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Title: The 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 27, 1912
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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Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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Volume ID: VID00130
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Official Paper T ZE KEY ST Key Wes


L Ky West Fla#y wst

VOLUME 4 NO. 74 FEBRUARY 27. 1912 PRICE NAL

VOLUME 4 NO. 74 "1 UESDAx, FEBRUARY 27. 1912 PRICE .IVE C.NTS


REALTY VALUES ARE

*BOUND TO RISE


Local Real Estate Concern
Has Bargains for long
Sighted Folk
Tlhvr is no bItlttc ll r todel ty ill
,wh 'l(h to iliii t,,t yIll r Iiniil'y i t 7i.iu ill
Koy I W1:t V oil havi ltard nil'iy
iop.l) < :1y "l:iul I bong.ill iral Estat I
twelnty- vtara.- a! i lo it wo'l lii.'I h l' Iit'
:t pirouitl:ti)l ist t-stinent tor m it ," i the
s.' ll i' tl i0lughtl) l t lt I,' ot I'x ,sl l .I rai
.V'rar. I'l' l) t)l:y". 1, o r o)f t 1he \ Isit
)liters :ltl[ iln t t.I IIn \', tII r, '.' :i'r *I groat l
Inttlmy rraM)o.n \Vliy y r, 5*tr >rn to
realize, I r.,.(it oil 0.vry purcItlith s. .
Ill th1 (. t i- l:t p th ,, y .s .'.. l ..t ntirt
worl-l :;ro ,In K y' \\'W t. 'i1 l 't "lr:r I t do
til In1l w ill ) r':l.t 1 i'.r ,vr1.. |il ,.r >
ofl )r.l |,n rty )1 th,. .I l ,ld rn :l t I
y )oulr 1 i n1il0 I (. I y nh, 1 11.\ ',n l rl thilln ,
no tI tlir. l .)v h 1l. l. it wI ill t 'nr l
bring you results. W >:II b11 \\' .V' o .
I tul"i t.. VV!it \\ ill )Iri M. y 'u Ir',:t L 1r0
int oino tha Li;Ltl l0) ll, )Ir St Ol *ks ;'l (l hilt'-r'
is W) ris;I olf Ilini .+yoilr v;t|ilal, it i.
hLterl'r tin i 3 .)illr ;,)\vi'rni wnt loh lsd.,
'.b '(1':I rI t u l t 111 lP ,, ist ,i' ( it pr tlon w ill
p)roill(t. ';,:lr r p r, *,llta: of ilcomll'.
Afld i -ll,1ith r is that irl:tl ,sL:att is basis
) all v:1 l ., :1 lA nolt lil> \\'W all s rllet
tl~ 'i ll;. ,h ,; tl t jetla nr lizl, } ltll'


.:t iltl. w\' n';] you wa lt It invl' t yourr
t I'''., X',ti O1t t Ii W h a ill v t i y ,.it I r
st' oii it h lots- '.tIl n11 d if it Il usi ess
J11at,., I u s .ti ll >. :t av tix:l ly twilltyt
11'lve p ,er etrllt o tl ('. 1 e II I vl as t(Ino 4it. Iy
i hlyit li tow, Illonit'y s:avt is mon oy
a1:0h'. '"h1 111!n1 who Ilows thlt I'tullc.st
Ii* m tasillur of' silrt ,ss illlt st not i )t,!Uol)
\vweddhld tio hlls oldl .vay or dolll; bIusl'
nwts.4, hi' slioublit keu ii i is Ili, iadot: )lt
S I;llL It I i ll thi.s fo tllll l to Ills
A.4'toy1 IlDi 1)rival str,.,t(. a11d select
0 yVull IhlVesillll)ts, yoeil WI;| nll(I our
list large' and prices right

MR. CURRY DIES SUDDENLY
Robert C(iarry, whose hotitmi. vias :it
,the coruor of Franiolranad Eaton street,
died on hnatrd the schooner Lulu B,
while unor Russoll's Key, a t10:3!()
o'look Msunday night. Mr. (urry ap'
parontly was In o1t lth r




. 1 US 4rived at dock it tfll
.1480 n'oloek y.pstorday afternoon. A
corounoe's jury that death resulted
S 'ronti eorebrtl htid norrage. iMr. Curry
was 55 years of age. Afl'te the inqueist
Biljaitiln Lo'ez, tle unider.taker, ro-.
nioved the body to the hoilne of the
sdoceased. The ftnieral will bho hold at
3 'o'clock title aifternooli. InterinCunt
tw ill be it tile City Centtcmry.

NEW INDUSTRY HaRE
The Key West Ilottillig C'inil)atiy.
will Ile tills city's most cre eil t
ilidustry. ('a .l I). Tlttpson, 'c
brother of Norberg Thonpsoin, will be
at the head ol' t t tls eiterlwise. Mr.
Thonmplson ifteoids the ilR at to Iie tile
last word itn bottllug ftetorles. Ile lias
theorefor i ptrhtseilsI tl itnost modern
itnachiilsry, itil tlie )irodliet is exltelt-
od to kelpi sttstaili Key W'eist's pres-
tige. Mr. T''lholu'ltn spe'tt soine tlnie
Ill 11 sillntir uItiil It Nowv ork a)nd
the Ideas gaL'ttired tllt'rth li, will piut
luto cotiLteeto form hre. The Key
West Iottiltng Comlpaiy's hliom will
bl on Caroline street, op)tosihtte the box
afiitcory; It i hlioied toi httvo tieo ilate
iu rtiitiltig ordor wt'iV't i 'itoth.
O)r. Milh4 .,6 n|e'-it K ;!t Iu, l rieuitianI -


MISERABLY SMALL L 61.
aV:tisngtnll. 1,. *-.tlu, rivers KEY WEST MUST HI
anld l I. irl.Io i ll 1 1 as r p'rtl lL' l by tilt,
Ul loicvlit s ,, l i iil MAINE AS MON

J l'h'ni
,i i ,,,, i Ben Leigh Takes the Initia
|I'riii Apfl';,lhihlula r Iivelr I t. ) t Ali-
drw.s hay, :-7.),. ll; st ,loiit.s i'iveir ,u-. Crystallize This Idea Ii
inow .iiksuii V ilk,,oi,on,,I st l, Jhi,,,s of Their Sublime Vald

laiwaliti river, .-l.',i)00; ('aolioosaliatci heu(h luwi illatoly after learning that Un-
r\iver, -.,.<):(> h .;nt( ,,.< f i.wo0; \'il.l- elh Hatil iltcli(hd sluklng till thtt -owW
(,ooa lh .|s ((>000; st i!a l'rsihlr( hii r- 'ronitiins l' thor t I)uI)I b:ittloshil)., lte
lior, :'2.iiail ; C'ryi-tatl riv l'r .'2,11l)1; llul- M1ilne, Mr h tel Leigh, iwho is ia close
inl-s rivIr, A.2i)m); ,. hi); olal iu; river, ptrsomdl I'nrl l of 1iui. Flranik Clark,
l 2,000l. is.(i 'i :tyiy y, jtllou0ltl:'hlin'n l Cont''iigressiiitman froin thu stOond district
I)( L\Vw ii' ('l(.'ie rwat er :inll ll aviia ly)1. of l' ,lorlit. : tnd wiosl u father wias it
A .'t .m 11 1 ']:i h : ; ,.h . --.)> ; :",.- .s l>'.h)i)ln:l tt r or Ml' r. ('lil' 's, \w rot o lr.
.:i li. .,,)i) ('lrk asking hi to assist Key WtV s
In ll 'tStitlg a portion of' tIll wr( '

yp n\ W a l tl ).,C ., 1F e b. .17 I. l1
REVOLVER SHOTS It. il
r, y W est Il, rklr.
SCARE PARIt MENMI ,,, . ,,HO:-W ''
SM' l Ir hIttI' r r't'e ivtl1l 10t I, t1), r 1
.r lt ,.r t tht llil \ ill,| itl IoL llh t t
A Demented Clergyman I '' 't
I I haive 'it-irl'llyv ituh lil t ii Shoots Amuck Resists r, I,,. 3litteuoriv, til ta,, to i.w..nltit
A i t),to l, Sparlkin:i).ia, who r'Irit' lsilts your


lilldoll). gi. rA t'';tt s llns:ltlonl
w:ts caultt('tl intllfh.' h i os l' 'fU"M oMini"Is
today. whin iit t l l t lll t irtt tIssriIl :ts a t 'chIr'gy-
itn llif'tid st'vu tr:1l shtuts f'roni t a t'l vil-
ver In the lobby. wlh t l arrest,. l 1he
slouttt'ld 'ltinii s till' thl e1 M ,s.si]h!

ITFOUBLE IN TUNIS
'itiis. Afriet F br). 21;.- llosL iie dt -
IHI istNIatiollS w ,re IIltlet' tliltay ih fl'ore.
Lsit Iltall lit sulat)e y big 111o) ful-
ltiWing 11 stovt i turbancallet which r,-
suited In u tltno itality.


THIS MAY BE SURE

FORlEAlSTE OF PEACE

Diplomats Want To Brinsg
Kaiser And French Pre-
sident Togetht"
Paris, Fob. 2. -Freonho und German


..Iffl IffI StRIKoI. '
New York, Feb. 2(I.-,Executive oflt.
claid repr inthliig all of the large rail'
road systems in the ]tistern territory
met in this city today for the neoonud
Uhue to exchange viewooit thebdbinands
made I by the locomotive englueers for
higher wages'; T'e unglinors are uuld-
fig ii it moveimenit for. a wago advance
orf lapiiroximtely 15 per ceout. Every
road east of Clileago north qr the ('he-
sapeake n at1i Ohio tild south of the
('aiuadliait border, is affeetelod b the
demand, aui d iso the (urd Trtuiiil of
auinlda. It is whlislpred that syiait-
thy with the ition in tI above terii-
t)rie is spreoaling aiotig englieers Iin
southern territory.
l. Ali '.* Anti -'P in t-:a or I. I t'1ha


R. W. Harrison

Highest Grade

Photography
115 DUVAL STREET


The First National Bank

.... OFEV W FST --- -

Cipltal $100,000
S.irpliAaaJ UnJivideJ ?rofit. $ 43,9))0

")td til .),irrcei,0v. r NLI Haf jiraJ T"' n a
USaJ i) iltf.A :; : :' .*

Depositary ani Dlsbutsilan A.\art i tIe U. S. G wveranmnt


OFFICERS:
Geo, W. V .,e., rresidenti
G. Bowne Patter-na, Ice-peeI
Geo. L. Luwe, Cashier;
Charles A. Collins, AsstUIasIle
Ricbtrd II Kemp. ust.Cashler


DIRECT' ,:.S'
John Lowe, Jt,
John W. Allern,
Geo L. L3we,
Wililan R. Porter,
G. Bowns P.ttoriona,
Chas. Al Collins-
Geo, W. Allen.


iiiStr lit tost iihly3'. Y .nt iiriV V i'i' it s-
it itl that Col. l.Sarkl: tt I will always
hto -l:al to dlt V01rythilig l)oslAhll lor
Key W\\'st i olr Itttl.z.,'. andtt I will
intvitr Kil'tl to <'-oiit rilt 'with hillm inll hi.
I.'alors.
W illh liast wilslies. I !tt1
Yoimirs vryL truly,
F' ranlk Clark.

W i:tshllngttoll, 1). ('., 'Febl. 1.1, Illl'.
Mr. Biin. It. l,igh.
Key \'est, Fl.i.
My d'ear Sir;-
Youtr tleter to thn Ifot. Frank
(ClaIrk, iotarilg dltit Lit e 12lt Iistait,
lhls bIeeo turned over Lto tlt wing tit tih.
l'ctt that you rest In ll Key West
which is tn thi tdlisitrlt oie0oiso'lltLt by
ie in Congrevs. I noto what you Hay
regardilig tht, diisp)oltl31 of thc' wreek
ol the Maine and your sttggostsllt thait
it p3rtloit of it ootidl e tisoU l ,to oerv
as it iIoutiutin11 t0 tile brav, sailor
lads who lost their Ives when she wnas
destroyed. some three hundred of
which v'" u'rled in Key West,
The applfeittou for this shoull be
4uado to the heart try of the NXVy au(l
wfqjd luu lgie.s that y '
t _: ...... ..' I.. Aua.


WE PORTION OF

IUMENT TO OUR DEAD


itive in the Movement to
nto Sorgething Worthy
r Ind Glorious Death


Washington. Fll 2:1, 1l1I,
Mr. Bent. it. Leigh,
Key WI't'st, lat.
My dear Sir:-04
I saenl y iiher'iwlth letter 'from the
Autlh~ lre'ttry of Ntavy'. Iering
thl t frInstant I whlill yott will
J e that bIak Ifr I'oiu'ittl iai liuatio.)
oar a' p:trt of thl ni ato'ial r'cov'urud
I from thu Miahahiie IIlm ;tlria;ly bt o1' tSelt
to thio plroi'er oilliaitls ;it K'y \Vest,
I sullptso tliy -hlavo r -,oivo,, till. Iil)
illeatioti(in iby thelii 'i it lu, a, o' <.r--
t'lilLy will ivt i .lyarIdl s i b)y tht' tiLm
this reacthel 's 3 it.
II yout' will kindly kL, n) 'ti ,adlviseil
I will mee theoli algail whe,' the Ipei-
tion has lbtoin st'int.
Yours \ni' y trtliy,
8, 11. Siiar'kmt1:tt.

W VishinD tloti, F e>). 21. .1912.
My dtar (Conliressmii.oi:-
I htavo l |it > mln'r to mkilowletldgeo
theI re i)pt of your lottor ol' thl l!9lth
Instiutl relative to ;t aI:trt orl thl>t Maint
(or IIIon(miln titLl I i)Ui'oV.sI s ;itA K0ey
WV.st, Florhldti
A hhtnk (o i or' furtil : ii)l'aitioln for a
)part of thlt. miatrial re'.'ov r r.'tl 'omll the
Maitino lits. talr'e.Lvy Ihn'ti silt to thel
lIrolper oilleials at Ktey \W\t'.
Theirr ri'tielus will roi,,ivo ,trortill
( lsiloratioL ll,.
Sinoerely yort's,
]lBekmanlit Wilithroll.
Aotlng Scivrotaly of the Navy.
SIo0. H. M, Spark lalltn, M. (' ,
I ouso of ltolreisi' tatii tves.
'I'ht, .Ibovo o jrres itiO lit tt'r was t llr.
iild over to )Dr, J, . Mloney itulyni
jiust lfore he loft, 'or Ni ais;tt L:y i'
La'igh aid )Dr. Maloney, as Preslilent
otf the hammerer of C'onimulree t\irotd
the Florida. Dolc'gation in Cungress in
reforence to the matter; also congress-
miptu Murray of Massachusetts. Con-
gressmain atind r, Mirriy are close
friends andi Mi. Murray rolliedl that a
porlton of the reumais ol' of'trie Maint,
au&telivt' Ai i l ud3res v 0oIimniunli.


Rutu ii p lli1141theiwu r lzfjiWI UiOrQ, MnISwhoever It Im, they
the project. Q110c OIdUbIt lnikdge the appticletor. 1110eooui
I shlml Ia~gaYehbe gIml dto servie y u, 11111)04411)1, If any city I liat utho Iutii
Staltemi Ix eutitled to atu v of Whe remalin P
,and With ROYMUtl~tCOS of rogtitt, 1 '1"11, of the Maine thaft city Is YKey "Iest
Yours very trtiiy.. t-iunA t if; quite probable thaft the Navy
K4 M. Sppirk mai, ))epartment will rtscognieotior oahilms


NEW YORK POLItE

CAPTURE BAD MAN

Think They Have Tax*
icat Passenger Who
Stole $25000
Now York. ti,.-'Th police depart-
mellt, this afternoon,. announced chat
they believe those matt said to bo a fora
mter prizeo fighter, anid whoi wasi ar'
rested on stuspleion, Is the aiita who
held pti a bank imesenger some dtys.va
ago antd glaid robbed hAin tof e25.0o,0.
'tih robbr drove utp in it taxioab lit
bi'roN -iay'iht, and educommittctl ttle
criaine in thie slght of hitliredlir ur ipo-
pile. It hlal)lemed in Ithe heart of1' tLie
financial district.

KEY WIST ON THE MAP
Washihlitotih FBI). We,--Key sest,
through the i l mi ti of the inmotio
pleture, is I)cfrore thtl' Wasiiatgtou
world this week. Wlthi It the erlod
ol'a mionllth I iS lt' set'tiiwd Floriut city
to comnatlld thle pulihlle attentiuin i
uJinmectiol with toriin e v Iusnts that
cuioiael phl1th 4ihattmalu.
PioturoHs a'r belug Kshown of the en-l
trance orf tie (I ret trali over tile Fiorildt
vasI.IVoutsa \aViatty ienaiuus nioom r m
"Island City." Thie thll of thit o .I
shln 4 A111 excellent on0o bi lt o e
planiatory miote of tie Pathe Compattly
Is Incorrect .imne It lefers to tho ooe;t.
slou as a oclehratlon eommelnoratitng
the building ofa railroad 1s miles i
length to conneut 'lattlmpt astd Key
West. Tho eintrance Into Key \Vest
of the Congrosslst'ild pecial, which
left Washlugton for tbat alty at 2 p, in1,,
January 11), Is a feature. It is prc*
able that this plitture will beo siTiiw
lit all thi irinolpnl Florida clitles ith-
iII thoi next eW wopki,


NEW YORK WEATHER
Now York, Fob. 1.-Tuesday. Otear
itnd cool. Light win'S i :ocotnlligi weo-
terly.


S. C. LEGISLATURE

ADOPTS NE

Takes Rrce s Until Y
That Governor's Vag
Be Balked Effedtu
Cohlumi',a, S, C., I
(lSpe31al to Morning Jour
The Legislature' oi thil state
coded all preeilentsn ind hlas
to take recess tiltil soiimt tllnlo
In order that that Inl ody nmay li
pams all i111 rii; t lnt liea,., lreS
governor of the tti :tiway ve
Vear overnor, late V\'toe<
of tiii' most iii| iirtait ioieastur
b)y thle gelcerai iq.iiinbl31y, nilI
the Iminiinbeir of that botyl
hiled to seeo tht, the lawst t
sh ilbecome laws. and not s'
the whims of the governor


SPONGE SALES FAIR
Kiles of sp'inge forlMouilay
1912. wre its rulllowtis;
(too. L liardmtltli io ght, ',vo
anitonti of r$71:.71.
Norbert ''Tholmpsou bought
'fi, "rrtatlf. QC5 '-.T.'(7 .

aitlllOtllt of $1Tl.
John Itoliorts It itlht woul
amountdl Robertsogt wo
it of $2-4 07.
S., 1 Araplian ought wou
91lnouUt ()A $13.01'
A. 11. ('tt i. l)o ght; wool
amount of 9$.;(i.
Total sales for the dtay wero

To head on ,nel>dasoe tr,4 1
AAntt-Pain Pills. They sildnmr
4

Charles E. Yo

TA1LO
504 WILLIAM; STr
OleAion ai ct PresI ( a



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V PLAN

lay So
varies
ally
pob 2(i:
nal :)
I' htu ex-
tedlectied
hi May
e ablo to
thit the
Lto. Last
i sevorial
os pass d
this ycu'
havo (to-
heiy pasHs
uhject to


R .~AMO : WASSTHMEATN lifi


oompainloes aro prepared br any emner-
goinles that may arli.e'

CLEAN UP OR CLEAR dUr
Now York, Feb. 2(i.-The Now York
State Department of Labor, working Is
sonjtinctlon with i special comilllttoe
of wumeu cf the League for HIome ,'..'o-
nlontles, have b)CL- after the Chlilese
lauiitirles slrotigly thit the 'thilnee
Moerchanits Associatios held a mt'otling
li.st month at what loh Ithe I t hlie Ies tm.
drymon we're told tht they iittst ob-
serve the lawi or go to jail,
Out of 200 latlndries visited inl Mani-
haitta over '2: p'r ieot. lihad filthy
floors iitnd the laiticdrles were nlso used
as sioeIilA ig andt living, rooms. WaVtr-
rants were issuetl andt 3 ma'y of the
Chlini.s, are now on ir.lim.timi, iwhili
some have Ibee fined and told that
hor.oafter they eleaui up or clear out of
Manhattan.

Why Pcowl wnen you can smile attev
k*.t., 'u P" MIl:." Lakative Tab'eta?


Fields, who commanded a small .detaoli.
ients of Americatn soldiers thrt by
ntstake crossed into M oxioo from El
Pasu, thereby causing gr great xelte
tmeit among thi e Ioxican.s trl Dl Li
tried for dtlomobedlot.'ituo- el ord.et'. It
was list thtug;t hi'e would be dealt
with leulotttly, blt the owar depart-
moent officials inoy 'will mialirt Iat exam-
pilt of him lor the bIotefhil of Mexlteo
atil other Aiiorloana oliorss.

THE NEW REGIME
Pekin, Feb. 0i. -iteports here stat
thb tn a itarge republiatitn delegation re.
presoeutlug the otithermt provieoss
reached Tlen Tsln tothay. They are
proeoedhut to Nnukiigt without delay
to notify Kut mn Sbi Kalof his eletton to
the presidency.

Dissolution Notice
The part:ershipi heretofore existing
I).tweeit the uduerslgned, .1. Carbouel
ittld ,1. I. Uttriert, Is ieurely doulared
lobe dissolved. tihe uniderslgued will
collect all acotiuts dun tho flrnit attm
will pay all lawful bills against the
firm. J ,. Carhonol! 8 tLi


iiirll hi _______


F'.26, O slI Iltl -

0 .I San Carlos II


t wool to

Ito ci Week of February, 26.

A to th il '

, to t,,i La Raub and Scottie
Sto tile f C.IICDY AICROlulATSIN ltODUCING the LITTLE Imlt) HOUsiE
. Also a Clevr Comedy Sing-
;,,.r e ing and Dancing Team.


ung |. Motion Pictures

R Friday-Popular Prize Night
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ALAMO WAS S VEIDPIiHA
! .Tht, trylllior Altutrrlvut, aL lu lm l
ot''lu ,lL Oyesterday iiir ll llig lly iitily :Ii hty PL'
late'. 1'r ilr 4lie seais d1 l4t$'0 t er Il o
I'llF, ", ,I bo"o .,,ld.,.e .,1' lt roug h BELLESE tnIH
wea'ithiurs e (lil : dmiu'ti'il (Ir i was ii. ___*
'rulttit l wlit silt A grnt iiiatiu pils-
slitorlo kpt i to i. rth, ,ling tit The Misses Riquon and
tiltlro trip. She wrid the fu o illo n ,-
ert Kly West: A. 1'. M.tt.De ouhl, 1). Cook eave for Their
C.'onlroy, It. iilleiut, wi, At.tns,. 1. Homes Today
.1. M cIiHugti, Iti, hSlti (it.li, J, W \ 1itillti,
.1. (trrutt, ( rhahl I lylJtt, Mr. anl Thel Miss, .)on I itl at : l Iud lltil
Al rs. E;. W. Juwett (Mii:uni) Miss E. Cook, wtrn delightfully anitertaltl *1I at
AM. llissll ut ll F. J ( ]issell ( min i. l'4i tl r last night I by Mr.t, ii d Mrs. A
Th, A linO IftMat 2 o'nlock fbr (ial- 31. l'i'rginutS, of WViltcixtaf sol tA'rlt.
ves'toll with t lho passll go.sO fromN Kr AmIong ll thost who ni pI t th,
\VW st: Mrs... ( t, lican., M. ('. F, ptrity hslld s H l e ihosts 1 I lth r'lr h;tllM n
luiutltt. (. F. Jd o)ph, Mr. itild lMs. Illng,; giests w r : Mr. and ; Mrs. \\
l'ondl ,ll. M r. itil l irs. Skolttiltnd, M11'. Keviuot l. ls. N :i. t M( r.s. 1 ,,,. lr 'nt
:Pttl B. M.uru i on, st('aiJ'. W a Mrs. ( harls F orshrt MN11 N thi llmh
--..__ lt Rynolds, M1 s.i Mhrim w.tr.,n, t;|.i

|s,ill. M do.lo.y, M ,,s r,. lE' '-. Low',..
Crlo,,tis, lH llli :trd, Oilt.i, S, ,n ,.. ,,J.S

n I lttl'I ha' lt. .ll m .11 .
G l Cook h av. >ill i t'. ';' h,.:Tl. ti: n ,u t h

Gipsies In English Mining Tse ,Lit ',lt 11,, ,:'i ill- ...
District Commit Mur- tt'rtii.iii.s ill I i iior.
Tn iyv t l) i r o ii Ir ) iit," i. i;.,
der.4 Wholesale nok, \ :t. oin this t1niinl'-, i *1ini
I',n)lt ,l'ol), . ;.---T coal ..;l lini g AT THE JEPP 'nSO
lt'gio:. or North i ,.al ,lshire is iin :t
partial stat oft Frr'or. Frt'e tientL (igihts A.l'1. T. Sinithl, N,,w York; l,, ( so,.
ccuIlr botwetil strikers an'. i n who on i d \wilfe, Iollisville.'Ky.; ,os. I ,r*
petrsist in worklInt And to al:l l to t sh khits, i, l geoterai'l rtIelillg of ittrust, a Ih.iuld of .('Ar.t` y. l.'ily; .1. Iliitrl'2. .la'k't oin
gllls intl rrei thl't-i 1iru0llh Il', pi. I. I ti/. l>.r I '; '..; ,>; \vW. \v mt[ h .
ofcitiz nls, 11i lll ition l llthe r t.lIr N i;m', i lt ll N. ', ir i- Ai.-
ipolih atutholritles, ;ar. 1 htlltil), tit : vt- la0it t:e ; W i\\' MC. Cl,riinlll. 1 ; t ton. \W .
II)onds thrm lgh -ev ,ry l in, :ui tl by I ( <'It-l in:in t i l n it\. J (Ilim:t !,l ,llI.tC.
path.i)" I'. oi nlll, t'ilt:in ) ti: A 1). 1:tri li ts, st.
o\ ICi)oi, o.CS. i.til. Mrr', .. 1J. 'I. Wilcnx, N.
I T i iT J' o '. iDsh 'll, ilti'oo: Mrs. ary
Eit. ted, lMs ltholliu v t .l W. Is ll lranr ,
n ior, Nw Vorl; Mr. manI MlAr. .aton.
ttrpor lloow,.No, N oi; o Mr. t;i nd Mrs .1. 'It.
TAKE MEA UR ES E ot, Neodosha, Kai.;J, ,. 'l. Tho.rntoll,
--*- W. 11. Yollung, Atllnt:l: F. 1F. listings,
To Cope With Coal Strike K e ,l'o, m r S .pi-
If It Assumes Large field, Ill., Frauk Maniu, Mi. F. Maun,
Mr. amid Mrs. Henry Hlessuer, Brook-
Proportions lyl, N. Y.; Mv and Mrs. I. L. Raulkin.
London, Pe) .- IS, r d Uiniottown, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. (3. w,
l Idl, c 2,b t rep1 rt l Todd. Buoston; Mr. and rs.' G. F. Tur-
liotorinlued to have the (ov''rinuiint ey. Mrs. Saui. or,i: ost n Mr. and
Sto have t ll li.Mrs 1U.-Portev. f :s i, I nIllg, Mrs
work the oonlmliie Lem1 porarily if the I roWldp-ringlaeld; .r l'.01i ln is




Oml thousttandl Derbyslhire inern havt,| lrt F "-.iu. lujt
nireadly quit work, however. Th' cont Washington. Feb. 20(.-Lleut. T14n


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THE KEY WEST MORNING J( R '4L, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2


OFFICIAL CITY PAPER


SUCCESSOR OF SENATOR FRYE
Emememammem.- .- I


PAiLGE


.. .;.~_...


THE TITLE "KING OF ALL
bottled beers has been earned by Anheusei
Busch for "The Old Reliable"


Budweiser

It's impossible to improve upon its Qsally and Pyu ,becau
it is brewed ornly from the best materials and thoroughly age
in the largest storage cellars in the world. Its mildness and lo
percentage of alcohol makes it friends everywhere.

Bottled only (with corks or crown caps) at the
.4 Anheuser- Busch Brewery
^ .I,, St. Louis, Mo.
i Eduardo Henriquez
S "' Distributor
f Key West Florida
-L 1 i ll


ra





se
ed
)w


Obaia Gardnert
Jg tin t tbi ri-' tutUe


is the United states senator from Maine who 18 flU.
tuir2i of tet. late Senator Frye.


.--\ ,


O ..
Sai. Pill,
CCri-
\%. '\ -rjo

L.sy*.
To Head-Off
a Headache
Nothing is Better than
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
They Give Relief Without
Bad After.Effocta.
"It gives me great pleasure to
offer a word of recnmmendationl
for Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills,
as there are thousands suffering
unneccssirily from headache. 1
was na:1icted intermittently for
ve,nrc ,ith hleadache and after


FROM CELLAR TO ATTIC
We canll f i'rlih yi'r house through
ouilt I'romll top to botto),l regardless of
what you01 moans owy I". We carry
:I lag t(ock i lid 'in lit attlyone's
pocket boI)ok. V will aIilpreciate a
'iit f'om iou iarid wll be l leased
1.) hl \v 01Vyou )'tll. stock.,
Key \'O'.ll FirnI tlur Co.,
ir 70oo1) Dtuval St


WHERE YOU GO
'4tn f juL 'Coff; :-,L)p
That Is "he PlacI J 't Im
an. Turic., and t s,
De'icict.. Choco a:e, 'b a
Candies, C.garettes E :
Do You Smoke Occasionally
o ail 1i} r "'))it,;, i11
sk for a Pure HRivi listr
cost you only Five cents,
and smoke It, then you will
be in Heaven.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
IUAN CARBONELL Froppri4t
717 DUVAL SrREFT
\ . . ..--- . .


Other remedies failed, I tried all' T ns ial Parl
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. For all l l.rlr
S 9 the past ten years I have carried
them constantly with me, getting Centrally Located, and
W mi. u r s S s Co instant relief by using one or Convenient To All
.two on the approach of headache.
rThe are also effective for neu- Hl0 AND COLO WATER BUTI
General M erchants raigi, givin immediate relief." Latest Tonsoril AppliHnoes, and
MARINE RAILWAY, HAIDWARE, BTTILDING c. M. BROWN, Estherville, the most modernsanitary method
31 rFIERIAT,, PROV IPIONS COA L. Dol.... e, cents. TlE LAC. YOUU'IE LOOKINGOR I a
WATER A N1) ICE; MILES MEDICAL 60., Elkhart, In.
Cable Address "Curry, Key We t." '
U1till n' Hite J "L
.... : .... :=-:- .= W EST., F...


OFFICE 124
DUVAL
STREET *




Real Estate


A.
M 5ll- ) I-


TELEPHONE;
NUMBER
WA DD ELLsl3022E




Mortgage ILoans Insurance


Here Are A FewlGood Bargains

3 lots on United Street between William and Royal Stutts loms on Catherine Street between Mrgaret and Grinnoll Streets
Suited street between Royal and lMargaret Streets 7 lots on Margaret street between Catherine and United Streets
3 lota ou willianr. Street tt eut, Catherine and United Streets 2 lots on Watson Street between Olivia and Division Streets
3 lots on Cathe:ine Street betv een William and Royal Streets 2 lhts on Newton Street between Georgia and Florida streets
3 lota on RRoyal Street between Catherine and Tropical Property 2 lotsa on Petronia Street between Georgia andIFJorida Streets
6 lots on Royal Street between Catherine and United Streets 1 lot on Petronia Str9et between Georgia and Florida Stseets
4 lots on Catherine Street between loyal anti Margaret Street 2 lots on Angela Street Near Barracks

m These are all well located, near street rilway, hign,i well draioed anAu ov3:blAk th3 slrri),nding property in g -l a lgh borhoo.l. Nthiug
th- city. The price isextremely l1v, N wr thl it vi )3 al ia, e.- i t'I3 ti',l V) i toli. oi t1 l t' t: tl' a I)t 37 yd) as
No where else in the city can you get such liberal terms,



Delays Are Dangerous


TRX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE
'Yoir stal aind o(. ity taix-':: arr n',,
otil alll payablel at, m aft IIy d 't' ;.t It
'oi)iiily ('11 itr HlIIoll 'lT'. hTax ks clo ,h e
the fist ,M <)l ;y In A r11) l. 1A p 1t.
T. A. .-SW. t 'tI'I.)hg T ('"f)ll0:l0 1,


DRUGS
We are centrally lhcu;neu .iu
carry a complete imiun e
Drugs and Druj Su'cidrioes.
V. GUICKHAi


For Ieont-A 1 or lI room house
oin l val D Si S Avp'l. to A.\. l- ouis.,


" TWO


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THE OLYMPIA
A 1h1)| ITII 111 ,',1 4
A I l) NI IU

Open All Nighi
I'll 311 M I'T A N I
R I Nil, NA 1;
1 rU i'J;'' )' AT


:- SHOiT ORDERS -:-

The Olymiia
Knight and Knvwlos Prop.
Reynolds Bi'g. Ouval St


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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912 /


w~mmz.inm, w-


SINGER


C
16.


0INCER


You find it through !
the products of this
Company '. .'-


FYg


Siger. Machine

Sewing Co.

716 Duav Straeet


PEACON'S SPECIALTIES


Drt. J oiv1 444J4) Eluao

~3C1 fiL-iSI41'[C114

Poll I.1\A ar l-Svu p

3'elep~loneR


Pun Ol livu Cesc



mckers 'Surinus in .M asm\I41.''ii
jCIiisco
r i111(4as ca- 1jbe F~4ti hFItk'-
lNut Mi.


EACOGN
1,


'1..3ixniu1 nrtd


ani 'a 2

P .(IING BETWVEN
KIEY WEST' IND MIAMI
MAKING CONNECTIONS WM".'
4 cy 4 slf ) comp'tay to and from Now AL. M3ilo, Gal-
qutOU 44 "111. 1vi. @

.4Wet 0 ii i'441l))1L iy-flvn.Ke etaw is a
71.
a. 'tb Ha Wkc'ChMi view,
F~~~~~,, A[eua' ~ '~ h f ,I viewo
~oa4tIP. N rman Sweet~ing t~lr


-ORDER FO.I PU3LICATIll
i41 Ciroulit Couirt, SLO L'i~fI
1(lovititliy. Illil44:.eh 4'3'. iit
comity. III (1Im444114.


:lor4114


l'. F44 ndE. al ak
i~io~e. IL 11411 a l i a: I It.1al
it4 t i t'14'irl.4 I 1 :11'4i't'1'I l 1vt1: Fal~lk
4141( J",j, t P'. .04 k4' t' il Itl 4 fe '1 (1.144fi t t hLreilli

'LI4iVI .4n4t1 ~L hl')* it'(' twor tlio age4
-(M Ituit4 -u4 i4. ; 4. hi-rcf.rc or-
d14'rw3.l 0111hWi k 4 1:14 1 14441-0441(h43lt 4 "11.i4tvas
1)44 j~ '414 41, 4' 144'' I)) -by I k:4)lit 4441Lo
I :I I.').1 t,' -,;it'4 1 1 ph l.4..t l 1114 i
i '4 44a4.'44 ,A. ID. t. '. mother.
c14444tn hl. A '4 i -O~''sti d 4 1 ;14 1 wth~ ill ht'
.1kt-11 :1. '4 4, .144''41% 1 'l .-' 'hall t,
It j., 1',n'4 I r .11 n'' l" I i1,L,44(ids ovi '

.441o '1ia4 1 i t( '4 i t c 4v44 1k:44: j~ j,4 Ih'd i stilll
COMliILY 44Will 4t'.
Thi's I t'0,)4i44' 4l I1, 1911.
1.W. Rtt-i44'4II
sea'i{ i'4I UI1 t ,4o i Irt,
NV ,IlI t I I -i I- 4,44 i 1441 1



01100 THEATRE

Picrnres Ghuged

EveryDay
A kin) is zicrn 10 (.(, nt s


SLoo For The Name
Tbhero Is a Dislinctlve
Quality of Our loa Cral
That Appoals To E.voryoac

A. LUIGIGNAN1
Stand For IG ULroim 01
thllie Illil hst ,u li ail
hludnti SliMWar.Y ith.'ils

* THE NA14; 0 OiJUR WADNi

A. LlU CIGNANI

Sunday Ordie' A Spacialty
Aoma 124 702 Duval Sl



GASOLINE
to'res ana angep All
S Styles and Sizes
Terms Easy

712 Caroline street
T''lew hone N)..376
-*.--- al


Pretty Lace Bonnets





M -t. .
S'.. ...!' 0 '

-f. 7f ; "1'.


PA


10.''-


p 'UlI2.E is nodoubt1 now that 1 ats I:n:n: the 1.
(or it01' her bonnel ) nmd:' of f la :,;Wl. :e rAiSm
S will b alen adlg l'e;; 4ra t n head- v'wilti the h1I
wve r forir children'. d ing t he c'c)n- Tl; 'o
igll spring. Alreai',, t wie lwho te .2rk o;n c1h
the :'ylE;' f !'or thle lubli:'s .acceptat:ne, n ;ot c, ':5p r.a
or r l4oci1on, hav' nmadeio ni.4 UbionI- pr'it..ty SO'ai':
tilul b ;:".ctIs d:'( bcnn-et-l!ko hats, with 3 ;1 ,+' :.1 tha.
r.llch ,,orJod .4tI..cest, .that they wi.l b:!),' 4 l'."; he!0
:;ure to soil. They n,;; 4 al t t t'l4e 'no,.: .vir. I r i' n :
(.'-', f'ro:.). I1t 4al p1h' id, it of beauty t;.ndl illilo ,ry aT,
utilily, ind m;;)le than all, I ro;; that of')" d o4'0-ve:'.
ee:o ill.ny. 'i'Lo il;.ijort ,aLre in id" ofl tlte la,' t .
iarr' W v:'] 110 a n 'l L .LOc o t4l 1 Ior .ly tM e 1 ni:0
lace- as a rulel \v;;Il siow'.', gaud w. arc.'iirg l,M.r'g r tl:'.n
i4:liti!4's. X\'al ,iand 4
These prc'ty 14.l;d ( cveoiings are teU'. Qi'.ite
l::rd io in .;44''y ov, ery 4ca4;se on a wf!r have b)oonI
frame which 41i fa.';c"' with 'lhirred :illk minre attrac
or chlffon., But 0;om4n4eti!;;as the brimi had herctof
;f.chi4g is also oel 1'c1. Itibbo'-; in sill White a4nd
or vrlvel are used with them. Many ly all the bt
smIall flow,'.r's, to.', aidt to their beauty. colors Is eas
They ar'' -"( In pri'ia '.nd (ualint 'fash- cliffons and
Ion about the crow4:n, or In one or two Ings. Wide
little bouruots on the brim, Forg~t-me- velvet rlbbc
note, June roses, mous-rose buds, small flowers for
daisilea ain blontioui of t4 tiiL ea ,.re-
-- -- -- u LS ~ t ''^f-llA ,~ .


1


EXTRAORDINARY



VALUES


pare


our Prices.


These are


New Goods


arrived on lkst boat

20v Table oil cloths 15c yard
200 Tapestry portiers per. pair 35c
50c Men's silk Socks per pair 25c
27c inch Dia er Cloth 10Oc
3 f or 2"5c Ta!C Doilies at 5c


Fvsery~1tinr; Yrn


Dr y Goods


Ihis Is Your Headquarters



S& P. IM TZ


70.4 :.Duva


street.


.(oHN Q~~L(V. Ir. SONS


14 fl'1d lo er' I o'4 04' v.,I
44414:4v laces."44' '4' 4'1) l fc44 tr !es.
!I? I!, );4''' 441"'4' 4 'u't32LiIstic( vI Y~p'c".i 4 i: ailw tv, .hmnqlcs 4nd Lumber
I 1 r, 1t'I 10 I!,( 11 : 1 : t414'. 4
~l11 of the 4"wh,444,.' 4

T,) w.4 1o i~ 1, : 4p 4 4t 4
'.:'1 l 4.4 0, 44 f;;1 1 '.'. xe z*' T
v.0 44 o4 n.' ''' ' '' ~ 4 I

c)4.ny laces a re Cho4'fa'vor.' ~'.
41 ii414441,(44 01of )4)olty 141C44
brt)4144ig t 0)41, 1bat1 are not '" 4)44 4 ~ ,,''
Ottvo' than lt110140 We IaLve'44 irj)~4
d pl&dolovs ml41,4 1414104- 'M*.$:.* S
solicts 60 Lha)t a r11hoiceof
,sy P4404gh Very thin silks,
dInlce):, are used forrfac-
e, soft ribbons or narrow Ls~ekuti ae eso H
'usarechoenwit emil a pleture of o~r 3SH. P. tbab sells
trimming. for $00.00. With 0O0tIOW l&O otflt
JULIA EIOTTOML&Y. nv~a..a .e..i- ilwiaSm


FOR-SPRING WEAR: UiLIZING THE' SOILED SHOE
Days of Usafulness May Be Extendoed
if Article ts Not Too
SFar Go, .


The young
'.or spring so
cannot do 1


"w i charming fr<
ARC-I I Eo' fort it yon wl bride who
Plait4 PIroilted for Auy Ulas i mo fabricken. '
f B!uilhig irom Cottage to Sk .1" tnolia Ltught Beer ), o ool ith. m
Hscraper, )ruwinK.4 ;u11 l1u-' 114 .tlwa'S ti- it, nt NiII.. weight fabri
"irints mn l,' t olf ttl4 M, you The scallops
Swish. All -,ork guartnteud. ')erg'l saloon Also bottled, of gay plaft
S1' V. M A N white and tO
1' iYi B R L A. 'i ,, t),1 lki(,1,'4 tom of the sl
'' O Up:7 11':u -ll _-i Beneath thee
Sboots show
--**-*- -- .. Front anad rir:titrick .4t, boots are of
JOS. MULBIRG, Proo the new 16
^ L. A.. Greaux --....--..... --
WAT IIHMAKEit JEWEL R Lace and
f S'UAIIa+'.~I4TA I tl7 \ cades threat
je repairing L to dolcat watcbea Juslt 4 w'ek's trial ofonue0 f otir and worked
L4 jewelry li.vht% will c0jvinoe Oyo'l that you're or both, Ma1
Wrk' I" tw ,'rnt4 I and withb Bst f ev
till *H o o
Ti gi'tI I t sVAi. lT. I, ie .ne0,-. Olevelaud t. Pier,6', inso o4, ie
.s1 4!., .t *' e o4 tl


g woman who want-' get
owing done ahed of time
better than ,o copy this
ock, just completed for a
will pass her honeymoon
'ho material is white per-
a soft, lustrous weave of
mohair, though any litht
I will answer equally well
ed pipings and sAh are
1 silk in red, green and
he scallops around the bot
kirt are particularly smart
se scallops the little white
plainly. These pretty
white buckskin and have
button tops.
rt Evening Gowns.
the most gorgeous of bro
ded with gold and silver
In flowers of wool or silk
ke up the most handsome
gowns. But beaded net it
'ith tW'oftening note of old
shoulders.


er r'..T4. . Price comlOte 0ut4t(U A?
Here are a couiile of hints f1'iv 'tA*- 'as to install
,ir'l whose drce. allowance hi:.. Motors for Large Boats-Small Boat
V,'httoa id .hies which are too ..., Boa
oil to woar aind which are sill cf ,, tt 7on lth" 'S t g ou oetalto laut week writ
good shape imay ib rencve d for even. l ,mer eI h tve et lnotemrin
ing wear by painting them with gold ,o or ,in 1, 2 l nd s .la oinrer, sizes from to
;i)l::t. Do this carefullly and s;;oot'!ly And thatOr Motor. o absolutely. naran.
ant.d t'.o shoeu. will look like now. '4 to,din very lettidl-youtliake no chance whoe
III 44041 4 1 V .UI .4 t 1< .14 MIoldecide 0 a Crayl.
in soe l ct s b ev. .ie tro.td Therehi are ma mny ray Motors In Florida today
'il'.peors inmay be successfully trcatud i aivini, perteoat dA01tion-
il this way.
White ldd shoes may alao be dyed Iti 2 Ho* 'l*p* Thr
4 fa4t blac;0 by applying the folior l ln
ing mixture to them: Five ceit; th.'r .
4orth f' gfalic acid and live cent-,' 3 piteout l 505
,'iorth of sulphate of iron. 18.OO
tiut the sulphate of Iron in just as I
iuch water a .; i :"'4...4 c4 40to di;33so'v' *
it, no more, andl apply this to the
shoes. Let it dry, then dissolve the
gallic acid iln a very litlo bater annd
Supply this. Whon dry th:,s, 1.4h outl.1i PIlll0 '
h1 a1 good blackk color. C ri"- t caC '1o l \ iI' t i o of ;tin '.llir 'r ;.'l .4,11 ',,
m ;inist be take: in u;i44g th"se chcme '- .,i'., "11 4O hr l'i 'lr '4 ' '.:' .'l',', ,'111
1cal, and after they he aveIe bee4 u.:ed (4,t' 4'' l 'It'.i -l' ''I ,' ".' ,! "' 1 1 I
;tho Esurilusa quantity should be thrown 1111Fl t I l 4 '4l,, -1' '. '' ", '' ... '
i-w ay. I ltr I llllep' |,i|in:. h' r in .\ ; .,,
Sot, 'l> (aniv [r c l:iiia l tlls :lnl ll V, llwar
r'or the W ee One. .i. ov. is11 il-1 l it. i.,4 i. .''
During the inter inlnithn 1 va'nrm 4iin. ''i w 'l, itllih rl ii ' ill '. 4U
rapperippr to1 ) ;,11, over the baby whOiu a 1e I.hv. tl It,1 0 d4i4y 1" April 1912. Il'>tw ivtl
l, being tg W c. fro m4 one roOl: to 4l- tiht, l f 'l (l;': 4 4i4,,f Cl, irt1i.' n;,. I'fI
(ether I s I ne..-!lty. A vcr'y rc ,tty Mnnil, i (t),lnt. v. l ,. i i- ,. ofui,
-no niny be ntr.ade of ntuns v~ iling i ,.. ,..ilib. |)iltl, t 4 it,4 .ci>,. i r.
pink or bl4o, with aln und','rilnng of estate.
thin wadding and batiste. Theo dainty I iltthet f ,i.. .' .'0 V ;, l ,, n .......4 ,
Settle garment night be eo.:b;'oldered of Monroe nui Is iartictdl 1'l. ilc.serilbod
cr scallop' d rcu- .ad the eclgt e- id w would :1, i lil' J11 l4 i ,osrt, l -4.'"r Il '., i t i I,,d
,'rovo Lt J pre t. lireoL rent lor b;.b', and 1' '' ,44'",'.n ll i 1 mtv : 4,'l 4i4ll4 h ,,
-:Iz o 0 most vseful ono. 1 '" l q v,, N (;l 4 S |. 4ith4
t,7"e wrapper should be I4'47,a10 enough ri'i 1 ),;oT.lt
slip on cailly, for nuuthi.g jars a u uciing oil the wattrr or tlhe
child's nerves more than to be forced (aillof 41l-x.. i' running on Rction0
into a coat that la too small, and if the 1n, ,-14 Iding qo a.*i hI '\ ..' .1 .
t ,rap takes tho form of cape it is Section 81xRlange Forly In Tiown'hi l,
equally nece i,ary that it beo large ixy 1. 4..... m ,.,, . t so--v
,enough to envelop the little form when., i "' ""i41 ,44 'iv 7' ;;1 1
.: in this case, warmth la the object ''"'1 1 pio (." 444
to be secured. I sixi'orlvThir -11ili hit 'r'4 l :intl twn-
I '. (1 320) feeoot; I oI'-I iti ri' lt
Da!nty Lace CaOn. 4ngo,,I e thereto lii nt Ss>11. "1.
., Lace caplzs ii:' n:uch in ver.gUo for an llr''' Fl r th(440) foti I I', 1 ti t ilr,"'
yoAtg girls. It takes the :dalnty colf. < x ,.4:) l %i .(,) ,t, .' ,. il
f.ure of the maid to 'lrodtlc. ',;o proper Feie '\ 1'. ul-
o.fect when t!ie caps ar:e 1,oln, an-i tl ( ,, i :.,.|i I' ltchr
)'its of vanity are har .1iy I 1 1,4'!ta!. foi (',>4,i .-, n '-
ycr -', on of yea:il' A.! -''"c of :%I1 h', la '.I llt1411 11rrl.4 i
.'c .'lns ulltill .'j \ In the I'm r,:.,;i ';1 i'", '4" ii4il. or h 4' liili It.. '- .'- 1'.'
S-,f the clps, theo Iltter b :u1',; s !4, --- - -
ti slrable for thc2.ter wc-ar. 't wy '';4-,
'tcn finished with sprays of tiry pl:.i nii, ,.itw y-'.* ,. '
bt,, a. d ft clos'y cv e A r + 11 l'u' 4
, O r01 i. t watt.' i :, ,'
D, iousea V/ith 311k S11^a. 3 PAINSP I P!qV VtiMA v
e Iand tucked tale blouses are we"- Ma1 .t '111 ',' |
a ..i ti lh k sults. They are made o*' IPrive D.1. 0 11 ton,., Vvr,.
::nmplo, trimmed only with tullao r c |t-il In ''ctO ;
)aot3 or pllases. j


WIAT USERS SAYTs
Roush44ro.. F la. rii 12. 1944.
GIraill 44torCo.
I I ava )w" using (In* ('t44444 r P. rog*abs tor
b't444 44144 4.44t114.4 444'4 not4 4 ad 4140dolt's about
tho bast work arumud l4,r..

era oy 1o44r 3-... 44"14-iti. ittli.
'44,14.I 4i w) to t'.'i4.hle Mnot or a% 4416Worth
than my a LtI. V. (4rmy.
V',u rs itcrtruly. Foist LADAM.
i to huotdlr&4' )1 1.44tere milart 4u444* bovo in ot Also,
A Pustall trWngI tb Big CataogSO.
GRAY MOTOR CO.
UI. S. blotore Wlt., DITIROIT, MICH.
Also4Compl4~eteLine V S5tation044 arySsletse.


4;6


Ride Sanely and
You'll Ride Alwaya
AVOID the absurd mannerisms
a that once discredited cycling as
i recreation. Sit up. Hold your head
out of the dust. @rip the handles,
keeping your arms apart and your
'ungs open. Throw shoulders back
with back bone straight, thus giving
heart and stomach plenty of room.
Ride at a reasonable
;peed and for a reason-
ible distance. The
IVER JOHNSON


n our opinion is mechan-
cally perfect. Its trust
rame means easy riding,
safety ande long life,
2eme in and try it.
W. F. BAILEY
P.:ONE .602 4?: GREENt1 ST


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THE KEY WEST MORNING


PAGE SIX~


OFFICIAL, CITY PAPER


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THE KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912


--' mifEiE=.12 WE DELIVE

l PAINT UP j-(' ii




Ij1 v o paint, your slorIi e or ht', yWe hv just rece i full



... t........ .. .......... . JO H N L O W E JR SO,.
S '"h I"ll-l road "'ch ratl: .? ard, ,r.





"asll al'Ol:'1,1 1 e havw ulst rlevsd a full go v




John ti il nIIIi >t.ll l w.10 s wilvil assortmi ent of, ,
clu p int to ptit yoIlr K.torl.,oo' y ll II
Ore de t, r |>riLoiteri' kt ,,





Eugene R. Albury We c2fn tit you regardless.
-A FEW BAi: N D STII.T ome and Sec ThDS

CURR Y PH ARM
r, )III ,t l,", c,, ry.,. wlo JOHN LOW E, JR. S\; 'A




have't 1,l .1 nin y l ,itii',rtt ,y'


-"'.N


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RIA
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NGLE BAG


(kt' hino with
It S ir y u 41
1,1:1A ot, ow. Imild-
W - I i -,., t I I v that i I
v () i t ii slimil Clilivs.
,Itr
1 0 tip
1),
t I i: v I HU 1,, Okd0l' V011

NS


THE PORTER-ALLEN CO.
INSURANCE ..... -. *ISURAN(E

OFFICE OVER THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
TELP2IPHONE NO. 1
In selecting an Inbm:'.ance a rtr,, v l. it e t.)3 H:-,,
whotc record and strenazt' garaixvee the liberA! Iul.
htl.irrent of all its ,hiati!;ns.
Our success is the reward of
merit and the result of nearly twen-
ty years honorable dealing with
our jatrona.


WHY -TAKE CHANCES


Tule'liolioe 2-"I(


Is Ou Service Satisfiacorj 'You?

If Niot we want to Take It So,.

We want to1 know how our
patrons feel towards us. We are
earne9ly drivi'ngr to, pas'Ie you.
Ou,,r drivers are In ructd to give


ufl- weight hi Alist-- ftl
~ Gr~ I~ ilS tr. WI~d1-1,? ox -' .h at SC r'v c-s Y O U f i k o o 9
ho knows thiO ha 12"I n hon.


j mxou, Ihi1y roy n~I- 'A~

Comfpally,


DrRI W. 0. K e aiP, -- WW=R
VETERIN~ARIAN Ladies At entioa! I Ladie~s.
01&ll ~stL .PI, .hAm5 18 T he New Season `Re~iuir,,-s%
*er I til 1) -- .9ve V(Mrn Moy -11111 11 WO 1. 1 uh~t ~I t year fap


veterinalrittu mr to tii. tI U '3.
Civalry. dr~w-] QttJ.'dtLhJi k t' 3 A o t '1 alol ii3 vied,

NA D E LIKZ H E W

BAB Y C APS POE 72 ERE OSSE rRE
S-O11lf the (If110uhintlo'. Yo GE REOU.;S F.
ha~ve, tyvt' .90C13 X111iwil PH NE77 "Y rAILOR" 431 FRONT SRT
1Pdir'W 'jl~lt(I with 010111. - ~ '
O2DISPL6AY.wvc 1 '
OK DISPLAY uid tf'tcd7Sdare lo Ihave The Xkay
Aud cor ially I;'It .ivi m utto v1sitA
mir .trure '1111 '411 lr 3 III' cI
Mlat thoycaru.

J ake's ~ ~ r

Trading l1t~h~tO'

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au. a A THOilASON
*.DE TALSURGEO' ,
Phoue 3534,
Cor. 'imonlon uond in rol
KEY WEST HLA


Why



There are many reasons
why no other name de-.
scribes them. For years
people have paid fifty
cents or more for hosiery
that wore out in a day


or a week.


, Now, 'for twenty-five
cents (four pairs in a box
for a dollar) they get a,
stocking equally
as sightly, that"
.vjears four months
and longer with-
out darning in
heel, toe or sole.


How Mo a~lY



Ladies! L.Uc?. r/ :. inty
feet alv',ys xiY, x'the
X-Ray Fra .;.i ...'):le
in tb~hC'ir C &i. or
upon thr,-b -.' m

holes In -u UL

in hw!o y



dV'dfor Ifa you
I1'C5* Y made..


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Pon "IPa-T T!111


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TNE BEST ISNONE TOO 690~D

HERf ARi SOME FR ;SX UG-0015

I'll l Ai hiWICie% 11 Ch(Si.



liortIvi: s C ('c erise 1 Coll e



WNN hite Rsu1fcber A


2,20 Duval Stra.~t


LARKINS


PLAHE OF BUSINESS IS ON
THE COBIER OF SOflr11t

EATON STREET.,


,ELEPHORE 219 FOR YOUR
ELECTRICAL WANTS

LARKINS1



V.


BLANCHE P:IC ERT
One of the dai ti ft lit'
ladies on tlhe Ame'f-
can Stage ,


Insit oni vour "rnoor giving you
Cabrerf's eteflop It ia mwle in t0o

radies and i' i, ep ,e-d. 11 d ir. und by
an expert. 30 4:d 3 8o per poutd. 9 tf


OFFICIAL CITY PAPER


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Honue Wagner.
.343; reports 1912 to Providence, In-
ternational league.
Kitty League-Hart, Fulton, .360;
reports 1912 to Phll'i.iolphila, National
league.
National League Wagner, Pitts-
burg, .331; reports 1912 to Pittsburg,
National league.
Nebraska State Lcague-Coyle, Su-
pericr, .354; report; 112 to Omaha.
Western league.
Newv Yo,'k 1StCiti. Leaguo-Schlafly,
Troy, .324; reports 1ii2 to Jersey
City, International league.
Norlthwestern t.l-a..u,---Bucs, Seattle,
.385; reports 1912 to Now York, Na.
tonal league.
Ohio Slato I.o:'gue-Blue, Pilua,
.3,1; reports 1912 to Piqua, Ohio State
League.
Pacific Coast League-Hoetmuller,
Los Angeles, .343; reports 1912 to Los
Angoles, Pacific Coast league.
Southern Michigan League-Con.
nors, Jackson, .377; reports 1912 to
Jackson, Southern Michigan league.
Texas-Oklahoma League Naylor,
Wichita Falls, .358; reports 1012 to
VWlchita Falls, Texas-Oklahoma league.
Three I League-Johnson, Decator,
.320; reports 1912 to New York, Na-,
tional league.
Tristate League-Cockerell, Read-






'.j


Ty C;bb.
!'g, .309; reports 1912 to Rcading,Trl-
.tate league.
Virinla League-Block,* Nolfolk,
.330; reports 1912 to St. Laouli, Na-
tianal league.
To Seek Motorboat Trophy.
English reports indicate that Britlish
owners will challenge, merIca for the
Harmsworth mo trophy agait
this *ummer. '" .W ... -


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PAGE TlIRE

MANY STAR BATTERS


Where Star Sluggers of 1911
Wil Rcport This Year.

Scvcrrml c" l.: ad Hi'tin: Players In
lIhnors I.!ave Bcc, Drafted by Na-
tlon:d: and American League
Clubo-Few Unnoticed.
VFolv.iv,i; is a lih.-t of the bebt bat.-
tors IIIn theI' bl:'.o., the 191.1 chaIm-
Iloi:; 'I lo 1912; (!1 tihn"ltU.on.l as well
hic' i{, i i .r .id i., l( .!iin
S ;C .r;p l.t:'.;,( 2... "'2ilth, Nashvlle,l
i !'ratl, -tl a;2'f :te'y, tied, :."! j;
..l o r'l )!.i, 1.) 0 :'oklyn and Pratt
0 tit. Loulls.
,in l'i"l'2ll Aisochlationi -- Cravath,
,ln a;1olhl;2, .2.'r; It 201ports to Philadc l-
I 3i:' N 11 on.a 1 II:.I i ,
.\iK i 2(.:i1i I. 1;-gliI'-C- )hl, h Detroit,
4'. u; nL'COrt' o 10 I-Jtrolt, American
Al)'1,I'h;nili I..Lcag'io -- Tlirasher,
v.; : :r.1l, 1 r ; r..'-Uort.- 19!2 to Clove-
hiuo U CIe 'v.-; t1l .ig e- l'i.yer, I'arhl,
.3152; ru; 11i2- i' lo AIIl ;II t, So lt2 1 .
rn lon'.lh.
Carol!!:.i .\ V .oiLtill.n-W offord, Char-
C.;toe, ("1'rolina ''. "*:'c1 1tto'l.
C'er.lri l .'11 -..1 : iml-Il-Holy Cr'..;!,
.;',.cv iitl :o, .:221; ; ; rcport.i 1912- to C li.
c a ; o, Anierieni ll ,agieo.
Ce':tral L,.;i. e-Conno'lly, Terrm
iI:. n, .:(;(i'; re: (,.1.s 1912 to Terre
Ih;U,,K\ C,.'P.;'2 | h(a-' e,
12'j111t1 i1ii l.1.6guo l ossback,
l [; :rl'. r(l, .2..'1,; 2 j'ijrf.'i 1912 t,) i :rt.-
il'.l, CcII 1'c'li1C ll eaglel.
C-ltou i.t,;u .,'1l4 te- --32l2'1l1, l l.'it-
h, l.!)ur;, ",4 1; r, )ortsi IS 1 : ti l t ltatti s.
i .r t C, Cotton L i St1 lt ;'e. e
].astern Lez;i., ---li riy, IP'tovidence,


MAGNIFV IU fy ppa!,TTS~

F'irs l I1,,1 '. 11I 'i rL 'I, II 11l y 13 1.


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REUiABLE "~~FOR YOUR BOAT-:--'
There are IIllny O(I'II2 'd r3Ir' Flori da s 11to1. '.'1rIl 1)14i..IItng2(TAX "
d..kVgl,-ihog l'.tfc~t Lti-tatr,1C11I. 'ire bcki (( up11)by i, f C'. 11111 M itm-,r
'We laset to tuld your 1111ioto to heI c Itof lb.12 .A teFtlrato tI'14c101 .111 141 Irot
satisfied (JRA1Y o0 1,4.11]n y.112 itc1. gelt our big1.51,1112(2 .-'52,11 1r it Is I1:'


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THE KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1912


OFFICIAL CITY PAPER


.:-TlHE KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL-:-
01fcial Viper 0M TheCityv Of KeWvv



N I'


;%ress s .\, t. iifo, No -%v York City.

,',Shoes


Y 1~ t Il')i it ''I ) i \\ t~i iii I : .

SPECIALL :i2IICGL


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to tlt'i' '



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LATEST 1RKE .WORFT
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LOIAL WEATHER REPORT
U. S. Depa iirtlmenlt ofI A linen ru-,
%V~h Bureau.
26, 10r 912.


7. a.in.
I i:ro ite.fr- -. .. -21),'
T iiiperttifte. ..- .- 74
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I Ii.,'le,-:t te'nl ert:it Ire- ............
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TODAY AT W0OLFSON'S'


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mI' YIt- acod ls.


Geo


S. Waite


92 and 4CDt'ival Street
Clothing, Hats, Shoes
& Furnishings

Notice to the Stockholders of
William Curry:'S 'iCo, :
Nutice .s hereby given that the an-
imal imetingr o tho Stolckholdors of
iwt W million ('rry's So s t('o. will li1
hIIhl it thl, liv,.is o)f th I (.'1o 1pallly iI
Kry \'l 'l.t l'l rnida, 'l'hl I Isdl;y, MI r lt>h
7th )12. It 1( ( l 'k : nI fo11 h(1I
,lii i _; yr, r, :;w d ll;, t 1':tI I 'ti l;,t ) any
oth''. i ilw il '-< tha 1t lll:y lc"I: ly l, otin t'
(.Siginl))
t.-t M ilt,)l W \\" lIrry.
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The


WOLFSON'S


Store


Of


STORE



Fashion


Will be th,:own open to the Bargain
Key Wes.


Opening


Lovers


of


Day


Saturday was the Opening Day of Wolfson's
big ten days Anniversary Sale, and never before in
the history of Key West has one store sold so many
goods in one day. It was a record breaking sale for
Key West merchants.


REASON


WHY


Wolfson's Big ten days Anniversary Sale
trading such attention, and any one of the
hundreds who went to Wolfson's ye erday
stands that reason why.

Y1 'N %


tUU


is at.
many
under-
OI, .]


Is trces .


in half, and his mammoth stock of Men's
Women's and Children's shoes have been ,9
cut below all that could have been )
0 -1


.... . expected.
.. . ',: .%lm aia, l l.,. h-i,
S', a' .. TRUSTEE'6 SALE OF REAL STE TE
/ . .- 'I- .- ..... ............ -- i. N ii'' i- li.. ll. ,'i t l > ll.. 1111-
7 I r. 4i sh ") .t. ifid e ,(,,,'I~ i,,, ,' I I h ,r Ih I t. \ N' ,i h- 1:it I I, I d i
I [ ii }i ti(!i.,- .(. I. ).1 1 ;1,1 ]. -tl.' iI. I I. | i i I-, l i;U Sl I r I :U I. \ ill s 11 :- I i (l,1li. 'I
Lowt ,ile..... .1., 21. 1 p ,n h h Il bi ,l ,N:I'm ly i ll" I'll V ly d'
H. 1 1 I ,li, N iiri.h \. h. 1:112, ii Iroliilt f Llt I i
Lonil ]"oreciistr ,if* I td' I l i tt ,10 11 m 1
\ holrse ,, s, .al ; nl tl divhled o|lc half,
Uelmon- t. It isti iiits ldld io h follow: iI Ies
eribwd rtli al e tall lyin al l I t ill in
"I" ii (. .it4ls' ""I """ A i'tito If it is shoes yo
SI--IIll th ) 'OI. l ( )1". k 11- s v r iIl k II St: U*' of
B e j Ttde D elm onico R estnsrant l l, thr I.i:,.,ll,, (1,,,,,y,,Vo,,o ,.:
S' Opp. Finot ati.no aank. oi o Wil., A, \\lhitLe1Iv.0 s u p d Bin)d i I,fit-
SPANIS AMERICAN cdil'l1y khs2n,wasn 1 l)rt l' i as what you wai
(l I (; wit better luown ; th-division
Meals at All Hours sixtu, ll ,of ,John l ,O,'s diiagrami
S Private Dftr g Room. Ev.try- I Tl'-rii .XI (,;) ,rill Ion o low prices. His e
C nts thiag in Season, 1'. I ) i I I t 01ir r *i*it in i*s.t
Il *l ----- IIIIA^-1 -- I!1* ^ ,,,,,, ,li-,i tcrmts a:nl ,ittiongF tht.n
s It ,t eg II lltuinl tII sixtieu (1i1k nlg vr it)o n
feet.L: tlillf at right, aglers in ,f t.tE'y T H E ALTAR
MERCIAL RESTAURANT 'rigal_ Iv"" Ii,' X"'Ii".yUl"u",1i" TE1 A LTAR
,red aln sixtuen (Hi;) feet; thlilce iat
r, ,, rili ag,,ls ,S, t.WAY ll,-etlui> O p o t n t n
OSITE CITY HALL i ,f.ty,- fl to tie ,;,it ofl ti,,1,,,. Opportunity, n
,Terms, of sae ooor in all the city.
to deed, OSale h to it tillortgagei i
Key West to oiring your Ianllyfoito y good f43,-20.)aa nd : Netire th rost. Sales
rvo you lin the hbi style possible. N ol li Mal'i
er'eylol a tl. yl h. "r' ..st o ity, look about you


N', 1!1i:tN('I ANDI 'ALIAN (Ou INi ,"
Is 40c, and served at all hours. =
illum- 1lll m IIIn


Florida East ,Coast Railway
Diirtures from Key. West
KQ.:3S: THiE KEY WEST EXPRESS: Daily. Leaves Key
West 11.) a.m. Arrives Miami 5:30 p. m. Jack-
sonville 9'10 a. m. the next morning. Parlor Car
and Day Coaches.
NO. 88: TIE OVERSEA LIMITED: Daily except Sunday.
Leaves Key West 5:00 r. m. Composed ot all Pull-
man cars. Through cars for New York via the A. C.
L. New York and Florida Special and the S. A. L.
Floiiia Limite and Local sleeping cars for Miami,
I'alm Beach Ltn I Jacksonville.
o0r Local Time Card, Sse The ITiket Agen6t
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NOTIl c
Order for Publication., In Circulit
'Court, Stito lof Florida.
Fraskces A. Brown, Comiplanluatt.
vs.
Mary C: Neal et al, Defendant. t
ileventhi J udielal Circuit, IluChaunery.
It appearing by affidavit lTsed In the
above-stated c tied that Mary C, Neal,
oue of thle idefeuitlants therein named
Is a nouresilent of the State of Florida,
that she is a resident of Oxford, Miss.,
and that she Is over tho age of twenty-
one years; it Is therefore ordered that
said nonresident defendant be and she
is hereby required to appear to the bill
of complaint filed in said cause on or
before Monday. the 4th day of March,
A D. 1912. otherwise the rilegatlons ol
mid bill will be taken as confessed by
mid defendant.
It Is further ordered that btis order
be published once eaoh week for four
unmseeutive weeks Into The Key West
rournal, a newspaper published in said
County and State.
Thisl January 27tLh 1912.
(Seal) El. W. Ilusiell,
c. C *4t court:
W i. H. Malone, Jr.
il leltor for Teomp o .
AdMvar1 l Tbo JouTue1."


what you need---ai
make that visit to


L.


R. S.


426 I


ioes


- Shoes


u want then Wolfson
it and at unheard of
enormous stock is be-


OF LOW PRICES


ow knocks at


every


Grasp the opportun.
and make a note of
ad then tomorrow


Wolfson's Store


HOWARD PIANOS


AND PLAYER PIANOS
THE BEST PIANOS IN THE
WORLD FOR THE MONEY
OTUR CUSTOMERS ARR OUR BEST ADVERTISERS
J. L. TOWERS MUSIC HOUSE


Duval Srreet. .436kDuyaI St
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OFiCLCIYA'ETEKEWETMRIGOUNL TUSAFB3 27,P.23FV


PARK TRAMMELL


I t',Vf'I' AN


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Candidate For Governoi.


Candidate


For Governor


HON. W.V. H. MILTON





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A LETTER TO KEYAWESTO BUSINESS MEN
Mr. "Iusin3gs Mon:
You are in bIiness here, but you are not
in business for your health. Swapping dollar tqr collar does nor,
appeal to you, or if you are .oiiin to imako the success of your
business that you most probably have a right to expect that you
will make of it, it should not avpeal t, you.
You naturally want to buy vour goods lr tihe smallest
amount of money th; twill buy them, and soil them for the
greatest amount they will brint That desire is a purely legit-
imnate one.
The time once was when a mtan sold goo:ls to only the tridle
that naturally came his way. That (lay has passed and lihe now
sells to the trade he "goes after", so to speak. In other words,
a man cannot sit down and wait for trade to come to him, but he
must get out and get it, or his competitor will,
There is one thing certain-it you are going to (1do the treat.
eat amount of business possible, you are going to have to advert
tise that business through hil columns of some reliable news-
paper. Now, you want to do that advertising judiciously. antd
not simply place so much "space" and let it go at thtt. You
want to choose the newspaper that will do you the greatest
amount ot good atthe least possible cost to yourself.
The i(v ,Went .Mrnla*ft ywny l. loonI l)a x.
in the city, and natUtally the e *'i rldethbe flows 65
the o ity acd of the outside world to the homes of Key West
early in the day. The people of the city appreciate the effort
this newspaper is making to give the city a good morn-ing paper.
How do we know they appreciate our efforts, and how do we
know the Ipeople of the city are taking an interest in the paper'!
This is how wo know: The people of the city are expressing,,
themselves as being very much pleased with the stand wu take
on all matters and with the paper we are giving them. T'hen
there is another way we know we are meeting the pp)liroval of
the people of the city:-Our subscription list is growing vert
rapidly, and within the course of 60 or 90 days, at the present
rate, we will have as large a circulation as any newspaper in thliu
city. TWENTY ONE NEW SUISCI'IBERS WE1tE AD-
DIED) TO TIE' LIST SATURDAY MORNING. Every day
new ones are being added, and we aire goint t, show our appre-
ciation of our increased patronage by giving tihe city tea very
best paper it is possible for us to -et out,
We want your advertising patronage, aud we will g.iva
you the best service at the least pa'siile cost. Our advertising
manager will come to your place of business mul help you pre-
pare copy that will pull business. Ila has had the experience
and he knows how to prepare copy that is worth sonmethlimg to
you, Telephone The .IMorning Journal office and Mr. Willis will
come right out end help you with your advertising copy.
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C1ndika: o

Commission o' oi Agriculture

A PLAIN FARA E R. Whose Motto Is

Runn*ii 'or fN -I ; i y, and

Will Stay On Tlhat Job

IF ELECTED_




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To tih DlinoCeral' Voters ul
Muurou Coutnty.
I hereby anluotiueO Ily atnilld:iiey for
nomination at the next Primary elec-
tion for the position or Clerk of the
UCircuit court of Monroe County, which
position I now hold.
The duties a 'd responsibilities of
this office are such that It requires ox-
perlence iq well as ability.
Before aspiring to this office, 1I ser-
ved my apprentlcesilp under a former
elerk.
For my ability to perform the d titles
of this responsible position, I refer you
to any lawyer that has ever practiced
before the Circuit Court of Monroe
County or to any County Commissioner
holding office tlturluig my term.
1 respectfully solicit your support,
Eugene W. Russell.



Far Member of Board of Public In-
gtrudtlon
(Sacond District)
Capt. J. L. Watrous
r
Fur Memner of Board of Public
Inftrudlon
(Third District)
George Robinson


POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

For Member House Of Representative
John M. Warren
For Representative ,
Peter T. Knight.

For Superintendent Public Instruction
Dr. C. F. Kemp. 1.3

For memberr Schoo! Board of Publ:c
Ingtruetuio
(lat District)
Geo. S. Waite
For Member of Board of Public jIn-
dtruction 3rd Diitrild
Francisco Fleitas.
FOR NUIVEIiINn'IDi.NT OF I'VBLI(C
I NSTIU'rTION
Virrll S. Lowe
FOR MEMlIEI 01,' O OA.ID OF tIlUlll
INSTRUCTION
(First Distriot)
Win. R. Warren
FOR MEMBEIIR OF BOARD OF PUBLIC
INTRLnCTION -*
(Third Dimtriot)
Cbas. R. 'isrcee


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A LIVING FROM POULTRY
FiR CLERK C Ml UIT CJURT PHILO SYSTEM %I: -1FAmous 50-egg
I will be toandidate for tbhn office of Cycle Hatcher; $6.60. Brooder Hatob'-
Clerk of the Ciretti Court o4 the Prl- er; $8.60. Austiqs Pyrotone, death to
mary to b held on April 20, and so- lie and mites $1.210 per bottle. Pbito
lilt your support. If eoletied, I will Jyiteinm books, oe; poultry supplies
ezerlvtA fdutlA t salid 'ffio* with ndt loe for hook "Making Poultr.
rlditto allooaoerned. Pay" Cyole H toher Oo., Jaoksonvilld,
-11, 110411e L. Albury. Fl., I* -.


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CLAUDE L'ENGLE
Edi.tor of DIXIE and THZ SUN

Candidate fo:

Congressmafi-at-Large
Primaries 1912

He has fought for the People's rights for six
year. He will continue this sam, tight in the samn.
c rce ul way in Congress. .L. .:. .
VOVE FOR L'ENGLE
and for your cholo for Diatrl-t Congrein:ma too.
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OFFICIAL CITY PA-)ER


THE KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL


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P.ACE SEVEN


Key


RealEstate


A Gilt Edge
-J -.'..1.- ^ ^*t'..U^^ *l^* ^ ^ r***


We aav the Most Desirable Prop rty
M... .. ..... .. -- ..p y I i


Investment


at the Most Desirable Price


Business Lots Right in the business ditridt that will
Bl L double in value in a short time


Rsien L The choice in any part of the
L os" city prices at that appear



Fruit Lands We have some of the fined
SLaon the Florida Keys


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Here Are Only aFew of Our Geat Bargains


-AAM


This ProperlI Earn, Mole
Six Houses and large lot.
facing tCbee streets, Catherine,
Grinnell and Packer. Now
earning weekly rental of $15.00
Price ...............--------.... $5,500
Paying Duval Realty
Five houses and a large lot.
corner Du",al and Division tas,
rents for $21.00 a week. Two
of toe bonues are two story
Price..........-----------........$10,000
Front Street Bargains
Building and lot at the cot*
*er Front an I Aunn streets.
formerly occupied by Allen E.
Curry, Commission Merchant.
Size of lot, 63x113. rants for
$40 a mouth. price. .... $6,00
liuIal Business t
Fine ouesiness aots on Duvl
street. between Angela and Pe'
tronia, on the shady side of the
street. Size of lot, 40x103,
price $7,500, or will sell lot
45x200 feet with a large build
ing, this is certainly a bargain
for-----.........------------$11,000


A Deslrable Home
Comfortable home on Duval
street between Perronia and
Olivia, size of lot 47.4:113
This lot is several feet above
the street making it especially
desirable, A real sna at--.. $3,500
Ho BGoes This Strke You
Two story dwelling, a fine
home on Durval street between
Catherine and United, size of
lot 38x52, good cistern, price, $2.000
how do these prices strike
you? Three lo's in Tract 28
and 21' on Johnson near White
your choice-----............---------... $400
tiHere's a good investment. 5
lots on Division noir White
street, size of lots 50x000.
Price each........-----------.$2,000
Fruit Lands


III acre tract of land on
Key Large suitable tor growing
citrus fruits. W01 sell at once.
per arcre---................--------..
One 40 acre tract of land on
No Name Kov highest land on
the coast will sell for.-......


$800


The Biggest Snap Yet
One tract of land on Sugar
Loaf Key contains 125 acres,
2646 feet of white s nd beach,
aboat 800 oearinir cocasnut
trees. This is a genuine snap,
price.--.............-----......---- $1,400
Another oo'd investment. 1
lot on Amelia street netr Eminma
50x80. The government will ,
purchase teis land in the near
future, price-.......------.----........ $600
One lot on Howe street, will
make four small oues, fronting
on Louisa, Howe and Cather-
ine streets. The government
must purchase this laad if they
close Louisa street. Price '
sold at once----.-------.............. 2,000
A Busy Oornor
We have for sale a lot on
the earner of Duval and Front
streets. 117 ft on Duval and 83
1 2 it ou Front street. Splendid
business site. Thousands of
people pass thlis corner as it is
directly in the path of the city's
I big business, pric a cn application.


A Confodrtable H
On Caroline street lotween
3irronton and Elizabeth. Size
of lot 64 1-2x106. If sold at
once the price will be ....... $3,150
One lot corner Catherine
and varella street, 157xil0,
will make four lots, price.... $2.500
Two houses and lot now
rent for $3 per week on South'
ard street between Thomas and
Emma, size of lot 50x100,
price-------...-..-----.----............... $1,100
SomeOiheap Lots
Lot 8, sq. 4, tract 20, Mon,
roe Investment Comnpany's sub
division, price--------.----........... 450
Lot 9, sq. 4, tract 20, Mon-
roe Investment Company's sub
division, price------------........... $350
Lot 10, 8s. 4, tiact 20, Mon
roe Icvestment Company'as sub
division, price------------............ $306
Fine lot on Washington.,%
near White, size 44 1-2x112,
price ...............-------.--..... $(i000
One lot 100 teet square, op-
posite Ituy Lopez Cigar ficto.
ry- Will sell for..--........ $1,')


If You Intend to purchase a piece of property here, you are making it cost
more every day you postpone the purchase, see us at once.


Curtis


Real


Estate


Agency


'319 Duval


Telephone559'r


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Na- mombobammoo -I-


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THE JLEW WES' AIJXNIT,4G JOT~l N A


OFFICIAL CITY PAPER


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THE KEY WEST MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912
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SPRING STYLES


ELECTRIC


OFFICIAL CITY PAPER
.. .. L. m It I IIMono -%l


SIGNS


sl~ive);liiimit ) Hin 1 i i' ;. 'I; Ir

The Io Iof v..L.D ulg- vjShoes


-THE AVAL 1 E. Trtin No. 37, which arrived two
hours au nI a half' late last night, had
Jnder. 11 It'> C a] the T. ie. .ot 0 single passe'noer for bTa .s,
This is unusual. The Olivette was
J, LEIBOVIT 128 DUVAL SMiRELT hold for the train's arrival, however,,
WI because it had sonime barrels of perish.
Sable food stuffta coisigtiLd to a Havana

Sf" If. P. Camip, ta iominent real es'
S. ta te m to of Watulihti I onp,, Lca oo
St V'Q i 'on No. 37 "ast "ight.-..' ut uup
P .A a, -1 ti at the Jefe.or. H Ile was one taose
1 who shared in the Watshi ais's
Birthday festivities a! 1t e 0n1
S k IPo i i J S i11. alm i uacl. Mr. Camp
" .. di'ted ia steadc' rise in value of
7 "},, M', : ." ,r --,ey West real estate,

SI Soutihern Asphalt anil IPav-ing
S' .a ,,. 0 anv, cortrtors for the street
J '! 'u I. .I. -i;Irovietiie t world. hire .rcconiparied
F YY I t rit' lll t'. ). ,M rs, .- ,' l.'oi... lnn*l, tlhu M issues A nnie
F 5Sinic Codellnd, John Coue*
S. j i ;.h' L ii Dl .a r. L tL orl Jlft ou tho
S 1 p- ... Tt:?I. l' I !.'(nttL iiist nilIht for TaIm f a whetio
.. ..1:.. wV n i r go to Kissinmee for -visit with
S Gec In :,..7 W c -; ; c: ," [ c' xti t rcktive's anld frrieludls,
graim Wl W 'h2 ,'IS Ct J Ie following were p!iassengers on
S hIo(' C ovtrnor Colil for iLiavanti v s'
i rday: J. S. Fox and wife, It. H,
I;' s hol e l i ior and wifl', (George E.
', .l':. j ., ;.\lran tuid ile, Thos, 11. Paxton,
S' i l wile. H. W allent, (. Call'
S'; ''l, L'' i,, Tbec" I ('k. and wife. G. F, Mover iand wife,
UJ.. Ab? L' bJ t 3, ,, r4 '., S. Cnss and wife, 11. P. loore, T'
..., A. P 'tt'l). J. 1), Brecker and wife,
S'as~,aw .. L. L. Hart tnd wi't, C. E. Brown
S -- -awl r vi if. Miss A. Remingiton. Mi.i
L, Tillotsou and (0 second class,
."A1 i;N (C4. H:. 1,'iI 1, 1. ..SANT
F one Forty." 27 tf
Key W est Construci0on Co. Te s b. inciiedot in from roor
SARWTCT. Aan BE 'it d PuntitI Rtussa Int nigot
;- ,, AK ._ jT. A]D BUfLjDERj .,t ,'iI the usual ctrvo of beef cattl,
from the latter port, and fruits and
p in-, iatoi.L'[ ll o d i stli, tei 4ll ar l iis i i ;t tl e s tse's venrablhies Irin other pIointI,
ot Buldiing :.n( Construtei "one hrty" 27 tf
319 Duval Street. Hellings Butidin7. Phone 92. 27
,i._. Tamipa and Mobille l dut hero tc,"
P l. POPOSAi,S ulorrow,
me I N a 11i> i'ruitL0tri il writtinF Iv II1 >ie' Jur a "TV 0 bb" of fpr
.. r,* u t- f '' t. .. m ul'Il, o$ O g ,'.aias
TUI oi> lt t. IIA' is uqIIhI Key i Ice),
T h e e , ;,; .l .-i .h o., t '.. . i ir.trt l .y !" O
Tho1 11110 ubilt snlr'g ( or Lhib 'rJ re wI aiH The libellantsio the eise o0 Alfred
01e A n r a1 ,ur loir a %,, (ld o wildw Atchison et al va the British S. S. d
Sole Agent tof r (ill.;, t:".y t'eet, tumi Marianne, completed their testimony c
S oi.riiig to I H4in munl se ilieitlultisa. yesterday It the United 'tates court i
h ps "T~km nA ,. iimi it.v itiy si.m.,,i exI ui itti 1at before Collector George W. All&* and
1 vlmSO'Loete.,vry ot. t'il's (hureh. .-nrt, ConiCn siouner Juliu Otto.
Thom s'n I vlnnd l'v m1 ,111,'tell s Kvy \\et, i
S l,,ik ItIi l fit i li th. sIi;hlt'iii ,1'i Mr. "T' Fo e Forty," if it's drugs. 27 If i
Glove Fitting m"" ''"" " "'oote. Fi'.e*
G ,..VeGF l.lling. All r..I 111.. 1.. .il......-th.d..to he lighlhouse Department wishes .


"11111141hig Collimillt.t. ol,
Ko Wvst Fivir I i itt
Too Vvtv,%. 11 Sol-k-ch the r1gl't to I-Ell-
J.-vt ..11.% mitt :111 hills.

Kull. Wvst Florldo.
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-- Diamonds & Watches


HOliday Wc ave now on
display specially

CLO Tse!cded bargains
4JLv1lLHE in Diamonds and
- I Watch-s. We have
Iv, ,hav ,.v o,, i y i,,,th in, suIit here for your in.
<1 sh'w I..
n,,,<..o ..,,n.,.a.,. 114,, ri, or 5, edtion the larg-
,ty .,i. est assortment of

Blue Serge fine stones in Flo
f rida .'. .' .

Suits SPecially seledt
that wont Ix o ,r, ,ko 1.i.u, s ,,,t ed Bargains A lli.
1 ator Purses, Hand
$11, 15, 18, ags, Key West
Souvenir articles,
28:50. Etc.
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The Diamond Palace
P. WEINBERG
Ph, bn 292t v' Stzle'


bitds lot G0 double grritu bars leor tihe
testler NMaurove. also a qunntitv of
muit z metal, cement, iron jApe and
bolts
New furniture arriving on every
boat boat. You will be surprised to
seo some of the really elegaut pieces
we havejust received. Call and let
us show them to' you. Key West
Furniitue Co, 70h) Duval street 5tt
Mr. ndl Mrs. Walter IH. Light and
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Munson and
Win. 'lavlor, Jr. left yesterday on the
Iiu ch MIrtle for a cruise through
lie keys. They expect to return
Btiu ard o
l"otine Forty." if it's a I restription.
27 tf
lillnr v V. Wlinlon is rontfied to
his bed will itli attak ot f ppe. dicilias.
But a "Ty Colib" straw hat for
$2,00 tt, A. Louls.and Son's D Miort.
nenut Sore. Duvi.l St. 25 t('
't lie best roflce on the niautket to-
day is Cuarerai'coflee. Two gradesi
30 uslitd 3c per poun.c. ')19 tI
Thle standard ol quality l. Coffee
is Celirera's coilee. It. .i. round by
nIn expert atd it thoe ,Ulh word it cot-
(liiee rlitv i t '" tf

NOTICE [F AFFLICATiON FOR PARDON Of
RICARDO MARTINEZ
Noti t. I he'r'y I.:Ivetl that I will
ipply o Itio(holiononilioe Ioir itofi'o'atdi
Siir Iu' tnttr o rilda, at Tallauaisee,
Iho. ('l|ill, for *t pardon for theo often-
'.W of .iil'ms In inid grand lahroony, for
whiilh I was otIiviuted lit the May,
|!,l Te'in oif the Crinihial Court of
It,, or.l of lotiroe county, IiFtrli'i.
t;.l In tu)plle:illtn iMill be inilp at tho
.\1 il 111ieling of the IHovrd of Pardon
I' : il t'in thlel'tenter as ooreonV lc t
hti pidl lioard. Ile.luirdo lartli( z,
K I v m't, t 1. 'Fll.,
I oh. 24t h I a112 2,2G.lOt


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The Gladiator. Capt. Malachi Bu'
I uel, arrived from Madeira lumlnmock
Sunday evening with 300 Ii, g, of
charcoal, and discharged it on Swec-
ueovs whalf.


The schooner Jack I Don'i
brought in a nice load ot claim
terday,
Miss Lillian l'ickert of tlie
Stok C(ompni'y, plaiyiuy, at (
lows IJaUl. was badly )jrned
at. her home on iWhitohead sl
the explosion of an alcohol lini
was dressed in a silk Itimono,
account of :this not Leinl hlii(
flnainable, she escaped with
slightlly burnil I. il.
"Ninte Four" Iranclh store.
tell "AIiss Cintral."
The Journal is in receipt
initial Iumilber of thlie Lrintna
)risi, (",. ,l. Shlepard is edill
W. Wialker, iiinoiatt vdito
E it'er)'ise is a credit to tIh I
little town, whose business hot
fairly wall relpresuo ti) ii it,, vc
It is it six piago isperl, ill laii
an l of n ea niakeup, ll. It is
well edited itnd should lie ihss
a long lite.
"1"ono Forty if you're
Ir.inugry.
The U. S., lug MNass ioit.
C. Brown, civii mttgiiuer ati lih
Sttiin ttnd some workmien on
1Ut0 \N .atCuiiAy Wor '['ortUt.ugn.
CGuarantoed Oa(hk Pedestal
siou Tables at bargain pricess
week only. A large liuu to
from. Beedy's.
These were passengers on t
vette for Havana last night;
ehlofl, Jostfa H, Gato, Joaqul-i
E. F. Kelley, E. w. Jewtt
Jewitt. w"n LarseA, Mr, an
Ufferboab.
"Phone Phortyn" or "nine
We deliver goods. quiek.

O1 B 70 yiaoj old, ,bs, died I
alRbt, iwas held from hkr Iat
787 Olivia stiret at 4 o'elook
day afternoon. BeoJanuio m |op
charge of the obsequiees. Buri
in the Oityr-eeetery,


Buy a "Ty Cobb"
$2.00at A, Louis and
nent Store, Duval St.


t Care,
Lm11 )5es-

Pickert
dg3d lFe-R U --
reet, by ....
aI lo W R



u t ing, consiging of a larger and beautiful as--
r sortmnent of spring and summer goods.

Sof tl -- ---- ----

1 Embroiderys & Lace

ses aie |
iurtw, i our emroidery and lace department we r'
N%.Vy, have a complete lina of flouncings and !I

Id with bandings to match, insertions, beed-
ings, edgings, all over yoking in
,,,,y silk, lace, and embroidery,
i2- td lace medalians, and many
other attradives trim-
with F. mings for the
e Navis sprin -g


1'4" SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Select
2,7 1w for this week we will place on our bargain
he 011. counter 350 yds. of 27 inch embroidery
a. L In flouncing which retails at from 50c to
, Mrs. 75c per yd. for only 26c a yd.
d MM, also one lot of 2000 yds. of Lace
'and Insertion to match
at Sc per ya.r4.
27 st
*., nope.. ;'i~
1,1II1 .-


yestef-
itti wag


traw hat for
SI's )Ipoirt,
25 d


In the oilse of Ramoa Garcia -is.
W. W'. Thompson to te-over $400
vh',h plaintiff claimtned wam owing W
Iu a boat ddh to deleeodont or t O,
he suin of $200 ws allowed in Judge
Bettiel's Court Saturday, 'Yesatrday
he ittiortiev or the dtelose tikutl
hat the verdict be et tsidle, 'T he
2ouik overruled the moticn.
"Nite Four," branch store. 'soUlmds
,ood el:' bo duo ou orders. 2i II
Tbese pasbeungeis waived from 'iuamuil
in the Olivette yesterday: Wit Lr'"
on. M.'"Houtou. J., h. w i ux,
Mr. Wileoxo J. (1, Helltimr, A. 1).
aurnes. W. M. Stearns, Mrs. k, MN.
Black, Frank Catts, P. J. Huress,
M. HI. C azen and 11 saecutid classs.
"Niue Four," if Forty's busy. 2T ti
We have a larger teek of xtes
iou Tl'liies than we :tVs floor spiacu
or. lusult. a reduction iu prices uu-
il the lia e cineki ilt normal size.
jor. Dtiision ard Girinnell. Reedy's.
27 liw
"Nine Four." we've got you, 27 ti
I'iy a a "TV Cob"' straw htt for
$2 00 at A. louis & Son's Depart.
mett btoro, Duval St. 25 tf


Buy 't "Ty Cobb" straw
$2.00 it A. Louis and Son's
meut Sore, Duval at. I


hat for
Depart-
25 tf


Thu Key West ornmne Co. 700
Duval street is hetilhuurturs now for
house luruishiul'. all .i anything in thus
line yoj need we will be ulad to show
you t"ld (lueuo )uu itistao, 29 tt
Auy i "TIy Cobb" straw hat for
$2.00 at A. Louis & San's Depart-
meat Store, Iival St 25 tf
A fine 1rade ul good's at prices that
are v itlhin tlt iu tath ol lll. We will
be pleased to .huivu vu drop in at
any time lm imuips' t ourtgoods. The
Key West F"uriiture Co. 700 Duval
street. 291tf
"Nine Foprt," brain oilh store, 27 tt


Are very reasonable both in price and also in ollcrt e i,
They are the sign posts which pojut the way to you.r-IL,
at night.
Let us give you an estimate on a sigu for )'yotl.'
DO IT NOW and have your store ready for the wi uhir
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The Key West Electri Co0

SALES DEPARTMENT


1 '. -"* .. *. -' .f .
amonllgt the InaIy and ptr iLlring gn.dl rpre oilv ad now a'
Sdlapla are the: M LVIN I'rlnited tlik, nnfd tli BAyous
S flowered silk, two beautlfull ffnitili of flowrtomil tnd tlilnty
striped silk dress goods io pink, llo, lavender, gray
and blackat 30o ptr yd. also a nie line of M stle- '
toe flowered u ntilst at. tl o per yd.
Onl ly y petoonIl visit will you be convliine or tio ttti otil
veness or tlei'to goods Ifow0 on (lidsln y



A. LOUIS & SON

SDEPARTMElT STORE




GOOD THINGS TO EAT

AT DUVAL R F.STAURANT
WV wis l lia in iit)iii)n thtlt woe ar )ot b ttr )trorelved than anuy other
Srosti utir I ititt I ,'K v We ,a4ti) oV 10 Ao',i Jti tiie thil'g y'voul t to eat,
I)r.p i, i Jtr( i j t n tint t Iihortest iizhtit h otlooe. W\Ve have a separate
apartment lI',r itintly i srFWi t'.
DUVAL RESTAURANT
I o'. (i roeore n I l't iv.i' S rte'ts.


ODD FELLOWS OPERA HOUSE'

PICKERT'S STOCK COMPANY

16 PEOPLE.
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