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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 13, 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 Press Day Wire ,:' icst /-. .. Key West, Florida, has ]the

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Commodities Now Given Close I CAPTAIN Leaders Now .- -ARRANGEPLANS All Saved Except Radio


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Study By Washington Officials I I Problems AQUARIUM HERE Operator And Mess BoyGIANT


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Shown That Cotton And 'MEN REPORTED REMAINS BOARD strained.It the two. are becoming a bit LOCAL PERSONS WILL BE AIRCRAFT WENT DOWN IN SUDDEN
WELCOMED
AT LUNCHEONTO
I be more noise than real AND MYSTERIOUS DISASTER HUGE DI-
may :
Not 'Housecleaning' Big DEAD ON BOARD GULF .k- danger, but administration insiders BE GIVEN IN CONNEC- '
it I i concerned RIGIBLE LIES AT BOTTON OF PACIFIC
.than
are more
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EVENT
Worry To Agricultural v' BOAT1ARESAEELEONAftO { EPED"INTO i they will admit publicly. I
i ex- Relief Wage 'i BECAME1 J UNMANAGEABLE: WAS .

Unit Complying 1 I 1 The disturbance 'in' .the appropriations -I t 'Local persons Iwill be welcomed .' LANDED'STERN FIRST .

I BETHEC*'>ANDf fl"GHAZELWOOD ; tera--request i of .committee, of "the;:at!the'luncheon being given,iSuii- "
1 I senate over the President's* work(i Ida,. at ,the Casa Manna i folio w- C
'CONTlNUTNXi'OPEltATIONd ,WIUiariliW.; ; : (i| the ;
HERBERT'PtUMMER'II7 .
By relief plan is a case in point. j[ing.the' dedication .
i of the
. t Key (
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< A U 4'Prr! > Marine> f I I II i Organized labor insistent ,
was
I-Weft Tropical Aquarium.
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I WASHlMGTOrf/'Feb.1'! .=Of- : IN 'SURVEY'h', fthis morning i I ii I in its demand that an amendment,'I' .Increasing. numbers of out of '" v 'SANTRANGISCO, Feb.!13:.Thegiant naval di-

adjustment WORK ALONG KEYS I element over I be written into the bill calling for]'I'I town people invitation Macon struck down
facials of tbe agricultural j I p.1l are accepting -. rigible by a sudden and mysterious -
,the payment of the "prevailing"wage
administration bare deeper I most religious of his l !I, in the communities where I'I;which to is attend to start at the 1 o'clock dedication and,+ disaster, lay at the bottom of the Pacific to-

worries than the so-called housecleaning Leonard Bethel of Key \V est.i I this I', public work projects are under I t will last only a short time it is day, while 81 survivors of the crew of,83 were being
Early !! I
the launch Dot, and J. G. Hazel) !r |I i taken. said. |i ii
brought here by the United States fleet.
of "left-winter insti- wood of New Smyrna, Fla., are. was placed on I the Labor spokesmen represented,i I Mrs. Gertrude Gates southeastern

tilted by Chester Davit, AAA ad continuing their work with the,; Cutter ;i i 1i themselves as being fearful that I, field representative of the(|!I One or two of her twelve gas cells burst as she
United States Coast and Geodetic i Funeral Home :i i if the President's request that he, Federal Emergency Relief Administration ,,
sped through a fog and squall toward the base at
.ministrator recently. Survey group now at work mak-i the vessel left I I i i ; be permitted to pay wages which;; in charge of social service .
ing surveys and observations on A un-I, are "reasonable" were granted it,: and Arthur W. James public ,Sunnyvale last night after naval maneuvers.
Cotton, ratber than "left-wUtf-, the Florida Keys. course I I might tend to reduce the wages welfare) commissioner of Virginia 1 I i
harbor and Suddenly unmanageable the Macon\ landed
was
.r,," is tb. paramount issue in During the past few days hun- 17' miles at I paid in private industry. I I arrived in Key West last night and
I
... dreds of people in the city were the Sea Buoy, r Administration leaders countered ':I will remain for the dedication. stern first by Lieutenant Commander Herbert V.

this particular alphabetical agency discussing the "death" of Mr. : ped and ;' -. with the argument that if a', A letter was received today Wiley, skipper and lone survivor of the Akron disaster -'
'limit set. at $50 a, from J. T. Diamond secretary of
were say
Bethel and Mr. Hazelwood and .
}I of tbe "new deal" at present.Not The Citizen was askel a number j I I the The buriaL body, II I| ,month, the number of workers the State Board of Control lining . on the sea 10 miles off Point Sur. She sank almost -

only AAA. but the White of questions about what was said, cased in in and the length of time they mightbe members of the board and immediately, but all but two of her crew were
i and with four billion dol.others who will arrive train
employed by
to be explosion the launch
an
House and. southern members of and to make a comprehensive on re-I of ing lead and was I I II I lars would be much larger than, if Sunday for a tour of the city and I picked up in rubber lifeboats by the Cruisers. Rich

the asked for I :'the wages prevailing in private industry to attend the dedication. mond Concord and
congress are disturbed. ply to many queries '! ulation plank {I and Cincinnati the first ,there afterWiley's
information at C. and G. S. head were paid. Included l in the members of the
rites at sea, the
The chief source of worry lies quarters at the lighthouse de- l stern. ( Labor Demand I party are: George H. Baldwin I radioed SOS. _

in the fact that cotton sales abroad partment.The .- As it I I' One of the principal arguments chairman of the board, and Mrs. : The cause. of. the cell bunts and. fate of the two men
information received I r three l lst..adnnrel' hy ,,,.. Pr e.JJ'-ia. Baldwin, GeneraLand 'Mrst.Jfning -ro moV 3MOjy i CT.P ll f mm. r,-. i--.i 1 p>.U y-.llWlU'tfg.Od,: .' ;
,.in the-words oJ SeyutoF Smithof was volleys : : a ; :- ;Battoow; bfr and Mrs. i believed .
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that the launch* experienced some I ing squad ot (Continued on Page Four) O. J. Semmes. Pen'acola Mr. and'I Oregon, is to have broken hi* back in.a. leap to
South Carolina chairman of ; the water. Florentino Edquiba, Filipino, mess sergeant,
engine trouble, and the two men i iI ; was sounded I ------- [ Mrs. Alfred Wagg, Palm Beach;
the senate's agricultural' committee I had been practically "marooned"I I Key West. I Dr. and Mrs. John ,J. Tigert WAS last seen aboard.
for several days until assistance, Witnesses NO HOPE OF RAISING CRAFT
I I Gainesville Dr. Edward Conradi,
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and one of the foremost au. arrived. I other than the WEATHER 1 .Tallahassee; Dr. and Mrs. Wilmon I Searching parties hunted for the bodies.

thorities on the commodity "r:>t.- Rescue came with Coast Guard! of the ship : Newell. Gainesville; Dr. and Mrs. I The navy held no hope of raising the Macon from 50

ten." seaplane Arcturus on which MX.I Undertaker J [ C. J. Settles, Augustine, and 1 fathoms.

Hazelwood was taken to Miami his I\ I ers over extreme north portion to Mr. and Mr?. Diamond. I It was the third, but least, tragic disaster to overtake
Estimates of sales are placedat and directions given to boats Shuler Peele 81 j I night. I I Dr. Robert O. Van Deusen sup-i U. S. airships. The Akron crashed with 73 lives in 1933
little more than one half thoseof where Mr. Bethel could be found. Street : -73. erintendent of the Fairmount and the Shenandoah eight years before with 14.

a year ago. Sales in December Captain of Information'y.77 Park Aquarium, Philadelphia arrived Officers "aboard, apparently did not know the exact
the smallest Rivas. I INEGRO'S : : : I yesterday.: He will deliver I
acre for any Decem- T. WILSON HASANARMBROKEN 70 I the dedicatory address, and will cause. Wiley's report:
ber since the start of the worldwar. A>r+ DOw the "Off Point Sur, course north twelve hundred feet
I be one of the honor guests at
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Sales last month were far Ins.Ins.. ,luncheon. I cixty-three knots casualty; occurred in stern about 5:15

under normal. i w 1 j Today the doctor is supervising Pacific time.
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Cause For WorryIf I II .1 t(. some of the final arrangements
I for getting the tanks supplied with t word numbers one and two gas cells under fins gone
this were true of any other: OLD RESIDENT ALSO DISLO- I I i m. fish and going over the details of f'' and stern crumbling. -

commodity than cotton it might I 'SHOULDERYESTERDAY I m. : the work to" be yet concluded. "Tried to land near cruisers off Sur. Ship landed
CATES RIGHT
not be so serious. Inasmuch hw.1 I BROUGHT \ m. __ 1 i It was learned today that a I stern first with no speed ahead at 5:40. ,All hands took

ever, as normally CO percent of I I DAY ON \ i! m. Partly Cloudy coMYifcKiEO WABM number of prominent personages:! ,,I to boats and saw Macon sink. All_ hands had alarm in

the American cotton crop is mar: O Jacksonville to Florida Straits:1 other than those whose names are time for life jackets."
keted abroad and some 10,000,000 i I Moderate southeast- winds over herewith given are expecting to The remarkably, small loss of life was attributed to
i Thomas Wilson who celebrated :34 couth portion and moderate EO.uth- be present Sunday for the cere+ the'"discipline\ ':hWd' e'i'rness' of.score fighting craft with
persons depend on the crop for a his &thy )'r hJpy< agniverarXjtyt} : cast shifting to south. over .sort J;ponles; .' 'b.Jt' : r i ivhich -.ht 3' M_i_.'"J iad maneuvered two days.
livelihood, there;i:( clubs for con: week e The body << ,l'l'I I'' :: ,.. r-'v--. -i -'tot ok;. '"$ 1rf1"WaslU1
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11.a ,ttf' J ''florIYPCi9f.t4 1 portion; weathSr,; :partly ojj'icasltonight : ? ton radio reports were1'relayed' direct;to

cern."Cotton Ed"tab,Sntith\ tr,. M' he .*. 'is,'I locating h t right i she. 'l4} r an, I tario negro. fireman 11 hG ; '! i, : I I and Thursday preceded by -. FOREIGN TRADE- fii'eRPresi. ic'ien ,.>.i:;'d la'n., ."'' -:

known on capitol hill, took the breaking its| sigh, sips juhlnh erdajl s t 1 : .t Sfbowera over. _,Wtjreme north portion , ..J 1 1I ",.Chairman. :uon.rGeol-gia Democrat of the' House
aftcrnoon':
the. wrist yqsfefda'y? I )on.ig t., ,.J | j I II :Co mit tee, ,;declared; the.;loss a "death'knell" of lighter
better of I % m ...
part a weok.'eIlea e 'Whi1(!'voting1 Mr1.1 anlt'Sirs.l J, XI VPf9h: '!' East Gulf: Moderate southeast: UNIT 4SSEMULE MPiHSr -1 .
from, the senate .to parfcjp4te\{| in tA. Boia ''at"t"Hr'1.oni! t W'01iya' { Off' ? :: I ",than tau' &* JW-jAAA !'t"PREPARE
\ and youth .
over east lane
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winds __ INQUIRY
i la conference attended by AAA street Mr-. Wlko.tUras: \ rlaylfiS'wn':1 I Kest" J' south portions and moderate south I t ___ u'" +i. :.wct [ 'FOR SWIFT
officials in an efXuft.to arrive,at the' rear)p6reh!>;lUh the family:: placed in i ; shifting: to northwest over north' MEETING HELD THIS MORN The naval high command on receipt of information
some solution of the problems pet a large dog. lie lost hN bal Funeral west portion. from Admiral J. M. Reeves, fleet commander, prepared
confronting this important crop. ance and fell from the porch. tions from the !I :> ING IN- MAYOR MALONE'S_ a swift board of inquiry. Airship advocates asked suspended

President Roosevelt is represented -I i He was immediately taken to a which were : wr.Aiur.it CONDITIONS OFFICE judgment until all facts were in. Brigadier-Gen-

as favoring another inter local hospital where, the dislocation Coroner eral William D. Mitchell, former chief.of army' air! corps,
national conference for the purpose -, was relieved and the arm tice Frank O. Pressure is high this: morning I' - --a'' 'said the Macon; and other -
of attempting to divide the information deem it i Members of the committee' ap-
The
in north
placed splints. from the Lake region and
markets among the principal cot was given The Citizen that Mr. coroner's jury I I Atlantic states southward over the pointed to investigate the feasibility HAUPTMANN CASEIN I navy bags have" "not had
ton-producing nations. comfortablyas pronounced of a Foreign Trade Zone at trained crews.
Wilson is resting as Florida peninsula. New York: City.
Secretary Roper of the depart- can be expected. hemmorrhage., 30.34: inches and low over most Key West met this morning in the I The Macon visited Florida
ment of commerce would have I II lof the remainder of the country '. office of Mayor Wm. II. Malone JURY'S HANDSVERDICT three times last year, tyingat
created an international board NEW with disturbances central over and discussed the proposition in Opa-Locka fcase. She
which would divide up world ANGLER HAVING I I the middle Mississippi Valley detaiLt completed a irancontinental

markets for cotton and even allocate I eastern Rocky Mountain region, t Besides the committee members IN KIDNAP PRO- record of 54 hours, from
production a* well as mar CATCHMOUNTED and far northwest. Little Rock 1 Julian Langner who outlined Sunnyvale here in April.

keting among the nations. Ark.. 29.84 inches. Denver. CoL,!1 I the proposition at a meeting in CEEDINGS EXPECTED BE- During May.war.games with,

Curtailment 'Only ,Hope 29.56 inches, and Seattle Wash.,!}! the county court house last week, FORE NIGHTFALL ':' ;battle.fleets in Caribbean

Secretary Wallace declares that,I Charles J. Brooks, of 872 Ninth 29.48 inches. Rains have been gen 'I was discussion.present and took part in the ..... ",.,r'I.. :slits ,..ulna theoretically de.stioyed .'
until foreign I customers rtf ableto of the birth eral during the last 24 houn 1' N.In : after successfully
York City is a great '
New I With dissension it decided
:street no was ,
get hold of dollars to'buy cotton ! lover of angling and a successfulone. :Mr. and Mrs. from the West Gulf and central that the Foreign Trade ,. Ane4atet'eri.st'' I ' :fulfilling ,her: mission? _of 'locating

they must curtail their i .f/purrchases. lie believes in keeping his their home Plains States' eastward over the. Zone will be one of the greatest FLEMINGTON, N.J.. Felt?; ,the enemyfieet.'r,7ha'U. ...
Ik ,blames tariffs and( The lower Ohio Valley and South : -RieLar/: y Naval Dirigible l Ma-'
.trophies to show his friends. new ., projects that could be securedfor 13. Tbe fate of ;$ i
Atlantic States being heavy in t-i v
concludes that either imports midst he caught three large the name of auos.d of? r icon, aister.lhip the-Akrom, ; with
Ee.9e.ntly C extreme northwestern Florida Key West and its feasibility is Bruno Havptmamn .
>aa.
be increased cotton The improvements design
or productionmust muttonfish. pome
barracudas and a inches.I unquestioned.The . murder of Baby ., LindrMi<
Pensacola reporting 2.01 Ute ;i'
o.i :
continue maiden
to be curtailed. fish measured two feet made her flight 'April
committee will at i inth.
utter GET Rain also occurred on the Pacific once bergk, was plAced
The conference between Sena- eight 'inches. All of them have : .I the 21, 1933, at Akron, 0.; and had a
take of
tor Smith and AAA' officials is in been placed with TaxidermistCecil coast from San Francisco north up problem devising band of the jury today test cruise of nearly .13.hours on
I and means for having the '
ways
agreement with the secretary. Gray and mounted for dis- ward and snow in portions of the made and the application A verdict U expected before April 23. There were_ 100 persons., _
They see the only in con Plateau region. Temperatures_ have survey (Continued on Page Four) 1"
hope "Pirates ( Jf btfall. ..
in
Washington.
tinued curtailment of production ) risen in the north Atlantic states I presented I I ,.
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the'middle -
unless this country decides to play.DANCE and from Mississippiand take more foreign lower Ohio Valley southwardto j' HARD SENTENCE KAPPA P1'S
in
goods pay- VALENTINE PARTY "!.
ment for cotton. the middle Gulf coast and *
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With the south faced with the : readings are above normal in! Auspices St. Paal Altar Guild I CHICAGO After.Alfred Moir VALENTINE DANCE' !

dilemma that it is over losses in Saturday NightCOUNTRY to most sections of the country, being ST. PAUL'S PARISH HALL and his wife of this city had not Tfewdar, February 14, 9 till ? :

its cotton export trade congress, CLUB to 13 to 28 Valley.degrees above in the Thursday Night 8 O'clock spoken to each other for a ,year, CUBAN' CLUB .1 <
Mississippi
and the administration
are destined I her ."* r
he beat and was sentencedoto '
Member and Out-of-Town G. S. KENNEDY. L U. Fr.. G.ab Sc. ,
to hear much about this problem For GOOD PROGRAM *< ] .. .
in the coming months. I Guest and Thursday preceded by -I Official in Charge. talk to her everyday.. .. ,r.- :t <;
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< ; 30 1874. 1
.=- KEY WEST IN Today'sAnniversaries .1 retary of ,War, born at East
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'' Galena, HL Died in TVashingtonJ
Pubnahed'Daily 'Except Sunday By The resolution introduced by Senator I
THE'CITIXKX PCIILI! III!.a CO. IC.! DAYS GONE BY I 1805-David D. Field, the New D. C., Sept.,9, 1869. t
L. P. ARTMAV. Pmldeat. Borah, calling for an investigation into -tt York lawyer whose legal reforms t
From The Cltlien Building Mexican anti-religious outbreaks Happenings Here Just 10 Year There Is No Substitute For a........ee.............1 influenced legislation the world 1851-George ,B. Goode' noted
Corner ''Greene and Ann Street per- Ago Today As Taken From Milk, Says Massachusetts 1728-John Hunter. famed over, born at Haddam Conn. Died American naturalist And fisheries

secution of Christians and mistreatment of '1 be Files Of The Citizen NutritionistBy English surgeon of his age born. April 13. 1894. efcpert: born at New Albany Ind.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key ,West and Monroe
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Died Oct. 16, 1793. Died near Washington D. ; ,
County. American citizens is a dangerous move.
Mary Spalding 1831-John A. Rawlins, II- Sept..6. 1896.
Entered at Key West. Florida a. second class matter The text of the resolution, to begin Business picked up in the liquor Consultant in Nutrition, I I t te
business yesterday when 10 alleg-
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR Uattaekutettt State Department 1766-Louis W. V. DuBourg, I .
with, it condemns the Mexican govern ed offenders were arraigned on i of Public Health noted Roman Catholic prelate and 111.l11111111111111

Member of the Asaorlatrd PreaeIbe ment in the name'of humanity, etc." charges of having; contraband: in ,!it -7 college founder of Baltimore, New '
Associated Press U exclusively entitled to use : their possession. yh 4 J ibfges! were { The item of the balanced diet
I' Orleans and St. Louis born at
.r rep :bdcatlon of all news: dispatches credited top ,
it or not otherwise,credlttd'In' this paper and alas Aside from the fact that such a resolu- the result of raids made by prohibition under consideration this week is: Santo Domingo. Died in France, Oar Most
local news published hero Hearings Milk 1 for each child
the agents. : were qt. a day :
tion will fan the fires that burn below the I Dec. 12, 1833.
KATES before United States Commissioner ,--or: ,at least 3 cups. 1.j>t. a day
,
One Tear JltJBu'nIPTJ". .=10.00 Rio Grande, what has the United States C. Rodney Gwynn and all l of I for each adult
MX Month .tot The amount of milk used last Sensational Offer s
Three Months Jo. .26* the defendants were held under I 1780-Lewis David Ton Sch- \
Senate got to do with the affairs of Mex- dots not "measure "up" In
One Mouth -- ..f1Weekly bond for trial at the next term. of year weinitz, Moravian clergyman and *
'. i .21 ico. Why should those who entry United States court., studying forty-seven I s
oppose botanist whose herbarium
t, thousand lunches of private \\r: Y' . ,. .,.' .
..ADVJnTnl HATRftSIKCIAL. l I .l'"
Made known on ap'txlitatloo. into World Court because it mjght en- :; school children in was the largest in the country,
,i' eighty-eeven cities born at Bethlehem, Pa. Died
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_. ftOTICKAll Officer Cleveland Niles arrested -
... reading notices, cards of thank., resolutions of tangle us in European affairs attempt to known and towns in Massachusetts I there, Feb. 8, 1834.
a man, as Lucky, yes
wilt for
respect rhltuary notices etc: be ctiarge4 at found
we
Le rat. of :. cents a line. project this nation into :Mexican affairs? terday afternoon on charge of
Notlc's for entertainments by churcne from which only one-quarter of
whose
t revenue Is to be derived are 5 cent a line. If rights of American citizens have robbing anotrer man name Y these children were 1799-Henry Grinnell, the New
The Citla, <.D Is an open forum and invite dlscusriutt was given as Ernest P. Vizard. taking milk or a York merchant remembered as!.
of |>,ubll 'issues and subject of local or general been abridged in Mexico the governmentof Vizard complained that he had met '
milk If child
dish.
a several
uterest but It will not publish anonymous communi. ; the financier of memorable
..th.oe. Lucky on county road and been M.r,swI& is to his three I
;; the United States, by proper representations get or Arctic expeditions, born at 1' 1 .
robbed of $150. Captain of Police four glass quota, he should have

Truth is stranger than fiction-and can probably protect them. Certainly Elwood and other officers startedto one of these glasses at noon. Unfor LEG AL SIN
find the alleged robber. He was tunately the many families in for- .
scarcer. the Senate has nothing to do with
3 located later on Front street near ty-iix states studied by the Con- --

the question at its present stage.A the old Wagner property and plac- sumers' Council were only getting' ''LOR.OA.A\O FOR IN MONROE'PR&B\T COUNTY..
One swallow, doesn't make a summer, ed under'arrest. Vizard claims he just over one-half pint of milk a' In Re: Estate of ill. i
threatened witha stick 'and day.per person, BO the Massachusetts -' MEDFORD R. KEli-UM, SR..
but sometimes it makes a funeral. SORRY SPECTACLE was picture was probably that of Pecvased
forced to give up the money. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
the country in general. All Creditors ,and AH Person This Wakkf Range Installed FreeYou
Milk.Ii Plentiful Having Claims or Demands
Some, weeks we 'deprecated the Against Said Estate: '
economics
Our ethics, and politics are ago
Cuban, known as Fortunately the agricultural you..aredhereby '
D\An. Hevita.j economists You and each of ) '
too often f founded,on interests{ ' rather'thanon ''spectacle being. made of, the Huptmann. attempted to take his assure us that there will be notified and required to present any do dot -'need ,to"sae's'at.! lk.tiest; of cooking

principles. "' .f1" t .ialinFleming; New" Jersey. 'tt. j morning by'hanging.' ,He tied one as much milk this year as ;I usual, either claims of and you< / end of a rope to'the limb ofa tree I .With a slight,increase U price, the' the estate of Medford R Kellum. foi'f.: You-can' find oat,,definitely for yourself without;

...t,_ C: Newspapers; newsy ,reels' and edithave'Icombined' i !in. hjs.jard ass,027 Division street i, homemaker has to,watch to be'sure Sr...'K'orlda.deceased to, .late the.lion of Monroe, high County. Gmm.i- \:lie, 'I buytaf>> tang* or making a penny's' investment Wo

A Frenc&jfchef! says his most tempting i to make a national circles made a iposg... in the other, 'end,i, this most important food for budding County Judge of Monro stz'rthousei] ,will let,you.u e,,this range in your ora'kitchen for three
repairing," and Improving vitality hU office' in the County .
dishes arei:inspired by music. Jazz:should ,out, of1 serious trial involving the l IifQlof: placed it,aruund his neck climbed : and resistance to disease1," in Monroe ,Countyji-FlorhU* Within .' months?without.any obligation,;whateyeV.it. .,
to the top of.the., box and jumped. elghcal..ndar months from: the *ae'<
accused t.
; an man and an effort on the] part I not reduced. The little child in' .
wonderful brand of hash. date of the first pnbltcatlon'hereofAll
inspire a lie was seen by a bystander, who : See for complete details regarding this plan
of the state to punish the criminal I the family needs it for bone teeth claims and demands not presented us
guiltyof ran to him and removed the rope. i and muscle building, but the high within the time and In 'the
the heinous crime against the Lind- lie summoned a phy'ician and school boy and girl with their tre- manner ptesrrlbed herein' hall. be
._. Everybody agrees, that there are too berph baby. first aid was given. He was bruised I I mendous spurts of growth must barred Dated as January provided 21.by,A.law.D. 1)35. The Key West Electric CO.W'II'II'.4I'I.lI.lI.
:many highway fatalities in Florida but the about the neck. not run the hazard of its lack. Dr. IDA K2I.L.UM: SHAW.JA"II.S .
We are glad to notice of late that ; J. KFTLUUM.An .
living do nothing about it and the deadcan't. I Sherman tells us also that adults Executors: of the Last Will hhI' A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager
several eminent thinkers have likewise I probably hare a more efficient old Testament of Medford R. Kellnm.t .
;Friday the 13th is here and thisis .
when milk is taken.
criticised the age Deceased-
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publicity attending the trial. the night when the Follies of i I The homemaker Just can't planto

Among them are some of the writers and 1925 will be produced at the Garden .. leave it out of her day's meals.
Let not your angry passions rise, be- speakers that have done so much to create'a Theater. One of the most elaborate To keep up her milk supply at a
cause the cost of all supplies, from milkto programs ever attempted in' low cost; the may have to use more
national
furore.A
Key West is to be presented and grade B milk. Use mor t milk dishes:
coffee, beans to bread, is soaring far
some of the most versatile and too, such as creamed soups. Children fIogdu'inke4t
above your head.-The Pathfinder.It CIVIC DUTY accomplished talent in Key West.I like a tomato CccktaQ made It be
will participate. I with two-thirds of a cup. of milk, .
and one-third cup of tomato juice 1)0" t

is funny, when we think about it, We have time and again urged all I a very'protective drink. 'A quarter IMITATIONS
Editorial Comment: "I am engaged -'I pound American cheese may be
how men and women holding public jobs the 1o erltaut bavis Part hInt
citizens of Key West to trade with the Ret the 100%
and that's as good as mar- used to take the place of a quart'of
imagine they can make ten times their pay merchants of West bene milk. SIRe to MADE IN BALTIMORE. nan t IK
Key far ried remarked
as as possible.It a hopeful
I I '[ Day" 100'% pate Paint ,u.once.teen IIAK
leek er
No Substitute
if they went into business for themselves. is simply a matter of keeping the moneyof i dict. It's better if you only knewit. I imiated'bet.....1.......... s.alrYA.rfI.M '
There Is no substitute for milk.; Ibis lablll
our citizens in the common barrel, Most people will use the bottled Davis 10oo; Pare Pain conforms 1 with ::::::::
I an 'taws and is the only =.=.--
Your is creative force. Will pure Taint paint
money a where it will roll out, in commerce, to help 'pasteurized milk for drinking and D:
'carries of ==W':
Yesterday work was started on .. I that a guarantee purity.
when other kinds, in-
y< ii <*"PAt*_nrosDeritvJn Key West. buy all. I necessary "
na -_ _; the Stock Inland ,side of the.,approach -
ct.dmc'.porated and dried for .
ing at home create fir this Guorontceon the.Label-* := =
supplies loOk
your or prosperity The simplest citizen knows that is the to the bridge to be constructed -r cooking. te ,

in other places by buying else- from that Key to Boca I ---- WI....SBSsaoscUaB with sny other VMnt MuwfaAenrotawa.draams.
where? only way for Key West to grow and pros Chica. The approach starts from .......................-r. AM Mr fn>t.fU .*a ..... ky w fat e.au.o-! ..... aU tltr-.Jo o..a...-'",

per. Therefore, when Key West busi- the side of the present county road Today In History ItiEflfiMYISCfiL: .*****"* IMI BALTIMOfiEMH I'

ness men through their merit deserve near the loop at the head of Stock
The once blithe.quotation that he, is local support they should get it. Every Island. The marl being used was .e......s...........0... G. C. ROBERTS ,Corner Caroline and William Streets

a benefactor to mankind who makes two citizen should bear this in mind all 'the dredged from the ride of the road 1778-American flag first
near the site of the approach. recognized by a foreign government -' .. .. ..
blades of where one before -- -
grass grow grew -
time. '
Many automobilists rode out yes- at'Quiberon, France.
is no longer in favor in these days of terday fo view.the work. While TIO {.1111111111111'.II. r.III.I'IIIJS t tTTENTION

reducing overabundance.As GOV. MOODIE'S EXAMPLEThe announcement has been made 'as I 1826-An American Society for
to when the bridge will be completed the Promotion of Temperance or- r
it is understood that within -tganized in Boston. .
is officially customary, the president decision of the Supreme Court of the next three months motorists -

entertained the justices of the North Dakota I will be able to drive from Key
declaring that Governor 1895-SUrrender of Chinese
supreme court at dinner last week. The Moodie was ineligible to hold that high West to Saddle Bunches. fleets and forts ending their war I

White House gold service used. Could with Japan.
was
office followed the
was by prompt acquiescence The Vero Independents, basket-

that be construed as a hint? of the executive who called ball champions of the state who 1920-51st national convention I

upon all citizens to cooperate with his are noW' in Havana playing a aeries of woman suffragists, at Chicago,
St. Lucie county with a population of successor. with the best teams on the adopted a resolution to dissolvethe
Island. expected to arrive in
less than that of the City of Key West We think the people of North Dakotaare I Key West are within the next few party. .

alone, is asking $2,052,100. Key West to be contratulated upon thjtjr.settie- days and play several games here. I 1933-Kid-;;: of. Charles I

would be satisfje: if.obtain funds to build die bridges the water I \ tins 1 tfr$<]tyas beenelected; to meet thejvisijprs -. auJVei .you ,a ,
"!' over gerous. Moreover. ic. 1\Iodlrl\ uejejves, l The locals will face one than 180 Russians\ rvna! 'iU J 10 .'''a 6UJU V* .

,gaps. ;iii. J ,,. ..r."f '10 .th thanks of his |wn State and the nation i \; of the strong t teams which has marooned''on ',Ice 'orrl'' Alaska-. = ;c ,' eveKeome to Key West, if not the J '' .. to i. ,;n .ats : t : -
the rescued later ) :
well for chee accepting fcy airplanes,
as fullY ad- ;
;
:"0. ' :l .s"ti rdr.r'.l
will be of
strongest sure aharVdndlerrlfic '
The Citi 1Sjt.dmJ i .not Aellevebthfrcounty : amq . u lee:'o .
> e41ecision l thps setting an ; eP} Ir battle. '' "Roosevelt shapes tbi.tee' aocia? .T '. I W"L\ -, ._ ,
') ; ,
commissioners arc. a set of men that, is 'worthy of praise end emulation.J measures.Subscribe '" e J."V'; ,i r' At curs i f 'j* 1001 T .
security ,
"blackmailed i .., : \ .a. ,.; .,
who can be into'doing"stirntthins : j;J' The Golden? Eagle building at q ": ,,:: awe

they do not think is right and just. TALL MEN WINNING OUT Grinnell and Fleming streets, was to The Citizen.

So far as is known such efforts have been today sold to Vincent J. Farley,
BENJAMIN LOPEZ
publisher of the Ford :Magazine of I
spurned. Some years ago Phil E. Zimmerman, New York City. The purchase; I FUNERAL HOME DISHES AND :UTENSILS 'I

a Kansas traveling salesman about six anda price was named as 10000. The I Established 49 Years

Secretary Ickes continues to be the half feet tall, got tired of crouching into building is on one of the most valuable I ICe,. w..... Oldest
'sites in Key West. Johnsonand
24-Hour Ambulant SerrfeoLicensed
.Cabinet official who can't keep out of short beds, Pullman berths and bath tubs, Johnson were the realtors Embalnw : for your Dining Room and KitchenSEEDS

trouble. For 'months he has moved from and decided to do something about it. He handling the sale. >.... 138 Nitht 811-VNN" .. I

dispute to dispute with one high official organized the National Society of Long --- - I'i .

after another :finally culminating in what Fellows, with the following platform: CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

amounts to an open feud with Congress. "We want longer beds, bedsheets and THE FIRST NATIONAL 'BANK

The difference is that where other Ad- covers, Pullman berths, bath tubs, socks,' OF KEY WEST I

-ministration figures could not retaliate coat sleeves, trousers' legs, and shirt tails. as at the close of business December 31, 1934 I FERTILIZER I Irl.

and President:$ Roosevelt 'haw managed to We want higher awnings, signs, light fix- Comptroller' Call ,

smooth! : over the '
and- ,.intends}, to 4'crac.k tfowr?." at . spaces between theater seats and more I Overdrafts and Investments_ ._ -.... 1_. $ 305,X 71.61 39.42 AND GARDENJfOQJS: ;

, t,' room in motor cars." Banking House, Furnitureand ,I { : .

.': Forty 'years aiOVilliarii'" ';Jennings Many\ tall men rallied to the cause [Bonds of States Fixtures and.. Possessions _ 33,082.33 :. I' sfor . ..4555.' .

,had.the same as's 'those of the United your Lawn and :GardenSouth \
Bryan expressed and joined the society, which has really '
Coughing States __ .,_.. 139,370.68: ,. : ; ; .,
Father The ideas of
by gotten results. Leading hotels have furnished Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03 I. : 1.'I.. Ii II

Mr.\ Bryan were similar in many respectsto certain rooms with seven and even' Stock of the Federal; Re- \ h' .qb,b r.N.
those of Father Coughlin. Instead of serve Bank .- _- 6000.00 S
eight-foot beds for especially tall guests. Temporary Federal De- >

"International Bankers" Mr. Bryan preached New streamlined trains have berths of posit Insurance fund 1,954.01 : !
United States Govern.
about the "Cross of Gold." He was on extra length, and the comfort of tall men ment Obligations 'direct -

the right track. But like Father Cough- has been given consideration in other ways and fully guar- I .1

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anteed
lin he saw a remedy in increasing the cur- by establishment which serve the pub- Cash and due from Banks 832744.73 496,168.97 1,327,913.70, : .

rency arbitrarily and again like Father lic. S Florida Cofttractwf & J: IP' :d.
.' .
Coughlin he advocated the coinage of silver Mr. Zimmerman declares that 'the $1888.3 19UABILITID IBJ, f

as a remedy. Both men advocated the motor car with sliding front seat is the direct Capital $ 100,000.08 'PkefteSSB WI e aM iia' ,

creation of value out of nothing. There result of agitation by his society. Circulation Surplus: and Undivided Profits l 55,001.-2,OGD.OO "Your home M worthy of the'1MNt" ,

U a lot of wisdom in the adage that "the Good for the Long Fellows! Long Deposits .. 1,633,228.37 '" i


cobbler should stick to his last." may t they wave!- ,.,' ;, ', J'.. __... (,_, __ .._.,... _:._.,:_,_' :- ., -.' ..._."" ,, ,'l1'U .135._ _" . rrrir+ rr.rr.. a rrrrl rrirr,. i l 1

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Y,.FEBRUARY-13,1935," -THE' KEY WEST CITIZEN

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I ',I'I \4':7\: -' NOW AND dressed when we run into it ondatlc
_d .- ..7' THENBy nights.
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A kPiD-nRi t ROMANCE! $YVAH t EVANS r. S e'e *'
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It seems likely that it will be
arsopts: Mateo R.&rf6 eau hue'brenf ht "El Keed an .the way SPORTS ) ( STEPHEN COCHRAN SINGLETON) some time before< our beet people

.Veitfaita Kid, krlp In rtcovertnff '"Ah. my km." '*aid! the bishop. (Views opinions Senator
tin f-era4 crows of Our Laiy "why have yon done'this? That Is a or ex- were going to be onTthe trees:Ihe Huey Long says but he
ft'elft by the governor from the ID, ; pressed ia The Forum aresolely next time we came? Two did get off one wise crack over
*Jtercft 8.Dttrajta. By trtckUg lieu- known man'and' a lawbreaker I years
l tana into a fight that ttti the law : -He ts ,u lawbreakermeld the those of the writer ago a world of hospitalitywas bestowed the radio.
01t him, they wparafe Jk<*t /rowJK and not of The Citizen.) '"The United States is like
botanist a
Lat'fry, ride-to-be. Vow friar, "and 1n fact he breaks the law -- --- upon us, a wi
ilea Vive tow t lost about the crotr a. BO wetl.that Rnbrli would not try to I '- carted all 'around the town and fool walking around with a loaf of

Cud 0iii.JU iiuut*'* rea en o.ktlfUa tk dOKpktero Uem, steal amy the emerald crown ot I DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS t It would be hard to believe t notable trees were called by names :bread ander his arm and starving

/ ax lisa-keeper of D..GIlCo Our.Lady aaless he had the help oft ADAMS DAIRY I IFORFElTS.GAME i that two years could make so that sounded like grounds for' to death. i

;l1' t >11&:fringo""Are; great a change for the better in a r libel; a lot of labels and mites of What ails all us wisenheimers,
.
Chapter I city as the occasional anyhow!
they not great enemies visitor finds' wire were donated, but the trees nbrIckes

'IN DURAYA( asked the bishop. "TJie story Is that., (By GRAVY) 1 r HOT DIAMOND BALL: in Key West. From the fence I'I'I I don't seem to be tagged. .
I urges hew law for curb
'
to the
tHe the foster son palings lip-stick fresh
'1riIEfriar: tbd fist(OJ gringo stole-away- The golf matches in the FERA '- paint Seriously this seems like 'anoversight en production.
or ran otllnbrfx..*; 'I\ gladdens the landscape. 1 : .
the way south;; end he seemed to enemies, but also tournament at the local course I PLAYERS FAILED Few small' :undertakings
"They are great GAME AT BAYVIEW TO SHOW Key West is land of would do '
are now down to the quarter-fin a lovely more to add interest to'the
th :
spend more energy pulling $)mate they loVe 'one another," said the ,I Itrla leisure. One I -"'of,15 :
after him than In getting his own !. als. They must be finished by UP;:LOPEZ'WON FROM f makes a schedule of casual passerby's visit to, Key:

bulk over the OUUL.Ot1ty'wheh the '"What iort ot'a'man Is El Keed!" ,I next Thursday so as to go into PARK FOR TONIGHT a doren tried and true friends West. Even in an aquarium .a BED lj
the semi-finals and the i PICKED OUTFIT that he wouldn't miss calling I I rump-backed
way Was level antt there was a hiked on to on l'au -finned. snub-'
the bishop. '
chance for t lope' or % brisk trot "Hols a man swift enough to catch 'I. championship. I for the WOrld. Bv the- time "Hail"I II nosed fish h only that and nothing eft'YAT BORDeAUX QO

would he step into the Mddle fend a mountain goat and almost big 01 The and "Farewell" has been saidtoIL :more, unless his nameplate Is: 7I6Jd.gatlliJdNUYENS

ride the mule ,through the 'dust. eomtf' h to ut one." BUSY BEES,. WITH ADDED I 'LoPM,Funeral ,Home won third of that number it is timeto I in evidence. Having teamed that i

which ths'horses'raised. "A great *our brute f Many of the players have been TACKLE last night's diamondball game by go. But thank Heaven "Manana" :he Is "Kyphotie Whatheneckia,"
WILL
STRENGTH :
"Why does he do unasked :Mon '*It would be better If he were a defeated lawfully and logicallybut forfeit. Adams Dairy failed to is an indigenous word in Key our relations become more personal -

, tana. soar brute. No he Is a smiling some defaulted. It must be THEIR BITTEREST RIVAL. show up. West; and there's always the hope ; we have been hall-way introduced -

"Once ft mule that was carryinghim : danger. Men cannot help trusting remembered that when 'a tourna- I The Embalmers played a seven- of a "Manana." at least; and while he

through the mountains slipped him.The Women look as though they ment schedule is made up, it is I LOPEZ FUNERAL HOME inning exhibition against a picked Then, too, all visits have a splen- may get a headache'Wohdering' if ,

on a frozen rock and broke its leg. were seeing their first man." calculated that matches will be I team and won 5 to 2. did by-product. You get home I have been classified, I walk'off

answered Rubriz. "Since theh he "But has he actually come to help) played by a certain (date if''the Ubieta pitched for Lopez and again! proudly rather giddy 'on account COHbIALSCllsfhfeI

takes pity on four-legged beasts. I Rnbrlx. steal the emeralds finals are to be played on sched- I II I (By JOVE) allowed but"one hit and- walked "Breathes there the man with old of knowing much. 1lI ntiltQt

had to stamp and rage to make him "That Is why ne has come.: Partly ule. When someone does not play I Tonight the Busy Bee diamotdball eight batters. Tynea pitched a gray head It lathe -same way with Key

ride;on the way north with me.feren to steal the emeralds, but more to his match everybody else will be I ten will cross bats with,Its good game for the picked outfit. Who never to himself has said, West's beautiful trees The tour:; &tWk

then he would not take a horse. A find trouble and adventure." held up in playing theirs!, which is eternal 'rival, the ten representingthe The best hitters were McCarthy 'Henceforth. by heck until I'm ist will pass a splendid Spanish

mule was too good'fbr him,he'said. '**Wfll he need a large reward, Pas not fair. Lopez Funeral Homers. with ,two doubles in three tries, dead, Lime and to him it,is only a shade i i The 'same Inttehlets gus\ity

You he 1. but a child.: cual t"a and Hale with two singles in four I bet I'll in liqueurs as produced in Bor-
sees; sleep
bed
: own tree
the my and shade
To greater strength in ; trees novelty
get are no de'l1St..atdut fteeJorit'et..
"A child that mores mountains, "The danger he finds wll be his. !times tip. _. Wear old shoes .. ,
i Breadmen my with joyfulease in his life -but '
and'
& outfield at bat the Spanish Limesare
,
rtrrard."l .. t.t 'I.At presentj; i'.it is atd.: to spick ': In the field NUYE'18CrmedeMentheCaeanTn
; .. Y : Lucilo
-hr said Montaos '"Bat rbydl41ie ; : ,and C. -
; .
I Acosta their,. and if he
have added to ; ,
fellow. winner.because there, ar4 two' Ludy could only call that$
,
come north with Ion ", t....r"He YP1: : sp@M q(tlt.nck1e} '' : Lunn featured.! Put my old pipe just where I tree name'he Brand y s ml others
of : bad 'I think'batd r in the runmng' md Jinenp.'t' by would go home
but not a good players Score ,r ,
mans by innings 8 k bOO A IML.Distributed .we
: 1 '' : CO. 4..ewt
thousand please
had heard JQai InellttleWshop.' "'. ' a,; 'wplerho\ shoot fairly klc enf I' :The' b aftt1:1J: : s*for tonight's en'couritei -: " ' H..E..i and'brag about it. We still think s.t J S- N.. r h
stories about you.'brother. was R.J Flaunt a bandanna when
of a fire' .-with vSll fee Ah Ah'Lunn for I sneeze each notable tree should wear a,1
"I speak saldti'ascuL'"Some golf: which, :together a g o od iPicked Ten 000'200 ' ;
hungry to see your face. That will be able'to 'Wrtatheirifcaadsvat'iiVbnt ''thVtemhaimers\ and Cigarette Wil- O-2 1 8 .and I pound my own, .typewrite ,([ine.big] Ltassiere bearing its.Latin i r-
make him a man wjta/ the men may ,handicap, ,make,. them .formidable; i !, : Lopez 002"'003 x-: :5 7J 11 ) -
shepherds and Jjreajt the :Villagers others,.:will. opponents. However. the man,\\M1: (Iip! for the.. .Bakers. Batteries:"Tynes and :'Vallfna I keys'<: > name' ita'propey: name; and it 'by Cabrera Whole'

"Ah! So that was the reason!" soon be yelling Inside the da*nen.I IVfATEO -"." ", wins. 'xvlll have a man-sized: Job regardless r The Funeral Homers will be Ubieta and .;I f.f But'where'are those labels,that were would added'afsa ielp the'a 'lot if to these 1'11.1. ..* P7.ilac. On*.ale'by all
American 'vendors.1UT.POWtI .
murmured Montana. of whether he gives or : minus the great William Cates, . aft'd. .
RUBRIZ,at this time was -I' _
But ''thoagh he smiled, the first 1 takes strokes. and the Busy Bees will not have-

doubt had entered his soul, coldly. sitting in the house of a friend' Because of the tournamentThursday the services of Manolo Aceveilo.: .
at Ihe edge of the town. It wean
He saw that lie would hare'to be on there will be only the The first named is in bed with a
shack,,of 'dobe with only one
his'guard from now on. poor friendly. matches and a bit of bad case of the mumps, and the'latter
room. On a mattress In a corner lay I
As they came through the hills Chiseling on the 'part of a few has a bad finger.
three grimy children sleeping in .
Into new of Duraya the sunset spite of the lamplight that shone In when they are playing for 'skins.' I The Busy Bees will either make
flared and died quickly. It made the fellows
Incidentally, most of the
their faces. I dough out of the Embalmers or,
white walls of the town bloom for will be glad to know the starter
,The wife of the family was undressing the latter will make dirt of the
a moment It made the looping river I i
behind a rag of an old red shop and etc. have now been mov- Bees.
run red. Then the soft twilight rose
curtain.Her husband sat at the table ed to the Country Club where I A collection will be taken
out of the valleys, overflowed the upto :
'
with Rubriz. The peon kept smacking they'll have to go to register and help William Cates
hills Invaded the sky and brought pay expenses
down the stars. his thick lips over his}pnlgne. He plunk down their inazuma. I oVa; trip to Bradenton for a tryout -
looked at his drink with astonishedeyes
I with the St. Louis Cardinals,
They descended Into the plain. and with continued amazement ................. ...... I
Pascual" It is chancy time for
"You tell me Brother a of a life
stared at his guest. For here
said Montana. "Shall I pass as a I the local baseball player and it is
sat a fortune In the skin of a man. CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN I
true Mexican cowboy!" I hoped that the fans will contribute
But to Ofiate, and to Ofiate's family .
"Why not dear friend?"asked the liberally.
the bandit appeared as a good ,
friar. "Your hair Is black. And now dozen
angeL He could trust them absolute I I At present about two
that you hare rubbed a little ot that : baseball fans of this city have
ly. They would hardly allow him to
stain Into your skin,you are as darkas to the ........................1, told the writer they will donate -.. .
spend enough buy
money very ? ..
.. ,' \ .., ..
most. Your hair Is already black, 'r : '
food that he consumed. And they PERSONALS : cue dollar each to help Cates
and as for the blue eyes, those are dreaded almost more than they desired : make, this trip to the training* .
found in Mexico often I
enough. the gold piece which he always Any \tishing to donate
camp. one ;
: LUCILLE You and Mother'wE'reI '
: --- -
"Besides, the red Is the sort .... -- ---
mare - -
.Jeff,behind him" ,hen.he ;dis I .- ''Jim dikes Juicy Fruit .Any.,juaount-tMay.de-<. .by < I : ;
of horse theta fsmons lharro would r
ride. And you hare a suit of yellow appeared. Gum. It gives him just the tacting Roy Hamlin. Frank """I. '. ,
It In the house of OfiaU that to" ,
was
leather with silver spangles all over Rubris El chewing exercise his teeth ney: or Cates himself stlck-1 '._ .
had wished to put Keed

It The good Mexican speech comes also, but Montana refused, point need. 'Ella febl3-ltx !..................
to easily off your tongue that even blank."You'll. ,

I, who know at times, forget,the lie in a soft bed" said STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS:I. ,. SPORT SHORTS .I
truth about you." AND INDIGESTION victims;!
Rubriz,"and you'll sleep sound even
"Tell said Montana I suffer? For relief
me, also why quick j
after the Rurales are In the room!
laughing "if you think that you "Well" Montana would answer, get a free sample of Udga I .. (By OSCAR PITA) :
could ever really open your heart to Tablets a doctor's prescription,
"I'd rather Wake 1Ip and see Rurales I eeee.aae.e..ee.A..e ta
"
a gringo. than: chickens on the rafters and : at Gardner's Pharmacy. i'I Well, it seems as though boxing

After a long pause the friar ald: pigeon the floor." febC-7-8-11-12-13-18-19-20-25-26-. will be revived in Key Weft.

"I can at least try, my friend. All ,Sb now he was verging towardsthe I 27x John Nebo, local fighter, is atl'ing '-
,
the children of God. .
son are one most prosperous Inn In the town, I I to bring the old game back aid
Sol at least tl''t"!
can I and the mare passed like a sheen of STOLEN from all present indications he wl|

red silk through the lamplight that ,succeed.
IN DURAYA they separated. passed out a few steps from door STOLEN-Girl's bicycle at Junior t .
The friar went to the church.: and window. High School building. Reward I '

But the bishop was not there. So he She went daintily, sniffing at the will be paid with no questions Among those at the ringside i Out-Starts IHE giant power fcf tke ew AEJROtYPE
went: to the bishop's palace and !last Monday night's fight, wb
'myriad orders of man and cookeryand asked, for its return to 1020
climbed the stairs which were open dogs and pigs and chickens that Southard street. feb3ltMISCELLANEOUS I..hadn't seen a boxing contest sino Vaporizes> at lowest 'temp r- : '

and unguarded !day and night In crossed and recrossed in the air, besides Pete Nebo last fought in a loci *-( ul ck wa rm-u p- CROWN EtttVL tomes ft m its Complete

order that the poorest of the poor that other scent which some arena, were: William V. Alb ri .

might come to the Bishop Emiliano times made her throw her head highas K. O. Thompson, Mr. and Mn ; minimum choking. Va o1C11d .u..a.v-... :: II &bp 'k>t converted:! 'Iftto

in the little, bare, upper room which she perceived the acrid air from CASH PAID for used furniture. McDermott William Bates, 'Clyd- J

was all that he reserved for himself the mountain desert blown in from 1013 Southard ,tree . Albury and a host of other pope OutClimbsHighest n .
cut of the splendors he might have ,, "'" p 'E ,h'I'' "
afa .. j 1-lmox lar port, fans. 1-; !': lite ) I.< apor" Woo n-Wft wfaI5LU: '
enjoyed. >% rl 9'rlet er 1\< b'ss. [,1 w th fJI a k Y"/ ft Utikiiofk; ( rating .

That was why little Blshor Emiliano. FOR RENT I ,n ";" dtfeVed'for ahd l' : :i" : .I 'bi JtbJ '
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kneeling with only I left leg thrown over the high pommel r The JRojas-'Tarzan) ton test. tea rev r . service ] 4 ;account ttiW gatf>ttnt. .. ecoHdiay toi
ppfirayer of'tha wUHeJ< t6J der{ otn t '
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two candles tofiignt the wooden I 5 OFFICES in the Hell iBuild-; a a'n'dy. Tarzan ,almost' topplei i + c '-no cjlrbor; *knocks. .,. "" I *-'
his arm a guitar which he had picked l r. : : '( I' of "
cross on the naked w**pi his room, I up sb.aPf\n.\+ a p.1gw 1k t\ Ving, ;?1Duval.street1 ;"AJply to Rojas witVi. smashing- tight haw J' , use.fueLNoinCTca. ; t etlV unmixed.wtth tkefit
paid no heed the friar entered { -1 : the f n second I' :' < t t> : - '
when It was tunVd, h't! Vmlck'b'Uf a feY L F. W. Roberts. 8 SfjOljviastreet. to found .: O it..CJIt'.es. ; : .:" '
and kneeled in tnrn The poor often soft chords and then let bU voice f e\1 .12tx then Rojas lqr at him with murder ,i '" I d I : '

did this. start ringing In a very old Spanish I in, his eyes and'sent the 'king Has the 'highest specifcca- cinplicc8ell8foirotilytwocents >
The bishop was only vaguely BICYCLES i fWE of the jungles down with a terrific ,
song. dons ever applied to motor, ';" __ ,!_
aware that another presence was That song penetrated Into the Inn blow to the head for the full a gaUbn tnftfe '&aa"rowa UII 01tIlCe
there, and it time before RENT the Hour Day or gasoline.
was some of Miguel Santos, where every chair by count in the third round. I
he looked over and found that around the little tables was filled' Week: Repair all makes and '

Brother Pascual had returned to paint them with Nu-Enamel. We r Out-Ahead
and cgaret! butts lay about every.where ,
him. He started and John Nebo surely pulled a surprise
up at once went on the earthen floor, and the carry a full supply of partsAgent
to the kneeling giant lamplight showed nothing very for the Rollfast Bicyclesand when he scored a knockout Virtually gum.free--no

Give me your blessing," said the low $1.00 over the husky Ramirez ia tie
sell them as as
clearly except the faces of the dirty sticking valves to
friar,earnestly,without rising. playing-cards: and the lower twists per week. J. L. Stowers :Music third round of their six-round e S.t -. gummy or
Even his knees he almost t counter. loss of
on was and whorls of smoke. Company. janl8-lmo cause power.
as tall as the bishop. "Give me a
had
himself
Miguel Santos step-

have blessing of a special grace, for I ped out from behind Ms little .bark, FOR SALE I Some of the ringside seateta OutstandingPositively r
done a thing that will bring
and had into the small back
gone
yelled foul when
ranch evil on my country. TRAILER FOR SALE : Ramirez wrfct NEW fuel
serious CAMP a -unlike
room where the more games down for the
ninth tie
"What count in
thing have done?
you of chance were In pror1ss.CoIJIriJIt. II second round and amazingly superiorto
asked the bishop. CAMP TRAILER completely but the Miami boy CROWNEl

"I have helped bring into Mexico ( JJU. Harper 4 Brothers) equipped aCC modates four. refused to kick. 'I fr r any gasoline heretofore

a terrible man." said the friar. "I Tomorrow, Montana meets Roilta.plflor.a Call Lou Smith's Service Station I 80 d.
h-:; : ,
febll-3tx
Phone 522. Joe says not like to
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' I : complain about fouls. He father

eeaeaaaaaaeeaea Seeeeeee 1 ] ;: >orn at 'Omaha, 64 years : FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved i let it ride until another meeting E I \ /
.' Real Estate in the City of
<
I airt Ramirez went .
Todays BirthdaysJoseph >; I to Miami yesterday :.
Key West 129 acres of land on I where he will into training far L
go
................... .... I Dr. Kirtley F. Mather Harvardgeologist the Florida Keys. Apply to F. a bout in that city. Then he wll

C. Lincoln of Villa: born in Chicago 47 W. Roberts, 803 Olivia street. 'come back to settle his dispute .: HI MM

Nova Pa, and Chatham, Mass., years ago. febll12txAUTOMOBILES 'I with John, who promised him : .

noted novelist of Cape Cod, bornat M FOR SALE return match any time. al} ,, ,

Brewster Mass, 65 years ago. Dr. Dugald C. Jackson Mass, -

Institute of Technology: electrical PONTIAC DE LUXE SEDAN William V. Albury Jr., son ef FOR"YDUR MOTOR: ::

Dr. John R. Turner, economist- scientist born at Kennett Square 1929 six wire wheels good the local attorney had a'good time 1 b

president of the University of Pa., 70 years ago. tires. Looks fine and is in excellent all by himself in Monday night's

West Virginia, born at Matville, condition. Bargain, $175. fight program. After every bout j
W. Va., 53 years ago. Lewis H. Brown president of Also Chevrolet Roadster 1929 the cute little tot would run bVet r

Johns-Mansville, born at Cheston, 'running car, $120. ,Call i
nice to ;where Charles Sales, official
James Iowa, 41 years ago. Lou Smith's Service Station timekeeper. sits and rings the bell
M.
Thomson of New Orleans Phone 522. febll-3tx for:the next bout to be prompt. STANDARD: OILlfKOR COWMW"
newspaper editor-publisher, Leopold Godowsky, famed pian- !
born at Summit Point W. Va. 57 Russia
ist and composer, born in EMPLOYMENT WANTED .
yean ago. 65 years ago.Lily Charles Lnnn Sr., popoter .> ...t "
TYPIST-Young man desire* sports fan was among these at '

t Victor Roae-:; : of Philadelphia - )[. Ritchie of Hingham, part or full time employment the. ringside lat Monday night 6ATED-IN 'KENT, .".*!*. ., !!tr ... r

economist and 613 Margaret. street Mrr Lunn enjoyed the fight 'program ., '. -' I
writer, one- Mass.. author, born at Bloomington - T'I;
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Unit Omaha, Nebr., .newspapere HL, 68 years: ago. ,feb8-9-ll-13-15-18-20x thoroughly:" 1 >

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*......................................e......... ....................................... DIACONSI I Administration Leaders present session and may do so in

CHILD WELFARE PERSONAL 'I KS IN PACIFIC I I Facing Great Problems this instance.

SOCIETY ..........._.__.__.._--_.,.............. .I
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: : -: LECTURE WILL BE
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Mrs. W. L. Bates left yesterday E. H. Gato, who (Continued I from Page One) (Continued from Page One) MONROE THEATERTom

for Miami to spend a short vacation a few days in including Lieutenant Com that wages should not be paid on' Brown-Anita Louise in
Nina Leslie Editress GIVEN THURSDAYTO Wiley, member of these work relief projects which'would
de Lisa with relatives and friends. yesterday : -as a BACHELOR OF ARTS
'PHONE 752-J, Gato and daughters Rear Admiral. C. Day's Naval induce men and women totshun Joe E. Brown in'

................................................. Mrs. Ernest Mullins, who was and members Anita of, who the ..1 of Inspection and Survey. offered.private The employment basic thought when back" SIX DAY BIKE RIDER
BROADCAST AT 2:15 spending several weeks with her The Macon made several short of the entire Matinee t Balcony, lOc; Orchestra
is to
proposition
Many Make Reservations For IN AFTERNOON; P.-T. A. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cruz with Mass.his, and father Frank in : in the east after going in workers off public works and get 15-20c; Night, 1S25cOverSea

and other relatives, left yesterday : commision. June 23. The huge back into private employment.Just --

Valentine Ball Tomorrow NightAmong ,MEMBERS TO ASSEMBLE AT afternoon. for her home w in I Mrs. Thomas airship with Commander Alger H. how successful labor will t

HARRIS SCHOOLThe Pensaco .' daughters, Misses I in charge and 73 persons be in forcing its demands on the Hotel

the socially prominent' special novelty presentation will arrived in Key \V started on October 12 senate remains?to be seen. The

who have made reservations to exhibited in the form of young Mrs. Robert Smith left yesterday I from their borne in I from Lakehurst, N. J., and reached small republican minority is
attend the .Valentine Ball to be Chick'Ellis and his Cuban Rhumb second lecture on Child afternoon for :Miami to spenda are the. guests of her new bqse at Sunnyvale, powerless unless supported by a 917 FLEMING STREET
held tomorrow evening- Casa3larina Band. This band composed entirely I while with relatives. This is their first ; Calif., on October 15, after an sizable group of democrats. ROOM running water _. $1.00
broadcast 2:15
Welfare will be : I
With the White House
are Mayor and Mrs. 'William 'of Cuban juveniles who givea ,West in:six yean. uneventful flight along the south standingfirm ROOM, with bath 1.50
o'clock fternoon and all the odds
JI. Malone, Mrs. S. S.< Dur- creditable performance and who tomorrow Ronald Baker left yesterday route of 70 hours and 17 min would seem to be WEEKLY RATES
fee, Mrs. Kay MacCullough, of have been heard on the radio on members of the Parent-Teacher afternoon for Miami for? a short utes. There she participated in I I in the administration's J4\iprj'JThe;;; Newly) Renovated
CUBA
senate however
New York City; Dr. and Mrs. several'occasions.' T Association are requested to be business visit. the Pacific fleet maneuvers in No-I shown, already has New EquipmentNew

,Ceo. F. Glass, of Cleveland, Ohio; The above, together with sev- at the Harris School auditoriumat vember. The :Macon cost $2-I much a it tendency to do pretty Management
as pleases during theBumsteadsWorrnyiup
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thanhauser, eral! other seasonal and enjoyable that time. Mrs. Clements Jaycocks, Jr., 118 450,000. I
NO CLEANER HOTEL
of Sands Point Long Island; Mr. numbers, will form the dinner All parents of children interest. left yesterday afternoon for a
and Mrs. C. H. Stuart, Mr. and floor show to be presented. As ed in the development of the child visit with relatives in Miami. NEVER LEFT HOME ANYWHEREPANOPTIK

Mrs. Julian Langner and :Miss usual, dance music following the are asked to be present and listento Steamship Cuba
and i I OTTAWA Ill-During;: the To rUldrm urri .f BMr" 1V1wore
Mary Louise Suottswood, and dinner will be arranged pre the highly edifying and educational itrrrtton .
sented Richard Principale director Ludy Acosta, well known dia-day for Havana whole of her life, which she spent PAILM. Itmntto are 'Marrllr.U.IT.... e.oe.w JIIt..K.a
by ,
many others. talks being given in this 'r ......
Mt f HANTUMV. H e..tai. tan
mondball arrived yesterday farm 15 miles from this
Marina Orchestra. player class passengers, a city, bind . .
This affair, the last large and of Casa ablY jrnuv I* 54.14.rsgwb.r.
program. to play with the Busy Bee Miss Elizabeth Brown, 79, never .r "r ...ti. ... a butt*.
The affair is looked forward to |and ton of
brilliant event to take place pre Last week the attendance was one !t' C. A.miwM.. II. O. ruiMUIoateFAST ..
,team tonight. left her home. She died .
ceding "La Semana Alegre" celebrations eagerly by local society, members very small. It was learned that I I sacks of mail.Steamer recently.BEARUP'S
beginning next week, is of the Key West winter colony I quite a number heard the lectureat i Oriskany '/"
expected to be colorful and enter. and also a number of visitors who home. This is not the objectof Ike Wolkowsky, who was in DRY CLEANING FREIGHT SERVICE "
taming to a high degree.It have arrived early for next week'scelebrations the lecture, it was pointed out Key West for a few days with ard Fruit and 0'I WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. t.
j relatives and friends, left yester- is due Friday from PHONE 152M. dec20 1
has been announced that aI I to The Citizen.
The idea is to have parents, day for his home in Miami. I: consigned to the : NEW YORKM'BOSTON BIFOCALS
for fuel oil. Chest Colds
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teachers and all others interested. I pany ., No No !
:" O Van ijeuseTl/d1: the ship+will sail i f1\MiUet t tntLt E tl; r tt I stumbling jumps
"GardenClub Arranges Plans assemble in groups at'' the' auditorium ur Robert stf \ H he correct' ( positioning of its
I ; Mexico.\ h6 1'' !lJight th!b q diekl i y. C'
I .' hear the lectures in unison. rectorum 1 I I optiAt t eVtiWr makes Panoptikan
}l{ mulsion combines 7 helps in one.
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For Flower: SI4ne iljWeek have a "general discussion of the ; Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto From Key West alternate Fridays easy bifocal for patients to
arrived,yesterday for,the :purpse6f '
i I theme' of the'talk'and report on take. No narcotics. Your own I From New York alternate Taesiu.ic.ittv "get used to. Jump of image
the'reactions'- f the groups to the :making the Jlcilicatory sptjchat dmggj'tlt(t* i isr authorized, 4U \i 'It has been requested:' by the''I requested to telephone 1 l Mrs. Rob-; ideas'advanced ';the:aquariun'ceremonies; Sjn-; your fa6ney od'the ''spo'ft your \ ms \ tance portion into the segmentis
that Lord at'g5t t ,/'ttnd arrangementswill I s' re JURY'S Boston alternate5aturdajrs
Key West Garden Club I ert > day. cough or cold is not relieved by eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs
townspeople cooperatt in the plans be'made it&; pick borne'up'is t' ". JadvPALACE( f onJl!: t
and their
in true
TkA1LROADOFFICIALS
T y/r
lfEll'EST
for the Flower'Show to') be held quickly ,.acJ> sf Wek) ,' -5 fjjci, : ; *blrk'Graciela: Mendoza wifeofJ. rrom.. .. 'v.. ..g7l rrir.. and normal steps appear positions.
next week by donating' any palms All of, Key West has respondedin I A. Mendoza, chancellor of he I Death from Nest second day '.U..I...

they may have to be used to dec- a praiseworthy manner to the PAY Cuban Consulate and son, lln- verdict of the jury I DR. J. A. VALDES
CLYDEMALORYtrie
the Public Library and Garden Club's previous requestsfor
orate visiting relatives
ry, who were Victoria Ca Orthogon Soft-Lit License.
Tom in
Tyler
and assistance to *
grounds. cooperation Tampa, returned on the Cuba ys- colored who was "*"-
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make the Flower Show an event of l C. K. SMITH[, Agest.Key 532 Dnval StreetP&O
These palms will aid materiallyin VISIT TO CITYBOTH terday. the home at 704 SILVER BULLET West .
forming a setting of tropical rare beauty and charm. Monday evening. I
beauty for the show, and it is assured The club will meet again tomorrow Mrs. Allan Gray,-of PhAlaol-\ Jurors were: Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 10-20c ,- -

by the club that any palms morning at 9:45: o'clock at AGREEABLY SURPRISED , phia, came in by train yesterayfor Emerito Gomez, I .-'
of the Woman's Clubhouse on Di-
donated will be given the best a visit with Lieutenant W.B. vedo. Clements
care and will be returned to their vision street, where last-minute AT MANY IMPROVE- Jackson. U. S. N., and Mrs. Jzk- Harry Pritchard KEY WESTCOLONIAL STEAMSHIP
the will be perfected for the
owners at the termination of plans at their quarters in the nal They met in the
son
Flower Show. show, and to which meeting all MENTS NOTED IN PROGRAMOF station. Justice Rogelio HOTELIn UNITED STATES FAST

Those! persons having palms and members, as well as any interested REHABILITATION ex-officio, 4 o'clock MAIL, ROUTES FOR

willing to donate them for use are persons, are invited to attend. ,within a short the Center of the Business PORT 'TAMPA
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. F. Cherry'Coturned -HAVANA-WEST INDIES
from New Smyrna whre} :verdict and Theater District Effective April 27, 1933
Railroad officials who were visit called because of he I Leave Key We t.for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays 12:20P.
they were ..
Will Be Held First Class Fireproof M.
Valentine -
I Party tors to Key West yesterday were illness of a brother of Mrs. Clr- ITCHING Lean Havana
Sensible Rates for Key West Wednesday and Saturday
Sterling B. Taylor, chief surgeon ry. 9:00 A. M.Leave. .
Thursday At St. Paul's Parish of the New York Central Lines, Burning.so COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN 1 Key West for Port Tampa Wednesday and Saturdays I
of Columbus, Ohio, and E. D. MV. and Mrs. Charles P. soon relieved.and 1 6:30 P. M.

A Valentine party will be held The program is iu follows: : Disque, general agent of the pas- boom, who left Key West Ilte'l with r Garage Elevator Tickets, Reservations. and laforaatloM at Ticket Office .* tie t
senger department of the same Fla. Iv- Deck 'r.... 71 .
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Selection, Sam Goldsmith. time ago for Pensacola I I
Musical duet, Will and Charles lines, with headquarters in Jack ing been called there owing to heillncBA esi n Popular Prices I J. H. COSTAR.. Af.al. ,
St. Paul's Parish Hall under the
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RnJgrtl 80n4 nf ]\\.1". HoReboom's.,nCciYwho ,
BRCM.il, inree MtiKC ne> eAficzscu: uitiiiheives as :
A good program has been arranged and Out," Dorothy Hjort and being very much interested and died later, returned to {ey

which is expected to attract Emil Sweeting.. 'agreeably surprised at the many West last evening over the.igh.j I trllllllllllll.rll. 'IIIII.!'..1.C1111111IIIIIIIIIIII'.4VII.'IIIIIIIIII.JIi

a large crowd. Burlesque debate. Resolved: changes for the better noticeableon way. They were accompan'd on
Those in charge have arranged That halitosis the trip home by Mr. Hogero'8
is a greater menaceto every hand in the city, and see
games for the affair that wil: father and sister.
assure
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our country than dandruff no reason why the ends in view
everyone attending a good I Debaters: Emil Sweeting and Sam of the emergency relief adminis- S
time. Refreshments will be served. :Goldsmith. tration will not be realized.DEMOCRATS WOMAN, 87, NEVER TRED

-TAKES IROl' DAILX .

Junior Club I Everready Star TO "I am 87, go to chuch: and attend
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Holds parties and do net get a bl DO YOU KNOW
MeetingThe I Club Meets MEET IN TAMPA tired. I eat and sleep well, thanks
to Vinol iron tonic.*-Mrs. ll.

Junior Woman's Club of A meeting of the EverreadyStar Batdorf. Vinol tastes fine! Oriei.WN- S _

Key held a West business yesterday meeting afternoon at theWoman's '' Club was held yesterday afternoon POSTMASTER GENERAL FAR tal Pkarmacy. IS That for the small sum of
at the home of Mrs. Paul
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Club building, which; LEY AND GOVERNOR DAVE I ,
Mesa
meeting was well'attended, an.11]I: 1211 Washington street. e ewe
during which many matters of I: Following the business meeting SHOLTZ TO GIVE TALKS I One Dollar down and One Dollar month
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importance were discussed. j I at 4 o'clock a social hour took per

The social meeting of the]I,place, during which Mrs. Mesa ,
Junior Woman's Club will take!:served refreshments.The (Special to 'l'he Cltlxra) i t will install a fully enameled ,
place on Friday afternoon of this TALLAHASSEE. Feb. 13.-The GOES THE PRICE OF S

week at 5 o'clock in the Club- ,f meeting; ,was very well attended program for the two-day conven- '

house on Division "street,' with I a od'aijlexpressed! themselves tt> i n ,npa,February| 5-16 of SHAVING COMFORT GAS

Mrs. Katherine ''Thompson, 'Miss! all'having had "most-'eK!' t\tn!: moCTdric eftibs of MODERN,,,,, RANGE; ,

Louise Lee and Miss Wilhelmina joyable aft, + l6ori.4 1 nusur: ::Gucuta. Florida, is to be featured by ad- I I ISHAVING 4-12 t AEBDICL j ,", < A l| ,I Iiriyour : ; .' .';;,::;.t .
Goehring acting as h'o tdses -4.< to f ,itl'uom. t:' jjofMrs. : ; drrtses'bjf? ;Postmaster General II I \ :: hometristdllaiion'free . 0
Jatnes'A. Farley1' and "Governor ; ; L U
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Mc I Dave'Sholtz'of:Fl rida.r Miorei, K l i \' u ''f ,;'J.. 11.1 . ).0" '". '' ,. '
Pythian -Jf.
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Sisters OftC lIllv.cfeSll\ J 'I' ; .
t'.\ "> DtAner \S ,'This' announcement was 'made r .,OM 'I. WIC| J..I" ... : ... i.q ,
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Tea '
Party ., \ here today: by'W.-. Smith;''btatc S.

A Valentine Tea Party was' ftQ.Y. Robert'1'. Menner a yesterday president.,of the1"'organization.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee:, 0' .., YOU-,CO TIME, TO PAYONEJU! ) 1Li.ARcmttIM if'UN11f: ;::.:

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evening entertained an in.

held Fleming Pythian on Monday Sisters street. at evening the hall by the on Ii formal Duval dinner street.yarty at her homeon Today's Horoscope I SS THE PURCHASE PRICE IS PAID IN FULL


The game of hearts was!! Guests at the dinner party included ....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee sS '

played, with Mrs. Arvin Elwood Colonel Arthur Snyder, a This day promises a person of sq. S
winning first prize for highest II distinguished visitor to the considerable mental ability, charit- <, At such .
city; v s astoundingly low terms and af-
prices cannot S
score and JCrs. William Sands be. Captain able, benevolent, with deep sympathies you
ing awarded low-score prize. and Mrs Ernest C. Bo- for the unfortunate. Push, ford to deprive your family of this MODERN\ CONVENIENCE 'h ,

Delicious refreshments mar, M4. and Mrs J. J.: Trevor to make the personality felt, is comfort hit an aIlI ,

served, and a most enjoyable were eve and Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Eddy lacking and this may cause some in price with the S.. another day. S

ning was had by all atending. adversity when the spirit is weak 'ODOunccmcDColProbakJw '
and the pocket empty; but-strong -the remarkable new double- S : .S
SPECIAL CHURCHSEYICETONIGHT I sea edge razor bkdc.Hunk of it! ,
School Unit effort will give an impetus that S
To
You 25 keen,smooch-sha.-
get
I will hold till mark is made c. A TELEPHONE CALL
a on WILL BRING A REPRESENTATIVE '
ing blades uniform ia qualify,
Meet On Friday the roll of reputation. for wonder
only 59,< You'll
how such fine blades can be ti TO YOUR HOME WITH FULL PARTICULARS OF '

Key Room West"representatives Junior-Senior of High the 'Air" at the the* prayer First service Baptist this Church evening f SHORTERICOLDSA sold Probak for so Junior little money.is the product \ \ -. THIS ASTOUNDING. OFFER. NO OBLIGATION: :; IA:': i.;;:". ::;I' S

School will of unequalled manufacturing ,
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meet ,
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after the' pastor will present' a subject matchless skill \ : :L: ::9IiQI.Jf:: frIWtJ''& "" 'f -" (
methods and
noon 3 o'clock at \.: } t. .
the home ; .
bf that "ought to be:of interest' to This blade is automatically 1 .4. 4 'i'- Y.fl'I0'( ....,. .. .-('
Mrs. Mervin L. Russell, 1108 : :: :t. ., f
everyone, it: (is < e'f'1
said booed and
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tempered ground 1'U' ('
Southard street. G A S "I Vi ''' ?t." S
He will'tell'of'"A Way Out of PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS 4 atropped-giresyouwonderful :
This will be a combined meet. Difficulties." !::4 shariagsadshcdos.ryProbskJunior S' i: g
ing of the P.-T. A. board and and see for yourself.Get : OA6T HOS

room representatives. 11111111..11 VALENTINE DINNER Proliai them today Jrriorlas from your all GilltUtand dealer. J 5 Faster Cheaper -More Dependable I

Kappa Pi Club Notice To Subscribers> DANCEFEBRUARY Probak razors

To Give Dance I .'
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Please .. prompt U papas o

Kappa Pi -Club the carrier who .delirer yourpap. -0- o Jar. p Q. UTILITIES
will
FLORIDA
sponsor a PUBLIC
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Club Valentine on Duval Dance street at the tomorrow Cuban 15 cents aw..lktoetL.paper part Tfc. Citicea. -0- Qo-/ 1

night from 9 till ? and s.D. It t. Loa for 20cents. "Your Gas Company" \
Hi. profit for d.U.. Dinner 7.8 PROBAKluNloR ,
Those in *-
charge state that several ant U 5 }
prizes will be given away during ce U weekly .a ...cianh.criber Dancing 9-12
If
k. U .ot paid
furnished the evening.by Pritchard's Music will be HE loeea. Not Tk. Citisea. CASA MARINA MAD MUS III IIIII.s'IIIIIIIIIIII'.IIIIII
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