Group Title: Key West morning journal.
Title: The Key West morning journal
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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: January 21, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00136
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33273315
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'.. Last yeta 'ithe Morr.Ing Journal published a celebration oditiQh of
AL y two pQ s, ip honor of the first anniversary of the -railroad's
og 1o Key ',eI. Thut edition, we believe, did a great deal tc
.,rLiL Oe it A's commented' on by nearly all the papsi
Sif.he au.o, and 1 wa a edition of.which the management of this
i'fpaper wus not ashamed .
On next Otnday we will publish our sedoad anniversary edition, and
we 4hould lilke to mako it an 4dltibn REPRESENTATIVE OF T~HE
BUSINESS LIFE OF KEY. WES'BT As. to whether 'we do or not depends
nUirply on .the umehaiitt ite fusin-as men, and the manufacturing
enterprises of thil city. owe yourself and your city to be rep-
reseted in this edition; a e, tho(ild, like to have you with us in this.
It matters not AMett *coise in or not, the edition will be one
thb'eWill do ifc to I 7 West a little nior6 publicity of the
ritrht. kind; it v oA ill b1ng business to those 'who are rep-
raaenteI in I' 1 Ii tU4i this, it will be your loss, your

I\ If 'rp oe .aai el siveenouglt to place your shoulder
% the wneeaql tonqe~ t are',"byprting" 'Key West, then tele-
T 1oO us t>4yth sispace releyved4for you. We 'want
your co-op46ti0,ti l ut .'we don't' ned it any more than
yoQ. .ned4 tA.t o1 whi this edition next S

t at tional Bank, of it, published.
n;, 3er pat Of thil lilis Journal, show that I itutfion to be
in exce ent udition; in fact, the showing made is such that we feel
Ws0 iy Justlflfla n coo1 'iutifig, editortally, on It. Not the more fact
thit e bank has made n Afne show*i would call forth this little edt-
totialt but it 1# the atEnfica5.. i tbhat strikes Us ,4ull in the face, as
we note the extraordlny lara. aril&'t 'on deposit and the amount of
rnial cash which the ba {ij s on iV 0or on deposit 'with other simllan
I.,k tutions.
The statement, hows that the Fi .t National has deposits mounting
S$768,296. 'Tj'nk of it- more than three quarters of a million
'U1ars! You will also note that tba bank has in actual cash on hand
d on deposit with other bike, .2 A7,313, or more than a quarter of
million dollars. Key West it proud of her "million dollar bank"
r'.id this statement Droves contcluelvely that she has every reason to
bi proud. The officers ,td directors of the institution have cause to
orol proud of what thy, have accomplished. The First Nationa! Is
ari asset that is counting 4i4 in the ;development of the business lif
'. hoy West.
It is particularly a cause fur pr.Je, when we look over the Firs'
tonal'snals statement this .morning,..,an'4 then recall that within the !ast
0o int.Ihs or such a 'matter, tiwoof thb largest banks in one of ouri
0itcr cities in this State have. had to close their duoi.. 13usiness con.
tr ,ioa inlmust take on a brighter loolc---they cannot help but grow
Awtter as the days go by. T'he signs bf the tines point in that direction.
T1'o, amToint on deposit withlihe Firyt Natiboral of this city would Indicate
',,.t ,i ..- .r hetttprj i71 63y'd to bE, and holds.out the hope that
0) .vill grow better wit.h chib ding ,day

A NAiv II>EA IN PROFIT ,..' ,'
There s a saying tluat 'there's #aothi8g new uner the sun," but w. I
a ..,fe in awhile so'nutthl; new cr,.e *at, E'ite the oft' quoteLd
,rl' to the contrary. 'Mr. M'.Henir'y Ford''iresd of the Ford Mo.
Co M.'. ui .,id ~ h cuntpany wfll distribute ten mil
d., ( ..a. i .anhiail'y atn );. ltt; .e ,i;i).-ei, .n a.dltion to their regai .
(eEs, yv ;;i.n are eqtal" to, IC thvy do not surpass, those received In-.
'w tioers of any other zorporatlon in the country.
"The profit-si ring -plan, has biodiadopted by quite a few Americani
: porations, and han been trfed out fully by numbers of them. but
no one has ever attempted it on such a. big scale as the Ford people
",!iw propose to do. It will be interesting, in this connection, to not3
hat The Ouitlook has 'to Pay in regard to this proposed innovation of a
mmUloth Industry.
The Ford Motor Cofiipany is one of the. most extraordinary recent
Slopments of American Industry. To 'the ordinary observer Its success
soois almost magical. .iMr. Ford is a man of ,about fifty years of age,
rid began life 0i a opuilty boy with no capital but an Inventive genius
cvnd an imagination whf6h enabled him to grasp t e fact ten years ago that
-ho1 gasoline motor c ita solal and busint afe. He desired and determined to make a
ar for the averAge p He believed that every ,'amai especially
,, he country, sho id.l, ,l mobile. The I Idea'dibk
po -..essfoa o. hi t 'Idea tag S of Edion
it sout-o'4 r.i as bed a colpo urtutJia.|
lillc*, so to e .fd in making a people'
,lia result I1 ~ lr-ais ory turned out one car ev
,*onds of I-ts 44Mut' A the value of the gross business
,r.-ripany has b I'norb than one hundred million dol.-
i -lus for the Year, idg year ho.'9 to'see an ineor4ie
t!4 output, wiio w1 jl b p 'qpration twenty-four
'boitrs a dy .. .To ooapompish .this. he will divide
htifacta &r t aqy thdusanA men-into three

'.A"\ talki g n l,'.''ot f'The (pulook Mr. Ford said
,-- four ..thip which'W Ik ai' sould bear in mind in forming
i4" t e a of this 1tg tpa ofthe fact that successful
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s. fi..l Dtsar ~1&sWi- .thtropyI. it! I 'lIYt," because the
SIliIIl *s 0 e pdyt Is ,eatt 1 iw he^ a .eips to orea tel
P wit., beok retlson a1 erlenes h that, it promoter

the pnrul;il tuld lpoa thete is no univ.I.
al me(ho$ cf n Ap lifp. on: .o coti'p I .:reotat must do It
in T'lth'., .O'e plie'e p!.;v,,%,n lhu Ford ia'ty I, nt'an lnaovation
In his own buson $|'sipce the very beg:pohgt M,. M ai lHe!d '. t'
pd>lractl,:e ke ,t:f iini. ';ita'ti b4oi',aukee ': "
AMd f *rt.C thiis *etw 'ff -. tt--. 4.. .
expermnentil; I bract;h upon ile bth ops
an'l uan aooar aait ci:\ l lif r qjt 9 o t H deter. Mr
mined only by experle.'i', tbh 'tle to p9,s 6 'i) on. it t M SS
not today, but a, year from today'. f*. -, o
ah Outlook is dee'Py .we".s* (n f',. ,,rdc 'rirtent beca.t th On.
Ii r*f l".y3 ears puit u.2l h do. r'ott,. I.%*en eabital a.l

i'i o for of Jit, prtlI Pad O . an thousand
A.rord the f.yrt.a Landp .n.tcl a e Qft lahbr troubles, and the .. ...
only safegpard ailnst Bftas -so l f.'wtth ltW ii eat deetrot In ane
of private bnltitive, private e private e ,
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iadidate for the Uit.ed S.ties Senare

ced his candidacy for the.the,Uni m

Ioher. Both Mr. Stockton aWd

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oVo aend sqv ytging la it and, controlled thI lind
p l', a fi.4 thimr ihlldr4 ID his ote, liAd by th's
S4tO 9Nb O R4st^e4, hs rilht to It.. It WM

that thi f rst eed of smenoltht ~ awintted. 1i
sturdy patflotllth. .1is camluntltie *sprung up
interest% aplust a common ito. It Wes out of this
Oivillsitjon g, ew.

Illf ''o O*ss'vethe home.
Ono rs this ioi~ttment.-

thp one t1hitn upper-
Today ti lifts and

.4 to uphold this ientlment of the home. What iu
webeihr, link their ntirlest, and vote to uphold it.
About 3. OF OVN 0.. AM? Why o0auld- he of
j woyry about the moint- t ace of his
/t i, A It0 doas't own anything in it, nor even a tlot
0 0eiu to be 4 dAliy quit tor tood.* IHe work in the
to ii._t r Wecbt., o4d a night he carries home his sup-
&Y4 MPkthdy 'thn'a ief t for hit wife sad children, becomes
agfloi6 V 1ils a thearlew SUte. It kills sentiment and pktrotism
Oglt.,osgQ..rowkh on etvilllation..
Ut K l L* ...OH A kIA, No man ought to e*peot
''i iv& "i *'"b woman can afford to rear her oblidren
b.q. 'l p~rnts owe It to their children abd to
1 t -.4A tir home.

y" 179 r. .e 'sT me otM effort expded for
L' 04 USSr ba will do it.,
Iy,.ht is th owN a h0#m on. South BeDa '
EjP'L Vt. It Is striotly white eotio,
Mrainl.i, aouth Baoh 1q attraotive a
S MOM 8ITES. It' Is a' urburb in
.%4AhuUd homes are "bandiat';hemsilve
'foad ovmrnment. .. ..
broad Atlangto, ~.. z. cos: your front
1 llPi, laden with 6o1oeroq 6f the
.l b ttPes the AtlantiQ and the
$ o 14ald t 44o
bo you Squh a be
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ttme'wircus. nien aid 4t ~

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,be-1to?* the ON.

"Strange asits It M, 61
sal'idtre. Lapaling, ,"W to phrow..&
Pride, "I Nis &a good 110'r" *beu I-
wae & little girlat t *d ('to "MI
01300 t polledd lb. whole Johooi
a118(1 fmpnvl ttieIn my life, LUvQ,
t wv.'. .1 lDOAUINNO n 8)) 4* .,

.'l ccxd .boy" .
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. 'kIcPyoU see he was the

$ *" "og-taced boy in

-s unique

.us'-eym f we

could be freaks- would pro-

fer to make our livelihood

some other way. And any-

way, the "freak" sunt is

About played out- evenin the,

circus business.

A tos surprising to find an
otherwise h a r d-h ead ed
business mp who takes a
.ge, a' al joy in
.,0SSag as. freak. He
doesn't all it bat, o
course. Ho doesn't even

.now he is posing. Pox
Grously in earnest,
would not dream of
scribing his busipeess
"f'eakish"..but delights
:yling it is "unique
whioh really amounts
the same thing.

o m e manufadtut
"IgIy treak .,.oaly wl

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bac Sgue

anyone suggest tt t hey
should advertise. "Ob,
.y business is unique-it
cannot be adverttsed sue-

Haven't you often heard
it? Have you eyer said it

as Let us not try to quallfy
sin for the dime museum. et
"*, us get down to selling,
goods. AnO selling goqds
-no matter whatthe goods
sare.-is easier if the goods
rers are advertised.
Yo" uool( r ropoil-
-1t donIs.41fe^^ ^^
all Very well, advertise in
ver "dTerenat" way.
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... ak,t'it product wio610
t- ana wfa wont to Te-
fter to as "the hardest thing in the
world to advsisb." But a persist-
ent advertil lfr man kept hammer.
long at the. door of skepticism, and.
he finally areed to "test out" an ad-
v,iglas eOalaping. A twelve
months' trial ws agreed upon.
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T i th
Today, at the end Olt 18 months, this

4dverigingOA a uch3Ilariger

0%Oatiqs ine ~,cring i
atqaduly, MA.. b Do e~a~g~
l .kg lPoaiith'"At saiqpRlggr

i Sitr e

S bet ipeJ.aof a'-

ot i O 0he wa a me.'ber ''
family tais ous sympathy. Pagese to
hi; 6 aibaand ieet to his. soul.
Rev. W. P. Pickens, left yester-
day on the 11 o'clock train for San-
ford, Fla. to attend his annual eon-
tereuce, We wish him a pleasant
trip and a sate return to this fiel
of labor. I
Mr. Albert Andrews of Tampa
arrived in the city Sunday eVening
f tor a short 'tay. We Wi, him 'a
S pleasant doj'urn! witha iJV and
Mr. Harple Webb, continues, quite
ill.' Call to'see him 'while you may
The Inevitable seems certain.. He
lives with his mother on Julia street
between Thomas and Howe. He Is
eonfrouted by a malady that is very.
S'reluctant to release its victim be-
tore getting its full work.
Mrs. Jennett Ingram, of Mara-
thoh, Fla. who have been the guest
;of Mrs. Mary livais, 320-Division
street for three months, returned to
: ,her home this morning accompanied
Lby her hostess, Her stay was quite
S enjoyable.
The American Beauty Club will
A hold its regular meet at Zion Hall
S at 3:30 p. m. All members are re-
|quested to be present.
d The following progrr-
*. Idered:
Responsive ......
Solo--Miss iHannltbat ..
S ; Reeltation-Mis .. Wihelmeaia
S Ppr--M jeba Hannibal.
Solo-Miss Myrtle Chipchase.
Recitation-Miss Marietta Ried.
Paper-Mrs. Irene Hannibal.
Trio-Misses Genia Mlckens,Dal-
I sy Moncur, 86llW'8"ipber.
Select Readnia-'tra. Olive eul.
Quotations from ++n#neyson.

"o00dfl*ult I is, li perieneed
by tb ,Japad s' h t letr c gertige ow
a t to t 4i ast.Im to the sub

b,- ..uh l tatg Owing to the
prolitable auat eZ the business.
there has e-oatl bn a large In.
rease in the un tw a t rawl", with
the 'rett thit as tatirptloon of the
sable ser"rt* Is tte4uently 0aus1d
T Th utWi-tles oMf, goverainentte.
graphs. so d, 1to tural departments
S 1are at pfe-t1o:lerrling ai to the

iMa Wrpuvht by .ree .ie
abime of the *ler insurastu a Go V6
aie aof 2 0gla4d itd to GispenS bees
bre to their eiploye. Ak 4umake
11 Sute k uc r. e 7 afternooL
ork .s 1' who n1d act wat he
I eerlot (heirs for those 6rko di
7 told h hi thought nothlal
iUng sixteba g ait due a6te6
Ar, and hu 6tatemlent was s'ub
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The South said: 'If you can pr'9uce a
cigarette than any we now have, Ve'l bj it"
SOVEREIGN sales are already near the
100,000,000 a month mark-Southern smokers
keep their wod.

an 18-month-o.ld brand
means that practically
who have tried SOVEr-
EION, have kep right on
smoking it.
two words explain
SOVEREIGN successe-
lower tobacco, 1ner, v k-
mansehi greaterig.joY
meant. 4 .1.
Mg Of tobaccoI ever pro*
5nce-dby the famous Old
Belt district of Viginia an
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expftiye ciarettIMApe
i po.rte o m
Try 80sVoEtIGo" and
note the wonderfd agr
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owldBFUaa*.. jlf. Gam a Yesterday afternoon at 6
j. tho we4tding at Miss. Fanny NottIl
A D E "7 daughter of Mrs. Franci#6o Flti
.1* E AaY Ind Mr. J. T),d Widas celebrafd
S. A at the home of the brides motft
S' on Eaton street, the Rev. Funk o0r,
Stone Church officiating. No invi elen
e. SSf stations were issued but a large tli1i
*. S bor of Triends of the family were pro Mi
Sisent.' Iarg
V Thq house was beautifully deco- lative
r Ladl' s .,'i3soes and Children rated In flowers and. foliage, the sever
S$30.00 mot of the flowers being strange turn
S.00 to at tropical bloesoms imported, from on tl
Cuba for the wedding.
m a &, ^ili S0B. Miss Nottage was dressed in Mr
'A Dae ,roam pineapple silk, artistically daugl
r ',,,.:, .* m...Ti'nD.... '. '.s.s'a.s; ieraKj iiU draped over with satin. Her bo- edna
i i: Ci;ar.o.s.,, Crepode'chind and' Silk Tqupt was of white tropical blossom, who
Imported from Cube by special per- days
j Crep eO.nnng av'ins. beautifully trimmed Tea mission of the inspector of nurseries pass
She was attended by Miss Lillian yeatel
SGown; Tango Pumps and colored evening slippers Sawyer as bridesmaid while Mr.
lRedd was attended by Mr. Pril- Mr
St .t;., gOuns $3.00 to $5.00. Colored Silk ,and geon, cashlir of the Itomesteat Burni
tiSc Hose to Match, 25c to 7,2.00 a pair. bank. ct y
Tho coulen wore prcrepided to the morni
......... ......... mprovise,1 altar by Margaret Leach, sonvil
ssil0ni} Of Itd i i 14 Slhl flower girl. friend
1 Of A k LvJA11S IA4 A Q W ^, After the ceremony, an informal
/ (' "'i "-z "' > \ "ception was held at the home of Mr
,. t; i-_ .. 'id~:, i u4 1 "i dvr l:1 .14 .41 :
SI odi 3 50 t $5.0 o ne, ople left over the Flor ido day
S .a es ^. .5 t ,OUU U -as"t CoaRst for o, tour of a number s nge
.. ...... ...... large southern cities before malt. yeste]
-ti 5nh their home at Homestead. sever
53.50 to $5.00 :,::A Ms. A. R. King Kant Slip Shoes RA IH ILLLLE u
C ren $1 UO LO $3.50. I l.nirn m TARufpA hai
:ua intoday and see our ad- I
i Cd eljowhiyg Of 1914 wear- Mr. Havmon4 whee,
. .. .. :" i >' '*1, ""', ,,' .-..-* - the, kl Qi N avyt B .,'
', , ... "... .... -" ger leaving oh'the 6,
for Tampa. where he:l?,
to Miss Lillian Grey of De.. Mr
oX Mr. Wheeler received wfrd front Now
,' nis finance Mopday telling him.. to v. it
-. rmrrI n N1111u et her l n Tampa, and procured hih .svere
S. furlough yesterday morning.
.... ............ ....... ;........M..... 'M ,, Wheeler, Is well known In this '
^ .L ,' ---X-'_-__I,, t i y and llas hosts of friends whr ..
t U,; k ,ro congratulating him on his cholieo
S ,.' Mr. and1 Mrs. W heeler will re.i ld
n this city after the marriage, sever
.... were
i ' Mrs. Jaames Curtis is entertain- apent
ing with cards at her home on left o
.... ... tU.' \Yhiehiead.ctreet this afternoon for train
S- a number of her married friends.
Mr. A. Bates Curry, of this city, agent
left yeatorday mornirig on train 3 ps08lti
FRESIH NORFOLK AND APALACHICOLA 'or Miami whore he will spend sev- West,
OYEIRS ECElVED ?AILY. ALSO Sli RV- *ral day en bualnes. about
ED IN ANY STY LE. SP. RIAL DELIVRY .. Parley Bitton, oi Blackfoot, Ida. rvster
S TO ALL PA iL Of THE CITY .o, who has been 'visiting in the Beach
2SIM ONS BROS. Over Sea yesterday morning for Bis
Cor. DLval & Perr-nlia Sts. Phona 15. Minta to visit for several days witn nied
friends. pastor
' lnYri
Milt'on Burgess, of St. George, were
9 c G AtLO N PAIT UJtah, *as a passenger leaving on Plagli
S.u :he 11 o'clock train yesterday morAt for N
n f or Miami at.r h.vinw sp ,ndaA

Made EU,
:Hob's(e or

ad tbe.worAd "can't,", and tbat 'he
'ei, m-s4 It It ho c'euld possibly bolp
m.In that ?semiet- most peppple dit
fromm' Nripolpoir. '.It thplrop'r* t
&IJ6ile 'the w~u's "-wil)" ftr 0auit-
lid ta Ain to" **iiwj,

E BR ANID YIn:thLis cr.
essaly Fr ur. C. Bittari, of Atlanta, cJ
S ?' G a., who has been visiting in the
.. 4y for several days, left yesterday
SW A.RE STOR.E srnlag on' the outgoing passenger .
trait ^,, Marathon, to accept a Vo-
sito q with the W.nglar SybteUt.,.
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A arty compoea Mr. .n one
iolectlpn of FPed importantly. Mra. L 9 Oarile Mr. and Mrr. *a
Theo suest way to kep- and i a-. tysls, Mr, and Mrs. T
Store health IS to sup-ly '.the-morm al 'tMr
-ondltlonas of llfO, whlch ileso a Robets, apa Mr. and Mrs. M,
natural diet oontainlou 4all th6 *l1 Rickersburg all fr6om Philadelphia;
nments of nutritjo; in trta proportion, Pa., arrived lo the eity Monday
and '. a4t on tohe prper selection of night from .Tampa and after, spend- ver
food for eash l. Por it will a otIng the night here, left on the morn
4uto l tt sall Iad of otherwise Prop ing train yesterday for Miami where
r- ofsc o oT uh oo "w fthoey will spend saJone tl1 sight
Srwlae wt.ill .mel,s eto. '

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While you are awake ln on plenty
of bright, cheerful lilgt-.n the shop, on
the stratt. in the khm A IU 6 d,^.A A

hI.I/.F rM.. t 4s i o. md
SPateramlll. writl'to4oonwpliu of Is your house ified? Make the
the amount of really that ow., w Year tr y a bright one.
SoYEST U AY "To other etlg," h s, .Job ,., .
,, ar', aqte1 tn419W. tbl odn "4and

-ao tas,-t -Hales i W 16.
Isrvpmor T o 2M.'it Is.sad ..ou do not .lyv
,a., to visit with aol ,',you, r .t ooin to ..t,....o.,. Be brave, S ',;, :" i "16"
tam vesterd r Har- tor yo=*jit. Ityou lyefor yoursolt s le
da for several days. e Just, bg puro,be trui tIn word and W
"-~--- Meed o not for your life, care only
's. Richard Tedder, of ey 1'r W ht is right. o, aBd noto thT. lA uf
o, who has been visiting, re- w. ., a ha be W. with you- IL L
es and friend. in the city for .
., -lay., was a, ro. --*. ,WHO L S
ng to her home at Key Largo Modern,Advanoement. -.
ho morning train yesterday. J9st the use of common sense, the *
following of personal choice, so far as G
and Mrs T. J. M4in, an tht ohle moraurd by
ter Edna, ac0omhanled by M ef, aId the LUMBER.. and BU LDaS
Bywaters, of Lockland, Ohio, nies will p A y MATEIAL of a
have been pending several worker Bucah mean.o.f elet S RE, PAI!. iN'
ia the city slghtsoeeng, were as were not to be bad by tbe rla'1oII, hot ci, ,,1,
engers on the morning train PnPfti. ,so. AdEhOALo i ca .
rday leaving for Miami. .*TE"-- A l I IE a .tWATRs,,Tw. 'A ar hi
-and o Shorthanl Not Modern inventlei. RAILWAYS, LIGHTERS & TOV a light unch. n
n M r, J 8 Min er, t S h o rh ea d w as in u s cen tu r ie s b e. R QA T ,.
ey, Ind., spent 'Monday in t Pi tore Pitman. In the fourth century T :i sQervice cannot be imt'l;, n 1 by
sightseeing and left yesterday "&Ats of St. Calllstratus," the com- *an anybthin n tho city.
ing, via tbo Over Sea for Jack. pil erstatesi "There is a certain scribe -
llo where they will visit wlth o the law courts who listenedto th dwrd ker, o city
dis. for a few days,, l oueo of Callistratuse and wrote ad e rofthiscit
, and Mrs d, Humpllrey, 0f OV us, and we set in order with Wll yesterday morning for Spanl.i
a ...... d, py. ..t. loura&or is record outline rd a(Harbor on a business visit. '
n the city pleasuring, were pas- I ?
rs leaving on the morning train
rday for 'Palm Beach to spend
al days at that popular resort.
. W. '. Persoeas and dauigi-
Mrs. Ida M. Love, were passen.
departing on train 38 yster-
morning for Palm Beach, after
.g spent a day inthe citypsight-

ber. D. Albury, of this city.
S er leaving over the
'ly merninc-
"' wD, on t &Ca" Y

ng in .th a':fllty On pl ltaUr.,'for to '^ .., .. *"4
he ,wher"

Wl days, Jeft ot tO ,11. o'aoc10 AV, ..., ':
train ,y'terotray. for iam ,
9 t pey w ill visit for. few days ..i t m m, n t
. .nd kborn,of Put Them On t
letown, N. '. gfter spendlih
al lays in thia City alghtseein
opssengers i ltraint 88 yester- O r
norain lest.i foi..Miami.
tna r i s "

*. U M W. A4jV. UJA, U0
X Falls, N. j, after having
Monday In thelcity on pleasure
on the out going passenger
yesterday hitting .for Miami.
A, Kennedy, the advance
for the Johnny J. Jones Ex-
on ShowA, now "playing in Key
who has. be6d In the, city for
two weeks 'arrangni for. the
Rival left. Via the nlalierSylteni
rda morning for West Palm
hop and Mrs. Leete, aoocompa.
by the Rev. J. J. Treadwell,
r of the M. E. 'Church at New
n~. Pla. an4 Mrs. Treadwell1
passengers leaving over thq,
er System yesterday', mortn
Oew Smyrna. I:They have b'e
ing several 4ays .in the':"
seeing and- ,pleasurlg. .-^
to preside at the M
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by -tit frki, peddlers and
dy departments of some 5
l10 cent stores. Refuse themlt

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