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 19, 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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For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the ? f e Citizen t most country equable; with weather an average in the

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I The following is the programfor The first general rehearsal of
CEREMONIESAn LOCAL WATERSE. TO BE EMBODIEDThe 1 the band concert to be givenat the three choruses participating in PLANT LIFE
Interested Await De-
I Bayview Park Sunday at 4 the "Pirates of Penzance" was: PROTEST AGAINST

p. ra. by the Key West Hospi- held Thursday night in the Harris -

invitation has been extended J. Sparks Jacksonville, Fla., City Council at its regular I tality Band under the direction School with nearly three dozen Key West will be visited by a UQUOR MEASURE cision With Great Eagerness -

to the public to attend the arrived yesterday with a party of meeting last night decided to i of Alfredo Barroso: persons attending. group of 25 or 30 state and federal I
Memorial Exercises of Knights and friends, are guests of the Casa Alarch-Sousa. Beginning next week concen- I officials interested in the
draft another liquor ordinance to II' Selection, "Sullivan's trated work will be carried to
Ladies of the Golden: Eagle to be Marina, and will spend most of Operatic on preservation and protection of ADOPT RESOLUTION OPPOSING -
that Gems"Seredy.Waltz whip the in shape for its''I life
their replace the one was recently opera plant during the first week
held 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon stay fishing.
"The Prodigal's Daugh presentation the night of February!I of February, according to word ANY LAW ENACTED By HERBERT PLUMMER
in the auditorium of Harris This visitor is well known to a adopted, and which failed to con-i .
ter"-Zimmermann. 19, to inaugurate the week of fes- I| received today by the district office Inc A..oetated rr...
School. number of people in Key West,I tain any provision in protection Popular selection. tival, "La Semana Allegre," which'. of the Florida ERA. NOT PROTECTING SCHOOLSIN WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.
Officers and members of the and has been here numberof I I will be I
on a Selection, "The Rise of Rosie; staged next month.
I The occasion for the visit is !
of the schools a
to While those
as any specified administration lead.
following organizations will be in occasions of John
as guest .
O'Reilly"Cohen.March. j.| Miss Edna Smith, musical director 1 joint meeting of the National and
attendance to take part in the Carbonell. He is president of distance from such institutions :I .
i j i of the opera, termed Thursi -{I. Southern Plant Boards composed ers most intimately' associatedwith
memorial program/ : Key of the United Theaters, Incorporated, of I selection. j
Gulf Castle No. 2, Ignacio Agra Florida, which operates 90 houses: where intoxicating beverages maybe II'I Selection Popular "William Tell"Rossini. _.I day.every night's way rehearsal," and said"satisfactoryin that,general -j| of with state which plant groups quarantine will be officers associ The Masonic Lodges of Key] the enactment of the ",old

monte Castle Number 3, Florida in the state., dispensed.This '.i I. ,rehearsals will be held Monday ., ated. Dr. Lee A. Strong, chief West have entered a protest clause":. .are inclined to scoff at

Temple Number 1. and Latino An ardent fisherman he induceda action was taken follow-I March. ,-Tuesday! and Thursday nights of the Bureau of Entomology and against the liquor ordinance that: the idea the ,Supreme Temple Number- 3. number of.. his friends to join 'I Star Spangled Banner-Koyi' beginning next week. In addition
ing the reading of communications J Plant Quarantine. U. S. Depart was recently adopted by the city
Following is the program: him on hiS. trip, assuring them to the i general rehearsals,,individual ment of and other : render u -adverse..decision, the
Agriculture, which carries for
received from the various Parent. : no protection
America-Audience. Mrs. J.
that if ifr is fishing they are after I' groups will practice during the, members of Wallace'sdaft
VISITOIUWDSS'i ; i Secretary the schools and fact".Ulorthe much
I'. Adams, pianist. Teacher Associations, Ministerial adopted
there is no place in the United day.' i are to be here. I
Invocation-Rev. Geo. E.> Sum- .States where the desire can I Alliance and Masonic orders The girls'. chorus will meet at 4 resolutions to this effect. A. copy [.easier aftef.the ruling of tho nine
mtnr' I Of1 I : I The meetings will begin/ in Miami \ of the resolution was sent too
7 be more bountifully gratified than the city. The communications BIG 4 p. m. Monday at the Harris
( February 4, with the visit t Governor Dave '\ justices ha been handed down.
Sholtz Wit.
Violin solo-Miss Norma Yates. Mayor
at Key West. I be'enacted I 1 I BARRAGUMi j School, in addition to Monday
Accompanied by Miss Alce Curry. so requested that a law Key West scheduled for February liam II. Malone, city council and Several
II I II I night. things occurred duringthe
Vocal solo-Mrs. Ethel Asson. Others in the party are: C. E. whereby none of these places I i 7 and 8. According to the infor the local prses. The resolution is

Instrumental selection Lauriano Kessnich, Atlanta, Ga., division would be permitted to remain I I CAPTURED BY MRS. JOHN''EIGHT I mation reeeived, state and federal printed herewith: i 11 hours, spread over four
manager for the southern statesof
and Beatrice Moreno. on Sundays.The ARRIVE agricultural officials are keenly "The Key West members of I days, of the court's sitting to
Metro-Goldwyn Pictures, with I SUMMERLIN WHILE ANG.
Memorial Address--Rev. Shuler I interested in the large-scale community the Ancient and Accepted Scottish
offices in Atlanta, New Orleans, council ordered that the hear in the
: control arguments cases
plant Rite
pest of
Pcelc. LING IN LOCAL WATERS programwhich Freemasonry, as an organization -
Dallas, Memphis and Charlotte; ordinance to be drawn would be ABOARD PLANE I is carried forward I
Roll Call-Knights of the Golden i wish to publicly register promise to he anything but sooth
Eagle. 1 T. J. Connors New York, general ,''in compliance with the requests ;: here jointly by the Florida ERA a protest against the enactment -
sales manager for Metro-Goldwyn,I j. lag to "new deal" for the
made by the various the Federal Department of Agri- of law nerves
Taps-Manuel\ Varela. Jr. : I Catching a five-foot "tiger of any or statute or
Mandolin duet-Misses Florence in the United States and Canada; tion, urging cooperation organiza-I' the sea" was the experience of I' FOUR PASSENGERS BOOKEDTO culure, and the Florida State ordinance which will permit the next few weeks.
Arthur Lucas, Atlanta, Ga., own-I to their Plant Board.
respect as I' sale
Torres and Carmen Hernan intoxicating or alcoholic
er ofl 50 theaters in Georgia. 1 j Mrs John Summerlin Thursdayi LEAVE THIS AFTER- .It has been indicated it will be
dez. Accompanied by L. Moreno. Ala-I changes will also be embodied in while out, in with Mr. While here, a close study will I liquors within three hundred feet
bama company
and Tennessee, with some time in February before
Vocal duet-Mrs. Leona Col-, the proposed ordinance in connection Summerlin, as of State NOON FOR MIAMI be made of this work it is under of any lot on which stands a a
j guests
in Atlanta, and Bob Lynch, Phil decision may be expected. In
lins and Mrs. Julia Nelson. I with the license to be imposed Senator and Mrs. Arthur Gomez. stood. The visitors also will make building which is used regularly
adelphia, division for some quarters the belief has been
Rt'ading-Mrs. Katie Eldrid e. manager j in the sale of beer, wine and Although there several studies regarding the abundant for school purposes.
Metro-Goldwyn in Pennsylvania! were expressed the court will take
l land liquor, as it shown that the
Vocal duet-Misses Alce Curry { was tropical plant life at Key West "Signed,
Maryland, with offices in large specimens of barracuda tak- Eight passengers arrived by longer to make its mind.
and Mary Whitmarsh. I'hiladelphia and Baltimore. present ordinance does not fully en by the party, it fell to the lot plane this morning from Miami.!. as well as the extensive landscape , "JOHN C. PARK, The issues involved up such t
cover the matter in the sale of as
The group went out yesterdayand I of Mrs. Summerlin to get a strike i j i On the list were Julius F. Stone, and beautification work-th e "Presiding Officer,. Key West to tax the wildest fights of
wines and beer intended.
VARIOUS ANGLING caught a number of barracuda as was I from the largest and after a hard .Jr., Mrs. Stone, Conrad \'on. Florida ERA is carrying on as Con!istory. imagination The effect of a decision
An ordinance Relative to the -
king fish and amberjack. fight the big prize was broughtto Hyning, Harry Epstein. Jessie M.I iI j I part of the rehabilitation pro- "DAVID A. DUPUIS, which would now require thegovernment
protection of plant life in Key gaff. Hugh Christie, :Marie John-' gram. "Presiding Officer, Alpha Council -
and other borowersto
i PARTIES RETURN West was passed on is first read- Other members of the party]IBall I Osmcr Taffner. f I The Southern Plant Board i is of Kadosh. ;, meet the specific obligation in.

CUBA CARRIES84PASSENGERS ing. This ordinance specifies that made good catches, the entire take!I I Booked for passage''' this afternoon -I representative of the plant pest "ARTHUR G.' LUND. curred through the "gold "
all trees must be sprayed in cares control'' organizations of eleven "Presiding Officer Southern clause
numbering 37, and consisted ftf, were Mr. and Mrs. Audrey
x IWIT BIG CATCHES where is thought that they .maybe amberjack, '-grouper; yellowtail Nlcklas, Carrol n:Jones'and liar-I outlier? states. ?hc*'ttationa<< t tt Cross-.Charier: o"" jtiweCrtix1IORACE ( ; 'even something"care to tfihik 4'new J about de! t ''ers", don't

infested with pests that destroy and 14 fine mackerel. 1 i I ry Saunders. I board is made up of two representatives O'BRYANT,
plant life. It i from each of the four! "Presidiog Officer, Palm Lodge ef Questions Cease ThoughtYet I
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SPECIMENS OK MOST EVERY I Dr. Montgomery of the State -- I regional boards and consequently Perfection. the questions asked in the
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SI..m'hip-r the I' and Plant Board addressed the coun- is representative of all the 4 g "RALPH B. BOYDEN, calm and deliberate manner from
VARIETY ARE CAUGHT BY cil giving an outline of the -' states. "General the bench and which echoedin
I 0. S. S. company sailed yesterday program Secretary. were
VISITORS OPERATING IN for Havana with 78 first class pasfccngers' | proposed by the state forces l TODAY'S WEATHER } the quiet and dignity of the

six second class, two tons J! in spraying!' of trees and other court chamber, force some degreeof
THESE WATERSOf I I of freight and 180 sacks of mail. things pertaining to plant life. .ANGLERS I ENJOY CALL FOR TALENT thought on the subject.

Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba I After the reading of reports of Temperature light rain in extreme north portion t Questions asked by the bench
with one car of tankage six cars officers and attending to a few I Highest I ..................................--79 ; slightly warmer in north!! DAY'S OUTING(;t IN COMING OPERA during arguments can't be takenas

the more than a dozen parIties of tomatoes one cucumbers one ; other matters of a routine nature, Lowest:: .................................._.-72I portion tonight I sign posts or as indicating how

out fishing yesterday not one I II glycerine, one horses, three paseni i the meeting was ordered adjourn- Mean I ...........__............................7G . r .- I I I !I I -- J the court ultimately may decide a

returned with a small catch. On /gets 15 empty cars. I j cd.JHOTELGUESfs". Normal Mean ..................._......69 of. .! \ t, case. Those who heard the queries
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the contrary, all of them made Steamship Orcdcll, of th Rainfall -t"J propounded by Chief Justice

large catches and this was also Standard Fruit and Steamship i: Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. 1 1\. .,.'\.'...,dI1I' \1wV' I CATCH OF BARRACUDA AND I EVENT TO BE STAGED !INI Hughes, however to government
the experience of John J. Flan- Company, arrived in port ycster-j!: Normal Precipitation... .05 Ins. .1 I II counsel were impressed with
nery, of Sheepherd Bay, New day afternoon 4 o'clock from New, ..bin. rrrortl rwvrra :'-10... Kflrl.nlrniilHK [ \ { MANY OTHER SPECIMENS j!I NEAR FUTURE their seriousness.
ENJOY FISHING. .! H Trl.rk (..!. niwrnlnc.Tomorrow' . t I Nor the
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York., and son John. Jr., guests York, took on 13,054 gallons or I i was plea AttorneyGeneral
at the Casa Marina. fuel oil at the Porter Dock Company -) Almanac 9 I I Cummings, arguing his
They returned with 50 fish and and sailed 5 o'clock for! I Sun rises ..........._....... 7:13 'a. in. \-' cs "This has been a perfect day i I A call for local as well as visiting first case in his official capacity

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of this number :39; were choice Frontera Mexico. I A party of four guests at the Sun sets 6:03-p. m. ... I and fishing:, excellent was the talent to lend their ability I II Justices

kingfish. Another fine specimenwas United States Navy Tanker]i Casa Marina had good fortune vest Moon rises ................ 7:08 p. m. .. 1I.I./" remark of D. E. Waddell who,(| toward making the presentations "keep the case open" in event the

an amberjack weighing 40 I Salinas arrived this morning from!j j terday while out with George Go- Moon sets .................. 7:19 a. m. I with Mrs. Waddell, is spending th '! of Gilbert and Sullivan's ". government had not supplied all
pounds. Mr. Flannery and son Pensacola with a cargo of fuel!!' inez and returned with a good! Tomorrow' Tide. Partly Cloud/ winter in Key West and was out t' of Penzanre" a grand the information necessary to

have been out on a number of occasions oil for the tanks at the naval|I eaten of jack, barracuda and mack-'! A.M. P.M. : Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I angling yesterday in company issued today by Miss Kdna.,.irates\\J justify them: "in gusfainjnj} cjhe.

and have had. excellent station. I' erel. Of the latter there were aj i High/ ._*.............1042. ,, ..10:27 Moderate east and southeast.Winds t I i with his wife, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.I I director: of the (opera,' 'wh 'gold clause, particularly Ulcncouragjng
luck. Freighter Vamp! of the Clyde-, number of excellent specimens. '1 Low ..............._._ 4:27: .3-11 11".1'( Tibbott and Dr. and Mrs. A. D.i I issued' the call f.for.. additionalj i iI ;f ,to. the proponents of
While the of the family \ it and mostly..overcast, weather to 'I chorus jLe case, .
men Mallory Lines, i is, due tomorrow!) Members of the party were 1\Ir:1: Barometer. at 8 a. m., today:'f, *' 1->UI' .White. j members.; ,"J I.- 3
enjoy the angling, Mrs.\ Flanrteryaml. morning from New York en route!j and Mrs. C. W. Stuart of New 'Sea. level 30.09. '"" mg brand Sunday, .po iflbJyocca-I| As Mr.\ Waddell remarked i it t| Girls, brawny: nirales: l ., ,jand,;pflicemen .,, I. .Queries ,Most' Important

,aito! "be seen daily at the beach Edwin! Thanhauser, of Sands Ixnveft 'lliphf*.{ HvHhlportion' :' ,' J weather conditions and also the' choruses Pretty ..maiden.raret by. Chief Justice1'" as .'the .''aifcuinenti -
casino cnjio'i"\ the delightful I I fishing results were perfect a' ougl\t} ; 'jHjioDm ijyl\ odJiAijcp!, '
Station : progressed dow-h' in
CRIMINAL COURT Point, Long Island.APPELROUTH. Last Night Yvstrnkiy .I i' Eastf Gulf i Moderate 'cast, add !! may go
health giving. sunshine. The family Abilene ....._.....54 .j 68 -. f southeast winds becoming .fresh evidenced by the size of the catch ; and tariou p'hyr.qaes; and pirates' history as among the most' important : *
has been here on u number of Atlanta ............ 4G 62 over northwest j I) About 45 barracudas were tae- i who must be brawny. utterances ever to have coma
previous occasions\ and express ADJOURNS TODAY HAS Boston .............. 6 32 -portion. I en, 32 of which were brought tithe A cast of 18 is needed for each down} from the bench. They

themselves as being delighted to, Buffalo .........._ 14 24 \VEAT11CU CONDITIONS I city. Also in the catch were I chorus; and an appeal for at least were:

return. I SPR1NGMOWING Charleston ........ 52 60 four mackerel, one muttonfish, fix more members for each is be- 1. Is it not the very essence
I 1- fix groupers, one jack and one I ing made. :Miss Smith said todayit of be able
Criminal this Chicago .........._ 30 34 Strong high pressure areas cov- sovereignty to to bind
NEW ARRIVAL AT morning for the last day of the Denver ......._..... 12 38 er the eastern portion of the coun. bonito. was be her opinion that there a sovereign state in a contract to

session with Detroit .............. 24 28 try, and the norhern Rocky Moun- might some available talent borrow money?
Judge J. Vining Har-
I lis presiding and all officers of NEW LINE OF FOOTWEAR DISPLAYED Galveston .......... 66 74 tain and northern Plains States, ANNOUNCE DEATH among the winter colony who 2. Doe. not the validity of

STANSELL'SHOME the court present. t AT STORE OF Havana ..._....... 70 r New York City and Washington, would which like to will participate usher in this international law depend as a
event in weekof
All\} business for the session was I Huron ..............-14 8 D. C., 30.62 inches and Williston, a matter of international law on
s.a..l declared co eluded. Clerk C. SamB. FASHIONAll Jacksonville ...._ 58 68 N. D., 30.34 inches, and pressureis HERRICK INFANT Allegre"-week, of as joy-here"La Semana in the power of the sovereign state

Mr. and )1)1, Curry was; instructed to payoff Kansas City..... 38 46 low from the middle Mississippi -I issuing obligations to bind itselfto
I February, and will be the climax
fell, of 1425; Pearl! street, an the jurors '{and a recess was or- KEY WEST ... 72 79 Valley and West Gulf States of winter repay those obligations, and,' in
nounce the birth of a daughter dered. that's new in Spring foot- Little Rock ...... 48 50 westward to southern California,, Mrs. Charles Albury, 1403' Those a desiring lend their so doing, to fix the conditions of

at noon yesterday. The girl I. wear is now being shown in an Los Angeles ...... .42 5G ,Abilene, Texas, Oklahoma City and Catherine street is in receipt of to the of the repayment
weighed six and a half pound!.i iI I extra large display at The Store J j| Louisville .......... 36 42 Phoenix Ariz., 29.76 inches. Pre a telegram from her son and ability success to event Miss 3. Is it not the very essenceof

y I other and baby arc reported doj!:j LIQUOR CASEI of Fashion, City's Leading Ladies. I Miami ..........._ 68 78 cipitation has been general duringthe daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs are Smith requesed at the, Harris report School to be- sovereignty for a governmentto

ing nicely. I I I Store. ". }Minneapolis?_ 4 16. j last 24 hours in the* Plains i; Myron D. Herrick, of Chicago, tween 2>an'd4 m. on Monday be able to contract since it
} Mrs. Stansell was formerly Miss \ AS DISMISSED One of the largest shipments in I New. Orleans ._ 66 80 : States. Mississippi and lower Ohio announcing the death ,of their and Tuesday! and p. between 7 and may be necessary to d. so in the

Camille Roberts, daughter of Cap. years was received this week and f I New York .'W'"- 12 36 j Valleys, western Lake region; daughter, Lilla May\ four yean 7:30 m. Monday.CABARET .- interest of its own security _
tain and Mrs. William Roberts. included new styles never before I Pensacola ._..._ 62 72 : northeastern Texas, and in the far old': p. I 4. But you would mot say thaj;

shown here such as the Zipper. Pittsburgh -...._ 26 32 j West, being in the form. of snow Both Mr. and Mrs. Herrick are as a matter of international. a
Waldo) Valenzuela was called shoe. St. Louis 38 44 i throughout the orthern portions well known in Key West having MEMBERS!I government could repudiate :Us

C.SWINNEYWASVISITOR\ I for heari Ig in the court'' of Judge- Spring goods for practically! Salt Lake City. 30 38
i Hugh GI nn this morning on a every department of the store is San Francisco' .40 50 i light snow in northern New Eng- number of years. .He is' a native

TO CITYC. I charge of keeping liquor for'sale. here. A large and beautiful selection Seattle __..,_ 14 24 land, and light showers in south of Key West and Mrs. Herrickwas TAKEN ON PICNIC ATTENTION, K. G. E.

without tlie required license. of dresses and a most com Tampa ........__.... 62 80 eastern Florida. Abnormally low before marriage Miss Lilla
Evident educed at the hearing plete line of Spring Silks are be- Washington ..._ 28 38 temperatures prevail from the Crittendon, daughter of Rev. and i All members of Key of the

i was consi lered insufficient on ing shown for the first time. Wiliston30 -18 north Pacific. States eastwardover Mrs. C. R. D. Crittendon.DANCE. Supervisors at Bayview Park Calf Castle, No. 2, K. G. E.,
L. Swinney. R. C. A. ensri- I i which to hAld the accused for trial 1 the Dakotas Wiiliston, N. D.. are taking those who participatedin I Ignacio Agramonte Castle, No. 3,
veer arrived here yesterday forI, and the ca. e was dismissed. STOPLIGHTS NEED WEATHER FORECAST reporting a minimum this morning; the Kiddie Cabaret this morn K. G. E., Florida Temple, No. 1,

a short business visit with Gon- GOOD BRAKESBy I ,I of 30 degrees below zero; wjlei,, ing on a picnic at the Picnic L. G, E. and Latino Temple No.

zalo Palace Bezanilla, manager of the INFORMED FROM SCREEN letting oar EXPERTS reline i (Till 8 p. m.. Sunday) 'readings are above the seasonal I i Tonight From 10 Till ? Trees this afternoon. 3,. L. G. E. are summoned to ap

Theater. or readjust your BRAKES, Key West and Vicinity: Partly average throughout the southern An outing is planned each pear at Harris School Auditoriumat
While here Mr. Swinney in- ,DUBLIN -A. bulletin flashed you can ride with complete cloudy tonight and Sunday; mod- I portion of the country, and in the RAUL'S CLUB urday afternoon for the S31-1 3:30 Sunday afternoon,
rpcctcd and made minor repairsto on a movie screen in this city informed safety in the heaviest of erate east and southeast winds. Mississippi Valley and Lake region.G. Bob Pinder and Hi. Orchestra taking part in these musical .January 20th to participate in
the found< equipment of the j!I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cox traffic. Florida: Mostly cloudy tonight S. KENNEDY Cents $1.00 Plea Tax tertainmenU at Bayview Park, S Sis it' our Memorial Exercises.

Palace. J that their 1 ome was on fire. Lou Smith Service Station and Sunday, possibly occasional Official Charge. Ladies Free stated. janl9.ll






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Tllli UTIZKV ri'ULISIIING; CO. l.NC. DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries
,. L. r. AHTMAY. FT*.Ue>t. money that they conserve.% The cash in :
From Tn CHIn Building Happening Here Just 10 Years ........................ I:. MOST POPULAR HOTEL" :
Corner Greene and Ann Streets the banks of most cities is a fair indicationof .
As Taken From
Ago Today
1736-James Watt English engineer r : NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard :
the material prosperity to be found. TL. File Of Tl>. Citizen.
Only Daily f'wlpapf'r In Key West and Monroe discoverer of the power of I: Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biicavn Bay ':

County. I Key West has many individuals, who steam, born. Died Aug. 19, 1819. A I Opposite Union Bus Station .:

i'rM at Key \1'111. Florida all -. nd class matter earn Many\ Key Westers and visitors '.
money. visited the head of Stock Island LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED :
KIFTV-SIXTII "RUt 1807-Robert E. Lee, command.
What happens to this flow of cash? yesterday:'! : to view the process .
Member ml the A.. ttmtf4 I>reIhe .. being made the Stock Island- er-in-chief of the Confederate .:
on Single Room with Bath ___ 1.50
much of it for ? ? ??? ?? ?
\ocUtd Press In exrlu i\cljr entitled to user Obviously, goes out things Army, whose genius and character
reps-t.1I..t1b" ..T all news dispatches credited t* j Boca Chica bridge. Work on this Double Room with Bath .,-r....___....__..,.__ 2.00 ;:
It or not other*U. credited In this paper and purchased. Every; dollar that is thus .sent span will'LE"g just as soon as the place him among the great of all Y

the local news vublUhrd here.atllt'l11.1lot ai-I away weakens the financial condition' of preliminary work has been com- time, born in Westmoreland Co., I ALFRED SIMONS, Manager. i
IU.T.I pleted. From the evidences of
I Tie Tear ... .._" .__.....__'_.. .$ preliminary Va. Died at Lexington; Va., Oct. ... .. .
.m..m' 'st'en'
West. .
_, Key activity by'the 5 eee5. e .5eeee.e .e. eee.e.e5..eI
'ix Months' __........_....-_._.._._____ 6.411 2.5' there tors yesterday it i is r ViSi-1 12, 1870. I. : ::
Naturally commodities
Una Mo nth .. ........_....... .... .81, are
Weekly ___nmn- -_ ._.__. __.....n'--___....-_.__.-._._-....-_.._ .Z' which we must buy from home. believe that actual work on I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
away structure will be well advanced by:. 1809-Edgar Allan Poe, poet

Made known on All\KltTIMNU application.srii' : HiTKS' Others are to be found here and they the end of the winter season. and short-story writer tragic figure i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

'IAI :o.IoTU'1'1. I should ''be purchased here. When: I local greatest of American literary OF KEY WEST
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions ofttrjtect For the oft, I at the dOle of business December 1934,
rbltuary notice, etc.. wilt bl charged for At citizens buy from out-of-town stores:" their purpose fostering a geniuses Lorn in Itoston. D'exl as 31.
forward movement for the general Cumptrol1er.1 Call
.Le rate of CO cents a line.Nollr's
for entertainments by church: from which. i money goes seldom to return. When they good of South Florida, a group of in Baltimore, Oct. 7, 1849. RESOURCESLoans
k revenue is to be derive. are & cents a line. I
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus buy from local merchants the money i-j representative business men of anti Investments ._n $ 305,639.43 I
tioii of public Issues and subjects of local or general banked here. Some of it later goes abroad, Key West met with a group of Mi- 1 *13-Henry Bessemer, English Overdrafts ............ ........ 71,61
.Itt-ru't but It will not publish anonymous communl* amians in that city yesterday. The steel process inventor, born. Died Banking House Furniture \

.ti &OM. ----, _. but a portion of it is permanently con- party went from Miami to Miami March 15, 1898.1817William. and Fixture ..-.....--.. 33082.33 1
served. : Bonds of States and Pos- ..
Brach where a speech! was made I i.
sessions of the United
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST The Citizen cannot conscientiouslyadvise ,. by Mayor Frank Ladd and a welcome : W. Keen, famed State ............._._.... /. 139370.68 )
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN any resident to pay exorbitant address by Mayor L. F. furgeon, born in Philadelphia. Died ,Margaret Delano, a niece of i ather Bondi and Securities I 7404.03Stock "
Snedigar. Following a motorcadein June 7, 1932.1851David. President Roosevelt will be one I of the Federal Reserve -
prices to Key West merchants. But, the the afternoon the party were ;Df the many socially prominent Bank .... __"m__ ..... 6,000.00
I will have an active
1. Water and Sewerage point Is, that is not necessary. Our mer- dinner guests! at the Coral Gable! role women In who the 1935 Birthday Ball I Temporary Federal Deposit y
Starr Jordan, noted \
Country Club. In the Key Wept Insurance fund 1,95-1.01 "
the President. The -Ball
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- chants render service, they fairly compete I group were: County Commissioners California college president, for which will be held In 6600 communities United States Govern- f'

land. with outside concerns, when all factorsare J. Otto Kirchheiner and George naturalist and peace advocate, from coast to coast on went Obligations direct -

3. Free Port: i: I"f considered. It is the prime duty of all Roberts Russell Warner, presi-, bol'n.near 19 1931.CLASSIFIED Gainesville. N. Y. DiedSept. Jan.funds 30th.for waging Is a benefit a nationwidewar to raise and._..fully...........guaranteed ...+..-.832.7U.73, .: !...
dnt'of Key West! Rotary Club f : Miss Cash and due'from Banks \
495,168.91 !
4. Hotels and \ rtmt'nts. ;it loyal sons and daughters of Key West to on Infantile paralysis ; J.U1U3.70:
I'" f ,' ; Willard Aljury, Ralph ?Ru 3 sell, .....51......---..-... Delano W chairman of the Maidsof ) ,
5. Bathing Pavilion}' carefully consider this; matter.A Hilton w Curry. Dr. J. M.B; ijedo. Honor committee for the affair '1,888,231. H
It. that will be. held at the Waldorf- LIABILITIES 1I 1\:\
Aquarium '""qI Dr. Neely Kemp NorbenfThpmpon '
< 6. i" i'. ., ,1.".', PECULIAR SECT ? and, Frank II. Ladd. k&4 Astoria New York nations drawing social to It Capital .--_.----,.. r.,5." ..::.-' 100,000.01. ,ft
7. AirportfrT-Land, and Sea) i', 1-:' i ?M thousands of the I Surplus and Undivided..I'rorits:__.__...... 55OQ1.4Z s
.;,*", 8. Consolidation r .of- Count* and City *:* *'. ,.j*. f r. COLUMN leaders. Circulation -..---- -:' .....1r-v.._+ ..,. 100OOO.OQ W,
. One of the most There was an t'njoyabJ.''ppen Deposits .....................,.:.... +..7. !:._*t+..",,..!.".., 1,633,228.3'
Governments.1' peculiar religious house reception held last 'night at ..... ....... BENJAMIN LOPEZ t,
: sects i.'; the Doukhobors, members of the parsonage of the First Methodist FUNERAL HOME $1,888,23S,7!)
which have often clashed with the authori- church where a large number Established 49 Years -

. ties in Canada, as the result of parading welcome of church the folks assembled Rev. to L. ACCEPT nice clear Key West Key West's Oldest
new pastor
house beach
or cottage on one s
SIDELIGHTS nude in protest against their expulsionfrom Munro and his family. The eve ot the Keys as part payment on 24-Noar*BSd Ambmlaac'Esakalaier S.rvie.Lle SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLY

certain communities. ning was delightfully spent with Washington, D. C., property. It
Aside; from their hobby of going with- I musical! selections and. other enteitninment. -'I Send photo to W. B. Pichler, PLea 135 Nicbt 696-W ..................................................

BT MARCY B. DARNALL Refreshments were Real Estate, LG12 Conn. Ave., -
out clothing, the Doukhobors are said to be served.At Washington D. C. jan5-12-19x! ___
Former Editor of TL. Key West Citizen I C -
unobjectionable, being ordinarily quiet,
honest and industrious people. the regular meeting of the
From Topeka the that I
comes news Their religious and political views are Key West! Temple Pythian Sisters, FINE LARGE FURNISHED apart.' 't be BO'ydwinltedJon
"Muskogee Red," one of the last of the Number 20, held last night, a PanChiefs !'! ment.
Every room just painted. -
primitive and communistic.
old-time tramp printers, has retired on a They accept Club was formed. It was Living room, dining room, / l
pension, after working in nearly every certain portions of the Bible, but have no decided that on the fourth meet- kitchen, bedroom and bath. ACCEP11NG IMITATIONS
preachers or priests. When they assemblefor ing night of each month the past Year's lease, $30.00 per month. 1
printing office in the country, at the age chiefs will conduct the business of 925> Whitehead street.! lie To all members considered sure to MADE IN
of 80. He i* cheerful, but says he feels prayer the meeting. janl7-3t 1tJa3r[loin
equal. They have no ceremjonies at mar- look. for Dav l 100% Pure Paine baa oftea" lets rAeg
that liquor has shortened his life, and he imitated,but never duplicated. ..:e.t ::..
which ,
riages, contracted conscience
are often
on Editorial Comment
: One
is now on the water wagon.A Dam 100% Pure Paint conformal With ran -::::::
1013 Southard
only. Wives and husbands are ."sisters"and hears the remark that this or that street.dec22 pure paint I.Iwl loa is I the only pint :.=.--
"brothers" person married for money. Nothing -lmox that carries a guarantee of purity ::::-.::
tombstone bearing the following ; parents are addressed as wrong about that if they can't p. pgINT J = :
"old man" and "old SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW. tJOk I this Cuamntee :.i.iw. I
inscription is said to be in a Massachusetts woman. They do support themselves any other way. All modern conveniences r on the label j ,
not approve use of the labor of animals. .line mmns.ama wish other:" N." nss.ndsr \
cemetery: "Sacred to the memory of Bathing and fishing at your AU ps...- en ..... any lye er M ....ti_ aM mid ehrmah Dn....1e0tlR.. elys d ff2l.L
The Doukhobors Full of and ginger and back Frank Johnson
migrated to Canadain pep door.
James H. Random who died
August GP
1898 from Russia, where the sect orig- ready to put forth every effort to Colonial Hotel Building THERBDAVIS m. tdIIsMrl8911 UALTlMCllE.MD{ '
1800. His widow, who mourns as one who win over their adversaries in the jan7-tf
can be comforted, aged 24 and possessingevery inated about 200 years ago, and where it basketball game last night, the G. C. ROBERTS Cmer Caroline and'William Streefs

qualification for a good wife, livesat had been subjected to government per- i Public Utilities five certainly put FOR home RENT, three-Two-story bedrooms furnished two -
up a good game. True to their -"
secutions various
at times.
No. -1 Church street in this village." I determined baths. Apply 817 Fleming -
_ went in action '
To anyone not inspired with fervent I promise! they to stop the winnnig street. janlO-12tx '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '," .

Lady Astor declares her husband i* religious zeal, both Russia and Canada : streak of the Married Men's quintet FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 ( 'II.I'II.S

one of the best of men, except that he will would seem rather cold countries in whichto << and put on the brakes before Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs,

never tell her how much his income i is, but go without clothes.CONVERSATION. that formidable aggregation added Garage and Telephone. 514
another their of 20
to string consecutive Margaret. jan12 I JANUARY I
}puts her off with the statement that "it 1 i wins. And did they do

varies. She adds: "Well, his income TOPICS it? They certainly did not, and the I MISCELLANEOUSCASH
Benedicts won by a score of 49 to
may vary but his answer never does. I
r 22. PAID for used! furniture
Investigators classified 500 conversa- 1013 Southard street.

That indefatigable collector of rare tions overheard in public places to find out Many baseball! fans have been janl7lmoxFOR "" PAINT SPECIALS

manuscripts, Dr. Ilosenbach of Philadelphia just what men and women talk about, in heard to express regrets becausethe SALE.

has paid $23,000 for a letter writtenby Cleveland and New York. They found Winter Baseball League dis-
banded. And yet the fans themselves '.TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 i I
Thomas Jefferson. Some price; but letters that the subjects varied little in the two generally are to blame for sheets 75c. The Artman Press

written by indiscreet :qntlemen to cities. this condition. When the league aug7 SHERWIN WILLIAMS, METROPOLITAN -

ladies have netted tVen Men's conversations were 48 cent was started the fans promised to PALMER FLAT .OR GLOSS
; more. per OR COMMON
mercenary : .
r UA IAn vofciible. to. make*it a success OLD, PAPERS FOR.SALETw.buftdlt9for : 1
about business, 15 per cent about sports"and especially wins the time ,anict : 00. The Citizen Of) WEALTH FLATHIT 'YIIIT PAINT; : .. ,' ;dv

Primitive ideas-still 6ttairrin Mexico.A amusements, 12 per cent about other PUtt t <*hi; Large: crowds a> 'fice. r octU PAINT.- Cans I '''' :.
tendettthegalpFgibut: ! the contrft i iLutions .,- ... ...._...- -t" ? . \ 1' Gallon ;. 5"O' ;
i $1
of bandits vK<$: e1d..Pp': a train men, these being the most frequent topics. ..: '
gang > .
*were not by any mean I.;i SALESMEN WANTED In 1 Gallon Cans, .___.:.._...... ..-.-. t'! ;
and robbed and' murdered the defenseless Conversations of women were most \ ,' n. "
Commensurate with the sizes: < C $1 90at. \ ";ut I I 1. i'tSW ,
....... ; .
gallon ..
-sengcrs were rounded up and shot. frequently about men, this: topic :showing;; {tluyf'r' wd;!''lfsi, | every fan givert I' SUMMER SUITS.. : per ;. '1 i" ..5"At
FREE SUIT liberal commissionand ..: Gallon,Cans; I" "'I aIn
The culprits were not even given a chunce great variation in the two cities, 22 per a dime athe' games'; sufficientfunds I I' bonus fast selling, low 5 Gallon Cans, \ ', 11' ... 8Oc'. .
would have been collectedto ; ..: $1 75 at ........... .. ..... ...
the of cent in Cleveland and 44 cent in New -- -
to go crazy, or enjoy sympathy. the per keep the league going, it issaid. priced line consisting of 37 per ganon -------- \_ !

:-olJ- ister squad. York. Clothes were were the subject of But alack and alas!!, many beautiful numbers attractively I II
20 per cent. of the most! vociferous rooters styled. Write for samples.FASHION -
yelled and did nothing else but CENTER CLOTHES,
We read that fashionable! colors in In mixed company, men talked mostto yell. This is encouragement for INC., DECHERD. TENN. r

men's socks will shortly include ivory, women about amusements, next of business the players but not the kind of -. -- janl9-ltx I -ZILO .1.1I

helio, cocoa, wren, orchid, saraband, epi- and money. Women conversed with encouragement which maintains LOST

nard green and sultana red. The average men about themselves and. other women. baseball leagues.Examinations. : BROWN TIE,-with' 193S Class I A Sherwin Williams product that has becoma very ,

male will be duly thankful if he can finda The above results were published ina in. the public Pin, initials II. L. C. Reward I
popular in Key West, and due to the fact that
pair in plain black, without any holes. business men's magazine, but we can not rchools of Monroe County are being I if returned to Citizen Office. I "
it is
probably the lowest Lead
100 Per Cent
held this week. These will be i jan8-3tx:
whether the factsor
say they represent I 25.t;;
concluded Thursday and promo- and Zinc Paint known. A can of this product to-
The }.Folkething or whatever old thingit not. At any rate they are interesting I WANTED
tions will be made next week. :
i gether with linseed oil to thin akes your paint cost for
is that governs: Denmark, some time ago What do you talk about? I ii i .
.55. WANTED chance to bid on I pure absolutely unadulterated and lead paint about .
decreed that military officers must not join : your next printing order. The
I i $2.20 gallon. Ztc with .
per Thepaint compares pre-
the Masonic fraternity. Complicationsarose LOOK OUT FOR CANCER Today's Birthdays I Artman Press. aog7 I ,

because King Christian X, like his ................... .... I: PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed pared paint costing about $3,50 allon.
cards, 125. The Artman \ .
late father and other forbears, is an ardent Every citizen of Key West should be Alexander Wollcott of New Press.

devotee of the ancient craft. on guard against the possible development York journalist and author, bornat augJ

of a cancer. The increase in deaths Phalanx N.'-J.-, 48 years ago. BICYCLESWE IMPORTED ELECWi C LIGHT ULBS-15 to 60 Watt I

South Dakota from this has alarmed doc- Sherwood of New York i.' I ;
Recently; a newspaper cause rightly Eddy RENT by the Hour. Day or . .
completed the publication of the entire tors and surgeons throughout the United author Y. M. C. A. leader bornat I Week. Repair all make and I II 2for: w .r

Bible in installments, begun 22 years ago. States. ago.Leavenworth, 'Kans., 64 years paint carry them a.full with supply Nu-EnameL of parts.We I I I 5c I II 11 11Phone

It might well begin over, as a new genera- The disease i is: fatal in many cases Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand I

lion has grown up to which the contentsof through negligence because its progress Dr. Homer J. Rainey, presidentof sell them as low as $1.00
Bucknell Univ., Lewisbnrjr.
the Book of Books would be real news. cauld be arrested in about four-fifths of per week. J. L. Stowers Music I
Pa., born at Clarksville TeL, 39 I
Company lmo
South Florida
the causes if proper treatment were givenin years ago.Bishop Contra. & Engineering Ce.

Brethren of the press have been I time. In other words, a great many POSITION WANTED
John L. Noel n of I S98 WLitt ad
razzing a Tennessee editor who alluded to people die from cancer because they post- S
Switzerland 68 years ago. .FILIPINO WANTS POSITION.
"Socrates drinking the fatal shamrock." pone consulting a physician until l the Cook Butler Chauffeur, with i home is WO hy of .the best" i

There was an oldtime brand called "Sham- disease is in an advanced stage and beyondthe Maj. Gen. Sir Frederick Mau- private family. Reference.Aneelmo .
rice, English soldier and school 622 Elizabeth',treet. .I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I.1'.I'.I'.I'J
rock but it was not immediately fatal. relief of surgery. J
... ... principal, born 64 years ago. : : jan8-3ti :

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I A New Light Hovers Over University of Florida Boxing


,;''i ola. Tren\ "Worth trying, anynow. agreed PLANT LIFE. TO PROTECT BASKETBALL GAME LAST
awl J.rp JJ..da! ia .._ bee11. EVENING: : RESULTS ANT IMPROVE SUCH
.... Jerry. "What are you two going to IN I
I. UOt cnthird. '
treats t I... krard tkem que.- do!" PLANT LIFE. AND TO 3t NIGHT RESULTS IN SCOREOF
rWIt tlrt <; icUu* JIb,mi "..It boarded tell* .a 38 TO 18
tk. OftrUaiult * .!. Uvtt at I Molly. "I want to have a look round --- PESTS AS MAY BE INVOLVED -
Hanbridet. it A, tekt stole aveluebla "
formula; teat from tlolty the factory and so does Nick 1 IN THE REHABILITATION -

O'Brle. irAo tciffc Jimmy fax.Trntrk. "There's not much to see** (By JOVE) PROJECT 1
uul UMitatHtt matt v-9 a Jerry reached up tor. his tahoes, Key West High School !scoreda !
party n the' ." O 6onw Atllfayview, l'ark'lastjAight: NOW BEING CARRIED ON
Aas lees If:2"c:: cad Ike foro which be bad placed on the rack to, the Adams Dairy lost'a durmond- BY THE FLORIDA ERA IN' t 8 I decisive victory over the visiting
;. kef a'jarpeartil. Peter Or- dry. "The most interesting part is 1
la/T/ MUKTCyv/'M and ru* i7i0. ti'arcJM ] Lall game after having .i.t" 'KEY 'WEST, PROVIDINGFOR t aJ Homestead High School boys in a
the I told the
room yon about one
>i7or It ilo i/cfly i) ts- \
pla*q. t3.1cT.a.Va /urjr.Chapter on the right where..I Uk.Jt .that' Lopez at game) time bad only, SUCH SYSTEMATIC I Lft
Osborne used to work. Like a big eight men on the field,+sn' they SPRAYING, TREATMENTOR I High School Gym. The final store

prison cell with a steel door and all agreed to allow the Embalmersto OTHER MEASURES I #{
3S sons of odd gadget in 'the way of use two other players,' and the WITH REFERENCE TO was 31 to 18.

NEW SORTIE furnaces and 'sinks. If be's left any Funeral Homers Vent ri righf'hend PLANT AND PLANT PROTECTION 9. I The local boys showed their

"IT TELL, Osborna wasn't the sort clues behind him that's where they and captured the ball game. AS MAY BE 'Ji uT : superiority over the Homesteadersfrom

to waste a chance like that" ought- to be.Well ." Maybe the umpires: do not know I PRESCRIBED, OR BE the start and maintained a
have a good search anyhow SATISFACTORY TO SAID .
the rule, or they* do not keep up R.x lead throughout the entire game.
Molly eoatlaued. "He'd start niaVIag ." said"By toe way. I supposeit I FLORIDA ERA AND TO
with them. The rules in black
lore to ber and will be all right leaving Jimmy The line-ups were as follows:
right away you can PRESCRIBE A' PENALTY
and white in the Recreation Department r-d'
alone on the boat?" FOR TilE : .. rlur Key West-Smith, rI. Wooden -
take It from me that that's Just office that club FAILURE NEG- '
abort what happened. I don't know "He won't be alone. I'm not taking sufficient rays any LECT, REFUSAL. TO COMPLY If; Ro urn, Anderson:'!, re;
not having: players on
Ceorge ashore. His foot's still sore I }
Low ktr husband bond out. bat te where ttat brute bit him. the field at game time shall forfeit WITH SAID ORDINANCE 1Mi I It IA! Cstbonell. 1g.IomesteadSutz.
evidently did. OR TO INTERFERE : rf; Cloning-
leaned down and patted my res |I !said game. .
"1 gvesi it keocked him clean off who with his in IN ANY WAY WITH t-r. If; Klick, Ci; 1)el'i.' .;rer, rf;
cuer. paw a bandage It does not say that the managers -
&ls balance and since then he's .THE ENFORCEMENT Schman If.Substitutes.
was anxiously contemplating: oar
bees wafLirg! around half drank and activities. can agree to anything, and I THEREOF OR TO VIOLATE for Key West were:
three Doesn't need it does say; that not even an ex- I Kr.o\\es! and
part* crazy. "Never mind old man." I said ANY PROVISION OF J. V. Woodson,
rnucb,to send a man like that over consolingly "When all this Is over hibition game is permitted. So THIS ORDINANCE. Saunders, For llome teac.: Bishop
the and when said Le how can the umpires let them get
edge, Nick and Sul'ivan.'
I'm going; to bay yon a large silver WHEREAS, an emergency\ : exists Smith
"was friend of Osborne's . ." she with that!
bowl away
to drink out of. with the date which necessitates the tt

paused. of the battle engraved round the Tommy Lunn pitched a great ment of an Ordinance t'np.d.j ". II,4l"ldll.l.
Jerry looked at her with admlrn -
rim. game and allowed but one hit in for the and
tlon. "The girl has brains," he re chuckled. "You needn't frames and threein protection improvement -
Jerry the first seven
Notice To Subs.cribtr.Pie.
marked.There's no doubt about It." of certain plant l lje> :and > .
waste is |
your money. Fighting one the last two. ii
the control of certain i t -r ,
plant 'pestsin.tlle
"It was Kick's' idea la the first of Geoi two favorite hobbies." r
: ge's At bat. Kerr and C. Lunn hit .CH. of.Key.JWt ..t4J.the
place. protested Molly modestly. HA did up his remaining shoe 1 .*. 1aJ prompt fa paring)j
i "IT* only:=worked it out. ..lace and pushing) back the sliding two safeties in four times up. end thal ljf.Citeyuay.fTritli} with i i the carrier! wrto' delivers year''

'Tw" 'worked
anyhow Gad Tin sorry self to Jimmy "We're all going for a ing played a great game for tilt the Renamfitatio'irproject now be-I 15 cent a week fer tits pa-'

for that wretched woman! She must walk. James so you'll be left In winners and B. Lopez and Howard ing carried**' P .y\West by per and sells it to roe for 20;

bare been leading a ghastly If fe." command. Feel equal to the responsibility for the losers. Florida :fiftX." in ihlcl the protection I c *h., ,HI profit for,deliver)

"We'must' get hold of her" again ?" Score by innings: and improvement of certain ,1 r Lag !is S cents weekly en eaekbxriber. J

alone somehow' or other I said. "Quite sir." came back the crisp R. II. E. trees'!, and other plants as well as .. If It. U aot paid'
"If *h. Osborne's friend be
may answer. Lopez .... 210 100 210-7 9 4 plant pest control are necessary HE loses Not The Citlsea.TYPEWRITING.
\11. old I aer quite a lot about hImself -
"You should say 'aye. aye' to be Adams .. 000 000 002-2 4 4 I and vital elements involved in
'm certain she knows something strictly nauticaL By the way the Lunn and said Rehabilitation 1 "III.iY 'I
Batteries: T. Ingra- project and ,
or she wouldn't be so deadly
rain's stopping so if you'd rather
scared." ham; Ward and Garcia. I create an emergency within the
yon can sit up on deck and admirethe By FRANK S. WRIGHT Young Jack Pinkerton. No. 2, from In the layout have
"Gowiiand and that brate of a dog Summary: Errors: Machin 2, :i I meaning of the City's Charter. offered ,
don't shall Howey. lacks experience but he has --I ;
scenery. we
suppose There has been a call on the University competition. Art Shouse,
Baker Hernandez. Nodine. M.
are enough to scare anTOne.ob be more than two. hours." THEREFORE: genuine promise as a bantamweight High Springs appears to
jected Jerry "Ail the name I'm entirely lie jumped up and donning an old Lopez. Garcia Ward; two base f. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE of Florida campus for a return and Capt.. Bob McMullen. No. 3,from Florida heavyweight this year- and 1

of your opinion. Another interview SOn'-wester. edged his way along hits: Molina. Garcia Kerr; sacrifice -' CITY COUNCIL OF THE to the glorious days when box Tampa, has had two seasons of first the former Oator grit star has cour-

with the lady is distinctly indicated towards the cabin door. "Shove on hit: Nodine; !struck out: by CITY OF KEY WEST. ing thrilled the student body and few class experience with the Gates,and age and determination and a real i

and with the permission of your bibs and tuckers children.: he Lunn 1 (Carey) ; bases! on balls: I Section 1. Every owner or the public generally and Carlos be able featherweights to show Bob around much Dixie this year.will punch.Not pictured here is Sam

the syndicate I'd like to handle the added, "and I'll get the dinghy j off Ward 2; time! of game: 1:30; I occupant of any property upon Proctor. No. 1, a top-notch heavyweight Archie Harris No. 4, of Miami has 1933 Florida grid captain who Davis.was" a PAPER75c'

Job myself79'ell round. umpires: Lopez and Gonza1ez.I I which is growing trees for the Gators five or six found keen competition from Larry star boxer his sophomore year.buC
you can't make a bigger or plants years ago, has been assigned the Job Semmens. St. Petersburg not pic- who abandoned the ring after one
meas of It titan I did." r observed a minutes later with a thin i( which may be designated by the of giving bolting a new deal Coach tured here but Archie won his box- great season. Coach Proctor induced I I

trifle bitterly."It FIVE still dappllag the surface BASEBALL"TEAM iI Florida ERA as being trees or Proctor has surrounded himself with. Ing -1"" In the featherwegiht class Sam to come back in this his final .
wasn't your fault Nick." Mol- of j plants requiring spraying, treat- a squad of bustling, det@rm1ned.prom1s1ng and looks fit to make a fine: record year of intercollegiate competition 1
the water we were pulling in towards I
ly put out ber hand and squeezedmine ment, or the performance of other boxers and It may be that this year In the 135-pound division and Sam's agreement to box means i
comfortingly. the small natural beach off GOES TO MIAMI:I( measures in connection there- 1935 will see a revival of the years Former Captain Dan Allen. No. 5, the 175-pound class will be in expert } Package of 500 Sheet
which the Seagull anchored.
was I not so long ago when Ted Miller. Tampa. Is Florida's ace welterweight hands. i
We grounded a yard or two from j t with, necessary for the protection Phil O'COnnell.MJted" Curry and and no one has shown greater development After the Georgia bout January 10,
I'DL not blaming the lad. said our destination but by standing up i and improvement of said trees, or Johnny Minardi won fistic titles and this season nor looks the Gators take on L. 8. U. at Baton GOOD QUALITY BOND

Jerry. -sini mo tact remains and using his- oar as a pole Jerry LEFT OVER HIGHWAY THIS plants or for the control of plant made boxing rank second only to more like a potential title winner Rouge. January 14; Tulane at NewOrleans
that as far as Mrs. 0.'. concerned succeeded in forcing the boat's note pests, shall within 48 hours after football in its appeal around the Jess Farrell No. 8. another Tampon two nights later, and then PAPER
he seems to bare torn it pretty bad well the bank and scrambling MORNING; TO PLAYTOMORROW I service Florida campus. has made great progress and In the in February meet inane at Gainesville
up written notice said
ly. If we want to get anything out 1 disembark. upon The Galore: do not start the current 155-pound division looks like a fixture February 11: Georgia at Athens
ashore helped Molly
owner or occupant of said I ring season with what any for this his first the
property season on February 23. and Citadel at Charles-
of her we'll hue to approach her .
"a different "Better get her a shade fartherin. I by the proper officer, or sound critic would can:: an exceptionally varsity. A year ago he captained ton February 21 -- -----THE -.
from angle. ." observed Jerry following with other bright outlook, however the the freshman boxing team. Bob The fistic sport seems definitely\
I person designated for serving -I
"What angle;? the painter "The tide will be up by The KeyVtst baseball team I Mid notice spirit and anxiety of the young LJvesay. No. '1, of Jacksonville' is headed for a brighter era around the ARTMAN PRESSCitizen
"Bluff." returned Jerry. "It's my : the time we get back and we don't left this morning over the high- of by any police Floridians to push boxing back up heading the 165-pound class although Florida campus, and eyes everywherewill
trong suit a* a diplomatist. I shall I want to have to wade out to her way for South Miami where they I officer in the City of Key West, the hill makes for an encouraging Bob Conlon Hollywood and be focused on Coach Proctor and

:ell her that we've found out nil We dragged our little craft over will play a game of baseball witha immediately spray treat or per- situation. Howard Lindsay, Sanford not shown his determined 1935 squad. Bldg.PHONE e

about her relations with Osborne I the mud and made her fast just be- form such other measures with reference .
is the
nine in that place which - --- --
and that unless! she's perfectly frank to such trees I
or plants
low high-watel' mark. Above where
in West 51
team that Key ;
and answers our Questions. were the lay the ground rose sharply In a played may be designated by the Florida .I USED WOODEN LEG I John Bell 14, won the Somerset -.

going to baud on the Information to steep sandy bank on top of which several weeks ago. EUAf as bet forth in aid notice, Today's Horoscope, 1 plowing contest at Williton,
the police. Seems a bit brutal but The South :Miami team has been in BERLIN Karl
few stunted and the Droschen ofthis : last fall.
straggled event said England
that can't bit helped. a gorse strengthened with some of the !' owner shall ..............*......... ,
bushes. fail, ,refuse'! or neglect to comply city put a bandit to flight bywielding
We sat silent for a moment considering "Makes a nice bit of cover" re professional players who are with the requirements set forthin Thoughtful and studious. with I -- --
his boggcstion.! the winter in Miami. his wooden 1 leg.
!: marked our skipper eyeing the lat spending said written notice, the said affections deeply rooted. whatever rll"'III.lI IIIIIFOR

"It sounds re3 lble. I admitted: ter approvingly. Rogelio Gomez Armando Perez, owner or occupant of said soul I' ................................................
the is led the
"tbe chief objection Is that after "You're not afraid of her being and Pubio Carbonell will leave prop- path life A French chemist has invented)

what happened yesterday. I'm not stolen?" Inquired Molly. over the East Coast this afternoonto erty shall be guilty of a misdemeanor will be uplifted in peaceful con-I a process for removing' the shine

over keen on your golnj up thereby He shook his head. "I was thinking join the team at Miami tomor- and shall be punished templation. A rather unpractical from worn clothing and restoring

yourself. If his dog's too sick, for of our friend Gowiiand. If he as provided in this Ordinance. nature, but by no means a failure. the nap.
work that lunatic's quite capable: of Section 2. In .SALE
was taking a stroll in this direction row.Players who left this morningwere the event that

taking"a pot shot at you through the: and happened to spot her. It's quite Beliss Griffin, Joe Casa Ar- the owner or occupant of any

hedge. likely he'd shove his toot through property cannot be found on saidpropt'rty
Jerry; grimed. "I 1 Intend to be extremely thur Griffin, Mario Pena, Manolo
her side. Nothing makes people so
by said officer then
Acevedo Pedro Gonzalez and En-
No one's I
wary. more pits
spiteful I as jealousy and bad said officer shall post such noticesin
stonately fond of a whole skin than whisky. rique Mayg. Have installed

I aa. and there's cot going to be "Keep that well In your mind" I Mr. Maya is in charge; of the said some conspicuous which plaoc upon constitute you your--

any Charge of the Light Crigade admonished him. "Unless you're team and will assist Manager property shall

about this bt lness. I mean to hang quite sure ." Rogelio Gomez while playing. The due and legal service of J' 'W&iD

d'' rou. until l'ie seen GnWfiand! Cans whole team will return Monday said notice. General ElectricvKfei ,; ir.V

,J 4afery off% tits! premises. As for flllo. ".The distant report of a gun rang over the highway on the fire!!: :.Sectien,3-; Any > violation of.this '
P': 4r whatever the brute's name la / ." out clearly across the saltings and ferry. : .Ordinance or any inter/ercnc **5 > 5lS<;isJ BiBi *l rW&*

_f] e sllpped)ls hcpdflpto his (' ,tin4 With official of ,: ; : t i i.m' I o .
) ( thc
p( : with a loud rastllng of wings one or Part of the expense of this trip any ;)Stat| j : : ftb,

"p/11'/ ''''kut daldtylooking .titWhere two startled birds rose hastily from was borne by the Key West fan; Plant. Board, or with-any-efficer,I I" ; pI .. -"_

rr:in4 .; Qevq/etr/ Pte 1 the surrounding grass.} sit f J with donations, which are said to or aintf( >*tiK-rY in tmV Git j*if Key ' .--= --- -;-
.A' I did you get that? I de--I "There you ? ua4; West +ignated to! ray. treat or x 1 .
be much appreciated. :
( Cowhand a
-4 "Borrowott'trom Dawsonyr... "That's probably tents tg Telegrams will be sent to this} ,eradicate1 'aa" "etc,''ln' "said i ,treor'plant . : RefrigeratoriJ I! ? - i .ir 14 1 'f
his Innocent rabbit.!
# : spleen on some life shall M 'pui'* U! &!
i the adseeraNJle sleeps with it under city every inning during the game I"
t If may'reach the fine
hurry not
you up you exceeding Two Hundred I
his pillow in case there's a communist and will be read to the fans! by ; II ",
farm before he back.
gets Fifty Dollars "
($250.00)), I
Field or by
rlsls:. Mr. Mendoza at the Navy I't
"" 'ben do you propose to take the here"I'll" he cut replied.straight"There's across a from path during the game that will be played I I imprisonment: in the City jail, Only 1 ':' .: ;.
not +
j exceeding sixty days (GO) _
field? I inquired. of sorts that joins the lane about at Key West tomorrow. I II I or 1
"As soon as the rain stops. It's both fine and imprisonment! in ',, 'Jjr
halfway along. It will save me at
been hopeless up to now. No one the discretion of the Court. I : I Imib
least ten minutes. I
would I GOLFDOINGS I II Section 4. AH Ordinances I :.
this." go out working on a day like Ito paused. "If rm not around of Ordinances orparts i _
when you come out don't bother to I I I in conflict $ I
"1 believe it clearing up a lit wait for me. Take Molly back to the with this Ordinance, are hereby I

tlt'." remarked Molly. boat and when I show up 111 give I (By GRAVY) repealed. 1 .,.

"By Jove you're right!" Jerry you a shout from the shore. I don't I wonder if the wives!' of certain This Ordinance shall take effect ,

heaved himself from the bunk and. want to tie myself down to any I( golfers ever feed their husbands immediately upon its passage r I j i \i

pushing open the skylight peered, exact time. ? Lat night, the way some by the City Council, approval by HOLDS AU till) FOOD! '

out through the crack i the bank he set off of would think they the Mayor, and .
Jumping up them ate* you publication according : qrs. rtfli 2 %; cerise
"Wind's shjfted f bit west. he quickly through the rough grass had been fasting for weeks. But I I to law. t Y.i.. ease 1 r. butter '
1 pkc Uctse. 2 taw fruit
announced, and It'e y'
getting lighter: and at a more leisurely pace Molly then I forgot. The food was Passed by City Council first IHict 1 bottle catsup ',ti. >r
all round. I wouldn't be surprised if in the direr down fcbftle cherries :2 tbs
and I turned
our steps free!! reading January I .
we were in for a fine evening. fJ 18, 1935. bacon .S Iks.root 1 head
tlon of the factory. Passed ': lettuce l but encumber
"Well here's chance. exclaimed --- d"Professor" by City Council !second j 2 Ibs. tooaott i buschcalrry
your f 1 in
Copyright mi. Pen Pul>UtM* C0. Berlin and LjofleJPlummer J reading January, 1935. J puts one your 2 ripe iruit.2
Molly. "If Gowiland's been
shut np In the house all day he's must have been fee r l g Passed by City Council third I .. ,aalDe.L L 4! lemons 1 Isr Mild 5*drtwuc dozes oraccet. I Ib. Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-

Nick and Molly walk Into a ter. rather low at the start of the!dinner and final reading lard 2 left....c c..- neighborhood. Beautiful view
sure to go out now! rlbls trap Monday.BASEBALL. January 19, niftcM 1 qr. water bottle 1 head street. In exclusive
because neither had much;)osay. 1 1935. :2 quick tttttiag; trays (129
-_. - ----. But later in the evening i (Signed), t ace cubes 2 Ibs. of ice of the sea and overlooking Coral Park

*.................. said
..... the reason developed. Berlins( LEO H. WARREN 1 $1.00 month until July 1st takes

Today In History GAME J that if "Jim Koodle de Flue Swjh-' President City Council. per Price $7,500Terms .

ky Swanky Bobby lIarlinitOj"would Attest: care of the payment

.............-.......... I HERE TOMORROW keep quiet for a minute WALLACE' PINDER,

1810-U. S. and Britain agreed and let a man talk that knows' City Clerk. Don't miss the chance to have the
joint i how and has something of importance Approved this
19th .
day of
occupation of Oregon. ,
I There will be a single game of to say then he would January, A. D. 1935. best of, refrigeration at a ) : Apply to

baseball at the Field tomorrow feel better The occasion .never (Signed
1923-French Navy ), small cost. L. P. ARTMAN
troops occupied between the La Tropicals and happened. WM. H. MALONE .
German mines!, forests Office
and banks. i The Citizen
Acevedo Stars. jan9-lt
Mayor this trial
This is the game that was played I We'll give yon two finesses as us regarding plan. . .' ..
1930-1C died in air crash at to a tie last Sunday. i to who had the most fun last night. have rather beat another; certain :;, Ili : '. or

Agua Cahente. Mexico. The batteries will be Sevilla and A certain: newspaper editor ,or a guy (Ethan to beat Bobby! Jones. The West Electric Co. { 1.RMidence\ : 1309 Whitehead Street

Rodriguez for the Stars and I I lo al "pro." One of them kept his Key

1932-Spain's Parliament dissolved Salinero and Joe Navarro for the i. nose down to his plate and the Do'n't' forget the important

the Society of Jesus. Tropicals.The smile that got put there Thursday meeting at Sam Goldsmith's residence A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager I .
game will start at 2 p. m.I afternoon will be there for a *.Caroline street next Monday I I'.'.......................i....0.........,....I...*

Subscribe for TU Citizen. sharp. _ ____,__,. month. This' certain guy would ._ evening at) 8 o'clock l ,. .' III 'I''IIIIII' .




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'PHONE 752-J BE RENDERED BY WELT CHURCHCor. CHURCH SOUTH' \- J. F. Stebbins of Tampa. Fla., Matinee. : 10-15c; Night: 15-25c.

.................................................. ER'S CORNET BAND TOMOR. (Colored) will begin a series of Bible addresses
Fleming and William Streets Cor. Georgia and Division Sts.
Corner Duval and Eaton Streets Sunday night at 7:30 .
Tea Given ROW AFTERNOONThere Shuler Peele Pastor Rev. W. J. Martin, Pastor Southard Street Between Thomas rFish, Birds and Deer Heads
Enjoyable Bridge o'clock at Bible Truth Hall,
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. Church school at 9:45: a. m., and Emma Streets Moupted

Yesterday By Mrs. will be a band concert at W liam N. Knowles, superintendent with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent. H. Gary, Leader, ::outhard street, continuing each CECIL CRAYTAXIDERMIST
Swicegood night the week. Subject:
Nelson English Park Sunday at in charge. Classes for all G. Williams,'Missionary Leader ;
.!' Walls and Gates I
-- 4:30 P. M. by Welter's Cornet ages. Morning worship 11 o'clock. [ Sabbath School (Saturday) Fine Work-Reasonable Price
A! lovely Bridge Tea was given thur Pastorini, Mrs. Hugh Taylor, Band, under the direction of Tony Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon subject "Christ.the Only o'clock. the time of Neht'-I 801 FLEMING STREET

yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Eola I Mrs. Kneff, Mrs. Sebastian Ca- Welters. Sermon subject: "What I* Salvation Way." 1. Church\ services, 11 o'clock in miah," and1 illustrated by a Key West Florida

Swicegood: at the home of her brera, Mrs. 0. S.; Long Mrs. H. The program follows: ?" Special mus :':'by. the'!choir at tiemorning.YTJVM. ., oibpainting of the Walls and
and Mra. Luther' N. S. Jones Mrs. Bainbridge ( Junior meets at 3:30 Gates. 1. "
parents, Mr. America. league p. each service. t : V. S. meeting 5:30
!.& Isabel Ball Mrs. William Miss Knowles in meets ,?
Pinder on South street. Yankee' m. Mayfield Junior Epworth League clock m.
Medley Overture p. -
fc There were six tables of Arnold, Mrs. Earl Julian, Mrs. Hash"-Miller. charge. at ":00. P.I In. .Mrs. V. A. Archer:: I Prayer'-meeting every Wednesday MAfo REWARDED

'bridge, and Mrs. H. N. S. Jones Allan B. Cleare, M' s. FrederickEno March "Our Triumphant Flag" Young People's Department in charge., i. night at 7:30 p. m. WE INVITE YOUto
'was awarded the high score con- Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. -Fisher. I meets at 6:30 p. m. Miss Mary Intermediate Epworth League LONDON -Miss Sophie Walker showing! of
fract prize. Second prize was lima Wilkins, Miss Helen Wil- Fox Trot, "I'll String Along Felton, president. meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH tof this city left $25,000 to a maid tee our

won by Miss Tessie Falk, and the I liams, Miss Dorothy Cleare Miss With You"-Dubin. Evening worship service at 7:30 Pierce in charge. who had served her family 50 Footwear

consolation prize by Mrs\ Arthur Tessie Falk. Mrs. Carlton B. Hurst Serenade "The Victory An- o'clock. Sermon subject: "A Young People's Departmentmeets (Colored) years. Spring

Pastorini. and Mrs. Reynolds.The gelus"Myers.March Bunch of Certainties." at 6:30 p. m. Miss Norma Corner Division and Thomas Sts.J. FOOTWEAR is here that

Following the bridge games tea tea guest list included the "FERA." Mid-week prayer service, Wed Yates, president. R. Richardson. Pastor s- represents the new Spring
Mrs. William H. ladies participating in the bridge nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Evening worship at 7:30
was poured by Descriptive Overture, "The Sunday; school 9:30 a. m. Season. Hundreds of pairs for ,
Malone and Miss Mary Falk. The games and Mrs. Charles Falk, Rage in Ireland": Senior choir will practice imme o'clock. Sermon subject: "The I-'reaching, 11 a. m. HOLTSBERG'SMonclaySale I Ladies, Misses and Children in

!long table was laden with all Mrs.!\ Ella Cash, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. (a) "Come Back to Erin"b diately after the mid-week service. Unsuccessful Life." Junior A. C. E. League meetsat scores of new styles and colorsto

manner of dainty sandwiches,, George Roberts, Mrs.!\ J. Trevor, ( ) "Borhoims March"c Intermediate choir will prac- Prayer and praise service each 5:30 p. m. match every costume for
cakes with colored icings and I! Mrs.!\ G. Pinder. :Mrs. A. Morris! ( ) "Kathleen Mavourneen"d tice Thursday at 7 p.. m. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Senior A. C. E. League meets Spring wear. This is positivelythe
'steen varieties of luscious Miss Mary Curtis Williams, Miss Young people's choir practice largest stock of Spring
can-i ( ) "The Rake Mallow"e at 6:15 p. m. Our low price keep ut busy Shoes ever carried in Key
/dies. Large cut red roses formed'!'Wilhelmina Goehring Mrs. Jack ( ) Cruiskeen Lawn"f PENTECOSTAL MISSION each Thursday at 7 p. m. Evening service, 8 p. m. Monday! See our window d>.- West. It will pay you to come
the centerpiece. J son Golden Mrs. Manning, Mrs. ( ) "Killarney"g Choir practice each Friday at Weekly Services play for Monday Sale. in and see them.
Bridge guests were: Mrs.\ Louise' Louis Harris, Mrs. J. Jones, Miss 909 Olivia Street 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Class. One case of new Flaxon Prints
Auxier, Miss Florence Sawyer.I Mary Elizabeth Grillion Mrs. ( ) "Sally, Shilly Shally"h 7:30 choir re per yard ..._..........._.. .. 25c Also, we have just receiyedthe
( ) "The Harp That Went Wm. Skondeen Pastor Friday, p. TO., close out new Zipper Shoes the new
Mrs. Milncr, Mrs. George' Coty Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. CHURCH OF CODU06.ftUyU One lot of Silks, to
Through Tara's Hall" Sunday morning worship, 11 hearsal. est out in Footwear.
Monday, yard ___ __. 50c
Shourds. Mrs. Delaney, Mrs. Ar-| Paul Reuter. Fox Trot, "Wagon Wheels. o'clock. The past ir wllspeal oi: ,.Il.... ; 10 pieces{of;! 'JUjJplette I H Seersucker I SPRING, AND,I SUMMER

t&__ . ., -", Star Spangled Banner-Key. "1heTeachIn, j ot'the:'IIolGhst: ;t' I. .... ., Street! : . : SAINT PETER'S CHURCH ,*thV TLfnd yoif"pay FABRICS
.:Suda, school for lll33O j p. Monung I service ,atSundayscojj0p.,"11...o'clock.' .S9e} 'for,) seewiJ\(1ow. on, sale, ''Lovely 'materials' -i! :Sec'rWkcrs % ;
Anniversary; ? : Church Circle' To. ........................ I m. I' (Colored) f.per yard.--J:4: -....... 25c Crepes. W&ff U rr I

.' 'Sunda night 'eivangeJistictVervice' <<: ; ; I v..zt v11t1E\i vice 7:15 Center Street, Between Pefronia Solid color! ,,Piqaoast| colors I r/WUa waeumateffels t- .
Celebration 1/ J I: Put'On MayVVrfarrJlcomedy : tlCII'J . '
I PERSONAL MENTION 715 o'clock. Theme1 will"be: () c) k: J and Olivia 1 pet, yard .........jiw ,,-i.,&Sc Wre fcer"for
'J. 10 pieces of new, Prints rejr lection. Come I in ,and look
-- Wednesday ;
I service , Services (
'.I'Mr.'and Mrs. Ci H. Stuart, who \ "A Rainbow .......................* ,"Our}Hope,Chesty' ('"..... ,.Ejrangetfstie, :!5 m. Mass Sunday 8 20c. at yard +.*-. ...L- .115c- I look around and 'see for- your-
Tuesday, 7:15 p.. Ph, prayer ..7. o p.. a. m. Silk Pique, White and Flesh, I -
are" guests at Casa Marina. yesterday i I of|,Ifpsband&,.". will be presented Miss Barbara Albury left yes- and praise service. "' . Prayer' and praise service, Friday -. Solemn Evensong and Benediction per yard ____..... __ 49c self.NEWEST SPRING SILKS

j' celebrated I their 40th wedding at the Sock Social of the Woman'sGuild terday afternoon for Tavernierfor Friday, 7:15 p. m., evangelistic 7:30: p. m. Teachers' meet- of the Most Blessed Sac'a- Heavy Terry Cloth reg. 65c. on \ All wanted Silk Materials including -

anniversary. This is Mr. and Mrs.Stuart' 'I of St. Paul's Parish at the : a visit with relatives. service. ing. ment 7 p. m. sale, per yard ___ 50c Flowered .q Saturday, 2:30 m., boys' and Church school 8 a. m. Another shipment of Mae West
I p. Flowered ... Crepe, l",,. ards
eighth in Key Parish Hall next evening,
season Tuesday ..
._ _
Miss S. E. Baker of Miami. girls' church. MIXED BIBLE CLASS Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Slips. at $1.25 -
West, anti according to them, I I January 22nd at 8 o'clock. who was spending a few days with Week-Day Servicer Little Boys' Wash Suits. I, 2 Etc.Don't
sale __.... overlook our large
and 3 $1.00
"This is tie nicest place in the I Emil Sweeting will direct the friends left yesterday afternoonon FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- Mass on Tuesday and Thursday Handmade, on Baby Dresses, on stock of Mallinson's Silks.

world to spend the winter. We comedy and also play one of the the return home. CHURCHJ. c Teachers at 7 a. m. sale __.__ 50c REVADY-TO-WEAR FOR
This class meets every Sunday Litany and Sermon on Wednes- New Wash Dresses, SPRING
think the drive over the many roles. Others in the cast are the Eyelet
Attorney and Mrs. John Sum- C. Gekeler, Pastor morning at the Harris School au day at 7:30 p. m. at __ --.-.._ $2.98 Not in years have you seen
keys to the Island City most Misses Harriet .
a : Dorothy
merlin, who were in Key West as Corner of White and Washington ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and Confessions: Alter the Wednesday Sanforized Broadcloth, regular50c such a selection of beautiful
unique one." Hjort and Katherine Diaz and guests of State Senator Arthur Streets women not connected with any evening service.BEARUP'S per yard ____..__ 39c SPRING DRESSES.: Every

A handsome cake was presented Samuel Goldsmith. j Gomez and Mrs. Gomez, left yes Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. other Bible Class and regardlessof 40 inch White Batiste on bale, woman who is looking for

to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart last The public is invited to attend, terday for the home in Jackson C. Elgin superintendent. denomniations are invited to DRY CLEANING per yard --.-- 25c STYLE, should see these'
WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. Another shipment of White I smart numbers.
evening with the compliments of and an enjoyable evening is prom- ville. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. attend. PHONE dec20p Shoes received today. Beautiful I
Manager Peter Schutt, and several ised. Topic: "A World Dominion." all white and combination Dresses in every wanted material -

specially arranged musical G. R. Owens auditor with the Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH OF GOD I White and Brown, Etc. !! Gingham including and Seersucker others.

selections were played in honorof Enjoyable ProgramAt FERA, left yesterday afternoonfor Sermon: "Sitting At The Feet Of pair $1.98. $2.98 and $3.98 many
Now showing a large assortment -
the occasion by the Casa Ma- headquarters in Jacksonville.Sam Jesus." (Latin Mission) Girls' Sport Oxfords. 12 to 2, of Shorts- Slacks, Pajamas -
rina Orchestra. Convent Hall Mid-week Bible study hour Services Sundays, Tuesdays and MONROE THEATERDolores per pair _---,-_ $1.98 t Etc.Beautiful.

Pinder, Jr., left yesterday Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock.CONGREGATIONAL Thursdays, conducted by Rev. Silk Seersucker in new Plaids line of Ladies'Silk
The last afternoon for West Palm Beachto del Rio in .___
Coral Wheel Club program given nightin Charles E. Lazo. per yard $1.00 Underwear now on dis
St. Cecelia's Hall by the seventh spend a vacation with relatives. CHURCH Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. MADAME DuBARRY New Wash Silks 40 inch on play. Without a doubt the

Enjoys Outing and eighth grade pupils of Matinee Balcony, lOc Orchestra sale per yard __ 75c I most complete line in the city
the Convent of Mary Immaculatewas Will Freeman, of the First National 527 William StreetE. CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. : ; Beach Shorts all colors, see LADIES' SPRING HATS:

The Coral Wheel Club of Key splendidly executed and enjoyable Bank forces, left yeserday Richard Evans. Pastor 15-20c Night .15-2Sc. IOJ. window ,_.-,.._..,.. $1.00 Every important}

West met last night at the home throughout."The to spend the week-end at points on Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. Mary's Star of the Sea MONDAY MORNING SALE of the season is shown in" our

of Mrs. Frederick Kirtland. and Call of Wohelo" and "The the keys. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., 15 dor. Wash Dresses, sizes 14 extraordinary collection.
afer holding a business meeting Ghost in the Boarding School"were Sermon subject: "The Eternal in charge to 20 and 38 to 44, on sale LADIES' BAGS

, went for a bicycle ride around the presented, and the attend. I O. R. Carrero and J. A. Medina Purpose." Order of services for this D.ARONOVITZDEPARTMENT at ___'.-._. ., SOc Give our line of.Spring Bags
Boulevard to the old airplane ance was large and very appreciative. left yesterday for a week-end visit Christian Endeavor. 6:30 p. m. church: (See window and Be on Time) the "once-over." They're

landing, where a fire was built with relatives and friends in Mi. Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. Sunday morning Masses will be STOREKEY Large size Silk Dresses 40 to beauties.

and wieners roasted. ami. Sermon subject: "Life Retarded said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. 44, in the new colors, Pow- MONDAY SPECIALS

The radios in several automobiles Another Tennis Thru Fears." Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. WEST'S ONLY DEPART. der, Rose Berge, Aqua 25 doz. Ladies' Silk Stockings
were then turned on, and the I William Mendell. who wrs on a Wednesday evening at 7:30 Blue regular $8.95,. on sale Chiffon and Service weights,
service at 7:30 o'clock,
Tea TomorrowMr. Evening MEN STORE Monday __ ._ $<<1.15
twentyfive members of the club I business trip to Miami, returned o'clock, midweek service. Fridays. -- special! Monday, pair ..? 59c
present danced. It was an !'this afternoon. I Sundays and New Spring Hats just opened Waffle Crepe, all colors, spe
exceptionally Harris and Mr. Car [ SPRING SHOWING OF up on sale at $1.00 to $Z.95 ciaI.-.,.... . .m._t...... 35c
roll Frost will play in the men's P. J. Galvin, special agent of! One case of Colored Broadcloth Tissue Gingham special Mon.
ideal for this _
and an outing of -- I
NEW FOOTWEARfor regular 15c, 8 yards I day per yard ..._.. ...__ 29c
kind. Everyone expressed them- singles at the fourth tennis tea I the customs service, arrived from i. Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts. Sunday Services: for $1.00 10 pieces Flowered Organdy,

selves as having had a more than tomorrow afternoon at Casa Ma- Miami yesterday and left on the! Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor Mass, 7, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Men, Women and New Curtain Panels, tailored- Monday, per yard ?.__. 25*

enjoyable evening.Announcement. rina. This match is looked for I Steamship Cuba for Havana on: Ch.urch Sunday school opens at Evensong and Benediction of Children large size for _.. __. $1.00 Lace Voile, special __>__ 35c
ward to with much interest. business connected with the' 9:45 a. m. in Educational Build the Most Blessed Sacrament 8 p. 81x90 Large Sheets Peperelland 40 inch White Batiste yd.20e

Several socially prominent treasury department.Mrs. ing. Gerald Saunders, superin- Wcarwell, $1.25. 40 in. Dotted Organdy, yd. 25c
reg. goat
young Key West women will also tendent; Harold R. Pinder, assist- m.Church school, 9:30 a. m. -_. .__-.. $1.00 15 shades 40 inch Heavy
Of Wedding participate in the games, and it Josefa Fraga was a pas ant. Classes for all ages.Worship at 11 and 8 m Quality Baronette Satin, per
Sermons a. m. p. Axminster Rugs, new patterns, yard .- ,.._, ,.__ 59e
I is expected that this Sunday aft- senger leaving on the SteamshipCuba services at 11 a. m. Week Day Services: on sale ._, - ,, $1.98 No need to shop around after
Announcement was made yesterday ernoon's gathering will be more yesterday for a visit in Havana and at 7:30 p. m. The sermon Mass every day at 7 a. m and COME IIF.RE MONDAY vi ting the Store of Fashion.

: afternoon of the weddingof than usually well attended. with relatives.Mrs. topics will be as follows: A. M., also on Wednesday at 9 a. m. AND SEE THE LARGEST I Our complete stock can supplyyou
Mi k Helen Sylvester and Wil- "Doing the Works of Jesus"; P. Morning and evening prayer STOCK OF SILKS AND COT- with any and every thingin

U iam\. Pinder, which was to beBotemnued Visitors Leaving J. A. Griffiths, of Jack- M., "Seeing Jesus In Us." daily f..t 6:45 a. m. and 5:30 p. an.,5CopthsonsSaturdaYs TON PIECE GOODS IN KEY i the line of wearing apparelforLedlea
last nijrht in thechdr sonville, came in yesterday and Y9ung Peoples' meeting\\ a( .630o' : $ at 4:30: WEST. '-' Misses and Children
th at Matecumbe\; with Rev" After Stay Here is the house guest of Mr. and )lock-j? ,.,.jlliss Yanessa Collins ; .Mallinson's' Flowered- f.n Chiffon. -1! I *-and the prices' are. right.
: ?
i I II n
I Mrs. J. D. Aldridge at the homo 'lp'! (;I';>(!G :\.: ''''t' ,e'11IMIi i I
J. E. Hager officiating. A recepf'r. ------ p'rpsident, "? .' tU'iI( Just received the largest Duplan Crepes,! MarshallFieldV ,I !r. ; -THE-. J' ''I'':
\ AIIanned after the wedL I'Jfr( aad fck Audrey Nicklas, at 1329 Grinnell street. ]/ Midweek" ' Pra>;er.'iofn4r.:: H.jtaf; : t nc r 1TAISCIENcES9CIETY: :' ; assortment of Shoes for Cotton Piece Goyda, i

1l II.B""t.. VhQ.haye been 1 ) .the guests of Mrs.!' service on Wednesday'evemng al : t .. . (. j-t the entire family. Whites Imported See 'lucl rs. ,New I STOREOFFASfflONCityY'Leadinr
M Miry pinder. sister of the Kicklas' bfothe* and& sister-in-law, William Pinder and sister Miss ,. ..I I'fUlllt) 'l<.j', ., o..lI" Plaids.. Organdy 'for' Evenyvg: I
; 1. : ":'pr'Clioii 111)u'?1 JUf.bet1i.; .::street and Sport Combinations,
groom and Miss Barbara Albury, Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Spottswood. Mary Pinder left yesterday aft- ,rehersal'on .Friday' eve Sunday' Service'/ai f 11; Low Heels and Graduation. Dresses Ete,' I ,""Leadf 'Ladiet'.' Store
left yesterday afternoon for \vere booked for passage on the ernoon for Tavernier, for a stay nmg' at 7:45' p."in:' )Uss'ta ] : "mprmng* .* High Heels, HOlltSBERG'S : '

Tavernier, where Mr. and Mrs.! plane for Miami this afternoon.Mr. of several days with relatives Grillion, organist; Gerald" tga N. o'clock Wednesday .evening service at! Medium Heels, for Sport :11: cllli'' APP 'fR9t1.! h .. 1

Pinder will make their home. and_ u Mrs.- -Nicklas- __ have_ _enjoyed ders, choir director. 8 o'clock. and Dress Wear.Women ,
a delightful visit and Mr. Mrs. Carmen Carmona and two
Reading room in Society build !
Dance Nicklas has had, as usual on his children left yesterday on the THE SALVATION ARMY ..
Tonight ing Tuesdays and Fridays
I open
visits to Key West a great deal Steamship Cuba for a visit in I
from 3 to 5 o'clock. You have your choice of a
At =
Raul's Club
of sport fishing and expects to Havana .with relatives.B. Captain Vernon W. Walker, Offi- splendid selection of new CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS
1 return later in the season. cer in Charge
will tonight in Miami M. Duncan engineer in 1 GOSPEL HALL leathers in whites, etc., all S
There is expected to be a large They stop_ 1002 Fleming Street WE ARE NOW CARRYING A COMPLETE
crowd at the regular Saturday and tomorrow leave for their charge of construction of the Company meeting (Sunday I sizes and all widths.

night dance at Haul's Club on home in New York via a plane of' overseas bridges at Matecumhe, School), 9:30 a. m. 720 Southard Street $1.98 LINEOFNuEnamel

Roosevelt Boulevard tonight. the Eastern Air Lines. arrived yesterday morning and Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. Evangelist L.: T. Chambers, for- UP

Music will bo furnished by Bob left in the afternoon for a business Y. P. L. meeting. 6:15: p. m. merly of London, England, con

Pinder and his orchestra. Ladiesare Entertain At visit in Washington D. C. Salvation meeting 7:45 a. m. tinues giving addresses at this Men's ShoesBlacks PaintS
house of worship.
admitted free.
Bridge Party \. William N. Knowles. who was METHODIST EPISCOPAL Sunday gospel address and each Browns, Whites

attending a meeting of stewards CHURCH SOUTH evening through the week, except and Sport Combinations; S is the very finest enamel, for all
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Than- of the Methodist churches in the Monday and Saturday, will be devoted complete assortment
purposes, that it is possible to produce, and is -
hauser. guests at Casa Marina Miami District returned today. "EL SALVADOR" to addresses from the Bookof I
last evening had as1 their bridge Corner Grinnell and :Virginia Exodus, and to end on addresses $ .95 UP especially for the amateur. \

guests Mrs. W. Hunt Harris and Robert Braun U. S. Navy who Streets |I from- the Tabernacle o( .which'i -.\! ,.

Mrs. George Shourdj. Several has been absent from Ke Wes (Services in Spanish)' I. he has a model.ft : SuitsNow k *

rubbers of contract! were enjoyed. for the past three years. returned Sunday school, 10 a. m : : ..' Men's I You Are Invited- S

I Incidentally, earlier In the day, this morning from Norfolk Va.,, Preaching 8 p. m. (i NEWMAN M. :E...CHURCH; showing the largest :-

I during a fishing trip Mr. Than- and was met at the station by Mrs. Mothers' Club meets Monday,: Variety of new .
EVEN ABSORPTIONYes hauser landed a forty-three< pound Braun and little son. 8p.m.' n 1 (Colored) I l" "' TO.Inspect our samples, now on display at

Soft.Lite Lenses reduce I barracuda. Bible study and prayer services]j A.' T. MeCaskill! Pastor *- Linen Summtr..Sai'ev s.: 3. i our store 'S

light evenly all the way across -_ Rev. George E. Summers oi Wednesday, 8 p. m. *_ :f M.; A. Moreno, Recording Steward shown :in the city at :
First Methodist Church, and Rev Mrs. M. A. .
the visible spectrum. TO SUBSCRIBERS Moreno Secretary popular prices; plain 'ColorfulWashable
: Shuler Peele. Fleming Street "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
There alarming dips
are no
I I Church, who were attending a L. Oser and Montero. Sunday service 11 a. ms backs and pinch backs
and zooms in the middle of the II
visible 1IlCc1rum-ju a smooth i If you do not receive your -meeting of ministers of the Mi. Pastors Evening worship, 7 o'clock. S9.5OMen's DurableFree
paper by 6:00 o'clock in the ami'Methodist District in Miami,, Duval and Angela Streets UP
even absorption of all the lightwe
I afternoon **11 telephone 51 returned this morning.Mrs. Sunday school! 3 p. m. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN -

The use Soft-Lite to see. Lens just tone and a paper will be sent Service in Spanish, Friday at CHURCH Shirtsof Color Charts for the AskingJ.
Clifford P. Meyer, who, 7:3Op.m. ,
down the intensity to a lower I to your home. A complaint
level. I boy is on duty at this office was before marriage Miss Marie (Colored) fine Broadcloth in .
from 6:00 to 7:15 p. m. for the I Watrous, arrived yesterday from SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS 717 Simonton Street Whites and new f ncypatterns' .. i L: STOWERS MUSIC COMPANY 5

DR. J. A. VALDES purpose of delivering com I her home in Washington, D. C., Rev.. Alfred DeBarritt ,Pastor
plaints. Help us give you 100 and is the guest of her parents, 1017 Fleming Street Sunday at 11 a. nu 'TheChurch, 515 Dural Street .
Key West FI .
Orthocon Soft-Lite ol.UU *
Licensee- and ,
Captain Mrs. J. L.
Watrous R. T. Teacher. "
percent service by calling 51 If \ Sawyer and Missions. SPECIAL,
532 Duval. Street 1 yon do not receive The Citizen. I at the home Caroline and Duval Bible study, Friday, 7:30. p. ra. Evening, 7:30 o'clock, subject: "IIIIIIIj.F .

1 I streets. - --- Sabbath service, 10:30 ..m., -Tb Devil II Not Dead; the.fend "IIII'




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