Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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Title: The Key West morning journal
Uniform Title: Key West morning journal
Alternate Title: Morning journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: February 13, 1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091654
Volume ID: VID00121
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
lccn - sn 95026771
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<. ....: ''., '' COWE1'S( : C :.:;: .' ' ..r.rt' .: 'STOCK. QUOTATIONS ,: I--: "': :- AND' ',THE NIGGER. IN THE WOODPILE CONFESSIONS$ S'o ME MADE :IN :

; .' --J:... ; .. In the> beginning I.want to state th,,V I own, more land':on Key' : ., ) ,:

I ." ANDMAiEsUPBUDGEFOR( ._i (By Associated.Press) Large than any other,individual. I have 1580 aer on'that Key and _
b.celaber. IS"-Wheaft. be benefited more than any other property< owner there.:A few*days '
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!t t" : ,: YEAR ., 'U8.6.8. B.4/itCotn, -''Dec.mb, and ago that issue fact were and'discussed matters by any dear pertaining and good- to,friend the proposed, Richard$300,000 Peaceh., DELIBERATE mm OE i l

!- 18. 'L8 to 71.1:4'oats: Dec mbe.I. I.' ''Mr. Peaeon'favors'the Issuing'of-the: bonds' ,
": I'JF':..JIiI :t 10 .'., .'...1100. '. : .43 8-ff"'to S.4.; .... i. .; : He' came to"my office to pay :me ibill., and be goodnaturedfy..remarked \ .

,, u.o1JCT.Oft4'"' :ADE.: . "* "Well Steve,:I am going to try to convince. you to vote"torthe'bO
"""' :gi Iii' .POLiCRef" ..: .;., .. .'.i e e e',.- ., da.-- .." S ,MANY PRP.MJNENtP.N E T; PERSONS

;' "" 1 JWD' s'.N.TA.. 10E:: '11T L 11. '"All right; Dicky- replied.Iet's talk'it over," and laughingly .
f. .'...'.."'V .'....- ..... .- L ,.,...,added,-"Aa. BO :jnuch has been said about th* Nigger in 'the Woodpile, .
.' :OTHER DEPARTMENTS.CUT. CUT let us talk instead about tM-Parade of Whttej Elephants.. Now, Dicky '
' / .> ,*' -X: x' *, kDoWN' .\,. '-v. RE9UET$ ; J.iNS1; t/-Iwam.to.lr.70u.; : : a "..."questions, and. -ft is unnecessary for me to KIItiNG :
OF
', > say that I .ani sure you will"answer me frankly.: PLANS FOR VARIOUS PEOPLJ .WERE .
.".''+'"".....;?, t :;,,' r". 4 "J' 'Dicky: smiled and said.::"I'lldo that,.Steve.". But I"didn't need his ,... ; .., '
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-- .. SDBMITtEDJO Anybfedy whoknows .Peacon a LAIR--If ,t
; r BE assurance. Dicky knows also that .his ARTHUR. qOVELL, FORTY-SEVEN-V
( } : 1 /word is-his," bond nd t' add that' Went has 'had I : *
: Tar levies, ton> th* fearJ m-24 I .. nay Key never a. 'Jo >fc*' ** '" ''W
better, a more upright! ;oi more honest citizen. YEA "
;: : i" 'were:, fixed and levied at a eepseW "'. !RIlPLgEPHEW? : WAS.FORCED '
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.; .. .' COMMISSION .. "Now Dicky, continued: "let's begin with the 320 pcrea you r
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r I if+ : ..meeting' the'rconncil held iThn 'sold to Jenkins Cur" ... .Th.t.ptoperty is a White,Elephant on Jenkins, 1 I 'TO COMMIT ONE ACTS //UNDER HYPNOTIC
p.'I' day;'evening.: Under:.the;new;' bud- \ 'r, as things now; stand, and he. wants the bridge built to Dade County ao OF .

ir'2. : \ ; got ..many'changes, WiU be made 'in >1\\, .w---t ,that he can unload his, property at a good price, isn't that so, Dicky?" 1 1 I" i INFLUENCE: HIS UNCLE .- ,
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.j.I. .the city'departmentsThe"; sum of ,"U,Js, >'stev Dicky replied. ,
--- Y'1 I .J.'. "I'e ?I1S2; 57350Tla-Tequtrea. ,to, operate REPARATIONSCOUNCIL' WILL '''NowD :v.'aItbOUghyou.aold all that acreage to Jenkins, yoqatlyl i I 'h. .

i: the' city for;'the: period of 1 2S-21 STUDY BEL have' more property' Key Largd, which you consider White "rMARSHFIELD .,j. .. '
'+ s under the new" budget. UNDERTAKE TO' ; Elephant And which you hope -to unload .if the bridge is built, isn't I '
." a HASrlEEN --thatpBo-Dicky/ ?" "Yea,. Steve." JDr/e. Oct.; 13,-Plans for the deli.
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' Force 'R"dn.ed, SUGGESTIONSiT! .' 'Now1b.re'< Dr. ''Eugene C, Lowe, :who owns 820 'acres on Key berate.slaying of i prominent persons of Coos County with
4" :: STATED : : JArgowhichisa' White Elephant, and he wants the bridge built BO their
families
The folic* force, at present.consisting ; r 11 were laid by Arthur Covell 47 of "
that -he can unload too; Isn't thm so, Dicky? '"That's liD, Steve. years age, ,
01 eight members,will be.reduced r -=- v "And here's Karl Thompson,- icky, who owns 210 acres on Key "/ crippled astrologer, according to his reported confession '
to'six. One sanitary inspector another White Elephant,-and hI<" is anxious
Largo, to have the bridge With His .sixteen year..old'
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nephew Covell
will.;,b Tetalned, 'there" -being at (B1. Associated Press: ) built. ao that'he can unload also, isn't that true, Dicky?" 'I he
present?three'i': Tho;'service of";a'atatantelectileian'will . BRUSSELS; Oct .-TRe Bet; "Y a Steve, that's,trWe. is held o'n a grand jury indictment connection with the .t

: be'.eIhn nated. glen government has Invited, .the ."And-here's Walter W. Thompson, Dicky, who, together with our death of Mrs.. Fred Covell'.ovn September' 2. '
The .salary of the meat inspector will French, British'and Italian governments lriend'T.T. Thompson, ownstO acres on Key Largo, still another s
be reduced to $50. .to*refer to the Inters lied' White Elephant'and he is anxious to have the bridge built so that he ., Nephew Confesses .
4 The'appropriations to the varout: Reparation'' Commission the Belgian can unload 'too isn't that o.Dicky?" "Yes,'that'e so, Steve'

J' beneficial organizations' has J;>enj .submitted to ,the "And here's P. L. Wilson, who owns property on Key Largo, butI The nephew, authorities has confessed that
reparation plan he
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+ won':; say,anything\ his property! Dicky; because I don't know
cntfi ::T be Mercedes and American allied governments on 'Jun. 6'last to whether or not he'wants-to unlo.dbut be expects to get'H on the j t'actually killed the woman under the hypnotic influenceof

{.* 'Bed tSo* ,*which ,.heretofore navp be) used by., the commission as a basis contract to build bridge doesn't he; !DIcky'" "I think he does, Steve.1 his crippled uncle. '
been'receiving $50 _chowiIt receive.. I for a concrete plan of German candid '
repalation "Now, Dicky, you've been with me, as you always are He
.. $40. ,:Thp public ,library will' receive, . in the impending negotiations. and I will bother you with but one more question. Dicky, do you think is said to have smothered the woman with an
*430,.* deduction of $5.00. It officially, statod that three tho-rod to. Saddle Bunchy will benefit Key West any?" I i ammonia sodden handkerchief.after which he took the'

- The two,Ford cars now used by the' allied,govennmeptshave, acceded'to "I. .don't consider. this| end !'of it; a* all, Stave:1.'Dlcky"ou'ye .. body to her bedroom' and it ,
police'department have. been, prderad/ .(ba proposal, dad that -the; repara* ; been fk'anktta4th"me' ;- end I'm going' to be frank ,. prepared so as to remove any
'sold.. '; ' *i5i.. tip'ri'; commiseionKwi !, undertake"! to with you.j as I thjnk' you. feel I have always been. Dicky,; I admit to sign' of ill-handling, placing it on the front'porch'. .;' '
. you frankly that m* 580 acres area White Elephant on my hands, ..ndthat' At this juncture Arthur
1 .. Salary.JnaraaZid t. study, the; Belgian, -Vsuggeetions.- ? I am dust .. anxious y.ou and the other gentlemen to' unload Covell hobbled on hiS-cr tchw
,; r' But,"Dicky,,if-unloaded at the expenSe of Key West Taxpayers,,who, es to the telephone and called the woman's husband, saying *
'.*' 'The .salary; t>f city- heath'officer $SPA MEETING'COMMfSSIONERS l '.1 you ahd.I have agreed. ,- wOllld not be benefited 'one whi ..br"the\ 'something had gone wrong., '
a. ,, w'aplaced atr.J6T.6pi;;* The, present building of the bridge at'Key LArgo" )r"construction oWJke'road to, ;

salary being'S.OQ per-year., J ', Saddle Bunches, my conscience mould never let me rest In peace: No, ------ --- .- :,-....-. -. --- .-, ."-.... -....--.
: Dicky; you and I know that thole projects will not benefit.Key West
: Eff.ctv4Nov.'kA> : Taxpayers; yon'and I know that the effect will be Just the opposite, SAUKEE STILL .

The new'system,' will go1.?;In to effect .that.' Is, add to their. already op'p. pith p. tax burden, ,. 1 .. .,. FAREWELL\ DANCE .
i' :And my friend Dicky-agreed me that what I said true.
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November: Th.ervice of
', HELD! NOON But that,.was sot aU J *aldeMi,' I told him that I agreed with 1 FOR '
the" stcnographot fpr the. city health ,! SEARCHES
him fuUithat'thi connecting of Key Largo with LAST EVENING '
: Dade County would
a
-officer will also nbolmhcd, on'thls LYE
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tie of great l>enifit'w
5 -' ' owner otpJ'P rty on that Key: And I told him
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more tban'any'other
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''t. aw .it-I4.: ... Wi'" yR" .Ilt 1, ) .. : TODAY...BUT DEFEJR- ,;: owner, I wan!, and'J still any time) to join in a'movement LOST STEAMERNOTHING ..IGRANDSUCCESS } t tQIVEN
'' ''':+ ''iJ"V_ ,, 'f.t_ to connect-Upper' Key and Key Largo! with .
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'" '... / RET*. j;< TOWlGHT.( .County b"o ie trict '
aaa..reli those for
t,, .. -JI"''''" eerowitoi f ,(:, D1a on 'Keys- to'pay. .., ..... '
tefuI . ithm .improvement-. _- ,
; tteti v WTiEIUtq'p1tTANT' biATfl '? "f
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... ,;; ..'t.. t.ith, the ylty M.1ec: .y..,,,,'. 'r' ::.:J ".. "t'J'\.2<',...,.:: p t; ., > vWe. the.prepMiy, K.ysI ,siddfitrtiur'tohim, . FURTHER, .HEARD: IN HONOR JftF DR. AND !:' J: ;".
'. II' :U"W . 4'I -rwllt b.tHI'I): .lt* by-ttich'aiv gmprovsmeat'aM'-1et---=payourselves' '
,",<'", i]( .-WoMbeb" ti.mad, rj"q'J.be :nec&...,,'..;. .u;. ,Jt::1"::':" "L' "':i' '!.t'..;:=t '; ? ;..}f.., I JJ Jpelai' t *"t! ; aM"' oP a k'btbes q>bopl.:-.rpn. '.,*.f9't'OHIP REPORTED TO llRS. C. W. BRUNSON WHO't f.
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4rt.!; (;>t.... r" T ... ii;' ee4parsl.t ""M..t ;' r )FduY;4tg I..t"'IIUtl..ThIt -/ OTHEK PARTS. ,Jj!
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.. nl i \ :".. n .ftttdtbia'U. ) :.eaW. ;. of LK ':;teals An incroa! q of! thousands, po4 ., ,: V t lax d
rc 1 'q bahnttn Ne",ec i .r k7nelrUJ-..: 'fb 'p. (:'41ic 'i to tay,. [., 'IXMY*r'property, but I.. ?

11;..1":' 1Dmiiis; t 'o""rr', "r V'1t".t1.i" W.dpw j jJ (: .;t j ;: r-'ihoDiGl r. to dig' down into hh pocket to pay*. That the crow of 80 men perished The cr social event'of', the '" ' '
,' ;!'f.Pozll'W i ia ..i .' JotI(:" "" ilue'of 'my X..tr" land. As I when the tanker City of Everett
aqK for the Pirates
: season
Kf ft Club the
z\!*is.ti k *'W.l i .f i ,tt:B ttrr W+t6o"abs@ tcp,,p.t., I1Qq \ 1 1t11-H'' : : ta pay a larger: SUM than any other went down 160' miles west of Tor- was
) the farewell dance evening
;.ft3q a"'II': o>. in event the Road District is given last by
:.k5' ? :, For Bo Jf 4 nbUrWck, --".,>:''v, IL..'; opeleg4advlser; .tAt thfri J};JI;. l IIteta .- .-j traen,-t put,op mr'; hare., tugas Thursday the belief held this
f'",T, .K P .'$t,..... + bq,'M '-.;"'"" -", ;.;."- : .. ..."I!El .huadtrdeof; ,ltcii'.. and t know, as) every out by shipping circle popular club in honor of Dr. .,
"\> lJ 7'b eOmD\ lonlll'llol.' the and Mrs. C.. W. Brunson, who'{ will -
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I ; ;' q > lCey:!Weater f emt'Taxpayers ire poor. I know some of them The Coast Gurd Cutter Saukee reports -,
:Fotmen's'lrepilontntittAeFor: : lIItt: thtfsbdjpued'.u> .'18" .o'cloekO' io r'.'Wbo' hav4'to>'' =!her( earnings to,the' utmost-yesv know hiving' made an extensive leave soon for"Haiti-where'they; : will

-.* .o.t.;, "r" ' +!4.-\f.\...., .. <"Ii'Maloflewho' !' .wosLaetain.; .aome who_") < to : h "nselvee ,in buying the necessities search of the vicinity where the make their :future' home. <; ..,( ..
: golf courS'and. ,p rka',01, \ Attorney life:tc get together uLaat ney.to: pay their taxes: and..I don't Everett),was first reported ..to, be . Promptly .t'8 o'clock automobiles a
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Total" ,_t-l", ....r:1 + ,-v -*.*- V: ,ed i .etoeplt,court- .-1>Mat :,.;>. ,to.be..b.' ;: tt..t... tense.- -,. sinking' stern first. The S ukoe "is/ containing the Pirated in full regalia e.; \ 4r I

"' .,...' .t16.n'' ogdette.l .fg S bent- ,thetneftlsrcthisgevgningrw I snj not playing .for oct, gentlemen. I am"only1.writing still continuing, the search althoughthe and their friends assembled at .La- f" :".'. ar'l'
novf what: 'have been Is weeks about this matter. And I. .
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captain .that it le',.impossible :
f BriM { S'cession'hoaded
:.;: : l C" ? Present .i'tHhe/meeting tiday-were :p:.. have not criticised:.> +b r. he baa 'been for or against the. for life boats to have weathered pavilipif'and forming n- pro- ... .
band rode
by a to 1- a'
... ""' -.... ..;: .." ,tenyml.4ioner.'DKlreltfieinor,, '"Cud y' .. bond issu."forrl.i.e1!fs84, a4'll' : realize,' that every man has the. the rough seas where the. Everett the air station on Palm Avnue M. ,'
2 Warren iris(. ialdl""" ":. 'lST '. w., right to his own! opinion.ol'b.y, ends who are in favor of the pro. '
and friends4vho went under. where a pleashnt evening was spent.
FOR jeet.- areC'aga: jt" and I have regretted keenly that 4j
some of them have' been'so in lous in advocating or opposing.the. Was Location Right With the light from the cars illuminating . '
.).<. ..... t, ':;- r. ..., '" WALK' TOt measure as! to l let their. paseloiT ': the betten\ of them. It is believed, however, that the : the large hall end music ..

; a.'IDENT:: lWCC >T* A sUVHf )>f.:course,'vl,am awarei there are IOm4.' advocates of the location 8'lvt'n by the master of the I furnished by a five pieco orchestra, f'
; 'TOLWHT-STATION .,at. el f'*F **lJJffj.. fftf measure, whd'w l'not agr Ir. Peacon, who favors it, or'with inking vessel wAs merely a guess, I! dancing was enjoyed until 'a late'
.t >* (i *,"? o __ .1""' me, who fs against it'that tbia4to Saddle Bunches will not benefit given on the Iiripulse of the moment hour. .- ;!
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,e I.ii JBRINTCNDENTvV.DEMERITTit 1 t",AtLANtA Oct. J*'18.T-Apppe; Y
T2* Wr .J\:: > t"-i"Adf* .;"", ' : \ 25 students of th. Diversity West'raxpayery. ., I't respeeU'their opinion. Neither they nor I.. the: master to take the bearings of and Mrs. C. W. Brunoon a t rlinlr' iti 4 4,
'* X VREVE3TS< : Al PAOPItIATIONy' walked of know definitely .whethen"noVtbeiroad will help us locally, and I am '
of Jlorida .with the-'aid: at nightfall and it is be- silver card tray: .1>>. Branson responded cf s4
*** J1Mt 4OUrWG rlr6ti: lift to Atlanta.to.,.wtnesa the'; FloridaTech. Tree to .dmlt'tbat their opll\WiD.ltJuat: as good as) mine, because the Need that the location broadcasted I l'
,TO oooLFCilt| outcome' is Ioked sloreioose .- I with a short talk of appreciation
Ct .. up'in-tne of the future. .I *hall.says.
; : .- ,thisr Afternoon,
'" "'" football gam!\ i* -ftllll i ugh, thai I don't bUeYe' tlJtl1:the-money of -Taxpayers'should1 be was the destination the ship when and their regret of having to y,

$.., 1a TIECES3BYrWIORICw; .sccording'to'lesdeia"ofthe stridentbody risked in-furthering a proJeO-sibAit>> ,the ontconte. of which'we know bearings was last taken. leave Key West and such n congenial.
.. . .ti ';j. ;}).}'>; ....,r...\t ".. i ,wbichwer. here in number for absolutely nothing of *' pot!"*#< .ature. I look upon the i 1->,> 'WiW iIt :w..umeriu8a.perln- the game! 'East Cromwell. and Owen' Bl1nclt ro.d: alt+a'pro: j set .,..'..fclnd, because the road l leads to the boats who" made a thorough search Throughout' evening bountiful "

4, ...._ :.:xenaeitAot the' Seventhwcnuwuisji: Pittman arrived yesterday afternoon, '.nothing but aa-.tch. ; tangles' of "Ongreed of the vicinity that not even a float refreshments were served. +
f j''',,District has/. rece'samcnded to< tho haying started troad.;; Gaineeville 'the etherbandIgbbipawree: , that \K.yroveLsrg bridge ng object has been seen which could Those present at this delightful!, affair -
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r .j'! !-'if1''l! "4LlgnthQnse' Bureau)Iraprovem nts! for Wednesday wearing placards reading"' -will benefit the property-o>rn Mf>f Key. Largo,, and ,|t was for that hate: come. from the Everett. It I.a is were: Pirate I. N.,:Meltaor, .. <' f thta-diatrici\ totiUn ,$88,000.*, <* "Tech ctt' bist"'and 'glvo'tis- lift,'. reason that 1"suggestedJlhat" *,.;fprm a Bond District tq not only known fact that the life boats and Brice, Harry Warren; Walter ,

ITt i i !!i''i' :..If' thta\ :'amount( <'is,''appropriatedI The trif'osti' them 'forty'cents" ,, Ttij Maj build enmbe.thebrldg., .- .but' alsd' .to./onwfct1; : op Plantatlon"Key'and-Upper. '' ; other* equipment from they .tanker Lightboum. JoeBrooka, KnightJobnon u +'
-"I'l.rgliTr
:* "a.. t' Sa bkh" ?- .probably :bo-.*, done,. .tb* boil'from" Mf, mL.- <.. ...,..y'r z..;, ,..-;;But, setjvs' of, the ady9'! 'tea fa jKN.**jisk, if I feel sure that the K.y.bri4ft''II ., would have floated. Gat..The U. J. Delgtelp t>> ', Maurice ;;
t oll.J"wt1\be" used In rebuilding and ( Forty-Five MHo Rivas, A. H. $.MltchclJ,.fl-W.; Fullir '
'Ill.4 a loJ: LargQ COod thl t r.:_Ji)' dotat I think that Monro County '
; ' '.r-lxiUlng; .I& .'serviceable: 'shape- ;the ME'. CR.Q.IN\RG: ': A .__, .aoL wheM' rffkbe 1 benefited-byIhe: Increased t assessments on that Kay captain of the Baukee re .and Charles 'Tbpmpsonb 'MesdameS t
.;. '* ;taruotures; ;.tEgmontKq which r .SHOT"O: ; DEATH My anserv ;P1a.t."t.I1at.tbi\m: ,on Key; Largo Is not only ports.that when he arrived on the re- t Charles Thompson,.E. (0;', Manskof $
were-tb dly' damaged'i by- the hurricane : , assessed,-by.ac? age, JMtead pi'pyvief.Vju) we are here in Key West, ported scene of dtsmstor there was; '1fortyfiv."mHe and A. H. Mitchell; Misses MabelDepneritt .r '
r.f"i-4: .. .' 19flV4. ..Improvcmenl-- ;will AI :- : ".,;;, ')< but has"Wl4ur'ui-asiesenaent't! .;
r oleo be'made ',Pt,'Samba!, GasparflUZa1ajhdr (ByAisdZtat.d:; Press) r. will. be IMfMTppreciably'in KeyVe: .t.; Key Largo, as most of my, seas running monh 1"i >high.! . Sharpley, Elizabeth Sltarpley'Ktaerino ; f' r
Punta' Bassa :and ,Anclote: RICHMOND, ,: Va ; ;Oet. .' U-'.. "f readers' way knowMs thirty mih Ions>'end, yft its assessment i is only Pcasa,.,Dorothy' Pease, Mary i'
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,, '* "/ ' ' stfgtitly more tlan,d180,000( .+t-i >'o tbe i.rd mile. Let '
r yr :J < h'1? JSorae.: ',: negtoof'Walkertoii' > only 18,000 a Curtis Wf Maine,{ Margaret Curtis, ,,
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,It-rl... .b oye,;...1de\i\ ,,wIU-'ttithe' t1t was'takenr frdnx' .tttk rs.near'the us add double to the that County's! figure. ':? r.triple3l4 yetth few thousand.dollars it will INDIANAaOSED; Euphemia Botti; 'Bessie Woodruff, I }

,dredged: .*oU.;leading,..to, Tampa King end QrteT": ."Dty.Courthouse would,"--*''tut.'a-DohaInto- Caadurcyit.q.lread' } but! ever' the entire County; . TODAY Florence BradY" arid Mary Cabrera;
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and. .'.Port-Tunpa.ek'will\; ;. >*\) 0* last ,.night and shot to;; ettJJ-b7' a :SqW.-I:: ; o :' f!.p3'oj"pock4 i> average' Taxp.yirln"'iyl \', . '. \"" '; Messrs. Dan Navarro, Hamilton '.

i aiMlatance; to ships entering and party of,about'10 porsonis atcordjngtosrord \\ '" ''In ep.altlii"foul. the J>End-}"a.fi'wment on Key Largo, we JCH should :(By Assoelai .PresalKENTLAND I Hicks,. Joseph Cabrera, S. C. Bolt, 1
KrvS( C, theeT ports, will:Js; a jfc-W; .tooelired'here today&b; *_" t aJway>:b. .... Iw_mind' that.the tsn.infc *t.Uc.d,:"'NW.htl wm po uurk !fiTh:. negro-wms.).inttakgni jail railroad .... : ; Assessor baa 'SK' more peto- 'De poait" .Bank of this Mrs. !H.. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.

the 'eenter,o*thechannels+'andtlietth.tnmm. Neharged with; attacking: : a whit*;+ ea .."' ...' ehe. at you, or I vevThat'l. don*; by>> city, or",which Governor KcCra-wa WafdloW' ,.;.Mr. and Mrr/ Dexter P.
fr 'bbl;'re-.te.>i placed .' V) ':, ;-t .:., ;; "j.'th*; St* rirosd'rswsamenkt. << nt W Just aslikely be de- president uata.shortly before his f i- Dorgan W.'and Mrs. J. M.N.va.rro {

Nt MKu{.pdetl'"againel;; =.-!.hgtricanea8nyrihterident : r.*J'eT-M Co' nlssue U approved. Of bourse, nanclal difficulties; bsesmdpnblia, and Dr. and MnC.( >.W. ]Brunson. .
bed CilVlfliVINlf. ttobghri; Ian ...rxthattl1: inmaKe will ht eYeas the railbo -. :TWilliawDarroeh 'r
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: roadie .increased
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.. ?will be nrrmQUn ted' by .the, ,1tg31tL .. : .. : sy as president, said a. orgsmUxUoi. 1 x7
; + ;., "jn..; ,I.. w. ... sd'asemgnF.; p. .r-Largo4Id. be increased .tf ill* bonds 1" :AMUSEMENTS
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: J. RENCH AVIAT ; r L1tiisoea re.y resent, dii rjrrtiu STRESSEMANN'S MONROE THEATRE '. I 0 j''i
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s .'JltNDCb Aviator Maheyro'teiapeUngi # 1'proprUtion'for'-the IOIr'' ttf:;> a .:I: Iorrgrfbfrlhstp.rsGn.q rrlas-U :1'oon't wsiAg theor -' hip t1-''b-r.llftn-rri'ad ,", ;a ero.oon adopted: Chancellor STRAND THEATRE. ,......,.. ,
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$!; 1'::i .. THE :KEY:>''WEST CITIZEN .' .' .,. . ''CONFIDENCE,.. .. ... ?,NECESSARY' 'ii'f ;)" h'r'; I ,I..K., f Vt .. .1 N <. ". -xr.'. .,'. m., ;_.'r- ,' ..,.. '' '
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,I .'.'.'1'Ilaar, "TI.WCN r"AN.ra'PI18LIIH.NG" .Ma.apr ceti' '. .. *";"if"thTei*.I' :y t' ;t*city_h 'is "to .keep.' stride. ? with the gaeaf I." de-, BNCOLN .flSED. TflE .fJNkJNO{ -. y.

L .L Pt : w'N vclopment of the state there'muat b* a'greater emopetratiop ,
second'ela matter ,- i r ". i t 'To 'lighi'him. In WcHt dies. .Absorbed in 'Tils' beloved!' -books, he /
FJa., a. ; : :
Bntered at Key Wet., .QL faith in. :the': place! by :those who are' 1n f I'
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.', ,' "., ,... . .- ? ; : : ., ,'Yery..often forgot the crude,,flickering, !g n"" .
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I' .. ... ,. the Ae. .Ute. Preew i ,, 'f ttion to help' in that' 1 hadejlared ( .
,.. of,,I it *r'. e < i>o. , .; development.' \ > 1 bO'l,1t..nAu'i\\!\ 11 wed l, ...:u.1 j u!
.. wvclatd Pre.*-l* toe'sot a. ,
mm j> oelr.dlted tall
p... .of isll'iwwa dIap at "ItIs, ..ana tterl' Ix.;; and ,-'_ tbs ? .. MTHIS
....rwl. -ta+-.dlted In'..tdl paper ffi POOR .\
. ..oeal -.... pufcUbed herein. veet where the'greaiest : USED ; ( JUGHTBecause
. . .. *money. . return can beptkt. ,. :
"" '11. NEWS, p' t;;AO A'IrION : , _
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1 :; II Dlame' for that .1\1 Ih. ""
'h 'IJ..cBi"'JON RATJBB cd-Ctrtainly-noon4 o doing But
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.;, : 'dMe-Wv._I _.:. .;._... ' _'1.... : \ I ". &'MEMBE ,'"o. -.117 't'' ;:Jt was 1.t e "{#!einy'best light that.he could eet. . I
.'"0.t1l.; '.___.:.__.., -. . , .1... there. );1* however a duty to the'home city to look well '. .%'j. ."'>. >?., .''... ... II ,... . .. '
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.kJF "' 'N----, before money which'has; been- made there. is else t v- ROADS'. WILL ALWAYl9E.GREItTNEED : NOW,\ ARE. ;:.yau. /: :

.-s rr ADvIOaTI,1Ma RATES where 16'enrich. another plaEe..at the cost ef the bom*. : *-, **. '.**, .
Dtapisy. t. Inch .L..t.L. .,.. .e1q . _. )1 uViJk'with about
.a..d.ra.I brevier> t per lnrh_. ........ ....--...--....-..-.. ..0'1.1 Investigation, will show that in, many' i.netan e1money' "Wbet'ithie: aeiof; buildingTgreathlrthwayasysteiilai1Jat | Dstng'the, eetl.Ligbt:.Tall bleTTlTen'let yon ,
as.a..., bonpa r1.1.r. per Inch. ,....._.__....____._ ... .. ( 'j!eves} ny! the I Service., -
', ; sent from one city; to another, particularly i : .an {.expense of ftrE1ectriC. .

.. Card**, other'-'>f lll'"nll."Jvflon"than Ihort whl.-l.. o the( r.et paper. and may obituarycwMfe viva. a. where. that money is loaned,..br'used for the putpos.' million in a few and short miUroos'yean of all:Collars I the .freightand whe'n '1S .THE HOME I VIRED?
wb'Il "the of *
a jnatior-of n" bo charged tar at rat. .:
wawa I' of. dol g in the other places just what is'' needed .at passenger traffic win.be carriedin ,
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Kotloe of church and ,society 'and all oilier enter- the air!" !I' : ;
--_ . 11 :Inmeut from *"'.b leh-" **"v.nue la to be derived Will home,. and ,which if invested; there ,would .bringyjusy'"' nakedby ." _ ..
fee charged, for at the raveB cent a line. : The question is always being r ,
The CIttT.ne/ an opn forum and Invite dlrnalcn better and the ; usually who We have adopted 'poJicy he-rebY '
ft publlrf Moea and nut>Hfta of local or general Interest, as. great or returns. at same time do some one ; some one

Dot It, will got i publish anonymous. communication I that 'which would make the.... ... home.. city a '-oTBAtpr--. .r is unendowed. .>> ..nature"with faculty; _. .' every home In Key West ran.-secure- .,-
't---- of thinking straight but sometimes Electric Service. .
p S. . .' . . . . .-. richer field for investment. \1 those whir think .. .
bunJVIt.heut dataon
by ; '
and show
Telephone! 16 let UI 'you
.* 'There is an imperative demand here today for which to go., .
how and win help
we can
.MPROVEMErITS',ADVOCATED BY CITIZEN J certain Improvements which are entitled to the consideration The next ten, or the next hundred you.'A

,. of those who are in position to take cam' years;! will see enormous strides'madein & .'
aviation. Mail, some express,
e of them. Among other a commercial hotel; 'a.recrea.tlon .-,
1. Water and traffic will via
sewerage some passenger go THE KEY WEsT ELECTRIC 'COMPANY-
2. Hot.el3. -. pier and an organization Which would ptbvldo plane, and much sport and'' travel will .

.. Bathing pavilion;!. 0 tor' those who have a desire. to ,own. their .owti' homes use. it. $pt.fo future development l 'r"" IJ w,' ;... /10. .J< i : '.J'

4. Road to mainland where it 'could be'done by: the paymentof -aroaaeln.able I tit fundamental aeronautics-fact-* csa'overcome of nature, that the to . '.. ..L.. .t.I !I i :JI ... .. t.,,,,,,,.....

initial sum. Those are the propositions '" "
very
a raise a weight in the.atr. .and majnt-

< . . 0 . 0' " 0 . 1 I : .. S eWe which ar& being promoted in other cities .and which J J tarn it there require, power and FLORIDA.f EAST COAST-RAILWAY ,

are in many Instances 'made 'possible by''reason of i power !Ie an equivalent for FLACLEK SYSTEM

know some men are progressive( -they've: funds which are secured outside of the .place.. J I Ivalnal; in our terms, money.; ? .. g. "rCa4".s.1. Sch.',.-al. Effective J... 1C, IMS :
' I J Therefore, no matter how desirable e ..1f'l'' .$. 1RD: 'JlOaTBI. 01JW'DAAlUTa .
told us to. The fact that one has prospered and made money' ( ......
I 111* A.. it-THA1NS It AND a/-HAVANA 8FBdAZ Tit*' P. II.Ii.p .
to such an extent that ho can help other communitiesor
1L-TRAINS1 AND /t-:.:JC.T WBBTEXPRESS-1S A M.
The world doesn't produce statesmen cities, should in itself prompt confidence in that j to support a weight can compete in
anymore .;;cheapness with those in which the ,'.e ltirtb.r .... u-. lea the Ticket .. rcBt -y' ,
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------ With confidence .
the -establishment '
of-thcnv place. will
most : are-politicians. "
weight Is borne) tho'earth. .,J.. ,. RAHNER, General Passenger Agent. .
'. come development fqr not only will local capital bi; There will always be railroads always .. 0 .,- -

Monroe County's bond issue campaign! has de. available for necessary enterprises. but 'outside be vessels.on th..\\Vater, .alwaysbe

Tel oped tome talent in "an acribcndi." sistance will be attracted. It Will l work wherever tries roads and road ve ,..lol.s. They will .. -
; change, improve become more economical -
t, . in a double way. I .speedy' safe but GOING.TO
6 more more 1 '.
All at it and always at is, slogan adopted by .j the earth will continue to carry the

the Lake Worth Leader, is worthy of emulation. TRANSOCEANIC RADIO SERVICE I bulk .of.'the traffic' simply and solely I II HAVANA

, because,, {\jt .doesn't' charge anythingforihojdJnh STOP AT THE

; "He who does not advance goes backward," but. The United States Government has,removed the I.nature(; : n .lcea'up us the pay Weight, and whereas beavily, "ROYAL'PALM HOTEL"JtaVftBaB -

selling by want-ads.will) put your bue.inesa't the front. war restriction on commercial radio service': and' the Ito( hold the.peigbt'upip.the:<< (; I air, while newest hotel laaog-: ,

. Navy Department has restored to the Rpdio'Corpora- vwetransport...",. y... r wited,. 'to cater particularly toUe
tThose who build Toads will EnelJab.-.pe klq traveler.
today
which built !
To "keep in the middle of the road" may have tion of America those stations were and* Aot"Hve to Bee..:the .t1nte when their A. L. PRATT, .Booms are unsurpassed in Ha-

been sound advice before flivvers and speed hounds. equipped In 1914 by the Marconi Wireless'Telegraph ,
were invented Company of America for:tra'ns&cean service. ' rpads, today.wjl| never Ush-Bpeaklng staff that can in.t.iligenUy .

w4- In addition I to the. agreements previously entered, 'I' see the ciaY'j agabiaS jje.V .disused..Wibse bonds ar-e'' L... Dn'pUcateJ IOpt1cL.; O. tbo Day. .....I-menta. interpret Rata .are your very re-
outstanding highways.
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into with countries' 'l In Europe for transocean radio "
Alter the bond election next Tuesday and the ,The airways wiilrbe Increasingly: used, moderate, consistent with first-
W" eervlce1t !faced the situation arising out of' the GVeaiH tl CaaepWl BU.., Piraeus St. 'service, '
. ...., local. political. campaign will get hut notlforfretghtlI : I. class .
0 ;k" ;:* -i1g.t'i; ; *'* .. ; -.* ''*. > "' .. < *._ .t'War/'inrhicb practically every,ftaropean country d I .... ...,..,.....:r.: <.,; .... .. .-. .. '" Siaal 1.R.eiu; fro. .Z.oo .
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'fnandcdi\ direct 'r dlo 'conimunica.faonTwlti.th'eV'U'p\ : o.;.... \hr. ... .) ,
. h ,.a J mo'w' ; f 4<:U ... IJ.i| f'S /- ' j.. t.J 7:.;...
With the girl. demanding so much nowadays, tho States.. .t I //V/ THE DATSMEWS SAWYER'S CYCLE WORKS:.V Hotel Royal Palm Han "

-, general query when 'engagements.. are announced is, The need for the provision of; modern facilltie! I . c... Eat* a .....r*.....Sta. Uniformed interpreters meet

.... .. "Who is the plucky'man?" for carrying on radio communication those coani -',:. ;BIe/ele.. every" '.boat,and win 'assist! :you,
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' ,' ., ), ,'""i/t.:; ? ,'" ':.' : ; -treswith'which sgreemebts'hitd"a\ready'lieen"madti' A, native Semeca/Ont? :.. Sir 'Edmund PIS'Itp'1n'i. at customs.' .',, .j(' '_ .
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'J, : .. ..u'7; ,; ? ; ; : ': ; ' n* *i* "''., *' : Walker; who ,(celebrates''his ., .. '; . . .Ask' Mr.. Foster'_ x

'. .j.j'I.:\ .'fet;li;:!.ln'orderto' : ,, .be happy and;contented It.1!la a* good ,',wasf imperative; and hardly;, less .Imperative was tinf')'4 i inew seventy-fifth: blrthdgytomorjow; ,is .., Palm"" -He about knows"The and*iReyal .

: plan .to measure our,,..dellbrr! ;fortunes' and I'not'' j jr need 'fo'r the expansion, of our. s 'to'meet'i, th president of th.e' Canadian(Bank 'of recommends it.*"' .' '
, . .. .., S' ...... ,'" I. ",,"'\\I ,..r1,1; ,I< 4s./': \,.' ':\<<. Commerce and : ,n- .11 .r.kt.v-'' I p\t-J' ,
\ IJ tJle'outatand
. situation. t. one ; : ; .
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." our forttinee by 'OUI' desires, " .' / : : ::i"t-" t<: ;, : .' ,::::: ;, .'!.t;. -$' . !. 4,4- j ;. "
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Canada'i' --
ing> figures'- in" financialcircle's. .
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-- 'The present system of'-operation' has six: ;transm ] i. ..:
Entering the"employ; of'the '- .
TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES1816Benjamn I
It is a.duty to vote, a duty which cannot in good,. I tiers on'the Atlantic. coast two .in Tucke'rton, ori.-;' Canadian Bank'of .Commerce in' 1868
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I faith be evaded and no qualified voter should fail to In New Brunswick, one in Marion, and two in .Owv as a discount cjerk: he advanced; step . ,.
by step, until he reached the highest : HAYDN ILLINGWORTH, :
Radio Central station thee
on Long Island. All
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his will at the next
express polls Tuesday.
.". ...... .. i rank of the financial ladder. Sir ( H. Brewstef, attorney $- PIANOS :
.- transmitters are controlled directly from the traffh Edmund fs regarded xs one of the general in, .the cabinet of : TUNED- 'AND REPAIRED' .

'. \ An Italian art magazine prints a picture of a linotype office in' New York City. T iC I I keenest bankers and is one., of the President Arthur born in Salem PHONE 117 ,4 oj :

machine which it says has more beauty in its The transmitting station on Long laland.=:knoll' I most congenial men of the Dominion.' County M. J. Died April f, 1868. .: S24, ELIZABETH,;......, STREET. :.

strength and perfect efficiency than the Venus de as "Radio Central"-and the receiving .station at I belling the/Var period he gave valu- ........- ........... ,.....
1823 James
able aid In the raising of war loans H.nl'.SaUlbury. on'eof .
MUo. Rlverhead, Long Island represent the modern ,.', 'steni. the first American
I !in Canada., He! has, ,acted for many physicians to STAR- COFFEE MILTSDalciou.
The characteristic features of the t transmitting ity'stem years as chairman of. the boardof investigate; the germ; -theory of disease ; ;.f' '"'

are: The high-frequency alternator the governors of,the, University of Can- born in Cortland County N. Y. ,and Refreshing.
There is many a man who was formerly a Key 'multiglc- 1 "'A' 4 ;; ;
-- ada rind has been liberal benefac- Died in 1905. I 'JiHeUmu cap 'of rI_ finor"
West Child but there is only one Child that was for- tuned antenna, the speed wavelength regulator .and tor' of the Royal Ontario.. Museum COFFEE.. a- beautiful ..n..t. all

"- mer.1Y" Key West man. If you do not understand, the magnetic amplifier, and other educational 'and philanthropic ''1845-Gene"rWike" K. Arml- u..a.. That Is- why.verybeelyv wh

ask us. .r 1 institutions in his home city stead who commanded u..' Florida ka* triad ear COFFEE'Is a STAB

.. LEAGUE STRENGTH IN WEAKNESS of Toronto. He baa traveled widely army: in .the war against' the Seminoles COFFEE' MILLS ...-...Iti.t1

polygamy. 1 having In recent years made lengthy died at TJpperville, Va. Born f II;GREENE ST..i.J ,CFHONE aM
The Turks have decided to keep out of tours in the Orient and South in Virginia about \185

Turkey. In justification of their move they quote a One of the principal objections to ,the League of I America -- ALLAN"CLEARE &

biblical! injunction which says "No 'man can serve Nations voiced 1 by its consistent oPp'on' ,'was> that, 1878-Third trial of Edward S. :

'. '. two it constituted a military alliance that i Hall's Catarrh= Medicine Stokes for.the murder of James Fink
masters. or superstate. :. ; began in New York. "r t(lMPANY ''
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*II ""'-- could compel the United States to send men overseasto Tbos* vbd are 'In a "run down" oopdl* : .:. 1
Uoo will ootle that Catarrh bothers
While handing a bouquet to the man' who makes tight European quarrels. Its defenders saldljthat food them-health.Thl much more than fact when prove they that are1 whll'la 1887-The President and Mrs. Whole..t '|lroc.rB,an'd ,'

two'blade.* of grass grow .Where only one grew before, _. this was not so. They now see proof of their defense : Influenced Catarrh I. a local dlmaM' U. I* BTeatly. ,' Cleveland visited Kansas City. ..ComRtialon''Merchants
bjr con.lltunonal'eondiuon.
: why,dot decorate the clergyman'who marries! two tools 'in the League's recent attitude toward th.::Gieek- HALVE CATARRH MEDICINE consists f -- ell FRONT STREETP.
.- : of aa Ointment: which; Quickly 1909-Prof. Francisco: Ferrer accused '
and 1P"ke. them one. ; Italian. affair. MI>: '.r Relieve vbv .loeaV/appUoatlon. .nd the j' of revolutionary activity, was O.'BOI IS: KY' WEST*FLA
... t'" ( . rye Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which aslata .
. .... Called by some a sign of weakaepe't1ii?'U jue'r la Improving: General Health. executed at Barcelona,, Spain.

,..:. TAXES AND PUBLIC OWNERSHIP failyre to do anything more than discus and denounce Sold. J.by bdrugglat.-for.. j .:T over o.OTeara I Ir. JoHN
\\ + 1911 C.. PARK
N -The Duke of Con naught was '
the Italian .action- is now pointed'to as ,.Idthies that installed
; FVRNITtJRIS aa Governor General o;
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.. Property owned ,by the federal government' I is i nof It;will not plunge nations In to.warfare 'agamst their < -:RE.U7/ATED' Canada. , t PLUMBER12. _
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.' aubject' to taxation. If public ownership were adopted legislative wills. .The League'offeri;'-'ntachinfcry, for t7pb.bta,.. ..4. RrIIalahd. ,... I SIMONTON 5TREBTPh.

meditation U : -'feit i ? ......... Mat Ova. ''Ma..... ... \ 1920 -The' first jnry of women in .' ...
in this country and the tax-free! exemption con- the member nation ongly _. ... New .. M7-J when (. Jie.....1 *er ri eet)
Silvered. Jersey sat ,
in a civil suit '
..atOrange'
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I .tinned there would be enormous losse to' public enough, on a given: 'tnatter they; would no -doubt agreeto W, .:.. .:/C.- CaAR11Yb' .... : '. I. ''''"_-r, ..'.. ..> .'.* tWo"':--Ida.' ."-; :1, '.

. treasuries, quite enough to force a radical revision of repressive measures to. be applle'dr! :to 'sin "unjustly au ...... ..S....... :7btr.: . Ia 1'- : T '
Saillitfif'
.. public expenditure a hunt for new sources of InlOil' aggressive state." Those ineaaarea, however., ,night !be .. '" ." ,.... .,' '' -Announcemen that 'The ,.,i .'dUAf bmd1l'. \ Cmmter, '

'.. t come .! economic,.or" moNril! athqr lnan''mllHaryr)',Mid ;agree. : ..,ae.P': l ft..; ft::7 r !!2J.Pei:J1I1,{,, IWI'rA .caer TtlDnnal'had awarded' .Nor k pI,4:;!! :;Be,.et"a. *,, "
... ? Rre1uolnt. fit gill pro. way $'1.000.000 for ships requisitioned .. JI ..tlq, CatitLfo
. '!h'plMn; 'riiU"" y:i paid! ti! amounting\ \ ":to9 men$ Ion strong........., among'-eomany' r l lrent dean<$f.-.Jfenr' ,
I 'OSfri7d'f/ is ''to 'n.tl4) IIIrmuat atW-.",i diftlt gltY;.", ,, "Jo-. viatlr; I. Wort'" -W.A' . eoRitM
; $275128,134! ; : t that'eum ; went the oalltlu./of./ d the T'r! 10 r..-..w tray. .azs

.. \ t United 'States government': trash the' remainder,' $237- .. t4ow: t,tbatS'I.lln ',eitcltemeabiebiitedasltewbatItta'bueomIl ;; i ' ; ; oe't1:' To.id : . . .,_ l Tl..s.relc..iwywi.1, bPill.
1 1\ I r state w :- 'more"guneraByfieeogalaedtbht' "cato5T.y..t) -! erop'bf peanuts. WEATHER. .,.. CHANCES CAUSE u. yktu _
, t 951,$61i. went to .the and local government '" _' * :{
: alone'
= ; .ain<>UQ{ .'to. aome- SICKNESS THOS. LcLOWEPnip.; .
;" '' ,.Public. 'ownership Quid mean the loss of all that fll ut%, th..I Ieagn_ 1I tNatlony: U -icetlnEU ; thJ>ut 'J.q!gooaMa eir..rti;; it 't\---U7'
b a ;: Extreme'changes! of weather dur- .ti\
,I, 1.(6. cely'lilli7ed .n lmlwrtwt"part m. ra.Mngpeace. r'Je7..., ;'
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:. CJ TJI '''U' nf1r Jng.;Fall ; coids'' .
i1 Y a..t. ltl:11171'ha'6i in' J.IneVeasV In 'taxation"pilib'y UwayV/ It'ia: 'tiu.rtia "'th -.iettljmsnti'waa .a .' b7 1 w..... t,..' '1'!. "' ...t coughs. /,for cause.majny quick> ; ,,i and .. i
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I -.:"< nA aWtf arindi<;ite ''tbetttotal'for 1922 will be,. bout: the Councll of .n hoaudoe i ,and;not tby; .. g ae t: -ImverUOT lae..ema. R....).,- .AJn cbeaVanU> bronchial'.ti: t 'e nb/ef & '' UED AJQt ..,

ti. 'On these properties D\K\ the.. nimdStlil'ddrlYind tlag'oflt; VM''de.a4sithe ..., < >S-de are 1'ttborlae4't.'rsfen' '' <* yovt.. eougbs;,cpidsand.croup: ,u.e'Foley'* i iJ'A r. : _:...:.
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\4S04000,0Ob: Ja'.IWt& taxes: gn ; --r.1I It fails., W.M'''.TJ v,5Mjf .IR ,,
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: b : ,. J. .wecl..t', .' .n ol. '::7 Honey )!;>,and Tar/ ..,Contalnp no ,
.: ,.-, < iBtcd tSl/62,474,1783.<< fn 'that thi rafiijay Leagui Aesemb pa ga Inftlenced') ', bpl.tes dlent >I. '
\ ino : ;year; .f' olutte' W'a1bwll-'atllbnlhJ FittyU.jfR -lngr ,pointed: oA, e :" )It Rt.Y. _

.. ". '+r. Jdjtaiee'of,.(, .. $681per. mile qt.tr6clci"whU; *'!tSg II021t ', ih.'I" 1aau.s and'exe mor: l influence t.'br9Hbout'< ; : >'e1M1RtlfaB +atop E pm'jfpQptamgtc ;' wrapper. . Largest j,.soiling;; ; : t" .ft, \.1 I ,
"- " lncreaseed', :\\.loJ.a( . 1.me "iJ .th.rwdrld.; "f J' l'JfJ ; d"utTIn 17. :; Fnedlctna$ ,.jn the: ;.world.d" :;FiX's;: k SA nW grwv ,
; ** taxes peFmtle had been ... 'r1" ", ,, .ndtit >.. ,F't 1 '
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I. ti "'!J' '1 w/'l-"r! !) tr'I / : b sen'iied '\J : ertatlotl of ; tmogpleant
"" of snttvi.n tactivttleaitty. already7; '" .) =RJs ; product '
the'practical
N and efficient
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: : ." *" "'!'1'.} r .h llJC.,ahraniha'wflj; : rank".with the tot:: c : Pa.W .
.. pn "uaeful.'ir'' i bthed' ? colds : > ';" '' ,
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< . >" \\AI ',7i'14 d by.the.tobaccp fields pf }
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+ XLI ... ,'No.t92.. -:'f'f' .t 'I,"" xa I'URDAX'. ; OCTOBER 13, '1923. 'if' PRICE FIVE.CENTS "

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; ,n "I 1. .\ .." C "i'7'" : ''.,: T r" ... NICGER"IN .1E
" ,. Aj ; THE WOODPILE : IP INOELIBEMTE !
t frs: 2&\ & r -S STOCIG Q .. .r ;. CfiMPJRE: . ,
. .. ; ,. '. 01. .'. '_- \.j .' III'" w ''ir tie t.iat.. that-i own m're'land on: Ke,' . ,
iJl'.f./ AND. lie,. .. BcW .''..'.. : 'a. other' ,. ; I have 680 acres on t'hat' Key; and ,* '
Items .
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( "1)1 ..twe acted;by.. ithtDsde County I would' therefore, '
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j .,. : i''n.l. 'hCu19A "i 8Wbt. or.thsn' T owner there'A few days _
: d property ,
: ; berbenfip tp r
ft MING OF
BkiWoiYE December 1.09 U. d ,: &8, May f t' ( $ ,
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., '> i' .. .:tl.tS 6JTto' .... Coft'JHcemb sr,' $800,000-.is. ,
l. .. f'7' 7.8 to .77'l.i..OIa Det.mber ;i r.
. : ''an401''IC1''pe' aYbr'a fcttiJag ofthe bonds '
: ..J" 1 .j, 1'' -:. .,. '-43 S-B. fX '. 1 u-i.came me a tail llrand( good-naturedly '
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f"" ,: '.!'IN. 'POLIC' ". ,.' ". )1.. .it\-t ,.: ...,, . .' ,, \} rtc.ai' g W.'to to convince you. to vote PROMINENT. PERSONS
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I : '. .IqDUCTlOM-\MADIC. Y;*TOlMat= :'.' .. ... "t.'i."it.z. ,5t, 45Sfci a*.to.fne.I": "let's )talk It over,".' and,.laughingiy'Aa <.1 .

$ y -"?. t" .-\< ''. ,r { ao about the, Nigger in the Woodpile', '
ii lTs1' 'cu kV 't-Ii. BJ.AUQ.- 2V> ,||. .letTis .III ; :,.Whlta Elephants. Now Dicky -* n. i J''
T .. .Y ,,and it is unnecessary for me to "
: ,. Yt. R:fak WlfI'a' ..,to't.[ 't '.-li' .J.alUW 'Y'-9K.*_ lI'ilO.1L/.saiiha* .Tfcur i'tllgu' me frankly1irf. ; PLANS FOR KILLING.OF VARIOUS PEOPLEWF. ItF:', M :
"':' "I/ .. .a . : : '- d that l dldn't Deed his
1 >' i lIi."J'1J 'Steve/ But '
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-' :". 1\i ; ..w"' \ ,. .: BE. 1Gfrm, Esau' \:Ih 1wa.'...."Qie1Q' Peacon knows also'.that his LAID ARTHUR COVELL. FORTY.SEVEN"'Ii".fr.

\ : '; 'Tax''levfes for;thetyestr I >'1983. 1. . .. . ,',. 1I dbrd' i.1d.bO c1. .na't.Nd.that 'Key West hae never', bad. a CmPPLEt-NEPHElW FORCES 5- Y'TO :
: bettter f._Albright or a iRAk-bWieiit citizen. 1.1'Jnck7. YEAR-OLD WAS .
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rVere fixed .abiflevied1 at spec6meeUafc } .; ; .. . '. i
> { a. \ ,"Now.' ," f coirtjMMl.:letV begin with the 320cres'you d
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': .: "f ofthei. cpnncil. bel4 \Thurt ;;1.. :J' ',:COMMISSIONREPI i$" > .J.n ln..Cul'1't' ThtVprOMrty U'a Wbite"lepbant-oHellkins. COMMIT.ONE OF ACTSfUNDER. HYPNOTIC ; .;t.

..y: rvr: day,\ ef ning.!.Under:the- newt bud .,.J ,., "to. .J.,'as ngs ..nd.'a ld'hejWrflib the bridge built to Dade County so .' ". '
I. i f get?'( ttf. xhaffgcs will.. bE'-made iitha '. .'t' '- *-1\ Unload bin proPertselfl'gsod< price, isn't that: *> Dick f" INF.LUENCEOFHIS'UNCLE ."
<4Ot: I Eficpartments. T *,(, '"'oflMflOO i "te. tev.r"tDltkyirt li d:" %&*&?' + .

. ._ 1 i .requffed to R opera?" RATIONS TC UNCIL "WILL .""'Now.Dicky,, yoon 3w s ld all that acreage bo1 kansWhite" f l
: 1i'11t the sty r'the.por'iod of 1923-2 STUDY'BELL .'T8tlW by. bre ;KeyrLsrgo( which 'ou' consider j" .:

<;1l&{ 'd ''t. .'t i-r.U; cHor' the new budget. .ND, RT-'U-TO'- . \. \ ,.,'Elephant-and' >l AkDieky?which": .:"nresv' you.hov;'StAn< >>unload; If .the"bridge. Is built. isn'ti. ,. MARSH FIELD. Ore., Oct. 13.-Plajjs for the deli-: .; .
hIAS "
t'f 'f{: $h fi'orN'Rfd..o3 r P' '. 1 ,I CIAN- > ; SU SUGGESTIONS. $JT V ., ,..: tt'Now h reVDi'.rEug; \ who owns 820 acres on KeyNriicirgo berate slaying-of prominent persons of Coos County.with '
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f V i '. . BEEN S"ATED. ..-, :, whicbI. ''; White El.ph&and he wants the bridge built sosfhe.'can. their families werftj jstby Arthur Covell,47yearsof age, ' r
The .police farce at preienk ,coq fh unload toq: : ?'" '"That's so, Steve." "

k- .U nt"of. .eight'm.B>b.r*.wUL be.Tfedoced oi f"-.r. _. + . .:-*And;:* .'.'Karl Thompson;Dicky, who owns 210 acres on Key crippled astrologer'according to"his reported confession. r

'!J' R .W> .IL::"Oh Mt lUrinapcctoi ". .. II,, aIIX . Large.'aliothbr'White; Elephant,"*1IC! he is .nxi.ua.to'bave..t.he..bridge tsiujlf Withihis/Bixteen-year- nephew, Alton Cove 1 1. ho
''.'. tlK" ti 'wt11Lbegtelxintidi.th.roihb.ing.., .*".i., ( : siokLted F1elil' ) ...' t : >**, st-he .'Q.unlo..d.-o-1: set that true, DickyV1! SrWV :is held ori'a-grand:jury indictment. in connection with the
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Bit.gjal tha -true,1W
; \ preeentfee1'1td'sorYkeof < SY Stove,
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.'. t."t.i"i.tant. i te>tri \\an wilt be. eliminatedTheatary : fOi'mment-- 'in'vitedthe/ ''--V A'AM.IierVajWaUer: w; T> p n, Dicky, who, together with.bifi4 j, ;.death .ot'MrS. Fred Covell on September.. 2. .
'. : W the meat Ins'fMittoV will' French,: British and -Julian sroveni-- frieiid,T;.'.,Thohipson owna*l.q 'cre on Key Largo still another-(' I,; r I.
K "be reduced to$6d. Ve;M V ,rf']! mont Prefer 'txr the Inter-Allied Whit.Elepbllnt. andhe' 'lssenrcirae to"'have the.bridge built, Steve so that h f.LN' i;' '. Nephew Confesses'Thenephewauthorities #&

f It.x"' ', F'appropriatiotrt'.to. ,(the bas,..yatlomMereedei .Lht. bpel' Reparation .Commfaiob'tho-B aabmi' 1gia .,_cap,,,_'unload 1'And'horpis' to* -p;f.aenwbo i owns'yes jjfbperty.that's.''on so KeyLar but'' I. f -: ? -say, has confessed that he --
eflefatrorganiaatign reparations plAn'. .to.tb .
know
6icky don't
;; : jwTAmericaii .'',l'won't day anythlng-about. Ws vwlMrty, because I I' killed the under the ; r
'ni' 'fItt, allied b TjrninenU frn'J"'6Urt,tobe.u.ed whether or not'h wants>io-tinJoa4/but he expects to get'in on the I Iol1tiac' actually woman hypnotic influence -'

I..d. & Red.Lro.awhich'hetotottire."Jr.vt bthe'eofnmiiiyr a1s his, to buildrbrldtfe $>ieky?" *j think he.do C Steve. I" of his crippled uncle. .' :

\f f :been receiving 960'each; vrifi'recefyi: for-4'e4)P.M'm'pla"otCUrma drepa. "Now,,Picky<;.) .do.e""i'did with\'\b," as voxi.. a1llate He is said to have smothered the "
i .. 'r.40. :.The, I,1blfc.1ibrary.-WJllt {4lrejvt" |atk>n'la th.. otoiilltidw. and I will bother you:: : tore question.'Diey! ; de. you woman with an

1' -$20,.. deduction of _500., t. It U.,offlcUHy:>qtcdt.hre4t. the'road to' Saddle ; .. Key West ' t' "l ammonia sodden handkerchief after which tie took the 9

1T' .The two Word car now oiled bp3bc allied government*.bi ell to "I don't considerthia' end i till 4t'st aU, Steve.'I.. .body to her bedroom and prepared it ,to '
: ) .police- departmedrt'hav. been orderad_ : the propo.aland'th.p're' ,"Dicky, ,fran?,'Ith me;;and I'ni _. ..; of sovas remove any. tt
.f' with r.-thlnk"ou been gam. I admit sign. ill-handling, placing it on the front porch.
.. ttoft.'. mmlwrion gill. ett.ke' you as ; always yr .
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lieold. 'Saliryl'.er.a": I _tidy thdtAelgfYQaug: eetl. you frankly that my'680':f""I.I'J.WhiteElephant on ;
a ; .
d"d l' 1
: 411 that I am just'a* &JL1tlou' the other gentlemen( ('.unload.nse '
to the
t ..,.. ._ '' But,"Dicky. 11,1 naloaded at then ; of Key-West Taxpayers, who, I ,es telephone and called the woman's husband, say r

;.cIM TheIIIlary.ol OI. offierw SPEdAi'E'thc. i!t-fov>benefited one whit by the ing something had gone wrong. *
P j64,6Q ...eDt or the eonstfaction.'of'the'-road: to .

.'.. .alar. .. l .l,001POi'... Yaar 1-; "'','' : / d never I*t me rest in peace. No --- ._ '-'
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r ,1-t1 : >j'letl..wi! I not benefit Key'West '

".M i'rt Blf.etly u $o; .J f't..t'Mi Itje ": COMMISSIONERS'SAT! be&E e.f4ix'burden.Ifect''wil1 be "Just the opposite(*" SAUKEE STILL FAREWELL DANCE n

r"1" pew' e7rteeid:+ llio into Jt.f .
t" .If. ect,Kovembcr flr t.-iH ke'.errlce':of -' ''NOON tb'-me- that what said was true.
% I V1 told him'tht 1 agreed with SEARCHES FOR LAST EVENINGf f
f. 7. t. ,ctenogrraphor fet jlts'citbe 1th : .Uarg4 with Dade .C unt, would ,
4.*,ne ",, ofllaqwifl! atlO"'e'abC1ished. this ,.; .; peYtyon-that Key. And.. told Mm ld I '

T..f<...1'date.' ..>. .' '..... .. .., I to..d.." '. ''taHMEf.tOdAJr ). ..uI1be. -Irh. .. ., ._.js e mere tjian any other Individual LOST STEAMER '
'tf MM 'rMP "f Wes. f(7 HU'IGCEF, lo 1rp$_d'.r sUU,tva,' reag. at any time to ,join in a'movement GRAND SUCCESS :
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'.. c. ... ;'oTIr..Dew"budgetww.; ." ids.4 att.r '. IAM.UftTI.'TGIOOIIT.'IJ1'.r' ,1jJ r thtlf a. :DlltriC on:those Keys to Tfmy for' 4 tC'awl; M
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: r. i t dt . .. .. {, tbeusandd.ot "! ..' oy 'i'ro t\tt".but'J to A .i, i1I bat\ :crow of i 80> men'''perished" The .erwwwfng social'event -- ''the..tI. 'c t..eUO

;4 \-u \" .. .f ..t :/:;. .ii'.Jt ...ft'T'iP7er.,. owu-lnt.-hlr'poehet' J'MIt.'I, ..a.u.t; 'tanker City 'of Everett ,for the'.PiratM 0111b was the "

-.'i". .,...1,.., .__4'. it. .:. ;:,,0 + -c")" i"iarger'sumjthan inyotberi. went'cflm:.160';rifles',w st''of'"'Tor farewell dance given last"evening by .
''U' !' -' "' : ver 1DIU'k. D'JC: Largo .f1ee'o: ent'tha. Bosd Dletrief is"' tugas', Thursday Is the' belief held thin 'popular'club in"'bo of" f'Dr.
; .. ,..- f.9'/.i indivldsosiraitWyaf,. __ r .. aha,., ,. ,1. j
{ } prof. *... to put aD -my Out by shipping circles. '.Mrs.C.W. Branson, scho will
.j' ic < ..,.i."" "... v.". 1.r. i.J.m..4; kilr, ot11s 1OsA' w d (WeskTzp.yeriand.1 know*%.tyt Saukee I and
4 : Curd Cutter re-
.O"-" '- .PubUP.r Works-' !?'r .iri i Ire r ?row 4u r of then The Coast lea" soon for Haiti, .where they will.
Y ,. .of : *>l.ri Uvr.:_ ., ..J,t ;; 'thai most 4If then are poor. ,1 know von ports having mad aIL extensive
y7lndebtedness purpossul .f' to the utmost :yes I kftotr! make their wre'r. 6 '
ugq) earnings wberb'theEverett
; the vicinity
4'Q.! .\,l ,. .d.S.o. pull .. e5- .'tetra v. tP:IRt.p. "t bah-.' 'm eager.thmsrfv.in bortng the n".sslUesoi, earth'of to be Promptly'at &' ',lt' automobiles .4
<4lda':4PV ) fp e . k t .' ..'vi 41$&;ti *U t their.taxesand"I don't j.want .was first- reported
enS1earmfttea ln-full regalia
the PJr t f,
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MYortflremen' _.J .ftacs\ent mon.yto pay The Saukoo Is containing rend
l th61' first.
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'n < > alolpe.4.Io'h ,uM1a 1'Ail sinking
) p ; e t11 at' La
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i rtendsv'iaaaembled
fiDd t '. t'i : 1 I ; bat'' to M.wtflte4.. at.their expense.effectgentlemen. .t am only writtn.t! .,till continuing the iearch althoughthe I their
." ni"S":I'.I'coll: ,. c." 4jJffli&eo dr as\Dent .-y' 'I m )Mt playing'r< any And 1 captain advises that It is impossible .Brlsa pavilion adl forming in procession -
0" ; : matter.
.r..O---'f 1:1ip: ""L','.w.2J".1; ; been;*..tt? *AM> j M11" *y the. I -Wftafl hare -bee* saying for weeks he has about been.Ibis, for or against the for life boats to have weathered headed by.a'ban,, rode to i.,
to ; : ; > 1 'i"n'. .anybody whether station on 1'alm Avenue
criticised air
; :: ,1' raeetTng. -JTSffSSi ; bati not sini.realixe that every man ha. the the rough seas-where the Everett[the 1
.of' tM'1nttq tonay'rq ; evening wee .
Preeent'ttt where a pleasant
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08oPiniOn'lh\lVofrierid'who""lfta"Of'JC.tMPro.
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; ."J..fl I If Comreieptonettf itlrohhklAeiiR, 1a" right to Ms R!.h| With the 'Ifght; from the car* illuminating '
1I . .. ... W. Location ''
against
.. I. and friepda who are ; thetauaoy. tho large hall and i music .
jc.l the
: WeirenAnd B.rstdh r: IlJne that
advocating
4J oveneacht in '> 1 believed however
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.them have been so r''e'tO'eoUri.i U '.orchestra, <'
some'of get tk* bettea,9t them; by the master of tho furnished by a five piece r,
fi'TI.o.vt. 'as to: let their passion the location given \1 late: 1'j/ .
voepteo of a
.t1" *d was. .1Joi :
'..' .' STUDEl1TSWAL; Oq.- +Iamaware: th :tibere.4mJ' orwitha. i inking vessel was merely a guess \ .ncing': .
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oIf. 'Paacol fa"oJ' ? .
hour."t
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.'. '.. ...,..."<'Il... ,. 'l'W.111iSSCAN&, t ..who witf not agree wi i. IM11aellel" 1r1"I\-on the impulse,of the moment +'irv behalf1of +' Oflt
". k to'agddle 'ittas fast 1! ChairiMnh'N.'Meitsel
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.' /tnoN. the his boat
that
,'I. O : SI r ,. who In mgainsflt, boe'gldvOgateslietrefialatr whn'he' realized w
i.f : 1,.tr. ) e whit. fcfl Thave,tosaBnnehe /: for th'o, Wrates Clnti presented'toDriffrunswi.a f' +
./ 'f' ', .... . ..._ tPs.riryATLANTA .r" Key "r Taxpayers one be .1LeyuwAo.thLktliltRtba sinkingi: 'Jt'J, ilWys the custom a
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)'F cjo' \D1 Neither th.YGjaouowl the 1C.J. r.' .
> .l.'f pwximatety pteion.1! Hl' ;
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Jjf1-j.. "' 'nMDt1C1'Mi' PCJ ITr1'tI the>Vvlvenityof ..Ilgaax .T.1qiII.that not e Mad Will)help us locall,.w &rO th*_I.p; nightfall ...". : _i.lit.'of". Nr.. . ; .
: f ut.EJU 46 'itndonta'of : liillt wbether or b4 usa'tireodtcemr M"_ .f"hGJtJthe_ j loutlon' bnoadcastedthe i ponJod xnwiwa .
mine
good u 'l3'leave T '
4f :. ,rs M'It.I ;the S' 'when
OW< ship elation( '
RIATIONr' ( the
T"'ii' 1"aliaataR
I APPJtb ,Florida rw the future.t : destination of wnumberoffllendr.r
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rl' ;No. -'kd eoozslj' U tht..n-, M ,'that 1 ''ctoa'. believe the th.mfply.of Taxpayersout.ths J t. bearings was :: r:li- $ fr' ,
\. though w..kno of
.t"O football of which the 1 "
game reports
outcome 11
,- .''J x,/'InuNTlNC.. : 4' "' Tehv c.aproject. This is believed-by \ ._( ,. .. '
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lead' the searchof 'ThjteOghOdt T uw r
fr l' r look-upon thorough 'MJ4"
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i.tt 'T .IL lo-wunber <* leads to .. '
( CSS here tkIndtksesuie.tbe roM /' floatInpCeb3eet ,
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x'rt U ; ; the *i*:wMaweU .nel.OweD' oflv/ampd and l\lf, mangrove roots. Op has been seen which could n priaont.---thl Ui t"w

\t t.>,avyWeej' y4"'poia.r'itt"a'bnperinas. Pittman game.arrival yeeterday afternoon, 9 JC.-tteteb.ba ;.t.\Nflk.e are fU tangles the Key Largo bridge. )come ,from the Bverott. It Is .talrwere otI"J* Ul!1f r M teorfc WalU1 A4 JSSiiLlghtboiirn 1 .
.The''btber have 4'
'f nt.ot-tb'- $.,.nth Urbt9touier fxem -G.bs.svtU4 $, k.;<..Ke.JroaiiditTwarrfop: that boats and BrJCerBatty' WArren '
r t.Md : : mUrted'T f. property own fact that the life
hating '
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Ygrm'aB.nd.Disttlct Joe
plaoardareadinji"Tecb 1:
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that the tanker
Qggeetod i ith
I from
; tzi Watln.sday.wsslnt that .
. ::' > .E6II "..... for bu t". .I'gtre ie,* VX"f : reason bngd Bridge.,bt>iT.l 0' to op ]?'lan,atlonKe'and'' Upperssyoo .* other equipment floated.. Johnson, tf/41) .Dog>do.. '
or have
; ; ' would c +
,!. \, .'They O..'W. Full '
-t-'f.; 8OOO.\ eente ,N Cite Rivna A- IL'itaholr',
tala'diwdcty trip t-.tbemf.o"r' } that'the Key Forty-Five Mil. '
The .
feel-sure
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'rf..C ask MesdArAs ;
: dvoeat(4may :Thompadnr
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a mi -\i--n .xs.-L, county of the
-, if from don't,!. think that Monroe The captain
: tittFrw ' thing, h. Mansker
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darn od E. "
.", ?t [ jJ' b(sett I'robabii1.} o'' 1 : -latgo brtdg'a S -assessments on that Key? he arrlved'on the reported Charles -Thompson "
: : increased thatwhen .
'lDonef..wnt 1,, oII tn teboUdtnc aat ,1fJ CIUf1N'vmtIffIA C-aa ..,wh .will be.beneflted by ie Key Largo.s.| pot only scelte of.disaster there west' and A. H; Mitchell; Misses Mabel i '
: . & .J shape r1.the !4. *f1y -*ft.Pe* to thitt,Is.that tM property1 on. in Key West and the Demeritt, Mary Vhowpson sMa.W.< :
t.H here raging
{ fti'it4nic : ; DPEATEI ad i t 'Wblchx by..i.ag.4rie.t
.ney. shot fpBj. \ >assess i many'a"'te'ar before- its innu.V'.molb..oJ.d- mountain high. Sharpley Elisabeth Sharpley
F atrocttroaatolir I will'be .
-t f duutgedby the hur'rts'csner ., . tiWjtoloVrmn.MMMstDent, ._:_ .,* , Y seas runnihg.! I Poise. Dorothy" Pease Mary ': .' .;,; .
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.{ ,. i :to.Rb.diy r 1;'tlfte.-i/lBslwt appreciably n .T'f :is onlyallghtti'lssore "M.rPret : Curtis, iKuphflnta t
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'v.' PtO.omenu..wm .) ( its assessment t11llaatd,
: :: Associated.RICHMOWX 'pre. . .Is thirty -i l gnt, errs yet Curtis
r.t know,
( ( readers BANK
: \'f.t.. d..t's.nlbat 'Ga.ptIIhtnt4'a *.1 I'. joay i other words oMy..f0,006! a mile. Let INDIANA '..Bott Bessie Woodruff ift
it rt1Wt y "Anc1qt4l II . Ya.'!_prtI I than tl$0,000 .J.thOUllallci dollars it will'hen'snreard .' \ and Cabrera; t.;
t } sanA . : ftgdre, or trip! [it I *yet the 'CLOSED TODAY Florence Brady Mary. K
deobla'thah .
"j'I'Ja1 d' uegrbr ,
rt4lr, ur" us
.. . , iJ. Horac.WM offers "I'.tbe add W tboCetasty'S resources. outgvLthe entire County Messrs. Dan Navarro,' HahiUton r*rc'' 'tRlek4 ,
j" ;1'T' f'; : \ taken fromtwo Dollar into < i,pocket. of the average Tatfcayer fna Joseph Cabrera S.. C. Bolt P I.
; { \ ll".00000eu.MJOPo.Wbk: ': k\I I.Wbkh King and Queen County''Cointhoanlet :would hot"put'a' !.* J VTl (By Associated Press) 1 I G' Judge nd ,
'Ji.tk{ -ata, dfllC' to bleht and shot, to de1h 1 1t.- .J.tW.at. : ;I- lanXaaeessitient-on. Key Largo we ehopldrhlAAytt'he.r'fa.tsrldd KENTLAND In4.d.'a 8.-Tho and Clifton Bailey
""-I'; i 11d '1riU.be"; : 01- f'1d..1da..boIIt. the the this Mrs. H. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.Chu.
te
1 . a4".pon. entOdPi aDd part: oi.ibonE .IOpWtson!; e4edtnll'k. that the UVtngol ths4bogdi11 not affect Discount and peposit Bank of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter P. yyr
'r.K..k'; c .iataa. to ds \Q_1'r'OJd, '").ie to47. i '' .na/J Tk CounttTax AjfBe8BM-has more power to' ,, of which Governor McCrsy was I Wardlow J. Ml 1 ,
," \fl.J .4.m11'be{ srtr Ure4laasHn is-don by city Mr. and Mrs. Navarro -
\ WJs11sharged'witb' I % 1 bavwcThat his fi- Dorgsn,
theM, b.tR pb.e hall vor before rX
.',i T'' '-T" ..: -I.le&wiDC...,( .nqp- W llt ID&r'J' :. : negeo'wae htfacjdn c".; !'. }faerl roomptxolrr.aeseMmen and the yo ent U just as likely to be.der -,I'' Ipresident'until difficulties shortly became public, and pro and M? P- -W. Brpnatn., :

".,; Iii.. t :6e.c .1It _a the >H .": c.j i fir;\\M" tit ond issue Is -approved. Of coutM.t1" %anclal William --
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F + :' ;::1.IW:_ t.er 17' t..t t1 L .trim -" ,;r r <. Mcre..Jf incaased mlllage l Will,incr.ane't>..,-> was-rifted to ay. Judge \ : J
; f '. .!b OP :t.o h '. 44 11. wV>i' tKo( -apses. Parroch,who succeeded the governoras. ;
\ $ th a
., ." ..Aa.,_.Jlagat,. .Ia Iaad'. kEtCIiC/J'l.'W=; "tJno \ ., c. bond adVoeaU "r rail-*" ,.\president, said a reorganliaUonx"ns 1 l' AMUSEMENTS \\tr
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V hTebtfc adopted'sscmnnn's Gibwh I
.' .f, J. ; Mr.Xetehn.spill endeavor to dkrupdrade'of whoA., IrhaWe; a Sfe'' afternoon got
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Br. t'", Include:-an'mp.OT authorization.? i. ODA
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$? ." [ :'Tat:tbs erection 'S v1 -S .wed wide .HO tI "
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al'Irictiri '
"" 'gee h AY1aOroM tiered' -ba.the .ut":1t ' o'q T 'yy reform"e *, ,atJr161t1g at
en sSBSifeftgaBKf, b j wt 7T"B ng i
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et'sfi"yofnhi theof nbcea. llitB .. passeI *
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KEY |ST CITIZEN .. n.t ,
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If thiscity is to keep stride 'wlth the: great'.de-: :fiNCOLN; 'usEb&DOT' .
t TtimrlTIBHW!' fVUliinnilO!' CO. ), G ._ ,f f
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.# -." r 'AHTM.4N. 0 of the atate there must be a greater demon. :
velopment .. to 'light rim 1n( *his 'studies.* In beloved. book .be '.
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,at Key: w..t.. .VIa.; as ... .M4'I. .!*.. tter str..tfo.of. faith in, the place by those who are,,lnposition'.to'help'in > f very often forgot the, crude, fUekering* Hgh\ ',0' J." .j t:, I:
r( .- I. : '"y ;]fW'I1IIIULft: had flared !and faded.11 v jr-- ? !j
i" 'r ./ Jfe Yer .r rYS a..latN' PRes that, development' ; ... '.'
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:B<.,,.. !M r.peblicatlun Aaseol.t.d of.11 rreae 'I.n.w..01.1.1' dl.p.tch._. tltJ......0IIt:4aO"10 \u. or ',. It. if a matter 'of good .business .of ,course' to...inyest -t.: ) wOO1! 'tni'. '
rdltedn.thlI, paper THis .J. .
not oth rwlaO' .... wer :;!JSm $
." toeal .oeiwa, publahed herein,..... i-- money. where the greatest returns: can be expect jf Y?i P 'gR'd\AS 3A ONt 'dS.i v T. {HV t -r, 'f

'lit. od.. is to blame ''that.But 4 r / D* UH.W.WafJ'rthe.'' t ''bpaltllght'that' he' could get. :, tai'
.. SOBSCBIPTION .A'tEIis Certainly no one for' doing ; '<( ) : .
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-... .Momhl ...- --"fr._-..-.t......_ I." there is however .a duty to. the'1home city, to looktw'ell, : 'q,'i'ibetol"emon 1 r. i
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I to enrich another place at the cost of the home ., /
+' ADVKBTISINGKr .4TE. *'" '011:: the Best.Light ovailable'tTIi n"let about :.
Using us.taJV.with you
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l. ... ..._,. .. ... ....::....,. ..... .......,t ... ':. ,' : a .1/1it..
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I Dteplay.: -' "-' will show that in instances J: the'useof. building?great J".tIf- securing -the Best Electric >Service.. .
... ..... Investigation many : :"What's \
.,....s.r.. ','ter, per Inch ...... .........-....,... -. .SO ; : . '
r.: .....lIon.ara.l.! per, .Jnth. ..:......,.......----.---.-.... 1.t .. sent city' ; highway system. at' an. expense of :*! w--'r4i: : .: 1-1" Ib. _i_ money from one to another, :particularly. ( millions and millions of do arll when .,. : MJ: . ..
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Card of 'Ir.1I. r..nolall. ..n. of n.p ct end obituary: where that money is loaned, is used for the purpose'of in";a' few short year all:;:the. freight WIPED? "lit.. . (
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t .10.' _U .. other ih" thor whK-li the paper may give sa lr , ". .
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'f. _matter I. flna.of news, will b. vbarK.& for at th.ear. of 6Not4o doing in' the other places Just what, is ne de,1;;; ltd passenger traffic' 'wlLbe'carriedthe " t -* .. -
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e of' hurfh rand .ool.(y and all other ..nt r- ' In alrt" - -
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r ..; CKtcmcnt from which a ".venue ,Is to he derived, will home, and which ,,if'invested there would bring Juss The question is altvaydbeing'aakedby ,. "ereby'.! .' ,
iN rhKrscd for at the rate of cents a line.t '"' \ who R . '- "Wefaavc'"adopted":;*''policy' "' !) ; : . $
one .
Th. Cltl,,'n I* anopen rnrum and Invites dliriicslcnft as great or better returns and at. the < l1\'i,.time 'do: some one, usually! some ;., .
public I..er mid KUD)<-ct.-n( local or general Inttrent.t is unendowed by nature witkTacultqof every home in Key West can secure t w,
III> >..'.\ > It will not ;>ut Mh anonymous, communication that which would make the home city a greater and thinking straight but sometime Electric- Service.. % c; w. sir

,', .. p . . '. . . a . . e .. . e . . richer field for Investment. ,. by those who think, but without data Telephone 18 :'and let u..., show,, you r ': p -

: a al \ There is an. imperative demand here today for on which to go. how we can and will: help you. 'IfI'I: : ,
"> The next ten, or the. next hundred :
: certain improvements which are entitled to the "consideration I .
IMPROVEMENTS ADVOCATED BY CITIZEN' years, will see enormous strides madeIn -
.. of those who are in position to take cain I v .
'aviation. Mail, some express, "
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v A,1. Water and lewer .... .....: of them. Among. oiher a commercial, hotel; a recreation i some- passenger traffic will go via THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
and organization which would provide" *; plane, and much sport and: travel will
s. Hotels. pier an ... '. . .. ; ""
But future development
for those who have. 'a desire to own their. ,oWn< homes use, it. no I
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w 3. Bathing pavilion. reasonCrable of aeronautics can .overcome, the .,. . . ':.. ...... .. -,
4. RotH to malnhmdf where it could be done by the payment of a fundamental fact of nature, that to 'I 1.1. "' !I

.uin. Those the propositions ins the"sir and maintain '. '-14\\ .v '
initial. are very raise a weight Jr FtCmmXi' : "

'. . . . . .. .. e. .. . . . which are being promoted in oth: r. cities,' and wWfh 'it there, requirespower,! and for FlACUERvvSY XSTcgpASPJPfWAYi ....' ,\I' .
L1" that power i is an equivalent J I n .
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<*- are in many instances made possible by reason "of' '"' value!; in our terms money. 1 I : C
W. know some men are progressive' --they've funds which are secured outside of.the,,place wl\ Therefore, no matter how desirable i tI. ..1J.tll'ID. lIIoaT..1MIJIJt
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I told us so. The fact that one has prospered aTroadie, \\mofte,,otherwise I.( no system of tranSporta i 'p1,1Ft-T1tA1Ne'gi: AND Is--li+VANA PHCTAL-'T-.H p ""'." .

to such an extent that he .can help other comrounltdef ion which requires an expenditure j !. :" p. it- T JlAlKB 'It AND !$.-Y WEST EXPRESS-l :lt A. M. 11

The world doesn't produce statesmen anymore or cities, should in itself prompt, confidence1-in than''Ito.1'cheapness support with a weight those, can in compete which the in -.,";" ; 9P'...:;lpn..t Iatpraatll; st, ._... Ticket Lgeat

most of them are politicians i place. With the establishment 'of confidence Wttl.t;'I weight is borne by the earth. . Jw D:' RAHNER, General JPassetiger Agent

come development for not only twill'i 'I local' capital' :iTtiavailable There will always be railroads always .11 10

. enterprises. but- outside ..assietanee >. ',{ be vessels on the water always A. d
Monroe CoW1t'y'1I bond issue campaign has developedsome for necessary be roads and road vehicles. They willChange f/ ,UnrU.i' '7' .. '

: talent in "ars scribe dl'" will be attracted. It.v/ili:work' wherever tried1.i ; improve become more eeftnomica o'a ,, 1
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in a double way. !; ], more speedy, more safe, but GOING,.TO

., AH at it and alwaye'Ht slogan adopted by .' l | the earth will continue to carry the ?
TRANSOCEANIC RADIO'' SERVICE: ,bulk of the traffic simply and solely HAVANA

the Lake Worth Leader, Is worthy of emulation. .. ,. .. ,..., t [ because it doesn't charge anything STOP .A.T'THE%* .' ".

I . for holding :cap. the weight whereas "ROYAL PALM HOTEL"liavina's' .
I'"H. the United States Government has removed *tljf 1 akes ,., -.nd e&.vily.I .
who does not .advance goes backward, but ; nature ,UII 'pa "' betrest '
/I ". war restriction on commercial radio service, andit to hold the weight up in the air, while 'hotel; In ag-
want-ads-will business to the front I "
selling by put
I' your "": / it. rated to. cat -particularly to
reetored to the Radio Corpq,1'Ibtlon me( transport:
Navy Department has
Ike, English-speaking!( traveler.
Those who build 'roads today will ..
o. To, "keep in "the middle of the road" may have of.America those stations' which were built ;ant: I not live to.aee 'U e time-hrhen their A. LT PRATT : RofOtnirim unsurpassed in Efarana. -

been sound advice before flivvers and speed hounds equipped in 1914 by the .Marconi Wireless' Telegraph roads are: not used, ,'! ;1oee ;who-boqd .Opto.etrid, mi, ...f.ct.rer' American cuisine, Eng
.fJ' lish-speaking staff that Intelligently
,) invented Company of America far transocean service.In themselves for road* today win never Optlcla*,. can :

were . -' addition toe agreements previously entered. I see1 -the day' when'r'those 'bonds frooutatandi.gegatpltdisased 1Ire... Leo. Duplicated Oa.f'Ui<. Day r4 hemeDta.:interpret Rates are-you'verymoderate re- J
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.1< highways
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for transoeean.'seutlor -
IntO,:with' countries'In Europe 'i., consistent with flratt -
i lt I llwnd, slectiQitnexlTgeadnp loAath4, The airways wUltbr haereaaiDlr17,used
Alto1 .1 VParld8erieefnnhevlocal I '*'" lcb';tt'flicid' tltiiitaatbn' On"0 -'"' ,. ,' '.. ,.I Cap sll. BWx i .Fl..i..! L cJ '+-_ ,
; at'lsln Onttoitbl. b11t' t. J:t' .
111 ..I..c Umpaign{ ], will get ... + .-so far" ... : n .
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. . jj t .; ....h. __ -v4 .- ..... w. .. .,.. . .. M,3iagl.'Reer.;; fresa $2.00
''4 " ,4ns .":'DonU R. ... : .
"' K '"' -'..r.fev. : 'f '"WitfvTJie. girls- yy?Pfl. lID.UC. < .1Ifo '""IV"" It';. ";" :.: .' r IN'T (two prm ).}

F-.aiie; >-f**" *4nei"< "w"T.q rte :wh' f 4ftVt gagements' ,""ira''--*,nnnno onncedla_ ;$,. 9".The: e1d:,fot'( he:.provblbnofimodern; i. facilitieffcl" : E'da S Wi '' C? 'Eat_ ad Mer Sts. ore ,*'kIPUniformed 'YaDa ; '

"Who Is.thtf'plucfcly'taadt" oracarrying radio communication ,
: ,. on tvlth''tboseicounei interpreters meet

.- tree with which agreementshad already been, made, '. A n.tlveof SemecaJ; .Ont, Sir Edmund Bkrrd. .. ?. Bleye) Supplies.. every boat;and will ;assist yon ; .

In order to be happy and contented it is a good was imperative, arid* hardly lefts Imperative was the 1 Walker, who celebrates his ..* Repairs . at.customs. J.rAsk J. "
- seventy-fifth birthday tomorrow is Mr. Poater'about
; plan to'measure' our desires by our fortunes and not need for the expansion of our facilities to meet the I n.nk "Tk
" ' ,,. president of the Canadian of ....,. Royal Falsa"-He knows and '
our fortunes by our desires. new situation. Commerce and one of the outstanding recommends it.

-- The present system of operation has six tram:*t / figures in Canada's financial '

It lee a 'duty to vote a duty which cannot in good mltters on the-Atlantic coast two in Tuckerton, on-j circles. Entering the employ of the TODAY'S 1 "%-_

faith be ,evaded, and no qualified voter ''should fail to .I.... _Lrn.-... .._.n r._..mft1....-.. "_"'- .HI_ u...'__ IInu'n" tWO .. ..' Canadian Bank'of Commerce in 1868 ANNIVERSARIES i ii -
m..on. In 6011 as a discount !:clerk he advanced step i :..... iee!eeeeeeeee>ee*:

.. express his will at the poll. next Tuesday, Radio Central station on Long ishiid."AIL, th/-".' ,by step, until he reached the highest .. 1 j : -* HAYDN,. ILIJNCWORTH. : ..
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-. transmitters are controlled directly) from the t traffic ( rank of .the financial\ 'ladder. Sir 1816-Benjamin H.: Brewster attorney .' 'PIANOS :

An Italian art magazine prints a picture of a linotype office in New York City. Edmund is regarded a*, one of the general In the cabinet of : TUNED ANP REPAIRED :: '

machine which ft has more The *. 'I keenest bankers and is one of the President Arthur, -born In' :Salem ..PHONE .117 .
transmitting station
says beauty in Its
on Long IRlllndl1own''' most congenial men C.f the Dominion. County, N. J.: Died April 4, 1888. :. 924 ELIZABETH, STREET :
strength and perfect. efficiency than the Venus de as "Radio Central"___nd the receiving station at', I During: the war period lie gave valuable e l. .a .
. Mflo. aid in ...-............. .."..
Riverhead, Long Island, represent the; modern sytitttm, I the. raising of tear loans 1823-James Henry Salisbury one .T.
.I,,1'1 Can da. He bas acted for of the first II f : ,
iff- The characteristic features-of the transmuting Hy tem many American physicians,! !STAR: I COFnE Mias' ,
'. year as chairman t>f the board of investigate the '
There is a man who was' are: The germ theory of- disease -
many
formerly Key high-frequency alternator, the LXslicious aDd
muIUplo- governors of the University of Canada born In Refre'sbtngftavor4
Cortland .
1 .:a.. West Child' but there is .only'one Child that was for- tuned antenna, the speed or wavo-lengrth' regulator, and f', |I and has been a liberal benefactor -- Died .In. 1905.' County-4vV:N. 1, ';:IrAitilieTie''ov a' n..

merry a Itey West man. If you do not understand the malrDeti+ampiifier. :I of the Royal" Ontario Museum ... COFFEE:u .t>...tif.i .ri.k.t alltia v.:

to- ask n.. ... I j rand other educational and bi1anJ 1845--Generai- Walker K. Armistead +e. TfeVt b wfcy everybody ... .
.J thropic institutions has tried .COFFEE b STAR
in his home a
who
i city commanded .the'Florida! ,
LEACUE STRENGTH IN WEAKNESSOne 'of Toronto. lie has traveled widely; army In the war against, theSemiholes { t.COFFER MILLS ......alait:'

The Turks have decided to keep polygamy out of having in recent years made lengthy died at Upperrille, Va.; Boi h\: #. UCJtEENE ST. a 'PHONE 1M

Turkey. In justification of their moVa. they ,quote ,a of the principal objections to the League of) America.tours in the Orient and South in Virginia about 1788. .' ,

". 'bat1l-.1 two!: masters.: injunction" which says, "No man can serve Nations It voiced by consistent opponents was that 1873. -Third-trial of Edward" S. ALLAN .B, ::CLEARE &
constituted
at I a military alliance or superstate that t Hall's Catatrh.MedicIli4. Stokes for the murder of 'James Flsk

..J. could compel the ,United' States to send tepn'ln New York. > ', COMPANY
men
oversea ti.3? wWhnotice "r""' down" oondi-. '
: While handing a bouquet to the to tba* .. ,
man who makes fight European quarrels. Its defenders said that them much Catarrh .both.-
more
than
,. two blades of '' this food h. when they are to 1887,Tbe Breddent and Mrs Wholeaal.'Grocera'Cnmmi..l.re
g'l'a8s&TOw'w'here not This ...
only one grow before, was so. They now see proof of their defenu ? f.r.c. that while -.

'why not,decorate the clergyman. marries two fools In the League's recent attitude toward the . _need. br a eonititutmn.i local -- ,It_ Ja....r greatly-...;. Cleveland visited' ;Kansas_ .City.'' M_ .....-.t.- ' Greek- '
HALoI./a ATA.R .
and; make them one'. Italian affair. SJH" of an Ointment: JH which)Ul\i4 i.|QuicklyirSJIJ lU OOHet 1969-Prof. 'Francisco Ferrer, accused FRONT. ; STREET

br': lout application. and the I P. O. BCK 13 WEST
of revolutionary "activity; was KJY FLA
Called
by some assign of weakness, the Leagu frtt-SJE-ge. iaS181'! .blcJa.. ".Lt1. ....
ea1tb. executed 'Barcelona; Spain.
M TAXES AND PUBLIC failure Sold ,. r .n
OWNERSHIP to do by' ,
anything more than discuss and denounce rtiggf.u for ever N Year.. 3 .V : '
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: Ch "t" Lb.. Toledo. ottio.iMLJRNTtJRlt '
the Italian action is. now'po nted .to as evidence that 1011-'The Duke of Connanght was JOHHOARKPtttMBER -

. r 1 '. .' Property owned by .tbeYederal government is not It' will not plunge nations, into warfare against their : :REydOVATED'. : installed as Governor* General of ,
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Canada.
lt; 's.bject'to taxation. If public ownership were adopt- legislative wills. the League 'offers ,er" -t: r ift<4t>f *w,> -: i .
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machinery a-i ;, -: _
'ed for yb.l.l.r.d 1. flab..;...' ..... I I ct.a" tU'IMONTON.STaECT,
in this country- the
and tax-free ,exemption on- meditation If the member nations .' .. 'O'er .1820The'first of WOD'en'i'n .
Jury
felt strongly I. . .. ........ lh.tRT..d ; .... .. .
v. .' i1'.J'd if ......
i tinned there .
5- would ,be enormous losses to public enough on a given matter, they would no doubt agree !. :: '. .:. ."d.h. 'I :. : H N.wrjeraey; 'eat. In' acivil suit at; eif tl>b kid

freaBuries, quite enough to force a radical.revision of to repressive measures to be applied to 'w.;. :,1'1'4"' ) Orange.. ...' I JI'.r i!: .' p., .
' < .: an unjust]? $i/i' St..... S.J.: TaM MS I j

; .. p ;Uc expenditure or a bunt for new sources tof> in- aggressive state. Those measures, however, m ; :\: ,1,.:. ...'.. ..., ,.,_.._ ", ':rSeyeistydiv0 1922-Announcement'. ',' that .The $i rUi4ti. .';;;;ich_ Coimtcr.

comer economic ot'mo..I rather a'go peanutswit. Hague. '!'Tribunal t had Awarded' ; h' '
o than military. a .,years1 ,, f7fI1 _eh.i aWic..A...,.
During' 1921 railway paid tsxesAaagor4ungto. went for strong Measures, rtmotl*' 'y ditte .I ..,grown:In.,AmericA only. ',In 211 rw -( toned dJ q bbUnited) '-'r" thin thaadaf:;...'atjia !o-'f'I: )1)11"461 ell
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:ir j i ef.ii 'fetif'}:p.ribn.Ita the' tide,, ;b States.ln 1i "1
riz8ia4.. '
; ; } nt'tht'.nmS7rTEi773 evenir tb natlonty rtri'L..1:: ... !* -** { ad
'mtpi . sMhary to
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41 iVorWWar'J"n : '.8J! 9"u.t ..
s;? United States-tovemwnt and. the' i fudii,X 37; : .>Nees hat'tld/ a1t01MUlenty'haa cap ; c4 ii'4'! qo tbai'7. dfibsity.'to-' I .l."l. .. ayes, .' ..... Mr

k 9618Bir'went"t/i'titeatatd' / 11 octZf gq.erunehtt.obltgmrnerebip somewhat', it is J'.tW p iut8la. WEATNiiAiES-1 CAtJsi( ll <;sf.t ', .
ifi'g't'bitir""ergo t ppn. 4 ; 1J' '' ;,.1 _.{Ii.NL. ... :.,.1J'G'T \ .

h obid !1 e e loss of all that surC thfP the''. d ,,Notion listing eon'. ....; .f \I'l>j ra ato.iamoUJat.to: IIOW :. t. ,y,1" !:,.i..sI S"v: .. !,,; -< I :'iL Wtr".i -I .

t4 the pablto treasuries. s T* ri'1aUyp nt .; nrrai4tU"OO0.9Op $7eart 1"I ''' t',jO'.tn1Iae.coance.'Ol' : 4'-- i.j .lL', ": .: "..'.+ t .( ". .' ; A '. ,
t tJver! p.rt la': irf 'Ijj ; ,.. -.- _.. : \ tr"tJ "t'.j. .f. ..>.. ', 7'" ,
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? .FaJl cause' A a
,. = hetiYieia in taxation paid by raib\r\ yix eettimnentwatEmaQ! : i '? cQdghe.dpor .
reUsf :
a..ta quick K from
crM IBdfcafe'" :botil-tor Jl and'not w4U'darati -' ''' .
ea rfer .
; ; tf9e t the dnanimd' i'1i it , 7.ltb .c+,'t; 1-Ia\",i att.M.QPU-tw. Hu-o&'t.cbe.tj aad"bronchial 'troabU, >" I 1I1r FAQ, .
4 t4jloD. tiff. talyltastL; cwt ':.r-- are aut11bj111.4! it r Rome; cAlds'arid 'eroupl use JFol'ojilaies rif'< m r.Irn o ,

"fbagl: ofth. Tiptdoisbtedl( /roil .d ....,.7x ,l..lr.!>...Jt._ ._, ,. ...' _r' ..I.1 t._... X11- Jr.dli. } Jton..y "'and' it;::: yCptr; o 4 f' ... ..... ,
tbel 1_tei and axe a": .: x :"f .: ; :: -Ingredlont* prfaUedktM. the "
fOb .tf gbhis{ j; '&.L.J.O.Y to
w> e1 .seal'! j.\\* >'" ;q _:loD. ...,."i"\1.. ibu. k '"f'-/MU xbq; .......:.rlolily/ .esta611likinysF.... wrapper; j1; Largestsoiling". coughmedicine' '':MJ? : !II
ly beel ..gdrtb 318Sti r%() Eht<k ale qpJ1.' . rhgeaie'J .. tlfi.'Y'I. ,' ... :
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raa eatlodiifiVbltid'" ,1hlu, hurnatt ft r(** activia' !' Ja vi' 'It =, :O1l Umpithtre: H "
!; already"; I. tipe n "'al :Tar Is the'tmJstpJeassmt' .
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'School'at; -'iii46'L- 'm. Drl; .........* 'f: . if 1'1 ,.,,:- 'j', ri' ly\* s ,Sunday ; i 'JenhlngV.firjrw I -. I. .1F:1Then '.
Rev -(arTlaontl assisted by Dr.; ( Z\ ; : ) midst of-the nations. .\\ \

" ,.. ,1' ,' C. F. .CJ..eetIHJp.tatn Kemp, a perlo ndent.in'Men'sBible ,Scot. 'V'.lton. wUl' conduct,_tie 8ttp4 f. : ,-TodayW Ms t*:''Itli a" subject Teat: of :Jofay'* Bible Talk by Mr. Bryan .a' I, in a much larger senie \ a tit' V f
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morning service! the Rarris'Grsda 1i 11ttJ; ':rli.cpieeed otat it ever, before; tie; law went forth; fro., .
lisa Rite Hall at .9:45. a.: m. and a .. ,IO, ISRAEL IN THE: MIDST OF THE' NATIONSJosh.
mar School'' at-, 11 Vclock. Holy :'to.onto 'Nvef beem:'antignted.. ... Zion. As never, before, Jerusalem '
large, .crowd is" expected"* Sunday.. Communion'jwiUL be f:" admiplaterad,at' yet 'Itns'-ribtfdiffleollUto: con- ( } 1:1.4 ; Isiv. 2:2-4)) 19:23-26; 'ttek:: : 5:5); ) was exalted and became a controlling: ) ,'.

.Don't miss it. .. the conclusionothe, aermon. ;" way with influence,in the life of all natlons--
nect.it. :in a T. y.Jntimate, Now after the death of Moses the servant of the Lord it
Sermon at 11 vo'clock a.- m. by Col.Joseph. ; I ; E..I.. t. "and all nations shall flow unto?< i >
.rt" ,, . thafrv4uch .... vital *today.. j .
: A { ; came to pass-, that the Lord spake unto..Joshua the son of Nun, '*
j ; Atkinson 'of' the Salvation* The eveningserrice will begin-at It 'fink:thejremote; ',past; with the To the Uttrmo Corners )

.',..Armj;' 7 90 o'clock Jnst.sdof.745; ... .har'e-. living" : .prwntVan,.traces .'purpose e Moses' minister paying: Christ's ministry.began under: the.
: Junior LeagUe. at,-4:30 pi ra.;..with tofore.; At the .conclusion' of j. the through centtu aims", history.? ; Moses my servant is dead now therefore'arise, go over this {toman' government add.extended to

.Mrs.: S. A. Wilson, superintendent service" a' businessmeetlng will: beheld : 'Th text!4s 'taken ,.from Joshua, Jordan:,thou, and all this people, unto the land...which I do ltiieto I the uttermost corners of the earth.'

'; Epworth!:League at 6:30 p. m. with for the purpose of'taking) members Isaiah,,and Ezekiel.n.IacJoshua. "V';' them! even to the children\ Israel."v v. ." , Paul,. boasting-that he wa.:s Roman

:IMlss "Elfzabetb"Carrypresid.nL .lltotb..churcJux Tbo public/Ja\ 1 sPRESBYTERIAN'S , .w..1uav.-4.Comml.' . Every place that the sole of your foot shall tread upon that ,: citizen, carried .the Gospel into '

: Sermon at '1:1S0 p. m: by one of cordially InTitftd.to, attejod; .aiQgTawsad( ".fehasmiceaiot' of have I given unto\ you, as I said unto Moses. I.t'Greece. Hit sermons-at Athens and 4 t
-a ; Brother W. .F, Gardner.Prayer : emancipator and Corinth laid the foundation for.
.our laymen Moses. The great I From the wilderness and this Lebanon even unto the great
$ s j.. me.tirig'Thursday, at 7:89, AT lawgiver1',, who brought the;.Chi\dren\ i the Greek church.. Timothy,. whoso
r .p.. m,,_and 'read the Epistle to the HARRIS HIGH. SCHOOL. ot Israel out of.. Egypt, tied them '. river'the river Euphrates the land of the Hittites, and untothe1 father was'a Greek, helped to spread
Hebrews' during the week. The reTivalbegins -. ' through the wilderness .and within ; great sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your the Gospel among his father's people.

1 | the first Sunday in November Morning services at 11 o'clock.; the sight of the'Promised) Land,, is''' coast.' . . '
t and pray much for its -succene. I Rev. W. J. Garrison, D. D., will con dead, and Joshua son of -Nun, chief, e e The disciples and their spiritual

duct the service. minister unto Moses, is called. to take ,? And l it Khali ..COIIto pass in the last days, that the fountainof descendants Carried Christianity

You are invited to worship with After the sermon there will ba up the unfinished' work. the ,Lord's house shall be established in the top of the mountains throughout the Roman empire until

us Sunday. A, cordial welcome awaits Holy Communion. i j The premise made, to Abraham and shall be exalted above the bills;, and all nations shall Persecution It gradually spread instead ail of over Europe. {
Evening service at 7:46. Moses is : destroying
all.\ : Every and repeated to. renewed ,
flow unto it.
Christianity, was instrumental in its
body welcome. to Joshua. From the Lebanon arid
SHELBY o A. WILSON Pastor., .i' F. BOAN, the river Euphrates, even unto the And muriy people! shall go and say, Come ye, and let us spread-"the blood of the martyrs

Minister. I great sea-the, Mediterranean Ito up to the mountain of the Lord, to the house of the'God of waa the seed of the Church."

) ..r ;' I land .is to be Israel's. . Jacob i; and he will teach us of ris ways, and'we will walk in When Chriat was crucified Ho was

SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE'SOCIETY In Isaiah we find' Jerusalem de- : his' paths; for out of* Zion-., "shall go forth the law, and the wordof In mockery'" hailed as "The King'of

_. 1 scrlb\MI'as\ the center of t.h,'..nation'? the Lord from Jerusalem. the Jews. They hailed this ap- ?
Corner Duval I, Eaton anrT Bahnnia prellatlon above Him on the cross to
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!! . Sunday services, lesson sermon at, ''activities. "All nations shall And' he .shall judge Among the nations, and shall rebuke draw a contract between the
streets. highest
11 a. m. unto it" and 'many people shall 011\,
\ many people; And they shalt hbat their nwords into plowshares, title that Knew and the One
At 7:30: a. m., the sacrifice our Sunday school at 10 a. u. "Come ye, and let us go unto the : .they
Saviour hath commanded us to make, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. I 1 mountain of the Lord," for, Out of and] their spears into proniiighookn: notion !'hall not lift up sword I who, seemingly helpless was being

, Holy Communion administered. j The Beading room is located in the Zion shall go forth law and the I against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. crucified amid scoffs and jeers. And ""

At 11 o'clock a. m., Matins. The church building. Open daily except word. of thu Lord. 1 from Jerusalem." . i I yet, the spiritual) kingdom" which HeI -

rector will preach at this' service'. Sundays and holidays from 8 to :5p. ; A Famous ProphecyThen In that day shall there be a highway 'out of Egypt to Assyria, set up supplanted imperial gov-
ernment whose
I by authority He was
Subject: "Redeeming Time. I ,"n., where" Christian Science literature I and the Assyrian shall come into Egypt, and the Egyptians into death.

: ; At 7:80 o'clock, evensong. Sermon t may be read, borrowed or pur- I! follow a prophecy for tho Assyria! and the Egyptians shall serve with the AssyriansIn I put to c d
by rector, "Learning by Expcrl- chased. All welcome to use of the fulfillment of which 'the world is A Hopeful Si.n
. A
t 1 that day"shall Israel be the. third with And with
'"' and today anxiously waiting-the time Egypt I 1
ence reading room, cordially {nvitc>.t feel that I am doing my readers
Church school at 9:45 a. m.' to attend the services.! .. when this God, whom the ebrc\\s I Assyria, even a blessing in the midst of the'l land: a favor when I call their attention to ,

f VEN. C. R. D. CRITTENTON, J I worshipped, "shall judge "et\\'l'e\1, Whom the Lord of hosts shall bless saying Blessed be Papini's "Life of Christ." The au-

Rector.. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH the nations and will decide'concerning Egypt my people, and Assyria the work of my hands, and Israel thor is an Italian of eminence, a
f \ many peoples," (revised version writer and poet who "was once an

'; FLEMING STREET METHODIST '(617 W/lHant Street. ), with the blessed result that mine inheritance., ,, atheist. Converted to Christianity, p

,, I' Sunday: school at 9;jSO a. m. they .'shall beat their swords intj he has become a powerful interpreter '4 yl
CHURCH Thus faith the Lord God: This is Jerusalem : 1 have set it in I +
TMorninJBTiVorBhlp! 10i4(5 a. m. plowshares,, and their spears Into of the Man of.Galilee. Ills portrayal +
I nation shall not life the midst of the nations and countries that are round about her. J
: Co tatee payer 2 p. m. pruning-hooks of the trial and crucifixion is tho
School at 9:46 o'clock a.
r Sunday RI8istantsuperintendent. ChflsU n.J1ndeavol'! 8, p.. m. up sword against nation, neither I most vivid word picture that has been r"e I
m., William Cullingford Evening'worship 7:30: p. m. shall they learn war any more."* painted of the final hours in the lifo
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charge. I.I 'Mid-week prayer '7:30 p. m. And' now we come to the thought of the Saviour. He builds upon the u .
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Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. by of the lesson. Israel shall be on from midst of of the but he 7"
Thursday. character! extending the mq.uri- the nations and countries language Gospels. ; so
the pastor. I.I Choir practice 9 p. m. Thursday. I the highway between the two great I II to the desert on one eldeand round about her." emphasizes the Bible accounts by ,t ,

I Junior church at 3 :45 p. m. THOS.. J. ARMSTRONG. | nations of that day, Egypt and to; the sea on the other. It abound, Where else ''upon the globe could! elaboration and illustration that'they

j Epworth League at 615 p. m. Miss' i Pastor.. j Assyria. The nation is to take her ed in fertile soil, in hills and valley, Jehovah] have set up His standard make an indelible impreusion! upon ;

,Sadell Albury, presidept! J <1.. . I place as the. third nation anSI be "a and contained one .f the greatest, and bujlt His Zion so appropriately the reader.

Preaching at 7:30 o.' lock p. m. by,.' "EL SALVAD. '..METHODISTCHURCH j blessing; I"' midst; of the] earth.," depressions. in the earth's surface, tend with such promise of present and His book is one of the greatest of

:the pastor. Subject "The Worm, .... 1 The same tholJlfbt is repeated in the Dead Sea, into whlcV flower', the* increasing Influence Hwro for recent contributions to religious 't,
At the Root of: the.Plant." ? ;1 ''EzekteV and the providential location .Jotd It of literature. The unprecedented de- 4'tor
was
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of, .... -:--.. '''''' Rjver.j .seventeen hundred years the Feast otTb *
. : Ita ;
e ( :"Plverybodrweleo') !;a"i the.setvlcee :' ;;0....... \ J'' I.o'I"A 4om .Jte 1 lb' oontry sad
1" .... ', M'" 'bi.i tbll'cltunclr.;''Conk:;. sndwgralttp. ; .H.wa 7 'j"'fik+nlnP"wa7alst p I p '>icecll", !i: tats! tOatfOM[ .. ,IIIf'.1 .If.4IIJ: ,l '" BTOIChristian
!i14 'uq raid -help/u* to- rn.ke: the and sermoii I midst of the'-nations and countries, '.; It was Inhabited by warlike/na Children of Israel OIJ f/f 4 pt. _
world in that are roundabout .her-." *i tions warlike that ten of the religion. It is a most hopeful -
I' whic hto live. 40 I H'
better school. I ofBible
; At 3::30 p.: m. Sunday In his.com'-, : I Pivot inery sigh when'
-WILLIAM E.' BRYANT. George Adam Smith, twelve conimlllllionera sent to spy' out I'' . such a book Carouses!
# *: -d. Wednesday evening 7:45.e'cloc k'
: .. sF(., ,'> Pastor. ments on the. Holy Land, points'out/ the land thought impossible for the. But the purpose that Jehovahhadin' such widespread interest throughout. .r
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meeting
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prayer. ,( His boyhood at; ' mind In the Christian world. *
_._.,.c: 'J G. PEREZ that Jesus spent. Israelites them and take leading the Israelites to .
Pastor.CATHCLhC .,> Nazareth, 'hfth was on the line-of possession. But Caleb -and"Joshula this particular. fepo( was .tl\l'\ more The World's Religious Ceoit.r .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH the caravans between Egypt'.nd had faith in the power of Israel's clearly understood when. the promised If may be that r the ,materlalikn.whfch
- Persia-the greatest thoroughfare of God believed that in His Messiah appeared.
they
; has lowered the spiritual' tone
Sunday School. ) at 0:45 a. nF.. F.Ii '.' ancient times. But here, many cen- strength the people would be victor- Christ has been described as the of life and diverted attention to

Jfoffman, superintendent. St. Mary's Star of the Sea.' Divl. tunes before 'Christ, we find a ious. I I pivot upon which Biblo history pleasures and possessions with ac- t
We have a class for every member strategic position, Palestine, picked turns. JThe prophets foretold His
Ii lion street and Windsor 'la/ie. A Striking Fact companying brutality and indifference -
: of the family with trained teachers chosen people and a re coming the Children of
Sunday Masses at 7:00. 8:15.: 9ttana" !'lOUt for a I ; .Israel looked to higher things, has run its 'w
and you are invited to come and for its selection. The strategic position of this forward to His His
J l 11:00 a. Benediction at 7:::4'I. son given .appearing! ; course. The tyranny of that love of y
join our school, / p. m. Week days: Masses: at G':ta Ij; ) A Chosen Laml I Promised Land presents a strikingfact mission was symbolised .in many money against which Christ eorstrongly
:preaching at 1'J a. m. by the pas ; it was not only"on the highway' ways. In the fullness of time He has become
protested
''JI ii I apparent -
m. Friday, Hencdictlon at r: of chance.
tor. { It was not -a matter between the two nations that came-Just when- the 'world was in the excesses which it has h

Junior B. Y. P. U. at 4 p. m., p. m. I that Abrahams journeyed, from Ur divided supremacy at that time, butit ready for Him. produced and men ace turning to ';
L. S. 3rton
P.
WHITE. Land of
Gle.nn"'Archer, president. I P:9 ', j j of the.Chaldees' the founder was a neighbor to the two nations Greek civilization, built upon physical Christ as the only remedy for social "
1 Y. P U.1' at 6:80 ;" Promise! fie was to be the destined to overshadow both Egypt r
Senior B. 1' m., perfection, artistic beauty, and evils as well as for the salvation. of
y F. 'A. Chancey, president. I r Ief a face and that race was to be a and Assyria. It was near to Greece the extended intellectual develop their own souls.
CJURCJLPF the
Evening service at 7:80. Subject: j, favored race, and .that people and to Rome and at the.cateway to ment of a few, had failed. It had As the light that shone from

"'Som, Facts About the DeviL" j (718 Francis Street) custodian of a religion.. God In order selectedfor to Europe whose civilization was to succeed much to commend it, but it lacked Calvary la sending its 'rays in every

'J Woman's Auxiliary will meet Mon Sermon at 11 a. m. i carry out His-purpose, and'surpasse all former' civiliza\ the spiritual element that charac- direction and to every land, the

day at'9 o'clock p. m.. Sunday. School-at 3 p. m. ', the. Jews the best select location( it them pos-, tions. terized tho Jewsh religion. thought of the world is turning toward '
did not
sible.
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a. Prayer meetingThursday evening Preaching at 7:80 p.-* m. They for themusTJtrough The Mediterranean Sea, a great Rome was trying the experiment Jerusalem where the divine
selves He selected it
at 7:30 o'clock. All meetings continued throughonthe t I ; His He explained highway, gave access to all the of building an empire on force. Law tragedy was enacted-the religious\ #
Jr. J. L. White of Miami will lecture week. W. W. Rush and al j' the selection prophets was made. countries that bordered on the At-,. and c'order reigned wherever( the'.1 center established In Palcctine, the.

at the First Baptist Church Evangelist W. R. Hodmock. I I' We do why not have to obtain thU in- Ian tie. At thct time, before the eagles of the' empire were carried ; {ll\fid made holy when it was selected '
... coming of the railroads water routes 'as the Home of God's chosen
Tuesday evening at tl:30 o'clock. 'formation by inference or intM-pnt- but here too, the spiritual elementwas people
LA TRINIDAD were relatively more Important than established in the midst of the
Subject: "The People and Conditionsin tatlon of acts; we have a clear, unequivocal lacking. Luxury sapped 'the ;
Europe as I Saw Them." The pub- statement of what is to now. When one looks at the Roman strength of her rulers and they be- nations and rendered glorious by

lie Is| cordially invited to hear this (Angela and Duval SU.) J be done and why it is to be done. empire on the map, it seems to be came cruel monsters. The time wr.s tne birth. the life the death and
lecture. 7:15 p. m.-Evening worship an divided by the Mediterranean, but f il ripe for the New Dispensation "The the resurrection of the Saviour.
spjendid The land into which thcy..Wiereled
.' EDMUND II. RICE, sermon.3 Sunday school service. was a goodly land, "flowing 'With was really united by) that great sea'.;" Word was made flesh and dwelt (Copyright, 1923, by The Republic
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Pastor. Epworth p. League Vanduaser meel t milk and honey." It was mrl d ..Int Surely Jerusalem was set "in the among us"-In Jerusalem, "in the Syndicate).

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MEMORIAL CHURCH ; ;; "metingMo'ii;; y..1 !-a assasee----- -- y f r ,

-- 7:16 p. m. I NEWMAN, E. CHURCH LEGION POSTS ?:iiiiiiMiruiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiinM(SIlIIIIIIIIIdIIIItlIIIIpIIIIIINtItINOtmmItlIIIE1111110111p l1lmislllddslllHllUlr\ :'M

Division and -Georgia streets. Residence F. SANZ 511 ,Angela Pastor.StPCNTLCOSTAL (COLORED) KEEP SUN GOING 1

Our Sunday School meets at 9:45 FOR PLACE TO SET
o'clock a. m. Ed. R. Curry, super MEETINGS I The Junior League Conference at I QOCKING.
DRY ""y
intendent. Newman\ M. E. Church (colored) on I

Preaching 11 o'clock a. m. Every Tuesday evening at .7 :30 Division street, will befrin! Sunday, (By Associated Press)

.. The!! evening service from now on o'clock at 1118 Olivia street. October 14, at 1 t$ p. m. The following INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 13.-The l

-will begin, at .,:80 p. "'''m.. The public is cordially invited to I is the program: sun never seta on the American Legion -CAPACITY 6,600 TONS .

Epworth League meets at 7:80 attend these meetings. -'- Ten minutes' song service. it was learned. after, a check

p..-m. Mrs. Mary (Howell) Thompson, Scripture lesson. ( had been made on the membership I
The size and of modern plant affords, owners unsurpassed -
Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:38u4Iock leader. Prayer.SingingJesus. extent our
national l headquarters here. .
ep. m.. '__ is All the \\'orjd to by facilities for completing i marine repair. of any
.. Choir practice .t'.close of .prayers INTERNATIONAL BIBLESTUDENTS ,He. The reports showed* that the Legion size description. r
meeting Thured.Y'nlpt.. '. Bible story.SingingJust. '. has chartered posts In 17 foreign type, or as '

-. E. L. LEY, a Little Su/tshine-/\ countries, and five territorial !
Ample water at all tides. Yards !and shops thoroughly ;
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'.' i -t f ator., Bible study Sunday afternoon at Lesson from Manuel :+,..r. possessions of the United States in '
.. 4, o'clock! : ; . '. "Ringing-Jesus Loves., M.. "': :. addition to the 48 states and the Dltrlct /- equipped, and in charge' expert shipwrights: boiler makers. i fU.

sArx4cjoa' AJtMY: I1AL11 Y: \ DAlI' Prayermeeting Wednesday eveJ02,0 .RicitaUon: .,"ClaS8.:! 'f' ', of' Columbia. machinist and workmen. .!.J. ;. '
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if. 1..N-KEY. WEST,.. r aing..Ol3! ft tghanl: 'tWeet., I' S ltrLeJa.- Rankins. With-'x membership of approximately -
.' '" :, '\SU1 -Do. Not Chas Away the COO members, the Mexico department Forty years' experience in building. and repairing, steamships, I
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.. ;.' , -ra77iltfpkt''atICre: <0 vcopBr an;opnairieeting rPETER'S40; tkTOLIC '?Sunbeams.. .:t..', ."" 'P i'd,. o4 the, egon' leads fall tanker, barges. tailing vessel; yachts and-. ou eboals. r
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'\1' will'bei conducted by Co1.I. :'" :t t1RCIr. VI' .. : 'ardtedtetion--'Roses (In U rt;: other foreign divisions: Posts haV0! *t

/ J6: ;( }EljsojrkbMasIgn: '..Gh .119 . n. . '4. ., litt :" been established in Argentina, Brazil, '
.p.b'.Di -
or. &b'!: ..!i c Difficult marine repairs a cpeeiaJty.r." h
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'_ .Captain,Longino.,all of Atlanta Ga., <:: > og "'If .P'QfAs ,":%Qlil' 'r.et. British Isles, Canada, Chile, China, y
., assisted by the |Local COrP.J"t'4.sUJadu.aertiMa..wiU.b. Serrices t'ar+j :annonnced' Nt follows ;-. 'Tranki Bell and Fra klyn Cuba, France, Germany,. Guatemala
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t S i t'''. i Colon;Atkinson gill.'..s preach,,!>Uowa.inthe'Ftrst' : Sunday. : *.t .;...,, ASound, the Bat&rCryY. / $% India Zealand;Japan, Poland, Korea'and,Turkey Mexico, as, New well ,
. Low Mass at 7:00 . Hawaii
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f' $1.50 Hi-TJacfc Overalls .... $1.10 75c Silk''' Sox ,........ ;}.....:............ 39c Boys' Blouses and Shirts A.. 85c y,1savinr1 s.,_. .

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Cuba To Tamp .. MAIN BOUT TONIGHTFight 9 "w '.*
0 The P. A O. steamer Cuba Capt. .......................... ,t .it-
f W.H. White will sail tonight at 8 .
"knowles fans will be tntertaiaed'tb .
Cyril l left last evening for
7 o'clock for Tampa. .
to- Miami, after having visited hero for a good bout tonight when they attend .. :. .1 '.

-v WUIi'uu At Convention several days with relatives. Knowles' Thirty Acres where Kid

Charles S. Williams, postmaster Sharkey and Charley Thrift will .
b who is visiting in Washington D. C., Miss Mable Sharpley; who is nowa participate in a return ,match; the .y . ...- .. .
I school teacher on the Florida keys .
attended the convention ,
of. postmasters main event on a good, : .. .
IT held in that city. is spending a short visit in Key. West i program. 1 . ,
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4 )' o.t.ri._., Resign return' match, and it is predicted that f 2 ..,- -. ; _
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Jake Oaterhoudt has resigned *s Mrs. H. M. .Williams and children a record crowd will be in' attendanceto -..... ': r < :. ,_.. .
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1. aaaistant_electrici, with, the Key after spending a few weeks visitingin witness the contest. --... i -- .
M West Fire Department, having ac- -Miami and West Palm Beach with Manager! Knowies state that..he-Is .--- ._.. ..
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; cepted a position with the Key West. relatives, returned to' the city yesterday going to give away on Christmas Eve ;:-
Electric Company. light, a U-inch prize1' cup, which will '
be ...contested: for. by those taking \ .' -

Removed To County Miss Maude Pinder, who had beenin part .in the bouts at.'tbia popular I -
i." Johnnie who was arnest- I Miami and other points up the East arena. All wishing $o compete for VOTE '
ed yesterday by Police Officers 4 Coast for the past several weeks the cup should communicate with

} t Walker and Albury for alleged Improper visiting with relatives, was Includedin the promoter and have tho plans. ex.. .
! remarks to a young girl was I I.transferred the arrivals here last evening over plained. "
to the county jail this the' Flagler System. t '
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.hearing; .on MOnday Dr. and'Mrs. GeoJ'ge'R. Plummer. -- ., '.
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: Marti Le..To.I.tt' are due to return, home this Goy a railway guard, has traveled : )." ."
/$1: John W. Martin former ofJacksonville '/0> .
mayor evening 670,000 miles between Essendlne ,
: and candidate for governor and Bourne. in 82 ,.e.rL.' .
"I.4 will leave tonight for. Miami, forthex.1" ;: '
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. L the. F. Ev 0; Railway, is a visitor In -, .

Eat.rta}...! y.t.; .....;. the city. It I,
. Miss Dorothy Park, 'daughter; I I' -
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;. '. tamed a number of .her friends yesterday who attended the National Dairymen' ''.

t afternoon on Newton street j Convention in New York are passengers .......
in honor of'lici; twelfth birthday an- on the Steamer Henry R. ,
niversary. | Mallory due to arrive in port this ,> ''f (
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". St.: Paul's church tomorrow, except Henry R. Mallory, due to arrive here .1 : :.
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ti I' 'Ing the Sunday" School session at this afternoon from New York. : .

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Mr. and Mrs. 'ER. Lowe werepassengers "

ph, "' W.H but arriving' in the city this '.
.t A new well was recently dug at the morning. fora visit with relatives. ..
corner of Fleming and Elizabeth J - C. MATHIS. D. C.. .Ph. C.
streets under the supervision of the Mrs.. James M. Sawyer accompanied
engineer of the city-water works by her two children. Richard NOT FOR SALE

plant which wild' be used for fire t and Paul, who had been 'in Key West There"{ are no -markets In the PROSPERITY
purposes. This well-hydrant wa. for several weeks' vioit. with relatives world where even the richest can ,
4Ir1Ded with the' new machine repurchased -j wero passengers leaving last buy health. It !Is not on ;the
counter-It l I. not luted on the .
eeittly by the city.. evening over the' Flagler System' for took chance*-It ja nowhereor \ .
r' Miami. .Ie.. Not D.; !. more precl- .. .
P.lnf Work Ce. Oa the,MS, reach yet It !I.ot,practically all. Tour within spine :I :. '.... iii. :., (
The work' preparatory to the '. the Index ot health.If .
pay your
iaa ''of Margaret street, between served while many forms of pastime your spine !. not In Hne there ": '. ,** .
9ere Indulged during the afternoon.i l I. nerve / pressure and poor :.. -Adrertjsemeat '
Sonthard and the i'f
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ground being al .
8t > Friday -the place of which has not Will fmt T..r' sales !. Line ,, . 'f'. : :" :!_.h' "'I' r 1,
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has already been put down and p.o' ..it.tt.r mm. "' 1"... Frs.Briar ., '.' .... . ..
thework of placing the marl andlledelUng I Mallory Dn. At SiSO i . .
off the street will begin the I The steamer .Henry R. Mallory: your health troubles to .. .
first of the coming whek1Mhiak I due to arrivo in port at 6:30: o'clock DR. C. ,E. MATHIS \ : ..
l 8 '. e this evening from New York. ,liS MABUNO .' I .
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be Jeeen residents engaged daily inaetting 11 I There was an Interesting meeting I .

out plants and beautifying; r ,], of the newly organized scout troop .
their promises which adds wondor- 1 last evening. Scoutmaster Arthur ,

't fully to the appearanc -of the sec I Sheppard gave tho boys interesting = :.
tio"s where this progressive movonent instructions along cot lines, i ---- - ----- '
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f the result of encouraging many Mre. Mueller -" ,
others. to follow in adopting this plan I '
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ofb..uuudfieation 0 Mrs. F. Mueller added to ,< ..
the list of chaperones in the Navy ...
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-October 27. The ladies '
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jury in circuit"court 't\ ,
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'verdict in favor of the defense '.L : : ;. .. IIII'
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in the $1ooo suit brought working earnestly to make the day l !1-, ... ... -. : .'
big success in Key West.. !!) .
against the Key West: Electric Pom- I .. !' .' : I '' .,
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party by Stephen- McDonald. .- -----.: I '. : { '
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'V e. Deetroyer K., '
,.": I.. Pal Club l Meets The Destroyer Barry has been or.. irHiPJtoPLJtoi, ,: THIS .COMMUITY: HAVE LEARNED"r .

'be Twelve Pal Club ntet'yester-" I dared to,report_at the,Naval Station '' r I 'j j- r ..
< r. THATIT'"PAYS': : ?, TO'BUY :AT OUR.;,.STOREBECAUSE!. .
4ai.afiel'D with'Mis* Macie Gaitl by October 25, to be used in connection ; i ;:

at_1 home oaWJaite street,'where with..tbe'. Navy:Day,, celebration t'CHtYALWAYS: ', "GET,eo, GOOD: ;GOODST,. >O. J"o(!: 'I.,' ,r! ':!-if"'t-J., ":'"' '''',
::'member* p"ofth< .frfrganba\l9\IJ oft October : Th.'Destroyer King -;.,. + \ : .' ': ii"!
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Apartment; opposite : '
: Kress' Modern conveniences. CURRY PHARMACY1 i.


.. Old' Straw' .Ift! :B t'D'ay'THE : RENT. . (OS-Furnished Duval. upper' Jun.apartment 80OR GIVES :STRENGTH I I -NO. Eaton and.Elhabeth: By Leslie A.'Phone.Curry.'210' ' t". ,y.. ",.'J ,

d Modern conveniences. White --- "
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,. :Hat at theShop ; RENT-Furnished, apartment the Florida East Coast, Railroad thai %
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We have assembled from the best.Hat Manufacturer* Bath, two stories, completely' IN THIRD GAME Respectfully, ., '
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the Fidest Selection of Felts.ever seen in . $45.00 month per- CURRY PHARMACY P '
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,' ; Key West for our No. 1401 Pine street See C. E.I I > OF WORLD SERIESDEFEAT I By' Leslie A. Curry. ..
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FALL OPENING : ANCHOR LODGE MEETING
furnished or unfurnished, on Caroline 1 TO RECORD CROWD .
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Tomorrow between Duval and Whitehead WITNESSES GREAT CONTEST There will be a regular meeting: -, .
streets. Apply 421 Fleming street. of Anchor Lodge Monday evening:, at '


Bring in Your 1,000 Young .Eros and WANTE&_. oct8-5tx, .. YANKEE. (By Associated- Press) dially 7:45 o'clock.invited. Visiting J. W.brothers'PINDER, -:cor-', . j '

STADIUM
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WANTED=Clean old-rags.- -Apply Secretary. t
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Caf.y"StengeC'b7o.medforth .
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:Old Straw Hat'and Other! Famous Manufacturers . street. sept24W home run'a- hero smash again off Sad today Sam with Jones.a NOTICE 'j .

A N T E D-More salespeople i In He scored the only run of the con
50c town and ,cities. test and the Giantswalked All .! .
: -No bond re off ,the pleating front one- ljt )
get The leading shapes in Greys, Browns, Tans,. Black quired-160 --Products-Extract; field victors,, one__to nothing in ,the teen th'of an Such up dan. at SOT ,

and other prevailing colors. Worth $5.00 and $6:00: Spices,.Soaps, Toilet Articles Food third world series game. Both Nehf Whitehead, phon-S32. -..ctlO.1_ -
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pitched air
Credit Towards Products, Medicines. Largest Com- tight ball. A
pany. Best Qualities. Most Co record crowd saw the contest. NOTICE

OUR PRICE COMPARE operation. Hustlers make $1 an -
Your Felt. Hat $3. 95 hour. Write W. T. Rawleigh Co., DR. WM. P. KEMP. DENTAl On Hundred Dollar Reward ''I''.
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. Ct. 2795, Memphis, Tenn. SURGEON S 7 FLEMING STREET
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CAMPBELL BLDC. 'PHONE 389.
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The The Widest Choice of Stetson Hats in the City Sept. ; Above amount will be paid for information '. '- .
Best AGENTS WANTED REAL ESTATE LOANSSix leading to the arrest and

AGENTS-$100 weekly Introducingnew conviction of the party or parties- '
.Hat Values $5.95 UP Compare auto accessory. Makes old per cent money.' Reserve sys- who stole coil boy from .my automo-
or- . : cars run like new. Saves'cost tem. Six per, cent loans on cityor bile.
first day. Samples free. One farm property. Reserve De- ROGELIO GOMEZ. -'.
I Co. 1248 Louisville posit Company, Keith Bldg. Cin-
T'I Ky. oct6-18 ,
.in Don't Forget Besides these values yon take off 'SOfor' cinnati, Ohio. Aug. 8-W-S J .
AGENTS, mil guaranteed hosiery, --- _...-_... I' ..,-
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your Straw on Opening? Day 1 direct .from mill to wearer, salary We need an industrloun, reputable "
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paid for full time or spare hours. lady 'or genUema'h to sell the __ .
All styles In cotton, heather, and genuine J. R. Watkins Products lln Piggiy "l .
silks. International Knitting Mills, Key West. A, few good territoriesalso ;
Norristown Pa. Oct. 13-ltx open in other nearby cities.
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THE SHOP 1
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A'Road to the Malnlandl "You're dreaming." At least thatia Island-about equal i in size to Key West. There a..e in County, Dade Even our most bitter bpponents to the proposed '/1 '

_ what I was told.: Do, you: ) the older citizens of Key Wet, remember excess.of eight hundred* acres 011;,Boca Chica suitable for farmIng"some bond issue' admit that from year to year it is practically im- I I I'

d ; Mr. Ball, the editor and publisher of the Key West of it better than on Stock Island or on any of the possible to keep track of the changes taking place in Miami, the t .
: Keys, and, in addition, Boca Chlca has one of the finest beachesto county seat. Ask citizen of
Advertiser? and do you remember his slogan "When thu railroad .. any Dade County the basis of their
be .touJld in South Florida % prosperity and they will tell you it is their roads. Why, 'ble a J
: ??! AhotKer dream-come true. Unfortunately, it looks
comes There is no use to talk about going to Big Pine. It's too you, so thoroughly are: they imbued with that fact that without .

... like all of our dreamers,. those, who made Key West the greatest far away at present. But you .can/' put Key West in one corner. any hesitation they voted a bond issue of one hundred thousand "

city i in our state,,have passed on to their Maker, and we, who have of it. dollars to ..extend'tbeit road from Florida City down through

taken"up' their tasks' nave been truly asleep. I want) to assure .' Now, what, do these keys' to |the north of us meanT Until their marsh lands to our' county line Just in order to let the _

those who think that we of the presenff-generation are 'the first Stock Island tea tied up Ito Key,West by a road, what did it people get out of Dade and into Monroe, and we are too thoroughly .

.c to dream this dreanygf,-a road to the mainland that such is not. meant Absolutely nothing. Do you suppose we would have ever' 1 asleep to let them come on in. We refuse to match their amount "

.: the case. ' had the golf course except for that bridge connecting ua to it? by a like amount plus fifty, thousand dollars to let them in. It .

pc Are we going to continue to sleep while 9th era are up and Nether will Boca Chica nor Big Pine mean anything to u. until really' is a wonder that we are on'the map at all. ,

', doing' Are we going to continue ,to"shrink in numbers while we are connected by a road When we are connected, some of l' Let us see what is happening up our neighbor's way. Between

: others are expanding by leaps and bounds? First, wa. lost the our citizens who refuse to reman)) asleep- are going' to show us Palm Beach and Miami the distance along the ocean front is

bulk of our sponging and now we 'are in a fair way to lose our what can be done in the' matter of truck farming, the raising of about seventy miles. Seventy miles, and today it is all being

cigar manufacturing. We' still have our fishing which as an vegetables. Instead of eating ou'r_-Vegetables out of cans, or sold on a front-foot basis.i This seventy miles divided into one,

Industry has -not proved very profitable. Are we going to lay such as have been shipped to us and grown stale in transit we hundred foot lots, would provide for only about thirty-six hundred

. down and die when we have it within our power to develop the 'will have them' brought to us, freSh, 'and sold to us at our doom such. Key Largo is about thirty-five miles long with water entirely

:+ industries ,now with*us, and yet, greater opportunities than any as in other parts of the country. ?And, Instead of sending that around it, about seventy miles of water front too. And, .

; we have known which are, knocking at our door whole dollar out of town, we will keep that half to three-quarters there are seventy million people in this eastern half of our United '

:':' Why have, we lost the.greater part of our cigar manufac- and spend it among ourselves. That can be made into an industry States to draw from. At ten dollars per front foot its potential

...( turing That we have, think. hardly anyone will question. You greater than any we .have' known, and it will enable ua value for its water front in three and a half million dollars, and

.:. : do not think for a 'moment that a successful manufacturer of to build up our other industries, adapted to our location on a at one hundred dollars} it is thirty-five million dollar Sounds

cigars has any choice of location other than that determined byjh.f'oosta solid foundation. Don't you see the opportunity that is awaiting outrageous. Granted Go on up to Dade County and with all our

; of(manufacture? One of the necessary requirements us In this one direction alone? _.r'YhV'wlthln.. itself. it is worth outrageous figures you will find that- we are still "pikers." Don't '

5n.t e; manufacture of such is the 'climatic conditions, and we the"cost of the whole bond isaue."' forget that a good deal of the water front between, Miami and

have, that without cost, whereas 'it costs money to duplicate our Ask any manufacturer of cigars what part 'of his costs .of Palm Beach is being sold for more than one, hundred dollars per ?

climate elsewhere. Please note, however, that Jt la possible.to dothat manufacture 'chargeable to land and factory buildings, and front foot and none for less than ten: And, we are objecting to

hi'this day and time, whereas a few year ago such waa not he will tell you such costs are so Small tie to require a microscopeto spending one hundred and fifty thousand to benefit by this

the'case. Then,,we had '* monopoly because of that fact, whereas find. It. is 'the costs of labor'which are largely determinedby increase in value and thereby lower our taxes proportionately.Why .

today"we have other 'conditions .to meet i if we are to continue the costs of 'fo dstuf! We ,have got to eat first, last and do the people of Palm Beach County make every effort

fn'-thri'eigar- manufacturing business. And, the same conditions all the time. '. Yofi can donate 'lb "land and factory buildings t i l.o.,ep their' road south of West Palm Beach leading into Dade -". ___ ..1v

'thi4 the cigar t manufacturer is up against we are up against in you want to, and it will not downy good. Do you. need any County and Miami in the very best condition Both counties

t 'all: othe>'JIWl.et of ,nde vor. - ...' -- proof'of' that when the eVidence; \..l1."c\ you? If we can, must bu claused UK successful. .Why is Dade County KO anxious

'." The determining' costs in all manufacturing the labor costs. lower our lIving costs, we will I Itfyeir'our'manufacturing' coats"by to continue its road on South and into Monroe" There la only '.

aj .A* e.very .>.V, 0 ow".. Uving' costawith us constitute from a half just that amount. .It instead of-offering free .land: and b buildings! one reason. Experience, that greatest of all teachers, has taught
::11.. tiKttw e qwarters.of,6ur,expense*. At the preseni time every.thing we )had. offered lower-labor costs, we.would hare factories beggingto these that it pays. In view of the attitude of' the people of the

y.?' : .that we'eat W to be shipped into,us. Every time a dollar be' allowed to' locate here. 1'ti counties to the north, do you 'think the people in the northem- .
r I li'l>aJdto;; ''us for goods:shppd{ .:out'that' dolly r. immediately : TAXES: .The '* the aubjeot .eaJl get "het up".' over.., I. part of our county will adopt a different planT Not unless) they i

.Bent 'out of town again to pay f Ghi; > CiitMle;; :. ',3 1'20.' .wa \J..oelt our good cltltens, taxei,heD going;P; fan asleep, too... Don't, you see, that ,the whole trend is to get i .j.

.- tbIdIo i l......Yetwoen here BigV ,. fast plough andWen't-tey: high E' to fit tbemost optinUtfc *- as 'f.i south as possible, and while:the" traveler and.'tourist are ..- a' I'tpl""' i m.- 7Jnl .n" Qg l1 o.. w .n c': \* wopld you' ritiMrjM* th 'little blgliet every y fr?' passing 'thrqught! each'get their share :ojT their expenditures. _

. c ef'9tock Isj'ahd"t_ ",is"beitig t\J...r' :.tf.) irs tQ fagei tells akPeTia he beat teAcher,1* haWn't What have weTi'offer' the tourist when he reaches '1sT We .\' I,

;$ made Into.our' golf course'whether or Dot tfeejrealA'estateagent # .thlhQ that.Jtteefe .w..nftyipagh] exp.rance along online' of inaction\ to demon- ha'Yi"Uie"finest'c cifmJfeV the lear l"nd'most beautiful water \. ,

l. 'J!ono!;lsad here., 1nltsble' o farming T J wu ldbJ: : ':. .sratei beyond the .hf4ol of a dhh. that that la Ehe surest way the 'pest bathing"Aaji'd the. greatest variety of fishing.,,' ,Do n.t. ( I ,
, r.. ' from' fur ,'nIgbborto the nortli that hi had. ,,.. in the world to raise ttem. Or, arjl.'we goings to' wait, wait, wait over'look' this last; .a there''is more money 'to be made out of I. .4

A ,ever; een'anything to excetlUinot even In Cuba. And, there until we' are beypnjd''redemption. ,.The.' cost o3. operating1our; fishing for' sport than we have; ever made out of the fishing in-

f 'l.;:prJ: "l is i tn: excess of one. hundred'Jind/fifty acres* of such land on,that -_ county government Is very new 1" a fixed quantity and- the dustry. We. have right Around us Just what the tourist wants. .
i -' ,.. t., . ,i .only.way; in the word,to lower ,they, 1 ia'to increase the number The! possibilities) facing our county ere greater today than :,
.ch kt .87.
t":' '-{' 'NOW.: let'a ride .over'toBoca Chica.. No, you' .won't .I4 ol taxpayers. .. %:( they bare ever been in,>our,histofy.. And, when we start our roadsouth '
,' fl::1:: >:;rp, *: a day' Journe/ when ''fI ft en.minute at th. most ahould,,:'. -. "if, aa 'etatodr.! "Experience i II tbi'best teacher," do we need by this bond I issue; do you think jt 'Js possible to stop it until ..
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.PROJECT: .- CONTINGENT ON when'discussing the other. l(' JIor iderllred'trotieh42 Je.9 tcU bow a ":5,8titgt irk. benel.f Card"' bye f! 1 :F- '" "Q AY' -:. y .

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SUCCESS; OF THE .ZR-3 literally Herbert i Mnj, O.:Botnura,W 1319 FrottStreeVv&v. I \ i r !' 5. t. I
Breno!A directed. Conway 'Tearlej :* ; :;lr b \\ +\\ -i? i."I is I ,
.'---. . years ago the i roe-daw.ln'balth 1 Could 1 : '
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-_. FRIEVRICHSHAVEN'.A){;'. BOD- : photoplay "The Fall l t>f the; Roman' 'hudl tfo... .-I wMthU.. Lha4appedt ..lIo- UI1H'\( 01UI "Jit-o.: '
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mlJ F,:Oe't :U-: ;The Zeppelln-tir-; ( ",In .the .swit t .moving liletory''pf was so weak, .ml-o yerjr nervous, \ ..... '. I..
shjp which 'ii.;'buti ngirho: W to.fliy A fIJ '. l .
;company motion pictures that event !'''considered' ,t\ : ; ., . ; '. .
dib eZft-8 ,for:the. United. fetatesnavy'ntay Centenary .of.:.the. birtn iof.;;Lafayette almostprehistoric.. 'HeroertBrerion .:,oi;.g, vubIe, "w..'pato.Vbut front.WV6teakmad toe ;worst, rc..7 '" " '" ;:

transfer Its, fffganU ..plant C.'' Baker, chief of the United has directed motion picturesall tired and out of heart. ,!. ..' -.
United' States if ..ovet'the"world since, the", : eas/io get '
from :rmanY'to; States;Secret Service dating the .civil day. ;"Thls nervous' condition, was worse mm'TOMORROW, ::
when he producing-the -
the ZR-8 proves a success and crosses / was : ill-fated J t
' the'.Atlantic: without mishap, it war.- story of. th@ Russian royal family. UIIII pain.', ( ''.. '
:wall yearned here ,at the scat of the J3. He spent/.everalyears oii' the Con f "Some one:told me of Cardul. and I ,.
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otks.Zeppelin'. tlneot, directing in England
today cflebra es'his twentieth, anniversary Italy and' "After using few bottle, I regained O ..
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would like to transfer their works of Louis.. Conway Tearle has' been equally began to eat and sleep, and grew o .
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.. is being organized to finance tutee'by the doaen have followed his "I have never found anything better ..
Today is expected to be the"Sweet- early efforts' with'Herbert for eoadWoaJ', '-t' '.
such a project, eontingont, .upon the Brenon.. a rul-dowll. .
success -of the ZR-3. pst Day in the Year," having been Recently Herbert Brenon ..:.". II'OUluffer u this Louisiana lady did,
Unfortunately obstacles have de designated as National Candy Day I.gaged to' prodiice '"The" Rustle'1' of you, too. should find Cardul helpful lor :Richard Talmadge "

layed construction, and it will belied !I by America candy manufacturers. Silk, ," with Betty Compson and your troubles. ".

spring before; the ZR-3 is ready ' ,Conway Tearle featured in the principal Oct a bottle of Cardul toISa,. NC-144: ..'

for trials. It is'hoped that shelmay: !I Lord Renfrew (Prince of Wales), roles, and which will be'' t'bt! : o --' -IN- .

be. rpady to.,start for Lakehurst, N. I I following;his outing the Canadian. feature at Monroe :Theatre'tcif ...
............se..... :
J., about June. If the ship fails the : West, sails' from Quebec for home Say! for the last time. \: c "

company will be handicapped for I today on the Steamship Empress of It was the first meeting ''of Brenon i'/

years because......of Jack -of .funds. and. France. Qw : and Tearleln the years internventhg POLITICAL I \ t8 t-
materials in Germany.. -- 1 _: <. between their one previous LllCKYDANTI

The ZR-3 is the 113th. airship the ;. The Texas State, Fair, the.;largest professionalassociation and. ..the i. [
Zeppelin company has produced and annual exhibition 'of its kind in the work on this Paramount picture. t ANNOUNCEMENTS. .
..
officials boast Reminiscences .of "when" were' .
lost
: they never one Southwest, will its 'gates at I
1 from constructional defects. i Dallas today for open a two weeks' en- the order of thc'day throughout the :........................t ,, ..

This latest model (the ZR-3) I gagement.' production work. Mutual ''friends FOR MAYOR OF KEY WEST ,, ..
4. which -is called'the best of .them all and fellow workers came In for their -
And PAUL G. ALBURYFOR : :
discussion.
and included many new ideas fore Winnipeg has prepared an elaborate share of Conway, .
comfort and efficiency, will have to of entertainment in Tearle maintains 'that Herbert Bret '
I program is'the director of the hour while MAYOR OF KEY WEST
meet a task never before attempted. honor on ,
of former British
Lloyd George, '
Brenon I is FRANK H. LADDFor
Herbert; confident tha
Premier, who is to begin a two- STRAND 1
Conway Tearle is the best actor. on ( Re-election.)
WHISKERS TABOO I day visit in, that city today.
FOR MAYOROF. KEY WEST . .. .
ON TURKISH COPS ,
.' A national) conference ia to be i LEWIS'OTTO'FOR '
" opened in Washington, today to mob .
Have .RheumatismThe .
': I i' (By Asaoelated Press) ilize the citizenship ojt.tJw? eintire* country Why MAYOR OF KEY WESTJ. '

1 I' CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct 18.- to combat the .nation-wide effort I. 's TODAY :
G. PIODELA
.of liquor interests arrayed: againstthe cures ot Itheinnhtisra ua: .
Constantinople policemen must shave Leonardl'i Blood Elixir-have been I .
at least twice a 'week and are not Eighteenth. . Amendment. modern miracles t>r tth i e who. have east POLICE"JUSTICE ,
FOR
lM'' to wear their caps tilted at the: -"w' the _II\IDb' impokkiAU cures tbU won ,
fashionable angle, says a neny,! regulation With the change of the Eastern .derfnl ARheumtUani remedy bas ia -made.,'a4iwase'oit' the- blood' W. P. ARCHER Hoot Gibson ; i

t issued by the Chief of Po-: Orthodox Church from the Julian to A4 eanoot be curedasJpnc as aorheumatle'tooison ---- . ,
t POLICE '
" lice.The '' Blood ElUlr: from the first dose becins J. F. BUSTO IN II
order concludes: v tonight, 'the whole of the Christian to drive from the blood everypartld ot .

& . '')... ( "Policemen .while_ lnthe_ street world} will, for the first time have uric add and other polaonous' Impuritle POLICE-.JUSTICE ... .-1. __ ......
1 I 'mu8t preserve a' serious demeanor a.uniform calendar.: ----- .- -""-i""- that -Rh.umatbm. It makes Jaa4 FOR : ," 1
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rich red1 and in this ,
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yfr-espect.; vThe qualities- '" I .Idnerea.aaja blood T. S. CARO.1 :
M" ,7irr !spjring : : r U} : to-th 'M..1 1 1i
n' '" ,f II! .: 1, ;' t1\e\ -> iiCemen are. digliity, ,'* proper j CUT< :THIS .OUTFIT: 'W WORTHMONEY ;.. For o1.T/ottT TbliTmnayW- si "..' OR"Z'i'IrlrGt I :,. .' .01- Y' I INK ,1"Ie '

I , ,." 'If'pnd'e''. "..114..... _tl\ct..,,:...:....:L-,-. ' .... ." .. 1tJ'valuable: 14 D re u u:tb.etrl..ele' 'and..tren.thro .1 i !... ; :+d ,..'..-<.-.., )!.. ,''''',''. ',' ! .. ;\' ..e..
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1 'i" ,,""r f-"_lI.MIri ....:, ': "t: ,I",;. casedo. =\ ;'Catarre .... WALLACE PINDER"FOR : :t .- -- ...r<. .
t.. .' :"" !,.. end.thie ad and ten cents toFoley" l'cI UMia affect 4a. 1J 11.0"; .Re.F.l..dionUA. ...\ ./ :
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1' . LPi.UCK AT..87.: : cers: a/id other diseases of the blheonardi'e ; !J.IWo.1 : .' ,,_ ..c.J. . . ..
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' 1 .: 9LOOMINGTON: m:, Oct. 18 I .-\Chicago; 111., 'writing" 'yoW I-"name *' -'r;: 7Sold"by all-Druggists.- _ :\ .'.\: FO.C1TY TR: A Cl.UJUR: ....,..a.- .-.-.- ..-..,.."ei'-. .....N....N..N ,.}....,
and address clearly. You will receive 'ROBERT:H..GWENS: ._ ... ... .
. EL Though 67 years old, Mrs. Hannah --- .":: .:-.._ .... _...r. ..=:;:';,
I _
ten cent bottle-'of FQLEY1S
SY a
Stone drove from her millinery store I
HONEY AND TAR for Coughs, MAYOR'S. PROCLAMATION FOR CITY TAX ASSESSOR
": 'a man who threatened her with a ,; .
Jk .' volver. reI I Colds, and Croup, also free, sample I ELECTION- WILLIAM A. CAREY, -

i I< package of FOLEY. KIDNEY PILLS (F T Re-Electf\n)

for Backache, Rhojmat'c Pain, ,TO, THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY
: SLIDE SMASHES AUTOS Kidney and Bladder trouble and OF KEY WEST FLORIDA FOR CITY TAX ASSESSOR

\ \ FOLEY .CATHARTIC TABLETS for CHARLES H. SMITH

i R COLORADO SPRINGS-Col., Oct.. Cons'tlpatjon and Biliousness.: Thesewonderful Notice is hereby giver; that on LEHIGH GEM NJ

13.-A?; cliff slide west of here remedies have helped Tuesday, November 13th; 1923, there FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR
.mashed three automobiles but 'the millions of people. Try them I ,.
I will be held In the City 6f Key West:,' GEO, L. BABCOCK
.
aa.tt The West Octllmf
! occup&ftis. ; escaped. I .by a miracle. Key Drul'Co. the bi-annual general election for the -

I election of all City Officials, made FOR CITY-TAX COLLECTORf'ARTHUR .....
elective by the charter of.the City of
H. SHEPPARD
.: Decorative and Durable Key West, and the laws relating I., ' (For Re-Election) ...

thereto in the manner and form pro .. For Sale By
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ly vided by the CI y'''.organic law. Acts FOR COUNCILMAN AT ,. .
of, 1&19, Laws of Florida. ..' ** .
t : Ruberoid Strip-shingles k.e an in- LARGE .. .
Each Ward of the City constitutes
p 'slant the whq.looks DR. C. F. KEMP .
: appeal to man an election district There, will bIn V'

:' for decorative value as well as extreme each Ward a polling place, election ......
durability in the materials used in his inspectors and a clerk of election .FOR COUNCILMAN

i .t home.-r ,.. - appointed for said Ward. ; WILLARD, ,2ND WARD M. ALBURY SOUTH. FLORIDA CONTRACTING., & .ENGINEERING. CO.
The said inspectors will make public .,'
These shingles,with theiuurfa"c coating proclamation of the opening and .

,' 4TH WARD .
'' .
, t red orteel-blue'areideal for The officers for the City of Key w

; suburban and cpuntry homes where West to be elected at said! election .; S. OWEN SAWYER .
follows ' <(B.tter.> 'Known M ':$". >t") .
in are-As :
of
there is a po slbihty great variety f'' t

color treatment.: Their decorative ONE MAYOR. '&, I .I FOR; CHfilToF.; POLICE ....; ',' ;- '- ,.- ..' -- -
SEVEN CITY COUNCILMEN, li-d6 "
value is enhanced by the fact that their ,, .
,
," form offers in design for each ward; and one from the City. JOSEPH W.' ALBURY __. .'::'._ ::..' < :__:._:,__ .,...-..:...::. __. _
variety ----r-----
a
? patented !
at large, making seven in' all. Better Known as "Joe Sodier"FOR

r and an opportunity for artistic, ONE CITY CLERK. | n AT ATI' A PORT TAMPATHE KJBT Wale .
blending color tones. ONE CITY TR ,ASURER. CHIEF OF'POLICE .

ONE CITY TAX COLLECTOR.. WHITMORE J. GARDNER ,
Ruberoid, Strip-shingles although massive ONE dlTY TAX ASSESSOR. '. .For .re-election' )
in appearance are economical to lay on t ONE CHIEF OF POLICE. '" >6 .... PENINSULAR '

account oKxhcir' form. Their octagonal ONE CAPTAIN OF'' NIGHT 'FOR CAPtAIN. NIGHT j &OCCIDENTAL S.S, COMPANY

.
, ,' . a shape breaks a roof into pleasing lines POLICE. : I Ualt..l Stat.. Fast Mail Rata For
r' and 'ONE POLICE JUSTICE.
both tliagonnl horizonta4.. IVAN ELWOOD .. ,
- I' ONE SEXTON OF 'THE CITY .ICZY WE T"INDIES
.. "T oTWrtiror-phone-iMh today If or .sample CEMETERY. v-> ... FOR .NIGHT WEST. CUBANP.. .. ,, THE. : ,

fft ','' ..WlcesIllustrated! booklet and further information. - - THREE ELECTION COMMIS! ........:..... -. CAPTAIN POLICE, -. _YiPortjr..... Key Wo.l aW H_":... Cab*

+ ; SIONERS. t; -JOHN A.;ROKER ..J' .".... wlifata Ir. .ffect ''.. dates ..._ "S.i.J.t : ..........

, : : i 4'j: j SOUTH flORIDft D C NTRAC NG..& F Fk Key Done-and West this ordered 4th day in the of October City,.,of. ,(F.RR:. *_ .Iet&a_ ) I.ti..r'i.dlvldal. .. poe paNm .t with.ntrrllw" :

k : A. D., 1923. 'r,' r' . FOR'CITY": SEXTON :Oa and fitter Stay.Utla atllBKa b.twmBortTaripa.Yd: : 'It.,.' 'Woat.
.'I"ClN[[ ;COMPANY ? FRANK H. LADDIMayq; CHARLES'.E.: KNOWLES.:: sad between K.y ,.W.R4 la>vaa> wU}_ IM as;follow: '

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. I . Attest: ., .' CITY SEXTON stet.ui. .
WALLACE' PINDER, '.":.. > 'FOR / ,,F "' ..r.its'.p. *-S Kayi. :''It ii"tk* seD'. .
City Clerk "' .t. ISRAEL KNOWLES. :. -. fn.v'Wat.D.dy. "twpt! -*....jr .D. ".We4- ato/,, ...- ._ .'.!-:" A.'If.A .
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; lr k Qcfc 4-6.18-20-27 NOT. 'f Liv. Uavana.'Datly JaJu! pf IBaaday sad -Taar.daP4o11C. .
; 8-10 I. FOR1''CITY SEXTON >M.i y
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7 : '..-:H.YaI mu.adnV'Sat...r4ky .... : ra. JII. u
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; his seat on' a raototi bus to'..' Woman ', fi
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"1 r ,. E. R. Gilk.es lost 'his balance .. ...r It .. : .', UR i MTILDER.-G. PI A":,'JackioarllU, la.,;:"PJ:-. ,,'aAUNDERS." VM. ." .. '

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'FOR. THE\PERIOD ENDING JUNE'.30. 1923 "*'Antjthr'thfng'the-Ameiiean'.;pie.letari.khas'to .was ) ; ,.'l4, . :,i'\Pr.. ''i''r"('., i ',,, !

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'" <- tTrfc.. ''' __ .sj ; rorrybout ieth3r181agtrlceof's1Ut : "I.
TA. follow I... .....porL I of iAq iecelptI and dlsbnr..mentl o( the School. '- .,'"
Funds for Monroe Count'f6r.. td.'perfodleadlat' Jan I etb.t 11, with th :. :}\I law Century .
amount. of warrants.ut.a.dta.aa4'a .tat m nl of tb. .
balances and ."- .
-\aMt. and.J.ta'lIIt..... and.ths va1u. .f School Property o< th. said Monro. when''h... $i. t e9ittaaiI ik t Revue,*? "
c0enpttru ropdrtett on the .Oth da7ol'.IUII.. by tb* County Board. of '
: ]rob Iqc truollon. and the Buperlnt.nd.nt' of Publlo Instruction t. b..brpubll.b : and there, .. n0 golf:: .w..th ," bow Little \ o.
under tb. provisions of Chapter tlU, Acts o( J'II,'.I. aws ot' doe Uarlteep:to:praMJcQ1v, a .
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I11oHda ERNEST AMOS burlesque, .
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A.LITU.E the .most '
AFFOBDS.
-GENERAL "' ,
SCHOOL FUNDExpository THRILL, FOR THOSE W.uO.AJIl.; which 1 -, ,1 : .

: Balance .January 1.;U ; .t..lt. r SWEtt- THE DOOR B t,N. rotund : -. ,. :
Outstanding. 'WarrantsTlin .... \. .. a 'K-J. working ,
OutstandingVarranta? Currant, .J.. y144i6Net'Deftelt NIGHT : "
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: In the : rylin i iI
'3 Vuafy-'t.t.I:: "'_ _: : 7 ,71'... .:
a..lne r.r tt/x. 1II..tka : ___.. ... 'admlre, ;
Frorn-Tax Collector, Taxesw .... .... his'
Tax Collector...- Poll ..........Money'I great" 1 !
Comptroller Redemption ; Was 'c # ..

Comptroller,*.Ra1lTo..d Tax pretty', I ;- ._ .. ..
One. Mill Tar
Comptroller.
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Comptroller btereat State A cGmpa1( .
County Judge, ;Hunting : : singing
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Superintendent; Borrowed :
Superintendent, Bale .................... .... ,.... ... ...... 'w 10.60 us-20;!' !
Transfer ........ ... .. ...............,... 6.GOO.OO& .. .... Ii r't-
.v.rlnItend..nt. .........._....... .. ...................:_........... 4S.01 .. bhara .
Maria Russell Refund ........... ........... ... :..... ... "_ 3S.OO 61.S70.ttMaklAlf I And -yet the, outstanding ( : & .. ',- ..
teritlO! of:,au.born. faUarea i4 an'un- 1 I I I' sA
-Deficit .'..''... .... .. 20.660.11411.b.ree.e.4. : "
for Six MoK.lmtExpended varying:eardeetnele.1... -Pn t II I by Irene
for Schools a "<
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Salaries of Teiwhefti ;. 10.48.84 .was .
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R *Ir. to Buildings .,..;:.. '.1' The way to. ueceed i*to'f fid'your RargcO; Castoria is harmless; Substitute for
insurance .. .. .,,,..,. .,. callingfind the a
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Janitors ........: ..?......... t..Uig: J right right"' II, what.
J"*'lill: PPlk" ....jviBchoola?--.:.-..?:... ? _. } anal;find_.the J ttit'br1fe.. 'X i tier : ,' Teething Drops and Soothing Syrups
IIkMdo....... ...J.._.... 2942Li1.tY. r- Infants in and Children all l of
.. ........_ Giris arms ages
.lbraria,1((' :(- 4 0..0 It '166 tfflMly-
SalaryAJLtendance.()rtcsr. ...?. (....* 'Kipling -expressed Cicely t > : :
Espe".el .be linmYatlotlt .1.1114 The fem! 1.' *'"the' apeciei! > more. Wind Colic] .
l 4aiy: ?.3.41..Ltsad.ot l..L.;.;..._..._::_..:.. LOtM .' deadly thn,--three or four male group !
.TravellnsBxpenses. of Superintendent ._. 61.76 _:_ ::... ... . of To Sweeten Stomach '
iMr.'D4 w.sa. Nl aa.c*| U nb raet Board ........ s yU '

.I 49W q Lipr: Board and Superintendent: . ...:::::::::: 'tHo. ..:e, :1liludslalsac 'Its;|>" ir.-at. a.a.wmid' ::. lent1y'satire, :: Regulate.Bowels

90tpersea"-b'gitamltitttoih'' ....:...o,.......:_:.a.......:......_. /4." ......may M ..... .. "Other i of Food promoting Cheerfulness,, Rest and '
Inter..t' .........?.....?........... ..05.8&. ..... <' ;
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Borrowed.. Money .._...._... ......._.;. 8.000.00 S .88S." the .... called brlt....... Sleep Opiates .
eavlnar Deficit ..... ... ........ .... .. .../... -n.i10. .. About H
Cr.-Interest, Warrants raid .....?. ......... ... ... .... ... : I.no.oo| tirally always look for the signature of 4..I.k ',

Net Deflelt June. 0th.. 113 .. ...... 61. 4'o.Zl In ibis from great almost world anything a man'can excepta run one of etch! ace :kam.: Physician everywhere recommend it
Warrants.0utatandlog. Tlm. "i away .
June 30th. IIn' (300000 the :
Warrants. Outstanding Current. June 30th. 1123 ._ ...j. . 16.00 83.0!&..41'IYepollltorf guilty conscience and taxes." --

Balance .. ... ... .. ........ ..... .. ... .. ... 2.314.71 There"isn't -mocn' to J *>ie ..i for pany,

the 1 olcl-f sblof ecJ' rWsWhe except affair

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES that 'it winnowed the germs from. a : '

'ASSETS --.-. kiss, v change : I' eerful Welcome tAwaits

The .
C..eral School Fund 7 Herbert x .
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Balance Cash In Depositories ............. .................. ... ..... j S.374.T ducting. I '
Uncollected Taxes. ...._....___...........?...... ...._........... .... .... .. a.740.05 You

'Special Tm* Soheol tMstrict ,

Balance -Cash In Depositories ... v : i"
Uncollected Taxes ....._.L.._..._..._.......-----.c........,?_...?_.::'.".....'..t i sii 445,64 A bI..u'f' .......... a
Balance Cash la District! Bond Funds .?,.......,.,...........'.. SO.tliitt '. Louis

Total Available Assets ............,...,..__............. '.f 118.148.1 A M \w
If a man won't discuss the situation I musical "

...LIABILITIESCB he means to-confess the /ear I The Ta-Miami "

his can't be defend tel. of .
-- that position . .
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.ral- School F..d tented : '

2XaprEi. Outstandlnsr for Current Expenses'> _... ...._ f U..0 "Evil corrupt '.
Time Warrants. Ottstand'n. ,...,_-_r;..,.___,....?,./.,... 3.000.0* communications" good ductor .
manners. There sorely, was ,,-a. with a :
i SpeUl Tae District ...r 81m.I Miami Florida 1 ,
vision of telephone
Warrant. Oul.tanding for Cur.en&.B..ueea'.............,:x 111..111 prophetic. /
'Tlme Warrant. -Outstandln ... ....._ . '''''--"
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'Total' 11",: -!;# wr Asa."i 91dJ.F0F7; . t !t Reasonablestatement, easily injjaginpdr ,. ) '. j '" ...."!"<' . ..
r : TA.terrible: piling-lua! Jnn* ScfTOn; ; 7: ,
\ : ; 1 penedl!;; My wife had eloped with his\ & : most perfectly: ventilated '

$12,9S.15ool : : the:cbauf'f'eur.lId: : ke watt! the .best. :Wlne& ; l ..
I I chauffeur I ever had!," hli"la' --->"

School Furniture 1,-? ..' ;,... ,ipf + ,,1"> . ;..,...- eggs in, / : : otln the S u'h //' .

School 'Apparatus-:...-....-_ t.z.:: :: :4._ .. :L ::::::: ;;t.': 'n : n : These': be soft 'tll ie p. In the old ,\.. :.. .,
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Other School -Property ..;..,..__?_:.._...?.. .ti.............: I.TI&.OO / days' they J;rattled. the,: sword;; -but ;: ! : '.' ., '\ ',... ... .
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SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT ) they merely threaten to withdraw ; / .: "', . ', ..'. ''
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School" Houses and Lots ... :.. ... ........:. .. .. .. .. .. ...j 76.000700 c;;; from the League. That .. 3
School Furniture . .. ... ... ... ...... ..oo[ o, COl'DePui ding -
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j2566.60 ANY ORDINARY MAN CAN t
S i MAKE A FORTUNE. THE HARD \ Every'Room Outside f.
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT iL TAX SCHOOL i I "
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DISTRICT FUNDS ., 'x
EACH WEEK'S IN- chief ".,

MONROE COUNTY . 1923 STALLMENT AS YOU GET IT. liberal *.,
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Even old Dobbin might have, choked voted, . . . . "
up with carbon or something ?if music, I"l
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filled regularly with low-grade fuel. to be, I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS s I f /
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We have about reached the point .

a .;.. a ..:.'II.::0. ..;. ._ae sI.. ,.; .-=.. wants where to the.tart man who revolution loses a or nickel appeal grams.Mr. f print three- S. Parker Gilbert, Jr.; the retiring ';- "<< .
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,,': r: "':!,, r: = r: 'f r Government ald. I boleth announcements:! Under-Secretary of' the United States" .... \
..g "g gg ---:: I I' of insertion to Treasury; born Bloomfield, N. J., .. '._ .
-1:: .!! ..:; gan: for the flat e ..
1 31 ,
'way today. .
plrP4 years ago
mares ?y, n 0dw. 8 It Hn:;! BD .. .. Firpo says he.must learn the Am- day." for the entire e ..,
erican learn '
623.61 6,090.00 417.77 10,413,16 language He must also
446.371961284 18.04141 64.161,646.04 ex-governor' \
612 76,000.00 487.77 10 417,14 146:37 9.112.84 711.4100 '164.18 1446.04 the good American slogan: 'N vor ",announcement Ben W. Hooper, .
lie down on the Job." a later date. .. Tennessee now chairman of U. S. .
.RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF BOND INTEREST AND SINKING --tDon't version Railroad labor Board, born at Newport "
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FUNDS, MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. JUNE30TH, 1923IL mllle," Tenn., 53 years ago/ today.

"Ben' ._. -' .. .
) viable Mrs. Langtry (Lady de Bathe),

of 1 TROUBLE formerly a noted figure orr the English '- .

One wail stage, born on the Isle of. Jersey
i nor. sit and 71 years ago today! .

from intense .
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I : of hi. Henry Williams, John R. Commons, professor of .

a w oS doctors said economics at the University of Wisconsin
4. f : scorn an humble beginning. Darke Ohio,
.L' C for.. of the bladder born in County
.c ,g ; er .. Get a job as chauffeur and in a little
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ago
O ue ::: while with heiress.: ; was necessary. years
a.. you can elope an
GE j; m e gOod Pills and Im-
Dd. I. 75,988.061662086/ 660,367.36. live in all friends Rev. Benjamin J. Keiley Catholic -
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)into f' 1.411.01? Z no.eol : '41.80F If she says has never blshep'of Savannah, born all

... 1* 78.481.611111 ne.181 1nl. I 80.114.8& I.Id.willing...., 'grab to forget...... Afcy the pl girl who will .m had J I ; Pills.as and it per-will Petersburg Va., 76 years ago today.

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This j a dangerous op-
make wife -
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ALL NATIONS
ASKS TO treatment. New elastic wick
A man ..'t oU .ao long a. beca fastenersenable the foot
RECOGNIZSCI'N11STS: give quick relief. patent ..
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS keep cbangtaf bis. mind ofJU screen I. wear to be removed without untying.. -
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Of it [
1jTIGENEVAOct ' t. yI.s k > qualify a a pro-
: ;JS.rha't-j' -. *cl n- .! 'In tHturel no'*opV.3;fr fadverttsements ; . ws - ..
'UsU who make"dlllCoYe ie. elf bake: 'wiDre accepted -after "r--: ,

tit to humanity should! no longer beobkdtebtla 11 a. m. for publication entb e If your''proposition ls a bit shady, .

,+ %* ?* *#/f.9.f.4It. caaie d UrTte. Otijea U mention .the profits first or your c -
'Jabor' .' Was thevj decision of the '.. compelled te ; Uils rult: "'f*.r '. prp8peetlnay feel In.ulted.II .,' I. .

} ,I.etgneNUW3! C411fdedOn. 0'- theUssoaltht-so'lii t & e4ter; of West at .
the Key
*octal "problems in'a report given to Users:'wait untO the' 'Ui "*,:.-'. i ,; riber--where the Republican Every citizen who has , welfare -

\\ibe General AueD\bl1t'.jlaerLeap. 0 lIIeII\: to send in ther,..een"entailing I .convention will be held. I S r .

I! recently' held at Geneva.' extra expense/ unnece..Isry .. Well" It (tWll1\\be, held' in the fore.- : heart should register and pay his "Poll tax so .
adopted rush and delay In ground from
A reeolution was urging delivery now. on. "
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n itpltlfel"t4ill: }E1ithi-l6! : ttt7 .. .rof'th.llperr. : .. willlbe in posijtiofi 'to vote:1\ :
'r "ot''ihe '. wbeap+' diita +- > ,.The'- nice' thing about, a white- : th it he a .1
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1eoyerUc't r.'' inventions "have' often a collar job,,.is that you never are accused '

4.4 \brought fortunes, 'prosooters* but YTom. of,gouging your' employer in I at the coming city election ....
only'poverty' to scientists. the matter of wages. .
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RICH STREET;, SINGERSLONDON 1 .
R ..YM7n'e I.0.r.n .. - ... ' ....' ,.I The. '''mountain travail{i andbr1iught ., i .

', v. ',\_. tT.II ....YEARS IN J.f>>AIL. Oct. lI.laDY'mual. forth a mouse,J, and it took ... . 1
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elans who, left orchestra to.beeome an Amendment W the ConsUtutlon S
EJtLIN jOct 18rA- postcard street singerchave bpobmt rich'an]>4 both hip useful. I
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oaq.d in New York b,1901 wUs de- most of them escape paying an1f InC '''- GAS SERVICE COMPANY OF KEY WEST ,
;" >livered here to the addressee 17 - : .. .
ill'11. lb.r w'J,, mtathli. 1Y., ., Comet thls'sentence: !VI punish i (
yiare i
. .ISter.ru '.' . the. children at tIme.," confessed the 1 ''.,,ar .

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: ";' -Wichita, EaL.'Ja thetlargert: broom of thi promUent -IlidgMHes41n' the rittr1.fk 'oiI' cl .,,;.t. .' .: .,.. .

: corn market; in ,the .. 14.1" new: republic of Esthonie. .' ROBERT QUILLEN. F .
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:. '.PAGE . .. THE KEY WEST CiTIZEN/ ,SAT1".nD.. _.:y, OC'PODER.13, 192!.;

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,.; I .SATURDAY, ',.AND>> 'EOKDAJOUR.TVyXXBIG."SHOE flrEiiLOflMONiTTi: ; .;. EQAVSAiE: ,..! ." ., I I( ,,

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"' : AND DRY GOODS DAYS .:ISIQ'Ducno_ .l ON' 'LAPIES;}"MISSES':':AND; CHILDREN'-' : .' i f-HEO. tflTSBERfc: tf SON, 'r.TM

'. ..Hundreds, : \ ;( Shoe for Ladies, Missesy /t. SILK 'ANP. .'.ERCE. , DRESSED. ':' ;>1 v; ,( V);.,,.J,.' 'r "* "
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1< .. .. and Children-AU at'Special Prices "\ .' ;; .. .. Canton Crepe' { h-esses, s.eVwloaqw.idieplav.JS; ; : : styles'')for. .
t'- k 86-lnc h"AII I Wool Stop'Serge's:., :.....;. ...,L ..... ..:...!.....-; .98 Monday at ._...?.....*.........>*......i..;_.:.fl.....Mviv. r-**.-...*".t-.rM'l! . 0.OO ., #,
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?+. Gorgeous' Ladies' Suits". ".....-.. .........,... .-.-, ...........:$14.90 to $35.OO''Beaotlful . 86-fnch AU Wool .Crepe' y ........,,'.....:I...; ....;.... ........_ .... .1.3. !:':OUR DRESSES ARC' Tll.E'TALK.OF .THE TOWN n .
\ Silk Dnu.. ..........,,.....................,,-...... 10.95 to ;39.SO 86-lnch New D.eel&1\S, in Voile ,4'........;.........:..,.. .r..........._ ..150 Received shipment'of-Stylish. Stout Dresses, .ekes -of to. ,J+, ,t'K '\' .
t .. ''Elegant Coats for Ladles,,Misses and Children ..',. .2,96 to' .50 If' .B6-inch .M.rquisette for Curtain..,;.................: :. .:; ....,..., 20. : '62 W," from '_...........,_............. r.T.l .SO to 35.00 ".JIII., '
t '3.95't. 40-inch'All Shades Jttushlenary.7.;?.......?....-.,......!.,.rv.-,?!! !! :?,.i:; 1.48, r, "'.Made of; vy..C.nton.F1.t Crepe'and"5 itin'Faced'CantonL 'r ,
Chiffon Children and'Infant's Coats 10.00n '
Broadcloth '
\ y. We Sell SilIdhat.We.rs.YWe. ; ; have the.LarKest Stock; .in Silk.irf. r;..., i-/JU.e".N."J'.Brown: and qotOL.! ''" : : i
'Ladies''IS/Je/ ,,'. Children's .Sweaters Knitted. .Capes 2.95 to lP-95' the CIt,,. CordedCrep. silk, the fewest Out,86inch . ;.All of our.French.. tngitams, .,,tegular .bOcon,, J'1 l.alL$(( ."': "' :
."...4.40-inch' Heavy tJanton Crepet at only-.........................:.i....,....;,2.49' !! 5e"Tr Q ,.'Dimity' Checks. ) 6 yards for;.,_. ...._._". ..9. 1'" .r( Monday,? 8 for ......-j,j iJ .."'.,...:..'... ...._.b.M.M..t:; *.';...:I\\..,.9A'.!....Aic.: ..< ,' '., .Extra Quality\Heivy Canton Crepe at, yard ......?.........; 2.98' '. QcT- Engbeh Long Cloth.6 yards.foS .,.._........;-...........f.....-.. .a, Chiffon Taffeta- ww e lon, at ......::;_,..;.'.......-......,_. ,.i''i; 1.98 ;, t I'
5,4-inch Chiffon Broad Cloth and Flannel for Skirts, yd. ..;. 3.95 Round Table Cloths, for Monday ?...,.:.,.....,..._......?..r...:... 1.25' Striped |4ng .tte: reg. (Be. our price 2. yards for ._.,.,?....; 1.00; .,?
Our'Table Clotla'rance ...._. .. Short Lengths of Georgettes, all-colors at;:yard.n. _.... .98 sl"
Sfl-iTich All Wool Serges, all new sport shades, yd. .... ....... l.OO tn'trfee from $1.25.to-.a. ..._.. .,.. ...... ... .
. Be. Grade fiddle Blouses, aile 8 to 22 .........._..... ::..__.. jl.aS, Silk Striped Shirting, rg. 6&c. Monday, yard : v., : 4} r
86-Inch packet We ve Epangrce at only; ydr .......?......:......... .50 ,86-Idch! .Indi.n Head, not 88-1nch _........__....,..:.......-..,........... ; ..30 .. All Silk Canton"Crp: e j regular S3.00, Be"t.Quality Pure Linen, 86-lnches! wide,'yd ................. 1.00 "," 40-lnchWhitit :value GOF, Mond.,. : .._... ........ .f".aa' ;'.ncy"; Towels on sale Monday 2 for...._.._....,_:.<.._..-...;: ..:.,. '1.00'Merce'rbed ' ,
- .8l.ee Coats Suite Dresses; French Tweed -....._.. .22.so.to 35.00, .I.In&'ette for ncesse SpP.l.d.; ... .... ..........at'y................._._ 85. Table Damaskj, \hlehly:Tiaercerlied- regular \66e .\..; d:
\ '40-inch Red Flannel,for sport! wear, yard ......::\.................. I..a' All B6-inch..Whft..CottoD Silk andCambric, 6 yards for.........&.._,... .::99 '2 yards for ..-'.. _."...,.::.;...:.,....._..__...;....._aw...+n......5;'$1.00 0 e.
\8 'dereey Shirtingsemethin _.?....._.._......_... lAb" ?) 'silk.'Spanish Laces-; all overs,.,15 pieces on sale| Monday at'
Mnch Colored FancyvUndtrwear, Batiste, yard. ............ ..28x 07llter Color Rajah SUit 'for Suits .
-\ (\ <., 'Tub' Silk for Dreaee..$. or' Monday Sport .......and..__Dre..t........_..:...._...._..n.... I..S IAS.. per yard.._r.. ..:..._"..._...._ ..._:..._...:;...:..;.. : ._::,;....' .;.i.a(<

\ AND' MANY OTHER SUITABLE VALUES:'AT / Striped Shirting: ...,/;............,...: _.... ... :.. ................................, .25 Full FaahiOn-Silk Hose, regular $2.00, on sale'Monda'y'at-, ";: I
N f' 40-Inch.Flowered Georgette :.....?.............................................. I..a 'per p.ir._;... "-r._..._..._a?..__..?:..,..?:..#._:. .. .:..-... ..; fl.7a .
''I ... Hemstitched. Pillow 'C. ee, PeperelL grade, rtgular Stic'on' '

CURTAINGOODS/ IN'TAPESTRY,.DRAPERY" FISH NET sale Monday at per pair ....-... .'.......__- ....w.-.......'.....-90e..! '
Real Pajama Check, full pieces, best grade made, yard wide,
MARQUISETTE. AND VOILE "reg. 26c grade, on Sale Monday 6 yards for ............?.._1.00 1
Lingerie Cloth all colors, see window at 3. yards for t.._..* 1.00. '
filE STORE English Long loth..reg."25C;'Doe Flnisb-iSpecial, 6 yds. ...... 1.00 a
OF FASHION Blue Serge, All Wool Sponged and Shrank, reg. $1.50 at ... 1.00
Extra Size Silk Hose Black and White. Gordon regl.'U.25 at.l.OO
I' .I.,. APPECkOlJTH Pepperal Pillow Cases, 42x36 reg. 89c. Special 8 for ........ .l.OOWhite
Indian Head, Linen Finish Special 4 yds. for ....... 1.00
t Fprrest Mills Cotton 20c yard wide I 5.yards for .,:..... 1.00 .
\\4 -. :. : .. . .. . -.y_- ., / Red Star Diaper Cloth, 27-inch, reg. $2.26, Monday ....?..._ 1.9O :;
: French Serge, All Wool, Guaranteed.reg. $2.26. Monday 1.7S II
XPERlENCFS"OF TT 1 1The Silk Japanese Pongee heavy gradet' reg...$1'.26. at. .:.'..'., l.OO t-tAU
1 THE WEATHER ] Received another Case of Pepperal Extra Large Sheets"""" '"

r SPECIAL AT' ./ WIRE STRINGERS: l 81x90, on.-Sale for Monday,. Special. at -_...II.._...__ 1.45 -

I following report of weather
- ridtions! - -- .--
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/ tOOGNANTSCoconut ALONG .EAST; COST med today by the United .Stiite - '
leather Bureau Station In* Key )
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/ ASK US FOR PRICES ON
I West It covers the weather taken '
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m. today and reports the
CYPRESS OAK WHITE PINE .
CORPS GIVE' lowest temperstnres last
:Of LINESMEN INTERESTING night:

1 ..and Sour a 'ACCOUNT OF HAPPENINGS Station Abilene ('raining) ._,.Tem.45 MAHOGANY CALIFORNIA RED WOOD YELLOW PINE ?

/ '.. AND SCENES' FROM Atlanta (clear) _._.........V68
Boston (cloudy) :....,. Our prices are reasonable and our stock as good as fine lumber,
./ SopGONFECTIQNERy: Ice .pr am; MIAMI TO KEY'WEST"' .. Charleston] (clear)'.+.,...._.fi4 and good mills can make it. t I' ,

1{ Chicago (raining) .:.'...............50 'We also] 'carry in' stock complete line. 'of sashes, blinds'and I
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; In a recent issue 'of the' telephone: Dodge City (cloudy) ,............-......88 doors John-Manville'i. and. .Certain-teed.,. roofing;, .Dixie. Metal
workers organ a publication devoted Galveston((1',.. cloudy) ....,........:....72 Shingles, Cement. Laths, and .Plaster, d all kinds\of Moddingrs!
: to the interest of"this'-organization Hatteras ( .........
I pt. cloudy ?._..80 ". '. PRICE!,' '
LUCJGNAI Ii appeared iw article J by W It Pedrick, Huron- (clear) ...._....__.._.?_...._.80 SERVICE .QUAljfY 'w .-11
.' of Atlanta, 'in which an. interestingand Jacksonville (clear) ,_...........?,.6$
vivid descriptions is given. of the KEY WEST (pi. clow!,) _.......75 : CURRY'S; SONS: CO. :
I incidents and scenes in connection Miami (pt. cloudy\ ) ...,._.........?...7g OrWM.. '
> with the work ''stringing""a copper New Orleans(clear) ..,...............68 -
wire circuit from. Pv Miami',. 'to. ....*;Key New York (cloudy) .......,._.BG
I "522 DUVAJ S 2. PHb1 NIt'37'L WIs.t: '! T St. Louis (cloudy) ...;,-._C6 ......................................................yl .
They author In"telllng.'o'lhe: much Tampa ( ._ ._. .... '
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enjoyed,task:-of commpletinghe'ruahorder ; : Washington, (foggy) ... ?}...........,.80 FOR REAL ESTATE AND. RENT AL3 SEE THE

job says that most people have I Williston- (cleAT, ). ... .'x......'\2 i KEY WESTINVFTMENf: CO i
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is .In'\tl? rJ4&.bat.' says: Uviera.Ttax1rfisJl'; ' ltl.n : 'I:. -. .;... :M. ... :
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and on every side .are great masn a ,
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1:1F : a building was a scene which '. ..
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greatly impressed them, while onfi; r
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t I li III of viewing the beautiful black-eyod) ., The R. S. .HOWARD PIANO

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The"following, report ,1 thb7receipt.sna.-'dl.bDr..mellb of the School ; .. '. presented; atop the
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"-...".. 'Warrant. outstandingand a statement Monroe 'Jr' .
iba..eltc4and: & .., and the value of School Property t>f the aald i la over Revue" coming! direct from the .
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Count? ai reported on the loth day of June.mi.: by the County Board of the fishing season :. '" '.
Public Instruction 'and the Superintendent of Publlo Initructlon* hereby and'there:' # i.-'DO'-plf"weathler.' bow Little Theatre, 'London. It is rathera
published under the provision of Chapter 81I.. Act of 1111.. lave of, keep to practicet: 'Coqlpete'revue, with;tones- dances,
FlerM&: .. ERNEST AMOS. does. ''r.,jrood'Uar> _.._. .. <*j. '< i $re..I< '}, : burlesque1! skits jokes, i>.'T8>fHge; ./

i /& 1 Comptroller.GENERAL comedians
LtYJNf'11it"K'.JtUN"DISTRJd'r; and a group .interesting. ,
: :: AT tLEAST'-AFFORDS 4'UTTLE; the most Interesting .and versative of
SCHOOL:
FUND. which wasl-Morrls Harvey :.somewhat
THRILL FOR THOSE WHO AN- ,,
D.posItor' 'Balance. January: let 111 .. _?.... _..?.. 't' 111,11Outstanding SWER THE ,DOOR BELL AT. rotund bttt.an easy going ang.'smooth
Warrants.-! Tim.. January1st, ItSS ...._8 l.000.06 .. ,' I .
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Outstanding Warrants, Currant January 1st ItlS 19.H4. n......i NIGHT.. working t
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'Net DeficIt January 1st., IIta ...:_..._....?' .___,...__._ i" -78..7 9.MM :<< --- 'groups .
>i.Ul I.w Six. *..bat admire his artistry; and wonder 'at .
Prom-TaxCollector, Taxes .. ....... ...... ........;...._...._.:J.! 14.Ht.Ot his irreat. versatile ability The music j' .. iIr
Tax Collector Polls ....v............... .... ...........__ 1.007.00 I
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Comptroller. Redemptions .... ....:.......................... e".lo' was catchy, the -girls especially -
'Comptroller- Railroad Tax .8.f41.01, hard and if she .
Comptroller One Mill Tax .................................. 1..05Complroll..lllt..re.t pretty and. working, / aI
State School Fund ..... .. l.lZO.fS company was somewhat minims on .
County Judge. Hunting. Licenses .........._......\... 57.00 "- singing ability,. they at' least offered .
Superintendent Borrowed Money ...,...............XJ.dOO.OO 1 I ,
?*" Superintendent Bale ........................' .........., ...:.\ *'.BO Aww us. 20 varied numbers, of which quitea II
Superintendent Transfer .....................................:\ 8,600.00-(- . . .. enter. I I II
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Bank. Interest ..._......................... ...... _...,.....!R.: .. \ 43.0V s i I
_Marls Russell Refund ..... ..... ................. ............ SS.OO C2.-870.tl kid:'Iylt' ;: -outatanding characteristic taining. .

Makh&: Deficit....._............ ...... ..... ......... ... ...;...'. ............... ". -+10,819.A-w ', of all. born'failures is an unvarying -. A skillful shadow dance was:done
I/lah.rs!reeatn for jill. Moarksr .' ...earnestness.succeedis. .. by Irene Olsen and her /girls, which :
E"p."ded for Schools:, \ b .
Salaries of Teachers. ._.." .. .-.... .. ... .................. .1 19.4U ;84 was one of the best jiuftbers. "Lucky: .
V&pal&' .to 'The "Wayitp to find yourrlght Bargett by Mr. Harvey somewhat MOT
: : was RI Fletcher's Castorla !Is harmless Substitute for
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W..to Books.0..1.::: : ; .. ::::.: : : : :::::::::.:::: :: :::.::::::::: 16.17 and find-the-rtght'wife.- wpii; *UbV 'fsyorfto while the i Castor Oil, are. ric. Teething Drops and Soothing Syrups,
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'" '"" prepared to-relieve Infants in and Children ..11 of : .
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,lilary. Librarian ...... ...... ..... ....... ...... .... ...,...,.." 4Ep'o5alary"AtCejrtdkHce'OTflfer ' "Girls of tbs..A1Jd 1 tifee.Af sunsii byCicely arms .. ages .
I. it, too mildly.
."....-.... ....11.........Z...........: -tit .-.. Kipling expressed DeBenham and assisted by a I

Expppp:ftAIlY.i.\ .\'teadeht' rT. ._ : ... ..... ._:.... I....... : The female.oLjb9, specie male is more. group of'cortely'JaWel:: ( in the garb Constipation Wind Colic
-Tssv.N.g.Ez: "nMVi< uperl. eadenT\r!! .,..'..._.... : deadly t an,.J hree... Jo.1'! of ..IR/nt 1 yearLutrowaadntuemusingsatire Flatulency T6 Sweeten Stomach .
,J y -Irlem & ....... .
; ; ad)4Ue.ge.o, Members of Hoard ..2 if. 0 . .
Incrdent.ll't6r. Board and fluperlnt. .nd ..._ ..... ..4tBxpensos -o.. cleverly) conceived and excellently Diarrhea( V Regulate Bowels
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of Bzamlnatlone ... .... ....,.... "......... ....-. AAD ._.IIMoI, .ta'. 1M f.s.d I.t' a : Aide in the assimilation ol Food Rest and ; '
Interest ...._....._ .. ...... .... .... .....-.-... ...... -.. ..... .. .... 4336 aq "Other Days; ," 'and the passing tab- promotinaCheerfulness' ; ,
Borrowed ......... ... ..... . .. . ".. .....tric.-\: \ ...r. pate an
Money "'" ._ .... ... .. .. '."" .00 3...18..l* i .rltch.: leau, after Kipling's "And I Learned I i. Natural Sleep without Opiates ,
Leaving .. .. ... . -- called Women From Her" artistically
peflolt . ...... .. n About wax o '
Cr."-interest. ., Warrant* raid ... .."" ...". ...... [ ... I'.llt.ZoNet world presented and was accepted as To mold& Imitations, atwayi look for the signature of ,

Deficit. June ..._..._-. . In this great a man can runaw.y best revie numbers of Proven fictions on. each! !. package. Physicians everywhere recommend itT .
0th. Uti :... ..... ........... .. "."?.? from almost anything excepta one of the
Warranta Out tandlnK' Time June *"*. ," .. .. $83.000.00 the season. Thereafter the enter I
warrants Outstanding. Current. June SOth. 123 ._. 1 guilty conscience and'taxea.L .
n' js.oo 6j1.016.00 .
... .. x tafament began topale, butthe com-
Depoxltory Maid nee .... ..... ... .... -.'. .'.... . . .... -- -r "" :a.SH.T! character and the entire -
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1 the old-fashioned) mustache except affair was typically British and j,

ASSETS AND'LIABILITIES, that it winnowed the germ*'from a Broadway accepted it as a fair exchange
,i .-'_ ._ kiss. between the two' countries.The A Cheerful Welcome
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ASSETS : a orchestra: was particularly good .

C.B.ral School Fund ,1, Herbert Stothart, of Broadway cunductlng. -

Balance Cash In Depositories .........._........ .. .,. .. .. 3 374.7* tvbuo aql / .
Uncollected Taxes ............._................? ..?_Z...!... ... ..".'.".. 3.1141.6| -----.. .' 5 Awaits You ..

,Special Tax Scko.. DistrictBsJa"icV"cashTliT'blVtrVcV'BOTd''Fnn'ds I .

Balance Cn.h! In ''D.po.ltotl......._......_......................... E446.14; ..Appropriate' occupations. 'A
Usoolleeted Taxes! .__..'.._ \."A Mr. Ball is president of the St. *
........_...7iZ: ; _.SMltiSi. Louis' Baseball Club.A .

Total Available Assets .. .. .............. .....-.,. .,.,... .,.....f 69.8U.6t Mr. Horny has Just opened a -'

.: '. If a man won't discuss the sltua-. musical exchange'1n New York. ? '

. ;. -LIABILITIES tion, he means to'confess the fear The Wurtltxer Company, makers Hotel Ta-Miami\ Tl

I __ that 'his position can't be defended of mu instruments have just prc-
C.Bral jckool Fu.dWarrants ntntcd Kdwlri? Franko Goldman, conductor ,

Time W.rrant.Outstanding Outstanding for Current. __...,.Expenses. ._.._......:::::':: .::: t ...ooe 16,1/:.. "Evil communications corrupt good' of the famous Goldman Band, ..I .
Special/Tax Dletrlct' manners." There; surely was with a goldplaked'cErnet.R'.1t4nq 1

warrants Outstandln for' Current Expensp0: .. u'n: prophetic.. vision of 'telephone seryicq. -', Miami, Florida t.
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t.. Total 7r.cr mewc. .ciii,3 SU .. .;t. x .. .-..--. 1 '5116/// 11 tlawpbrs":sytebt.nt;rM -- hn.bslL.ltbs">; Brosdalal' . .
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.. penedt I My wife has eloped tkthechauffeu.nd his championship prognostication, Mr. The .most perfectly ventilated '
VALUE.OF SCHOOL PROPERTY
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Winchell accustomed to singing
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:s .J. ; :. his lays; that' "orders his ham and I. '
S VV School Houses and Lots _.....__.._..;........;..;............ ....:.sm.'tso.oo' A' L' .. \<: .. '- '. ; he .
School Fnrnltur ,ipw.(:..;;."" ....._...-" ......w..y"...._.- ;v.0,380.00 'old egg* in a Beethoyert'donota. He,!Ja yn! ,; : ,:.: ,, hotel ', in the South -. / .. '
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_...... .. .. 0.00tt r< a ;-These'be' sx>ft In the ; ,
School Apparatus .. _... ......... .oM.nar'' ,7 7 . .(< ,
Other School /Property ,.:..._-I"-.t.-...........',..?.-_...ye;... J....W...:',)' 1,716.01 l days they rattled ""the. sword i but Belcher dollars marks or yeti. "';. . .f.. ',rkW" \ 'I."'. !-'-!,",.,'Prs'! ,?,':'I.\\-t.; I... + '. ;1) ..i.. : " :Fir. : .. "'rtr. l

!(i-";, ,'k >. ':'i1"f: :"ll' .* :-:' :. ", SPECIA.L". .I DISTRICT wj:?. "'. +1 they merely threaten' "to* withdraw V . Rubles: crowns or francs .. : : :' ': .f> .c' : ''' . I'" '. : . '
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: School" Houses'.ud Lots ._.a....._. -._...;...... .._.........7...r..I TB'.OOO.OO from the i Lea 'Ue. 'that'MCGraw's team tope again
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School Furniture .. ..... .. ..... ................. -. . ..000." ' ---T' .When they play the Yanks European Plan Corner Building. :

'. IZ5 .7I5.00 ANY ORDINARY MAN CAN I

MAKE., FORTUNE. THE HARD Open All Year Every Room Outside
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL PART IS TO REFRAIN FROM Leonard"""7 Lieblingr, the editor in' .

DISTRICT ''FUNDS ,. CONSUMING EACH WEEK'S IN- chief of "Musical Courier," and a ,

MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA JUNE 30TH, 1923 _'..- STALLMENT ASYOU GET IT. liberal contributor to the gaiety of

e nations, particularly that section devoted .,
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old Dobbin have choked or presumably devoted, to
( Even might : 5S S ...
s I I.t up with carbon or something Jf music, takes the lead in what promises .

filled regularly with low-grade fuel. to be a very long and appreciative' NOTICE TO ALLPOLITICAL TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS
. : procession of musical iconoclasts de. : [l
N. CANDIDATES
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... ...... We have about reached the point manding revision o'f musical pro .

... :: ;i .* :: .i.. ;i i where the man who loses a nickel: grams o The Citizen-will print three- S. Parker Gilbert 'Jr., the retiring'
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Is. .- ... '" .. wants start a revolution or has taken the shibboleth
.. .. .. .. tp aptpeal I fr. Liebling as
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i, .. .. ; RRJ" ... is O/C .. .t' for Government aid.Flrpo .' e. line political announcements Under-Secretary: of the United State .
:Y ub .. :! :' : .:. .. :. GGQ! .. gtSs: this apt and encouraging slogan from the time of Inllrtlon'to Bloomfield N. J.
; I I Treasury, born at ,
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r e 1. ." c" "n .e C." IO "1- Mi CJ"a" C" the date of election for the flat 31 today.
"I ago
... ;; he must learn the American years
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1fTTT says
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It a: J --.- ;: l ::: H r' : a ud language. He must also learn 'rate of $10.00 for the 'entire -
1 II 683.M 78.000.001 487.771 10,4ia.3| 4n.I1).1I.| j 76,000'76.COO.OOl 854.16|1.4U.0. I time of "
whether the announcement Ben W.
Hooper,
ex-governor
the slogan "Neverlie
821.61 487.771 10.413.81' 44K: 7|'.61'.,4| 75.000 954.16 1446.04 good Americ :
down on the Job." June Mathis, who made the screen Is made now or at a later date. Tennessee, now Chairman of U. S.

RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF BOND. INTEREST AND SINKING .- version of "Fetor Horsemen," "Ca. t Railroad labor Board born at Newport .
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FUNDS, MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA, JUNE 3OTH. I.23I tnille," and who is now at work on e a Y Tenn., 53 years ago toda,.

a _ _ viable 4 _
Mrs. Langtry (Lady de Bathe) r

; V . of Hollywood. SERIOUS BLADDER TROUBLE formerly a noted figure on the Eng- ... ,,

tIl One'of the stars was reading about linh stage born on the Isle of Jersey,
l.e r'z Achilles dragging the body of Hector "Could not stand nor sit and was 71 years ago today. '

IVt4 forced to out from: intense .-.
around the walls of Troy at the tail cry .

of his chariot. pain," writes Henry Williams, John R. Commons, professor of >
, ... 4 I she said she hesitated t economics at the University of Wts.
"Gee, as Tarkio Montana. "The doctors said ;
scorn humble .
_-V' f. p: Don't an beginning.Get for a moment to take in .the picture consin, born in Darke County Ohio,
'of the bladder
... a Job as chauffeur and in a little I: had inflammation "'. *
, ., ? F :'i while you can elope with an heiress* possibilities of the scene ; "it Is.' and an operation was necessary. 01 years ago today. if" N- ,
1 i5 F; .a om thing that June .Mathis didn't -
1 n; ; good' Tried Foley Kidney Pills and improved -
Bd. |Is TS.888.03 U.810.881| . I I60.2S7.3K .. live in those days. She would have Tell -all friends Rt. Rev Benjamin J. KeileyCatholic
I If.... says sli. has ..._ ... at once. Ay
Int. | .,.7.60 i.tso.ool 1- 147.80 kissed; Arab h.r. Aay <(iri whoIs had it on the serein inside of a : about Foley Kidney Pills ks it will bishop of Savannah born at
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71.0&85.63 Ht7,870. | "
Petersburg Va., 70 years ago today.
month. from suffering and
n. willing to forget th. past will : save many ) perhaps
.' -_ _ t.M __. This was repeated to. Miss Mathis. in case a dangerous op- J
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ASKS:ALL NATIONS TO . . . . e a. . . Jr "Well," said the young writer, "al eration." Bladder and kidney New elastic shoe laces, fitted with
he didn't write it for the trouble demand prompt; treatment.
A.... Isn't old so sag as horaoack though I fasteners, enable the footwear '
RECOGNIZE. SCIENTISTSeGENEVA' I,4 .NOTICE TO'ADVE: FTkSBRS, ca. ..... cbaa5lag 10111 ..I.. screen, Homer did a fairly good job Foley Kidney Pills give quick relief. patent be removed without untying.
to
F w .- -- *> Y ...i, v : tea to ...lIf., as a pro: of it himself." i J, The. Key. West Drug.Co. Octl-lm .
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Oct.: 13_That scien- I; future no copy for advertisements ,!...1... IQ "-: -- __ J.
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tJ .cJJ'fpveriAA.qf b. will be accepted atte. .
r 1 fit to humanity shOu1ct 1o"orro1o.1.ad btr e n a. m.' for 'publication on -If your proposition Is( a bit' shady, 1 1

.. \h.ter .t"f:" r lta ot their., .tt II.AIII': dst The giux.n is ,. mention the profits first or your 4, 1 I .. I i

11E 1abo.u'1"r" dec1a1bn''or; the 'com; ell.4' U make U/nYttw e ptvspecbi may feel insulted. > 1< .. I '" ,

League: ,of Natlct9t'4.pinji se!ol1 onr thoreasonlthat! so. many, dver- ::--- has. the welfare Qf ;key West at
'social problems in report 'given 'to e titerswalt'until'th.' bat'm.- A* suBscriber'asks where the Ret Every: citizen who : .

.Jtthe General Assembly; of the League ment to send In their copy en- publican convection- be' ,.held. .

'.". ,fJf Ntd'.tti t--' "..... .'r1pflsg.xtry.. expense unnecessary .. Well it will be held 'In the.. foreground . f.,. heart should register and pay his poll' tax so I
'J,: lddo : r'' ;rush.pddelay in delivery :.from now.on. ..,. I
'a .an countries to protect the property .. of. the paper '- 'e 4. .

,x 'Bright: of the > savants ,...who, '' dUeoverUa . . Th" bice thing. about''I. a1, white- that he will J bt iri a position to vote I. r.tf ..,J
or"inventions have often . . .'. . -. . . . . .'. collar job is that you never are accused ,

'S brought' fortunes' promoters,,but" of gouging your employer; In 1.V4(V 5 at thelcoming city election ,:
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h3 only' poverty to IICI t.iIIta.. .. .. the matter of wages ? S '
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.... .'. 17kEA> S' JN, 1tA1L" >1 ,,o ti.Ajrujyrf; Oct13r-Mint' musicians brought forth a mouse, and It .took :.. ,. .. become .
who..Jett orchestras 'to an Amendment.to: the Constitution .
BERLIN Oct. 18A' ,postcard streetsinrershaT.becom' rich and to make both hip pocket 'useful." '.. .. .

mailed In' New York. in 1906 wu delivered most of'them, escape' paying any-in- .. : : {;' GAB.SERVICECOMIANY: OF'.KEY' WEST .
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;> bare .ib: the adareseee 17 .
.. ,, e me tax. Correct V this sentence: ..., "jt punliiiTs.h1Wn11 .. .
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':f The distillation' :of brandy U one mother" -" u' never when.t J ana "'.' :' .- :

".tWleplta. Bal ia the Urges broomern of the prominent\> industries in 'the. angry. ,' .. \ ", '

.." market' in,.tKa, world new, republic of E hoDIa. \,ROBERfK.. QUILLENr'3 .-
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PAGE EIGnT : .,, ,' ; .' ,, ';\. '. THE KEY' .w Sr-ct Iz N't': '. /I'I SATLT.DAY,. OCTOBER 13, 1923.: *. W"\' \

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:\i l ,j\\'m'.I'.Jt.; '\--' -S'AiTURJiAY' : : Y' ,ANfi 1 M.6jp: A''YOUR ' I,, \ SP FC'IAt' ORiro: :N.DAY: n n, '., MONDAY' t. '- ; > '.

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t.I ". (' TWO? BIG SHOE AND:DRY GOODS'DAYS: : /i' 819 R'EDUCTIO ON LADIES% SMI3ES'I AND CHILDREN'S t.tsifG' : & 'SON \
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.SILK AND SERCE JDRESSES .
'.? ," Hundreds of New Styles in Shoe-for Ladies, _Misses : '. '
'and.Children All at Special Price. : a -', i.It. / .. .jr- -.' ; ?. " f. \sA sntOn lee wJndoV( : *llsplajrn; 18, stylesoX1. tMonday

'.' '\. /;, 88-Inch All Wool Stormn Serge w J';...,...'.. ..,..;;."*'!.'.-.. 1--..'.....-:....L.$. ,'>.9a a u,.. ............/.........,X..:rr'_ha> '.)..*'*..r.-..'.. "**<...\ .QG.: .
: r Gorgeous Ladfea''Suits,, .. .?,..;.,....'.....r.....*..?....*......I4. O .to $35.OO 86-inch All Wool Crepe ..,._. :.....":oa.-..._._: .....-.......).......".:, 1.3.; OURTOESSE3 ARE.THE.TALKpl'TIIE.TOWN' : ; : ?:
Beautiful,' Silk Dresses ..._........................._.:.!!l.J .,... 10.B8' t39.50.'. 86-inch New Deel 'nI. in Voile L86Inch -.-..:;;?............::.,.l.:.-......,-._, .,,?''"" ..SO .Received a..J Wpment.of Stylish 'S out Dresses.sixes' up'' to .
Marquisettevlor .. ...... ..... ......_. .. .... .*.., _* : ,,'38,00' ;' .' "
; Elegant Coats for Ladies; Misses and Children ... 2.9ft Curtains .. .4. .JO' : 2'Kifroni; 'A.tt. ':* :J.:- :;a..tl e,11a$18.11Oto: ;" : .
; : .f f. 8.50f' I 40fnch'All Shades Kuahienary . .... .. ..ZiZ.\A .Satin. Canton, ,
, sl ; ; .., ; ___ *, Made of Heavy Canton Flat Cropand. Faced// 4.
Broadcloth, Children and Infant's Coats '5 10.00i '
Chyfon .
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Wears. Brown and Cocoa. ,
rWevSell Silk that We have the' Largest Stock in Silk In *I Black, Navy f 4. \ "
i Ladiea'Miseee'.Chidren'e. ; .. Sweate'rty. !! knitted .Capes. .?.'.5. to"10..5' , the pity. Corded Crepe: :Silk, the Neweet.0ut.8inch '; i All' of our French, Ginghams I ,:regular,.60!; on sale t all:""da: : '.
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,40-inch '
ct Heavy Canton Crepe, at only .4, :. -. .;;. ., ,;>,:} .3fi.4& Heavy Qu.hty\DImity Checks,'.6 ... ? '*'r Monday, ,S. for.l.i: : : ? 'Vo'-.t' \; 1p
.r yards foryNVa; ; ,;. :..9.// .. ....... .,.._...... .. ._,.: ...., I I '" '. ,, JI
... ; new1 *
.. .. 86-inch Cloth
; Extra Quality Ilea Canton Crepe'at;: yard:. .- : ; -2.>5. English Long 5.yards for,:;....*._.. . 64-inch Chiffon Brpad Cloth and Flannel for Skirts, )'d"1'1!)S';." t. Round' Table Cloths,)'.forMonday! .:....;......._._._..M...?.......!......' 1.28 ""i '1!Striped Ungrette< I"I' 6Bc, our, all price.colors'2 yards, yard for. ; :;.......;.. 'j :\00'..a ", .
of
Short-LettffthB Georgettes .
'; .;36-Inch All Wool Serges, all new sport '.h&des, yd.- ........... 1.00 \ Our Beat Table cloths Middle.range BloUIeI 1npdees from $1.28 to .,...!'.?......... ..9a ., Stile-Striped Shirting' reg. 65c; Monday, yard w:.....1--................. .40 "1"' '.
Grade
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Nr ; 86-inch Basket.WeaveEpangee: at;only ,yd .........;...t.,......,. '.$oW I 86-fncb Indian head, Dot S8.lncb to : .,_.....r..::.!..?:_:y...:.x............?..: 1.21.1.30t '' All'Sllk-Canton., regular 8.00, pyr price' Monday: ..... "4
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Bent Quality Pure Linen86dnches w.ldyd.: ;??..,.;.;........ J jf.OO: t 40.inch White BaUste.alua.SOe, .Monday: at ..... ...::._ ... ... Fancy Towels, on sale :Monday 2 for 7..r---fJ_ _. .:. .1.00 s
f ..8-piece Coats, Sulta,- Dreeses, French Tweed' :....... 2Z.50 to ,,38.00 Ltogette for Prince' SUps ,.................................;....., : ? .:.. .65.IS. I Mercerized. :'Table'Damaskhighly'merc'erUedu.regnlar, 65c '.
4s 40-inch Red :Flannel for sport wear, ;yard .'......, 1.B8 86-iDeh White Cotton and'Cambric:; ,5 yards for r.-:.,:._.._ ., ..ap 2 yards for ........- ...__. ....__...... -_..;.;.,........,..-. ....'$1.00:; 4y
86-inch Colored Fancy Underwear,. ,3.--... .,. ., All 'Silk Jersey Shirting, something new ....___..._.."..?'.: '048.:.i! Silk Spanish Laces, all'overs.: /pieces,,: ,on>.sale.Monday at, . .
.* Batiste yard. .'? "?' .25*y, Tub Oyster Silk Color for Rajah Dressel Silk, for for Sport $ules and Dresses at .m...;. l..s" ' pef yard ??..._.-........-...-.-..._-_-., M,. *-y- -.'__.;........,- $1.80 ., J
. .:Monday .F.--.1...._..._.. ...... :...... 1M a :
1 or AND MANY. OTHER SUI'tABL'E'VALUES AT Striped Shirting a.:1".*-?....:...........:..,...._....... ............Y"._....., ..211. Full Fashion Silk-nlse', regular,2.00, on, sale;: Monday at \
.. 40-inch Flowered Georgette: ;.....;........._?:..:._.....,...?.. ,1.9a per pair .........;_...._..... -::-'-'.-".:.......,.;... .i.ip.i..........'......_..... $1.78 I
. : s,. : Hemstitched.Pillow Cases, Peperell gradf. egular ,,60cr) on '' '. .

'. CURTAIN GOODS IN ::tAPESTRY,,DRAPERY, FISHNET: ,. sale Monday at per pair ._.._:.__..-+-._..:..?....;..,...........-90c
Real Pajama Check, full pieces, best grade made, yard wide,
MARQUISETTE AND VOILE' rer.t, 25e grade, on Sale Monday 6 yards for ..._..?...,..__.fl.OO//
-t Lingerie Cloth,,all colors, see-.window at yards for ........ .l.OO 1 it
English Longcloth reg. 25c, Doe Finish, Special 5 yds.:. ._.,. l.OO
THE STOKE Q.F' FASHION Blue Serge,"AIT Wool. Spongedand Shrunk, retf. $1.60 at ;..: 1.00'EJt1ra
1 ; Sixe Silk Jlose, Black and White.:Gordon, reg. $i.25 at"l.OO
APPELROUTH: : Pepperal' PilloW. Cases, .42x26: : r "ft. 89c. Special gd for ...I... 1.00
.;0 White Indian Read, Linen Finish, Special 4 yds for .,...... ..00
'J 1",. . Forrest Mills Cotton, reg. 20c, yard wide, 5 yard o'for.1.oo' :
I ._ ." .._ _. --.,.,-- Red Star Diaper Cloth; 27-inch-reg.$2.25, Monday ...?.,_:;c l.M Nr
.. ... .. French Serge, All Wool, Guaranteed, reg.. $2.25: Monday jit 1.75
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t EXPERIENCES OF Air Silk Japanese'Pongee, heavy 'erad, reg. $1.25 at ...,/.. 1.00
L I THE WEATHER .1The Received another Caee of Pepperal Extra!; Large Sheets "

"1'1,, .: SPECIAL AT, : NIRE STRINGERS' r : J 81x90, on Sale for Monday; Special. d, ..._.........._.........:.._. ,1.45r" ..

following of weather
report ..,
A. conditions and imperatures was is-
LUClGNANrSCoconut ALONG EAST.COAST ""ned today by the United States I .
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Weather Bureau Station to Key ASK US FOR PRICES ON .
If' West. It covers the weather taken

-tA a. m., today and reports thrlowent CYPRESS OAK WHITE PINE
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CORPS OP LINESMEN. GIVE IN.TERESTlNG temperatnres last night '
J'. ; Station MAHOGANY YELLOW PINE
Tem.

? and Sour .ACCOUNT' OF. HAPPENINGS Abilene (raining) ._.......?_....43! CALIFORNIA RED WOOD .

/ AND SCENES FROM Atlanta (clear) ....._...68
Boston (cloudy) ..-..,._....62 Our prices are reasonable and our stock as,good as fine lumberand
.,! Sop Ice Cream, MIAMI TO KEY"WEST .. j Charleston (clear) .,......::64 good mills can make it

f y ., lt Chicago (raining) .'.._.50 We also carry in stockj .' complete limr bf sashes, blinds and
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t __._ _* __ > Corpus Christ! (raining) .............78 doors, John-Manville's and Certain-teed roofing, Dixie MetalShingles
In. recent .111II1I8 of the telephone Dodge T.
City (cloudy '
.I ) .88
workers organ;.a publication devoted Glveston! ( pt. cloudy) ...._....,.,'12H Cement, Laths and Plaster, tina all kinds'of Mouldings.

: :: to the interest of this organization, tter.. (pt. cloudy) .;............60 \ .
F LUCIGNANICONFECTIONERY appeared an article by W. L. Pedrick;I Huron (clear) ............................,_10 SERVICE .QUALITY PRICE. ,
of Atlanta, in which an ..interestlnci.nd Jacksonville (clear, ) .,...68 ,
,' vivid descriptions is given of'tM' 1 )KEY WEST (pt. cloudy) .;._........T8 WM. CURRY' ',SONS CO. ,
} j. incidents and scenes in connection Miami., (pt. cloudy) ?.,._..,.:.7ew 6 -
t with the work of stringing a cop r< '${ Orleans (clear) ..'....68 .. I' ', . . .
wire circuit from Miami to Key ew York (cloudy) .._.60! I

I" ' 522 DUVAL ST. PHONE.371 Wteat. .. St. Louis (c6udy) ........56 .................................................... '
The author',in telling'of the much Tampapt.. cloudy) ...'._................66 :: ESTATE'.AND RENTALS SEE'' THE :
enjoyed task of completing] the rash .Washington (foggy .....__..30I I FOR REAL '

l order job says.that{ moat people havq fllliston (clear) .'r.,-."'!.......,?,.-29I :i KEY WEST INVESTMENT CO. i :
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.. :--,_-. --.-::::-- -_ read considerably about the Jackson; 1
ville-Key West line, knowing that Its :'There\: Is utAown In Sweden which :: 124 DUVAl; STREETPHONE: No.: 688W. :

"" in Florida, buteays how many ivies.J*' tax 'on. ';laU clt ens over I:. ; WJ4..pIj 1'1 :
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i: ; 1k. T' aiiae that this line, .fter.-foUo-? xeri...v eight. .1\....._....... ....oil..... ........);.!...... .....'........,. ,
\k. )mg the 'eastern, coast qL'themelt: ; 11it Y' . ...2 ._ . -- -
Ck,: r . and, goes for, 107 mile straight 4. -r-- .,. .1.

'. ........... to sea,, over 'coral .island. xnd'4rt! + .... . .
'vs ouV/V/ ... erete viaducts, to the tropical,island I : ., ,""a" .fM\! \"'" ,s, J' ..,... w..

of Key West. / ,;;;;')t music hath h rTrt: : -

' .. aden The with article lD8tloUI,tells) .of c the eo great nuta,'.paints while r ; . . .. .. ' . . ..,. ... .\. ,..l>-':' .; ...... -... <.., .

.r ;' beside ,them bananas.. 'are,ripening*: .. '
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.. .""1''., ( I,' ,: Of luxuriant tropical 'flowers.r". |'H'. : .. .' . : .:...'!...".' ... '1,(.. .. ,.. ." .. ... " \ .; ,
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J 3cean.. on olle' side and]the' Gulf;] of especially, ifhe.fjlayei! :! on/
: Mexico .on the -other, from the'roi>f ;i .

of a'building'was' a scene wbteTi . .

I Li. of greatly the most impressed striking.them Kene., .whiter was that one , 'Th ' :\ ; :
D'i .PIANOand I
\ of viewing: the'beautiful blac c-ey..l. e R.-S. HQWARI '
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( olive-complexloned SpanlsV. .gi'-1' : .... ;

: thruming theif. guitars behind tho .
I w 5a U Ur screens on nearby porches /b '

The men engaged in perforniin
this work were much: -.enthused,. becoming j i is i going to receive one-free.
IIIL someone ,
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ih* ntw tourina 'on tzthe id you art M once surprised, each point :, ,
more at.
," tkvonbn Imptimnil with tM enact ol& longer, mora pweIull.-: I '
awund by eating things encountered,'and their: .
the Slanti&a. endn windshield car a low*and; nan CJIK.uuia yU h topes 1 aid In (ivinfAn story will be quite an ;advertisement j s:I ,$400 R.S.. Howard Piano i .

.. to many who- have never had the } n "
.. connectinc the ndiator with the lender tkirt (Ie aleo of visiting'the 'points' '
apron privilege many, Victoria "" : ?
.. :. a decided.I.--' of interest along, the. Florida.keys.'8.WELLS' .I ...; . ., $100 l Victor l ; .: Q

Al omlort fwtjrf much appndaud .by owner,,U the.d. .
l Ie f room rrovkittl .by UM nUrfraoenl ol th cowl 0 (
... .. Sc 1 $75 New Home' Sewing Machineall .. '
Allow u* to show you the ..ntir HIM of new Ford can now on : .
.1 4 dliplay In. our. how" room. LUNCH .ROOM I / .. .. '
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t CMf era N ot tiJ tkrtxtgkttirtimif. 900 SOUTHARD ST. Christmas

,...... ..- _---.- w-Weeily PU*. Potato.. Chips.', .peuiliVut" ; ,. MilkShake , to be given away as a present . .,

*, Soda and S ..awlc"*. Eta. I I
"t. TREVOR & MORRIS . I absolutely .
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