The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 2, 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 55 Years Devoted to the I country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West I \ I range of onljf Fahrenheit

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Constantly Reminded Of KNIGHT WRITES I r PARK I' OF A MINOR Centered In Immediate
Procedure Relative I SSCS e eSS eSS..SSSSSSSI
I Selections to be played by the I John II. Gunner and FiorinaI

To Legislative Woods arrested Administration RelativeTo
Key West Hospitality Band at were yesterdayat ,
by Deputy
-- I its weekly concert tomorrow aft- I
I Enrique Mayg, and brought toI OperationsBy
Leaving by plane today for an ernoon in Colonial Park were announced Chief Harry Baker of the Key
I I j Key West on charges of contribut- West Fire Department addressedthe J
AS SENT RELATIVETO inspection of Fort Jefferson The
concert I
was today. ing to the of minor Council in I
HERBERT PLUMMER I delinquency a City regular session _ _
c.Iy AI.... Ire_) BILL INTRODUCED IS Thomas HiLben, chief engineer of' starts at 4 o'clock, and the bandis Clarence Woods, who was with last night asking permission i'' ;se ': (('II''I.f af ......... The A. vrialrdrrrim.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.-Time REPRODUCED FOR BENEFITOF the Federal Emergency Relief Ad- under the direction of Alfred I them. All of the principals in the for the operation of a carnival \\\anhiaclitM
show in Key West beginning i Development at various points
ministration, who is in Florida to I matter are colored. ,I
was when a chairman of the rules March 15.After .
PUBLIC I I I The arrest was brought about of the political compass are tingling -
committe. of the house was numbered look over the rehabilitation of The program follows: I some discussion, it was'
I I following a complaint made at thesheriffs decided to confer with M. E. Gil- oat Postmaster General Far-
Key West and other projects in 1. M'arch. '
among the three potentatesof I office. Chief Deputy fond, FERA administrator here,
herewith !ia Icy with increasing
a frequency
copyof asa
that body-the other two being different sections of the state. I 2. Overture, "The Amazon"Keisler Clements Jaycocks learned of the relative to the matter. The coun-

of I cil expressed itself as being fav- dorm center in the immediate,
the Speaker and the majority a letter from P. O. Knifht. Ned Bruce, outstanding artj t departure Qf the man, woman and

of the United States and head of':' 3. Waltz, "Ciribinbin"-Aper- boy the and wired orable toward the proposition due future of the Roosevelt admini.
Tampa to Senator Park Tr.m-I over highway ,
be -
floor leader. to the fact-that it is to operated
1r the painting and sculpture sec-1' taloza. Deputy Mayg to arrest them upon for the benefit of tie! Fire tration.

His claim to the triumvirate lay mell, of Florida, commenting on 1 I tion of the treasury department,' 4. Medley, "All Night" their arrival at Matecumbe by Department. Everything is said to The
lip the Sinclair let-
in the fact that his committee an article relative to the bill introduced ! was in company with Mr. Hibben.I Brockton. ferry. 1 I I I be favorable with all parties con- C over

controls the destiny of more proposed I 5. March. I cerned. _- ter during last year' campaign
legislation than any otherin in the senate by the senator Also making the trip were 6. Popular, "The Man on the !I p ,
Ben Krause Carnival Company and the
GROUP'ARRIVES The more recent incident of
the house. The rules committee Robert Unkrich, executive officeof Flying Trapeze." :
proposing to restore the naval I will be the I attraction to be ALTO ADAMS
can report a rule for consideration the administration, of Jack-I t 7. Overture,. "The Fountainof be the rare stamp Farley handed
offered, which. it is said will District Deputy Grand Exalted
of a bill any day. It station at Key West sonville; B. M. Duncan, engineerin Youth"-King. HEREON VISIT staged' on the diamondball field Ruler out as souvenirs, represent only
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can bring in a rule for consideration charge of the bridges and inland 8. Popular, "Cocktails for
I at Bayview Park.
of any bill that has been reported The article appeared in The :Two." f minor details of a complicated
waterway projects Richard A communication was read
out of committee at any Citizen in the issue of Tuesday, ; t 9. Migonnette-Daumon.i I[I ELKS OFFICIALTO situation.
Thruelson, writer, who is gather!'i 10. Star Spangled Banner- W. B. Ballard and G. W. Tay- from the American Legion re-
time.But ,man, _of the Phenix Supply company -'i' that the )license for the
it must be careful to select January 22, and was sent to this ing iniormauon for articles! ; Key. questing Within the circle of the l'resldent's -
R. W. Bagwell and D. of stock theatrical VISIT HERE
the bill the majority of the Beverly Smith, staff writer of the i ; D'j[operation a democIatic advisers there
pper by Washington correspon. Hoffman, of the Colgate Peet ,, company in the near future in
house seems to want most, as the I I American Magazine, also as- have
:LIQUOR SEIZED company, and C. E. Mason, P. W. Key West for the benefit of the been many murmurs aboutFarley's
rule it brings in must be adopted dent, Paul May. sembling data for a special article COMING WEEKALTO
I Brower and J. E. McRee, of the ,, legion, be exempted. This matter political activities. particularly -
by the house. on Key West.
Bollard Supply company, are visitors -,, will also be referred to Mr. Gil- in relation
The letter follows: to federal
The chairman of the rules committee Others on the plane were: Hilton -
in West. I I sanction. The
today Key fond for his coun-
in the present con, res?- f February 1, 1935 Holmes, Joseph S. Raine, Wil- ATJAYERNIER I patronage.
j.: arrived in favorable this
They yesterday a cil is also to propo- ADAMS TO MEET WITH
John J. O'Connor of New York Trammell )liam Fickinger Harriet Fickinger Among the
Park I[ | group for a visit with B. D. Trevor -' sition. insurgent republicans -
City-a veteran of 16 years' service Office Mary L. Cox, Margaret Bartlett,!I LOCAL LODGE WILL BE who have
!I: Senate Building BROUGHT TO KEY WEST BY I and his ron Edwin F. Trevor, Officers' reports were read with I I ; I supported Mr.
,has learned this to his dis
Fred Eberhardt Bruce,
Washington, D. C. and contemplate enjoying the other routine matters attended to I ACCOMPANIED BY MR. AND Roosevelt there is increasingly

comfiture.Strategy Upset I I' Dear Senator: Richard Bow, Grace Smith, Ralph I DEPUTY SHERIFF L. I/j.hing: while here. after which the meeting was ordered r vocal! protest because!: Farley con-
: C. Willetts, Thomas Hunt MRS. HARRY BETHEL
O'Connor, who succeeded to the,, I was very much pleased when MALONEY adjourned. I tinues to hold both the postmaster

chairmanship of the rules com':; I received from Key West a clipping -I ANOTHER WINTER 1 I ]I generalship and, the chairmanship:
mittee after Bankhead of Ala- from the Key West Citizen HANDICRAFT Alto Adams District Deputy of the democratic national committee
bama chosen floor leader for II Sheriff
was Deputy Louis Maloneyat
| giving notice of your having in- ,VISITOR ARRIVES I months after the President .
the democrats, attempted to per-! LANDED BY TRIOOUTYESTERDAYi Lower Matecumbe\ arrived in I i Grand Exalted Ruler. Florida,
'troduced 1 in the senate a bill to I S CLASSES WILL I i himself publicly condemnedthe
suade his to report outa : the city yesterday with 22 cases II East. B. P, 0. Elks, will arrive
1 I
rule, described by republicans; restore the United States naval l I of liquor he seized at Tavernier. practice of party officials being

and some 'democrat! as a "gag,"1 I l station at that point. You could : The seizure 'was made on a Among recent arrivals in Keyt4Vest4s .[ BEGIN MONDAY next week in Key West and pay also public: officers.

to force. President Roosevelt's I warrant.isauodfi'ons.theofIiaof > ..No"....thAt..s..niIL: ebruu..
;; not have done- more worthy.act: L 'I j I Ralph"TobrinerofWashington ,[h 5"'otfidalvisit toKcy-s lWcrt
work relief program through the end, a?! chairman of the enstc 1 Peace Justice E. R. Lowe at Tav. D. C., who is a visitor for I one, of the Ynost intrepid of the

house. I' naval affairs committee, you can : PARTY TAKEN ON TRIP BY :ernier and the liquor brought the winter season to abrorb the t I Lodge B. P. O. Elks 551 Thursday -I Roosevelt republicans, has begunto

The rule permitted the tyjnjr of1 I I have this bill passed. I I II here for safe keeping. sunshine and find relief from sinus I OPERATIONS TO BE CARRIED February 7. complain against what he calls

fIG strings to the $4,800.000.000 While Mr. Stone has done remarkable ERNEST HEMINGWAY; SAID\'I This morning it was checked trouble.Mr. I "Farleyizing" the government
:; ON IN OLD JEFFERSON i Mr. Adams will be accompaniedon ,'
fund. The strategy was to make work, I am afraid the i and stored in the vault in the office : Tobriner expects to be '[ Washington is on the lookout for

this an example-that under no I I.l work he has done will be only of ; TO BE RECORD CATCH IN I of County Clerk Ross C. Saw- joined later by his parents, who I HOTEL BUILDING ON DUVAJL his trip by Harry Bethel, formerly : some real excitement.

circumstances would the house a temporary character. What Key !i LOCAL WATERS II yer. will spend a while in Key West. of Key West, and Mrs. Moffett Disappointed?

tolerate any "wild" action on any West needs is something substantial .. ---_. . I STREET I Bethel, and expects to be at the: Friends of James A. Moffett,
part of the administration's i>ro- ', I i about 2 o'clock in the the
and something that will give 'I lodge rooms I housing administrator, have
gram for recovery and reform. it a permanent income. | Three men in a boat, three fail l!, Classes in handicraft will start afternoon the day on which he ar heard without surprise that 'lie

Insiders ray O'Connor and his It is the Gibraltar of America.It fish one on each of three lires"; TODAY'S WEATHER Mpnday at the workshop in the plans soon to return to private
( Miss Nina G. ,
advisers acted too hastily. Theprt'pondt'rant controls the southeastern At-j and three prizes captured by the > old Hotel Building,
social The visiting dignitary is well life.When
democratic majorityin Ryder, director of ,
lantic Ocean. the Caribbean Sea I nrcrs. The first cateh of this f. he took charge of the
the house has forced a reorganization 1 for the Florida ERA, announced known to Key Westers. lie
; I many
Gulf of Mexico. recorded in housing last
and the j kind many years. J campaign summer,
Temperature WEATHER FORECASTTill !:I
of committees and All the governmental activities' This the experience of this morning. is an attorney, completed his I Moffett of the
"rules" got its share of newcomers -I i was of t i Highest ................................_..71|I 1 I Five teachers have been trained was one most
I and agencies that were once eStablished -, Maxwell Perkins, publisher in law and graduatedfrom optimistic of the "new deal"
.plus the republicans on the and abandoned should j Scribners magazine Erl RIman,1,! Lowest ......................._......__..57j ( 8 p. m., Sunday) | in this work and will have charge course was thusiasts.He en

committee who "gummed up" the I now be re-established. They are* editor of Rod and; Reel in the!,.Mean ..................-..._...._.64! Key West and Vicinity: Fair of the classes which are open to Florida University in 1921, I predicted a great outpouring -

Ihow. necessary governmental activities Miami Herald and their host Ernest 'I Normal Mean _.._....__.70 I and not quite so cold tonight and the public at no cost. Those to, practicing his profession ,in Flor. of capital and credit for homo
Th.-ir 'rotesti forced 1 Chairman I Rainfall classes Mrs. Thelma ida that time.
teach since
i and when established they Hemingway, author of Key 1 The are construction and talked of putting
O'Connor and the leadership of i will be of sufficient income to West. i I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I .F. Fi1.. Spear, head teacher; Mrs. Hilda: Mr. 'Adams was exalted ruer I 5,000,000 men to work. That
the house to delay their pro ram. j it used! to be'I Il Normal Precipitation _. .04 I'1s'i \ \ j Sands, Mrs. May Gandolfo, Mrs.
I support the city as This happened while they were II .. -- i of Fort Pierce Lodge in 1928 would have meant the end of the
It was oily a momentary delay, l I supported. j jI [lout in Mr. He'mingway's cruiser ,I (.TklM<1I. C aS record M .'lk r vrr..1.zI-heur. _. .1'.1 i[ Josephine Vinson, and Mrs. Es- when that organization ranked unemploymant crisis, poibly the
but :sutnciont! not only to upset trust you will make every effort yesterday and was the thrilling i I i I I I Tomorrow's Almanac fi"V tella Roche. i end federal relief.
carefully laid plans! of strategy, !i> i iI i \ Daily classes will be held for second in the nation in charity
to see that this bill is passed. climax to a cruise during which a I J. I I Employment has IncrcarciJ(
I ...... t ,
to Sun rises 7:09 a. m. :P
but also to cause everyone fee relief clients who wish to take work capita. lie U Rotarian
It is to. per a
You can have it done. up I number of prizes were caught. i ii I somewhat in the building trades,
!! ... ..... '
the wall. Sun sets ._._ 6:13 p. m. I'
the handwriting on .h. ( : this'
I you. U *''S.11 Mr. and Mrs. Perkins have been ii., 'kIM "' t Advantage opportunity to tnj member of the( American I and some new money lias beep
.. .... "
Some See Trouble Ahead i l Moon rises . 7:92 a. m. which
I Jearn to make articles
With bert wishes and assurances!: : here several days and had a most I II ? s can i put into construction. oezre':
;t Legion.
Many profess to see in this incident i : Moon sets ...............-. 6:29 p. m.1I2' I be, marketed. A number of visitors
of the highest regard, I remain ,'delightful visit. They will leave : li4_ (/.I. While it teems to be the intention -' figures 'are available, but no one
of what I'I'I I New moon, 3rd--- a. m. l4
the beginning may _
administration Sincerely yours, I I this afternoon for New York. I ', s'c'fJyFaIr' ,'.' : in Key' West, as well as of the District Deputy Grand : contends the result! have come
mean serious trouble for the hou cl PETER O. KNIGHT. Mr. Roman has also been in i| Tomorrow's; Titles ----" 'I local residents,, have already expressed Exalted ,Ruler to pay lut a brief : up to Moffett's,predictions' ,

later. The "new I I I I Key West for a few days combining -t A.M. P.M.1lligh : a desire' to purchase articles -'visit, said several members,of the i I Big business still hesitates, and

tince the advent of the ..... .... _..... 9:5-1 9:42 t 1 which have been made by! '
amenable to the pleasure and business. and expects , Sunday; moderate to fresh north-I local lodge, it is the intention of the government is turning to new

deal, has been House. There REQUEST CHECK I to return to Miami tnis I i Low "h..m..."" ". 3:38 3:00 erly winds. j teachers during their training., the local members to make over- methods of stimulating recovery.
wishes of the ; ,
the I afternoon. Barometer at 8 a. m., today: ; Florida: : Fair, not quite so cold period. t I tures to the visitor to remain for The housing administration cane

democrats have been, freely complaints voiced among, that during -j IN WORK CARDS I II I Sea level, 3019. tonight and Sunday. I I, Some relief clients skilled in;1 a stay which will enable him to in with a great burst of publicity;

Jacksonville hand work be assigned to, fish- not so much i b heard about it
i : to Florida Straits: r go out for at least one day's now.
"Roosevelt" congress -
the first prevented from i! I MRS. MALONEY I I I.owe lliglestStation ; Fresh north winds; weather fairtonil'ht the classes, Miss Ryder said. !| ing. CCC Escapes CriticismThe :
they were Last Night YeslerIayAbilene j Persons interested in I learning
and Sunday.
i I is different
exercising more than a voting j FERA ENDEAVORING TO I DIES YESTERDAY.!I .........- 30 44I East Gulf: Fresh north and I handicraft will be able to enrollJthe story
down the street where Robert
membership.Now .
I I following days next week: NODES GIVEN
Atlanta ... 28 42 northeast winds.VKATIIEU .
they are demanding a It HAVE TIME CONTRIBUTED I ----' ; presides over the civilian:

change and think they can get it. I l Boston .............. 18 28 I Monday and Thursday at 1 p. m.. I conservation eorp
I Harris
School Southard street
FUNERAL SERVICE TO BE. Buffalo .........._ 26 32 \ CONDITIONS [Tuesday and Friday at 1 p. m., HEARING HERE That was one "new deal") agen-.

I Charleston .._ 30 46 I f cy which made no appeal to private
Wesley Community House on i __ I
CUBA CARRIES CONDUCTED ON MONDAY I There has been a decided fall capital, and was in no 'wife
I Another plea that volunteer Chicago ..__ 28 38 II in pressure over the northeastern I Varela street, and' Saturday at; dependent on popular support.

PASSENGERS;: word cards:, showing the number I,, MORNINGMrs. Denver _______ 34 64 portion of the country, and pressure -I I 8:30 a. m., at worshop in Jefferson DEFENDANT ARRAIGNED YES Some sneering accompanied its
of hours citizens- have worked I Detroit _..._ 30 38 I is moderately low this morn- Hotel Building.ANNOUNCEDEATH. TERDAY ON CHARGE OF inauguration, and there have been

!I since they enlisted in the Volunteer -I Galveston 50 iOf ing from the northern Lake region a few troubles with local authorities -

c.b..iI.d; yesterday Work Corps, be brought up I Mary Eliza Maloney 82 eastward over New Eng GRAND LARCENY here and there, but in the
Steamship _
Havana 66
for Havana with 101 first i,, to date was issued today by the years old, :died 3:30 o'clock yes-:f ---; land Eastport. Me., 29.86 inches; main it would be hard to think of

class nine second classpassengers Key West Administration. i iII I jterday,afternoon in'the home at if: Jacksonville 34 48 while the western field of high any of the Roosevelt projects

passengers, four tons of freight!!II I Efforts are being made to obtain -,916 Elizabeth street. I Kansas City 30 32I pressure extends from the north- OF MRS. C. BARRYNews F. E. Nodes, charged with which: has escaped with less open

and 179 sacks of mail. an accurate checkup on the I I I II Funeral cervices will be held I; KEY WEST ...... 57 71 ern Rockies southeastward over grand:larceny, was arraigned for criticism.

Ferry Palma arrived yesterday I I' number of hours members of the :Monday morning 10 o'clock.!I Little Rock 42 60 ; the Gulf states Helena, Mont., f preliminary hearing in the court The the of the corps shortly! is
with corps already have worked out, Other announcements will be i and Sault Lake City, Utah. 30.70 has been received in the of Peace Justice Rogelio Gomez to be doubled. Even then it will
afternoon from Cuba oneilcar j I Los ...
Angeles 66 84
of Mrs.
announcing the death
of bones, end the cards should be mailed to made upon the arrival of her I' inches, and Abilene, Texas. 30.60 city yesterday. remain one of the most modest
of cucumbers, one tankage, j I I the research and statistics department daughter, :Mrs. Wales Benham!Louisville 34 42 inches. The only measurable prje-I C. S. Barry which occurred at The defendant was released on'. of the new deal ventures.

one of machinery. and one 21 empty,j of the administration, it t I who is expected to arrive tomor- Miami ..--... 46 70 cipitation during the last 24 hourswas midnight last night at her. homein bond of $250 for appearance at f In the degree of pride.which it
104 sacks of mail I II' I
was said. '.' row from her home in Norfolk, Minneapolis 30 38 light rain on the coast of, Dumont. New Jersey. the March term of Criminal I engenders in the hearts of the.

cars. : Brazos of the Cl>'de-j'I' On the back of the cards the Va. I New Orleans _.. 46 60 -Washington.: Temperatures hare f Mrs. Barry before marriage was Court. I Roosevelt followers however, it la
Steamship;; ,
New ., .._ 26 fallen in the West Gulf Miss Hattie Thompson sister of here on rank near the top.WE .
Mallory Lines, arrived 8:30 o'clock t I amount of money spent for labor t Lopez Funeral Home will be in! York 16 States Nodes was arrested a conceded a
. 56$ and in central and the late Walter W. Thompson.DANCE and wa released -
last night from Galveston and' in repair work gardening or other -, charge of arrangement I Pensacola - 38 southern vagrancy charge :::
fcailed 10:45 o'clock for Jacksonville private projects, should be not- Mrs. Mhloney is survived by I Pittsburgh 32 40 Florida and readings are generally on bond of $20. Before leaving I; SPECIALIZE IN

and New York with a cargo 1!,I ed. Expenditures for labor are being one daughter. Mrs. Benham. ai St. Louis ......._ 30 40 below normal in the middle and for, Miami be is alleged lo i CLEANING, POLISHING
Salt Lake ., 30 48 South Atlantic States while mild I have stolen from his attorney,
f sea food bottles, sponges and j I accepted lieu of actual son, Paul R. Maloney, of Seattle, City ; : AUTO
*live: turtles. !I hours worked whenever a citizen Washington; two grandchildren, San Francisco .. 46 60 weather, for the season, prevails I Tonight From 10 Till ? George G. Brooks. a sum of mon- AND GENERAL '

Yacht Sylvia II. of Philadelphia i prefers to make that kind of-a con- J. Y. Porter 'III, of Norfolk, V-.! Seattle 48 58 throughout the remainder of the RAUL'S CLUBBob ey. He wax arrested in Miami and REPAIRS '

I ._.._..... 36 6.- back to Key West'Tuesday -! Service Station
arrived in port this morning andis tribution. Only the expendituresfor Francis Myers of Tampa and Tamp country. I Pinder and His Orchestra brought (' Lou Smith

berthed at a pier in the' inner j I labor are to be noted i in that one sister Mrs. Euphemia Ma- Washington ..-: 16 30 G. S, KENNEDY. Cents 1.00 Plax Tax of this week by Sheriff K. 0. I White at Catherine Phone 522

harbor. way, it was emphasized. j I II t loner, of, Miami. Williston ,_ 26 42 Official in Chnrpf.'. Ladle Free Thompson. ,




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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY>;: 2,1935.puWUhed .
: iif cw REWARD EFFICIENCY ....,.....*................ ;
flbr [5t SPRING GRADUATES Liberty League adopts platform -
., KEY IN T'r1 :n1' opposing Roosevelt policies.
Dally Except Sunday By Efficient government is necessary in ; QO.OR CnfD'HD [ ADDING TO WORRIESOF

TUK CITIXKN.... 1*. AKTUA muusiiiJkC. INC. the United States if our system of govern DAYS GONE BY Anniversariesr? THE SCUOCLM I NAZI OFFICIALSBERLIN 1\'\"...i"'IIISPIND/ .

.From Th Citlxen BuildingCorner is establish itself. Most of Happening Jest Year I-I!
ment to the Here 10 if, t 0.Auras(i.UcELA1.D -

Greene and Ann Street people of Key West take it for granted Ago Today At Taken Front" '1651-Sir William Phips. poor ....1.w.1-.,s-r1.Id t-..M.4.1.,,tiIIII u-,__ i ," Feb. 2.-What to do I; :

Only Pally Newspaper.: In Key West and Monroe that the American form of government has The Files Of The Citizen Maine boy who recovered wreck- I with 600,000 young Germans who 1I YOURVACATION
County. treasure, was knighted and made Snow and Ice
mischance. : will complete school II j
succeeded beyond In that assumption Massachusetts governor, born at secondary
Entered at Key West. Florida aa second class matter Information received today and I
School located in the snow
in Bristol Maine. Died 18 I courses next spring presents a
they are vastly error. shows that has f'.b. '
P1FTVSIXT1I1JAH: I Joseph Mulberg 1695. ice regions of the country< The federal republic, as we know it, purchased the interest of his partner -, tunate. *Materials for building; und youth
JUcvber .! 1W A..elatel Pres. U. T. Bass, in the Okeecl1oe : the 4uor, I leaders already are worrying
is a baby government in age. Other peo scolpton&g >piled> up at I FLORIDATYPEWRITING
The Associated Press is exclusively to use.r Supply Store!, at Okeechobee 1764 Prince ffr ord.Talley- and how ypung dill.I about.
_. republication of all news dispatches credited t* ples of the world watch its in orderto I t
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and als* course Fla. I rand, French statesman, born. dren'like tu' 'work I So many thousands of recent jorgourIiEALTHIII" \
the local news published berg.aVIISCRIPTIUY see its fruits. Apparently, it is full of Did May 17, 1838.1809Geol'lte out ideas ,with their i graduates have been sent to farms ,

HATES. good, because Americans enjoy great Key Westers should crowd the I hands,. 'I for the "land year" or to labor l/fi! I"\\\\1
Ale Tear - U'.OI office of the county clerk at theme The impulse is inherited 1 camps that these possibilities for
ix Months i. 601 prosperity and liberty but, on the other Engtlnann. Missouri's ; of !
ting'to' course virtual-i
three Months Z.$* be held Wednesdaynight paring unemployment list !
>n. Month .81 hand, ask some, is this not due to the great when the matter of bonding pioneer botanist, physicianand and b therefore significant : ly are exhausted. j I
.:i meteorologist, born in Ger
Weekly the county for building the road I in educa- In an appeal l signed by Leaders!
resources of nature which abound i in the :
many. Died in St. Louis, Feb. 4, j
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tion. The'urge to !
ADVERTISING RATES to the mainland and the boulevard Hecker. Ley von Schirach and
Mad known on application. United States? 1884. create something is powerful.
comes up for consideration.A Syrup chieftains respectively] of
SPECIAL AOTICli The fundamental] principle pon will From such little beginnings come .I the Reich economics chamber, labor
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions elopeet. committee present a petition ;
and sculptOrs.V
rbltuary notices .etc. will be charred for at which rests the American theory of government praying the commissionersto 184J-.lnu; Ne>l on, Minnesota should bridge this desire to front youth movement and PAPER
recognize }in
L rate of 10 cents a Une.NoUCI governor and U. S. Senator, labor
authorize a bond election for insurance office, a cam i
a for entertainment by churc&en from Whici is that officers and officials will construct; Our opportunities' for
I revenue Is to be derived are C cents a line $2,500,000. A large attendance ef born "in Norway.: DiedApri 28, bringing out the artistic, for encouraging paign is forecast whereby wn-'
The Citizen IB an open forum and Invites discustutt serve the public. That some of them residents will be en-indication;; of 1923.: children to work out ployers will be forced to take :apprentices : -' '
of public Issues and subjects of local or genera: '
Merest but It will not publish anonymous communlittl earnestly strive to do this to the best of : hearty interest the people art taking their thoughts. '.nd to strive forth into their service. I 7Sc

/na their ability is not doubted, but that others in the matter it was'shown, 1870-Walkec: D. Hines, lawyer best result- Its a case where 'I The manifesto gives the assur-
and will be an incentive to those I director-general of railways the imagination can'end'in actual: ance that the boys and girls will i
feather their nests, and look out for theii :' who are planning to make Key ((1918-20)" ), adviser to Governmentof aceowplisl nt., i be faithful learners and work'rs'l) Package of 500 Sheets

SIDELIGHTSBy friends, is also not to be doubted. West the greatest winter- resortin Turkey. born at Rusellville For the older children, there is'I I

The above observation does not apply the south. Ky. Died Jan. '141934.. """ no' better health-building exercise GOOD QUALITY BOND
than good ;outdoor ice skating,
to the federal government alone. It Judge\ Jerry B. Sullivan, of the ..... to snow-shoeing ,skiing, and tobog i Notice To Subscribers I II PAPER
MARCY B. DARNALL, is a fact in Monroe county as well. When customs court will hold a session pnmg. These are social occasionstoo I I

Former Edit r of The Key West Citizen the people see in this city and county that in Key West tomorrow. There are Today In History when; the whole group well .fells Plea e be prompt In paying I -THE-
15 or 20 ewes to come before this .....e..,..,.v-e.a.. .., the spirit of fun. ' many the carrier wno delivers your I
they have, in office, men who are faithfulto of us tan remember! But there is
tribunal most of which represent paper. He pan The Citizen
An unusual bridge incident is reported their official trusts they should appre- matters (concerning- differencein 1848-Historic Treaty of ,,more to this educational:opportunity. 15 cents a week for' the'pa* j I .AMMAN PRESS
Guadalups_ Hidalgo .between U. S. Remember the wet clothes I
from Geraldine, Mont. Mrs. R. M. ciate the fact. On the other hand, when appraisement.. After the decision i- and Mexico. I and cold feet? Re'merober; the appetite : per anj cell it la r ea for 20 l I l '
of the customs court, either f'_ t -bow' of cents. His profit for '*.*- Citizen
Porter held 13 spades and bid seven they see a man holding public office, who good a glass warm : Bldg.
fag Is 5
the cents weekly
government or an importermay I milk tasted,'and bow well we slept? on each II
spades. Her, partner; over-bid her with a disregards the rights of all' except those carry the matter to the, customs I 1876-NationtLeagueot: l Baseball. Clubs organized: Professional I'm: trying to point out a duty to subscriber.; If.... I ia not paid i .1 PHONE, Jfc\
court of for finaldisposition .. HE loses. Not The Ciis.e. : ; ji..1.
( { who help him, they should be equally as appeal " both. teacher and parent. .
no.lrurrip' .. in New '_
grand slam, fn :| He was doubled, emphatic in kicking him out. of the case. If the decision fork. ] Encourage these -'sports notalone1 1

,1 vulnerable-and made it. is not satisfactory it can betaken for'th wonderful exercise l ... ..... .. .'
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We make no attempt here to apply to the supreme court. I 1381: -First: Christian; \ Endeavor and fun, but that you may teach -' "

these observations to anybody, as this is Society Portland, Maine. a little more purposefully\ the correct -!l CONDENSED ------------r
Outside capitalists are making diet for that appetite, the J I STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
After riding in A. L. Dittman's taxi the duty of the individual citizen. He '
overtures for the purchase of delinquent 1932-First world conferenceon hours of sleep needed, the importance i j THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
from Kansas City to Council Bluffs, three should exercise the privileges that go with properties in Key West. disarmament opened in Gene: of changing into dry clothes, KEY WESTas
his his in TWO this week called the prevention of frostbite the
citizenship and do part keeping strangers on va.
passengers not only refused to pay their Tax Collector Arthur Sheppardand I pleasant sensation of a good bath at the close of business December 31, 1934,

fare, but robbed him of $1.45. Adding good men in office and bad men out. offered to purchase all of the resenting all of the local organ- and rub down, and how clean' 'and Comptroller's Call '

property of delinquent taxpayerso izations met at the Knights of interesting outdoor ,port$ may' le. RESOURCESLoans
further insult to injury they locked him ina WHY U. S. MOTORS MOST [ which the city has title. The Pythias hall last night to" discus>*E -Pa1iu! 'l iij'be the subject of Dr. and Investments. $ 305,639.43.
I Overdrafts _
refrigerator car, where he was found tax certificates amount to approximately plans for the celebration of Wash 1rslawd'a were: articlf.Today's Banking House, Furniture 'f1.Gl

$400,000, and the ington's Birthday. Tbe' meetingwas I.e.e.e..el......... and Fixtures _
and released some hours later.In The world may go motoring today on sale of these would make the presided over by Millard Gibson Horoscope of States and Pos- 33,082.33Bonds

9,152,282 miles of highway and there are financial condition of Key West who stated first that as the sessions of the UnitedStates

an average of 3.6 automobiles for every comparable with any other cityin holiday fell' on' Sunday- this year .... .- ._......*... ....... ...,.....,.. .." ....".. ..::- :-_ 139,370.68
his syndicated column Drew Pear- the state. Monday would beth day for ThU Other Bonds and Securities 74,204-03
day gives a naturally aggressive
mile of road on earth. celebration. An outline of the Stock of the Federal Re-
son reveals that Congressman Palmisano, nature, and one fully Bank __.,..,.
serve 6.000.00Temporary'
Uncle Sam could take a jaunt of 3- The Monroe Investment com many activities was read and a '
chairman of the House committee I alive to its own interests. This Federal De-
on 042,780 mjles by automobile within the pany has sold a plot of land witha tentative program will be arranged posit Insurance fund 1,954.01
frontage of 98 1-2 feet on Si- at once. will make you suave and outwardly
education, was once a bartender, while United States Govern
boundaries of continental United States
monton street and a depth of 117 cautious. Be careful l to observe ment Obligations direct -
Congressman Cannon, chairman of the although he would have to do some. retracing feet to H. Markovtitz and Charles Back to, pld Ireland started regard for others' opinions, and fully guaranteed '

committee on revision of ]laws, was once of routes in order to complete the Maloney. The' land is across' from Thomas Gallagher last'night, Mr. that this aggressive attitude may _._ .. ,_$832.7 44.73
the bonded warehouse and next i Gallagher left for New York on o'ot Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97 ,327.9 13.70
trip. No other half dozen countries in the I stir opposition. The mindis
suspended from law practice, but later re to the corner of Greene. While the Steamship Henry R. Malloryen up '
instated. world combined can boast the road mile- there have been a number of rumored .route to Queenstowa and from: I fertile of expedients, but lacking 1888235.79' '
sales since the purchase there will\! go' to spend bout'two in concentration., .
age of America, which explains in part, i % -1 Capital "" .$ .))00,000.00
the large tract by the Meacham months with his people at Pharleetown
Two boy students at St. Mary's at least, the reason why this country pos- company, this is said to ,be the County 'Mayo. Ireland.l He Roman! coins and- other relics Surplus Circulation.and.Undivided..., ., Profits 100,000.00 55,007.42:
sesses almost three quarters of all motor: first bona fide purchase completed expects to return !n ab ut April!I more than 1800 years old 'were Deposits .. 1,633,228.37
parochial school at New London, Conn., vehicles owned by man. since that transaction. 5. rscentlj vnearthetf near Norwich

saw their grade cards before they were In addition to good roads, another --' En1'. $1.888,235.79Received
Tutorial Comment: Key West Shrines of, Key West will givea .
mailed to their parents, and found their I, --- -
reason why America is the greatest tour- is the one best bet ,in Florida today -I{, smoker tonight 'to which all
marks distressingly low. They worriedover ing land in the world, is the nation-wide to quote a Boston capitalist.I shriners I in the city are invited to {. '" !" &' G'TII

the parental disapproval which was availability of gasoline and oil. A car Recent developments substantiatethe T' be present. As a ,large gathering -

in store for them and decided that the reports statement. is anticipated the affair will beheld CARLOAD OF CAREY'S
would practically be limited to i its tank --_ I! in the E. H. Gato Cigar Fac Just
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should not be mailed. To preventthis capacity if it were not for Standard, TideWater Members and committees rep-,. tory. RUBBEROID ROOFING

they burned the school building.In J 1----- .
Shell and the other leading oil -- -

companies who have dotted the entire 35 Ib Light Weight "Bullseye." 35 Ib Light Weight "Surety." Sure.

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a Chicago court, former Negro landscape with service stations dispensingEsso ,k 1Tk Reasonable Price, to make a good {U-|

Congressman Oscar DePriest told a judgehe Tydol, Mobiloil\ Veedol and other .. Never-Tiring Per Roll :............. 1.50. root Per Roll __... 3))A.75

could not pay a judgment of $28, and familiar and completely reliable fuels and GUARDIAN I 45 Ib Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply, 45 Ib Medium Weight "Surety."

said: "I am penniless and looking for a oils. to go at 2 Ply, '

job." It is said that DePriest lost all his Conditions for motoring are not of your, Per Roll .............. $2. .00 I Per Roll -........--. tl)2_ ..?5

savings in his unsuccessful campaign for nearly as propitious in other parts of the J HEALTH 55 Ib Heavy Weight "Bullseye." 55 Ib HeavyVe1ght "Surety."

re-election last year, when he was defeated world. In all Africa, for example, thereare HI 3 Ply, 3 Ply, < Q

by another Negro in the November only 362,348 miles of roads. Asia, I : THE ICE MAN Per Roll --..---. $2_ fI 50_ Per Roll .............. JD,_i.75'

with its teeming millions of ': ... ,. 0
election, by a small margin. population, .' .. '
- 36L. F. 3' WIDE
has only a third the road mileage o| this i ,, ;
country, or 1,061,452 miles \ ,! ,
Like all good newspaper men should, Oceania y L( = --- with a load,of pure health- _.
Australia all
including of ,
Guy T. Viskniskki of the Portland i Oregonian Ii. -', . "
-\ protection? '
has a mere 514,231 miles of road, and . \t ". ,,- Carload of Wall Board ReceivedSTRONGEST I
has a sense of humor. When a s 'YOUR .
Europe, including all of Russia, both ICEMAN; Course,, .
contemporary rr.igazine described his OF ALL WALL BOARD. DOES NOT, NEED REINFORCING
work European and Asiatic, has 3,364,657 milesof He" never'has to'be defrosted. He:.never. :thumps .
favorably, but referred to the homeliness ; OR BACKING
roads. or whirrs. lie always saves you dollars and cents.
of hU face Viskniskki wrote "When
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you say I look 'something like a pelican'I IN A BAD SPOT CALL NO. S per Sq. Ft. ..................... ..........._...__.._._ 8c 1
:you grossly libel that masterpieie of i 8

nature. The people of the United States are FOR PURE ICE BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Ft......_..............._..__.._.... 8 C

-- watching the United l States Supreme DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH,

Figures on cigarette sales for 1934,' Court with a great deal of interest these per Sq. Ft ..........._.............-.....-. ....... ...* 6 l-2c
jut: issued- by Standard( Statistics Co., show days. II : I
consumption for the United States reachedan The court has before it just now, the ICE REFRIGERATORS{
all-time high point of 125 billion. The question as to whether or not? Congress has,

three most popular brands ran nip and the right to suspend gold
payments on
Made of All Metal hen Utensils of descrip
tuck in sales 34.5 billion --Equipped With.. RECEP.Ki every :
: Chesterfield, ; securities where the payments are promised "SANETTE". WASTE
tion that house wife should
Camel 33.8 billion; Lucky Strike, 33 bil in gold in the 1 body of the securities.If i WATER TA CLL Works.\ with foot Jever. every
COOLERS have. Yes we have.. them., All. on
lion. All other brands combined showed the court upholds the right of, Con- No bending or stooping. White -
'- ;- display] m our household departS
sale of only 23.7 billion. Twenty years gress to suspend such payments all will be They're. Economical! '100 Per Cent enameled -liltS' h'h ....-- $4..15 merit; '

ago less than 16 billion cigarettes were well. But if the court decides that Con- Refrigeration Satisfaction 'I
consumed annually in the;United States. gress has exceeded its constitutional authority -0 53-PIECE .GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH DINNER SET

in making such legislative provi- Priced at SERVICE JFOR EIGHT. THREE COLORS TO SELECT \

The neus-magazine Time tells this sion there will be trouble all around.A FROM RED, BLUE AND GREEN TRIMMED IN GOLD .

story concerning Superintend Sorensonof decision by the court that Congress $30 and $35 I

one of the Ford plants, who doesn't like has exceeded its authority would increaseall $19.79Set filW

to see men sitting down at their work. payments by approximately 50 per 1 _ .
Seeing a workman squatting on a box cent. This would result in all sorts of embarrassment -

scraping a bit of wire, Sorenson kicked the not only to the government, 0..C.,.......aThompson's Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I .

box from under him. The workman arose but to financiers generally and would have :

and knocked Sorenson down. Sorenson a tremendously) adverse effect: .on 'busi; .I Ice II noli! 598 White! u4. Elm! Street .

shouted, "You're fired." The workman ness. Company, loc. !Your home i is worthy of the

retorted: "The hell I am,; I work for the It would seem that the United States J! _

telephone company" Supreme Court! is in a rather bad spot '1 :
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BINGEN, Germany, Feb. 2.

&YXOPS18 at 4U:Brother iota of Uateo Patcual Rbrti. Jtaiarrived a dismounted comrade? Leave a, I : The principle of traffic control by LOST FOR SALE
friend behind for the RuralesT
.UtTican bandit cfca prtyt only However .. .. colored' light signals as used in
.on tif rick. Kutnig offer Auenalmenff you have been with me only a -- LOST-Gold Wrist Watch, with .FOR SALE-Three quarter bed,
>eif for ton 1*<04.* poor JT Ap but bandit Patcualf vkaJka short time. What I tell you- now rose. ." city streets is being applied to gold bracelet attached. Initials two mattresses, desk, refrigerator

AtAortt prcnt that a4mtratio tome toy for he the vftt friar.retons will remember. Nor* I . H - n ..-. ... river vessels on the Rhine. in back of watch. Beward. Casa candy machine, bedroom
and 4)0) a great penance.. Bitrlyt .. H Red, yellow and green light signals Marina. feb2-3tx suite. Apply 1020 Southard
/ H,'U ht waste more tcint. .I WILL remember said Josl,suddenly street. feb2-2t
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Chapter Two floor._ abashed and staring at the' YOUNG FERNANDEZ AGREES TO t LOPEZ PLAYERS J, clear of rocks and avoid dan- FOR RENT I TYPEWRITING. PAPER 500

PEACEMAKERAS "Are you satisfied Ludo. ?* asked gerous currents between Bingen I II i sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
Pascual ate. Kateo Rubric the master. and St. Goar. 'SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.
-No. said Lucia ; ADAMSIN All modern I
strode lip and down with bis "Take knives, then. Strip to the I FIGhT'I Electric river traffic lights have I I conveniences.
Jeweled wine cup In one hand and In Bathing and fishing at your I QLD'PA ERS FOR SALE-Two
the other a fat second Joint from other.waist That Carve is each the law.other But or we'll kill haveno each NEBO IN ,FOUR ,ROUND { DIAMONPBALL! '.'at been Oberwesel.installed on the Cattle Tower back door. Frank Johnson,, I bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of

which he tore long shreds with those hatreds Inside my band. Other landmarks Colonial Hotel Building. fice.. octlS

ppwerfnl! teeth of his. "Good! said Jose, and began to along the river will soon be utiliz- jan7-tf
"Sow Is the time to speak.! Lucio"said tear oft his Jacket Ludo said nothing t (By OSCAR PITA) 'I ed for the same purpose. ,MIMEOGRAPH, : PAPER. 500
nub'rIYou' have been sitting but there was speech in the young Fernandez, who. sometime would meet Waugh at any terms BICYCLES I' sheets $1.26. The Artman
there with fire In your eyes;'devouring burning of his eyes and, in his sneer-' ago belted l a decision over I for charity if necessary.This : !! I VIEW PARK LAST EVENING ham L. Lopez and Garcia were I I Press, Citizen Building. '
bed with glances. Tell me what Ins Up*. the veteran Bobby Waugh, finally is going to be a grudge i the leaders, each getting two safeties WE RENT by the Hour, Day or Jun27tf
yaj wrong'Lucio That was when Brother Patcual I fight'and there's no doubt aboutit. WAS VERY INTERESTING: I in four tries. I I Week. Repair all makes and
stood up. He lacked the stood up and went: to Lucia agreed to scrap the battling fisherman Bobby's got it in for Fernandez I Ubieta and Nodine starred in I paint them with Nu-EnameL We I SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.

rounded blubbery face of a peon; his "Luclo: he' said when yonr from the_ south side of the and: the truck driver is determined SCORE WAS 7 TO 3 I the field, the former handling 8 J l carry a full supply of parts. The Artman Press. ang7

features were more the type of the brother was sick in the mountains, city. They will exchange blows. in to make the fishermantake I chances without an error and the I Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles:
aristocrat and his cheeks were so I searched till I found him and carried a six-round main eventWhy back e'VerYthing'tbat he has latter, seven. and sell them as low as $1.00 I PRINTING-Quality Printing at
hollow that they pulled at the him" into the camp jn'my shoul-, Fernandez 'failed to sign been talking around town. about j The Lopez Funeral Home defeated -| Score by innings: I I per week. J. L. Stowers Music i the Lowest Prices. The Art-
corners of hU mouth and kept him ders. I Press.
an agreement when first offereda "being yellow." the Adams'Dairv diamond.I j R. II. E. Company. jan18ImoMISCELLANEOUS i man aug7
with the semblance of
a sneering "Therefore.sall! Lucia, "ask
me. chance to meet Waugh is Pete Nebo who out j I final Lopez .... 100 400 020-7 2i
smile. He said, "Jose, stand up-! for my right hand and it Is yours." a is working' ball ten last night. The 11 i I SALESMEN
"Ay, to you or to any man!" said "Give it to me then." said the mystery to local fans. Cuso'had I daily for future bouts' in Florida score was 7 to 3. I j I Adams ,. 001 001 100-3 7 4j|I II I

a youth with very wide shouldersand gigantic friar. So lie took the right an easy time defeating Waugh in I will add to part of his training Lopez scored in the first inning Batteries: A. Lunn. Ubieta and 1 CASH PAID for used furniture. I
very bowed legs. lie was the hand of the astonished Lucio ands' their meeting last year but fans I program as well as to help his Ingraham; Ward Pellicier and I
true ) : He who had in action brother make of with one out. Garcia. 1013 Southard street. FREE suit, liberal commissionand :
peon type. swaggered out half led and half dragged him across seen Bobby on John a success I
and stood veil I forward on the floor. the floor to confront Josd."Give your other 'occasions! had to admit that I his ambition to become a promoter In the third frame Adams tied I Summary: Errors: Navarro 2, j.n17mox bonus; fast selling, low

hand to me, Jos ." he commanded. the fisherman was far from his I a four round exhibition with the score, but not for long as the I Howard Garcia, Gates. C. Lunn; WANTED priced line consisting: of 37
et I THEN they came chasing after "My hand is my own." said los, usual fighting condition. John himself. The Nebo brothers Embalmers came right back in the runs batted in: Cates 2, Kerr 2. I beautiful numbers attractively

M 'as" said Ludo, "my hore sullenly. Bobby Waugh has been in constant should give the fans a great ex first half of the fourth inning to I McCarthy: C. Lunn, Ubieta, Jones; I WANTED chance to bid on styled. Write for samples.

went down under me. I raft as well The huge grip of Faacnal closed training .since: the.; time the! hibition. Both are,in.the pink of shove over four tallies. runs scored: Baker 2, Kerr 2. i next printing order. The FASHION CENTER CLOTHES.
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aa n.y legs. would carry me. I heard suddenly on the nape of Josh's Deck;:; former truck.,driver. slapped: him condition, having kept up*training Adams scored another run in Ubieta:Cates, Lopez; stolen bases: I Artman Preso. aug7 INC.. DECHERD, TENN.

He shook the young bandit violent about the ring'to win the ,contest -I sessions since. Pete's arrival. their half of the sixth, to bring i Baker, Gates, McCarthy; struck feb2-ltx
ly. A knife flashed into the hand of I awaiting'the time to present' The':Joe'*" Zarate-Kid Pelican the score 5. to 2 in favor of the out: by Lunn 1, by Ward 1, by MALE HELP WANTED
R JoeL It Jerked back, but it was not itself when "he could get revenge. bout 'is another contest which Funeral Homers. The 'Jlilkmen :Ubieta; bases on balls: off Lunn BENJAMIN LOPEZ

-.,. .... .. driven home into the great, fearless Last Monday night .when John should prove exciting since' the latter : scored their last run in the ECVntb. : 3. off Ward 2, off Ubieta 6; hits: WANTED-Tea and Coffee Route FUNERAL, HOME

Nebo offered Bobby the .opportunity is going out to erase a knockout I, off Lunn 6 in 6 innings; wild Man for regular route through Etta1.l&.LeJ& 49 Years

J to scrap Fernandez, the i'' han'dei'him by the former In the eighth fame; Lopez :pitches: : Ward 1, Lunn 2, Ubieta I Key West and :Monroe County. Key We."'. Oldest

c l1Uf little fighting fisherman immediately some 'time in the l latter' part. of added two more runs to cinch the I..1; time of game: 1:30; left on Apply by letter immediately.F. 24-Hear- AmbuUne Service

accepted.: Fernandez, on last year. game. bases: Lopez 7, Adams 14; umpires Togstad Coffee Co., Kokomo, Licen*.d Embalmer

the other hand, held out until A pair of :'four-rouriders, will At bat, Ubieta Gates Ingra-j. : Lopez and Gonzalez Indiana. feb2-ltx Pk.n. 195 Nisht 696-W

late yesterday when he called up complete the.Nebo's weekly firM ._ -,-, --
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Thursday: afternoon proved tobe about 14 yards from the tree,

a Waterloo for some of those I nearer the hole and set up on

so-called golf champions.! Looks top of a tee. This all happenedin

like some of the others thoughtit the rough and Sammy hadn't I* k

L was Phillipi or whatever you the I least idea how it all happened Who Offer Their Customers Service and SatisfactionPLANTS

want to call it. But now for but believed it was his good

k q.r some of the excellent (?) results luck as usual. But even if Cookie IS ,.!!......!.......!..,................................... ..o. ....t."........."!'.!..........

,/ of the game. Laying all joking. did have a game leg, he and the DELICIOUS I
aside though, the results show the postmaster whaled the life out of I FLOWERSf SWEET CLOVER
teams as teams were evenly "Hello" Tim Pit.tma'n and Charley VINES $ MARINE CURIOS CONDENSED MILK

matched. The Sand Crabs, under Ketchum. Looks like Charley and : : SOUVENIRS'
T";o rt-je:; sriJ: : of Pascual closed sua-' baum ..: Cocoanut plenty,, each llc '
1 # 1r Capt. Johnny Kirsc..)& had,*Tim lost that good combination i ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
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d.n'y en Jose. I \"f"J .tnatlrtt..a.{ .... 8 1-2 points, which was not quite they had a couple:>> of weeks agq. Hibiscus Plants 1 ach 10c25eBougainvillea : Fishing Tackle, Kodaks J NEIGHBORHOOD STORE k: I looked back and saw breast of Brother PascuaL It was enough to tie CoptHarris' Divot I They claim they will do better \ Bed or Pur- : and Films JPhoM Same '
the.t a" friend was riding pie _____._. SOc quality and weight as
up. It was to $1.00Poinsetti ,
awe of the friar rather than the tim .
Diggers who made a total of 91.2 next s : other
Watches and higher
JocS. 'I : priced condensed
: held oat i my hand to let him .:
fierce that the .
yell went from -
up points. Here is how the matches I Fred Ayala. who sells Plants, 50e to Jl.QO. I milk.
help me up, but by St. Christopher! others that caused: the knife to dropto anything Jewelry .
he galloped right He turned out I electrical the Crotons, each 2$. : ,
past me even the floor. : (providing you have Watch and I DISTRIBUTED BY-
tried: to'look the 'other each ._. ._... ., Jewelry
: way. And "Now give me your bandit!" "Two-Iron" :Price teamed up price), teamed up with "Pete" Turks Cap, 2c :

the sure Rurales to get me.and: except the :soldiers that I found were shouted Pascual, enraged, "or I'll with "Curly-Locks" Lopez and. Taylor, his new son-in-law, and Roses, dozen, -__ .I. ,O : oar Ready-to-Serr Cake. RepairinrFRANK j TRUJILLO BROTHERS
carry you out and throw you Into beat the sox off "Champ" Bobby and Pastries fretlal *
a crack together they Earl : are always S
the and
among rocks ran WHOLESALE GROCERY
the slime of the hog-wallow, where : JOHNSON :
and "Payaso" Sammie
Spottswood .
and tell Into U like a lizard. Mateo I've thrown bigger and stronger Goldsmith. The alibis pf the I losers Julian and "Ike" RusselL That South Florida Nursery ; Maloney & Peacock / : -

Robrii, give me a Judgment! Is that men than you!" had electrical man and oilman against S>7 Catherine St.: PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bldg. : OivMum,;, ,, sad Thomas Streets i
fellowship? A 'l lame 'dog would be were that one water on

better treated: by Its fellows!" helplessly'Brother, ,and forgive he me gave!" said his Tight Jose, the knee and the other had' water something electrical man to' do'and with oil the man'scores had!c i .........!.............:.,' .!............... ...... ::......e....!... .. ............ ..,
A little murmur came out of the hand. Pascual in the head. However, Joe and SELECT SEA FOODS : : "
Instantly clapped I It but I don't know what. Looks lite"Pete" .
throats of the crowd. It was not Into that of Lucia He stood over the Clem just shot a heluva lot better PLUMBING HAPPY DAYS ARE !'EltEY.U..taii
loud, but It was !high-pitched and two men. who glared at one another. game and made three scores'and I will be a golfer, though.: S Jewfisls, 2 lbs. 35e : : INSURANCE
Malone his"partner
Billy and
therefore the friar: knew'the strain' There was a moment of pause, so Bob and partner made 0. Steak, 21'". 3Se '
"Pirate" knownas : i
of from which Morgan (better
anger it proceeded.
tense that the breathing of the men "Pine Boards" Strunk has themumps A A
":-017 Mr. Roosevelt's Keith Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 2Sc ;: .: '
speak Jose said Rubriz. In the roOm could be heard and the (you know the thing that Morgan'sbrother Office: 319 Duvml Street .
"This! said load, loudly. "I saw ripping sounds as Mateo Rnbrli tore makes you look'like you 'have a ) teamed f'P' and 'lost t. Grouper, 2 Ibi. 2Se DURO PUMPS : :

Lucia running of' course. 1 wantedto at his Joint of roast meat. golf ball in each: cheek), 'so his Charley Salas and Louis Cruick- 2 ._ ZSc : PLUMBING SUPPLIES : :
bell' him. :
Out 1
had: a whole sackof t
Then Jose said suddenly shank. The young boys were too I ((1If
the weakly: missus wouldn't let him out of 2 u... 25c c TELEPHONE NO. 1
told In the saddle bag. To _
"I us wrong Luclo. I hated you be- the good for the mayor and aide and ..: .
less to
the house much golf
throwaway myself and my horse- : cause you got the black'mare that I go : Bill says Salas' drives looked like I Lart Select. Oysters PHONE; 348 .. . ,
that was nothing,though the RuraUs links. That left Capt. Kirschy to :
wanted. Will you forgetr Cr ckshank's, but not Louis':Now I THE"T ry YPM Meals. At
and FRESH Ww
were Melvin Russell
sure to catch us both If I triedto play "S.P.I. SHRItyPMaeicerel :
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'Is It truer said Lucio, stunned th S...
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mike: the pinto carry: double. Dot : "Doc" Willie Kemp all. by ,him-i ? OQ I .1 1 Klagfisb %
and gaping. "Do you confess this before : Pelmomcp Rettatfftmt
111 t'1I
I .1 tht'reVal the gold. So I rode on. I self. lie counted' himself 43 flvo 111 :
them all? Then PORTER
SpeaX; up ,with '!a big voice LuciaAre I brother!"And suddenly:you he bad are flung my persons (must be a little, Pflc-, :After jlf'the growling'' playing k ,1BE z rR?w DEL, v CRY.' JOHN C. PARK . B. w.I... Beer -------- lie

you north' thirty pounds of his arms around Joa& eyed) and proceeded to ,lay J.itd i and'arguments: : of :Thursda'y'afternoonin { ,
i COMPANY Six eoD" Dianers ,_._ I II
cold: : "
Mateo Rubric hurled towards the lose by a scorgof: 2 to li; Jar r'by;i the evennlg'you would Ik COMPANY : .. -
Ludo said nothing. Ho looked : have thought everybody on. As I u PHONE: 151 'SP* : : .......... Me, y5; sad 85*
hearth the big. bone which. he had says they out-talked' him .'6rt. be j I W > 828 SIMONTON. ST.
ready) leap at Jos but he could .
nol bring np) words from his throat picked"11a!"clean..cried: Rubric "my men would And have now, won about by the 0 to' brilliant 0.. of usual the Sammie. party'except Harris' "he was'"refrag-the life: I ... ...... ...... t !.. ,..... ,.. ,. . .!...$.. ., .. ,.. t.,: .....................t.i .

The whole room was hushed. Men have turned Into women. Well, let knew nasticated" the president much i Our Reputation | : : _
so Wrap *
match of the day. Everyone f AARON McCONNELL
leaned from their places their IT WILL SURPRISE YOU
eyes them Atteatioii Housewives!
go so long as I have Pas-
you. that some of the fellows thought : >
out :
how it to turn anyway
Intent on the leader, who still was going ped in package 536 Fleming Street
cuaL Have J
you only come here to to'be rery ? :
there was be I
going a fight r To the PRETTY
walked calmly np and down. Bat make my poor fellows drop their so no one was surprised."Thatgreat : see GIFTS
BOW he paused and pointed the big strong handsome manno tween two Sams. I and NOVELTIES at t
knives on the floor? of l : : We are now offering 3
ragged joint of roast meat at Jose"Silver "1 have come to speak seriously ( not O'Bie) William "Pious"Watkins "' -
1 IJ a good thing and gold Is with you. Mateo" answered the big teamed up with "Papa" And as usual Lionel wanted to I : THOMPSON'S FREE I grades ofPRINTING

better, but silver and gold and emeralds friar. Russell Kerr and held Capt. Harris know whether we were going to j ch : MARINE MUSEUM
and diamonds are not worth one "You hear that he wants to speakto and partner, "Li" Plummer, toa have females in the club, have a Doctor ;. : AMERICAN COFFEE
drop of blood.< Blood is better than me!" called Rubr!%.:"Then why do draw. Both sides claim they tournament for them or just what. : DONE BY US 111 \ : 324 Margaret Street: J '

money. Jose, you have not been with\ you others wait? Away with you!" would have'won except they missed Kirschy wanted to have a minstrel I !Things that your friends will -at-

ma long. You have not learned. (fyng\t, 1 S\, Barter .4 Brotkvrt a couple of easy shots that ordinarily : show as usuaL Clem Price I -THEWATCHMA X; :appreciate. Come in and see ,,
oerise. by San Juan of
Capls- wouldn't think muchof. wanted to play Biltraore and Willie them.
trano! I would hang you from that they : AND ENGRAVER 2Sc aoc slid 15c I'' .
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ratter with my own hands! Ride by I Pascal tens. Mndiy. the ", r. The reason for missing them, Watkins, and: : Berlin: ! Sawyer, ARTMAN PRESS' For : Your next Lobster Crab Dot-; : ,
Dose of his lou-ney. See. Him Your Next Work. -
is not quite clear except_ they as usual, had nothing to say. On : '- net wIll be much more deUClOua-
- -- ----- ---- -.just weren't thinking what they the whole, it was an enjoyable : ALL PRICES REDUCED :il it is baked and served in 'our j ST AI CO FED MILLS

I GAMES'',' Dr. Frank G. Atwood of New ,. were doing-oh} no-(I wouldn't': party with about 25 members I Citizen Bldg... : HOD"I 9 to 12-1 to- ::Giant Scallop or Heart Sea il! GreeN St.' Phone'25aI
BASEBALL like to have been, around when present. After so much talking --
Haven, Conn., claims the discovery they missed that- certain putt) took place it was decided that the I PHONE 51 : Open Saturday Niahb .. eu'e
of a vaccine for the pre- 'But after a fashion the score I Board of Directors will have to ........................e............e......e...e.! .! !!. ........i..............

I HIRTOMORRO\Y\ vention of influenza. I came out 1 1-2 to 1 1-2 apd then be the ones to see whether Bilt- .
.J JI : somebody had a bright idea to more will be invited here during DINE AT THE : Birds Animals Fish :, PRITCHARDSERVE THE POP uwAR

I, flip a coin and see ,.whether they. La Semana Alegre celebration.
PIRATES :More! than a million pounds of I extra Berlin-Lewis PLAZA AURAtfr' i MOUNTED; : DESSERT
AND SLUGGERS IN forwarded from would play it off Qn ass Tomorrow see FUNERAL HOME

FIRST GAME; TROPICALAND .1 cheese Queensland were to London on a single'hole.'!I play"The because coin they must quit have and said'each**1to< Pierce against Butler-Hojreboom : C Eel i L RAY L . : Reyal Palta lee CreaaoG1 .

STARS SECOND I steamer recently. I I man guess paid they for had his some own:' fun supper.'think I TO SUBSCRIBERS.s :: home. yo;":will f i TAXiDERMisT DI.oIflod, s""iptb !tt i' Ana NoveltasTHE' .

derway at 1:30 o'clock sharp. The to !PLAZA a !otel sad-. : -. - : kladisjoyalsle
team not there on time will forfeit ing the other guy might have 1 ,. : CoD.rmF_ : BARBECUES o.f all

At the Navy Field tomorrow the game. This "rule applies I pay for same. "Li" said b e was If you do not receive your eperieaee.- : fiDe Worfc At a l\easonS' C e '
would have 6:00 o'clock In"th o.licI > S..{wkIa..
a little nervous or he paper by EMBALMER "! lea.ted
afternoon the also to the clubs in the nightcap. 4k PriCe LICENSED :
eternal rivals will In 'the second game the La won all 18 boles singte'hand d I aIteinooa< fll telephone nand BREAKFAST : ,.
cross bats in the first of II II and usual Willie said "Li" is : COLD. BEER
game will bats with the as will be wet
TropicaU cross .
a paper LUNCHEON : bSIuc.
0 N t 2 0
a doubleheader of baseball The Acevedo Stars. Sevilla and Rod- more ,wind than a hurricane.Old '
to hove. A COl:2plaintboy'
Pirates participants are, of course, the riguez will be the battery for the "Swinky\ Swanky" Harris I your ia on duty at tM. offkffroni SUPPER. .. .. i'S IAUEI'ITE... >-'
and Sluczers. and "Cookie" Mesa had theming' ,go- ,
Joe Na-
Stars and Wickers and S 6QQ to 7:15'p. n. for the!
Batteries for and into N wtea. 3tr..t. ..
the initial con varro for the Beer boys. down the fairways purpose of'tle1iYem. (C *"*- PLAZ1RESTAUIUT : _,

test for Griffin This the will Buccaneers for be tie Casa- "Hitting and and be Bethel Carbonell Men."and come expected Some out good tomorrow and and root fast for afternoon.playing your fav. 10 is!l tree was the hole.looking seen behind Occasionally for.bis a bait gumba and Swinky limbs when percent you;cot seTTle-.Help receive*.' ftfye.orifice Tb you lea.61' 1W if I 1 =:- ;;;:;: ::;;t<,4.zI ;; J

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J. C. Gekeler, Pastor Cor. Fleming and William Streets: : tomorrow evening when
Sunday night at Bible Truth Hall, .t_ y ,, a special -
Key West Society Completes Corner of White and Washington Shuler Peele, Pastor i 1127 Southard street. e service will be conducted by

Streets Sunday school at 9:45 a. m The following questions will be ut them at the regular worship hour,

Week Of Many Social Events Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. William N. Knowles, superintendent answered: S l 7:30 o'clock.

C. Elgin, superintendent. in charge. Classes for all When will it take place? Those taking part in the pro-

-- Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 1 Who will be there? m gram are:
Today completes a week of alternate gala President's Birthday Ball, to Sermon: "Evicting God." ages.Morning worship at 11 o'clock.I What is the object of it? : S Curtis Stanton. Jr., Mary Fel-

gayety and lolling ease I which turned out en massee practically I Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Sermon and Holy Communion. : Can a Christian mistreat his fellow ton, Nellie Louise Russell, Beat-

for Key West society and mem- all of local society, winter Sermon topic: "The All Glorious Intermediate Epworth League i Christian in this life and set- rice Spence, Margurete Val 'n-

bers of the rapidly growing win- viitors! and members of the FERA I King." meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- tie the trouble at the JudgementSeat ,: zuela, Jack Knight.

ter colony.An I organization. At the midweek Bible study on line Watkins, superintendent. I ? L

event of primary importance During the week there were also -I Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., chapters Young People's Departmentmeets Mrs. Carrie B. Adams of Port

S took place last Sunday, the I a number of private cocktail 4 to 7 of Job will form the basis at 6:30: p. u.. :Miss Mary of denomniations are invited to land, Ore., is believed to be

Resort Fashion Show, an eminently -' parties, teas, banquets, socials of study. Felton, president. I attend. America's most prolific composerof

successful and grand thing charity parties, a concert, and last! Evening worship: service at 7:30 S church music.PANOPTIIC.
'with lovely young socialities model. night the Continental Dance for' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY o'clock. I' METHODIST EPISCOPAL .

ling the very latest southern apparel the younger set. Society experiences -'I I Mid-week\ prayer service, Wed CHURCH, SOUTH I

before the admiring eyes ofa I no difficulty at all in keepIit"e'lf 327 Elizabeth Street I nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. h
Sunday school 9:30 _
a. m. Senior choir will .
rapt throng. ing amused. practice imme "EL SALVADOR"Corner
Sunday also inaugurated the I Next week there is the impending o'clock.Sunday morning service at 11 i diately after the mid-week service. Grinnell and Virginia

first of the Cabana Parties, anew visit of a number of very dis- I Intermediate choir will practice Streets
and delightful afternoon innovation -I tinguished vi'itors! to look forward Wednesday evening service at t Thursday at 7 p. m. (Services in Spanish)

and one that will rapidly I I I to and enjoy. and there is also 8 o'clock. I Monday 8 p. m., regular monthly Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Subject of lesson for February .
become more and more popular -j I the Cabaret Show of next Friday 3: "Love." business meeting of the Board Preaching, 8 p. m.
here, Key West being as it is I night, an event of major importance of Stewards. Mothers' Club meets Monday BIFOCALSNo
a perfect spot for such a thing. presenting as it will be very Reading room in Society build- 8p.m. .

with its long stretches of shining I cream of local talent. ing open Tuesdays and Fridays I LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Bible study and prayer service, stumbling! No jumps!
frc-xi 3 to 5 o'clock.PENTECOSTAL "
beach, its blue water and incomparably Between times there will be the CHURCH. SOUTH Wednesday, 8 p. m. The correct positioning of its
bright and warming sun usual round of teas, dinners, socials MISSION I -- optical center makes Panoptikan

shine. I and the like, and all in all. I Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. '", ., easy bifocal for patients to
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On Wednesday night, of course, a busy and pleasant week is in- !909 Olivia Street I Rev. W. J. Martin\ Pastor L. Oser and Montero. ;,'ft:. .v:;:, # "get used to." Jump of imageas

there was the very brilliant and I|t dicated. Wm. Skondeen, Pastor i Church school at 9:45: a. m., Pastors ', p: ri ,:;t.J.l,'h.;.t -.... 'J< .. >:?. ; I vision passes from the distance '
with Ed. It. Curry, superintendent Duval and Angela Streets ::1F ';. ". .....t.f'.k .
Sunday morning worship, 11 I A, ) '.ttJ. /.1/;/ ;'0 :' portion into the segment
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o'clock. The pastor will speak on: Sunday school 3 p.m. !t-",;.'....:.-+..,1."t.. ,''t!< .. .,.,,<,1<;_.r, .'," .ttv"t;: +.x :.."", l. "'",, v' is eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs '
Father's Night Entertainment "Are You Living on Borrowed Morning\ worship at 11 o'clock. Service in Spanish, Friday, at ,'" SS *3&tet&$&# ,}*\&:',.fi i i2S222S2 : : and steps appear in their..true ,
I Faith?" Holy Communion will be observed. 730pm. \& .dlttW ..Mt.a .a and normal ppsit' ns. '

Mrs T. Elwood Allison and daughter Miss Meredith Allison
Proved Very Delightful Event Sunday school for all, 3:30 p.
m. Junior Epworth League meets CHURCH OF GOD Mr*. T. Elwood Alliron and daughter, Miss Mildred Allison DR. J. A. VALDES :

--- Sunday night evangelistic serv- 'at 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archerin shown above, are visitor in Key West for the season and have 'I Orthogon Soft-Lite_ LIcnse
The Father's Night Entertainment '"School Days," was then sung by ice 7:15 o'clock. Theme will be: charge. 1106 Olivia Street leased the Roberts bungalow on Washington street. 532 Duval StrutSHOES .j

given during the week by the entire audience. "Purifjing Power of ,Christ's Intermediate Epworth League Morning service at 11 o'clock. I, .. : ,
the Division Street P.-T. A. at the The last number on the Personal Return." meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. I l - ---- I

Division Steert School was -a delightful program Tuesday, 7:15 p.m., prayer ,Pierce in charge. Sunday night service, 7:15 tion of the !Most\ Blessed Sacxa-:I Miss Dorothy Hcarn of Beck-
consisted of three beautiful vocal
event. and service. Young People's Departmentmeets o'clock. ment, 7 p.m.Church .
I praise ham, Eng.. was willed $50,000 by
Each gentleman was asked to selections rendered by the School i Friday, 7:15 p. m., evangelistic at 6:30 p. m. Miss Norma Evangelistic service, Wednesday school, 8 a. m.

register at the door. after which Chorus, directed by Miss Norma service. Yates, president. 7:15 p. m. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. her employer, who declared she

they were escorted to the Audi-I Yates with Mrs. Laura Crusoe at Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' and Evening worship at 7:30 Prayer and praise service, Fri- Week-Day Services was the best business woman he . . .

torium, where a most enjoyable the piano.At girla' church. o'clock. Sermon" subject: "Chris- day, 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- Mass on Tuesday and Thursday ever knew. Never before have we
program was given. Billy Kes- the close of the entertain --- tian Education. ing. stocked such a large selectionof

son, in a comic costume, acted as ment each parent was invited to THE SALVATION ARMY Prayer and praise service each I Litany at 7 and a. m.Sermon on Wednes- Miss Ed th Foster of Denver SHOES at one time! Everynew

master of ceremonies.The the P.-T. A. Rest Room, where Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Latin Mission seized a burglar found in her Spring and Summer creation -
first number of the variegated delicious refreshments, consisting Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer Regular meeting of the Board, Services Sundays, Tuesdays and I day at 7:30 p. m. t home and turned him over to the I' is represented in this vast
program was the Pledge of of hot chocolate, sandwiches and in Charge of Stewards :Monday!\ at 7:30 p. Thursdays, conducted by Rev. Confessions: AJter the Wednesday .police.. collection. Distinctive new
the following 1002 Fleming Street m. Charles E. Lazo. evening service. styles that provide both charm
Allegiance to Flag, candy were served. The color
which :Mr. Duncan gave a Wel- scheme of blue and gold was carried Company meeting (Sunday Young people's choir practice Sunday school, 9:30: a. m. !I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING woman.and comfort All shoes to the priced well dressed withinthe

come speech. Emil Sweeting then out very effectively.Each tthool), 9:30 a. m. each Thursday at 7 p. m. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. reach of everybody's
Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. Choir practice each Friday at SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS ,, .
read one of his own compositions father was given a favor -- PHONE 1S2-M. dec20 pocketbook. We invite you to
a splendid thing and extremely which was very cleverly made Y. P. L. meeting, 6:15: p. m. 7:30 p. in.CONGREGATIONAL. I| (Colored) : visit our Shoe Department.

suited to the occasion. with the picture of President Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m. 1017 Fleming Street A. T. McCaskill. PastorM. FULL FASILIONED HOSIERYA

Next a play entitled "An Air Roosevelt! on it, commemoratinghis CHURCH R. T. Sawyer, Teacher PALACE 1 pair to match every shoe
CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. A. !Moreno\ Recording Steward '
plane Rescue" was presented under birthday.Mrs. Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m. in stock. New shades for
the direction of :Mrs.!\ Evelio J. L. Ley and her committee 527 William StreetE. Sabbath service, 10:30 a. m. Mrs.\ !M.\ A. Moreno, Secretary Wallace Beery-Adolphe Menjou Spring.
Mary's Star of the Sea Richard Evans, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Cabot and Miss! Florence Albury. are to be congratulated on l' -in- JUST RECEIVED Large
Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., service, 11 a. m.
Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN Sunday
the cast of which was made up of the wonderful work they did making o'lock.I THE MIGHTY .5-25.1 shipment Phoenix: Silk Hosiery,
I in charge o'clock. Evening worship,7D. .
at 11
members of the fourth grade. The the affair so successful and Morning worship CHURCH 1 1r I . all colors every pair guaranteed -
well-known and ever-populav''enjoyable.5555555555555555I555555.. Order of services for this The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Matinee; : iO-ISc Night: per pair ._ 79c
church: -I I
will be administered. r (Colored) NEW READY-TO-WEAR
- ----.-- - .. Sunday morning Masses will be
-- -- Christian Endeavor 6:30
p. m. 717 Simonton Street '
New Numbers For said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor I ARONOV1TZ of After Spring looking Dresses over you our will stock be
Mass at 7 o'clock.
I Sermon subject: "Spiritual Sunday evening. 7:30 o'clock, amazed at the wide range of
Cabaret Show PERSONAL MENTION Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, Values." "Peter Restored." DEPARTMENT STORE IH materials and styles rep-

I Sundays and Fridays.the Wednesday evening at 7:30 So weWhenever HOLTSBERG'SShowing resented. They're just what

Several additional and very ef-I I........................ Porter Dock and o'clock, midweek service. we fail I Key West's Only Complete you need right now. Bright
company, Spring materials, plaids
: Nestor Hernandez left yester- Of our full duty,
fective numbers have been addedto : day afternoon for a short business left in the afternoon for New FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,Cast on llim our load- Department Store New Spring and and stripes. Unusual in style!1
the program being arranged by ; York. I Unusual in quality!
suffered Summer Silks
visit in Miami. Who sore for us, Monday
Mrs Lillian Connally for the Cab-i i -- Eaton Street, Between Duval and Whose frail flesh wore for us, t Large showing of New consisting of THE NEW MALLINSON'S

aret Show to be held on February8th I Mrs. Everett Michael arrived Bernie Papy was a passenger Simonton Streets Who all things bore for us- Spring Materia.s in both SILKS ARE HEREThere's -
returnihg by plane this morning James S. Day, Pastor New Mallinson's' Printed
at the Coral Isle Casino. 1 I l :yesterday from Fort Pierce for a On Christ the Lord. Cotton and Silks, Gor- I a brightness of
from business visit to Miami.W. Bible
School 9:45
'visit with relatives and friends. a at a. m. Other services as usual. Chiffon color in the new Mallinson's'
These include a special piano I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. geous Flowered Chiffons, i New Check Taffetas Spring Silks that will thrill you

duet by Mrs. W. T. Bainbridge II. Pierce, keeper of Sombrero I At this service George White, Printed Sheer Crepes, 1 on bight-Beautiful Flat Chif.
i i I Miss Juanita Curry, who was BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH Silk Plaid SeersuckerSilk
and Mr. Jason and a vocal duetto lighthouse, who is in the -tenor soloist will sing "The New Pastel Silk Seer- fon, Pussy Willow, Corded
spending several weeks with relatives -
city for his regular vacation with Ninety and Nine." suckers and other Shantungs Silk, Etc.
be rendered by Mrs Paul in Miami, returned yester- (Colored) many
his family, will leave for his station B. T. U. holds its regular meet- Striped Sport Silks SLACKS: AND SHORTS
Vecker and Avery Johnson, their'[:day. x Corner Division and Thomas Sts. new weaves too numerousto
lovely voices blended in perfect i j --- on Monday. ing at 6:30 p. m. J. R. Richardson, Pastor mention. Mouseline de Sole for Every vanted style in Cot-
harmony. i : Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. I Evening Dresses 'I ton Jersey, Silk Jersey and
I I I Mrs. B. L. Grooms returned Mrs. Samuel Silver, sister of Prayer service Wednesday eve- Preaching 11 I Pastel Taffetas Broadcloth.
Reservations for the Cabaret,. yesterday from a short visit in Mi-\ a. m. in all
Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, of New ning. Pastel Dresses
Show are in at a Junior A. C. E. League meetsat I Imported Flowered Organdies NEW SPRING HATS
coming ;iami.
satisfying attesting to very1 the' Jersey, and son, Gerald. arrived 5:30 p. m. sizes, some with coats, I New Fabrics. Felts and
fact that the interest created today, accompanied by Mrs. Fred JAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Senior A. C. E. League meetsat each- I New Checked I Straws in the favored colors
by Organdy
E. B. Hill, train despatcher, Jacobs, sister of Mr. Berkowitz. 6:15 p.'rn. for the Spring and Summer:
waned.former shows of the kind has not who was in Key West for two They will be guests of the Berko- Sunday Services: Evening ,service,' 8 p. m. $5. 5. i White and Colored Season. -' ;

I I days, left yesterday afternoon for witz family at their home in' the ,Mass\ 7, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Weekly Services Rough Crepes NOW SHOWING. t

Continental Miami. Marine hospital reservation.John Evensong and Benediction of Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Class. Krinkle Crepes Complete .line- -of. I I

Dance I the Most Blessed Sacrament. 8 p. Friday, 7:30 p. m., choir re Another shipment of Imported 72 inch Nets LADIES' UNDERWEAR

Enjoyable Affair I Mrs. W. :J. Harvey, who was Spottswood, son of Mr. m. hearsal. Wash Dresses in Seer- Point de Esprit Nets ,
and Mrs. Robert Spottswood, whois Church school, 9:30 a. m. Scores of fresh new garments ;
I visiting with relatives at :Mate-
suckers and Broadcloths New Cottons, such as have
just, been received.
a student at the'military accd- Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ;
cumbe returned this afternoon. SAINT CHURCH
The PETER'S Dimities Lawns Seer- Come in and them.
Continental Dance held at each':" see
Gainesville Ga. arrived Week Services
emy at Day :
the Cuban Club last night under today for a visit with his parents.Mrs. Mass every day at 7 a. m. and suckers and Batiste in a Just Silk in-new shipment Children's
the sponsorship of the Sodality of I B. F. Sasnett, second assistant also on Wednesday at 9 a. m. (Colored) 81.98 wide variety of gay and Underwear.
keeper at American Shoals, arriv- Center Street, Between Petronia
St. Mary's Church was well attended NEW HANDBAGS
Charles Atwell. Jr., left Morning and evening prayer and Olivia colorful patterns. I
mostly by members of the ed to spend several weeks' vaca- White and Spring colors.
on the Steamship Cuba yesterdayfor daily at 6:45 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Services Largest stock of Silks
tion with his family. Sunday Fabrics Leathers Linens
younger set. Just in time for MondayA Etc.
Havana and will visit several Confessions: Saturdays at 4:30p.
Mass 8 and Cotton Piece Goods in
a. m.
The dancing of the Continental, months with her uncle Captain m. new shipment ofLadies' JUST RECEIVEDNew
one of the features of the event, Mrs. William Brennan left yesterday Solemn Evensong Key West.
Miguel Torres, of the Cuban and Misses'Wash shipment of Buttons,
was very fast, very colorful and: afternoon for a stay of Army, and his family. MXED! BIBLE CLASS I Dresses, sizes MONDAY SALE all colors and all sizes.i .
very delightful. Young I several weeks with relatives in At-
people!| lanta Ga. MONROE THEATERMaurice from 12 to 54, each- MONDAY SPECIALS
dancing is still one of the nicest; Ernest Schmitz representing Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- 10 dozen New Wash
t Waffle all
__ __ Chevalier and Jeanette Crepe, colors, yd. 35c
things in the world to view, par-i' German Railroad interests in the cino, Teachers 81.00 Dresses, see window 40 inch Striped Tub Silk all
'I R. C. Roberts, keeper of American McDonald: in ,
ticularly when the dancers per- United States and Mrs. Schmitz. This class!! meets Sunday
'' here every and be on time, on sale colors per yard ___ 75
form as beautifully as some of Shoals light, who was who have been guests for several morning at the Harris School THE MERRY WIDOW Plaid Cotton Taffeta, some-

those; in evidence last;; night. I i|I for the regular quarterly vacation weeks, of F. Wagner on his yacht, ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men aU-I $1.00 thing new, per yard 39c
., Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra WHITE SHOES for the
for light
An i Corded
excellent Crepe all colors
arranged programwas Paula Louise, left yesterday for' women not connected with 25 pieces of New Seer- per
rendered Bob's 15-20c; Nignt, 15-25 entire family just arrived. yard __ ._ Z9c
by ; '
Orchetra,1 I a visit in Havana. other Bible Class and regardless a '
and everyone present enjoyed the Mrs. Raymond Kennedy, who I I See window for largest sucker, Stripes and 40 inch White Batiste, yd. 20c
1 I .
occasion to the full. l was before marriage Miss Ida Checks, the kind you Fancy Linen, yard "-_--. 2e
I of White Shoes
I display
II j Johnson, left yesterday afternoonto I' you pay 39c for, on 40 inch Heavy Quality Baron-
I I under ,
shown one ette Satin
ever per yard 59e
spend the week-end in Miami
Dance TonightAt Tree sale Monday morning, 40 inch all shades Pure
roof. Linen Shoes, Silk
ith her brother-in-law and sis
; ; Hoodwinked White see window, per yard Flat Crepe, per yard ,... SOc
Raul's Club Bark Shoes ( new ,
ter. Mr. and Mrs. E. Phillips. he a Broadcloth, all colors, yd. lc
't Fabric) Suedes and hun-
1>3T : Seersuckers of all kinds at
A dance will be held at Haul's: A. D. Harrington of the internal 'D01l dreds of new materials : White Shoes, a beautiful right prices.REPLENISH

Club on Roosevelt;; Boulevard tonight -,: revenue department who ACCEPTING IMITATIONS and sizes at very popular selection of Pumps and YOUR HOME
at 10 o'clock. I I was on a visit with Joe Brown : With Sheets. Pillow Cases
prices from pair"" Bed
Music for the affair will be furnished -I special agent of the department.I I To get the ;oripnal Din..-'100% Pare Paint _ per : Oxfords, all sizes, on Spreads, Curtains, Etc Special

by Bob's Orchestra.! left yesterday afternoon for Mi-\ Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. $1.98 $3.98 i sale I sale on these items Men-

I ami. A look for Davit 100% Pure Paint >h4 often" ken .IW& 'TO $1.98! $2.98New day.A
I "(0&"
CARD OF THANKSWe / eust PAIWV. this Label.that imitated,but never duplicated.Davu _--_-_..-_ See gorgeous window 1 AND fine. opportunity for
: I 100% Pure Paint conform' : with apartment owners to buy best
Rabbi D. B. Mendell was an arrival ===::. displayWe
wish to sincerely thank all yesterday from Miami for I,. all pure paint Laws and it the only paint :.=.-- Spring Hats, regular grade merchandise at lowest 11

those! who assisted during the recent <<-:: a visit with his son and daughter- UO.tpiJRL Carrie a guarantee of purity. =::::=_ $1.50 and $1.98, see prices.

our beloved illness! and one, after Mrs. Dora death Atchi-of Mr. and Mrs. William Men- PAINT Lithr this Guarantee on the Label =:::; are showing a day window at on sale Mon- -THESTORE -

..., ..... .... ...... large assortment of BeachWear
on. Especially do we extend our w. >mu nn i ftma with aft, xtur *Uinrnltctmnt of trrodvcu as 4ar _ _ OF FASHIONCity'
I t All osr are .*]. by a* u B ln on sea. oU brooch OuUn cnITIIEII.RDAVIS I". in Slacks, Shorts, $1.00HOLTSBERG'S
appreciation to the donors of the A. E. Manley, superintendent

beautiful floral offerings and;. for the northern and southern co.GtMIsW AKW BALTOWREMn( Halters, Playsuits, and Leading_ Ladi. St.,., ..
those who gave the use of their terminals of the Texas company, Tennis Suits.
oars.feb2ltx. ,I was in the city yesterday as guest G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline aid William I Streets S I. APPELROUTH _

TilE FAMILY ''J of Charles Taylor, manager of i 1 1



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