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 7, 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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I .Associated or55YearDevotedtothe Service.Press Day. Wire. I ... Ut. be l{cp W cst (QLttitii: most country Key West equable; with Florida weather an, average has in the tl I I

I Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit i _



County Commissioners Receive I!EXHIBITION OF .' .TUGS STAND BYWRECKED .1 NEW RUUNG BYCUSTOMS Secretary Of War Approves


Communication Pertaining To'I'I OPENS,-TONIGHT, WARBLER AND RELIEF REJ I I,I NEW* 'ORDER_ISSUED APPLIESTO Revised Plans For Bridges!


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': FOR-FlUNG Wrecking Tugs Warbler and Another ruling relative: to importations .

Shown Each County Will'I''TIME VAL AND SOUTHARD STS. Relief are still near the salvaged:: from foregin countries BRIDGE CAMPSREPORTS Filed By State Road

Receive Its Portion On I TAX RETURNS IS Steamer Havana of the Ward! by passengers arriving at United Department

Tonight, at 8 o'clock. the first Line in Southwest Channel while :States ports has been made by the
Or Before Fifteenth Day j I Key West Stamp and Coin Exhibition xVGCATlONAL SERVICE COM. EVERYTHING QUIET
NEARING AN END I I' will be presented in the members of the crews of the vessels customs bureau.

Of April show room of Gato & Navarro, are making repairs and an examination This applies to alcoholic beverages "..rl.1 55ashIt. .pe.

Inc., at the corner of Duval and of damages is being and was received jesterday PROGRAM; STRUNK PRE OPERATIONS XT MA TECUM. .t vs. ciie.W'ASIIINGTON D. C.
BUT EIGHT DAYS MORE ARE Southard street The event is I' ,
sponsored by the Key West Phil-| made, checked and reports of the !'by G. N. Goshorn, deputy collector SIDES AT SESSIONThe BE SECTION March 7.-Approval has
Final) allocation of race track LEFT CLAIMS DEPUTY COL- I Ii ;
i atelic Society, and a number of .customs in charge at Key
condition of the steamer being,
fund to the different countiet REVENUE i good local stamp and coin collections -I i i are Rotary: luncheon toda was Lieutenant W. Curry Harris, been granted by Secretaryof
LECTOR OF INTERNAL i West from A. J. Angle, collector I
in the state i i. to be made od or will be displayed. I i compiled. I: of Florida at given over to the Vocational Service Battery "E", Florida National: War George II. Dern to
I AT KEY WEST At 7:45 o'clock the doors will Both of the tugs are expected Tampa. Committee, with I Everett Russell : -
before the 15th day of April.} I II be opened to the public, without !| to come up to the l'orter Dock 'I,i: The telegram indicates that the chairman, in charge of the Guard on duty at Mstecumbe, revised plans for a bridge to

This shown' in 'communie-' i.. I {I I admission charge. At 8 o'clock, ':I company for fuel oil, water and full $100 exemption of any adult program. Eddie Strunk president came in today for a short visi\ be constructed across Flor-
was There' remains but eight more j Commodore von Mietk-Liuba, II. I I returning resident be applied of the organization, presided'over with his family.
]j i supplies within the next 24 hour:?!. may ida; Bay between Lower
hod.' received. County"'ClefU i the general session. ai t i
'days'more irt'which to file'income I D. W., president' of the' society. I to alcoholic S Asked what were ondtions'the'
beverages in
Ross C. Sawyer'and'read'at' th* taxi returns; saya'K.: Bigelow, deputy will convejr the I personal greetingsof I Whether or not the Havana will be ,: but the proper The subject' of: .vocational camp Lieutenant' Harris- replied rMateeumbef;' ,Key ,and NoKey"
collector: of internal revenue President Roosevelt and two of' brought up to the dock has not I,' cases revenue tax program wa si Q3iness.randPr)1fnsional that all the men were,.working \'
meeting 'or'count,. 'eonimii a*f* ;l KeYW; st: ,t'I I I 1his cabinet'members.Then in the' been determined. I i must be assessed on any quantity Ethics/"with Odes Pogue- and there were no signs of Name according to an

last night. The1 period for filing these reurns' ![t absence of May William H. Ma- i I in excess of one quart although! !giving the principal'address of the. any disturbances nor uneasiness lithe announcement by'' ;the war

,{ \ begins'iwith January' 1 and;:lone.'the acting mayor of Key' [' included in the exemption. occasion. camps. ,1IIII | department.
Present' were Ch irma..tII Cart West will formally the exhibition 'ATTORNEY OF NEW Sebastian Cabrera, Jr.., had L.
ends on Manh: 15, 1935. which affords -( open ; I It > In' reply to a question as to .
Bervaldi Commistioner Braiton ample time, it is said, for I to the public. Hughes, manager of the OverSea when the troops were to be re 'Application for approvalof

all who must file these returns to 11 Visitors are requested to cast a YORK VISITS CITY THREE BUILDINGPERMITS S Hotel and his son, as guests j turned he said that so far no orders the plans had been filed
B. Warren and Nathan Nile comply with the law. ( vote giving the number of the at the meeting, with Mr. Hughes had been issued relative to
fiame of stamps which most appealed :giving an address in which he I by the State Road Depart
Clerk Sawyer add Chief Deputy Those who must file these returns ISSUED the future, and to make any
| to them. poke of his great delight on corn-
I be useless. of Florida
guesses ment
Clements Jaycock are single persons with a j A number of messages of congratulation 'I C. Horace Tuttle, prominent ing: to Key West recently.Mr. I Another officer from the camp
income of of
net $1,000 more, or .
In connection with the matter income of $5,000 and married ; and best wishes fori young! attorney of New York is a Hughes: stated that he had was asked earlier in the week if The department's announcement -

of race track funds a letter was gross couples who had a net income i success have been received by the : visitor in Key West and enjoying!,f Three building'&nd repair permits become very favorably impressed |j he Had! heard anything relative to states that:
society. There are also several were issued this week ending with Key West, and said that in I of
from the commissioners establishing permanent
real county delightful with his a camp
of$2., UO or more or gross a stay family "The original plans for
of I'unta Gorda askingthe income of $5,000 or more. I'I out-of-town exhibitors who have ., who have been here for the win-!! Mart\ h 7 from the office of Harryi acquiring a long-time on I{ detachments from the national

Monroe county board to join Returns must be filed with the I contributed to the show. frames ter season at 1125 Flagler avenue.]'I r' Baker building inspector, as fol- the hotel done that he with is the now view operat1mg off IceU t guard on the keys during the*] this bridge were approved
with them in )protesting against!collector of internal revenue at I Approximately fifty Mr. Tuttle expressed his I lows: bridge: activities and he replied December The
with stamps and coins will be arranged ; riiig much greater business 26,1934. revised -
any changes which may be proposed the office in the federal building pleasure and enjoyment at being;I I General repairs at 1110 White I that he had heard it discussed but
at the next assembly of the on table!, and members of lext winter season in addition to had learned nothin(V;....!Hive. njans' show the bridge
which is open every day and will I in this "charming city" where all street.; Owner. Mrs. "V. W. Wat'lins has!
state which will be the !society will be glad to answer .I U'e excellent patronage that Sheriff K. O. Thompson repliedto ):
legislature be open until midnight on March is restful) and evidences of con1 : ; cot, $300. 'cen received this year. I Ii j I constructed along a straightline
next month. This will be discussed i questions. t the same question that whether
15. are seen on every hand.) Addition to residence at 002
t the next meeting of the board. ; Among other exhibits there will .' In concluding his address Ihespeaker or not this w 41.1 be 'done he could between Lower :Mate-
For those whose income is easily i, His rgret i is that he must leave'Eaton street. Owner. John Gates; stated. that he held out'
be frame which shows Archduke -
a but favorable
Receive Application determined the making of returns -I I| and Archduchess Francis almost at once having been called 1 cost, $600. I great hopes for Key West and i t the not idea.say he was to cumbe Key and Long Key,
Application of S Burrell Acher- is an easy matter. For those to the metropolis on business but!I New roof on porch of home on that
Ferdinand on stamps: of Bosnia.It :its environs, and predicted If the plan is put in effect it i h providing for' 2.08 miles of
/;' whose income and expenditures. will make to '. owned W.-
r.on for license to bell liquors.I J was the murder of these Aus- arrangements enjoy Fleming street by the there would be a great influx of1! understood that detachments from
beers and wines at Tavernier! was are complicated, it is not so easy. :trian heirs to the throne of the i I a longer 'stay next season. j Knowles Estate; cost, $75. Htors' coming to the Inland City Miami and Key West batteries arch. construction in lieu of

read and the application ordered In order to guide those who arc I: that direct ..- ... rext winter, besides the many that j, I
I Hapsburgs was the 1----- --- rIi --- -- - '- i would be used on a basis.of [endIng alternate fills and arch sections -
make these the
printed compliance with the required to returns i I|cause of the World War will come here the _year round. j!, relief units for service at I
regular -
law. Bureau of Internal Revenue has otin-l issued I I I To Show, Smallest StampIn : After _the singing! of the !eJ.u71(: inlerval.J, . -r<' -' '; ,. ,*i as, J provided' .-,* -'- X*.ip... prig

Public Rondj Raymond 6f *$S
''tamp ever issued by country
phase of the matter from which :I any ... EIGHTEEN GO It was pointed out that
Anthony Demeritt were ap- the above was taken. !i in the world will be shown. Catho-
proved! by the board.) If there is any doubt in the j! lies will delight in the beauty I 1 Temperature south portion Friday AVIATORS i approval of the plans does

Tax Collector Frank II. tadd's) minds of one making these returns '-I[I hich the Papal Tiara and St. Pei Highest .. ....... ... ..........82 colder Friday and in extreme ON EXCURSIONTO not mean Federal aid for
report of licenses!' showed $1.0001 I the safest way to secure the i I ter's Keys present on a stamp of Lowest ...... .. ... . 72JMean north portion late tonight.
collected for liquor licenses dur-l) )proper information i is to consult I{I Vatican City. I ..::::..' :::.: .....:;.:.....: ::.::::::77 i iI ARRIVED IN CITY I TORTUGAS the bridge, but merely

ing February. I i Mr. Bigelow.) The first stamps ever printed I: Normal Mean .'....,. '.....-............72Rainfall f. / 'SlF'\"lk"J-: { I'! J:: 1'I' ... ,;...,\\I\t:it\,. grants permission for its construction -
County Judge Hugh Gunn's re.' Honduras without perforations "ti. ;:t .' BURINGMORNINGCOME f i I II
port of licenses issued during end faded from age will be seen. :I I \1'II't, .rOt''tf1 I I by the date, over
CRIMINAL COURTTO Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. .. .'. .... ; ,.,,,,, .
February showed collections of | One of the greatest attractions of ....oIIo'.j' ( GOVERNOR AND MRS. DAVID waters which are within
I .. .05 Ins.IhU ':..r. :
the exhibition will be the minia- Normal Precipitation 1 :\ot: ,. ....'u \ HERE FROM CHAPMAN
$374. or this amount $210 ] :
goes I rrroril enters :21-hour period ('J.t":; \, .. SHOLTZ AMONG PASSENGERS Federal jurisdiction, because
to the state and $128 to the MEET MONDAYCriminal tore t United States Postage rndtiiK Hi !* o'clock ISis nun.lnlC.Tomorrow' i ,1 FIELD ONE PLANE OF PUR.
I k''I
I 'j) ;
county. Stamps. which have been canceled Almanacun | ; ; c I t ; NINE ARRIVE THIS: I technically navigable.
are guaranteed genuine. ......_ .._...._. 6:43 ( %
Tax Collector I.acM's! deposit in: : I I rr-cs : a. m. '! 1i I i
Another item interest bea MORNING FROM MIAMI
the First National Bank for the: court will convene for of will Sun sets: _............_... 6:33: p. in. i .... 9d 'I I
month of February was for $1,. the March term Monday morning, two thousand dollar provisional! Moon rises ........... .... 8:55: a. in. ...j : I YACHT VANDA

f\97.2-1, disbursed to the different March 11, in the county court-, damp.The exhibits aim to furnish | Moon sets .................10:38: p. m. )!AIN MOldy Cloudy As a reuItofthe tendered: Captain delightful icception D.- ': Governor and Mrs. .Dave Sholtzl I Iwt're .

accounts Revenue. as$240.67 follows: Licenses.General' house with Judge) J. Vining: Harris I rtruction besides being !\in'I'I Tomorrow' Tide Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Clank: and the 18 aviators under two of the 18 passengers | ARRIVES HERE

; : presiding. I to the eye. Stamps teach A.M. P.M.\ Gentle to moderate southeast and hi* command, who arrived in Key leaving by plane this morning for
$258.75; Fine and Forfeiture, Due to the fact that a numberof graphy history spelling. arith- High .......,..........11 :46 fouth winds becoming northwestor West Sunday, others of the Twcnuelh an excursion trip to Garden Key''
$90.25: ; Outstanding I Indebtedness,' cases were disposed of at a re-, metic. and knguage.: The exploitsof Low .................... .0:14: 6:29: north and an exploration of historic old VESSEL OWNED BY ERNEST
I I Friday and overcast Pursuit Group, U. S. A.,
$421.17 Special Advertising,
$30.08 ;Special Bond and Interest ceased session of court held February great generals are recalled, the I Barometer at 8 a. m. today: weather probably occasional; rain \\( instructed to make the Key Foit Jefferson. , .P:4Nf'OF; BROOKL1NE,
C0.17; Road: FundS $60.17; Gen-1' 25, there will be a light'_ niggles of oppressed peoples for Sea level 30.11. Friday and in north portion to- West trip. One plane trrivcd'Moh-' Others were: Mr. and f.. .$fJ1l.J c ,, .
; docket at the approaching tcr/u, freedom are written on their .light.Hast. and two others tOday:' '1",1 ames Sullivan. guerts! o[ the govrnor : r MASSACHUSETTSi
jay '
era) Srlx1'!; J300.R4! ; Spc-clal "
it i is'zaitl.SMAfl. '.Stamp1.' Indelibly, the events that : luntheoii-'tendered'' > an4.Mrs,1.ta\ h ij 'f"V'. _
School Boivlafidtcret} | st,,$.145.05; ;; I| Lowest Highest Gulf: Moderate south At the tip: !tIA \! '
Special School) Tax District -- --- ,have; changed the. destinies of na- Station Last Night Yesterday shifting to northwest or north ifiin Clark, fend hfcJiui*clate''"oflV 'dren. CarolineSholtz ' 4t i Eta tttfi,1 Magnificent f Yacht} ,\; an,ynda,

ber 1. $2)O.09.Remitteil: Num-I FIRE AT i jtioiyj i are, ;juipript on the stamps Abilene ............ 32 62 \\inds.I oers at Delmonieo'trstauranl' .'lie ;, Edwhi odin, ar6araflsrjr.4.Eat : hoiuVpoit Uoston! Ma s., arrived
[I of different ,countries Atlanta ........... 52 !58; aid he hadvIiLM'ah13&tiOhi' of (/Ld'ti ronliam i*' pbrt'thYs'mqining from Guantin4Wi'0Bay -
to \V V.' Kiyrtt, [l ..Stamp \ is claimedI' Boston _......_..... 26 .. C2 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe \i the country but1" the most' hospit-!; : JI'9L.Bdth J Aa ) -tuba' where th*,

trea.'UitT county 'treasurer" ex-. } HOTEL BUILDING I i(develops discrimination, which is;[''Buffalo .........- 24'Charleston :36: I ,tille''and 'cordial'reception' :Hb had 1 i Davis Florence_Ackley.! Eugene vfssel'slopped'' ( while'cruising in'
officio, $l,033ti'4! ,1lh's .commisr I(important" in,all work.,It cultivates ij 1i i'', _.. .... 58 76 'd that was over received wail at'Key' West. ..". :Hampton. Jennie Ballou.'.Mr.iand; West Indian waters and the Canb-

Ion of $20.40, .leaving, a. net. of) at'll'le j patience and provides training inj i[ Chicago ..._....... 30 34 I Oklahoma yest'Hay morning hasmoved The luncheon was given right Mrs.\ Walter Wibur.: I I, bean Sea..

100238. I Backfiring! of the engine : 'observation neatness and system.' ['Denver .............. 22 36 J northeastward to the up- after their arrival when a reception Mr. Wilbur is assistant to Alan I The vessel i U owned by' Ernest
Court Clerk Make Report power house of the Hotel Colonial ; Besides its educational and rec-I Detroit .............. 28 42 per Ohio Valley Pittsburgh, I'a., committee headed by J. Ger- Johnson who is field representative B. Dane of Brookline, Mas
Report of Clerk C. Sam B.j! ignited oil on the floor this morn- : rcatinnal values, there is a ma- Galveston .......... 52 74 29.90!) :) inches; while pleasure ha. ry Curtis assistant FERA admin- of the Federal Emergency: Re- With Mr. Dane are his wife
Curry of criminal court covering' ing. The burning oil created a I tt'rial81ue in stamp collecting;'! Havana .---....-.. 72 increased fomewhat over the istrator in Key West met themat life Administration in the southeastern brother, Dr. Dane and Mrs. Dane

cares* disposed of during February great deal of rmokc and an alarm | Every: few months, an old stamp is I; Huron ................ 4 14 Florida peninsula TamPa, 30.18 the Pan American airport and United States, Puerto and a guest.
was read and ordered filet! i was sent in from Box 23 at I found by somebody and for a rare Jacksonville... 66 82 inches and the western high pressure ercorted them to the restaurant.In Ki-/) and the Virgin Islands' i Ernest Inane Dane, the owner.

Clerk Sawyer reported collec-t Southard and Duval streets.! I I stamp there is always a good mar- Kansas City ....".. 16 32 area has spread southward the afternoon the visitors There were nine arrivals on the is a banker of Brookline, president
tion of $2. 02.13 delinquent taxes, There was no damage reportedas | let. A little piece of paper. seemingly KEY WEST n.. 72 82 in'o Texas, and covers the country were honor guests at a dance and plane from Miami this morning I of the Brookline Trust Company -

during February. a result.CUBA j worthless to a non-collector Little Rock .... 34 72 between the Rocky Mountain entertainment given at the Club! and 11 passengers have been booked is an official in a number
may net him $10,000 or more. ...... 62 Hate and for the afternoon trip. Arrivals and
A'dvertLsement of Key West in' Los Angeles 48 Mississippi Valley. Hu- Miramar on Roosevelt Boulevard, other corporations companies;
the New York Times, four inches' BRINGS IN I The rarest stamp costs $50,000.The Louisville .._....... 42 ? 62'' I| ron S. D.. :30.46: inches. Precipitation which lasted until 4:30 o'clock this morning were: Alice B. trustee and! treasurer of the Boston -

44 lines in six point type at 1)01) i exhibition furnishes information -,Miami _............... 72 78 has occurred' during: the when they took off for Chapman Locke. Mercer Lawler, Mary Symphony Orchestra and trustee -
cents the line or $39.60, was ordered -: along this line also. I Minneapolis ...... 12 20 last 24 hours in portions 'of the Field Miami, where they were to 'Nortland. Nat Lanler, William Baxter(I of the Boston Conservatoryof
92 : Educational Talk New Orleans .... 70 74 central and''northern Plains states remain for a brief time before Duke. Louise Duke. Music.
paid.Petition ,I Frank
Friday: will be given over to]! New York ........ 38 68 and from the Mississippi Valley returning to their home field at Hinchman, Hugh* Houth and The palatial Cruiser Houseboat

of Henry Johnson requesting -I and talks in educational institutions of i iI Pensacola .......... 60 70 eastward over the middle and Barkesdale, La. j PowelL -- |'I Ingot with 'owner F, W. .Denton< Cuba of -
and cancellation the P. -- -
vacation -I 10. I Key WeSt Commodore von lietk-:I Pittsburgh ........ 42 .62 South .Atlantic States, except in The planes arriving today came NOTICED THE MEMBERS OFI and party ,of seven on board,,arrived :-
S. S. arrived -
j ,
of plats and restoration toacreage. !I afternoon company from Havana yesterday with Liul>a will address_ the general assembly 1 i St. Louis .......... 30 52 the Florida Peninsula, being in from Chapman Field and reached I i THEHABANA.MADRIDCLUB I I in the harbor this ,morn:
land the ,
keys was
on I : of the Key West High Salt Lake City. .. 32 :38 the form of snow over the north Key Wett shortly after !9) o'clock I' I If
f S first class and six
held I
read and ordered and referred -I Second class for passengers West and 18 School at 8:30. a. m. on .Friday, San Francisco .. 46 54, western portion of this 'area. and' plan to take off on the return -t 1 f The management wishes to 'announce vessel! has been cruising in

to County Attorney William -( Key \ using: as his subject: "The Romance I Seattle .........._... 40 56 There has also been rain on the ,. this.afternoon. that false rumor have,, the Caribbean and West India'i{
first class
| for Tampa.Tine '
V. Albury for opinion. I II j vessel passengers sailed 6:30 o'clockfor I of Stamp Collecting." The, Tampa ....._..._ 64 82 Pacific coast from San Francisco .,The) officers are in command been circulated throughout the i|I waters. She is berthed i in thj'
Communication from E. R.Ixiwe Tampa with 23 and, : parents of the students are invitedto Washington .... 44 76 .. 'I northward, and snow in portions 9 j? Lieutenant Bolen and associateav !city that all members and their![! yacht basin at the submarine

justice! of the; peace at I ITanrni.r ; 'rei ht. passengers \ attend.At Williston ....._,.-26 0 I' -.1 of New England. Temperature tors pie,;, Messrs. Matthews. i invited guests wishing to visit thy', base. *
relative to expenses in i{i' 12:45 p. m. he will speak to'' ... 4bave fallen decidedlyrom 1tJe Ilobson' ,,Dadvidson Doyle, Keene. I club have to pay.' an admission t.
connection with an inquest held r the student body of St. Joseph's' WEATHER FORECAST 1 central Plains l lates 1 southward! Thompson, Grantham. Thompson, i fee. This is UNTRUE. SIMMONS INNER SPRING

by him was ordered held until a I GREEN TURTLES l School for Boys on "The Story over Texas and in the middle i Russell, Alvin Macintosh, Blake, There is no admission charged: : MATTRESSES Beauty Rest

full board i is present. Behind the Stamp." At 2 o'clock (Till 8 p.: m. Friday) I Mississippi! Valley with freezing I Van Hook and Waugh.HEFFNERV1NSON. I to any members or their invited. Mattresses, '39.50;, .Deep Sleep
ON SALE DAILY another address will be deliveredin | Key Weft and Vicinity: Mostly' as far south as Abilene Texas, and I guests who would like to visit; this.Mhttresses. $24.60; Slumber King '

'Steak, O . ., .. .25c the Convent of Mary Immaculate cloudy tonight and Friday probably -| readings continue much below r club during the week except on,Mattressex, $19.75; 50 .and 6I 0I
I CASH Stew cr Steam Meat It. 20c and the topic there will be; rain Friday; colder Friday;;;zero in North' Dakota, WillistonI CO. I: special occasions which will bei I pound, full size, All Felt Mats'treMea. .

I For Antique Jewelry and r Ground Meat It> 20e "The Story of Civilization on : gentle to moderate southeast 1 1I :! reporting a minimum of 26 de-, TONIGHT in i announced in ample time by mail; $10.80; 50 Ib Full Size
I Winding Watches Ke"l I Postage Stamps." winds becoming moderate north- grees below this morning. The' "MY GYPSY SWEETHEART 1 i and local newspapers to its iuen Felt Plastic Cotton Mattresses,

I Write to D. DORFMAN Thompson'sTurtleMarketCor. Friday night it 8 o'clock ,the I west or north Friday. .1 j weather continues abnormally.Il Phor or Call P...'* Soda bera. $8.80; Box 'Coil and Fabric
Key West Philatelic Society will Florida Cloudy probably occasional -.warm over southeastern sections. Yours respeetfully Springs at low prices.LONG'S .
I Box I D, Care of The Caroline and MargaretStreet : Fountain, or Phone 9117 .nd
Key West. Florida i have a special meeting at the I rain in north and central]Ij l 1' G. S. KENNEDY, Reerr Your Seat J JUAN CARBONELl. FURNITURE STORE
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'Che [itS'! Cm FATHER COUGHLIN'S FALLACIES laInside' L fourth of the number was reg-t i county: attorney<< to which he was I the party choice. .The supreme,
p t tI'ubll.bed i stered such. 1: 1 court held that, the committee"could
Dally Except Sunday By By OSCAR M. JOHNS N I . .His predecessor died June 12,' -'not nominate to fill a vacancy -
Father Coughlin is always interesting
but..couLl'only declare
TUB: HT ZU-: > FL'ULlSUMfa: co. IMC. ...................._.a.......................... Charles A. Mitchell' of Vero just after the primary and non-1 a
- - -- --- -- -- I nominee to fill nomination
L. P. AHTMAM. but he isn't always sound in his economical leach. candidate for United I a va-
Th CUU n Banding TALLAHASSEE Fla. Mar. 7. Dealing i further with the -a- -I Idation's successor could be nominated iuI[ cancy. .Indian River county is
ideas. In a recent address he suggested States? senate nomination in the :
Corner Ore a. and Ann Str..ts a 1-The greatly over-crowded con-' program of action fr'j.t i the primary. .The county Demo- one, of few counties which elects
tax on the profits of the United States ditions at the state hospital for the present year. President Rogers ] ast June primary election, is entitled cratic Executive Committee pro- instead of appoints its county at-

Only Dally Newspaper in Key. West end lIonroeCountJ' Steel Corporation, beginning at one per centon I the insane at; Chattahoochee are says of suggestions that one of the j I : to hu: job as Indian._ River. .ceeded to nominate Mitchell as torney.
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the first million dollars)) of profit, then I very slowly relieved. .Peak of the first duties should be to "clean I -- -- --- -
loitered at Key TVest. Florida as second class matterFlf''I'Y.IXTIl i hospital population was reachedin hoa e" of shysters and shady
two cent the second million i
per on and so"
YEAR October, 1934. when 4,103 patients practioners: "This is an easy
on. By the time he reached the one hun- were being cared for. .On 1 phrase to use, but it is little more .
Member ( the A.eoelated
dred million January first. 1935 the population than calling names. .The bar is'I
The: Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use profit mark, the tax: would be
.republlcation of all news dispatches credited tIt I was 3,831. .It alinofct takes entirely willing to clean house. -I ? '. .
or not otherwise credited In this paper and als* one hundred per cent, which would mean a Jimmie Vslei tine to break in.((It conscientiously believes that the I

the local news publlibed liern. that no more than $100,000,000 of profit I to the inrtitution these day*, .; '. present proposed measures

EDITORIAL' 'could be earned. But on I the way up, Only the violently insane are'being -1 i{steps in the direction of art't!
taken care of. ...Dope.ilnd"alcohone -I house. .If it i is mistaken it will
jr.NATIONAL.. OCIATION.. I 9.J 5 Father Coughlin would manage to assess cases are being frowned upon 'welcome definite. concrete pro-I; ui )w Ia

just 50.5 per cent of the profits, leavingthe because of the demand for space. ''I'O sal2. .It will be found ready '

91'nSCIUITIOM: HATES highest possible amount of profit at for the incurably insane. to work our and work for the |
:fie Year _. _. -.r_UO.ot; I
*=lx Months _ 60S $49,500,000. t adoption of specific measures to
l1irt. Months. 269 Strong suspicion exists that in that end. .The Bar AssociationI
,In* Month __ ..l'weekly / When the United States Steel Cor- I some- counties!:, at least, owners of is neither a 'brain trust' nor a .
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"shad. I $
rental making 2
property are
poration was organized its bond issue and small aggregation of lawyers representing '
ADVERTISING RATE. ow sales" to tenants so as to give predatory interests . t 5
All reading notices STECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks, re.olutlon. itrespect This was the invested capital. FatherCoughlin's homesteads, receive the benefit of:!working men. mostly poor, who 1 k6 '!
rbltuary notices etc. will be charged for ale homestead exemption and dodge in addition to their } \
are ready,
$49,500,000 of permissible i
ti" rate of :0 cent. a line.Not.rrs pro- tax levies which it was contemplated -
for entertainment. by churcne from which : ordinary work for a livelihood to
i revenue Is to be derived are C cents a line. fit'would be just 4 \\f per cent on this invested that rental property.should devote! a large portion of their .

....n The of Clllien public. U In.nes an open and subjects forum and of local Invites or general dl> u.- capital. The preferred stock of the-..1 bear. .It is said that in one county -. time to the public welfare. and to

iCl&rtet but it will not publish anonymous coramunl. United States Steel Corporation a more than 500 deeds and mortgages -' the improvement of the adminis- I
utl Ion
. ._ were recorded on the last tration of justice in particular y'w
- guaranteed dividend of 7 per cent. I day cf 1934 .. .Foundation is given ***'" s
All walks of life have their dangers. If Father Coughlin were running the to the suspicion by the fact, fr

Ask any pedestrian. steel corporation- would probably find that sale of documentary stamp I Indicating that the forthcoming r/
taxes revealed a great increase in /
session! of the legislature may beI tl..J
himself in financial difficulties at the very December and in January of this
J to legislation tending ;, "
I urged pass ;
Another rhetorical paradox is that outset. year. .The January sale of such
; to eliminate frauds repeating I
there Ls always a flood of dry oratory. stamps increased about $400 per practices and generally make for s I:1)
Father Coughlin showed impressively :
,. us very ,:
the month in 1934
day over same : a preservation of the sanctity of ..., "' f
to I i r< according to his figures, which Stamps are required on all "prom- [ the ballot Col. J. B. Hodgo, f fi J.>:t
flsiviprMpaQthing sell "that . we acceptfor' tho sake of argument, that i ises to psy": to the amount of 10 i chairman of the State Democratic t. .. ;:
people- buy.,tell 1 'em' in The Citi- cent for each $100 or, major I I : &1
3to ,200 of the corporations of the country own t Executive Committee, has appoint .r ... .
n fraction thereof transac- '
zen. J i on every ed committee of seven members ; \
a i j
.. \ J'r t I oat) !:? or control-38 per cent of the wealth of the tion of record. of the executive committee to 1! I of e?

.J i natiort and ''he then goes on to figure that study the need for appropriate I
Unemployment is slow death of all r Because it is believed that I }
1 by 1LJ50 these. corporations will control propriety dictates that the legislature enactments. .The committee consist -/ t is IN FLORIDAl 1 1

that makes a man ambitious) industrious, more than one-half the total, with a com- should have first "peep" at of Harry Wells of Chipley'and x. ". ;

and glad to be alive. 1 the recommendations of the bud- Tallahassee as chairman; T.
plete control by 1970.; This sounds logical
get commission, there is little like- T. Turnbill, of Jefferson; J. C. 4
until it is remembered that these great lihood of any publicity being given Atkins, of Gainesville; W. T. H ;
The fact that the earth was createdin ; Hendry of Perry; J. B. Sin leI .. ,-r ,,
corporations have been developing during to the report before the assembly ,. ;, .
six days definitely that it1 wasn'ta .The tary of Bradenton; E. B. Don- .f.I' "Y
proves actually convenes. report -
the last 35 since the of the I r -
years, or days nell, of West Palm Beach and B.
is in the hands the
relief of printers -
government job.
McKinley: administration, and they have i I now. .It is known that the I A. Meginnis. of Tallahassee. . refreshing a sea, breezeWatch
Chairman Wells, former chairmanof
about covered the industrial field. governor and members of the
Even the lure of an old-age pension I cabinet are asking for no salary i I the state committee himself be-
The increase in the wealth of these j f : lieves that there is ample room and !
See the
might fail to induce some ladies to admit increases. .They apparently prefer pour-sparkling golden
corporations is hardly apt to be along the and need for bringing the primarylaw
to leave this to the good
that they were eligible.We . bubbles race to join the foam. Drink
same proportionate lines. There isn't room ment of the legislature. . jUdge-I'I "up to date" .Moves underconsideration up creamy
fare of the are closing the period Ah there's beer for it's Schlitz!
for such expansion and no field for the fact that I I deep. '. . a you,
any for poll tax payments and
venture that the London woman recommended in the budget partialor I
capital investment. complete salary-cut restora- registrations at least three months Schlitz stimulates pleasantly-with no risk of
who kept her marriage a secret for 20 S
before the election insteadof
had As a matter of fact, the corporations j I tions. .There are no salary "in- bad after-effects. It digests more easily because '
years a sorry looking husband.A creases" as such above the salai iea thirty days before as at present I
we have are so many and cover so many obtaining prior to reductions in . .This would it is pointed out choicest ingredients are brewed under precise :. .
branches of industry that there isn't a suf- 1933. relieve candidates of the purchase
Brooklyn grocer's clerk supportedtwo of poll taxes for individuals. .It Enzyme Control-a Schlitz secret Vitamins,
ficient amount of business to keep them I
wives on $25 a week. Being a grocer's The contest for speaker is justas would make possible an examination health-giving nerve-building Vitamins make
clerk probably made the feat easier. going. Instead of growing larger duringthe much a contest today as it was i of the registration books and

next quarter of a century, they prob- sixty days ago. .No one seems to I poll tax receipts by committees of Schlitz still better for you. Enjoy this stimulating '

Most of those who criticise the Supreme ably will gradually lose some of their capi- three have candidates-Christie it in the bag because, Bishopand all the purging bar or the citizens books with of a view obvious to liauid. food tonight, without worry of tomorrow.'' ,i l

Court's decisions wouldn't know tal. In the last five years this is just Rogers continue to shell the frauds. .Another thought is to JO&.sCMUTZ/.ININC COMPANY. MILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN

what the Court said if about what has happened. woods with vigor .Several weeks advocate a complete registrationin
they read them. I The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
ago Bishop's friends were claiming I every county in the state, largeor
that he had 53 pledges, but., small prior to the 1936 pri-
Explanation: You see we spent all LARGEST PRINTING JOB nobody seems willing to do much. mary election .This it is sug-

the money for the radio broadcast so we wagering! in support of the claim!gested, would.eliminate thousandsof ,

have to get the newspapers to print it free. What is perhaps the largest single Newly elected president Wm. men names and women of removed which or have
order of printed matter ever produced be- Rogers, of the Florida Bar 11'1 I continued on the books. .It is \r

Congratulations to Messrs. Romero gan rolling out of Chicago a few days ago, ciation is sincerely of the recognized that there are at present ,
that Floridians favor the bar's plan''
and Martinez on the improvements madeto being the spring and summer catalogue ofa of circuit the too many local laws bearing i" '
judges over \
J! the conduct of elections
primary -
their business-the Oriental Pharmacy.The large mail order house. present system of nomination in with respect to registrationsand I GRAND i PAINT SALE

The first shipment to be distributed, primaries and appointment by the i poll tax payments. ..ChairI
governor. .In a letter on the sub-
young! lady of today no longer which was only one-third of the total, filled ject President Rogers says: "I I other man Wells matters thinks will shortly that these be considered and- .

waits for the man to ask for her hand, 102 freight cars and consisted of 3,000 maintain that neither the citizens by the committee. .He)

rather she waits until he has shown his tons of catalogues. The entire issue will I lof the state of Florida nor manyof I says that his mind is open on all All This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts
them who are lawyers are satisfied -
hand. weigh approximately 9,000 tons or 18 proposals and would welcome any
with the administration of
Price Sale Price
suggestions from citizens general- Regular
million pounds. justice .The pr'gt"nt'!system! of
lYe !I'' Per Gal. Per Gal.
Food, in proper variety and amounts This supreme advertising effort, rejecting circuit judges is unsatisfactory ,
to most of our citizensand Florida alas 431.212 registered i'' SIIERVINVILLIAMS METROPOLITAN -
is necessary to life and hysical: developeaters whicb-ls.vdsma being l imitated on a somewhat I believe that most of our citi7en voters. Of these: 404.212 are democrats. q, FLAT WHITE, 15

ment but ignorant 1i1P i their vJ1 . |er scale .by other mail order houses! tom .' '
,, Gallon . . .
'1 : the av-I Five Cans .... ." ,* -.-" --' .,, ;
graves.. 11 is.xlirectpd. largely to prospective customers I duty of selecting circuit judges I pear on the registration books. I : ; I. : ,' ,. : .. ,
'. ,"l upon the member, ofj the bar by j I Communists, have only three.
f\Om 1'9q , tiThe in the fnaller*towns and rural sections. It majority vote by secret; ballot of 1 Bqt the combined Independent ,, '' SHERWIN 'WILLIAMS' '\ :. ..METROPOLITAN ; . . i U 11. I . ,. fli, .

Citizen has always maintainedthat means that these large concerns believe< the lawyers of the respective cir I I no party:"':-liberty\) labor and other I.1' FLAT.. WHITE 45 : !ut'. : aioq' ;:r; :;
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!'" 90 j ' .'' 'Im'50
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a newspaper man iJiWCa' t cua that there is trade to be had and that the cuits. .1 therefore predict that if : party vote b only 5,486..Lead- ," One Gallon Cans .,;.+.*..._....-..?.,.. : .. : .

policeman Orl' :''mornl' cei? o m Thitl!ts the to get it .U through advertising.In the legislaturewill be willing to ing democrats are wondering ,, '' .. C
way submit such a proposal to the electorate what, if'I anything, can be done I 1 SHERWIN WILLIAMS. province of those whom the 'electorate selects combating the encroachments of it will recieve a large majority about it.. .Others say, "let itIdlone".One PAINTERS FLAT WHITE, 9C :. : .:..: ;::si.;I ITf : 8"0" l lOne

for such duties. the mail order houses, local merchants vote. .The theory of the' leading democrat . 2.25,'ii'' '' Iri! 'VSherwin ,
r r.: a
lawyers of the circuit their circuit i', who has been very conspicuous I Gallon Cans .........._.__._._._ .
have advantages. The customercan
judge U a novel one but it has in party affairs opines that after \
Governor Sholtz "flu" from Tallahassee the goods before he buys there 'i SHERWIN WILLIAMS FAMILY
see are many advantages, fee disadvant all is said and done there are no I I''

was unplaced for one day, but no long waits for delivery, no disappoint- ages, and obviates the principal I. more definite party line, as such OUTSIDE WHITE, 80 One Gal- :

"found" in Key West, where, we hope, he ments or dissatisfaction over goods whichdo objections to the present system I I. .Reason for discussion is that I' Ion ,Cans ______...___...__.____ 2.65. 2.10
and to the only alternative whichwe in 1932 general election 93.323 re- .
will enjoy a speedy and sure recuperation. not come up to fancy catalogue descriptions have here in Florida.. publicans voted while only ;}bout I,,

Tampa Tribune. Quality considered i the local mer- --- _. -- _. .- ... .
chant's prices are usually as reasonable as CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF 'I ; ::Williams Flat Tone i

Assurance that the veterans, who are those of the mail order houses. THF:. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF : ,

inclined to be restless at first, can be The average local merchant's handicap KEY WEST The Wasbtle Flat t Wall Finish

toned down and made into useful, sober consists chiefly in his own failure to ae at tU. clot of bmnets December 31. 1934. .

workers, i is given in dozens of experiencesthe go after trade through 1 persistent i and ade- C<. ,>troll '..Call LIMITED' QUANTITY OF THE FOLLOWING -

administrators have had. One proofof quate advertising, and the mail order RESOURCESI I COLORS: -
and Investments ,, .
this:: was the coldness with which the houses take advantage of his failure to Overdrafts __,_'_?\.. $' 305,639.43 71.61! Canary Yellow Olive Tan .

Ifilamorada encampment treated strike use this effective defensive and offensive Banking House, Furniture! Silver Gray Cream Gray f I
and Fixtures ,,; ,
emissaries from the neighboring Mate- weapon. : of States and--Po..- 33,08.33110nds Orchid Caen Stone'L S '

runibc bailiwick. Another encouraging ner- sessions of the United*.t U': r e.. ,
States ,_-.- -----t:fr; 139,370.63 !GALLONS. Regular Price $2.80, !Ii
formance has come from the little colonyof ADVERTISE IN THE CITIZEN, Other Bonds and = .$2.20A r.J'
Stock Securities 74,204.03 Sale- Price __.______._.____.____..._____
27 ex-service workers who are cleaningout of the Federal Re;. t ..
serve Bank .... ._ ..._ '
Fort Jefferson on Dry Tortugas island.At Advertisers will find that most of the Temporary Federal De.ti." 6,000.00 QUARTS, Regular Price 85c, 65c. .

first they were a somewhat intractable) important buyers in Key West read The posit Insurance fund 1,914.01fl.8M.235.79. Sale Price ..?.._..___._N.__.__..._____N.__ .r ....._._
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bunch. A few weeks of work in the open Citizen. Business is made by progressive ment Obligation direct .
air and they developed an esprit and a citizens and this class of our people are and fully guar-

pride in their accomplishments which behind The Citizen. Merchants who fail Cash anteed and due from Banka'..$832.744.73 495,168.97 1,327.913.1\ South, Florida Contracting &: Engineering Co.,

make an instant impression on visitors to to advertise because everybody in town ; ,

the island. When time came for the last knows all about them, make the same mistake LIABILITIES $1,888.35.79 ui Eliza StretU"Yourhome
Phone 598, Wkite .
monthly round-up for the eek-end< Key that is made by those who hesitate to I Capita) $,, 100,000.08 S

Surplas. and Undivided Profits ,.. .... ..... 55,001.4, *
West excursion and binge, only 13 of the subscribe to the local paper because they Cireulation. 100,000.0/\/ is worthy of the bet"

27 Tortugas vets asked leave.-Whirligig know everything that has happened, or isl I Deposits. . lGUB.37 .
in Miami .News, apt to happen. I e

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t I eeee..eee..a.e.a GOOD 1 e lof this play, and those that miss
it will sure miss a treat-:
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: TENT THEATER I I day they will present -Meet The
SPORTSCIRCLING I I : a rollicking farce,comedy.
sriOPtlS TM tint I Call Page's Soda Fountain or
: ana ffu rapidly, cutting through the crowd !
and ttateo Kuorlg have catered tin I
l Phone 9117 for reserved seats.
goitrnor't .eperranr .( Ouroya.. by strength and adroitness, drawing The Heffner-Vinson players!
recovered tkt....ra14 crown of Our the girl through the easy safety of presented the best play of their

tkt Lady rkrrk.fkiek tk and,govfrnor Montana ttolt hot from returned Ills wake.. I engagement here last night. "My I Subscribe to The Citizen.
Alt. naif ot the crown to !,,,y When be came up to the friar he II THURSDAY, probably in Kress Gypsy Sweetheart. This is
litktf 'itnt ilat .ka.botucamght, Store in play
lorgnette small leathercase.
said two words at the shoulder
tortured, and if aent to tko absolutely different from anythingever
Valley/>/the Dead. Ko U.,who betrayed the giant whose eyes were eo filled - ._ _ - --- Reward Phone 549-R. in Key West. II : Richardson's l Grocery.
liotana ant Matte to the ,
with the i
noise and laughter of the ,1 mar6.2txTRANSPORTATION
go UT.or.,H.c has insulted the governor ; Tonight is the last performance FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
on the street tlontana is Crowd that they overflowed with a I I THE CAULIFLOWER LOPEZ DEFEATS I
JollotrUp llNltQ. sort of blind brightness. Every hon- SPECIALS

est happiness that came to his fellow I', I I' 20c
Chapter 30 MONROE THEATER Ivory Flakes 3 pigs. _
men was as two happinesses to I I By OSCAR PITA BUSY'BEECREWIN.DIAMONDBALL PARTY MOTORING to Vicksburg \ 'I Flour, .6 tb sack: ,? ,___ 28c:

PASCUAL'S STORY that good fellow. I i iBat [ Once more John Xebo. t.he aspirant Sammy' Fuller. The winner of, Mis.ull take one or two pas- Jean Parker-Charles Bickfordin Butter, tb .-. .--:- 34He
: at the voice of Montana he I sengers. 416 White I WICKED ,WOMAN, I Milk _.. lOe and lieTomatoes
rage ot the governor at this Ii I boxing promoter, failed ;vto j 1 the Nebo-Ambers crap will get<<: Apply "
THE turned Joan BIondell Hugh Herbert in ..
:suddenly and threw up his 'em street. marS-Gtx can .r 5c
thwarting had come to a pack Maybe our am-: 'a crack at Barney Ross' lightweight -
land -though to defend himself I I .. I I KANSAS CITY PRINCESS i Cream. 6 cans, .... 40c and 43c
white heaL The others ot the crowd I! bilious John will learn some. day title. In a write-up recently -! i
from an attack. Afterwards he I iI i Matinees Balcony. lOe; Orckas- l Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c; 10 Ibs. 49<
could,:se. the girl refuse, the Immense I that $2.00 is more than local people I appearing in the New York,1 {I I MISCELLANEOUS Herthey's Cocoa, 20c size 15c
crashed the wrist of the Kid with a I tra, 15.20c Night, 15-25
honor he offered to make her terrible grasp- I can afford to pay for a fight.! Sunday News Ross was quoted assaying MICKEY UBIETA HANGS UP I I ; Gr.its, 3 for .. ......._ 28c

tho'queen of the festival by placingher "El Keed!" he whispered."Be I that the fighter wanting 'a' NEW RECORD BY STRIKING READ the advertisements in The I Salt, 3 for -.. ..-.---:; lOe
at his side in the carriage; the quiet-people are staring I I True the one-time fighter had : crack at the title had to show his I I Citizen. You will find it a j I'I Old Potatoes 10 Ibs. 22c

humbling ot Ignacio strada by brother." cautioned the
making'such an,offer to a,girl In "Ribrlz-tell me about Mateo! I I but nevertheless the prices were Nebo. COLONIAL HOTELIn Rinso, 3 pkf.. __ 24cEddy'
the street-but none of them could I far beyond pocket reach. DURING EXHIBITION ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIR. Starch. 6 pkgs. 25c
urged !
have heard the murmur which she Montana. ED by authorized radiotrician. Jelly 3 tb box .,. .....,... 25cSau&.1
Behind I I the Center of the Businessand
the town In that little Cheta Baker or Young Kilbaneis
in Lard. large 15c
Work can
placed between two lines of her guaranteed. 1107 Varela
sandy- hollow where Montana bad Jimmy Conway, who was book- back at training. Cheta wantsa The exhibition game played last I. street. Phone 866-J. Theater District Baked Beans. 6 cans _.. 28c
song. left the red mare the three stood I I ed to meet Baby Face Rojas in return match with Young Fer between Lopez and" Busy,I.raght I feb23-lmox Oraltlne __...."_ 35c and 65c
"Blood r drinker! Man- a tin g while Brother Pascual told to one of the preliminaries, visited nandez. Bee resulted in a victory for First Class-Fireproof- Maxwell House Coffee tb 32c

wine!" tana a tale that curdled his 1fon'l Rojas' dressing room a few min- ------- ::: Lopez. Mickey Ubieta not only I Sensible Rates Kidney Beans 2 cans 25c
She had said it for his ear. only, Not everything was known. utes after the bout was called off : !I I pitched the winning game forI BICCLE5I Black: Beans 2 lb.. 18c
and stUIsmlUng. only knew how the great Rnbriz and passed the following remarks: There will be no fights held} on J I I Lopez but hung up three local ,!I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPENGarage Calumet Baking Powder
Monday night on account of the RENT by the Hour Day or . . ..... .
The. madness that entered his taller,-!o numbers and chance; hor "If Rojas willing to help records while doing lIe struck per can ._ .. 25c
was as so. I
be lain Firemen's Carnival coming to :| Week. Repair all makes and Siam Rice 5 Ibs. 35
bad ,Jn the bands of the I .
brain kept It whirling like black the fight game in Key West he I out the first nine men to face him ElevatorPopular
>rnor for a single day: and hQw he town. But the following Monday I' paint them with Nu-Enamel. We Dutch Cleanser 3 cans 2Sc
smoke.t would do as I am willing to do- I which meant that he struck out Prices
had been brought out of the fort during :March 18, Ramirez the battling carry a full supply of parts.
crowd that for whatever is the house j I tall i who faced him Phone 658-R Free Delivery
But through the came fight in !' 1! for three consecutive .
the middle of the next night a Joe, will clash against Kid Wil ': Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles
laughing around the girl'coneratalatlns I'll fight for fifty cents, gratisif : inning; Also he struck Eaton and Elizabeth Streets
I and sell them low
changed perhaps a ruined, man. hams and Baby Face Rojas will as as $1.00
her. wondering over her. th$I' y U elii4.ten p1acedfln a carrlaefcffevTBa4 ;.;: necessary." . square up against Jimmy Conway.i:. out 17 batters during the gaMe. per week. J. 1.. Stowers Music C.ASA MARINAKey
tallerfigure! of the Kid stepped wit seerl:BU\there: had bees allmpfysagging' -, To this Rojas answered, with : i I lIe struck out every batter on the Company. janl8-lmo ;

a singular ease. He never seemed tlfj< eUm)se0' (,a forp.tns l. rapid fire word in his best English !j!I opposing team including pinch. West's Hotel D. Luxe

jostle man or woman but as though and legs over tt-hjch ther... ra&. "Me sign contract fot guarmteei Willie Jackson, local sensation j I hitter Armando Acevedo, for the ; NICELY FURNISHED BUNGALOW American 'Pl. an -'I"
he knew magic spots where his feet no control the hqwLhaneins 1! weaK1 Promoter give money :be of four years back and still the I j' last out of the game. at 827 Duval street. Ap- 200 'Delightful ,Rppms, ech ARCHER'SGROCERY

should rest he glided through ,the ly over to the side. of'* rnne fight. No ?money no best drawing card in town may' Bethel started the game for ply 825 Duval street. mar2tf ''with Private' \ '
press and came to her. fight Young Figueredo on :March I III j
a body newly dead except fightie. i 1 J Busy Bee in the box and
1I was relieved Evening .Dinner. $2.00
There was some thing}jtbop: \thla h )e I living: """Ah 9v'fe yellow!" shot back 28. At least Promoter Nebo is I)I -- That Serves
|; by Gates who allowed but FOR SALE 'The..Store
trtr ttre II : Luncheon, _
to make ,
man dressed like taemiejvt I. trying' the match. . kinda
lltnmy. Comvay was getting two scratch hits in the six and a Afternoon Tea _.. .a, .50, You Best"QUALITY
masked like themselves that made T1iAi was:how the girl repealed angry and ready for business ------- j third innings Tie pitched. AUCTION SALE ON FURNITURE :\ 1 *' "
the other youths lose heart and they she bad beard. And ;' Louis Gonzalez the Tampa i I I or a la Carte FOODS
then but King Parrot arrived in the I, At bat, the best were Ubieta, -Dressers, beds, dining
gave back a trifle from around him the closed carriage had sped awayon nick of time to take the Islamorada Gorilla back in Florida from aj j j I Ingraham and Kerr who hitsafeily -I I room furniture chairs, stoves, Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with Our long list of satisfied

as though they wanted to hear him the southern traIL crapper: bark to his dressing'|sensational (northern campaign: twice in four times four-piece wicker set, library Casino :steady customers tells the storyof

and see him better. "Where' ?" groaned Montana. room. ':!writes his father, Louis Avalo. to I I In the field. Ingraham up.had mostof table and other articles. Satur- Masseur! in Attendance the. quality of our merchan.

For be had begun to sing In a "Where could they have taken him? (get in'touch with local promotersto : the chances for Lopez. Brady.1 day, March 9lh, 10 A. M., 1013 PETER SCHUTT Mgr. .disc We stock and fell only
good. rich ringing baritone that What have they done with him. Pas-
bill him against middle- Southard street. mar6-3tx oods which we are willing: to
cualf"They Those!' veterans were surely up any .. H. Gates and Lucilo played a good :
fantastic 1 old Castlllian song fight hungry. Frankie Fleming, weight available. Gonzalez is a for tand back of. We solicit
"Weave Me Mantle." With the have taken him where I game the Bakers.
a am '
very in the Key West boy and anxious to!*I I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 your patronage on these
booked to fight Pete
first strains, the girl struck up the going. to follow" said the friar |',' Score by innings: R. II. E. MUNSON ISLANDFISHING
accompaniment on her guitar and quietly "but where it would be wind-up, was introduced from the fight before a home town crowd.There's I' Lopez .. 042 001 010-8 C 0flees I sheets $1.25. The Artman CAMP I ,merits.

gave the song her own voice BO that foolish for you to go. my friend. ring by Daniel Garcia and after your chance, Johnny. ...... 000 000 001-1 4 51 I Press Citizen Building. Operated by R. M. Ellison! We meet all competition with

they walked on slowly, surrounded Foolish for me, also, but since Ru- telling the crowd that he would Grasp it, boy, grasp!' it. I II I Batteries: Ubieta and Ingraham; jun27tf Beat.FilhiDC on Coast low prices and high q.alitylONE

by their own music as by a wall brlx is dying for the sake of the meet Pete Nebo in China Key I -- Bethel C. Gates and M. Acevedo. I Guides and Boats Available I

ot quiet leaning their heads a little i church I must go to join him. West or any other place in the ; Funny how a lot of local fight I I Summary: Runs batted in: Kerr Sea Food-Fishing STOP SERVICE

to one another.So "Dying?" echoed !Montana\ world. he put on the gloves for a enthusiasts could arrive at the 2, Ubieta; home run: Kerr; two BoatingBathingWrite Whether you need Meats,

long. the song continued the "Don't you see?" put in the girL round of sparringtwith the Tampa i conclusion that Pete Nebo is I I Ii I base hit: Ubieta; stolen bases: for Reservation, Po Fish, Turtle Fruits, Oysters,

crowd kept Its distance moving "There's only 1 one place that a devil Tiger Kid. Fleming may be old i washed up as a first rate boxer.!jMachin, Ubieta. Hale; sacrificehit Cassio, Brannan' Office, Ramrod Key, Vegetables, or Dairy Products,

slowly with the slow paee of the like Estrada would "send him. To tbe but, oh boy he can still get i' Most of these fans base their oPin-!{i : Baker; struck out: by Ubieta Accessible by Rail or Auto to ,call Archer's Grocery
but the ended the Valley of the Dead. around. i '111 Roberts Ramrod Key
singers, as song (Brady 3. M. Acevedo 2. -
tide of the festival rushed over* the The name came over Montana like i!.i iI j jj 2, Bethel 2. Castro 2, II, MASTER TEACHER OF Camp Boats Meet'Guests PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
place and the level-streaming beads a horrible nightmare out of an almost Pete Nebo down in Key West t i I l Gates Higgs., Lucilo, J. Carbonell, VIOLIN Rates $5.00 Per Day.-, Phone 67 814 Fleming St.

began to bob Irregularly up and forgotten; sleep. He had heard for a rest, is quite a busy man 1 j Jimmy Wade has been consist-i}C. Gates A. Acevedo) ; by Bethel American Plan
of it before. All
men In Mexico had
down again. these days. lie has offers for tnt on a return match with Pete. :;JO, by Gates 3; bases on balls: off Pupils Accepted Now
beard of it. but it was a thing not to I
So. In a moment tbe girl and Montana be whispered not to be thought fights in New Orleans. Havana. The Orlando flash is sure that he : Ubieta 2, off Bethel 3. off Gates SINGLY OR IN CLASSES .... - .... -,.
alone privateIn New York and Miami. The local master the Key West boxer. Ubieta Bethel
were more more "We go together! said Montana.But I can j I 12; wild pitches: C. 4-
that crowd. t would have battler Wade the return match at 1:20 713 Simonton Street
aat'he, he hardly beard his voiceor has already-accepted termsto wants 2''Gatl"1 3; time of game: ;
been in the most secret of gardens.She believed that be had spoken. I meet Tracy Cox at New Orleans Palm Beach, where both men are I II (jj j i umpires: Ward, Gonzalez and

caught at his arm so that she "Pascua!!" moaned the girl. "I on March 18. i iRome j' quite popular. Johnny brother of I I Stanley. -Offeri-
tI 'I
walked close to his aide but she told you what he would say! I toM Pete and local promoter may get I BIGGEST' FLOOR SHOW
said with her face upturned to him: you that he would go. And I shallgo time in April. Nebo will the match for Kt"yVest.. Of
"If you knew me-If you knew what also, then!" !crap Lew Ambers in a New York:( course this depends on how strong Pirates Cove Fishing Camp of the Season
1 have done-" "Hush!" said the friar. "Yon area ring. Ambers recently defeated local fans are for it. j I Over-Sea Hotel SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 9

"I saw Estrada pull his bat over child. And what could you do?" I! Pirate Cove, Florida + JIMMIE HEEFNER I: AND ENTIRE COMPANYGIRLS
----- --- \ :
his eyes. S a I 20 Miles From Key West on 917 FLEMING STREET

"But before-long before-there They went south through the EXHIBITION OF PATRON SUES GROCER i the.Overseas llighwaySWIlIML'OG I ROOM running water __ $1.00 CHORUS. GIRLS
It a thing I have done-" mountains, over the green plains. I
ROOM with bath _,_ 1.50
STAMPS COINS Try To Count'Them
"Look! said the Kid. Into a stricken land where running ATLANTA Ga.-Because she i POOL I
He held a gold piece In his hand. water was no longer found. Instead OPENS TONIGHT stepped on a cat when she enter- : FINE CUISINE WEEKLY RATES DICK. ROYSTER, AND HIS RED HOT BAND

"This is the past said he."Watch there were standing pools or"tanks"of I II First Class AccommodationsWrite Newly RenovatedNew For.Reservations Phone 220
!m'! ed a grocery store :Miss Mattie
water that was foul with scum, or Telephone for EquipmentNew
And he tossed the,coin high over filled with! twisting,jerking forms of (Continued From Page One) 'i I Weathers of this city, is suing the ReservationsRates Management

his head, so that it winked In Ute 'Insect life. apartment of Vice President and {grocer for $2.000.;) She said the
light of the lanterns. They had to dig shallow trenchesa Mrs. Arthur M.\ Brown 531 Caro- .'cat attacked her and permanently : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day ANYWHERENO IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I'IBetter

yard from the margin of these line street. An invitation is ex-|( injured her health and nerves. ji j j American Plan CLEANER HOTEL
SH& over her shoulder, saw the stink-holes and let tbe water seep In. tended to visiting stamp collectorsand i 1
flicker, arch up fall. And purified a little by the filter through to those who may want to ,1---- - ---- - ---
the sUm hands of a girl flashed up which it had run. But even when it start a stamp collection. Light-Better Sight

and caught ItRoBita had been strained in this slow and On Saturday afternoon and eve-I

laughed. She had no envy careful manner that water would ning the best frames will remainin II '

for that lucky finder! grow unbearably foul In half a day's Navarro's show window. Ii I ii'sii

"That's the past-and let It go!" ride under the southern sun. The closing exercises will take ftcIJ1f \\tr:. W .

said Montana. It.was the sun that possessed the in of \ Immaculate 'd'C" Qt n
place Convent Mary -It i .at .. .. ..' ,
"Do you know? she aaked. \\orW> aDd .n at 4 p. m., on Sunday, .
"Enough to make It worth the for. neyed through that country could '
gettln" said Montana. love the great bright disk again not1 1 March tflf The 'eeueral public H month
.. 'i invfted: lp attend! 't the\ beautiful get _
!ttfound himself t
"GoTcrnor9oraqanJ governors even agalan'|| ,
go but Montana: ridts forever." said the o) orthwhere it is a friend. I ceremony which Waibe" enhancedby ft s..,.. /.'jK ,':!.!* I. S t.(J II '\ 'II> -I'i Ss

the girl. * IffcrfeVfilled the entire sky with en-embleand 'solo' > presentations .l Install, *.."',complete. .f.n with. 'a duplex, .. ,,
't" ti HMD 1'Mjn.iJi
and .l I Icutlet'
They began to laugh together; until Intolerable light and it blazed up of the Convent Orchestra
he cried out: "There's Brother again from the pale soil ,and the hot I Key Weil's best soloist > J b'.. # ; ;,'pn ,,,69,.WftutInilb, the

Pascual grinning bts) big: grin over roc *) I\n tile cactu&.1+ was burned A representative of The Key JI'i f famou*,PIN.IT-UP LAMP. SIT
the heads of the people! What a man brown at the edges and all the West Citizen will announce the

tbat Is. Rosita! Let's go to him. because thorns were black tempered Iron. decision of the judges on the recent -JI I
he can tell me about Rubrlz" Tbe only other growth lay on the I I contest conducted by this I CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE

She made the Kid pause. ground like gray smoke. newspaper on "Why I Would Liketo

"You don't know about Rubrlz?" There was no life for the eye and Start a Stamp Collection. I 1 -Mao--

she gasped. them was no sound for the ear. All The exhibitors are looking forward -
She began to read his face from was furnace by day. and. in the with interest to the award- 10O

side to side!, up and down, as though i night a black pit with the stars ing of the grand prizes for the down {
somewhere In it she must find tbe burning thin and far away through which PROOF
best stamp and coin frames S
knowledge. the dusty air. They had the feeling I I will close the four-day event. The back label is an important I 2'5 And
"1 don't know. What Is it?" that thy were not on a surface but follow I .Cpe" month

God forgive me!" cried the girl. Inside something. guide to .
"I can't tell you. No one dares to After a day or two. not even Montana I STEAL FROM SYNAGOGUE when you low-priced .
speak of it. but everyone knows was capable of much! speech wonderful
in straight whiskey. The Installs complete the ,
RROOKL YN.-Se'en dollars
Brother 'ascual-he can tell you. and the songs with which he had
"Rubrl%?" said Montana "Has cheered the first part ot the journey cash and candlesticks' and other facts on Windsor's labelare READY LIGHT, UNIT.

something happened to him? Mateo ended. silverware valued at $700 were what especially recommend 1 I IS *'
!" (Copyright rill Harper d Brotltrt) stolen from the safe of a synagogue ,
Windsor. Butit -
He looked down at the agony In in this city.: '
Montana learns the horrible storyof is I See'any of< our ell\Ployees.regardinc ,these .
the eyes of the girl and then he went.e.eee.e.e.eeeeeeeeeeeee I the Valley of Death tomor-ow. equally important I I

. Bees sting only when annoyed l. that America's greatest lamps or see them on display, : at.: our displayroom. '
. -- - ---- ----- according to an agriculturist (jn distilling organization I ,.

ordered to Mexican border of the Bureau of Entomology. .
sponsors it. Compare! I I II
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187C-Historic first telephone and injure 46 in night raid over BOB STEELE in >Yt Ofttt, New Yoft. N,Y. .: .. \

patent No. 174.465 issued Alex- London. -as

ander Graham Bell. l BIG and CALIBRESerial Short Reels I\ Limited to April / :

-- 1934-Ford restores $5.00-a-
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gallantry in South Africa Queen Ms men. GET YOUR LAMP TODAY .
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St. Patrick's Day.1916Persia BUGLE CORPS .STRA'IftI IW";;

EtaLWI'.d 49 Years Dance and Floor Show f:;-* *- *:'. ;. | The Key West Electric: Co.

opens L its firstraih'a Key W..,'.,Old... l Friday Night March & WHISK I S;

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:-: SOCIETY :x: TO OPEN HERE .I.I.................... .. DAYS GONE BY TO WED ISSUED,....

Mrs C. II. W. Read, who was I M. E. McDonnell and Waring&.I August Vollmer of Berkeley,

NIGHT here to attend the funeral of her of the American Society of Happenings Here Just 10 Years Cal. criminologist, born in New

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress MONDAY grandmother, Mrs. Charlotte ing Materials, are scheduled to arrive 'I Ago Today At Taken From During the first week of March I Orleans, 59 years ago&
'PHONE 752-J Gould yesterday afternoon 4 tomorrow for a visit with 1..1 I The File. Of The Citizen

..............................................A** o'clock, left 5:40 o'clock for-'the M. Pierce, local representative of I there were but two marriage licenses Maj. Gen. Louis II. Bash U. S.
MANY EXCELLENT ATTRACTIONS home at Miami Beach. the society. I I! issued from the office of. A., born in Chicago, 63.years ago.
I I II | Samuel J. Wilde, real estate !
Weds Arthur Probate Judge Hugh Gunn. Is-i
Ethel Tome
Miss I[
WILL MAKE UP expert connected with the Home
I in
Miss Cecile Leach, who spent a B. M.\ Duncan, engineer ':Savings Bank of Boston who has sues were made to: j Rt. Rev. Rudolph Gerken Roman
Canter Here Tuesday Evening SHOWS TO BE STAGED ON delightful vacation of two weeksin : charge of bridge and :other projects Jetsen Catholic archbishop of SantaFe
1 1i | been in the city for some time, has Thompson and Maggie
on the Florida Keys arrived. N. M. born at Dyersville
Key West, left yesterday; afternoon
_. purchased 15 lots which he Gates Arthur
UNITED STREET pro- ; R. Garter and
for her home in Milwaukee( ,I i yesterday from Matecumbe"for, a, Iowa, 48 years ago.
The marriage of Mia\ Ethel also and carried a bouquet of V Wisconsin. stay of two days with his family.Today's poses to improve in the near fut t'Ethel TombaL
I!I ,
ture. The purchase of this large

Tomel, of New York of New City York tw roses.}1i. Barbara Rock sang two t II;............e.. ........ number of lots is only another indication -I Mary T. Norton representingthe
Arthur Ganter, also : The Krause Greater Showill ; I 13th New Jersey District in
numbers "I Love You Truly"and J. A. McClanahan. of .state of the interest being taken WILL
;took place Tuesday evening at born in Jersey City, 60
arrive in Key West Sunday, March congress
plant board, left yesterday afternoon by men who know real estate i iI
"9:30: at their new home on South "Indian Love Call, and refreshments 1 I
kinds 10, and will pitch their tents on for a business visit with officials and who are satisfied that there 1 years ago.
:street, with Rev. J. C. Gekeler, of various were Anniversaries
'pastor of the First Presbyterian served to the large number of the lot at United street, between at headquarters in .Gaines. *' : i I i is a great future in store for the OPENSATURDAY1 Dr. Philip Fox. astronomer-di-

Church, of Key West, officiating. guests present. A special vote William and Margaret streets; fora ville. ,. .. l'5| .e.eeeee..eee..e..e.e I city. rector of the Adler Planetarium
Both Miss Tomel and Mr. Canter of thanks was extended to Miss"Freckles" week's engagement, beginning 1792-John F. W. Herschel, Chicago born at Manhattan,
David Lieutenant William Roberts !i The first of San !, opening of Club Bolero,
are employes of Casa Marina Pittman :Monday night, for the Key West t !I I famed English astronomer, son of I II I Kans., 57 years ago.
Hotel, and met there for the first Nisoff for their successful effortsin i Battery "E" Florida National famed astronomer !born. Died:, Carlos Castle Number 9, Knightsof : 520 Bahama street, will take place!

time when they arrived to take up arranging of the decora- Fire Department. l I Guard, who was on a visit 'with I May a 11, 1871. I II the Golden Eagle, will be celebrated -i Saturday night, March 9, from 10, Hugo Ballin of Calif., noted
tions. The shows come here from Mi- his family yesterday returned to I I Monday evening, March 9. artist and mural decorator bornat
their new duties for the season. I I till !. The new club is under the:,
Acquaintance ripened into romance Among those present at the ami where they are exhibiting this' in the afternoon ac- 1802-Edwin II. Landseer, English -I The committee in charge has extended -II management of Ernest Perez and So. Levant, Maine, 67 years

fostered by the prevailing ceremony and informal reception week. There is around 250 peo-'; companying Billy Albury, son of animal painter, born. Died; invitations to other lodgesto Joe Medino.\ I II ago.

soft, tropical southern atmosphere following were Missies Dorothy pIe with the shows carrying 211 I i Major and Mrs. Wiliam V. Al Oct. 1, 1873. be in attendance and a large I The club is in the rear of Happy Ben Ames Williams of Boston
' and culminated in the wed- Nisoff, Frances Gercia, Betty midway attractions. bury, who goes to join his parents.J audience is expected to be present Days with entrance on Bahama novelist, born at Macon\ Miss., 45

ding on Tuesday evening. Siesing, Catharine Vonderlin, On the midwayattractions com I 1811-Increase A. Lapham. not- 'I street. Good entertainment will
Thirty dozen roses had been Barbara Rock Lita Fernandez, ing here will be nine riding devices F. 1.. Johnson chief boatswain's ed Wisconsin scientist naturalist, I be furnished ,all attending and a years ago.

ordered for the occasion, anll Caroline Atterberend, Hilda Pitt- including merry-go-round mate U. S. Coast Guard service, geologist and meteorologist, bornat Mrs. A. B. Dix, of Atlanta, Ga., I large place for dancing is provided I Dr. Thomas G. Masarjk\ president -

these were made into a flowery man, Daisy Dodge, Maude K. two ferris wheels, who was spending; a vacation with Palmyra, N. Y. Died Sept. 14, writes The Citizen relative to A.1 j i Itill be open every) of Czechoslovakia born 85

archway, under which the cere- Greene, Mary Cross, Minnie- merry mix-up, the new caterPilbr'1 Mrs. Johnson, formerly Miss 1875. F. Dix, who disappeared December I I night. years ago.
mony was performed. Miss Lillian Gardner Schutt Lucy Robideau, the rocket ride which Cleora Knight, and baby, left 28, 1921. It is requested that I

Brosman acted as bridesmaid, Frances O'Shea, Evelyn Hislop, three kiddie rides for the small I yesterday for his station at Fort 1! 1835-(100( years ago) Daniel anyone having any information I GIVEN SENTENCE

and David Nisoff officiated as Jessie Lacy, Mrs. L. P. Schutt. children where little automobilesare i Lauderdale. Mrs. Johnson will Giraud Elliot zoologist, natural I relative to his whereabouts, will I I -- Easy Pleasant Way

best man for the groom. Messrs. Wald'marVeiss, R. One of the features with plen- leave in a few we kS. s't. _world explorer writer on I communicate with Mrs. Dix at the OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.-
Miss Tomel ofJiin Carrero, A'rthur Yaskel, Jose A. amusement for ---- born in address which is 610 North Boulevard Because he Fat
wore a gown ty of- both young : i i birds, animals and fish, : paddled his tenmonthold ToLose
i I F.andp 'i'kle}: blue ,chiffon! Men lez. Gerhard Rue iger: ,Karl and old. I I Frank II. Lath!,--tax collector, Netts..York. Died Dec. 22, 1915. Atlanta. I daughter. W. A. Conde, of thi?
with"large j picture(: hat, and car Holl. Charles!? Herschcr \George l There will be twelve high.class and Mrs. Ladd, left over.the highway I i I 'f' I city, was sentenced to 15 days in ...,..- -

''rietftttlco' YhgK! pf roses with rib I. Dodge. ,David F,. Nisof|.tE: J. shows, some of which are the big this week en route to Tampa I I, 1844-Anthony Comstock. New Henry II. Reuss, age 61, retired i iI ,, jail on a charge of assault and How would like to lose 15
bon streamers.; The bridesmaidwore Lacy. Edward II. Egan, William circus\ side show Captain DanRiley's where Mr. Lad 'will attend a York's crusader and censor for a I I capitalist, was drowned 8:30 battery. you
of fat in month and at
pale blue, a picture hat, Rasch and EL B. Pittmap.Social animal show where the meeting of tax collectors from all generation born at New Canaan,I[o'clock last night near Shark Riv- pounds a
the time increase
-i ----- ...'. 1 ::', lion, are; the boxing Kangeroo sections of the state. I I Conn. Died Sept. 21, 1915. er, where he had been fishing for ulars are scheduled to mein a same and health your
II ;...' .I educated chimpanzee that rides I several days. Stepping from the baseball game at the barracks 1 energy improve your

Cuban Consul Host 1' ,Club Plan/ s .. '. the tricycle.: Then the big min- :Miss Nina Ryder head of the!I 1813; -Daniel D. Palmer, Davenport yacht on which he was cruising, Sunday afternoon. This promises I II I II How would you like to lose
I I double chin and too
At Enjoyable Tea To Give DanceThe .strel show, also the musical comedy I I social service department of the. Iowa and Los Angeles' into a small boat, he fell, struck i iI I to be a great game as the boys i prominent your abdomen and your at the
show with 12 girls, Al Capone!I I FERA, left yesterday afternoonfor founder of the chiropractic'meth- 1m head went into the water and :'are in perfect condition and have skin
t I I time make so
show, which shows one of the automobiles an absence of a few days.A. i od, born near Toronto Canada. disappeared. The crew of the. been practicing regularly for the same your
Cuban Consul I'erardo: Rodriguez regular !business meetingof I clean and clear that it will com-
used at one time by Capone I Died Oct. 20, 1913. yacht spread a net beneath the past several weeks.Markovitz's . I
Valdes yesterday afternoon the Muki-Muki-0\ Club, the I ; motor drome where you get I. Pooser, superintendent water and in a short time the body I pel admiration? ,
entertained at tea in his residence membership! list of which includes: i i I I Get on the scales today and see
a real thrill from the time the i transportation and R. 1... I.eales, 1819-Luther Burbank world-'! was recovered. Key West ca ers
on Elizabeth: street honorIng a nunlber, of young ladies of Key riders go on the wall until they I general manager, of the railroad, famous California plant scientist,i -=--- played a good game in Havana I Ii haw much you weigh-then get an

Senora de Munilla, wife of West, was held last night. are through. II who were in Key West yesterday, originator of new fruits and flowers -. Walter Francis Burns president i last! night with the University of 85 cent bottle of Kruschen Salts

the military attache of the Cuban During the meeting it was Each afternoon and night there I left on the afternoon train for born at Lancaster, Mass. Died of the Burns corporation of New Havana players but lost by a I which will last you four weeks.-

,embassy at Washington. 1) C.,I voted by the club to hold a Shorts will be free attractions featuring St. Augustine. i jat Santa Rosa, Cal., April 11, I York and his son, are registeredat score of 23 to 19. The spectators Take one half teaspoonful in a
and her son, who arrived yesterday and) Slacks Dance at the Cuban the flying Mclzoras\ aerial act. A I I .. I 192C. the Casa MarinaThey are were kept on edge throughout the I I glass of hot water every morning

from Havana on the S. S.' Club on March 22nd, at which committee of the firemen visited Mayor and Mrs. W. II. Malone I I great boosters of Key West and j' contest and were cheering both ,,und when you have finished the

Cuba. time prizes will be given to the the shows in Ft. Lauderdale la-t:; I I left yesterday afternoon for Mi-! 1850-Champ Clark, Missouri ;the Florida Keys and say that Key rides during the contest. I contents of this first bottle weigh

Also present at the tea were the! wearers of them t colorful and week and found the Krause Greater ami Beachhere they will attend. congressman and Speaker, born in I West has the finest climate in the yourself again.
immediate family of the Cuban best designed shorts or slacks Anderson Co., Ky. Died in Washington : After that you'll want to walk
I Shows just as it had been the Miami Beach Garden Show state. I. The second load of lumber for I
Consul, Ralph Z. Tobriner, of two prizes being awarded to girls recommended by Mr. Krause. A which opened today. D, C., March 2, 1921.'Toclay's I the Stock Island-Boca Chica around and say to your friends-

Washington a winter visitor to and one to men. number of years ago Mr. Krause ........................ i Editorial Comment: Short I bridge arrived this afternoon and'I I "A quarter pound jar of Kruschen
Salts is worta: one hundred dollarsof
Key West, and Jose A. Mendoza, played in Key West and the showshe E. F. Sasnett, second assistant I sleeved dresses are comforting arrangements for transporting! the "

chancellor at the Cuban Con VIOLIN LESSONS BYPROF.C.BRANNAN has with him this year are farbttter keeper American Shoals light-, Horoscope as they demonstrate that a great I material were at once gotten un-i Leading any fat druggists person's'money.America oversell

sulate here. than any he has had in house, who was spending his vaca- I number of the women have been der way. This work is progressIng -
............-........... Kruschen Salts.-adv. .
past years, it is shown. tion with his family, left today )properly vaccinated. very satisfactorily! and will be
DeMolay DanceAt There will also be a big exhibit for his station: 1' This is another ambitious day, I carried on without interruption as DeMOLAY

Club tent: at the entrance of the but you are cautious and patient. I Basketball)) fans throughout the.. prompt delivery of all material is I
Tonight '
grounds and any merchant desir- Cayetano Camus, who is spending There is great attachment to :city are manifesting great interest assured. DANCE

Those interested in learning ing to have a booth in this tent a while in Key with his friends, and a protective care exercised -: in the games to be played Tuesdayand
Tonight at the Cuban Club the to play the violin should see Pro I can get all details by seeing Chief son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and in guarding them. Failurein Wednesday nights between the The Twelve Pal Club met yesterday , Tonight At 9:00 O'Clock

DeMolays will sponsor another of fessor Cassio Brannan now as Baker at Fire Station No. 1, it is Mrs. Fernando Camus, will leave undertakings is seldom found I Y. M. C. A. team from Havana and afternoon at the home of CUBAN CLUB

their popular dances starting pupils are at this time accepted stated. I this afternoon for Birmingham;I 1 or what is not done by enrgy is local quintets. Miss Etta Gato on Fleming street Music by Tommy Thompson's

promptly at !0 with music fur- singly or in classes. Ala., where he has accepted 'a accomplished by patient and intelligent -I j where a very enjoyable time was I 12 Piece Orchestra

nished by Tommy Thompson's or-, Professor Brannan is a master Subscribe to The Citizen. position with the :Moulton Hotel. waiting. Key West Indians and the Reg-' had by hostess and guests. Gent, 60e Ladies Free
chestro together with the Heff-j
teacher of the violin and for many . . .. -- -
ner-Vinson --- --- -- - --
players making up al years has given instructions in
12-picce band. i I that time he has "
this city. During '
As other DeMolay: dances, the, tw
taught hundreds of pupils who
affair tonight is expected to be .
have become masters of the violin. . : ,, ..
. ... ,
well attended. Th bovs have done :1"a; h.
Professor Brannan's studio is at ..... . .. , .. -
all tYfl.4!J --C.YAt --- A !
everything possible to give .
713 Simonton street. I' 2s !If'
present a good time. I Jmuowiv&Jt

Dance At Cuba \ FLOORSHOW

Club Friday I AT NIGHT CLUBWhat 6

A dance and floor show will)) be ,

given at the Cuban Club tomorrow -!

night sponsored by the Junior' is said to be the biggest 9Choose

Drum and Bugle Corps of this!' floor show of the season at the w . .. ..........
city. l 1! Ifabana-Madrid Club is featured I ( :, Tc"

Imw\t.litt tply f preceding the'I for Saturday, March 9. Jimmie : : 55 : i

dance thereill be 'a )parade by:.Heffner' will put on a program I :J >/

the drum corp down Duval street;Using his singing and dancing I! too, % :; t }ttr. ; ? . r'' ;; Dft 'J? a : 4 :, ;" .
., . ; ;: : :::: ::
to the Cuban.Club.. .M,1' .1|chorus, and four actsoef< vaudeville d .I utG ., < ,;,.
. I '. .. : Y/f/3IS' .... ,,:..:' S1 : '
"i" t i ., "4 bIt. : J'ilil (1.'ItIJ. "'><"" ;;;m.ft.::: : .; ,j 'f'' : 'II -
:M. II r.
,. for .dancing .toe + l e .. (t tt'ai ( \:i3./: ... :1, .9s"Jr.II'': 1 '
Junior Club To 1., In, addition music ., \ : : ll" 11' U/lla- C} l.rllft'I : '.I. : __ _
will)) befurnished' by Dick Koyaterland }11 .. % I Clr/: ; .. '/. "j!? .q'" L.ri"\: '
HoldMeetin-, . .i his CaiolianiansThese' hoya i ''1'11:1. i I'N1: ; : .; -, JJ'I.yo (fff4[ (' '\ u--7J'

,- are known for their good dance ;.< S , ?K, rn. .y> j .1' i.l1Cr! t Iii jJ WiA.f1' II""" :'" / 'pfffJ.if l.rj.t f .>;;; t I'1. .G t j

An important business! meeting music. 3'' ,I, .1.' il / .,. m. ", iF. (1'1' ;;t!! :t.. {tt .. LI
of the Junior Woman's Club is!' There'll be plenty of fun and .' i.I ;' .. 7.Y;i > 1 ,"r.. . ,,. ,.. .

scheduled for Tuesday March 12,1 amusement for everyone at the /c

5 o'clock in the afternoon. Habana-Madrid Club Saturday

Members of the organizationwill I' night, says the management.This 'J r
assemble! in the rooms of the: is the biggest attraction that : ;
,' bottom leaves. Neither should
Key West Woman's Club on Division has been procured for the club by b me for your com
I ,
street. President Juan Carbonell.

W anion. I don't tolerate the you. I give you exclusively the

LEGALS : GREEN TURTLE >'? y 'vr : '.: < <>-bitterness, the acrid sting of fragrantexpensivecenteleaves ,

NOTH i: \rriir\rioN mil
I'KHMIT: "'U *111.: I.Mil un... I DAILYGreen
ON SALE -the mildest the best-tasting
\\ IMSit:- IIIKII: : undeveloped top leaves. Why ,
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..'Burr AtthiMtn has
CnminlxKinttrrii filed with the <>f i It..and:Monroe of (Pointy'
Florida an application fur permit Thompson's Turtle Market, corner
to sell wines and !beer in I jiffy Friend.
liiiimrx of "Your Best
It"ftinn 1 MM riot Nik Nine of said I Caroline and Margaret streets. the harshness gritty, tough, myself

(aunty and Stale: I I The meat is sold in steaks stew ft .... .,' t-
Any ritizrn of urli f'1t''II..n ilisttlrt -
or steam meat, and ground meat. .' Mlt..
may show cause if nthrrr a
beat the 'h'\t regular met-tintc of .
said Itoanl, why Such permit should i Fossilized plants and geological ; 'IA'RYS "
not be "
granted.tSlAI. .
.) i: Clerk hoard of Count .'on>niisKlnlKT to South ..v .* r /f! .
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of Monroe' ('..unl). Klorids. .:?
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Saturday, March 9, 10 Till ? CoprrlsEt Utd aoataa rul.on ca.ww S" a i1- <

Admission DANCING 75c AND ENTERTAINMENT Ladies Free t [ 1d 4 .
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