The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00423
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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: February 6, 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: UF00048666:00423
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I-Associated- Service.Press Day Wire4i': :, : Key West, Florida, has the

I For 55 Years Devoted to the tEtJe' ittp Wf. esftt (Citizen I I most equable weather in the]

Best Interests of Key West country; with an average

I range of only 14* Fahrenheit



Congress Roster Made Up Of OFFICIAL COMES KEY'WEST GIVEN [PHILATELIC UNIT MANY ANGLERS -Julian Langner Explains Matter

Many Names Of Celtic Origin I

I UGHT :STATIONS -' II if i I Of Establishing Foreign Trade



In Making Refer- COMMERCE ARRIVED I - .

ence To Irish MembersOn I THIS AFTERNOON MET BY Appearing in the February 2 issue The Key West Philatelic So- DURING ACTIVITIESOF MUCH INTEREST I Many Residents Of City

CELEBRATION I DEMERITT AND OTHERS of The Society Pictorial, published ciety, with headquarters at 729 II
HillBy at Miami Beach is a color- 'United street, reports that its official WEEK Hear Talk
Capitol Outlining
I ful article on Key West, titled examiner has scrutinizedfree HERE IN CHILDSTUDYCOURSE

"Sea Dreams," from the giftedpen of charge 97 different stamps !
COSTUME BALL WILL BE ONE Chester II. McCall, assistant to Every Phase Of Proposition -
of Elizabeth Cooper a fre- with a total catalogue value of (Special to The CltUta)

HERBERT PLUMMER I OF FEATURES IN CONNECTION the secretary of commerce, arrived quent visitor to this city. $28.46. The society offers for one LONG KEY, Fla., Feb. 6,- i
f fly .ti.rI.ed .r..t this afternoon for an inspectionof "I have so much to say about more week to examine stamps

WASHINGTON: Feb. e.-Post.t WITH "LA SEMANA the Seventh District with Superintendent -i Key West that I ought to hire a without charge between 1 and 2 J!The fourth week of the season at _

matter General "Big Jim" Farley i ALEGRE" of Lighthouses. W. hall. I have been coming down for p. m. except on Saturday and Sun-j I the world-famed Long Key Fishing ROOM MOTHERS AND OTHERS
f I I .
I Demeritt. several years to see my day. WILL HEAR SERIES OF LECTURES -I DecisIve steps were taken Utt
never ii more eloquent than when -- I Mr. and Mrs. William Camp, Key Fla.
I The next regular meeting of I Long saw an
frienIS'j' t night at a meeting held in the
arrival McCall
Upon Mr. was ,
he has the their daughteMrs.. this society will be held at 7 m. TO BE SENT OUT ON
opportunity to say a; More than of activities for p.
j a day impressive list of catches
for met at the station and was greetedby ant Kirke," writes the on Frida'. Dr. D. R. Bales, of the many AIR I ccurty: court house to tart amove
Cubans have been
word of praise for the Irith. { planned ,
| their participation in "La Senianai Mr. Demeritt. Captain PhillipL. Mrs. Cooper continues with a. Columbus Philatelic Club in Columbus -. of which were as uSual the work<<
to the eat.Lli.Lmen.a
Not even the "new deal" elicits Alegre." which Cosgrove. captain of the Ten- comprehensive description of Key Ohio will be the gue trpeak.r. -- | secure ;
.i i opens Tuesday West before the advent of the His topic will be "The I| of tyros at fighting the big fellows -
such adjectives or such glowing night, February 19, with an'but- der Ivy and others of the ship'spersonnel Much interest | of a foreign Trade Zone in Key
is being displayed :
FERA and the changes which have Lure of Cover Collecting. In con- that above I
door presentation of "Pirates of swarm .the many-
.J phrases from 'the genial "Bir:Penzance." Asked how long he would stay taken place since then. 'nection with this lecture the presi- by School Mothers in' Key I I I Wett.I .
The article is exceptionally 5'dent of the society will exhibit a I colored reefs and in the Gulf We!>t in the series of lectures
on his' trip Mr. McCall told The / '
Jim as when he talks: of his' The Cuban celebration in con 1 I I' Julian Lanf neri'; of Washing ton,
Citizen his itinerary was left complete in detail and description;}unique cover collection. I forming a Child Study Course the !
nection the will Stream along the keys. .
with week of i
Celtic heritage-land 'the'part 'the., start Saturday night February joy to the superintendent. That he and narrates delightful visits with j ja Arthur M. Brown of Newcastle. first of which is to be tent out on I I| D: C., 'who'ha given'much of hit
number of Key Westers' and Penn. t.ow member of the Key I '
; a of the resort'
Early days
wanted to visit of the steel were
Irish have 'played'and are'playingia I Ii. >23,with a Cuban eostume'balIatI one seasori* ,' :' the':air froni' Station WQAM in !!t time 1oIthstuJy of zones :in for.
visitors for the winter .and r Wet\ Philatelic Societywill give !
the structures: and then Tortugas light. recalled as the camp celebrated Miami!
Cuban Clnb. will fe ,
i It obliga- beginning
publia1fairs.' After that makes a delightful reading for I! a brief le'cture on "Differences in elgn''countriesv in Ger
he would
return to principally
tory the twenty-sixth anniversary of morrow* afternoon.Not .
for le'in costume
i women to 2:15'O'clock"tQ'j t
(those interested in Key West. i Perforation and Press Types.
the look :
and the
Consider for example his utterance -: and it was urged that men, as city over many j I. ';: its founding by the late Henry M. only ia this many'and Spain, addretied the
before the American Irish;' well, attend the ball in costume. interesting projects which were j -- --- --- I i Flagler, Fiorida pioneer. ed by the members of the Room I'
Prizes will be offered for the best being carried on. j Mothers' association but others meeting and for two hours held
historical society in New York on I The to which big-game
The said camp
the occasion of that organization's37th Mayg costumes\ and it Oliver was said.Armayor Miss Juanita are arranging they would superintendent board the Ivy, hch; I (I TODAY'S WEATHER 1 J I i anglers now come from half wayi asking parents for of information school children relative are to I. the attention of his hearers.

annual dinner: :' the ball and any sugges- was waiting at the terminal wharf i I around the world, was first opened the courses., I Coming to Key \\ ebt for a vacation -

"The Irish are politicians in'' tions relative to costumes should go to American Shoals light and I II : on thi3 little palm-shaded islet In the is"ue of The Citizen ) he wa. alter a I>hOI t >stay,

every land," he said. "Don't blame;;, be given to them it is stated from there proceed to Tortugas,I I I Temperature Thursday; gentle to moderate j in January 1909, with three terday it was announced that.es-I I struck with the ..o.sioi1iti.of: of ihu
spend some time and return tomorrow i t j I northeast and visitors will be welcomed and this establishment 01 Foreign Trade
east winds
them. Sunday from. 11:30 a. m. to [ Highest 65 a
Blame the long line of' 12:30 p. m.. the Cubans will stage night. 'I Lowest ..::":':::.::::':::::::::::::::::::::::58'''i i j I gaests registered. They were Mr. is being supplemented today by an I Zone, usually called free zone, and
Kelleys and Burkes and Sheas be_ would be and Mrs. Wm. E. Carlin and Howard
Friday spent inspect- 'f ? invitation to all interested moth conceived the idea of
'to" -
an ancient game old nearly as Mean .. . 00" .... ...---_.....,..62' I ?... .. presenting
fore them. Blame the Celts Spain it-elf. Bicycles, however, ;nz; headquarter and looking over I Normal l Mean ..-.------ -..--_----..--....70 I 1 'f-. r'-, M. Wing, all of New York. ers ta attend all of the lectures. I the proposition to ,the people ot
the until it leave "
whose names are found in the will be substituted for horses in city was time to Rainfall II Since those days many of the I the city.
as Mr. McCall will depart for I I .f 1t1
role of the Minute Men at Lexington -, playing! for "Carrera de Cintas," Washington 5:40 o'clock that aft-'. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.. i great names of ocean angling! ALFONSO MUSTSERVESENTENCE!I Practically every phase of the

and Concord and who were famed Sprnish game of crnoon. Normal. Precipitation _._. .01 Ins.'j j I'h' ) .. have become indelibly associated I I idea was explained by Mr. Lang-
spearing small rings hung fkill'j| ThiM rrrnril .'".rill Zl-hwur prrluil 'ncr, and the possibility of the Uni-
found among the colonists." ;; rntHK at n ..'..1..... ...1.. Morning.Tomorrow's I t II \., 4) r. E i1 with Long Key,. including, to namea government .
head while riding. Contestant:<*< I '" t ., ed Mates giving &pl
Irish In Congress j j-houl.l register with Pedro Aqui- VISITOR FINALLY Aluianac ; rt''Y",\ tC r :!',! few Zane Grey, who receivedhis ;I l pro val to the application of Key

One has only to can the roll of lar. chairman of the sports committee Sun rises .... _............. 7:07: a. in.I I {, ... first fait water angling expe- [ West, in the event such WIll be
.._............. i.t-1\ ( .(,
the with the research and Sun sets 00" 6:16 p. m. f I made was pictured in a tnanne<
present congress to find justification or I ;: :: 3B lience here and who has since be- DECISION MADE BY JUDGE
for "Big Jim'a" boost,' statistics department of the Key LANDS SAILFISH- Moon rises ....m..,_,. 9:42 a. m."I Fair Warmer. j co.ne a peeriess record-maker; thei II which could not but impress hu
West Administration. Moon sets .moo..no.. ..10:48 p. m'j i late Gus Meistelbach.\ bonefisher- OF UNITED STATES I hearers with the earnesmecs of too

no far as this country is con-; Baseball: games are scheduledfor AFTER LONG TRY! Tomorrow's Titles II Florida: Fair tonight and man par excellence; Robert ,Man- COURT .I speaker and his firm belief that

cerned. I"t i iIjv the afternoon and 8 p.m., A.M. P.M; Thursday; slowly rising tempera- kowrki o:' California one of the I i there U a great possibility of Key

::. U>e wn.to t.here..rt. !-ut least hfefi 17 names as unmistakably Irish as (J-enance: of "El GI ito de Baire." I Low : 00 nmn..... 5:58 6:47 Jacksonville: to Florida Stra'i7': B. \\'. Crownishioul of Boston. Armando Alfonso, who was I Reads ExcerptsMr. -
Paddy's pig. There probably are Cuban holiday. CATCH MADE BY WILLIAM E. Barometer lit 8 a. m., today: .1 I Moderate: wet windj over noith who caught and liberated ten sail- sentenced to 18 months in prison I Langner interspersed his

as many more who are of Irish WADDELL, WHO ARRIVED J Sea level, 30.18.Iowe. I ortion and moderate northeast fish in one day; T. D. it\!. Cardeza for smuggling aliens into 'the .,I talk by reading/ excerpts from

decent but the names of such ELKSlRRANGE inrl east winds over south portion; of Philadelphia, and the late United States, will hue to serve .: volumes on, the matter of .'rccI
senators as Duffy Coffey Dona-. IN CITY SEVERAL WEEKS j weather fair the sentence.At .
t lliirhe.t tonight and Thurs Frank French of Niles. Miih., I zones: and cited number of authorities -
hey Lonergan and O'Mahoneyto -, Statio1.ast Nijht Yesterday both railfish and N. Jer- a session of United Ftates I
AGO TO SPEND WINTER i i : day.East expert; in Washington and New
mention only a few-leave fbi; FOR VISITING I Abilene ............ 38 78 I Gulf: Gentle variable law of Chicago now here tryingfor court this week in Miami, Judge,'' York, who were of the opinion

doubt as to Erin's influence in: I Atlanta ............ 38 %58 winds over north portion and moderate a new 1'ght tackle sailfish record Ritter announced that the appe- that Key West was a logical loca-
what has been described as the I noithcast and eat wind I late court has concurred in the
: .
"greatest deliberative body in the I LODGE OFFICER William E. Waddell. devotee to'' Boston ._............ 0 20 tion for one.
I ovcrsouth portion. Hut although the has. sentence of the.lower court.
world." the sport of angling, who has had i iLu Buffalo ,........,.. 4 14 : camp Through hjs Alfonso 1| Among the distinguished men
j ; been the scene of noteworthy: attorneys mentioned concurring in the
In the house 0; representatives:' ', airiving liberal share weeks of success for since the i;j Charleston ........ 42 CO I \YIAIHKU: CONDITIONS catcher by well-known n'mrodsvhose made an appeal for parole. Tim belief that as Key West would be:

the evidence is even more strijin (- ALTO ADAMS, DISTRICT DEPUTY some ago Chicago '.00......... 16 32 I \ feats have made fishingH'tory w&. denied and Judge Halted L. ideal for the establishment of a
winter, reached the of all'
There are at I least 05 names goal .. I| A.:strong high pressure area has the angling rank and file Ritter announced(>d that the sentence -
who fish in Key West Denver ........ ... 21 %52 Foreign: Trade Zone was Scott M.
there which leave no doubt that GRAND EXALTED RULER rnortsmen moved southward
from of and Fix months
'I Canada into have also. enjoyed the brand f"fishermen's one year
._ .. Loftin, co-receiver with W. F.
it be "a for the! waters by catching a sailfish yeslerday. { Detroit ..... .. 0 30 the ,
can great lay Lake
i region Sault. Ste. luck" that has be- must! be served in the federal penitentiary -
Iri.vh" any time this group Wi'Is. I! TO ARRIVE HERE TO. 'Gaivetton! .......... 60 68 j' r.Iarie.lich.:\ .. 30.76 inches. and come! proverbial here. : at Atlanta.PATRICIO Kenan of the Florida East Coast

Shannon Maloney, O'Connor,: MORROW Out with a party for the dsy, I IFUCCCSS Havana ..........._ 56 !! in connection with a moderate Russell Law of New York. who Railroad who had promised to do
all a-.ssist.
O'Day.) Sullivan, Gavafan and1!I had been found from the j Huron ......_......... 24 26 high pressure!! area over Florida had never before angled for a possible to
O'Brien-names picked at ran- start and a fine take of grouper. | MEDINA I Mr. Loftin was quoted as sayIng
; mackerel mutt fish and barracuda .Jacksonville!! ...... 42 66 {I overspread most scetion of the railfifh. caught two one of which. that the establishment of the
dom such to conjure the
--are as [ country from the Plain States
memories of the "auld sod." | Preparations: are going committees forward showed that the anglers were Kansas City -..... 28 :38 j! eastward It has caused a decided R rare only baby 11 pounds of the despite'peciest' its weighed five-- DIES TUESDAY zone would possibly mean bringing -
under direction of
Knows Thing Or Two !' kept busy and had great sport. I KEY WEST 58 65 I fall in temperature in the Lake back to a normal basis the
foct length. His other fish was
trom B. P. O. Elks 551 of Key
As for ;'Hi;: Jim" Farlev.. himself -, But the climax of the day of Little Rock 'n'" 38 68 I Ireeion. Ohio Valley and Middle six feet three inches long. Mr. railroad representing an invent
it is common practice to .!'e-' \\ (ost for the reception to be tendered excellent success came when Mr. Los Angeles ...... .:52; 58 i Atlnatic States!, with readings of Law aifo: landed 29-pound am- ment of approximately $50,000-

scribe him a* the "political inem-i Alt*Exalted Adams. District i Deputy Waddell had a strike, which only !, Louisvi.le ....... .. 1C ;56; j zero or below in eastern and bcrjaok and several a fine kingfish. FUNERAL.,SERVICES:' WILL, BE]. 000,in i Florida. ':' *I"-
ber of the President's cabinet." Grand Ruler of Florida there who have had the thrill ; Miami 'm. .......... 50 70 northern Michigan\ Sault Ste. mackerel j At.the conclusion'of''! "''ais talk
East; tomorrow.I: > > know what it means and realized ... the As Ludlow of Indiana democratic ( Minneapolis m 12 .24 Mtri'*. reporting a minimum this The largest sailfish thus far .
member of the hou., putit: ', In his lettei; to}\'., Curry Har l he had ,on his hook that close relat'ive.llpf New Orleans .... :52; JII,,70.) I' mottling of 16 degrees below. Zero caught, this winter landed! ,' b ' I| any questions to' be' asked, he
: )
"The constant effort seem' to1: rise Exalted Ruler of the local 'the swordfish an Istiopho- New York ..... _. 6 ,...22... temperature! also prevail in New G. Schutt was at t this .. ,..I .. would answr'them if 'polISi li.
be to buds op a popular mirage1 I lodge. Mr. Adams writes that he rus or sailfish.) j Pensacola .......... :52; 60 : England, and readings are still be- camp George I\ was seven' manager feet. six Inches ',:: :., ,... .. I!I' I Questions' .Ask dn I) .

of Farley a4 'Old Man 'Politict, in- expects to arrive at the Elks Jlcxme A'ter an' exciting battle the i I Pittsburgh ........ 16 :36 I low normal southward over the long and weighed 57 pounds., E. Patrlcio Medina'I' 84 )'ears'ol,'" <4I ) Mayor 'Wm/H. (alon' 'asked1 a
carnate.' for the purpose of paying his official fish was.brought, to the side and St. Louis m..m. 28 50 I Florida peninsula with light frost G. Niggeman of St. Louis took died 6:30 'o'clock'yesterday? afternoon I I number of questions as diil"! "Wil. 1

The Indiana representative took visit at 2 o'clock in the aft taken on'board. Arriving at the I Salt Lake City. :34 48 I at Jackronville this morning. Lijrht, and liberated a rail fish. I in the residence at lOtS liam R. Porter; president of the

the floor of the house for the i ernoon. pier, other items in the catch was San Francisco .. 52 60 I r to moderate snow has occurred I: Th.amberjack catches were White street. Funeral services First National Bank to all of

Mr. Adams will be accompanied placed on the rack and Mr.\ Waddell .............. 42 atifac-
avowed purpose of dispelling; this Seattle 38 during the lest 24 hours from the led by C. F. Deganahl of New i will be held this afternoon I 5) which Mr. Langner gave

"Farley myth, and to show that bv Harry Bethel former Key posed in front of the display Tampa ...?....n.n 42 68 j I lower Lake region southeartwardover York with a 49 1-2-pound beau. ,I o'clock from the residence, Rev. tory answers, explaining in detaila
while undoubtedly he does knowa Wester and :Mrs. Bethel. Inducements with the prize in hand while another Washington .m". 16 36 the middle Atlantic States, ty. Others includes three taken by E. Perez officiating. number of points brought out in

thing or two about politics he are to bu offered thf visi- member of the party took Wilhton! ...._ ...r 22 24 and in the Dakotas and northern Frank S. Arguimbau of Merrick.L. Pritchard'i Funeral Home will the questions.

also is liberally endowed with' tors to have them remain over fora pictures of the scene. t Minnesota. and there has been rain : I.. weighing 39, 34 and 22 be in charge of arrangements. i Replying to a question as to

business brains. . fiShing excursion with local WEATIII.R FORECAST from the upper Rio Grande Valleywstwtrd pounds. The deceased is survived by the funds required for investigating -

Ludlow emphasized his sineerily. -] members of the lodge. PLAN DISPOSAL I over southern Calif or-1 1 i Mr. Arguimbau also took the three daughters Mrs. Ramon the harbor of Key West, its

lie explained at the outset -. (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) nia. ;, week's best!! grouper which weighed : Fuentes.! :Mrs.! Jose Camo Miss facilities and the free zone pro-
Farley and he have not "click- FIVE PASSENGERS Key West and Vicinity: Fair! C. S. KENNEDY. ''' 23 pounds. Other barracudawere Isolina Medina; three !cons Jose, position in all its ramifications, in

ed" on patronage; that "Big Jim" .OF STRAY CATSThe and somewhat warmer tonight and I Official I in Charge those of Dr. Geo. Vernon Ignacio and Miguel Medina; five order to make the comprehensiveand

hadn't even so much as let him : -- - .--- .. .---,---, of Springfield, Ill., 20, and Charles grandchildren and four great detailed report to accompany
select the postmaster in his hometown LEAVE ON PLANEAVERY .. !1 and Albert and Louis Allinger, all grandchildren, all of Key West. the application, Mr. Langner said

that he had shoved him: city sanitary department is pf Detroit weighing 19' 1-2, 18 about 5000.

away from the pie counter on: prepared to dispose of any and all and 17 1-2 pounds rejpectively. BOSTON RESIDENTCATCHES l\r He explained the necessity of
numerous occasions even to the JAHNSON FERA ARTIST stray cats in the city, J. Gerry The Citizen Is ProudOf Louis Allinger took the second having to employ experts along

point of choosing the U. S. minister AMONG GROUP GOING Curtis, director of work operationsin and third largest yellow jacks certain lines for some parts- of the
to Haiti.CUBACARRIES. I the Key West Administration. cyer brought in at this cajup. SAILFISHHENRY work, which could be done only
TO MIAMI pointed out this morning.The This :Fine, Record These weighed 18 and 17 pounds.The by persons who had devoted theirI

method followed by the Allinger brothers and Arthur -- i time to the study of the branches
i i I
Stock of Grossee Pointe Farms. of investigation needed Ja} the'revi :
is humane
sanitary department
Avery Johnson artist with the Jacksonville Times-Union) MEYER HAVING SPECIMEN -
FERA employed in decorative and also eliminates any possibility ( I Mich., their truesti, caught twelve J i port. The cost of his services 'will

118 PASSENGERS work group and illustrations! for literature -- of the spread of disease. If any Newspaper circulation managers should sit up mackerel five baraeuda two MOUNTED BY '!1' be practically nil.

being issued by the administration one wishing to dispose of a stray and read this from the Key \Vest Citizen: : bonita and three groupers in one !' At this point the question of
cat will call the department, some j 'securing the funds for pursuing;
i left yesterday for Miami "A.fter'receiving The Citizen uninterruptedly ; day.John t
one will call for the cats and dispose A, Morris and Lawrence the investigation and making the
on the afternoon plane. for fifty Louis M. Johnson 608 Angela street f
Stean"'ut1a. of the P. and years, discussed A
Marks York briefly.
I of New brought in report was
of them "humanely it was
O. S. S. .i Other passengers; leaving were had occasion to make his first complaint Monday I :
left yesterday.Havana
comp my said. numerous barracuda and fish of Dixon Meyer, of Boston motion was made by F. F. Hoffman -
afternoon for with lOS Robert Dill. Jessie Cook, James II because of non-delivery of his'paper, and personally other species. Mass, who is staying at Pirates that Mayor Malone be appointed

first class pa.; en eors. 10 second Bridges and Gonzalo Bez niIla. CABARET SHOW called at the office to do so. While in the office : Cove. i i. a successful angler for chairman of the meetingand

class pass.-ng 's three automobiles '-- Mr. Johnson stated that he had been taking The PRESCRIPTIONSYour any kind of fish, but yesterday'! be empowered to appoint a

three tOI i' of freight and FOR RENT I Under Auspices Woman's Club Citizen for a half century and never before has he .'caught a six foot sailfish wbich is committee of ways and means to
142 sacks of I Friday Feb. 8, 8:30 p. m. physician's prescription j.
T ail. missed an issue. !considered a perfect specimen. 1 take up the matter of securing
Ferry Palm, arrived from Cuba Furnished Bungalow CORAL ISLE CASINO receives the most cautio at Mr. Meyer came in to Key Vest funds. The election was unan-
l' The Citizen should feel proud of this record. :
jesterday afti Modern Conveniences Tickets Sale at 421 Dura Section by our pharmacal with his
moon with one car l on this morning catch from: imous.
We doubt if there U a daily'paper in the United 'I
of tomatoes ne of eggplant, 71 634 William Street Street Phone 302-J States that beat it, perts.Gardner's es-I the Cove and gave instruction to j r Mr. Malone accepted the nomination
sacks of mail and four miscellaneous Apply VALDES BAKERY Opposite Colonial Hotel Pharmacy have it mounted by Taxidermist and advised that it would

cars. 1 J I Admission _-...-,--..- ,. $1.50, L I Phone 177 Fr. Delivery J Cecil Gray. I (Continued on Page Three)
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.. the Roast With ''I
<4 Dally Except Sunday By all the wealth in Key West was Basting BOydwinlled
L. r. ARTMA.f. FrnUemt. hoarded in a barrel, with the understanding Natural Pineapple Tune u ;
From Th Citizen Building k
that it would be distributed the 'Do"
Corner Greene and Ann Street among By Jane Rogersi ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

citizens of Key West It would be to the I i
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe cooks know that the flavor y 0_ To act 'M origin! Davis J 100% Pure Paint
County. profit of every citizen, rich and poor to I GOOD dishes and sauces can be 1 1 1O sure to MADE IN HAL TlMORE. rmn'AIII
greatly enhanced and made more look. for Davis 100% Pure Paint hat often ken rAot3
Entered at Key west Florida, as second class matter make the barrel rich -
as as possible. I appetizing by the use of fruit and miuud,but never duplicated. .. :
fruit Even an ordinary cook this Label
F1FTVJ.ITTHKtt that the : Davis I oot' Pure Paint conforms with ..
Knowing contents would be knows that nearly' all fish should b* ==
Urotbcr .f tie A.._Ut.* Press I served with lemon, that a pork let t all lure faint Laws and is the only paint S::.--
distributed among the citizens here and that times of ===::-.::
'the Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to user 1 roast Just Isn't a pork roast without I a guarantee parity.
repkbllcatlon of all news dlapatcbes credited to and that a roast turkey '' ,
and also that they alone would share in the prize applesauce clot this = '
It or not otherwise credited In. this paper .isu't.a roast tmrkey without cranberry Guarantee on the Label-

the local news published hero.SCIISCIt1PriON each man, woman and child would striveto Jelly. *: r -- W.have mrtmmnirm with.any sitar Paw Manufacturer ti_ttmAu._ f

:One Tear _...........":. ..__... ...... ....._..._IIATK9........ __'10.0. pack the barrel as tight as possible. juices However in ,basting the use meats of natural and fruit the I AU oar pnivctm r..Je by a. a BalniwM a4 auM lhra.t.lk o..lan onlTHEERDAVlSCa ,
fix Months __..__....... sot making of sauces to serve with *** *ire BALTIMOREMU'G.
Three Months _.._........_.... 2.SOAUVKRTIS1NU
There would be careless of well known.
'Jne Month ___.....__ ..It no dispatch vegetables etc. Is not so 1 1a j
Weekly _____ ,Z. money to other cities where other people And that and is cookware a pity for missing many housewives praise- 1i i C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets 4

HATKS! that would come 1I.
and compliments
-Made known on application. would be happy in the distribution of the I to them if they did BO. I.. ---- ._ ...------ -
STKCIAL.NOTICE wealth, foolishly' contributed by the peo- Recently the use of natural, un
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions et sweetened Hawaiian pineapple ,.111111111111..1
trpect. cbltuary notices line., etc-, wilt be charted for al ple of KeyVest.. juice (do not confuse: this with the Ll
La rate of 19 cents a
Notl.,-. for entertainments by church from which The wealth of Key West is expressed sweet syrup from sliced pineapple! )
t revenue. Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. has been finding much favor among
The CI\lhn Is an open forum and Invites discus. in money and every citizen has some of it. those who like to Impart new and
fu.i of public Issues and subjects of local or general
flavor to their cookery.
merest but It will not publish anonymous communi The barrel into which it can be placed i is appetizing Our Most Sensational Offer
.h:01 the commerce of Key West. Every time a Stuffing for Duck. Goose or Pork herbs, removeonion and brown Into the
4 large apples steak, which has been cut
citizen buys from a Key West merchanthe 2 cup .tale bread crumb, pieces 2 by 3 inches and rolled la
KEY WEST t teaspoon powdered zap Add flour, brown
IMPROVEMENTS FOR I teaspoon salt flour. remaining
puts some of his wealth ( ) into
money V. teaspoon paprika slightly then seasonings and hot
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Crated rind of half a lemon Cover closely and
the business-barrel of Key West. This 1 cup Hawaiian pineapple juice
simmer for several hours, or until
business-barrel is in turn distributed to : Peel, core and chop finely the ap steak is tender.
pIes. Blend with the bread crumbs
1. Water and Sewerage. our citizens in wages, rents, and other : and seasonings, moisten with the Pineapple Currle Dressing! o r

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- transactions. The larger the barrel and pineapple cavity from juice which and use the it bone to fill has the 1 IVi cup tablespoon Hawaiian cornstarch pineapple Juice aerk
*. cunie powder
land. the tighter it is packed the larger will be been taken from a shoulder of pork 1 teaspoon teaspoon cold water S
or to stuff a bird for roasting. Cook cornstarch and pineapple: !
3. Free Port. the share of every citizen.
Deviled Steak Juice until thick and creamy then ,.ba
e 4. Hotels and Apartments. 1" The distribution of the wealth of Key (6 Sertinas) put it in the currle, which has been , d. ./:
mixed with the cold water. Mix t e
!i.. Bathin (' e-Iw' 7a. +n;s,"' 1'-i: West, however, does not happen all at 1 Canned steak ',,, 1 ,1"1 ,1
y I. 1 tare onion well, cool on ice, beating it with a .
It is in 2 tablespoons butter ". wilp. It will keep several days ." \ '. : ) S
the "J.
6. Aquarium. once. process throughout year. 2 tablespoons flour *"' If kept in a refrigerator. If too f I I. j.,
.i 7.' Airports-Land'aria1 Sea. n Every day as citizens trade in Key West 1 1 teaspoon teaspoon salt mind dry herbs ri''.. thick add pineapple Juice. ,r ',' t .r b :a
Vt teaspoon pepperS 'j''l.' _:This sauce may be used! in cocktails ..
'n -.I i : tr
8. Consolidation 'of I County tand City they add ,to the sum in the business barrel, : teaspoon paprika fruit cups,salads,cold entrees.

Governments.. ;.1' 1 1J amJ/other. !<.< ) citizens, taking it out pass it 1 Hi teaspoon tablespoons dry mustard eider vtneftr e meat, chicken eggs or nVu. ad J .. "
J i lea '!.oit "G'<)'01,b :2 cups Hawaiian pineapple Juice ding-according to taste-vthipped .
around. The only hitch in this endless Melt the butter in oven and brown cream, whipped whites of eggs; :!: and

chain comes when some thoughtless man tho sliced onion and powdered mayonnaise. . This Waldorf Range Installed FreeYou

after of ---- -'--- - '- -
or woman, some Key
SIDELIGHTSBy West's wealth sends it through the mailsto I e . . ..
II I d;; In i .1 do not need to guess at the cost of cooking elec.
another city, where it gets into another KEY WEST INHappenings I.T History
trically. You do not need to take one' word for it. You
barrel and is: distributed among other .......e..e..aee.s.1778Conclusion .. any
MARCY B. DARNALL, people. t DAYSGONE BY of the alliance '" can find out definitely for yourself without buying a range or

Former Editor of To* Key West Citizen I making penny's investment. We will let this
Here Just 10 Year between France and tbe United a you use rangein

GREELEY'S HANDWRITINGMany Ago Today At Taken From States. your own kitchen for three months without any obligation
Just how Deputy Sheriff Fowler of The File Of The Citizen I whatever.

Oklahoma learned to drive with one handis 1788-Massachusetts, the sixth

not pertinent to this story. But his stories have been told about Plans were filed this morningand State, to ratify the Constitution. ..

ability to do so came handy not long ago. Horace Greeley's notoriously poor handwriting a permit granted for the ccn- See us for complete details

which was a constant nightmareto etruction of the La Concha hotelat 1815-President granted pardon -
Driving with one hand and shooting with
the corner of Fleming and Du- ,I to the pirates of Barataria, regarding this plan.
his associates, and especially to the
the other he two bank robbers
val streets. By Monday a force of r.ear New Orleans, for their help
killing one and wounding the second, besides printers, on the old New York Tribune. 25 men will be working. With the i I in the war with England.

recovering the $3,750 they had One printer, being given a Greeley arrival of the necessary equipment -
this force will be increasedto THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANYA. l
stolen. manuscript to set up for the first time, exclaimed 150 men. The Florida Keys 1904!) -Beginning of Rutso-Jap-
God if Belshazzar had anese War.
: "My ,
Realty company is having the F._ AYALA Sales Manager
A church in Ohio operates a filling! seen this writing on the wall he would hotel constructed. C. F. McKenzie .
: tfne of the best known and ablest 1922-Election of Pope Pius .. .
station which all members are asked to have been more terrified than he was. -
engineers in the south, arrived XI. "IIII..IIII.4T.lI LiZ .
This Later it is said wrote to the fore- :
patronize. may give some legislatorthe last night and will be in chargeof ----

idea of imposing a special church tax man, directing that the printer be discharged the work. He said the hotel 1934-Political disorders in rIIII'IIIIIIIIPI..tr4" ':AT.'IIIII"III4

on gasoline. It is taxed for nearly every- because he made so many typo- will, when completed, be one of Paris. (

thing else. graphical errors. The printer got hold of the most up to date and attractiveof (1 1-- I
the tourist hotels in the south.It petitions, signed by a majority of
the note before leaving, and carried it to was said by Carl] Aubuchonthat the freeholders in Key West to

Harry B. Thayer, retired telephone the foreman of another newspaper as a the structure will be completed call a Lond election for the issuance i REDUCED PRICES ON SCREEN WIRE %

magnate, made this sage observation at recommendation-and got a job im long before the next tourist of bonds for $2,500.000 to
season opens.American build boulevard along the shoreof
the end of his long business career: "It is mediately.Once. sa
Key West from the foot of Du-
easy to fool yourself; more difficult to fool Greeley was invited to lecture residents in Havana val street to Palm Avenue and to GALVANIZED BRONZE

those you work for; still more difficult to J in Sandwich, Ill. He wrote that as he was have expressed themselves as being continue the work of constructingthe 24" Wide, Per Yard 21c 24" Wide, Per Yard .. 40c

fool those you work with; and almost impossible overworked and would be sixty years old well satisfied with the planto road to the mainland. The 26" Wide, Per Yard ......... 23c 26" Wide, Per Yard .. .. .. 43c

to fool those who work under on the following February third, he felt have the United States declare commissioners directed Malone County 28" Wide, Per Yard .... ..a..... 24c 28" Wide, Per Yard . ...... .. 46c
the Isle] of Pines a part of this Attorney Wm. II. to pre.
your direction." unable to take the engagement. After country. One of the newspapersin pare a resolution calling for the 30" Wide, Per Yard ........ 26c 30' Wide, Per Yard .. ....... 49c

much labor in deciphering the letter, the Havana goes one better and election, in time, to be passed on t 32", Wide, Per Yard. .. ... 28c 36" Wide, Per Yard ........ 59c

John Kane of Pittsburgh paints box committee replied that they would be gladto now of Cuba claims as! that"there Key are West more is part Cubans iat held an Saturday adjourned afternoon.meeting One to be of \ 34" Wide, Per Yard ... 29c 42" Wide, Per Yard . ... 70c

cars for a living, and pictures for recrea- have him lecture on February third, and than Americans living there the largest assemblages ever teen ) 36" Wide, Per Yard .. . ....... 30c 48" Wide, Per Yard ..... 80c

tion. One of his pictures won the Car- that the fee of sixty dollars; would be satis- and always has been." This paper in the court house was in attend ... .
claims that could a vote be taken: ance at the meeting.On .
negie Institute prize at an exhibition in his factory.
home city.'t ,*i I lit on question Key CLOTHES BASKETS: With cover.
would be found that a big majority the front page of this issue A necessity in every home. Very STOVES., Guaranteed, Fitted, ;
'* BOOKS AND BOOBS would vote to annex the bland :
us.ittftn\ S'. : ,, of Citizen
: The aderti
Ao. i a : : < I L appears an with nichrome element embeddedSmall
With so many governm.e rjt1lJnsiec4 : .it'1 : of Key West to Cuba.0 n cment of the Tip Top Bakery, neat, trimmed in red, and, green. :

tors snooping about,,'l.t ,is: rather easy /or : n' There:are some: families in Key West Ifdtte-r, announcing x.19: the' distribution of . . $LOO in porcelain r.brick.I :' With 3Het'Medium

their The Wrecking Tug coupons for Rogers silverware. .. .. .... .t.2S switch. 1 f ar (
impostors to pull sluff. In Ntshvillea HT I sere no new books except school books d'
which left port time ago
some o ,Buyer; of bread- from the bakery Large. . . 1.60 Each i ... . ...... ." .. ,$z.sIA(
t bandit armed with a fate search warrant .arrive. Do the parents appreciate the go to the assistance of a vessel,. are advised to save the coupons, It, < " A
gained admission 1b two hfifnes and value of books? reported in distress! returned t.?land secure valuable prizes. -. ._ds
port today. The tug reached the
robbed them of several hundred dollars.:; The is answered before it is
question hip and after rendering the nece manufacturer
Remiffio Lopez, cigar I
asked. Every family in Key West should sary assistance received instruc- was knocked down on White "Genuine Masonite Tempered Predswood"WHERfi

A strange animal freak is describedby see that the children are encouraged to tions to tow the steamer to street by an automobile this afternoon

O. C. Van Hyning, curator of the Flor- read. Rather than reading becoming less Charleston, S. C. i I iMr. Lopez and was was attempting slightly to bruised.board A HARD SMOOTH FINISH IS REQUIRED. CAN BE USED FOR I

ida State Museum. It is a turtle with two I, important with the more complex organ- The county commissioners; at a street car when the accident hap- FLOORS. WILL STAND THE WEAR AND IS

perfectly developed heads, which see, eat, ization of society it is becoming more important their meeting last; night adopted j pened. VERY ATTRACTIVE

drink and sleep independently. It is en- than ever. _. -
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cased in a single shell but has two sets of This is the day of specialists but no- CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I 1-8" Thickness i in sheets of 4'xl2':, per 9c

front' feet, although possessing only two body can do a man's thinking for him. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK square feet .._.......................... ........._.._.._____.-' I

hind feet and one tail. One of the strangest The fact there are so many willing to let OF KEY WEST : 3-1 G" Thickness in sheets of 4'xl2', per

characteristics of this remarkable i others think for them explains why the .t at the dOle of business December 31, 1934, square feet.................._........................,..................-. 11 /\,
turtle is that although it has only one American people lose millions of dollars Comptroller' Call .

stomach, the two heads sometimes fight every year through get-rich-quick schemes. I RESOURCESLoans SHEETS WILL BE CUT IN EVEN FEET FROM LENGTH ONLY
and Investments $ 305,639.43
for the same morsel of food.A Overdrafts-_,....-1_ 71.61 ...rte .
ADVERTISING GAINS Banking house Furniture
and Fixtures .. ..._. ' 33,082.33 .
business' magazine tells of the en- Bonds of States and Possessions IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PAINTING YOUR HOME BE SURE! YOIJ. t

lightnrr.ent of a Negro insurance agent, Advertising showed distinct gains in t of the United . USE "ZILO"f f'
States .u.- _. 139370.68
arrested for doing business without a 1934 says Printers' Ink, which reports a Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03 .
license.! The magistrate said: "Don't 16 per cent gain over 1933. Stock of the Federal Reserve .
: Bank, --..,-...,...L i." _;' AU. .6,00000, ; .
you know you can't sell life insurance This will be good news to 'publishers Temporary Federal De- .:

without a license." The darky replied: everywhere. Moreover it indicates that posit Insurance fund 1,954.01: --

"Boss, you done said a mouthful; I knowedI : business is better. Regardless of theory United ment State Obligations Govern-direct 1 South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I.

couldn't sell any, but I didn't know why." advertisers spend their money when the and fully guar
I anteed ___$832.744.73 White and Eliza Streets !
public is buying, and when advertising Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97 1.321,913.70 Phone 598

Dr. Freeman of Yale reports, after an I budgets move upward it is a sure indication 1,888,235.7' I S &. Jour home is worthy of the best" :

exhaustive survey, that the man who that buying is increasing.The LIABILITIES -,

"takes it easy" while he works is likely to j i publication estimates that $700- Capital $ 100.000.6Q .,o JYIP'ddA'Cdr'dr'N rItll' 'Ilrildt/.I1/fi' 1,1.

get the most done. This is encouraging to 000,000 was expended for advertising in Circulation Surplus and_Undivided Profits. ._.._...- .. 100,000.04Deposits 65,001.0&2 '. .

those, who like to take things easy-and I 1934 with newspaper advertising account- 1,633.228.rl: t SUBSCRIBE TO THE CITIZEN 20c 'i a wee ut"

that applies, we imagine to most of us. ing for than $500,000,000. 1 1"C ,. '..
more ;, ....,.. ", .. ( .::r..;:: <>. $1.888.235.79 fJ' tr(
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j :w"' ?' ... ,G t ; ...\ J Julian Langner Explains
\. ., Today's HoroscopeS
I t. I. .... Today'sAnniversaries. Matter Qf Establishing

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A RAPID-FIRE ROMANCE BY.CYAN EVANS r a proper training this day

SPORTSDOINGS .... . .I I will turn out a powerful nature.
(Continued from Page One
STXOPS1S: Tin emerald crown his spurs but after the second Jump If the mind should become perverted )
0' O..r Lady *a. t,*. .total by 162G-Madame de Sevigne famous I require time and study to select
he was pulling leather like a ten4er- J
| however, the impulses will
tics goiernor of the rorUc and French letter-writer bom. ,
Crocker Palatal :gona to tka4trotl foot caught in a boree! -storm. lead to extreme viciousness and the committee and he would be
Mexican bandit, Malta Died April 17, 1696. I II |
Kubrlr, tor heir in recovering. This was a tornado. It rushed as finally to deliberate lust. Parents prepared to name the members
But Rubric tayt that Montana, though it would tear down the fence.It -- I I
should endeavor thechild's
"El X..f in i/tsico it the only !| to train within a few days.
turned as though it would bore a ,1756-Aaron Burr soldier of j
man tcko could kelp kirn tlontano I j mind into proper channels, Those at the meeting besidesMr.
hole through the ground. And Tombstone the Revolution U. S.I i
it about te marry tht wealthy Rut.lA""IIt
I until it becomes
| able choose for
; ha it alto about to breabAU sailed out of the saddle sidewise > Senator from New York, 3rl Vice I II !, to Langner were: Mr. Malone

.n tka fromlta Lover not? f'otU'46 to rida. wild lOai mart out He struck the corral soil AROUND THE GOLF imps BASKETBALL AT I I President, tragic figure of Ameri-I itself. j Frank Brown, F, F. Hoffman

JtubHj tart north to tea "I.... raised a dust struck it again and 'can history born at Ralph Finder W. W. Demeritt,

Chapter Five lay limp and still :J. Died on Staten Island, N. Y.. '' born in Patrick Co., Va. Mortally Harold Ballou. C. E. Smith.

Three nooses settled over the neck (By GRAVY) SCHOOL FRIDAY I Sept. 14, 1836.i :{i wounded I on battlefield dying inI Nathan Nile, Fred Dion, C. C.
BRONCHO BUSTING of the mare and held her as she triedto II I ___ i I Richmond Va.. May 12, 1864.j Symonette Bernard Waite, J.
The handicap tournament at the Timotheus Pittman and few oth- _
I I Ii |I _
ia get at the fallen rider and savage Otto Klrchheiner Wallace B.
Dow the corral. Tombstone local I ffolf course'i'is showing up ers. Believe when give I i i 1785-(150( years ago) Eliza-j I 1838
him. Some one crawled under the me you a -Henry Irving English Kirke W. R. Porter Joe Ca
Joey .;walked>. backwards and fence and dragged Tombstone to some of the)fellows: who thought; I guy six or seven strokes you have KEY WEST TEAM TO BATTLE :, beth Patterson Bonaparte the actor born. Died Oct. 13, 1905. brera, Dr. II. C. Galey A. R. Mil-
looked over tbe mare. Now that he safety. Some one else emptied a can they could-give strokes and still : Maryland belle who married aj I I II I _
to play the best of life WITH PONCE DE LEON AGGREGATION I I ler Frank O. Roberts, Thomas
lad snubbed her against the post teen over the upturned face of Tomb beat a half-dozen other playersall I game your i I brother of the great Napoleon, i i j 18 Jonathan P. Dolliver, Wm'tmarsh, Wm. Monsalvatge. J.
other stone. After a while he breathed. put together. "Papa" Russell in order to come anywhere near OF MIAMI i born in Baltimore. Died there{I II ;I noted Iowa congressman and Senator
men were blindfolding her. Watkins
Frank Roberts ,
'' Roger
Then he stood up. "She foxed< me Kerr seems to be the only one so to winning. April 4, 1879. born near Kingwood, W. Va.
working on bridle and saddle. Ran that time bat I'll get; her the next: far who has polished off the op- I I'I' Died at Fort Lodge, Iowa Oct. John R. Costar and Carl Brvtldi. -

some the gray-headed ranch foreman try" he saId.Ransome. position. Last Sunday during their There won't be any matches Key West High School Conchs I 1818-William M. Evarts, famed 15. 1910. .

was in charge of this business. the foreman, said to tbe match, he put "Handsome Hor this Thursday for most of the boys New York lawyer and wit. Senator BENJAMIN LOPEZ
"What you think of her Tomb- Kid-"Well what you think?" ace" away in moth balls but Horace I are going to be too busy trying to will play.Ponce de Leon High and cabinet officer, born inI I 1 1e

stoner asked Ranaome. "She's a sweetheart" said< the fays he was thinking about win either that cup or gold medal.I I School Cavaliers of Miami, at the Boston. Died in New York, Feb. I e jBumsteadsWormSyrup; FUNERAL HOME

"Halt dynamite and half wildcat Montana Kid. something else, anyhow. Maybe I I ( wonder if the medal IS gold local high school gym Friday I' 28, 1901. I "To children an anti.of merry." 'W11tr. Established 49 Year*
said Tombstone. "She's too pretty to He eased himself down from the about the next trip to Biltmore, II was under the impression that night. 1.," iirorttMW. ore feU...... IT NLYKH Key We.. OW..t
PAIL> Drapite rcUv
fence. The side of the fence he was M sad e..r.uae..e.l
be good. eh Horace! it was against the law to even The Cavaliers started their basketball I 1832-John B. Gordon, Confederate ; SANTUMN. ft motalM f.ll lUM.Uood 24-Hour AmbntaBce>> Service

Said the Montana KId from the on They was the were inside.snubbing the Ii I I have a gold tooth these days. Personally season with a bang easily I''. lieutenant-general Georgia; I i 1 .r br litr_i1.:yur 6..'m* tnt.bottle.M44 .LalaaM.I LIceateJ EmbalmerFhoB
fence: "You don't hitch on to a close up to the post again. "Pious" Willie had to give i I'd as soon have the gold winning their first 3 games. Re- [ Senator and governor born inI I I 1:00&: C. --. \" .."',,"- M. -J_ Pan.ddotJa 135 Ni.bt 696-W

streak of lightning and ask Is it Ransome grabbed Montana's arm. Lewis Pierce about 14 strokes but 'medal as a cup-it's easier to put cently, however they lost to Mi- Upon Co., Ga. Died at Miami .. .

good. You ask how far it'll take yon." "Look out." he said."Don't yon boa he still tame near coming out on I in a hockshop.Two ami High Miami Beach and Lake I Fla., Jan. 9, 1901. i
Tombstone turned sharply aroundto damn fool. Keep away from temp. top but it is understood that Worth by close scores. The above !

rebuke the speaker. Then he saw tation." "Slim" was getting ready to help I Sams would like to have mentioned teams are considered 1833-James E. B. Stuart not! STEAMSHIP Co.

that it was the Kid. and instead of "Daddy" Berlin Sawyer when the I another Thursday match. They probably the strongest in the dis- ed Confederate cavalry leader. P & 0
answering he rubbed his Jaw.slowly trict and it is understood the i 1 UNITED STATES FAST
THE Kid looked down at Ran- time came to romp all over Butler I feel like eating a few victuals, '
as_though he.J1ad..beeILhlUhere ', harid. Ra some took it (I & Hogeboom, et al. singing a few songs and maybe Ponce de Leon team will come to ward named Walker ranks fourth MAIL ROUTES FOR

a day. away taking a little sip of beer. All of I Key West Friday bent on chalkingup i place and it appears that the invincible p I j I FORT>> TAMPA HAVANA=WEST INDIES
The Kid'dId not em11e:
IHs bro'flJ, .
handsome face.remained perfectly t -- V Capt.. Curry Harris of the that goes to make up a jolly time. another victory in their favor. defense of the Conchs in '!L Effective April 27.. 1933 .

calm but as he stared at the mire Divot Diggers bunch met his The only thing is you. must! never They boast one of the best cen- I past games here will have a tough Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays and'Fridays, 12:20
ters in the district in Joe Richards time holding down these scoring.] .
the blue of his eyes burned paler Waterloo as did Sammie Harris eat too much or sing ,too, ,manysongs { I
I who ranks third place in scoring aces. \ Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays
and brighter continually. He pushed r 'the Budwei!'ers Friend" and also --. 'n "" .
.", I honors Miami I I The Friday night will begin 9:00: ) A. M.Leave.
compiled by a pa- game
his hat back trim his forehead and _. .
,West for Port ;
-- -- Key Tampa Wednesdays and
per recently for six games. He at 7 oclock as a tibmber of .

7 i ........................1 is lead 10 points by Iverson. forward -I:i I! the pep team members will par- days 6:30P, M.
s NO DIAMONDBALLGAME Ticket, Rc,erraton. and Information a', Ticket Office Saw-I
of Miami High, and three I I I ticipate in the Cabaret to be held
FOLLOWING Deck 'Pbo. 71
II points by Warren forward.of Miami at the Coral Isle Casino soon after !
I J. H. COSTAR. ..
LAST NIGHT Beach. A Ponce de Leon for-!. the game. .

THROUGHBy .- .- .- - ...-


........................ The diamondball game scheduled -
for last night at Bayview Park
I was wrong when I said in my was called off owing to the bleak
last article that the baseball situation weather.

was cleared up. I think it is No other games will be played
getting worse and worse every IRELIABLE FIRMS
until the weather becomes more I
suitable for putting on these contests -

L/ according to announcements I
Sunday the Pirates were to play made today. I

the Sluggers and they failed to i
Now ........................1
put a team on the field. fc Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
rome of the players want to play

with the other clubs. I sincerely CLASSIFIED 5 5

think this is the best that can ...................................ese..sSeSSS..t....................................e..t

happen for with three good clubs!,I COLUMNPERSONALS

a real baseba'l: league will result.i V PLANTS, FLOWERS, \ DELICIOUS : HEADQUARTERS FOR : SWEET CLOVER J

__ I .a.ee... CAKES andPASTKltb.
Tombstone sailed' out of the 'saddle. : CONDENSED MILK
Suppose the Stars get Casa A. PERSONALS ,
-We'll Just have a look-see." said and M. Acevedo Mayg and with IfeS *":
Cocoanut each BSBf ASIC
Plants FOR IT
_' rib the Kid. what they have now they will have HELEN, Encourage Bob to chew : AT YOUR :
% tr.! __ "You been and promised Miss a good club. I Wrigley's Juicy Fruit AFTER Hibiscus Plant, each 10c.25c ffi** f , Fishing Tackle, Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

A1wa' Ruth!" said &nsome. huskily. EVERY MEAL. It provides that I Bougainvillea Red or Pur- : J SfiV and FilmS S.
-,'J\... "Did J!" said the Kid. absently. necessary chewing which our pie sac to $i.oo : and weight as
The will let's i vV"flsi +JrV) : Watches and S other
Tropicals Diamonds higher
lIe walked around the front Of the get, soft foods of today lack. Irene. II Plants 1'00 : priced condensed
Poinsettia SOe to $
showed the blue-black of sleeked mare and looked Into her eyes. She say, Carbonell, Pena and the players -' feb6-ltx : j /J I Jewelry I mitk.i .

hair. lie was so dark that he looked was quiet The only thing she had on the club at present will en- i I Croton each .. 25. J R Watch and Jewelry I: -DISTRIBUTED BY-

almost like a Mexican. Only, in mo learned was the burn of ropes and able them to get some place. STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS, Turks Cap, each ....-- 25c tfSLff P *

ments of excitement the blue! of his she did not fight Not outwardly. The -- AND INDIGESTION victims, I Roses dozen ,.-.,...-. $1.20 ; Our Re.dy.to-S. e Cake... : RepairingSouth : JRUJILLO BROTHERS
eyes turned bright and pale. He was devil quiet In her. waiting. relief
was could why suffer! For quick
The Sluggers probably and Pastries !
like the mare-big, but with sinews Some one said from the fence have the same team and still be get a free sample of Udga I Florida are always ri FRANK JOHNSON : WHOLESALE GROCERY

and proportions that made him look -He could handle fire but not that ready to take on all comers. Tablets, a doctor's prescription, I Nursery ? Maloney & .
swift and light fire." at Gardner's Pharmacy.febG7. : PKoB 597 Catherine St. : PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bldg. : DW Io. and TboaiaiS Street*
"This here streak. said Tomb- Another man said: "What's her .
stone "it'll take you far, all right; name? What you gunny call her. So you see, dear fans, we now 27x : ............................................... e..e..t...e.SS..e...e.ee........................

It'll take you to bell but it might Montana!" have three good clubs. ; SELECT SEA FOODS :

leave you there." "You better call her before you're ;' PLUMBING HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
The Kid tapped the ashes from dead said another. The Stars will have Griffin J.wl", 2 .Iba. 3Se | INSURANCEYenowtail !

his cigaret and made no answer. His "Her name's Sally" said the Kid Ca a and Martinez. The Sluggers, WANTED TO RENT-An cut- : Steak 2 Ibik >> 35c .
eyes were on the mare.: She was wait- gently. lie smiled beautifully at the Bethel and Lucilo the Tropicals
; board motor boat by the -week i Yellowtail oa Bone, 2 Ib.. 25c : : Office 319 Daral Street
log patiently submitting to the :
men on the fence. lIe Included them Wickers. Salinero D. Navarro and rate and kind. Advise Box L, DURO PUMPS
darkness that enveloped! her eyes all In the gentleness of his glance. Sanchez. With those batteries of Citizen. feb4-3tx : Cro.per, 2 1U. 25c ./
muffled her thought And yet there They feared him so much that they close games should be galore. : Spappr, 2 Ib*. ..,. fie PLUMBING SUPPLIES
was danger In her patience. almost hated him but because they TELEPHONE NO. 1
; HELP WANTED M ttoa Fish, 2 Ibi 2ScLarf S
The Kid knew it. lie kept tasting loved him. also, no man smiled back
Behind the plate the Sluggers
her strength and ber speed as he '. Select Oyster : PHONE 348 S
her !
"Why call Sally asked Ran- *
Griffin Tropical Joe WANTED-Men 135 Ibs., 5% i
would have ,
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had tasted them since ,
day when some. the foreman. w : -THE- : Your UeU At
Navarro Stars, Albert Rodriguez. ft., 21-45. with clean record, FRESH. SHRIMP :
&l f h*, started wltn many.,men on ber : v -I knew a gal caljql; ) SaJyjjnce,7said } ; ,(,1/ ; can qualify at once,for a $I 1$ : S '
I tr lr. The length oHbartrail bad the Kid. : I KIn tl fuh Mackerel r ?:* ': lmdnico Rettaurant \
A .caBled tt1e thIrd pcitpoitonncof kfa\ "Did'she loot'like1 1'\narer* At-first: Sloggers Ingraham;I government job. Economic Research .. PORTERALLENCOMPANY .' ': -. t
Castellano Write" Box E FREE PROMPT DELIVERY JOHN C. PARK Bd 1eiItr' B.... .
; Bureau I
1 mar.GI4twl! Knuth Leer:. yJ a at . asked Jlansome 0 t Tropical Penal: or : : : iri --

I '"pHE bridle! and the saddle' were .arddfad."She wore like this black ode!\silk said stockings the Kid.all Stars, F. Acevedo.At f r care of Citizen. \l .f.eb6tlii IS'LOWE FISH COMPANY : :' .' .: Sly Cart. Di.at, __ 7-;W.. STr7 ..

'A E. Al-!FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES PHONE 151 ---.------.- .SO ? ,, .
-O adjusted.. Tombstone mounted gently... ',.1 second Al. Acevedo, I 328:.SIMONTON. ST. : : : .

gingerly. Many falls had taught him Tombstone Joe was fitting. himself bury and C. Garcia for Stars, WEEKLY and ....................... ......................s........................:.....................eeI
shameless! caution: Tie almosractetflike $15 your own
carefully into the a ddYe. Montana Sluggers and Tropicals, respec
a man afraid. said. "Watch her. Joe." dress FREE for demonstratinglatest I Our Reputation u WrapAARON :
Attention Housewives!
"Let her go he said, quietly. "Who the hell Is giving me advice lovely Fashion Frocks.No .
The bandage from her eyes the ?' asked Tombstone. Armando Acevedo Castillo and eanvass-in No investment. I ped in every package : S38 Fleming Street ::To see the PRETTY GIFTS J a.

rope from her neck were Instantly Something hit the ground slither. I John Navarro at third; Peter Cas Write fully. Give !size and color : and NOVELTIES at J
disengaged. And the mare shot at ins; sidewise plowing up the dust Cates and Carbonell at preference. Fashion Frocks, of : / : We are now offering 3
the sky. With the last flopping turn it appeared *tro.short in same order Stars, Sluggers Dept. S-5841, Cincinnati, Ohio.feb61tx. I : f : THOMPSON'S FREE grades of
Nobody rpoke. They had all seen as the body of a man. The : >tl! Wate b 11
an infinity of horse-breaking, but clothes were white with dust The and Tropicals. PRINTINGDONE Doctor : MARINE MUSEUM .

this was not the same thin:. They face was black with It I LOST I : AMERICAN COFFEE
stiffened on the fenceposts. They Up on the veranda the girl I In right, Mayg. Hale and Rue- BY US "n \ 324 Margaret StreetS ,

,looked with great eyes, seeing and screamed but no one turned to look !da center Gabriel Gopher and LOST-Pocket book between Things that your friends! will : -at-

but the mare looked like Beauty and because Tombstone was on the and Dick Navarro, respectively for glasses and various articles : : : AND ENGRAVER them. : 2Sc 20c and 15e Ib.
the man looked like the Beast and Tropicals. besides Owner : Your next Crab Din- ,
ground. sprawling The cry caaao Stars. Sluggers some money. ARTMAN PRESS See Him For Your Next Work Lobster :
lie was a frightened Beast There from her when she saw Montana particularly desires return of :nor will be much more debefous .

was no pretense of the dashing,cava- leave the fence as a puma leaves a Three good clubs.LEGALS. glasses. Finder may retain ev- :: ALL PRICES REDUCED :ff it is baked and served lu our ; STAR COFFEE MILLS

;Jler ride which a cowpuncher tries bough for a kill I erything else as a reward. Ad- Citizen Bldg.PHONE : Hoar 9 to 12-I to 6Open : Giant Scallop or Heart Seashells :
.,to show at a rodeo. Tombstone (Copyright mj, Bun 4 Brothfri) dress B. R. V., care of I : :[ ; 512 Greene gt Phone 355
started that Citilen.1 51 Saturday Nights ;
way.sitting straight up, : :
raking the mare fore and aft with morrow.There I Is one lets wild mare, to- I IN .\>ll FOIL MOMtOE CorNT\. f .................*.....:...............SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5SS5........................ $
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e born at Ypsilanti Mich. 57 TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
Today's Birthdays;. ago. Having All Creditors Claims and or All Demands I'.UOQ sheets, 75c. The ArtmallMISCLLANEOUS Press S PLAZA MOUNTED FUNERAL HOME

....................5.a.. Against< Said Estate: hereby ang7 S J CECIL, GRAY Royal Palm Ice Cream n
t Eldridge R. Johnson of New You and each of you are If p. are accustomed ..

R. AValton Moore of Fairfax, Jersey founder of the Victor I claims notified and and.'tit'maftdSIII'h required to present yen.any or S dining at'1aoIDC. ,.. will had : TAXIDERMIST o DlrailW, s.tMt14 A" Nor lU#.

Va.. ssistant secretary of state Talking :Machine Co. born at I either of you. may have 'Klnt
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born here 7fi years ago. ; the estate of Medford R. Kellum. CASH PAID for used furniture. THE PLAZA a novel and .* e, eoart..F BARBECUES of all kind
Wilmington, Del., 68 years ago. Sr. deceased late of Monroe County I 1013 Southard street. '
\, -- I i Florida to the Hon. Hugh Cuan.! J..U experieac. Fine Work At a Reasonable -;' :
!I at I jan7-lmox : D.lTeut J SaB wlek.. a
County JudKe of Monroe EMBALMER
V.IS.| Senator Robert M. uFol-; LICENSED
t 1 I Ramon Novarro. screen star, his office! in the County Courthouse
lettej Jr., of Wisconsin born at In Monroe County Florida, withineight I BICYCLESWE e> ': :
in Mexico 36 years ago. the .
Jladilon. 40 years ago. I I IJ I calendar months I :
date of the first publication PHONE 2 0 h"--c.
: ]I I All claim and demands not hereec'l RENT by the Hoar Day or : :
D''. Ernest Gruening. headingth Dr. Andrew C. Crommelin, famous ented within the time and '. Week Repair all makes and .BOB'S BARBECUE
/ Division of Territories and English astronomer! born manner prescribed herein shall b* Nu-EnameL We 801 Fleming Street :..- LADY ATTENDANT :
t law. paint them with L. N.; .
70 barred as provided by WilU ft! If. ... StrMt
Iflind Possessions, born in New years ago.President Dated January 23. A. D. 1135. carry a full supply of parts.i < .

Yqrk City, 48 years ago. I IDA JAMES KELLUM J. KELLUM.< SHAW Agent for the Rellfast Bicyclesand : KEY WEST, S4S N. !.SI .r :. Cub Service :
/ -:..-- Ricardo:; Jimenez Oreai As Executors of the Last Will and sell them as low as $1.00 I :, '. ;, .
I Prof Walter B. Pitkin of New i I muno of. Costa Rico born 76 Testament of Medford R. Kellum per week. J. L. Stowers Music I '. .lIII.I"j
/York Sr. eeased. / I/lI'l : LIrII//IitII > .
psychologist and author.:years ago. Jan:3-30i r b<-13 Company janl8-lmo .
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:x: SOCIETY : : GUESTS ABOARD SCHOOLSTUDENTSFIVE ..a.........aa.saaaa."- ..".-....... SLEEP TRY THIS
NOW RECOVERINGCaptain Nervous people should drink
Anibal Armayor left I ,
i yesterday Mrs. Hector Reyes, who was
water at bedtime with
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress WAGNER YACHTEARL afternoon on a short business trip spending a while with relatives I delicious a spoonfulof
to Miami. I Vinol (iron tonic).
'PHONE 752-J SETS AT SEALEY MEM in Key West left yes- i Nerves relax sound sleep follows.
terday for her home in Miami. I IMr Ted Canova, who was
.....................................a.....e..... ORIAL SCHOOL IN TALLAHASSEE Claude Albury. chief of the immigration injured in an explosion on the ; Vinol) gives new pep strength.

CARROLL AND JAS. LAR bureau in Key West,"re- !. J. A. Griffith, who was the Tender Tortugas near Fort Jefferson Oriental Pharmacy.
Key West Woman's Club Holds turned yesterday from an official
RIMORE COME TO CITY THIS guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Aldrich Sunday, is on the road to
visit to Miami to attend a session
Interesting Session YesterdayA MORNING; MAKE TRIP ON of United States court. day afternoon for several for weeks, left yester- recovery.At KEY WESTCOLONIAL
her home in
(II7 Associated Press) I the Marine hospital it was HOTELIn
PLANE' TALLAHASSEE Fiat:, Feb. G.Sealey learned this morning that he wasj I
:Mrs. Lovick who ,
meeting of the Key West Lankford, Mrs. A. Pastorini Mrs. ,. Ley was -. doing nicely
Memorial and
', School here : spending 'a' short time with Mr. was resting asj i the Center of the Business
Woman's Club was held yesterday[ William R. Warren Mrs. O. S. Rev. J. A. Sabourin, D. D., of I easily as can be expected. :
Long, Mrs. II. Mrs. has five sets of twins among its Ley purser with the P. and O. S. St. Boniface. Manitoba and Theater District ,
Illingworth, Canada, i The
captain suffered
afternoon at the Clubhouse on: Earl Carroll widelyKnown S. in Miami, returned! a com- j
I Charles Wardlow, Mrs. M. E. theatrical producer students. There were six sets until -II company and Rev. E. Daignatrlt, of Valley- I pound fracture and dislocation of
'Division btreet with Mrs. G. N.! and especially i yesterday. : First Cla
Berkowitz, Mrs. R. F. Lord Mrs. noted for the elaborately gorgeous: l a few weeks ago when Howell field, Canada are now enjoying a i 1 the left foot and ankle and an in- -
Goshorn, president of the club i A. M. Hewett Mrs. James Roberts productions of this "Vanities; ," arrived and Albert Messer moved with 1 I visit in Key West. They will leave I( complete fracture of the right leg. | Sensible Rates
presiding. 1!! Mrs. J. J. Trevor Mrs. William by amphibian plane this their to Marianna. Johnny Cates left yesterday afternoon on Saturday night. I''
The meeting opened in the| Brown Miss M.V. Clark, morning in with James parents for Lower Matecumbe to I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
company I I t'I I
I There is
; only one girl among join his father, who is employedby
usual manner, after which reports:I: Mrs. Frank Delaney, Mrs. McCall Larrimore, secretary of the Miami Eugene Wilson, who was in Key r; Garage Elevator
the twins. She is Florence Griffin, the Crossland Fish company. I
submitted from the Pate, Mrs. Charles Mrs.
were various Roberts
Beach Rod and Reel Club and Captain West recently visiting his uncle \JlSlIED Ii'
committees revealing an interesting -i!I IV. A. Johnson Mrs. Ralph Rus. 14, whose brother is Lawrence { ; Popular Prices
J. Phillips, owner of the I and aunt Mr.\ and Mrs. Paul Lum-, 'SA i 1
month's activities. j I[I sell, Mrs. L. II. Plummer bits plane. : Griffin. They are the oldest of the Willam '"assie. machinist with ley, and other relatives and left 5 AT BORDEAUX .100 I i i"I'oItItf.JamOlIJ

J. C. Gekeler pastor of the I'I p I'Harry Shaw, Mrs. C.V.. Reynolds As soon as the flight was completed -I' school's "twin family." Othersare I the lighthouse department in Key for his home in New York, returned -1 I
First Presbyterian Church of Key Mrs A. D. LuethS. Mrs. E. I West, left yesterday afternoon
and the aircraft resting on : I yesterday and expects to remain I FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
West addressed the club on Civic i J. Bayly Mrs. J. C. Key, MissMae the water in the sub the visi- for Boca Grande to regulate the indefinitely.
I base !: James and George Butler, six light on one of the buoys in that t.
Pride 'handling his subject in an Hill, Mrs. Jack Gaiti, Mrs. tors welcomed
were on board the
inspiring and interesting way.' II. Costar, Mrs. John F. J'i Yacht Paula Louise by Comma years old; Lamar and LeRoy Clem-j vicinity. est Colds NUYENS NEW YORK

New avenues of thought were Mrs. James Adams. Mrs. dore Frederick Wagner, owner of mons, six; G. C. and R. E. Stana- 1-
opened up for the members con-:'! F. Archer Mrs. James Cormack, the yacht, whose guests they are land seven; and Ross and Ros- Robert Dill, FERA administrator ....Best treated !'
cerning new efforts in behalf of I II Mrs. Harriet Watrous. Mrs. Clif for the day, and Miss Inez Fes- coe Graves, 11.PUNISHED. in Tampa, who was on a brief ,and BOSTON
the city, and the splendid addresswas I ford P. Meyer Mrs. Frank H. ser, the commodore's secretary. visit to the local administration '; COifillALS'offi
concluded with some beauti-' Ladd Mrs. Alfred DeBarritt, After partaking of light refresh- FOR ACT officials, left yesterday by plane iSi1 tll .f/titilffd I From Key West alternate Friday

ful and very appropriate verges.J Mrs. F. W. Knapp Mrs. F. H. ments following the trip, the visi- for Miami and from there will! go From New York alternate Tuesdays -
Mr. Cekeler's talk was followed* Reuter Mrs. C. W. Goethe, Mrs tors left with their host for the BROOKLYN-For leaving their by automobile to Tampa. STAINLESS now, if you prefer I Ir .A lf :YoJtN 'I

by a social hour during which tea! Frederick Ford, Mrs. J. C. Geke- Marquesas\ for a day's fishing in horses exposed in a storm, Wil- 1 The same malrhlr quality I|I From Boston alternate Saturday

and other refreshments were J.ier. Mrs.\" Hugh Taylor Mrs. ,waters:..\I Inch their host justly!! liam Levine and Giacomo Pulesof Andres Lopez, of Tampa, who f liqueurs as produced 1 iu llorM I I Al.FR: OIU.KANS! 1e KEY \\...ST'I
served. The March meeting,/! Ernest Wheeler, Mrs.'. Eola Swice- i claims-are-productive 'of-.the best this city were sentenced to gas at one time deputy United PALACE, I. ,dfaux..at "duty free frier. .
which will be in of the good Mrs. Charles ;' Mrs. States marshal in West .- ""*'* .. Ask dealer for MJYE Allrr.ale'ed.e.daya Arrive
charge Falk i fishingto.be found anywhere stand coatless in a cold rain for Key arrived John Wayne i irt,,' : ''' your 'I her \\'..t arc-e.. day '.".wt-..
Fine Arts Department of ;-the'Louie Anklet, Mrs."Dan Navarro ;1ig visited the Paula fifteen minutes. yesterday from Miami where v ] % C'4tned lenthe.ea..a..TripleSe
Thl1lG n ,., andotbera.
club promises to be of unusual\1! Mrs. W. C. Duncan, Mrs. Andrew i Louise and was told by, Miss Fes- : : l'f: :;'ttending a session of I STAR PACKER .....:.SeastpricotBrandy.:a.DORP a: co.. -. &>'. .4.*M> CLYDE-MALLORY.
interest. 1! :Miller! :Mrs.! Edwards Mrs. Ben- ser that since Commodore' Wagner BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING Unitgd, . .
Among those attending yesfer-j hmi iiJ rrfrqrl nand CNffi'"J a had decided to make Key,West the WORKS. 514 MARGARET<'i'ST, vjshV'to.:his family will leave tonight 1 Matinee: 10-15c; Night: )0-20c 0 .C. C. SMITH AKCBt.'
dav's,meeting were Mrs. J. F.r Trev51. v. iu \. btl I Ijome{ port of the yacht: he had issued PHONE 152-M. d ;c20 for his home. .l J r Key West

.... __ number
!,! 1 ; : .' : a of invitations to
his friends to come here and enjoy -
Rhumba Number To Be FeatureOf real sport.It .
I is expected that this will be

Cabaret Show Friday EveningA but the first of a number to be LOADFT
made by friends of the
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dore. Miss! Fesser said.
touch of the Latin influence I be a sensational one beyond ethers are expected before the end

will be seen in the Cabaret Show 1 i doubt. of the season. I

to be held Friday night, this in'!' There are several other promising An enthusiastic and very suc- I
youngsters whose performances cecssful! angler. Commodore Wagner
the person of little Miss ElgalRamos I' are looked forward to with is never happier than when-I

who is very definitely,, interest and anticipation, notabeamong he is with a party of friends and
what is called in the profession"a these being Miss Theresa fish are striking fart and furious,
natural." !| Sullivan, whose tap dancing has which is practically always the case IN OUR TRUCK

Her dancing and singing are 1 already created widespread inter at the Marquesas. I MAKE THIS
est. She will be seen in several 1 :Many! fine specimens have been
truly remarkably fine, her stage numbers of the Cabaret Show. taken by the commodore and
presence all that could be asked,I I The copy of the program furnished friends. Deserving special mention I

and young Miss Ramos herself a;,I the writer is as interestinga I was a barracuda caught by Ernest

strikingly delightful little thing thing as has come under her eye Schmitz. representative in the FT] ONTHEJOBTEST _... ... y. ..
with undeniable talent. Her num.I for quite some time and promisesan United States of German railroads ;
bet "The Rhumba," in which she evening of high classed and I and Spanish mackerel ':**v<.=.:.:..:,>>:"&,''$::*."*>>*> ::: ... 5b 't. ' ,
will be assisted by Miss Doris' almost unparalleled entertain :I caught several weeks ago by Com- .:" =:. "" "

Burchell and Gerald Pinder, will ment. ; modore Wagner which was declared *""",.:, YS

I the largest ever caught in & '

B; -En-tert i-; these waters. ,9 ;:::
I Dr. And Mrs. I :..::.d.:.::::." i/l'1'H'

At Casa Marina Last Night I J. SMITH,DIES COLORED THIS MORNINGJ. .: .. ,2 J % fORD'W -r

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W. Smith, colored, choir : '. :
Dr. and Mrs\ John
private dining rooms of leader at the Trinity PresbyterianChurch t: :..... DtU
Brown of Columbus :::
Ohio lOH
andguests Casa Marina.A' \ died this morning at 4 +'w..... .

at dinner at Casa last night Marina Mr., entertained and Mrs.!I Chinese centerpiece of the rare o'clock.lie t.) ''eels O l+ 9.ul\\
Sphat Soda furnished a .. I-I
is shown to have been one .,
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Russell Johnson, also of Columbus note of exquisite beauty and I of the outstanding active workers ';' ) f////: ___ WRDUR -
end who are members of the Oriental color to both the dinner in church circles. .:.; .,
Key West winter colony having and the preceding party. > $'
spent several winters here in the Guests at the party included : /
!<''' Jy .
past. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stuart, of UnsrComplexions :: .:.j'
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Preceding: the dinner Dr. and Newark New York; Dr. and Mrs. ..
:Mrs.! Brown graciously entertaineda George F. Glass and Mrs. W. 11. 0':1 .r
number of pufj-ts at a private Pratt, of Cleveland, Ohio; Mr.
dinner party, during which delicious -' and Mrs. Edwin Thanhouser of muddy-looking, blotchy and .- -
refreshments were frerted. Sands Point. Long Island; Man red-relieved and improved
This party was neld in one of the ager and Mrs. Peter Schutt. with safe medicated: Resinol. '

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Coral Wheel Club t! SERVICE TONIGHT I MONROE O'Brien-Anna THEATERPat Dvorak inI : j&4 al'V aa": :" t dV_ _


I) BAPTIST CHURCH I IAn Claudette Colbert and Fred .. :
The Coral Wheel Club of Key I 'I McMurray in I y
We.st last evening held their THE GILDED LILY I

business meeting at the home of ; annual roll call"serice will Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orche- '
Mrs. Louise Auxier on, Dural t tea, 15-20c; Night 15-2Sc
be held' tonight 'at. the First flap 1 ,
street following which, with Mrs. I ..
Church. II. 1. .
t. II /I pt
Auxier, Alias Mary Falk and Miss CASA 'MARINA t 'I. y'Aa.
I The idea of the service, it i is .
f "'r', .
Dorothy Clearc acting as hostesses stated, is first of all to celebrate Key Wett'. Hotel De Luxe yNF'4

they had a delightful rideji!the 92nd anniversary of the organization American Plan There is one sure way to prove exchange privileges-such as a

around the Boulevard. I of the church, 1842. It will zoo Delightful Rooms, each the ability and of and fuel that
a generator
A fire was built at a chosen {also be something of with Private Bath economy pump,

spot and a dinner with the Cuban| service for the splendid a thanksgiving record- Evening Dinner ........__ $2.00 truck. That is by actual test with materially reduce maintenance

arrote con polio as the main dish i! 11 Luncheon ................._._ 1.50
was prepared. Refreshments and!I i 'of things accomplished last year. Afternoon Tea .............._ .50 your own loads, over your regu costs.Don't
drinks were served with the dinner It will also be "Get
all much j, a Acquainted or a la Carte lar routes, with your own driver fail to test these trucks
enjoyed the
mem. service .
i that will help to reenliatthose .
bers Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with the wheel. . ...
present. I who have not been altogether Casino at Forward load a..atalsel6y tine on your own ob. Let your own
These froat.yr4s ahead of axle ami wevtac v-a engineforward
fresco suppers weekly of meetings the Coral and Wheel all,| ,the identified past with the work during Masseur in Attendance We invite this test that you improve* operation:threuclievt.The experience show you why the
Club are always enjoyable and I The meeting will have its social PETER SCHUTT, Mfr. may know the power, economy, 1935 Ford V-8 Gives You All 1935 Ford V-8 truck is by far the

forward delightful to things by its, rapidly much increasing looked-I side a in general the way good of time.refreshmentsand convenience and flexibility of the These Advanced Features best truck the Ford Motor Com.

membership list. CARD OF THANKSTo 1935 Ford V-8 truck. 'New-a@ngla..lab80fuUh..power Forward Load Bfotrlbutlon pany has ever built-more than

Enjoyable LobsterS The Ford V-8 truck for 1935 New Fall-floating stronger rear front axle axle ever-America's Great Truck .:

Last NightMrs. those who in any way offers all the essential features Heavy duty Four cpeed transmission Value.
helped during the recent illnessand
New larger eentri-foree clutch
type ,
H. Minnick death of our beloved one the) demanded b y expenenced truck Improved eoollng Call us today for an on-your .
and Miss Natalie late Horatio C. Carey we wish tojj Comfortable>> Insulated cab i
Minnick of Ridgefield,(!j extend our sincere appreciation'i I' users. And In addition, Ford Blb-eo ole d, self centering brake job test. The results I WI 11'i :

Conn.colony, members here last of night the winter enter-i' Especially do we thank those w hoPANOPTIK], BIFOCALS offers you the low-cost Engine Ex New Torque tube and radius. rod drive you. There is no obligation, 6f\ :
[ gave the use of their cars and) No I spring.uspmsle.change
stumbling! No jumps!
tained at an informal lobster !' Plan and exclusive Truck *
supper -i' the donors of the beautiful floral 11 The correct positioning of its other Now Style course.
at their home on Washington: .
offerings. optical center makes I
street H. Emile Phaneuf and I
Leo B. febG-ltx THE FAMILY. an easy bifocal for patients to
Mr. I "get used to." Jump of image I THE for
Phaneuf. also a winter vi"i-
tor. is i Most Coughs as vision passes from the distance I
a guest Casa Marina,I
hails from Montreal, Canada and I Ii Demand Creomulsion portion into the segment FORD V-8 TRUCKS
is eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs I
i is 1
a world-wide tiaveller of note. Don't let them get a strangle] and NEW 1935
lie professes himself as being enchanted -I hold. Fight them quickly. Creo and normal steps appear in their true

with Key West its delightful -.' mulsion combines 7 helps in one. positions. ,

atmosphere swimming, its and unsurpassed other- Powerful take. No but narcotics.harmless. Your Pleasantto own DR. J. A. VALDES Universal Easy Terms Credit Through Ca,The Bore ,hOll everAmericds GreatTruckl&lue l 1 11$

Authorized FordFiaaotc Plan
rports, and has further announced druggist is authorized to refundyour Orthogoa Soft-Lite Licensee
his ) money on the spot if yourj 532 DUT Street
for the intention balance of of remaining the season.here Creomulaion.cough or cold is not relieved(adv by) )] On The Air-Ford Symphony Orchestra, Sun.Evening!-Fred Waring; Thun.Evenings::'Columbia. Network

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