The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00437
 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 22, 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: UF00048666:00437
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Key West Entertains Numerous FIRST PRIZE IN i JURIST TELLS OF

I i Washington's ,Birthday Being I[District Governor Of Rotary'EntertainedHere

Visitors During Present Week

BY PETREL! Celebrated: With- Many EventsAs I LasbNight

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More Continue To Come FIREMEN MAKE I -
VESSELS usual on holidays, KeyWestis came from the Miami Biltmore .
Hotel I
In' With Arrival Of MOONLIGHT .I celebrating Washington's Birth. I
PLANS TO PUTOMARNIVAL II Tennis tournaments and! gulf : HIMSELF TO MEM.
I Enjoyable 'Luncheon
LIGHTED day anniversary quietly and with competitions were held. The tennis ;
Trains, Boats, Planes at Bayview Park and the golf BERS OF GRAND JURY AT
MANEUVERING out ostentation. matches Several Addresses Are
And By Highway Route Club links.
Practically all government activities
The Porter Dock Company with I This afternoon a special thy Atmorlalrd Press) Given On Occasion

CHIEF HARRY BAKER RECEIVES its "Petrel" have been suspended I gram beginning at ::1:30 pro-I APALACHICOLA', Fla., Feb.

During the past few days Key WORD STATING colorfully decorated, throughout the entire day and'being, carried out at Bayview I'ark.I'[ 22.-Circuit Judge E. C. Love. OF PROGRAM IN CELEBRATION '7

West has been thronged with won first prize of $25 in the i Mayor William II. Malone will deliver -!''opening a special term of court OF "LA SEMANA Th. K.y West Rotary Club held (
KRAUSE OUTFIT WILL OPEN I most of the business places have an address on the subject! here because of crowded condi.
visitors; more than 1,200 arriving moonlight regatta staged last "Why We Celebrate Washington's'i tions in the county jail, told the ALEGRE," DISPLAY BEGINSAT a very enjoyable luncheon at the '.
ON WEEK OF MARCH 11 observed the 1 o'clock closing *'I 1
during the early part of the week night as one event in "La Semana Birthday. Dr. William R. Warren 'county grand jury America is 8 O'CLOCK Parish Hall last evening with
hour and have given employe an' will deliver an address the subject!I I'.guilty of the charge that it is the
mot of them making sightseeing Alegre." of which is "George Washington. I I I most lawless civilized: nation in Earle C. Thatcher governor ThirtyNinth
Chief Harry Baker, of the Key opportunity for relaxation. The Man Who Dared to Experi- 1 the world. .
trips from points on the east West Fire Department has been Nearly. score of boats passedin The highlight in the fourth day District Rotary Inttrna-
ment. I "We as a nation," he said, "are'
Principal streets of the city
advised that the Carnival : .
Coast review when the regatta took Tonight's activities will center, charged with being the most I i of celebrating "La SemanaAlegre" lioov, as a guest of the meeting.
train Shows will arrive'' and 'be 'opened lire' streamers of flags and banners -' around the wonderful display 'of -the 1 thee I'
Coming in Key' West will
by Sunday were be
for exhibitithtduringth: week' of plate) :'J aDd'.n>:were. 1 decorated fnone'way1 I basin'ThisJ!I l Mr. Thatcher was accompanied
fireworks at the yacht ; world; and the consideration( of..aJ 1./
480. Monday the' arrivals were March 11. 'or'' 'another Second 'displayed'while'many; of'ha.l.u'lilM" .I sill start promptly at 8 o'clock*\ few Statistics will convict. us of:I, : lofol'krid"gorgous, display ;ofc: "6'ii:iwo .. i.El'iI' Jr. and

not :many Tuesdajr"more( than The shows"will be'located the : places'and private residences : and n number' of beautiful fea-j jthe.charge." >'1 fireworks 'be'held'6; o'clock tonight .'
Flaglerl Field adjacent' to the prize'6f: $15'weftt'1o"tL. *' L. I 'Ot'.; members of the Rotarygovernor'sparty
tures will be shown.
100 came by train and '50 by causeway'leading'to the air'station I'are redisplay" flags ncjbunting. : 'The'rapid increase.Berime,''1 at 'tHe' Key '.Welt'Yacht Basin. ..
'S't.wcr' Miiic third " Starting at 8:45 o'clock tomorrow -.'the veteran'juristcontin e'dJ."an t attendance
and will i be easily'available' frorrt Coma/ny?and f < i iI n
boat. Wednesday 286 arrived l" morning bicycle races'Trill bo .
there, said Chief'Baker\ : j jI' I serious'nature of'many' 6f the
prire. : of ilO'went' to the'KJ 'W "\ held on the Boulevard. Bleachers!j offenses criminal P Entrance eluded 'Ca.ebolt of' Newark.
and yesterday 311, making a total Ask l"if eommittee'had'dei'decided :: I against the' lawsof ; to the' basin will be
There ere a number of event are being set up there, near Bay- !state has reached' alarm ; :
just what of entertainment Colonial Hotel. our from the Southard) N. J.; wh'o"lsl'editor); of the publi.
of 1.227 by boat and train. In on type view Park. Prizes for the eight street gate, the
was to be brought to : scheduled. Shortly after noort j ing proportions both in the county
addition to these there was a Key West the chief replied that The parade of boats passed the races which will take up the morning the state and the nation, and came as used on the night of the cation, "Wheels. Mr. Caseboltit
stand which had been ; Professor Enoch Taylor gave an hours. are being donated: by I '
reviewing challenges the and
large number arriving in the city: up to date nothing specific had I local merchants. 'I"Pirates of Pentan e" pro ucli n. m. former Rotarian. Jesse Dawson -
been decided placed in the balcony of the Mi exhibition of swimming! in the:, I serious consideration of every
today. The upon. ami-Key West Airways.The Tomorrow afternoon there will citizen interested in the There is to be no charge for admission. Miami Rotarian and Erne
committee to look the preserva-1
These figures do not embracethe entire carnival over and list of entries, together pool adjacent to the boulevard be a field meet in the park start-t 1 tion and enforcement of and I .
large number daily arrivingover make a selection of the shows and with the names of the owners of near Bayview Park. Also he demonstrated ing at 3:30 o'clock. The evening j, order as well as the protection t It la understood that bleacherswill Coe also of Miami. Mr. Coe gave
the boats entered in the will be given over to a number of|t and well-be'ng' of society.
regatta address the occasion and
nets to be brought to West an on ,
Key his remain
the ability Under
highway. While these dances being sponsored by local be set up at a location which
will leave the follows: r "We face a world that seems
figures are not available it U estimated Sunday morning over for highway Fort Lauderdale next. D. Aronovitz, Will Richardson; water for a long period. He.,organizations and i individuals. I to have lost its irtoral l standards. I will afford spectators a: "perfect his talk proved .to be very inter

that several hundred where the carnival will then The Key West Citizen L. Tinder; --- _- Crime runs rampant' and un]I and unobstructed view of the.display. esting.. '

have arrived during the period.In be playing and determine on what i I Delmonico Restaurant. Eddie I checked. Overt acts of violence : ,

a number of instances manyof attractions are to be brought to I i Saunders; Key West: CocR-Cola I HAUPTMANN WINS i 1 NOTED WRITER and defiance of law are on the; There are two distinctive fea- District 'Governor Thatch

the arrivals have remained for Key West. I i Appelton Saunders; Key West increase, but worse still the lures of the during'the'exhibition gave the principal Jress of the

two or more Hays, but most of Members of the committee arc Colonial Hotel, Broward Saunders; APPEAL IN CASESTAY ] ON VISIT HERE I standards of law and morality,,!j in which program the spectators eeUng,'wnidi dealt"with various

them have gone out the same or Chief Baker, Secretary John W. Lopez Funeral Home, Joseph Russell once recognized and respected,' subjects, altho'ugb he mainly referred
Meltzer Motor Cons I | are<< requested stand. One of
the next afternoon.EXCURSION. Roberts Attorney Allan B. Cleare.Jr. ; jany. I are flouted and forgotten. | .
., Captain Everett Rivas and Mrs. Peterson; Wing Lee and Many Murdered { these is the United States flag to tte, .activities of Rotary s4;;;

Hamlin. Monroe Meat Market. John Saw- OF EXECUTION ORDER.ED MRS. ELIZABETH SUDLOW J which and other 'matters perUiniug to
Roy This country, 'Judge Love said,[ unfolds from the heart of '

ABOARD Chief Baker said the people maybe I It 'I yer Richardson; Page's Pierce Soda Fountain Brothers, Dar-Will IN WRIT OF ERROR FILED . ASSEMBLING DATA FOR I lost 36,694 men in the world war,![f a great red 1 rose and the other'is the ideas and _purpose* of the or-
t assured that only the best and ; William Warren ', ;
but in the fifteen years that followed ganization. Dr. R. ,
portrait) President Roosevelt)
cleanest of the shows and attrac- rell Lowe; Pena's M. Weiser: ; J. BY HIS ATTORNEYSII MAGAZINE ARTICLE murdered r .. '
PLANE TOMORROW L. Stowers Music Company Dar- 180,000 persons were , The complete'list of the various made the response to the address
tions be selected the '
will by com '
in the United States. :
items of the given Mr. Thatcher. ,
rell Lowe; Columbia Steam Laun- pyrotechnic display by ,, ..r
". .f . - mittee." .. dry and Trevor',and Morris, Ted ._._ . 4 w .1 '>i- . Declaring respect for law aijd!) : f.o.lIC? !..ir -..... .. _> :Df,,Robert\ O.+VaQ D.r,,.5c\v3.1/
( .' led ITt-kB) 1 Mrs., Elizabeth Williams Sud- order is more to be desired than I 1 '
I Opening Salute. Grand ilium.
WILL BE MADE TO TORTUCASAND Bailey; Bob's Bar-B-Q. Thomas Is now vUiting in Key West, was,
MORE VISITORS Moore; and the Porter Dock Com TRENTON N. J., Feb. 22.-, low, writer of note and prorain- richness in trade, Judge Love I I ination of 'the Grounds, AerialI

OLD FORT JEF- pany. Richard Bruno Haupt ann, sen-,, tnt in focial circles of Coral said: ;I I Flash: Maroons, Victory Bombshell among thoe in attenrance.

FERSON tenced to death in the electric i! Gables and Miami made "We can readily see how it is.. Powerful, ,Electric Canopy. The district governor presented
ARRIVE IN CITY .S.S.......S.S.SS....... chair for the murder of CharlesA. j'ircciated. call!! at The! Citizen an ap-of. bad for a nation to lose its money, Popping Corn Amongst'the Clouds. W. L. Bates with a loving cup as

to lose its trade, to see its greatlyI [t The Canopy of the Starry Flag.. a reward for his faithful services
I THE WEATHER Lindbergh, Jr., won his appeal'jesterday lice yes'terday.Mrs. .
Another of the delightful and t I cherished prosperity still linger.[Electric Shells. Combination of in. Rotary 'activities as, it was
when certified ofa
instructive excursions by the Mi GENERAL MANAGER OF DU. ........................ a copy Sudlow is assembling data ing beMmd some remote and un-' Geysens Visitors from Mars The shown that Mr. Bates has been a
writ of error was filed by h:3 for an article on Key West for the discovered corner; to be crushed' Prospector's Dream, Sunburst
umiKeyVest Airways, incorporated 11 constant attendant at th. Rotary
result of floods,
I lawyers. :Saturday;\ as a famine pestilence Shells Aurora Borealis Crystal
Evening Post
and has in- 1
is planned for tomorrow; and AND WIFE STONES' GUESTS Highest! ....... ........_.........70 This procedure automaticallyI lei viewed I or other disaster; but as''';: Fountain, The Pyrotechnic: Cuttlefish -, meetings for the past eighteen
reservations be
can made at the Lowest ....... __...._..._. .........63 ( a number of business great and deplorable as are such, Race of the Airships, Dragon feari,, and has not mured one
landing stage, or barge, b) calling I Mean ...___......__...._f,6,I the execution set for the end professional men relative to misfortunes they cannot be com.' Flies The Temple of Flora Pearly, ,meeting In that great length of

I'hone 620. Edward Ball, general manager I Normal Mean ..........._,........_71 I week of March 18. the! subject matter to be used. pared to a nation, state or community Pendants Special 1 Myriad Effects.'
Since the initiation of th:? weekly '(I
in Florida for the Alfred I. Du- Rainfall This writer has been engaged in that has lost its character. Forest Fires, Floral Batteries, time.There of
excursion service to Tirtupasand was a program
old Fort Jefferson, hunched pont interests, waff an arrival this: Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.I MIAMI MUSICIANS work for children, teaching, writing A community or a nation can Sweet Violets: Revolving Moon tinging at the luncheon la>>t evening
afternoon accompanied by Mrs.\ Normal Precipitation... .06 Ins. I survive pestilence and famine it Circles, The Beautiful Southern: number oi
and ,with quite a gong
of visitors have made the hip and lecturing since 1004! and '
Ball. .. I disaster but when'it
ThIs rrrwrd surmount Cross.
ratrrn Z4-h >r peeled can ; [
declared it one of the most fascinating rndi_K .. N wVlork IbIs. iwsrsls. I I LEAVE has popularized the Cradle Roll :i being rendered by the club as a
During their stay they vill be i loses its honor and moral character War Signals. The Polychromatic: .
air rides that can be experienced. guests of Mir. and Mrs. Julius F. Tomorrow's Almanac : work, in Sunday school; She is aIresbytenan it loses all..even itself." J i Canopy. The Maltese Cross, American I whoie.Ihe presided over I
Stone Jr. their homelon Sun rises ___-. . .. h. 6:55 a. m. I The Love 'said meeting was
I at winter country. Jude; Beauty Roses, Heavenly
and author tho
of: Pri- Eddie Strunk, president of
The trip affords a beautiful Southard Sun sets ......._.._.. 622; p. is three Searchlights. Blossoms,11 by
view of the sightseeingfrom street. m.1 GROUP CAME'TO KEY WEST r.iary Problems; Principles and passing "through grave Orange organization i, and the session was
oc.an. Another visitor of note Moon rises ... ........._11:07 p. crises-economic, political and Electric' Spiders, Aerial Beehive,
the air of the lighthouse. activities todiyis Moon! sets ...._._.._. 9:40 Practice; All About the Primary; voted one.of the most interesting
a. TO TAKE "
Whittles 1
Oliver PART IN i moral. Battle.in the .
Griswold of the Public EVENTSOF and Chares,'
iI All About the Junior : and gatherings of the
at Tortugas and an intim- Tomorrow's Tides I ; The Cradle j I enjoyable
Relations..Division Federal EOMTgencyRelj . m'l Cloud Shell Fiery, Snow Storm,
U" Roll: I Pours Out Money
f "LA Department
ate view of the most histoiic fort A.M.\ P. SEMANA ALEGRE"dusitians' The Cradle Roll I\
and war prison in the United \ f, J who, arrived fru'ii lfI 7::.'*.....12:36: .' 12:10 : Class. at Work; also a number of I! To meet ;the: economic criaiel' Floral and Star' BttPy'1Jacob'sLadder seasoiuJ

tates. 1 Washington,- D1C... today, ,atcbinl. Low1'h'.It'' . *.'__'. '....... 6:02: "'" '7:0d articles about Sunday schools, andi the.government "is literally pouiv, Combination'ITti S/jafbs.' Pyro- : : i YACHt
technic 'lleaven'sAfireol
q' panied by his] mother. :.1 t :)1'' >)t i in to''I Bouquet
. ( Barometer1' at 8 a. m. loday< : who\ were he e for : charge of.Children's,Division ing out money. in Eunuan.4.: : Oriental TansTrail .
How long 1 MrtGriswolJ will "''Sea' t velrO.22. ' '''. revcial days and lent their talentsto in .the, Query. Department. of the meet the political l_,crisis "we.,find, Magic ANIi
ENTERTAINEDOF t stay in K ejq West,waS)> not saJd.It .bu-. 'Ill, the musical section Sunday,School ;Tiroes. ourselves in the mjdst of experiments" ingl'Vines I Colored -Meteors and I ; TO PORT
) i 13 .oOO.I.hiJ-IbWsihn i1'..to > of the sueccssful -,I ; Radium Elteets,j Itamnoth' Inter-1 r
'WEATHER, FORECAST'" : presentation of the "Pi-1 A prolific) writer,, Mrs., Sudlow designed to ,1ea4the way .
MIAMI LODGE write a story on Key .Wbsttaund': : ',: -'; *:....:.....-.. i rates'of Penzance" left yesterday!!I has ,written npprp.ximately10,000( .back to normalcy and stability. |('':changed'JBie.k': Bombs.!I'Giron-M The] ;) ;. i.
the rehabilitation; prograni. I.*j 1 articles for besides1I I, "But''whatever ,the outcome of Arab's.Dr'ami> Maypole{
:,I: '(Till"8 p. m., Saturday) afternoon for Miami. I[ magazines, : 'dolas Electric Meteors, Reptilian :ALAJdATAKES BERTH IN KEY
KeyVst and Vicinity: Fair These talented young men arc'I her other literary work. these he said, "whatever may be Shells Magnesium Wheels. I _

SHOLTZ SUFFERS and warmer tonight; Saturday itudents at the University of Miami -j} the ultimate value of money orl] Flowers of the Garden Niagara I WEST YACHT BASIN, ON
__ the type of government. at,
and came for the sole purpose; { LAUNCH BURNS F,1U by Moonlight Acrobatic Colored ARRIVALOne
ORGANIZATION YES. I I CO :& of adding strength to the musical : length we emerge successfullyfrom Shells, Haley's Comet Bombs,
FROM INFLUENZA rgJ'o' the'' political and economic
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organization secured for the Comic Shells, The Red-While and
TERDAY < THIS csisi, and find that a state or'
I I4 Blue. Avalanche of' Snow. Weeping

I &L, They are friends of Richard MORNINGI community, through neglect or I Willows, Special Device, Inter of the finest yachts to en-
.\ IIItoI. undervaluation of moral values, .ter the harbor during the season
(fly 'saorlated Press) \ Principale conductor of the Caca I national 45 Break Bombshells. The
Members of the Miami Lodgeof TALLAHASSEE. Feb. 22.-A I ( ,: \) Marina orchestra, and Mr. Prin has lost its character what, after Girdle of Venus, Special Fairyland is the Alama. home port Chicago,
Elks who arrived yesterday to .1 cipale and other members of .the WAS DESTROYED all, has been the gain. Illumination, Sunset in the I, which reached port yesterday aft.
hold a joint meeting with the B. renewed attack of influenza con- )' !. musical "A nation is losing its moral ernoon anu is berthed in the Key
J (J 1 / ) 1 I organization as well as a OIL COMPANY DOCK Alps, The Silver Shower Bunts,
P. O. Elks 551, are having a most fined Governor Dave Sholtz to his : group of friends and admirers,' character when honesty ceases to I Wonder Batteries Battle in the West Yacht Basin.
delightful visit.Following t_ were at the train to bid the vlsi-iI AT EARLY HOUR be a virtue, when marriage becomes Cloud Shells, Special Six Break The vessel Is under charter to

the meeting lat nightin bed at the executive mansion last I Fair -. Warmer I tors adieu.In J an experiment when those!)Toklo Bomb, A Brisk Engagementon M. F. Reddington, widely knownin

the lodge rooms of the local Nurses the the party leaving were! Sam occupying positions of trust merit I the Firing Line, Electric advertising circles in the north.
night. at !
organization delicious punch was were on duty pertly cloudy, possibly showers; Weise Charles Stallman Larry An alarm of fire sounded from : imprisonment, when roadhouses of Searchlight Shell. Grand Aerial Mr. Reddington, M/. Reddington

served with) salads olive and governor's beside. ( moderate east and southeast::'Trembloy William Lebedeff and Box 112 at 3:45 o'clock this morn-I questionable reputation becomes!'-Bouquet, Grand Cannonade.WE I their daughter and: three young

crackers. winds. ,J Rex Hall. They expressed themselves ing summoned the apparatus from the resort of people of supposed women. friends make up. the 'party
The visitors are on sightseeingtrips Mrs.\ Sholtz and children are Jacksonville to Florida Strats: :!I as delighted with their day ;, Number 1 fire station to the Gulf: respectability! and the worst f,n the yacht.An .

with local members today now temporarily,residing in K-y Moderate south winds over north I. in Key West and will look forward t I'Refining dock. The occasion was thing about crime is the offenseof I B. :URiY5( enthusiastic angler Mr.

and will leave for Miami this aft portion and fresh east winds to a return visit at an early date. a fire on a launch belonging tol! being caught; when personal .'t Ee'ddingtoa,,is here far' the port

ernoon. Wei'-o.c' over south portion: weather fair Two other members of the visiting -'J. Shannahan. j safety and property rights are. D of.fishing and is today out in the

) tonight, Saturday possibly rain. orchestra who also enjoyed The boat was in the slip between not respected and when heartless, I IFLN9 ,chaD e._ .._ r. .e s1LT'n,
:!- East Gulf: Moderate to fresh their stay, and left for Miami yesterday : the gasoline dock and the*sneaking kidnapers are the dread, ', .
east and southeast winds over, were John Fitzpatrick and causeway! and was too far away of every mother with a child and r '
t south portion, and moderate to Al. Bressman. 'for streams from the engine to. of every man supposed to be of I William. .Eranville! Curry;, for- FLY";

FOR NEEDY ONES MEETS TONIGHT fresh southeast and south winds :reach. wealth, and mob violence becomes merly of*Key West, but who wen,-

over north portion. : i After burning for some time t the crowning evidence of a com'',to' Miami about 30 years ago, died -to____

G. S. KENNEDY, Heffner-Yinson PlayersBIG :the hawser parted an! the burn- munity's respect for law. I in that city this week at the age OLD FORT JEFFERSON
Official in Charge. i! ing craft began to drift. Much: Trim*'is on the increase bothin I of 54. I
Issoilahil Press) The Fern Chapter Order of 60 Miltt West in Gulf
4n7 t' TENT THEATER r apprehension was caused firemen the nation the state and in this Mr. Curry 1.'lurvived by ida f
WASHINGTON', Feb. 22.-, Eastern Star, will meet tonight at Washington Birthday I Commencing Monday, Feb. 25 I I and ,onlookers because the course I county, and unless the citizen, of:'widow, three daughters ,and one' 16-Passenger Conut.der.

Harry L. Hopkins emergency relief -. 7:30, at which time plans will be Auspices Arthur Sawyer Post of the floating menace was directly -j I each community, ,and Jurors,'' on and 'other relatives.l io Miami Seaplane

administrator announced an discussed for entertaining the DANCETONIGHT No. 28. American Legion I towards the gasoline dock. I j sternly set themselves.against the and Detroit Mich. Two relatives' Leave Saturday 11 a. m

allotment of $$147.083.137 to care Worthy Grand Matron who will Located Corner Duval and However, the fears of danger strong current of lawlessness BOW reside, in Key, West,.a tips ater. -Return;Saturday. 2:30 p. m.
for the nation's 21,000,000 needy visit the local chapter during the Division Streets I from the burning craft were not threatening our 'civilization the Mrs.. Harriet, tewio and' 'step ROUND TRIP $10.00)

during all of February. I J'early part of"M nh. | CUBAN CLUB Ladies Free on Opening Night realized as the vessel sank beneath very found tior of governmentand brother. AzrlabB. 'Cun)'. ,. Fr RMOTUM Call 620

Florida's allotment is shown tol I It is requested that all mem.I Gents 60c. Ladies Free | Adults, 35c; Children, lOc I I the water when it was about society.will go down ,1n', ".irreparable ,Funeral',services".,are .to beheld- MU i-Ky West Airway Uc.
be $1,&U,830. [ bers attend this meeting. { iJ 25 feet from the dock. and hopeless ruin." tomorrow aft. roon'la Miami.
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. .. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1935.Kxeeyt .
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OIbt ,l\t p .51 UCt; WASHINGTON'S CRITICS ........................ tronmer-director of Drake Un'ver!

..,. 'rlamati.rltt I Des Moines Iowa born
-- Today's Birthdays Blty !, at-
1'rhli.bed Daily SaiuUr Byri' : Mankato, Minn., 69 Ago.
1'11& CIJ'&ZE.II .usiu.o co. i\c. Aa we in 1935 celebrate the 203rd .. .. -4 ...................ssesSMaj. years
l. r.ARTMAN Pr*.U Bt. birthday of George Washington, mindfulof t. .:.. -
Gen. James F. McKinley,
From The Citizen Bulldl&c his inestimable 'services to the great Re- .: '" :: ; the adjutant General born in San Edna St. Vincent Jlilliy, poe.
Corner Qr : l
born Rocklacd
: Francisco, b5'years ago.Clyde j tws. at Maine; 43
public of which he is truly called the ago.
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Daily Newspaper In Ke yV n and Monroe . '
, B. Aitchison of Port
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County. father, it seems almost incredible that he ; I -
I St.t. of Florida land Oreg., Interstate Commerce
Kiitcr at Key West. Florida. a. second class matter should have been subjected during his life of' EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT .. ....,. : .' I Commissioner since 1917 born at}r Ralph 0.. Brewster. represent-
!iing the Third Maine district in
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAR Clinton Iowa, CO years ago.
time.to the most bitter and violent attacks Tdlldhass.. I Congress, former governor, born
IItutor .* Ole A *. Utd r-
by military and civil opponents.Yet Dr. George Otis Smith of Waoh- lit Dexter, Maine, 47 years ago.
The Associated Fr* I* xcliulvely entitled to UM
.or're"abUcaUeD of all D.W-ctllatcu credited tIt ington, D. C. and Skohegan, Me.,
or Mt othtrwU credlUAJuitttfc aJlel' and alp! II such was the case. Perhaps no : former director of the U. S. Geological -
the local news publUhed ...ru. Lt. Gen. Sir Robert Baden
I worthy man in the history of our countrywas j Survey, born at lIo
WNATloNAL EUTO111AlASSOCIATION i iI ever so viciously assailed as was WHEREAS, 170 newspapers,- radio broadcasting stations, and Maine, 64 years ago. the Boy Scout movement, born 78

I outdoor advertising companies in Florida, have formed an All Florida Dr. Daniel J W. Mori-home, as- years: ago. f
G eMt6 e*. 1.935 Washington, both during the RevolutionaryWar I .
Committee designed to unify all commercial, industrial and agricul ---- - ----
and throughout his subsequent
.me Tear $10,0. tural interests for the promotion of Florida as a whole; and -
I -----" --
i Month Months 2.61la. .8k: famous and infamous "Conway WHEREAS, these newspapers, radio broadcasting stations and

Weekly JI cabal," composed of disgruntled officersof outdoor advertising companies have given unselfishly of their personal - The Never-Tiring

ADVERTISING BATES effort and trade contributions this cAuse which
the great promises good GUARDIAN
Ma4 Ir...> on application. Continental Army, sought to have ttV I
Sl'KCIAL. NOTICE Washington removed from his position of to every Florida business, agricultural or industrial enterprise; and a
All reading notices, card of thanks, resolutions of of
rtrpect. rbltuary notices, etc, will be cbwg for .at commander-in-chief in favor of General WHEREAS, the unification of all Florida and all sections of your
tie rate of :0 cents a line.
KotlcA for entertainments by chureae from wklcfct .Gate The plan failed, but the intrigueof Florida for the united promotion of the state as a whole is a move HEALTH
rcrrnne iI to be derived are 5 cents a line.
Th. CItlicn Is an open forum and invites dlscus- his enemies made Washington's diffi- ment which commends itself to every civic spirited citizen; ==
flair of public luuell and subjects of local or general f :
merest but it will not publish anonymous communl.aitlona. cult task much harder at a critical time of of THE ICEMAN
: NOW, THEREFORE, I, David Sholtr, Governor Florida, do _

I' the war. hereby declare and proclaim that the week of February 25th through Who appears like clock-

Memphis starts a non-talking endurance Even when he had finished his public March 2nd is officially designated as = = work every day of the year

contest. If a lady wins it will be life, after serving eight years as President, Q with a load of pure health-

.. news. in fact, upon the very day of his leaving ALL FLORIDA MOBILIZATION WEEK __ VV- protection?

that high' officean editorial appeared in + YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
\ ig. a .Ii)' to 'ea./ and.I urge upon every citizen and resident of Florida and the officials
A JacksonvillLan,may.ifind.at:) possible 3a. Philadelphia.. .t newspaper'tontairiing thefullQving of Florida city government that they give wholehearted support He never has to be defrosted. lie never thumpsor
: 'if ur da '.' every
to "lay" down, but-a Bostonian would'not J'v J. t # I
f .;L, ,_, to the purposes for which' this week is set whirrs. He always saves you'dollars and cents.
"This ought to ben., of jubile qrn
\..think. of it. day txs srt forth. L Lo
If: t ifi'- noa to) !the United $tate : If ever a nation was ;r '
) '..II .' "f'. o IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereuntoa I CALL NO.',8. _
Now that the clause" has debauched,. }b'y a man; the American nati6nha's ., .a ,
"cold been been:debauched Let : set my hand and caused :the Gte ,'Seal'of T"r)
; by Washington. 1 .1'
in fat Pthe ICE
decided F(5R-PURE
governmjen gaiah e (
his conduct be an example to future ages; w- the State of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee .
,is breathing easier. '. o ) the Capital this 8th day of February .
let the history of the Federal government :, ; ,

instruct mankind that the mask of patriotism "c.;;=(",... A. D. 1935.
Another paradox is that it may be
may be worn to conceal the foulest designs ICE REFRIGERATORS
clothed in choice languages and still remain -
against the liberties of the people."
the naked truth. Attest:
Washington's conduct has been indeed i

"an example to future ages," but not Governor Made of All Metal-Equipped With

Nearing the age of 90, a local citizen the horrible example which the Philadelphia l

says he keeps young by working.. But it'sa scribbler had in mind. In spite of all WATER COOLERS

terrible price to pay. criticism and abuse, the name and fame of Secretary of State I
They're Economical I 100 Per Cent
George Washington have come down to us

An educator suggests a* course in as an imperishable national heritage.He Refrigeration Satisfaction
I tractive one was won by the man on base, The score was 8 to
stock market buying and selling, but was human-he was not a saint- KEY WEST IN I Patriotic Order, Sons of America. II 1. Priced at ,

doesn't tell where reliable teachers could but what he accomplished so far outweighsany I There are a great many other -
I I events scheduled to take place
be found.A minor shortcomings that his grateful DAYS GONE BY during the day and the festivitieswill I Born yesterday to Mr. and 1rIrsr and

countrymen have written his faults upon Happening Her Just 10 Year conclude with a grand ball at r J.eland l Sawyer, a girl, in their $30 $35EASY

recently deposed Latin-American the sand and his virtues upon their hearts. Ago Today As Taken From the Athletic Club tonight. i home on Eaton street._

president is said to have been an insur- Tli* File Of Tli. Citizen I I II Subscribe to The Citizen. TERMS-10 DAYS1' FREE TRIAL

ance man. The people evidently. did not TAXES COST MORE THAN FOOD '- i|i Secretary of Commerce Herbert I' .es.e.........i
' 1 like his policies. Barron G. Collier, railroad and Hoover and Mrs. Hoover, Attorney BENJAMIN' LOPEZ
steamship magnate, and who con-' General Stone and Mrs. Stone FUNERAL HOME
What is the largest item in your trols street railway advertising ina and Mark Sullivan famed editorial

The Citizen believes that the person family's budget? number of cities throughout the writer connected with Collier's EiJaUUbW K.f WMI'I.41,01.Tars... Thompson'sFREE Ice Company, Inc.
United Weekly for and Mrs. Sullivan
who In morally independent is more If you answer food, clothing, rent or States, is due to arrive in arrived years in the Yacht z4-H*it bM..... l.,.1..
Key West this week, probably to- today
strongly entrenched than the person whois similar expenses, on which you spend the morrow. Mr. Collier's main objective Kilkenny and are registered at the . Lb..... Jklablltas.t.Pba
135 ...
financially so situated. bulk of your income directly, you'll be in coming to Key West! is to Casa Marina. They left this aft. Pet5bl .w .
a steamship line between ernoon for a fishing trip. They -.- ----- -.
wrong. Taxes are the largest item of expense open -- -- - ......
Key West Tampa, Fort Myers are expected to remain in Key ,
Bosco, the circus freak, ate glass, carried the
by American people- and Miami. That Mr. Collier will West several weeks. I'.I'I.lIIIIII'AI".d'II..rA".erddddEII't.1 r
pins, nails and other junk for years without and they lead their nearest competitor bya remain for several days is evit I

any ill effects. But a pint of bootleg wide margin. denced by his having reserved a I i Editorial C=t: Many girls

liquor put him in the hospital. Food, the most vital of all necessities, suite: of rooms at the Casa Marina.A still emulate the clinging vine FREE
I I type, but it is dangerous to the
costs the nation $7,600,000,000 a year. : public of Key West when they
When newspapers refer to the marital Clothing takes 3600000000. Rent also few months ago a movement I i wind their tendrils around the I

troubles of couples, they should at least takes* $3,600,000,000, and automobilesdent was unsightly started shacks for the in the rasing city of but all it I automobile driver. i TO LADIES OF KEY WEST

quote "martial" when spelling it that wayor the national pocketbook to the extent almost died a-borning for after a I'.I i _

make their observations mental. of $2,900,000,000. Electric service few of hem had been torn down? Paddy Doran. Key West's own, DISHES AND HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES
activities ceased. With the boom who has been holding down the
costs United States families only $650- on and evidences on every hand I.I hot corner for the Miami team ,in 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY 3
The government is preparing to dig 000,000. that it will continue, The Citizen the professional circuit will leave

deep in its money-chests to give the United The national tax bill), by comparison, believes that the time is ripe for I I Miami next week for Chattanoogawhere
States rof,world carrying on the program. In the he will try out for a regular BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, UP TO AND INCLUDING
a positfo leadership in
OOOObillion' and
is half
a downtown section the need for berth on the Tennessee team ,of. f r
aviation. So,'ftatcli 'the human 'birdies' 'greater thap the national food bill. That, ttiU. kUB.ning r hip'!,:program is evi-1 the Southern league. ; . ,SATURDAY. FEBRUARY. 23 .
multiply. Vinom where is the moat* !depjtothe! most casual observer I t Ai '
bringi! tbe case, nn- ,m "
rfl'JJA ; ', r and it is time now to rase all }"' We want all;ladies in Key"West ''to 'drop in and look stock
\ slaH Max Markovitz's aggregatron'ofbasketball over our ,
.. rtant lace to cost ;
r ST : p ) ij toitietuc: J.the places 5 !'whicH'/tire\:/ fire traps, and! '
-Ii. players, will leave tomorrow write card (which willfurnish) "
The managementvof.! Citizen.h oMiving} ? : oln.i.vp ,tootlebeholder. t i oft a, ,. we ;, ;what you think We, should carry
1 SI IY' 1lG y, for a five days' invasionof '
under consideration' the 'practice of obJfiting fii'. *These figures: will ,come as a .surprise 'L-: II J I points on the east coast. Carnes in stock .that we haven't P at present ,,

in future" the names of all those who to the average citizen, who\o thinks only;of Festivities in observance ofWashington's )have been booked at Fort Pierce, A SPECIAL PRIZE fa 33 PIECE DINNER'SET! ,will be.awar'ded for
Lauderdale Vero Beach.
Fort and
are indebted to this paper for a longer the sums of money he spends directly in Birthday started oftthis j I
1i the,belt'suggestion drawn from the best daily five suggestions on Saturday
period than a year. This seems to be the course of day by day living. What he morning a monster parade i
which formed at the corner Two herculean clouts by Cyril Evening, February 23.
eminently fair. should realize is that taxation now rep- of Duval and Front streets. In Griffin of the Indians featured

resents an exorbitant part of the cost of fact almost every organization in that team's victory over the Paul I I IFRID
The vote on the "gold clause" decision everything.A the city was represented in the I Albury aggregation at the bar. DAILY' PRIZES ,
line-up. There were also a large racks yesterday. Both of the hits
of the Supreme Court was five to cut in the cost of government wouldbe number of floats and the prize offered were good for a circuit of the

four. So one man, Chief Justice Hughes, directly and immediately reflected in a I for the most unique and at. bases l and each time there was a Y, FEBRUARY 22 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23

decided this momentous question. Since lower cost of living-and in stimulated --- 1st Prize-:1 Artistic Cheese and 1st Prize-1 Artistic Aluminum

the decision sustained the government it employment investment and industrial ex CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Cracker Serving Dish. 4 Qt. Tea Kettle.

was not so difficult to pronounce. pansion. No other cost weighs so heavilyon THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF 2nd prize-1 Double AluminumBoiler. '
2nd Prize-1 2 Qt. Hot and Cold
individuals and business alike-no KEY WEST j

"Dixie," the most famous of all other family living expense is rising so a* at the dote of basinet December 31, 1934 S 3rd 'Prize-1 Dust Pan and Thermos Jug.

southern songs, was written by a north- rapidly. It is a historical fact that ex- Comptroller' Call Brush. 3rd Prize-6 Ice Tea Glasses.

erner in the north, and "Carmen," the most travagant government promotes depres- and Investments RESOURCESLoans $ 305,639.43
typical Spanish opera, was,.composed by a sion and discord. Overdrafts ..._. ............. 71.61 Daily prizes will be drawn every evening. ,First card drawn will get

Frenchman. The-music r to e f'ifome, Sweet Banking House Fixtures, Furnitureand _._. 5 33,08.33Conds first prize second card, second prize; 3rd card, third prize.

Home," was taken from an Italian popularsong. 1776 A BRITISH LESSON of States and Pos- ;. '
std infinitum. sessions of the United ..: From the daily suggestions we will also select the five best for eachday.
: Presumably so on, }! States' ,-.. .. .... 139,370.68 I !
One will be drawn from these 30
suggestions on
Satufday Evening
British official ,
t' Stanley Baldwin says Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03 I
President Roosevelt in recent conversations that Great Britain has learned the lesson Stock of Bank the Federal_,_Reserve 6,000.00 February 23. The winner to receive a 33 PIECE'DINNER SET. ' '

: has made it perfectly clear that taught her in 1776 by the American Temporary Federal De- W aim .
to carry a complete line of household merchandise. We
construction projects will not be launched colonies and that by teaching dependencies posit Insurance fund 1,954,01
United States Govern want you to call every day this week and tell us what we should- have.
under the new $4,000,000,000 setup unless to govern themselves we "preserve ment Obligations direct

they are of such character that they can their loyalty and insure their cooperationand and fully guaranteed -$832,744.73 -

be completed within two years. That encompasses their unity with us." Cash and doe-from Banks 49 ,168.n 1327913.70

our project to secure a sufficient Mr. Baldwin says the way to keepan $1,888.235.19 SNA Florida Contracting & Enpeering Co. I

allocation of funds to build the empire young and vigorous and preserve LIABILITIES

bridges, over the two water gaps. It has it from decay is to fertilize it with Capital $ 100.000.00 Pfcoae W White aad Elka Streets& ,

been estimated that the construction can self-government and that the empires of Circulation Surplus and Undivided Profits' .-..._........ l00.00'.1Nt 55,007.42 uYeur home is worthy of the best" K-

be finished within the prescribed time of I the past perished because they did not discover Deposits toUJ.228.S1 t

j two. years. .' the! secret. r .,... '. ..;. .._, fl.S88.23f.79 ; i".il.i'AJ'.IIIIIII'I""J
: J' -*<* '- ,''-*.:.,#* .,., :..'"l"":!..'1 .. ... .

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ami team are not known at this Dr. Raymond Ditmars of the Out from the Pacific Coast,

I t time, it is stated but will com- Bronx zoo, has pictures provingthe Mrs. Clara M. Beyer, labor economist -

Ma i prise some of the minor league vampire bat of South America' has come to the Department -
does not suck the blood from Labor assistant
!its of as direc-
A RAPID-FIRE ROMANCE BY EYAN EYANS. players who are now wintering in victim but laps it as it flown from jtor 1 of the new Divisionof Labor
- -- SPORTS ) that city. I the wound. I It Standards.

STOPS T\f Montana Kid "To tie him In this chair mur The local team will be made up .
and RuMs,
euixotto baad/t -- -
mured Rubriz. "and then
have pained entrance to f Aort at to bringhis of the best available players with
Z>*raya,expeftiny to Heal back: tAG eleven officers and to tie them -- - - - - -
such stars Mario Pena at first 6TJIjT.6AT..I.1.1.1'.I'I'.I'I.IOur
emerald crow o' Our Lady tckiffctft as
by their thumbs to that
governor had ttolett in (AI first up rafter
place from tAG Dvraya.* rcfc.Ma- and to put fires under their feet and base William Cates at third Ludy

a!..table a! scan to mine. and forced some offlceri.to daw tchotlrew on to burn 'em one by one and let this Acosta in the outfield Cyril Griffin MostSensational

money f 0 Aim and rfUmlMfcim Estrada keep tasting death for behind the bat, Robert Bethelin
for a utupid peon Mateo, *iprkf hours before he died-do I the box and others will be
era.ff ed. i* tllnou. you see INTEREST
what a beautiful thing that could MUCH BEING MANIFESTED MUCH INTEREST Cheta Baker, Esmond Albury, Domingo
be, Montana ] Ubieta Cuco Castillo in the

Chapter Jtf> The study ot the general was also I IN NEBO-WADE IGH'f HERE MONDAY OVER BASEBALL infield and Angel Fruto, Joe '
THE GOAL' used appareLtly as'a private din- Hale Peter Gonzalez, Ilene Ma-
ing-room from time to time. The I chin in the outfield, and Earl In-
Montana till tIle! .1 can't -- .
'HA. door of a cabinet :was open and I I graham, Jose Vallino, catchers '
!" said Rnbrli."To breathes .S..t.ttttttitt.tttttttI GAMESJ5UNDAY
r liquors of many colon gleamed I VISITOR TO CITY SAID TO BE h 'I and Salinero and Lucilo Gonzalez .
: r ten p t t tee loe.I.J: mach; frgm the bottles Inside."But .T Fight,Pete Nebo I pitchers.Tht I -
tort it t11} am going back to kill theia "" "' COVERING ALL NEBO BETS
now." i" the'sifeY-Tha' safe!" exclaimed Here Monday Night MIAMI TEAM TO PLAY LOCAL I net receipts of the games I

Rubriz."AU the informationis HERE; WADE ACCLAIMED will be given to William Cates and
"Kill one or two and be floggedto perfect except the ono important ........................ I OUTFIT KEY WEST'S BEST] Mario Pena. These two boys will ..r .

death br the rest!"asked the Kid. thing. Here I sit like a king-a TOUGH BOXERBy I\ t PLAYERS TO BE USED IN leave March 1 to report to Man
"I thought yon talking about
were : naked king-and' still we've not
ager Frankie Frisch of the World
irerengeT found the.sates.! cL SECOND CONTEST Champion St. Louis Cardinals who
Rubric wiped hit mouth the di .1
on .1I .
OSCAR PITA will train at Bradenton. Fia.It
back of his hairy arm. So. gaspingfor THey went back into the Ledroom It seems that the fans bavel Preparations ate going forward I is the prediction of their
his breath ha drew himself back I -
They swayed the curtains for the baseball games to be played friends that the Cardinals will
'little by little! towards calm.:The here and there,ralnly. Montana'had JUt to realize h.P ete
come in Key West Sunday afternoon: find these two boys in first class
Kid stood with his batk turned on i
,the ugly picture. given up hope when Rubriz pulled Nebo the Indian sensational boxIer f between a Miami\ baseball club and i condition and that they will send
open a door and uttered a faint the Sluggers and a picked outfit.i them to one of the minor league
Afterwards he heard a murmuring moaning cry of joy It was a hugo and Key West's pride of tLe' Those who :Mi I for -
will make the teams seasoning t
4 voice behind him; "You could have Closet large enough ,to be called a I up This Waldorf Range Installed Free k
killed a few of them. I would have room and it held only one thing, the fistic world. will be seen in action )I a -

helped with the rest Instead. San tall face of a.safe painted black and
Juan of Capistrano.fix the day when'I yellow.: at the high school gym Monday -I You do not need to guess at the COlt of cooking

can put my hands on this gringo.; "It Is here!" said Rubrix "And night February 25. On every) II STEAMSHIP Co. ,. You do Dot Deed to take any one's word

Now we work together "but afterwards we hare the emerald crown.i nd i Di'Jt0 p&o ,UNITED STATES FAST ,5' for.it. You can find out definitely for yourself without
there will be'a day! tW' tnJlr fe e-Wa :
then some angel or devil will corner of 'ty < *> 9pw MAIL ROUTES FORPORT b5 .buing'a range 0 making' a penny's lav..tmeDL Wewill
"Are you 1rnfshedashd'{ :Montana how to rtt'''ttit'of't ls'Puce! f < f I I ; :
ns |!qt1} t ritttlOf |'iJ'| ( i'ass
1 boxing: match Seems ; I y I let 'o this rung:in your-owa kitchen for three
calmly over.bis,shmldar. back throiUh .P postern *Ber TAMPA WEST INDIES .r
i 6hlj
i :I 13s:; el' i J rt il'.itth!}, aor1tt,C hl{ t: months'without.any obligation trwkaWver.,
lar topic for discussion j Effective: April.27,, 1933 , .
Leave Key Welt for Havana" Tuesdays and Fridays12:2C' '
Last night while talking of.iheJ! P. M. I ' See,.uj l for complete details regarding this plan '

l Ill outa,.i, nyjuTi\ 1. iO4': Leave:'Havana. for Ke ,,Wellt. Wednesday! and Saturdays "
x coming: fiEbijastlL9iEr JWB! f)4'' lll/J fj. -rlu..t ,9:00 A. 3i.Leave. T_ I S h'- )' .
Key West for Port.Tampa ,Wednesdays and Eato -, 4 ;;
I ,, West Electric Co.
Wade The-Aey
in on the eonversati;land '.lid- Jimmy sen- days 6:30 P. M. i -
r ration, shown above, will "
r that he is all the Nebo Tickets, Reservations and Information at Ticket Office oa tie i A.
covering meet Key West's pride of the Dock 'Phone 71 F. AYALA Sales Manager

1 \ boxing world, Pete Nebo, in |
money in town. "Any fan who J. H. COSTAR Agent.
the main go of the boxing I II.lIIII'IIIII.,6

Las any kind of bet to make that card to be staged at the high ._ _-._ _._ 0< ._ ____
Mar school gym Monday night.
a Nebo will win Monday's boxing II.I"lllllllllll' .l.IIIIIIIIII.lIIIIIII' 1.4

........................ .
contest against Jimmy Wade will i

& hl be covered if tbe person calls at Today In History

the Casa Marina Hotel and asks
1797-French land in Wales RELIABLE FIRMSWho |

for Mr. Boxing Fan" be said and are made prisoners.

(9td "I've seen Pete in action and I
1819-Treaty signed by which
know Wade's tactics and I also Spain ceded Florida to United

know what I'm talking about when States. S Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
1 say that I will cover all bets -- .

that favor Pete against Wade," 1856-Meeting\ in Pittsburgh to

the visitor concluded. 'arrange for first Republican National t % ...................g..e.........t.e/...........t...e.t.t...tt.it.t..1.tt.tt.t.t..e.

will We find realize'a tough that assignment.in Wade Pete The PLANTS, FLOWERS, ': DEUCI"lrDrrc ;: HEADQUARTERS FOR :: SWEET CLOVER
1$79 First Woolworth store-
NaIul1- Orlando whirlwind starts swinging . I CAKES and PASTRIES
.._'%._ five-cent store-opened at Utica, CONDENSED MILKASK ,
gloves from the first gO1g.un- -
I N. Y. Not a success. : : SOUVENIRS :
til the last and never gives no ,
0, to tie him in this chair! up
murmured Rubriz.: Cocoanut Plants each lSc. FOR IT AT YOUR
I :
matter how hurt he may be. The .
Rubriz! bit at the air Ilka a dog; i we've blQwn the sate door off its upstate sensation sticks it out to 1917-7 Dutch ships attacked Hibiscus Plants, each 10e.25c : Fishing Tackle, Kodaks : NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

as though this last reproof cut deeper hinges. To work!" the end, slinging gloves from all off Falmouth by a German sub- Bougainvillea Red or Pur- : and Films

than all that had passed before. In fact the position was perfect, directions. Wade has a dandy marine and six sunk. pie ._._..._..,,,.... SOc to $1 00 Eara"" quality and weight a*
Cut he spoke quietly when ha answered so that it the explosion took place t.: SI.OO : ) S Diamonds, Watches and : other higher priced condensed
hand I
It's fast
jab. sting
a Poinsettia Plants 50e to
"I am finished-for this the closet would confine part of the which Chemists at the Department of 1 J Jewelry : milk.
ing blow cuts the face. *
night, gringo! noise and the greater part of it; the up Agriculture have found a cheap Crotons each 25e .
The Orlando kid's best blow is. I J Watch and .JewelryDISTRIBUTED BYRepairing _
And stepping past Montana he rest might be muffled away by the and effective method of fireproofing Turks Cap each 2Se .
said to be a straight right hand to {
actually took the lead along the ponderous walls and the strong: : the heart. canvas. Roses dozen .. ?.... $t.20 J Our Keady-to-Serro Cakes : TRUJILLO BROTHERS
damp little corridor to tht small floors of the "castle. I
door at the farther end. The soot But beroreMontana could set *.* Pete, a weaving, bobbing scrapper ...... .. ... :q land Pastries are always Ire.bl.I FRANK JOHNSON :: WHOLESALE GROCERY S

from the lamp had half.poisoned the work to run the mold around the : with a world of experience 1. iAsswi ) I b' South Florida Nursery ; Maloney & Peacock : : -

air; the foul sweet of It was 1. the safe, a hand began: to beat .J"the will give his younger foe a lot of Phone 597 Catherine St J PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bid*. : Division and Thomas Stre.U
nostrils of Montana until he had o door of tke governor's outer room. trouble. It takes a mighty good -
Very clearly Montana could hear left ..
fight to keep from sneezing./ a hand to find its mark when it COLUMN tts..a.a.es. ..
Rnbriz.( pushing the door open the voice bellowing; "Excellency! Open goes to the Indian's direction. I I SELECT: SEA F DS.r..p..u..M..B..I..N..G. :;;

lightest crack pressed his ear the door! It Is Sergeant Aiidres! Champion of the World Barney ....................... HAPPY DAYS HERE
close to the crevice In order to lis Thieves have entered the fort- Ross found his hands full when he .1. JewfUh. 2 Ibs. j INSURANCE :

ten.After a long moment he widenedthe thieves or murderers! They have battled the local sensation some AUTO REPAIRING Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibs 35c : : C,-

fissure; he stepped right out lu come"Bind In through softly-tte be postern easy with!" the nine or ten months ago. But still, SAVE MONEY on your Auto Re-j Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 25e : I Office '319 Duval Street :
the apartments of General Ignacio boxing is a funny ,thing. Wade! DURO PUMPS
tags!" said Rnbriz. bitterly to the I pair work. Done expertly at Grouper 2 Ibs.-.w.. 25e
Estrada. And not a living soul was i ii liable to turn a trick that many'
in them! Kid. "Now .e are dead men! Why : ranked, had not! your own garage or at my repair Snapper 2 Ibs.} 250 : PLUMBING SUPPLIES. :
rationally fighters
It seemed to Montana as the did r ever trust a gringo! Ydu are been ,1 shop. Reasonable prices. Mutton Fish, 2 1 Ibs. 25c II TELEPHONE NO.1
to do. S
all women. E. Evans 1114 United .
R. ,
greatness of the relief poured over .
him like a soothing stream o: warm It.leemia( .t f tf en i{Jo M'DtpJ1! PDd: I r Wade is no slouch we winf.tbe f t J ,!: treat : t ,feb22-2t I Large ,Select, 01,ate. r.J1J 11I l.1 ,, ,PHONE,,348. + Uu.i..tl : 1 II t 1fdeY. ti: v .. .

water that there had been a payment as be drew his guns he stared at the I fans to understand. 1 11 f1g I II FRESH -jSHRIMRirKingfish'KI Jgr .(Hid( ; 'rw .,/' :t, Yw-. -rH T .Xf" I fII.... At
savage body and face of big Rnbrls. some; of the best little nrajjinFonifla. I FOR RENT
made through the sufferingsand I '
: ,
and atUe > { J1iJUt.UJ1f ofi Uiq. l this season dnd only tfrspI Maeklrel! };;,,'! _.i Y',." J r Dtlmtntico Re"" Irent;
the terrible Shame of Rubriz. ? TIAlJ: tli- u bORTER'
[and that now all would, gp; mooth- Governor's rooms, and' thought that : ping'one action after tttpig1fivet'tbnaertiCfce ABAmmnNr'FOR RENT; mod-,, FREE PRO Tt1DE ..JV.Y' it. '. JOHNfcPARKJ1828 :. ALLEN, : .B..rfU.i'S.u __ 11. +
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he could

|Ily'with forward the prize until they they sought.TilE bad.escaped die In. 1n'e't"q J& J'n-j i fbDrttaot: \ttlp!\lat ec9ld th 1 'y'; "i ;'t'i'cfdnvehknEes street.: \Apply': Valdes s. 6-14' William Bakery.'I I, LOWE: FISH COMPANY. : : .., .i40-MP'!l.nf :'Si llo Guts., :Dina ,., ...:- :"' v

There II;.' " I ', MI u't ,lIef ',,1 '
were many men with Sergeant ring man won't mind boast of; febl6-tf I PHONE 151 7. ''IA CT. cad 66ri
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governor=tiad done his beit Andres..;l1ff' pnJOph} e l] JBJ bp,1! !j:appearance, whic r f.tv+ ' ,It -'r SIMQNTON. ST, -. ' "
lng things pleased General the knob of the"door.. ed only as a workout f& ; OFFICES in the Ilellings Building I '...... ......................................"....t..ti..ts.l..........:.......................

'Estrada. lie had hanging lamps set "Beat It down! cried one bf the Nebo scrap Monday night, the 319 Duval street. Apply to ,', .
about with the crystal of chandeliers. lot. Beat down the door! They have. Orlando pride battered a well i F. W. Roberts 803 Olivia OYSTERS J AARON McCONNELL I IT WILL :SURPRISE YOU : Attention Housewives! '
(Heavy red drapes of velvet sep- murdered the governor. highly rated scrapper from Tulsa.. street. febll-12tx i 536 Fleming Street
'orated his bedroom from his study. Heavy shocks began to fall Oklahoma. ; SERVED ANY STYLE : To aee the PRETTY GIFTS :

I Two fold curtains swept over the against the door. Eoomin. rolses Beating this boy is what makes': BICYCLESWE j Extra largo select quart 75c :: and NOVELTIES at I We are now Offering 3

high faces of the casements. And echoed through the rooms with tho tome of the local ring dopesters: Standards, quart .. J A
loud quiet shuddering of the door I Tr : THOMPSON'S FREE j: grades off
the four-poster bed was all gar- switch to the upstate fighter who,,i RENT by the Hour, Day or STEAKS70c j
against Its hinge,in between.There NICE JUICY : idf wata : '
landed about as it were with rosy by upsetting Potts last week won' Week. Repair all makes and : MARINE MUSEUM J "
;and rolden stuffs that might have was a noise of cracking splintering for himself a name among fight!i iI paint them with Nu-Enamel. We:i j t.: Oyster Sandwiches lOc ", Data : AMERICAN COFFEE I

(\brig? .ened a bridal suite.There were mood, but still the heavy panels of I 1 I promoters of Florida. No doubt' carry a full supply of parts.I Filet Sandwiches ... lOc o 11 \ 324 Margaret Street J '
'other details that made Rnbriz the door were holding. And ft r away J(I Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles!, :Things that your friend will *
other sounds of Pete will have his hands full Monday i All Other Sandwiches -a{-
scowl and Montana smile; above all, running footfalls than he and sell them as low as $1.00 L.: *, WATCHMAKER. JEWELEK :appreciate. Come in and see *
<< night perhaps more
shouting voices streamed towards'the '
there was the chair of audience In I week. J. L Stowers Music Hot Souse Every Saturday them.
I the general's study which was In tower from all parts of the cas- can handle at one time. I per Company. anl8-lmo : AND ENGRAVER : : 25c, 20c and tSc lb.
tle. Tickets be reserved at thepromoters ; Your next Lobster Crab DiD-:
I See Wodl-
like a throne, complete with a may Him For Your Next
jiact WELLS'
I' Duval, LUNCH ROOM :nor will be much more delicious
"There are the windows. said office, 913 :
cushioned footstool for his big feet. '
I if It is baked and served In TAR COFFEE MILLS
Rubriz locked the door and then Montana. I street. i' 900 Southard Street : oar _

iwent to the throne where he sat "Ay. Sf we had wings said Rubrlx. FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved -, PHONE 207-W Hotrsi 9 to 12-1 to 0 :: Giant Scallop or Hear\ Sta,;::;512 Greene St. Phone 256

down. Ills brown body, n.-tea to the I Real Estate! in the City of :,; Open Saturday Nights .Shells. ..

':'waist,lolled on a velvet-lined arm of (Copyright tin, Harper 4 Brothers) I I TENNIS MATCHES i Key West; 129 acres of land on .................".............................:. ....tts...I5. .t. a "ts_IH\..i La.*4 ...... ........-'!!....- I
;the chair; his bare toes wriggledInto the Florida Keys. Apply to F .
the softness of the footstool. Tomorrow, Montana and Rubrls I WEDNESDAYPeter DINE AT THE :
try a dangerous trick. HELD W. Roberts, 803 Olivia street.febll12tx J Birds Animal. Fish ; PRITCHARD ..i SERVE THE POPULARDESSERT'

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........ ..... ....... of letters in his day born at Cam 'I WANTED FUNERAL IIOIII:

Today'sAnniversaries;; .1 bridge. Mass. Died there Aug. won the Varela FERA.and double Ellis England tennis II'' WANTED Year-Round Rental f you aro accnstoniod to CECIL GRAY i : Royal Pally Ice en-

12, 1891. tournament Wednesday by defeat- Unfurnished Modern Bungalow dining at home ye* will find o TAXIDERMIST : Dignified, s.tJaetJc : And NeftItIet

I ting Carl Sawyer and Avery East Section. Write Boxf S. THE PLAZA ; 1
1822-IsabeUa B. Hooker, Hart.I I Johnson, 6.4. 63. II III a norel and em- C.srta 1 BARBECUES of all kind*
. ................. Citizen Office. :
.... ford, Conn., philanthropist, reformer I Sawyer and Johnson won in the joyablo experience.I 2 Fine Work At a Reasonable : '

1732-George Washington, bornin ,' and advocate of woman's !semi-finals by defeating Bob Pin : Price : LICENSED EHBAUCEE : .Ikioms Tasted SnJwtcka

Westmoreland Co., Va. Died at rights, born at Litchfield Conn. I der and Doyle Smith. BREAKFAST ,

:Mount Vernon, Dec. 14, 1799. : Died Jan. 25, 1907.1833Rebecca I Varela and England won semifinals REPAIR all string instruments. LUNCHEON : Aa..s.mc. : 'COLD BEER
I by default from Ignaeio Car. Robert Whitehead 1310 Johnson PHONE 20 .
1788 Arthur Schopenhauer. I Sophia Clarke bone and Joe Pinder. street.feb20"4a I SUPPER : : : BO.IfS BARBECUE

German philosopher, born. Died ("Sophielay"\ ), popular writerof I 801 Fleming Street LADY ATTE1WANT : jtnet'I
Sept. 21,. 1860. children's books, born at Nor I 1857-Frank L. Stanton,' Georgia ALL: MAKES RADIOS REPAIR. PLAZA RESTAURANT : Valto. at Kewto.Csufc .

ridgewock, Maine. Died there, Aug. poet' laureate, author of ED, by authorized radiotrician. I SOS Dam Street : KEY WEST, FLA. :Phe. s4a Nsr 5kP : _
1819-J\1'RlWel1;: Lowell. 16, 1006. I "Mighty: Lak a'Rose," born at Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela

New EnglandVpoet, editor anddiplomat I Charleston.S.C.'Died, at Atlanta, stt:<
the raiost.foremost man ., 1838-Marraret E. o: "Sangiter., ,_:Ga., Jan 7, 1927. ** :-: 0 teb2-lmox Itjrllll.lII.l.l.l.lII. :;, ,,,,, ,,, ,



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Spanish Verbena Of Cigar Industry's Golden Jubilee In Tampa d
SOCIETY wish to express our sincere

:- :: : -:- MAKES READY TOOPENONMONDAY .111111111111111111111...111111111111 ..............11.11..........1111111'r REVIEWSWHAT appreciation to all who helped in

any way during our recent

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Tutu SoW VMCTCP IIIDNf O.VKOONO bereavement, the death of our be-

loved one, Jose Sanchez. Es-
Frank A. Vanderlip, retired mil-
'PHONE 752-J
pecially do :we thank those who
lionaire banker
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"This nation will never returnto
donors of the beautiful floral offerings
the gold standard and soon the -
Many Unusual Displays j I and cards of sympathy.
PLAYERS HAS BEEN PUT time will come when no nation
I We assure one and all that their
will be on a gold standard.
UP; EVERYTHING BEING kindness will never be forgotten
At Annual Flower Show THE FAMILY.
. PUT IN SHAPE TODAY e ; r Florence P. Kahn, Congresswoman feb22-lt
--' from California:" ', "yT" '

The Editress yesterday made a: a basket of some sort of fluffy "Germany, France,: *Ru fa,3! t\s\ COUGH: DRop

careful and detailed tour of the!j pastel flower or plant that growsi The Heffner-Vinson Players' i r av afi Italy, Japan-all these power*

Flower Show at the Public Li wild on the Florida Keys, and an theater has are busy arming.. And-we are do- . Real Throat relief!
big waterproof tent -
brary, piloted by Mrs. W. J, Phe-.Over .Seas Highway scene with ing nothing." .

lan, General, ,Chairman of ,the the various flora and trees to be been put up. The stage, scenery, '-:-----; ;" with-tt

Show. [seen 'qn either side of the road, orchestra platform and seats will Arthur Brisbane,' .hiCh" &,,\paid ..... ''''''., -r .
It is the former's observation'!i this latter very natural and nice. all be practically placed by night, editor: "ow ; 1 ;

that it is unfortunate that larger! I I and they will be ready for their r a ? "The people have tasted bloodin

tained quarters Jo could exhibit not all have the been marvel-ob-'I un-Thompson, showed some deft de- opening Monday night, Feb. 25. A T 1: and the they way want of government more; they money think MONROE THEATERSally

The balance of the people; will "
I they ought to have it.
lous flowers, plants, ferns and signs in baskets with various Blane-Charles Starrett in
palms that were in evdence, for,I ferns and flowers in them. I be coming in today and tomorrow.The SILVER STREAK

due to the lack of space, these dis-y The Fern Display, with Mrs. J. opening play U a three-act William Green, president A. F. of Richard Arlen-Madge Evans in

Flays could not be shown off to I C. Gekeler in charge, exhibited.comeay-arama, "From Out of the L.: HELLDORADO

their very best advantage. some beautiful varieties of both Sky," featuring "Jimmie" Heff-1 The Spanish Verbena that 'opens the Cigar Industry Golden Jubilee at Plant Field, Tampa, "Tke President" is our hope and Matinee Balcony, lOcI Orcb.es-

However, with the limited space I hardy and delicate ferns, and the ner in the comedy role. Florida, February 23, is shown above. This will be one of the most brilliant Latin-American ey.nts.er our strength. tra, 15-20c; Night, 15-2Sc

at their disposal the Garden Club Rock Garden, arranged by Mrs. Other features with the show staged in this country. Bands, orchestras, entertainers and dancers from Cuba, Mexico, Cen- -,

surely did wonders, and the Flower S. Long and Mrs. William It are: the Noble Sisters, tap and tral and South America capital will be at that city for the event. Pearl Buck, novelist: '
Show was a beautiful affair 10. brought forth many admiring acrobatic dancing; Miss Josephine "I learned to talk and to think']'

throughout, with some especially comtnents. Mrs. J. Vining Royster, "the girl that can really in Chinese and even'now I compose -

interesting and unusual displays.Mrs. Harris had arranged a neat, color sing"; Dick Royster and his Carolinians ........................, my thoughts in that lan

Frederick Kirtland's exhibit ful table of oleanders. an eight-piece orchestra; 1-i MENTION I NEW IMPROVEMENTAT SOUTH FLA. CO. guage and translate" them'' beforeI THE HUB

of cacti elicited much admi Three dinner-tables, beautifully and Evelyn, the girl who !sees tomorrow PERSONAL I I write' them.' ., '..
ration. Tastefully arranged with arranged' ,-were,)n,J evidences: one, I ''I.... .................... BAKER'S PLACE 'm S p f4.a.arter Class,,* loA, Senator. o from
sand, shells, brain and other varieties ! ,f them! a nautical. at11e, byCalvin ;:,>iFS- The entire. acting cast are' all : 1a11iA ?_'""" *,*.... I "Ladies'Department
< <. is'visiting Hello Renedo'was .an arrival .m I Vir .niaJ.. .. .
of coral, many species of cacti B.. Bentley < { .o..i capable' and talented people: \ I
were shown, come of them BO.rare t here on',lier....yaehlt, and ,this" was One lady will be admitted free I yesterday for a short visit. with Owing to the great increase in $rpsf"suggestions' have been man''who_'n'N"linow. '
that I carried the'marine motif relttil.tfjL > "" . ,Ifr business>i'during! h tflau, several ah jwhether. a means 'and' or "or' Is BEAUTIFUL SPORT SUITS,
a great many people had nev- out in with every'.mf)i !ty'tkkc"pumlraked 'U" ,$ con ink $M'x week in the South I
*ins'embroidered! \ \,---.i: months, the management. QLlk.k fit to "TIQlq.'iUl\U\ all-leading shades including
er encountered them, before. This i with napk in blue on the opening night. 1 Fionda'Co-ituctiijg and Engineering .
:: : 'f. "" solid whites
et'aMeat "It Dfnu'STEARNSpASTE exceptionallywell
display, in the opinion of the writer and a yachting ,designs on ,the' \..Ji'UI t pe at"1 n(&I ckll < Spenc@;:" yailroad: official, .. Market...822 FLeminr i Comptnj, ."! conteshB. .Leg., full n tailored with the Pari-
was one of the most interesting china. 'u'E'jKjuuiV*- ': : herflra: starts plaVingat"7f45! >'-frequent 'visitor and member of street, an auxiliary? of Bake: 3 'swing. I s+an touch, ,

of the entire show r j' ;[ Showing ," o'clock 'and curtain rises at 8 f.I the local Rotary Club, arrived yes- stall Grocery, is makingplanl'ioJin- I Zf 1 tJ l ize in' 1 d r\Ul'r f at _.-4 _.". .;_,$8.95

The Seed Display, collected and, Mrs.' William R. Warren's dinner o'clock. The tent is located at'' terady for a short visit. a complete refrigerationplant awards went to Mrs.\ C. B. Demer

arranged under the direction of table was exquisite, with a the corner of Duval and Division at the market in the near itt;; second prize to Mrs'-. .A. F. LINEN SUITS for Sport Wear,

Mrs. F. T. Ford and A. D. Luelhi. I I white coral centerpiece on mirror, ttreets. _": Carl Rom, senior radio electrician future. Ayala and third.prize to Mrs. V. sizes 14 to 44, from$2.95 -
another unusual feature of ,I r will afford the customers <
was O'Brien.
modernistic silver cranes and can- of the lighthouse department, 35
,the affair. Even at the largest. dlesticks, with white candles, Miss Russell who was in Miami working on the of this market a larger variety of Last evening Mrs. Lois Busto TO $4.45
,Flower Shows held in cities I I meats to select from, which will first Mrs. H.
big gold-banded china and radio telephone on the Tender was winner of prize
throughout the there has Wins ContestMiss : be kept on hand at all times.Today's L. second prize, and Mrs.C. .
country' glassware shading down into clear Poinciana, returned yesterday. KAPPA: PI DRESSES, latest styles, in all
tot been such a comprehensive 1 I( white stems and base. : .1111.1......I.I..I.It1/ B. Bust third prize. MASQUERADE BALL the new shades, a Af?

collection of specimens of this Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke's Phyllis Russell, daughter l Judge Jefferson B. Browne, Today and tomorrow arc the real value ?.+__.$4.

kind, due, probably, to the fact :!I Patio Table was delightful and of Captain Phillip B. Russell, .who was in Miami to preside overa HoroscopeThe last days of the contest. Saturday,Night 1

that these things are entirely unobtainable informal, with green fluted china formerly of Key West, American was declared session of court, returned yesterday I....................1... CUBAN CLUB 75 DRESSES for Street and
elsewhere winner in the
in and a lenten tree in quaintly car- Frank Dallas, San Antonio Sport Wear, all flO nr
tropics. Out-of-town visitors par. : ved wooden vase on a marble- Legion Beauty Contest recently I native of this day has good newsboy, is said. to have the: Gents 75c Ladies- Free colors _.,_.? ._ .
ticularly, were more than interested held at Cedar Keys, Fla. ability, with intuition and a taste
topped table with iron base Mrs. Arthur Mulberg,. who was loudest voice in the United States.:
in the seventy-five varietiesof The contest was held in the for high living and the luxuriesof
painted green. I i spending a short visit with her I WHITE SHOES High, Baby
seeds displayed, and voiced Cedar Keys High School and Miss\ life. There is a tendency to I KEY WEST
The School On Louis and heeb-
Displays were ex- I parents, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ George Colds That Hang Military -
their appreciation of the opportunity >Russell was one of five others selected petulance with some disposition COLONIALHOTEL
cellent, and included a sand-box Kantor left afternoon
j yesterday them started.:
to examine them, which included to compete with twenty: to be headstrong, and you are apt Don't let get $1.98
with UP
shells starfish and
arranged I 1; for the home in Pahokee, Fla. Fight them quickly.Creomulsion
seeds from the horseradish pond-lettuce from classes A, Band others from whom, will be named'I to be misjudged, which will be a combines helps in one. Power:' In the Center of the. Businessand
tree, Alexander laurel, oleander, I,Miss Levy County. mistake, for your instincts are
3of the Division Street}l I Mrs. Enrique -Renedo left yesterday ful but harmless. Pleasant to Theater District SLACKS, a real good assortment -
calabash; ladyslippers, Brazilian good at bottom. take. No narcotics. Your druggist -,
a very well-done landscape -( afternoon for Atlanta to -
pepper, breadfruit, woman's Costume Ball is authorized to refund ,your 'First Clasi-Firtpro.f-
and conch shell
husband is student
a arrange- join her who a
tongue, frangipanni, Circassian I York. Mrs. Goldberg, who was be- money on the spot if your coughor $1.00 S1.95
ment with surroundedby Atlanta-Southern Dental Col- Sensible Rate AND
pots deftly at
Here Tonight fore cold is not relieved by Creo: >>
bean, candle-tree, sisalpina, rain- marriage Miss Yvonne.Bald- .
painted clothespins, this latter lege. win, will remain for few weeks; mulsion... (adv.)
tree poinciana Priitchardia a
by the 6-A Grade of the Harris -
I l with her SHORTS, real attractive colors
jungle vine and Everything is in readinessfor family. I II'
coco thrynax School. Also in this school dis- Mr. and Mrs J, C. Remcn! and and
_______ styles$1.00 -
mangrove. play was a charming little hang-\\ the Washington's Birthday I I Mr. and Mrs.\ Floyd Shannon who I I' I f MUNSON ISLANDFISHINC Garage. Elevator
Very InterestingThe I Grand Costume Ball to be heM George Saulnier of North CAMP Popular Prices $1.50
ing basket made from : were visitors for two days in Key !Adams AND
tonight at Casa Marina.\ Leo B., Mass., who was spending
Croton under the Ellison
Display, Operated by R. if.
cocoanut shell fashioned by some/ West, left yesterday afternoon,for t j
direction of Mrs. J. J. Trevor, was Warren, director of social aCtiVi-'II i a short'vacation in Key Westwith t Best Fishing on Coast --.;.....
clever youngster in the 5-A Gradeof Lake Wales and other points in
also of unusual interest to visitors the Harris School window ties at the hotel, announces that Florida. II I his son and daughter-iq-law, Mr., Guides and Boats.AvailableSea BATHING SUITS, a tremendous -
from other sections of the coun. this affair promises to top any and Mrs. Joseph E. Dion and Food-Fishing assortment ofLadies'
bouquet very well done by Class I LEE BAKER'S Bathing Suits, in all
exhibited previous affair of its nature. and their children, left for his J!
varieties Boating-Bathing
try. Many
2-A of the Division Street'School Harry Goldberg, who was home the'new styles and wanted
and Mrs. Trevor had further and place cards cleverly-decorated rpending a short vacation with yesterday. I i Write for Reservations, Post GROCERY AND,MEAT colors

augmented her exhibit of planted with tiny colored shells by Class Arrange Dance For relatives of Mrs. Goldberg, left checks i Office, Ramrod Key MARKETAfter $1.95 $3.95"Ladies

crotons by mounting a number of 2-B of the Harris School. An un- Tomorrow yesterday for his home in New Accessible by Rail or Auto, to TO
specimen leaves on a board, lab- usual note was the sweet-potato, 666 COLDSFEVER Ramrod Key making up your weekly Don't miss seeing

elled with their names, this much from which a long vine had Dance TonightAt and I' Camp" Boats Meet Guests Grocery and Meat list call them!"
Members of the Kappa Pi Clubin Rates: $5.00 Per Day- Baker's
appreciated by visitors wishing to Grocery, Phone 695
but this
grown display was un-
make a detailed study of these labeled at the time of the writer's charge of the Masquerade Ball Cuban Club I j I American Plan' and get the best cute of Meat, FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY,

plants. visit and it is therefore impossible tomorrow night are busy today I Liquil Tablets first day J 1 Best Quality Groceries, Vege- all Silk Chiffon and Service

The Fruit and Vegetable Display to credit this to any class or arranging to make the affair an Everything is set for the Wash Salve Nose Dr.P. HEADACHESin tables and Fruits and Select weight, real good, 59c

by Mrs.\ Stephen. Douglassand individual.The enjoyable one. ington's Birthday Dance at the I I .30 minutesPALACE 1 Poultry at BEST PRICES. hosiery,: pair ??.?....,..
Pastorini Every member of the organization Cuban Club tonight. NEVER
Mrs. Arthur won Playhouse, built by Class Western and Florida. Mfeats
for best will attend the ball in I Dancing will begin at the close 1
the blue ribbon general 1 B-3 of the Division Street (all cuts) I SHEETS, 81x90. the famous"RADIO"
arrangement of the Show, and was costume. Although it is not com of the day's festivities of "La Se- : scalloped Of* '
School was set on the lawn I Veal Spring Lamb Pork I
indeed deserving of this honor. and thiwas up pulsory it is expected that a I mana Alegre." edge, only ........-....... CI
than well-
more Hens and
Big Williams in Fryers
Boy I
number attending the dance Pritchard's Orchestra will furnish
Exhibited were tome of the fruits I great I '
done, and included several roomsof of All Kinds
and vegetables peculiar to the hand-fashioned! furniture and will come in costume. I music for tonight affair. COWBOY HOLIDAY I BEFORE ,SUCH A Swift Premier Hams' i I 4 YEAR GUARANTEED

locality and proving of great interest sunning !kiltie 'Window boxes, be- .. Serial and Short Reel SMOOTH SHEETS, 81x99, unconditionally .
to the throng.of. visitors sides a tiny pond with sand and i i banaMadrid'CrubOpened' Matinee: 1O-15c. Night 10e. : 'guaranteed, made
Included .fcyu l of the
them. ,00ft
constantly examining1 country's
shells.lP1./' "* r. <' tt : at this low. Price j r
r: ,- '
this plain- ,
in display
<-tr i 1S |' i ipecial $1 25
t FeaturesSeveral' : Ju17iGj '-WeARE'OPENSUNDA Y only ... __ .
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tains, sapodilla, mameysapota "" With Floor Show Last Night'and ?'IfO: MORNINGS.
squash specialfeaj: res; of' the Friday and Saturday : NOW! , _. , -
nastics ,
guava, sourson . I :"l/tl ii|< >ii4 rin. ot -j jp :
cocoanuts, or "papaw,!' Flower Show JbeJt.i jn the Adults wig pi 4'f YfcAtf GUARANTEED
tamarind, figs papaya, limes, breadfruit Division! jncludtjd, ,My*,, 'W"1l'e The Grand Opening of the' new ', .Mrs. Julian'Langner, Mr and Large shipment'YOUNG PROBAK o;.r"95Kpor.a, t).li"efj WLLOW-CASES to QQb
Bryant KirkeV,'display bf, painted lIabal-Madrid Club was a' brilliant )Ir".C. O. Ackermn.JUiss JUary, J '''CAIU'jj .. erring. Strset rate c
morinda citrifolia. pomegranate, ; \ I'I 1tt( t s just recej{ t: JUNIOR u.1.l..' , Yla ,"\Ul 1'fJ 'r
ties watermelon and kumquat. posters showing the native' trees, one, with Key West society, Louise Spottswood." Mrs. Jane G ( t
The Palm Display was lovely shrubs and cacti in their natural members of the winter colony-and.I Brown, Mrs. Kay McCullough,, PORK blades

and varied and included the fish- color; Mrs. J. F. Fogarty's exhibitof out-of-town visitors attending in' Miss Kyros McCullough, Mr. and Western and Florida Meats

tail, Kentia, Cycas circinalis. a branch of the Gliricidia tree great numbers. Mrs Ray Bush, Mr. and Mrs All Ingredients for Souse
Phoenix robelina and oil-palm, and in blossom, and the home aquar- The setting was a perfect Spanish Joseph Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lar. :

was under the direction of Mrs. ium of Mrs.. William R. Warren one, and the fine Rhumba Or- ry Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry BERMUDA: MARKET

R F. Lord. containing pond lettuce and chestra, very entertaining Floor Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lumley, Also in Packages gk10for25c
Mrs. Andrew Miller's Specimen shells. Show and well-done murals fur- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pierce, Mr. Phone 861-W Free Delivery

Table, interesting and wellarranged The Colored People's Displaywas ther enhanced the tropical scene. and Mrs. Melvin E. Russell, Mrs. Cor. White and Virginia Sts. 25 for
crown-of-thorns creditable and It was a very gay evening, much Lou Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Harold J
showed the a very one,
azalea, peperonia. Christmas cactus included ferns, palms, and many enjoyed by those present. I Ballou, Adrian Dornbush, Mr. W'.,
Among the socially prominent and Mrs.' Benjamin Sawyer, LeoB.
birds-nest ferns and a host. of varieties of cut flowers and grow- 59c"O
other plants. ing plants and even a few cacti. glimpsed at the Habana-Madrid Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Washington Birthday ".,ov

Beautiful Display They are due much credit for were Mayor and Mrs. William II. Taylor, Mrs. Isabel Ball, Mr. and :
Malone Mr. and Mrs. Julius F. Mrs. Frank and Mrs. /Q 2 tis(she past few
Ladd, Mr.
Mrs. David Sholtz, wife of Gov- their very nice and well arranged l' lima
Costume ve dnvea
ernor Sholtz of Florida, had four exhibit.It Stone, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., !-r. and Ball r J p yean beauuefaecas7iao4 ;
Gilfond Judge Jefferson B. Mrs. Victor Moffatt Mr. and Mrs, ?'
exhibition and ,+ lower-priced
shadow boxes on is the desire of the Garden I / rsior
these were indeed beautiful to be- I Browne, the Duke of Arcos, Mr.\ George Lucas and others. bU3et-mjr bead suffer-
Club that each person who sub- ins because of At ihon-
hold. One of them a white cornucopia -mitted plants and flowers for the TONIGHT I F com lIl' of my podet-

vase containing yellow Flower Show be assured of their '-0- book.Now four' Piobsk
nasturtiums, is worthy of particular appreciation of the club. It is FOR COCKTAIL I '/ Jr. kutsgua brought

mention, and another a gold now, being arranged that a list be PERFECTION ,,. ? t Dinner 7.8 bock no naa sl-maf am.comfort M
Grecian vase with roses, was perfectly Dancing 9.12:30 I
made listing each individual
up C "E.Eugeneleoebut
lovely. donor together with those win .$2.OO'ER, PERSQN I I. SuJ .CaI4.- Fine TackleMade
Mrs. William II. Malone's table Fishing
ning awards and this list when (; 'S'A.MARINA. Unsolicited letters like
of hibiscus was a riot of color with available, will be published in The / this prove the amazing '

hibiscus in baskets, alone and Citizen.In_ 0.017 efProbsk Jr.Try
and effective I this Mifermrr bee aadsmoothshaving ByPfheger -
strewn about with careless the meantime, the Flower

beauty over the entire Show this year proved an un- Get Probtl Jt-from blade.

table, a mass of hibiscus blooms, qualified success beautiful colorful r Over-Sea Hotel Barest dealers-row remarkable Von Hole and Sooth .Bad

charming and delightful.The and far surpassing any other p value at 2) ,
Cut Flower Display was ", blades for GAl,39c or a
most effective, and Mrs.B.. C. Flower Show held here previously. 917 FLEMING STREET: : special l trial package of4for FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH
of the Garden Club are
ROOM running water __ $1.00
Moreno in
charge of this fea
was I to be congratulated for their ef- ROOM with bath 1.50 pes.Iliva.uGif4w See Our Complete Line
ture. They were variously arranged forts to make this show the lovely --- asI a'.F.i sussPROBAK
: some in conch shells and others WEEKLY RATES I
interesting affair that it was.
in vases and colorful bowls, yJ Newly Renovated

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