The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00430
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 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: UF00048666:00430
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Service.Press Day Wire' .;,. bc lCJ Wtzt: ((iticn most Key West equable, Florida weather, has in the the 1,

For 55 Years Devoted to the : country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only Fahrenheit



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Some New Deal Activity Electric Chair On March 22
CHARLES NORMAN characters, were authorized to act ONMARCH 15

(Allocated Pro Staff Writer) I I ai intermediart's.i !

The story of headlinesthe -1 i Authorize 'Go-Between --- DEFENSE COUNSEL SAYS
Since World Court's Defeat ACTIVITIES IN INTEREST OF !| On that day March 5, the ATTRACTIONS WILL BE PUT I

Lindbergh case-broke with Lindberghs: once more i issued an SENTENCE
appeal through the :
... Hidden dramatic and heart-chill- newspapers

Watch LARGE GROUP OFmE.ISINcERS ing effect the night of March I, are unwilling to deal directly withus
Washington Keeps DRESSES MADE '
we fully authorize 'Salvy' PALM AVENUE THERE NO GOD IN HEAVEN?"

On ..JActiviti 'stYToI'Utidernllne''Admtllitr 1932. II' Spitaife and Irving Bitz to act as

; and At 11:02 p. in. The ''Associatedl'ress''bulletined''its'member go-between.. 'We will alto follow 1 ' There was an interesting \" other' method suggestedby March 15 will mark the ,
? papers any opening *
a trail u' well attended meeting held todayin be 'FLEMINGTON,1Feb.14..L.Bnmci Hituptn, nn"'woke
the can
FOPEETTAMANY'OI' kidnapers we
V ( connection with the Key West' : {I of the Grand Carnival to l>e from :
.win the of a fitful'slee 'tddayiae'tlemi'ondcmHcd to'die in
ARK March' sure bring return our, !
Prbj cts'" uNEW N. J., : 1.-. -
Rotary Club's regular luncheon child" given; by the Key West Fire Ie. '
The automatic 'minter to- in the electric chairMaicl i v22"fds1' '
which was presided over by Eddie ie police + > thcMter der of -" BabyLindbergh.
right broadcast a" report that the I I Their> efforts were fruitless. t rtinent. The date was announced -
FINEST VOICES ON Strunk president of the organiza-i .
BYRON;'PRICE' tion. I infant son of Col. "' Charles A.:' Meanwhile' 'ransom: notes were in a telegram received yester-
By ISLAND SELECTED FOR "PI. Lindbergh had been kidnaped Edward Reilly- chief' defenaea bumelhcharacteriied!
coming in . and finally there
present were
day Chief
t'rrnu, \\............) from the Lindbergh home at Hope- appeared on the stage Dr. JohnF. by Harry Baker from
RATES OF PENZANCE"NEXT Willard D. Marse Ashers Penn.; the conviction and sentence AS a "miscarriage of justice."
An extraordinarily large number Gerald E. Nash and Paul O. Gun- I well, N. J.. ("Jafsie") Condon, Bronx ed Benny Krause proprietor of the

of political powder keg are TUESDAY NIGHTA I kel, Welland, Ontario, and Barton !1 I This was followed immediately ucator whose advertisements in carnival company.The He and three associates prepared to ask a stay of sentence -
I Conn. The club's 'by additional bulletin matter: the Bronx Home News brought and start for
Chapin Madison location of the aggregationof machinery an appeal.
being buried thee, day around Milner and "News of the kidnaping was about payment of $50,000 in ran-
I guests were Mary I I entertainment features will Leon The sheriff said he would his prisoner the
tL. premise of the new deal. dozen and a half male singers Dr. Robert O. Van Deusen. Ed- verified to The Associated Press:,I som. move to
will make up the chorus of i I win Thanhauser was also a guestof I I'I I Iby one of Colonel Lindbergh's (One of the first witnessesfor Flagler's Field, with easy access death house in the. state prison at Trenton Saturday.Mrs. .
No one know whether any of Pirates, singing in the presentation I Rotarians.The ,closest friends. I the state' at the trial of to the grounds: available from

them actually will be touched off. of Gilbert and Sullivan's romantic -'I school committee was in I'i __Alarm Spread Rapidly I Bruno Richard: Hauptmann any point on Palm Avenue. Anna Hauptmann continued her mournful

,I opera, "Pirates of Pen-I: charge of the program, which was The alarm spread quickly over was Colonel Lindbergh. Defense After a number of sites were routine: of life behind drawn shades of her home. She
It il i notorious that moat such zance" which is to be presentednext << i i devoted to the Florida State College New Jersey and New York state(i:! Counsel Edward J. considered it was decided that this

Lomb never explode. Either Tuesday!: night at Battery I for Women at Tallahassee. . Ucilly asked! the flier: was the best place for the shows emerged once to hang a freshly washed sleeping suit of

Dillworth, in the Fort Taylor Rev. John Gckeler, chairman of: "Special: police squad cars were I' "Did it trike you as peculiar end C. L. Rcale. general managerof I her small son's on the backyard line. She was not allowedto

something goes wrong with the grounds. the program was the principal : fhot out over Jersey highways, that an ad should be the railroad who was in Key comfort visit her condemned husband.

mechanism, or the bomber get Many of the finest voices on speaker with Mrs. Mary Milner, i J and a close watch was placed over watched and immediately an- West this week readily consented or even
the island have been gathered together a graduate of the college giving ,! the Holland tunnel and various t I swered by the kidnapers if it to the use of the grounds when Hauptmann's mother in Germany asked: "Is there no

cold feet. to swell the beauty and, a very interesting and instructive ferries connecting the two states came from the Bronx News?" approached by Chief Baker. "
God in Heaven? and
Yet when one does let loose it I volume of those: who are taking j i i: talk on the. history and Police had blanket orders to stop To which Lindbergh re- Jut what will be the size of the wrote an appeal to President Roosevelt -

makes a lot of excitement. So part in the opera, which is to inaugurate -j I, ment of this institution. develOP-I' and search all cars of a suspicious plied: "We realized that after aggregation to be brought by Mr. i who has no veto power over the sentence meted out
Washington is deeply interested Key Wcbt'a "La Semana Bill Warren chairman character. this circumstance had orig- Krause has not been determined. .
and is watching very closely the Alegre," which will run throughout :' committee on the use of Bay view ,: "Meanwhile picked: detectives inally happened, the sequenceof Chief Baker told The' Citizen the r by sovereign,state

operations of those who are try- next week coming to a close Park to hold a carnival, made a ; went' into the underworld, on the I events woul probably be company is playing in Florida Reilly and associates ire confident that the state wills
Sunday night with Cuban memorial -' report and stated that no carnival peculiar not according to the now and will soon be in Fort Laud-
ing to undermine various administration clue.
T r<>jects;' Jieies'-and exercises observance of would Jbc held in that park. | alert"An"for Hour any later possible, at Englewood?j ordinary. logic of. life"). erdale. - have to help finance the appeal !planned .nl adjo the ...

personalities.The "El Grito de Bairc." President Eddie Strunk an-I N. J., Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow, Tragic Discovery May 12 As soon as it reaches that city public for a "Hauptmann Defense Fund" to carry on the .
nounced that at next week's luncheon -. I t the chief and a committee will
There are 11 persons who comprise widow of the late Senator Morrow -
situation<< is quite different The tragic finale was not longI fight.
the District Governor would; leave and. with Mr. Krause. talk I
the cast of but had received of her
principals the
from that of few months news and
a ago. be present to his official visit l I i I in coming On May 12, two over the number of attractions to "The Bruno Richard
pay fight to Hauptmann has
than CO additional save
Then, Mr. Roosevelt's opponentsdid more ones are the grandson's kidnaping in a tele-'I i half months after the kidnaping, West. I
very little boasting. For the included in the three choruses, pirates to Jim club.Day announced the forma phone conversation with Mrs. ,'I the fla>h went around the world: be brought to Key just begun," said Reilly. "It is one of the greatest mis

most part, they opposed him listlessly policemen and girls who are Anne Lindbergh.At I j I
tion of an Isaac Whalton league I "Trenton-Governor Moore an- carriages of justice when mob psychology
daughters of the major-general. overcomes
as if they were baying "We the same time Evange- NAME OFFICIALSIN
Chapter i in Key West and : Lindbergh baby found
know we're licked, but we have togo Members of the pirates chorus, all who wanted to become charter line'L. Lindbergh mother of : nounces dead." I judicial calm."
through with the motions of as announced today by Adrian J. Colonel Lindbergh, was told at :,:
members to sign their names CELEBRATIONTHREE United States Senator Warren Barbour of New Jersey
protesting anyway." Dornbush, general director of the I on the dotted line after the meet Detroit. It was reported that she. i 1 I| The relentless hunt and painstaking -

Now, whatever it may mean, opera are: Ralph Boyden, B. Cur was "greatly disturbed.." j.I tracing of ransom bills considered the verdict a fair warning to kidnapers to

those who want to change or even ry Moreno C. G. Hicks, N. B. Appeal By Radio And Press | finally snared Hauptmann.. alien avoid famed of his state.
defeat some of the major administration Shannahan Thomas Curry Ralph' ing.RAIMUNDO Porty-eight hours later the carpenter charged with the kid- TO REPRESENT CUBAIN justice

recommendations tol r'eal, Idilio Borgcs, John Bennet, AVILA Lindberghs authorized the following nap-murder. He was arrested ACTIVITIES OF LA The jury ended its forty-three days of enforced companionship

congress are talking as. if theyj Dr. B. R. Bales Andrew Braunn. radio broadcast: '1 I j September 19. 1934.: shortly before' noon when its individual members -
N. G. Maloney William Hoffman, "Colonel and Mrs. Lindberghnot ALEGRE'
really had a chance. Even that DIES LAST NIGHTFUNERAL I I SEMANA
much is something new. Townsend Morgan John Cordell. only wish but hope that who- AT FORT left the hotel for their homes under police escort.

I Astonished At DefeatIt Mr. Dunn J. T. Williams, Curry ever is in possession of the child FIRE ,
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Harris James will make effort to com 1--
and Burnett. every
seems to have started with Three high officials of the gov-
the senate roll call on the world With only a few days remain- SERVICES WERE i municate And still with the them.20-month-old son TAYLOR DOCK ernment have been designated as VARIOUS STAMPS VISITOR LANDS
ing before actual presentation of HERE a committee to represent Cuba in
court. the colorful opera takes place, the CONDUCTED of the flier, the "Eaglet," remained West the celebrationof
Key during
Aln atmosphere so funereal thatit I I the LARGE MARLIN ,
and choruses work- THIS MORNING among .
principals are of the fire departmentwarlled La Semana Alegre. beginning ,
was painful enveloped the anti- March 4, the Lindberghs Apparatus :
ing mornings afternoons and from Tuesday February 19. : r:11.: .
signal .
when U debate by a, &lU" ) '!
court ktart. aid.
men n.f> > turned the for
to !
ed. They began to take I nights. Rehearsals at the battery Raimundo Avila, 74 years old i" the newspapers kidnapers''t front- Rex114yabout) noon today, and Committee members will heJjrnMario I II' 'If n,v" ',-.' ..t...UI.,. "Ift r*
couragi An appeal to
which i is being used as background died 11 o'clock I last night hi''thq found one (rf the docks and boat! Fuentes Aguilcra. chiefof FRIDAY .LAST DAY1''FORtt'REEr = JAt4EN; BY fILBERT! BI

the vote .
as neared but the' , ,
even III Simonltir paged throughout country .
I fort/ tfy)) cage setting indicatethat home rear of 521 burning, I the bureau of statistics department ,1, nti ; I ; t
I ,,
mOlt ttherix'-'VJere' ''iitt!r1fAds '\i' was signed "Charles A: Lind house a the farahovrllAiiything street. ;
I performance is to be of education and orator of ; A
tonished\ when << finall ,her h" and l "Anne Lindbergh:" i I Aft r.fh-sbort time the flames
; :
\ J they; courj) those 'In Funeral services heM : jj "' '"
charge were I' the Grand Masonic Lodge Major! .
was beaten decisively. ..< A day later the underworMi were' 'xtinjui8he'.l Damages are ; 1 ATELIC SOCIETY I Ir ; ,,-,..., M, TICUT ".Ila'e! A'rlr
I 1'originally hoped, fqr. 10:30 o'clock this morning from .,. about i I j Crescendo Cabrera commander -Ii**
: mounted to' I "Ur n"vsinr.
tered the picture. Salvatore Spitaleand flail! to-.nave : : y; l h) "
A sizable revdlfl in in :
progress the Home to stMary's ., 4 !
Pritchard Funeral
'"" ." :": ', of the Army of Independence and nt / g"UI1" 0I 't "If!\ .',1
on the subject of I Irving Bitz, two New York $75.; : : ? l1'f r L : ."'
patronage) Cathotid "
Star of the Sea Dr., Juan Ramon O'Farrill, chair-I j
For the first time organized(,' OTHERS ATTENDBECK'S Church. Rev. A. L. Maureau"S'J. ----, - ---- man of the official delegation j The Key Wect Mltie f: 'Bringing tn'a 100-pound'' fi-

labor is actively on the warpath ., officiated.Mr. nominated by the government.This |ciety will offer free service to the lilt 7 1-2 feet long and thereby
against important features of the!I Iadnunigtration's BURIALIn i Avila is survived by his information is containedin I establishing a record for this kind
citizens for one more day exam.
labor pOJidt's'l] widow Elveia Avila; two sons, a letter from the state depart- : of fish for the season ,to date in
The war on Ickes, Farley | I Geraldo and Juan; one daughter.Mrs. ATTENTION ment to Harold Dallou, of the i: ing stamps brought to the s'i Key West is an accomplishment _'
berg, Tugwell and others very Paulina Nunez; three broth- local adminirtration.:: and extends j ciety's headquarters at 729:>> Unit- 1 jSaugettuck
addition to the listedas of which Gilbert B. Perkins of '
close to the President ] names ,
goes on 1 ers Albert Jose and Juan. and personal regards to Mr. Ballou ed street.
vigorously.This witnesses in the burial at sea three sisters Misses Charlotte Colonial Service Station and wishes. for a successful cele% No less than 934 stamps have Conn., is justly prond.Mr. .

is more surprising in view yesterday of Captain William \\1', America and Matilda Avila. bration. Perkins is an angler of note
Beck were Captain Francis I.t'i j CLARENCE CRUSOEIs been scrutinized. One woman
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of the almost universal expecta- and has caught of the more
two members of the United States resident advised to send four many
have tion that the new Mr.congress Roosevelt and the would remaking Marine Hospital staff and threeof I MAN STRICKEN Key West's Only FOUR BUILDING unusual was envelopes to a leading sporty fighting fish, but this marlin

the patients from that institu- Double Guarantee is one of the best he has
of labor and other policies Authorized company in New York as in the
firmly in the hollow of his hand. tion. RIDING IN CARFelix 1. Against All PERMITS ISSUED opinion of the official examiner caught. The fish was on exhibitionlast
: All arrangements in connectionwith GOODYEAR DEALER i night at the Gaza Marina
Awaiting Road there: covers may possibly have
the burial
I were prepared by hotel and was viewed by a number -
Of course there can be no cer- the hospital under the directionof Moran 928 Division FRESH STOCK of all size 2. Lifetime i i j'come. value. The Standard Postage of anglers.

tainty that this expectation may I Dr. E. II. Carries, surgeon in street, was stricken yesterday afternoon and types of Guarantee'GOODYBARrTIRES During the\ week ending F b- Stamp Catalogue; which lists all In company with Mr, Perkins i

not yet be fulfilled. The President's ; charge: it is shown with the while riding in'an automobile !' uary 14 there were four permitsfor known stamps ever' issued by any when the prize was caught, were
knowledge of practical politics Lopez Funeral Home having with Jose Darcelo of the .Pan- AND; building and repair work issued -t
.1 )fl'. and Mrs. C. H. Stuart and
is undisputed, and it is notice- of American :%T(1BES 'rCar'rie4 : from the office of country, docs not mention that
I charge preparing the body andtransporting airport. ... Harryakl'f I Philip Emerson.
able that he is consulting senators ; it to the boat on He was immediately removed "alt tune WoJ' I building inspector. Issues stamps of t.bis'foration have

and representatives constantly which it was taken to sea. from the car and an ambulancesent ,''Iti ," ,. -, '. ... were made for:, I been issued by the United States. I COW: FALLS IN WELL '

nowadays before taking action.It for. Lopez Funeral Homecar >. ': yy'A' Repairs,to roof of Curry Home Hence tfiere maybe- a chance that: ,
> > r
is noticeable also that few of I responded' and took Mr.loran WhenaBMlh+! G Jt v on Division street Owner, New- the lady)may eat:jf'in on her find MINONG, I
the attacks are directed at Mr. GET TICKETS NOWfor to the office of a physician. for, TIRES AIw y s Demiad A > V t ton Curry; cost, $50. although she ckutioned not to his arm fractured when a cow fell
Roosevelt himself. The dissenters attention WRITTEN'GUARANTEE -* i' General repairs to 819:>> Terry, was into a well in which he 'was digging

blame Mr. Farley for their pat IT'S YOUR PROTECTION! Lane. Owner, A Aguero; cost,' be overoptimistic.The near this! city., and the ani-
nonage troubles, Mr. Ickes for "Pirates of Penzance" I" $75. next regular meeting of mal's neck was broken.
their rebuffs at public works Mr. SPECIALFriday New roof at Elizabeth and the society: will be held at 7 p. m.
Richberg for mistakes which Colonial Service StationPhone Southard streets.
any Owner Carolyn:
Open-Air Performance and Saturday on Friday. Bernard J. Cruz will
may have been made with respectto I Bla'singame; cost, $zoo. KAPPA PI'S

labor. TUESDAY NIGHT, FEB. ORANGE and PINEAPPLE 397 Fleming Street t Repairs to floors at 1301 Du- speak -Commemorative Stamps VALENTINE
Thjs establishes! rather graphically 19 1935CALL LAYER: CAKES Of* 1 val street Owner J. C. Gardner;! of the United States." DANCE

just where the administration -I special l at ___.._ __ Owl/ Also Available AtAlbury's i cost, $75. i j In this meeting plans will be TONIGHT TILL T
line of defense lies. It is 1 620 I I completed for the big stamp and
Mr. Roosevelt's personal prestige I, MALONEY & PEACOCK Service Station Strictly Fresh Eff. Robert coin show planned for March .?, CUBAN CLUB ;

which now is depended on by hisj i For Information C12 Fleming St. Phone 818 Phone 444 Cor. Eaton and William Streets, Lwuf 1611 Vo. Phiater street.''''8, 9 and 10, featuring the educa- Ladies Free Casts 75c ,
| tional value of eolleding.J .
partisans to stop the fire I.LIUtsI I J < stamp .


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SUPPORT "LA SEMANA ALEGRE" ........................ "LA SEMANA ALEGRE"By "
Vtbt t D UMIrst ii!:4t3Publlahed e "

Today's HoroscopeAn ..Tasty Desserts Made With ( Billie Camero) QOOR CHILD ,
Dally Klcept Sunday By
West's "La Semana Alegre" beginning
Key All is in a hustle and bustle.To ,
2IIJ. CITIZEN PUBLISHING. CO, ISC. ....O ..... ..,. ., ..
** '... P. AUTMAA.< Prr.MBt. next Tuesday night, is an event intellectual person !is here Natural Pineapple Juicer prepare the city in rich /" AID THE: SCHOOL :

Corner From Greene Th* Citizen and Ann Building Street which can take its place among the outstanding indicated, with a scientific mind I r Jane RogersWE |I For the array bright and joyous dawn .'"- -'a'na'uuvCiuuTin rb..J d 11u...-._
to and ,
eager experiment, with N..MMr s-Rts..r.1 i.Me 1--
Of Key West's first day
entertainments of the south dur- fluency of expression. Under some are all very familiar, of .
In Key Weit and Monroe I Of joyous celebration; --- -
Only aspects!! it develop malicious : with the uses of sliced,
.County. ing the winter. Such a galaxy of ,entertainment may des Each is doing his utmostIn Rewards
diced and crashed pineapple In
tendency, which should be curbedto
entered at Key We t. Florida, as second class matter has never been offered here be- avoid danger; of frenzy, since serts of various kinds 'However, vC grand preparationFor I ean't think of a human trait
I the use of the natural unsweetenedJuice "La Semana Alegre"! objectionable than the "whatdo
FIFTY-SIXTH "VKAHUr I I fore, and local citizens especially shouldbe ?,:. unrestrained it might lead to of this fruit In making many i I get out of it" habit. We t be-
mania. delectable dessert Is comparativelynew This "Week of Joy" will be i introduced
tae A.a.elaled Pre. of the
kr ( come readily suspicious per
in attention the cook and house- '
taking pride the being to
Ihe Associated p,... I I. exclusively( entitled to use average - son who:>> always tarsi

,r or repuMlcailon not otherwise of credited all newt In di.this patche paper. credited and aU tIt focused on Key West because of it. LEGALS wife.- So, I am going to suggest here By "Pirates of Peniance:. ," or thinks "what i is

the local new published Ilere.aIIISClUI"TION IX TUB CIHCtlT COtllT OF THE a few desserts which I am certain A grand operettaWhich there in :Jt for me "-
< Particularly interesting is the stagingof \T\\'E\TIITII: : nnCUL litL'IT every member' of, the family will attaches much importance And yet aren't; vre
: RATES 01' TIIK STATE 01' FLORID And you may be sure they '
tae Year I -1110.0011a the "Pirates of Penzance", a famous, IN AMI FOR MON1IOR. :: 'Jtnjoy. and tested because I got )l a guilty"of breedingfast
(.0 each"new
Months To Key West's legends and his- into
Three Months 2.61v and colorful << written by Gilbert and ; > S. SPITZ.Complainant., them from "famous' chef and an .
One Month __ ..8kADnilTISI opera; I, COI\T".1 equally famous dietitian. Tho lat tory generation' of pod.

Weekly .2/ Sullivan. Its setting is at Penzance, tiny VS. f.rrrl...", mt . ter especially stressed the Import. Of the days before our' fathers ) ety? \Y at else can
I Certificate mmi Other ance and value of pineapple In the it be when we, tho
Made known On application.>G lUTES spot on the coast of Cornwall. Formerly, I LINDA A. GREKR et al. H.U.f'l diets of both children and adults. In the days of adventure and members of such'and such\ a ,dub.,

SI'KflAl MITICK Penzance was a British naval supply base, OF 7efendants.ORDER ' The natural Juice of this luscious! piracy. offer a five dollar gold piece for
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of I It appearing by the Hawaiian fruit Is now available M the best essay on some !avori."
. r..pectbltuar7 notices, etc, will !>. charge fur al but now it is a colony of artists, writers, I filed in the above stated cause.1) everywhere la containers: of various And in the days that follow topic? We give this and that for
. tLe rate of 10 cents a line. I that Linda A. Greer. sometimes, sizes. Will be celebrations'galore
Notices for entertainments: by churcnen from which and the like. An analogy can be drawn I known as Una A. Greer and ---I Pineapple Sabayon In our little Island! City art contests; trips to the big city
a revenue: Is to be derived are S cents a line. Creel, her husband If married and' to the pupil who !is first in something *
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus. with Key West. This winter's season in-. I alive are residents of the County) 2 en yolk That we'll remember forever sweat-
other. Banquets,
*.... of Issue and subjects of local I 2 tablespoon sugar or
public or general Philadelphia. State of T'ennsyl-j
dicates that Key West likewise is to become pf Pinch of salt more. and what not to
medals ,
it r*"t but It will not publish anonymous communlul' vanla and that a more particular] ;era, gold
.. a gathering spot for artists and place of residence or \ 1 teaspoon teaspoon lemon vanQlaI Jute Cook tapioca salt milk and plne- And Wednesday I will be children'sday members of winning athletic
Raid defendants Is unknown to complainant Pew drops flavoring; ; clasiroom
ram apple Juice In double boiler until teams. Right into the
writers. end If dead that the resljidence 'i cup Hawaiian pineapple Jules' Is clear, stir (The best of all!)
ii and whereabouts of their' Beat yolks ot eg$s until thick and tapioca frequently.Combine very it goes, with prizes for anything
.:. IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST But even m.ore essential at the momentis [ heirs devisees, grantees; or other creamy, add sugar and place la top yolk and sugar pouring a When the youngsters will have we want accomplished '
that Ho small amount of tapioca mixture
claimants unknown
are ;
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN of double boiler and continue to sway Little wonder that the individual
the patronage given to the open-air pre- ratioVal1a..e HarraMough and Mrs. aver the egg and sugar. Return to'double -
beat. Add the pineapple Juice And drill like soldiers straightand
\- UarraclouKh. his wife. If married boiler and cook: until thIck. develops the habit of analgzisgpersonal
sentation of the opera. The Florida ERAin and alive, are residents of the flavoring. Remove beater and stir en cL Remove from fire and add tall! 'I gain. We encourage him
[County of Philadelphia. State of well with a wooden spoon for 2 I '
1. Water and Sewerage. its rehabilitation program to make thisa Pennsylvania and that a more particular minutes longer. Keep water In bottom cocoanut. Cool and* fold. "la ere Hurrah for "La Semana to do just that. As a matter of

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- unique tourist resort, is spending a great dress known of to place said complainant of defendants residence, and or if is dead un ad-,, boiling of the point double or the boiler mixture below will the whites and 9 vanilla.aked Peaehft ..................Alegre"1 fact anyone of childhood who knows knows the that psy'eholegy if*

land. deal l of money here-not a small portion of? that the residence and whereabouts curdle. 12 medium aired peaches Today In History all thought of prizes is ,nmoyd
of their heirs devisees, grantees or Serve hot In small sherbet glasses '"t! cup nawaliaa plsesppls Juke and no' tradition bas been ,eitab-
which is for "La Semana Alegre" and the M i sugar ....
3. Free Port. ,
other unknown that ee.eee.i.ee.
; .aeeae
mft \ with few
Iloratiu tarracloaeh{ and Mrs.:-,.-1 a, lady fingers on tfco plate. Thin cream lashed\ children will! do things that
4. Hotels 'd'Apartm nts. "Pirates of Penzance". Harraclwucli. his wife, if married Hawaiian Cream. Pour boiling water ovef peaches; 1864-St. Louis founded. :are &interesting j just: for :.hc'V>ve of

. 5 Bathing 'pavilion i .. 1":" b'AJittoiiftXIand ;... The cast of "Pirates ;of Penzance'': and alive, are rt-sidentn of the 2 tablespoons minute, tapioca rub off skins and place peaches close doing them. ',Such u t.UJ.ic.tUl*.
Statq ofPnnslvaiMa
of Philadelphia' M salt
.. :.j 'r QtUfnty! teaspoon together in a baking dish. Sprinkle 1785-ieuiong. Eipperor of Of course;'not all thingsJtjtei-est-[
"I It largely% and that a more Partlcular -! I'i! cups Hawaiian pineapple Jules
6, ,. afhi. r \ of amateur makeup (although4 place> of residue or ii&-r 't cap milk scalded with sugar pour over the pineapple China, made a feast opt ,the ancients Ing to adults are attractive:to chil
:"t, ;>',1., and Sea. ; some of the participants have had wuje dress of Raid defendiKi/fls unknownto *1 etc tablespoons yolk silently sugar beaten juice, cover and bake about 20 minutes of 'the country, .,centenarians dren. 'We must take age nail stageof'development
. complainant and :/If dead that then remove cover and allow -
+ p- ; I abort ahr.4 eocoanut of rice into account.
"8. .''Consolidation% vof County and :'City proCessional experience) has been working; the residence' and whereabouts of 1 egg cup white, stiffly beaten fruit to brown slightly.. Serve hot receiving 60 bushels .
theca;,heirs devLsoeltrantees: or H teaspoon vaottlaKEY with, thin I cream.celebration : and two pieces .of silk, >all people? "'But In ordinary school work,
p t Governments. for to make the prpd other f'laimants.1'. unknown; that
,, ;-f _,. strenuously weeks c- the residence andt&tfjrtreabouts: of I exempted from taxes for the year 'children''wm give their bestf.for a
tion a success. Day and night rehearsalshave the defendants. D. McFarlane and which was the 50th ,of his',reign. teacher they like. And all the reward -
Mrs. McFarlane.( his wife If they want U a ''woJl dope,"
been in progress. Key West most as- married and alive and if dead their' '
: unknown heirs devisees, granteesor Birthday, met at the Cuban Club 1859-Oregon admitted, to or a "that's fine." It's that word
suredly should support this unusual pro- other claimants are unknown; WEST IN last night and made their reports. Statehood. 'of praise they seek simply a littlo

duction-unusual because it is in the That each of said known defendantsare All the show human recognition: of a job well
SIDELIGHTS open. over the age of twenty-one reports great activity Elisha of Chicago
DAYS GONE BY 1876-Dr. Gray
years and that there is no person or on the part of the membersand done, of something into which they
air at night in the middle of winter; and persons In the State of Florida the I I filed advance notice of intention put their best efforts.In : .
[ service of a summons in chanceryupon Happenings Here Just 10 Yean indications are that the celebration -
because this is the first time it has been to patent telephone. a few Ireland
nest article pro
'. By MARCY B. DARNALL whom will bind said defendants Ago Today Ai Taken From will be one of the best hours before Alexander" Graham depict
or any of them; that I a
staged in Key West. believes that there The Files Of The Citizen ever held in Key West. The committee '
Former Editor of The Key West Citiien unknown claimants are that the Bell filed a similar patent' -fought to aid in selecting a tala {fd f diet.
other having or expressed regrets
bitterly} for years in court with :
claiming an Interest in and to the local merchants have far failed
BACKWARD BOYSIt property described In complainant's Bell the ultimate.. winner. 1
night city council helda
A statistical shark gives the interest- bill of complaint, to-wit: to come up to expectations-I '
."On the Island of Upper special meeting to consider the garding their donations of prizes,
ing bit of information that on AUgust 31 Lot 3, Jones was killed by falling. The
}(atecumbe Part of offers which have BUFFALO, N. Y.-In order to
been made for
is not always; the boy who gives Hook E-5, Page 385. recorded In especially! ai the prizes were for officers were drowned. -
.1933, the Stevens hotel in Chicago, the Monroe County Records and being purchase of the delinquent tax the races between the paid and -- get enough money to finish his

largest hostelry in the world, housed 5,186 the brightest promise in early life who So. In Range Section 37 28.E..Township containingtwo 63 books of the city to Tax Collector volunteer firemen. Editorial Comment: One hun- college education Stanley Zuk,

persons, the greatest number ever to sleep reaches the greatest heights, as many illustrious and one half acres and Arthur Sheppard. It was decided dred and three years ago the Island ttar, fullback on the University of
more particularly described as to sell them to any person of Key West was cold for ?2',-
under roof examples may prove. In a recent follows: Buffalo, N. Y., football team, has
one anywhere at any time. Situate, lying and being in I who wishes to purchase! them. The U. S. S. Breck, one of thnavy's e 000. Two weeks ago a small part
lecture, Dr. Tregold, an eminent British the County of Monroe and State During the past week four strangers speediest destroyers arrived , of the island was sold for $500- admitted stealing and pawning

Official routine creates some odd expert on feeblemindedness, declared that of"Commencing Florida to-wit.; at an Iron bolt to Key West have called on in port shortly after noon I 000; in a few years a part of that, ten microscopes from the high
on the North Side of the Right I Mr. Sheppard asking informa today from Guantanamo will be sold for school where he was employed.aaa
situations. It caused Paul Hackett of Charles Darwin acid Sir Isaac Newton were for Bay,, a larger sum.
of Way of the Florida East teath r.BENJAMIN .
tion relative to the sale of tax Cuba, with the bodies'of two part-time
I --
Coast Railroad, said bolt beingon
Philadelphia to question his daughter as to both backward as children, and would the Eastern boundary of the I certificates of property which has commissioned officers and one en."i Miss! Sybil Russell entertained r --

her name, her age, her'place.of residence, probably have been considered subnormalby townsite of of Matecumbe.Islamorada Monroe on theIIIlan.l been taken over by the 'city' because listed man who were killed in ac. .a number of friends last night at LOPEZ

her parents' '.names and ages. She 'was present-day authorities.We County, Florida, from said bolt I of the failure of owners to f cidents at the Guantanamo naval the home in honor of her twentieth I FUNERAL) HOJKEEstablished
run N. H.'ly along said Right pay their, taxes. One of ,the proposed base while engaged in winter. birthday annivtr ar). A 49T.fr*
also be reminded Rich- of 189 at -
,applying for a marriage license, her may that Way feet.'thence run II OWes'tffHo
I right angles to said Right of purchasers was providedWith maneuvers. The' dead are Ensign guessing contest was held. Miss ic., Wet'
:father, being chief clerk of the marriage ard Brinsley Sheridan, the great dramatist, Way in a N.Vly direction a certified check and asked Elbert Palmer, attached to the i Elizabeth Bethel won the first .r 'A.1t."aea Service
483! feet, thence run at right ' "
I bureau.:!. was characterized by his own brilliant angles In a S. "".'Iy direction for immediate action. It was decided Richmond and Warrant Officer F. prize and Miss tyayfield Roberts LicensedPb Eaabals..r'
ill feet, to the boundary line to have CitY' Attorney J. W. Yurasko. Fireman Wilford W,. won the, booby prize. .... 138 I..t, U6Wt
mother as an "impenetrable dunce. Simi- of the tounsite of Islamorada.thenre ,
.. City folks who imagine the horse is at right angles along Lancelot Lester draw up the r_
lar stories are told of early on the said boundary line In a S. fly necessary resolutions to providefor

becomjng extinct would have been sur- of Sir Walter Scott Thackeray Wellington -! direction 483 feet, to starting the sale of the certificates. CII'I4TIII.lII.lIIIII.I."I.lI'.I'IIIj
part _
point and being part of Govt. I : .. a _ _ a a n ,. ,J
prised if they had witnessed a recent Cromwell, and even the great Ix.t !. Section 29. Township (3So \t- -: :
Range 37 E.. containing
A binder has been
horse auction in Billings, Cont:, when 1- two and one half acres more or !1 put up by
Napoleon.Our .
leas." | II. Markowitz and Charles Ma- '
004 horses were sold in a single day, said own General Grant, while always It H therefore Ordered and said loney for the prchace! of a tractof

to be an all-time record for a one-day mentally alert, was a ne'er-do-well I defendants known Linda as Llna A. Greer.A. Greer sometimes and- land at Peter's Point, comprising i i'i''I
Greer, her husband If married 44 lots owned by the Monroe
sale. during a part of his life and although he and alive heirs, and, devisees If dead grantees their unknown or- Investment company. The property

had performed creditable service in the other claimants; Horatio Wallace in question is, that which the Boy- .
Harris Bark 21 of Muskogee Okla. KarraclouRh and Mrs. Rarra-
sen Company started to improveone
Mexican from the in
war, resigned Army dough his wife If married and
is one of the comparatively few persons alive, and if dead their unknown year ago. Since the boom :: ,.. .I '
1854, and at the outbreak of the Civil War I helm. devisees, grantees or other started"Peter's Point, because 'of 'hl .1 '.w ,Ir '''{ '' '"
whose hearts are on the right side of the claimants Horatio Barraclough
was a clerk in a store at Galena, 111. Yet and Mrs. Karraclough. his wife. its ideal locaction for a hotel and
body, and to this circumstances he prob- If married and alive, and if dead bungalows has decidedly increased o 1
he became the first ever to hold, rank their unknown heirs devisees,
ably owes his life. Recently he was shotin in United States grantees or other claimants: D. MC- in importance and, therefore,
of full the
a general Army '
Farlane and Mrs. McFarlane, value.
the left shoulder, the bullet, rangingdownwardt0hC his wife, if married and alive, and 1
and was eight years. if dead their unknown heirs, devisees -I We extend. you p pordjal I.invitation
Sp/tlVfTiqrjfe: one's heart is These examples, with many others grantees or pther claimants; Following a conspiracy to violate 1 1ATTENTION )

supposed probably to Jo.::''. ti&gj&j. $| $- tbeniJso*&$& hewill :which might be cited, should be encouraging ; and the having property all or other claiming herein unk\lo\"n'an described interest claimant.a ,,.tie to warrants= the national were issued prohibition this mornr' ,act: to drop }pi and look over. .our''' cpnjplete! ;;;:;'. I"' I.

. to those who may be considered W-{ and they are hereby required to appear ing fpr the arrest of several offenders
tei :; ::::. ,( ..' to the bill of ronttJaint filed S line of necessities for : Ill,ft w) ft" t i.: !
X: ..., .,.:AI' low the average during their school years., in the above statedfcaup, GIf b.- who were taken in .custody ; ourQME ,1 i- ,
"" > '
Peggy .to.r az wh "many 1,rr Monday, tht 4tti' But they do not necessarily indicate A. D. 1935. otherwise the allfgaUonsiof -
jnarriages should. make, her an authority. said bill twill be taken .. Lopez.. Thej( were takjgn before< I":6n the subjecCof'husbaiius.lRays) :: :***fiT" that because a youngster is a dumbbqlfHe1K confessed by said defendants i tIt > .lssloner! \ j C. P.odney.L: im 'r .
If husbands
: Ml Isffiirthef OrtUredtllhat j Jtljl!* ,
i b .
tqd' '
> ot'4appearance .
assured of a brilliant future. Order "e published once each wefelr. ; 1
were clever they would never let us for four consecutive weeks In'The ht'the next term of United States S 'rt ("

see them when they awake in the morning Key West Citizen, a newspaper published court. All of the cases and a num- ,
In Monroe County Florida.
NEW EASTER DATE Dated this 30th day of JanuaryA ber of others are scheduled for
for that is a time a woman thinks. DISHES AND UTENSILSfor
I) 1935.SEAL trial at the term of the court on "I
And possibly it works the other way ( ) ROSS C. SAWYER February 16.
Many times it has been proposed to Clerk Circuit Court Monroe County
around, also.Joseph Jo'la.AQUILINO.
establish a more nearly uniform date for Solicitor for LOPEZ.Complainant.JR., The various committees work ygur Dining Room and Kitchen

M. Tantleff of Brooklyn often Easter Sunday, but tradition and customare ,: JanSl; fen7-14-21-28:! ing on the plans for the proposed I

I hard to so the old methodof ---
failed to "obey that impulse, and now : overcome

regrets it. Although his wife frequently calculation, established by the Councilof CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I

provoked him 'to wrath, and, he was I; Nice more than 1,600 years ago, still THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF J

tempted to lay violent hands on her, he i prevails. KEY WESTas I! SEEDS FERTILIZERAND I.

declares he never did. When she sued for I Under this system Easter may fall as at. ,the close of business -December. 31, 1934

divorce, he said sadly: "I'm sorry I didn't early as March\ 22 or as late as April 25, Comptroller's RESOURCESLoans Call I .

give her a good beating; it might have. and all moveable feasts of the church are and Investments $ 305,639.43

helped her." governed by the date of Easter. Oyerdrafts,,:. _.. ...-._.., ', 71.61 I GARDEN TOOLSfor

The British House of Commons once Banking House, Furniture '
and Fixtures. 33082.33
Most Americans know George Washington passed a bill proposing that Jhe I legal date Bonds of States and Pos '
for and '
sessions of the United your Lawn Garden( 1
was versatile and engaged in many of Easter be the first Sunday > after the .
States .._._. :. 139.370.6g ,
activities. But probably few know that second Saturday in April. It was not intended Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03

he was once a book agent, and canvassedfor that the British ,should try .to put Stock of the Federal Rea" :7 -: .- '. I '
serve Bank .-_.--.-.-. ,__ 6,000.00, -9'- .-
a book entitled. "The American this proposal into effect alone, but the i idea Temporary Federal De-' '- -

.. ,,, _
" "'M"4..rv. .. ,
Insurance 1,954.01 -!
Savage; How He May Be Tamed By the was to call a world conference to consider posit I ;
United States Govern
Weapons of Civilization," of which he sold. joint action of the nations on the subject. ment Obligations direct I .

about 250 copies. There are many reasons, business and and fully.' '' guar-' 'I
anteed $832.744.73Cash

social to commend the new plan, but? inasmuch ,and, .due. from Banks 495,168.97 1,327,913.70 I .

Ted Cook of the New York American as such an innovation would clash $$1,888,235.7 Seflth FJerida Contractiig & eeri g t;,

credits Arkansas is "
an : editor with this exquisite with long established religious custom it LIABILITIES. 1

example of journalistic tact: liss doubtful that it will be able to command? Capital Z 100000.00 etiokass! Wtoe ad Eljia Sbteb 1

Beulah Smith, a Batesville belle of 20 sum- support in ecclesiastical circles. Without. Circulation Surplus and Undivided. Profits 1 00.0 55,007"0 a..oo I '-oMr home j s worthy of the 'best"' 149rrd4

mers, is visiting her twin brother aged such support it could not be given practical I Deposits .. 1,633,228.37 .

effect. -:_;--' ......- : .. - ,. .' "" 1.8. 8,235.19"' "I 4f''I':'' #l''If.I ,''.If' $

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I "tt,. Today'sAnniversaries 18./1897.. i

'A'RAPID-fin ROMAN6t BY EVAN EYANS, r . 1847-Anna Howard Shaw
. }
Methodist .
preacher, physician
turtle l2ca;...1ateo Robin l J2nt.ru.Uood. sad th. deep end half whining. And the girl SPOR T.S SS.......e....)*....!.!.,! leader in the woman suffrage

rrotrtjfctcvcl.,C'c giganticriar.. laughed while Montana clipped back I MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY 1766 William Coleman noted movement; lecturer, born in Eng
lire Irrrd tht .Montana Kid touth- Inside his clothes,the gun he had 1 '
tao Mexico'to that ht trill kelp . New York City Federalist, journalist land. Died at Moylan. PL. July
Metro deal bark Ike emerald croon drawn. FIVE TO PLAY LOCAL and editor of his '!day born in 2,' 1919.
Af Our Lady.stole* Of'fgf.allJl/rorA Jle left his mare at the foot of an .
thf ctrrch in Dttrnj/a J>y the goverjor. SCHOOL CAGERS Boston. Died in New York. July I
stairs that
Tttt Kid Red ,It. rutted open angled up the wall.: .. 13, 1829. 1856-Frank Harris, author
Sates because JUateoi teheuiet Sally rubbed her'muzde
against his '
fat kirn: outtU '''law. But thfrfe shoulder. lIe could see the dim born, in Ireland/ Died in ,France
ttato ha it .o e' at Miguel Aug. 26, 1931.1864Israel.
$ ido.' lea in Puraya Jtottta, her eyes. She blew out a lone Key West High School basketball -, 1$17-Frederick Douglass, the 11
her tf'1l.ltC'ir.roan' a fotctr i..fkt Muck 0/ breath on him. and stamped as LOPEZ DEFEATS NEBO-WADE BOUT DIAMONDBALL 'five will play the 'Miami Military -' Southern slave who escaped- to the

though to make clear that she did i Academy outfit Friday night North, and became celebrated I Zangwill, English

Charter 12 not wish to be left alone in this BUSY BEE IP IN PUT OFF OTHERBOUTSPLANNED TILTS TONIGHT at the local school gym. abolitionist orator newspaper I author' and Jewish 'leader, born.
Died Aug. 1 1926.
AT THE INN strange place: 'But the girl was already . ; .. .' The academy boys play a fast. publisher, marshal and. diplomat,
a few steps up the stairs and born near Easton, Md. Died near '
B EYIDD a certain point of time, Montana. follow ed. D1AMONDBALLCONTEST I breaking zone defense game on system the offense identical anda to Washington D. C., Feb. :20, 1895. I Subscribe, to The Citizen, ,

no one .knew: the past of Santos. At the top landing she pushed t: :I' There will be a doubleheader that used by the Conchs. Conse- 1 1- ,
There );WJMJ a horrible rurnpr to the open a door. He followed her right --:- I of diamondball ,Bayview Park quently the spectators will see 1824-Winfield Scott? Hancock, KEY WESTCOLONIAL
effect: that 'not time but torment.. Into thick darkness. lIe could hear I tonight beginning at 7 o'oclck by
hal) worked the evil l pattern la''the her breathing, close to him. If this DECIDED IN LAST I BABY FACE.ROJAS, AND. JOE the Junior League. two teams using identical systemson Union general unsuccessful.Dem- . .HOTEL
1 I the offense and defense. ocratic candidate for President in --**
face of Miguel Santos. It was even were trap. the shutting of the door
INNING; INTERESTING TILT RAMIREZ WILL FIGHT IN ,The first will be between Coach Huddleston 1880 born at
game states his Montgomery Square,
said though this was a thing that would wall him away forever from I In the Center of the, Businessand ...
toe world that'had known him. He ENDS :the Bromo Kolas and Cuban Lodge I team is hard hit this week with Pa. Died Feb. 9, 1886. :
no .one really.believed.that lie had IN FINAL SCORE OF I MAIN GO AT SCHOOL! GYM Theater District!
lost his leg In escaping. from the Val. looked back for.an Instant Into his II I I and the second, Gates Stars and illness.: Knowles, Anderson and

Icy cf the Dead.' past and'saw the faces of men. savage 3TO2 I MONDAY NIGHT i Cuban Club. Ed. Woodson have colds which 1833-William W. Folwell first I First CU._Fireproof-

But men did not escape from the or laughing and the broad, com I might keep them out of the game president of the University''of, Sensible Rates

Valley, of. the Dead. It was against Portable facade of the J.avery home :STILL; WO'R HOWEVER Friday night and Smith Rosam Minnesota, author born at Romulus -] .

chance and against thought that and Ruth Lavery last of all.But even The Lopez; Funeral Home dia!I (By OSCAR PITA) I and J. Woodson are still feeling N. Y. Died Sept 18, '1929.; COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN

anything human could Nape from out of the darkness ot this moment; mondball ten "buried" the Busy i The Pete Nebo-Jimmy Wade LONDON-Miss; May Sutherland the effects of a recent cold.

that ,,guarded pit of destruction he, had no regret. Bee outfit last night at the Bay-! boxing contest which was to be of this city has produced a However whoever plays the 1S42-Juliet Corson pioneer Garage Elevator.

far .in, ,the, so.uth. where men and Then a match was scratched. The view Park field. The Embalmers,I staged at the high school gym : successful novel but continues to Conchs will display the usual hard teacher of cooking'in the schools Popular Price,

women were made: into animals and blue spurt of the.lIame showed himonly however had a tough job duringit i Monday night was called off or I work as a stenographer. playing they have in past games. of America and Canada, born in
the face and the slender handsof
sold for labor'on the tobacco I
plan "
the tussle decided I
as was in other words postponed until -
tations. the girl at first They'were the --
hands of an aristocrat; the touch ot until the last inning when after 11'' Monday February 25.

Women" lived there for two years them had been" so soft that it was the score; had remained tied up Nebo does not find himself in

or hree.; A strong man' had been plain fihe had worked most of her since the fifth inning the Fun-: the condition that is required to
known to endure for as much dsseven life with her smile and her eral Homers were able to push this till
eyes meet boy Wade who turns .invlE:
.or',eight'r r, Hut that was \
rather than with !her fingers.The'flame a "red devil" over the home pan:
theJUmlt . up to be one of the.best promi! !'!jngin 1..1 E. 10" .....
'f ,4 l burnedyellow.; He sawa to take the lead and theirgame.The .] ht\telgbtJ Florida 1( "_'"' .
:!, barring __h .. .
... ,
Yet if not
Miguel Santos had : ,
\ es room with two windows, lace cur- final score'was 3 to 2. j nonean.: : {1 if': 1 p IS eo i.8praa! <1 3 mil itWut t ewaed T ttM a,
caped from the Valley of Jha Dead, I fr.1. rt
tains across them back with yel len ,
then tartly ,he,had ,been through 10W'tI'bbolns. There 'old four- The Lopez ,scored the first Rather than l eta. week pasa by -
was an
some: frightful i experinnca:earlj* In po'sRe!'bed. The floor sagged a'goodbifiinder'tbe run of the'g me in the second :' without 'a fight "tji'e.} ,/promoters> : ( a t.tad r

his'11fe. iie'uiightbe.fiftyAow> B lat. centnry-old weight of Frame, when Sterling, who had : have arranged to l have:Baby! ': Fare s.td --

t"nty.rears ago,'when h4 flratjap4 It A'Httle! porcelain stove glittered; gotten to third by virtue of' in-I I Rojas the hard-hittiiwiid, bull .

>eore4 in p.JrQ ,ha.hai pjipea.redi yellow and white in a corner.THE gle passed' ball and suclilatime\dit's? :I I from Log Pinos, jstacJfMJjTagainst': a

i almost exactly, p 4 as ha.irafl. now.: i. home on a wild pitch the rough and t turnbte{ punching 1e l l.i.

lie had! enough money to open the girl was lifting the chimney In the fourth inning the Embalpiers dynamo Joe Ramirez of Miami
... rv.
Inn; ,)be had enough money to persuade a lamp on the table.The flame scored another tally this I and Key West. Joe and Rojas was r

a pretty: girl to marry him. ran across the wick. A white spot time by Ubieta who also got on I to fight the semifinal to the Pete

Roslta was born and her mother of light sprang out on the ceiling as base by a single and went to <={'c'j Nebo-Jimmy Wade battle but

died shortly after because it was she pressed the chimney down. The ond and third on successive wild 1 since the top notch scrap had to ,N

said, she could not endnre the ugly whole room was warmly involved in pitches and scoring after the be put off until a later date because tt
torment which was printed foreverIn radiance that let him see all of the catch was made of Kerr's fly to I I of Pete's condition, 'this I
the face of Miguel.On girl for the first time. :
center.In pair have been selected to top this
this night when he heard the, She was blowing out the match, I the fifth the Bakers finally week's card.
song which ended with the name ofnoslta. knocking a thin shower of sparks
I woke up to the fact that the game Rojas and Ramirez will give the
,I Miguel Santos, instantly left off the charred wood with her
I was being lost and something had fans a great battle they are both
\he rear gaming( room and hurried, breath.Her eyes were down; she was i I t
to be done quick. Whereupon they hard hitters and willing fighters. l ts
forward walking; ,with a certain i being looked at .1
swing which kept the wooden leg Ineffective Well she was worth seeing. She set the machinery to going at top Ramirez proved to the fans that

motion for long striding. had no place in a room like this. speed and Feored two runs to tie he stacks a wallop like nobody's

Moving with a peculiar hitch and She looked no more at home here the score and held the count that business when he almost koed

sway he could get about almost as than a great opera singer doing a way until the last frame. John Nebo in lasts week's final. "
well as a normal man of his years. .one-night stand in the sticks. The Bees scored their runs in Ramirez wants a return bout with'
When<<: he came into the front room; ,'Sit' down, sector," said the girl. this manner: Pena, first man up John and this he will get if he can THEANWERI 1

he had a mere glimpse of Roslta "My father will come at once. There. in the fifth inning, walked. Higgs prove himself by whipping Rojas is:

disappearing through the front -you hear him on the stairs knocked out a home run to right which will be a mighty'hard job. 4

door Montana heard the bump and center, scoring Pena ahead of Rojas is going great this year hav- ? t
"The little bird heard some one pause of sound as the wooden leg ing scored two successive knock- ,
him. They tied the core as tTIRESmefa
whistle." said a till young: caballeroat labored up the way. The girl put her that but failed to make easyas any',out victories in as many bouts.A 'iresone 'j\ .
one f'the tables. Then he head to'one side and sighed. She good supporting card is in the
"loaves of tread.
laughed; his breath knocking a rag seemed to be' pitying the effort of more
ged bole Izi.1wmokY air her !father and jet she)kept smiling, J In,the< final frame the Embalm- making.

Miguel l Santos .went straight, on as though she had learned one l lesson ers"woh the contest in"this-wy:
and through the door into the street so thoroughly that she would never Ubieta hit to Acosta who fumbledthe :PLACES: ATTACHMENT

,There he'saw the mare the girl,'the be able to forget itRosita ball. Kerr hit to Lucilo who # jfl'J'v

man. The rider had dismounted. A you're a dancer eh?" also made an l'rror-it was an easy BUDAPEST, Hungary-Charging .

dim hint of light sparkled over the said he."Who. double play. Then Sterling hit the that Dr. Joseph M. Kolischowes

little silver spangles of his outfit: has told you that?" she. pill for a double to right field, her $800 for services.. Dr.
the same light gleamed on the red asked him. Ubieta scoring the winning! tally. Helen Mayor, of this city has attached AID 'T OI. .

shin rt the mare's flank. I "J-ast; because there's a song about The best hitters were Sterling, the urn containing the I

The eye of Miguel was far sharper: you. That old song, Roalta." with two singles and a double in ashes of Dr. Kolisch's wife for Check over the list of important! features.; you

than a hawk's when he looked into 'Song?" she echoed tilting her three tries, followed by Hale,I the debt. want in a tire. You'll find i_ them all ,only:>> in Firestone,? I
certain matters. Now he was able tosco
with two singles in three times up. I Tires.
the wide shoulders the lofty carriage lie sang to her his second song. Roberts and I
Pena played
the faintly gleaming smile of Although he suppressed the strengthof In England a yearly govern
the man. And he felt the stranger's his voice, the resonance vibrated great game for the Bees in the J ment tax is levied against all pe!. LOOK AT THE RECORDS;, i "
field and Ubieta and Hale for the
Importance as! though the voice of a Intimately through the room. The sons, operating radio receivingsets. '
Funeral Homers. Sift out the claims and buy on performance. Qnly
crier had struck suddenly upon his meaning of the words ran somewhatlike ,
ear. this: Machin and Roberts rival right one tire stands out Firestone 'The Masterpiece of

"Will you smoker tho .girl, was "You have seen the stream leap. fielders, made some wonderful by Gates 2; bases on balls: off Tire Construction.
saying. And the trout spring in the current. catches during the course of the Lunn 2. off Gates 1; wild pitches! :

"Who would light a match In a And the water-ouzel wing throughthe game. Lunn 1, Gates 7; double plays: Only Firestone<<:>> Tires have these construction\
dark street answered the strangcr. spray Score by innings: R. II. E. Sterling to Baker, Castro to features that make world records possible.
But I have seen Jloslta dancing. Bees .,_ 000 020 000-2 4 5 Acosta to Pena. Roberts to Lucilo :

Something !in the words 'some Dancing,dancing: ,dancing,dancing. Lopez ...' 010 100 001-3 9 3 'Ubieta to Hale to Sterling; left Gum-Dipping, the patented Firestone Extra
thing In the voice, clung to the memory Batteries: W. Gates and Al
I on bases: Busy Bee 5, Lopez 8
; .
of Miguel lie came closer. "You have seen the wind blow out of bury; A. Lunn and Ingraham. I{ time of game: 1:15: ; umpires: Process where cotton; absorbs liquid rubber, makinga

"Do you know this man!" he heaven Summary: Errors: Acosta 2,I Lopez and Gonzalez., ,Standing of 1 single! heat-resisting unit that ;ices maximumblowout ;; .
And the leaves whirling round inN
asked of Roslta. Lucilo 3, Baker, Ubieta 'Yeet-1 clubs.: ,,W. .L. ''pct.!I protection.
"Somea her. .I.haft Ju'lmvn hIll1 J.hfi\i Jnd-pool, i
J.'I.J 1U 'Hut'you have never'laughed with ing; home run: Higgs; t'rliliase j Busy Bee .......-'--1,5, ,,3 ..625 It
1 i said the girL hits: Hale. Sterling; sacrifice:' lhjt t: I Lopez Funeral Home, 5 ,2. .625 I I Scientific INo iiflrr giving maximum! ,
1 J I Miguel could smell Santos the came reek.ia bf( \UJ
In; horse. Dancing dancing dancing danc .. .I -......i-T t. 'Climb for eight consecutive y ears. 't t 't
.*. I .. a I vd t .
"Who are your he asked.T ing. m ; "-0- ""
As the'first words came from his ., A;)leading. university> ,.in exhaustive tests proved that this? .

I t HEY went Into the little patio of lips, she began to sway her head a design will stop your car from 15 fi to 25% !quicker. .. ? -

the Inn. On one side of the court little with the rhythm of the music WE CALL I ATTENTION< '

was the barn and stables to accom- until the lights quivered along her Drive with Championship Performance: --Drive with I 12e lit T BE THATWQflEASES

modate the horses and mules of throat and the rose in her hair Firestone.. 1'1" ,. .- ,
travelers ,The the nodded a trifle as though in agreement 1 I i
larger wing was

"hotel-saloon. TO WINDSOR'S AGE * * Listen to the Voice of Flrettone featuring Rlfhard : THE
They crossed the Inclosure with The grating knob of the door as Gook r Clatlyt SuarUumt, or Nelson Eddy-every Monday night over .
nothing but starlight to show the It turned ended the'Bong and the N. B. .C. -.WE F Network .- A Five Star ProgramTirtotie

way so Rosita took the hand of Montana slight flexion of her accompaniment. c' -

and led him. In that manner Miguel Santos ramednto the room. _. : , MILEAGE I

he was able to pass: a broken-down He was : cotton i 1 S

(cart a pile of nameless, junk the trousers and a clean white apron I f
curbstones and wooden top of a W1L but nothing could make him look 1I"'Oft, "r..f...

Anything might happen" here. Out the part of a bartender. Read the
might start Inside the door be paused for a Label SPARK
of the dark litter men ; SEUIYffLEMHMF
starlight would hardly show the moment and stared at the stranger. ''t

knles'with which all Mexicans Lines not only seamed the face of Compare Windsor' age with any other ,: PLUGSOutstanding HEAVY ItH! TEES ,,"S ,

know how to work. Once he snatched :Miguel but also cross-checked It. straight whiskey In its price class. Then 1A1
Montana looked at him One of
The closer the eomraonestcacsee
his hand from the soft fingers of the : have one drink and compare Windsor '
the older he seemed. of rapid tire wear UnndfrtnlUUon m.
the _
girl when something moved on \ /or taste. You'll understand quality and caused B Udcpnofnacbprpof
by aireeptaf
ground.It (Copyright. ttU. Harper t Broth) latteriesBuilt construction.Dpuble' "
this National through; the f .
that why low-priced I : sealed poree
grunting pig ,
was only a .....
got out of the way with a voice half his Tomorrow purpot to Montana Santos. conf Distillers* brand has become of highest quality material against' power the tube Firestone eeale B KtsistCvtsleakage. ,

-' _.. -.;.-,; .1------. _!_ so tremendously popular! with the pjoat' ,. modern add workmen.efficient 58C. l o...' Specialelectrodei and .uereompGll.Dd.pr these'tdtb epedal!Dtlo. -B". ,>1% fhId.T r---_
equipment, by skilled ;
,. Nis beat resistingporcelain. .prorJdin*,constant. AD-tvfabw ,
.1 XfIr
... ,
S S S f C f brook N. Y., dramatist born in Anaizes! and.type; pre+.atr Increasing lI "J. v

Today's Birthdays; ;: I I England C4 years ago. -s to meet yonf' tire. --8em.eTI e tube.U thicker nJ pinehpiwrfmade'pf
We also the .
ems'r' carry ,
need*.. cut-resisting. tough. .black. tread.
....a...... .. a.. l....I I Dr. Frederick B.Fhhes.ME.,, r FIRESTONE I' 545' famoue Mane one-piece Plug. 't fall.. ,*' -
Hear: Admiral William C. Watts.!I clergyman of Ann Arbor. Mich.. BATTERIES Dependable lea. AD.PSI5% rgTI.? MJUEA9

U. S. N, born in Philadelphia, 55 born at Grecncastle Pa., 53 )ears economical.. -. . -
as tew_as erriee._ 3..51.00I'
jears Igo.Judge ago. 10O PROOF -

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Thomas EL Williams of Bishop Wyatt Prown, P. E. \I. .

Lnuist ilte! Ill. of the U. S. Court bishop of Harrisburg Pa., born at WINDSORSTRAIGHT

years of Claims aR'o.Gf'orge. born at Louisville, (03 Eufaula: Ala. 51 years ago. I TIRE SIWPS

Dr. Robert E. Park, Universityof I ', .
Jean Nathan of New Chicago's professor emeritus of ;, RAYMOND CUjRRY, Maayer, :. "

York dramatic critic author bornat sociology, born in Luzerne Co.. WHISKEY
)Ft. Wayne InJ. 53 yean ago. Pa., 71 years ago.Subscribeto'The. PENN-MARYtAND CORPORATION ', : ,, ;,

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................................................. TION OF SINKING OF TRIED IN CRIMINAL MEETING OF COMMIS. F>RED TO BE IN KEY SPENT FIVE WEEKS IN sons. Mrs. Parsons was formerlyMiss :
I Ruby McNamara, of Key


I Accompanying them on the tripas

Being Delightful Affair II. McCalla Camp Number An information was filed in At the regular meeting of the Everything was ready today for Mr. and Mrs. rj;. A. Otis of far as Miami ness Mrs. Otis'
criminal court this morning by Mrs. William Barker who
I 5, United Spanish War Veterans, board, of county commissioners the entertainment of members of Omaha, Nebraska, left over the aunt.

''Royalty will be represented-at -Plans have now been completed, will 'hold their annualservices tomorrow I charging County I Solicitor.Arthur Thompson Aquilino ,Lopez aliasNosey 1 I!last. night' it .was,, announced that the Committee'. .*x of One Hundredof : hlghwa'everal. (days ago, after will visit relatives for a few weeks.

the Valentine Ball to be held tonight a special entertainment in the commemorating the sink with setting ,fire on July employes' and creditors. drawing Miamiho'will be in Key West'' tpendirrp: five weeks with Mrs.
at Casa Marina in the form of unusual dinner floor ing of the U. S. Battleship Maine 12 compensation from' the General Otis' cousin Mrs. Eugene Albury,
per- an 1933to. ,rthe home pf Luther tomorrow for the aay. f
in the harbor of Havana, February ": .Revenue Fund would receive :530) Fleming street This is their PA L.A CE
eon of the Duke of Arcos nephew'of show and a dance program follow. Pinder oSo h'street.. 1 ij I 1 pay William IJ. Porter president of1!
the former King Alfonso of ing dinner will be .presented! ,. and 15, 1898.. All veteransindthe Investigation of the fire t was for the ,month of*,March, 1934. the First National Bank, who first : first visit to Key West since they Tom Tyler in

Spain. The Duke is a guest at;it is expected ,that an ,eminentiy public are invited to attend. I I started some time ago by E. S. Checks to be: available ,in the off tendered the invitation to the moved 19 Omaha in 1904. They l SILVER BULLET

the hotel, having returned to the enjoyable evening*will ensue. Members of B. 1I., McCalla I I Davies, special investigator i.,for icef of Clerk' Ross C. Sawyer today -I committee to visit Key West and j will return next winter.Mr. .
Camp will assemble tomorrow afternoon I .- 'r:i'< J. Otis is district ofa Matinee IQ.lSc Night 10-20c
city several days ago. I, This Ball is almost the last of I: the National Board of Fire' Underwriters . Mayor William II. Malone are| manager ;
This Ball, which will also be at- the very social affairs to be held at the cemetery gate near II I and it is pursuant to Present at the meeting were leaving this afternoon by plane large stucco manufacturingplant
the sexton's house and march to Chairman Carl Bervaldi Commissioners Omaha to
at and
distinIguished expects
tended several other next week's hectic cele- his findings that for Miami
by preceding Thompson was to accompany the specially -I - - - --
the Maine Plot where ceremonieswill Braxton B. Warren and in that his
lemain city until retirement
figures Key Westers and bration of "La Semana Alegie, arrested yesterday.Last chartered train to Key West -
begin at 5 o'clock. Nathan Niles; Clerk Sawyer, At- when he plans to come
members of the winter colony and Leo B. Warren! director of night about 7:30 o'clockhe tomorrow morning. The train is: to
George E. Spencer. adjutant torney William V. Alb ry and to Key West and establish his Over-Sea Hotel
here, promises to be an event of was released upon posting a arrive about noon.
social activities at Casa Marina! will be in charge of the exercises. Chief Deputy Clements Jaycocks. home.
social importance, and moreover.) bond of $500 and will be tried at Upon the arrival of the commit.
has effort to make it a No protests having been received Mrs. Otis before marriage
no : the was 917 FLEMING STREET
an exceedingly gay and brilliant next term of criminal court, tee members. they will be takento
affair. I I grand one. Miss Eddim. I!I it is said. against the issuance of liquor the Casa Marina for luncheon. ROOM, runningwater __ $1.00
licenses to Albino Morales and '
Wins HonorsMiss Mr.\ Porter will preside at the affair -[ VALENTINE DINNER ROOM, with bath 1.50
Joseph Russell licenses were or-

Last GARBAGE CANSPLACEDAROUND dered issued to the applicants. ficially, and welcome Major the Malone:Miami will or-I WEEKLY RATES
P.-T. Assn.
Lulie Eddins of Bay Depository accounts for the DANCETONIGHT Newly Renovated
tors. Julius F. Stone, Jr.,
I Springs, a student at All Saint' month of January were read New Equipment
Proved Grand SuccessSuccess Emergency Relief Administrator,I
Evening College, Vicksburg was electedby checked and approved. New ManagementNO
will speak, as will Clayton S.
the College Department as an I Deputy sheriff bond for Thomas '
I Cooper, member of the Committee CLEANER HOELANYWHERE
attended the first joint One of the pleasing features of exemplar citizenship in the F. Russell, of $1,000, with of One Hundred. I,

celebration of Fathers' Day and* the evening was the idea of pin college. Garbage cans, which have been Joseph S. Russell as surety, was The afternoon will be given j -0-
ning to the coat of each father as Miss Eddins will graduate in placed at.intervals throughout approved.5ERSONAL' . ,
Founders! Day held ,last night In'the June and will to the University attracting de al of I pver to a sightseeing tour of the JD inner 7-8

.valentine city great <
J ,he entered.:a email, \ as a go are a including of the '*r *-Tv..
,school auditorium, \>y hej'ParentTeacher favor..and\.nvemento of 'the occasion of Mississippi next year to a'Uenttbn from visitors and Jocalt91 .e .e e..5 0 S C }island, many j... Daiai 9-12 ,\) jT.Richardson's
of interest and the visitors
; Association ,of' ) 11 A. ('-' :f H': 1l.LflA4elightf1iUyentertaifling}j study law having been acceptedon 1J .;.; ;,: r MENTION points will depart for Miami, shortly after 'MA; ,-. Grocery '.
I. C'A S'.A RrJ :
Harris'SchooL' f .' i iThe'spacious : I i. play All Saints'College: recommendation -, '/tTbe' striking slogs, "For,Evlery 6 o'clock. '... : *_ j .11 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

audit6Hnm (was was 'gveqj) the participants: being in spite of the fact.:' (Refuse Article," t/r4 Je.\ lffftMf.. .* $ .OO'.PER c' PERSON/>> rr. SPECIALS *,
"' first jp-ade, Mrs. that she is below age. ters of, each word ,f.ormlgJle t
filled !
by parents, members of the i cbildrcnotthe I Saints1 I 'MrsrJ.\ D. Aldrich, who was S Ivory Flakes 3 pkg*. ._ 211
III., ,Berkowitz entertained with The authorities at All contraction FERA of the Federal ISSUE REPORT
association, childrenbllthe1hoolJ Ef isiting Wlh Velatives; in'Vacksonville" r Flour, 6 R tack __ 2ti!
declare that Miss Eddins has Emergency Relief Administration, .
the] two vocal solos, accompanied by ,,
and many others fay : returiiea yesterday after Salmon, tall 2 for ZZ
Miss Jennie Mae' Johnson. made a most enviable record has been the subject of a great '
invitations exteivftdlbyjpUrtTV as 1 ON HOSPITAL sARCHER'S BAtef.ltKC 384c
sociation. William Roberts pleased with a there-Baysprings, (Miss.) News. i I deal of comment. noon. Milk /- .-.... lOc' --and-- lie

With the singing of the first violin number, accompanied by his I Tomatoes, can _... Sc
: the meetingwas brother Charles, and Mrs. James Miss Eddins is the daughter of Miss Ernestine Cartaya was an II I Cream 6 cans __ ,__ 43c
stanza of CUBA BRINGS IN
This Singleton an interesting Lieutenant Arthur Eddins, U. S.N. arrival on the S. S. Cuba yesterday The matron of the Mercedes GROCERY"The Sugar, 5 Ib., 25c; 10 Ibl. 49c
was | gave
officially opened. ., retired, and Mrs. Eddins, who afternoon from Havana, en IIosptal! has issued a report showing -i\ Hershey'. Cocoa, 20c size ISc
followed by a recital of the Lord'sPrayer. : reading. route to St. Augustine and left Old Potato. 10 Ibt. 22c
Miss Elizabeth Atcherson was was before marriage Miss Nathalie 161 PASSENGERSSteamer the number of patients now Store That Serves
I New Potatoes, 6 Ibs. 25c
later. While in Key West she was
declared winner of the banner Reynolds, daughter of the late at the institution, which are as You Be.fOUTOF.TOWN
of Onions Ibs. Ar
Wl C. Duncan, principal I 3 13c
guest of Attorney Aquilino Lopez.
Harris and Division Street for the largest attendance of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Reynolds, follows: I Rinso. 3 ph ,,. . ,___ 24c

Schools, delivered an interesting: !I,I parents for the upstairs classes: and is a native of Key West. She Cuba of the P. and O. John Saunders left yesterday William Pitcher Charles Cul- VISITORSWe Life Buoy Soap, 4 cake 27c
the downstairs banner was is well known to a wide circle of met Pedro Paramo Mary Lowe, I Sani-Flush, can __ lOc and 22c
talk on behalf of the P.-T. A. and I i and S. S. company, arrived yesterday
afternoon St.
for Augustine
awarded Mrs. Thelma Watkins. friends here.Visito" and Louisa llackev. colored. Those invite you to. do your Octagon Soap 6 large ban 2Sc
stressed the pleasure|: afternoon from Havana with 138
especially physical examination before being discharged Mary F.I I J 11 small bars ___ 2ScEddy'
of the organization at the large I I After the meeting a delightful first class and seven second class called into service with the rail- Harris and Margarita were Guzman. I shopping: at our store. Our Starch, 6 pkgs. 2Sc

attendance of fathers. lie con., social hour was enjoyed during Guests passengers for Key West; 16 first way company in train service. Two: deaths aUo reported service and variety of food Lard\ Ib ,_ ,_. >.. . 14c

eluded by inviting them to bft-I which appetizing refreshments Of BoydensMr. class passengers for Tampa, making '. recently. that of were Mrs. Rosa Et. items are unexcelled anywherein Jelly, 3 to box ___._i___ 25c
I'[ served. Yard dos ... 43c
were total Eggs
regular members. of 161. .
come a Mrs. Ralph P. Snedeker, of the We solicit
'j tinger and Euphemia Roberts, col- city. your
Crisco, I ID ._._ 20e
The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clockfor i LJ--- >
and .&. R. C. Huntley, of Chillicothe Ohio, who was in Key ored. patronage on the basis of fair Crisco,. I J 4 Ibs. __ 30c
Tampa with 19 passengers and: West for a short visit, left yesterday
Sturgis Mich., were visitors in dealing and friendly service. Ovaltine 35c and 65c
Division Street School P.7A.. Key West this week and spent the freight. I afternoon for Miami. Keeping the Washington Monument Kaffa Haag. Ib 49c

I time seeing the points of Steamship Colorado of the i lighted at night cost the: Bliss Coffee It __ ZSc
Holds Session Here On Tuesday interest and meeting many friends. Clyde-Mallory. Lines is due in port. Mrs. E. Holland left on the government $1,411 during the' ONE STOP SERVICE Maxwell House Coffee to 32c

Last Sunday morning from New York,! Steamship Cuba last night, for a last fiscal Cuban Coffee Ib ..._ 29c
--- evening they were guestsat New Or year.BEARUP'S Whether need Meats Apple Sauce 2 2Sc
enroute to Tampa and visit with relatives in Tampa. you can
business' Mrs. W. Knowles Mk's. Sawyer the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. II
The regular monthly I leans. Fish Turtle Fruits Kidney Beans, 2 cans 25c
I and Mrs. Schrader were appointedfor L. Boyden. at the home 1214 DRY CLEANING!! Cod Fish Cakes 2 for 25c

meeting of the Division Street the program committee for Seminary street, and had a delightful .......................* Miss Anna Hollerich left yester WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST., Vegetables. or Dairy Products, String Beans, 2 for..._. .. ZSc
School P.-T. A. was held on the month of March and for April visit. Mrs. Boyden is day afternoon for Detroit, Mich., PHONE 152M. dec20, call Archer's Grocery.We Black Beans 2 Ibs. _'_ 18c

Tuesday. It was opened with the the committee will consist of Mrs. from Sturgis, and knows a great THE WEATHER, where she will spend a while with I Calumet Baking Powder,
I relatives. _._._ 2Sc
per canSlam
of the P..T. A. song, followed Ripes Mrs. Underwood and Mrs. many friends of the Huntleys. all with
meet competition
singing will ........................1 MONROE THEATER Rice, 5 Ibs. _._ 35c
by the Lord's Prayer. Higgs. The May committee .1I I Cayetano Camus is a visitor in low prices and Ligli quality Dutch Cleanser 3 cans 2Sc
The minutes of the previous comprise Mrs.! C. Albury Mrs. Millers Have Temperature I the city as guest of his son and Laurel and Hardy in : Safety Matches 3 plE,.. 25c
meeting were read and approved, Goethe, Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Highest ._.83 daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.\ BABES IN TOYLAND ToiUt Paper, 5 rolls __.. 24c
her report LaFe. House Guest Lowest ........__._.......__74 Tom Brown-Anita Louisu in : PROMPT FREE DELIVERY

and the treasurer which the gave committee An excellent Founder's Day -..- Mean ..._......___,_ Fernando Camus. BACHELOR OF ARTS i Phone 67 814 Fleming St. Phone 658-R Free Delivery

following made their report program on the program was given in which Mrs. 'Mrs. Warren Edwards of Mil-! Normal Mean _70 Subscribe to The Citizen..S.e..000000. Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchct- f Eaton and Elizabeth Street

O'Bryant, Mrs. Edward Curry, ledgeville Georgia is the houseguest RainfallYesterday's . tra. 15-20c; NigLt, 15-25c -.;
basketball game. ........ I.
and the 6th Grade of M"r." and Mrs. Andrew .. -
Mrs. Boyden
The following nominating committee Precipitation .0 Ins.
was appointed: Mrs. Boza, girls participated. Mrs. Sweetinggave Miller\ at the latters' home in the Normal Precipitation .... .07 Ins. -- -

Mrs. Hiner and Mrs. C. Albury, a brief history of the Division Air Station Apartments here. ThU. rrcwr* C' ,'rr. :..-.r period CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN

and a motion was made to buy a Street P.-T. A., and a countof I Mrs. Edwards is Mr. Miller's sis "all'ac at M .'1'1_'" (Ci. m.rmlmg.

publicity book which will be sent parents showed that Mrs. Laura I ter.Mr. Tomorrow'. Almanac

to the national meeting. It was Crusoe and Miss May Sands had I I and Mrs.! Miller\ are expecting Sun rises _.__ 7:01 a. m. -

also decided to secure a charter the largest percentage of parents: additional guests to arrive Sun sets .........?....__ 6:21: p. m. ..S.e I S S S C C.C.S.S S S.SCSI PALMOLIVE SOAP-Keep

for the Division Street P.-T. A. present. I the early part of this coming Moon rises -< 4:09 p. m. LOST Cr" that school girl complexion.

week, these being Mrs. N. S. Tur. Moon sets _..._.....__ 5:13 a. m. ; Tune in the Palmolive Hour
0 ,
-- ;
and Miss Floride Allen, of
ner CO
Tomorrow Tide LOST-Buff color Persian female r P4 every Tuesday at 10 p. In.
Entertains Covington, Georgia. A.M. P.M. cat in the of Caroline "
Mrs. Robert Menner vicinity WIOD, National Broadcasting
I High ___._ 8:55 8:20: and Duval streets. Reward if : Company-

With Enjoyable fea Yesterday Social! Clab Low __..._ 2:36 1:39 .returned to Wm. M. Arnold,
::: : Barometer at 8 atmJtoday.: Meltzer Motor Co. feb4-2t, : -
_.-J'!I ; .............., ._. Dance TonightKappa "- -lI.b'l '.' ", 5c a' cake
Othet.invlted: to Mrs.qInQr's.tea I) t>.Sea level, 30.JOyqujiuisjivi.Oj-! , : "' nlltt iHH! !' ; i ''i 2-0', '''11' : t :
Mri Ttob rtjT. Menner yeter 1-1)]I guests ! If.S. tLANEOUS'1 : ,*
I drfsth'eirbest f JJG L6.'CLSg|II| ". ig 'I I 1-.10"* e>> if '*cr :
Ya't 'afternoon' cntcrtaindd ten!I, \ included t Lajor: and Pi Y Club will LowestulI Highest t ,,! :; : 'I' : ___ 140..1 LI"Kr' 3 "fl'! .
: Mrs.KWuW.Rhein.MkJ9r, GeneralIIsiry.1C.rllale. to see that St. Valentine'sDay ) 4.14iU? for usedfurne
I r' home on' 'Duval 'StationLast
} Nif\tt\ 1t. tFr
fa: L ttVe-B
: H2 for-
carried in
is out good
honoring 'Mr. and Mrs. Barton SJChapin,7 : !: ; J Qnql.cneal! strhKol1v .
Abi\\ ne,4 1Ju. t..fJP
; visitors to the. pity: who and Mrs. Carlton B. Hurst Mr. A big dance is being sponsored at .AtXanta, -......... ,44 46 ) ; ; LtMI 'f Klirwli r ri.. .J1; \ 'rtmv,

have returned after a lengthy absence ::and M.I1I"IAt.heJ't. ,W. lia .lan, Mr. the Cuban Club. on Duval,"street.. '"I : ?" 0",: .- ":_$_''' ': .uq3 'j !liveOCTAGON !\\fICLOCrl:
Mr. tonight. S S S S C REN-g.. '
G. E/ldyT I::
_ and General and. Mrs.: and Mrs.a Albert :: 1 BuffalQ "1"--.. 3Q ....ClJf q) $. (
and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Prizes emblematic of the Reason .. Jj;
Campbell King who are departing Charleston .._._ 54 . "O'' i I
the Building
Hellings t
Wallace will be given during the
Mrs. away
in the near future after having William R. Porter Chicago ____ 32 38
spent some time here. 1 Bryant Kirke, Mrs. David Rice, evening.A Denver _._ 32 U 319 Duval street. Apply to

Mr. and Mrs. Chapin will be remembered -'' Mrs. E. ,R. Printz. Mrs. Bodine, spicy program of dance music Detroit ......-....__ 32 40 F. W. Roberts 803 Olivia jj.: SOAP GIANT
will be furnished Pritchard's street. febll-12tx jpv -
Mrs. by
by their host of Key Mys- Frederick IT. Lee Galveston 52 58 5c SIZE The wash
-- family
West friends, and their return I Graham Fitch Miss Hermione havana _._ 70 BICYCLES -
of I Fitch Messrs. Weaver and Fred- 50 word. Save your coupons for
several lays ago was a source ; Huron ,._ 32
_ _ much enjoyment. i I crick II. Lee. Social! Clab Jacksonville 60 82 WE RENT by: the Hour Day or, 0 valuable premiums.

Holds MeetingMiss Kansas City H 46 Week. Repair all makes and

KEY WEST ...._ 74 13 paint them with Nu-Enamel. We .iilI

Mollie Woody EntertainsAt Little Rock 48 52 carry a full supply) of parts. GIANT OCTAGON POWDER
I Miss Solita Cobo was elected Los Angeles 60 60 Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand % -ALWAYS DEPENDABLE

Birthday Party president of the MukiMukiOClub Louisville __ 52 56 sell them as low as $1.00per

Enjoyable last night at a meeting of Miami ___ 72 80 week. J. L. Stowers Music g

--- the organization to succeed Miss Minneapolis 32 40 Company. janl8-lmo, -J. cP't OCTAGON TOILET SOAP-

Miss Mollie Woody, daughter of Ilinde, Norma Riggs, Clara Spencer Cecilia Ellsworth who resismed. I New Orleans 60 76 Fragrant and fine for'' all

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Woody,I Rosalie LaFe Gloria Riggs, The meeting of the club was New York 32 40 FOR SALE _ iO" Save the pur-"

delightfully entertained a few Doris Hinde, Dorothy Octagus. called for the purpose ,of holding Seattle __ 38 46 OCTAGON poses. coupons-

friends at her home 906 White j, Messrs. Emerson Beccaise, this election to ompletethe, ""Tampa :.._. G6 '82 FOR. SALE--15 pieces of improved ,' _-_ _ --- Sc cake
street, last evening celebratingher Charles Riggs,. Jack Saunders slate of officers recently. inducted. Washington' J':'". 32 .(0. 'I'4 4Williston Real Estate in the City of SCOURING _ a '

sixteenth birthday. I I Odelio Lopez: Victor Larsen Wal- into office. 18 '24 Key West; 129 8'C 'es'of land on L.CtEANSER _ _4 '

in lace Johsston", John Pritchard, Other officers of the club ,are --l the Florida-Keys.'Apply to F

progress Games, and and dancing refreshments were of( Gerald Pinder, Delio Cruz. Richard Mrs. Amelia Cabot,;nec-pr' sident: Old: John Sleeps! Good Now ,I W."Roberts. *S03i. 'Olivia,feblll2txFOR.SALE&noothhaired.street. _ . - OCTAGON CLEANSER-

Woody. Ralph Garcia, Andrew Miss Juanita Mayg, secretary; .
fruit cake and ice cream; ? Cleans more with less exertion.
Woody Chariest. RaT Pritchard Miss\ Grace Rivero, treasurer;i Old Bill: You look 'kindI rf: ; ,LtWOh .
Several prizes were Save
were served. Hinde Henry Burg, Bobby Fernandez, Miss Georgia Saunders. 'reporter.| bad,.John, what's,matter?. j fox your coupox -
awarded. Miss terrier ppWa...Dr. Carnes, Marine
Jesus Caraballo, Mr. and Mrs. During the meeting }fIrs.Caoot' Old John: Just. can't, get, 0 a I pu -. ,
Victor 5c
the ladies' prize t Hospital. feb4-3tx -
winning Larsen the gentlemen's, and'* LaFe Mrs. R. Lazo. Mr. and Mrs.C. gave an interesting talk on membership -.| good night's sleep. Have to gel per can

consolation'I D. Riggs, Mrs. Rose Mears and I and the interest each. up too many times.
Charles Riggs Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fernandez. I member should display in working Old Bill: Aint you heard of '

prize. I hard for the upbuilding of the or them little green tablets made WANTED-UNFURNISHED bun upel' SUPER SUDS-lOc. PER

Among those attending the Visitors AreEntertained I ganization.few from buchu leaves, juniper oil, PACKAGE .
Misses galow. Quiet section. For year 1. ds -Keep your hands .
birthday party were the
etc? I believe they call 'em Bu-
round. Box S, care of Citizen 3d tender and your dishes "spick .
Louise Pritchard Edna Mae Lar- hours with Mrs. A. P. Knowlesof I kets. Why I had to get up 7 or,8 Office. feb4-2tx,

Fen, LaVerne Lowe Edna Mae 1116 Seminary street, and expressed .. times before I took 'em. They .. and SpaD.

Sweeting, Edith Thompson. Nellie I Mrs. S. H..Scott Mrs. C. Coul- themselves as being: delighted -seem to work on the bladder kind FOUND A'

Villareal, Dorothy Key, Dorothy ter and M'rs.' O. Edwards, members with Key West. This i<.I 0' like castor oil works on the -

Rethancourt. Rosalind Beccaise,I of the Home Mission Board the third time they have passed bowels. Drives out waste matter FOUND; Bicycle. Owner can re

Ellen Mae Knowles, AudreyThomp of the M. E. Methodist: Churches, through the city on their way te I.1 and excess acids. You go right cover it from Deputy Sheriff
on. Edna Rfcps Helen I arrived on the train yesterday Cuba. down to the drug store and get a Ray Elwood by describing wheel) For sale by all leading and up-to-date retail grocers.. Save your coupons_:San

Saunders Dolly Hinde, Marie l afternoon en route to Havana. On their return shortly the,.125c box. I got mine at Olivieri's and paying. for 'this advertise' Carlos Book Store is always receiving new premiums. The hit!of the day! 100 coupon

Key Nellie Mae Curry, Marcella I I While here the ladies spent! a,will again visit Mrs. Knowles. Drug Store.-(adv.) ll;ent. feb4-31; for one nine quart pot-just the size to boil & half t nm. _

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