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 5, 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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Southern Florida CLASSES BEING I IN ADDITION TO MUCH OTH.j I Five negro boys were arraigned I I I "Years sxgo when I was in the I BACK TO WORK I WHITE HOUSE ON tion An4 Other Duties

I I ,before Peace Justice Rogelio ,, customs service at Tampa and I
Meets With Other Officials ER BUSINESS TRANSACTED Gomez yesterday afternoon on visited Key West I said this city Leaves tyo Mark On His
FORMED HERE:, DURING SESSION charges of committing unmentionable had everything needed to enable' STAMPJXHIBITSPRESIDENT

On Matter crimes. I it being made the most popular jl I Health L j
and exclusive in the United
;:; I : i The lads were: Phillip Allen. I ,
ANOTHER IN hAND There was regular meetingof Morris! Allen, Eldred Ingraham I I States. DIFFERENCES HAVE ROOSEVELT CONVEYS '

.,,tUI. \\.nr...MKloi.rre.I.AII.; : HAT .p.-. ...l CRAFT WILL BE CONDUCT.II the Key West Hospitality ::Carrol Brown and Thomas Major.I i:j deputy Thus commissioner spoke( Thomas of J. Gorman customs., I BEEN SETTLED: MEN RETURNED PERSONAL GREETINGS By AsuUrUf4 SICRID ARNE .
.t The CHUeaWASHINGTON Morris Allen was placed under tim, i'reaa
D. C.. ED TWICE A WEEK. BEGIN-i League held last night with Rev. bond of $500 *nd the others under of WtShington, I). C., who arrived !I TO DUTIES YESTERDAY FOR SUCCESS OF PRO WASHINGTON, March 5_TU
James S. Day presiding.The I bond of $100 each.'AITORNEY I I on the Steamship Cuba from \
March 5.-Guy C. Reeves, NING TOMORROWTwo I I roll of members was called I j Tampa this morning for a short I AFTERNOON POSED EVENT i I President' day sti'l' start with a

United States Marshal of and! absentees noted. visit!" with G. N. Goshorn, deputy ; bang and carries through with
FORHAUPTMANN collector in charge and other \.
the southern part of Florida, new classes in vocation I t Minutes of the previous meeting I members of the local unit, and I!i Veterans' Camp Number Three I Commodore von Mietk-Liubaj I the verve vv%ich made new in

was in Washington last Friday are being started here this week I I were read and approved. ON.visirro'crrr. I sailed this afternoon* for Havana. 'at Islamorada is: serene and peace- has just received a letter from March, .
The chair then asked permission I Before leaving Mr. Gorman said
ful. All of the strikers' have re- j'
''and"'eonferred''with''of.ficfalrof"theMepa'rtrrlerrt16f' :by1 the"'-serVice''department I 1 i : the White Houcc' in which the 1 Two /i1 in the' Biecutive' 01fice.Ji. -
the in the
change city was really turned ,
to change' the regular order of i, to work. resuming their'activities 19l .
i' : | !bf'the'district'r 'FloVida'KRA-dffice' ;11 business 'to permit the"reception lhithding. It was beautiful be- right after noon yestcr- i'i'I.president of the United States! 'asks ; Dded by a"4 whirl of

Miss 'Nina''G.' Ryder,1'director of foie' but the many improvements day. I[him to please convey his personal
I ;;' ..
i follow markori'
justice regarding the' pro-i! of 7>ew members and the' .
made" since the advent of the
I the 'department,'announced'' this! rehalnlitation Members of the 5lrik rs' com'-j: [greetings and' the hope that the
,. ing names were proposed: Mrs. Egbert Roecran, a.soJuciate hardly 1 hu' .
of S natorPark' program can health.t'At'uall
posal }
mittee Hogan McClesky; Wilson ;
I morning. for the dehseein I Key West Stamp and Coin Exhitii -
I attorney be': etit'd. He is confident thereis
Mrs. Gos- *
:Steven Douglas G. N.
mell :'to establish 'a .' Tram:1'''( Beginning' tomtorrow,'*",another the Hauptmann ca'errto'v* ft"onderful future in store for Thompson and Cuptain Bubier i ii i| lion'wilt'L '. very'successful' 'andratisfaetory' .i : If there art occasional

marshal-in Key'West, class'in i handld-afhvill Started) I Ii I I horn Mrs. Norberg Thompson, ed by plane yesterday from the Island City. i were not allowed to return to work ,I Ij 1 eventThe Slumps' ih' the'' executive office
!!! Mrs. Blanche Winslow. On mo- j at the camp nor will be allowed to they''come in the' outer suites
Miami accompanied by Mr '
i will be conducted Mr. Gorman was at one time display will on Thursday
and classes work at other the |I I open
learned. tion they were unanimously accept !Roiecrans. any camp on I where the secretarial staff grins
I twice a week Wednesday and ed and enrolled as members. j special agent in charge at Tampa keys. ,I i at 8 p. m., in the showroom I wryly and marks, "The Chiefs
Reeves made special They for vacationin and during his visits had '
a come a opportunity
i Friday mornings from 9 o'clock1 I I There were no reports from the However, should they so; desire :lof Gall & Navarro, Inc., on Du) fine, but how about a little sympathy .
where to form to
Welt Mr. Rote'erant
Key an
This class will be
trip Washington, and be- i to noon. conducted -,i finance or housing committees. I they will be sent to a camp el-ce- val street. No admission will be for us?"
at the handicraft workshopin may relax from the the worth of Key West as a pleas-
The transportation committee submitted where. Any other men in the camp The President's day still smarts
sides talking the matter over the Jefferson Hotel building. :I strenuous work; during the i ure resort and this opinion hasnever charged since this exhibition takes
I : a report relative to the who desire to join them will be in his, "Office No. I," and progresses -
trial and the delightful been eradicated but has
enjoy for the
Miss Como Blakney is expectedhere place benefit of the geni -
with officials: of the department matter of taxi rates. assisted in every way to reach theirI to his "Office No. !2.! ''
this week from the state office -, weather in Key West while been enhanced during the years of i eral public.
I 'i The chairman of the entertainment I I destination. I II i Office No. 1 is his bedroom. At
he also conferred of the relief administration in fuestat the Casa Marina. his absence.TODAY'S.WEATHER. Valuable stamp and coin collections -
committee absent I All 8:30 a. nhe is having MJ' breakfast :
i Jacksonville to start a class in was on ac-j .._._ ... .. j of the men who wish to go will be shown guarded !I
Senator Trammell regardingthe - - --- --- ---- - -
count of illness but forwarded I to work will be permitted to do o listening to the day's most
'I scouts'of :
I by the police and by boy
selection of possible I[stenography. partial report that this committee : FO without any further contraVl'rI'Y. urgent business usually presented
a Registrations in the vocational local troop No. 5. Numerous !I II
has plans under way for increasingthe 1 i I by a cabinet officer or an emergency -
deputy marshal for Key I classes are not confined to relief funds of the league. 'IT i 1I 1 : B. M. Duncan, engineer of all frames stamps will from be on display different showing : administrator who has
clients it was emphasized as any I many
a' I for
The greeting committee made I phoned an early appoint.
West spokesman said.It I i I
a the to
one can enroll in the classes. In- s- projects on keys, expects countries. |.
I its activities and _
report m to requested ment.
is that the terested should communicate { 'I arrive in Key West within a short The smallest stamp of the worldmay
anticipated persons
with Miss office. 'I, that the recreation department Temperature | light!i rain ir extreme north por- time and will discuss with JuliusF. be seen. surrounded by some I Secretaries Arrive
director of the budget, in of FERA be asked to highest .78 :Jon. Stone. Jr., Florida ERA Administrator ,i The breakfast trT out of the

whose hands the matter The is financed vocational by funds educationalwork of the loan the league the use of someone Lowest '-':::::::'::::.:.'::.. ':-------I-: :::::::: ,} i the permanent setup for of rhowing its bigger ships of brothers.epochs long Stamps forgotten j! road, and the cabinet officer
trains. : '
to help on arrival of Mean ,-. 76 I the work and the status of the national will revive memories of pirates -i i r,gone"Steve" and "Mac" 'come

rests now, particularly sinceit state ,office which have Mjiss been Ryder set aside explained On motion this request was granted. Normal Mean .-.- ... .-..-...-........72 guard units now on duty in and treasure of the I'hoeni-I I in. They are 'President's t>ecretarien -
Rainfall the section. Stephen T. Early, and
ei:4ns the
transporting gold
would additional
mean an specifically for educational work.i The special' committee 'Marvin\ : who
appointed Il.Mdntyre. bring
The social service departmentnow Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. t .1 Sheriff K. O. Thompson, who King Solomon's Temple. of the 1
of funds not included to confer with Mr. Curtis relative the day'
outlay .1| new already digested
has in several typesof Nrrmal Precipitation 04 Ins. has been at the camp, with one fragile vessels of the discoverers :
in the 1936 budget of the I educational progress projects. These to putting in shuffle boardsin "........ r.-...... _.'.-.r, perisid \ I brief interval_when be visited Key the Norsemen .and.Columbus. L.:1:; ., :, UAr'l't ltr)' :a.r
the rear of Hospittdity Houe! .I..c at 'N'.Vl4 rk (hi* .r..K.Tomorrow' r hient schedule, and any messages
West Sunday, arrived today and There wilt''also be reproduction -;
)justice department, will decide include reading, writing, and. reported that the idea met with Almanac {b ? I a ; fo be sent "up to the hill" that
that when
simple arithmetic in English an.t'panish. I.f AJ,1 said he left this morn- of the world's most precious
in the matter within I with third setup forcoloredpersons the hearty approval of :Mr Curtis Sun rises .... ......-.. .. 6:45: a. m. -... (/ I jng the camp was serene and practically stamp which costs 50000. 1 day.
a who has ptomised to put in the 1 Sun sets ...................-.. 6:32 p. m. tr'rJWrsJueD YJ all of the men were at;:' The members of the Key West I ,Usually Mrs. Roosevelt drops
the next three or four days. !, as well as!! handi- boards and do additional land- Moon rises .......... .. 7:34 a. m. WASfyi Mostly: Cloudy' work on the varied tasks. I Philatelic Society will be glad to : in to say'"Good morning." and to

As far as' can be concludedthe craft There classes.has been muchnter; :i Fcape work which will make this a Moon sets .-.. ... .. 8:29: p. m.Tomorrow's I answer questions. At the Iitera- "iicmind the President of any special
FO mot! attrrrtive place for this rec Jacksonville
to Florida Straits: guests for lunch and dinner.
department of justicehas I est' in the handicraft clashes that, reation. The matter will be ieferrcd -1 Tides Moderate southerly winds over CONSERVATIONCORPS {ture table. Mrs.! Everett L. Sawyerwill 'Most mornings the grandchildren
the additional class is needed. Miss i A.M. P.M. give away stamp magtcincs
i to the Elks Club for their moderate south- | in
north portion and for a three-minute
favored the establishingof Ryder said. The classes in stenography I jlligh ....-............10:30: 11:13 free of charge. isop romp.
I 'I, approval. eat winds over south portion and I Then the President goes over to
will make it possible for :Low . ..... 4:11 4:42 OPENEDTO I The exhibition will open prompt.
such marshal'soffice Mr. Dewitt 'the attention --- -
a deputy I 'j; brought to r' mostly ovetctist weather tonight ly at 8 and close at 10 his "Office No.2" in the executive -
I some local persons to learn newI o of the league the neces-' Barometer at 8 a. m. today: and p. m. p. m..
Wednesday possibly occasional wing of the mansion. The
in it I
Key West was
I I ways of earning an independent; pity of having some one at the Sea level, 30.09. light rain over extreme LOCAL BOYS: appointments begin. most of them

explained. I livelihood.'GiESiiifS'TrGuffoF1. (. Hospitality House at all times, so __ north portion. I MRS. C. I. GOULD lasting about 1C minutes. Lunchtime -
- _. --- -.- - ---- I I that visitors 'could be properly Lowest: Highest East Gulf: Moderate southeast I arrives and the Presidentstill

i I received. He further stated that Station Last Night Yesterday I and south winds. PERIOD'OF MORNING: has it sent in on a tray.

I!i those performing this service Abilene .-..m...-- 44 72 ENLISTMENT FOR I DIES THIS sharing with whomever is there.

( "N iri (i I would have their time credited on Atlanta m.m..... CO 72 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe SIX MONTHS OUTLINED TODAY |, Appointment continue until

"volunteer work hours." The Boston ....,... ..n 32 40 three o'clock. From three to four
* * erecting committee' was requestedto Buffalo .........,.. 44 54 BY SOCIAL SERVICE'; FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE the mail is read and answered. If

Shown That Constitution Was Framed In 1838 ; work out a suitable plan to Charleston ........ 58 CG western disturbance' moved DIRECTOR CONDUCTED TOMORROW |,I the mail is very heavy that business

. S. handle this matter.On Chicago ....-....... SO G4 northeastward to the upper Mississippi continue: until nix o'clock.

motion Dr. Cobo was Denver .-............ 32 :50; Valley, Minneapolis, Minn.,!I I AFTERNOON Otherwise appointments start

MEXICO MARKS FOUNDING OF FLORIDA pointed to take over the ap-I Detroit ..- .....-.... 46 KG 29.26 inches, and a trough of low I I i again at four.Between '
extends southstvd. to the Enlistment for a ---
the sale of West
of Key post Galveston m..... 62 70 pressure si}x ,.and, yeveno the
.................*............................... with authority to call in such assistance Havana ......._... 68 lower Rio: Grande Valley, Browns I period in the Civilian Conservation KeY'1- 1\1 raP CbarloLt.eo'"'g! Gould.:"'&.'Pesiden .saway to.Ii! rp'ijLr

ell) AsewlatedTAI.LAIIASSEE Prr .'t senators. ; J. C. McGehec.of\ >MaJ&on |- as mj y be needed. Huron .............. 12 50Fcicksonville ville Texas 29.76 inches; while Corps will 14 be taken 5n",Miss( !I yearm3 old!;' died"If' SO O'clock' ;thinibrning""in" q.. I ntI 1)00,1), ,tfb ,;,aiaingzwunbs. ) : ".
'FI.:, Mar. 5,I I who was president o! the I I i I. On,,motion the league then ad. ...... 62 76"-'" pressure continues high off theAtantic I West March'\ Thursday,social, 'the ; "'noree, 'corVerSouthard ;; ,'bro4 "ijinmei'H' .Sometime?, SIesn"

-A granite mom ent,. set in a Convention; of 18
lonely weed-grown ection not far: voted secession fr nn the union; KEY WEST .. 73 78 :30.20 inches. and a high pressure i service division: : local, '\ ')lifter-'a: ; long'-illn'css.( :" I'' mail" ,It?/t :;. 'pinner! Sery:' f ,',I1.M }..

from the blue, waters of the Gulf I I. William Marvin of JJonroe: vuuuv, ,I MEMBERS HUGHES Little Rock .....- %52) 68 .b area is moving in over the northern I I tion_ anll c Unfd \Wla'-l' 1 I I" ,Funeral'ecWifc'es1-wiH bS'lielO J 1; iDmrrr"Jf I 1I "'ld,,$-h,1j; O $tid '

of Mexico marks the"?pot where I ty .who was provisional ,governor,'[ Los Angeles ...... 46 CO II Rockies Helena. Mont., 30.16 j The q\J"o\ilt i ey. as o'clock .totn rr \4s 'aftefnoohfrpwthe tlt'j .pjjjjn<< fP.P dea,:,.K,u ;I!, oD1e-
pearly a hundred years ago Florida's I I in 18h5.:; and Leigh Read, who {\S0- Louisville .....--. 60 72 'I< inthes-.P.ain has Occurred since I j been inCitiif t fto\\ -is.l j\ ,rk'I'n I I "residence 't!f''t.' ;'Paul's:'tp.1f 51hilsf' .fI7 If.'ie.rt.'sometimes ,{awily-. :Cnende,'

constitution was'''written and'I tablished a record as soldier. in FAMILYARRIVEDAUGHTER Miami ..-- ....-...... 72 76 yerterday morning from the upper between.$cant I ;! ''le tI 'ar(!'copal church t ev.'Arthur B. Dini- visiting celebrities: ,who
adopted at a convention hefd! in 'I I the Seminole Indian War and who I'1' Minneapolis ...... 32 44 Mississippi\ Valley and Lake region -I eligible. This i is a decided increase mick, officiating. rare traditionally offered the

the then-thriving now abandoned ,> later was killed by an assassin because New Orleans .... 68 76 southward into the interiorof over previous quotas when Lopez Funeral Home will be in ', courtesies of the White House.
New York .,.,.... 36 41 the Gulf anj South Atlantic but 12 were allowed. The quota ,
town of St. Joseph. |I| he killed the assassin'sbrother AND SON OF MR. I charge ol arrwigements. and often they are administration -
Although the constitution war in a duel Penracola ........-. 62 68 States and on the Pacific coast increase was brought about as Mrs. Gould was born August leaders who stay to a business

framed there' in 1838 the spot i Church officers AND MRS. LEO F. Pittsburgh ,.n.... 54 64 from San Francisco northward, the result of a request by Miss 15, 1849 in Nassau N. P. .Ba conference afterward.
ministers and St. Louis ....... end there has been snow in the Ryder.
went unmarked<< until 1921 when and directors of han.sere! 52 64 hams Islands. She came to Key Music often follow dinner, or
pro- HUGHES Salt Lake City. 24 42 northern Rocky Mountain an-1 Discussing the matter of show in
state legislature appropriated : hibited from the governor's' chair applications West 55 years KO. For more than a shoit moving picture
f 10.000 to acquire the rite and and from the legislature San Francisco ..46 54 I Plains SUtes, and there ha-: been Miss Ryder said at least 35 years she was a teacher in the'' the mansion.

erect a suitable monument nenr i membership in thesemen Seattle ............. 36 46 i mow in the northern Rocky Mountain :55 young men should apply for public school of this city. | Then 8:30 to 11:30 is civn
in the constitution
the ;present<< << town of St. Joseph. framed. Dueling also I Miss Kathleen A. Hughes and Tampa .............. 62 82 and Piains States. and in portions enlistment .as some of them maybe Survivors are one daughter, Mrs.' over to more conferences, more

The marker! is i within a stone's' decided should make they ineligible :'I' Allan K. Hughes daughter and I Washington 44 of New England. Temperatures rejected' after reaching Miami Ella G. Curry; one sister. Mi? reading of reports.At .

throw (rom St. Joseph's Bay. It ', to hold public a In- ron of Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Williston .., ------0 32 I have risen throughout the I and being examined. Sallie RoberU; two brothers. : 11:30 the President calls it

can be seen from state highway later the constitution was i Hughes, operaters of the OverSea country east of the Mississippi i t No one who has been in camp Charles A. Roberts and Frank O. a day. and retires to his Office
No. 10. which follows the Gulf revised years and ministers and bank- Hotel arrived on the train WEATHER FORECASTTill River. with readings 28 to 26 degrees before it was pointed out. is Roberts; six grandchildren. King- No 1" to read some magazines
coast became eligible to hold todzy from Trenton N. J. above normal in the southern eligible for alignment this time. man G. Curry, Charles J. Curry i or if there is an urgent report, to
ers any Both came here to help with ( 8 m., Wednesday) Lake region and Ohio Valley;
Records collected in thetate office. t p. Members of the conservation Eric G. Curry and Mrs. Clifton G. go over that. At midnight he
library here by Librarian W. T. I'I public the management of the, hostelry Key Wet and Vicinity: Mostly! while much colder weather has receive Bailey of Baltimore. Md.; Mrs. I switches out the reading light.
CaSh show the constitutional contention . The state capital was established i Miss Hughes is a graduate ofGeorgian cloudy and continued warm tonight overspread the northern Plains corps camps that C. II. W. Reed, of Miami each; During the winter he seldom -

met. in the "boom" town at Tallahassee but the St. Court, .College Lake- and Wednesday; moderate 'I'Silted and Rocky Mountain region I' must be positively sent: home provide. Families from$25 Mr?. O. A. Sandquist. of Coral : leaves the White House exceptfor

of St Joseph on Dec. 3, 1838 ..Theconvention Joseph convention contained a pro- wood. N. J.. and ,Mr. ,Hughes is a southeast winds. j| with temperatures below zero in 'which the members Gables. Also: 10 great-grandchil' the brief drive to church I on
\iiion for election, after five accepted come
closed Jan. 11. 1530, an [Georgetown College man. Florida; Mostly cloudy with:: Montana this morning. dren. Sunday morning. About once a
after drafting! and adopting the years had elapsed, on whether the I The young 'people have had mild tempt'rature.t.oni. ht and 1 G. K. KF.NNF.DY.: receive a corresponding decreasein -.....- month he manages to finda
relief local although '
from the office
1 capitol would be removed to some I Official -
considerable hotel experience,. Wednesday occasional in Charge.ANNOUNCING5
constitution under which Floria! probably cranny late in the afternoon when
: other city. In 1852. there was an their total relief is not
was admitted to the Union of | having alsistw'with the management ... -- ex" LIGHT TENDER he can slip away for a ,longer
diminished it
outI in'any .
I election, but Tallahassee won way was
States in 1845. 'I at the ELsin Inn, Mount
1 drive ,sometimes accompanied by
I plained. A different federal department
Fifty.fh'dt'It'lates.. representing !Now. in 1935 agitation is being Pocno. Pa., which,hotel is oper- HERE Mr Roosevelt sometimes by one
lenewed to transfer the capitol to : carries1 the- cost. :i ARRIVES *
the 19 ated the Hughes family. -
counties then by
comprising of hIs secretarial: staff. The one
rome' central Florida location. Applications for enlistment: I
the state's area, answered' the I Allan Hughes gained some of elected usually grins and admitshe
convention call. The president was Librarian Cash said his records his experience .while employed at OPENING OF THEORIENTAL should be made' at the relief department : need the drive more than the
Judge Rubert Raymond Reid who: showed the movement to make St. the Pancoast Hotel in Miami THE in the district officein I Lighthouse Tender Ivy arrived. ( President does.HEFFNER.VINSON.
later became territorial governor Joseph. located in what is now Beach. PHARMACY Key West. I in port this morning from Port

of Florida. j Gulf county, a "boom" town was, t Tampa and immediately afterward CO.
Next to Reid in influence old started in 1835 by capitalists from -in ita-- BEACH UMBRELLAS I' took on fuel oil and sailed for

records here show was William P. i Tallahassee Apalachicola and Co- Truck Arrives Tonight 6, 7 and 8 feet, priced from $4.95to : Pulaski Shoals. fi j TONIGHT in "KEMPY"Three
I t
Duval who had served as governor .,lumbus. Ga. They built a railroad NEW BUILDING $$16.40; Beach Chairs 95c to Instructions given were to' recover -. Act Comedy
of the Florida territory from to connect with Apalachicola With large variety of FRESH 1 $4.00; Beach and Lawn Sets 1 i the buoy which had drifted Prices: Reserve Seats 35c1 j

1822 to 1834. Others who attended '!'river, in an attempt to divert FRUITS and VEGETABLES I EMILIO I ROMERO. Prop. $23.00!> up; Folding Canvas Cots,i'onto the shoals, replace it, and(, General Admission, 2ScPia.

included Thomas Brown. later' freight traffic from the already Lowe's Cash Grocery l I 1000 Duv.1! Street $3.40. I Il then relight the bell buoy vt Twenty -' &... or Call at

governor; Jackson Morton and'I established town of Apalachicola.' 1117 Di.i.ioa St. Phone 675 New Building-New Fixtures-New Merchandise f LONG'S FURNITURE STORE !I Eight Foot Shoals, which n re-J PACE'S SODA. FOUNTAIN

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iir" W [ volley-ball
.br. ear; (: dr. winning boxing, I course of studies pursued by the

1 Mr.1 Jo nes' Strange nJalady I COLLEGECONCHSBy horseshoe throwing teams Emory Island City boys:
I'uUUshed ally Except Sunday By I Lowe Tierce also was a memberof Engineering College Marl
student of world
affairs -
Till: ITIZIJN I'LIll.IMU.NG CO, .\c. the last two named. Calleja. Sidney Berkouitz Harold
|. ... AKTMAN, I're.tde.t. sees, as he looks around our globe at e '+ Lancelot Lester assistant; audi- Felton, Robert Dopp Walter Nor
From i he Cltixen L Julldlng '1 wish 1 knew what Is wrong recognized: known as A. U, C. It I. NORMAN, D. ARTMAN .
least three approaching conflicts )between tor of the U. of F. in the Business man.
Corner Greene\ and Ann Street with me, doctor: said Mr. Jonesto : K und U. They are foftiid in ......e........a..ese..a Manager's( office. George Allen Pre-Medieal division of the Arts
nations, any one of which is a serious : foods in varying: quantities Certain -
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West; r.nd Monroe the family physician: as he I foods are more helpful because (Special !.. The CKIxe) Warren William Warren and Jackiiayes and Sciences College-Harry
menace to world peace. One of them i is: sank down with a sign in thedoctor's
they furnish vitamins in have weekly horse-riding Allen
I County. I I GAINESVILLE Mar. 5.-Key a Weintraub. George Warren
almost a present reality. The other two most comfortable chair. abundance. West; boys attending the University foursome, which decreases to a William Warren Jack Hayes and
Entered;: at Key \Vtfet. Florida as second class matter "I feel heavy and sort of listless. "For instance the richest vita-
involve the balance of world power so tremendously Ret tired quite easily and Jet I nun-carrying food just iio\y is atake have received high scholastic threesome when Jack takes his Lance Lester.
rifrrMVUtRAll don't seem to be sick. of radiated fresh yeast aiit standing as a body, due to the customary fall. Pharmacy ColI'ge-.L. T. Bra.,
ates.ber .r the A.. .The Associated 1* fa* la exclusively entitled to flee of war to many other nations as well. as he lapped( his'pencil'on the amounts A. K, G and D. What semester examination. I audition in the near future to teat Business Administration Cql-
credited desk. "That may; nqt b< such a these four alone do is just this l.
.r rel"It.llcaUu I of all news dispatches tIt : l.ia student for Einhorn Norman ,
or not oth..r 'lJi*. credited In Ms paper and ale :Mussolini, the Italian Dictator, is send-i strange malady. How did you Vitamiu A' is necessary fur Raymond Einhorn. in particular! : ability as a pianist le Raymond ,
the local news Ul.lillh..d Lero. feel 'last jearat gioutlf.;' l.t'slsts. infection particulailr achieved ,an! outstanding ft'at'ill :broadcasting purposes. D, Artman.
ing soldiers to Northwestern Africa'i this time, : of the nose throat and this field by attaining a 2.92 average -I Norman Lowe is continuing his Arts and Science College_
ATIONAL remember". lungs and prevents a serious church activities in the EpworthLeague. Joe Torano.
EDITORIAL strengthening the military power L eyedisease out of a possible 3.00.. Ray Emory Lowe Pierce: ,
"Funny. I ,
1( !rl.i. ASSOCIATION Italian Somaliland and Eritrea. Adjacentto was thinking!: B is also xerophthalmla necessary for Vitamin growth ;i mond is also a representative i Education: College Herman
Lent Pict. / 9 3 5 The following list contains the Holtsberg.
-r: 1 of that this stimulation o( the appetite and I from the Business Administration
both of these UfI
provinces lies the independent .
only I ._
t morning. I felt functioning of
Sl'Jlsrltll'TIO PLATESjne -"" t' proper digesT I College to the Honor Court. Laboratory --- -
Year ........ .. .J1J09Ix African kingdom Abyssinia, pretty much tive tract. Yeast: is one of the instructor of Accounting
? .__... .. 6.os the same way. richest: known sources of n. I
-three Months Months .. .i'LA ....-...._--M_._._. 260n ruled )bv a picturesque king who claims a F but I decided Vitamin I) is essential for the and actively engaged in student I
> Month ....-.-.. .... ........_ --. --._-._ .Ia descent from Solomon 6 ; to say nothingand proper building of bones and body politico. Herman Holtsberg I
Meekly ..___..__._..._- ._. 2/ and the Queen of let it wear teeth and the prevention of I is a student teacher: in Span;sh l The Never-Tiring
Sheba. Eritrea, with French and British y 1 off. After a rickets. It is absolutely necessary : ut..
U"-ItTI"I Q HATES I and Bookkeeping at the P. K.IY I -
J while it did to both and old. Thatis
Made known on ttppllcatlonSPECIAL. Somaliland go young GUARDIANof
shut off the African kingdom away." perhaps the one most missedat one! demonstration school. I
reading notices. cards of thanks, resolutions ofr.rpei from the sea to the North ; Italian Somali- 1 "Ever hear this time of the year when I Joe Torano has recently been
< Lltuary notices. etc.. will b. charged for at of vitamins" the sunshine is weak or entirely appointed student director of the -. your
.e rate!! of 10 cent* a Una. land blocks the road to the sea on the asked the doc- lacking Vitamin G goes; I
Notion; for entertainments by claurcbew from which ? hand weekly University Hour broadcast I
East. tor. "Yes Well without real- in. hand with A and B i HEALTH
revenue. Is to be{derived are E rents a line. izing it, you are probably gettinglow in promoting I every Thursday afternoon at %5 p.
The CUbeD Is aii open forum and Invites discus.
11.ct public taaut and subjects of local or general Border disturbances have given Mussolini on some of them that are growth and the m. over State and University Sta -
',ttrel but it will! not publish anonymous communlIMPROVEMENTS' : .- more important at this time ot repair of the tion \VRUP in Gainesville. The ji THE ICE MANWho
iitfons. \ :) an excuse to demand from Abyssinia} the year than at any other. In body. I
_____ ---. -- the late winter and spring days "Those four newly appointed director arrangesand I
-t-------- redress and satisfaction, having apparently ] ( which means many days ot insufficient I are especially i supervises the programs appearing 1,: appears like clockwork

'FOR KEY WEST arranged the matter with France, ap- sunshine for almost I essential for on them at intervals.: = every day of the year
parently determined to everyone in North America and II you Mr, Jones Robert; Dopp) i if high point man :=. with a. load of pure health-
ADVO TED BY THE CITIZEN expand Italy's ter- generally a lack of exercise in during this of the Dormitory Intramural Q
ritory. In 1896 the fresh outdoor air-a little precaution season. You ; i = protection?
Abyssinian ruler t Sports. Sickie has 'been on the:
about taking some extra are sure to get
V ,. Menelek,. defeated an Italian army at vitamins through foods known to the other two YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
1. Water anV 1. ". is often' C' Subscribe to The Citizen. I
ewerage. be strong in them that Vita m n s
". :, ': ;' Adowa and the Italian probably wish to ounce of prevention which is and K, in your He never has to be defrosted. He never thumps i ,,
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main avenge the disastrous: war. Press dispatches worth the pound of cure. It is fresh fruits BENJAMIN LOPEZ .
I or whirrs. lie always saves dollars and cents
easier to stay well than to get and vegetables you
land. HOME Ii
i, .' at the present time state that well and ways are now available I- in sat! s f a c- 4 u i FUNERAL i i V. ,

3. Free Port. , : som.e of the advisers of Mussolini have to strengthen the human tory amounts.So Established 49 Year '* NO.8.
body in 'the dark "days'." that is a simple solution of Key We.f Oldest CALL
4. Hotels and .Apartments. warned him. that a campaign against "Just what are these vitamins your problem. Give my best wishes 24-Hour Ambulance Service. -' -I'
and where I find them'' to Mrs. Jones will and
can you
5. Bathing Pavilion. Abyssinia would not be an easy task and "It is rather hard to define tell her it is no fault of her meals Licenced Embalmer FOR PURE ICE.

C. Airports Land] and Sea. that it would he best not to push the issue vitamins. Nobody knows much which Is dragging you down just Phone 13K ""i.; ". R.Ut .
about what they are. exactly but now! I know her as an excellent
7. Consolidation of County and City to an extreme.In a great deal is known about cook but what you need is some 1OverSea
where to find them what they extra bolstering on the vitamins Hotel
Governments. Europe the possibility of joint designs will do for you and what happens at least until the hot summer

of Germany and Poland against Russian \\hen you don't get them. At the sun removes some of the burden ICE .REFRIGERATORS
present time six vitamins are well again." I 917 FLEMING STREET
------ territory causes uneasiness. It is II
sug- -I II ROOM running water -_ $1.00
As if - -----
there were not enough alreadyto gested that Poland would be willing to ROOM with bath .........__ 1.50
worry about, a lady lecturer reminds of --. There are a number of excellent Made of All Metal-Equipped With
give up the Danzig Corridor and Ger- I WEEKLY RATES
the Mormon I shows making up the carnival
menace. many might have Silesia if on the other KEY WEST IN which promise to furnish much; Newly Renovated I WATER COOLERS

hand Poland were aided to secure DAYS GONE BY I amusement for Key Westers. I New EquipmentNew

Jonah wants to know why the word'invalid" Lithuania, the Nieman Corridor and a i Management I They're Economical 100 Per Cent
Here Just 10 Years I II ANYWHERENO
should have two meanings. Olio generous slice of the Ukraine. To achieve I Editorial Comment: Having
Ago TndAy As Taken From CLEANER HOTEL Refrigeration Satisfaction
for the professor, Jonah.It this result war against Russia would be The Filet Of The Citizen I donned short rkirts the girls: have
\oluntarily removed one of the
necessary and the plan includes having reason why they can'twork, in the Priced at

is best not to be too fussy about Japan attack ]Russia in the Far East at the The American fishing schooner I garden tRis spring. MUNSON ISLANDFISHING

one's traffic rights when there is a 10-ton :same" time. Some think that this dangeris Emily Sears, of Carabelle, Florij j,I -. CAMP and
Operated by R. M. Ellison $30 $35
truck on the port bow. being postponed until Japan consolidatesher da went aground February 28 on i Having recently passed the Best Fishing on Coast
the reefs at sunk.
Tortugas and Florida State Examination Dr. S.
new territorial grabs in the Far East The decks of the ship were 15 feet I W. Rogers has been awarded a Guides and Boats AvailableSea EASY TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompsons

Before his death an Indiana man hada and gets the Chinese situation more com- below water level. The CoastGuard state certificate* as a graduate in Food-Fishing BoatingBathingWrite I

under its thumb.In Cutter Saukee Captain H. stenography I ...............
telephone installed in his mausoleum pletely) for Reservation, Po
S. Browne Jr., began work on the I _
and he hasn't once complained of getting the Far East Japan at the present. ship March 1. The captain and Office. Ramrod Key
One of the most enjoyable so- Accessible by Rail or Auto to
tlfe wrong number. time is seeking to take over the control of new of the schooner were ma- cial affairs of the season was the Ramrod Key Ice Company .IncI .
rooned on Garden Key and made .
China more than ever. Rumors are that showergiven yesterday at the Camp Boats Meet Guests ,
their quarters at Fort Jefferson!
home of Mrs. Leslie A. in Rates: $5.00 Per Day-
Here is one for Jonah. A visitor came demands even m.ore :stringent" than the until the arrival of the Saukee. Curry American Plan
honor of Miss Naomi Hudson
into the Twenty-one during the World War More( than 6,000 pounds of fish
office days
yesterday and said he was whose marriage to Willard Whit- . --
born in Monroe County, yet he was a have been formulated and presented to were lost when the vessel! sunk. marsh will take place in the near .-

thousand miles from Key West on the oc- China which is in a dilemma because she Arrangements were complet'dtoday future. CIIIIIIIIISI..tTd. 'AP.I.'l.tTl..4&'dffG3I.1.1"t

casion. has seen that the Western world will not to start tomorrow on a driveto s\ I $

take any effective steps to protect her gain members for the Oversea | Arriving on the morning train
Highway Association. It is the desire yesterday were 217 passengers for
Even if we adopted the politeness of against Japanese aggression. When the of the organization to. haveas Key West. On the night train \GRAND

politicians in the midst of a hot campaign, nations allowed Japan to violate her J many representative citizens as were 109 making a total of 220 PAINT SALE

it would soon pall on us eventually. A lit- treaties and steal Manchuria and Jehol possible: join the ranks and get I' arriving in the lat :24. hours.

busy for the great day of the bond -
tle erring in the human way balances the from China the Chinese naturally came to
election next Thursdaj. An effortis | Officers of the local Exchange

cultural structure. the conclusion that the outside world to be made. to have every eligible Club' were notified today of the All This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts

would not safeguard her interests. I voter in the city go to the convection of Exchangeites which I

polls on that day and cast his vote.A will be held in Detroit, Michigan,
Our own experience i is that the man The third possibility of war involvesthe where the first club was organized Regular Price Sale Price

who gets a public salary, regularly, has United States. There can be no deny- small fire started in a garagein i j 14 years ago. While no announcement ..: Per Gal. Per. Gal. tSIiERWIN

little sympathy with the little businessman ing that: the Japanese look upon this; country the rear of Jake's Trading has been made it is understood WILL Al\IS\ METROPOLITAN \ -
Palace at the corner of Duval and 1! there will be a delegationfrom I
who has to pay his expenses and then as a potential opponent in war. They FLAT \VIIITE. 15
Southard streets. Apparatus from the Key West Club in at- '

,I live if he has anything left to live i upon. consider Russia in somewhat the same cate- too stations arrived on the. scene I tendance. Five GaBon Gans '__,___-,___ .___.__.._... $1.75 1' .40 :

gory but they; can understand why the and the blaze was soon extinguished. I
:\I t.of the people""who! \ :think they Russians are rivals, feeling that both want KEY WESTCOLONIAL _

care very important(' ara'iiothalf"a; 4 ""Chinese territory.* the other hand --*TW. : ""J. J.'LATVHITE, 45 .. :J" '
important On the The Key West Fire Departtjentannounces '. HOTELIn 1 90 .1 1. 50
:' I One Gallon Cans ........_................. ." .
as they try fO make others believi 'Japanese" do not quite grasp why the United ; having secured(the Bert , .
If could i Melville company of associated the Center of the Businessand ; <
they listen in
on some conversation States should so forcefully oppose their SIIEIt\VIN 'VILLIAl\IS MASTER
players for two weeks'
a engagement District
it would take the conceit out of them. mistreatment of the Chinese. beginning Monday, March 9. Theater :cPAINTERS FLAT WHITE, 96
2 25 1 80
--- '- The strong stand taken by the Secretary First CUt -Fireproof' One GaBon Cans .......................... ..

The world talks:'! very glibly about of State Stimson against Japanese action Preparations are going right (.n Sentible Rate
for the carnival to be put on by SHERWIN WILLIAMS FAMILY
wanting the truth, when oftimes, it is the in Manchuria, the location of the the Key West Fire Department at NOW OPEN S
last thing that people want to know. However [ American battlefleet in the Pacific Ocean I the baseball grounds opposite(' 2.65 2.1 0

Cans ._ ._ .__ __ _
it car barns of the Key West Electric Elevator
i is best to servo the truth always, and the recently announced plans: of new Garage .

seeking it out at all times and following it I naval construction and increased fortification put on Hanson The shows and will] Popular Prices ,

u herever it may lead. in the Pacific, including enlarged air -.- --- -
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ba es in Alaska and Hautaii, are used by CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I Sherwin Williams F1at"ToneThe

The citizen !should'\ :support" the O'I'I Japanese jingoists to increase their military THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF Washable Flat Wall F"misb

('rnn''ntIltl not the government the forces and alarm the Japanese people KEY WEST

KOII. A reversal of this philosophy has the of coming American aggression.It al at the close of business December: 31. 1934, LIMITED QUANTITY OF TilE FOL-

administration i i... hot water now and whatis I would be very idle to say that the Comptroller' Can' I LOWING COLORS :

to come will result in an economic ;im- danger of war )between the United States RESOURCESLoans
and i Investments ,_ $ 305,639.43! Canary Yellow Olive Tan Ia
passo from which it will be difficult for and! Japan has not increased considerably Overdrafts ___.._...., , 71.C1 ;

the government to extricate itself. within the last five years. Other nations Banking House, Furniture Silver Gray Cream Gray S
and Fixtures ..__ 33,082.33 Orchid Caen Stone
would he involved, as shown by recent Bonds of States .and Pos .

The possibility that Christopher speeches of General Smuts who recognizesthe sessions of the United GALLONS, Regular Price $2.80,
States ____ 139,370.68Other
Columbus and not I Ponce de Leon was the fact that the British Dominions of Bonds and Securities 74204.03 Sale Price ...___....................__.__._._._.__.__ $2.20

discoverer of Florida, suggested by William Canada, Australia and New Zealand Stock of the Federal Reserve
Bank _: 6000.00 QUARTS. Regular Price 85c,
Sharkey of the state historical commission would in all probability follow the Amer- Temporary Federal De-

found Insurance 1,954.01 Sale Price ...__._._............_______.__.__ 65c.
support recently ill A. HyattVerrill' ican policy against Japan, even if the United posit fund (
States Govern-
$ "Romantic and Historic Florida." home government sought to avoid such a ment Obligations direct -

So many inaccuracies have appeared in course. and fully ,guar- r Co.I'lt.

:Mr.\ Verrill's hook anteed _832744.73 I Sooth fQri1I) Contracting &
however that his work Cash; and due from Bank9'495,168.97 1,327,913.70X1,888,235.79 f ng .

seems more romantic than historic. Here'san Negroes are noted for giving fantastic .

opportunity neglected by writers and names to their fraternal and social organ- ABILITIES. jI. 598 White and. Et,'ra Street ts

publisher. There should be a demand for izations. A society in Miami is called the Capital 1 100000.00
the first good and reasonably complete i Improved Order of Pallbearers of America Surplus aDd UDdivid d.Profits -.- _. __-- 55.0i)7.. "V our home is. worth 100Q00.OADeposits
circulation. .
history of Florida published in a single l. although it has no connection with I I IC33,228.37. S

\'olumc.-\Iiimi: Daily !News. funerals or corpse-toting. .1", '"' ,}. ... ...' iI. 6'i' .I.IIi.l..I...
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: A !IDRC! ROMANCE SYLVAN VANS J nnc< JOE WILLIAMSIn Of State Of FloridaContlnuedfrornPage

8Y.\orslS: General Cirrada I atortkriigp gazing at the stars and letting whatever I j SPUR i The World Telegram -

tt extract JIateo front Hubris Mm .I.*.e.a*vhere tffprt* thoughts might come roll ptin- I ; 1.I 1.---------------------......,......._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ USSS_ _ .. SSeS..SCSSS. ( One)
til_or ft of Ike Umtann Kid. ifotata *. lessly into his mind-and out a atn. I! << .SSS.S. A newspaper was launched, and
and Hubris ttole from tkVtxrrvl I KEY WEST Fla., Feb. 25.- 1 towers of
lit, emerald era... of Our Or else he would go with Sally melancholy red brick the new town was well advertised.
J...<1)/. trklfh tk. general had efolem for a careless cruise through the This is the last outpost of the mute reminders of the civil wara -
it: _H n*ranrd turn from vritk the kit tkurck.kalf '"/ilota the*- plateaus of that high country where I American mainland. One stroke in I war that found the Southern Obtaining the first constitutional -
rrotcn Motto the keen the water and you are headed in city the convention was one of St.
; tree captmcd 'soioRrlri's sweetness of the air gave I . on side of the North,
tfttnt to be ( wndrthe - -- --- -- --- --- the direction
dying of another
torture and he kat to the body a sense of spiritual: continent. I more because of army and oseph's methods of publicizingtself.
said motA- navy
4.qctfl. purity. The rider was always at I LOPEZ TEAM WINNERS\ OF FIRST i........... ...... ...a I' From the the standpoint of ports it i j domination than sentiment. But Cash said. Peter W. Cau-

ease on those Journeys because the I is fisherman's seventh heaven :I (this is all history and history can til'r. editor of the St. Joseph
wild mare was capable of being the DOINGS( AROUNDTHE Nobody knows how many differ- j become very unimportant when
Chapter 23 guide and the'scout I HALF OF DIAMOND BALL SERIES ent- varieties of fishes inhabit the I hunger strikes. Times, was sent to the state leg-

MONTANA AGAINOXE Hut at the end of the third day GOLF LINKS island \\'ateJ'--more than 600 is- ;I Hunger did strike. All that represented slature. as representative to obtain -
since the flight from Duraya Montana - land waters. j I 11 the life blood of the town the convention.

I more the dose distorted of water body to flow and town.turned back again towards the EMBALMERS PUT GAME ON,\ f.SIIIi..s.. i .(By GRAVY) More than 600 distinct species :I 11 II dried up in tiny? grains of red I When the constitution carried

I have been definitely catalogued j I 'there would be an end but the gen- A steady preoccupation made a ICE IN SECOND INNING.I DIAMONDBALL j up to now. Over a stretch of two ;I i away. Sea navigation found ing public office
Ural I. more people
did not wish it to be so. He had dark undercurrent continually In I .......... ...S SSe..S SC I'|
'staked his cards on his immense his mind. hours yesterday an artist friend ,, 1 profitable ports. The military population .. : the town of St. Joseph voted
surety and his threats and his tortures Where was Rubrlz? What had I RALLY; STATISTICS Well, boys and girls it seems jjof j mine had a strike every two1'' moved to other ports. I against it by a heavy majority.

had drawn only one speech happened to him? FINAL SCORE WAS 7 TO 3 j that the Board of Directors; held a I, minutes. It would be hard to beat :! There never was any agriculture. Bankers, Cash said, were responsible -

from.the outlaw. lie had called Es The question would lift him from meeting last night at the home of that record even with Walter I Nothing remained but the sunshine I for St. Joseph being estab-

trada a dog and a son ot a dog. sleep to wakefulness in tho middle i I (By: JOVE) II I Sam Goldsmith. Much discussion II Johnson's fast ball. and the water. A community of Ii i:>hed.

And now he was, to die, triumphant.It ot the night, and it rode, behind him J I was had relative to the status of The town has other features of j 1 15.000 people gradually faced the In the
(By JOVE) I ..... ... passing years the town
all day long: ..............* the course and the golf club. 1 interest: to a follower of sports. I r inevitable.
was against this triumph in I The Lopez Funeral Home diamondball of St. Joseph died-as its resi-
death that the soul of the general I I The leaders in the Senior Dia. I 1 some of their decisions follow.)) The golf courfe is one. The first I,I They turned to the city fathers dents moved to other places. The

revolted. THAT sense of duty unperformed I ten won the first half of I;montlball League in the differentdepartments tee is on the Gulf "Mexico" and I j I as they are piously called. They marker designating the place

And then he told himself in an not a familiar thing to Mon i follow: J The Fort Myers teams will not t the eighteenth on the Atlantic had nothing to offer. They turned where th'* constitution was written
Interval of impassioned cursing tana. He had lived as free as the I the split season schedule when j i Base stealing-Ubieta 4, Gon.f be asked over until) this summer. I Ocean. This does not mean that I I to the benevolent statesmen of the likewise designates the place
wind; but Matco Rubriz f izalez Machin I The pro from the club there will I : it is the largest golf in the I III state.' had
that he had been a fool to think that savage bad I they defeated the Busy Bee out and 3 e&ch. '; I j course They nothing to offer, where St. Joseph, the town lived
he could wear down such a spirit as laid a grip on his mind and! his heart.I i' Most times struck out-A. Lunn, be in Key West sometime the lat-II world. It merely happens to'be a I I either. They turned to the government and died. St. Joseph's Bay. an expanse -

,that of Rubrlz In a single session. lie had to return the treasure that AI I fit; at Bay view Park last night by.j I 5, Caetillo! Lucilo, Stanley and I er part of this month and arrangements geographical freak (or at this 'i and! its various alphabetical of water separated! from the
was In his possession; but above all. I I ; will be made with hm. southernmost point of I administrations. And
:;o. little by little the steel of this he the of | Navarro 4 each i the country for a while gulf by a narrow strip of sandy
had to find score 7 to3. f
spirit must be ground away until it pt his out what had become I :'J Most times walked-Castro 10, Some of the fellows can hardly the gulf runs into the Atlan the government had nothing to land. is still there and is still desig. .

was thin and brittle enough to snap lIe took cozapajop.jJherobbery.two days! u I I The Embalmer:; put the game !j I Baker 9. .. || afford to entertain two team a ; tic. offer. nated on the maps. Port St. Joe
under a finger's"weight) Ati&ifhen, freni''hW high coming dqwn 1 I: Most sacrifice hits-Machin 3, j 1 year and also make two road trips. i i'l This is also the home of Mr. Town.Strikes Economic Balance is the nearest name on the map

the general considered how the : at high lace.he And once a day I I on ice" ',.at, the-final score. shows) in Castro 2. {I '![ Besides there is some possibility of I Pete Nebo. the prize fighter who Field men came down here. to the original town of St. Joseph.
noon, took the
grinding"should be' performed he ornament'with' golden I I the' II III II Most two base hits-Kerr aid L pfyng: to Nassau and Havana. was good enough to battle Lew They looked the situation over. It I ,
second I
theentrads! la the I Ii. inning when they ral-
could think of only(one> safe and per; I \3H Carbonell 2 each. I I Whether we go to either of those Tendley Benny Bass and Tony was so desperate that these field UNIQUE JOB

f jet place because there was only Jif4 to hove over .fiye runs. The:: Most three base hits_IIigr I Ii places will be known in the next I I anzoneri on even terms. Mr. men considered the advisability of -

ODO ultimate. man-made JjeJl.on 11,1.:01 r I i Ward and C. Gates 1 each. ,', I I'I few''d:!.)'!!. Consequently it wash'pugh.t i'''I Nebo came East classified as a abandoning' entirely and HOLLYWOOD, Calif. Mike i
earth. ? \JV\\ 11 score. were made i.! the following advisable to delay asking Seminole Indian.I taking' the population to another
t t 1 ' I Most home runs-Higgs1; >: 2.1 Foley, of this city is employedto .
That was the Valley of the Dead,. .. I manner i Bethel Ward and C. Lunn' each i: the Fort Myers bunch. I am shocked to report that city or cities. In retrospect this is keep flies from lighting on the

I Most times at bat-Machin 32. |'I this was nothing more or less than a staggering thought. I mean dismantling grease-painted faces of actors and

Sterling doubled to right-Rob. Most runs scored-Kerr 8. The one and only Lionel Plum- vicious cunning on the part of a whole town in one actresses by shooting them witha

I eits misjudged the ball. Kerr sin Most hits-Ingraham 11. iBr.tting i! mer has been appointed chairman I J I Mr Nebo's handlers to make him swift drastic movement. patent gun.
k r/ gled to left. Sterling going to third. averages of the leading ::of a committee to organize and] I picturesque and good copy, as it This happened down here once

i McCarthy hit to right short who hitters followCOCONUTS: :'put over a tournament for the.i is known in the trade. The fact I bl'lore-in the days of Indian .............. .. .

_-Wf: t4 threw the ball home, which the I Player- AB n. II. Ave. ladies. Li will have two assistants I is Mr. Nebo is a Cuban, and until fights. But that was before civilization -

Catcher dropped and Sterling was Howard ---........._. 17 4 7110 j'so'; that when the women who lose he mastered the left hook he was I l laid its velvet glove of comfort I TO SUBSCRIBERSIf

safe. Ingraham singled to center. Ingraham ...-._.... 27 4 11 .-100Ubieta ilstsrt. in to mob. kill murder an- the town's leading bootblack. upon a new ambitious coun- :

Kerr scoring. C. Lunn singled to i, -.-.---.......... 21 5 8 .'lSt) nihilate slay, assassinate slaughter An Example of Real Teamwork}; I trv. That it might happen again I you do not receive your

right short, McCarthy and Ingia- Kerr ..........._--.... 28 8 10 .358 I or what have you, the aforementioned They have baseball here, too, I was impossible. There were n;Indians paper by 6:00: o'clock in the

ham scoring. Hale hit to the ,Sterling ..__....... .. 211 8 .380 Li will have a little pro but the game is interpreted mainly no marauding pirates, no afternoon **11 telephone 51

pitcher who fumbled the ball. A. Carbonell .._..... 22 5 8 ..563Cates tection. The prize for the ladies by Cubans, who compose at brothers fighting against brothers. and a paper will be sentto

Lunn hit to the pitcher, who threwC. --..............._ 15 2 5 ..333L. will be a worthwhile one. There least a third of the population. I But there was something else- home. A complaint
Lunn out at third. Macbinstruck Lopez .-.......m 18 5 6 .333 will also be a prize for the run saw a couple of innings. of a game I something' worse than all the others j boy,your is on duty at this office

out. Baker walked and I C.Lunn ..........-. 22 :5; 7 .510: (i ner-up so that the winner won't yesterday between two town rolled into one. There was human from 6:00. to 7:15 p. m. for the

I bases were full. Ubieta singled to"Higgs ..-............... 20 4 6 .30( everything. So now all you teams and it was good baseball decay-a decay growing out purpose of delivering com

right Hale scoring and A. Lunn Ward ...............- 23 5 7 /ladies I of the so-called weaker sex for the kind of baseball it wassUDDosed of unemployment. A gnawing cancer plaints. Help us give yon 100

was thrown out at the plate ec-I Gonzalez .... ..-. 28 6 R .285 I I'I ('trv- and____ oubmart__nn.___ .!come._.___ of__ thpm_..u... . to__ K0_ ___ _A_ ,vrrmn____.<.r" _Ampri_____u I of idleness and seemingly percent service by calling 61 li
,nn.l..... <.._. .AAf\.."" ...._,_.. ,I especially your wife-sweethearts can playing third base on the losS there was nothing to do about it. you do not receive; The Citizen.
In the sixth frame the Busy I' ::are even worse) if you will please ers' side caught my eye both as a At that time more than 80 percentof
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Bees scored twice. Castro and C. WINDOUBLEHEADERj i get out to the course and get in a hitter and a fielder, and I am the population was on the dole

I. I Gates walked. Catcher threw to 'I ; little practice and incidentallygive recommending him to Mr. Casey euphemistically known as relief.

fli second trying to get Castro end ;(, your name to Senor Lionel Stengel, of our delightful Dodgers. ,I The relief program of the administration "MYSTERY OF: THEMASKED

the ball went high, Castro going to i!II Plummer. Lighthouse Office. Telephone There is another team about the I I is so vast and complex GIRL'

He would CowithaHy for a care third. Bethel who ran for Gates !I I 36 (no advt. intended) he town that should be of interest :. that very few people know Comedy in 3 AcU under ass-

..-.-.-. ,-.....-.10.-:,-,._ went to second. II. Gates hit a line will get you matched up with some to all who thrill to the sporting I I the ABC's from the XYZ's. But pice. of Junior of C. M. I.

drive to the pitcher with the ball DEFEAT HAWTHORNES AND friend or maybe an enemy. Everything spirit. And that's about the citizens -1 I in this patricular instance a small CONVENT'AUDITORIUM

from which fools whispered that 4I j.lilat ; bouncing off his shoulder and going I II TIGERS IN GAMES PLAY i is! fair in the game of golf. themselves-how by courage I miracle has been performed. To- TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK
Miguel! Santos had ? I
escaped. I back to the catcher. Castro I'I sacrifice and the asstance of a I day less than 50 percent of the ADMISSION __ 2S
They were fools because no man 'scored on the play and Bethel ED SUNDAYAt The president of the club is sympathetic government they I{i population is on'the dole. There is

ever escaped from the Valley. And went to third. Albury hit one over writing Ned Everhardt of the fought their way up from bleak I a new spirit of hope in the air.
that was the of Its hell- I -
its hopelessness. Out of its boundsno {rtffi..;: eecond base. C. Lunn went back the Nelson English Park!| Biltmore Club, seeing about haying despair to a position of self-re I The town is definitely on the up- ,,

one was ever pardoned becausethe nod just merely caught the ball in Sunday the Coconuts won a twin' a couple of the well known' liance and high optimism. 4 grade. MONROE THEATER

tales which could have been told palm of Ma hand. lie turned it so his finger tips. It was a great play bill. In the first game they de. j professionals come down and enjoy Less than two years ago this And where does the sporting
by the saved would have blackened that the jewels flickered and glaredat by Tommy. lIe got a big hand from (;,.fezrted the Hawthornes 12 to 8. t, some fishing and also put on I town was picking at the coverlets, spirit of the citizens come in? It SHIRLEY TEMPLE in

the face of the entire world. I him like a five-eyed! cat. and then r the crowd. A. Acevedo hit a high j The leading hitter was Storr who i iI .a match for us. The club will Underwrite gasping its last economic breath, J comes in hereIn order to get BRIGHT EYES

And when the general arrived at he put the thing away again in its fly to left and Bethel scored after i I hit safely four out of four times I j all expenses but it is expected hopeless and helpless. It seemed an appropriation from the government Matineet Balcony lOc Orches.
this conclusion he looked suddenlyup chamois wrapping. I the catch. Acosta went out, pitch He also pitched the full i!' to sell enough admission Incredible that historic Key West, to take care of the unem- ;
with an exaltation of his spirit. He wondered how long It would er to first. ,' up. game tickets to defray all costs. Probably once the Jamest. cih' in Florida ployables every citizen in town Ira, 15-20c Nifht. lS-25c,
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.. for the Coconuts. I J
There is no absolute hate without take for the Jewels to enter his blood in their nan- 01 me- same inning - i some of the pros will be gladto and the main port of call of ocean- agreed to contribute a certain :

fear Intermingled! and during the and become a necessity to him? As the Funeral Homers added In the secoid game Alphpus I get in on a bit of the FERA I going vessels might go the way number of hours' work to any given ,,.- .

long process of the torture he had to his strength to resist he knew one more run. Sterling walked, ';' j Dean was pitted against Allan I publicity. of the dead cities of the Western project-sweeping streets, CASA MARINAKey

begun to hate his victim because he that there was a border and a boundary went to second on a wild pitch. !i Smilh, and Smith came out with a | I desert, but that was the situation. building roads, painting houses, -
West's Hotel D. Lux
could not help being struck through beyond which he could not went to third an on infield out and I 5 to 0 victory. This seems to break j Suppose you boys have noticed I Over on the south side of the cutting weeks etc.

with a cold apprehension now and pass. That was why ho was glad to scored on Ingraham's singled 11 I (the jinx that Alpheus had over I where our old friends Tubby Price town, under grassy mounds laid As a result a certain loose economic American Plan'
again! : suppose that the man should see Duraya, white as snow, with the through second. the, Coconuts. Allan Smith hung and Sam Anderson are playing the out with such geometrical perfection balance has been struck. 200 Delightful Rooms, each.
live should contrive an escape sunset gold of its river looped I J(,up a record that local pitchers can with PrivaU Bath
The Bakers scored their last run i finals in the four-ball at the Bilt- as to question tenderness and The unemployables get three,days'
from the fort-should bo able at. around.He left the mare In hollow in the seventh. After two wereh I I (Ehoot at. lie fanned 20 Tiger bat.I ;( morl' They have some strong opposition deep feeling had been placed the I pay from the government at the Evening Dinner ...-.__- $2.00
some time to come inside its boundaries at !I I ten in the game, striking out in and Whiteheadbut remains of than 200 victimsof and at the Luncheon ., .
tlte verge of the town and made her out Roberts hit a double to cen-! Lynch more rate of $2.40 per day, .- .-, 1 50
Well once, the Valley wore of the Doad could Ho down. There she would remain ter and scored on Gonzalez' single I J I every one of the Tigers at least all the Key West fellows wouldbe the Maine\ disaster-the explo- Fame time the whole citizenry, is Afternoon Tea ?..- ... .50
(once. The }best hitters were A. overjoyed to see Sam and Tub sion which sent America into war engaged i in some" sort of labor U Cart.
according to his teacbhip, like to right j or a ,
(receive him and hold him forever. n 1 I
]McIntosh and E. Sands with three ,, coma.out victorious. Old Sam isi i I''against Spain and Teddy Roosevelt wiih' without pay.'This tpwn has
Should not such/bo the fate of I yeqTO faun 1*f' by its mother/until The Embalmers added one more i I j or Palm-Shaded Sandy. Beach with
those weaker 'creatures who venture Iii camo again? tally in the eighth frame. Baker i, ,hits in four times to bat.,, gene; as steady as a rock but Tub is charging up San Juan with his given an emphatican5wer; to I the Casino
to oppose men of destiny like 1 And he went on Into the town In walked{ went to second on a wild j Smith and Bill Butler pkegreat I a ways r fready to take advantage aJ-1 celebrated Rough Riders. cynical I, question: "Do people really ,Masseur in Attendance
Ignaclo Estrada? the early night forgetting all dangers piUh, gained third .on an infield Score game in the infield. the other fellow's boners. And along the. seacoast are, two ;! work?" PETER SCHUTT: Mgr.1rji '.
by innings of the second I
gladdening himself with the out and scored 'when Kerr singled I Ito I .
whole s9unU( ot>human beings gnln. andtSfffcenUof I game follows: R. 11, E. -rT- . "
FORVioya day. Montana fled I the pungent Mexican\ center.- I:Tigers 000 ,000 000-0 3';' 2i,I BILLIARD GAMES Sf.' -S.SS.,.. ._......_....- S CC S...SSCC.SSCC CC C.SCS-
,mountains from the
-away In field. Hale accepted 10 ,
i .
\\rookerf. Coconuts: 020 002 lOx 5 )
Duraya. Then, for two days he lived chances without an Sterling I ; Today's Birthdays
a quiet. Idyllic life in the wilder It was a night of festivaL The entire handled 16 first. A. I Batteries: Alpheus Dean and .! TO BEGIN TONIGHT Classified Column r1VACATW

ness. lie had found a bit of a valley population had gathered In the Acevedo and putouts Castro played a good Magee; A. Smith and R. Sands. j C.).S C...S S b C S C C C S C C.... .............-..........,......
street that
ran past the fort Summary Three base hit
past : :
above timber line where the foragewas V.j
for the Bakers.At Edward A. Sherman, associate
good tor Sally and where he So the he church made past the bishops palace. game bat the leaders were Roberts 1, Dean; struck out: by Smith 20, by !j'I A Singles Pocket Billiard Tournament : TRANSPORTATIONPARTYMOTORING forester-chief, U. S. Forest Service .
himself could catch fat fish out of a half-mask from the Dean 9; left on bases: Cocounts
the Recreation
sponsored by born Humboldt
; in Co.
and Ingraham. with two safe- Iowa
foolishly.. small creek. lining of his coat and entered the 18, Tigers 6; bases on balls: off: Department of the Florida to Vicksburg II .
ties in three times at bat. I i I : 64 years ago.Edward .
strong current of noise which flowed I Miss., will take oneor"two
: :
lie would lie for Smith 2 of THIS YEAR IN
prone hours under Box [ off Dean 1; time j j J, ERA here will get under way tonight pas
the shade of a rock during the along the street. At last he came to score: game: 1:30; umpires: Chino And at the Cuban Club the first sengers. Apply 41ft. White
day. lIe had that rare faculty of the bishop's palace and from the BEES AB R. H. PO A. E. Maxwell James. I J I street marSStxMISCELLANEOUS. K. Gaylord of Oklahoma FLORIDATYPEWRITING I

stopping all thought. almost all sencation doorway looked back on the scene II. Gates. 2b'4 0 1 0 20 Thursday afternoon the Tigers! I'f I:'match of which will begin. at 7:30. City, Okla..'newspaper pub.

and permitting the river of the lanterns. the laughter. the faces Albury, 3b .. 3 0 0 3 2 1 o'clock sharp. lisher, born at Muscotah, Kans.. !
and HawthornE's will play a sinI!I j/goUlHlliTH
The initial setto will]} together
whose Joy could not be masked. bring ,
time to pick up the soul and carry A. Acevedo, ss 3 0 0 4 2 0 62 years ago.
It slow or fast through strange lIe forgot his danger stlU farther.It Acosta 1C .... -1 0 1 0 .0 0 gle game starting at 4 p. m. Ludy Acosta and Jackie :

countries.At was a cold stream but it was no M. Acevedo, c 3 0 0 5 0 1 Club Standing of the clubs: Pet.I Carbonell. Other matches scheduled READ Citizen.the advertisements in The U. S. Senator Daniel Hastings I I /

night he built two small fires higher than his ankles. lie began to I' Bethel Ib .... 3 0 0 11 1 Oi Coconuts- ... ....W.2 L.0 1.000 will be between M.\ Sanchez; profitable You diverSion.will find. it a of Delaware, born in Somerset 11"II"'e
laugh. himself and he .m.m Ubieta and A.: Sanchez tf
of brush and lay between them was still _. 3 1 2 0 I and Domingo Co. :Md. 61
Roberts rr 0 0 ,
years ago.
laughing as he went the stairs. Tigers .... .. ....._......- 0 1 .000' against S. Esquinaldo.
,,warm comfortable on a bed ol up Gonzalez ._ 3 0 I I
d 1 1 0 0
I Itewthornes ...... ....... 0 1 .000' ALL
Copyrigkt. t'H, Jt Brother night the other MAKES RADIOS REPAIR.
leaves and wiry little bushes. Andsince Harper ) Castro sf __ 2 1 0 0 4 0'' |I Thursday games Floyd L. Carlisle of New York
ha did moat of his sleeping 1.--;: ; C. Gates, p ,. 2 1 0 0 2 I **t 4L.-.,.-*. *--urnamj'nf---------: --- wilt--.-- t\A-- hold----. ED by authorized radiotrician. City chairman of the board. the
during the day. he spent the night| Bishop Montana tomorrow. favor of the I 11I I I FRUIT SHIPMENT t-- Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela Niagara-Hudson, born at Water-

Totals- 30 3 5 22 13 3 I tI FIGHT CARD[) AT s street. Phone 866J. town, N. Y., 54 years ago. I
------ feb23-lmox
i iI
... .... I AT LOWE'S STORE:
S! S S S SI I I tirr. born in Macoupin Co., Ill. LOPEZ AB'R. II. PO A. E. Daniel R. Fitzpatrick of St

I Il Died Dec. 12. 1929.ISISConstance. Machin, rf __ 3 0 0 0 0 0 GYMCALLEDOFFThe BICYCLESWE Louis noted architect, born in

Today's I - Baker sf __., 1 J 0 0 3 0 of -' ,, England, 65 years ago.
Regular weekly shipment RENT by the Hour 75c
O' Day or
Anniversaries Ubieta, ss 4 1 1 3 1 fruits and will arrive
F. Woolson, Week. Repair all makes and Hon. Louis A. Tasehereau
Sterling. Ib ..' 3 2 1 16 '0 0 Lowe's Cash fight card, scheduled for ,
. ...... popular American novelst of herstay tonight by truck for paint them with Nu-EnameL We Prime Minister of hem '
...... ... .G. Kerrlf..4 1 2 1 00 I' Quebec
Division street last night at the High School Package of 500 Sheet
: Grocery, 1117 gymnasium a'faIl )
born carry supply of
at Claremont N. II. parts. there 68 :
McCarthy, cf 4 1 0 2 0 0Ingraham. years ago.
1805--TUbtin Perkins. American which includes with Frankie Fleming
Died) The shipment a Agent for the Rollfast .
: aboard Jan. 24. 1891. 'I Bicycles
missionary!' to the Nestorians of c 3 1 2 2 0 4 large variety of both fruits and and Pete Nebo lined up for the and sell them as low U $1.00 Dr. Freeman Blunt, a dentist) GOOD, QUALITY BONI .

Persia, Syriac scholar born at C.Lunn,2b..3 0 1 2 2 0 vegetables is expected to arrive main go, was called off at the 1 last per week.; J. L.: Stowers Marie of Albert Lea Minn., has built a PAPERARTMAN'PRESS
3 0
Hale 1 3 0
3b 7
Hoi}'eke, Mass. Died at Chicao- 1853-Howard Pyle. --- : early in the evening. I minute. Company. anl8-lmo -
pee! Mass., Dec 31. 1869. to!. painter and author iUustra.1 I A. Lunn p.. 3 0 1 0 1 0 I I i This was due to the fact that trailer completely office equipped and automobile to his

Wilmington, DeL Died Nov. Lnnn 2 (II. Gates and Castro) by I there were so few in attendancethat goes
1911. 9'1 Totals 31 7 82716 5 Gates 3 (Machin, Sterling and it was deemed advisable to FOR RENT patients.

Score by innings: R. H. E. i, McCarthy) bases on balls off affair -
1824-Lucy Larcom, Lowell. I ; call the whole off. FURNISHED _. _- .
:Mass, mil! worker, teacher, poet I Bees _i 000 002 100-3 5 3 Lunn 4, off Gates 4; wild pitches: BUNGALOW FOR
and author. born at Beverly. Mass. 1854-Philip Hale. Boston's famous -|Lopez 050 001 Olx-7 8 2 Gates 4, Lunn 1; double plays: Of the 20 women who have RENT-All modern conven PALACE

Died in Boston April 17, 1893. I music and dramatic critic, I Batteries: C. Gates and M. Ace- Hale to C. Lunn to Sterling been members of the national iences. 632. William street' I Nova Pilbeam. In Citizen Bldg.PHONE .

born at Norwich, Vt. Died Nov. I vedo; A. Lunn and Ingraham. Sterling (unassisted), Castro to House of Representatives, ejghtwere Apply? Valdes, Bakery. feb23 LITT.LE; FRIEND:
30, 1934. Summary: Two base hits: Rob- A. Acevedo to Bethel, Bethel to sent there
I originally to NICELY
and Short
1836-Charles Goodnight, not. ,. ,erts, Acosta. Sterling; stolen bases: A. Acevedo; time of game: 1:15; serve out the unexpired ternu; of ,' at 827 Dnral street. Apply Comedy Reel

Western cattleman of the fron. Subscribe to'The Citizen JIL Gates, Kerr; struck out: by umpires: Lopez and Gonzalez. their late husbands. I 825 Duval.. street. roarZtf MatiB1: O-.l&*.NifMt 10-20c I

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SOCIETY : : SAINT PAUL'S ............................................. ...
Robert II. Givens was an arrival II. R. Nowe, of Portsmouth,I Please o>>. prompt In paring
yesterday from :Miami for a, Va. arrived yesterday to join the carrier wno,, deliver your I
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Nowe and little daughter,I paper. He pay The Citicea
'PHONE 752-J who are the guests of Mrs. Nowe's 15 cent a week tor the pa

!................................................ OF LENT, TO BE OB- Chester Lowe, who was here er.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lykes Turn EVERY SUNDAY cent per and His sell profit it to" for you delivering for 20- acy now, 1000 houses Duval the Oriental street, at the Pharm-corner -

SERVED for the funeral of his mother, EVENING i i. 5 cent weekly each
Continues on of Division. This company an-
Key West Society Mrs. Mary J. Lowe left yester- subscriber if he i i. not paid
i. i '. < i L i. day afternoon for his home in Mr. and Mrs T. O. Bishop were nounces the removal into the new
IIC! lose. :Not The Citiua.
With Varied Entertainments Tampa. arrivals yesterday from Miami to|I building in this issue of The Citizen -
The services on Ash Wednes- The following are the subjects
.. be present at the fight card which "III.A.rIIIA .
-- of to be delivered during
day, March 6th, the first day of to have been held last night i sermons i
Key West society, together Cocktail Hour remained for the was Lent by Rev. A. L. Maureau and t The Oriental Pharmacy is now
1' Lent, at St. Paul's Church will be Mrs. J. B. McClusky, of Glen- but which was postponed because !
with social-minded members of dance later in the evening, while f wood, Iowa, arrived Sunday and of lack of patronage. I Rev. W. J. Reagan at the st.Mary's TENT SHOW WAS\ one of the finest equipped drugstore
as follows: j
the large winter residential set, others were to be seen at the Ha- is the guest of her sister Mrs. I II Star of the Sea Catholic in the state. The new building -
have managed, even in a week'I Club. Blessing and Imposition of Susan B. Whalton at the home of I Church, with those by Rev. Reaganas MUCH I affords enlarged, and- multiplied
bana-Madrid ENJOYED!
immediately following a round of i I Ashes, followed by Sung Mass Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Whal Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern{ ', follows: I facilities for
very much activity, to find I For the young people there was 6:30 A. JI. ton, 1419 Division street. who were spending a while with I March GLeaning\ of Lent." I and contains handling prescriptions
amusement for themselves, and,, the DeMolay\ Prom, a successful'and Mr. Halpern's brother-in-law and March 13-"They Know Not 1----1 many new
Low Mass-9 A. M.
it is'a well-known fact that after:[ delightful dance given at the sifter. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holts- What They Do." I i conveniences for the public.
Evening service-7:30 P. M. 1 Emelio Romero and
a series of unusual events thereis Cuban Club, well-attended and Harry Baldwin, first assistant I berg left yesterday afternoon for March 20-"This Day Thou :I[ company night manager
generally a period of dullness.I much enjoyed by the youngsters.: During Lent, there will be the keeper at Carysfort Lighthouse, the home in New York. Shalt Be With Me In Paradhe.! "i I was by far the best they have jetproduced. j I proprietor of the store, is a graduate -
i usual services on Sundays and pharmacist of the University
But not so with the local social Sunday there was the tennis left today for the light after I I March 27-"Why Hast Thou (( This play was a riot of 1.
i week-days, with the addition of Havana and has been in the
set. Activity and even more ac- tea at Casa Marina, and later on t spending his vacation with his i Forsaken Me'* laughter from start to finish and
evening service on Wednesdaysand Ike left business in this city for '23
Mr. and Mrs. Levy yesterday drug
tivity seems to be the keynote I| in the evening the special concert, family. I ( April 3-1 Thirst." those: that did not see it last night '
Fridays at 7:30 o'clock. I afternoon for the home in'I II I years. Eugene i. Martinez, associate
of the day. No sooner is one af-: under the direction of Richard I! April 10-"It is Consummat should do so tonight as this same
I the, At St. J'eter's church the Ash! | New York after a visit of two druggist, is a graduate of
than several more are| Principale and featuring as 1(I ed. play will be on again.
fair over i Wednesday services will be as follows Mrs. Clara Lewis, who was weeks with their cousins, Mr. and' I the Max Morris School of Macon
planned, and it must l Le;. said that, guest artist of the occasion Mrs !s I : The sermons by Rev. Maureau Wednesday and Thursday
: : spending several weeks with rela- Mrs. Rubin Appel. I I: Ga. One of these two druggists is
Alice Perkins, soprano, rendering follow: nights this will present I
almost company
they are always gay I Blessing and Imposition of tives and friends in Key West,}!i --- J I I I j always on duty at this store.I .
cessful and enjoyable. with her splendid voice several] Mass I' i t'! I I i| "Hammer and Sickle, or Cross th.-t romantic play, "Her Gypsy I
Ashes, followed by Sung left yesterday aftrnoon for Fort
Last week there were several, beautiful numbers. i I Vista Lowe, who was here for Course: of Sermons. Sweetheart" Jimmie Heffner says I
6:30: A. M.Litany Lauderdale where she makes her I James Madison was the firsti
items of interest on the social There is much to look forwardto the funeral of his grandmother, I I I i "Irms and Red Communism." he has reduced the price now
in Procession sermon I home with her son-in-law and i President to habitually wear long
i i .
week also. Today there Reason and Faith." where it within the reach of all.
calendar. During the early part this Mrs.: Mary J. Lowe, left yesterday : ; I
Benediction of the Most ,
( and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baum- | trousers.
of the week there was the large, is the social tea hour of the Key Blessed Sacrament-7:30 P. M. j I gardt. : afternoon for his home in Jack- i i 'Science and Revelation." See the ad in today's Citizen for I
and beach party at Casa West Woman's Club, during which :; sonville. "The Bible." prices.
Lenten : Subscribe .to'The Citizen.i
During the season i
Marina, attended for the most!{ there will be\an, unusual display; will be the usual services at there St. :i! }I, I "The Redeemer." .' 't.' I_ It;you don:t-Bee "Kempy" tonight ..); r...;.....- ..w.,:.*. _-*?*
part ,by winter visitors and hotel of paintings and other art exhibits Peter's chtSBB 'r TJ JTfednesdays'j Mr. and Mrs. R. E'j: # er, "Tis Church. ', you'll rWS'o'ne ofthe' best '
t 1 from the talented l 'hands of i who were in Key West f J1).1 J B. Evans auditor; for one oft : Services will be held 'every Sun comedies cver.written, it)it said.* ;
guests. ;
There! were meetings of the I many'''Key Wept"-and winter visi- the Fridays Litany at 7 wilK'beixsUjpg:30t.;# .M.,Stations; and on of :'while, left yesterday aftei ftn..: t\large}; oil companies, who was I; day evening at 7:30 o'clock-. -f'Ato watch for that: thrillin ;mysterjrplay. -'i

Key West Garden Club and the tors. This whole" atfair promises the Cross, followed by Benedic, for Brooklyn, N. Y., andtwili return -I' here for a brief visit, left yesterday t ., "The Haunted Hou!e."t If t t'V 'D O F

Junior Woman's Club of'the city,|Ito( be a delightful and .instructive tion. I I at a later date to remai$ for for Miami. I EXCURSION TO f .}phone"Page's)( : *,;Soda Fountaifor'reservations. f

the latter a most enjoyable rodal one.nd will*be largely.a.tteml' a longer stay. !I .:Phone: 0117.: 'I 1

during which bridge and Michigan And, of:coursetthe;' 'jl..rlJ! ,'" Always I. ........................ I Iltr. II i i Mrs. W. H. Keathley and son.1 '***& .4 -- I IToday's GOESTHEPRICEOFSHAVING
and attended 'Ib the the privato-dinners,,;' lunch I DRY TORTUGAS t..1 I "
were played I I| who were visiting with relatives f
younger social set. eons teas and Jupper-parties that Today History \ and Mrs. Everett :MtutinI : in Key West, left yesterday afternoon Horoscope!I COMFORT

Saturday was very gay. During are constantly in progress and ........................ I II I left yesterday afternoon for Miami -I t! for the home in Miami. I -.- I i

the afternoon there wan thevergrowing e these, with the public affairs, 1496-John Cabot, an Italian I I i I| en route to their home in I I An excursion aboard plane to .
Cock constitute a never-ending round t I Brooklyn, N. Y., after a stay of ,
in popularity '
< 'I in the English service Old Fort Jefferson GO miles west 1 will!
navigator i is one whose life
tail Hour at Raul's, attended by a of social; gayety and enjoyment several days in Key West. I Mrs. Alan Fox, of Charleston, 4Vi
II the of here in the Gulf of Mexico
obtained a patent from Eng: i on ,abound with difficult and laborious)I'I 1A
the S. and New York arrived}
of smarl t; and help make Key West C.. yesterday '
representative gathering I it lish king to search and occupy the I I I! her Walter .one of the Dry Tortugas is planned I work. Endowed with good will and
the active place is. to join father
ft pleasant
Many t i 'I .
society. present New World. Phil Coleman, noted basso pro- Wilbur, assistant to Alan Johnson, for this week, it was announced an earnest soul there will be good t 1 1I

I 'I| fundo. who was spending a few field representative of the FERA i this morning.i I I use of the powers, and however j

AtWnmnn'i 1770-Historic Boston Mas- I j days in Key West, left yesterday I, in the southeastern United States,i j Governor Dave Sholtz, who is, humble the position, it -will be I I J rPR
I Enjoyable Bridge Party Given sacre. Ii afternoon for Miami en route to who is here looking over the progress spending a brief vacation at theCa magnified. Of very powerful emo- i I

Tampa, and expects to return of the rehabilitation program. a Marina, and members of his I tions, you may sway others, and +h
. : Club House Last Night 1785-(150( years ago) Died, in within; ; the next few weeks. I i I family plan to make the trip asjyou, i, should have good creative
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Philadelphia aged 43, Joseph I i well as several others, among!:: ,,'powers in art. The most evident j ji i

Shamrocks and harps, em- Cappick, Mrs. W. J. Phelan, Mr. Reed, 'soldier-statesman of the i ;; whom will be Elmer Davis well: i traits will be simplicity of life !I

blematic of St. Patrick's Day were!1' and Mrs. Seaborn, Mr. and Mrs. Revolution. Mrs. John R. Williams who was i Mrs. Lillie Wallace returned known author spending some timein ! and strenuous character in work.| JUNIOR BAK

effectively used in arrangements!I J. E. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. I j visiting with friends: in Key West,1 yesterday from a visit with her Key West. I I I

of the benefit bridge party last Demeritt, Mr. and Mrs. E. Eng- 1927-1200 U. S. Marines land- :j left over the highway yesterday: daughter, Mrs. Charles Regan at The trip will give Governor";I PRAYS LOUDLY /
William H. White, ed in Shanghai to preserve order. I morning for her home in Miami Lakeland another daughter Mrs. Sholtz his first opportunity to see! I ,
night at the Woman's Club house, land, s. T M REG U S PAt.OSr
1307 Division street, sponsored!,, Mrs.! C. L. Reshore, Mrs. J. K. I accompanied by Miss Edna Harold (Hume, at Gainesville and Fort Jefferson since it was madea ij.I ALTOONA Ala.-Sam Hopper,:I .+ qI1ER PATENTS PENONO

by the women of St. Mary's:i Davenport, Miss MJldred Wagoner 1933-President Roosevelt summoned Knowles daughter of Mr. and son, Ed. Wallace, at Homestead. national monument through an I i of this city daily prays FO loudly.} Probak Junior fits all'

Catholic Church, with Mrs. A. Mrs. John Wells, Miss Moline, a special meeting of con- Mrs. Allan Kno\\les, who will She has been away from the city executive order by President t;; }hat he can be heard two miles Gillette A Probak razors
gress and proclaimed bank holiday.i visit relatives. (since last October. Roosevelt j
Hewitt and Miss Adelaide M'I I Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, I way.

Keown in charge. Mrs. John Manegold, Miss Grace ... ..- ---. .---- ,
The rooms arranged for card Cottingham, Miss Marie Cotting.] --
tables were decorated in green I ham Mis. C. J. Nash. -,-- .
Barcee !Mr.\ and ::........
and white and score and tally Mrs. Mary! De ... .
cards carried shamrocks and harp. Mrs. Arthur Pastorini, Lieutenantand "" z': .:=t::."". : ,,:.:.,' .
The same motifs decorated individual -I Mrs. S. \\\. Douglas, Mrs. To- '"'":: .::->>' t' ;. IA

cakes served with ice lan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor,

cream in white and silver cups. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Julian, Mrs. 1i When strangers meetI L O ,

The serviettes were in green.A John Luff, Mrs. Angela Vaughn

large green hat was used to Francis X. Delaney, James Fort, ,
collect the door tickets in the con- Miss Margaret Lacedonia. Miss y' I break the ice'

test for a lovely lamp} which was Edna Gato, Miss Aliita\ Gato, Miss ;.
wpn by Mrs. S. M. Whalton. Barbara Luce, MV. and Mrs. i.r i.

This entertainment was one of Charles Falk, Mr. and !Mrs. Frank

of the most delightful social Delaney, Mrs. John Key, Mrs. jO

events of early Spring and was William Parker Mrs. Ed Neff.

enjoyed by the following: Mrs. Mrs. Laura Crusoe, Mrs. Eva B. %

John Hyatt Mrs. F. A. McKtown, Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Boyle. ;

Mrs.V ll Pinder, Miss Adelaide, Mrs. S. M, Whalton, Mrs. Jen- m uonn.amuxruA ..

MfKeown\ Mr. and Mrs. A. M.I nie McClusky, Mr. and Mrs. John : ,
Hewitt Miss\ P.eulah MacClinch, Pinder M"r. and Mrs. O. S. Long ,I .l'." : ,'" ;:
Captain and Mrs. John McCann,I Mrs. Phillip Wilson, FatherV.. '.. : .

Miss Flossie Haker, Mr. and Mya.W ., Reagan Mrs. Sabastian Cabrera -. 'fIf..
II. Monsalvatge. MVs.! II. U.Dementt. Jr., Miss Florence Williams, Mrs : V'a V'\\
Mr. and) Mrs. Louis Joseph Shourds, Mr. and Mrs. :. :.:

Bierna, Mrs. Mervin Ius.ocll.Irl! \. James S. Roberts Mrs. Julia

Harry I. Know lea. Mrs. J. G. Bean Mr. and ,Mr*';;. .Maynard .', ...
Piodela Mrs\ O. Russell Raker. Eugctte'tDe i Baccre, \ .UTS. L... +"
Henry 1AL
'. ....4.. .. -ear o 1 I
Mrs. Flora Lester, Miss\ Yolande W.. R. Warren* bLiastMo11itLParkcr

Mrndoza, Henry l1a kins, M4Rosirtda !!: '}'rlol B.1;:Curry s.Mf reno>iifta.! rIOU'UG "

Piodela. Mrs J. K.: Lwis, H. C. Galqy; Nr .,'Jerry ,((Trevor.' I tIll j-j.4.
; CLli t
)It Ra'ph Milner. Wrs. Ford bilk C. 'G. Ilkkfi.a.MTs. Norberg ...... ".
Mrs:. J. R. Sullivan Miss Marie|Thompson, and ,others.... "I> ..' ,1".11' I -, r y..or... YRao
f! n
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H '..' "L 4
Malones Entertain 1}I Entertainment At %

At Dinner Party j I Convent TonightThere : > 4

Mayor and Mrs. William II.! will be a mystery comedyin You like me best because I am expensive center leaves. That .

Malone dclightiuly entertained at, three acts entitled Girl"The" Mystery so mellow, rich, flavorful. She why I'm milder. That's why I \ \ /.>
an informal dinner party on Sun of the Masked presented ,

day evening in honor of Mr. and tonight in the auditoriumof chooses me in preference to tastebetter.NotopIcavesunripeother \ ,

Mrs. Keith Morgan; and their son,' the Convent of Mary Im-
Arthur. i i maculate here, under the auspices cigarettes for another and stinging;no bottom leaves, \

Others in attendance at the affair of the Juniors of the Con '
reason; because I am so mild coarse and sandy,are permitted
were :Ji. and Mr.s. Julian'Lanfner
: and 1lrs.Iary: Lou I vent.This comedy promises to be well and easy on her throat. But you to destroy my uniform mildness \

Knowles. j worth the viewing, and it is expected
II lb
'I that a large attendancewill both prefer me because I am and good taste. I'm your best x .

Dance At Cuban 1 be on hand. made exclusively from fragrant, friend. am your Lucky Strike. \

Club ThursdayThere CARD OF THANKS '" .4

!' 't. t :
will ; a dance at the To the many friends who assisted ..: :101'. ::I.o!"

Cuban Club on Thursday night of| us during the illness of our 10..', ). .' '.; .;....

this week, beginning; at 9 o'clock: loved one Mary J. Lowe we ex ._.dJ.... 01,1'... .....,.. _.,,(.,... .I.. ,.".. '.

under the sponsorship of Robert: tend] our sincere thanks. To those ,1,"<"t.,:., !!.,f :.C' : ) : ;..P" -
J. Perry Chapter Order of De-i: who evidenced their friendshipwith !: "f : ;.
Molay. I floral offerings and the use !..f'I; ..: .
I "
., .. . ., :
Tommy's Orchestra and the IHeffner | of cars after her passing, we will ; .' ',:'
-Vinson players will fur-1: be forever grateful.
rash musK-; for the affair. imar5-lt THE FAMILY. LUCKIES E )X ii CENTER LEAVES <'


Plan EntertainmentFcr I I After 6 p. m.. William Finn, CENTER LEAV '' GIVE. ; Y U THE MILDEST SMOKE ..
This Evening Boston taxicab driver, always
wears a tuxedo at work.

Mayer anIt'S.. W. 11. :Malone
will entertain this evening at the Subscribe to The Citizen.

home on Division street in honor
of Governor and :Mrs Dave I C
Sholtz. .....:. ;;:;;--... ,

Other guest will be :Mr. and I

Mrs. Peter Schutt. Mr. and Mrs Thursday Night March 7th "r 1dti Iih
Wallace Bryant Kirke, MUs peen I CUBAN CLUB <

Williams, Stanley Wood, A. W.' Music by Tommy Thompson's _-- -

Wju.t'lerIr.: and :Mrs. Sullivan'' 12 Piece Orchestra I I : .,.lanricsa LM.00-' t .' # t_ .

and Elmer Davis. C.nt*, 60c Ladies Fr*.
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