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 31, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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-Associated.Service.Press Day Wire ": \ l \ Key West, :Florida, has the

i tEb { Citizen
t most weather in
For 55 Years Devoted to the cp.cst" I equable with the

Best Interests of Key West country; an average

range of only 11" FahrenheitVOLUME i

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Much Talk On Work Relief I


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To Be Included In Numerous -
Edelmiro Carpentier was arraigned Dredge Denyaurd, of the Unit-

Other Issues I I WORKING CARDSKEY MANY TANKS for preliminary hearing ed States Engineer Department, PLICATED QUESTIONS" Early Vote On

To Be ConsideredBy I yesterday afternoon in the courtof has completed the work of dredg- MEETINGODES

I People from all sections of the Peace Justice Frank O. Robert ing out the Northwest Channel. Question
(SprrUI to The Cttlaea)
WEST ADMINISTRATION! United States have visited the Key. on a charge of aggravated as- The vessel's operations were con I TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 31.- -- ...
HERBERT PLUMMER West Aquarium, now nearing sault.It cluded yesterday afternoon. POGUE PRESIDES OVER
State Senator W. C. Hodges of
Illy ", .._Ialed .'rr... REQUESTS CARDS BE SENTIN completion, and without one dis- was specifically)) shown that Information given The Citizenwas REGULAR LUNCHEON TODAY By HERBERT PLUMMER

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.- UP TO DATE TO KEEP senting voice they say that it will the accused had threatened Foreman to the effect that during the I Tallahassee said today in a writ- lily ,......1.. tI I'ITM)
be the finest exhibition of its kindin j operations of the Benyaurd, covering ten statement that persons entitled IN ABSENCE OF PRESI- WASHINGTON' Jan. 31.Senate -
Work relief, social security and RUN OF RECORDS the United States. I j'I Urban Bethel, with the FERA a period of about three weeks, I to homestead tax exemption DENT STRUNK

the bonus will hold the spotlightin That the fame of the institution construction forces, and displayeda upwards of 300,000 cubic yards of "should not be harrassed annoyed proponents of America': adherence -

i has been broadcast so completelyas knife while making a threat. sand and fill had been removed to the world court privately
and irritated" by what he described
for weeks .
Washington to
come Key Westers today were urged to reach the most distant cities After hearing all the evidence, from the channel.Preparations .
as "complicated Odes I'ogue presided over the are patting themselves on
:yet, but another major piece of I to bring their volunteer work I and hamlets in the country is evidenced Justice Roberts ordered the prisoner were being made regular Rotary luncheon today in '
by the license plates on I today for sailing this afternoon. asked in an exemption ap- the back for thinking of making
legislation is slated for an important card up to date so that the 'Key I structure. I held on bond of $100 for the plication blank place' of Eddie; Strunk, president i
the The furnished
cars seen daily at Benyaurd was brought to to tax
next term of criminal court.iCUBABRINGSilNNI. up the "
i of the organization, who was ab-1 question of ratification the
West Administration have an '
place of its own later on. can Passengers arriving over the I the dock of the .Porter company assessors by Comptroller J. M. I r.
of illness.
accurate!record of the number of i highway ask when the aquarium:j for oil and water and was to i ileaveforoperations i Lee. 'senton! account t J order'of.'buiinen at the very
The senate's 'D Doc The.meeting was taken by
M. over
- hours have:worked I be seen! and when told they j : at the mouth !: .
I which ,citizens can I ''
; "There is no more reasonto the younger members of thecluD! ; tart of the tor Copeland ''of New York--on ; far. i can visit at any time during the of< the Mississippi River. j
ib I I of the
some complicated questions who. recently; became affiliated
it of paying! be lost by >delay
day make a point J
the 'second day of the"'present session Last summer, -when the Volunteer -i in the 85 PASSENGERS !j put on this questionnaire than with the local circle! all of whom di
their visit the thing
Works Corps was organized: breakfast. SIX BUILDING i there would be to require each gave expressions as to the meaning i! A* things bare turo-ed *ut, it ;
of congress introduced a bill morning ,l 1
-- i applicant for homesteads of r
exemption of Rotary. ]
and more than 4.000 local pt'rsons. Passengers arriving on the boat ; was a shrewd bit of.strategy. Administration
destined to provoke to have his fingerprintsmade Those giving talks on the sub-
perhaps as i from whether their des- 1 Steamship Cuba of the P. and :
enlisted: time cards were distributed Tampa PERMITS ISSUEDCOVERS I leaders believe they
by the Department of Justice ject were Steve Douglass, Jim ;
lively a battle on capitol hill as and the individuals were to i tination is Havana or Key W..st.go i i O. S. S. company, arrived yesterday '
> and attached to the applica- Moore. Chas. Taylor andV..
first to see the fish before ee- !J i afternoon from Havana with can force a Tote in the senate at
any which will be seen. keep a record of the time they : I I'I'i tion," Hodges said. Curry Harris. i
other of the attractions 85 freight and mail. '
any many passengers a comparatiye'y! date and
i early
spent on volunteer work. I PERIOD OF WEEK:,!! Hodges nominee for president The birthday anniversary ofJoe .
It is the proposed:: new food in the city. I[( There were 74 first class and I
I of the 1935 state senate, was Valdes, secretary, was cele- are confident they have the
With the time for working out I There is quite a large and attractive -seven i second class passengers for ENDING JANUARY I votes
and drugs law. I brated, with several features
of the put
the volunteered hours extended collection on display in j Key West and two first and two president Home Owners | to ratify the protocol
Such a storm of objection was for a second six months' period, !I only a few of the tanks, but even !j''second class passengers for Tam 31 I League of Florida, which advocated hands on in this connection, with all
adoption of the Homestead Tax tendering congratulations j Nothing would please senators
raised in the last congress: to a I effort is being made to : this display gives a comprehensiveidea pa. to this member of the
every young organization to the
I I to the observer of what it'1 The ship Failed 6:30 o'clock for Exemption Amendment, in the opposed court more than
similar bill sponsored by Senator utilize all the time pledged by I II will be when all of the tanks and j Tampa with 11 passengers and During the week ending January 1934 general election."I I I | to sidetrack the question now and :
Roland Warrick and Sam Fermi- :
Copeland that it finally was permitted I local persons. An accurate record I j pools are being: used. ; freight. 31 there were six building and do not think it is necessary proceed with other things. The
: of .extra time given by employes i I All of the canopy covering the i Steamship Brazos, of the Clyde- repair permits issued from the office that any person entitled to have more were visiting Rotarians. social security bill and the President's .
to die. The doctor is I They are members of the Mount;
; of the Key West Administration!. walks around the tanks has been Mallory Lines, is due tomorrow I of Building Inspector Harry his homestead exempted from "work relief" proposal are
Holly)) N. J. club.
back, however, with a new bil: is being kept, but persons not on I|I completed and painters are now \ night from Galveston en route to Baker. Permits authorized the fol- taxation. . do more than describehis I Dr. E. H. Carnes i hanging fire as well as the regular -

the administration payroll should I:I i at work. Other workers are completing ,Jacksonvile! and New York. I lowing: property, state whether he is new surgeon appropriation bills
which he believes stands bett
a in charge at the United States
I 1 I But
keep their own records, since the the platform around the Freigther Agwidale, of the fame Repairs at the home. 409 Julia married or unmarried, name his i. they can get to none

chance. tl administration has no way of getting -j i large crawl which is to hold the .. line is due to arriye Sunday morning street. Owner, Mrs. Emma AI. dependents and also state that he I: Marine Hospital of William, was present as I'' Nothing But Speeches
a guest Malone, while
Improved Labels that information except from j I 1 larger fish, including barracuda, | from New York en route to nest; cost $50. is a bona fide resident of this I ; The best guess of the demo

The Copeland bill was drawn the individuals, as it appears on shark i amberjack, etc. I|I Tampa and New Orleans.j General repairs tt: 512 Southard state," said Hodges' statement George Sebastian P. Cabrera Diehl was, Jr.a guest of cratic leaders of the senate is

I the cards. j This walk will afford the spectator -I j I Power boat C. W. Powers arrived street. Owner West Properties, Other questions on the exemp- The luncheon a''i' that there will be some time yet

with an eye to meeting the objections Money spent for labor, both 1 an excellent view of the fish I|I this morning from Collier Inc.; cost, $250. tion application blank Senator I, close by the was brought to before the social security measure
rendering of several
of the department of skilled and unskilled, in repair! which cannot be kept in the City with cargo o{ sea food pro-. General repairs, 1214 Seminary Hodges said, have "nothing whatever the club. I reaches! that body.

agriculture to the original Pure work and any ether work in whith' ft tanks,sad onveyxto; dueti>ii nji diilehar -. *the-Ma Mj I iireet.Owner, E-B,.Boydfen} cost,' "- to -lo">-with-.the tjrht to-ex- songs by -- k, ,j The'work; .ltalief'Glsu4a! >8y-. _ _

Food and Drugs act passed ini i laborers have been hired privately have never before had an sman-I lory Line wharf. The shipment is j $100. I emption. These questions call for I ford the court opponents a respite,
!i also should appear on the canN: tunity. the truth of the destined for New York and will O-I|!, New roof and repairs to floors such information as other property CHAIRMANHARRISREPORTS but that too must be aired in tho

1906. It has been the depart;' j it was said. The cards are to be told of catching big fish in Key I out on the Braze,tomorrow niJht.1 j i I at 301 Elizabeth street. Owner t I owned, whether intangible tax .: finance committee before. Senator

ment's contention that this act collected) shortly after February 1. '' West waters. Yacht Doromar owned by E. G. j':i A. Aguero; cost, $450. returns i were filed last year, Couzens of Michigan already has
does not protect the consumer] !it is planned when all records will i.. While the carpentering and masonry -! McCulIough. of New York berthed -!'! )Repairs to floors at 419 Wil- I whether the applicant's automobile ON BALLSAYS I. said that the man who wrote die(

against imbranded or even adulterated -' 1 be brought up to date.LACKOFFOOD. '. operations are nearing a !j at the Porter Dock this morni i I Ham street. Owner Mrs. A. Page; carried a Florida license tag this bill should be hanged if found.

foods and drugs: because! -- state of completion. Artist J. Crimi ij i; ing for water and oil. The yacht cost, $50.Repairs. year and last year, whether he is ,: He is the ranking republican

it does not cover the drastic J i and his assistant Peter Knight.j I j arrived this week and berthed at j I at 1305 Duval street. a registreed voter, the amount of! ATTENDANCE WAS, member of that committee and M:

changes these:: industries! have undergone ] Jr., are preparing sections of the',j Pier 5 in the submarine base.TODAY'S!' J t Owner J. C. Gardner; cost, $50.: indebtedness and fire insuranceon >! capable of making for further de.

since 1'JOG./ j I j interior walls for an elaborate i j jI .- - ---- ..- -._-- .- the homestead property, and LARGER THAN THAT I! lay if he desires.
Senator Copeland's bill would I BRINGS TRAMP i iJ I decorative scheme. i 1 I -- whether the applicant is a disabled I OF LAST YEAR I I I That leaves senators with

require labels which tell definitely i It is anticipated that everything! war veteran or the widow of a vet- J nothing to do but make speeches
what's inside. J i ', will be in readiness for the formal i.| WEATHER |i cran.II I II I(j I about the court Senator Robinjson -
One of the principal features is;! l opening and dedication which will II "This homestead exemption I Arked this morning if the attendance :'I democratic leader, already
that two committees would be set!; |I lake place about the middle of amendment. Hodees said "was at the President's Ball has persuaded the senate to accept -
health the I ;: February. ratified by the people in | :j' a debate-limiting agreement;
up--one on public I 1- Temperature'highest WEATHER FORECAST no uncertain wa3 as large as that of last year >
other on food standards-to prescribe OCCUPANT OF COUNTY PRIS 69 I language and the people II I W. Curry Harris who was chair-I[' which virtually assures an earlier

These rules committees and regulations.would include I ON HAD BEEN COMPLAIN- RULES ASSESSOR i Lowest ..::::::.:.:::::::...::::::::_:::'..:-::60 (Till 8 p. m., Friday) should irritated not be by harassed having, to annoyedand make' it man of the ticket committee, said i i|::i i: anyone disposition thought of the possible treaty at thin the

I i Mean ............__.. ._..........._.........&4I Key West and Vicinity: Fair was larger. ." outset.
representatives of members'the industries -i ING OF FOOD, BUT SOON HAS NO RIGHT TO I Normal Mean ................_._.70 tonight and Friday; somewhatr1YY" out essential a questionnaire on matters not in-I I There were 210 tickets present I j I' In the meantime the opposition
as well as "five to the one question ed at the door, raid Mr. Harris:,.
designated by the President with,| CHANGED HIS ATTITUDE I. Rainfall -- ved-is: the applicant entitled'l but it is known that sale to ratifying the protocols i Is girding
to their distinguished I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.: I fOCl 'Iobt dependents to exceed-I f itself for the first tests of
a view i ADMINISTER OATH MON an ed that number, but how
!I .._. .05 Ins.: =1 r ;
Normal Precipitation mtfI" ; which will be
scientific standard and interest|I I i I;i .TUU rrr.rd ruvrrx ::I....r HrrlodrmlinK I I by being the head of a family with excess was, it could not,,be.)e strength 'on'"reservations -
in public health and without re-!i Lack of food produces marked r l HI M w'clwrk thin ....r.I.5. : '" 't I homesteads, up to a certain I ed .until the, fjpal.accounts_ .I' j
gard to their political. changes in the gastronomic ideals' I I!' i I Tomorrows r 'Almanac' --- uilue!" checked No Reservations '._ .
tion." afiilia-I of man, as evidenced by the attitude ;I I ATTORNEY GENERAL REN1 -i i Sun rises ...._ -.'. <'$&*"'- 7:0:!\)11 Wkm'.1 I !I \t'r \ .. ) Comptroller Lee, informed 1 oft Both Mr. )IlarrisaptdMayor! ; : rn-1 The,.senate1 taYP!! to. method

Would Ban of Andrew Raff ell, a volun-! i j I DERS OPINION DEALING I i Sun sets ....- .fc...,.!::...,, 6.:'}? "ptn.: Hodges' statement, said he had no I H.: ;Mao'ne.] .,genera\\ chairman. of killing} .nullifying; treaties::
Various other features include tary prisoner in the county :'jail: j I Ii. : Moon risesMoon : '-.w :19r'-m.1 comments to make "at this,time." nounced,the affair an: u\qualj!\ f negotiated by the .president ,fis
"' "': .. I" '
the indiscriminate marketing of Several'weeks ago Ra: f fell'was M WITH APPLICATION FOR .r. I ..J.I When other protests wereVeceived siiccesi .
through reservations. There will
f sets ..._...aiC. A rOjfap'.in.Tomorrow'sjT C : I r,' I.r.al ) I J !:
drugs which should not be ad- arrested as a vagrant, pleaded i iI i t r -'t-r against the questionnaire, Lee:Tef j li.noexceptionain.lhia.anstsnec.Nprris .
ministered except tinder careful I I guilty to.t e charge at a sp. ,I, I!j i. TAX EXEMPTION I I ,1es' 1 I r-- ' {I-, -- ;.-jf..jo'- lied that every question was "re-J SOURIFOLK: ( ; of )Nebraska for'; example .
supervision, definite bans on'advertising -I. term of j criminal; fcourt he y if I I! I A.M. P.M". 'Warme Fair levant and important" in obtaining has one which calls: for A
!I ._....._.. .... I I
of specific "cure-alls" Judge Jf: "Vining Harris, and' t Iligh 8:42 7;55 necessary tax assessment inform&i -\j two-thirds vote of the senate be-
D. Landis Icn-I .. ...._..._.._... warmer Friday; gentle to moderate I .
( of the main objections to sentenced to 30 days in jail. Cary attorney Low. 2:15 1:12 tion. fore
one j + northeast winds. |i i iI ENJOY SOJOURN a question in which the Uni- t.t.I
Copeland's previous bill) as wellas During the period of his in- t cral of Florida, has ruled that tax 1 P.aiomeler at 8 u. m., today: I ted States is interested 'can betaken
the removal of various restrictions carceration he was one of several I i assessors throughout the state Sea level, :30.22.; I Florida: Fair tonight and Friday -I I!I before the world court. The -

upon the sale of fresh fruits kickers against the viands provided hare no authority to administer I ; slightly! warmer Friday; VISITORS ENJOYFISHINGOUTINGS! White House vigorously opposes

and vegetables in packages. by Jailer Leon Roberts, who i is, ; the oath to persons filing application Lowest Highest I light frost in extreme north portion MR. AND MRS. GUS HON DE- this reservation on the ground

Stiffer penalties for violationseven also caterer to the prisoner's mess. J| for tax exemption under the Station Last Night Yesterday .I posribly heavy in exposed PART LAST i that it encroaches on the
NIGHT ON powers
to the point of operation of fj j At last his time expired and he Homestead Tax Exemption act. 'j II Abilene ...._...... .44 62 .1 places tonight. i of the executive who is char ttli

factories under federal permit tjwas I released, one week ago and| !j This opinion was sent to the I Atlanta .....---.... 26 48 Jacksonville! to Florida Straits: BOAT TO TAMPA i with handling the nation's. foreign
where health not other was rid of the unapproving meals i comptroller and in turn forwarded -' Moderate north and northeast i
public can ; Boston........ .._ -4 12 : IOWA policies
wise be protcted also i is provided.I) furnished at the jail and could goIjout to tax assessors in the state. Buffalo ......::_... 6 10 winds and fair weather tonight, FOLK MAKE LARGE I The Norris reservation and
In as much as the Copeland! i! and get a decent''' meal. Ahj! !! Assessor J. Otto Kirchheiner_ re-I ; and Friday. CATCHES DURING ANG. Gus lion, engineer'witk the St. others constitute the chief menace -
Charleston ........ 26 44
bill recognizes vast changes since! But could he? The sequel provesto :i ceived a copy of the notice this East Gulf: Moderate northeast L. and S. F. Lines, was in Key i to ratification of the world

enactment of the original pure1food i the contrary. j| week. I Chicago ..._....... 21 32 winds. I LING IN LOCAL WATERS West for a vacation accompaniedby !'I court protocols. Administration

and drugs act, a stiff fight t[ Tuesday he applied at the jail[ j It is shown in the letter of in- Denver .......-.-.... 32 58 Mrs. Hon. They left on thej j headers i are confident if these can
is in for work. In fact asked to be re- structions that the only oath the .. WKATIICH: CONDITIONS I be hurdled
prospect' Detroit _._. .....-.. 14 20 Steamship Cuba last night for i successfully their
It promises to rank in importance -, turned to his cell as a prisoner?,J assessor is empowered to administer flalveston ._,.... 48 56 II. J. Gill and F. L. Loomis winter I Tampa nroute to Memphis, Tenn. cause is won.
with the major questions to saying he would work for his, is to a taxpayer who is handing Pressure continues high throughout visitors from Fort Dodge, Iowa, Both Mr. and Mrs. Hon said
meals in a list of personal property Having .;:.._.,.. 62 the country, with high} pressure added another I
come before congress this set' which had formerly proven j i day of excitementto they had spent most of the vacation -
sion. so unappetizing and lacking in nu- and l who desires to take oath that I Huron .... .?- 24 30 areas crested over the north i the others they have experienced -I I period in Key West and their NEW\ ARRIVAL AT

1, the list is full and complete. Jacksonville _'. 36 54 Atlantic states and :northern while fishing since their: arrival only regret was that they.did not

I Yesterday he had his breakfast. !j Kansas City 30 34 Rocky Mountain region, Buffalo, in Key Wes%,several weeks ago.\,r I have a longer time to stay. HERNANDEZ HOME*

PHILATELIC UNIT enjoyed it. and left with a group EIGHT ARRIVE I KEY WEST, .u".60 69,' I N. Y., 30.72 inches, and, Helena- I Their take numbered 47 f}>ri4- Mr. Hon's run is between cities

of other prisoners for road work I Mont.. 30.66 inches. Theo ly,I cipally Nassau grouper, black, in Southeastern Missouri and -
TO HOLD MEETING ready and eager to get back to'' ( Little Rock ..._ 34 50 measurable precipitation during'the '. grouper, ai d amberjack. ;Several Memphis, Tenn., and the home Is Mr..and Mrs. Homer Hernandez
': dinner and, later on. his supper. I ABOARD PLANE' Los: Angeles _....,. 56 72 last 24 hours has been lightto of :'tfikjNissan jronpeiCi in Missouri. On their next vaca- announce the birth of a nine

I Louisville ....._... 22 38 moderate- snows in northern'; above the average and one tipped tion tIre and Mrs. Hon will come pound boy Wednesday. January
Miami ................ 54 74 home No. 5
I Michigan and western New York.i the scales at 24 pounds. There direct to Key West, they said. 30, at their Poshalski
The Key West Philatelic Society EVER TRY I Passengers arriving by plane I Minneapolis ._... 24 26 Temperatures continue abnormally!' were also a number of mackereland ttreet.

will meet at 7 p. m. on Friday ,j I PETER DOELGER i j from Miami this morning were: New Orleans .... 44 60 low throughout most of the At- barracuda caught. More thana f r The' new arrival has been given

at its headquarters. 729 United I Grace Smith, Beverly Smith, John I New York _...... 2 18 lantic states, with readings below,, dozen; fish were thrown back! SPECIALFriday I : the name of Franklin Delano,

Street according to announcement' BEER ? Field, Grace Field, Frank Dett- Pensacola _on_..' 41 58 zero in New England and below'!j after being hauled in. j and Saturday r

made today. barn. Tina Dettbarn, Clyde Engel. Pittsburgh on_... 20 24 freezing southward over South]j When Mr. and Mrs. Gill arrivedin CABARET SHOWUnder

M Everett L. Sawyer, the 1'ociety'ssecretartreasurt'r. It is popular at all 1 and George Diehl. St. Louis .......... 32 40 Carolina and northern Georgia;j j company with :Mr. and Mrs. / ORANGE LAYER and CARAMEL -
will give a Clubs Restaurants > Booked for passage on the afternoon I Salt Lake City 28 46 while from the Lake region and]j Loomis they intended to remainfor LAYER CAKES, OK Auspices Woman's Club

brief talk on "Events of the Revolutionary [I return trip were: John San Francisco 48 62 middle Mississippi Valley west; a few weeks. This period has special at '_.._ OtJl/ Friday, Feb. 8, 8:30 p. m.

War Pictured on United Cafes, Etc.MORE Field, Grace Field Frank Dett- Seattle .__.,_ 46 62 ward temperatures are generally gone by and so pleasantly has the I CORAL ISLE CASINO

States Postage Stamps." j POPULAR barn. Tina Dettbarn, Clyde Engel, Tampa ..?__w 48 68 above the seasonal average.G. time been spent, they have decided MALONEY PEACOCK Tickets on Sale at Johnson' <-
Philatelists and would-be collec- EVERY DAY George Diehl and A. Maitland Washington .._ 12 20 S. KENNI. nY. to remain for at least three weeks I 812
FUmia. St. Plum ala Jewelry Store, Monday fl a. m.
tors I
are invited to attend.
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GETTING DOWN TO EARTHIn ....... ...... aeaeaeee.ee......................................1 I levels of 1930 and 1931. Where.
(Q Elvc L illS> ''! ;l ;r ;;: .1 at the beginning of 1932, that
_ Cxrpr KEY WEST IN Today'sAnniversaries ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS I I company's* business activity index
'. t ily Except Sunday By his article "The Future" in the
V stood at 50.1 it now touches 74
I I-a gain of 45 per cent. This Increase -
General Johnson
I'. AHT t'>: rrcBldret.Kroin Saturday Evening Post
The Citizen LnHdlng Happenings Here Juat 10 Year .................. a... Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend is largely due to retail distribution -
Corner Greene and Ann Street states some frightfully plain truths. The Ago Today As Taken From gains, which are 5 percent
1713 Anthony Benezet Phil-
1 I
: and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Nationaland
J one outstanding point he made is that the The Files Of The CitizenIt adelphia Quaker philanthropist, above last year in New England -
Only rully Newspaper In Key West and Monroe born in France. Died May 3, International Problems Inseparable ; 8 to 12 per cent up on the
County. I confidence necessary to encourage the I Pacific Coast, and 20 to 30 percent
1784. Local Welfare
was announced today that Middle West
in the
rntered at Ky "iut. Florida as second class matter spending of savings the development of improved ,
1EtI 1 Malcolm Meacham of Palm Beach ................................................. with the balance of the country
'-SIXTH!' YEAR_ I industry and the employment of labor is and New York City has purchased -I 1734-Robert Mom, Pennsylvania showing rises of from. 12 to 15
According to the old sa>ing, li<; works money under his con-i
Slrabvr of the Aworlaled Prre a tract of land in the easterly patriot t. signer p/rthe jDec- per cent. Report from grain
lacking. "The railla. of the gods grind trol-congressmen wanted to distribute
the A.eg fated I'rea. Is exclusively entitled to use 'part of thejcky! for;which the price laration, of :Independence. :known and livestock markets are also en.
ublicatlon of all n."s dispatches credited tt I slowly-but they grind exceedingly it themselves. However i
:>>rm> "No amount of belaboring business' paid was -half a million dollars! as the "financier of'the' Revolu- couraging. .
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and als fine." I this idea seem to be definitely
the local news published I.rrlsrns'IIIrTIU .. / The) sale.-.was made by the KeyW ,tion," one of the first U. S. Senators -' I Steel is at 44 pet
and talking about timidity, by! men who I That adage can be accurately out-allocation of funds will be| production
est.,.Ilqalty Company. The prop- born in England. Died in
% IUTF.Jline in the of the White, cent of capacity-a gain over recent -
Year .. .............-S--........-.------J1009 never conducted a business in their lives erty comprises approximately 1.1 Philadelphia, May 8, 180G. I applied to the present congress, jurisdiction levels. It i is still advancing:
Iii Months .___-_-.----..--:.......--.__ '.01 000 acres and includes the salt congress as it considers the presi house, through a board appointed (
__..._.._...._..__. Electric production shows
Three Months -------- %.5' is going to change these essential responsibilities ; I ent.s.new and relief by the president. power
....__ pond They were used three recovery 1 1program
One Month _...__ _-- ** 1752-Gouverneur }Morris New I So the social 1i some gains. The construction industry ,
far security
Weekly __.___.... .%* ," said General Johnson. Many quarters, of a century ago in .the program. It is moving slowly it as ( long dormant is showing
York statesman, diplomat extraordinary
md it is is concerned it is find-i
is talking a good deal
manufacture of salt in Key West.
AU\ :ilTISl.NG KATKS thoughtful and sincere students of present one of the "Fathers of gradually grinding out I legislation ing rather hard going. It seems'' signs of recovery, doe principallyto
Mails known on application. The ponds will be converted into'a
I the activities of the Housing
the Republic born in Morrisania that Congressman has his:
M'KCIAI: :.NOTICK have out this fact novel yacht basin. More than six!! I toward the two principal projects 1 I every '
day problems pointed Administration which after a"
An reading notices cards of thanks resolutions cf N. Y. Died Nov. 6. 1816. of the White House-social security -,: own idea as to bow the ill, the
respect rbltuary notices etc, will be charge for at miles of water frontage is included I aged and the unemployed should! slow start seems! to be gathering
continuously. I and unprecedentedlyvast
tie rate of 10 cents a line.Notic'a in the tract which extends from an I momentum in its drive to make
for entertainments by cburene from which I 1785-(150 ) Charles public works designed -, be aided-there' is much argument -
I the with ago program
ocean to the bay and years
t revenue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. Tile government cannot discourage words and litlle people build and renovize their.
many agree-
balloonistof i to eliminate the dole. ,
famed English
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discus. Flagler Avenue, or the County Green 1 homes.
huii" of public Issues and subjects_ of local or general private enterprise by going into businessin Road, running through it. his! day credited with more The public works program is i ment. By the time this is read
iti,rt but It will not publish nonyu oua communi- the so-called: Townsend Plan I A recent Annalist statement
loti..... I than 500 ascents, one on a pony of the most immediate interest. ::
with it with
competition tax-exempt tt'legram---;::: I born. Died March 2G, 1870. It will cost -tOOO.OOOOOO-tbe whereby every person over 60 sent out over the financial wires;
A Washington would be given $200 month byi said in effect that all matters of,
financed funds and I 1 a !
plants expect -
Marrying for is not recommended largest draft ever drawn againstthe
money today announces that Senator!, the government will probably: interest to business are overshadowed '
except as a last resort. private industry to go ahead. It Park Trammel introduced a I ill : 1797-Franz P. Schubert, fam United States Treasury for have been introduced in the lower! by the possibilities inherent
in the senate providing for the ed composer born in Vienna. any single purpose. It will put house-proponents of the plan. in the Supreme Court's
simply cannot be done.It about to work di-
; 3,500,000 men
Nov. 19 1828.
Died '
purchase of sites and erection of there claim enough supporters to get it forthcoming decision on the gold'
Too many think a problem may be cannot increase expenses of industry public buildings in Key West! rectly. And if the president'shopes through. The President's in-' seizure act. It seems sure, bow,

solved by merely making a surrey. by heavier taxes, NRA require- Fort Lauderdale and Winter Hav I'I 1830-James G. Elaine, Maine's I :3,500,000 materialize men it will to work put another indirectly -', flounce however will be thrown! ever, that quick remedial action'
en. However the site for the. pub- great statesman Secretary of aggressively against it, and in' will be taken if ,the Court holdsagainst \
; (* .ments and extreme regulation which drastically lie building in Key*West waS purchased : State, Presidential candidate, born in jobs created by the favor of a much more moderate the government-i-Congra&,

There i is:::: a. placei.nfi} Florida (named; I limits or destroys earnings or opportunities come years 'ago and is at at West, Brownsville, Pa. Died II 1 I spending power of the first 3- policy.. ,' is prepared :for',an adverse" decision -

-That's..a i'naturaT J in Key the corner of Caroline and :. ,.monton : Jan. i i'J 500000. I. : "H. ,. anti bills are already draftedin
:: 27f(1893.18CO
Frostproof. : '
; y ..t I and expect the investor to streets. 1 Equally important are the promised 1 agaln'beeemes
a e
"I I I Business i reports' are'e n o Tat- .jt necessary' :

West. .. I'j' yovNeji '.. pour his savings into labor producing. pro !. &-G.- Huneker an- program i principles is predicated.upon which All work the is ; ing.. .;The country! j 1 experieincjng! i: to renamn'our money.system d.- ,j. Ab

I jects. There has been ,a. > ; ; thor,:musician and'critic born in to be useful in that it will either ? 1 b I -" J'* 'Q-<
I'm at the end of Ill} rope said I Industry wants to go ahead it wants in the arrival of : Philadelphia.. Died 'Feb. 9, 1921. permanently improve living con-i I every line of'endeavor, ,. "I t. Protected: by..a.strong ,pri i..i. 4
7 ists in Key West since excursion-I Trade according to Dun &: new valve.r can.not
stub of, I I gas range
a'cS }ycsterfavfr laul IlsidJ'Jhe| to employ labor but it cannot draw on the ditions or create new wealth. Pay Ii
f East Coast discontinued Bradstreet is rising above the be opened 'accidentally. *
I 1885-Anna Pavloa Russian for workers will be above the
in West. I
his NOT made Key
cigar taxpayer to meet deficits as can government ing excursion coaches to the regular I ._ '
".1 16" 1..nl '
born. Died Jan. 22 1911. -
b illb -
t - -- ---- -- -
dancer present uuu;; eve'- u w e --- -
operated industries. It has to see a trains coming from Miami and I '
I low enough so that the men employed -
have all these billions before it risk running them on regular schedule ........s..............c will still out CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
Now tell us where chance to make a profit can keep an eye
between Miami and Key West. I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
In for jobs in private business. Projects
gone that Uncle Sam has been spending its savings. When making this change the company Today History I'
will be selected so as to use OF KEY WEST Ia. I
so lavishly. We haven't got any of it, Private business! cannot compete with advertised the fact with the ............ae.o..e.... the largest possible amount of at the close of business December 31. 1934,

have you? government business, and threats cannot result that there was an immediate 1C06-Guy Fawkes, hero' of labor for the money spent. The I Comptroller' Call 1
increase in the number ofpassengers
change that situation. England's Gunpowder Plot, exe money will be allocated on the basis RESOURCESLoans
south. It is
cuted. i of the greatest need-that is,| .. .
and Investments 305.639.43Overdrafts
.Key West is the logical place for a Regardless of whether one agrees said by officials of the company I I a state which has 20 percent of its ..._.._...__...._... $ 71.61
free trade zone but it is doubtful if its with General Johnson many of'his state- that the increase in travel will 1865-13th Amendment-abolishing people on rl"liefVii! get more thana I.I.II Banking House Furnitureand
be more noticeable next month. II ....... ..
political influence is sufficiently potent to ments have for the first time presented in 1 I' of slavery-adopted by state which has but ten percenton Fixtures 33,082.33
1 relief. It is said the public Bonds of States and Possessions
put jt over. plain language some of the underlyingcauses :More than eight hundred bas- Congress. works program will avoid compe- I' of the Unit'edStates

- .- that are retarding or preventing ketball fans saw the local Married I 1917-Germany announces un- tition with private enterprise, Other Bonds.and._Securities._ 139370.68 74,204.03
Men's team defeat the quintet which is justifiably jittery about I
Since both Karl Marx and Lenin held recovery. restricted submarine war in certain Stock of the Federal Reserve - ;,
from the University of Havana zones.!'! government activities in the industrial > Bank _..-.__-_...,_, 6,000.00
the brain-worker more or less in contempt last night in a fast and well played field. Temporary Federal] De-

leanings of Roosevelt toward socialism THE FIRST PHONOGRAPHIn game at the Athletic Club. The 1932-Country's railway wages The list of possible public works posit Insurance fund 1,954.01

consensus of opinion as expressedby lowered 10 percent.1931American has not been completed but a United States Govern-
that alone.
be discounted score
may on ment Obligations direct -
the crowd is
that it the
was number are known. Public build.
a letter written a few ago and
years fully guar-
best game played here' in a long dollar ings will be one. Bridge buildingwill anteed ._...._.._,....832744.73
Edison "I conceived the
is i often asked will stocksgo Thomas A. said: time and both sides deserve! cred be another. Soil conservation
The-question ated to .59.06 cents. devalu-I Cash and due from Bank: 495,168.9 : 1. 2 .913.70
up or down and the answer is "yes." idea of recording and reproducing Human it. The score was 43 to 37. The f and sanitation will come in for i.
first half found the visitors leading guarantee immediate (' their share as will tunnels, flood $1.888.235.19
speech and other sounds on July 18, 1877.
they'cannot Besides aerial
go sideways. by a score of 22 to 19. In prices are not inflated. dams and forest conservation. LIABILITIES

ascents and descends, they have the fur- Mr. Edison went on to say that he the second half the Married Men's Road! building will naturally be Capital....... $ 100000.00

ther accomplishment of leaving you flat. worked on his first model of the first team started out playing in the There will be a prize waltz to- near the head of the list. Surplus aDd Undivided Profits -.. 55.001.4
style to which local fans are accustomed night at the dance to be given in Circulation _, 100OOO.Of
phonograph during the following two to when they are playing the Athletic Club after the basketball -: There was considerable dissatisfaction Deposits ......_..._......_ 1.633,228.3'1
I : in the fact
Not Ponce de Leon but Columbus disCovered months and that "this first model was en- and by the end of the game game tonight. Music will be I that the president congress wants over the pub-!I 11.888.235.79Just

what Ls now Florida, accordingto tirely successful. He also declared that the rooters had been given a sufficiency furnished by the Variety Seven]I "
of thrills. The !second and and a pleasant time is assured)I ----- ---
book this model comprised all the basic prin-
in his
A. Verrill's version ,
Hyatt final game is! to be played tonight. all who attend. j CIIArIIII.lIIIIIIIAT..r. .'dIPII.I'111;
ciples which are still used in all phono- '
"Romantic: Florida the Key West portion --

of which was written here. Soon all graphs and talking machines. The Miami-Key West Lands! The Coast Guard Cutter Saul:ee) \'

Many will remember the early phonograph Corporation carries an announcement with Captain Brown in command, CARLOAD OF
of us will have to to school again. Received
go in this issue calling for arrived in port today from Dry CEY's35b
records made on wax cylinders.
realtors who have land on the I Tortugas with Cuban fishing I RUBBEROID

In future fight promoters should consider These were greatly inferior to the later keys or in Key West, apartment smack Adelfa in tow. The vesselis

Key West rather than Miami. Every disc records besides they were very fragile !I houses or dwellings for sale to list charged with violating the fed Light Weight "Bullseye." 35 Ib Light Weight "Surety." Sure

tirr? a big fistic encounter is arranged in and short-lived. Still the principles usedin them with the company. They I eral fishing law. \ Reasonable Price, 1 fT/\ to make a good rf -| j 75

the Magic City it has to be postponed on recording and reproducing the sounds I -- -- ------- - I Per Roll ..._.._..... tl) roof. Per Roll ..-... 3)) A.

account of cold weather. This is an extra were the same as those employed up to 45 Ib Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply 45 Ib Medium Weight "Surety."

expense: which could be obviated by having the present. to go at m 2 Ply,
Have installed 200
the ft&htajn the.Island City-the onlyostprJolciiyinfth The world owes much of its enjoy- you your-- Per Roll ______ Per Roll -..-.----. ti)2.25

/? : G United tat&.'O'" .J : ment and instruction to the idea born in 55 Ib Heavy Weight "Bullseye.." 55:rItr;;, 'Heavy Weight. uretjr:"

./ C.f,> M'* .. Edison's fertile brain fifty-seven years ago. General Electric 3 Ply, : V ; ? \ ; :s
;. $2 50'r .
Only the chap who is afraid of work Jt is gratifying that he was permitted tQ ' ::8'Lift"'t' Per Roll _----... ;;' )''- I 3'llJy.0$2, i' 7 !t 1 .

need look to the future with apprehen- enjoy along life in which to develop and ' ."'51 $1 t. Ii ALL ROLLS 'CONTAIN' 3"6LF.:: 3' C WIDE';WITH'SUFFIo a i n.t .1.-wrAtr"" Nll

witnessable universal employment of this .;r. } s sic, a-s J "
relief"will be for ; S
"WI. Soon the only inventions which Op I | ; ; .. iU'F61 N''Ph 'l i'G! . 9ctI, :, ; rr7ldj G.' ..
those who are incapacitated by physical or, and other epoch-making ., liri 5 v.x, /

mental disability. Mere poverty will be no he gave to mankind. t? .0' r" :
Carload of Wall Board Received I
excuse for there will be work and plentyof 1


his keep will have cause for trepidation.Most OR BACKINGS
Recently a financial writer pointedout Only t-ti": .,

how widely the funds of life insurance *, HARDBOARD 1-8" THICKNESS,
4 '
people think that the message ; 8c

to Garcia made famous by Elbert Hub- companies are distributed in investments I f S per Sq. Ft _..._ ----.,_____,_,_ I

bard was a written document. Even Car- and how many kinds of enterprises are depended :: .:"" I Iy'J I STRUCTO BOARD, 1-4" THICKNESS, SMOOTH ON

los Garcia Velez thought so. "Time" upon for the protection of policy- $1 l I I td. !! BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Ft______ 8c612c.

hows a picture of the aging son of a holders. For insurance companies must f Mk;<;--4.' DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH,

famous father in Cuban history rummaging invest their funds as it would be impos- r .. II per Sq. Ft. .... ..._...........-.-------- I II

of letters in vain search sible to allow them to remain idle. HOLDS! All THIS fOODI. I
Only about 11 cent of these resources 2 oil. Bulk 2 S'pet..cream I
for the valuable missive. Had :Mr. Garcia per .
is held in cash and in property I r>I<..*..cheese 2 CMU trait I I
written Captain Rowan now living m San ,I nice o 1 bottle ca<,*p
J Francisco he would have saved himself used in the transaction of the insurance ,.\ down bacLa 1 battle A'ckcriKf Ib,.to it a.bc4 2 lb.. I I " RECEp.Kit hen Utensils of every descripSANETTE
1 lvce S 1 big cucumber WASTE
this trouble for the captain states that business. The rest is invested in securitiesof . puts one in your 2 Ibi. tomacoc. l beacholtcr f tion that every house wife should
2 (rape trail e 2 TACLE. Works
'with foot 1 lever.
there was no mi sive. The message was public utilities, railroads telephone and . ,1.0me. 3 lnm.01 1 alad e >j dote: ottfgtt have. Yes we have. them All on
Mf drcMioc a I Ib. .
companies and in bonds of the lard e 2 left .. No bending or stooping.Vhtte
ral. telegraph *o.ee. caiaert I qi water boula
United States and its political subdivisions, I V :2 gr'tL4rel'ag: tear 12O1C finish each .--. $4.15 '
u.llW. 01 iu
as well as in mortgage on real estate.
For what reason should we join the .-
until 1st takes
World Court, described as the' backdoorto When it is considered that' legal reserve $.oo per July 53-PIECE GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH DINNER SET

the League of Nations repudiated by insurance in this country has assetsof care of the payment SERVICE FOR EIGHT. THREE COLORS TO SELECT

flu- people of the United States. In any some 20 billions of dollars, the enor- Don't miss the chance to have the FROM RED, BLUE AND GREEN TRIMMED IN GOLD

influence which this vast amount of
internal trouble we can take care of any mous

situation! that may arise and will resent capital must exert upon the life of the na- best of refrigeration at a $19.79 SetthflaConfracg&Enge I

outside interference. If we shinny on our tion can be readily understood.It small cost.

own side and do not go butting into the means that owners of life insur-

have direct interest in See us regarding.this. trial plan. Son
'preyerves of other nations we will always ance policies a ngC&

have peace. Years ago The Citizen about 6 per cent of the country's entire .

favored the entry of this country into the wealth. It also means that.anything which The Key West Electric Co. Phone 598 White and> I EEza Stmb

League Nations, but since we have hampers 'legitimate business and industryis I "Your home is worthy of the best" II'W
A. F. AYALA Sales Manager
learned much of human nature and the against the interests of these policy- :i

hicar.cry of European statesmen. holders and their families. I % 1* ** &MJirM&MMMMM&MM&&M4r4rjlI


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: ELABORATE LIFE the Queen Mary's davits. They
will be fireproof, and ,carry wireless
water and food sufficient for
I. '
(Br A.._UI 4 PTCM) a week, and a gallon of fish oil.

B VICTOR BRIDGES SPORTS GLASGOW Jan. 31.-When The latter item is included, the

r GERMAN-MADE MOVIES RULED the huge British liner Queen Mary designer says "for calming rough

Chapter 4S zically from under his grizzled eyeI I hits the open sea in 1936 the will waters," but experts say it is difficult -

SIR WILLIAMthat's >rows. "May: I offer my congratulations : I AGAINST BY WORKING carry elaborate life boats. to vision one gallon of oil
: and may I add that from what
/"IF the case- I Bald "I can I! have see of your work I am con CLASSES IN SWEDEN Eight 145-passenger steel craft calming more than two or three

' forgive everyone rve no grievance vinced that the Committee have )I : are being designed to swing from good-sized) waves.:!
against the police anyhow. If come to a most wise and excellent I I I
'they hadn't arrested me I should decision? CAULIFLOWER --I (Br A.._ .... Pr*..)
never have met Molly. "And now"-he made a momentary I STOCKHOLM Jan. 31.-A

t "All the same." Interposed Mr. pause". am Just wondering : formal protest to the government, 1i
vresswell, "I presume you will have In view of all this previous excitement I FRIDAY NIGHTThe
By OSCAR PITA I I by the editor of a theater owners'magazine
no objection to a proposal which whether It would be advisable
(was made to us this morning by tbeTrealury. to: administer any further stimu Pete Nebo, the much celebrated -f erweight scrapper is booked to I has revealed that Ger-

{ They have expressed (lants. What do you think Sir Jer- scrapper among the big shots, meet Kid Pelican in the semi-final I man-made motion pictures have h\

their willingness to discharge the roldr) will stage a four-round exhibition] wind up. Zarate holds the only I' Lopez Funeral Home dia- been effectively boycotted in Swe-

entire expenses of your triaL I have, "He's pretty tough'' said! Jerry with his brother John, at the knockout victory recorded againstthe mondball ten will cross bats with den this past year by the working

'in fact already taken the responsibility "and as for Molly, she's got the High School gym next Monday Pelican lad. Adams Dairy tomorrow night at classes.

of accepting their offer. nerves of a prizefighter. night. Bobby Waugh and Young the Bayview Park Field. The decision of socialistminded

i I looked at him with approvaL "Well. then in that cue I thinkwe Fernandez, a pair of featherweights -I Duke Warren, who didn't lookso These clubs have two postponedgames trade unions not to patronize

"You did quite right said. -Nothing might perhaps take the risk. I may fight the main go. hot against Baby Face Rojas to be played off.BASKETBALL German movies film distributorssay
could give me so much pleasureas have come here to tell you that every I II last! Monday night, wants another has caused a drastic curtailment

to think of Seymour being taxedIn claim which Osborne put forward I Some three weeks ago. this)II' shot at the Wild Bull who scoreda in the number of such films

order to pay my debts. for your father's invention Miss same pair, Fernandez and Waugh j technical knockout victory over I I AT brought into Sweden. .a
( O'Brien was entirely Justified. You
\ "What are they going to do about are the owner of one of the most I' had signed an agreement for a the Atlanta pug. Warren offers no This has been especially true it I
Mrs. Cawllandr asked Molly valuable discoveries ever made In bout in January. Yesterday, ) alibi for his defeat but close SCHOOLTONIGHT I I is pointed out in the Swedish

I I -Nothing." Mr. Cresswell smiled the field of metallurgic research." when Promoter Nebo asked them friends of the former Marine boxer provinces. In Stockholm a few

dryly Tnoura she was undoubted Molly flushed happily. "rm so to get in shape for their scrap j, states the Duke failed to train I I theaters have been billing German
ly an accessory after the crime, the glad she said. "There was only Monday, both of the men offered| himself sufficiently because he films quite steadily.
occasion' Is one on which the Crown one thing I really wanted all through alibis which could not work with had been told that Rojas was a.. FERA girls' basketball team I r In some cases German films Fine Tackle
.is disposed to exercise Us prerogative -that was that father should) have John. Of the two Fernandez yellow fighter and would lie down j;![ will meet the Senior High School have been presented without the Fishing
of mercy. The case against! her the full credit for what he'd done." seemed the notst unwilling although -I the minute he saw blood. 1! varsity tonight at the High School credit lines indicating where they
,wlll l be dropped. "You may be sure he will." Sir he holds a decision over 1 I Gymnasium. were produced. -

I IWe've done pretty well taking It William beamed on her paternally.! Bobby. This, writer is of the opinion I I Another game will be played by The protest to the government Made ByPflueger
all around observed Jerry content-
' The Is "With your approval I propose to I that the Duke could' make a' far I the Junior IJigh. first team and attacks this boycott as being unfair I
.dll. the
only thing left now
christen the metal 'Brienite.:
formula.wish to goodness we could I can assure new you that in a few John's card for Monday is not better showing than he did list I'I' the Senior ,High second team. I I the more so since a boycottof Vom Hofe and South Bend

hear from Avon I It would, Just put months It will ha one of the most a sure factor as yet. There is pos-I Monday night. Warren: too doubt, The" games are being sponsored German-made merchandise, I I ,

the finishing j touch: ,to everything. widely discussed words In the English sibilities, however, that the pair had high respect for Rojas by the tarent-Teacher's Association also agreed upon by the trade I FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH

'i The, 'old lawyer 'consulted his language."_ ', . may come to some agreement in I, teen-pound advantage in fir-I I of the Division_Street School. unions, has not been carried out -

,'watch. "If 'you can restrain yourilmpatlenee .'"Are yon going to make this simple time enough so that the show may I:, ,. to any great extent. I I.SAL See Our Complete Line \
{ for. abo'nt two minutes child Into a bloated) capitalist demanded be properly advertised. There's I Pete Nebo 'went into trainingthis I I ROBBERY'THROUGH TUNNEL .
'''Sir Jerro!!!, I thin* It highly probable ,' will be in "
Jerry. some reason why Fernandez is not week and seen a TED PICKLES' EXPENSIVE
' that: yonrwlsb' will be gratified. very anxious to meet Waugh just I four-round exhibition bout with GLASGOW.-John Walker of I 'Hardware StoreCAROLINE

"What do yon mean?" We all three "I don't think all the money In the right now. his brother next Monday night, this city worked three weeks in I I LIVERPOOL.When a Chinese Thompson's

shot out the Inquiry simultaneously) world could affect' Miss O'Brien's which will be an added attractionto digging a tunnel under a jewelry shipment billed as "salted pickles" I

-I haven't mentioned It before"Mr. charm. returned Sir William gal- If the Fernandez-Waugh bout John's weekly show. store, which he robbed of $15-I I arrived in this city it was found STREEETIRELIABLE '

- Cresswell was evidently en- lantly "but there Is no doubt that should go through Young Kilbane 000 worth of goods only to be to. contain $75,000 worth of
'Joying himselfbut as a matter of I I I I
is of
she In some danger being extremely
fact I had a conversation on thetelephone well off. I have drawn will be there to fling a challenge Plans are now under way to arrested the next day. ,.opium. I
' up at the winner. have either Johnny Lucas or Lou
, with Sir William before certain tentative suggestions, which -
{joining you at the Home Office. He I[ propose to discuss with Mr. Cress- I I I Terry meet Pete in a 10-ronnd'
expressed a wish to see all four ot welL Cheta wants a return match bout in a local ring some time in rIIIIII.lII.lIIII'llllllllllldlll.lIII

us this morning and since we had "Briefly speaking, they amount to with Fernandez so that he might I I February possibly the 25th. Nebo I

arranged to return to the flat after this. I am prepared to put up a capital I erase the defeat the former truck has already signed agreements to
oar Interview I suggested that It time last fight main in Miami, Jacksonville -
) of two hundred thousand which driver handed him some goes
might be convenient to him to meetus I think will be sufficient to install year. Palm Beach and Tampa. .

here.Twelve. the necessary plant. In return for I His first Florida contest, how-

o'clock) was the time he the sole rights of manufacture I will Joe Zarate a sweet little feath- ever, will be staged in Key West. FIRMS !
proposed and as It's one minute to pay Miss O'Brien twenty thousand L .
the hour Imagine that he will - -----
now pounds In cash. and she will' also be ------ --

be with us very shortly. Whatever registered as the holder ot fifty ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeBATTING e SKATES TO WORK
else may be said against them successful thousand one-pound shares. It these
business men are generally)! shares have not trebled in value AVERAGESIN
YUBA CITY Calif. E. E. fc Offer Their and Satisfaction
punctual. within the next few years"-be Who Customers Service I
home in this
There was a sudden prolonged shrugged his shoulders) -"well, I Gray goes from his
trin at the front door belL shall regard myself as an extremely DIAMONDBALL city to his barber shop in Tudor
-Like a conjuring trick] Isn't It?" indifferent prophet. and returns each day a total dis- ......................e.e*..ee.eeee..e.e.eeeeee.ie eeeeooeee.eeeeeeeeeeeee*..eeeeeeeeoeee>..e*.e

remarked Jerry admiringly. "Shore "Thank you" said Molly simply) ........................ tance of 22 miles on roller skateS.
away that glass Nick and for goodness "It sounds splendid. She slipped I PLANTS, FLOWERS, : DELICIOUS : !
sake try to look pale and her hand into mine and squeezed I Batting averages in the Senior ....................... CAKES and PASTRIES. BETHEL'SSERVICE SWEET CLOVER \

heroic I think yon ought; to be bolding It gently. "You won't mind. Nick Diamondball League for the games VINES : : STATION : CONDENSED MILK l:.

Molly' hand." I'll do my best not to get bloated." played up to date are as follows: CLASSIFIED : AUTO SERVICE :

We heard Dawson cioss the hail I laughed. "I'm not frightened." I Player AB R. H. Ave. Cocoanut Plants, each ISc e> S : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR \

and the next moment the door said "but it will take a lot of living Kerr Lopez 824 ..500C. COLUMN Hibiscus Plants eachBougainvillea IGc.2Sc : CARS WASHED : NEIGHBORHOOD. STORE I|
opened. up to. I shall certainly have to buy CARS POLISHED .
Lunn, Lopez .. 7 2 3 .420 Red or Par- .
-Sir William Avon. be an- those striped trousers.'There's ." Ingraham. Lopez 10 2 4 .400 ........................ pie I 5D co.00 GOOD GULF GASOLINE : Same quality and weight ss j
nounced. - .
one other pointcon. s TOP SERVICE
Massive and erect, his famous H. Gates, Busy Bee 11 2 4 .363 k. J other higher priced condensed
tinued our guest, addressing him Poinsettia Plants SOe to $1.00 : BATTERY SERVICE
. Howard Adams .. 11 2 4 .363 I milk.
lock of white hair drooping forward ,
self to Molly. "Speaking as a representative -
W Crotons each 25c
across his forehead the great man of the shareholders Miss Sterling Lopez .. 6 1 2 .333 LOST-One pair of rim glasses incase J : GULF SERVICE WITH A I: -DISTRIBUTED BY- I
, Adams ._.. 9 ::1 3 ..333P. i J Turks Cap, each 25e : SMILE
stepped past him Into the room. A :O'Brien. I feel that we owe a considerable Ward Case marked Raskins Optical -
single) glance from his keen blue debt of gratitude both to Gonzalez. BB 12 3 4 .333 Company Return to Grace J| Roses, dozen, mm $1.20 : Our Ready-to-Scrve Cake : n TRUJILLO BROTHERS

eyes seemed to take In the whole Mr. Trench and to Sir Jerrold A. Acevedo. BB 9 5 3 .333 Kemp, 601 Caroline street. II m :sad Pastries .are always fr shl I :
lot of Individually and collectively )! Mordannt. Again with your approve Bethel BB ...__ 722 ..285E. jan31-ltx Florida .. __ GIVE US A TRIAL WHOLESALE GROCERY
and then with a friendly smile I would suggest that we Albury BB .... 712 .285 South Nursery Maloney & Peacock :c*'. Fleming and &UUMU step : I

that completely changed his expression should ask each of them to accept Baker, Lopez 11 2 3 .272 LOST-Gold Wrist Watch with. PL... 597 Catkrla. St. PHONE 818 I PHONE 913Se : Division sad Thomas Streetseeeeoeeeeeeeeee

where Molly he was stepped standing.forward to five"There thousand won't shares.be any trouble M. Acevedo, BB 11 3 3 .272 gold back bracelet of watch.attached.Reward.Initialsin Casa (4 .. . . ...................... .............................. *eeHAPPY .
Pitchers' record follows: :
about that.said Molly firmly. y SELECT SEA FOODS S
Marina. Jan30-3t
.PitcherW.. L. Pet. DAYS ARE HERE
MORNING Miss O'Brien. do 1 tell them. PLUMBING
"They always as
'GOOD C. Lunn Lopez ..._ 1 0 1.000 j
charmed to meet you She sat up with a sudden exclamation. u FOR RENT Jewfish. 2 Ibs. INSURANCE :
I again and I am especially pleased "Ob. but we're forgetting the W. Gates, Busy Bee .. 3 1 .750 1 Yellowtail 1 Steak, 2 Ibs. 3Sc : : .
Adams .._..._ 1 1 ..500A. y
that able to be here to- Ward
yon were most important person of all. Why SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All .
. ." He shook hands with her and if It wasn't for Jimmy .." Lunn Lopez ....._ 0 1 .000 modern conveniences. l Yellowtail on Bone 2 lb. 25e : Offices 319 Dnral Street;:

the two others and then turned to "I haven't overlooked the tact." Sterling. Lopez ......_ 0 1 .000 Bathing and fishing at your Grouper, 2 Ibs. ._. 25e : DURO PUMPS : e> I

me. And bow Is the patlentr he Sir William dived Into his breast Tynes, Adams _._ 0 1 .ooeToday's back door. Frank Johnson, Snapper 2 11>>.. _____ : PLUMBING SUPPLIES : :

Inquired. pocket and produced an envelope Colonial Hotel Building. Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. 2S u TELEPHONE NO. 1 ':
If "Practically) cured." r said. "('u "'was much Impressed with what .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.e :

yisd soTndctt gocflBejrs this morn- you told me about thfn boy's> lofelll- Horoscope 't, .K\ Ian7-tf % tl\QtJaeJ) f# oysters PHONE 348 : :-

fW; thsft.J. Vel /ilVe.tetUng. up and gence and pluck. I propose to band FURNISHED Rt1IENT, 5 I A 'SHRIMP --THE Try, Your,Meala. At 'S
L ancla-" * him a check for two hundred*'and' ......................e Bth ; jf Criqwt .
I. Rooms and Lrv Mry Tubs,
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J rSo tka Interflow,, ,jwas a sapcossr Arty pound; and If he likes to tome The last day of the month car- 'Garage and Tee, H4ne. 514 King: li'n"f: Mack.r.1l J Delmonico( 'Restasrantnudvr f ;
ills;: took a chair at the foot ot tbe to ma I will,nod him a Job In my OWlS PORTERALLENCOMPANY ,
ries more force than power of ae- Margaret. "**. -4- jan2 DELIVERY2Sc JOHN C. PARK '.icr r : .. __ 15..
> ; are apt "
pin the dlreetloB ot Mr. CreMwelL1 for clad ot that type." fcLOWEFISH .
COMPANY Six Cour.a- :-;-ar*, \
, ; 1 can't say that I am altogether\ Jerry leaned and pressed more by strange impulses 1 : -i
IIUsftedOO replled the lav..yet."bat across and reason. Remember that more will t **r PHONE 151 .___u__ 50e, 75c, and isi c 'S
the bell. "We'll have him up 328 SIMONTON ST.

considering the reluctance of the let him speak for himself. Where's be gained than by the exercise of brute discretion Week.RENT Repair by; the all Hour makes, Day and or m -..........e..eoe.**.***oooeeoeeee*.*.e<>e"e>.....................e.e......b..e..........ctAttention ;
official mind to admit any possibilityot Jimmy be added as Dawson appeared by mere
error. I suppose that, on tbe in tbe doorway. strength. Yon may carry your paint them with Nu-Enamel. We I Our Reputation U Wrap. : AARON : t
whole we may consider ourselves "At the present moment sir he point for the moment but danger carry a full supply of parts. ; McCONNELL' I: IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Housewives! +
fortunate. Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles ped in .ery package : S3C Flemi.. Street lw 'i1
is brushing George". follows close in such cases. ? To see the pRETTY GIFTS : l.
"He means that they've offeredto ""Well tell him to stop it and and sell them as low as $1.00 I
pay my expenses." 1 explained. come here." lIe turned to me."Whatdo per week. J. L. Stowers Music of \\ > : and NOVELTIES at : We are now offering 3 .s'iI

-Not only that." broke la: Molly, you say Nick? I suppose we COLORED BALLGAMKPLANNED Company. jan18ImoMISCELLANEOUS : <.** '*: : THOMPSON'S FREE S grades of
"but they're giving Nick tbe commission ought to accept this handsome offer. I ';
for the new memorial. It One isn't often paid for enjoying PRINTINGDONE Watch 11L : MARINE MUSEUM
'will be a lovely slap in the eye for oneself." AMERICAN COFFEE
all the people who have been abusing (Copyripat,1ssl I. Fenn FutlnMna Co.) CASH PAID for used furniture.! BY US I *!& e 324 Margaret Street :

him. 1013 Southard street :Things that your friends will : -at-
I I "It will be Indeed." Sir William jan7-lmox >L -THEWATCHMAKER Come in and
Jimmy makes a decision, tsmor DOUBLEHEADER TO BE PLAYED 5appreciate.
leaned hack and surveyed us quiz.S. row. I' .them. :
. AR T MAN Your next lobster Crab Dinner
- -- -- ---- - - I : See Him Fu Your Next Work !
..... .. ENGLISH PARK I A bid 2 will be much more delicious .
.ee ae i inter to the Dominican Republic WANTED- chance to on m ALL PRICES REDUCED
1 order ,The H . J : :if.it is baked and served ba our : STAR COFFEE MILLS J
born at Providence, R. I., 46 your|jnext'printing tCtttsen BWjT. I
Today's Birthdays Hours 12 1 6 Giant Scallop Heart Sea
years ago.John I ,ATtman Press ang7 : 9 U U : or ;: 512 Greece St. Phone 256 3

S.S..S..S.....a.... ).... Play in the colored baseball PHONE 51 Opea 3atarday Nights .Shells. ? aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Gen. William W. Atterbury,J, Spargo of Vt.. noted au league will get under way Sunday FOR SALE .................If..... .....e.......................... e ......ee.e....eee..eee>
February 10, with a doubleheader
president of the Pennsylvania thor born in England, 59 years TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO DINE AT THE : :
at Nelson English Park. Three Birds Animals Fish
Railway born at New Albany PRITCHARD I SERVE THE
ago. I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.OLD .
hie1., 69 years ago. Coconuts clubs makeup, Tigers the and league Hawthorns., the ; aul PLAZA RESTAURANT- MOUNTED : DESSERT. 1 1I

Rupert Hughes of Los Angeles The Coconuts will play the first I II FUNERAL HOME
Dr. Irving Langmuir, famed I PAPERS FOB SALE Two CECIL Palm Ice Cream
novelist-biographer born at Lancaster twin bill, taking on the Hawthorns o GRAY Royal
chemist of the General Electric :I bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office f you are accustomed to
: :Mo., 63 years ago. I in the first game and the Tigers. :
Reserach Laboratory Schenectady oct16 I dicing at home, you will l find TAXIDERMIST : Dignified, SywpataeUe Aa4llfft'&Weet
the The Sunday
in second. second -
N. Y., born at Brooklyn, N. ; : : I
Y., 54 years ago. Zane Grey of Altadena. Cal.: the Tigers will play the double-! MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 a novel and .. Omrttsy BARBECUES of all 1w.

Western novelist, born at Zanes-: header and the third Sunday, sheets $1.25. The Artman I Jl jopLl. wrf.. S FiDe Work At a Rea.0 ;

ville 0., 60 years ago. : February 24, which is a Cuban Press, Citizen Building. I : LICENSED EMBALMER : DeEdras Tested Sandwiches '
Admiral able Price
Henry A. Wiley U. S. win .
holiday, the play jun27tf BREAKFAST j
N., retired, born at Troy, Ala., 68 COLDBEIiR:
Agnes Rothery of University,I! the two games.
years ago.Judge Va., travel author, born at Brookline Charles Perkins and Rufus PRINTING-Quality Printing at LUNCHEON ; PHONE 20 s.na..
Mass.\ 47 years ago. Cleare are the umpires. The first the Lowest Prices. The Art SUPPER :' e BOB'S BARBECUEPLAZA

Irvine L. Lenroot ef Wis., game will be called at 1:30 p. m. man Press. az1 801 Fleming Street LADY ATTENDANT ;
of the U. S. Court of Customs and Dr. C. Frederick Koelsch of the George Lee is manager of the Ti- ; RESTAURANT i Wkk at N..... StMrt

Patent Appeals born at Superior, Univ. of Minnesota, chemist bornat gers, George Dean of the Coconuts BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now boa D.,. Street : KEY WEST FLA. :;pomS4. 5I: Curb S.rvU. I IIII'"I""II'.I1111111111IJ
Wi .. CC years ago. Boise. Ida., 28 yean ago. and Will Carey of the Haw- lOc each er 3 for 25e at The

thorns. Each club is allowed 15 -Artman Press, Phone 51., Citi-
Han F. SchOenfeld, U S. Uln-, I Subscribe to The Citizen. players, it is shows. 'ien Building. octl.6 :


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:-: SOCIETY : : A Cuban"Continental Clab Dance" will be ON FISHING TRIPMaxwell HEREHAVE ISSUEDDuring BARGAIN BUYSMr.

given at.the Cuban Club tomorrow
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress
evening starting at 9 o'clock Under Perkins, publisher of I CHARGE OF BUILDING the week ending today,

'PHONE 752-J i! the auspices of the Sodality Scribners :Magazine and Erl there was only one marriage license -

................55 555 55555 55 ssss.ssss SSSS SSSS SSS I of St. Mary' Church. Roman, editor of the Rod and Reel TOWERS AT DESIGNATED issued from the office of

Music will be furnished by section of the Miami Herald are

Presidential Ball At Country Bob's Orchestra.... visitors in Key West. POINTS Judge Hugh Gunn. This. permitted
I' 'L' the marriage of Samuel(EfDosseU
.*, They are out fishing today as
Club Last Night Grand Success ,:IEGAL guests of Author-Ernest Hemingway Arriving.this week.in Key West and Marie C. Ellis.

-- on his cabin cruiser Pilar. was ,th -First Order; Trjangulatlon: 'check of the register for the

i\ Tiff CIRCUIT COURT OK TilE I Party of the Coast and Geodetic month "January shows a total!
The committees in charge of frankly metropolitan and sophisti- ,
TWKXTIETII nirui. nncriT I...Ss f 55551 SIlls........ Survey under command of Lieu of 11 licenses issued by the prObate -
President's cated. Handsome accessories in OH THH STATE OF FI.OHII ,
the Birthday Ball
matching or contrasting color and. 1% AMI FOR )tO%ROt' : COl'.NTY.i ..' tenant John Bowers:' :Jr.. judge.
which took place last night at the \ ciiA:>rKnv. PERSONAL MENT.sSsSsSSS.SSs5.5SSSSSS This has charge-'of building -
i design were particularly noted as JU.HWND S. SPITZ. 'I party
Key West Country Club are to Complainant. '." .. T the the designated .
well as many exquisite corsages of 1., ' '" - ,towers at points How One Woman Lost 0-
I vs. F.rrrlo..Brr .' Lira .f TaxOrtlflratr : .. , made
I the y'iec'ently
be It - by
congratulated. was a grand fresh flowers. .. affair and definitely one of the The Club was simply packed LISDA A. GREE *t al. Leroy Torres, Monroe County by the party under Lieutenant W. 20 Pounds of Fat

:foremost social events of the sea- full of merrymakers. Even with OF Defendantll.ORDER PUBLICATION. 'prison guard, returned yesterday II. Bainbridge.

eon. the dance floor crowded, the It appearing by the sworn bill from Miami where he went for When tower construction has Lost Her Prominent Hips,
filed in the above stated f"ause.1: the fights held Monday night. been another party will
The Country Club ballroom, in tables and booths that lined the that Linda A. Or er. sometimes Double Chin SluggishnessGained

its decorations of big green palm ballroom, as well as those on the known a. Lina A. Greer and -l arrive to make observations which ,

fronds, and the orchestra playing outside veranda, were occupied by Greer, her husband It married and Robert Braun, United States will tie in the work here with the Physical VigorA
alive\ are residents of the Countyof -
who business visit
from the balcony, formed a per- gay little groups. A number of Philadelphia. State of 1't'nnllyl.1 Navy, was on a network which covers the entire Shapely FigureIf

fect tropical background for a private cocktail parties were held vania and that a more particular to Miami for several days, re. seacoast of the United States.
residence address of
place of or turned yesterday. I
gay and brilliant company moving previous to the Ball, and every- said defendants i Is unknown to complainant you're fat-first remove the

about, dancing, laughing and one was in a jovial, gala mood for and if dead that the residence : cause.

enjoying itself to the full. ,I I| the occasion.A heirs and devisees whereabouts grantees or of other their Charles L. Roberts, manager of SUNDAY DINNER I Take one half teaspoonful of Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres,

The affair was not strictly for wide selection of dance claimant are unknown; that Ho the Porter-Allen Company, returned SUGGESTIONS KRUSCIIEN SALTS in a glass of fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted
ratio Wallace Itarraclough and Mrs. yesterday from a three
mal, though a number of full music was played, including the Barraclough. his wife, if married days visit in Miami. hot water every morning-in 3 Home Site, Hotels or Apartments. Owner needs money

dress suits were in evidence ever popular and lovely Viennese and alive, are residents State of the of weeks get on the scales and note and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
the male contingent. The waltzes the catchy pulse- County of Philadelphia. By ANN PAGE
among to quick, Pennsylvania and that a more particular Airs. Mamie' Atchison arrived how many pounds of fat have I
ladies were uniformly beautifully stirring modern rhumbas and place of residence or address weather throughout the vanished. Ideal Spot for Apartment House' A REAL BARGAIN-Waterfront

garbed, and such a steady streamof cariocas. These were rendered by; of said defendants is unknown yesterday from Miami to attend WINTRY has slowed production I Corner lot size, 115 feet !
100 by ,
Notice also that have gainedin .
I to complainant and if dead, the funeral services of Mrs.; Dora and movement of. most perishable I II I you ; : property on Key, Largo at
gorgeous gowns floated past Robert Pinder and his orchestra that the residence and whereaboutsof : Hotel Casa
In Texas skin us clearer fr9atDC; ,farina,
Atchison tbehlt43OC1ock I I foodstuffs. A ae erlt"rceze energy your Tavernier 150 feet ,fronting..Atlantic ,
devisees, or -
their grantees
thi observer that it was absolutely'impossible with commendable and heirs '
verve 'baa seriously damaged the spinach feel bodyKBU: Southern and ,.Eastern
other claimants are unknown; that this afternoon.. _ I you younger \ '
to single out dash. I II 1 roccoliJ-be'et' ind'curot crops of that eXPolure'l 'Ocean, extending back'to'
Horatio Karraclough and Mrs. i SCIIEN will give a-ny.fa. persona POU limits this; it is.,a,
any several few for detailed description It was indeed a large evening! JUrraclough. his wife, if marriedand Ii region so that higher prices may be Luti9K.No.i73. Overseas Highway distance. 525
however joyous surprise.Get
alive. are residents of the Mrs. Ross RobertSj.JSjft yiday I(looked tBjyiyv'yregetables. :
.,\-\ "t ji\.i j I! f.orJfeyvVesfc tppckty' and the! County of Philadelphia State of; afternoon .accompanied, ? Joy ,* ar \plqt>) \ ])4telther cheap or a quarter pound jar of : 'li !It : : 'blofck feet.,. fronting road from .OverseasHighway .
I Suffice \it Jo .fcay that nowhere large numbej pf- winter guests: Pennsjlvania and that a more particular ; ,I moderately priced among them po- KRUSCIIEN SALTS '"from: "BETTER'E "J.' '
CJuld there 'Have\ appeared an array And representativestol the FERA plane of residence or address her little son'. palled; ,to.}Miimj! because 'tatoe.MfU""' TJf'B1P.. cabbage any :fronting;; Yacht .Basin 'on North : to water. T i* part 'pft ..
i I of said defendants is unknown! of the itfqess of'a,brother. I kale cadri \&Adgteen peas. leading druggist anywhere in Beach iie"148' feeti '6'inches' by an estate of Jovelier and more taste- organization attending. j to complainant and if dead. that Grapefruit. navel oranges and America (lasts 4 weeks). If this t'
the residence and whereabouts uf I 150 feet. This would he ideal l'spot $1,200 takes it. Actquick.: 'Listing -,
fully gowned women than appeared An outstanding feature of the Grandi apple are the outstanding fruits, bottle doesn't convince this is
their heirs. de\lsees. grantees or Wallace R. Cheves Past you
last night at the BalL Ball was the presence of &fr.' and other claimants are unknown: that left']' though strawberries are beginning to the easiest safest and surest way for private home or Apartment No. 40.Corner I
Master of Florida Masons, be and moderate' In ,
plentiful the
the residence and whereabouts of House. Investigate while
Every color in the spectrum was Mrs. George Morgan and A. S. ,
the defendants, D. McFarlane and yesterday for Jacksonville to attend ] to lose fat-your money gladly re Business Property ,
is right. Listing No. 132. on
cost.Meats price
represented also and : and brother of Butter and
many new Morgan, parents Mrs. McFarlane, his wife. If continue high. turned.-adv.( )
the funeral services of Grand! Duval street Owner offers this
married and alive, and if dead, their higher though eggs will be
blended shades. There were soft, Keith Morgan vice president of i eggs are
Beautiful located home North
unknown heirs. devisees, granteesor Secretary Wilbur P. Webster,] lower as, production Increases and on property at a great sacrifice First
flowing filmy chiffons, in colors the Warm Springs Foundation, other claimants are unknown: I Beach fronting Yacht Basin
conditions Improve ,
who died Tuesday.A. I USES HAND LABOR TO $3,000 cash offer takes it.'Worth
and gaily flowered designs; velvets who are spending the winter in That each of said known defendantsare I I Here are three menu suggestions Grounds cover half block, with
in the dark hues, mostly, of Key West. over the age of twenty-one I which are timely and suited to three HELP UNEMPLOYMENT more than double. Don't miss this
1 1I
>ears and that there is no person or S. Purnell freight-traffi levels ILow large two-story home. Property opportunity Listing No. 218.
magenta, navy blue and black; During the evening Mr. Mor- persons In the State of Florida the !I budget fronts on three streets and is offered (
agent for the Atlanta, Birmingham -
sleek, clinging satins and crepes; made a brief talk during service of a summons in chancery. I Cost Dinner Aimoelalrd Prrtn Improved
gan upon whom will hind said defendants I and Coast Line Railroad, Illy ) for half its actual property, Angela
vari-colored laces; one or two of which the announcement was or any of them; that complainant business Pan-broiled Chopped Beef BRUSSELS, Jan. 31.-Because Don't miss this bargain. street, next to corner of Duval
in West for
'who was Key a .alu"1
the very new plaid taffetas. I,:i made that 84 telegrams had been other unknown believes claimants that there having are or 1 conference with shippers' Creamed Baked Potatoes Rutabagas' of the unemployment situation, No. 178. Street Size, 99 by 94, 8 inches.

Styles were copious, and ranged sent from the ballroom to Wash- claiming an Interest In and to the Miami. Bread and Butter the Belgian government has for Improvement on this property
left yesterday for
from the deceptively pimple! in- ington, conveying congratulations property described in complainant's I I Sliced Oranges and Bananas bidden use of steam shovels or Two-story home on Flagler consists of two one-story frame

genue-ish, girlish frocks to the to President Roosevelt. bill "On of (complaint the Island to-wit of: Upper Mr. and Mrs. Gus lion, of, Tea or Coffee Milk similar labor saving machinery on Avenue, corner property, ideal location buildings, one used for business,

Matecumbe. Part vf Lot 3, Medium Cost Dinner public works except in emer -just the home you are' and the other for dwelling. $1,600
-- -- ------ --- 385, recorded in Springfield Mo., who were spend
Hook E-5. Page ,
for. Listing No.
Monroe County Records and beIng Fried Chicken New Potatoes gencies. The edict made 6,000 I takes it. Terms may be arranged.'
ing a vacation in Key West, left I'
Committee Assignments Made For in Section %8. Township 63So. Carrots and Peas new jobs on the Albert Canal. Furnishedtwostory Listing No. 218 A.
., Range 37: E.. containingtwo on the Steamship Cuba last night Bread sn.l Butter Exceptional Bargain-

I and one half acres and for Tampa en route to Memphis,! Orange Cream Pie home on Whitehead I
Here is real home
Cabaret Show Here Coming MonthCommittee more follows particularly; described as Tenn. I I Tea or CoTee Milk CH ILDRENSCDS street in exclusive neighborhood.: having 7 a rooms, all -modern Bungalow improvements

Situate lying and being in -- I Very Special Dinner fronting Coral Park and beautiful 80
; rose trees or more
the of Monroe and State
appointments have ert Lord, Mrs. John Key, Mrs. of "Florida County to-wit: Benjamin Sawyer, head of the: Bouillon view of ocean. No better location in yard; 10 different kinds of

been made Charles Wardlow, Mrs HaiTyPrindle "Commencing at an Iron bolt I Lopez Funeral Parlor, who was in Roast Beef Pan-browned Potatoes could be found, and the price is fruit trees and two bearing
covering the various grapevines.
on the North Side of the Rightof '' Cauliflower with Parsley Butter right. Listing No. 265.
:Mrs. Reynolds Miami on a combined business; I Located half block
phases of theACabaret Show to be'! George Way of the Florida East 1 Tomato and Lettuce Salad one
t Mrs. II. S. Dexter Mrs. A. II.I Coast Railroad said bolt beingon and pleasure trip, returned yes Hot Rolls and Butter Ideal Home, corner of Flemingand from City Park in a most desirable,
held at the Coral Isle Casino on the Eastern boundary of the Ice Cream with Strawberries
I Ilewett, Mrs. VeseyJohnson.. townslte of Islamorada on the J I Coffee White streets, overlooking neighborhood. Near school, church
February 8th under the personal) Frederick Island of Monroe
Decorating: Mrs. reservation. Southern!: and Yacht Basin. Size of lot 80

direction of Mrs. Lillian Connally,: Kirtland, Mrs. O. S. Long, Mrs.C. County run N., K.'ly Florida along from said said Right bolt Norman Lowe who has been!I government and eastern exposure. This property I i by 90 feet. Price, 5500. Terms
of New York, and sponsored: as W. Goethe, Mrs. Hugh K. of Way 189 feet, thence run at attending the Florida University is offered at a bargain, andon | half cash. Listing No. 120.

in the past by the Key West Wo-' Taylor Mrs. Frederick Knapp, right angles to said Right of at Gainesville, was an arrival in''! .
I'I'man's terms. Listing No. 11.
I Way in a N. W.'ly direction the'' DUNDEE, Scotland.Severalwomen I
Club. Mrs. Jackson Golden, Mfrs. Andrew 483 feet thence run at right Key West last evening over I Seven-Room Bungalow in most

This show is expected to be*: Miller, Mrs. William H. angles in a S. W.'ly direction highway for several days' visit from prominent families Here is yowr opportunity for, detirable residential section All

elaborate 189 feet, to the boundary line with relatives and friends. I were among the 36 female patrons Income Location, Unit!
even and entertaining property-
more Malone Mrs. L. P. Toalin, Mrs. of the townsite of Islamorada. i modern conveniences House in thy
I taken in gambling house raid in '!
than prvious ones. Newt Lewis Pierce, Mrs. Ray Brightman -. thence at right angles along a ed street, near White street best ef condition. Open plumbing,
talent has been enluted '! said \boundary line in a S. Ely Mrs. Robert Brown left yes-, this city. Southern Improvements I
together Mrs. Chester Curry, Mrs. direction 483 feet to starting exposure. I etc. This is a real bargain: $3-

with the accomplished singers and i Willard I Albury, Mrs. F. II. Rut- point and being part of lovt. terday afternoon for Homestead consists of two small cottages new.' 500 takes it. Terms ca. be ar

dancers who have taken part in, ter, Mrs. John McCann, Mrs. Lot 2. Section 25. Township 63 to join her daughter Miss\ Leo-,' Hoover elected director of N. ly repaired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. 91.
So., Range 37 E., containingtwo
the shows heretofore. I Frederick Ford.Refreshments. and one half acres more or dawn Jerguson, and witness the Y. Life Insurance Company. one and rent the other. Terms can
The committee appointmentsare !I : :M'rs. J. F. Lank- less." basketball games to be played between -! t be had and the price is right. List Unimproved Building Lot. Size
It is therefor Ordered and said
as follows: I'I ford, Mrs. Jack Gaiti. Mrs. Wes- defendants. Linda A. Greer some'I the Key West High School MONROE THEATER It'1TA'JY4EIt1j,1f.Fi, ;leg No. 49. 50 by 150 feet; location, Eagle

General Chairman: Mrs. Nor- ley Archer, Mrs. Charles L. Roberts times known as Lina A. irrtr and I I aggregation and other teams on Avenue, Meacham subdivision.Price .
Greer. her husband if married Helen Hayes-Madge Evans in For location, this cannot be
the East Coast. I IBEARUP'S '
berg Thompson. Mrs. Russell Mrs. $550. Terms can be arrang
I and alive and if dead their unknown I What Woman Knows beat-Corner lot, fronting ocean
Publicity: Nina deLisa Leslie. : William Pinder Mrs. William heirs, devisees, grantees I Every ed. Listing No. 92.
other claimants; Horatio Wallace James Cagney-Patricia Ellis in lied to Hotel Casa Marina, paved
Advertising: Mrs. Hugh Tay' White, Mrs. William R. Warren. Itarraclough and Mrs. Barraclough and sidewalk and wall
I I ST. LOUIS KID Richardson's GroceryFRIDAY street sea
lor. Mrs. Eola Swicegood. 'I Committee in charge of Revue his wife If married and WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. Investigate this. Fishing Camp, Big Pine Key-
Tickets and Reservations: Mrs. and Bridal Number: Mrs. Clif- alive and if dead their unknown PHONE 152M. dec20DANCE Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra. property. Size of property, 100 feet water
heirs \lsees. grantees or other AND SATURDAY at once. Property must be sold. :
Jerry J. Trevor, MVs.' Wm. J. ford Hicks, Mrs. B. Curry Moreno claimants; Horatio liarraclough 1S.20Ci Night, 15-25c SPECIALS Lifting No. 188. I frontage by 400 feet. Price $3,-
Phelan. Mrs. H. C. Galey, Mrs. William and !Mrs. Uarraclough his wife. I I 500. Terms: half cash. An additional .
if married and alive and if dead CONTINENTAL
Table Arrangements. Rob- Norman. their unknown heirs, devisees, Here is an opportunity of a 300 feet of water frontage

grantees or other claimants: D. McFarlane Tomorrow Night From 9 Till ? Lard tb ,"_'_ _. ,_ 13c life lima.__Two-mtorjr home, four hy 400 feet adjoining; thi. proper.
----- -, -- -------. , .., and Mrs. I Flake ___ 23e
- -- McFarlane, 3 pkfs.
T' .T'--- orTCoral' ;" ,. Ivory floor ,de
CUBAN CLUB !II rooms and' kitchen 'on first ; ty can' she be patthated, if -
his wife. If married and andIf
dead their unknown Salmon, ta'l, 2 for __ 25c t ;urbed:' rooi t.1 a'n c'l b.tb' -'secend sired. Would make size. of
Mr. And Mrs. Lopez Wheel Clab heirs, devisees Music by Bob's Orchestra (preperty. -
, : ARCR'S.zGRJCERY Butter, tt> __ _._ 3434c '
grantees or other claimants; Auspices St. Mary's' Sodality ..,.. ... . _ rioo'rj;j'tall' 'modern conveniencesneovj then..400, by 40Q feat. Take
Honored At and all other unknown claimants , I .1c. ' PI' Milk _....._._ __ lOc and lie '
Banquet Postpones Party '1. -.1 1r having or claiming. an interest to Cents 60c .dies.Fr ; Tomatoes, can _. '.- 5c !a -s.er healer*"'aa advantage of this offer.' Listing

: the property) herein described be Cream, 6 cans ..___ 39c .",,,;c pump; garage, etc. This No. 71. '

>Ir. and,Mrs. II. J. Gill and Mr. The scheduled party of the and .they to the are'bill hereby of complaint required to flied appear I I &ioa: : so fpjf p it Serves Sugar 5 Ibs. 2Sc;' 10 Ibs. '49c ;jspart"of alt' estatethat, jmust be I c '. .n'

Coral Wheel Club in the above stated cause The :'Store'That i iL Hershey's Cocoa 20c size. 15c ,itied. in the best of Here 'h' Real ia'Water
and Mrs. S. L. Loomis tendered a Friday night on or before *rV- "a"s.', Property a 'Snap
I has been postponed until next A. D.Monday: otherwise the 4th day of )March. ir y : .B t" Old Potatoes 10 Ibs. .r.,22c 'c,.*t4ition, and $1,800 cash-.takes I Front Property in business sectionof
last the 1935. the
banquet evening at allegations
I I Tuesday night, it was announced of said bill will be taken as 1. 6 Onions 3 Ibs. .,-_, 13c it, ,Worth, double Liti the city-Size 134 .by 216.feet.
Colonial Hotel Dining Room honoring confessed by said defendants.It NEVERBEFORE Rinso, 3 pks. ____ 24c
today. Postponement of the ride SAVE TIME AND MONEY 264. r'No'1 Machine shop and shed on
Is further cakes !
Ordered Life 27c
that this Buoy Soap, 4
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the fiftieth wedding anniversary was made because of the international Order be published once each week Sani-Flush _. 22c property. $18,000 takes it. Term.

of Mr. and Mrs. John i bridge tournament being for Ke.st four ("onse"uth.eeek.Citizen, In The Why spend time and gas Octagon Soap can, 6 !Urge bars 25c If you are interested in ..mallindi.idual one-third cash. Listing No. 155.

Lopez, Sr.Attending. staged tomorrow night. In Monroe County.a newspaper Florida published SUCH A shopping around when we give 11 small bars _.._ 25c Islands, act before

the Mr. !I i Tuesday night, members of the Dated. this 30th day of January SMOOTH SHAVING BLADEat I special attention to our telephone Eddy's Starch, 6 pkgs. 25c prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner prop
party were A. I) 1935.
', riding club will be guests of Mrs. (SEAL) ROSS C. Ivory Share, __ 27e locations are right Our exclusive erty. Size, 50 by 100 feet. In the

and Mrs. Lopez, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. I Louise Auxier, Miss Mary Falk, Clerk Circuit Court. Monroe SAWYER County this low price orders. Jelly 3 Ib boa ._ 25c listing can fill your wants. main business block on D..I.treeL

Gill Mr. and Mrs. Loomis, Captain FJa. the Criseo, 1 Ib .,..-,., 20e Is offered at
and Miss Dorothy Cleare, at the: Our clerks exercise a great sac.
Crisco 30c
Ibs. Water front Big
: IJi property on
J. E. Lauer. home !I for I -- rifice for a quick sale. Take advantage
John M. Lopez and of Miss Falk and Mrs.Auxier. Solicitor Complainant. greatest care with each order White Tuna Fish, 2 cans 27c Pine Kerl near hotel and post office
Jan31 reb7-l -21-28 oPPortunitJ.
| ; of this List
Mr. and Mrs. Lopez, Sr., are !j and fill it as specified. Ovaltine 35c and 65c fronting 300 feet of water ,

the parents of John M. Lopez, C. Bliss Coffee, Ib __ 25c aDd 400 feet on. County Road. ing No. 64.

H. Lopez, Mrs. E. B. Smith and Mrs. Stone Hostess I PALACE ONE STOP SERVICE Apple Kidney Sauce Scant, ,2 2 can cans __ 25c 25c This location cannot be better. The Most desirably located proper.

Mrs. Frederick V. Clark. They To FriendsToday Bob Steele in Cod Fish Cakes 2 for 25c price is right and terms can be ar- ty on Southard street. Size 50

have four grandchildren John B., I TOMBSTONE TERROR ] Whether you peed Meats, String Beans 2 for 25c anged. Listing No. 79. feet, 2 inches by 137 feet. ..

Fish, Turtle, Fruits, Oysters, Kaffa Haar. tb 49c provements consists of a two-story
I Mrs.
Lopez, Alise Smith, Effie Clark Stone wife of Florida Acreage on Big Pine Key. This
Black Beans 2 Ibs. __ 18c
New Serial and Short Reel eight-room home, fronting South
Emergency Relief Administrator Vegetables, or Dairy Products, ?t. front the Atlantic
and Mary Clark. I I I Grits 3 pkgs. 25c water property on
I ard and six-room
Last night's party was much enjoyed -! Julius F. Stone, Jr., is hostess to Matinee; 10-15c; Night: 10-20c call Archer's!: :Gro eJt.: ."' ** Mother' Oats, 3 boxes ,_' 25c and fronts Newfound fronting street alley, in a rear of property.First cottage,.

by those attending and it'. friends today on a fishing party. -I Salt, 3 boxes lOc Harbor Key. Size of property, 150 takes
$2,700 Listing
is hoped that Mr. and Mrs. Lopez The trip is on the tender to the BENJAMIN LOPEZ "A's We meet ,all competition, with Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans 25c acres. The price is right Terns: ,
of;, Yacht Marietta, owned by Nor.I quality. Safety Matches, 3 pkgs 25c One-third cash, and balance can
will have many, many more PRBAKI low prices and high .
FUNERAL HOME Matches 3 boxes 13c
berg Thompson. be arranged. Listing No. 69.
these fine anniversaries.Enjoyable I . .7 Toilet Paper 5 rolls %-.*... 24c A Cottage having 7 rooms and
Guests of Mrs. Stone are Mrs. Established' 49 Years I c oj c9 PROMPT:J! FREE DELIVERY; Ideal Home Site On NorthBeachUnimproved bath in most desirable location.
i Fred Bartlett, and Miss Mary Key W... Oldest Phone 658-R Fre. Delivery!
ConcertAt : MAOf M UlA. Phoae 67 .314 Fleming. St. corner lot, IB best of condition, on lot 50 by
Cox, of the Federal 24-Hoor Ambuilaac.5.rvlcsUcuid TMROILLPT.OFF.
i Emergency
s P.4jj Eaton Elizabeth
and Street.
LoThaR PATENTS PCMDIHC size 99 by ISO feet, fronting 65 feet, located on Soathard street,
Bayview ParkA [I Relief Administration, from Washington Embalner
three streets riparian rights. Thisis near White street. Owner offers
D. C. Phone 13* Ni.kt 696-W '
the spot to build your home on, this prop('ty for $3,000 if sold in

I'I.ecial.program was offered and the price is right ListingNo. the next 60 days. Listing No.

by the Key West Hospitality Band i. 212. i 189.
last evening at its mid-week con-

cert honoring the birthday of All the above and additional improved and unimproved !

President Franklin D. Roosevelt.The business and residential properties. in the city, ,
concert was presented inBa'View and acreage on the Florida Keys too numerous to mention ;
Park beginning at 7:30 .
are listed in our office. Call and make known your wants
o'clock. All the numbers were exceedingly JNNA9 mW Nv
well done and special prices terms are right.
credit is due the Junior High A RAPID. IRE ROMANCE BY EVAN EVANSStarting '?t'c7 / '

School chorus for its

rendition of the vocal selections.All splendid. I .D,, ) PAUL BOYSEN COMPANY

attending themselves the as concert having hada expressed LLJ Friday, February 1

highly enjoyable evening. 1 : Phone 153 Office 619 Fleming St. P. O. Box 303 '

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