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Title: Key West Citizen
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Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: March 8, 1923
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THE,


KEY


WEST


MEMBER OF THE A 880CIATED PRESS


CITIZEN


VOLUME XLIX. No. 108. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1923. PRICE FIV CEN
ii ____________--__________-____


)TRADE PROSPECTS


BRIGHT IN BRITAIN"


---MINISTEROF LABOR


Sir Montague Barlow Sees Optimistic
Turn and British Revival


Of Trade

(By Associated Press)
LONDON, March 8.-Sir Montague Barlow, the Minister
of Labor, struck an optimistic note on the prospects of a re-
vival in trade when speaking recently in Birmingham.
"I do begin to see a little daylight," he said. "There are
indications that we are weathering the storm. Frankly I do
not want the process to be too rapid. If it were I would be
afraid that it was merely effervescent. Improvement is go-
ing on steadily in a manner which makes me hopeful. No one
can tell what the effect of certain political changes on he
continent may be, but apart from that it seems that we are
climbing the hill steadily, and, although the way is hard, we
shall safely reach the summit."
The retailers of ,Enrglad also feel_--------
hopeful as to the f1.ure, .... ' "' I
"A state of hope for better things I
rather than actual fulfillment is vi E EATHWR j
tually the position of trade today,"
is the way the Retailers' Association .. -
sums up the retailers point of view The following report of weather
of the trading outlook. It is added, conditions and temperatures'Was is-
however, that the optimistic feeling sued today by the United States
bids fair to be translated into busi- Weather Bureau Station i Key
ress in the early future. West. It covers the weathet taken
4 t 8 a. m. today and reports the
"JAIL STORMERS" lowest temperatures last night:
"JAILtu STORMERS son I Tom.
TRIAL Abilene (cloudy)...............40
TO FACE AL Atlanta (clear) ............ ....
Bo ton (clear) ................. ......... 16
AT l TOMOADD Il rBuffalo (cloudy) ............. ..... 10
518 IV VIV VIM g Charleston (clear) ..............44


iW W LYNCH Ato

VALATKA, March .-Judge J.
'C. Cathoan of the countx ezurt set
the trial of the thirteen men, held
for their alleged implication in the
storming of the Putnam county jail
eadly Friday in an attempt to remove
Arthur Johnson, negro, for 10
'o'clock tomorrow morning.
None of the men has been able
ito furnish the $15,000 bond fixed
by Judge Calhoun.
Johnson, who now is confined In
the Jail at Jacksonville, was accused
of the murder at Gainesville Febru-
ary 24 'of H. C. Cross of Albfty.
Ga,, an employee of the state road
department. Seve-al ofe'those hold
in the Putnam 'cbtity jail on three
charges in connection with the storm-
ing of the jail are road department
employes. Announcement was
made at the department today that
every male employee at Gainesville
would be discharged and re-employ-
ed only when he had proved he did
not participate in the jail attack.


a loudy) .............r.......... 40
s Wuro (cler) ......................... 18
Jacksonville (lear) ................ 42
KEY WEST (leudr) ................ 67
Loulsvlle (pt. cloudy) .............. 80
Miami (clear) ...........k............. 0
New Orleans (clea)............. 48
New York (clear) ...................... S22
St. Louis (snowing) ......... ......... 82
Tampa (clear) ................... .......... 48
Washingtoen (clear) ......... .......... 80
Williston (pt. cloudy) ............... 10
FLORIDA CATTLE N
MEET NEXT WEEK
UNUSUAL R GRAM
DLAND, Mach ,- e fourth
annual meeting of the Cattle Raisers'
Assocaition of Florida will be held
here Tuesday and Wednesday, March
13-14, with a number of strong
speakers on the program, and Presi-
dent Garret Murphy in the chair. A
feature of the program will be a
rodeo on Wednesday afternoon, in
which cowboys will take characteris-
tic parts.


Western Union Co.

Increases Office

And Equipment Here

WESTERN UNION TRAFFIC ENGINEER PRAISES
LOCAL STAFF AND EQUIPMENT AT KEY
WEST-CHANGES W ILL BE MADE IMMEDI,
" ATELY.

Owing to increased business through the local Western
Union Telegraph office, facilities will be increased consider-
ably and the office enlarged within a short time, it was an-
nounced here late yesterday, by C. S. Crowder, traffic en-
gineer qf the company, who spent yesterday in the city look-
ing over the local situation.
The traffic department of the local has not yet seen an office on his trip
office will be' moved to the aseond so far which surpasses it.
story of the building on Greene street The statement made by Mr.
which' the company now occupies. Crowder that the facilities will be
The first floor of the building will enlarged here was gladly received bj
be used by the commercial force only, the employes of the company as the
including the manager, local branch has been handicapped
Mr. Crowded, who i onn an epe- ror lack of room.
V60 trip of all Westem Vnion com- Atl i b.
pany holdings, was much Impressed J W' Atkins I soble manager.
with the loudal office and regarded it while E. 0. Hyder/, is office manager
ae a me- a office. He declares he of the local branml.


Irish Republican

Chief Of Staff Is

Captured Today


TAKEN


PRISONER


NEAR GLEN ASHERLOW


WHERE NATIONAL PEACE OVERTURES
SPURNED BY REPUBLIC .NS

(By Associated Press)
BERFAST, March 8.-"Con" Maloney, Republican chief
of staff, has been captured in Glenn Aherlow, it was an-
nounced here today.
Maloney was the successor of Liam Deasy.
It was at Glen Aherlow, last month, where peace offers
were made while Maloney was a prisoner of the National
army.
At that time the Republicans rejected the National peace
overtures.

TENNESSEE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE

TO RESIGN; WILL PROMOTE OIL COMPANY

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, March. 8.-C. H. Huston, of Tennessee,
assistant secretary of commerce, is expected to resign in the
near future to accept the presidency of a world commerce
corporation, a new body being organized in New York and
Pittsburgh.
The purpose of the commerce corporation is principally
to acquire control of the oil lands in Venezuela and Central
Ameri*a, as well as to establish a shipping service to market
their product.

GERM REPORTED NOW BUYING UP

4* Rau t ,

LONDON, Macph 8.-.GermAin alnady has acquired a
large part of the United States shipping board fleqt whieh is
being sold as a result of the defeat of President Harding's
ship subsidy bill, the Daily Mail states.
The Northcliffe papers give as an instance the fact that
the Harriman group has acquired, for theo North German
Lloyd Company, six combined passenger and cargo steamers,
ranging from eight to ten thousand tons, destined for South
American trade.
Hugo Stinnes has bought twelve vessels ranging from
four to eight thousand tons, comprising the shipping board's
Baltic and Mediterranean fleets.

JAPANESE 'ERIEMARU' UNDER OWN STEAM

CHURNS HER WAY OFF ROCK; MINUS CARGO
------ ~-m --m l mm
The Japanese Steamer "Erie- before she was able to pull off the
|maru," under her own steam, late bar.
today, was off the coral bar on The Wrecking Tug "Relief,"
.. .r. e, w r l which left this city at 3 o'clock to
Colorado Reef, where she grounded go to the assistance of the ship, re-
yesterday, it was announced here ceived a wireless from the steamer
thi. afternoon. The cargo of the stating that she was off the bar and
was proceeding to her destination.
"Eriemrar" was thrown overboard The "Relief" rotutned to port.

IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL SERVICES OF

THE LATE JUDGE W. HUNT HARRIS

Beneath a rose-covered mound in Key West Cemetery
lies all that is mortal of the late Judge W. Hunt Harris.
Throngs who gathered at the cemetery yesterday afternoon
to pay homage to the late jurist, benefactor and friend stood
with bowed heads as the casket was lowered into its last
resting place.
The funeral procession, which was one of the largest in
the history of the Island City, moved forward from the late
residence of the judge on Caroline street at. 4.25 o'clock.
The impressive rites of the Episcopal Church were held
over the body at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Rev. C. R. D.
Crittenton officiated.
"Abide With Me" was sweetly sung by Miss Alleen
Werner, of New York.
As the funeral procession moved forward from the church
to the City Cemetery, citizens thronged the streets on either
side, evidence of the high esteem in which the well-known
criminal Jhdge and citizen was held by the entire community.
At the City Cemetery, following the ceremonies of the
church, fellow members of the Anchor.Lodge and the P. O. S.
of A. took charge of the services and conducted a most touch-
ing and impressive ceremony. Serves of other lodges were
suspended owing to the lateness of the hour.
In the cortege were members of the police department,
Boy Scouts, Patriotic Order Sons of America, Patriotic Daugh-
ters of America, Elks, Masons, Cuban Order Odd Fellows,
Knizghts of Pythias. !
The following acted as pallbearers: Frank H. Ladd, B.
L. Owooms, R. B. Gilbert, Charles Roberts, Juan Carbonell,
Frted Trtvor anid H. a. Taylos


NEGRO EX-CONVICT


SHOOTS 5, ESCAPES;


HUNTED BY POSSE

All Five Victims Are Believed Severely


Wounded---Sixth


Victim Dies


Shock While Ill

(By Associated Press)
NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 8.--Sam Haston, broth-
er of the Secretary of State, Haston's mother and sister,
Tullus Trodgon and a fifth unidentified man, were shot
and seriously wounded at the family home three miles
from Spencer early this morning.
Lewis, who escaped after the shooting, was being
pursued by an armed posse of neighboring farmers and
deputies.
The Haston family were sitting up with Haston's
wife who was critically ill and who died at 9 o'clock this
morning, a few hours after the shooting.


SOVIET EXPORTS GRAIN

IN HEAVILY LADEN SHIPS






STATES GRAIN


1I


i,


(By Assooiated Press)
MOSCOW, March &-Russian ships loaded with
grain for western Europe may steam out of Soviet har-
,or at the same time that American ships, likewise
laden with grain for the Russian famine sufferers, steam
into Russian ports, unless present plans of the Soviet
government are changed.
The Russian authorities, largely interested at this
time in the building up of future agricultural and indus-
trial possibilities, anticipate that they will be able to ex-
port even more foodstuffs than they are asking such
foreign organizations as the American Relief Adminis-
tration to import. They explain the apparent incon-
sistencies of this plan by the statement that the outgoing
foodstuffs are private property, and that, to be consider-
ed in their new policy of permitting private initiative,
they cannot confiscate this food for famine needs, even
though they have to request that food be sent into Rus-
sia to prevent thousands of deaths from starvation.
-. >0 Export Grain Private Property
The grain for export, they say, is
WEATHER FORECAST the property of various co-operative
WEATHER FORECAST societies accumulated by them from
individual peasants who, in some
WASIrTINGTON, Mar. 8.- *fruitful regions, had a surplus above
Florida: Fair tonight and Fri- their own needs. This surplus was
Sday; little change in tempera- consigned to the societies to be ex-
ture.
South Atlantic: Fresh nort i changed abroad for implements and
South Atlantic Fresh north e other articles which the peasants
and northeast winds. must have, but cannot secure in Run-
East Gulf: Moderate to fresh 8sin.
northeast and east winds. Asked why the government does
* not help its own people when there
CC C C C * C C C is sufficient food in the country to
!feed the entire populace, instead of
continuing to plead for American
"U S. LABOR NOT and other foreign aid, one official
said that if the salable surplus of
the peasant were taken away from
him this year, he probably would not
F OR RUHl COAL raise any more grain than he abso-
w n H r lately needed for himself next sea-
M I FS "The government had to abandon
the policy of requisitioning supplies
NO AMERICAN NEGROES TO BE from the peasants two years ago,
TRAUPORnTED ,T t ,L THE tand to encourage them to plant more


IW" l iE VA V rlewr i-1na
FRENCH IN INDUSTRIAL EX-
RLOITATIO&
(By Associated' Press)
NEW YORK, March 8.-"I can
see pno hope of helping France in
the exploitation of Ruhr coal mines,"
Harry V. Dougherty, government
specialist in furnishing labor to 'in-
dustrial concerns.
Hitherto, Dougherty would not col-
firm nor deny report that United
States nesroes were to be transport-
ed to France for work In the Ruhr
c,.al 10.loa.


(Continued on Page Eight)

AMUSEMENTS
MONROE THEATRE
TODAY-Guty Post in "Omar, the
Tentmaker."
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY-
"The Pride of Palomar."
STRAND THEATRE
TODAY-"The. Bishop of the


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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

T11'rI ('ITIZN 1SIIAn IsiINGs CO.
I,. 1'. AIITrAN, (enerni Manager
l':iitered at Iey W.st, Fla., as second class matter
Mei,,tler tf the AesOclnteed 1'rex
The ,1 . ;I'rr ss is t'xclusivelyv ntltled to use for
wreiillic tiic (,f all t i'ws dilsntehl's credited to It or
not (othr'wi',-' (.riltt d in tih s pitper aild also the
liI'il inii s ipublisheid li'er( ln.
SI'11SCIIl'TIO% 1iATIS
Ono Y.ir ..... .... ..... ......... ...I....... $10.00
S M t h .... ..... .. . .. .. .. .. .00
Three Minths ... ..... ........ .. . .. ......... 2.50
Week l y ...................... 20
AIVERTIl.NGS HATi.S
D ispla a y, t 'r Inch ..... . ............ .......... ..... .. ............... $ .30
Readers lrvviir, per Inch . .............. .................... o80
Notl,'et, nonpareil, per Inch ...................................... 1.00
Cards of thanks, rtorlutlons of respect itndl obituary
aotices, other than those which thi, paper may give as
a mat tr of news, %i %iI tie chargedd for at the rate of 6
esent litine.
Notice of church and sorcity :in(l all other enter-
tailnrnents from which ;a y'.rvt-ni, Is to bt. derlved, will
be charged for at the rate of 5 cents a line.
The Coit in is kin open fcritm and Invitem discussion
of ptil ti issues and subject; of local r gt general lnter-
gt, tnt It will not pulliih fllonyllmotis ?omminlncations.

Tht- pce-,sijiis is a pitiful pest.

A Crank is running for city ,-ommikssinner in
rensac ola.

Two, may live as cheaply as one, but thcy r.ever
live so peacefully.

The only kind of friend wcrth havitig is the kind
you gvt for nothing.

A wonumn is as old ias she looks; a man is old
when he quits looking.

Some men have to whet their appetites, others
are afflicted with dry throats.

A lot of people will never enjoy life until they
can earn money as easily as they spend it,


The German mark has decreased so that it is
only a mark. Soon it will be merely a speck.
--..........

Admitting that you are wrong, and then getting
right, is the greatest of stimulants to character.


Charlie and Pola Make Up. Headline in Havana
Telegram. What's remarkable about that. That's
their daily task.


Always pay attention to very quiet people be.
cause they are usually a triumph of mind over chat.
ter.-Fort Myers Press.


According to records, only about 30 out of every
100 automobile owners know their own license num-
bers. Quick now, what's yours?


Though 102, Charles Quick, Vancouver saddler,
is daily on the job. "And I shall be until I die," he
says. "It's work that makes a man happy."


Whipping convicts is a violation at least. of the
spirit of the constitution, and leasing them is the
same. Let's get rid of this abominable practice in
Florida.


JUDGE WILLIAM HUNT HARRIS

In the passing of Judge William Hunt Harris, this
community and the country hereabouts generally,
suffer a distinct loss. As judge of this county,
Judge Harris' niche will undoubtedly be satisfactorily
filled. As a benefactor, a friend and legal adviser,
however, Key West's merchants, Key West's citizens
will probably find no other to take his place.
In a business way, the late Judge Harris was a
man of extraordinarily sound judgment and keen in-
tellect--a diplomat as well as a capable lawyer who
successfully smoothed out many a tangle in the busi-
mess problems of this city. It was his ability to pre-
vent litigation to the mutual satisfaction of all con-
cerned that marked him as a man of no small im-
portance in the steady develtipmntt and progress of
this community.
Nor was he less popular socially, with the
children and the needy of the community. Few men
have ever lived in Key West \\ho took such keen pride
in their social and business relationship.
Judge Harris was a perfect model of industry
and good cheer. Only in the' conscious;ress of having


done what was upright and for the betterment of the
community did he accept his greatest reward.
In joining with the family in their sad bereave-
ment we can pay the late Judge Harris no higher
tribute than to quote the words of Stanley which the
judge loved and adhered to in life:
"He has achieved success who has lived well,
laughed often, and loved much; who has gained the
respect of intelligent men and the love of little chil-
dren; who has filled his niche and accomplished his
tank-who has left the world better than he found
It, whether by an improved poppy, a perfect poem,
or a rescued soul; who has never lacked appreciation
of earth's beauty or failed to express it; who has al-
ways looked for the best in others and given the best
he had; whose life was an inspiration; whose memory
a benediction,"


MAKING AMERICAN CITIZENS

Many- people are prattling about Americaniza-
tion of foreigners who come to this country, without
knowing what they are talking about, especially if
their proposals ir methods are observed and studied,
says the Florida Times Union.
These amateur Americanizers propose schemes and
purposes, at times actually put them in operation, to
Americanize foreigners, that, if anything thereby is
accomplished, results in preventing foreigners, who,
under proper handling, might and would become good
Ainerican citizens, from becoming such.
Last Sunday newspapers carried a news dis-
patch, from Chicago, telling of what has been ac-
complished, through practical Americanization work,
among employes of half a dozen utility companies
that are under the management of Samuel Insull,
one of the big employers of labor. A survey of the
results of that work has been completed and shows,
according to the report as published, that "99.79 per
cent of the employes of these companies are either
American citizens or have signified their intention
to become such by taking out naturalization papers."
These six public service companies employ a to-
t:al of 24,214 men whose places of employment are
in fifteen states, They are largely laborers em-
ployed in gas, electric, railway and other public utility
a enterprises.
The Chicago, North Shore and Milwaukee rail-
rand management started the work. Fifteen na-
tionalities were represented among these employes.
The work of Americanization was thus made all
the more difficult. How was it proceeded with? The
dispatch referred to says, first of all, the boarding
nnips, maintained by contractors, were abolished.
('Company camps were established, with proper housing
and sanitary accommodations. Contentment of the
men first was secured. Then followed a systematic
court: of education among the foreign-born em-
ployes, this education being along lines calculated to
assist the men in comprehending the true meaning of
(itize.-dwhip. Of the men instructed, over 30 per
cent could not speak English; 75 per cent could not
read in that language anw 25 per cent could not
road or write their own language. Thus it is to be
seen how senseless it would have been to try to drive
these foreign-born into citizenship. Wdiat was done?
Here is the answer, as given in the dt sfastch"
"The company engaged an experienced instructor
to direct the work and he was assisted by men in the
organization. Schools were fitted up in buildings
belonging to the company at various, locations along
the line. Claves were h ed on speeifie4 evening,
The first step was instruction in English. hater
English was supplemented with simple courses of
study in grammar, arithmetic and government.- Af-
ter several months of this intensive educational work
a certain day was set as 'first paper day," upon which
nll foreign employes who had not yet declared their
intentions of becoming American citizens could do
so. Arrangements were made to receive the ap-
plicants at the court-house in Waukegan, Ill., and
Kenasha, Racine and Milwaukee, Wis., and the day
was mado a gala occasion. As a result of this the
number of employes among the trackmen who were
not citizens dropped from 90 per cent to 27 per cent."
There can be no doubt of the efficiency of the
plans of Americanization above, so very briefly, out-
lined, While the work was among common laborers,
largely, it is reasonable to assume that it can be done
even more successfully, or readily, with foreigners
who are in trade and business, because they are of a
'higher order of intelligence. Surely, to employ the
boycott, as is done in some places, as a penalty for
having been in a foreign country and coming to this
to reside and live, do business and prosper, is all
wrong. It does more than anything else to cause
those against whom it is directed to keep themselves,
thereby building up class and fostering class hatreds,
retards rather than encourages these strangers with-
in our gates from becoming citizens. Why not try
the Insull plan? It, at least, has common sense t,,
recommend it.


WHAT IS ADVERTISING?

Adv ertising is a necessity. Neither you nor 1
can do without it. Babies advertise the fact that they
are hungry-by crying. Older children who can talk
adlvertise THEIR desires, likes and dislikes-by tell-
ing others about them. The voice is the only medium
they know of-as children. A singer advertises her
oinging-by singing. Folks hear her-and want more.
Husky whips the town bully. His prowess at fisti-
cuffs soon becomes generally known. Friends AD-


VERTISE him. Dad, however, must reach a wider
area in advertising his business than the human voice
can penetrate. He can TALK to but ONE customer
at a time. How can he reach them ALL, success-
fully?
Dad WRITES his message and PUBLISHES it
in a medium that REACHES those who are prospects
for the GOODS he MAKES and SELLS. Prospects
are only WAITING for that MESSAGE to learn
where they can BUY to the best advantage.
Dad's newspaper advertising CREATES sales.
The newspaper is the MEDIUM that serves both
Dad and Dad's CUSTOMER.
Are YOU looking for customers?
Then by ALL means ADVERTISE.
THAT is the only way your PROSPECTS can
find you-and BUY.


* S
* PAY THE BOYS S

* The patrons of The Citizen
* are reminded of their duty to *
* the carrier buys, regarding pay-
* ment to them for the papers eacb
* and every week. The boys *
* strive to deliver the papers with *
* regularity and ss they purchase *
* them direct from this office, 0
0 every patron who fails to pay *
* compels the boys to lose just*
* that amount. It is to be hoped *
* that all will look alter this little *
* matter each weuk as the amount *
* becomes due.
* *
* o* ** * e * *


TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES

1793-The French national con-
vention abolished imprisonment for
debt.
1799-Simon Cameron, Lincoln's
first secretary of war, burn in Lan-
caster County, Pa. Died there, June
26, 1889.
1813-Charleston, S, C., was il-
luminated in celebration of American
r..val victories over the British.
1843-Arthur Brown, one of the
first United States senators fr-omt
Utah, born at Prairie Ronde, Mich.
Assassinated in Washington, D. C.,
December 12, 1906.

1844--Expedition under John C.
Fremont reached Sutter's fort, in
California,

I 1860-James A. Hemenway, U. S.
i senator tromi Indiana, born at Boon-
ville, Ind. Died at Miami, Fla.,
Feb. 10, 1923.
I 18s. -1.', S. (Cingress appropriately
I S50,00(0i,t00 for national defense, in
view of the threatened war with
Spain.

1918-Leon Trotsky resigned as
Russian Foreign Minister.

1922-President Harding left
Washington for a weeks vacation in
Florida.

922-Secretary Hughes anntun:c-





Traent eosattaek of n Iom nt, to
e toe,fgecith "'c are
be Unal loftlly, sada Tonic, which acts
Qulekly through the Blood on the Mu.
eous urfaced, buttding up the System,
and making you less liable to "colds."
Bold by druggists for over 40 TYaes.
1P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.

FURNITURE RENOVATED

Upholstered aend Reflnished. Mat*
tresses Made Over. Mirrers Rd-
Silvered.
W. R. GEARING
328 Simonton Street. 'Phone 583
CUT THIS OUT-IT IS WORTH
MONEY

Cut out this clip enclose with 5c
and mail it to Foley & Co., 2835
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 for pains
in sides and back; rheumatism, back-
ache, kidney and bladder ailments;
and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole-
some and thoroughly cleansing cath-
artic for constipation, biliousness,
headaches, and sluggish bowels.-The
Key West Drug Co. 'Ml-lm
iN 'ItRCUIT COU ltr, STATE Oor
V'lOltIDA. EEISVENTSi JUiDICIAL
C('iRCIT, lONlOE coUNTY.--N
t'AIAN(', 1T.

i(. II, rrimr' v, t',onplninant,
VIe.
J. ni. Dotfitlln, n< arlnta t
It :pip srl'ig i)c thet' ,,rnd bill fi',t
;n the above-stated cause that J. H.
( 'nethley, the de-fendant thereli namnid,
t I t o non-resident of the Sitet' (i(f i'cr-
ioi. imidl that his residene. Is iuni nowni,
iiijal iiat he is over the age orf tit-nty.
cli.k t's; it Is therefore ,crthe red Ih'cit
:-td eii, n-residont defendant bt. cian] he
Is hprcby requlrel to Appear to the 1l11li
of cotcpla!nt filed In said cause, n ori'
before Monday, the 7th day of May,
A D. lt23, otherwise the allegations
of sald bill will be taken as confessed
by oiald defendant.
It Is further ordered that this order
be published once each week for eight
ornseoutlie weeks In The Key West
CItlisen. a newspaper published In said
County and State.
This February 23d, 1923.
(Beal) D. Z. FLEtR,
Clerk Circuit Court.
T, S. CARO,
Solicitor for Complainant.
.22; M.1-a.15 .2-29; Ap.i-1S

For rapid healing there is nothing
like Liquid Borozone. It mends torn
flesh, heals cuts, burns or sores so
quickly no time is lost from work.
Price, 80c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by
Key West Drug Co. T T S
There are sixty million Germans
whose birth-rate is increasing, as com-
pared with forty million Prench,
wbose birth-rate is steadily falling.


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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 198.


DR.KI NG'S NewDisirty


Breakits grip-Now! ?
When your head icels heavy and to the throat. What relief to con-
hot--your throat parched and tested chest. Dr. Kings's New
sore-try Dr. King's New Dis- lDiscovcry, over hall a century
cover old, the proved syrup for children
Feel your head clear-your well as grown-ups. Ask your
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-- Vfl HAILTH


Do yopl not realize that property
values are at rock bottom prices in
Key We t today?, Nbwja time "Oe f.0 4
to buy. Don't be one of those wise 3M e t
fellows who thinks he can Wait un- naauHrhse
til the water and sewerage work is lnitlative a
sarw.d ajn .,,aea get the bSrgJaias eey ,at
it is possible to now. your lunM
today.
Nothingdoing. Values have start- Pe a leaf
e4 o0 tbh td j#e already, ia

now, as thir will be at least ,5 ,2
per cent increase in values all over Ru
the Island Just as soon as water and UAL
sewerage it assured-that day now
not being far distant. ott


You only have to observe how
Real Estate values have increased in
other Florida cities with half the
natural advantages Key West has, to
realize the great opportunities that
are now knocking at your door.

Come' in *nd look over the list of
fine buys v,. .we listed, or, better
still, call us up and let us show you
some of the money makers we have
in homes, renting property and build-
ing lots in all sections of the city.


ACT NOW, TOMORROW MAY BE
TOO LATE.



JOHNSON & JOHNSON


118 DUVAL ST.


'PHONE 3721


SAWYER'S CYCLE WORKS
Cor. Eaton and Margaret Sts.
Bicycles, Bicycle Supplies
and Repairs


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A delielous cup of fine flavored
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times. That is why everybody who
has tried our COFFEE is a STAR
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Wholesale Grocers and
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House New. Apply 710 Caro.
line or 'phone 621-J.


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COFFEE SHOP
A delicious cup of fine flavored
COFFEE is a healthful diink at all
times. That is why this popular
cafe has r mlouch patronage. Our
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PLUMBER
128 IMONTON STREET
Phone 6974 when in need of service
of this kind


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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1923.

RUBBER INDUSTRY If You Need aMedcin
Y TRIVMET HERE You Should Have the Best
MAY T RIVE ERE ,Have you ever stopped to reason
why it is that so many products thai
XP=RTS I K E 1V : are extensively advertised, all at
ia41adt w EVE l Uonce drop out of sight and are soon
--- forgotten? The reason is plain-the
RUBBER TREE PRODUCED IN article did not fulfil the promises of
FLORIDA FOR COMMERCIAL the manufacturer. This applies more
PURP0Eu WILL SOON BE A particularly to a medicine. A medi-
REALIY.. cinal preparation that has real cura
REALITY tive value almost sells itself, as like
--- an endless chain system the remedy
Rubber authorities claim that Is recommended by those who have
trees that yield caoutchouc grow to been benefited, to those who are in
lull maturity without, cultivation in need of it.
Southern Florida. It is claimed that A prominent druggist says "Take
many of the several hundred varle- for example Dr. Kllmer's Swamp-
ties of rubber-bearing trees are na- Root, a preparation I have sold for
tive'to Florida. Whether this is many years and never hesitate to
true,' or if the trees have grown from recommend, for in almost every case
chance plantings, Is not a question it shows excellent results, as many
to agitate those who are thinking of my customers testify. No othei
that rubber growing might be de- remedy has so large a sale."
veloped as Florida's most valuable According to sworn statements
Industry If the attention of those and verified testimony of thousands
who are concerned in securing vast who have used the preparation, the
quantities of the raw product could success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
be made to see the opportunity that is due to the fact, so many people
lies right beneath their eyes. claim, that it fulfils almost every
Just now there is urgent reason wish in overcoming kidney, liver
why Florida should be awakened to and bladder ailments, corrects ur.
its possibilities in this respect, it is inary troubles and neutralizes the
asserted that seventy per cent of uric acid which causes rheumatism.
the rubber produced is purchased You may receive a sample bottle
and used in the United States while of Swamp-Root by Parcel Post. Ad-
ninety per cent of the product is dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-
controlled by Great Britain. Mak- ton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents;
ing the most of its monopoly, Great also mention this paper. Large and
Britain has raised the price to fig- medium size bottles for sale at all
ures which will impose excessive drug stores.-Adv.
costs upon American manufacturers
and consumers. This ha' caused DAILY DIET: 150 BANANAS
leading manufacturers to cast about --
for the discovery of rubber producing LONDON, Mar. 8.-A pygmy cle-
lands free of foreign control. The ':hant now in the Zoo, eats only
Philippines are being considered, bananas, but gets 150 of these a
and n bill appropriating $500,000 for day.
experimental purposes is pending in
congress. Secretary Wallace is quot- When the bowels are costive the
ed as saying that anportion of this waste matter ferments, producing a
appropriation will be used in "some laseous condition that is disagree-
of the southern states," assuimng 1 able., To remove 'niA' impurities
that the b1ll pa,-ses. While oth-r T hic:.kn. a dose of Herbine is needed.
states might show favorable rciults, ',t does the work thoroughly and
there can be no question that Florida! pleasantly. Price, 60c. Sold by Key
offers the best field for experimental West Drug Co. T T S
work, and a- united effort should be r
made to concentrate this proposed There arc two milli n B1y' Scouts
activity in Florida. in the world.


The Price of Eggs

and there Piceof Money


EppP twr twenty or thirty cents a down
cheaper in the South than they are in
New York and New England. If you happened
to be in Alaska at this season and went shopping
for eggs, youl would doubtless find the difference
in cost even greater.
You wouldn't argue, however, that the New
York City egg or the Alaska egg is superior
to the Southern variety, merely because it is
more costly. You would correctly infer that
eggs are dearer "up North" than they are
"down South" because they are scarcer in the
North and because the cost of shipping Southern
eggs to New York is added to the price asked
of the New York consumer.
It is the same way with money, whose cost
is measured in terms of the interest rate. Money
costs more to the borrower in the South (that
is, the interest rate is higher) because money
is not so plentiful in the South as in the North
and East. The interest rate doesn't prove
anything about the safety of the security, any
more than the price of eggs indicates that
costly Northern eggs are better than cheap
Southern eggs.
Every investor who would like to increase
his income by investing where he can get the
best rate with safety, is invited to mail the
ttach*ed coupon for our four-page folder,
"Invest by the Map."

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s.M4O1de Plmh it M ond Heue
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17 Miller Building, Miami, Florida.
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TORNEY GENERAL
FILES EQUITY BILL
FOR $1,500,000
(By Assoeiated Press)
ASHIINGTOI, March 8,-Attor-
General Daugherty Monday
1 a bill in equity in the District
Columbia supreme court to re.
er approximately $1,500,000 in-
ed in the sale of surplus lum-
by prominent lumber interests
r the war.
he action was directed against
L. Philips of Thomasville, Ga.;
n Stephens, president of the
>hens Lumber Company of Jack-
'ille; J. L. Philips and John
'ens, co-partners trading under
name of J.'L. Philips and John
'ens; Merchants and Manufac-
rs National Bank of Newark, N.
incorporated, and Nellie Senft
rnbers, executors of George F.
mbers, deceased; Frank T. Sulli.
of Buffalo, N. Y.; Lee L. Her.
and Roland Perry of Washing-
D. C.; Gus Eitzen and Michael
Touart, Jr., of Pensacola, Fla.;
ries Philips, Jr., of Atlanta; the
;en-Touart Company, a corpora-
of Pensacola; J. L, Philips &
a corporation, and the Fidelity
)eposit Company of Maryland, a
oration.

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TO INVESTIGATE
FEDERAL RESERVE
ACT OPERATIONS
WASHINGTON, March 8.-The
personnel of the new joint congres-
sional committee provided by tho
farm credits lawv, to investigate op-
erations of the federal reserve act
and recommend measures to bring
more small banks into the system,
has been completed by appointment
of Vice President Coolidge of Sen-
ators McLean, Republican, Connect-
icut; Weller, Republican, Maryland,
and Glass, Democrat, Virginia, as
the senate members. The house mem-
bers are Representatives McFadden,
Republican, Pennsylvania; Dale, Re-


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16801 v Ai Vj 5 "Co9 publican, Vermont; Strong, Repub- .
FIRE ALARM BOXES lican, ansas, Wingo, Democrat Ar- MERCY MISPLACED SECOND CROP OF VIOLETS
kansas, and Steagall, Democrat, Al-
No. One District abania. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Mar. 8.-Sym- ORANGE, N. J., Mar. 8.-The
No 12 or Front and Dval Ladies Can Wear Shoes pathetic jurors raised $26 for Albert warm spell of late fall brought out
No. 1 Cor. Front and Du al Ladies Can Wear Shoes Shevill after acquitting him of burg- a second crop of violets in the
No. 13 Cor. Simonton and Front lary. Later he admitted that he Orange valley.
No. 14 Cor. Caroline and White- One size smaller and walk in com- 1had been guilty
head fort by using Allen's Foot-Ease, the een guty. England has many cemeteries on
No. 15 Cor. Caroline and Simon- antiseptic, healing powder for the IN Till-, IncUlt COURT, .BLHVsNTeH the Western fronts ontaining a
ton feet. Shaken into the shoes Allen's ('i ('OUNT.--IN CIIANCl.11tv, large proportion of unknown graves
No. 112-Trumbo Island Ry. St. 'Foot-Ease, makes tight or new shoes l..y M. Murra of soldier dead, In o unknown e cemet
(Disc Only) feel easy; gives instant relief to v. forDioe.there of older dead In one meburialtes try
No 13 U. S. Barracks iDisccorns, bunions, and callouses, pro- Ordier. erviee ry Pubtleation 2550 known.
Only) vents Blisters, Callous and Sore T lvulm T. Nlurray ricee n 50 known
No. 121 Cor. Elizabeth and Enton Spots and gives rest to tired, aching, It iN h1.i,,eby ornlcrel that you apnear
No. 122 Cor, Margaret and Ecton swollen feet. 1,500,000 pounds of to (e tii, u oNEW complaint ile-d herein
i~ i 7 thu in .1923 i ns,, ,oMN ,r be- NEW BUSINESS PUBLICATIONS
No. 123--Cor. Franaes and Fleming; powder for the feet were used byl f,," ,'.: 7th. nd f NEW Bu192sSS PUBLICATIONSa
No. 124 Cor. Margaret and South- our Army and Navy during the War. citizen" s hereby designated as Coering Bus inn
ard!l'litlmm-t- In which this order shall lstration, Advertising, Ac-
ard | Sold everywhere. For Free sample io unlolltlid(le o c a wucek for eight con- counting, Salesmanship,
No. 125 Cor, William and Fleming land a Foot-Ease Walking Doll A.d- t n had and oul o said a l Post and Federal S
No. 131 Cor. William and Caroline dress ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, Le ourtt. l,ebruary 22nd, 1923. $1.50. All sent prepaid for l
No. 132 Cor. Simonton and Fleming Roy, N. Y.-Adv D. . IER 25e. to introduce our com.-
No. 133 Aviation Station (Disc __- I'T IARRIS._____ -, l p Busn DaOpoetu S r
Onl)--- Soflriltor for Complainant. vice. Unusual Opportunity.
No To Dnly) 5trct 6 ANGLERS-3 FISH F. 1?-; M, 1-8-15-22-29; A. 5-12-19. Lat aitte oe Company a.
No. 21 Cor. Eat-In and Duval IBAYONNE, N. J., Mar. 8.-Fifty-
No. 22 Cor. Southard and Thomas ix club members participated in a A SR
No. 23 Cor. Southird and Duval fishing contest here and caught--2 C I
No. 24 Cor. Southard and Eliza- fish. t
beth For Infant ad ChildreM F
No. 25 Cor. Thomas and Petronia The latest novelty is a cane and InUseForOver3OYearS I 01 MU- Dm
No. a21 Cor. South and Duval cigarette case combined. The top wa CHARLES P. THOMPSON
Second St. of the cane screws off, revealing a A t1 wsbea r, Ce. Froat and 3106 t.
No. 212 Cow. Division arn Emma pocket in which six or eight cigarettes |t ;T" sa d Smees a,.
N.. 1 C C* .94 10J 14-
tion (Disc only)
N*. 221 Cor. Petronia -'ad Duval o0 o eooeo************************o *********************** ***e***************
Na. 222 Cor. Division and Thomas *
No. 2233 Cor. Division and Duval :
No. 224 Cor. Catherine and Duval *
No. 226 Cor. Bimenton and Olivia
Na. 831 Cor. Angels and Bimonton
-e. 2S3 Cor. lliabeth and PN.
No. sm K!, tleetril Co. PowC .
Houseo
(Dise Only) .
No. Thr. District 0
NMe. 3 Cor. Peacker and United i
No. 32 Coi. Sipoton and Vi,'. ATTDAPTf BEAPH
MIS ATACTE SOUTm BEACH HOME
N. ,33 Cot. Wat"OA and Catberina
No/ 4 ..Cor, United.and Biamontea OR
No. '8 Cor. Mtarsiet nd DividesleW Fi* l
No. ,,11a Cor. Wliliani and Windsor I
Lane
No. 13 Cor. dNewton and Florida
No. 318 Col. N. BcSch and Olivia
(Disc Only)
No. 321 Co-. County Road and o
No. 322 Key West Gas o. Plant, :
Cathrine Street (Disco
'nly) 5
No. 323 por. Comuity Road and
Reynolds Street Disc a
Only)
No. 324 Cor. County Road and
White Street
N,. 32S Co, Havana-Ameriean Co.
Factory (Disc Only) I:
No. 331 Cor. Frances and Division o
No. 332 Cor. Newton and White : e
No. 333 Cor. Olivia and Georgia e
No. 334 Cor. White and Catherine
No. 341 Radio Station, County1 *
Road (Disc Only) 0
No. 342 Naval Hospital, United St.
Code Signals
To Be Used After First Alarm. IsIn. n
One (1) Tap-Broken Line Signal k 6'
Two (2) Taps-Fire Out *
ivoe (5) Taps-Calls No.a Ap- Thi beautiful home with garage in rear foa sale.
parat"s i '
Six () Tap* -Calls No. 3 Ap Located on South Beach in most select section of Ke
Ight (5) Taps.-Geeal Ala rm West. Lot 50x198 feet. Price $8,000. Terms eeHde*
Ten (10) Taps-Conflagratieon
SIa. Calls for .asis.tne. from sired.
Government Forees a -.. -- -'. .
To send in fire alarm by telephone, For further prtcu rs apply to
calln S. For further particular apply to
PREVENT FLU AND GRIPPE A
For a few cents you can ward off R
Flu-and Grippe by promptly checking
your coughs and colds with Foley's The Key West Citizen, Key West, Fla.
Honey and Tar. Also gives quick
relief from coughs resulting from !



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AGCE FOUR


GERMANS DEVELOP

SUB FOR COTTON

BY NEW PROCESS

GERMAN TEXTILE SCIENTISTS
HOPE TO CREATE INDEPEN-
DENT INDUSTRY BY "COTTON.
IZING" VARIOUS FIBRES


rmT r'rr T WEST CITIZEN


WEATHER CONDITIONS
KEY WEST, Mar. 8,-The
disturbance yesterday over Now *
SEngland disappeared off the *
coast toward Nova Scotia and *
this morning high pressure cov- *
er's practically the entire coun- *
try east of the Rocky Mountains *
except North Dakota. There *
were flurries of snow in scat- *
termed places over the northern *
half of the country during the *
last 24 hours. It is colder this
' morning over the States cast of *
the Mississioni River and warmer *


THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 192,


Y&_IWOA&4 ___ 1W^


1923 CITRUS CROP, ATHLETICS RIM -.


GROWN IN FLORIDA

BREAKS '22 RECORD


DEMOLAY$ 29.27

IN HARD BATTLE


ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT THRILLING BASKETBALL CON.


SHOW INCREASE OF NEARLY
THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND
CARS THIS YEAR


TEST STAGED AT ATHLETIC
CLUB LAST NIGHT FIRST OF
NINE-GAME SERIES


4


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cut from Manila paper.

5 pads for 15c or 10 for 25c


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Get Yours NOW


Don't Wait Until the

Supply Has Run Out





THE ARTMAN PRESS

125 DUVAL ST. PHONE 0 .
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Clerk Circuit Court.
J, V. P.PSTO,
Silllitor for Complainant.
Feb. 7-14-21-28; Mar. 7-14-21-28; Ap. 4
A motorman employer: by the
street railway company of Green
Bay, Wis., has a record of having
operated his car through the streets
of the city for 25,000 miles without
one accident, without one report and
without one complaint.
If you belch up a bitter-tasting
liquid, suffer from heartburn and
sour stomach, you need the tonic
properties of Herbine. It is a puri-
fying anc' strcnf-thening medicine for
the sii rahb. rvor an-l bowels. Price,
60c. Sold by Key Wcrt Drug Co.
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Jennie B. deBoer

Notary Public

Citizen.,Bldg.

II il_- ^ _


All study and no play does not
make the best citizen. At the Uni-
versity of Florida there are class
rooms for lectures and boarding
houses and dormitories for sleep and
study, but no provision has been made
for facilities to take care of the off
hours o0 the students., 'n .order.to
provide a places where young men
may be trained along the best social
and religiou lines, funds are now


TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS
Racing Meeting of Jefferson Par.
ishb Fair Association at New Orleans.
Meeting of Cuba.American Jockey
Club, at Havana. Mee'ing of Tia-
Juana Jockey Club, at Tiajuana.
Cycling: Fourth day of six-day
race in Madison Square Garden.
Basketball: Nebraska State inter-
scholastic tournament opens at Lin-
coln., Tennessee State interscholas-
tic tournament opens at Nashville.
Tennis: Southeastern championship
tournament opens at Jacksonville.
Fla.
Golf: Hot Springs championship
tournament opens at Hot Springs,
Ark. Nineteenth annual spring tour-
nament at Pinehurst, N. 0. Annual
women's championship tournament at
Belleair, Fla. Annual Palm Beach
championship tournament closes at
Palm Beach.
Boxing: Bennie Valgar vs. Walter
Lee, 10 rounds, at Lowell, Mass.
Lew Snyder vs. Tommy Girard, 12
rounds, at Jersey City.
With a per capital consumption of
102 pounds, the American people
made a world record as sugar eat-
ers last year.


IU-.-'-n,,lFflffl


Whether you have suffered
for years or are experiencing
rheumatic pain for the first
time-Sloan's Liniment will
bring you quick, sure relief.
Apply Sloan's to those
stiff, sore Joints. Its tingling,
penetrating warmth brings
comfort Immediately. Be-
fore you realize it the pain
has disappeared.
e Sloan's Linlmentwill makeyou
realize how unnecessary it Ia to
suffer from rheumatic pain today.
The most stubborn and chronic
cases yield to Sloan's.
Sloa^ UmimmONOpaaI
For rheaastlmbrund.strsiB.che stseldl


(By Associated Press) elsewhere, temperatures having (By Associated Press) Before a crowd of about 200 fans
BERLIN, Mar. 8.--Research work over the Florida peninsula. As ATLANTA, March 8.-The move. at the Athletic Club gyam last night,
designed to develop a substitute for a result of this change light ment of both oranges and grapefruit the Island City basketball league,
cotton has been taken up again by frosts occurred in Northern from Florida this season has exceed- recently organitied, staged it first
German textile scientists, It is hoped Florida game. The Athletic Club quintet
that ways and means may be found Moderate to fresh northeast "d t movement a pear a ac- nosed out the DeMolay five to the
if making Germany's textile industry and east winds are looked for cording to the monthly business re- tune of 29 to 27.
independent of foreign markets by over the Florida Keys tonight view of the Federal Reserve Bank The game started with a rush and
the perfection of a new process of and Friday. of Atlanta, made public here. Com. continued strenuous throughout. Be-
"cottonizing" various other fibres. S. M. GOLDSMITH, bind figures show an increase of yond a doubt, the contest waloc the
Sthe war, Germany's re- Tmorril in h best floor battle seen on the local
Ilefime the war, Germany's re- Temporarily in Charge. 3,390 cars for the season through court this season. At no time dur-
eluirements for raw materials were January. The total movement of
about 860,000 tons a .yar, consist- * *, * ; January. The total movement of ig the fray did either team run
ina chiefly of cotton, wool, jute oranges this season has amounted up more than a three point ead.
Shemp and flax. Twenty thousand to 13,69 cars, compared with 11,- The DeMolays drew "first blood"
tons, or scarcely three percent, were 3149 cars to the same date last year, within a few minutes after the toss-
actually produced within the co tr REFORM CAMPAIN n, the movement of grapefruit has up, when Pappy sent the sphere fly-
Nearly half of Germanys u hin l to ry, IA 1 1 1 Ul totalled 8,324 cars, as against 7,254 ng through the hoop. The Club boys
side countries for raw' prodil ,t ort cars for the season through January then scored when "Skeeter" Herrick
sidthe couti mills for w loducts for' P ANN Fl SHO TL 19?22, At 360 boxes to the car this regained the ball under the De-
lotextile mills wen fo otton LA NED 1 shows a movement of over 7,900,000 Molays' basket, dribbled lown half-
A special bureau of the eror boxes this season, and estimates in- way the court unmolested, and rang
A.i special d T' L of the Emperor -dicate that probably about 50 per in a twin counter. from mid-way of
William Institute for the Furtherance cent of the crop has been moved In a twin counter from mid-way of
of Science has been established in NEW ORGANIZATION KNOWN AS some of the eastern markets prices Thompscourt.
oenn-fttion witr tarkets prices Thompson, captain and forward of
con wtion wi the textile fibre INTERNATIONAL REFORM are somewhat higher on oranges, the, the eMolays, nosed into the lead
starch work, and the professors review says, notwithstanding the when he dribbled down the
claim that attempts to "cottonize" BUREAU heavy movement. In the Middle dri d S tehe
somne fibres, such as hemp, flax and W-- st the trade is generally well sup- and shotded the alprettiest basket of there,
jute. by mixing them with cotton, (By Associated Press) plied and prices are easier. Grape- and shot the prettide of est baket ofthe
have yielded very satisfactory results. NEW YORK, Mar. 8.-Three r Iruit prices are somewhat easier in .ker followed with a field basket
The professors contend further that hec country'ss oldest and most sub-. some markets where excessive with field baket
probably a way will be found of util- .'r the Club.
i bing refuse fibre from the fabric- ital reform organizations have tuanntities have been offered. The score continued close, each
tion of flax, hemp and jute, and ,Looled their financial resources and v D o alternating as leader. The first
turning this into high grade yarns by .,,ped a plan of campaign against MARRIED PRIESTS tall ended with the'DeMolays ahead.
means of the new processes now in "ohihtitin repeal, race track gami- TO HAVE A BISHOP 15 to 14.
the course of development, hling, prize fighting, salacious litera- In the second period the DeMolays
While Germany's climate is not ure, Sunday theatrical performances PARIS, March 8 new oiincreased their lead to 8 points,
suitable for the cultivation of de. n traffic in narcoticrld. writes the cial French Catholic Church, or- whereupon the Club boys retaliated
war the qutil supply of sheep wool The new ornization, according ganized recently by several thou d and throughoined the lead, holding it
has shown an increase, and special to the newspaper, is to be known as married priests, is to have an throughout the remainder of the
hforts shonane irease m ande shec the International Reform Bureau of apostolic succession, according to game,
efforts have been made by the gov the tr Rfo BBishop-elect Adrot, which will pt The Club boys throughout the bal
eminent to develop the growthof he World Temperance Foundatio the French institution po virtually an of the ga seemed ratified
flax, hemp and jute. Most of the The affiliated bodies are said to be th,,.anme aiuthorltative basis M athe to play te ,l)eIJlv'c game, which
cotton boughtnw by Germany comes the international Reform Bureau, High Church of England. they played perfectly. In spite of
from the United States founded more than thirty year ago Adrot's consecration is scheduled this, though, Pappy broke through
_________ 'y the late Rev. Wilbur F. for late in April, in the presence of once for a twin-counter and the score
HAT-BOX BANK the World Prohibition Foundation te i cure in took, Club 28-27. Smith then nade
tha Wld Natonal .. ..temper So i bishops of similar churches in Po- stook, Club 28-27. Smith then ra,-do
a National Temperance so.ciety. land, Holland, Switzerland, Czecho. a technical foul and Baker shot the
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Mar. 8.-Se uri- eadquartes are said to be Slovakia and Hungary. Although free throw giving the club an Wdil:
ties found in her hat box after the latned in Washington. The organ- their names are not.given, two of tinal pis At pet od eth
sudden death f MissMary Barnett izatlon, aid the World, will have those were duly consecrated bishops kpr Re 's wh e sound the
aged 62, amounted to $6,600. nore tha a800,000 with which t by Rome, later breaking away from end of the fray.
b. egin its campaign. Virgil G. Hin. 1,000 years of tradition to chrry on The contest was well played. Both
M. S. M. Hoye, of Brooklyn N. Y.,shaw, one time president of the in the ministry as married priests, teams displayed excellent pass-work,
after much experimenting with holly, of Brooklyn, N.World Prohibition Foundation, is ___________ but in this respect the DeMolays ex-
leaves, has produced a cereal food aid to have been elected general a t celldd. Roberts, of the Club,. an4
which can be used to fatten poultry cretary. G on Stomach Thompson, of the DeMolays, each ac-
rnd farm animals, S counted for 10 polfits.
__d r NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Wo t Lt t .You SleepcoThe next o t It will be p ayed
S, -- Gas often presses on heart and next Monday night at 7:45 o'Clock,
You are hereby notified that I other organs, causing a 'stless, the DeMolays meeting the fast Air
SradASCISTI GOVERNMENy to begin the work of mak' nervous feeling which p rventc sleep% Station aggregation.
*'FASCISTI GOVERNMENT 'or the 1.o23 tax roll. Simple buckihurt bark, glycerine,
BRINGS PROSPERITY Parties wishing to list their mple., as mied in bAdkr.gi, expels The English language contain
A, p operty will please call at my office gas and relieves pressure almost IN- nearly five hundred thousand words.
(By As.;ociated Press) !' n the City Hall for necessary blanks STANTLY inducing restful sleep."
SGENOA, March 8.-The port *ir the purpose, and file returns Adlerika often removes surprising
:business of Genoa has 'in- thereof with me not later than Aprilt old matter from BOTH upper and
creased three 'fold under Fascist 1st, 1023. lower bowel which poisoned stmach
administration. Two million WM. A. CAREY, and caused gas. EXCELLENT to
tons of grain were unloaded in City Tax Assessor. guard against appendicitis. At all
the past three months. Also Jan. 13-20-27; Feb. 3-10-17.21; Mar. leading drug stores.-Adv.
labor troubles are virtually over; 3-10-17 24-31 YSea A
new labor saving machinery has IN T'HEI CIRCUIT COUiLT. TATE OF
Been installed on the docks, and Private garages are now equipped FOIDnA, LEiVEN'rlI JI'ICIAL __________ _
vesselcanoadadunlCIadUIT2,v MONROE COUNTY.--IN,
*vessels can load and unload 24 vith an electrical device which opens CIHANCERY.eb i 'mla U I E ST OF
hours a day. tile doors when the car drives over ebert l mU IVEDSITY O
'. plate in the driveway. It also V N. UNl k l I F
* * * * * * * + * * * lcks fast the doors at night. Augusta M. Wilhon, IDefendant.
It apparn by the sworn bill e AND RE IG
S~' In the above-stated cause that Augusta
M, Willson, the defendant therein A I I
named, is a non-resident of the State
of Florida, nnd that her present ad-
dress Is unknown, and that she is ovvr .
the age of twenty-one years; It is ... /. "
S FR S A L E Htherefore ordered that said non-resi-
dent defendant be and she Is hpreby .
required to appear to the bill of com-
plaint filed in said cause on or before
Wednesday, the 11th day of April. A.
D., 1923. otherwise the allegations of
F O R S A ald ill will be taken as confessed by
said defendant.
It Is further ordered that this ordir
he published once each week for eight 14'
consecutive weeks in The Key West
Citizen, a newspaper published in said
County and State.
This February 7th, 1923. ..
(SElAL) D. Z. ,_ R, I -


being raised t erect a Student Ac-
tivities Building on the campus of the
University of Florida. This building
will contain an auditorium for religi-
ous services and lectures, Bible study
rooms, music room, bowling alloys,
games room, cabinet meeting' room
and special rooms for parents who
find it necessary to be'oft the bampue
in case of illness of tjsir sons or
other emergencies. I dividual stu-

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dies will also be set apart for pastors
of different denominations 'where
they ean meet the students right on
the campus. Every one in this com-
munity will want to share in the
pleasure of contributing their part in
erecting a building at the Ut iVnrsit
which will throw around the,'young
men' of this State 'the bseat' Wl inesc
in one of the critical periods in their
lIfe. '


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I Adverti1~ng }n Te C)Oassl ed cimaM
of The Key West Citizen is a quick and
efficient means of getting your meMag,
across.


a0/a
least expendIdure of time and effort.

If you.are in need of help, or wish to
sell or buy something, let The Key West
.Citizen convey your message. It will pro-
duce satisfactory results.



The Key West Citizen

"YOUR HOME PAPER"





LORIDA ALSO TO PROVIDE SOCIAL

OUS EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES


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CLASSIFIED

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Advetlsementu under this head
will be inserted In The Citlsea at
te rate of le a word ftow eah t
urtion, but the minimam fw tr h
ant insertion In eveiS N tanee is
SPaymeat for elseafled advertise.
mnat is linvalably Ia advasy but
egular advertlesn with ledger **a.
asnts may have their advertiemnte
Avraiseri should give their seet
address as well as their telephone
*umber if they dsire results,
FOR ENT
FOR RENT-Garage, 423 Caroline,.
M. 0-3tx
INQUIRE 308 Whitehead Street for
partly furnished house or apart-
ment.- M. 5-6t
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms and
apartment. Modern conveniences,
bereened throughout. CAD 61
Eaton. Dec. 6


itB ET 1,S1 CITIZEN


NOTES OFTHE PASSINGDAY


Troop 4 to Meet
Troop 4, Girl Scouts, will hold
their' regular' meeting at Aronovitz
Hall tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Balboa Returns
The Seaplane Balboa, Pilot D. G.
Richardson, returned to Key West
yesterday afternoon from Havana
with the following passengers aboard:
William T. Miller, Meyer Davis and
J. T. Wolverton.
,* V
Cabaret to Be Held
Manager Eugene Sands announces
that the regular Friday night cabaret
will be held tomorrow night at
Aronovitz hall. Husic for the occa-
sion will be furnished by the Ath-
letic club orchestra.


Cuba From Tampa
The P. & 0. Steamer Cuba is due


to arrive in the city tomorrow morn-
ing from Tampa.
S* *
Lecturer Arrives
Another international lecturer ar-
rived in Key West yesterday to be-
gin a series of talks. He is Prince
U. Kaba Rega, of the Unyora tribe,
British West Africa, who carries cre-
dentials as to his African royal birth.
The prince will be heard at the Mis-
sionary Baptist church (colored) to-
night. His subject i11ll be: "Obe-
dience and Its Reward." Tomorrow
night he has selected as his topic:
"Send Me."


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Captain and Mrs. Walter S. Jenkins Curry is a Visitor in the
Crobey left last night for' Palm city today.


Beach where they w l visit for eev.


FOR RENT-Furnished lower flat, era) days.
modern conveniences. White Street. ---
Apply 508 Duval. Feb. 27 George Merritt left this morning
J.QR RENT-Furnished rooms, with for Miami after a short business visit
or without private bath. 421 Du- in this city.
val street. M. 5-6tx -
T. T. Thompson has returned to
FOR RENT-Lower apartment, Care. the city from Mattacumbie where he
line street; living room, dining spent several days on business.
room, kitchen, two bedrooms con- -
necting, bath and running water. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and
Screened throughout. 'Johnson & son, Ceferino, left this morning for
Johnson. Mar. 7-8t Miapmi wl ert"they will spend several
WANTD moIths.


Lo Maru Lau, secretary of the
Chinese legation at Washington, ar-
rived here yesterday afternoon from
Havana en route to his post of duty,

Mr. and Mrs. George Stez, of
Macon, are among the Georgians,
enjoying the excellent climate to be
found here,
Horace Havenmeyer, sugar manu-
facturer and wife, arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon from Havana,
en route to New York. During their
shirt stay here they were entertain-


GIRL WANTED to learn press feed- "Tiny" Parker left. last night for ed by A. C. Elgin.
Ing and general printing work. The Miami after a visit of several days Eusledio Azpiazu, secretary to the
Artman Press, 125 Duval street. in the city. "Tiny," who umpired ro smer prcsient of Cuba, yMenocal,
several ball games in this city last
POSITION WANTED-Young lady easonwill be given a tryout n pa d through the ty yesterday a-
Wishes position as stenog apher, the State League this year. toroon from Havana.
capable of doing all kids of office --
work; regular hours or* 1itime, Mr. and Mrs. Flod S. Corbin ar-
S. -I., P. 0. Box 4 ,9 Key West, J. W. Orr, of Swift & Company, rived in the city yesterday -after-
la.* M. 6.6t Chicago, arrived in the city yester. noon from Havana. They left on
SAn- y enTon fTonn ". n 'h r t'rM, n last evening for Palm

WANTED-Those who desire en. west. During his stay here he vas Beach. During their stay here they
graved visiting earsa to give a the guest of Joseph Collins, local were the guests of Captain and Mrs.
their orders. The Artman Press, Swift representative. W. S. Crodley.
126 Duoval street. In The Citizen


DIW~fS. *a4



ldl1,e is %
store or some other business. Will
pay three or fter hundred dol-
lars down, balance monthly. I. C.
.!., care of The Citizen. mar5-4tx
WANTED .-Three experjepced fish-
emen, who n handle. nots, qe-
*gines and mend netS. Steady men
'Only wanted. Apply representative
Ocean Leather Co., Oversea Hotel
M. 7-2tx
FOR SALE
RADIO OUTFIT for sale, 1 receive.
Jig set, $15, gets the music; 1-2
.stage amplifier, $15. Address, P.
0. Box 125, M. 8-8tx
RUBBER STAMPS-When in need
of Rubber Stamps-See The Art-
man Press, 125 Duval street, Key
West, Fla.

FOR PRINTED SOCIETY STA-
-TIONARY. The Artman Press,
125 Duval street.
SIGNS-"Furnished Rooms for
Rent." Signs for sale at The
Artman Press. Large, clear,
easily read type-15 cents each.
tf
FOR SALE-Scratch pads, 5 pads
of 100 sheets each, asie 4x6, 15e
or 10 pads for 25e. Going fast,
get them while they last. Apply at
The Artman Press. Aug. 19-tf
LOS'

LOST-Yesterday, somewhere be6
tween sunrise and sunset, two
golden hours, each set with sixty
diamond minutes. No reward is
offered, for they are gone forever.
-Horace Mann. ml
FOUND


VALUES DECREASE


EGG PRODUCTION FOR YEAA
1922 WAS NEARLY TWO R1L-
LION ACCORDING TO FIGURES
SHOWN

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Mar. 8.-More
chickens were raised and more eggs
produced last year than in 1921 but
their tarm value was no- .o great.
The combined farm value of chickens
raised and eggs produced in 1922 is
estimated at $845,207,000, by th,.
United States Department of Agri-
culture. The value in 1921 was
$900,820,000,
About 543,000,000 chickens were
,'mised on farms In 1922, with a farm
vildue of $354,199,000, as compared
with 510,000,000 chickens raised in
1921 valued at $362,253,000. Egg
production totaled 1,962,356,000
dozen eggs of a value of $500,008,-
000, as compared with 1,837,486,000
losen eggs with a value of $588,67,-
000 in 1921.
Of the chicken eggs produced in
1 J22, large quantities were consumed
' industries in the manufacture of
other than food prodJucts, and about
113,000,000 dozen were used to pro-
duce thickens, the department says.
The average farm price of chickens
raised in 1922 was 65c per fowl, com-
pared with 71 cents in 1921, and
with 86% cents in 1920. The aver-
age farm price of chicken eggs was
25.5 cents a dozen in 1922, com-
'pared with 44.4 cents in 1920.
It is estimated that there were


FOUND---Red bicycle Tuesday morn- 412,000,000 chickens on farms Janu-
Ig. Can be found at 1104 Flor- ary 1, 1922 a time of year when the
Ida street. W. E. Burton. Call number of chicks is low. There were
after 5 p. m. M. 7.'tx -86,000.000 chickens on farms Janu-
PERSONAL ary 1, 1921, and on January 1. 1920,
S..--- There were 860,000,000, according
Transformations, Pompadours, to census figures,
Switches, Puffs, made out of your
combings or cut hair. Faded hair GIRLS I1 SUICIDE PACT
goods re-colored to match. Excep- 1
tionally fine work guaranteed. At SHEFFIELD, Eng., Mar. 8.-Mary
Biele's, 421 Caroline." Jan 10-n1m Wilks, aged 15, and Ada Stone, aged
MISCELLANEOUS 18, drowffed themselves in a suicide
pact attributed to "Impulsive in-
PRINTING-For printing phone 68 sanity."
arid our man will call. The Art. -
man Press, 125 Daval street. The Russian engineer, Makhomino.
Ss conducting experiments in France
with an Invention which attached to
Cinders from locomotives are now A locomotive will operate without
treated at special plants In railroad coal and water. The only fuel used
centers in Germany, The part s~iP 1a very small quantity of phtha.
utUliable As fuel. I s'patated fom .. .
th aSlo, the form being made into In shoe 'aeterie possessing th
hriquette* and the late being usd moet modern machinery a shoe oan
for the manufacture of brick. be male complete in twenty minutes


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* ROCKEFELLER PAUPER Adminintrator' tr h tate 'of yourseves. A
SAYS EUGENE DEBS Charles R.Pierce. 'ROY E. FAULKNER, ________
P. 28; M. 7-14-51-.8; Ap, 4.11-18-25i. M. 8-2t Post Adjutant..
(By Ae-oclated Press) NOTICE TO TAX PAtYERS'nt. I
S CHICAGO, March 8.--John O. TRUSTEE'S SALE IK W CM1 IIN
D. Rockefeller Is "an abject The tax roll for th ,state and Notice is hereby given that, pur-
pauper sertvin a life sentence county for the year 1928 is now be. suant to order of District Court,
SEugene Debs told Socalsts herastle Tarrytown," In prepared, and persons, firm United States, Southern District of If unable to do
SEugene Dabs told Socialists here 8Aor corporations are hereby notified nkd at
Monday in tl.e opening speech *to prepare and file their reruns for Florida, in Bankruptcy, in the mat-
'* of, his campaign for William all taxable property; whether real or ter of Alfredo L. Recto, bankrupt, DR, C.E. MATHI1
,Cnea, lawye'f and Socialist personal, not later than April lst, the undersigned eTrustee will sell torChiropractor, Palmer 8yste0
H candpicu1re so cials aa 1928. Blanks for making ou the highest and bet bidder for ca.,
S He pictured socialism .as an ns can be had by applying to the at 12 o'clock noon, on Monday,
association of men working for undersiged at the county court March 19th, 1928, at the front door and become well and happy
each other's good, and compared house. of the County Court House, City of
their life to what he said was Key West, Fla., Jan. 3, 1923. K(y West, Florida, all that certain 503 Duval St. Opp. KsI
* Mr. Rockefeller's. MRS. CORNELIA C. SAWYER, real estate, situate, lying and being _
* "John D. Rockefeller, who Tax Assessor Monroe County, Fla. in Monroe County, Florida, and
* has the most dollars of any man Jan. 8-10-17-24-31; Feb. 7-14-21-28: which is on the Island of Key West,
* "in the world, to my way of Mar. 7-14-21-28. known on Whitehead's map, delineat-
* thinking is an abject pauper," d February, 1829, as part of Lots 1
* Mr. Debs said. "He is not a MEDIUM BROWN HAIR looks and 2, Square 15, but now describedL ALEL
* prisoner in Atlanta, but is serv- best of all after a Golden Glint on diagram made by Chas. Howe,
* ing a life sentence in a castle Shampoo.-Adv. recorded in Book E, 690, Monroe We have purchased 122,006
* at Tarrytown, N. Y. County, Florida Records as part of pair U. S. Army Munson Iot
* "This castle is provided with The averagee yield of a cork tree Subdivision 2 and 3; commences at' Shoes, sizes 5% to 12, woh"I
* a lighting system through which, Li about forty-five pounds each "har- the corner of Charles and Duval was the entire surplus stock at
* by pressing a single button, the vost," that is to say, every eight or Streets and runs thence along Duval one of the largest U. S. Gv-
entire building and grounds will ten years. Street Southeasterly 35'; thence at ernment shoe contractors.
* become immediately flooded right angles Southwesterly 88'; This shoe is guaranteed om
* with light. That is to protect thence at right angles Northwesterly hundred per cent solid leatlhs,
* the richest man in the world o * * v * * * * :' to Charles Street; thence along color dark tan, bellows tongue
* from assassins. Charles Street 88' to beginning. dirt and waterproof. The aotod
"He never sleeps peacefully, * DID YOU EVER SHIRLEY C. BOTT, value of this shoe Is $6.00. On-
* because he does not know at * STOP TO THINK Trustee. vl o this tremendous bu -
what moment he may be blown -- Key West, Fla., March 8, 1923. can offer samend to th buywe
* into eternity.""* That no citien should be a M. 8-1t oat $2.95.
* * passive by-stander, but every ay
* * * * * * * * * citizen should do his share to DR. WM. F. KE' P. DENTAL Fend correct size. Pay postman
boost his city. SURGEON, 6'7 FLEMING STPEEl on delivery or send money or.
That many cities need a spirit CAMPBELL BLDG., 'PHONE 319. der. If shoes are not as rep.
NATIONAL EXTENSION of unity and team-work. resented we will cheerfully re-
NEThat if all citizens wilR use I fund your money prompthy
LIBRARY SERVICE loyal, enthusiaonic team work upon request.
TO nB DSCUSSED In an effort to build thuer home NATIONAL BAY STATE
SB a city, their city would go ahead SHOE COMPANY
and accomplish results that SHOE COMPANY
(By Associated Press) heretofore have been consider- i* I L 296 Broadway, New York, N.Y.
HOT SPRINGS, Aik., March 8.- ed -impossible. A_______
Methods of extending library service That the most eagerly read *
to the many millions of persons in pages are the advertising pages. *
thhi country who are now without it, Thrifty men and wnmer: who **ooe eee eeeee eeeeee*
will be one of the principal subjects have particuh'r wants scan them Your business is n HAYDN ILLINGWORTH,
to come before the annual meeting daily. P I A N S
of the American Library Association That the leading advertisers TUNED AND REPAIRED
here next month, April 23 to 28. of a city have succeeded in stronger than its weak- PHOTUNED AND REPAIRED
Club women, school superintend- demonstrating to the people of P HONE 117
ents, secretaries of Chambers of their community that they have est link. See that your : 4 ELIZABETH STREET
Commerce, representatives of civic built their business on the cor-0 e a ne* ue e eans*****eee*eo ea
clubs, all prominent in their lines of nerstone of mercantile success, stationery is one of
work, have been called' to discuss quality, price and service. *
this new work of extension. Chief That their past achievements your strongest links by : eeeeeeeeeeeeeee
among these is Alvin M. Owsley, will be nothing compared to the MRS. M. E. DeLEON *
commander of the American Legion. improvement and great strides having it arranged and a22 smo.ton Street
The legion is reported as especially they will make hi the future in *
interested in the work as the ex- service rendered and influence *CORRECT STYLES IN
service men remember the camp 0 wielded toward the buftaing of ipr u by MILLINERY
libraries maintained by the associa- a greater city. ,
tion during the war and in numerous That these business houses e a eaeeeeeeeeeeese-**S*e
instances have reported their regret stand as an inspiring example of *- -
that similar service is not available business institutions built for THEAN ***o* 0eeeeoeeeeeeee .eeeee
in their home communities. permanence on the principles of *FILER'S
---------* advertising, square dealing and I FILER DRUG SUNDAZ1 ,'
Hymn-book collecting was the *public confidence and that the. Phn s J. Fa04 r. .. .
hobby of an English clergy.Man who same. expert skill and integrity ,* 9 PS DUVAL ATREi T.i
died rbcefitly.' Hi .boateW thft':he *Ipf *.fot will serve Indefinitmel io[ ,T r at.DUO'.1 ,
had a copy of every hyminbook ii e .ve.yth IeDr, a '
published; they nearly tled a room eeeeeee**e* eee*eeeeeee*e* *
in h is h o u se -- .. . . .... *


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U. S. TREASURYMAN

VISITS KEY WEST


COLONEL EDWARD CLIFFORD,
ASST. SECY. OF TREASURY
HERE TOMORROW


Colonel Edward Clifford, assistant
secretary of the treasury, in charge
of customs service with offices in
Washington, D. C., will arrive in the
city tomorrow night from Miami and
will spend some time here as the
guest of the local custom service
staff.
Matthew B. McFarlane, collector
of customs for this state; Arthur G.
Watson, Jr., special deputy collector
of customs; and Thomas J. Gorman,
special agent of the treasury depart-
ment, will arrive in the city tomor-
row morning on the Steamer. Cuba
from Tampa, to meet the colonel on
his arrival here.

WM. ARKELL ARRIVES
TO EDIT THE CITIZEN'

William Roderick Arkell, of De-
troit, Michigan, well-known news
writer and editor from the Wolverine
state, arrived in the city Tuesday to
assume his new duties as editor of
The Key West Citizen.
Mr. Arkell, who was formerly
editor and manager of United Press
association in the state of Michigan
and feature writer on the staff of
the Detroit Times, was a Key W,,st
booster from the moment he arrived
here, so delighted was he with the
*'rrt impressions of the climate and
possibilities of development here.
Mr. Arkell will spend the next'
few weeks in making himself ac-
'uainted here in preparation to
bringing his family to Key West.

In Court of the County Judex, Monroe
County, state of Florids
lM r*e state of Charie H, Pierce
To all Creditors, Legatees, Pfitributep i
and aIlt persons having Claims or
Dernanors Aitainst saiir astpto:
You, and each of you., ar,, hereb,',
,,titlfld and( required to ) vc.,., ht Il"
ealms aud ,loiSmmd* whiiih ',vo, or
.,Ither of you; may have against the
.estate of Charles R. Pierce. dereased,
late of Monroe County, Florida. to the
indersormird. Emory L. Plerce, Admlnl.
strator of sad estate, within two yearn
tfrom the.d~te hereof..
, nated Februar 8th, A. D, 1933.


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* NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS *
S I' future no copy for adver- *
* tisements will be accepted af-*
* ter 11 a. m. for publication on
d the same date. The Citizen is *
* compelled to make this rule for
the reason that so many adver- *
tisers wait until the last mo- *
ment to send in their copy, en- *
* tailing extra expense, unneces. *
* sary rush and delay in delivery *
* of the paper. *




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NAVAL AIR SQUAD

STUCK ON SAND BAR


FISHING SMACK CREW RESCUED
BY NAVY TUG SACO NEAR
FLEMING KEY

Stuck on a sand bar several miles
front this city on board a small fish-
ing smack, and later rescued by the
Navy Tug Saco, dispatched from this
city to search for them, was the ex-
,erience of several officers of the
Naval Air Squadron and their
families, who left here yesterday on
a fishing trip.
The party sailed to Jack's Chan-
nel, at the rear of Fleming Key, and
fished until nightfall. Meanwhile
the tide had fallen and upon turning
back the boat ran aground at the
mouth of the channel.
In spite of the attempts of the
men on board to float her, she re-
mained high and dry on the sand bar.
Men on watch at the local station
sounded the alarm at 11 o'clock and
the Tug Saco was ordered to search
for the smack.
The drnp in temperature during
the night added to the unpleasantness
of those on the boat.
AMERICAN LEGION REGULAR
MNOTING
Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28, Amor-
i an Legion, will hold its regular
ineeting, Friday, March 9, at 8 p. m.
in Waite's Hall. SeVeral members
are to be initiated and other im-
nortant business will come up for
settlement. Come out and enjoy-


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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ II~DY MARCH.._.... 8. 1923. _ _. ~ _


ORIENTAL CITY CONSTRUCTED FOR GREAT RACE SCENE IN

FILMING "OMAR, THE TENTMAKER" "THE PRIl


Thirty-eight Buildings Erected on Studio Lot for Newe thriving scenes
"The Pride of Palomar," Peter B.
Guy Bates Post Feature; Three Thousand Kyne's romance of Southern Call-
'ornia as picturized by Cosmopoli-
Actors Take Part in Production tan for Paramount release, is the race
were Don Mike's pet, Panchito, with
the range burrs still in his mane,
Have you ever heard of Naisha- blan steeds, hovels and palaces runs away from a field of bangtails
pur? Almost a thousand years ago crowding each other-towering over and brings home the bacon to the
it was a name to conjure with. them all the Temple of Zoroaster, Rancho Palomar.
it was a name to conjure with. earchiteeturally reflecting the univer- Sice the racing was ended the
Golden Neihrapur was the cultural sality of its influence over all the problem for the producers was to
center of the universe at its time, thoughts and lives of those within g',t a crowded grandstand for the
and it possessed additional fascina-, its shadows. *.P'aon. Fortunately, the Spanish-
tions for our retrospect in its tradi- Thus, too, Omar himself is a per- neriv)In spirit still survives in
tions. For the Orient may have son of kaleidoscopic contrast. An Soutihern Califora*b, and a horse
grown decadent, but it will never idealist and a scientist, yet he tried n ,.. t:ke:. prec'u'dence over every-
grow stale. And Golden Naishapur to drown the pain of his thwarted t'ing.
held all the lure of the East com- love in the juice of the grapo and Advertisements were inserted in
bined with the vigor of the West. spent many hours with empty pated the local faper,- that the race scenes
This is the city in which dwelt revellers. We who are familiar of "The Pride of Palomar" would be
the universally known and beloved with the Rubaiyat Lhrough the filmdl at the Ventura track, and as
per.sonality now imperishably recre- translation made famous by Ed- a special attraction there would be
ated on the screen by Guy Bates ward Fitzgerald know Omar only a chariot race between Tom Clark,
Post, Amerian's most distinguished in his lesser moods, although there he county supervisor, and Bob An-
actor, in his portrayal of "Omar, the is much of sound philosophy in all derson, a well known rancher. The
Temituaker." a First National attrac- of his quatrains. The fact is .that result was a crowd of about 5,000
tion coining to the Monroe Theatre nOmnr wrote over eleven hundred Iersons. whose enthusiasm for the
tod:iy. It is the film version of quatrains Fitzgerald used only local favorites was fine for the
the stage ,successor the same name; four hundred; in the other seven
Richard Walton Tully, our foremost hundred we find numerous straight
playwright produced, served in both scientific statements and really $10,000 DAMAGE SUIT
capacities for the play and the idealistic utterances. PENDING AGAINST
ciiremadrama. Truly typical of his times and of N IU At lAll
Naishapur was Omar and Omar the city in which he dwelt, Omar ANDERSON, OKLAHOMA
was .Naishapur. So always is there the Tentmaker's many aided per-
one man or one woman who does sonality images Golden Naishapur. WASHINGTON, March 8.-Miss
not merely represent the spirit of In this picturization, we see themHNG N, March 8.-Miss
his city and his time-he IS that both as they have never been re- Alice M. Robertson, of Oklahoma,
sprit and that time. Every attri- vealed before. With all its color, whose term as a member of the
bute of the city had its image in Naishapur is a real city, with real house expired Sunday, was sued
the hian; his every characteristic people living real lives, just as they Monday in the District of Columbia
was an inlivldual interpretation of have done from time immemorial supreme court for $10,000 damages
the urban personality. and as they are doing today. for alleged slander. The suit was
brought by Benjamin E. Cook, her
Behold Goldien Naishapur, as it The sets of Naishapur cover sev- former secretary, who charged that
was in the heyday of its glory-and eral acres, the buildings number Miss Robertson in a conversation
as you will see it in its entirety in thirty-eight, the streets and plazas Mis Roberhadsold i automobile with-
thi.s forthcoming First National mas- can hold-and did hold during the said he ha sold her automobile with-
terpiec(. Winding streets on which filming of the picture-three thou- out authority and had "pocketed the
lnevar., jostleo silk swathed sand actors. But it is not the size proceeds."
d(ignitanries, thi( roistering tavern of the sets that matters; rather it is
hard by the home of the Imam the drama enacted upon them. In On 73 veterans of the Mexican war
Mowaffak, greatest of all teachers thia vital regard, Guy Bate. Post remain on the United Stae.. pension
in the city, crippled slaves scamper- and Producer Tully have builded a list.
ing out of the way before process. masterpiece in "Omar the Tent- .
sions of camels and dashing Ara- maker."

OH, GIRLS: LISTEN. TRIAL AT BEDSIDE Vivacls!
ILONDON, Mar. S.-The habit of MANC'"Ki.STER, Eiiff., Mar. 8.-, | 'movewu efugtth
constantly powdering the nose and George Tebbuts, a paralytic for 20 I .
face, eminent physicians say, is ruin- years, was tried at his bedside for Dr. KINGS PILLS
isg the complexion of the modern obtaining credit by fraud. He was -for constfiafton
-ii -icluitted.
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diamonds!


But the farmers didn't know. Many of them died poor. They
thought the priceless gems were pebbles.


Some folks are just like those Kimberley farmers. They
seek opportunity in some distant place and overlook the wealth
that is daily within their grasp.


Advertising is a diamond mine of opportunity. It tells of
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cameramen, and saved Director
Frank Borzage a lot of work. The
only feature missing was the book-
makers, and even at that, Clark'a
backers managed to collect a lot of
money when he won.
"The Pride of Palomar," which
will be the feature at the Monro*
Theatre tomorrow and Saturday, has
much to recommend it. The stozy is
by Peter B. Kyne, being an adapta-
tion ef his well known novel of the
same name. The cast is all star,
featuring Forrest Stanley and Mar-
jorie Daw, and includes James Bar-
row, Joseph Dowling, Warner Oland
aid others. The theme is powerful
and deals with the problem of a
young Californian just back from
Ecivice abroad with the American
forces when he finds that the family
ranch is being absorbed by hostile
interests. It is his fight against
heavy odds to regain his ancestral
home that provides the lively action.
Other features are the love Interest
when a girl stands midway in a
struggle between her father und her
sweetheart and a great horse race
with a surprise finish.
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A MAN WHO BECAME
FAMOUS
Doctor 1. V. Pierce, whose pic-
turt app.iar. above, Was not only a
successful physician but also a pro-
found student of the medicinal
qualities of Nature's remedies, roots
and herbs, and by close observation
of the methods used by the Indiana,
)ie dtscovtreid VniAr.r rat -remedlia
qualities, especially for weaknesses
of women, and after careful prep.
aration succeeded in giving to the
world a remedy which has been used
by women with the best results for.
half a century. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is still in great denjdi
while many other so called "cure-
alls" have come and gone, The
reason for its phenomenal success is
because of its absolute purity, and
Dr. Pierce's high standing as an
honored citizen of Buffalo is a
guarantee of all that is claimed for
the Favorite Prescription as a reg-
ulator for the ills .peculiar to we-
men.'
Send 10c for trial pkg. to Dr.
Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N.
Y.-Adv.
MOTHER-IN-LAW SOLUTION
CHICAGO, Mar. 8-Justice Cairns
advie.d a husband in hie court to
.I a home just as far' as posIble
rom li mother-in-law,
Cold settled in the muscles of the
neck, arms or shoulder makes every
movement painful. Use Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It relieves the pain
an I relaxes the muscles. Three sizes,
30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Key
West Drug Co. T T S
Ships which cost $000,00 i e.-ht,,e',
minhnths alter the armistice, can n1.w
be bought for $100,000.


WOMEN FROM

FORTY TO FIFTY
Will Be Interested in Mrs.Hooker's
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t.Paul, Mlnn.-" going through
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and the troubles a
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hot flashes, nervous-
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At times I was not
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11. but since taking
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I ow>ta I to your great medicine."-
MAaTRA HOOKm 114 College Avenue,
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heat flashes, which produce headaches,
dissiness or a sense of suffocation they
should take Lydia B. PinkhaI's Vege-
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Masonle Directory
Dade Lodge No. 14, F. & A. M.
meets first and third Wednesdays oi
each month in lodge rooms on Flem-
lxg street. George L. Babcock, sec-
retary.
Dr. Felix Varela Lodge No. 64 F.
& A. M., meets second and fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and Simon-
ton streets. I. Padron, secretary
Anchor Lodge No. 182, F. & A.
M., meets second and fourth Mon-
days at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
and Simonton streets. John W. Pin-
der, secretary.
Island Chapter No. 21, Royal Arch
Masons, meets first and third Mon-
days at Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and
Simonton streets. Chas. H. Ketchum,
secretary.
Monroe Council No. 2, Royal and
Select Masters, meets first and third
Friday at Scottish Rite hall, Eator.
and Simonton streets. Charles H.
Ketchum, secretary.
Baron Commandery No. 3, Knights
Templar meets second and fourth
Wednesday at Scottish Rite ball,
Eaton ard Simonton streets. Charles
H. Ketchum, recorder.
Palm Lodge of Perfection No. 10,
meets first and third Thursdays at
the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and
Simonton streets. Chas. H. Kotchum,
secretary.
Southern Cross Council, Knights of
Rose Croix, meets first and third
Tuesday on call at the Scottish Rite
hall, Eaton and Simonton streets.
Charles H. Ketchum, secretary.
Alpha Council No. 8, Knights Ka.
dosh, meets second Tuesday. in sach
month at the Scottish Rite hall, Eaton
and Simonton streets. Charles 11
Ketchue secretary.
Key West Consiatory No. 4, meots
first Friday in each month at the
Scottish Rite hall, Eaton and Simon-
ton streets. Charles H. Ketchum,
secretary.
Order of BaltE St.ar
* S^ r C",o. r cA
RArMth r, lyet scones atid
Sfui ,lfty at SBedtih Rit hwail,
Baton and Simonton streets. Mrs.
HI.da COwtho-ne, secretary.


Meets
month.
tarp.


of' e. ray
J. Pei.f Chapter, a
DeM meets .ry 'ueay pigh
at 8(tn at onottish Rite halr, uaton
and e Ue onton streets. Harry Curry,
secretary. .
United Spanlsh War Vtetra.m
B. H. McCalla Camp No, 5, Unit-
ed Spanish War Veterans, meet
every fourth Friday of the month
in the Knights of the Golden Sagle
Hall, corner etf Fleming and Grinnell
streets. George E. Spencer,' Camp
Adjutant.
Degree of Pocahontas
Minoca Council, No. 18, meets on
the first and third Tuesday of the
month at 7 p. m. at the Red Men's
Hall. Mrs. Annie Baker, Keeper of
Records. ,,'
B. H. MeCalla AuxIliary
B. H. McCalla Auxiliary, U. S.
Spahish War Veterans, meets every
Second Friday of the month in the
eightss of the Golden Eagle Hall,
corner of Fleming and Grinnell Sts.
Jonnie Seymour, secretary.
P. O. S. of A.
P. 0. S, of A. Camp No. 12, meets
every Tuesday night in their hall,
119 Duval street. Paul Archer, Sec-
retary.
Knights Golden Eagle
The Knights of the Golden Eagle
meets every Tuesday night at the
lall, Grinnell and Fleming streets.
Percy M. Roberts, master of records.
D. 0. K. K.
Lamel Club, D. 0. K. K., meets
every Tuesday night at their ha'l at
Fleming and Margaret streets. G. J.
Stricker, secretary.


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Rheumatism, lumbago, neuritis,
backache, stiff neck, sore muscles,
strains, sprains, aching joints. When
you are suffering so you can hard-
ly get around, just try Red Pepper
Rub.
Nothing has such concentrated,
penetrating heat as red peppers, and
when heat penetrates right down
into pain and congestion 'relief
comes at once.
Just as soon as you apply Red
Pepper Rub you feel the tingling
heat. In three minutes the sore spot
is warmed through and through and
the torture is gode.
Rowles Rei Pepper Rub, made
from red peppers, eosts little at any
drug ston. Get a jar at once. Be
sure to get the genuine, with the
name Rowles on every package.--
Adv.


Sbdae Club
the first Tu day in each
Arthur H. Sheppard, secre-


THURSDAY. MARGH 8. 1923.


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Odd Fellows
Key West Lodge No. 13, I. 0. O.
F., meets each Monday night at
Otdd Fellows hall on Caroline street,
Cuba Lodge No. 15, I. 0. 0. F.,
meets each Tuesday nitht at Odd
Fellows hall on Caroline street.
Equity Lodge No. 70, I. 0. 0. F.,
meets each Wednesday night at Odd
l'ellows hall on Caroline street.
Otto Encampment No. 5, meets
each Sunday afternoon at Odd Fel-
lows hall on Caroline street.
Knilghts of Columbus
Key West Council 1015, Knights
of Columbus, meets in the K. C. hall
Division street, on the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 8
o'clock. G. L. Lowe, G. K.; William
Freeman, R, S.
Catholic Daughters
The Catholic Daughters of Amer.
lea meet every other Thursday at the
K. C. Hall on Division street.. Mrs.
May Gallagher, secretary.
B. P. 0. Elks
Key West Lodge No. 551, B. P. 0.
F:lks, meets every Thursday night in
their lodge room, 818 Duval street
Norberg Thompson, E. R.; Joseph
McMahon, Secretary.
Woodmen of World
Key West Camp No. 23, Woodmer.
of the World, meets every first ancd
third Friday in the K. G. E. hall,
Fleming street. F. 0. Weech, 3. C.;
Dr. C. F. Kemp, Clerk.
Pythian Sisters
The Pythian Sisters meet the
second Thursday pMd the fourth
'-Wday'of each month at the Odd
Fellows Hall, Caroline street. Mrs.
Julia Sweeting, secretary.
Improved Order of Red Men
Tigertail Tribe No 19, 1. 0. R.
M., meets every Mnday evening at
thr Wg i, isMabeth and Oarolin
tWeets. a i* Robeots, master tf
records.
Amerlean Legion
Arthur Sawyer Post, No. 28, Amer.-
'can Legion, meets the second and
fourth Fridays of each month. L. G.
Lewis, commander R. E. Faulkner,
adjutant.
Lad ie of Goldes EaSle
adlo .of .Gold9n ,Eagle, Borids
Templ No. 1, meets on thdC.eond
and ftearth on4ys of the month
at the Golden 'Eag'e Hall. Mtre.
Annie Baker, Guardian of Records.
P. 0. of A. Camp
P. 0. of A. Camp No. 4, meets
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month at the P. 0. S. of A. hall,
119 Duval street, Ailine R. Lowe,
recording secretary.
Overseas Camp, Royal Neighbors of
America
Overseas Camp, Royal Neighbors
of America, holds its regular meet-
ing at the Golden Eagle hall on the
fourth Thursday in each month, at
8 o'clock.
Modern Woodmen of Amerlia
Island Camp 17020, M. W. A.,
meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays,
of the month t 8 p. m. at the Red
Men's Hall. John C. Park, Clerk.
La Asoclacion Nuestra Seflora de la
Caridad del Cobre
Holds its regular meeting on the
third Sunday of each month at 4
o'clock p. m. in the K. C. Hall, Di-
vision street. Mrs. Y. Ayala, Secy.
KnIghts of Pythias
Island City Lodge No. 14, K. of
P., meets the first, second and third
Friday in each month at the Odd
Fellows Hall on Caroline street.
Alfred Higgs, secretary.
Coral City Lodge No. 68, K. of
P., meets the first, third and fourth
Thursday in each month at the Odd
Fellows Hall on Caroline street.
Isle of the Sea Lodge No. 104, K.
of P., meets every Wednesday night
at the hal', Fleming and Grinnell.


TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
General Bramwell Booth, world
head of the Salvation Army, born at
Halifax, England, 67 years ago to-
day.
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, old-
est member of the Supreme Court of
the Unitd States, born in Boston, 82
years ago today.
Ira Nelson Morris, late United
States Minister to Sweden, born in
Chicago, 48 years ago today.
Dr. William H. BoyA, president of
the Western College for Women, at
Oxford, 0., born at Allegheny, Pa.,
11 years ago today.
J. Hampton Moore, mayor of Phila-
delphia, born at Woodbury, N. J., 59
v"ors ago today.

Marshal Foch, of France, is said
to have given more than 20,000 auto-
graphs during the past two years.1
Of this number, more than half
were. for Americans.


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


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TODAY'S EVENTS
Today is Mi-Careme, marking the
end of the first half of the Lenten
season.
The Roamn Catholic diocese of
Detroit is 90 years old today, hav-
ing been erected on this date in
1888.
Congratulations today to Oliver
Wendell Holmes, oldest justice of the
Supreme Court of the United States,
on his 82nd birthday anniversary.
One hundred years ago today was
born Count Julius Andrassy, a Hun-
vLrian revolutionist who became the
prime minister of the Austrian e0n.
pire.
DANCING BEATS GOLF
PARIS, Mar. 8,-Dancers are now
held from 10 p. ni. to 5 a. m., dur-
'ng which time a couple taking the
floor for every dance cover about
30 miles.
Water Blisters on tlnnad or i,'',.e
will disappear after a raw applications
, m .g rial Nteaqaa Remqdy. AIf
dMtSmW~1'ar0 authorized to refund youth
mo .if ttfair% ... Adv.
Artificial lia bk supplied to v t
victims by the British Ministry of:
Pensions last year comprised 9,469
legs, 3,937 arms and artificial eyes
in 4,000 cases.
Watch your children for symptoms
of worms. They undermine the health
and breed sickness. Use White's
Cream Vermifuge. It expels worms
and restores health and vigor. Prie,
85c. Sold by Key West Drug Co.
TTS
Fish to the amount of 212,210 tons
pass through the famous Billings-
gate tniarket in London every year.


BE COMFORTABLE

IN HAVANA
And the best aid to be comforta-
hie Is to stop at an hotel that
caters especially to the English-
speaking traveler, having Eng-
llh-speaklng attendants that
can intelligently interpret your
requirements.
SUCH AN HIOTrL IN HAVANA
IS THE
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
Havana's Newest Hotel. THE
ROYAL PALM. Is located In the
exact centre of the City,. at lido
of Colon Park, Havanas largest
park,
The rooms at THu ROYAL PALM
are large, airy and furnished
with solid Cuban Mahogany Fur-
niture. Each room is equipped
with every modern device for
the comfort and safety of the
guments. From the telephone In
your room you can, In ten min-
utes, have connection made to
talk direct with your home or
with your office staff. The bath
rooms at the HOTEL ROYAL
PALM are cuimpletely installed
with every sanitary device, AND
-(Note this is for future refer-
ence)-Hot water at all times.
The Dining Boom at the HOTEL
ROYAL P"A I noted for serv-
Inwg Real seWvhome American
food, everything cooked and
.,,"rved In the American style and
flavor, this one fact probably
more than anything else, assures
the complete enjoyment cf your
visit, because, who can feel like
enjoyment unless you can relish
:,'ou,)r meals.
The Prices at the HOTEL ROYAL
PAII are moderate, consistent
with good service. THE ROYAL
PALM ia not a Tourist Hotel in
the sense of the word. but is open
for business all the year around.
'.ofors it does not depend on
the Income from three months to
pay the expenses for the entire
year You can get good single
rooims from $3.00 up, and double
room. from 14.00 up.
The ROYAL PALM HOTEL In-
-eters meet your boat on ar-
rival at Havana and will be
pleased t< %ssist you at Customs
and conduct you to the Hotel.
We would advise, however, that
you write or cable in advance
or reservations during this
month. Rut you can rely that
we 'tll do our utmost to accom-
modate you nicely.
HOTEL ROYAL PALM
P'e OOOD
DRAGONNI 10 HAVANIA
S(at sidb of Co'on Park)
VW, TODGIOHA Manager
tik1 Mr. e Poster aboet Hotel Royal
Palm.-le KInewv


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COLDS ARE CONTAGIOUS
Coughs and Colds are contagious
and require prompt treatment as
they spread or develop into Flu and
Gaippe. Take no chances when you
can get Foley's Honey and Tar for
a few cents and quickly check coughs
and colds. The constantly increas-
ing demand for Foley's Honey and
Tar, for three generations, has made
it the largest selling cough medicine I
In the World. Contains no opiates
-ingredients are printed on the
wrapper. Refuse substitutes. Insist
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CLUB ANNOUNCES

AVIATION TROPHY


SOVIET EXPORTS

GRAIN WHILE


FOR GLIDERS ONLY POPULACESTARVES


ANJIAL REUNION OF CONFED- COMPETITION ARRANGED FOR


IRATE VETERANS WILL BE
MELD AT NEW ORLEANS IN
ArRIL


(By Associated Press)
BATON ROUGE, La., Mar. 8.-
LiMeehing of ..reparations for the
.mm lt reunion of the United Con-
feerate Veterans to be held in New
tfewwa in April has recalled to
toaiiana historians an interesting
fat in connection with one of the
*~standing figures of the Civil War
Iish is known to few persons of the
pmnrt generation.
General William Tecumseh Sher-
atn, who headed the "march to the
wsm' through Georgia, resigned as
keae of a southern educational insti-
Mn in 1861 to tender his services
to Ohio, his native state.
There hangs in Garig Hall, at the
LUnttiana State University here, an
vd painting of General Sherman, who
was first superintendent of the old
Leidsiana State Seminary, at Alexan-
Ana. The Seminary was burned in
1I69, was relocated in Baton Rouge
mt became Louisiana State. Gen-
erai Sherman, whp graduated at West
P ait attained the rank of colonel in
e inny, resigned his commission,
mad was elected superintendent of
A4e Seminary in 1859.

BANKRUPT AT 19
fHEFFIFLD, Eng., Mar. 8-Henry
Is&A1S, 9l years of age, filed a peti-
lime m bankruptcy owing to business
isesm.

SCHOOL BAN ON CANDY
LtVECRPOOL, Mar. 8.-All pupils
a~t e-'c'ndary schools have been for-
d.dein to buy candy going to or from


GOOD ROADS IN POLAND
WARSAW, Mar. 8.-The govern-
mnt is planning to annrnnlrate sev-


OCTOBER IN CONJUNCTION
WITH PULITZER CONTEST,
SAYS I. J. O'MALLEY

(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, March 8.-A competi-
tion for gliders is being arranged to
be held in St. Louis next October at
the time of the Pulitzer Trophy race,
according to I. J. O'Malley, secretary
of the Aviation Club of Chicago.
A number of machines are under
construction in Chicago, Mr. O'Mal-
lay states, and the entry list of men
operating motorless gldiing machines
will be large. "A machine built
from the plans of the "Vampy"
glider, which made the world's
record at the German meet last
August, is now in the United States
and will Compote," said Dr. O'Mal-
ley.
"Though a good aeroplane pilot
will readily learn to fly a glider, no
one without previous training in
powered flight can expect to suc-
cessfully manipulate a glider. This
work requires a sense of "feel" and'
the pre-knowledge of detecting the
"soaring wave" in the air current.
In short, motorless flight instruction
has commenced, which bespeaks a
new era in aeronautics. This,
coupled with the proven fact that
gliders, with thier large wing area,
are inimeasurably less liable to ac-
cident than heavy power machines,
speaks volumes for safety in flight."

$44,000 FINE FOR M. D.
ABERDEEN, Scotland, Mar. 8.-
Dr. Roland Sinclair is liable to fines
"aggregating $44,000 for prescribing
Irugs for his own use.

THE LITERARY ARMY
LONDON, Mar. 8.--British sol-
diers seeking promotion must now
have a knowledge of Dickens', Scott's,
Southey's and Shakespeare's works.


Smilliondollars for the building AUSTRIANS DYING OUT
4 vodl::oads,
uM R T E .Ta- or LRmA, VIENNA, Mar. 8.-Physicians re-
N_ H tfdICIAL ci :cu', .port each a.decrease in the birth rata
Mf' ua co u.-.I-N IIAWURY. that in fifty years native Austrian.
.* elorear e Re'Blek. Ckcomplatasat, twill be practically extinct.
,o ,, Moore B .la .,..D t. IHAPPY., THO' WED 6o YEARS
.1si appearing by the sworn bill flied
616 above-stated cause thamt ennas
sk* lBlack, the defendant therein GRIMSBY, Eng., Mar. 8.-Mr. and
-MRe4 if a non-resident of the State Mrs
o ei ori, and now a resident of New t Mrs. Alfred Doust, aged 88 and 85,
* a., La., and that he is over the declared the 66th anniversary of
o 9twenty-one years; it is there' their wedding the happiest moment
fore ordered that said non-resident de-
tbatn be and he i1 hereby required of their lives.
MSaWl to' the bill of complaint Tied
0 AiGd cause "n or before Monday, the
S"y of Aprit, A. D. 1923,lotherwise 7 NAMES FOR I VICTIM
0aiolons of said bill will be
tese ws confessed by said defendant. '
Iif i further ordered that this order BERLIN, Mar. 8.-A woman kill-
es published once each week for fo"r
eascutive weeks in The Key West ed by an automobile near the Hotel
~iu, a newspaper published in said \dlon was identified under seven
wnty and State.
'this March 3, 11123. different names.
(fWal) D. Z. FILER.
.lerk circuit court. . . . .. .


Kolicitor for Complainant.
aX.-t10-17-24-31.
1 cInCUIT COURT. STATE OF
asattilA, IHLEVSNNTIT JUDICIAL
C1ltMC;IT. MONitOid tOUlNTr-IN

l'ederil<,t Paes.S, Comnplainant,
Vui.
Sletala (Gelabert de F ,s, Defendant.
I ttPliarling by the sworn bill filed
do t('. above-stated cause that Catalina
W.atebrt de Foages, the defendant there-
3K named, is a non-resident of the
fte of Florida, and now a resident of
iavrnia, Cuba, and that she is over
2 ageU of twenty-one years; it Is
tcwpforp ordered that manl non-resi-
4mt defendant be and she is hereby
irlted to appear to the bill of coin-
sgaint filed In said catase on or before
wm ilay, the 7th day of May, A. D.
e12 otherwise the allegations of Wald
*0 Will be taken as confessed by said
dlmndant.
it is further ordered that this order
1 published once each week for eight
Amsecutive weeks in The Key West
Vinnm. a newspaper published In said
sm uty and State.
T1is February 26, 1923.
D, Z. FILET.,
Seat) Clerk Circuit Court,
Wltcitor tor Complainant,
V. 99; M. -13-19-I; A. 2-9-16-23.
1n ounrT OFr COUNTY JVDGo
f re estate of
ARMAND W. MORSELL
1ftni is hereby given, to all whom
S'm'a concern, that on the 14th day
S Oy, A. D;. 1933. we shall apply to
4a honorable Hugh Gunn, Judge of
& Court, as Judge of Probate, for
i r fnal discharge as Executors of
de state of Armand W. Morsell, de-
4,emd; and that at the same time we
S resent our final accounts as
traitors of said estate, and ask for
*4% approval,
'February A. D.,
CARRYL nmTHivL.'
ERIC GWYNN.
SALVADOR NAPOLES,
r. IT; Mh. 6-1i3.0.27; A. -a10-17-24;
A thin jet of water from a nozzle
*s, and one-half inches in diameter,
web pressure is nearly. two tons to
'e square inch,..tis so rigid that a
Atag' man is unable to force an iron
w.4Mitmn through the stream.

W iTm Psince, a blind veteran
S fA World Wir, was recently mar.
= k Mashanor City, Pa., to Miss
Wikl, .whb hi. been blind
adme LfrUUt.


SCHOOL PUPIL UNTIL 90
DALTON, Eng., Mar. 8.-Mrs.
Hannah Dixon, who died at the age
of 98, was a Sunday school pupil un-
til she was 90.
DIES TO ESCAPE SCHOOL
MONTREAL, Mar. 8-Rather than
go to school, 13-year-old Richard
Somerville committed suicide by
shooting.
Rev. Fairbanks B. Stockdale, of
Bayside, L. I., is making a study of
the chicken language. Reverend
Stockdale claims he can now dis-
tinguish 21 different sounds.

MICKIE SAYS


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grain than they needed for their
own use," this official said. "If we
started again to requisition grain
from the peasants or co-operatives,
we not only would undo all of the
work of two years, but would be di-
rectly refuting our new policy of
free trade."
Export 60,000,000 Bushels
At a recent meeting of The State
Plan Commission, the official
statistician declared that Russia
should be able to export from last
year's crop about 100,000,000
poods, or roughly 60 million
bushels of grain. Th e is now
ripe, this expert said, for Russia to
endeavor to regain the European
bread market. He doubted, how-
ever, the ability of the co-operatives
to handle such a large quantity of
grain. A small amount of Russian
rye and wheat is already at the ports,
but up to the present time little of
it has actually been placed aboard
ship for export.
The Scandinavian countries are
expected to be the principal buyers
of Russian grain this year.


CANADIAN COW
ESTABLISHES NEW
BUTTER RECORD
VANCOUVER, B. C., March 8.-
Agamsiz Segis May Echo, a five-year-
old Holstein, owned by the Dominion
Experimental farm at Agassiz, B.
C., has established a world's record
in butter production, according to
the announcement of W. H. Hicks,
superintendent of the farm.
This queen of dairy animals, Mr.
H'cks said, has in :065 days produced
30,886 pounds of milk, averaging
more than 4 per cent butter fat and
yielding 1681 pounds of butter.
"This," said Mr. Hicks, "is seventy-.
four puunds of butter more than
that produced in the same period by
the previous world's record holder,
Bella Pontiac of Brantford, Ont.

HEALING CREAM


ISQUICkREIF

FOR HEAD COLDS

Colds and catarrh yield like magic
to soothing, healing antiseptic cream
that penetrates through every air
passage and relieves swollen in-
flamed membranes of nose and
throat. Your clogged nostrils open
right up and'you can breathe free-
ly. Hawking and snuffling stop.
Don't stay staffed up and miserable.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist. Apply a
little in the nostrils and get instant
relief. Millions endorse this remedy
known for more than fifty years.-
Adv.

TO CLIMB GREAT PEAK
-[
EDMONTON, Alberta, Mar. 8.-
The Alpine Club of Canada is gather-
ing geological data preparatory, to
sending an ex e'ri;',on to climb' Mount
..ogan, 20,000 eet.


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Chcc4v Coughs CokbS
Years ago Grandma used Dr. Bell's
PincTar Honey for the coughs of all
the family. Today, as yesterday, it is
relieving the suffering ofthouands of
little ones as well as grown-ups. It beaks up
nlight attacks of coughing, loosens phlegm.
sooths Inflamend tissues. Keep botti on
our stli right through the bd weather.
At aiy drug store.
G niflst outiftejP-. HOS
w'e- _


5,000 PIES DESTROYED
NEW YORK, Mar. 8.-Kerosene
got into the shortening used in a
local bakery and 5,000 pies had to
be destroyed as a result.

The French people favor gray
cats for luck.


THOMPSON FOR SENATE
CHICAdO, Mar. 8-Though Mayor
"Bill"' Thompson has declined to
stand for re-election, his friends are
planning to run him for U. S. Sena-
tor in 1924.
Chemists in Japan have been ex-
perimenting with a collodial fluid
for fuel that displaces both coal and
oil, and which it is said may revolu-
tionise shipping because of its in-
tense heat and the small space in
which the supply for the cruise may
be stored.
The highest church building in the
world is being built by Chicago
Methodists.


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Keep This Ready
At the first symptom of a cough
or cold, breathe Hyomel. The best
people always have it in the house
-and end a cold before it gets deep.
seated. Sold by Key West Drug
Co.-Adv.
MONUMENT FOR TURFMAN
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Mar. 8-A move-
nienp has been launched to erect a
monument to the memory of Arthur
Barrett Dade, famous turfman and
racing starter.
Tiny quills of gold dust form the
standard of value in the highlands
of British Guiana.


FREE PUZZLE


These Puzzles May Be Had By Pertonal Application At The Citizen Office


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JOHN LOWE, JR., SONS
DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Dealer and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Shingles
and Laths, Walter's Galvanized Shingles, Alpha
Portland Cement. Congo Rubber Roofing, Key.
stone Galvanized Nails Carey's Cement Roofing.
H. B. DAVIS 100 PER CENT PAINT AND OILS


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Is an Advertising Investment


Good Collateral?




Your money deposited in banks is loaned by bankers upon
the security of merchandise whose value has been created and
is maintained by advertising.


Is the created more substantial than its creator-the product
than the tool?


More and more, bankers are recognizing the essential verity
of this principle-that money can be loaned as safely upon
a sound advertising investment as upon other collateral which
advertising has developed ar.nd maintained.


PUBLISHED BY THE KEY WEST CITIZEN IN CO-
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