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 14, 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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Sale Of Liquor At Tavernier I II I I FARMSSOLVENT: ,i|' After al> delightful visit of tw .hip: to points of interest not seen I!

-... I I ,I day in Key West'member of the il yesterday.I! Members of the party were I Adopted By G. 0. P. LeadersOPERA

DEBT COMMISSION HOPES TO All State Association who arrived I)"Unanimous in their appreciationof I

Petition From Key Resi-I PURIM, FEAST i I I the many courtesies extended I I .. -,- _._ _ _
PREVENT FORECLOSURES, yesterday from Miami will leaveon : and declared they have enjoyed an I II ,, -

dents 9 Presented During -I OF LOTS, TO BE I I ACCORDING TO FIELDMANFOR the return this; afternoon. I round cxcellnt of vacation entertainment and continuous which STAGED IN tTIIIIIIII..6. Republican Aspirants For

Meeting ConductedLast a FLORIDAA During/ their stay they were /given : could be had in no city other than: VISITORS ENJOY
OBSERVED HERE r: tI t, Key West. I I KEY WEST WILL BEI Presidency Remain Very

Night every attention by J. Gerry Mrs. W. A, Larkins, Jr., who i FISHING OUTINGA

plea that special efforts be!I Curtis assistant administrator in t conceived the! idea of the visit to i iI I PUT ON MIAMI I Quiet In Outlining Pro

REGULAR SERVICES WILL BE made at this time to save from I Ii I I Key West was especially pleasedand successful fishing party
i foreclosure Florida farms and Key West for the FERA and a stated that before the end of ; composed of Irwin Wheeler gram Of ActivitiesB
Resident on the Keys are i CONDUCTED AT LOCAL : has been made by Governor I April she will return on several occasions -I A. H. Schwartz and H. Clay
groves -j Ii
of members the
opposed to the issuance in their i SYNAGOGUE ON MONDAY'!!, Dave Sholtz, according to' corps of recreation II : with other groups. i( "PIRATES OF PENZANCE" TO Miner, moving picture theater

Frank T. Keisacker division. Those in Key West today who I owner of New York put into
vicinity of liquor licence This EVENING. MARCH 18 fieldman for, the Florida:i I will leave on the afternoon train I BE PRESENTED TWICE DUR-I I Key West Tuesday for provisions (I'hlrr .r 11.BYRON.....*. The PRICE AkMxla 4
I i i Yesterday they were taken for I for Miami M'ra.\ H. E.i and gasoline. _. ....
was shown last night when a petition Farm Debt Adjustment Commis-1 I are: ING LATTER PART OF THIS I II rrru. \\ &
sion, who called on local membersof a ride to points of interest and in I, Wright Mrs[ S. M. Sims, Mr.\ and i ,They had spent several Within a year republican>> aspirants
signed by m. number of residents I'II the evening enjoyed a "1)utch'Treat" Mrs. Conrad W. Schaefer, Edith i I MONTH days on the "Puerta," Captain -
I the
organization today.
The celebration of Purim, the for the presidency will be
at Matecumbe Tavernierand : Monday \ The plea was issued during a dinner at Delmonico restaurant -I'i Remschmidt. Jr., Jane Davis, Mrs\ I S.uodera..t the reef
of Lots will begin on I
,I '| at the conclusion of whict4: A'dolf Kositchek, Mrs. B. Abram-I and Marquesas. testing out their respective
of leaders in farm debt j
ther .ad'at the I evening, March 18. The significance ; -.
r points-was*r
they were guests at a special \f EOn, Helen A. Pyne. Catherine A.j The "Pirates. of Penzance," Many ,varieties of fish
:conciliation work in
i!! of the' festival looms' recently strength,, but today -
; I I dance .many: Itatel"
and entertainment
meeting r
commissionerPresent -.., I Jewish people :.The"story of the|I j Tallahassee which Mr. Keisacker!,,1 Carbonell at the HabanaMadrid I 1 M. We-stschafter. Benjamin Wer-: Gilbert and Sullivan which was sot|, foot, sword ''fiih was i.netted..1.1f I. ?ih iprtjroutlookremain. alsaost 1.ittwa 1.
/ j Club. then. !{ successfully presented in Key''! On the return, trip, ..Captain -.
,'attended of this
e were, .iChairna> Card i Book of Esther! .upon which it is ,district. as representative I I j After this! they went to the I K. Hollt. Mrs. Elisabeth Adams,West. as the inaugural event during '-'' Saunder.assisted in 'I get' ,iaditU.d al m. year
founded bears: a signal message I
I' I Hotel Colonial where -arrangements -j Mrs. E.' Osenbach, Mrs Cora "La Semana Alegre," is to be II I I tinrthel"'Jephin.'N": off a ao.
Bervaldi.K>Commi MonervB. B.I todayto: Jewry and, the: world -at.large. I "Many farmers and growers!' '
-l whose this would have had been made for them as': GrassleMr.. and Mts. J. C. McCormack -j presented twice in Miami the latJ -| shoal,, on, ?'which she wa
.,Services will be conductedat crops year ( If rani, candidate, i*,setting
WarrenWniy><.R, P Porter t.and,. the local by Rabbi!produced;:! sufficient revenue to guests during their stay in Key I Mrs.\ George Kenyon.J ter part of this month M. E. Gil- blown j by,the; ,heavy,, winds up

Nathan Nile*. Clerk Ross C.i Phillip Kristal synagogue on Monday evening.1 i i i: provide a living and to meet mortgage -,'1 West slumber and after a night of restful j I Miss Gloria Kenyon Mr. and Mrs.I fond, acting admini trator of the prevailing .during'' the past .vea..tha.b.ginaags' of a, campaign
: without: are today on sightseeing (Continued on Pace Four) i Key West Administration, announced : few days.
payments are now I organization he i i. doing itso
Sawyer Attorney William V. Alfa According to the Book of Esther -' : this morning. |I
the .
to -
means on governor --------
Ahasuerus the king of Persia carry 'I --- -P' n ---- '' silently that his rival have
ary and Chief Deputy Clement and Media, had deposed his queen I'i I said. "There is, of course, the matter I.................... ...."........................ i While one of the performances: ,11111111..4MALONE
is the Miami Bilt-
to staged at
I of their immediate needs, but I been unable to find it out.
Jaycock Vashti and chosen Esther, a beautiful THE j more in that hotel's own theater,I
in addition many of them faceforeclosure. :1\ MAGIC CARPET GIVES
Jewish orphan for his new : ,I the other presentation of the : In congress the several republican .
Application for a license to sell' I ak you to give
I' queen. About the same time King i iI consideration, By COMMODORE VON MIETK-LIUBA, H. D. W. opera will be made over radio. i i blocs continue
beers wines Taver. these i travel
liquors, and at his people special to
likewise had raised
nier Ahasuerus! entitled to bit President, Key West Philatelic Society i I All the principals who partici- TALK TODAY AT
was filed at the meeting of I to the of for they are every their
general Raman position several and unified
presentation'I a
I lend." I' .uu ......... ;; rated in the opera : ways
the commissioners on Wednesday i Prime Minister. Haman had had l a' of assistance we can ------W--WWWWWWWW" WWW1'veeI ...........
night of last week Burrell Policies of the federal land here will appear in the Miami production -| ROTARY MEET party policy seem about a remote -
by dispute with Mordecai, a cousin of I I The United States Post Office I I What a story do the Pony Express -:' it said although the *
i farm debts ;
banks in refinancing .
Atchison and published in The Queen Esther, and he made his Department estimates that 26 1-2: I : as ever.
stamps of the last century p cast is to be reduced slightly. <
Johnson I
Citizen the following day. I were explained by Henry -j million letters
hatred againstthe and sealed packages
private quarrel a loan ;I i tell, compared with the airmail .entire personnel being taken to Mit \ -' Republican .
'When the matter. was broughtup I entire Jewish people. a member of the senior J and approximately t C 1-4 million i national !headquarters
ami will number about 50 PROGRAM DEVOTED TO TALK
for decision last night Mr.i One day Haman sat in council committee of the Columbia, S. post cards and government postal, stamps of today! The progress of;!t 1 connection persons.with in Washington is listening -
All in
Porter said that he personallywas 1' with King Ah uerus. When Ha C., land bank, at the recent con- I suds are being handled by its em.II i'i the human race and of our nation I I the staging expenses of the opera are be-. ON SOCIAL LEGISLATION I What and it is waiting concerned saying about little.immediately

very much opposed to the that the king was pleased ference. l ployes day. ,, i (
man saw every is engraved
on postage stamps. ping,I borne by the Miami Biltmore.I Ii
sale of intoxicants on the Keys I' Views on the general farm i On i ii TO COME BEFORE STATE, is money to pay its rent
with his advice, he brought !I most of these letters and! i with the exception-of actual trav-
and by this he meant also beer ; credit situation were offered by realed (i and keep its skeleton organization
charges against the Jewish people 'i packages, postage stamps of I 1 cling costs which are being paidjthrough t I BODY t
and wine. Dr G. W. Forster, noted economist The very successful first annual together. ".
living in Persia falsely accusing various face designs, of differences :Mr.
of Raleigh N. C.. who in addition , Key West Stamp and Coin R private subscription j J No 'one professes to know how
rebellious in -
Informed turbulent the '
them ,
Reliably of being a \! perforation and in the Gilfond said, so that no government . Chairman

He stated that he had been reliably people, inclined to disloyalty '!; ment of to being economics head of in the the depart-North:'I color of the stamps, are used. Exhibition, which just drew to a.. funds whatever will be used |: Today's Rotary luncheon was, will long stay National in office and no Fletcher formidable
but without mentioning the name These stamps are gathered by close, and the informal talks '
informed that a petitionwas I on in the opera presentation.
being circulated and had of the people. The king was dis- : Carolina State College and a mem-:1 I stamp collectors, along with unused !I!,I the romance of stamp collecting To Leave March 25 J'j I devoted to a talk on social l'gisJ"Jation candidate to succeed him
; ber of his state's tax commission,I 1 .has appeared on the horizon
.be n,&lKndbya.num r'oC residents l turbe< Is serving as executive secretaryof 1 Members of the ca't are Wle;'v nogetherr} : ffwouTdrFe1 ifii
,; -
the keys declaring : 10.000 silver talents into the royal'scoffers According to the same author people in Key Weft, have sug'gested -'
on emphatically I
that the residents were for permission to exterminate the North Carolina Farm Credit -i I ity there are now nine million I' to our citizenry that thereis here Monday evening :March 25, meeting of the state legislature,! cut to imagine a situation of
I commission. I and will return ; greater Few
Adjustment Thursday morn- party uncertainty.
opposed to the issuance of a I I this group. And without knowing : stamp collectors in these United''' 'a real value in this hobby. j with Mayor William II. Malone,
Other visitors taking part in the March 28. The performance politicians exciting
license for this i the name of the people King : i States. If this estimate is true, it What can stamp collecting do Ins expect anything *
anyone pur discussions; were W. Kerr Scott I that I I I[ at the Biltmore will take place who is among the outstanding ac: to happen for some monthsto
I Ahasuerus granted to Raman power means one person in every for Key Westers For one thing,
pose. of Haw River N. C., field I 'i ; and the nationwide -]
repre- ,
Tuesday night
I I to confiscate their property and i j fourteen is a stamp enthusiast. it can and will improve the spell- tive members of the club giving, come.The
Pursuing the subject. Mr. Porter : sentative of the Federal Farm I!! broadcast will be staged! Letter DelugeIt
to exterminate the Jews within his President Roosevelt collects the
of collector.
ing Then
said that he was assured that I I Credit administration and B. L.I i l'I young I Wednesday night. t an interesting and instructive talk! appears that the country no
I dominions. I ( Stamps. King George of England too, its value in teachnig arith-
i 1
Attorney Albury had the petition:I At Mordecai's suggestion, and McCoy, of Atlanta fieldman for| the Prince of Wales, the King of,, metic; languages, history, arch-. The opera when presented here, on the subject. j jI i longer takes Washington for
i! I
in his possession and would, if' Esther' the Georgia Farm Debt Adjust- I was staged only one night, and: granted. Letter-writing among
at great personal risk Italy and many other crowned I aeology i natural sciences and geography A
possible, it at the meet 1 mert commission. who and heard I visiting Rotarian was' E. C.
present raw I
I many persons I II the voters is distinctly on the increase -
came unbidden into the king'spresence : statesmen' make stamp collecting'truly ; should not be underesti-I
(' Applications for assistance in ,I the performance commented that Graham of Washington, D. C.,' .
ing.The and invited him and Ha- .1 the hobby of kings, considered -'!(! mated. A stamp collector knows
commissioner had just completed Monroe county are now being received it was so well executed that it i I'while Sebastian Cabrera Jr. had: Of of the letters
with her two those course many
; man to dine on successive the king of hobbies by ( the man of the world better than i
his talk when Attorney! evening The king agrc'd'i by the local committee,{ who are its devotees. !I: non-collettor because he has warranted more than a single ;,as his guests, Fire Chief Harry deluging congress are devoted to
Albury entered the room. He I members of which are: la| 'iI t
Haman wes overjoyed. I II Jack| Every few months a stamp, I I.tamps from countries of which night's staging. Baker of the Key West Fire Department specific issues and obviously are
was asked concerning the petition I I Ii Chas. Ketchum, chairman; A number of here part of organized campaigns
At the second feast, Esther told which hitherto was unknown to the average person has never even persons and Ben Krause owner'
and at once produced it, and i j the king of Hainan's trickery and Golden secretary; Norberg the world, is found. The finder of heard. I from :Miami for the performance, and operator of the carnival now the part of. special groups.It .
handed it to the clerk who read Thompson, all of Key West Win.
j said it was her own people that ; such a rarity usually gets a fortune -!i Stamp collecting, it is claimed and it was during "La Semana showing here for the benefit of is the other kind however
It. P. L. Wilson,
Haman sought to destroy. The kingfurious :: Hull Long Key; I for it. for it is not the nee c'cvclop discrimination which i b Alegre" that plans were started : the firemen. i I II which arc causing commentthekind

Whereupon Mr. Porter moved became !, and ordered Ha Tavernier. of a stamp that makes it valuable -*:' an essential factor in ell work. It for the possible staging of the j I Eddie Strunk. president of the which obviously are not inspired -

that the application of Mr. Atchison I man to be hanged on the gibbet I i j but its scarcity. The wor'd's teaches system and neatness. It opera in Miami. club, who presided at the meeting which do not, hold up one

be denied and on vote being I that, in anticipation, he had pre- t THOS. ROBERTS first known postage stamp was issued I' cultivates patience and the powerof By presenting the colorful had as his guest, Percy Cook single issue as all-important but

taken it was so ordered. pared for Mordecai. The decree of 1 by Great Britain in 1840-] observation. I I opera at the Biltmore many 'per-(:, of Cook's Island.It speak generally of the state of the

Other Matters Pending Ahasuerus<< permitting the extermination -I 1 15> years ago yet an excellent The University of Minnesota .'Sons will have an opportunity to was voted that next' Thurs- Union and what should be dune

There were several other mat-I of the Jews could not, according IN CHARGE OF !' copy of this issue may be had for 1t 1! Minn., and the Catholic University learn of the talents to be found day,evening, .tb :dub hold its annual ' about it., '

tern pending which will be actedon to the laws ,of the Moles I only one dollar and fifty cents. 'Tin I Ii I Washington have included in here on the island and also tti i': Ladies Night the.Casa. Ala' ,-. "Atino, previous''time lrife'I'i.\'.

later ii" theweek.; These re- and Persians, be: recalled. But II SANITARY UNIT I The world's most, expensive*; their'('unitllium classes in stamp learn something' of the lore of Tina Hotel., ? 'administration began;"' '*aid one

quire opinions.' of the attorney I the king issued a proclsmation ; stamp was issued! by British collecting I I ';where the fundamentalsof Key West, for the location of the I l There<<: : wa an unusually large radiator recently HaTe) so' many

who had come to': Key giving the Jews of Persia! permit I ( Guiana in 1856. Only one single this' science are taught. It is opera could have been Key Westj attendance at the i 'luncheon today people-j is my state:taken'the<< TiMe

West solely ,to present the: peti- Lion to organize for self-defense, I I APPOINTED SANITARY OFFICER -, copy i is known, and its price is i: an inducement to research. as easily as the loast'of Cornwall.f) with eeveral.'of' the club's ,i to sit down'and write"o '-'- !ntJn'
tion and on one. other matter and fought'',and routed their i 1 I Ii 'I : \ in longhand-theli1''"Ideas 'aboHt'
they I IN CHARGE OF ALL AC- fifty thousand dollars. !!i I Medical authorities maintain ,songs rendered, and the setrttorj
which he would act on when .the attackers.To i A stamp is only a little piece o( that a hobby adds to one's life and CHANGE SCHEDULE was voted. one ,of the best id'red; the basic, trend'-if-"' .: ,,' uaT-
returned Saturday. He aid he this deliver-I i 'TIVrflES: WITH FERA IN 1 fairs." .. I. >" ''If
: gaily-colored paper sometime: many of our lesd'ng! physicians! I cent,.months, I
would havp to leave for Mate I ance from the hands of Haman, i!! KEY WEST I gummed, sometimes ungummrd l; recommend tamp collecting to rI'I I This began long' before both

cumbe this morning. the Jewish people established the I I ; sometimes perforated, sometimes their patient In hospitals: to I i OFP.&O.IINESHIPS sides more or less appealed to the

Depository accounts: for the fourteenth of the month of the i i j without perforations. But on th'sc'''. semi-invalids, this activity is a:I GOVERNOR SHOLTZ : country in the work-relief dead-

month of February were checked I Adar as a day "of feasting and I Thos. E. Roberts of Key West, [hits of paper is reflected the hi-! great aid in passing the time. in I, lock. In the abstract it has rep-

and ordered approved. joy, and of sending presents one : has been appointed sanitary offi-I; try of nations their hopes and overcoming depressing thought,. WILL ARRIVE FROM LEAVES ON PLANECHIEF resented one of the moat notable

Notice from Sheriff K. O.j to another and gifts to the poor." 'I cer of all activities of the Florida 'Ii! ideals their sufferings, and their' about their immediate environ TAMPA ON WEDNESDAY i j political surprises of 1935.

.. Thompson was read showing he i j The festival typifies the false ac- Emergency Relief Administrationin (J, rejoicing. They commemorate ment. In correctional institutions 'I I' -- f Whatever it may mean, it pre

had appointed Earl) Hathaway a{ cusations made against Jews in,II Key West j great events of the past keep it has also found its place. I AND SATURDAY vents members of congress from

deputy sheriff.WINTER I every generation. Its chief message For a number of years before alive the memories of valorous : Secretary of the Interior Har- I I EXECUTIVE CALLED forgetting that they will be on

however, is that it recalls,i: the advent of the administration ''deeds of our ancestors They im- oH L. Ickes wrote to the president I Changes in the schedule of the I II iI AT THE CITIZEN the spot in 1936.

I the triumphs of the Jewish people << i in the city Mr. Roberts was sanitary -I' mortalize heroes and poets artists IOC, the Key West Philatelic So-i+I I Peninsular and Occidental: Steamship -; OFFICEt Brain Trust Unhappy
over injustice and tyranny officer and is thoroughly familiar -I and composers, sportsmen, inventors iety, on the occasion of the Grand !I I[ company have been announc-! BEFORE ,LEAVING '. r f t Many of the brain-trusters in

I I I with the needs in Key West and brave women. Discover-'i Opening of the exhibition that: i Ii i i ed to become effective next week.i rt Washington are growing more
MUSICAL COMEDY I and with the plans and routine of ers and their famous exploits come I"Your Van to stress the recrea-I f Instead of arriving from Tampa i ii I I and more discouraged as 'they

I the present setup, it is said. I to life again on postage stamps,I| tional and educational ,I i on Tuesdays and Fridays of each i Governor Dave Sholtz. of Flor. f j think over what recentlyhas

'! His appointment was made yesterday telling the story of civilization.: stamp collecting is most commendable. :,, week the ships will arrive Wednesdays -' ida who was in Key West to recuperate -! happened to them.
PROMISESTO AT HIGH SCHOOL; by S. D. Macready of the Stamps tell of the progress in ." 'I:' and Saturdays. Sailings to'' from a stubborn attack, One of them is openly suggesting -
,I state board of health, at the time engineering in architecture i in]I| When opening the four-day exhibition Tampa from Key West will be on j of flu, left yesterday afternoon 4 ,; that the school of young ,

RETURN AGAIN I he announced the transfer of G. aviation, and in general sciences. Acting' Mayor Leo II. Thursdays and Mondays. Sailings, o'clock by Coast Guard plane for; liberals brought to Washington

B. Reed, who has been in chargeof The evolution of means of Warren aid that to'the many attractions -;t>to Havana will on the date of arrival -: Miami and from there ,was to ; by Mr. Roosevelt has been em.

NEXT SEASON 'MISS CHERRYBLOSSOM" TO the work since its inception.Mr. transportation and travel is pic-M! Key West has to offer;i:; and after arrival of the train i> leave by train for Tallahassee.' ployed chiefly to give "face" to

BE PRESENTED IN II Reed has been selected to tured: the ancient caravels, the its 'citizens and especially itsvisi-(!I from the north. j I Before leaving the chief executive policies which really hare not'

I administer all sanitary affairs on windjammers modern ocean linen -!I' tors, ". .now,we have another attraction I This change will provide for the ,, called at The Citiben office (Continued on Page Four)

"A. W. Dougherty who, for NEAR FUTURE the keys, especially that in connection ; camels ox carts the Prairie to add-a display of,J[:hips to have the week-end lay I'II and chatted on several matters of

years has been an annual winter !I with the several camps Schooner of pioneering days the]: stamps and rare' coins.. ." I I I over in Havana instead of in Tampa -' import which,. were contained .in .1!

.visitor to Key Vest, left yesterday "[ working under the direction of B. Iron Horse; bicycles automobiles.I!I! The exhibition' is to be made an i : as at present. This change will {an interview published in this paper -

afternoon for* his home in The Music Department of the I I IJ M. Duncan on the bridges and oth- airplanes dirigibles. Soon, rocket annual event. It furnishes instruction -|I I become effective it is said, with :, yesterday afternoon.The THE NEWCHEVROLETS

r Danbury, Connecticut. 1 Key West High School, under. the er projects! stamps will be added., j:,, and U an art gallery in minia-' the sailing of the vessel from j governor was completely,

Before I leaving Mr. Doughertytold J direction! of Miss Emily Crossland, I While in charge of the work in The architectural beauty and ]: ture. And. in the words of the Tampa next Tuesday and arrival i|restored to health by his period of

The Citizen he had, as usual I is at work on a musical-comedy. I Key West Mr. Reed put into ef- the grandeur of Rome and Greece j president of the sponsoring society -.I in Key West Wednesday. I relaxation and rest in Key West .

enjoyed a delightful season of; "Miss Cherrj'blos om" or "A Maid I I meet many radical changes in the that have since fallen into oblivion -' during the Opening Ceremonies -' I practically all of his time being [

lecreation, and would have remained -!lof Tokyo." conduct of the sanitary department are shown on stamps... it is "Dedicated to the PALACE t tHeffner spent at the Casa Marina with .

for a longer stay had he not The cast and the director are : all of which have producedthe Events that have changed the destinies citizens and visitors of our city- r Mrs. Sholtz and the four chil

been called home? by a telegram. hoping to provide a fine entertainment looked for results it is said. of nations may be found on by some of the people of Key j THE HAUNTED-Vinson Players HOUSE in I!i dren.Mrs. ARE EN ROUT

"However," he said, ")'u may by putting their utmost ef- Mr. Reed left this morning for i those little pieces of paper. One West to all the people of Key Sholtz and the children

rest assured that if everything is forts and talents into this comedy. I the camp at Matecumbe and from glance: at the ever changing faces: West" for stamp colllecting is Screen: John Wayne in are expected to leave the latter I Watch For Announcement

favorable next season, I will be The stage setting is to resemble this date :Mr. Roberts will conductthe of the presidents on the stamps of universal-is the :Magic Carpet to TEXAS TERROR part of this week for Daytona Date

sure to be one of the first visitorsto the background of Japanese moun-I I activities of the department in Latin American countries suggests carry you to the farthest cornersof Night: 3% Hr. Show lS-25c Beach, after a vacation of four

arrive when the season opens." tain country Key West. their turbulent history. the earth.. Matinee (picture only) 10-lSe, weeks here. I




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fLir {rJ: Mlls1 (::1i J. KEY WEST'S PLAIN DUTYIf .................................................'country has been little above the' ........................

.- average. We have done more by Today In History
published Dally Except Sunday By adult in the law to promote recovery than any
mi: CITIZEN rtuLisiiusG co. IMC. every world except a DEN COS"T"H other comparable nation, but are .........a..s....

a.. I'. AUTMAX, .......14ut. few chosen teachers, was killed .what kind \ ey '' rf little farther toward achieving it. 1C44-Roger Williams received

Comer From tireen The Cltlcen and Ann Building Streets of a race would we have after the children D"'D. Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend 'r Later business figures than Mr. historic. Rhode Island charter
Thorp was able to give, indicate bearing this date.1794Cotton .
had been trained? Would they be better 1 Checks and Tax Bill&of Every Individual; National j, continued advances throughout
only Dally Newspaper in Key Weal and Monroe PerennialsIF
I and International Problems Inseparable the world with a few exceptions.At .
County. than the present adult generation, or I I home gin patent granted -
I commentators
Entered at Key West Florida, as second class matter Would the race suffer much through the YOU fled that any of your I: From Local Welfare.e..eoee.e.eoeee5..5.e..ecoee.e..a are optimistic-many of them' Eli Whitney.
i iot
perennials have been lifted out 'I
riFTY-MXTII IRAKMeiuher loss of the home life? the ground by the frost, they I i, seem to believe that we are duel
.f the -rUled Vrr*.. should be pressed back with the I The best way to appraise any month, prices in this country advanced -' for a slow but steady improve-' 1883-Died, in London, aged
.'he Associated Press la exclusively entitled to user These may seem like foolish questions feet or lifted entirely and re- 'nation's' KUCVVM in recovering 20 per cent-twice as'I)ment that will not be abruptly C4, Karl Marx, whose studious lit

or rcyubticatlun'not otherwise or credited all news In di-patchea this paper credited and ago tIt to the people in Key West but there planted., * * '. from depression is to view it in much as in the second country,; checked,. as have the rises of the erature on socialism resulted

the local new published l.erm'NATIONAL are thinkers in the world today who are VERBENAS are coming back the light of the experience of Japan. England showed a 5 per past. see ::many years later, in theform ofRussia's
again Into popular favor. While other nations which face the same. '[ cent rise, Germany, 4 per cent. A government today.
EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) hostile to the. home on the ground that it strictly It Is a perennial, it la '' j>roben] s and are battling theme large; group of countries, includ- Americans who wish to understand -

.n JJ does not do what it is supposed to do, mostly planted as an annual. It depression. During the last ing Poland, France and Italy! the Italy-Abyssinian imbroglio 1907-Wall; Street's so-called
well in i II
most locations and
C/YL..e.n2..h..eA 1935SMISCHIPTIOV train the These grows I few years, the American press has showed declines. It i is an interesting -.which is: of international "Silent Panic..
properly young. men say requires little water.
- ------ --- '. I'carried scattered and dis-related fact that in many countries" ,, importance inasmuch! as it is complicating -

lie Tear _' I14TES. ____!__$10.0.b. that the average child would be better off IF ANY of your hardy vines have I' comment on foreign trains and government has attempted! tot the already chaotic, 1932 Asperate Justice Benjamin

: Months -,- -,-. ._. ....__________ Ii.c.a if taken from some of the present day been Winter killed, use annuals losses but at least w) far as the keep prices down-while the i ii European: situation-would do:, : -
'.ru Months ......__....... 2.59 for this Summer while the re- i 1 well to think of it in the light of!: N. Carooza of N. Y., took
tae Month ...._....... ._....__._, .8' mothers: and fathers and raised in other placements are growing through i lay reader is concerned, nothing American Administration has the : oath of office as member of the
Weekly .21 I I I has been issued: that gave anywhere -'I gone to extreme lengths to force I Ii Japan-China issue. ;
their first j'i U. S. Supreme Court.
environments. That they are right in a year.. . I Like China Abyssinia is an independent -!
AUVEItTm.N'G HATES! I near a clear perspective oT i them up, believing that higher r r
Made known on application. few cases everyone admits, but that theyare FOR a perennial backgroundthere I actual conditions. 1 prices: are essential; to business I power-and like China,I
!"'I C'ALOTICE is nothing more attractive However it is a hundred years behind the I 1934-U. S. Senate rejected St.
right in a majority of cases would not Now, in an article in Foreign recovery. they provedto .
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions ef than Delphinium. Their tall times. Italy, like Japan is an Lawrence Seaway Treaty .with
<.T.ct. obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at I Affairs( WillarJ I.. Thorp (Chairman be a mixed blessing-you can up-' .
be admitted .
we take it, by anybody in graceful spikes and exquisite to-date nation which needs new Canada.
1 ",. rite of :o rents a line / color add charm and delicacy to I Advisory Council of the put prices up but you can't make
: -ifm lur entertainments by churches from which territory. China a
t :e.:"..t' Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. Key West. any garden. If seed is plantedit I NRA and Professor of Economicsat people buy. With; present trendof I possesses RESTORED TO SANITY
Tu: Citizen is an open forum and Invites discus- Most of the in West should be put in the ground Amherst) has adequately per Administration policy, it is 'wealth of mineral resources, which
tfoa cf Issues and of local parents Key try I
public subjects or general early as it germinates best in a Japan wants-and Abyssinia
formed that difficult and important doubtful if further advances" will
Atrrert but It will not publish anonymous communl to perform their full duty to the children ground temperature of forty-five I possesses a wealth of gold which BAINBRIDGE Eng.Solvingcross
utions. task. As part oT a general -, be registered. There is a betterchance ,.
. to fifty-five degrees. word puzzles has restoreda
------ ---- they have. Sometimes they are overzealous . e I I article on World Recovery, that the general index will Italy wants.
If Italy and Abyssinia fight, it patient in an asylum in this cityto
Paying cw .h avoids headaches. or fail because of a lack of knowl- LONG narrow border hedges can :Mr. Thorp has assembled! statistics I jgo down. !I|i seems inevitable that the latter sanity, according to a medical
be made very attractive by a from all the major powers!I The tables on foreign trade, i
edge or other cause, but deep down in the mixing of perennials and annuals :will lose. Victorious Italy would report. '
I covering: the four most important show that Japan and the United'
Father Coughlin dealt in generalities hearts of the parents is a hope that their giving special attention to the barometers of economic conditions -i i then establish an Abyssinian protectorate .I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
time of flowering EO as to have I experience
in his radio talk .this week. children will be splendid men and wo- continuous bloom. I : : Industrial] Production. Un-, based on a comparison,I wards. -and reap the rich re; FUNERAL HOME

. employnventVhoesae! Prices,''of the thrd: quarter of 1934 with ;
.. : Established 49 Y-r
...:.4 "- f',1 men. IF YOU want the large- I t 1932. .
j- very and.V f&lac 0; Foreign Trade. : the third quarter of Our I
J Stone t crabjj Kave'Veco'fnc iw.yery.popr sized dahlias only allow one stalk' ,! Equipped with pocket clip, an Key Wwt'sOldest24Hour _
: !
To consummate this parental ambi- Socially speaking I the unemplocment f'xl'ortrot! !'! Cl j per cent, and our
to develop.: Do not plant'ititMuB t I inhaler which also can be used for Ambulance' ,
food Julius {io ,
u ar' silky cane tjown. > record i is the im-imports 45 cent, while England's
most -
1 : .
- . I : tion i is the best work that can he done by too close to shrubbery and: fertilize per | spraying the nasal passages" i is carried Llcensed EmblntrPBOM
well. portant. In this field Mr. Thorp'sfigures rose 18 per cent and 4 percent '
: this!:\ communit! It owes.something: to the . : cover the representativeperiod respectively. Poland, Ger-j conveniently Jike a fountainpen. ,135 ,4NU-t 69&Wi>, .

A woman' is seldom called. an _old... : children in.its midst and it is IN TRANSPLANTING seedlings, .
T-xJiO tf -*- high time from August 1932: to many and France showed declines! }r
maid until she ibeginsTto, act like one. i that we recognize the responsibility and move the stronger plants first'so August, 1934.) They show that' in both phases! of foreign trade) CASA MARINA
:* .J-H:; T<1V 'i":'i | l as to give better opportunity for !
Germany had the best luck in putting while Austria.!'! Australia andI MUNSON ISLANDFISHING I
the weaker .
i assume it in full. one to come through.An i Key West's Hotel De Luxei
I '
old kitchen fork ie an excellent men back to work-its unemployment j Canada showed moderate rises. CAMPO
Noah famous who I
was one personage i
:Most towns and cities take care of the tool for this purpose. declined by 54 per Japan's exports went up 51 percent ratt>d by R. M. Ellison American Plan
got rid of the "I knew him when" boys.A . cent. Australia's declined! by 39' and her imports jumped! 122 Best Fishing on Coast I i 200 Delightful Rooms each
adult needs best but seldomdo I |
as they can, FREQUENT picking of the flowers -
per cent the United Kingdom'sby per cent-a trend which, if continued Guides and Boats AvailableSea with Private Bath

pessimist LJ disagreeable, but he the powers that control a city look of of bloom.pansies: Although prolongs the their pansy period 25 per cent, Japan's by 21 per will result in a serious in- t'ood-Fishing I Evening Dinner ___ $2.00

after the diverse requirements of the chil- is a perennial it is better to set cent Canada's by 1G per cent and ternal situation inasmuch as she BoatingBathingWrite ; Luncheon _____ __ 1.50

gives less foolish advice than an optimjst. dren of the community. JeyVest has out young plant* each. Spring. Italy's by 8 per cent. Three countries -'is sending much more money out for Reservation, Pos 1 Afternoon Tea _______ .50

-France, Czechoslovakia and, of the country than she is gettingin Office Ramrod Key : or a la Cart.
fine little boys and girls, whose A GOOD RULE to follow in !
I Poland show rise in Accessible Rail Auto
a unemploy by or to :
An optimist is one who depends on planting perennials: is to place Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with
future possibilities are'almost unlimited, them a little closer than half ment. The United States was: at j' The most! representative index Ramrod Key Casino
the town clock when he has train to
a provided they receive the proper treat- their own height Plants grow. the middle of the list being under of dll is industrial production. To Camp Boats Meet Guests Masseur in Attendance
catch. iiig two feet or so high. shouU Canada and above Italy withan I make this comparison, Mr. Thorp Rates: $5.00 Per Day-
ment the citizens of West. Their I PETER SCHUTT Mr.
by Key
I Lc a foot upart.KEY unemployment decline of 12 I selected the lowest three months I American Plan

inherent talents can be discovered and developed -I per cent. | each country had since January.
Knight-hood is again in flower on the .
and their little characters broad- When it comes to percentage j 11932, and related them to a late ----
West Coast of Florida. And the Colonelis changes in wholesale prices the I three-months! period.. In this comparison CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
ened and brightened by the right kind of
enjoying it. WEST IN United States leads the rest of the United States stands THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
treatment here. It is their right and they the world. From 1932 to a late'I exactly in the middle of the list "

should have it, to the end that, throughouttheir DAYS GONE BY with a gain from the low point of I KEY WEST
"All is quiet on the Key Western I committee in conjunction with 30 per cent. Canada is as at the close of business December 31Comptroller' 1934,
lives, they will look back on their Happenings Here Just 10 Years fil"lt'l Call
front.-St. Petersburg Independent. The AI'TaJ.eD Mrs. Robert P. Skilling. with 57 per cent followed
I childhood in Key West as happy time. Ago Today FromThe RESOURCESLoans
a -* der by Germany Sweden Japan
quiet that precedes a burst! of activity. Files Of The Citizen I
I Let's give the children some of our Editorial Comment: Mantuggestions -,, and Czechoslovakia! and then the and Investments | 305,639.43
have been made to:furb j U. S. Under us, is the United Overdrafts ._- 71.61
f Two Arkansas men who 'killed each. serious thought and spend some, of our It has been suggested to The .I reckless automobile,.drivers Lot it ; Kingdom, Poland. Austria! France Banking House, Furnitureand
._ ._ ,
Fixtures 33.082.S1139.370.6g
other as a result of an argument over a money for their permanent welfare. Citizen that with the progress of iis,' 'really necessary to do but'one I and Belgium. Conds of States and *Possessions .

of the city assured, every resident ;'thing and that is to refuse'.them There are the figures-and of the United
have it
scripture probably got
passage should make it a point to'have as license to drive cars. even the most! cursory analysis States
straight\ by now. big men as possible govern the shows that improvement in this Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03

I city. In making that suggestionthere Beginning next Monday flight Stock of the Federal Re- ,

A Yale professor the weather few days ago a bill to prohibit the was not the least intimationof and continuing throughout the serve Bank .. _-...-. -.x 6,000.00 Ir
Federal Deposit
says Temporary '
bringing of damage suits for breach of criticism of the present or any week there will be a gorgeous dis- OVERSEA HOTEL Insurance fund ID 14.01
loss of half billion dollars
causes a
a a other administration because the play of fireworks nightly at the
United States Govern-
year. Rut think of the raw material for promise, alineation of affection, or reduc- persons who made the suggestionwere firemen's carnival. Chief Pinder! 917 FLEMING STREET ment Obligations direct -

conversation it yields. tion, was passed by the House of Representatives actuated solely by a desireto has completed arrangements with i -Rooms- and fully guar-

of the Indiana Legislature by see everything possible done to ore! of the largest manufacturers I;. With Running Water $1.00 a I anteed _832744.73
promote the interests of Key of pyrotechnic displays and has Person; Wit! Bath! $1.50 I Cash amid due from Banks 495,168.97 1,327,913.1\
Good times will not return to any individual the overwhelming vote of 87 to 7. West. This city needs now, more been assured of prompt delivery. a PersonWEEKLY

without hard work. Prosperity Oddly enough, the bill was introduced I j than ever, a wide awake energeticand RATES LIABILITIES 1,888,235.19
administration and Deputy United States Marshal I
doesn't come out of the air like a rabbit by Mrs. Roberta: West Nicholson, the only The determined Citizen feels confident that Andres Lopez requests all ,Key Newly Renovated Capital 1 100,000.00
New Equipment and Undivided Profits ... .. .. )
i Surplus 56,007.42
from a magician's hat. woman member of the House, daughterinlaw the voters will see to it that they We'ters having counterfeit 25 an.l New ManagementNO Circulation 100,000.0\

of the noted author and diplomat, elect such an administration next 50 cent pieces to turn them over CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Deposits 1,633,228.37
to him that he send them to I
Chaco, that disputed region in South :Meredith Nicholson. She has two chil- I November." Washington. may i 1 I 1888235.79

America Bolivia and Paraguay are fight- dren, a son and daughter. I
Mrs. Charles: S. Simms, of Knoxville F
ing over, is well named, for it literally Her bill also prohibits, except on or- Tenn.. vice president of the

means "hunting ground." der of a court, the naming of any personas Tt'nneSeeWomen's Press and I
Author's Club is in Key We'tnth'ting
co-respondent in a divorce suit. Speak-
data series of articles
for a
Greece., where, the \' government. .. has ing, of her bill, Mrs. Nicholson said : to be written ahot4tKey

just been victorious :over rebels led by \ "I am firmly convinced that most actions West.: She has an article tin the SENSATIONAL

'U mgr Premier Venizelos, is about as big for breach of promise and seduction Hollywood magazine this .,month! ;
and will have another jn the.same
or as little if you wish, as the state, of have ertortion as their chief motive. Surely magazine for Aprit:\Dorm:. a call' ,

i\labnmn. s ". .. a' suit to recover money as damages for the at The Citizen yesterday ,,1trs. On Glassbake

broken romance canot soothe a woman if Simms was frankly delighted over" I
her visit in the city and had many
Father Coughlin cracked down on love was genuine. complimentary things to say.

General Hugh S. Johnson by the citation I

"de mortuis nil nisi bonum", then inconsistently THINGS ONE REMEMBERSBy A small fire occurred last night
excoriated about 9 20 o'clock in a small residence -
the former NRA leaderin
on Louisa street near si-
a :30-minute harangue. R. M. HOFER
monton street. The blaze was

Beginning December 15, 1934, an- Oregon quickly extinguished with little .

Publication of Miss Ferber's new romance country editor kept track of the number of envelops damage resulting.The .

"Come and Get It" may entail too : he received containing publicity on different -
local Elks will give a banquet -;j
much effort on the part of those whom it subject On February 1, 1935, he had 102 at the Cra Marina here" tonight -J

concerns, and may be, followed by a more stamped envelopes from private firms anti 112 in honor of John G.

inviting novel, ""'e're Bringing It toy government franked envelopes. grand exalted ruler of the priee-I
I The visitor arrived over the best"I!
uu." ; Congressman Fish recently pointed out that Coast today and was met !J

I the covt to the taxpayers for the franking privilege arrival by many members of the I.

In McAlester\ Oklahon\i, like everywhere enjoyed by public officials, governmental departments organization who entertained dur-
I ing the day.). ,:
else, those on the relief are clamoring commissions, "authorities- ," etc., had jumped _______ I I

for a rectification of the setup in the I from $14,000,000 $23,000,000 the past year. Joseph W. Albury, chief of police -j J

relief administration. They want the removal -! The stamp-free messages from governmentalsources has sent. messages to chiefs;

of nonresidents from the payroll, received by this editor in six weeks, exceeded ,. of police of all, the prominent
cities in Florida to "Keep a look-I
and the expulsion of the chiselers in gen- all stamped publicity he received frou all out for the-'only two citizens of i I _

eral. (private firm. Key West, whO/ W against'the I

Franked material drained the taxpayers two and a half million dollar bond I
issue for construction of an automobile
Fort Jefferson, an abandoned fortress stamped material maintained the post office. highway to the mainlandof
on Garden Key, one of the tiny Dry .s Florida. Supposed to have left .

The people have learned that I the city yesterday.! Can be easily I II
Toitugas isles off Florida, is our newest government or '

national monument. It was recently turned private contracts to pay obligations in gold can be I widest recognized publicity by appearance.possible." Give 1,I South Florida Contracting &

over to the National Park Service by the repudiated in the United States by Congress. f _

1'aelie'e}. it or not this tiny place once . .a I "The Love Garden," comic I PLane 598

once was called "Gibraltar of America.The ."- The people have seen the block returned to opera to be produced under the '
{ auspices of the Woman's Club at "Your home is worthy the
Pathfinder. Not Fort Jefferson, but Germany, secret trials and secret executions, t the San Carlos theater is to have "'n .

Key West was: alluded to by Admiral Porter -I with an ice cold axe left embedded in the block to a cast of several hundred local s

as the Gibraltar of America. stop the flow of,blood. . people. This immense company is I
V blng: organized now by the club.

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Temperature New Orleans i Dr. Albert Einstein, professor This day gives great enthusiasmin
; La.. Galveston Texas -
(By JOVE) ( I! of mathematics at the Institute:
SYNOPSIS: Tin Montana Kid va he looked like a young man-answered I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I Highest ........._._._-_.___....-.."__'71 I and Louisville, Ky., 30.32 in- I for Advanced the work to which you are attracted -
..4 Crofter alloictd tin Ptucuai guardt fterpotelvhavt of .- : I..SSS.SSSSSSSSSII.........S...........S..S... I Ii Lowest .__............._.._-n.__.........64 ches. Snow has occurred during j[ author of the theory Study of Princeton relativity I'I but with a somewhat erratic .

ftlfUt. Valley trrU2.of matter the Dead../ tkt to terntl "They came Into the Valley sefior. < I I Here before me I have the New i Recruits AB R. n. PO A. E.ITreinack Mean _.-._.......,_.._.........__ 68 I the last 24 hours throughout most II I born in Germany, 56 years ago. tendency. Under some aspects -

I.r. t.\e.... They kopo to t. mad eap- and so we brought them here safe-! York Herald Tribune of Monday rf .. Z 1 1 2 0 0 Normal :Mean .-.-.._......72 : of the Lake region and eastward I -
guard* themueli-e and to It able ly. Francisco and Felipe who went; March 11, and it gives the game RaimfallYesterday's over New England and in the Ohio I I -- I I there is a set purpose to accomplish -

to demned retCTit to work Mateo.'",Eufcrtcon nl! to death out to bring In the .new gang of prisoners and box score of Sunday's game. Colbern ss .. 3 1 2 0 2 :3 il I Valley and' there has been rain II I I U. S. Senator John E. Erickson I. an idea which often

in ti.t valley by General have killed each other at tbe I In this game Brooklyn regulars Bord'garay cf 4 0 1 -I 0 1 t Precipitation T. Ins. : from northern Georgia northeast. I| of Montana, born at Stoughton. i brings success and there seems-to
":fra and the Kid to Ktlrada valley-and two'' played against their second team Reis,3b ........ 4 0 0 2 1 1 .. .. Ins.1. ward over Maryland and on the i I \%.iz., 72: years ago. be a supreme indifference to obstacles : -
TfcU rrranl ro\er : *.r I
that they've to take the :
menUs outiule the valley for U remit say come up ..
0the expedition new. room tbat Francisco and Felipe have I and the regulars won 13 to 3. The I i3ucher 2b _. 4 O' 0 3 1 1 rndiMc at N> .'el_," tfcl. _..ral.(. : north Pacific coast. Temperatures I I! which carries the mind
Rotita repcatazt. has the Tomorrow's Almanac I have fallen in New England southern i safely over them. In other cases
left. papers following to say i McCarthy, Ib.4 0 0 3 1 0 : Basil Manly, vice chairman of

It was a clear enough statement. about the game: Sun rises ........_._.___.__ G:36 a. : Florida and in portions of the the Federal Power Commission. I there is: a tendency to leavetoo
If .... 3 0 0 4 0 1 i
Chapter 36 Strong, I
much chance.
Juan-SIlra pondered it for a moment.) I The regulars and recruits 'I Sun seta .._...-..._...._.. 6:36 p. Lake region, and have risen in born at Greenville' S. C., 49 years to
JUAN.SILVATWO Then he said: "Take the friar Into the Brooklyn club went nine in-I Onisc.----- 3 0 1 3 0 2 Moon rises ......._.....-. 2:57: p. m'l:most sections from the Mississippi I.ago.

square-shouldered' buildings my own room and leave him there. nings in the first practice ball at LamanAkt", p 1 1 0 0 1 0 Moon sets! ._.._..._...-. 3:52 a. i Valley westward with readings 291 I. I Subscribe to The Citizen.

stood lu the center of the valley. Untie the ropes. Let him be free. I Tinkers Field this afternoon and I I Baker, p ...... 1 0 1 0 1 : Tomorrow' Tide t I degrees above normal this morning -]i C. Roy Dickinson president of
Only watch-In case be should need the final score was 13 to 3. Tre- in j
One for the women.said a guard,and anything. I am glad that the Churchis mark. the tiny outfielder from A.M. p..1 Montana.G.. S. KENNEDY I Printers Ink. New York born at
I Tolals29 3 624 710 ............... __ 7:5-1 7:20 !
another for the men. smiling on the Valley of the Dead. Manhattan, scored two of thethree ,, R.t High Official in Charge. i Newark, N. J., 47 years ago. I
But this other one. be Is different. Score by innings: Low ..'..'............_ 1:30- 12-181 NEVERBEFORE
"But there hundreds In here- I
are scored
I runs by the recruits. I
Recruits ...... 003 000 000- t-8
Let talk with him. friends. ---
and how can they be crowded Into me my by slapping a home run over the, a. m. today: I Father J. Elliott Ross of Charlottesville '
Poor Brother Pascual. when ha 'i Regulars 1....... 511 051 OOx- 31 EIGHT MARRIAGE I
30.20. Va.
head Sea level noted Catholicderg'man
places of that size?" asked Montana. I| of Len Koenecke who was I g ,
knew that he was to be parted from; Runs batted in Koe- born in Baltimore 51 SUCH A
j I playing a short centerfield. Then Summary: : ,
"By sleeping them In tiers fire his friend cast one glance of long-1 I
Colbern the singing 3 Fremark 2 Munns Fre Lowest Highest LICENSES ISSUEDRecords I years ago.Thomas. SHAVING BLADEat
high"grinned the guard"and where Ing towards Montana and then went* I shortstop necke SMOOTH
there Isn't room to lie down. they away surrounded by several of the j I singled: and scored when Frenchy I II ''Cucinillo, Bordegaray; home run: Station- Last Night Yesterday I this low price IRichardson's
Abilene ...... ..._ 52 78
Bordagaray slammed a triple to D. Bowman of Missouri
stand. guards. Others remained with the ,
I I the extreme leftfield The I I Fremark. three base hits: Taylor. Atlanta ........ 40 58 I in ;;;officec; of Judge '
corner. .m. consul general in D. F.
The thing spread itself In a grisly Kid. And he felt those amazingly Mexico ,
Onis Leslie; two base hits: Frey, Boston ....... ... 24 38 Hugh Gunn show that eight marriage P3I
theory that Linus cannot
picture before the eyes of Montanathe young eyes brighter than youth In Frey .n. born at Pacific, Mo., 49 years ago. ? '
thick of the gloom lighted by the dead setting ot that face. scan I I drive a ball when he switches to I, Bodegaray; time of game: 2:10; Buffalo ..-...... 2-1 30 I licenses have been issued

one or two dull lamps and the groan. ning him probing at him. the right hand side of the plate i|umpires: Leonard and Clawson. Charleston ........ 50 58 during the first 14 days of March.Of I Clarence E. Ridley! of Chicago.

"You have seflorT asked when he slammed Chicago ..... 26 38 these there were six issued this the
Ing of the sick and the despairing, a name was exploded a I .m. executive director of
and the horrible steam and stench of Jnan-Sllva. line double against the left field I I A diamondball league is to be Denver ....___..---.. 46 70 I week. tional City )Managers', Interna-I II I .1

close-packed humanity.But "Several." said the Kid. smiling. fence on the short hop off La- formed shortly and will have the Detroit ........__.... 20 38 Issues for the week were madeto born at Armada :Mich., !

somewhere within the walls of "Some people call me Arizona and manske in the second inning. The recreation department, the administration Galveston ___..... 58 66' : Miguel Suarez and Grace Bui- ago. I e

this valley was Mateo Rubrlz. Per. some call me Montana. And some fence is 363 feet from the bat department the FERA Havana .....__...-. 68 lard; Ralph Sierra and Agatha I _

bps his chains were Jangling 'in simply call me EI 1 Keed. That is ter's box. Late in the game hitchhikers I[garage and the lighthouse depart- Huron .m..._.__.... 36 44 Johnson; George Griner and Marvel Maxim Gorky famed Russian

oie of the nearl>y joW'of; b. ers ash south here in Mexico." and guinllas, of the camp'i ment teams. This league will not Jacksonville ...... 48 64 Roberts; Eloy Blancoc and author born 67 years ago.

drore ( bladi of/ms/ hoe'inches lie wondered raguely if the replaced some of the regulars.I I!allow any professional or playersI Kansas.City ...... 40 56 Estela Roche; Orlando Caraballo
dUper''tnanfW.0r, :. tYe knqwl d&e of that name hat penetrated I the senior I and Mirta Rodriguez Will'am' ; _
esc And John Stopa of Brooklyn, Joe Mil-: who engage in league KEY WEST ... 64 71 : Is' P5,44k'PRBAK

thought 'Or'" him' tra'hsfbrmea the Dead. even as far? The as 'the death'shead'wbo Valley of the I vid l, of Bridgeport and William I fl 1to f play with them. Some very Little Rock '.'." 46 70 Almyda and Leona Curry. I ,SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS I '

place to? the. Kid. The strangeness faced him showed no sign of recognition Gates cf Key West, made favorable 'I good games are expected to be Los Angeles ...... 54 82

cf their pastiswept'over-blin.: a but the others instantly shifted impressions. The weather was 1 played in this league. Louisville' _..._.. 30 42 CURTIS DARROW\ I

fueling (hatuiere A. .must "be a 'future and stirred IitUeALthIs.JuanSil !bright: and the game was free; so Miami ,..,.....,_.---.. 56 70. I v/\/v > vxvMAftC .
theitf Ill. h ( 1J M UftJk.TMBfCUS
for both. t The Senior League will start .. .,. 26 30
Orlandans Minneapolis f AT.OFF.
va lifted bony ner and pointedto a ,large delegation of j ANN PAGE f- p 5,4
They came no..'.''to1l'ards a building one. turned out. ; Monday night; At a meeting to be : New Orleans .... 54 68 GIVENSENTENCE By OThER PATENTS PEHDIHC |

with a very long, low front. Box score.Regulars held Friday afternoon a schedule I New York ........ 30 38 TIE best ot news Lent U possible that salt for water the

"There's your master. There's' "\, u know something" he said. AB R. H. PO A. E. : will be drawn and there will be PensacoU ..-.n.... 52 58 Cab li plentiful Dg and moderately priced.

Juan.SUn-and may Uod help you!" A '"What Is It you know!" Boylerf ..m. t 0 2 0 0Frey. ;; decided who starts the play in the II Pittsburgh: ____... 34 38 Curtis Darrow charged with Eggs too are popular substitutes for I i I
said one of the guard.To "A Rural told me." said the man. 1 first The club being organ- Louis 34 54 meat and their price has declinedten
ss ........ 4 2 1 2 5 0 : game. St. '" ''' entering with intent to commit a dozen in the past week.
which the captain answered. "One of the Rurales who were bring Koenkke cf .. 3 t 1 1 0 0 :! ized by Gilbert Martinez *, ill be I Salt Lake City.44 66 misdemeanor was arraigned in The cents third a most popular Lenten foodis GroceryFRIDAY

chuckling: "God can't"look in here. ing up new prisoners to the valley Iilvid, cC .m 1 0 0 0 0 0| named the Nu-Enamel club and I San Francisco .. 50 70'' criminal court this morning and cheese-and its price is low in pro- AND SATURDAY

The steam's too thick. entrance. lIe told! me about El Keed." Leslie 1b .... 3 2 1 3 t 0 will have the following players: Seattle ." '___'-'--, 40 58 ,'entered a plea of guilty. portion to Its excellent nourishing.i' SPECIALS
And once more they all laughedat "And bo said r went on the ancient Gabriel Castellano Leo ........... 48 64 qualities.
this. Fanatto 1b .. 1 0 0 5 0 0 |! Ward Tampa I i Judge J. Vining Harris sentenced Meat prices continue)o rise with no
In front of the place they werehalttd. man. Cuccint'lo. 2b 4 1 0 3 8 0 Lopez Nodine Navarro Martinez Washington .... 34 40 : the offender to three hope of lower prices for from six 1 tb Box Crux Cracker,
"He "
: In place of the lariats they the halo from, sefior.his that hope he of would sainthoodand give Ta'lor. If .... 3 2 1 0 0 0 :, Gopher, Molina B. Garcia Williston .......: 40 48 i months in the county jail. months to a year. Regardless and cheeseare of religious special ? __.__ 25c
1 0 0 0 Tynes, Jones M. Lopez and a few practice eggs Butter, tb ,,__ 33 We
.... 2 1
were tied with short cords even his good right hand also, if only Stopka If I good foods to choose because they -
their feet being hobbled: afterwards he could become the captor of El Stripp 3b -... 2 1 1 2 1 0 others. All these players are well WEATHER FORECAST I ..........S.SSSS.CSSSSSI are among the cheaper foods at Sugar 5*.Ibi.10 !lb.25c; 10__Ibs.___ 49cPotatoe 22c

they were led through an entrance Keed." Cates, 3b ...... 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 known to all the fans and some i present. I ?
tb sack 28e
I Flour 6
I and strawberries -
door down a naked hall and so into "Tell me In one word-Is there! a Phelpse ...... 4 1 1 2 1 0 J hard fought battles are expected (Till 8 p. m., Friday) 'Today'sAnniversaries Oranges otter the, grapefruit beat fresh fruit values; I Siam Rice, Sib.. 35c

the brightness of an open court. price on the head of this man?" I Manes c ..____ 1 0 0 1 1 0 from these boys. The Busy Bees Key West and Vicinity: Fair and green peas, beans and cauliflowerthe : Tomatoes, can ._______t -.. Sc
Here sat Juaa-Silva under an awn "There Is a price-ten thousand I Loganp ....__ 2 0 0 1 00 and Lopez ten are standing pat on tonight; and Friday; moderate best green vegetable values for I Milk, can lOc and lie

inn cf the brightest old Mexican pesos-on the head of this gringo!" Munns.p--2 1 1 0 1 0 I their line-up. So far only these north and northeast!' winds. I II .5l.ISICSSISICSCO3CCSCII this week. three made of I, Cream, 6 can ._ 40c and 43c
menus up
feathcrwork. lIe was This informant was a good broad three clubs have entered the seasonable are foods adapted to different Maxwell House Coffee tb 32c

: an Indian on a mat of woven chunk of a man with the top of his Totals37 13 8 27 18 0 I league. 1782-Thomas Hart Benton, budget levels: Bliss Coffee tb __ 25Kaff.
dyed grass and he sat at the verge nose bashed in. perhaps by the kIck I soldier in the War of 1812. St. Haag, tb ,_- __ _. 48e
. _. --- - editor Missouri'sfirst Low Cost Dinner Salt 3 __, lOc
of a shallow run of water whose of a horse or a mule. and with his' - [ ] Louis newspaper pl.cs. -

swift ripples threw upwards a continual nostrils correspondingly flaring wide ........................ I U. S. Senator and serving for Pan-broiled Chopped Meat Grit, 3 pkf. .., 28c
play of reflected light on the so that he always seemed to be out II \ ). 1 : 30 consecutive years noted statesman Baked Potatoes Green Betas Tobacco, 3 pkga. .....- .... 25c
and Butter
face of the despot of the Valley of of breath or in a passion. CLASSIFIED 1 born at Hillsborough N. C. Cigarettes. carton $1.20
D. Lemon Snow Soft Custard
Jelly 3 tb box ,___ 24c ,
the Dead. "Ten thousand pesos?" said Juan- : \ I Died in Washington D. C., Apr. Tea or Coffee Milk] -
I W'ii Lard It. ____; _..__.., 15.
lie r/ore. i fike the lowest of his la "Well': ? -
Silva that Is money too! u1J li.
10 1858.
Medium Cost Dinner Dr. Ross Dog Food ,.3 can 20c
borers. only a loin cloth. so that lie rubbed his lean hands together COLUMN .
ilj ; Ideal 24c
Dog Food. 3 can
Roast of Beef
Montana could see the withered and Montana heard the chafing of '
......-............... I. d'A1 Aus- Mashed Potatoes 3 pkft.: ..___ 24c
limbs and the sagging paunch of an the dry skin. "But ten thousand : tot; ;, 1804-Johann Strauss, Creamed Cauliflower Life Buoy Soap, 4 bars 28c
old man 01 eighty at least. Ills head pesos. why. my friend? Is this a great MISCELLANEOUS : Fair trian composer of dance music Bread and Butter Sun Light Cleanser, 6 cans 25c

was bald as an egg. It was strangely man-killer and robber? This gringo? : father of the composer of the Jellied Fruits Starch. 6 pkgs. __?_"._. 25c

shaped. with a dividing crease In the Out Is he really a gringo?" MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED Florida: Fair tonight possibly same name, born. Died Sept. 25, Tea or Coffee Milk Ivory Soap. 6, bar 30e
center between the big front and **! American." admitted tbi ALL Ovaltine _ 35c and .S.
am an authorized radiotrician. That it takes civic pride and a light frost in interior of central 1849. Very Special Dinner ?
back: lobes. by Baked Beans 6 cans ........ 28.
From his face the spare flesh bad Kid."I have known a few." said the Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela progressive community spirit to and north portions; Friday fair. Fruit Chicken Cup SaD -Fluab, can ..._._..._? 23c
bocn melted away by time but the rasping: but subdued voice of Juan- street. Phone 866-J. make better cities. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: 1813-Joseph P. Bradley, New- with Mushroom Stuffing Vanilla 3 bottle __ 25c

ek'.n had not shrunk to a tight fit. Silva. "but I have never known any feb23-lmox No city can progress far on the Moderate northwdst winds over ark, N. J., lawyer Associate Jus- New Potatoes Green Beans Ivory Flake. 3 boxes ..._... 20e

Over the Jaw!:.. reside the mouth good to come out of them. Jo on- Road of Progress as long as thereis north portion and moderate to tice of the U. S. Supreme Court hredded Lettuce French Dressing
Phone 6S8-R Free
and hanging under the cblu. were al. you-and! tell me why they want to READ the advertisements in The constant friction between its fresh north winds over south por- 1870-92 born at Berne, N. Y. Rolls and Butter Delivery

most rigid; folds of the o d. tough pay so much money for El Keed- Citizen. You will find it a citizens. tion; weather fair tonight and Died Jan. 22, 1892.1837Charles Coffee Strawberries Cake Milk Eaton and Elizabeth Streets .

hide. dead or alive?" diversion. tf Friday.
profitable Great progress is made by: cities .
Ie! had once been a tall man with "Yes dead or alive. That Is how East Gulf: Gentle variable -
who have cooperation.
wide shoulders and still he was not the poster reads." i winds over north portion and mod- Ammi Cutter
boned but the years had turned him "Well have never made mucn BICYCLESWE ;, Many cities seem to be playing
we erate to fresh north shifting to Boston and Northampton, Mass.,
Into a mummy.: And as in a mummyof money out of dead men. but we may dead. Now is the time for them to northeast winds over south por- librarian pioneer in the library

a young man. his sunken: cheeks begin to export them" said Juan. RENT by the Hour Day or I come to life. tion. movement born in Boston. Died at GALLON WITH NEW-VALUE DODGE

were drawn out lean and hard because Silva. lIe pushed out his tongue and Week. Repair all makes and In some sleepy cities many of Walpole N. II., Sept. 6, 1903.

he still possessed a full set of ran It slowly over his lips, as though paint them with Nu-Enamel. We the prominent citizens only] try to WEATHER CONDITIONS
teeth. When he spoke his lips first his mouth were sore and needed comfort of parts.
supply _
carry a full keep the home city about three e ;
furled beck over the teeth. which! "Hut you still have a story to Bicyclesand 185.t-Thomas R. Marshall Indiana
Agent for the jumps ahead of failure; the rest A low pressure area is movingin
then pard: before utterance
: came. tell.
I sell them as low as $1.00 of the citizens seem satisfied. over the northern Rockies and lawyer governor Vice
I "Why. this Is the man said the week. J. L. Stowers :Music cities is. President under WiUon, born at
cur1ouIcoeo: dnta4Xhe 'Informant( "who has ridden' from one v per Many have a bunch of Plains States and pressure
TillS 5 marlSlmoFOR quitters the kind of men'who quit relatively low this morning over North Manchester Ind. Died in
ot 3. IIW .t &rst.1nkafttl: ; lad of :Mexico to the other/rt!h the : Company. '
before they start. What these the middle Atlantic States and, Washington June 1, 1925.
g wards It was althoug hetapcd! tot |$irales trying to catijp) him.and' al. *
t get I his lips .a-aL.tarfnlI.JAm: ,t&ys missing. jus :;misslng.randrleaving \ jf SALE 500 cities need is a bunch of good southwest 'Wihliston, N. D., 2D.70:

tieth that might cut them.. The voice behind them a good many TYPEWRITING PAPER : starters; men who are,good stickers inches; white a high pressure area I 1854-Paul Ehrlich, famed German -

Itself 'low-pitched and the vibrations wounded and a good many dead and sheets,.'75c. The Artman Press. : and good finishers., . overspreads the. Gulf states and medical scientist born. Died

could almost be counted,Qmnq. *' II TJT '. '. >*>. ...-...' .'p. ,,-._ _aug1_ I Cities that are fall of food .t rt.I extends 'northwest to Ontario, Aug. 20, 1915.
night hare called him! a dying man.' &' uh.Si1v:1IQ: l straight at Mon Now I ers and food liD .Len usually
SALES BOOKS. -------
but Montana had the conviction that tana. BLANK at The i I focus their eye on the future, get
death would\ still be postponed for "Havo you killed some ot the brave lOc each or 3 for a good start and stick until their ....' ,,, '
ma!!years.. Rurales" he asked. Artman Press. Phone 51, Citi- i city arrive :T { >'> ; IMPOftTANTf ;. .,;t:t1' _
,-t sAN
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How did,he manage to retain his "I have. said Montana. zen Building., : -1''= "' y: _

place? Every year, according to rule "Ha! And you boast of it?" I HIGH PRICED SPECTACLES -if" ? .-<$ t ._ts. ,; i'
the tax Inspectors, at least Journeyed Suddenly Montana felt that it WANTED I

Into the Valley of the Dead. .would be far wiser to tell most of the r f DIFFERENCEIN :, _
bid I
WANTED-A chance to on SPARTA. Ga.- John Chapman
and this
every year they came out again truth to terrible old man. Therefore -
order. The
without registering a claim against! he broke out. speaking truth your next printing I a farmer near this city, paid a ' ,

the monstrous rule of this evil old from the bottom of his heart "I nev. Artman Press. aujt'1'BOYS I traveling "specialist" $250 for a y ., ;' v >J1

man. Well. money can close most er saw a Rural I would not have put : pair of ten-cent store spectacles. . I *

mouths even a little of It. bullets through It I could!" WANTED-To do pleasant .t LOW-PRICED: .WHISKIES. %i ;
: ,
Juan-Sllva was saying: "Have we "-\h." said Juan-Silva. "That's the educational work afterInoons r <:*

visitors! ? Have we really visitors at truth of It. is It?" lie began to nod and Saturdays. .' :; .
last? What do you mean. my friends his head. wagging It far up and down. Ages preferred: 12 to 15. Apply i ARCHER'SGROCERY e .

by tying up their hands and hobbling At last he said: "L also. I never have by letter to J T care The Citi gtt _

their feet? Is that treatment seen a Rural I did not wish dead!" zen. marl4-lU 'iit4ih
for a guest?" (Copyright. I9JJ. Harper .. Brothers .
The skeleton-headed captain of .MONROE THEATER Tie Store That Serves ." Smart buy ers read the back
Montana, tomorrow. has a (hooting I LO'
the guard-compared: with Juan-Sil match with Death. Jimmy Durante and Charles !I You BestIPs labels and know the dif

- Butterworth in
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ference in low-priced

"CATWAIFNEWDODGE i is otherwise familiar with boat,I Patterson in TRADE AT THIS STORE straight whiskies. They

I immediately appreciates the aptness LOTTERY Ayres-Pat LOVER I' S know that more ENJOYS CAR the New-Vane Dodge. They &ay h
with which the word has been Day in and day out savingsat Ii you get actually costs lees to run than the

AUTO TERMThe 'tacked onto a decidedly attractive i Matinee: :,B.Ico.v, lOc; Orefc- I! Archer's make. our store the I for your money in Windsor. LUXURY-YET SAVES lowMt-priced cars!

i portion of the Dodge automobile. ( tea. 15-20; Night., 15-25 best place to trade in the long Compare! Windsor Yet for all its advantages style.

1------ run. We stock' nly the highest MONEY EVERY MILE comfort, safety and dependabilirf

quality foodstuffs. S has a pleasant mellowness the DeW Dodge now ,4livr for jed
Dodge Brothers people, in,jr- KEY WESTCOLONIAL I I Pirates force Fishing. Camp I II "' 'va DRIVEN Kg cars and small few dollars more than the lowest-

addition to body and mechanical I. HOTEL I ONE STOP SERVICE I. wbjchisrarcinawhhkcyI JL cats,"-says Dr. Donald L. Da risen , priced cars.

Innovatipns.. also add something tor Pirate Cove Florida I II Whether at so low a price. a Clifton, N. J. dentist. "But for MOTORS
you need M\ats the first time, fa this 1935 Dodge,
\ car nomenclature this year., In the Center of the Business I 20 Miles From Key West on Fish Turtle, Fruits Oysters there is real trig-car Inxnry and per DODGE DIVISION

he Dodge models of 1935 have I and Theater District I the Overseas Highway Vegetables or Dairy Products 1aDCe-7.t test paid for pa aDd -VALUE. DODGE $us .. .

|..valk," two of them. The Cla Fireproof I SWIMMING POOL call Archer's Grocery.Weitne 100 PROOF oil than in lower-priced can." ::::::: :: a. tt.y '
refers to the horizontal First FINE CUISINE Owners .vevywbsts confsM atnas- it fo r tvdfH. Art tot tlCA .. =:
t all
Sensible Rates Accommodation competition with meat at the (M and ofl economy of '7 *r Moors Coaumortitl Ci .t*fl...
lach side of the hood, which First Class low prices, and high quality
noticeable I Write or Telephone for STRAIGHT
pe especially as thE COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
i viewed from the front. Th.ition Reservations PROMPT FREE DELIVERY WINDSOR CURTIS
is unusual on automo.I Garage Elevator Rate: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day PL...e 67 ale n.nUn. St.

t any one who ever tro i Popular Prices I American Plan PsMar,..... Carp A Dm.;.. at N--.I n..,.........o -.pi..y....N.Y. 210 DUVAL STREET
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new cars are expected to

:x: SOCIETY : : .........................I....................e... PERMITS ISSUEDISSUES 78 PASSENGERS TO BE DISPLAYED arrive tomorrow and be stated.A placed. on
display Saturday, it is
and Mrs. William Pinder, Major William V. Albury.I ,
who were spending a few days Florida National Guard who was of Children's
Leslie Editress
Nina de Lisa
with relatives in Key West left : on a brief visit to Key West returned COVER ACTIVITIES Steamship Cuba, of 'the P. and New model Chevrolets are now Bureau shows that defective teeth
752-J yesterday afternoon for the homein : today to the at
'PHONE camp O. S. S. company, arrived yesterday -:on their way to this city announ- often follow rickets.

................................................. Tavernier. : Matecumbe where he is m com- DURING WEEK END- : afternoon from Havana with i -- - --- - ---
: mand of the troops from Key
Winter Resident Of Key West Mrs. Smith, wife of Artist Erik West; and Miami. ING MARCH 14 62 first class passengers and five!I

Johan Smith of the FERA, left second class passengers for Key

Sends Fruits Home To ExhibitA yesterday afternoon for a visit in I Mr. and Mrs\ Avery Johnson, West; 11first and no second class ,
New York City. I who were spending their honeymoon Records in the_ office of harry The Never-Tiring
for Tampa. ,Of the 78 passengers
I in Havana, returned on the Baker, building inspector, show issuance -
very interesting item appearing -!I I guest at Casa Marina here, has received !Mrs\ Beryl Curry and son Ken- Cuba yesterday afternoon. Mir of 10 building and repair I there were 11 aliens. j GUARDIAN
in the Bloomer Advance, a letter from Dr. RobertR. neth who were visiting relativesin ''I Johnson is an artist with the local l The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for : )
Bloomer Wisconsin was broughtto Vogt, an eminent botanist located Miami\ returned yesterday. administration and Mrs.\ Johnson, permits during the week ending i Tampa with 18 passengers and t of your
the attention of the Editress by at 1651 Euclid Ave., Cleve- formerly Miss\ Nina Ryder. is social March 14. Issues were for: j
Mrs. Gertrude Detloff, of that land, Ohio, making inquiry regarding Mrs.\ Waldo Johnson wife of service direct r. General.repairs at 719 Emma I i : HEALTH
city who is a winter visitor to local vegetation. Dr. Vogt Engineer Johnson with the Florida street. Owner: ,Effie Thompson; Steamship Brazos .of the Clyde- I -

Key West. !.. read the article and noted the pic- East Coast Railway Company, Jose G. Piodela, assistant to cost $50.New I Mallory\ Lines is due to arrive __ THE ICE MANWho
This item reads as follows: "On' tures of Dr. and Mrs. Glass which i who was in !Miami\ for a short Judge Hugh Gunn who was in galvanized roof on the recently -:: tomorrow night from Galveston: '

exhibition at the Detloff DrugStore I I appeared in a Cleveland newspa- ,vacation returned yesterday. Tampa under treatment in the burned dwelling house on I, She will take on freight and proceed appears like clock-
is a collection of tropical per in connection with the latters'participation I I Centro Asturiano Hospital, returned Newton street. Owner, Aquilino : =
in the Key West to New York. I I = work every day of the year
fruits and vegetables from southern -j I P. J. Gafvin, special agent in, this week and has resumedhis Lopez; cost, $300. i =.
Flower Show held some weeks Freighter Alamo of the same with a load of pure health-
Florida sent to Bloomer by 1;I the customs service was an arrival duties. I Construct shed at 423 Front 8
Mrs. Detloff who is spending the I ago, and of which Dr. and Mrs. yesterday for a short visit 1I 1 street. Owner, S. Cabrera; cost, line, is due to arrive from New I I protection?

winter at Key West, Florida.I I Glass were among the sponsors.Dr. with the local customs unit. ] $100.New I York Sunday morning en route YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
is anxious !
There are various varieties of citrus Vogt particularly floors at corner Greene to Tampa and New Orleans- j i
fruit and other tropical vegetation -I to know if there are any varietiesof and Duval streets. Owner, Lowe. I i lIe never has to be defrosted. lie never thumpsor
much of it with enough of wild orchids to be obtained E. II Smith member of the i Estate cost $100. .;;1 The Steamship Ora Dell of the i I
crew of an oil tanker which' LAST I, ; whirrs. lIe always saves you dollars and cents.
intact I hereabouts and mentions that he Standard Fruit and Steamship
the foliage yet to give onea I Repairs to roof at Division and
sailed with Mr. Smith in the Marine I II
good idea of the appearance of has in his laboratory a large col- [ Thomas streets. Owner A. Ein-I I Company is due to arrive in ports
this vegetation when growing. This I lection of these and other tropical Hospital left yesterday for.I I horn; cost, $50. I I Saturday from Norfolk, Va., will CALL NO. 8
Tampa route to Orleans.
display must be seen to be appre plants. He will be delighted to receive en FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE General repairs to 919 White:[ take on fuel oil at the Porter

ciated." 1 a letter from any interested 'I CONDUCTED TOMORROW I I street. Owner, Mrs.\ Maloney;I' Dock Company and sail for Fron-
Mrs. Detloff, while here is i! person in Key West sharing his Right Reverend John Durham t cost $150. tera, Mexico.\ FOR PURE ICE
eager to obtain as complete an as- hobby and welcomes correspondence Wing, who was in Key West to AFTERNOON General repairs at 1010 Divi- Steamer Y oro, of the same .
sortment of tropical seeds as possible on the subject. confirm a class at St. Paul's I I I sion street. Owner Martinez Estate -I line is due to, come in on the '!t- :. +
to take back to Wisconsin I The Tropical Flower Show of Episcopal Church, left yesterday I --- ; cost, '$90. I same day from New )'orkJj' S'.wj:

,with her on, hev ,return there, and Key West,was a success: not only afternoon. for..:Jacksonville... I Jose Abreu 75 years old died I I 'General repairs at 1215 Divisionstreet will take oil and sail for' Fron-i i > ICEMade '

will welcome any aid that can be i locally and I throughout the state, -- Il last night 7:45 o'clock in the residence Owner Charles S. Ma- ; tera. ..../ REFRIGERAT.O.KSf
gin her in this direction by'any but was also .far-reaching, in its Mrs\ Sidney Matthews left yesterday loney; cost $75. I ,'. I '
interested persons. Mrs.\ Detloff is I interest value as witnessed by Dr.!I afternoon for Miami I 613 Whitehead street. The Repairs to roof at 529 United Listen Wait Say LittleThat's '.

i@lstiest'}: attthe,Arcfie Thompson : ;i.iquify! mJ..: U*{ft hfJ.1 I r where she t was called because of funeral will be held tomorrow aft street. Owner, A. Aguero; cost , ._ ]j ., . of All Meta1..Equlpp., :WI.1't!
apartmentat; Crinnell! and Eaton : pearinfJi thei'Wt"ffl f yOij, paper.'' the illness of her mother. ernoon 5 o'clock from the resi- $100. i Plan Adopted ) : :(1 :. .,), .'-'" : ; bl.4

etreets. * V> I :Many other Inquiries'.have also I dence.It i iI General repairs at 704 Caroline By G. 0. P. Leaders WATER COOLERSThey're :
Another person is also much interested -1 been received from various parts I Mr. and !Mrs.\ William R. Porter was intended to have the fun- I. street. Owner. Mrs. Lulu Scheurer; i I
in local vegetation. Dr.! of the country concerning the I Ii t Mrs. Porter's sister Mrs. cost $100.PLANE.
: eral this afternoon but advices (Continued From Page One) i
George F. Glass, of Cleveland i plants seeds fruits and vegetables William Webster and her grandson I all.I' Economical! 100 Per Cent
t turned out to be liberal after
were received by the family t atone
Ohio, who, with Mrs.\ Glass, i U a on display at the show. I George left over the high- !
son, Gerald of New York, left BRINGS I The dissenters are convinced Refrigeration Satisfaction
this for Miami
-- way that that the is
city last night and will arrive administration turning)
where Mrs. Webster and George tomorrow. further and further to the r! ht.1' Priced
will entrain for the home in Bir-i 13 PASSENGERSPassengers at
I Much Interest Displayed mingham.Mrs. Lopez Funeral Home will be in taking greater pains every day toi i
charge of arrangements.The I' placate business and keep undisturbed -
Tennis Games At Casa Marina deceased is survived by his many of the old relationships -' $30 and $35EASY

--- Euric Sterling and son widow Mrs.\ Eloisa Garcia Abreu; arriving by plane which the brain-trusters

The tennis at Mary Lou Ilitt and Richard Cross left yesterday afternoon to spenda two daughters, Dolores and Ze- from Miami\ this morning were: want to destroy. j
games yesterday
.I' while with relatives in Miami. laida; three sons, Jose Jr., Ger-I Albert Johnson, Constantine Johnson Of course right wingers:: refuseto : TERMS 0 DAYS' FREE TRIAL
Casa Marina, the winning contestants won their sets, scoring 6-2 6-3. I
I ald and Abelardo; and one grand- Louis Grant. Jay Robinson, agree that any such thing is
the semi-finals of which will and participatein finals the i I, Today singles will be played E. C. May\ advance man of the child. I Laura Robinson, Bradford Tall- happening. Cut whether they : ...............sThompson's

latter part of the week were fast j i both men and women, and taking Krause Carnival Company who I man, Ruth Tallman Sidney Tall- have real ground for it or not. :
excellent games, witnessed by a{ part in the games will be was here for several days in the Two natives of Holland recently" man. E. C. Peters. Mrs. E. C. Pe the young professors and lawyers:
large assemblage of fans. 1 j Key West socialites, members of interests of the enterprise and i I completed a bicycle tour of terse Alventon Peters and F. G. who wrote mich of last session's Ice Company Inc.

In yesterday's doubles, Miss;; the winter colony and hotel made arrangements with Chief France, carrying clothing and Bosworth. I, legislation, and now find them-j I ,
Emily Cross and Ignacio Car- guests. Harry Baker, of the fire department -I' camping equipment in a roomy Reservations have been made ( selves on the legislative sidelines:!, i!
for the opening left trailer pulled behind one of the I for 15 to make the return 1 about the most unhappy
yes- passengers are group
Semi-finals will take place on J Ji .
bonell defeated Mrs. 11. P. Con- I .. .,.. ... ,=. ,
nable and L. B. Burdick with Saturday afternoon of this week, terday for Miami.\ cycles. I trip to Miami this afternoon. i Washington.. I - - -

and final games will be played on ... .._ .
scores of 6.4. G-2. -- -0 -- --- -- -
Mrs. Robert T. Menner and Sunday afternoon at the regular -10. _.--..-..-......- --
Edward Johnson, playing against tennis tea at Casa Marina. The ,.. -
Mrs. Daniel Bacon and Peter games have excited much interest
Schutt. were victorious with a I locally and it is expected that
score of 6-1, G-3. 8-6. Sunday's finals will be attendedby .remember how I brought you twqmucnui '
. .
Mrs. S. S. Darfee and L. B.I a very large number of spec-

Burdick, in a match against Miss tators.

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Harris- School--- P.-T. A. Holds I s

I Session 9t I m :-0
Interesting r"

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At the regular meeting of the| elected secretary; Mrs. Helena {

Harris School Parent-Teacher Association '! Adams re-elected treasurer; Miss o

held yesterday plans Leota Grillion historian.
were perfected to send a delegateto y
Election of officers was followed -
a convention to be held in Miami \ -
April 28 which will last five by a violin solo by Miss Norma
Yates with piano accompaniment am

days.Officers for the ensuing year, by Miss Alce Curry.
were elected as follows: Mrs | Roll call showed Miss\ Elizab(>lbAl.hinson
James Singleton, re-elected president winner of banner for
; Mrs.\ Maude\ Roberts: vice i upstairs rooms and Miss Charlotte
president; !Mrs.\ Rebah Sawyer re-1 Haskins downstairs.

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I give you the mildest, best-tasting ,.. ,
Wheel Club Plan All State' Association 'i\\ I.! '

Gating For Friday Members, Entertained 1\. smoke because I am made of center , i \, )i I II

',Members of the Coral' Wheel (Continued 'from Page One) ', I leaves on y. The top leaves are unripe l ;1 ., :" !
S. J. Rosenbaura James Timoney I
Club of, Key Wcs t have planned and daughter, Mr.\ and Mrs. A. D.I' bitter, biting. The bottom leaves are 4 l i:;..:. j

another of those delightful out-: Ponchim, Mrs. B. H. ,Swales, :Mrs, j
harsh. The leaves 4W' J
'ings and rides around the boule-: Franiis Medbury\ Mr. and :Mrs.C. coarse, sandy, center '

vard for Friday night. 1 N. Findley. are the choice leases They are mildest, y :'I U
The organization is to meet 81 I Mrs. N. J. Little, Mrs. Fannie : .

o'clock at the home of Mrs. Harry:( Reilley, George C. Sturtevant mellowest, yet richest in fine tobacco ,' J
A :MTs.' Mary
Harry Sturtevant
Prindle, 523 Caroline street. ,
After partaking of refreshments'the Ergler Mrs. Louisa Langer, Mrs.\ flavor. And I offer you the fragrant, :' ; : s'' J
riders will leave for their out-' C. H. Kinefer, Jr., !Mrs\ Grace ,

ing. I i Carman Mrs. William Norroe expensive center leaves exclusively. I / 'i i
I Mrs.!\ Ella Noggle Mrs\ Emma ,

School Unit To i 1 Wilson.Pardee M. F. McN'ulty, S. Percy do not irritate your throat. That's why / 4 ,.Y Y ;x I j

Hold Meeting !! Mrs S. Kaplan Mrs.\ B. Mos-\ I dare to say, "I'm your best friend." / . II
t I kovitz, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wy- s. : f

A meeting of the Room Rep-': gant, Mrs. A. Smide Mrs. B. i t :',. SI
resentatives of the Key West! Schulberger, Mrs. E. A. Whalen _
Junior-Senior High School will beheld I Miss D. Whalen L. W. Dance W. !' -' : t
: ;
tomorrow afternoon 3 o'clock I lf. Taggart, Miss Ruth de Ryce.
.. :
Miss Bessie Boyd Mrs. J. T. } x : r!fF
at the home of Mrs. Guilreymo _ .
Russell on White street. Webb. Mrs. W. A. Larkins, Jr..1MJS. 11

i J. K. Egbert and Mrs. :Mar-I ., '. '. .I'I'o

Judging Of Yards garet Pendil. i A, ,

Contest Tomorrow NEW ARRIVAL ATHARDIN'S. ( \ '1: ) ; :, ) ', R ,I
: ;
The judging of yards contest i I t- : ____ ;
which was to have been held in I ,!
connection with the flower show! ) t
of some weeks ago, will take Mr. and Mrs H. G. Hardin. of "
place tomorrow. i j Homestead, announce the birth of
The three judges, Mrs.\ Horace a fine boy in a local hospital
Tuttle, Mrs. David Rice and Con-: early on the morning of March
sul General Carlton B. Hurst :will 11. The youngster weighed seven I
view the yards and make their!i pounds and both he and his!
decisions after which the win-: mother are doing nicely. I .. LUCKIES USE ONLY IfR LEAVES . CENTER LEAVES GIVE YOU THE MILDEST SMOKE
ners of the awards will be an-' Mrs. Hardin was before marriage -
nounced in these columns.It II Miss Ruth Pintado daughter -
had formerly been decided of Dr. Nilo C. Pintado. She
to postpone this judging until I came to Key West about two
next year, but after a discussionby I weeks ago with Mr. Hardin. He Jt 4

members of the Key West I''will remain until next Sunday:! J bwddttt"s.i1.l..w.IteUcc*__. : _:_ r
Garden Club it was elected that I when he will return to Home-J

the judging be done immediately.1 stead. I _ . _ ...,>:' .-. -' .! .- ;\;

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