Group Title: Key West citizen (Key West, Fla.)
Title: Key West Citizen
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Title: Key West Citizen
Uniform Title: Key West Citizen
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Key West citizen
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: April 22, 1919
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00048666
Volume ID: VID00587
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GOVERNMENT AS$HUEDOF eO
O i i A AKey West society enjoyed today
S the spectacle of a large hoburch wed.'
O ding-a function sUlb s, had not
''" been seen hero for a year or more,
S.,'..., and an unusually interesting event,
the bride being one of the best
U.S. 8. MARBLEHEAD COMMENCES HER UNI- known and deservedly popularofthe
QUE VOYAGE FROM S AN FRANCISCO T O daughters of the d The oca-
W Plies of the "Old Dominion" and the
NEW YORK AND WILL NOT PUT IN PORT Farther South the contracting
UNTIL THE "V" LOAN IS& SUBSORIBED. parties bei .D,.Michael Price De.
Boe,-of .VZpa Ii,'and to,
S daughter-,\of 'Mt. Thomas Osgood
(B ....... Pes Otto,; of Key West. The happy
( (By Assoiated Press) nuptial event waq celebrated in the
WASHINGTON, April 22.-The treasury depart- First Methodist church, ift presence
ne has received- the nation-wide assurance of tle a gathering of seral hundred
Searfy sUCeSS Of the Victory Loan'. It was a "Morning-Military" wed.
The United States ship Marblehead, one of tl e di'1 hge,esrtert eh, according o
destroyers which will tell the story of the Victbry.L light uniforms by officers partici-
pating, with other 'feature less for-I
\' rity Loan to the entire country by a voyage from S8. mat than are usually attended at
I* aico0 to New York, pulled out of the Golden Gat church marriages performed later in
the day. The cool brightnkess of the
ye dr4ay afternoon to beg in a four and one half bil ay added to the chrp here
lion dollar, journey. The speed of her engines will- be surroundingg tiheo hpy event, which
determined bt the niatiotf's- daily subscription to- th. accudil progmtly and impressive.
lOH1,'0 tery environment was em&tagized in
S. the white uniform present 'it the
m 3ubscribed- the Victory tbip will wedding party,,and scattered thickly
entiree croising distance from San through' the big audience, and also
) in tAe flag draped altar ra1illns and
rk, the harboYr of victory, Is 5,250 organ front, .
Previous to the arrlvar of the
bridal party at 9 o'clock, the audience
S-..-. --- was beautifully.' entertalaed by
nf1 nnI VCffD C "songs andt iistrumiental music, this
ii JUL LL preliminary feature being itself a
TPOoneNErt of rare and impressiv inter.
44"P'T e.- Miss 'karcette Ray' rang "Be-
diJIF Ei K 1 IN IAI r e Buse," by Guy ,d'Hardenot, and "I
OF GHT ONWAYTOROMEPromise Thee,by Boe Miss
OOO M Bertha Mendelsohn.gave a violin
S LI1 O N T rendition of "fMeditation" from the
S-- Massenet opera "Tn is," and Miss
ociated Pr".oss (By AssocitetU.e'ss) Marie Hamilton sang Allitsen's "A
N. F., April 22.r-Con- PARIS, April 22.--Jules Vedrinis, o tof y1'hanktegiving." .. I,
arts of "e#dwind in a noted French aviator, was killed th i. maift f honor apun 'id3ill
as caused another post- .; .. s
of the tart of the ta yesterday who his machine felt in en.cred the mJrch in two pai'tfe
lights of Captain Frederick the depart Vieof Dronme whilt he front e ach q' the side e nttx#ck 9P
,ham, l.I;ish aviator, and wa .Ottev'n. to makANtynon,, e .,er ,Id t y.. ,- u'p I. *
.1 "nwvkrV -his Austtlian stop from Villacoulvy to p Rtp, d epr u
riyal, in the i petition for t ffI I. in t a les, the Vestible of th
$5BO,0O prize, offered by the London chine also was killed. V 7"' ".e. 4 .t
Daily Mail. BotHil rmen are making The machine in which they were tore p te a r rn t
social engagements 1r the next day akin the trip was wrecked. ties meat the entrnc t'th
s nahen d naccitientocecrredat; Lea' Fe center alne and formed, with .',1"the
-or two, and have given up their hour- The accident occurred at Lo Fou. hers an bride, tle wedding party,
ly watch for an opportunity to "hop louses and it is believed it- was du to whichlmoved toward the altar to the
Soff," anticipating~no immediate hope- the machine collapsing in the air. The strain i *of the Lohengris Weddili
ful opportunity. R vitors fell frnm a 9reat height I''i March, played by kris. Loharles ban-
If unfavorable weather and winds the death of both of them was instann. ','rson,
-continue much longer, it is probable taneous. A mail sack which Vedrinesi The following were in the bridald
that several new competitors may ar- was carrying to Rome was found party: the eight ushers, in their
rive with their machines anwl attempt among the debris of the machine. white naval officers' uniforms, wear-
to get away with Raynham and Haw.- The airplane used by Vedrines was in, swords-Doctors Hausheer and
'ker. An airdrome is being prepared built to bombard Berlin and weighed D'Armona, professional associates of
at Harbor Grace for a Handley Page five and one-half tons. He had a theigroom; Lieutenants Null. Roen
venture, and yesterday there arrived strong wind at his back when he left and. Orooch, and Ensigns Young,
here an agent of Boulton and Poul of .Villacoublay at 8:30 a. m. Taylor and McCaskill. Following
Norwich, England,' who is selection', Jules Vedrines was one of the lead- .the ushera came the bridesmaids, a
site for an airdrome, and arrang-f"A igl French airmen. He was one of delightfully pretty group, gowned all
for petrol and auxiliary supplies for the first Frenchmen to take up'of them in organdies in a variety of
that firm's airplane which, he an- aviation and during the years 1911 rainbow colors, with hate matching
nounced, is scheduled to start from and 1912 was very active in aerial the costumes. The 4i1idesmaids
here in May or Juneo. races in Europe, winning the Paris- walked alternately singly and in
Mndrid race, finishing fourth in the pairs. Mrs. Ralph Gordon Walling,
SNOTICE European circuit race and making walking alone, wore pale green or'-
various records for height, distance gandy, with hat of like material.
Any person vishin to communi, and speed and finishing second in the Misses Marie Hamilton and Lalu
cateny er with mnaer of scavenr seommu British circuit race. He 'was one of Na-v.r.'o aprt ared In pink gown3
vica llup145- f savage ser-the first aviators to fly frm London and hats. Miss Ileen Williams,
IHRRY L. ALBURY, to Paris. cousin of the bride, and her maid of
al0-1m Mnagern Vedrine3 served in the French honor, was in blue costume. Miss
a-1m ager aerial services early in the war and' Margaret White and Miss Virginia
S--- was later made an instructor. Ons Mays, walking together, wore corn- I
King Ferdinand'of Bulgaria has January 19, this year, he accomplish- colored organdy gowns and hats to
asked permission of the Swiss federal ed the feat of landing on the roof of match. Mrs. Robert Spottswood, the
authorities for permission to reside the Lafayette department store matron of honor, wore similar cos-
in Switzerland. building in Pais. tume of lavender. All the bridc.s.
n' erl b i P ut.i.': ::tied heh:-'herdess crooks 1
-" --" twined v.ith bands .ot ,:,aline. Lastly,
,- :-preceding the bride, were the. page,
-Master Emory Lowe Pierce, in white
elsaildr suit, and the flowergirl, Marie
Loulso Spottswood, daintily clad in
The bride, than whom surely never
was a happier or more popular one
seen in this island, was truly beautf-
ful- in a simple b~t most effective I
G,:,ergette creation, the only trimt -
asing of which was narrow bands of
white grosgrain ribbon. She wore a
white Coorgette garden hat, whore I
trimming wgs similar to that of her
gown. Her: onil ornament was. a
- . strand of pearls, and in her hand I
..abe carried a white bible, and shower
of lilies*-Q-thaYalley. She proceeded
"to the altar on the arm of Mr.'Allison 1
4 ,C. Elgin, who, in the absence of male
members of her family, "gave her
away."


AMER . IERS IN GERMANY
,. 0Mic.a soldier guarding a bri dire over the Moselle at the border of
I. qpqft9pr p g-a French soldier and a German peasant seeing to

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The whole party passed around, w
within tht altar ratiling, the brides.- t
maids and ,ushers forming in crest -.
cents before thile officiating minister,
the Rev. E. A. Harrison, of Miami,
long the pastor of the church where-..


BARRY, England, April ;2.-The
American steamer Luella. in the
United States transport service,
bound from St. Nazaire' for New
York, put in here yesterday with the
crew of the 'rithh steamer Rose-
dale on board. The Rosedale was
sunk in a collision with the Luella.


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SDNUPTIALS PESIJENT WILSON TO PlAY
i, n the ceremony, was enacted, and of
which the bride and her family. Are
t em)eA .. Parting the egiter of the
soemifdrelei4 the bride and her spon.
sor faced the clergyman, as the S. A
Sbridqgroom joined her, accompanied
Sby his best man, Dr. .JC. Loe, the ITALIAN PREMIER ORLANDO DID NO' ATT,
Stwo medical officers like the others N.D DI N
Swecarin.g their white uniforms. THE PEACE CONFERENCE M E E T I N
The 00mo y was 'theregular THIS MORNING.
Full ifg, xvicp. It proceeded, to THS MORNING.
accompanimet '.of th4 Schubert
SSerenade juy ed .vey .0fty f -- .. ..
throughout. At its ebnonlusIon the (By Associated Prss.)
Shedding prcession- roeeeded out. WASHINGTON, April 22.- A confidential me.
DeBoe and hi. bride ntleading, the sage from President Wilson to the administration !B '
music fof Mendelsohn's. Wedding fici s states he will take no action regarding the I'
Osgood to, mother of the bride, an claims which might jeopardize the leagnt of atioins
was Jortl by Mr. Elgin as the cere-
mony oan0Iuded, and, with him, fol- BIG FOUR MINUS PREMIER'ORLANDO
lowed- the briA and groom. The G FOUR MINUS PREMIER ORLANDO ,
b dei ad maid and aAtron o. DISCUSS PARAMOUNT QUESTIONS,
hoaor 19lowed, on the arms of theP l W s
ushers. All proceeded to the Otto PARIS, April2.-President Wilson, PremieLloyd
homwedd breakfast was served. George and Premier Qemenceau conferred on the p.

No formalre icetion was held, the anese question Re. presented by Baron Makito and ww
gmnply for the church wedding-+-but ,"also take up the Adriatic question.
Dr. and, Mrs. DeBoe had let it be Premier 0lando was not present.
known that they would be 'informallyando as not present
"at hope" to friends, so there were G A -" *N WITH .
callers and ,well wishers aplenty GERMANY NAMES iDEfGATES WITH FUE
throughout the day. These had op-RSAILLS
pottdnity o' inspett the wedding POWERS TO THE VERSAILLES C
gifts, a beautiful and large assort-
ment of silver, cut glass, napery, PARIS, April 22--**Germany will send thK
and a lot of othei articles dear to ing delegates to the Versailles congress with full
the hearts of brides on wedding days,
and forever thereafter. to negotiate:
'The long and novel wedding jour- Count on Brockdoff-R foreign m
ney planned by the PeBoee will be- Brockdof-Rantzau, foreign mi.
gin at 7:30 this evc:ii.ig, when they Herr Lansberg, secretary of publicity, art and a
leave on the' Oversea Limited for re Dr. Theodore Melchoir, general manager o
Cocoa, on the Florida east coast. Atu heo Melcoir, general manager o
Cocoa they will be met by the doc- Warbt'tigbank; HIrr Teirort, member of the Pr
tor's automobile, in which tomr ow : h s
te will start for a pisitt Ab i8 0e l1Mio .1 4SOViet congress; H-
honie ofDr.,DeBoe's pA'rents twe E is g,,miniteT pest 'hd -telef1r"hs,
b.t4r, Virinia, a pla tion whic huecking. the Geia a party
fias. the hqmcpteat I of the re .. ec,n.. ra "e" r" -
poes f1or generations They ti 1 Seyt Ve.- 1 a 1Val . h.. d .legat-
mot, vic Jackoleand Atloa eT f A 0
t rie mountalnoua distri'tas o..' the
arolinis, to the DeBoet Mr i V r-
o A fter Ot o d ie t w0thle the ,a
iost r ue s li ithll b rau .
will return to Key and Dr.
DeBoe will continue he, his practlec
as eye, ear and throat specialist. He
Is a graduate of the i tuin.'silty LoAI
l"ge of Medicine, hmuoidd, "Va.,
and Post Gradtuitaof Johns lopkins Senate
University, Baltinmore. his practice
for several years has been asumn ras
in Virginia, winters ip F lorida. fis Go
service as a naval soAgeon has been
wholly as senior medical officer at
the Key West naval air station, and c (Spe
lasted from July 3 last to date of his TALL
marriage to one of the beast dugh- T
ters which Key West has prbduced- April 22.
which is saying a good deal. That
they are to return here is a matter of W. Hui
for congratulation all around.
Mrs. DeBoe is the daughter of the 1roe COUnty
late Thomas Osgood Otto, pharma- thur Gomez
cist, and a granddaughter of Dr.
Joseph Otto, deceased, widely known on roe cou
in his lifetime throughout Florida as
a most successful specialist in di;-- firmed by-the t.
eases of children, It. He wa a surgeon
inUnion army in the civil war. A
So hoe has married into spl er. TRAPSr OO TIN
from which she descended. She is a --I-----
graduate of HIargrove Insiltut- of FAIR AND SUCCESSFUL CON.
Key West, Ind of the Florida Stn'.. a TESTANTS IN THE INTERNAL. IR N
Women's College at Tallahassee, ,4t t TIONAL T R A P-S H OOTI N G i
he line of war work she h URNAMENT AT PINEHURST,
(one her bit the past yea -as deputy- A TINHUST AT, i MI
in charge-of one of the most import. N
ant departments of the Key West Photo shows left to right: Miss,
bureau of the censorship. She is a Helen Geooderham, of Toronto oand
enthusiastic energy, au cl, wi a diana champion. NPIN EU T h *
which has endeared her to all her as- t -o anti u camptonchlmpionetheWip'


from Bordeaux, France, to effect' PARIS Apl 9 .Thoand f sio"lofi Wlttl |.
that his unit was about to start for 'mp posts have been knocked down Mad was oll. ad bk
Germany. the streets of Paris by vehcless in Chicago, who tiel at.44.
1: e lightless nights of the pa-t three LeCompte, of AshevilU6j
SAVANNAH. Ga.. April 22.- years. One big cluster of electric C o
globes on a busy boulevard has been ... a
Savannah yesterday opened a week's b up aga bin eighteen ties and ne ABY BOY
prolro.am of the centun.::l1 o. the the Grand Palais thora is one which
teamlhip Bvemaah sailing from this has bewnu roplate: .four timcasAT.
port and crossing the Atlantic as the Railroad shop works in Ireland A fine baby boy was
first steam equipped vessel ever to went on strike as a protest to the morning to Mr. and t
make a trans-oceanic voyage. proclamation of martial law. sell at their home, .


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VOLUME XL. No. 134.


1" Y WEST, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919


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I is rejoicing over the mother receives the ballot. A mn thj ____ _____ i Try a loaf of it today and you will see hy we
ins of the past few (lays same measure of justice is neted out uPeonnel of air service in this Speak of it as
the.-. Perhaps after May 10 to thu wife or mother of a civilian Bcountry was reduced from 111,846 on IT R A
n no passport is required tie shot by Germans. 'rake the Old Standard GROVE'S November 11, to 17,943 on April 3. H O N E ST B R E A D
Siey o '. TASTELESS chill TONIC. You 0,' .rseas forces were cut from 78,-1
vers will conw across. Surely any bellihgerent country know what you are taking, as the 78i to 41,.07 in the same period.
--- -which is not yet willing to enfran- formula is printed on every label, ------ ---- t i H Ite best lS bread tat can
advertising bringF results and chise all its womin can not do less showing it is QUININE and IRON The Wheat Export Co. of Canada ,mae or te price. e icous quality,
city pays. It's worth money and than follow Belgium's example. in tasteless form. The Quinine drives hus arranged to Ibuy 4.000,000 pounds imparts zeSt to one eating. IT'S te x t r e,
money, in Tli,'e Citizen. But ut the nialaria, the Iron builds up flour for export. sweetness and flavor pleases the palate. Ask
's no other in\estinert that GERMANS SHOULD EMULATE I yourgrrrce 6r clue O g C 9O Calo
's greater return for the amount TURKS. t is1 I E E Em .. I So Itching Eczema Valdes & Rueda Bakery

..---..-------The Turkish authorities are brin-lg- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ________-
assels h ere every fifteen days in, to trial th ose respond sible, fo r the a ele u s9 urnu n ~ ~ m
ssels here every fifteen dlNever mind how often you havetried
daPt'tofaThe C'"' sure and failed, you can stopburning,itching -
't from Spain will soon be fol- \,mrnnian tutrociti.s and m ,. reuons *to call phone 51 eczema quickly by applying f c.mo fur.a lI iowl **-
'd by other big liners. Then anl finding 1he.m guilty ar ininis- when their paper fails to t'- large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the S
airplanes coming in from every t,,rinti fit punishment. Kenal l. rive by 7:45 p. m. A special r I moment Zemo is applied. In a short TO'l YOU PA MIRO
messenger has been ongagd time usually every trace of eczema, (OO1) SHOE REPAIRING Welcome Meat Market
tio carrying mil and ssen- i nit h messenger has been n better, pimples, rash, blackheads and MEANS ECONOMY, COM- Meat Market
Sisn the not fa r alitant future, a ii:,.' Trg. ini thce pulic s ua It., to carry out these papers, iind vl similar skin diseases will be removed. FOR, QUALITY, WORK g U Frsh Florida Meat Daily
a a uur, 1,'d ill 0C public squi"' N by your co-operation the ci,' ,i For clearing time skin and makitig it 'Q FfR'r, QUALITY, WORK ] MI Fhe Orde Men' PDompt
. the thornuhfare finished to the :,bou recently, as rsp Nsibe culatio department will e0 vigorously health a u gWITHyQASLIT CMATERIAL 8 Phone Orders Gve Prompt
land, verily all roads will lead of tI, t terri enabled to .ive 100 per cent the penetrating, antiseptic liquid. ItOUR SHOE REPAIATY.RING Attention an Delivery
'aldt iv10pecet is notgreasyand doesnotstain. When 11LIBERTY SHOE REPAIRING 18
v \V-.t, throughI 'he air, on +, o" Turkish brutality. service to subscribers. t otherss fail it is the one dependable | 718 Duval St. Hugo Diamaudi 1020 Fleming St. Phone 657 3
Id water. ii Ii treatment for skintroubles ot all kind". a d I
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'wo THE KEY WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, APRIL 32, rin

K YWEV STf T1EL THE MOST FAVORABLE LOAN. Justice is undoubtedly dictated by a n-o ..**. .. --
W1 1 healthy fear of Allied opinion. But LEMON JUICE P O
ed Eery AftThe conditions announced for the whatever may dictate it, it is what P R 0D 0 F
ed EveryA50Afte r eet. Victory Loan are more attractive, should e done, and it is what the 0F FRUiE O U R S O L D IE R B O Y S9
et, Fla. especially to the small purchaser, world would like to see (ermany FRE(LES
Than those of any previous lonto, doing. I How proud we all are of our boyk who smashed the Hindenburg
JITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. 9They are so very favorable, indeed, On the contrary, Germany con- Girlsl Make beauty lotiongOr line. They helped to bring victory much sooner than it otherwise
Incorporated 1907. that in spite of the partial business ducts trials which are such farces as a few cents-Try itl would have cme.
P. ARTMAN, Managing Editor depression existing, and in spite of to merit the suspicion and disgust "*---u exercise sm to good advantage by sbscribig
teed a scn7d-clas matter Oc- the lack of war-time appeal, it of the whole world. They vindicate Squeeze tl juice of twol lemons
red a econd-caa matter Oc- into a bottle containing three ounces
*ber 24, 1906, at the post-office seems a foregone conclusion that everybody, from the Kaiser, recently of orchard w white, shake well, and" ____.
at Key West, Florida, under the there will be an avalanche of sub- leelaredi guiltles.t by their tribunal, you have a quarter pint of the best
Act of Congress of March 2, scijptions as soon as the bocks are to those responsible for the murder freckle and tan lotion, and corn- I
*,. opened. of (captain Fryatt, an English soea plexion beautifier, at very, very
slivered by carrier, or by mail, 16 The interest rate itself, 4% per captain foully put to death by Ger- small ost.ocer has the lemo and
"uts per week. cent, is remarkably liberal consider- m.in orders, any drug store or toilet counter will _____ ___________.... ___ _"_ ',.
advertising Rates: 20 cents perig the absolute nature of the secur- The failure of Gemany to convict supply three ounces of orchard white
inch. a ity. If it carries no special appeal and punish her guilty only makes it for a few cents. Massage this sweet-
to the rich man, because of its being more plain that the Allies will have ly fragrant lusaon into the face, neck, JERGUSON IRON WK S
Member of The Associated Pres subject to taxation, it apals to do the punishing arms and hands each day and see .
M Associated Press is exclusively ubjet to taxation it appeals to do the punihinghow freckles and blemishes disappear BLACKSMITHS, BOILER-MAKERS
entitled to use for republication the more strongly to the man of A little of the wholesome respect and how clear, soft and rosy-white AND MACHINISTS
3 all news dispatches credited to modest, income whose 4% per cent is displayed by the Turks for the he skin becomes. Yes! It is hamt--
t or not otherwise credited in this all gain. That is more than the big expressed opinions and indignation of less and never irritates. Particular -Attention Given To Marine Work
,aper and also the local news pub- majority of Americans are able to decent men would do much to win ---Oxygen and Acetylene Welding
__hea herein. -- get from their savings bank deposits, favor for (G'crany in the eyes of her 0OTICE OF SALE OF
SUBSCRIPTION RATES It is more thaiti the interest ton War enemies. C O ANCT E Corner Caroline and Margaret Sts. Phone 698W.
DISTRICT BONDS
One Year ------------------$7.00 Savings Stamps. --- ------ --
Bix Months ----------------3.65 The short period these bonds have THE PIG IN THE CITY. The Board of County Commissioners ,
e Months -------of to run also commends them to mil. committee horrified citizens of Monroe County, Florida, will re Thr ugh Pullm an Ser ice
ThreenMonths-------------- .95 t AilsonioiLtn i te to iiiil c'iviibid of horrified citizens ceive bids for the purchase of Sixty-
Weekly AL-------------N ADVANE the-------- .1 lions of people The ac in a of gettiars recently reported to the authorities five Thousand Dollars ($65,000) of
YABLE IN ADVANCE hir es investment seebak four ylikes at Washington, ). (., that they hadl special Road and Bridge District KEY WEST AND NEW YORK CITY DAILY
niakes t iivestnent seem more like iscv.ri pig sty flourishing ith.Number One (Cape Sable) Road VIA FEC ACI RF.&P W P N
von the missionaries are fighting an ordinary loan tha a 20 or 0 discovcrri pi sty florishing with- Bonds, bonds to be in the denomina- A .C., A .. F. & P., W S &. & N
n the mandsionar thar ereforet ar ein ae i block of one of the public tion of OilN Hundred Dollars ($100) Effective January 21st,o 1919 through service was j*.
i orei, ear bor nd, alnd therefore they are schools. Horrible! each, and to bear interest at the rate gurated between Key West and New York City, via The Hevariai
Smore ready to part with tiiia i- v. Ii 111 d of five per cent per annum, interest Special train 86. ', -
The German delegates will get to 'he terms of payment, as has ut go to lco that, no ;, coupons payable semi-annually, the Leave Key West 1:8.O p. m. Arrive New Yo' v, z':1i p. a.'
i Big B again been aey remarked by everyone can tell what he will find unless he principal of bonds payable thirty (F
so Big B --interested in the matter, are more looks, and it is fresh evidence of tile 'years frcm the date of the bonds. For Pullman raaervations-or Yu-''
ing about peace, it will not centerested i tha e n er are more need of clean-up campaigns, suc- The bond issue ha- been authorized SEE THE TICKET
ing about peace, i w en eu than ever before, giving by election and validated by Decree of
trade-mark "Made in Ger- the purchaser .early eight months if ceeded by follow-up campaigns, and Crcuit Court. No other bonds out, I .
he follows the II. S. Treasury in- the desirability of better and wider standing against said Special Road ,
city costsmotl- el or te months ifbhe education in cleanliness and public 'and Bridge District Number One. SCHEDULE NO. 71
city costs money in the col- stallment pl]an r ten months if health Any and all bids will be rejected if SEASON 1919
)f The Citizen. This is no has the benefit of a local banker 's No city is any cleaner' than its the County Commissioners deem it
plan. disasefor the best interest of the said Spe- HAVANA, PORT TAMPA, KEY
nee. dirtiest corner, for there the disease ial Rbad and Bridge District Ad-OCCIENTAL S
A d to i ll these favorable co :ill breed which nmay destroy life in dress all communications to D. Z.P MNSULAR & OCCIDENTAL
e government realizes the pocr editions is the relatively small amounthe fairest quarter f town. Filer, Clerk, Key West, Florida. All
e press when it comes to put- of the issue, only $4,500,000,000. It may a pi ty in Wa bids must be submitted not later tha United States Fast Mal outes o
Sbig loan drives over. he public expected an issue of no'on. In N York it y be a cellar 7:30p..,April 3rd, 1919. KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST INL
less than $it00,000,00U,000, the amount toa. In New York it ay be acellar The County Commissioners require! KEY WEST, CUBA AND THE WEST IN
less r t rth bet full of f ul rags. Iln Burgville it all bidders for said bonds to accom- Via Port Tamps and Key Wet, Fla.
to be the second capi- asked for in the Fourth Liberty .ny their bid with certified check Propod sailings in effect on dates shows. Subject to c
v. One was sufficient Lonn. And tese bond take on a y e old burn, or that ple for theu of five per cent of the lation or individual postponement without not
ruled supreme. dlitional value from the fa. that rubikh t k n as the "town u d "amount the bid, payable to the Ke, West-Havana Lin
to. es t hlIhe thing i to find it, to clean it up, Board of County Commissioners, of in
Sto send envoys ovasub t b then t1 keep it clean. Monroe County, Florida. The said Effective, April 3, 1919
Sendwith full'M4 Ipteli. Ir l cleanliness is better checkk will be returned in case the bid T.v. Key Woest-Sun., Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.............10:00
oence "with full ....... C .... ......t be r is rejected. If accepted the amount Ar. Havana-Mobt., Tueus., Wed., Fri., Sat.. ...... 6:30 D
the powr Gr- TAKING MEN'S PLACES o o really will he applied on the account of the Lv. Havaea-Mon., es., Wed.Fri., Sat ...........S.4..10:0 A.
TAKING MENS PLACES. ffic t y week i tie ar ment f t amoun of ad bonds Ar. Ky Wet-MoTues., Wed., Fri., Sat......... !.. 4:80 M.
should l clean-up wek. Ins d D. Z. FILER, S. S. "Mascotte'l leaves Key West Sundays and F'ridays
: ium, with all h,, merits, ls CTerk of Board of County Commission- S. S. "Miami" leaves Key West. Mon., Tues and Thur.
st Florida ,,)t hel so fre ),I progressive in of a wil cr' bl to 1t rs Monroe County, Florida. PORT TAMPA-KEY WEST-HAVANA LINE
'tory Loan. political matters its, some countries should '- r have been accumuliatel, Key West, Fla., March 1st, 1910. Effective from Port Tampa, April 3, 1919
tinmar, amlwi a less iieroi' record. Things it lsould ii,,vai such a wholesome, m4-Tue- Effective from Port Tampa, April 3, 119
Switch a less hero record. Things it hunly, ly keeping of bodies m4Tuesw Lv. Port Tampa-Sundays, Thursdays ........................9:30 P. M.
iree miovinig, hovver, -leanlyrdrly keeping of bodies ----- Ar. Key West-Mondays, Fridays.......................... 3:30 P. M.
Te lgia oveneninot ses aind yards as will bring LET TE CHILDREN GROW Lv. Key West--Mondays, Fridays......................... 1000 P. M.
he Belgian government is not ytl ni ----- Ar Hnvnnn Tulldny, ratuurdauyB .................... .... :U A. .
us th'. ready ,to give the allot to all itsi Ltlealthali.t ac.cumulations at any oneshs, colds. "snuffles." that hang' Lv. Havana-Fridays, Mondays.................................. 10:30 A. M.
lihe matter of ded, it has ly st time. on tend to weaken the system and a Ar. Key West-Fridays, Mondays.............................. 8:30 P. M.
enudory f e d, it has only just t suffering, neglected child spends so Lv Key West-Fridays, Mondays ........................... 8:00 P. M.
memory of universal suffrage to ales -- uch strength combating a cold that Ar. Port Tampa-Saturdays, Tuesdays........................ 1:00 P. M.
over 21. We need not\criticise the Catarrhal fne8 the little one cannot grow as fast and S. S. "Mascotte" leaves Port Tampa Thursdays
ty well fixed lay in giving Belgian women equal Cannot Be Cured soundin hody as when free from af- S. "Miami" leaves Port Tampa, Sundays
tywflict ion, y' Hoe a T i S.S. Miami leaves Port Tampa, Sundays _____aT i
with a new rights lest the rebuke fall likewise by local applications, as they cannot. spl>rdhid for coughs, croup, whooping Above hours are based on Eastern Standard time.
law to ke on our own government. Suffice it reach tie diseased portion of the ear. cough. Key West Drug Co.-Aprl-lI Information regarding freight and passenger rates to all points
luw to make o T S 'here is only one way to cure catarr- ----- in the United States, Cuba orlthe West Indies, cheerfully fu nishad
>1. to say that, the partial woman stf- hal deafness, and that is by a consti- In Court of County Judge, Monroe upon application.
frage law now enacted possesses a tutional remedy, Catarrhal deafness County, State of Florida. I J. SAUNDERS, T. K. BENSEL,
Jdy pleases you, rare degree of interest because it is i caused by an Inflamed condition Peter T. Knight. Vice President and Gn ral MaRn. r A. G. F. P. A.
of the mucous lining of the Eustach- Notice is hereby given, to all whom JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
cybody, you might so rare a recognition of human ,ijus- ian T'ube. When this tube is inflam- it may concern, that on the 2nd day L. E. ARWOOD, Agent.
advice of Dr. Osler, tice. edr you have a rumbling sound or im- of June A. D. 1919, I shall apply This abrogates previous notice. April 3, 919.
yourself. We hsuve become accustotmel dlur- ^perfect hearing, and when it is onc to the Honorable Hugh Gunn, Judge
yungV t e wt omose akigsto en urtirely closed, deafness is the resulL. of said Court, as Judge of Probate, 1 ,
...------ ing the war to women taking men's Unless the inflammation can be re- for my final discharge as adminis- .... ---
s pat on her claims for pIlaces. In all nations it is customer duced, and this tube restored to its trator of the estate of Peter T., Frotssor Lus O zalez Studio
andl Dalmatian coast. The to speak of the woman of the fam- normal condition, hearing will be de- Knight, deceased; and that at the
k sas "When e think y i t t m p w i troycd forever. Many cases of deaf- same time I will present my final Puede Usted hablar correctamente la lengua espanola? Can you speak
k says When ye thnk ye ily taking the man's place when he ess are used by catarrh, which is counts as administrator for said correctly the Spanish language? Sabe Usted en cuantas parties s habla
ake heed, lest ye fall. is killed in battle. But the expres- an inflamed condition of the mucous estate, and ask for their approval, la lengua espanola? Do you know in how many parts the Spanjah
sion is usually intended only in an surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Dated Key West, Fla., Dec. 24th, language is spoken?
interest the bankers' lobby at acts thru the blood on the mucous sur- A. D. 1918. Here is a list:
aassee is taking its the defeat of nihe brec -wishes. er fat eof thW e s tl v hundred dollars 24Tue.V Y A di NStror, Argentina, Bolivia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Mex-
educed interest bill shows who's for any cse of Catarrhal Deafness -- ---- lo, ic Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras, Santo Domingo, San Salvador, Vene.
fat on the present rate her political status remains unalter- that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca- A Word of Caution. zuela, Uruguay,, Paraguay, Las Isla Filipinas, Guatemala y Espaa.
fa o t ed. tarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All When a child has whooping cough In all these places you must. speak the Spanish language if you wish
n's word is a feeble thing Belgium has changed this. The Druggists, 75c. ,. ever give any preparation contain- to succeed n business. Prof. Luis onzalez will teach you to speak, read
lhe makes it worth its weight woman now takes the man's place prA 1 Isg opium or codeine to allay the and write it correctly.
*old, and these it is a glorious politically. She takes up the citizen- -- cough, as when you do there is much STUDIO 41 WHITEHEAD ST., PHONE 307
'stion of the strength of noble ship rights that belonged to him. The p \V er tt atmnada tattle b eeers ose danger of it resulting in poeu- ,
e. solfher's wiclow is Rven tmhe ballt lUnited States quarantine restrictionsedy c be depesled upon. Ion H O N E ST B R E A D
__________ If the osan was unmarried, his have lowered their revenue. tain no opiu,', ,'' other narcoti'. .. S






TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 191O


Try Chesterfields-today.







SMild? Sure!-and et


THB KEY WEST CITIZEN


Constipated Children Gladly Take

"California Syrup of Figs"
For the Liver and Bowels
Tell your druggist you want genuine
"California Syrup of Figs." Full directions
and dose for babies and children of all ages
who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue-
coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on
the bottle. Look for the name "California"
and accept no other 'Flg Syrup."


LONDON IiJLAN-
FOWODUCATION OF
BOYS AND GIRLS
LONDON, April 22.-The London
County Council has arranged a
scheme of education for unemployed
boys and girls under the age of eigh-
teen, which includes lectures, lessons


in engineering, drawing, physical
drill and dancing. Youths and girls
who register for employment will get
no "out of war" bay if they do not
join the classes, which are being held
five hours daily on five weekdays.
I Federal Trade Commission was
called upon to make public cost of
production figures it has gathered
during the war,


* SAN CARLOS THEATRE U
i.nnuum....nI
Clean, bright, full of fun, with
pretty music and' songs, "Lonesome
Island" was offered last night by
Claire Walker's Musical Company in
the opening of their engagement. Two
packed houses greeted the company
on its initial performance and the


AT ONCE! STOP
STOMACH TROUBLE!

Indigestion Pain, Food Sour-
ing, Acidity, Gas and
Heartburn go Instantly.
Pleasant Relief.


verdict given is the most favorable Wonder what you ate to upset
that could be expected. your stomach?
The play is a good, clean laugh- Don't bother! Here's relief!
able comedy that keeps the audience
laughing from the start, the work of One hour after a Laxcarin tablet
Scott Morse and Low Palmore is your unsettled stomach all the lumps
very good and the latter is also a fine of indigestion pain, sourness, gases,
juggler performing some difficult acidity, headache and dyspepsia.
stunts that were enthusiastically ap- Costs so little-and it Is worth mil-
plauded. Paul Ryan doing straights lion, to the sufferer it orks like a
acquitted himself in fine form. cloto thck uff
Miss Walker, the prima donna, is aclock
handsome woman, with a fine voice, ---
she was greatly applauded and ad. It is best to order enough
mired. Miss Gilchriat, comedienne, for a full treatment in cases
from the time she made her appear- of long standing, six boxes
ance captured the crowds with her cost only five dollars-
winning ways, she is delightful, a cost a m iv e d ae s -
good singer and fine comedienne added worth a million times more.
to her cuteness makes her a great One box costs just one dol-
favorite. The chorus is a good, hard lar and will be sent upon re-
working one, pretty girls, good ceipt of cash or money or-
dancers and singers with a fine ward- 1 or one or
robe. Tonight the same bill will be der by the Laxcarin Prod-
offered and no doubt packed houses ucts Co., Dept. E-213, Pitts-
will be the order. burgh, Pa. You may uf-
The film tonight is Winm. Desmond burgh, You may suf-
in "The Prodigal Liar." In this fer from substitutes, there-
photoplay a beautiful New ringinsid for do not take anything
girl thiliks the west is overrun with else. Not sold in drug stores,
handsome horsethieves and bandits_-
and she hankers for "Romance and Henry P. Fletcher, American Am.
Adventure." William Desmond, in bassador to Mexico, representing the
t the role of "Monte" plays the part of State Department, entertained mem.
a cut-throat to furnish atmosphere. bers of the Chilean Coinercial Mis-
He succeeds but has to tell some sion at luncheon.
awful lies to get with it. He lied
s himself into a mess and she laid him The government will take out $2,-
out with a rock. With plenty drama- 500,001 insurance against damage
I tic situations and some real comedy from hail on the wheat crop sown in
this film is a real winner. Kansas and Oklahoma.


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spot." They let you know you're smoking. They
satisfy.
Yet, they are mildly
That's some combination for a cigarette to "put
acroas."
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It's the blend, a new blend of pure Turkish and
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919


IYS, NAVYWAGESRBIG EACHKEYWEST MONROE Sale

LS T BATTLE OF BONDS CHILD SHOULD Wednesday Big Redion Sale

INESVILLE IN VICTORY LOAN SELECT A TREE

1 in One Will Not Be Content With And Set It Out First Day of Corner William and Southard Streets
A Place Anything But Great May in Memory of Our MERCHANDISE AMOUNTING TO $15,000 TO
fr.-1' Smashing Victory Fallen Heroes. BE SOLD AT PRICES TH A T N O N E C A N
atmna-itCOMPETE WITL.
nomoe county .1May first will be Arbor Day in COMPETE WIT h.
o twho went, to Rear Admiral Thos. J. C'owie, Nvy Key West. t vhut p o
pate in the or- Victory Loan Office, says: The value of trees for our streets Absolutely everybody should enlistthesupportofall
eetevnts "What is a record good for any- an. gardens has been persistently I alert shoppers, because it i9 the most overwhelm-
7oufht, home the way? Maybe several things. lBl. I talked to the children in the Public ing value-iving event Veegiven in Key West.
Nest boya bring with know of only supreme thing. It s.ts Schools and in the Convent and If VOu begieVi tn saving money, make errangCments
third prize in decilama. a mark, A mark lot only to hie I Catholic schools and the San CarlosIfyubleensaigm emkeragmnt
ipionship In Juimping equalled again hut to he excelled. school to white anhi colored children to be at this best value-giving sale.
lace in polo vault. That has been the way of the navy alike, during the past few weeks and -------
hik, Floyd Johnson and in the previous four campaigns, It o *1May I there will be a half holi- O t For et h Place
y are the boys who will be the way of the navy In the day, when nal who wish, will be ask- D or*e*
i. They returned to the Victory Fifth. That is, if you do ed to plant a tree either in front
pa on the Mascott last your part. And you will. To better of tlleir homes, or as near to it as A Lo v
pleased over the result even a glorious record is a hohit with possible. In this way each child can l i l n d o t. P
the navy. C'all the fiv.iur.,' *) mi .. water andl protect the tree he hias k Corner of William and Southard Sts. Phone 652
of th^ pole vault the First Loan, three lio, li,,.; planted and that tree will be a
and fo nches, ile the Second Loan, eleven millions; the monument to the dead soldiers and t el,
urndThrd Loan, eighteen millions; and sailors who have given their lives i! n i. Document of Proph -...- . .
." .-- -fe e t 7 in c h e s he s .'tile I n u rt h oe t o rt y t h e g a t w a r A n A n im a te d p o c u m e n t o f P ru p h t y"
f olhos. the Flitingi fourth anore than forty- e great war. A A
t the winner, eight millions! A glorious achieve- Each child will be asked to either' A Y C O C K S & G A R IN G
On.ofn the f, nment you say? Then make the Vie- provide his own tree or to donate tel. 7HE i& l]IA
sixg o ';I1p lwt thi' tory Fifth even more glorious Let cents for a tree, which will be pro- Highest Cash Prices Paid for Second Hand
i therehe the same overwhelming re- vidled by theCham ber of Comnierec a
tpowh e e b that e same 'aoethe lmig re- and delivered at the school on or b e- KaS Furniture and Household Goods
Spiono s in the battle of fore the morning of May 1.
nn ls l i tt o ecoun t of the dryness of the -- Goods Sold On W weekly Payments
-thle lovsraing shupbod wells h 1, btl seasonal close proximity to the resi- An eight-part forecast of the thing G
o t h the dece of the young planter is desir- for which the entire world has been 328 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 583
i 11V 1 nv swlie in the ightin ourth cm- able and the trees giving preference i
invilI, ,dclol l. swrtl..e; F ",.. Forth for but one variety. Some years ago fighting _--_""_"_________ ___ __'
,, paign l the' wtole nation" street i11 t ZGalvstonl, Texas, fully I l
t" >. justified the praise of Secre- four miles in length was planted en-Your boy went to Frnce to hasten
IAol( 1afIIluu.TIU1. TI a1. 1 1 h lt l in o'leandr t tu "THE KAISEUS FINISH" K S JClS
Sl li entire nation over the top just at the strets in the whole world. Key No one knows better than Wilhelm' '
Stin , lalmelting that the sum asked for wa a e tls butiful a when ourt II,. that there could be but one end, E aster Sale ICE CREAM PARL R
eCS iu1s I*l p ints too large; that the goal could not be Lourists come here and behold such "THE KAISER'S FINISH" _
renihed. The men of the sea. lending beauty, they will be loathe to leave DIES' WHITE SHOES Our constant effort is
'uok, rin iotheir dollars while offering their S.One of the greatest of wardramas .DES'WHITE SHOES e toward securing
toa, 2,; li k ves, were aipilbleinsirton thatinaide- Our city council has had an ordi- picturing the day when he finds his Oxford Slippers, high and low
2. I failure im ssible. Moretha mil up for the protection place in the sun, Is the subject of heels, $5.00 values at ............ $4.00 flavors that shall pos"es,
arrow, ensaola, lion a (layws the navy's pace. Know-andare of our tres. A city gardePumps, French helps, values that subtle omethi
S Ids. was t w nto y' o anda ref e A t ga "SR'FiNH $4.7 at ......................$4.00 for wa t f t
p--Baker, Jackson ig this I went to Secretary McAdoo ner is to be engaged to look after .. Oxfords, Buckikln, valveO $6.00
rholtzer, Leesburg, and told him that through me the them and any person injuring or de- m at .... .. .. ... $4.00 term W C A
', Leoesurg, 3rl.; navy challenged tile nation to ntt'h stroying them will be subject to Ta Pumps, low heels, value $4.00 Cream maybe perfect-.
er.e. 4th, 5 feet ; its oreord. The secretary was a fine Of twenty.'five dollars or inll- at ............................. .... ... $3.26-
fighter. He promptly acepted the prisonment in the city jail for sixty Canvas, high shoes, laced, valuehethfu anai f n
n-Stevens, Jackson- challenge for the country. He had al- I ays. This ordinance has passed its $4.00 at ........ ..........$3.00 healthful and still not
Jacksonville, 2nd.; ready subscribed heavily. But hefirst reading. Pumps, rubber ol, value. possess that peculiar dis.
asee, 3rd.; Wilson, straioiht away took out ani additional We are beginning in the right $2.25 at ...... .... .. .....$1.78 tinction that sets it in a
2 minutes 19 2-5 $100 bond. And the successful ,wy. The children who thus help Says She Feels Made Over Pumps, military heels, value class by itself for Quality
'nmtch the n)avy' fight was on, aund plant trees are boosters for ai $2. T n Tanla 00 at .............. ................... 8 $ 8
sh-Snyder, Daytona, "Match the navy! That was the more beautiful Key West adl our, Since Taking Tanlac- Pumps, military heels, value in at Lu nan
rlando, 2nd,; Mael, challenge to the country in the Fight- citizens will doubtless aid them in Gains Nine Pounds. 1.95s t ............--....... $1.501 Stop in at Lucignani's
rd.; Hudson. Mi'ui, i ing Fourth. And now? It is the every way possible. MISSES' SHOES. '"l "''"'" ir' ,,?"'wi
Is flat. n navy's challenge to itself--unle.ss the j .Mrs. F. O. Forester, a trained Canvas, high sho ., lace and 1 . ..... .
Jump (oIn. navy hbit of smashing records is to FOUR BRIGHT LITTLE nurse reiding at the Grand Central button at .......................... $2.00.
t.; Miller, l.'...,ur. by the board. which ibh, 'of ('oS, n r T n hotel, Denver, Colo., is but one of' Cnva Pumpas, hit enamel .t C OR n
... .;i, Wh:kb,. out of the question. 'lThat isn't the ONES CHRISTENED ON this high profession who have testi-, sole, value $2.25 at ......... 7 $1.7 O-ey l d
fu"t 11 '.I y way. 't st ontentm EASTER SUNDAY MORN ed to the nietts o Tanla. Mrs.Chidren's Whlte Canvas Fruit
Iurd.' S- ,. "So, navy, don't rest content wnith SUNAY forrestr recently said: P Pumps, value $2.00 at ......$1.50 Frl t Stand
or. ,T:k-i l,, equalling your re.orl. Even match ,iste. f"I had been in miserable health lnft Cnv Shoe- and b
3-rd.; Whito, M the recoil is not enough, Bent it. P he christeningi, of four bright in-, pumps at $1.25
condi (n And that is exactly what 1 predict fins, two son11 and two daughter., seven years, suffering from indiges-. Infant Buckkin Pump, value 620 FLEMING STREET
will hiuppen, I m confident because a it the lelner Si.rvice in the First tion Everything I ate would sour. $2.50 at ................. $1.95 We keep at our store the best of
'1, ,...sovi!,, I know the spirit c dll the calibre of Methodist i.c',urch Sunday morning and even cold water would cause me, Children'1 Buckskin P u m p s, soft drinks and imported fruits.
irn'., ,i'l I in tvI cei:, 1 forme. tl 1 6lt ie nd I i inpir:in 'u much distress. 'Th plinns my chl t ,t value $275 at........................ 2.5 Visit our place and you will be an.
Miller, Leeshuri, ""n'ce uaidI about my heart were almost un-o ............ ... other satisfpld customer.
I ho little ,inu'llhter of Mri:.. Salli.' bearable at times and I suffered ter-: Phone 128 706 Duval St. __
Co, C,;o,.-.I CCHURCH NOTES MUST ShlP1Plar i wl- christen-dl under the ribly from neuralgia. I would have -. .... SPECIAL
.. Miai. 2,i n o 1o of L"'raine I)orothy, with Mrs. 'itig spell s daily an f three B M Latest Beverape-"HONEY BOY"--
vile, ,rdl3 i Brown, I, IN BY 4 0 CLOCKS.L ,l l DNegro as Iodmotlher. months couldn't retain a thing on mY'y "My, l How REFRESHING."
ih;Q '12-5seconds. I FR AY FTRO ., .IfaIllt anuj:htcr- of Mr. an,l stomach but oatmeal. Often at night I PAINTING AND
-b e-rO hit'or,. IA-- T-' e .u,. nt. A h,; n. it. i., C hi-tenc,' U oI wld wake upt feeling like I was PA P HANGING M. ALVAREZ, Prop.
trp v West, 20.l, oi l vith I ,oui s othering to death and would have eI ) Eody is painting or talk-. A
esbrooi, ltrd.; Stanlv, A ll11 oti,'es inf, i for ,h ih ,. AIAlhurc a i'iio.nlotlhi. to get ulp out of bed and stand on my Evag about painting these (lays...
4thi'ook, I. ; fee t n('h ili,,.t,,, ; ,) ,. 1 I,, 'Ii t i- 'le -iii ,f 1-li'. and Mrs. NoiNormanl feot awehilt to get my breiith.W i t painters they e tlk C
4thw Hufeetll-LSnyder, i'vv':y gltu(llll in Iu i i~) o1,.. (:co( lt. olf the Floridi Houtie, l "One of omy friends who knew of sibWef r eth s thelpyou -ig
L o wv M a rry -Ill ,. k so-- i lyd lei," ii ', :Ii',I, ,:,. ili. I as ,.h rig' ,,,i ,,I Nd iorm an iL ee. Jr, i '. I 1 aw ful onl ition I l ho hail ee Ing about t. L et u s hebp you fig o S o CA
-;J c '.n k.son 1 1ville, ,.l i, I n ,, in ,!i i, a. 'u eI h i, ,dInlo)ther, and Re beiefit.d by-Ti nlac advised me to be ure out what really ought to
.h'' 2-5 l' "lits, the 1,ing of the 'oxtirah. Iodthr tr it. I did so and my relief has be taken care of about your
,t- 29St'c5., ,e k volume lof busit-..' oin S.Iturdal.'. 'Il iiif-'int ito i ,f Mr. Ind Mrs. b een remarkable. Really I feel like place andl how to (do it most ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ci y, l'ensae'o.i, ,ild.; ,, ,af r :,h :,I ohina i 'u 'Torrs v." s christe-m d Harry l have heen nade over again. I have eco N o ical .
3e-, ,3rd 'r .:-, i- ntl'. I ,Io ) tl Iri," lftV0- .1 1 itbey it in 1 h i' h-hi't t1( L1'i'r:Ili'lea le lypained nine pounds in weight P ines nO IerH n e REYNOLDS BUILDING
n ie ti rd 1 Di i otp > i~ iik n v v s rd o 1 i i i 1217 P etron ta S street. [ . .. . ... u1 11 11 R E OBID I
Mile -..l..)rhti i, 1 ,.; wi e t r o The ( iiti 1en i 1e a lv A. Hi C 1,o a s long as it does mc as iliuch good 1217 Petron[a re t -
n,, .: j imi .. ;, i ..t.. 1 t is the dle6re of The it i/ .ll 'l h "llitl r', ; ^, ",,Ruv,, ,,oL, v e e. N S
1 ii,. int z5 iion. ohi, l (el'tnlilt lul I ak iL th o rff'iti esg i aiti 1 tol, and the'Is inh I iw Isohl y leading l rue ng ists i [ = t i= U U H O N VKS
i,1l ille 1 1.'- l st, iCf t. il fLl anul inte'ied ting lk s 1,I).--siIn. r entnd toj ,,,a, I,'itil ,eSS dn by a ltar'e
C!n, st -1. ,y :, 1st Iiannot h,, LLoi.'. without the co- uic' it h ad 'a.healt fos h everywhere, .-.I
-- yiettl. ] ht.-di the il ,t,,.e- in t ho I ,t' \ bou-- GET-TOGETHER ATBRO GHY T OTJ 1 a 11U Shop
TiD CLUB'S T O !i si Ii i .' LAMARINE WAFERS THE PAN-AMERICAN STORE TO THIS CITY .
SDAY DANCE T' to 1 uiii r, ftou s u e ilt iv TOMIORROWV NIGHT It ot ge'rally 'mown that coi-
BE GRAND AFFAIR n, n.asolute nc es ity. Those in EAT LIKE CANDY. ,spondeue, e been gotng on for Planes tuned and seaire


chItcar ol priparin' the Lhurch ino- The ideal medicine for delleatd A get-together meeting of all the more than a year between the cha
ties will please be governedd itc-,)r- systems. They relieve headache, students in Y. M. C. A. classes taught her of commerce and the F. W. Wo
dance t be given May I by ingly. ;12'-' lillousness and constipation with- ,.. on the island will be held worth Company in relation to t
ey \ tst Athletic Club and t. out diomfort, Mfg. y Laatlantt the Pan-American College of Corn- latter locating in this city. This cu
ll will brilliant o t i CHIwG CHONG GIRLS Laboratori Atlanta a. tomorrow evening This will respondence began on February
a'A E COMING FRIlAll W. C. T, U. CAMPAIGN Vitl, .,ity a social entertaillinmenit. 1918, and ended on March 20,1019
roce'I ..., iali,-. b1y the Afhlleti' R( ,r;:.-iLenis will be served. This is only one of many big
wil! 1 us ,- f,, improving th, SUSPENDS IN TIME OF This invitation is extended to all terprises that the Key West chami
Lrty, while 1 ',* s ecurtd in this Ma y \\.% dia,i' l t i r 'o aliv, e i onpointrend on .o1e r,'cdIo of s n is wo kIng to bring
-by the I' ) of Af will ihe to th 'l,' ls i gi n i tlen t"i V ICTORY LOAN DRIVE liits nt any tine since 1 our city. More will follow, says S
in furthu.r .'pming and iml- were inforili,,' that ill Clhiii'. ( .. -- til. d:uctio'.al chlw,ies be,:'!.n, retry Chase.
ving the bni ,,i'. li:'h was rveIiitly Girls ha,! nolt m riiv'!. hThe i iiun's Christiall 'T'Impel) an11 ce Students to the number of (100f
ted by tho Iani&.ation. This populuir .u0 .:ion (> ,nmdIv 1 nio\ 1 h'.n iee i:- suspended durinii1 thel Iripr.osepiti n;', forty-two states of the i CAN I B1'
plans are ben.- idle to makr this Cormrp ;iy. wXhn play .'. ;t hii, ol). ,o l e time th V Victrory IL.oain campaign is AtIii'ri-nn) union, have been enrollCed.
0 of the mo-t ,bo,.raie fumcLions ulair houu. .. ,.'.t bilak dIr, iin ipr .I.'i'es, a:- thi 'oiirani;iatioui de I rofcssor Simon, the noted violin- ClTRD?"T SAYS
cr' given in the i.y', and the s society larig iv,'d-. :i u,'o; l"Iri': ires to co-operate with the gover'in- ,;slt, ,as promised to be on hand andil QJ) S
't is antieipatin.ig It -o e \,.wi' l I:; I:: '" l. I IP r iforni ,t'.in, hul- mcnt in its endeavors, to furni-,h music for the occasion. 1 I
eager interest. lI 'cs,, 'visi t ii th Au lit niliht. 'Tho workers of the hcal chIp- Thi will be the most interesting fe- THE SUFFERE
.ER ..... ..L L D, ,I ,'I I uThk lu"l"l i. bu tr. liowvvver, who have envelopes y t' t.i re of the entertainment.
HERSELL DEMER'iTT ,o.l,, tIll undol i ered are I- uesttd to h.l -- oW oftea have you heard that s
""i *' *tr \ i *, tel t,, ile t tbut ,T IIo Ept crrt from the victims of disease. Pl
GOES ON BIYi1G Rif e v ,il .,, I i,,n" .... .Il' 1 l M tl the n. sotbuntions, o s ., TH RFTY HUNS SAVED a the disorder has one too far
I I "01' their ,, o .n. l i l l l e o lt" roy the'! -Y 1??r11 T help, but oftener it In just Itn Its
--'-u--i- 1)eil ,nit left. pV C. T. 1.' 1 drive during: the \ic'to'\ Y ,, D..N'L s. i tages and the pains and achos are or
Hersell Demeritt left l lilht fo' ,,a n Aturo'a rst cicsa for help. Do
Tanhpa len route to seve.I pko, 1) ID) 1t A"1) UA 'A I. -despair. Find out t*he .,unis and gi
north, er e will in. SL 'I'l .,1 LA k;I tli .>A. V i-imi .. 1t ..t i .. nature all the help ya can and a
f an o u g lin e s o f c l o th i n g, a n d f.,v I re 'a Iti ,\'i c '" h 7 1t, A L" s"i' td : 1 I')," 1 s I .l. r e p a y y e n w it h h e a l th L o o k a f t
fatuous lonhin o t-t II'I 1'r A. 1n s'iov'lt Il-h- ( t '''l. 1 f TO N. Ap'' ri the kidney. ihe ilneysi aro the m
sthe coli l ....i .. .i., for A. i t'I lil . alllIt' r i' sui i 11 I- till' l Il- I Ir follo ". .i ".. .t )0 overworked orgats of the human bo
th. Son. tt'r huing Allen'g out-Eai t , 1. F II ,.- an cd when they fal in their work
i-MI,. D ) eri tt's s l tion' . ntis I'l... :" .. .. . I ;i, to N 't( i n '... that constantly accumulates in the e:
weirIlos ti on wre .so it the hs and .sprinkled i t: ,O te m everything goes wrong. GOT
fal-tory to the tilrau.'. t i 1 '' i th, .het. ,' l : l t< ( . ,. ', I. : fp bAL H aaroem Oil Canpsu2! '
keep the careful dre s. supi, ti t : :h f l ( ,-: v e r give. almost Imm ediate relief flr 'n ]d
. .keep tle ca, "eful il'c i' ..se. .. i. .t i ..... .. . ... .i... lt. ,-r.,-' i ; Illo. | ney and bladder troubles and their h
w ithi clothing up-tn-the-minlite i -it.;nt reli to ni C i d un ion .n I ',.,., 1 ,.,,- ,,i p "i tIl'" t l ', -"I' 0 'St-. dred ailments. Thoy vr1il free yo
tl'e ne-:t sea't on is the nr ll on for tl i prevents Illi.tc-rs. i':ll, t and Sore i ", '. ;',, !' : ,,' iivi s s ttil 'e body from pain in heort order. Butt
l t. ''., tt. I I: r, ,. 11 suro to get GOLD MED ." ... ..,ok
sp5tci'al trip. ut.c It's ithe ,' ''111 ,.- ". lli ; p ,t The l' to;'it.'' in li er'lin t the : the namo on over-v 1o:. ;. threo sI
Mr. Demeritt stated that he \N,.!1 --cvery ol f i. r hv ..-.. ). it S :, S t ; 6. ,. e )i ,c 0 1 ,er0 1 ;1 7,7(.00, ;it) er,;- t; h .Ionlcd paon roe.. ."Uo.ay refundedsl
I ,;' ', -' i. about tw o w eeks. '' '.'\w lhie e. T ... : .,. . I of,. Il, 1 . < : ; r t.. ?t f01 C,' lv-e l m ,lvd pa t h.0 'on refunded
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728 FLEMING STREET


PANAMA HOTEL

Corner Eaton and Elizabe1t-
Streets

ON CAR LINE
Hot and cold running water.
Rooms $4.00, $6.00 and $7.00
per week. Meals served at


/ S. HADDAD, :' :


SFOR SALE-Propertyon corner
| of Division and Watson Ste,
* Will sell either one, or the 3
l three houses. Inquire of
* Aqtonio Mn-rtinez, Jr., 1010
N Division street.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1019


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN


RECOGNITION WANTS

FORIKEYYWEST i.."FM
F O K Y W T All advertising matter ap-
HI I H H L hearing in the classified
HIGH SCHOOL columns of The Citizen will
Sbe charged for at the rate of
--- one cent a word for each in-
Considered As One Among I sertion. Minimum charge
100 Leading Schools i 0 c. Ads of less thiu 25
of America. to words will be lc a word after
SAmericafirst insertion. Ads set in
black face type or capital let-
Division Street High School ha1 terms, 2c a word. [
received another recognition abruad M Terms are strictly cash. [
which would be appreciated by any U Ads may be 'phoned in and
institution. collector will call for the
The National Society of Colonial I amount next morning. t
Daughters is offering gold medals to M Business firms with ledger
the winners in an interesting contest, accounts may have want ads
the object of which is to create and charged.
inspire patriotism in students of theM
schools participating and arouse en-
thusiasm in the Victory Loan cam- []]
pain' HIGH GRADE SPECIALTY
Only one hundred of the leading SALESMEN-We manufacture an
schools in America can participate, accessory to Ford cars which inter-
and the Key West school has been tests every dealer upon five minutes'
selected us one of the hundred. demonstration; sells readily, no
The following letter explains the competition. Salesmen handling
plan and purpose: same as side line earn $200 per
National Society Colonial Daughters, month, entire time men earn $400.
Mrs. Harley Calvin G ie, Presi- Motor Products Co., Room 4, Aetna.
dent, 4 Du Pont Circle, Washing- Trust Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.
ton, D. C,, April 10, 1919. a21-2t,


IN TIME OF PEAC'I

Prepare

WHEN PRICES ARE DOW'

Buy


Why should I war'
hot weather copiet2rt
get my fan.1li#,isre
preparing nw, 0pg
ially,'when e p i of
^ i .H fans are low. NO S
m LTHE TIME TO BUY



THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC (


_.. ........ .l Superintendent of Schools,
"" "--: Key West, Florida,
PERSONAL MENTION Dear Sir:
S - In celebration of the glorious end-
Mrs. Eugene Sands, who had been ing of the great war and all that has
visiting in Tampa for several weeks, thereby been achieved for the cause
S/'" was anong the arrivals yesterday af- of freedom throughout the world, and
I ./. I" ternonr-- to help in arousing interest in the
S great Victory Loan now about to be
S.. GOardler, receiving teller I lnunrhled by our govarnmnnt, the Na
Shis sister, Miss Idaline Gardne', offering one hundred medals to be
Sho have beep visiting in JTaekson. competed for in the lead-ng schools
SI' ville and other points of interest bi throughout the country,
the state, returned home last pight. Among the institutions selected for
this purpose is your high school, and
Jas. W. Carey, county comqpissione1 I write to ake you a formal offer
for I'hde county, arrived yesterday on of one of Zr medals to be competed
BRACELETS, iINGS a visit -with relatives. Mr. Carey has for in accordance with the enclosed
/ beev 'in attendance at the eremis-.'regulations, t
AND'LA VALLIERES i"n ,"n' convention at Tallahassee 'and The purpose of this society is to
... / :will remain here a shore time before promote patriotism, not to secure ela-
i large .. arety. We. Ar" extravagant returning to Cocoanut Grove. borate specimens of English litera-
-- "- wA r a.ant-,ture. A plain straightforward state-
In oro respft and that is in thf Lady Overcomes Use !ment, in from 00 to 1200 words, of
variety a*td ualdity we carry iv t 'Lwork (lone or patriotic service ren-
M.ai. ..,Wi am y wbr. we .rry ., of Morphine dered. will lie amply sufficient. In
Stock. Wesae, wfll brows with do. ."Troubled about 10 years with what order to avoid extra work on the
lig~t awemg tkis attractive collection the doctors called gall stones, often I part of both students and teachers,
ef pretty evetrhy. It is first in ex. thought I would die before the doctor we suggest' that this account of ser-
ele -and theprces are invariably could get here, when he would give vice rendered take of one
me a hypodermic of inorphint- and I- of your regular Pyxprcises in Englisi
-W, vise an op-ration. A tnejihbor tIld me composition, The period covered
4W about Mnyr's Wonderful Icn.c' y for ,may extend over one whole year pre-
O NSON T stomach trouble, and siice taking the ceding the date of writing, and it"Is
l HANNS first. dose 2 years wo I have not desirable that the entire school should
*ftn a <4lV lOHNS lON had an attack nor necied n hypoder- take atn active part in the contest. If
THRE BAZAAR i'ic." It is a simple. harm'le:s pro- limited to it few of the best writers,
paration that removes the catarrhal the society's real purpose will not he
Smucus from the intestinal tract anil accomplished.
. C. ST IC K LAND aays the inflammation whh causes The competition will not be between
i. PractiKll all sN D al,,- ll, fitio l tnd fitn Rchgol,.h ht, nn the contenry, each
Chir prac C Physician testinal ailments, including Uppeidi- contest will be limited to the mee.-
Scitis. One dose will convince or bers of a single school, and a medal
Office Hour~s 9 to 11 0. Ia., money refunded. 'or sale by druug- will best a ovrde to the l'uTpil making
and 3 to'8 p. m. Sunday* gists everywhere. the besi showing In eh institute. .n
to 2 p. m. holding a contest,
Other Ti A m A GENTLE REMINDER It has been found highly advint-
Other Ti a By Appointme4 -. ageous in rousing interest to show
T 'ho' f-r away from you all. the nitdidl in advance. Therefore, at
420 DUV L ST., in Library Bldg. Di:1::uc. c ti'not crase the nicmo- once, on hearing that your school will
/ _, e:V that will ahl\ay? rta.v. hold a contest, I will forward the
S-*-.* /*- -- *- t r 'I. f- I ic-ks c-ach hour 11WHY meilal to your address.
\ i ^ 1 'Twill rc':11i hrI.i l I: .r>,, i:Yli.ItVnert '.1 As it is important that the so-
",d ^spent with"you all. city should know definitely, it the
Similar to a Mother Bird's feelings earliest, possible moment, whether or
S when away from her nest not this offer of a medal for your
So shall my mind actse to be content school! will be accepted, will you not
Until tI'm back again with friends give thin matter your imnetldiate at-
, in Key West. tention':
Ar. ,..EMA WAT.LLACE. terest. I remain.


R. L. KNO)


Optometrist and
~,.nf ctwring Optician
MAkn Leas duplicated o
St'fh day received


CAMPBELL BLDG
Fleming St.

JOHN C. PAIR
PLUMBER
128 l1MONTON STREET
Ph ne 697-J when in need of service
of this kind.



WOLF, BROS.
For Eats, Smokes and Pool
Wolf' 6unch counter is clean
d *anitary.
Volf'rtamokes are the best.
roal pool rooms are the beat
9ppd for lovers of this kind
wort# .
ngeitdal as aceommaedat,
%m the Wolf Bros.
/OLWP SMOKE 810P

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-- Very sincerely yours,
JUST RECEIVED--Spniclcid line MARY E. GAGE,
o'f Ladies' Silk Dresses. Prices recau- President.
enable. We invite your inspection. To se badges tire called The War-
R. KIRCHIK, 700 Duval street, for-Liberty Medals for the promotion
,a"-; t of patriotic education, as suggested
'by President Wilson. '
DR. WM. P, KEMP,' DENTIST, Among the patriotic activities con-
0 F FJ I CE UPSTAIRS, CORNER sidered of greatest value by the Na-
FLEMING AND MARGARET STS. tional Society of Colonial Daughters
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 A. M. TO tarc:
12. 1:30 TO 6 P.M. TELEPHONE are Th organization and develop.
7m ,ent of Wnr SRavinN,. ,.club At lon t


WANTED AT ONCE-Ut.furnished
t alf or house Phono 550. a22-3t


WANTED-To buy second-hand stair
or hall carpet, if in good condition.
Address W., care of The Citizen. t T
a21-ti- I L
ROY WANiTV'i. -Ii lr 17 v r oldhi
to .(or( in h.lothiig store. Fine op-.
poritunity for young man. I Marg-o- KY
lin, 21i Duval street. aS-tf .
FOR RENT-5-room house, furnish- W = 5 T
ad, screened, electric lights and
running water. Apply at 908
Packer street. Phone 390. i-l-tf
FOR RENT---Fumrnished apartment,'
four rooms, half block from car
line and one and a half blocks from 0
Athletic Club. Apply at 417 Unit-
ed street or phone 418-J. a14-tt
FOR RENT-"Rooms for light hous,-
keeping 514 Southard St. alStf
FOR RENT-F'urnlshe-d bedrooms
$3.50 and $4.00 per week. Duval
Central House. al5-tf' 109 DUVAL
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. '
Apply 731 Eaton street. a21-tf STREET
FOR RE'NT--Larg, airy'" apartment ,.
or single oom, all modern conven- r -r,--- r -
iences, including running water. %"-k=="-'=. Q -^U JFA 'N VWZ l vw %m v'i SS ISS4"WWMP


Ferguson House, 007 W d


street. Phone 97-J.


FOR RENTr--Mo.t loiiranble
with board, at 220, Simonton
PhoTne 709-W.
FOR RENT Two furnished
for light housekeeping wit
inoder convc'incis, onl cat
price reiisonable. Apply 700
street, corn.ir Angcla. a


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W D. CASH
street.
na2L-tf CORNER FRONT A NDDUVAL STREETS
rounms Dealer in Paints, Oils, International Stock Food, Grain, Hay
h all delivered free. Hlas in stock and is constantly arriving-' Buggies,
r line, about. Surreyis and Phaetons. Spring Drays, Georgia Wagons, Deli
White and Milk Wagons, etc. Saddlery, Harness, Collars, Carriage Lamps,
22-2tx Also can renew parts of Carriages when broken and parts of ham


FOR SAILE--One five-ptissenj'cr au- Agent for
tomobile, first-class running comidi- iiii D
tion. Apply to Roscoe Roberts, ESTABLISHED 188
electrical contractor, corner F'lem-
ing and William streets. allt>-t'l


HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE-,
811 Southard street. Apply at 524
Grinnell street. f6-tf
FOR SALFE- A !rood v.ag'o:i ird a
better hlor.r. (Cheap for cash. Se
Rafael l{enrique. at Liberty it-
Cremailln I':tlir. a22-3t
FOR SALE--Very reasonable-new
stone water filter. Grocery Store,
corner Margaret and Eaton streets.
a22-2tx
LOST -Crank for IHudson automo-
ble. Finder will be paid for trouble
if returned to 416 Fleming street.
J. C. Gardncer. a21-2t


Buffalo Gasoline Motor Company,
TELEPHONE 196.

MViIa. flIut ItL 'Al m IK.


.--V,> E.~"^1IV HIM'Il na ALL THE MIL.
he can drink. It is he moes pert
and complete of All foods
e m-hildren especially. But make
of the milk's quality and rity, ..
I can do it by having u a bottL.
1 of bur rich, hmn nmi: k P.4
Ii every day. To.tae f
-(flfI1 I avoid risk sadM to Ioaure *6l5 h-lefI
j(iHI and growth ef th. kiddies.
SL Front AD'AMS DAIRY
Front Street. Telephone iT&


FAiL rg _______ c . A least; --...- --
[ i one such club should be formed in LOST--No. 3 Brownie timien-a on Wnll i ire waV r-
Sam XKne jw has two Red, White each school; more in the larger Gulf Refitining Co. dock. Finder
and Blue ice cream wagons from .schools, in proportion to their size. please return same to 618 Ashe The are np ed
which the people can get pure ice 2. The promotion of sales of street amid receive recwuri a2-3 x They are stumps issued
cream fit to eat and delicious home Thrift Stamps, War Savings Stamps. ment to defray the costs of wa
baked cake cones. The sign on each anti Liberty Loan bonds. waste, and inculcate habits of t
of Sam Kline's wagons reads "Kline's 3. Junior Red Cross work. There are two kinds of Wa
- Home Baked Cake Cones." Look'for 4. Boy Scout and Girl Scout work. er called Thrift stamps. ost :
K the sign. m7-tf 5. Agricultural work. ,mt, having stamps, costs $4.12 in I
S--.-, All reconstruction work, for. nonth.
Watch for tile "Kaiser" and eign anti domestic. Notice is hereby given of the filing, is yho e stamps pay 4 p.r c
"Crown Prince" pulling Sam Kline's 7. Public speaking by junior four- of a petition on the 2nd day of April, s our duty to help your co
Red, White and Blue ice cream wag- minute m'cn the interest of all post A. D. 1919, in the Circuit Court of stumps as possible.
ons. To be sure you get Kline's pure wal mnisures. the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of the
ice cream sweet to eat and home . State of Florida, in and for Monroe THIS SFt A CF I
eos baked cake cones, witch for the sign R. County, In Chancery, for dissolution
on the wagon: "Kline's Home Baked IRheum atism of "The Eureka Steam Laundry Cornt- 0Con umers Ie ani
Cake Cones," m7-tf pany," a corporation organized and '
is completely washed out of the ,y,- exiistimi imdethehe laws of the State
Special at MAGEE'S, Fresh Straw- teml by the celebrated Shivar Mineral of Florida.
berries with whipped cream; Straw- Water. I'ositively guaranteed by All persons havint iany claim or in- ---
berry Short Cake with whipped cream., money-back offer. Tastes fine; eds -terest in or to ;maid cororrition arc -""-- -"'"" --* -- '"-" -
Fresh strawberry sundaes; freehl a trifle, Delivered anywhere by oud.irctedl to appear herein aind file
fruit salad sundaes. Phone 92. f14-tf Key West agents, Cabrera Bros. their.inainis on or before Molday thu 1
U Fresh Strawberries, the first of the See R. Costr for plumbing y of June. A. PERPALD. 1919. ia
g season. Our strawberry ice cream ii nd sheet metal work. Satisfaction : GEO. F. MORRIS,
now piade of fresh fruit. It is deli,-- uarnanted. Corner Greeno ind Ann BENJ. D. TREVOI. MIRS. G
ous, try it at MAGEE'S ICE CREAM streets. s?8-tf,, a22-29-m6-13-20
I PARLOR. Phone 92. fl 4-tf ---.---------- ---- -- O '4ew Yor.'
SWhen congress assembles the re- DR. C. F. KEMP, DENTAL SUlR i
At the government wool auction in publicans plan to turn the telegraph 'JEON. OFFICE, UPSTAIRS 1'.I .pcial MN cthct
i Ptiladelphia 65 per cent of 900,000 and telephone wires back to private "LEMING STREET. TELEPHONE Studio: 416 % )hitehead St
1 wpol offered was sold. ownership. F-,4. d _____ .. __
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Saving Stamps?

by the United States govern-
ir, to induce saving, discourage
thrift throughout the country.
ir-Savings Stamps-the small.
each: the larger called War.
elbruary and Ic additional each
cent compounded quarterly. It
intry by buying is many of these


DONATED BY

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structions

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Conservatory
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TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919


; ASPIRIN

1 ATALCUM

' jpsjSt Upon Gen.
daybr Tablets
f Aspirin"


IT'S A MYSTERY

HOW PEOPLE IN


OMSK EVER LIVE


JUST ENTERING


ANOTHER GREAT

LOAN CAMPAIGN


Most Humble Quarters Can- IWar Is Over But New Cir-


not Be Obtained There


At Any Price.
OMSK, Siberia, April 16.-(Cor-
respondence of the Associated Press.)
--American readers of the great Rus-
alan novelist, Dostolevsky, who, ex-
iled for a political cfime, spent four
-st fu ient Apirin Tab- yeays at hard labor, in the foytrsas-
/nol o i 8/ D;i manu- prison of Ohsak, would hardly recog-
ere isold by a Bro itfman niz in the Omsk of today the
,ter which later proved to bet9w 4
osed ainly. ,Talcmt Powder. tible conditions which he depiq'd
osed mainly# Talcttm Powder. in his book, "Recollections of the
er Tablets of Aspirin' .the true, Hous df the Dead." It was in 1849
inme, Amet'ioan made aid A meri- that' Dostoievsky began his term of
owned Tablets are marked with exile and passed through the experi-
fatety playerr Cross." endes which he so powerfully picture.
k for and then insist upon ed later. The "house of the dead"
ir Tablet .,*f Aspirin" and al- no longer exists at Omsk. It has
tUy f,.W n the original Bayer puased to give room for the building
'e ,p' lntains proper direc- of a more modern and more hopeful
il' /city.
trade mark of Bayer It is difficult to realize how the
Monoaceticaeidester p r e s e n t half million pop-
ulation of Omak lives. The normal
population is one hundred thousand
atra at' tk U. but the constant influx of refugees
mater tw .from the centres of Bolshevism has
tion, Key West, Fla.- swelled the number of inhabitants.
be sold at the Naval To find a house or apartment is not)
ey West, Fla., material to be thought of in the present-day
to the Navy, condemned Omsk, chosen as the capital of the
'r- use therein,' consisting provisional All-Russian government.
engine, 12x20, 4 The mo1st humble room is not to be
mattresses, 2 pillows, obtained without the intervention nf
27 ull LraL4, panta, bid friends or the help of authorities who
te-s, 26', whaleboats, 4 do not hesitate to requisition rooms
ard 2 engines, rudder, in case of urgent need. The city is
gratings, 6 stretchers, without electricity, except in a few
1, motor dory, steam cut. sections and the streets at night are
28 rubber life belts, sew- in obscurity. For that reason few
hine, refrigerator, 2 car- persons go out after night or 9
,, gasoline blow torch, type- o'clock because of the possible danger
(Remington) and galley of robbery or worse. Public safety
The sale will be for cash the past two months.
The sale will be for cash Omsk in its main thoroughfare has
highest bidder by sealed manyfipely appointed buildings and
Il to"y e opened at 2:00 P. some' iModern apartment houses."
May 1919. Schedules con- The residential section consists of low
form of proposals and built houses of wood and mortar.
of sale can be obtained up- There are several fine views due to
plication to the Supply Offi- the presence of many domed churches
U. S. Naval Station, Key and the long expenses of space af-
vest, Fla. JOSEPHUS DANIELS, forded by the rivers Irtish and Om
secretary of the Navy. al5-22 which meet in the very heart of the
city. At forty below zero few womer
"ircult Court, State of Florida are sec.n in the streets, but the ad
jventh Judicial Circuit, Monroe vent of a day when the mercery rls-
eunty, ca nnaror zero brings out a large n uin.
)' IN CHANCERY ber of ladies who look very attract-
JId Russell ive in their great-coats of varied col-
Complainant, ored furs and their overshoes always
complainant prettily bordered with mink or hare.
sellThe Siberian hare's fur is utilized ir
russe, the fashioning of warm and attractive
Defendant. hats with long streamers covering the
hearing by the sworn bill filed ears and tying under the chin. Hare
,e-stated cause that Rosa are so plentiful that these hats arc
defendant therein named within the financial reach of almost
dent of the State of Flor- everybody.
w a resident of New York It is the orthodox cathedral, dedi-
,iat she is over the age of cated by the late Emporer Nicholak
ie years; it is therefore or- in .1801, which looms up, vast and mi-
it said nonresident defendant posing, as the dominating structure
he is hereby required to ap- t the capital. On one side is the for-
,the bill of complaint filed in mer residence of the civil governor ol
sie on or before Monday, the Omsk, now used by the foreign office
of May, A. D. 1919, otherwise and on the opposite side of the
egatinns of said bill will be square is the imposing Ministry of
s confessed by said defendant. Justice, as yet uncompleted. The
i further ordered that this or- cathedral, which is called the church
' published once each week for of the Ascension of the Savior, is a
consecutive weeks in The Key vast edifice capable of holding 1,600
citizen, a newspaper published persons. During the Saturday night
county y and State. and Sunday morning services the bril-
ril t, 1919.liant and glittering auditorium is
Dl let, 9. Z ILR crowded with'people, all standing in
D. Z. FILER, accordance with Russian custom.
Clerk Circuit Court. The cathedral has a great dome sur-
ARO,r Complainant. wounded by several turrets and has on
42 /- 5," -.2--w tured stone surmounted by a spire.
In 1714, Peter the First sent a
;lne frontier along the German bor- commission to the Omak region to
has been strengthened again by erect a small fortress on the bank of
a Dutch government because of ef- the river Om, from which the city
rts of the Bolsheviki to smuggle later took its name. In 1765 began
ms into Holland, the construction of a new and more
solid fortress. It was in the form of
-TE--RBLY---s OL.N_-- i polygon with five bastions. Beside
it was erected l -ter the wooden pris-
ITE iLY SWOf LLENIon, surrounded by a high palisade,
N Iwhich served to imrrison Russian po-
; -"'litical exiles, and in which Dostoiev.
suffering Described As Torture sky spent his four years for having
i e been in tre Peu.tcf riots. This
\Relieved by Black-Draught. !was the "Dm House" which he let-
Sovile, Ga.-- Kate Lee Able, o! i ter described to t1e world in protest
this place, writes: "My husband is an mer
en'!iner, and once while lifting, he I n- e --- -
jure;himself with a piece of heavy ma. .Brace Up.
chineey, across the abdomen He was
so so he could not bear to press on Stomach trouble often makes one
hi.nsem at all, on chest or abdomen. He despondent It hits him where he
weiahd 16S I., and (ell oilff until he lives, saps \is strength and energy
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks, and makes him feel like giving up.
ie became constipated and It looked Give him a few doses of Chamber-
lke tb woulddle. We hadthreedifferent lain's Tablets to improve his diges-
4dtoes, yet wii all their medicine, his tion and invigorate his liver and
iHweil faild Itb aCt. He would turn up bowels, and in most cases recovery
* tea-sent bottle of castor oil, and drink is prompt and affeulual. al5-80
* two or three days in succession. lHe
di tidss yet without result. We became Secretary Baker, who is iu France,
dasperltte, s suffe Md o. He waiswol- has with him plans to convert the old
ten terribly. He told fito his suffering Chesapeake & Ohio Canal into a rail-
gould only be described as torture. road at the estimated coat of $20,-
I sent and bought Thedtlord's Blick- 00o0,000.


Dailugt. I made him take a big dose,
and when it began to act he fainted, he Word was received at Third- Army
was It such misery, but he got relief and Headquarters that Lieutenant Gen-
wbega to mend -i once. He got wel, crl Ligget't's First Army will be dis-
and we both feel he owes his life to solved on April 20.
ThedI .s Black-Draught."
ThOtord'sBlack-Dmraughtwillhelpyou A new Eiyptian Cablnet with
to keep ft., ready for the day's wore. Ruchdi Pc.hxa as Pne Minister was
Tryt aI NC-131 formed.
.


cumstances Make Vic-
tory Loan Necessary
We are Just entering the period of
another great government loan, the
fifth which the people of America
have been called upon to support.
These Tonas have been the most
splendid lessons in thrift ever bestow.
ed upon us, and no matter how much
personal inconvenience amd scrmping
ahd saving have been caused by them
they have been worth It at all.
At the close of the fourth liberty
loan last October it was estimated
that our war economies had dovut
oped an army of 10,000,000 now sav-
ers. The Victory Loan will increase
this number by many thousands.
It has been the custom to cot nt
the results of our loan campaigns in
the billions of dollars that have been
realized. But the net results in the
introduction of thrift habits among
our people is of far greater valuo.
It is recognized, of course, that there
are many who, under patriotic pro-
sure buy these securities and then
shortly afterwards dispose of them.
However, in the greater number of
cases the bonds are held, the savings
thus started are added to, homes ete
purchased and other prudent invest-
ments are made.
Mmrnnvnr, egup war tihu thrift ha
a sacred aspect, that could have Ieeno
gained through no other form of eo-
nomy. We have been saving our
money in a glorious cause. With our
dollars we have been building our
bulwarks to defend the very life of
civilization. We bought Liberty
Bonds for the same purpose that our
soldiers fought at Chateau-Thierry,
Argotine' forest and St. Mlhlel, arid
with the same spirit that drove our
forces ~mashing through the Hinden-
burg line. Thrift is commendable
under any circumstances, but when
practiced for a cause such as this, it
is raised to the heights of sublimity.
And this is the spirit with which
we enter this new campaign.
The days of fighting are over, but
the need of thrift is just as vital now
as it was at any time, and no now cir-
cumstances has lessened the necessity
of supporting the Victory Liberty
Loan.
It is a privilege that we are per-
mitted to participate in this cause,
which represents the greatest epoch
in history and the furtherest heights
of human progress.
Of no less significance is the fact
that this loan drive will be anotiheo
great lesson in constructive person-
al economics. It is likely that this
campaign will be the last experience
of this kind for the American people
--the -last time lessons in thrift will
be given them under such powerfully
impelling circumstances. It is a gol-
den opportunity for those who prac-
tice thrift and believe in teaching it to
others to devote themselves without
stint of time or energy to the work
of making the loan the greatest pos-
sible success. They will never have
another similar chance to do so much
constructive good in sc. short a time
and under such favorable circum-
stances.
THEY HIT THE SPOT
D. McMillen, Volunteer Fireman's
Home, Hudson, N. Y., writes: "Fol.
ey Kidney Pills are like a stream of
water played on a fire by a fireman.
They hit the spot, put out the fire and
drown the pain." Foley Kidney Pills
relieve rheumatic pains, backache,
sore muscles and other symptoms of
kidney and bladder trouble. Key
West Drug Co. Apr.1-1m
Director-General Hines, of the
Railroads, announced that by May 1
requirements of the railroads will
be met through the insurance of gov-
ernment certificates of indebtedness.
Chile Copper Co. produced ,568,-
000 pounds in March, compared with
5,376,000 pounds in February.


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18cents a package
Camp/$. are sold ev'.rywiffre ill
saie,,lAg-a'v v idmokger5~s sf.0
Cigaroftom; or t 1P.4 a.Aa5.(200
eijarottem) iill a 51amvno paper-
Covaired oarlon. VWa trunjlv rc
ormmend CMile cation for the 1jan1
wrof~io auppl~ycj whon yautravel.


Cigarewil

They Win You On Quality!
Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great
because their refreshing flavor and fragrance
and mellowness is so enticingly different. You
never tasted such a cigarette I Bite is elimi-
nated and there is a cheerful absence of any
unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un-
pleasant cigaretty odor.l
Camels are made of an expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are
smooth and mild, but have thM1tesirable full-
body and certainly hand out satisfaction in
generous measure. You will prefer this Camel
blend to either kind of tobacco smokedstraight I
Give Camels the stiffest trvout, then

the world at a

ho w ibraREa
Caenefs the ... *, J
your taste!
R. J. REYNOLD TOBACCO CO
WitoSa N. C,


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You Have An Advertising Message



10r the Public-- Tell it Now!


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f. S. DEPARTMENT OF LAB6R






Never were the people-the buying public-m re

and able to buy than they are today.

There is no scarcity of money. The purchasii~

in America today is greater than in all ,history.


The field for new and greater business development is


here. .

Advertising is the certain, qt

method of developing your business.


lick and economical


When you put the power of advertising promotion

and its great economies back of your own business, yo|--

are also, spreading the spirit of optimism and good-will.


ifTOlRuY"A ^DV"E thoe wo. The U. S. Department of Labor urges all the pro-
tTlORY LOAN DRIVE on h . . .
I el th educassive merchants and manufacturers--in fact, all who
ieroe .have anything to sell-vto advertise now and take advan-


tage of the great market which exists at this time.


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U.S. Department of Labor

W. B. WILSON, Secretary.
n ROGiR W. BABSON, Director-General Ihformation and Education Servi a



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