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 11, 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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-I I I I For Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wire the I I I tltje: tcp' 1' >: >cst I (Citizen most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather*an average has in the tl I

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scheduled excursion flightby Among many visitors in Key
plane to Tortugas which was! West today, are Mr. and Mrs. A. IN DISBURSEMENTS
to have been made today has been W. Strohl of Akron, Ohio who O i -

Carpenters and painters have Approximately more wok "What we heard of the concertat Martin Key and Miss Anne Bar-i Charles Caring who has been !
postponed until tomorrow. will remain for a month's stay in .New forms are being put into
started in earnest to work out ers will be added to the force now the park last night was very I ton who were on the automobile : absent from the city for several I

employed on the bridge opera I !| The plane will leave from the the Island City. I years returned yesterday and is I use by the accounting and social!
Volunteer enjoyable music, but we did not I i
their hours pledged for the ride which resulted in the death .
tions at Lower Matecumbe, bringing !: air station 11 o'clock and return On a recent fishing trip in near- now a prisoner in the county jailon service departments of the Florida

Work Corps in Key West last hear much of it. due to the bois i by waters, Mr. and Mrs. Strohl i,! of Mrs.\ Botsford early Wednesday a charge of embezzlement.
the total up to about 875. at) 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Emergency Relief Administrationwhich
July. terous actions and loud talking of : succeeded in making a large catch I:I morning will appear to testify Garing left the city in August,

These additional men are expected j !: Sightseeing trips will be made'I|! of different varieties including I I 1931, and immediately afterward are designed to incrcast
Last week, the Key West Ad others. .1 before the coroner's 4
on August 5, a warrant for his
in about one week. II III Sunday, beginning at 1 o'clock,!!|yellowtails snappers and other efficiency and accuracy of th<
ministration made an appeal for I This statement, in toto was] arrest was issued! out of the crim-
( specimens with large shark being I o'clock this afternoon. work Miss\
a Nina G. local:
the use of that labor, after the I This was said to The Citizen it was announced. However these! inal court charging him with embezzlement Ryder
made to The Citizen this morning
I I i I j landed as a finish up of theday's With} this evidence and that ofperhais director
time for working out the houri '.E. E.' Stokes, of the sightseeing flights will be made'1only I of social service, said this
today by ::
had been extended for a second by several'visitors who' attended | outing. A'number ofconchs "'several other on the'ree-I I The 'charge it, is understood,,

[ Florida i 'ERA-executive forces un. I in'the event the plane car-'I were also secured. I the' i was' made by Ross Robert!, ",'howa'at' morning. .
the1 concert'ofthe"1 K jr* West I ord, it i is expected hat jury ,
tix.months'period; and laborer! i I S '
that time i
agent in' The'forisi
and, others' have responded!! to the der' B.:'M< 'Duncan; 'who'-' arrived !Hospitality:Band'at'B jview Park- jjes. a full passenger list. 'j''I The visitors are'much'delighted. will bes ready.tb'tender averdict! West''by a'' large' meat1 I 'packing Key interest to merchants which is particular

request of administration.: yesterday'frim'Lower M teeumb&Mr. last.night!! ": An advertisement covering the with their sojourn here, and slated -'!!I I At'' the'session of" the'jury yes- com an'y. a d' Charles Caring was and relief

The7 Key'.West Athletic- Club \ : Stokes Bald' that"'prepara- I I An excellent'program was being Tortugas i excursions and the:I,i that they have 'enjoyed 'every':'Iterdaya'number I !'persons testfI an employe. clients is' the'direct relief voucher
; \\hich .
building,; considered 'Unsafe''from tiofts'are' now'under'.wayto'have'all .played' ,'.said' one lady: but''many I sightseeing, trips is shown in this; minute of their stay thus far I: fied,":including"' Dri H.' C.: Gal y, Several' days-a, i informa'tionwas'received carries the' name and address
issue of The Citizen. at e'sheriffs' 6f- of the relief client to whom
a structural point of view'is beting inreadlnessto'h&ase! and provide of the young1 !olks"who"w represent They claim to have thoroughly:/I f\\ho-was asked ,to' 'perform the] fire"that'themis' ,
.1 I : : ng man was in it is issued date of i issue, and
seemed' to have no appreciation -! joyed the turtle steak served autopsy. His evidence"was to the
demolished with volunteer labor for the new addition to the FERA OFFICIAL J i Fort Pierce and t was intendedto what the voucher can be used to

and in its stead a park will be working force and these prepare- of the music and from their I along with other meals in Key; effect that death ensued from con ask the sheriff there to apprehend buy.

developed where visitors and citizens tions will be completed in ample actions and loud talking seemedto West, agreeing with many other cussion of the brain and drown i him. Before these steps Merchants and clients Miss

I be I COMING TO CITYJACOB visitors that this dish ing. :could be taken Caring returned to
may go to watch the Key trying to make 'themselves is very ap his Ryder said, should be careful to

West eunsets.; time.Asked about the short lived heard and observed by others who petizing. t The body! of Mrs.\ Botsford isj:t'I Deputy home Clements and surrendered Chief note whether the voucher carric,

Park benches many of which strike: at the camp yesterday Mr. I were trying to hear the program.It Mr. and Mrs. Strohl intend to. still at the Lopez Funeral If.*nie.1: Judge J. Vining Harris has fixed the word "food," "clothing,"
also members'of
was said by "
already have been constructedwith Stokes said it did not amount to the band that they were terribly BAKER TO ARRIVE ON make a trip Havana before returning -' Instructions from Mrs. Harold A.I j i bond at $150. "rent Florida, or ERA"medical.cannot."honor because vouch-the

volunteer labor, arc being PLANE ACCOMPANIEDBY j Smith of New York, daughter of I
anything and stopped for annoyed by screaming of children ers which have been
They concluded by saying that used, to buy
of painted labor now J. with the same director kind I oniy a short time. 1 r noise of the swinging rings! JULIUS STONE they found many interesting',': the deceased were received today I FERA ARRANGES bomething other than that for
Gerry Curtis
and the will be
] and the laughter and loud talkingof body shipped to
of the works division, pointed out In any camp of that size, he i older folks. things in Key West and promised: New York tomorrow afternoon. which they are issued.

this there ; i to urge many of their friends S Space For Witness
morning."Key : I said are always a mal-j t Two MUSIC TRAINING
members of the band said
I I Jacob Baker back home to visit the Island City t In order to insure;; proper use
Westers their contents and trouble breeders. I one of the three I
are keeping that I
as a matter of truth the
I[ assistants to and enjoy the many pleasures afforded -' FERA MAKINGREADY of the vouchers, a fpacc is provided -
pledge to the governor and to the I The instigators of the trouble, it : only time quiet and attentive appreciation Harry relief Hopkins federal tourists.PAPER; FOR YOUNG FOLK on the flip for a witness to
Florida emergency administrator
Emergency Relief Admin-j was raid are all from the first' was shown for their I sign at the same; time the merchant
utrator," Mr. Curtis said. "It is group who arrived at the scene efforts to entertain, was when arrive in Key West tomorrow i TO OP'ENIN __ and client) sign. showing sIt I

this kind of co-operation that can I' of operations. Those who arrived I! the band played on the Duval by plane, and will remain DELAYED initcly that the voucher has been

make, the rehabilitation of Key' I' street park next to the Hotel until Monday. RECREATION DEPARTMENT
in the second detachment remained Mr.\ Baker I NEW OFFICES properly used. If a citizen 'I'! "A, .
will arrive
West With company
funds Colonial.
a success. forj I at work. I I with I I TO HAVE HOSPITALITY ed to witness the signatures he
carrying on the program considerably Visitors. music lovers and the Julius F. Stone. Jr., should look to if -
Florida Became of fee proper U'c:
curtailed. it is only through { musicians expressed: the hope that]I I Emergency Relief Administrator necessary repair .f BAND MEMBERS CARRY ON of the voucher has been made it

the use: of volunteer labor as wellas DISCOVERY OF some steps will be taken in the future I who is returning from a to one of the machine b PREPARATIONS MADE TO1RANSFERALL ACTIVITIES was said. '
work relief labor that thethingswe to keep the noise makers survey of activities in other parts .
v ,.. _.':." !: In the.pait-there.ha* beensom_ i
; !
of.hi3.dtstrit.s.f! I of Ta. ::
S Citisem' l battery'of EQUIPMENTTO ; '
desire front those who 'attend
to do :In Key West -annoying misuse of direct relief er","
CAVE Baker and Mr. Stone
can be accomplished. 'I and the musicians as welL Miss said. "Certain
linotype, there NAVY YARD Ryder
will, it is expected make the trip wa a delay in QUARTERS The recreation department of mer-
The volunteer labor is )being
chants !have encouraged relief
used -- I I If to Tortugas by plane omorrow. printing this TOMORROW MORNING the Key West Administration haj
only on projects which are directly : nand I clients to bring them trade by giving
LONG KEY CAMP arranged for lessons to be given
beneficial to the public, it EXPLORER REPORTS DREAD;t I, them cash for a portion of
by members of the Key West Hospitality I
was said.JULIUS. TEXAS CAVE LARGEST OF I : Band to boys and girls in their voucher The Fla. ERA has a
NOW SCENE OFMANYANGLERS Unlcrs something unforseen list of both clients and merchant

ITS KIND f ( TODAY'SWEATHER, i happens to mar the schedule all I Key West who own musical instruments who have been doing this and it
F. STONETO ) but are without funds
;Florida ERA office activities will ,i is felt these merchants do not
I i with which to take a course of instruction -
I be. transferred tomorrow from the realize the extent to which they
it announced this
-- -- was
BE HEARD IN (lly AMoelaled Frr..) Temperature S building on Duval street to the J I' are perjuring themselves: or the
%; slightly colder in morning.

!J BRADY, Tex.. Jan. 11.-New I [Highest .............._...............__74 extreme north portion. marine barracks the naval station. Many students in the junior |harm they are doing the relief

RADWADDRESSFLORIDA explorations of the "Devil's Sinkhole ' SEVERAL OF VISITORS FROM :Lowest .*?..,......._...........' .....-S. 66 and senior high school have instruments 'I(.client in aiding him in deception."

," whose forbidden aspect NORTH AND OTHER SECTIONS |Mean '....,....'......'...........____70 r1tZM w'ta Practically all of the employes but their talents and I Aticle Emphasized
frightened away all but the most r Normal Mean ...._..___69 I in the building arc today packing inclinations musically are going "If a voucher is made out for

venturesome for decades, have J MAKE RECORD Rainfall !L up the impediments and paraphernalia uncultivated because of lack of 'food,' that is what is most need.

EMERGENCY RELIEF shown it to be shaped like a vast Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. to be in readiness' when the ed by the family and the voucher
CATCHES money, it was said.
first truck backs for the first! must be used for that !
hour-glass and the biggest cave up
ADMINISTRATOR TO TALK I Normal Precipitation .... 08 Ins.! The boys and girls will te; ,
of its kind yet discovered. I .Ibis. rffutd. ........ :-t-..... perlwd load tomorrow morning.For commodity," it was emphasized.
ON ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN I r!I! Only the great Padriac cave of I .*...... mt H .VI ck tfcl m.t.a..j.Tomorrow' . the past several weeks, grouped according to the instruments II "Failure to use the voucher
which will
southern France says Dr. Frank (Serial' to The (.'ltl...) Aliaanac Wi workmen have been making necessary they play and I correctly will necessitate the

MONROE COUNTY E. Nicholson, who has explored LONG KEY, Fla., Jan. 11.-As Sun rises .............._ 7:14 a. m. 1&J': I I repairs and alferations' in week.receive one hour's instruction each i I! 'black-lifting of merchants not co

I I|I every major cavern in the United veteran anglers began to assemblefor Sun sets _..-..-.-.--..-_,.._ 5:57 p. m. : /ffi I, the interior of the building which] Through the classes, it is hoped :.operating'' Miss Ryder informs.

', States and many in foreign countries the season on this famous lit Moon rises .......,...._...12:22 p. m. : has been arranged to house the that school orchestra be : Only temporary relief can bo

Florida Emergency: Relief Administrator ,| rivals the Devil's Sinkhole tle palm-fringed isle, they scanned Moon sts ........_..._.. 1:00 a. m.' Fair different departments,,. I a which will- rank can organized ,:I given: by the Florida ERA, Mi:1: ::

Julius .. Stone wiU'''as. a vertical. cave, i ii .. the ten-year'fecords' of the largest -'I Tomorrow' Tide ./lJ.'f, SJrft/Bi/ <'JW) !*. of thc,rbest.:irt.TthV'state1. -'s.ns' withtKt, liT'I ; j Ryder1'pointed"' out,' and vouchersaitf"not !

discuss the accomplishments. iV I: fish"ta1en"ae't": : long fI.:1.\fY: Jacksonville to Florida Straits J .!iructure'wiJl be used ,and one,s '
(f'j j i The entrance tQ,the..Sinkhole .....". .r .no,.1I.r. /TW 'l I I "t (,I'(' ___ ""Hf1l';!" in, _- '')\ "" ,I nayYn -
the administration in Monroe/ Fishing 'Cn1". newly"'fbm'pjled.. .1. : tion is to j be .uFetyecanit.nrytllftarthint fltlt.lot'( l buck: 'b'iW(!iTh'cy'1 ;
Moderate /
80 feet .in diameter. From the lilt; west shifting to n&thwinds
; jflKJs ...... ,. . : 3:41OYf.r.
'I froni1 th 'iog'bt' tne : ---- -- ; '
next, when he will I "Long. Kpy I which is : current and emergency1 ,x'pe'nsosonJy.
county Tuesday ,,'allst1tI'1 ."' .| and fair tonfoh't' jip occufMing QY P
SUt IhfJ : ........... 8:55 11:03 : weather : '
be heard on the air. j th \ jt iq; oq !i) JQ j'tt'' Fishing Club. ,,,,' I M llarometer, 4.s : : 'r i! .one. of the offices;jn ,thc::pity t ( :,!Thy art issued f 'either for
", ; This compilation! i 'shows that the:I at 8 a. m., today: and Saturday.' haiL I II. Hhrect relief work'relief but
The broadcast is :scheduled to tJ! ; : or ,
open w ide onto an underground i Sea level 'j : ) J wc" ; : OFF "
begin 11 o'clock and last until *tiSaiOin T 4)) TfcU frit) V.HhinlaSiavAfis 1i 1933-34: sea!'on saw the establishment ,.,.. ,i . S East Gulf: dentT to moderate 5 r 1 , ,, SHIPI: In'ritbet't3stf ate;not ttj'.$ 6tlilfz-i

II :1 5 from station WIOH Miami abouVfiOfl-rttVign. Dr. of a greater ntuecoZrec-; ; Lowest.i i north and northeast winds. SEEK CLASSES ': f',' 1lSEARCH --.r..l': I I'icd! 1nreducing:! Indebtedness: cSn-

Reach. Mr.\ Stone will earlier in' Nicholson and his exploring party! ords for t4ea..| than )hp i..any.. Station Last Highest ,,' I t, tracted previously.
other iirhts Wstor1 Yesterday WEAThER CONDITIONS I' The social service
the evening be guest speaker ata found. and a mile in circumference; season Abilene ............ 48 76 STILL MADE, HOW. department
meeting of the Committee of It also show that most of the IN HANDICRAFT here has been instructed to'deU-r-
at the base. \ Atlanta ...... 46 66 I The northern EVER FOR ANCHOR IN I I
One Hundred j Mjles\ of caverns and corridors Long Key Camp's alltime records .m. disturbance is I Ij j I I mine carefully if vouchers are

He was invited to that gathering adorned with stalactites and including sefferal world I Boston .........,.... 36 44 central tBis morning over the Canadian LOCAL HARBOR being used to reduce the amount
through Wm. K. Porter, presidentof stalaJmitelrounded columns marks have been made duringthe Buffalo ..,......... 28 36 I Maritime Provices. East-i i I i,I of back bills. In the event cooperation -

the First National Bank of Key marble-like mantles and snow- last ten years, despite the fact Charleston .....,.. 52 68 !I port Me.. 29.38 inches .and pre j I --- I I of merchants is not to be

West. encrusted thrones have been:! that.the local resort has for about Chicago ............ 28 36 sure is low over most sections east! II Search continues for the anchor had. it probably will be necessary

I I 1 three decades been America's beat-' Denver ....m..m.. 34 58 of the Mississippi\ Valley. Other OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED: which ;I\ to follow a course which has been
I chartered by the party. was lott last Friday night
I| known anglers' mecca. Detroit .............. 28 40 disturbances! are located this I established in some other cities.
Water in the lakes and from' the Steamship Brazos when
ITALIAN STEAMER According to George: G. Schutt. Galveston ......-. GOO 70 morning over the lower Rio Miss Ryder said. In those cities
ponds some of which are 50 feet she was preparing to sail for New
| manager of the camp and secretary -.I Havana ............ 70 Grande Valley, Brownsville Texas. FLOOR OF ADMINISTRATION f both direct and work relief are
and clear York after
maintains discharging
as crystal.
ARRIVES IN PORT deep 1 of the club a study of the Huron .-...-........ 16 38 29.90 inches the Southwest. cargo. paid for with vouchers and all reimbursements -
constant temperature of The anchor was dropped to
a assist -
i club's logalso indicates that at Jacksonville ...... 52 74 Phoenix. Ariz.. 29.80 inches and BUILDING of vouchers are with
38 degrees. Flower-like rock formations the ship in turning and when
-- ,, I least half of the great catches at KEY WEST .... 66 74 the far Northwest. Seattle, Wa h., held unless used for temporary
: cover the bottoms of the the ship was in the act of turn.
The Italian Steamship! Vigor arrived -, the camp have been made by non- Los Angeles ......52 64 29.62 inches; while a moderate ing the chain became fouled, it is emergency relief expenditures.

in port last night from Rot- | pools.As the of Carlsbad members of the club many of Louisville ........ 44 50 high pressure area covers the Any Key Wester interested in said, and

terdam, Holland. and berthed at : in case \ whom were novices Miami ..,...,......... 52 74 Plains States and Mississippi\ Valley handicraft work may join the parted. -
make their the chain located
countless bats Yesterday
the Porter Dock: company's pier cavern, Indeed, of the two world maiks Minneapolis ...,.. 10 24 Little Rocks Ark., and classes which have been started was r
hofiie in the by William Wickers, ,whojwjis<<
for fuel oil. cave. t made at Long Key last winter one New Orleans ._. 58 76 Huron S. D., 30.10 inches. Mod- by the social seAice department SHOE SALE!
j diving from the U. S. Engineer'sLaunch
After taking a full supply the I was made by a member of the New York .__ 38 54 erate to heavy rains have occurred of the Key West Administration.This '
Biscayne. It
vessel continued her voyage to' Fishing Club while the other was Pensaoola _...._. 56 68 during the last 24 hours in New was announced by Miss Nina I was hauled to I .' I
the surface by the Tender Ivy and
Hay town, Texas. ,I I FjLYFORT t set by a youthful non-member. Pittsburgh .,.-..- 32 50 England and there have been II G. Ryder, director of the depart I shows that not only had it parted All styles) 'of LADIES SHOES .
The club is composed of angling St. Louis _>... 32 42 light rains on the Texas coast ment.

I experts and enthusiasts: jrfio com Salt Lake City ..' 36 54 and in portions of the' Pacific The work shop has been arranged -I ch at the vessel but also at. the.'aa.' some worth $100$(.00&:$5.0ej'I
THE LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF JEFFERSON 60 Mile. pete for prizes.. Two tSmp records San Francisco _46t.. 56 States, and rairt'or snow in the in one of the rooms on the or. v *
I The chain is OI1..tOOll&l-
West in 16-Pauencer Seaplane not world marks were also Seattle _.___-,3j5 i I. '. 40 northern and extreme east Lake |I ground floor of the administration now ALL ONE PRICE
dock and the anchor is still
Woman's ROUND TRIP $10.00 set I last year by persons with little Tampa ._._....__ 58. ,r,. 70 region. .Temperatures have fallenin building and is open each lory ;

ClubI Leave Saturday 11 a. m. angling expericence. Washington! ...... 44 58 the upper Mississippi and Ohio .day from 8:30 a. In. to 4 p. m. being the sought Launch with Biscayne.DANCE the assistanceof $1.49 pair

I I 2:30 m. Williston 8 26 Valleys, the Lake region and Those in charge of operations
is sponsoring' a membershipdrive. Return Saturday p.
ROASTING CHICKENS Tennessee with readings below are anxious to increase the
All memberships taken See Key Wet from the Air i number REMEMBER, Doers Ope at 8:30
WEATHER FORECASTTill zero in northern Minnesota. Temperatures of persons in the classes until]
out during the month of Flights Sunday 1 p. m-- 4to5lbs..5 are generally above |all in the city who have talent for'' :

January may he had for only Per Passenger $2.50 -. ( 8 p. m., Saturday), normal this morning throughout (the work are studying some kind The Store of Fashion

$1.00 After for the running year. Reservations for Future Fort FRYERS 2 to 2% Ibs. Key West and Vicinity: Fair the country, except in northern of handicraft work, it is said. j Tonight From 9 Till 7

of 25c January the former rate Jefferson Trips Being Re- I Dressed and Draw tonight and Saturday: not much Minnesota and southeastern Flor It is,expected some of the students CUBAN CLUBBob Gtj's Leading l Ladies' StoreL
a month will into
effect. go : ceived Now. Fulford Has Them change in temperature; gentle to ida. may be trained to be able Pinoer and Hi Orchestra APPELROUTH

II For Information Call 620 I I I moderate northerly winds. C. S. KENNEDY I'to carry on the courses of instruc-I Geattt SOc Ladle Free

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or.hi rf. [4Ucg( ." l WHITE HOUSE TREESIn gist of a statement made_ by a'! ....... : ...... Ky., author of "Mrs.: Wiggs of the
1 i KEY WEST IN I heavy investor on the keys, who I Today's;; .I Today's Birthdays Cabbage Patch" born at Shelby--
!1ut.IJ t;Daily kaa>pt und y By the White House in was in Kt'y'st yesterday The!! ,. ,I yille, Ky., 65 years .ago.
Tin. : cmzi\ |-('ULIlUI\G: co, ic.L. grounds \VaSh-1 DAYS GONE lack of road facilities, he said, ; .e..e.e.e.eeea..e.. .o.1
. BY t
P. AUTMAX. pr "' ':' t.'
ington are a number of trees ,j kept. many persons interested in j jI Joseph B. Keenan of Ohio, assistant -j born
From The Citizen buUtllrig 'I 'i i Eva Le Gallienne, actress<<,
Corner Greene and Ann 'rn an former presidents and their wives, some"of : Happening' Here Just 10 Years i I! that section from going there. ;: attorney-general in charge I: in England: 3C years'ago.I .
Af o Today A* Taken FromThe i 1 not'I 1757 Alexander Hamilton,:, of stamping out crime, born at'
Editorial Comment
It has
.-..() Dally Neur.j''fer in Key We.t and Monroe have interesting histories, the oldest !I Files Of The Citizen (I occurred to aide-de-camp to Washington, bril- Pawtucket, R. I., 47 years ago. j
I II I perhaps some peoplewho i I Charles S. ("Casey"! ) Jones, of
County. being an elm planted by PresidentJohn .!I i. have been receiving a lot of liant New York lawyer, one of the !,[, New York aviator and aviation
ntered at Key V at;Florida. second class matter Quincy Adams. I, Within the next few days Superintendent old bills on January 1 that the framers of the Constitution, first I Chief Justice Ernest S. Gantt teacher-manufacturer born at

KlFTtSIXTHKilt \ W. W. Demeritt of the best way to get rid of this annoyance ; Secretary of the Treasury, born j of :Missouri, born at Centraha, I Ca'tlt'ton't.! ., 41 years ago.
There are some elms planted by 1 j lighthouse department will have is by paying them. in,the West Indies. Died, .as result : Mo.. CS! years ag.o I
airtkr ,>C the irr.elaled I're.r work started on the first of five. of duel with Burr, July 12, 1804.1 I i a I -
.. Associated 1'1'''.* .. xclumvely entitled to use Presidents Rutherford B. Hayes and I
1 The All
Americans, decidedly I James P. Alley of Memphis!,
.r rcpt bilcatlun of all uews' dispatches credited te :wrought! iron structures which I Dr. Olaf M. Norlie of Iowa ndNew ,
It or nut otherwise credited In. this paper and alln.! I Woodrow Wilson; a sweet gum by Presi- will be built in Key West harbor engthened in* seVeral positions, 1785;;-((150 ) William York City, celebrated Lutheran ;!!Tenn.: (cartoonist born in Arkan.jsas -
the local news pi"blirhed here.StlhCltll'T1ON 1 played gilt edged baseball for five years ago 50
; dent Benjamin Harrison oaks I and its approaches. Each structure \\'. Scaton, journalist-publisher; of I I I professor, psychologist statistician i 1i i years ago.
by Presidents innings yesterday In their contest
w-ne Year _____ ............._.....__._RATES____110.00 will |ht' fitted with an automatic against the Regulars. Then they the "National Intelligencer," and author born at Sioux r i iI I -
MX Months __,_. '.01 WiBiam McKinley\ and Theodore acetylene gas light. The Washington. I). C. from 1812 to I j I City la., 59! years ago. ;'i; Leonard K. Nicholson of New

tine Ihrce Month'Month_.:::: .. =- = = 2 Bt SO Roosevelt,'a beech d>y President Roosevelt light will be governed by a sun went up in back a balloon to earth end the] beforethey Regulars lRr.O. born in King William Co., I l|I I'Orleans i newspaper publisher born
VeeVly ?. _?.::.=:::=:::::::== -.. :2e valve which causes the light to came Va. Divd June Ifi, IXfifi. :J 1 Dr. Alice Paul of Moorestown.I, thel'S.s years ago.
4 Japanese cherry by Mrs. Taft, magnolia come on aa darkness shrouds the had squared the base! seven _____ I i 1: N. J., feminist. born there, 50 i! -
AU\'I'UTIoI\U: : HATIS times and later on added l two morechalk
earth, and goes out wit! the coming I I|I years ago. Thomas Dixon YorkjCity.
of New
Made known aimluatlon.M'Kt
f on b"y :Mrs. Harding, and a birch by Mrs.; I of The structures marks to the score whichended 1815--John A. Macdonald. Canj'j
day. fully
the with of !J adian statesman and first Prime I] I novelist-playwrigbt.. born at
i game a score
All reading notlct-n,- arils of thank. resolution ef Coolidge. j equipped: will cost $/ .OOO each. i Alice Megan Rice of Louis\ile. Shelby. N. C.. 71
n ppect. t bituary aotice. ttc. will be charged for at I I Itn .1.i :Minister of the Dominion of Canada years ago.
:.L.4 rate of 10 cents a line. i! .
Among all born in Scotland. Died in
trees the, one with - ------- -
Nwtlc's for entertainments by churches from whlcfcrevenue Key:,.ey Russell was! arrested 1------
I Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. the most yesterday 'i I i This is one of the pioveibial'perfect Ottawa, June 0, 1891.
interesting origin i is the Roosevelt by United States'Mar&hal 1I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
The Citizen Is an opt-n forum and invites dlscus01 days. .\ gentle breeze is i I I
." of public issuts and subjects of local or generaliitrf oak. It Andrew
from Lopez on a warrant .
grew an acorn of an oak in the inland. There i is THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Yt Lut It will not publish Anonymous communl* |passing: over i not-i
( 1824 Robert: 0. Doremus.
him with violationof -
.. charging
ill .. the grounds of the palace of net a cloud to mar the azure canopy '
the former !1 OF KEY WEST
_. _. the U. S. immigration laws. The tlIew York City chemist and inventor j
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Czar of Russia in St. Petersburg, which warant was issued in Miami. The above us and here in Key Loin there. Died March 22, J JTJOfi. i a* at thS close of business December 31Comptroller' 1934.
Wc-ft the thermometer loading is
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST had grown from an acorn of an oak which prisoner'; was placed under bond of 72. I Call
$2.500() pending hearing of theca i RESOURCESLoans
ADVOCATED BY THE CItiZEN stood Washington's original tomb at -

Mount' Vernon. The acorn from Mount I I I e. Two new f branches of !'t, .ly are'' 1825-L'ayard: Taylor) celebrat-1:!I Overdrafts and Investments...,...:. ..".... $ 305,639,43 71.61
II I to bo added] to the curiiculum of cd! writer of his day, born in Chest- Banking House, Furniture
1. Water and Sewerage. Vernon was sent to the Czar by Senator The Throe Way Committee, Le_ the Monroe County High School. cr Co., I'a. Died I Dec. 10.! 1878. I and Fixtures . _....... 33082.33
2. 1'ridges: to complete Road to Main- Charles Sumner of Massachusetts.; I I side- enumerating golf and other Home (economics end typewriting ) i Conds of States and Possessions -'
attractions for the tourist will l lI announcement :
and stonographx. This of the United
l I William James
land. Many changes have been made in and I I paiticulaily stress the incomparable was made today bv. Melvin' l'aniecl 1842-: professor, of phil-- '' States .... ............ < 139.370.68
about the White House fishing to be found! ,lie | :Other Bonds and Securities 74,04.03
3. Free Port. . .. since it was first game in Rus>ell superintendent' off| pul! o:=OI)1tv. hOlD in' New Yoik. Died Stock
of the Federal Re-
!; these waters. This will I be of
one Clarence II. '
instruction and
4. Hotels and Apartments. occupied by President Adams in 1800. Acg. 2rt. lit 10. Bank .. . . '
serve 6000.00
flV.r: . the main articles{ !in the advertising Pierce. Millard I Gibson and! ,''t6s-<< .. .1. *' ":
The house itself has -- :: Deposit ,.te*it.
1'eppDtary-Yederal -
.1' :
5. Bathing .Pavilion.*, i*. \ LI---. .1..q1. < l undergone much remodeling being prepared by lanlo) Lopez, members of"the .187 :IKvijrhrW: Morrow, ,J'.; ': .'. Insurance fund **... i-$84.or. :('
6. Aquarium. and the grounds have been im-" the c committee which is to 1 be dis.Inbuted school board. .. "United. ::' Staten' Govern"f :-,I,>*J X>X >Ki
; ambaaFadM" *
J. P. Morgan T*
( partner -
7. Airports -Land'and-S: a:.. 'I. proved and beautified in many ways', I|t throughout the state.; to 'llexico, U. S. Senator .'.:,'1Ye>?Obligations U- ._. ',.*.: 1" < ' ;. "
: j Other illustrated stones coveringthe A little 't:1ughter'fhhing"!: eight i!;} rect and fully guar- /Sh, 'V '; . '.':V
8. Consolidation of County,, and..City._t i among/(- it' which the tree planting.. ,referred.,. to I I I many other attractive featuresof pounds was born Saturday; i,':,orn- froM'New Jersey. born at Huntington aateed Z-........,....-...r-..$832.744.73r.; .,. ".*,!.

Governments. .1h R I''. ,,' I ,j ihals:d .bepn" an' important feature. .. the city and its surroundings, ing. January 10, to Dr. and Mrs.E. . W. Va, -Died Oct. 5, : <' Cash and due from, J5ank5! , 4a5.l68.97j; *. tl{ 1$27,91370.
In fjfct, the home of our;presidentswas will be contained in the booklet. C. Lowe. The !baby has been ;i igiven i ii BENJAMIN LOPEZ r :' $1,888,135.79LIABILITIES '

not known as the White House: in the If real estate investors could the name of Dorothy. i I FUNERAL ,H.OMEEataMi.he .

beginning because it I I Capital ...._._.._...,...._....... .....__....._$ 100.000.00
built drive down !
of to there 1 49 Years
was Cape Sable Mr. and) Mrs. Edward A. Strunk.Jr. .
I Surplus and Undivided Profits .___................. 55,007.42
sandstone. It was only painted white I would be a boom in that section ., announced' the birth.of alloy I Key West's Oldest Circulation __?......___._..._._._.._........... 100.000.00
after being burned I I which would be comparable to this morning. He has been given 24-Hour Ambulance Service Deposits, ; ..-...-..............--.---....--.._...-...... .228.37
WILL always seek the truth and print it by the British, who I that now assuming large proportions (I II the name of Edward A. Strunk. j I Licensed Embalmer I :::::
without fear and without favor; never be captured Washington during the War of I I at Key Largo. This is the.III. I I Phone. 13S Ninl 69W 11.888.235.79

1812. ..
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afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; I 1-

always fight for progress; never be the or- ,.............::nnm..v.. ........11V 1WLW.,, ::: ... ............................ ..... ... ... aN. ]) :.;!:.rrv.r fOfsM'IRA.Pp' !.Sns WJ,1NMY.:. arR
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, !

faction or cla>: -; always do its utmost for the
There is enough money in Key Westto
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; serve the commercial needs of all our i so Jar as we know tobacco was ::;. ..k. . .. ., .
people. Turned over fast enough and
commend good done by individual or ,
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and passed' from one citizen to the other thereis ji % C use&/ c otf 40O yearn agothe ,..K':

enough to make all our people
opinions; print only news that will elevate

and not contaminate the reader; never com- perous. .
Every time a dollar kisses this : : throwchout what has 'J'.Iri
promise with principle.! community : , years one thing
good-bye it goes to help the pros- ..*.f.. . ,. .
: ''
; . '
',. ,0
: .
perity of other sections. While some of : <":" ,

Animals that are sensitive physicallyare our coin has to go, there are' many occasions ff'gb.\en much niueb satisfaction 1 1i
: : :
;SP so
also sensitive morally, and feel the when the money could stay in Key .e ; ,

friendliness or hostility which surrounds West with equal benefit to the spenderand .

them we are told.Speaking positive profit to the merchants here, .: :

who depend upon the local market for i+ : .. J

or competition between the support.No. 1 \: ;; ;( : / : : 0. J>l- . .J : ;

radio and the pre
name: in print in radio? Don't careabout West. They do not contribute to our ;; < : ': ,.::,.::' :,;; ,' :i: F <

seeing your name in print. Come now, charities, neither do they employ our un- I fi :" :::0 tFt"
that's employed. If the people of this t :
an exploded theory. i, city will) :.... .,. .:'.. : .. .j > .' .: 'xh; '>' : '.>
only make UI their minds to be loyal to ;

The United States might emulate Key West in spending their money it will :.: < rf ; ;J

France in one respect. Premier Flandinhas mean a greater future for us all.

decreed that no more advertisementsbe

broadcast over the air.0 The radio WAR PROFITS CONDEMNED f;: ;
: I
stations are supported by the licensing of -- y.:1':'

the radios.A The recent revelations concerning :

huge profits by certain corporations) dur- : ;
1 1i 1j
ing the war years intensified public de-
politiciancan/:! elected without i

stating% the reasonsrwhy he should gel the- to mand prevent that-some similar measures1-condition in demised fhe: j They came looking for gold _

votes. How
can a businesf! expect to be '"
choicer to succes'-- ;
pie the reasons 'i Jiy':' It snoulu f 1- S ue' 1 t .'Flic public* } f &'anJo/! /obaUy with i . . but they found tobacfo ,;

patronized? "r. t V q f Ei\Utc. that,if some business men can exprofits .. . ,4, '.. 4. ,"oJ .
least ? of as high,,as 800 per cent' ,1.. ,
that there will be an incentive'';to work s) . .and tobacco has been like gold ever since! ,.!.... .
Florida Is the fairest land He ' .fr
in all ( "
world against the interests of peace and to stim- 1 The,tobacco raised in Virginia and exchanged
lack of advertising keeps it ulate national

from being the most prosperous, says a that lead peoples prejudices into conflict.and passions x for goods 1 helped the,struggling colonists to get a

magazine writer. Now who in the world : . __J -,. foothold. when they came to America. I

hasn't heard of Florida? And what brings t.;..:...'. '
RICH AND POOR >. 1 .Later on, it was,tobacco that helped to clothe
the thousands :, '<-
teeming to our shores each
season: ? /:!...::'.::::. and feed Washington's brave army at Valley
(Boston Post) t : ;
; ;
Rich men's sons to Harvard. That :: r'-' ThQ
go is well edits
All lexicographers must agree that known. Some of the wealthiest in the country: : ;, .. ,#_ -' To tobacco that helps-more than pnyDther

the term "sun-drenched" is a misnomer. land there. But do the average people know that r-- commodity raised in this,country-to,pay

Drench connotes thorough wetness, the poor men's sons also go there and make a fine : = = the expense of running our Government.
very opposite of dryness\ and warmth. ,
Anything when have
they graduated? --" "-
1933 34 the Federal
-47 In the fiscal year -
that is steeped in moisture cannot be The report of P.ussell T. Sharpe secretaryfor MIIr" _- '

drenched by the rays of Old Sol. Yet some student employment: in the college is EarlyColonialPlantern e0. :-:- _-. Gorernment collected$425OOQQQO. .from.
very revealing shipped hundreds of . ...'
Florida advertising literature invites the He says that 1,223, or 35 per cent of the pounds of tobacco to fi.- the tax on tobacco. Most( of this came r.

world to come to "our sun-drenched students, earned part or all of their expenses last England in return for from cigarettes-six cents tax on .every I" XT-: .

horn"Jonah year. And it was not a very good year for the goods, and,supplies. package of twenty. .;*.. ..
at that. ,
process . .
The Citizen porter, is. not saying What do these 35 per cent do? Everything I i Yes,,the cigarette helps a lot-and it.certainly "

much these days. Has been in a sort from tending furnaces and washing windows to ,. . ,gives men and women a lot of Pleasure : "!"" +1JAJ. ,
) d
of reminiscent mood looking down the the more select occupations of tutoring which '. S Smokers hate several reasons for liking

vista of years* and contemplating the past. l latter requires a special kind of ability and train- < -
Chesterfields. for one.thing. Chesterfields
He recalled the days when there not ing. But work ,
was they all do, and it is very much to

an automobile in Key West, no paved their credit that they are willing-nay eager, top are milder. For another thingt.they. taste-

streets, no railroad, no Casa Marina, n earn something that shall lighten the burden of' .better. Tliey Satisfy. '

Colonial Hotel, no depression. Contrari those at home.Education. '

wise, he exulted there was plenty work, is a thing that cannot be had for a \I : ...,-1 .t ;' .. : ... : 1.// '" *

plenty money and plenty fun. "Dem good song. But every bit of work that is: put into it r-<""" . . .> '" "t"I.?' '' : '','_.:. .. : -, : ,. . "
old days are !gone for good," he rumi I counts, sooner or later. The 1,223over at .Harvard \ ') / . :'. .j" '
ir.; .jf;:
nated, shaking his tousled! gray head. will find that out some day. .. .
) .lisaa*MTOJ TOUOB Qz ... 4-1. "J k' .
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S McCarthy, 14, 6, 11, 5, 9, 3, ........................1 construction Finance CorporationBin.

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4,0,7,1x.63 Today In H History I .


B> VICTOR BRIDGES Total 100 1805-Michigan-Territory:formed oN ... .... ... ..
SPOR'TS from northeastern part of In.
Valdes lost one point on foul,
yxorss \teholat Trtrh "Hello. I said stupidly "buck one_ on scratch. I
jlf"t, lJu.rear '.4 Moi p V'Bn,a troyeh ready?" I sat up and blinked at al'l _.c- -- .- Sanchez lost one point on I 1861-Va!'sar Female College,
"6 I-.Nt
< "1 UA nserwpIaoss
rasp rkUM. llltf! ...s she *".. testrbcrs "What's the timer* scratch. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., incorporat
t a ti-.,t.!. formula< bell.ii4a I I ed.
her "Jubt gone ten. Dawson said he ,.. foul.
la .1.:4.11'11.
M ilK' Jjfftt.9 -- --- - Ubieta lost one point on
does( not fcnov, > W lortnwta! hat looked in about an hour ago and you ---
_ _ _ _
bees Kick "':'" Jerry ftor- I u Referee, F. Stickney. :Time of 'I 1871-18,000 prisoners taken
were well down to It Thought he'd
danAt ft-it to trh krr fad I it.
Mete 31ri bras'' Mi'a (. Jerry's better let It out. 1 1:00. by Germans in '
you sleep : 75c
fat.t'af.where Q page.ltf'ton) Afc pro'rgi::. aid of Jung Aid.*, I stretched myself and then I CIRCLING'THE CAULIFLOWER{) II BILLIARD GAMES game I War. _Franco-Pruslian'l

ors to aicait tke return of Jury glanced at the knuckles ot my right -
hinaelj I Stickneyand 1886-Beginning of the great I
In the second game,
hand. They were swollen and pain f By OSCAR? PITA PLAYED AT CUBAN Esquinaldo, substituting for I blizzard which raged in'the.. Package of 500 Sheet*

Chapter:i ful."Dawson's a treasure." I said."He Four years ago when Young... by orders of a doctor but never. A. Sanchez had an time defeating Northwest States 1

INTOXICATING! MOMENT: vas splendid last night I suppose i Franks was at the top of his}:i theless l the fan had their own '. CLUB LAST NIGHT easy GOOD \QUALITY BOND
( & Orta and Ortega. 1919 Communist
he's told you all about it?" iI fighting career, the best he was I opinions. *-- uprising in
( STUMDI-ED down the hall, and I
I Jerry shook his head. "I wouldn't I able to do against Young Fernandez -- This game was slow and it went I Berlin collapsed PAPER

deposited ray burden on tie bed go as far as that He's given me your I at that time a new comer, I The; pair .,have J.een.mat hed 20 innings before it was put into
In Jerry's Then: I sat and MCCARTHY AND UBIETA VIC-
down ; 1932 U. S.
note end he's informed me that was to take the count before the several times butor Senate passed Re-
some reason I I :THE
the Final 100 C6. -
Wiped forehead. bag. score, to
my I
I Molly's! in my bed and that that pet ladder had had time to warm up. I I j I or other the bout never vent TORS IN FIRST GAME ,
"I'm sorry I'm so heavy, Nick." -toy of yours is sleeping In the this Franks is I The best run was 12 by Es '
' paoe Today same tunning i I I through. Nebo is now trying to Fish, Birds and'DeerHeads PRESSCitizen
1o11, smiled up at me faintly. "It 6 udy. Looks to me as If I'd missed up into condition for a comebackad bring the pair together, and in a ,STICKNEY AND ESQU1N- I quinaldo and next best was 10 by Mounted: ARTMAN
must be all the good food I've bad (
something. he will make his attempt !!sort of an elimination boxing contest Orta. '
lately. By this time I was properly against Fernandez Boy, what i(!{ will have the two boys fight II Score by innings: Total CECIL Bldg.PHONE .
"You lie quite silll.1 said."If you awake. "Sit down and listen Jerry" '' TAX.IDERM.ISTFine ,
courage! I I I for the junior welterweight cham- Ortega-0, 2, 3, 1,3, 0, 0, I,
feel well enough you can undr,'ss I said. "It's a nice little story and I II 1.5.1 I Work-Reasonable Prices
j i I I I pionship of the city with the largl I 1, 0. 3, 5. 4. I, 2, 0, 3, 0 -- 35 51:
' interested
after you're had some tea. I think you'll be thoroughly championship billiard 319
looked down into her upturned face In addition to making the i Ier l I sum of the purse going to the Orta-0, 1, 1. 0, 0, 3,1,1, 0, 3, 1, Fleming St. Phone 170.W. .
matches for the High School arena I I inner.j tournament got underway last 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 8 ,. 31 Key West, Florida
\ ,
which \ , , 'm :.. .
was almost as white as the pillow He lit a cigaret! and perched him. I .. .........
John Nebo will be seen in one of'i' -- night at the Cuban Club. Total 6GStickney I \. . r' '.... .,
"How did you get that cut on self ou the end of the bed.Iake it I .
your cheek?" I asked. brisk. ." he suggested. "J haven't had the four all-star bouts to be put :j: Another bout that will prove of Before a crowd estimated at -0, 7, 0, 0. 0, 0, 2, 2, 2:1 --- -

"It was Orloff's: ring she whist anything to eat yet" on at the gym January 21. His opponent j I great interest to the fans if put 200, Douglas McCarthy and Min 9,7.1,4,2,1.0.5,1.2,0 I
I will be one pug calling J; on N a Cheta )paker-Young Fer- E uinaldo-O, 0, 1, 4, 1, 12. 0, O.I

;l, by his plea. I plunged himself "Jimmie the Terror" j i f nandez scrap. Sometime back:Fernandez gue Ubieta cued their way to,victory 3, 2, 6, 1, 3, 0, 0, 6, 1, 4, 4, f
.'f lOVED
.. M a hasty recital of our ad -- 'I I won a well earned decision in professional btyle. 7 .............__...._....................... 55 I HOTEL: LEAMINGTON)
venture. One incident which was Tie Traynor, a fighting ball-!!over the 'Baker lad but Cheta says M. Sanchez and Valdes, the los,

1 ':". 1 l J.. 7."\. ..t : quite obviously Irrelevant. I omitted player of 1931 is another one of j[i it will never happen again. There's ers, also plated well. 100 1 F: "MIAMI'S MOST, .POPULAR.HOTEL" o.

.! . altogether but, for the rest I gave those old timers who will attempt'I'I plenty of room for good; scraps, Sanchez ran twelve balls three Ortega lost one (point on a !
if' I-. '. ,. ..)"; ;. I a comeback. Traynor, still young!I Mr..Promoter r if that is what you I different times. McCarthy, with scratch. i iI t:. NE ht Street at Biaea,.. -BoulercrdOreilooking .

'; wry and full of will make his ![are 14, had the highest of the Orta lost
)s peP. try L looking for. run one point on a scratch. ]I. Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay
against YoungjCastellano\ who al-i:I night, with 12 innings plajed. J I Referee M. Ubieta. Time of : Opposite;- Union Bu Station

So proves tp 1 he? an old veteran.i'' We are hoping the opening box- Score by innings: Total I II. 1 i game: '1:15.Standing. I I I

Four years ago the fans were crav-,, ing show of January 21, goes ON M. Sanchez-0, 1, 2, 2, 12 5. 2. '' of players: LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED :

ing for the match. Wonder how'|! in a big way, because if it does, 1. 2, 12, 1, 1, 9 ....m........... 50 Team- W. L. Pct.Ubieta .1 .

they will take it now after four: ,we are ipiiig to see some pretty Valdes-0, 0, 1, 11, 0. 2, 0, 0, 5, 'I -lcCarthy ...... 1 0 1.000 : : Single Room with Bath .-......-...................-...... $1.50
years have passed? { good scraps here this season. Some 4,11x ................................ 34 Stickney-Esquinaldo 1 0 1.000 i
I II: Double Room with Bath ...........__.._............. 2.00
A ?'k I ('\0.-- I of Miami best little scrappers I Sanchez-Valde .m.... 0 1 .000 I .

I A boxing contest that the fans I, are to be brought here for action Total 84Ubieta Orta-Ortega ............. 01 .000 : ALFRED SIMONS, Manager.IRELIABLE :
will approve of without a doubt is j I it is said.Although -6, 0, 0. Ir4. GI., 0, 8, 2,

I a return engagement between 1,5 ......................._.n.......... 37 Subscribe for The Citizen. 'I:1 ...........................o.. .... ................
I Young Figueredo and Willie Jack. I I th;card: for the opening -- -
-- --
son. Several months ago; when 1,, night has not been officially

the pair met in the gym's ring the I E announced as yet, the Emory r II.II I I.lI.lI.4TI4. 'I.4T IC.. I.4

bout ended in such a way that the i I Blackwell-Duke Warren affair

fans left the arena with a shadow J has the cash customers' tongues ,

of doubt. The Spanish lad was wagging wherever the subjectis I''

?. 'w apparently taking a good lacing) brought up. In the ten or fjfteen
n ae t tI tr at the opening gong and before j scraps that Blackwell has been I '

the round had finished the Fig. ': seen in against some of the best' FIRMS !

ueredo boy complained of a sprained little boys in town, the high school .. I f

ankle. The contest was stopped ]f lad has yet to lose< a decision. i

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I stumbled down the hall with my burden. ,

pcr d. "I teas! ttcrid! enough to try him a brief and faithful report of LOOP ........o..a..e..s ,, FLANK, _FLOWERS- :: DELICIOUS : BETHEL'S :: SWEETCLOVER

and: struSLle when they were tying''(I everything that had happened so I VINES ,,.( . .fMr.W : SERVICE STATION : .
me down. far at least I able to call it FOR SALE ..CONDENSEDMILK
as was .
There, was a sound outside, and to mind. When I had finished lie sat CAUSES'REARRA .f : : . ,. .
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THIS PRINTING-Quality Printing'.at Cocoanut Plants, each ale ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
looking thnnt g'I the doorway I saw I paring!: at mo in a kind of rueful ei-! 1' CARS WASHED
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the Prices!! The Artman '
Lowest Hibiscus Plants each 10c-25c : : NEIGHBORHOOD
Dawson ceiling davit a tray on the lence. MENT OF SCHEDULE; CIRCUIT ' Press. ?' : CARS POLISHED STORE
ball table. "Blast (it!" he observed. "The fun aug Bougainvillea, Red or Pur- '
"It's i'uie n&dy.; sir" he COMPOSED OF THREE, . : Same quality and weight as
annourcitl. always starts directly I go away. TYPEWRITING PAPER $00; ., pie . SOc to..$1. 00 0 sr : TOP SERVICE E other higher !\
"I have brought the: w:ky priced condensed.
; He got and, pacing the '
I up OTHER CLUBS I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press Poinsettia Plants, SOc to ,$1.00 : BATTERY: : SERVICE| milk "' .
as well, in case you would prefer one tossed the stump of his cigaret into :
>'curs It." I the fireplace. "Was Molly hurt at aug? t. Crotons, each _!- 25e .* GULF. .SERV!CE WITH A h:
I BY- '
1 get up. end making my way to oil?" he demanded. I Turks Cap, each 2.5c' :: .SMIf.Ef.! . ,

nrcro !he \an sUEilinjr. poured out a I Nothing really serious. She'd got The Pirates have decided to !.!i''P cards PERSONAL$1.25.CARDS-The 100 Artman printed I'', Roses! dozen, ... .$.1.20 : Our )Readyto-Serve Cakes yi _'0 : TRUJILLO BROTHERS \
II come City j I and Pastries are always fresh'U
bedroom. 'to'lg. who was lyJiiR; In and there's a nasty cut just below 'i Press. aug? .G1VE.US ATRIALVHOLESALE\ RQCJDV

the Fame \I... -:t'r! unopened her eyes her eye, which she told me Orloff Baseball League, which calls for ,a I i ."_ ,South Florida... Nursery 'J Maloney & 'Peacock :Cor. Fleming and Crinoell.. Sb.. : .. t.
us I appron1i t!. I II did with his ring. new schdeule being adopted. The .,, Phone 597. "Catherine St.: PHONE 818 .: 'PHONE*91 : .Division! ,anti Thomas Streets ,

"You've Rot:; to (,rink tbh l lke; a Jerry swore softly.NThe dirtytojnd new schedule gives each team six I.I ,
I CASH PAID for used furniture. ........... ............
good girl) I saM: "and then I'm ROILS I I When I get my hands on him games at home and six games as!i ia 1013 Southard street. 'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeee eeeeeeee. .......'....o.,.............. 1
to leave yod.Yhat want Is'' SELECT SEA fOODS : :
you I'll break his neck.
a' long skr.:p.: It's no use trying to Td arranged to do that," I said. visiting club. j I ,decl7lmoxFOR I',.' .... : .PLU.M'B.I! 1 N G : : HAPPY DAYS. HERE jj
All tie contests or rained out, Jewfish, 2 ._. 35c I INSURANCEft .
talk things (t\fr now: you ran tell! \\ c shall have to toss for It." RENT ., We O
me all u" out i* tomorrow 1lI0rnn: <;." 'Fancy their hating the nerve to games will be played at the end I ,... Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibs. 35e : n> .. .. -. : ,,

"Just as you hk.\ Nick." stage a nmp like that!" he mute of the season if needed. The firstgame ROOMS AND APARTMENTS: ,, Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c .
I bcliK'l her tl;, Into a Bitting position : !I itrre I 'l. "This confounded Invention will 1:30 j!I 1013 Southard street Grouper, 2 Ibs. 25e J DURO PUMPS Office: 319TELEPHONE,9gtal.Street : !
always start at ,
and purported her with my must ba worth a pot of money or 1 I dec22-lmox Snapper, 2-Jb: *- %5c. : :
arm while slip ripped[ slowly at the I I they: never have taken the risk. o'clock sharp. If a team is not on I J.[SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW. \ :Button Fi.L,2.Jb., 2Sc:: .PLUMBING SUPPLIES : '

tea. When oho hid finished it r'lc! 1:" paused. "I wonder what the exact the grounds it will forfeit the *\ All modern conveniences. ..: SALTED ,MULLET ROE '. : NO.1 r : t ,
sank back csa.a: with a contented ida was." game. ,\ IThe I Bathing and fishing at jour .. .
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sigh > I l.arle.S.lect,07 step . . .,
"r rettr obvious! I. returned.TUy \ \ '1 1 e"s". be.lei llo.s. with back door. Frank Johnson, > Your'Meal '
"That was' lovely; I feel i nji'fh 1 "' nveanMo kecp\liet: Ix-tter now: I tare: until w'e agreed to let them have home" and.Je': seond"am 1 '1 i. '
T tf'FQR.
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"You'11"b,? as rl;:ht a '.rain in the the f(: mla, We. ,,suoul probably ('ountt'dt (Ih "''4'jutMg'ftlut';: : "1 Kin i ,fish Mackerel _UWlJ IADIl .i PORTERALLENCOMPANY ( i, Delmonico., .RestaurantBadweiier .

morning. fvNs' I ;vase:)Sluggers -stQry.furnished JJ .FREE-PROMPT; ,DELIVERY. ". : : : ,.,' lie s
"Jerry will probably be back Ly the threatening to cut her throat That "' ... i + *- i
time jcu're awake, and then we'llhate sort of thing would be right up DiI I ; Pirates,v$j.';Star, t: (home; three bedrooms, two ,_ 't A : .'j l, t: Six;! Coarte Dinner, ....,_j ..'
Jan. 20-Sluggers vs!.? Pirates;; ,;'baths. Apply 817 Fleming J.OWE' .1SH MP NY ;
a regular board meeting: and mitn's street. -. in1" \ -----.---- 60e. 75c, and SSeeeeeeeeeeeee.
Stars La Tropicals.Jan. . f: street. janlO-12tx isi' 328 S : -- - .i
decIde what's beat ti he""one..I11ent .. "JljM ,Molly told you ,what they vs. : JpfOifE 9N.T9..5.T.

down over her. "Good nlghtMolly actually said*" 27-Pirates vs."La :"Trop . AUTO '' '.'"''' ..-.s.. -....".:._........:........-....... '._.-...''...It,.......-..............-.....',:....'..... *
deer" I "I didn't try to question her; she II icals; Stars vs. Sluggers.Feb. Our : : see. a s. 'szsReputationls :

With a sleepy movement she slid was all in. I thought the soundest 3-Stars vs. Pirates; Sluggers CARS WASHED POLISHED .- '/ h Wrap. . .AARON. 'UcCtnNNELL" IT WILL SURPRISE ,YOU Attention Ho".eWl.ves'Ped !'
her arm round my neck. "Good i plan was to get her straight to bed I vs. La Tropical I in ,every package "KU.. laming Street -- .
Painted and Greased.No.. 3 : ... :
i.isht.! Nick I haven't half thanked, and walt till she'd had a good night's Feb. 10-La Tropicals! vs. Stars; I .t ..: ,: To see the PRETTY GIFTS : iWe >

]'(,U. but-but 1 will tomorrow' rest. Pirates vs. Sluggers.Feb. I Fire Station. decl7-lmo of : U'I', ': and NOVELTIES at : are now offering 3 ,

lor soft lips met mine, and for: lIe nodded. "Quite Intelligent for 17-La Tropicals vs. Pirates ,- .
an intoxicating moment nothing you N'lck. In fact . ." ; Sluggers vs. Star INSTRUCTION I :: . .n. i : THOMPSON'S ,FREE == grades of

ct..e In the world seemed to bo of the' There was a tap at the door and Feb. 24-La Tropicals vs. Slug ,I' 11).R.T1-' ":.t b MARINE MUSEUM
PIANO Modern methods Thor '
slightest Imnortance. Then some- Dawson appeared on the threshold. gers; Pirates vs. Stars. ough instruction. Reasonable'' : #Doe !. : . ': AMERICAN COFFEE ta:

Low or other I managed to regain' "Beg pardon, sir.but Miss O'Brien March 3-Sluggers vs. Pirates; I rates. Chas. Roberts Studio ,DONEBY. US :: la \ : 324 Margaret Street :
lIlY sanity. has Just rung her bell. I told her you '. Things that friends will.
Stars your :t
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vs. Tropicals.!
"Go to sleep at orce- raid, a lit. were back and that you and Mr. I March 10-Stars vs. Sluggers;I 613 Margaret Street.janlO11.1214lG1821x. -THEARTMAN;-- : WATCHM. AISER/ JEW. , appreciate.. Come' in t- ..:
tie unsteadily. "If you don't you Trench would be having breakfastin I them .
Pirates La ,
atran't have any breakfast." a few minutes. She says she Is vs Tropicals. AND ENGRAVER ': : 2Sc 20c and 15c Ib. .
And with that I left her.IWOKK feeling! better, sir. and will Join yon March 17-Stars vs. Pirates; I''FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES : PRESS :: See.Rim ForYour' Next Work': Your next Lobster Crab Dinner : -

in the dining room" Sluggers vs. La Tropicals. - .".. .- ....' : will be much more delicious!
with a start to find Jerry "That's fine." said Jerry. He March 24-La Tropicals vs.i SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT; or'''. Citizen ..:. ALL .PRICES. .REDUCED. :.if it is baked and served in our .. STAR COFFEE MILLS

I standing by my bedside. He had: turned to me. "While you're shaving Stars; Pirates and Sluggers. j married women.: $15 wt>eklyi'' -.-- ...BIdg.PHONE.... .Hoim j9 to ,12-1 to J0 Giant Scallop or Heart Sea '

apparently drawn up tho blind, for and dressing.! I'll push along and March 31-La Tropicals vs. Pirates -|I and your-own dresses FREE ,'" 51 ..: Open Saturday Nights! .:Shells' .:: :512,Greene St Phone 256

in have that with Jimmy." ; Sluggers vs.! Stars. j representing nationally ,known ,. ..................... .
through j ..
tile sun was streaming i .......................
the open window. and from outside Copyright] ItSl I. Pen PuMuAfoff Co.) Fashion Frocks. No canvassing. t. 1 . c' a s 41 i .....,,_........_. ... <
came the hooting of cars and the I I I No investment. Send dress size. DINE AT THE : .5
thrill whistle! of a tug a Molly's Different Story.Uifht. .Tomorrow on Matter, Put DIAMONDBALLTONIGHT I Fashion Frocks. Dept ,S-1580, : -READ- : J JITOHARD>> : ER E'mE: POPULAR"PLAZA

I II I Cincinnati, OhiOj.: janll-Hx_ ,, RESTAURANT iWE.| KEY WEST i .i fDESSERTpyalPalnJce
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ALL STARS WIN eeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's I -- I' I f you are accustomed to : : .: Cream '
II Horoscopeeeeeeeeeeeee CLOTHING SALESMEN-Local 1 51AK}{
I dining at home, you will find* : Dignified, SympatheticCoortety : And Novelties :
. I The second scheduled game of, protected territory available for :
IN diamondball in the Senior League I representative to sell Golden THE PLAZA novel and enjoyable : ': BARBECUES of all kinds WToated
J Today favors the development ; will take place tonight at Bayview Rule Nash clothes. '1935 sampleline .. eiperience. 'iSuDSCTlpt'lOn $2 Per Year. .
t of a guide or teacher, not necesarily I Park beginning at 7:30 o'clock,I of newest fabrics now ready. ,, J , EHBALKERucl.... ; ,S Saadwicae S
In a fat game of basketba!;l' t- in a school but one who between Lopez and Busy Bee. including special' li'.le'of trop ,., BREAKFAST. !Key'I Only' Sunday LICENSED. "

the All Star?, composed cf former road to knowledge. Wednesday night which was the ranges meet every pocket book. Ambalaac Serric* '

stars of the Il-gh! School, defeated 'I first of the series was rained Complete equipment free to accept SUPPER : Business Office CitizenBuilding ': .: ',atUt'S BARBECUE

the High School Conchs of 35 left to play and the High School out. and will be played at a later applicants.' .$. ,Field Manager ,. .. '. LADY ATTENDANT .. '.r. ,, '...

by the wore of 30 to 27. leading 27-26. the Stars put on a date.This : will be 'In this territory ,, PLAZA RESTAURANT : :: : WUto at.Newtoa Street, .S

The game wa very exciting! ) fast rally with field goals by contest is between the soon" For interview' 'a'ddms'' 505 Dnval Street : PHONE 51 <:PL a. U8 Never SJ..p : C.rb Serric
throughout. At the half the score' Gates and Bethel which put the Adams Dairy and Lopez Funeral. I Box N, Key West Citize'n.janlMtx. .. .
read 1212. With three minutes]I game on ice. Home. j I .
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APPELROUTH{ to I COSTLY THEFTST. BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING Federal Office of Education estimates
1 Traveling Around America WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. I the total number of echool-
SOCIETY I LOUIS.-George Claytonof PHONE 152-M. dec20 I goers in the United States this
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HAVE SHOE SALE this city drew a $50 fine for year at 32,500,000.

stealing a package of cigarettes. c6.cb
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress 666 COLDSFEVER

'PHONE 752JMiss Undoubtedly some of the best and

.................................................. shoe buys of the season will be MARRIED THREE TIMES LEWINSKY'SMen's
x found tomorrow morning at The,
Cornelia Warren And William Store l\IOSCOW.-Sonia Granisken of I.iqsii .Tablets! lint clay
of Fashion where a special .
this city, 15 years old, has been salve f( HEADACHES I
shoe sale will be held.
Arnold Married In Early Morning married three times. in 30 ii.ute Shop
The sale will be held \.in Older I
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to. make room for new STOCKTAKING
The marriage of Miss Cornelia I I The ceremony was private and fyb' ; Yld{:+pagr. spring shoes r Elizabeth Warren, daughter of attended only by the immediate 2: /R CJ3y %i rv I''lrl I
Councilman and :Mrs. Leo Warren family, of the bride and groom. +'4 ve the early part of SPECIAL SPECIAL,
week' I
to William M. Arnold, son of The church was tastefully dec- l ii3f,7S next Buy Now!! Finest Quality Men i
Mrs. M. Arnold of United street orated with potted plants. and AT THE-
took place at a sunrise ceremony tropical blooms. MANYBUYERSAT Wear at )

this morning at the First Meth- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold left over ; CENTRAL MEAT MARKET II Rock Bottom Prices
odist Church of Key West' \rrth, the 'highway this morning for a ;
the Reverend George S. Summers I honeymoon in Miami, and on their 9m y on jas. HUB STORE SALEA WE ARE NOW HANDLING ,

officiating. return will be at home in their' Armour's Star Heavy Western Prime Steer Meat I COMPARE '
The bride wore a Ilussian: tunic new quarters on Avenue E. .. American Cuts I
traveling outfit with brown accessories MVs. Arnold is vicepresidentof crowd of Key West.Bargain Only

and a corsage of pink the Junior Woman's Club of seekers were waiting at th ie':doors 805 Fleming Street Phone 20 i Men's Fine Worsted
rosebuds, and her bridesmaid: Key West and a graduate of the: u of The Hub Store this'morning FREE DELIVERY

Miss Florrie Ketchings, was at- Convent of :Mary Immaculatehere LAY .when the store opened up t t& take I SUITS. . $$14.50
tired in and carried attractive and Mr. Arnold attended
green an a" i iTillS advantage of the remarkable
GATEWAY OF MYSTERY specials ...,
corsage of red rosebuds.E. i the Key West High School and I offered in the January.Clear. Doable or single breasted, all new
H. Gato acted as best man for the University of Florida at sculptured gateway Is a In the present-day village of Tla- i ance Sale. .. fall Patterns
of one of the oldest civilizations huanaco and the beautiful lake near
Mr. Arnold. Gainesville. I
of all time-constructed bya which they are located have a strong I William Mendell, manager of STEAMSHIP Co.
-- -- appeal for travelers visiting Bolivia the store, is well pleased with the P &
race whose origin Is still shroudedIn 0
..... . ..... mystery It Is one of the most Impressive on the weekly cruises from New results obtained from the full page UNITED STATES FAST Griffon Finest
York to South America's West advertisement which appeared. in MAIL ROUTES FOR
\ ruins In a prehistoric group Quality Worsted
I PERSONAL MENTIONRosa Coast. Huge blocks carved from The Citizen yesterday.
by many archeologists I
................................................. to be the most remarkable In the sandstone and andesite-one weigh. Effective April 27. 1933 INDIES SUITS $19.75
Ing 170 tons and several measuring .
C. Sawyer. Jr., left yes I :Eugene Papy was art'' arrival ',New World-found near Tlahuan- forty feet In height-are scattered SPECIALOFFERS ,fl) Leave,Key" ,Vtfeit' for Havana.( jjfesdays, and Fridays,12:20
I 'aeo at the'south end of Lake Tltlcaca i' I. lit. In Grays, Browns andMiiturei,
terdoy for Miami\ for short fromTIJEam i for- visit throughout the region presenting '
a stay
ye"sfFrday: a Bolivia.! Leave Satard'aya'u
In The gate Is ten feet high 4I Havana for Key West Wednesday and Regular Shorts
unlike .
vdl else in or
on ''business. !: jvith relat1.ves.V '"yet cut from' 'block of anything |U:00 A.'ll. u.IJI"' r) \afc !
was :; tegl j
,South America.There also stone ATKANTOR&ti; !
H'.J I ,; : I Jf.'JA( y42fCJ.u 2'11 '(; rock. Its top.*BOjr broken)Is adorned figures caned to represent human } 4' ,l avet' Key( ,.West lor Port {fkmla T"*. Wcileidays*r and,.'Satur-.
Mrs. John Albury ond children, 1 J 1 Joe Peafmajv| Y'J A? as on '. with delicate c&ryjngs w'blch'are the beings fish and animals, among . a'a i 6:30: P. M. Young 'JKSri's)Jiigh i
whatiWittv4ting: { 'S+''J F11dt brief bufcuiess vTsil to'Miami' re wonder of archeologlsla. *' which the puma. large four-footed ; Kantor's"lnfe. eeni'" ,:,; icketa.., ,...Mitioas and Information at Ticket Off!c...-I'\',. 'j .
with.relatives, left ye.terday.aflernoon M Just what type of settlement was animal and the condor, king of all : d' Deck. 'Paone 71 or Refellr< WkistTrdusers
}urnednr.TCW'q J..llcu I store, has a number of inv rltdrj JI.J; J Ml I l I : ''J J1CD6TAR.. A t. .
located'at Tlahaanaco g
for the home at Planta-, -religious flying birds seem to be the most .: 9 I P
tion. 1 center, royal fortress, or city-Is popular. The Indians believed that specials in hIs /regular weekly advertisement . .. . / t $$2.95
W. A". Voui, <(gT'orrhitce'V3; Landing , still a matter of conjecture. Its these Images once lived and that today that should interest ", ."--- rC1.l.4T..II'IIIIIIIIIIII.IIt .
Pa., arrived yesterday for his I strange ruins, however together Tlahuanaco was the dwelling placeof I everyman and young man Regular $4.00 Quality
Mrs. Ley, wife of Lovick Ley,I annual winter vacation in Key with the_primitive, be.seen_ .. ..the Creator, of_the Universe. i'in the community. '/ t
purser of the I*. and O. S. S. Com- West. ,, These specials are on high qual-,
pany, left yesterday afternoon to ---- -" ity men's suits and other wearing One Big Lot W. L.
visit with MX.\ Ley who is attachedto Mrs. Allan B. Cleare, Sr., who Is This Too Good j I MANY-BARGAINS .I a ppar l. I I Iw Douglas I
the Steamship Florida plying,
was spending a days wjth OLD PAPERS
between Miami\ and Havana. relatives in Miami, returned yesterday For Your Cough? Subscribe to The Citizen. .

I morning.E. Creomulsion may be a better AT LEWINSKY'SLewinsky's ..' SHOES . $$3.50
Mrs. Daniel F. Bacon, who i is: help than you need. It combines I
spending the winter in Key West W. Shatto, annual visitor to seven helps in one. It is made SATURDAY SPECIALS ........................................ O Regular $5.00 and $6.00 kind
Tar Black, Sport Oxfords
or some
with her parents. Captain and, for quick relief for safety.
Key West, arrived yesterdayfrom !Men's\ Shop today
i Mild coughs often yield to lesser
I Strictly Fresh Killed Veal'
Mrs. Wellington M. White, left! I
his home in Warsaw Wisc., advertises number of the
helps. No one can tell. No one a many
yesterday for New York, for al]i and will. remain. for the season. knows which factor will do most' specials in the Stock Taking Sale Spring Lamb Fresh Pork For Saleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Men's All WoolSWEATERS
short visit. for any certain cough. So careful'; now going: on at this store. I ,We tera and Florida SI I
I Adams people, more and more, are using'' All merchandise offered is first .i MjeatsMEAT ; '
George assistant
to E.
J. A. Duane, who spending, Creomulsion for any cough that ( sl .
was class stock and nationally adverI *
A. Strunk, Jr., of the Orange starts. AT PRICES YOU CAN ..;'
a few days in Key West; with Mrs. j I tised. Zipper neck style or V-neck,
1 State Oil Company, left yester- The cost is a little more than al, MEETBERMUDA
Duane and the children, Patricia -- 0
day for Mjami to attend the annual single help. But your druggist iSj, Regular $4.00 seller $2,95:
and Jacqueline, left yesterday for \\\\\'II/ MARKETPhone 2 Bundle for I II
convention at the Biltmore authorized to guarantee it, so it I I. I
Long Key. Hotel. costs nothing if it fails to brings:; 861-W. Free Delivery 5c Regular $3.00 seller $1.95NoC.O.D's ,
you quick relief. Coughs are dan- SPEND '
ger signals. For safety's sake, deal :Cor. White and Virginia Sta. 25 in bundle
Mrs. Gretha Hall Upthegrove, ;:
Mrs John Connor was an arri- with them in the best way known. YOUR I No Charges
of Okeechobee, was an arrival! val in the'city for a visit of one ( ) .... .,... . .-'-,.. .!
yesterday for a visit with rela month with her parents. Mr. and I V/4CATIDN 1
tives. 1 kEY ciiiiii LEWINSKY'SMen's
Mrs. Vivian Pinder and other rela- \ THE WEST II

M/s. Blanche Winslow, son Shop
Tyler in adV.j
Stanley Melvin Winslow, and I FLDRIDAl.gourHEAlTH I
sister Mrs. Edith Walton, arrived I I HUSKY THROATS UNCONQUERED j I
yesterday from New York and will Serial and Short Keel :l1 I II Il.'l III I Ili.l I

occupy apartments in the L. T.|I! Overtaxed by kG KS vo Matinee:' lO-lScj Night t .. ''''
Bragassa home on White street speakingsingto'u ROP //III""II\\\\\\ [/I.lir''iI14'G111J

for the winter.J. ing, smoking h __ _ Specials :

Y. Trawick, route agent for rllllll.4TIIIII..IIIIII............................................... FOR MEN
the Railway Express Agency, who I.
was on a business visit with E. SUITS-All wool 3-piece,Wbrste'dv JANUARY'SIIERVIN

M. Smith, local agent left yesterday !'-[ FOR Flannels, .,in Grey,
for Jacksonville, where he FRIDAY and SATURDAY Tan, Brown; single and
makes his headquarters.Tom j SALE double breasted. By-Swing ]
-AT- and Pinch Back''lIodelsh41t

Williams of Miami, was MONROE MEATTURKEYS belted, nationally advertised PAINTSPECIALS
an arrival yesterday for a short merchandise, regular- $19.50

meeting with his step father Captain values I
A. Fernandez master; of the MARKETI ." c Inventory! ", $12.45 !

U. S. Engineer's Dredge t'n-I'I I 'd' ?x t I I special ...." -:_.,...... 1
yaurd which is operating in the I < ""
Northwest Channel 4 +tottsar'' Pk ; T : PALMER FMT Oli GLOSS
Hens 'and Fryers ,t wl i4aHati-ttlr'' '. Ii,, ;; SUITS-Extra fine qtfality'French' S POI.ITAX, OK CO l\f\f0 N'_ f ie- \
I :,; 4'put1Davetlsren( ra { Blue 'Oswego Sffgtf*;; WEALTH FIAT rwmKL'ttf \s. TE; :- tt d I I
MONROE THEATERAline .R6ty0jti6r.rfoY T guaranteed colorV" .'q *r* .D0"* AI WCi ,
Spring Lamb/ 1. YYsruti n t OX. r g
'fJ AJa\lir.-e..q GSI I
MacMahon-Iuy KibT>ee real J22.50-vlue l"t"W.fIOU f jcFaf! onJc jfl} s, : 5fj
in BIG HEARTED HERBERT I Heavy Western Steer d I Is :'t leer 0::'0 ..1.W ........ I'J.onJJ& .tj ,Ili
1I11}; IJ1.t:, Uo Caf y.. at
Invento'frlJ >>( .. .
HichniM Arlen-Ida Lupino in 1 ' 1 _, :,.. L01 fI 111) t.u.-
Meat,, I petial: OT t 1D"Slir! f .
READY FOR LOVE s t rr '1l ns.l C" 1rIt'I -oo V') I 'rsur "l. H," t q H'trr.
1fSsltt tMrR ffilr + r a1Mn t
Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orches Phone 411' Free DeliVery )1' it F !
I I' Of.3.rh7 i.I. '5: .gallon. Cans .,, ,. T,. 'CL')" "' WeZ !
Ira, 15-20c Night IS-25c .
; SUITS-All wool 3-pMc ;very $l" 75 I:.' a t...R ...
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We are happy to announce ourS t 1'1' 'I L O

SHIRTS-Good grade $1.00

appointments authorizedNuEnamel value, discontinued numbers, .
t. .,.:i- reX to close out at- I A Sherwin Williams product that has become very
..-.r't 1: .<1 f \ 'J\" "- t' 1L t popular in Key' West, and elsewhere, due to the fact that .
DealerFOR I "J .... 50c I .
: t tWillri .i it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per ,Cent Lead

I and Zinc Paint ,known. A 251b can of this product together -
MONROE COUNTY .. ...... 4
:. ,. ;..' '-. .:.' 'J.-:. .' Well Known l with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for

::; X BATHING TRUNKS -AND. I pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about I
You Are Invited--- SUITS LInew !
$2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares with pre- '

Furnished two-story house and lot at, 1307 Whitehead --' spring line, we nave'them. pared paint costing about 3.50 fe,. gall n:. Ip* i f);,OffOl!t1 'I'f
mall .
ntflcblotVDid sizes.Shoes '
S To inspect our samples, now on display street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view'of J l d. f 0 ... I *

S at our store, and also see actual de- the sea and overlooking Coral Park, S LiCHTlp1psWlS' tt.: !"Ii

monstrations on the opening days :
Price "Iii:'t- '
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S j FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I Teff,500. .. .:-. -* j 'Jf\ ..toto,', !"< Shoes i 2 for 15c Y. f I

January 11th and 12th

Apply toL. You know that our SHOESare I

Free Colored Charts for the Asking P. ARTMAN, Peters guaranteed and solid Beacons leather-new;

The Citizen Office sports, all white, black, brown; Florida Co.
or all new Spring stock. Sole South Contracting Engineering

J. L. STOWERS\ MUSIC COMPANY Residence 1309 Whitehead Street agent$2.45 for these lines-$2.95TELEPHONE Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

S TO "Your home is worthy of the best"s

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