The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00442
 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 28, 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: UF00048666:00442
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Associated Service.Press Day Wire A mlJr': !{ w. est Citizen( t ,r.Key....., West,,'t able, Florida weather, has in the the ,

For 55.r; Yeans Devoted to the Country; with an average

nest Interests of Key West Irange of only 14* FahrenheitVOLUME
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feyii\ Art Gallery Will .I i 1[ GUARDS CALLED 'ROTARIANS HOLCJI )I-J JI MANY INTERESTEDIN MAKING SURVEY I Many Other Important issues:


Be Formally Opened TonightVarious | AT I Ii I Confront Congress Aside'FromPresident's


- --- j ,-A i I Work\ ''Relief
Paintings Will FIRE DAMAGES i i I CUP TAXES -- - - .- -


Be On Display In A3-!I: TWO\ BUILDINGS | ON TRAIN THIS AFTERNOON -i ---- DATA HERE; IS GUEST AT'. To Recuperate Leaders Become

I I i There was an open session held I Clerk Ross: :: C. Sawyer reportsa I \
dilioH To Several Excellent -! CASA MARINA .................
THISMORNING I Ii I at the Rotary: luncheon today with steady flow of visitors to his of- Watchful In Va-

Drawings 1 1 I i i I I several features making up the I II fice during the past few days. Problems Facing

Battery "E", Florida National I day's program. I Some of them are buying up tax A great deal of interest is being -
,, Guard was summoned for mobilization President Strunk formally pre- certificates and others paying shown by Elmer Davis, widely !II
TLe Key West Art Gallery will) NEARBY RELATIVES WHILE :'
anted Bill Bates with silver
i: 2:30 o'clock this! afternoon I a taxes. I known writer who is a regu1I '.ar I IL
Le: opened tonight with a reception HOME WVAS BURNING ON I cup: in appreciation of his long! )
ito, prepare to leave on the! aherIto.n -, thel During the period there have I I contributor to the columns of HERBERT PLUMMER
the which has and regular: attendance at
ii gallery, s I I II I iI Illy A..erUlr4 tress.
NEWTON STREET been 1'J tax certificates sold, all
been placed in the remodelled !I train for Matecumbe where:I Rotary meetings Mr. Bates is ,:' I harper Monthly in the rehabilitation e Feb. 8.-
of them on one particular subdivision I
Caroline Lowe house, the trouble, it is aid, is anticipated I shown to have attended every program in Key West. j from what disposition the
at corner -
meeting held by the local body which is considered excel- '
While the. home on Newton
Mr. Davis has been in Key West '
of Dura! and Caroline streets. : at the veterans' camp. I H makes of the president's
street' was burning, her sister,i I during the past: eighteen:; years. lently located and a valuable pieceof the past few days and is a guest J
The opening starts at S o'clock. ; Members of the local unit were Mr. Bates stated that he felt : work-relief bill
'I i I I property.Realizing at the Casa Marina. f ''icei
II Mrs: Will Baez and brother, I ,
Nearly 53 water color paintings Charles Richardson, awakened: called! by 15 taps of the fire bell I r much elated with the token pve- | that demands are be- He is making"-an'' 'exhaustivej i : other considerations, jf
I rented and to take 1 1care
will)' be on display tonight, together I Mi-s. Fred Johnfon and five chil-I and after an interval of one min- great { ing made on Clerk Sawyer for j study of' the rehabilitation 'pro-l lI which will bear watch.
I I of the which he prizes
with approximately a half dren, and assisted: ; in getting them* ute, 15 taps were again sounJed.I .I cup these tax certificates quite a number ,, gram and since being'here,has"'W-.
highly.A I.I.o .
i ; terviewed various department!
dozen etchings, and several wash from the building to safety. !I Within a fhort time the troops letter was read from Earle of owners of lots in this subdivision -J heads of the Key West,'Adnihiis-1 20 amendments .
I are some
drawings. I The building next door, occupied were assembling at the armory at Thatcher, district Rotary are going to the clerk's tration. as well as many other }t
by William Russell, was in go\'er-I I local citizens:; determining the extent to the measure hanging
Southard and! White streets. nor who was here last :
Wojk on the old Caroliae Lowe: i'iarnes. The fire, says Fire Chiefleaker office; and paying up back taxes. to which the rehabilitation GOVERNOR DAVE
hu so one, of the moet :attractive' : was caused by a curtain Mobilization orders were received -I pressing his appreciation of the i : program being carrIed on by the all torts of con,

o.' the last century, has beencuzpleted I j being i ignited from a lamp. i: by Captain Leslie Russell reception accorded him and hill: 'I administration is being success'ful. GOVERNOR : issues destined to be
i The house occupied by rr. guests, and elm thanked the Rolarians LEGISLATORS : I:
as far as remodelling;;( cf Battery "E," from Adjutant iI i out later in the session. r
| Russell, owned by the Gwynn Estate for the! opportunity afforded This is not the first time Mr.
ai an art gallery is concerned. j was practically destroyed:: : General Vivian. Collins St. Auj- I Davis has visited in Key West, for j I .
at at that: time when he was taken : PLANNING FUND both of the silver and
and the opening tonight, to which I That occupied by the Johnson i 1 he has come here intermittently 1 j ARRIVESJN II

cm public b invited will mark'I family, owned by Aquilino Lopez ustire, with instructions to report out on a fishing trip which proy- j for many years, and can recall 1I! I variety, are represent

another step in Key Wcfct's re-,I was badly damaged. to Majcr Willnam V. Albury who e i to be such an enjoyable outing. 1 FOR ROAD DEPT.ACTION ) many older citizen: of Key West''! CHIEF EXECUYIVE I' .. of of the
'! Mrs Owen Hinde was the first Julius Langner was a guest at t who died in the years intervening i payment

habilitation program. The fine j person to give notice of the fue returned by train from Matecumbe he meeting as: well a* Jack Wise!: I I -I I I since he first knew them. |: JOINS bonus, those favoring the 4
aria!', particularly painting, etch- by informing Hamilton finder, this afternoon brother-in-law of J. J. Trevor Although :Mr.:\ Davis is interest-I

tn, ireaco, and sculpture! work, who l lives: next to the Johnson rendered i TAKEN FOLLOWING : ed, for writing purposes, in the I,I HERE week-in fact all shades
Seen at his home Major Albury ANNOUNCEMENT BY DE-
arc being made a definite part 0:i home. He phoned Number 1 .fire actual workings of the administration I
Ij will stab at the bill in.
uu octal order here. I j station ant the alarm was sent in; tcld The Citizen that the whole I be an interesting i one throughout. PARTMENT OF. HAVING INSUFFICIENT here, he expressed! himself I
tijat! 0; the! arusts who arc 'at G:40 o'clock. i matter is in the hands of B. M.' p personally as approving the j Governor David though their thrurts may
'Uiv. with the district office of I I i While none of the furniture of TRACKI REVENUEBy ,, changes which have taken place ':J
, .1. rlanaa LP.will have their i the Johnson family was destroyed Duncan, engineer in charge of j ASK RACE since his last visit. an arrival by train
v.o.k on display tonight, and lat- ;, by fire, practically all of the bridge operations at Matecumbe, I j I' noon and joined Mrs importance of these'propos
< .- \.UI k of the other! three will be family's wearing apparel was I FUNDS BE MADE i; REX SAFFER t
. ced in the gallery. Those whose i damaged by water.VISITORS ,I wli requested that national guardI I (Florida News Service SELECT SHOWS I and the four to the work-relief bill lieu

, i Iti will be oa display tonight; In- 'i : troops be sent to the ccene. TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 28.- ..factti.. ..J jri. test of
AVAILABLE NOW' :1 Casa Marian IIo4 : ; :
i-1'.f: Alfred D. Cnaii; Admi Flans to .give ,the state road department FOR CARNIVAL I -
Ailed if there troubleat l : such issues will be had.
GREATLY \ was any I on
.I Jan'et sufficient funds for
UarOfi.vh.0Piehatrd; 1 I The governor has
. \ ,1'Iy< John. :on. F. Ttiwu ndin the,camp Mr. Duncan said there proper maintenance of and bet- : may not necessarily: be

. Peter Uotu-r, KruJ.: ENJOY STAY HEREMRS. was no trouble at present. He said H1LLSBCRO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS terment to the 6,500 miles of state' DURING MARCH:I i fering from a I: gauge. So many'conflicting!

,ili and Stanley Wood. Others; highway for whose! care it is responsible I I I tack of influenza r will be at' play that it
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: will have their work lunging; that in one camp of 400 men a PROTEST TO were launched this w.ek'It :
i difficult to determine what
1 '''in the wall or on ills l.i\ innear strike ha teen in progress tinceMcnJay ERNOR SIIOLTZ IN WITH 1' ). reveral legislators after hear- CHIEF HARRY BAKER OF a to Key Wert to spend
W. II, BUNCE AND SON I ,, the II i is the trend of sentin nt on
future are Brown i department's announcement I I
and that calling out the HOLDING REVENUE I LOCAL FIRE DEPT. BOOKS with his family and .
e :\. Beck and William Hoffman. i, HAD BEEN SPENDING WINTERS ; that it i it unable properly to I i I

..i iEuwani Urucevinter troops was being done as a precau- maintain fond better the highwaysI BEST AND CLEANEST OF I II I ate. I Senate Rider Only

,.I 1 nt here, long a devotee of IN CALIFORNIA that I i I with present appropriations. I' fact remains, however, they
in the
tiorary measure, event
chairman of a committee of i (Florida News Service) !! Should one plan they are considering ', ATTRACTIONSNone I I Ii l trotted out for a prelim- .
t' :es who will greet visitors the situation became more serious. TAMPA, Feb.! 28.! -In a letter be adopted by the 1935 '" SEVEN 'Party canter on the' legislative
Visitor who themselves <> Governor Have Sholtz, h Hills- legislature, the department would and
"i. 'u they arrive at the art caltonight : express! The request for troop: provided 1 I be clocked judged by
I ( *. Others on her com- B', enjoying their stay in Key 1 boro County Commissioners registered be given revenue from six cents but the' !best and cleanestof PERMITS ]i who line the rail.
. i tic ire Mrs. Julius F. Stone, W t.>t to the fullest are Mrs\ W. II. that 100 men be sent to the scene, vigorous protest to any :J: of the state's gasoline tax for the the shows and other entertain- r in the senate can such a

:'Irs. Wiliiam II. Malone. Mrs. ', Bunce and zon: Jay Dwight' oi* Mr. Duncan said. In the event sew allocation: of this season's next two years. This, under ex- ment features of the Krause Car- : be done. Members of the

U 1 mm K. Porter Mrs. lit\ 1:. (iil- Detroit. :Michigan .I tate" race track revenue. j is-tinir estimates; would run in the nival are to be brought to Key i 1 I held down by strict rule,
a>id Mr.- Carlton C. Hurst. I Heretofore, Mrs.\ Dunce and that that number is not availablein This action was taken when information reighborhood of $13,000.000, to West, Chief Harry Baker of the ISSUES COVER the right to offer

t' ieiings! !: of the Caroline ', ron. who are both sufferers from Key West nembers of the na- was received from Tal- 1'! he llCt'oted in most part to maintaining Key West Fire Department told GENERAL 'I I or riders to the

"..i' boo's have been done overa Arthritis have been spen'Iin;? the tional guard from Miami will be laha-see that disbursement of the and bettering existing The Citizen today. bill. Only in the
: silver finish, and the walls winter in California and, wt>il, fund! might be held up until after highway in order to keep them' Chief Baker. Attorney Allan B. one slips by the senate and
:;i t- been finished in a mottled they have always: enjoyed their ordered to the scene. the l legislature i meets in April. ,, from serious tleterioration. For Cleare. :Jr.. Secretary John Rob- a conference between the

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; lied, giving to each painting comfort and enjoyment in mi;sioners state that they have ba been given approximately $6- Torres. Captain of Police Everett Seven building and to express its

.", t ap'.iearanco. ratter ihan the 1 K 'y West: than ever before, they leave with the troops from Key bujgtted the anticipated share of 400.000 annually by the state. : Rhas and Roy",JIamlin., returned mits were issued from .

which would result from dili''hiinff. 1 y- I Welt'' thit- afternoon: and will,:be I ttalja: racing money and would find I Under tire plan as advancedthe yesterday from Fort Lauderdale' 'cT Building Inspector : then the house! leader
I Guests of fr. and Mrr. ., '. I I"" t ', in embarrassing three rents of gasoline money where' weni"to select 'the attractions
: ; ,{/.h ,1'1! > Willjuu'Wlatp : \1 in 'charge of the local unit ,and themselves a very they er during( theweek; invoke, its power li
I' i IK. have) been made ior/dtien- at the liome. TOM I South "' ,J i.lJj-lion., i if the. funds were with- now going to the central boardof : fps Key West. ruary 28.' Three of and reduce to a minimum

,ut cits os on the secondfloor street.; Mr.\ and 11f ;. Bunce *a'idthey also the conlTijcnt: : which was' oroered he'dThe |Jlill born county bud- administration in Tallahasseefor There will be nine shows and for .new metal ,roofs, er of ultimate passage.

'I' house, with come Of':,the have visited! since early fall. ; (rom",1a''i.; ; , I pet for the current year anticipate retirement of the road and, nine riding devices;and a number made for ,the following: the things: to watch as the
('I i t4\ovfd by l the Florid; nil the popular resort? in, Florida I ", ,!, $13.000 from race track bridge bonds of counties and 'fp>'''of vending and amusement con- Repairs to floors at bill winds its tortuous

\I. \ ti'liltht'i K-cturing. Ijiter end: have concluded that Key Vest "I' revenue which is appropriated to cial taxing districts would be ce"-fions.-AU of these are'cl auand and Simonton streets the senate !is whether

> 'II'cci L i- mvu'tK: .tMt 'floor hft. I.y far the I bet climate and PETREL CALLEDON the- road and bridge!:; fund. given to the. road department. : attractive and will' .be11! ''different Refining Company; will eompromisa

\' 01 .K.MERCURY. "'3'S. They have: been here twoI the flat racing commission re- I' however would; be free to retire', it is said. street Owner, L. I I senators to have their
I, .I'ck- and will remain: the rest of THREE TIMES "nty! :stated:: that each county i) outstanding bonds with tax funds Among the shows will be a $75. I risk the chance of th!

TO the 1 winter 1It'3-on. I i mould realize close to $15.000 '. which! her tofcre have been used regular old time Plantation Show Repairs to walls at I I saving the ,day later. %
DROPS ---- -- 1 i -- 'rom the race track fund this for maintenance 0: roads and with entertainers away above the ton street. Owner, Jo No Big Change Seen
according to Commissioner bridges constructed by these units ordinary, with an entirely new
: ASK RETURN OF ; PORTER DOCK CO. VESSEL year cost, $25.Add I best guess la that the work-
50 THIS MORNINGINDICATIONS Fernandez on whose motion thetetter and not by the state. : and up to the minute .repertoire
porch at 1013
i bill will from con
: I written to seventh cent ol the features.An I I emerge
BRINGS IN SICK MEN I cf objection was I The present of songs and dancing street. Owner,
; and to the White House
--- i OPERA COSTUMES I Governor Sholtz.REPORTS tax, scheduled to die this year as animal show with a"on- I: go
, OFF SHIPSThree II (cost. $50.Metal in its original form, with no
I ---- I an emergency measure would under derfully I trained.collection of roof at White :
made without
WIND WILL DIE i the new allocation plan eitherI performers. A Fan Dancer, who
BOAT ; House approvaL
I be dropped entirely or, if re- good. The petrified man. Fat I
DOWN BY j Member:\ o the cast in "Piratef cost experience with such emer
calls have been made on enacted, be returned to the state'sgeneral Woman. Flea Circus! and Ca-
the staged I, Metal roof at 718
lie Penzance. opera : has shown that!
REPORTED the I'orter Dock during fund, whre it has it is legislation
IT company BEINGASHORE revenue pone's death car which
with "La Owner Taylor
!lat week in connection I Myrtle ; limited time aUot.:d
asked to-, I the past two days for services of gone since it was!'! set up by the said was used by members of his! Metal roof at \; a
| Semana Alegie, were such
I I for enacting
: the Tug Petrel to get men from 1931 Carlton legislature. and was shot up by officers.This .i pro--
S day to return costumes used ii in I ; ; pang val streets. Onwer, tendency has been in
\o: sir it i.not. anywhere i i racing ship to be placed in the Proponents of this form of al- was bought bv Bennie' the
the prdduction to Ralph Gunn. as CHIEF HARRY BAKER TOLD cot, $200. to invest in the president
; Marine\ hospital 1 at Key West will advocate it. they sold the
..i 40 lost Bfgfaj.; That u, not rociate dircetor, at 529 Caroline! ; i location Krause when ordered by authority which
Key Weat-'AlPii matter of ,' ttreet.; i ILast. night the tug went out to 1 OF YACHT AGROUND say, unless a better means is court ; TIME at the outset. "

, h the tewptftii'm e' did not fall By co-operating in this way. it; meet the Steamship :; I shown to protect the.existing i There i is also one fi eft-attra 435 individuals in

p-' 1 \" SO in Kfw'AVe-t and that i was explained, con:iderable! trouble .1 i bound from Norfolk funrannon'l NEAR GRASSY KEY tate maintained highways from' tion, the chief said, which is one RICHMOND: Ind.- : are and 96 in the senate-

v a around C &&. this morning. can be avoided which will re-, thur, Texas: and I 1 fatal deterioration of the best. This an aerial casting -' Kay, a colored youth of 631 votes. On legisla-
i 1:1:i other party of' the state temi -.. suit if thore in charge of the production ', ? Howard Maynard. member of the | They pointed out that the state. :: act with six finished performers -! can guess within two this there rrob-
-i I ares as lOw',' S'. 3a. or four.. have to collect the cos-. : personnel of the ship. While returnmg from a trip to i j now is in no financial shape as a, expecting some of the, the correct time, day or as different are

",,' waat lat.ft HIe In Tam- I went o-it. met the Steamship Lub- make arrangements for the ; because of the necessity of maintaining -.1 air while working on the flying; i
FERA has bor-
( already
.. u was two 4ffefev=? higher I or rafol from Manchester England. firemen's carnival. Chief Harry r and bettering those now tranoze. t
.' and in MicJoTit was; 3S. bound for Port Arthur, and I Baker raw a yacht run aground* in existence some of them since There will be no change in the ATTEND | millions to carry on) ob-!

.\l: the ueatlMf bureau the;; Masonic Notice brought ashore: Frans Van-Des- I right near Grassy Key, yesterday 1915. The road department has, date it was learned. The carnival 1 '! speed is essential and op

ring it vas laid that ia,!iia ..el Tierre, for the Marine hospital. afternoon I used federal funds in the past two will open Monday March 11 Our Cocktail for composing direr.

ei- were that tbvie v.uld> iu* 1111< Tuesday night the vessel! leftto i Chief Baker told The Citizen i years for nearly all new construct -; and continue through the week. & .of opinion on capitol Lill-

f in temperature :o Key West meet the Steamship Nevada 1 he was not able to learn the name Each Saturday,
i ,:njrht. It may be yintUcoldii AH Scottish Rite Ma- and brought ashore Thomas Task-1 of the yacht because of the dis-t}! The advocates further said j SIMMONS NATIONALLY t 5 till 7

> there would poiiMy >be an sons are invited to dinnerat i-r. lie was placed in the hospital tance of the craft from the key I they advanced their plan under 2 1 Advertised Mattresses and Springs SMART CO.
iTtment, in the wini. and also high winds and consequent -i i belief that the 1935 legislature Beantyrest, $39.50; Deepsleep, '
The wind is, at I K4!'t in Key the Plaza Restaurant, MAN HAS TWO HEARTS flying spray. II I will enact some sort of general, $29.50; Slumber King. $22.75; TONIGHT' 1 1Y Y/
\\ it, the most di gfeeable item Friday, March 1, at 7 Ii I I I However the vessel was not in !I sales tax as a means of financing Felt Plated, $8.80; All Felt Mat- D A' N C I N D't Lie To Your Wife"

1 a spelt of chilly \'.-.ather. and I o'clock. Installation of t PITTSBURGH.-Physicians recently jeopardy for any length of time schools of the state. This, they, tress. $10.80 up; Fabric Springs!, .. ,..r beats fr.. 3 p.Y'

....t t It \- ill aJ'ate ctlnileraLI\- officers at the lodge immediately discovered that Edward i as the Ferry Florida Keys went to said would eliminate any possible i,' $6.80 up; Coil Spring, $7.20 up. RAUL'S .. o. it TENT''' '

t itds I nightfall. will fe pleasin.s. g: following. 'I Reynolds! of this city has two her assistance and towed her to I' need of taking gasoline revenue i'i'LONG'S I FURNITURE STORE 'i Bring Year .Mercheats Ticket 6rrr

. : t.eartslne on each side. i deeper water and safety. for schools. i! feb28-lt
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GENERAL SMUTS TALKS AGAINA ....... .e..e............. ......... .... .... 1 a.eo..eeso'oe..o..s..l
t it t. r)' tUt1t.17 'L'k:'fYMIiN VIEWS "1nd f I Tni-t Company; of New York foldest 'IT.>

I "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" I, Today In }History I ; trust company in countr-
urd. Daily Kzcept Sunday ByriJH 'I haltered: under rUIllF.lI'mer_
generation or so ago General Jail .. ._
( ITIJ\ 11 J-IIING Cv>., INC. By RUSSELL KAY REVIEWS!i .a..e..e0. o.o..o 1 Fire Insurance' and Loan Com

J. I-. .AllTM IN, Prr.ldeBt. I Smuts was leading the Boer, in their war ..... ..... ....ss.......e....... ...... ...........-. 172G-Britain propped a tat I'any.
Pruro The Cluxi-u ISutiUinKOraer against Britain. Since then he has com- I WHAT THtV WV WKTHFP OMIT OU UtyVJG; ,on l"IUttl'| i t > jpotwt the i ooi- '
Gene and Ann Streets Gilbert Leach, editor of the slit',.' ilia day!' after: .i.1) without !
mandeu British soldiers in Vance ami) is .. dera! ; <'d' that -ipns read "ttnink 1874-End rf of the iiht"*
Lec..inl': ; Commercial l I.realint. ::1 li t'M t rod \ IlIlo' a ieof c'ur 1'1 j Elbert B. Thomas U. S. Senator t ono
air Daily: N.wapaper In Key Feat and. Monroe one of the trusted advisers: on foreign th.- general l argument about fishing I ani 'ugh! and 'Toned. lu (purtha-e ; from Utah: for .1' punny tip ; dead drunk for twopnee *"!I, fauntM of CnjglH) trialili I
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County. policy for the Empire.In stud li-hinp; licen,'..; with the : ...Ie and i (pa euuiI toc >, the great-. "Nations that understand each ; noUumr i Tichborne Qe.19:7U. .

lIter; ll at K.rVe.t. Florida as second class attr sutc; :tion that proviions; be made'' < r niimtx: 'r arc never :111I'n.b-ndeJ.j lI | other and! hive no fear of each 1822-Tht.' City Dank Farmers i!
a recent speech at Gen- "
.:1.: '''. -.. ;'. t'IPTV."lTIIPrHr :: "IUIt t tat fcr tl.e i ';uanoe of "teinporar i I I.-onutV! I l believe that: if f'Vt''y" i other will never fi:: ht. I S. Suprwn '',,,"r>
.. eral Smuts continued( hi> policy of frankly Ijccn1uood; for a day I.r n week : .' \\l<> tl..t" any fresh water ,actor! { of niployment.' productionand I'oaml. Teapot Dome leases' :ll'-yl l lard
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.9I.t th. t .elatrd 1 r. I discus ing international i issues. lIe favors: it a ronunal Jtte. fishing whether resident. 01 nonre3iJnt Herbert Hoover, former president: trade." i fraudulent.
bdtJAh entitled to
:. oel&tert is l I
r r V'libUcAtlon' or all news dIII>atche credited to close cooperation between Great Britain It i. a acne and sensible sujjgestioM in his own county or any | "Whatever v;>,iat: *:,. infringes Daniel C. of 'i
It or not othe..wlse credited .In this paper and also ': !! anal:I one that ought! to I other county, were required tn pay ; and abrogates fundamental American Roper Secretary 'i 11 iss: Conftrtutionrl' e.iit : ,

the.,a J,local._._*W: Published-liur.'NMIONAl ---. -- and 1 the United States and fully realize have capful consideration of oars I tht nominal fee of $1 1.lIn( :t \(ar liberty violate the lire |pll> a- "The Commerce profit-motive: and print <-.:" u i endcil in Itrmaiu: :
'I' the danger to the world pence in Asia. A law makT shout they undertake for a stale license it would brings i tip!!. of America: a. a natCTI.: !I ...__
tCIICRIALASSOCIATION pit inn t hithe mran-sprinvj:: : of
L struggle in the Pacific he ..mid. wouldprobably .! : to vamp our ("on"t'rva"on: in many times the amount now { '"iman'ion: in our e<"on iru and IIH! ; bII'hu.u'I': s nt''I I :'
11 I (ifj'': rtment regulations.Ji'b eollected. and make enforcement':.ficvil'o CLatabcriain: Criliili Chancellor .
erili[iL 193 5 social system ro" yet t throne.
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eventually involve not only Japan ( .'rt point, out thit hundreds a much simpler matter r rAn of the Exchequer:

-- --si-nit iirTioIIXTI:" and China or llti ia or the United State o" toiiri .t who a;e in the U.tC: true cport: nen tppret d.tf'1 i (I "The policy ol p'ovl'ln' ,:t:Mwotls "'e< -- ..--. -- .----- .. - ---

Fit,mn Months Y..ar ....., ... .. .. .. .. ....h.._..._. Sill!lll(1ft but al litre Months ... . ..- :41In. to enjoy a day's, fishins: Lut they conservation and none would experience in this r ."'rI \>::1 i ::1 i
.... . .. "If Japan knew that treaty or no ob-I
i .8! don't fee! jn tified in the d fferent from that: of other
Iri. ek't; ..... ,_:_: .....- .. ....... :_- ...-=-- ::--- ':::.:_= ::1 pnrchi jest to paying= a nominal' "m toj i no ,
treaty there existed in fact a policy of : -o of a full yiar's license for ask counts which tried it" The Nsvcr-Tirbj:::
insure(' it. It i'! ja"t a!; fair to ja
AIVI.HTIMN: ; It.tTIYMade the privilejT". I .nl i
known application."VIA practical cooperation between the British nnn to pry a teen:e to fi"h in .. GUARDIAN I
on "llov. tourists! could) Alfred I Hi'de'i, German! aero I 1
many ;play ; ,
1 li' county it i' to ask him \
'I1tI. :\U''H'I.A" : and American that knowledge of own as I fPIr I
polf in Florida; iilbeit: a'ks.!' "if naut: ,
r Ml'nt! no in-s. cards of thank olutons l to pay a license! to dn bu ine s in I'
r., ..-eet. rl>;itnnr> notlc.. etc. will be charffv-I for at itself! would in all probability suffice to in- they' '::<''(' required to |>av a full tl'e county, but the fee 'hoi-1,1' he ":i. railroad: operation. pnil on == I Its : : of your I
: rats of :t rents a line. ,
<.Mrs. for eBtertalnmenta by choreseii from -vrnue rs tu lie derived are 5 cents a line. when at most they would le able and nobody thinks! of n-duui'' I
failure to it strictly enforced
'> h. CitUtn lit an open forum and Invites dl cusit "The dominions desire the clo=est association pay tipffie but in aviation. ,' hip #
to : the but
.... play on course once or
i rest but it will no*. Mbhah Bon/moos communl- possible between Great Britain twice?" : everyone Accident u<=uall'' produces tri"u! THE ICE MAN i
..tI'.na. local: or noT-re!'ideit who doe! am I
and the United States in world affairs for Wore it pos'ihle; : for \\'intt'r"i<:itoi i- fie-h water fishing in Florida
'* to secure a temporary fi:h- i HarrM! Nicholson: British author, Who like clock I
Bettor a fortune! in a wife than witha their own future security. They look partlyto sere; to step up to the court housei! 1 i appears
ii ennit pood :Tor limited: timeat an-I former .
% a : = work day of the year
down dollar! tomorrow every
and) plank a
wife. dSt the United States for they feel :sure that :2 norural! rate-say I twenty- our state conservation dp-arw: I! "Until American diplomacy beco =. -==-== with a load of pure health I
-. ,- what happened in the Great War would five cents, and this fact given pub :::es morel --elf-confident ;>ii G I
would find 't"elf with -ufficient | protection?
"' .." licity throng! the press, over'a- ountry will] go on being fU :,i'i-i
happen again. :Tnd that in crisis 1 funds to on z really
any grave
andal in a comm nity spreads: faster dio, through! chambers of c irmrce '111"." I YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course
while;! : worth-I
rofervatfan program.
than fire land is just as dangerous.We of the future and in any Hour of danger tarkle ftore, fishing i

'f these t\vo groups would be found side by fampo. guides :>nl\ hotels! thou- The entire tate would, J. J. McSwiin, coalman. House: He never has to bo defrosted. lie never thumps

w d' side, treaty or no treaty." frd of toaiirtvoul:1 gladly pay and as nil paH aid paid: alike I Military Affairs Committee: I or whirrs. lie always save you dollars and cents.'I .
seem to be-in for more lean years, thi; f mall gunOf there could hey ro hut conrplatrt 4 No private busiijc-s cpo; :a j i ,n
Anglo-Amerk-an cooperation "for the Our tit! Con!'en'ftion De"nrt-
with everybody leaning on Uncle Sam. eonre county officials: would oul.l! tolerate :or a day the 'u'l'! ; I
maintenance of the integrity of China and I feel terribly intno"ed upon if t"ey ment i is doing the 'be't: it can with ,i t rations, the extravagances aid I I'ack CALL NO.8'
i 'em I
the funds avai'able Let's give
were cnmpel'el! :' write out a 1i-1 of coordination now ei:i tin: .
future is the most important step I
peace hand with intelligent leg I
ithou.a some
Most\ persons could mate up an. excellent f.n"c r : I between the Army and the Xiv ." .: FOR PURE ICE
that could be taken in international af- tvcrtv-five or fifty rents, and if islation that will mean more revenue '
HM of best books they have :
; never
for a splendid work and at
fairs. siKh!! n fee \\"ert'lbwl"1.. the states j J I Chairman Federal,
Clark Howell ,
read. woul 1 !Iof' no !better off from such the some time be fairer and more 1
Many Americans will agree with Gen- in I Aviation: Comim'slon: : ,
acceptable to the sportsmen
i eral Smuts. There i is certainly a great a the"ternporarj"fee proposition:licence,might however beavoided ', Florida and those who visit us "Dr. Hugo E-kener h7 'nllrt"i..t ,! t I

If Lady Godiva's ride were ree.nac.ted from otht'rtlte! *. 'seven! voyepres f.rro=s the : ICE REfRIGERATORS
need for a definite policy of cooperation : if tha state i- siied a !ptampor : ;T: an an-I 1 cireum-naviprated the
today would< many peep between the British and Americans. Sucha carrying: an expi any you caith without! mining a fC hedull:'." I &
horse looks like. ,late which could} ) he i issued; strr'l the state isn't making real bead- I
common front would! eliminate the danger !1 ro-t aid vithout n great way on its conservation pro rrn.! 1I t I Made of All Metal-Equipped

I of war for a long time. ___ .amount. Af recording, all l l.oo1.'p-! just take a day off sometime and IHUire Bribe Crltith author, : 1
I "I Ho not rend other author"
Some prizefighters would make dandy irjr run up to Wclaka for a look at ;i w4I WATER COOLERS
books because time is too occupied -
census As the mater ct"nd: now thotm the tate! : fich hatchery Take time my 'I
enumerators, being experienced intaking LINCOLN'S GRAMMAR I with work"
.. .If){>!, not receive an ytsherejnnrr to look around and acquaint wmrelf my own
the count. - the m"o'int it hould! in th'1 ;(j = with what the 're doing up I ; I They're Economical! 100 Per Cent

An intimate men-.ento of Abraham form or fii f';nt licenM'. Thnji- tlure-you'll l be sure enough, !'ur-I I William Mitchell! retired CrieaJSier: !'; I Refrigeration Satisfaction
I ndf! elf irene and., \i Judge neighbors by their lives, Lincoln and his youthful sweetheart, Ann .
your ,
__. __ I "If we had: fifty zeppelin prntvcrlv ; Priced
if you must judge them, not for a few mistakes Rutlc'dge, was recently received by the I manned and equipped we r at

it is but human to make. r Library of Congress, where it will be }pre I\VILL\ YOU SMILE? GOLDEN GLEAMS: I i country could fro and straight destroy to it.any" a"iat'c;'

::cr"edith other relics of 0111' first martyred i $30 and
1 i To offend should always !
J6kes; have about reached the point president. It is the Kirkham's Gram- Familiar- be unwilling; and the inclination Arrbrcsr rletn'ar", electrical.: : ex-' I I

in 'some circles where a timid man has to mar which Lincoln and Ann. :studied;; in Valet (to Master)-''Sir. your to lose a friend} rather than a JOKe r*rt: ; EASY TERMS-10 .DAYS' FREEThompson's TRI IL

apologize for telling a clean one. New Salem, III., 100 years' car is tt the door. should b* far from us \Ve cannot eoi idor ,that we
Textbooks :\Iatf'r-"Y, I hear it knocking : -Quintilian.A have any serious proof of the evolution ;.4 ...............
were scarce in tho-e days .
." I of modern\ mAn from an animal -
-College S Life. {
One reason for hard times: is that the and Lincoln obtained the grammar secondhand I serious" thinjr stock."
joke's a very :

e average fan>jly can buy twice as much as from its former owner, walking a Were' My Lips Red! ? | -ChurchillLaugh 1 Leonard l P Ayres' biitiness IIlIia. Ice Company Inc.

the reputed head of the family can pay dozen miles to secure it. This was in Toni-I guess; I'm an Indian'' 'ician: Ii ,

for. 1831, when he was clerking in a New giver. not too much; the wittyman I "In the United States improvement } -

Salem store and l hoarding with Ann's Jack: -\\'hat makes: yon say so? i i laughs: Icatt. I is clearly 'ho\\n in the bar's >? -Zrl fJ .:'!.s.r .. '- "
Toni-I gave girl lipstick For wit is news only to ignorance i -
The Tampa\ Tribune admits ignor- parents. When he had mastered its con- and I got it back my when she a thanked : 1 ----" -'- '- -- __ .. .. ___ ._._, _._ __ ...

1.".:?e concer !ir.g who won the war, but i.-. tents he gave the book: to Ann writing on I me for it.Might. : Less at thine own things I bough. ; I c.r -. "'G .Lr ..:d b ...4. yr K#:6 r.l.CT.d d d.tr.e".41"I' J ,
i l lest in the jest ,
positive that it can identify those who arc. the title page, "Ann :M.\ Kutledge is now -Quiel'rpaddylush I Thy person share, and she !I Iconceit \
paying for it.kidnapers. learning grammar." advance. : I
I ( Johnny, jour; I
1 It i is said that Abraham and Ann be- I mother is trying to sing the" baby Make' not thy sport abuses 'Y>r.:i

] and crooks! general be- j came engaged on July 4, 1833, shortly before I Ito sleep! J I II the flyThat toMr!, i f.
I Jnhnii If I : feed' on dung is I j jed TVt'1JY
hevo in the "Share-the-Wealth"I idea, and Lincoln s election to the state legis *- was the baby I'd. I thereby. i j
make believe I was acleep.Retcue esaaa
(arry !it out practicaly.) IIuey Long simply I lature. Ann was stricken with malarial 'I -" -- i I: -fl.rllert.) I

ants to legalize the fever and died August 25 1835:::; i
proposition. and intimate
or Rat berry i jI j much and it will digest anytVpjr.Vilma ; .1 a

i, ---- I friends of Lincoln declared he j I Maid-"1'lease, Mrs. Whaitt', -What an ideal) hu-band! 1

The full citizen. In Ar totle's mean- never recovered from his grief for the !, will you come up to the bathroom -- I
at once? I can't make out whethtr i iacre. Send mail order I
j MIT! ";defined by t tkatfi!>bj f; tQ< take part vhNristotiv" only woman he ever truly loved. Mr.' Whzite is aIding to eith! At Last !I: + your money to
: ScollopSo' daughter I
l i and thcptft of ju. The book was !' the or !'in fin<;."Sjdney Hulktin. your, {
\ lrjtton ;;- !preserved by Itut- ) ,
: : has married doctor. \VeJ! that'spreat.
i ___ a I houses when sell for less ?
t tu e. ,.;onah thinka'th jafffifthe place for ledge family, finally coming into the pos.ws'ion !:;- I > we ,

1 In- Jfl 1 citizen. .. >rom of Willhm liutledge of :Milton\ I Stella What Poor Pappy |: Mr. Crahflake-Yes. I'm"o> :* I h I
13 idea of '
your glad: At \last:. I can afford tn have : .
Mont., a nephews' of Ann. From him it was I !simple! wedding? j appendicitis.Same' : ? '

Tampan :says he alwa'ys thought borrowed by Miss Jane Ilanvind! for the I Uclla: -One that costs only II i .- .
j I twice as much as your dad can at-i Old Story -.' 'JS1. Complete line of I'
t'l'rhci1wa a flower.-Tarapa Tritium "public library of Decatur 111. Not long : ford. I Eur!lar (Menacingly: I ) You I }; j glass

Tom Tampan thought right. Of ago, with Mr. Hutledge's consent, she pre- i I I --_. .. ;' don't know what danger \oure. in. !

course, if he wants to wander away from rented it to the Congressional Library. I GooJ Selection 1' Householder-Arp you selling! I

!1.-. > ....')ther tongue he will find thait in There it may now be! seen in ths case I j Lmdbdy-I'II give: you just: accident or lifeOFNJANjrN? I!! bakeware to select from
I! three in which your''!
:'":'ni-h!: it moans a "fiesta which also: contains Lincoln's Bible in = tOPF/: X T '

which he inscribed his family, records:; with I board.Students-All; right. I'll pick the FUNERAL HOMF.I't I i' : I (Approved by Good Housekeeping Magazine) Ie I

Loneliness is one form of torture from his own hand. I Fourth of July Christmas and E.t..bti.1.; 4q Years :III I I I I

which none escapes always. We all have I Ea ter. ( Y.eyV.a'. Oldrtt24Hour 1'I f ,
---- 1 I -
our moments when we feel the whole LIMIT TO PATIENCE i Ambolancr Ser l -
Good Mate : Lie r Bird Fml!.alm..r! i Aluminum Pots Pan
\\orld! is arrayed against 'us. Sometimes I Selma--The ostrjch doesn't see: P ; ii 4 Wish' A..W : I ;;:; .

\\ c think it is the imp of our misbeltav (Whirligig' in Miami Daily:: News) .__ n"2 ;c

mine to taunt us. Clear your conscience There's' a good and true story toW of Key f CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I tJ'I' Skillets Etc if

:u.d all will be well. West's.. dissatisfied winter Tiaitor. He was a I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK i t.l /

'writer, imbued with the impression tome; writers *
Too many of us so live as the poor I have that liis 1 presence was a distinct compliment!, i at the close of business! December 31, 1934, I" --

farmer who, as the story goe, dying on a to the city he condescends: ] td visit He rented a Ij j Comptroller! Call' : Castiron and Steel Pans and Skillets

hospital bed refused to open his right :. 'i'.'>ed! house for |40 a mDnt;. He complained 1 RESOURCES M II *
I Loans and Investments! .._ $ :S03C3'J.43: : :
hand for the oil of extreme unction for thb of taasqmtos anJFEKA tnt a carpenter ojt afterd t Overdrafts ..._..............__ 71.C1 4 .

.uid clutched a few dirty coins and the i ::'k' to repair the screens.: lie co.iplained! o_' the 1 Banking House, Furniture j I I
; &nd Fixtures: .. ..._L.: 33OSw33i ::: :
dyilJr!; { man was livable to realize that very : fo.Iti i the service which his $10-a-iaonth bought, j Ponds of States and Po*.., r.o'Llght Bulbs Fuses -

1 IOn< neither his !hand nor he himself wouldbe i i and even 0: the climate. Finally an exuberated sessions of the Unitd ,': ,
i States ......... ...--.- 1. T ,::, 139,370.C I !) :;
his own any rajorc. I FERA official io.'onned the vbitor the city o.' Other Donds and l Securitit"s" 7':, O.t.OI: Cords
--- I Jle,' West would be most hlPi1y.to relund Iiis ,I Stock of the Federal Reserve Plugs
I Dank ...... ..........._ 6000.00 > ,
KeyVctt: : Fla., is in the experimental r.oaey if he would only leave town; that saany ,t Temporary Federal Deposit .

throe of trying to change a bankrupt industrial persons anxious to spend the winter happily in Insurance fund 1,934.01 I

city almost abandoned, Jnto a F..cyf"est were being. turned away for lack o." ac- I: United States Obligations Government direct -. 1

t' 'in !1st resort. jAn appeal is to +.' f made I I i i'spociallv : co nmo+laKona and that it Deemed only reasonably : end fully guar-
ajiteed ____....._ .._.,...$832.7 H.73 I e
( to artists and writers, a 11lUll-t!, since he didn't like it, he should surrender his: i" Ca h and due from Ranks 493,168.97:; 1,327,913.70 Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

)tier- of whom are wintering there. In t the j f'!odltga to ** eone who would appreciate them I
i f 1888235.79
list are Ernest;< llemingway, John Dosj) I: and reward the city witty a ratwlied et toir.fr. The LIABILITIES Phone 598 White and, Eliza Streets 4

I ':is :oanil Robert FroM James Joyce. j; writer took the hint :tnti'M return! and left. The Capital _,__._.. ..._..--....,...... -....-...$ 100,000.00

has been asking about the place, too.-O.I i new Key Wet' coaM give many pointers to Miamion Surplus and Undivided Profits/=-__. .. 55,007.42 "Your home is worthy of the best" I
Circulation r---,, .-.-.- .. - lOO.OOO.O'
). Mcintyre So Key West LJ a1moS:1aband'l. : nvode-n methods of cnzouraing: : tourist busi Deposits ......?-....-.... ...-.._.... 1G 3,228.31 l- SAi

( ..'d.! Well, that's news to us. 1 ness. J 1 "
?1.888,235.79 II.I.lI.lIII'II.l11111. '


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Officials Tell the
2 Jld Hope to President


That Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend! cY ,eLu.clU-.. !
,I Ball'Result -
I [ Within
Month I
00 SOP MIA D R U 111'4 S0 N Birthday
Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual ; Nationaland I OPEN TO STUDENTS IN HIGH; I I Two marriage licenses' were i issued -

I The Outlook for a Happier .. during the week ending today
International Problems InseparableFrom |I Old Age l'l'I SCHOOL CLASSES: OF INSTITUTIONS - I D- i! from the office of Judge Hug

Local Welfare ( Profesor Tliorndike of Columbia I NEW: YORK (SiHK-uil! ; )_\Vilii- : !' Gunn. These make a total of 13
iu lime next month or btx wttkdoifiuaU ; I the month of
I : : during February.
. . . . .. . .. . . . . . . ...M..O. ..e. . . : University, has made an ext t j - I '
;' hau tine study of the ability of j I i of the Birthday Unit fur Issues for the week were made

The l L'uo AdminUtraUon's; ii i Guns,d I--1u' wants congress old people to learn new things. lie j Florida State Council. Knights''' the President hope t'o tell 1'u-si- I to: Milton L. Russell and Sophie

re'o\ st'y program is ba-td uyoa I o co.r.inui.it! but on soiatv.hut toc.ktGj teachers, school principals ;j of (Columbus i i... sponsoring its deut Koosevt and the 4,000 ft..all; ; Lenora Loss; James M. McCarthy

t..e work;, oi' two major oureaus. different set-up than in the pa-t. and superintendents who ;; seventh annual essay: emntestl. ,,L. Americans who attended ?.6'o< '<" i i and Sarah Scott.

Oi.e Uw :NRA:; w*.. designed to \', t'KO a.id ho.':, pruvi.-iun; > will be which is open to stutlenV; In the birthday parties in iiiow Mian4,0uO
were candidates for the degree of cities aud-towns how much
and indu.irialvorTc- maintained and labor will be i high school classes of the Catholic! I I
aid nuns-try! : : guar- 1 A German scientist has incor-
't Master of Arts and divided them their 19S: contributions have
er T! ', -.' other, the ,AAA. was ::l {,"'ed the light to bargain colitivilj ; into three group, namely: those I! parochial schools or academies in aided the war against iufantilu y r rt porated the light beam and the

crrat.d to help s lve the fanner ,: : if it iliooses: : -but many aged twenty to twenty-nine: thir-1 Florida and to the Catholic itu-j i,' paralysis." I' I photo-electric cell and perfected
probi .nd put agric.uture: on :-RA: ro.er'"' over business man- 1 : dents of other high schools located > The thrill the drama awl the a device! for measuring' the destiny
to and
ty thirty-nine: forty to j !
)ectale: of simultaneously staging : I
!basis.D apt-ment will he dropped. A i in this state. Hof
a r.::: iu.; forty-nine. Their studies tested! \ t thin world's greatest tin\ i la1 l fog:
I ,reaus ado}" I \ i.lans for : trong drive against NRA price1'ixiiK'i The of these contests'; liis.-
purpose 7GOo'roofs is
the higher mental powers. The I j ': ,tent under I l . ..... .... ......... .
i ailing: air: fixing r-r-is. The : developing in tt:.e ;,Denote younger and middle ages did > i is! to stimulate! a greater interest To the heads of. orsaniwd;\ i :

N'ftA r: t'jj; : by ml< "' of cxecuun !pj by that oldtime fo- of monoScntor about the same, but the older in Catholic history, particularly in ]I labor fraternal social civir and! I I .t. m CLASSIFIED
i i. The AA \ !however: p 'h'. Borah. It in i safe it.s.jelation to the development of industrial groups which coot'- 3
did "a little the best.
group J rd' in thetol'k of raising fin.vis)
wjii.-h dealing \ > prodivarTPt' -*- --1:ti.ation that the NRA will this I
Another | country. j to aid America's :200,0:: <"> suli Irs r- i
', , experiment was to pit I '
.' endent tot ]Mi.1 nothing to about : I
( : 'i 1 :- or :nay 1 old people against young ones and I This year's subject chosen; as: <- from mtaiitile aralysi!", tit<- I COLUMN
c.; '1'. went i. .. h fiThrr. < f in the future-end there is heretofore national couunillce; has cut ,1.: I
by Most Reverend
tiiunks. Hilt there rfin.i'ii tl I I .. . .. .. .. .......
.-. more n' .: !I.-i in < ' v I'lk-'H chance that the anlit languages. <> .....
. People j Patrick Barry, D. D.. 'ish'j! *s of! t.ce rOC"' llfyy L. Dolicn\: ,;:- j
dud :"1 people .ILt! : hiit !t" which the NUA made t I.
St. Augustine is "The tional chairiirXii, and others vltu.have MISCELLANEOUSALL
ages that childhood was the "Ian- Karl/, j
\ k''i.:' Ii) ..if J pijr?I. 'I' 'I' vv.i! i i sa t' "vovill be brought back i .
uage learning period." Professor ; Jesuit!" Missions in The Floridas. ; contributed their ti".If: 4 f
cur if 'V'n" poopl' v '" -. !I.'T Thorndike three The merits of the essays, which'' talent, on+- off.\ most M.m':i slug I is MAKES RADIOS: REPAIR.
o i I I"' red hea, i. .r \ .'. r: :-jit!! the! adbiini3tration'-; put groups to ; accounting jobs in mod, t 11 j +' KI by authorized radiotrician.
niut be submitted
work. not later than !
Each the number of
same business iiunals. Although 1 lull
.L! , in both the a i
: f" ?
ont.ji.'i aerease, ltau'e !i-roRram Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela
hours, and under the same teacher April !5. will bo judged under the stall of certified public lu-couhl- I| +x, "{ rr
.., 'n dial! agricultural fields,
< ri"ineH ffcrop / : rai: :.na 3 street Phone'8GGJ..
in learning Ksperanto. He supervision of Reverend G. D.1' aats is working: overtime ntui..r'Keith !, i
; : I
It follower! ,'Iila'' :-'i In-( f-irly said l to h-ve ('01.d Morgan national treasurer :. : feb23lmoxBICYCLES
chose this artificial l Strathmeier O. P., Instructor: inHistory
} ; language for
cedurr, with othe 'i', .. far ;; Fc-t opinion holds that to correlate reports as la-i:: j i
due' ; :;tnr'ir: ; Urr! >tion is shifting in fie reason that probably no one ; : and Religion, Catholic! as thef roipe in from the too) I
1 tad ever tried it. The three' University 0: Aln8l'i a. Washington J local treasureisHO final t f I
AI'> i''i'i, i ciri'v \ :-." :irio 11. (I.at it wit(' piyc Jn-, : :1 uinouwpmont !. ft 1ll'E
t :' ""..! th'nr . -t. 1 f'i, s': y and syzrktrture more of a rroul:: >s were aged respectively, 21 D. r. The winner ilij.b
<, :- t'fat ""j.] "' (c tvoik" out their own j Ito 25, 2C to :34. :35 to 57.> There jll'l'!<(>nt"d with a silver ciip appropriately ;: H month'said.t'uoflicial to. '... weeks; .Col. buLcrty I I \V<-ek. Repair all makes and

'.a, h n-c-wa" 'ljhf'O .' 'runs:: vi'l depend I Iws on lejj- j!}* as no difference in the progress'made 1 inscribed. I' TCi10J'ts> Already recited I I paint them with Nu-Enamel. We

't I lI 10/t'et eD, fn:; , l'\e: paNi} +.ive-. It hasn't been I by the various groups He t! The chairman of the present \ by Col. Carl By'oir, tvlt'thandles I 3 '. t tM erK carry a full supply of parts.

mak a r'" -alt. i ,I 11 ' !i-1 iii headlines but a num- { then pitted the oldest students content: committee is C. EJCoome: the enorrnnnm"task of I ,rw}* iiG, Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
ro' nxces 1 iv 'It"1)! ( ': c' of 1L'1..wintN-\11o, ?riir > against an eighteen year old oC: St. Augustine: under appointment OJ ,uiiizimc the country to THIH:( >- sell them as low as $1.00
Balls slow
'ljuv 'i.i.\\er' of t' ;. ',''i? -, for collectivism! and r<>ui i [group. The older group made of State Deputy James A.' {thtBirthday hut rccordbroakingveats possible were; : per week. J. L. Stowers Music

'ln1l'' !tin->:. !.. touch:i t'. pi itation! -have recently 4 teen j I twice as much progre as the -Dunn 0: Miami. j held in New York, Cliio.v: O, x? Company. janl8-lmo
.. :young students He then pitted the i ii i 1 '' >\'af hinitoul: Denver Kansas: I'
( ur t.d then "sitliiuio t ; i lout. of important positions! It is expected that: the num- > ; I .
"' ''i' oth *r .' i'e ,. I oth the AAA and NRA Theo i t elder people against:;: children from her cl'entries this year will ex-! City, Miami lioston. Alnii.Coluntltns :!. I I FOR SALE
.. citizens' 9 to 11, who were }picked! because cet-d those of and Cleveland a> v.o'.lasin I ,
cor'errative pbst because'
I I. \ -t 25; pc < i't o\ : years ; scores of other 9)opuiatitu F
dH I .'"I1\\lent-! i \ \ .\ ;,. -thty see a chance to ,pet of their high order of intelligence.' o.' the wealth of material available -!; 'testers and thousands ot smalKrcomniHiiitivs. ( iv iv.lbore. ; BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now
'. The children }learned the : lOc each or 3 for 25c at The
"ricl'*' I' :' a' fv r ( I hid; of j'* vp-nn>er .,.' rn Its !1'n? .. ; : bed for i.nd didn't!:: get two language the! slowest r.* \11. Then entitled "The Bo- Iu><>lved iu the final acrouuiint! ; I Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen -

'j' dr ""t'ut' ar' '1'01 r; n o. j they were tried out on shorthand; : innc-e:' of The Florid," by Reverend ' of this >oar ill dollar the tact that 70 teals;: i: Building. octlQ
fvvry raised by HK
IJ"I ,' t'meF, .. Jl ; i nd typewriting. The older people Michael J. Kenney S. J. 1 blrthd.iy parties: is to be retainedby

h 0 ,i. ien i : aiex ,' nl'' \Vi-e, who believe that the lrinI.1 'I I required kill more rapidly than the runiniitniiies for local rihahilitatiuii . Mrs.: .l.it'irs Ilixiuli: inotlicr! of the( I'n-Mtli-Rf and Col.If'ory I PERSONAL AnDS-I00 printed
1.1'. the ris :. !ti.. c i !" p the younger ones.! Women .who can not only change their! opinion : tiio other' ;;:01):1' cent ) J,. l><.Ii<-rt.ii.un.iaii. of the. ;I..illn:11 ..''011I111111 pt'. talkin: : cards, 125. The Artman
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( 1 roe are tlt t the; Unitf'dtatf"'o: are left without support( around .-;, but their occupations and to "<> tll the I'roiidfiit'a I.irlliday things over at lime \\'..! or ''ITo'\ !' .,' r.i.oria! security lies across the 1 SO 40 50 if of determination their outlook nail CinuniH.sion tor InluutileA B-oir aioital( or;.:;ini/cr: dIn or possessed : on life. It all comes
,,1') rises I"" ; 'II! :. i i.'kin J: pnr. find ammnni- l'ar.JIyslJi ltesearcitm lions (roil few Voik;; lutdivu handicapped by infantile ixtraht' i MIMEOGRAPH: PAPER. 500
1 and intelligence needj beck to thinking, after all 'j) _. .
\t t price '. 1 I j' ( -
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in. > to h.lelthtir theory in 'the l -- -- ------------- --- ------ - - ---- -- sheets $1.25. The Artman
,. j not fear 'launching out in a field Employers should realize that
thi* hi": been I' aFFv : ministration's l $500,000.000 I . . . . . .. . . . Citizen
. Press Building.
I' 1 1hI" : ( : i lof new endeavor, if they \\ ill give older workers can and will adapt ,, .o. ,preacher, born at Brunswick, !I REMARRY AFTER 20 YEARiMASCOURTH. : S ,
ve .
(! .)turn M'will! ? a? ,I 11" t development! program. j themselves the necessary preparation' -': themselves to newer methods if Todaysversaries I ]Maine. Died Dec. 4, 1873. 1 j j1H17 I I jun27tf
n-t in a welter of ituns! {"' ntv'unu j
and training. '' encouraged, and give-i the I m. Thir
et h* relative " 'n i additional I! opportunities ty TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
tin ni' i -r edible! .. y. : new airplane of the Nr- i Extensive experiments were for ailvance.nent. I Ii 1 --Jeraes S. Green, Missouri ,! years ago Mr. and Mrs. Augu st I sheets, 75c. The Artman. Press.
and build-up
n., nl.jeet! In \ \ \ "''qT i oops a 'carried out at Sing Sing among j j i One of the most charming lawyer, congressman anJ'l U.I I I Ilinipeter. o! tiiis city, were t:e-t, "... aUJ'l

notI',1! i-i.-injf n .':y i tir..ial Guard l is a requisition that prisoners who had not gone beyond omen that I know is around 56 .. . . .1..0..0. . s.:;; Senar>r, born in Farquier Co.?;, II I vorced. The other. day they r ,

,' tit ftf ,j. i' I'as been little publicized as yet-. | the !seventh grade. Their'| years old. Up to seven years ago'';, 1533: -Michel de lont..igncJfamouJ : Va. Died Jan. 19:>>, 1870. . married. FOR RENTal
but of tremendous significance.It I
i i-
n &! \ !now d* '., ,,111 for Hawaiian ages ranged from 17 to 54 years she was one of the most self- French: essayist, Lorn. !I ri

treniM 1\ CUT .. ' :" ,"iI'bl !' air provides bate, to cost a great!*U.000.009.() j'I cd! and though stupid and out of centered, complaining miserableI i)I Died Sept. 11, 1522.;; : 1821-Raclcl (Elisabeth Felix), 'i William E. Shaw of Arkanswas FURNISHED BUNGALOW FORed
practice they progressed 83 percent ,: on list acquaintances. j famous French actrcw. Died Un ;
Tropp f'.t t t'inn them I person my of -- Jjprn. 'J recently award* RENT-All modern conven-
o'ficercinei 1
IHf-T : etc Army. nir of this said frar.kly r that I as fat in rt'adinTiting.. Now she has transformed 1 1804 S.% Foote Mississippi 'Jan. 3, 1858. !! first s in dairy product jading. ;: :gfences.\ C32 William street.
..0I'r, the "I 'n' .! .7 Telling! composition and arithmetic hefsel. finto a lovely, useful' per80n -Henry J Apply Valdes Bakery. feb2S
wi.-hes to move U. S.
the department Senator and
co 'sir, war I as; average school children, who i is a most!': helpful and governor 1860-Victor L. Berger, '!It-! -----et ---_

." t l.nnt "I. '' :d I ru the national: i frontier 2,000 miles j notwithstanding school children rensible companion.The Confederate congressman, born in waukee-newspapereditor: .*<>"l.! :;'js' .1',1'j""J'\ in athletic trai nWANTED -
Pacific.It Farquier Co., Va. Died at NasbTenn.
-h I'<" b2b . into the \ have four times as 1 long & school Dible says "that by behold. :! f leader, cong esamanr born in Aun- II!;,', Ya! '. I i I'M' 11 ry of Pennaj yl-
i 'IWe: .
" .-". but rt'nct':: i* proposed eventuallybuilt to have a string f ron*v day. ir.g we become changed," and ass j vile, .. May 20.! ISSO. tri:! Died Aue. 7, 1929.!) I vr.!ttia: :old, A I.ll: I lican Olympic tea m WANTED-To exchange Model

hai !i-iimer<< | I' W1' >f such ba-es : Professor Thorndike came to long as the mental powers last, it : 11 f "3.-" l-oi n at Wcstboro, Ma!59. T Fart for typewriter. Apply

".: I, i !probabU'I':f Alaska to Panama. I the' conclusion that old people j,I can be done. j 1803-Sybil Joie, Qsater 1861-Ukfaael C. Murphy: -Died in rniiadelphia, June 4,191 3. at The Citizen o fice. feb28-ltx

tOn: w :'M 1 be taken -ff the \ I run ... ..- --- -- ---_ ._-- -
i.ri.-. <'-j retiv !t.> t'ie' }-" I Late statistics indicate that the

t,"-.' "1 the ' \ i iay "' -leral! industrial upturn is con- " .:;: -$.;, :; : : ; ; .
with industries -
,' -ntrr -iRjf, various
.1 i -
,Y'' ..HI:' 1 ,, :'J I' insr; clo. to the 1923-25: : ave r- On cmdDowns ,

...., 'tl'rc! I.H, The improvement in steel has your Ups r

,rt i 1t j 'I!, -i due principally to orders ; r .

; ', :'1:1't.: j' ;.1. : rom the automobile Industry. 9'i;",1.P 1.

the -. lvlIr. : \ F ar is cx'res ed in some circles .. .....,.. '-,:'::-': ... .. ;."'.",:,:,", .... .....:".?': : ., Vi!
Roo ,. : t the recent rise has been too -''/ t'T: : .

.' ..oolinjjK of !' n I-that! recession! will set in. : ;

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o . the ,
f.ia1! -re: i.iade through .

K Y WEST 1 !sDAYS .. 0" .luh)1!.'()n and Johnson, d
h'a1tnr'< The lot at the eerf : ,,)
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} GONE I JY: ; Diival and1 Fleming' the streets lot I'(:. ", : i ;t'1 J..f: 4' (2. w ,
me of the sites and ., .1
,. Jut 1 ; I )tOo ., ' ,' ,..tl; ,
here { 11'
h. e' I < IQs, <4 ,hilhard and Ll rat street* are ,f ..

A -. T.! "Uy. A$ T'K.-O! K :1. t tm"lin! un "iC't ept1ee8 ; J . .:Jjf, :; I! .
rile l Of T-! ct: 1 of ,
r <- taken The amount money ,
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.,:Il.\I' n.:! ,; :i':n options; were $2,500 each., ,' ? '. "ft-ff\f'' -
." j" ; .. Maybe\ wonder why appeal more than
p :
AiUturicaa'l.i : \ ; -:11: ; ,
11: .: .1, a : l j t I 1'.!"-w 'lga n-: of ('htta. C" .., : know that the
,. 'r ,: ;' others. Listen. Do you top ::
fro' :.1 -. :.n o agent; for the Shrine drI z . .
I :
\ uni , .i..: i I I , who has been in Key \Ve.st -'t., J. and
I %leaves of a tobacco plant are unripe
undi I = I It the' circus was here, wtllvc lr ( ; "
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". ,.".|'re1ie. I uJ tnriiirht for Canada While know that the bottom
? Do
t Citing-
,J ..I'! niodernuialwrs, I .' :Mr. Helpenstell became en- r;

: '. "? :, ' -Mi-ed with the city and derid- t' 3J x:. -: ; z tk r bN the grimy ando
> A ; : s ales, trailing are
I Ii ,', ,: His A
all_ ::) I! to, spend a while after

,. 'It'i etcni :t......i tct, ,. s had K-ft. He expects to rI :; F : h .. .. .. .: coarse? I knovv-.all that and for that reason d,

nee '..; \ :? I ::cd at a Liter date. i fa $
aSc . '
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''Ie; per< !; :IL" t ,' ti I am made from the fragrant, expensive

,iintett8e.arlo 'Captain] F. G. Turn seereUrythe : x 5k $ "

r I!, Kno' i ii" ,..! C I chamber of commerce of &:nter leaves l . \ the l leaves that give you

U 'Ides Ml)}" :'n!llI l lt Manctt'p.\ : Fla.. arrived yesterday

'nre: was :,!>>t Oil: t' '1m hi- yacht Louise and will remain is the mildest, liest-tasting smoke. Therefore ..

..1 f part of the 11'1!' until next Monday. CaptainTurner ,. 4 >

t n ir tho nerve t. f i : has as guests Fred Carlton ti t? ,' rr- s ;... )'( I-R Sign myself Your best friend."

i' ", .' did their > it d I Vic: Sanders. William, Ur- f1 .

'0' '. .i.uri. mon Lester Hagen and HenryViciwan. i
I h: '11lil,: :::i' ('modn, :aruct angler They will 4 I
: rat in the time at Key West fist- '
<\j' lufactu 1 )"'' ;, t .
| v.ill make a trip to Ua rams < : .,
tile :.n> { .
I nert }Ir. anilickerson !i .Ji- > %
1i: ad and %. r : > ,, '7 binrtit
I before feturninff home. ::
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IIJ t ', ar* arnOI1 ''h(' of rr : ,.,,.. ,. :r .,,
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Ifs! in Key W$ coming '. ? .
: -> Ediiorinl: : Comment: Troubl! .. ". i,: 7.
,- 1 -ht Marcheta. T' e'Kart I )' < "
faith B'Oilt-ra: edacatioZseemsv b
1// ;!:I c PtoamshlpHavana i' rtb1and l be that it ;X trying to fill the chll- 0"lt

tc :. and iw n the: :.1' then with. facts: when an they want : k S'Th.Lhj
r t t. ,' "iu Cuba will Bpcnd sevIr. % *
i is thrills. :
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t." kat\ Key We$ ;

I The basketball team, mmap ;

c ': :; which hai ; :
:--n D. Roosevelt, assistutary ; I by Maxie Markoviiz,

\" t of the Navy, under I! been making a tour of the Eas .. .. ,""v'-

(\ "t Wilson arrived yesterti -' Coast, returned last night and t ii...... .." ._ _._.__ ....... .. ._.. .,,_: ."
," '> his palatial houseboat La. \ 1 reparing, to leave Tuesday for i ,

:"trt> .t I "Sipee mY' last Tiait tt' aeries: of games in Havana. Tn e< yl :; a nv' .

K W, t in 1917 I have bee!I ;! players lost both games while aura] .' .

<-"al'; -uueh: about Key West amiIT. !' but expect better success in Cu'bat
paper now ,,1 real about t LUCKIES USE ONLY CENTER LEAVES . ;: ,
'> 0.-'''e* Hbrhway." aid Mr The Married Men's team of basketball

cliange> in Key West since then!, ) organized Cagers in a lively >i ...; I / "

| setto last night. :The Marriec(

O>-',iOn : on Uo ,,f the most im-hn: p'uivt-d' ringaround; their op ,t OQ( '

{ fOy.nt:: Luineilc: n Tokicto CotB:w. .

today: by E. L. Dcuison: of Chicg: to 30. .

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................................................ Convent Concert r 1[ .............C.......... t SING FOR WIVES Eeltj" Rankle of Winter Havn!
PERSONAL MEN'fIONEvelio Fla., was recently chosen! to be
Mach Enjoyed .; EASTERN NEPAL, Asia- queen of the Florida Orange F. --

:x: SOCIETY :i- : \ UNDER WAY/ ................;........1 i TO AID BLINDArrangements Singing :"or a wi"e is the custom I t I: tival to be held' soon.Richardson's .
The concert as given last night :|: u: the natives of this city. The. - .

by the Misses Rose Appcl! andS tjae.aia and brother. I* -.--- ,young LiiuLu triuesiyian. having;I
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress: Cecelip's'' were passengers leaving:: ye>te>>dayjafternoon 1!j led his prospective'bride before ftd'l: J. '"
DEALS WITH STAMP AND hanh.'en completed -
Mary: Brantley at t : .
on the train '01'liami. |
'PHONE 752-J COIN EXHIBITS NOW BEING for the flower sale Saturday +,, the chief bursts: into song and isi ;
Hall of the Convent of :Mary Immaculate i Grocery
only successful la his I
i................................................I here was very ( ARRANGED Charles War low, (examiner ati+ to aid the American Brother-i i/i| his repertoire please. wooing if! FRIDAY AND SATURD\Y

'njoy-I the custom house, and MVs. Ward- hood in its tate-wide work f6r the ,, -'-- -.-
Winter Residents Entertain able.The Now is the time to put on your low, left last night for Tampa I! blind. I M :AIEfiORIAM- SPECIALS
rendered their
At pupils numbers best thinking cap and tell us "WhyI where Mr. Wanilow was called) Taking Helen Keller's saying, I I Ii I "I Ivory Flake, 3 pkg*. .. 20e I
With Dance Casa Marina beautifully, and the program, Would Like to Start a Stamp : for a conference with officials. "It is almost impossible for a blind 'I In memory of Lenora Lewis. i Fleer, G tt. sick! '
1 details of which are published I II Collection." Only 150 words of I for
person to succeed unaided" as a who passed;;? j\\ay February .ih Salmon ta'l 2
Richard Pri.-'heiewith i' was well-received by avery : explanation! may be sufficient to IJorreU!! Acher>on left yesterday text, the Brotherhood is basing!' the I 1934. Butter lb ..
Mr. and 3Irs. Stuart W. Cramer was presented by of the Milk; ....
appreciative audience bring you a nucleus for one afternoon for his houe in Taver- : lOc and I
sale Sad and sudden
the call
Orchestra on a chance and not charity was
Casa Marina -
oT Cramerton, N. C., winter residents cipale and. I 1. Concerto. Danse Macabre\ .1.1i most interesting and educational nier after a stay of several ,day: for the blind. i Of one 80 dear and loved by nf.i Tomatoes, can _.. .
Marina last night i St. Saen R. Appel, M.\ Brant-:hobbies; in the world, stamp collect with relatives. Cream, 6 cans 40c anj
at Casa Among those attending the I!!+' All proceed will be used! tit provide ( i A bitter piief'and shock severe Sugar, 5* 'hc. 25e; 10 II*. 4
entertained at a dance at the dance wereMr.. and Mrs. J!. K. ley. 'I ing. practical aids for those who ;I To part with one we loved *o dear. li r.beJ's Cocoa, 2Cc size
hotel honoring their son, George I McIntosh, !Mr.\ and Mrs. E. L. | :2. Ballade!! Op. 23. Chopin..[ Address: your entry to P. O. Oscar Carrero, who was spending !-, fit in darkness. Flowers will be God loved her, too and thought! it Old Potatoes, 10 !b,. t
Mr. i Rose Appel. Box :333, Key West, no later than a :ew days with relatives in1 I old! at hornet and on streets "or best New Potatoes C lb..
B. Cramer, who arrived yesterday -! Ruddy, Mrs. Jrma Schutt.Bentley Mr. and!I!i< 3. Polonaise! Op. 53, Chopin., Monday) midnight March 4, and Key West, left yesterday! after whatever sum: a person i is wiling: TH lake her to eternal rest. Rinso, 3 rJt.ls.
to spend some time with his and Mrs. L. P. Mary Brantley. Violins X. Yates, you may be the proud owner of a for lamorada.J. ] Life Buoy Soap, 4 caket.
: i To
Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke, !Mr.\ ::, ; noon to Jive, and the public is urgedto his decree we bow, and say. __
here. Sani-FIush, lOc ah
collection. JOctagon
parents I B. Brantley. stamp in the campaign by She is ttot dead, she is just can
Ballou Mr. and, away.
Mrs. Harold ,
served in a and o-C Soap, 6 large bar
Fruit punch was I I! 4. ( ) So=piro, Liszt. n.i .I I Tilton, New York, whowas Jr .
a buying a flower. i iiartnts.Xi :
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which had Mrs.\ Julian Langner, !Miss\ :Mary mish Dinner 11 imall bar .. .. ,c
private dining room the occasion I Louise Spottswood, Ralph Wheel-!I i Appel. (b) Autumn, MoMcowsky.i sp ,, spending some time in Key Xi l:. AND MRS. WILL LEWIS.! Lddj't Starch 6 pkgi. : .t: I.

been decorated for and plants! ,I' er. Ralph Gunn, Miss Frances I i i Appel. i iI I Given At Club West left on the Steamship Cuba I HAS MANY FRACTURES I i, feb2S-lt Jel'y. 3 Ib box. .. 2' ; I
with tropical palms Miss'I 5. ((0)) Lento, Cyril Scott. M. last night for Tampa, and from Ii i ; I Yard Eggs, dos 38c and 43c

by Mrs. Cramer, assisted by Mrs.i I Langner Kayros ,McCulloch Mrs. B., Winslow Miss Natalie', Brantley. (b) Pononaisc Op 11'1 A ""clijjhtful and foreign special there will go to St. Petersburg tot 1 SPRINGFIELD Mo. Suffering -i Subscribe to The Citizen. Sau a?..; :TS Lard, large can tc I
Wallace Kirke. i '.
Bryant !I Hahn. M. I short time Baked : -ini: 6 cant!
Brantley. fracture
of tha Minnick Miss Mary L. deGive,:: Spanish dinneras given last spem' a : before( 1 :t'ont her twenty-fifth -
Following the serving i i C. Violins. Kol !Nidrei \ for his home in Washington.Mrs. ; six-year-old Doris: Jane 1 nr.AKUP'5 D"Y CLEANING idle, 3 1"t c-
the danced in the! Manlio Ovidio, Mrs. M. II. Gris-r I night at Raul's Club on the Boulevard : Ovs' : :r"I. .
punch party I' Bruch. Violins: G. Ybormea. S.: .rr.I I Williams! i is in a hospital! i in thicity. -'WORKS. 514 MAl GRET ST. .
the hotel where and wold, Oliver Griswol and Leo at which were present:
ballroom of ,
Aronovitz. Piano C. Pearlman. Leo McMahon\ and two PHONE 152M. d! e20
music I I Warren. | : 1'I and Mrs. George E. Eddy: Mrs. I ..
excellent program of dance j 7. Rhapsodic Hongroise 8 sons armed) yesterday from Del
Robert T. Menner, Colonel Arthur I . "
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-------.- -- -- Liszt. Mary\ Brantley.! I j i Snyder and Mr. and Mrs.\ Ray for a visit with relatives. -- .'
I 8. Ensemble: Trio, Gow-;! I :Mr.! McMahon l i is expected later in t

Second Cocktail Hour To Be I Worm, Lincke. Violin: B. BrentI -:, Raul.Cocktails were served prior to the week for a short s-tay:* EAT '.. : '

I i:I ley. Trumpet: N. Brantley.,' the dinner and there was dancing .Iv.,3 fVg s.Stril .
.K .. .
Atfernoon CO \ ; tas, 2 for : i
Held On Saturday ; Piano: "M. Brantley. I Roy Ilamlin who wa- in Fort WNEK Za I ,
the A f Black ..
t by guest 5 v H NQSTR Cti ,.8 Scans, 2 11>1. .. r, tI
-- 9. Scherzo Op. 31, Chopin.i:: Lauderdale with the committee! V1CK pP5 U Ptr s A C r.r,. , .t. Calumet Baking( : Powder
I II Rose Appel. I Del lol Dance stoat the Key<< West Fire Depart-1 I per can ._. .
The cocktail hour held last her of the smart social set of 10. Chorus: Lovely Pose! ,: ? ircnt making selections o: >;how I 5;:. r'; I'...

Saturday afternoon at Raul's I I Key West, together with winter j Sjoren. Piano; M.\ :M. Dion, L.'. Tomorrow Night I to tome to Key West for the carnival -i (" .
I colonists, wilNbe in attendance, I I I
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Club Miramar on the Boulevard De'aney.' in March, retuinr1 ve-te ,
and met I'I Raul has announced that arrangements -'I| At the close! of the musicale! I, Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order day. +y 1t \ Tc .e' i "fh '. ? soda s I
proved so enjoyable under to
secure -
are way short i i address was delivered! by i''of DeMolay.: will hold a dance at
with such a great deal of approbation a special dance orchestra to:'I the Rev. W. Reagan: and the entire -:i the Cuban Club tomorrow evening !Ii Mary: Slender! who was .1 Phone 658-R Free Delivery!
from the guests furnish music for the occasion, 1 I
many i evening was much enjoyed by., at 9 o'clock. spending a while as jruestio" RoyE. Eaton and Elizabeth Streets
that second hour will I and this will be an added treat
attending, a those present.i I II : Bob Hinder' Orchestra has Lade, of the Florida i
manager '
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be in/progress on Saturday of this for the guests who like an aperitif I . Full details in ecch V p jjg ___ 1af roJ.'r. : "' a.rIP"i'
I I i ij been ecured to furnish music' for Public Utilities Company in KeyWest '
week. or two, an hor d'oeurve or two Mrs. T. T. Stevens vicepresidentSection 1; . .
:I j the event. I and Mrs. Lade left :vesterday -, - -- ------ -- -
As previously, tasty! hors' and a lance' or two previous to I Eleven of the Federation; i.I I -- afternoon for her home in''

d'oeurves 'will be served, there trouping off to their Saturday Mrs. Avery Guyton. corresponding : \Winter Visitors Huntington, W. Va. She is a

will be dancing and a great num 1 evening dinner parties.! I secretary of the Federation and Home niece of Senator Henry D. I
many others. i I II I Ii I field whose home is also in Hat-I!

Many Distinguished i Persons eminent I I Their and a world-wide constant stream renowned of i II!,!I ::\11'. and 31-rs. Joeph Dion of ington. T j I II HOUSE

I figures visiting the Island City North Adams:, Marc.iho have I THE OF
I Mrs.. Fred! Jacobs, sister;:: of I .
Visit Jn-Key West Recently aud all of them have expressedtheir ::. been in Key West for the past Phaur.acist JI. E. Derkowitz<< o.":
to leave tomorrow ;
and with its norths expect -
." pleasure delight: I
I the U. S. P. II. S. and! :Mrs. ,
I climate its quaint foreign air and ,I.! morning for Daytona to I
Samuel! Silver! and baby W1O're
Key West hasK'en, honored by 1: Reddington, eminent in advertising the prevailing tropical atmosphere! :spend a month before leaving for I iA2j7'9f: '
the oMr.. anti! Mrs. Hei-
I guests
the visits o ... number of distinguished circles in the north. with :Mrs. ,! accentuate'd by the many palms! : home.<< : : / '
i kowitz at their! quarters in the
: personages during the neddin ton, their daughter and I i bougainvillaea crotons, hibiscus!' 'Mr.: and Mrs. Dion h:1'e"it** !Marino\. Hovita! reservation for Ij'tf/II / wrTAKES'
past few days among them Kaye party on their private yacht i and j other southern foliage fiat them their children! Pau' Edward: ; :
several weeks, left yesterday! for
Dos: famous land and sea racer; ;! "Alama"; Brigadier General R. O. t[abounds here. : Lawrence Lurile! Martin. Mrs.\
: : the boric in !&w York after a
"1 chard Thruelson, well-known Van Horn. U. S. A., together with i A great many of the visitors, I Ann Colbert Mrs.: Gertrude Witto I
; delightful! visit and to
return -
writer, whose dories and articles :.Mrs. Van Horn; Russell Kurtz, of :' unable to spend hut a short time an.! :\1.-.. Witto's husband.; expect '
have appeared in the leading publications '!'the Russell Sage Foundation; Mr. I I here, due to the press of business: The family declare that ti3! next winter. PLEASURE IN MAKING

of the country; Joe Williams I I and Mrs. Vadim heir[ and other matter have announc- vacation! spent in Kev West was ClernrtJawo;:; i
Sirs. kil. Jr., .
sports editor of the New schooner "Vamarie"; .. V. 1 ed their'intention of returning !lo.t< delightful! : and that they will :1' ( ;
Work World-Telegram) accompanied Moore, state president is;i later date for a more extended( bo looking: forward to a visit next who was spending while with

by Mrs. Williams; M. F. Federation of Woman's Clubs; i I'tay.: i "('."' '11. retl.tive\! ".. in Miami returned ye'- THIS fuZjlOUIZCelnent
[('!'I'-' :. "rJayc'k", was .a1'-!' '!
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Russell.!! Sr., who i is now somewhat I '

: improved.
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wwe t KEY WEST The following reputable and responsible! company has been ap-

COLONIAL HOTEL pointed as distributor for Hiram Walker Products in this territory:

In the Center of the Businessand

Theater District Cabrera Wholesale .

'KNOW. First Class-Fireproof- II

Sensible Rates I

Grocery, Inc. '

tI Garage Elevator I ,

t It Popular Prices The'H ltSe of .II.ir.ml Walker I is justly proud of the international: : :I

"we DO I __ acceptance of its products. Jir order that the cdmplete Hiram'.I. I

I } I' Walker line can be adequately serviced to the public and the

\. .. y ; Over-Sea Hotel trade take in the above
'. :, .. r )v! :: ., we pleasure introducing named distributor -

II \ ., :\ I 917 FLEMING STREET for this. territory. f tf. I

I ROOM, running; water $1.00 .
EARLY.last: fall we Floridians Here the conduct wof a-state-wide-educate : ROOM:\ with bath . +. 1.50 I Founded years ago, the House of.Hiram Walker has consis-

the "biggest 'season.. r ional campaign. i WEEKLY RATES I II tently produced products that have".en joyed the continued confi-

in history". 0 Now the committee-. wants 'YOUR I! Newly RerfoTated dence of connoisseurs. Their great new distillery at Peoria, Ill",
"No use: to adtervise'; % we said, "be Mass\ membership } New Equipment ,
sup f. : is the lar.gest in the world. Led by "Canadian Club: the
we'll hue all the business we I New Management
cause in the All-Florida Committee
largest selling bonded whiskey in America, the TT'r; ''" *V.i'rer!
can take care of. Bqt, NOWistthetime will bring about the meats without ANYWHERENO

to find out if we were.right. assessing 0a burden upon any individual CLEANER HOTEL line includes popular products, in every price ran .

Let's stop and think. Can we depend to carry,the story of Florida's -- - J'-
tourists for EVERYTHING? Can ; You can secure the protection of Hiram Wa"<';r: c--'." "J. j. '
on advantages into every corner of the 4.U"t'!;;., :; -
we always WAIT for,: business Can country. National advertising will prices that are eminently fair by asking for- Hiram V'iller

we depend on a SHORT period of show what Florida has to offer industry I i Thrifty Home Makers products by name.and insisting that your dealer carry them. I,

HIGH prices to tide us over throughout commerce, the farmer or the : Prefer ARCHER'SIt's .r f: I

the year? homeseeker. I
more than Low Prices
The All-Florida Committee for A COMPLETE LINE Q? QUALITY J".P'? '"'
Mobilization Week i is i that make Archer's foods UCTS
Now is the time to plan ahead, .to Mattractive > I
February. 25 March 2. nearly a year. 1 has worked upon a I to .hri-Tty shoppers. .
Help I unite Florida progress plan I to merchandise 1 the attractionsof profit by our experience'of previousyears. There's another! reason-our i "CANADIAN CLUB" KING-OF CLUBS
under one banner; We KNOW what have to .
for a common cause. all of Florida upon a year-round we 1 foods' are always new on our A bonded Canadian whiskey of superior quality -. King of blended whiskies. Contains 40 per cent.5j J
Give your local chairbasis.: In obtaining the necessaryinformation e II' must now proceed to sell .plt'veothin! prows old- I Aged in wood six yean. "r, -year-old straight whiskey. lit.
man every cooperation it. Our climate our vegetables, our j every item U fresh and para. I
and bringing it before J DE LUXE BOURBON OR RYE QUEEN OF CLUBS
p ssible : t Wa. o.Ter for t! I
citrus-all of natural I you quality :
our resources
the people of the state, it I aalitloHar: for dollar, you i ii Bottled! in bond in Canada. Heavy-bodied, lot TW fine blend contains 30 per cent straight
peculiar to Florida-represent something 0 American-type whiskey, aged 5 :yean. whiskey, 1\%Jim old.
has I had the support of i act the Lest for the least! whenso' proof
that people 1 want, if they I know I
every\ newspaper* : buy at Archer's.ONE WALKER'S IMPERIAL JACK OF CLUBS

I outdoor advertising about them. Certain: minerals, plants !! STOP SERVICE }. Particularly smooth and palatable. S year old. : A smooth,palatable blend. Contains 2)per cent.

andradio and products await proper development Aged in wood. Bottled in bond in CanaJa. straight whiskey, SH Jan old.
: company -but people must be told,. the I. Whether you need Meats, I
station of Fish.( Turtle Fruits!'!, Oysters<< 0 LONDON DRY GIN a TEN HIGH

Florida in the world must find out about them. Vegetables or Dairy Products, I Ii Ii 90 proof. Made from middJe-nra! gn:n spirit*- A 90 proof straight whiskey, exceptionally! mellow

form of more These things can be accomplished i call Archer's Grocery.Ve "the heart of the ran." Bert value around i dollar t

than $200,000 through your support of the All- ; meet all competition with FIVE O'CLOCK COCKTAIL GIN ROYAL OAK

I worth of space Florida Committee. Join in the greatest ; low prices and high quality; i iI IS proof. Flavored especially! for cocktails. A A straight whiikey at A low price. Not

and time in lliefrmediums most constructive forward move- fine value at the price. artificially colored
i' TVITT !W .
own for inent in history.

Ia111 !I!

"The Store That Serves Hiram Walker

I Phone 67 814 Fleming St.

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'VOP.tL! : Mrnit.ui" 4VJJ r..b. Mowing the call to arras, Rnbrlz (
/I'f rutrrtil thejort Ittiraya 1M went on down the stairs. .. ; GGRECATlOf LEFT OVER
"i q'lt i4 f.r the ranrrh J JI
:.I i rairn ol SlUr '. "'" irtt flnrt by tke governori looked wildly around him. I"-g>> I! HIGHWAY THIS MORNING ;;
'. Imtu4 the train'l* <*.. ,
. /:o3;t ... 1 ... FOn LAKE WORTH
'S h: t" 11:11 fI'" .nanr. he too : I
closet that contained the vreedons I f .
.1 fert itre frjnt la rsrnpe .
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"''a .ht. Chapter tier.: dlI&!21. "Your welL eyes! Your ('yeaJe ; CIRCLING THE CAULIFLOWER{ ROWDy ",00.SOS..GS..S.S.S...GO..IFOLLOWING ..1.I.. ,! eiof the Conh Frui '. -' A -' 21_

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shouted to the men around him.Cjf < d'i t' ant, vc\' V&' t H?rh "' < '

A. THC: POSTEnn yon have eyes tell me what tHy : OSCAR PITA '::1 ')'11' : t.;-a -P I l>a:'kt; :, :1.1 I ;'"<-on h

\ ":'OXT.\N.\ rtlUhed the stairs! that: : see'" i : 'n, 1"'.L (I" 'r ih.' hi':1mn. t!iu I
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A' ".:::ned steeply down through : There Is rather an odd odor In THROUGH ,r'".i r' (" r' : o L-I.t \Won. .
Local! Cans "'il''! in tne cir J. hn N\'bo. former
are ) t- .
tl:e r ''l 1. Soarrne came runn'ng! upt tbe air." said one of the offiers.Tha up prize fig 5- ,l'l's/ t, l' ''c 5i/ .. ..f thL .:;ty ; r.r /: /I. _.:.-
l.bout ..*i' ie, i j.iu'l rendered! :n t'ie ('r. trying to build up the }ti.x.ij p ' : -/- < ,-- -
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i h'm. mod erasfcel into/ damned moldy smell alwaysblocs ; (By JOVE) : l'; 1)t r : i I' 'j' in'i : ; .
b Tl eoWirr Waucebo boxnjf& contest at the (vine in Key \\czt. i>rin one had ..e" oc.t. . .. _.
: :i :o Jumped !tHick up with! a storm out of) this old : ? :: t 12 1 'I. .
v lun school tym'isiun\?: !: fion1 i.x. lie gets no e05pera"lon fro a : i ::! j' : UcieM zr-. :: ir
:! I'-t tie wall. "Pardon senor"! rat: -trap'! declared the generaL '
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1 .' prime tit 04h 'I' I'ghtu) :I 'e.-- j p La :; ',,1" L.m:! 111 Z ;
b,' : I "There Is this black burn on the :z.' t.gh.: c| ctatirs booed when any one end receives! a lot of ; .. \M1 .
rflor.'ai fi. PI p 3uli- i ..L\ t ,i .In a'lll hi':.. .1 1 ':1.h.: 1 :te: ""'t!. oIfen'v- ?
carpet." said another officer i vh local: fisHer was declared the Lroiktng fui his efforts. We & : wst sllentlr past. Hev i., had m._ tium.. .i i, i xnl. JUi.. e )n'iio't[ : tH Jr> to' : _. .
t. t vule to. t n', :.irt n. o i :: f I ::= .... ;
"Burn on) the carpet? What: barn. \\: irtr. largely! bejauce Neho r.ire your never-say- lje-Bpirit, Mr. W= -J ;
down the
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flight !' ot: there! ilL.\ . :Fn. &j hl';I rich v.iV! pl- !'PI t"3in n'* :n:;t r \ I : ':- "' ;
tool*" ai'n' to cut his and Nebo ; *naVAtoW
'a r!. fie v.a ct the entrance to yon bellowed the general. up opponent and sincerely hop that m <
I!ire titan', l"t.1 : :>ijJ:1I IIk1 : ,. -- ... ?
oi< and : : hcol n'et ,
o nut :stire i < ," 4 :J. f .. -
Then he saw It. and followed' the mke a mars of blood of the mne1 the end T.ill f.1 afce a racers. \ J'i\ '
the rujrdroom.: : There had; been jou .... ...
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:. C,:t:.-> anJ Acevedo a1!!':I fork! tOf10tTOaft rr.oon : : :
eJre; :. men in the place when he anjTubriz Irregular course of) the little black 1 ;t'C'I1-Ve*r- >H Orlando boxer who 'the man that never gives op is : apir': ; ,)\, !te -. 1(; A -c ?
played a l' : l !'- 'S j II' . ., ( "<::1 : .P
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the disappeared ; ) ; "tr' 1 l"f. tVP JlLs
made their entrance.4errl'ie! spots to point where they : 'teppe! in the ring u> meet o' '.! not a loser. i over t t '."
11"11'9 before There were almost a under: the door of the 'of the xvorld's smartest hirht- club LureI' j I':' J ;,>r L'ot ' I < ',' \\ .. L"i.i I : 1 ):i'i,1 to ,,LL'tla:3 JJL; 'I"i i;, - 2"11rlJi''
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dc; 'n r-rsent: now. and there vas a closet. At that a suspicion too terrible v eights for the smalt Earn of $30. Ti effort ) c i \\ith ( "-'th I'. n. Hidd'eC --
can: '-un among them! to pass: up into words overwhelmed I, a great to give the ft.l'mits tilt :y \.1: 1 HI.! ... emoirow t ." . ""fl! ,:\i..<. ; MilJ,r. PlavtrF1

r the cf his throat the him. lIe passed a hand i Thi- H nnbe'ievafe'e' !/ renwkc public another thrilling contest.. i.i'ht. ; ;': Woodson Glen wood Anr -
m deeps -
: J has Frankie
>ni signed Fleming
I simmoned: :! a guttural roar: ".\tl across IllS shaggy nair i!' (' Wide'a manager when he c aw" and! Pete Nebo up for the wind-up- ,'., (.". T" ,:;c.io Cnror.oJ1.!! ]> ( ha:1: : :UIG"" ABOVE TUE MURK
".. It seeircd: to him that a ghost not There vitI' h{' i re' t-;! : :t c rCurry"1 '.- ith.1: rvtllp Po m' .J \'.
t in:r and strode in on the wings the! mall crowd that turned out next Monday night .
Ignacio Estrada bad been rejoicing i I iic t.l. ",, ,
.;f ? 'at .ford : to witness the Pete Neho-Jimmy <.o :" 't"it\-. 'II i I :oo'' on. Hob Saunder: : and CheKnow'es. -'
himself not long before with the at the ; ,'.
reei;it on 'I.1'.a'-.c! l lileride t. .
Thy came: to rigid attention allor j t Wa le bo'r"' c'tr'tjit't :ot .ll day .
face of girl Compared with This Joe Ramirez bey is r."hin
pretty a : flowe tu( rf (the fir.:?'
111 'ill. tber eyes foolishly t taring[ such loss befall what t "J n'vcrLbOt9T 1 UhtttI OF RECENT BUSINESS DEPRESSIONS
a as might him. I.i"r.i ; It only took .ne good left half aM to arrati'; I ,; '.:, > -

th,. 'to. era foolishly stiff at their were all the women of the world? I "\' oi4EgWestowcj.4)3 Mow to make Baby Face Rojaa pet ,QD I har! Iu.duk.: .'!Y ty.: wi.}.. MANYMIFND -

ell r *. So the Kid cussed to( the lIe tore open the closet door..Inside : : ( 9lhc (' \1! ; w"ilrr! t"o.eM their 'krap hut ing to e:!tea ciIW, i i.i j re... ....; i : .' 'I 11SH
II' the thick strange smell which i I 1,;.t-hro'fr1t H ? :V"'t 1( .'t.,1f !" week Hamircz" technicalkrockont. hboP/tMTjMS REAL ESTATE
won bf ft
"On: -n'te! laundered.it. bad been noticeable in the bedroom'4 ..;." 'in4 r' i-'o; !...no: cItend. .- \\.Lf tTEjTi"I

'",. : CclIcners:1IcJ: : the cap- was much more pronounced. And 1.I \ ,}. "t) t:. J1knYn '")1i- . . ; ,.

ta the door of the safe hung open ()none ,. ' '; :.1y \\ Thc coiklL Q thai:: J1c.ieer ---- I II j'i CATCHING THE FIRST BEAMS of returning

"t :-e was a corporal who heard binge-the drawers bar been $ : : i .\1/'i:1ti: :I .... Pete !rePS a comer in the per on madp to he"i? IViiniam 'Crfcind I EYCtLLprr: tILL I'trr i pW.. pros-
t'd I : "e=cenen! -y" and epransi : Jerked cut. half tho contents scattered ; c..r! Ramirez and is taking the boy Merle Pi na tV-v.; tl!;(-i *SiAj}' :o .he : : perity, this ccrrpany: is in a position to pass along the! long-

i II ... u .ghienc.1: rabbit to do theE bat! taken! :V r-rtnd r.an"frns.. are under ::lon; with him to South America trairuiff camp:William to Or.: LAST NIGHT BY HEFFMERVI i ii! awaited, hay wcrd. Already the pulse of local realty
t i ',:Jing; lie roricd feverish'r.! in Of this i f! has quickened Socn all!! business nil! be theI
lIe bad a good hold on tbe edgeof I Ifit. i"11Ire'c'inn that Pete was very April. course dependson 'ando to tramr ih the Brookh n SON throbbing to

> :a i' :.jl1<; back the thres bolts lie the door or be would hare stagj I j !lo\ in hi; fight r;ith Wa
t I l clanged t:ic-n so laudl fact)'and. Tao bard 11c:11I. that: gered. He might even have fallen I the" EO a" far as to say that make in his coming: bout with Kid to let Mike Gnnza; z of the StLCUH .. 1 1T'i' I :!. This realty company: stands:! ready to ad you.
t3 his knees under the weight of William' :
next Monday night. CaHu'al! world
the .f:1i. warlreadv fixed\ "nd : champion llcrrner-Vinon Comgar.y I
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>:n;aeJ a little. this calamity! Instead be merely Heal Spot for Apartment House I! A REAL BARGAIN-Water
thrt thc bo%." h"d it all the bagfV s look him over-hts: retted so far r? erted "Don't Lie To Your
I in -Corner lot size 115 i I
;: '!!IcnyulJ: the captain rolled back his bead and started : by feet f ont
For the first time the the follox': r,!jU' First ," property on Key Laro at
*- n 11:11dt'iion.' !! Probably if in historyof inpr : gameof ? fe' pf the p'r'orraarac!: ''
.t; nee'! roared El! Ke-J:: upwards.: I fronting Hotel Case Marina: *
: were a boxer who always boxing in this city Berlin Saw- diamondl :<1200vr:cone ; l nee be damned'! eclaimcdhe "Father in tearem-what haTe I j| you .' Southern and Eastern exposure.
I; ::\\hatareyonandwbo done to jon?" muttered Estrada. fought in the presence of a bn yer refused to buy a ringside seat ('flection at the Bajview' Park :n ;=nite of the cool Aneathcid I II Deft't miss tMs; it is a bargain i:' !lactic Ocean extending back to

.. hometown to the fight last week Berlin together fifld JS840. At the \aFitlr! )I Tho who the I
;: I'1: : : crowd fRd came to Tour : Law:: pkv say itwa Listing No. 73. Cverteas Highway; distance, 525

i e rte: ctrldln:;. with a.Jingle HE turned slowly on the others. : for a scrap with a real op- with other ringside seatersof Sand.,.. 515. Total? $21:: .85 Acollection : the fnnniect coaiedy they ha.. < i i, feet, fronting road from Oversea

ot :)Ur. and the Iid leaped through "Cet out Into every corner of) I nonent and only a Handful of fans ether Umes were seen trying will be m-He t'us week, ever !'cen. NONE BET ER-Entire block,: This is of

0' \i ,lit'ulng lip of the door. the building!" bo exclaimed: "Bur I Lllr"C'l: out to see yon in actioni. to make themselves con:fortable among the fans to Il't enough to, : P..:"t"ire L"Ko\ Herman Lewi I: fronticg Yacht Beiin on North' .Highway to water. part

'':. nrt;; stnrk at biro like a row Into the cracks of the stones. .. too. woud! be disappointed in the general admission price see- :;def-ay! the e"\prue' f>f tee: Lo\,;;,. : FvV"! Easter Dick Caldwe'l! and I Beach cize 143 feet, 6 in:!lies: Ly n estate that must be settled.

t h J' .:: h=.rd He heard. from be- Deed use Cl Keed is here among: us. I. and box without any rrnbrtion Hon of seats. i j I -- Jimmie Heffn r head the cast 11e 150 feet. ThIs would be ideal: nofcr s 1,200 takes it. Act quick. List-

t is .:d .!Iom. acam: : : of rage anl as- !My tied! how can a man walk! la.- I ---- I: Net: 'C''k tt' ,in :'f's in thhi11i:1rlJ LH' : n:1rti-ua:: play. 'I private home or ApartnntHesse. t-S No. 40Improved. .

t, "' _1 It: lie:: tho shriek vt a visible! I am robbed. Do yon) hear! .onder what kept Senor Ol!- Boy oh boy watch out for a tourn n11'"-.s11l start ani"]I Tonight the same play w'l! bet Investigate while the :t 1

a, '1 InJ El Keed -" I Arrcavor from \vitne-sinff this close decision rl1 nhie"" 'nil ,I' : '.'.'''1tt,1 It th-' price: is right. Inline! No. 132. i I property Angela
1I ver : : at the high school: :: f'" th- Ct tl"n, sa reserve I' I
I to the I itt he tnrncJ.(! shed A loud and: sustained rattling cf reat bonus center! Seven Cuban: Club :;:r: 't.1" !h' week. : retf- ;t'tb; -or re .reeV next to corner of Dnval
\ :! arena next Monday nght. "o.1. box office Beautiful; 1 located home on NorthEeach !I
d. i l' ei! baring cloak he Lc treet. S: 99 by 94 8 inches
; > in as guns an at this moment The At Jeft"t there :ti'] ;tlnl' 1' r'nvCrs I ze ,
hundred world war veterans have thtent from 3 Basin.1 I
: { Yacht
o'clock on. fronting
r' -ml h:m,. the arm of light the Ijiprovemert this
general ran to( window aDd t on property
open ready.- to > "! 1 Sn. v' 'aInall**
I Cecil who has been :
plrylog '
Curry. 'e
. '': im a request for reserved seat Fn'av! aM SaOrdav "The CrounJ cOYer half b'ock, with I
n.ng. reschininto the rain leaned cut. insists cf frame
,. 11:1.:: And the guard was "It's from the postern! If the : to: vi">art of annonicT 'ofc! the for Monday's scrap, which w ill' wit. I, prize; sibe;: (if', : (1! ':'1'1"i''Qtere Cz'baret GTI, w:H be pre<:ented. I large two-story home. Propety' Lu'Iiings; : one used one-story for business

.. : OKI. cab: man shooting at thief has escaped: by the way he Hph 'chool ''r'mnas.um far the ne-3 tire* rotc on fie card. be- ;' --. fronts on three street acd is of- I cad the other! for dwelling. $1.600
I rat" tree woeV' h"o\r<'? his I tn: *" i i will i rcn >" of garnet!? HJaney t-e down stairs force of haU'its
I l I. :net: phantom nc'blngnessl came. I'll skin the guards and cat J feted for actual value. ;i, IsLes it. Term be arranged
.\ l;..'tt and the rain. them with lay own teeth! I to a crtitn extent. This boy's get State Senator: Arthur Gftnsefwa (.Jlajed by the rli"of t < FFioffice l r-'rii", ani FwcnsN EwWrts. the Don't miss this bargain Listing Listing No. 218 A.may .

': "n they bd r.bt: : of !Montana' "Xo. Excellency He could( cot ''I tie rood": :nd l if 'he keep< it up among the no-Rbles on the force in the rtii futuren" opts !"ifph *r up Two ROOd games No. 178. :;,

"I, ;r !NI. 2:*;r-dy dim with nlht! have gone that way I myself postedten eMnee! :\re Vfe mil 1 make goodDODGE'S .. ,iinpr-MC seats: la-t XlTdni-!-t. they have che'lengrwl! I e'h o.!heiOh' rre expected.! Tho first fortes* is I : Here is a real koine -Bungalow
.' "' I .ir-f for! fC\'t' '"iiiiat: tnefff t schodple'l for Sat'i'dav Two-story home on Flagler :
; e, end running straight; men and Captain _... evening ; I aving 7 rooms all modern iroiroTcments -
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i I'I> slops towards thoe with "Damn tbe men-damn ')ad flor f"re'') at the cap I ... ....... ... ; 80 rose trees or more
8. .8. 4 hall and the cf : the home
men the fret f'ooiforce
< fo-ce- eel en: -jut I are
: c'rrd: by the hank cfT tales! Karats are no good. Numbers HORN . Th b3ttene: probnM' you b. yard 10 different kinds of
>ey pnn'-'d! : even( now tot are nothing Drains are what rule i( 'I1oday's5CS'tC"OSSC5COl".S.CO'Birthdays will n'sj: th- ;ro' the PCC?. ';, ill be. Earl Adrn: :and Ra'! Cur looLm; for. Listing! No. 245.Exceptional ,; fruit tree aDd two bearing grape
I i w shots. In tops of good ned floor of the off'vhrce.Mrs! : \ for the
the world. Scatter! Use your feet If i\: upstairs ho" ; pnd John BargainFurnisted'twostory "iDeI. Located half block
t a-sl! also to catch the ear yon can't use your wits!" GRILLES CLASSYNEW : Warner will!! captain the down.. Cnras and Mario :'.icsa:! f-r the from Park in one desirable
home Whitehead City most
., I' ,t of the fort. Then they a Admiral William V. Pratt U. 'taigirI aol I Margaret Martinez,, ground floor gang T''w will in exclusive on neighborhood ), reigkborhood. Near school church

; 11.1 t pursuit of a fugitive who The door was heavy bat Rnb-lz Q. X.. retired. of Belfast, Slzinc 'h- eceon'! "tor" worken Fraacii! I be played at the A":1\: Bra!! ('ks2 slre-t'ro-ling: Coral Park and beautiful ned Yacht Basin. Size of lot, 80
:dy Invisible: could have carried it like a feather MODEL CARRIES UNIQUE horn there. G6 voar; a<.jo. _. h. ____ view of ocean. No better location by 90 feet. Price, 5500. Terms,
came out of the throat cta [
y If be had not known that it was better
!* be urn: -wl the Willows. to assume the swin I=. slow IMPRCVEMENT! IN PARKING r could be f cund, and the! price is j half cash. Listing No. 120.
:I. through them he Mayor Frank Coozens of I>etroif : right. Listing No. 265.
came: pace of the true laborer. So he went -:1: : :
,I" "l 1 *anlie form of the friar. patiently down the stairs and I LAMPS ; son of the Senator, Loin j( : : Seven-Room Bungalow in most
: there 33 C' I Here is yoi.' opportunity for : !irable residential section. All
I aped on the rcJ: mare. through Jhe lower gallery and i year: Ego. : 1 I
I : :ncoce; rr3P"rty: -Location. L'vit.
tla.I .
modern in
conveniences. House
J / the black! and the irnle.! finally into the great open courtya l. ---:-- t
":n-cd "1 have: !half of the where he was shocked by a noise of "My!" said tile observant lady! Gardner Cowries of Des Moines, I II'.wn. ,' eJ street, near White *tree;. I est of rendition.: Open plumbing

he goldlers are after me. We Ormg Just outside the fort and a I, pon t nj at the 1ium-trimmed new -paper publisher, Lcrn Sonthera exposure. Improvements etc. This is a real bargain; $3,-

:. i .1 I the river. Rubric will clamoring of voices made high and grilles below the head ('lamp., of .t OslalOO"a, 74 yean .=to. ,i con-iita of two small cottages new. :COO: takes it. Term can b. art -

r;e this way tonight!" thin by excitement ne ic e iKMge, "what a cute way : !'y repaired and painted. Live inI ranged. Listing No. 91.

v !I.:. ;nrd straight net from the He dropped the door to toe ground' I :>f aaving the parking lamps" -i' Wilfred !! : cne and rent the other. Terms can

If i t i the water: T e rain sent but noticing that some soldiers Iit}: the lady was wrong. Those f'f': T GreHfeH, the faIT : 1 r re had nnd the price is right. List. Unimproved Building. Lot. Sz! r,

, : lad: {t-\t.: : the r:'::>e w'ndi were watchng( him be hastily pat I j grlhs: fO adioitllocated I That ou- medical missionary to I "i>- : ':'Z No. 49. CO> by 150 feet; lo tion. Eagle

I I. .i bat 1: .llor.ud:: Montana it on his back once more and went U!"> just ''belonc: there, sera led' r v;!Soe home is at Charlotte, l I Avenue Meac'iam subdivision
.Y! bon: in E :gland! 7ft e: :: For location, Uusj&cannol; be
: : : .
-e beneath: the window.ircl ( afferent Behind :: j t ;*
on. then a- Price !:SO. Terms be
purpose : $ can
": o. L ::.:....CpreSotTrastmi;; : ; ocean. arrang-
I C'OA-D in ao Impenei Had they captured Montana? the I plaf e* ,fjfft Souiit'ng KTjlin | ed. Listing: No. 92.
) :.1 I Us conU hear crunshotsnd. : ( Ii Hotel Casa ?.!arina, paved
Well. at 'cast the curs of the : 'a ; 1fnrJ
I & l ft reel ard sidewalk end sea wall
but he could ) ) ; I
see alarm! bell was still in his ear. beat. A' the; ( ldlt put itilJ.'i'is a.Cohjnhj'i : Fisking Camp Big Pine Key-
I'' i t I' water rose to his knees.Ii lag on his brain with the impulse to ) School : i "orti"5! property. Investigate this
of ttw Univ..ritV':1: 0
. > oaa e .1lc-bird--wihion4- Size of 100 feet water
., I I. Ke ccir out on fie! faro F.bt.\ ., I at once. Property: must be sold
flee I
as fast as be could lie kept tohis J scene ideas. It takes the horn 11 rrti > J'hns'nu4. b t'deIphiay frontage by 400 feet. Price $3,>
(te. with Brother: Pascual! Lictinj! No.! 183.'ifcrc'J'an'cpportcnify.
the { 1
inside :
gait right ,
across ,
t '. !In. I ; ;Ufl'lT' the, hood. ,Where it t)if tan? ; ft"' : I ,. SCO. Terms: hilf cash. An additional -
parade-ground He was right I.i'uP fie! fninne.ana! wastes | aft oft -' -- ; i" ptf a 300 feet of water frontage

/ S '! rtana: bad guessed. It was at Who the gate before there he*"was halt$. : <" l Icadnt (iIrTlnccthe: Vfen4l Ct"I'Attl.t": notr of flidgefitM.! ; |ife tim'.Tw -st"ry home; four by 430 feet adjoining tkis proper

A r. c in: the s ength of his hands "Luis Lapaz.goes .here :it ".bftloAg}, out in ;front; Con ., .iger. ban! at Mebose. i i C E SAFE IN'1N I rooms and Litchen on /irst floor; ty can alto be purchased if de-
and it afforded the :\b5'! < four bed and bath second male size of
(' 1.1 I I"J: >';,2 wa: depending when be "Whafa that*" body designers y!ar? ago I Ir room on tired. Would prop.
to do I leer all modern convenience, then 400:) 400 feet. Take
opportunity t by
c.t .rIr d l tn leave tbe governor's "The door of the room of General rn ? otvtiroke ---"-- : ; erty

o, 'n hy the open war EstradaWhat." = something useful and :MTV W. Atwater: of Baia, 'aitaat ireoi.s wster heater: and' advantage of this offer. ListingNo.

t\ 'n he came to the fa Her door. are yoa doing with the namental :'.ont. hrj(| of t'le: hjn f wea..p.tr I e'ect-ic purjp garage etc. Thisis 71.Here.

ru 0 hd It up and placed tbe bur- door of the commander asked the :I "So. ladies and j!enieen.. the o f"d hj !';.('1't crmnsn::. fur : ALLITEEL BUOY: part cf an etttte that musbe

'0 ,>If it over his shoulder and the lieutenant lie began to laugh as 'loucr'fair- of tort; '\\. D>(!..;? r"n>wT. 1, ">-:! rt Rook:: Man' Ill. | ,i cUTe! Property in the bet of is a Real Snap in Water

.",.j K ,.f his neck. lie :had barely put be asked the question. :.. .' J i ..' horn crritks'!" 7 :M :' r *o. i i condition and $1,COO: rails takes i Frcrt Property in business section;

ne 'th,n? In pitinn when ms.y "1 am carrying It." taU Rnbrlz. :I j i I it. Worth double.! Listing' NoZ64. of the city-Size 134 by 216 feet.

men "tm!;ned In from the ball with simply. ; : Machine sLop and I amber shed on

pan 'n_ <"neral: Ignacio Estrada at %'I can see yon arc donkey. Hut .rn : feature of the big, rugged Mew-ValueiJodge I I rroperty. $18.000 takes it. Terms

thru nt'ail. why are you carrying It*" IIMPO.RTA If you are interested in sma'l! one-third cask. Listing No. 155.

lie ,au0ht; Rubrlz by the shoulder.1I "I am taking it away." said Rubrlz. THE frs Dod", car ever built had Now Dodge pioneers again the "Air 'I individual islands, act before:

> cup slipped on) the great rubbery "De patient. said iwother young : trial.1 1 .;. It w.'t cbanc. glide Ride, 11 whi u yon speed p-ices advance The prices and' Best of Iccation. Corner prop-
. .t W..or.at "climbing oa.a bond- smoothly slang with new c nifort, '
muscles that shod tbe bones of officer \'ou can see that the man is: I'catioas are rifht. Oar exclusive 1 50 100 feet. In the
-'-ion" that l.1d'Docigo to the safety shimming over bumps without a erty. Size by
llubnW/ not right up here." I i ..5be- sul-ste body It was pro rsjj tremor or jcr,taking the curves safely, listing; / can fill: your wants. main business block on Davalttreet.
hat's this* What's'happeninghere \
"Well these tools! Luis tapes
v-a enjutaer-.ig tbe Btg-lopioafar, without aidesway. Another new con I* offered at a great sac.
cried Lrtrada.I "Yes. seior.Where ." \: r1E.G ,i led acd n fallow in vital tributionbomotoringessei3"Synchro' 1 Water front proerty on BIJ rlfice for a quick ale. Take advantage
carry away the door to bo repaired is your pas*" I 1' \\..s 'ru Jt automobile improveceots. cut c Control", which males drivingThcsoDodgebcdlesbmvebeent.et.d Pine! Key, near hstel aad pot of.
;., of thisopportunity.
," said Uabrtz. "1 know noth- "I lost it my seior7"Come \\ t.0 1 cnbebevebly easy and fonbes.e1pmvedbyownerafarovsr2Jyess i iYoa'H ice fronting 300 feet of water '

lug but orders. I am a poor servant come! Simpleton or njslmpleteta '''''J t\ ,-.fr GI \ : r cognrra this Dodge as a sad 409 feet on County Road. lag No. 64.

se..or.11" that ,,ont. do here! I \c:.:; (\G Oit'5 tveuhrrom ccnsJBt diJy use. prize beauty tho nunute yu see n. This location cannot be better. The I r Most desirably located proper
) half. I lK>J &U- ecl But mast drive it to e bow far
wits All foals. Nothingbut Where did you loselt t- O ::s Ret co'y pioneered you s: price is right aad: terms can be ar Size 50
blind men around I ttp5 { t 1 Doc'y btt b=a constantly perfected R aaead of otbetp Ji 13 fci power and ty on Southard Jtreet.
me tonight (CopyrIght. 1HI harper d BroiwJ 'll' \ ranged. Listing No. 79. |i feet 2 i ieekes by 137 feet. Improvements -
shouted Estrada.: j :; tt t'i \\ i S.-" the years. speed, comfort anJ economy, cafety :

He strode on Into( his room. The I I I,0. Cc.\, .\ :Co.boo with hydraulic btahes.! PInt and oerfomwuoce. : Acreage! on Dig Pino Key.: This:, consist of a two-story

others followed anj! with the bugles added Tomorrow.danger to recognition Rubriz. brings ; <.;-. rt\\',). . :i \tC: '.::1 -odaced by Dodge many ,..us-co. CHRYSLER MOTOHG f i. water front property on ths At.'eigkt-roora home fronting South
/'C\ ? :: :OOg basCD:1.: -. .:ydevelopedtharJ"a -. DODGE DIVISION !''antic ard froets Newfound ard street and a six-room cottage

... \.J 'r r-dgo: gives hydraulic: in of
\ ot\ alley rear property.
-------- - ----- ) to lro fronting
Dent cfEaslaeeriag Cnrr torBIIEW'VALUE
\ \t Harbor Key. Size of pro -:rty. 150 ;
.I... c\t\\ \O' \ tt\C 1 r.ae3 that are lo-g past the cxpnaul DODGE .-45 to 9760'Allpneo First $2.703 takes it. Listing No.
CC C..S ....... ... 4 'i ; The i.i right. Terms !
; .,. ., ',)' 0\.1. eccig \ i : : staf For a Dodge yoa get ( a i factory, ZV roif. aset. acres. price
CUBA BRINGS IN _. ;-- c t -1:nder hydranhc rfurp with 3Uf noiica. [ --.Jl and balance 197.
Today's ri.\ :.: .. 't' \',) : oot e.cee' cal'- : to 3 equipment One-third cash can
Horoscoe .. \ iable ex'Tt T ftytofnt to ft yoarkafe
deo ,
t' .
s-rer n<
,.. \ \{\ I {! nor more AixfcrlhfcfCoouneixu be arranged. Listing No. C9. \
: - ,7 'S
\. r .:. '=,c.: t.:&n other types. /Ci till fla A Cottage Living .7 room and.
&.G. o.................. 145 PASSENGERS ....-=P'..".,.....,
]1l'r., v i i.. an analytical' nature \J. r Ceah: -Unimproved corner lot,}' us; Lest of condition, on lot 50 by

Tin "md is versatile and $ArrFaB. size: 99 by ISO feet fronting,165 feet located on Sontkard street

imfres-\ > Cu.' three streets, riparian rights This White street. Owner offers
Steam hip a :rr:vtd vcster- near

"'uud.hieh,'! sometimes aay'i I
i content. partly due to' 135 :"ir.t <:las:' pu e'p-e' rn I f.>:ureomi j U DETROIT and tie price is fignt. Listing the next 60 day. Listing No.
a I 'MX' f.) dt-trust. The )Ja\v class fur Ivei. Wet . nI':i ; No. 212. 189.

o. rs' are rN,1fO! rniif. and y )a, ; first and two recoad .c'a! !* for ( Det.r r* Now For Just A Few Dollars teore Thaa Tb. Lomett-Pric Cart ,

ot ,inn<. do not !(>! ab toi'"' I
Tampa. Of 145 pas esfters there !
r. t ;,..jr: meaning Thererorel 1"]lucre 16 aliens. STRAIGHT'WHISKEY :PAUL BOYSEN

\"U" *..",..nit loo \\arv.r i i, The Cuba: :-o.l! fi;?; 'n ..'..' ".' PCNNM\IttLAND CORPORATION AOL D'ios ../ Naaoult MtiIan' i iC. CURTIS MOTOR COMPANY COMPANYPhone

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I BEHIND THE LINES TheInidc OSCAR Of M.The JOHNSON NewsBy [ S TODAY'S WEATHER r 20 Pounds ef Fat rll Notice j, : --4-N/C.-:.Mrs.\ James I CORNING.: Ark.-A., iI

f oL/Utis city had Roy Itrwilcs ui' this cit.. ,
.....................c ....... ... ... ....... .... .. Her Prominent Hips 31
Lost | !
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.e reJDGh1 froze under in a big way.: lie fi..l!< /
Feb. 28. Th the .rolls to be Temperature pcrtions and 26 to 32 degrees in
TALLAHASSEE, < represented on ,
homestead amendment lifted a ; worth 120.000 (assessed at 30. Highest _.__. ..*.......,.... ..._.__ ...... 08 ( xtreme south portion except on Double Chin-, Sluggishness- i;: the .r..i : btf right aide. It was one from the property 0: :\j' t-

billion and five hundred million' 000)' ) while in its statements to< Lowest ....__....._.....__. on_", ........ GU the Florida Keys; Friday fair, '! Gained Physical Vi&or- i paper. accidentally more 1 llauichman and 'e!<. !i'

dollars in taxable values from the the comptroller at Washington i i it Mean ..... .._........._.--. ____....__ .. .5l> slowly rising temperature.Xaikronviile A Shapely Figure I j 15 .k.nh' ; years ago. j nest county?

tax books' of Florida it is estimated cites its value at $1,500.000( : :Normal: Mean _.__.___._.____ .._.... .r i 1 to 'lorida' Straits: j. for and - -. ------- ----- ---- --

News. . I which valuation is : Moderate to fresh north winds; ;; -or-- ... ... ,
by the Florida State accepted as i a RalafaB If you're fat-first remove the "> H I

Florida's 1934 real estate assessment I true appraisal: as an asset to the Yesterday's Precipitation.. Ins. Mtalher fair touigai; gad Friday. fee i. S .. !i fOR COCKTAIl it

roll totaled $423.000,000 . bank. .Advocates of a state t3X' Ncrmal Precipitation . .03 lass E. t Gulf: Moderate north ctuse.. Take half teas! ,oonful: of .. .. : .. ...
one =
If it is true that the 3,000::> homestead assessment bureau or comraissioi i -TblM rtrmrtf mvnm :4-b.er prriojol v in.liresh. I over south portion.. ; I j KRUSCHEN SALTS in a glass of HE Us**. _= PERFECTION: E)
: N oVIocfc. tU.. ....raia i I -
Ceding --,- ---..,
'exemption on owner-occu are looking forward to facts and t morning-in 3 -= :- i ...
hot water
homes removed a billion and : figures to be revealed in the excmrtiotts I Tomorrow Almanac WEATHER CONDITIONS i every ,, :- ,
pied the scales! and! n te -
weeks get on
Sun -rfces ..... t C: : t1 a. :n. -
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a half dollars in tax values from of homes; over the stab of fat have 11"rltll"R A\It'f fJ
the assessment roll, it is reasoned : furnishing: ; an unanswerable I I I btln vets .:...._m_. G:.:D p. m ; The; high pressure area iaere.ve. how vanished.many pounds. SuWril-e! '

creation. ; Moon rises <'! :">'.* i.. in .{ .in i strength and continued HP nti"
that assessments over the state argument in favor of its that have gainedin
have averaged considerably! less I IFlcritb's ,, Moon seta 2D3 .i.. i,:, .'ou*-i-twtrd movement being! :: I Notice o you cleareryou \ J .. ---
k.n i= -
enel'JO'our: :
Tomorrow's Tide c ti'l I thi morninar! over the
than the presumed 25 percent. . I constantly esr-amlinj: feel in bodv-KP.U-' "
A.M. P'i I.. !:- t (L.lli States and r.ad- younirer
oVe4's .
: miles iiixtcnt
The total assessment of 193J road system, now G.,153 i SCHEN will give fat .
7:38 t; -i '1' urn t sei-t'.ons of the country ; any pcrtnn .
would only be about 25 percent dictates that !sooner or;I High : . r 'lL JJ .
beinj Low 1UG 1- cl t 1. ':A t'v-' : Plain 5 States eptw rd. joyous \
of the total of $5.000 home values; later moat of the money now I pound jar oi H.0 .
.This the centper Barometer at 8 a. m. today: ;p, n a oln. !Kla., and New Orleans.! !!' Got a quarter
lifted by the amendment. rai-ed through seven I SALTS from any .
does not include amounts repre- gallon excise tax on gasolin I| Sea level 30.40. !.a :;>:i.08 ini hes. It has caused : leading KRUSCHEN druggist anywhere in .' ...
weather in central
ctlder :
-h Gv
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tented in the excess of home will be diverted to the tate mad I lasts 4 weeks). If this! :: is
'I America ( \J
; Miami
Lowest HiKi'i'-t; other'i "inri'la.' rc- .
and Florida in the opinion of in : !1..i| : r .
values above $5,000, department :, bottle doesn't; convince you this I' 0 .
not! .1 StltioaLa"t Night Ye: v-'a;' "'-tzi: a 24-hour temperature i .
homes valued at formed cbiervers..This
has thousands of may
safest and surest tea: : 'a
the easiest, '
Abilene 40 V2 ,M of 'lli! "lofoi? with a minimum : I
: .Inc.
from $6,000 up to $100.000 and come for four or six years but gladly returned. DO B. B. DORF & CO. yyr

more. .The State News points those who are abreast of the need; :: Atlanta 18 28 ;iv.-s uidfiiiip( of. :3fi) decrees extend-, andI.'r : to los: .-fat(adv.-your) r.oaey. i C'i 601 W. 26th SI..N.Y.C._. .

values that i h inevitable. .. .It i 3 : .- '? eyin?: temperatures!
out that if the eliminated feel it :: : Boston 6 21
' ------ -- -- by Cabrera Whol esalc Grocery, Inc. Oa sale by
I < -j 'ivaid: to Tami'H. Tempera-I .I I
($1,500,000,000)) are four times not improbable! that the department :i Buffalo 14 20 L Ah.ivi' niod raed thrdtghoutit i Subscribe to The Citizen. // vendors.
1934' the '
the total assessed valued of mey end up preen
Charleston 26 42 I' ,'."'.-.tel[ 1:1 di-tiiit? an.! in the ; .
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then the average of assessments: year with a deficit in spite of the. -- --- - -'---- -- -- --

i M probably ten percent or l..ss fait that little state highway con !I!! Chicago.. :22 30 :21 56 south::); "n and Lako] region above and normal Ohio in :, r;1. : 'f1: I' ''LT. D lee DJ3".6 G.6'1.11 ff I l. r&jerjrjarjF&rjarjrjrjsr&' & ...J!"
Deliver \"a'l.-\v( are
when rental property lands vacant struction is to be expected. .T1ii i: '" ; ,
lots, income property including despite the fact that 5C countieia'iej Detroit ... 20 :l.t.., tttg northern! Pl&in Statan'i I

business and office buiUinsrs. : approval of project invov! Oalvoston _..____ 44 &0' 1\1-: M.untain\{ re ion. The o ''v 1:

hotels apartments manufactures; inIln expenditure of $23.0'3- ': Haiufia ............58 . t.;;<".' ,,.'ils'iftt; } during: the last: 2hou -*
4f! )j'l. seen I llsr-i: I -.no-.v from,
Iluroit 14 ; -
plants docks terminals!; railroad 000 when the detriment! heLl it::;
.Jt'.-k nviile 2S t 48 Vi.-hi<-i" east'var" :: over northern iil.
trackage and equipment utilities,, annual budget meeting Januarj; m ELIABLE FIRM.S
Kaaa&s City 32 40 New: T.r'l I land and -ijn: otvo Pn- ia'
etc., are to be taken into consid 28. While the total of request! : tS ?
eration..it i is; pointed out tha! I lor 19.13: consideration was shad'I KEY'WEST __ 50; 68 ri1.ft fro."! F1] Francisco

banK building! in the state i is ly under the total of 1934, pros i I.'t" Rock ...... 24 *g northtvar-1.. ea'6.' t
one G. S. KENNEDY 1
r'ct'a3 that this more conservative Lostjlajrcle50! 76 ; j

I' 1D35: demand will meet wit h L. ail iU e 18 28 Official )in Charge.
Ktt'o: 'better succ-e'-s than in the \iismi: .'.S 7-J Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfactions

: 'IHrt IT e'/MIT 01' Till 1: rrviou3 year, when in excess of ; Minneapolis 8! 36 Life! insurance:. companies in
IV I Orleans _... 3! 44 hold than: $1.liS.OOU .- .
T\\ :>TIKTH Jl 1111'1,1.1'1111'11' 50000.000 aked. .The fad Kcw: : this countr. more .
or Till: tT\Ti MOMIOI: nr :ri.oitm rot vnIN .. that$r there is was int-rea ing clair.or: fo!".i New Yod' ... .., t! 2" { COOn United States gov-: ...e.Ce..e..... ...ee.s.....asa.s.r3t.es.eso ....,.0.. ee..e..o. ... ...... ...oe..o..o... .... . .. ,

i\ (AXIS'11" %rou(''':11\'. the state's; taking over all county; I'e'l:acolr .. .. 26 38 CJ n I'nt bond; ;. ;i PLANTS FLOWEP.s.DEUCIOUS HEADQUARTERS FOR :. '

RA\MOXI S. SI'ITZ. add.v..ro Plt'shu.X'i; . 12 20Ft. SWEET CLOVERCONDENSED
only .
mads l tflr : j
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iVrlirlralr and O her Hel:>l. : Full J,:'I;? City ::6: f 6J'an \\ ., .' .. 17 llLtCocounut
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Ll. JA A. tiln//':!:. t ,,1.n..f..na,'. -- - -- -- I FrIln-'co :52 f'2S :Sti; ( i 1 1\1"\ :. ': .'- 'IIU: !it? :tn in I -< '..t.;) .;\'It SOUVENIRS

(),tl.ln 0' I'UIIMPATION'ntC. BILL REGULATING I t "attl.- 44 50Tnrnna RED MO.IMINGi :!! J>.anta, each 15c <: ,, Ty /3r':>;1 i : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR

It aiM-arinK, l.y th- nw<.rn hill(. 30 r.:! )Rk Fo\.r'", a. ..jo.evliinaHu : Hibiscus riiiiius!, each 10e-2Sc ,. ... Fishing Tackle, Kodaks NEICIIDORHOOD STORE

flied| Linda in the A.above(;ln-.-r.stated lIonll'CIUM.that 'tini --!'. LANDS i TAKEN UPBY I W-shinfton; : 14 :21! : linsun; in Loutrainvilica{ Red Ceti'ur- : : '. :.f: . :: and Films}

known as bins .\. (:rr.-r and ---- I i Willi.-ton! 8 20 HAPPINESS AIJEAD .. pie ...... _....... Sue t.' 11.00. C .','_ _:'_t::' ) ..: :,.t." Same quality and weight aa
Oreer. hr liusliatxl. If married amalive ', j Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orei .- : ( _: / .f o'j Diamonds, Watches and other higher priced condcn cd '
rmMrntN of th. 'imi --- I'omsettfa i !ants, sOc to $1.00 '' '' "' ;
of Philadelphia.arc Stair "f !'.-nti-yl STATE BOAR}}': WEAT11ZS FORECAST tra, 15-ZOe:; Night, 1525. : .. "_ 1or:: p.,1" Jewelry!I : milk., ..
vanla and l that a more i,: rtiulai I'rotoiis t each ... ....__...._.L. 25e fot.;. /" .
.i.l lno.- or a.Mrs* ..C l I Watch and .JewelryDISTRIBUTED BY-
place defendants re in unknown l" .-...mplrlnant. : (Till 8 In., Friday) Turks: Cap, each __._' ___.---. 25e : }
raid p.
and. and,1131).11111 If dyad. that of th.- ihili r.sidenre i- P. R. RODIN OF TAMPA WAS! I K>:\ Wt"t Mfl VHnilv: F': i:.' ',' f t r 1 rr 3 0\ P.t1 IC; : ;')r-:I t II t:netts: dozi-ii. .._...__m_.?. $I.Zo :; 'cur aeady.to-Sqye Ca1ce. : RepairingFRANK . TRUJILLO BROTHERSJ
a I'
heirs devinfi-s, granters ''':t.'I"I t', r. It'I..). r ..I' I ; 0 I and Pastries are always fresh! : J WHOLESALE GROCERY
are unknown; that Ho ELECTED I fair and flijrntly: wanner! ;; t'.. .x !. .r t \ JOHNSON I Ii
ratio Wallace IUirraN.unh and :Mrs:..,I .3 i .. ;, : South Florida Nursery Maloney l & Peacock
KarrarlouRh. his wife, if married -. FLCRIDA TITLE ASSN.: A1 moderate! to fresh north -' L..l: d I f t : Division and Thomas StreetsHAPPY
and alive. ar- re"nlentB of (hl. --, I I Phone; PHONE CISJewfith. :; Colonial Hotel Bldg.

County Pennsylvania of l'hlla.I""a.and that a more Slatel par l.'i ANNUAL MEETING I f'OIZ'' 'e. -' uMdN ,r -f'., BEFORE SUCH A I tk ... e. . ..... ..".." ............. .. .... . .. .0...........e.................7..e.... .. .. .
of remdrnre. fir address : SUOOTti SH/IVIHG/ CLADE 'SEA
tlcular of place Bald defendants IH unknown -I @ t5 SELECT FOODS : : :
i/ & ,
to (complainant and if deal I (Florida News Service) at this low pr&3l I k : Our Reputation is Wrapped : : DAYS AE IGCL. t'

that the heirs renidenrt-devlsreB.l ,whrr.ats.ut grantees or T Al\lJ>A. 1'eb. 28.-1". I:. !:o'in i kt&4)I & > ,. '!:Vif . 2 lbs ._.._m_.._......._ 35e INSURANCEOffice I .
of other claimant arc unknown; thai of Taii.j was elected t'r'gldent ) .,',..-,... . ,' Yellowtail St ralt. 2 .tbs.. .... 35e in were package : : l lI
Horatio Itarrat-louKh and Mrs \ ;. '. . ; Yellowtail Borne, 2 I.... 25c .
ItarraclotiKh, his wlf-. if marrie oj: the Florida Title Associatioiat I : : ) ; . '. i, \ I I iI..: on o. ; 319 Duval I Street
and alive, artr.si.l.nts 01 th. the annual convention held \ ". : I Grouper, 2 11M. ......-.._.._._. 25c :

County of l'hlhul..ll.hla. Slate oPennsyltanla I here last week; he l'Iacct'edlDon' ; ,to.t. ', 'J'" (,c..J. Snapper. 2 Ibs h'''''____.:. %5t: :: PRINTINGDONE : I
and that a more particular i I 'f'/ I' N, 4r M..... 2 las. ... .... 2Sc I ,
0.a1:1AS ( Fish.
place of r< sidi-nre or address Peabody o; Miaiiit. : selecteil .! . J -- -. ... : I. -- : ,
; ; ... DV US L TELEPHONE> NO. t
to complainant of said ,defendant, and if is dead unknown, thai I as the next meeting -t .. .., Large Select 07Sten. tj ,I Ii

the residence. and whereabouts ethrlr place. raW Coatinved Colt i fA FRESH SHRIMP I 1 1I
heirs devisr.urantees 01Mher ita 1 -THE- I
The association reaffirmed Try Your Meals At
: claimants are unknown; thai Florida: Fair continued! coli FRESH CLAMS C -THEPORTERALLEN- y
the residence and 1I..ahttuts of" stand in opposition to the proposed :

the defendants. l n. il.-Karlan.-. Torrens land! regulation: bil! tonight with temper&l Url.3 -- i Mrs. McKarlane" hi* wife i If [ 28 ckgTcein! : ceiural ami no'-.t1! ltda.henal TART !
married and allvt- and if Brad theii I \\hi.-h is expected to be presentei F'OMFT b
------ Deer 15
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dvviiweB, grantee)
unknown heirs 1 to the next legislature.

or That other each claimants of said known are drfrndantire unknown,;I The bill would l provide brie.'lj;.I PALACE 1 -- j r. I LOWE FISH COMPANY ; Citizen BIPHONE : COl1IPANY ; Sic Course Dinners, P.h .-_' \

over thr sue: ..f twenty,1lstars for registration" o: all lands! at the PRJBAI"i" ; : PHONE 151 51 : ______u__ SOc, 75c. .ni 5eAARON :.)
and that there Is no t'ra.n 01 JW410RNAOE s
: B. f.ao' BiM. l Jr.n
court house and issuance 0 registration :: .
State .f Florida: ; thiiervice <' !
persons of in a the nummons" in ,chancer; i receipts which wouli RAWHIDE ROMANCE: : oet.. .c.CeCCCCS....e.. .CS... ..... .. .. .. . .. 9..c.

uH> >n whom will bout said defendants - ; show titles to the property. M lie A.T d E ; :
or any ..f th.-nr; that coin- -'eria.tlt\' T.\u :t-vjrt: RccatiMe ; i REG :."; CF. pr tul t McCONNELL ; : t.
plaiiiant .l.rli...-M-s that there another I "The theory of: the bill is good' OihR VneN i5 PENWria 1 OYSTERS ; .' : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU : Attention Housewives r! h

unknown" claimants having ..r i irUlminx ; Don Peabody of Miami said, Mbu : lO-ISc; Night: Wi 20c i I tt. :>>36 Fleming! Siren' .
an Intt-rext in and to the ,, SERVED ANY STYLE : .: To see the PRETTY GIFTS it
.lem-rllx-d in coniplainant'i. ; in practice it wouldn't *ork ou'as 1 1t '
bill of complaint, to-wlt: : expected. It has been tried i in - - 'I Extra Urge select, quart .. 7Sc a* 1i1/ \ C NOVELTIES atTHOMPSON'S : We are now offering 3

"011 the Island of I'pp TMatecumbe. other states where it has :)eCI1 Ii .- .. Standards .. ............ 70c J l : ;
fart of Lot 3, ; ...T-.,,... ,.'.- .. ..1.l"rf. <' .1'"...,.li, . quart -- The. FREEMARINE.MUSEUM grades of
It wk I:-:;. Page 3s5 reonrdiU in round that the title certificate is- !' = I : LVatcAn. : e: : t
Men rotOounty U.-corttB anal! !b. STEAD .
be i ib-. i
s.1e.i'OJIJ not 3Cf'pted ..
ink- In section 28. 'lgwn44p; 3So. I : .& .Kt. .... : ,#
.. Kanpe 37 K.. rontkihlng( loan companies and ohers." I i Oyster Sandwiches ...-........ 10e J "' t Street AMERICAN COFFEE x
324 Margaret
two and one half acres and Mr. I abodRli.l the aAMot'ia.f :. 1 Filet Sandwlcaort. I-* a a
more particularly devribe4 aa f ;I I .. >.Thing? that your friends willappreciate. '
tion was opposing the j-.nros.ire or t I $1 atti -.
follows: All Other Sandwiches .
a Come in and ..
"Situate, lying and HnK In it's own merits us unJesIittble! h I I\ \VATC"MA ;I.R.: JE.WELC1Hot : see

the t'ountjr of Monroe and S'Ate 't tit, I I .1 Souse Every 5aturduy"ettiD ENGRAVER 'lhctn. < ij :'
of Ktoriili, to-wit : : land! owners. f i & .f.J25c, 20c and 15c lb.
I Ti3aefrigeft
"CommenflnK at an (run hnlton sHi., I I. 4 ir : t.( : Your next Lobster Crab Iin. :
i Dr. Fons A. llathaway, nnM Svc: flint For Yoar Neat Work :{
the North side of the RlKut ::1'i I IINd' a'E jia littTal .. LSr LUNCH heJ will be : .
of Way of the Florida Cast !. director of federal houfti iiv. V. 1Jutlson ., ITlll: IvV/v l ALL I,KU>.CJ' .EJt1CED : much morp! delicious

fuaKt Itailroa.l, said bolt Ix-inK treasurer and counsel; 1 fo:.,"1. 000 Southard Street : ) :if it' is baked: and served,(jnoar. : STAR COFFEE MILLS

on the l:iMtern l>boundary of the ; the Iroduction Credit Cornora; -I 1.I ,j : I Hn", to !*- to 6 Giant Scallop or Heart Sea "
townxite of lxaniora! on the : PHONE 207.W : fh lls. : 512 Greene St. Phone 256 h.
1"lanI..f Matecumlie. Monroe tion of Columbia, S. C.. Judge W.j : : Op._ Saturday Nifi!>tt : .

County Florida from said holt Raleigh: l'ettew8Jud: ie HarsRi -:,1.ji .a.a..ssss.......r.se..sss......s....... ....os.aa..s..i..o..s..s ..... .. :1
run N. H.'ly alone HaUI RiKbt i ........w..... .. .. ..
of Way IS!) fret, tht-nre run ut 'e !. general counsel :or the Fe.! I HOW LONG WILL '

right antsles to Haiti Kitcht of ; ral! Land Dank of Columbia. S AT THE S Birds Animals'Fish : ''
Way In a W.'ly POPULAR
right C., and a number 0: others :rudieted s
4H3; feet thence run at
angles: In a S. 1V.:ly direction ; the convention durin thtwo :1'I.I REFRIGERATOR LAST ? PLAZA RESTAURANT : MOUNTED : : DESSERT S
: ; '
its! feet to the boundary line I FUNERAL HOME ,
ot the tow unite of Inlatnwratla. - thence at right anKles atonK pronounc-e'l: ( l it oro oti : CECIL GRAY : Royal Palm Ice Cream '
......1 iM.unUarj lint- in a S. fly : in value all if you are accustomed ,o C .
? .....st' 8jcce"ul l convent'nr Performance outweighs
ilirt-ction 4Ni: C..rl. to starting I : :
I :
|M>int and Lcint |art of Oovt.l.i : ever net,!i. 1 other refrigerator features combined. dicinc .t home, you will find : TAXIDERMIST : Dignified Sympathetic And Novelties
>i :, Section ;l's.: Township .>:3JH. :
... Hall e 37 t:., containing! ----- .. I. : r.THE PLAZA a oovel and ejoyaUe : Courtesy BARBECUES. of all kinds

two "and one half acres more or O In buying any refrigerator: beasOOdas.De\Vaf J : experience. C Fine Work At a Reasonable : :
I less. CASH MARINAKey iubouldbercmcmberedthere seven years in use in homes.
II .is therefore Ordered. and salilefrndanlk :". is one featnre more imoortaat They were in such first class I f : Price : LICENSED EMBALMER : Delicious. Toasted Sandwiches I IBREAKFAST
Linda A. Orecr som< West's Hotel 1 De Luxe '
than all others combinedcondition that it is impossible *
times known Its l.ina Alrerr an.1 Plan +I to limit on atets'long i : o COLD BEER
will it last?" ofJen'icctobeopectedfron I LUNCHEON PHONE 20 Ambulance Service ;
alive! nail if drad their unknown 200 Delightful: Rooms each "
heirs with Private Bath G-E gives you Gt* full pears : BOB'S'BARBECUE
other rl"imam.-; II..ratio "'alla"1Uarrat'louMh ; .
and ),Ir",. Uarra i prrformanc. proledie. ca tn.i -'- 801 Fleming Street :. LADY ATTENDANT; :1
___....___ $2.03:
Evening Dinner i
tannin rT..MIecM't-s"". Whit. at.Newton Street
dough, his sif., 'marrl..1 l amalive Select rout G-E refhaetatte RESTAURANT : ,
and If dead their unkn.." Luncheon .. ..............__.._. 1.53( tnechosistnfaronllrl.OOoyzar .sow food pncet are tott'atf ; PLAZA : '

heirs, devisees, icrantfrs or t-tln- Afternoon Tea .........._._ .5:> -four yecn beyond Ik. standard and member r month* d.-Uy>\ 505 Dural Street t KEY \VES T, FLA.C Phone 543 Never Sleep } fCuib Service h'i"

claimants. Mrs. -; Horatio lUtrra.-loiiKh.Jkirrui his,.a..iiulnd it.' or a la Carte i I I o n* year warroaty for oily.5I .,.neanswssasu4aettato?sty:
If married. and alixtami, if d.| a... Pam.Sha! Sand! Beach with I Year after year the record of arse "... .. rakiserisrt.. e
their uakiiuwit brim li'vi-s .
granters other claimants: 11. MeFarlane CasinoMasso'.ir this matchless mechanism has Monitor Topftatay PLUMBINGPER j .
or f't. .
and Mrs. MtKarUnthis become more astonodia?.Ak hasp.yohe :5 9260nk \ .! rJ '
wife. if married and u'r.-'' al.. !" in Attendance! I'I neighbor.- Hundreds of Primes EM* THIS SPACt s ? : ,

It dead their unknown heirs, d.l PETER SCHUTT, Mgr.MUNSON r i thousands of users vho( hate }ayxmt rarr.rdTrbr { h:
visees, crantet-s or other e4itnautetoil I owned G-E for over 5 yesrs: U.U5C.U .1' ..7 ,race. I d s 0 h ,y'-" -
all othr unknown claimant: f can tell you of depeedcb'e: ; ! 'p x.
i s
having or rlaimlnjr an Interest t. I : DURO PUMPS : :
the property herein described.' I.. trouble-tree sCr\'icetho.i.: ;F-=- J 12 Insert'a . .2rr : '.
ailelcdbynootherMfrisfsi.ar.At : AI.ot1Uft! cemre '.:::11#... 0 -lli '-'
\n\\ theyare hereby required t > ai : ISLANDFISHING
will, of caers, be f.:sa4 inCincjo PLUMBING: SUPPLIES.
iwar to the bill of complaint: flit, 1 : : :?
in the alKtve stated cause un or l I". CAMP tie G-E Research L1-o:a- Jlertric! rtfrigeraivrs b.,Vcfiai
fore \lnn.I, the 4th day of Hard Operate Iv R. M. E'ion'!' tories, Mcalto: : Top: h.-. e &:::, ft'. rfor7ncutcc Ifcct U OVER-SEAS .<
A l II. U35. otherwis.th aUegaUons Best Fishing on Coast bt act cut .put a+a3 lww. .. you pay fee la o itlilsktoior.. :. t} I e PHONE 348 : .fr 7\;f.;
of lOa 1.1 bill( will be taken aronfexxed It : Transportation Co., Inc. t. .
: :
by said defendants.It Guides and! Boat'ailtble ; MONTH : ;

is further ordered that thi Sea Food-Fishine: THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY : : FAST and RELIABLE (1
Order be published once each wee '
fur four consecutive week in Th Boating -Hathinjr t : DAILY FREIGHT 'SERVICE ,,
Ke: ) West Citizen a newspaper, |>ulilirhed Write for Reservatior, Pos a A. r. AYAlA Sales ManagerS ; JOHN C PARK{ : > \

in Monroe County Florida. Office, Ramrod Key' s : For All InformationPHONE ,
Mated this 36th day of January' I
\ l I.. 193J. Accessible by Rail or Auto to l G IS G)3 0'0' : : 2G9 M
IsLtl.IOs3:; : C. SAWYER.Clerk o
Circuit Court. Monroe Cuun Ramrod Key : 328 SIMONTOX ST. a C
Camp Boats Meet Guests cwFe .
t>, FJa.AQI'IU.NO. : .
UH'KZ. Jit.Sullcltor Rates: $5.00 Per Day- *, t

for t'ompiatnant.Jain; feti-t4-" :!!-: American Pan! T : t., 'T.T S.:7 :s:>':::'?'ff ff.sT.IT.7..d P jF&&j&&jFj&&j&j&PAT&&a &%


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