The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00416
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-Associated- Press Day Wire Key West, Florida. has the
Service. iycp 13cist CttBeti( t most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the country; vui an average
Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit



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Congressional Members FromI BISCHELL..GOING Verrill Gives.tRomlntic.And( .1 ]NATION TO JOIN Roosevelt's Early Selection Of


Massachusetts Start FiringOn TO SERVE TERM:Alluring Picture Of Florida Garner For 1936 Causes Great

Romantic and Historic FIOrid, timate knowledge' on the subject

Nation's Foreign PolicySame DEFENDANT WAS CONVICTEDON from the prolific pen'of A. Hyatt!possessed by,the writer.In FOUR MILLION PERSONS EXPECTED Speculation In Capital City

CHARGE AT LAST TERM Verrill, is the latest and most delightfully I the chapter devoted to Key TO PARTICIPATEIN i

... entertaining of the West, written here the author .- -
I I many volumes written on this writes most unkindly of the city

Procedure Followed 'I..4TddISIIAI MONROE COUNTY glorious land of sunshine and : in general and on some points in ALL COMPLAINTS Decision So Far In Ad-

: particular he has been misinformed I
flowers, just received in Key badly -

When Republicans Took i ARE GROWN HERE I West.In I biased or has a pronouncedly SENT1NTOFERAMUSTBESPECIFIC vance Has PrecipitatedMuch
William Bischell convicted at viewpoint. I (ft7 AI.I..II Ire.a)
this history the writer not
Stand After World This is particularly evident in I NEW YORK, Jan. 29.-Four Discussion On
This Mrs. Amparo Cartazar of the last term of criminal court, only gives us an enticing and alluring the statement that "Key West is

WarBy 626 Duval street, has five will go back to state penitentiaryto picture of the Florida of not truly in the tropics nor is it i, million pcron*-from coast to Capitol HillBy

strawberry trees now bearing today, but takes the reader back really tropical. Further on in the coast in the United State, in the
with some of tbe products serve an uncompleted sentence] through the romance and tragedyof same paragraph "and while it isa ADMINISTRATOR SAYS GEN.

shown to The Citizen ; of a lifetime for rape on which the state, and the many stirring fact that no frost has ever been' Philippines, Canal Zone aDd Alaska BYRON PRICE

HERBERT PLUMMER today. events with which the his known at Key West, yet during the ERALITIES NOT SUFFICIENTIN .
ffklrf ( Hart-UK. Tb A..a.Iatedi'rs
I he convicted in Hills- in celebrating
.llr A

WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.-In tbeir kind, as far as can be I borough County some years ago. time of .discovery by Christopher , blows the thermometer drops to as t President Roosevelt's 53rd COMPLAINTS REACHING Washington! it finding import

days fo'lowing the world war learned, ever seen here, and Directly after he was found Columbus. low as 41 degrees, which is OFFICE .

tbe fruit produced is aid to guilty in KeyiWest' on a charge of :Mr. Verrill has written many I mighty cold in a land where there j; birthday tomorrow with the view ant bidden. mDiDg. i. tbe new
when the were attempting .
republicans be very delicious. histories of the states 'of the arc! provisions! for' keepingwarm. ,It.'I tbat"Preident >Ro..eveIt 'wants
assault with intent to commit cf raising; money to.fight Infantileparalysis.
to I wrestpolitical <-:com* I union, as well as descriptive' and ." I I I'
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obbery: Sheriff K. '0. Thompson I' Specific 'instances must be I Vice''President! Garner renominited'witb -
,1111111..4UTERARY educational volumes on the LWeSt' The 'injustice of this statement .
trol of i the goverimentfrom the the State Board of Pardons -aIn -'I cited when Key;Westers have com. : '
Tvrote Indies and South America' all of I i will be readily grasped by all Key I ,' him in 1936.

democrats,' they pounced* on th.nation' .DIGEST'{ 'a king' if this verdict of the jury which have been praised-by'press' :'Westers and thousands of straigfrs. I I magnitude, the party may be: 'plaints. the local district . '1
I It For fa? PrleUi l' l and critics. In this' 'of: .' ,The'lowest of'the"Florida:
..for.iru"polM.a..n."oftbeir' would mean that the board would -Tomanee temperature registered'was even greater than a".imilsrI 'one, Emergency
: which Florida he has adopted style 'of': : 41, 50 or 60 years ]!I, ''R.RelietfAdmlnlBtrationJ!. MI.: 'El: Gil-'ekoico." year.Hd a aaU ahead of
1 revoke the parole was
principal; formsftof 'strategy.Led CARRIES'CARTOON' narrative which chronicles a story ago. and' only once in the entire 1 granted the prisoner. rather of adventure than a his history of the city. Early in December -
national this morning. j
by the late Henry Cabot I l i Doberty, chairman pre. : I I
Yesterday a reply was receivedat of last year when much' '! tbat many politician were inclined
OF J. F. STONEKEY tory.He :'1 People telephone him, it was
Lodge of Massachusetts, a fight the sheriff's office from J. P. has assembled and presents. of the rest of the state was practically dicts. More than 5,000 communities ; said, and in generalities make allegations i at lint to be incredulous.I .

a vast amount of information covering covered in frost, snow or
to the effect that :
was launched against tbe League Newell, secretary to Governor expected to take part, he many I .
are Inquiry disclosed mistake had
every phase of bird and ani- ice, the lowest temperature in Key persons are on relief rolls who are no
Sholtz forth that all thatI
of Nation which not only pre WEST GETS PLACE IN I setting mal life and also the fauna of the West was 45. I II 1 not in need of relief. 'I i been made in the di
says. news :-
vented America's entry, but also I STORY IN CONNECTIONWITH I I is necessary is for the clerk of the state from coast to coast, in a I In another paragraph he, the "We aie anxious to get people'

i criminal court to forward a tranScript manner which readily conveys to writer, does not see "where any Entertainment will vary from who are not eligible for relief oft patch.

worked havoc with the democratic PROPOSED "NEW i of the trial and the find the mind of the reader the in- I (Continued on Page Four) i barn dancse to cross-road festivals J the relief rolls but our staff has t| The real significance of it all

party.Students DEAL" IN ENGLAND ings of the court and the parole .- --. ---- -' ----- I and formal balls, with attention l been- reduced to a minimum and I became apparent only when it
I do not have facilities in
of politics in Massachusetts I will be revoked at once. centering in Washington where I we per came out that a very embarrassing
sonnel to detectiveagency.
carry on a
This will be done by Clerk C. the president will deliver a radio situation was developing in the
apparently haven't for [[ TODAY'S WEATHER ] ,. I
Even the press of England is''' Sam B. Curry, and it is expectedthat address between 11:30 and 12:30p. "Working at top speed as we' administration's family circle.
gotten the lessons taught them by within brief time instructions Word had come to the White
using Key West in stories in con-] ... m., and in New York, where, are, there is no time to hear of
their former distinguished sen will be received to deliver House that two. or three cabinet
nection with the proposed "New 1< Bischel to the prison authorities Temperature 1 and continued cool] tonight and the national committee will assem- generalities and broad accusations official a half'dozen senators,

ator. Deal" in England to be patterned'I II either in Key Wfcst or at Rai- Highest .-.-. ..m'm" ....................69 Wednesday; moderate northerly ble. that instances.do not get If down to and various\ others were engaging;

Again Massachusetts members]i i: ford. Lowest .... ............. __ _...._.-...._60 winds. I I General Aid To Afflicted I knows specific of anyone in activities which led to a strong
concentrating! after the program now in force' Mean ..... ... ... ..................-....64 I a person or persons on'relief impression that they already were
of congress are While of the 1934 who do not deserve to be
orcignIpolicy. !I in the United States. : Normal Mean __......._..__.70 ;: ( ,5V ----I $ 'bu ".I proceeds running for second place on th?
MO f relief Administration
their fire on the nation's OWNER OF YACHT Rainfall , H @ party-a total of $1,000.000-1 receiving the 1936 democratic ticket
Two members of the I i A recent issue if the Literary, will be glad to be advised of
Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. went to the Warm Springs Foun. That was demoralizing for sev
house from Boston-the home city'' Digest carried a story of Lloyd Normal Precipitation .07 Ins. I 1 I, I them but only when names are eral The'
SAYS SUB BASE : :; dation,'this year, following guggestiotv reasons. most importantwas !
is in
given. It only that
'I ... rlu.| =- ..1j1" I th.isV.a1.:\
Minister Thf r.rd .rto 24-luMir p .
of Lodge-have opened George, a former Prime r '" .' : that.it created suKpiamn-and! i
upon f.dl..__l II 'clock...... .wr. *r.% '- f }rom Mr. ,JUosevelt none we 'can 'rectlf'in''iiiafadj' st.l
j r
. three ditte nl" fronts.' '" r> -1,of Englapdf.offermjj-a suggestionto FINE ANCHORAGECAPTAIN Tomorrow' AlManac r1.t.tJf I l'bl\ II I of the proceeds will go 'to that ments." f \I I, rivalries at,points in the inner administration .

Tinkbam Started It I do away with the dole in that ... m.1, f I| Speaking of other complaints' set-up where eueli
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I I Sun rises _.-....- ---- 7:11 a. d rnji'4' organization. Seventy cents of every weaknesses
would do the
The bearded veteran, George I II country and in its stead inaugurating I, Sun sets ........?._......... 6:11: p. m. f.1'1 I I'I, } I'I I dollar will go toward rehabilitating :i, being made to the Administration,1, I harm. most

after the Moon rises .._....___._ 3:18 a. m. I ._..? "-.q:. the administrator! said that if
Holden Tinkham, fired his first a program patterned HOWARD GREATLY ,. 4 : ., --:... : I I infantile paralysis victimsin I I I aj I 'It remains to be seen whither!
Moon sets _......._..._ 1:56: p. m. ;::t. I.I[ person refuses private employment -:. ,
FERA in the United btates. m. the hint from the White
salvo prior to the convening of::| I II I Continued Cool Fair their own communities while preferring work' relief, he Jfotj: 9

the present congress by accusingthe I| Accompanying the article is a PLEASED, SAYING MASTERSOF Tomorrow Tides 1 i t the rest will go to the President's 1 1I I or she will be cut off the rolls,1 I will cure the situation. Somo' o.
A.M. P.M. Florida: Fair tonight and Wednesday ! those involved do not take hintn:
of cartoon showing a parade of the( PLEASURE BOATS WILL i commission for in- when names are given. i I
Roosevelt administration ;' President % ; High ............._.. 7:12 5:521 ; not quite so cold in extreme :I Birthday Ball I "We are down here primarily j I easily..

entering the League of Nations unemployed led is dressed by in the I LIKE NEW ARRANGEMENT : Low _.................. 0:24 i north portion tonight; somewhat -:I ftntile paralysis research. I to reduce the relief rolls in Key J,I I Icke .Ha Troube.The' .
the back door. Roosevelt who I 11:02 I I I Although $1,000,000 was raised.
by !
j jBy colder Wednesday in north I W-ellrand put this city back on a!, troubles of Secretary Ickca
participating in the Inter-' garb of a Salvation Army "Las Barometer at 8 a. m., today: apd central portions. Possibly I i last year, national officials expressed self-supporting basis and we most I I have become the absorbing them?'

national Labor Organization un- sie," followed by Vice President Captain Henry Howard, owner Sea level, 30.23. light frost tonight in exposed ,' the opinion that such ,a assuredly would rather have persons :'! ofjhanyaVashington! social talk-

tier the auspices of the League,;; Garner beating a drum bearingthe and master of the auxiliary Yacht I HighestStation .'I.' places in'interior' southward to sum was but a drop in the buck. on private payrolls than on fest. Reports that he is on hit
Alice, that granting the me the relief whenever what of the cabinet
inscription "New Deal. says Lake Okeechobee. nation-wide rolls we way out are pot
Tinkham charged that in effect Lust Night Yesterday I. et for a planned campaign
of the submarine base at the naval consider fair employment and fair generally accepted but there is
Jacksonville to Florida Stsaits: :i
the United States had entered the! Behind Mr. Garner is a marcher Abilene ..._... 38 64 against the disease. Keith
station to yachtsmen, is a boon conditions offered. distinct impression that his lncc
Moderate to fresh! northwest or ares j I I |<
banner with theemt..lem ........_ 24 42
League. Incidentally, the Piesi- carrying a : that is highly appreciated by own Atlanta north winds and fair weather to- r Morgan, national treasurer of the "Unless names are given the in the administration will not b?;
blue Boston ............:. 16 21 Warm
dent proposes in his budget for' of the NRA eagle ers and masters of pleasure boats: night and Wednesday. drive and a trustee of the Administration personnel cannot so prominent henceforth.

the coming fiscal that $174- and above it 1,000,000,000 pounds I, making this port. Buffalo ._....... 20 24 East Gulf: Moderate winds, Springs Foundation, said "approx take time to listen to general accusations -!I His difficulties with the hous.
........ 28 40
1 which is about. the equivalent of i Captain Howard is an annual: Charleston mostly north. imately $60,000,000.annually or complaints," he con! ing administration, certain numbers
C30 be set aside for this participa-: I' _... 26 32
Chicago would be to thoroughlycare
| the $4,880,000,000 in the president's visitor to Key West and is accom- necessary eluded. of congress and the cabinet
tion.Not I' panied by Mrs. Howard, who is Denver .._....._ 34 66 for the paralysis victims." t and various others including eomtt:
content with that, on tb.2: | proposed program. ........ 28 WEATHER CONDITIONSA
. 18
I Detroit lie bases the recent .
figure on a "
I American Merchant .
the I at White
I i The one bearing the banner can president of persons !the.! , Hoys .at.'per
first day of the session the Massachusetts ..._... 56
Association Galveston .. 54 I estimate that there are 200,000 PLAN ARIUES.
but Julius Marine.Library to afjs'e, th1,4itV'L4tcas"
else frqm
representative who \s 'be taken Iff .no one I Havana ............ 66 strong high pressure area is persons suffering from the _', : .

a republican member' f.the |fQ't>e i I rerruett'itrr.F. jStonod'irr/A/ 9B tone's"y\elll rUst feaIpicture-:,I and which Also furnishes to lighthouses.libraries to ships Huron .m............ 14 -.i', 32- crested this morning over the in America and that }It. 16! ?PASSENGERS : His,,,'economic,, '1''id",theories:3 t.< which'"l '

committee on fAVelgri affa'ini.ln.troduced ..- -. has 'ir\\a/Ith 'Asked' today'by' The Citizenrhst'he 'Jacksonville ...._. 34 "nti'-42. ..: ,Lake :Superior region. Sault $300 a year to care for dise1e.j ne' section' ?f the buaiswsa.wqrid.\
a concurrent resolution tGn> 1ft\4i4c : a ...... 44.11KEY !' Marie; Mich.. 30.68 inches, Ste'l "
eea111 i jkAtrec1nzed s that thought of the haven in I Kansas City 26 ''Jill\ rly.] 5' (distrusts. His 'open'dista3te' TTotapome
demanding withdrawal of AJ suer- 1 WEST .- 60 .69, pressure is above 30.00 inches Mrs. James Roosevelt, . .' 115':
other basins he hasseen' of the
to jlioire'fhods.
comparison .
administrator. ,
ican recognition of ov''et' Jlus : of the Florida ERA all sections of the The I TWO MORNING'ON !
insure the oi visited Captain Howard Little Rock _. 38 u52 country. of the president, ,and Colonel j I COME IN MIstonthepagt1.fv&nlf
peruser'sm .
sia. .... To further Los Angeles ..._. 4C . C4 only Tpreeipitation of consequence Doherty will .head a liFt91 no. rahles I I ,' 'hi
the said his there are more HERE subordinated at unit)
. '.It is 'the. ? 'scnse.. of >he I failingit&' iWcognize-whom'" i, adVaVitageS in opinion1 oftere l'tbe yachtsman Louisville _....... 34 . 42 duriiiff the last 24 hours has been to attend the .celebrationinNew ,_ j .TRIP. : FROM ,! interior department$ for which he

senate ntflous : .*. "Tus: resolution l picture i is i intended: to ,represent,1, Miami ___...._ 54 72 light mow from Minnesota eastward York.PACKING. I I MIAMI held
is the only one in thej' here"than 'in any other place on I was responsiblewhetherrightly
the figure
demand:*, '"that the diplomatic' Minneapolis .._. C 24 I to the north Atlantic coast.
the or wrongly.
wearing white and on the coast.
recognition by the 'United Statesof cartoon 56 Temperatures have! rieen throughout -
New Orleans .... 46
in the Altogether Washington find
is this true ,
tail of the coat are the words Especially COMPANY l a
the Union of Soviet Socialist WEST. event of a norther or northwester New York ........ 20 26 most of the eastern and southern -I I' Leaving yesterday afternoon great deal to talk about. The

Republics should' be withdrawn.": KEY George is exhorting when the sea becomes rough and Pensacola .......... 40 52 sections of the country. with by plane for Miami were the following cumulative evidence, no one denies

Higgins Strikes, Too : Hard by Lloyd of his followers to decidedly disagreeable, as frequently -I Pittsburgh ........ 30 34 readings 20 to 30 degrees higherin HAS 'AUTO TRAIN'CAME :' : Freda Jay, ,Agnes Johnson shows that a number of people .

From within the administra' some take the burdenof happens during the winter St. Louis _.._...... 28 42 the north! Atlantic states and I Edwin W. Johnson,' Charles : -some very high up-are on

tion's own ranks another memberof join the him president's and song up which i is I months. and refuges are eagerly Salt Lake City. 30 42 have fallen below zero in northern I I I Ackerman, J. A. Valdes, J. R. Val- the secretary's trait The guess

the house from Massachusettshas Follow On." sought by masters of the smaller San Francisco .. 46 56 Michigan. Temperatures are TO KEY WEST TO "VIS- des, K. 0. Thompson. Richard ing whether they will get hint i*
expressed. dissatisfaction with: "Follow craft. Seattle _..._.. .__ 44 56 still,below normal in the Atlanticand Lewis, Benjamin Sawyer Walter.divided.

the nation's foreign i lOl--cy. :, -1 1I In securing from the Navy Department Tampa .. ......__. 44 64 east Gulf states with light I IT" SAUNDERS WHOLESALE I Maloney J. Gerry Curtis, Leroyt Bankbead I. NeededIn
John P. Higgins hardly had, Washington 20 22 frost reported this morning in I Berlin !
the submarine Torres. Sawyer, ,
of i
u!;e !
GROCERY COMPANY the opinion of those wise in
than been in s'' i.41J4 24 northern Florida and are generally
more sworn as base harbor for pleasure Williston ...,-- 20 I Brooks Sidney Einhorn, Eileen
as a
the of the housa: of
representative before he struck above the seasonal average ways repre.
craft, the Florida Emergency Re- Blackley.
out with a concurrent resolution' WEATHER FORECASTTill in the Plains and west Gulf states Arrivals from Miami sentatives. much now depends on
lief Administration has done a on the plane -;
demanding that the President "im and Rocky Mountain region. Radio programs phonograph the celerity'with which Representative -
in the morning John D.
wonderful thing for travelers by were:
G. S. KKNNKHYv.: music and talks things to Bankhead of Alabama recovers
mediately relieve Ambassador good
I water for pleasure in their own ( 8 p. m., Wednesday) on McAdams and Hilda McAdams. I
Josephus Daniels. and for the; Key West, and Vicinity: Fai:r Official in Charge: eat comprised a treat offered his health, and takes over
craft and should be an induce- '
future withdraw diplomatic recognition : I people of Key West yesterday by fully his new job as majority
to -
of Mexico. . 1: ment for yachtsmen to come Phillips Packing Company in their' GENERALELECTRIC I leader. .

Higgins serving his first term; Key West in ,.. .......S..O..5SS.SSSSSS..555SS5SS555555.SS (traveling display "auto train," In its first test of the new cession
at the
Vessels berthed piers
gently spanked by Secretary which was in Key West yesterday I ; -over the $4,000,000,000 relief ;-
was I
the base today are,the. Alice, New- MEN ARRIVE HERE rule-the democrat!
I and gag
Hull!! of the state department. I York NATIONAL BALLS today. _
port, R. I. Do omar, New ;
; minus got
Hull suggested that of course The "train" came to Key West managers
Idler houseboat of Key West; I
I into, trouble. They found they
Higgins knew other nations were: and S S PRESIDENTIn S for a "visit" with the Saunders I
Saukee. coast guard cutter FORITHE:
entitled to regulate their own in-': S. S Wholesale .G!!> !Company, local' S. C. Weaver.. expert refinisherof could not control the democratic

ternal problems and that the Procedure -!\ Alta, II. S.: honor of President Roosevelt's fifty-third birthS S I representative .of.. ,the, Phillips General Electric compasy .membership without making con
he suggested "would almost -!! company. It is in 'charge of L. equipment, and his assistant, John cessions. President Roosevelt asked
certainly provoke such resentment -: GOOD BEERYou : day for the benefit of resident Infantile Paralysis Kaldencacher, who is assisted by McCalmont, are in Key West for Speaker Byrns and the others

as to defeat the purpose; I : sufferers and Infantile Paralysis Research. I Guthrie Babcock. of Key West. I I a few days. I I to come to the White House and

which you wish to achieve." I know what a It was manufactured at a cost Mr. Weaver is a great lover of tell him what happened.

\ difference there is in Tomorrow Night January 30th, 1935 .. of $21,500 and weighs 7,200 fishing and daring his stay ex*!I: The incident was interesting

I pounds. The object of the travel pectt to try his skill at some of ,! chiefly when it was considered

KODAK FILMSJust :I A terul s story sti: el of romaie tbt R io sri Cuni siventtrc I Good BeerPETER : at the Key West Country ClubS I ing display is to acquaint peopleof the big ones that strike freely at i I[ what other important them tests such lay
Of of
DOELGER the country with the productsof this season of the year. ahead. tome -

received shipment of STARTING FRIDAY IN 1 1Is S S Persons who have not yet purchased tickets can do S the Phillips company and announce -,i During their stay these representatives as the approaching bonus, vote-.
I brewed night. to the locality in which of the G. E. Co., are beIng the administration frankly is ap
all aizeaGardner's skillfully : at the Country Club tomorrow
so .
THE CITIZEN17l".l1.l1" .T. .1 S S S they may be the name of the representative entertained by A. F. A.ala.salea prehensive.,
Pharmacy I Sold by the beat : ADMISSION ,_-._.. .._ $1.00 PER PERSON in the eommnnity.I manager of the Key Wet Bankhead. who went to the

Phone 177 Free Delivery I Leading Places .1 .55555SSSSSS.SSSS..SSS5SS555.5SSSS55515I, Nothing i is1! sold from the display.t Electric company. (Continued on Page Four)


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ALL TAXES ARE SALES; TAXES, J country. In various parts of the .......................I ance Co., born in New York. Died I : :
i.r [j
::1) ilcsx! : Oii I
:. ) KEY WEST IN country he heard people Discussing Today's :March\ 6, 1916.1843William. j[ Today's HoroscopeThis
the road and all of them spoke
l"ubU.hed Dally Except Sunday By No form of taxation is so bitterly assailed -. the McKinley Civil! ........................
'I'lit'ITI%.: PUBLISHING! co.. i.>c. DAYS GONE BY highly of proposition.
Anniversaries ,
::.. I.. I'. AKT.MA>, (TeUcBt.From as the sales tax. The political '-, I War soldier, lawyer, congressman, day gives a powerful, fear-

The Citizen Building "friends of the common people" have been Happening Here Jut 10 Year The New York Symphony Or-i ..................c. a.. Ohio governor, 25th president. less nature, with large views. With
Corner Greene and Ann Streets it Ago ToJay A* Taken From chestra, a musical organization : born at Sues, Ohio. Shot and the aggressive nature that goes
virulent in denouncing 1C88 Emanuel '
on Swedenborg,
especially -
died at Buffalo N. Y. Sept. 14,
The File Of The Citizen headed by Walter Damrosch, con-i Swedish I Imystic with this aspect, fame and fortune
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe the grounds that the burden of the tax fisting of 81 members, arrived in'' scientist, philosopher, 1901. lie close at hand. Work will
:!! born. Died March :!
County. falls more heavily on persons of small and Governor John M. Martin has I Key West this morning en route t i 1772. 9'1 18G7-Vincente Blasco Ihanez, be accomplished with celerity and

.ISntered at Key \\4=st. Florida, as second class matter moderate means than on the wealthy. commended The Citizen for the to Havana where a number of con- Spanish novelist, born. Died Jan. !I pass out of mind as quickly; the

FIFTV-SIXTH 1C4K i certs are to be given under the 1737-Thomas Paine, political i 28, 1928. events of life will come and go
That is all well. But a stand it has taken against the
very very but the end
the manner,
in same
'I auspices of Cuban musical organi. writer and deirt whose I
Meiafcer .C the Auoclatrd 1T vital point that the people do not realizeis wiretappers', who, were gathering:I zations. The orchestra will remain :', writings -the. 1870-Allen Johnson, teacher, will not come till a mark has been'
3 he Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use here i to us* this place as something during Revolutionary ,
..r rcpublleatlon of all news dispatches credited tIt this: There is no other kind of tax, so of a stamping' ;I In the Cuban capital tone !, War revived the'drooping ardor historian editor and biographer, made on the roll of fame.
credited In this and .1.! ground to carry on I Lowell, Mass. Died in
or nut otherwise paper I week. born at
the, local news published I l.cro.One far as the effect is concerned, than the this nefarious) ;work this winter.I !j of Died the patriots, born ;jn England.' : Washington, D. C.. Jan. 18, 1931. I Subscribe to The Citizen.
I i New York, June 8, 1809.
governor, 'in' his letter remarked -
. SIHSCKIPTIOV: hATES sales tax. .
I Editorial Comment: Poets used I l--=- ---- -- ---- -- -- '
Tear _ _ ..._____UO.OO that .not only Key West ---- - -- --
Six Months _________________________________ 5.01 Every tax must be paid, and paid in ers but all lovers ahould.commend *'.I I to ,write verses about the tinkling! 175& Henry Le ., : ("Light- !
Ihfee Months
full the ultimate of jot sleigh bells!'!; b t.poems on the Horse Harry"), gallant soldier of!I
Dae Month .0' by consumers goods The Citizen in its fight'against
Weekly .-_ _ .n rattling of loose automobile (:n.1 the Revolution, Virginia gover-! THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
these malefactors. f
and products.. Every tax levied increasesthe i
gines and equipment do not sound nor, born in Prince William Co., i i KEY WEST

known on application. HATESMade cost of necessities and luxuries we I I BO inspiring. j Va. Died March 25. 1818. {I a* at tK. close of bu.ine.. Deceml 31, 1934,
Deputy Sheriffs Cleveland Dil- I'
SPECiAL NOTICE need and buy and use. When we buy a -- -- > Comptrollers Call
Jon and Herman assisted \
-JL11 reading notices, cards of thank., resolutions ofr Albury
17G1-Albert Gafatin, famed j
**p ct. obituary notice*, ote., will be charge" fur at pair of shoes we must pay a score of taxes by Constable Leroy Torres and 1 Miss Thelma Almyda, daughter ] \ RESOURCESLoans I
iLe rate of 19 cents a line I lof Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Almjda! > American statesman, Secretary and Investments .... $ 305,639.43
lI revenue tier s for Is to entertainments be derived are by 5 cuurcben cents a line.from whlcbk -the tax that was paid by the raiser of made Sergeant a seizure of Police of liquor John found Roker in, and William Axe were married of the Treasury, financier and I Overdrafts ..._.............._... 71.61
The Churn Is an open forum and Invite. discus- the cattle, by the railroad that transportedthem automobile I last evening at the home of the :* diplomat, born in Genoa. Died j Banking House. Furnitureand
an the
Sun of public Issues and subjects of local or general yesterday at bride, 515 Margaret street. Rev.I at Astoria, N. Y., Aug. 12, 18-19.1 Fixtures ............ 33,082.33
merest! but it will not publish anonymous communi.. by the factory that tanned and cured foot of Duval street and on the
of Bonds of States and Possessions -
j William E. Bryant, pastor i ii Ii
utr/ua. the leather, by the manufacturer, by the south shore. There were eight i Street Methodist church !' 1835-Richard A. ICCurl1y.1 of the United

Everything we have taxed-even; distributor, and finally, that paid by the demijohns of the wet goods confiscated -'officiated.Fleming The young couple have' Kew York lawyer capitalist, prosi i: States ...................___ 139,370.68
together with the automobile ident of the Mutual Life Insurin -i! Dther Bonds and Securities 71,20..03Stock
our credulity and patience.A dealer is included in the cost of the pairof and they were both taken to many friends in Key West all of i I of the Federal- Reserve

shoes we get. That is true of food, the county jail and placed in care whom extend congratulations and Key West within the next few !i I Bank ..........._....... 6,000.00
best wishes for a happy married: Temporary Federal Deposit
of the sheriff.
I days and will take on of the
entertainment and
clothing, everythingelse. : life. Insurance fund 1,954.01United s
Chicago lady cook quit because the I --- : teams in Key West. The Cuban ,. States Govern

man of the..house spoke to her rudely over Charles, S. Baxter, chief representative ,, I i aggregation- is said to be composed ment Obligations direct
The "common people" families of of the Butler interests! There will be but few more of some of the fastest .and fully guaranteed -

the phone, thinking he was.,talking to his'wife. moderate income-have the most to lose which are developing Key Largo. ', reports received: of vessels passing players in Cuba and the gamesto ..... ....... ...,...$832.744.73
. ' . .?,..-., had many complimentary things/ ,, Key, ,West as the weather 'bureau be played in Key West should' Cash end due from Banks 495,168.97 1,327,913.70:
;2"! .. .'ft ) from tax extravagance, and the most to to say about Key West while discussing -!,' auxiliary., station at Sand Key is be highly interesting. especially .

.h'.1 '.f gain from tax economy. There aren't the situation with a''rep- to be discontinued February 1. as the first game is to be between I $1,888.235.19LIADILITIES

bombs exploded in Havana yes' I resentative of The Citizen. Among Reports ,showed: nine vessels IKWjn the Married Men's quintet which i _ .. -- -
Eight .
enough rich in this country to the ( ........ ,,
{ carry "
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: l0o.Oeo.o'qSurpIusandVndivide4
bound Capital ; ;;
other yesterday all of them i.- .. .: -
That's and desira le.plate.tol things, he said that the bond,J i has a record- of 24 straight games . '
not-.a safe
t terday.. '\ cost.,of..government for a week-all but a west. : Trofjts.; ,4. \U,001Uj
issue of one year ago to begin won. Local promoters of the games .... ..
CirculatJon_ .._ '
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spend 'at the present small1 part of government income stems indirectly work on the proposed road to the say; the capacity of the Athletic Deopo its\ :...If: :" ...,,, ;" ,, :;:::. ,1.1.33,228.a7l. ..
time. .It is better tb bo safe than sdrry.. from workers and salaried people mainland, elicited the admirationof The fast University of Havana Club will be tested to the limitto .., t'\7t'. }!, t'7 "' .--:' -
many people in all parts of the basketball team is due to arrive hold the crowd tomorrow night. 1888235.79
and from those who have a little comingin ,

There a people in Key West who from investments. The sales tax byname -

understand more about automobile fuel may be unpopular-but we all payit. .. f....... .: :.. ....: .. .. '. . ... . ..... S :''.:.: .<.::.... ... .: .. .. 'p::.' C..'
tlr they do alout body fuel, and are We cannot get rid of it-but we can, 3 e .> 'O( )4 .ich* >;'t! *, I
seemingly less concerned about the lat by mass action, demand governmental 'S 5'"S 4 TSft; W iVA0v

ter. economy, efficiency and retrenchmentthat '

will lower its cost.OPPORTUNITY I .l I-

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The beneficence of a community falls .,v -'
4s- 4 *- > ;"

on taxpayers and tax dodgers alike.! -KeyWobt FOR WOMEN .'. .... .,'.
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; Citizen. Is face red?-St. .. .
: your 1k ' .
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Augustine Record. Consult the delinquentlocal I Modern social life is being gradually, p '
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tax list.There but widely, altered through the entry of ,. > :'

woman into business and commercial ac 4 ,. .

tivity. Even in Key West the old idea : : ;; ,......:..,.." e
is sufficient amount of
a :
money #:
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available now. What the country needsis that a woman, once married, retired to her >:.: : t .,

confidence. This will not come aboutas home for the purpose of keeping house and .. .. ,, :

raising a family, is being shot to pieces.Of 5-
long as the air is filled with inflationary t S 4 SyS, t'S..

scheir.es, and social legerdemain to force course, like all other alterations of .

the established order this change has ** _.. 5' 4tri'4.4
prosperity before the time for parturition. pro- i: 'S t 4r

duced some absurdities, but, on the whole, tie;
we believe it is working for the best interests -

Resides paying damages amounting to of everybody. Particularly, it is to ( :: t : :. :
som.e $50,000, Uncle Sam has to apologizeto ;
the interest of women. Before the open- 1'S... S ; '5 '5* '
the Canadian government for the sink- L .
ing up of opportunities for making her liv- '::,..., 3)
ing of the rum-running schooner "I'm i ,
ing the average woman had to do one of 1 4'.SS "
Alone. Jonah wants to know how Uncle z sq' g9S7
these things in order to keep from starv- S
Sam apologizes. "Does he get down on his
I ing, either marry, live on male charity or .
knees, write a letter or just shake hands.
else throw herself on the streets. /4 ,
Jonah has us stumped again. X' <::::""
The fact that Women can make their & .
way in commercial activities and retain '. ".
The objectionable feature of Oroi- I ci
I t ..
their self-respect, without being dependent .. "'... ". Lsy
1c .
306 will be rectified
as ,
nance tupon the men of the world, gives to womenin .. : :,'..,> '...
editorially in The Citizen and predictedthat ,
general an independence that is good e S ,t
it would be. Over of observa- /
years for us all. It will also enable them to i t 7
tion this has found that the public
paper make the men toe the mark in domesticlife St
officials particularly the County Commissioners '
I which after all is not a bad idea.
and the City Council, yield to the ;
5ss A
mandate of the people without having to CIVILIZATION ASTOUNDS CONVICT Sf S.s : s
ol1jc'' called to account' in ti 'scurrilous. nim'J .: -, +5 h ,, S.- '" > ,kSs*;> *f r&tyzz*
I r n4s S1
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J jer. 1\ . :';, Pity poor Benjamin Ullmo, who served ,, z s4St v O$tr}% &*&$&* Jgs't .
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a 26-year entence on Devil's Island, far- '
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The Citizen welcomes}:..the; Key West famed French penal olony, and un I 4 -4 1 4$ si > 5 4Ul'.ssst

,Philatelic Society ,recently organized."Philatelists tti4 j s Y f Lr
1 doubtedly yearned in his prison for the *' c"J l' '

..' will observe wiU jleasure'that opportunity to return to "civilization." tea 4t'5 /S't" j

the organization has inaugurated a free The other day he went back to France J.
.$ '.. ...4. 5r'-i,.:'..'.' . se
service and an expert will classify any I and, after a short stay, voluntarily went s esj

stamp brought to headquarters of the or- back to Devil's Island. He was disappointed -

ganization and give its history. In inaugurating with what he found and it might : f5 ::. .
this free service for the peopleof interest you to know what this ex-convict .. S. ,

this city, the society believes it is doingits thought about the modern world. .

share, in its own peculiar way, in the lIe was "struck" most with "the t

rehabilitation of Key West. I extraordinary spiritual collapse of the <

world and the decline in conscience and in- ..

The building of the Great Pyramid of telligence." That's hard criticism, corn- IS : .: '. ;;: ; .
"k' .
Gizch, err.nloying 100,000 men for 20 ing from a convict. He was less impressedwith *k '": : : : ,

years, suggests that some of the so-called'' "material progress" and the loweringof ;
modern work-relief plans were tried as de- j moral standards but astounded at the *? :

presion cures some 5000 years ago, the '; 'immeasurable stupidity" of present-day .
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Rev West Citizen observes. We've improved -|i humanity which regards itself as "so S 'c.re.s 4r Stt I. I. t s.i

working conditions and wages con- i! superior." i *; si ) one-jinovm

iderably since then, but some of our relief -j i Readers of The Citizen might think ... .
t. ::. "t : .. .' .
projects may prove no more profitable. ': this over. It is possible that the man from ..v.r 4 S. l1s/

Thnk; of the tourists Egypt has attractedyear
after year to \'iethe pyramids. i :::.: : J 4' \** 1 Smokers; of Chesterfield, .:are funny that < : .... :,:' fj-* .8
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Miami News. So let's build a pyramid in i BUSINESS IMPROVES c 4 ** .. ,. "' 'fVtr&
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Florida, or anyway a tower about a thousand 5'I \i-v way, you can hardly move 'em. They .,

feet high. That would take you up Reports from many sections of the "

into the clouds, where the canal boosters :: country indicate that there has been avery t4
p like 'em and evermore
are and would attract \"isitors.-P. E. B. in definite improvement in business dur- r evermore they ,4f4.
I .d
Tampa Tribune. If it should be decidedto ;, ing the past twelve months and that increased :::5't4.5e : ''.$ . 'S tf'e . S .. .. . 4.;. .

build a pyramid in Florida, where couldit II t! optimism exists in regards to the II I ? stick to 'em. Chesterfields are milder they -'

be built without causing a jealous com- .j prospects for 1935. S v : *4 / : f',.?: v5t iiteMr % **-- /4, .1:1': ,q

motion all over the state and all over the : The Citizen believes that these reports -

Jnited States for that matter. To para- I reflect the true condition of the nat -
phrase Hoover's "A chicken in every pot" tion and that Key. West is approaching

let's have a pyramid in every state. I better business than for some years past,

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LEXOY RUSSELL. IN Complainant CII"' %CERr.

Chapter 46 are bound to come right In the long V*. Fte-teleaure of Lira

run. I expect they can't quite makeup .f Tax Certificate.
their minds what to do about Mrs STAFF his wife If mar. \
YVITII both hands gripping the Gowlland." ned and If dead their unknown
* heirs deviates,
tiller. Jerry drove straight for "How Is she?" I asked. "You wentto I .- -.- other
the cap. A deluge; of sort swept see her last night! dldnt yoa?" baring or claiming anInt..rt'1It
Molly nodded. "She's still at the I I i to the. property herein
over us. half filling the well bat ROJAS DEFEATS BUSY BEES DOWN BARNEY ROSSWINS described
same house in charge ot that police Defendant
shaking herself like a drenched do;. and ORDER OP
woman. They've been quite nice PUBLICATIONIt

the stout Uttle ship struggled gallantly all that sort of thing, but even now WARREN IN BOUT ADAMS' PLAYERS [ IN BOUT the complainant appearing by filed the sworn In the Bill abo\of

on.Twice she doesn't know whether they'regoing stated cause, that the residence of

she bumped heavily pitching to prosecute her. the defendant, John R- Staff and
"I wish they'd settle It one way nICK I lrfih
me against: the raiL Then another ned l unknown; that complainant
or the other. I've taken a couple of does not know and has not
blinding torrent poured In furnished rooms for her at Bourne- 11 been able to ascertain nether said
bows and with final and ittheyll I defendants, John R. Staff and Mrs.
over our a con- mouth under another name
OTHER FIGHTS OF Staff his wife If married, are
vuUIre shudder we slithered for- only let her out she can go j alive or dead: that If said defendants -
well. After thatI are dead, that complainantdoes
down there and
ward Into deep water."They've get PRELIMINARY NATURE PUT ONE GAME PLAYED DUE TO MIAMI LAST NIGHT DURING not know and has not been
mean to give her some money and i I
able to ascertain their heirs devisees
found It-look at !
em send her to New Zealand. She's got ON AT HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM PREVAILING COOL WEATHER 'I HARD BATTLE WITH CHALLENGER grantees or other claimants;
Jerry's voice rang out clear above an unmarried brother out there. that complainant verily believes

the roar of the breakers. and openIng who's devoted to her. She's goingto that there are other unknown per-
sons having or claiming an Interestin
my eyes I stared back over the live on his farm and look after the real estate described In said

dripping counter. I was Just In time him. bill of complaint, and described as
I follows: In Monroe County Flor- .
to witness the end. (By OSCAR PITA) I Due to continued cool weather, (!Special! t. The Cltlsn) ida, to-wlt:

Fifty yards behind us. In the very -yOUTlE a brick. Molly." I said. "Baby Face" Rojas 158.pounds only one game was played of the MIAMI Jan. 29.-The "Cardof Being a part of GovernmentLots Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres
3, i, and C of Section 18,
center of the fairway the big cut- her hair. "I wish all brought out his fighting tog from scheduled doubleheader at Bay- Champions," which' was scheduled Township C3 South of Range fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted

ter was slewing drunkenly round. I beautiful women were as kind as the moth ball trunk and blasted !I view Park last night. 38 East, and being on Plantation I
Home Site Hotels Owner needs
saw Orloff spring to his feet. and you are." fcr Thursday night of last Key, and is more particularly or Apartments. money

at the same Instant the heavy boom She leaned over and kissed me. the high hopes of Duke Warren,I'!I The diamondball ten represent.ing week, being deferred on account I described as follows I and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
submission Being the S. W'ly portion of Lot
be Nick.. There's 153 pounds, of Atlanta into the Busy Bee Bakery defeated _
with crash.It "Don't foolish.
over a so
swung i according to a of the
caught him full on the side of nothing kind about helping Mrs. in the third stanza of a the Adams Dairy outfit to the of chilly weather until last night, estate of J. B. Pinder map deceased Ideal Spot for Apartment House A REAL BARGAIN-Waterfront

the bead knocking him backwardsInto Cowl Land-why. I just feel 1 can'tdo scheduled 8-round bout at the I.tune of 8 to 3. and which for a time looked like Mid map being recorded In Corner lot size 100 Ly 115 feet,J I Key
Plat Book I, page 81, Monroe property oa Largo at
the sea. Then a huge wave i too much for her. If she hadn't high school gym last night It : With two safeties out of three I i I another postponement would be County, Florida Records. The frontrac Hotel Casa Marina

broke against the stranded' vessel.burying told! us the truth, we'd never have was the main bout of Nebo's weeky tries IL Gates proved to be the i j I I declared on account of a drizzling portion of ground herein conveyed Southern and Eastern exposure.! Tavernier, 150 feet fronting At

: her from,my sight beneath I found the formula." fight show. |['leader at bat. Close behind him 1*I rainat .the outset, was finally here the commences Wly boundary at the of po1 said.t Don't miss this; it !is a barftin.Litting I lantic Ocean extending back to

a clond of "Talking of that." I said "1 won. Lucilo Ward '|I Lot Overseas Highway distance 525
.spray, Warren's defeat came as a big came Carbonell. and 1 Intersects with the Atlantic No. 73. j I ; ,

Ii H. 'surprise to the handful of speda. )! all of whom batted .500. II staged with approximately. 13,000 boundary Ocean line: thence in a N.along\Vly said direction ': i feet fronting; road from Overseas

tors who saw the milling. Local !;j: Honors in the field went to the fans in attendance J3: feet to the right-of- NONE BETIER-EDtire block Highway to water. This i is part of
enthusiasts !1 Acevedo brothers Ward and Pena In the''main bout of the big way of the F. E. C. Railway routine Yacht Batin on North
ring expected to Seethe .
Company; thence In a N. Ily: Beach .size 148 feet, 6 inches by .n estate that 'must be settled.
'I' card last
reverse. playing bang-up ball. night Barney Ross came direction along said right-of-
j|i I Score by innings: out victorious over Frankie Klick, way 260 feet: thenee at right 150 feet..Tola would be ideal spot $1,200 takes it. Act quick.' List
Warren opened the first round angles in a S. Ely direction for
pi-Irate borne or Apartment ing No. 40.Corner .,
LH.E. challenger, after a hard-fought 356 feet to the Atlantic Ocean
with a lightning left to the head'' ; Jaayelti.ate' while the
- Adams .. 000 003 000-3 4 8 battle. Ross retained his title. thence at right angles along the Houte.
-q that had Rojas under cover but shoreline In S. is
direction No.
a Wly price right Lilting 132. Business
the Atlanta fighter failed to keep Bees ...... 310 300 Olx-8 10 3 Joe Knight and Tony Shucco, 200 feet to the point of begin Daval street. Owner Property offers this on

_ _ _ _ I I the good work and allowed the i I Batteries: Tynes, Ward and Pel'licier light heavyweights, fought to a ning. The last mentioned Beautiful located home on North
up '
I j I boundary being beach at sacrifice. First
a mean. property a great
_______ "Wild Bull of el Barrio de lasPinos" : ; W. Gates and M. Acevedo. draw in a ten-round bout, both der.Also f'Beach fronting Yacht Basin. (3,000 cash offer takes it. Worth
to work himself inside !1! Summary: Three base hit: l giving a good exhibition as ring : The S. Wly portion of Grounds corer half block, with
) Lot II according to said, map I I I more than double. Don't miss this
where he put in some damaging I]I I Ward; two base hits: Carbonell, contenders. of J. it. Pinder's Estate, recordedIn large two-story home. opportunity. Listing No. 218.

-.' blows about the body. Warren'!i I Lucilo; stolen bases: Gonzalez; Max Baer world's heavyweight Plat nook 1. page lit, Mon I fronts on three streets propert"l[

\ _____________ succeeded in breaking away from I II I I struck out: by Tynes 1, by Ward champon clowned around with and roe County beginning, Florida at the Records point fered for half its actual value. Improved Angela

I the exchange by jabbing his way 1, by Gates C; bases on balls: off Jimmy Maloney in a four-round where the Western boundary of Don't miss this bargain. ListingNo. I property
street, of Duval
I mid Lot 14 intersects with the next to corner
Tynes 2, off Ward 2, off Gates er. with not a single real blow 178.
out. Rojas sparred for another F. 1-:. C. Ry.; thence along said : street Size 99 by 94, 8 inches.
opening to get in but Duke was I 4; hits: off Tynes 8 in 4 innings; delivered, the fight; being a plain boundary In a N. Wly direc- I Improvement this

the and earned runs Busy Bee 3. Adams and simple exhibition affair. tion 1174 feet to the Waters of Two-story home on Flagler on property
retreat occasionally
on the Bay; thence at right angles consists of two frame
cut loose with a few left jabs that 2; wild pitches: Gates 4, Tynes 1; The card furnished an eveningof along the Waters of the Hay In Avenue corner property, ideal lo.cationjust tuildings, one used one-story for business,
time of game: 1:10; umpires: real sport for the large numberof a N. E'ly direction 200 feet; the home you are.
kept the Cuban puncher away. thence In tad the other for dwelling. $1,600
Lopez and Gonzalez. fans at the Municipal Stadium. an Easterly direction looking for. Listing No. 245.
Both fighters were breathing 1174 feet, more or less to the 11 I takes it. Terms be arranged.
-. _ _ _ _ _ _ Standing of the Senior Diamond- }o'. E. C. Ry. right-of-way; may
: heavy as the first round ended.In I ..................-..... I thence in a S. Wly direction Exceptional Bargain-Furnished Listing No. 218 A.
_ _ _ _ ball League follows: .
the second canto Warren I 1 I along said F. E. C. Ry. right-
I home WLJtehead]
CJub- W. L. Pet. of-way 250 feet to the point of two-story on
(e % . again made a mistake by going I I Busy Bee. ._.._ 3 1 .750 CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN beginning. Said lot of land be- (street in exclusive neighborhood, Hero is a real home-Bungalow

to mix it up with his much heavier Adams Dairy ._ -._ 1 2 .333 ing about CH acres<< more or [ fronting Coral Park and beautiful Laving 7 rooms, all modern improvemenU .

: opponent. Rojas landed some telling I Lopez Funeral Home 1 2 .333 less.The first parcel of land I view of ocean. No better location ; 80 rose trees or more
.. blows to Warren's midsectionand herein described containing 1% I ia yard 10 different kinds of
; _____________ could be found and the price Is ;
acres, more less.
the Atlanta boy called the or fruit trees and two bearing .
_ _ _ I'I ..5555555Ss55aS55S55SS. Also: On the Island knownas right. Listing No. 265. grape
referee's attention to low blows. GOLF MATCHES Plantation Key and knownon vines. Located ODe half block
a. The third man in the ringas well FOR RENT Gee L. MacDonald's amended Ideal Home, corner of Fleming from City Park in a most desirable
plat of Government Lots 3, 6 and
.- -: VA.VSWAM3EWI as ringside fans, failed" to see any THURSDAY SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All 6, Section II. Township 63 and White streets overlooking t reighborhood. Near school church

illegal blow Duke opened a gash ON ( modern conveniences. South. Range 38 East, recordedIn government reservation. Southern I and Yacht Basin. Size of lot. 80

I stared back over the dripping counter.It above Rojas' left eye with consi'tent Bathing and fishing at your Plat County Book, Florida I, page Records 101, Monroe a* and eastern .exposure.: : This property I by 90 feet. Price, $5,500. Terms

was Jerry who was the first der when we shall bear from Avon. sharp blows. The former truck back door. Frank Johnson follows: The Easterly half of I is offered at a bargain And half cash. Listing No. 120.
Lot 3 having of
a frontage 272
to speak. He's had It for over a week now." driver paid no attention to the LOSERS WILL BE HOSTS TO Colonial Hotel Building. feet, .6. Inches, along the F. E. oa terms. Listing No. 11. II .

"Which of the swine was It. "Oh. I'm not worrying. Father blood driping from his eye and jan7-tf C. Ry. right-of-way and a frontage Seven.Room Bungalow In most
WINNERS AT DINNERTO of 300 feet more or less, Her is you pportuaity for
Nick?" he asked. Not by any never made mistakes, and besides. continued to bore in with Warrenon along the Atlantic Ocean, containing I Utirable residential section. All

chance your pal Peter?" according: to Mr. Cresswell. Sir William )- the retreat. Just before the BE GIVEN FURNISHED APARTMENT 5 two and three-quarters income property-Locatio. Unit I modern conveniences. House In tie

I spat out a large mouthful of was absolutely convinced the bell Rojas landed a side swing! : I Rooms and Bath Laundry Tuba. (2 3-4) acres, more or leas. Thedivision ed street near Whit. street. : test of condition. Open plumbing,

the North Sea. moment he read IL They must test which carried full force, and con Garage and Telephone. 514 said plat.of said lot being shownon Southern exposure. Improvementsconsists : etc. This Is real bargain; $3,*

"I'm afraU co." I replied. 11'svery the thing, of course and that's nected Mitchell on the side of the Margaret. jan12 Also: On the Island known of two small cottage new. : 500 takes it. Term can .. ar.
annoying because: there w requite bound to take a little time Thursday afternoon is going to as Plantation Key and knownon I ly repaired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. II.UaiMJWo..d .
body. The former :Marine droppedto Geo.
a lot of things I wanted to say "Well I wish they'd hurry up." I his knee with and tooka be a big time for a lot of the LOST plat of Government L. MacDonald's Lots amended 3. 5 and one and rent the oth.... Terms can ;

to him." said. "If It'. all correct 1 shall have a groan golf players. Another of those I. of Section U, Township S3 he had and the price is right. List.
Building Lot. Size
to buy some striped trousers and a count of nine. lie tried to tell matches that makes the golfing LOST-Lady's Large Black Bicycle South Range 3* East, recordedIn ing No. 49. ,
the referee the blow was low butit Plat Book 1, page 101, Monroe 50 by 150 feet) location, Eagle
morning coat. One can't
marry a trimmed in White. Old.
-rvONT get up Nick darling. HILJ fraternity sit up and take notice County Florida Public Avenue Meacham sub-division.
light It for )'ou.- millionairess in a lounge suit didn't work as every one saw will be played on the local course. Return, reward, 925 White- Records, as follows: The For location, this cannot be : ,
There was a bang outside. followed the punch was clean. Easterly half of Lot 12., havinga beat-Corner lot, fronting Price, $Sso. Terms can be arrang
and held It head street. oc..j
Moily struck a One team, the Sand Crabs will jan26-St frontage of 250 feet along the ed. No. 92.
to the clgaret which I had just by voices In the hall and the :Mitchell was really hurt and! be captained by Johnny Kir cMn- F. E. C. Ry. right-of-way anda next: : to Hotel Casa Marina,

placed between my lips. net moment Jerry and Mr. Cress- was helped to his corner by his PERSONAL frontage of 180 feet along the street and sidewalk, and sea, wall
well appeared in the doorway."I I baum and will meet an aggregation Bay of Florida. And containIng fronting property. Investigate this Fishing Camp, Big Pin Key-
"What did the doctor think about seconds where they worked hardon eight and
said: they'd have some good known as the Divot Diggers STOMACH GAS I one-Quarter at Property must be oU. Size of property, 100 feet water
you this morning she asked the Marine. ULCER PAINS. ( 1-4) acres, more or less. The once
lie was most enrnurcetns; Said news!" Molly jumped up and darted Warren to the triedto I who are led by the redoubtable AND INDIGESTION victims division of said lot being shown Lifting No. 188. frontage by 400 feet. Price $3-
them. do game core warrior Curry Harris. on said plat.
towards "Oh. tell us what 500. Termsi half cash An additional
that I'd mended In great style suffer For relief
up why quick
And It
answer the bell for the third. I appearing from
It K I can see I'm right from The losers in each foursome will Here is opportunity 'of a
and that as far as he could see the your get a free sample of Udga I said sworn bill that the complainant an 300 feet of water frontageby
faces" round and after taking a count of 1 I be the hosts at another of those I verily believes that each life four
shoulder would be as good as ever I I doctor's time-Two-atory. name, 400 feet adjoining this property .
a prescription
Jerry caught hertwo hands and nine sitting in his corner on the I I Thursday dinners. The pairings 'of said defendants are over the age "and 'kitcheis first floor .
I settled myself back gingerly I at Gardner's Pharmacy. : of twenty-one years; that there Is rooms on ; canalso b*, purchased. 1 If;, ...
drawing, her toward ,bins. kissed stool, tore at Rojas with murder will be announced in tomorrow's t no four bed and bath' 'seeendloorf L
against the cushions. "I'll bate person or persons In the State of rooms OB sired. Would) make size of property
these bandages off in another week." her gently; but. firmly'cn.,the.''Up ot in .his eyes, but the Cuban fighter J I issue of The Citizen.eaeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeoeo r.z1'Ii(1\. : ( 4 jan7891416212223282930xBICYCLES. .Florida the service of a summons ( all modern conveniences; ; then 400 by 409!>> feeL Take
the nosa ,, f . '. J met him in the ting with slashing I I '"dw'.x t' }.,t I chancery upon whom would bind and
I added "and then we can get mar j' '- ::- said defendants or any of them. instantaneous water heater advantage .1 this offer. ListingNo.
rled." "Keep coolmy. child. 'he'ialfl: blows to the body.. Once again' **** It Is therefore Ordered that a.tifdd..ndanta "electric- pump: ;| garage, ete This 71. -
"this Celtic impalslvenes Is ml of'' Warren .his knees and John R. Staff and Mrs, ,
dropped to
Molly gave a little contented is part'of an estate that .at'Le
WE RENT the Hour
place sickroom." lie turned Today's BirtM $ by Day or Staff, his wife if married, and
laugh. "Uctter say a fortnight., ; You !, Cress a well **What to Referee. Pete Nebo stopped the 1 V.1' r,Week. Repair all makes and if dead, their unknown heirs,, devisees settled"", Property ia the Lest of "Her is 'a :Real, Snap fa' 'WaterFront
.fr. about
: It? he
might hart it again "if you started 1njulred.Shan! I spill the glad tldics. milling and awarded the decision I I 1.S 5,5 5..5 5....55 - .' ; ,1 5 jjajnt'themwith Nu-Enamel. We and all, grantees persons, having or ether or claimants claiming: condition and $1300 cash: takesit. Property i i. business section

hugging me too loon or will they come ,more' im'presshely to Rojas by technical knockout.In I I John D. Rockefeller, Jr. f'l'New' carry'a .full supply of parts. ai interest in and to the real property Worth double. Listing No. of the city-Size '134 by %18' feeL
/ "All\ the best &;aU1ei., I objected the other two bouts Kil Pee '' hereinbefore described be and '
: in'I 264.
"have' certain element of danger. from yon?" Wee York City philanthropist born Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles they are hereby required to appearto Machine shop and lumber shed en

add their The lawyer smiled.! "Go ahead and Young Marchante fought I I Cleveland, 61 years ago. and sell them as low as $1.00 the bill of complaint filed In said property. $18,000 takes it. Termsi
It's to to attrac
supposed four cause on before If interested i i. email
good rounds to draw. While or Monday the 4th are
a yon
with your report. Sir Jerrold. I am I I per week. J. L. Stowers Music day of A. IX one-third cash. Listing No. 155.
tion. February 1935. other.
The door opened and Dawson advanced convinced! that you will do full justice in the second preliminary Young I Company. janl8.lmoMISCELLANEOUS wise the allegations of said bill individual Islands act before
to it." Cuco and Bobby Waugh foughtto Edward F. McGrady of Boston will toe taken as confessed by said prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner prop
towards the sofa carrying of Labor. defendants
"Well. It's real: dyedin-tbe-wool even terms also. Assistant Secretary It Is further Ordered locations are right. Our exclusive: erty. Sine 50 by 100 feet. I. tbo
a tray. this
"Your beef tea.: sir. hush-hush stuff% Jerry seated him. Pete Nebo brother of Promoter born at Jersey City N. J., 63 Order be published once each week listing can fill your wants main business block on Duval

I I eyed him with some disfavor self on the foot of the sofa. "You John came to the rescue and years ago.Adolph; CASH PAID for used furniture for Key four West consecutive Citizen a weeks In The street. Is offered at a great sacrifice

"I'm sick of beef teaI I saId. understand that. of course. Whenwe financed the fights after a long 1013 Southard street. lished fn Monroe County newspaper Florida.pub. Water front property on Big for a quick sale. Take advantage -

"Couldn't I have something else just got to Whitehall we were shown argument by Warren who did not A. Berle, Jr., of New janl7-lmoz Dated December 21th. A. D. 1134. Pine Key near hotel and peat of .f this opportunity. Listing

for a changer"Not straight! into old Deckenham's: private want to fight with such a small York. New York's City Chamberlain Clerk(SEAL)of Circuit EOSS Court c. SAWYER of Monroe fice fronting 300 feet of water No. 64.

until lunch time. sir. The sanctum.: crowd I braintruster, born in Boston, WANTED County. Florida. and 400 feet om County Road. I
"The Assistant Commissioner RAYMOND R. LORD This location cannot be better. The
Most pespir.
firm that
doctor particularly on Johnto
was Pete a good sport. asked 40 Solicitor for
point." there too and some other bloke go through with the programand years ago.GoVernor WANTED-A chance to bid on .' Complainant.jaal- .15-22-2, price is right and terms can be arranged. ty on Southard street. Size, 50

who, 1 gather. Is :a bit of a noise at next printing order. The Listing No. 79. feet. Improvements
Molly patted my arm. lIe a good he would see to it that each ;your feet, 2 Inches by 137
boy and drink it up. Nick Jerry and the F.O. Ccckcnhsm. did most of the fighter would their Leslie A. Miller of Artman Pres aug7 J V T1IK COfNTV JlDfeCTI COl'RT consists of a two-stery
talk!.. get dough. IN! AND KOK MONROE Acreage on Big Pine Key. Thisis I
!: Wyoming born at Junction City COLftTl.:
Mr. Cresswell will! be here ia a few eight-room home, fronting South
I "lie began by explaining that the KIXmiDA. it! PROBATE. water front property on the At.
minutes. and they're sure to buesome Kans., 49 years ago. FOR SALE In Re: Estate of ard street, and a six-room cottage,
reason be d sent fcr us was because CLAUDE O. BABCOCK.Deceaaed.. lantic and fronts Newfound
news for us. i BILLIARD GAMESAT fronting alley in rear of property.First .
certain! things had happened that Harbor
Size of 150
"I 1 hope so, I sad! taking :a reluctant No.
i both the police and the Government U. S. Senator Walter F. George NOTICE TO CREDITORS 2.700 take it. Lilting
sip. "I don't know exactly what I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. To all creditors and all pernons hav acres. The pric. is right Terms:
the Home Office are playing at. but i were prnlc; ihrly!: anxious to <..*.* CLUB TONIGHT of Georgia, born at Preston Ga., aur.7 ing claims or demands against' One-third cash sad balance can 197.
out of the neWllpl1 ,ers.tCO'J1r13"t ." 57 years ago. said Estate:
its quite time they got a move on be arranged. Listing No. 69.
You and each of aM
I ,
you are hereby A Cottage laving 7 rooms
Its{, TCHII .lIr".17' otJ
of some sort. I OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two notified and required to present
Ideal Home Sit. On North bath in most desirable
". been horribly slow" U. S. Senator Kenneth McKel- bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office any claims and demaads which you
Nick and Molly set some goeS TOURNAMENT TO CLOSE or Cither -of you may have against Beach Unimproved comer lot, i IM best of condition, en lot BO by,
agreed: Molly. ..thJ the same things, new. tomorrow I lar, of Tennessee, born at Richmond oetlfi the estate of Claude U. Babcoclc
WITH PLAYING OF SCHEDULED Ala. 66'years deceased lat..of MonroeCounty size 99 by 150 feet, fronting :65 feet. located om Southard street
_. ; ago. Florida to. three TUs White; street. Owner offers
- --- --- - MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 Ihf HOD Hugh Gunn, streets, riparian rights. near

.....S S S S 5555 555.555.55 I, Miss Aquin Carthy of Winnipeg -i : CONTESTS sheets $1.25. The Artman his County office Judge in the of County Monroe Courthouse County, at is the spot to build your .home on, I this proprty for 3.000 If sold 1m

Man.. knocked down 907 I I Hugh E. Wilson of Illinois. Minister Press, Citizen la :MonroeCounty.. Florida withineight I and the price is right. listingNo. !, tao next. 60 days listing No.
In born BUild'Utg.junz7tf calendar months
Today History | to Switzerland, at from the 212. 189.
pins out of a possible 1,000 in a I The billiard tournament will I I Ill. SO date of the first publication hereof
........ ..... Evanston years ago. All lalm-t and demands
.... .8.0..11820DiedKing i not
bowling match believed to be end the i
aworld's to at
j! come an tonight PRINTING: .-QoaJity Printing At within the time and in the All the above and additional improved and unimproved
III record for women bowlers. i Duval Club. manner prescribed herein shall
George be
I 1 I Owen Davis, noted playwright, the Lowest Prices. The Art- barred as provided by law. business and residential properties in the city,
of England. ruler American The scheduled will beginat
during game The born at Portland, :Maine 61 teats nan Press. aog? HARRIET Dated January 25, A. D itss and acreage on the Florid Key. too numerous to mention
Revolution. i 8 o'clock sharp. BABCOCK
.._ Unemployed in 28 nations declined :I era are McCarthy and ago.% Am Executor of the Last Will and are listed in our office. Call and make known your want

contend-I I BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now Testament of Claude O. Babcock
1861-Kansas admitted to' 1,000,000,000 in 1934. F. Stickney and A. lOc each or 3 for "%tic "at The Decea! jaB2; bS-12-lf prices and terms are right.

Statehood. I game will be for 100 Berton Braley. author born at Artmaa Press.Phone lit, Citi-

.47 and injure 170 in raid on Lon- Immediately after this tourna- Madison Wis., 53 Tears -ago.; sea Building;: octl6 3EARUP-S DRY CLEANING

191C-More than a score killed (don. ment the singles :will be playedand WORKS. 814 MARGARET ST. PAUL BOYSEN COMPACT

by aeroplane raid on Paris. I 1 anyone wishing to compete Frederick Palmer of Iatouh.N. PERSONAL CARDS-100.:.printedcante PHONE, 182-M. dec20

-- I 1920-U. S. Steel increases I.I I. may make arrangements tonight Y.. author and j.urnahist'borit i .,. ?L25. The Artaaa

1918-German aeroplanes kill wages 10 percent. __ 'I at the pool room, it is stated at Pleasantville, Ps-,'62 rears afo. Press. aog7 Subscribe: to The Citizen. Phone '53. Office: 619 Fleming St. P. O.'Box 368



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another charge. This time it which the prisoner is being
I Let >em Eat Cake-For Sake! grand larceny isl brought back to Key West it was
:x: SOCIETY : : HERETO After Nodes was arrested it day.learned at the sheriffs office to

said, he employed Attorney

t Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress George G. Brooks as counsel.
t After he had been released from HUSKY THROATS
'PHONE 752JPresident's U"
county jail he was in company

................................................. F : SECOND CHARGE WHICH with Attorney Brooks and stole Overtaxed by L S o
from the attorney a sum of .peaking.singing ,eca C P'
Birthday Ball ToBe b IS GRAND LARCENYF. money, it was stated. smoking' Q

y ttl Discovery of his loss was the
Staged On Elaborate Scale H incentive which prompted Mr.
E. Nodes, who 'wasarrested Brocks to file the information on
The Key West Country Club suggestion made by the president I last Saturday in, Key .West on a BENJAMIN LOPEZ MONROE THEATERGeorge

tomorrow night will be the scene I himself. At his request, embodying vagrancy charge and vwas released I Raft-Jean Parker in
of one of the outstanding eventsof I the recommendation of the c I on bond, is being,.brought LIMEHOUSE BLUES
trustees of Georgia Warm Springs I back to Key West today by Ettabluhad 49 Years -Also-
the social season the much-I Foundation, no part of this year's Sheriff K. O. Thompson on IC., W...'. Old.*t WEDNESDAY'S CHILD
heralded and long-planned Presidential funds will go to that institution. w 24-Hour A..nb.la.e. S.rvcLJc OrcL. '
Birthday Ball. 1 4 'k aA a ....4 Eatkalmar Matinee Balcony lOc; -
Seventy cents of dollar will ? j
every a 15-20c Night, 15-25c
No effort has been spared by : be used for the rehabilitation of r'a Pl>... 138 Ni.Bl 696-W ; I

those in charge of the affair Harold i handicapped children within the DOWNGOES I -. -. --- ..
Ballou, Dr. II. C. Galey, :Mrs. community raising the fund or "
Frederick Kirtland, W. Curry Harris ' within the geographic unit of a 1

Sebastian Cabrera and others ' which the community is a part.
to make it elaborate, colorful The other thirty cents will be THE PRICE OF Have you installed -
and hugely successful.As I turned over to President Rooseveltto your4
previously explained, this I be used by a national commission SHAVING COMFORT
Ball is one of many that will take appointed by him for widening r
place throughout the country honoring i the research efforts aimed at General Electric
the 53rd birthday of President I wiping out infantile paralysis it- 1a
Roosevelt and the proceedsof self.

which will be used to aid infantile I' Society will turn out en masse Lift-top

paralysis victims. i I tomorrow night and dance and .. .. l __ = __ "
Money raised at the parties will i make merry till the wee small 3 a -
be divided this year, following! a i I I I hours. It will be a large evening! ee iRefrigerator? --- : 'I''I'IV
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Garden Club' To Make' FurtherS '?bk _ :-- ':7.- --- : d
: 'a I Iea. riw, l. IL t. lt ., ",''.- ; ; ,
) Arrangements For Flower Show lOnlyr I i' d. Jl. .1C( 'II./.1 +' :t I

---::>--- .Debuta members of the New York committee in charge of the President' BirthdayGall put the finishing >;) '20 h(" : .; t
'The:.Key\West: Garden Club will are urged to bend every effort,in touches on a model coconut birthday cake one of thousands to be auctioned to raise funds for war '. 1 j tE ) -
hold its regular Thursdaymorning cooperating in the i clean-up cam- on infantile paralysis. Left to right: Marjorie Lewis, Peggy Mabon, and'Jer.ry Bergh. #1. 1 : y .
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meeting this week at the Woman's paign that is'now going on. Yards ; ;
Clubhouse on Division street at should be made spotlessly clean public-spirited Chicagoans Roosevelt's 53rd birthday anniversary ed by the American Legion beforeit comfort hit aa all-
WHEN more than $900 for slicesof January 30 In 5600 other cities,! Is sold a slice at a time,.at the , SHAVING in price with be 1 ? f;*Mill >
9:45 o'clock.Plans and neat, broken fences should! be -11$1'
a cake baked for the 1934 Presi thousands of cakes donated by local Ball. While thousands of chairmenover t a _
are going straight ahead repaired or torn down completely, dent's Birthday Ball local Ball com- bakers and women committee mem- the country work night and aODOUOCemeDtoPl'ObakJtU t!
for the Flower Show which the I' and if these things are done they mittees in hundreds of cities across bers will be sold: day to make the 1935 Birthday Ball -the remarkable new doable-
club is holding on February 20th : will aid materially in the further the country decided this method of Proceeds from these sales will on January 30 the greatest social 1c edge razor t b"4c.Thiok of it! ;. i TUS fUeDI
raising funds to fight infantile paralysis swell the coffers of the President's event In the nation's history. 200.- a You get 25 keensmeothshaviog I 2 s. 2 !. pt s.rrctm
21st and 22nd at the Public Library beautifying of the city.It 1 .
was too successful not to copy. Birthday Ball Commission for In- 000 infantile paralysis victims are blades, uniform in quality 1 Ib. buiuf
here and which will be one will also help the Flower This year at the Waldorf AstoriaIn fantile Paralysis Research.In hoping for a gigantic American for only '91. You'll _.der I tutee I pkaa-a.era..2. 1 bottl uln cau.p c'I
of the highlights of "La SemanaAlegre" Show to be more successful, for New York and at simultaneous many communities the Presi- appetite! for cake-- coconut angel. how such fin* blades can be down 1 bottle. cbcrnci' 2 Ib.
celebration here next* one of the features of the show celebrations in honor of President dent's Birthday cake Is to be parad- food chocolate any kind of cake! sold for so little money. 'tact-a:IIU", -5 Ibs.1 bin rout.1 cucumber bead

month. i will be the judging of the most Probak Junior is the product puts one in your 2 Ib"*. tomuoci 2 tripe. Irutt.2 1 bvothcelcrr
The various committees of the beautiful yards of Key West by el of unequalled manufacturing home. lemons tioua ottmgtt
Verrill Gives Romantic I tinues by giving figures in the and matchless skill.c 1 Mr calm drtMiac I Ib.
different methods
phases of the affair have I an especially appointed committee PLAN TRIP TO OLD I: Iud 2 left-o.er COB
worked constantly to perfect all and cash prizes will be givento I|, words "Some idea of their c This blade is automatically uincts, I 0.1 ..&ter bottle
details and make this show not those exhibiting yards which, And Alluring Picture ance may be obtained by the fact tempered, ground boned and 2 o\.I"C cube"; *-2 1....train. ol ice((2Aic4 l
____ i 1 I that four million of fish I' wonderful
FORT pounds stropped-gives you
only an event of importance but in the opinion of this committee ar
also a grand civic achievement.In warrant it by reason of their ef JEFFERSONi (Continued from Page One) t! have been shipped from' Key Westin IfR shaving satisfactioa.TryProbak $1.00 per month until July 1st takes
the meantime Westers fectiveness. great number of winter visitors a single year that eighty Junior and see for yourself.Get
i! should flock to the Key cf Bones." thousand pounds have been taken I them today from your dealer. care of the payment
----- -- --- lIe continues on with a number in a single night and that with a, Probak Junior fit all Gillette,

Mrs. Pray Leaves To Give ProgramAt ON SATURDAY OF of disparaging!; sentences of Key: ten-foot leader and a single jig, and Probak razors, Don't miss the chance to have the
West in favor of Palm Beach and,, over three thousand pounds have t
After ViVf HereMrs. I School House THIS WEEK :. Miami and concludes with "the I|I been taken in a single day." Oi a ass best of refrigeration at a .:

well to do disciples of Isaak Walton -j I All of which is in conflict with small cost. :

Paul Pray sister of Mrs.\ Division Street School P.-T. A. II. can enjoy their favorite sport i f the statement relative to the disciple -

Harry Warren left yesterday :for will sponsor a Father's Night at Another excursion to Old Fort under more comfortable conditions I'I of Isaak Walton being able '' Q k v 'o yPRI See us garding this trial plah.
Washington D. C., after spending Jefferson will be offered next and with the same ad-I,I to enjoy his sport nearer home.
the meeting in the auditorium to- 1>I much home.. I
vantages nearer
several delightful weeks in Saturday by Miami-Key West Air! I I|I lie concludes the chapter on BAK '
West. morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock. 1|I Further on he writes in a
Key pessimistic JUNIOR The West Electric Co.
ways Inc., it was announced to- Key West'by a graphic description Key
From Washington Mrs. Pray Mrs.\ John L. Ley is in chargeof I vein of the aquarium, and I I I

will go to California to join her the arrangements for the pro day.A scheduled trip last Saturday 1!I criticises its construction and expresses -i,I of a visit to Raul's Club Miramar, A. F. AYALA Sales Manager
husband a Navy man, and from gram. was called off because of chilly' a doubt of its ever being on the boulevard and the trained I M 550 U SPAT.Oir.OTNER ,
thence very likely to Honolulu, weather, but indications are that !1,! successful but if it is it will)) be a i!i fish. lie tells of Raul's calling PATENTS
where they recently completed a round of dinners, teas and socials, clear skies and warm weather!I "valuable added attraction for 1';>: the fish to the surface and feeding PENOINO"M
four-years stay. and expressed herself as being will be on hand next Saturday I|i visitors although in a land where"them by hand, petting them and __ ,

Mrs. Pray was entertained ex. more than pleased with Key West when the excursion flight to the I I,! torrential rains are liable to o'c-I describes the experience as most {jTjjrjrjirM .I jr.III.1I.r j&j&j&'j: $' ;j jarjr qI :t
tensively during her visit with a and her stay here.PERSONAL historic old fort is made. I i i cur at most any time, the poor "uncanny to watch a grouper, II
. I A number of persons already fish both finned and'bipedal, run I II I mutton fish or red snapper," jump \ \
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have indicated that they will make !j J no little risk of being drownedout :, from the water to have his sides CARLOAD OF CAREY \
the this week. Reservations in an open-air aquarium.I! scratched by his trainer or to see Just Re'CelVe' d
I ::::: : MENTIONMrs. :::: are made trip through the airways of ,,' However the mere loss of captive, one lifted in Raul's hand and i '.' RUBBEROID ROOFING \
fice. fish is of little moment in Key i nibble at a cracker.
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are as good 35 Ib Light, Weight. "Bullseye. 35 Ib Light Weight "Surety. Sure
Rosalie Martinez left yesterday Miss Rita Pinder returned yes Miss Vera Mtenchik\ 20, of far more fish in the sea round\Ir--
afternoon for Miami for a''] terday from Miami where she Hastings, Eng., claims the wo-i about than ever were caught." i iI PALACEGeorge Reasonable Price- ((3* "| tZ.f\ to make a good {T* -| J 75

visit with relatives and friends. visited for a week with relatives men's chess championship of the!I In the very succeeding paragraph .I I Arliss in Per Roll .._........_ 3)JL) .OU roof, Per Roll ...-. 3)JL) .

I and friends. world, having defeated all opponents ' the writer calls Key West' THE LAST GENTLEMAN ] 45 Ib 'Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply 45 Ib Medium Weight "Surety."
Mrs. Leslie R. Curry left yesterday she has so far met. I I "literally a fisherman's para-'I [ to at 2
afternoon for her home in I Mrs.\ Rosalind Palmer left yes Ii i j, disc." He tells of the more than'I Also Comedy and Short Reel go 00 25
Per Roll .... Per Roll .............
:Miami after spendingtwo days terday afternoon for."Miami ,to John D. Rockefeller Jr.'s oil six hundred varieties of fish to Matinee: 10-lSc Night' : l5-25c -- --- tuM .(, tn.
with' )tt ter'nephew"and niece, Mr\ spend 'abort [lone: wed?. with relatives stock holdings were $245,000,000.'1 be caught in the waters,.. 'and con-' . 55 Ib Heavy WefeM "Bullseye -c: Ib Weight "Surety,"
and Mrs. L. M. Pierce of South 4 1' f 1 "C ,'. ,'. Heavr
street. and friends. i -.-. .. 'r'",,- 3 Ply;;1! ; 25O 3 Ply ( dor7K? !
.r ; t''l I' tit e \A ., ,4Grar-fi. ?\J C ''1)t) Pert .
t Ernest l __ Per Roll _. .......... tDaWp O
Captain- Roberts; of the .r.--: ::rl' ,

l"1tfer\1.l1gtk 1 >\i lBraun"U UK,J,wti.\\.\\.a)Bra'11!' n\-n\ :\tfinrpe, who "
their son, left yesterday for Miami \ 1 returned vas oiHa yesterday afternoon visit to The Charros look at her _++.;:,\ NAlLS F R APPLYING I I ;
for an absence of 'several, '
days. Matecumbe. ''HISand forgot how their tequila tastes* -l B& s-vasK I I

I ar oaf 1 of W llrB' ard I I
Mrs.\ Howard Wilson who was Mrs. Harriett Hubbell, daughter
in Miami for a while with Mr.. of the late John F. Horr, one Hid-ridin qukk-shooting patrons in Miguel Santos ) 1 i STRONGEST OF ALL WALL BOARD. DOES
Wilson who is on special assign-'! time United States Marshal at Key cantina downed their fiery drinks like water when Rosita.danced. '
) West left yesterday afternoon for '. ING OR BACKINGS
ment on internal revenue work,' I
returned yesterday. I Miami after a delightful visit in No wonder*the Montana Kid-El Keed below the Rio ,, HARDBOARD 1-8" THICKNESS,
I Key West as guest of Mrs. W. Grande remembered the girl with the red rose in her hair : :
Hunt Harris at the home on Caro. S per Sq. Ft. ... ........_..-.....-.....___.__._ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Iliggs who But Rosita betrayed the man she loved, set the rurales yelp
were spending a few days in Mi-j line street. ing at his heels . and then could not forget him. I STRUCTO BOARD, 1-4' THICKNESS,

ami, returned yesterday.Mrs. I Her atonement follow him on a fantastic mission to a BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Ft......._........._._..
MrsPaul Pray, who was spend burning land from which,the Mexicans believed, no man ever wll QIi
\ Alton Goehring and son ing a while with her brother-in-I returned. r DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH,

who were in Miami with Mr.Goehring's .!' law and sister Mr. \ rs.)! per Sq. Ft. ..........................._................._..
brother-in-law and I! Harry Warren left yesterday aft I
sister, Mr.\ and Mrs. Will Skelton, ernoon for the home in Washington THIS BOARD CAN ALSO BE USED FOR ANY

returned yesterday. D. C.Roosevelt's, fev I STRONG SMOOTH FINISH IS DESIRED. '
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"AT :TWILIGHT" EarlySelection I S r "SANETTE". 'WASTE RECEP.Kit hen best"I i ':

: I bon that
(By EMMA GWYNN) Of Garner t TACLE. 'Works with foot lever. t
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