States must enter the con
picture compares, whoreby the peo- flict wholeheartedly. 'he country
.ple of Key West will have an oppor- in his opinion, will stand united:
tunity of seeing the children of the behind the president in whatever
Schools of the city at play. action he, with the consent of con
[ The representativeof the company gress, thifiks advisable to take.
-with Mr. Torres, visited the Harris __________----
School where 1a82 feet of film were The United States of America
made. The Division Street High Southern District of Florida,
School was next visited and in this WHEREAS, on the 27th day o
institution 247 feet of entertaining March, 1917. the United States b'
and excellently executed film was its Proctor H. S. Phillips, filed it
Ssed. At the Institute 156 feet were libel in the District Court of th
made, and three of the pupils of the Upited States for the Southern Dis
'Kindergarten were posed before the trlct of Florida, against one bird o
camera. These juvenile screen artists a radise feather, in a cause of for
were little Mistress Florence Sander- oeitur, ,Civil.
'son, daughter of f. and Mrs. C. W. AN WHEREAS, by virtue of pro
Sanderson; little Mistross Virginia cess in due form of law, to me dl
TOrros, daughter of t and Mrs. A. rted, retunobl on the 11tb day 'o
;.rolo Torres, 'and MAster Henry Apnii,1. 17,,I.hhav *eiieod and take:
oilt .-Taylora "oungeo4 son of the uwid one bird of 'paradise fdatheo
soMrs.H. 11 Taylor, and have it in my eubtod.
The little seen wAs probably one ICE ISHREB GIVEN
of the most Ipterebting ever made of tht a .District Court will be held 'I
children wk h.ad 'nevr been trained the Vnited States Court Room, in
little Mistress Sanderson walks gf said promises, and th6 owner or
e (ero"s stage" and to the lips of o oner,-and all persons who may
i lushing Mater Taylor, presses her have or claim any interest, are here.
'ttle pouti life in a kies of child- 1y cited to be and 4 t ar at the
i ood' friends ime and plqce aforesaid, to show
Mr. Faulhaber, cameraman and suse,if. any they have, why a final
representing the Faleraff Co., stated eree should not pass as prayed.
thit the scene was one of the most NATHAN H. BOS .ELL,
charming that he had ever had the i U. S. Marshal
pleasure of filming and assured Mr. ,By JAMES H. CURTIS.
Torres that extraordinary care would Office Deputy' U.,.S. Marshal.,
be taken in developing the negative ........
,and printing the film, so as to ac-
centuate every detail of the scone. TO ISOLATE FORMER EMPEROR
In all of the schools each class was "--
filnod, so that parents of the chil.- Petrograd, April 8, via London.-
Idron as well as the children them- Orders have been issued by the Rus-
serves will be enabled to seeo every sian provisional governm"ni fc- -'
pupil in each institution at play. transfer to the fortress of Sts. Pe r
From the schools the photographer and Paul of all personages now with
was taken to the turtle wharf, where the deposed Emperor at Tiarakne.
150 feet of film was taken of the Selo. Thus the ex-Emperor anid cx-
turtles in the water, boys riding Empress will be completely isolated
'le back and other interesting scenes.
..A "fish scene" 60 feet in length was VISITING THE FRONT.
also taken which will also add to the' .1-J
interest of the film.. [,ondon, April' 8.-Prince Lvoff
According to the Faleraff Co. rep- theRussianPremier, and allth
resentative the film wilbe ready for Ather members of the provisional
rn orsntirngin ut 15 dna y A' .wIl government, left Petrograd Sunday
na few p bk i be in Key West in visit general headquarters ac the
a Myfew k stated y.. s y tha front, a Reuter dispatch from Petro-
spocil arrangements will be made _nce ___
or affording the school children and WANTFA D A MUSIC
their parent. an opportunity ox wit- PUPILS. APPLY TO MISS FLOR.
ns"g the film, announ ments of SSNCE BALL, CARE OF U S. BAR
date to be mae later. ,RACKS "0-t
Although Mr. Tomes hls gone to. "A KS. dlO-tf
great expense in having, the pIcture The richest and meet delicious
made, his love for. the children and .. .s n" mos d'e- "t'i
his deep interest in educational mat- I n. .. in theity A "is 6 tuttil
rr, prompted him to make the ex-. 682 Daa ste e t. t" i
Tonightue benefit for the scholar- 1 r. .
ship fund the P 05. f A. will' Dr. Wn. P. Kemp, dental ,aor
be given and the offer g will be geen. corner Margaret and Fleama
"Trough the Wall' with Nell Ship- streets. Office hours 9 to 13 en
Uaft odWl.lliau 'uncan. Aleo he 'l;30 to 5. Phone M8. t.
Satfeatuate "Theo Country Tht, ________ '___
Forgot,'' with Mary Charleson
Ge Fo..aett. S PECIALS1
., -0**o- .. .


I There is hardly a neighborhood In '...... ..
Ta city town or haieot in the WIT VOILE, 40 INCHES,
vuted itatee where women cannot SHORT LENGTH ..-..--... o10
be found who have derived benefl DRIIB GOODS, IN WHITER
from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeatable VALUES UP TO Ne AT PER
eopound. For more than forty ..
yers this botanic remedy has been YARD .-.----- 1
overcoming srie of the worst case GINGHAM BJBST QUALITY -.. 0
of smale. ils. A. one woman I PERCALE, YARD WIDE, BEST
found help she has told another, wo QUAWLIrT.v .
has used it with the same result;
so the use of thisl great medicine has 'BROWN COTON, YARD* WIDIV
spread from shOre to shore by the YARDS FOR ............. e
reconmmendation of those who have LACES AND INSERTIONS,
found it good. Therefore, ask your VALUES UP 'I0 10, AT PER
ne ighbbr, let her tell you from ex- YA--- 8e -
perene the benefit which ailing YARD ---. -----------
women derive from the use of this LADIES' SKIRTS, IN WRTE,
ramoug medicine. 8ES UP TO 36 WAIST, FROM
Mlme. A. Beecher 1
Fashlonsble Dreumaldng -... ---
Wb Ute No Store Patterns
Threore Correctn n Fitting KI ll
619 FLEMING STREET. 1. KIRCI IK
Next to Dr. Ca Off6 De.VA ST
A. wea P .-Deling 706 DUVAL ST.
Syktem Used xtvely.


Monroe Theatre

The Classy House for Classy People

TODAY .

Blue Bird Presenti, I



SWith I l Be; Turpinpn THE B T I R'S

;r IOHTMARE 2 Reei c~4y
Seorg&d Ovey In JERRY'S BRIL4 T WSC ,ME
Tomorrow-CASTLE FOR TWO
D11 With Marie Doro



: Beautiful Millinery now
ii- on Display at the
BOSTON STORE
! We want the particular Ladies to
ry Visit this Store-.
_ And examine the beautiful lines of Ready-made
Waists in all the latest makes. Fancy and Sport
a, Skirts The largest assortment of skirtings, the bet-
f ter kind, and a very large display of children's white
y dresses Appropriate for Easter,
e A CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU.

THE BOSTON STORE
St ,. Mrs. R. Weititraub,


16 .` i, Drudgqy fades to
Tr 'M t m Cusar t a MA W
S -. you banish the hot
Iron stove and use an
a [Ofl Elrctric Iron.
I Attach the plug,
turn the switch,
Sand by the time
L you are ready for
the Iron, the Iron
S1is ready for the
wprk.
Try on4 and be
convinced.
mo.' Telephone 16 to-
day for one.,
The 'Key West Electrie Company
m lm I LII--- I Iil


I. *

HOT WATER,

QUICK AS A

WINKI

At the turn of

A Faucet '


See Window Display,

Key We st Gas Go.



SMART MILLINERY
IF SYOU ARE IN SEARCH OF YOUR EASTER HAT, COMB
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