The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 5, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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VISITORS ISSUED COLONIAL PARKTO 'HERESi! (Tke Citizen i* today pub. .supplanted_ by a modern system of 1 JO" LOCATED BE READY SOONWORK SIGNALSAT

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BYFERABRANCHKEY BE PUT ON IN AFTERNOON I OMINCiWEBKtALL 1 clsdinf' article",on the rehabilitation analyzed and may be one of the <:ATNAVALYARD TWOCORNERSBOARD

I program of the items in the long-time program. STARTED YESTERDAYBY _

BY KEY WEST HOSPITALITY Florida Emergency Relief All these, Administration officials KEY WEST AD.

BAND HAVE MADE ADVANCE Administration, which gives point out, are costly enterprises ADMINISTRATION OFFICE AC. HEARS LETTER READ
WEST ADMINISTRATION A detailed outline of the various involving large invest- MINISTRATIONWork

PROPOSES TO DISTRIBUTE RESERVATIONS TO SPEND activities: which the Administration : ment, and designed for permanent TIVITIES TO BE CARRIEDON AT MEETING LAST NIGHT

I .has in prospect I additional value of Key West
LARGE NUMBER program few the rehabilitation of Key property. on construction of cabanas
cert to be given tomorrow by the WEST West. I I Such activities call for a deep NEXT WEEK I OPERATE BUSESAt
FOLDER MAPA Key West Hospitality Band was understanding of the geographical along the beach near the

announced today. All the future activities of the I and topographcial makeup of the I I picnic trees wag, started yesterday .

designed for the The concert will be offered in Quite a number of visitors arc Key West Administration: beyond I! Island City, as! well as a complete By the end of next week it is and within two weeks "Rest the regular meeting of the
new book Colonial Park, beginning at 4 the current tourist: season, which statistical catalogue of present I
Winter visitors here, haa just o'clock, under the direction of A. expected to arrive within the next are to take place in the ultimate I improved and unimproved property expected that the different office Beach" will be ready for use. This City Council held last night, a letter

come off the press and the first Darroso. The program follows: complete rehabilitation of Key present income of residents, announcement was made today by
week to spend the remainder of activities of the Florida Emergency was read from the W. B. Dar-
copies were received today by the March-Key West HospitalityBand. i West are not yet definitely settled.I population, housing conditions the Key West Administration.

Key West Administration.The the winter season in Key West,!; A long-time program, one which i prospective! value of agricultural Relief Administration in Umbrellas and beach chairs will ley Municipal Supplies Companyof
Sleepy Head popular-Key would permanently add to the material .'. and tourist crops, and the like. also be the
book contains 7'J pages, ill West Hospitality Band. and sevearl of those who have Secured value of the city, has bt'en. If the current season seems to Key West will have been transferred i placed as soon as ca. Chicago relative to an order

addition to a folder map with the Over the Waves, J. Rosas-Key apartments> or domiciles!l worked out, in the'minds of officials ' justify, these heavier investments. to the naval station. I banas are completed and the beach which had been placed by the Cityof
points1of intere t-'on the Island West Hospitality Band. : of the1 Florida: ' EmergencyReJref they'probably will1 be undertaken declared ready for use.

City'designated. Champagne. Waltz. C. Conrad- havb.arrived.<*J.. I I 'Admfmstrationt'includfflg'(_ irt'the' : rin2- 'close:of the 1 This ellange' has been in contemplation I While this project is being carried -1 Key West for two Simplex

Virtually all phase* of activi-.: Key. West Hospitality Band. 1.hwho': \ 'lare'ift.hatgel. of 'oeratr p.i,tourist, yeaiv'so"that-Visitorswll' | l ; for 'some time and on, work is being rushed in Traffic Signals. The K-tier\ Elated -
ties in-K yt.West'as well as a dis I I Mrs. D. A. Pririh>,')bf i FfatikiW \ .I* j'' } that'' the for these
March-Key West HospitalityBand. ns"herto'owe' \" t: notbeannoyed"with' the1 neces\ :when-the made the renovation of Coral Isle Casino equipment
euss ono( sociological experiment I I Penn., will arrive*Monday;"with Ui Julius' F Stone; r Jr.r Florida!I sary''noises 'and.'inconvenience! was by and this will probably be ready two automatic signal lights had

,'of rehabilitation being 1 car. All I'Do Is Dream Of You vocal -! family'and 'the Emergency1 'Relief Administrator,1: 'which- 'come-'with: such engineer-;I. the navy department -I for use within the next ten days, been shipped, and would arrive

ried on here by the ,Florida ERA solo-E. Sanchez. :II her "-.ill" oecapy... M.:I fl\o -iltoda'AeUnAdniinhstra: activities.iMIn 1 'for':the use of certain it was said. The structure is now here shortly.

are'included iftlUaebooklet.whichwu'pubiished'&s) The Golden Sceptre, R. Schre- Reynolds' resid eell on Reynolds tor V\ KeyKWesVand'othersMwh' () I any eventi'the'Admmhtratlonhas ; I II buildings at'the'station, the trans being painted. Thecouncil has decided to have

> guide book for pegrell-Key West Hospitality street. are immensely interested In the I at hand now most"of the information : fer of headquarters was one of the When these two projects are II these traffic signals placed immediately -

visitors here.Information. Band. Mrs. Blanche Winslow, of New success of the rehabilitation pro- of a technical nature ideas in view. completed, Key West will have upon arrival. One will be

; ranging from The Prize Waltz, M. Siegeler- York City, son and sister, have: gram here, say that the final, which probably would be needed At that two additional bathing places for I installed at the corner of Duval
points of interest on the island, to Key West Hospitality Band. definite pattern any long-range for such a program. Engineers time the local administrative residents and visitors. and Fleming streets, while the
written their intention of beingin
an article dealing with the art project Love In Bloom vocal solo-G. program takes on is dependent since the relief administrationtook forces made public the other will be placed at the corner

is embodied in the booklet. Brooks. the city Monday and will take upon the success of the experimental i I over the affairs of Key West I intention to move to the naval I of Duval and Southard. They will

Fishing church service schedules, Bye-Bye Mr. Dry-Key West up their residence at the L. T.Biagas .,I I work already done-that!I End Monroe County last July have station, but it was only recently CUBA SAILS WITH I be operated electrically with

the architecture of Key West, Hospitality Band. I *:>a home on White street. I of bringing tourists here for the i surveyed the Island City from end that workmen were assigned to I green, yellow and red lights in

handicraft of the island, a foreword Riptide, W. DonaldsonKeyWest Miss Sally Cary Parrish, of .Winter and offering them suficient I IiJ I Ito end and topographical tests\make the necessary changes and 75 PASSENGERSSteamship regulation of traffic at these two

by Julius F. Stone. Jr., Hospitality Band. I quietness pleasure and hospitality have been made so that the usual repairs at the marine barracks, I busy corners.
Washington, D. C., sister and two I
Florida Relief Administrator welcomes Star Spangled Banner. Key- iJ to create a determined desire tp _preliminary work will have been where headquarters will be locat Asks Bus Franchise
by B. M. Duncan and Mrs. Key West Hospitality Band. i children, and maid, will arrive this I return next Winter. I accomplished already if this longtime -I ed. A letter was read from Cecil l

William R. Warren, an article I afternoon over the highway, and I Two activities with relief ad- improvement- program -is- It is understood that the living Cuba sailed yesterday Carbonell of Miami seeking a

dealing with the tropical flora of I make their home for the winterin ministration funds are certain! launched. Tabulators have takena quarters which have been assign I afternoon for Havana with 68 franchise from the City of Key

Key West together with a list of STERLING LANDSTARPONAT I, the Leon Carey house at 1401 Work on the bridges is to continue census of the city, covering virtually cd for use by officials of the ad.!first class and seven second class West for the operation of a street

locations of the rarer plants here under the direction of B. M. DalT- all of the points necessary ministration also will be occupied'! passengers, one automoboile, two bus line here. Mr. Carbonell dated ,

and other pertinent informationcan I DOCKWhile United Street.Mrs. can and the inter- oa tal waterway from an economic and social pointof I: within a short time.COLORED tons of freight and 152 sacks of in his letter that he has twen J
Elwood of
T. Allison.
be found in the booklet. 1 channel through the keys is I view in determining the feasibility mail.Ferry ty-nine buses and asks for a transportation '<
Media, Penn., arrived yesterday Palma came in from Cubain
One section is given
to be deepened and put in condition of the program. 1 i franchise for a period of
and occupying the John Roberts' with three
are the afternoon cars
suggested menus which are typically experts were out with; so that owners of smaller More and more entertainmentwill twenty years, with a provisionthat
Key Westian or Cuban, together rod and reel this week after tar.' cottage at 1212 Washington boats will have access to the Island be offered the visitors each of tomatoes one car of ,peppers, ; license and taxes be exempt'

with a few cocktail recipes pon, Euric Sterling l landed a beautiful street. City. Winter. Perhaps the two out. GIVEN HEARING 166 sacks of mail, baggag. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Frost and son, :
which are used widely here. specimen while fishing from standing events of each season will 21 empty cars. I[asks a guarantee from the city
A third project which is f
of Amherst Mass. arrived this very the
Brazos of Clyde-
Steamship ,
The booklet contains 31 bleck the Porter Dock company's pier. nearly definitely assured is the be the celebration of "El Grito 'I for a certain amount per year in
week and have taken apartments Lines arrived last night
and white sketches done by the I Mr.\ Sterling was using an ordinary renovation of Old Fort Jefferson de Yara." Cuban holiday, in October Mallory .. [I operation sf .thajpropow d .l'p'
at ,the Curtis home at Caroline : Galveeton \ at .600sfirock.] ;
artists.employed l .by the aminisbtraintiofng !!-, Jian.d Jine.,and( Ontebyata.ndler "" onthiflrUie DFy TortujrasTWoikcannot ; : ? and- the staging of "La Se- Viola'' Knowleseoloredjwas'-from line. The clerk wall instructed to '
typical scenes and reel and Simonton( treet. _arraigned this morning in the After taking on cargo of sponges; ,I. -.
said he thought a rod and 1 start until the fort is for. mana AleRre, which translated communicate with Mr. Carbonell
also has :31 photographs of scenes better with silver Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Givens, court of Judge Hugh Gunn, on a live turtle, empty bottles anti' to Kcv
I was for battling a ! mally turned over to the Department : means "Week of Joy, in Feb- and request that he come
of New Jersey have leased the the 'vessel
here. The front is decorat., charge of She was arrested miscellaneous ,
cover In vagrancy.
king than a hand line. fact t ruary. West and confer with the council
of which
depart. I
ed with an airview of Key West,i p the person did not believe a good Skelton cottage at 1400 Petronia I For two days last October the on information filed by sailed for Miami and New 1ork.Steamhip in the matter.L. .
it is will
ment, expected, request I
I. street, and will spend the season. J Colorado of the
I I| ,
while the back cover has a composite sized tarpon could be landed with the FERA to renovate the building city joined in a gala celebrationof Deputy Sheriff Ray Elwood. M. Edmunds. representing!!
sketch of the city. I i the latter type of gear. I and grounds. When that has I the day which to Cubans corre-I After hearing the evidence same lines, is due to arrive to-, the Florida Motorist Magazine-

Only a limited number of copies! I I Replying to the remark by saying . CHAS. ROBERTSTO been done, Fort Jefferson is to I I sponds to this country's Independence Judge Gunn fixed bond at $25 for morrow morning from New York, addressed the council pertaining
published, it was said this him I I I the defendant's at the en route to Tampa and New Or-
were ,, "If I hook one I'll land become a national monument, it Day, and many outsiders appearance j to traffic regulations in Key Wwt.
morning. and the booklet is for ', Mr. Sterling made good his boast, is expected. were attracted to the Island City.In t next term of criminal court leans. I I and offered several suggestion

distribution to visitors in' Key', for within; a few minutes he got RETURN HEREHAS Other developments are depend- I I February, the first annual "La ----- -- ---- - --- --..-..._--- j which he thought would prove
West, rather than for mailing to': a strike and brought in a five Scmana Alegre" will be staged i. beneficial in the matter. One of
persons outside of Key West. I foot fish that was considered a ent upon the favor with which when for six days events will be his suggestions! was that the city
I state and federal governmental Ii
perfect specimen of tarpon. ACCEPTED POSITION bodies look at the work which already -,:I offered tourists and residents. This T TODAY'S'WEATHER ] furnish visitors with courtesy
I week card! bearing auto traffic regu-
FERA STARTS : a WITH FIRST NATION. has been accomplished here. I first_ presentation of such a .
JOSEPH MURRAYTO Citizens and relief administration in Key West is expected to be so j I[ '- I lations, whereby they may become

I AL BANK officials, have spoken of a colorful and delightful that it will Temperature'highest probably occasional rain tonight familiarized with parking and
PLANTING NEARRAILWAY i I other rules and regulations rtI '-
modern adequate sewer systemfor become a tradition here, deen-j i I _......_.J.__..______.._____...__.80 and Sunday; not much, change in
VISIT HERE t rooted as the tales of pirate life I carding the driving of automobile:);
Key West, and whether or not Lowest .70
DEPOTTWELVE f Charles Roberts, son of Mr. and that is finally realized in the rehabilitation -' along the Keys, and dear a* the]I Mean ._:::,--,r_,_.-*._::::.:::::..?.::_75 over the streets of the city.

Mrs. Percy M. Roberts, who has program, again, de. memories of Key West's prosperity Normal Mean _.___._.G9 1 The council ordered that the
I Rev. A. L. Maureau, S. J., of thet been 'making his home in Louisville pends upon its financial justification. of other years. Rainfall I Ut't 16JiIl' cards be furnished tourists, and

ACRES OF LAND TO Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic' Ky., for the pat five years Because of the level topography With a successful tourist season Yesterday's Precipitation .15 Ins. also decided \o, hold a meeting

Church here, is in receipt of a let. will return to Key West. accompanied of the island! pumping apparently assured; i it i i' expectedthat Normal Precipitation ___ .05 Ins.I \ I with Mr. Edmunds for the purpose

EAST OF CAUSEWAY TO BE ter from Joseph Edward Murray,; by Mrs. Roberts and their stations would be necessary in- building projects, with private ThU rrrwrd rorrra :.-.... ..rrl.4 I of, going i y4e \\i-jf trifJ;jivMon;
I I capital.will ,sts.rtat, the-close:; of railing Hi N .>!**k tttlm M.r.lmc. / with ;a View o'f drawing up an ordinance .
prominent attorney of Philadelphia j daughter, within the next 10 days, creasing.the cost considerably _
USED IN AGRICULTURAL 't the,-current sea.a.iui.Aa l'' Tomorrow" AluianacShtjViies I ; it //> which 3*> stating that, business per- to make their hej\piere.r} )>>: such ,a--system :here, as'comparedUh '
capital IIl"f ;! 441\ // 1; the changes needed to remedy -
with itsf many
t .dusUyl! \ 'i .. -
EXPERIMENTS mitting, he hopes to return to Mr. Roberts is now .enjpltvyed( )i\* ; many othericitiosJUoweveT. r.n.- 7:14 a. m. '
..ths AJministrationi-nxfiendltUre: 't sels .. ..._ .... the existing? onditions.
Key West this winter for a visitMr. : with the Liberty Bank and "trujit engineers_ ere working 'on the Sun ,. ? 5:53, p.. m.MBomef
Murray: has been spending Company of Louisville. : Direclll; problem i "i.- .Ii /1 I will decrease, and the reliefle24si1ldlmisiiehov : '! | -dl'.-_' mun 8:29a. m. ,!u;: To, Bay, Motorfcjrclei" :
I \
Railroad'-uuthorities some time his: winters in Key West for a I| after his. arrival Mr. RyberlVwillbe \; Another in1provement1for'the'i&y !! ", , T'ut" < 1'iI il'< ,'' j niollts.LfVlB7.5' 'l't'.i.' .'': ._.... 7:45p.. m. 'Partly Cloudy 1', iiThe city ordered. heuJlla1'chaJe;.
tecdmeithe Ii of; new hlarieyDavidsuametur.cycle
the Key West administration number of years and is well-j connected with the First National jwhichi it being1.studied'cl selx 1,.i', Jn-:th*;event:Kej< West1" 9T5W.0t,1Pw'1 Tdea f temperature; moderate easterly) a be traffic of-
ago granted :'f/ oil to u'cd by th&
that? th
te' I tour sk)r port' I I'R' JI I
t heVe'/'whefe ] that. ofid vdoping ad lquatCJwateriiupply.for unique ? winds
the use of approximately known to a large number of pco-i Bank he wasa jtt j' amore believed I it ) .10't ,A.M. P.M., i > ficer. The machine will be purchased
12 acres of land: to the east Ipe in the Island City. member of the force some years Key1 West,, relief" administration' : High _._._11:06 10:401! Florida: Cloudy, probably occasional -' from Trevor & Morris.
I Here, too, the final decision' rests I would when the rehabilitation program rain tonight and Sunday
of the causeway leading to the further .:I Low _.. 4:42 3:55 ; This action was taken following
j ago.It is understood he will assume upon the number of Winter residents was launched Barometer nt 8 today: I not much change in temperature.'], the
terminals::, for agricultural experi- RESTAURANTATCOLONIAL I ' a. in I a bid that was received from
ments. I the duties of teller in place of and tourists who come into on a long-time program ,I .Sea I level, 30.11. J I Jacksonville to Florida Strait: *: agency along with a letter from
. V Shirley Cook, who has accepted a I Key West. increasing the property: of improvement are justified I Moderate to fresh easterly winds the
Since the grant was; made the : either Frank Bentley, representing
TO OPEN with the Florida National income and creating more private and in all probabilities: i and overcast weather, probaMy
position Low ct Highest.Station '
land has been cleared of grass and I governmentalfunds I I 'i company The price agreed upon
work for the of Key West. private capital or occasional rain tonight and Sun .
bushes, and placed in conditionfor Bank, of Miami, and plans to people of sort will be used in Last Night Yesterday I II ;I was 1401.40 with $35 to be deducted
planting. It is: understood that) leave, with Mrs. Cook tomorrow. Removal of electric light; and I rome I Abilene __ .__ 38 50 day.East I' as a part payment in turning
much of the acreage has been i J. 8. Golden. manager of the.! telephone poles from the surface, the investment. I Atlanta ____ 3G 54 I II Gulf: Moderate to fresh I in the old motorcycle nyw being .
', Colonial Hotel, today announcedthe -- easterly winds. A.
beans. YOUNGlfNGOTOCIVILIAN -- - -- ured by Traffic
planted with ;potatoes and Boston 4 10 I
J. S. Rainey, agricultural specialist connection reopening with of the the restaurantin hotel !I THREE SEA BUOYS !, Buffalo! 14 30.( I 1----1 I Czinero.
under whose direction and NEW ARRIVAL -AT I After disposing of a few other!
The restaurant; occupies the CAMPS I I Charleston __, 40 54, I I matters of minor importance the
supervision; the land was preparedand : ._._ 22 26 Pressure is high this morning
satisfied the comer store of the building at WILL'BEREPLACED1 Chicago I.r meeting was ordered adjourned.
planted, is experiment Fleming and Duval streets. It will I STARLING'S HOMENews Denver ._ 46 CO ; from the North Atlantic States
will successful,
prove be reopened tomorrow. t I ''Detroit 18 22 and lower Lake region southwest..
and in a short time an abundantcrop CANDIDATES WILL GO TO MIAMI East- RETURN
i Galveston ---_ !52 . 62 ward over the Gulf ,
t;4 " i',
will be produced. AUTO MANUFACTURE IN FUTURE FOR EX. has been received in this : The United States Lighthouse 1 i Havana _.,.?.?.... 68 -' port Me., 30.86 inches, anjjlow} .
I i that Mi-i]! Huron _...tjXJl> ''*/.A 44 from the Plains States westward.Willirton. .: TO PORT TODAY
PUBLIC SCHOOLS REACHEST HIGHEST AMINATION '' city announcing the birth of a. Department announces II,Jacksonville 54 62 { N. D), 29.46-facfieV and
ami harbor, outer cut lighted baoy;:
TOTAL SINCE 1930 ton>> to Mr. and Mrs. Quintine i Kansas City .:''T36 40 Los Angeles Calif., 29.80 inches.!

i -- Starling, at their home in Belle- six, and South Jetty lighted ,buoy:;i KE.Y WEST,_: .70 ,,3) ..; 80 Rains have occurred" during the

TO OPEN MONDAY _(llrDETROIT' I'r ..t I Candidates!! for service 'in 'Civ-i I glade Fla. three, reported extinguished January f little\ Rck :-.30.1 ,". ... .40 last 24 hours in Florida aDd'the:I Tender Ivy and Poppy, of the

) Jan. 5.-A steadily j; ilian Conservation Corps camps Mrs. Starling is a sister of Mrs. 2, will be relighted. t Los Angeles. --n,,53- t.. (\'. 58 .Pacific States being heavy atFrancisco ,San 'Lighthouse Department, crews of
increasing consumer demand, entailing -( will go to Miami in future for John .C. Park: of ,this city. It also states that Bird Key I Miami tr'---'4'70 .ntfc..78 1.36 inches. Lo?' Angeles 't which are constructing the lighthouse -

All of the public schools of "Ion-'I greater factory output and examination. Heretofore 'examinations -: Shoal Buoy 4 ,reported missing; Minneapolis ._*. 12..-,. ,20 ,. L34 inches,. and"Apalachi- ,! at Cosgrove Shoals, returned
West & New Orleans 48 62 and there has to port this afternoon.
which closed : were 'held in Key cola. 3.50 inches
roe County. I
be promising
on what appeared to .
January 2, replaced.Today's I all of the lower
i Practically
day. December 21, for the Christmas ! indications of better understand-1 I I by a corps of officials who held I : New York __ 14 24 I been light snow in northern, fin...

and New Year's holidays, will ing between employer and em : the examinations in the offices at I COLONIAL HOTEL ...............e..l Pfnsacola Pittsburgh__ 48 22 52 28 I I Michigan.normal Temperatures in the north _and are middle below -I I|febed part of up the to the structure light platform.has been The
th lighthouse departmentYesterday
Monday! January develop-
reopen on morning, outstanding
\' ploye were Horoscope St. Louis 26 34 Atlantic States, with readings : tenders will take on material and
7. ments of 1934 in the automobile!I afternoon 17 young RESTAURANTReopening : r Mon. j
the shoals
leave for
Superintendent Mclvm E. Russell -'I industry. I men of Key West left for the Mi- ..................0....., Salt Lake City 38 52 below zero in northern New England -!expect to .
. # < u6 awl where are to be San Francisco 48 58 while warmer weather pre' day morsingr
has already re urned from his'' The year<< saw total jactory output j camp they Sunday ; I
: This day indicates a powerful Seattle 42 50 the Rocky Mountainand
vails from
vacation to be pr ent at the re-( reach its highest level since examined as to their physical fit- -
opening. while all if the members > 1930. although producers assert i I ness and other qualifications. POPULAR'PRICES recuperative nature and a skill in Tampa 60 76 Plateau States eastward over LIKE NEW!

of the schools' faculty will! ed the expansion was attanied Transportation of the candi- medicine. You will have idealistic Washington 22 30 the Plains States and northern Our men ar. EXPERTS CM

be on hand to tart off the largely at the expense of unit 'dates was paid by the local ad- We specialize in Sea Foods tendencies, with some desire to Williston .___ 24 34WEATIIERFORECAST Lake region, with temperatures ., taking out bad BUMPS oat of

school year. Man of the teach-1:profits, reports of many produc- ministration.Mrs. Come and Dine With Us dig into sordid conditions and turn 130 to 32 degree higher in the ex .[tti. Fenders and Body. Let .j '
I them A little too pugnacious, Mississippi Valley and Ra .MoI. CoaL
ere who have b< n away on va- i ing companies showing the mar-I Gladys Roberts, of the up. upper show you at *
cation have alrea !y returned, and t Km of return had decreased although social service division in the Key J. S. GOLDEN, Mgr. the thought should be constant I'Lake :Superior? region. Lou Smith Service Station
the others will L in the city by\ the volume of sales con- West district had charge of the to avoid making enemies who may (Til 8 p. In., Sunday) G. S. KENNEDY. Whit. at CathcriM Phone S22

Monday morning, I tinee upward. 'I I enrollment blast your hopes. ,Key West_and Vicinity: Cloudy __ Official in Charge.- ,



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\ f r "fee* [iJr l t J! PROTECT THE SCHOOL CHILDREN .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.e .. seeCClassified
lul>ll.heU l>ailjr Except Sunday liy [InJe I
TilE riTIZK\ rtBLI.SlII.NG: CO.. INC. WHen anybody speaks of making a WEEKS NEWS Column

L. I*. ART"A%. Prr.l change, it is naturally understood that he
From The Cltlten Building I .................................................
Corner Cresn and Ana Street. t I means a change for the better, provided I II "" PREPARES FOR I - - -
'-Lit Dally Newspaper In Key and Monroe he is a sane man. That is true whether it 7 : :i: Amelia' Earhart t
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County. applies to himself or something he intendsto ;r.i L,,- 'I Putnam, noted avl- I CASH PAID for used furniture J TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
nt rv ....'TlnTUKR do. ::c +: j she will attempt az j e,.j .. .decl?-lmox!I aug7

Member .r the A...._..... .'n.. When that rule is}b'rpken, t e 'best srt e sJ uRv :E t, flight.H a wa.She I r. Mainland Is .".hownbef AUTO SERVICE BLANK: SALES BOOKS\: Now

.he Associated Press i s exclusively entitled to UMi procedure to take i is to look for the colored Met f .c>; r/I'-"w'er" pfane f .) .. lOc each or 3 for 25c at The
.r reps;bliralion of all news dispatches credited t* .
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and aloe gentleman in the wqojjpile. : f ,> s r" | with Rau 5,: Mantx, CARS WASHED POLISHED: Artisan Press, Phone 51, Citi.
the local new published here.SLitvl'lltlT1UV to JJHUH& I ace pilot) who may
s s Painted and Greased. No. 3 len Building. oct16
: nA.TJ Key Westers neithelookl longor I accompany her.PRAISES . :
l-ue Tear _........... ......._.... .... ... .__. .110.01 Fire Station. deel7rlmor. .
fix Months ..............................-.-..- _-._ t.Ct, to look far to find, that.r-'tgentleman'inf: 'I A FOR SALE CHEAP-Oil Heater,
Three Months .....m...... ...._._...._.__.__._ 2.SI :; ; good condition. Apply 218 Simonttn .
Une Month ._.... .....___...._.. .., the "woodpile" that characterized 1 _________ REAL ESTATE EXCHANCEACCEPT ;
IVrtkly..._......__....._....._........__.__._._ .21 the -- Street. Phone 319R.
changing of the city liquor nice clear Key. West jan5-2t
Made known on _|>|.liratlon.SI'KOAI ordinance'l AMERICAN house! or beach cottage on one
*CiTlt'K which was changed for the wo SPIRIT. Richard H. 4 of the Keys as part payment on FOR RENT
All read'ng no tiers, cards of tL-inkP resolution of the better. Grant, vice prei dent Washington, D. C., property.
rrrpect. rbltuary notices, etc. will be for ROOMS
charged AND
atl and director of General APARTMENTS,
Send photo to W. B. Pichler,;
: Notices for entertainments by churches from which Why was the change for the worse Motors Corporation, Real Estate 5612 Conn. Ave., lOlo Southard street.
i revenue Is to be derived are S cents a, line. as guest speaker on 7 The CliUn Is an open forum and Invites discus made Answer';; : had the old ordinance the Forum of Liberty a Washington, D. C. jan5.12.19x I I -,-;
riou of public tssuis and subjects of local or general
itercst but It will not publish Anonymous communl..iti.ns. remained in force, certain liquor places or broadcast over the WANTED SALESMEN WANTED J
Columbia I
- liquor places-to-be could not have been praises American .KV 4 a'h, I SUMMER SUITS

opened without having been in the proscribed as a factor In past ff CLERKS Men-Women, good! FREE SUIT, liberal commission$
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN and future prosperity. health. Experience unnecessary : and bonus fart low
distance frpm a church or a school- ; ceiling,
He looks forward to a ,1 : .::t ., Common education '!sufficient priced line consisting of 31
house.!' big sales year In the g to qualify for governmentwork. beautiful numbers attractively *

W1LL always seek the truth and print it The worst part of the change concerns motor Industry, whichprovides&Jlvellho5d $105 to $175 monthly.! !,' styled. Write for sampled)

without fear and without favor; never be the elimjnation of the0'chjOojg! from i .;.9J pII + Write Civil Employee Train tlL FASHION CENTER qi.OT.HE&'
afraid to attack wrong or to ,applaud right; Ut'h\\ptFm'lJ iYt q Inc., Box L. care*of Citizen .,, I IXC., DECHEpED. Tenn. 4
the ordinance ten In
foo.-ba: xrmu' ? the United: r tcJ4l7tete jan5-ltx :. {
always fight for progress; never be the organ The Citizen feels that every'ECI1ti tf min t.1:11: 'JJ xvH it ''I'' .1 _.. J jan5-jY?

or the mouthpiece of any.'person, clique, Key West believes that scliool-iliffilfen 1 : WITNESS sCiifoeEa6w.t PUBLIC NOTICE' .. ', '. : "MALE .HELP-INSTRUCTIOIi4' 'I

faction or class;f always Jo its,utmost for the should have more protectiorfftiW: t1k1f4ils} .*..'. 'tva'1 LANDS iris=L.ttt11.IJIN.ndb! : ..tie4 41l JNp3RiRQUlpStNEW!, ; COACH-Frank" Cody, superintendent 'WANTED i SEVERAL:. ,AMBI*

public welfare; never tolerate: corruption or fur W' egh'baDye ;,,,r eft. Z sx (of Detroit public_/schools appfowestf 1 CAN YOU WRITEPublishers, [j1 TIOUS Young 'Men,. flow.whore :.'f'ft\t}
that attend trafficking in lit. than sincere 'T :'irrvtili; : thea= S. N
.H.qr > e9f .
t' ; e: npdel .traveling coach everywhere want. interesting I I
; ployed, mecbanktllyI
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue AQuIU"a'totestify at the y s > ;
; church-goers. In the first place, trial of Bruno Richard M J,that will be the project fat< bos enrolling in writing! Particulars free. lIen.r I .: inclined' a start, .iaunediatf

commend good done by individual or organization church-goers:- are adults, by themselves or Hauptmann. accused of the the Fisher newly-created Body Craftsman's apprentice Guild class Mr.of the, )' Tlumak Co:, 130 West 42nd spare time training tot repaid
; tolerant of others' rights, views and : Cody New York. janSItsMISCELLAtIE0lf3 k and service ELECTRIC RE*
adults in charge of children and not kidnaping.
are seated and William S. McLean secretary of
opinions; print only news that will elevate only abler to shun liquor dispensaries but the educational foundation view the coach. DITIONING FRIGERATORS UNITS.and AIR No CON exv

and not contaminate the reader; never compromise are abler also to be unaffected by the depravity w a perience necessary. Write per!

with principle.SIDELIGHTS. that may find its source in such AN'AUTO STROP RAZOR outfit sonal qualification, age. educe
I given free with each classified tion. etc. REFRIGERATIO-

- ..--- places. advertisement. ASK FOR IT.lanll. INST. Address Box p., care of
I In other words, the councilmen who ; t Citizen. jan5-1t1

voted to change the liquor ordinance for

the worse must have felt that church- I...............:....................:.:.........Ia I

goers, who are able to protect themselvesfrom :
By MARCY B. DARNALL evil influences) needed legal protection .

e we with to extend to clients sincere thanks for the 's
Former Editor of Th. Key West CitiZ.DEvidently but that school children, who are im- our our
: cooperation which they have shown .. during the put yearS
pressionistic, as virtually all children are, RIOTING MOB-Despite President Roosevelt's pronouncement and to with for them and all Key West a bright and prosperous

suffering from a Jekyll. and are likely to be affected by the evil STARTS NEW HAIR SHADE-Ginger against mob violence. Shelbyvl'le. Tenn.. was thrown : New Year. :
Rogers the beautiful young dancing star into panic two were killed and the court: house burned at It has been our aim to furnish you with every possible
Hyde complex, an Oklahoma youth was a influences, need no protection at all : banking facility and protection at a minimum cost and at the
of the films, starts a new hair shade. It is an attempt was made to 'lynch: a negro. In the center it G. L. :
college student, football star and Y. M. C. What reasoning! What reasoning, called "flaming gold" a beautiful blend of Gibson. father of the 14-year-old girl, the alleged attack on S same to us time for financial to aid !and help.assist i every, worthy enterprise applying S
whether it be supposedly along legal linesor titian and Golden highlights;; whom precipitated the violence.KEY .
The past several have been most trying for
A. leader and robber years years
by day, a by night. whether it be just every-day reasoning! ------ f - -_____ ___ ____ ___. __ S every line of business. It is mod gratifying to our Officers
Again illustrating that there isn'jt much ina I : and Directors to know that your bank has been weighed in the
Protect upright men and women: and Ieeeeeeeeeeeeeee:e "oo" man philosopher born. Died balance, and not,.found wanting. We have weathered the '..
name, the young man is William Jen- children who are in care of those men and WEST IN 'Today's': "I Sept. 15, 1926. ,storm of th. p*'$ ,an I with pride fad confidence look to the ,.
future We shall endeavor to continue to merit.your faith inS
nings Bryan Goodman
women while going to and coming from us and your approval. .
DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries 1855! =-King J Camp Gillette, ra. To the of who have been with since the
church but leave school children, who maybe ; i I II I many you us ,
!, +I i' zor blade inventor and manufacturer bank was founded ia 1891 as well as to those who have become -
There is such led astray by bad examples, unpro- Happenings Here Just 10 YeanAgo :aeeeeeeeeeeeeeea3acs aoe 1 I I'I associated with that '
since time
a thing as carrying precautionary Today A. Taken From born at Fond du Lac, Wis. : us we with for you during
tected. 1 1779-Stephen Dccatur,' ramed the coming year much of those most valuable things which
measures too far. A Brooklynman The Files Of The Citizen t naval commander-hero in the early j, Died near Los Angeles, July 9, : money cannot buy, good health peace and happiness.
The reasoning is so evidently faulty
arrested for'running: down a pedestrian I''part of last century, born in MaryIknd. -i i 1932.
and so condemnatory that all Kley West The !. Died, as result of duel, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK'OF KEY WEST

pleaded in extenuation that his ers, who have the interests of. the city at going,! magnificently Steamship Northland appointedocean !i;iMarch: 22, 1820. Subscribe for The Citizen. | ee*.eeeeeee_eeeeeeeeeeeeee<.9eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

vision had been obscured by a large "safety heart, should call)) an indignation meeting arrived last night 8 o'clock from If I! .....- '-------1

first", sticker which someone had pastedon and pass resolutions demanding that the Borton and will be in service for!i. 1811-Cyrus Hamlin, mission CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG.I'II :
the P. and O. !. S.
company on ary and educator, founder of Rob ----
hi* windshield. city council change the new city ordinance, the run between Key West and] ert College in Turkey born near \ 1 1s

this time for the better to include schools Havana during the winter season.j I Waterford, Maine. Died Aug.

in the restricted territory in the,vicinity of On entering the harbor the vessel: 1'JOO. ,8'1
The perfect husband has been foundat was greeted with sounds of prac-
liquor places, and to make the 400 feet as; j
tically all whistles of vessels in
last. lIe is an Englishman who cooks i Reduced Prices OnSCREEN
it was before the unsound change was port. The ship has a passenger\ 1835-(100( years ago) Olympia'
breakfast, scrubs the floor, does the washing Brown *
I made. capacity of 700 and carries a crew Univerealist minister,:
and most of the other housework, besides I of 100. The ship i is commandedby Wisconsin and Baltimore feminist, .

holding a steady job, giving his wife I And another thing which forces one Captain F. K. Crosby and he of her day, born at Prairie Ronde '

to believe that the new ordinance is not I h surrounded by an able and Mich. Died) in Baltimore, Oct. 23, .
all his wages: and never leaving her aloneat ,
courteous of officers.Sherrfinn .

sued night.for divorce.This all ,came to light when she altogether regards be the prompted length In of by time otrrelr'cfty disinterestedness a liquor.:sajoo Itl)n Ii"I, :l,..r"seycTU.", ,rL complement epaftment I' 'l':" ":)"','...II.i.t:':J a '"',..;O I f 184f"U..I"'E1cken) !"1 T ;,II_,Ger-", 9esdT u'l a 't& 1 i ;L

may open. every ) and', utryandalwtle i :.7) ,
country including l such ',ties Ne !>r f nj)119fli;) ir.S srIh9nte; } 'j ;omeVery 1 \feor ds p&y'ent\ '' .trbng II i I t> rx bi, .4. : : I Ii

Inhere is (old aYirg: that.. no1: one, York, Chicago Philadelphi i D oifJ. elected( at the recent election.. ': kv i gftW'WJ! .\ff1rtTaft'-H'S id.I:? stew iff : : : I

wantrf'to- buyalaawsuit, btl\ J. ElettiioC; : automatically!Assumed_charge oiljthtir 111 and)\ E th; HJbittlJ'; zt&h -t aJ par t .t f bif. I ''
saloons must be closed at 1
Vancouver 4f 4f' attc n r. rjrwO'ND+ :::R. toAoda$ >'.I't forth their best efforts to Rln.i i setal.m '"\ 'Galvanised : i
;(seems to have done* worse than but Key West stands out p mi [County oflc'! the oath on j t Howeve,.th: CeearA" 'numlk''Oof''' ':,i .. ." nJL.i' I 'J.i h '.; : l'i l

that by buying a funeral. A trunk purchased ting its: liquor saloons to be open at all the same day as ,the governor, of j j'exlelVnt'-lilaferf! '' briG tfU L10cal'' |h: v ylg0eq 24" ...: .....__..............__.__......I...: .21, Yd.Ji.tJ! : : !

by him at a sale of unclaimed express hours. the state. Eugene L. Albury is the! ciub, and the going may "not be 26" ... ................._........._._...._... .23 Yd.. I : 1 :
C. Sam Curly "
new tax: assessor, II. : .
so easy for the visitors as some !
packages contained the embalmed If ever there was a time when Key clerk of criminal court and: of the experts! seem to think. i 28". ......................... -:................... .24 Yd.
body of a man. Melvin F. Russell, superintendentof 1. .. .'.
Westers needed to act to remedy a per public instruction. 1 30" :... ::...__..__.:..___... ...___... .26 Yd.
nicious law, this is the time tOact, and The __ I The Public .
Utility five won over 32" _....:...._,..._........._...._........... .28 Yd.
Devout citizens of Minneapolis were Citizen hopes they will act in concert so Several Key Wester, who have I the :Masked Demons last night in

shocked during the Christmas season by that the city councilmen who voted for the recently returned from various I|j i i a closely! contested game of bas- 34"',.....'.........'......._........._....._... 29 Yd.

hearing the chimes of a church ring out new ordinance will wake up to the fact cities places in visited Florida the, 'state people that are in con.the]jkctba.ll.i)I : of which any thrilling was, however situations., devoid 36"...___.._.._-:-_.___.___...___. 30 Yd.

with a tune they recognized as "How Dry I that Key Western generally insist that fidcnt that Key West is facing a1'! For a time it was either team's 38" ..-- ..-.- ---- ----.....-.:. .35 Yd.
school children realty boom. Melvin E. Rursell.J:''I game,' but shortly before the end ,
Am. be
The protected.
chime ringer truthfully! ex- 40" : .38 Ydt
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superintendent of public instruc-: play a rally on the part of the : : ,

plained that it was really an old hymn, "0 tion, and Mrs. Russell who have!: P. U.'s gained them the victory by 42", ..----. ... ....: ..:.:.. ..-........... .40 Yd. i
Happy Day," which begins thus: "0 ADVERTISING STIMULATES SALES I been rpendmg some time in Fort:'!'a! score of 23 to 18. : : best"i
I 48" ......:.. -L._;_..____:__ .45 Yd.
happy day that fixed my choice on Thee -----:rr , St Myers, said today that many who - I -
W. arc familiar with the real estate '11'. tel to'
Babson Reckless
my Savior and my God. Roger noted business driving .on the ,Mff of t I
jfam'e'predict unprecedented j ,dfi .1 ....
aJ'! a number of Key ,West aulomo- 1.i 1. 0 tr"r
statistician, points out that : .
-- newspaper Realty activity in Key West with-:(bilists i have made jt necessary for I II .dt;;.. "' .
vertising for fourteen, coJiseculiTq. Jlpont :in a hort tim i iHMf'Ji 'I
A .. the department to issue!
movement for the wider use of - I a 1 ;
has registered gains over the 'S for
warning and advise ;
bathtubs in France recalls a former rule at samejnontff *"".>l ; to that in future Special
of the previous yeah.:\!ml ay3Jthnea' ; [ Every'seat In the au'ditonum(] of all traffic rules will be strictly : I :

the arisH'cratic girls school at 'St. Cyr, that manufacturers the White street High School was i j: enforced. In ano J.column o f '..* L..Y -::'r.. .
and merchants alike* 1
Occupied lat nit! when music .
this issue J
founded by Madame de Maintenon 250 l ; ,vilf be read a statement "**'# al te
are looking forward fVbetter* timels. \.t lovers were'the guests; of the i'by the police. department:' which 1 11I ._ _Casserole Sets, lovely pottery oven
Then the girls requiredto
yearn ago. were Mr. Babson calls attention, however, .!Stowera Musie'company, to hear|!I I covers the situation and sets forth rets; fid were d 'designs, consisting of plate,

take "three great baths" a year, one( to the habit of businessmen of reducing I I I Miss Elizabeth Spencer, famous : the punishment for violations off -two sizes-i
each in May\ June and July-whether they soprano soloist in song and recreations :f,traffic rules.
their advertising appropriations in slumps.. I by the Edison Diamond j' .
needed them not.
or lie urges them to increase their advertising Disc reproducing machine. $1.25 and $1 I
I ---- t Today one of the typical Key }
in order to take advantage of one of : Editorial Comment: People in West days, so often referred to by

Heal mothers-in-law are reputed to be the most valuable methods of ironing out Key West who can't getaway for.1 the poetically inclined as an "In-
entitled to a certain leeway in messing up I I the bumps in business 'winter vacations can obtain great dian Summer" day. A cool breeze '
benefits wood in the from the gulf, glorious sunshineand
by awing
family affairs but Glasgow .
a judge has Mr. Babson thinks that business
I men back yard and doing housework in a thermometer reading: 71.
ruled that a mere prospective motherinlaw temporarily lose faith in advertising when the kitchen. South Florida) Contracting &
must deny herself such privileges. sales slump and thus enter a vicious circle I .

Hence Mrs. G. H. Stexvart, who interferedwith -"decreasing trade brings a decline in Much interest is centered in the I FUNERAL HOME Phone 598 .. .
.1,golf: matches this afternoon when EstaUisleJ. 49 Yeart- .
her son's marriage to :Miss Grace advertising budgets; less advertising space I local players of the ancient and I Key West's OU*t "Your home is>l worthy,ofilfce.. r : I

Leighton, must pay the jilted young lady brings a further drop in sales; and so on honorable game pit. :their skill)) S4-He.r AsBbmU. .eLtecnfsMl Seryie.i ,

$750 damages. down the toboggan slide," j against officers from the ,British'I + EmhalaserPk A

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[ DOUBLEHEAflERS I I Gekeler' will sing John Prindle i I I r rI Special rally l : with address from LEGALS

I Scott's "Out ,of'the Depths Have ,, visiting ministers. .

I r"Cried Unto Thee." j I Special miiMc in the I
I evening./ IN Tilt COIKT "/ 1)IE <'Ol"NTVJI
WILL BE PLAYED Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.!t ti i I Weeknight service Tuesday at I I1GC. )(O* '*'#!; ('01"NTV.

I i Miss Elizabeth Roberts will recite: I II 7:30 o'clock. Study of Sunday In"''T"'TIOF PICfwUl.
Relate of
re :
I I a New Year's Greeting. Sermon :|I school lesson. 'I ALEXANDER KIieWTXS.

HERE TOMORROW\ LEY MEMORIAL SOUTHCor. M. Eo FLEMING STREET METHODIST I I topic: "A Call to Righteousness." )I|I Reading room open every day. I i To all creditors. lat"cs.I>ec
sr Nor_,.,' NaekoJds 'I'r'lIct. most of th.- people I used to know 'pSLUGGERS I. CHURCH. CHURCHCor. I I S At the mid-week Bible study|I II I I Women's park open to all and all pei.. having

fti# rr* ntAoi tu tail dtnev !. a <(-- Georgia and Division Sts. ,Fleming and William Streets tale:
AND LA TROPICAL will be 'Interc
tmrd Mrftrrv OK !*4 Rues mortJkc* UsU""Aren't . topic sMry j da>. I!l You, and eal'101 you are herttjr
*t, ,I Pastor .
Rev. W. J. Martin
S Shuler Peele Pastor II
I"t lor tHlormvttlon about a .taking rather Prayer. notified and required t<, Htent any
tlultn lormnla worth milltoiu, yon an NINE IN FIRST CAME PIRATES .! Church school at 9:45 m. claims and demands
; a. Sunday school at 9:45 ivb i you rr
eAck ,. .. situation a. m. The hymns at the Sunday .
btInapt Molt T* art exaggerated view of the ,4 sung either of you ma; bat. tnst the
WI.' CHU| flam Uoltift hotel I with' Ed. R. Curry, superintendent -! William N. Knowles superintendent SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
< MI
r_.. vken Jerry intcktt a v>aUtriJleniHO. "Not a bit. ,1 replied. -Look at ,AND ,STARS IN SEC.OND'CAM ., 3er'vices'wilI be by Congregationalwriters. estate of Alexander Ki J > 'lee .t.
Ts. tIIr'. believe kl Ittn Seymour and look at my dear ,; } in charge. Classes for all I CHURCH reased. late of Monroe C i r.'y. Florida .
,,, at 11 o'clock.' to the Honorable, r gh Gunr.County ,
tht MW nl>> r: OrtoOrrfl : II. friends 'at the United Arts. Morning worship
Royal I
Judge of iloi.n' unt at
rmnla. flirts fJ'ske a pngi tmyK Oh. bf: the way. talking! of that. I Installation of Stewards followed worship at 11 o'clock.: BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH I I (Colored) his office in the Coun'.% C.". .t House

< I*. "otd.a trnttct ol hit. la find forgot 3l tchat ,
lit ca* iVout/ tk9 toaiter. S within twelve montr from the
resignation after alL" exhjbitoll I. Special music _by the choir at! munion. Colored Southard Street Between Thomas
my There ::4iA a.f! ; ( ) I[ date of the first puMicati of this
He shook his bead. '1 am sorry doubleheadeiTof baseball: :tomorrow I I each cervice. I Junior league meets at 3:30 p. Corner Division and Thomas Sts. and Emma Streets noticeli, :, November 17th. 1534.

Cbapter 28 to bear It. From your own point of I Junior Epworth League meets m. Miss Mayfield Knowles in J. R. Richardson Pastor II. Gary, Leader U34.Paled this November Kth. A I).

view I think' hare taken a false at the Navy Field. In the first ; at 4 80 Mrs. V. A. Archerin Leader ALFRED
MR. CRESSWELL"f you ;. p. m. charge. Sunday;; school! 9:30 a. m. G. Williams Missionary KNOWLES.

UNDERSTAND." said Jtnfny step." game, the Sluggers will meet the ''II charge. S Young People's Departmentmeets Preaching: 11 a. m. 'I' Sabbath School (Saturday). 10 Administrator Knowles.of IVceased.RAYMOND Estate of. Alexander .

"Perhaps 10.I admitted. "Any newly-formed La Tropical nine. Intermediate Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Miss Mary Junior A. C. E. League meets : o'clock. It. LOnO.lIornt'y .
earnestly. "You leave It to me. how. It will be a treat relief to S',. Miss S. J. .-\ for Admwtlstrator
Batteries will be Bethel and 6:30 p. m. Felton president. Miss Frances at*5:34 p'mSenior ." Church services, 11 o'clock in
sir. 1 ain't
one to miss much: tbatagofag moss?. and It will sare old Redlind S I.! novK-24: deei.S.l52291janIIS.
Piercejn charge. : Lowe, leader. A. C. E. League meetsat the morning. 19)5. .
on. Griffin for the Sluggers and Sal- ,I
the trouble of writing me ao unpleasant Department
Young People's
1 picked np an envelope from the letter. ,_ I I inero and Joe Navarro for the Miss Norma Evening worship service: at 7:30 6:15 p. m.
meets at 6:30 m. ,
p. o'clock. SerraoH subject: "The Evening service 8 p. in.V LEGALS 1\ THK C'lilt I' OP TIlE'
table beside me. and Jotted down.erry's "If you prefer to adopt a generous Tropicals. IT COt IIT
I Yatej, president. Golden Gate of Opportunity." I Weekly Services I T\\ lTlETlt Jl filiaL IIICIIT:
J address and telephone num attitude there's no more to be salt !I In the nightcap the Acevedo I OK
at 7:30 TIlE :STITIor IIOIIIIIl.
Evening worship The Board of Stewards will i 7:30 Class. 'lltrt'IT COIHT IN' AND
ber. Still. I can't help feeling that you Stars will cross bats with the Pi Tuesday p. m.. 1\ THK ( IN \\lt POII MOMIOK COINTV.IN .

"Here you are" I said "and have behaved In a rather quixotic ,.rates. The batteries will be Gates o'clock. Sermon" subject: "Faith meet' Monday evening at 8 o'clockin i Friday 7:30 p. m., choir rehearsal. IDA KOIl. MOMtOK T\ INTIKTIImriiT. CO. NT1.lnn'l\L, Fl OH. ('iiEltS.ilii.ia '.

here's a pound note Just l la case you manner. Legally speaking. your I, and Rodriguez and Casa and M. and Obedience. the pastor's study. <' 1% ( \\CKIII.: Itovnetl. a ulnfrlewoman.
service ,.
unassailable. Ton have I Prayer and praise Mid-week prayer'snvice. Wednesday .
rant It You're a stout fallow, position was 11 : Plaintiff
Jimmy.: and< I'm much obliged to done nethlDK which: could be regarded I Acevedo. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. evening at 7:30 o'clock.:, NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH I SAM c Avonnsov.Plaintiff. TS. PurerliiKiire ..f I.!.. .f
The will begin at 1:30p. Tax Salp Cerllfleale.Klixaheth .
as misconduct, and if. the 1 I opener Regular meeting of the boardof The choir will provide special i VS. Order For HoKffard (;. 'jnne

3OULie slipped! the money and envelope > committee were foolish enough to in. South' Stewards after prayer service : music at both morning' and evening ., p' :(Colored' ) PErtPV COOK.A.his Ct>OK wife and, .1'.hIlP.tI".1''a widow
The Pirates will to .
Into his trousers pocket, and expel you from the Club they would go Wednesday evening' : worship services.CONGREGATIONAL. : A. T. .MeCaskill, Pastor KAKSnilETEU op Defendant.onnEn rirruoATiov

grinned clreerfull,. uedoiibtedly bela'l themselves. Miami ,on the 19th and play a Young people's:" ehoir- practice I U. A. Moreno,'Recording Steward Defendants. rt appearing by the af'idatlt of

'; ,S: .SS1l ..;.::1 open'to an action for heavy -damages donbleheader) ; on *the ,2Qthv! ..TheSouth" .achrborsdatt; "7 'p.m.Chovprictice : I. . CHURCH ."S Mrs.\ -M. ',A.- Moreno.' Secretary K It Price appearing attorney by tor affidavit the plaintiff of T.I Hilda Russell'wblt'h.said plaintiff In theabmastyle.l
". ureHMCTttgia cause affidavit
Miamians Key -
/ ? '1" each Friday ath' "\ filed In the alMive staled and ,entitled -
school 9:30 (
Sunday a. m. has been duly filed said
in 'aultoi}
ped' up from typewritten "It wBl 't generosity." I objected. WeftDay. .and. th )*eat I li| !i';''Will : rl : ; X" : cause that the defendants. that the oaid affiant brll|. Yes that
7:30 : { t 527 ; Street 11
p.FIRST WillianX Sunday service
docaJIoaJ tlictJ. ,l.t1nt;boldJDlMn, "I'm fed lip witbtb. whole stupid reptesent'this typjhere.More ,, ,V a. m. Percy A. Cook and Reatrlo Cook. Elizabeth lUgffsrd fiwjnne, a' wi.dow .
my ..hand.Bat. ... c ( ..-....- .,_._..j ..-', 'S /V 'E-. Richard Evans.t Pastor I Evening ,worship, 7 o'clock. his wife. and M C. Kaesemeyer. areeach , the drfvndant in i the ai>o\e
bunch anil until Tve proved my Innocence details will ap'iif"'tbdd Yd non-residents of the State of
V .
han:''t& lau.I I protested.. I don't want to hate any- ,I issue. -'\.."" ... -I METHODI'S,. "CHURCH V ,Sunday school, 9:45_a.: .m, : S SAINT PETER'S CHURCH Florida and that it is the belief of or styled, Country cause other, Is a resident than th.of,State Stale of
4'c1cek. , the affiant that the said defendants.I'erey .
tistaabvzriL't.; '; S thing' more to do with them. I finished '), '1 ) V -ir-V* rningwOl' "Florida namelj', the Sla'e''of Virginia
A. Cook and Beatrice Cook
''MrYCrenwelt .'sipped bis glass of my glass and'glanced at the Corner'Simonton' and.,Eaton Sts. The Sacrament: of the Lord's. Supper ... i-' are residents of Scott Plains. New, said ,defendant'and that th..rnlde niicaheth ic I HoeganlGwjrnne. of the

porvand"; theflj::knocking the ash:oS clock. "About' time" I was toddling BALL LEAGUES TOMEETONMONDAY I Geo. E. Summers, B.,D., Pastor : r\\"i11! be administered.: : Colored) York, and that the defendant M. c.Kaeeemcyer . as particularly *5 is
Center Street Between Petfo! ia is resident of Nutt-
ff30 p"" a known to said
affiant Is US
Christian Endeavor ra. West
afraid rye .
his cigar glanced at me over hIs home. I added. "I'm kept Church Sunday school opens at ; ''It'! >'. New Jersey, and that his address York
Olivia of
spectacles. yon up to an unholy honr. but It's !1:45 a. m. in Educational Build During this month the theme will :> and Is No. 1ST Nuttle Avertue.Nuttle of Virginia Street, City and that Norfolk there Is State no

"And where precisely. does the roar fault for being so kind and ing. Gerald Saunder! superintendent be: "Dare We Follow Jesus?" The Sunday Services 'i )'. New Jersey and that there person in the State of Florida the
'IR i within the State of
i person
absurdity in?" having ,such wonderful port. evening is "Is Mass,, 8' a. m. I service of a subpoena upon whom
for Suaday :
come assist.
; Harold R. Pinder, topic S |Florida service of a subpoena upun would bind said defendant. Elisabeth
"Wb,. the whole thla '1 ridicuIons. ant. Classes for all ages. Meekness Weakness!" Matt. S:5. S Solemn Evensong and Benediction :I whom would bind the said defesd-I Hoggard Ow>nne. Further
or "* the of the Most Blessed Sac'anient -,i ants and that It I Is the belief of said that said affiant believes
It', 'Just a bare statement TH.ERES plenty more In eel There will be meetings of the I The morning worship service Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock.. affiant that each of the said defendants I of the said defendant Elisabeth that the
your out-of.packet expenses You lar when you feel like samplingIt different leagues sponsored by the cpeng at 11 o'clock in the church. Sermon' subject: "The MarchingSoul 7 p. in.jChuich are over the al'"e' of twenty- Hoggard <;ujnne, is over twenty-,
baten't: charged a ha'penny for all again.' He rose to his feet."Well. the of Man." school, 8 a. m. one )'f'UII. It Is therefore orderedthat >ars.
FERA 'in the offiie of the Recrea. Beginning the New Year with the said
the work Take of ; 8 and 7 defendants Percy It is therefore- ordered that Elizabeth
you're done yourself. good night. my boy. care those Sermons at a. m. p. m.
service Co.I. and
above Ueatrioe hi
tional Department on Monday, : Holy Communion service and the During the i Cook wife, Hofteard Jwjnn*. a widow
"I 1 don't Intend: to.H'e sat back. yourself: and If there's any possibleway who will WeekDay Services and M. C. Kaeseineer and each ofthem the defendant i in the above
elected f styledVauce
follows church officers. officers recently S
his head a little on one side and bh In which :I can be of further January' 7. as : I. installation of Mass on, Tuesday and Thursday be and they are hereby required be and she M hereby required -
At 2 P. !I., Senior Diamondball Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. become members of the church S to appear tu the bill of complaint to .
to the bill of
face appear complaint
puckered: up in a smile. "It 1. help to you. 4on't hesitate to let me at 7 a. m. filed in this said 1 cause on or
Thepastor's board will be installed. In said cause on Monda, the
baa afforded me tbe utmost bappl- know ni come and see yon out because I l League meets. I Special music by the choir. ;:Litany! and Sermon on Wednesday before alondathe 7th day of 7th day of January A. 1>. 1935.
ness to be able to help you. and no I fancy the servants have At 3 P. M., Junior Diamondball message will be "A Prosperous Wednesday evening at 7:30 at.7:30 January. \. 1>. 1939; otherwise the otherwise the allegations of said

respectable solicitor charges for his gone to bed League meets. Year God's Way." o'clock, V monthly Missionary pro, Confessions p.: After m. the Wednesday allegations will be of taken said as bill confessed of complaint by. said bill will defendant.It be taken. &. confessed by

the At. 4 P. M. Senior Baseball meeting at 630.: Officers of this society said defendants
own pleasures. He accompanied me Into ball Young Peoples' gram. service. I Is further ordered that this orUr .
I evening ,
"That's all very well.. I expostulated. and waving him good. night as he League will meet. o'clock. r will be elected. Jr It be I Is further ordered that this or- < be publifihed once a week for
I published once a week for
"but"Now , stood on his doorstep started off AII'managers who expect to enter Midweek prayer and praise S S TRINITY' PRESBYTERIAN _four consecutIve weeks in the Keyi I four Rest consecutive Citizen, a weeks newspaper In The published Key

t listen to ne. my dear boy. along' the deserted pavement of their teams in one or the otherof service on Wednesday evening at i. PENTECOSTAL MISSION ,,4, CHURCH West. Citizen a newspaper of general .I In Monroe County State of .
Tour father wai Qldest friend. Barton StreeLCODslderlDI' t circulation, published In Monroe Florida.
my these leagues are requested to 7:30 p. m. e..unl>". Florida.
and for tbat reason, even If I wasn't! all Cresswell'a kindness be present and on time. Choir rehearsal on, Friday eve- 909 Olivia Street ; (Colored) This the 7th day of December, A. .\. D. 1934.. Sib day of December

as fond of you as I am. I wouldn't and generosity, I bad felt,distinctly ( ning at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Minnie Wm. Skondeen, Pastor /. 717 Simonton Streets D.(CT.1534.CT. SHAD (Circuit Court S Scsi)
dream of taking more of uncomfortable at not being r.OSS' C. SA WYT.I'.
any your
I Robinson, choir director Miss Sunday morning worsnip :Rev. Alfred DeBamtt Pastor ROAS C. SAWtER. Clerk Circuiturt.. Twentieth
money. This wretcbed business has able to tell him the truth. Apart. t Colds Resistance Theme "Faint but Not Clerk Circuit Court of Monroe Ooun. Judicial
o'clock. :
Grillion organist. "
i Mary E. j' Services at 11 and 7:30 Florida in and
a. m.
; :
already cost you the best part of however, from the fact, that he I-. Florida.pnicic. for :Monroe County
fire hundred pounds. Too will need would certainly disapprove of the : Varies Greatly -- Faint Hearted. p. m. PRICE t. HANCOCK, J. LANCELOT LfcrVTKIl
school for all 3:30 Solicitor for Plaintiff.
Sunday p. :Solicitor foe-
what fO? bare.left11r.r: : penny of Ine which Jerry and I proposed. to** MIXED BIBLE CLASS
It If I consulted ,my own wlsbes.I :akel there was the nnsurmonntable m. ,

would much prefer to throw that barrier of my promise to Sir WIlliam A Few Persona Never Have Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- I Sunday. night evangelistic service )

piece of p3per. Into the Ore. and regard Avon. Colds; Some Have Them cino. Teachers I 7 o lock. Theme: "Don't' Be

tbe whole thing\. as finished. It was Sir William who had put S Continually This class meets every Sunday A Fraud." 1I \

but since: you Insist upon a state us on to what at all events might morning at the Harris 'School; auditorium Tuesday 7:15 p. m., prayer' Hoodwinked

ment. you can send me a check for prove to be, the right track and until By Dr. WJUom C. SmUli at 10 o'clock. Men and I and praise service. he

the amount stated there. Now fill be gave me permission to disclose \ Professor of Public Health AdminMiration women not connected with any Friday, 7:15 p. m., evangelistic jit toy

up your class: and don't let's argue his dealings with Osborne. I Harvard UniversitySctool service.
I Bible Class and regardless
about the matter any' more." was In honor bound to respect his -/ Public Health Saturday 2:30 p. m., boys' and f ACCEPTING .
of denomniations are invited to IMITATIONS
I tucked the account 'Into my Inside confidence. girls' church. .

pocket. and carried out his In I If I could discover the real l murderer I Everyone who is exposed to ft attend. V -- } j .- -- S V To get tlte oripaal I Dam tOO% Pare Paint :

through efforts the catch it. Some people FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : le to _ _
strnct( ions. my own- cold does not sure MADE IN BALTIMORE [ .

"So be It." I sald: but I wish I whole story would naturally be sri lucky. They are not susceptible CHURCH OF GOD I look for Davis '100% Pure Paint1" has f oni mnnAlICt:) ,
could think of some! way to expressmy bound to' come out. Falling that, "to colds, and no matter what Eaton Street, Between Duval and imitated, bat never duplicated.Dsvi. :...-... "

gratitude I'd like to make a the only decent course was (o stick they do or bow careless they are, HOC Olivia Street Simonton Streets .i this Label --gfa-*-*- I.'
100% Pur Paiat. conform
full length statue of yon. and stick to my word. even'It by doing so I they: never catch cold. Some un- service at 11 o'clock. James S. Day, Pastor all ==-=-... -
Morning IA S.e pare paint Law and U the '
It up In the mlddlo of Bedford Row. robbed myself of the much needed happy people have not only their :Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. Bible School at 9;45' a. m. IpIJc&} that carries a guarantee of punty P only paint 1'ii: :::: r

Ills eyes twinkled. "It's a temptIn help and counsel which ,Mr. Cress- tall and spring_colds, but a miser 7:15 Morning worship at 11 o'clock.: rAI11T V I
night service,
? asestlon.; : but I tblnk. on tbe well was In a position to supply." able summer cold as welL This o'clock.Sunday The pastor will speak on: "Be &ok tor this Guanmteeon the label- zI /

whole. I should be better satisfied As I emerged Into Parliament troop is highly susceptible to colds An appropriate : _ _ V V
If )on were to tell me a little more Square the hands ot Big Ben were and catch: : them in epite of every Evangelistic service, Wednesday -, ginning With We b*,.aBcaMMctun with MI?ether PMM KUnufKlvrcr of.MM nwlmr to own. 'YJ'g I I'V .
was the 7:15: m. subject for the first Sundayin AV Mr fraJiicu *r. s4, by IM in B.lti ses Mkd wU tkrevfh Dcl.n *al ,.
about your Immediate plant and 'In.tontlons. pointing to half past eleven. It precaution. For average per- p.

." He scrutinized me shrew! a dark wInd night with masses of ion however: there are certain c nditions Prayer and praise service Fri. the New Year. There will -be ISHfiDAVISCOl CMUO ms ttALTIMOREHQ e.G.

ly "So far. you know. you hate black cloud chasing each: other that increase the susceptibility day 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet installation of church officers at S \

been-bow IIhlI'e put HI-Jn threateningly''across the sky. Spotsof or lower resistance to colds. ing. ,I the morning service.!! C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William StreetsKAX

a trifle eraslre I've a strong suspicion rain were already beginning to Rapid'chances In temperature as B. T. U. holds its regular meet --- J

that you'rs up to something fall; and having no desire to get wet well,as movement and moisture of SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH n - .:: .

of ,which jou're nol quitec, ''rtnto: through. I stopped a passing tall the air, teem to >play a part in the Evening service at '7:30 o'clock. -

'that I should! alt.Cetfir ippMv1j &: and Instructed the man to take ale production: "of colds. These rapid, t The pastor' subject will be: "The J'T.iirI.lI..lI.l"I. rI.iTIIIIIIIIII'Ii

,. :dfe:.l..r ':. $ to Whitehall)) Court. changes from hot to Sunday Services: Torch and the White1 Line.".
\UGHED to cover my embarrassmeni. During tha brief drive my mind and from dry to wet weather cairn ,Mass! 7, 9:30; and 11 Prayer 'service Wednesday eve;
J .
i... I : was chiefly occupied! with' thoughtsof not be avoided. In many ways the,, 'S Evensong, and Benediction of

XT You make me feel exactly like. Molly. In the absence Jerry are bn neiaL 1 V the, Most Blessed Sacrament: 8. p. ning. . ONE

Cefirge! Wash'nFton! said. "&'a company with George, had! .' Cold StimaUtM I{ 'm. S V S CATHOLIC CHURCH DOLLAF'lPtits

,ther. I cannot: tell a lle." I lie," set off for Leigh directly after break I Ii A'f Church school,,,9;30 a. m., . t iStI '

tated. "The truth Is hiYt fm la a bit fast.'lbe and I had whiled away :a i Active, vigorous people from receive Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p.. m. MarTs Star 'of the Sea

of a difficulty. Certain things !bait pleasant and uneventful day wan- healthful stimulation UPO"ure Week Day Services:
weather. If the surface Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J.,
which dering abont Hampstead Heath. to
happened the last two days I I Mass everyday at 7 a. nu and '
If I lunching at the Spaniards and walk- of, the body remaina warm cold: in charge .
am not at IlbTty to discuss. at 9
also on Wednesday a. m. 'I
were you would be the first person Ins back: through, Regent's Park.She weather is exhilerating) ; if the is skin Morning and evening prayer Order of services! for this a General Electric "Liftop"S
becomes chilled then one veryapt
I should cpnsuttI had been In the best ot spirits church: a
I of daily at 6:45 a. m. and 5:30 p. m.
to catch cold. The secret en- Masses will be
and apparently not In the least Sunday morning
"I. am! to hear tbat. anyway.You
mustn't tbmk I want to force nervous.!! Nothing suspicious or unusual iovment- of cold weather is to keep Confessions: Saturdays at 4:30: said at 7 and 90 'o'clock.l_ refrigerator in home
the body; surface warm and dry. p. mo' i :
jour confidence. but If you are trv- had happened since tha Incident Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. S your

inc to get to the bottom of this my!. with the waiter on the.previous This brings up the question of Even'ng service at ,:30 o'clock
:. afternoon and I had finally clothing and its relation t*
tery. and II you bare discovered proper CHURCH OF COD Sundays} and Fridays.
anything which throws a fresh lighton i left her at the hotel at six-thirty catching cold. When should we _

Osborne's death It's not alto when she had announced her Inteution I change to heavy underwear? UDder (Latin Mission) CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY I The "Liftop" has the sealed in 'mechanism
conditions most our
tbat advice of having an early dinner. ,
gether Impossible! my Services Sundays Tuesdays and

might be of some value." and reading a novel in her bed. life developed is spent the indoors custom and of we heating have :Thursdays conducted by Rev. 327 Elizabeth Street carries the five year service plan, and has _)
room. service at 11
"I 1 promise yon one thing at Sunday morning
answered.The very moment There was nothing in all this to houses and offices t.c'lC degrees iawinUr. : Charles E. Lazo. the lowest operating cost of electric
leastI o'clock. any
conditions Sunday school. 9:30 a, m.
under such
I've any definite proof of what mako ma tho least apprehensive! Living I I Wednesday evening service at ,
straight aad yet somehow or other I felt curl- the average person should use refrigerator made. -- /
I'm looking for shall como S o'clock.
ously worried about her. So strong. the same weight underwear the j S
to you. I half round. When one goes out I METHODIST EPISCOPAL Reading room in Society build ."". f-!>
the sensation that was year
tor- was "
beet of
"Well. 1 wish you the SOUTH and Fridays '
CHURCH Tuesdays .
suitable outer covering ing open V
mind and into the cold
inclined to change my *
tune.stay lie on paused.with your"Do you friend proposeto Mol'daunt order the taxi-man to drive me to may be used to/keep the akin who I I "EL SALVADOR" from 3 to 5 o'clock. Let us place one in your ""

back to the MI1aL On'second thought bow. from getting\ ht"ChildreD
or are you going" abandoned idea.Copyy1.kt. give off heat rabidly, aged persons;.1 i Corner Grinnell and Virginia THE SALVATION ARMY
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your own studio! SI a home trial a
whffave circulation Streets until
shall with.Jerry for the "". ftnn Ptlina C..) and a poor on July ;
stop should wear heavier uaderclothing (Services in Spanish) Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer -
time being," I said.! "I cant get on Jimmy Fox brings bad newsfrom
without somebody to talk to, andToday's 8 Street
a....a a..............a as Preaching. p. m. 1002 Fleming
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.. --:1.- > T-- : I Mothers' Club meets Monday Commandants Mataxas and
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........................ York, noted journalist, born in I Today In History 8 p. m.Bible. service Newman will have charge of services I of $1.00 per month.See I
study prayer Sunday.
all day \
i St. Louis, 53 years ago. ....e..e.
: Birthdays Wednesday 8 p. m Company meeting (Sunday S

.. : 1 I 1895-Christian Science Mother school), 9:30 a. ra.Holinesa us for complete detail ir

I Maj. Gen. Prank McIntyre U. Church, Boston, dedicated. "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. meeting, 11 a. BL.

Dr. Henry S. Coffin presidentof S. A., retired of Washington, D. L. Oser and Montero I Y. P.* .. meeting. 6:1Ii'p. ra. HOLDS AUlHSfOOOl!

the Union Theological Sem- C., born at Montgomery Ala., 70 I 1914-Henry'Ford's $5.t)0) daily Pastors Salvation meeting 7:45 a. m. 2 I startled and first Streets 1 dot. cm 1 Ib. b..uffpk
country Duval and Angela V
inary. New York City, born there, years ago. S wage PRESBYTERIAN The WestElectric CM M2c Mtnut
58 brought him into the pubic eye. Sunday school, 3 p. nu FIRST Key :: t botcU ftttmf
years ago. CHURCH 1 bottle c m*( 2 Ibi.harM'Mlh .
Service in Spanish, Friday at S V I I S rtm.fH kma ;

Chief Justice Antonio Perry of 1925-Mrs. Nellie Taylor Ross 7:30 p. in.SEVENTH. J.mtce. 1 bIg cucamlxr S

the Supreme Court of the Terri inaugurated Wyoming J. C. Gekeler, Pastor 5lbs.toaoss l 0 1 basrkJ *2
Prof. William B. Munro of the : governor-. C < rr .
Calif. Institute of Technology,I tory of Hawaii, born at Honolulu. first of her ser.193S ' DAY' ADVENTISTS Corner of White and Washington 0.S 1.:1'.2..0.limnut: K= I Ib.i .

Streets ..
64 years ago. co.- V
eminent historian born in Ontario .... .
S I WMC booto
S 1017 Street Sunday school at, 10 ., raA..
Cana.. 60 years ago. -Died-Ex-President Cal Fleming ? *.jc:V Itfffia* (..r.IM SI
Seeds of black stem rust have vin Coolidge, aged 60. ''RTT. Sawyer'TeacherBitl C. Elgin -superintendent. A. F. AYALA, Sales' Mgr. l < *-2 (& .Uct>

been found more than two miles ;I & I. study, Friday 7Op, m. S Morning -worship It o'clock.

Herbert Bayard! Swope of New above,.the. earth biTh -Cttbea, Sabbath service; 10:30 a. :m, Sermon::"Imitators of God."Mri., VIii llllll.llllil.l.l.lI.lIII'"II S

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j[ ; PERSONAL MENTIONI I Pearlman's Inc.

S S S S S S S S S S S..S a a a S S S S f! I..Mis. MONDAY 8:30 A.M.PRE.INVENTORY', .

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Roberts

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress daughters Charlotte and Mrs. '

'PHONE 752-J L. T. Chambers of Pembroke, Floyd Douglas who have been J..,L. Pappy who for the in this issue of The The Feast of the Epiphany,January (B. On Time)

N. c., is here to conduct a seriesof spending week at the home of ,past several months has been at Citizen is the announcement of C, falls on Sunday this year SALE
.................................................. evangelistic meetings at Gospel a Betlin Sawyer's brber ehop REMNANT
Mr. Roberts' parents, Mr. .and Joe Crusoe, as an expert radio and will be celebrated tomorrow Xll LmJ. of short I.agtLs

Enjoyable Party-Dance At Cuban Hall 720' Southard street. These Mrs. Thomas Roberts, of Grinqell permanent wares'' states that repairman, and capable of hand- ,throughout the Christian world including practically ...ry kind
lecture wm
begin tomorrow evening she will be here only seven more '
street left over the highway yes ling all. kinds or'r J 'o' repair :At Saint Paul's Church th Masses of material ia the tore including -
In Honor Miss Ada t\j?,to'clock.. terday morning for their home in :dap. work. - ?| tilkt. 'Nuff aU. See
RodriguezThursday The general public is invitedto Tampa. Mrs. Pappy is a permanent wave 1 will be at the usual 'Sunday window JOE.P .
Jin.; Crusoe until; recently was
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attend these it is *
-- I meetings expert and :the fawner arid'manger -: cpnnected with thej radio'corps of hours. S.-AI.o big sale on Silk
night Cuban Consul Sohto; Cobo, Ercelia Falcon, stated. r Eugene Wilson, who was spend-, of the Orchid tJ autY'Shoppe I the P, and 0. S.. S. company, andexperience At the evening service. .at 8 Dresses, value to < O QK

and Mrs. Uerardo: Rodriguez held''I I:Juanita Mayg Margarita Falcon, ing a while with his aunts Mrs. in Miami. She* wJJV, return itherp! hiwide enables him o'clock, there will be suriga pro-' $5.90. at ___,tD .UO

a party-dance at the Cuban Club! Coiuuelo! Carmona, Georgia Saunders Paul' Lumley and 'Mrs. AcadieHnriquez soon. --,,- 5- < .,u1uSIEC1AI1PRESS, : A! tp{ asjure perfect':results' to those gram of Christmas and Epiphany Value to CJO 95

for their daughter Ada in honor I ,. Barbara Carey Leonella --CHILD '. 'pi: 11 J6.75. at only _tUS
and other relatives! : who secure his-se4ees.rmmm.' I carols and hymns, under thd} direction -
of her fifteenth I Lester Katherine Shuch Carol Value. to $6 75
I left yesterday to join his parents : of Noel Cooke and Charles $10.75 atSEE __ ..
Miss Rodriguez, commendably Curtis, Edna Hansen, Margot Caballero /AND_ THE SCHOOL in New York City. Roberts. .
modest and despite' Martha Machin Annie ,

her undeniable beauty, welcomed,! Crusoe, Rosario Carrero Virginia ..../w.n-N5 5d. ,s,D.i. .J H...,.PN. u--,-.-.. Miss Lillian Relman, who was'I SALE Off MONDAY Notice To SubscribersPlease BEARUFS DRY CLEANING -'

her guests individually, anti her Perez Nell Rose Knight, Rita spending the holidays with her WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.
popularity attested to by the'I II'inder. Curtis Rose Crusoe, '
was Betty
cousin, Miss Sylvia Pearlman,I be prompt In paying PHONE 152M.
large heap of birthday gifts and I: Martha Carbonell, O'Dell Wick- Reducing Craze A sale ladies dresses the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe j :,special on carrier wee deliver :jour
the steady stream of young men'' ers, Vilma Alfonso, Fay Buckley, Certain it is that style can domInate
Pearlman left yesterday afternoon : will be held at the Store Fashion. paper. H. par The Citicea .
vieing for dances with her. 'I I Inez Mesa, Zoila Norcissa Norma common sense. For when for her home in Miami. -I Monday. 15 cents a week for th.'Paper .

The party itself was a nice affair -I Garcia Marguerite Goshorn fashion decreed "girls shall be Every fall and winter ,dress in'ihe'store and sell it to yo. for 20

for the young folks who! Frances Ellsworth, Mary Lou thin at all costa" judgment was
I t William Baxter, of the internal will be marked at practically cents. Hi profit for ddllv.rlag l -
seemed to enjoy the dancing and,: DeBoer Yolanda Mendoza, Cecilia thrown to the winds. who -: half their former prices. is 5 cent weekly' on each

refreshments quite in the manner I| Ellsworth Camelia Perez, I It isn't a case of in Key revenue West department for a business visit was, Special. prices will be made on UDscriber. If be i. not paid

of healthy and happy young folks i Elia Blanco, Edna Pinder, Marina :: : talked ignorance.with I've too left yesterday afternoon for head all t fall arid winter merchandise liE: lot.-*. Not Tko Cilia.. O'i"i'I

the world o\cr. I Crespo Florence Crusoe Louise in' the store including silks in
I, I many girls, mothers quarters in Jacksonville. '
One thing that particularly Delaney. short 1111111''
and teachers to believe cuts to be tlosed out at apecial (
strikes this observer is that r Messrs. Julio Lacedonia, Paul .! give-away Jrice.cja5for .
I that lack of Mrs. .
IvaaHFxrkSvlea yesterday WITH YOUR.
though the same girls' faces are Vecker, Frank Marrero, Ignacio ,
i. entire-
knowledge 'i
to be seen at all the young peo- Lester, Daniel Lopez, Henry _, ,tly to blame. The ; for MaraUio, ',..wJierfljishA'wiil aasct.proaer4)JseAoineLby1'Mr. i a stay with her I: "Cnisot'Radio' Service1)ObfliiALLMAKES Check up op ..your' : J ) Ce
( f.arlp
ple's affairs about town, seldom Perez, Rene Dia, Lawrence girls know but for the sake of i totiansto. ; 18li = .BU are the same; gowns seen again. Goryez, Oliver and Anibal Ar- think of --attractiveness I spen&thp11weekwt,4utrFred ) i ,
what they as I a.I"U IdOJ -It UJOrl'! 0, )3 Years'Experience tion. Scientific optical examination fC1 '

They seem to have an absolutely mayor, Stephen Baldwin Joseph and appeal ,they aewiJlis! Ruter electrician .I a uNargft!\: tJ 3ge!' lr4 ; will relieve you of' a'
unimited) supply of dinner and i Lopez Julio Lopez, James Briggs, to take long eh nces.And I expert wJJ: IL; ::CRUSOE "
i I .t09. J'dt" yesterday-af enooac tit.mak. 'f s illf'j.het jI.Ifty.f::'b J great doubt. Glassed: !! will onlybe ,, '
dance frocks, and all are smart,i Earl Pinder Isidore Rodriguez, frequently the7:1:fose':: 'There1!is too, i ?! : sehoqlmtesInqwSmyrna. ,;(!l ; r-(S02 Florida, Street recommended p-when abso- 'C
: a.lscJiel5t.of ites
chic, youthful and in excellent'!'Joseph Huau, Franklin E. Albert, greater folly than atflof 'tinker:;I ; son Jp'mr *qutmept : turned today. -
--- ----- lutely
taste.S.. i Rueda lag with Natur'" 'We always suf-!,(Pullman.'cepDpa y.' necesssry-
r Sidney Arbnovitz, Evelio 0'[ !
'. ""n.1 ;--rM"J'p0 >jt:
The chaperons at the birthday-!I Marcos Mesa Jr., Kay Schutt, fer in the end. ing as far as.Miami.Raymond Mrs. Armando Alfonso and Fish Birds and Deer Heads DR. J. A. VALDES I

part' -dance were, besides Mr. and Joseph Medina, Gould Curry, In this instance the ,girls are Einhorn accredited :daughter returned this morning Mounted Soft-Lite License.
Mrs. Rodriguez, Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Carmona Francis Delaney, showing bow tragic the loss maybe :.ft r Charles Yates Mrs. Rosa Perez,I George Machin Walter Norman, by baring 'more: tuberculosisthan one of the best students at.FLp. parents in } iami. TAXIDERMIST 532 Duval Street
ida University, who spending
Mrs. Clara Machin Mrs. Hermenia, Curtis Stanton, Douglas lieI any other age group. They was I
Fine Work Reasonable Prices EDmE'a
the his -
holidays with parents Mr.
Henriquez, Mrs. Mercedes Mesa,I Carthy Andrew Elwood Nicholas show it in poor' posture. They Dr. Aurelio Perez was an arrival -
show it in poor school' work and jn and Mrs. A. Einhorn, left yesterday 319 Fleming St. Phone 170-W
Mrs. Grace Mendoza and Mrs.J Goshorn, Emmett Eryle O;;waMoI : from Miami _today for a
easy fatigue during sports where afternoon for Gainesville: Key: West FloridaEVANGELISTIC ONLY 6 MORE DAYS
I with relatives
Angela Falcon. and Jose Harold Thomp- rlef stay
I Fraga,
they should excel.. They tire early resume his studies.Mr. .
The guests included: Misses bon, Leroy Hankmson and Nor- friends.
I at dances, relying too often upon Iam.a.I Osidays'Sacthes
Moraiinu Ochoa, Grace Rivcro,I man D. Artman.A stimulants, whether coffee or spirits and Mrs. W. W. Demeritt, SERVICES ,' Beginning Jan. 7 in which to 1

__ h to whip up an exhausted nervous Jr., :Miss Mary Lightbourn, Mrs.AL In Mrs.: 'William Streeper, who was by L. T. Chambers of Bern secure yourPERMANENT

system, only to make matters Moore and Freddie Carbonell Miami for a week returned' broke, N. C.

Members' Of Pocahontas-Club worse, for these supposed stimulant left over the highway this morning ' today. GOSPEL HALL WAVEfrom rILL9NANN

I ? are really depressants. 720 Southard Street
for Atlanta, where Mr.
'B. C. Papy, who was spendinga your SPECIALIST,
Entertained At Cootie Party Perhaps more knowledge is necessary meritt and Mr. Carbonell will resume Tomorrow Evening 7:30 O'clock ETHEL MERMAN
but instead I believe it their studies at Southern short time on the Florida Keys Public invited to attend and MRS. J. L. PAPY BLOCK & SULLY a'
Is a new "attitude" that is needed Dental and,:returned today. derive the benefits with us 4 Ik*
College Mrs. Moore
Mrs. Mary Cruz and Miss delicious refreshments course a new pcint of view concerningwhat I -atBERLIN COLDWYN GIRLS I
will join her husband LieutenantAL
Miriam Carey delightfully entertained ''was served during the evening. really is fashionable. Howto Mrs. Benjamin Tynes who was' SAWYER'S *eu.o..d 5..UmtW siss
I Moore, U. S.,A. Reserves whois C
the members of the Past bring it about, I don't know. visiting,briefly witl) relatives and
After having spent a very enjoy- stationed at headquarters ofthe MONROE THEATERGrace
Pocahontas Club with a Cootie But I am convinced that we must friends in Miami returned to- BARBERSHOP
able the Fourtb Corps Area in connectionwith '
evening, guest departedat
at the learn how. Surely great
Thursday a
Party evening respon- day.
... Moore in
: '
home of the former on Newton a late hour for thir respective sibility is facing every good parent CCC activities. IMr She will return to the Orchid

street homes. and every sincere teacher. '.- and Mrs. Otis Johnson ONE NIGHT OF LOVE Beauty Parlor in Miami of J

Allan Neil Roberts, son of M* which ,h.e. !i.1 owner and man ..
Guests of honor included Ar- ,Those enjoying the evening'sentertainment .who spent the holidays with their '
Fighting winter colds and the -
and Mrs. M. who Matinee Balcony hOc Orchestra Picas make appointments -
Percy Roberta : ; :; ager. your i lb-20c '
thur J. Ruland, of Binghamton. were: Arthur J. value of milk, fruits and other protective ,80nand daughter-in-law. MY.\ and early. MATINEE:

N. J., Great Incohonee of the Im- Ruland, Great Incohonee; Wallace food* in building vp ret was spending the holidays with Mr;.,Amos Johnson, in Miami, returned IS-ZOc; Night, 15-25c NIGHT: 15-25c-
his uncle and Mr. and Mrs.
proud Order of Red Men. Other Pinder, Mrs. Anna Tracy, tittance, will bt discussed by Or, aunt this afternoon.M. .

Great Council officers included I j Mrs: Jessie Moore of Miami Mrs. Ireland ira next week't article. Benjamin B. Smith, in Melbourne. -
'I returned .
Mrs. Anna Tracey and Mrs. Lottie Hathaway of Massachrsetts, yesterday.Dr. . E. Gilfond.- acting ad- ,

Jessie Moore, of Miami, and I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Crews, Mr. Fern ChapterHas : -1 minjstrator, of FERA'' and J.

Mrs. Bernice Park, Past Great i and Mrs. Lee Thompson, Mrs. Wal- N. C. Pintado who was in 1. Lancelot Lester administration D. ARONOVITZ Sale On Fall DresseS
I ,CeremonyThe Miami for short business trip
I'ocahontas:: ; Mrs.\ Annie Baker, ', ter Kemp, Mrs. Harold Baker, a attorney, returned by plane this ERG'SJUS

Great Keeper of Wampum; :Mrs. < Mrs. Wm. Weaver, \'lrs. Alice I and on the return stopped at morning from a few days visit in DEPARTMENT STOREKEY HOLTSB ALL TO BE CLOSED OUT
annual of ;installation Homestead for a brief visit I with
Alice Curry Great Second Scout.| Curry Mrs. Herman Saunders I Miami. -
Mrs. ,John Park Chas. of officers of the Fern relatives, returned yesterday ao- WESrS ONLY DEPART. ROOM
and Wallace I'mder, Past Great C. Mrs. TO MAKE
Sachem of Florida.A II Lovie of Philadelphia, Mrs. Leo' Chapter No. 21, Order of Eastern companying his daughter Ella Mrs. Earl Hathaway arrived MENT STORE OPENED UP- FOR OUR NEW SPRING

beautiful Past l'ocahontAs nard Curry, Miss Miriam Carey Star, took place last night at the Taylor Pintado who was spending Thursday from Burnell, Fla., fora 618 Duval Street DRESSES.

Jewel was won b>' Miss Miriam and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Cruz. Masonic Hall at Simonton and the holidays with her sister- ', .it.\vith relatives and friends. The new MARSHALL

Carey, which was donated by Mrs. I Great Incohonee Arthur J. Ru- Eaton streets. Miss Ruth at Homestead.Mr. Clearance on all Winter FIELD SPRING DRESS 25 Ladies' All Silk Flat

Tracy of Miami. The ladies' prize land. accompanied by Mrs. Anna The rites were conducted in the : Mrs. Flora Michael, who was Wearing Apparel at drastic Crepe DRESSESAll i
and Mrs.\ Allie and GOODS. Come in and see
five star point lights, red, green, Capo
for high score in Cootie was won : Tracy Mrs.\ Jessie Moore\ of Mi- eriding'several: weeks with her reductions
by Mrs. Lee Thompson, a ami and Mrs. Lottie Hathaway of white, yellow and blue and were son of St. Augustine came in yesterday daughter-in-law, Mrs. Everett to make them Monday. $14.50 $8 95

ful reed basket. The guest's L'auu'l Massachusetts, left over the }highway i impressively beautiful. Several i to spend the winter with Michael, at Fort Pierce returned space for advance Spring Consisting of Dresses, at __._

a beautiful leather wallet yesterday morning enroute'to lovely vocal numbers, solos and friends. .. Thursday.Mrs. Goods. All $10.95 S6.95 i

won by Lee Thompson. i their homes. duets, were rendered, these interspersing - !t.. Bouclaire Plaids, Mayfair ,
the ceremonies.A Ray Bush, business representative : Dresses: ,at ..._... -
. I I M. A. Kish and two chilIi&l Striped and Checked New Tissues, Jauntaire Broad- '
-- -- ------ - of the Miami Herald who was
splendid' address by Rev. All $6.95
who the holiday -
: ". were spending cloths Dophne Printed S3.95
James Day, Chaplain U. S. Navy, in Miami for several days on,bust, Spring! See . .
Second Tennis Tea Of Social as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dimity Beverly Batiste at ___ -
retired, and pastor of First Baptist ness, returned yesterday. ; Thursday after- suckers, yard ___. ,
I Church of Key West, closed; ;0' &.1JJ /1-.. Iodsyeater4ayG4rolfll ,..' noQtrfor the.home-in Miami.tJlif4 SEE WINDOW; DISPLAY Prints, Riviera Cords, All
Season To Be Held Tomorrow the meeting, afterAvmVhTretlring IU J.r 4 elo f",.1.n :JUtb'! ; :- .- .- Nautical Piques and D$5.251PL' .

and new off iccrjf.if* &< CHapter. ; Itimt ,4.oewenttaonstklb.aOPe4WCOi tM1 r"q.1t.V,ulIf.\t.Q.n J,F i1d J) CQnJ iips.i and- see the Sheerweave |Seersuckers.

Social tennis fans will again observe Players for the doubles were entertainfcd pV; MV.: j\tj.\ $. ; WJ !D 3f Pl f't(.,J'P }lf:9fI : infest beautiful assortment I Largest showing- Silk

gather tonorroafternoon from are being selected today. Charles Lowe t A fJi It
for the second Tennis Tea As previously the affair will ; WIth Mrsi1inton'snothr of New Spring Hats at
4 to 0 ,, at ? flrp."q'S'B" / season .! Key West. 6 Y 'i' l: priced$1.50r
to be held at Casa Marina the be an invitation one, with all p 'L lCI. lJ.'G' suce ot ;)Mai3aFY\!\ :Lo"iefjAIbwrr-, JM\.O&1Yrli..and oth.b rela-' Popula /Prices in the at $1.0 l
JLo1IUt 1
first held last having last cyc 1 e UPQ I wt\it,. pndiftt. tlI.L o MONDAY MORNING'SALE '
Sunday those present Sunday again jb Pllfl IV L'1! ; .uY !(Ol. v C45h1.fpJ'LbSLG1.4
M ; newest:: and shapes ALLAN-
her fthenFa4iAlbusw! >, AtrgWp ; :
; 50c
been go successful that there has invited with an additional num- Enjoys Oating """" -- #
!been a large demand for a continuation ber to whom invitations are to- ami, returned yesterday ;to-beqki, ">,Mnand- Mrs. Norman Curry, Ballibuntles, Linens, Leg- PRICE, ''Y' rd..2 _u _

of tlt.uTOlllurruw' \. day being issued. readiness for the school term who were spending a while with horns and Rough Straws. New stripe Tub Silks, see win- This selection includesto
The Coral Bicycle Club of Key dow, on sale Monday -
singles will be The will be played -Monday. relatives, left Thursday for the 75c Plaids
!! games on Stripes, and Plain., If .
West last night held one of their Whites Blacks Browns yard _
played! by Miss Natalie Minnick, the spacious Casa Marina courts home in Rock Harbor ., you are looking for material
delightful and justly famed out Frank Russell special agent of One case of New Flaxons
prominent young society woman and Jca service will be availableon ings. the customs service who was in and Pastels. on sale at from which to make a new
of Kidgefield, Conn.. and :Miss the lawn surrounding the Otto Bethel sexton in chargeof 50c
3 for __
Members first held their busi- on scales Dress this is the best
West checking buy
Norma Yates, popular young Key courts or the garden terrace. LeoB. Key up the city cemetery, left Thurs- Plaid and Striped Wash Solid ,
ness meeting at the home of Mrs. and other measuring equipmentused Piques, on of the :
\\vsler and a member of the Warren, Director of Social day ifternoon for a two weeks' 25c
Frederick Kirtland on South I by transportation lines, left Dresses, New Spring sale yard _
Junior Woman's Club. Activities at the hotel will vacation on the keys and will
street and afterwards bicycled yesterday for headquarters in MI-, Pique 10 pieces
match visit in Homestead and Miami be- line at 20c
There will be a return in charge. $1.98
around the County Road for Monday at yd. DAILY
played between Mc$> rs Curry Another event that is creating stoppingat ami. ,$. fore returning. each __._...__...___
the beach point at the end of Heavy White Waffle
:Harris am! AVery Johnson, much interest among society i is the ] Cloth for Coats 50c Shipments of Spring Shoes
Boulevard daughter
for a Cuban Supper Miss Ruth Rose Galey, SEE WINDOW DISPLAY yd.
whose last Sunday resultedin the Bridge Tea to be held next Ben Gardner. employed at St. received.
game consisting of black beans, rica, of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Galey, the 25c Pillow Tubing, now being Special
Augustine, was spending 20c
tie. This return match will Wednesday afternoon.
a Many crawfish enchilado and brownrd who was spending the Christmas: holiday with his mother Wash IJre.sses'ln all sides 40 inch yard discounts on all Shoes for
season '
of much interest, as both tables have already been
arranged -
prove potatoes.The holidays with her parents, ]left yes: Silk Pongee regular < 1 AA Monday.
and other relatives left Thurs-
Mr. Curry and Mr. Johnson are for with numerous other from 12 to 52,
Staunton $1.00 DX IAI
coral Bicycle Club now terday afternoon for 25c, 5 yds. _+_
excellent players, and a joy to planned. day afternoon for Miami. each .__ ___ - JUST
number the ;;; ; RECEIVED
I ,approximately. ..thirty.-! Va., to resume 'her'studies at -t -'AlI------'j : Silk Seersucker for :

-- -- -- --- five mtmbeis.KaU: of whom !Svert Baldwin College, and was .- Dresses tD j.oo
------ --- --- Mary Mrs. George Schutt.---who. with Sport yd. Beautiful, New Bags in Pastel
present fiAJast nightfsl Lott4n4 attended'by' a :of relative Large assortment of Wearwell Sheets, 81x90, regular -
::her daughters, spending few Shades
Key West Garden Club Holds and all-fcf-whom-ejiprws..theomL and friends to''wish her a pleaant" days in- ,Key' 'West -with 'MnISchutt's 'BEACH,TYEAR. SLACKS, "," ,I SLOPMattress specially all'SI00.

I at _ _ _ ,
selves .
as navlng highly enjoyable trip.Mrs. I : motherand; 'i brother' .P1 '
Session : Covers for (PI QC SEE THE
evening. '
: ? P. Sohntt, left Thursday for Long Twin Beds _, tD J..OtJ
R. L. Mallard was an at BATHING SUITS ,
). KeyS 1. ; I IS
White Uniforms
all 1 AA
The Key West Garden Club Show, and -Mrs. W. J. Phelan was I Miss Phelan Hostess rival Thursda .for- a:stay for the! .- iies --.iL3. $ .. NOW ,BEING RECEIVED--

I 'winter as guest ;of her son anti Mrs. Allan .B. Clears' Sr... leftThursday' ,Children's. ,.
met Thursday morning at 10 appointdvas her successor. 'Mrs. At Dinner Party 'Sleeping Beautiful Dresses for
o'clock at the Woman's Clubhouseon Phelan is to be assisted in her new I daughter-in-law, 'Mr and Mrs afternoon for Miami SHOESClosing Pajamas) 2_to.G, 5ge Ladies

l Division street with the duties by Mrs. O. S. Long and I James Mallard for the winter *eaEon. 'where she will visit for a while at ..._.._...._. ,_ Misses and, Chil" "

:Miss Pauline Phelan held an informal t. with relatives- and .friends.! Birdseye Diapers, 27x27, reg dren. .
ing eleven members present MJS. Warren. These ladies will : : out all Fall
fOllOW-I dinner-party at her home ular $1.50. '
Mrs. William II. Malone, be in charge of the Flower Show $1.35 Lovely new Silks antf f
:I on Whitehead street last Thursday Mrs. Wm. Mendell, who was \\ / / Shoes for ,Men, Women at ____ (
dent; Mrs. Hugh! Taylor, planned for February 15th and I I relatives 54 inch ? Indian other fabrics.SPECIAL '
night for the Misse' Lonor spending a. few days with WJiite
John Cekeler, Mn William until that time the Key West and Children at reduced 3ge
Head, 50c. at .
Warren, Edith McCann, Julia in Miami returned over \e SPENDYOUR reg. M
White Mrs. Bascom Grooms, Garden Club will hold a meeting .
v assort Pure Linen Table Cloths
Jones, Mary Eleanor Boyd, Marie East Coast Thursday. prices. ALL
_ Mrs. W. J. Phelan, Mrs. J. Vining each Thursday morning at 9:-15 I I 60x72, regular FALL AND WINTER: '

Harris Mrs. Frederick Kirtland, at theVoman's Clubhouse, which Thompson Sullivan Betty Moreno Mary ;the ment of styles and sizes in $1.50, at .__ eD 1.00 MERCHANDISE.-All will
Theresa Falk Ruth Rose P., P. Schutt, manager of
Mrs. Eleanor Hellinjjs, rrs. O. S. meetings it is urgently requested Galey and Anne Duncan. Casa Marina hotel, returned over I I 9ACATIDN'FL 'the city. Closing out all woora
Hicks. that all I I
Long and Mrs. Clifford members attend. Place for our new good
cards were green and the East Coast Thursday from a. _
J JI Long Cloth, 36 inch,
Mrs. Malone presided at the Ralph Gunn has extended YEAR IN 1 00
an white, and the table decorations,.brief visit with his brother George We are now showing on sale 7 yda. ._ c1' .
meeting. Miss Molhe Parker tendered invitation to
all members to
her come I cut roses tastefully arranged,. Schutt, manager,. at Long Key A the advance Spring Styles Full Fashion Silk Hose Chiffon THE STORE OF FASHION
Recording the
resignation as to Country Club Botanical ,
were much admired. Weight regular75cr
Secretary, and Mrs. Andrew Gardens next Monday morning at I Fishing camp. In Merchandise. Men, on sale our City. Ldir LadiW Slor.

Miller was appointed in her 10:30 at which time new trees I been accomplished by the Garden Mrs. Ernest Mullins, daughter !" Women and Children. at... .- 'T 50e I. APP

stead. Mrs. William Warren resigned will be planted. I Club and plans for further improvements of Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Cruz was IzH&4: I OU11\w : ,

as Chairman'of the Flower : Much splendid work has \
t ; already: are well under way. an arrival Thursday from Fens- i ,


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