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Title: Key West Citizen
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Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: March 23, 1915
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KEY WEST CITIZEN


VO~IUMI XXXVI. No. 120. KEY WEST, FWJUDA, TUORDAY, MAIUM W9, 1018. PlUCK FIVE CENNTlI


RUSSIANS WIN BIG VICTORY



IN CAPTURE OF PRZEMYSL




Cracow Only Fortified


Town to Impede March


To the City of Berlin


Petrograd, March 23. -Przenmysl, RO MI SO
tihe Galician fortress surrendered GU RUUIN OUI
to the Russians Monday. This Is
the official announcouremnt of ti PASSED HI HE T
war office.
With the fall of Przemlyal, tho
only -fortified town In Galicia which
remains in the hands of the Aus-
trians, is Cracow, and the czar's At the United States Civil Set-
troops are now being ma..sed for a vice examination held ;n ;his ,lty
campaign against that stronghold recently, George Robinson head.t
and then an onward march !o the list of those passing the first
Vibuna and Berlin. grade examination, having mailde a
The greatest eothu.siasm .prevails percentage of 811.30, whi( is thle
In the capital, and confidence in the highest first grade examination ever
victory of the czar's soldiers over liti s d n 11i1.4 city.
the enemy Is expressed. Cathedral Walter 0. Jolimnoti ipatsd w:thl a
bells -were rung and t'nilmion I.,'"i- ,,;*, eotage of 7;.- .", i>!, A.'hort S.
ed when the fall of Przemysl a s f avtlnes. 7 11.8
W i' .u11110Vted, Ti onv \ :-r '(.' O' i % :O T O -
i'lily paiscd, wlt).' b ic .'At'. :i \vWe Woere
1iuslians %Win at .JxtreincItiLi of unable to learn.
litt1l,4e Line.
l.ondon, March 2:1.-In addition
to the siurreiider ,)t Preoiiiysl to ith
Russians, two other lI'ssiII -i[i AT U l)c v ,
cOsme-s at the extreomin li.is of ;1h six C "i Y
1lIutnii ,d l I llIV t S' .''lrn flron a.I1 l e I C
. polled file ll Potrograd.
Memel, a seaport o.1 thle tIlitic l Court Ol mor~g
t ].,I ,;L I'"... -.'si !I '0 ':',. r 'y In 4t < t ri m in a l u rt Li .. . tic. i ino ri l u g
hands of the Russians. The place, l a t L ui a w
however, is of little s:ratogic Inr- ouse, and the tollo,ing rases w.rT
portaleiu as it is surrounded by disposed of:
swamps, whicrn in the view of Ie Il&t!ph Dtillreuil, (hal ged wl.h (u-
break up of winter mak-e impossible .gaging in a galnie of c.htllmiei, pleadhdl
for further advance front there. It guilty, alid sentenced was ,lI.'Pile
may, however, have a political, of- on payment ol the esta 0.1'o tilhe
feet. case.
At the other ond of the line the Thomas Garmuan and William
Russians are advancing in Buck- Roll, were arraigned on a charge of
owina toward Czerno-.Wotz. The rdrunkennege, and wert each given
arnite, are n'ow due east of that city twenty days in 'the county Jail.
and need only to cross the river Thle court adjocurn'ed at o110011
Pruth to be in possession of the until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
capital of Buckowina.

Hige of rZeImysl Ikgan. ic NOTES FROM I THE

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I c..- m o ti 1 t ue .i : nt i a- t a 1 '.. . i 1 i, i t r:, .
rv lii d 'ete, 1 <' ) :" l l i, i o ', ;hi .. . ,

r';'.; vilh iletelr ha d ;'ing tp i .lolhi !':ini r'y Pelnny,\' i ,il',:.11 rl it
early months of the slege and Iln- the .Nav,;l lia' il ye' .Ii ilny '0 I'o;:'
flicted considerable lososs an the .years lu the It. S. Navy, as al)pre:i-
Russians by sortla. twice seaman.
The garrison's food supply was The U. B. S. Ontario .is expected
said to be running low recently, and Po arrive here shortly rrom Giuati-
iev ,r':l Iat oempts made to relieve the tanamo. and wlNl r:i. '' in tit t. e
gcrri.sjn failed. It wais rei.'ntly rp- waters for a few days.
ported that aeroplanes had been -------- ---
rarrying provision. to tho garrison. W(O)DMkIN OF TIII WOJlD.
but it was Impossible for themo to ---
carry enough food for the 'large The regular meeting of Key West
number of soldiers needed to man Camp will be hold tomorrow night
the zuns in the hugo fortress, at 7:30 o'clock In their hall In the
---. Campboll buitldini n Fleming
Storms Agaiin Intervene in I)ur- street.
cluiolles Fiht. Members are requested to come
IAionlon, Marcih 23.-- Stor's outi a.s there tare tvo candidates to
again have intervened to atop opera- travel through the foroit.
tlon;. against the Dardaunlles .--..- --- -- -* ---...
A special correspondent of the ,with Germany is being prepared and
Berlin Tagpelhitt, after a personal will be sent to London shortly.
inspection of 'the Dardanelles, re- Representations will til.o be went:t
ports that the fire of the allied fleet to Germany .soon on the loss of the
has inflicted no serious dcamnago to American sailing sh;p Wmin. P. Frye,
the inner fortifications. Five ships and her cargo, sunk in the South
have been disabled, however, ane Atlantic by the German cruiser
three mine sweepers have been Prinz Eitel Friederlch.
sunlt. No Turkish soldiers have "----"
been killed since the allies begar Hamburg Amnericeau lAner i Held


the shelling of 'the Inner forts. up At San Juan.
The admiralty announces that Washington, M(arch 23.-The
German submarine raids, ending Hamburg-American liner Odenwald
March 17, resulted in the loss or was stopped from le-'ving San Juas,
eight British vesels with a total Porto Rico, Sunday by a shot across
tonnage ci 22,825. her bow, being held under a con-
grossional resolution empowering
U. s. NotkB Be Sent to England and the president to prevent iuptphies go.
OGermay. Ing from Ameiican ports to ships
Washington. March 28.-It was of European belligerents at sea. Of-
definitely stated alt the White House ticials refused to disclose what
yesterday that the note to Great grounds they have for believing that
Britain mailing representat4ons of the OdenwArd came under ,this reso-
some features of the order in coun- lctien. An investigation is now in
cil whidb prohtbits se coommerce progress ,
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ..

FIRE BURNS



HOMEWAISON



AND ROBIE s

Theo conductor of the m ting
'train arriving here yesterday' #re-
ported that a fire was burning at
Homestead as thle train passed there
on its way down from 'Miami, but
did not know whose property It was
being consumed by the flames.
Janmes Roberts, of the firmn of
Watson .& Roberts, contractors, was
an arrival In the city on the even-
l-g train, and stated that the prop.
crty burned was his home, and that
hf William Watson, his partner.
Mr. Roberts said that yesterday
morning about three o'clock, at his
home, when he 'was about to make
coffee, on striking a match ito light
the gasoline stove, the stove flared
up and exploded. and within a few
seconds the house was in flames,
which soon reached, the home ,,t
Watson.
All efforts possible, were put
forth to extinguish the b'aze, but
all to no avail, and the beautiful
structures were soon conmsimed by
the angry flames.
,Messrs. Watson and Ioberts h:'I e
tuffcred considerable loss in the
burning of i;heir homes, as they
';A,'oro only In..t' red for a an.ai,.l
aniount.
One of the hoiuse..i was rece'.iily
occu-pied -by Charles W. Lowe, j. ist
having moved his things: out, '
v'ions to returning to this t, vty a eiw
(layS ago.


MADE AN AIR....


RAID ONPARI


LAST SATURDAY

Paris, Mar. 23.-While no one
was directly klhiled in ithe aerial
bombardment of this city 'Sunday
morning, by German dirigibles, it
Ireulted in the death of one aged
wvonian. She became so frigAitened
by the explosion of a bomb on a
street. where she lived that she died
tioonI afterwards,
'i'!r city analyst spent the day
i. (,. In, IP m bl l ;; i hich di l d 1u')t eY:-
Sru;l' t'ragi ts':ii fC.ii !' l;i(t:;' w li'h


0" n t uiI'log vi .r, "of

II in n i'l.i itv ty ipe ', col itini'int' a
L it t *ii '(' i .' t isp lori's tc amitn bg n-
i :. :,iuL lt'e O'i Vh t ''ii' lcu 't Itict it'd( butt'J


;: ; d provideld v.i'h a lit .itl'tg
o: itli\aitnce conitlAtilng of a ",'ik
c'',i'u'd In petroleum.i
I Eight person's were injured by
lihe bombs dropped on the city and
its enrivons, one seriously. The
property damage done .was unim-
..... ,I. t ,,.mi nf h . nir i-, ft Ata I


od for this city, following the valley
'of hlie OlsC. Only !two of them,
however, reached thair goal.
On their way they dropped miss-
lees at Complegne, tibe Court and
Dreslln Court, but without serious
results.
ltesid(enmts of this oity showed
more curiosity :than fear, and .they
thronged the ,streets trying to see
the hostile messengers. Trumpets
gave 'the signal for ithe extinguish-
Irg of alil lights, and firemen ran
through the city warning the peo-
ple of the impending danger. Sumi
'timid persons took refuge In cellars,
remaining there until the danger
had past.
Th-e first bomb was dropipel at
1:45 o'clock, and the last at 2;25
o'clock. Two hours later firemen
weint through the streets announe-
ing that the 'danger had past.
Searchllghlta were turned on the in-
vaders, and French air craft ascend-
ed to give 'battle. The anti-air oraft
guns opened fire, but failed to hit
the dirigibles.

JOHN HONE DMAD.

New York, March 28.-John
Hone, formerly prominent in fl-
yance, died Sunday, aged 71. He
had been governor and vice presl.
dent of the 'New York 9took Ex.
change. .. ...
. ;' ( ,' .'# I <.


PROGRAM AT



HIGH SCHOOL



WE[.NIGHT

An interesting program will be
'rendered tomorrow night In the 'au-
ditor'um of 'the Harris High School
under the auspices of the W. C. T.
U. beginning at 7:30 o'clock. A
pleasant evening is promised all
(who attend, and a collection will be
taken.
The following is the program:
Selection, by Orchestra, Miss
Itule Walkins, Messrs. Roberts,
Saunders, Dreskil and Bergman.
Recitation, Claudia Demeritt.
Plano Duot, Prof. Mor,. and
Dorris Johnson.
Recitation, Gladys Roberts.
Vocal Solo, Elizabeth Curry.
Reading, Mrs. Howard Sawyer.
Vocal Solo, Mies Frances Ilarn-
hardt.
Duet, Piano and Cornet, Clyde
and Maynard Baker.
Ie ctiatlon, D1orothy Knowles.
Vocal Solo, Mr Runyan.
Violin -'._. Leuthl.
Ctolileiai, .. it: ;y Orchestra.
Ileetitation, Ida Themeason.
c mlurt'ltt', Mi''t;tt. M lticnnts, Ar-
cl,'r, lteutlii aii:l Pindcr.
%\ocuI Solo, Mirs. A. W. Mohn.
liadin'g. cMri lha.,. ti. Ketehum.
.o' .ttltion, '.Mrs. N. P. Nelson.
Vocal Duet, Misses Julia Prtitch-
cail and tc uby \ :iWe thl1irfIord.
itecitation, Mrs. Tioitas (Curtis.
Sel'ectiocn, Orchestra.



DVANIE IES


PRiS [10 BOYS


OFTHE NAVY

Washington, I). C., March 23.-
Commendatory letters have just
'been sent tio members o, .the crews
of 'the armored cruiser San Diego
and the submarine tender Fulton
for gallant conduct at the timo of
the explosions on board these ves-
sels recently.
The San Diego.s boiler tube blew
ouit, following a steaming 'trial, off
l( ,', 's;: coa (f mi(:;ic ., 1 ,Ina) ntviry
1., w t,, s( i ci x..v ral \ 'ere k01tlci tandi
injuri'd, and 'i O.": t;ion in i o fi re Iflu

('larhlstoni niiv.y yard .lunilic' ry )


P.& O.TO GIVE



EXCURSION



TO HAVANA

On account of the Willard-John-
son fight to take place in Havana on
'April 4th, the P. & 0. Steamship
Company have decided to run an
excursion to Havana, and will sell
tickets from Key We.-t to Havana
and return ifor $12.50.
It is expected that a large num-
t'er of our people will take advan-
tage of the reduced rates, which
will 'enable them to see 'the pugilis-
tic battle that will take place in the
Cuban capital.
It was thought that the steam-
Phip company would not run an ex-
(ursion, and many ibad given up the
Idea of attending the fight, but
lince the reduced rates have been
announced, a large number have
decided to take advantage .4f the
one fare.
The advertisement of the com-
'any announcing the excursion, ap-
pears In another column of this Is-
sue.


DR.WM. WOLFSON

HAS INVENTION

Dr. William L. Wolfson, son of
Mr. cniid Mr. Iouit Wolfson, wMho
:; no,\ in Blrooklyn, N. Y., has In-
vented lan improved c:,her mask.
whioh is considered a great inven-
ctivin by Vte uteldiric l fralt rnity.
Theli mtsk ha.s beean in use lor
some time 'by Dr. I. D Kruskal,
pru ineut physlciau and surgeon,
who :p.it1 very highly 1. t he 1l
VAiate is tuse Ua4 VA.i
The many falends of Dr..Wolf-
son in this city will be delighted to
learn fot his invention, and wish him
alil possible sunnaas in the medical
pro asslon.


LYCEUM NUMBER

MUCH ENJOYED

Bruish, the magician, appeared in
the audcitorlum of tilhe Hargrove In-
stl:ute last night Ini one of tho
lyceum Numbers, and was greeted
iby a; la'?. e a odIlioia, Wilt) ( w 'e miY31S-


tifltd at his wioiddertfl
c11 e.
hI! lily rI';,:( iIiM 'i) i 1, ;iT l


pi )-.'rfor i'


HAVSOCIETY



SANCTIONS



PRIZE FIGHT

Havana, Cuba, March 23. -Ha-
vana society has given its sanction
to ,the Willard-Johnson battle,
adhedul'ed 'for this city oin Sunday
morning, April 4. The leader of
the local society column has taken
a ringsido box for herself and eight
of her friends, and after her has
followed all the other local society
lights.
Mrs. Lilly Hidalgo De'Conill, the
richest woman and the leader of
all Cuban society, personally visit-
ed Jack Cur!oy's office and asked
for a ringside box. She wanted one
In the first row, but all these boxes
had been sold the first day the ad-
vance sale opened. Curley, how-
ever, )had held one box in the front
row for himself and Mrs. Curley,
with their guest, Colonel Jose D'-
sDutranmpes, chairman of the OCti-
zens' Committee that made the ba'-
tie possible In Havana.
Curley gave iup this boxl to Mrs.
Do'Conill, and Colonel Estrampes
readily agreed to take a back spet.
A box in the 'fourth row' ha. now
beeoon reserved for hio Curley-1,-
trampecs party.
Within twenty-foir hours, or as
soon as It had become known that
Mrs. D)e'(onill ihatd taken a box for
the fightt, scores of Cuban andi
Spanlshl society .'on'cin drove to tho
office and reserved sItats aTnd b'1vs
for the bi; i attll] .
"I've been ,i. prointmotr for the
best years of my life," declares Cur-
ley. "Biut every dlay I learn some-
thing naew about thec business. If
I had realized the Importance of en-
iist1ag the sunlport. of a t i)ma.n of
Mrs. De'Guu lb t .i ,,d:; yh r>,,,
have been waiting onu her d-oortop
with an entire box for the fight. It
means Ithousands of dolaire to us
to enlist the siauport she already
has given."


LA BRISA

GLEE CLUB

The La Brisa Gleo Club, recently
organized, made up of Key West
young men, will be one of thie main
i",ature 's of the city's entertainments
I'troni V.Ow oni. It was f'ornimed for
tie purpio:1 oi f iproviii.ng clealii good


.. 'it' .'i 'ii'ti
i ci at


S ..,i in I :': .; :'i r of to t say that .ev'rmyone V whlo xi i'' .1

Cf'tarIi .1. Ch.lri-t.innMd, allnd Maiui'ic fuc't'.y hatisldficd with thl' evening's


lii('3wy, both first-c lat'. machinists'
'n t. a a0 oltriIl .hI 'iFulton, ,w'ho w!ll
' ,'coi'v' 'the ipr;i':'p of S'et(r a ry l):'i-
lels, entered the voasol's fire room,
,,wh' h was filled with steam, res-
cued it fireman and prevented fur.
thoer destruction to the boilers.
Similar work 1was done aboard
the San Diego by the followhig, who
will ali.o receive letters of commen-
dation: lIrank Bush and Clement
King, both chief water tenders;
Firemen Telestforo Trinidad, Willie
F. Anding, Andrew Bethleffen and
Ray Lofgrein.

1XOXUItiION HATE',r
Key West to Havana and rt.urn--
account Willard-Johnsaou fight.
For the above occasion the P. &
0. Steamship Company will sell
tickets, Key West to Havana and
ro'.urn first cla s, at one fare for
the round trip, $12.60. Dates of
,iai'e, March 30, 31, April 1 and 2,
good for fifteen days to return.
A. C. ELGIN,
m23-1w Agent.
LOVELI.-JAMES WMDDINGt
Cards have been received Ihere
announcing 'the wedding on March
3, of 1, B. Lovell, .formerly with
the Key West (ka Co., to Misi
Louise De Codvla James at Atlantic
City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. James are
,now at home at 876 Church street,
North Adams, Mass.
Mr. ILovell made many friends
during his stay -in Key West, who
will be interested to learn qt his
marriage.

MOR RENT--4tore at 716 Duval
street. Apply 700 Duvral reet.
*dr. jIll


I:, to'rtaimculent.


T'ihii followii 'I.s I tho list of latest
arrivals at thiu Panamaa Hutol:
J. T. Fiuler, Atlanta, Ga.; Wal-
ter W. Shaw, Morristown, Pa.; J.
Ill. Hopkins, Niagara Falls, N. Y.;
A. 11. Dlunn and wife, Weinefry
Manitoba; Mr. und Mrs. S. H. Braz-
Itell, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Louis S.
13urFltic li, Toronto, Ohio; John1
Powers, Now York; A. McNulty.
N: ,\, Yorl:.

i'. W. TAYIA 1I1EAID.

Philadelphia, March 2:;l--Fred-
erick Winslow Taylor, orlgina'tor
'of 'the modern scientific manage-
nuent movement, died hore Sunday.
ITe was 59 years old.
Ile was the author of articles on
scientific efficiency and installed
his system in many Industrial e.-
tablishments.

50O|l. FARQUHAR Kir'LLA).

Ottawa, 'March 28.-Col. Francis
Douglas Farquhar, 'D. 8. O., com-
mander of the Prinoess Patricia's
iCanadian light infantry and late
military secretary to the Duke of
Connaught, governor general of
Canada, has been killed in aLtion at
tihe front. A cable message con.
veyed the aews here.

Herr 8assenbach, Socialist, and a
secretary of a labor union, was
elected a member of the Berlin City
Council. He Ia the first Socialist
to belong to that body.


It 'ii' I


i' 7 oivCc n i vi rIy it i '' 1 c 'ii d i,
r-:v i ll [il in t h 'i l l f ,ir h t~,bll i it 1o f
so it, local charit.'.
Tho firct pl.avy will 4, a chir'.
mninstrol followed by h viry euiiji -
able dance and m ill bet i urod'.d
about April 20, under the poi'S' ,
direction of Woodford 1) .r.
Mr. Blair promiSet' aP' ,na!
iorformance with acr ast
pickled from uiirth: tub.
A q(Ilurtet of ctmar' has
already been soe" d'es ex-


C'lleuIt St
chistra nilai
ed voices.
The e.xa
forcnanco
mwar ftwl;
tortain t;.i
Ia Brisic
and scD
The ,
ollow\


ridn
d >


it or-
All trailn-


' ma first per-
wih .,inouinced in thl
,tl, plays aud on.
lie given at the
S nre a streclal stage
jeing puripcaord.
a of the club are am
J ,v ,'J ~ son, Pre.-d t at;
Vi'Ce Pir. ::, ..t anti
olmpso, Sccretar y and


Tree

P ROPOSAI4.

will be received until noon
M 30, i615, for building wall
at City .'emetory. .
Aifications can be seeon by mnk-
Ing 'rsilcat.ion to the" under.
Rig'.
J. R. VALDWZ,
( irman Cemetery 06milttee.
adv. marlSto-SO

Captait Richter, of the schoon-
er Breslau. that went ashore off
Sombrero Llight, and afterward
caught fire and burned ito te
water'* edge, was among; the jmea-
gers leaving on the MallO St aR-
ship San Jactato this molapig tf
New York. ,


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IrE.-t7 W -,, ..,-,;. ,'it .- .,:..f:t,,iL,'.4C. .;: r;-: T E..SG E.-A-'T ." AU ( I Mi .lRVKIi,

THERE'S GR EAT I A rono0ma *riRB
(in1it;i lif"..l 7 0(;1 Miles Service.


DoIlit ,o i-'ri'. Ti 'I'is e, arii t dioubllf (A,)i r''rserv ol the i' ir-i 'll
thli( hin i.' .. olf Iiof 1 Ji ... lL a s lndat rd Hank of oerr aiiy is now 2,:l lirj,0mi ,-
liiko ,tires. 000 mitirks.
This 11ii per 0 i nil grealiter weoar- -
iing l i tr;'v.' i ailt llrtlly ives tihae A lanituliId(r of 2.,600) s(iiar' yvnird
Ili 'lt muo'' iiliio.g, atid'll rvic.o, Tshe occurred Thursday onl thie moliilntin
na.riiag.e of 12 piiles of toug-h fabric botwee-i ltonte and T'voll.
anid on110 i -"h uirttaeo trend rubber -.....
nsukt s these tires absolutely' piunc. The Nebraska lieblslature Ii' :il
turi|'or)t. the railroad bill increasingI psrss.n-
Thesi tint's (.cel nil othei.s fOr ger rates to 2 1-3 cents.
ildo in the' (:otin:ry over brought and --
ri'iggd roads as well as on hard W. T. Azbell, ex-lpostiaster of
pavemtents. They are as easy riding. l6dwardsport, Ind.. writes: "I suf-
and reslltent am any other pneumatitl feared from severe -trouble wlth imy
tire- -the air llwpae and pressure be- kidneys and baok. First bottle of
inKg the samno. ] oley Kidney Pills gave me relief."
'Iney are the most e aO oMniOl Thousands testify that baoka.ckih'
and "taros f're" tires mniWie and are rheumitisam, wore nust cles, sa usitd whirei tlnr s niuit be depeBde4 joints and bladder weakness vanish-
ni a;d(I tire troaiies cannot be ed when l'Foley Kidney Pills wore
tohlraited. Mlany Doubile Sei'vi'e taken. Curry Pharmany. T. T. S.
style tirn aur ini ui.s in the Un- .-.... ..... ..
ted States govirninPmeit and Klu- Prtesideut Willson plans to attnld
rop]i"ii WIar .'servlc(. ) he naval review to II h'i i off Nov.-
(tit' output im liiinit" o a certain Yor( (luring May.
,:.i ;;!l, I l',t. I 1 ; 1i ,'ll't tIUlllO We I ...-. ---... - ....


PLEASURE IN SAVING



Have you ever experien-

ced the satisfaction of saving

money and depositing it in

the Bank regular? Try it--

you will find it a great plea-

sure, as well as satisfactory

way to advance your finan.

cial interests. Your account

is invited
















WE TAKE PRIDE IN BEING "ON TIME"
With sout dolivorte'., 1On the whole, ouri (lerli ,rs srvir,. it us a < g lI
ts that in any large city.
Thel iit stllt1ules. lioM. vei', ale sutbj.et bj to itls(onditions e'yondt
humi an conti'ol. Our I-wagons Are oi iasioitally lae. ,jut i st the rail-
road liitOlilod somilies me gotm tlehinddl te.
If you will see that your regular taking of ies is sufficient to
over ti all usual mrquirements, with something ito s ie for emera-
gency, you'll never get into a state of mind because the wagon hap.
pents to be a trifle tairly.
This in as y if your refri''g at'or 'arre' e' oth ostalir yorh' lomie.
Yon will spiend no )more l re-, s -' : .- k


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
does not need bo embellish its
claims with high-sounding ad-
ectives. The Draughon Colleges,
located in eighteen states, are in-
dorsed by MORE BANKERS
than all other business colleges in
the United States. Individual in-
structionr; no entrance examina-
iton; positions guaranteed under
reasonable conditions. Catalog
PREE. We also teach By MaiL
ALVIN H. JAMES.
Manager.


INNE


NEWS BRIEFS


presiduitl l (;of the ltik 'vIi- lliig 'iI:n.i
('c ii I)iinpu y,


(t' .tr :Ii' followilln rpled suc l t;pere!al
p s irri .iis all Initridl i l ag Offer,
Tire('; Elxtra IHavyr
I'itibeis
... 1 7.2 $2.20
;' .\". 2i 3 0;.


Pl'ive hiunl ried thousand dollars
will be spent by the Carnegle S ,pcl
('o., in im proving Its IIom riteid
plant

Standard (11 ol'ficer. ;aw l (clrk-
. ,i l l l i tiv o a In 'l v ia t o r o o f f, (l o ll
i .tau rill t vo stlli 1Al$ I1 ,10 1 :ilt N .


S.. |1.1 5 < 'lii'r' s 'il C nstipation.,
S1 7 4 --
::4x I 1i.' 4.;35 "Aboilt. t',, yoars ago wihei 1I ber-
%:,,!" l .is>0 4.60 g tilii using '.anlberhlaii's Tablots I
..:;.. '17.4 4.65 had l'on :.t'foriig for ;oi time 11
:x7t. 4" 17.1,', 4.79 with stomach trouble and .hroni !
: ;, 'X 21 1 i5.8a0 constipation. My condition im.
l(ix4 0.," --.. 0 i.7 5 proved rapidly through the o e of
:v'17,l,," '22.. 4t 6.20 these tablets. Since taking thern
;" 4.4o 6.365 my health has been fuii,," ,rilts
;lUxi" 2'7.li 6.55 Mrs. John Newton, Irving. N. Y.
17.x" '6.:10 6.60 Obtainable everywhere. marl 6
A. 1otlihr -.e's n1! Included ----
albove' lijt also furnished. Non-sklds Pieyrro Loti, famous Frei eh au-
at 10 i) ttoint adiiitionlla. thor, was placed in command o' a
I'l1.,1 : l'aymienrt '.'it ordor Fr'nleh gi gunboat oppratlnir at th.i
ai; a!o'.,' :tp 'iiial prl 'lcH, ai 1 per )ardane'les.
eonll .i-'oiiit rIlowed oiln orderii for
two or mn'ri'e tire.s. Ill personal The, Persian Calbinet, .linades d by
lche'.kt; itlmust ih; .ertllt 1d. Premier Ala-es-Sultanenl, ha r -
'Try those (lr<',, n itl e voivtli sigi ed.
.jf |-oil' o 'y ]l",igi h l ,i]1 tiel<,. -- --
Not notl tliroug il .:( i's. Austriat being uirgied by her ally
I)() ..I L l'; ;,il':!t V: ",: i' ]; 1 & ;ll!'- to .'e d o T re n t to Ita ,'.y d o u b tlh-14
IllU CO(. AI;,'ON. 01110. wonders why hie began this beaul ly
WhVi' \)l o livc indlgt' to!ol, gas- W'.var, anyway. --Salt Lakt, llerahl.
frili,; or r ;il0111:i h you Alo'wi,'t ..... .. .... ..
tiil i1 l, I IIi- '.rl nl. i ,cin dy. C'm, QLUI('ICK A 'I(ON W A' TrI.),
M i-o-ns T'l'ahl'tst- -perfr'tly hlart- ,Whrni (.;co is coughing anild !-
}m i uit itt qrit iic ly andi effectively ing-. -with tickling throat, tightner-'.|
ir nolithii to il,'., Kpy W't IDruig In chest, soreness In throat and
ICotali(ny. lungs--whon head is aching and thirt
Tues-leri. whole body racked with a cough
thtrt won't permit sleep-hlie want
Iir ,U. 1'. "'11hoipsuni, president of immediate relief. Thousands say
ilii Not KEnI gl I i S lirlti tiit; ('0 mI1 I Foley's Iornty and Tar tC'O poit'.d
.MN titii, \ :.' ,:I' l t*)l i id :(1 'l ;:1- I9 tlhe silre.it and illtiekest 10.tI11,r
; tiLII io.l;r, .':' -i. nitditine for conughs, Oldss, 'cro 1)p
a- nd lai grtippo. Curry I'liarnmiay.
,l :r'i l) .\hl)'!Unl- ;t ri);,\ rh'( r l Drg r.[ T T -'. .
\viho \wall(id l out of Tombs prisoll ......-.
\ h l a v i- it,>r v.a, 'ai. l ro r l fpti I :i': ;. \ l 'r d H u m b c '. 11:' ,


'1)y i l 'it ('Ii cV ..

i~ .NO I. SSA'


I i rel ts \vre 1 i II'I )1 1 1 i l
l ''i'. 'iit'(n insist u tpon l 'ol y 1' it op y.v
;:11 dl l i r i ii ( 'nI. l ic l' i ic l.


ins'dil 11 l')r ii x yi i r m it l ni v
b as falil ti!. 1 thin ; it is )h !
w" i ic" lii, for' ioiuigi, and( i cor l s
i ,'t i h' 'lrt i tnar 'y. T 1', S .
Al'. golrill iln i or' ki io tv.'i : I
T..'-: 'lrkl1 aiippollri r11r, iP I
DOl 1 I l. ; l h l l the l alllil .-
Placltfic 1xposilioli, was shot anid1
killIed liy her brother lIM! I ,' l tzr:i. i,
who t;he shots ini the audilo'it n wrim' tIld.
h bl .. l ..l i.l ,% 1.1 li l. ,l


T'htere is an old saying that "Na-
ture cures, the doctor taken the
fam." bur" ast everyone knows you
*an help sttur'e very much andl
thereby *inablie it to effect a curti
in iltth less thinu than Is usually
retired. 'llls is pa.rUcularly trtie
of coilds. C h u bar bti n's *(')ugh
Remed)y relleyves the lung., Itqiiil'les
6i tough alucous and aids it Itt
etlopectirrttilon, tll!nis the c augh ilSi
aids nature in restoriilg the syxirm
to ai healthy condititm. It 4s plea-
saut to take inld harmliIs :sn s H it oa.n-
talun no mtirmotlc. Ois aiaable evry-
wherte. nm.,r1


New Service to Galveston

Direct Ocean Route by the
Big, Luxurious Steamers
"San Jacinto" "Concho" "Coma!" of the
MALLORY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
-Li' iocw we-kly service is in addition to that heretofore in
cliect between Key West and
New York, Tampa, Mobile
Sailings for Galveston, Sundays, arriving Tuesdays; For Tampa
and Vlobile, W"ednesdays, arriving Tampa Fridays and
Mobile Sundays; for New York Tuesdays and Fridays, arriving
Saturday and Tuesdays.
Expr, pasenger and freight serve to New Yolk every Tuesday.
arriving Friday, and to alveston every Sunday, amviq Tuesday,
siuning prompt dispatch and proper handling .f f rghta wih
'rough bills o lading and lowest rates.
S, eightt and passenger fares, reservallions and full information, applt# It
JAMES L. RISK, Agent
MALLORY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Key West, Florida




FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAV

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FARE,--.

KEY WEST to MIAM!,

And Rt urn For This Occusion



'ickets will he soul Mularch 2.'rdl. ith tini.1 2ti5th. Gol u:w.rtil mid-
Slight, .1arili ;il3 s, to rCtint .


or .... u i.... r... "+,i,< 11<. "SHIOlRT' TO CAL SEA TRIP"
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S o lllll lll' issioner for t lit, N ol t 'IH I .
'riet of New York.

I' li ,i "-ii i s itd l Illili tt i'h i t"'.
i h ln I oi 'etl b)iliui or i;> W i',
Srouibler' it your digestioni .gi,
' l) !iil); l;i i It'ri 'Tablets t I ri'H i1.
"'it.lre t iubliots; lihave b' et oin a lit-
So il ,- ','i h t greitil i .iny "co'r i'r
o r lhll^e lidm l';r Vou a ;l e !'-
lain to Ijv ipleasod with the prouiii:
S.,eli, ci' 1\ .i. i h i y afford. Obtain-


"!li e v t 'v''. htre '. i :i i'1'. 2.

. Theodore E. Burtoii, ex-Unit'd
Stat',i -;triliu or irnu Ohio, has lift
,for South America to observe trldil',
opportun':ises )betwe011 .thoe UnI't'd
States and Iatin-Auitricntn ronn-
tries.

THIl--AND I'IV' C(INTH!!
DON'T .MIdS TIl8s. Clut ou this
slip, eucloae five cettl to h'oley &
Oo.. Chi.' agxo. 1ll., writing your namts
And addrues clearly. You will re-
rolvo in return a trial package ron-
talstal voler's Honey and Tar Conm-
posiad. (ts'r cougls, colds and .roup,.
Io ley Kidaey Plls, and Foley C :h-
artitr Tahlts. i'Crry Pibarnc)y.
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E.fi'citise .11111. 31s-d. 101.').
Plt. ''Tompia-Ssutins. 'Tues. 'ihutis .......
Key Westt-Morsds. Weds. lF'Iitis

Ilavanau-Mandfls. Weds. lorisis .......... .........
llavanui-Tuss. Thus's. bat* .......... ..........
Ko.v Wocst'.Tus. Thus's. buts.....................
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TRY 11III SUBSTIlUTIE

FOR NASIY CALOMIL

tt.nt.s ytlur liver without nWsking
you Hick anti can not
malivate.

Evary druggist in town-your
druggist and everybody's druggist
haa noticed a great falling-off in
the sale of calomel. They all give
the same reason. Dodeon's Liver
Tone is taking its place.
"Cailomel isa dangerous and peo-
ple knew it, while Dodson's IAver
'Tone is perfectly Bafe and gives bet-
ter results," said a prominent local
druggist. IJodsoa's Liver Tone he
personally guaranteed by every
druggist who sell% It. A large bot-
tle costas 9 cents, and if it falls to
give ease relief id very case of
liver luggishnew and constipation,
you have only to ask for-your money
back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a plea-
sant-tasting. purely vegetable rem-
edy, harmleta to both children and
adults. Take a spoonful at night
and wake up feeling fine; no
billiousness, sick headache, acid
stomach or constipated bowels. It
doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience
all the next day like violent cailo-
muel Take a dose of calomel today
and tomorrow you owill feel weak.
sick and imtuseate:l. don'tt lose u
day's work! Take Dodson's IAve:'
Toioe instead and f el t'iii', full r,'
vigor and tinmbition.

11,41\l1, H lIt '1I) SE $5ti,00),)04H) IN 3 YEAIitS.

ScrantLn, Pa., March 23. -Ben-
jamin IL. Throop, wiho came into a
fortune of $56,000,000 on his twenty-
first birthdi.y, under the will of his
grandfather, has re, eived another
windfall.
It is estimated that young Throop
will receive another $5,000,000
from the estate of hi-. aunt, Mrs.
Mary Throop Phelps, who died at
the old Throop home at No. 339
Wyoming avenue, this city.
Throop is 24 years old. Mrs.
Phelps was the daughl'er of the late
Dr. Benjamin Throop, who amassed
a great fortune in coal lands.

ums- a Weak Stoumach.

If you have any *trouble with your
digestion you should read wha-t
Mrs. J.. C. Bauer, Zanesville, Ohio.
has to say regarding her experience
as follows: "I was troubled for
months wiLth a weak stomach and
eonstipatiDtt and it was a11 1 could
do to drag myself about the house.
C(hamberlaihi', Tabletm afforded me
the first relief I got, and after Itak-
Ing them a short time I was re-
stored to health." Obtainable
every w.here. marl 5

The'l a .terhoroulgh Itapid Tran"It
(Co., N'tw York, agreetl to replace
wooden cars in the subway %wl:1
steel ones by Detember 1 of this


ilohiii (I G ilt i (i. ', ytfal' aln dc ..
torim! wr'iler tor the Hoston "Trtll-
t'cript" .ihi s'i ,' 1 .I. dio:l :it his hoiune
in Allston near tloston.

The new Persian Cabniet chosen
to succeed the Ministry just resign-
ed, .will contliui e ,;he anti-IHuislian
policy of its predecessors.

A train carrying a large amount
of mniall from the United States, and
destined for Germaty and Austria,
was robbed between Naples and
itome, Italy.


F MILY AVOIDS

SERIOUS SICKNESS


ByID Bd Constantly Supplied With

Thedfor1d' Black-Drau-lt.


McDuff, Va.-"I suffered for several
teor,; ay Mrs. J. B.Whittaker, of
BlI place, "with ick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten -years ago a friend told me to r
Thedlord's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found it to be the bet family medi-
Idese tor young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand alf the
lime now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and i
does them more good than any medictiee
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick-
ess in our family, since we commenced
ling Black-DLraught." $
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu-
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re-
lieve Indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
symptoms.
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druM st sells and recommends
lack-Dmuta t. 9i only 25c. Get a
-ckac

FACTS ABOUT

KEY WEST, FLA.
The Over-sea Railroad to Key
West was opened Jan. 22, 19S.
Key West is the nearest United
States port to the Paamma Canal,


the distance being only 14
It is 446 miles nearer
than Pensacola.
It is 476 miles nearer
than Mobile.
It is 495 miles nearer
than New Orleans.
It le 600 mile searer
than Galveston.
Key West is the termin
Florida East Coast Rallwa


076 miles.
Panama



Panama

Panama

2us ef the
y and be-


cause of its great advantages in lo.
cation will derive more benefit &a
Increased commerce from the open-
Ing of the Pntuama Canal than any
other American port.
Key West is the gateway from the
Untied States te Cuba. Ceatral and
South America.
Key West has the finest natural
harbor on the Gulf, capable of berth
in the navies of the world when the
projected Improvements are eom-
tleted.
Key West's cigars are world
famous and are superior to any
maanufactured elsewhere in the
United States. Being made under
ciniate conditions indentical with
tlhos of Havana, they i,,q fully
a(tal to the best Cuban product.
i.'tgar factory employees are skilled
orkhni e li ad command high wages.
Key West is the "American Gib-
raltar, defunding the Gulf of
AMexico, its position making it the
logical point for tlh country's
greattest naval base,
Key West has one of the most
important Naval Stations In thet
country with a coaling station,
machine shops, ample docking faci-
lities and a new marine railway.
Other important additions to the
station are under way,
This Naval Station has one of the
most powerful wireless telegraph
plants in the world, capable of conm.
iunuilcating with the Panama Canal
direct.
Key West has the largest and
best equipped railway terminal south
of Jacksonville.
Key West, is the winter rende".
Yous of a fleet of torpedo boats and
many battleships, and other Navy
vot'els't"all during the year.
Key West is an important Coast
X:r:illery post, strongly fortified and
plans have been drawn for the es-
tablishnien of a new modern post
ft lVtort Taylor, oil the southwestern
iile of the island.
Key VWest is the headquarters of
& large sponge-gatherlag fleet.
The climate of Key West is cooler
in suimmier and warme' in winter
tihan that of any other city. Frost
was never known here.
Key West has the largest andi
most mnodorn ice plant In the state,
ltli a catpality of 160 tons daily.
Key West Is one of 'he most
healttii'ul places ,o the globe and
thu duatih rate is remarkably low.
Koy \'Wet has now 23,000 people.
It Is coiunotv;atltively predicted that
i!:; wil be d(oublfd in five years or
Oi, Oppiortunitles fur inewcomners
\1iil be offered itn every line.
Key West has immense shipping
hitereBss, local coastwise anlu
foreign.
Key West has the only exclusive
turtle ,soup canning factory in thei
world.
Key West has an extensive box
factory.
Key West has a large fishing in-
dustry. The surroundlnig waters
abound in the finest varieties of
fish. Game fish also are here In
abundance including the tarpon,
amber jack and barracouta.
Key West Also Has.
Practically all of its streets paved
with either brick, asphalt block ot
natural rock.
Splendid school facillitles, both
public and private.
The Convent of Mary Immaculate
and the Ruth Hargrove Instituste are
unsurpaseed ls the louth.
Churches of all deseminationas
with many handsome places etf wor.
ship, lnoolding CatholIc, Protestant
and Jewlek.


Two goveraaiecat
oae private besplal.


hospitals and


Aa efficlent pald Fire Depart-
meat sad a large se rps ef Velateer
Firemep, spoape te aome is Mhe Unt-
ted States.
Unaxselled4 satiag facilities with
etlpertuaitles for doillhtful eactir-
mouvs to the serreunadli keys.
Two strong saaUtenal hanks.
/ Hta Carles Theatre, Mearee
Theeaesr, Airdeoe. Odd Fellows Hall,
Vlta-rakp Theatre aad The Grano,
the popuiitr lua tame;it places,
where motlen pletares eperatio
dramatic ai.d vasndevie performaa-
Oef are keld.
Several geed bands and or-
skermas.
An siftlalet street railway cad
elestrio lighting slNvice. "': ,


LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES
They Are closely Olberving Publle
Health Conditions.

An examining physician for one
of the prominent Life fInsurance
Companies, In an interview on the
subject, made ,the asttouishing state-
meant that one reason why so many
applicants for hisurance are reject-
ed is because kidney trouble i so
common to the American people,
and the large majority of those
whose applications are declined do
not even suspect that they have the
disease.
According to this it would seem
that a medicine for the kidneys,
possessing real healing and curative
properties, would be a blessing to
thouminds.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y., who prepare IWr. Kilmer's
Bwmn-ftooat, the well known kid.
ney, liver and bladder remedy,
claim that judging from evidence
received from druggists everywhere,
who are constantly in touch whla
their customers, and also indis-
putable proof in the form of grate-
ful testimonial letters from thou-
sands of r-liable citizens, this pre-
paration sla remarkably st'cteseful in
oicknesas caused by kidney and blad-
der troubles. Every interesting
statement they receive regarding
Swa.np.ltoot is investigated and no
testimoninal Is published unless the
party who siieds It Is reported of
good chat actor. They hlave on file
laiy \w irn st;.titemniene : of '1etovertle-
in the most distressing cases. They
state that Dr. Kilmer's Swamttp-
Ioot is inildl ani d genle I in its ac-
tion and Its healing Infliien t' :,
;oo;: tiotticed It ii:o!:J ('ato';.
Swoit tlp-too. is puitrely tnil It.rbal
coimnpound and Dr. Kllnmetr & ('Co. ad-
vise all rcoders who fuel in need of
such a r'rntedy to givt it it trial. It
Il on sale at all drug stores in bot-
tles of two liszes--fi0c and $1.00.
However. If you wish first to test
this great preparation sciid ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y., tor a sample bottle. When
writing be sure and mention The
Key Wet. Daily Citizen.

IXX( NAiMED FOItTHE
PREMI)ENT CAN TALK.

Scottsdale, Pa., March 23.-A
dlog named Woodrow Wilson, ,which
can titter words and do other re.
markable stunts, is one of the sen-
sations of thi town, according to
the owner, Miss Hose Bohn. Maty
have marveled at the childlike voice
of the aninial.
Woodrow is a bull terrier, and as
a puppy he wandered to thie Bohn
home the day Woodrow Wti.son was
Inaugurated, Miss Bohn says. When
his mistress says "Who do you
love?" Woodrow distinctly responds,
".My nminma."

W ,EIAX)ME IN FOI1AAT)I )N.
Most middle aged men and wo-
men are glad to learn that F'oley
Kidney Pills give relief from lan-
tuldness, stiff and gore muscles and
joints, puffness under eyes, back-
ache, bladder weakness and rheu-
nintism. They get restilts. Contain
ino harmful driiug. ('urry Pihar.
macy. T. S.

\V1).IN, i7. lKhAVENS
150 DESCIHNI)ANTs.

Pi *aytni ., Mi.,, l,'rchl 23. -, -Mrs
,l:)r. \\'hett., !)7, who has just liedit
at the home of' her grailddaulghter.,
notar Pin'ytitie. is survived by 250
lineal desce.idants. Thirty-tlhrtee o
liar descendants are dead.
HIe" g .';u,(hlltdren numbered 72',
of whom t 2 n;:'t till living, her
greaat-gr'induihti'lrtrti numbered 176,
or' whom 155 are still living. More
remarkable ilt. iMrs. Wiheat was
the great-gi'eat-grandmother of T25
children, ;i. all of whom are living.

IP HHA)DA('HY, DIZZY,
IIILIOU', "PAS'.AlET4."

YVtour Iver Is fall of Bile; Iowels
(logged, Stomach Sour,' TonKne
Coated, lireath Bad.
Get a 10-cent box now.
You're bilious! You have a


throbbing sensation ln your head, a
bad taste In your mouth, your eyes
bhrn, your skin is yellow, with dark
riigs under your eyes; yoflr Jlps
are parched. No wonder you feel
ugly, mean and Ill-tempered. Your
system is full of bile nlot properly.
passed off, and what you need li ,
cleansing up Inside. Don't pontin.ue
being a bilious nutaspes to yourself
and those who love you, and don't
resort, to harsh physics that irritate
and Injure. Remember that moett
disorders of the stomach, liver and
bowels it'e cured by morning with
gen'tl, thiorolughi t (asu('rets- -they)
work while you sleep. *A 10-centt
box from your tl'ruggSlt will keep
your liver andl howeln ci'an;
stomach sweet, and your head clear
for months. Children love to take
Caecarutes eealm they taste good
'ud eer-w' grip or sekea. adT.


POLITICAL

ANNOUNCEMENT


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
T FOR RENT-Tenement houses in
T varlots parts of the city. Apply to
TJ, ,. iJ,)obrt,, .;256 Fraii'Is street.


*--"---- adv. tf
Announcements under this head- Folt tENT'-- uirnilshed t'oo: I il
Ing, of not more than 50 words, will' South l acth rt'esl.tlence. Hal five
be run, until the election In Novem- wintlows, with oxposur- towatil
ber, at the following rates: Candi- water, comn, tniit to ltitthi.n liai |i.
dates for Mayor, $10.00; Council- All modern coitiv'iences. .Apptly
men and Election Commissioners, citizen office, if
$5.00; all other offices $7.50. Au- -,, i l -
iouncements of more than 50 words lOlt ENT- -St'eve room reoi..
charged extra at a pro rata rate. dence on f1iton street. All modern
Cash with order. convenient..s. Apply Shirley C.
lott. t23-tf
POR POLICE JUSTION. FOPlt IENT- A comfortable cot-
To the Voters: tage witAh 7 rooms and Imth. Ap.
I hereby announce that I will be ply to V. A. Johnson. f-17-tf
a candidate for the office of Po. FOIt SAL.--.One 4 h. p. Indian.
Ikce Justice at the coming City and one7 h p. llarl'ey-)avy
ltion.JmLANCLOT motorcycle for sale-take your
LANCLOT L TR. cIce at $80.00 02 Whitehend
.or (Vr Olerk. street. W. S. Gandolfo. f16ie
The Citlsen Is authorized to an- OUND---Gold bracelet, with Int-
nounce that Chat, S, Williams is a trials, owner may have same by ap.
candidate to succeed himself as plying at Triumph Coffee Mills, andt
City Clerk, and solicits the support identify'ng it. HI. ., Sawyer.
of the voters at the election in m19-3t
November.
SALI8IME~N with ability to get
For Colmnt'lmnill Oth Ward. a hbsorita with engineers antd 1pur-
The Citizen is authorized to an- :' tli'itng :tge;.ts; :splendid oppor-
nounce that L. H,. Shohee is a oan- t unity iand territory open ito I)!
didate for Councilman for the Sixth protluc'erls. Mit. ADAMS. nOX
Ward, and he solicits the votes ofi 190 TA'lION (', CLVElAN ),
the electors at the elee:ion to bt e 010e ml an 21


held In November.

TO' MIXHI W.1tl) A 'OT'l',.

As a non-transilent resident of
the Sixth Ward (1 am buying at
hone there) I iiannoiince' :Ity caiu-
didacy for (ounielman from that
district.
I will appreciate the support of
all who believe that I can serve the
interests of our section and assist
in condu-.ting the business affairs
of the city with fairness and good
judgment.
C. W. SANDERSON.

N OUTI'Ei.

Key West, Pla., March 15, 1916.
Sealed proposals will be received
by the undersigned, to be opened at
regular meeting of the City Council,
March 16, 1915, for making minor
repairs to bell tower and for paint-
ing shed roof around tihe City Hall.
All In ormation furnished by Ar-
thur Sheifpard, Chairman .lill Com-
mittee.
City reserves the right to respect
iany and all bids.
CHAS. S. WILLIAMS,
in 1 5-2i (City Clerk.

'IX) HU1BCRIlUUBaRS.

The Citizen is delivered by oar-
rier to any part of the city for ten
eeuts the week, payable to the car-
rier boys, or is may be paid for at
the office, In advance, at $1.25 for
three months, $2.50 for six months
or $5.00 per year.
Stop orders will be issued to the
carriers on those who permit their
account to become in arrears, as it
is inot practical to handle a large
subscription list on any other than
't paid up plan.

NOTICE TO SIAltIHo(ll)Il'S.
There will be a meeting of the
Shar',holders of the South Atlantic
Investment Co. held at 7:30 o'clock
on thi' )5tl) delay of t'Pebruar' y ilt tlh
:a 'ltI :. ;la ll.
GEO. A. T. TItOiDitRTS,
President t.
(It 'O. PEIPALL,
J:i6-t f Secretary.

PItOPOSALS will be received iat
the Bureau of Supplies and Ac-
counts, Navy Department, Washing-
ton, I). C., untfll 10 o'clock a. mi.,
March 30, 1915, for taking down
radio Mlasts at the naval stallo>,.
Key West, fila. Apply for proposals
to thll navy pay office, Key Wi l:,
Fla.,'or to the Bureau. SAMUEL
McOOWAN, Paymaster General, U.
S. N. marl6 and 23

(OVERNOR8 ISLAND. N. Y. It.,
Mar. 15, 1915.---Sealed proposals,
la triplloate, for furnishing Forage
anti Straw (three months' and a
year's wrpply) and PURL, GASO-
Lt4Ie, MINERAL OIL, BEEP and
MUIiiO.' required in Eastern De-
pqmrt .ant during year commencing
July 1, 11016, will be received here
utMif oIa. nm,. April 14. 1916. In-
totiml f aratshed on application
tq p3wgr meh4 Quartermaster.
Sm' ars1.17-1S-Apr 12-13

TI TO TAX PAYHRIK.
You are hereby aot4fled that I
&m ready to begin the work of mak-
Ing the 1915 tax roll.
Paitles wishing to lilt their prop-
enty will please call at my office in
the City Hall for necessary blanks
for tlhe purpose, and file returns
thereof with me not later than April
1, 1915.


1.2- -t<


WANTID Siafety first. The
only way to bI)t sIae is to ha've your
lothinlg clo mil l pri'Ksed ait The
Modern Pr.ssing ('li ). ln ig) ,4l id,
knowing that (.hno. I)ulltruil is
manager. ini20w-l
\VWalttled- S tt'nl i i l t l is l teri-
tory for our guaiirt'iiteetl line of
paints, \varinishes, Nmoitps, roof
cement, e;. Experience t' itiIx'es.
stry. W\Vhili; for detalls. SUN
PAINT' & VAItNISH CO()., C(I'VE
LAND, OHIO. 19 and 21
PROFESSIONAL CAIRDN.
LOUIS A. HARIMIS,

Attorney-at-Law. Will praotiee
in all courts. Office HeIfogs Bidg,
upstairs,
A iCHITEC'T.
T. M. Bryan, ar.-hitect; office 717
Caroline street; residence 910 Grin.
nell street. Plans and specifications
gotten out for any class of build-
ings. Drawings and blue prints
made of anything you wish.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


VISIT


Edelmiro Morales



COFFEE SHOP
A delicious cup of fine flavored
coffee is a healthful drink at eu
times. That to why tWIle popuim'
tafe M aso much latwonage. Our
Idend of coffee Is the best.
It goes light to the smit-it Jue
msits. If you love goml coffee, to



Corner Greene and

Fitzpatrick St.


I AM ON MY WAY TO HWIaT.
ING'S OANDY KITOR N TO GI M
THE ViRY BE T.

Chocolate Al-

monds, Fine

Chocolates, Kisses,

and Chewing

Candy etc.



7011-2 DUVAL STREET
OPPt IAONG'M FURNITtUI: STORE.

LA BRISA

rKATIN G INK
Open Afternoons and
Nights


Free 'Skating Leesomas
JeI't~funlso. Lwslifas free.


By Leo


Skating and Dancing

To Excellent Music

LEO G. JERGUSON, Mgr.
, -- . .. .- ... .. .


FRED MOSS
AriT (I D


I'ii L k%


J. F. Busto, Attorney at Law. nut tamns l
Office, the First Floor of Hellings Neatly DI
Building, in IDuval street.
I -. ......- ,leaiit, .
IAENTAl S'lGR'. Ladies' Tailor
Dr. C. F. Keemp, dental surgeon.
Office, upstairs corner Simenton
and Eaten streets. Telephone 410 Greene So
16232.
PERFI'TMEI S.-TEL
We carry the beat known per-
fume and powders sold hi the
country, we can give you just what l .
you want. Fogarty & Co., 507 D1U.
val reei .
ENT'IAL SU'I(RGt.t).N
Dr. 1I A. Thiornason, denittil sa U j0
geon, 418 DiU aul ,tr '.'t. Si uciallties,
gold crow n i ii ))T i iit ;i i, 1-.i t ''
alumnir,um ,l,.; Ull'i,'-t t: front
I'O Uni 11(I . i I luo r', 4 1: lt 'v:l t ' u '
. in. Phone 452.
V.I'.n. PoWvi';is.


Our ot lk of aceo powders is Lun-
usually litiage. We have all the busr
known p )owdel's and perfumes OIL
the nta'rket, Fogurty & ('o., 5017
Duval street.
HUYIEIt'tI CANDIES.
Huyler's delicious chocolates and
bon bon4 sold exclusively in Key
West by Pogarty & Co., 507 Duval
street. Te-lephone us your order.
PItOPI tINTAIlY M DI)IC INH.
We carry all the proprietary
medicines of known merit. We
keep these comitn fresh. Telephone
us or call. Fogarty & Co., 507 Du-
val street.
DYSPiPiIA CUIWM.
Why be troubled with dyspepsia
and indigestion while there are a
number of good remedies; we have
all of the best known dyspepsta
cures on the market. Pogarty &
Co., 507 Duval street.
I4 re ltate of Philip L. Cosgreve,
Monroe County.
Notice is hereby given, to all
whom it may concern, that on the,
1th day of April A. D. 1915, 1
shall apply to the Monorable Hugh
Gunn, Judge of said Court, as Judge
of Probate, for final discharge as
Administrate r of the estate of
Philip L. Coagrove, deceased; and
that at the same time I will present
my final accounts as Administrator
vt said estate, and ask for their
approval.
Dated October 29th, A. D. 1914.
PWLIP L. COBOIOVU,
*s-**n Adtalagtrator.


t i l t ; -
L.,rvtsed


TRIUMPH

Hloward J


LIJA %,L

ultts Made tfo Oibr,
of Pirst Class Work
Rone. Alterations.
ig annd PreI' lg.
ing In the Prevailing
Modes.
t., Key West, I.lodda.

1HONE 141.;





for








w? Vi:erte

No substitute
,fnd packet by


COFFEE MILLS

: Sawyer, Prop.


BRISTOL HOTEL


Mrs. 0. S. Allen,

Mnrs Idell McHeron,

PROPRIETORS


Large Verandas Screened

Throughout.


Two Blocks East of P. O.

700 zack SBtet, Iower Pies

TAMPA, FLA.



HACK SERVICE

Telephone the Duval Restaua_
No. 510, for hack or automobile
swries. The Independent IHak.


WM. A. CARICT,
Cft Ita ALeseee.


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... I III II ll I II~lr---- I -- I- IIp Il I II


MATINEE MATINE
DAILY THE RAND DAILY
EXCEPT SUN. U EXCEPT SUN
HARRY C. SIMPSON, MGR.
NOW THII BJIT, BUT, BT'PrM THAN THE RUBT. TUE ONLY MO.
TION PICTURE HOUSH IN KRY WEST, CATERING *X.
OLUNIVFLY TO W11ITH PEOPIhE.
'TO-DAY
ALLIANCE VII11M CARLYLE BLACKWELL
S-IN--

"THE LAST CHAPTER"
IN IiVII WONIEltII'ULh PARTS
A .stoi. if' love, IroianI e aind adveOnture, by ItlcluuAI Hlarding
1MVIN.
SUREi ALO0 TODAY SURE!
"ZUDORA"

"The $20,000,000.00 Mystery"
ELEVENTH M14INODI.
-PRICtES 'TI)AY (ONIY'-
MAtineo-Adults, 10c; C'hildren .t'. Night-AduIlt.s 1~ c; childrenn
-TOMORROW-
"YOUR GIRL AND MINE"



SAN CARLOS THEATRE

TO-NIGHT


"The Bystanders"

PRE ENYED BY THEi


AV 4..i'u jt -- ,


The Empire Male Quartefte

EARNEST LINWOOD, Comedian
3 REEL FEATURE

In the Days the thundering Herd




ONCE IN A LIFETIME

You Have an Opportunity to see
Such a World-Famed Attrac-
tion in Key West as


r Mile Anna



F iULOWA


THE INCOMPARABLE

AND HER FAMOUS


Sy Aphony Orchestra
AND


Russian Ballet

THE GREATEST DANCER OF THE AGE
FINEST CLASSIC DANCING ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD
AND BEST SYMPHONY OIRCHESTRA ON TOUR IN AMERICA,
WILL APPEAR AT THE SAN CARIA)08 TIEATERI, KEY WEST,
FOR ONE NIGHT, MONDAY, MARCH 20TH, WITH THEIR ARTIS-
TIO SCENERY, COTGEROUR (COTUMES AND WONDERIWUL ELEO.C


TRIOAL EFFM t'T; IN .1 PRiltAM (IM '1IIIOF TI U M. T' POPULAR
MILLETS, DRA: IAT1U PANTOMIME AND DIVLE'.TISSEMINTS.


SEATS NOW ON SALE


Orchestra $3.00 and $4.00.

Balcony $1.00-Box Seats $5.00



San Carlos.


NEWS BRIEFS.
The steamer City of Philadelphia
arrived In port last night from Fort
Myers with freight and the follow-
Ing passengers: A. T. Turner, I.
W. Smith, E. J. Stearns, R. S. Cold-
win and wil'o, Marian Stearns, R.
G. Page, Mrs. M. L. Tyler, Manan
Lewis Furleigh, Mias Flossie 1b-
berp, Ray Wlilburn, K L. Sehoffield,
H-, W. Halloewoll, MlWa Mat Hallo-
well, Mrs. 0. W. Dar Mrs. A. Pet-
ter, .1. M. Gilbert, Mrs. ,J M. Gil-
bert, 1Miss A. Gllburlt, .1. S, Hurt, L,
E1. Hurt, it, M. Mayes, It H. Min-
* c> k nitl It. H. S lSmith.
The Mallory steamship Sabine is
due to arrive hlier 'r,l?,arsday c morn.
tng Ironi New York, un route to
Tamalm and Mobile, with the follow-
ing passengerss for Key West: H,
HM. Soldentlicker, Mrs. M, H ('onik-
iln and (I. M. Wilson.
The -,teaniBhlp San Jachtto ar.
rived In port this morning it 3
o'clock from GalveAton, andl left
later for New York with the fomlow-
ing passengers: Mr. and Mrs., 1. D.
Philllps, Mr and Mrs. W. H.
Wheeler, F. W. Tucker, Mrs. J.
Haves, C. Rtchter, A. Petaerson, ,1.
P. Nelson, C. Halsew, t II Sayre,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Campbell and Miss
Violet Urich.
Every STYLE-PLUS suit has a
,irlOten guarantee. Price only
t1o7.00. The Naval Store. m22
VESSEL MOVEMENTS.
The following is the, list of vessel
movenititsf ii the United Stateq
Navy for yesterday., tI received at
the Naval Stationi ti:s niorlngi:
Arrival', Pa.- a;vito, Patuxent,
fagle at Gunntana no; Stannish at
Anniapolis; Rocketl at Norfolk; (cil-
it .t r'w YNor, 'lvo!ria at Port,.-
p'oiith, N. 11.; \'Valke at Key West.
Departures -Ontiario from Onin-
'taniamo for Key W\'Est; Ara'thnas
frui S, Guantan a ao for Newvport;
'Sylvia from Norfollk for Washing-
ton; Wheeling from Port au Prince
for Guantanamo.
NOTPEP--.-Celtcc ordered to Boston
Yard for repairs.


SPECIAL



Easter



Ollerings
WH'I'13 LAWN, 3 VAiUL)S FOR tOe
VA. %1111F OR .............. toe
IROWN COTTON, 3 LV)S. 'ORl 10ec
i(AMITIlt', YA-I) WfJ)E 4I FO01 l.Oc
I'INEl VPi. i,. ..S, PElR VA..) lc
N,;M);l(iil' I 'I', : S, :1 1 YDS t''O t lo(),
l. 1, :,.'>!' i ,i :.., S VY \ ,.t)8 l.''0 l l(c
( (, A;. PER PAIR, ....... 1.
(l;i; S h AN'Si I AN IB SI: 'lR i ll . . . . . . -5(lc,
IB-Ol';S' SOI'PE"S .,LLS ES, PEi,
PE PAIR ... . .......... $1.00
C3IlA)IEX4'S SOFT SOLU SUP-
BOYS' SHOES, ALL SITES, PER
PAIR .E.... ......A... $..00
MEN'S SHOES, ALTL SIZES, LACE
AND GATORS, BLACK AND TAN,
AT PER PAIR .......... $1.95
MEN'S PANTS, BEST QUALITY,
AT ................. $ .00 UP
MEN'8 PNTS, BLUE SERGE, BEST
QUALITY, SIZE WAIST 80 TO
.10, AT PER PAIR ........ 82.00
YOUTHS PANTt, IN BLUE CLOTH,
PER PAIR ............. $1.00
CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS, GO AT
FROM ...........-.,, l o UP
BOYS' SUITfl, IN WVIBTE 7Sc UP
BOYS' SUITS, IN BLUE SERGE,
ALL SIZES ............. $3.98
MEN'S DRESS SUITS, DLUE
SERGE, BEST QUALITY $8.2a
MEN'S DRESS SUITS, CASHMERE,
BEST QUALITY ......... $8.95
MEN'S DRESS EVENING SUITS,
GO AT ................. $4.75


SWEET-ORR OVERALLS AND
JUMPERS, AT EACH ...... 70c
SPACE WILL NOT AljOW TO
MENTION ANY MOIK ARTICLES.
WE INVITE YOUR INSPePION.




STEIN &


KIRCHIK

706 DUVAL ST


MONROE THIEATRE.
We Cater to the Beat and to tihe
Best iwe offer:
Tonight, "The Affair of the De-
serted House."
It's Ruth contention that no one
need lead a humdrum existence-
Qhat adventures aplenty can be
found by those who seek them.
Stung by the good-ni..tured skeptic-
ism of her friends Ruth determines
to show them their error.
Rumson, a counterfeioer, is ser-
lously wounded while escaplig from
the police. The qman manage, to
reach the house In whlhlh lie and his
daughter Kate reside, With the ox-
(epttioni of his lieuten.'nt, Blair,
none of Rumson's band has ever
seen Kate,
iL..ie'ci:g a raid oni their den, the
eounterfteters lan ton hide their
plates in Rumnon's house. dFearing
'to carry the plates themselves, 'the
-men decide to have their chef's
daughter come for tUem.' Kate Is
requested to meet one of the coun-
ierfelters who will know her by the
tanner In ,which 'she Is dressed.
!., so happens that ltuthb is olad
exactly the same as Kate. Mistak-
ing her for the later, the messenger
costs Iuth, ordering the gillt to
follow him. Scemting adventure ohe
obeys. Ruth is conducted to a de-
serted house. The girl receives the
lt e. Cleverly ascertain Rumeon's
address Ruth sets out for that
place. Before entering the build-
lng, the brave girl dispatches a note
Xt the tpollce.
BIlair, returning from out. of towa
Voters his chief's home In time to
see Ruth confronting Rumson and
Kate. The man Is about to over-
power Ruth, but she ie saved by the-
timely arrival of the police. Blair
makes ibis eaca'pe.
Rushing to the deserted house,
the counterfeiter warns the gang.
The police break Into Ltie don, how-
ever, and' capture the atind. Chief
ct' Police Carton learns of Ruth's
work. He offers her n position as
special Investigator. Unable to re-
.1st the opportunity which this of-
to1:1 for further opportunity for ad-
ventures, .the girl accepts.
P1FR.E SERVICE LN SAVANNAH.
Savannah, Oa., March 23.-Thou-
,.ands attended special peace ser-
vices In Ilt'ie Savannalh Rooan
Catholic churches Sunday, at which
the prayer from Pope Benedict was
read. Bishop Kelley conducted
the services at the Cathedrail of St.
John the Baptist.


MONROE THEATRE
THE ONLY HOUSE IN KEY WMST RUN HXOI ti411 VL BY KEI
WEBT P OPLE.


THE BEST WH OP&R -ALWAYS A OO0D 8BOW, OPTlN A
OtWAT ONB.
TO-NIGHT

The Affair of the Deserted House"
RUTH ROLAND DETECTIVE 8TO1V-IN 2 PARTS.


"HIS SOUL MATE"
LaUBIN (MHD V.

"The Baggage Coach" Edison

"ON CIRCUS DAY"
S(X)MED)Y.

THURSDAY:
"The Exploits Of Elaine" 13th Episode

THE CLUTCHING HAND NEARING THE END.


JOHN LOWE, JR, SONS

Dealer in General Merchandise

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Shingles
and Laths, Walter's Galvanized Shingles, Alpha
Portland Cement, Congo Rubber Roofing, Keystone-
Galvanized Nails, Carey's Cement Roofing.

H. B. Davis 100 Per Cent Paints a J Oils.



ALL ABOARD FOR STETSON
Thinluk! Weeks Bloatld, Room, and tiiltion it'fir IuO. March 31-June
1. Students who cannot eiter' at tho start 1,1' it it.e late r even
'or it we k-and pay less. levivw courses for teacher. exaninations
JTune 8th by Supt. Shoats. It's Stetmon. That toils i;he story.
S Write and tell us why you can't t o u. Write for more particular*.
Address,
STETSON UNIVERSITY, De Land, Fla.


OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT





BON TON CORSETS


You know the superb line we

carry- --you know that with.
out a perfect fitting Corset
the dress will not hang right

We have the new spring and
summer models here.


THE LATEST STYLES, ABOUT 20 DIFFERENT $21
MODELS, IN BON TON CORSETS, $3.50 VALUE FUOR .... I 75
$2.00 CORSETS, IDASTER SALE PRTCE ............ (. 65
$1.50 CORSETS, EASTER SALE PRICE ..........4
........ .............. ......................:.::: : $ 1 3 0u
$1.25 CORSETS, EASTER SALE PRICE .............. .:9
76c COP.SETS, NASTR LB PRICE ................. 4C
........... ........... ............. ..... 4 5 c
10 DOZEN iRAUSIR WA1ISTS 0c VALUES, EBAMTER
SALE PRICE . .. ............ ............. ....... U35





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