The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
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 5, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00422
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-Associated Press Day Wire : > .Kt cr\ti"tfr\\ Key West, Florida, has g the
Service. I 1W
\\J t most equable weather in the
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For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14" Fahrenheit

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Many Committee Assignments In HOSPITALITY I FERA UNIT MADE NEW BLANKS FOR FUNDS NEEDEDTO Admiral Slated To Head Work

Cause Much

Congress Speculation LASTEVENING i FERAPROGRAM Drive Keeps Silence Of NavyIn

Naming Of Progressive I
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man Of Committee Big Approximately 50 men on the new and more comprehensive I
SurpriseBy OF KEY WESTA relief rolls of Monroe County have application blank for the information I 1 ON FEBRUARY 10 ROOM MOTHERS Official Claimed i To Be

been recently appointed custodians of those applying for i

INSPECTOR J. S. EARMAN TO of buildings and other property I homestead exemption, is now'I TO HEAR RADIO Choice Of RooseveltTo
regular meeting of the Key There is a possibility of nil
i being operated by the Key West available at the office of Tax Assessor -
HERBERT PLUMMER ASSIST THOSE WHO ARE West Hospitality League was held Help Spend FundsIn
(Ill AMMtrlatrd .'n'..> I Administration, and were yester- J. Otto Kirchheiner FERA activities in Key West being LECTURES HERE
night, with the session hav- I
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.-Politician OBLIGED TO FILE TAX RE- day sworn in as special police of- Frequently the assessor has brought to clot
ing been called to order by Sebastian a on February New Work Prograrn!
in blinked ficers.J. been called upon to make explanations
Washington TURNS
Cabrera, Jr. 10 unless funds
are placed at the
I Gerry Curtis, assistant as to certain requirements MANY MATTERS COME BEFORE
their eye when they learned that The following members were I
r i ing administrator in Key ] act-I specified on the obverse side of disposal of the local administration By WILLIAM S. WHITE
present: Mrs. Warren, Mrs. Pierce I SESSION CONDUCTED
Senator McNary of Oregon, republican Jos. E. Earraan, chief intangibletax I Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. I raid that the men being assigned the application blank especiallyas ) !i before, or b).. that date. YESTERDAY I WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.-Rear

leader of the senate, had this the watch-I to whit constitutes the head AT HOME OF'
to duty are same
inspector, will arrive in Key I Cash; Messrs. Porter Cabrera I Allotments for Key West and Admiral' Chrutiaa Joy People
named Nye of North Dakota men who have been on duty for a family. Of:1 MRS. JAMES SINGLETON
West and be at the county courthouse i I Pearlman.'Johnson Day Malone Spotts- the past several! weeksITaking' j This question' Is answered Monroe County, District Number keeps the rigid silence of hi*
chairman of the republican com wood. Pintado''and De }
on Thursday, February 7, Witt. the oath was'arranged'so that' the the 1 reverse sideof'' the blank.; ini}'[ 9, for the first 10 dtys'amountedte'SG,000I'itwas'learned service tradition as event suggest

mittee'on committee'' a..ianmeah. i* Mr. and Mrs Pierson! ,and Mr. \'atrhmenIWould"! be 'empowered one of the paragraphs under t} Cj ; today Room Mothers' Associations are*' I bit election for the biggest job
at 8 o'clock.Mr. and Mrs. Brown.'visitor'were' 'I''I'I head ''of instructions. I to be- treated to a series of :
introduced lec-1
It is the first time that one of ; with 'police''authority.. 1
Earman comes for the pur- to the1' league:' I The 'sl1pn>me'' court hat define.I from M. E.:Gilfond/aeting admin tures by radio. The lecture will of a long career=helping to spend
the )'
progressive republicans ever Minutes' of the''previous' meeting These guardians are'on' duty at the head ''of a family as follows; I istratonin Key'' West. form the basis for a Child Study It $4,000,000,000(ia ''the ''adminutra-
has served on this'committee.Nye pose of giving assistance to all i were read and 'after "'correei the yacht basin, Oversea- J hotel, To tontitute'the! head of a fam'Uf Course, for which credit will be

is in position'' now where he will who contemplate filling tax re- lion, were approved. The 'correction beaches'and cabanas, and 'other!' tbere'm6st'be'at least two persons j I| This -amount1 would not have given. | lion's new work'program.

have a large voice in deciding turns, and to answer any question I'i was relative to the dispositon! points where the administration' who 'Iiv' together in the' relation t I sufficed to continue activities in This was anounced at a meeting,| This naval officerho never
I Irelath.e of
what committee assignments republican II I tof! the proceeds of the President's exercises!! jurisdiction. of one family one : Key West, Mr. Gilfond said, had of Harris School Room Mothers
them must be the head of that commanded a bridge-whose wea
the intangible ,
to assess
senators will get in the Ball and was made to read:i t : the administration not been able held yesterday afternoon at the

future. ments.In I i "Thirty percent to the national I family. {I i to effect some saving from the i home of Mrs. James Singleton,I pons have been figures rather than
committee and I i : and presided Mxs. Dexter
seventy percent to ERNEST SCHMITZ over by
talk with Tax Assessor list allotment guns-is understood to be Presi
McNary dismissed the Nye appointment a J.I j I the local committee." I FERA OFFICIAL of funds received Dorgan. I

by merely saying the Otto Kirchheiner he told The Citizen The chairman of the finance ''by Key Westers beginning to engage I A letter from Mrs. Jean Scott I dent Roosevelt's choice to directone

North Dakotan was in line for it. that now that the state has committee made a report accept j: AND WIFE LEAVE I in working up some of the chairman of inside publicity, was of three phases of the ad

lie takes the place of Dave Reed remodeled its system after the j ing the funds of the league but I I I ARRIVES HERE hours voluntarily pledged. I read announcing the series of'I
stated handle --- j This voluntary work came at an |. ministration's bib work relief
he could not the |, lectures t
federal de-i beginning 2:15 o'clock
of Pennsylvania.For government, it is of j
matter of the tale of post cards' VISITORS : : opportune period. Had it not beenI : drive.
,: HAD BEEN GUESTS, Thursday afternoon. The broad j
cided advantage: to the of !
C. O. P. Harmony? owner : I started the $6.000 for the first 10
t and stamps On suggestion of the REPRESENTATIVE
OF NORTH cast will be from Station WIOD :
Political observers here, however intangibles to file these returns. I president, the chairman of this I I j j i ON BOARD YACHT : : days would have, it is believed, i Miami. I The dash and color associated

profess to see more in Nye's I It is a much better procedure J i committee will appoint some other :i i PAULA LOUISE I I CAROLINA TO SPEND SEVERAL 'been exhausted by now. i: It is intended that the mothers] with line officers have not been
selection. They regard it as: '! member of his committee for this Asked if there was any remedy Peoples' in his :>
it is shown to file a return local- j i I I DAYS meet as a group listen in on atj I,, years with the
highly significent that a, man ofNye's 'i for this condition in sight The! i.
ly with the tax assessor than to duty. i i i I I ': : least four lectures discuss '. the'1 navy. His has been the painstaking -
take I
leanings is to over a I The Geeting Committee II Citizen was told that under no
reported I '
job heretofore held by "old receive a pink slip from the intangible having met all trains and boats !1 Ernest Schmitz, representative circumstsnces could the work continue : lectures and prepare a record of j, :; job of overseeing: all the de
republicans. department of the state \ for the United States of the GuI Mrs. Thomasi0'Brien state re- : the discussions to secure the. partment's vast
guard" I and that of attending to other duties I | unless the appropiations purchases, run.
Many believe that McNary is- wanting specific information as to j I of the committee. I I man railroad! information office, lief administrator in Noah Carolina allotments are made from Wash i credit. |I: ninp, into many millions annually.and .
why the returns have not been and Mrs. Schmitz. left yesterday, with in The lectures are prepared by I
out to restore peace and harmony; There was no made from I headquarters ington by that date.
report more recently doing the
insofar as possible in the G. 0. P.i filed I the ]Housing Committee from I afternoon for New York. j jI arrived here yesterday with her The existing condition does not Dr. Crago of the University of j'

ranks of the senate. It is a sub-i The United States governments '! the Entertainment Committee.or I I The visitors had been in Key j jI son for a visit of several da>s. ,i; only apply to Key West it was Florida under the direction of i.:sage ,work for the U. S. treasury,

ject very close to him. i I cooperating with all states and, The Transportation Committee \I West several weeks as guests of F.1 Although here primarily for a said, but encompasses the entire I the state chairman of child study too.
One of his favorite expressions: making available certain federal reported having looked after the]|I Wagner on his Yacht Paula Louise.{t brief rest Mrs\ O'Brien is studying date of Florida and all other states .groups and released by Mrs. Caa- Reticent '/bout( SelfAskymavai.ofitceraiiwt

is that;'all .rp}>ubli ans look alike income tax returns.making it possible ; transportation of the delegation.and .enjoyed,.the, ._fishing ,trip.I %f f'which the rehabilitation program as welL ,* : well. state radio chairman."" I IL L the

to me." He has made attempts: f'of.th"' >Mates to make an $c-I'1 of railway agents who visited Key 'i I were very succesful.As I II now under wajl in Key West hop- i' Similar lectures, are"being man and they tell only the
I you
curate check of the intangibles I i a memento of his visit and ing to apply of it ( broadcast from stations at Jacksonville -
before to conciliate insurgent senate -; West! on January 28. The com- some ? 'I i. fiat, official facts of his career
republicans and bring back possessions of delinquent or careless | mittee on the Hospitality House I[: his success!! as an angler Mr.| to certain sections+ of North OUTDOOR FLORIDAWEEKARRANGED I Pensacola and Orlando.1.1I I Ask Peoples himself and he tell
l owners of this class of propj j 1 in order that every one in the;
Schmitz took with him large lina.
into the fold] those who desertedjto I a ;
reported that they had the mat. < southeastern state''j I I you nothing. He turns away all
Roosevelt in 1932. i crty.Mr. ter of furnishing same under': barracuda which he caught and She and he! son are guests at part of the questions, and refers questioners
Earman to Key West I I : have the ;
comes i I had mounted. the Casa Mar may opportunity of jOin.
Among this of senators,! na.TODAY'S Ito
group ( stating that the will his
way rooms i iI official navy department
under instructions of Comptroller ing such classes.
he is probably the most popular of II IIJ he ready for occupancy in the I I. _._ _ _. _ I j{ biography-which covers the subject
M. Lee to aid the citizenry I The local group has been afforded
republican leader the senate has
next few days. It was shown in 150 words-and
says any
Key West in making the proper FEBRUARY 17-23 IS PERIOD the opportunity of hearingthe
had for many years. They like that the committee 'Was not ready ; ', discussion by him. even of his own

a his dictator.attitude which is not that of f turns. re-I to set. a date for the formal opening -i(1 t WEATHER ] PROCLAIMED BY GOVERNOR tesy broadcasts of J. R. Stowers through the who cour has life riate., would" be "most inapprop

promised to install radio in the
From the far west. McNary is STEAMER MAYAN The secretary read a communication SHOLTZ '
Farris School auditorium for the His fellow officers have little
Jess liberal in his views than such I 'from Mr. DeWitt, directorof I+ Temperature'highest t ;

but men M as marked Norris and with La the FoHette,1 pioneer COMING PORT I publicity and dedication relative of to the the opening Key* ....m.................n_....._..-.71 ,I -I II Ii I I I (111HMMinled l rr...> Association, without cost to the career. This much, however,
.. .. 551 I f Abu organization. , emerges: He made a record in
spirit conservative and opposed theories to r.iany of the of east.the, j Wect Sunday; Tropical Open Air 17.Aquariumon He Mean Lowest..:.-:::::..::::::::::::::::: :_:::::::63 !]i I : : -Governor TALLAHASSEE Sholtz, Fla today, Feb. 5. This instrument is to remain in keeping. naval expenses to a mini.
February requested pro-
Stays In Background I i VESSEL WILL TAKE ON,, FUEL that the league concur in Normal Mean:?............._.,._70 j .. !:: claimed Feb. 17-23 as "Outdoor the the lectures building and during the period who of is war mum, ,and especially was decorated during the with World th
McNary has had little to say the appointment of a receptionand Rainfall'Yesterday's 1 II Florida Week" for "the study every
Ins. interested in the welfare of the navy cross. In the era of Amer-
OIL AT PORTER DOCK Precipitation .0 .
publicly about how he feels about; a hostess committee, and that 1 I \ '.} and contemplation of the story of ica's
u; child will) be welcomed Thursday greatest naval expansion!! in
Normal Precipitation .01 Ins.I evry -
all this talk of reorganizing the i the league for the financing Florida and her out-of-doors.
COMPANY'S PIER i arrange -1,, Thin rerord rosrrs :"-10..1' .. \ lJ. l to hear the lecture. history he kept watch over the
party. lie has gone quietly along, Ii i of a luncheon to be given at mill** .. u'rlork IhU .... .rl..j I .\".' ( Signing an executive proclana- Final arrangements .made purchase of everything from

his way keeping as far in the! I the close of the ceremonies. \} Tomorrow's Aluaanac '' ; '- if "' q I mation, the governor said Florida I for the entertainment were which. is to beans to millions of barrel of
background as possible. j t It felt, however that the I 'f4.4:l! "perhaps more than other
was any
Steamship Mayan is scheduled Sun rises .n_ nhm___. 7:07 a. m. 'fl i {I : be held at the next Parent-Teacher oil. lie figured out a system o., .
No doubts committees rt state in the Union has
one :, however that matter of the two .. undeveloped
to arrive in port today from New Sun sets hm.O___. 6:15: p. m. Association meeting on February, fuel specifications that sayerf{ a
he has opinions of his own on the mentioned should be left to the ......... . ,. ( Fair Warmer' possibilities! that have only to be : lot of time and: monfY1tt\! \ ; 't
York consigned to the Porter Moon>f rises ... .. :O1.a.. m. I "' ' 13. 7:30 o'clock, carrying on the;!j jFoundefs t <
subject and will be heard from at Dock company. The vessel will :, FERA. A motion 1 ',,was then made Moon, sets __'."...'_.h--, :__ !Q:4C}; p., ntTomorrow's ,! Wednesday; gentle:: to moderate, l learned' to be'f i'u1fille: :tfll'eU I.
the proper time.. He works quietly ! that the league agree to defray / yearns }h.e$!Offing IaPd ott' ,
'T life he has 'been1 } i '
take on 3JO: barrels of fuel oil Title. i1ids., NOHOI' program which will prove of '
behind the scene:*, and knows and sail for Corpus Chri ,ti. the expenses of}the; luncheon!, and I' '' northeast .'.as' it' (ioessaprom! (4 ,o f,Jbetter ceptional interest. e.x.I'f about spending go'vernhjent\ dofllars.
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about as well as any man on j' on further'motion''a, special committee A.M., Pit.High Florida: .Ft irj:tonight and Wcdrjnesday things; isja .nost 'propitiousttime i : '
Yacht Lanai owned by A. :( After these matters had b
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hill authorized all'.FJ'ondian.s It
capitol what is happening and was whose duty : ; slo commodore of the New : ( outlined. and all '>i
James Low-: _'..... .. ........ 5:24 5:45 : arrangements'concluded
w it shall be; "to' confer with the : !! in, Florida ;1:0 make :
lull York Club, sailed this morningfor I ., ,, 1'I, ,i -1 1I i : :? ,, the meeting was ad Peoples divides his timp Royr.frc
is choice of Nye apparently is 1 FERA IIdte' Committee relative! Barometer at S a. in., today: 1 I a study 9f? her'a85ets, _natural, :
I iourned.and the members tween two jobs and three title
Coconut Grove with owner Jacksonville to Florida 'Straits enjoyed
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tea) level. 30.15. scenic historical social and
evidence that there will be no discrimination to the sale of tickets and to handle ,
senate republicans { and party on board. the matter of exnenses.! Then !I| Moderate\ west windsover north economical. delicious refreshments served by He is head of the treasury department
among -
Yacht Buccaneer with Lawrence i the hostess. procurement division-
i? he has his way. n president appointed Mr. Pearlmanas Lowest HighestStation ,I portion anJ moderate northeast
II. Jones and party o Last Yesterday The next meeting will) be held which means he in the govern
chairman of this committee to Night
--- -- ---- board which arrived from Tor- winds over south portion; wt'atherCair WAR VETERANS. at the home of Mrs. Dorgan ment' No. 1 purchasing off irel
be assisted by Mr. Porter and Mr. Abilene ............ 44 70 {I on :
I tl. Sunday after the explosion tonight and Wcdner'Jay. Caroline litreet.CHINESE head of the navy's bureau of
PRINTS a. supplies -
Spottswood. | Atlanta ..... .. 24 44 I -
on the Buccaneer's tender Tortu- Boston .............. 6 32 I East Gulf: Gentle rlabl2: I ARRIVE IN CITY I and accounts and payma=tfr
gas! which resulted in loss of the winds tonight becoming moderate 'GRADS'TAXFD general of the navy.
'WOOD'SPICTURE : Buffalo ............ 14 18 i
tender left this morning for :Mi- !' TUGWELL GOES (I Charleston .__..... 36 54 ;i southwest on Wednesday over!'I TO REPAIR 't He entered the navy throtijrh

ami. ,I 'Chicago ............ 32 34 I'north portion and moderate northi competitive examination-not bv
Tanker Alabama of the Texas TO TORTUGAS Denver ..........._. 30 70 f ABOUT TWENTY ON BRIDGE CONFUCIUS' HOME way (lot the naval academy-arid

CARRIES ARTICLE ABOUT Oil company, is due in port Saturd.a Detroit .............. 24 30 II east winds over south portion I I PROJECT COME FOR became a "business man" officer.

from Port Arthur. Texas I I __ I Galveston .......... 5C 58 II I I (fly Aneiatr4 Pr..., I i From 1914 to 1221 he served' as

CAPTAIN OF ILL-FATED with a cargo of fuel oil for the I II I I Havana ___...._ .. CO WKATIICIl CONDI'I'IONS I. RECREATIONAbout NANKING, Feb. '5.-The ancient assistant chief of the bureau of

SHIP MOHAWK tanks at the Porter Dock com ,I ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF Huron ___. nO"'....' 22 52 I t i temple of the scholar Con. ; supplies and accounts and! was!

J r pany. 1!1 AGRICULTURE TO VIEW Jacksonville .. 0_' 40 58 A disturbance which is central' -- fucius, will be reconstructed at a cited for "exceptionally meritorious

Kansas City ...._. 3ft 50 I 20 war veterans arrived cost of $350,000. And present-day service in a duty of great
AeCOmpan-: :article in thejis.cue VISITORS ENJOY i I i OLD FORT JEFFERSON KEY WEST... 55 71 this morning over f.oothea.ternI :yesterday! in Key West from the Chinese scholars must bear the responsibility." Ilia job was to

of Time of 'February 4 is a: I Little Rock _.__ 36 54 Michigan has caused snow during, bridge project camp at Lower COfVt, i buy the supplies for a navy at

picture of Captain JO t'ph'Edward I I i Los Angeles ...... 58 62 I the last 24 hours throughout the )Iate umhe for a short period of ;Under a plan approved by the war* and to get them as quickly

Wood, in command of the ill fated ,I SOJOURN HERE I, A special trip by plane f\&s. Louisville .......... 28 36 Lake region and upper Ohio Vz 1-'recreation. central l kuoimntang, the rebuilding -)! and 'cheaply as possible.

Steamship :Mohawk, which sunk j i made this morning to Fort Jefier- ': Miami ._._.._.__.....40 70 ley, and heavy rains have occurredin They were to leave today to, of the dilapidated structure'' From 1921 to 1930 he served'
0 .._. 40 southern California in the Garden will be financed tax to be as general inspector of the west
after the collision off the coavt son to enable Rexford Tugwell, Minneapolis 24 connection -I join group at Key em by a
of New Jersey week before last I Dr. and Mrs William P. Phillips :[ assistant secretary of agriculture, New Orleans .... 44 58 with a disturbance off the ployed on the restoration project: :levied, on all, diplomas issued by'' toast supply corps with h"ad-

C K.: Smith agent of the Clyd e- left over the highway yester.! |, to look over the historic old structure New York ....___. 14 30 -|coast. A field of moderately high on Fort Jefferson: I Chinese schools. The assessment u.r Quarters- at San Francisco. Th'*n

Mallory Lines in Key West say day after a short and pleasant : and inspect the accomplish Pensacola ... __.. 44 58 i pressure overspreads the,south At- will 'range from 35 cents fora|the was ,placed in sparse of tho

the picture is a perfect likeness! of visit in Key West Sunday. I j Pittsburgh ......_. 26 28 Jlantic and east Gulf states caus- college degree"to two cents ,for a naval supply depot at Brooklyn

the captain and will be easily I,I Dr. Philips i is one of the seerf -I I I 1st. Louis .......... 36 42 I jing colder weather in central and If You're Fond of primary school certificate. I I!1 Met During War

recognized by the many friends o !! taries of the Baptist Sunday: 'i j Accompanying Mr. Tugw:ell I Salt Lake City. 28 46 southern Florida and light to GOOD RELIABLE Voluntary contributions also; President Roosevelt, as ,assistant .

Captain Wood, made when he wa !j School Hoard with headquarters ati I was Julius F. Stone. Jr.. Florida San Francisco ..52 58 heavy 'frosts throughout, the pen BEER- I will be solicited, and the national l secretary of the navy, became

in command of the Steamer HenryU I i I Na!!hville. Emergency .Relief Administratorand Seattle ._-_---.. 40 48 maulsMuch: colder weather halo a 3 government is expected,to contribute : well acquainted with the Iowa-

:Mallory when Key West was a He !spoke to the congregation' Robert Dill administrator of Tampa ..____.-0 40 58 overspread the North Atlantic then try. : about 70000. j born admiral during the war. The
port of entry for the ship. 'j of the First Baptist Church hereSunday the Tampa District who is visiting Washington ._ 24 34 States with temperatures near I The temple of Confucius and extent of his admiration, is gauged

Captain Wood has been decorated II I evening. ( in Key West for a few days. .Williston _?_ ... 12 36 zero in New England; while from PETER DOELGER the residences of his lineal descendants by the fact that the work relief

with the Congressional Medal I Both the doctor( and airs Phillips I- Others on the plane were Thomas the lower Lake region and Mississippi take up a third of the willed -]: post outlined for Peoples-that

for bravery. Hi grandfather and fell in love with Key West Stribling Earl Bressman,! WEATHER' FORECAST Valley westward readings, Known to Four city of Chnfu. of recommending suitable project

great-grandfather:: according to and plan a return for a week i in (James Bridges Thomas Hunt, are generally above normal.C. I GenerationsBetter | The buildings have not been re.1 to the President going to be

maritime records both went down\the city, in the near future, it is'i: Robert Kreuger. James Cannonand I (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) S. KENNKDY. I '' Every Day I paired since the reign of Emperor one of the biggest things in the

with their ships. stated. I J Clem C. Price. Key West and Vicinity: Fair Official chars.I I t : Yang ,Cheng', 200 years ago administration.

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.. ., :'Qhr i'fG 533r&: -ij!'. - OUR GREAT DANGERThe Where a Soak-the-Tourist f Course Would Lead ......................*. Opera House, born in Italy 66 t.. .

Today's Birthdays years ago. ,?
ubIUhe4 Dally Except Sunday pyT1IU the
CITIZEN I'LULISIIING CO, J>C. greatest danger country is ..,..................... -.--
facing today is the chance of adverse Dr. l of
I- P. AIITMA.V. Pr* Meat.From an -- Bayard Dodge, president .
Sheldon Whitehouse of New
The Citizen BuildingCorner decision by the United States Supremecourt I the American University at Beirut! |
York Minister to Colombia, born
Greene and Ann Street f
II Syria, born in New York City: 47
on the matter of the setting aside of
J in New York, 52 years ago. |years ago. if
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe gold payments. While the public gen- i
County. t -
erally seems to expect a favorable decision J Ewin L. Davis of Tenn., Fed- !
Entered at Key West, Florida, aa second class matter eral Trade Commissioner, born in :i Michael Williams of SVestpoitt.
upholding the power of the government to Conn., author, born at Halifax-N.
KIFTMXTII l RUt Bedford Co., Tenn., 59 years ago. j
act as it has acted, there is a chance that I vJRTER .; S., 58 years ago. 1.
BIenter .f the A.. claled Pre.r -
the court hand down adverse deci- S SH Governor John C.
She Associated Preys Is txclusUely entitled to use may an j I f f B. Ehring-i
Maxine Elliott of
,r republication of all news dispatches credited to sion. fAx . ,', haul: of North Carolina born atI 1 England at-
otherwise credited In this and tress! born at Rockland !\Iaint
it or not paper ale ;
Elizabeth City, N, C., 53
the local news published herLavnscHll'Tlo There is no question that the Supreme : I fi'2: years ago. t t.
:> RATES : ______ I II
One Year __...._..._..._._..._...___ 110.00 Court as a rule upholds the government, 3'u :
Hx Months _._.......__.__. __ __ _ : 1i.0' [. Giulio Gatti-Casazza. retiring 1 Sir Arthur Keith, famed British
Three Months _..........._.--...-.._---'-......_.._.__" "__'_'_ %.5' but the Chief Justice is not the type of ;r :; I director of the Metropolitan)'scientist, born 69 years ago. *k
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One Month *>
Weekly ...-..:==::::::=:::::: ::======-==-_-=_ .21 I man who will compromise with his con- ti. 1
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science. However we may differ with '. J
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Made known on application. Chief Justice Hughes in a L 1 ", ,
I'ECIAI.UTICE: many of his per I ....eeeeo..ee..e...e.e..eeeeeee.eeee.eee.ee..e.t
All reading< notices cards of thanks resolutions atreepeet sonal ideas: we are firm in the opinion I
obituary notices, etc., will be charged for at
:Le rate of :0 cents a line. that he regards the letter of the law a.s /
Kotic' for entertainment by cuurcnen from which 'r 1-1E
t revenue !. to be derived are 5 cents a line paramount. He has made many decisions FOR SALE
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus adverse to his i
own political party and to .
twj of public Issues and subjects of local or general i'
.jt rut'/n.. but It will not publish anonymous communl.ill the interests of his personal associates .

-- -- ----- when he thought the letter of the law demanded 1 ___

such decisions. l --
Thus there is always the possibilityof w

an adverse decision, even though it
WILL always seek the truth and print it may *
mean a setback for the country. But even ,
without fear and without favor; never be s
in this event the Congress has the to
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; power

always fight for progress; never be the or- remedy any adverse conditions that may be ; 91d7; ei I
But the temporary effect of an '
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, '
adverse decision will mean a lot of trouble. e
faction or class; always. do,its utmost for the '> M I
We must hope for the best. .. '- I 1 II

I public) !I wdfare.p'ever" ";.. t tolerate corruption or H ., ..1 i /2' ,t A s 11 It li"INI-filly--=J'S I' II
g19t -
Injustice: ;' derupnce: v\ce\ and praise virtue; '. Lj1 'ii 4 t I
commend good done by individual, or organ-
-q,,, , I .
ization tolerant of others views and
; rights, Dd
The] average cost of 'government- ,in 1 " .:. , on. I
opinions; print only news that will elevate ,
normal times, the total amount of all
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise -
taxes', will average about 3 per cent on the ->rrem the Mim Daily New
with principle.!! I tAi 1t 1 1lf81a
sessed: value of property. As the as- I -- .. -- '

sessed valuation as a rule averages about auditorium a large audience ..................,.....

Destructive criticism is comparativelyeasy two-thirds of the actual value of property I KEY WEST IN greeted the Seventh the appearance grade in of the pupilsof pro- Today In History I

; any fool can make objections.We the average governmental cost is about 2 duction of The Shepherd of Lour- ............'.....0..... w- [ r'f}
rrY My
per cent on the total real estate value. de' or The Blind Princess.! The I 1840-CunanJ Line's first .P .., lt

have noticed that creditors have This percentage has represented the whole Happening Here Just 10 Years overture was played by the talented -i': steamer, the Britannic Jaynched.I .I' c 1
From pianist Miss Elizabeth Diaz.
Ago Today A* Taken
much better memories than debtors. cost of such things schools, water sup- The File Of The Citizen The drama was highly interestingand I -

ply, sewers, lighting, police and fire pro the audience was Joud in i 1862-Ja&ae D. Bright, U. S. I
I Senator from Indiana expelled
Being denounced is only a trifle less tection, garbage collection, ptreet clean- Tonight will be the biggest praise of the performers.With I from Senate for disloyalty.

offensive than hearing a rival praised.You'd ing and all the other things that are the night in the history of Key West. Key West booming alongat Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-
care of municipal governments.All The county commissioners will a great rate and with scores of 1917-SenaU passed Immigration head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof

be surprised how these things will be found to meet to them receive a petition requesting strangers daily expressing their BilJ containing- mucb-discms- the sea and overlooking Coral Park
tn call electionfor
many men an ed literacy test over president'sveto.
admiration of the city as an ideal .
favor an autocracy if they can be among average about 2 per cent of the actual real the purpose of voting on a winter resort, The Citizen suggests For price and terms apply) to
estate valuation of the various communities. bond i issue of $2,500,000 for the I
the autocrats. it is time now for the owners L P. ARTMAN, >* .
construction '
The additional tax burden that is of a boulevard along !! of stock in La Concha Hotelto 1929-U. S. Senate paved j
the greater part of the shore ascertain definitely when construction : $374,000,006 cruisers<< and airplan -'I The Citizen Office :
laid by a direct sales tax of 2 per cent can front of Key West and to com- '
Human nature is not so bad; almost will begin Key Westers *. carrier gill, .
be realized when figures such these plete the road V the mainland. I I or
wish as are are patient people, and are willingto 1 1I
will if
everybody you success it costs There is doubt but that the I
presented. The direct sales tax of 2 per np wait A reasonable tim f but the lO3p- Preiidant rot Mexico i:: Residence 1309 Whitehead. Street'"
them nothing. of the will
cent means a doubling of the tax cost for carry time now is at hand when thy shot on inauguration day.
: the
election to a successful issue j
know when work is
-- want to just
the average citizen.A In their efforts to keep the ball going to start All of the beads I I
Business in Key West would be much of it is the inten' 1&24-TkniaicU"' of pre-repal ,
3 per cent direct tax rate means in- tion progress the rolling for the hotel were sold m call
of commissioners to
better if everybody, including the mer- then has the work sot I
ago. Why, I 1
dockets Federal Courts.
creasing the taxes by one and one half the election for next mont The ptarted? of "II PI'1"1 II"II.
chants, would adopt a trade-at-home
_ _ 1 1cY..h'.d.d
election will be 1 Itle more than a J

policy. times estate the tax of original$10.00 cost.means A a tax normal of $25.00.real sanctioning everybody approached of the proposition has signi-as.t Editorial Comment: Key West ;, . . . ," .;.;..;:, ': : ;:...;.... ,.1 I

intends to enjoy itself for the
And matter how fied the intention to vote for the I
no one figures thereis
An interesting book, a solacin pipe issue. next few months, Fjrst en the list
no way of saving a $10 real estate tax of entertainments is the "Follies,"

fore and a a good healthy conscience yielding are into soporifics the arms be-of t through the payment of an additional While the -great majority of ti,i,and then after comes that the the Shriner's firemen expect Circus i REDUCED PRICES ON SCREEN WIRE

Morpheus. $15.00-even if all the real estate tax is property holders in Key West are to have a carnival.

saved. The direct sales tax is a great adhering to the prices they have

fallacy. asked for their holdings there are Lovers of football are loekirf GALVANIZED BRONZE
Scurrilous abuse, whether written or others who have jumped up th? forward to the game to b, playedon
oral works like a boomerang to the discomfiture price and thereby have discouraged -I the grounds at the Army Barracks 24" Wide, Per Yard 21 c 24" Wide, Per Yard 40c !

AN 18,000 MILE AIR RACE prospective purchasers. It is ]p. tomorrow afternoon by a 26" Wide, Per Yard 23c 26" Wide, Per Yard 43c

of the assaulter. A knock con- mighty good thing for the success I team from the High School and 28" Wide, Per Yard 24c 28" Wide, Per Yard 46e
tinues to be a boost, particularly when ut- of Key West that the number of one from the naval hospital. Both
tered by a known villifier. Frorpjncnt Americans are trying to those who are jacking up prices l teams have been practicing and 30" Wide, Per Yard .. 26c 30' Wide, Per Yard .. 49c

x arrange an 18,000 mile aerial derby for are few it is said, for their actions are in fine fettle for the meeting '32" Wide, Per Yard 28c 36" Wide, Per Yard 59e

next fall, which will take fliers from if they had their way wtuild 34" Wide, Per Yard 29c 42" Wide, Per Yard 70c
Dr. Osler wanted to chloroform 'em nip the boom in the. bud. f Harry N. S. Jones senior tnur. -
I at Washington to the Panama canal, thejice '3t(. : >. jj .:J. .i'lThree I ( ai 36" ,Wide, Pr Yard . 30c 48" Wide, Per Yard 80c
deQflit .J\t.1
CQ. Dr. Townsend pension 'em pout.heffJ} I r
} wants E Jo along the west coast of South America \1' conf U is x t H
3t.i60With' > berries 3 small hetiues.!'/situated r = u . .:...
200 a rrfonth. A'wide : I I'Ye'i West. Florida has been selected
crossing the Ajuitft&tBuefcUU; { fres and OIt.rKtjl.O.hH9.we( : ate: '
0> divergence between tw6 disciples of Es- return the east coasto f trurlower\ ,; frafticall destroy, .d b JI\e.1 total*lthepositlon!''of President Off i ittl4 tiEs-BASKETS: With cover HIGH GRADE ELECTRIC,. TABI&, .
up c*>rv .
Neither} his a.iQlut kthli tno>iM I.Lo.l8 'f.I to IJ d. Club, ceJ1t11ot"gaD" ? w STOVES. .
culapiu will get wish. ; ; tl r fj ViW Mity In every home. Very Guaranteed. Fitted '
tinent to Mexico the Pacific izeS'at *
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coast and. the bvildinpfl.J estimated at, $. the tollega.' t' t? if i "> [
| *<<' ;:
( neat, tnqimed in red and green. with nichrome element! embedded
back to the national capital.: - I 000. A second alarm was soun 1 """ .
< Subscribe to The Citizen, S madu" .... .. in l-leat'
Senator Ldng i is about to capitalize on Prizes totaling around 150',000ftMs: elf 5'Neldrk'eatling'the'; apparat f t. $1.00 porcelain brick. With: -

his eccentricities. lie has signed a con- hoped, will be available for the contest- to 318 and 320 Catherine houses street were BENJAMIN LOPEZ I Medium- --... ...--......- - 1.25 switch. Ie

tract calling for a short daily article every ants and the flight is expected to better I where destro 'ed.two The two loss story\ here was $5- ''I I FUNERAL HOME 'S Large. :. .. . ...... ..-..... 1.60 Each .. . $2.60

week. We suggest the title "Capital trade and diplomatic relations with all I 000. There was no insurance carried ', E.t.LliaL..1 49 Y..!eKey -

Stuff (meaning money). The "interest"il countries to be visited. 1 on any of the buildings burn I West's OJ.,t
ed., I' I !4-Hour ABD.U. S.-.I.
\ be supplied by his dupes. That such a flight is being talked of Llceased EnbalmcrPfca "Genuine Masonite Tempered Predswood"

indicates the great strides made by aviation La t evening at the Convent |I: .* 1311 NIght Mill-W 11

There h a saying in Key West often Many recall the of .. -- ------ I '

heard, which is applicable as well as appropriate the Wrights': great achievement the first CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF FLOORS. WILL STAND THE WEAR AND IS

"You scratch my back and I'll long-distance 20-mile events and such infantile THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ... VERY ATTRACTIVE

scratch yours," which is remindful of a beginnings. OF KEY WEST -J

familiar proverb "One good turne asketh ..f at the clot of business December 31Comptroller' 1934, 1-8" Thickness in sheets of 4'xl2', per I
/ : 9
another." VISIT KEY WEST SCHOOLSThe Call square .._......----. .._ ....... .... ...._ -.._.__.__ c
and Investments _, $ 805,839.43 3-16" Thieknesg!, in sheets of 4'xl2', per
Personally we would rather see citizens of Key West should takeit Overdrafts .. .______ "11.61Ban1..ins , lie
Furniture t square feet..............-..-....................-.. .......-.....-...- !Ii
Father Coughlin off'than on the air. Whilehe upon themselves to show their interest : House ; :
and Fixtures 33,032.33Bonds
has his constitutional rights as an in the local schools by visiting them. We of States and Pos SHEETS WILL- BE ,CUT IN EVEN FEET FROM LENGTH ONLY

American citizen a man 'of his cloth feel sure that teachers and: school officials .. sessions of the United a
States ._ 129,870,4; ..... -- .
hould not abuse his privileges. Our will be glad l to see the parents of the Other Bonds and Securities 74,2040)3) *

memory of memorable Fat Kef McGlynn of pupils and there will be a better understanding Stock' of Bank the Federal....?_-.,--Reserve _.:- 0,000,00 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PAINTING YOUR HOME BE SURE YOU

some 40 years ago j is not yet obliterated. all around. Temporary Federal Deposit .* USE "ZILO"

Few grown people take enough in- Insurance fund 1,964.01.

The pleasures of melancholy have teret in the work of the schools. There is United ment States Obligations'Govtrn-direct I CALL US FOR INFORMATION

been the theme of more than one poet. In no more important activity in this com- anteed$832,744.73 and fully guar

these times this so-called pleasure may bs munity. The teachers who train our chil- Cash and due from Banka, 495,168.97LIABILITIES 1,327,913.70 OJ

cultivated to a most satisfying degree both dren are wielding great influence upon the _. "$1.188.135l1' I South Florida Contracting & Engineering- Co.

bv poets and ordinary mortals, but we pre- future of Key West. Luckily, most of '

fer a well-known brand of cigarettes. i them are extremely conscientious in their Capital $ 100OOOIQSurplus fbee 596 White and Eliza Streets

Others may indulge in "this feeling of 1 work, but that does not mean they would Circulation and Undivided Profits/r ,....... lOO.OOt.6t'55,007.4 1"Your home is worthy of the
marine and longing, which is not akin topain" I not be glad to see that the nature of their Deposits .... 'r 1.33,j8.37' beat"J

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to their hearts' content. is -
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I T W _' ." I Anniversaries Today's Classified;;i Column I

A RAPID-FIRE ROMANCE SYLVAN EYANS, r ......................................e....ee.e.t
SPORTS ...1..e..eee......e.e..e -
SYNOPSIS: Brother Paeerat Perhaps it Is true. Perhaps It Is tbe FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES MISCELLANEOUS
Mat com to the ramp of Mateo 1725-James Otis, famed Bos-
Kubrlt, the bandit. Mateo is not the will of God. after all. It is true! I I - I
v.n throe echo can afford to 'Oil' dad ride together shall pre-Revolution days born at West married women. $15 weeklyand CASH PAID for used furniture.
Brother Paicual it not th.ordilUJr'JIInar. ; we work together I 1013 Southard street.
for hf hot tome to pet J/fl ; and what will walls of stone Bannstable, Mass. Killed by a your-own dresses FREE
tea'r aid of in Our recovering Lady stolen the tmeroldcroic by the be. what will soldiers be, when we \ stroke of lightning, May 23, 1783. representing nationally known jan 17.1 moz

Governorrocs the church ittelf.JJntco two are side by side" Fashion Frocks. No canvassing
*ay. atone ht can do ttoth : I BICYCLESWE
,. "But he is a gringo-and ah. tbe William :No investment Send dress size.
in but that it "El Keed" were 1785-(150( years ago)
vttk him it might be poiiibli to pity of It!" said the friar. ZARATE-PELICAN DIAMONDBALL :BUSY BEES DOWN T. Barry Kentucky lawyer, congressman Fashion Frocks. Dept. S-5447
rrcorcr the crovm. RENT by the Hour Day or
"Ay. groaned Rubri!:. "the pity jurist and Postmaster-. Cincinnati, Ohio. b5-ltx
of It! But only his skin la Americanand f General born at Lunenburg \'a.t' Week. Repair all makes and
Chapter Four his heart is pure Mexican!" :: BOUT LAST NIGHT II GAME TONIGHTThere ADAMS'PLAYERS Died August, 30, 1835. WANTED paint them with Nu-Enamel. We
I full supply of
"EL KEED tarry a parts.

TX the corral the blood-bay mare I WAS HOT TUSSLE WANTED TO RENT-An out.: Agent for the Roll fast Bicyclesand
"All. Mateo. is this 'El Keed' the will be a game of dia- I 1788-Robert Peel. English
only man This gringo you was being drawn to the snubbing- ; mondball played tonight at Bay- DIAMONDBALL GAME LAST statesman, founder of London'si I board motor boat by the week,i week.sell them as low as Music$1.00per

hate!" posL And that great rider of out I view Park between the Lopez EVENING RESULTS IN j i modern police system, born. Died rate and kind. Advise Box L,! J. L. Stowers
"Ay. this man I hate is the only law horses. Tombstone Joe was }i team and the Adams Dairymen.This SCORE OF 13.1 July 2, 18501801khan. I' care of Citizen. feb4-3tx I
one. But I also love Dim and he pulling the ropes. The cowpunchers, DURING FIFTH ROUND is the postponed game that I 1

loves me. Hal. Pascual! Think that sat like crows on the fence posts, I WAUGH AND FERNANDEZ was rained out at the beginningof I L. Runeberg. national WANTED chance to bid 'on I '.
eight feet from the ground. The Busy Bees defeated the
I had him under the muzzle of my FAILED TO PUT ON BOUT the series. I poet of Finland, born. Died your next printing order. The
The Montana Kid the Adams ten last in
was among Dairy ngiht a I
CUB. That his life was like this in Artman Press. ?
:May 6, 1877. aug
crows. From the veranda of tbe I I 1 cheered with admiration the diamondball game played at Bay i
my hand to crush. And there lay
ranch house he looked like any of (By OSCAR PITA) courageous battle the pair put view Park. "
Tonio the traitor-Pascual, keep the others except that his shoulderswere Bobby Waugh, the big mouth I up. I 1806-Robert 14. Bird, forgotten LOST :
me from speaking about it. The final score was 13 to 1.
a little wider and the big game cock from down south beach They started on the works rightat '! but noted in his day as novelist -- --
"But I let them both go free because double cord of back muscle could be way, backed out of his boxing ,, the first bell and Pelican sent The Busy Bees and Adams scored playwright, editor and phyfijcian i LOST-Cold Wrist Watch, with PAPER
Tonlo loves me, even while in the ninth inning but this frame I gold bracelet attached. Initialsin
distinguished even at that distance contest which was scheduled for I'Zarate down to his knees with born at New Castle, Del.
he U wearing another name and and through the shirt. last night at the high school gym \: surprising l left hook to the chin.a did not count because the Busy!!. Died in Phila., Jan. 23, 1854. I II | back of watch. Reward. Casa J I
speaking another speech. And Mon. Ruth Lavery stood by one of the I Bees did not give the Adams ten .- Marina feb2-3tx
alter he had
signed an agreementto I 75cPackage
Joe in instant without 'I I
tana 1 saw was the second In was up an their game' Ole
man porch pillars. last!; out. Therefore the 1810- Bull world-famous I
meet Fernandez in six-round
the world. Rubriz. then El Keed. "We ought to go down., she said. I event. a < taking a count and the fish gobbler went back to the eighth inning. :i Norwegian violinist born. Died j LOST-Special Police Badge.
There is third."I J j wobbled under a heavy barrage -
"There's no use having too much The best hitters of the Aug. 17, 1880. Finder return to Police Department -
could not kill him. I left the audien ." said Richard Lavery. 1 Waugh, like Fernandez, had ; of blows from the raging I i Higgs, with home game and j I j City Hall, and receive of 500 Sheet
house. I took his band. We spoke "That would make Montana wantto come to an agreement with the i Zarate. Pelican was forcing the ; two singles in four a times run 11.' 1837-Dwight L. Moody, famI -' reward. b4-2t

quietly. We were friends. For a little ride tho mare himself. promoter to fight for a certain I fight in a crouching position RS up; 'I ed revivalist preacher of both] ---- --- GOOD QUALITY BOND
I Acevedo with double and two j
while as I went away, my heart was "lie's promised not to," answered amount as a flat guarantee and ; Zarate jabbed with a long left at a sides of the Atlantic born atl; LOST-Small crocheted hand bag,
so full with my friend that I could the girL But fear changed the blue I an added amount as a percentage: distance. The.bell found the pairin II IIa tingles in four tries. I Northfield. Mass. Died there. containing fountain pen with PAPER

forget how I had lost Tonlo through of her eyes as she spoke. : l basis if the house exceeded an cs- I an exchange of blow t In the field]-E. Albury/ Ace- Dec. 22, 1899. name Virginia McClanahan.

him." "Promises-well, promises are 1 1t I timated amount given by the spun-'. Zarate came out i in,: the second 1,vedo 1 and! P. Castro played tell, "I) Finder please return to 313

I son of the program. As on other canto and met Pelican 'jn the'cen , Score by innings: 1 I jR.l Castro 2, Nodine 2, Gates, Ace-,t William street upstairs. THEARTMAN -

cccasions. Promoter Nebo had to ter of the ring :>5th'short"rights' H.' H. ;!' vedo, Higgs. Gopher; hits: off feb5-lt

buck up against;:: diamondl>all. and 'eftj ,t'o Jhel l I head: ,,-''Pelican Bees uu 0010 001 20-13 .'10 2':' Ward 8 !in $ j innings; )struck out: i i, I I PRESS

which is i realk I -a tough competitor, swayed a bit and socked Joe witha Adams 010 000 00- I'I l' by Gates fit by Ward 2, by Tines j FOR SALE

amUtWilXoujfefailed\! } to live up haru'i.rigKt: ) l swing to the face Batteries: W. Gates arid M.l 11; bases on ball: off Gate 4. off II i Citizen Bide.PHONE .

to all expectations of a sell out. thatJnmlerZarat: blink and get on Acevedo; Ward, Tynes ana Gaivj. :I'Ward. of Tynes 2; double plays: j i II FOR SALE-Three quarter bed

Although the FERA is doing all the retreat. They were sparring ,.cia. I | Acevedo to Lucilo to Carbonell, j two mattresses, desk, refrigerator -I

possible help ports events in for an opening at the bell. [I Summary: Home run: Higgs; M. Lopez to Nodine; time of;! candy machine bedroom 51

,f Key West it seems as though they The third fourth and fifth { two base hits: Albury, Acevedo, !I' game: 1:30; umpires: Lopez and} suite. Apply 1020 Southard I '

have stricken boxing from their rounds found both boys fightingon II Carbonell Howard; stolen bases:]i Gonzalez. :street. feb2-2t

list. even terms. Both scored telling - --
j The scrapping fisherman, taking ,: and damaging blows. But when I ; rIII.lI''II''III.lP'.I.1.1I.1.1dl.lI.l.lI.l'

a peep from the dressing room the'Sixth and last!; round rolled 1.II.1I''I ''

and eyeing the small crowd in the around. Zarate tore out at Pelican j

arena, decided he would not fight:; with a set determination to win
I I'
unless he was offered a larger and-tallied with lefts and rightsto

4 sum than that he had signed for. the Pelican's head and body.

Waugh went into Fernandez's Zarate's onslaught in this stanza

l1f dressing room and asked his opponent gave him the edge on the fight RELIABLE FIRMS

to hold out but Cuso is which was pretty even up to the

not the type and replied that he i I sixth round

had given his word to fight for : In, a paperweight preliminary

the sum offered and would not go Young Hernandez, a true fighting
back on his word. !I: little, cock, scored a knockout vic- Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction &

Waugh went wild with fury as : tory, over little ClydeFabal, /ho

his seconds' told him that Fernandez : was:: game to the core. Clyde tried
to was insinuating and made a his best to stick to the end but 'e.ess..ee...e.ee..................e...................e.e.seeCe.e................eesee..e....
t GLt pass at the former truck driven i Hernandez proved too much for PLANTS FLOWERS : DELICIOUS HEADQUARTERS FOR s
who ducked the swing and shoved the' game little Conch. SWEET CLOVER

41 Bobby aside and asked him to;' Pete Nebo the nationally i I s VINES I, CAKES and PASTRIESCoeoanut MARINE CURIOS ,

come outside if he wanted to known lightweight battler clown CONDENSED MILK
The blood-bay mare was being drawn to the post. I SOUVENIRS
fight bare fist. They both made I led I around for four rounds with i
): Plants, each lie ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
Brother Tascual knew very well sun only words to fontana said intentions of going out but Pro ]: his brother, John, in a four-round *
that famous tale of how the Mon her father. moter Nebo held them back and j"'exhibition that was packed with tI..: Hibiscus Plants, each 10c.25c I t Fishing Tackle Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

tana Kid, by means of a tattooed: "Don't say that: she protested. begged them to settle their arguments -I action. It was a comic contest and Bougainvillea, Red or Pur- : and Films .
birthmark. bad<) insinuated blu) *lf "Well, I won't say it, then," answered in the ring but the fisher : the fans had a good laugh all I i pIe SOc to $JDQ Same quality and weight as

into the Lavery household in the tall Richard Lavery. But he man would not listen. He demanded i during the milling. k Poinsettia Plants, 60e to |'.00 ; Diamonds Watches and : milk.other higher priced condensed

place of the son whom Rubriz. to kept his thought in the grim lines more money. The crowd Young Figueredo back from Jewelry
Crotons each 2Sc :
repay the hip-stroke, had stolen of his face."YOU'V6 booed Bobby Waugh as he climbed the CCC camp issued a challengeto Watch _
twenty years before; but then some never loved him!" said into the ring to say the reason''' meet Willie Jackson in three ..: Turks Cap, each ..............-2Se : JewelryDISTRIBUTED. BY ...,
stroke of conscience had driven the the girl nervously. While : weeks' time. Jackson not thereto Roses, dozen $1.0 RepairingFRANK : .
why he was not fighting. was Our Ready-to-Serre Cake TRUJILLO BROTHERS
.Kid south Into Mexico to find the "Ilonoi and respect him I can. .,
on the other hand Fernandez was : accept but a close friend said and Patrie are always fresh!
reel )Jielr. whom ho had seen thEroIn said Lavery. curtly-"He's more man : WHOLESALE GROCERY
hand. that Willie will fight if anyone
given a big | South Florida Nnriery J
his wanderings.He ; than anyone I know. I hundred a..: Maloney Peacock .
Pelican-Joe Zarate will him a
The Kid guarantee
knew how Montana had fought At this she sighed, quickly as one the crowd go dollars. Phone S97 Catherine St. PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bldg. : Division; and Thomas SlreeU \
to take young "Too to- away and In whom a great emotion Is constantly saved the show as I t I .

how Rubriz who had raised the boy pent. And she broke out -- - --- ---- -- -, ----- ......o....ee.e.......e.S..Ce..e.ee...e.......e .................................0..............
to love him and hate the "gringos." suddenly "You think he's only a SELECT SEA FOODS : :
had resisted desperately and then PLUMBING HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
pursued the pair north towards the tramp.don't think he's only a tramp I Jewf ith, 2 tbi 35e i INSURANCEi: SYellowt.n

Rio Grande. Now Tonio was restoredto said Richard Lavery.He *
The Never Steak, 2 11.1. 3Sc :
bU blood and his family: he had :looked down at a black band = 1 -Tiring i 1
ben sent off to (Europe to put some around the arm of his coat. Ills wife : i GUARDIAN Yellowtail en Bone 2 Ibs. 2S : Office: 319 Dural Street : I
distance between him and his terrible had died two months before. 'I q- ,II" Grouper, 2 Ib*. 2S DURO PUMPS : i

foster father Rubriz; and tho "You think he's a tramp-and = I Ii S Snapper, 2 Ib'. -- ,. 25c *, PLUMBING E i
Montana Kid-El Heed: In Mexico- something more," said the girl, = of your % Mutton: Fi.V. :2 1M 25eIk SUPPLIES TELEPHONE NO. 1 >
remained on the Lavery ranch aboutto speaking quietly mostly to herself. \
j iIi2At il ?
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marry the daughter of tbe family I "You sent Dick away to Europe-to V Large, Select Oytter : PHONE 348J0HNC.PARK .

get him away from Montana-to get I FRESH; SHRIMP 'IKingfUh : -THE- : Try Your Meala At
UBRIZ blew his with him from temptation. You've '
1/ f R nose a away : flEICEMAN *
*-Tfe"at snoring sound. never trusted Montana. , Mackerel J. ; Delmonico Restaurant
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1 ". "Xow that your mother Is gone. )4'11 n :Ii .i,. PORTERALIENCOMPANY
i $qw I am better.. he said. I
,J "Ttds1Montalta-who: stole Tonio" said Lavery. very gently"do you Wh vwyapp glcshksy, J lock
r twgaqtbe, frlaf, I think that he'll be with us long?" "everyday, of tbp,.year:
S LOWE COMPANY: Six C*.r Dinner, ...--
She lifted her head a little. She ,healthF
"Be silent,! shouted Rubriz. with ,4with a load of pure :
.. V "*PHONE 151 > ............ hoc aad .
bntn the
j the fica of a madman. I scanned, as if to find the answer if ; "" protection?' - -; :1 I, : 328 SIMONTON .ST. ; ,

-If he were nita you. might you I IiJ there the long lines of the valley 1 i'' i1C'E'* t"of Courie I S '....................... ..................... ................................................
not steal back the emeralds even i and the high plateaus and the green OUR> MAN, ,

from, Fort Duraya and General Es pasture; lands for miles and miles m Our Reputation i* Wrapped : AARON McCONNELL : :
trada! And If you went to El! Keed, which all belonged to the Lavery He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Attention Housewives! WI
In package 53. ,rI... S.
might he not remember how you i estate. whirrs. lIe always saves you dollars and cents. very .DI : To see the PRETTY GIFTS J
once him? he ride "We'll be married Sunday: she b.
spared Might not
with you In spite of the danger" said, briefly. Of < :: > : and NOVELTIES at I We are now offering 3

"He Is to marry the sister of' "lie's put It off before said the CALL NO. 8 : THOMPSON'S FREE grades of
rancher and there was no mercyin
Tonio. How can I make him leave
till W.eeh e
ben" his hard voice. "He'll put it off PRINTINGDONE i MARINE MUSEUM I

"Mateo, It Is not for us to doubt. again." FOR PURE ICE D0et01 AMERICAN COFFEE
Let us go north towards the land of Otto won't! This is the last time! BY US 324 Margaret Street J

the gringos Let us cross the river. He knows it." Then she added, la a ..: :Things that your friends will at r

When we hare come to the place. half-weary, half-sad outburst. -THE- ., WATCHMAKER JEWELEh :appreciate. Come fa and IMe - I
God will surely show the "Doesn't he care about me?" them
us proper S
lie ".\ he cares about And he AND 2Sc 20c and 15c lb-
way will| bring even Montana you. I
ARTMAN PRESS 1 See Him For Your Next Your next Lobster Crab Din- :
Work .
Into our band:*." cares about other things, too. Horses \ \ \ \ : :ner will be much more delicious
Rllbrl and guns-and his freedom"Cop '
% at this had stopped his ALL PRICES REDUCED
I I : if it IS baked and served in our I STAR COFFEE MILLS
Pacing. His heart began to lift ( ',right. ",t$. Harper! Brothtrt) I Citizen Bid .
higher and higher Tomorrow, Montana take a Made of All Metal-Equipped With I :i H...rss 9 to 12-1 to 0I : Giant.Scallop or Heart SeaShells : 512 Greene St. Phone 256

"Pascual. he said, "who can tell? hand in the soort.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. I .s I PHONE 51 :I Opts Saturday Night :

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BRING BOAT CRASH Today's Horoscope They're Economical! 100 Per Cent PRITCHARDFUNERAL I SERVE THE POPULAR

1..1 Refrigeration Satisfaction PLAZA RESTAURANT : MOUNTED : : DESSERT
an,. A.*........ Pn... This day indicates a fanciful .., HOME S
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STOCKHOLM. Feb. 5.- and sensitive disposition, given to .' ,Priced at If 70 are accutoan te CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST : Royal Palm Ice CreamS
thinking and talking on supernormal -
Two small passenger I.oata. There is somewhat dining at home yon will Ii.i d : : DifnlfUd,' Sy *.lavetlConrte And Novelties
affairs.; a i iI I
plyirg the came course for 40 inharmonious tendency but with THE PLAZA a neel aad en- e : .
t i and y
I $35 BARBECUES of all kind
in the twitt and $30
year turn usefulness i .
of the Stockholm archipelago an undercurrent of f joyabb>>. iperieace.. S Fine Work At a Reason- ; ;
Several preachers and writers have ) DelieioM T...... ,....ie....*
have at last col'ided.' able Price LICENSED EMBALMERAmbalance :
under these aspe'ts.The
The collision, which occur I been born EASY TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIAL BREAKFAST
I nature is simple and unostentatious I COLD BEERBOB'S
red in d.... tog, was due yet possessed of aspiration LUNCHEON PHONE 20 Service

to the "perfect" timing by and capable of great good. ieeeeee*.***< SUPPER : S : BARBECUE
the pilot on each boat. I -- -
e BOI Fleming Street LADY ATTENDANTPfcoae
to fog and I cape treacherous Walt at Newt. Street
darkness the pilot have islands. Ice Inc

learned to navigate by the When they collided both : pany, SOS D.rml Street KEY WEST, FLA. 648 N.vsr Mwp / Curb Serrke
hiofflPsoll's -
watch tailing to many minute boat were exactly halfwayto .

in this direction and omanj I' their deli atioi -both t W"IIIII"IIIIIIIIIIII..I..IIIIIIlllllllllj

aecond* i in that, to e!- timed to the Try $eco.d.a . \

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.IIS..SSSSS..I..SS.S.SSSISISI..S.S........... oeeoeeooeooeeeeeeeeeeeooVISITOR

IN KEY WESTeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee CHURCH SERVICE


I I Don't Forget Snapshots at Night

Nina jde Lisa Leslie, Editress

7:30 o'clock this evening at 11
'PHONE 752-J ,- '"
the Street Methodist
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I Church, Commissioner Bruno

Cabaret Show Gives Promise Friedrich of the Salvation Army : SUBJECTS I

I I will be heard in an address, and .. r .

Of Being_Enjoyable Affair I i' he will also conduct a'public serv- .', ,"

ice at this time.Commissioner. 1 -

Several exceedingly interestingand Joseph Lopez, assisted by a splendid Friedrich is a visi- wI.
elaborate numbers have been chorus comprising Mrs. Will ,- ,
tor of is versed in international ,
note who
added to the Cabaret Show to be' Norman, the Misses Alice Jones, 1
held at Coral Isle Casino on Fri-I Martha Carbonell, Ercilia Falcon, &l affairs, having seen I, '4t: ,1I I

day night. February 8th, beginning -! Alice Jane Lower, Florence Cru- service with the Salvation ArmyI I

at 8:30. This affair, being soe, Juanita Mayg, Camille Pierce, I I in many foreign lands. _ _ 1 I I : = --i
staged and directed by Mrs. Lillian Barbara Carey, Messrs. Frank ALvarez I An invitation is extended the \ '

Conally, of New York City.I Everett Perpall, Curtis V
; I public to be present at the church
and presented under the auspices; Stanton Isidore Rodriguez, Marco N II 'ICAMERA
of the Woman's Club of Key Mesa\ Woodrow Albury and Delio tonight to hear the discourse of

West. j Cruz, will be one of the definite this noted speaker.PERSONAL .

One of these numbers promises, highlights of the show. rj .
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to be a sensational one. It is titled j Several solo presentations are 5

"Winter Wonderland," a beauti-I looked forward to with more than '....
ful winter scene, the vocal selec-' casual interest. Mrs. "Toots" 1 r

tions to be sung by Miss Mary) Bainbridge, with her South Sea . ,\, .,:;., t.. I ......................a* at A few night.Inexpensive Diagram photoflood(right) ahow.lamps'proper are all placing you need of for lamps indoor for pictures picture

Eleanor Boyd and Warren Hill,' dance; :Miss Florence Sawyer, a (left). Diaphragm opening, f 6.3; shutter speed 1/25 of a second.
Mrs. Navarro left yesterday -
the skaters being Miss Julia Jones;, pupil of :Mrs. Winslow, with her Ray I
afternoon for Miami for a LTIIOUGII you may not be one in the finder and the camera is set, I HIGH& ABOVE TOE MURK
and. Curtis Stanton, and a chorus peasant dancej the rendition of A
consisting of the Misses Pauline: "Maybe" by Mrs. Eva Warner : l t visit with relatives. of those lovers of the great out place an ordinary floor lamp, with I

Phelan, Margaret Goshorn, Louisa with her beautiful voice. -. doors and prefer the warmth of the the shade tilted upward, at position ,
ii. W. S. Roberts who was in Key | old fireplace or furnace these cold. "A" as close to the subject as possible ;
Delaney, Eloise Guito, Vilma Al-, The committee in charge is '
evenings, there is no but out of the range of your RECENT BUSINESS
damp wintry OF DEPRESSIONS
fonso, Alberta Elwood Anita Sal-. making arrangements for a special West as the gue"st of relatives for j finder. "A" should have sock
Edith McCann Maudie1 j two days, left yesterday for his reason why you should not enjoy
gado, canvas covering to enclosethe I
ets for three photoflood lamps. Two
your camera. for It Is always ready
Lowe, Anita Berkowitz, Mary' Coral Isle Casino for the eve home in Miami.. I .' for action In or outdoors-an all- >!:ill.do if you can hare the lamp
June Crusoe and Helen Russell, ning of the Cabaret Show, and : -- weather friend within three or four feet of your sub LOOMS REAL I ESTATE

assisting. j there will be dancing by the guests .''Mis Anna "Per' z', who,: was'mKey ": I Time passes quickly and beforewe ject. (The light Intensity increases ,

The "Flirtation Walk" number, between the cabaret group pre- i West; for a stay:with"relatives, realize L where the days and weeks 'as'you f tace the ligjitsjeloseY! to the

sung by Mrs. Arthur Brown and sentations. t e.y': : left'yesterday. for'the home itt Mi-J have"gone the air begins to get a subject aid qjreases when farther CATCHING THE FIRST BEAMS returning ,prosperity -

,,' : ami. :" & '1. little balmy'aDd we are thinking of a*':iy.).Two>fchAtoflood> ; lajnps houlcl< this company is in a position to pass_ along,the long-l

the garden the yard or those pleasant be plaoedinin'Thp't" \fhr: | stfrdea awaited, happy word. Already the pulse of local.palty:

Order-OF Eastern Star ArrangesFor I Mrs. Stuart W. Cramer, of 'Captain Ernest Roberts,.'of ,the drives in the car after dinner. oi directing bomelathpt'caun t be-Wppetl for has quickened. Soon all business will be throbbing: the
light the subject, remove -
I Cramerton, N. C., who came Monroe County Ferry System, left The next three months however the shade. In such cases, some new tempo. Now is the time to buy a lot, to build, to ex.
yesterday for Matecumbe after a are ideal for snapshots at night In
Sock Social Here Thursday to Key West to enjoy the hort stay in Key West with rela- the house and if you have not already sort of reflector bark of the lamps pand. This realty company stands ready to aid you.
climate and bask in the
the of will throw more light forward. A House1 1 A REAL
tives.J. experienced pleasure Ideal Spot for Apartment I BARGAIN-Water

The Annual Sock Social of the Reading, (selected-Mrs.) Katie health giving sunshine. this fascinating pastime you have white cardboard, a pillow case, or Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet,I I'; front property on Key Largo at

Fern Chapter No. 21, Order Eastern Eldredge. J. Carlson, of Norfolk, Va., certainly missed a lot of fun and even a bright dishpan held directly fronting Hotel Casa Marina,I' Tavernier 150 feet
EXPENSIVE FOOD behind the lights will help. fronting At.
Star, will be held at the Scot-I Piano duet, "Columbian Galop," arrived yesterday to spend a while failed to "follow through" on your Southern and Eastern exposure. ;
tifch Rite Hall, Simonton and I R. Goerdeler-J. Cormach and TAXED IN PEIPING with his daughter, Mrs. II. S. Dexter amateur photographic knowledge.The Set the is diaphragm with at.6.3.self-timer If your Don't miss this; it is a bargain.j'i I Ian tic Ocean, extending back to
of camera equipped a ,
Eaton streets on Thursday. February -' Mrs. P. B. Roberts. at the home, 1301 Whitehead "hey-hey-hi-de-ho" days set the shutter speed at l/25th of a Listing No. 73. i j i I Overseas Highway; distance 525
the we always remember -
7th at 8 o'clock, this affair! Soprano solo, "In the Gardenof (sly A..C'I..C' r...... street. youth are at second, turn on your photoflood Entire block feet, fronting road from Oversea
and as snapshots night NONE BETTER-
being for the Masonic order bene-! My Heart," E. R. Ball-Miss PEIPING, Feb. 5.The are so easy to take why not start in lamps take your position in the fronting Yacht Basin on North: i j I,! Highway to water. This i is part of

fit.A j Carroll B. Jones, accompanied by old device of "farming out"tases W. W. Demeritt, superintendent right now and make picture recordsof grOup and-click-It has made a Beach, size 148 feet, 6 inches by t I an estate that must be, settled.
well-chosen and extensive! Miss Marguerite Goshorn. of lighthouses in the Seventh snapshot at night! for I j
has been revived by the the many happy winter eveningsat you. 150 feet. This would be ideal spot $1,200 takes&.. it. Act quick. List.
program as follows has been Vocal duet (selected-Mrs.) L. District, returned yesterday from home. All you need are three or If you have a box camera you had
for private home or ApartmentHouse. .
ranged, and a most enjoyable ar-I' Collins and Mrs. Camille Robinson. Peiping municipal govern Washington where he attended a four photoflood lamps for brilliant better use a photoflash lamp (not tc Investigate while the ins

ning is promised to those rnent. conference of superintendentsfrom illumination and a camera with an be confused with photoflood lamps). is right. Listing No. 132. property Angela
ing. Piano solo, (selected)-:Miss\ Recently the city fathers, all districts in the United I I.G.3Ien8,or faster.Photoflood lamps Hero's what you do. Place the floor street, next to corner of Duval

Violin solo, erceuse," Go- Beulah Lee Williams. in. a wave of generosity, States and territorial l cost only twenty-five cents each and lamp: slightly back of and a little to Beautiful located home on North street. Size 99 by 94, 8 inches.

dard-Nicholas Goshorn, accompanied abolished taxes on live.stock, posSeSSiODS.j as they are good for two hours of the right or left of f he camera. Remove Beach fronting Yacht Basin. Improvement on this
Soprano solo, "My Rosary For picture taking, the cost per picture the shade and screw the photoflash half block with
by Miss Marguerite Gos- You II. Blossom-Mrs. Wm. Aft- meat, cereals, cooking oils, Burrel Achersonj, Grounds cover i consist of two oDe-I tory frame
horn. fish, cotton and paper, then urday afternoon on business at is negligible. For the best results lamp into one of the Dockets large two-story home. Property building, one used for business,
accompanied Mrs. Philip and be the Is "
son by sure current "off. Assuming
Soprano solo, (a) "Ma Curly found they had a hole of his Tavernier home, returned yes- you should use the modern super fronts on three street: and i is of-I| and the other for dwelling. $1,600
Bernard Roberts. hare located the ,
Headed Baby," Ben, Clutsam; (b) $230,000 in the city's income.A terday. sensitive panchromatic film. It is you group fered for half its actual value.! takes it. Term be arranged.
in the finder, Ihe may
or subject,
available in all standard sizes.Let's open
Reading, (selected) Emil
"Shortening Bread, J. C. Q. surtax on expensive Don't miss this bargain. ListingNo. Listing No. 218 A.
that Mary\ and shutter as you would for a time exposure
Wolfe-Miss Olive Day. accom- Sweeting. dishe in restaurants was de. Ross Roberts, who was in the suppose you and Immediately turn the 178.
are entertaining Detty and Ja.ck) and on
panied by Miss Marguerite (Gos Vocal duet, (a) "Flower Song." cided upon, but how to collectit city for a stay of two days with everybody is as happy as the four- photoflash lamp and after tho flash home Flagler Here is a real home-Bungalow

horn. Lange; (b) "The Bells of St. was the problem until relatives and friends, left yester- some above seem to be. Let's make of the lamp close the shutter at Avenue Two-story, on, ideal location having 7 rooms, all modern improvements -
corner property
Saxophone solo, "Ah! Sweet Mary" A. E. Adams-Mrs. C. someone suggested that it be day for Miami. a snapshot at night of your party. once. just the home are ; 80 rose trees or more

Mystery of Life." V. Herbert Bervaldi and Miss Mae Hill, accompanied sold as a concession to the The diagram indicates the relative Simple enough, Isn't It? No.you 245. I in yard; 10 different kinds of

Delmar Woods accompanied by by Mrs. P. B. Rob- highest bidder.A R. A. Bissell, in charge of the placing of the subject. lights and The possibilities for indoor picture looking for. Listing j I i fruit trees and two bearing f rape

Mrs. P. B. Roberts. I erts. Mr. Wang got the prize commissary at Lower Matecumbe, camera for this particular group. taking are endless and you are missing Exceptional Bargain-Furnished I vines. Located one half block

_u._ ___ by agreeing to turn in at who was in Key West for a short For a different setting you can placo a lot of fun-and fascinating pictures two-slory home on Whitchcad I from City Park in a most desirableneighborhood.
-- least $130,200 annually. visit with Mrs. Bissell, left yesterday the lamps accordingly.!; -until you try it. street in exclusive neighborhood,!I Near school, church

Enjoyable Bridal Shower In I afternoon. Alter you have located the group JOHN VAN GUILDER. fronting Coral Park and beautiful I: and Yacht !Basin. Size of lot, 8n

I view of ocean., No better location by 90 feet. Price, $5,500. Term,
Old John Better NowOld
Honor Of Miss Sophia LossMrs. Sleeps could be found, and the price is half cash Listing No. 120.

Bill: You look kind o' MUSSOLINI'S SON-IN-LA\V\ GETS INLINE I i 1111111141Notice right. Listing No. 265. Seven-Room
bad. John, what's matter? Bungalow in most
J. M. Russell: and Miss A delightful and beautifully I To Subscribers Here i is yovr opportunity for desirable residential section. AH
Old John Just can't I
: get a
Linton M. Vitte held a bridal rendered musical program was' good night's sleep. Have to get BY WINNING PILOT'S WINGS : income property-Location, Unit I I modern conveniences House in the

shower on last Friday afternoon presented. Two solos were ed street near White street.i best of condition. Open plumbing,
at the here honor- Mrs. Julia Nelson sung\ up too many times. ___ I Pirate be prompt IB paying Southern expoture. Improvements I .
Armory ,
by \ Old Bill: Aint heard of etc. This ii a real bargain; $3
Loss of Miss Norma you fly A.latC'd Freas) I the carrier wee deliver your consists of two small cottages new.
ing lIis.Sophia daughter a violin solo by Yates1 500 takes it. Term can be ar
Mrs. Harry R. McDonafd of Eliza-' with Miss Alee Curry at the I I them little green tablets made ROME *eb. 5.-To be up to daunted, flew on to Pisa. From I} paper. H. pays The Citizen I ly repaired and painted. Live in I ranged. Listing No. 91.

beth street, whose marriage to' piano. Piano selections were from buchu leaves, juniper oil, date in the Mussolini family it is there his party drove to their destination -{ 15 cents a week lor the pa. cne and rent the other. Terms can:
etc? I believe call 'em Bu-
Jack L. Russell! son of 11V.' and' played by Mrs. Macon Barbee and kets. Why I had they to get up 7 or 8 Count necessary to earn your wings and by automobile. j I per and sells it to TOO for 20 be had and the price is right. Listing ,i Unimproved Building Lot. Size
Mrs. Milton Russell will take Galeazzo Ciano. the duke'sSoninlaw Count Ciano has been '. No. 49. I
J. Miss Beulah Lee Williams. succes- 50 by 150 feet; location EagU
times before I took 'em. They cent* Ills profit for delivering
place the latter part of this! has just filled that re- sively secretary to the Italian em-'> I Avenue, Meacham sub-division.
A great number of lovely. i is S
I seem to work on the bladder kind quirement.The cents weekly on each For location, this cannot
month. I the 0' like oil works bassy to the Holy See, secretary subscriber if He i i. ,I! Price, $550. Terms can b. arrang
choice gifts were given to castor on the not paid beat-Corner lot, fronting ocean
The Valentine motif 31-year-old undersecretaryfor of embassy at Buenos Aires and I ed. Nc.
predominated I Listing 92.
bowels. Drives out liE loses. Not The Citizen.
bride-to-be these ranging waste matter next to Hotel Casa Marina, paved
in the decorative scheme,, gifts the press and propaganda Rio Janeiro, consul general at
and excess acids. You go right street and sidewalk&.., and sea wall
which consisted of white roses,' from soft, silken boudoir raimentin down passed his tests after only a short Shanghai, a delegate to the London 1.l1111.l1 this Fishing Camp, Big Pine Key-
to the drug store and Investigate
get fronting property.
1' delicate pastel colors to glass- a period of trainings.Hi s.instructors economic1' chief .
fioiifetttAs. ferns and a number 25c bo<. r\ got mint at'' Oh'vteri's I }I' at once. Property must be sold. Size of property, 100 .feeteat.rfrontage
ware, silver, linens hand-work, sak) he i showed exceptional'iab U "of 'ther6ffieial bureau and cneck
Of'pottfd plants. Two little girls Drug Store.-(adv.) J press' .. Lifting No. 188. by 400 feetufrrjce j$3-
in special Valentine costumes. pottery, pictures, electrical appliances .ity. I undersecretary.; : I j ,COLDS 500. Term*}, .half cash. ,jAn 4dJ*

served candies and wheeled in the such as a waffle iron and I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING '1, It's Flying Family lie! ,married' Mussolini's\ daugh-f'''I 6'666LiquM 6.r Hereis, an ,opportunity of a tiona! 300 feet- of water' frontagej

gaily festooned cart containingthe a chromium percolator and several WORKS. 514' MARGARET ST. .' ''He now' Is a licensed' pilot i, 'as .ter. .pddaj.in: 1$29.? They haY two! T'and' life timTw .story home, four j''I by 400 feet adjoining. this. proper*, .

gifts. Other refreshments of of the new and fine Russian PHO4Ei$2.M.: :iUdee20 a'/e': Mussolini!,'the dice's'17yearold'son : -I, children. " ' FEVERfirst room and kitchen on first floor; i I ty can also be' purchased. .If de-

ice-cream and cake were also peasant linen luncheon, sets all Vittbrid, 'and 'hIS 22-"ear- :......:-The duet: witnessed his son, VitjItorioY \,:TtllcUalre four bed rooms and bath on se
served. I, of these! things forming a large fishing, swimming' golf ing*'A'*tc. old nephew, Vit tussolini. An- final tests' at Centocelle > N's*Drcps, HEADACHES day floor; all modern conveniences' ; T then 400' by 400 feet. Take
II j
and beautiful of presentsfor instantaneous water heater and advantage1 of this offer. ListingNo.
Several array
prizes were awarded i that abound here. other son of the premier, Bruno, airport, just outside Rome, last *
during the afternoon. Mrs. Maud these two popular young people Mr. and Mrs. Langner are is studying for a license. May and personall pinned a pilot's I in 30 minutesTPALACE electric pump; garage, etc. This 71.

Archer being presented with the who are shortly to be married. planning an extensive round of The premier learned to pilot a badge on the boy's1 jacket. I i i. part of an estate that must be

door prize, the guessing contest'' bout two hundred attended entertainment for their guests plane before the 1922 march on eettled. Property in the best of Here !is a Real Snap in Water

winner being Miss Fay Baker, and' the shower, and all expressed during the latters' brief stay Rome. lie was painfully injuredonce Vito Mussolini, son of the pre.mier's 1 condition, and $1,800 cash takesit. Front Property in business sectionof
the consolation prize going to themselves as having had a most here. when his machine crashedin brother Arnaldo, won Wallace Beery-Adolphe Menjouin Worth double. Listing No. the city-Size 134 by 216 feet.
license in June. He is direc- ;
Miss\ Vanessa Collins. pleasant and enjoyable North Italy. 264. Machine shop and lumber shed on
aft.ernoon.1Former tor of Mussolini's Milan -- -
Lately he has been getting in a newspaper : I' property. $18,000 takes it. Term.
----- Coral Wheel Club great deal of practice. On several II Popolo d'ltalia. THE MIGHTY BARNUM If you are interested in small one-third cash. Listing No. 15S.

Garden Club I Key Westers I Plans Ride Tonight occasions he has flown his chief Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-25c individual Islands, act before
prices advance. The price Best of location. ,Corner
outside of ,,
lieutenants to points SOCK SOCIAL prop-
Defers Meeting Leave Alter VisitMrs. I location are right. Our exclusive
I :Members of the Coral Wheel Rome where their presence was re erty. Size, 50 by 100 feet. In the
Thursday, February 7, 8 p. m. listing can fill your wants. main business block oa Duval!
Club number
I II and a of invited quired.
The regular weekly meeting of A. E. Schrader, formerly guests will participate in anotherof SCOTTISH RITE HALL street. Is offered at a great sac.
I Duce Undairutea By Fog Water front property on Big
the Key West Garden Club on I, Miss Argentine Delgado, who was their night rides tonight. Recently he was prevented by Auspice Fern Chapter No. 21, DOWNGOES Pine Key1, near hotel and pott office rifice for a quick sale. Tak. ad.
the The is to gather at 8 0. E. S. Benefit Masonic Home vantage of this opportunity. Ust-
at Wo
Thursday mornings for her group
visiting two da s with fog from landing his big tri-mo- fronting 300 fed of water
No. 64.
'I ing
man's Clubhouse on Division I mother, Mrs. Dolores brigade of o'clock at the home of Miss Mary tored plane at Florence but, un- and 400 feet on County Road.
I I Falk and Mrs\ ,,Louise Auxier,.corner THE PRICE OF This location cannot be better. The
street has this week been post. Elizabeth street. left yesterday MONROE THEATER Most desirably located proper.
and South
of. Duval streets.
poned. CfB .I I afternoon for Miami. I Miss Dorothy Cleare also is included LEGALS Claudette Colbert and Fred SHAVING COMFORT price is. right Listing and No.terms 79.can be arranged. ty on. Southard street. Size, 50
feet. 2 inches .
by 137 feet. !I.
All members, however are requested -
the hostesses.
!II She was accompanied by her among 1> THK (01\TV" JllM.K, ('O"IIT McMurray in ,
to be present at the next !:, Following the gathering at 8 I Ir 1IMI KOH MOMtOK rOlNTY' THE GILDED LILY I Acreage on Big Pine Key. This provement consist of two-story
sister, Mrs. B. H. Taylor, who was r.i.oituIt. 1% IMtOIIATK. eight-room home, fronting South.
meeting to be held Thursday o'clock a ride around at least part I II -AlsoAGAINST i i. water front property on the At.liD
before In Re: Estate! of ard street, and .ix-......
marriage Miss Bolivia Del i a
morning. February 14th. at 9:45: !i : of the boulevard will be taken CL-VUDE G. THE LAW tic and fronts Newfound e.ttage t
I liABCOCK.e :
a. m., together with any interested I gado. Mrs. Schrader will remain I when the bicyclers will gather id. Harbor Key. Size of property, 150 fronting alley In rear of property.

winter colonists or visitors wishing ! in Miami for a few days before!,.I again at the home of Miss Falk I all NOTICE creditors TO and CREDITORSTo all persons hav- Matinee 15-20c: Balcony, lOc; Orches,- acres. The price I* right. Terms: I Fir t '$2,700 takes it. Listing Nx
tra Night, 15-2Sc : 197.
to attend. I I leaving for San Diego, Calif. I and Mrs. Auxier to be guests of InK claims or demands against I ; One-third cash, and balaDc'r caD
paid Estate
Miss Cleare for refresh : I be arranged. Listing No. 69. "
them You. and each of you. ar* hereby \\\I\I""III .
Mallory ChapterTo I Langners Have I ments. I notified and required to present A Cottage having 7 room* end
I any claims and demands which you. I Ideal! Home Site On North bath in most desirable' I Wall" **,

Hold MeetingThere House Guests I or either estate of of you.Claude may G.have Babcock againstthe SPEND Bea-h-Unimproved corner lot, In best of condition, on tot 10 fc,

I I Church Program d ...alled. late of Monroe County YOUR size 99 by 150 feet fronting 65 feet, located oa Sovthord ttreet. ,

will be a meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. B. W.' Postponed I County.Florida Judge to the of lion.Monroe Hugh County Guan at three streets, riparian rights. This near Whit. street. Ow... .tfr

Stephen Mallory Chapter of the of Orlando are house Eastwood'j''I _ his office! in the County Courthouse VACATIONTHIS i is the spot to build your home on, this proprty for. $3,000 If tell U

U. D. C. held at the home of Mrs.\ Mr. and MVs.' Julian The Church Aid Society musi1 iI i-!,',Iin.ight Monroe calendar County.months Florida from within the ./ c'I aDd ,'th. price i is right. Listing the ant 60 dais. LUtUf H*

Claude Albury, 1009 Grinnell their home on Caroline street 1 I cale scheduled to take place to- date of the first publication hereof. YEAR No. 212. 189.
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street, on Thursday February 7th Both Mr. and :Mrs." Eastwood I i I morrow night at the First M. E.' All seated claims within and the demands time and not In pre the NA A

at 4 p. m. I express themselves as being:}I Church of Key West has been manner prescribed herein shall be t:b.. TM5C5.U1PATO5F. .,
All members are requested to charmed with the unique beauty to later date. An- barred as provided by law. PATThIS PtNOrnC
postponed a Dated January 29. A. D. IUi. ?.;I1oTheR PAUL BOYSEN$ COMPANY
be present at this meeting, at I of Key West, and look forward'I nouncement will be made in the As Executor: of the Last Will and I ,j.90urHWIJI Probak Junior fits alt

which matters of importance will I with keen anticipation to par-. near future as to when this will HARRIET Testament BABCOCK of Claude BRINTOX G. Babcock.,; Gillette & Probak razors .

be discussed. 1 iticipating in the various sports, be held. : .. _ Deceased. jan25; fet S-12-l: >, llfllIlllIlI\\\ Phone 153 Office: 610 Fleming St. lO fed* 1


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