The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00411
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00411
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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-I Associated Service.Press Day Wire I tE; ttj jczt" ( I Key West, Florida, has the ;oW

be Ctttjen most equable weather in the

For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key to West the F ? couuuy; with/ average

t _ _ _ _ range of only Fahrenheit
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New Democratic Floor LeaderOf I FINE ANGLING Contingent Of Railway Agents ELKS LODGES' -I!Big Problems Beset Capitol.

I House To Have Prominent I I AT'FISHING LONG KEY(CAMP J > .; \\: Express Greats:(Pleasure With S-. BEGIN COMMUNISM CRUSADE I I But It's The Money Question

Place In Legislative Issues SAILFISH AND OTHER BIG Stay In Key West (tYesterday PETITIONS ARE PLACED IN I I That Attracts Chief Interest

-- I I
CAME SPECIES ARE AMONG We have enjoyed ourselvesvery ''Mr. and Mrs. Stone was one of- HANDS OF VARIOUS OR. .. -

Health Of Solon From L I'CONTINUE LISTING CATCHES REPORTED AT much during our trip through I the items of an interesting Sight-I CANIZATIONS THROUGH. 'I11111111.i Bonus, World Court, Relief
I seeing tour of the city
KEY RESORT Florida and today has been an 1 FIRST COMPLAINT
Alabama Now Causing MEMBERSHIPS IN I made following the luncheon.1 OUT ENTIRE COUNTRY Program And Many
eventful for all of Our i
one ui.
Members of the
Key West Hospitality i
Some Apprehension Of stay in Key. West was made I Other Issues Have Become
RED CROSS DRIVENAMES (Special to The ('UI...) League furnished cars FOR FIFTY YEARS -
Petitions now in the hands of
Future ActivitiesBy LONG KEY FISHING CAMP pleasant in many ways by the for the tour.Members I

I Jan. 23.-Fine catches of sailfish people and we leave carrying de.I of the party were: I 1,400 Elks lodges throughout the I After receiving The Citizen Secondary

OF LATEST ADDI- and other big-game species including O. F. Cooper, Atlantic Coast j I United States call for "the flami I uninterruptedly for the

HERBERT PLUMMER TIONS ANNOUNCED IN COMPILATION one unique feat in sailfishing, lightful memories of a most enjoyable Line Railroad; Mr. and M "S. R. C. i ing spirit of a crusade" to eradicate -;:! past 50 years, Louis M. Johnson
WASHINGTON Jan. 23.-The are now reported at the Long Key visit. I l\I..c1ellan. Baltimore and Ohio I I of 608 Angela street had .. .
Communist and other subl Railroad R. E. Israel. Central!; ; .
CARRIED ON BY ; ,..., .... ..
health Fishing Camp Long Key Fla., as So spoke O. F. Cooper advertising occasion to make his first I. U .( >
of the new democratic floor Railroad of New Jersey Mr. and!
; versive influences
from the I
: coun
VARIOUS COMMITTEESLists anglers continued to arrive and the agent of the Atlantic Coast, Mrs. C. R. Custer Chicago and!,l I complaint Monday. becauseof In spite of all the talk about the

leader of the house-the broad- season approached its peak. Line Railroad, one of the hosts of I' Northwestern Railway; C. M.\ and try. I nondelivery of his copy, wcrld court, the bonus, the social

shouldered, one.time star footballplayer I Fifty-two barracuda largest the Florida trip of the American! I'St. P. Railroad; Mr. and :Mrs. II." Michael F. Shannon, Grand Exalted II and personally called at the
of members the F. McLaury C. B. program and the problem of relief -
joining and Railroad
I number of thiavariety ever to bertakerwl Association of Railway Advertising Q. : Ruler of Elks, has launcheda office to do so.
,, William. B. Bankhead ofAlabama..mayup1aya nt ; A: R.lacCallunt. C. C. C.! *
y National Red Cross MembershipD11ve i i f- here 'in a. single seven-day Agents, which arrived" the and St Railroad; R. F. Irwin. memorial to congress to. cover 'While 'in the' office Mr. it the'money: q'alttlon which

vital ,partin .. 'are still being compiled and 1 period,.were brought in, and many Steamship'-Cuba f ronv Tampa'''yes-D; L. ahd W. Railroad; Mr. and'!; eight points of legislation,' 'as'fol- Johnson 'made!!' the1'statement *' 'l W'f' eiiiple tL "tiid4ai'eJ 'pn-

the. administration's.plans' dur-," kinjjfish, amberjack ad grouper terday morning and I after1''spend Mis. J. T. Van Campen F. E. C.I :lows: that rter'reading the paper. 'nidi'ofWi Kin'gfoiiTo'aeeVn'and'speculation. !

the following names are those of I were accounted for. ing the day in Key West, 1 Mft.in Railway. | Investigation of all ''subver for half a Century he found
iug the present congress. I ''George'1 Savage, Illinois Central .
the latest additions to those heretofore 1 A number of the catches were the afternoon for Miami.1"* t t.! sive activities by the departmentof 'Unpractically impossible tog .
System,jv Mr.- and Mrs. Fred A)! .,
.. .
Stricken the 'Jay ke was the justice with 'ample funds '
the work of Joined -
I published" I newcomers By VanCnpe1' RussellLouisville and Nashville : provided <*"to Sleepwfthoutl1i'avini? ; SiiInt1J iot5thfed"jIocipatness

chosen second command of'the I tanks of ocean anglers. ; Mr. Cooper was joined in his Railroad; Mr. and Mrs. II. L. to furnish personnel and read"-it. thin *we're
II Mrs. James Adams Miss Leila I gs ri'rouilnV'! l la ose"l>usi.
I Arrivals of the week included:i words of'' praise of the visit to Baldwin, Maine Central Railroad; cover expenses, with discretionary I Mr. Johnson also'! said he
huge democratic in the I
majority :!I Pitcher, Mrs. J. R. Stowers Hilton Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Niggeman, Key West by J. T. Van Campen D. W. Bishop. Boston and Maine authorities to publish facts con had watched the fluctuations and industrial interests who

house his intimate friends while I i I of Clayton, Mo., with their daughter Railroad; C. II. Killmrn, Michigan cerning individuals or organizations '
the r
of Florida in
I Kemp, Miss\ Eliza Gardner. Miss Miss Grace D. Niggeman and advertising manager Central Railroad; E. II. McRey- .I the paper from a news can do most, if they will to helprccovcry

not alarmed unduly, expressedconcern. i i' Emily Ladd Miss Mollie Parker,I Mr. Niggeman's sister Miss Jane East Coast Railway, the other nolds, Missouri\ Pacific Railroad; seeking by either to overthrow force or the government vio- and sic* standpoint; when it <<; Business men
Fox Shoe Shop, D. Aronovitz, G. Niggeman also of Clayton; host of the party who was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maxwell Missouri lence. I was of 8, 10 and frequently

I Mendell W. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Shrewsbury by Mrs. Van Campen. Pacific Railroad; Mr. and 2 12 pages, with full Associated that from t.ea. three causes
Wm. P. Kemp. I Outlawing organizations
During the last session he was J I From the naval station: W. I of Key Gardens, N. Y., and I During their luncheon meeting Mrs. Julius Hanna. N. C. and St.J having for their purpose the over Press service to its present arose nearly all' of the suspicion,

stricken on the floor of the house!I Jackson R. B. Brightman, M. B.1 P.!. their sons Raymond and Gerard; the visitors were addressed by Alatone L. Railway; F. C. Lona and F. throw by force or violence of the size of 4 page and realized hesitancy and lack of confidence
I j John Kabel of Dayton 0.; Mr. I Railways of
and forced to be absent for some!', Brindle C. E. Howard, W. II.: Col-i!i I I and Mrs. Henry Guggenheim ofI Julius F. tone, Jr.. Florida: Emergency Mexico; P. V. D. Lockwood. New American ment. constitutional govern that these change were due which stood in the way of a reallyconvincing

i! lins L. M. Pierce, J. E. Lewis B. !!I I New York; Newton B. Castle and Relief Administrator, who York Central Lines; Holcomb 3-Making it felony to advocate to the support given, or with
time. His latest illness, while de-] ;>. Benedict L. Miller of Rochester, outlined the story of Key West Parks, Norfolk and Western Rail' a held, locally upturn
; II. Lowe, Wm. Miller Huel Mora ( promote or encourage such
rcribed as of not a serious nature 1' Hilary Crusoe Bessie C. Russell :i IN.. Y.; Mr. and :Mrs. Russell Law I and gave particular attention to way.Mr. overthrow. i' He further realizes heaid One thing was the prospect of
J of New York with Miss Letita I the reasons for and accomplish and Mrs. F. II. Heibel, I I
I Charles T. Hall J. L. Tippin E.I*' : ments of the rehabilitation 4-Denying the use of the mailsto I that it Is not the pub. another unbalanced budget. One
was not takeVi lightly in view of, Cahill of Washington, D. C.; and pro, Nickle Plate Railroad; Mrs.\ T. E. such
: E. Riles. : I gram. LeSueur Nickle Plate Railroad advocating i lisher but the communitywho
; Victor Kauffmann and C. E. Nelson ;
the demands be made him overthrow or affiliated with out was the dispute over the future .f
to on i Following are members of the :' editor and Sunday editor, respectively Visit Stone's Home : Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Perrin. North- law organizations. I is responsible for the

during the coming months. i I IBankhead colored colony: Irene Newbold, ;' of The Star Washington -I I Calling attention to the many:jern I II Pacific Railroad; Mr. and' 5-Prohibit interstate transportation -I_paper. NRA. The third was, uncertainty
'>. who joined their friend. Gilbert attractive and interesting old 1 Mrs. II. L. Weir, Pennsylvania
: such
is cast for one of the Florence Morse Ellen Skinner, B. Perkins, of Saugatuck homes in the city, Administrator Railroad; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. of publications. :"'.4T.I".4T JfII' 11.4fT. : ever the currency tituatioo.
most important roles of all in this\1 j Alberta Carr Emma Thompson, Conn. at the I Stone invited the visitors to stop Davis Reading Company; L. p.I' 6-Making certain the deportation -I. '
session of congress. It's safe to say!: Alice Burrows Marian .Burrows I camp. J! at the home he and Mrs. Stone Green Sou. Line; Mr. and Mrs. J.tC. of aliens seeking the over Recently two of these factors

the White H
as ofuacx.-JJ! n.on-cap-J,l Luciana Gonzalez, MaryCarey PLANS<< FOR OPERASHAPINGUPWELL i' and .there they-had..azuopportunity fWay, ; Mzand .}[rs.. JI. 4 B*. N. ment. I t'- ,, .,
T Into 'te'United Busings -
Beatric Gibson and Annie -Denyin"ertry' !; "gttiefaj" has acccpte
itol hill in the working out of its of seeir.g the interior of at least Northcutt, Union Pacific RaiL DEMOUTIONWORK I
iegislative program. I I Carey. ) !I lone home on the island. i iI I road; D. W. Wilder P. and O. S. States of aliens known to the new unbalanced' budget 'withJ
be of with I
out harmony the Amer.
Spearhead Of House ; I The stop at the residence of S. Company. j I out great protest, generally, con
i I ican form of government. ,
lIe will be the spearhead of the MAKING PLANS I I :0.--- __.__ j j 8-Providing for revocation MEN FALL FROM ATHLETIC, ceding It to be Inevitable. Fqrthe
democratic attack in the house. naturalization I I consultations have relieved concern .
of naturalized citizens -
Personally popular-his popularity FOR ROOSEVELT I ALL MEMBERS NOW GETTING advocating overthrow 'or I CLUB STRUCTURE BEING in many quarters over the
was shown when all geographical I i i TODAY'S I
lines were forgotten in his eleva-! THEIR PARTS IN r WEATHER 1 change force of violence.government through I TORN DOWN remaking of ,NRA, and business

tion to floor leader of the ma-i; BIRTHDAY BALL! READINESS I II ... -J !I The or determination for this move I seem to have greater confidence
!I Ia it will get something* like what, it
jority-an able }parliamentarian, l I _____ I Temperature strong northwest winds, diminish'r came with the full knowledge the.
quick thinker on his feet and a ; While working on the demolition wants.
-80 ing late tonight. i subversive interests are being al.1
S master strategist his presence on j |I Choruses and principals in the ,I Highest ---" ---- ---- The third of the three problemsthe
j PREPARATIONS ARE WELL I, I I I I Lowest .: .:::::-.-<>5j Florida: Fair and colder, cold lowed to grow and spread project at the Athletic Club '
hill at crucial moments is considered "Pirates of Penzance the
the ; cast of
problem-alone remains -
I Mean ......72j wave in northeast and central t ed by official action of. uncheck.1 money
imperative by the admin I UNDER WAY FOR BIG staging of which will start festivities -j j Normal -Mean-- --.. -- -......._70I i iI tions and much colder in extreme por- eral government and that four men of the FERA forces fell critical, and it has grown
istration. included in the celebration of 1 rather than better.
I south tive bills of two sessions of worse
EVENT TO BE GIVEN AT I I Rainfall I portion tonight; Thursday. con- to the floor when one of the beams
Bankhead has of calling "La Semana Alegre" next month, Money Nervousness
a way have been diet t
Yesterday's Precipitation .03 Ins. fair colder in south portion. Temperature grcss permitted to
ruffled nerves. An able orator-I I COUNTRY CLUB are working each day and are rapidly Normal Precipitation .... .07 Ins. 20 to 24 degrees in extreme | in committee. f gave! way today. Supreme court consideration of
he boasts with a twinkle that he getting their parts in shape.I ThU rrrurd .t.,.rr.. :71-boHt iirrluj north. 25 to 32 degrees in j I A challenge to all units of the e the gold cases, while it greatly
learned how to speak by deliver The Gilbert and Sullivan operais I I rM.ll.K Hi M n'elwrk Skis iu.....I.r;. central) portion and probably lightto I; Order of Elks came in the form I Ij The men are George Roberts, increased interest and speculation

ing orations over the graves of I I Pieparations aie going forwardfor to be staged in the open air !in I I Tomorrow' Aluianacj heavy frost in interior of ;extreme -j j of a resolution from the Elks of Robert G. Watkins Frank Perez on this subject, byno means was

Confederate soldiers when a the President's Birthday Ball the full of the moon, Tuesday I Sun rises 7:13 a. m. south portion tonight. Con(Concord. Mass., whose home stands! 1 j i the only factor in that new periodof .

young lawyer in Alabama-he has I i to (be held at the Country Club on night, February 19. From then on, Sun sets .......... 6:06 p. m. tinued cold Thursday night with j almost on the spot where "the em. and Victor Watkins. Directly' afterward money nervousness which griM!

the faculty of jumping into a the night of January 30 and tick events are planned for morning, I Moon rises ...............10:30: p. m. temperature freezing, below in battled farmers stood" on that ped the capital and many of thJ
breach and saying the correct ets w ere placed on sale )'yesterday.| afternoon and night through the Moon sets .... 9:53 a. m. I interior of extreme south portion. memorable day in April. 1775. the. accident ?they were world's principal. ,market place!

thing at the correct time. Those having: tickets! for! sale! : following. Sunday. Tomorrow's Tides Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I The citizens of each community '- taken.'to. ). !cali ospii l... I:fopn\after Jbe ppeajlng\ ; t !qjncw
:"Bin" 'Bankhead ''he''is 'familiarly I IJj j I Adrian J. Dornbush is general I are to be'afforded the oppor- J J.I U JU I."C. ; I .
a are W. W. Domeritt B. L. Grooms, I A.M. P.M. Frejh to strong northwest winds .- '! year.. . n wonfil.. [ ::i

'known to all l 'of his ''Col' l- R. :Valde*, B.,0. Papy, ''Mrs.: G. I Ii ,I I Z tfir ctor of ,the, "Pirates. and of Pen'nce" Miss-'!High .....-.---........ 0l8': .. '1242 diminishing.'late .tonight and fair j tunity of thus indicating- to.,thej!r ,ThtfCiiiuni'u.told.. .i ., ,''tiy.Dr..lI..." '.,>! II I:1 :The .gjold J.JiUg.atifn pyofvdj f (jr
leagues'his i&vc'd t"he'face' of his i i N. Goshorn, president of the. Key j 1 presentation, Low . 6:20"' 6:38 w,",*. her tonight and Thursday. I congressmen and senators.the con\* c. Ga4y: that'! i Roberts i ,; t ,).may have a 'rcctly only,thaUection. !<= II11fH\h! \ *l'Y
party'in: :' the';''hbu.c' ''more1 ,than, Ii I I West Wopman's Club; John hinder 'Edna'" Smith5musi al director. I:I Barometer? at 8 a. in., today: Ea t.Gulf; : Fresh to strong' elusion that the f time, is at ,h.a'n'dto I i I making t Si no longer necesaar.f.y.
oYiceV-. y I!I post commander\ American Legion -!I.I "individual choruses meet vir.' Sea level. 30.06. . '' .' northwest winds diminishing late :. enact such legislative measures fractured' rib.:' The' others! suffer; I the o.Yr! n .p. ..priy flel>t.
'He'avV'BUrJen.' Kg' Stick !! |I IS ; E. A. Strunk, president Ro- tually' every day:and most nights _1'I tonight and becoming northerly as will permanently remove ...the' ; '" I!ors to Pl'>: g {ol4 bonds! J1 .l Cfd.!
''lie'will'be'; ; of'special i value tithe during the week so .that the pre- ; menace of those 'who seekj tj ed bruises,and abrasions: '. '. I <<4inyo'lve exc: pt b7tlonard
]1 tary Club; Mrs. O. S. Long, sponsor : I/wcct 1itiet I Thurday.VRATIlCI. I ; e I I . ? : :!ti
admmiitratwn( in the' coming' j j for the Junior Woman's Club; scntation will jbe a finished one.]I I _tztIton1.ast. ,. Night Yesterday.1I overthrow of the governmentPetitions : ; :' ". : Indirect rlatioriahip was
months because he is popular with ;: l The orchestra: pirates!'! and girls I have been received by I the broader field of dollar devaluation. -
W. Harris.
Curry {1 I'Abilene ............ 30 54 ( CONDITIONS I
all factions in the party. j I i It is the understanding that the are rehearsing separately tonight W. Curry Harris exalted ruler, I Whatever the court mightdo
Soon or later, most observers above mentioned will distribute -I and tomorrow night the entire!r Atlanta ..m......_ 22 44 The southern disturbance is I B. P. O. Elks. 551, Key West. and about the gold clause there

here believe schisms and divisions I, tickets to persons others to assist ;; cast or all persons in the first!'i Boston ...-......... 16 38 central this morning off the North will be advantageously placed inI I t would remain on,the one hand the

are certain to crop up among the in the sale.COLORED. i act, are to gather. Tomorrow aft- I Buffalo ............ 18 24 Caroina: coast Hatteras'29.72 inches the city for signatures. I demand that the government immediately -
Bank- !! !| ernoon, the chorus of girls will Bet a stable! value for the
in the
322 democrats ] Charleston ........ 46 74 and pressure is low over the

head task will be it will the man be to whose guide ddi.I the I I MAN meet at 4 o'clock. I I Chicago ... ........ 2 18 Carolinas and Georgia; while a VISITOR LANDS i NEXT REGULAR MEETING TO I r dollar.agitation and for on Inflationary the other hand actionof the

cate Denver .............. 18 54 high pressure' area of great magnitude the most energetic kind.
footsteps of the should recalcitrants the in : CUBA CARRIES I I Dttroit .......-...-- 8 20 crested over the Dakotas LARGEKINGFISH BE HELD FRIDAY Quite aside from the supreme
the they go. grease :\
way TO FACE TRIAL overspreads most other sectionsof I
wheels of the legislative mill and I: I I Galveston ..-.-. 32 ,38 NIGHT court proceeding, powerful business -
PASSENGERS1Steamship the country, Huron, S. D.,
bring the harmony which is necessary -;'i _____ 94 Havana. ..,_...._ 68 :00.90: inches. Precipitation has occurred I interests were asking that the
obstacle -
to get things done. ; .! Huron .._.........--18 4 during the! last 24 hours in OTHER SPECIMENS ARE TAKEN president remove the third
He carrits a heavy burden and, ,I CURTIS DARROW HELD UNDER Jacksonville ...... 40 74 the middle and south Atlantic and Stamp collectors in Key West of which they had complained dollar

be it !said he carries a heavy stick CHARGE OF AT. I Cuba sailed yesterday Kansas City..... G 32 cast Gulf states, Tennessee por- BY PARTY IN LOCAL organized recently and formed the and ay definitely that have the -

and knows just when to use it. I't' KEY WEST .... 65 80 would henceforth a certain
afternoon for Havana with tions of the Lake region and northern
West Philatelic with
WATERS value
j Key Society
His loss even for short inter- TEMPTED ROBBERY I 86 first class passengers eight Los Angeles .-. .. 54 68 Plains States, and on the value In gold, and that

vals, would be felt seriously in I second class, one automobile one I I Louisville .__.._ 20 28 north Pacific Coast being mostlyin I t headquarters at 729 United street.I would not change for a .certain

the house.MISS ton of freight, and 125 sacks of I II II Miami -............_ 60 78 the form of snow except along On a recent fishing-trip made i iI ;t The next regular meeting will be ffxed period-*ay. three years.J &
president rea
I j I Curtis Darrow colored, charg- mail. Minneapolis32 -4 the Atlantic coast, in the Florida by Mr. and Mrs. John Mulholland | held there 7 o'clock Friday night.f Why was the' '"

E. WHYTE !!I ed with attempting to rob the cash']I i Ferry Palma! arrived :yesterday I New Orleans 26. 32 peninsula,>> and orr the north Pacific I I I of Milford, Delaware on the|'t' The president will give a brief ant to take had a step b'een for'Jtrhfcjr promised: 150
register at the store of Lee Baker'' New York _._.... 24 38 Launch very much'
', from Cuba with one car of tomatoes coast. Colder weather has spread Mary'with Captain Baker informal talk with, "Women Depicted -- -
: on Fleming street yesterday, was 80 sacks of .mail, baggage Pensacola ...__ 20 32 eastward over northern Florida Mrs: Mulholland succeeded in!f r.
I dAFTSmall
AWAY ON VISIT' arrested later by Constable Ray<1 I and 10 empties. : Pittsburgh .,.._., 20 28 and temperatures are much below; landing a twenty-five pound kingfish on United States Postage WARNING TO

., I El wood. I II II !I Steamship Ceiba, of the Standard -'(St. Louis _-._ 14 22 freezing over the northwest portion besides catching a number I!I Stamps." -
-- I I lie was taken to the county 1! Fruit and Steamship company Salt Lake City. 20 32 I of the state Pensacola reporting -- qf other'specimens! In previous I I I Visiting philatelists are mOlt craft warnings were ordered

Miss Eunice Whyte, former executive : jail and held pending preliminary: is due to arrive at Key West Fri-:II Sen Francisco 46 54 a minimum of 20 degreesthis write-up the correct weight of the 'cordially invited to attend this Ifr a. nv south of Virginia

assistant in the Key West; : hearing in the court of Peace Justice -,I I day. take on fuel oil at the Pori -Seattle _._ 44 50 morning. Temperatures have fish was not given, and in order Ito j I meeting and to bring their duplicates ( -I Capes to Key West and north of

administration is spending a vacation -:I Frank O. Roberts this after-: ter Dock company and proceed to Tampa ....._..._ 54 74 moderated over the west Gulf give the angler full credit, the for exchange. Key West to Tampa. A disturbance
with relatives in Tampa and : noon. !1 Frontera, Mexico. Washington __ 26 40 states and middle Mississippi correction is made herewith. 1 I I. central on the North Carolina
Sebring Fla, i Williston40 -22 Icy but another severe cold \al-I Mr. and Mrs. Mulholland. who I SPELLED.CORRECTLY S coast will move northeastward

Miss Whyte was assigned by the .t NO HAPPINESS EAT DURING FIREI _i m__ S is moving in over the have taken up their residence at I I I and be followed by fresh to

FederaV Emergency Relief Admin t i WEATHER FORECAST Plains states and upper Mississippi 313 William street, are very much j]( DETROIT-The life ambition strong west shiftIng to northwestII

...jstration.for temporary secretarial CHICAGO. Testifying thatI YORKVILLE 0.-The fire Valley, with readings 30 to 40 pleased with their stay in Key of Joseph Aledasnabaladiedoescheda I wind this afternoon and early tonight -

service with Julius F. Stone, Jr.. I her husband.beat her Mrs. Caroline l I company of this city extinguisheda (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) degrees below zero in Minnesotaand West and expressed themselves. as , of this city, has been II I diminishing by Thursday.
Florida administrator. After visiting , Shalton of this city said: "We fire in a restaurant with such Key' West and Vicinity: Fair North Dakota.G. being especially delighted with the achieved. He has succeeded in warnings displayed from

in central Florida for a time'' women marry for happiness andI ![ efficiency that patrons kept right and much colder tonight; Thursday S. KENNEDY fine fishing to be found in local getting his name in the city directory -f Virginia Cape to Eastport,
she will leave for Washington. I I get hard work." 1 on eating. fair and colder; fresh to I Official Charge.j waters. i I spelled correctly. 'I I Maine.



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BONUS PROSPECTS ........................ ....................... I -
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.. KEY WEST IN Today's Today's BirthdavsI STEAMSHIP Co.

I'ublisbtHl Dally Except Sunday By Despite the willingness of the country ...... ..... I P&O
L. P. .AUT"' PrnUrmt.Prwra to do all that it can for the World War George McManus of Beverly MAIL ROUTES FOR

The Citizen Building veterans-and they deserve every possible Happening Her. Just 10 Tears .a... hula, Cal., cartoonist creator of
Corner Greene and Ann Street consideration-there is little possibility of Ago Today As Taken From I 1744-Joshua Qaincy, Boston : "Bringing Up Father," born in PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST Effective INDIES
J April 27. 1933
The Files
Of The CitizenGame
Only rally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe the payment being made in the immediate lawyer and patriot born there. St. Louis. 51 years ago. Leave Key Wed for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20 1
County. I I Died April 26, 1775. i I'. M. ,
I future, despite the fact that a Congres- fishing is being I Green II. Hackworth of Kentucky Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday, and Saturday
1.tprf".1 at Key caret Florida aa second< class matter 1 1t'IfTYSIxTII sional majority is in favor of the paym.ent I by many visitors and daily enjojed -1 1761-Richard Alsop, poet and legal adviser to the U. S. j 9:00 A. M.Leave.
: IK 411Mrulxr satirist of the "Hartford I I born at Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays -
one [ Department of State
I at this time. reports are being received from I 6:30 P. M.
.( tae A... <.I r* Irm. I the Casa Marina of fishing .' (Conn.) 'Wits" of American literature : Prestonburg Ky.. 52 years ago. '!
The administration feels that the par. Tickets .. .. .
use'I Ir of the f American Reservations 4 Information at TUket Off! o. u.
Shess..elatrd Press is exclusively entitled to ties returning with large catches.' one ew .. --- i
r"I'1icatiun" ol all news dispatches credited t? problem of putting the 3,500,000 idle men millionaires of his day, born at I Dock, 'Phone 71
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and ales visitors are also having Dr. Ezra S. Tile New York'i J. H. COSTAR Aa.."
the local news published l.er.1.tln'OnUI'TIOX and women now on relief at; work is of great sport and one of the great Middletown, Conn Died in New i City president emeritus of 'Drew I II !

!' 1&'TtS greater importance, and the raising of battles of sea and land took place York, Aug. 20, 1815. University, born at Camden, N. !j --- .--- -- -- -

----ixlonths funds sufficient for this purpose will prove yesterday when Charles Rodgers I I Y.. 74 years ago. }I II il il II CONDENSED STATEMENT, OF CONDITION OF
Three tooth. .............._.....__._... Z.5G of Philadelphia Pa., hooked a 1783 Henri Marie Beyle __ I,
O..e :Iolontla _...............-.-__..-.. .a' about all that the government can accom- amberjack He fought the fish I ("Stendhal"), famed French I I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
...._ __.. _._ I Dr. John T. Faris of Philadeli lJlhia.
.\.kly...__.__.._.___ .._ %G for time novelist and essayist, born. Died
plish. a long and was later relieved ; J noted Presbyterian editor KEY WEST

Made. known AU'on application.'.UTIjI\G HATES The raising of an additional fund of by George Warren of Key March 22, 1842.laUBenoit. and writer of books, born at Cape ( as at the close of business December 31, 1934 '\ ,It
I West.
the fiih landed
was I Comptroller' Call
All reading notirrs", '.,;"cards'IAI. !NOT1CK of thanks resolutions cC more than two billions of dollars to pay after a fight lasting almost one Constant Coquelin Girardeau, Mo., 64 years ago; f RESOURCESLoans -

rJMt rbituary notices etc* will Le: Il.rgell for at i the bonus'is regarded as an impossibility, hour it was found to be jus one French actor born. Died Jan. and Investments __._ $ 305.639.UOVt'rdrafts
Uo rate of 19 cents a Use. half 26, 1909. Martin II. Carmody of Grand |
I pound lighter than the heaviest
N"ti'O's for entertainments by cuurcnt from which which is the only reason the administration I of.,: 71.61 I
a revenue is to I.e derivtu are 5 cents a line. ever caught here, which weighed Rapids Mich\ Supreme Knight Banking House, Furnitureand
The ltlun Is an oprn forum and Invites discussion is opposed to the payment. 80 pounds. 18C9-Josiah Flynt Willa'd j the Knights of Columbus Lori j i Futures .._ ._.. 33082.33
aud subjects of Itx-al or general
..'r'pi of public hut ll Usuis will net publish nonymou9 coinmuuUTHE There is a limit to the credit of the "tramp writer" and sociologist, .! there, 03 years ago. i Bonds of States and Possessions .
., . ma One born at Appleton, Wis. Died'in I --. of the United
of the enthusiastic :
_____ ____ __ -t. __ __ ___ country-to the amount to which the indebtedness gatherings of citizens most ever held Chicago. Jan. 20, 1' 01. Ernest Poole of New York 1 States ...... ............. 139370.68 .

of the nation can be carried. in Key West took place last night i I novelist, born in Chicago, o5 years; Other BomU and Securities 74,204.03 t .

KEY WEST CITIZEN After the unemployment problem has when a meeting was arranged for I 1869-Herbert Croly, liberal. ago. | Stock of Rank the Federal...............Reserve ..... 6000.00
the discussion of a road to the editor-publisher of the New Republic -
been solved the bonus payment can and I Temporary Federal Deposit -
mainland. The chamber of commerce born in New York City. Dr.) John G. South of Frankfort, I Insurance fund 1,954.01
WILL always seek the truth and print it will be made. nut right at the present Died Santa
rooms were packed to over. at Barbara Cal. May Ky., physician former diplomat, '! United States Government -
without fear and without favor; never be lime, it seems hardly possible of accom flowing and the question of con- 17, 1930. : born there, 62 years ago. ;, Obligations direct ?
to applaud right necting Key West with the main- I and fully guaranteed >
afraid to attack wrong or ; plishment. j 1872-Holbrook BImn, actor ---- I .... ......._......,....832744.73
always!' fight for progress; never be the organ land of the state by a highwaywas born in San Francisco. Died in Flem D. Sampson, lawyer ex- Cash and line from Banks 495,168.97 1327913.70
discussed from every standpoint of born at : ,.
New Kentucky
York. June 24, 1928. governor
or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, OUT FOR CANCER
LOOK It was! finally decided to London Ky., fiO years ago. $1,888,235.79
faction or class; always do its utmost for the, ,' call another meeting for tonight and February, asked a visitor to I 'I LIABILITIES .

public welfare; 'never tolerate' ption or The enormous death toll each year in the same place at which time' the office this morning. Nothing, : Grand Duchess Charlotte of I Capital ...-..'......:-............4.| .: .. .....a_. .... ...$, ;100,000.00x,."
virtue 't I the executvie committee of the ''he was told, except that it happens Luxemburg born 39 years ajjo.' t Surplus and Undivided Profits ,..,....__. 55,007.42 _
injustice;' denounce vice! and praise ;) .i from cancer inflicts its :suffering and :sorrpwuSn Highway Association will confer Friday falls the thirteenth Circulation ???. _............._.........._.... lOO.OOO.OP, :_

commend. good..done ,by, individual, or-organ-h, Key West. There are people here with those! in attendance last i l day of that month.on He walked r Deposits ........... ........................................._ 1.033,22137* ? ,

ization; tolerant o( others*. rights, vietl end who arc suffering from cancer today with- night and l present the 'idea of drawing away, saying something about bad Fish Bird Mounted and Deer Heads J1.888.235.T9; :'
up a petition to be presentedto luck before his _
attention le
opinions; print only news that will elevate .ou knowing it. They disregard what they CECIL GRAY : .. .
--- the commissioners
county aSIl.1! t called to the calendar which shows ----- -- -- -
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise think is a trifling matter and allow the ing that an election be two other months with the lame TAXIDERMIST I. 16P.GDS.AYIIIII'1.UBSCIUnE

with principle.IMPROVEMENTS dread disease to develop until it is: too late vote on a $2,000,000 road bond I Friday the 13th dates. These l Fine Work-Reasonable Prices VG..8IS
issue. !.a tOne I I months are March and November. 801 FLEMING STREET \ = FOil THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLY
for treatment do them
modern surgical to I
- -- --.----- I I Plenty of "hoodoo" days if one Key West. Florida I II
any good. of the impossibilities of life i believes that way. I "II I..l..l..4T.&rIIIII"I'

KEY WEST I What don't know about is is to please everybody. Attention'1 ___. _. - ,-
FOR we cancer --- - --- - -- -
of The Citizen has been called to:I Editorial Comment: While the
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN most of the subject. Whether all cancers the displeasure of several '
parties, wiretappers and confidence iron
develop from one source, or from various who expressed themselves as being I infesting a community may be

causes, is not positively known. About dissatisfied' with the efforts The i lavish in their expenditures, itt 1't Hoodwinked
1. Water and Sewerage.
Citizen has and will be
continue should
l always be remembered that
all be said is that in t
can some cases,
Main- make ; by
2. Bridges to complete Road to to drive the wire-l[ the money usually comes through

land. perhaps in most, early treatment pro- tappers and confidence men out ,.i L crooked dealing and some local 'Don: ACCEPTING: IMITATIONS
of West. Citizen does
duces encouraging responses and very Key The unfortunate often pays the price.
3. Free Port.
not regret its action. On the contrary -, To the Davis 100 Pure Paint
Kct original %
often completely eliminates the disease. I <<
1. Hotels and Apartments. it a much pleased: over the! Side bets are being laid and Be sure" to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rwut'AIII

5. Bathing Pavilion. Cancers are of three kinds, Carcinomais success! gained. I('I| lots of discussion is being heard look for Davis 100% Pure Paint has often beenimitated .IWII....

the internal cancer, occurring in the 'on| the basketball game tonight but never duplicated.Davis ..--..-
G. Aquarium. this
stomach breast etc. It develops without Local Presbyterians will worship :I between the Married Men's quintet Label 100% Pure Paint conforms with C--r---_
7. Airports-Land and Sea. in their new church for the first I and Max Curry's Curriettzs. all pure paint Laws and is the only paint :.=:.--
8. Consolidation of County and City pain and with little to identify it. There time on Sunday morning. Rev. P.i I The latter team will enter the E that carries a guarantee of purity. ==::

i is, at the beginning, little or no growth and W. Sinks!, the pastor will preachthe arena with the expresed intention
Governments. for this
Cook Guarantee on the Label- ::
the spread of the germ is through the sermon and a program appro- of doing all possible to break the
priate to the occasion will be I Ihe winning streak of the Married We hv.no connection with any other Pum MaIIUKc..r of MM umito M>MM*.
---- - -- - ----- glands. The thing to do, in this case, is to. I I ..... GLaltMMotrv nd cola D .lri
rd. The' edifice is located at Men's aggregation and the -Benedicts AM oar pcoJuct are ky M m > through f <* onlyjmaanAvisca . .. .
be examined upon slightest suspicion. South and Whalton streets and the are determined that this will 1 CstDNisW )SAC! UALTIMORE.MD

understand often ef public is invited: to attend. I not be done. It is expected thata
SIDELIGHTS Operations, we are record gallery will be at the G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

fective. What is this regarding Friday Athletic Club to see the battle. I

Sarcoma, the second type, arises _._
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By MARCY B. DARNALL. after an injury has affected some bone or

Former Editor of Tae Key West CitizenA other part of the body. It may attack

I children and develops rapidly through the .., . .. .. tf' '
?' : : yP'l Kt'r2vsA. ;; .r -
v? :; ; ; : ? # Wft< i&& i iv |&
new traffic light installed in London introduction of a part of the cancer in the ..,..w;,.r,. .:1 %:h.... ... ...4 : .r.,.3,,,.:..: .: .. ;.;v, .y -

* at the busy corner of Fleet street and blood stream. If promptly corrected by r" < 4 i #iJ#r
.tj ; '
Lud ate Circus got immediate and sur- surgical treatment there is an excellent. ? 'C ,- x >: C, o, r4

prising results: Thousands of curious persons chance of complete recovery, but delay is t ; ;

stopped to watch the thing work, fatal as this type completes its course in a ; :
\*friS :
I few months. .
causing one of the worst traffic jams ever evr i. t a44r''; it *'*ev + (
Epithelioma is a benign type of kin '
known in the world's >
benign and apparently ; .
so f
cancer very **> -T* *v<*- X f AJ">T iV1
trifling that the patient hardly ever thinks : .. w 3E *&>fHl
; r4vyou're tellino; me 4 . / JttM| T.. M%.
v .
Pathfinder tell of a Washington it worth while to see a physician about the i ,, ...,
lawyer who defended his client against It : ;, oL :
a "little" mole, wart or pimple. occures i

t yit for ,Breach,Hpf )contract.! Opposing I most... commonly. among older people and, : *' they satisfy 9fJ4l WiI4: JU' 4e s
tbunsel l declared t1wr w.'as gentlemen's to ulceration al- .
) : ,a if neglected, processes .y t5af. ;: :xV* / ,1t.$4 *{

hkl.et..ment. and the defendants lawyer\ re- t b'ugh the patient may live for many /f 1 J EXf

UiudjMIoVr: ; n they .have1' a gentle- years without apparent diminution of y :Yt ,
.} ;5 !$ fiyt ,I 4I
!lfell'. flf.rqI (,ftl l when only one is a } '. : :; t.J e. :! .i r w t, 1k biff; Afxf'.t 4""v. .
hellth.We ) tI 1 ,+Of ltt ,
i'ntlt'mlI1?" i i : go into these matters in order to % $. 3 ?a. :::f4 { r j s. it ed'tir f1a

4' \. \ :Mnphasize to all readers of The Citizen
!.pprt i 4+sf: t Xf :::5+, Ir;
of allowing growth to idly
Hunting licenses come high in certain I the danger any {

pails of Africa, but the game i is big in exist unchecked. It N vitally important, ,

in of cancer, to secure prompt a''en-'
Keeping with the fee. In Tanganyika territory cases

$';!50() is assessed:; for killing an ele- tion. To be diligent about this matter may i :

phant. In Uganda risk his life in ave your life or that of someone you .< .. '''':'' ,,, 1..t,4f t ofUtJ..t
: one may ':'' : :: :";<< : 7.I: xJ.;; ::
l_ JdF.; i' ..4iA ,,'1 < %<" '%<
love. ;
this hazardous spurt for less, ?50 for the : jt i

first elephant killed and $100 for the .
I R ;R of ry
t the limit for 1:I WHAT MAKES KEY WEST .
second \VB being a single f, ,,.,
hunter. I I 1

___ The greatest boon that the city of i.,, ,....' .. is' ;
I Key West, or other cities, can give to inhabitants F ., '} t .' : : y fY
William Tyler Page, who served the .' ,-
I : '
" I is a pleasant place in which to S4si ::
Hon of 'entatives Washington :
a : i i live. We might get all the factories in the ', ,
in various including clerk
page state located within the city limits and yet I .. .
,and acting speaker more than 50 years tot" 4Ok
i! have a poorer town when we get them. Of i'L-: J

recalls that half a century ago nearly all have ,,:' ."' 4-. .. ..
j course, we might more money, more .
I .
ji'.embeis of Congress) wore longtailedcoats .,!(I'fl. -, "'. ,.., -
: people and more excitement but, when all ,,' .' .
4' ry.-
stiff-bosomcd) shirts, high collars i is said and done, what does that mean :to i ,:: ._ .{' . ;
-- i .
and stovepipe hats. Now some:: of them ,,!t l \ .. ,
the citizen? ""' 'i'jltl' .. i1
average :
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skirts. 9 J. .,;" ._,; ; .' .. ,
wear I Size-mad communities measure their It.} . .- : ..; f)'.1". ;!

I greatness by that attribute alone. The . "
Falling eight stories would upset the idea of culture does not enter their minds. ? !
? p s
appetite of most persons permanently, butit It should. Key" cst first of all, should be 1n 1 1II

only had a temporary effect on GubeppeZavarano I the best place in the world for Key West %. .., o '

of Brooklyn who obeyed the J men and women to raise Key West boys II ((1) & aA.- I. U' : e L:

law of gravity for that distance, if a press t and girls. That is the worth-while test of \

dispatch K to be believed. Two days laterhe a community. Naturally, it is hard to say MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY '.' .A:''f'.'A ,:xy. :, .

took light: nourishment in the form of a t just how far we go in reaching an ideal I I tUCHEZIA LILT ,AJIDQ u cr- '

plarked steak, four eggs, spaghetti, assorted I community, but all of us are conscious of float PONS 4Ol'' CKOIICBatU .. itl-t.,

vegetables, chicken, lobster salad, 1 shortcomings that can, and will be im- I KOSTQJLXETZ OKCHESTIA: Ants CHOsTOS .

mince pie and three cups' coffee. proved. 9 P.M. (LLT.-CllUlIIIIUCmrOU / o19i ;IMITT*km.Tc.uw.c.
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SYNOPSIS:! : Nick Trench and sea wall and under cover ot this FOR RENT
Molly O'Brien fntt kave been locked re- bank we crept along In single file
Itateil by Jimmy bos from a
rnvm, tinder Acfc art lon at fflot until we reached the little patch: of SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All .
?vet to vikltk lioklod 0:8. higher ground where we bad brought! .
\ad been attacked by I'tter modern conveniences.
Orion a 'pg. It learcklag' the the dinghy. ashore.To -
lamt vohta'* lormuln' las Holly Intense relief it was still I Bathing and fishing at your
and Aide Vtlth Jury tlordnunt I back door, Fcank Johnson

tint lagged Jimmy to JI art 011"trailing. tittt teat It had ttnlttirout lie- .there."One of us must look out for Jer THE GREAT BATTLE OF THE PALMS CASTELLANO WINSIN Colonial Hotel Building.
/ tier by Jail Otltorn Belnroftltnme i I jan7.tf
tons murdered ** ha tcttk tkt Uotfllfindt.and Jerry Molly while we ant the boat A I
i* trying ,. oft tomt iitormatioMtrom MAIN BOUT OF 5
> J/r. Ootrllind, launched. Keep behind those bushes fBT JOVE) [ FURNISHED APARTMENT,

and don't show yourself unless you Tomorrow night the greatest fought Ross in California, I still I _ I Rooms and Bath. Laundry Tubs.

Chapter 41 see him." card of the year will be staged at I think ROBS: will win this fight. 11 r BIG BOXING SHOW I .;. ..- :- ._ Garage and Telephone. fill
-' '
Nodding her head silently she Miami. Barney Ross, the second ': : ..t' Margaret. j jan12
think Ross has prepared himself ,,5' ,
EXPLOSIONQUICK moved towards the gorse. and with.I most popular figure of the day in ,;
as he did for his fights with Can.oneri. _ '
out further delay Jimmy and I set MISCELLANEOUSCASH
as an eel Jimmy twisted the ring. wilt expose his Junior r.P.i
around and thrusting about our, task. It took us some time. Welterweight Title to Frankie ; SEVERAL GOOD PRELIMINARY .4. ,' -. : ; s.-- -

Molly In front of me.I followed them for I could only make use of my left Klick. The Chicagoan's feat The Results of The Bout I, MATCHES ALSO WERE PUT -. ', PAID for used furniture.

dowp the passage By the time I arm. against Canzoneri. The humiliation Barney Ross if defeated would I .. 1013 Southard street

eUod the maiD corridor. Jimmy Jimmy however pertoru.ed his suffered by Kid Chocolate administrated have to accept. as all championsdo ON DURING PROGRAM AT \ Janl7-lmox
share of the
work manfully. and after
bad already crossed the halL by Frankie. The Garden. when conquered the losing of I -
several pauses for rest. we succeeded SCHOOL GYM BICYCLESWE
lie flung open the door exactly as In tugging our craft to the The New York Commission and | one title, and then he would have I 'J 'I
Molly reached! It. and in another moment their threats. The is'' to accept the offers given him by
water's edge. from which position champion I -- t RENT by the Hour Day or
the !firm ground was beneath she could be pushed off at a mements my favorite. I I the Garden no matter how small Week. Repair all makes and
our feet and we were all three running : he is offered but I The scheduled ten-round bout
a percentage"
notice A young man, very social and Ii.'f paint them with Nu-EnameU:
for the Iron start gate.that I was I badntlocked Just This done we crawled back to I with a great disposition, and with; think that Ross: will fight his way between G. Castellano and Ofelio carry a full supply of parts.

thanking It when my with appalling suddenness where Molly was lying and dropped very few hairs on his head almost -I to victory and stop the embarrassing -I Parnet at the High School gymna. :; -' Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand

the end came down alongside of her."Theres bald and who the city of Miami position he would be placed in i I siuni on Monday night was stopped sell them as low as $1.00

behindus no sign of him. Nlct." admires and respects. better j if defeated. i in the second round when Farnet per week, J, L. Stowers Music
There was a rumbling roar
she whispered. "I'm beginning to known "Captain- Peeples." got Klick would lose less he would I I Company. janl8-lmo
: something struck!) me violently feel frightened." I received a gash over the! right
the idea one day last November not have the chance at the light. !
between the shoulder blades. and i ito
"You needn't yet I I
re- Castellano awarded
worry sign Barney Ross and Frankie weight crown but he would get I eye. was a PERSONAL
halt paralyzed by a sickening stab .
plied. "He's got that pistol of D1W.soo' technical
of pain I pitched forward full length Klick and present them as a win-1 I rid of the vengeance of a com decision.
with him. and If there's any
(\n the rough gravel. trouble he won't stick at using it. ter attraction i ila great stadium fin mission and the abuse of the Madit I The preliminary 1 between Cuco STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS
So I Rodriguez and Young Waugh wasdeclared' AND INDIGESTION! : victims
"Owd1uvusaJimmys All we can do Is to wait bore until the most beautiful city in the son Square Garden promoters. f
exclamation be chooses to show. up." South of theSe United States. Very j I you see, Roes would be tn. heav"l a draw with two four- why suffer? For quick relief
year-old! boys also seen in a few -' get tree eample pf Udga
wuIU' 'Dnt thing to penetrate Into quickly he made propositions and: iest loser if defeated. :That .i I \.
my ii4mb d brain.and struggling upon SHE glanced. round at us both. had the king of the light and junior reason why I pick Ross to win and t I rounds, which was also declareda %_. Tablets, 4 doctor/a prescription
16"my hands at>d knees. 1 stared the most wonderful boy welterweights sign on the dot.i I think that the general'pQblic is I draw. Both of these matches uOe at Gardner's Pharmacy,

vacantly! about me. In the world. Jimmy." she said to a I I ted'lines and to expose: his junior I with him. for he is a' real'!' champion -: were alsp very interesting Jan7-8-9-l 4-16-2 l-22-2S-28-2ft-80x

The whole causeway was littered low voice. "How did you know that !, welter title to none other than the and is always ready to. defend .. Young 'Garcia and K. O. Solano {t} EEI 1T DOROTHY, You're telling me, I

with pieces of broken masonry. One we were locked In. and however did runner-up in that division. Frankie I his crown. Frankie will not I fought to a draw. Young Santano always kept my school girl fig-

buge block. Just to my right. had you manage to get ashore?" Klick in a bout to go 15 rounds. take his crown at present, for the and Kid Pelican started in on afe11E.duled ure by chewing Wrigley's Gum.

halt embedded Itself in the grass. lie scratched bis head. "It was A Revolution, present champion has many days' six-round go which last- Either. jan23-ltx

and stretched out betide It. white like this. miss, i waa sitting! up on As quick as the news got in the of glory to give the boxing world,. ed but three when Pelican received It's Joe Knight, the best 175pounder in the south who meets

and Inert. lay the prostrate figure of deck 'avlng a look at the place when New Yoik dailies the Garden revolutionized -I and with champions like he is, it a cut over the eye. Tony Shucco New England chant pion of the 175-pounders in the FOR SALE
Molly. all of a sudden 1 see a bloke comin'sneakin' the boxing center of ,' will always be a pleasure to see There were many fight fans in Miami Municipal stadium in the semi-final bout to the Barney Ross
,With horrible fear clutching at out of the front door. attendance and all thoroughly enjoyed Frankie Klick which PAPER 500
4 and him fight. and fight takes! place this Thursday night, Joe TYPEWRITING -
the metropolis thejr
my heart 1 crawled! painfully toward I knew"Soon who as I*clapped e was 'Gosh my eyes,' ( says on Mm to threatened great both Ross and Klick I I My Wishes the evening's show. is ready and will try as he never did before in order to get that sheets 75c. The Artman Press.
) her, I I match with Bob Olin the I aug7OLD
for championship
"Moll1 cried."Molly.darling!" meself 'if It ain't that blinkia' doctor and their managers; and each and The reason why, when I write promised light heavyweight -

At the sound of my voice she !' and before the words as you everyone who in any way helpedthe these lines, I pick Ross to win, andI DIAMONDBALL of the world. PAPERS FOB SALE-Two

her For moment sno! might say was 'ardly out of me fight. The directors of the he does is because boxing --- ---- ..
opened eyes. a hope ------ --- --- Office
for 5c. The Citizen -
still seemed utterly dazed: then as mouth. 'e'd nipped off round the corner Garden wanted the cervices of needs good clean fighters like
GAMES TONIGHT last three innings and all the octlG:
I slid my arm round her and lifted and was legging It away up the<<" both fighters and with Canzoneri Ross to get back to what it was i TWO BILLIARD I ,

her gently up. life and consciousnessebbed road. Fuller and Lou Ambers, they want. when Dempsey, Tunney Leonard, players were shooting .81,. They MIMEOGRAPH( PAPER. 600
back Into her face. "Well. It didn't take me long toguess ed to match these boys to determine Berlanbach, Walker and Dundee --- all were afraid to shoot. Finally I sheets $1.25. The Artman

"What's" happened. NickY she fal you so that I off with'e'd done me boots the and dirty shirt on who is the lightweight cham. were fighting. They were reSPOnsible There will be a doubleheader of GAMES PLAYED Stickney came through 'with the Press Citizen Building.
tered. 1 1 we'd all been
killed" thought and drops in over the side. Tbe tide pion but losing; the services of r for the popularity the square diamondball between Lopez Fun- needed point. Sanchez ran 15 jun27tf

"It's a miracle we weren't. The was running a bit strong like, but I these two fighters all their projects I arena got. And the Miami Arena eral Home ten and Adams Dairy LASTEVENINGSANCHEZ I| balls for the best run of the game-
were smashed against a. tonight at Bayview Park. Both I J'RINTING-Quallt7 Printing at
whole place has been blown to ain't what you might call a bad 'andat will be filled to capacity that night,
smithereens." 1 dragged out my swimming! -got a prize for It at mountain of obstacles. The G'Ir-1 for they are headed that way now I will be seven inning affairs. In the second game Ubieta and the, Lowest Prices. The Art.

handkerchief and very tenderly the Hattersea baths last year I did. den then had the New York -buses, trains, autos, planes and The first game will be the con AND STICKNEY WIN McCarthy defeated M. Sanchezand loan Press aug7

wiped the dust and mud from her "It was that bloomin' door that Athletic Commission draw a resolution j lall kinds of transportation filled test postponed by rain on January IN Valdes by a 100 to 90 score.
cheek. was the real trouble. The perlshcr whereby if Ross did not de-(I, to capacity with fans, who are 9, and the second game will be MATCH UBIETA Sanchez and Valdes were leadingfor SECOND SHEETS 600 for COc.
'ad shut it be'ind 'Ira when 'e come fend his title in New York City' the regular scheduled for The Artman Press. aug7
Are yoq burr I asked."Did :any going to the fight. and the most game AND MCCARTHY TRIUMPHIN the first nine innings. Score
of that& stuff hit you!" out. and seeing as there weren't no before the 11th day of January I I popular figure in the Arena nextto tonight end
in the
tie thetenth. At
"No. I don't think so. I Just hearda time to waste I Just picks up a bt! his title would be forfeited and the great Max 'Baer-at the SECOND CAME was WANTED
roar, and.then .I don't remember 0' wood. and bashes in the winder. another succe sor' would benam-I, *..*.................;... of the 21st inning the. score stood
present moment-is Barney Ross.! Two goodmatchf's' playedin 91 to 88 in favor of Ubieta and i .
were ,
"Lucky | did. too. or wouldn't 'Loose typist
anything else. I I muse bare Ross heard
guess ed to the crown. When
thd card also has Today's HoroscopeThis
The rest of
!.the billuurd tournament last In the 24th I I
fainted or something silly' like that. 'alt be In a mess now. this he only smiled and said ,"I McCarthy. frame Must have own machine with
She drew In a quick breath. "And We both stared at him for a moment do what the Garden does.I great fighters, but none of them ...,......." ..,." .... night. In the first game Sanchez McCarthy1' ran the last five needed -1 extension carriage. Work" three
without speaking. not care will be battling for* a title so titer and Stickney defeated Orta and points to win the McCarthy
you. Kick! ? game days a week. Apply to Judge
Klick the is of
will figlt just same. degree -
Nothing to grumble about." I re- "James." I said slowly. "as Miss are of little significance to the a perseverance Ortega by a 100 to 98 score. ran 14 for the best of the i Hugh Gunn county court house.
Barney Rot under trial You will be intellectual ,
plied. stopped a brickbat or some- O'Brien has remarked you're a boxing world.p The score stood 99 to 98 for the game. jan233tI
thin; with my shoulder but Itdoesn't bloody marvel! If we ever get out of The champion light and junior I and inclined to the artistic .
in literature. There will be - -
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to have done this . welterweight is today one of the, -- -- -- --:
seem me any
particular harm" "Look. Nick. look! There he Is- greatest figures in good. clean and i CROWED ALL DAY many and severe slips of fortune .I.".I.1.I.., '
I looked round for Jimmy and discovered straight In front of us." honest boxing. Tony Canzoneri at I - but there is a spirit of resignation ( .I.1.1'.I.I.iS

; him almost at my elbow Molly. who had turned round the heights of his career occupied i PACKSVILLE W. Va.-A I that will bear up the soul till success -

Like both of us he was covered from again. was pointing through the this same place that Ross occupies : brown leghorn chick, owned by is attained. ,
head foot with whlta Just. and bushes and. jumping to my fee:. I George W. Petry of this city
: tc : a today. Barney is a boy who was I I
thin trickle of blond! was oozing caught sight of the distant figure of brought up in the lower part of crowed all day the first day it was A total of 149 women were JANUARY !

from his uosa."What's Jerry Just emerging: through a gap I Chicago and he started )his careerin I taken from its nest. sent to state legislatures in 1929
in the hedge that bounded the Ian .
up. slrr he demanded: ; that city as an amateur and : and 1930 but only 130 have been
lie In the
breathlessly "The'young lady aiu't the wu factory.heading directionof I finally he got his chance to fight Johnson assails World Court I elected to the 1935 legislatures of I
copped It-'as sher plan as violating our traditions. the various states.
I Tony Canzoneri at a time when
"Shall I give 1m a whistle sir?
"We're both Intact, Jimmy. I assured
the Italian was on a tour of the -- -
Inquired Jimmy. ----
him. "Mow about you? PAINT
"Not a bad Idea." I agreed. country looking for ready cash. In SPECIALSSHERWIN
I'I. !
sir? Oh. I 1"01 Tine. P.ampedme
nose a hit when I come dtwn bit: lie Inserted two grimy fingers Into that fight Ross put his whole life. DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF UNKS
that ain't nuthltg." the corners of his mouth and emit lie knew that all of his future depended I
He wiped away the blood with h's! ted a shrill blast Jerry pulled np on that fight. He won and

band and cast a slightly awed sharply.For gave Tony a chance to win his (By GRAVY)

glance at the smoking ruin behind ( a moment he stood gazing crown back, and he also beat Tonyin Looks like because of the cold holes. Of course, we might pick -
about him. and then as a second and weather and much this the and it around. PALMER FLAT OR GLO !S"WHITE
us "Made decent Job of It. 'aveii't the second battle. In his first so of so- course up swap / :
they, sip? \\iver seen a better bust- still more penetrating summons fight with Klick, it was declareda ,called "gentle but destructive Such a thing as shortening the PpLITAN OR. CO nl0N.. . ; "

.up not even tn the pictures., echoed round and across came the marsh hurrying,he, towards wheeled,,: draw and Klick asked for another breeze" there won't be any golf hole or even making it longer and WEALTH FLAT "WHITE_ ... / PAINTS; j .'. J.,. .

< chance which Ross gave matches this Thursday. But every adding one to par is practicallyout PAINT:1'' .
us ," : Gallon Cans J fl! I
|N A sobering .flash the danger; ot "You'd better tell him. Nick: said-4 !turn.and ,it will .be fought in Miami one is primed for the big match of the question. It is just a .. !."_ L50.

4. our position suddenly came hometo Molly, "No good our both trying to Thursday night. next. Sunday which is' to bring together bad break. In 1 Gallon Cans tff T A A'' at ... ......::............:.;.."' :
mo."Wo. four of the outstanding \ I
mustn't stay here." I said talk. Th. Challenger per gallon .........'... 3)JL S J/lF -
".sUly. "That devil Orloff can't be Ticking: his way from one firm .. Frankie Klick. a boy of extraordinary players in Key West, "Professor"Berlin By a popular vote No. 8 is the . l4 Gallon Cans-
tuft to another until he reached the .conditions as a pugilist, and Lewis Pierce are going .
hardest hole in the outfit with
far away, and If bo sees that we'yeescapeel In 5 Gallon? Cans 80c
.. ," path. Jerry broko once more Into a who owes all of his career to the I to try and defeat "Wimpy" No. 7 a close second. Everyone I mjper 75 at ......-._....,...............
I broke off. "We must get down steady run. help of the Madison Square Gar Jones and "Duke" Sands. From conceded No. 6 being the easiest. gallon. ............ 3) A -
Even if we had escaped observation and who will have this distance it is going to be a II I
under the bank and mako for the den. now a Ask Swmky Swanky, he says he '
boat." 1 added. "Do you think you till then any further attempt at chance to scale the greatest ambi- battle of words more thaQ sticks.So got an eagle on it once.

can manage It, Molly" hiding ourselves was obviously futile i tion of a prize fighter a crown when the Professor and the
so parting the bushes I stepped
With the. aid of my band she when he exchanges blows with Duke get started on their gabfest
scrambled shakily to her feet. word forward Molly into slipped the open.through Without after a Barney Ross. I know Klick. it will the breeze like today is going to' One day last week there were ZILO

"Yes. I'm all right. Nick. It's Jerry be impossible to forget him, because be a gentle zephyr.I I six out-of-town cars parked near t-
I'm thinking of. Oughtn't e. ." me."You the starter shop. I hope our win
it was he who gave Kid
can take It easy I called
"He knows what happened." I In- out "We're quite safe all three of Chocolate his second straight K. wonder what Mr. Langfprd I ter visitors like the course. If we I A Sherwin Williams product that has become very.
terrupted. he's alive bo's on his had plenty of water or rain about
us." O. and we all thought! it was a and Moreau were thinking about: : popular in Key West antf elsewhere due to the fact that t.
way back now. Our best chance Is to this time of year the fairways ,
lie up under those gorse bushes and waterproof Muddy and smeared dishevelled with his dark old lucky punch. but Klick came back f when they designed some of those I' and greens would be .a velvet carpet it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 :Per Cent Lead
two months later and gave Choco- traps. Looks' to me like they
watt for him there. stains. Jerry stumbled hurriedly for sure. Alas and alack wecan't and Zinc Paint known. A 25 It of this product together .
She raised no further opposition up late the same medicine. Klick \thought a few deep holes would can
make the weather and we I
and disregarding the unpleasant the slope. There was a queer look in the heart. and the punch of a make a good place to fish in when can't cooperation from with linseed oil to thin makes your paint cost for
his which I get any
pain that was gnawing at my right eyes never exactly fighter. lie has more than proved -j you got tired of playing golf es- I
seen before a look of overwhelming our local prognosticators. I pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and 'lead paint about
shoulder. I led the way forward: to it, not only with the Kid but I per atly when we have some of C I '
the gate. relief coupled excitementCopyrlkt. with a kind of suppressed with Ross. In California, it was a|those heavy rains. The writer has I I I $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares with prepared -

From here to the beach the distance bloody fight from start to finish an aquarium of fish that came out: Say did you ever try to write I I paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.
( / Hit.' Penn Publishing Co) "
was not more than fifty yards. and it was so close, the judges of the bunker 1n front of No. 8 on a typewriter when you had kids :I

The low-lying ground between was Jerry has exciting ".wa. tmor called it a draw. tee. i worrying you from either side and -- .
protected from the tide by r rough row. What The Fight Will Be a cat trying to sit down on top of II

Judging from what Ross and Another about the .1 the machine and catch all the funny -
grouch lay-
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.I 5 S;................... radio used! for first time to Klick have already done, it is no I out: I'll bet you a piece of square: little pieces of iron flying up.
I was I Better try it sometime-once wiQ
more than logical to expect a f Chinese money_ (you know, the ,
Today In History. save lives at sea.1932First fight from start to finish. It is kind that has a hole in the middJe be plenty to show you. .

.....................(>.* probable that none of the fighters \.I so you can put a piece of, string I 2 for 15c
!) authorized announcement will hit the canvas but they I through it and tie it around your I "Old Bye" Sands, the "Duke of I I

1813. -British and Indians, hav- I will punish each other savagely.It .i neck so it can't get away from you I Green Turtle Key," sure looks .
that Gov. Rooseveltof i S I
in won the battle of Frenchtovrn will be a fast, bloody, sensa- -but not always) that Mr. L. and handsome in those plus fours I I i

II ch., the preceding day set fire of New York was a candidate for tional fight. Ross needs to win to Mr. M. thought that our winds heard someone say he was the

to I houses in which the helpless I' the presidency. prove to the New York Commission -. were from the north-south-east.!I handsomest golfer in Key West I I South Honda Co.

'40 inticil and prisoners lay. that he has no rival in his Anyway I bet that even Gene when you leave out Bill Malone, Contracting Enpeering.

-- 1933-20th Amendment to the weight and Klick naturally wantsto [. Saraien playing No. Z or No. 9,I And, boy, you never watched tht I

I :'JOT) -Harry K. Thaw placed on constitution ("Lame Duck") rati I win to acquire the crown, the when a breeze of about 12 knots I I form-on.those chip shots did you? Phone. 598, WKte and Eliza Street

tri.fl I *n New York City for murder ambition of all fighters.. Then: he speed from the east is getting in "Pious" Willie says they can't be I
is of the bdtw
home worthy
: or Stanford White. fied by 36th state. could fight the great Lou Ambers. its good work cant reach the beat for accuracy and then whenit "Your

I and the winner would fight Ross green in two shots' so how can any comes your turn yoq can't

909! !-White Star liner Republic Revtsonof mail contracts is for the lightweight title. With the ordinary duffer like yours truly equal the shot, no matter how hard . -

2&' lk' off Nantucket, Mass., and proposed to president. caliber. $ of Klick and the draw he make a par on either of thote you try. V.I'II"JT _AI'I'IIIII'IIIIIII J


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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .BIRTHDAY. POSTER GIRL I : MOVE AGAINST


PRAISED BY CHRISTY"Typical ........................ DRINK TRAFFIC

Holtsberg left yesterday _
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress of American Youth,"
afternoon for a business trip of

'PHONE 752-J I Says Artist of Miss Ford. several days to Miami. :, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN

V/inner of Prizes and Model .
aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMrs. CHURCH GROUP ADOPTSRESOLUTIONS
for 1935 Painting. Charles D. Perrin, of Poole

S. Cabrera Delightfully Brothers Chicago, Ill., left yesterday .

afternoon for Miami after a
New York. N. Y., (Special)- short visti .4 .
Entertains With Party ( i
Bridge : The heroic "oman who is the *
center figure In Howard Chandler The congregation _of the Trinity -
Christ,'. 1935 poster for the i A. Maitl n4 Adams, managerof Presbyterian Church'at meeting
Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., Hicks Mrs. B. Curry Moreno, Itirthday nail for the PresidentIs the Thompson interests returned : a -

yesterday entertained a large :Mrs. John McCann Mrs. J. J.: actually a happy-go-lucky girl I \ _''''-\.' yesterday by plane from a short I held on Sunday adopted the
Trevor MT!. Fred Derizanz, :Mrs.! In real life. more given to winning business visit Miami. following resolution f(,pertaining to
I in
number of her friends at a Bridge mcjals for swimming! and I. J the liquor traffic in'Key West:
Duncan &
I Clifford Meyer Mrs. W' C. oratory, than to posing. ) 'i.:':,! ,--,..--
Tea at her home at 811 Southard "This congregation' with its
Mrs. Isabel Ball Mrs. R. P. erez
This has been revealed here by , : i Armando ., and Rogelio
Street I Hiner, Mrs. B. C. Papy, Mrs.i :Mr. Christy for whom the girl in ? __" "t. I Gomez, who were in' Miami for the I minister officers and, members,

Pastel roses and several varieties Frederick Enno Mrs. Eola Swice- question Miss RUse Ford of .. baseball game ) twee/i South Miami ! wish to express their gratitude to

of ferns formed the tasteful good M 's. Joe Pearlman, Mrs. Mountain View N. J.. has posedin \ <<< ..J ., " and Key West, returned yes-![ the Ministerial Alliance the Ma-
.... ,,
making dozens of > \
; < sonic bodies the P.-T. A. and the
decorations and delectable refreshments Louise Auxier Mrs. M. E. Ber- i terday.
posters. Although only 19, she
were served. There kowitz, Mrs. Allan B. Cleare, Jr., has worked with. the artist for ) Key West Colored CommunityClub

were eight tables of bridge much Mrs. Ralph G. MJlner Miss Florence more than four years. She Is the //f'\f',1)\ : Charles Russell, nephew of the and others for the efforts

enjoyed by the players.Mrs. I Williams Miss Susie Gardner holder of three gold medals as late Roland Albury arrived yesterday they are making to have suitable
well as three silver and two p, ', :
and adequate laws ordinancesfor
Fred Derizanz was pre-, Miss Lula Schuerer Miss bronze won in speaking, swimming '... '" to attendthe funeral of his or
'Bented with the guest prize; first, Leota Grillion, Miss Helen Claude and running competitions uncle to be held this afternoon.Mrs. the regulation of the drink

prize in contract scoring was won i j Williams Miss Alee Curry Miss aa a student of Montclair (N. J.) Rust' Ford, the loarol? girl traffic in Key West.

by Bliss Florence Sawyer; :Miss Norma Yates. Miss Dorothy High School. Today she is studyIng who poed for Howard Chandler Waler Lowe, Jr., daughter "We feel very strongly that all
pJnting and Mr. ('lIrl t.8 for the 1035ItirtlitLiy drink should be the
Helen Claude Williams was second 'Cleare Miss Florence Sawyer. Christy poster of the late Roland prohibited on Investor
himself is responsible for the Hall for the President, Albury was Lord's Day and that here's your chance. Thirty.two acres,
high in the contract tables; first Those present at tea includedthe I statement that she has unusual is tjpical of the American youth an arrival yesterday from Mate- I i drink should, be sold no strong fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted
'l>rize in the auction bridge was bridge guests and Mrs. Wil- talent. who will bo protected by the cumbe, to attend the funeral of : to minors. Home Site Hotels
won by Mrs..Joe Pearlman, and liam II. Malone, Mrs. Harold As a model. Miss ,Ford Is familiar fund raised through the 50OOpartiea her father to be held this after- I "We have a certain number of I or Apartments. Owner needs money _ _
Mrs. to the American public fort the President which 1 citizens who need to be protected and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
J. J. Trevor was the for Baker, Mrs. John Costar Mrs. R. noon.
through scores of Christy posters will be held Jan. 30th throughout from themselves, and drink should
tunate winner of the consolation Rodriguez, Mrs. Samuel Kemp, painted In the last few the nation. Money will be
years. I: not be sold to habitual drunkards."At Ideal Spot for Apartment House A REAL BARGAINWaterfront
prize. | Mrs.\ Ansel Albury Mrs. William She was the center figure in such used to fight infantile paralysis. W. L. Zimpelmann, district
Bridge guests present were: Weaver Mrs. Peter Rotier, Mrs. famous ones as those painted by The picture above is a detail of superintendent of the Pullman I a time when we are so dependent -Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet property on Key Largo at

Mrs. William L. Bates;, Mrs. Frank Sebastian.< tb&"Lambs' Club St. More than t Southern and ,Eastern
Patrick's 5O.OOO cuplofl Ihe- wives and children the ll
.LftJi) Mn< Emma Pino Mrs; K. Taylor.,iMrs. J.. M.. Cremata ..i short business visit need* sm; Untie' Ocean back1 (4(
, yv Pay._ dinner the Ball for, the painting were released to TOrth- fqpa I. amount that is received Don't"mi ,this;, it,, i i., a e.po.ure'l ,' extending
IJTura rthoe. Mrs. Pearl W, Miss !Mary\ :,Trevor, ,Miss May Hill, United States Flee( and the 1934 day RaE'chairmen thljwJc.. pd left in the afternoon. lark :1'Overseas ih.Highways' IC i 1. '
i Ball expenditure in,sjTqng,drink mea u Lasting No. 73, :" , tCtace,2feet .' I.. ,......,
'Bri'Was; Mr EthVa Strieker, Mrs.j Miss,J)EaryiFalk' and Miss\ .Theresa 1l' 3irthday, !fqr the President. :,h \ -
towlvand'* fronting road from Oversea
Roy T. Roberts, Mrs. Clifford, Falk.. ,Ii, 4r. 'Christy describes her as Americans. in supporting the j I;Captain H. A. Cotton of the suffering : ) hildr ni I NONE BETTER-Entire block1'
; I' TQ typical :"American, youth same cause to their fullest abUity. -, sq oast and Geodetic Survey, who i and that the -1 b'dij1Io) of KfJ fronting: ''Yacht Basin' on1 North 'Highway to water. This i i. part of
1'I--- - -- - .that'she was Ideal for the poster will be insuring the children West will be' im $ *
?\.SHtle. tze"i48' an'estate that must1'be; settfed.
jv fas inVest for a short business Be5h': feet, I" ti-he.: by
t fI' I had !
i1hfc % $l In mind: : and youth of the nation againstthe "Signed fbrtfreohgrejationM? florerce( Russell Hostess iJTo ,>: "To protect 'youth of the type growing menace of the dis vdnnMt yesterday after- "ALFRED 'de'EARRinVJ: : 150'feet.uThisiould! b Ideal spotforprvtteYsorne' :'fY20oY.y.lX| : Vct,., :C !Lfsk

I she so admirably represents from ease." noon for Miami. ; or' 'Apartment i ing No. 40.Corner .,
the scourge of infantile :paral-; More than 50,000 copies of I "Minister. House. Investigate while the
Friends Birthday Parfy 'iis: ." he adds "is the of the been "ALFRED M. EVANS.
object Christy postsr have released -
tte Jack Maloney, of the firm of price !is right. Listing No. 132. Business Property on
millions who
will have part. to 5600 American communities j "Clerk of the church."
-- in the 1935 Birthday Ball for the which will hold a Birth Maloney I and Peacock left yester- Duval street. Owner offers this
Florence Russell, daughter of I Knowles, Florence Mitchell, Betty President. It was to forward the day Ball on the night of Jan. day afternoon with his son, Jack Beautiful located home on North property at a great sacrifice. First

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Russell, entertained j r I Jean Cruz Emily Shirley Hyde, worthy cause behind these parties 30th. 53rd anniversary of the Jr., for the home in Miami. Mrs. PIMPLY SKIN Beach, fronting Yacht Basin. $3.000 cash offer takes it. Worth

her young friends with a j Betty Jean Roberts, Athea June that I painted the poster. Other President. Maloney left over the highway this I II Grounds cover half block, with. more than double. Don't miss this

birthday party at the Bayview!! Haskins, Rose Marshall, Mary Mar- I morning.Mrs. I. from clogged, irritated pores, I II. large two-story home. Property Opportunity Listing No. 218.

Park Monday in celebration of her I shall Joan Marshall, Theo Louni I can be relieved, improved, I front on three streets and i i. offered

sixth anniversary. i I ders, Louise Nunez Ethel M.\ Roberts I LEGALSIn A. E. Woodburn, who was I. and healing aidedwith'i i for half its actual Yalue.Doa't Improved property, Angela

Refreshments were served, and Louise Sands Maude E. Rob- QOOR CHILD : in the city as guest of her brother mist this bargain ListingNo. street next to corner of Duval

prizes were won by Shirley Bul. MARY re Estate: E. of and sister-in-law Mr.\ and Mrs. ResinolMONROE 178. street. Size 99 by 94, 8 inches.

lard and Yvonne Pinder. i, erts.Oscar Fernandez. Jr., Albert /AHD THE: SCHOOL IIARTLUM.l>ereased.MITICK Victor Moffatt left yesterday for Two-story home on Flagler Improvement on this property

Those present included: Shirley I Parra Al. Cruz, Daniel Salgado ./, Br Dr. ALLEN C. IRELAND To all: creditors TO and riiKlilTOIIS all persons! the home at Marathon. I Avenue, corner property ideal location consists of two one-story frame

Weatherford, Rosalie LaFe, Delia [i Junior Lones, James Hyde, Herman v Dnaf. ,.,..J .J H.J" Umitut* hating claims or demands against THEATER -just the home you are buildings, one used for business,

Mae Curry Yvonne Pinder, Thelma -'\1 Barry, John Ogden, Daniel _Knr Jnirj Sit Dtftmm ./ tmU IUMMM paid You, Estate and each: of you are hereby LIVED IN TERROR Frank Craven-Mary Carlisle in looking for. Listing No. 245. I and the other for dwelling $1,600

Ogden Ofelia Perez, Vivian Russell, Ernest Lee Mitchell Ar- I notified and required to present THAT'S GRATITUDE takes it. Terms may be arranged.
Pinder, Olga Pinder, Annie Pin I mand Bedia, Frank Sands Harold More\ About Drives any claims I and demands which I jou I II CHICAGO.-Mrs. Emily Ger- Constance Bennett in Exceptional Bargain-Furnished Listing No. 218 A.

der. Shirley Dullard Estelle Pent Ray Haskins, Peter Valdez Miguel Last week I introduced the subject I I or either estate of of you MARY, may K,have HAUTL.UM againstthe ,i rand of this city was granted a THE OUTCAST LADY two-slory home on Whitehead

Gloria Knowles. Ella Mae Barry, !Pierce Robert Albury, Alfred of "drives" or impulses. Theseare deceased late of Monroe County t divorce after testifying that for Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orche street in exclusive neighborhood, Here is a real home-Bungalow

Lydia Bedia, Mary Elizabeth Rob 11 Lowe. Joseph Lowe. Dalbert Bethel inherited urges to do, to be, or County Florida,Jod the of Hon Monroe Hugh County Gunn.j, at I I 120 years she had lived in daily terror tra, 15-20c; Night, 15-25c fronting Coral Park and beautiful having 7 rooms, all modern 1 improvements

erts, Mary Louise Pinder. Joan and Reynold Valdez. to make believe. They appear in his office in the County Court House I I of her life. view of ocean. No better location ; 80 rose trees or more
every normal childi In Monroe County }Florida within j I could be found, and the price is in yard; 10 different kind of
--'- --- ------- -- eight calendar months from the Chicken feathers have been dissolved -
the world and No. 265.
over right. Listing
date of the first publication hereof. fruit trees and two bearing grape
they always have All claims and demands not to form a plastic suitable FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
Miss H. Roberts Garden Club To presented vines. Located one half block
I since the earliest within the time and In tile for making fountain pen's, in- t. Ideal Home corner of Flemingand from City Park in desirable
Weds I. Hold of manner prescribed herein shall be sulators and various novelties. White streets overlooking a moat
ThompsonThe Meeting ageS' man on barred as provided by law. aei Lborhood.'Near school, church
: earth. Dated Key NEW YORK government reservation. Southern
Wrest Florida
and Yacht Basin. Size of lot 8O
End A. 1 ,
> 1)35.PIjORKNCK
J and eastern This property -
marriage of Miss Helena The Key West Garden Club will I tried to show MALONEY SPOTTS. Colds exposure. by 90 feet. Price $5,500. Terms,
that they representnature's WOOD. Chest i i. offered at a bargain, and
Isabel Roberts of Mr.' meet tomorrow at 9:45 BOSTONFrom half cash. Listing No. 120.
daughter and
t attempt to All Executrix: of the Last Will and j .. .Best treated on ter. .. Listing No. 11.
and Mrs. John W. Roberts, to at the Woman's Clubhouse on educate the human child, or for Testament Deceased. of Mary 11 arHum, without "dOing"VIS
West alternate Fridays Her. is yowr opportunity for Seven-Room Bungalow In most
Ira B. Thompson: son of Mr. and Division street to further discuss that matter the kitten or the puppy. Jan 2-9.1 6.23 ) Key I
Nature says "Do" that you may I! 'I !! From New York alternate Tuesdays income property-Locatio., Unit desirable residential seehog. All
Mrs. Herbert took for the Flower Show to beheld
Saunders place plans .
acquire experiences and get the iTin: ('O"T'.nuaC: {' >IUT 1 ed street near White street. modern conveniences. House in the

last night at 7 o'clock at the' ( on February 20th, 21st and rough corners smoothed off. I 'mentioned "INNI'UJllIIU> FOIl. IO'no..: IOL.NT1.In :: -, STAINLESS now if you prefer I From Boston alternate Saturdays, Southern exposure. Improvements best of condition. Open plumbing,

First Methodist Church parsonage the child's desire to construct re state of consists of two small cottages new. etc. This Is a real bargain; $3*

here with the Reverend I 22nd.Mrs.. William II. Mblone president something the girl's irre- NKUUK< I.. SAUNDEUS.Deceased.. BENJAMIN LOPEZ 11 Also MJW ORLEANS to KEY WEST ly repaired and painted. Live in 500 takes it. Terms can be ar

George Summers officiating. I sistible yearning for a doll and the :NOTICK Alternate \\>d.*.d y.. Arrive one and rent the other. Terms can ranged. Listing No. 91.
..Mi.Virginia Saunders was,I of the Garden Club. has arranged boy's longing for a pet. To all creditors TO nUUITOIli and all persons! FUNERAL HOME 1 Keye.t **..
bridesmaid, with John G. Rob-I I that a Concert Tea be in Think how universal those urges having claims or demands against Established 49 Year I ing No. 49. Unimproved Building Lot. Size

erts acting as attendant to the'I progress on the first afternoon of are. A nature that can grow a said You Estate and each: of )you are hereby K., We.l' Oldest 1 I SO by 150 feet location Eagle

bridegroom. The ceremony was the Flower Show. This will be a tree from a seed that can createa notified and required to present any 24-Hoar Ambala.c.1 Scrvlc 2.U7J For location this cannot be. Avenue, Meachara uh-divuion..
claims and demands which you, or Licensed Embalmer I' C. K. SMITH, Aftei beat--Corner lot, fronting ocean,
Term be
private, with only members of colorful and distinctive touch for miracle like a child isn't goingto either of Price $550. can arranged. -
,both families present. an affair that is rapidly taking on leave .the development of its estate of you.NELLIE may have I. SAUNDEUS.against the Ph B. 135 Ni.bt 698-W I Key W..t next to Hotel Casa Marina, paved I Lilting No. 9%.

Following the wedding a reception -I grand proportions.This products to mere chance. No! A deceased, late of Monroe County street and sidewalk, and ea wall
that great will provide andit }Florida to the Hon. hugh Qunn. fronting property. Investigate thisat Fishing Camp, Big Pint Key-
was held at the home of Mr. and other important mat- power County Judge of Monroe County. at
and Mrs. Mervin Thompson where!' ters will be taken up at tomorrow's does rain sunshine and soil for his office in the County Court once. Property must be sold. Size of property, 100 feet water
Tefreshments of fruit and' the tree, and deep-seated urges for House In Monroe County. Florida Listing No. 188. frontage by 400 feet. Price $3.-
punch at which all
meeting members within eight calendar months from
beautiful children.We the date of the first Have installed 500. Term: half cash An additional -
cake served. publication
were Many be
are urged to present. of
-- Here i is opportunity a
you yourGeneral an
I must remember here that the hereof. All claims and demandsnot 300 feet of water frontageby
gifts were received by their j jolJlj ,t school and its subjects is a man- I presented within the time and life time-Two-story home, four 400 feet adjoining this

: coupleatVome -. .. 0') r: 'I''I'1Itt ChaTchjie made institution hence artificiaL I shall In the be barred manner as prescribed provided by herein law rooms and kitchen on first floor; ty. can also! be purchased,proper if ..
l1d "-rh }lI n"I l'e But the of children is nature's Dated four bed'roAms'and, hath'on seeond1iioo"h1t
play Key West. Florid,January
\ to their many friends at I To Give Sapper educational ' then .
CHAULKS 400 by feet. 'labeadvaat1e"of'
tTeTr home on Margaret street. child's work his business the insVantaneouV"water7 neater'and,
reason As Administrator of tbeKstat, : ,.of ruj fI-l. t'ldoftu'. "Ltstisig
.' I" 'I Ladies of the First M. E. he is serious'at play. For other Nellie L. Saunders deceased.. ; ;;: '.. if :'electr'parnp t tin.e.O 'tc. This 'No 71r I' .** ,t'f' * '' *' "ltOUf

Arranging For ; j Church will jse ve' an pyster: Supper drives, l look; to the significance ofcuriQsjty'imitatiori Jan--I'Z-: ; LifttopuRefrigerator i i. pafVofan tatethat'must''b_ t .: ( l. ,lot .'. .>>

Cabaret ShowMrs. :. I <<: tomorrowafternoon .ptarting worship "' emulation, hero GIRLS DON'T BE SKINNY! ,I :fU ;:. _____ :: '. ,.,,1 setLIed.,1'roperty( in the best of J./11 !" i,-t! Jt.1a} Sp' '.tp"W'J" !.r
I I at 5:30 o'clock in the Sunday i A :1. ) condition. ,, and, $1,8Q0 fash, Jf'kes' Front Property in business section
I|I School building. ,Examine the question, "why do -GET SOME'cu'RV !! ' ? ...., ;t1:' it. Worth.,4iiblet Listing ,'n ti.o[ .' ;;;f'tne
Lillian Connally, of New I Those in charge of the supper; girls playing play at fireman keeping soldier house boysat why Fill out those thin places and r ;i! I 264., c ' Machine1( shop aad lumber'sh'ed/en
York City, has arrived in Key have and the
I j prepared a good menu do they love to collect things, why get pretty curves men admire. small property. $18,000 takes it. Termsi
West to direct the annual Cabaret wxpect a large crowd to be in at do they have crushes why are theyso Take Vinol (iron tonic) and you'llbe If you are interested in one-third cash.. Listing No. 155.
individual Islands, act before
Show that for several years has tendance. insistent in asking questions surprised how your figure im { i
been held under the sponsorship, Then, you will see education natural proves. Tastes delicious. Oriental Only price advance. The price and Best of location. Corner prop-

of the Woman's Club here. I,' LEGALS education at work. It's reallya Pharmacy. locations are right. Our exclusive erty. Size 50 by 100 feet. In the
Mrs. is listing can fill your want main business block Duval
Connally no stranger, wonderful discovery. And you'll I on
this visit numbering approximately!! IN TIll {'OI \TV Jl'IMJrrs
    her fourteenth, and she with Mrs.I \ .\M. FOH >IO>KOK {'OI'\T'-: :questions about play at school and OYSTER SUPPER : Water front property on Big rifice for a quick sale. Take 'advantage
    1 Pine hotel and office
    "'I.OIlIItPRORT": KeyV, near post
    Norberg Thompson, chairman, an-: In It..: Rotate ofHD.'OIW Education through physical activity.Dr. Auspices "1 ? fronting 300 feet of water of this opportunity. Listing

    ticipate a more than ordinarily : It. KELLU t.n.-c-ea/led.Sit, Ireland will write about Ladies First M. E. Church and 400 feet :'on County Road.This No. 64.
    successful Cabaret Show this*! mow and iu play next week.Children's l $1
    location cannot be better. The Most desirably located'proper..
    All Creditors and All 1'ernon m :
    year. ( '
    Staving Claims or Demands Tomorrow Evening 5:30 O'clock price is right and terms can be ar ty on Southard street. Size, 50
    This entertainment. which will ,
    hJlOS)[ ) All THIS I O !
    be comprised almost entirely of i Against You and Said each Estate of you: are hereby Coughs PRICE SOc milk ranged Listing No. 79. feet, 2 inches by 137 fee Li. Improvements .
    5qs. 2 S
    local talent will take place at the,I notified and required to present any Need Creomulsion 1 doz. csil 5 I Ib. tmicct Acreage ost Big Pine Key. This consists of a two-story
    '!claims and demands which you. or 1 pk...OHM 0 2 cn fautIBICC eight-room home, fronting South
    Coral Isle Casino on the evening:i either ofOU. may hate against Always get the best, fastest and i boicl ciisap Is water front property on the Atlantic
    'I, the estate of 1 bout kernel 0 2 Ibs. ard street, and a six-room cottage,
    of February 8th. Daily rehearsals: Medford R. Kellum surest treatment for your child's' down and .front Newfound
    i Sr., t coo 1 tb* rout 1 brad
    l deceased late of Monroe! County of .
    are in progress at Aronovitz Hall I I Florida, to the lion Hugh nunn.I cough or cold. Prudent mothersmore I' ,1 Ittruce 1 bi cucumber Harbor Key. Size of property, 150 fronting alley rear property.First

    at 4 and 9 p. m., where a sparkling .I 1 i County Judge of Monroe County. at and more are turning to '. puts!. one'in your celery 2 Ibs. lonttcoe S 2 crape fruit 1 busch 0 2 acre The price I*' right. Terms; $2,700 takes it. Listing* No.
    program is rapidly being ar his office In the County CourthouseIn Creomulsion for any cough or cold'' f h" limons i X doze oraot, One-third cash, and balance can 197. i
    Monroe County, Florida. within that starts.'_ I 1 lit ulid dressing 1 Ib. '.
    ranged. eight calendar months from the : lard e 2 Itfc-OTer ceo be arranged. Listing; No. 69. -*, "
    I date of the first publication hereof. CreomuUion emulsifies creosote I 'I'! : 1: tuners 1 qt. :w. er boot A Cottage having*.7/rooms and
    All claims and demands not I.re- with six other important medicinal i[ t 2 quck freeiin trsys (2O Ideal Home Site On North bath in most desirable ''location.la .
    Sock Social Was I sented within the time and In the elements- it is truly an ele anti' !:,\.'\ ',;.- ice cubcs-2 ib*. of ice),< condition .
    manner prescribed herein Khali be Beach-Unimproved corner lot, best of o..ot. 50 by

    Greatly EnjoyedThe barred Dated as January provided%3.by A,law.I). 1)23, remedy prescription., but contains It is not no narcotics'a cheap'!: BAUSCH & LOMB CLASS > I $1.00 per month until July 1st. takes size 99 by 150 feet, fronting 65 feet located on Southard street,
    -- -- "
    1 three streets riparian rights. Thisis near White street. OwneVvOffersthis
    IDA KELIA'M SIIA W. and your own druggist is au-j
    Sock Social held last night JAMES J. KKLLUM. thorized to refund-your money on1: It has been said that no care 'of the paymentDon't the spot to build your home on, proprty for $3,0001 told i.
    As Executors: of the Lat Will and !. Lens can be better than the and the i is the 60 days. Listingt No.
    by the Woman's Guild of St. Testament of Medford R. Kellum, the spot if your cough or cold is price right. ListingNo. next
    Paul's Parish successfuland t5r". Deceased. not relieved by Creomulsion. glass from which it is made. miss the chance to have the 212. 18' 'HI.
    very jan 3-30 adv. I That .iyt
    ; ft'1.613BEARUP'S ( ) is why ORTHOGONS are '- '
    enjoyable.The made from Bausch &: Lomb best of refrigeration at a All the above and additional improved and -
    play "A Rainbow of Husband DRY
    !!." under the direction of WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. Brazil accepts reciprocal tariff I glass. They are crystal clear, small ,cost improved business and residential properties In the city,
    with the United States.PALACE. I uniform in refractive indes '
    and the Florida Keys too
    on to
    Emil Sweeting was well-received PHONE 152M. dec20BumsteadsWormSymp acreage met Oft
    I and dispersion, free from all See this trial listed in office. Call and make known
    by a delighted and appreciative us regarding plan. are our your ta
    striae bubbles and flaws.
    audience. -prices and terms are righLPAUL .

    Refreshments the presentation were served of following the- Reb Russell in :': DR.J.LVALDES The Key West t Electric Co. '

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    tiff !? aa turd f BMrry.ThoM
    play and f ....
    present expressed ,
    ffsMl are IDiI.aM. NtVEB
    IT '
    .,.. DH..It. MarrllT I OrtKogon Soft-Lite Lic..*.. L BOYSEN COMPANY
    themselves as being more -a ., fiA TOS.s.: II _I.t.and.nom aU d.*.*.!. Two 2-Reel Comedies A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager :
    than pleased with the entire evening' .....,.. ..iztvrs: thi. I oitl ...et'.ben I 532 Duval Street .
    sr b SMU. Me a bvttte.bt. Matinees 10-lSc; Night; 10-20c< I

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