Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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 Material Information
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: July 4, 1938
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: VID00127
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
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Ifiiny: ""OI w..r..ilI.-iI -.apllbb:1nl..woml'n: j *"to do"the deepest"tti kfug'fbjpy'ywtf.'Tjui{ ,'vs"! <.li...e"in"- Q :-; .
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T .r, grad time that father la the finest ii, 'the!, .aryl
The 'only time. I r..lllbe'that[ I ,aka pnsl twenty is . >., nun v

when I recall the picture of my childhood home, ..\ al a person"to,be respected and to he iiml.nJIoliinl, 'y

J and 'think of the abounding Joy we got from'Ufa In' that, 'mother is a precious possession. t<> !h" tnUfi 7

4 keeping a clean! house, in entertaining our -friend ,- good rare "of in order that! she may act i">' -fr-ru, v\

and relations, in making a.picture on the landscape. life f_ herself and give to her' children the 'mb....-i 1. ,

: with 'put; ; door yard and'garden.I pleasure that can be found in the A-onnerf-il .'.1'1:1.: -

recall the pride we'took in our (orchard-a great round-shouldered that caq: be done in a home.; sIn ,-

square. of apple trees facing the spring sky like a big 'The at-ch'eated. hollow-eyed. little. painted. girls." -', many canes the lure of public eulirlniiiiJ::.. '* '

delicate, while blanket around which the peach-blow\ becoming so firmly fined: that it will\ wnrcrty,, !he. peer'

border of 1.lnk'wall an exquisite sight.: The heartburnings and diasatiafactions of today Too big a 'percentage of the girls of 1 both city sable to Substitute anything to' replace. .t.t v.i Ii this ,

Father took justifiable pride in' pruning< trimming were not in existence in those days: ever/on, came and 'country) prove by their alee their physique anal generation" but it can be done wit!!. the.. vwurfr;: ',-_' ,' r .

and grafting ; in having magnificent, jun-y, big ap-' 'nearer to having the same thing in the same way. their mentality' that they are not the equals! of their generation if parents care to bestir tlasuwlraw. .13. w ,

plea, ,' fine plums, amber'cherries, cling and freestone Men bad not begun generally, to amass the great mother even, open their. doors, to give the youngster it (.hon.... .

white and'yellow and beet-red, many varieties of fortune that today breed. envy an-J dujcontent. ,They have a pert no'phistication! ..bred by "a life-"" 'to live tbelr-Hves! young |ieopl i 1S enjoy; !If"Io! r' j .

I grapes, and beautiful vines and -Oowera "oud buahe Home was really "....eet home"-the centre of toe tine of 'social activity, much tnyel and constant I"terooune -" youngsters. always like it terse if her, arc |I"n.iito I '

Social life of each family. 'with bring their friends hto"tll..lr UitiiieK iit"% .: ---- .
Oa ; in the door yurd all'contributing make bis home their elders ; but li. doubt whether --- - --1L.t

,I a lovely picture, his family luxuriously fed. It8' not necessary to discuss minutely the they are capable of concentration, the power to thick ln them ; if they may have their .iiiixir, tin'ir ' 4

In this setting we spent our lives seeing how. muchwe :: change\hat baa come! during the past thirty year. deep and straight) the impulse to Help' Their fellowmen lag and other 'entertainment wit I- il I.rthey fl ,, 'I t

f could learn how ,.happy, we couM! he, and to'what In retrospect!< seems like the wave. of a CO) direr'i \! , to a ,higher l mental'and moral plane, like ,best, in the security of hem : 11.1'1"L L ," j ,

extent we could) belpjVmr' neighbors wand,, and.. behold, everything is changed ', I know that ;'iey have'not the byft'tal strength ..B net.Ion and help of fffther and mother '1

;. ,The greatest pride Jve took was tiot.ln bow beautifully The youngsters of the country 'today very Wquenily women'should lfpe,. I do not believe that for home ent
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for Evince not the slightest Interest In the nM-d :
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.'' w \' could) 1IlIct to our hone\ by making It If'ere must bo nuts in the garret, little brother 'eJ' d."little, painted girls a.t frequently in evidence on Music for the Home. 4 _'

I. a delightful place Jobniqr, .who has.- not yet become Sophisticated, may the streets,- in the (parks., and at social occasionsof y ,

My mother was never so radiant at when "he climb the tree and. shake them down. bull dry,' and today are the most\ shocking sign of deterioration If the ear of a child is trained in. jlnl. ''sod ,to ( .. '

followed went down' by- the the pastor(church and aisle asking on Sunday neighbors morning store them by himself. that our age!: ....-Dt. ; ant the boys of their age an.) .magnificent'sweep;<< of orchcNlrpx' v\i\ 4i..rt'uhe, +, .. \,"
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ansociation present the same evidence of physical if the ,
But Today- de great symphonies.and Honalni into - imilinrn.v ,
and left
to come home with us for the day. A hostess terioration and mental ..
overstimulation.They
of today would be bard put to it to offer tbuenteriaininent him from the cradle"if be is tuuyht ni-i-i" .' seed t
Country youngsters hate their t becausethey
.. i "-- she set forth in a culinary' way, Father feel that they env oument are bright enough and they are quick enoueh rhythm and melody 'I'botb In iimxic rod, ( ilr-i'';ug:\. re '
are being defrauded of the with tbeir''tongue.., but they do
made everyone welcome, and ultl'Chili\ brains jn not think: Ktraiglir will develop a soul which instinctively: ,re------'n
entertaining lights and the music and the things that .look to
and deep. .
the barbarity and the vulgarity of the: , ; '
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them like joy 'JTiey finish their
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The "Sweet Home" of Song. quickest way in order jump' into automobile that everywhere assail our; ears. in lie ii-e. ...i."Idin) ,
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things being done in It nt'int
and reach the
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During week days the young folk. frequently village picture! studios today. IJut, as )'Oll love your nilldrenand :''

gathered at Home, house in the. evening' to play .. -y :. : value their sensibiljtiesj1a you mint .l..i.> i I J
: In the cities, home in too many cotes, is" merely'convenience ? '.
croquet, the young men to indulge :n all sorts of <. where to be props and u'pllfters In The, -oinlnq lifof. ,'h- .' --

athletics.-, Koch' one had a" fine .saddle, horse,, and If one in ill, although] one goes to sleep! or finds. shelter .nation do not allow them to see .tit |gai''t; i hIt' .\i !
.. ..' "' rId In,., parties frequently-nobody at home baa 1 10 made under the '"
," were greatly ; !enjoyed the time, to bother with the sick not l'uarantlM'of.. i )11. .e ,shut, \ ; .
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rjirlng.: We and sent to the '. are morn suit. c a'-"
up hospital '
t ,z. celebrated the' harvesting of the grain -by a picnic< 'In .the matter -finding 'entertainment, in''dance'halls Once upon a day H,. denr and lovely"hid. -;......1. t" ,/';. -

.t"" at > the rlver ortsonje\ nearby lake ..shore. where 'We picture shows, hotels., cata and resorts, > we". 'out loYae.tbe fuct.thllt'tbe, base <'fa, bcuui.1' oar t, ''i" ,., g'hoean '

pct frequentlyj caught and brought "'homer; a. htubCul. have gone,, as t if nation, to the limift' i'l ;,table "standing, III my home wn* b,1,, /tjt': gr.-,v '
't of fine,big flab" -, ,:** .'' -. Our 00(8. ;; ; ,iuvdyfl1." \ red. by the marks of little feet thst( ,yawl reel:'',d| .i';bra It, I '
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boys of, the cityre.( ; .. bffi,; .
went'to ,. .
We
) . the nearest swamps and-mi.riihea.vii' ginning to show in their' physique,' in their 'fa'ceAi; Hhe Huid to metiri'IniitlhafnitilYl': / ,, :,>tAnd'I '* t i
berrying parties. In the full answered her "]'Ct<, bu'JI.'WIII'cJ.lM'
I we vlways went with in the' apparent n for
nerve strain, all
arove
in brainpower
a team and wagon to gather" bickorynuta. butternuts! that they- in greater"pity'not. to have any little fete to s.- iiMi it." '
l are no way fitted physically r 0;:,
and walnulH fur our winter .store To the hlKhest point of. imilii.
t tthe to
mentally to cope! with life a\were their), fpthers", ni.\ t t
r lowest depth of my lienrt. e-:tl,1ult
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News of +, Iho force of my |ei-Konnlil.\ I )I'. nl for '
the
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bourns, for a return to (the ohl-i'm nnc" .

healthful ediicatire" ides" of. cu "i--t, t 'Ins; : f.m..nt

m.. "" ailNII"' the bravest Stouts in the history of with merit and H'""..... any badge which the Hcoiit subsequently
the Hny Scouts of America have been the win. may ) in ,11 )Louie, ton. g, >.i err" ,

I J blind boys and boys who Ate crippled or The establishment of thin special rank; come about Dnn'f have: it (to line slot I Ilit., ch. l.lr-i-u 'I' y

l.'othi-rwlae physically hondfcapiied! !, and who as the result. of' time eager way in which many physically i, "0110"It..t\ their joy out of it.

have, nevertheless)' participated In many of the activities handicapped boys have participated in the Boy .;r ( t'I: !>I'r'lhl.I( l !a1a' :S.hv': ., I; "- ; .,
of Hcoutlng.
Scout p'rqgram._ The troop of blind boys at the Over t the Rrpnbliyndirnle.' .)
The physical defect which linndicupiwd these'boys brook School h 'lon, been noted as one of. the mOlOt'IIplrlted I.- itn i I I a
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'f in their daily life hj&up! to the present. time acted as troops in the and ,
city, there have been dozensof .
0 handicap to their advancement In Boy Scout rank boys !In individual : t, ;
troops who hAve shown they "
ns' well. This has been because of an Inflexible rule were good r.
Scouts
even though they were unable to ..
of the .national council tb.t'no boy be advanced
o .should take part in all the troop activities. .
from one class to another in Scouting; without 1 I.
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n the completion _of all of the teltt..; nd every" portion
As the result of the efforts of several Scouts, whoinstalled .. '" -
of each test must be finished before the test is con
radio seta in (be homes of crippled children : '
Hldered completed. No exception
: I< has been made to .
and shut-Ins, it bas been decided'to. make ri i \
this rule regardless 1 of the circumstances i
This baa meant that boys-who because of physical epeelsl' .lrort to extend this work, with one of the

handicaps could not pass all the teats to win their largest department stores In the city" )po-oporating. 0 I
with a large of Scouts.' :
group
. first class. badges, could never win merit badges either .
A new radio-club will be formed, font.. Hole i .
purpose
a" first-claw runk was required In order (that a meritbadge'might ? ,
be of carrying on this big won. 9 .
The' department store has agreed'to artend to the Jk' c' j "
By action of the national council, however, this hat
the establishment raising */ funds to buy the necessary parts and "
all been changed, with, of ., special '
; tHcout' rank for handicapped boys. After securingthis names et.deeerving persons jrlll be furnished bygone 0 I IN"

rank the Scout may work for such merit badges of the 'welfare agencies, which participates 'in this ,..
sort of work. The Scouts' share will be-to make the I-j vIR .
.4' as his .capabilities permit just ag would any other .Ye3 ,;
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Scout.-' tadio gets adjust them and then to. are they are cSr ,
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A large number of fie.,
are expected to take pnrt a
the Scout to pass such firat-claaa and secondclass d .
III this work i a
testa a. are physically possible for Mm. With '. ; .
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. i report on these tests; be also presents, a certificate, > 1 0 yes - I ;

from his physician explaining the disability which :Bookings of the outlying 'camps. for, the month of. ,, '
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stakes It impossible for bun to meet! all the prescribed -" December have begun. (JerT8don.- are also being; ---a L--r
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,. requirements.v. madt for the use ot the.:Big. Brothers pool during the - . i

.;,.. 4' y' r... achievement badge !. to be in both netal and Wednesday evtaing Scent .....lmmltJ.rIod in Decevhet. > .
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', : .. price might be, higher, Mr. Smart:! .
so I give blm another Quy. 5
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wink and-eaje ; ., got 'ydu Just/ where I .

"I don't came what it "wart'oh\ ', r1'-' l"rn. t1j5 t-/ ; '.

costs M it has ... you to put castor. oil -

punch." 1"Certainly Into an honest cop." '. -.

certainly And I walked out with

I r'' ," he. 'says. "Jost the goods. and ''''I'Dt

step back, will your aDd got Pete Zimmerman
So be took .back
me to bee
xritnr'H to
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behind the partition tbe'sale. .

and got a mug and
Later I poured out four fingers -
hour making
from a'bfg!' bottle myself
off ,
... solid with feller that
the shelf "Bay wJoo ," rUII'',,. cigar store, and "

he.says pouring slow .
finally I' asked him
toward the ton. .1 :
was there any chance. .
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a drop of bittersla '
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Wanted a long<< aw'ijaDd neighborhood, t ,
but he
said no, everything
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wits (if ht usa .
sampleHe filled It 'Z-3,
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drum, and ho '''us
almost to the top and ,
unable to Ret\ u (IU'art
handed it over.: *
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"Now, thin will fix 'i
: .' all was hoping<<," he says
you right, he
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"This is powerful) staff. .
handling<< a ''little
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'13elf, from the, jingle,of 1'N\I\ 1' .
and hold :your breath" your suitcase when
you .
"This is cordial, I set It down." ': 1''

nays myself .
tp as my '

..' .., I r lips touched It ; Jut I Well, that bird was i : .'

f, II tossed the most of it wise; but I struck n ,Y.. t
good lead when
off like he said and n pay ,'

dreg in handler tackled me on ..
a long breath ::.
the street, for I give
expecting to enjoy the
him a dollar and
<<::- kick. .
trailed him right t
There' wasn't no
.,
5)I H. kick. I straight to a joint next "
Af m. felt all of <
a tit / aaiiuiirii
/ t w.Ilop across up. ........ UL_ y door to'the cigar s'on -

,{ I ltAI IY," says the Lieut one night, "the news- jiao L naa where .;
swallowed
the draining' from the crankcase of.a a wopWHO '

,t.I [G] pipers is beginning to howl about the general flivrer. A shudder ran up and down-my spine. I handing<< out a mixture: makm it m .g od 0_," / ..

\ nude of wetness in this here town, and .some could of swore I. had been poisoned. And that muiv Of__ Wfwwl,, --? _MlnnhAl'Wqv., faaoiiaf_ 1. niia Jiuir tonic in the ". ay*. .'- '.' .

..1' of them has an interview with that crook in darer of a druggist stood there>,, laughing at me. buck of a barber shop nttwenty-five centij a throw. "Oh, carll,FrJta, "I put the wrong stuff in the

'. 1 :!- the Krdernl lliiilding in which, be saya he can't get What was that stuff?" I \a.ra, wiping off my; There wai a dozen or more herd-beliediaughnecltS lee\,Ie bottles. How I could do lei! I keep always .

.. ';) nowhere because the police won't work with him t" rue on my .coat nlecve.. / in this place, all hsl[-eoused and more Or less chummy under the bar a few quarts of tea in whisky bottles .;, $

tfl"4'-. [' .pulling! (hohooch, joints. You._know what that Castor tl1," he says. \ ". .. with the bootlegger and I seen It wonbj !be as much to fool the sneaks In case of a raid,, and somehow 1 t

'- u.eaet" I had n mind td beat him ui.chen.i' and there as a 'man's life was worth to pull out >"' bottle and got hold, of one of these. It was miss-take that r
and /
""Snre," I ''TIt Big Chief will busy I. take ,a sample right I fill your bottles with '1'''
'- .. suys. got charge him with assault and battery. with Intent tinder their noses) In fact, J teat You, will eggscuss .
'-- -- to yah me
;** and blage cue of them scml-aunual clPftD-Up" just tofiroe ) bade't figured l much on the danger Take this bottle). Yu are oi
kill. But he of Xhl kind of not mad? "
M If. It's
; 0-etty and be had the : all
Ufjman work until right now, jab?" \ '.
.
<< Jie I N olive""Cornet clerk now, and I begun to think ,, : T V
thai the'joa8Q't .
.
to help him; and I Uidn'f want no notoriety. I
," says the Lieut. "And first of all he Just the same, there ain't ho druggist that so soft after AIL I ain't afraid of nobody, could of killed. tbat 1utlhman. When they ::;.
walks pulled
but at the them ,
will look mound for few lower down to same time I ain't ono to' places and gotVeady :p
It' a goats pass on two legs that go around look to try the
can pull a tnck; ]like that Michael they cases,
on fag for would .
i he bark, to.Vc have got to befit him to 1t"'R'lutever (irady and quay : << trouble when<< there's ways fora nian to do send my samples to some highbrow _..;
get with It
This
<<
<- was a time to Us duty without it. chemist, and it ;'j
: joii say, bos, I says.Nt.w. would be np'to Michael .
h '.. play fox'l6.I:! didn't' say nothing but next morn "explain:!: how he Grady; to '., '
: ; ." the Lieut. "conditions in this dm- A little headwork went around.
f Hflys will always drinking
b.f I W' PO Poc Simmons and bought a prescrip : pull n I good feller thought it tea and '
'1"11'1 I I 1- _nilalo Booze is wall hooch. And I
wally getting !" being tion. through "Here, I .says to myself, "la where Michael way to couldn't dope. oat ao
get
rt "[>eitl: .fil I by a lot of 'outsiders that ain't got no the samples bock. r

. nuim OH (the police, or'' the organization whatever. "You want all that the law allows,*,! suppose, ,'" Grady maps out a new kind of n campaign. So Saturday night come, and there wn
I went no raids t'
out of this order
he here ed.
den All
M1 '))1" s-; :-rJ'\? ,, We gut to put a .top. to "It Po you know any of. says without bothering with the next week I kept my ear to the

bj j;. >">k. J'.7: ; then ]IllnR/ "' ni \ . "No," I bays, "make it a quarter\ of a pint" list no sample of and spent tho rest of the day; making a nothing happened. I got so jumpy that ground I andV' "j
all
This may sound foolish the joints I could stand couldn't
.but you will further find.'lIIog boozo.! .There hearing tbe.LIcut's
t:1.l1: , I R..r .' """or": .. J"" ,,1.'m;",,".. ftn.L ,,..IUIJn j) t thla'frlrre. tlmt Iliad worked out 'a see.plan and was.sixteen. when. I got done across the! floor. II shoes squeak as he- walked -

'.11, lincl Kelly'lnc1t, al\d-" : ;;' was l like waiting; for the Judge
:
On
-
: to
fix
: I rlnowedwkat I was! dving. -- aJFriilny:.Lxeittlotkesreinatub a'date ;
u t ..over'on the when are':
:III, fi'n1 Jittle horse "sense, he ; yon to be
: :
:; chlrps.f.yThesofeHert ;: 1 took the prescription avenue and I braced hungFinally
, to that smart Aleck drug slipped Fritz a tenspotI, give bun lira : ,2
my
1254 a legitimate ,trade.' We; got to land a gist!:, and he had the;nerve' to josh suitcase with sixteen of the "How about \ ,:
m_ about
\ y ] empty bottles them raids"
few of the. )nttlnskys that la making prohibition my '' l In It, I says.: ,. 'I' r:
t ; a pain: but he Dllpd.it, and put' th: ,.' ,, \t.i V\Jl\ 1!
holh.w
y '
m''liery. That'll teach few of these tight- ? I couldn't 'I'et the"4:
with his own label printed on it I paM .him, andwhen a little. in each flak When he had them all "onforcemen'ofiitet to work = .1rft' .
fixed
.
wnds with'uI
u h-vmiu, and at the same time-show the public the crook
I picked up the bottle I says surprisexfjiket op I'took them into the back room and filled claimed he was too dirty
thnt out the busy. f' :
Ilya tinpolice enforces! the law without fear or (
"Why; that there prescription called for half a labels showing where I bad bought each Well,, I knowed what
1 fin'or'o:' \\', he went on, "our plainclothes men And sample that meant The Lieut
then I
Pint.
< ., wrote up a nifty simply beginning was
I id b loo'well known to Your ain'tfwrmlmr report on the joints to collect his,rake-off .
get anywhere.
froth i
mug all "w
"You're where I bad them ;
,
mistaken
lir bought bootleggers
says. \ou can see for the drinks; and It that had been
.. all
was
.II'your own beat I want you, to get outarounVl dodging He didn't ,.
;yotff.1' urself. straight, too except, of intend to pull never
course
( the that the them-he
y ( district and tbUect evidence." samples was just
some He hands me the prescription, and before he could was faked, which waa only a matter detective nkijl to using<< me and my .
""-ell," I says, "I don't D"r touch the stnOBiyRclf. of form and compel them to come .". .' "
net: over the counter I had struck match and burntit didn't do nobody no hann. And "It's too bad across ,
you can bet I didn't Grady '
but I'll do the beat I after all
\ can. that fine "
forget to turn In th'e that work -
up. quarter'pint I you.didn't :
got at the drug get
"Lenime 1 1 nothing out of {it he
ice your club, says the Lieut 1 store. at least. says. "But
you shall have the ssmnle_ .*." .Aft" L. L____ ..
1. five; it to him,, ,
never suspecting trick r- .
t ; no dirty : The cut a .MM* uv uruugut .. "'.T"

. and lie" up and hits me a wallop across the hip and --..... ... . Lieut. rubbed his them home newspaper and bundle. "Here," be says, "tske :"i '
r hands .
bune l the flunk and the but part of a
run clown. ply leg<< and made a little puddle on the overlie map when I give window' up the bundle and throwed it out the : 7

floor. -::.::- him the report and such brick right under his nose. ;It dropped on the ,', ....,

".t joke I U a joke," says he, "but. >n't get loov- Mll lot of evidence to'' backit crash pavement of In the alley, and yon could hear the :. _

J II j flinty: with your superiors Now put on, them/ ice- up. "Orady," be says "I'm glass a mile off. '-f.-:

,
". - a innnV toss, :you wear' on your day off and go out and ll "you are .a (thorough and never going through with that vile stuff," I says. "I'm ,'fg' !\
to
\ efficient .. touch another ::.
. '': get some more. workman and It was drop as long as I live." .. ,
. ;r I you ought to be raised true enough at that. I
"Well <. never did
8117s'to myself, "this la pretty soft But I went and drank like tea q

o .' '(All I got; to do is buy a few drinks at each place, 1 Now to a plainclothes man. and added t0 to the little up the rest of Fritz's quart, .''at I

f put a sample of booze tomorrow night we expense bill I had i
$pie in a bottle label it when a up for made
s 'r< and where' I it &rid will raid these joints, collecting evidence and the Lieut, _
got turn it in at the,, etstionhomw. 'A r too. paid it,
I ." First J thought I might even make and I won't forget<< you It's
a "
little, a
wonder. 1'
/%alimi the' side *> when we bring the stuff so Why of us cops is '
.; by settling with every third bootlegger sldertag the crooks straight, con- >
1 after bad kQ7fJ( in. You shall surely w.e have to work .
.1' ..i .1 got the evidence; but I seen that t. / for.
If .' when the Lieut trusted me so much this would have a few. quarts of ;

.,-t: hardly, bas wiuarf-and, besides, I would sure get a ,, i 7V moonshine 1" for. ;your -'- ?'( :'

.7. f ,_ razz It he (aught me at I it. '. elf. (j.
(
; v I ,put? on the new. checked suit the Lieut was 1 When, I got home that NEXT WEEK : I .

,., -: kidd.uK about, and stuck two dozen empty half-pints, 'J I rt\l night I found Tilts L I Grady Roots for i,,

with blank labels on them, In a suitcase; and1-when / Strsubmueller setting I. Business |

1 started out I was a dead ringer for a. dry goods on my doorstep.. He war . ,<* i !

F drummer.PeN i I all worked up about .,'...
..- Zimmerman JI \ \ 11ti Zirconium for Lighting j
'. had, told mc" bpnt a drug store something, and wanted \ ).

,. .! OD. kN, brut' that war doing an awful brisk prescrip t.-talk to me l la the One of the doizting I ."J) \, ,

tion rru'de.nith I) a little going over the marble slab \ 5 vestibule.f New Jerusalem foundations of the city. of the i
'
s 1 to the right people; and I figured this would be an ? *';iM'; Orady" ,he saVs. of Patmos made as visioned *y Saint John on the Isle"l "i"'
'T was of
easy {place: to begin. So ( ducked in there, and. set -,- wheD rr t' him In, "I zirconium. Another a
.down at the soda fountain. made compound of the same '.,,:,
one "terrible be element
mistake may used
"""hat'll it !11fI' clerk.? to light thebungalows ..; "
says the ' and I do not jacinth of the future. As .,
want zirconium ? '
"I was prized ":'i .
want to see the boas, I by Oriental :
+ a says. you should think I as a gem. In its potentates

o'''r iWhen the boss come out there was nobody else In c 2 cheat you. Dot whisky' by Americans to-' rend. metallic form it may be employed . "'!t.l'

+ the store.'and I tipped him a wink, laying half u you; bought this afternoon Dr. Francis P. Yenable newspapers on winter evenings<< J \. I't '
bean on tbp'uDtpr.. of North Carolina .
r -here isAa quart of. city, says that Uolrer- ..
.
although .
'I got awful r << zirconium / :
an pain- is
right hero. I
: "a7a..rubt.l the right an
.
goods, and 'he element, it is unfamiliar( .
really widely a
-.. my belt. "I thought maybe distributed
you could give me anotuetninfi slipped a bottle from gests that Its sod he sag vg I'
properties favor
little to fix me up." Its use as \
under I his a substitute .
t coat.I: for tungsten. in :
He/-Jooke; "m'". iijj aid: down,. and then Incandescent electric fight
t ? at theUflt I "Why, what's thematt'err Before that Is filaments.
-".- hlcii .afiwania, ..1 doped i It eat Its. I done, however, the cbemlat' will .\ '
I have
.
to
says "vyay learn how
:: .,,, 1)t. to
remove UM
:
; imparities
'Ms ....... this) here treat.tk* saetal
generosity
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:\ When. Philadelphia, Was a, :Nursery for Great tobeslckr great hulking. brute I Toa..Y1i. sot got brain. enough ..f" .


/ : :fBr and by the sea grew calm: and, !(he 'invalid J ...
Actors- Good found himself in better Cl> &Uo.. It was Sunday
Stories of the
World of Make- ,norning.. and the usual. preparation had been' made

,.. ..... for public worship. :.'' r .
"
.. .:'There wffl l be divine service .la the saloon'at U. h I

Believe-Queer Schools of ,Dramatic Art: 'dock.,* said"McOunwghad I -aft asked the Ir

;, .: .. . 1 ..,.u.. t& reverie a fiat for yotf near .to the '_IE. r
< I thought'perhape you would like to attend.* \

By ROBERT R. BENEDICT ; ," '..>Y. done well.' answered Forrest. Blank, ..
t
!
. blank,' blank J rd'give fifty; dollars to bear< a rood ,
seroou. What wet of a man ,win preach? Ii he"a "
of the new plans now being. talkeil .. in
locate and mark :- good preartierV. ,'
-
.10' rlE of A.Joke ..-n Forrest '' t(

of national .
On the southwest corner' of ( "McCoUongb bad seen the clergyman: who ,was to i r "

stands the building in which ; officiate and had found him trf be a long lank, red- eiY J'

Ir'' , and on the front of this ls a i haired vision of { J ...
elderly misery, depressing tobehold .. J. .. .
.... event. Francis! Wilson and-provided wlthrallplni'nasar-voic*. Intolerable.to ,j
,which awaited on Jefferson: sensitive ma
tars 1
.
.
... honor him la this ; .
way. Y. 1
ry 'The minister) is handsome he '
young man, re-
heaven's Fake, boys, d09'U! I
... I die !" plied 'and they tell me he Is a fine reader and very r ,;
and eloquent I think you win be surprised.! t It.r
AtFifth
I > Gaukill. Well, by blank-blank J lfa go In. ; .
'' temporaries of Jefferson' got 'I look special care' said McCullough to me in '. '

0 rooms of the old Wbeatley; telling the .story. ; 'to place him well in front where ;y
The feeling i 1n"among those
of course, he was a conspicuous! figure ; and I knewtha't
;
matter, at the Forrest Home
be could not escape and when the parson got ,
Society and tbat .
: elsewhere
under
any the look that he gave me was a rich (\!
r{: marked nnwell as ,others in reward. He made the best of his dilemma and submitted -
l with theatrical d "
t ._ assorted to..the, nflictiolL'"Soon. .
_ -9- A lint of Philadelphia-born .. ,
y after the Service had ended nnd Forrest
t long one, containing such bad retired to ]his cabin .;
tht"'Wind come on to blow, rq r .
Davenport Roland Reed and ,
heIt'a grew rough and ht"' was again taken ill.ucC'ullough ,
a; Home one sees many '' (: wentio the l
rfergj mau nnd,complimenting
The Home itself, by; the way him 6n his excellent discourse, assured him thaT .,
a' its land having increased so the er..f
actor had been pleased and
eepecisnJ
, worth thousands of dollars an improved l Iy< it, and wished ((0 nee him. :The delighted Edwin Forrest
A recent talk with old .
an
preacher promptly; obeyed tCe summons and,repairedto "
rest has led me to revive my ) Forrest's
cabin. Tbe language that ensued can ment was intelligent and In /,
celebrated of Forrest's good tiiMe -I'un ilunx: Unit
t f' 1 perhaps"*lx Biirmiwd. ; it certainly canuot be fully could n t'he- Bald of the productioim of. nil lie ,.....1(1"I'

Moran,the Chairmaker I w ntten." dians of that day. The lovely A iolii Allen sine,, a' ,
'Illank, blank bUink snorted the seasick lion.
star and .
married
now and living
1 In M'tIrl'lI'nt. WUBmany ,. -
Coming to Philadelphia rl< Before you "uttered your infernal drivel tbe sea! wasCulm hearts with her performancent. Mriciiilii! and
,the sun was bright and we were all comfortable.. ) .
Kate
s .
Forsythe
Northern
Ireland in 1847 at an accomplished actress" and, IteautifiU '' ,
Blank blank. Uauk Now look at the ttoria. You've '
read and write but having !woman (was long his leading ludj.
; offended the Almighty I .
and wflt all
= like enough to '
)
d education, Jghn went to had go to Veil/ together I Get 'em to lie this infcl-nal ship Among tho .men of .the company ue eau recall .J ..

' -. ,-.-. ".., : -_J.ctol'J'.auLafterward..w8ll'' : ; .to McArdle he shouted, addressing. his agent Frederick Ward, a fine actor who afterward\ l test: .

& the Philadelphia '.Gas .Works..' ( of .' afk.; and let me get out of .here, blaqkety, blank up McCullough's mantle, and now in. the star ef ,..4 -

; IB the!; factory there waa a : { .r. : preon fled '1111<1-thht e..of.lra.re- 'The Mission Ploy". in Los Angeles ; E. 1C Collie' ,' ( _
'"
of Moran wore habit was was eAjled.' Joseph HawOrth' and John; Lane;'Philadelphia, a.- __ ur'i., .

:.. : ardent the I om.nt'hl! : :}: sent When he got safely; ashore, Forrest\ deficient, in brother of 'lion David JJ;. Lane. John L.o\lne'.w.8.\ !. -
'to him., '''Y'af.pt. M''tMlou ; ( !\ humor nj be was, must have mijiled;
'lIe.usuall ) remained In that ; ( of the Incident; spears who could give a
two, And hUe under such )1. his ,any role in the plays. He. died ,some, yens IIK! lu t 'i\J.; S

pitched chair making to the "*'! other MeCull ugh an&Barrett: city. .... 'v
....
the gods to. Shakespeare! and ; went ...,.... ::1'.
the 111 I860 while they were playing uii engagementin "Genial John" .. .
from the
he would recite
? book. San Francisco, McCullough received an offer trod. h .
has old* Moran assassinated it tbe California :Theatre to manage 'it in conjunction I winning the critics McCulioiikh ul-.. ""m soine- ,
laid
jne out on the wprk : ,
be thing mofo"valuable, a host of frl..lltI. lcubola '
; i
pe
., Antonv_ >funeral oration '
i "mat, Tomb. It was a ; player of his day; or since ever /gamed the" i" r..t>nol "

_' Shnke! pearebefore! ,' .Moran : \ ; on. .a- -- popularity' What was bis.. Ho'was-"Oem.-J.iiiuMjii. _

\. .',,', : I began,to commlfTOeTtnwt, \ t ":' Cullough'; humble In '
Vas : his/euwifx, nuikhli'piite us a eft
!,tt..{ tM.-ItP'J'f\' i')} ;, was 8OOn'Moran', turn to. friend and : : ,
generous loArd '
.,' .''. 'W to-a fault ; : .the unfortunate ;
1' . ; .'brush and laid out on a ; j"1 : ,
..,
sympathy; 'of the shop." j.. of hip ofessloe..Ilia. HUinnxer line..tmtlfird. I ;

Thus did the boy get his k. that more tlianoncJhe1argnp.fi 1\ of uM-u* tni\tw

upeare and a taste! for reciting' reduced..to, a modest sum through;II..';;|j.ien'.IIA'lIdl'd. .

F joined a company of amateurs 1'1,' response: to appeals that came lii;,Uio'. *il<...... from '

Dramatic Club and at times 1 many quarters :
.
reel I theatres as a "8Upt't'," : .- -' In 1881 MoCuliough appeared, nt ilu. -JIHIIV, ''' Luna 'j '
"Macbeth" and "Richard III" sate Theatre, Ixmdohhcrehis"Otbtll ,
great at the standard price ot 25 i were well received In 188H: hue" irfans
failing health, but he continued 10 nut' i until, ihe I fol j '

McCullough and Dav : great ? 1 r lowing' year when on ..September, : I 1sx4" ul Mcl (1 /

Finally in 1807; wheu great \'It-kt'r'H Theatre, Chicago, he jollupwil, tutu left theKtage. \

late period of life in those His disease was safteninx: of She. I.nun. .
For a while he was. placed iu '
begin a stage career'- u privohn'. lam. but y,; ... :
at the Arch Street Theatre, deal he grew steadily worse and finally .1'..<. til hm home .1 I

Wheutley and John Drew the of in Philndeliihiu!, No.. 210 East. Thi: p| ",'II street, .J

.' in the small part of Thomas Kensington, on November 8, 8KT, ill t ibi. tit\',third ",
year of his nge. On November 12" _
< gem." A short time after, E. a i uMi tiinemlwas
tinguished tragedian whose held, hu body lying in state alt.. t in..of.-. Hall, .

.Overreach were greatly : where for several hours throngs packed IniMcr. la, .
1888 over his grave In Mt. '. .
Morlnh < :
t Street for a season of several For- "m tery a _5 I
local 'company.In his first / the 1 a., monument, the gift of his friends and of Iii. How-:

of Mantnu," it became on players, was dedicated. William Winter (he last I and ,
critic delivering the '".
memorial
-
_ him in hut arms while he : ty poem! t. .<
young man was much more' .. ; The pOHhlng of McCullough Called. fin,""Ih n nnttible I( ,.

the dying man', and at one have'' 3 1' tribute from the press throughout .the. """Ir.Ibat j ",. ;

of dropping him, Davenport !'. '/. paid full praise to his artistic career jii d I 'pnrticularljf: \ "

ingly kind to him encouraged dwelt upon the charm of his i>cr"<.uulti\. )lilt,! scuba. '\ r! ,.':t

gave him 'many hints which an for fnendbhlp, nobility of nature and lofiiiniMtton., '' .

him. "Julius Caesar" being the Greater actors perhaps had .tread.. tin. 1 InnmlK, but few "
: ]in tragedy bad ever gained the 1 ,,;.;
McCullough was cast for a to tulicliii': more worthily . .'.',
was Brutus, Wheatley the gaz or done more: to make life more inti'lljgiiil, andenjoyable t :
of His place in the profennion, of
Dolman a popular actor : which he !
-- hungry Cassias. ; }t had been one of the chief urnnnienlN, ",..,,,1,1 long 1)t )

During' the last rehearsal ; I'll Forrept as the Gladiator remain unfilled-snch was' the Kuln'tann' i>f the. tribute i '

went to McCullough and, The poet, the artist in prow, the painter. the ,t ...,

said : "Now John tonight I ; with, Lawrence Barrett, and consulted Forrest, who sculptor lease enduring reconlH t t" beei|. alive their' ';':

above all things, to look like a He was, already contemplating. retirement, as to. what he fame, but he who.! holds 'the mirrt.n up t.. ualure/' ;N'
aged the! beginner\ to. do his lp. 8 should do"Accept: upon the stage, lives for n brlet M>un br un ephemeral, v "{ ;
f .
popularity, and after
the'fact -: -- oohs in the "
with much amusement\ ,
counseled :iorrert; tay here leave off nnnnls of the. Uierttre
,
nnd-
meagre drr In nil
as closely as possible Mr. the imitating me, build yourself up and you'll do welL" few e'- rove the 'I. :l'.f,
his last 25 cents to have his and McCullough followed this advice, and for four
years But if the
affection of
.
be "troopx of frieuiln, v '
s Roman !might IH more ,
appearance
he and Barrett
managed the theatre and headed one than fame, then John ft
his first MuCulltniRh! was ,I
"
fortunate
, That'evening got .
.
of the finest steak companies ever known on thecoast
indeed and his final "exit .
vpeerh". might well ,
be forgotten : have
to
milestone never :
At the end of that time Barrett retired and
been the liuex of .. ,
first \ Bolmgbrqke In "Ki< hard! II""I d't
joy
and knew his great ''
'
ambition McCullough cooUnu.cd alone until 1874, when the count myself in nothing elite. HO happy
From that hour his fortunes Of the theatre began to decline, and to help As in soul .
n '
remembering m.v good fri.IH.,
"we- find him getting !_
soon restore them he started out to stir with a company of '.,
- --- \
second season at the Arch his own In 187(1( the failure ot bU friend Ralston, --.-, 'j, .

t title role of "Othello" for his \ ; con the principal owner of the theatre involved the enterprise Farm Education for.China \11

was good, bad or Indifferent In : of in addty.IonaJxtrouble, and in '1876 McCullough X, j} .

have no record. At any rate severed alij-caiuiaccR/a wu&: H. A Chinese general plans to teach I
Chi
new? soldisN
the Deadem .., and John Critical approval' in the East was a htUe, slow'''incoming "J I

at WaBack's, and John Dolman ( << .. but U came nevertheless, a contributing factorfa scientific cultivation with modern farm mnrBis 9 ,)'
After three att the : and then organize) them Into labor : .
year this result no d/HrVt, being the excellent! company: br.gadea for cJoUf f

- weat U 'tbe Howard .tM ;,.. be gathered. about bin. AtaCaUoagh's stags aaaaagr fusion of the vast wast l.*da of Northwest a..a'v. '

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:; .the moat nu'ique" iutoinobllo ro>.i'ln, 3- h9e of .h t

;, ,. 1" "A liP' )the.' world} l ''will'/ be' ,that which'' was -assured.

,j? ?,2,\.4't;,', :' on Oofobe.rM
': i{ ', of.:which, Key'Weat 1.' llIi principalcentre. of I

"_ <; .;-tJ., populaiud'irricd,67a; .two to .one- in Jorlty a bond t 1 .

',1, r""" . 1 liua ,, e.llbg"foe) '.a expenditure vfSOO.OOO> ;' for.

i ,: .! roads' And) ,'bridges: between.Key" ,,West'n'nd!' "Use:: malQf -

1ktojt; , ', land. I".u C .

'-, __to 'P'\V' ..:. \". "Tho 'propoMUlun\ '''bad ,,:a-elved the,. eDtt Ylll tlC!,

I'. 1 ' .. l rnI1.jlt'kdllf"'J.1b; tYlantic-'>ft "''a'rTr'rj! AOTTMeiitlon

-4 f (. ?;'whlc-b W urging\ :the, completion''of n', .op tlnu-v

I y ,i'-, :na route butwrpO'Malne. ( and EpJ1we.f.od'ekirlfngn : \

.... : ;3;"?:>;:..,'the-A&antftffoir\. Jibe greater'ttfj't.k' : tieyyf, '* .
rt'. ... f ----
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/' ''- !Itn'hewinfo.road'wben'fompletelIll'. -Ua' tbe iwo .. qia

:1\ : J.on.<
ba i road o ,.....1ID\ ''the world.'. .At. times , .
,1 c rt', 1i.' r. ', "the-mfry 11''','. .
:hii '!i torlt iUI'bo-miniont Jt not actuPlly'out'.01 .
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blid.
4' ie
J , ;t. ire '/" .t.
} . ;. 'wll1'linv of -f oa ... ,. : .
x. .. "Jl the Oulf!, 'Mexico ; the one band .. -, .
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r:: amd th "' Ocean other., r -
Atlnotij! on th s The scenery; is ,
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a '' extremelypicturesque; .The, Keys ::.have been* .'
(
-com'jwredto ":
'. i }>*,, ,"- the South Bei": "\ Islands.; They "Xv1 V / " - .-f bete b/U d '
are.masses 'BUILDING : : *r f .4t 4
THE KEY
.... ,, ,. r RAILKOAJD TO .WEST-The same ,method will be adopted in I -
; t', : "" i 0( bright green vendure .DdCODt.l,
.' t .' ,".' 'i\-vi\ ;t arrovra. ",Tile abools 'along'Jhej,' rout..'( I'edeM' every1colorIn. to the. same. point. .-be-125:' miles long. '. > ..J:: !. -. t i. ..... : j i
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lot , ; : the rainbow.Vfrom: the :ma. es-of pink and ... '
:.", :e:. "f" ,wblu-curuland! i : white": marl, and.bro..n. and green ,made in', eight' 'hou"':.' UIriKI''a utoujobile Key'West'jhe distance;from Waycrom to Key West '20( yean ago; and which holds:.an; annual- convention. r' 'rI''! '. 1!
.
l road. now radiatefron! Ua v a<>a, and It la powible .,
i (t Mayweed con the'-bottom.-There, areimmense puma Will be 637 miles; or 1723 miles by. auto' road from and road show 1024 : 1
. ;: of to ride from Havana to !Kffatfo, 2400 mile south of New jTbe convention ahdimbowwilybe . '
Let bids \
.. y yryw'' [ xea" brownpelcane'heronfrlgstitrd' ) : York Jo Key West. bdd-ln '' :t
Chicago the
:DTentiOn t '.. .. i
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Fhlladelplila,. ?- : !\'t1ont :"
V! : 1'r.nd.olbr.; < .. Thereis'cracker/j deep sea fishing, hotel and the vhow at the .i (
I '=? :v.'aU., '' Keys'and 4ne- 6Phingfadlittea' ''There' wire;, two ,. '.CWJeelilQ.'fI'ODl''Duary'. ..
l" .tbniiighthe+ . meosurea submitted, in Abe Key ,14 to,18lacluxlve. ,.
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# mf ..r*> flj. ' '* / 'I. f.t. ,bleat t bolld'111II08"'Whl11 GoodRoadMa .. ..- 1. '.i :
,;Lenl +J! ", J J :" ; were voted on- urparately; i1g "th j: :,
1: \ ,
.. ; sessions of the openid .
t.'! w t r' ; rlhe i gap betweenIhmalplaad'spd\ Key.West: au For! ..roads 5r'.Ninat, 'd-Por.bridge or _ph ll ;' tThe convention will l ,b4 earn '. .. ; ; : !,

t .' _"j) brldP f. b,.-.-Ilenrt ,M. FI..le,'. .Florida. Kasttioi and both carried unanimously. One.''of the'blsuel !. } Jr--t Identified with and 1 Interested: In}; ''wa! ,work' .ard\ y. ,10" ;'! ,\ 1 ,
: :1VCiw' "
1- :... ":.._n.llrolhi' 19124;: ,!TbedUrtanve: between Jloaae.t.a( voted on was whether born -in the eum f"IIU.ooq(1 ,, Big Industry' .will attract men trona' evt'n psrt'yf 'eoUDtl'J"'At"; ;,\-11. f''I .' X'ljX! ; ,

II'\ .Jn Southern ,77oridar'aa; wbicbctberaUroidtoreraei: ( -=-.altould., bciRtiued Io.r' !!,e'cop.tXJ'tlo8; : D.rjd.tff l androadway ,- , the .show; ..In.be, Colleum\\ all of ,'lhe'iatesagd, ,' ,.:.d,/il'.
.tq; eateusloahagiae'and' Key ; : from Stock i laliud < ,, . ': .. ':; ( : .. ... ..s
; : 7 approved appliance for
;Wat'ta-t2I8An11ea : CPfo SlDllledl.teJr\lI.cIJ.cent.; rod constrMlotCgeU1lf" "" .
:Prk J :J J1Olqdl.tonM: .'the, rpllroad ;rune/:over"deep'wrptu'; ,for;;'y: to* Key'Wont) jtp 'Baddlo Hunch.. ,5'pn jhe.JjalnlandJourney ,, Oi18) \t11Cti9nW:; 'Jy-c .....blbnlou.'tb8J"8I11ccru.Gt..f: ; .. !ieiaeeoglafkn ..! ,,011'. { + -.Jt.. '
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.' +..J" (' } ;a..dlvtal ,01, J a,_ t-!! ;:tbo'ooaiirrte n\l.er.l / ;?; Vliile, :::tJ%! ?'OUII*"''.;Va .,1o"' toait'iiifl;: ; the,? ; Ainountmg ,,.., 'I'sId..t... Fl'I1l1k.rI, "'f:_f'CIt.r,. .KA. 141'anC1,I./J';;;' ;:;; t :

# "" Olaeea laing.utor j :a:4epth ,o.80: +1eetyef,+.watee.!J rf*Iecraaerbridges a'Ker( ;;;LergoaSa14; k upper.! .;"t tomoOp iWft+YealrLjkr; andtrtaeiiterr7amMtIa'!, ; l ; epnLarf" ; ... "The"l- 'mbr ;!;;tFd. 'xti'eM. ., '
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; .' f''. Flodda Ketx.. lingl.io u'ndito .r : "t thlntl"! '' II\It \\ot
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x+ "Jt -' Ja1t c14o.000 : < { '' :; ;' ta ',
: h1" ; ? 't'
,I ,.r' ''' .o\ ''lre .1 1 $. 'ilei.le XHtf JU?,J&I'Pper.: .,; lJ t 111 let. b6tid''!' ;.to'f"ict.: .:"t.$. '" ,4oo'rtr_} > ...>c1'att'of ';1 ..16e"" 'GtII' ; !'at. zs U .. .f'fi' ..:, . '!"<',f"o' .,

.; ,t .,: .. ...the, ilietaaoeF?; b.tw t 5e D. the': artoua ;; ey s''' ot-'islands: : ,. fhe1'. . "..l1plhD Dade.rad;nt.r,'..otwcMiamJ:1 / \. k.a'' !' '''....-. :. *'''rt\''-'ViiLiii. : : 'Li' co.- *" *tX: ',' 'it'pn'' 1ty.lAdtx ,..J'W'i.'L: + \ . . ",;'. '. .I" '::10.4 ....'...-.;"..(., .
,
f , that forma thfliii bttwefcn Key Weat and the the' "'+ j 't" r! -IT.O ' J 1'rheD :io ( " ;; ; f
I'er' ;
: main1
: *. principal ,. centre" of. JIOP1fI IOII. ;An.nounccmrnt .-;;:! JBUlL1) > tNdbelonmtioseto'tij! : ,:tap;' I Inftr.v5 )'OIIIl <<'OJUUo" at jJo'h pitJ'iate: :" ''* '
a: t.Dd:; -"Morlda-coiislBts'of' .bo bC.wblc1a have beenifledin'whh'embankmehle In made thiN ; ; 40,000 ; :;; f'
,. ;. ; :bat Country will spend iBta'tCT. rta5- o" more mlW a.: year" 'i.'emphasise
the l I'
..'" flit list of big bdsinemesjn United : by' ffiiKiiAi. ik 2-l, A
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; along the railroad right '100OOO'Jn tIle conHtrjctlon of 'a road to connect' I Mr;;.MacDonald'wbo'tije.that. ;, L'; .
bulldii.g' .
t'I l\l The'latest estimate 'compiled by Thomas JL highway .Sfii .
.: l' of :wayThe nboals in the. case of' the .auto 'route with the Key largo road.It will be ,built "under, MacDonald "Chief of the United States should-be"continued.1 .nfa:; t am tlw 1>physical! Jiinlbt- -".", ...s-
.
$il.,1 ( would probably bercrossed by;, bridgesalthough the the NlJIIrvhdon'of J..D Read and wijl Join the road 1023 Uona of. labor and'material will permit;, The ,longer \! -4: .
shows that
,,) :., ir, automobile road, not obliged to take so-direct i route 'from'Key Ijtrfo (on the :May to Key,West), which' 'Bureau oi .Public- .Uoadi. .surfaced.'roads during' will\ the job "Is delayed the,:greater'will' | bo the mltimu'le '" '",' :r ".
miles
., ,;.J' .?/"eaatbe fnflroad, ae'uaethe K ys.to a greater extent.\ will hue a.viaduct, connecting! with !the mainland.! ..pprosiPtatelyto.ooa 04 cost'! 'fo the people. 'The. reason. la that ,the traffic : : "Itt.
-- -- 4 atia: stated t tbat one-tkird of the distance bo completed .' *n .
; 45.+ !' between, : The. Florida' mainland-Key West auto road will main rqads, hue now become

"" .. ...;" '' t .I the .0alnlalNl and Key, We.t already'covered"bjr. form11 an. extension' thel.Diiio, Highway\ leading *, suet '...haf'tbt.'II'ou1.Jlleo. If this vast roadbullding : .n eeet 4)) Stvief .of! operating Dolor 1 no:t> heavy OiM' 'i tji*_ ,. .. '; n
*' road the Florida" Keys"* and these"whenWt'ju' '' should\ .IK acfnJ' !.a( din'tylthg-np' the elilci".oVl'r; | ad '.: f>!r'
s' ;; : along ,,. : that from Waycross'Georgial; down' the East coa( of w>gr ra- f roads outweighs: the coot .of good ;
.
, : "> : ; . -. big eltieT=oG i theoun.trT"1.t..- tI!Lows"'o I1F- n,,ftii- "-oDi-"f"'the' constructing onrsw. ... r M i7!!IWr -
Il
V" ', . '_ the accompanying. map. The, -DC'twork 'of the oountrytbe Boston Post 1tFaillt-Irarek'd'tneda' \ %""" '''j.;'--.- ..- .
Kod from .
New
,' .;. 1.: of lines' covering- the entire area In- 'HostonMr.. : Tortto \ .
;
MacDonald =
M shows that lf TIi ', .
'.:, ; rend ,
of the "
1..i clearly the magnitude .
were e- dirt !
road
4 '.1<1 inefsd'of '. "
a paved -road; It' '
;.. 1.1lIhj; f, business of xoadbuUding. Of course, !III, time greater cost ofthe mo'to'rtruck traffic .alone us: .;.. \\J'ifr..t, '

," jf6r"r; these..40,000imiles 'of roads are not would," pay for a paved surface in ny'y'
!! ; about 11 years. If ,
!nft f"'III
.. ) built, as indicated on the map, althoughIn the tremendous passenger car traffic ( .
'j ; were considered.-l ,
c",1i"" 'v : < due time thousands of mile will be- the operating. '
< saving would '
tbe
r
pay cuntructlou
cost Sad
'j"p.,N,r..A yy 4. ,lr cofce.'unlta of. great transcontinental in a much shorter period.! "*" -_ ,:

-;-- ...;:' :: ..Anii and intercity highways. As it I. now To Illustrate: the pressing need for all possible speed .;: ; "' ''?
each State builds .its own road jtyatem in the improvement
.
of roads
,
: Mr. MaeDoneld'clted'the
I IJ .- with the assistance of the Federal GOTernment trememlous growth of ', ,,,: ..
' !, and the co-operation=-of -adijaoent -. ;nT: -;- By motorvehicle regiitfraTi \ ':,.-1 :,' ,
3nljTl'of'UiIs"earTlheiTinniber S
;: of inotoV
l States., ::: ':o-. _
vehicles'traveling'the'highways } Jl t
had "'. {
increased. ' .
to' ,, ,
'The! 1022 C! n trucltot'pro.rem 'ap- Chore "jfirof
than
13,000,000: o',,com pared ' :
: .with/ :J.71t330 .
;
. .,Ir-prodm.tod 37,000 miles divided as folriowai 'in 11)14; How directly tJl..blchwu3"'lou"b'tJle" ( ,
lrvn
.
.( :, Six thousand miles of 'pavement . .:: :
.# ; tlie"people\ in shown'by ,the,. tuct'tllllH'lhrr( :! :;
'"' ., brick L' ': '
such: twucrete, sheet; asphalt; Is now'more'than one motor"" vehicle for ,
Cant| ,10-peo 'AphI. \ '
.and bituminous concrete ; 4000 miles'of ':n,' just a little crowding the whole population't '''f
'::: '... ;f, '
.. macadam waterbound and bituminous be taken .' <:
could ,
for a ride!, atone. time :V"7 '
,r" 20,000 miles of grave) and 7000
. ; Tile Federal Aid highway syntenff-whtrh
, miles of Hand-clay and top- oll roadH. will t .
\\J '. 'vho'rtly be approved in., Its
entirety IK Indicative 1
< of :;f
( I. The classification of lhls. year's40,000. the determination the
American pc''pln' to ,hn' -4
the same; ; f II
miles will be about
highway .
. \;. system consistent with the demand"of time; : '
. ""'"tiv;,;" 11: .,,' : At'the beginning of. this )year there bank The system will 'include nearly ltO.OOU!* l ;";
.
-1' were about 4ft0,000 miles of improved) miles of the most Import.Dt'roud.. ;
.' .V 'V77 a.MWIbrwv.ra <>C the' J nphed
surfaced roads,ha existence and ut the I'
Slates, so located .
Jto form
-V ns a complete\ '. lietvrarb" :
present rate of progress; this mileage of mania :1
interstate .
"' ewrAaOAf and Intercounty 1
v '".. "' road When '
; will be doubled in 10 years. completed, it will tie lorl'lber.ractl..nJl ,
iJ.1, . NeliOaWlA )' every city .....
:., One of the most important factorsin ( und town of 5000 population '
,
', \ > nuatrixsuwurwaarrawu or greaternmI -A 10-
K"_ :J/h. : the great movement for more' and mile; aonc on each aide of I the fiuiiln will\ Include the" 1'
,. !:"' ., :(,J . .' 1 J better roads which baa '....lIull.*! in home of 00 percent of the people., To ,, :
',f. : Vlmproyd ,.!:iii"bc! used as part* at tJ1a..11n'IW"fiIlyer: : iIorlda.throughJackaonville the rate encourage' Ib : ,
f. St, Augustine, Ormond the-construction of Improved highways at early completion of /this system, 'Federal\ '

I v -. / .\ E\.:; seal ;'iiMioinoblla, road. Key Wearlaconnecleil! !bystenmijr \Ve t peach and Miami/ to Royal! Palm State Park of 40,000 miles' a year, is the American hoed Build will hereafter be spent only on iond.. 'appropriations Melt" "
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I f' ;<'ft kr,.,; ,; f,>rry-twice'daily"to, Havana, tbe'run being'i 'f'' .Olntatirr, of CIO miles. With, completion, through to ers' Auoclation! which was organ land more than form n part of' the system. -4' . f ,

-I; ',. '- . / ,, 1battered 1-
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' It was a loosely knit f'.JItabil"bment In which every world-." 12 foot tippy rntioe. with ''t" I .
Chas. a CUKI-
Sieinmefz
;": P. L&d .Sifnnle Life did for .the and "no one }"
. . . : one somethiiijt' common good Ion in the bottom' ana four boards. laid together .
." , Nag fuasy "
'
I ZJ/fj: : : : from gunwale
togunwalefhwartwfoe
OJ: Ooli1\G i, bin own' meals, tIoln&tll\ lawn etevlcs fetelnmet Dr. Stelometi retired ct! 0.o'clock every night and to l 11"1\11"" nsa .
between" .
'J, ; ;y Chariw! and. his friend, desk., :
fN ", : : '. wag an early riser out 'and around ,Dually before! '. ,\
housework. Rpartau-like '
living/ In simplicity) lame Nature, .
When' .
,h%1i ke g. the.. man- who'm'the : 'world'tailed the boys got np. lie cooked breakfast on the alcohol he went down to the river 10' work 1.,, ; '
:W ..( ; electrical A.-arauT
there *
waa'not a Mingle -iu the '
J. ' "mnstet"aud '' '/ luxury stove, just a., be did nil the rest-of (the racaWHe bison'Volume ; .
; who'was dtlet.consulting: en- plain camp" he t>nllt 25 yean all"-Orat- I'OOm'DDdtlillD '
one '
was champion maker and _
.. ,. _u pancake got ..ns ,
: 'z ofbetpeneiwl( Kleclrfa Company the '*
v'fi, up'-to 'nnother ;and another n* the years '.went by, ranch ,fun out of flapping a flapjack 'aa be did Nabfaeo- lax wherein he kept his pencils. ' ':.:/
.;f i time bit e1eath'set; example.. "lIaroraI' IMng ; ti;
; .an : until It '
wax finally rambling1 four-roomed affair, -
,' ;t' .Jorall'rlcn n't turning an algebraic formula 'into'Bomethlng' that DeJu.itiDC'.tlleae in I in canoe hp- uabed off from ",
"generally hi
:: theMohawk.. .ummPJ"eamp.1011'; : There! were no'chrpets ob; 'the;'JI <>N. --no pictureson meant electrlcnlly, \ loss steps for mlllfo'nti of persons shore, gave a few vigorous strokes, with his copper- .

1 .e.fJ.'i\ ... ..-I--N.: : ,Yi Mtiyer, first( .outside I. ,of W-'heflcctadr the "iiare1' 'wondeu, wnllu. The ; man whose" : salary:- ,lie baked \tbem big. and round!, one at a time. and l bound double paddle and(! prepared for the morning's .
would
liavp permitted him" 'to bore any -desire\ of"htt } enjoyed''etUng' t' niucli'I, work. .
them
< he dl> making '
1" Bost' as / ,
of .
fitelnmeti
; 'day the cjmi> riiarlca' P: h'
; heart p
got along;wlthtbree; simple, cotaalawing: : '
.
.1'tti f, : 'Jlh'-; nay taken from the life( of' One -of the front, bed;' a "rough work ttles'an'! I them. He /laid"the four boards. toetber"'l8re1all: and \: .,'
r- ; ajwhol stove 'oCgenl'troiif After, i
breakfast
h* went his work.
.: 'pbUOIOIIj.lM'te'' Of "anclrni( Oreece."tte tent to with'precWon. pined his papers onthem each piles .." ' .
out o : at. ,
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