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 21, 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: UF00048666:00436
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For. 55 Years Service.Devoted: to the .. w:be, 'J!CJ? ."Wczt ((t"tttcn most country equable; with weather*an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only.14 Fahrenheit

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Moonlight Regatta Of Marine I EXALTED RULER AERIAL FIREWORKS DISPLAY TO BE IMPORTANCE OF I Sheriff's Force InllauptinannProceedings

Craft Will! Be Held Tonight] : _. ---r- Visits Key West

visinro! CITY I colorful display of aerial fireworks . Afire,.Oriental loIagic Fans, Trailing BEINGSTRESSED _. .
Vines. Colored Meteors and -

will bring tomorrow's .activities Radium Effects, Mammoth Interchanged ........................

Colorful Exhibit To Be DEMOCRATIC( MEETWASBIGSUCCESS j ji HAYES ,WOOD AND MEM'BERJ to A close, as Key, West 2-1 Break Bombs, Therab'g MAYOR WM. H. MALONE EXPRESSES ROTARY GOVERNOR Group Coining To City
Dream Giron-
Staged On Water Front : SHIP CROUP WILL ATTEND finishes its.third day in "La Se j dolas. Electric Meteors, Reptilian BELIEF THAT VALUABLE I VISITS KEY WEST Last Night Paid Call

Shells, Magnesium' Wheels. S C.S.....ee eas...........
Along Train And ferry Flowers of the Garden Niagara At The Citizen Office

NIGHT ere to start at 8 o'clock and will bj Falls by Moonlight, Acrobatic Colored STATE WILL BE RECEIVED
OFFICERS ELECTED AT RECENT Shells. Haley's Comet Bombs, This Morning
Slip presented in the Key West YachiBasin. I
I CONVENTIONHELD Comic Shells, The Red White and :$

I Hayes Wood, Exalted Ruler of .' .j'I I Blue. Avalanche of Snow Weeping Stressing the importance of the'tAU

IN TAMPA Miami Elks, and a membershipgroup Willows, Special Device, Inter- Florida Committee's plans for J Included in the arrivalsover
Starting at 8 o'clock tonight the exhibit art I
of the lodge arrived this attending national 45 Break Bombshell. The co-ordinating state advertising and I 1 t

a moonlight regatta, afternoon and will meet jointly being asked to stand when the:: Girdle of Venus Special Fairyland publicity under the direction ofi,: the highway last nightwas

of marine craft, (Florid New Service) ,with B. P. 0. Elks 551 of Key American flag is unfolded, as i!i Illumination. Sunset in the one organization, Mayor Wm. 11.1 the personnel makingup
r a 'TAMPA, Feb. 21.-Election of West tonight 'at 8 o'clock. comes out of a gorgeous red rose,' Alps, The Silver Shower Bursts, Malone, director of the membership
will take place. The color-'officers ( Wonder Batteries, Battle in the campaign to be staged February -, the sheriff's force in Hun-
for the ensuing two years Plans have been under way for and also to stand when the fire- .

ful exhibit is to be staged on brought to a close the biennial several days to make the visiting works portrait of President Uoole.t t Tokio Cloud Shells Bomb,A Special Brisk Engagementon Six Break the 25-March belief that 2,"aside today from expressed the-i 4- ?_- $ terdon County, New Jersey,

. the water-r front with boatsstarting convention of the Young Demo-I:delegation feel have at been home completedfor and arrangements velt is presented.The I the Firing Line, Electric actual publicity value of the display -'' who had charge of certain

crate of Florida, which the Roosevelt Searchlight Shell Grand Aerial the FloridaMemberships
: flag, portrait space which All portions of the proceedingsin
train most evening.
from the ferry i a delightful ',
of the most successful conventions I' the "goose that laid the golden -. Bouquet Grand Cannonade. \ will finance, ',the' -,
I I After the regular business of ,s, $ the trial of.Bruno Richard
slip at-the Florida East t!!ever held. ., refreshments -' egg, and a cock fighrhighlights ;LrQ fact that 100.000 or more citizensithe i .

.. i the meeting is.concluded of ithe.[ .firework. *,-..pro- campaign goal total-have Hauptmann, ;who was re-
in :
Coast docks'passing i review B. :F. ,Mizell 'of.Gainesvillewaselected consisting of punch, sal I :CUB AN!DELEGATESARRWEJN of
gram. signified their support, will bq i
at Miami-KeywWest; ., )to ,succeed, .R. ads, olives and crackers will be I I, The entire list displays arQ incalculable value. A list of 100- centjyuconvictedjofinmrdcr-; ,

: Airways barge. Smith of ,Tallahassee....B.JC.>Eob-} served.' t shown below. No programs will be CITY 000 citizens on our membership inc\the kidnaped infant 'of
erts was named;National Committeeman Others in the visiting group besides distributed at ,the r exhibit tomorrow , roster will show: the nation that
Aquatic scheduled, .:for Exalted Ruler Wood are:l : Florida." I I Colonel Charles.Lindbergh, ,
sports and Floridians believe in
and,Miss FJora Furon. National readers .are requested
this'afternoon as.. >one event in ; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson, Mr. to clip the following and.retain # Final details for the handling; I and who .wassentenced to
"La\* Semana.)Alegre't! ..have been f Democratic Committeewoman and Mrs. H. L. Harmon, C. J. Sen-!l it until tomorrow night: j COME HERE FOR MEMORIAL of the campaign are being ironed
die in. electric chair
postponed until tomorrow at'I for two-year terms. erchia, Frank Marks, Charles Opening; Saluate, Grand Illumination I t EXERCISES TO BE HELD out, throughout the state, this I :' on

12:30 p. m., it was announced! Highlights of tne convention included -] Grossart, D. C. Merritt, Dr. DanC. I: of the Grounds, Aerial I II week, and leaders in the organization -! March 22 for the crime com

this morning. The postponementwas a banquet in honor of Postmaster I Eskew, J. A'. Baxter, Thomas I Fla'h Maroons, Victory Bomb- I ON SUNDAY today expressed the aSur-1 Cade Q. Thatcher -:1-.1..1: mitted.

made because of cool General James A. Farley, J. Seeley, W. P. Mooty, A.. T. rhell, powerful Electric Canopy. ance that the drive, opening Monday ' To Be Guest At Local

weather.In I I followed by an entertainment program -: Handler, Sam II. Harris Frank' Popping Corn. Amongst the Clouds,1 \ would be pushed to a fmuh Luncheon This Evening I Those comprising the party are

the event it is still cool) tomorrow i at the Moulin Rouge Friday Pierce, Ralph Yutts and Tom J.'The panopy of the Starry Flag1. Members\ of the Cuban delegation : -I in record time."Business A. Keith Barrowcliff. under hcr-

another postponement:I evening. Kelly. Electric Shells. Combination of I coming to Key West for tne conditions at present ROTARY GOVERNOR : iff of Hunterdon County; John

will be'made.. I Governor Dave Sholtz addressed Geysers, Visitors from Mar, The memorial exercises Sunday commemorating according to reports from j, Painter, deputy sheriff in chargi

Tennis and golf tournament the convention the Saturday BRINGS IN Prospector's Dream, Sunburst the anniversary of many source, are better than at.' of the press; Oden Bagg&trom.
I morning session and made an eloquent CUBA arrived TO CITY deputy sheriff in charge of the
finals are scheduled for tomorrow Shells. Aurora Borealis. Crystal "El Grito de Baire" yes any time in the last three years." | COMING I
plea for party unity for the terday from Havana aboard theS. jury, and Paul Alvater deputy
hasbeen The Cuttle-
morning, and the afternoon Fountain, Pyrotechnic I said Mayor Malone. "This makes
:welfare and advancement of the 157 PASSENGERS,! S. Cuba. sheriff i in charge of the courtroom
Race of the Airships, DragonFlies
given over to an observance I ish. the opening of the campaign; next THIS AFTERNOON
of George Washington's birthday state. I j i The Temple of Flora Pearly t Those in the group included Dr. week most propitious. A fact that I .
anniversary. I' Congressman J. Hardin thegovernor's (''Pendltnh.. Specical Myriad Effects,J.! Juan R. O'Farrill, representing!; it appealing particularly to Floridians Accompanied By Rir..
also backing
Speakers at at tomorrow's exercises son for cooperation up I' VESSEL SAILED FOR TAMPA Forest Fire!, Floral Batteries. the association! of Cuban Revolu- in this program is the ,i t: The group, accompanied byCaptain
are Mayor William H. Malone -:; plan Sweet Violets. Revolving Moon tionary Emigres, who is the of- strersinj: of the state's potential i iadnntage WILL ARRIVE OVER HIGH. 'o! Police Everett: Uivss,

whose subject is. "Why We and Total unity.registration for the convention CARRYING 27 TRAVELERS Circles The Beautiful SouthernrCroUl ? tidal delegate; from Cuba; Dr. .'. f WAY| OFFICIAL WILL BE t.' paid a pleasant call'at The Citizen -

Celebrate George Washington's,i 199 an increase of I II i Mi.rio F. Aguilera, chief statistician "While the advertising proposed I I f 1 office this morninfr and: conversed -
Birthday." and Dr. William R. was the con- War Signal The Polychromatic) in the department of education with funds raised by the securingof I GUEST AT LUNCHEON TO, with the publisher and

Warren, whose subject is "George t 25 vention percent held over in Orlando.PHILATEUCUNIT previous. I 1 Canopy. The Maltese Cross Amer-1 in Cuba, and also" hief oratorin 100,000 memberships at $1 1., BE HELD THIS EVENING I staff of the paper relative to many

Washington, the Man Who Daredto I Cuba the andO. lean Beauty Roses, Heavenly.) the Masonic Lodge there, and I each will naturally attract thou-j) of the activities and Itera aflho
of P.
Experiment." M. E. Gilfond.! Steamship from I Searchlights. Orange Blosromr! ,| Major Crescencio Cabrera, repre-,. sands of visitors, the campaign is . .. rensational trial which rwas attended .
acting administrator of the district -'' i S. S. company', trrived first. IVectrie Spiders, Aerial Beehive,* renting the Cuban Army of Lib-i,:piimarily designed to secure home-!t f 'by thoaandts40f/people; ;
here of the Florida ERA. t'"topreside. ; Havana yesterday with 132: Whistles and Chafes, Battle in th(,:eration.. Major Cabrera is ae- The 1G2 and E. G. Thatcher, governThir... from all sections of thuntrf',,
re( ers. newspapers
Musical numbers wjllt!! .. class and six second class passen-; Cln4...SJielLFierg now. Starm!I I. ompaQ- :dJ"Y. h.eon.. _..........':... 1 l oTher rcO p r&trng' publicityagen1ciej \'U" t.\R lr .....ltr-ait, IhaltA".1f 11\, .
,._ t eo&flYThT1CiWst, Host*- -TO MEET-FRIDAY!gum for Key'West; 17 fltrfanthjtwo : for Floral'and Star Battery. Jacob's I I The group will remain here t aiding in the campaign have j r tiona\\. will arrive this! afternoon i what great care was,exercised' in

piUllty Band under the direction, I second class passengers Ladder. Combination Squibs. Pyrotechnic through the remainder of "La':i outlined a program to tress all the i iI I over the highway and be the guest ,, all matters ptrUtnnig the trial
Tampa. Of the'157 passengers Bouquet. The Heaven j I r'Semana Alegre." AM l and its surrounding; one of the
of Alfred Barroso. major material advantages :
there were 13 aliens. S i J I| of Key West Rotarians. j I II
Yesterday's activities in the H. MORGENTHAU EXPRESSES I Florida, to all the world. group displayed pass cards med!
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week of joy included a massed EXHIBITION ( The vessel sailed for Tampa at 1 1l "I believe this is the first time 1 1I ,I As the passengers arriving byj: during the trial in'' which the details -
HOPE KEY WEST 6:30 o'clock with 27 I No Name Key will noi.
passengersand to
ferry stressed to such extent -
drill and setting-up exercises by in the hi-tory of the state that I, t tI were ap
school children, boat race, the WILL BE SUCCESS freight. [l TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1I ) Floridians have: had an opportunity be able to reach the city unti'midaftcrnoon whereby it was necessary to

opening of the annual flower show I,I Steamship Ceiba, of the Stand- : to unite under one banner, ina I the regular luncheon I-htve the panel stamped a. m. and
Fruit and Steamship Com I those having occasion to
at the Public Library, and a masquerade ard 1 unified campaign for development of the Key West Rotary Club ; p. m. by
street dance.COMPLETE I The coining Stamp and Coin pany, is due in port tomorrow I I Florida Fair of the entire commonwealth.The enter the court room and otherpremises
from!! Temperature : tonight and Fri- wit! be held! .:i tne ParKh Hall nt ;;
the court's ju'bdiction. -
morning within
I i Exhibition of the Key West Philatelic night New York Saturday, consigned to the Porter --, Highest _.............-.,-----71 Jry; rlowly rising temperature in practicability of the programis 'I C(i o'clock this evening. I. .

SURVEYON ]i Society has aroused interest Dock Company. ,!I Lowest ............_..-j..tiLMetn -59 central and north portions. evidenced by the fact thatFlorida's : Rotarian Thatcher: was born in I Str..u. Duty
I in all parts of the United : .__... ._.._,__C5 newspapers have alicady I
fuel oil -
I I| The ship will take on ( their columns Buffalo N .Y.. end educated in tho The members of the party stat
States. I roabt' ) i donated space in
WHITE\ HERON ,, Among the messages received and afterward sail for Frontera,I Normal Mean ,- 71 J .'r-s / ; valued at more than $200,000 forts public school of that city. He was j..I td that .the 10 -drawn out trial
Mexico. I Rainfall t I It t
I|by the president, Commodore von I .' l I t : furtherance." graJuatcd from George Williams proved to be very strenuous on
I .0 Ins. ( ..u't
Mietk-Liuba, H. D. W., is a letter Yesterday's Precipitation 1 I the many officials and others in
H in in 1915.ii
College Chicago
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Normal Precipitation .06 Ins. I I
in which Secretary of the NAME WINNERS IN' \ _.. attendance, with every precautiontaken .
{ Thl rrcorU raters Zl-hcnr pnlolli (\ ) SEAMAN BROUGHTTO >r 1.; years he was in YMCA and
United States Treasury Henry I ratling at M o>lork this .. \I to maintain order pro
BON SOCIETY WORKS ON Morgenthau, Jr.. expresses hope i Tomorrow' Almanac i I r ? work serving in various: : capacities vent any untoward 'demon*!rations
DRILLS BY SCHOOLSDIVISION I ... in Buffalo, Chief go, Dayton and while the was in .
that the exhibition will be. a EUCces&ful t.t PORT TODAY case pro
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6:56 t..t -
FLORIDA KEYS Sun rises a. m. / )' .. . Van Wcrt, Ohio. Since 1926 he .
and satisfactory event for I Sun sets _____ 6:25 p. m.1 I-''I''y5/ '. &. ,--J; __."....,."i'. < ,, has been secretary'of the Vero gress.
Key West. I Moon rUes: __..__10:11: p. m. ;:...,... .; .,. l ...": "..-.... 'I ." I, Each and every member of the
" The regular meeting of SCHOOL J.I t:: "t: 'J Bca h Chamber of Cotr.roereci I' themselves a*
ir. next STREET Moon sets ....___ 8:57: a. m. PLACED MARINE, group expressed
Fair IN
Alexander Sprunt rcpre- the pociety will be held at 7 p. m.I'' Continued I HOSPITALI I I He. i i- ietmotUaUriipatt! ; 'v4dentoL having''exeQedirgl1J'delfF1itedIon '
tentative,of. the Audobon Society. on Friday at, the society's headquarter -t AND CONVENT TAKE Tomorrow' Tide& Tonight **"' Cool TillS MORNING ,,10RTREATMENT: Ui.XIoridiathruir1ft'cia1 i&ore.tajes .' thelr'vMt' to'KeWertand'reZ'
for thw &Ou\heJo..Dil.t.ti; t, has completed A.M. P.M. \ > 4'atS4)sbO/l'of.tho! ,Cen'trloyjdii : ;
Mrs. Everett L. Saw 1P 'ferve4tspee1aD 'to'the'ri'h1h
$ : Jacksonville': )
).,.hit, tur\ertQfi; the keys se yer will give a ,brief talk on;"Air PRIZES High ........._,...L: 1 t:.{8 Straits: i! I } COuntitiChambetofICommerce..fla..hasbeoscharter pit*lity of the!pe p''*"'and1the'dSd.
curing, data on, ,itheu colonies and Post Stamps of the United States." Low .........._.._ 5J34 6:12: Moderate tQ''fresh northeast and li i (Jlfehtfut'climate,''found"er .
habitat, ot the gn: white heron. Barometer 8 a. rn.-today: east winds weather fair tonight!: M' mt-UN np .nrp lttJBcactjhd 1, "aW I

Mr. Sprunt arrnod o>exi: :the Wlnnci* in the school drill and I Icttingup 1 Sea level 30.36. .,,1 ,'\ and Fri ay. i I Carl Daniels, member of tli2 YJn1Vtrt.D."lWrvtA : ;The''mis;NW'3ereer'vlor"to make a'Veturnuip;' wthe"
highway. .unday ,afternoon. .,&.ml PROF. E. TAYLOR exercises staged yesterday -; I Marion Adle of ( rm :J ta Aftl.1\ )ast 'ri < I I city 1 Ka$ Giuf: Moueretc. northeast crew of the Tug ,, 'Island i City" at!>he' fir t opportunity -,
children of the .,
with King Gororii'btartedia I a survey by school i\ Lowest High'estStation and V: M east ' moder-i t Miami, was brought to' the city U j t t chlbll,1 Ii ''Ji afforded.
al of the: keys between were announced this morning. Last' wind. shifting to I i *fle wapresident of 'the Vero
,of l"| BE SEEN HERE: Night Yesterday j I this'morning.
Key West and No Name Key. Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida I' Abilene ........_ 52 72 ate south over north portion FrJc'ay. -! lie was accompaned; by a nurse Peach Club for 1927-28 and secretary -

On one of the keys, designatedas i iII Emergency Relief Administrator, I' Atlanta _...._..... 32 54 I I:who attended to his being placed. from 1929 to 1934. H; A. C. L WILL PAYTAXESINADYANCE

Crane Key, 58 nests of the M. E. Gilfond, acting administrator Boston ..._...._ 16 40 I in the Lopez Funeral Home am- edited the weekly bulletin of the

heron were found but only two HOLDER-OF WORLD'S RECORD for the Florida ERA here, andJ. I Buffalo .........- 12 28 WEATHER CONDITIONS bulance and escorted him to the club for over five years.

were intact the others having II FOR STAYING UNDERWATER '! Gerry Curtis, assistant acting!I Charleston ........ 38 58 Marine Hospital for treatment. I I I
been despoiled of young or eggs. administrator i were judges. Chicago __ 26 :30; There has been a decided fall 1 in

Mr. Spcunt: aid yesterday he !i The Division Street school won Denver .............. 4G 74 preaouic throughout the country I jSIXTEMlf t ti
will recommend that all of the in the competition between Detroit ........._ 14 24 between the Rockies and Mississippi -,: JOHN W.\ DAVIES MOVEMENT MADE IN INTER.

keys between Key West and No schools Division Street schoolboys Galveston ...__ 60 .70 River, with a dkturbance, i IN ON PLANE
Name Key be designated as sanctuaries Key Westers and visitors here won in the competition Havana .......,_ 64 centered this morning over the ON VISIT I EST OF SCHOOLS,

for the great white heron will have an opportunity tomorrow -, among bojs. and gftls from the Huron ______ 32 36 i central Plans states, Denver, CoL,'I 1-1HERE I SHOWN

and white crown pigeon, and King to see Professor! Enoch Tay-..! Convent of Mary Immaculate won Jacksonville __ 42 64 I :29.76: inches; while the high prei- NINE PASSENGERS BOOKED

Gomez be appointed as warden for I I lor, who holds the world's record : in the competition among girls. KansasCity __ 42 52KEYWEST I sure area has moved southeastward ,i John W. Davies, former Key

the district. for staying under water. I i Loving cups were presented: children the- . 59 71 to the eat Gulf and south'I Wetter, who is now a traveling i j ON RETURN TRIP THIS i} (Florida N.w. --vico: )

Professor Taylor has come here winners. Approximately the 1.000 exercises, Little Rock ....._ 44 62 I I Atlantic states, Penrtcola andJaeksoqvilbe reprerentative of one of the insurance .. AFTERNOON AVON PARK, Feb. ZI, -Pa1.

COLLEGE HONORS I from the Miami Biltmore hotel to participated in ball field. Los Angeles 48 68 Fla., and Charleston, : companies of the state in tho I ment of more than a quarter million
participate in the aquatic sports staged on the Navy Louisville ___.? 26 40 S. C., 30.44 inches. The only precipitation capacity of home office inspector j jI 1 1I i dollars of school taxes a

which are to take place tomorrowat Miami,__.. 48 74: of consequence duringthe was an arrival in this city iTu ahead of last year was
FOR LOCAL GIRLS' 12:30, p. ra. adjacent to the MANY STORES TO ,Minneapolis ..... 20 24New last 24 hours has been light I,day evening over the highw'l Arriving on the plane from Miami ' promised Comptroller J. )L Lee

Boulevard, near Bayiew Park. : Orleans 54 70 snow in portions the1'northernand '! accompanied/ Mrs. Daieitnd' this morning were 16 passen- by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad )-

-: I His rpecial performance will be New York.,_j._ 18 42 extreme: eastern Lake' 'region .'Glenwood Kircchheiner. ,!1)cv.'t9fMr. : gers as follows. Alfred Schocll- the comptroller announced

ClprrUI. t* Tkr CUUra) in addition to the scheduled OBSERVE HOLIDAY PensacoU _u,..... 50 6-1 and northern New England, and tavieiT") II I kopf, Virginia Schoellkopf, Anette receipt of a wire from W. E.
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., Feb. 2I. : events which are to take place in Pitsburgh "...- 20 ,34 light rains on the Pacific coast| Mr. Davies stated that he was Schoellkopf, Joan Schoellkopf,' Kay general solicitor for th*

-Included among the 309 stu-i connection with the aquatic meet. Salt,Lake City .. 38 62 fromSan Francisconorthward much pleased to be Jack in Key. Arthur II. Clemons Bertha W.' Cout Line replying: the eomp-

dents at Florida State College for I Tomorrow is.the celebration ofWashinlrton's San Francisco ,.50 60 .and in portions of the' Plateau region. West and is spending part of the ,' demons, Herbert S. Copelan.ITharIes !,, troller's recent appeal. in behalfof
I A. Hoi-
Women making the honor roll for I NOTICE ELKSA Birthday and many Seattle __ 44 56 Temperatures 'have risen in time meeting old friends and ac- S. Greealey: Glen the schools.

the first semester of the current! places of business have decided to 1 1i Tampa __._ 50 66 the Plains and west Gulf states, I quaintances. land. Elizabeth Sharpley Zimmer Ernest J t "'Th.AtlAntic Coast Line (fe

term are the Misses Sylvia Guito, delegation from Miami i close at 1 o'clock for the rest of i Washington __. 2-1 44 extreme upper Mississippi Valley. Coe, Fred Hunt George : to come to the 'aid of the
Calein .
Goldie Lewinsky, and Fortuna' Lodge No. 948 will be present at the day. 1 I Williston _._ 16 42 and Lake Superior region, with HOLIDAY NOTICE I man. Ethel Zimmerman Johnson. happy schools in their present financial

Lopez, of Key West. t: our regular meet on Thursday,!I Joe',Pearlman. president of the readings 26 degrees above normalin Bentley and Walter suggested in letter
this tress, as your
i Kansas this morning, and have Friday, February, Washing- Scheduled for departure
I'February 21. at 8 p. m. All local! Retail Dealers' Association of WEATHER FORECAST will transmit '
H.I the 14th. and onor
fallen throughout most of the Atlantic ton's Birthday a legal holiday in' afternoon were: Arthur of
JAILED WITH MOTHER and visiting Elks are urged to be Key \Vest. announced that.all. Clemons.f before March 20, the school
I IDUBUNThe I present and make this meeting aj|I i members of the association have I (Till 8 p. m.. Friday) states. Ohio valley and Ten- the state of Florida. this bank willinot i demons Bertha W.Charles S.Creealey operating portion of our .tax
J JW. I decided close for half day. Key West and Vicinity: Fair ne'see. with temperatures below be open for business on this I Herbert Copeland
baby of M's. success. .
Fred levies Colonel Kay,wired Comp-
Glen A. Holland
Florence Gantrell of this city was' CURRY HARRIS. 1 j I Other institutions will be closed tonight' and Friday; continued cool normal in these sections. I date. I I troller Lee who here on but
I Zimmerman. was
went to prison with his mother, E. R. Key West Lodge No. 551 i t including: the county court I tonlgh{; somewhat warmer Friday; G. S. KENNEDY THE .FIRST' NATIONAL feb20-2t BANK. !Zimmerman Hunt. and Calvin Ethel''. ness. '
Official in
convicted of shoplif ng. I I B. P. O. E. feb20-2 house. ,moderate northeast and east winds. Chirga.k


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decided against Mr. Peek and Elsie, Mich... 41 yean ago.
CLASSIFY" Today's Birthdays
ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings Mr. HulL He will throw his TOO LATE TO '.

behind reciprocal trade agreements By RUSSELL KAY :: Anniversaries SCS SSSS 5 5 5 5 SoSOSS..ns 555 Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribben of

not barter. .. I Frederick McCormick of Hollywood Asheville N. C.. P. E. bishop
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That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend Thus the chances are I I... oo oooooo oooo I CaL, noted journalist and born at Windsor, S. C., 48 years
Wash With this aim in view the All 1
While Flemington and '
will be
strong soon 1795 Antonio de Santa.Anna. .. war correspondent born_ at Brookfield -,ago.
Checks and Tax Bills of Individual Nationaland I Lopez
Every ; to bring trade back, now that ] may have dominated! news.. Florida Committee will on Feb. 25 Mexican soldier and president i-' Mo., 65 years ago. j
International Problems InseparableFrom course of action has been er headlines throughout the inaugurate a drive to bring into commander ( with Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New
the war
upon. If those efforts succeed, i! as far as page one is: con-t' one great booster organization, Texas and the United Slates 'I Dr. Robert L. Dickinson of New j t York son of a noted Rabbi bornin
Local Welfare many hundreds of millions dollass : Florida has maintained an organization that is without born. Died York, famed gynecologist, born at Cincinnati, .54 years ago.
June 20
............Is..ssss.Is.l,........................ will come from foreign !\ amazing record of publicity''' any selfish interest, that 'is non Jersey City N. J., 74 years ago.};
to tinkle in American cash registers. I the country during' :sectional, non political and from 'I 1 ___ ; Dr. Frank B. ,Littell of WashIngton -

Those who forecast like its that the, majority the vote, but authoriz-not the I same period. I j which no one receives a cent of 1801_ -John nerDy Ntwman.1 Admiral Arthur L.. WilU., U.i D. C., astronomer bornat

present congress predecessor -' two-thirds necessary for Rotogravure and illustrated salary, at least 100,000 people. famed English author of S. N.. retired of Kirkmlle, )io.. .Scranton Pa., 66 years ato.
would be simply rubber- ing American participation. Some
Business observers are now saying pages! of thousands of papers' Each individual with an equal work. Cardinal author of the I born there, 65 years ago. i
for okeying the! plans and Democratic senators deButed '
"*._ stamp twenty that what the construction industry ,the past few weeks have voice in the organization is invited hymn, "Lead: Kindly Light.," -- Ben Ray Redman of New York
experiments of the president, Mr. Roosevelt to vote did to break the pictures that tell an en-. to become a ,member and born. Died Aug: 11, 1890. v181G 1, Dr. Paul R. Most, dean of Co-I editor and author born there 39
f were mistaken. The congress against the bill. of 1921 the motor industry story of Florida as the may do so, upon payment of $1 lumbia University's Teachers' CoU i j years ago.
'a mind of its own these days, and That was major rebuff number I!
to be doing on behalf of the current Playground. annually. The money thus pro- ,
- it doesn't hesitate to it. R. Hoar law-! -
express Number two will probably
*" one. and infinitely more important While scenes from Miami and vided to be used entirely for the
Jt isn't so disruptive to presidential ;, trire when the president's social jer, judge, U. S. Attorney.Gen..1erat. : CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF '
. Both Beach are mo!t frequent.promotion and advancement of Mass. .
- oIides of the depresion. congressman, born at '
course, as congrerses security program begins to be THE FIRST NATIONAL
sections:: have been getting!: a the Florida whole. BANK
State of as
: a Mass. ,
Concord Died there
which "wreaked havoc with the worked out. Few senators seem to and sales are rising and it i is. forecast .! Jan. *
Hoover administration and con- break. Scenes of Thej I During the past year the newspapers 31, 1895. OF KEY WEST
:. favor Mr. Roosevelt's recommendations that 3.000,000 Festival of
,...:.. tributed much to its collapse but I -they have others and, for Fair the i of Florida leader in this at at the close of basinet Decesmber 31, 1034,
sold in 1935.Business St. Winter
Petersburg .
it is" giving Mr. Roosevelt some the most part, wilder ideas as to continue Festival Tampa's worthy movement have voluntarily !- 1822-(Oliver) .Wolcott Gibbt, ComptreII r'.
thing to think about.. / what should be done for the aged reports Orange contributed space to a series New York and Harvard professorof RESOURCESLoans

"* ".. The first actual rebellion the ill and the destitute. It is no show improvement in all lines. Trials Golden and Jubilee other attractions Daytona's of All Florida advertisements designed chemistry, eon of\.,'noted mineralogist and Investments _. 305,639.43!
to bring to the attentionof born in New York.: Died Overdrafts ._.__ 71.61
against the White House came in secret that the White House is been Florida in the' I
LEGALSi keeping the amazing Banking house Furniture:
the senate when the World Courtas worried, is bringing all pressure our own people Dee 9. 1908. .
and Fixtures __
These 33,082.33ions
advantage that .
i !
\\ up for a vote. Every president i to bear in an effort to subdue op All favorable publicity.u all de-l are ours. Bonds of States and Pos- ,

": since the war has advocated Americas position.The i\TWE"TItT1I riRrriT Jt'lllA COIIIT!. CIRCI OP ( to appeal to folks in a less ads dealt with the state as a 1832-Louis Maurer, artist and of the United t t j....

participation in the court, 1- president's S5OOOOOOCOOI OF Tilt ST\TK Of '.. climate and make them whole. They told of our agricultural carver, last of the New York States ,,,, ,. 't \ 139.370.C3
reservations IN AMI FOH MOMtOR {'OIT.l : ,- industrial and commercial City firm of Currier & Ives. Other Bonds and Securities t T'I4.204.0!
and printmakers
= "wiyi! every .
I public works bill has also found \ rn.,!\rEiiv.RAYMOND they were here so they could Stock t
favored one section of the
resources no Federal Re-
been down born in Germany. Died'in
president has turned SPITZ. ,
: S.
I I hard going. Congressmen are opposed first hand the things they interest over serve Bank __ ___. t
Complainant. or no single 6000.00
flit the It almost New York July 19 193!. I
: senate.
by was
to giving the sole authorityfor '"". F..1..."' .' 1.1.. cC and hear about. I,another. Temporary Federal Deposit : t
universally believed, however,I I disbursing it into Mr. Roose- Certificate aNd Other . But Florida needs more than Insurance fund 1954.01 .
that Mr. Roosevelt would be able LINDA A. GRUKR. et al. Now we want to tell that same United ....
States .
velt's hands wish to ear-mark the Defendants.ORDKTi an intelligent, well planned I 1852-Brander Matthews Columbia Government J J i .
to do what Harding Coolidge and j I money for definite purposes. Asa OF PUHLICATION advertising campaign; story to the world and when we University's famed profe Obligations direct f .
Hoover unable to do. Most It appearing by the sworn do it will bring thousands of people and fully guar,1
were the of Florida's of dramatic literature and man
result held
legislation is keep message I SOT
I' up. stated
the above
theJ3jiJf.irKfifcMjrKeiSe filed In and millions of dollars into, anteed ____$832.7U.73 J
big fiewspapers-outside I A. Greer, and constantly of letters born In New Orleans. .
that Linda
advantages .
Behind much of the
< *<> $World j opposition known as Una A. Greer and t the state; people''who will become" i ,I Cash and"due from Banks 495169.97 -t: !. r n
the nation \ 2 I ?
; tblthe'WnUe: : House'is the-o'ld: element Greer, her husband. If married the people of citizens people who Died :March 31, 1929. _, _ ,_ _; _
Cour;' as'wer mos "p'uwfclsts'andpolitica : of political t patronage. Mr. alive are residents of the While a FLASH. from M : j. .1. "" .1.t '1,888 5.'l
} commentators of both of Philadelphia. State of Penneyvaula will help us 'develop our resources, ![. I'1;b' '
Roosevelt' ,has'not "in the of St. Petersburg, frQm, Tampa Palmer iluABrunES1; (: 1It: af
1855 Alice Freeman
and that a more I' and m'oney that will _
] mean continued -
parties Jt is saidthat"cpogratular" many congressmen, allowed them place of residence or address Winter Haven )., helpful, wo the welfare professor and president 'of Wellesley .X 'C&pii$, ,..._.:. _: __, .1o0o0.o.
for -Ia t
tions. were being' received Uy,;I said defendants is unknown to marvelous, story to tell of I. improvement "Surplu1! and Undivided Profits .T-T--ri--M..A-:
World Court advocates T before..a td make their choice of "Deserving plainant and If dead. that the FLORIDA.a ,Every section of i and benefit' of all. College, Univ. of Chicago .. IT Cireuhatldn"J, 'L ?"" .. '" .' a' ... ,.u :100OGO.0S 5S.0O't4Z; '
Democrats" for government jobs dence and whereabouts of education ,
-vote ia taken eo certain seemed. ; heirs devisees. grantees or state has f something{ of interest i You will"be ,called upon to be- dean, leader' in higher Dt'pOttl! :.:> ? ..: *:!: ... .' .rsdl,833J2l.t'J .
,feas 'often// disregarded therecommendations Colesville N. ., T .. .
ne for. born at At
\ .
the'1' l8ing'-ef,th ('Jieee sary bilL : claimants are unknown; that homeseeker come a 'member of the All Florida women -.il OU uls.tl 118'. th... d I" ;
offer to visitor. :
of senators. and ratio Wallace Barraclough and ) Y. Died abroad, De 6, 1902. : t'I : .
Fight; for Ihe court'was led by' to state Barraclough. his wife. If investor a stc.ry that should I i Committee, to invest ONE dollar : '91.8S3.23S.79 )

Majority Leader Robinson-no representatives as ap : ried and alive are residents of told. toward advancing your state and -'---- ,-... --.-------_- ----- -- -.- _ _ _f_
is State I
I pointments. Congress angry County of Philadelphia.
expert on foreign policy, he is over this-and a congressmtn."robbed" Pennsylvania and that a more Florida needs a national adver- I you will find it the most profitable !
' conscientious hard working, loyalto ticular place of residence or investment ever made.
tising campaign her message you
I of his chance to put con- dress of said defendants Is
his chief. Fight against it was stituents in easy and profitable known to complainant and if be carried in newspapersand II Do your part to help tell Florida's
led by Senators Borah and John- that the residence and magazines, over the radio story' to the world. Join the Al
jobs is in no mood for
eon, who fear and despise any kind I whole-heartedly into a program other of their claimants heirs devisees are unknown: grantees: h: I and on billboards. not once or I Florida Committee and help bring .

of participation in European' af I advanced by the man:who did the : Horatio Barraclough. his wife and if Mrs. iarradough. twice, but over and over and over' your community in the .organization THE HOUSE OF '- .
fairs. 100 ,
I cent.S.S..S..S.
1 per
"robbing. and alive. are residents of again. if 1
Result was that the court was County of Philadelphia State .
and that a more i --- -- -
substantial Pennsylvania :
defeated-it gained a Disappearing foreign trade has ticular place of residence or .. ..*LS 5.5 55 / ,
been difficult of I dress of said defendants Is .
one of the most
'- Washington's BfrthdayDANCE problems during late years. Last I II. to the complainant residence and and whereabouts If dead th: KEY WEST IN Today's Horoscope 'ZNi/ :

year an effort to solve it was made their heirs. devisees grantees :

.I. by passing legislation whereby the I other the residence claimants and are whereabouts unknown; :: DAYS GONE BY I I 3 S S S C.S S S S S S.5 S S S..S S S S S

t president was empowered to enter the defendants. D. MoKarUne I This day gives a nature apparently
Mrs. McFarlane. his Here Jn.l 10 Year
Friday Night ,I into reciprocal trade agreements married and alive and 1 If dead' fhe: ::! Happenings placid and calm, but really
CUBAN CLUB with foreign powers, under unknown heirs devisees i Ago Today! At Taken with an undercurrent of''feeling
GenU 60c Ladle Free which each would or other claimants are nndoll ;I The File Of The Citizen TAKES PLEASURE IN MAKING
country agreeto That each of said known d and passion that may tend toward
grant the other favors. are over the age of .--' the sensuous. The disposition is
and that there Is no person
MONROE THEATERRichard Secretary of State Hull is heart years persons in the State of Florida "Foolish, foolish boy," was the by no means cs weak as it often

and soul in favor of these treatieshe service of a summons in ( ; only comment of John McGraW appears from its indifference to '

Arlen-Madge Evans in I.- wants all foreign nations not upon fendants whom;or any will of them bind ; that said I uhen asked -yesterday by The Citi- affairs that interest the 'common THIS Announcement .

HELLDORADOZasu I discriminating against American plainant believes that there about the Jimmy McConnell folk.
Pitts-W. C. Fields in other unknown claimants having L'I,
; products to have equal advantagesin claiming an interest in and 'to bribe case lIe scoffed at the idea ... V- -> ... .. ... ,
Denver Solomon is .it
with He is ernoon. man-
trading us. property described In I that other members of the Giants'II
CABBAGE PATCH to trade quotas regimentationand bill of (complaint to-wit: I were implicated. Mr. McGraw I ager of the new team anl believeshe
i_Ma tine* Balcony, lOci Orchestra. "On the Island of Upper : has
: free a winner and promises one
similar barriers to the Matecumbe, I'art of Lot 3. and his close friend John
15-20ci Nifht, 15-25c flow of products. Hook E-5, Page 385 recorded in I I Ringling, of circus fame have:,pOf the fastest games of'baseball
and being
Monroe County Records :
- Opposed to this is George Peek. In Section 28. Township 63 I been spending two days in the city I reen in Key West. Quintan Lopez The following reputable and responsible company has been appointed -
.. special White House advisor on So.. Range 37 K., containingtwo while en route to Havana. will be on the mound for the

foreign trade-and the clash between more and particularly one half l described acres and as I Solomon aggregation.The as distributor for Hiram Walker Products,! in this territory:

the views of Messrs. Peek follows: !
The Key West postoffice will
:. "Situate, lying and being In
TYPEWRITINGPAfER and Hull hs, according to Business i merchant who fails to '
the County of Monroe and. Stateof be open two hours on the morning
Week "blocked the whole Florida, to-wit: of Washington's Birthday celebra: "speak up" lets a lot of golden Cabrera Wholesale '
"Commencing at Iron bolt
sales his This lost
progress of export recovery. Mr. on the North Side of the Rightof tion. From 8 o'clock until 10 :. slip past store. S
Peek stands for government barter Way of the Florida East o'clock. The mail will be dispatched -i business goes either to his competitor
with ironhanded regimentation Coast Railroad said bolt being down) the street or to the
with but of mail
on the Eastern boundary of the one delivery Grocery Inc.
of both imports and exports.A town lte of Islamorada on the duinig the day. wail order store in a big city. Peo- \
A short time busine's Island of Matecumbe. Monroe I ple are often surprised to find
75c ago men County. Florida. from said bolt f
: I were elated at an authoritative re- run N. Ely along said Rightof Tiger Tail Tribe 19, Improved.I that the goods bought "sight un fL
Way 189 feet thence run at Order! Red Men and the Degree: seen" from a' catalogue, can beseen
; right angles to said Right of \
::: Package of 500 Sheets KAPPA P1MASQUERADE Way In a N. Wly direction of Pocahontas will attend divinne.'I and examined in local stores. The House of Hiram Walker is justly proud of the international
483 thence
feet run at right
angles in a S. w:Jy direction' services at the First Methodist of its In order that the
products. Hiram
BALL Club delightfully acceptance complete
: GOOD QUALITY BOND 189 feet to the boundary line church Sunday evening. All aiem-I The Twelve Pal ,

I Saturday Night of thence the townslte of Islamorada. hers of the organizations are requested :I entertained with a party giv- Walker line ,can be adequately serviced to the public and the
'l at right
angles along ;
I CUBAN CLUB direction said boundary 483 feet line In to a starting S. l- .'ly to be in attendance. !,|Mr.en last and Mrs.evening William; at the W.home Demeritt.of trade, we take pleasure in introducing the above, named distributor "

point and being part of ( ovt. the this
\ ; THE: Cent, 7Sc u. I Ladies Free4'J'U Lot S, Section' 28, Township 63 A most elaborate program pf The party was given on for territory.
I So. Range :37 K.. grounds surrounding the light-
containing entertainment has been arangedfor ;
\ ; 4U' il- '- $ two,and. one half acre. more or house.iGaraeA./pinging and danc- .s.jHt iMs.
MTftlAN'PRES'01 1'.j. , t. . 1,,.." the Washington's Birthday!, delicious Founded 77 years ago, thcHomc'lOl i; HinWalkerJaor: .(. 1 ,
Jr 'J' t It enjoyed and refreshment -
I H'therefore ing were
Ordered and celebration
sa in Key West, Th'erade pa-]
1 PALACE defendants.Il0i, known Unda Una A. Greer( in the morning will bin at I! s rved. tently produced products! thaletevcjcrijoy;the continued.confi-tf .xtd!
as A.
# b- CftIzenBIt'Jt ,eI t iiigIl4'WllflarnzaIt :J- -4a..Epeer\js . her husband If Greer o'clockhich is' the first event:.I f'Alic'e dence of'connoisseurs.' Their great,new(distillery .at.Peoiia,:111,1 fAis ('I"I61t'
and of Con
I -"SlPI" O'NrEIJ5 ri"" l'( WBOY HOLIDAY' other known alh'-claimants heirs and devisees If; Horatio dead grantees their'''' ': of the the firemen's day. The ball last event starting(will be.9 :. cord Mrs, N.: II..' is Marston the only woman the I largest in rthc':'world.. :.Led://.Canadian'; Club"I 'the :a

4 Serial and Short Reel dough Itarrarlouuh his and wife,Mrs.if married- ': o'clock in the ev n ng. In.b'etween, : transport pilot' *,dispatcher in the largest selling bond d whiikey.in America,, thIIkI. ) .<. ,.if J

Y--\ ...;r Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 10-20c alive heirs,, and devisees if dead, grantees their or I' those of hours activities there sports are to and be a racing number -, I i I -country. line includes-popular products in'.ercry;price range. "",f 'nE

.-- claimants; Horatio .' BENJAMIN LOPEZ
--- --- -- well the events to be stagedby
and Mrs. Itarraclough. his as
If married and alive and If the fire department.The I FUNERAL HOME You can secure the protection of Hiram Walker quality at

llllllllldlllllll.S grantees their unknown or other claimants heirs, ; D..' .I: E.tablhlietl 49 Year I I prices that are eminently fair by asking for Hiram Walker

Farlane and Mrs. ) .' Shrine Circus, which has Key W...'. OSd*.t
if his dead wife their If married unknown and heirs alive\ <,<, conducted during the entire I 24-Ho Arob.Un Srfe I II products by name and insisting that your dealer carry them.

Grand OpeningnARANAMADRID %Uwe,, grantees or other ; on the vacant lot at Simon-I LicBe E..I aI..r
and having all other unknown. and United streets, will be I Pies. l.t" \Ii.1. 6M-W I *
or claiming an Interest
the property herein described for the last time this evening.. -I A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY PRODUCTS
and they' are hereby required to Shrine bodies of Key West'I
pear to the bill of complaint KEY WESTCOLONIAL
in the above stated cause on or Miami are very much pleased S
CLUB fore Monday, the 4th day of ) the success of the venture. 'I II HOTELIn "CAMAIIAN ClUt"A KINO or etuis

A.tines D. of 1S35.said otherwise bill will be the taken I bonded Canadian whiskey ottmfttiot yalhy King fill Wended whiskies.C'-tai.4Op.r rent

I confessed by said defendants. Editorial Comment: There is a the Center of the Business Afed ia wood nx yean.I H-ycar-old straight wI abr.I .
= S DUVAL AND FRONT STREETS '! It is further Ordered that
Order be published once each opportunity not only in ,Key and Theater District I LUXI iOUilON OR RYE QUEEN OP CLUBS

I for four consecutive weeks in but in other parts of fie" I Bottled m twit !.ChMda. ..,-Wie4, IN Tka 'M Umd !.
Key West oa. per cent .tisitjit
Thursday February 21 10:00: P. M. i I lished in Monroe Citizen County a newspaper Florida.< I for a college in which typ- First Clase'FlTP1'00f- I proAncricafttyye wtiikey, reed s ,..... whi.1cr, SH yesn elL
I Dated this :39th day of 'will be taught, to ppell cprecily. -= Sensible Rate
Clerk Circuit Court Monroe SAWYER. ; .1.1I 'COFFEE SHOP ;?'OW OPEN Puticmlarir Bnoota't fabtable. S jean oU. A ftnoota,palatabte Uesd.! Ctatams 2}per eeot.tnibt .

MARGUERITE HAND I I,AQUILJNO ty. Pla LOPEZ.. I Manager Thompson will lead .jCdi'WOOd.; 'Bottled in bond b Canada.LONRON .< whitkey, sU,.....,tw..
i JR.I 1
I Solicitor.for Complainant.. hard hitting aggregation of In'ians -i Carat ., -ElevatorPopmUr : : _

Acrobatic and Rhumba Dancer Jan31; ft'bYUUr against a newly organized\ p ; .. DRY SIN YEN WISH
S I ---- at the barracks SundaY'aft: 90 proof. Made from middU-m gam iptriu- A W proof esht'w4iJpsy, execpdoMBy

,. r .- "the heart of the -
I na. low. Bed nIue IIrOaIIII s&Bsrl.
I .,, t-.
ANN Washington's '

Over-Sea Hotel CAMP .s".M(. FUwwl fcdal7 for eockuJU. A A straight whisker at a tow pile,. MM

Blue Songs As You Like Them Costume BallFEBRUARY 917 FLEMING STREET Operated Beet FUkiBf by K.on M.Coast Ellison & *... 8&tke ..... aniicWJ wIen4.

Louis Carbonell's Orchestra Guides and Boats AvailableSea
-0- ROOM rtmainf water __ $1.00 Food-Fishing

22 1935Dinner ROOM, with bath 1.SO BoatingBathinCWrit"
Carioca Rhumba Orchestra ,

S -o- WEEKLY RATES for RecervatioM. Poet Hiram TJlker&Sons.

7-8 Newly Reao"ated Office Ramrod .%y

JIMMY CRAWFORD, Mister of Ceremonies Dancing 9.12:30 New Equipment : Accessible by Rail orjAtito to

Admission $1.10 Per Person \ $2.00 PER PERSON I New MaaalemeDt I I Camp Ramrod Boats Meet Key Cuesta ,PEORIA,. ILLINOIS . WALKERVILLE, ONTARIO

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r:. &._.. ,. ... y, e.........e.............
>' ::; IV-'alls: By OSCAR PITA esee..e.eee..e..e..o.............e..e.e...eee 1885-(50( years ago) Washington -
A UPlD-flltl ROINANC[ tY IV.orAN t 1842-Pioneer sewing machine- National Monument at the
Pete Nebo the local lot about Wade and is somewhat i I I
patent issued G. J. Greenough of Capital dedicated.
: By a elevrr rate.tl "And tile damned ladder: broke I al prize .fighter' who sensatioD-1 afraid something may happen to !I
Jf_ta_ Kid .*4'j/.lc* Rrbrk and gave ;you a fall?" asked the com flashy Jimmy Wade of I Pete in his coming scrap with the I Washington-first practical work I
i/trteaa Job< { hovepcl.ed
ntrmro to thf* fort hood at DrIV. mander. the High School Arena Monday I I Orlando sensation. ing one patented 1845 by Elias 1916-Great German attack on

< They. for rn them. t kat 0 .>.l"promirif, rev a r o4ramt. to He leaned back a little, his thin night. Is under a heavy drilL Peteis 'i Boy, what a scrap the Rojas- # Howe of Cambridge Mass. 'I Verdun began.

rctur to the oOOd Bltkop Kmtttavot Cafe sneering! as he stared at the meeting .no palooka in the person I'I Ramirez match is going to turn]

wUd. ...(.k.. li governor/| er.wx ole eOicr Iron Lady lee bait-naked, powerful body of Mateo of Jimmy Wade and we hope. out. to be. Rojas in the best of j I 1934-Army fliers. carry the air
H'lkOf church. But iiotaa end Rnbrlt.'Xo. that he realizes that. condition'and with his shooting 1878-First telephone book di- mail.
J/alro arc U orint daufftr (. opll.fJ .
/, tJUIr, supported) the basket of ore broke In a special six rounder JimmyWade'gave' : put Ramirez out in snort order. ,, E

Chapter 18 and the'basket fell and knocked another :: ; Harold' Potts, Oklahoma ':'Joe'' thinks the opposite and we :

THE DANCE man off the ladder. That man' pride, a real shellacking: lastMonday I f I won't' be surprised if it roes theI -
was killed by his raIL""Listen night at Miami. The way the Miami battler locks at it.
which tie I
THE map of the fort i I
1 told you there were match was stopped in the fifth
had bees able to draw out
stories la this lamp of a man." t round further . I
I to'prevent Potts from -
ot the information of Miguel Santos l William. Wilkenson, a fast stepjping -
1 was only a few steps from thee,
punishment This bout serve; ,
and the girl seemed perfectly accurate : :..negro fighter, is serving. as a
and as Rubris bad boasted, top ot the ladder and as 1 came up t ed at,an extra to help draw thE: '1, Pete's sparring partner. Pete battered .
the overseer, who had seen what ha?, .
It was perfectly la hie mind. I crowd to the Sarron-Severo eon- the colored boxer about
happened hit me with the.butt ot 1 i th'I I
He led the way without a flaw ep Ills man-whip and that knocked me I test. I ring for two rounds yesterday 1 k .
the two flights of staJrs which bad down Into the shaft again." 1 i but nevertheless the Key West t' .

been cat Into the wall of the fortress 'Yon see how they treat these fellows It U rumored that Young Manuel -i i flash admits that Wilkenson gave I

and then'into a great hall lone ud ? The other matt was killed, but of Tampa once defeated Jim him quite a workout.

barrow where only two or three you lived through It. eh?" my in a Miami ring. If this is true'then ;I -

weak lights were burning. Three "I waa weeks ia the hospital" fans cannot understand why s
long tables ran down the center of said Rubric no promoter much as they have I I' Jimmy Flinn, the great lightweight 1i

the room. tried has succeeded who fought a toe-to-toe
"DlacfpUnedeclared: the officer. in getting they
IB the farther comer of this baU: "That's what it takes. Knock fools Manuel lad to sign agreements to! battle with none other than the

was a door which opened upon a over the head when they make mistakes meet the Orlando flash in a return I i well known Tony Canzoneri some

abort corridor that ran directly ta: and there'll be fewer mis match. .: time back, wires John Nebo that HAND qUICKEHSAFERSTOPS
the tower apartment of General takes." he wishes a match with the win- Acrobatic and Rhumba Dancer

Ignacio Estrada. In command. The "There'll be more broken heads." Every knock is a boost. Just ner of the Nebo-Wade battle. _. - - - I
two were not quite across the floor said Pedro. : "Consider this message as a ringside
a few hours before I wrote this
:when hinge creaked. 'What do you mean? Look at this ;i i challenge to the winner of
a fan was talking about the Nebo- HABANA-MADRID OPENS TONIGHTWith
Montana, leaping into the black bead! It would still take a parcel of Wade boxing match. The fan next Monday night's boxing contest -

of the corner whirled to see that a breaking. Not many brains under former to be said al j, ," writes FJinn.I ,
promoter sure, s
that shock of hair, but enough to
officers had entered the
dojfn young that ,Wade was no match for Pete j I two headliners featured tions and arrangements, With a
.., big know how to) lift hampers of wine. I
ro lnatfcubriiwBs carry_#jag still t risible to them. for his betters.;And for all that he's I I I who has met the best in the world.I I: Pete Nebo'?,got a, bad ,break on> the.bill for:'the floor show and Spanish tile dancing floor and two I

XIt i! par*!.footJiad slipped on a stone I been through he still has a light After a few minutes of tense'I I when he signfidthe.aKreement[ to t:wtf< .or est furnishing the musical .'I'orchestras to furnish the music. With Dodge Perfected, Dual-Cylinder; 'Hydra&Kc. Brakes

as.he strove to epringp.attCT.AIoitan > I enough :toot and hand a' light )listening j ,"the other fan said, while 1 I meet Jimmy Wade tin ; a 'local] ] "entertainment, the HabanaMadrfd One of the orchestras is the,

enough band to steal the gold,out" wilking away. "I'd like two; 1'e-j i arena. A few hours, after jotting Night Club will be open Atlantic Beach Club Orchestra when others are .offering their and ease. fIts famoas patented Float-

rQd.: .at that .Instant. a 'bawling of;;your,,>te'91u w V.; ef'fou:' sleep.> Til serve,'seats. Where can I purchase I I his name dowr\/>n..the dotted line tonigHt to the public at 10 o'clock. I which will be the regular musical JUST hydraulic-typ brakes Dodge IriifPower'.npw moontings smother

Qtee...cried: "Hal Come here andytck wager.' ;fump' <(nDjiiereon( the table them?" !! of the eontlactbe\ received a wire Marguerite Hand, acrobatic attraction. The other the Carioca Kites you the extra ,safety of Per 'vibration, wttka. racks ordinary cars

ip-this;hunper) What are gen- and give_us_. a,daqce,you!1. ... ,. __ I from! New.Orleart5! offering the and. Rhumba .dancer, is billed! as I I group, Mendoza's Cuban Rhumba fccttd Dual-Cylinder Hydraalic to:pieces. <
llemeji-to-dot- Walt on themselves I' "There is no music sir said The office of Promoter John I I Key West fighter $1,200; for a one'{ of the outstanding exponents organization secured especially .Brakes,pioneered years' ago by Po4cTb.. final'WOrd.jU protection. -the
die of hundreds famaa.iDodre1sef "when: ,tbwd ',are dogs like jon Rubrii. Nebo. through whose great efforts 'scrap in that city against Eddie of the terpsichorean art. Another I[for the opening. and proved in service
of thousands of owners. :s known to neatly: 3,0o00oWith ee Dodge -
around I The officer picked up a quirt drew this scrap is being staged in!I Kid Wolfe on the 28th of this featured artist is Ann !McDonnell I Jimmie Crawford, nationally -
20% more braking surface owners.
"Stand fast! Don't move for me!" the lashes through his hand, and Key West is quite busy these month. Pete could have broken the blues singer who sings 'em as you;:. known entertainer, has been secured fully equalized against skidding or Only the genius of a manufacturing

gasped) Rubric to the Kid. covertly then struck the table. days. All day long he Is receiving I'I local contract but to do that he like 'em. i i i as master of ceremonies I swerving-they get thousands of extra organization such as Dodge-with

tearing away his mask as he spoke. "Up on the" table, and we'll give calls for reserved seats. knew it would be ruination to his Manager rboneU has done all 1 I and will have entire charge of the miles from tires and brake linings such complete facilities,with 20 years
"Pray for me! I front them!" ;yon music- he shouted. "Up with -- I t,> brother's ambitions as a promoter. possible to make the club one of floor shows and other entertainment } give greater operating cue, quicker, of experience in building nearly three

And he turned and walked straight : you! Bobby Schultz. local boxing I I I And then. too. he would disappoint the most beautiful in both de ora-I'I features. surer stops-more safety than ever. million fine vehicle*-could create

back, towards the group! And he slashed Rubrlz across thenaked enthusiast, is quite a worried fellow ]-I his Key West friends if he had I I I I Remember,there can be successful such astounding dollat-fo,-dollar
Run!" shouted of the officer body. Ic
one of brakes- their value!
at present. Bob has heard a done so.Sunday. I imitation Dodg. or
And Rnbrls obediently ran,springing morrow, and, it is stated will in-t! u.fet11-witho 1 Dodge experience
T seemed to Montana MOTORS
forward with wonderful lightness I as ARRANGING FOR ,
elude the fastest ball tos- and manufacturing precision.Here
thumbs hooked over the ham. some of DODGE DIVISION
In spite of the bulk of his unwieldy
is A big smart 8S-mil-per-
mers of the revolvers, ready to I sers in the Magic City.
body. open DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS hoar car that actually gives you three Thhadrertl.emeetadoraedbrtheDaart"
"The basket on the table. Stand! fire that Rnbrii swayed In the very BASEBALL TILTS A small admission will] be to 6ve more miles pergallonof gas tt. n ...*lIt of Engineering-Ch.r.l*.Motor*

away Pedro, and let this fellow do act'ot hurling himself at the man I I charged to help defray the expenses lower-priced cars. And even more KEW.VJil.UB DODCEt $14SI.,16tl.'
the work." of the whip. Instead without touch .. ,.
GRAVY astonishing economy of oil! With anAD fttcot C b. farr.Dotrolt *bjct
ing the table with his (By ) HEREONSUNDAYj of securing the visiting wrfAmrf maticm Spend e
"He can't Hit It. said Pedro. hands he I i its savings, the Dodge "Red Ram" to dtmato wp-
:-CU't he. though Look at the leaped lightly on top of it I In the semi-finals of the golf will bring the 36-hole i team; and if there is a surplus it gives brilliant ,new ranges of 5".11:5. Tin ptynoittt to IK yourb14ot
engine fort"'olit.lCAT7aletliotonspeed
-- I AU ;
boulders of him. It they're not all The officers shouted. They beganto tournament played yesterday for I playoff for the championship. Bob will be donated to the fund which -flashing pick-up-silky silence con.ruoalCr.drflla..
fat he may be able to. These poor strike the table in a quick rhythm the FERA cup, "Champ" Bobby and Joe will play "even-Stephen" I MUCH INTEREST IN CONTESTS I
is being created to enable Cates
devils have strength. with their whips. And to that Spottswood easily won over Fred ardeveryone U looking for a good .
rhythm Rubric had to I I match. Joe with his drives, TO BE PUT ON BY MIAMI and Pena to go to the St. LouisCardinals'
There was a sudden shout as RabrU poor dance. Matthews by the score of threeup. longer j $

leaned lifted the basket and When some of them made a mistake Bob was in his old style form I I! will offset Bob's accuracy and PLAYERS AND LOCAL AC-s training camp at Brad- .

slid It onto the table. and landed heavily on his body la- I and at no time was he in danger' !since they both putt very well it enton for a tryout. DDDGEB45Deliver FACTORY

"That's Mexico! said the oldest stead of on the table be had to leap even after giving Fred a handicap| is hard to guess who will be the GREGATION I DETROIT
the higher Miss Katherine F. Lenroot of
of the officers. "Look at the muscles of 21 strokes. And when you can t winner..
in those legs! Pull off your dirty It was frantic work. In a few min I Wisconsin has been promoted i .
beat who has of
t shirt and let's see your body too!" utes he was staggering. Aad at last : a guy a handicap t- 1! from assistant chief to chief of New F.r J.st A Few Oeltara 'Mon TiM T..tmrest-Prfcee: ) Care
that amount, are playing golf."Curlylocks" : afternoon the Miami I
Forglvi me." panted Rubris. "1 Pedro It was who called out: "Ltt you The Lopez rooters say that Joe Sunday !i the Women's Bureau in the Department I

am called to my work. Another" the poor fool stop. See. Luis where is a better player and a youngerman baseball club will play a double' of Labor, succeeding!

-Hal! Ar. yon working for *o> yon draw the blood on hits! He's Joe Lopez had for a long match. But it must header at the Navy Field againsttwo I i Miss Grace Abbott, resigned. j jI CURTIS MOTOR COMPANYF.O.B.
sailing Eddie Strunkfor j
fliers and question commands dad enough exercise for one etenlng. easy over be remembered that Bob is a
Get down." the first nine holes being five ; match for Jones local clubs one the Sluggers !I 210 DUVAL STREET
Show him the way. Pedro! Off with even Bobby Subscribe to The Citizen j .
m-! I Rubric Jumped to the floor. up at the turn. But Eddie beganto I I when there is something at take. and the other a picked team.
"Give him think of all the things he could I These connectionwith -- -- ---- -
Two of them grabbed the cheap a few coppers, said games 'are in

white shirt and Instantly It was Pedro "and he'll be able to forget do with a gold medal or a cup and I r He defeated Joe in an 18-hole the "La Semana Alegre" I I.III.II'I"A"I. r'.r: .''
his torn shirt" started in to shooting good golf I celebration this week which ends
ripped from the back of Rnbrls. match during the elimination ,for ,
There!" called out the com- "What about his torn skin!" the back nine. But Josie shot even I,I the Meacham which Bob sub- Sunday, February 24. 1
mander. "Did 1 tell you? Not fat "What does skin matter? It !grows better than he was supposed to do : match The frist game will start at 1 1
either. All muscle-all pare strength again without any cost!" with the result Eddie went downin I j sequently won but in a long ] o'clock sharp, and the second game !1 i FREE

I'd stake that man against a male. "Here's the money." defeat, 2 and 1. Eddie had a I anything* can happen and probably : shortly after the termination of!1

Where did you get those leg muscles, "It's too much decided thin- handicap of some nine strokes' will. the first. If this game is not fin- I

nan?" faced Luis, the superior officer. And which wasn't enough to beat the 1- ished by 5 o'clock, it will be called TO LADIES OF KEY
"la the mines sir." said Rubrix. be dropped a portion of It calmly I city champion. So it seems thatGravy's Be there Sunday morning and to enable the Miami club to catch

his head bowed his shaggy hair fallIng Into his own pocket few days will see some real golf as
forecast of a you the train for home.
forward. "Give him the rest then. said DISHES AND HOUSEHOLD
Pedro. ago was all wet! played by experts. The Miami team will arrive on ,
"Look at him! He's ashamed to be
"Give It to him? Give dog food --.- -. '-- Sunday's train taken to lunch I
caked even before men. What are a 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY

those white marks? Scars? Knife with my own hands? Let him root .eee..eee.eee.................................... and then out to the ball park t
cats? Come on.and we'll find a story for It the swine! where the Sluggers will be the BEGINNING MONDAY FEBRUARY 18 UP
In this one. Open the wine!" So Luis hurled the money from first to play them. A picked team ,
,him. It' rattle oa the floor It Classified Column will cross bats with the visitors in I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23

was quickly done. The I rolled clinking into the farthest the second game and this team

T11AT was thickly packed with I corners, and Rubric darted after ..................:..e.........................., will be chosen from such players We want all ladies in Key West to drop'Jn? and

wine-bottles, and the corks, bad It sometimes almost skidding on Griffin, Casa, Pena, Baker,i i '
bd : \ LOST WANTED,, ash, write on a card, (which we wili futttta )"what'vou; ; \
barely eeafeed'pbppfBg'before' glasses' fclftfii 3tai nyalss rat Gates, Armando1,Acevedo Acosta, '
t"4WANTED In stock that haven'f \ \
we a prea l----I. \
began U.btlmjju 44 ljpnf.jdowp) t. eWrnt.. otnftrl (ol} hls. LdST: ] with ;-mYear-Round Rental Gopher 'Gonzalez, M. Acevedo, "
]l II,\ I.tlces .rta..YeJli! !i'g'host SUNDAY Y Billfold \ Esmond 4: J. ,'. d A q t I IA
\ throats. , of1t Bethel; :IYayet Albury,
Finder.plgasereturn Unfurnished Modern BungalowEast .; .
.) )< ,81UhatG' Isrge sum of money. I SPECIAL PRIZE of 33 PIECE DINNER
> ; '
The Kid: froofkYs corner, nnM a pteeatftm/13 Section.Vritea..Box. S. Fruto; Castillo Sahnero, Lucilo, a .,

|l the gay -,little 'Pat 1 _*ItftfvqireTolvers -: .f ,BuUa host prO O ..bjvcBM ot ,..."... and receive to liberal Benjamin re- Citizen Office.. :feb204txMISCELLANEOUS () In T' :-,iiam'Machin' Ubieta,: }t.I the best .suggestion drawn* fromltbe( :.beitt aily five ;\
them suddenly Tyn4s ,
caRpf all and
and salfted bis from haiti '
aim .
Griffin Pie Traynor. Howard Evening, February : I
froa'htinAoTiead. ali>yfls towards tttlr own gre4r' ;'1stwan :{t1vEardt.i1? >r. Olivia and Wind. '
breast t ret
|, s.and others..
convince aitluLnoment that Montanadrei -, _. s1r1Lape. feb192tlFOR ; rfr'REPAIR ; gates. s
lie was perfectly I BOW :
The local prayers are practicing: I
that he and lUbris could serer e> ? open the door 'into the corridor all string: instruments. this afternoon and will be out Fri i DAILY P R
the fort But It of the general rooms and big Rubris RENT
.Iron they died.
capo; : Robert Whitehead 1310 John- day and Saturday as well The I
would of these sprang through the gap
Jolly sparks.
so some I
son street. feb20-4tx Miami roster will be published to- '
-What are these Ic&rat: What sort His eyes were insane. There was APARTMENT FOR RENT mod THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21

of a peofi are your asked the com only one guttering light here lathe I; ern conveniences 644 William --- --- 1st Prize-1 Large Laundry 1st Prize I

mender "More like a damned moan- foul air by which to see the ontr I street. Apply Valdes Bakery.I Basket. Cracker best"I
Lain bandit to my eye. Look at him law but even that light was too febl6-tf I ii>"='rrt'ta"ya': '%\w'C." 'C;Onv.\ l jt!-e;<' 2nd prize
and try to remember! Haven't I seen much for Montana. Rubric tor an : ..; Aj a7 4rg,1'f "" f.fl Wtli9;j 2nd Prize-1 Castiron Breakfast Boiler.
In I d:thew knB 1J
fan with a reward instant burled his hands his hair. Rea : : / Skillet.
on Build.i
5 OFFICES in the Helhngs t* : :
1 L .. . 3rd
.. . : .
I for him. dead or alive?" Then he the turned wall.sod beat his headagainst i ing. 319 Duval street Apply tot >Nx'.Wa3td.l. ..<"". ..iat'Rw.: '\' ) :,," ..'.$ .....<, < aY."W' .'..*. :
The nerves of Montana prickled Only after a long moment could I F. W. Roberts, 803 I I Measuring\ Glass.
through his skin. It seemed that 1
the next moment would be the end hold up one hand. When be openedit street. febll-12Uj IBICYCLES I ;COMPAREINDSO1S 'v. I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23

of Rnbrlz. or the beginning of the Montana could see a dozen cop I i Fw. 1st Prize-1 Artistic
per coins In the palm. I v. < .. : f ... .i
: : \1" .. ..:o..1.: :''( 4 Qt. Tea Kettle.
end.But ,, F\ %<< \ ; t o.W J ,
the deep voice ot the outlaw (Copyrrpat. m|, harper 4 B""* "*/ i\ < ... '
answered: "I was hart by a fall In I WE RENT by the Hour, Day or I /} |* WITH*ANYIOTHER T;;)
the mine sirs. I was carrying a basket Tomorrow, Montana and Rubrlz Week. Repair all makes and :: < ;l ., "f Thermos Jug.
t ;
up the ladder -" enter net the apartmtnt of the MVT. paint them with Nu-Enamel. We I ; .+ STRAI'OHJ yH s. Kri'. 3rd Prize-6 Ice Tea Glasses.
full supply] of parts. ""t. '< ..; J'l
r I earry a r .: .v,.
tI I t - I }'ienfor the Rollfast Bicycles j II !l y iM; T5: 'WcifctiTsrWindsor's i s1 I Daily prizes will be drawn every evening.

!, .and sell, them as,low as 1.00 j Ii .. . jt !4.-. !li>nr first card
1 ; m. but something went wrong I Musicjsnl8lmoj ..... t I prize; second card, second prize; 3rd ,
HEFFNER-VINSON i per week. J. L. Stowers
with one.of the engines, and they I \'
did not get off until after It : L.-c.lftpaI7! From the daily suggestions we will also select ;
.,. I makers suggest that you compareits i
COMPANY o'clock. However they pulled in I' I );.0. ' One will be
ARRWFASI .. FOR SALE \ age. its low price its taste with that'of day. drawn from these 30 suggestions
about 8 o'clock last The '
night. other sir fjhiW1 skiei ia the same price class.i February .23. .., The winner to receive a 33 PIECE
I II balance of the people and equipment FQR: ,,., +Efs-lb.pieces of' {mprov i 0 t You will then begin to understand why
I will be in tomorrow.The cd RealEstate in the City sit t I
SPECIAL CHARTERED FERRY! sd 'Windsor one of America's largest- We aim .to carry a complete line of
working crew of the show Key West; ,129 acres of land on 1 '
whiskies. I week and tell
F. selling straight want you to call every day next us
DELAYED TO SOME EX. I will spend today and tomorrow the Florida Keys. Apply to i .

setting up and getting everythingin W. Roberts, 803 Olivia street.febll12tx. r -
TENT ON ARRIVALThe tip-top shape to open on :Mon. I r sL 100 PROOF

day. The company promises a

Heffner-Vinson players and show old.that will n''-; e both young BLANK lOc each SALES or 3 for BOOKS.25c at Now The : WINDSORSTRAIGHT South Honda Contracting &

who will open their show in KeylWest One.tady. will be admitted free Artman zen Building.Press Phone 51,octl6 Citi- Y Phone 5d8 WI
on '
February 25, had a little
difficulty in retting their trucks I;,'with each paid adult ticket on the u WHISKEY Y&iir home is worthy ef the

in town yesterday it is shown. i opening night.'Subscribe PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed aF. FENKUAtmAND CORPORATION I

A special ferry had been I I I cards $1.25. The Artman A Dme- ., "'..... Didt. Cumin..OCM lie liM4w.r. New Y.rfc 3111111111111AJ '

chartered to meet them at 9 ,a.J to The Citixen. Press. aug7 :..;;;.jl.--, _- ._, _._---J.-. ;;'' .
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MALCOLM DAY TO 1 ( WHADDEYE MEAN speed while the shift is being ing of a thermostat making the
I PERSO.NAL MENTIONWilbur I made. The driver has nothing to water flow faster or more slowly -

:-: SOCIETY : : JOIN IN! DEBATESELECTED 1 1-----------------------------------------------------...............,.................... ... do about it. The transmission as happens to be necessary for
'SYNCHROMATIC? automatically attends to the best engine operation at any given

Thompson left yester- Billy Gardner left yesterday rynchronization. Therefore we call moment. And, of course, -"

Nina de Lisa Leslie: Editress day afternoon for a short business afternoon for a visit with friendsin the transmission synchromatic. By this time however you pass

TO MEET TWO visit in Miami! Miami. NEW TERM USED BY DODGE Get it! on. making way for another show

'PHONE 752-J "But that is not all. There is visitor: wanting to know, whad-

................................................. MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITYOF Hal Leyshon, editor of the Miami \ Joe Baker left yesterday after HAS DEFINITE MEANINGAND an automatic engine choke which deye mean-'gynchromatic'J"
Daily News, and J. Reeder, noon to join his companions fishing APT APPLICATIONLike synchronizes its action with the
Key West Flower Show Was WEST VIRGINIA business manager, who were in i for one of the companies temperature of the motor and then

I Key West for the presentation of I operating at Matecumbe. automobile engineering does automatically, whatever I

Formally Opened YesterdayThe the "Pirates of Penzanze," Mt I itself motor car terminology is.. choking may be necessary to get Richardson's Grocery

Malcolm Day son of Rev. and yesterday afternoon for Miami. Miss Cecile Leach, buyer for I becoming more and more scien an instantaneous start. We also I,

1'oriaal and o..i1cmi open: was beautifully done and Mrs. James S. Day, of Key West, the Boston Stores of Milwaukee, tific. At, least so it seems. when have an automatic spark-timing FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
augmented Jesse Jay, president of the Wise. arrival yesterday!'I control which synchronizes its setting I SPECIALS
jug w* rue trey west lower :10iVr' the occasion splendidly student at Stetson University, was an I you come to a crowded automobile -
WIOD Broadcasting Company of for a visit of one week with show exhibit and find with the engine load or idling
Lout puce yesiuruay, aiia Vva* a' Mrs. Ralph Milner directed the DeLand, Fla., is one of two stu- i yourself I Ivory Flakes, 3 pkjs. ___ 20c
Miami left yesterday afternoon friends: looking at the news" hr5 conditions. There is a carburetor
uperu auau jueiuuer ox me'O orchestra which made I Flour tb tack 28c
entirely 6
was dents ,
up of the institution selected to I
I after a visit of several days. rustic Dodge." hut control which, again auto
lUtes the snow was arranged, are I'and this orchestra played throughout meet two of the most proficient John W' Carter, motor machin''I Being of an inquiring turn of matically, synchronizes its work Butter, tt __ 38c
10 be lor ineirf 'debaters from the University of Mrs William DeFoe left yesterday ist's mate in the coast guard, who mind, you ask the attendant, with the changes in engine tem- Milk ____ lOc and lie
ci/ugratuiaieu the tea hours.
masterful ox I'I West Virginia. on the Steamship Cuba for,:' was a patient in the Marine "what does 'synchromatic' mean?" perature. Even the water circulation Tomatoes, can ._. ........... ... Sc
fidnuuny the event,I Several special numbers were I
Mr. has it is chronicled I II I I Then the attendant through the engine is synchronized Cream, 6 can 43c
it I Day in Tampa, en route to Palmetto, pita!, left yesterday for Hos.1: probably for -?
lor is indubitably one of tnegieate.t 'rendered. Miss Norma Yates, I II
a DeLand newspaper won an enviable Fla. the fifty-seventh time that day, by the automatic work- Sugar, 5 Ibs. 25c; 10 Ibs. 49c
: ; vx importance in the annals gave a very well-done violin solo,)I I Hershey Cocoa 20c site ISc
of the city. much enjoyed by the guests. Mrs. I reputation for himself with I Dr. G. B. Merrill associate entomologist I comes back with "well sir, the Old Potato, 10 Ibs. 22c

Over three candied persons attended S. Paul Vecker in fine voice I'I DeLand theatergoers, for his Mrs. Bissell, wife of R. A. Bissell -1 with the state plant,i word is a contraction of two I New Potatoes 6 lb.. 25c
the opening yesterday afternoon three vocal selections, including -)) many fine performances in the I i of the FERA at Ml.:1tacumbel>: board, who was here for a stay words-'synchronous, meaning! \ Onion, 3 lb.. , ,_ 13e
the sang ';: dramatic productions of the uni left yesterday afternoon for a I! with the local unit of the board,'(I happening at the came time orf! ARCHER'SGROCERY l I Rinso, 3 pkf. -.__ 24c
including the immortal "Trees
sponsors't by I versity. I visit I I speed, and .'automatic' meaning'selfacting. / Life Buoy Soap 4 cakes 27c
at Miami. I left yesterday for Miami. j'I /1
names were announced in Joyce Kilmer. I
I Sani-Flush, __ lOc and 22c
During the past three can
a previous issue of The Citizen: Mrs. J. C. Gekeler renderedtwo I years, itj i I
Octagon Soap, 6 large bars 25c
"There is 1
is shown, he has been leader in I no such word as I
dignitaries, distinguished visitors,I' numbers of exceptional a J I :Mrs. Wales Benham, who was George Schutt, manager of the!I I nchromatic' 11 small bars _ _ 25eEddy's
in the
l all activities well dictionarynot -! The Store That Serves
celebrities and socially prominent'' beauty: "To Eostra," by Pearl campus as as! called to Key West because of. Long Key Fishing Camp, who was Starch. 6 pkf*. 25e
Key Western Curran and "If Flowers Could outstanding in religious work. lIe I(I the death of her mother, Mrs.I'I I in Key West for a short stay with jet, that is. But I'm sure it You Best" #I Lard, tt ____._" !4C
is a member of Theta Alpha Phi|I II I I I will get there eventually, just as I Jelly 3 lb box .. 25c
The grounds of the Public Speak," by Manna Zucca. Mrs.I Mary Louisa Maloney. left yesterday -J his brother, manager of Caja 1 1M.arina ,.
did the Not GROCERIESnoted
f and Pi Kappa Phi. word 'Dependability'which only are our Yard Eel, doa _.____ 43c
I for her home in Norfolk and his mother, Mrs. L. I
Library decorated Eva Warner and
were tastefully 'I sang splendidly, : though applied to Dodge for their palatability, Sausage in Lard, large can ISc
with gaily-striped umbrellas and! her numbers included "The Robin" Va. P. Schutt, left yesterday after- I
cars for many years, did not but we offer you an oppor- i Baked Beans, 6 cans _.__ 28e
palms, and the tea, conceived and and "Luxenbourg Gardens I FOUR BUILDING I I. noon.SPECIAL. 'make' the dictionaries until a tunity to stock your pantry at I, Jello, .3 pkgs. for; -> .._ 21c

executed by Mrs. William II. Ma- The entire musical program, Ralph Nicholson, general manager couple of years ago. the low prices offered at our Oraltin _..._ 35c and 65c

lone, was unparalleled for beauty appropriately and seasonally se- and part owner of the Tampa PRICES( "Dodge engineering, for 1935, store. Kaffa Haag. tb --.,/A ..c9c
and charm. lected was more than enjoyable, 'PERMITS ISSUED Daily Times, who, was i in,,)Key. introduces features " "... Maxwell House Cofte,, "S2e
I quite a variety'of
The favorable' I West with : ONE STOP SERVICE Cuban Coffee,. lb. .:,...,,! aGe
tea-table positively elicited and comments Mrs Nicholson find It
i many. ; I that are synchr atie. Ttrite I'I ;
IT :, ;lS Kidney Beans,.2 au'.uc
of admiration were anent its beauty and party of leftjestctdsyfor .RICHARDSON'SSpecial : 1 >* v' ?
gasps from the;, ward ,guests: our new front suspension, for'example. -, Meats Cod JFUk Cake, 2 fr :<; HclIt
throng, fo/1lU, i, all s"HuuiU* clisymL "{: nc\' :tUGt' Four building and repair permits his home. Mrs. Nicholson and Its effect is synchronize 1 'i j\VJjether\ !! : you need II String:Beans,. 2 for 25c

eight: carried'out tin the 'pastel l r I '"ThesFlo i'er Show i itself" is a I were issued from the officeof guests will remain for. the rest of I the action of the front wheel"on.1 ?ate rileF'juits';..:' }. Oysters, I lIt f BlAck"Beans;>2 Ibs. -__, ,, : t8c

6th ml!i'1th. Aly ihi tani(candytuft -.'rriot ofkpl: I ld ptvti liveliness, far the building inspector during the week. .(.. ttj> J.. row'prices. on groceries' one' side with that on. theotherFade. : i]'; vege Ji'lea*..: r.w alnr* .Producal1'Archer's >** *"; Calumet' "Baking' Powd.r'1YI

forming the Initials! "K. W. Wrpas ing any other Tiff air of its the week ending February 21. -,, are being offered in'the weekendI The prbcecss takes' .place arGcef1 >:y'vtrif pcr can !" < .He

G. C.," these: initials, of course;][nature previously held here All I Issuances were made for: E. B. Montague; district" traffic. at. Richardson''store, corner automatically. So we call'the sus-1 I I : r' ,.y'' itaty./', ;t. I i Siam Rice'5 Ibs, .*,_ ,.._':'35c
representing the Key West Gar' varieties} \ of !tropical blooms and Erection of a garage on Waddell manager,: of the Southern Bell I of Eaton and Elizabeth streets. pension! method 'synchromatic;: 1' We; meet all competition .with II I Safety Matches, 3 v e.u pkgs./;-2Sc Z5c

den Club. Palest pastel blue was; plants are in evidence, and several II street for the Ca a Marina Telephone and Telegraph Company -'I Each Thursday Richardson's I "Or take the new Dodge trafns- I low prices and high quality Toilet Paper, 5 rolls 24c

to be glimpsed beneath the fine' visits would be necessary in,. hotel. Owner, Florida East Coast and W. L. Dickson, assistant I j Grocery advertises a number of: mission that makes gear shifting

lace tea-cloth, and the tea service order to give more than a cursory I Hotel company; cost, $350. 'I district manager and Alvin Boyer, items priced exceptionally low.< so easy this year. It is so ararng- I PROMPT FREE DELIVERY I Phone 658-R Free Delivery

itself was splendidly in keeping': glance to each individual exhibit. I Another garage is also called instructor arrived yesterday fora i,This store has become popular I led that the rotation of the two !, Phone 67 814 Fleming. St. I Eaton and Elizabeth Streets
with the other beautiful features Key Westers responded noblyto I for on the same street. This, too, I visit with Tim Pittman, local with housewives seeking bargains, gears to be meshed is synchroniz- -

of the affair. Mrs. Malone had I the appeal of the Garden Club I is being built for the Casa Marina manager. 1 tin J the grocery line. i ed, made to occur at the same 1 1'l- I

invited each member of the Gar- ( for plants and flowers to exhibit, I hotel and is to cost $250. I _.__ __ _. .
den Club to be a hostess. I| and the result is very gratifying, I Repairs to garage on Flagler --

Tea was poured by Mrs. JuliusF. for the show is indeed a large and Avenue. Owner, Dr. Harry N. S. '
Stone, Jr., Mrs. Robert T. Men- superb one. Jones; COt! $100. .x '' ': Ai5". rv5:

ner, Mrs. Carlton B. Hunt and Prior to the official opening of I General repairs in rear of 620 I S *
Mrs. Harold Ballou, and the following the show members of both the I. Duval street. Owner, D. Arono- I O I.
ten lovely young Key Key West Woman's Club and vitz; cost $250. 9 '''' ''.; .

West socialities, selected by Mrs. Garden Club were addressed at a
Malone, served: special meeting in the Public .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeee I WHEN ALL ;ELSE FAILS

Mrs. Louise Auxier, Mrs. Eola Library by Mrs. T. V. Moore, Things One RemembersBy I i '" .... muotuix

Swicegood, Mrs. Howard Wilson! state president of the Florida : I /
Mrs. Isabel Ball, Misses Mary Federation of Women's Clubs, R. M. HOFER j '

Louise Spottswood, Mary Falk, and Mrs. T. T. Stephens vice- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.1 I I l -

Alee Curry Elizabeth Atcherson, president of Section Eleven of the I[( .
The other day I was in a country
Susan LaKin and Dorothy Cleare. Federation. These two addresseswere
store the Oregon
The sheer organdie dresses of much! enjoyed by those pres. grocery .
coast. Some travelers were getting
these young women further enhanced ent at the meeting, and the twoladies
soft drinks.
the already breathtaking who are among the spon-
I asked the lady proprietress,
loveliness of the affair; these! sors of the Flower Show later at- 4 5
whom I knew, if she couldn'tmake +.Yf
frocks were in pastel shades, soft, tended the show itself at the open- I t fi $,
me a ham sandwich. She
fluffy and billowy. ing. 1
motioned me to one side and said
The concert that took place: in The whole afternoon was a j
that the law prohibited her from
conjunction with the tea, this un- pleasure and a delight:: one that
felling sandwiches unless she took
der the able direction of Mrs. J. will not soon be forgotten by
out "another" license. She pointed I
C. Gekcler wife of Rev. Gekeler, those participating. ;
to the"wall of the store which: / .4nr f.5.4''tflY. k r""sly .
,, :
-- .- ---- .- '- was covered with licenses, federal d:x... d: ? .. .. l : /.::: :4. : :4}.v:::.:!+.:#? {};.f-...G,r .x...:.Mrh..:/... r... v .. 4.G....fi..v.. .K f ..: .t. .l". t';t' : ) tQ t 5
S/. E. ., .'.:fl,1.P4rt'S; Yr.:. .... :1.,''..f. xyft.
which for : : ; k..S. : : : ?
and state, were required f Sn.r a:> :: :.y ) -r;
Habana-Madrid Club Will Be :: the sale of different products. w: w
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"But, she said, "there is no s .X
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Formally Opened Here TonightThe from 1Y' ; F.rN.d yY F,:Sri x/ +
law that :
yet prevents me xYfi J
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v.j... :.,?ot..::.,.4r..:?r!. :tr' Yd;si.4 1t! r
giving you a sandwich, which she P o.i:? $ad

grand owning of the new interest has >keen> evinced in its ;Y..rn, .,tv t..?;'::;;:+':::;,;:.,' ... ;. ..' ar. yx ; g" 6; :?';''rit.%:! r !.
:: did.What A free any Y.'ttS S'!;, Y% /'ry" ;+.7':o.. .:....f}.,.:..?a . ,at'I' a:....e. : ..,.
picture country 'F
Habana-Madnd Club will take, opening. a + ?l'4tY a. .4 :: '?:i '!'
place tonight and Key West sa Special dance music and cab- a little country grocery store, J r dw':C:r.Y,:,:.{ .:.?::::4.fS k
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ciety, with members of the win aret presentations have been ar. a hungry man-and the law prohibits '#4 ; ; +'?Y{ -

ter colony and the large number! ranged, the latter consisting of him from buying a sand- di sf .,+ rA' :.},v4, ?, ; t ;$'s}!: :?:4i..?;
of visitors to the city, will be on Marguerite Hand, acrobatic and wich. v1...:5r.v:::!S vy?!,;t}.... ::.+..>,,. w,
hand. I i I I rhumba dancer, and Ann McDonnell ;:(.:34i'::

This very swanky new nightclub I I blues singer. Two orchestraswill From Marshfield Oregon! comes d? '%! rt. ;f..5: v%4y< 5St:5:.: rs': b ;
located right in the city and play: Louis Carbonell's and the astonishing press dispatch that 4

easily: accessible from anywhere the Carioca Rhumba, and Jimmy two dairymen were fined, not for

about, expected to become very ''Crawford will officiate as master selling impure milk but for the

popular immediately,; for much ot.ceremonies.I ti high crime of selling milk that was 'Ytu. . ..Cy
I too rich, too pure-ju&t as it came
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from a good cow.

Visiting Officers Of Woman9s I could hardly believe my eyes. .
There was no false labeling, no

adulteration! -the crime seamed to '
Club Delightfully/ EntertainedAfter
be that they failed to water" .4 d

their milk sufficiently to bring the 'Atti: & 65 : I
a delightful visit asquests public library! :; held before the butter fat content down to the
of the Key West Woman's1 t flower show, and each of the vis- legal requirements for the gradeof I. ;

Club: Mrs. T. V. Moore, state '! entertained with milk sold. The court handlingthe I ; y yr
iting delegation
president of the Florida Federation I j case gave the offenders a :
informal and instructive talks.
of Woman's Clubs and Mrs. pended sentence and placed SUS.1

T T. Stephens, vice president of II Following this they attended the on parole for a >ear. I

Section 11 of the federation and flower show and then in company And this happened in the land I

Mrs.\ Avery Guyton corresponding with Mrs. Goshorn and Mrs. Wil- : of the free! Men hailed into court

secretary of the liam R. Warren visited many i and sentenced for serving their Ii IiI

left yesterday: federation'l' points of interest including the customers too well.

On their arrival the Key West Tropical Aquarium. I 1

were met at the train by Mrs. G. I This they concluded was one of "When profitability! disappears I. .. .

N. Goshorn, president of the local the grandest and most interesting through prices falling below co ts, ?

organization, and Mrs. Minnie exhibits they have ever seen. the situation may be restored in /

Porter Harris, past president, and Before leaving the visitors said one of two ways: Prices may be lo

entertained at luncheon at the they would make.- trip to raised, or costs may be reduced. 9 '" '" .1
Ca'a Marina. this delightful and interesting cityas The second. .is the normal method ": -""
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to do by which depression is -: :: ;: :
Afterward a =.
they went a special soon as they possibly
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removal of the Y/ '>' : :
meeting of the club at the I I so. ended with the : .. "';1'j j ,
maladjustments in which it orig- sir tar 'lr r
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inated."-Sir Arthur Salter.

Ball DanceAt ..
Masquerade Arrange
day Grand Costume Ball to beheld

At Cuban ClubAn Cuban Club tomorrow night at Casa Marina -

and everything is in readi-I .;+ I am a friend indeed. A better friend top leaf nor a single coarse bottom

affair of much: interest to Washington's Birthday ness for a glorious evening.It :: !" ;. .

the city's younger set will be the Dance at the Cuban Club tomor- and ,unusual is expected costumes that many will be new in .f .4'..ithan others, because, I am.made .only leaf to mar my good taste or my

Masquerade Ball at the Cuban row night will wind up the holiday evidence, for society ever enjoys '

Club Saturday night sponsored by activities celebrating the birth ol such affairs, and the keynote of of mild, fragrant, expensive center uniform mildness. I am a sooth-. '

the Kappa Pi Club. the country's first president. the day, of course, is to be individual -

Although it will not be compulsory have Those left in nothing charge undone of the to affair make and startling.The it i" leaves I don't permit a single sharp ing companion, the best of friends.
event occurring as will
to wear a costume at this this an enjoyable affair. Pritch- xyt
at the
very peak of the Key West ,r 1 i,
affair, as many as can are requested ard's Orchestra has been securedto social season promises to be one LUCKI ; E CENTER LEAVES .

by the committee in furnish music for the occasion. of unusual magnificence. A great
charge to come in masquerade. ; eP '
reservations -
many already
AH members of the Kappa Pi Grand Costume Ball been made, and more are con- ,; E ER LEAVES GIVE YOU THE MILDEST
organization will be in costume '
it is stated. Tomorrow NightPreparations stantly pouring in. I ::KE. ,: '

Arrangements have been madeto I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING } e ,

have Pritchard's Orchestra furnish i have been com- WORKS., 514 MARGARET ST.I ... ... ,/ .P4 .
music for the occasion. pleted for the Washington's Birth-PHONE 152-M. dec20 "safe- ; :-'. "r r. < - -.

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