The Key West citizen
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 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 26, 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: UF00048666:00440
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Judge Jefferson B. Browne left 'In. M. Ellsworth of the First

Given By Local Body ISLAND CITYTampa. yesterday afternoon for Miami Title Abstract and Guaranty I POSED DISPLAY HERE MUCH INTERESTIN Housing Department Of
for the purpose of presiding at the Company of Key West is PrePar.J) ALL FLORIDACOMMITTEE KeyV est Administration -

On March 1 Times trial this morning of suspended ing abstracts of title Plans for the Key West Stamp
( Daily !)
Judge E. C. Collins of Dade county lands in :Monroe county which are!and Coin Exhibition are progressing Called Upon For
OF FAIRMOUNT Members of the Tampa delegation J UNIT
criminal court. to become a part of Everglades rapidly) SecretaryTreasurerEverett
Grand Commander who visited Key West at the i InformationA
PARK AQUARIUM EXPRESSES While not sure the trial will be National Park. { 1.. Sawyer said today.
: invitation of FERA officials returned of
Entries from various parts
John H. Cowlet, of the Southern GREAT DELIGHT ON RE-I held today Judge Browne said Mr. Ellsworth said that practically -:
this morning on the'P. & the United States have been received COOPERATION SHOWN POINTSTO
Juritdiction Scottuh Rite Masons that up to the hour of his departure the
; all of the land on ) will be display during
and on
CENT VISIT TO KEY WESTDr. enthusiastic about
O. S. S. Cuba. number .of inquiries relative
Jme Donn deputy of. the_ Supreme West and interested in the he had received no notification mainland of the state which is in'' the exhibition showing the I
Key to the and leaving the; to Key West have been received
contrary was Monroe county will be incorporated -; strangest stamps from Africa. ACTIVITIES CARRIED ON
Council. Governor Dave opportunities of developing more to be in court this morning.The South Sea Islands Asia and many I
Robert 0. Van Deusen, director in this county's sectionof by the houM>f department of tLe
Sholtz. member of ScottUh Rite business! in Key West for Tampa constitutional right of other places of which the averageman THROUCHOUT STATE
of Fairmount ,Park ,Aqua- Judge Browne to sit on cases in the national park. has never heard. Key West| Admjautratien s.c.

of Miami and Tamp*.aad i.vuiting 'Hum-who,.was'in Key, West ,for ,concerns.. Members. the Tampa party I criminal court in Dade county has\ Ernest F. Cue,,.executive chairman -! The'' educational exhibit has >..*.t Back Carter,.._commentator,

member.hT.->keen. invited to at.tend several :weekat left.'yesterday,..forh ....., I been attacked in;an appeal to the of the Everglades National aroused ,interest in official Wash- c Special t*"T.e. eIUn.) ,
who had.. been. to Key West on letter was : JACKSONVILLE 'f i peat' aboat' half .. ,_ supreme court It was the opinion ,ington. 'The following Feb. 25<- *
the I borne in,PhiladelphiaThe -* [Park Association who was in Key''
'a diar.aDd meeting'of previous occasions were impressedwith that it would) take possibly two received today by the'president of With canipaigD plans> completed .
of.Dr. Van "te ,gbject
i principal ; [West last week made all necessary -' '
local body Friday night M&rcL1.IThe 'the :improvements..that have 'I weeks to decide this question. the.'KeyN .Wsti.Philatelic'' Society: and rive from
reports a number
pre ,
De sen's visit to Key West was to resulted: from,the.FERA,,activities While Judge Browne was appointed arrangements.for having "'My' dear Captain, votf Mietk- daylight ducutiiag the,rehabilitation -
:of throughout the stateindicating
dinner will be served 7 make the dedicatory speech'at.the there. They 'complimented Julius 1 I by Governor Sholtz to I[abstracts made out. tho'l Liuba: points Ali of,'Key'W> t.
I for the
o'clock in the Plaza Restaurant. exercises held .in connection with !preside it is argued that the governor "I am'glad to have the oppor- success
F. Stone J r., FERA administratorfor I,I h without constitutional authority -' tunity to' extend greetings to the Florida Committee's membership Inquiries have been received
entertainment the. the opening of the Key West
Following this I Florida and his organization to appoint a circuit judge: WALTER WILBUR I Key West Philatelic Society. solicitation February 25-March 2,! from several widely separated

diners will assemble in Scottish I I Tropical Aquarium on February on their work in Key West. 1 from this county and that all actions "Your plan to stress the recreational the workers in more than 100 points, indicating that the .circulation -

Rite hall at Eaton and Simonton:! 17. Key West business men were interested of'the jurist in the Dade : LIKES KEY WEST and educational values of cities and towns started yesterday, I given to the broadcastwas
Since the idea of the aquarium county court are void.It stamp collecting is most commendable. -
streets where newly elected Of- in doing more businesswith it announced at state head, widespread. The program'ori
in Key West first began to take I is also said that this means Over a period of several was
ficers of the lodge will be in- definite shape Dr. Van Deusen Tampa firms. The overnight I that the contempt sentence imposed1 OFF'- I years I have found a full measure quarters here. inated over Station WABC in

stalled. eight: service on the P. & 0.1 by Judge Browne on Paul FERA. MAKES illS of both. I.hope that you and your The committee seeking 100-, New York, on the Columbia

Sovereign Grand Commander has been closely identified with F the project and has been here on !I and reporter of the MiamiI much relaxation and pleasure out '
Cowles whose home is in Louisville to compete with Miami for Key outlined plans for a nation-wide f Carter told of the activities(
several occasions te give of his I I I Beach Tribune last week. were CITY of stamp collecting as I do.
Ky., is spending a portionof West business. No ill feeling was void. successful I I advertising and publicity program. here in rehabilitating the city
for :
"Best a
knowledge and instructions I I I
tC winter season in Miami. I experience encountered because of the removal -'! __ .. .. I meeting. l Business men in Miami and Mi-'t' pointing out that now the city u

These custin:;uh.hcd personageswere relative to the con- ,al the cigar: industry from Key I I I Wzlter Wi'bur.'! of t "Sincerely yours I I pmi Beach pre-campaign: meetings I I clean and that it is well filled
struction of the building and West to Tampa many years ago. !ANNOUNCE DEATHOF Charcdon.1 I.. ICKES. : : their support I
in Key West last year and.were h;. C.. tsshtant to (Signed) "HAROLD i ii 350-strong. pledged with tourists.

entertained by the local anks.As nntt, of fact the of I The this recent subject unfriendly in a weekly!editorial newrpa.on i!'1 idt'rel'H.sentative of the Federal ;i "Secretary of the Interior.".j:of the All Florida: Committee c m-I The comments on the broadcast
a T planJ M. WINTER IN .Emergency': Relief Administration'.1 Mr. lilies and Henry Morgen1 paign. In this city the campaign ,;
lodge on Match 16, Mr. Cowles tie tanks and building : ler in Key Wwt appirrntly:: did the United with indicate that he created a great
proper til the Southeastern United States 1 haii,. Jr.. secretary; of tet-up has been completed
arivetj i by train accomjMinied by were made I ly architects in Phil- : not represent! the noint of view of, :declare' him"elf delighted with the i I i States treasury, are ardent stamp: .i iI Stephen Fifield, banker and civic deal of interest the Island Qicy.

Judge/& II. L. Oppenborn. Milo tdelphia! under the direction of the the business men of that commun I TOBACCO :'city. This is his first visit. I I[collector Mr. Morgenthau expressed I leader, as local:chairman. Reports; and tome'of the letter han_ beh
Coffrin. Russell Williams and doctor. In these there have beenno ity. PAPERI a'from before
Mr. Wilbur has been here for his wishes last week in Tampa received just j
Blrnn C. Mincer, all of Miami und changes made, it j is said.: i The Tampa party. headed by, ---- Ir l one week and is rapidly recovering -' letter to the president of the so-:'the campaign got under way indi-'' very complimentary.

Goveinor Sholtz and James Dorm'i Asked when he expected to return I Mayor Chancey arm! ledby Robert DECEASED WAS ONE OF,;. : from a nervous indisposition :I Iciety.; for a full ruecerj of this : eated 'that the! arrangements for!I The! publicity department of the.
by Coast Guard plane./ he raid that he had definite Dill, FERA fdntinistrator for the r KeyVest Administration. had r
came no : from which he for Kev West event. j I i the drive there were in gOO Apart
This ViFit will be the second of': plans at this time and pos- I Tamp district corniced: of' Arthur ;:1.L J.EApmo jiIARACTERS! J IN i T"rns time before was coming suffering to Key It' h- .,planned hav" the- dbp'av ".....thape\; . --.--..-" *-** .****<1'r In'arran f z the, .roirr m,
i Pisit Weslloilge wrtild" not.again' be In Savzge, Harold: Mim"% Francis I [ !J f
4 ,fii paid tathelSoy 'rfbly' Key HAVANA AND PUERTO RICO,, W e t. on March 7 open to the general The Greater Miami area's-quota and' evidently Carter was talking
by the Sovereign Grand! West; until he made his regular : Sack. J. M. Palmer. Captain L.i I I During his day he is lookingover 1 public. ':of memberships. 20.00C, leads the't I has
from what he and beard
Commander since 1925. although visit to secure specimens for the i r.. Hiidcins. Fre-1 Carter. O. Falk. TOBACCO INDUSTRY. it i the numerous projectunder; I I On March 8 the day will be giv-: late and it wat raid that advance ', read
he has the tanks Fairmount Park. I J. G. Kirkland J. W. Gray. Jan-es!; I about ,Key West.LONGER .
passed through: city on at t way end familiarizing himself ", over to series of informal report have resulted in leaders! intHat ,

a number of occasions while on Just as the train was about to rjiambliss. Floyd Byram T. Roy t tt t ,,-i'h J th. various phases of the re [ talks on stsmp collecting in various sector calling for additional'

his way to Cuba and South Amer leave the doctor asked that The Brown and Ralph Nicholson. Mrs.NIchoroii The Citizen b in receipt of a:habilitation program, He expect"! educational institutions: of membership: cards and l materials. LUNCHEON

Citizen express his thanks for the and their guests. Miss l It.tt"r from Mrs. Maurice Winter;to remain until the early part of. Key West. Tampa's territory b expected to

I mpnv courtesies and kindnes-es Katharine Kin ;bury of New York telling of the death: of her has- rext week.BATH t During March 9 the frames of produce 14,000, memberships and

;ica.HOSTESSES FOR received by his host of friends in and Miss\ Charlotte MacMoran\ of band, who was well known to many rtampand coins mav be seen: in this city has a !quota .of 12OlJO'j r PERIOD FOR FERA

Key Weft: and assure them he will Port: Huron Mich.. who accom- resident* of Key West. 1 I rhow window along Duval ttrf'et.l. Other membership quotas for com
look forward to quick return to "anie-I the party a.,d remained in HOUSES closing
I a t t Mr. Winter was the head! meni- On Sunday March 10. the munities throughout the state hnvebeen OFFICE WORKERS
OPENING OF ART thh delightful and hospitable city. Key Wct for a few days. l-er of the firm of Maurice Winter j i -: ceremonies will take place in ret on a proportionate ba is.,,
I A werk<< of festivities vat and mu-icil setting Two grand prizes stated.The I
( Cfplc..f'r) -. importers exporters MADE READY p it was 'I -
'i '!nt'h.,1 in KeyVest Tuesday of Havana and Puerts' ,:r-ilt be awarded one for the best campaign is designed tolaise

GALLERY NAMEDMRS. 0. CARROLL SEEKS right with the production of Gilbert Rico tobaccos! and maintained IIn I rtamp exhibit and the other forth a fund of at least $100,000 BEGINNING FRIDA. EM-:

S 1 an-l Sullivan' "Pirates of office at 273 Pearl street. New : bet coin exhibit. to advertise .and publicize the ,, PLOYES WILL HAVE TIM&
Pfnzance." with a cast of 70 p<*r- Hath.houses are available with I detail will be ''
DATA ON KEY WEST York City. The home address of Further announced state. Thb advertising campaign
EDWAKD BRUCE. WIN- :ons. all residents of Key West. f Mrs.! Winter is! 44 Weft 77th St..i tor.els.- at Coral Isle Casino, it << in a few days. initiated by 162 Florida newspapers EXTENDED ONE HOUR
except thrt'('. Floyd Ea'l<1y of York N. Y. .van pointed out at the office of and co-operating agencies! is,'
New I
TF.R VISITOR. NAMED j Tampa played the part of the Major \ The following account of Mr. Uie: Key West- Admini-t ration. ,fo stream the resources and attractions .,1 LATER IN AFTERNOON
ST. PETERSBURG RESIDENT General. Other entertainment Many\ visitors are not aware ,of BOND MEETING of all sections of the.
CHAIRMAN OF GROUP Winter's death app"ar*> re- -
provided' for the Tampa paity, included : the> bathing facilities there at thi : I!
States 'date. i
tbc United : .
EXPRESSES DEEP INTER. i rent i isu >
FOR EVENT I a deep sea; fishing trip. a Tobacco Journal: I i[f foot of Simonton street where n I HELD The newspapers have already ::' Beginning Friday employes in

EST IN ISLAND CITY complete tour of the i Wand jolf I "M-uiriee\ Winter one of lh! :former; casino has been renovated I MONDAY:!donated rpace of an estimated .the admjnistrative\ office of therdjstfrc

and a party .at the Key West !S IcioMnt characters in th. Havana ,with bath homes atM
Itocte( 'se- for the formal opening . oj Country Club. Key ,We't busines"I r and Puerto Rico leaf tobpcro in-i- Cabana at Rest Reach are rented << I' ' jltUIj 4'' II j' } .fre. ''t t'l\il'\ | "'i seIneiw.'.nave'' !. :p4tYlr I| observe,f a twptluMir nlimcljeon
I I ,own contributed to a fund to RE. a1ittrral1y''it' .s' d.' '1 1i [' period extending, tUfur
Art tfalli'ryin 44 ) Liven .t
'of the KeyVest 0\\;('n Jr CarroUqf,30W, LTj.tm. :\Anttry died at his home at ,; .
th -'(:Caroline Ixtwe house at' thecorner Court: N' rth, Jit. ;.Petersburg.. F'awriter .. :! hotel cfcrMiCA'at the! Key1 I: Seventy-seventh street. t'JhI to any and all\ prrsona.who might I I !sv"hporl one, hour later,in,th*,
"''"!It Col'l\i' 1'I I I' wish i:: t<> use them. it is vtated. ',, : ,FUNDING" ...MUNICIPAL, ; ] aCt , '" '
of Caroline and D'uvatt.treet ; Mayor\ Wm.: II. Malone a "< W" .1,1, KI*:1 !city\\ after aft! illness of two months. ( t9..S x frjwiy, I' '
; Mr. FalK' \vho formerly lived in ;I.rt 11 KEY'WEST''Ii .1 P ; changj.tMi, llliee
< were unnownced thW nor" ,letter in which hv exprvce>w decn I 1 Ibis death came as the result of BONDS OF : [:, IQecUion.to; :: [
The ito tak placfjThnmlay tflterest I\'y! Wes d re nvwd 'old AC Uilht"ance I t.i'' "at'. i ; .- ''hqurs!\ in die administration *, eo< '>
ing. opening: I ,1j IWf .c n t. hl R faltUst! / T nber at Seventy- NOVENA IN HONOR:. I ,
nightstarting'; at' 's: that a copy'or the leading I paper :?. Part of the delegation: called rVh AfcfeUariJ fcAUimbus avenu0.Thns.wWch I ', ., '. If ; FORJSPECTIONDENY ,'Ihat\.emplvyeB\ may,fee ,able to oiM;

O'clOck.'W'"' "'i He l '](1'A' I iJl'.1 t) i on I.. P. Artman. president and ';I.[ :Mr. ,Winter hcml- ",i' II[allen'pt'rullnJ' "Jt, to"the proposition ','11' ,, terve a siesta and return to work

Mr. Edward Bruce' winter 'Tisi-'j! tli,,Uttef i&dkNafeMa' on editor o{ (th >> I Key.. ,West, Citizen,''rd.[ S Pocated' at 273 Pearl street"The i; OF SAINT JOSEPH.I to refund the municipalbonds I '---- 1 I I after lunch more refreshed was
;' tor here is chairman of the groupwho : ,r the part of the writer to make his I the only daily newspaper in Key;; here.- ; of Key West were discured'i I RUMOR OF QUARANTINE reached. this morning during a

will serve as hostesses, and home in Key West and he asks! for West who said that he was very, veteran merchant halt i [at a meeting, held in Key Wert: I fctaf conference.

others serving with her are Mr\ !!. information relative to the cost: of proud to have Col. Peter O.t been in the tobacco business for I Following a yearly practice begun yesterday. AGAINST OUTBREAK i i iI I|, Because of the nature of the
William II. Malone. Mrs. William for himself and wife. Knight of Tampa u his oldest at meetin* I,work in some departments the
living bU1i-i the past forty years and onetime : in 1928 there will be again Those attending the i
: suhfcriber.: Others found an old / will not affect all
R. Porter. Mrs. Julius F. Store, ness! conditions and the pos wa one of the largest operators this year a solenva: world-wide were: Julius F. Stone Jr.. Florida new schedule
Jr.. Mrs. M.\ E. Gilfond and Mrs. ties of establishing a business! in friend in Peter Schutt formerly of I in the Havana leaf market.He novena at Saint Joseph's Oratory I Emergency Relief Administrator; I|departments, but will be in effect
Carlton B. Hurst. i this city. Tampa. who has succeeded: his unassuming of the throughout virtually all of tha
I was of a quiet and nt Montreal. extending from C. B. Treadway chairman :
has juft been ;: Mr. will the let. father as manager of the Casa Rumors that the camps of administrative branches.
The art gallery Malone answer manner a charming gentleman March 10 to 19. state road department and the
completed after some repair and !! ter and a copy of The Citizen is Marina one of the most attractive I and a merchant who enjoyed<< the To join in the novena. one ha! 'state planning board; Roy Hamlin. bridge workers at Matecumbe are'.k' Hours beginning March 1, will

renovation work was carried on in I being sent to Mr. Carroll this aft hotels in Florida. highest respect and esteem. of as-i only to send his intentions to attorney from Tallahassee, who is under strict quarantine because be from.,8:30 a. m. to 1 p. m., and
I Key West ceemed to be full of d of spinal meningitis from S 5
outbreak to m.
of the of an p. m. p.
the house. Re-decorating ernoon. rociates and competitors alike. I! Saint Joseph's Shrine c handling the refunding proposi-
interior has! been done, and the I I II I tourists with business better than "lIe was born in Nashville.. Neiges. Montreal and te-dt's-I tion; J. P Simmons and George; i:( were today said to be un-i .With."warmer weather comingon !

last of the pictures to be displayedat : it had been in recent years. A, Tennj in 1872. and received his be placed before the statue Simons representing groups of founded. |I M. EL Gilfond acting administrator -
I LIGHT TENDER I I great many of the visitors there : 'While the were quar-. pointed out that observing
the opening are being hung I this education in the schools there. In |, faint during the novena it is stat: large: bondholders. I|I camps
had their intention
Water colors. etching, and year expressed his youth he studied medicine at ed. I Mr. Simmons and Mr. Simons antined yesterday for three hoursit a two-hour luncheon period
display of returning next winter. which I I II. only for the purpose of will serve .s a health measure for
wa'h drawings will be on SAILS TODAYTENDER Nashville University from A medal and novena leaflet are left yesterday afternoon for Miami was ''
and from time to time the number I I he graduated. Soon after completion -' available on request. Hundreds of I and Mr. Treadway left in keeping all employes in the camp* employs* Working at top .speedas :

of paintings. will increased.! VISITORS SPENDVACATION I. of his course he joined his thousands throughout the world I I company with B., M. Duncan engineer while an inspection was being; they are, be added, it is necessary '

Opening of the gallery marks father in the leaf tobacco business -I'participate in the novena. in charge of bridge operations made, it was said. i that the siesta,period be observed -

another step, of the Florida' ERA POINCIANA INSTALLING 11 which the eMer had founded over the highway this morn- : particularly 'during the
district office here to attract vici- STRUCTURES IN HERE twenty years before. The early I summer months. In this way it
toni to Key West. for much of the I 1 part of his'f aree'r;was spent most- TWELVEARRIVE I will be ,possible' to return after

work is considered !unusually good, MIAMI HARBOR ly in the fields' be'Cuba where'he ; I ing.HICHWAYFERRY the luncheon hour, somewhat

having been done by the'' outstanding j jj P. 0. Gunkle and G. E. Nash took chargeof: .that end of thebuninejsjftrihls ABOARD .PLANEThere : J I I ( I retted,and refreshed. 4

finds of the Public Works of lof Welland Ontario came to Key : tither. Upon"the Most of the employe sid faction

,--Art Project carried 'on lat win- j j Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed! j Wet for a few days' stay and death of the elder Winter. he a-! LEAVES TODAY I heads in the administration

ter by the federal government. (today for Rebecca Shoals light J have remained for a few weeks. turned control of the'business and of Pittston, Pa., favored,the change, and are' look.,
I Ii P. J. Conway '
::! and upon returning will make j jI I III [ They are registered at the OverSea -i hd! been conducting it ever since. were 12 passengers arriving a vacation in Key ing forward to the longer lunch-
who is spending
POPULAR BEACH RECLINING I preparations to leave for Tampa Hotel. "lie was an enthusiastic Ma-, by plane this morning from at the changes'i eon period.

CHAIRS I,II Bay and Hilhboro Bay. j I| Mr. Gunkle has made a trip to'.. fon. being a member of the Darey Miami and bookings have been i Ferry Boats Monroe County of': West marvels taken place here since.I ci
[which have
Without $1.25; with armrest ;,,I The Ivy will carry material to I f Tortugas and was successful! on) Lodge.: In- addition he was also a asked for 18 on the return trip the county ferry system which!'I his[ last visit'two years ago JIe&er-r&e .Players
and i
and aE'retlt. $2.65; with;I! be used by the Tender Poppy:I his fishing excursions. He declares member of the Mecca Temple and this afternoon was on the ways for repairs Citizen of his pleasure !:
life Arrivals this morning were:I painting, was taken off the marine ,i$ Telling j'be Sam* Play T* If kt
armrest, and canopy.I which is engaged in erecting iron :I he is having a wonderful vacation .1' was to have been created a seeing loch great advances i
,Atandard organization. He Daniel and Therisa Gleason C. A. i ail way this morning and Bailed at One lady FREE with each,paid
$-1.00; yacht chair structures to replace wooden ones ,: and in this statement is joined member of that imptovem4nt in
$2.r./; de luxe yacht chair, $3.8:;;\L in the bays mentioned. i iI I by Mr. Nash. was altO! a member of the Procress Pickett, W. L. and Katherine MfRedmnnd. > this afternoon for No Name Key.J I j in the general Mr. Conway said that S adult ticket

!\supreme! canvas folding cots, Tender Poinciana is installing'I Another prominent visitor yes I I Club of New York. Elks Russell Kurtel. Robert While out of,the water the ves. conditions outstanding, Improvement was; Se.cIalut.'IO- Extra

/$3.40. I structures in Miami harbor. Two ,terday was A. Stauss of Missouri Club of Tampa Fla., and various Wilson, Henry Redkey Richard, rel's bottom was painted rudders >the the widespread cbanges'for the I AJ.1U.: ;:35 CkiMrMU.lOcD

LONG'S- FURNITURE STORE have been<< placed and seven are who came for the climate and to. I other Masonic organizations in Cuts and Maryann Stander sad were repaired and eec new pro-j j better.from'a sanitary standpoint.,. oen Ope, .7 P. M. .
installed. ,
( feb26-lt yet to be installed. j I enjoy a vacation. I Nashville." 1 1 Mary Springer. I peller # ,- .


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PAGE'- TWO -- -_- --- THE-' : . WEST' CITIZEN TUESDAY. FEBRUARY, 1935)vJ -)

'QLbe l e1 ut t LONG VS. FARLEY portions, colder tonight with freez- ,.co. .Boston, Mass., 29.70 inches,
..---------- -- KEY WEBT'lN Y ( TODAYS WEAThER ] ing temperature in extreme north .and Pensacola'. Fla.. 29.84 inches
" Dully Except Sunday B, Senator Huey P. Long never seems to and possibly! in interior of central ,and precipitation-- been general
Till: C1TIXEX PUBLISHING CO. IMC.IM : DAYSGONE BY i portion; Wednesday fair, 'colder. duringthe last. 24 hours through
1". ARTMAN, Pn.l4..*. be happy unless he is ,mixed up in some Jacksonville to Florida Straits: :out most of the country from the

.1'011The Citizen Building kind of a fight. He thrives on it, as long' Happeaiags H- Jue 10 Ya>* Temperature 1(Jacksonville __ 62' 78 Fresh south shifting to southwest Mississippi Valley eastward, ex?

Corner Greae and Ann Street as it does not mean risking his physical Ago Today A. Taken From Highest . .. .. ,.ROLowest Kansas City... 10 20 I winds over south portion and freshto [I cept- in portions of the south Atlantic .
The Files Of The Citise.J. _... ' . .. 72 I KEY WEST h.. 72 80 strong southwest winds shiftIng states and the Mississippi '
Only Dally Newspaper In Key Weal and Monroe safety. He has just finished with, his Mean .::...: .. .:::. ::: : 7G I Little Rode ...... 201 36 to northwest over north portion valley, with snow upper in the

County.Uttered Louisiana opposition, pretty well finishingthe Normal'. Mean _......... ..............71Rainfatf Los Angeles .. ... U 64 1 ; weather somewhat overcast I northwestern part of this area
aecond cla MaHerIFTYSIXTH W. Wilde, prominent: banker, Louisville .........
,( at Ky W"at. Florida a a 20 56 possibly with fihouers. tonight, and heavy rain in northern Geor-
YEAR opposition, incidentally, seeks of Boston, haa purchased. several I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.I.I Miami ................ 72 78 fair on Wednesday. i I gia. The western high pressure
more worlds to We might have lots on the road through, .....
conquer. county Normal Precipitation .... .04 Ins.'Minneapolis' -2 12 East Gulf: Fresh to strong area has spread southward over
Member ., theAaoelate. PrcM said he "longs" for them. He has now the rear estate office or Johnsonand" : -Tain rerorrf c.....24-hour: | Tldn4l II' New Orleans .... 46 7dNdw northwest and north. winds over 'I Texas and eastward over the
2h. AwociatedPren U credited 58 middle and valleys
all dispatches to and fresh
-.r republication oC news taken on Postmaster General Farley and west and north portions i upper Missieeippi -
and al.. .the belief that real! estate boom Tonserrow's Almanac PeCola .__ ..
It or not otherwise credited In this paper a; 50. 70 south and northern Lake .
n. northwest region
the local nw" published hero. promises to put that gentleman out of exceeding anything of 'the kind.. Sun rises _.......... .... 6:52: a. m.I 1 I Pittsburgh ........ 22 '2 shifting to over causing colder weather from
business. This is the sort of a match that ever experienced in Florida is. Sun sets _.......m ........ 6:28: p. m.I I St. Ltuis .___... 18 38 east portion. I I the Lake region southward to
EDITORIAL abqut' due ins Key West. "Wher{ Moon rues .. .......... 2:05 a. m'l I Salt Lake City-. 2J.: 32 1 CONDITIONS :west and middle Gulf coasts with this
1tfNATIONAL promises a good scrap. Both gentlemenare evelriene( goes these days Key ; .Moon sets ..................12:43 p. Sail Francisco .. 46 58 WEATHER temperatures: to 32 degrees
LA.. /93S politicians rather than statesmen and West 1 Is the topic. So I made up I Tomorrow's Tides Seattle ............33 48 I A. trough of low pressure: extends lower on the Texas coast and lEt

S'JSCRIPTIOX RATES I neither observes any particular! rules. It my mind to come here and buy A.M. P.M. Tampa .............. 66 80 I this from the degrees, below .in ,northern
;ms Year _... ._. .. .. _.__$10.UFix some land." High ................. 4:01: Washington 52 68 morning zero
...... will be a grand mixup, with no quarter on '''''' I north Atlantic' states southwestwurd Michigan. Ytr
.. __ s.oa)
Months - Low .........__._._
Three Months _._.._ -.---.- I.U I Williston .... ..... 6 It *to the eastern Gulf of M''xi-
Doe Month .n either side, and no particular solicitude on Barometer at 8 a. m. today: -I
Work on the clubhouse of the I'- I'
weekly .It the of the The American Sea 'level,' 29.98. CASA MARINA
part public. pub- Key West Country Club ended I'I' WEATHER FORECAST I
ADVERTISING RATES lic is in the position of the old settler who abruptly when all efforts to I I KEY WESTCOLONIAL !! Key Weef H.tel' D. L...
Made known on appUc.-aUon. Lowest Highest !
found his mother-in-law and cure milt work were (!lie-I I. II I HOTELIn American Plan
SPECIAL NOTICE a grizzly .StltionLast Night Yesterday (Till 8 p. m., Wednesday) i
All reading notice, card of thank, resolution otrppet. ful. Practically all of the ............ West 200 Delightful Rooms, each
Abilene Key and
rbUuary notices etc., will be charged for at bear in a fight, when he returned home. I 20 32 Vicinity: Mostly Center of the Businessand
tie rate or :o rents a line. of the beautiful structure is completed r Atlanta ............ 46 72 cloudy, possibly rain tonight; wedc the with Private Bath
Hollcfu for entertainment by churches from which He sat on the fence and watched the battle i but the interior work will Theater District
I revenue I I. to be derived are 6 cent a line. I Boston .... ........44 52 I Evening Dinner ___ $2.00
-not caring which won. not be finished until the needed .. .. .. i/ Luncheon .
The Cltlien i I. an open forum and Invite discus Buffalo' - .10 44 ? 1.50
riun of public Issues and subjects of local or general mill work is secured. I I Charleston ........ 58 64 First Class-Fireproof-; Afternoon Tea _._v..-. .50
but It will not
e'( rest publish anonymous communl
utl'/nx I Chicago ... ........ 10 36 Sensible Rates or a la Carte
Counterfeit twenty-five cent Denver .............. 10 20 'Jt. I I Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with
Business. is picking up for the advertisers pieces are in circulation in Key I Detroit .............. 10 46Gajlvestqn ; ; COFFEE' SHOP NOW OPEN : Casino

in The Citizen. Most\ of us who Consider ourselves West. The fake coins are similarto I ........ 34 64IIavana I Garage Elevator i Masseur in Attendance
the new quart recently. issued .. ....... 68 -
broadminded are anything but that. f Popular Prices-; i PETER SCHUTT Mgr.1s .
by the mints and while look-I Huron ......m.......4 18 1/i t .
II .... L I
Another disadvantage of being illiterate Otherwise: how can we account .for the ing teal when' glanced at casually '.j (I I k "' -or ,. .
fact that we are seldom interested ''in can be readily determined false Service Utility Five by a score of -jI".*I (/t! vvr ----- ---
is that jurymen's'fees'are stall.If I l 40 to 22. ..I l.IlAJN .
l when weighed. One of spurious
reading "the other side"1 of any" question.. Putty ,
coins was offered' in payment for 1 i

practice makes perfect;most" married We read almost exclusively such a purchase in a store this. morn- Mr. and Mrs.\ Eugene G. Ache ne!'day. partly l cloudy- colder;

should beat produce1convincing \\ J books, periodicals and newspapers, as we ing but, the deception was easily I announce the birth of a son this ,fresh south shtfting'to northwest
men Je.to discernible.Mrs. morning- the home on Simonton ,\
I Airwlai" "ba..hOFlori
H/ :
. : { ;o"ql<
fiction. i .., -. ; t";, know in advance! will generally 'coincide street. The youngster will be given a:,.Partly.cloudy. possibly
with our own views. Few Republicans sub the name John Gregory Ashe. ; st l
Lucy H. Murray-and Richard preceded by rain in east and south

scribe for a red-hot Democratic news- IL: Ilealey were married in ...
A lot of fellows who spout so pro- Bill Lord. of the local custom T
Key West yesterday in thft.courtof
paper, or vice versa. People take church unit and one of the porters at the
fusely about capital and labor never had Judge Hugh,Gunn.. Mrs. Ilealey
papers only of their own denomination. F. E.., C railway rescued the man Over-Sea Hotel
any capital and never did any labor. is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
who jumped board from the
Capitalists take few labor papers, and J. Kemp, of 310( William street, \
dock 4
yesterday morning. The story
laboring men would hardly look at one and the newly weds will make was ,in yesterday's issue of The 917 FLEMING'STREET \ JfiJjj)
George Bernard Shaw says Einsteinis their residence at the above ad' ROOM, running water __ $1.00
that reflects the capitalistic viewpoint.In Citizen. .itS.1mA
dress. ROOM, with bath 1.50
one of the eight greatest men in his- .
other words, we all have more or WEEkLY RATES i
tory. Now who are the six other fellows?
less confirmed opinions on nearly every G. D. Barcas,.sales manager for Newly Renovated
the resales division of the Island
important subject and do not admit that DOWNGOES New Equipment;
- One can tell if a man owns his homeor Holding Company who is an au- New Management
there may be some virtue in the opposite thority on Key land values is in
rents it by watching if he scratches Fine TackleMade
view. Key West. lie will stay here un NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Fishing

_ matches on the walls, or refrains from do- til Saturday and with Mrs. M. P.
ing so. As a recent writer has said, "The DeBoe will list any Key properties THE PRICE OF

only facts we can tolerate are those we already for owners who wish for ByPflueger -

know." We read, not really to ready sales at good pri ei. SHAVING. COMFORT MUNSON ISLANDFISHING
The good ship Recovery is floundering CAMP
learn anything new, but for the purpose of Vom Hofe and South Bend
in turbulent seas,j sting first to the John M. Thompson expert on'' NOW! Operated by R. M. Ellison ,
confirming ourselves in our present beliefs bonds and other matters : Beat Fishing on Coast
then to the left instead of agreerwith FOR EVERY SPECIES OF FISH
right, plowing and prejudices. Attorney Wm. H. Malone that. PROBAK Guides and Boats AvailableSea I GAME

straight through the lane. the building of the boulevard Food-Fishing
See Our Complete LineThompson's
should be incorporated in the proposed -: JUNIOR BoatingBathingWrite
HISTORYSt. election along with the: Jb for Reservation Po ..,
Postmaster General Farley is in a hotspot bonds for the road to the main-j blades Office Ramrod Key

being both harassed and "whereas'd," land rather than in a, Accessible by Rail or Auto to Hardware Ston
( Petersburg!'\ Times) Ramrod Key ,
sue. There was some question as
he it If the
as by Huey Long. I
expresses The old question of whether the rules of to the legality of certain phasesof I Camp Beats Meet Guests ,

old boxing commissioner should put up his good neighborliness were violated by Tampa or the proposal. Mr. Malone submitted Als Rates: $5.00 Per Day-' CAROLINE STREEET

dukes and show fight, it would not be a his opinion that it was Q.M"d in Packages American Plan
Tampans when the movement of cigar factories
10 for 25c
tame affair, but we can visualize Farley )proper to have all roads and 1 ,
from Key West' to Tampa was begun back in the -
!\ bridges included in the issue and I 25 for 59c -
disregarding Long's snarls the big New-
as '80's, has bobbed up again. We were not there his opinion was considered erroneous rh e 9 C1IIIIIIIIIIII".I'I.s.A' 'AYdAYjJr4f"-TIIIJ"t
foundland ignores the barking fice at his Mr. - -
critics. -
by some
but knew Tampa old-timers pretty well -
we many :1 \
heels. Thompson's agreeing with Mr.\ : Q. comfort hit .o all T
and feel have often heard little boastingover e SHAVING I
sure we a Malone sets all doubts at rest. ,, in price with the .
there as to just who "got" the cigar ;ac. anoouncementofProbakjunior ,

Gus Gennerich, the president's per- tories. cording to" the Robinson History of At a meeting of city council I -edge the razor remarkable bleatThink new double of ill! '

sonel bodyguard could clear away all Hillsborough county, which is good enough for us, last night Messrs. Lewis. Hunt and r You get 2) keen,smooth'sbaviog WHY '
doubts and suspicions about the size of awyer. representing tile\ A. .L: I e"p blades, uniform in quality, 1 "
it all came about this way: Hardy Company of engineers submitted for only 59You'll wonder
the fish the chief executive off Nassau
caught In November, 1884 Gavino Gutierrez a New a proposition to furnish how such fine blades can be
when he was down there the last Key West with fresh water and sold for so little money.
York broker and an importer of Spanish and'American
also a sewage system. There was Probak Junior is the product
time, and about whether the correct size
goods had come to Tampa prospecting no action taken on the matter. of unequalled manufacturing 1
was suppressed because the fish was much Send to mail order
for a site for a guava products manufacturing methods and matchless skill. : your money I
smaller than that caught by Presid Editorial Comment thii This blade is automatically
ejitHooveroff : Mark !
< plant, Wtiile preparinjj'jiioy ret n to, New York, .
boned and
) .
tempered ground
far: prediction again we have often houses when
: Key\: tvt"ucJlla I : wonderful we sell for less?
Jit. Gutierrefc decided to take a trip to Key West made it before. Key West will Ar stropped-gives you ,
.. .
'.1ti'.f: t to visit friends. There he met Ignacio Haya andY be the most favored and delightful R sharinpatisfacuun.TryProbektJunior and see for yourself.Get ', ,.:,,,. ....11 f '. .
Here is somet ll f ftb> about if spot in Florida some day. /, t' I\.. ; tI
rtineZjYbor, who wgre ,f'hFtp", pufactqnrs.J<; them today from,your.dealer.j. ,

f911 ara the worrying re'hla; I\VJln, thty q gentlemen,toM.I\r} Gutjenez; olrnteil tr i la a slow, listless and. Probak Junior t fiti. all G letl tl*>'": ., :

tlou, irjght exasperate .," '.e are j ; I tenli4pto inexe their';'aolones, to jGalveston ;ipe. ing,game of basketball UAeKcit-1 l :is.4!{Pnlak- r".wrr jj'.; A Complete, of glass I

259,000 public sermon Uncle cause of labor troubles, ,the l kittet. tasked them'! ta, 'night at the Athletic -

Sam and the money corned from the tax- come to Tampa to investigate the po ibilitit's'"Ullocating Married Men. defeated the Public i e! a 4 v : '

payers' pockets amounting to $4,500,000- here.Although. deck 0 aPR bakeware to select from I ;

000. This means that every man, woman the two manufacturers found condu COLDSFEVER .

and child in the United States has 38 servants -I tions very favorable :or the manufacture of cigars 666 6 6 6 BAK'' S (Approved Good Housekeeping Magazine)
at his beck and call. Whistle and they could not reach an agreement with the Board JUNIOR ig g

how fast '
see they'll come arunning. of Trade. .
u..i4 T.Md I
fint -F .
Although Messrs. Haya and Ybor did not accept Sake Nan Dr.,. MAOC # .
In England there has just been con- any of the offers made them they were undoubtedly I i. 30 iswtes PATENTS PENDING Aluminum, Pots> Pan I.I I.

cluded a poll for the most unpopular per- influenced by them, to reconsider their -

son in Europe. George Bernard Shaw decision and investigate" further the advantages of CONDENSED; STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I' Skillets Etc ;

wins the first prize Hitler[ is next in line I ,
; ; manufacturing cigars in Tampa. They finally purchased THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

Amy Mollison\ third ; Ramsay MacDonald\ property just outside of the city limits. KEY WEST

fourth and Greta Garbo, fifth. There is Mr. Haya whose home was in New York city, as at the close of basisuss December 31, 1934 l'

little antipathy in the United States against and Mr. Ybor, at that time a resident of Jey"e5t, l CAMptralUrV CalL : [ Castirw and Steel Pans and Skfe
Amy Mollison 'and Ramsay MacDonald, !both moved here with their families. Oct. 8, 1885, RESOURCESLoans ., I

but George Bernard Shaw, Hitler and the first tree was felled in the forest which coveredthe Overdrafts and Investments___. ._. _. $ 305,039.43 71.61 :
Greta Garbo would be preeminent iu an site on which Ybor City now stands. Banking House.Furniture ;

unpopularity contest in this country. Bonds and of States Fixtures: _.__ .. . 33082.33 Bulbs Fuses! :

AFTER TAX DODGERS sessions States ,,ot the and United Pox--_ 0;:, : '' \ 139370.68 Light T] w:.::J.1: 1

Arthur Brisbane commenting on the .?. .... Other,Bonds and Securities titfL. ;. .'> 74,204,03- Cords Etc. .. .
President's; demand for a renewal of the (Miami Daily News) Stock of the Federal Re { >. <-- Plugs 1
serve Bank ..1s- 6,000.00 ,
NRA for another two years, "Until you Comptroller Lee's lengthy list of questionson Temporary Federal Deposit .. .. & .
have Americans running business in their applications for homestead exemption is finding Insurance fund .. 1,954.01 :
United States Government : .
own way and hiring workers in the old an increasing number of defenders as the purpose Obligations direct J ,

way, with reasonable regulations as to becomes clearer. "Let it alone," the Gulf County I and fully guar .

minimum pay and maximum hours, youwon't Breeze pleads. "He is trying to dig out the in- Cash anteedJ832.744.73 and due from Banks- 495.168.97 1,327,913.70, I Sent Ffonda (ktracfHg, &. Enpeering. &tfi I: .
-- ,
have any old-fashioned American tangible holdouts, it explains and thus come

prosperity." Some don't want any old- nearer to real tax equalization. In similar vein LIABILITIES. $1,888,235.79. e Pboee 598 what aaJ Elk* Street.\

fashioned American prosperity, ; they wanta the Saturday News of Tampa remarks: "It is Capital ?$ 100.000.00>

new-fashioned prosperity where every- passing strange that piteous howls arise every Circulation.Surplua ad. Undivided_ Profits .,:... ....... 100,000.00 55.007.42, "Your heme i is worthy of the.I.I.lIIIII"'II'III''III''I'II. best"'

one gets $200 a month; none more, none time a courageous public official attempts to go Deposits . 1,633,228.37
I . .... .,._.
-- -
less.-Sanford Herald. after the tax-dodger.? ., .
'''': ''_ _io .,... . -"': et.r.'+4rt.'sir .. : tP f.ii : 't.888,23S.Jjr. .,

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1\\ CLASSfflED Today's

I SCHOOL TONIGHT Anniversaries

SPORTS ........................
SYNOPSIS. Vat RulHt and ''"No,"' she agreed. But she I h I ........................
the Marta. Kid Aare b.ea.Aowaa frowned II' There will be a basketball game 1770-Trlstam Burges Rhcde

Ko-'ta traw into But the Icfort fort tits of DurayaIfy could teal 10Th en tell me-was It the truth played tonight, beginning at 7:30 PERSONALS. Island lawyer, chief justice, pro-
/rout the tmrrall General rretcit K'trada of tie Our governor Lady. you spoke,to me tonightNo. r I'o'clock, at the High School gymnasium I fessor, orator and congressman

and return U 19 lAt church ":\ ."she said. between two girl teams STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, born? at Rochester: Mass., Died

front attire uktch U i* lit lie first governor place they had A little electric prickling spread -from the Wesley House { AND INDIGESTION victims, Oct. 13. 1853.
are rf>rieit and (orc+f to hide on across the small of Montana'a back. -- One of the teams will play under why suffer? For quick relief

a Irttgo From outtUt that the vary govtrnor't perch bed.roaw they. "I knew it was a lie."' said the I I the name of the Blue Eagles, get a free sample of Udga 1802-Victor Hugo, famed

ttrar the governor qttcttla* Roslta, general; gently. "Bat truth Is alwaysa Pete Nebo Given Decision I LOPEZ:TO MEET I and the other, the Red Stars Tablets a doctor's prescription, French writer, born. Died May
vh b. *a.IJHxl.. too beautiful to welcome guest even whey it n!
Both outfits said to be in
It pood. ._ I are at Gardner's Pharmacy. 22, 1885.,
comes late. Who was It that you sent I the best of shape for the exhibition J7ll12131819202526.FOR< .
to the and told about the BUSYBETEAM I I I
II i ii
to be put on tonight.
Chapter 22 1826 Oswald Ottendorfer who
signal that would,bring out the ser- i ii ,
TREACHERYyHHOniurmured'the gca.ntr In Bout With Jimmy Wade I i made the 'New York Staats-Zei-
At this she closed her eyes and IN TILT TONIGHT I i tro, sf; Albury. :3b; A. Acevedo. FOR RENT !I tung a','T8t paper, philanthropist

t r general; bent back-her head,. as the Kid had.* I I ss; M. Acevedo, c; Roberts, dj; bern in Czechoslovakia. Died Dec.
rmarriage"Are you talking.to about seen her da before. But :t last she .. I I --- I Higgs, cf; Pena, Ib; Gonzalez, If; APARTMENT FOR RENT. mod- 15, 1900.!) ,
?" (I I C. Gates Subs CarLoneH.I ern conveniences 644 William
p. :
looked at the governor again and. fans who howled a protest when MUCH INTEREST CENTEREDIN
"I'm, talking to you about noth Interesting Ten Round I Lucilo, Bethel. street. Apply Valdes Bakery.
said. "It was a gringo. Cecil Curry, announcer r, gave out I 1832--John G. Nicolay, private
tag" said Roslta.,
"A gringo And hit has come safely : the verdict in favor of Nebo. CONTEST; MAY WIND UP febl6-tf secretary to President Lincoln,
"I could go-a general like Estrada Into this fart and gone out again?" Fight Staged At High, j i Standing of the league is as!
l marshal co-author of
Watkins Scores Rounds FIRST HALF OF PRESENT i consul a
-he could go to some big "He has stained his skin to makeIt I follows: BICYCLESWE
ranch-owner with a hundred thousand darker Ills hair: Is black. But his School Gym Here Last, George Watkins, former man- SERIES : Lopez haa defeated Adams six notable life of Lincoln born in
Germany. Died in Washington,
cattle-with rivers and mourn eyes are blue." ager and trainer of Willie Jack- times and lost none to them. I RENT by the Hour, Day or
talus all of his own-a man like "Go on!" urged the general. "I Night son; one of the judges scored the Lopez has defeated Busy Bee!I Week. Repair all makes and D. C., Sept 26, 1901.

Estrada could find a man with a fortune i shall have him If r have to ride a 'first, third, fourth and seventh in twice and lost twice to them. paint them with Nu-Enamel. We
and a daughter. Eh. Rosita I thousand miles to get him." favor of Pete, basing his pointson (By JOVE) Busy Bee has defeated Lopez carry a full supply of parts. 1842 Camille Flammar ?n.

"Well there are plenty of them. She shook her uead."VfHY most solid punches landed. Lopez and Busy Bee will cross twice and lost to them twice. I Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand French astronomer, born. Died
"But let me tela'you! I am going to (By OSCAR PITA) !I Wade was given the seventh bats tonight at the Bayview Park. Busy Bee has defeated Adams sell them as low as $1.00 June. 19.351846William.
be rich in my own right. And then do you cay nor* be de- Pete Nebo Key West idol, wo.a .\ I 1 stanza with the second, fifth, This game may be the last for the five times a.n lost once to them. per week. J. L. Stowers Music

Roslta-well. 1 have eyes and I've manded. Listen to me! It it judge's decision against Jimmy ,I eighth nine and tenth even. Ar-first;I half. : :' Company. janISImoMISCELLANEOUS F. Cody ("Buf

used them. Do )understand?.You !I. some outlawed man, I have- ,: mando Bermudes, the other official A victory for Lopez will, cinch Standing: falo Bill"), scout guide and showman .
are enough for ma in yourself." friends amongthe bandits also. 1 Wada, pride of Orlando in the'1 I gave the Key West fighter the first half of the series while Club- W. L. Pet.I born in Scott Co.. Iowa. Diedin
She jerked around towards him. shall nse;enough money to warm the I I both clubs will I
"Ah. is it that?" she asked. feature ten round bout. of the seven rounds and three even. if Busy Bee wins Lopez ....._...._.........m 8 2 .820 I Denver, Jan. 10, 1917.
cold hearts. Before I shall lear .
the '
;' J I I. I'f The writer's score sheet, acting be tied. In this event Busy Bee ......._...... .. 73: .733 ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIR. .
"Well look me'and :
at his ,
--say. some-- trait"Itis Legion es)( kly tigtt) ,show at':as referee, showed Nebo had won game will be played Friday,P ght.', ... .;.. .090 t\ auth'orizod radiotrician.:i, 1857-Thomas W. Lawson, Bos-
thing. What do you see?" El Keed!" she said almo ) p "J- } .. t. I Adams ..:. .....?. : :: 1 II ; ED by1 j
l : (I'
.. three rounds, the second fourth I The line-up-for: tonight's: game. I t tstreet. financier'or fi-
ton "frenzied
+!r. the"' th 'Jfr the Licit_ 'eol ,gymnasium arena ,' I These' 'iftclude"'games unplayedor .Work guaranteed (1107 Varela:! |
; 1
d"mH..l.: ,,",-' _f- '(:S.. ( r-" ,1".J- and seventh. Wade was credited will be: .. ( forfeited by,the,Adams ten. ., I.. . Phone 866-J.(: i,j:r.ance" fame, born in Bostbn. Died
It seemed' Montana that the last night.. i H' }j j i|I with the sixth and eighth with the I Lopez-Machln\ ; rf; Baker, ss";; feb2t-tmo: %';! there Feb.. 8, 1925.

general would surely fly into q. l Wade. ,/1.the nineteen" ":yearold t first, third fifth ninth and tenth Cates 3b; Kerp,, lfilngrahamlc; ; -' The: batting averages in the I 1'.1 .J' ,
.. , -
slop, pet he only laughed.--:7-- "I: C \.1" IOrl..ndo ;,' even. It wa.\ a mighty close fight I I I, Sterling, Ib; \Ubieta;. 2b; Me- ag e'Mfar"a.e' as'follows! : .' FOR SALE i l )'}857-Emile Coue, French advocate -
\\t prospect, lived up to all' anl l either decision drawor I cf Sweeting sf t1. : "-J 'J I (
,"A'hen/m on horsebhck .LjooklittterPbeetild. : 1 a I Carthy ; ;( i Playerffr/i: 1\: ....A11 R,!II. ,,Ave, of auto-suggestion'creator
: "But I'nfnot? .beauti- expectation by* sticking it out to I victory to either fighter would I I Lunn. p. Subs: Sawyer C.. Lu'nn"{, Sterling' ........,... '14 2 C .428 'BLANK' SALES BOOKS. NOW of the phrase "Every,day.in-every

the full limit against the veteran !i'I, have been criticized.In I I Arias.. Inpraham.::..., 21' 3 9 .428 lOc each 'or 3 for 25c at The way I am getting better and bet.

; some instances when Wade! Busy Bee-H. Gates, 2b; Cas- Howard :......_..._ 17 4 7 .410 Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen ter," born. Died July 2.. 192C.
Nebo. Pete hurt the up-stote :i i: was out in front by a shade the Ubieta ...:.....__. 15 5 6 .400 Building. oct16

battler several times with solid round} would according to rules had the chunky Rojas on the run Cates .................. 13 2 5: .384 I Fire on farms last year causeda !

1 and regulations, have peered as he nailed about the, body and Kerr .................. 21 G 8 .381 PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed loss of more than $100,000,000.
punches to the chin and body bat against him for his elbow tactics. head with blows that hurt. The Carbonell ...._.. 22 5 8 ..3G3L cards $1.25. The I!

this boys inspirations too''' The referee was forced to warn: third! and fourth stanzas found Lopez .._...._.. 18 5 6 .333 Press., ArtmanJ ug7 BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING
/ are :: the up-state fighter several times Rojas down on the floor several Bethel m......._.__ 9 2 3 .333 I| WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.

t.. w great to give uo, and he took all : for the illegal tactics. I' times for counts. It was evident Hale _........._ 12 1 4 .333 PAPER. 600 1 t: PHONE 152M. dec20

the Key Wester had, to offer and!I i I A return match will be ,greatly I that the wild bull was no match C. Lunn .......-._ 18 5 G .333 MIMEOGRAPH\ sheets $1.25. The Artman
JM-e'gonied; '; in Key. West since fight for the huskie Ramirez who was Higgs ..........._._. ZO 4 r. .300 J I PALACE TONIGHT
came back for more. Twice in I jifan ;here now are convinced that I I in top form. The bout was! stopped Ward ..............__ 23 5 7 .300 I Press, Citizen Building. I Iinn27tf ,

j the fourth round Pete- bounced his fcJimmy:' Wade i i1! no palooka and in the fifth inning with Rojas Pena _.....n..n II 2 3 .272 |I 1

,I'nobody's fool. That kid can hit I I kneeling on the mat. The de. Gonzalez ......_.._ 22 5 r. .272 TYPEWRITING PAPER 500(! NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
p right fist off of Jimmy's face,I rand l he can take some punishment. cision was given to Ramirez on a H. Gates .......... 22 3 G .272 sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. t

but the game cock refused, to i I I, The semi wind-up between Joe I technical knockout. It was Rojas Machin ....__... 2G 6 7 .269 aug?
tf I Raniirez, the Miami bone crusher, first defeat this year. A. Acevedo _.... 15 6I .266 r
back away and Instead pasted i i 2tntt f Baby Face Rojas! wild bull In the six round main pre- McCarthy _' 19 ::1 5 .2G3 SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.

Nebo with lefts to the head. j:'.of'the jungles! turned out to be I II liminary. Kid Pelican was givena Baker .............._ 2-1 6 r. .250 The Artman Press. aug7 V

just what the fans expected a decision over Joe Zarate on afoul Roberts .__...___ 24 6 6 .250
Wade's best round was the I'great battle and a quick knock- in the fourth round. Zaratewas it\!. Lopez ....._._ 20 3 5 .250 PRINTING-Quality Printing at.
-.4' tt r 1 .... sixth when he hit Pete with solid put. I well out in front when he Garcia _..._._ 24 2 G .250 the Lowest Prices. The Art

rights to the face and jabbed the Comes Out Wild landed the illegal blow in a close I Molina __......_ 12 3 ::1 .250 man Press. aug7
-- Indian almost at wilL /ipjas came out in the opening I exchange. j Arias __.__ 12 4 3 .250

1.. AI .*. The contest was one of, the bell wiltLjind furious,,t o lAlthe,I i: Kid Hero and Young Santanaj Sweetinst _.._ '20, 1. 4 .200 BENJAMIN .LOPEZ ACTUAL d tw"wroJ

"EI Keed?" the general repeated* best exhibitions seen in a local first blow to the head as he waltzed a four round curtain I J Castro .........._ 15 5 3 .200 HOME
stupidly. ring for many a moon. The boys caught Ramirez in his own conner I opener. Santana was the winner'' Lucilo ..._ 18 5 4 .222 Established 49 Your +
y k 01s
1.t were at it from bell to bell never I just as the bell opened the but it would have been much bet- M. Acevedo _.... 18 4 4' .222 Key W..,'. OUtt. It ItFUNERAL.

-Nf"tlttt, ..." The anger; of Rubrtz atthls treachery .. letting up. canto. Ramirez opened up on I ter if Johnnie Borden, refereeing/ Sawyer ,.._.__ 9 0 2 .222 24-Ho Amb.laac. S.rric*
made him actually murmur our The decision rendered by the I. middleweight king of Los.I the fight had. thrown the contestants Uc..e4 Em1 aIa... eR
fuL However there are beautiful loud.The Kid gripped his arm to call: judges was disapproved by the ; Pino, in the second round and]J I out of the ring Subscribe to The Citizen. PHon. 135 Nlcfct ....W
things about me." him back to himself. His own teeth .
... -
"There are the soldiers who are were set: .Ic told himself' that he, -- - -- -

afraid not to follow you** said the was seeing not Rosita only but the
girl. hearts of all pretty women.

"They have followed me into The general had taken the news,
places, too. They have died like flies like a bullet through the body. "El.
around me. Maybe tvey! will die that I Keed?" he repeated, stupid: "But
way cgtin. That is what e are. to he is far away in the north. MexicoIs
me. Flies now that 1 am General closed against him .ike the teethof
Estrada. Hu because they &r- afraid a wolf frozen dead. lie will never I it
tomb away when I lead them one dare to enter this- country again. : THE TIRES
day I shall be rich. Some other man has pretended to be-
"Yea." nodded the girL El Keed!" J. ,
"The finest province In MelcoI I ,
"It is El Keedshe Insisted in
1 shall ask for it. end it shall be
that ,
flat voice. "In his own country
mine. Shall help oursel,? to the,
HP s
there is nothing for him to do but :St
plunder"then?" sleep and grow fat. That:is why he t 1 1 1 1 EVER BUILT
has come Into Mexico again." 1 1 ,
"Yes.! You and I. Rosita. I speak Mr, sen
"But in Duraya-here In my fort-
from my h..art. See what I am. Not :
what could he! want Jiere? *
beautiful. Not very rou&V>nvt "The emerahf ro'f1irlldyt.' I ./a i ,.r yi u t
There is brain here
strong a up on
said the girL
top off te mustache." : JQ -, ..1111;
"Blood of myheart! Blood of
N .
That! Is true." she answcied Heaven!! mood of my 1' < long asotmost any tire menace to'' tire safety-by building- r

& JJK.Utf iclevcr: eno&tv-to see gasped tli eneraJ.."}Vby s rearu- 1 would give good se service: .;b t"'lot'tires' \ Which would run 'cooler 'at, 4.4021
hit he'emsamtleL1"Wo
X(ClM fr Jl I Iii worth.r L than Jm&IN .alel1 [ I today. As cars' -have: been ,getting 'high 8'p'eeds.'Tltis"was,1 doije'by*" fI

a rich girl Tt'llU... then-are we to "' I faster 'andbrakes/ ''h "
-we tell no lies to one another? more powerful,, Gum-Dipping. rt
be married T"" o> j laid she. t" t
"Well perhaps we are" she said. S But Estrada huff to tate 1
: a'turn or Gum-Dipping IS patented
All of this has combined to increase
"And then' will
you stop letting I.
and down the
so up room he Firestone which carriesblowout .
your eyes run this way and that?" could face Rosita once more. ,,the strain on tires. process ,
"1'1 try to stop.she said. "It's "Come __ protection into the very
away with me,:" be told'her.
hard to learn all at once." "I shall send you safely home. Toomany accidents are caused heart of the cord and adds eight

She was: hard as steel bright as There are many things for me to do.. : by tires that cannot stand the pounds of rubber to every hundred THE TIRE TEN MILLION
steel l. cold as ateei. There was no
smiling about her. now. been If the Inside gringodevil the ton and-robber if he has has t terrific stresses of fast driving and'pounds of cord fabric PEOPLE HELPED TO BUILD

"Then we begin as frieD( 5, and smelled the way-Rosita, you have blow out, or that cannot grip the
hope to end as lovers?" he asked. Every car owner today needs
told road and skid.
me more than the value of life.
"\Ve may end that way." said.theglrL Come quickly!" all the Blowout Protection and }lret..iee.hepfh.p.telr,.

They went off to etber.,and: the t' ; Firestone has added 44% more Non-Skid Safety he can get.Because srra rate izs ratC'e

with"Time ugly teaches things us said how the to 0cncraL put up muttering voice of the general rolled rubber in the' tread of the tire. Firestone tires give you more of 4.5oJS s.oo-i .4S

"When you hear the crowd yellln indistinctly Keed over his shoulder "El. Just think what this means to car both-we believe they are the safest 4 ss &OI s zsO.OS
-In Dnraya! Blood of my MASTERPIECE OF
for me and when you see the horse heart. what man would believe It?" THE owners 1D. Non-Skid Safety. tires ever built. [ i.45 ssal i.BS
dancing under me then you will like
me much better. Out if we are (Copyright 19S\, Harper U CrolKcrt) Firestone has also overcome the

lying friends between you kno url-t'that' : there Is no! Tomorrow an-, explosion *hak *, TIRE I E CONSTRUCTION( I cause of blowouts-thus ending this .
the tort of Duraya.

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almost A six-ton machine for solving Tirtton'tiPAUL'S
over unbelievable today.1848Francer .
problems higher mathematics
been at University -
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:-:0: SOCIETY<=><=:I : -: Friends HereMrs. ----.P.ERSONAL...-.-.......a-....-..MENTION........a..o-.. I CO. OPENS SHOW Notice To Subscribers Today's 1..a..me..i.Birthdays...

Dave Sholtz, wife of I
Mrs. Robert Spottswood returned Mr. and Mrs. Houston Brady Pleat. be prompt In paying Dr. Bessie C. Randolph president i-

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Florida's governor, was hostessto yesterday from a short and baby left yesterday for Miami the carrier woo delivers your of Hollins College. Va., bornin
a party of friends at the opening visit in Miami. after a short visit with rela- INITIAL PERFORMANCE PUT paper. He pays Hie Citizen Botetcourt Co., Va., :50:; years
'PHONE 752-J performance of the Ileffner- tives in Key Wes>t. IS cent a week tor the paper ago

................................................. Vinson Players in the tent at Du- Mrs Everett Russell who was ON LAST NIGHT LARGELY and tell it to you for 20
spending a short time in Miami, )E. S. Hirsch, of the South cent. Hi. profit for deliver-. Rev. Charles M. Sh'ldolof
val and Division street last ATTENDED
Key West Society Completes returned yesterday. ern Optical Company of Miami, in* i. S cent weekly'I on each Topeka, Kans., Congregationalleader
night. left yesterday afternoon after a ubcriber. If he i i. not paid author of "In His Steps"
Round Of Enjoyable EventsKey The bill presented was "The Chief Deputy Sheriff Clements two days visit as guest of Dr. and liE loses :Not The Citistn. aid to have sold to the amountof
Awakening" and was enjoyed by I Jaycocks and Deputy Sheriff En- Mrs. J. A. Valdes.P. Jimmie Heffner and his llcff I 23,000,000.: born at Well;\ile! ,

Irs. Sholtz and guests, Mrs. D. rique Mayg, who were at Mate- l mer-Vinson players opened last 8.ff1111111.4JI N. Y., 78 years ago
West has just in loveliness charm and '
society completed surpassed ,
Sim-: ) night at the Big Tent Theater, ,
A. Printz of Franklin, Pa., Mrs cumbe reorganizing the force of/ J. and George I
a more than ordinarily good taste, and this, coupled with corner Division and Duval stre'ts,1!
hectic round of activities and' Wm. R. Warren Mrs. S. P. Vecker deputies appointed to keep order, Simons, representing groups of with a large- crowd, turning hun : NEW BUSINESS i I Ii Dr. John Harvey Kellogg of
brief the masses of flowers exhibited Miss Ileen Williams and :Miss there, returned yesterday. holders of Key West municipal Battle Creek Mich., burgeon,
now itself for a atl dreds hour after the
prepares I one
I the show, proved unusually Minnie Porter Harris. bonds, who were in Key West fora away !! medical editor and inventor of
doors OPENED
opened. IIEREArt's )'
lulLFirst of all, beginning with the lightful. I C. B. Treadway chairman of brief visit, left yesterday after- Opening with the play "Awak-I i medical apparatus, born at Tyrone,

celebration for ."La1 Semana Ale- Thursday society turned out Mrs. Daniel Bacon the state road department and i noon for Miami. ening," the same comedy drama I : Mich., 83 years ago.

gre," socialites attended the open.I arid attended the grand openingof Returns To state planning board arrived yes- ?I will be played again tonight and
ing of the beautiful tropical. the very swanky new Habana- terday for a short business visit. i Mrs. Al Barker and sister Missi! Wednesday. Many favorable comments -I I Bar-B-Cue, corner Division Archbishop John G. Murray of

aquarium, immediately followedby Madrid Club; Friday there were I Cuca Domeneche and guest MissEvelyn I'! were heard by those and Simonton streets has recently St. Paul Minn., Catholic prelate,
the grand luncheon at Casa the Washington's Birthday Ball at Daniel Bacon who was in Harry Russell left yesterday I Correll who were visiting I I ing on the play and the I been opened by Art and born at Waterbury, Conn., 58
New* York for several weeks, returned afternoon for Miami to spend a attend-I
Marina. These events took place Casa Marina and any number of briefly with Mr. and Mrs. Manuel I show. Music is furnished Stacie Overby. years ago.
on Sunday, February 17th, and private celebrations honoring the this morning and is guestat few days with relatives and Domeneche left yesterday for the I company's seven-piece This new place is modern in i
the ensuing week was one con! event; Saturday the inaugurationof the home of her parents, Captain friends. I home in West Palm Beach. and good vaudeville is given between every respect and the operatorsare i John Sanford Cohen of Atlanta
and Mrs. :M.
tinuous round of festivity. the cocktail hour at Raul's, an Wellington the acts.Commencing!!. doing everything to make the I. Ga., newspaper publisher" former
Monday was given over more or innovation that has become quite White, on Fleming street. Miss Clara Perez, who was I :Mrs. Carl Witzig and daughter Thursday this com- place cozy and enjoyable for all U. S. Senator, born at Augusta
less to entertaining:, privately, the rage of the moment. i :Mrs. Bacon came here for the spending a few days in Key West Margie who were visiting Mrs.Witzig's pany will present "Don't Lie to I who visit it. Ga., 65 years ago.
of the house guests arriving from Added to the above the several ': winter but was called north several with relatives and friends, left mother Mrs. A. W. Arnold -I Your Wife" considered the funniest -i,I Both Mr and Mrs. Oterby have.

out of town for the gala week... delightful dances at the Country 'I weeks ago on business. Her yesterday for the home in Mi\ and other relatives left of all comedies played by,I j had wide experience in this business -:I Lewis W. Baldwin president of
Scarcely was there a household t I Club the sports tournaments the return of the today is in to spend West.the rest ami. terday for the home in Miami.yes-I'II these performers. This play will ., Before coming here they op- the Missouri Pacific R.I H., born at
but which had one or two visitors. II fireworks display, the boat races season Key I run through Saturday. Doors openat rated a widely known barbecuein Waterbury, Md., 60 years ago.
Tuesday night there was the ; and all the other features of the I Major Henry Sanford who was : 7 o'clock and the show starts the Smoky Mountain Park. I
Mrs. of
A. E. Dobargancs.
magnificent presentation, "Pi- "La Semana Alegre" week, and P.-T. A. To Hold vacationing in Key West and \\:13'a '. promptly at 8 o'clock. The kitchen in which foods are
Ocala arrived will Rommel
yesterday and George M. of Knoxville -
rates of Penzance," to be attended on tcp of all that the vast num- guest at the Casa Marina, I prepared is opeq for inspection
Meeting Tonight I be the guest for several weeks of Tcnn.. Tennessee Valley Authority -
and this\ proved a veryUrge 5br'irf'prlf \eie J aipner-parties, yesterday afternoon for Miami. the \ 'boasting of' the 'sanftary -|
f 1 '' Ii "' her brother-in-law and sifter:' rand DRUM'CORPS' rca rc l.1...agrieulturaljyrnSiaecr 1 -
)'ertAY.f4 S4Pt; ,*: Pd very o tra it). ZVl d6)y pcheons. Key West H'gh' .School Parent- Dr. Robert-O.-Van director I MJ-S. Arthur Pastorini.Mr. . FERA : arty cltan<-ift Jin'er'in.whieb.. born at "Mt., Pleasant,
r.'Over OH } )nf( there was Deusen itia kept, -;t-'i *
.?eiuoyanle affair Eliciting admiration l- wee I l Teacher Association will hold -' ; ': f fs: ,Iowa, 59.years ago."it" .
of the Fail-mount i
fromall the Sunday afternoon tennis tea Aquarium !over; varieties of sandwiches ,
; and approval I '
I beach parties their }'egular"mont meeting to- left yesterday afternoon for and Mrs. D. A. Burns of Ir': EICWICERS'The : are-offered including i delicious .), 1': ;i... _
outdoor at Casa Dlarinati ;
at great .
present! I night at the school auditoriuniv a his: home in Philadelphia. St. Eustace, Quebec Province,: 1 ,Presiaent: Augustin P. Justo ofArgentina
[ more private entertaining itp3'ca3y''tnittethatsot o. -, f"i' barber aes. ,, Beer?* ,;an4'a variety
operetta the Key Wcl tropi-njyennesday : I I} !! : iety will White. street. ?,#$%&; : .. Canada were recently visitors in i : --..i"' 'V- at,,: '' of cold drink arc'carried at born 59!) years ago.
u I e..thaRI.enjoih.l.l' brief This meeting was;:pjhave' been Ed Goehring, who arrived Sun- Key West. They left on the return -1= ': .Druni.and Bugle:Corps, ,organized all times.f'.f" is"k; '* !': ,a4, ----:;: t
c.al I 'jh w ,how was :formallyopened ; now.nt ( ) icld'Jast' a'feirhiontjisigo'' the =-' .. isr'I v
frr ? ., Tuesday :but"was' postponed day for a short visit with rela-. trip home Sunday. Mrs.. : by ; Emperor Pu Yi 'o! Manchukbo,
concert'tea''uh respite I i ,lrom ,activity.\ li'
with -
a due to the week of joy activity tives and friends left yesterday Burns declared that she noted FERA yesterday had their first ........................ born, 29 years ago.
afternoon for Miami. great improvements since her last election of officers.
i visit to Key West ten years ago. The officers elected are as follows Today's Horoscope I neath this a restless nature that
Music Pupils Of Convent To It was accidentally discovered Jimmie Wade who fought:: Pete I : will drift the mind into different
I recently that small amounts of I Nebo last night, and his manager Government chemists have, Samuel Higgs l ;;.-Captain. .................. ..... channels. Therefore cultivate concentration .
Give Concert Tomorrow Night! animal blood lnjected into the Jack Flescher left today with I found that an excellent new type i' James MooreSecretary.Theresa You have an intelligence of of thought and effort,

-- human body appear to cure ulcersof friends on a private plane for Mi- of wine can be made from citrus Sullivan Treasurer. high order with a devotion to patient and weigh all schemes carefully

The music school of the Con- 3. Polonaise Op. 53, Chopin. the stomach. ami. fruits.!! I Joe Huau-Reporter. research; but ther? is be- before going into them. 4

vent of Mary Immaculate here Mary Brantley. Violins: N. Yates, .- - ..

announces a special concert to be'. B. Brantley. e .
held tomorrow evening, beginningat 4. (a) Sospiro, Liszt R.
8 o'clock, in St. Cecelia's Hall. Appel. (b) Autumn Moskowsky.R. .

This concert i* being given by Appel.
the Misses Rose Appel and Mary :5. (a) Lento, Cyril Scott. M.
Brantley, both of whom are Brantley. (b) Pononaise Op 11,
graduating from the music schoolof Hahn. M. Brantley.
the Convent this year. Miss f. Violins Kol Nidrei, Max
Brantley graduated frcm high Bruch. Violins: G. Ybormea. S.

school last year, and Miss Appcl Aronovitz. Piano: C. Pearlman.
will complete her studies this, 7. Rhapsodic Hongroue 8

year |i Liszt. MUry Brantley.
The public is, invited to attend I 8. Ensemble: Trio Glow
this concert, and a more than enjoyable -I Worm Lincke. Violin: B. Brunt-
and diversified program: ley. Trumpet: N. Brantley.i .
'has been arranged as follows: i Pi"nM.. Brantley. ;
1. Concerto Danse Macabre,I 9. Scherzo Op. 31, Chopin. .
St. Saens. R. A{I.pel, M.\ Brant, Rose Appel. r > .:

.ley., J 10. Chorus: Lovely Rose,
2, Ballade ()p. 23. Chopin. Sjorrn. Piano: M. M. Dion, L.
Rose Appel. i Delaney.
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I Mrs. Menner Entertains With c

Buffet Supper Sunday Evening I :?

Mrs. Robert T. Menner-enter- Last Sunday evening's guest I

tained informally at a buffet
list included the Duke of Arcos,I c
upper on Sunday night at her I
home on Duval street '',Colonel Arthur Snyder, Major I

These Sunday evening informal and Mrs. Polk of Fort Taylor Major -i x.
affairs of Mrs. Menner'h have Jf;
General Harry C. Hale, Judge
become an integral part of the \ ) #
social activities: of Key West, and Jefferson B. 'Browne 11and
her large circle of friends here Mis. Atherton G. llarlan, Mr. and : %

among which are numbered Mrs.\ Russell Johnson. Mr. and 1 .. ". : : :

prominent army and navy "people !Mrs Albert G. Eddy, Mr. and .. .

socially promjnent Key ,, ('st- Mrs.: Frederick. ,,.)Kjrtland, Mvs.EjAWJone ; .',. .
nri.c.t members or thet 'anger' .
t.rr rt'gSIttial\ \ l ref, much enjb.y' these': .;'MessrH/KarJ: Thpmp- .

deluhtful\ informal buffet I t. pIps. !I I Graham-Fitch; Mrs Window l Its.F .

., I i on.' ::5hf'll' anuRa1ph"lGunp.' ; IE "
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/Ai1TLJohn Hurley Weds '.1.\ AprmerKe:, ':!< es( rs''

Wealherford/ \ Leave. Alter*.Visit 4 MAKE UP AND DON'T KNOW HOW. : Lm

John S. Weatherford, of Key A party of former Key Westers

West, and Miss Lucille Hurley, including Mr and Mrs. Clarence
I Allshouse and children. Betty Lee I
were married February 8 at Fort
and Clarence, Jr., and Mr. anti
Lauderdale. The bride is a i Mrs. Hilburn Collins and children, I

daughter of the late C. E. Hurley,' Alice Marie and Bobby, returnedto

of Roanoke Virginia and the.I their homes in Miami over the 0 f
groom is the son of Pressey L. ''I Oversea Highway today after a r : twnrftLckSt7LUte

Weatherford of this city. I stay of a week in this city.
Mrs. Weatherford it a graduateof While here they were the guestsof t
William and M:iry College of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen

WiIliamJ>burg. Virginia, and a and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin L. RusselL -t r
member of the Pi Beta Phi So- .
I .
rority. Mr. Weatherford is a
graduate of John B. Stetson Uni-
I Junior Club To t
versity of DeLand, Fla., and a:
member of Pi : Hold MeetingThere .
Kappa Phi Fraternity -
i Yyc Others may disappoint. I never do. I'm always mild, always '
I .
The newly weds have gone tomakE" will be a social meetingof because I'm made of cent .
.. fine to taste- fragrant, :expensive ,
their future home in :
Baltimore the Junior Woman's Club heldon I ti ;. : .
!old:, where the groom is Friday afternoon at the clubhouse -I Turn back leaves. I do. i *
employed with a large wholesale on Division street. 4 ) ... .. leaves, only. your on top They're ra.>y,'V 'J; .,

drug firm. Misses Martha Carbonell. Betty bitter, stinging. Turn your back on bottom leaves because _these ,, '
Curtis and Rose Crusoe will be
Subscribe to The Citizen. hostesses on the .:occasion.ART'S '. { I' coarse, sandy, grimy bottom leaves don't belong in yoursmoke.' *'. r

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