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Publication Date: September 12, 1919
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THE


KEY


MEMBER


WEST


OF


THE ASSOCIATED


CITIZENS


VOLUME XL. No. 248. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS





Key West Ravaged By Appalling Storm

o


Decidedly the severest, most prolonged and destructive storm in the
history of the city of Key West is pa st, and, it is hoped, is forever gone.
Every home in the city was damaged, from the extent of a few
dollars on up into thousands. Industries suffered severely. Business
houses were all injured in one way and another and many of the pro-
prietors sustained enormous losses. The tobacco factories were heaviest
losers. The damage in the amber leaf alone representing in the neighbor-
hood of a million dollars. Shipping interests are paralyzed.
The cigar factoris- of tho MPty may not resume operation under two to
four weeks. The strike of the cigar makers was settled, and the men were
ready to return to work, but as a result of the storm they will remain idle
for a few more weeks, and be deprived of the $65,000 weekly pay roll.
Practically all the pretty trees, for which Key West is justly famous,
were uprooted or torn to shreds by the winds.
Through the alertness of Mayor Allan B. Clear and his board of city
councilmen, the city is being cleared up at a marvelously rapid rate.
The army and navy motor trucks have joined in the service of the city and
are helping the other trucks and vehicles remove the branches of fallen
trees and other debris that lined the streets at the end of the storm.
The Key West Electric Company performed marvelous work and power
mad lights are available two or three days ahead of the time calculated
upon. The Key West Gaf' Company doubled their efforts to restore serv-
lee and soon had the supply of gas sufficient for all purposes. Street car
service was resumed about 10 o'clock today and regular schedule is be.
ing maintained.
The telephone company rendered valuable service up until the storm
put the system clear out of commission. The silvery voice of the girls at
the switchboard answered the calls while the lightning flashed, the winds


Decidedly the heaviest losers by
the storm in Key West are the
cigar factories. Those sustaining
the greatest loss were the Havana-
American Company and the Sam I.
Davis Company.
The Havana-American Company
will total a loss of between $200,-
000 to a half million in ruined ma-
terial. ;
The Davis facto". 1l9ses ilwealy
in material and the large factory
building is wrecked to the extent
that a new structure may have to be
erected before operation of the
factory cans be resumed. It is hard
to place an estimate on the total
loss at the present time, but it will
run' into hundreds of thousands of
dollars. Great, sections of the Tear
of the main brick fadtory building
have fallen out and' the roof *as
practically torn off by the winds.
The Gato factories suffered
severe loss, estimated at least at
$(5,000 and may reach $100,000f
One thousand barrels of drying to-
bacco ruined in one stack. Vast
quantities of finished goods are
soaking wet and worthless. The
roof was blown from the two main
factories and vast stores of the leaf
ready for the workmen utterly
ruined.
The Mi Favorita factory loses
$5,000 in damaged material as re-
sult of the storm, fully protected
by storm insurance. This is the
only one, or at least one of the very
few, of the local factories to carry
storm insurance protection.
The Cortez factory suffered only
slight damages and it is thought
will be able to resume operation
Monday morning.
Armour & Company's goods in
storage were damaged, as sales were
impossible during the period of the
storm. Loss will exceed $2,000 and
more.
Cabrera Bros., wholesale grocers',
loses were quite heavy, but were
fully covered by storm insurance.
Damage at the Consumers Ice
Company plant will be in the neigh-
borhood of $10,000.
Condition of things at the Key
West Box Factory are deplorable.
Daring the strike of the cigar-
makers, manufactured goods had
piled up there, as there was no one
at the factories to receive them had
delivery been offered.' All the
boxes already manufactured, and
the plant is full of them, were' wet
and are now warped so that they
are simply ruined. The labels and
paper hang l4from the bees as a
result of sh* e moisture In the roofs.
The sky l g overhe system, of
motors w *wl i a-id the
motvs.- fli. N l t lAI
time..the of iye to
motors. f 'ef do worth
of leather e made worth-
less %- water, an a machine thai
cost $i~$00 under a place where the
rodl was blown off' is in bad condi.
tion. It will take the box factor*
a, year to get baok to what it was be-
fore thO.stem, and $10,000 would
not gve' tbe loee.
The kem"e of' Pa, Demeowtw
Cperane sweet, was lifted fre1s its
. dem-t ga4 throws eat ii l'ed0


tion about four
siderable damage
The drug stoP
Caroline and Dc
heavy loser. Ti
H. Specht, estin
about $2,000.
windows were c
against show ca
merchant ie. A
of the erA*mtJa
The, glass In the
building, owned I
completely destr
$800.
Amusu Thea
blown away. M
standing up we
loss, which he s
$18,000. Some
be salvaged and
loss somewlit.'
C. Reeol, Who
stock by water r
The Recio est
tenant property.
ant -houses were
foundation, a n
aged and a few
ed. $15.000 wc
total loss.
T. A. Lumley
and packer and
interests in. Key
the others in ev
tenant proper
severely without
Many of the bu
from their pillow
moved as far as
position. His
stock was soake(
lifted roof, witi
difficult to esti
Haskel Lebos
hMi store, cornme
Filming streets,
for which he ha
800 went all to
The garage c
Atwell on Divis
pietely demolish
a mass of debr
crushed an Old
A. J. Saunders;
longing to Roge
well's Chevrolet
Albert Frow, am
are practically
cars, tools, etc.,
000.
Olivieri's pha
garet and Flem
in awfully bad
flooding the pla
be made as to
amount the dai
it will go consi
simd dollars.
k srke )Qto e
sLdairale -dana
., J. ap4 P. M
3viisiqn street
iraeer coming
The took of d
is badly soiled,
down. Loss ab
The barber m
from the
thero
d is "I


howled and the thunders roared, and their efficient and fearless service no
doubt saved the city much in many w ays,
The ice supply was cut off by the plant becoming disabled, but before
the storm was over men were at work making repairs, and this afternoon
ice was available in any quantity at the plant.
Key West was at the mercy of the elements for seventeen long hours.
The Citizen announced the approach of the storm Monday afternoon. It
was expected to reach here some time during Monday night; but on ac-
count of its traveling very slowly it did not strike the city in full force
until late Tuesday afternoon. At 4:830 o'clock Tuesday afternoon the storm
center came over the southern portion of the Florida Keys, Key West
falling directly in its course. The hurricane approached at a velocity of
76 miles an hour, gradually increasing in intensity until the maximum
of 120 miles was reached between 12 and 1 o'clock Tuesday night.
The greater part of the damage was done between 12 and 3 o'tiock a. m.
It is conceded by the weather bureau and oldest citizens as being the
most disastrous storm that ever visited the city.
Miraculously small is the casualty list at Key West. Only two deaths
are authentically reported. Capt. Pritchard, of Key West, who was on the
dredge Grampus when she went down, lest his life by not being,, able to
swim. A young sailor, whose name was gives as C. P. L. Hansen, jump.
ed overboard from a subehaser. His body was washed out to sea and has
not been recovered.
Since all the homes were damaged more or less, it is found impos-
sible to name all of them in the list below, and some that were badly In.
jured may possibly be omitted, but The Citizen has made an earnest ef-.
fort to have the list as complete ard accurate as was possible under the
circumstances.


SHIPPING INTERESTS

SUFFER TO GREAT EXTENT



FROM STORM'S RAVAGES


Shipping inter
alarming degree
the storm. Wrec
the Florida Keys
Coast, and it will
fore reports are
The British Ad
Jandoli came int
from the hurricane
She dragged anch
Tuasldt, and In
sixteen feet of v
Shoals.
Much inquiry hi
the Steamer Creo
safe. The capta
doll reports havi
communication w
the storm and hi
sages going from
less stations.
* Mallory Line
rived Monday af
at Mallory pier.
about 10 o'clock t
ashore on the ni
on commercial w
rammed while t
S. S. Wheeling,


... --- in her port side a
feet, suffering con- a desolate scene at the end of the Athletic club beach were blown She is now lighted
0. big blow and deluge. The glass in away, with only slight damage to passengers will c
re at the corner of the show windows that cost $1,600 buildings to which they were at. to New York by
uval streets was a was broken into bits and the goods tached. thence, over the
he proprietor, Dr. in the windows blown away. The The Athletic Club pavilion. and Steamer Lake
sates his loss at goods in the store were only slight- club rooms faced the fury of the at Tortugas, a d
All the plate glass ly damaged. storm and signs of Its ravages are damages. Htr sa
rashed in, falling Wm. Menendez, corner I all too visible. It will take a large day on U. S.J. S.
see, accessories and and Division streets, stock coni amount of money to put the prop- Steamer point
ll the mab14 tops ably damaged. Home on Von erty back in good shape ag&in. eastern d dock
wr,wuz sashad. tei street g lretly injured, I I',. t pavilion oltapwo and 'of Sand Kei. TI
ndows''th otws is altostrrepaly bty hap'riW,
by C. N. Recio, were The Armory building, co. 'shattered y the storm. The loss is west of is Proup
oyed at a loss of Southard and. White streets, is nhh enormous. stemet e rout
most of its roof and after r is still Theeountty court house is almost was misguided b
ter was completely flowing from the ground floor. Ex- a total loss. The building original- grounded. Othem
manager Torres is tent of damage not kpows. ly cost about $40,000i It is esti- ed by the Poiht
11 under his g*eat F. Zatarian, grocer, Fleming mated that a silrtiltr il4ing to re- stranded position
ays will go over street, damaged $l.i place this one weuld:' present an stated, that'this
of the material may JI, 'algado, corner Fleming and outlay of about #40,0.00. The been piled p wit
d reduce the actual Grinnell streets, lost $150 on stock. county comumiseionews,"it is under" ,Shipping boa
Building owted by Golden Eagles. stood, say that a ndw building will 'Dane and Flav
lesale grocer, loss to J. M. Varela's furniture store be absolutely .ecemsary. day. They sust
more than $2,000. lost heavily. The agaim will go St. Joseph's Pharmacy, corner damages.
tate lost heavily on over $4,000. The, sto W severely White and Division' streets, owned Capt, Lewis,
Many of the ten- injured by water coming through by Dr. Pintado and L. pomesz '"s. 'om Mobile to
thrown from their the roof and windows, .Building tained damages to the amouapt of Barge Monongol
umber badly dam- owned by the Golden eagles. The $500. Windows in thea building, gulf with crew
practically destroy- damage is great to building. -,. owned. 'by Mrs. Maloney, were fifteen miles s
would not' cover the Richard Peacon'a big grocery only slightly dalAged. Key. He also
store did not escape injury. The The little at the' corner of drifting on a'li[
r, wholesale grocer goods stored on the second 'and Ann and Greene streets, operated ---- --
man of big business third floors were damaged exten- by J;ff Knight, is no more. The
F West, shared with sively. Tea to the value of some- building was reduced to doeow and
extensive loses. His thing like $8,000 was ruined. Other is a complete loss. It was the prop-
ty was damaged goods damaged will probably ag- erty of Mrs. Kate Baldwih. Jeff W ORK I
Sa single exception gregate as much as $7,000 or $8,- Knight lost about $100 in stock.
ildings were thrown 000. The building was not in- Mrs. Kate Baldwin's residence on
ws, some of them re- Jured. The water coming in Greene street, opposite the city hall
fifteen feet out of through the roof caused the dam- was very much shaken up and own 1
wholesale grocery age. fyom its pillows.
d with water from a The Key West Drug. Company The Qoluminta team Laundry will
h extensive injury, sustained only .slight,, losIt M lose considerably in goods on lipd
mate. furniture' upstairss, eletro- ,it ruined.,by the storm, and the fopat
got off lightly at etc., injured& to'extept oat out gable end of the building fell out.
r of Simonton and $250. The Key West Investment Comn-
but says his. home, D. Aronovits Department store, pany, one of the largest realty hold-
id recently paid' $2,- suffered more severely than any ers in the city, sustained slight That world
pieces. other place of business on Duval loss in comparison with property structures will
occupied by Albert street. Fully $12,0)0 is represent- owned. Wm.. Cates, local manager a doubt
ion street is corn- ed in the property damage. ~Mr. of the company, estimates that $5,- doubt
ed. The building is Aronovits' ays that he is not di.- 000 will ove.o all losses. Senator Dunca
is, beneath which is courage a aall, but that 4he mis- he Key West Electric C9m- "Washington, I
ismobile, owned by fortune has created in him a greater pany# lo ses wil be greater than "W. R. Porter
a Studebaker, be- impetus to go forward. He sa'fie was at first supposed. No estimate "Navy De
er Fatris; Mr. At- will put a new front on his ''store can as yet be made.
; a Ford owned by that will be a credit to himself and ,The Key West army barracks construtletoe
nd a motorcycle All to the city, one of which the people faced the fpr of the wvhd and rain, 700,000 and bi
ruined. The loss in will be proud. HissdweHing at the and the damage to ~roepty there $800,000 will
will reach near $5,- rear of the Otore WAa yery much in- .ill be *lose oft' $100,p00, it is
jured, as was alto his rental p. sid.. The se wall about 800 yards
ermacy, corner MA-t erty throughout the oity., 4 of it, between the barracks and the
ing etu'tso, was left Something nke $1,500 is1 tll s airt station, disappeared entirely
shape bythe water sustained by .'Ia K oltAberg a
1e0 # corner of tueUths (Continaued, on Page Five) I N
. a t :ht .ea the One of the t of the new ,
mage te sents, but Woolworth store wa slashed and "
dertbly over a thou- the articles pn' ply therein in- ** **
The building owned .jure' The fl. he buldIing
s, offeredd condo front~ ront GIMl TROP.ICAL STORM .
'a1 l'odeli th lo. IVING TOWARD U
aovits'* 'o* on ke sotle .iio t re`hdriy K OLE GLF COAP0 X89p
was d4rem a bf oke a td' gou d made
In through th uivibs4h iaa s oAaki Pres) -
ereh Zoogn-ad t4or a o IIs oTO e. 1.- Vfu
Both UA*18t d Th e to e waa 'ever
out $2,000. st6re was pase d t. but goods Mr6S Wtta gai f this
shop right across the saved tr#om :ate damage,. mornI n, the weather bureau PrieC 15
i J. and 4M.arkovits The nval ,$ J. Leibovit, anI ano ne, and is moving slow- o'cldoj, d
wu. from't feuda- proprlet, ost all front wnifowns ly oKu
listing" badl. The and a nd a e tion of goods the Hurrie rn atre dheis- -
imon enple store w me a or ae agead by played fer the gulf
S ,w. e , w e st. ', fo
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ests suffered to an
from the effects of
ks are strewn along
and the Florida East
1 be several days be-
available.
miralty Tanker War
o harbor for shelter
ne on Monday night.
ors during the storm
now stranded In
rater on Crawfish
md boon made about
le. She is evidently
in of the War Jan-
ng been in wireless
vith the Creole. since
as picked up mes-
the Creole to wire-
Steamer Comal ar-
ternoon and docked
She was torn away
that night and driven
north side of channel
Waterfront. She was
hus stranded by U.
making a great hole
above the water line.
ening her cargo. All
continue their voyage
rail to Jacksonville,
Clyde Line.
Winona is stranded
has.austained severe
upercargi i vt& to-
lubehaser No.' 104.
Adams is ashore
about one mle east
he main snip thannel
er location, and this
e to Key West port
by the, buoy and was
r vessels wer warn-
Adams from her
n, otherwise, it is
location would have
h vessels.
rd steamers Luke
rel' arrived here to.
gained severe storm
of the Luke Duane,
Cuba, "epoi', Oil
hela adrift ti the
"aboard. She was
.totheast of' Sand
sighted a lone man
.rge, but was unable


to rescue him on account of the
rolling seas, It is thought that it
may be the sailor who jumped over-
board from the subchaser here.
Ward Liner El Mar, from New
Orleans to New York, arrived at
this port today to ship her cargo.
Tank Ship Fred W. Weller ar-
rived this evening with a number
of injured men aboard. One of the
men's condition was so serious that
hlu was airied to a local hospital.
Tank Ship A. C. Bedford is
ashore off Sombrero lighthouse.
Several vessels are reported
ashore on the Florida reefs be.
tween Tortugas and Miami, names
not having been obtained.
Army Transport Kilpatrick, from
Cologne to New Orleans, loaded
with U. S. soldiers( reached this
port this. afternoon and the men
were given shore leave.
All the local waterfront is a vast
mass of fishing boats, schooners
and small craft, Interlocked, stand-
ing on ends and in some places
stacked more than three deep. Peo-
ple are searching for their boats
and scarcely recognize them when
they are found.
The Waterwich, a Miami schooner,
owned by Ed Lowe, of that city, just
off the ways here and was to have
sailed for Miami Wednesday, is bad-
ly ,jambed in the crush and dam-
'aged to the extent of $2,600.
Schooner Seraflna C, Capt. Pio-
dela, engaged in the bark shipping
between Shark River and Key West,
is turned turtle In the harbor. The
o l oaof 7er flm ae is flaRuag ... ..Is
Schooner Draw, a British vessel
engaged in Tampa trade, sunk in'
the outer harbor. Crew rescued.
Schooner Eureka, engaged in
clam bouillon trade into Key West
Wrecked almost beyond repair, is
among, the vessels stacked at the
waterfront.
Dredge Grampus was town from
her moorings in the harbor and
swept out to sea. Ten of hdt prew
were resaled alive next day, Capt.
Paitchard being the only life lost
among them.
Hundreds of small craft are num-
bered with the missing, the wreck-
ed, and' destroyed, and it will take
several days to get the waterfront
straightened out.


ON KEY WEST'S GREAT


MARINE BASE STARTS


SOON-BIDS CALLED FOR

k of bulMdin the great submarine base add the necessary'
commenen at Key West at an early dat Ia s ll.$ad be*
in the following telegram to William R. i1 ,4 from
in U. Fletcher at Washington:
D. C., Sept,, 12, 1901.

s vpa i.: as bids will be opened within 4 few days for
f suoiaai se istin costing| between $1,00,0o0 and Si,
lto sou at tr ution of buldida estinls approteualt
beo opeao during November. .
"DUNCAN U. FLETCHRR."


PARKA DRAMATIC COMPANY
-AT-

RLOR THEATRE
S-PRESKNTS-


AI


* 4.' '7


HURRICANE OF TERRIBLE INTENSITY, THE MOST


SEVERE IN HISTORY OF THE CITY, LEAVES


TOLL OF DESTRUCTION IN ITS WAKE


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Carry n!

Now for a better and
Key West!


greater


What's happened tn Cnlnnel
House? He ought to come home and
fix up this treaty business.

The only bad feature about vaca-
tions is that the vacationers find it
so hard to settle down to work af-
terward.

Twelve thousands gallons of beer
were poured into a gutter in Chicago
the other day. If Carrie Nation
could only have lived to see that!

Nobody need have been sur-
prised by the attitude of those Newt
York actors. Wh1:t is expected of-
stage people if not striking atti-
tudes?
-7
";' ckc i n dinner( they're plan
ning or .hi, I. Persling in his old
n : t .,lene, Mo., will be a
grateful change from all the
"poulft" he's had in France,

Another way has been found to
reduce weight. It is to impersonate
a lightning rod. A fat man in Wil-
liamsport, Pa., was struck by light-
ning and lost 15 pounds in one
treatment. "-

It wbuld greatly simplify matters
if Mexico should invade the United
States. Then the U. S. Army, or the
Texas Rangers, or the El Paso police,
could jump in and straighten out the
whole business.

The Citizen is under lasting ob-
ligations to every one who calls up
over the phone or drops in the office
to give a news item. If you are go-
ing on a visit, if you have a visitor,
kindly let The Citizen know.

The United States did not make a
separate war, and does not want a
separate peace. Honor and safety
both demand that, until these troub-
lous times are over, we stick to the
friends by whose side we fought and
won the war.

According to American soldiers
home from Italy, they couldn't bathe
in the river Tiber at Rome. It was
too much like trying to bathe in the
Mississippi at New Orleans, or the
Nile at Cairo. Such water is better
for fertilizer.


France is paying $400,000,000 for
property no longer needed by the
United States army. What of it?
Well, that means about $20 in the
pocket of every American family to'
help pay the war expenses. This
should relieve us of the luxury tax.

Key West has been fortunate in
having a number of distinguished
guests during the past few months,
but Uncle Sam is getting away
ahead of us now. With Gen. Persh-
ing and the Prince of Wales already
here, General Foch soon to arrive,
and the king and queen of Belgium
coming soon, there will be some
house party in Washington.


THE ABUSED UNIFORM

As the good men and true doff
their soldier uniforms and don their
"cits," the bad men and false steal
or buy the uniforms and use them
as camouflage for beggary and
fakes of all kinds.
There have been many warnings
to the public not to encourage men
in uniform who try to sell or beg at
the door. There is provision in al-
most every community for needy
soldiers, and no soldier ,ho wants a
job need go long without one. In
spite of the publicity given to these
facts, so prevalent has the abuse of
the uniform become that Secretary
Baker is advising with government
officials as to more drastic methods
of prevention.
The public, as it appreciates what
its honest soldiers have done, should
give every aid in stamping out this
dishonest traffic, No purchase
should be made of any man in uni-
form, or any money given to him,
if he cannot present a clean bill of
explanation as to how and why he
comes to be appealing at private
aoors in the uniform of his coun-
try.

EDEN

Says Secretary of the Interior
Lone: "I know a mill town whbre
every worker has a home with half
an acre to an acre of ground around
it. Each has his own garden. Each
of them has a pig or two, and most
of them a cow. Each has a flock of
chickens."
The Eden story, then, is not a
myth. It is a reality. If Paradise
was ever lost through sin, here it is
restored,
Think of everybody having, in
addition to a job paying real money,
a garden, a pig, a cow and a flock
of chickens! What more cou!H: heart
desire, in these grim inose? Surely
it is rnerAge or Iron tur, iei to the
Age of (Gold again.
It is hardly fair of Secretary
Lane to keep the secret i, hims.elf.
Where is this industrial 'lden, ainy-
way?


THE HORRIFIC AIRPLANE


A Kansas aviator ha t'eel fined
$25 and costs for "distr i;lr the
peace." The offence con,ist in
flying an airplane within te, f et
of the farmhouse roof, to the terrorr
4nd dismay of the farmer, his family
and the livestock.
It will not do to pronounce ,s.
off-hand, an unrighteous juignw,'
or to subject the farmer tuo sc,
and abuse4 It may readily b |
imagined that, to a family annc.
customer to having airplanes cavort-
ing around, the spectacle of a big
machine swooping toward the roof
is a trifle disconcerting. An air-
plane driven by a 400-horsepower
engine is not exactly a swallow. At
the least, it may knock off a chim-
ney. It may conceivably dive
through the roof of the house or
barn. And even if nothing suffers
harm except the plane and its oc-
cupants, nobody wants aviators,
propeller blades, batteries, wrench-
es, fuselages, etc., tumbling oil over
the place.
But there is the aviator's side of
it, too. It is easy to imagine, if
this decision stands, what flyers are
going to be up against in the fu-
ture. What height will be consider-
ed safe and proper? And will a fly-
er be arrested and fined whenever,
by design or accident, he drops be-
low that level? Will the aviators
all be driven, in self-defense, to
keep above the clouds, and then be
in peril of arrest by every village
constable, like speeding automobilists,
when they venture down to see
whore they are?

SHOES FROM FIRST TO LAST

Of course a good last is the first
essential in a good shoe, but the
next essential is how to make good
shoes last. Specialists from the
Federal Bureau of Chemistry give
this Information on the last ques-
tion: ..
"Grease or o6l should 'be applied
to the shoes whenever the leather
begins to get hard or d-y. All dust


should first be wiped or washed off.
For dress shoes or shoes that are to
be polished use castor oil, applying
it at night. (Even shoes, it seems,
should take their castor oil at bed-
time.) In the morning polish the
shoes. The oil will darken tan
leather, but so will any ordinary
polish, and perhaps the latter will
not be so good for the leather. Avoid
getting any oil on rubber on com-
position heels or soles. It destroys
them.'
For heavy work shoes, neatsfoot
oil, fish oil, tallow, petrolatum or
vaseline may be used. If heavier
water-proofing is wanted than these
oils afford, a dressing excellent for
the purpose if
One-half pound of neutral wool
grease (get from drug store.)
One-fourth pound of (heavy)
dark petrolatum (get from drug
store. )
One-oqarter pound of (light) yel-
low paraffin wax, or nine-tenths of
a pound of petrolatum.
One-tenth of a pound of beeswax.
Another good water-proofing
dressing cab be made by adding beef
tallow to any of the oils or greases
already mentioned. Harness may be
preserved and kept in good condi-
tion for a long time if cleaned and
oiled according to the instructions
for oiling shoes.
In these days some of these home-
ly old remedies which a frivolous
world had relegated t6 the attic are
worth dragging out and looking over.
Those old-fashioned people who used
to takt care of thellr tilnglls inay iiDlVe
had some sense, after all.

Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,
Aug. 16, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that Walter
J. Lowe, of Jewfish, Fla., who, on
February 27, 1915, naje Homestead
Entry, No. 013698, for NE 1-4 of SW
1-4, Section 23, Township 62 S.,
Range 38 E., Tallahassee Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
Three-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Clerk Circuit Court, at Key West,
Fla., on the 26th day of September,
1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
JAS. E. THOMPSON, of Key
West, Florida.
WILSON LOWE, of Key West,.
Florida.
MAXWELL SAUNDERS; of Key
West, Florid4.
WILLIAM SAWYER, ,(# Key
West, Florida.


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ROBT. W. DAVIS,
Register,


NOT SO OLD AS SHE LOOKS
Women do not like to look older
than they really are. Neither do men.
Both sexes are subject to kidney
trouble, and kidney trouble makes the
middle aged look old. Foley Kidney
Pills act promptly to restore weak,
overworked or disordered kidneys and
bladder to a healthy condition and
banish lamoenes, aches and pains.
Key West Drug Co, sl-lm

,iledpendent packers assailed the
bills before the Senate Agricultural
tion through a licensing system would
it early demoralize their business.
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Week.
Old people who are feeble and
younger people who are weak, will
be strengthened and enabled to go
through the depressing heat of sum-
mer by taking GROVE'S TASTE-
LESS chill TONIC. It purifies and
enriches the blood and builds up the
whole system. You can soon feel its
Strengthening, Invigorating Effect.
60c. F
Cleveland threatened with milk
shortage because 100 farmers sup-
plying 15 per cent of city's milk re-
fuse to ship any more untles they are
paid a6 cents per gallon.

For a Weak Stomach.
The first relief afforded by Cham-
berlain's Tablets in a multitude of
eases has fully proven the great value
of this preparation for a weak stom-
ich and impaired digestion. In many
cases this relief has become per-
manent and the sufferers have been
completely restored to health, l1-15
National Highways Protective So-
ciety reported 127 persons were killed
by automobiles in August.
Swellings of the flesh caused by
Inflammation, cold, fractures of the
bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheu-
matism can bhr ilieved by applying
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It
should be well rubbed in over the
part affected. Its great healing and
penetrating power eases the pain, re-
duces swelling and restores natural
conditions. Sold by all druggists.
MW F
Illicit distilling 'of whiskey in the
west of Ireland is reported to be in.
increasing, owing to the higher taxes.
. Rub-My- i.sm 'is a jwIer~ul aitli
i septic it kills the plaSon caused from
r infected cuts, curse Did *orse, better,
t et. av.


Sure

Relief




I~J HIot water
Sure Relief

BE L-ANS



* CITIZEN ADVERTISERS 3


Below are published the enterpris-
0g places of business using the col.
irns of The Citizen today.
ARONOVITZ, D.
APPELROUTH, L THE STORE
OF FASHION
ALLAN B. CLEAR & CO.
ATHLETIC CLUB
BABCOCK, GEO.
BEARUP, J. D.
BENIGNO R. MOLINA
CASH, W. D.
CONSUMERS ICE & COLD STOR-
AGE CO.
CURRY, WM. SONS CO.
DOMINGUEZ, MIGUEL
F. E. C. RAILWAY
FRENCH ICE CREAM PARLOR
GULF LIFE AND ACCIDENT IN-
sURANCE CO.
GULF REFINING COMPANY
INTERNATIONAL CORRE-
SPONDENCE SCHOOL
JI 'IINSON, FRANK
t!Osn TuNR WORKSf
TJA 'COCKS & GARING
J, FRANK ROBERTS
KIRCHIK, R.
KiEY WEST GAS CO.
KEY WI:ST ELECTRIC CO.
KEY WEST HARDWARE CO.
KNOWLES, ROBERT
KEMP, DR. WM. P.
KEY WEST FURNITURE CO.
LOWE, JNO. JR. SONS
LOUIS, A & SON
LEBOS, H.
LA BRISA
.MORALES, EDELMIRO CAFE
MARTINEZ STUDIO
MAGEE'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
MARKOVITZ, J.
MONROE MEAT MARKET
MONROE THEATER
IH. PEREZ
IP'ARL.MAN, JOE. -.HE STORE
)F U, ALITY
C, JNO. C.
0. S. S. CO.
"T, A. L., CyyTOIET I8T ,,
..ilT MEAT'MARKET
QUALITY BAKERY
JI;STA.\ RANT, ORIENTED
RED, WHITE AND BLUE ICE
)REAM WAGON
SAN CARLOS THEATER
STAR COFFEE MILL
SWEETING BROS.
SPANISH-AMERICAN RESTAU-
RANT
.T.TP FIRST NATIONAL BANK
TONY'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
THE HUB
TREVOR & MORRIS
THE TIP-TOP BAKERY
VALDEZ & 1UEDA
VICTORIA RESTAURANT
WOLF BROS.

NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP CONCHO
Leaves Key West Sept. 2, 28; Oct. 14
STEAMSHIP COMAL
Leaves PKv West Aug. 19; Sept. 9,
30; Oct. 21
Enjoy the refreshing sea trip to
the Metsopolis with its theaters, roof
gardens, beaches, and other Summer
attraatio ,.
S IEXAS
Regular passenger service also
maintained between Key West and
Galve'ton, Texas, connecting at
Galveston for Arizona, New Mexico,
California, etc.
For details regarding rates, reser-
rations, and tickets communicate
with
JAMES L. RISK, Agent
-,MALLORY LINE
Key West, Florida




St omach "

Out of Fix?


'Phone yeut grocer or
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this delicious digestant,-a alis
with meals'gives delightful relief, or
no charge for the first dozen used.

Shivar Ale
IRE DIGESTIVE AROMATIC WITH
$1IVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for renovating old
worn-out stomachs, converting food
iWt' rich blood and sound flesh.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele
brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel'
tea, S. C. 1I your regular dealer
eAanot supply you telephone

ut AeERA BrOT *
slrt-strs er Key W s.


BACK ON THE JOB AGAIN
V.ie are ulad to toe many df our soldiers back at their jobs ,
asain.
The war taught them, as well as many others, the import-
ance of thrift and saving.
Many soldiers bank with us. You also are invited to open
an account.
Four per cent Interest paid on savings accounts.


JERGUSON IRON WORKS
BLACKSMITHS, DOILER.MAKERS AND MACHINISTS
Particular Attention Given To Marine Work, Electric, Oxygen and
Acetylene Weldinga
Corner Caroline and Margaret 8ts. Phone 698-W



Jayoeks Garing mh'"t c..ah Prices Paid For Se., l
Hand Furniture and Household Goods
828 Simonton St. Phone 588 Goods Sold On Weekly Payments


United States Railroad Administration
WALKER D. HINES, Director General of Railroads

FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILROAD
Through Pullman Service
KEY WEST AND NEW YORK CITY DAILY, VIA F. E. C,, A. C.
L,. R, F, P W I NN, R. R.'s
Train 86-Leaves Key West Daily-8:30 P. M. Through
Pullman& to New York, Dininf Car.
Train 38-Leaves Key West Daily-lOs30 A. M. For Jackson-
ville and Local Stations. Pullman Sleepers, Miami to Jacksonville
and New York via SAL.
For Pullman reservations or further Inftrmation
SEX THE TICKET AGENT


SCHEDULE NO. 78
SEASON 1919
HAVANA, PORT TAMPA, KEY WEST

PBNINSULAR & OCCIDENTAL S. S. COMPANY
United States Fast Mail Routes For
KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INDIES
Via Port Tampa and Key West, Fla.
Proposed sailings in effect on dates shown. Subject to change, cancel-
lation or Individual postponement without notice.
Key West-Havana 14ne
Ef active May 11th, 1919
Lv. Key West-Sun., Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri .............10:00 P. M.
Ar. Havana-Mon., Tueus., Wed., Fri., Sat............. 6:30 A. M.
Lv. Havana-Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat ................. 11:00 A. M.
Ar. Key West-Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. ........... 7:00 P. M.
S. S. "Mascotte" leaves Key West Sundays and Fridays
S. S. "Miami" leaves Key West. Mon., Tues. and Thur.
PORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE
Effective from Port Tampa, May 11th, 1919
Lv. Port Tampa-Sundays, Thursdays .........................9:80 P. M.
Ar. Key West-Mondays, Fridays.............................. 8:30 P. M.
Lv. Key West-Mondays, Fridays........................10:... 00 P. M.
Ar. Havana-Tuesdays Saturdays ......................... 6:80 A. M.
Lv. Havana-Fridays, iondays ...................... ...11:0 A. M.
Ar. Key West-Fridays, Mondays ----.- 7:00 P. M.
Lv Key West-Fridays, Mondays...............-....... 8:40 P. M.
Ar. Port Tampa-Saturdays, Tuesdays......................... I90 P. M.
S. S. "Mascotte" leaves Port Tampa Thursdays
S. 8. "Miami" leaves Port Tampa, Sundays
Above hours are based on Eastern Standard time.
Information regarding freight and passenger rates to all points
in the United States, Cuba or the West Indies, cheerfully furnished
upon application.
P. J. SAUNDERS, H. C. BRETNEY,
Vice-Presidet a d General Man. G. F. & P. A.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
L. E. ARWOOD, Assat.
This abrogates previous notice. May 11, 1919
previous notice


CREAM BREAD
FOR- PLAIN
BREAKFAST TOASTED
DINNER SANDWICHES
SUPPER PUDDING
Any Time-Any Way
CREAM BREAD IS GOOD
It has a *enial "homey" look and a fine natural flavor.
TRY IT-
You will eat slice after slice of it, because it is really good
bread and really pure, wholesome food that makes Ia own appeal
to your appetite when you put it into your mouth.
THE QUALITY NEVER CHANGES

VALDEZ & RUEDA

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SPANISH.AMERICAN I **** g
D) 'AsDI Acknowledgements take a k
RESTAURANTi Oaths administered. Matrimony
Cheapest Eating House In Town solemnized. Bills of exchange o
SWEETING & TORRES, Props. U and notes protected. Geo. Bab- E
Torres, better known as (Pancho) oeek, Notary Public. Will go E
Cor. Simonton and Greene Sts. out to take acknowledgement. 3
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Business Men's Lunches at

JEFF KNIGHT'S CAFE
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Pies and Cakee-Short Orders
A Spaelatty
Greoe and Ann Strote


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SRestaurant Orlete
new and'-Ivittag.
Amoeles a-d ltur,eki
Special Attention to Shorts O& a
VIavse & Lpes, Pspri.ese- -
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Does Congress really think


Let us send you a Swift "Dollar".
It will interest you.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, II.


Swift & Company, U. S. A.


THIS shOWS
WHAT KcMES Of
TH V4GDOLLAR
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. -
This is not only one of the best and
most efficient medicines for coughs.,
colds, croup and whooping cough, but
is also pleasant to take, which is im-
portant when a medicine must be
given to young children. Chamber-
slain's Cough Remedy has been in use
for many years and has met with
much favor wherever its good quali-
ties have became known. Many
mothers have given it their unquall-
Vied endorsement. Wm. Scruby, Chil-
licothe, Mo., writes, "I have raised
three children, have always used
Cha..-berlain's Cough Remedy and
found it to be the best for coughs,
colds and croup. It is pleasant to
take. Both adults and children like
it. My wife and I have always felt
safe from croup with it in the house."
tains no opium or ether narcotic.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy con.
1l-15
"A negro woman was arguing and
arguing with her husband about
woman suffrage, and when she had
finished, he said, 'Dinnah, yo' talk
don' effect me no mo' than a flea-
bitel' "
"'Well niggah,' she answered,
'I''e gwine keep yo4 scratchin'.' "
Major General Gorgas, who is visit-
ing South American cities to study
sanitary conditions, left Guayaquil
for Callao,


For Itchinrg Torture
There ia one remedy that seldom
fills to stop itching torture and relieve
skin irritation and that makes the skin
soft, clear and healthy.
Any druggist can supply you wih
Zemn which generally overcomes all
skin diseases. Eczema, Itch, pimples,
rashes, blackheads in most cases give
way to Zkno. Frequently, minor blcm-
1she disappear over night. Itching us-
uaUy stops instantly. Zemo is a safe,
uAiaeptic liquid, clean, easy to use and
dependable. It costs only 35c; an ex-
I tra large bottle, $1.00W It will not stain,
is nt grsy or sticky and ispositively
afe o t sensitive skins.
The e .W Co., Clvelad, 0.


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ELECTRICIAN GIVEN
ORDER OF RISING SUN
DECORATION BY JAPS

(By Associated Press)
TOKIO, Sept. 12.-The decoration
of the order of the Rising Sun has
been bestowed upon Philip K. Con-
diet, vice-president of the Inter-
national Western Electric Company,
who is now here, in recognition of
his services in connection with im-
provements in the Japanese tele-
phone system.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, as.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LARS for each and every ease of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDI-
CINE. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. A, 1886.
A. W. GLEASON,
(SEAL) Notary Public
Hall'b Catarrh Medicine is taken
internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys-
tem. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo 0.
Sold. by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's. Family Pills for constipa-
tion. s$-lm
"Yes," said the specialist as he
stood at the bedside of the sick pur-
chasing agent, "I can cure you."
"What will it colt?" asked the
sick man faintly *.
"Ninety-five dollars."
"You'll have to shade your price
a little," replied the purchasing
agent, "I have a better bid from the
undertaker."
War Trade Bureau ruling will allow
Importation of a six months supply
of German dyee.


NOTICE*
.r-
Painters' Local Union 842 has
opened their charter for $10 initia-
tion fee for thirty days from date.
All wishing to join will see Mel-
ville Russell, business agent. By
order of
HARRY BALDWIN,
aug21-1mo. Financial Secretary.

666 has more imitations
than any other Chill and
Fever Tonic on 'the -trket,
but no one wants imitations.
They are dangerous things
In the medicine line. adv.
"I had to kill my dog this morn-
ing."
"Was he mad?"
"Well, he didn't seem any too well
pleased." o


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Not only alleys distress in advance but
asumei a speedy recovery fo0the moth-
er. Itk ndem the broad, fat abdor.i-
nal muscles pliant as they readily
yield to nMoae's demand- for expand.
sion. As a eult the nerves ate not
drawn uponwitthatht peculiar wrench-
ing train. etWe'. FDd4,d is, wd
etsmnacy.

SpeclU Doeei en atewhooa hd4 mB fm.&
I fr.d.UsII*e, CO. Pwt, 40musOb


:-i _Now


Washington District Commissioner
announced policemen must sever af-
filiations with American Federation
of Labor in five days or lose their
Jobs.
600 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.
A. cotton ero\m of tt11,230,000 bales
was forecasted by the Department of
Agriculture.
We are proud of the confidenee
doctors, druggsha and the public
have in 66 Chill and Fever Tonic.
American steamship West Amar-
gooa arrived at Singapore with three
propeller blades missing.


Experts or Theorists-


Which?

The packing industry is intricate, com-
plex-far more so than the railroads or
th'telegraph.

Every day multiplying needs of society
increase its problems and multiplying
responsibilities demand more of it.

Highly trained experts, specialists of years' expe-
rience, thinkers and creative men, devote their
lives, their energies, their activities, to solving the
problems of the packing industry and meeting its
widening duties.

Swift & Company is not a few dozen packing
plants, a few hundred branch houses, a few thousand
refrigerator cars, and a few million dollars of capital,
but an organization of such men. It is the expe-
rience, intelligence, initiative and activity which oper-
ates this physical equipment.

Can this intelligence, this experience, this initiative
and creative effort which handles this business at a
profit of only a fraction of a cent per pound from all
sources, be fostered through the intervention of polit-


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PROFICIENCY IS AIM
OF FEDERAL BOARD IN
TRAINING SOLDIERS
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12.--The
familiar cry of "equal pay for equal
work" expresses the ideal towards
which the Federal Board for Voca.
tional Education is strive to lead
the disabled men taking training. To
be just a little more competent than
the ordinary man is the best way for
the disabled man to be sure of holding
down his job, when competition grows
severe. In order to secure this pro.
ficiency the training given by the
board to men handicapped by war In-
juries is very thorough, whether it
be given in the school or in the trade.
When placement-training is selected
as the appropriate method, the nature
and length of the course is deter.
mined upon in the light of the man's
needs and capabilities. When a trade
contains several separate and distinct
operations the aim of training being
to fit the man as an efficient general
workman, his course is arranged In
such a way that as soon as he masters
one operation he may be transferred
to another. The placement officer of
the federal board supervises his
course, insisting upon the idea that he
must be considered a learner rather
than a producer. In every case the
course, whether given in school or
shop must be adapted to the interests
and requirements of the disabled man.
Instruction must be definitely planned
for him, and supervised by agents of
the board.

STORY OF NEW EUROPE
BEING RECORDED ON
STAMP ALBUM PAGES
COPENHAGEN, Aug. 31.-(Cor-
repnniln-u ,of Thu' AtoiLoeied
Press)-Items of historical Interest
are being added almost daily to the
story of New Europe as told serially
on the pages of the stamp album.
Poland's newest contribution to
this record is a series of six post-
age stamps, commemorative of the
convocation of the National Diet.
Among them is the first stamp por-
trait of Ignace Paderewski as presi-
dent of the Polish Republic.
The Lettish government has is-
sued three stamps marking the de-
livery of Riga from the Bolshevists.
They portray two figures, presum-
ably representing Riga and Lettonia,
embracing before the walls of a
city.
The seventh centenary of the
union of Esthonia with Denmark ac-
counts for the issuance of 3,500
specimen stamps, of restricted valid-
Ity, in the republic of Esthonla.
They,,were on salo for three days
only. Because of the adoption of a
new currency unit in the republic,
flew stamps are being prepared for
distribution and sale.
"German Austria," the residue of
the former Austrian Empire, has is-
sued stamps of distinctive design
from the state printer at Vienna.
President Masaryk's portrait is to
appear on a new issue in preparation
in Czecho-Slovakia. Serbia-Croatia,
Slavonia, the Rumanian Postal
Agency in Constantinople and
Armenia have all contributed to this
pictorial stamp album record of the
recent march of world events.
FOR MEN WHO WORK HARD
Men who work at hard physical
labor are subject to kidney trouble.
J. G. Wolf, 734 S. Jackson St., Green
Bay, Wis., writes: "Foley Kidney
Pills relieved me of a severe backache
that bothered me for several months.
A few bottles fixed me up in good
shape." They also relieve bladder
and urinary ailments. Key Wept Drug
Co. al-lm
EDINBURGH CASTLE
SCOTCH WILL USE AS
MEMORIAL OF WAR
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND, Sept.
12.-Edinburgh Castle has been se-
lected for utilization as a memorial
to Scotland's participation in the
war. A new building, dedicated to the
memory of slain Scottish soldiers, will
be erected within the Castle grounds
in the site of the ancient church
built by King David I. A war museum
containing relics and trophies will be
part of the memorial.
Good for Billousness.
"Two years ago I suffered from
frequent attacks of stomach trouble
and biliousness. Seeing Chamberlain's
Tablets advertised I concluded to try
them. I improved rapidly."-Miss
Emma Vorbryke, Lima, Ohio. si.15


HOW A YOUNG

GIRL SUFFERED
And Was Restored to Health By
Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable
Compound-Told By
Her Mother.
Brooklyn, N. Y.-" I cannot praise
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
t pound enough for what
it has done for my
daughter. She was
5 years of age, very
sickly and pale and she
S had to sta home from
school mot of the time.
She sufferd agonies
from backahee and
dizsiness and was with.
outsppetite. For three
months she was under
got no better always
omplainng about her
bak and side aching so
I didn't know what to
do. I readinthepapers
about your wonderful
medicine so I made up
my mind to trylt. She
as taken five bottles
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.
pound and doesn't complain any more
with her back and side aching. She has
gained in weight and feels much better.
Recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound to all mothers and
daughters. "-Mrs. M. FINoaR, 516
Marcy Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
For special advice in regard to such
ailments write to Lydia E. Finkham
Medicine Co., Lynn. Mass.


Special Rates By the Week
JUAN FARTO
P R, o P R I S T 0 X

JOHN C. PARK
PLUMBER
128 SIMONTON STREET
Phone 69-J when in need of servim
of this kind.

ONF

Ice Cream Cabinet
With Three Porcelain Lined
Iron Cans

For Sale
0 AT

922 Duval Street



TONY'S "ELITE"

ICE CREAM PARLOR

Soft Drinks

Cakes, Cigars,
Tobacco

Box Candy,

Etc.


VISIT EDELMIRO MORALES'
COFFEE SHOP (
A delicious cup of fine flavored
coffee is a healthful drink at a&
times. That is why this popular
eafs has so much patronage. Oa
brand of coffee is the best.
It goes right to the spot-It Just
suits,. If you love good coffee, tg
GREENE AND FITZPATRICK


MARTINEZ
Photo Studio
Special Attention to
Amateurs' Finishings
1HS DUVAL STr PHONE 3601



PRICES DROPPING

Springs, Fryers, Hens-in
fact all kinds of Chickens
SEE ME FIRST
J. MARKOVITZ,
DUVAL AND ANGELA
"Where Low Prices Prevail."
Phone 695-W



WOLF BROS.
For Eats, Smokes and Pool
* Wolf's lunch counter is elea
and sanitary.
Wolt's smokes are the best.
SWolf pool rooms are the best
i equipped for lovers of this kidi
v 1 spert.
SWhen in need of an auto-
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OPERATORS STOPPED
MESSAGES AND SAVED
PARIS FROM FAMINE
PARIS, Am', .31 (Ccrrfriiold
ance of The Associated Press)-
Vigilant telegraph operators in the
central office here saved Paris from
a possible famine during the recent
food crisis precipitated by the
profiteers.
Following disorders around the
central markets where consumers
raided the stands, and overthrew
them, scattering vegetables, fruit,
fish and other food to the ground
because of the high prices, a num-
ber of commission merchants sent
urgent telegrams to producers out-
side of Paris telling them to hold
back their goods till further orders.
Many of the despatches indicated
that, owing to a general decline in
prices, the merchants were with-
holding their goods from the market.
The telegrams numbered about
one thousand. They had gone past
the wickets into the operating rooms,
when .eoperatV who was w kia
one Ovele wiresto B ai rit n note a
batch of them cancelling orders for
butter. Now he had paid ten francs
for a pound of butter that morning.]
He consulted with colleagues op-
erating wires leading to fish, vege-
table, fruit and other centres and
their tables were loaded down with
similar telegrams. None of the
messages was sent.
In a statement issued last night
the government said that it took the
responsibility for the action of the
telegraphers.
-In Circuit Court, State of Florida,
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Monroe
County.
IN CHANCERY.
Ruth G. Lawson,


VICTORIA

RESTAURANT
CORNER DUVAL
AND GREENE STS.
AMERICAN SERVICE
CA TERS TO
TOURISTS AND
CITY TRADE-


Delicious and Refreshing
A delieiotas cup of fine flavored
COFFBB is a healthful drink at
all times. That is why everybody
who has tried our COFFMB is a
BTAR COFFEE MILL enthuslast.
STAR COFFEE MILUS
112 Greene St. Phone SM


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Complainant,
vs.
Herbert D. Lawson,
Defendant.
It appearing by the sworn bill filed
in the above-stated cause that Her-
bert D. Lawson, the defendant there-
in named is a nonresident of the
State of Flurida, and is a resident of
Birminghai., Ala., and that he is
over the age of twenty-one years; it
is therefore ordered that said non.
resident defendant be and he is here-
by required to appear to the bill of
complaint filed in said cause on or
before Monday, the 6th day of Oct.
A. D. 1919, otherwise the allegations
of said bill will be taken as confessed
by said defendant.
It is further ordered that this or-
der be published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in The Key
West Citizen, a newspaper published
in said County and State.
This Aug. 29th, 1919.
(SEAL) D. Z. FILER,
Clerk Circuit Court.
J. F. BUSTO,
Solicitor for Complainant.
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"Do you think only of me?" mur-
mured the bride. "Tell me that you
think only of me."
"It's this way," explained the
groom gently. "Now and then I
have to think of the furniture."


For Indigmstion
Coat on, fek Headache, Billous
em ss lSour Stomach, Gas no
the om ad Breath-you will fiad
polhatg beetr Ibs that 'woleom


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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919


WE ARE STORMING THI


$27.50


FALL


E CITY WITH



SUITS


DID YOU GET ONE YET?

Everyone who has one is blowing about the value

COME IN TODAY FOR YOURS


A. WOLKOWSKY


UNDISMAYED KEY WEST


IN FINE SPIRIT BEGINS


WORK Of RESTORATION

After seventeen long hours of forth with united effort to clear up
facing fierce winds and enduring the city; put things to right, and
continuous and tremendous torrents hasten the return to normal condi-
continuous and tremendous torrents ons. The spirit manifested by one
of rain, Key West comes forth with and all is simply grand. No hesi-
good cheer, the people turn their tating; no standing back for the
backs on the past, and with the other fellow to do the work. Ev-
dauntless spirit that is characteristic erybody is working in an admirable
with the people here, set their way and in complete unison and ac-
fan f ha fihr t d trm'nf iiin d df


prettier homes, more beautiful trees
and a grander and greater city in
the days that are to come:
The people who were here before
could a city have to be thankful for?
Only two casualties are reported,
and but one of them a citizen of Key
West. New trees will grow, other
homes will be built, business houses
will spring up and be improved more
beaul6iul than they were before.
Our people will survive the great
monetary loss and the near future
will bear no earmarks of the great
storm that spent its fury upon us
this week.
A more optimistic people is not
to be found upon the face of the
earth. After seventeen hours' tense
existence, filled with mental anguish,
uneasiness and anxiety, they come


SEVEN DEAD AND

MANY INJURED IN

POLICE STRIKE
(By Associated Press)
BOSTON, Sept. 12.-State
guards and volunteer police patrol.
led streets, which were quiet, fol-
lowing rioting and looting attendant
upon the policemen's strike. Seven
are dead and many were seriously
injured during the three days.
Firemen and telephone operators
are taking a strike vote.
Central Labor Union has declared
against joining the strike.

GENERAL PERSHING

LEAVES NEW YORK

FOR WASHINGTON
SBy As*i.cated Press)
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.-General
Pershing left here for Washington
where he will ride at the head of the
first division parade next Wednes-
day.

REAR ADMIRAL DECKER
OPENS COMMISSARY
TO KEY WEST PEOPLE
On account of the emergency
caused by the recent hurricane in
Key West, Rear Admiral B. C.
Decker, commandant of the Seventh
Naval District, has opened the com-
missary store at the Naval Station
to the public.
It must be clearly understood that
purchases are to be made in such
limited quantities, of the various
articles, as may be needed for im-
mediate use. Under no circum-.
stances will articles thus purchased
be sold or disposed of to others for
profit.
This arrangement will continue un-
til the emergency ceases to exist.


Duval and
Greene


HISTORY Of FORMER -OCAL HURRICANE-
HISTORY OF FORMER LOCAL HURRICANES


The hurricane of OUcbui 11, 181 i,
was the most destructive that had
visited this community up to that
time, and has only been exceeded in
fury by that of October 11, 1909,
exactly sixty-three years later.
The storm of 1846 attained hurri-
cane force about 2 o'clock in the
morning and lasted for several
hours.
The Lighthouse on Whitehead Point
was totally destroyed and all the
members of the keeper's family,
seven in number, were lost. Most of
the buildings in the city were either
destroyed or seriously damaged and
many horses and cattle were swept


Sc.uu. into tne sea, or killed oy missiles of
There is much praise due certain timber and slate from the surround-
union organizations in the city, for ing buildings,
they showed a fine spirit by laying The next violent gale occurred on
aside the union regulations in or- October 19 and 20, 1876. Consider-
'*ri" n. t-sI' n.-.er crt'Jh join in able damage was done to .roofs,
the work of repairing structures, fences and trees, the vessels in the
and rebuilding the city. harbor were more or less injured and
People visiting here have been there were some cases of shipwr&k
loud in their praise of the marvel- along the reef
ous activity and cooperation of the When the tempest was at its height,
people here in "setting up to house- e eiteprwt nt the1,
keeping" again. They say it could epecialy during the nigh of there 16,
not have been done more quickly great anxietyprevailed It wns very
and as systenatieally in any city (lark, excepting when the vivid flashes
auli larr than thi. l of lightning revealed the devastating
Key West has lst much in this. processes at work, but the amount of
storm. But we still hae our loved was reason to as less than there
ones with us, our hands and our wa rson to ip
health. We have lost nothing but In 1i006 a severe storm visited the
that can be regained, We have Florda Keys, playing havoc with the
much left to be thankful for; so construction work of the extension of
let's "forget it" and go forward. the Florida East Coast Railway, but
entirely missed Key West. In this
storm the lives of 130 employees of
NEW YORK SENDS the railroad were lost, the camps were
NEW SENDSi blown to shreds and vessel after ves-
sel of costly construction equipment
OUT TRUCKS WITH swept into the gulf.
The greatest loss of life was oc-
FOOD FOR SALE casioned by the blowing to sea of the
were quartered. Eighty-seven men
(By Associated Press) were picked out of the sea and saved
NEW YORK Sept. 12.-The city after they had clung to pieces of
department of markets completed wreckage for from one to five days.
plans to put fopdstuffs on sale in Forty-four were rescued by the
trucks throughout the city. Italian steamer Jenny and brought to
Companies are being organized Key West; twenty-six more were
by the city to carry out the work. saved by the British steamer Alton
by the city to carry out the work. and carried to Savannah. Other cast-
SERBIANS TAI ways were picked up and carried to
SERBIANS SUSTAIN various ports, including New York,
HEAVY LOSSES IN Mobile, Galveston, Liverpool, London
and Buenos Ayres. As stated be-
MONTENEGRO fore, this storm did no damage at
----Key West, having passed several
PARIS, Sept. 12.-Fighting con- miles to the eastward of this city.
tinues against the Serbians in The great hurricane of Monday,
Montenegro, where they are report- October 11, 1909, is fresh in the minds
ed to have sustained severe losses, of all.
according to Montenegro official
communication
communicationMISS RUSSELL GIVES
BOLSCAIDER OF BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR
REMAINDER OF SERGANT ANvNUS
KOLCHAK'S ARMY SERGEANT ANKONUS
LONDON, Sept. 12.-A Bolshe- A most delightful entertainment
viki dispatch from Moscow claims was given Monday by Miss Ethel
the capture of the remainder of Russell, 612 White street, in honor
General Kolchak's southern army in of Sergt. Gerald Ankomus' birthday.
the vicinity of Aktiubinsk and Orik,
making a total of 45,000 prisoners The occasion was enjoyed by ;L
taken by the Reds within a week. number of friends who were enter.
__________ tainted most charmingly by Miss Rus.
GENERAL PERSNG sell.
GENERAL PERSHING The evening was spent in numer-
APPRECIATES WIRE ous diversions and some delightful
music was rendered by several of the
FROM ROTARY CLUB guests. Miss Alice Weatherford
In answer to a telegram of wel- favored them with several humorous
come and congratulations sent to recitations.
General Pershing by the Key West Refreshments were served during
Rotary club the following mess..g.4 the evening, Miss Alice Weatherford
has been received by the president of presiding at the punch bowl.
the club here: The dining room was beautifully
"William H. Malone, decorated with roses and American
"President Rotary Club, flags, the centerpiece of the table be-
"Key West, Fla. ing a birthday cake enclosed in flags
"I am deeply appreciative of the and circles of red, white and blue.
message of welcome and congratula- At a late hour the company dis-
tions from the Key West Rotary club. persed wishing Sergt. Ankomnua
"JOHN G. PERSHI Co" health, wealth and happiness.
I


Th. following is taken from the
account of the storm which appeared
in The Citizen on the following day:
"The worst disaster that has ever
befallen this city occurred Monday
morning, when the hurricane swept
over the island, reaching the height
of its fury at 11:830. A steady velo-
city of 76 miles an hour was reached
and in some of the gusts it no doubt
reached over 100 mile.,
"Warnings had been issued by the
Weather Bureau and the time of the
climax of the storm was predicted al-
most exactly by Observer Doherty,
who stated that it would reach its
worst about noon.
"A strong wind, accompanied by
rain, iet in during Sunday night and
increased Monday morning until
about '!:30, when it assumed the na-
ture o' a hurricane. For over three
h srtgcity was s'wpt with un-
ceasing wind and rain. I Building after
building collapsed before the storm
and the air was full of flying debris.
That more lives were not lost seems
miraculous. Only three lives were
lost in the city.
"The shipping interests were great
sufferers from the storm. Nearly
every dock in the city was greatly
damaged, several being almost wholly
destroyed.
"Crafts of every kind are jammed
together or sunk along the water
front. Many boats broke from their
moorings and went crashing through
other boats and docks."
Several of the largest cigar fac-
tories and six churches were among
the buildings entirely destroyed, the
electric and telephone plants were
put out of commission and business
was paralyzed for the time being.
Great damage was also done to the
railroad work.
This storm, while of shorter dura-
tion than that of 1846, was of much
greater intensity and the property
loss was much larger.
As soon as the storm had abated,
however, a large force of men, un-
der the supervision of Mayor
Fogavt.yset to work to clear up the
debris in the streets and with the co-
operation of all the people order was
soon restored.
The destruction of the fishing and
sponging vessels and the cigar fac-
tories had deprived thousands of their
only means of livelihood and it was
found necessary to call for outside aid
for the immediate relief of the suf-
ferers. This call was responded to
sufficiently by the generous people
outside to give the temporary relief
necessary.


MONROE THEATER

PROGRAM.


TONIGHT
Kitty Gordon In
Playthings of Passion
A United picture. The star wears
jewels in the play estimated to cost
a quarter million dollars. Could you
be happy with a million dollars?
Helen had that and still there weas
something that she craved. The
young, social butterfly finally
caught in the web of love.

SEPTEMBER 14
One Thing at a Time
A Metro five reel super produc-
tion of the better class. Also Ruth
Rolasd in "The Tiger's Trail."
Ro Iiee, art, heart interest, plot,
county plot and the right meaning.


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rench Ice Cream parlor ABSOLUTELY
C p o -SANITARY-

S- Delicious Creams and Ices--Home-Baked Cones *
605 DUVAL S TREET 'PHONE 242-J



MONROE MEAT MARKET
LUMLEY and ALBURY, Proprietors.
FLORIDA MEATS. WESTERN MEATS.
Loin Steak ................... 35 Round Steak ................. 40
Porterhouse .................... .35 Loin Steak ...................... .45
Round Steak .................35 Porterhouse Steak ........ .45
Brisket, 2 lbs. for ........ .35 Rib Roast ........................ .80

Veal Steak ... ...... .45 Lamb Leg ..................... .45
Veal Chops .................45 Lamb Chops .................... .45
Veal Stew .......... .25 Lamb Stew ................... .25

512 FLEMING STREET. TELEPHONE 411L


TO INCREASE YOUR BUSINESS

Advertise in The Itizen


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PAGE FOUR


The Sign of Sincerity
Kitchen ware is one of our specialties and the
lines of cooking utensils, cutlery, crockery, wood-
ware, carving sets, etc., at this store cannot be ex-
celled anywhere.
Step in ladies and see our display, it is worth a
few minutes of your time whether you buy now or
later.


Wm. Curry's Sons Co.



DELICIOUS FRUIT JUICE

DRINKS
BEING MANUFACTURED BY THE
Spring Bottling Company



The Quality Bakery
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
Parker House Rolls Dewie Food Cake
Cinnamon Buns Jelly Layers
Raisin Bread ,Jelly Doughnuts
Graham Bread Jelly Rolls
Plain Rolls Genuine Pound Cake
Coffee Cakes Chocolate Layer Cake
Rye Bread Cookies, all Kinds
Wrapped in Clean, Sanitary Wax Paper
OUR MILK-MAID Bread Is UNEXCELLED

Phone Your Order, 307



ECONOMICAL DRUG STORE
Complete Line of the Best Toilet Articles
Phone Orders Receive Prompt Delivery
BENIGNO R. MOLINA, Prop
1100 Division Street Phone 719


GIVE HIM ALL THE MILK HE
CAN DRINK
It is the most perfect and com-
plete of all foods for children
A especially. But make sure of the
1 .(/U 'do it by having us leave a bottle of
Sour rich, clean milk at your door ev-
ery day. To take our milk is to
avoid risk and to insure the health
and growth of the kiddies.
ADAMS DAIRY
Phone 454

,. W. D. CASH
Cor. Front and Duval Sts. Pho e 1K-W
Dealer la Palis, Oils, International Stock Food, Grain, Hay, Feel,
delivered free. Has in stock and is constantly arriving Buggies, Re-
abouts, Surreys and Phaetons. Spring Drays, Georgia Wagons, Detvry
and Milk Wagons, etc. Saddlery, Harness, Collars, Carriage Lamps, ete.
Also can renew parts of Carriages when broken and parts of Harness.
Agent for Buffalo Gasoline Motor Co.


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1019


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


THE HOUSEKEEPER'S
PRIDE
is well stocked pantry, sideboard or
china closet. We offer you a chance
to fill yours with crockery and china
that will make y7w prouder than
ever. See our dinner and lea sets,
so prettily patterned, so alluringly
priced. All perfect ware, too. No
chipped or crazed dishes in this col-
lection. See it now.

FRANK JOHNSON
THE BAZAAR


T. S. CARO
ATTORN'V-AT-LAW
REYNOLDS BUILDING

OVER-SEA RESTAURANT
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Everything First Class
Service the Best
Meals Served As Usual
Sea Food a Specialty
910 Fleming St.
Opposite Over-Sea Hotel

KRISTO ARONI
Dealer la
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
Best California Fruits in the
Market
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES
22e Duval Street

Wb announce to our friends and
patrons that the Over-Sea restaurant
is now open. Meals served as usual.
The restaurant will be conducted in
connection with the Over-Sea Hotel
and under its management. s3-1w

Get your milk from
Adams Dairy. Phone 454.
aug26-tf
Try our fresh peach ice cream.
Cherry ice cream made with ftesh
Key. West cherries. Magee's Ice
Cream Parlor. Meet your friends at
Magee's.
See M. R. Costar for plumbing
and sheet metal work. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Corner Greene and Ann
streets. s28-tf

Get your milk from
Adams Dairy. Phone 454.
aug26-tf
If you desire your guests to enjoy
your hospitality, purchase cream from
the Red, White and Blue wagon.
Known as Kaiser's cream. Special
prices for quantities. Sam KUline,
phone 566. jlys-tf
DR. C. F. KEMP, DENTAL SUR-
3EON. OFFICE, UPSTAIRS 612
"LEMING STREET. TELEPHONE
54-W. ady.
Get our milk from
Adams DairyPhone 454.
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PERSONAL MENTION
Frank Lewinsky has returned from
a business trip to Miami.
Mrs. Joe Stibbs and little son,
Robert, returned this evening from
an extended visit to relatives in Mi-
ami.
W. C. Brye and wife, of Miami, are
here on a visit to relatives, while
Mrs. Brye recuperates from a recent
illness.
H. Z. Andetter, of Miami, arrived
yesterday on the morning train and
will remain in the city a few days on
business.


W. J. Bailey, who
operated a bicycle repair
Greene st-mreet in this city,
resident of Fort Myers, is
West for a few days.


formerly
shop on
now a
in Key


Mrs. Benjamin Milord and daugh-
ter, Miss Lily, formerly of this city,
arrived Monday on the Miami from
Tampa, their present home. Mrs.
Mildrd is tha sister-in-law of Cubak
Consul Domingo J. Milord, and they
will be Mr. and Mrs. Milord's guests
during their stay in Key West. Missh
Lily is a very prominent bookkeeper
of The Tampa Hardware Co., grad-
uated from the Catholic convent in
Tampa.
Hlalmar K. Cold, formerly city
clerk of Key West, now chief steward
on the U. S. S. Transport Kilpatrick,
which vessel is here now en route to
Galveston from Panama, is in Key
West with his ship. He was financial
secretary of the Elks club while in
this city and disappeared from here
about seven years ago, leaving a wife
and two sons, John and Garth Cold,
Garth now holds a position with the
First National Bank and John is in
the U, S. service.

SHOW WINDOWS GONE
BUT FINE DISPLAY OF
GOODS ON THE INSIDE
Although not belag able to dis-
play the fall goods in the windows
owing to the damage sustained in
the recent hurricane, D. Aronovitz
& Sons' desire to impress upon ike
general public that the showing this
year is far superior to previous
seasons and invites your attention
on the inside of the spacious store.
Here they are showing the very
newest in materials of dress goods
such as silks, satins, tricotines and
tricolets. Their line of ladies ready
to wear is unexcelled. Ladies' shoes
of the famous makes, high and low
cuts.
Men's clothing in the leading pat-
terns from the very best makers.
Boys' suits, something new and
stylish. 'Tis the home for men and4
boys shoes. In fact, never in the
history of the store has such a show-
ing been displayed and at prices
far below their competitors,

MONDAY NIGHT DANCE
AT WAR CAMP ROOMS
The Monday night dance, which has
heretofore been given at the Athletic
club, will be given at the War Camp
Community club rooms Monday
evening, The W. C. C. S. head-
quarters were not damaged by the
storm.
SUPERVISOR'S NOTICE
The office of the City Supervisor
of Registration opened Thursday,
September 11, at the City Hall and
will remain open daily until further
notice. Office hours: 9 a m. to 1
p. m. and from 2 p. m. to 6 '. m.
J. FRANK ROBERTS,
12-tf Supervisor of Registrations.
DR. WM. P. KEMP, DENTIST,
0 FF I C E UPSTAIRS, CORNER
FLEMING AND MARGARET STS.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9:80 A. M.
TO 1 P. M. 2:80 TO 6 P. M. TELE-
PHONE 789.


Above







Your Feet Uemand Comfort
Then Come to The







S TORE

Where Comfort, Style &

Durability are Combined

A. LOUIS & SON
518 Duval St. Phone 98


DAMAGE IN COLORED SECTION
The havoc wrought in the south-
western portion of the city, in-
habitated by the colored people, was
as complete as in the other parts of
the city, but owing to the flimsy
character of most of the structures
damaged the monetary loss is not
great. Many persons, however, lost
all they had ana considering their In-
dividual circumstances the loss to
them is as keen as to the more
opulent. The heaviest losses sus-
tained in this section were along the
religious and fraternal bodies.
The A. M. E. Zion church of which
Rev. A. L. Higgs is pastor, situated
on Whitehead street near Angela, is
badly wrecked and will no doubt have
to be taken down. This edifice suf-
fered greatly in the last two storms
:and had just been put into shape
again. It is supposed its previous
weakened condition made it ap easy
prey to the elements.
Newman church hall had the front
part of it carried away, but the new
church building was not damaged.
The most complete wreck in this
section is the Masonic hall on Thomas
street opposite the County Court
House, which is nothing but a pile of
debris, the building having succumbed
to the first force of the storm. It
had only recently "been placed in n
good condition by the Masonic lodges,
and further improvements were in
contemplation, so the loss to them is
quite keen.
Further up Thomas street the Odd
Fellows Hall, a large two story
structure erected in 1882, had the
first s.ory removed from under it as
completely as could be done by any
contractor, and the floor of the
second story rests on the founda-
tion, the roof and all being Intact. It
is fortunate that this building fell in
this position; had it toppled over on
either side it would have demolished
the smaller buildings surrounding it.
On everyside in this locality there
is a tangle of fences and the streets
are encumbered with wreckage. Fur-
ther out towards the South Beach, the
discomforts of the people were added
to by the water rushing up Thomas,
Emma and Whitehead as far as Vir-
ginia street, many houses wre w sh-
ed from their foundation; and traffic
could only be had by mnas et boats
or improvised afts.


WANTED- Cook or Competent
kitchen help. 220 Simonton street.
s5-tt
WANTED-Three live wide awake
boys to carry routes for the Sun-
day Sentinel Apply at The Citizen
office. a5-tf
FOR RENT-Four rooms and bath
apartment, furnished, modern con-
veniences, 1117 Fleming street. Ap-
ply to Roy L. McKillip. sa-tt
FOR RENT-Well furnished, screen-
ed, light housekeeping apartment,
to couple without children. Phone
117. 524 Elizabeth street.. s5-tf
FOR RENT-Furnished houle. Apply
to Mrs. Geo. L. Lowe, 610 Caroline
street. s-.lw
FOR SALE-Lot 40x40 feet. Eaton
street, near Barracks. Apply to
XMr. Carey, 409 Francis street or
at Pearlman's store. sB-2t
FOR SALE-Seven-passenger Chal-
mers and five-passenger Buick,
both in excellent running condi-
tion. Apply to T. L. Finder, 316
William street. aug23tf
FOR SALE-Ice cream cabinet with
three porcelain lined iron cans.
Apply at 922 Zuval St. augl4-tf
FOR SALE-Cabin Cruiser Anemone
(Floating Barber Shop). Address
P. O. Box 0, or make inquiry at
Sweeney's Wharf. s8-3t
HEMSTITCHING-Neatly and quick-
ly done, 8c a yard. Eaton street,
between Grinnell and Margaret
streets. Mrs. Willie Weather-
ford. s3-lw
LOST-Gold bracelet with "Mary"
engraved on the outside. Return,
to Citizen and receive reward.
sO-lw
Distributors-Every city and
county. Make $20 a day with
PARKO CLEANER; ready to use
without water; necessity in every
public institution, factory, office
and home and among automobilists.
Repeat' orders come easy, fast.
Small capital nets you $2,000 to $5,-
000 per annum. Write Parko Sales
Co., 82 Veey St., New York.


KEY WEST RAVAGED i"""'"""i
S OFFICIAL ORDER
R aI Key West, Fla., Sept. 11, 1919.
M ITo the Citizens of Key West:
(Continued from Page One) N We have just passed through
the worst storm in the history
S-- of our city. We have suffered
during the storm, and not a sign of greatly but we are not dis-
it is left. Its disappearance is as courage. We intend to get 3
mysterious as were the antics of busy at once, clean up and push U
the British Tanker Tonawando, forward with greater determrl-
which made its way unaided against nation than ever before.
the wind from Duval street water- U Some of our people have suf-
front to the foot of Simonton. I fered the loss of nearly every- *
It is considered a mystery that such 0 thing they jpossessed and will U
an immense concrete wall could be 0 necessarily NEED HELP, There 3
washed clear away. u are some of us more fortunate
The postoffice and customs house than others, and to you I am U
building is left in bad shape as aU making direct appeal THAT
result of the storm and it will take' YOU COME FORWARD AT
about $8,000 to put it in good shape THIS TIME AND DO YOUR *
again. 0 FULL SHARE. I feel sure
The naval hospital roof was blown that this will be sufficient and *
off and the institution flooded. The your big hearts will open and 3
patients were rushed into the halls. you will do your share. ,
The building is damaged many thou. On account of the electric 3
sands of dollars. lighting service being out of
The pretty home of Attorney commission, our city will be in
George G. Brooks on North Beach darkness for a few nights, and
is almost a total wreck. It was a I have decided it is best for ull
valuable and modern home, and is a concerned that everyone who 3
complete loss. Estimate was not U has no special business be off U
given out. Mr. Brooks' office also the streets by 9 p. m. 3
was ravaged by the storm. U Through the courtesy of Col. U
The valuable residence of Mrs. Straub I have sworn in a num- U
E. D. Loper, was blown six feet ber of military men as special *
from its foundation and damaged to police, and their orders must be 3
the extent of $9,000. Owner lives obeyed the same as the regular U
in Columbus, Ga. city police. I appeal to all
Losses of The Citizen Publishing U citizens at this time to assist us
Co. were comparatively slight. Some in getting everything in good
damage was done' to news and job shape as quickly as possible.
stock at The Key West Press, job N Anything that may appear
plant, owned by this company. The 0 wrong to you. report same at U
linotypes at The Citizen office suf- once to the Chief of Police or
feared from the rain through a leak- myself. The City Council and
ing roof. The tntal Ins will not nv Mayoir t 1 It yu srvie t it
ceed $500. all times to assist you in every 3
Sections of the roof on the Con- way possible. Don't fail to 3
vent of Mary Immaculate were call upon us. [
blown off and the occupants and con- 3 Yours for service, U
tents of portions of the building ALLAN B. CLEARE,
drenched. Damage to roof is prin.- Mayor of the City of Key West.
cipal loss. --
The Congregational church is bad- The Naval Commissary has
ly damaged. Some of the walls are very generously offered to sell U
falling down and the interior is very to our more needy citizens any U
much injured. h provisions they may have at
Fleming Street church window navy prices. U
were broken in. Damages estimated 3 U
at from $800 to $1,000. U E E E E E E
Eli Spencer, shipper of live craw-
fish, did not lose a penny. Though
his new warehouse was built clear T
out over the water, it stood the storm
without any injury whatever.
Norberg Thompson was among the
heaviest loser. His turtl,~w.e,and WANTED -- CENSUS CLERKS,
warehouse is a complete wreck and (men, women). 4,000 needed.
his other business interests were hard $92 month. Age, I1 upward.
hit by the storm. Examinations everywhere soon,
Tony's Ice Cream Parlor did not Experience unnecessary. For
escape the ravages of the great free particulars, write Raymond
storm. The Ep:.- I Terry (former Government Ex-
aged, and putting iv back In order aminer) (25 Continental Bldg.
will be an item of great expense. Washington. s12-4tx
Guy Mendelsohn's place at the -
beach was utterly ruined and his WANTED-Delivery boy. Apply to
place on Duval street was damaged S. Ellis Kemp Co., 1212 Olivia
extensively. street. s3-tf
A. Lucignani's handsome home on
United street was badly torn ann. WANTED-Boy to learn the printers'
wrecked by the winds and rains, do- trade. Apply at Key West Press.
Ing vast injury to the splendid resi- s3-tf'
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919


NEVER LEAVES

YOU CONSTIPATED
Most all liver medicines, including
ar..gerous calomel, leaves the suf-
rer from liver trouble in a very
,onstipated condition after they have
tirred up the liver to merely tem-
>orary activity. They do not go to
he seat of the trouble and bring last-
ing relief. They ure attended with
urnleasant and harmful after effects
:.t'.rthe p.1, r.,iei!7es. is pr not
Loonardi's LIV\ER.AlI) is a new
Delicious vegetable discovery, in
iquid form, which is a real liver
emedy. It acts upon the organ in
exactly the proper way and brings
Self that is complete, thorough
4 pil.:ahitg. It d'es not gripe or
eave one constipated and perman-
ntly strengthens, stimulates and in-
'igorates the liver, stomach and
owels. It does the work of calomel
ut is perfectless harmless. 50cd.
Sold by all druggists.
In the Circuit (Court of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
for Monroe County.
IN (CHANCERY.
Francis R. Maloney, et al
Complainants
.vs. Bill for Determination
of Trust.
Unknown Claimants under Frederick
Filir, Deceased.
Defendants.
Complainants herein having filed
their sworn bill setting forth that
there are certain heirs, legatees,
.claimants and executors of the Last
Will and Testament of Frederick
Filer, deceased, who have or claim
to have some interest in the lands
herein described, whose names, ages
and places of residence are unknown
to complainants:
It is ordered that the Unknown
heirs, legatees, and executors under
the Last Will and Testament of
Frederick Filer, deceased, and all
persona having or claiming to have
an interest in said real estate by,
through or under the said Frederick
Filer, deceased, in any capacity, or
-otherwise, in the following described
real estate, to-wit:-In the State of
Florida, County of Monroe and City
of Key West, known as part of tract
number five (5), according to the
Map or Plan of said Island delineated
by Win. A. Whitehead, February
1829 and more particularly known and
designated as lot number four (4) in
the subdivision of said tract five (5),
according to a Diagram made by L.
Windsor Smith, which Diagram is re-
,corded in Monroe County Records in
Book "D", pages 449-450 and com-
mencing at the Southeastern ex-
tremity of the Western line of Wind-
sor Lane, thence running along said


MEXICAN MINING LAW
OF 1884 IS DECLARED
UNCONSTITUTIONAL
MEXICO ('ITY, Aug. 31.-(Cor-
resapondle(e of The A ssoiated
Press)-The mining law of 1864 is
unconistituti 4nal and illegally ex-
cepts hydrocarbonates in the soil
and subsoil from the natie-nal do-
main, according to a letter from
Jose Vazquez Schiaffino, chief of
the petroleum section of the De-
,,artLient of Industry and Com-
merce, in Ei Umhitisal. Protest by
foreign oil interests against alleged
confiscatory oil decrees is based on
rights acquired under this law.
In framing the oil law initiative,
sent by President Carranza to con-
gress last November for developing
Article 27 of the Constitution, Mr.
Schiaffino said, his department was
impelled by the highest motives and
sought to protect vested interests
and investments. He asserted that
the reading of the transitory provi-
sions of this initiative would show
that, in regard to vested interests
created by the protection of former
laws, only a simple tax was im-
posed.
With regard to the mining law of
1884, his statement said: "This de-
partment hos not interpreted cap-
riciously in a thousand different
ways Article 27; but in only one
way, the revindication of the domin-
ion of the nation over the hydro-
carbonates of the soil and subsoil
and its incorporation into the min-
ing regime which always has been
in force in Mexico since the time of
the Spanish domination, and from
which it was illegally excepted by
an unconstitutional law. (The min-
ing law of 1884.)"
Windsor Lane in a Northwesterly di-
rection One Hundred and Eighty-
eight (188) feet and six (6) inches,
and at right angles therewith Four
Hundred and Fourteen (414) feet,
said lot of land having a front of
Four Hundred and fourteen (414)
feet more or less on the line of the
Military road recently made along the
line of said tract Five (5), and a
front of One Hundred and Eighty-
eight (188) feet and six (6) inches
more or less on Windsor Lane, appear
to said bill of complaint, on, or be-
fore, the first day of December,
1919.
It is further ordered that this or-
der be publIshed in The Key West
Citizen for once a week for twelve
consecutive weeks.
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court this August 22nd, 1919.
D. Z. FILER,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
aug22-F-13w


Fiery Itching and Burning of
Skin s a Most Cruel Torture
Sure Speedy Relief in S. S. S. the test of 50 years as one of the
Why suffer froen these persistent greatest blood cleansers known. It
tortures when it h so easy and .i guaranteed entirely free front
costs so little to do .as thousands minerals of any kind.
of others have done and get relief The experience of others has
through S. S. S.? It is now well established the unfailing merits of
khtown that eczema comes from S. S. S., and there's no question
the blood. By giving the blood a about the wisdom of your giving it
thoqpugh cleansing you not only a thorough trial. All reputable
get sure and ape dy relief but you druggists sell it. If in doubt as to
also build up the system and re- your case write to Medical Ad-
new your vigor and vitality. visor, Swift Specific Co., Dept. 54,
Thia good medicine has stood Atkuta, Ga,
/


ATLANTA GIRL WOMEN GIVE OUT

MAKES A RECORD Housework is hard enough when
S........... healthy. Every Key West womah who
IN LIFF WOiRIK is *having backache, blue and nervous
IN RELIEF WORK spells, dizzy headaches and kidney or
____ bladder troubles, should be glad to
Accomplished Job In Three eed this Key West woman's exper-
ience:
Days Usually Performed Mrs. S. B. Jack, 825 Southard St.,
says: "No one can realize how
In Two Weeks miserable kidney trouble can make a
-_--. person feel until they have an attack
(Special to The Citizen.) of it. A few years ago I started to
ATLANTA, Sept. 12.-An Atlanta suffer with my kidneys and honestly
girl-Miss Fanneal Harrison-has I can hardly describe how miserable
been prominently mentioned in the I felt, Every muscle of my back
Red Cross reports from Rosnov, in ached and it was about all I could
Czecho-Slovakia, where Miss Harri- do to attend to my housework, Fre-
son, a Red Cross worker, recently es- quently my hands and ankles puffed
tablished a record for relief service in ur because of the way my kidneys
the saving of lives and suffering. In scted. Dizzy spells often came over
three days Miss Harrison examined me and at times, my sight would,
1,000 children, all undernourished to blur. A friend suggested I try
a degree that made their condition Doan's Kidney Pills and I must say
critical. The examination was neces- Doan's did wonderful work in my
sary, that each child might receive case. They soon put my troubels to
the proper ration for its condition, an end and since then, I have always
The job was one ordinarily rated at recommended Doan's Kidney Pills."
two weeks. Miss Harrison relaized Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
the need for speedy action-and sup. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
plied it. In three days from the time Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
she started her examinations for the Mrs. Jack had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Americah Relief Administiation, the Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
distribution of soup, cocoa, milk and
other food began, and the next day all SIXTEEN FLORIDA
the adults of the suffering little vil-
lage were crowding Miss Harrison's LAKES CONNECTED
little kitchen, thanking her and prais- BY CANAL SYSTEM
ing her. BY CANAL SYSTEM
In the course of her examinations
Miss Harrison had to visit practically WINTER HAVEN, Sept. 12.-At a
'very home in the village, most ot special meeting of the board of
the children being too weak to attend commissioners of the Winter Haven
the schools. She found in about half Lake Region Boat Course District
the home. that the children possessed held here Thursday, the board au-
an average of one garment apiece, so thorized the McElroy Engintering
that if one child was able to go to Company of Tampa to contract f6r
school, the clothing of all had- to bu tlh- bUhildig .O a l special type of
"pooled" to send it, while the others lredg,, and purchase all necessary
spent an enforced vacation at home, machinery for the operation of same,
wrapped in ragged bed clothing, for construction of the canal works,
The board also authorized the
OLL Dplan for a marine railway to carry
Eboats over the dams in two of the
pannl sin line nf conne.te locks


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HIS RHEUMATISM

IS NOW ALL GONE

entuckian Says His
Strength Has Been Re-
stored and He Feels Like
a New Man.
'This Tanlac is the first medi-


cine I have ever taken that did
what people said it would dq,"
said J. F. Holley, residing at 427
Breckenridge street, Lexington, Ky.
"I was in an awful fix for over
two months," he continued, "and my
whole system seemed to be run-
down and worn out. Rheumatism
was my worst trouble, my muscles
seemed to be tied in knots. I could
hardly sleep at night and would feel
as tired in the morning as when I
lay down at night. My appetite was
affected. I had no appetite, my
nervous system was disordered and
I suffered with awful headaches.
The rheumatism would draw me up
so I couldn't use my right arm at
all.
"One day a friend of mine told
me about Tanlac and I got a bottle
and started taking it. It has cer-
tainly made a new man of me. I can
eat anything I want, and this is
something I haven't been able to do
in years, and I sleep like a log at
night. That awful rheumatism is
all gone and my strength has been
restored and built up in every way.
I sure am glad to tell others what
Tanlac has done for me." d
Tanlac is sold by leading drug-
gists everywhere.

DON'T NEGLECT YOURSELF
Lame back, shooting pains, tortur-
ing rheumatic aches, swollen joints,
sore muscles, puffiness under eyes,
floating specks, and an "always tired"
feeling are indications that the kid-
neys and bladder are not working
properly. Foley Kidney Pills soothe
and strengthen weak and disordered
kidneys and bladder. Key West Drug
Ce. sl-1m

AUTOMOBILE
PROTECTION
Fire and Theft and Collilon In-
surance issued by the Florida State
Automobile Association is the safest
and cheapest in the world. Write
for information to headquarters Or-
lando. Agents wanted in every
town in Florida.

SEPULCHER MADE OF
TERRA-COTTA FOUND
MADE IN YEAR 27 B. C.
(By Associated Press)
BRINDISI, ITALY, Sept. 12.-A
sepulcher of terrH-cotta has just been
discovered in the excavations for the
new docks here. It dates back to 27
B. C. Besides containing the bones
of an ancient warrior it contains many
coins and trinkets, some of which re-
late to the consulship of Marcus Ves-
pasanius Agrippa. The sepulcher wil
be placed in the Italian Civic museum,


When completed this system of
canals will connect up sixteen lakes
and afford the finest motor boating
in thi. part of Florida.

If your child i- pale and sickly,
icks at the nose, starts n the sleep
md grinds the teeth while sleeping,
b is a sure sign of worms. A remedy
.or these parasites will be found in
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
not only clears out the worms, but it
restores health and cheerfulness. Sold
by all druggists. M W F
Many ftalian soldiers were mas-
sacred in Albania by clansmen, ac-
cording to Belgrade newspaper re-
ports..


HUMAN SKELETON


FOUND IN WOODS

NEAR SARASOTA

Believed to Be Remains Of
Negro Man Probably
Dead Long Time
SARASOTA, Sept. 12.-A human
skeleton was discovered by a negro,
in a clump of palmettoes near Dun-
can's saw mill, and brought to the
city Wednesday night. Sheriff Gates
was immediately notified of the find
and Deputy Sheriff Blackwelder came
over from Bradentown and., accom-
panied by Marshal Hodge 4and Justice
of Peace C. 0. Teate, visited the
scene of the discoveryy Thursday
morning.
As yet no clue has been found to
solve the mystery. From the appear-
ance of the skull it is thought to be
that of a negro man, and the person
to have been dead several months.
The skeleton is covered by the re-
mains of a suit of clothes, possibly
blue serge, and a short pencil was
found near the body, also a note book
in the pocket of the vest and a small
vial of medicine with a piece of wood
tied to it with a string.


DROPPED DEAD


ON THE FLOOR


Private Home the Scene of
Wholesale Slaughter Last
Week.

The beautiful home of one of our
prominent citizens was the scene of
a wholesale slaughter one night last
week. Shortly after dusk the house
was invaded by a swarm of voracious
malaria-carrying mosquitoes, which
would have made sleep impossible
had not preparation been made for
just such a happening. A barrage of
Torment was shot into the air of each
room with a small spray, and the
mosquitoes at ones surrendered as if
gassed. Torment Is the finest of in-
secticides and kills flies and mosqui-
toes while they are on the wing. It
does not injure humkn beings and
will not stain clothing nor furniture.
Bottle of Torment, including spray,
25c at your druggist's.
Manufactured by The G. B. Wil-
liams Co., Quitman, Ga.
Sold in Key West by Olivierl's
Pharmacy, corner Felming and Mar-
garet streets,

WOULD MAKE LONDON


Only One Thing Now Lacking CHIEF SUGAR MARKET
-Money OF EUROPE IN FUTURE
"I have doctored nine years for (By Associated Press)
stomach and liver trouble and LONDON, Sept. 12.-An effort is
spent thousands of dollars, but in- being made W make London "the
stead of becoming cured of these sugar-market of Europe," in place of
ailments, my bloating and pains' Hamburg, Germany, which before the
and nttnalna IcLLumiu wuors. I was war, woa the center of T113 tWade, hand-
persuaded a year ago to take ling vast quantities of home grown
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and as well as imported sugar. When the
have never suffered since taking British blockade isolated Germany,
the first dose. I wish I had the London became the pivotal point and
money back I spent for other medi- exporters are doing all they can to
cines." It is a simple, harmless prep- make the change permanent.
aration that removes the catarrhal Every week large quantities of
mucus from the intestinal tract and sugar reach here of which only a
allays the inflammation which causes small portion is taken by the Sugar
practically all stomach, liver and in- Commission for home consumption.
testinal ailments, including appendi. The rest is re-exported. But for this
cities. One dose will convince or fact there would be no reason, ex.
money refunded. For sale at drug- perts say, for sugar rationing in
gists everywhere. Britain.
YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE SURGEONS agree that in cases of
--- Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds,
A Foley Cathartic Tablet is a the FIRST TREATMENT is most im-.
prompt and safe remedy for sick portent. When an EFFICIENT anti-
headache, billiousness, bloating sour septic is applied promptly, there is na
stomach, gas, bad breath, indigestion,, danger of infection and the.woun4 be.
constipation, or other condition caused gins to heal at once. For use on man
by clogged 6r irregular bowels. They or beast, BOROZONE is the IDiAL
cause no griping or nausea not will ANTISEPTIC and I!EALING
they encourage the "pill habit." Just AGENT. Buy it now and be ready
fine for persons too stout. Key West for an emergency." Sold by all drug-
Drug Co. sl-1m gists. M W F


. When a merchant asks


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919


THE KEY WEST CTIlZEN


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A. L PRATT
Optometrist and Manufacturing
Optician. Broken Lens duplicated
on the day received.
Campbell Bidg. Fleming St.

J. D. BEARUP
CLEANING, PRESSING
AND REPAIRING
Packages called for and delivered
Phone 227. 819 Fleming Street.


Key West Hardware Co.
Agents For
MOHAWK TIRES
No JB to e small or tee large.
Work dwe by ezperieased men.
All Work Guaranteed
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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS


FOR MAYOR.
Complying with the wish cf many
of my friends in all walks of life, I
hereby offer myself as a candidate
for the office of Mayor in the ap-
proaching city election and respect-
fully solicit your support. I desire
to go into this campaign unpledged
and shall make few promises as to
what I shall do.
LEWIS OTTO.

COUNCILMAN AT LARGE
I hereby announce my candidacy
ter Conecilman at Large for the city
ot Key West, subject to the city
election to be held in November, and
will appreciate the support of my
friends and fellow citizens.
JOHN 1. DELANEY.
COUNCILMAN FIRST WARD.
I hereby announce myself a can-
didate for re-election to the office
of Councilman from Fiest Ward, und
solicit the support of all qualified
electors. If re-elected, I promise the
people the same honest and honor-
able administration of affairs that
has characterized my record in the
past, which is well known to the
citizens of Key West.
ROSS C. SAWYER.
COUNCILMAN SECOND WARD
Robert F. Spottswood

COUNCILMANN FOURTH PRECINCT
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nffiea of counsilnmaft fut the
Poprth Precinct and solicit the votes
of the electors in the approaching city
election.
J. M. VARELA.

FOR CHIEF OF POLICE
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Chief of Police in,
the approaching city election to be
held in November of this year and
solicit the support of the electors. I
pledge, if elected, to fulfill every
duty required by the laws governing
the office.
D. L. CASH.

For Chief of Police
WHITMORE J. GARDNER
(For Re-election)

FOR CHIEF OF POLICE
I hereby announce myself as a can-
didate for the office of Chief of Police
in the city election to be held in
November and will appresate the
i',upport of the electors.
CHARLES RUSSELL,
(Better known as Chichi).

CAPTAIN OF POLICE
I respectfully solicit the votes of
the electors in the approaching city
election for the office of Captain of
Police. I promise, if elected, to
faithfully perform the duties requir-
ed of me.
CLEVELAND ELWOOD.
CAPTAIN OF POLICE
I hereby submit my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Captain
of Police of the city of Key West,
subject to the city election in Novem-
ber. If re-elected I promise teo ful-
fill the duties of the office with the
efficiency of my present incumbency.
ALFRED P. KNOWLES,
(Better Known as "Tpekie")

FOR CAPTAIN OF POLICE
In the approaching city election I
will offer myself as a candidate for
the office of Captain of Police and
respectfully solicit the favorable
consideration of the electors.
JOS. W. ALBURY,
(Better known as Joe Soldier)


FOR CAPTAIN OF POLICE
In the city election to be held in
November I will offer myself as a
candidate for the office of Captain
of Police and hereby solicit the
favorable consideration of the elec-
tors.
I have served on the police force
for seven years and my record as
a police officer isopen for your in-
spection.
ALBERT N. ROBERTS,
(Better known as Abbie)
FOR CITY TAX ASSESSOR
(For re-election)
WILLIAM A. CAREY
FOR CITY CLERK
(For re-election)
WALLACE PINDER
FOR CITY TREASURER.
In the approaching municipal elec-
tion I will offer myself for re-election
to the office of City Treasurer and
respectfully solicit the favorable con-
sideration of the electors.
CHAS. S. WILLIAMS.

FOR POLICE JUSTICE
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for re-election to the of-
fice of Police Justice of Key West.
In making this announcement I sub-
mit my past record as judge of the
city court as my best recommenda-
tion. I respectfully ask for your
support Respectfully,
J. F. BUSTO.
FOR CITY SEXTON.
1 hereby announce that I wi'i be a
candidate for re-election to the office
of City Sexton and solicit the support
of the voters.. B. P. BAKER.

SEXTON OF CEMETERY
To the voters: In the approaching
city election I will offer myself as a
candidate for the office of Sexton of
,the Cemetery and eoicit your sup-
port. I promise if elected to keep it
clean and in such a condition that
will meet with your approval at all
times. SAMUEL CATES,
(Better known as "Bunkins")

FOR SEXTON OF CEMETERY
In the municipal election to be held'
in November I will offer myself as
a candidate for the office of Sexton
of the Cemetery. During the cam.
paign I would like to talk with the
electors individually,. This being im-
possible I take this method of solicit-
ing your favorable consideration.
WILL BAKER.

FOB CITY SEXTON.
To the voters: In the approaching
city election I will offer myself as a
candidate for the office of Sexton of
the Cemetery and solicit your sup-
port. I promise if elected to keep
it clean.
ROLAND RICHARDSON.

FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR.
I' hereby announce my caritdacy
for the office of Tax Collector for
the city f Fey West in the approach-
ing election to be held In November
of this year, and solicit the support
of all qualified electors.
ARTHUR H. SHEPPARD.
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR
CHARLES' CURTIS

HERBINE is the medne that
cures biieuos"e,, malaria and con-
stipation. The first does makes you
feel better, a few additional doses
cures completely. Sold by all drug-
gists. M W F


12,000,000 PELTS

SOLD AT AUCTION

INST. LOUISTODAY

Vast Collection of Furs
Valued at More Than
$15,000,000

(By Associated Press.)
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 12.-More
than 12,000,000 pelts, valued at
$15,000,000 will be auctioned at the
annual fall sale of the International
Fur Exchange here, beginning to-
morrow. More than 500 buyers,
from all parts of the world, are ex-
pected to attend.
Nine thousand Alaskan seal, and
667 blue fox will be sold for the
account of the United States, and
are expected to bring approximately
$1,000,000. A unique feature will
be the sale of 30,000 Russian pony
pelts. This is the first time in the
exchange's history the latter have
been on ale.
The largest lot catalogued is one
containing 1,500,000 Russian squir-
rel. Among the expensive pelts are
8,000 sable, 7,000 Russian sable, and
700 silver fox. The Russian sable
alone, it is believed, will bring $Q,
000,000, Philip B. Fouke, the auc-
tioneer, said.
Large lots to be sold include:
565,000 muskrat, 230,000 marmot,
t1.l ,000 whit'f hare, 150,000 clivt
cat, 200,000 Australian opossum,
28,000 American opossum, 190,000
ermine, 110,000 Japianese fox, and
600,000 pounds of rabbit skins..
The sale will continue until
September 20.

FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD
OCALA GIRL LEAVES
HOME UNANNOUNCED
OCALA, Sept. 12.-Alta Watson,
aged fourteen years, disappeared
from her home in this city recently,
presumably going to Tampa. She is
slight, four feet, four inches tall
and almost blind in one eye, having
been shot in the eye the day the
armistice was signed. No word has
been heard of this young girl since
she left her home. Any one know-
ing anything concerning her should
communicate with M. D. Watson, of
Ocala, or the Ocala chief of police.

S. 0. S PICKED

FROM MEMPHIS

Hordes of Mosquitoes In
Mississippi Delta Section.
Sweet Dreams Answers
Call.

"Ship 25 gross Sweet Dreams
quick."
This simple telegram means that
somewhere around Memphis the mos-
quitoes are after the people.
These people want relief, and lots
of it. And believe me, it's on the
way.
And so Sweet Dreams answers calls
from all over the Dixie every dayaIt
is a great mosquito remedy, the at-
cepted standard everywhere.
'If mosquitoes are troublesome at
your home, it is asked that you try
Sweet Dreams. Ne offensive odor.
No Stain.
Sold by every drug store in Dixie.
For sale by-
KEY WEST DRUG CO.
and all drug stores, everywhere.
NOTICE 1
The poll tax for the city eleetio
for 1919 becomes payable at the tax
collector's office in the county court
house on and after Tuesday, Septemn
bar 2.
In order to participate in the city
election, all voters, including the
owners of real estate, must pay poll
taxes.
WILLIAM F. MALONEY,
aug30.tf Tax "Collctor,.
CUT THIS OUT-
IT IS WORTH MONEY
7---
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago Ill.,


writing your name and address clear-
ly. You will receive in return & trial
package containing Foley's Honey and
Tar Compaund, for coughs, colds and
croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley
Cathartic Tablets. Key West Drug
Co. sl-1m
Statistics made public show that
Argentina is the eighth largest cus-
tomer trading with the Unied States.
Trade between thb countries during
the year ended June 80 amounted to
$804,000,000.


Stomach Ills
permanently disappear after drinking
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water.
Positively guaranteed by money-bobh
offer. Tastes fine; costs a trifle. D-i.
livered anywhere by 'Key Wet
agents, Cabrem Bros., phone theem


Mw 1 WNW 1Wg % w
We know United States Tires are GOOD tires. That's why we sell them
DAN NAVARRO, 101 Fitzpatrick St., GEO. I. KNOWLES, 306
St., and ATWELL'S GARAGE, Agents .


* FROM HERE AND THERE U
* U

Every time the carp breathes it
moves 4,368 bones and muscles.
The average depth of the Atlantic
is estimated at about sixteen thousand
feet.

Labrador has an area of 200,000
square miles, but the population is
only 4,000.
The Italian crown jewels are guard-
ed in a subterranean chamber on a
little island in the Tiber.
The most spacious lodging-house in
the world is one for pilgrims at
Mecca, which accomodates 6,000 per-
sons.

An elephant's foot takes longer to
cook than any other meat To make
it tender it must be boiled for thirty-
six hours.
There are tribes in India that sweat
by the head of a tiger, while others
chop a dog in two as embelmatic of
the fate of the prmjurer.
While the average temperature in
Western Siberia is extremely low, it
is withstood by human beings cont-
paratively easily because of the lack
of the wind.

It is estimated that the Mississippi
River has added twelve hundred
square miles to the land area of the
North American continent by its de-
posis.
In every 1,000 marriages performed
in Great Britain 21 are between first
cousins. Among the nobility the rate
is much higher, amounting to 45 in
1,000.

It is believed the Nile contains a
greater variety o fish than any other.
river in the world. An expedition
sent by the, British Museum brought
back 8,000 specimens.
Railway stations in Sweden at
which meals are served are indicated
by the simple but suggestive picture
of a crossed knife and fork opposite
to the name of the station in the
time-table.
New York State Federation, of La.
bor declared a trtie of six months in
New York. Strikes daring that time
will be suspended to give the presi-
dent a chance to reduce the high cost
ot .ing.
1Th Araueanians, of the southern-
*ost province ef Chile, use a crab


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shell as a barometer. In dry, fair
weather it is white, but when rain Is
approaching red spots appear on it,
and when excessive moisture is pres-
ent in the atmosphere it becomes red
all over.
Many great musical composers had
exceptionally large appetites. When
Handel dined alone at a restaurant
he usually took the precaution of
ordering a meal for three. Haydn,
yet more voracious, was known to con-
sume a meal that would have satis-
fied five ordinary appetites.

Hindu children are remarkable for
their precocity. Many of them are
skilful workmen at an age when the
children of other nations are learning
the alphabet. A boy of seven may be
a skilful wood-carver, while some of
the handsomest rugs are woven Py
children not yet in their teens.



I "IN THE DAY'S NEWS" I


Few leaders in American education.
al circles are more widely known than
Dr. James H. Kirkland, chancellor of
Vanderbilt University, who celebrates
his 6th birthday anniversary today.
Dr. Kirkland comes of a family that
has been conspicuous (n religious and
educational work for several genera-
tions. His early education was re-
ceived at Woffbrd College, in his
native town of Spartanburg, S. C.
After graduating from that institu-
tibon in 1877 he went abroad for post-
graduate study. Upon his return he
became professor of Greek and Ger-
man in his alma mater. The years
1883-86 he spent in further travel and
study abroad. His connection with
Yanderbilt University dates from 1886,
when he became professor of Latin in
the Nashville institution. Since 1893
he has been chancellor of the uni-
versity. In addition to his education
work Dr. Kirkland has written ex-
tensively for the educational and
philosophical reviews.

666 has proven it will cure
Malaria, Chills and Fever.
Bilious Fever, Colds and La-
Grippe. It kills the parasite
that causes the fever. It is
a splendid laxative and gen-
eral Tonic, adv.
Deportation ais the most effective
meant of solving the problem of radi-
calism in this country was advocated
before Attorney Generals of various
Eastern States in eenfnerenece at
Boston by C? -.es D. Newtoin, At-
torney Gener ( of New York.


Elizabeth


RED CROSS REALM
LAAj. & Ai&&-atAAA
Junior News
The Junior Red Cross News, a new
publication, will make its first ap-
pearance in September as the official
organ of the Department of Junior
Membership. It will be published in
Washington and sent to schools in all
parts of the country.
The new paper will be published in
fourteen different editions, and that
designed for the Southern Division
will contain, in addition to matter of
general interest, the story of the ac-
complishments of the Juniors in that
division. It also will be open foer
contributions to all Junior auxil-
iarles.
The Sc,.c:-.tber number will 1al
r.rt:. .:arly vwih the children of
Frar.ce, vw'ith sEn al accounts writ-
ten by Jus:cr Rcd Cross rcprcecntA- -
tives who rre themselves in Lurorpe,..
working among the children of that:
war-stricken country.
The Junior News will be published
nine times a year. each month in the
school term.
German Government permitted
Karl Radek, one of the leaders of the
Spartacan uprising in Germany, to
return to Russia.


"BAYER CROSS"


ON ASPIRIN


lIways Ask for Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirinl"


Only Aspirin Tablets with the safe.,
ty "Bayer Cross" on them are gen.'
uine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," own.
ed and made by Americans and prov..
ed safe by millions of people. Un-
known quantities of fraudulent
Aspirin Tablets were sold recently by
a Brooklyn dealer which proved to be
composed mostly, of Talcum PowdesI
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" shoulA
always be asked for. Then look for
the safety "Bayer Cross" on the pack.
age and on each tablet. Accept noth.
Ing else Proper directions and do-.
age in eachtBayer package.
Aspirin Is the trkde mark of Baye
Manufaetureof\ Monoecetieaeldeto
of Salbeybseald.


PAGFJEVEN


MIGUEL DOMINGUEZ
Dry Goods and Notions
NEW, CLEAN MERCHANDISE
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
Corner Duval and elimla Streets


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)I'AGl EIGHT


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919


Hare We Are Again, As

Usual. First Ready With

All the New Things for

FALL & WINTER, says


Joe Pearlman
LARGE ASSORTMENTS OF BEAUTIFUL
NEW GEORGETTE WAISTS. Newest creations
in FALL GOWNS, SUITS AND COATS. LATEST
PARISIAN DESIGNS. WE ARE AGENTS for
three of the largest READY TO WEAR CON-
CERNS in New York and new apparel are arriv-
ing daily. Your inspection is invited.
Larger assortment than ever. Newest models,
all predominating shades at the least possible cost.
We have a shoe for every taste and price.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS. JOE


P. S. Don't forget that SATURDAY
special SHOE DAY at special prices.


is our


.DUCATION--WHAT IS IT?
'Long, long ago a blacksmith of New England distinguished him-
yAlf, not without much ridicule, by advocating a league of nations, to
Sde end that the world might have universal peace His name was Elihu
Slurritt, and they called him the "learned blacksmith." He knew fifty
' 'y, 'his student's lamp was the forge and his desk was an anvil.
If .you .are of the sort to feel discouraged now and then because
at have not had a college education, remember that many men have
*zedhioved success in the intellectual world without the training that is to
'.ib had in a college. William Dean Howells, the renowned American au-
'1thor; Jack London, Mark Twain, Arminius Vambery, the great lin-
*'jiist, author and authority on the Orient-none of these went to col-
tl fge.
Herbert Spencer, whose philosophy has long been studied by college
isartructors, and whose writings had a profound influence on education,
S.oeTined the offer of an uncle to send him to Cambridge University.
I Yrom the age of seventeen until he was twenty-six he was an engineer
Sn the London & Birmingham Railway. But it was Spencer who en-
d'iched the theory of Darwin with the doctrine of the survival of the fit-
miSt, and his optimistic philosophy was a bulwark against the pessimism
*f the German thinkers.
Napoleon left Brienne when he was sixteen and always was con-
*enimptuous of scholars. Washington did not go to school after he was
Jiftten, .and Franklin's scholastic training ended when he was a lad of
*ten Abraham Lincoln did not go to school at all, but, unlike Napoleon,
She always regretted that he had not had the advantage of a college
Sorse. However, he relished the fact that his course with the Interna-
SUnnal Corrospondence Schools was a big asset to the requirements of
'lia life work.
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
4eeal Manager E. S. AL.GREEINE 2 Pokalski Street
S....................................... TEAR OUT H ERE................................................
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
BOX 2226, SCRANTON, PA.
-Explain, without obligating me, how I can qualify for the position,
r*w in the subject, before which I mark X.
It.ECTRICAL ENGINES SALESMANSHIP
'Ledttfic Lighting and Railways ADVERTISING
",Maetric Wiring Window Trimmer
Telegraph Engineer Show Card Writer
Telephone ',Work Sign Painter
'NI)LENICAL ENGINEER Railroad Trainman
1\echanical Draftsman ILLUSTRATING
Machine Shop Practice Cartooning
Toolmaker BOOKKEEPER
(vias Engine Operating Stenographer and Typist
CIVIL ENGINEER Cert. Public Accountant
'.Surveying and Mapping TRAFFIC MANAGER
'MINE FOREMAN OR ENGINEER Railway Accountant
STATIONARY ENGINEER Commercial Law
Marine Engineer GOOD ENGLISH
Ship Draftsman Teacher
ARUHITECT Common School Subjects
'Contractor and Builder Mathematics
Architectral Draftsman CIVIL SERVICE
,',Concrete Builder Railway Mail Clerk.
'Structural Engineer AUTOMOBILE OPERATING
V PLUMBING AND HEATING Auto Repairing
Sheet Metal Worker Navigation Spanish
"Textile Overseer or Supt. AGRICULTURE French
CHEMIST Poultry Raising Italian


.are ..................................................... ........................................................
..Present Occupation............................................ ..........................................
S'Street ;and No..................................................
tty................................................. State..............................................


Our Collection of New Fall Dress
Goods and Ready to Wear
will be on display within the next eight days.
The showing tells the trend of the style ten-
dencies. Careful selection uapd buying will assure
you of unrivalled modes, material,,quality and fit.
We will show the choice of the season, reasonably
priced. ,
Mr. Appelrouth returned yesterday after sev-
eral weeks spent in the fashionable markets. As
usual The Store of Fashion will be among the lead-
ers in their showing this season.
Dress goods are of the newest weaves and
styles. Novelties and staples including chiffon,
broadcloth, shadow plaids and tricotines, etc.
Dresses that are distinctive and altogether
different than of previous seasons, in the new hip
draped silhouette which has enabled the designers
to treafe many wonderful novelties.
Don't fail to attend when the fall opening is an-
nounced.

The Store of Fashion


I.
OPPOSITE


FIl~


Appelrouth,
SAN CARLOS


ST ISSUEOF
'Y WEST CITIZEN

SINCE THE STORM


The Key West Citizen shared
with the other enterprises in
their losses and frustration of
business routine. The building
was practically unroofed and the
plant flooded, putting the two
linotype machines out of commins-
sion and doing much damage to
office furniture. In the absence
of power and gas it was Impos-
sible to publish the paper, and
this is the first issue of The
Citizen since the 'storm came.
The power is only on at nights
so far, so it was necessary to get
the paper out "between suns."
It is really the Friday paper, but
'is being delivered to sulscribers
this (Saturday) morning. The
regular edition of The Citizen
will appear this (Saturday)
afternoon, if circumstances per-
mft.
KEY WEST PICKED
TEAM NOW NAMED
KEY WEST GIANTS
At an enthusiastic meeting of base-
ball players, known as the Key West
picked team, it was decided to add
several players to the line up and
for the team to hereafter be known
as the Key West Giants.
The new players taken in are: D.
Bernreuter of Key West, and Dion,
Yoos and Grey of the army, providing
the army does not enter team it city
league.
The team has always been a strong
one, and with Bernreuter and Morn
on the receiving end and Lewis, Wat-
kins and Grey doing the hurling, with
Fernandez on first, Trumbull on
second, Sevilla on third and Dion at
short, with Guerro, Bearup, Elbert.
son, Pazo and Yoos in the outer gar.
den it promises to be one of the
fastest teams the city has ever haa
and the players say that they are go-
ing right after the pennant in the city
league.;
Rub-My-TaTm. is a great pain killer.
It relieves pain and-soreness caused
by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
etc. adv.


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Pro%6M,_


CIGARMAKERS

STRIKE ENDED

LAST TUESDAY

Soon As Factories Resume
Operation Employees
Will Go To Work
The strike of the cigarmakers was
settled Tuesday and the employees of
all departments of the industry are
ready to return to work.
The pickers, which represent the
only branch of the trade whose de-
mands had not been satisfied through
the offer of the Manufacturers' As-
sociation, decided that they would
give in rather than be the cause of
the strike being protracted for an
indefinite period.
So as soon as the factories recover
from the results of the storm the
plants will resume operation at full
capacity.

EDNA PARK STO&1 "'O.
AT PARLOR THEATER
The Edna Park Stock Company
will open at the Parlor Theater
Saturday afternoon. The opening
play will be a comedy drama in four
acts, entitled "Happiness After The
Storm," a play particularly suited to
the occasion.
Richard Kingston, a wealthy En-
glishman falls in love with a poor
fisher girl. She saves him and nurses
him back to life. They are married
and are very happy, but it is not for
long. James Meredith is a distant
relative of Kingston and schemes to
separate Kingston and his little fish-
er girl wife. One night during a
terrible storm, Meredith's plot sue-
ceeds and Kingston finds his wife and
Davie Holt, a fisher boy together on
the beach. He attempts to kill her,
but Davie prevents him from doing
so. After the storm the sun shines
once more. Well, to tell any mori
would be telling too much. Come t6
the Parlol today, matinee or night,
and see for yourselves.
aGet your milk from
Adams Dairy. Phone 454.
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WE ARE NOW SHOWING THE LATEST CORRECT
"'AUTUMN IDEAS" THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE ESTAB-
LISHMENT. ONE OF OUR IDEAS" IS THAT QUALITY
SHALL ALWAYS BE THE BEST ANOTHER '4lEA" WE
HAVE IS, THAT NO CUSTOMiR SHALL 'AVE OUR
STORE WITH A GARMENT THAT IS NOTA PT FECT FIT.
THAT WE SHALL NOT OVERCHARGE iUT GIVE A
FAIR PRICE TO THOSE WHO GIVE US THEIR CONFI-
DENCE, IS ALSO ONE OF OUR "IDEAS."
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU OUR LAT-
EST "AUTUMN IDEAS" IN MERCHANDISE AND SUPPLY
YOU WITH WHAT YOU NEED. COME IN.


D. ARONOVITZ .& SONS

DEPARTMENT STORE


FASHIONABLE DRESSES

APPEAL TO WOMEN
On our second floor and in our window can be
seen a beautiful display of women's fashionable af-
ternoon and street dresses made by the leading
fashion producers of America.
The materials from which these dresses are
tailored consist of georgette, satins and georgette
combination, wool jerseys, tricotines and series.
This is an exceptional line of fall dresses and in
order to be best suited we invite your early inspec-
tion. 4

%0I H HTTB


Mendell's
612 DUVAL STREET


Department


Store
PHONE 347


JOHN LOWE, JR. SONS
Dealer in General Merchandise
Dekler 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 Paints and Oils


K E Y WEST Regular Dance Postponed
Athletic CI u b Rntil FR voice
Watch this space for notice of spec.
POPULAR RESORT *1 al atertainments.


Subscribe For The Citizen

WHY SO MANY YOUNG SPECIAL SALE
MARRIED COUPLES RT
LIVE HAPPY FOR TODAY ONLY
They furnish their home with the White cotton, yard wide,
latest style in home conforts. When per yard ............20c
making the selection they go to the Bro cotton, yard wide,
place that carries in stock at all times Brown cotton, yard wide,
up-to-date goods that give service per yard .................... 20c
and comfort. If they are short of Cambric cotton, yard wide,
money they buy at cash prices and per yard 25
take one, two, or three months to ........
pay the balance. Quite a few get pass Sheeting, two yards wide,
books and make deposits weekly or per yard ...................... 75c
monthly and by the time they are Pillow case tubing, per
ready to furnish their home it is paid
for If you want to live happy yard .............................. 49c
whether married or single the corn- Pillow CpMe cotton, 42 inch-
forts of the home will help you. We es wid, per yard 45c
will please per yoa ........
KEY WEST FURNITURE CO. Pillow l ses, ready made,
sa-tf 0.S. Long, Prop. each .1..,... ... 21c
Sheets, invisible seams,
When you haven achey, trethy 72x90 .................. $1.00
feeling and you are dull,.thred and dis- hQt,0 s..ale.ss,...100
courage it is a sign of approaching Sheets, seatles,
malaria or chills. You should act at ....V,......................... $1.75
quickly to ward off an attack. HER- PercaleS, yard wide, per
BINE offers you the help you need. ard
It destroys the malarial germ, drives yard ... .................... 2C
out all impurities and makes you feel Ladies' poplin skirts $6.00.
bright, vigorous and cheerful. Sold Ladies' georgette and crepe
by all druggists.. M W F de chine waists ........4500
Ac.ordig to eports receive d at Lool at the big sign.
the State Department from Mexi co fl
City the bandits who killed Adam
seshatfoeonAm an, w. aied by r1
K7W' Jp t.St. Phone 1 K


THE UNIVRS.&AL- CA

Ford cars are important servants every-
where. They help the family enjoy life,
bring the pleasures and advantages of the
town within reach of the farmer and give
practical service every day in country and
town. They require a minimum of atten-
tion; any one can run the Ford and care for
it, but it is better to have repairs and re-
placements taken care of by those who are
familiar with the work and have the tools,
the genuine materials, and skilled men to
do the work promptly. We pledge Ford
owners the reliable Ford service with real
Ford parts and standard Ford prices.,

TREVOR & MORRIS

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