The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 2, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


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

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Associated Press Day Wire 1 3 dfTtf"iti I- Key West Florida, has the 1

For 55 Years Service.Devoted to the I tb![: t 1!t ti jict: vUlll llI> most country equable; with weather an average in the I

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\ YOUNG\ ; 'WOMAN.,ATTEMPTS l. The work program of the-;;:;::j-asked to work seven hours per 'ATLVflfAMPf :i&s orean: $1,000,000ANOTHER

ida ERA here wa lowed up somewhat 'day instead of eight and on their 1 .

SUICIDE HERE EARLY valunteer days will be asked to -

MORNING work seven hours instead of eight 1
Figure Does Not Include
WAS HONOR'GUEST; CHIEF CITIZEN OFFICE YESTER. .f department head yetter-j! "By adopting this policy the StCTfbWWHflRETROUj? i "VISITOR
EXECUTIVE GIVES ADDRESS I DAY; WOULD LIKE TO RE. day afternoon M. E. Gilfond acting program can be carried on here BLE WAS THOUGHT TO 'COMES TO ISLAND I Money'' Spent In

Standing near her residence at up to a certain pointsufficiently -

DURING OCCASIONThe the corner of buncan and Florida MAIN PERMANENTLYElmer administrator announced this' so that the great deal of good HAVE BEEN BREWING II CITY FOR FISHING I Routine Inquiries By

streets shortly after midnightthis the rehabilitation -- II
morning. j accomplished by --
I I Lieutenant Commander I DepartmentsBy
morning Betty Grant a to will be
second annual Scottish Davis, the author, paid a Most of the rehabilitation and program up now not Nothing of a startling nature Wliilley Perkins, U. S. N., I

young woman attempted suicideby i visit to The Citizen office yester- lost. has occurred at the camps of vet-! retired arrived yesterdayfrom
RiU dinner wa. held last night shooting herself with a re work relief project will be continued Seek Cooperation Of All I
Lower and ; New York to spend a
day and expressed his satisfactionin erans on Matecumbe WILLIAM S. WHITEfly
yith A very repretentative gathering volver. through elimination of "During this temporary period I though the men had not returned while in Key West as the ( A. Hair* I'ressb

The bullet entered the left being able to spend a few daysin of slacking( up, awaiting action of I guest of Commodore F. Wagner WASHINGTON Mar. 2.-Tho
of the member of the local some which can be done next I. 'I to work it was learned this morning -

side above the heart ranged the city he has learned to love. .the congress to make funds avail- there was no evidence of strife on the Yacht Paula "new deal'" wide ute of investigative
Scottish Rite bodies and A few month a* easily a* this month it Louise. I
and in the able to work relief and :
downward lodged muscles West carry on ,
Mr. Davis has visited Key or trouble.
I Commander told
Perkins power. exemplified in the
visitor from lodges in other part of the back. She was takento 'wa* caid. Employes in the administrative .II direct relief, as well) as a general j, the
during four winter seasons com Activity of guardsmen from The Citizen he is a confirmed
a hospital where first aid was' :construction program we are j I devotee of the rod and reel demand of congressional leaden
of tho Ute and country. ing whenever opportunity offers.If offices were asked this Key West and Miami has been so !

rendered and afterward taken to reeking the cooperation of all the I! far confined to patrolling the and is satisfied that with for a $750,000 inquiry into telephone -

OJ' Governor David Sholtz a member her home. it were possible he would like mOrnhitg"toIend'5O'perceut, ofthetrlavI.gdes4aVthe1ihuuoisth .,employes i of- the1 ,admin istration.jwhether i"- : communication I Iroatftl'toJreyent Commodore Wagner he is on

; in'thef ld orj 1 "the" the companies, already .has
they of
are' ? having great.
of iketjsy. West Scottish" Rite At the hospital and after l' he to join the"writers' colonyuof the of : % ;beta4eie'the"distujserjrorn : verge
t in thef bffkes* 'The"respesisth'ismernIn .0..11 "p'fishing esperience he has
was taken home the woman freely Island .City and -'become perm 'M.. ;! tbJ1uader -" :. ... ; .*wlth" "bther- ' M brought'aboiit. the most formidable. ,.
and wh.Ai* recuperatingfrom an :Ir; with ; ta l1llilir *as strttfylng. camp ahy' camp. known.

to admitted that she had attempted anent'resident. ,. **HOar bills' 'flJtll\ute-riall.will, behe1d'u'thflit'mottey' 'n In nome -ftistarrces1' guards"'have, '.. Thi* remark i i. founded on lift of inquiries 'within1'" recent ",
attacU f .th.I flu.l,'vra. present tLat'il''at,'and '
to take her life. The Readers Digest.cof.Feb: ft; fortticom-'t
.. and M Ut' .lote of U>.dinner gave I ruary has the following1< 'to' say '\ '._"tbet Ing.'. ,. .t4<1 j teTh1ptIngb4thake. their way- *''commodore' guests have left4s.rKe5 years. .'

CITES RULING concerning Mr. Davis v' f r '"We'ar 'dolng. Vt't'Vthin.\'lwe I''one'ckmp' "tb''another. But this 'was i I- West after having en- Aside from ''currently'' discussed:
a interesting and intimate IN'i1SERVING ;and idchfuiii1uriro'fortho can1'ttf 'giv; +;'ithVTefiefJ'elientd' ;' \
". rerjt program aJ: 'ddne> without"" ny trouble?i.the;I Iguarda'remalntn'g """"Joyed great sport and making :
"Although he claims that he 'break' ''' J inquiries, the government' bill for .
'explained1 Mr. Gilfond.J
: ; firm in their attitude ! excellent catches.Accompanying.
talk on what has happened here coming from the state ERA office
OF BEER 'probably comes as near as anybody "Instead of calling men for an : which permitted of no argu-j Commodore I a wide variety of investigations

And what he Lope will happen asa in the United States to being in Jacksonville the 50 percent. reduction eight-hour day. we are calling ment. Perkins Miss Inez Fetter
was %
the average citizen Forgotten'I : them for a seven-hour day. and : I I mace 9 tiace the rtart of the Roote-
or Major William V. Albury, commander secretary to Commodore Wag
result of the FERA taking over will be returned. : '
SHOWN FLORIDA HOTELS:Man! ,' Elmer Davis' modesty is obviously -j : paying them accordingly For example of the national guard nero Miss Fester aid thaton velt administration already hat

the affair of the city and coun- I a gross understatement of1], Men on work projects will be' instead qf calling a manfor units, has i'sue dstrict orders regarding I. their last trip to theMarque.

ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN : fact. His career-traceable out called for slightly fewer hours I 21 hours per week at 30 cents'I the prevention of communication ..., where the commodore gone far beyond the ...ill ion-

tT' of Indiana by way of a Rhodes; during March, but the wage scale per hour for a total of $7.20. we between the camps : always goes with his

Governor Sholtz emphasizedthe LICENSE I scholarship and then New York- \; will remain the same, Mr. Gil- 1 will call him for 21 hours a week 1 and these orders are being obeyedto guests, she caught a 60 dollar mark with the end not in.ilbt.

fact that the citizens of Key has been brilliant as an editor of fond said, explaining that all will at 30"cent!! per hour. or $6.30: adiCferl.'nt'e () the letter.Negotiations. i pound amberjack, and others . This figure does not incluJe:

West have now a wonderful opportunity the old Adventure magazine, reporter : take a proportionate cut in work ., of 90 cents per week. : : between the strik.err' -. of the party made, excellent
(liT A..uti.trd l'rr ) I We will do the same for all gradesof :
the New York in
Times, routimfinquiri
to build the general on relief hours this month because of committee and official catches. money spent ;*
up continue -
conditions of the city on the foundation T TALLAHASSEE Fla., March I esrayist. short story writer and, ; the drastic reduction in funds I relief and rehabilitation labor. and while these arebeing
:" :' IIII.$ department Vnmitlee
2.-Florida hotels which serve, most often recently candid political In other words the wage scale will by and *
made by the state office although
fed. carried
laid by the state and on the men. who have not
be the but will the
eral authorities and that the re- beer or wine with meals-and I i. observer. Plucked at random;1' administrative office employes are I same less we time. call worked since Monday are playing of congress.One .

cults will depend very largely on charge only for the meals-were! however. perhaps the most unique assuming! by far the largest pro men Volunteer one-eighth Workers Praited i,I ba'ebsll. or sitting around the MRS. MARY LOWE
of his distinctions complete of the biggest sums yet appropriated -
told today by Attorney General: are a portionate cultailment in salaries.
the cooperation of those of us who camp swapping stories.
"We feel I
live here, and in a general way I Cary D. Landis that they must!: freedom from personal eccentricities Fund Curtailed I I our relief clients definitely because obligatedto of It was learned today that there DIES LAST NIGHT during the present ad.

cutlined some of the things we 'obtain licenses under the 19331 I I and the fact that. knowing!' "The Key West office of the their excellent cooperation in the had been some change in the demands I ministration was for a two-pha
his Bible do few other modern
can do in carrying out the plansof II legislative act legalizing the bev!:writers Davis sprinkles j jI Florida Emergency Relief Admin-I I volunteer work corps and are of the strikers! which dim- : search into the bu&iners of power
the administrators. erages. : mates three of the four original i
present fault
!istration. through no. training every end to maintainthe companies by the federal power
his articles with Old Testament
Governor Sholtz is deeply interested J. A. Cormier director of the I freely administration demands It i is inristed, however, ': FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE
I relief
own, or of the state quantity of work for them and i ,
I' !commission of
I allusion!. Among his latest independent a f. xjear ;-
this :state malt: and beverage department that the four members of the original .
in the welfare of city I : ," Mr. Gilfond explained, the wpge scale. CONDUCTED TOMORROW I
and expresses himself, always, as asked the attorney general hooks are the short story "has had its funds curtailed tremendously 'We hope." Mr. Gilfond con- committee be reinstated. !i I investigation by..the trade

"being"glad to get, back home in. for a ruling on whether hotels Icttion.Willie Morals\ for Bare Moderns.Living.White'" (;I IPant's : 'for carrying the relief eluded .!"that this entire financial;i I This demand will not be:met,.'J:,1--( ? ;AFTERNOON: .'. J,.coQimUsionr. Seveiuh.und.ftd Z'T,! ,- ... .
try West." woiSia have to"' buy licenses'wbe 1 written several|I. and rehabilitation programhere situation will foon be cleared up officials, it is said, and Major! I t -1 tend dollars has been! approp'natcd '

After the banquet the newly they served beer and wine with a I II : Mr. Davis has ; during March. thaPwe ahead with the Alt, ry said the committee will :, '.
articles about Key West, and I 11'0 can go for the power body's ta..k$300,000 -
officers of the different meal. not be permitted to return to the' Mrs. J. 84
"Until congress takes some action full swing of our program. In the Mary Lowe years
while he has not disclosed his mission for a rate and
Scottish Rite lodges were install camp under anycircumtances.. I old. died 10:30 o'clock last nightat survey
bear on the relief and work pro.gram meantime we feel sine that everybody .
be assumed
ed in the Scottish Rite hall. This I NEW" ARRIVAL the it may rehabilitation of this city.I I proposals before it, this con- will cooperate during/ this undecided It i is understood that the men the home of her daughter-in- $100,000 for a general checkupon

was followed by interesting talks upon Westers will read dition probably will continue. With period." have until Monday to return to law Mrs. Virgil S. Lowe, on national power resources, tile

from some of the visitors. and soon Key from the relief funds virtually exhausted, : work and in the event they refuseI North Beach. -I'I problems of rural electrificationand

The idea of an annual dinnerwas SAWYER'S HOME something interesting author. the state office had its allotment I' I I to resume their tasks will be ejecti ,| Funeral services will be held rate requirements.
of gifted
announced last year when the pen reduced a great deal and of 'BABY BONDS ARE I i i ed from the camp and expelled 4:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,I I
,' Other ;
-- - I investigations -
Sovereign Grand Commander John PRESENT AT BIRTHSIIARLINGEN' course, was forced to reduce those from the islend. I 1 from the chapel of Pritchard'sFuneral

H. Cowles paid an official visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Sawyer, i I of the several district in a' proportionate PLACED ON SALEMADE One circumstance in connectionwith Home on Division street. running into major rums l.o-

Key West and at that time Mr. way. the strike is that it was raid Rev. George E. Sununers. of the ,gin in previous sdministration:
Jr., announce the birth of a nine I Texas-Dr. L.
Cowles expressed a desire to join the I! "The Key West Administration 1 : by one of the committee that a First Methodist Church of which and th-js are not attributable: to
in the home.
pound boy last night M. Davis, of this city was
Scottish Rite members I : member of the body is J. B. Wil-
with the local has derided to the Mrs. Lowe a member, will .
carry on pro-: was '
at 523 Eaton street. The at the birth 'new deal.
newcomer -| attending physician
event. This AVAILABLE AT LOCAL 'ion. son of the late William B.Wil-
in such an year I here with the reduced al: officiate. j
has been named Robert: of 22 boys who played in the an- gram I Corgreisicaal Inquiries
it impossible because of I| eon, who was the United States '
he found lotment just ,as extensively as Pallbearers will be: Allan B.
Webb Sawyer. I i nual grid contest last fall between POSTOFFICE STATES POST. Congress itself has been rx
been of labor under the administration -
the great demands that have I possible. Realizing that the entire secretary Cleare George F. Archer RossC.
his in I Mrs. Sawyer and son are reported -[ Donna. Tex., and 'V slaco, Tex..' t of President Wood- ceptionally busy with inquiries; in-
made on his time and stay program is one of relief anti re MASTER SAM HARRIS Sawyer V. A. Johnson Frank
doing nicely. high schools.USING to many subjects the most important
Miami has been reduced to ten I[ habilitation employes in the administrative i'ow Wilson. Guerro Sam B. Finder Carl lier-
from the public view I he
days. This gave him so little time -- -- --- -- - - I offices, and others, Contrary to expectations the valdi and F. W. Roberts. I'r

that the two days required to make have been asked to 'lend' 50 percent Uncle Sam's new bonds commonly men did not receive their pay yesterday The deceased took pride in the: ing the munitions and banking
and stock in
the trip here was more than he ALL FLORIDA ADYER PROGRAM of their ralams: for the month referred to as "baby bonds" all wages being held up. fact that she was one of the first vettigatlons.: : exchange' For the practices forne"

felt he could give us. I of !March to the administration because they run in denominationsfrom It was expected: they would be paid twins born in what was at that. h, been

The following is the menu of the ENDORSED BY ROO SEVELT AND MANY with the understanding that if. as, -'$25 to $1,000 are now on today. time known as Spanish Town 1100,000 for' the a latter appropriatedand -".rwork on
dinner served: and ienlllthecongre.s9 makes fa'e' Relative to the assertion that where Park in is '
I , ap- at the Key West postofficc, Hyde Tampa, which flatted in the late, jl Ia't. or!
Crawfish Cocktail I pro.pria. H2y..'.. fo 1jiwqrli,1the I 50percent Postmaster im Harrts sSate'd 'tKismorning. the Ml'A' TfJt come up tq'! sanff -I ,i
Cream of Chicken Soup OTHER OFFIOA IS ..OF .PROMINENCE! :1 of salaries owed :will i betctp.r }I" .')'I',516In' '".''U'',"i itatt J'1 UAt.s. r yici ef;!v#,RiH,,'than her twin sister Mrs. 000. ;" ,
Combination Salad l : .,""" ,,,, no, UI -- ....I J) The bonds: are in denominations!! p mined the locations and reported Martha Kilgore. F The appropriated-cost of other;}
----.;I----- ' PIase4WitIoperatio, ...,t of $2S "f50 T *bO.$6rod( >a'nKJ1il- that sanitation conditions ,were. Mrs. Lowe is survived by two
Entree The All Florida National AdveVtiting SOd''o'OO at present. Th'e're"is pWn.jty : 1 ; ; tx : llent.-"Vbi )"\ r hrralHel: hiffi! Sn ,tint 4ead'1lnesiva.1ties !
Broiled Yellowtail Tartar Sauce "1k:?! gratifyinn,1to ,nOt ,1 'thecooperation OOOivitk4sBue'priCetVt at $18.75, I.!!,. 11" .1' ,t daughters, Mrs. William E. Husytori from'$31Y.Q0O.' f l'tll'! '(' 'i
of room to grow and nationwide that ,haV come -fczr $ZL5O.$25 J $3'1'5'aRd: $'T5tJ t'C:' and Mrs. Ernest Kirkland;
i endorsed by
of Beet Steak. Mignon Sauce program i. ; "". mittee on un-Arnricap,5eiviti: <<:'
-: advertii i : tIitT\ itlltI,,Oiese employes this morning 'afterttjevpfepeived flpt"CtiYHjfir.\fH:1' iri /..oUjftiOfficiaHyi'knowW '.UI COME IN .,. tw0u on.s, Charles .W.. and Chester to $500. for ,iDfiuiryfito' { what' 'i

French Fried Potatoes, President Rootevelr Senator Duncan growth. Vu U ,1Ult,1; iI11h1 the..proposAL"Vir-: 1 l"tInit@d C. Lowe; sister: Hfrs.! Kilgore and, Dr. William Wirt.:. the( Indian>

Diced Buttered Carrots U. Fletcher Governor Sholtz I The All Florida Committee hasas tually,.everyone-
Creamed Peas its aim to the welfare willingness to take his or her bonds wilt be dated on the I of Lutz Fla. Mrs. Kirkland.:, Jr t'dly influences within the ad

and other nationally known figures promote chance, for the good of the rehabilitation : first day of the month in which Chester Lowe and Mrs. Kilgore ministration.
Pie and Cheese of the state: as a whole and each
Apple I I' program; here. the isue price is paid and will : reside in Tampa. I I Racket And Other
principally because of the section will derive its benefits Plane from Miami arrived yesterday .
Demi TasoCigars "We have selected the work mature in 10 years. No one 1 person I There arc also 32 grandchildren Other investigations made 'in.der .
from the of with
nation-wide morning ninepat'sf'n-
state's physical characteristics and II program projects which can most feasibly may own more than a total I and 11 great-grandchildren. I the Roosevelt administrationby
rdvertising and each section is expected gers and left in the afternoon ;
be held un until April and nave I of $10.000 of these bonds. congress along with the
natural facilities which give this I to do its part. I dropped them from .the March Owners may return the bonds I '*ith 10. j I amount net aside for ech. follow! :

ESSAY CONTEST state tremendous advantages which' local Mayor chairman Wm. and II. Malone is anticipating is the'I program of work relief. Temporarily -I prior to maturity, but Mr. Harris Barloco.Morning Mr.arrivals and were Mrs.: R.Ethel T.,. ALIEN TAKEN UP The "kickback" racket, $15-
dropping these that they cannot ) air
projectshas explained 000; general ra ket$10,000:
mutt be developed if it is to receive I that Key West will do its share in made it possible to carry on I redeemed within 60 days from''II Adams Mr. and Mrs. Norman and ocean mail contracts. $55-:
NEARING CLOSE joining the lists of those cities of the the I the that Kolk. Mr. and Mrs. Norberg1Thompson ATBOCACHICA.j! : )
most! others included in issue date and they are I II 000; military contracts. $0,000;
its share of the world's bus!- which will contribute to the fund I. !. Glen Camas and Kay I
in the
general transferable
program here. not \ except case !I j oil $25,000; Akron disaster. $5.-
I Shutt
.. for this advertising plan.It "However reducing by 50 percent of disability of the owner or hisj I IIi 000; alleged delay in prosecutinga
This is the final announcementof ne. I Leaving in the afternoon were: TAKEN IN CUSTODY BY WiLe!
is expected that every business the salaries of employes death. New York bank scandal $1,000;
Contest being sponsored I I Mr.\ and Mrs. N. Wise Mr. and : t
the Essay inl Ii
West Citizen.A There are many reasons for aovertiting. -!I man, professional man, farm I the administrative offices !| Bonds may be redeemed prior toT Maloney, :,; LARD RUSSELL OF IMMI. ., bankruptcy receivership proceed..
by The Key Mrs. R. T. Adams, Betty j
prize will be awarded to the Florida hat 1,200 milesof I. er. worker employer and employewill I temporarily dropping some work maturity the yield varying with': Mr. arid Mrs. Norman Kolk. Irma : I ITcodorJ' i ings. $20.000; senate campaign
become, a member at $1 per I projects are not !sufficient! to absorb -|1 the redemption values but no interest ORATION. DEPT. I expenditures. $25,000; charges
best entry of 150 words on "Why coastline with 16 principal har- Bentley,'Ernestine Mills and Edna I :.. I II
The aim is to 'secure.100-- the reduction in allotment before the i appointees.
year. : our ' will accrue laps gainrt .goveromeAt
Would Like to Start a Stamp bort. No other United State port Mawer. ,i
I 000 or more giembers and it is for March. j I one Postmaster Harris 'fI'j' I \ .(three, investigations);
year. 'I. .
closer the I '
Collection. It will be a momentof i are to 40,000,000 population 'I.of I Passengers arriving thiS'morn. :
pride in your life if you are market of the Caribbeanand I the belief of .tfxwe who are'new I "Men on all projects will be explained. ing; were: ,Mark Honeywell, Olive ? Zapa Theodore Siiein I conduct of,receive/s., trustees and
members that thij' will be accompli -
taken $17.000
I ? an alien was referee5ia bankruptcy, ;
album the tremendous wealth of -- (
beginner's Lankford
the recipient of a I i Honeywell Esther ,
>Jbed. : in 'custody" Thursday at Boca law .eysLfl.3, $10,000.
South America ) it i revenue :
and 150 different beautiful and eyWest [1ViUiam' Tait. Clara .B.' Bentley I
If interested and It is believed I Chica by Patrol Inspector Wil-l wild life conservation $7,500;
with which to start a col the closest of all of.tbe. Frederick: Wagner Betty Maloney, |I
tamps The cultural advantages, ilni- t'hat every Teal Key*'Wester Is. call 1 : lard' Russell, of the. local i irm1-. '' c paign. peJlldit.9rel, for house,
R. R Warren
lection. Wm.' Wm: ,
Porter "
on 'phoneuMayo'r Malone. :and, ;ENTIRE NEWkSHOW TONIGHTAT 1it.: j 1 i'JJfJPpJy; 10.
Entries must be addressed to versities and schools include the or Joseph .Drewman; Joseph Dress- gration :u $ ; !
in enter the lists -of those who are Zapata admits having' illegally 000 financialaffairs of war vet-
and the finest institutions of learning ;
P. O. Box 333 Key West, man. Jr.. Walter Locke Annette I' bondholders
Mf-l real estate
deadline is Monday March 4, at the country. The income from i working for a greater and more THEHabanaMadrid- Locke Phil Locke.Dance entered the United States at erans, $7,500;
i Florida. there on the Steam- reorganization
midnight. tourists!! runs from 150.000000 i prosperous ami arriving

-- to $250,000,000 annually. but this i it Club ship Munargo on December 23,1 I TONICHTHEFFNERVINSON

Plaza RestaurantNOW I can millions be greatly are spending! increased.millions Tourist and Old Fenders Made New! I Featuring ROSALIE The Famousi I at Raul'sTONIGHT 1934.lIe was given a hearing before CO.

ready cash is flowing through all We're expert at taking bad United States Commissioner C. -in-

OPEN ALL channels of trade.According I dent And bump out of FEND FAN DANCER Rodney Gwynn yesterday' and. THE CABARET GIRL"

NIGHT : to figures given out I ERS. Also Fender Painting. i } was remanded to Monroe County,,

by the department of agriculture,\ Lou Smith ,Service Station Direct the World's Fair Music by Bob' Orchestra jail in default of $500 bond to;,: Reserve Yo r Seat

Choice Foods, Wine and Florida can support a populationof White at Catherine Phone S22 I Make Reservations Early and Join; th. Crowd. Phone 220 Admission $1.00 Ladic* free await trial at the May- term 'ofl j l. PAGE'S SODA FOUNTAIN

Beer 15,000,000 instead of the 1-1 I. federal court. I Ph... 9117I

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.-- bc. &ct. SBcst CttfeE TAXES VERSUS INCOME 1 LEGALS i iI ii

.. "Want A New Car When I Get Home"So i
Published Dally Except Sunday By Apologists for the growing burden of '
\ ciuri IT roiHT. STATE! or1!
(. AHTMAV.. President. taxation often state that the rise in taxes, Orders Dodge From South Pole till. ('lit!'I'IT. MOMIWK <'OIN-.
The Citizen Building Tn HIM *:1(1. ,
Corner From Greene and Ann StreetsOnly when measured by the rise in our income, v\\'i.\ .\NitiiKvMI.Complainant. ,

is not so important as it seems. "". t Tit Rtfrigeratorthat
Daily: Newspaper in Key West and Monroe MAU\ K:. CSII. '

County. Yet a recent editorial in the Syracuse OKHKR: <>IF ITIU.H'ATIONIt fendant. r dtfin time
I I l I. affidavit thesworn t.
Key West Florida as second class matter shows that Federal aw'arinK >
Kntered at Post-Standard state hill rll.... in the ah..v.-"lat.t 'II
cause that Marx I':. lash, the ilrfrndant I
FIPTVSiTHEin t and local expenditures are nofive* timesas therein named. I I. a mmi'.I
Press I resident l of the tale ..f Fl-.rlila.
of Ike
ember I II
before the Tax and she m-iilm at Nw York, N
great as they were war.
Jh. Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use Y.. and that she in over the air <>( ,
..r republication vr all news dispatches credited tIt tutnty-on yearn; It It thrrfor- or- '
collections consequently have risen in the
or not otherwise credited In this paper and all 2tp0 I drrel that said nonresident i eI.-! .
the local news pul U hd hero. t frmlant !... and shr IK hrrrliy r..- Iqulr.,1 |
same proportion. .,, ; ,a1lES ..
to aplM'ar.| the bill ofiii .
> |>lamt filed in Raid Taupe' on <>r. REFRIGERATOR LAST ?
DITCRIAL By contrast with this, the prices re i t before II.m.lay.: 'the 1st day f.f April'
t.fNATJoAL: 47ov'r n.l IS3i>, otherwise the allegation
. 1935HTIXIAL. ceived Jay farmers 'for\ their products are d 1.\."saiil seil l>bill>' said will d..r..ndant.l.t. taken an x.u- Performance outweighs in value all

SUI'iCltll"TIOX JUTES but 2 per cent above'the 1910-1914 level t I It l Is further ordered that this order other refrigerator features combined

One Year .... . _......._.......w_sI0.00 -and the real wages received by indus- }I be published once each wt.k
fix Months .....m..... _.:. ........_....__........_._ 6.0' for. four runmMMitUe weeks m the
Three Montbs ... ..m..... . ... ............._._.___...___ 2.60 trial workers are but 21 per cent greater. I Ki \ West t'ltizen, a newspaper pubIlishd i In buying any refrigerator beasgoodasnewrhetsixanditshouldberememberedlhere
rne 1fonth _.......... ..... ......_...._..____ .8' Bailey,Chief Radio Operator j in said Count and StateThts seven years in use in homes.
Weekly ._.____ .21ADYEIITISIG The cost of taxation has risen more Clay i :2Mb day of February. m.! : :; i is ome feature more important Their were in inch first class
aboard Admiral ByrJ's flag r I (si\u ROSS o SAtt-YERI j than all others combined- condition that it is impossible
RATES steadily and more rapidly than other costs ship in Antarctica from where he sj I 1 Clerk. Circuit'curt.i :'' rr/0n, d IK/Always ask-IIow to place a limit on the years
sent this record-making order I Itt KLOKKNCK: II: .SVKltI '
fade known on appll'atlon. borne businesses individuals. I long will it last r of service to be expected from
by and lwputClerk
NOTItK 9,000 miles to Detroit tp" I I U.I.HM II. :\KOVi 1.:. this amazing: mee anism.
All reading notices, card of thanks, resolutions .tr'fpect. Where, not so long ago, a national debt for a new car. -.>li .n..r for Complainant.inar C-E give yew aW full year,
rbltuary: notlrea, etc. will be charged fur at l ::-! -16-2T-30: :! performance protection tko
11.e rale of 10 cents a line. of one billion dollars was regarded as being I famous Mitor'.p.......-.-.... Select your G-E refrigerator
Notifa- for entertainments by churches from which ._.. re.f m.chonismeoroalysl.ooayear now. Food prices< sre Marine
k revenue is to I.e derivtJ are 5 cents a line. dangerous, we now face a Federal debt up r j IN C'IIU'IIT ('OI'ItT. STTI: 01..1| -four year beyond the standard and soother., month' delayone .
In forum and Invites diseusdoo -
4L. Citizen an open 10ta.cwstiotatlsaaratorloOnly
) cf public issues and subjects of local or general of over 30000000000.. All units of government -J iY { KIOIIIUA.' T\\i\llFTII Jl' III." year warranty for only $SI
w < 11- 'tltfllT MONHOK ( 0| N-j I Central oil
jit 1tU'DL have gone on a spending spree, I TIN ('HlNriltl.noROTiiv : '. Year after year the record of thro. typos of reMooroter*...
\, J.\='I:: RICI. j
t i iI this matchless mechanism has Masher Tsp, rrt
I and have doled out billions of dollars, "f' 15NrEplCp I Complainant, ii i becomemoreastounding.Ask Raton, &fte,. S /.60
Old friends and old ways ought not \ i vN. I your neighbor. Hundreds of Priceuu Ie.., -
much of which has been used for projectsthat I "n."l ERNEST' M.. RICE t
thousands of
who have
to be disdained. t"'ft\1. \- Defendant users r.. I I...rroMulll
were neither necessary nor desirable. \0' "O"t'S tOpPNa rsCN.tpstOtt td pl ORDER W I'1'HUCATIOV owned G-E's for over 5 years ,.....".,. ./..J ;.<..*.
Vta, DODGE) t ..ct1 : It appearing I by the sworn bill I ] can tell you of dependable,
have issued bond after bond DO1Ct'c" t sEe tpN file in the above-stated thatErnest
They -apparently cause trouble-free service that is
von paralleled
Some show rank egotism by the ,,0", Ep5/ STOP 0" ou"DE "ot 1 ; M Rite, the defendant therenamed -' by no other refrigerator. All modern convenience fonfvro.
not realizing that the bonds i itON 0' Gps 8 Og1oN "cwI. in Is a nonresident of theiState will
r4 {. of covrso, bo fownd In
amount of life insurance they carry. ", tI'O DEStpIP GpLLOp .s.p tttKO .o.\1otG. ) t NIS. of Kli.riil-i. and whose address At the G-E Research labora General Electric refrigerator bet
which to on"all ft" ()
amount mortgages pro I I.I "G' tS PE .i 1 t t I in illltford. I'elaware. and that he Is
C \.I.ct, r It NAVE C OY M4 SEI'l iOVONI: S.EIti. I over' the alOe of years: tories Monitor Tops hare rfor oil, ins trrformanc* that
erty, must eventualy be paid, plus inter- fEEsSE app.t'" (: 'IIiS, Of -c n(1. '. It Is therefore ordered that lIalolo" been cut open and found to ,... pay for In a rifrlrator.,.
Students of psychology might getsome 5j0 P w ."rt '' \' \ ..
ip castofDj. defendant be
J J't: cw 'Co\\ ,Flip ct.,0 i" and he is.
est, by direct or indirect taxation of the 4 P EL .
ststts s'o .I\ ''.c c: i here| v r-quire helpful pointers by trying to lead a "' ,0 D tpa GIiCE BIDE IIQi NG: DpY Is Ii "LE.EtuBN (Mil. of. complaint filed in Maid causeon : THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANYA.
calf. people. "*. .: *.a ... r L. Dp a N[aGDC + pep F tItS' NpeOtt9 or ".fore Monday the" 1st .Iay; of I
11Sy ,Nit N 'lit t .NAYS April A. I>. 1935. otherwise tht- nlIfKatlons -
Taxes menace savings. They'menace "' ICt tt' pNPSp F. AYALA Sales Managers
ty v "NO aENptS DPIVEa. of said' lull will b<< takenas
I '
) Trading at home means keeping your jobs and investments. They ;'strike directly "of tOtot) )': NAS. t N pVt tilt t9 a aU" as confessed In further by ordered Bald defendant.It that this.order -t
.c" .asN I he published once each week I
money here, where it will make the at the welfare worker, \ tCOIIO"'C"c pt bslu.El fur four con<:ecutieweeks in The I

rounds. every farmer, everyone who owns a homeor ______ ; KeyVedt In Citizen said County, a newspaperpublished and SlateThis ; ,

has dollar in the bank. Rising taxa- - - --- rehruir ICth, 1935.
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tion is a towering barrier in the path of ........................1 Circuit Court
Another paradox: After vigorously! I WM II 1IA'.o H:, I

pressing his suit a young man's suit' sometimes recovery. KEY WEST IN Today's HoroscopeThis I Solicitor; febie-23.for'-S-IC, 1935?! ;SUBSCRIBE; FOR THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLYpost :

needs pressing. DAYS GONE BY ........ -- - ..- ---
This i is a position for freedomand
High school girls may not have a spe-! Happenings Here Just 10 Years energy, restless under re-
Local business men may be interestedin Ago T,Jay At Token From straint, and free in the expression
cia for history but they
\aptitude can The Tile Of The Citizen be'Bolydwinlled
remember their dates. the fact that large mail order houses of opinion. The pursuit of literature -
usttlly pecially through travel or
report gains over 1933. .
Beginning tomorrow the o.Vl'r-1 I the broad view of life, will be
Some of the business that went to ACCEPDNG.IMITATIONS
Whatever other sorrows Eve suffered, sea: Highway Association! will con i successful and good fortune may
refer- these mail order houses was sent to them duct for the I also be found in law. You are a
she was never taunted by Adam's a campaign purpose Tout< tba original I Davis 100% Pure Flint
ence to his mother's cooking. by customers of firms in Key West. Some of having as many qualified voters thetic little too and impulsive affectionate.but sympa- Besure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rmsT'AIII

*of the goods ordered was in our stores as possible to go to the pollson look, for Davit 100% Pure Paint hu often beta> ADCTEEHUDAVlSCa
Thursday of next week to cast 'i" .. ::':.
Liberty in this "land of the free" now and on sale at prices that compare with their ballots for the $2,050,000 visitors this year than at any like this Label, Davit 100% Pure Paint conform. with "'==" -

consists principally of the liberty to cuss mail order prices, everything taken into bond election. The association period of its history and many are all pure paint Laws and it the only paint ::=:::::--=
still arriving. This is not due to
realizes that practically every that carries a guarantee of purity. =='.::
because we have little liberty. freeholder in the county will votein the real estate boom on the keys

West merchants cannot blame favor: of issuing the bonds and and in the city, it shown, but fbok for this Guarantee the Label- c '

The difference between "dam and"damn" the buyer for all of this trade that was lo*-t. that because that view is gener-'I because of the fact that Key West W.|unr ntcoravKtun wuhuiy aikcr Pun MMMi/acturtr at naiM umiUr.._...
ally entertained it i is Ceared''that pis, recognized as offering greater O All our product ar. m.J< by OIl in Btlnnor n4 ul4 through. Quiets only,
In too instances there merchantswho
i is that the former retains pres- many are most!': of the voters will remain inducements to the seeker after CstabLstud 1898 MLTIMOREMLVCorner

sure; the latter relieves it.-JacksonvilleJournal. expect the Trade-at-Home idea to bea a\vay from the polls. There are pleasure and enjoyment, especially

substitute for advertising, snappy service about 1,200 names on the quali-, fishing; than any other city in the G. C. ROBERTS Caroline and William Streets

and efficient methods. Fortunately, Key fied list and the aim of the as-'I I state.

sociation is to have every voter Editorial Comment The .. .. ... .
West has capable merchants, who know : newspapers --- --- -
The announcement that vitamins have get out and vote. r '
how to and how to sell and they are always advertising for :.fTBI..D'B.4T.l81..c'dHP qyHI'ATIIIj
buy are
been found in hash should cause no sur-
sealed proposals, but the girls! f
prise.: Nearly everything else has been doing their part in building up this cityas Key west will be benefitted bypn 'I continue to receive proposals, both '\r-5---

found in that delectable viand. a trade center by offering the latest Fletcher amendment has offered that and Senator which sealed and unsealed. 5'

goods at prices that are competitive. has been the senateto
accepted by I Melvin Russell. superintendent

It is a good thing that most of us, being J the deficiency bill in the event of public instruction,. Clarence II.
NELSON'S FLAGSHIPA that it is pasted by congress and Pierce Millard Gibson and Abe- WHYSend .
weak hurt\an beings, have some strong- . .
approved by the president. The I lardo Lopez members of the local ,
minded mentors ready to guard and defendour appropriation calls for $7,900,000 school board will leave tonight for
morals and tell us what we can rightfully pigmy in comparison with modern for the completion of all postof-I Jacksonville to attend a conference -

do. I fighting craft, but rich in historic interest, rice projects throughout the country of all superintendents and 1

in every case where inadequatefunds (boards of the state. The conference
the British ship Victory, flagship of Lord -
: have heretofore been authorized !' was called by State Superintendent Send mail order
After :March 22 Persia will not be Nelson at the battle of Trafalgar in whichhe I for the construction of t S. W. Cawthorn.The your money to

Persia but Iran. That's too bad. lost his life, has been restored to its the building.
houses when sell for less?
FlLraia! is such a beautiful euphonious original condition. basketball game played last I we
Herman Wolkowsky, who has night between a visiting team I 1
word while Iran is in the of Launched in 1765, the Victory sailed conducted furniture business '
category an ,a from the Y. M. C. A. of Havana I
the seas for 157 until 1922, But she for at Southard and Duval .
also ran. years years, a.nlH I theI(1.l'dddUlen's:' ( :tfrgregf 4'J rA
will sail no more, being now permanently streets, announced the sale of his tion I o f Key rWest. resultaxtx lr'l avictory I J f 1T

,business this, morning. Ilr. Wol- 101'\\the former by a score : line of I
installed in dock at Portsmouth
dry as a ; Complete glass
Some years ago Edinburgh, Scotland, kowsky stated he believes l he was of 27 to 23. One of the l largest

experienced an epidemic of suicides, naval shrine and flagship of the port.. selling a $50.000 business for $40.-t i crowds ever attending a game'was .

The Victory is only 227 feet) 'long 000 but that in his opinion the!present and enjoyed'the game.;
confined to It
curiously enough
women. price'he' ,'received f'wa's''in'' keeping ..
stopped immediately when the authorities with 52 foot beam and a tonnage 'Of 2162. with present I market ''values. He 1 J William Cullingford"apx) Mrs. bakeware: to select from e

proclaimed that in the future bodies of The United States liner Leviathan Is further urged that all" realty deal- Levinia Anna Bethel sere' married

about thirty times as large. But through ers become affiliated with the Sunday evening March 1, at
suicides would be exposed naked in the (Approved by Good Housekeeping Magazine)
Realty Board, which bet-I
Nelson's genius and daring the Victory the home of the bride on Newton
public square. ter understanding and uniform street. Rev. William M. Bryant.
became one of the most famous fighting dealing between dealers and the pastor of the Fleming Street Meth-

Football i is still a very dangerousgame ships of all time, and an inspiration to public. I odist church officiated They have !

British sailors of each succeeding genera- the best wishes of all for<< a happy Aluminum Pots Pan
; its fatalities number between 40 I Key West has attracted more married life. ,

and<<1 50 yearly Daseball: on the other tion. ;

hand rarely over has a fatal accident; CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Skillets Etc. .
possibly one oxen three years. And many THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I ,

thousands) play baseball while only hundreds OF KEY WEST
DeLaml Sun-News) .
play football.A at at the clot .f t>.>i.... December 31, 1934,
Young Mrs. James H. R. Cromwell, who was I Comptroller' Call '
Castiron and Steel Pans and Skillets
St. Petersburg paper gives away famous as Doris Duke, "richest girl in the world" RESOURCESLoans

until her marriage a few days seems to deserve and Investments $ 305,639.43 .
its edition day the sun fails to shineon ago
every Overdrafts _.__.... __ 71.61
some kind cf vote of thanks from her fellow Banking House, Furnitureand
that city. A hotel in Colorado gives its '

guests free rooms and meals each day the countrymen.Here Conds of States Fixtures and__Pos-, 33082.33 .77. Light Bulbs Fuses;; ',

sun does not shine in Gunnison. It has for a change, was a young woman of sessions of the United ; ,
States : : : .
139,370.63: .
wealth and position who got married in a quiet -
been compelled to penalyze: itself to this Other Bonds and Securities
extent but 16 times in 22 years, accordingto on-pre s-agented manner; an A'merican heiress! Stock of the Federal Reserve Cords Plugs' Etc.-

who actually found it possible to take unto'herselfa Bank ,_r ?. 6000.00 :
Ripley. Temporary Federal Deposit
: husband without the aid of an army of cameramen Insurance fund 1954.01 i

newsreel truck, gaping spectators' !, and the United States Govern-
Karl Marx was a German who lived a ment Obligations direct

large part of his life in England and whose like. and fully guaranteed '

work is largely the result of studious hours Furthermore, the young woman married an Cash' and due-from Banks_.$832.744.73 495,168.97 1,327,913.70 South Florida Contracting & 'Engineering Co..

American and fortune-hunting member of :
spent in the British Museum. Lenin also not a .

of his life in London and also some obscure European titled house. 1888235.79
spent part LIABILITIES Phone 598 Whiled ElBa Streets :

was an industrious reader in the British I All this on the principle of when-the-man- Capital .$ 100,000.00 S

Museum. After reading the above one is the-dog-it's-news, is worthy of notice. Ands Circulation Surplus and Undivided Profits. 100OOO.0f'D 55007.42 "Your home is worthy of the best" :

jiot inclined to think overly well of the I : *e it's such a pleasant change! !, Mrs. Cromwell posits 1,633,228.37 ,

British Museum. deserves some kind of thanks. .

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A RAPID-FIRE ROMANCE BY.EVAN EVANS, rsrxorsis eeeeoee eeeeeeeeaeeeeft 55551 SSSSSSSS.SSSSS.5055000 050SSSSS.SS.SSSi.Vifl7I .
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: 'l'h Uota Kid stolen from the church In Duraya.: \ 1
and Hat to Kulrtjt \4&'. ttotinback *
Estrada leaned back in his
: of Our Lady ukiek chair \
kad first bie* ttolt* by lk. governor with a sigh. L-i
csd kidden in tfort of D*- "I understand you." he said.
raya They hav divided tkt crown
and the kid ha. escaped with Ate ""Therefore when I drop a word .4. .
half. But Rbrli it raptured, and '
here and there that what Rubriz
Major Alrert 1&0. take Hubris" ,..
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part of the crown to the governor was no part of the stolen treasure, - -

ticxfral* k.KHrada.can were The out a trU,'erJl'oo4, maorlUxl that the poor fool for once had
cltd for kmrt/( lost his eye" and merely picked up CIRCLING THE CAULIFLOWER ROW LOCAL PLAYERS TO

# glass-

Chapter 28 "Very well" said I the general, LEAVE FOR'TRYOUT

And his glance followed the movement King Parrot fight manager is I I to be a left hand uppercut and a
the thought ot the Kid. and I
* with which Alvarez; carelessly expected to arrive from the Is- I short hook to the body. Newspaper -
even the ot the jewel
memory' dropped the gem Into a pocket. lamorada camp today with his clippings show that Fleminghas Mario Pena will leave !by train
were dimmed for moment In the
a "\DY other orders sir?" asked Al three famous for won many a great contest
mind of the general. It was true that ready I I tonight for Miami, and from there
varez. what he terms the best fight card with the mbination of these two
he loved money. but he loved reputation he will go to Bradenton tomorrowby
equally. lIe got hold of the "Yes go down to the old dungeon. presented in Key West in many a blows.
Pick out the wettest cell and-pre )" bus. Pcna will start training ? ;
major and shook him by the shoulders day. With his pugs all in the best I
pare the place. 1 may have to be Monday morning with the world
as a schoolmaster might shakea I of condition and rearin to go. the The bout will be a presentation I
child. doing a little questioning, before King is pure that he will go backto between two smart boxers who champion St. Louis Cardinals :n
long. Also. have the girl-that Ro-
"Say the thing slowly. Look me sita-brought to me at once." i his camp Tuesday morning witha have been in the game among the an effort to secure a berth with i ii

In the eye. If you are drunk again Alvarez saluted decorously and hundred percent victory. big shots and know every trick in the club or be sent to one of the _

and speaking like this Fit hare you withdrew a.once. He did not need to I the game. Those who termed the Cardinals' many minor league S c
shot. Major!" be told that full moon was strikingon Anxiously awaiting the bell to Nebo-Wade squabble a great fight clubs for seasoning. -. .

Alvarez had been drawn quite the brightest day of his life. It prove to! local fans that he is far I last Monday night; will be amazedat William Cates will leave Monday Mn. D. A. Prints Franklin. Pa.; George Conner, Jr., Birmin gham. Ala. Left: M.... Edward A.

close by the grip ot the general and was an opportunity which would from washed out, Pete Nebo, who I this fistic affair. Pete will not evening enroute to Orlando, Bodies daughter of M.... Prints Port Huron. Mich.; Miss Hop Robertson, Orange Va.
now he murmured: "Out of the pocket have to be handled carefully but he looked slow and clumsy in his 1 be up against a kid who is just and will start training with the

of Rubrlz. some gold work and fire was certain that he would be able scrap against Jimmy Wade last I starting out but he will be facing -, Brooklyn Dodgers Thursday

big emeralds-* to rise to every occasion. Monday night. wound up heavy I a man who can match morning. women not connected with any

"FIve" muttered the general Great men cannot help hating// drilling yesterday and is ready for i ness in the ring with him; smart-I, The fans of the city wish both I other Bible Class and regardlessof
those who useful to them the much talked of Frankie Fleming -I er who. in addition to dishing out :
-Only five? But that's half. Mateo are ; nevertheless I of these local players all the success denomniations are invited to
Rnbriz and fire-fire of the lost- they also cannot help advancing once holder of the Navy lightweight i,can take it with the same ease. I possible.. I attend.

Why it's better this way! Tell m.. them. Alvarez: felt that the championship and the boy I The local flash is ready and fit II I

Alvarez! Did other eyes see those promotion was already his. lie who records victory over Benny I as a fiddle for what the veteran !I. ..S S............. ......I I JAINT PAUL'S CHURCH

emeralds?" walked away through Fort Duraya I.eonard. Jack Britton .and a great i, Frankie may! have to offer. This iI j I l CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH I II" I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

-,The moment I saw them my hand with the bearing of one who Is above many\ other: headliners. Fleming) ,j Ms gojng: to be>a great scrap, and I CLASSIFIED : Sunday Services:
I .
was'over them.Not three men could correction and close to the com a young veteran still in'his' wen .I the ,winner will probably be the i 527 William i Stroct ; Corner Simonton and;; Eaton Sts. Mass 7, 9:30 and 11 a. m.

have seen and those three won't be- mand. ties, is certain thathe, can'tandle. man; with the smartest l left., I r. COLUMN. I ',, :E I,, Richard Evans. Pasto, Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor i Evensong and Benediction of

lJeJ'8. tomorrow, what they'saw toUIght. Pete with the same facility he: _. Ii. . Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. I I Church Sunday school opens at I the Most Blessed 'Sacrament. 8 p.

." IF THE brain of Estrada was not handled those great \'eights 'The. promoters wish to announce :. ............ ............ Morning worship at 11 o'clock.!: 9:45 a. m., under leadership of m. *
"Alvarez I've noted rOil down fora the most astute In the world It of other days. 'Frankie is. not a that the show'will be under the .I I' '. The Sacrament of the Lord's SUP-![ Gerald Saunders general super. Church school 9:30 a. m.
long time. .A man of brains. A man was nevertheless extremely strong southpaw but he.: has a darn good supervision of the Key West Fire / per wiH.fF administered. .. t1 I intendent. Each department meets Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
of action with your hands and not because it was extremely simple. left and Manager Parrott has be n Department instead of the Ameri- : Christian Endeavor G:30 p. m 'I in its own assembly room. Week Day Services:

with your tongue El Keed must have the missing telling the Kansas City pug that .7n Legion as formerly advertised [,FOUND-Bicycle on Duval street. Evening worship 7:30 o'clock :! Worship services at 11 a. m Mass every day at 7 a. m. and

At that the face of Alvarez actually fragment El Keed It was who had Nebo is a sucker for a left hand. Tickets are on sale at the match- I Owner may have same by call The sermon will be delivered by and at 7:30 p. m. The Sacramentof I aso! on Wednesday at 9 a. m.
walked through that chosen guardat i
puckered with delight Its thin Fleming's best telling blow is said maker's office, 915 Duval street. ing at City Jail after 6 p. m.,. the pastor. I the Lord's Supper will be administered Morning and evening prayer
the postern and made took of the and I
ness turned Into breadth like the soldiery. The entire manuever was - -_- - -- t I identifying bicycle paying i Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the morning serv daily: at 6:45 a. m. and 5:30 p. m.
face of a cat. I for this ad. mar2-2t o'clock, midweek service. ice. The pastor will deliver the Confessions: Saturdays at 4:30p.
covered with his trade-mark of bra- I I
The thing was arranged quietly. en effrontery.But I GIVES STATUS CHANGE OF BILLATTENTMONDAY evening message on the subject:: m.
General Estrada sat In his own Rubriz must have some meet- I WANTED I Ii FLEMING STREET METHODIST, "Victorious Living." I

study and Alvarez stood before him. ing-place appointed with his com i Model CHURCHCor. Young Peoples' meeting at 630 METHODIST EPISCOPAL

Upon the table Alvarez laid down rade. Somewhere they were to join OF BASKETBALL ANTED-To exchange I Ii o'clock. Miss\ Vanessa Collins, CHURCH. SOUTH
the little pouch of heavy gold. He i T Ford Truck for typewriter.Apply ,
together. Instead of Rnbriz at that : Fleming and William Street president.The .
laid also tho arc of metalwork at 614 Grinnel street. i i i
meeting-place the men ot General-' Shuler Peele, Pastor Board of Stewards will "EL SALVADOR"

which had five points with an emerald Estrada would appear! WIRES I HEFFNER VINSON PLAYERS mar2-ltx Sunday school at 9:45 a. m meet on Monday evening. at 7:30 I II I Corner Grinnell and VirginiaI
In each big. shining COACH HUDDLESTON I
one-a At their head would be General FEMALE HELP William N. Knowles. superintendent o'clock. I I L I Streets

emerald. Estrada himself and the general TO PROF. O'BRYANT RELATIVE I TO PRESENT "THE CAB- in charge. Classes for all :I The Sunday School Workers' I (Services in Spanish)
"You to be rewarded.
are going hoped with all his heart that the Council will meet on Tuesday Sunday school 10 a. m.
Alvarez, aald the generaL I! TONIGHT
could be with him. ages.Morning
should become a colonel suddenly meeting Sparetime; $5 to $15 weekjy. worship at 11 o'clock. 1 evening at 7:30 o'clock.. Preaching 8 p. m.
self on horseback.The Midweek prayer and praise Mothers' Club meets Monday
would It surprise your Experience unnecessary. Digni- Holy Communion. I I I
general knew perfectly his f for Intermediate League : service; on Wednesday evening at 8p.m.
"Have I not heard a rumor about ; fied work. Send stamp particulars Epworth
imitations. Afoot he was not an Professor Horace O'Bryant is The Heffner-Vinson Players, Venda- 7:30 m.Choir .- Bible study and service,
your kIndness. sir?" answered Al HAWKINS Dept. meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss\ p. prayer
varez. But also I was noticing that Impressive backed by figure.his enormous Astride his voice horse and, in receipt of a telegram from i will present tonight for the last 269 Box 75 Hammond. Ind. line Watkins superintendent.I I. rehearsal on Friday eve- Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Coach Huddleston giving the Girl." Department ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph
there are five emeralds. his huge swinging time "The Cabaret mar2-ltx Young People's
'Fiver said the generaL "Thereare moustache preceded by he was an impressive status on the game which the High I Toby who goes to Chicago to meets at 6:30 p. }t.. Miss Mary : Sawyer organist; Gerald Saunders "LA TRINIDAD"Revs.
ten-but only five In this School Varsity lost yesterday MALE HELP WANTED Felton, president. choir director. L. Oser and Montero.
figure. morning to Lake Worth.. at the see the ..sights winds up in a 7:30 Pastors
broken at
damned fragment- Ah well no general could have ', Evening worship !
I everything! district tournament in Miami. I night club, and the scenes he has "FlanteX" Sanforized Spring and o'clock. This will be. a. special FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Duval and _Angela Streets

H Ii: felt that he was talking on a Rosita was brought In a hurry. Coach: Huddleston's telegram is 1 while there are very amusing I Summer Suits $4.95. Direct youth service with the pastor Sunday school, 3 p. TO.

little too freely.No matter what Mateo Rubriz was marched into the as! follows: I This part was played by Jimmie I I producers wanted. Liberal com- using as his subject: "If I Were :I Eaton Street Between' Duval and Service in Spanish, Friday, at

Alvarez might guess there wa no room between two guards. He was Professor Horace O'Bryant I Heffner, who played his part so I mission. Sales kit. Bonus Suit A Youth Again." I Simonton Streets '7'0p.m. ,
use confirming him in such plain not as tall as either ot them but be High School I ready. Southern Clothing Manufacturing Midweek prayer service, Wed : James S. Day, Pastor
words. So ha broke off. scowling a made them insignificant; as a little. Key West Florida \ natural he would make a country I Co., Winder Ga.mar2ltx. nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. : Bible School at 9:45 a. m. CHRISTIAN SCI :NCE SOCIETY

little. frail. skinny pair of natives would Couldn't get going until last boy ashamed of himself., it is Regular monthly meeting of. Morning worship at 11 o'clock.

"What I noticed" said Alvarez"Is look beside a huge gorilla from the half account cold. 98 per cent al- said. i I the Board of Stewards Monday at The subject of the sermon will be: 327 Elizabeth Street

that five makes an odd number, African forest. most packed gym. For us poor decision You can phone 9117 or call ati I I FEMALE HELP, WANTED 8 p. m. at the church. I. "Does My Church Deserve Me." Sunday school, 9:30 a. m\

whereas ten-or. four-is exactly Ills manner was calmly composed. by referee on two goals : Page's soda fountain from 31 I - for adver- Senior choir will practice imme. The Baptist Training Union Sunday morning service at 11

even." Ills eye was full open direct. When made with fouls caused crowd to o'clock till 6 and reserve your ADDRESS envelopes diately after the mid-week service. meets at 6:30 o'clock. o'clock.
The hint was very broad but the he spoke there Walt no tremoi of his excessively hoot referee bringing!! seats. after 6 at the box officeat I I tisers. Earn $15 weekly Experience Mrs. P. E. Roberts, directoress. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday evening service at
general could not see or understand could have guessed : unnecessary. Stamp 8 o'clock.
; voice. No one the Tent Theater.
technical fouls one was
2 on us. ; Intermediate choir will practice Sermon subject: "A Ninty-Eight
without too much pain. Therefore, that his last chances of living were made. Was heartbreaking game to i Monday and Tuesday this; company brings: details. Hercules Sys Thursday at 7 m. Miss I Cents Man." Reading room in Society build-
be only looked wistfully at Major I I tem. Box 287, Detroit, Mich. p. and Fridays
I Tuesdays
passing away. ing
: that open
I lose but couldn't be helped.HUDDLESTON. will present a play ran Susan LaKin directoress. Wednesday evening the fourthof '
Alvarez as though at a gure far Estrada said. "Rosita. this 1:. not : I I at the Belmont Theater in New mar2-ltx series of talkS on "Every-Day from 3 ,to 5 o'clock.

away. the man you thought to be El Keed?" The local team licked the Lake York for one year-a comedy in PRESBYTERIAN a for the eveningwill
I FIRST Living. Subject
The wind had changed clearingthe "No. said tho girl. LADIES: Earn money doing: THE SALVATION ARMY
sky and letting the moon shine "Do you know who this is? Have Worth quintet on two occasionsthis three acts "Kempy. needlework at home. No can- CHURCHJ. be: "Mirages ofLife."

through.The general now turned his you ever seen him before?" season, both decisive victories. vassing. Stamped envelope Captain Vernon W. Walker, Offi-

head and looked. with a sigh: at the "Never before. But I think I've When the news came of the loss to PLAN CONCERT ATJACKSONSQUARE brings particulars. ROYAL C. Gekeler, Pastor CHURCH OF COD cer in Charge

l11oon-brl ht.ned he a v ens. The seen pictures of a man who has been the Lake Worth team local fans NOVELTY CO.. Portsmouth. Corner of White and Washington 1002 Fleming Street

strength of his sigh parted the dense kind to the 1-oor-Mateo Pubriz!" were unable to understand why the I I Ohio. mar2ltxINSTRUCTIONS Streets 1106 Olivia Street Company meeting (Sunday

brush of his mustache and allowed She drew a little towards him as boys had been defeated. This telegram !I Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Ichool), 9:30 a. m.

hU pouting; lips to be seen and the she spoke. Rubriz spat at her. explains the results. C. Elgin, superintendent. Sunday school 3:30: p. m. Holiness meeting, 11 a. m.
full majesty ot that enormous chin. "Strike him on the mouth!" commanded The Adult Bible Class is taughtby Sunday night service, 7:15 Y. P. L. meeting 6:15: p. m.

"Five!" muttered the generaL Estrada. TO BE PUT ON TOMORROW PIANO-Thorough individual instruction .the, pastor in a study of theActs" o'clock. Salvation meeting 7:45 a. In.
"Whereas four." said the major, "No In the name of Heaven!" said NEW SHOW 1oMdHT: at''reasonable rates.c t the Apostles.Morning'Worship Evangelistic service, Wednesday -

gent,1y persistent. "would make an the girL ; : Charles Roberts. at 11 o'clock.:
r exactly even number. The soldier. his fist raised, looked NIGHTCLUB HERE I It ;. ", .' MAraret 'street. < v, ? Sermon/topic; "Is It Mine,",H' {: Prayer and praise service Fri I'
I With his strong fingers, slowly with an Inquiring grin at his commander rER': ', BAND .,..: o'clock.Sernion'topic 'Street
.tt" marl2.468.ll13.lSxu at,7:30
I : Teachers' meet 1017 FlemIng
.. yiig1worship: :1- . day, 7:30 p. m.,
the general broke away an emerald\ and Estrada In turn"atareat ,. 1 : "Our Advocate," I R, T. Sawyer Teacher
ff Its setting at the end ef the arc. She And he --r- ing. .
tm the girL was paler. bana-Madrid . '. '1. MISCELLANEOUS "1 Mhi-wWk'; 'hour
Patrons of the II i iCtul I. Bible study ; Bible study Friday, 7:30 p. m.
'hi jewel into the palmof her for
lie dropped had been lips
smile that on ,Selections to be played by Wel- 7:3Q ,, /The service 1030va.
) are promised ajn entirely Wednesday at > P' m Latin'Mission Sabbath ; m.
his hand. As prt ot the crown It was enUrely gone. She looked ALL MAKES, KADIOSnREPAIR.ED .
years newi' wteiught itb the outtarinkttraction -' ter'sCornet Band tom.orrow'aft. .cycle of speeches in the and
sb tbirdt ,, Tuesdays
:' 'fi 1 ,Services Sundays,
but b. Itself f
beautiful fie
b had been seen like an older sister of that Rosita % by authorized 'radiotrician. '
: increased strangely. ; ?t -dance, ernoon rim i Jackson .Square were:I Book1"of Job, chapters 22 to 31, Thursdays, conducted 07 Rev. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
Its, beauty> had known. She looked like a woman Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela
announced this morning. The : will form the text for study. Special -
He closed his eyes and held out who has borne children and lost interpreted by Rosalie a famous street. Phone 866J. Charles E. Lazo. CHURCH
his hand. them. artist who was featured at the concert will start at .& :30 p. m. feb23-lmox emphasis will be placed on Sunday school l. 9:30 a. m. I -
Tony Welters is the director. I the Mercy of God at the midweekLenten Colored
Delicately as a bird could pick upa "Let Rubriz be." said Estrada. Century of Progress Exposition.Since I ( )

grain, the cold finger tips of the "You can go. Rosita. You are only the opening night of this The program follows: BICYCLES services beginning with CATHOLIC CHURCH I 717 Simonton Street

major removed the emerald from sure that you never saw this man excellent club, the patrons have America. Wednesday. During: Holy Week I Rev. Alfred DeBarritt Pastor

the hot hand of Estrada. before?If you saw El did been lavish in their praise of the March, "Lights Out"-E. E.: WE RENT by the Hour, Day orWeek. services will be held each eve- St. Mary's Star of the Sea I Morning service at 11 o'clock.

\VelL there would be a chance, not see him with this Rubriz" floor show, music and facilitiesfor MfCoy. Repair all makes and ning. Rev. Wm Reagan S. J., Sermon by Elder Evans to the

one day to silence this man's ton- "No." said the girL dancing and other forms of Waltz, "Rosella" W. S. paint them with Nn-EnameL We in charge i young people.

gn_forever. She was turning away when Rubriz delightful: entertainment.With Skaggs. carry a full supply of parts. LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Order of services for this Church school 3:30 p. m. Valueof

"As a matter of fact" said :ihe major said to her: "Take a gift from the added feature announced Overture "Czarina"-F. G. Agent for- the Rollfast Bicycles} CHURCH..SOUTH. church: truth.

looking down at the emerald me away with yoi sweetheart for tonight. the manage. Rathbun. I and ,eU them as low as 91.00 Sunday morning Masses will be "To thine own self be true andit
"it Is easy to see that this Is onlya curse on :your pretty little face. May ment feels assured that every Fox Trot "Wagon Wheels" per week. J. L. Stowers Music Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. must follow as the night the

paste imitation. the small-pox bite white holes In lover of the art of Terpsichore Billy Hill. Company. janl8-lmo Rer. W. J. Martin Pastor Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. day, thou canst not then be falseto
Church at 9:45
"Ha? cried Estrada. IU"! a. m, "
the offering of ,March.UEI Capitan"-Sousa. o'clock any man.
will be thrilled by Evening service at 7:30 ,
"I mean" said Alvarez "a man Harper 4 Brotheri with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent "The
(Copyright. DH Rosalie. Those who intend going Overture "Plantation Echoes" FOR RENT Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOSTAL Evening at 7:30 o'clock.
with the sort of an eye can :!
Estrada. Monday tries to break will do well it is said, to make -Thomas. Coates. first sin against the purity of the
see that It Is not the jewel that wasToday's the will of Rubris.ReoIutionary Morning worship at 11 o'clock. "
early reservations and be sure of Fox Trot, "I'll String Along FURNISHED BUNGALOW FOR Sermon "General Rules." MISSION Christian Church.
.----.-- --- ----- .'- --, - accommodation. With You"-Warren and Dubin. RENT-All modem conven- subject: I "A lie which is half a truth is

........................ liberal, Wisconsin March, "Th$ York Fireman"B. iences. 632 William street I be Sacrament'observ d of. ,Lord's. Supper will 909 Olivia Street ever the blackest of lies."
.S..SSS....SS5SS5SS.S F. Crumling. Apply Valdes Bakery. feb23 Spiritual: "Standing in the need
politician and lawyer Union .gen Junior Epworth League meetsat Wm. Skondeen Pastor "

eral. St. Louis newspaper editor Today's Birthdays Star Spangled Banner Key. FOR RENT 4:00", m. llrs..V.! A. Archerin Sunday morning worship, 11 of prayer.

Anniversaries and U. S. Senator Secretary of ..0..555...5.....a.,.a.* ........................ NICELY FURNISHED BUNGALOW charge., o'clock. I I BEARUP3 DRY CLEANING
the Interior publicist born in Ger. at 827 Duval street Apply Intermediate Epworth League Sunday school. for all 3:30 p. WORKS. 614 MARGARET ST.

.....S..555505..55505055 many. Died in New. 'York Hay Dr. William C. Carl, of New Today In History 825 Duval street. mar2tf meets at 5:00 p. .m. Mrs' S. J. m. PHONE 152-M. U<20
14. 1906. York City noted organist, bornat Pierce in charge. Sunday night evangelistic service -
1769-DeWitt 'Clinton, among S$5 5 5 5SS S S..SSSSeaSaSS5S1835DiedFrancis
Bloomfield N. J., 70 years ago. FOR SALE Young People's Departmentmeets 7:15 o'clock.Tuesday
New York's great statesmen savant I, of Austria at 6:30 p. m. Miss Norma 7:15 p. m., prayer and

and philanthropist. born Albany in 1831-Alexander E. Ore not Kathryn N. Adams of Walpole noted ruler. TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 I Yates president. praise service. Over-Sea Hotel

Orange Co. N. Y. Died at : ed New York City merchant and Mas*., former president of the sheets 75c. The Artman Press. Evening worship at 7:30 Friday, 7:15 p. m-, fellowship

Feb. 11, 1828. I civic worker of his day born in I Woman's College Constantinople 1839-Died Zerah Colburn, aug7 o'clock. Sermon subject: "Pass-I meeting. 017 FLEMING STREET

1793-Sam Houston Tennessee Ireland. Died June 3, 1914. born in Bohemia (of American aged 34, American. mathematical ing Through the Iron Gate." Saturday 2:30 p. m.. boys' and ROOM. m..i.r water __ $1.00

soldier lawyer and governor, Tex- i parentage), 59 years ago. prodigy BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now Regular monthly meeting of the r girls' church. I ROOM witk Lath ... ... .. 1.50

an soldier-leader in their struggle -- lOe each or 3 for 25e at The Board of Stewards on Monday at WEEKLY RATES
1836-John W. Foster, In- Alice Foote MacDougall of New 1854-Steamer City of Glasgow 7:30 MIXED BIBLE CLASS
for independence and first president Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen p..ra.
of Texts U. S. Senator and diana soldier lawyer editor diplomat I York foodshop fame born 68 with 450 on board sailed Building. oct5 Prayer and praise service each Newly. R.... .

governor after annexation born Secretary of State his. years ago. from Liverpool to Philadelphia and Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monticino. N.w EqnIpeat

near Lexington. Died in Texas. torian and professor born in Pike never heard of again. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 Young people's choir practice Teachers N.y Maaag..ntANYWRE

July 2C 1863.1829Carl Co., Ind. Died Nov. 15, 191'1.I 'I' Inez Haynes Irwin of New York sheets $1.25. The Artman each Thursday at 6:30 p. m. This class meets every Sunday

City author:, born in Brazil, 62 National.Boreas. of Education -. Preaa, Citizen Building. Church choir practice each Fri, morning at the Harris School auditorium NO CLEANER HOTEL

Schurz, German I Subscribe to The Citizen. I yean ago' ": ;{o:'. . created by Act of Congresa. Jun27tf dayat730p.m.. S-I at 10 o'clock. Men and -

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:-: :x: BRIEF SESSION MRS. STOWERS i 112 PASSENGERS Spencer of this city who recently

advertised for a job by describing
Temperature* 1 and warmer .tonight and Sunday;: : herself
as "unreliable
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress KSUNDAY
Highest ,-- .;.70; I lazy," received more than 100
'PHONE 752-J FINANCES Lowest _ _ _ ._.,._..__64. (f- Steamship Cuba of the P. and answers; no jobs.

!................................... ... .*...... WAS ONLY BUSINESS Mean __. 67 I M O. S. S. company, sailed yesterday -
Normal Mean 71 DECEASED DIED IN HAVANA afternoon for Havana with
Grace Williamson of New Or-

Key West Art Gallery Will Be TRANSACTEDThe I Rainfall TUESDAY EVENING; FOR. : 10-1 first class passengers and leans has become the new editor

Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. :eight second class, three automObiles and manager of The Reveille

One OF City'sMain, Show Spots regular meeting of the City I Normal-ThIs rrcrd Precipitation rvtrra :4-b.ur__ .04..Ins..Teadlac : I 1 MERLY MADE HER RESI. four tons of freight and Louisiana State University's student -

.-, Council? \ last night was given over at 8 .'..1_..*this matulmf I II J DENCE IN, KEY-WEST' ;251 Jc\s J'mll. . . paper.
Thursday night February 28th. son., Klir I A.. Beek. F.uTownsend to the discussion of finances, with I Tomorrow' Almanac i : 't : ,j Fefilairried from 1ba ,

saw; the formal opening of the Key Morgan Alfredo di.Giorgio Crimi, practically n'o'ther business transacted .- Sun rises ._._. 6:48 a. m.! ;, 'I> 'I e' :)-esterdjiN.afternoon with one. Carpf Subscribe> to. The Citizen.PALACE.

West Art Gallery in the Lowe Richard >Jansen Stanley A .,Wood, during the'brief session, except ? Havana : I tankage one of sugar 165
I Sun sets _..._.... ...._ 6:30 p. m. FaIr Warmer ( Post) (eft'Irs.
house here at Caroline and Duval Peter Rotier and .Erik.,Ju' Smith! that of. a,few routine matt : acks'of mail, 23 empty cars and I
*' .. I. Moon rises _...._ _. 5:33 a. m. ) Maria F. ,Stowers", wife. oi 1 1Bela
streets wherein is displayed the Some of William Hoffra& ri ,,,u .. : Moon sets .......__ 5:10 p. m. gentle to moderate easterly winds..i ftwo passenger;
paintings drawings and etchings will later be hung there. .Due; !_ to, absence of the city New moon, 4th ....h".*. 9:40 p. m.: Florida: Fair tonight and Sun-' John L. Stowers, proniinent11a; I Steamsnip Brazos arrived 9:45Iait. Lugosi-Wallace Ford in j

conceived and executed by the ten This new\ Art Caljejry, tffcjrnv clerkwloyasjll; ,at. his home, Tomorrow's Tides I day; warmer except on the extreme vana resident and distributor of night* from Galveston.' After MYSTERIOUS MR. WONG
artists connected with the FERA. ing and lovely wherein,the f th.e:minutes of the previous A.M. P.M. southeast coast. Atwater Kent radios: '"here l .died I taking on cargo of sea food products I

The hostess committee of ings on display can be paint-I meeting were dispensed with,' I High .................. 8:44: 8:42 Jacksonville to Florida Straits:' suddenly Tuesday evening at \,.:30 f live'turtle, canned turtle Comedy and Short Reel

Thursday evening with Mrs. Ed- good, clear light and and after the reading of the cur- Low .................... 2:33 2:06: Gentle southerly winds over north o'clock at her home at 445 Calle cigars and miscellaneous items, Matinee lOc-lSc; Nifht' : l-25c
ward Bruce as chairman consisted their best advantage, is destinedto rent bills, the meeting was order II Barometer at 8 a. m. today: : portion and gentle northeast or the ship sailed for New York.
of William II. Malone. the chow 15 bet. 8-10 streets, Vedado. Her Freighter Alamo is due
Mrs. become one of spots ed adjourned. I Sea level. 30.26. : east winds over south portion and tomorrow -
Mrs. Julius F. Stone, Jr., Mrs. of Key West,' and will be visitedby fair weather tonight and Sunday. death was attributed to heart morning from. New York, en ..
.................. ..... I
William R. Porter, Mrs. Carlton practically every. newcomer to I Lowest Highest East Gulf: Gentle to moderateeast failure. route to Tampa and New Or-

B. Hurst and Mrs. M. E. Gilfond. the city. Station- Last Night Yesterday and southeast winds. leans.
PERSONAL MENTIONBerlin Burial will take place in Key I
and these ladies warmly and hos- This, with the Hospitality House i Abilene .._m".._ 54 70 TYPEWRITINGPAPER

pitably welcomed the hundreds of and the Aquarium, form a trio of ........................i i I Atlanta ............ 38 56 WEATHER CONDITIONS West, Florida, the former homeof VARIETY OF MATERIAL

visitors who attended the opening. I unusual and beautiful' places that Boston .............. 32 36 Mrs. Stowers Sunday March
Among the artists whose workis will more than please out of town- Sawyer who was in Miami I Buffalo .........._ 34 42 Pressure continues high over 3, the remains to be transferredvia HOUSTON, Texas-floss R.

on exhibition at the gallery is'1 I ers visiting here and prove for several days for treat I Charleston ........ 44 54 southeastern sections Jacksonville the P. and O. line, leaving the .Wolfe of this city has built a

Adrian J. Dornbush Avery John-'''credit to Key West. a.. ment by an osteopath returnedthis I Chicago ...._.... 38 50 Fla., 30.40 inches, and is deceased's home at 8 a. m. for house of petrified wood and fossils -
morning. Arsenal pier, to be placed aboardthe gathered from 17 states and
t -- Denver ....._..._. 34 58
Detroit ........_.. 36 44 moderately high over the Dakotas, Cuba of that line. foreign countries.! I 75c

Junior Woman's Club Holds Commodore Frederick Wagner, Galveston ........... 60 66 Williston, N. D., 30.08 inches; M'r$. Stowers was a native of

i owner of the Yacht Paula Louise, Havana _._._ 62' ,? ,,-": whil5,disturbances\ , central over Key West: Fla. She resided in,
who was in Miami and Miami l. ul.r 4JJ i. Package of 500 Sheets
EnjoyableMeeting'Yesterday Huron w ." .32 .: ,. .Eli, the"'Lake i Superior trtfiion, south- Havana since 1904. She is sur-
Beach for' a'Visit with friends-: ->- :* ;--{jr. .! ; V've'd ..3 ., -\niif t..turned'. 6y1'lpfanellhis'moriting.. ,Jacksonvillef,46f: 64 ,,. ;rn (IPlat&ad'l : State:I and off theleathern ? GOOD QUAUTY/BQND
L/ aflo .. ... $% rf Mrs. ;Angeliq'ne( Wnfree,12i SHIRLEY TEMPLE: in
I vji. ,Kansa-City ,,3Gi, , .
ti'niWin. -e t i
{tThe.{ Junior 'Woman Club of Michigan playing:were much enjoyed .1 KEY-WEST 4. ,. 'l'70 t } IM4.U California. .coast. over- ji ece'MiU Maria .li Win'free, now BRIGHT1EYESMatinee PAPER .
"' : 4s SfUU.:: '( ).
Key West yesterday afternoon by the large number of I : R. Porter, president of the .,Little Rock .. Ol 60 *f.r ppre4Lprtor the remainder 'ofhe a .tenanjj) f.N'' w. York Univeiit uq. VI
; dP0 .. ,
held their regular Friday social young ladies pr ent. ( ,firit National Bantf.l'who! was' in Los Angeles ...-.I7'.-8...'. 66Louisville' .otry! bu1ih? ,. if:_:, .on.OA a id' a nephew, Luis E. Wihfree, : Balcony,.10c{ Orchettf. *- Itf :;U'
meeting at the Womans Clubhouse {Miami:: for a few days'' business; t'to \n ,' connected' in'business with Mr t THE : .
those attending (3U.lj ._.._..I44L' 60 ,.c ; {> jp.3ht. 15-20e; Night, 15.25c - "'I
on Division street, with the Misses Among ye 'teiurn'ed'by. plane today.I J . Miamt.JLJ'M1': '"' 70 >9.7 incbesARiin;' lias'"occurred; Stowers. in 'J,avana. '. '.
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social Miss : -
Martha Carbonell and Betty Cur- day's were Minneapolis{ .LSO' 'If>' 38 during the last'24'1iours in' California Mr. Stouers;,. announced 'l st I ARTMAN PRESSCitizen

tis officiating as hostesses for the wood, the Misses Norma and Clara Dr. Wm. R. Vn"feturnedby New Orleans .... 52 62 being heavy in the southern evening Christian Science servi r

occasion Yates!!, Mrs. Hugh Taylor Mils plane this morning from Miami New York ........ 36 40 portion, Los Angeles report ces would be held at the home of .
There four tables of Nellie Louise Russell! Miss Florrie where he had been visiting ? 1.16 inches. The only other Bldg.PHONE ..
were ing the
[i Pensacola!' .......... 48 56 deceased this afternoon at
bridge in and also a tableof Ketchings Mrs. Dumont Huddleston briefly. I measurable precipitation has been .fr"
progress I(: Pittsburgh ......- 46 50 5:30 o'clock.Mr. 51SHOES
Michigan. Miss Nellie Louise Miss Marguerite Goshorn, i St. Louis .......... 44 62 light snow in northern Michigan. Stowers and Mr. Winfree
Russell was the winner of the I Miss Juanita Mayg, Mrs. Millard Albert F. Simmons prominent [ Salt Lake City.44 60 Temperatures have fallen some- will accompany the remains to

high score prize, with Miss Dorothy Johnson Miss Dorothy Cleare, in the business world of Worcester, I San Francisco ..48 60 what in' the far West and have Key West for burial. .
Cleare being awarded the consolation Mrs. Isabel Ball. Miss Solito Cobo. Massachusetts.[ was an arrival yesterday risen throughout most other sections
I Seattle .............. 36 52
prize.Refreshments. Miss Nell Rose Knight Miss Ma- and will spend a few weeksas I 70 of the country with read- PANOPTIKS
I I Tampa ............ 50
consisting of egg: tilda Knight, Miss Edith Russell, the guest of Captain W. Bradford Washington ....".. 40 54 ings generally above normal from CASA MARINA The PANOPTIKS SEGMENThas

and olive sandwiches, ham spread i Miss Leota Grillion. Miss!! Louise Smith at the home, corner I Williston .......... 18 44 the Rocky Mountain States eastward Key. West's Hotel De Luxe been designed from a study
cheese crackers and cocoa were: Ketchum. Miss Camille Pierce of Greene and Whitehead streets. I t except in northern Michigan of eye movements to permit a

served, and these refreshments,: Miss Alee Curry and numerous I WEATHER FORECASTTill and the East Gulf and South American Plan large useful reading image at

together with the bridge and, others. Mrs. Henry Carey and ; Atlantic States. 200 Delightful Rooms each the same time to leave a maxi- We Bring You a Most Stunning

---- ter, Miss Miriam, left dauh-I l ( 8 p. m., Sunday) I .' G. S. KENNEDY, with Private Bath mum distance field. The difference Array of -

afternoon for a short Key West and Vicinity: Fair Official in Charge. Evening Dinner ._-___ $2.00 in size and shape be- SPRING STYLES
I Mis Rose Crusoe ToWed relatives and friends in Miami. I t Luncheon ._ ..... 1.50
Card Party On I[ __ __-_ T. tween the PANOPTIK segment Styles' that are the high points
In JacksonvilleMr. n I Afternoon Tea _ _ .50 I and the round segment of older of every 1935 Spring mode .
Monday EveningMuch Mrs. Emil Sweeting left yesterday -1 FAMILY SOCIETY or a la Carte type Bifocales represents the new leathers new fabrics .'.

afternoon for Miami to join I PRIZE OFFERED I Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with I savings for useful vision in the new combinations. Choose
is attached and Mrs. Hilary A. Crusoe,I Mr. ofan broth-
local interest I Sweeting superintendent I PHILADELPHIA Six Casino Panoptik. from the largest stock ever

to the forthcoming benefit card of 322 announced Simonton the street engagementof yesterday was insurance attending company a conference here, who in FOR BEST ESSAY j ers-in-law of this city who mar- :Masseur in Attendance DR..J. A. VALDES carried priced riJht.Ladies' by. this store. AH

party announced for Monday: eve- ried the six Carson sisters, have PETER SCHUTT Mgr Hosiery. Chiffon and
Jacksonville. [ Orthofoa Soft-Lite Licenco
ning, March 4, at Woman's Club, their daughter Miss Rose BY G. KLEISER formed the Brothers-in-Law Association 532 Dnval Street 'Service weights, 40 shadesto
Crusoe to Fin. I --- select from ; ,pairguarauteed
Elizabeth Harry .
St. every
and sponsored by Mary's Mrs. Charles Russell left yesterday !- and meet every Friday J
/ special pair The
Tickets selling well layson. afternoon for Miami where I 10--
parish. are night to discuss methods of getting NEW AND GUARANTEED
and reservations made indicate Miss Crusoe left yesterday she will spend a few days with AUTHOR OFFERING PRIZE OF along with their wives. SPRING SILKS-
afternoon to join Mr. Finlaysonin relatives.
that the entertainment will be an Fla. where the I UOlTSBERG'SReceived Exclusive de,!fns in !beantl
Jacksonville TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS tal harmony. It cannot be successfully ful and distinctive Pure Silk.
unqualified success. Mrs. A. M. wadding will be solemnized to Misses Edith and Annabelle I r
ANY SUB. counterfeited. It is a D. ARONOVITZDepartment Petit. de Soie; Petite d* ChintjRough
Hewitt and Miss Adelaide Mc- day.After Moffat daughters of Mr. and 1 1lUrs. FOR ESSAY ON spontaneous expression of your Mallin- Crepes Imported Cord

Keown are in charge of arrange- the ceremony the newly Victor Moffat left yesterday -: JECT OF PRACTICAL VALUE inmost nature.Agreeableness. son's Printed the new ed Silk, all color j Flat Chiffons -
Silks Chiffons
ments assisted by other membersof weds will spend their honeymoon, for Marathon where they will is like a lighted Printed Crepes. Plain Chiffons, Store ; O-U Crepe I. WhiU. .
and then Lake City where with their real novelty Printed Flat Chif.
go to spend the week-end otherwise ;
candle that cheers an and Flowered Georgettes. Come
St. Mary's parish. they will make their future home. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ion; Printed Chif font PrUted
Players are requested to bring Grenville Kleiser, the author, dark and desolate room. and see them. Largest stockof 618 DUVAL STREET Flat Crepes, Crinkled Crepos.
Moore. : Silks and Cotton Piece Goodsin
cards. Any card game may be offers a prize of twenty-five Agreeableness attracts friends Printed Taffeta yard 69c

played at individual tables, andit Tennis Tea Sunday lars for the best essay of dOl-I and good Cortune.Agreeableness Key West. Silk Organdy, all colors, per
Mrs. J. A. Duane and daughters relieves a tense MONDAY SALE .___ $1.00
is stated there will be a prize At Casa Marina three hundred and fifty words yard ?
offered for high score at each Patricia and Jacqueline left subject of practical value. situation and ventilates a harassed 10 pieces new Summer Prints COTTON FABRICS

table. As this will be a St. Sunday yesterday afternoon to spend a any Rules: Manuscripts must b, mind as no other power can do so on sale yard ..._........+ .. 20c Ladies' White Linen, and' Shipment of Piece Goods
Another of the popular few days with Mr. Duane at Long
will not be re Fruit-of-thc-Loonv Prints on just received includes Printed
Patrick's Day party the color typewritten and
decorations will be green and afternoon tennis teas.will be held:I Key. turned. They must be originaL A well.The day brings its inevitable sale, yard .........,... ..... ..i ISc fiovelty Cloth Shoes, Finest I Flaxons; Printed Unenst Print
tomorrow at Casa Mknina.A' increased ed Printed Chiffon
Cancelled orders, Corduroy
problems. 81x90 Wearwell Sheets on ;
white with symbols of the day : contestant submit several es
number of matches have Captain Veral Roberts of the may Contest taxes!, unforeseen disap- sale .n.............. '......... $1.00 Makes- Voile.MONDAY
decorating tallies, and to one.
score pads rays. Open any
been arranged, with Mrs. S. S. Monroe county Ferry system left pointments, foolish mistakes, unwarranted Service Weight Silk Hose on SPECIALS
other table and 1935. Winner's
requisites, re Durfee, the Misses Norma and yesterday afternoon for Isla- closes July 1, name Author interruptions-the best sale, pair ._..... ....__ 59e Imported Dotted Swiss, all
freshments. A door is will in The American -
prize' an Clara Yates, Robert Frost, Car morada after a brief visit with his appear antidote for these is agreeable New Spring Hats on sale $1.98 colors per yard __,_ 49e
added attraction. roll Frost and others participating. family. Upland, Indiana for August ness.: Pure Silk Slips with lace Silk Finish Printed Seersucker

This promises to be one of the 1935. Mail to: Grenville Kleiser. If your task it hard be agree tops ..._._,_ ,....._.._ $1.00 special Monday, yard 39c
largest social events of the year (Essay Contest), One West Silk Seersucker yard _.. 59.
As the will Joseph Bennett, who was in Key ?
customary games ,. i closing out
and those who like to are Street, New York City. ableU' ,..I i $1.98 Silk.Bags, 40 inch White B tiaUriper
play jar z iJ. I. t.JolVI' : '
be played on the Casa MarUa t (Vest. the interests.of his ap- : \ IJ'fHt'! 0 at:: t.: $1.00
,invited' to make url reserva n Here is Mr. K'' lser's specimen .: .. ."nne., J\F9\: < g.. ; yard ,.---' -,-..t.L'Jy Oc
is announced. tennis courts, and tea scrVitt >lication for a franchise' permit-' j for guidance i : J' q ',''n ' t ; ' ;1 .IIanl, %1nliroidered\ ..Ni ight. Pique: all colors: a&Ji4.2

tionstit will be in progress on the lawn,, &i'Ii\ the operation of"a fctJSf line, "essay" 'I,. ..''your., >0, Broadcloth, .all colors...yd. Uc
: "
the etfyesterday for')1ia'irU? It-.1fil , ,, Be Arreeahle [ : GJtI't VI* Printed Flaxons, all colors,
surrounding c>iDeMolay 1 "H (! \ teFK..HI. .'Vm"If ll'IqWeieJJlftiste Night' )
Hi j I.i' ]Hlf. 01| I..h ; of > I IIH ; .. .. washable
Winter Visitors J K: ._ gvefleness J one 1hife'sreates men mahgrt you, ;t' ..-.-- :. ---: fl.oe"Childr '; guaranteed yd. 20c
I Dance :1-1 Mr. apd Mrs Mervin Albury \ s&ets. It.opens doors of rr able.pjiivi.u I : i.::k:lOkiiib- !>.. ;* i rf.ik! ,.Paam s' ;Fe OXFORDS 40 inch Plain',rOrgandy. all 1

Returning Home fe'ft"yesterday for r 'Ta vernier' to' ,friendship. opportunity ; and 'Ilyotf''arfef alfoutstol J lo$ ,, your j trtar $1.00Pat'L.!' Lf152!: colors, yard _._. 25.LADIE3' .

------ 1; Grand Success pend a'WHire'Vith'' Mr. ""Albury's, achievement. It is.the first Quality terre>>r-; instaatlrtcnrb.. tw: :;.,. '5dc. 'SeersuckW'spVcia'l: ;:' i. "Monjday -- ( . |JND, JRWEAR, >

.Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Cramer mother and other relatives. 'f" that employers seek in applicants$ ,BE >AGREEABLE!.'. '.. at ....._'__ 39c Now ,showing the larges
guests at Casa Marina, and who, DeMolay dance given last night for responsible positions.We 36 and 40 inch Pillow Tubing, and finest stock 0(' Ladies'Misses'

have spent several months in Key by members of Robert J. Perry Miss Betty Maloney, in chare; \ like agreeable salesmen. BENJAMIN LOPEZ on sale, per yard .____ 20e and Children's Under-
West, are today leaving for their section of speakers, hotel Pure Linen Table Cloths $1.00 wear.
Chapter proved to be a grand of the transportation lawyers public FUNERAL HOME 5 doz. Silk Satin Slips, at

home at Cramerton, N. C. I success. The large crowd in attendance the plane service, left yesterday clerks, porters motormen, boot E.taItU.hed 49 Year Extra size Step-Ins, regular75c each _... _..._._,.. $1.00
._ SOc
While here Mrs. Cramer was : comfortably filled the afternoon for a conference with blacks, barbers, acquaintances and ICeI" Wail's Old..t at Pure- Silk 5 doz. All Silk Flat Crepe Slips
out $1.98
vcry active in the social life of I Cuban Club on Duval street. officials in Miami. friends. X4-H_r ,Amb.Uac 3.rrieUCMM Closing Pajamas for _._ $1.00 each _._._'i- $1.00

the city, attending a great number -i Music for the occasion was fur. Get the habit of being agree ** E.blm.rPV Special table of Silks, up to Better Slips up to __. $5.95

of teas, luncheons and din- : nished by Tommy Thompson's Or- Mrs. A. D. Schuldt. who was in able-first with yourself. Begin ... IS* Ni.kt "t ft&.W $1.00, yard _.. SOc Large showing Children'gUnderwear
ners given in her honor and was 'chestra which was supported by Key West for a month as guest of' the day with a smile that emtn-j 50c New Tissue Gingham on Panties, Bloomers including Slips
also much interested Grover Albury and sale _.._.__ 39e Step-ins,
in the Old :the Heffner-Vinson orchestra Mr.\ and Mrs. ates from inner serenity.The yard Pajamas, Etc.
Trading Post which is owned other friends left yesterday for New Checked Flaxons, see
by making up a 12 piece band. real test of your agreeableness rKEY WESTCOLONIAL PUMPS READYTOWEARAdvance
Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke her 'I Next Thursday night the combined Chicago where Mr. Schuldt is an and geniality is when every- window on sale Monday,
HOTELIn .__. 2Sc Spring Styles In
of yard
intimate friend. official in the railway per --
orchestras against ,
will again play thing seems to go you White Batiste for Baby Dresses Dresses and Suits.
Mr. and Mrs. Cramer expressed i for the DeMolays' who will on the Interstate Commerce Commis- when you are confronted by bad the Center of the' Business per yard ___ 20e 25 doz. Ladies' House Dressesin

themselves; as delighted with Key I that evening sponsor another big sion. business unprofitable investment, White Pique special. yard 20e Dotted ''Swiss, Prints

\\Vst and their stay here. and announce -j! affair. ,, ..v" -- disloyal friends, ill-health frustrated ! and Theater District New Dotted Swisses, regular Broadcloths Etc., sizes 14 to

their intention of return-j ; : )V..'y.. ;slgy., bridge: engineerin I plans. If you can maintain SOc, 3 for ,_,,.... .-...r. $1.00 52, special _' __ $1.00
ing next ghargcofJhloci office of the such First Clall-Fireproof- Children's Easter Dresses Ladies' Printed Seersucker
season also j[ SLEEPS WITH EYES OPEN : your agreeableness through just.
I bridge'projects j left yesterday experiences are headed for Sensible Rates opened tip,'all 'sizes\i' :. '"'' \\ Dresses to 44, spe
Special ORLEANS afternoon* for* Miami for a two-I you Eyelet Batiste Dresses.,..,1$'.98 s"iMti cial ___o.J_ $1.95
FeatureAt Mas..arRoger7 business. ultimate victory. I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN New White Slacks.... -_ $ll5O: Ladies' All Silk! Flat Crepe
Raul's Club 83, retired fisherman" ;of,this :day stay J on ? One way to cultivate agreeableness New Tub Silks,''oh"sale? ;' pr Dresses.4_____ $3_ 5

city,. claims he seepa.! with .hi is J' :-flo4 ''Eftz'abethCrusoe left'I is to keep your mind invio- Carat .* 'Er..ator. yard _..*._ _.J ::_*__- 69e Children's Dotted Swiss Dresses. -
eyes wide open ,.aDd say!\".theyhaven't ,kiss late. Make your ' Hand made Children's Dresses ) ." t: ,::-.__ $1.00
Raul's Club on the boulevard yesterday .afternoon for Jackson dwelling \( Popular Prices __ Infants' Handmade. Dresses
been cleee4sincthe. ... .was ,' ," harmonious by upon P at.--_ $1.00 ,
will have a special feature tonight -!I born. ville. pleasant things. : Hand made Little Baby Boys STRAPS from ---. .':""'" .. $'.00 up
; for those who attend the Shut the door of your mind.t ;; Suits H $1.-00'and $1.9 ANDSANDALS Beautiful' new showing of

regular Saturday night dance at CARD OF THANKSTo 'IIIIIIII against! such insidious enemies MUNSON ISLANDFISHING Handmade Baby Pillow Cases. Ladies' Hats ,Pocketbooks, Ac-
this club. A of selfishness as1 I CAMP at...,.._.......__,_ 50cCbildren's cessonies.
group players and -
anxiety, fear JUST RECEIVED
To Subscribers
members of the Heerner-Vinson Notice Operated by, R. M. Ellison Sleeping Pajamas New
the many friends who ten- resentment, and hyper-crit-I Best Coast sizes 2 to 6 .-.-__ 59e shipment !of Shorts, Slacks and
Orchestra will be present and en- dered sympathy and assistance icism. I Fishint on Closing out samples of Halters with Shirts to match.
tertain the guest during the illness of our loved P...... *. pr MBt t I. paying Agreeableness arises from men. Guides and Boats AvailableSea $1.00 Dresses at SOc Everjths; ia the store will'!*
The HefCner-Vinson Band will the carrier w.o delivers your' I Food-Fishing reduced for
one, Mr Anna Knowles, and to New Seersucker Dresses in Monday
be combined with Bob's Orchestraand those who paper. H. pan Tho Citizea I' Boating Bathing large sizes, on sale .. $2.98 I .
will furnish an excellent program and offered graciously the sent florals 15 cent a week tor' tie paper BENEFIT CARD PAR11Monday Writ for Re *rvatioB.. Po Pure Silk Crepe for .Underwear Special pair $1.75LOW THE-

of dance rhythm. will be forever grateful.use of cars To, we all a.d sells It t. you for 20 March 4, 8 O'clock I Office Ramrod Key Pink and Tea Rose STORE OFFASflrONCil

Miss Rosalie de la Torre, noted of them we extend heartfelt cents. HU profit for deliver I I WOMA 'S CLUB BUILDING I Accessible by Rail or Auto to regular $1.00 yard, on sale

fan dancer will be hostess at the thanks. I !a( .b 8 casts weekly oa each I\ 1307 Division. St..tI I Ramrod Key atperyard.- sale_ 7Se :, MEDIUM_AND '. Leading Ladi.V Sters)
subscriber. If ho !i. .ot paid Heavy Slip Satin on at
Boats Meet Guests
PrizeRefreshments -
Cocktail Table Prizes-Door I Camp HIGH HEELS
to be held at Raul's mar2-ltx
... per yard -
this afternoon from 5till 7 HE ... N.t Tho CUM 1 I I Rates $5.00: Per Day- ,.
i TICKETS 50 CENTS Aica.u Plan
o'clock. Subscribe to The Citizen "'III".lII J JII -J

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