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 19, 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
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The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Macon Disaster Revives Old MANY ARRIVEIN Key West's Annual Flower HOSPITALITY Of Penzance" To Be

I Controversy Pertains To CITY FOR Show Will Tomorrow LEAGUE MEETS

CELEBRATION : Open LAST EVENING Staged At Forfelaylor: Tonight

Relative*.Merits ;Of Airships -... Key We t','annual flower showi I past few months when a campaign -

PARTY OF NEARLY A SCORE which !is to continue through the was launched for beautification of BICYCLE RACESARRANGED
yards and gardens. SESSION WAS FIRST TO BE Colorful "Opera Presentation -
COMES IN THIS MORNINGTO remainder of the week, will open

Shown That Latest: Air: MUCH:INTEREST SEE tomorrow at highlight of the, Sponsors for the flower show, HELD IN NEW HOME; MANY TO BEHELDSATURDAY : \Gives PromiseOf
OF PEN- i I i as announced today, are: Mr.\ I MATTERS HEARD
Misfortune May Doom I I ZANCE"A second day of "La Seman Ale:I and Mrs. Steward Warren DURING Being Most Brilliant ..
'II I fre." The show will be held at: Creamer, Creamerton, N. C.; Al- MEETING

Future Program Dealing the Key Welt Public Library bert Johnston Greenwich Conn.; -- Event

party of nearly a score of Mrs. Edwin S. Grant, Zanesville,
With starting at 330 p. m., with a con. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Jorn Dos A regular meeting of the Key ENTRIES CAN STILL BE MADE -
Dirigibles prominent Tampans arrived in I ;
Key West this morning aboard the cert tea I Pasos; Mr. and Mrs.\ C. H. Stuart, Hospitality League was held FOR THESE EVENTS AND. With the kie, clearing, Gilbert
NUMBER OF VISITORS SEEN I Newark, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.\ Edward last evening in the parlors of the 1
Cuba to the "Pirates For week comfrtiUco' hare !ind-Su1linD" "Pirate of .
see ,of Pen- Thanhauser Hospitality ALSO AQUATIC AND FIELD *
.'...... Sand Point N. House this being the
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With the AT COURT HOUSE SEEKINC zance, Gilbert and Sullivan opera, been working on arrangement y; !Mr. and Mrs.\ Barton Chapin, first meeting to be held in the MEETS will L. staged toaJILt.'Iartia" ,
controversy INFORMATION ABOUT DIF. being presented in the open air i I I I Meridan, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.'I new home of the league.
for the show which i i. expected, at 8:30 m in the
value of airship revived by the tonight. George II. Bell Chicago; Mr. and, The roll of members was called : p. ; open
FERENT PROPERTY I The headeS to eclipse any that have been Mrs. Richard J. Bell Chicago; Dr.I and absentees noted. air. The colorful opera will be
recent Macon disaster a proposalto l group was by MayorR. Minutes of Entries can still be made for!j
and Mrs. F. Glass Cleveland the
E. L. Chancey and Robert J. I I held here within many year Today previous meet! the bicycle races Saturday morn-'! presented at Battery Ditlworthin : ..
j I ing
were read !
spend $17,000,000 to tart a Ohio; Mrs. Cooper, :Miami I and approved witha I
Visitors at the court house yesUrdayf -. Dill Florida ERA district admin-,]i a score of sponsors were an'nouneed.for Beach, and Mrs. Chambers. ;i few corrections made. ing, for the aquatic meet Thurs the Fort Taylor ground.
transatlantic airship line lie before istrator at Tampa. {I I There day afternoon and for the field
: Judges for the show are Mrs.: were no reports from the l
were*reminded, of. ,boom The1:,visitors were met at,' the the affair. I T. V. Moore Miami; Mrs. Calvin'j I permanent.committees. Mrs Cash, meet Saturday afternoon, it was Ticket went off ale at downto -

thek House naval committee. h. numberu.iofi visitors dockj,bye.M.,E.-Gilfond, acting ad- The'opening of the.flo'wer show Bentley; Miami; Mrs.. Stevens,:i forthe, House Committee. made ..announced today. :, r. 1poinU. today at ,3, o'clock,
.dabrl :<
The proposal was made by ministrator here 'and.,Franklin E. also brings to a close a contest and Mrs.\ W. J. Fickinger '14" partial report I showing ,splendid The;diff erentevcn.afolIow; : [but the boeth* on.\the groundswLIl
eekift*?..fnformatioIt4 about- prpp-( Albert, lexecutive officer in the whkhvhas,been under way for the I agiac, Mich.LIGHT DaW-j' progress in,getting theHospitality .DICYCLEtRACE .
President Roosevelt' tpecial aviation Key Welt . 1 4-Men's distance. ace ( ,
'Administration Today J iHouse,suitably-furnished, for thereceptionof i around\ open at 7. d'clock. making tpossible
eftyiandimaking-tarrangementg I :to is being spent-in a round ofsight.j I 1 members and guests: the strand, five times). ,' ;. I

commission which recommendedtkat 'purchase j ,.not the!:property. exactly .l feingand all.the'-visitors plan to I : ..,Th,.( ..airJDan of' the ,Special -\\2-Boj'; (under> 15 '.years)>;.ttl I for peroa*,*ho Lave not

the money be use* i certificates..,...-. attend the unique lopen-airm perfOrmance J.:CUNNINGHAMDNDERARREST:1 TENDER i Luncheon) Committee not being tance race. (strand ,three.'times): I! purchased. their tickets," to do 10

of the colorful opera to- I present, there 3-Women's distance -,, ittrljr
commercial air-I And practically all of' the activity wag no regular report race. before eartain tim.
to provide two
was centered night. RETURNS HERE but Mr.\ Dewitt of the FERA (strand one time).
ahip*:, one commercial air-terminal on one par- Present plans call for a departure stated that the finances in con- 4-Women's one-mile obstaclerace. M. E. Gilfond acting ad-
I ticular subdivision which was at from Key West tomorrow nection therewith had been taken ministrator of District Nine.
in eastern United State, one the period of the boom and the night aboard the Cuba on its return CHARGED WITH BREAKING: SUPERINTENDENT DEMERITT care of.Under. \ Florida
S-l\Ien's two and one-half Emergency Relief Ad
jjiectic days of selling considered
"metal-clad" airship for South a wonderful buy. it is, shown. Members from Havana.of the AND ENTERING HOUSE I j RETURNS TO CITY ON : the head of new business.Dr. mile speed race.GWomen'l ministration today requested that
visiting partyare Armando Cobo '
was appointed
fo f The activity started in the morn-I I : Mayor R. E. L. ,1 II \ 'chairman .one mile speed persons get to the open-air theater
American service and a fund *: Chancey HERE LAST NIGHT I BOARD IVY I Ij of the Publicity Com. "'ace.7Men's. I,
ing when two prospective buyers I Capt. L. G. Hudgins. O. Falk. Mr. mittee, in place of William Bat s. u early go that the performance can
airship research. I were discussing with Clerk Roes and Mrs. Ralph Nicholson, Tioy John J. Cunningham was .arrested j J Lighthouse Tender Ivy re-', After some discussion it was mile speed race.SGirls' (over. 50 years) two- start ptomptly without interrup
C. Sawyer the possibility of secur- Brown, K. Kirkland, J. W. Gray last night by Jailer Leon the
I sense of the league that the tions.A .
The commission urged government (under 1C two
turned to port early this morning years)
ing tax certificates on two lots Harold Mims\ Fred Caster, Mac Roberts.: lie is charged with lules! in regard to the attendance
to start construction on*'which were eventually)) sold. Before Palmer Arthur Saya e. R. J. Dill, breaking and entering the residence with Superintendent W. W. De- cf members should be more rigidly and one-half mile speed race. section has been provided for

there ships immediately declaring ) the end of the day's business tax Miss\ Catherine Kingsbury, Mr*. I at the corner of Fleming meritt who went to the west enforced and on motion the AQUATIC MEET colored persons who want to at-
certificates for lots I and! coast of the state about 10 r
seven were Charlotte Mac Morsn. James : Whitehead street. days instructed Boy V"e opera.
i secretary was to drop
that they "could carry most of our taken up. and the demand is grow- Chamblisa and F. M. Sack. I Evidence was produced to show ago to confer with shipping interests t the names of those who are now 1-Fancy diving. Local ,Orchestra Augmented
first-class transatlantic mail anda ing.Not Arriving by plane from Mil'miI I that Cunningham tore a Iadlock''ore and make an inspection of failing to attend the meetings. 2-50' meter free style. The 'original orchestra
substantial fraction of the first-t only are personal calls being this morning were Hal Leyshon.!; '' the front door and kicked open the district i On' motion the league then resolved 3-100 meter free style. of made up
class passengers and express flOW made at the office of Mr. editor of the Miami\ Daily News; another door to force entrance The vessel will sail this after-' itself into a committee ol 4-200 meter free style. local' musicians' has been augmented ;

paying hig! raios 10 travel on the Sawyer but telephone calls for information Jesse II. :Jay president of WIOD A companion who was with him noon to replace a lighted buoy the whole each member to rolicil! 5-50 meter back stroke. by Richard Principale
I are also being received. broadcasting company and J. e:ca pede missing from the main chanel! en. new members. It is understood 6-50 meter breast stroke. Mario Principale: and Vincent: Prin-
fastest foreign! liners. .1 I j i It appears that many of the lots Reeder, vice president of the Miami i| lie is being held in county jail trance to Mjami harbor. !i that no names shall be proposed 7-Relay. cipal.through the courtesy of Peter
Graf:; Zeppelin Cited i I tI I in the subdivision will soon beI Daily .News. ; pending a preliminary hearing. Freighter C. W; Powers came unless fame shall have fignified Girl Schutt, manager of the Casa
Proponents of airship develop I I owned by,: others then the original Asked why he broke into the house! up to the Mallory dock this morning a desire to become members.On 1-Fancy diving.& Manna. Mr. Principale arranged
meat usually point to the recordo5etnaii.s i}I purchasers. he said he was drunk and did not took on cargo of cartoons of motion the matter of in- 2-50 meter fiee style. details for augmenting the original& ,.

Grat'Zepl'elin.wttlrh J: J. WISE AMONG., >! know .wha he:was doing said;,i emptyjars. for .the .clam! packing ,Ftflling" a....separate' electric light .3-.100. jneter.iree.ityle: J<- .;: ,.orchestra, ,and .eightisi; iasu'4 '
Pete Freeman colored given industry at Collier (City and sailed 4 50) net, .back stroke., !' Miami '
can crofs the Atlantic in 60 hours. 'SDMECHANGES was meter was referred to the House ( / :r : ; : 4 from have come: down to
The fastest crossing by steamship VISITORS HERE ,i a hearing yesterday before this, afternoon. Committee with power to act. 5-50 meter breast stroke. [co-operate with the local organization. .
j rom New York to Cherbourg, Peace Justice Hogelio Gomez on (I The matter of securing a janitor 6-Relay. J They arrived Sunday and
France,, required four days, 17 IN EVENTS OF I I i charge :of assault and battery. lie CUBAN OFFICIALS for the Hospitality House was:' FIELD MEET have said they are enjoying work.
hours and 40 minutes.On NEWSPAPER MAN, BROTHEROF waj held in bond of $50 for his :Irlso: referred to the House Committee Boy ing with' the Key West orchestra.
its first trip to the United CELEBRATIONSOUVENIR appearance at. the next term_ of with the suggestion by I-Broad jump. Besides the three already mentioned I
States, in October 1928. the Graf MRS. J. J. TREVOR. TO I criminal court.GREAT COMING TO CITY ,, Mr. Dewitt that possibly Mr. Gil- 2-High jump. the additional player include
Zeppelin carried 60 passengers and I.I fond could furnish a suitable jani- 3-Pole vault. Albert Brcssmtn violin' ;
covered the 6,100) miles in 112 INTERESTIN tor.Mr. 4-100 yard dash. Pat Patterson. String' base; John
hours. Rough weather damaged a PROGRAMS, INCLUDING , jI j t DISTINGUISHED PERSONAGES Dewitt then expressed the 5-220 y'ard dash. Fitzpatrick. trombone; Charles

fin and cut down its speed but it CAST OF Tl.:: i ii :TO REMAIN HERE FOR appreciation of FERA officials to 6-Medley relay. Staltman flute; Lawrence Tremb-
was repaired at Lakehurst. N. J., I;i, Among the notable men of the NEW CONTEST Mrs.\ Cash! and her committee for Girl lay. clarinet; Sam W.ise, French
and made the return trip in 71 RATES OF PENZANCE- newspaper' world in the south who I CELEBRATION their splendid work in getting the 1-50 yard dash. horn; William Lebdeff. French
hours. It is now in its seventh I i have vfcited Kev-. West during-! the Hospitality House in condition for 2-100 yard dash. horn and Rex Hall, drums. Rich.
year of constant service. REACHED HERE MONDAY .1 I season, is J. 1). Wise, brother of I Much interest has been shown' _Cuba's official representationwhich opening. This will be notfd by 3-200 yard da'h. I rd! Principale and Mario Pi in-"
Mrs. J. J. Trevor who is a gue&t the league when this committee cipale are violinists and Vinctnt
In the same month the G>af by housewives of this city in the is due to arrive from Havana 4-Medley relay.
S Zeppelin arrived in America. con I of Mr.\ and Mrs. Trevor and will t big contest now' being carried on tomorrow afternoon on the makes its! final report. Standing broad jump.SANCHEZ' I Principal plays the cello. Several)
tracts for the construction of the Souvenir programs including remain for about two weeks. i! by the South Florida Contracting Steamship Cuba is composed of On motion the chair was requested --- of the players are members! of the
Akron and the Macon were the cast of the "Pirates of Pen-j) Mr. Wise is the publisher of i and Engineering Company corner three of the most distinguished to appoint a special committee symphony orchestra at the University ..
"!d to the award-I zance" as well)) as other activities four newspapers, The Spartanburg White and Eliza streets. j men of the island. to confer with Mr. Gilfond BODYARRIVES of Miami and it was through
for "La Semana Herald and Journal and schnffle? boards. and co-operation of Dr B. F. Ash
poration. at a cost of $7R2 . planned Alegre morning I j Prize winners for the first day Dr. Juan Ramon O'Farrill, whois relative to ;
The Akron fell into the Atlantic, reached Key West yesterday. | afternoon dailies, ar\d The Columbia lof the contest were: Mrs. Blanche chairman of the delegation, is similar equipment. Karl Thomp- TODAY pre ident of the university that
off the New Jersey coast in April 1.I'i Some changes have been made Record and in addition to the Torres, first prize, a large orna- well known to the, people of Key son Mrs. Swicegood and Rev. Day the rnusiciaiiscame..
11)33.) : the Macon into the Pacific i i)I in places at which events are to South Carolina periodicals he pnb- I mental mirror; Mrs. Malvina Wal- West. He has been here on a were appointed as such committee birect* and Cast Given

off the California coast on Feb I take place. They were made after lihes The Augusta Chronicle of ''lace. second prize a water set; number of occasions representingCuba. uA /, ?SERVICE ;' Wllt1 R'I I,,.I Adrian ,J, Dornkush b-generalc'ircctor
ruary 12.. . ,I'ty? pfran} ha? on&t(*/ P,1'3-)',!.Augusta, Ga. | MUS.Louiaa Scheurer, third prize His last visit was during verbal\,request; ,,was recededhe -: 1> 'nil;111. ' l>"* .,'?*' *"<.. ''r. of,".th '0peraalfcfc dance
Ectener"Intererte "i MasS c1 drill and"settmgup 'ex-!:I'1' Though a'very'bu< "y1""fu\'i{ Mr.jjWhe. & ,large..platter. I, the festival last year when:; the::' !f .,' O l Baile'aking prm i't1"ion lh,,CONDUCTElVTHIS /APT", I Routines were digcct Mrs.[

Dr. Hugo 'Eckener : ,,jercisQSiby 'school children >\vill''' ':finds'sonte time' fpr'rec'r'dtion j .-- Those wishing to take part in coronation ceremonies' were"l1. for \ "Ppw.-Wow Clubstojneet ; :.f4 :. .., 'In wo,,,' '''1 1t3151., 9..111. J: jLlanche Window,(iflinter resHenlw
I' of the Graf'Zeppelin., commander has been I If'eekinJr. take place tomorow; morning at I 'and relaxation! Wfiile'Vm'al' I IiVidt this,;tpnteat t ,which runs daily, are Other members are Dr!".Mario1Fuentes ;' i in .ihe, rooms of the (iips.iitality fff) ); ., ,ERh49O'fod '(va eus ,{ I !\o has volunteered, her efforts
.the corporation of t th'c' the Navy ba"'I"fief" ,'entrance on: to The' 'Citizen office'1 this1 not required to 'spend ,one cent. chief of the bureau' of l! House.. i The secietarylIvSdsstrctet '. ,'1 IU I,9'U?: bUllion for, the operaM. ificJ; under, the
Southard street, and the street morning he said thrf.tiv, 'h ![ Ladies: must visit the 'store 'and statistics department' 'of f1 educa.-: .to. write i CoL HiHer)* ' l 1 it ."J ;z;. 4nain wonotfioJ ODC: 'I I dkiit1oi\); : (4ja4u4th.and.
United States"gb'vrrnm'ent"'alrshty'fm'e' in esftablishinflran ('\ (lance tomorrow night is to be on'Duval. '.lather' 'be'''' in Ke'y ''West. ttia'n' ',., inj i i|write ,on 41, card, furnished by the tion and> orator of, the Grand tending the hearty, inviUtjjon.\ '. ht\. yipf( ,/ &tl SalldtUI/* hot I n..t4'ij ..4v42i, is' in chatgq JOt coiumes. *..
I and Rurope.;lie i oM'"the b twec411ere ..street, rather' "*'than"on,''the t Ieauvile.) !| ", Fran e!" f J I{!company:. "what you think this Masonic Lodge, and, Major'' Cres- the: ,Jeajrue .to have his cfub,>meet! died in Tampa Friday am.nd'o1f! t .
commission Boulevard. i In Key West there is sn ahr.o-1 I I should in stock cencio Cabrera, commander of the at the Hospitality House at any the Steamship Cuba this morning,' Those playing the leading role
however that it would I i School children are to gather', sphere which induces relaxationand 1 that company it does not."carry Army of Independence distin- time that will not conflict with accompanied by his wife and delegates in the opera are:
take three
for such years to prepare a crew at the corner of Eaton and Duval the waters adjacent to the An advertisement carried in this guished in military circles. I other stated meetings.A from the Cuban Odd Fellows Avery Johnson as Richard: a pirate -
Pan-American an undertaking. streets at 9 a. m., and march to' island are productive of the fin issue ShOWS the many prizes whchare :: The delegation it is understood,j similar request was also pre- and Caballeros de 1* Luz chief} ,
Airways ha been the field. They will be led by' ert fishing to be found in the to be given away' all during will remain in Key West duringthe rented bv Rev. Day for the Isaac Lodges. Edmund Curry as Samuel, his
planning a flying boat service the Drum and Bugle Corps. The!, world. While not relaxing Mr. celebration. Walton Chapter, now bein* organized Representatives from the I local lieutenant;
the week. I . .
across the Pacific. But the largest parade will start at 9:30 a. m. Wi e will spend his time angling. I to meet at tne 110ii .:uUtf Odd Fellows Lodge No. 15 "and, G.e6rge: Mills White as Frederick -
airplane put into transport s.erv-l;i I Other changes in the program I Speaking of the publicity Key I, House. On motion same was Caballeros de la Luz. were at the a pirate apprentice;
ice so far has only one-fifth the'rross I i will be announced from day to West is receiving in all sectionsof .I.1 ;;; .i.l.l.l.l.itr.l.6 1.l1.4 granted.The pier to meet the Cuba. Floyd Eaddy at Major-General
carrying capacity of the day it was*said. the world. Mr. Wise said it was { president then quoted froma Funeral services will be held, Stanley the British army;
Graf Zeppelin and less than half '; I hardly possible!! to pick up a paper I letter just received from Admiral this afternoon 6 o'clock from the; A. E. Fisher a s_ Edward a sergeant -
its commercial range, the aviation I HELP KEEP RECORD I from any city which does not carry GO EARLYTffiATES"OFraNZANCF Fenner in which he expressed -; residence at Dey and Simonton r of police;
commission: has pointed out. These, a story of some kind relative. To- t his appreciation of the streets. Rev. Arthur B. Dimmick, Frank: Alvarez as a corporal;
huge planes, however, have twice I to the Island City. him I Ii of Paul's Church Janice' Lewis Mabel
ROCKFORD 111.-Having attended i hearty reception given the cruising speed of the Graf I t Sunday school without a ; recent visit to Key West. The admiral will officiate. Pallbearers will be General Stanley's daughter;, ,
Zeppelin which attains only 78 miss for 25 years, Claus T. War-! I !', also expressed the hone that members of the two lodges. Mrs. Carl Bervaldi Miss Emily
miles an hour at full throttle. ner had fellow members of a jury'! FERA OFFICIALARRIVES ''the Key West Naval Station be Lopez Funeral Home will be in p Crosland and Mrs. Arthur: Brown

Airship Disaster in this city go to church with him kept "in readiness for any emer charge of arrangements.Mr. t*,KateffjEtUth;* M
The first rigid American, air. hir.'''tQ save his record. HERE Battery Diflworth (Fort Taylor ,Grjnnds) 1 I gency." Sanchez It survived! by his t !.I1'1.o&erj daughters General, '1Stai1eyL.
wa* the Shenandoah which \ ,., '
wa J gi I I On motion the league then ad- widow Mrs. Maria Sanchez; two ; ... ,-_ '5,
finished at Lakehurst and went Into NOTICEAll % Entrance, Southard Street $ .I:journed. daughters. Mrs. Mary Signorelli.of Mil. ...,Warner as _Ruth, s.!( .
commission on October It 10. fe TOjijIGHT8:3OF.M' 1k New York and' Miss Myrtle pirstI!$a"m&I5f\. t ? all !'prk/'", g .
1923. It was the first on I H. COMES ,
vehicular traffic is pro- LIVES TO OLD AGE Sanchez.' Two sons, Jose'Jr.,'. dl - t
C the Zeppelintype to be'Tilled, with hibited on Duval street between LAST EVENING ACCOM. TICKETSIN'ALL' DENOMINATIONS1W I -..- Eugene: Sanchez. One sister Mjs.JUsdalen ; ,jI
helium.gas,and.Ihaugh suc'/essful/ 1, ,
Eaton and Division. MIKXWCWC-
streets the
on W AVAILABLE SHELTON. Wash.-Joe Dan of -Turrion. of BuenorAires
in the first two years-of itX trufe*.]I night; of Wednesday. February PANIED BY WIFE this city who born in Argentina, and BUC grand-
wa a canoe ,

a it wind''was completely storm in Noble/de loA/: shea''in County,I 20th.This order is 5 issued in order I Resemd Secbtfl< 50c, 75c aBd $tOO': :'crossing of 108 survived a river,by died a brother at the whois age children. I 0* ."Cocktail, Hwr'+J

Ohio. on SeptersbiT192S._ that the street dance given under!,: H_ E. Goodwin, director of Section for Colored People ilL BEGS WITH WEALTH Each Saturday, from
the auspices of the Key West Adminstration -''! commodity distribution for the, GENERAL ADMISSION 25c I, Still'?
ITruck Arrives i! as a part of the'.week's Florida ERA arrived over the' \ NOTICE PARIS-After Mine.: Janne
Tokright celebration will not be in. highway last evening: accompanied Ticket Bootha on Ground Open 7 P. M. Lavoche of this city was arrested SMART SOCIETY

I With Urge variety of FJRESH terferred with. I!I by MJS. Goodwin. They expect to S Cast of 70 80 Foot Stage There will be a dance tonight j i: for begging she was found to own ATTENDANCE
I FRUITS and VEGETABLES. All operators of automobilesand remain several days. at the Key West Country Club property worth 30000. D NCING.A.UL'S.
other vehicles will please observe Mr and Mrs. E. Catlin are also THE SHOW WILL GO ON for members and invited guests.
I Lowe's Cash GroceVy this order.WILLIAM. I visitors for a few days. Mr. Cat- Souvenir Program with Cast and Week' Event .? 2Se The cast of the Opera "Pirates of I Strictly Fresh, Eft. RefcertLewi
1117 Division. St. Phone \ 75 H. MALONE. ,lin is supervisor of the state office Pen nce"' will be the honored I *, JIll 'V... Phiter .street

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I THE MACON'S FATETo 1 country boy, will put on his own Heffner is bringing to Key West will be admitted free with each c'*
(g:1.i.itJ i [ilt t (; qj IIEFFNER VINSON '' '
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_.. KEY WEST comedy.Ben for the first time'rIbs jvelynEaster paid adult ticket.
t --- JNDAYSGONEBY IIeffnerfwho is now here, "the girl who sees tomorrow Doors ,will open at 7 p. 'm., or.
I !'bi>HaneJ Daisy E rpt Sunday By anyone familiar with the historyof COMPANY OPENS assures all Key Westers that the : ." She will tell you what you chestra Blurts at 7:45 o'clock and
lUC 'ITIU \ l'lIU.aSIl'; CO. IMC. '
L. AUTUAX\, rre.Ur.t. dirigible, airships the fate of the Macon, show is better than ever before want to know. She answers! any curtains will rise At 8 p'clock. Announcements ,

KIUIU Tae Citizen, Building which went to the bottom of the Pacific Happening Her. Just 10 Years and guarantees everyone will be ,question you wish to ask. free of in connection With
Corner Green and Ann Streets Ago Today A* Taken From HEREONMONDAYMANY pleased with the performances.As !. charge.On this how will be made regularly:
Ocean off the California coast a few days The File Of The Citizen I an added attraction, Mr. the opening night one lady,in the columns of The Citizen. 'l

Only pally Newspaper In Key West and ]Munroe ago, could hardly have come as a sur- II I I ..-- ---- -- ,.

County.Entered pri e. NEW ATTRACTIONSTO
second class matterMKIISIXTH There are more visitors to Keys I
at Key West. Florida as
r What was surprising was the fact I West calling at the chamber of i BE PUT ON BY PLAYERS; -l

IK.%KMrubrr ,that all except two of the crew were,sayed, I commerce, for Information relative TO OPERATE IN TENT AT
'.. lOr the AuMteUlril I'm to key lands! and propt.',
.due to the nearness of naval vessels which a
!Vlie Associated Press Is exclusively: entitled to user . the city than, ever ,before. it was!: DUVAL AND. DIVISIO'N. STS.
rBi>.LI"'lOh''U: ut ala new, di>>i>auii<:. tredilrd It I were cruising in the vicinity at the time. said today.: From the moment ' 7
and also
or nut otherwise r..dlt.-.l in this paper 4
the local 1 ji"w. published liens'. This is the fifth large dirigible owned the offices are ppene-f in the' I'

by the United, States government to meet mornin? until late in the aftc.r-I I! Arthur J. Sawyer Post No. 28, 5d
NATIONAL EDITORIALASSOCIATION) noon the map* at the.,!)trln ]I!American Legion his made all 1zS
disaster, the others being the ZR-2 the :
ll 1/ I. surrounded Ly,, prospective; purchasers -l I i preparations for bringing to Key '.r55
<:::::/r 1935, Roma, the Shenandoah, and the Akron. asking mfoimttion. Mot: IWeat the Ueffner-Vins\ Stock.Company. I
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- 1'01' 'I."'(-'ltll"-r1O\ It-iTISn. Only one, the Los Angles, now obsoleteand of the i inquiring visitor appear to1.:. This aggregation; of

Y..r ____ ... __ __.___ -$1000Wwkly be interested In lard on the, Florida -i theatrical performers are well-1
Six Months,_._ ....__..".:.. ..._..,_:.. ., ._ '.n out of commission, escaped destruc- but '[:
--- Keys a large percentage
Three 5luniha ,..m...... ....... _ ,,,_.-..____._ Z..fI |;Known to )Key Wekters, havingplayed .
- tion
one Muth .. ... . . ._._.--?,..___._ ..ll while in service. I also ask about realty in Key West! ]I1[ : here several; times before.
._... _"..__:....._. -_____ .2t, The ZR-2, built in England for ,the and a great deal cf the question ,'In their past performances they i
AII1I:imsiNG HATTS! American Navy, buckled and explodedover are readily answered. Indications' appeared: at ,the Garden Theater
Made known on application ,at present are convincing .that ,and San Carlos Hall but this time
N'1CIALt1I11'1 Hull England, on August 25, 1921, long before the opening of next ,:they bringing their Tent Theater -
.... ate
All rmJ'nir nut i.- cards of thanks resolutions cl |.
causing the death of C2 of the 66, season many hundreds of acres willMrs. '
r 'pr.I 1 l.ituary notices etc: will Le charged for al men to Key We t.
;, .' r..:.(. el :.0 seals a ll : 5 ..,' .. 19 far "lIlprtAlllmftnU by churehen from whit aboard. __ __ I The opening has been set for
i nrc In IK. derived are S cents a line, Monday. February 25, at S1 : nIU. The Roma, built in Italy for'the Uni-
Clili I an forum and Invites discus-
J. E. Kelly Miss Mildred of Duval and Division -
.. corner
Of polite) Issues and subjects; of local or general
ted States went out of ,control at
'Il. rest but It will not publish "ponymous; commuul- army, McDcnalJ and Miss F. Goetz rep- streets. The\ company u com-
'+utl ,n*. '. Hampton Roads, Va., struck electric wires resentative:: of the Florida Societyof inc: here for an indefinite !stay

--- -- which broke, setting fire to the airship, America, arrived m: Key West ''several week!:' at !least. They will
If one criticises he must be willing
the and
yesterday with intention of organizing appeartw ice a week, Mondays:
be criticised. causing the death of 35 out of a crew of a chapter of the societyin I Thursdays.I

46, on February 25, 1922. this city. Objects of the society Th? company: this year consistsof

The Shenandoah broke in three pieces are admirable! and if put in effect j.,! thirty-five people with a very

Most towns can get along with lessenvy ap.4.fell to earth during a storm over..NobleVounty''Ohio will prpve of great benefit to every able acting ccst. They ,have: aneightpiece
i'cctun of ,the, state. There area known as
inhabitatffrT : ; orchestra
onthe part of its ] -: }
,n *-* HII'"< '*' ; on September 3, 1925, kill-' great many matters of deep interest ,"Dick Koyster's; Carolinans." Vau- f

!, I ' ,,"")11.11); ipg'14., .' out of 41 on board. to Key West which! are fostered -I deville will be put on between thE: 7+ r r

Eight years ago ,Key ;iWest started' its t The Aaron was the victim of a storm; by tha: organization., and it acts.: They will feature arobact.cftunts ;
is deemed advisable that all approached and rhythm dancing. i .
for I :ions. : tap .
agitation an aquarium' Today A
bff the New Jersey coast on' April 4, 1933, should consider the proportion Miss Josephine Royster, a featur-

fait accompli'. What a comm/ni'it 'thinks. '? hnd! sank'with the loss:; of 73 of the,7C mqn !. froiM favorable view-I;(i j ed blues singer, will be one of the :. .-5'

it can','do;. i \ 11 -- .aboard.. This Was the most disastrous poirt. The, socil.tyViI!, .in the !: main attractions. Junmie lIeti .5 J7
April number of the Jlollywoodj i i ner, known as the red headed: 18"1 IN FLORIDA! ( ;
tragedy in the history of aeronautics. The j magazine, publish an article in I

The jury in the Hauptmann case is Macon was a sister ship of the Akron, I which Key Wet will be prominent. II LEGALS '

following the filthy lucre trend and going these being the largest aircraft ever built.In .

into vaudeville, thus subjecting them.- the light of what has happened to I During no other season in the IN TIIK ('oi"\rr Ji.iK.irs. roi ItT i .... , .
I history ot Keye t have so many I INM/ Foil MONimi: totNri \ S, 'Y m : .. ',$C"
I iMtoittii' ':. < :
selves to booing and hissing. practically every dirigible ever con- strangers enjojed fishing in these ,1 HI011111"%
In Rf': Estate fCI
structed, it seems time that this country waters 34 nuw. Every day large I .At'OR <:. HAUCOOK

Key West has had its face lifted, should call a halt] to the building of these crowds go out to try their luck NOTICE TO fUKWTORS 1.8.: ". uith loJ and reel, and in no case To all irrdilor and all irM>ii3 litv
been given a permanent wave and a new "coffins of the air. The whole record of have they returned without sue-I, lag claims or demand againstBald

lease on life, thanks to the application of dirigibles ione of wasted money and ('e_3. Heading: of the notes pub-i! KMate'lou and' each: of you, are hereby
tt-hed : notified and requirt-d to present Have a good time with no regrets-drink Schlitz. stimulates
wasted lives. The world would be better daily regarding the catches I
Federal relief funds.-Bradenton Herald. any claims and demands. wMdi you,
that the off if these death-traps had never been in- loade by guests of the Casa Marina or flthr of you may have against pleasantly,gives you that quick margin of extra energy that lets
We are trusting permanent wave will indicate just what sportis I thesf of Claude abcorlc.deceased ,

will remain permanent. vented. being enjoyed by them and show I 1 I Florida ,to late the of lion.Monroe Hugh County Cunn; you feel your best.It is easier to digest because choicest ingredients -

hat great catches are being made. County Judge of Monroe: Coant. al
I his offue In the County CottrthousrIn are brewed under precise Enzyme Control-a Schlitz secret.
ANCIENT CLUB RULES I Monroe County. Florida,..* .within
House will
believes the
Washington eight calendar months from the
Captain Clark D. Stearns head- date of the first publication hereof And in Schlitz Beer you get Vitamins-health-giving Vita4
soldiers' bonus till and that the
pass; a ing the Oversea Highway Association All claims and demands not pre

Senate will eventually fall in line. The The custom among luncheon clubs of in Key Nest had as Lit rental manner within prescribed the time herein and shall in the be mins that help build stronger nerves, stimulate appetite, pro- t. [If

the United States, whereby a club is supposed guest at the Rotary luncheon E. barred as provided by law.
President will veto the measure, and prob- Dated January 29. A. U 133! mote general health. No wonder Schlitz is better for you.
Cray of Chicago,
prominent man IfI
ably the House will override it; what the to limit its membership to only one I As executor of the I.i t7I11 and I
who gave a very interesting talk Testament of Claude Senate may do is in doubt ,but ,that body of each business or ,profession, recalls a relative to the construction of the I I HAU1UKT' HABCOOK UIllNTfW.Deceased r

will likely side with the President. similar rule of the famous Spectator Club, load to the mainland and the great 1 I. janS4. feb3-12-19 liquid food-with Vitamins! "* '. JII

organized by Addison the English essayist, benefits to be derived therefrom. BENJAMIN LOPEZ I

Mr. Gray is. a fluent talker and I The Beer That Made Milwaukee II
more than two centuries ago. I I FUNERAL: .HOME Famous
The stage was all set to close down his expressed ideas held the interest I
In that day the rule was stated thus: ataLJi.L.e,1 49 Year I
of his hearers for 30 minute1'
the FERA operations on February 10 by II
Key YVetf I .
"None shall be admitted into the club that
AdminRrator Hopkins until congress:; 24-Hour Ambulance Service I -.. .
is in the trade with member Editorial Comment Young
same any : men
LScen ] Embalmer
I e<
could make up its mind how, where andy in it." I I are being urged to seek congenial Pho.. 13S Nie61898-W''i:

whom the $4,800,000,000 was to be lines of endeavor. Some of them
Some other rules of the Spectator ,-,-- I \
that at this the
time most
say congenial
spent, and it still has not decided. Then '
Club, however, find no counterpart among line is the fish line. I MUNSON ISLANDFISHING
Secretary Ickes fumbled in the drawers of \ FREE FREE
the modern regulations governing the CAMP
his desk and found a stray $50,000,000. I Miss Josephine Camille Park, II ,
Rotary, Kiwanis and similar organizations, Operated by R. M. Ellison
That it i is considered. will be sufficient daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John f I Best Fishing on Co* t TO LADIES OF KEY WEST
but they are nevertheless interesting, the Park and William T. Daughtry Guides and AvailableSea
to fill the until comesto Boats '
money decision. gap congress following being examples: Jr., were married last evening at]I Jo'ood-Fishing DISHES AND I HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES I
a Stone Church Rev. of
"If any member swears or curses, his E. L. Ley. j Boating Bathing

I neighbor may gve! him a kick upon the Memorial the Church, officiating. After !I I I Write for Reservations, Pod 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY 3
had ceremony a large assemblage Office Ramrod Key
Newspaper editors who have not l '
shins. attended the reception held Accessible by Rail or Auto to ..: BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, UP 'TO AND INCLUDING

requests to omit certain stories from their "If any member tells stories in the at the resident of the bride's parents Ramrod Key SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23
columns are myths. The Citizen gets themfrequently club that are not true, he shall forfeit for 821 Georgia street. j Rte Camp: Boats$5.00 Meet Per Guests Day- We want all ladies in Key West to drop .in and look over our stock, '

and when the editor thinks it is 1 card which will furnish) what think we should
every third lie a half penny. American P'anWashington's write on a ( we you carry
Large crowds continue to Jte entertained :
for thebest interests of thV ctinmunity'at ro':,* ... .., "If any member brings; ;) his wife.J.nto| end amused at the Shrine '- I' in stock that we haven't at, present. '

large to omit them, he does spipleadersofThe i the'-club he 'shall pay whatever-She. circus and there is no doubt but,I , f1J\# 1 'H.t J| }A1SPECIAUPIZE" w of? 'a, 33'pIEC DINNER, SET awarded:for

Citizen.are aware tha .prpceeging! i J s.'\ of drinks or smokes. .- -- \ that it' which is the most ,entertainingevent :I Birthday.4 the bestsuggesticn drawn from, the .best daily,,flue suggestions on Saturday'oe ..

the municipal .court are never mentioned to : has been shown' in: q' ;'; 23.. .
"If member's wife "comes 'tgfebruary
any y"Ve t in many )'e rs. Every Costume" BallFEBRUARY .
became the offenses are of 'a minor nature fetch' him from the ;club, 'shelsnall 1 speak thing; 'e'yen the weather, has been j i 1 i DAILY PRICES 1

when they are purely personal,.."Ilnd-\vould him door." ; con ucide to the success of the!I .
outside the
to I
circus and the attendance has' .-0- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21
Fati::fy only the morbid curiosity the
The last rule was considered quite been beyond expectations. 22, 1935Dinner '1st Prize-1 Artistic Casserole 1st I1Ze-J Large LaundryBasket.
hoi if
polloi published. necessary in a day when there were no tele- I -o- .
Some of the Rotarians who attended :q and PJate. Prize
phones, and may have enabled a timorous 7.8 : 2nd -1 Castiron Breakfast2nd
the intercity lnucheon 2 Qt. Aluminum Pot
yes-: -
One of the features of La Semana Ale- husband to escape by the back door while, terday in Fort Lauderdale will '1 Dancing 9.12:30 Skillet.
remain -
With Lid. 3rd Prize-1 Egg Beater and 1
juc. the fete beginning next Tuesday nightin a faithful steward assured his wife that he away for a week or longer' $2.00 PER PERSON '
I Prize-Steel Frying Pan. Measuring Glass.FRIDAY .
Key West, will be the Gilbert and Sullivan was not in. visiting in :Miami and other cities. 3rd 'I

opera "Pirates of Penzance.: Like However, most of them returned CASA MARINA FEBRUARY. : 22 .
today or will return tomorrow. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1St ,i"J'lze--.l Artistic Cheese; andi
Key West, it is: observed, Fenzance was A POKER LESSON . I Cracker Serving DIsh.:
--- -- Electric Toaster.
once a naval station and is now a popular i-st Prize- 2nd prize-1 Double Aluminum2nd
regent for artists and writers. Similarlyboth Like most other celebrities, the great I Boiler.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF 3rd Prize-1 Large Prize-1 Dust Pan and
cities are outposts of a nation once pianist Paderewski has been the subjectof .
KEY WEST Brustti.
known to pirates. It is an appropriate a good many humorous stories. One a. at the close of business December 31, 1934. Pan. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 .

choke, there being, no Gilbert and Sullivan concerns the virtuoso's introduction to the Comptroller's Cull 1st Prize-1 Artistic Albninum .

to do a rolircking.", 'rlodern'comic opera on great American game of draw poker. RESOURCESI.oans 4 Qt. Tea Kettle. \
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the ('colorful "-Conch:: .Key, \t'est."-Miami [ On the pianist's first visit to America, Overdrafts and Investments-.._.,--,--_. $ 305,63.43 71.61! 2nd I'rize-l.2 Qt. Hot and "Cold .- .

Daily New Charley Schwartz a gay spender of Chi Banking House Furniture Thermos Jug. I. .

and Fixtures .,. ,,.__ 33,082.33 i GlassesX S '
| J 3rd Prize-G Ice Tea
cago's sporting circles, engaged the Conds of States and ,Possessions .

Jesse 'iqnos, chairman 'of:3the' RFC. talented Pole for a private musicale, for *, of the United ;J Daily prizes' will be drawn every evening.. Firsfcard drawn will get

said in an interview>-in' Miami, that the which he paid the, artist 500., .$chwartz'sfriends Other States Bonds,and-A-_Securities..__...,.. ,',;, ..' ..139370.68'.74,204.03 first prize; second card, second prize; 3rd card- ,. thrift t: 4 prize.- .". ....-"

KFC had loaned 4,000,000,000 on col thought he' had gone? ,crazy to pay Stock of the Federal. Re- ' from Ue jdaily- suggestion* we i.1I.ala9 select the; Mve. beats for f*f r. I

lateral on which bankers would not lenda such a price for an evening's entertain- Temporary serve Bank Federal JJe- ....* .; 6000.00 day. One will be drawn from these 30 suggestions on ,Saturday: EvenintFebruary J

dollar. "We have collected more than ment, but Schwartz merely smiled. lie posit Insurance fund 1954.01 23. Th winner to receive, a '33 PIECE DINNER: SET.
United States
01 per cent of these loans. Bankers must had learned that Paderewski wanted to ment Obligations Govern,direct We, aim. to c&rry ,a complete> ' line of 'household; m Ychandi se. Wewant

learn the country is strong and people pay learn poker. and fully goar'J you Jo call .every lay, next week, and telj MS ) hat. wj( should have.

anteed _____
their debts. Jesse is the host invited - 1832.744.73 .
talking through his After the musicale a Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1,327,913.70
hat. His own bank in Texas does not lend few friends including the Pianist, ,to sit ,in t Mia Contract "Ct.I
South &
$1,888.235.79 EnfweeriBg
money like that.. It is to be remembered a little game. At 3 a. m. the game broke LIABILITIESI. $ i : g .

that he is lending government money .up with Paderewski's $500 back in 'the- Capital - --.,,?$ 100000.00 Phone .59S . 'if kit ud Eliza Street

through the RFC and not his own. It is pocket of his friend Schwartz. The 'concert Surplus and. Undivided Profits. 100.000.0"55,007:42Circulation' : I S ,'Yo.U' home is worthy pf the .. t"

no cuticle off his fundament if the people's the host nothing but
had cost : : Deposits. ., 1633228.37
money is lost ,. Paderewski had gained some experience. . .. .. .,,- -.... ' \
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f If "p"t ,, , . ,... veeeeeee.eeeeef!teeeeej
I NEW LONDON, Conn.-Mrs.
Louise Bruhns of this city has
SPORTSDOINGS COLUMN sued for $5,000 damages claiming -

teeeeeeeeee that a ball driven by a golfer
Rid "He is not a fooL He's only a man
AGe arranged icith. I' , the head.
., an inn keeper Kotita.tchott place daglr \{.- In love. i 1473-Copernicus! founder of struck her on

herd by tht fort of Ditraj/a an CII- "Hit I. brother! And you know ,the modern astronomy, born. Died I
tratttf into the fort JlOIJ' tM. with i By use of the leaf of the
Xr'ro Kubns end Brother Pateual. girl a little better than he kcoti-a I May 24, 1543.
pare to steal tin pmerahcrown of her?" | BICYCLE EITHER LOST OR ..:.._ tropical plant, "aloe vera" severe

Ptu-cya.Crr Lady who Front".....rll tin had governor stolen of it "Five hundred dollars worth bet! J' STOLEN.from in front of Monroe 17(56( -William Dnnlap New bums have been cured without aacar.
/" tin church. Mateo and Pat' ter. That's alL" J Theater last week. No I York City painter, actor and his-1 .
met rout to Uontann't in
inn for a talk. They hop room to return "It's a good bit of difference. questions asked and liberal reward -. torian. whose_ History of the I
the crovn to BUMp ,fmUlano, "He's told her that if she ever I AROUND THE GOLF LINKS i SIGN ,CONTRACTS given if returned to American Theater" and "Rise and Louis lawyer congressman Union'

comes to that postern and raps nIt r James Bailey, Gato Auto Stor-;f I Progress of the Arts of Design" general, U. S* Senator, born at

Chapter 11 in a certain rhythm he'll be out i iI I age Garage. febl9-ltx'':,are classics born at Perth Amboy, ,.Lixintoti, Ky. Died July 9, 1875.

CAREFUL PLAN"tUP If Instantly he ,-E should
his hands Mateo
put on Sunday proved the day of undoing for this LOST ON SUNDAY-Billfold with I
reason much
as surprise }
a who
donna was
WEED aald Montana "a Itnbriz, instead, that would be onyhis mous prima
h :"c1luck. I'd say!" i, for, "Wimpy" Jones, who to La ju anybody else since RING 1 ENCOUNTER I large sum of money. Finder;!; 1792- ;Locke, Cincinnati brought up in this country, bornin
man to hold onr horses In the a a a a | was defeated by Freddie Mathews I he wasn't even half trying to hita I please return to Benjamin:'! professor\ of chemistry anj phfl'm'acy. -' Spain. Died in Wales Sept.

rlght place. Pascual will do It for Down among the willows the light 1 J jby the close score of one up. Reckon good shot. Cut when Li saw I Tynes and receive liberal re-,''I physicist and ,discoverer\ in I'I 27, 1919.

us. We also need ""sonp. Hare' some thickened earlier and there was a "Wimpycouldn't smell ham-Jths results he stuck out his chest ward. Cor. Olivia and Wind1sor the field ,of terrestrial, magnetic, '-
dynamite boiled down (snug the tone of green added to the gloom I j burgers the way he did on the I until he looked like one of these CLAIMED PETE WILL MEEli t Lane. febl9.2ti'i born at Lempster, N. 11. Died 1847-Sara Y. Stevenson PJ>il-

day'to ret it, Mateo. Get the fuse Here, as ,the day..ended with its sudden !- ,I i day he played Sam Goldsnvth.! : An-;!here thing they call a puffer- i, ONE CF FASTEST BOXERS', PERSONALS July 10, 1856.. I adelphia archaeologist, civic: .worker -
fires in the sky Rubrlz and Mon J other close match sits between pigeon. Anyhow when he gets up I and literary editor, born in
and the rest well need to blow
cafe, and some yellow. soap to run a a tana met the big friar. ]"MumpsStrunk: and Cookie*! to his ball he say;, "Well boys, EVER PRODUCED IN THIS STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS, 1798-Sir, Allan N. McNab,1 Paris. Died Nov. 14. 1921. -
mold." Brother Pascual was gravely: and: Mesa. Eddie came: out on the top watch this and see how it's done." STATE AND INDIGESTION victims, I Canadian statesman born. Died ,

"What safer asked the bandit. deeply excited. He led his own mule\ r4\de pf a score, of one :up.{ Both t'lIe takes very careful aim and'I I why suffer? For quick relief Aug. 8, 186'2.1821Francis.

"Up in the tower Is the .room of the great black stallion of Rubrlz. ,I of these matches were interesting. :knocks the ball a good ten. yards I II ,I i get a free sample of Udga I I -
the and that red-silk beauty, The .mare ly played. and 48 hours later Li still has that I a'doctor's P. Blair,
governor, with his office In rout Tablets prescription! ,
of the Kid. As the darkness\ seemedto I | (By OSCAR PITA) SLj ComingFor
of It And in a corner of the room blank look Pete
lift in a wave that closed at last Nebo-Jimmy Wade checksCOLDS
there' Tomorrow morning; plenty he doesn't know whats : :
is ,
an old safe but a strong happened. : :
over the walls of Fort Duraya. the I fight encounter is assured now an indefinite engagementTHE
( cf fur willIe all the
one. flying over Needless to Li
was 27x
friar said -"If I could with say a quiet,i that
: go you signed contracts have been
"Are the emeralds in that safer i. golf course. Eddie Strunk will 'gentleman the. rest of the day. f[! :666 6 HEFFNER YIN30N:
friends it tome that 1 shoull
seems received
by the local promotersi andIgeid PLAYERS
asked Rubric. meet "Curly-locks" Joe Lopez and 'I FOR RENT ,
be happier than any other man In ; from
i i Wade and his The
"How can I tell? But If they're "Champ" Bobby Spottswood will): manager. FEVERTsblets BIG TENT THEATER
the world. Somehow, Monday seems! to bej!!(I bout will '
off at the high '
not in that where tie APARTMENT
safe would they up with Fred Mathews in the FOR RENT mod- .
"Three men can be seen where a dull day on the course. And I:school I lint Under auspices of American
be, friend?" \: gym next Monday night. day
playoff for the FERA champion j ern conveniences, 644 William
two; might slip by, answered Mon you'd think a lot more of the fellows Salve Note Drops Legion Arthur Sawyer Post
aVery welL That Is ,one thing tana. "And knowing that you're out ship.' The writer wishes! .to fore-1 would be anxious to play after 'I'j i|i Nebo will be seen in action in street. Apply: Valdes Bakery. No. 28, commencingMONDAY

learned. What elser"Here here, waiting will make us that ,cast the opinion that the lose time } had ; Floiida for the first time in over feb6-tf in.30 minutes i 25TH
wan or they FEB.
-is a plan of the Inside of much stronger if we ever l get inside Edwardinski will win the j iJp,1 !|i thre years. His last boxing con ,
the fort. Every room and every til- I' When Eddie, gets to swinging i if on Sunday. It was A bit chilly on test staged in this state was back 5 OFFICES in the Hellings Build 1 Opening play will be
,I !the holes where the breeze could I MONROE THEATER
', thetort"K..., -''. : those clubs he is a good(, ,match I I: in 1931 when he fought Jose Gonzalez ing: 319 Duval'street. (Apply to '"From Out of The Sky"
"TTTAIT for us till the morning! ," .f for anybody and with the, handi-- II get( 9 good sweep at you but othJerwLe the Mexican Toy Bulldog i F. W. Roberts:, 803 :plivia Carole Lombard-Mary. Rob n i
) said R-brlz.'"Then I the playing was delightIul.AUlaSt .I: from Mexico City whom he- battered street. febl :12tx i in.LADY BY. HpicE A' 3 Act Comedy Drama featuring -
wait again, !i cap he has his opponent will_have j jI week it was like summer! -! .:: ; -also-- I ; Jiminie Heffner in the
tomorrow ,evening. If we have not I to shoot better than par golf;-:<<:xt : to unconsciousness''iri'e. ten-
[ .
I I F and on one day was really too hot i '; i BICYCLE3 r . I AM A THIEF ,comedy, role
come by that midnight go your way I time the are around ,thisway" II round bout at Miami.
mumps I
h YIt ,dtorgetlna. Givaimy. etaJUon, fee f.: .J am going. to try them|>Maybe J I for: ,comfort. More of the fellows : In Wade Pete will meet o'neof i 'RENT hour Matinees Balcony lOc; Orchestra I Laughs Galore!

bishop, if he's.brave edoogh. tiride ') it will improve my gamfe. should arrange to play at least the cleverest boys produced 'in WE; b'y the" Day, or"Week. 15-20c; Night 15-25c Vaudeville, Singing; and Dancing -
the black horse. '" -1 I three times a week. I :! R pair all makes and Between the Acts
Florida since the, ,days\ of Snook I I paint them with Nu-Enamel. We 1 1SAWYER'S
I I want to let you in on, a secret. 1'Campbell, Young Manuel and him- r General admission:
a full supply of parts.
Handsome Horace religiously carry I
Last Saturday afternoon, a foursome -J I self. Wade, just out of his teens lOc
; practices several times a week. He Agent for the Roll fast Bicyclesand Adults, 35c; Children,
composed of Charley Ketch. and fresh out of college where BEAUTY SHOPPE
I i vim and Tim Pittman against Li! I|'! intends to beat somebody, but I he won medals in boxing tournaments week sell them J. Stowers low as Music$1.00 LADIES FREE
who. per 508 Fleming St. Phone 17-W
C' i li't I Plummer ,and Delmar Butler were I II 'I haven't found out just I and gridiron encounters, Company. janl8-lmo On:opening night one lady will
wandering over the fairways. It '; comes to Key West to meet the Specializing in be admitted free with each

,I seems that .Charley .was burning I II Next week will bring the Divot I i veteran Nebo with & long list of FOR SALE PERMANENT WAVING 1 paid adult ticket

I 'em up in his old time way but I,Diggers and Sand Crab teams together victories, rome of which include SHAMPOO Doors open at 7 p. m.; or.
: that couldn't stop Lionel. It has ; again for one of those several of the best lightweights in FOR SALE-Two lots in La chestra ,1:4G p. in.; curtain
i been told me on good authority I Thursday night dinner affairs. A the world. Gloria, Cuba. One lot in Plaza Finger Waves Facial rises: ,at .8 o'clock. .

,that,when Li drove from No. 5 tee I certain Sam is all primed to eat ,Nebo. until recently ranked Square. One on Market street. I All lines of Beauty Culture Located Li bit water proof
!the ball sailed down the center of I off a certain Willie and it ain't among the best lightweights in the I Five acres of land one mile anda i lent theater, corner Division

the fairway a good 215 yards. The I j I going to be no pig's feet, neither.1ENNLS country is working out daily at I half from La Gloria, Cuba. Done by and JDuval ttreeti.
All free from debts. Price $3- .
-.... -'--- -- the high school gym and right now MRS. J. L. PAPY l'
000. Half trade for Key West
looks to be the picture of condi-I

ARRANGE FOR i i'GOLF [ MATCHES tion for the bout. i improved property. Address ...-
I owner, Mrs. Ida B. Cheeseman! ,
Although Nebo did ,
care of General Delivery,
MATCHES HELD ON SUNDAY fighting in the United States thispast ville, Fla feb8-2tx
year his name was ommited PROCLAMATION

from the Everlast Fighting Rec- FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved -
ord book of 1935. The local war Real Estate in the City of

I Itl FERA GOLF TOURNAMENT TO, PETER VARELA DEFEATEDELLIS rior's most important bouts in Key West; 129 acres of land on February 22nd of each year is a memorable day honored

( . +i 1934 lists Barney Ross, who scored the Florida Keys. Apply to F. by a'J Americans. It is the birthday( anniversary of George
IUI 1 tit BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY i I ENGLAND IN a decision over, the Indian in W. Roberts, 803 Olivia ftreet.febU12tx.
4r Washington, father el his 'country and first president 'of' the
MORNINGThe ONE CONTEST 'II'I a ten-round bout; Tony Canzanari -
I to whom he also dropped a United States.

They paused, out of a common Impulse. very close decision and a host of TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 He: ..,cI,. >>. Nof fjce ,of PrejJ de t an institution., He made

semi-finals in the FERA I Tn >the second round of the II other leading contenders. sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. the precedents, ,and set an axapqdfor all, tha di tingu! hed

Hry Is marked down. And all the "And take the red mare," said Golf Tournament will be played FERA tennis tournament Sunday, Key Westers who saw the recent aug7 men who subsequently occupied that great of tic..
courts. And the sentry posts are Montana "a good ,two days' march I I I ; championship scrap in Miami
marked In red. you seer into the mountains. When you come tomorrow morning at the local Peter Varela defeated Ellis Eng-i heard several fans voice their opinion -' BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING The United States .today is the natural outgrowth of the

..,' see" said Rubriz. poring over to grass and water, and no man's links. The finals will be played land, 6-4., 6-4, and Carl Sawyer i of the last Nebo-Ross encounter WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. plans and, work of George Washington., We are grateful to

the plan. "All that we need now, la house In sight turn her loose without tix on Thursday holes to ,decide which the will thirty- downed Avery Johnson, 6-2, 6-3, I in Kansas City the first part PHONE 152M. dec20 him and revere his memory for the ,untold benefits of sub.'t

a pair\ of wings to fly over the walls, a strap on her back." i of the year, and they all agreed sequent years
results follow with I. Carbonell winning from ,
unless the sentries are ready to "1 shall do It," said the friar. "I The quarter I I:that Nebo was faster than either KAPPA PI
shoot us out of the air." swear under the eye of Heaven. I : Doyle Smith, 6-2, 6-3. Bob Pin-.1 one of the pair that was heading Washington's BirthdayDANCE His high character has been -the outstanding example' to

"Come to meet me. tonight. Just Brothers give me your hands." Spottswood and Salas, Spotts-j{der i was also winner over Charlie I: the card of champions at the :Magic the youth ,of the landHe. was a patriot of unselfish ambitin. -

after dark at this same place. Or They were given to him. and he : wood one up. 1''' Smith, 6-2, 6-3. : City. ., H* was, : a statesman. of' .purity of purpose} he was .

watt here the rest of the day with exclaimed in his great deep voice: i Mathews and Jones, Mathews D. Smith and B. Pinder downed -I i Pete will be forced to bring out' AoUier., of gallant jralor.. .ong may his memory lire in the
"We Friday
me$ said Montana. "Pascual can three are bound together. The
one up. all he knows about the to hearts of all Americans
jet the horses. In the meantime.. liecan warmth of our blood comminglesand Strunk and Mesa, Strunk one C. Smith and E. Wiggins in game : CUBAN CLUB

keep them down In the willows. the breath of one spirit movesIn up. doubles. whip the Orlando fighter who is Cents 75c Ladies Free I, therefore, declare February 22nd, 1935, a holiday In
by the bank of the river. You know us. There is more than the i fast and can hit with lightning- the City of Key West
Cruickshank and Lopez The semi-finals will be plajedby .
i like
where the willows are thickestdo xn i strength of earth In us. Bishop I i speed.
there Pascual r Emiliano prays for tonight. Ba five up.There. I Peter Varela and Carl Sawyerand i I .trust. !hat all of/Ur. ,and employes. of the City will
you close I ........................I.Ii PALACERay
-I know." agreed the friar. strong. Be patient. And 1 shall wait were three very Bob Finder and I. Carbonellon so arrange their affairs'as to fittingly'celebrate this day.

"Ay. but how to get Into the fort?" here and pray In my turn. If only I matches in the quarter finals the i I Thursday, and the two winners i Today In History Walkus-Arline Judge holiday .
ell of labor
demanded Jlubrlz. could fill my hands In this work. In winner being decided on the last -inMILLION I urgently jreqwest employers\ ; le> grant a
"That will be managed. 1 knowa stead of filling my throat with hole. I I'will play the finals on Friday. i......................... DOLLAR BABY to employee, if apt the .whole day, at least a' portion
I I !
certain way to tap on a certain words!" SPORT 1803-Ohio. admitted to State- Comedy, fShort Reeltine'ez'iO'lSc'foight thereof, and that the people engage I ip, such celebration U to_

postern down:! ,t, the bottom of \bj AVben the honest, ,.friar; had ,11l1.x: : i :i I. hood.1807A..Bri'tth. : 'M ." :/ : IS:2S' fittingly honor the memory ,9! George Washington, first

wall, above,the river. And my tap Isf ed speakIng, the* quick\, : FJGHTJROGMM MIAMI NINE' WILL --:-:--:-. ,. .President'ol'the' United'Slates. ,
Will bring out a certain sergeant of the'night already had closed over II fleet '''tlltn al- '" < f' '
with a' smile on his face and his the town and Montana and hubris .DEFERREDVhe 'I i 'Dene tLi. 19th'day! o.f February A. D. 1935.La .
WAS lied"with Russiain
hands empty. If he leaves the door went.up the,slope towards the fort.. I "'$iAYIN (ElWEST[ Turkey, achieved,, the,waz.iagtJnst. ;remarkablefeat ; :..,KEY WEST ht 1" 'I\ i7 ,v.>.''''t ('w/.tWM".\, H.' MALONE, Mayor.Atte4t .'
1. ,
open behind him, can we trust ourselves gbroughjlfce; fist blackness. 'of through'the J COLONIAL HOTEL ,- 1.1( , : t }
to set inside, friend!" They were close to they plackand| ; J Dar-j \
danelles ,and destroying WALLACE PWTOEJR Clerk.
rigid'he ;hts of the fort wall when fight; card'tnat was arranged I In the Center of the Business ?
O UBRIZ began to sweat Ills facj they paused, out of a common Impulse fort last night at the High I DOUBLEHEADER TO ,TAKE II the harbor of Constantinople. I and Theater District

shone almost as brightly as hlj! and looked behind them. AU School gymnasium was deferred j I PLACE SUNDAY AT 1864 The of Pythias I r
eyes. the stars were shining except towards until next week due to the fact i t, Knights I First Class-Fireproof-
"What lies inside the door!" he the east and south where that sufficient seats could not be I NAVY FIELDA I (Washington Lodge No. 1)) founded -
asked thick clouds had unfurled close tc secured for the accommodation of I I in Washington, D. C. by Justus Sensible Rates

"guardroom with two private the horizon. Perhaps a storm wa* the fans it is stated.Today's If. Rathbone and several other COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
soldiers Inside. moving up from that direction. government clerks.
:Miami baseball club will
And these twor But all was placid and the nigat ........................ playa Garage Elevator
"There are only I two of them. was so windless near by that they doubleheader here next Sunday! I 1878---Edison patented the
Mateo. could see the thin faces of the starsin Birthdayseeeeeeeeeeeei afternoon at the Navy Field. The phonograph, the most original of Popular Prices ,

"Ay, but two can alarm ten thou. the shallows of the river loop ...O.. .... first game will start promptly at J his many inventions.
sand." near the willows where the good 1 o'clock and the second game will I \
John II. Fahey of Worcester, start the "
"There was never any good plan brother Pascual was waiting for right after first game. -
without a little risk In It." answered them. Mass., chairman of the Home Loan All players are invited to come a

El Keed. shrugging his "Xow. 1 tell you this said Rubrl%. Bank Board and of the Home out this week to practice. DOWNGOES
shoulders. softening his mighty voice to se Owners' Loan Corp., born at Manchester Players are requested to come 'li

"Look! muttered Rubrlz to Fan crecy."It Is better to have the naked N. II.. 62 years ago. out to the Colored Baseball Park TYPEWRITING ,

cuaL "lIe Is a devil ehr prayers ot a fellow like that Pascual every afternoon until .Saturday. PRICE OF .
"He does a work In the name of a than a hundred strong men at your William H. Dick of Memphis. These practice tilts* will beginat

kind God. said the friar devoutly. back." Tenn.. lumberman, president of 4 p. m. sharp every day. PAPER SHAVING COMFORT

"And how do you know that tie (Copyright mi) Harper f Brothers) the Mississippi River Flood Control Each and every player will be

fool of a sergeant will open the door Asso., born at Rock Island, given due consideration and the i NOW!
when you tap?" Tomorrow.on the postern Mateo gat and. Mammatap Ill.. 63 years ago. 20 best players will play in the

-, doubleheader. Each and every 7'Sc PROBAK Fine Fishing Tackle
-'---- Dr Milton C. Winternitz. retir- player will have a chance to play JUNIOR .

FRUIT SHIPMENTAT ..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's ed dean of Yale's Medical School, with the visitors.A Package of 500.Sheets .

Horoscopeyeeeeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeeeee born in Baltimore, 50 years ago. small admission will be charged : r =:Made ,y'- -'

to help pay William Cates' and GOOD QUALITY BOND to
LOWE'S STORELowe's I ,Samuel M. Stone .of JI rt9rd. Mario Pena's ,way to the training i >4HA ( :Bail
I Conn., president of Colt's Patent camp.J.: PAPER Pflueger Yos 'M. aid Sort
You have a retiring disposition Fire ,Arms, born at Urbana, ,Ohio, Us in jcfct4

Cash Grocery, 1117 Division studious' and with deep intuitions!, 66 years ago.Thomas .. journalist and writer born at' -: TijE'ARTMAN >, lOHr2Scasfr5Se t FOR '':VERY SPECIES pF GAME FISH

street, announced today but are capable of rising to dis- Pana, ,Ill.. 57 years ago. .
J jjB /jj iy: ;> ?/* kPRMK\ -*>
that" the weekly fruit and vegetable tinction. The affections are not D. Campbell of Hardin, % See Qur Complete Une'sHardw

truck will arrive tonight, very warm. ]bjUt the .nature is con Mont, noted farmer born ,at 'Thomas J.,J. See, famed astron PRESS JUNIOR i

which is one day earlier: than stant. It is a position from which Grand Forks, N. D.. 53 years a?o. omer-mathematician of the U. S. Ml

usual. I one of humble birth ,may rise to -, Navy born near Montgomery City, Citize? BIPH'PflE ; $, teStOre

This! shipment will include a,, great,influence. Newcomb Carleton chairman of Mo.. 69 years ago. ,r%.. tM.REu.U.a roe.I rules.PAT.c,ferk/
large variety of both fruits and the board Western, Union 'bornat : ; $1 f. CTNER PATEMTS j/ 1f, '

vegetables, which will be placed!I Common table salt has been Elizabeth, N:J., 66 years ago. Sven Anders Hendin, famed I ,. probak Junior fits all "r'c., _ ., .CAROLINE i.Jt'r .. *STREEET; . ,
on sale on arrival of the truck to- converted into a powerful arti' j Swedish explorer, born 70 years n 1IetteProbgk razors

!ight _ __ . ficial,radi -.ctiY!'.element l , _' Caret Garrett of Tuckahoe, N. ,ago* .. < __. - .

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I Temperature Tampa 52 56 Miss Betty Poole left yesterday -&y" "MoveSpotlight"

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Highest .. ...._..._.. ..... ._._ 65 Washington 40 50 afternoon for Miami after a delightful 1
'PHONE 752-J Lowest .. 59 Williston 22 136 J. L. Papy who, for the visit with friends.

................................a................i Mean ____.._.62 past several months, has been at q
Normal Mean _ _ _ 71 WEATHER FORECASTTill Sawyer's Beauty Shoppe, 508 Richard Gilbert, former Key,
'Pirates Of Penzance' To Open Rainfall Fleming street, will this Wester, who was in Key West for! 1i
Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. ( 8 p. m.. Wednesday) I place indefiniately. two days njeeting old friends, left,
Program Of Week's Festivities Normal Precipitation .04 Ins. Key West and Vicinity: Fair I Mrs. Papy specializes in perm-'I yesterday afternoon for Miami.
... tonight; Wednesday partly cloudy; I --
TfcU rrrvrtf evvm :-- r perl" anent waving and also offers such
-- emdlmf at 8 .'elk Skis ..ralal(. Mr. and Mrs. Hello Renedo and
Today begins officially "La Prior to "the formal opening of Tomorrow' Almanac etla-re,,, services as shampooing, finger children, who were spending the (,
i I waving, facial and in fact all lines >
Semana. Alegre," and the' initial the show; he' Key West Woman's 'Sun rises 6:58 a. m. MOM fiIl of beauty culture. week end with relatives left yesterday s '
,event, a vast presentation'of the Club and Garden Club will be ad 'I Sun sets 6:24 p. m. for the home"in Miami. H
Gilbert and Sullivan operetta.I'dressed at a sperial meeting taking 1 1 i NEl12YW'fDi iSATC1l'h'G
,Moon rises m.
"Pirates of Penzance" takes I .. 1 Mrs. Caridad Ramirez PThc S 71M c"M1ITE
place'(: place in the Library by two of Moon sets 7:56 a. m.Tomorrow' I II who was ;c -
,tonight. the foremost clubwomen of the I SWANSEA Wales. Richard visiting with members of the IJES ActW YI7
Tide : '
i !
,Preparations for the remainder;'state, M>s. T. V. Moore, state I 6Fair 1 and John Weber, twin brothers of I family for a while returned yes ttr i2AMAtIHAsti'j
A.M. P.M.
of the'week are going forward,png president of the Florida Federation I %-h terday to Miami. TO WTSH
this have both 59
High 11 :03 11 :24 I city, completed ms's 1:zrrovz '
scale. Tomorrow ofCOUl'e .
of Women's Clubs, and Mrs.T.
the formal opening of the T. Stephens, vice-president of Low ___ 4:41: 4:50 I vl i, years church.of perfect attendance at I Cayetano Camus, who is Fpt'nd.ring r
Key West Flower Show occurs, Section Eleven of the Federation.The Barometer at 8 a. m. today: a while in Key Nest with his
with many dignitaries in Flower Show will remain Sea level, 30.20. I Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.. 29.68 son and daughter in law, Mr. and
attend.j I rrvc
ance. open until 10 p. m. tomorrow eve- Lowest moderate north and northeast inches, and New York City, 29.66 Mrs. Fernando Camus expects to
The Garden Club, sponsors of ning, and a record attendance is Highest winds. I I inches, and snows have continued leave within a short time for Bir-
the affair, have labored diligentlyto I confidently expected. Thursday I' Station- Last Night Yesterday Florida: Fair tonight, possibly throughout most of the Lake region -I mingham, Ala.,. to accept a posi- jI QyYAcL4iE'AvEAiC .-
make this show spectacular and\ and Friday of this,week the show Abilene .._ 42 74 and in the upper Ohio Valley, tion. PING Tf3,2., Jt&E
frost in interior
light north and in
impressively beautiful Masses of I will be open from 10 a. m. to 10 I, Atlanta 36 48 of central Wednesday I being generally light to moderate. /V M/Ut OF THE GOOS'HE ,
rare tropical blooms, together p. m., with specially designated ,Boston _...32 36 portion; -i Light rain has also occurred during ::I Cecil F. Olson and II. II. HAD MISLAID Hit AIAICOr aY %
partly cloudy, slowly rising ,
with almost all species of florato I hours already announced in a Buffalo __ 20 30 the last 24 hours in central : Thomahlen, officials of the Illinois 1874PEYNYcl' %'NIijll7iLY -Kus
be found on the island, will be' previous issue of The Citizen Charleston __ 42 54 temperature in east portion and :and southern Florida. High pres- Central Railroad, who spenta WAS s :
exhibited.The I for the attendance of white and Chicago ..__..... 32 40 probably followed by. rain in extreme -I', sure areas! overspread the country brief time in Key West on business -
..____ 30 62 south portion.Jacksonville uo&mxASccxeCOLUMBM oFzX7it Ar '
show will open formally at colored school children and colored Denver ? from the Rocky Mountain and left yesterday afternoonfor .
4 p. m. tomorrow afternoon and+,i 1 people Detroit __ 18 32 I to Florida Straits:I Plateau regions southeastwardto Miami. fWOf eaIVED: CHECKS
a concert tea will be in progress:1 This Tropical Flower Show has Galveston __.. 54 58 Moderate west and northwest I' the Gulf of Mexico Salt Lake ice: ZO//V6 NO;lt.IIYL BUT
immediately following on the Public -|I I created widespread interest not Havana .__ 68 winds over north portion and moderate City. Utah. 30.48 inches. Dodge Walter: P. :Murphy prominentin L) YG /A' 'BeD i2.2 ;jHOSPITAL '

Library lawn. Mrs. William II, only 1 locally. but' n hroqghouj theentji'e' Huron _._..__.. 32 42- to fresh north shifting to!;t City, Kan!?.. 30.40 inches, and .the business world and owner ..;. ...., "1MOADWAYJILt.m' ?C A/e IN *
Malone, resident of the Key state.,alt: "J,; '>t,' Yisrtors! Jacksonville 40 b8 fi, weather northg8styover; south portion;Corpus Gfmsti and Galveston, Texas t l I of the Ya Intrepid' rio ;;lying. '"
West Garden Club will presideover have arrIved'ii( \ the city'Jot the Kansas City ._ 36 S4M, partly overcast".; tonight and New Orleans La., 30.28'' in Key West:harbor' left,yestcr- : '
nor', ..",II KEY WEST ...... 59 65 and Wednesday. .\ :
this phase J't. inches. Temperatures have?risen dayafternoonfox:
of the event 'with pan f cUlar purpose of attending I a busu\ssirip. ,! .: _
her customary'grace: and charm..' the''.o riirig tomorrow Tafternbbn. Los Angeles 60 84' s }East: Gulf: :Moderate west shifting from the west Gulf states northeastward "to,,'Washington, - -" >"' ''1 '.- .. ; .----
,, Louisville 34 5 ,to north winds over north the Atlantic"!'states '; } + 7' ... ._.,_,
t. - portion over ,
I : !!G '" (.1\ J Ill < 'M49 :: <<
. , Miami ___ o4 G0 and moderate to fresh north and are above normal thtii; om- :,''Mrv:add MxsTAlfred: H.:. Tvag?,! '* : r '
: n '
.c 9s' I ?
Garden Club Ch-ng; ; Plan IIG In 'snot Minneapolis __ 26 3 it' shifting to northeast winds over ing throughout practically4 entire who'were,spendniilrew{ ; ,days; in for the home i in.Washingto, ", c.l sonville, returned, 1Y Ivey West
I New Orleans __ 46 S6 ', south portion. country except in Florida, Key West;".- eft yesterday foV*the companied: by her;son, TonTKet-; ,Sunday ' '. '
Contest On Yard New York _. 36 40 with readings 22 to 25 degrees I home in Palm' Beach.Mrs. T chmgs, III. "* ''<1 -
ImprovementsThe Pensacola __ 46 54 WEATHER CONDITIONS above in the Dakotas and the temperature .

Pittsburgh 32 44 at Washington. D. C., I J. Nettles, who was before I Mrs. Otto Lundquist, who was arrived
Garden Club Committee in This will mean that all Key St. Louis ._._ 36 58 Pressure ts low this morning being higher than that at Jacksonville marriage Mrs. Carola Ket- : visiting her daughter Mrs. II. K.i::i made the trip to Fort Jefferst

charge of the Yards Improvement Westers have another year in I Salt Lake City. 34 48 from the extreme upper Mississippi Fla. II chings, who was spending a while : Sabin, in Washington D., C., and,I], last week for data relative to the
Contest j judging of which San Francisco .. 52 70 Valley southeastward the I
was over G. S. KENNEDY. with her Mr. and
parents, Mrs.1 son Archie Sheppard and daughter prison, leave ,
which to plan and make vast improvements 44 tjO" -:: expects to afternoon
Seattle north middle
scheduled announced to that take due place to today a varietyof have to their yards, and and Atlantic, states,I Official in Charge.J i Charles L. Roberts, left Mrs\ Violet Hendricks, in Jack-]I for New York.

conditions it has been decidedto next year it is confidently expected -P--

cancel same this year.It that many such improvements
has not been possible for the
will) be noted, and it will be possible 0iq
people of Key West to make the
I to hold this Judging of Yards
improvement in their yards I
were anticipated and it was and justly.

thought better to place the fund The committee in charge much. I rw%>rt: }ar,:.4s r ,S. '1K
which was to be awarded to the regret this postponement, but confidently 4'
possessor of the yard showing the believe that it will be to i II +N' .yA?
greatest improvement in a local the best interests of all .:.:.
bank, and the awarding postponeduntil ed if the matter is concern-I

next year. I way.
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Modern' Cocktail Hour New

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Social Innovation Announced x? v tis : Rf.
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A new and startling social innovation and no European would think of) .,
has been announcedin ',I going in to dinner without first C
the form of a very modern I'I fortifying himself with an aperitif : 1 'S '
Cocktail Hour to be held at Raul's two. :.
Club Miramar on the Boulevard '::I or
each Saturday between 5:00 and Now the custom has spread to
7:00 P. M.\ America, and has proven delightful
These Cocktail Hours have recently Key West, too, will welcomethis
become tremendously pop- opportunity to be smart and

ular throughout the entire country gay.A
and are in effect at all the I I special program of dance
leading clubs hotels or whereverelse : music has been arranged for this
smart people gather for an 'Saturday's initial Cocktail Hour
aperitif before dining.In .and it is believed that society will
Europe, of (course the custom 'attend in great numbers to inaugurate -4 5C
has been in effect for years, the custom here.

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Costume Ball On February 22 : ;e r

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Royalty and other distinguished > -en' of the Key West social sea- f.'" \. .. :.t' :
Kue/tiGV Il* be 'prteent at the Uali u ;/(./" : ." ..UU2 fU
Grand Coltume Ball'scheduled for Special !aecorations and favors .;11I0'0'c, \
Washington's Birthday, Friday !1JU', -- '
will be in evidence foe the oora- .. ,
February 22nd,.at Casa Marina. l''I1! I\I\ nC :tO Y x.Y.
The Duke of Arcos "of *10n.rindm(! excellent dahce'pr#!t
nephew : t 'I iJr. j'" '!IIKEJ t:; :.
the former King Alfonso of Spain,'1 gram'wlll> ben'gven! 'uWr'th'e"! ',. "ai1" IAE .1 t 2.+ ; 'q s i
'/1"(, at ir" 7 1 .J''" UA.| I "J""
will attend. and Miss' i aros'UC'Cullough ; i
section I ofiRichard ,Prjncipale.f0): [: l'v".N t. : .
prominent )..oung'soci ti 'If former; aiffairi of this nature 1/ ., 4H3'c :
woman of New York City, a guestat the Grand Opening Ball onNew '
the hotel, will impersonateGreta Year's Eve and the brilliantSt. i
Garbo at the affair. Valentine's Dinner Dance last

Local society is right now busily week are any indication of what
engaged in the preparation of this Costume Ball is to be, thenwe Whenyou need
an excuse
elaborate costumes; to make the may confidentally expect agrand f M '
Ball a dazzling and brilliant spec and glorious event in this
tacle, a last great and fitting I Washington's Birthday Ball. \ to stay a little longer... h :

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Visitor DelightedWith Legion AuxiliaryTo M. v

Key West Hold Meeting

II. Emile Phaneuf, of Montreal Members of the American Le- J 1v' T4 VUMMiV '7/. .

Canada, who was for a gion Auxiliary are being notified rtu ;
month a guest at Casa today of a meeting of the Organization
1aIarina'' to be held tomorrow '
here '.
returned yesterday, "
afternoon. -'
north: The meeting will be called to '
Mr. Phaneuf, a world-wide TLSi / \ -.r.
order 4 o'clock in the residence ke'i
traveler, before his departure ( of Mrs: J. G, Piodela, 420 Fleming I B
pressed himself as more than' 'x-I i street. '7'. t \ ;
lighted with Key West, which 4 .' \
stated was one of the most ..harm-I 1 i
ing places he had ever visited on 1s s Dance Tonight At : t i { i ,

his numerous travels. Country ClubA .. ..... .,' f'

returning lie announced for his intention of I I '," ''' f' I give you the mildest smoke, the best- bitter to the taste. I scorn the coarse bottom : .., : < .,
a more lengthy stay dance will be held tonight at : : 'i .
in the future, and also his regretat the Key West Country Cub for ,,i' tasting smoke. You wonder what makes leaves, so harsh and unappetizing. I am careful '
being forced to leave here no\v,1 members and invited guests. < .'.4 ;c.,'
where he had so splendid a .hte Honored guests at this affair :. me different. I'll tell you. It's center leaves. of your friendship, for I am made only of

during his sojourn. will be the cast of the opera, CENTER LEA YO MILDEST SMOKE
"Pirates of Penzance." '' I spurn the little sticky, top l leaves" . so the mild, fragpnt, expensive center,Jcavcs; .

BIRMINGHAM Eng.-An injunction MANY PICTURES ice'y 1 : : .

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issued 2-! .'
was in this city HERINGTON -
Kan. Wesley -
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forbidding Dan Cartwright from Krambeck: railway employee ,-: !;: ..:i' . ,
calling John Jones a "skunk" at this city has a collection of otl I .il:: r,. ; : : --.. ,' )' .. ,-' .
meetings of their union I pictures* of locomotives. '. .. _:, ? .,. .,,;.-.r.1' .. ," ..- 1'- :. . I . ..J It" ..:; ; '.-.;-p.-. ... .--"...Comttbt. ..MS.".," 'TtePAGE ,\-. ,-,yt,' 11011,' -.
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