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 21, 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 Service.Devoted of Key West to the tEb'r 11 ep Wt& Cittjen( t most range country equable of; only with 14"weather an Fahrenheit average in the







Heartens Anti-New Dealers-;, TAMPA FEB. 2 1 I,I STARTS JAN. 28 Entertainment Of Association Of


Points To "Specific" Laws -.. ;
Unit Here

Calls For Greater Care MISS' E. MATHEWS . .
I C. E. Kessnick, Robert Lynch. B. Christen editor of Tours

Relative I HAS BEST SLOGAN MID-WINTER CONFERENCE Tom. Connors Ed. Sparks end and Detours 21 West street, New EVENT TO END FEB. 2 I COOPERATES IN To Arrive In Morning

To Industrial Recovery Arthur Lucas, theater I York City was out Saturday on
I magnates i On Steamer From
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I FOR RECEPTACLES (lly Associated Tress) a fishing trip with King Gomez!j{I (n r Aivorlaird Press) BIRTHDAY BALL
from different of the UI it-I '
ActBy TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 21.-About parts
I and Mario Rodriguez. I j i TALLAHASSEE. Fla., Jan. 21. Tampa

I I 500 Legionnaires and members of ed States who were enjoying the:
j I Governor Dave Sholtz has
The weather was not suitable proclaimed -
BYRON PRICE I I the auxiliary will gather here! fishing in Key West waters for a I i for fishing. The water just a lit-:,I the week of.Jan. 28-Feb. SYS-I I .
i Key it ready
(Chief .r nmrrmm. The A".orl Feb. 2 and 3 for the mid-winter i few days: and were guests at the], tie too choppy said Pilot Gomez I I TEM OF OFFICES AT DISPOSAL -
1'rt-M. 11'as5laalo.> j 2 as "better housing week" in
Probably there never will 1..1 BY KEY WEST AD- i Casa Marina left yesterday by but a few kingfish and barracuda j ji I OF COMMITTEE IN I to entertain member of
conference of
the Florida
MINISTRATIONMiss department plane for Miami. i i were caught, most of them of thu Florida. The American Association of
complete to the full PLACING SIGNATURES
agreement at i of the American Legion.: Mr. Sparks said that the group i[ larger species I The national housing act Railway Advertising Agents,
significance of the supreme I had time made 'I --
and excellent
a great -It
I Dr. W. E. Whitlock of High t through the federal housing administration scheduled to arrive tomorrow on
court' "hot oil" decision but no \ Eulalie Mathews 1424 catches.! Mr. Sparks will re-II.XUBA.BR1NGS IN G. R. Steadman manager of
Springs, department commander, i said the Steamship Cuba from Tampa
1 1i the ,
turn possibly during February governor .
one dispute that two practical White street, was,, named :winnerof i ;i the Wcstern-Union

result already are becoming apparent I' the slogan contest recently will I preside over. the, conference with another party for some more;, t'47SSHNGERS' ,','haa made i it..possible for the owner , I Key West states that and spend the day in Key West.

The Forty.and Eight honor society fishing.. oft r property to'better'the;{ Western-Union has placed its Robert Spottswood, chairman
conducted by the Key West Administration I I
of the
I transportation committeetbe
The language of the court has I ,.ini order that trash of the legion will meet February VISITORS ENjOYr .GOVERNMENT:: :TANKER* SAIHD'TODAY .}living'conditions of' his' Tamil); .nationwide system of telegraph
I office at the ;disposal of thepresident'ss of Key West Hospitality;
given. and 2 in connection with ,. the increase-the new hope new enthusiasm '
t I receptacles::!being placed around I F1SHING'.OUIINGI I + EN ROUTEITO ...1. business, protect and safeguard his :birthday ball committee -I'!'I League, has completed arrangements -
to those who contend legion conference.- I t, for receiving 25 cents from
PiBEAUMONT, TEXAS ..., moraleand
the city might bear some slogan. investments,' stimulate the so that the visitors including
that the basic concept of the I I' !I The gathering here will be held workmanship of his employes each person who places his signature -
The slogan submitted by Miss I on a multiple signature birth about 30 key advertising men
"new deal" are unconsitutional I in conjunction with American TARPON LANDED WHILE AN( 1 and improve the standards and day
I Mathews i I Steamship Cuba, of the 1'. and I of the most important railway
unworkable! and futile; and- was: J Legion Day at the Florida Fair. LING IN JEWFISH i O. S. S. Company arrived Saturday civic pride of his neighborhood." Signatures from every city I

Delivery of the For I It will start with a parade of drum I afternoon from Havana with 1 The better housing program, town and hamlet will be mailed:, systems' in America and their
opinion at
Every and bugle corps and legionnairesat CHANNEL ; 47 passengers, four of whom were under the national housing act.t to'New York where they will be wires, will b. taken from the r.and .
this time forecast far greater Refuse I I j' aliens. The ship sailed for Tampa was launched in Florida August I I bound into what probably will be
lOa. m., Feb. 2. The legionnaires the 0 dock to the Casa Marina
care and deliberation in t! Article. I G:30 o'clock. ,, 15, 1934 and t since that time. greatest birthday greeting in
revamping The first letter of each word also will visit the St. Petersburg Ernest Landwhirle.! of Brooklyn :| Steamer Alamo, of the Clyde- Governor Sholtz said, "approxi history it is shown. I I I I and later. in the day on. a tour of
the national industrial re-1 i hospital where the pa- N. Y., and James Gannon, (If' Mallory Lines, arrived yesterday mately two million dollars have One hundred percent of the 'I the
act than expended i'i was suggested in red, with other! tients are war veterans Bristol Va., on their first fihK : afternoon 1 o'clock from New been spent by the people of Florida money will be turned over to the I

covery were in'l I, letters in blue. I II | Quimby Melton of Griffin.; Ga., \ trip in Key West waters this York with heavy freight consign in modernizing their homes,I'I, National Birthday Ball Commit-I!{! Members of the association and

its original enactment. j I I More than 200 suggestions were season, were lucky enough to ments for local consignees. The resulting in the removal of hundreds tee, which will arrange for proper their wives intend spending the

These are considerations of, turned into the Key West Ad-! national vice commander of the i catch a fine tarpon ship sailed 4 o'clock for Tampaand of workmen from the fed-j I credit for each community, it is'i I I morning at the hotel and during

fact and not of opinion. Whether ministration offices, and the Ad-, American Legion will: be the i j They were out yesterday and New Orleans.! eral emergency relief administra-j}i i stated. I that period the advertising rep'

there is ground for the new guest of honor at the conference. caught a silver king weighing: ; C5l I I U. S. Tanker Salinas which :arrived tion's rolls. 1 f resentatives will conduct a busi-

courage infused into the anti.' ministration this morning ex- William T. Comer Jr., of Or-:I!i pounds and measuring; four feet from Pensacola Saturday "This program naturally has MORE REALTY j ness session while women members .

"new dealers" is beside the point.' pressed its appreciation for the lando grand chef de gare of the I)i I in.. length. This catch was made in morning with a cargo of fuel for stimulated all lines of business!! ; of the party will be givm!

Nor is it necessary to establish interest shown by local persons in' Forty and Eight, will preside over: Jewfish Channel, and was but one the tanks at the naval sration, and industry. The efficacy of the Ithe opportunity to swim, play

whether a mere cautious administration the contest. that organization meeting. I of a number of other specimens sailed 9 o'clock this morning for national housing act is unquestioned SALESMADEIN !1 tennis or otherwise enjoy them.i .
1 i I Beaumont Texas. Results thus obtained' 'selves
course actually is compelled l\L1 taken. ;;i far

Judges of the contest:: were 1I I 1 I .
by the court's action. LIMIT', SPACE I - | justify Its enactment by congress.! THIS SECTION 'Luncheon Plaa.edluncheon
E. Gilfond, acting administrator It offers the 4 meeting is scheduled
The hard practicality is that' ; i r----- people a sound and ;
the new courage has been infused J. Gerry Curtis director of operations !i '' constructive program --f throughthe I I ;|(I for 1 o'clock and Julius f'. Stone,
on.the one yefa>d-the new cau-. and Bernard C, DeWitt, di TODAY'S"WEATHER ; employment. tion on the other and both of rector of lubIicity.FERA i.1 FORPATIENTS'I I Il. ] tal-for national recovery as well. NUMBER OF TENTATIVE ,, Administrator will address the
these facts already are having'their I as affording our citizens opportunity SALES ALSO PENDING M.' group. He will give an outline

elsewhere.effect ,on capitol hill and i WILL HOLDSTUDYCLASSES !I NO MORE AVAILABLE ROOM II Temperature'highest I colder Tuesday and in north and with new to and provide modern their homes families and' E. GILFOND ONE OF RECENT -'I,I of the the city historical, reasons for background its decline of

AT HOSPITAL FOR .. ..... ...-.?..............80 ; central portions late tonight. Cold the improvement of existing property '.1 I industrially and commercially, and
1 1J I
A Special CaseIt I Lowest ..... ............._.... ........_.. 72 r --- which has been permitted to PURCHASERS the rehabilitation program whichis

should be understood: that in | INSANE Mean .............................._._..76 1 / deteriorite." I. being conducted by the adi .

holding certain features of the oil) I Normal Mean ..._...........__69 In proclaiming better housing i t ministration as a sociological ex
code unconstitutional the supreme!I i Rainfall II ; week the governor called upon!j I Two more sales of realty in Key periment.

court was dealing with a rather,( Registration: for classes in County Judge Hugh Gunn has Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. i "our people generally as well as'; West have been recently: made by:';: Beginning at 3 o'clock mem

narrow field of litigation. I I i reading writing and simple arith- I been advised by letter from Tallahassee Normal Precipitation_ .05 Ins. all chambers of commerce civic J. F. Dion and a number of tentative bers of the Hospitality Leaguewill
Oil was considered much metic, to be taught under rrrord :.. . strrbMrHdlHK .. sales are now pending
so a supervision that no more patients TfcU rwvrrx. > Hr and commercial organizations,I!I on take the railway men on a
special case when the recovery act'!' of the social service shall be assigned! to the hospitalfor .1 N 'dock IhU m er.lsg.t clubs and other organized groups'; several of which deposits have tour of Key West and at 5:10()
was drawn that a special section'I ment of the Florida depat.t.1 Tomorrow' Almanac 1 been made. !(I
the insane at Chattahooche.1 t fdt of whatever nature to the: o'clock the entire party will' leave
was devoted to it: This section' Relief Administration here will The letter under date of January -I Sun rises ..._......_....... 7:13 a. m. fie 1 fj better housing campaign support that the I i One of the completed sales was for Miami.

went somewhat farther than the'!! take place tomorrow. Miss Nina G. 12, signed by Governor Dave: I I Sun sets ...................... 6:03 p. m. greatest possible made to M. E. Gilfond, acting List of Delegation

general sections authorizing code- '! Kyder announced today. i j| Sholtz points out that the tate Moon rises ................ 8:50: p. m. t.c to our state." good may accrue: FERA administrator in Key West.I j i |Included in the party will be:

making in general. The court felt I Perrons enrolling in the classes has no funds nor appropriationsto Moon sets 8:54 a. m.Tomorrow. Colder RAIN I lie purchased Lots 1 and 2,'Squtrci I I I 0. F. Cooper Atlantic CoaL::
it went too far. The 1 will be able to learn either Span-!I i'1 j ji iract 11, Reynolds street and
questionnow !. add any additional buildings cr Tide wave in extreme north portion ARRANGING j i j 1: Line Railroad; Mr. and Mrs. IL C.
i is whether in later decisions|I ish or English, Miss Ryder said.I(I l wards to the structure for p?>- A.M.\ P.M. Tuesday and in north and central FOR I j I II I, Waddell avenue. Maclellan, Baltimore and Ohio

it will have the same feeling Classes will be conducted for both,' tients. High ..................11:H 11:41 'portions Tuesday night. Hard |i Another eale was made to Harry Railroad; R E. 'Israel. Central

about the other and more general white and colored persons. Any :j i There are at present in the hospital Low.................... 5:22 5:04 freeze in extreme north and BRIDGE I F. Russell. Mr.\ Russell pur- Railroad of New Jersey; Mr. and
clauses of the law. one may attend the classes which I j j more than 1,000 more patients I Uarnmcter 8 a. m., today: freezing temperature probably in OLYMPICi! chased Lot 2, Square 17, Tract Mrs. C. R. Custer Chicago and

The renewed activity and enthusiasm are to be conducted without cost than there were wards constructed Sea level 30.14. central portion Tuesday night. I 17. I II I j I Northwestern Railway; Mr. and
of the anti"new deal- to the persons enrolling. j James II. Roberts local con-) \
I I to accommodate, the letter I -- Jacksonville to Florida Straits:' 'I Mrs. G. M. Sommlow C. M. and
ers" i is based on implications they 1 Enrollment will take place between Shows, and, i it, will be impose. '. Lowest- lliicliqst''tI. Fresh southeast and south winds" Visitors jn Key West 'who play tractor and builder, last week sold ; St. P. Railroad; Mr. and Mrs.! II

read into the court's words; implications 10 a. m., and. noon and between 5 p 11yexsm accept any 1J; more, pat .- I. .italioll-.t Last Night Yesterday shifting 1 ,to northwest Tuesday">f bridge art!'invited to take"' part in'I I I his furnished residence on Coun-}i F. McLaury C. B. and.' 'Q. lUil-

denied by the "new 4 p. m.; and'6"'pn: :. White I rfl t itsfyth) \; safctyi and justice .9{ Abilene: _.-....... 8 52, morning and overcast weather the bridge Olympic whJch'wirt l take'r ty ,Road note. far from the Key: road; A. R. MacCallum, C: C. C.

dealers." I persons should''' register; at thi j (tn elves.: d In Atlanta .._........ 44' < 56 with occasional rain tonight and place in Key West at SiOl: t'j M., II.West-Stock.. Island bridge. This 1' and St. L. Railroad; R. F. Irwin
Almost immediately the effect Harris school;; and 'colored''persons : ::I . : Tuesday.East Februarjr; ]I was, a, cash sale. II:D. L. and W. Railroad J Mr.\ and!
Boston .............. 28 "':32Buffalo" r"l \ \
has been seen in congress. The should register the, Douglas '' .":. Gulf: Fresh southeast; and ', i ii"lj[ ic" Gr. i lt,. up The purchaserer is Daniel Mrs.\ J. T. Van Campen. F: J E.:: C.
school. COLORED:MAN IS. ". _..'. 3G 442' b AIlJElj1CAnWiJc.} New!, '
republican, minority stiffened its ... "I I;: : :: 'h ? ; south winds becoming 't'f'tng rthe of the j Railway
lines overnight. It began an or-1' : Charleston' ,v.___. 62 i, C8 rorthwcst over west 'portion this 1 I l4'e W prld,jail i ffii i be played I, }York-CentrahRaUroad.( who ,has a I j George Savage, Illinois Central

ganizcd opposition to the "lumpsum" DEMOLAYS'DEFER 1 I 1 i GIVEN HEARINGDeputy Chicago '_'_.'". 12 40 afternoon and over east portion' ; 'iri -QO401 I\\S 61i'1e p in all parts residence in 'N w' York which he System; Mr. and Mrs. Fred A,
.. of lhe"world.I will sell and make his residence
plan for public works.! It Russell Louisville and Nashville
I Denver ..............-10 2 tonight.
began to make) preparations to examine -, I t I Small prizes will be awarded 1 in Key West It i understood Mr.I Railroad; Mr. and Mrs. II. I.
I Detroit .......... 34 38 !
oth'r' m. r to the two making the Lawson will! his home hereat
more carefully the SESSION PLANNED! I I Galveston ...... :34 74 Wr.ATIICK CONDI'r1UNSA \| persons occupy Baldwin Maine Central Railroad;
proposals expected soon from the, i Sheriff W. A. Parrbh, m. j best scores. once. D. W. Boston anti Maine
"Havana ............ G8 i i I I Bishop
White House. | -- 1 I of Marathon arrived yesterdaywith I II ut'on:0:: -10 disturbance is central this Application should be made to Railroad; C. II. Kilburn. Michigan
Whatever the justification for I; I William Wilkerson colored. Jefferson B. Browne Bridge Captain Central Railroad E. II. McKcynclds -
...... the Lake region I ;
The Jacksonville NINE
i I regular weekly meeting of j I 62 78 morning over PASSENGERS
charged with cutting anoth.rnegro 422 Fleming street.
Mr. \
its hopes the opposition to Missouri Pacific Railroad
..... Mich.. 29.74 inches. and ;
Robert J. Perry Chapter, Orderof Kansas City -6 16 Detroit. i;i
Roosevelt: did take new hope and !I Herman Carey, who alfowas : 't + Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maxwell\ Missouri
which be held KEY WEST 72 80 I trough of low t'xtends'I
IH-Molay was to a pressure
that always means new effort anil brought to the city. I U" LEAVE ON PLANETHREE I Pacific Railroad Mr. and
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock lias, 'I Little Rock ...... 20 54 southward toa, secondary disturbance COURT MEETS ;
new problems for the administration ; Wilkerson was given a hearing I I I Mrs. Julius Hanna, N. C. and! St.
I been postponed until the following; ,I before Lou Angeles ...... 44 58 ,, on the middle Gulf (coast
I Tuesday ,it is stated. Judge Hugh Gunn and was Louisville: ........36 58 I I New Orleans La., 29.86 inches.! L. Railway; F. C. Lena. National
\ held under bond of $100 pendingthe I I I I i AND ADJOURNS Mexico P. V D,
Railways of ,
Must Be Specific I('I This was done because of the I, arrival of another witness iron: Miami m..........._ 70 76 Precipitation has resulted during! 1 ARRIVE ABOARD AIR Lockwopd, New York; Central
That alone would mt'an. in school final examinations which Minneapolis20 -4 the last 24 hours from the Mississippi -I i I _

turn, a greater deliberation on;:i are being held this wecjc.j Marathon. I New Orleans .... 70 80 Valley and eastern Texas I( CRAFT YESTERDAY Lines; Holeombe Parks Norfolkand '

the part of the administration-|I j I Newly elected officers will be I[ VALUABLE HORSETAILS i New York ........ 36 46 eastward to the Atlantic coast:; Circuit court of the Twentieth MORNING Western; and Railway.F. II.
Mr. Mrs. Heibel
a greater care in its redrafting of II'' installed at the next regular meeting Pensacola .......... (C8; 72 except in the south Atlantic states, Judicial Circuit met this morning -
I Nickle Plate Railroad Mrs. E.LcSueur ..
the recovery act. which is to expire : CYNTHIANA Ky.-Horsetails Pittsburgh ........ 42 48 heavy rains occurring at Galves- with Judge Jefferson B. ; T.
next June. 1 j i St. Louis .. .,, 6 48 ton. Texas 2.64 inches Little Browne presiding, and an adjournment Nickle Plate Railroad H}
when .h. from Miamion
valued each a
were at $100 Arriving yesterday Mr. and Mrs.\ 1.. L. Perrin North,
There is. however, this further:!! GIVEN VACATION KIT in this handed down a I Salt Lake City. 2 14 Rock Ark.. 2.18 inches. Nash!; for the term was cr- the Edna I
court city morning plane were
: ern Pacific Railroad; Mr and
clement : The court put grt'at'!! San Francisco .. 42 48 I I ville Tenn. 1.70 inches and dered.
$500 verdict in favor of a shipper -. Blackley, Dr, Aurclio'Perez:; end Mrs. II. IWeir, Pennsylvania
that when i nr.OOKLYN.-After hearing 40.. Louisville, Ky., 1.01 inches. The
the Seattle 22
point j
emphasis on the tails of five of his animals .u.m'''''' Saunders.
[ Harry \
;> Railroad Mr. and Mrs Wk S.
her husband .............. western high area! WHOLE FAMILY AT COLLEGE I ; ;
congress! delegates authority to:, sentenced to jail 'for"i : having been chewed off dur-: Tampa GO 82 I strong pressure Leaving on the afternoon plane Davis Reading Company;. L., p.
the President, that delegationmust abusing her, Mrs. Helen Olsen of ing shipment. Washington ...... 34 36 now overspreads most sections C. E. Kessniclc, IZobfrtLynch
: were Green, Soo Line; Mr. and 3lr. J.
be specific and must have! this city presented him a vacation i Williston28 -18 ,! from the Mississippi Valley westward PITTSBURG. Kan. Seven Tom Connors, Ed. Sparks,
C. Southern Factfe Railway
and has caused members of 'one family, all female Gilpin,
kit and a book.SMARTEST. a severe
limitations. '
I ALWAYS FRESH I l Arthur Lucas, William de Hoff, ; Mr. and MVs. IL B, N,
WEATHER FORECAST cold wave in the' central Plains and comprising three generations -
Much of the "new legislation
I DEPENDABLE' Edward Kirk, Jesse Jay and FredaJay. Northcutt, Union Pacific Rail-
rushed through con- 1935 DESIGNS AND and west Gulf states and middle are attending the Teach-
was t .
(Continued on Page Four) J In living room furniture. 24 PETER DOELGER (Till 8 p. m.. Tuesday) I[ Mississippi Valley with zero tem- ers' College in this city.

suites high in', quality with a' low Key West and Vicinity: Cloudy'!: peratures southward to northern s
f price range from $-10.80 up to BEERI with occasional rain tonight and 1 I Texas and freezing on the west WARNING TO CRAFTThe I -FOR- road.BOXING

NICE LOT OF :j 10000. Now is the time to buy Tuesday; cooler tonight; much:., Gulf coast Mild weather prevails -. SERVICE

COAST I J a new l living room suite with the I brewed from Highest colder Tuesday; fresh southeastand in the Atlantic and east Gulf weather bureau today FRIGIDAIRE

BANANAS ] I assurance that the prices are the Products south winds!, shifting to northwest -. States, with temperatures 32 degrees -I played small craft warnings dis-I CALL Tonight At laU O'clock ,

I! lowest possible for quality mer- late tonight and becoming i above the seasonal average the Key West district as 9 HIGH SCHOOL GYM

Tift's Cash Grocery chandise. 'I ONLY IOe strong. J|I' in western Virginia. "Fresh southeast and, couth MELTZER MOTOR CO. General AJsausioa 25cj Ring-

1212 Olivia. St. Phone 29 I LONG'S FURNITURE STORE. Florida: Rain tonight probably C. S. KENNEDY. winds shifting to northwest late Phone 377 II id*. SOc +
jan21-lt: At All Vendors ending Tuesday morning; much I Official in Charge.' tonight, 'and becoming strong." t

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ABOUT TOOTING OUR HORNSA ........................ ........................
r1)t Br> tst \ ,'1! VIEWS andREVIEWS ... ,
. KEY WEST IN Today's Birthdavs Notice To Subscribers

Published Daily.' ,'HLUU'Except Sunday O By IXC.I local merchant, talking to us the ...................*....
GONE BY Plea t la
> prompt payingtit TYPEWRITING
P. .AKTM N. rr al..." other day, told us that we did not toot our Dr. William A. Wirt, superintendent carrier wee daliver y..r
From Th Citizen Bulldln own horn enough. lie said that the pub- Happening Here Just 10 Years of schools at Cary, Ind., I WHAT THCV&W \s'fncm DICMT OR seems I paper. He pay Tk. Citite j
Corner Greene and Ann Street Ago Today As Taken From born at Markle Ind., Cl PAPER
lic, especially the advertising merchant I years IS cents a week for tit paper > I
The Filer Of The Citizen 1 I Jacob Viner, economist, University
Only Daily Newspaper| In KeyV>"t and Monroe liked to see in the local paper many editorials ago. I :' of Chicago: I and sell it to yon for 20 I
- cent. Hi profit for Jel'ver-: I
County ; on the subject of trade-at-home, i Dr. Frederick M. Smith of Kansas "The phenomenon of professors tog i ie S cent weekly on each I 1',
West!! Florida all second class matter Wire tappers, confidence men. in Government is i not 75cPackage
Kutereil at Key
that it would be to our own interest to braga City. Mo., president of toe subscriber. If a. I la not paid |{
oily tungutMl jjet-rich-quickers gether new in this country, II
"'IFT"-'i'!' TII 1KRMember : I 1 i Reorganized' Church of Jesus altO-I HE lose :Not' Tb Citi::... j
little more and to cry out, always, and other gentry of that ilk are now it i U taken as a matter of
.f the A..oelated J'r... Christ of Latter Day Saints bornat ...*.....**...........**<,
West in others. of 500 Sheets
regularly, how good The Citizen i is, as a present m Key pretty I: in
the AI'JlCM"latt'.t Press Is exclusively entitled to user I'lano, 111., 61 years ago.
publication of all news dispatches. credited tIt and large numbers. As was pointed I I er little war will put us out of
reading journal as an advertising I -
or not othtrwltt credited In this paper and al.. out in The Citizen at the time the I I i the depression."
the local news publUhed medium. i advance guard of the seekers aft William A. Delano of New Jack Garner Vicr-President: GOOD QUALITY BOND

Liie Year _._.. . .. .....-...-__..KITH._..._...____$10.0. We are inclined to think that perhaps er easy money began to arrive,'1 there York,'Cit Jl: )., noted: ago.architect, bon I much"You bending would over be there surprised is in howl Retting J. L. T. O'Conner Comptroller of' PAPER
MX: Months _...._......n"-_"..-".... Ii.O' our friend be right, but, as always they have come in greater numbers ; years breakfast fire." the Currency:
three Montas! _...................-.- 2C8 than anticipated and the I over: camp "The battle i H being won. We
One _.. .... _. ..._.. .... there are two sides to of -THE-
MonthIVeelcly ....._...-._. _n."n... ."....._.__._.....__..__ .2* every ques- colony of the Wallingford t'P'is i Carveth Wells Westpoit.j' are within sight of the last stronghold
tion. The people of Key West know how increasing: daily. Key West is not: Conn., explorer and author, horn Caroline O'Day, Congresswomanfrom of the depression."
Al)\ iUTll\i HATES! the only city in Florida "enter ''in Kngland.: } 48 years ago. Mew York and artist; AMMAN PRESSCitizen
Mail known oa application.M'KilAI. good a paper this i is. The merchants know .
taining" woe tal'l't'rAs far as I - "There are some beautiful BENJAMIN LOPEZ
All reading notices, carCs. :.NUT1CK of thanks resolutions .frtrptct that advertising in our columns pays. The can be ascertained there is a greater -:| Dr. James L. Robb, president ofi .I head in Congress." I II FUNERAL HOME .
obituary notices, .etc. will be charged for at citizens in Key West have known for a number here than in other I i the Tennessee Wesleyan College, -. Year Bldg.PHONE
Establish 49
::1.e' rate of :e cents a line.i
otters for entertainments by churches from Which long time that we believe in trading at cities. Several weeks ago, TheCitizen !bum at Atlanta. Ga.. 51. years I Bennett Clark U. S. Senator Key We.l'. Oldest I 51
i revenue la to be derive are 5 cents a line. I received information of
.... j!] ago. from Missouri;: : 24 Henr Aaa nlane Sarrfe
The Ct\I. I. an open forum and Invites discus home, where the dollars will circulate -
don of public issues and subjects of local or general the proposed: exodus of this type i "In the last Congress,: we Licensed Embalmer I
.." ,rut u-i it MIII nut puuiisii anonymous communt- among us all, and finally come back hometo of undesirable, and! suggested> I I I:t. Rev. Frank W. Sterrett P..1 aroused suspicion throughout the Pbon 135 Night 696.W
i i-.ns. roost. that cards be printed and distributed i E. bishop of Bethlehem, l'a., horn world, and probably caused the!, .
There i is such a thing as doing too tnd; l posters be placed at at Middleport, N. Y., 50 years( start of another disastrous naval- --- -
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST points in the\ city advising of the ago. building race, by authorizingmore -
much horn-blowing. There is such a thingas presenec of the easy money hunters than one billion dollars for
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN a newspaper making a monkey out of and warning: the public. Later : Zt-lda Sears, playwright and I II additional warships." P & 0

itself in always talking about itself, or in on this paper may have soir.ethinjj I I actress, born at Brockway, Mich., UNITED STATES FAST
startling to tell its readers that FOR
1. Water and Sewerage persistently, parrot-like repeating, "trade concerns Tho Citizen chiefly.A :( 02: years ago.Today's/ I Eliji Amau official of the Japanese

2. Bridges to complete lioad to Main- at home." The job is not performed when t - - - - - - - - -------- Foreign Office: I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
"That the United States poet Effective April 27, 1933
l land. The Citizen prints something on the sub- good idea of the increase in I Horoscope i sesses armaments nearly twice as Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays 12:20

3. Free Port. ject. There are many people who be- the tourist business this year over' ; .....................e.. much as Japan can only be con- 1 I. !!.
that last
of has Lqvn gained
yar; : sidered necessitated by'her intention Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays
4. Hotels and Apartments. come suspicious when the obvious .'-is by iC. C. Symom-tte in ,charge of I Here we find a peculiar mixture .''to extend her aggressive! 9:00 A. M.Leave.

5. Bathing Pavilion i. monotonously repeated. The building" up the jnftkiiaaliot': ,, booth at the station. , Hating convention and witha operations into the Far East." : Key West for Port Tampa Wednesday and Saturdays
i .., ]He inquired of four J jyjtels t 'nllt'ncv to innovation, the life 6:30 P. M.Ticket .
6. Aquarium. of {the trade in this community i is depqiident } i I II I
mid/ iileanell' the following information may be spent; in dreams: unless : *, Reservation and Information at Ticket Office en tieJ
7. Airports--Land and Sea. I upon co.-gpcnttivq, work ,on: :the.. : At the Casa Marina. business .,; &n impetus is given in the direc- I George, Barton Cutten ,Pre\idE-nt'l Dock. 'Phone 71 '
8. Consolidation of County and City part of merchants, )" and the press. : it! 20 i percent better" ; theJ.fIer'ot i tion of achievement of !some of!I Colgate University: ,. i J. H. COSTAR. Agent. ? *

Governments. Let us all do our part, conscientiously mId |ft'rtntl.rcpurts/! .10 ; the;; the; ideas before success slips by. I the"We idiot have than't ken'bett r of care'the of ....-. -- .---- - _ .._.
Oversea 10 percent and the j A managing is needed. I we have
with set purpose, and, in good time, even Panama. !.rll i() reioent. The best part I I I genius; we have coddled the CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

the doubters will begin to think and see of the season is yet to come. Always course today. "You have one of I moron and starved the intelli THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN where the land lies.GOVERNORS. February is i a better) month ; the sportiest courses I have ever 1 I gent." a
for tourists than December or : seen' and when we return within I I KEY WEST
January and the prospects! arc the next few weeks you may 1 le Don Marquis newspaper columnist at at the dote of busmen December 31, 1934
OF NEW YORK that next month will we will be provided with the Comptroller's Call
prove ro sure
WILL always seek the truth and print it I :
exception.At' clubs.! Mr. Hess! arrived in com- I "The capitalist is the re i.l 1 RESOURCESLoans
without fear and without favor; never be From the earliest times the governorsof -- pany with I 11. E.. Cernaey and J'I anarchist.: lie doesn't believe and Investments .... $ 305,639.43

i ................__... 71.61
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; the state of New York have included a meeting of city council F. Poland prominent realtors cl; laws; he believes in setting up his I Overdrafts!
always fight for progress; never be the or- held last night Mayor Frank Ladd !; :Miami and deeply interested in i I own free will to plunder as the Banking House, Furnitureand
among their numJer personages of national formally vetoed the ordinance: land on the keys.In I Norm." Fixtures ............ 33082.33
gan or the mouthpiece of any person clique, of Bonds of States and Pos
as well as state importance. Four
granting the Key West Electric]j sessions of the United
faction or class; always do its utmost for the them, Martin Van Buren, Grover Cleveland company a, franchise to run a bus order that the fans! of Key Robert Hadfield. Munitions States ....___.._... 139370.68
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. line in Key West. After the veto I West may be enabled to be sure I maker: :Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03
of seats for the three-games to be Stock of the Federal Reserve -
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; Roosevelt became presidents of the Uni- lion I' played here between the Married: "We are indeed devoutly thank, Bank .__._..-_... 6000.00
commend good done by individual or '! ful for present mercies, but may Temporary Federal De-
organization ted States. over the mayor's veto. No acticn :Men's basketball team and ih II
I add that for what I hope we are posit Insurance fund 1,954.01
; tolerant of others' rights, views and Two others Samuel J. Tilden and was taken. University! of Havana quintet on
I about to receive may the Lord United States Government -
: February 5, G and 7, it was decided
opinions print only news that will elevate make Obligations direct -
Charles E. Hughes, missed the presidencyby I I us truly thankful.
the few to make the price of admission and
During past!\ days large fully guar-
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise the narrowest of margins. Many believe quantities of mackerel and king. SI I for the series. Tickets bought: anteed ..?......... .......$832.744.73
with principle. that Tilden was defrauded of the fish have been caught, thousandsof for the series carry reserve seat Hiram Johnson, inveterate foe of Cash!" and due from Banks 495168.97 1,327,913.70
pounds }being brought to the I privileges. Regular admission!!; will the World Court:
the electoral commission of
presidency by : local market by runboats. While' be 25 cent the game reserved i) "Joining the court does not/ $1,888,235.79LIABILITIES
Wishing is: safe business if you don't 1876. Horatio Seymour and Alfred E. I feats 50 cents. mean the promotion of peace but .
large number being taken in
are I involve in Capital _-.I.. ....... ,. .. ._. ..:$i 100000.00
invest in it. Smith also candidates for fishermen may us war.
anything were president, the vicinity of Marquesas I Surplus and Undivided Profits _.__ 55,007.42
both being decisively defeated. in the waters near Rebecca !, And still they strive to form :s Gerald P. Nye Critic of the Mu- Circulation __ 100,000.00

Shoal also report large catches.! I basketball team which it is hoped, nitions Industry: i Deposits ._..............._..--'-..__.._......_.._ 1,633,228.37
The person who thinks before he acts George Clinton, who was the state'sfirst 1 will defeat the Married Men's\ ag "This country has altogether I

can make one step do the work of five. governor, became vice-president of "We have only one regret regarding I gregation. Now comes Max Curry too many people who think anoth- 1888235.7

the United States, as did also Governors our trip to Key West, ..I veteran guard, who believes he ......- --
And that is that we did not have' has found the material to organizea
Health ]hint : Don't eat too much. Daniel D. Tompkins and Levi Morton.. : our clubs with us when we started)I quintet to defeat the Benedicts. CIIIIIIIIIIIIA"IIG.b''P. rl.D'II4'II
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Treat yourself to the best but little of it. Other New York governors who at- for Key West." This was said l by He said today he was confident t\ I
tained high national prominence include Walter Hess! today a ('onfirnHtllgolC ,I he could whip a team into shapeto
fan, who arrived from Miarli i I accomplish his purpose and is
John Jay first chief justice of the United
No skin remedy has been discoveredthat yesterday and went over the local petting ready for the conflict. JANUARY
would States; DeWitt Clinton, senator; William j .. .
do -----
an itching palm any good. I ---- - - -
L. Marcy, senator and secretary of war;

W. II. Seward secretary of state under J
America is no win what one might
Lincoln and Charles E. Hughes, secretaryof
call the astronomical age-it takes- at least The Never-Tiring
state under Harding and Coolidge, and PAINT SPECIALS I
ten zeroes to give a figure respectability.! GUARDIAN I
now chief justice of the United States

Supreme Court.So .
O. O. :McIntyre\ the calumnist. reports of your
while all governors of the Em.-
that he "went on a wild chase = ai
pire state have not reached the ultimate = Li ? SHERWIN WILLIAMS METRO-
recently. Still running around in cir-
of their ambitions it that
goal appears OR COMMONWEALTH -
cles. t1\a\\.Off ice is a very desirablestepping TP!! I ICEMAN POLITAN FLAT WHITE WHITE P AI TqrfiL1t :-
t ,

Take time to hear all the advice yourcan u l }pno!. tdf&lghei( \ _*; political flflK'* .efL1tlt! 'k ,.-_....._._ Wio| plppcsaiSJUke! of the clockwork :=- i : . 1 Gallon Cans, $1 50

find but when you make up your mind i. WASTE:; IN SMOKEI r ( $very day year In 1 Gallon Cans, at ...........-........-.. .
..g..Ni(n.| 'jshtF. ..) J.ivitl be s use that your conclusion rests upon I. \ : 'f .'" t Q. = protection? ... .joJ peJl3Uol1..t"....... tD
; I .
your own judgment and good :sense. The: ;Annual. financial I.loss in_ the;United !-. .. .... ICE'MANfOf; Course e, ;. J a I i. /& Gallon Cans, '

States due to 'smoke i is estimated; at v:': .j YOUK..,f'lie : : In 5 Gallon Cans, 1.75 at ....___...._........_.... 80c .:
You can get along and go forward ina i nearly two billion dollars. This does not never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor per gallon -...-....... tD

wonderful fashion by minding your own I refer to fire losses nor to smoke producedby whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents. r

business. The writer once asked a friend cigars, pipes and cigarettes. It i is the

for the reason of his popularity and that amount wasted through the burning of CALL NO. 8 ZILO I IA

was his answer.A coal without conserving the valuable substances -

contained in the smpke. FOR PURE ICE

poet, evidently using the poetical According to Gordon D. Howe, chief Sherwin Williams product that has become very

prerogative, rhymes "babies," a two- smoke inspector of Cincinnati the elimi- I popular in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the fact that ,

:syllable word with "rabies" a three- nation of this waste would save enough it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead

syllable Word. Why should the lexi- money in a year to build a 12-inch con- ICE REFRIGERATORS and Zinc Paint known. A 25 tb can of this product together -

cographers confound us with such trick crete road 50 feet wide from New York to with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for

'lingual idiocy ncracies? Los Angeles and another from Chicago to Made of All Metal-Equipped With pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about

New Orleans. $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares with prepared -

The Tampa Tribune very unkindly The smoke nuisance also pollutes the WATER COOLERSThey're paint costing about $3.50 per gallon. i

refers to Key West as a "busted" city. atmosphere in the vicinity of large coal-

After robbing us of our leading industry burning plants and causes considerable Economical! 100 Per Cent "

through questionable methods, accordingto ? damage through falling soot. I. Refrigeration Satisfaction IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS-15 to 60 Watt I
the ethics of the New Deal which did Mr. Rowe declares that it is a crime I

not exist at the time, Tampa should adopta against future generations to burn coal in I Priced at

more charitable attitude toward a strug- its raw state, and recommends that it be i 2 for 15c H 'I

gling city. be pulverized burned or smokelessly gasified, in and order economically.By that it may. $30 and $35 '

In The Citizen had these methods the valuable
previous ;years requests by-products
for papers during the winter of coal tar may be saved as is already being -
South Florida Contracting & Engineering ft.
months only occasionally, now there are done in many industries. I ............... .

inquiries in every mail sometimes sev- When we see clouds of sm.oke rolling j Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

eral. Most i of them are wanted for the from some factory chimney we are also j I J
Ice Company loci: "Your home is worthy of the best"
classified column or for the realty ads witnessing the dissipation into the air of i ,

prospective residents desiring either roomsor great quantities of many of the most use- II J '

houses for rent and some to buy homes. ful substances known to man. .:IIII.lIIIII .I.1I.1IIIII". 4iir rdd.


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gr.vOPalg: Many 'Srfn.Y Ct: an Impressive array of plugs ant

Trntck. Foi, Jerry*av' co"l01D"Uordawnt and to Romn4f Jimmy -- switches shining from the brick wall i I MEET BUSY BEEs ROOMS AND APARTMENTS, LOST-White Gold Wrist Watch.

\ on Jerry yacht to try for behind It.Molly 1013 Southard street Finder return to Maria

.om.*.information Osborn..tol about. a John valteblaorm Cuban uttered a sudden exclama- .- : OUTFIT dec22-lmox Knowles. 1106 Elgin street and

/ t l la belonging to Uollr.worked tion.-Look at that Nick! It'a exact t - -- ____ ______ __ I receive reward. jan21-2tx
factory at a eMa.BambrUfe in ,a anil deserted then ly like the small furnace father usedto I -- -- ------0- SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.

teas ." 'ctenL The formula dltaffartd. ot?.- have In his laboratory. at home. BOXING CARD TROPICAL CLUB Bethel 2, off Sanchez: 1 ; umpires:i. Tonight at Bayview Park, the All modern conveniences. BROWN TIE with 1933 Class
z.-.rP"N: t Zol';" and Ob. yes-this is where Osborne Gonzalez and Aguilar. Lopez: Funeral Home diamondball Bathing and fishing at ycur Pin, Helen Caviness. Reward
Ntrfe. art :rom, fa examtna 01- worked all right!" back door. Frank Johnson,
toraa workroom. and Jerry ta (a She harried forward and follow In the second game, the Are- ten will cross bats with the Busy if returned to Citizen Office.
SCHOOL Colonial
TIES Building.
try to extract .0. informationfrom SLUGGERS jan18--::tx
tit people VW tckom O.- Ins her down the passage I paused vedo Stars defeated the La Trop! Bee outfit., There is great inter- jan7-tf
lorxe (oara!'tf .( Aambridpe.Chapter I I
for Instant to examine the
an doqr I icals by a score of 9 to 4. It was i est centered in this game, and a POSITION WANTED
which Jerry had presumably left GYM TONIGHT IN SUNDAY TILT I Il FOR RENT
exhibition -Two-story furnishedhome
an game due to the
33 open. It consisted as be had said : i,i good exhibition is expected three bedrooms
THE TRAP of a single slab of solid steel. -- I l lack of players on the Stars' ]j The contest will start at 7 FILIPINO WANTS POSITION.
baths. Apply 817 Fleming
p Judged by Its appearance, theweight nine |I I o'clock due to the boxing card to I Cook. Butler Chauffeur with
TT was the first time Molly and I MAIN CO OF street. janlO-12tx
must have been private family. Peferenre.Ancelmo
At bat Navarro hit
p. a triple be held at the High Shool gym
1 had been alone together sine I I bat the: whole thing was ,so !I 5:2 Elizab th street
BE BETWEEN FARNET AND GAME OF DOUBLEHEADERTO a double and a single in three later tonight where it is expected 'FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5
had said food night to her In the beautifully poised that It swung to on janl&CtxPERSONM
bedroom at the flat The memory of and fro at the lightest touch. CASTELLANO; OTHER GOOD I STARS AT NAVY FIELD times up. Joe Hale and Rodriguez :;! that many of the diamcnd- Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs -- -
Leaving It bait closed. 1 stepped also hit three tricsJ' Garage and Telephone. 514
t ; safely in four ball fans will be in attendance.
that had been constantlywith
moment BOUTS ARRANGEDBy Margaret. jan12
across to the furnace, which Molly! YESTERDAYThe :'
In the Al. Acevedo and
me bet In tie unsentimental was. scrutinizing with rapt Interest. I field F. STOMACH ULCER CS\ PAINS
Acevedo for the winners and E.J f I
atmosphere ot: a snail boat and thetense "Practically a duplicate. she an 1 Rueda and Joe Navarro for the fi i i: KEY WEST\ TEAM AND INDIGESTION victims!,

excitement of our Joint enterprise nounced excitedly I "and. what's ( OSCAR PITA) La Tropical baseball club losers played well. PAID for used furniture. why suffer Fcj.ck_ relief
more. It's made by the same people The is all set for box get free samp'ef Udga
It had trad-ally come to ap stage the Score MIAMI 1013 Southard street a
by innings: WINS FROM
dream. -the Acme Electric: Corporation of ing contest that will be staged at i 1 played a doubleheader yesterday.In Tablets, a doctor' jvefcription,
pear like some remote Buffalo there's the name on that R. H. E. jan7-lmox
at Gardner's Phirraa-y.
the School beginning
High Gym tonight
Whether she! even remembered little plate" the first game they tackled Tropicals 220 000.000-4 9 4

f the kiss she had glen me I was at a ."Money no object.: evidently" I at 8:45 o'clock. The show i I I I I Stars ___. 010 160 lOx-9 15 3i'i I BICYCLESI jan7-8-
which will mark first of the and them toI The Key West baseball team
loss to telL Tired out and halt remarked. wonder what it cost the a series Sluggers played Batteries: Salinero, Sanchez'and 'I I
be under of which left here Saturday morning WE RENT by the Hour, Day or
drugged an abe had 'been. it was Avon fitting him out with all these will ,the auspices a5to5tie. I Joe Navarro; F. Acevedo Se- INSTRUCTION
quite possible that the had acted gadgets. the school and for the benefit of I I villa and Al. Rodriguez. :. over the highway for Miami play- Week. Repair all makes and

merely from an instinctive feeling "Some of them may hate been the junior high. Bethel pitched for the "hitting Summary: Three base hits: ,:': ing a game yesterday with the I paint them with Nu-Enamel. We PIANO-Modern methods; Thorough -

of gratitude and that when she-had here already. This: room was specially The proposed bout between j' Gabriel Sevilla D. Navarro two' South Miami club came out victorious carry a full supply of parts. instruction. Reasonable'
awakened next monJng the whole built for making experiments inthat'a John Nebo and Duke Warren, men",' and Sanchez for the beer ; by defeating/ lliamians Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles! rates. Chas. Roberts Studio,
base hits D.
Incident bad been entirely: forgotten.She obrloua.". scheduled- ,.a.'n1ain attraction ,r .. -*..r t .I : Garcia. Navarro in a score of 4 to 1. I and sell them as low as 1.00 I 61S Margaret Street.jan10.11.12.14.I6.18ax.
boys. C. Hernandez; stolen bases:!I I I
had certainly greeted me "How do you know?".I Inquired. I[ per week. .J. L. ,Stowers Music
.,, William Cates knocked home
uas.cal1e4ofC.llat'It'sterday.'\ because Ubieta 2, Hernandez, Al. Rodriguez -.I a
without the smallest trace of en.barrassment. ""Look at the door.and the thick ', Company. jan18-imo I I
At bat John Navarro and San- I i I which a deciding factor i -
of (Injuries) sustained .hy' F. Acevedo struck out run was ;
and ever since then ness of the wal1aIA/Jen-y.'tal4.: ; ; ---- I I FOR SALE
'she.seemed to tare Included both Just like a prison cell >..ucopld! Warren in a sparring. !session.! I r qhez' hit' two 'rout of ,three: times by Acevedo 1, by Salinero' by!|i I In the victory attained.' PERSONALSGRANDDAUGHTER 1 t

Jerry and myself in a kind cf frank !blow yourself up In bere quite comfortably The bout that promises.. a lot''oftt'tion'is .up for' the" La Tropical and Sevilla 1, by Sanchez 1; bases on This information was containedin i I TYPEWRITING PAPER -.500

and affectionate :comraleship.: which, without hurting the rest of J the"matcVvrr.W. .) r b'7 r V"i Fruto 'hit" two safely. in his two' ba'ls' : off Salinero 1, off Acevedo a wire from Rogelio! Gomez to BESS: If Ii sheets, 75c. The Artman Press

as tar as-appeared ca the surface '.the building - .-..--_._.. together Ofelio Farnet'and, ,YoungCatetfano' I. . :5;; hits: off Acevedo 6 in 2 innings Jose Miendoza; local baseball mam, had only ,known) when I was I aug1
made no distinction between the Well. I'm glai Osborne didn't do (; 'inhe. rnainv'go.\ Castellano -,1 I I off Salineio 11 in 5 innings; your age about Wrigley's
pair of us. anything! so idiotic." I remarked ''has, teen hard'at work for!I, In 'the field Hale Castillo J. time of game: 2:00: ; sacrifice hit: ager.The Key West team is expected) Double Mint Gum, I might still I OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

AU the same as we walked along thankfully.She the past few weeks and announces I'I Navarro and Ubieta played a good Castro; umpires: Gonzalez and to return to the city this eveningover have my own teeth. Grandma. bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office -

the uneVen shore. I found It a trifle! glanced up.'"Why. Nick! It himself} in the pink of condition,I i j gal e. A u'ilar. the highway. jan21-ltx II I[ octl6ELIABLEFIRM
difficult to preserve that detachedand : ( would have served him right and It while Farnet is also in good shape I
alert frame of mind which the would! hare saved: you a heap of for the match. Ca tellano has I Score by innings:

occasion obviously demanded.She : trouble." an advantage on poundage and It. H. E. f161111111111111111:11111111111"IIIG.: r4 j\
had her j Tropicals .. 010 100 3-5 8 2
slipped arm through "Quite 80, I admitted "but as a reach over his much shorter opponent -
mine and the soft pressure induced set-off against that I should never but Ofelio makes up the !' Sluggers .. 005 000 0-5 7 1
such a pleasant: thrill that the have net you." I I'I Batteries: Sanchez and Joe Navarro -
disadvantage! with ring experience.
machinations of Mr. Orloff and his ; Bethel and Vallina.

friends seemed for the moment to FOR an instant her blue eyes rest- I Young Franks!, the popular dogcatcher I Summary: Errors: Machin

be comparatively nnlmnortant.I on mine with a kind of halt: will battle Young Fer-I.i Hale. Sanchez; throe base hit:

felt an almost overmastering grave half smiling tenderness: nandez in another eight rounder I John Navarro; stoVn baces: Joe
longing to tell her bow much I loved then ta my utter bewilderment, her that should have the customers on :
I and John Navarro hit by pitcher:
her. I wanted to sit down beside her whole face suddenly went white and their toes as long a* the bout will i ;
Navarro double play Castillo
there and then on the wet grass rigid. last. Franks in a comeback role ;
i, to Hale; struck out: by Bethel 4,
t and. . "Look!" she gasped. "The door!" look! to be in perfect shape for :
"What are you thinking about, I epun round In a flash but I was the scrap. Those who have seen by Sanchez 5; bases on balls: off Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction

too late. Before I could move the
XlckWith the dog catcher in gymnasium strate the tatics he taught Jack
a guilty start I came back great slab of steel had swung for
remark that the former' Tampa
suddenly out of my dream. ward Into Its place shutting us in I bantamweight champion i is coming Dempsey! which carried the :>eeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeee.eeeeeeee.............
"Lots of things. I prevaricated. ruthlessly and silently,like the door Mantissa Mauler to the heavy. I
"Jerry chiefly. I wonder If we were way of a vault. Almost simultane- back strong enough to give Fernandez I weight championship of the world. PLANTS FLOWERS : DELicIOUS

right In letting him go up there ously I heard the sharp click ct a : a boxing lesson. Franks Because of the change on the : PASTRIES BETHEL'S SWEET CLOVER

alone!" has never had the glory of beating;j (card prices have been reduced to VINES :CAKES andCocoanut SERVICE STATION CONDENSED ,
"1 didn't altogether like It," she key."My God. Nick We're trapped. Fernandez in three attempts but SOc and 25c. The promoters decided AUTO SERVICE :

admitted. "Still we've got to do I had flung myself across the room with both out of the ring for sometime I to make the change ratherthan Plants each 18* : e. ASK FOR IT AT YOUR

something and on the whole It and was already wrenching feverishly there's no telling what may to disappoint the patrons :q : _+ CARS; WASHED -
seemed to be the best plan. I'm sure at the handle. It twisted backwards happen.Kid I who had already received their Hibiscus Plants each 10c25cBougainvillea *_ CARS POLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD STORE .:

he'll bully Mr Cowhand a lot bet : and forwards in my grip but Garcia a smart little tickets. Red or Pur- : 4. GOOD GULF GASOLINE Same
ter than you could." I nothing further happened. i i pie .. 50c to $1.00 J quality and weight as
bantamweight boxer, will match I The scheduled bouts follow: I ---- .-- r e TOP SERVICE other higher priced condensed
"You don't know all my accomplishments. Thrust and strain as I would all his skill Poinsettia Plants 50e to $1.00 e ''
against Young Saundersin 105 pounds. Kid Garcia vs. BATTERY SERVICE'milk..

J perfect fiend. 1 wltb protested.women when can be I'm a my releasing efforts my were hold.useless I stood and staring at last a four-round bout and the Tam- Young Saunders, 105 pounds-4 I Crotons each .--. 25c J : GULF SERVICE WITH A :
Tiger will clash with Jack So- rounds. DISTRIBUTED BY_
pa SMIi.E1
la the right mood. helplessly at the blank. Immovable Turks Cap, each 25 r ? : :
lano in another four-rounder. The 118 pounds Tampa Tiger
She conceit.laughed Nick softly.dear."That's Why Just. Iwouldn't barrier In front of us. Tiger chap needs no introductionto Jack Solano 118 1'0unds-4 I Roses dozen ., ... $1.20 Our Ready-to-Serre Cakes : -0TRUJlUO BROTHERS
your "You have my congratulations ,
local fans who have the I : and Pastries are always fresh! : :
trust you to dismiss a Mr. Trench. The last time 1 called seen I rounds. GIVE US A TRIAL WHOLESALE GROCERY
housemaid-not it she was pretty.I ." on you you. expressed a hope that Kid in action in the school! gym 126 pounds. Young Franks v*. ... South Florida Nursery i Maloney & Peacock :Cor. Fleming and Criaaell Stt. :

produced the keys which: Jerry we should meet again. I trust you several times. Solano is a new I Young Fernandez 122 pounds--8 [ Phone 597 Catherine St. : PHONE 818eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : PHONE 91 : Division and Thomas Streeb :
had returned to me. and opening the are now satisfied. comer. rounds. .

Iron gate held it back for Molly to It was Orlo '. voice, taint but Bobby Waugh will open the 118 pounds. Kid Farnet vs. : .e... :.eeeeeeoeeeeeeINSURANCE...e.....:.......................

pass. It swung to behind us. and. distinctly audible and at the sound show in comic exhibition with I Young.Castellano, 126 pounds-8 i VELECTSEAF6bDSyJewfl.b. :
having tested It to make sure that of those smooth mocking tones a Battling Cuco. Cuco will demon- i rounds: I : PLUMBING : HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

It was properly closed. I followed chill sense of utter despair crept I 2 Ibs. ..-.-.........- 3Se J : .
her up the rough causeway and unlocked Into my heart. 1 drew !In a long -- --- i"": Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ibs 3Sc : : ,

the big front door. breath -I' Yellowtail OB Bone 2 Ibs. 2Sc A

"So it's you. Orloff." I said steaai 'l Grouper, 2 Ibs. .. 25c DURO PUMPS Office 319 Dust Street .

THANKS to Jerry's previous In, Iy "You seem to have a habit of Have installed ..: Snapper, 2 Ik*. 25Metton !\

we were more or turning up when you're not expected. you your-- I. Fish 2 II... 25c : PLUMBING SUPPLIES
less prepared for what awaited us. ." TELEPHONE NO. 1
On stepping Inside, we found ourselves There was the ghost of a laugh.! I SALTED MULLET ROE I : ;,

In an empty circular-shaped "1 keep my word, as you will shortly Electric iiS I Large Select Oysters : PHONE 348JOHNC.PARK : -;). N

ball lit oy a couple of long grimy find out." en'i ; TOM'S PRODUCTS -THE- : Try Your Meals At
windows. The voice seemed to come from I ,
I II fd t
Out of this ro a broad corridor somewhere over my bead and, look- : Kinffiah Mackerel r Delmonico' Restaurant
leading to,trh&t bad evidently been Ing up. I caught sight of a narrow I LifttopRefrigerator I k j PORTER-ALLEN -
;: I B........ Be.
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the brick ?
principal manufacturing room, Iron grating let Into the wall 'f I -R" : :
a large, barn-like structure with a above the top of thi doe f\ I- I" J "I 'is- r J1I --7 *'''. ;, y -FISr '- A >* / :" 1 Six Covrco Dinner, ._ .... '
domed glass reef, where rots. of "Very interesting.aped "butI / !'' : Low& COMPANY; :
v.I. t $ : COMPANYi a ---------- SOe, lie, sad 8! I
stoat wooden! trestles and a pile of take It that you havenl'sh'at tfs op > ; : La>. PHO &,151 J: 328 SIMONTON ST. : !

stacked oenehcs could be dimly discerned In here In order" to discuss your- own- ,.1 .' ;, 1-:' i I ,:.3a7t1 .eee,ee.e.eeee.eee..........!...................$. .e... i.....:...e..e.e..............

In! the Irryl light that filtered jsychology. :. I f,::. .. i :
Our : : -
down from a*>ore. I "That was not my principal ob .i. 1. 5'-'; Reputation is Wrap AARON McCONNELL IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Attention
On either side of the corridor ran : ject.| The fact Is. that you have become : ped in : Housewives!
't very J 536 Fleming Street ;
a number of smaller rooms or of a nuisance. So much so that Only .:,.', I, : To see the PRETTY GIFTS:

fices. 1 find it necessary to put an end to I and NOVELTIES atTHOMPSON'S
"That must be Osborne's workshop your activities. In a few minutes : f! of l : : We are now offering 3

." I said. that first opening on From now you wiil both be dead. 1 : : FREE : grades of

the right. Lft's start there end look Molly stepped forward noiselessly $ ee :
over the rest of the place after" and slipped her ha.n : AMERICAN COFFEE
A few brought us to the "What' the sense In murdering
paces I .
BY US 324 Margaret Street :
bead of another and narrower: passage t us r she asked calmly. "We haven't 1 1111 \

,at the farther end of which we got the formula." S Things that your friends wall -at-- 8 8STAR
could see through an open doorwayInto "My dear young lady. 1 am afraid l IEWELEI\.pp..d.te. Come i in and. tee
the that Jerry I HOLDS ALi THIS FOODI! I them. :
curious apartment you are under a misapprehension. AND ENGRAVER :
25c ISc Ib.
20c and
had already' : described to us. am quite aware that my original assumption 2 t as.doc.moil eggs. 2.J i, m.Ib. ba-rrr Cream ARTMAN PRESS See Him For Your'Next Work : _Your next Lobster Crab Dinner : ,

Like the main room it was illuminated was wrong but unfortunately .*f::;*-cb
from aoove by means ot a you and your friends have down I bftile 1 cbenie.z: bard catsup: Ibf. : ALL PRICES REDUCED :if it is baked and served in our : COFFEE MILLS J

glass skylight, but owing to the fact become a little too well acquainted biccn-5 Ib,.roast 1 bead ..: Citizen Bldg.PHONE Hourst to 1Z-1 to 6Open Giant Scallop or Heart Sea .
that the panes had apparently been with my private affairs. There are lciti.ce: Ib i bis cucumbers : :Shells. 512 Greene S t. Phone 256 J
in imuuctM.* i buachcsletT 51 : :
recently cleaned the light here was Interests at stake compared with puts one your 2 trip: fruit. 2 Saturday NI.ta
home. Icnoo 5j tioxca or.a.*. .............................................. .
of tUes do matter the ....... .. 5
a somewhat ca which not i ..
more satisfactory your 1 par ulid. drttiiec 1 Ib. ..........."............
lard .
tars snap of a finger. 2 eon.raisers. I
1 qt. was.r tule DINE AT J
The principal object which it revealed Penn ,, :
(Copyright 1)H.a Pubrlaktng Co.' t ice cubes-2llbsroisia., ) READPRITCHARD SERVE THE POPULAR
was what looked to my Inexperienced
eyes. like a rather odd i =t S PLAZA RESTAURANT j THE KEY j : DESSERT
shaped electric cooking stove with marl.ter.Unionofficer Jimmy. Fax Ukaa.hand a' I $1.00 per month,until July takes k : FUNERAL HOME i

care of the paymentDon't I' you are accustomed to Royal Palm Ice CreamAm4
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.:...................... cashiered for jI at home yo will find : Dfg.ifi.d Syrpatl tla : Am4 Novelties
I miss the chance have *
li!'ohc 1nK orders.l117Official. the THE PLAZA a novel and ea- : :
> Courtesy
Today In History I best of refrigeration at a joyablo esperieace. I Subscription $2 Per Year: BARBECUES of all kUJ.Delicioti .

eeeee.e.e............... I I : :
figures showing : Sandwidies
1760-First of the famous let- that in past 2 1-2 years American j small cost. I BREAKFAST I:Key West's Only I Sunday LICENSED EMBALMER ,,

ters by an author UH unknown I munition manufacturers had ex. r Paper : COLD BEER
I under the pseudonym "Juniui," ported! to Allies almost a billion I See; us regarding this trial plan. LUNCHEON. Ambulance Serrlc

began to appear in London. Eng- j dollars worth of explosive ma-, SUPPER : Business Office Citizen : BOB'S BARBECUE

land, newspaper i terial. a . LADY ATTENDANT.
-- I The Key West ;Electric Co. i PLAZA RESTAURANT. : B w mr. >. a Wkite at Newton Street I IIOXDAY

17l a-Louis XVI. of France I 1924-Nikolai Lenin. Premierof SOS Dan! Street : PHONE .51 :Pbo. .. MS Never Slee. :. Cwl
guillotined. Soviet Russia, died aged 54. A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager

1863-Maj.-Gen. Fitz-John Por-I Subscribe for The Citizen. '""I'il.lIIIIII-IIIII: ::;, ,' I , ',lj

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SOCIETY :::::PERSONAL: : ::MENTION: : ::: 1 NEW REPAIR MANATMELTZERCO. SUPREME OIL COURT DECISION \VAUKEGAN. ilL Parick' Senator war today Nye than says in we 1917.are closerto

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:-: : : -------------------- Brennam of this city has resigned 'I Congress leaders confident gold

Mrs. Ivan Watson, who was Chester Duval of Miami, .1 (Continued from Page One) as caretaker of the cemetery ban will be upheld.

Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress spending a week with relatives in in Key West yesterday and gress-was even described at the I because he was "afraid oi -

'PHONE 752-J, Miami, returned yesterday. in the afternoon for Miami. I Meltzer Motor Company, lo'all time by .dmini&tration adherentsas ghosts." ChiIdnC0IYield

............*.................................... Edward T. Torres was an arrival Mr. and Mrs. John West arrived distributors for Frigidaire, today I i i meet hastily an erne drawn ncy.Iuch and designed:: of toi it Subscribe to The Citizen. double action to of
yesterday from Miami for a yesterday and will leave this announced that they have securedthe .
Mayor And Mrs. Malone Entertain short stay with relatives: and afternoon for their home in 11 Ji. services of Peter Estanoz I delegated power in the most BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING, V VICKS
friends. ami. sweeping terms. WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. -a'
Frigidaire repair man, who has: Since the is II
court there
With Supper On Saturday Evening extensive I spoke PHONE 152M. dec20 STAINLESS now, if you preftr
recently completed an no disposition among administration -
Henry Haskms, assistant superintendent Miss Rose Camalier, who was
course in the servicing and repair-j! lawyers to continue that prac I.
of who
I lighthouses, was spending a while with relatives,
tl}. yor"and Mrs. William II. Ma- Mrs.I W. P. Jackson Lieutenantand on an inspection trip to points on left Saturday evening! for her ing of all types of Frigidaireunits. !: tice. They may i in! the end, ask I I Fish- Birds and Deer Heads...*
Mrs.\ Robert Kruegar, Lieutenant congress to authorize the Presi- MONROE ;THEATER. Mounted i
entertained I .
evening I '
|.otoe Saturday the west coast of Florida returned home in Tampa. I t.
and Mrs. Bainbridge, Judge I dent to continue to do everything CECIL
at a buffet supper at their yesterday. This company now is in position I Dolores del Rio' in
Jefferson B., Browne Mr. and he has been doing, and more; but TAXIDERMISTFine
home on Division street, and the Harold: Miss Eunice Whyte, admini.-I to !give expert and efficient will MADAME DuBARRY
Mrs. Ballou Mr. and Mrs. ;i they see to it that the grants Work- Reasonable Prices
Oswaldo Carrero returned A
yes- trator's assistant of the service at all times. completeline
occasion: was definitely one of the Julian' Lahgner Mr. and Mrs. are more specific-that they
terday from'Miami where he spent Key West, sailed Saturday eve- of modern tools has been I say J Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra 801 FLEMING STREET
of the season's social I Itivilies. Atherton II. Mrs. Janice more exactly just'-what the cx-j i
,fright spots Ilarlan the week-end: with relatives and ning for Tampa.Mr. . installed in the Frigidaire repair | 15-20c; Night 15.25c : Key West Florida
Lewis Miss Mary Louise Spotts- ecutive can do and cannot do. ,
friends. department.Those I
Cocktails and hors d'oeurveswere wood, Mrs. Shirley Jones, Mrs. work 1-
and Mrs. Albert DiNegroleft :; desiring repair
served prior to the supper Frederick Kirtland Mrs. Isabel Mrs. Frank Papy left yesterday Saturday afternoon for Miamito have been requested to call the repair -
by Rosa and Earl, the priceless Ball, Mrs. Robert Hartman, Mrs. <
afternoon for Miami to spend a witness the baseball game between department, phone 377.
Malone retainers and this servicewas Downing Miss Mary Falk Mrs.
few with relatives.
days the South Miami team and
simply beautifully executed.I' Eola Swicegood, Mrs. Robert T. one from Key West.J. after spending two months with! begOyduJinkeI

as was, indeed, the entire supper. Menner Mrs. Edith Rhodes Foster Mrs. Ledlow wife of Train her parents Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin << -

The gathering was very gay, Messrs. Ralph Gunn, Ray Alexander Despatcher G. C. Ledlow left yesterday S. Rainey of the agricultural Demeritt of White street, ; ;

very modern and very SOPhisticat-1 Anthony Crimi Stanley- afternoon for a visit in department. FERA, left Saturday and other relatives.E. IMITATIONS
ed. Mr. and Mrs. 'Wood, Lieutenant Scott, U. S. West Palm Beach. afternoon for a business visit in I 'DOnACCtE

flair for entertaining, and their I. Navy retired; Frederick Lee Wilson Miami. F. Hughes of Miami, arriv- To get the original Davit 100% Pure Paint

parties are always lovely and successful -l: Parker Leo Warren, Mr. de Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Keathly ed yesterday for a short stay as MADE IN BALTIMORE. n. IFUgrDavie

j Hoff, Ray Bridwell Allan Williams and children left yesterday for| Mrs. Raymond Bethel and Mri.\ the guest of City Attorney J. -- look for 100% Pure Paint has often been .MAD[...
Among those attending Satur-I J. Hunt. Donald Corley their home in Miami after spendi Warren Bethel left Saturday aft Lancelot Lester. ,..pc Parr imitated, but never. duplicated. ..--.c-.

day's affair were: Lieutenant and j[ Mr. Roberts and Mr. Koski. ing a while with relatives in K y ernoon to spend the week-end with t this Label Davis. 100% Pure Paint conforms with :::::._

-- West. I their husbands at Long Key ard Mrs. Claude Johnson, who was if, "KOOU 1' all pure paint Laws and is the only paint! ::::.:;:: :-
I returned spending a while with relatives in OW p that carries a guarantee of purity. _w

Mrs. Robert T. Menner Hostess Joe Hesson left yesterday. u _ Miamj.returned. K t'-yesterday.' .' PAINT =
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'F { < aeitr-I '
tXilIIq;, aftets
|\ At Birthday Party OWSaturday{ ii\ -!! !fir : )Key West baseball Gomez, maager team, of which the: J.1:."G. ''PiodelafHi-w. .. i ift. the .wCba l;.. nsdIoawit..eayeelrPaw. .M.nrLct.r..__...tar....... 4
i'._, r- I office OfiJudge1.luglu, Gnnn,, leftSaturday'evening fjt o.r product *r.juJa.fcV'?* _
.! .
0& .I.. j)' -'a .V t'' d played; ,.South Miami .jestefday in ,
nd ) ', ) ori the Steam f. rbtbert '**
'tv'Ur.c;' JH: tmOJ ;lo1ttDn afternoonto : \ BALTIMORE.MnrG. .
Miami left .
Saturday was Mrs. Robert T. Minnie Porter Harris Curry Harris ,ir Saturday shijr Cuba .where he -' .
guests Tampa
Menner's birthday and She entertained -., Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bryant "rff.'wer' i)f.$ ''teftyestR:.or'11 day vesf,aft: r.r 1/y joint Armando the players Perez.' ....aqqanisd:. !wag to !enter fpr.the Centro:Astartanoio ; C. ROBERTS; : r.ner.Caroline and William Streets,

at a party during the afternoon Kirke. Dr. and Mrs.\ Stephen W. !f< to Miami. ) tal .for, treatment. : %
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at her apartment on Du Douglass Major\ and'1\1rs. W. W. J1'Jtr . 'I ---- -.. ."
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Lieutenant and Mrs. W. P. .. ;r: w1 Mrs. Earl Hathaway ,who -
val street. Rhein >if m. ,! Hatt. tl. S/P."If .. ,; was ',," ;::<1'-', ,
Mrs. Menner. who will be remembered Jackson, Judge Jefferson B. retired. who, with Mrs. Hart,left spending a while with relatives, The Proof Of Leadtrthlo It PrrJorm nt..

for her splendid par-]: Browne, Mr. and Mrs.\ Albert over the highway last week for left Saturday afternoon for

ties during the years her husband : Wheeler Johnston. Mr. and Mrs.\ San Diego Calif., were guests for 1 Bunnel. Fla., where Mr. Hathaway .

was Commandant of the Navy I Stuart Cramer Mr. andIrs.\ a ,short time at the Columbus is employed in one of the large ENDURANCE TiretoneGUMDIPPED

Yard returns each year to Key I Atherton II. Harlan, Allan Wil- Hotel, in Miami. I I packing plants.
West to the great delight of her liams, Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. ---

host of friends here. Her parties]I Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. C. Aubrey Miss Mary Pinder and Miss\ Barbara 1 Dr. Aurelio Perez, who was in TIRES

now, though on a smaller scale Nichlas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albury. who went last weekto Key West for a short stay with I

have lost nothing of the innate Spottswood, Miss Etta Patterson, Tavernier for the wedding of : relatives, returned yesterday aft

charm and excellent taste which Mrs. Harry Prindle, Mrs. Wellington . William Pinder and Miss Hecn! ernoon to Miami on the after ;: Hold All Outstanding RecordsOn

characterized her past grand af- White, Mrs.\ Frederick Kirt- Sylvester at Matecumbe, returned noon plane.

fairs. land, Mrs. James Jones, Mrs. Ella yesterday.Mr. I' Road and Track
Green and white predominated I Lee Cash Mrs. Paul Reuter Mr. C. L. C. Kahn manager of the
in the color scheme of and Mrs. Benjamin Trevor Miss\ For Endurance
and Mrs. Arnold Bennettand I Florida Public Utilities plant at I Safety, Speed, Mileage,
party, and the occasion Mary Trevor, Mr. and Mrs. An- baby arrivals in Key;: West Palm Beach arrived yesterday -
itself much enjoyed. drew Miller, Mr. and Mrs. JerryJ. were Where choice U a matter of Safety demand the
was for conference with Roy E.
West yesterday from Miami for a !i a IL, CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE of the tire that
Invited included Mayor Trevor Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C.
guests :
Lade of the local plant.
visit with relatives and friends. :i manager % performs for champions. Championship Endurance
and Mrs. William II. Malone. Con- Trevor, Mr. and Mrs. Russell .
Mrs. Bennett before marriage wa :I I Blowout Protection and Non-Skid Safety have all been
sul General and Mrs. Carlton B. Johnson" Miss Dodo Johnson Mrs. '
built into Firestone Tires in excess quantities to giveri1ifli1i
Miss Alma Wes; of this city. Mrs.\ John F. Poker who was
Hurst, General Harry Hale, Mrs. Graham Fitch, Miss Hermione I'I you Reserve Protection far in advance of the needs ofTab
before marriage Miss Hattie[ D<%- I '
David Rice, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.I l Fitch, Mrs. Frederick II. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keith and i'I meritt left Saturday afternoon : DESERT. LAKE t I 'AIIiIrI!! present-day driving.

Porter, Mrs.\ W. Hunt h Harris, Miss Frederick Lee. a.k..c'". II.7 a Ma ..&iafi.,
I Mrs. J. Hermann, of Cambridge I! for her home in West Palm Beach Ab Jenkins smashed 77 World Speed Records, traveling 3.000 miles at an average ..arit,. fate CMM Ir.. kaviaf 4ae i.w Plat UM T... a..1.
-- < ----- -- Ohio, were visitors yesterday and I speed'of 127,2 miles.per hour ..... .f y-r car.

Garden Club To Entertain With were guests of Mrs. J. Banks for I i PALACEDouglas
the afternoon, leaving 5:40

I Concert Tea During Flower Show o'clock for Miami. II THE PRIVATE Fairbanks LIFE in OF 1 EQ UIP I TO DAY

Austin Williamson, special passenger i DON JUAN YOU R CAR WITH
I *, Comedy and Short Reel
representative of the
|'t has been decided by the Gar This will make a great

den Club of Key West to hold a the appearance of the city, and } and O. S. S. company, left Saturday -i Matinee: 10.15c; Night: 15.25c
is asked to cooperate in I for Jacksonville after return-i 1I
concert tea on the first day of the everyone this good work.
Flower Show, February 20th, to In the meantime, and as regards -)! a short trip to Havana II EXTRA SAFETY ANDVALUE

which invitations will be issued. the Flower Show, those who I THIS

The !general public will be ad- wish to submit specimens for display AnnouncementOf I

mitted to the show after the first at the show are requested to
day. communicate with Mrs. B. C. MO- EngagementMr. I 'N .

Several prominent and specially reno, Mrs. F. T. Ford or Mrs. J., f.BLOWOUT': ; NONSKIDSAFETY
Mrs. Thompson
selected Miami clubwomen will C. Gekeler. Mrs.\ William II. Malone \ -

judge the yards: on February 19th, president of the Key West I of 1131 Fleming street announce .
and a greeting committee is being Garden Club, is emphatic in her the engagement of their daughter ; -I BAUSCH & LOMB GLASS PROTECTION
Miss Grace Ottilee, to Charles .
appointed to meet these judges on statement that the success of this I tl :\\ .
B. Sands son of Mr. and Mrs. It has been said that no It .
their arrival in Key West. It is re- show will depend to a great extent \ ,\\\,/1" \ 1u
Berlin Sands. Lens be better than the
quested by the Garden Club that on the cooperation of the .
The date for the wedding has glass from which it is made. n.III
Key Westers make a special effortto townspeople in submitting these I I
not as yet been set. That is why OUTHOGONS are
have their yards in the finest!; specimens.A .
made from Bausch & Lomb
possible condition for this judging. meeting of the Garden Club I
glass. They are crystal clear,
There is an extensive: beauti-' will be held on Thursday morning' -
uniform refractive indes >
in I -
fying program being carried out,. at the Woman's clubhouse on Division ,
and dispersion! free :from all
and! there is a drive on to have street at, 9:15 J: o'clock at' c,. S''y 1111. br6V
see striae bubbles .and flaws.
old"and J broken-down fences either I' which all members,, .'arc urged, to 1 tsaocppeet jl
tprn. down completely or repaired. be present.'I.' .' '* c dte otnd 1t tot to l'' 1li I
I (I' w to at0Y DR. J. A. VALDES tiOrthogon i
... at bee't 1 14 ra ,
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th Cteoe Soft-Lite Licensee
Tennis Tea Held Junior Club To oa tier eb br > 'jJ
: 532 'Duval Street
ta' qUA
Here YesterdayThe Be Enterlamtl1.Next I

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fourth tennis tea held yes- Friday afternoon the --

terday afternoon at Casa Marina' Junior Woman's Club will be entertained
exhibited some of the best tennis .
': at one of the regular
playing ever witnessed in Key
West. Curry Harris and Carroll! social meetings of the organization. -

Frost won one set of the men's ., .
doubles, against Ignacio Carbon ell'!' The affair will be held in the :
and Peter Schutt.liss: Clara clubhouse of the Key West Woman's -
and Ignacio Carbonell were victors .
Club and the hostesses will
over Miss Norma Yates and CarIroll {
(be Mrs. Ross C. Sawyer, Jr., and
Frost in a set of mixed()Irs. Edgar Pangle. ] .34 -Since your SPARK PLUGS Siace Water Was Added .Since Your BRAKES were
doubles. Avery Johnson played).
These social meetings are in no.1 _were CLEANED and TESTED? to Your BATTERY? ACCURATELY TESTED?
Henry Epstein a guest of the;
manner connected with the

hotel outstanding and this one game of the proved afternoon.the I business meetings of the organization 9jJ) f Spark pl.f. Iw W.i .-.U w .11.d ...,. Our Ekctra Dj* mU Fw*

Conrad Van Hyning was seen in which are always held .._ wen ..II 4Iirt,. ..4 hl.df.u,. U .tM Br k. TmlMC Eerie f
the second Tuesday of each _mt UII .t a ,.6.e.h.! .
set of singles with Robert Pin-, .*.. nitfir*. Tfcu can .... ,
a month. 'I 1 climate, I* y* r' wI- .act ...J i I i i.. .f ymurWtkci.
I I c 4... p.rf.r.aae.. ..d iiIIi ear?. c-: +-... Lt w Stay .. laa .*f. t
der.The games were greatly' enjoyed! .attM ea..Gaa L.t.a Ut d u 4 iI .... '... .-.t.. 7..r' b./-" a'dwiJt Sr.. k... ...a !
I Hospitality Unit ... ,. tale,. I fete .
by a number of Key West tennis 7. spark pl> -Ury. r

fans and winter visitors. To Hold Meeting

i Fine TackleMade
Fishing -

Fashion Show I A meeting of the Key West There;.is KO[ CHARGE: for i m&l IOT0 and t ,INSPECTION I SFRVICE-Come in TODAY I

Board AssemblesThe Hospitality League will be held
this evening at the
Public Libraryat By-

Advisory Board of the 730. All members are urgedto *****Listen to the Voice of Firestone-featuring Richar'd:l Crooks, Gladys S worth out'

Fashion at which Show time final met this plans morning.were Many attend.matters of importance Pflueger, Yom Hofe and South BendFOR and Nelson Eddy every Monday night over the NBC-WEAF Network. A Five-Star.

:I will be discussed at this meeting, Program. -
made for the show to be held next
; including plans for the furnishing EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH
Sunday afternoon at Casa Marina:
of the Hospitality House.EGEMAITCHIHG.
at 4 o'clock.Many I I .
Sec Our Complete LineThompson's .
lovely re:;vrt creationsare '

being assembled, and will be f PAUL'S TIRE SHOP. .

modeled by the leading young ,J .
socialities of Key West. A special Quickly soothe burning Hardware StoreCAROLINE .'

Musical program will be presented -I torment and promote healini oF RAYMOND CURRY, Manager .
during the show Casa irritated skin wlthIResinol'i.- STREEET

Marina Orchestra under the direction ' FLEMING AND, GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65 ,, :,.z-.. >.

of Richard Principale I ..< ,\ ... '. :{.. '.
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