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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: February 1, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida 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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Associated Service.Press Day Wire "T I Key West Florida, has the :;


For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the .tEbe 1ep Wcs t Citizen< I most country equable; with weather an average in the j


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VOLUME LVI. No. 28. KEY WEST FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1935.
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Politicians Specula);ating As To INTANGIBLE TAX 1 II NEW SPECIMEN I ERNEST SCHMITZ i 1 E. PRIOR MUCH Supreme Court's Decision On


RETURNS MUST BE :iI il AQUARIUM LANDS BARRACUDAREPRESENTATIVE PLEASED WITH


Democratic C(onlrollo Congress l!I FILEDBYAPR.1 1 I -i i I CITY One Section Of Recovery Act

I' LARGE PORCUPINE CONTRIB. OF GER. visjrro
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Many Questions Arise As!I MAKES CATCH OF I UTED BY E. HIGGS. LOCAL 'j ''MAN RAILROAD SYSTEM TO I I I
TAX ASSESSOR J. OTTO KIR. 'f I
WRITES FROM FORT MYERS Causes Leaders
To Get
1 FISHERMAN HAVE FISH MOUNTED Busy
Pertains To Manipulations -I FINE AMBERJACKVISITOR CHHEINER GIVES EXPLANA.] TELLING OF COURTESY EX.

In Both House TION COVERING STATUSOF ; : TENDED DURING SOJOURNIN .- -
I 'I. Edmund Higgs known to his; ," Ernest Schmitz, representativein !

I FROM OKLAHOMA PROCEEDINGS intimates "Old KEY WEST I,SPONSORS COURSEIN Oil Production Control
And SenateBy as Rope, yesterday -,i the United States for several

ALSO LANDS MANY OTH- ; made a valuable addition to I i German Railroad systems, caughtone FLOWER SHOWSGARDEN Measures Hauled Out I tIn

ER VARIETIESAn State intangible tax returnsmust the collection of rare fish at the of the largest barracudas tak- Ernest L. Prior, writing from
HERBERT PLUMMER be filed before April 1, Tax I' Connection With Issue
Key West aquarium. A large porcupine en in these waters in many years 2021 Poinciana Avenue Fort Myers -
WASHINGTON Feb. 1.- 58 The Citizen today. I I fish. (t and has turned the fish over to ,. has only words of praise to II I CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE
i amberjack weighing
i say of Key West and the courteous -
When the return of the ustj The intangible tax law requiresall j pounds was one of a number offish I treatment received while on
t owners of stocks bonds mort- '1 I the oddities of the sea which al- mounting. I
November election tabulated ON MARCH FIRST
were caught yesterday by Carl i I a visit to this city
holds the attention By HERBERT PLUMMER
of
visitors
I gages, accounts receivable and ways -
and it became known that both ji Williams of Oklahoma City Okla 1'I I Mr. Schmitz and Mrs. Schmitz I In a letter to M.\ E. Gilfond WASHINGTON Feb. 1.-The
and
other local folks
intangible even
personal property are seen I
arrived from New York several
acting administrator for
the Florida
senate and house were preponder- ]homa. to file an annual return with in front of the tank watching it. I Ii I -I I (Special t. The CHUrn) decision of the supreme court declaring
weeks ago: and since their arrival Emergency Relief Administration I
I' the state and county tax assessorof I< j JACKSONVILLE Fla., Feb.
It has
andy short
democratic Washington i: a and squarish
Mr. Williams was out for the have been guests of F. Wagneron Section 9C of the national
their county between January : in Key West a of
body with long spines thickly copy 1.-The Garden Club of Jacksonville
politicians began to speculate. afternoon and reported the entire 1 and April 1 each year. i I I strewn and some of them' are his yacht, Paula Loui?e. During which was sent to The Citizen a member of the Florida< recovery act invalid sent administration

Roughly speaking_, their, speculations catch as four amberjacks 19 I Mr.\ Kirchheiner says that there .. movable. The teeth' of each jaW' their stay DintSchmltz\; has I,I from Fort Myers. Mr. Prior Federation of Garden Clubs, li I leader in congress
i I has been a steady increase in the are fused into been devoting much of his time writes: "I was at loss to find
undivided a
followed lines like these:! an I II a
; |barracudas two mackerels and amount of intangible personal II I II suitable sponsoring: a course in flower show scurrying t.".committee pigeon
beak. place to ;
II to fishing with Mr. Wagner. They | camp. Through
((1)) Is the administration safe I .
j two bonitos. property each according judging; arid flower arrangement;,
year toj I I the efficient assistance of William holes.
I While I I
common in warm1 seas i have'made'a' '' !
in face of such party power! Elated over the number taken a statement made by Joe S. Ear-'I the one in the tank at: the. number of large Menendez I was shown a I to be held in this city, March 1 and
((2)) Can Mrs Roosevelt control i I man, chief inspector and head of catches. the I They hauled out :.'and began '
comfortable
['Mr. 'Williams'' is out.again today aquarium is'much larger than I[ spot under the shade j :2 at George Washington ho-1
his second he did the i the department. trees. When I asked for he 1' A .
congress as with L. those' usually taken. Old time water 1 tel. dating off''those' oil production
S. Loomis a winter visitor -
first! f|I from Dodge City, Iowa. i that This more is indicated than $250,000.000 by the fact has fishermen at the aquarium today OTHER ARRIVALS i iTO 1: from supplied his me own in cistern.five gallon lots I Mrs. Wheeler II. Peckham of' control measures which were side

((3)) Will the house of the 74th; been added to the tax books of said the specimen was as large as i: New York authority on flowerIohow |
I "He not only directed to tracked when authorized
they had me they the
congress be as "wild" as the elec- | the state during the past two. any ever seen. SPEND WINTER'4:I places of interest but on my expressing judging and a director ofj r 1 <

tion returns seem to show SHOW| \ TOTALS IN years, and "it is unfortunate that'': I a desire for sponges and the Horticultural Society of New President, "to prohibit the trans

Congress-the 74th-has been, some owners of intangible person- NINE PASSENGERSi I I shells I found one afternoon, York will conduct this cour.le.1)[ portation in interstate and foreign
in session nearly a month and no;t! RENTAL VALUES lal I j I property have the idea that if I much more than I needed in my
I i i which will be divided into four
i VISITORS ARE FROM NEW commerce of petroleum and
t! they do not comply with the law
one from the upper to the lower j i I i ARRIVE ON PLANE!I I tent."On lectures.-from 10 a. m. to 12 noon I
j nothing will be done about it. i .
end of Pennsylvania avenue in : !! I YORK AND OTHER leaving it was my wish to |, the products thereof produced or '
In the statement issued by Mr. j Mr. Menendez replied with' and from 2p.m.to4p.m. Examinations j:I :
Washington can answer all three j I pay.
j withdrawn
; j PERTAINS TO STRUCTURES Earman it is shown that the "in-! -- t! SECTIONS 'I | from storage in excess
queries. The huge democratic I I' true Spanish courtesy 'This tows) will be held at 4:30 p.j
majority has them Waffled. OCCUPIED BY OUT OF tangible tax department of the JULIUS F. STONE INCLUDE'D'I and all that is in it is yours."' in. I of the amount permitted by
state feels that it is unfair to the I i:
i| Mr. Prior to tell of his I
Garner Mentions An Ideal 1 IN THOSE COMING j I goes on Mrs. Peckham will personally i any state law;'
TOWN VISITORS big majority of intangible prop- ,, II Among the recent arrivals in making a visit to the city and
Back in the days when "Cactus I correct A pass' mark!
papers.
Jack" Garner erty owners who are observing the TO KEY WEST i If Key West for the rest of the win- i J while absent from his tent a wind : g I i Virtually all of these, including
the
was speaker of law to allow a small minority to' f !'storm ; will entitle a member a card'
I house he was fond of describing! ter are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jud- came up and returning! proposals by Rayburn of Texas
their share the 1 rom the Federal Circ of the'
Total value of rentals and : escape just of found that especially large tent : J \s
, Judson
> and from
his idea of a "workable" party son family, chairman of the house
leases for homes for of town burden of this taxation. i j pegs had been cut and placed in 'Garden Club of Jacksonville and/ committeeon
I alignment in the house. out There were nine passengers on Farm Kinderhook, N. Y. Theyare I
I j' II It is further !shown" that in or- interstate and foreign
) "In son e ways," said Mr. Gar- visitors to Key West, has gone der to the plane arriving from Miami occupying the Robert Austin I position to reinforce the small his or her name will be listed as commerce I r

ner, "it is to be regretted that far beyond that anticipated by i gate the more thoroughly and their investii holdings this morning. The list of arrivals home on Eagle avenue. [ ones he had in use. ,I[ one who has passed the examina- were predicted on the idea :

the gentleman from New York I owners included the names of Julius F. i Major D. J. Sabini U. S. In the last paragraph he write'! : :. lions. i' that congress itself should and _
the housing department of the I of intangibles, a complete and '
(Bert Snell republican leader of Stone Jr., J. Lancelot Lester, and Mrs. Sabini and their A.'j 1"1 cannot close without declaring [ could enact legislation restricting '
definite check through the Judges for flower shows be-
Florida Emergency Relief Administration coop- also special appreciation of are ;
my
Thomas Hibben, J. Buckley dren.. are comfortably located I
the house) will not have quite as I I eration the federal the movement of oil in interstate
of
ing chosen
govern- Miss Williams' and frequently
I it was learned today. Marion Buckley Francis Secconde the Watkins bungalow on Eagle Been helpful instructions more more .
large a following as he has had.
j On i I ment, will be made on owners who ,'u'eeauo. .' without which the, ob-j from JiucMist.-&nd1wtIJ! ;.commenp_ ._ecept is romjtlulnccI .-
"The Thursday January 24, the i Sta.le.Seec&nde.-c.'J Randauj > <
but proportion for the j '
do not 'comply"with' the law'Thiwill j]
s'I ject of journey might not have with control -measures of those
my '
| )! Leek the
house of representatives." con-value was announced as $16,918and and Mrs. Randau. lr. and Mrs. George F. background of information
be the first time such check I
a
i i I Mr.\ Randau is an official oft of Hartfield. N. Y., and Mr. awd been accomplished. which states from which it moves.
tinued this
"Cactus Jack could it be course offers it is
for the current week, SI,- has been made since the law wa 1 hopI; J
arranged that is a majorityof 750.: the j I the United Press. His stay was{ Mrs. L. W. Haviland, of Onargo, 'cd that will I! 'Hot Oil' Menace
rentals : with
way Today: sum of adopted in 1931. 'I many ( experience j 1
about CO 60 side expected to be brief as he and l I I 111., arrived l over the highway yesterday SON BORN become One of the
TO MR.
or on one and leases to date totals $20-i Certain income tax records 1 i\! fine judges. j proposals! likely to a
Mrs. Randau had booked for their first visit to Key
whether it be republican or demo- 414.50. with the current week I have been available by the United !j passage I I j Many interested persons receive most serious consideration

crat."I showing $1,925.MEAT States! Government. These rec-1<. on the plane returning 4 o'clock |I West and to see the progress of AND MRS. TAYLOR j throughout the state have signified is that making it illegal for any 1.
this afternoon. the rehabilitation
speak of an ideal house," ords will be treated in strictest j program their intention of attendingthis railroad or other agency of trans-

the then speaker repeated "an d' confidence, but will be used to insure i i( ------ ._ - - course the first of its kind to portation to haul oil in excess of t

an ideal division whether it be a PRICES DUE honest compliance with the I be held in Florida. { the quotas set by each fctate.i 'J(t

50 or 60 republican majority or a law. Those who do not heed the >>'SwEA A son weighing eight poundswas Enrollment cards and information In view of(' the supreme court's !

CO or 60 democratic majority. j FOR EARLY RISE r*I warning may possibly experience I[ [ TO TH ERlI ] born to Mr.\ and Mr?. Edcar: may be had by writing to the decision it now is being argued 1

If one could gain access to the,] some embarrassing moments at a j Taylor at the home of Mr. and I I chairman Mrs. J. H. Churchwell.;that prompt enactment of a bill

innermost thoughts of the man1' I future period. Mrs. M. Rodriguez, 212 New' 1807 Avondale Circle Jacksonville something like this would permit <

who now is speaker of the house!" ; r I i I Mr. Barman will make a visit to ,! Temperature' tonight; Saturday partly cloudy; New Street yesterday. Fla. j| quick re-establishment of all the

and who has to contend with a VEGETABLES AND FRUITS i I the different counties in the! 'O not much cl'ange in temperature; - .--- -- -- _.- ... ,! essential features of code regula-

majority numbering 222 democrats'to I i MAY STAY AT PRES. j state, starting today and will aid '|!Highest : : : ::. :- .-.- ....co - tion on the basis of legislation.That .

102 republicans to say nothing 1 +{I and assist owners of intangible .}Mean i Lowest. :: :.-.'-. -=: ------=-=::....:65 I l r 17I" 'l "1:>0 The Citizen's ]New Serials f something will be done ;'
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of the farmer-laborites and I ENT LEVEL to file MO" soon no one here doubts. The
\ pn rl 'I property the proper re- Normal Mean ....._.........._..._70 i 1- .r-t I Mi "hot
grcssives, he probably would echo turns. He will also explain to all oil"-'racket at which Section

his predecessor's voice. assessors the new system developed I. Rainfall'Yesterday's fJ:I 'tt I II I- 'Montana Ride Workho !9C of the recovery act was aimed
Precipitation .0 Ins. t h ; Again
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Speaker'. Problems Great I (II)' A...ocl.tnl I'rr.s/ I through the cooperation of the I . is considered too serious a menace
Normal Precipitation .... .03:> Ins. I \ I Q. I ?
It must be said that WASHINGTON, Feb. I.Forthe federal government. .. ... I 1 to tbe'petroleum industry to permit -
however I 'Ibl* retard rwtrrn :: .r vrrt 4 I '
when Mr. Garner described his I I"ideal" near future and possibly for .....1.<< lit K .Vl.rk Ibis iu.rmlmf. I < .Q 1i I ./ p Of Man W Knows West I much delay.

the entire housewives can Tomorrows Almanac 9 yV, i1 Secretary; Ickes, ..adminihtntojf. .-
political alignment in the year I /
house he probably never thought![expect} a rise in meat prices the NEW ARRIVAL AT I Sun rises ......__.-. 7:09 a. m. t.'R- ; 4'il l I }! -:--- 4 J of the oil code,., r peatcJly'} ,..hav.i,i
he of f consumers' guide The guide Sun '. : 0:13 m.1 ::.-.. f.( .[!j7.r I When Evan Evans wrote "Dion- honored way comettrnea: f4ZbYedby | warned the industry to put i itAii..
would sec on his: side tbei, says. j sets .y p 1 .. .' ""t t ..oI'I ; I '": '
( r.------ ) tana Rides qtizen'snew ) western 'gentlemen. I ottn"house" in :
dividing political aisle as many|! IS a publication issued by the con- HOME OF LOPEZ Moon rises ........:.*... 6:14_ a., m. ; Again, The 'J 1 ordert, IckeiTWy",
democrats as Mr. Ityrns of Tennessee 5umers' counsel of AAA Moon sets''.--i.-....... .... 5.-OJf! p.I''nf.!' :". Partly, Cloudy'Tomorrow Fair serial starting today his own:, So through the "whore sHory'- 'jrone BO far as to. hint i. that, -the- ,

must face every day. 1 J I : Meat prices, in, their ,rise will 1 I. Tomorrow: :, Titles O11vm0. : .-. tl}! i its duty to ;'consider defUnn/r ,
With such a hUje'majority: be doing an "about face. BNtweeii J Mr. Andrew .moderate northeast winds. background for the story'' of the "
? ; and Mrs. L. Lopez c' A.M.: ''P.M.' served;:if net always experienced; the oil jnJustry a, putliqutility .

which even under ordinary condi I September and December announce the birth of a 10 pound High ......_:......j, 5 11:111 8:50. ;:Florida: Fair, hot quite EO cold I{ hard fighting Montana Kid. I He admits' that he 'has" been ,Unless reform. cornea ,

tions would present a difficult they showed a more important I I I boy, 10 o'clock Wednesday night,I Low __....._._..__ 2:58 2:07 extreme, north portion tonight;1 I! Not that Evans.-as does Montana through his fair share.l of c : 'Sweeping Reforms Possible '
problem to the leadership. SpeakerByrns | drop than other foods. They were in their I { n:1
home in
Tampa. llaromettr: at S u. in., today: tares, by land and tea
in this
and his associates kno+dropping form the high level established Born during the festivities at- Sea level 30.22.Lowest. Saturday partiy cloudy rising i)I exciting tale-ever j I "If you want to say! that I've "If you would escape the ;

only too well how thin the ice is' in the late summer when tendant on the birthday anniversary I temperature in central and north I battled bandits to regain an emerald -| been a tramp it would be true. heavy hand of the government -'

on which they are skating. it became evident the drought of President Roosevelt, the llighetStation portion. pilfered from a Mexican At least I've worked my way he told the American petroleum

damage would he severe. Those son has been named )Kranklin De-I Last Night; Yesterday Jacksonville. to Florida Straits: shrine or that any of his own adventures 'around a good part of the world. institute last Nov. "which soon-

BEVERLY SMITH high levels could not be main lano Lopez. Abilene ._......_...44. 64 Fresh northeast winds weather ever led to such a romantic -t You can say that I've followed the er or later will be charged with

I tained. I Mr. Lopez is a native of Key Atlanta ............ 26 44 ; conclusion as that the : rea in some fair weather and a the duty of carrying out the grim

In most of the other major West and was for several years I Boston ..._...---._. 2 16 partly overcast tonight and Sat story develops for Montana and great deal of foul, that I've broken purpose of the people that such

\WRITER ARRIVES foods the prices are expected to 1 deputy United States marshal I Buffalo ............ 6 16 urday. I the elusive and charming Rosita. scythes on the stones of Maine abuses as exist in the oil business

remain comparatively level, even here. News of the arrival of a Charleston ..._... 26 44 East Gulf: Fresh northeast and Evan Evans would smile at that lay fields! that I've wandered from shall no longer be tolerated then

I''.'in the classifications where the son was sent to members of the Chicago .......-.._ 30 36 cast winds. thought-the Evans who hides his ;{ Honolulu to Wadi Haifa, that I set your house"in order and do it

REPRESENTATIVE OF AMERI : present! price is a low one. family residing on Southard Denver ............,. 28 56 real name and an established rep.! darted on my own at 13 and without delay.

Fruit and vegetable prices are street Detroit .......__..... 1C :24 utation as an adventure writer : learned to take it on the chin : The President in his annual

CAN MAGAZINE ACCOM- I lower this year than last. Galveston .......... 50 58 WCATHCIt CONDITIONS behind a nom de plume and who early and late. :i message declared "among the &ub-

Havana ..._.......62 fays of himself "I am 41 years I'!I "You can say all.of these things jecta that lie immediately before

PANIED BY HIS WIFE FERA ENGINEER Huron __ ...... .m.. 20 28 Pressure continues abnormallyhigh old, married have three children and they will all be true and they t j us are the consolidation of federal -

j JfAellllf T 50 throughout the country with and come from the west." 1 may turn out to be the sort'of' I regulatory administrationover

t ARRIVES TODAYThomas Kansas City..-.- 30 36 extensive fields of high pressure I. Nevertheless when Evans has thinks that readers of Evan Evans all forms of transportation."
Beverly Smith, staff writer: ( Oil pipe lines fall in this tate-
'Montana ride bronco stories
KEY bucking will
WEST u. 60 70 crested over the North and Middle a expect to hear about
with the American Magazine, arrived ;, ...... |I: and subdued him it' something i! him gory. Sweeping reforms both
A stirring tale of adventare in tit Little. Rock 38 52 Atlantic States and the Rocky: I was !(
yesterday with Mrs. Smith' romantic country below tk. Rio Los Angeles ... .. 60 86 Mountain region New York City that Evans had done himself I "Montana Rides Again" is all voluntary and forced may be in

and will remain for about 10 days. CranJe. Hibben, f chief engi Louisville _._.. .,. 32 44 and Washington D. C., 30.74 'inches "Broncos have heaved me into the the more alive because it was f the offing for the oil industry now

For the first day or two of !hi'" neer of the Federal Emergency Miami ."......... _. 56 72, and Denver, Col., 30.72 in air and clammed soft parts of me!'written by a man who knows the that the supreme court has placed
stay, Mr. Smith will devote !iis Relief Administration, of Washington j the problem.back where it started.
I Minneapolis ...m 22 28 ches. During the last 24 hours the on hard parts of the Sierra Nevada locate and the colorful characters I
time to rest and enjoyment of the D. C., was an arrival by New Orleans .... 44 60 only measurable precipitation''has ," he rays' And so it took : he huts? *into it. From the initial
The from Miami.
delightful climate he told plane this morning Pen? coI ...._. 38 58 been. light rain in southeasternFlorida I more memory than imagination ; installment in The Citizen today,

Citizen and after that will devote Mr. Hibben arrived in company Pittsburgh ._...... 20 32 southern Texas and on!I for' -Evans to breathe the dust andsniff i the pace is set and a swiftmovingdrama YOUR PATRONAGE
the assembling s with Julius F. Stone Jr., and will
rest of his stay to : St. Louis ....____.. 34 52.. the coast of Washington, and light I I the corral atmosphere from heads breathlessly on to a.t! APPRECIATED
be the and Mrs. IS BY US
data Mr.
of
for article on Key guest
a lengthy '
Salt Lake 28 44 which Montana set out to settle startling finish.SATURDAY.
City ? snow and rain in northern Michi i- I I
West and the rehabilitation progiam. Stone at their winter home on I with I We also solicit of
t I Southard street. San Francisco ..46 60 gan. The weather continues unseasonably a score an enemy in the time- : accounts

Seattle _.. ........ 56 66 cold in the Atlantic SPECIALS
l\\ BOTH OLD AND NEWCUSTOMERS
; I Tampa ..._.....____ 44 68 states, with zero this morning i in SPECIALSBay Large shipment i i

TRY FULFORD'SDRESSED I BABY FOODS Washington ...... 6 24 New England and freezing as far I Mullets each _.__ 15c HENS AND. FRYERS ,

AND DRAWNPOULTRY WUliston I _._ "_n18 36 south as northern Florida; while Potatoes 10 pounds 20e Swift Premier Hams W i r Drop In And See u.Albury's .

Fresh shipment includes large throughout the remainder of the Nucoa pound _ . 22e I Fresh Liver

r variety of all fuyonGardner's WEATHER FORECASTTill country temperatures are generally Oleo pound ._ ]fieTIFT'S Western and Florida Meats I Ii Service Station
Ready For The Pot I' above normalG. i
BERMUDA MARKET Phone 444 Road Service
STRICTLY FRESH EGGS I II Pharmacy ( 8 p. m., Saturday) S. KENNEDY. CASH GROCERY Phone 861-W Fro Delivery l Cor. Eaton and William Sts.

:'hone 880 I Deliver Phone 177 Free Delivery Key West and Vicinity: Fair Official in Charge. 1212 Olivia Street Whit. and Virginia. Street 1 I -I Ii
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PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1935.

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WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER PERMITTEDA i MARRIAGES ANNULLED ....."........ .'".... In the Sunday school for the last
asic&Published : RECOGNITION FOR
/tittr) C c .I]

,. KEY WEST IN GLASGOW.-Miss Ethel Baker Today's term.Au
is
Dally Except: Sunday By few months ;ago a great passenger : of this city,, has had two marriages FAITHFUL SERVICE average of 75 percent required -
Tub trnxK ri'Diam.\a: co. nc.L. DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries and a faithful support of
P. AItTMAPre.N'.L liner burned at sea, with a loss of life annulled, both of her husband j I I the Sunday school as far as means
From Th. CUllen Building Happenings Here Just 10 Yeari having turned out to be bigamists.; .... .. ... allow.A .
totaling about 150. Recently a crack I
Corner Greene and Ann Street. Ago Today As Taken From i' tamment and all oung women areIinv.ted : 1710-:-John Card, colonial New I An interesting party vas heU grand total of 33.$ 9 scholars
I Canadian train tore onto a siding The Files Of The Citizen York of note and
passenger City physician have been enrolled in the outposts
l'rrsbyterian -
the
enter.Advocates at
to recently Trinity :
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe I \
I pioneer sanitarian born at Curl- scholars : of the Sunday schools of the
when 26
school
County. and telescoped a "holiday special. A I I room,
I N. J, March Church
ington, Died 30,1
Southern Presbyterian
Key Westers jubilant today. of the road t. the -honor roll,
are I who were the
at Key West. Florida as second class matter : on
Catered score of people died. 1 17 i>9. during the last drive to increase
With the purchase of tract '!mainland have decided to increase I Rev. A. De
a large were entertained by ,
KIFTY-MVTII HAH 1 bond issub to $2- atendance, it is shown.
Each of these tragic incidents was the proposed
Mentor .f the AseUlrd .*....>. : of land by Malcolm Meaiham, the ; 500,000 to provide a sufficient I II 1741-Abel Buell, pioneer Connecticut Barritt in recognition of faithful
1'be Associated Press ). exclusively entitled to user headlined in newspapers throughout the hope fur the development, Of the! lund to construct a }boulevard silversmith!! typefounderand attendance! at and faithful work I Subscribe to The Citfien.

., republication of ail news dispatches credited to. : civilized world. Millions\ o'f I."people'( eastern end of the Island $*eins! along the shore front of Key West. : engraver, born at Killings-
were I -- - -
It or not otherwise credited lit this paper and sis ---- ---- ---
the local news published Lern.SCIISCRIPTION "; ,.. about to be realized.. :There is onefeature I}JTuo: ) million tfollars of tho/BOBiy; I I"ill worth. Conn. Pied; at New llav-j --
lUTES literally horror-s icken. Pubjic a"nd.private about :the purchase: whch: \ }bt used to hiM theJ roads! tn. March 10, 1822 j|

_....__ ,' .Stock. island ea>tarj and STEAMSHIP Co.
lIn. Year $10 bodies immediately started inquiries in an lends an entirely different light on ; from t. I l'
fla Ionthl Ii.O' 'rom Key 'Largo to Lower Mate- 1780-David Porter naval hero P & 0
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Three Month --.-_ 2.ii.HI effort to fix the blame and punish those the matter of other developments. i UNITED STATES FAST
One Month _....- cumbe. The remaining,: $5o6 000 of the War of 1812, horn in Uos-t i
IAeekly .2* who were guilty. The whole force of pub- -rt.is"isll1e tact l& already price's will be used for construction of ton. Died in Turkey. our Minister : ; MAIL ROUTES FOR

AD"RTUING HATKSSI'KCIAL. are soaring. The Citizen knows of 1 the boulevard. The petition to call there. :March 3. 1843. '! PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Made known on application. lic opinion, backed by the authority of the one piece of land which was being the bond election will be submit-, Effective April 27, 1933
NOTICE, meeting of the !. Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays: and Fridays, 12:20
law, determined that everything be done I ted at the next of'
All reading notice, cards of thanks, resolutions .{ I held for $15,000 as a purchase 1801-Thomas Cole, one
rrrpect. rbltuary notices, ttc., will be charged for at ;i county commissioners and it 43 beelieved America's fir P. !I.
to make certain that there would be t landscape artists
no
which has soared and Saturdays
tt. rate of :o cents a llaa. price already up that it will be authorized. Leave llavmtaa for Key West Wednesday
Notices for entertainments by ci urcne from which more similar accidents.Yet to $:>0,000 and others are expected. born in England. Died at Catskill, I 9:00 A. 111.Leave.
a revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. II. N. Y.. Feb. 11. 1848.1825Francis I Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays -
The CItizen Is an forum and Invite discus.dua who Editorial Comment The story
open those killings, horrible as they Other property owners I : 6:30 P. M.
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of public Issuea and subjects of local or ..eDerRlter..t
but it will not publish anonymous communj. were, were infinitesimal compared with a have beti trying for years to dispose of the development of the eastern J. Child, Harvard Tickets, Reservation and Information at Ticket OffU. cc 1M
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l .thDL of tneir property have refused -: end of the island of Key .West, Dock 'Pbon 71
form of accident which the of English, who had ta !t
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public accepts I Citizen several professor!
to even put a price on it. While printed in The J. H. COSTAR. A-sat.
A friend in need is one who alwayshas with complete indifference-the automobile the presentt't."ms to be the right days ago, should run the knockers great influence on the cultural j
: life of his day, "born in Boston.!i .
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time for the much talked of boom, to cover. -
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match. Last ------ -'- ---- -
a killings. year, incompetent, Died there. Sept. 11, 1800.! / i II j
it must be evident to all that unwarranted
reckless careless CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
drivers and
or pedestrians
price inflation! will The Indians formerly the Rejui I
Few writers are free from occasional accounted for a killing every 15 minutes, soon stop progress. i lars. put the Indian rign on the I 1828-Myer Guggenheim. Swiss THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

slips; especially rejection slips. and an injury every 31 seconds. The year I All American team to Paul Mhtiryyesterday immigrant founder of the house! KEY WEST
the of The and defeated the asrrepation of the )born. Died) in Flor-
showed record killing in the United Through activity : name a. at the close of business: December 31, 1934,
a
I Citizen against: vvirctappers, smother by a score of 7 to 3. It ida. March 15. 190;). Comptrollers Call
The Senate has two blind members, States of 36,000 and an injury total of 1- man. this time a minister-til: was a god game of baseball and! .- RESOURCESLoans .. '.,
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and no telling how many dumb;ones. 000,000.Vhat would the public have .I the gospel, has laved 10,009.1..,tfta spectators: were'given a goodS 1859-Victor Herbert compos-i i and Investments .... $ 305.C39.43 ..:
.. < . > ._ amount of the 'sum saved iOI, the Wbition. . Overdrafts .... ... .. .. ._ . 71.61d't"
done.! if the railroads and steamships had tr<< bandmaster and conduetor'l)
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c first deal frustrated by activity ,,' (born in lie-land. Died Banking House,, Furniture ;'
Applause in church t inappropriate: killed 36,000 persons in one year? of this paper 'Iwas $14.000.jmak-! Tn 'Blind Princess, a beautiful 1921. and Fixtures ..,-,-.. 33,082.33 ,.
YOlk City, May 20.
but many indicate their..ap'pro.v al} of _the Practically every accident, whether it ing a total,'of $24,000; paved :to. ;drama,' '1* to. !11<} profrtited f( on the ; I I Conds of States and Pos- ,. i ,n"
: tit i f 4 f by the I sessions of the United
dupes of'vicious group evening of February
by nodding. .i" . ,. results in killings or only in scratched proposed __ ,.__.
germon' . swindlers and .confidencemen wh'i r>(ipiL;; of the"Convent: of Mary Im- i I860-Henry Miller American States ..m... .. .. : 139370.68
t4 .' fenders, is the result of the human ele have located in Key West. There'I! maculate. All of the characters actor-manager, born in England.: 3tber Bonds and Securities ..74,204.03Stock
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Re-j .*-'tk5l'*tI
of the Federal .
If some people ever get to ?heaven, ment. Ninety per cent of automobile are now about twenty in the gang,. will be impersonated! by local: tal-;I Died April 9, 1920.Today's i.I i. serve Bank _..---- t. 6000.00

first thing they will look for will be the drivers are safe, careful and competent.Ten in Key West. The members arc | ent. .....e.e..aaa.a..aacsee I'I Temporary Federal Deposit -
conducting their "offices" .on the '- I Insurance! fund 1,954.01
complaint department. per cent are reckless, careless or in- County Road, and if city and county .: I' The bottom { exterior of; HoroscopeThe I United States Govern- .

competent. And that ten per cent menaces law authorities do not know,I Curry's Aquarium have been painted .. .. ment Obligations! direct -
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Going to church every Sunday in 1935is I the lives, health and property of us all. they where are headquarters the only people'U here located\\h,I..| white.advantage Fish can against be seen this to greater baek-- person born on this day anteed and___fully_..___.._,guar-..__..832744.73

bound to make the average individual a If one steamship accident or a bad do not. 1; ground. :.i will have a psychic temperament, Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1,327,913.70

better person. Try it and see for your- railroad accident, killing comparatively i easily moved by the higher sym $1.888,225.73!
self. few people, causes revolutionary legisla- I An opportunity is presented tc I F. Pain, former editor of the pathies. There i is! much native LIABILITIES

every young person in Key Wesl i Tobacco Journal, arrived lact eve strength, but danger lies in being Capital .. .. .... _$ 100,000.00
tion ---- -------- -
to protect the public, wihat should be rhow. This will be mm from Havana and is visitingfor ; ,carried away by the passions! or too ''
to ree a great: I ? I Surplus and Undivided Profits __._..._ 65,007.42'Circulation
An ounce of prevention is still wortha the safety program resulting from 36,000 when the Shrine Circus comes tr. a few days in the citv. The i i much swayed by love of freedom. I .. 100.000.0A

pound of cur The price remains the automobile killings in one year? the city for a stay of several days: ,, I I visitor has :a number of friends:..1' Adapt yourself to jour environ. Deposits; -..----..?-----......--..- 1,633,228.37
There i.i to be a popularity contest .. i among the manufacturers of cigars i meat, and cultivate submission: to I
same always everywhere. An unchanging
$1.888,235.79
in connection with the enter here. I circumstances. t

standard of value. ON THE SKIDS ---- ------.---- ----- _J
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Key West can go a long way toward Each generation of men from time I

laying the foundation for lasting growth immemorial has produced its pessimistsand

by solving its social problems along with cynics, who have viewed with alarm

its economic problems.It the deplorable tendencies of their con- .'


is complained that the young people temporaries.According to these gloomy individuals: V. V The selection and preparation of ?t .

are not enough interested in musical the downward trend of human m.orals has buying

practice, but anyway here in Key West always been in evidence, with the skids to -*- *..

they all seem willing to play on the automobile perdition well greased.As the kinds of Turkish tobaccos { ,
right
horn. a matter of fact, there has been

little change of human nature since the

The movies are odd. Eddie Cantor is dawn of civilization. At any time in the is VI
Chesterfield Cigarettes .
noted: for his big eyes and Joe Brown for I world's history there has been ample I for making

his big mouth. Who'll come in with a big grounds for pessimism on the part of those
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nose-Times-Union. "Schnozzle" Iu- who prefer to look upon the dark side. A ,
business in
rante, of course. Don't you go to the writer in the Boston Chronicle in the year Tr\ a itself. . .

movies? 1800 pictured conditions closely resembling -I

those of the present day, from the

Manhattan Island was bought from viewpoint of the alarmist. In an article
I
the Indians for $20. Key West Island entitled "Prices Current," he wrote:
have buyers in all the tobacco -
brought a bigger price and cost the first i \lorals-Falling: rapidly. I '

.'purchaser 200000. But Manhattan real II "Modesty\ (female-Quito) out of -a \'V markets of Turkey and

estate is bringing ever so much more now I fashion. ''v3s yayshy; V>:;:'.:;.:, ."#I Greece, including Xanthi, Cavalla

than that of Key West. ..Novuis! the time "National Honor-None on the mar-
1 and Samsoun.. ,
',to get-in on the ;,ground floor. :.1(1'! | r l ke\\. hI .. Smyrna, ) >;

; .1 .... I J 1'IuLlic' Taxes-In great abundance. .,:y 'XrIXf. { ;M:. ; ,And' 'aI' Smyrna, Chesterfield! : Lt ,;tact.f
S$r3'iY! q
Uncle Sam's companionate alignmentwith "Religion No price offered. .,.va k: N.nkti5.: Ihi'mDSt modern :'Ia sfyQ
.. : : x irY,,:.;:;: r : ,.s z< I" '" has built tobacco
La Europa and subsequent: Ij p(\dvorce: "Public'irtueA contraband ,ar- ," plant in the Near East., :. > ..
has cost us a pretty penny inahmony NoW 'ticlei: discovered: would ruin its pos '

President Roosevelt is making goo-poo sessor.". '' s a'a' >' ;r J ,.Here the.spicy, aromatic Turkish1', :?.' ,-t

eyes at the perfidious dame =again eager to But there was nothing original in the Y t leaf is sorted and graded under the :,ftVI77E ,:

kiss and make-up by joining the World lugubrious reflections of this writer of '
tobacco :
f of our own men.
Court. One mistake is pardonable, two 135 :years ago. The same things, in sub- vY eyes

ne\er. I' stance, were said centuries before, are be- S ' .S 'dFN Then it is put away to age in its 1

ing said today and will probably be said \u . : t f own climate for two years or more '

It has been said that only 13 people for centuries to come.PROLONG :
a to make it milder and better-tasting.
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understand the Einstein theory. We wonder

how many people understand the income YOUR OWN LIFE c. When you blend and cross-blend .

tax. That $70,000 was once returned -, -- t. 5't 1i V ) _ I the right kinds of aromatic Turkish j

to Andrew R. Mellon shows that One of the most significant trends inadvancing J
1 4' tobacco with mild ripe home-grown
is.
even some of the best certified accountantsdon't or prolonging, human life :S sL.n'r w '

know where they are "at" in this I the stress that is being laid on periodical ','gin> ::<: tobaccos as we do in Chesterfield ;

Jabyrinthian maze of calculations. health examinations. There are many have .
I } ... you e e
diseases that kill only because of ignorance: fi :

Many Florida resort cities are filled I I that they exist. People think they are the that's milder
:: cigarette 1
right now, or so nearly so there will be 4 well and for that reason ignore the sound .d?' .1.' yv .x

scant elasticity for the 'peak demand in fFebruary. j advice of leading physicians that they allow -. x'w the cigarette that tastes better

.. St. Petersburg K i 98 per cent themselves to be examined regularly

full State Hotel Commissioner Sullivan j thoroughly trained and scientific met|., .

estimates. Bradenton, Sarasota and Clearwater j! There are many diseases that begin insidiously .,-.. .

are enjoying the best crowds in his- without throwing pain into the 1 Handling Turfcbh tola&o in :

tory. Key West, making a late bid for i body to warn the victim. They can be detected the Leggett & Myers modern !" ;S: {9.t .

tourists, has a visitor population of 1,500 by a competent examination and ar- factory at Smyrna, Turkey. e' 't )V

aad practically no accommodations left, rested at: inception, but if allowed to develop tlE l f MOKDAT ITMWESDAT SATUtDATLUCHEZIA
,
s
except hotel room Key West is quoting } unmolested, invariably kill. ' ; HIT RICHARD ,

prices that enable tourists to live there Readers of The Citizen have seen this : BOBI to3 BONELL1KOSTELANVrX ;.

mot::: as cheaply as they can at homl..1Iiami al'l, i idea before in our columns. They will see I 1fi.!" ,+ OICHESTIA AND CHORUS

.\ with plentiful accommodations remaining .! it again. In the meantime, there is no'I '1.: :' 9 P.M., ( ) : ]

despite more tourist lures than all j 1 1I I sense in reading our warning unless you t LL"co:1-:1:

the others combined, might learn some l lessons act upon it. That means, be examined at 1 ; : ,,' '"
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its sister cities' -I I If think are well and sound; .
by investigating suc once. you you _. ,:: ; ,.!., ..
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SPORTS 8 VICTOR BRIDGES


., A RAPID FIRE ROMANCE BY EVAN EVANS C), .
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Chapter 49 -That's excellent. Sir William

rosa' also.-Before we go there's just
CHAPTER 1OUTLAWS' which, men said, was unrivaled la AND JIMMY TOO '
ono promise 1 should like to extract'
all the San Carlos range.In all Mexico 7Uu heard lion,'. boast."I said. from tks yoaag people. As soon
DEN perhaps and therefore In the
1 "It would never do to kt her as the doctor gives his permissionsay -
world! So thought Pa eua!. ADd he f __ _
HE strides of Brother Pascual were long down In front of her partner." one day next week-I want to
rejoiced In the might of that fellow I I .
and swift, but the day strode longer and peon In his ragged dirty clothes: he LOCAL-TEAM .aaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaFOLLOWING The door opened admitting an hue a little dinner-party to celebrate

swifter by far to its ending. rejoiced in the red Bilk cap that WINS NCKEDTEAMS eager-eyed and obviously cvriou the inauguration of tae com
I hope that all four of you will!
pany.
Shadows as blue as water were flowing Rubriz preferred to all the sombreros Jimmy. .
through the ravines, rising higher and of cloth or of straw. OVER LAKE WORTHBY IN DIAMONDBALLTILT "You wanted me. sir?" Park honor View me by Hotel.being" my guests at the

;i t higher, and the naked summits of the San And the heart of Pascual was THROUGHBy Jerry- beckoned to him. "Step this "1 will for one."said Jerry prompt-

: Carlos range began to burn with rose and touched with sympathy when he GOOD MARGIN way. James. Sir William Avon ty. "They do sole bonne femme better
,t with golden flame against that Mexican marked diagonally across the ( JOVE) LAST NIGHT wishes to speak to JOu.- there than anywhere else in Los

.""'"- sky; but the friar, taking a stronger holdon flushed face of Mateo,the long white ......................a* Our visitor cleared his throat. "I doa.
which the whiplash had left
the staff which was his companion in scar on The baseball situation is now have bean hearing some vary complimentary -Then I take It we accept as well

the wilderness, gave little heed to the the whip-stroke flesh. Men could said have that left no such single a KEY WEST BASKETBALL 'cleared up and at the meeting LOPEZ-TROPICALS V leT O- things with about you my lad.I and. Molly" I saiL

beauty around him. broad and deep sear but that Mateo OUTFIT LOSES 'TO HOME. Tuesday night the four managers like boys Intelligence
RIOUS
OVER BUSY BEES. courage and you've certainly shown I spoke the telerhone on the
He had only one eye for it, after all; over the other he Rubric In the passion of his shame agreed to play hereafter with both these qualities to a remarkable AS side table suddenly: begin: to
black leather. A made and hate had rubbed salt Into his STEAD; CONCLUDING GAME players who are signed by them. ADAMS TEAM SCORE WAS
wore a big shield of plaster patch a ; extent.. In return for what you'redona ring and Jrrrv. \\ M *. '::nd:""
the cheek and circled wound to freshen it and keep It It was" also decided to give prizesat In making .,
white bandage .
big cross on opposite a TONIGHT WITH REDLANDSBy 6TO3 I have great pleasure beside it. i I"-r- j: I:? I rUe
his head. To give his stride greater freedom he had pulled i burning on his face as rage burnedIn future. games, but net prizes you this preseat. It's a check ]'< \ i , '- 'I..-<". '

Up his long gray robe so that a fold hung over the cord that' his heart. At any rate there was to the players. It's something;. for two hundred asd fifty poundsa yon wart t '.. '; "> !l':"1 ''" "'r','
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girdled him and the edge of his gar-Q 'I the sign clearly visible whenever unique. These prizes will be offered joint gin from Miss, O'Brlra aid to me. "K 1 f'r y "1. :N": .:' -
his face reddened, which was often. ( SCHOOL REPORTER) : Two teams . .
to the A small picked played a '
spectators. .. .
,Dent kicked In and out around his he fended his course through them' myself. lhoist.1i! : : fro e -nfso
fences. until he came out on a level valleyIn 'I Key West lost a close game, 17 : change will be made at the gate. j i game of diamond ball last night at Jimmy's eyes positively goggled. crossed tl'e r 'H,

the calf of each brown and hairy floor with a stippling of lights near I \.I/-XME here little old Pascuall1Rnbriz "What to 21, to Homestead WendesJay I Each and every one entering will'be the Bayview Park field.A "Two two 'andred aa' fifty q1&Id-! "Who's ". '. ,;'!S?" InqulTd

lee there was a mighty fist of muscle by giving a vague outline of a house have you been was doing thundering.to yourself} night, largely due to overconfi- given a number. II team composed of eight he stammered. "Wot-all for me?" "It's Seymour" came a sain'rolce. : ,-
heard and "That is the Idea. If you take my "I've been trying to 1bolJ:
needed for the support of this towerlie singing shouting I've told you that if you keep taking dence, but that jolt must have players from La Tropical club and
and the beat of running feet while advice you will Invest U In Savings of all the moraine, bet;: Ere only
ling bulk of a man. yet the only proVision two from the Lopez Funeral Homers you
your short cats through the moan During the "Week of Joy,
: he carried with him on his he was still in the distance and. done them some good for they defeated team Certificates. Sir William: handed Just found out where joti are au lY'
a composed-
thins, the cliffs and down the
up La Semana celebration a
Alegre ,
though he once pledged to love good beat Lake Worth much him the envelope."I have something Ing. My dear \Ic.. 1 can't: foil I"-
Journey was a pouch of dry corn Devirs Slides you'd have a fall one a stronger eight Busy Bees and two Adams
and hate evil he could not club from South Miami or. in other else to say to you as well. I don'tknow how delighted I am at the> ,
:meat He waa dark as an Indian but help of these days. Well If you've had a I team than Homestead, last: : words a club picked from the! Dairy players. what ambitions you bare for -
smiling little. news.
'pain his broad and face doubt was of marked with'enFot the : a fall like that thank God that your I night by a score of 18 to 9. I best players of the DadeBroward Later in the game Ingraham I the future but !if )'ou'would like to A mischievous thrill of pleasure: :
some high < Pascual was In many respects head battered but not broken. l
was Lake Worth of the lead- will, double- played with the first team and 'Into employment. I will .
deavor. > a true peon and:therefore he had tot is one county, league play a j come my shot throvgb my. heart,
t Thq .sun bulged Its cheeks In the forgive a true ban dido like Mateo "Come here and dip your hands log teams in this district, having*header here on the 24th day of Gabriel oa the second. Ubieta, find you an opening at the Avon "Thank you very much,Seymour,"

west and blew radiant color all Rnbriz.A thief steals from all alike; Into that sack-all gold-and take beaten Ponce de Leon Palm! February. They will tackle the i after an absence of two yean Works. As Mr. Trench will tell you; I said. "Awfully' nice of. you, .to ring
out the fill of your big hands. You pitched a great and struck there Is plenty of opportunity,there Ii
Jacrosslha'sky; the heavens dark- a bandido harries the rich only; and Pirates in the first game and the 1 game np. ?
\ can weight down your pockets and Beach Miami Edison, Redlands,j out 10 batters. for a boy with energy and brains. "\'onsense. Why dear fellow
ned to < my
< green and amber, then )'el. In Mexico there Is a belief that grows Sluggers in'the second.,The initial '
-1 ,'j '\, spend it all on your poor. Dip In Homestead and Ida M. Fischer. I II The best hitters of the game Jimmy stood still, clutching' is there' anyone In' the' world who
contest will start at 1'p. m. sharp
your hands as deep as the wrists I Judging by the Conchs' two victories -I J I were: Navarro with a triple and envelope, his face %flashed and his would naturally"'be' more pleased.
and pull out what your fingers will I I over Lake Worth ((25-13 i and will be played fast, so as to a single and Ubieta with a double eyes shifting In a troubled star and,thankful, than.I am? 1 always

A Ig r hold. Come, Pascual! Hal. my children here and 18-9 there) we have a I begin the nightcap at 3 o'clock. and a single in three times up. from one to the other of us. knew you were Innocent, of coarse
We shall all be a thousand The visitors will bring players well to clear wonderful >
team that should "D'yoa--d'ou want me bat this-this public vladloatlon -
do well in the N. Brantley hit single and
11 leagues nearer to heaven when District Tournament later in the I known to us. Most all fans know | a out Ilrthe asked huskily. !. was almost too much to be
1& Brother Pascual has prayed for us." season. Red Todd. He pitched the game i walked twice for a perfect aver- I shook my head. "Of course I. hoped for. ,_ S

2 1 [ Brother Pascual stood by the ban- I here on their last visit. Fleming at age.In don't. 1 should be frightfully sorry "It was indeed admitted. "
The feature of the Conchs' play the field J. Navarro and
I first. Barrow at short-a great If you left us. Jimmy. AH the same "When can I see yon? I am most
this season, has been the close Nodine the stars.
player. Lee at third-for years were when you get an offer like this. I anxious to hear the fall story.
guarding displayed in their games I the mainstay of the Fort i Score by innings: don't want to stand In your way." "You can drop in whenever you

to date. However their defense dale Tarpons and one of Lauder.1 I R. II. E. lie drew in a deep breath and U-e.- I said generously.

1 formation doesn't work quite so I dangerous hitters on the east I Lopez-Tropicals moistening his Ups looked up at Sir "Then I'll come round this after

well on the large courts at Home 'coast. Stephens, Sauls Humphreys, I 042 000 0--<5 9 2 William."It noon." Ha paused."By the way rye

stead, Redlands and Miami Edison .- i Smith, Covington, Hall and the Busy BeesAdams102- aint 'alt good ot you sir but just: been talking on the phone to.
as it does on the smaller" 000 0-3 5 0 If it don't make no difference in away Lard Rediaad. He tells me that the
all well known to us.
courts at Key West and Lake rest are I Batteries: UbMa. Martinezand I o' speaking I'd rather stop with committee of the club hare official

Worth. Ingraham; Ward Nodine and Mr. Trench. 'E's going to teach me ly accepted your resignation but,of!

Visiting coaches say that Key For the locals the Pirates will Garcia. to be an artist-Ilka ,asel t." crane that was all an unfortunate

West High Five has one of the probably use: Carbonell behind Summary: Errors: Machin ailsonderstandlng. lie intends to

fastest breaking offenses of any the plate; Casa who has already I Ubieta; runs!' scored: Ubieta 2, TUB hard blue" eyes twinkle "Ia propose your reflection personally
said their owner I shall secondIt
case. at the next meeting.
team in this district. Most of the defeated the South Miami team Navarro, Castellano, Rueda Mar-
gravely"I think you've made a vary nysclt
other teams Miami Edison twice the box Pena first tinez IL Gates. Lucilo Gates
except in ; at ; W. ; ."
sensible choice. Now. Cresswall. 1 shouldn't do that U I were you.S.Jrmour ,
,r7 J\1pi IIrn employ the "slow break" sys- Baker, second; Cates, third; Ace-I t two base hit: Ubieta; three base he continued as Jimmy backed out" ." I said ;

tem of offense. Each system has vedo at short; M. Acevedo in left; I I hit: Navarro; stolen bases: Ubieta, "I assume that yon'ra prepared to "Why not?"

its merit and defects-but apparently -I: A. Perez in center and Mayg or'' Castro 2, Lucilo, Castellano, look after Miss O'Brien's Interestsand "It would be a waste of time. 7explained.

the team that has the fast I Griffin at right. Rueda; sacrifice hit: Nodine, see that I don't take advantageof "rYe no wish to comeback

est "break" has a slight advantage I II -- Cates; struck out: by Ubieta 10, her youth and Inexperience How to the'Royal United Arts. I

over its opponents. ,I by Ward 2; bases on balls: off would it suit you to come along to only, treed the place to wash my
The will probably :
Redlands is the final test for Sluggers use ,Ubieta 6, by Ward 2; time of the hotel with me new? Wa taD have hands In."

the Conchs on their present trip.If C. Griffin on the receiving end;:'game: 1:00; umpires: Lopez and I f some lunch and rsa through these And with that I rang off.

they can defeat that team tonight Bethel l on the mound; Ingraham Gonzalez. suggestions of rniae afterwards.1* ,Ceprrigkt, 'u|. Pen* 6nJtbitf ('o.)
their trip will be considereda at first; Hale at second; Cates at I Mr. Cressvell get ap from bit
:third; Castillo short; Fruto left; Miss chair."I shall be delighted." ha said. THE END
This Pearl Sherman. is
success. will not be easyto 21, a
Gopher at center, aad Esmond AI- .
accomplish, however, for the practicing pharmacist in Phila
Redlands team has been improving bury at right, with Lucilo and Pie I delphia. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLY
Traynor ready to start at a moment's
rapidly ia competition with :. notice. .-.- -.-
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the larger schools in the Miami

'Come dip your hands Into that \\\1\ / area. j I I I {,1111111.l111.AT1111! II".I'.4T..II.III:

ack-all gold!" : wo Key West is at a disadvantage I I[: So you see, dear fans, this is ,

a6fw in one respect for the other teems'I[:going to be a baseball treat.

'Ilow-green and blue with the green in the district are so close to each Just 0
fading rapidly Into night as Brother t other that they can play at least As to the Billiard Tournament Receivecl &fEY'S M
laacual RUBBEROID
came tc the narrow mouth .
: I would like it
to was
w I two games per week against com. say a suc
ot a gorge over which leaned pillars
petitive schools. This constant cess.: Over 150 spectators were

of from lofty behind rock.a A stone jack and rabbit fled darted leav u t 'ulr I playing under fire tends to pro. .at each game. The high run was 35 lb Light Weight "Bullseye." 35 Ib Light Weight "Surety." Sure

duce rapid improvement and a made by A. Sanchez with 20 in Reasonable Price fl to make a good
ing the whisper of its speed In the | fT/\ (J
air. of the very soil that all rich men' dit and looked down at the buckskin well-based confidence that is im- his fourth game. This run was $1 75
I I Per Roll .... 3)X DU roof Per Roll._. .
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are evil. sack which held such treasure. lie possible to attain in any other made in the first inning and ia -- .
And In the mouth of the ravine
the friar paused and shouted: "Oh. When be came to the door of the was aware, too of the gleam Of the last he needed 18 points to I I 45 Ib :Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply, 45, lb .:Medium Weight "Surety."

bo! Oh-ho! I am Brother Pascual! house he beat on It three times with white metal and of yellow up and way.The line-up in the Key West- win. He made them-and 17 extra I I to go at CO? f\\ 2 Ply .
his staff. Then threw down the table. lie took a deep '
he the door bout. But the 25-
"Paacual Hal! Do!"you hear 1 am Brother open on the smoky light of the Inner breath and looked up to the smoke- Lake Key Worth West game-E. was Woodson.as follows f:; first points 18 points to counted.: only Douglas I Ii I Per Roll --....-... tDa oUU Per Roll --...-..... tD.

After a moment,. while the echoes hall and shouted: "1. Brother Pas- blackened rafters of the room. Smith f; Rosam, c; Anderson g !=i McCarthy made 349 points in 87 11 I 55 Ib Heavy Weight "Bullseye." 55 lb -,Heavy Weight ':"Surety."
cua am It Is I, Brother "Father them "
coming! forgive he said
were still dimly flying a voice almost ; (capt.) ; Carbonell g. innings. A. Sanchez scored 318 in 3 Ply, ( 3 Ply, O' t. .'!'i! I
Pascual! The thunder of his voice from his heart.Then he added: "Not TJrt
at his an.ldWpll: Lake Worth :.. Hansen 'f 88 innings. M. Sanchez made 220 50 2 75"Per
}(:elhQWt\ rutnbjed\ lhl pvigh the house,and then even for my poor Mateo. Give me ; I Roll .-...-. -
brother who' hMngry now? Whose :
9 door flung open to his right and something to eat. as soon as I have Sparks, f; St. Louis, c (capt.); points in,73 innings. McCarthy ran

.bellyache are.jou. to tel) us abo t.nowr Ut a'rush o[. ound flow out about, washed. But stolen money poisonseven Smith g; Bell g. .18 $points; ".twice.. ALL ROLLS CONTAIN 36L. F. 3* WIDE'WITH SUFFICIENT UrtliAINU* K
him. the poor." The Key West team will return ( &** -- NAILS APPLYING*' I ft if t in.'i t S.T ,i t '4
"la It LuIsrA&fiked( too'friar; \ I after; Next "Week' tournament for FOR
rBrtgtitr'Pascual! shouted the Mateo caught him by the wrist over the highway tomorow I! 0 a T ,. ".1! '', 1 K1 r. r t't '

"Luls sent spying oncqtoo. often laminar, strident tones ot Mateo and looked him up and down halt noon. i singles 'cull be played and each ,' :
Into the'sro>? lt lds''ht' ChIhuahuA. RabrizJHaif a :dozen wild young fel- savage and half fond. "Listen to and every, player in the city is incited ,I + ?y la i1-v f t

They. killed bJUn J In, the, slaughter;\lows" leaped through the doorwayand me! Be silent,. everyone. Mateo TIRED OF SERMONSPIIILADELPHIA.Leo II to participate. These games 5 Carload of Wall Board ReceivedSTRONGEST
''house. Maybe they made him Into seized on the burly friar and Rubric: Is speaking. Do you bear will be played Tuesday and Thursday -

sausage.; drew him Into the room._ It was thekitchen One day I shall give up this life and Sztuk.I nights. Players may register E OF ALL WALL BOARD. DOES NOT NEED !'tEINFOWfc; :

"What Is your name? Ah, you are dining-nan, and receptionchamber go into a desert with this good maLI ,: 14, son of a minister of this city I with the Recreation Department rl ING OR BACKING .

Carlos!" of Mateo Rubriz. shall scratch up roots with my said he ran away from home because I or with Pete Aguilar any .
As a chorus of welcome rose to bare hands and feed on them.I shall I HARDBOARD 1-8- THICKNESS \
and he listen this week and Monday Registrations
"You've only seen me once; was compelled to day Q 1

, (you're its too a dark cat. How for seeing do you now.remember unless at greet the Brother fragrance Pascual.of roasting he snuffed kid up- drink water.-nothing Give me a but cup clear of that spring wine to his father's lengthy sermons. I I I i ,wil close Monday night.,liS per Sq. Ft. ......._......-. -...... ... ..______._ O C ;f

most delicious of all meat In this one of you-And! 1 shall spend the --- -- .
people. Brother i STRUCTO BOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, SMOOTH ON Q
world; and the savor ot frijoles rest of my days praying. and doing .
1 "1 remember them by their need cooked with peppers and the pungency penance." YOU ITfoiiot I BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Ft ___.____.__.... OC '
WILL CHECK
()t mercreald the friar. "Poor of coffee, and the thin scent
Luis! Is he gone? He had a need of of beer and the sour of wine-all lIe seized: a great Jeweled cup I DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH,

'mercy, also. were In that air. ming which with was handed sour red to him wine,brim and QUALITYVA I 5I I per Sq. Ft. .......... .-. ...... .. ..._. 61-2c
i "So has every man with Rnbriz At the long! table some of the men
{answered Carlos. were still eating; others looked on poured half the contents down his THIS BOARD CAN ALSO BE USED FOR ANY WORK'WHERE A
throat.
I{ "So have L So have all mortals. with a careless interest as Mateo i' STRONG SMOOTH FINISH IS DESIRED.
declared Brother Pascual. humbly. Rnbriz. equipped with a small t>al- "When I do penance." he roared. PRICE 1

'"1 am going on to the house. ance-scale. measured out lumps of fit shall be the greatest penance Jt 1I

"There's plenty of noise In the shining white metal and small heaps that ever was done by a Mexican, > Kitchen Utensils of every descrip-
"SANETTE" WASTE RECEP-
house said Carlos.Yesterda,. we of heavy yellow dust. and Mexicans are the only men." i bon that every house wile should
caught a mule train loaded with-' Brother Pascnal refused to call It lie made a gesture and some of .TACLE. Works with foot lever. ', !i
and the wine slopped out of the cup and I have. Yes we have them All on
silver gold; because money is No bending or stooping. White ..
"I DONT want to hear It." broke the root of all evil and he loved splashed from the floor onto the ? display m our household depart.enameled -

In PascuaL "We are all sinners these men In spite of himself. So he bare calves of his legs 1 I 1 finish, each --.- $4.15 L

Carlos. But good may come out of fastened his gaze only on the huge; "Do you hear me, Pascnal? I shall men53PIECE

levn.l Good may come out of evil. squat figure of Mateo Rubric who be such a saint one day that they'll

(Saint Nicholas be large In the eye wore common cotton trousers I have to shift In their chairs and 1 I p ' GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH DINNER SET

of furled to his knees, and cheap ,crowd their halos closer together to
my mind! up make room for Mateo Rnbriz f SERVICE FOR EIGHT. THREE COLORS TO SELECT .
With huaraches on his feet.
that, he stalked on through
the thick blackness of the ravine, The sleeves of his shirt were cut (Copyrigkt. 11 Harper Brotkert FROM RED, BLUE AND GREEN TRIMMED IN GOLD$19.79Set

which rapidly. widened. Trees off near the armpit so as to leave
Brother Paicual bcm a
choked the way. With his long staff unhampered that vast strength, peacemaker tomorrow. Don't think you have to pay a fancy ,

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price for a satisfactory rye.This economical I ,
the Adams Dairy and Lopez Funeral -! The lowest temperature ever

DIAMONDBALLGAME Home tens.: I' officially recorded in the United whiskey has everything you "'

TONIGHT knocking It is stated out a that home any run'during player;I;;I States was 65 degrees below want ia die way of bouquet, body, D Sooth Florida Contracting & EnpMermg. Co. I I IPIa


the game tonight will be givena zero, at Miles City. Mont.,. in188.t. flavor, smoothness and low price. eie 59S! Wttte Mel Eliza Streets
prize of a bunch of bananas

There will l,. a regular scheduled cake and a quart of ice cream. PENN-I'M&YWID CIDUOaATlONof s..tiarre.+. S "Your-home w worthy of the bertw1 .

game of diamondbail playedat Dar ; ., z.w0" -& DirlirZxecsrre I
Bayview Park tonight. Poll shows Senate would sus-I Federal Reserve assets are off N.w Y", N. Y.

This eontest will le between tain veto of bonus. to $6.10 a common share. I \ii'111'"II.I"II I"I"III .II'IJ,




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FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1935.

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{TREVOR INVITED PERSONAL MENTION SPRING SHOWINGAT Today In History


:-: SOCIETY : -: TO SCHOOL EVENTs .SSSSSSISSSSSS.S5SS..A*. HUB STOREFirst .5ISSSS555ss......sss BARGAIN BUYS

1708-Alexander Selkirk, Scot-
J. D. Aldrich, car foreman at tish sailor of
original
supposed
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress i Key West, left yesterday to at- "Robinson Crusoe taken off island
la-I -
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( < TheTALLAHASSEE Cltt. ) Spring showings of
'PHONE 752-J Feb. 1.1.J. tend a meeting in St. Augustine.Mrs. of Juan Fernandez where he

dies' wearing apparel are now had lived for four .
.SSSSSS.SSSSSSSSIS..SSPSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.S. Trevor of West. memberof years.
Key
a Clara Lopez, who was ing shown in the ladies' department -

Phi Betta Kappa, will be fesued spending a few weeks in Miami, Store.
Garden Club Holds Interesting of The Hub 1843-N. Y. Mutual Life Insurance

an invitation to the installationof returned yesterday. Lovely new Spring dresses: in Company issued its first pol

Meeting Woman's Clubhouse Florida Alpha Chapter- of this all the new materials are 'shown icy.

historic honorary at Florida State Thomas M. Kelly was an arrival in the latest styles and color_,
-
The regular Thursday moraine Those persons who wish to sub-: College for Women March 4-5', relatives yesterday for a short visitwith An adyertisement in thus'!issue 1899-U. S. flag raised, onr
and friends. '
I[ Richard's* presid'nt shows special! prices'on dles' Guam. _.
meeting of the Key West Garden, mit plants which are to be on display -, Dr. Harold F. "
suits, shoes, dresses, slacks, shorts
at the show are requested to
of
of Phi Beta Kappa Association
Club held yesterday at theWoman's Mrs. Rosalie Martinez returned
was communicate with the head of and ;hosiery.. ....... 1908-King Carlos I and Crown
Tallahassee, announced this week. yesterday from Miami where 'she .
) ..
Clubhouse Division h. r.iI'
on the of that I Prince of Portugal shot dead in
committee in charge went ,on a short visit. with relatives ......................., "
street, with Mrs. William R. War- class of plants a complete list of I streets of Lisbon. ,-
ALIEN WIVES BAN and friends., .
ren, vice-president, presiding in:I which was published in this column I PEOPLE'S FORUM

lieu of Mrs. William II. Malone!f some time ago. I Ii FOR GUARDING OFCHINA'S .. ..................... 1922-Arms Conference in
who absent due to illness. She It reiterated that Mrs. Ed. Bervaldi, who was
was ;i is any specimens I CLARIFIES STATEMENT Washington approved five-powers
SECRETS
spending a few days in Key West
assisted Mrs. William entere'd the I II
was by must bear name
ABOUT TEMPERATURESEditor treaty limiting ,ships etc.
capital ,
with relatives
Phelan treasurer; Mrs. Hugh Tay.! of the plant and the name of the; and friends left
lor and MVs.' Andrew (II, A.-....* I'rcM) yesterday afternoon for the homein
secretary I I person entering it, this so that all The Citizen
Miller NANKING Feb. 1.-As a Miami : The first ship built in America
corresponding secretary. I these specimens may be returned I % Referring to your issue of January -
The minutes of last week's to the ,roper> owners at the termination -! means of protecting state secrets wherein carried according to the bureau of
29.
meeting were read and approved.!I of the Flower Show. To. from the prying eyes and ears of Mrs. Francisco Roque and! review of a book you entitled "Ro-a navigation was the Virginia, a

The various committees in charge', facilitate matters, those who havea foreigners, the Chinese govern daughter who were spending al I] mantic and Historic Florida' sailng; vessel constructed at the

reported on what has already I means of transporting the plants I ment has forbidden Chinese military while in Key Wet, booked passageto Mr. A. Hyatt Verrill, there bya mouth of the Kennebec River in Mr. Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres,

been accomplished and. further!: to their destination are requested men and diplomats to marry return to Havana on the Steam- certain inaccuracies ap-in 1607. fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted
pears
detailed concerning the utilize them but in the I ship Cuba, to sail today. Home Site Hotels I
plans to eventno I women of other nationalities.The statements made by the author. or Apartments. Owner needs money

forthcoming Flower Show were' such means are available ar- new rules require govern- lie states as follows:" . .when \t\S COUGH DROp and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
discussed.It rangements I will made to Charles A. Lancaster
be pick ment employees who are alrady Richer of a norther blows the thermometer I

has finally been decided to,i, them up by the committee heads. married to foreigners to supply I Pa., came in yesterday for at drops to as low as 41 degrees. ." . Real Throat relief I Ideal Spot for Apartment House' A REAL BARGAIN-Waterfront

cancel the original plan of i issuing 1' Much of the success of the detailed information on the "background" I short visit with his brother While not wishing to be technical 1 Medicated with ingredients Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet.I property on Key Largo, at

invitations for the first day of, Flower Show will be due to the of their mates. sister-in-law ,Mr. and Mrs. FrankJ. I his i statement! ; is misleading. At of Vicks VapoRub fronting Hotel Casa Marina Tavernter, 150 feet fronting A**'

the. show. Instead, it will be open I j participation of all Key, Westers, i Among the things the govern Rieker"of 1720 Flagler Avenu; !;Key West, the temperature has S uthc.rft.and Eastern exposure. lantic

io the public with a nominal admittance -:,I and the'G rden'Club earnestlyde-'; ment would like to know about accompanied l by Charles Hoak and fallen to 4!. degrees but once in OVERCOMES BAD BREATH Don't ,miss- this; it is a bargain., Ocean extending' backl'to'

rcharge.After the first sires their 'operation 'and aid, the foreigners who has "married left on the return in the after C5.: ye'ars. ,As "maher'of fact it L Listing ,.73.NONE'1rnEREntre. Overseas Highway;' distance: ,' 525''feet
( a
day there ,will be charge, butS which be much into" I li'w..vJ'. ; fronting road from overseas
no> will appreciated. Chinese government serviceare noon. ,, .-I". Ii ia not'be ri below 44 in'that pe- : Mock
basis of free-will offering from I Ih Among jthose attending yest r- : _LL_ MONROE THEATERLee
'' ., ri9i1.JbJ'time. t eptt141 recorded "Yacnt 8a"0'on; North Highway to water. This it part of
t fronting
t. ose<<: attending, will prevail., I day's meeting' of the club were: Does she maintain close contact I Enrique Mayg, deputy 'sheriff) 'pn 'lanu !Y..121'1g86' I havelooked Tracy-Helen Mack in. Beach, size: 148 feet inches by an estate that must be sfttledx
An ''important fact brought out' Mj-s. P. t>. .Hpiloway, M 's. Vesey with her friends and family back left yesterday afternoon for Tav- ' the'records for'minimum NOW YOU BELONG TO ME '
up 150 feet: This would be'ideal l.pot $1.200ta"el it. 'Act quick. Listing -
at this meeting 'was that IWOJ1 Johnsbn, 'Mfs.'XI Pind Mrs. Arthur home? How often does she
any r. return ernier and will return this after t temperatures at this 'station and Helen Hayes-Madge Evans in for private home or Apartment No. 'l >l1
men in Key West who are desirous Pastorinf.* Mrs. J. Vining to her homeland? Has shea I' noon over the highway accompanying find that 44 degrees occurred five What Every Woman Knows House. Investigate while the 40.
or j joining i i the Garden Club may i Harris, Mrs. Frederick Kirthnd. good knowledge of the Chinese veterans
a contingent of Corner Business
times, 45 degrees once 46 degrees Orchestra Property
,I Matinee: Balcony, lOc; price is right. Listing No. 132. on
do so. It is by no means an invitation -, Mrs.\ B. Curry Moreno Mrs. Jerry language? I I who are employed on the bridge I twice 47 degrees three times 48 15-20c; Night 15-25c Duval street. Owner offers this

affair and any interested I.Trevor. Mrs. O. S. Long, Mrs. G. Diplomats already married to,,project at Lower Matecumbe, and degrees six times and 49 degrees Beautiful located home on North property at a great sacrifice. First

women in the city are cordially,, N Goshorn Mrs. Frederick Ford,I aliens are barred from ': are coming to Key West for a three times. Furthermore, since Beach, fronting Yacht Basin. $3,000 cash offer takes it. Worth

invited to attend the weekly'I 1 Mrs.\ Clifford Hicks. Mrs. Charles ing China in the country represent-I'I regular vacation'and relaxation 1871 on 15 separate years. the Grounds cover half block, with I more than double. Don't miss this

meetings. Falk and Mrs. William White. I of their wives. period. lowest temperature recorded any- large two-story home. Property o portuDit,.. Listing No. 218.

------- -. Officials of the- I time during the was 55 de FRIDAY AND SATURDAY fronts on three streets and is offered *(
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and air services who a e- marriedto County Solicitor Aquilino Lopez gress or above. SPECIALSat for half its actual value. Improved property, Angela

Elaborate In foreigners, and are engaged in Don't miss this bargain Listing street next to corner of Duval
Program PlanningFor Jr., left yesterday afternoon for The author states further:
i intelligence or secret service work - No. 17&Twostory street. Size 99 by 94, 8 inches.
Tavernier for a consultation with . .not in the tropics nor has it

Forthcoming Cabaret ShowAn are being shifted to other duties.BEARUP'S Justice of the Peace E. R. Lowe, a tropical climate. ." Assumingthat LEE BAKER'S MEAT home on Flagler Improvement of two on this propertyconsists frame
one-story
and expects to return over the Mr. Verrill does not wish to Avenue ideal location
DRY CLEANING MARKET corner property, buildings, one used for business,
elaborate and promising Mrs. W. T. Bainbridge, Mrs. Rob WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. highway this afternoon.Mrs. be absolutely technical we find he -just the home you are' and the other for dwelling. $1,600

program has been announced by ert Kruegar and! Mr. Smith, Miss PHONE 152M. dec20 is! wrong again. The tropics are NICE FRESH VENISON looking for. Listing No. 245. |ii takes it. Terms may be arranged.

Mrs., Lillian Connally for the :Mary Louise Spottswood and I Lovick,Lay left yesterday generally described as thtt regionon i Listing No. 218 A.

forthcoming Cabaret Show that Ralph Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Clem ....................... afternoon for Miami for a brief the earth where at some periodof First time offered on the mar- Exceptional BarraiDFurnishedtwoator
visit with relatives and to visit; the year the sun is above or ket to Key Westers home on Whitehead i '
every year excites such a wealthof Price, Miss Rita Pinder and(l Here is a real home-Bungalow
local interest and response. i, Mickey Babcock, Miss Dolis Bur-( CLASSIFIED briefly with Mr. Ley, purser with vertical over a selected point. This Veal Steer Meat street in exclusive neighborhood having 7 rooms, all modern improvements -

Mrs. Connally who for four-' chell and Julio Lacedonia Miss I I the P. and O. S. S. company, at- means that the tropics would be HENS AND FRYERS fronting Coral Park and beautifulview ; 80 'rose trees or more

teen years has been staging and Dorothy Cleare and W. Curry} tached to the Steamship Florida that portion of the earth boundedon Swift Premier Hams of ocean. No better location in yard; 10 different kinds of

directing these shows looks for Harris. ( COLUMNS plying between Miami and Ha the north by latitude 23 degrees All Ingredients for Souse could be found, and the price fruit trees and two bearing grape

ward to a more .than ordinarily! Another feature will be "You'rethe S.ISSS.S.SauO.S..SSSSSI vana. 28 minutes known commonlyas right. Listing No. 265. i.I' vines Located one half block

Vecker the Tropic of Cancer and on Phone 695 Free Delivery from City Park in a most desirable
successful one this year and members Top with Mrs. Paul Ideal Home, corner of
of the Key West Woman's rendering the vocal selection and President F. W. Williamson of the south by latitude 23 degrees, 822 Fleming Street and White streets overlooking neighborhood. Near school, church

Club, sponsors, are enthusiasticin dances by Gerald Pinder and a the New York Central Railroad 28 minutes known as the Tropicof government reservation. Southern and Yacht Basin. Size of lot 80

their anticipation of a lavish chorus consisting of the Misses LOST-Child's Black Overcoat was an arrival yesterday and spent Capricorn each line name be- and eastern exposure. This property -: by 90 feet. Price, 5500. Terms,

and beautiful affair. Anne Kennedy, Marguerite Page with brass buttons' and emblemon several hours as guest of WalterP. ing derived- from that zodiacal is offered at a bargain and I half cash. Listing No. 120.

One of the feature presenta- Theresa Sullivan Norma Garcia I sleeve. Lost in county court Murphy, on his yacht. Intrepid sign at which the sun is then en- on terms. Listing No. 11.

tions of this year's entertainmentwill and Cynthia Pearlman.The house yard. Reward if returnedto which is anchored in the harbor tering. Therefore we find the Seven.Room Bungalow in -most
Gato and Navarro, Inc. tropics being that part commonly Her is yowr' opportunity for detirable residential section. All
be the Viennese Waltz number -! movie revue comprising a and returned in the afternoon to NEW ARRIVALS
Berkowitz febl-Ux wherehe known as the* torrid zone. However -I income propert-LocatioD, Unit modern conveniences. House in the
with Mrs. M. E. large number of impersonationsof Long Key Fishing Camp
the dictionary states that the ed street, near White street. best of condition.
Open plumbing
singing the solo from "Merry Widow" Hollywood film stars promisesto is vacationing.
LOST-Special Police Badge. outside but near the -AT- Southern exposure. Improvementsconsists j is
ThIs real
region lying etc. a bargain; $3-
and the dances being led by, be an outstanding item on the
Finder return tft Police Department ........................ Tropics of_Cancer o.r Capricorn is of two small cottages new.ly 500 takes it. Term ca. be ar
Mrs. John Dorman, assisted by program, and is already creatinga City Hall, and receive The I and painted. Live in
also known the tropics. repaired Listing No. 91.
as ranged.
Lieutenant Robert Kruegar. Mrs.\ : good deal of anticipatory in- ;
reward. febl-ttx Today's Birthdays The Hub Store
Dorman before her marriage was i terest. latitude of Key West is 24 degrees one and rent the other. Terms can I
minutes north be had and the price is right. Listing Size
.S5S555SSSS5..a..iSeS5Mrs. or 33 or approximately Unimproved Building Lot. ,
Miss Miriam Belen, a dancer of, Rehearsals are being held daily LOST-One pair of rim glasses in I
miles north of the No. 49. location
74 50 150 feet Eagle
renown in New York City and and no effort is being spared to case. Case marked Haskins Optical Hattie W. Caraway, U. S. \ ; i by ; ,

abroad, for a period associated whip things into shape for a gala Company. Return to Grace Senator from Arkansas born at torrid zone. Ladies' DepartnentLADIES' For location this cannot be i Avenue, Meacham sub-division.

with a celebrated and internationally ' and highly entertaining Cabaret Kemp 601 Caroline street. Bakerville, Tenn., 57 years ago. It may be said further that the beat-Corner lot, fronting Price, $550. Terms can be arrang
also that region lying I cd. Listing No. 92.
tropics are LINEN SUITS ocean'I' ,
known group of dancers. Show this to take place on Friday febl-ltx next to Hotel Casa Marina
line drawn I
Other performers in this number February 8th, at 8:30 o'clockat Philip A. S. Franklin of New within an isocrymal Sizes 14 to 44-from street and sidewalk!:, and sea wall
Coral LOST Gold Wrist Watch with I the Int. Mercantile for average temperatures duringthe this Fishing Camp Big Pine Key-
will include Lieutenant antI the Isle Casino. York, president of fronting property. Investigate
coldest portion of the 'year S2.95 $4.45.DRESSES Size of 100 feet water
property
gold bracelet attached. Initials! Marine Co., born at Ash TO at once. Property must be sold.
-- - -- the temperature is 68 frontage by 400 feet. Price $3-
provided
in back of watch. Reward. Casa land, Md., '64 years ago. Listing No. 188.
degrees F. or above. Now the Jan- 500. Terms: half cash. An additional -
Mrs. Williams Dance Marina. jan30-3t
Tonight
uary mean temperature for Key Here is an opportunity of a 1 300 feet of water frontageby

Gives Supper At Cuban Club FOR RENT Judge William Clark New of the Jersey U. West (the coldest month) is 69.5 The newest in Spring showingin life time-Two-story home, four 400 feet adjoining this proper.
S. District Court for
: ,, degrees or 1.5 degrees above the their leading shades rooms and kitchen on first floor; ty can also be purchased, if de'sired. -

Mrs. Hamilton Williams held "A'hovelt -affair'to' take' SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All .. born, at, ;Newark, N. J., 44 arbitrarily set isocrymal line. $4.95 four bed rooms and bath'on'ie ond! Would make size of property .

I !." I': Ht. .' place modern conveniences. years agp,.",,- J ,, .J,,"", 't is"jc I :'"J\is!:k M'!:hopVo t th'e"writer.,that t ; floor; 1I'' tnodern'1' conveniences; then '400 byV400'Te. Hake.:
an, informal and enjoyable Welsh _this) evening: will ,be ,the, "Con- r" V ". uviijri' heater" and tbs;
Bathing and fishing at your 1 2l ( tjiis 'explanatioiif wilt Wheeler
Rarebit Supper last night at .her'I tinental, Dance" atmitta, Cuban back door. Frank Johnson editor Georg of Western'Farm, Life.managing Denver ,' *the''unfavofaltfe' 'ImpressionvM"by'1iY&fil1'whd LADIES' SPRING UITS 1 electric: "pomp;; garage, etc.' This .,_ 71. 1M Pl

home on Olivia street honoring,I Club'' to b9 sponsored) ,the Colonial Hotel Building. at Burlington, ( : appears Sizes 14 to 44-a beauiifuiJ is'par't-or"iW: estate' that I roust he

Mrs A. \\\ Yancey, who plans to: Sodality of St. Mary's Church. jan7-tf'I Kans., Colo.63'e's1flo., born :.B : 'yr to T>e"'either"ignorant:of temperatures suit atS4.95 _,. .ettIed..,Property in the best of Here i is :a Real. Snap In 'WaterFront

-', ,\' . 'II .jg I : hi KeijW' sFof' lse wishes c *dition,, and $1,800 cash 'takesit. Property l In business" eaO; lr
leave for' California the : 'th'e' Continental will bea -
early Dancing, FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 Walter ." dean rbf I'to' b ,"'deliberately"%' tsle ding. : ; .. .Worth, double. .Lida: No.,. r of the city-Sixe 134 by 216 feet.
X Coffey1 ,
part of this coming week to join special feature of the event. Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs, Dr. < agriculture, 'lr SAM GOLDSMITH 264., Machine shop and lumber shed.'On

her husband. Ernest Sanchez will sing the vocal Garage and Telephone. 514 the department of Observer Weather Bureau. property. $18,000 takes it. Tennst
Minn.\ : born at Harts- 24 DRESSESJust
the Univ. of ,
small
interested in
If
Last night's supper was one of I accompaniment to this number. Margaret. jan12 Key West, Fla. you are one-third ,cash. Listing No. 155.
the i ville, Ind., 58 years ago. in and specially priced at individual Islands, act before
affairs tendered to
Mrs.
many j A good musical program by Feb. 1, 1935.Antiseptic.
Yancey by her friends prior to t' Bob's orchestra will start at 91 BICYCLE3 Dr. W. Keller of Brooklyn $1.98 prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner' prop

her departure. o'clock. Ralph paper sheets for locations are right. Our exclusivelisting erty. Size, 50 by 100 feet. la the .
I' WE RENT by the Hour, Day or N. Y., noted clergyman bornat covering telephone mouthpieces is can fill your wants. main business block on Daval
all makes and Bridgeport Conn., 58 years 'SHOES
Week. Repair WHITE
Room Mothers To English invention for preventing street. Is offered at a great sacrifice -
Enjoyable Bunco them with Nu-Enamel. We an Water front property on Big
paint ago. for sale Take advantage
the spread of disease germs. A large selection of styles and a quick
Meet On full supply of parts. Pine Key; near hotel and post office -
Monday Party Last NightA carry a heels of this_ opportunity. Listing
I Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand Dr. Ernest F. Cook of Philadel- deck fronting 300 feet of water No. 64. C

low $1.00 phia noted phramaceutical chem- $1.98 S250S2.95 and 400 feet on County, Road.
Room Mothers sell them as as ,
of the Harris
Charity Bunco Party was Music atiionville Pa., 56 years COLDSFEVEN This location cannot be better. The
born
School have per week. J. 1.. Stowers ist, Most desirably located proper.
decided to changethe 666 6 6 6
last at the Knightsof
date of their regular meet-' given evening Company. janiSinloMISCELLANEOUS ago. price is right and terms can be arranged. ty on Southard street. Size, 50
:
The Pythias hall on Fleming street Listing No. 79. feet, 2 inches by 137 feet. Improvements
:
ing.
next meeting will be
by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Feodor Chaliapin, famed basso, consist of
held on Monday\ February 4, at! American Arthur NEW SPRINGHATS Acreage on Big Pine Key. Thisis A tw .story
Legion Sawyer born in Russia, 62 years ago. u.w TaUsti lint day eight-room home, fronting South
the home of Mrs. James Singleton!! Post No., 28.Refreshments. for used furniture. them water front property on the Atlantic
and
331 j: CASH PAID Ssln. N...nr.,. HEADACHES Come see ard street, and a room cottage,
Elizabeth street 4 o'clock. and fronts Newfound
were served and 1013 Southard street. ,Dame'Clara Butt, famed Eng- : in of
&autes1 fronting alley rear property.
in 30 l
Matters of k Size of 150
paramount several prizes given. Mrs. J. R. jan7-lraox Hsh-.contralto, born 62 years ago. .. .- -'- --4- LADIES' SHORTS AND Harbor Key. property, First $2,700 take it. Listing No.
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ance to be brought to I The is Terms
are import-I Pinder was the fortunate winner : acres. price right. : 197.
tention of the gathering WANTED 4. SLACKS, special One-third cash, and balance can
of the door prize Mrs.\ John Pin- Muss Iris Cummings, the firsl I -
cussion! \ and it is expected that ai 1 I 'arranged.. Listing No. 69.
der awarded the $1.00BETTER
was ladies' prize take THEICENTRAL
bid woman to an engineering A Cottage having 7 rooms and
on
to "
A chance
large number of members will be WANTED-
and the gentleman's prize went to order. The course. << at the'University of Dub MARKET I Ideal Home Site On North bath in most desirable location.

present. j I J. S. Moore. I your next printing. *. aug7 lin'_: .),has become an official surveyor. SHORTS AND Beach-Unimproved corner lot, In best of condition, on lot 50 by

!I All present expressed themselves Artman-Press. FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY size 99 by 150 feet, fronting 65 feet, located on Southard street,
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Three Generations as having had a most enjoyable FOR SALE SPECIA.LS SLACKS three streets riparian rights. This near White street. Owner offer

At Banquetffere evening and the Ladies' r- ALACE'I Sanforized and pre-shrunk'; is the spot to build your home on, this proprty for $3.000 if sold i i.

I il Auxiliary plans another of these TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 Pork Ham Pork Shoulders $1.95LADIES' and the price is right. Listing the next 60 days. Listing No.

Three generations of the Lonez' parties to be held later and on a sheets, 75e. The Artman Press. Bob Steele in I Pork Loin No. 189. II
larger scale at the American Lei aug7 ] Fresh Veal 212.All
family were represented at the TOMBSTONE TERRORNew T-Bone Steak
'SILK HOSE
I gion hall Calf Liver the above and add itional improved and tin-
banquet given at the Colonial Hotel i Spring Lamb.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two Serial and Short Reel Heavy Western Steer Beef Chiffon and Service weights, improved business and residi ential properties in the city,
Mr. and
Wednesday night by .
Mrs. II. C. Gill and Mr. and ; A Three Days' Cough bundles for 5c. The Citizen oct6 Of- Matinee: 10-15e; Night: 10-20e All Ingredients for Souse the famous ringless and acreage on the Florida K!eys too numerous to mention

Mrs. S. L. Loom: of Fort I Is Your Danger Signal fice. Lard and Butter I' Gor-jus, pair are listed in our office. Call ,and make_known your wants

Dodge, Iowa, in honor of the, Don't let them get a strangle MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 BENJAMIN LOPEZ Fresh Fruits and VegetablesWE 69c I-pric'cs and terms are right.

fiftieth wedding anniversary of. hold. Fight them quickly. Creo- sheets $1.25. The Artman FUNERAL HOME ARE OPEN ON SUNDAY. I
Mr. and Mrs. John Lopez, Sr. mulsion combines 7 helps in one. Press, Citizen Building.
Others were Captain John M.j I Powerful but harmless. Pleasant Jun27tf Established 49' Y.an MORNINGS New shipments of Dresses,

Lopez, and hi! son. John B. Lopez. to take. No narcotics. Your own K.y W_". OU-t Plao. 20 805 Fleming St. Suits, Hats and Shoes are now PAUL BOYSEN COMPANY

The name of the latter was oirit-I druggist i* authorized to refund PRINTING-Quality Printing at 24-Ho.r Amb.U.e. S.rrie* Free Delivery I arriving daily. Pay us.visit.

in in your money on the spot if your' Lowest Prices. The Art- Uc..... Eal.rS
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by Phone 153 Office 619 Fleming
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