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 12, 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 ( Place of Publication )


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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Proposed Legisla- CELEBRATIONPRINCIPALS In compliance with his request Death from hemorrhages of the

EVENT made on a number of occasions liver and bladder and gastric WEST TODAY TO ENTERTAINMIAMSITORS tated Over Legislation

tion HandledBy during his illness, the body of ulcers resultant from various
r William W. Beck 59 years old, Calling For Immense Ex-
TO TAKE PARTIN The Key West Philatelic Societywill will. be buried at sea. hemorrhages is the verdict rendered Dr. Robert O. Van Deusen
The deceased was a native of yesterday afternoon by the
"PIRATES OF PEN. of the leadingeducational I pendituresBy
(By AI.... Prr..) sponsor one I Baltimore. Md., but had spent coroner's jury empanelled to determine superintendent of the Fairmount
. ZANCE" ANNOUNCED' THIS winter most of his life at sea and was a II
WASHINGTON I' ) 12 -A I. events of the cause of death of WilliamR. Park Aquarium in Philadelphia PLANS COMPLETED TO MEET -
:pilot in the American Merchant 1
favorite topic of eoBT.r tioB MORNING season in Key West on March 7,j 1 I Marine. Marshall. r arrived here by train today to at- COMMITTEE OF ONE HUN-'I I HERBERT PLUMMERI
I I Members of the jury sum ( A_ ..... lrM)
Mr. Beck died Saturday in the
among member of congress, c.p.cklly the West
8, 9 and 10, when "Key II I i Marine Hospital and his body'was! moned after the body of the deceased tend the dedication of the world'sonly DRED DUE TO ARRIVE IN WASHINGTON. F k. 12.-No

ia the house, when two or Principals in the cast of "Pirater Stamp and Coin Exhibition" will I I placed with the Lopez Funeral I was brought to Key West open-air tropical aquarium KEY WEST FRIDAY: I group ia W>.binton i i. watchingmore :

more get together u to query each 'vf "'Fenzance-,"..which'is'to"be I Home to be prepared for burial Saturday, afternoon,' were: Fabip
take place. I according to the wishes'' of. the which ;.will'. take place Sunday at ______ i .keenly the stubborn. liLt
umberr0MeiUrth !. Olivieri Sumner
other a..tol the ; Sweeting GeorgeL.
staged'fierUTuesday nightf,at i' M3yor''Williami'1I}:Malone''willoixn"thn"exhibit deceased.1' l'' 1 "" .,...I. tIa."e..t"\.nr th.'ad-
Roberts 'Jefferson Adams, A. 1 p. m! I Jjr.'Van Deusen is' to 1 'Plans' were"eumpleted' damped on According" to' instructions the
Fort'Dillworth'/on; the grounda'ofFort which 'will fea-: L. Prithcard miaiatratfoa's .t,) five-biUioadolUrwork
Eugene Knowlcfc, of"Miami's
.:, funeral''home has communicated Make' the-dedicatory address. ; day for the entertainment\ -
their de.b'ecereiDI the* Townsend -
I Taylor/were'announced'tot* tune""the" 'educat nal 'and.recreational with"Coa t Guard headquarters Mr. Marshall died 'last week in One'hundred relief"tneasure'than' those
old ,''PeD.loa' plan. ; I asking: that the Cutter' Sauke,,t his boat while fishing in' the A A''number" out-of-town' 'pe"raons Committee of ..
afW! '
'Value'of the hobby of\stamp1collecting. *' 435 gentlemen ..he'eompos. thebout
day by(Adrian.".J..J D mbut.hl.gdtlf' stationed be vicinity of Boca Grandej"'Thomas,
Key West desig- In addition to Dr. Van: Deu when the group'arrives in Key
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Not .
I.-.cewt.ti. 'ha capitelhill ,
It is not generally nated as I the vessel to carry the Thompson was passing'and went .., *,t,. : ofl'repreieia'tati.ea.It. ,
'director: for'the,'production: known; President Rooseveltand to the boat to to Mr. sen-are'coming to Key West for ,
been so deluged with such an* that body of the dead mariner to sea. speak Mari West Friday. .' ',
The open-air presentation of. his cabinet members Secre- As soon as permission has been shall. When he arrived he found' the dedication of the aquarium., not merely' because they
avalanche of The visitors will
correspondent on a come by special
jpceivcd the Saukee will put him dead. aImmiediately are the other half of th. congress .
the famous which came tary of the Interior Harold L. The dedication ceremony will
proposed piece of legislation a* in opera sea and the body be consigned tOl Mr. Thompson train. The object of the visit '
from the pens of Gilbert and Sullivan Ickes and Secretary of the U. S. the depths without any religious:came to Key West and reportedthe herald the opening of what probably West from either, in the
is to
this instance. A. sin let. see Key every
many a. Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr.,
matter to Sheriff K. O. responsibility of the
is the highlight and opening ceremonial as was the request of will become one of the out- and the heading nation -
viewpoint especially sociological
ten hare been received by mem. are ardently,devoted to stamp col- Mr. Beck.BOAT. iompson who left shortly afterward -
lecting. standing places of interest in rehabilitation back on the road to recovery
event of "La Semana Alegre in Captain Luther Thomp experiment of
ben of the house from the same Already a number of the leading son's boat for the and There'. another .
the week of joy which runs scene Florida. being carried on. explanation.It
individual."I tamp aqd coin .collectors of RACE ONFEBRUARY I later returned with the body
through Sunday February 24. Key West have made their entries I Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, At a meeting, held yesterday lies in the fact that if thereare

imply am receiving a delugeof A list of the principals in the for this local event and the society 20A n .extremely interested in the aquarium presided over by William R. Porter to be changes in the bill,

these letters;," one member cast indicates that the performance is carrying on extensive pub- YACHT PLACED. ,f although unable to attend member of .the Committee of whether forced by the votes of

complained recently. "Every day is to be far from an amateurone licity work for Key West in the the dedicatory ceremony becauseof One Hundred and who extendedthe
tecl,nical press which is being read :senatorial opposition or by ad..
for of those participating ON WAYS TODAY
and in every mail from California, many all speed; boat race will be the press of congressional bus>:L invitation to them to visit Key
over the nation. Details of the
in choruses as well as in the ; ministration compromise the
exhibition will be made public ina staged Wednesday afternoon ness, has asked that a copy of Dr. West, plans and arcngements: for
and from
more recently my own principal roles had professional I
experience which will make few days SecretaryTreasurerEverett February 20, as part of the celebration Van Deusen's address be for-. the entertainment of the visitors i whole thing will be plopped
district they have been coming in of "La Semana Alegre" Yacht "Pieces of Eight," owned >
the opera production a finished L. Sawyer announced to- it announced warded to him so that it might be were completed. Mr. I'orter will squarely into their laps again.
was today. by Cjrui W. Wicker of Coco i
presentation for those planningto day.Key I put in the Congressional Record. preside at the luncheon given at It will be th *
Western who arc desirousof Many of the boats entering the. nut Grove which has been in the [ by <<{rout which
If it were mere volume attend. '
per- I showing their stamp or coin speed boat race will participate in ebumanne base for about 10 days,' Following dedication which the Casa Marina. Senator Norris, of :Nebraska is
haps members of congress The romantic lilting airs and collections or parts thereof are the moonlight regatta which was taken out on the marine railway will take place at ,the ,rear of the: Mayor William II. Malone will j'" e''

wouldn't get so "het up" about words of Gilbert and Sullivan in I invited to communicate with the scheduled for the following! islt this morning. I I aquarium so that more. persona welcome tht Visitors and the response fond of describingsjlhe "thirdhouse"

the situation. They are accusjtomed this opera which js particularly society by writing to P. O. Box The event the recreation It is said the vessel will be put will be able to attend, utilizing willj>eilmade by. Clayton of congies.the: con-.

c .to, being floodedu.Uh i .setters appropriate of production in-Key and 333. .A"land prize will be awarded -i. pat rneILofth.-Kel'Vest.* A in. rhapn< tot a cruise to ,Jamaica t;. the coconut "palm) 'p rl}adjacent' S.. Cooper got: he- Cofnni ltee' of It erence.. ,,t .:--?_t. ........,..1"".: .
West for th* -\wcal ability ministration this and in the West Indies"and One Hundred Julius .
when certain bills are up for had I during the closing ceremonies announced morn-! ports a luncheon will be served at the F. Stone; Jr.,
by some persons who have of the exhibition. ing, is open to all boats. Entries.Central America. Mr. Wicker and Casa Marina' where the idea of Florida Emergency Relief .Admin Cries Of 'Cat

consideration but it's the tone wide experience although they Quite'a few citizens have avail-t must be in not later than Feb-;his party are expected to arrive fish further will be carried out. istrator, will be the only other I The house operating..undet one
now being employed by their cor- are not well known here. 18.l within the next few days.
ed themselves of the free service rusty The menu is to be made up largely rpcaker. of the strictest rules it has had
respondents which irks them. The cast of principal characters ,rendered by the society at its headquarters -I ----, .- of seafood of one kind or The committee is scheduled to in yean..went down the line' with
Blaatoa 'Takes Floor' ,as announced today follows: ,,729 United street where another. arrive at noon. They will at once
Thus far only the fiery Tom Pirate King-A very Johnson. I a qualified expert examines I With prominent out-of- be escorted to the Casa Marina I the administration on its work

Blanton of Texas an avowed foe Pirate Lieutenant Edmund r stamps and tells the owner the approximate -:l TODAY'S WEATHER JI town visitors many here including all where a luncheon and get together ; relief plan in record time. There

of the Townsend plan, has seen Curry. 1 value of his find. Since members of the State Board of .meeting will be staged. I were cries of "gag" and what-not

fit to avail himself of the right Pirate. Apprentice George I Friday of last week no fewer than Control, many Key ,Westers are Following this will be a tour of among the representatives at' the
given members of the house to White. 21G ftamps were scrutinized.: This I II Temperature occasional rain in northwest expected to attend the luncheon.The the island with points' of interest i i i time but in the end only'78 voted
take the floor for one hour on a lajor.General-Floyd Eaddy. free feervice to the citizens of Key I portion hostess committee is mak- pointed out. This trip i is plannedfor against it.
question of personal privilege and Police Sergeant-A. E. Fisher. West' will continue until Friday of h Highest _______.-81 tonight and Wednesday; ing arrangements for the lunch- 3 o'clock. Robert Spottswood j'I The measure hardly. had reach
Lowest _._..__.__._71
discuss the matter Corporal-Frank Alvarez. this week and stamps may be The is of of the transportation committeeof ed the senate aide of the capitol
Mean ..,_. .._.... 76 eon. group composed
The Texan serving his 10th Mabel-Mrs. Janice Lewis. brought between 1 and 2 p. m. .r---- --- Mrs. William R. Warren Mrs. the administration is handling before trouble began. One senator
Especial! attention is called to Normal Mean _-70 all arrangements for transportingthe saluted it with the observation
term in thehouse, apparently has Kate-Mrs. Carl Bervaldi. Norberg Thompson Mrs. II. C. -
been getting a little more of it Edith-Miss' Emily Crosland. the fact that neither the official RainfallYesterday's Gp Galey Mrs. B. Curry Moreno and visitors to and from the Casa that the man who wrote it

than some of his other colleagues.The Isabel-Mrs. Arthur Brown. examiner nor the society will buyor I Precipitation .01 ns.f y Mrs. William H. Malone. i Marina. f"should, be hung" Others set to

Townsendites are aware of Ruth-Mrs. Eva Warner. accept as a gift any stamps Normal TklM.,rrrord Precipitation....r.*. A greeting committee also has I work to re-fashion it along their
his opposition and, according to I brought for examination. I rnJlHic Hi M .'rl.rlL Skis luvralac. been named which will serve as a GEO. B. MASSEY I own ideas.'
I Commodore Matho Fridericu', There those in
Blanton have passed the word Tomorrow' Almanac reception committee at the dedi were adamant
along to train their guns on I BICYCLE RACE Edler' und Ritter von Mietk-Liuba.t Sun rises _..' 7:03 a. m. cation. Members of the groupare their demands that a 'portion of

lie read into the him'l II. D. W.. a retired submarine and 'Sun sets ____ __ 6:20 p. m. 1 W. W. Demeritt Dr. II. C. ARRIVES IN CITY the billions be used for direct relief

statement allegedly made by Rep. I FOR MEN OVER salvage expert is the president of (( Moon rises 2:19 p. m.. r Galey Dr. William R. Warren, :. in the face 'of the President'

resentative McGroarty of Califor.nia the, fociety. He ,and Mrs von I Moon. Bets, 3:42 a. m. Partly Cloudy cow/wJveo wags ,Major W'}(\V.. Rhein Lieut. Robe! declaration that thel>government
who introduced the Town. 1\I\ tL ubt\, 'camqi<< l tof, Key 1oWtost I; Tomorrow" Tide KruegBrl"' eut/W; B. ,Ja'eksih' ?JJ AUr "must and'snail quit this,business

bend plan{ i in the,, jhouse, in which \a, taauly and have,settled i downAs. tit E, : u., ', A.II. P.M. slowly rising ,temperature 1 Walter Bainbridge; ''Leo 11.; Wa'r CE LIGHT. ofrelief_ ..:* pthpra froced elimination
he said: I.:: .X''' 1 ntar '* tlsVl( j _-. .:::-._ '1:66' <6:38ttLowI <; nesday in north portion. wed'i I ren. and Cart Bervaldt. i ING EFFECTS FOR "PI- .of sectio'ns !in the bill pro-

"Blanton might have a changeof .M,. :;, :1I3 .. 1COLORED'i'v-1-h;! '"-Ha! .n..r' ':! ;i..s.- 1:10 Moderate Jacksonville southeast, to Flonda winds{.. !, Vh( i\eID'\\l 1 a11 l : a nl C tv i ill RATES:lOAA" OF flAT PENZANCE"1 OT n1.lVJ I Ii 'riding for rt'consolidations ndIhifting'

heart and of/mind:/:: if made EVENT TO TAKE, PLACEa ON ''WOMAN,., : "'" ',bn-w 111 11:40Ilarnmeber'nt''a.'nL': southporti., freshonortheast: mats t\U \."ledicaW c .: fflAUflaJl ..YAQaUTA3 ? \ and Abolition: of govern
H ; .tS .1 mental'agencies"1 fief
10kn tM .' today: ore the fight
that he riot stand ":
aware jnjghf! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23; Sea '30.00. 'I'"'t', and east windai over, north portion ; f11\, VA tilt.t 1 ;,1 i 'Iii' tiveV: Mere*'*' ffl fce* other
lovely ( 'Wrw may .
any more chap thanjaiacfcrb. : i iI , weather. '' \ e e D OW1MQP 1O T>VA i>A. .i iI. 1 J f.* ft ',1
DEAD : ; partly overcast to- '
bit to com.e'. ;back ,lo'congress' AS PART OF COMING CELEBRATION : ,WAS FOUN0 )', night and Wednesday. i t:rty. \j u Ius F. Stone JrJFlorida 'I. George B. Masscy who la with'the changes. .
.. Lowest'; Highest Miami Chamber ol't mmerce.< In whatever shape the senate
against. the wishes and will of his .J '; Emergency Relief Ad-
constituents." !I I II I Station Last Night Yesterday East Gulf: Moderate southeastwindi !' ministrator is to preside at the I is in Key West to arrange for the and later the conference leaves

DECEASED MADE HER RESIDENCE Abilene ..__.40 42 over touth portion and moderate '' dedication. lighting effects for the production the measure it must come backto
Unkind Cuts'This I I I i Atlanta ....---1 i 42 50 eat and southeast over The aquarium was of the "Pirate?of Penzance" the house for acceptance or.,re-

statement which Blanton:: Men 50 years: of age and over AT 704 WIND. Boston .._,:...J J 6 36 north portion. : completed funds,with having relief been administration started-I next Tuesday night, jection. And, judging from what

charged appeared in California i i will have an opportunity to show I Buffalo ...._.... 12 26 with funds of the Civil Works Administration Mr. Massey celled yesterday happened before, the house probably .
caused to be let loose against him I SOR Charleston ._ _.. 46 58 Wr.ATIICU CONDITIONS : afternoon at 'The Citizen office forced to accept
; their prowess on a bicycle, as one r .
some very unkind cuts, politically.: scheduled Chicago 32 32 for a chat. During the course of Danger Of Revolt
event in the bicycle races -: -- I
He couldn't resist the oppor-. for Saturday morning February Denver _. 30 50 Pressure has. fallen over :the the conversation it was remarked There's danger in this sort 'of

tunity of letting his colleagues in, 23, of the celebration -I Late last evening the body of Detroit ._,,,.._ 20 30 southwestern' Gulf of Mexico FIVE PASSENGERS that he mast be a 100. percent thing, however, as the leaders
on some of them much to their; of "La as Semana part Alegre." : Victoria Cassassius Robinson, 60 Galveston __h-, 50 54 Browmvi'le' Texas. 29.82 inches booster for Key West. themselves admit privately. If carried ,

amusement. i.I Some tourists in the city have years "old colored woman, was Havana __ 72 with a trough of low pressure'extending -I! He replied that that was put too far-and the session
He gave names and addresses' :'tin I boastful moments made wagers found at her residence, 704 Windsor Huron .__ 28 50 northward over North ARRIVE ON PLANE ting it too mildly as he considered hardly has begun-conceivably

From Glendale, Calif., came the l I on their ability on bicycles only Lane. Jacksonville _.. 54 68 1 Dakota; while the northern high :---L himself a 1,000 percent booster open revolt may break out in the
warning "Unless you wake up The matter was reported to .46 for the Island City.
to withdraw them later. The eventa Kansas City ..-28 I pressure area i is crested over the house.
you might as well start to write week from Saturday will give all Rogelio Gomez justice of the KEY WEST 71 81 North Atlantic States, New York: ''I Five passengers arrived on the As controversial a measure as
your political obituary." A woman -, of these tourists who have passedthe peace who took charge of the Little Rock :34 44 I City 30.38 inches, and overspreads plane from Miami this morning as CAMUSISGIYEN administration's. 'W'Ort'.ltreH

in Pasadena wrote him to half century mark an opportunity body as coroner ex-officio and Los Angeles 52 70 I the country! from the middle i follows: J. K. Balhnger, W. T.! : -, pUniivift the offing-the W1atrltr
say, "Any man against the\Town I to, settle' arguments summoned a jury.,, Louisville Z
send plan is no beter than a 'bandit" ,-1: along-this.line any Members of the jury are: En-.Miami ......_h.. 72 ,, .,, 78 il region eastward. Rains have 'occurred Taylor and Floyd Eaddy. ..1 COURTHEARING ,house;: mot e'* or .T'na

i I' { TH i< >ate,is not confined to rique Mayg. Armando Acevedo Minneapolis .u._,32 ,. 34 I during the last 24 hours] Richard Principale, member of graciously; will ol Stnttt4f.fiirini"<

One from' Arcadia, Calif., Winter residents{ or visitors and I Emerito Gomez Clements Jay- New Orleans ..?.,54. ; 56 in the Gulf and' South Atlantic the orchestra at.the Casa Manna : stifled tby special; IH,: such 'rat
brought gales of laughter:: '"For one wishing to participatewho cocks Jr.. Harry Pritchard and New York _,,.,.. 16 .38 I States, except ,. in central and was the only passenger booked at Emilia,: Daily *Hyde' Camus was 'th.el1'obmitt.ed'to. oil tnvwork rest
your own good, get in touch:with any the requirement, Jack Lord. They will meet at 4 Pensacola ?__ 52 i '56 southern Florida on portions of|M noon today for the afternoon arraigned for preliminary hearing i lief, Anyone's'E eu.".j4-f. A..

Dr. ownsend." Another 'from eligible.answers age o'clock this afternoon in the officeof Pittsburgh _.,, 30., ., i 34 the Pacific coast :and in I I flight to Miami. yesterday in the, court of Peace J, "'(.,.----------'.,....;..-..',*' *'**ce

San Diego observed. "It is, >you j;t tin'Several other races are scheduled Judge Gomez to consider a St. Louis ......:._.20. ,,. :,.38 I and there has been light Arizona.j'I I Justice Rogelio Gometr a chargeof CHECK ARRIVES'LATE *

smart boys up there who say. it: for Saturday mornin All entries verdict. Salt Lake City,>. 30 , '42 show in the upper Ohio assault; and battery. '-
can't be done." must be in the publicity de- San Francisco 48 62 t I Colder weather has overspread GET TICKETS NOWfor The evidence was such as to WATER VALLER. Ky.-E.. ,G.
There were more written in the,I partment of the Key West Admin- BE CHEERFULAT Seattle ,_,. 40 52 I I the north Atlantic States with warrant the committing magis. 'Stokes of-this city: has received

i, came vein which he read. It was istration by tomorrow it was ALL TIMES! Tampa __, _. 66 78 I temperatures below zero in por- trate in placing the: accused under from a man in Clovis, N. M., a

the observation of Hoeppel of pointed out today. Washington 30 38 tions of New England; while read-,I "Pirates of Penzauce" bond of $50 for appearing at the check for $100 in payments for
; California a staunch supporter of PETER DOELGER Williston 6 48 ings are higher this morning next term of criminal court. goods old forty years ago. ,
the Townsend plan however' BEER throughout most of the South atlantic .-' '"
r Open-Air Performance
the biggest laugh. I WEATHER FORECAST and Gulf States and in the r r : .
which drew A. & A. S. R. WHITMAN'S '
Track Arrives
Will do this for you Twitfet
The Californian remarked that he extreme upper Mississippi Valley TUESDAY'NICHT, FEB. : '
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Keep Yourself Supplied (Till 8 ITU, Wednesday and Lake region,and VALENTINE CANDY With ' FRESHFRUITS
had Just received' a letter from WEDNESDAY FEB. 13, p. Superior are 19, :1935 large variety.of
1. one of Blanton's constituents inquiring 7:30 P. M. With 'I Key West and Vicinity: Partly above normal in most sections From 25c,to $Z. O' I .mm* VEGETABLESLewte's "
cloudy, and continued warm tonight -' the country except in the north .
CALL 620
: ; Election of Officer and PETER DOELGER moderate Atlantic I Card er'.8L---; Grocery
Il "Hoeppel, tell us when we and Wednesday; states. ,Cash
i should put the steam on Blan Smoker BEER southeast winds. c. s.KENNEDY. For' ,Information pa.rr +Ky [ 1117 Dl.iales i St. Pkee 675IEER.

i ton." l FACA 7RBL-211. Florida: Partly:cloudy, possibly I Official ia Chargf. .. '
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RELIC OF LINCOLN ....e.eee..e..e..e ***>*** *
S. Weather Bureau at New York,
'OLbe tit mtst (:ut Teachers'College, New'York,j>rof -
. I KEY WEST IN Today's Today's Birthdays ,born in Detroit 61 years,;ago. ', easor of physical education, born'-
TUB CITIZEN h d Dally PGBLIMIING Except :Sunday,By IMC.U When President Abraham Lincoln ...................*.... i at Kenton,Ohio, 49 years ago.
DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries :Merle\ Armitage of Los Angeles
P.JLHTMA.N, Pre.l Prom :the CttUcn Building Ford's theater to the home of William i Happening; Her. Jn.t 10 Yean a..................._a.. daughter of a president widow of Iowa, 42 years ago. Sir Herbert Holt, chairman_ oft
Corner Greene and Ann Streets I I Ago Today As Taken From 1663-Cotton Mather most noted the late Speaker born 51 years 1: the board the Royal Bank of Canada

Only Dally Newspaper in Key Treat and Monroe Peterson, a tailor, living across the street, The Files Of The Cilice I of colonial New England clergyMen l ago. Dr. Jesse P. Williams noted oJ I born in Ireland 79 years ago.Fine .:

author of 382 printed works,
County. he was placed in the room of 13-year-old
Boston. Died Feb. U. S. Senator George McGill of
born in there
filtered at Key West. Florida, aa aeco&d claaa matter A county official who always .
Kansas born
Pauline Peterson, where he breathed his 13, 1728. in Lucas Co., Iowa
keeps his ears wide open and eyes i i 56 .
FIFTT-IIITII YEAR ) > years ago.William
last early the following morning. peeled for news, ask d the: Citizen I
'- ,Ie bs.Ltk.Asesatd, Pft.. what is the ,population ,of '''Key:! 1746-Thaddeus Kosciusko, de .I
,'l h. Associated Pre. i. *xclu. .lT ly: ntltledrto".' During the .night .the bloodstainedhead Weft. He was 18,000 and immediately voted officer under Gen. Washington Faversham of Los Angeles
.r republication or all new dispatches credited to hold ,.oldtime actor born,:in England -
U or.not otherwise credited Jn. |bl..papvr and also of the martyred ,President had restedon repliedfacetiously.. in the Revolution, gallant 67 years
the local nw publi.l*il." rtx,' there are 18,000 real estate agentsin leader againt the Po
the child's square ,feather pillow. The land's 'revolutionary forces,' bornin

Mz tine Month.Tear _-_.SCBSCIUPTIOSj_.... _.. ._._._,.:-a RATES I ,.., ,_. $10 t..0".' pillow was reverently preserved by the' aggeration Key West., it While can- be this truthfully is an ex ;Poland. Pied in Switzerland, United John Mine L.\ Lewis Workers, .president, born at of ref .

. said there ucb'gruh'r I Oct. 15, 1817.1791Peter.
Three Month. I .211 tailor's daughter who afterwards area. Lucas Iowa, 55 years ago.
One Month .U number than
: one would suppose.! .
1" I _. ... .2 -
tVeekly ; .
: Wenzing, and upon her death she Just this morning six realtors secured noted New Dr. John D. Long of the U. S.
ADVERTISING RATES licenses at the city hall and York City inventor, manufacturerand Public Health' Service born At Mt.
Made known on ap llcatlon. willed the prized relic to Mrs. Jessie F.
i there are many others who intend I philanthropist of his day, bornin Pleasant Ja,, 61 years ago.
All reading notices+ carda JIIOTICE of thanks, resolutions efrtppect. Webster, a school teacher. With it wentan entering ,the business. One of New York. Died there,. April 4 .
chltuary notices, eta' will. be charged for At affidavit prepared by Mrs. Wenzing those who have already entered 4. 1883. Dr. James 41.JOmball the U.
tLe rate of :e cents a line. i
)loUCOfor entertainments by ehurche from which. before her death the game'Iaid. "Come in, the was
.a revenue be derived are fi cents a line. as : tei'a fine but get a bathing 1809-Abraham Lincoln, schooled LEGALS
.Mwti.The of Citizen public Issues la an open and subjects forum and of local invites or general dloeua '"This is to certify that the The upper part of the '*uit coats tn the log cabin soldier in the

.merest...u. tout It will not publish anonymous,communlMost in possession of Jessie F. Webster of the $25 at city hall and the remainder Black: Hawk War, postmaster of 1\IN THE AM C-OUNTr FOIL MONROE JI (.IM.KCOl OOINT1.XOIUUI. .

.u. City of Washington, D. C., is the same will cost"$15.25 at the county, New .Szlem; 111., Springfield JH,. + IN J'KQBATe. Fishing TackleMadeBy
court house. lawyer, state legislator congressman -, In Re: Kstate of
families, in imitation of Presi- pillow on which President :Lincoln died,. .-- J 16th .Prendent born in CLAUDE .Q. HABCOCK.Df ceased..

dent Roosevelt, are putting off balancing April 15, 1865. His death occurred in jny Paul E. DeFerc, one ,of the : Larue Co., Ky. Died April 45, NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo '
all creditors and all having -
their budgets until "a more convenient room in my old home, No. 516 Tenth' leading attorneys ,of New York a 865. I claims or demands persona against .

(day" street, Washington, D. C." City arrived yesterday in .his, -. -ald You. Estate and each: of. you, are hereby
Yom Hofe and South Bead
yacht, the
accompanied Pflueger
1809-Charles: R. Darwin, English notified and required to present .
The pillow, now yellow with age, still I by his wife and two sons. Mr.De naturalist and biologist, au. any claims and demands which you, ,

An...Italian pia. fF4..ha .trot ilidli :'six bears: ''its'crimson stains and is p'erhaps'.the'; Fere will spend some time'fishing1in i f{thor of the epoch-making "Origin: or either estateof of you Cla.udeI.may have.. Babcock againstthe ,' ,FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH. /
I the waters around Key West. of ," born. Pied April deceased, late of Monroe ,
Species County
hours while ,treading-! water fa a Swimming. most)intimate memento. .otanationaltragedy 'r' 19, 1882, Florida, to the Hon.. Hugh' flunn. ,' See Our Complete LineThompson's ,'1'
County'Judge of Monroe ;
I County at
pool. All saxophonists should_ )..b6 ..given ,now'in'existence !unJOT' Real estate news is' flying so his office in the County Courthouse, .
such test.. i - "' ." '. ( i L' i i thick,and last in Key West it is 1826-John H. McQuillon, Phil In Monroe County. Floridawithin
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a ji.j; .: ___ ._ eight -calendar 'month from the
.- litSUBSCRIBE -TO THE.CIT1ZEN. --- v\, t it t Jl ard'for.TJie: Citizen, to.get a Jine;; adelphia dentist and date of the first publication hereof. Hardware Store
f n .J .. \ on the movements. Especially isj!| professor chief founder' of the All claims and demands not presented -
< ' \") :- '.." 'I ,! j ur,ht I I within th From,ddaimed. I this so of the ,man resales being American Dental Association.born manner preacrlbed .herein shall be *
to have been made,by him, ifrlip'pears that The' ,Ci ize"ti'is one of '(he be'st'atlver" consummated: hourly. Many of the I in Philadelphia. Died March I barred Dated aa January provided H35.. l CAROLINE STREEET

Signor Stradivarius was the first exponentof tising mediums for Key West.. You can vendors of the :property mentioned 3, 1879. As Executor ,of the Last Will" and, ..
in the resales have ,been.asked Testament of Claude O. Babcock .
mass production. check over the list of hustling, progressive, about them..but it seems they are 1828-George Meredith Eng HARRIET Deceased,BABCOCK Jan23 BRINTON; febS-12-19 _--.... l
booming places and you will find that averse to giving any informationas lish novelist, born. Died May 18,
,each one has its livewire journalistic suc- to the prices"the 1909. CONDENSED STATEMENT: ,OF CONDITION: ,OF .
It is safe to "crack down", as General big idea at this time js to.keep a THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK i
cess. When town unable to
Johnson would say, if you really are the you see a sup- the realty moving and The Citizen .1831-Myra Bradwell, Illinois] OF KEY WESJ"t\
port a decent and modern newspaper you will do all possible to aid in the lawyer and pioneer legal editor oi.
king-pin but dangerous if you overestimate RI .at the close of ,buiness DeeemLer 31. 1934.
can check it off the list of those destined movement. the West, first refused admission I TYPEWRITING Comptroller'. CallRESOURCES 1 1'01,
your position. to the bar on ground of being a I
to f
enjoy more-than-average growth.
born at Manchester Vt..
Editorial Comment: Not onlydo woman
The publisher ,of this newspaper Is Died in Chicago Feb. 14, 1894. PAPER Loans and Investments $ 305639.43
The trouble with many organizations colds keep many workers Away I V Overdrafts ______, 11.61
making effort to get .out journal from their .but cold feet
is that the members who insist upon running every .a jobs, ........................ Banking House, Furniture
which is not only fair to the people it spoil many hopeful enterprises.The I and .Fixturea ,...._ 33082.33
the show are just the ones that oughtto Today's Horoscope 75c ,Bonds of States and Po&- .
serves but also creditable to them. This
sessions of the United ; .
be put in the'cenar.. High School basketball a' r
newspaper goes into many sections of the team defeated the Key West Electric .....................*.. States __ ;" 139,370.68
state and in many of the other states. company quintet last night ina Here is much executive ability: Package 500 Sheets Other Bonds of the and Federal Securities Reserve i 14201.0SStoek ;

Thomas Conecte, a preaching friar of. Everywhere it travels it proclaims the men- fast and furious contest which coupled with diligence and ..indus -GOOD -Bank 6,000.OeTemporary

the middle ages, frequently had audiencesof tal and business condition of Key West. :ended for the victors with a score try. Broad views of life, general QUALITY BOND Federal De- "_, .': -- '(i'
of 32 to 15. sit Insurance fund 1954.01
20,000 people. A modern amplifier culture quiet tastes and ;extreme! PAPER United .
The people of the community should States Govern- .. i :
of endurance will make
powers : '
would have ment Obligations direct -
come handy. support the home town to the A marriage of much interest
newspaper to toil a pleasure and bring'success. and fully guaranteed . ,
extent of a yearly subscription as ,a matterof Key Westers was that of Miss There is a danger of the reward -THE-: ____,.$ .
There are individuals in Key West course. They can at least contribute Bernice Jackson and Anthony I being withheld just at the point of ARTMANPMSsCitizen '''Cas add due from Banks 495,168.9, ,T ,:%.' 1,32T,913.70 '
Olivier!, which took place at the success, but this will not ,paralyze
who wouldn't lend the church a thin dime partly towards its growth ,and enlarge- home of the bride last night. Rev. the actions. :1.888.3539

and still talk about the refusal of the bank ment. At the present .price there as little E. L. Ley of Memorial church of : Bldg.J'UONE UABIL1T.lES .
I ficiated. Attendants to the couple morrow night Miss Albertina, Capita 100,000.00
.. to make loans to revivify business. danger of anybody being pinched through I were Miss Florence Brady and F, Gato. who is a pupil of Serge' 51 SUrplll..nd .Undivided Profits _.._. 55,007.42'Circulation
subscribing to a for that Carbonell. Marinoff's classic dancing 100-000:0",
or school of
newspaper, Deposits ,._ _.._._..,......_..x....., ,........1,638,228.87 4
The fellow who asks no girl to marry matter, of not getting more than theirmoney's will give an interpretation of:
Monkeys, horses, elephants and the butterfly. This will be one -of 1 L888,2.35i9
worth. I
him will probably remain single, and the '
and other the numbers
many components beautifully staged on .
store that asks for no customers through of the great Shrine circus to the program. - --- - -

advertising, will not probably be able to THE GOLD DECISION .be shown in Key West, arrived C.l.l.l.l.l.l".I.1.1I.1.1Ip-.I.fTII"3I.1.IIJ!
,this morning and the and end all disputes .
boys are rejoicing France Italy
wed Miss
Prosperity.In -
over the coming event. through Rome talks.
"Coming events cast their shadows I -

his biography of Lincoln, Edgar before" and the delays' the rendering of At the follies to be given to- Subscribe to The Citizen. '

Masters intimates that the Great Emancipator the gold clause decision by the United t --. -.' ATTENTION

did not wash himself overmuch. States Supreme Court, together with the 1. I

Which should make him a greater idol of suggestions that are being made 'as to the I I

small boys than ever. recourse of the government in the eventof The Never-Tiring I

an unfavorable decision, should pre GUARDIANof

Like a fairy tale sounds the report of pare the country for the worst.

the oP r ti 1$ {.\ Associated! rrf s b\Y'.1 e ) I ttt,The sugpatjon? ,that they goy '
photo ser3f, by'which pictures are trans- i may exercise their power to control -
mitted over wjre f and ready fpr printing in the stock. exchanges Of%the ountry 6y. i : .We extend. ''you 'a: cordial invitation :tY: ;

less than half an hour.. Thi, (is considered i Hosing them:business. in the event of ant 'lMrrrrr --.- .

the most rttoolidianarym(2ch f. \\ r .ill\ bledecision might indicate thpt r nlu n TH I IIWho E 11! t h !' d' to. :look over, our complete, .

velopment , /XJitnuvisable. \/ .Ji.eof'n eSS Ji sforyour HOME .
type. tIt 'If} It is reasonable to suppc$ 'i, '
a'Joadfdf: pure' 'ealtli- H'' t.
tha'were the decision to be favorable no with .1 -

is an old custom of scurrilous news- such preparation would be deemed'neces'' protection l'

papers to threaten and browbeat officialsto sary. YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course, t T'

force recognition in giving patronage, The Supreme Court may decide thata lIe never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor

and dishonest public servants often contract is a contract and must be whirrs. lIe always saves you dollars and cents. DISHES AND UTENSILS .1

yielded; but honest officials generally are held inviolate. The Court may hold that .

incensed and refuse under the circunv the promise to pay in gold is a contract CALL NO. 8FOR .

stances to be coerced. The practice of that cannot be voided-even in the eventof for your Dining Room and Kitchen

intimidating either the city or county officials a national emergency. PURE ICE '

will go fruitless unless The Citizenis There is every indication that the

laboring under a delusion. Court will split on this vital question. II I

Government control and consolidation LIMIT TO PUBLIC DEBT ICE REFRIGERATORS

of(.railroads. and Rug..lre: |;..government. SEEDS FERTILIZER

control and nsotid'at>' o'n' of telegraph The public debt of the United States is .
t: Made of All Metal-Equipped With
telephone and radio:-gov n1ment controlof II nearing a "psychological limit," accordingto rf; ;

oils minerals',power, .ami;L' electrifity. opinions expressed in the current Guar- WATER COOLERS GARDEN TOOLSfor 0:,

These few twentieth *century "or- anty Survey,
are a published by the Guaranty ,
dinaries" that were .sb'(' Ya'lica1 that: ;the Trust Company of New York. 'They're Economical! 100 Per Cent I .
Lawn and Garden
statesmen and politicians them "Our public debt is reaching a point I I[I : 1 ".< Refrigeration Satisfaction i your ,:.1.7': I : t

"unthinkable" twenty-five years ago. where further large increases.may, by discouraging .
individual initiative, defeat the i Priced at .

There is no law; so strong as custom. very purpose for which the debt is being i
A' customer is really a person who has created, namely, to stimulate recovery," $30 and $35 '., . r...

come to a place of business, received satis- said the Survey.It I' J.

factory .treatment and the goods he ,de. pointed out that on December 31, :
sired. That left a favorable mental impression 1934, the United States had .a national : .

and the urge to be so well served .debt of $28,400OOOOOO.-above the war- ............... J.It.... i So.t di Flendi Contntcfog & Eipeerng .Ct.KMC .

again. Thus person's custom will be .re'tained time peak-local subdivision debts of ?19- I :"

so long as his reactions remain 600,000,000, and a total debt ,of $48,078-,- 598 \IWUte *A Elin Staub .:
]Ice l IK.J Jt
favorable, and unless disturbed by indifferent 000,000, with a I large_ deficit in the budget ftapmy, : Tour JMOM i. w rtky
treatment or poor service they will and ".no assurance when it will be balanced l :

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rXOPSIB: TA.- Montana Kid hill stares across at the big church STOLEN
lint deserted Jittth La very, hit II .FOR SALE ;
of Our Lady of paper will be seat, 4* order to acitft ia Cuadalupe. I
c1u '!CI1S1' to,fight Jack Lascar to He told of the little home. A STOLEN -
Bishop Emil,, complaint bicycle at II' FOR
Mf"" Latcar to do ;aed, and SALE CnEAP-1930 Buick
-Ha 'ana fd* himjtelf oittildt tae ano, with a head as bald as a polished 'x n duty at ,this office JLgh School] building. &wa1 d Automobile.

<)a aw.* .,eats fitting hats mouth JiHbrit toward,tae ttexico ttrattgf, stone fringed around wIth : to ,7:15 p. m. for the will be paid, with jvo questions street. Apply 1205 feb9-3tx Division -

Meritaiondit.. and Urother Patfuat. silver. of delivering com- asked, for it*return to ,1020;
Pastas taict Mateo and He'toldwof.General Estrada, the Help as MiTe ,100
J/wf : .go1'ernor-o, 1 s .huge brush of a service by calling 51 if TYPEWBITINU PAPER 600
by starting a ta*< Bxr iotantfttott :
not know mustache :and'.,,his rapacious eyes, JOHN NEBO SCORES KNOCKOUT 'VICTORY WSY BEFi DOWN not receive The.Citizen. PERSONALS shccta, 75c. The Artman Press
ckafltnge Moaife4 '
,. JIT onChapter -' which :could only flqd devastation' sug7MIblEOGRAPH
'sway "rip 1. r"ckonillSl and poverty In his new province STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS,I I[
-44A4., NM'r..wa nur. .of'.01'DtI"iJMI.L tlll.; etofen. until he beard' 4jf the restoration of OVER :BATTLING RAMIREZ LAST NIGHTBy ADAMS' CHURCH AND INDIGESTION victim, sheets; PAPER. 500
the emerald crown of Our to $1.25. The Artman
'W-+- 4 Lady' why suffer! For quick relief
tbp church: .from. which it had been get a free sample ill Udga Press, Citizen Building.
,stolen. ( ) TONIGHT Jnn27tf
Tablets doctor's
a prescription:
MONTANA CONSENTS; " He told.of the'fight In the church Boy, page old man Ripley! jolting left hand pokes to the at Gardner's Pharmacy'
THIN..ol'eamlng voices came wavering the felling of'the bishop, the savage ;Tell him John .Nebo, local ,,windmill face. Ramirez sparred for an f ebb7.,19.2025R627x : BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now
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Stand of the great friar, and that boxer did the unexpected and openIng. and nailed Nebo with a through the atr above '
tumult<,f (the' despairing ,call ,for help which cored A:.knockout victory over the hard swinging blow to the head. Shuler] Peele pastor of the Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen
IrotherPascual 'had .brought into husky Battling Joe Ramirez in the In the second round Ramirez VIEW PARK' LAST : Street Methodist Church, LOST Building octl6
.faacnal:aras ahead; burin mountains.
the third of six-round main event almost floored Nebo with slash on.tbe subject of "Abra-
a a
*dawn to the trail where he re-: RESULTED IN)! SCORE .
mounted his male 'and logged of the chool' regular .weekly ing blow to the face. John wobbled sacri't'0 this evening at the LOST-Sunday Envelope fag. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
on "CO I knew that i must make the card'at' little but shook the TO leather. Please cards, J1.5. The Artman
after the other two while behind fight, the gym last night. a stunning off 2 Presbyterian Church, ac gray return to
him the boulders still skipped and try lie finished. "One .man to Nebo cent Joe crashing to the and floored Joe with a series of Mrs. Erik Smith, Hotel ColoniaL Preea. ang7
enter the fort? I could Ito announcement made
never come
deed! hurtling down the trail with mat !iD the second round with a blows! about the body. febl12txMISCELLANEOUS
back. Before I died. I wanted to see ,. CAMP TRAILER
oRe A. DeCarntt. FOR SALE
force that chewed great portions out volley .f left and right to the Take Sudden Fall The Busy Bees' : :
you once more, friend.. I could nit
of the the'roek bogy,and the bell saved the former Ramirez I service will begin I
lip of ; the overflow! tell what I would dohe'n I aaw'70uI was getting the best of defeated the Adams Dairy : CAMP TRAILER completely ...
made a cataract of thunder Into the Key Wetter from a knockout in the third round when he suddenly o'clock, it is stated.
might want to draw a knife and last the CASH equipped, aceomodates four.
night at Bayview i PAID for used iurniture.
bottom of the ravine and set the this canto as .the gong sounded fell to the mat after a furious ex-.
try for your throat, or I might see a I Can
Lou Smith's Service Sta-
1013 Southard
echoes rolling. brother, you.Well,I saw youandI just before the referee brought change at close quarters in'which The final score was 7 to '2. I AT AGE OF 76 street tion, Phone 522. febll-3U

The whole slope above seemed to did not want to draw a knife. down hit hand forthe last count. he probably got the worst of the The leaders at bat were' .janl7lmozFOR

be In,JIlatlon, a river of downflooding lie.stood over the Montana Kid Ringside fans cried foul, but the milling. erts, Carbonell and :Ward. Eng.-The Earl of . RENT FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved

st;, and even when :U shopped a d..mUel4owD. attbigiwith an nn- Miami battler refused fr, ,belicve Joe is leaving for Miami tomorrow' hit two safeties m four ti 1 aged 76, sang a solo Real] Estate in the City of

ruahing'howcould, the men of the affected admiration and -fondnesst] that,he was illegally-hit'and when nighUand 'will be back in bat.: .... encores at concert i in &) OFFICES the ;Hellmgs Building ] Key;Nest; 129 Acres of land on

town climb their hqrp sjOTer those He heMouUila hand,saying' "Then. iif iced, if 'lie',:needed a. fivelminnteTcst'before about three weeks' time to meet 319 Duval street..Apply to. the Florida Keys. Apply to F.
vast blocks which iron In the field,.Albury, ,
now obstructed good-bye) i I startmjji- ,the third Nebo in a return bout. I jRoberts
W. '
F.V.. Roberts, 80S Olivia, ( 803' Olivia street.febll12tz.
the wart The kid failed to the band. He nd + In Castillo,were the stars. al rules ,
see }(: oa :tW;husky,, ightjep'(only ;.an- the semi-final. Baby Face Supreme I Court; I street r lebU..12
The delight-41 Jlubrtz was like Lade a gesture t with his clgareBT* ., swered that he.wanted. .to Continue Rojad added another knockout vic- ,Score by i innings: clause! _invalid. I

that of a, child?Jle laughed till the 2H02I ,I the'iijrht; .,. : tory 'D'T'putting away Kid Tarzanin ., .. BICYCLESWE AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
tears were rolling\ on his'race. iu q J' : Teari i,Ati,,Opponent,: ' the third round of an exciting Adams .- ,010.000. 100-2 E.'I< I ?, ti.'Gonzalez,, Navirro-I; ,___ t w ,

"Where's the fool who denies UHJ tJOAI f fAI fr Ramirez tore1 afJohn'wtyh' blood 1 contest Bees ....-, 4QO 000 ,300-)i : by Gates 8. by Ward RENT by the Hours Day or: PONTIAC DE LUXE SEDAN.

power of prayer?" he demanded."There's in .his eyes'as 'the! ;third} ,round'got The king of the jungles a real Batteries: Ward and Rodr ; "on,balls: off Gates;3 I"oft Week, Repair 'all makes:And 1929, six 'wire wheels, good

Brother Pascual. as simpleas under way and crashed Nebo's scrapper and a sensational hard. Gates and Albury. |I I ; wild pitches: Gates 3,. 'paint them with NQ-Ename1.We tires Looks fine and is in excellent -

a sheep but he's sharpened his face with a smashing left uppercut: hitting youngster bounced his Summary: Errors: {'\ ; double plays: Castillo to carry a full supply of Parts. condition. Bargain, $175.

wits by arguing with the saints and i that jarred the local windmilL hefty right hand off Rojas' chin Carbonell, Martinez, Lopez, to L. Lopez. Castro to Agent for the Rollfast( Bicycles Also Chevrolet Roadster 1929,

able gossiping to think with the angels till he's They met in a neutral corner and j jin the second round and had the Navarro; two base hits: to Carbonell; time of and sell them as low as tl.00 nice running car, $120. Call

and 1 can da of few a trick like that. You i John pumped succession of blows Wild Bull wobbling for a short Ward, Molina; stolen.bases: :15; umpires: ,Lopez and per week. J. L. Stowers Music Lou Smith's Service Station,

it takes a man a of God little to move things mountains but- to Joe's body, some of which ]looked time. Tarzan let this great -opportunity Roberts, Albury, M. Lopez; ;, I Company. janl8-lmo Phone 522. febll-Stx

Montana!" low but weren't damaging of scoring a knockout

Here the friar came up with them tt enough to hurt. Ramirez went slip by when he failed to followup I.ilTIIIIIIIII..III.lI..I'LII.I'I I
andtn down Nebo connectedwith the attack and { I'III..A
response to a few words from r"ti- again as allowed his op-
Rubric,took the hand of Montana In \ a short blow to the midsection ponent to recover from his dizzy

and once more ringside crit- spell..
ics called foul as the referee 'Wild Bull' Overcome Tarcan

counted over the agonizing husky Rojas, still somewhat groggy : "

1 l 1 lad.The from the terrific blow handed him RELIABLE FR1.1S1"!

Nt 1 third man in the ring fail] in the previous round, came out a !

ed to see any illegal blow whichmigh't bit slow in the third canto but re-

have caused Joe's defeat vived himself some when he notic- .

and neither did George Watkins, ed his opponent 'didn't look any

iI one of the judges. The other J I too strong either. The Bull tore

r judge, McCarthy, went off with fat I Tarzan, swiging both gloves Who Offer Their ,Customers Service. and SatisfactionS

out giving his decision on this particular : and one of the blows must have

incident. landed because the king of the .
Interviewed By WriterIn I''I jungles dropped to the mat with. ....,.....p.e.p.a..a., ,

the dressing room, the writer -, thud and woke up to find himself DELICIOUS i iVINES
interviewed} Ramirez and asked in. the dressing room. It was. a a SWEET CLOVER

art him whether he 'was really fouledor great battle :and the fans will t CAKES 0dIB PASTRlESj MARINE CURIOS S .;
not and the Miami leather push welcome a return match. CONDENSED JHUC :
er replied that he was hit low atone The preliminary bouts between SOUVENIRS .
Cocoanut. Plants, each '
time but the blow that imi Kid Alfonso and Young Ogden, ,. tASK ,FOR IT AT YOUR

i>hed him was a hook that carried i and Baby Hernandez and Battling, Hibiscus Plants,. ach J0c:...28fBougaizrvillaa :: Fishing, Tackle, Xoaaka; NlJCUBORHOODSTORE

1 ivulacir every ounce of Nebo's weight be- Rogert had the fans in an uproar Bed -or runw ' and films :

hind it. There was no mark on during the encounter, Ogden was pie."". *"' i6Qe Ie ,10" 't : : ,Cam; quality and weight t as

iul any part of' ,,Joe's body to show I given a referee's decision over Al-: Poinsettia Plants, :
that he had been hit by a low fonro that would have been much = .: Jewelry : milk. S
He held out his hand, saying "Good-by, Montana." ..: Croton each ZSe .
blow better had he called it a draw. .. Watch ADd Jew DISTRIBUTED BY_
I each' .
Turks 2 5c
a vast,slow,anJ long-continued pressure "Walt a minute," he said. "I get The scrap was a thriller until I The Hernandez-Rogert bout was ,,: Cap, _SM Repairing .

while his doubting eyes things mixed up, down there in bier the finish came. John, as usual, called a draw to please the crowd, ,Roses, ,dozen, .?,..?.. .,.... J1.20* O.r .Reael -to-Sen. Cake. : : IBUJBLLO BROTHERS

seemed to be struggling to grapple ico. Duraya-let's see-it's In the opened the first round with a light I I but Hernandez was well out in aad Pastri are always lr U>! i
with the soul of the Kid at the same loop of a river, eh?" left to the head but received two front. Sontfi Ftoida l Nvsenr j FRANKJOflNSO' j: VHOLESALECROCERY
time. ..: ,. Maloney! & Peacock

I "Here's three of us that make one around"The river it," agreed runs almost Rubrlz.all the way.1 j I ;, Phone S9T Catherine SL : PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel ,Rid,. : DivUioa and Thomas StreetsINSURANCE

together man" said, let's Rubrlz.see the"and mountain while we're we .The fort Las big stone walls, like" DOINGS AROUND THE: GOLF LINKS I r......*...*.lt.P.*....&l................. ......:......._.. ..,._. ..:..... ,.....................
those of a castle in the old days? SELECT SEA FXMMS) t
can't and the river can't
fly over we MtrLIJMBJN
"Just so!" I ; J : : HAPLY DAYS ARE HERE

Jump across"1IEY "And down the hill from the fort (By GRAVY) I.. .JwGL. 7- ...... __.............35c; .u I !

came to the verge of the there's a cafe,run by Miguel Santosa The new starter shop and club worth that, but who cares) so y..wtail: Steak, 21b.. _35c' : .: '

RioGrande, where the yellow man who looks like a caballero. room for the golf course will be as to defray the expenses of the & Yellowtail on -Bene, t 4b.. '25cMntton ; : .O1Qe: 3,19J) Ja1St: :

currents flattened out to a shallow But he has a wooden leg"that's pulled 1 ready shortly and then all the I 1 visiting celebrities. Personally the I Grouper, 2 .Ibs. ...-.._.. 25c : ;J>URO .PUMPS255 : :
.w\!dth that a rider could f"rd easily. him down in the world. players will have a place to sit : writer would give a couple of \.
I SD&Ppel'.2.1ba. ._,.._ : .. . .
"J know the man agreed Rubrlz. PLUMBING > ,
There they dismounted as Montana down and chew the arai .bucks (Roosevelt) to see Helen I SUPPLIES 't'i l"
rag el fish 2 Tbi. JJtSc* HONE Np
"What about him .
said "I turn north here Mateo. I f/:1 ,. :
: all about how they would @ Hicks and Paul Runyan meet up '
can travel !in traCe,now.tthanks_ to ,TNtpfcJDC about, :tJj1t tkif'Ea" > .T :. with Josie and Boll Spotts- ii..Se1. 07-Un. ;;: .PJJONE 348. : :
Brother Pascual. flash era girl M tha l&ire,sM e; lot ffcrVobetter if it hadn'i 11'I Lopez t et. ", tt J'J , .iris
.for such and such a shot ''b .I.IJOr i"l .. ..t:1w.sH: SHRIMP: :: ., 1:1 j TrJ' Y. r- M
"Adios, amigo answered Rubrlz. a red rose in the black ft pier hair.: . J j .,. ,.. _
. tb 4 ;; ; .. J' ... J"i
could i
"Now I look on yfcu for the last time}; The menQOtm antttj-J IOw nyIrj| | ,. make t M iTO : ,, .11t ack; ..'I.. ..- .
hen closed. But the fYf 1 : :1 :C'; :' nnBftB-.tlf.N 'f r t"aI I" "" S
and while I live I shall femembe their tequila tastes. They drink It eyes LO PLAYMltKSlENJONIGHT x, r a "
( flKJl.1
) i I' nl BIT . '
like wmVWll.PA Wi'rhU.piissed the oho ihtil Fitf ftMMPrGELIYMy.J: : : : I.UAI-Y.-JIW ft ':
iMtff .....
you. J t. I . The last time?" asked Montana."I ham-herru e'I R 8tI. w. 'Neff time you are it 4h" iiSii'u .' ',., -- ;
go now on a trail from 'whichI There !is such a girl" agreed course go over and take aj 9 1tt : i UJJrE' : : n"'I" : SI&CO., ... ---
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can never return," said Rubrlz! Rubrlz. at the downstairs of the Country' .. ,PHOKE iSl : 328 SWONTON ST ': \MmCaAl '- .... :'- :_- "0c,1.. aadt :.
Montana stood ,threw his = .
up away Club. will have locker I .
cheerfully."What trail is that?" asked Mon ctgaret "Thank God for an eye andetc.Everybody to keep: golf parapher-a CONTEST WAS POSTPONED ............... ..... ..................... ........ .............._ ........................

tana. which can remember! Mateo. I am nalia and etc., which includes a .

lie noted that Brother Pascnal, riding" to Duraya with" you." few bottles of brew or soda waterif JANUARY 9 BECAUSE: OY5TEK5SERVED AARON MCCONNELL : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU .! Atte hoe Housewives! W
troubled face, was retreatingfrom No, my friend! protested the WSfle-UcStr. t
with a them. Mexican.'"There is danger for you you drink same. OF RAIN I ANY STYLE ,: :To see the PRETTY GTFTg.i :

"Our Lady calls to me," said Ru- south of the river. The Rurales re There has been considerable Extra large: ...Ieot?j..n 1Sc: 4f\ and NOVELTIES at .!'We ,are DOW ,offering. 3Staaduds.gtaatt |
the horizon. member you. They would smell out S .
brlz. waving agitation about whether to, have 70c n''THOMPSON'S flEE .i of 5
!Is than your trail as if they were blood. Tonight the Lopez Funeral .grades
asks one
she more I
"The task
do: but I must go." hounds. They would be at your, the Miami-Biltmore down for the'la Home Diamondball ten will cross % NICE JUICY STEAKS[ ; a. Watch .. : MARINE MUSEUM :: "
man can ; :
throat in a day. t part of'the celebration of "La bata;with the Adams I Doct_ ;
Montana sat down on a rock and Dairy outfitThis S Or tr Saadwtche.: ._- J0cFUet A : AMERICAN COFFEE K
lighted a clgaret "Mateo. I must go to Duraya. I Semana Alegre" but the matter game was postponed by rain 1 Sand with*. JOe: 11'\ .324 Margaret'' Street :
There's must see that girl Rosita again.' was to be decided by the .Board of J Things that friends *
"I'm ready to listen. no January 9. I your irfll
said around him There was something about her that Directors. Nothing definite has small 1 Other. Sandwich. WATCHMAKER' Cone In ___II" --.tAU -
hurry he looking A collection will be taken JEWPd.Eltappreciate.. ate_
broken of the canyon,at seemed to say, Come once tnore. I occurred for numerous reasons. It Hot Souse Every them. *
at the steps up among the fans to help ; Saturday: AND ENGRAVER ,
shall remember.: BesIdes I want to is. understood that negotiationsare 1 : ,2ie 2IcaacI tic &.
the yellow workings of the current. .
Cates and Pena their .
sound, clear- see the mustache of General Es. under way with a Fort Myers pay expenses IFIIlS' LUNCH : See Him For Your Next Work 2 dour next LobsterCrab Dip .. .
Hubris made a great' on their trada." trip .ner will ** much more.(J Uew S. ,
lug his throat and scowling, ta'covcrhis club about having them.! come over for .ALL ,.PRICES REDUCED ,
4 a tryout with the St. Louis
if baked
: it fa and iiei.ed 1n : 51MCOIPEM1US
aatl f ctlon.. And he told, stridIng (CopyriaM.._"s'....harper. .. A BrotiwrtJ some time. 1 90O Southard Street A our ;
Cardinals champions of the baseball
: Hemni 9 to 12-1 taOpern : Giant Stall pp or Heart &a :
and down, how In the t6w n ofDuraya. PHONE 207-W j12 'St Phone.
( up The trio tomorrow ride couth world. .: I Shells. ,Caween.. :; .
.the governor's fort on the Into danger. r Some of these days there is going I' y* : ,Saturday NI.J.te -
..---- ---,.'". .. j to be a "murder" on the Num- Tomorrow. Funeral Homers night the*eternal and Busy rivals I 1 ...p j.op.M...........:...................... :.a._....ppp.,...N....aa t .... ... ............ .
ber 8 hole which is going to be.
........................ X-RAY FINDS NEEDLESMILWAUKEE : .. performed l certain Bees, will play each other. 1 DINE; AT THE Birds Amm-J.
>y a individual' Ludy Acosta; arrived in Key Flab *. PRITCHAID 5 SERVE THE: POPULAR'!

Today In History I and against another certain individual West today and will be seen in action I PLAZA RESTAURANT : '
The unless the latter learns MOUNTED ua. 'DESSERTXJCENSED
........................ X-ray how to else ' tomorrow night on the Busy 1'1..1 ,, .
which located the needle Mrs. keep quiet or dodge avery r

1733Gen. Oglethorpe and his !Josephine Illman, .85, of this city, cleverly swung club aimed at Bee team. 11 rm *r. .cc.
English colonists landed in Geor-!i]!jran I located into one her which thumb she recently recalled also the latters so called cranium."Mumpsy" \\\\1I"1I11 1 SS S at jfcosae, yov will fl.. : TAXIDERMIST j jFine J)1pIf..... ; aepai.. : And N..dtia ,
gia. : %
:: :rlIEI.A7Am: ,a j| losing in the same manner 50 Strunk now on the ,SPEND : C 7 I BARBECUES of aU ....
ago way to recovery and a few kins
years Work At
:I a Reason :
1851%; -Gold discovered in Ausa I. which will be taken off Doc] YOUR I : :YBAId ..B 'Toat d 1a.iwIs
Price :
a tralia I I der which she is now ruled, pro Kemp. Melvie Russell and Johnny .BREAKFAST 5 J $
an Englishman who had i 1 I' -
& I mulgated. Kirschy. I VACATION : = eeL!) SfER
settled there gone to California i in j I LUNCHEON J PHONE 2 0 A-" 11--'""' .

: gold rush days, noted geological 1912-Republic. of China estab Wonder if it would be any sort :: THIS YEAR IN :3i : SUPPER : : : 101'5- 'BARMCUE. .:.

f" similarity with Australia and went lished. of a drawing card to have some FLORIDAyour I PUZAWSTAMAOTI 801 Flens ng Street | LADY- 'ATTEJl AJIT. '
back to Australia to be the first '- of the champions down from Miamito '

t to discover gold there. 1922-Pope-Pius XI crowned. j against It would'some be necessary of our local to mamUUU !. SOS D.val StrMt KEY; WEST .FIA. :P' lLw""f'.1'

1934-Beginning of bloodyfighting charge maybe 50 or 60 cents to .
1889 Japan's Constitution un-.] & Vienna see the .mAtch ,(it ::wouldn't J* / ,-I lil.lI'I'II IIII.lIII"i; 'i illlil.lIj


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pie that was connected: with the I Mrs. Chapman, all of Fort Ben- WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.

f :-: SOCIETY : -: ALASKA TELLING OF EXPERIENCESIN do fishing able.not during profess industry the to winter to have live months.any comfort actual I I I ning Baltzell, Ga.of; CoL Fort and McCIellan.Mrs. George Ala., PHONE 152-M. "U 20

and Miss

t Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress ISLAND CITY MANY YEARS AGO ning operating industry knowledge, only that of the which can-I GREAT INTEREST Ian ta. Louisa Roberta of At- PALACEAnna

'PHONE 752-J, have obtained from observation in i May Wong-Frita Kortner

................................................. Charles, Peterson chief engineer 'peal-to the governor of the state the large canneries of Alaska, Old John Sleeps Better NowOld CHU-In-CHIN CHOW
I Oregon and the state of Washington DAUGHTERS OF PRESIDENT
to take over the management of Comedy and Short Reel
Bill: You look kind o'
of the United States
Elaborate Plans Are Made For lighthouse and statements from our
the city government realized they : OF STATE BOARD OF bad. John, what's matter Matinees 10-15c; Night; l5-25c
lighthouse keepers Alaska atthe
service, stationed at Ketchi- were up against brickwall BO to 1 Old John: Just can't get a to _
Valentine Ball Thursday NightMore speak, their action was probablythe isolated stations where they HEALTH TO MARRY UNITED good night's sleep. Have to getup
lean, Alaska, write interestinglyof do their own canning of wild game
first of its kind in the coun too times.
and fish. Pardon me for this sug- STATES ARMY OFFICERS many I
] and more.reservations art gram of delightful dance music, his former experiences in Key try, they were ! on gestion: Could it be arranged to Old Bill: Aint you heard of Over-Sea Hotel

being received daily for the brilliant all the things that go into the mak- any longer. ,A> Conch 'will fight employ an expert for the time being i them little green tablets made

l' Valentine Ball to ;,be' held' ing of a highly.successful; and en- West when,he was attached to one hard for hi3nghtsMtoimdefea1; to look over the field to makea (try "' .._1...... i'rers. from buchu leaves, juniper oil, 917 FLEMING STREET
.Thursday evening at Casa Marina; joyable ball.Dinner had been unknowns; he_had 'passed etc? I believe they call 'em Bu ROOM __
of the tenders at Key West. thorough and scientific study of MARIANNA, Fla., Feb. 12.-A running water $1.00
J .This event, which, promises t to .will be served from 7 to through many storms in the past the possibilities to ascertain the kets. Why I had to get up 7 or 8: ROOM;with bath 1.50

be one of the gayest and moss$ "8 P. M., and dancing will begin at Mr. Peterson, in a letter to J. forty years. During all those specie of fish that would be double wedding ceremony here times before I took 'em. They:I WEEKLY RATES
colorful affairs of the season, is 9 and last until midnight. The years he had lost ground grad- seem to work on the bladder kind
R. Stowers, recalls interesting and The first blow palatable and savory when can- Feb. 16 will mark the marriage of I
being especially arranged, and a ball will be under the direction of ually. probablycame ned. o' like castor oil works on the Newly Renovated

t number of entertainment presentations Leo B. Warren, director of social productive activities which were when Ybor's proposition was I two daughters of Dr. and Mrs. N. bowels. Drives out waste matter 1 New Equipment;
ignored the city fathers of that "In the event that an industry! and acids. You New
t will be in evidence. activities at the hotel and the I excess go right ManagementNO
: There, will be special decora- musical program will be in the flourishing at that time and tells time, may have made a mistake, of this kind could be started even A. Baltzell to two officers of the down to the drug store and get a, CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE
but credit must be extended to small scale in the 25c box. I got mine at Olivieri's
tions in the appropriate Valentine hands of Richard Principale: director on a beginning, ., .
of the income !
I many sources of faced the situation United States Army. .
them they and if should Drug Store.-adv.(
manner, favors, balloons a pro- of Casa Marina Orchestra. same prove a success I
from which the people of Key with a determined mind that Key what a benefit it would be to the Miss Margaret Schmelz Baltzell.I
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West would build up the cigar in- people of Key West. So many '
will wed Lieut. Henry Hester, : ::
West derived their with view in mind that -
living. dustry a things have been tried in
I Various Activities Included In someday Key West would be the I i city, why not give this a fair your con- and Miss Georgia Franklin Bait-, .ANYONE. ANYWHERE, ANY TIME I_
He was a shipmate in the service zell will wed Lieut. Laurin Mer-
largest cigar manufacturing cen-! scientious trial? There is nothingto
' Program Of'La Semana Alegre9Preparations ter in the world. With this aim
with William W. Demeritt I lose providing, of course, that I riam.The i
-- they went along, business flourish: youcan raise sufficient capitalfor ceremony
of this dis solemnized, in historic St. Luke's
for "La Semana Visitors are arriving daily to be now superintendent ed and she was well on her way I this experiment. It would not

Alegre," which starts next Tues- here in plenty of time to enjoy trict. The sister mentioned in the to fame and prosperity. I leave any bad after effects evenif G Episcopal Bladstone Church with Rector
; Rogers officiating. The
day night, February 19th, are well comfortably this week of gaiety, \ Mentions Cigar Workers I II it proved a failures You have a f sisters

under way. The open-air presen. and festivity,J\ creating. letter,is. Mrs. ,Herman Roberts, of "Unrest; .among; .the .cigarmak-' storehouse of fish your cigar fac-I their will father be given who in is presidentof marriageby :
I ,
tation of the Gilbert and Sullivan more than casual interest, not only* .Angela street) whb'ha been send*! ers caused,strikes, this of course tories and your sponging industrymay I the state board of health.

operetta "inrates; ofi., Penzance/'f here>but :throogbe'Ut' the state 1 1Celebritiesfrom MNU<. M ',' '.. ..Sj: x|' ,r i retarLdedMthe, 'prospect' ,'of their disappear but the coral reefs Among guests invited are Governor -I

with especially. designed costume, I haye .tag brother. .copies-of,The Citi 1 aim.iAfer: .each, strike\; deprespionvaa the habitat of your fish, are im and Mrs. Dave Sholtz and ; E ".
take that announced their intention of,bein . pregnable."I I I .x
will night.
place on t WlL" r. 'I : .' < t felt., The Change in the member
A lot of other events will beheld present ijtiJ I, tat fIG) 1t; 1$ .sen' t.containing i. J stories lie. ". ohite XJb'j. re-' method, of sponging" ,was ,disastrous am aware thaj t ?vryfc7fort' ;; fanjlly f of, F thy Ht governor'slal -tai'Joe _ow.iV:..

during the same week, {tnctud-I Besides-the'''P.irates"wpfPen? .: -! habilitation program '".t]1" IU> WA..! 'to Key West'I the cards is being made to bring Kfey WeU ngofwe) sllola: 'CaP* ' i

ing the, Flower Show, in ; ranee-"''operetta''and-.the-i. Fltwer'Show : <.: '}1' "t; u'/ nut a ft* iUJ.1 'seemed JQ.'be stacked against her, back on the map. Radio broadca- i Willt ""1JJ.Yancy; ; tits.,aniii \w!

much interest is centered sincej, many other features are, u SP iDteroatiDs""ill the,,communication she never complained took her defeats ing over the net works of the H..Ntriamflteut. Mrs.
and W.
this is expected to be one of thej i planned including a costume ball, that it is reproduced he- in a natural way with a determination NBC and the Columbia broadcasting .
highlights of the week, and in} several concerts possibly a regatta stations effective I -- ,
that somewhere and are very acquainting needs, such! as a modern sanitary rn.11
which the entire city will participate and all in all. a happy and low in full: sometime she would come to the the outside world of system! and fresh water. They are ALMOST :

I lively week is anticipated. l turning in the lane. just what you have to offer. Ad-I things that cannot be changed. Asa every-
"I has made occa-
received from time to time one
: i "The Flagler railroad came vertise your wonderful climatic former Key Wester by adoption sional use of long distance tactful means of purring Immediate .
what sister
my had written me conditions, fishing and scenic 11
over the keys and made Key West sympathize with you, hope that service. Often, some
P.-T. Assn. To Meet Lodge Officer Key West. Not until the book- the terminal, long before this places of interest, such as Garden I I the worst is really over. The his- telephone crisis in business or home is re- response

Tomorrow Night To Visit HereOn lets you so kindly sent me was 1 prospect became a reality our Key, the famous old Fort Jeffer-| torical record of Key West is such ponsible for employing this high Friends and, relative find
citizens enthusiastic son'where Dr. Mudd was incar-I that it simply cannot be ignored. distance" and
aware of the true condition that were over voice communication. "long a personal
cerated, the historical inscription It is of facts in this I speed
prospect. I for one saw a great | pages country's inexpensive way of enjoying
Founder's Day and Father's Tuesday, Feb. 19th Great existed there. I can assure you
made by the doctor over his cell history. We know that the Many letters are receivedeach
Pocahontas Ella Kane of Great heart the struggling prosperity' for Key West, things frequent voice-visits over the
Night will be celebrated 7:30 to-] my went out to door "All
Whom Enter Within
city was born in the storm of month expressing surprise.
began to boom it looked mile that them.
Council of Florida of that had faithfully very separate
morrow night at the regular meeting Degree people so "
there is Leaves All Hopes Behind. Advertise -. the chief actors of that time and gratitude for the quickness
good no doubt that when
of the Harris School Parent. Pocahontas, will pay an official tried to carry on. It demon-
the railroad was in the making in your local paper. I believe being household names. I sincerely clarity and low cost of the .e"Ciet your telephone dins
Teacher Association.An visit to the local council. strated the grit and spirit that you
that much can be done and allowme wish success that Key West and read
The this was Key West's most prosperous l you ice in such emergencies. Busitory the information
Great Pocahontas will made
interesting has people are of. but apparently
ar- -
program era. to state that it is men of your may again find her place in the ness men are learning, also, the about long distance service..
been arranged for both events. rive over the highway from her you were working under adverse -
and caliber that will be ableto economic
type Let slogan
your effectiveness of the You will be surprised to learnof
All parents, especially fathers home in Jacksonville and will be conditions; conditions that "I am very much interested in the I use
carry project through."I I be "Onward To Prosperity.
distance" in buying how little it cost to reach that
are invited to attend. The affair met by a committee from the you were not responsible for; the municipal rehabilitation now I t "long
will be held in the school local counciL had going in the am very much interested in and selling-while la collecting: friend or business associate in
audi- Preparations are your principal supports disap- on your city, prob- BENJAMIN LOPEZ
torium, where refreshments will now being made for her enter- I I peared. lem is stupendous, just what to your city. It is there where I got I low accounts, it has been another city with whom .yonI

be served after the regular seseion. tainment. "The loss of cigar factories and do and how to accomplish that my start in the service which I FUNERAL HOME I proved to be an effective and would like to talk.
have been in for ,
thirty-eight Established
I the sponging industry simply spelled which will bring Key West backto and in which I have succeeded years 49 YearsKey
Garden Club! Will I disaster to the population. The prosperity is a problem in. Oldest24Hoar I
wonderfully. My children': were Service Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Church Circle To closing down of the Naval Station deed. Can the cigar manufacturers ..Ambalaitee
Meet ThursdayThe that employed more than a hun- be induced to come back I born and partly raised there. Thereare I licensed Embalmer I !...,,,.,..<.4I

Hold MeetingThere I :dred people at times caused a financial can the sponging business again i I II many things that Key West Phone. US NiM) 696-W I ..n

regular meeting of the Key ., upheaval. I came first to become a financial success those .- -'--_._--- ,--- - "..-- ..
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will be a meeting of the West Garden Club postponedlast Key West in 1897. Key West was are the problems that have to be.. .

Daughters of the King of St. week will be held on Thurs- :then one of the most thriving I worked out. .

Paul's Church held on Wednesday day morning, February 14th at cities of the state. The manufacturing "I aril under the impressionthat

afternoon, beginning at 4:30 the Woman's Clubhouse on Divi- of high grade Havanas was I fishing on a large scale similar -

o'clock.An sion street. ; flourishing, which provided a large in nature to that of the fish- .

election of officers will be At this meeting plans will be pay roll for approximately ten : ing in the Columbia River, and .

held at this meeting it is stated perfected for the Flower Show to i thousand people. The activity on in Alaska would put the city backon ;. ,

and a request for a large attend- take place next week, and all .. the waterfront from the sponging the map. You have fish in Youst .

ance is made by those arrangingthe members are urged to be presentat industry was great. This industry abundance all the year around

proposed session. this important session. brought a large payroll; hundreds fish of all varieties, fish could be

of people were employed on sea shipped in cold storage to the

and land gathering and preparingthe northern markets, certain gradeof
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePERSONAL sponges for the market. The fish could be canned other

I MENTION fishing was also a very importantcog grades could probably be dry I. ;'
I in economic life of Key
......a.e.s..aa..............e..s..e.sJ they salted and some put up in oil or
West. brine. Southern California' madea
S. Rainey, agriculturist with Mrs. Rebecca Johnson! of Miami I "In my travels up and down success in canning Tuna fish, 1 flll-FLORIDA

the FERA who was in Miami on was an arrival yesterday andis the seaboard of the Atlantic from see no reason why Conchs cannotbe II .

business, returned yesterday.Mr. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maine to Florida, there never came canned same as clams and ,.
George B. Graham at the home on under my observation such a oysters. .

and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Fleming street. ? unique fish market that you havein f ,
Noted For Salmon
who were, spending several weeks: fN)& n,... (.s-11Li.s tILt your..,cjty..l. ,jiaverelatftdulua! .. "
at Islam>dat returned yester I'' ..iD\wi.I.T.aJICJr. former Key| ;,fish story many times to my i r ."Ketchikan< Alaska, is noted JOI

day. :'1. ;ItMrs. Wester,",who: ha&lbeen:making Iltis- ifrtends'that hsw0made in my for! \\ ..salmpn cannery, : .industry, '.,art .111': :r '. y '' 1 fttrrn .
.. (ravels When went to statistics has shown that therearea
,- ,home tin Miami for the past 18 : a person .J yuly. .
C. W. Goethe and children months'wasian arrival!Runday fort j jtnemarkeV for fisn"nebouEnniveJ : hprF} (;salmon 1 canned in this ...,'.../ :, ... 'p..f

who were spending:the:weekendat ''a visit;:withlbi> familytand fcft J ff!ink li.anl.araidthatrsemq ,oiJ.' :. . '-' -. .t _
Iklamora: liV returned,- yestej; yesterday afterooonur f><" .rD'| {[friends were skeptical .about this pi? Approximately I : five i thou ...... (
.. ,. 'isUrte'nienV'-and! 'Dl !seA' '.' % :sand than_. ;,any .other ;,'city'in the 't.gn9.a6 It'i UI
day. : h i ,' .c (}ii ,?. 11)) ..uiuu.Pt not, o: JI if as n ;world.. ...... 'Ii'l.' 'L ,, 111. ::1J I j
Why, not ,to
try make Key
r MissAnntf 'Mae1:-iTindef.1 'het! lpr\ ,fiih,tto 1u"'u: k ;" ,t' West _a" second Ketchikan. ..cnoaus '''

Mrs. Charles T. Grove and chil- brother. Meredith and Ed. Tan- I' About.Auction Houses realize that'salmon is.the )king of 1 : .E' VERB. man who k'eihis; living fn Florida -. i
dren, who were spending a vaca- ner, who were guests of Miss Fan- "I took great pleasure in ex- '
all fish. Still you have choice fish ; or anyone who derives benefits -.i
tion in Key West left yesterdayfor nie auction any
Roberts at her home 1022 plaining the houses along
their home in D. in your waters, and the variety is from Fl rida..wba'tever9ci, a, logical member .
Washington, Fleming street, left yesterday for Front street where, in my time, \
large to select from. It
C. Miami. a bunch of bananas five hands, may be of the All-Florida Committee., <' .
of interest to to .
you know that .
-- i could be bought for fifty cents. in Ketchikan in the winter of .kYou invest a dollar 'in' a years membership '.
Mrs. L. M. Pierce left yester I Mrs. Harold Thompson and The auction houses were of great s

day afternoon for Miami where she daughter, Miss Phyllis, who were;I II importance to the people, a large the 1933-1934 relief measure.there were The no one payroll on not for any altruistic motive but to help your'

will: be the guest for one weekof I visiting with relatives and friends sum of money changing hands elf, your own business or your own salary, It's ,

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and left, yesterday for the home in during the forenoon of Saturdays."The clock. a business dollar invested in a business proposition. '
Mrs. Leslie R. Curry. Miami.\ wrecking business playeda .'

i I great factor in the economic 666 6 6 6 COLDSFEVER The All-Florida Committee is a practical organisation i r i

Mrs. Paul Rosselle. who was Rabbi B. Mendell, of Miami, life of the city, today this is past and 'whose purpose is to use modern merchandising)methods: in f .;
pending a few days with relativesand who I history due to the excellent aids the of Florida's and ;
came to Key West to performthe selling assets advantages 'to,.the world., <.-. f
friends in Key West left yesterday ; ceremony of Brith-Mila on the to navigation established up and It believes that Florida be advertised.
for her home in Miami. down the Florida reefs by W. W. Lged Tellets first day must nationally,'just'as '1
.newborn son of Mr.\ and Mrs. Isa-I I "
dore'* Appelrouth left yesterday Demeritt, superintendent of light- Sal.. If...Dr.a HEADACHES any business concern must advertise itl-J>>roduct'to'seture'* : ," / i '

D. P. ease who was spending ,for his home.; houses. in 30 minute* I national gales. It '\ ,: . ... If..' f p' ",
"The and officials
a while as the guest of Roy ,, E. I county city ,. There .. ,. '
when they were compelled to ap- 'U" -t' ty are no profits for individuals. The dividends., are;the ' ".J'!" & '! ; l'. u J
Lade: manager of the Florid 'P bli John Gregory, former Key :> .(.: k. :! : -"..ti M --
I MONROE THEATERJoe J !' S / benefits obtained from increased. prosperity for theatateas:. .. tI. f1' .,
< Utilities plant in Key .West, Wester, who has been away for a I NOTICEI )r. .' 'x. 11 ... S :**,tf i! c.! 1.n.ihVC ;.undL
and .)Ir\\>. Lade, left yesterday; for number of years, arrived several E.. Brown in f '&. ',., . ...hol e. ..'..<> .'..,,..' __......1Co1'lX/i' :

Miami en route to his home in I days ago and is spending a vacation Albert Hall, will not be responsible SIX DAY BIKE RIDER :' v't ;>*- :. Florida needs constructive advertising. Everyone agrees4'to ""t r iG9' HO

Pittsburgh. t ,with 'relatives.: } for any debts incurred -AIsGSTRANGE j
-! i.- that. But Gl.J
at T wife WIVES to,be effective, it must_ be done by a unified Florida, ..., .I
HalL .
through my. . Evelyn 1 'ia. Y :'. ', '
Rev. J. A. Phillips presiding I FRUIT SHIPMENTAT febll-2tx Matinee: Balcony, 10e; Orvha. It6.-1J! n"r.; .. .. ''representing all sections and all interests ++ J. ; : __ -- '__ __,______,,_ ._. _
elder of Latin missions in Florida, tra, 15-20c; Night, 15-25c .., r \ '
s .J With -
left yesterday for Tampa after leadership'supplied by Florida's newspapers, the busi. Mobilization;;;; Week is Febrnarjr 4

several days in Key West with the LOWE'S VALENTINE DINNER ness-like and successful investment of advertising funds is, ., 25-March 2. Help unite :-

local congregations. STOREjLowe's KEY WESTCOLONIAL assured. j Florida progress under one 7''

Mrs. F. R. Dunnaway and son DANCEI HOTEL /Join the A 11-FId a Committee when the opportunity for ..erCi"banner. your for local a common chairman cause.ev

Frank, Jr., who were the guestsof Cash Grocery, 1117 Di- :vice is the greatest. Add your voice and your dollar to the most 'co-operation: Ie..
vision In the Center of the postu
street .
announced today
Mrs. Punnaway's mother, Mrs. I constructive, state-wide, civic endeavor in .Florida's history.1 1 .
Blanche Herrick and other rela- that the weekly fruit and vege-I FEBRUARY 14 Theater District :

tives' left yesterday afternoon for table truck will arrive tonight, . ; : ''' '
First Class-Fireproof- )
the home in Jacksonville. which is "
one day earlier than :. ' ,. .

usual. Dinner 7.8 Sensible Rates c4t/fEEkIIDA ; .... .. : ..!, 't ..
Mrs. Rebecca Kelly who was This shipment will include a Dancing 9.12 ,
spending a while with her sister, large COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN .
variety of both fruits and EE .

Mrs. Ellen S. Parks and other rela vegetables, which will be plated CASA MARINA Carafe Elevator . : COMMtjT }
tives and friends left yesterday on sale on arrival of the truck tonight '" :, _
"N" ..
$2.00 PER PERSON .
afternoon for Miami Popular Prices ;
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