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 19, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Associated Press Day Wire tJtT1v Key West, Florida, has the

Service. : VtZt (Citijen I most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the cp c! country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West ; range of only' 14* Fahrenheit

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Bryan's Namesake ,Aims High; EXCHANGE OF .FIREMEN I SHAREI I LADIES' NIGHT "Supreme Court Decision Does Not Stop


Heads ;;Crime \Quiz' In Capital!. NOWJMTTED WILL RECEIVE ABOUT SCHEDULED-TO TAKE PLACE!I Opponents Of :New Deals .Gold : Policy



Of West Virginia Determined ARETAKFSNAT FOR NEW ISSUE OF TREAS. I II KEY WEST ATOP l Of Government In Early
As their share of the receipts of Thursday evening at the Casa1

To Make Name URY BONDS Marina West Rotarians 1 I Maturity Of Liberty
PIRATES COVE the Krause Carnival, which operated -I Key willj OF LIGHTHOUSE
celebrate: annual "Ladies ; I II
For Himself in Key West last week, the I and preparations are Night'1 INCLUDES LEADING Bonds Discussed
Holders! of Fourth Liberty I !
Key West Volunteer Fire Department ward to make this one of out- FROM MIAMI TO t
MRS. IRVING WRIGHT OFj Loan bonds are being given the i MR. AND MRS. HERBERT LANG
standing events of the season. I KEY WEST
received $1,172.10. BYRON PRICE
B7 FISHING CAMP RELATES opportunity to exchange them for There have been large numberof EXCEEDINGLY ENJOY STAYIN .
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(fly AiMwIaled Prriu). I I I Chirr llnrrau. The A M WASHINGTON, March 19_ ACTIVITIES ON VISIT TO the new issue of treasury bonds, This was shown at the meetingof Rotarians from other cities visit i ISLAND CITY YESTERDAY 5" .: I'ress. 5VaskIsl..t
when (0,. A. .rla held last
the board
night Key West this )year local
Wnen 33-year-old Jennings Randolph THE CITIZEN YESTERDAY I i recently authorized. say j WASHINGTON, D.
the results of the carnival was 1 Rotes, and some may be in Key ,i iWet that the supreme court'sgold
of W;> t Virginia cam to : In a telegram to Win. R. Porter C. March 19. Waterway
I announced by Secretary John L.! Thursday. These will be expected I decision settled everythingin

( the Louse in the last congress to Mrs. Irving Wright, of Pirates I president of the First National Roberts.Of I to be at the Casa Marina "I think the view from the light.I projects in all favor of the administration ap.

represent the second district of I I Bank Henry Morgenthau,I : Thursday evening. I ;'
Cove Fishing! Camp ,said jester- the amount received .the I:house is one of the most beautifulI I:" .parts ofthe< United pear tooe( revising their opinion
his state he boastedoftwoAdisfc Jr.. secretary, of. the treasury at
'd d&ay that tarpon were being caught .volunteers are subjected to' pay 'have ever seen and fully repays /restates--were approved,: t I 1 :Tha..,.uit brought by Robert
tinctions 1 Washington,i ad vises that ,this: >ef. MRS FINDER
certain which, after these ., ihe house
in numbers.by1 ft5. at the camp expenses i I us,i for. making the" trip to Key t.yeterday\: First, that he was tamed for fer. for exchanging the ( Liberty are deduct,-;.willi allow payment rivers andharbors .
and somtiof them were larger I [1DIEOTTERDAY, : West from ,Massachusetts\ .1[L comoiimittee government to cal! its liberty
WiUtajn! Jenning Bryan, thereat Ioan.Bonds,, for the' treasury .to: tack member of about $5.50:; ,

."Conunoaef/f. than.tisuaLi This-: was. told I The I,''bonds,' will.terminate on,Wednest .\itj was .said ,]by/, Chief Harry I Mrtl.. Herbert A. Lang,. who including.uonc bond ahead ftmaturity and -
.1 i'' .1 mfronv Miami .to\t.Key.
I I with her husband, was: in Key* obligations,
And second, that he had completed Citizen while !Irs. Wright was ..a day,..March: 27. FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE -' -West.
West yesterday for a brief visit:r has been causing lawyer come

a course in public speak visitor at the office. il Bonds those eligible of the Fourth for exchangeare Liberty'ANNOUNCE DEATHOF CONDUCTED TOMOR. ,' was the speaker and said they had 1! For the Miami-Key thought,

jag to equip himself better for his Mrs. F. II. Hamilton of Jacksonville ROW AFTERNOON ; enjoyed a most entertaining and I West project it providedthe
; issue terminating in the numbers I Mr. Taft may not win, but he
and C. W. Mitchell of MRS. C. BROWN I educational visit. I
duties as a member of congress.The 'li .
[ 6 and 7. sum of 130000. has put his finger on a declaration -
Boston, have both recently made I j She was particularly interested
youthful and handsome I Mr. Porter is asked to use his r I of the highest court which is
fine catches. Three fine tarponwere I f Mr.-. Sarah E. I'inder died; yes- in the aviary at the home of W.
West Virginian, like many, other efforts to bring the proposed exchange not likely to be forgotten by
taken by them and on Sun i FORMER KEY WESTER DIES I ilciday afternoon i:55: :; o'clock a: W. Demeritt, superintendent of MANY APPLY FORENLISTMENTS
first-termers, went comparatively ; offer to the attention of i those who oppose the administra
the homo, 715 Fleming street. lighthouses and thrilled with
day there brought in a boat | was
unnoticed during his first session. j the holders on these bonds in this AT HOME IN MANDA. tion's gold policy. It is the
load of reef fish. I Funeral services will be held the climb to the balcony of the IN
He returned to the present session The prize tarpon so far this city and to let everyone possible RIN, FLA. I 1:20 o'clock tomorrow afternooni lighthouse on the grounds. i court's plain statement that the

however, reelected by a 15- season was taken by Mrs. C. W. )know of the offer. government has no constitutionalright
i i from th:! Lopez! Funeral Home "The birds-eye view of the city CIVIUANCORPS:
000 majority, determined to make Strong. of Cleveland, 0., and the There are many holders of I to repudiate a promise to pay
I jc'iapol to the! First Methodist on one side and the sea on the
a name for himself. most extraordinary catch was these bonds of small denominations -j Mrs. Emil Holm of Key West, in gold.
!Uhurrh. Rev.: George E.; Summers other with its emerald ,
nude by Mrs. Strong. lhU received telegram blending of
lie aimed high at the start, the telegram shows who morning a Out of this part of the decision
This: is their fifth season at the :announcing the death at Mandarin .,, will officiate. End sapphire is one of the moot. NEARLY TWO SCORE OF BOYS' arise the prolonged ccnferencesof
striking; out for a berth on the I camp and while successful hereto- are probably! unaware of the advantages Fla., of her sister Mrs.\ Chai'ca' i Members of':; Temple of fa'jcinating fights imaginable," II, government attorneys, the demand .

ways and means committee. He foie, their luck has been greater of the exchange into the 1 Brown. { Golden Eagle; I Minoca Council Airs. Lang told! The Citizen.Mr. J MAKE APPLICATION fOR :!: in eomc.jrrftarters.'for new:

failed to obtain an assignment on I, this pea!on. After a battle of more new issue.CHAIN. !; Mr?. Brown will be rememberedby ( Pocahontas, Patriotic Daughters Lang U train despatcher i SERVICE IN CONS 7 ,,:-3-&lation, Xijljpfe| 'Prehension:

this powerful house group and than one hour, Mrs. Strong caughta a host of friends and acquaintances of America and Tiger Tail Tribe for the Boston and Maine, R. R., . I Ii I(on the partMLpouije'that at some
silver king measuring 78 inches, STORES as Miss\ Fannie Johnson, for 10!' I. O. R. M., will attend and at Greenfield, Mass., and he snd TION UNIT I time the nWepudiation ruling!
remained the only member of the : i \
and weighing 120 pounds.But merly of thi city. I pallbearers will bo rejected from Mrs. Lang are on their annual vaation may arise tfj? >plague! or wreck
West Virginia delegation without the freak catch was made. She i is survived by her husband, the last named orgsnization. They were both so pleaded -- monetary p1.ta..1 !

major committee membership.Becam by Mr. Strong when he caught a .MADE SUBJECTOF 1 jsix children and one grandrhiKL I I j Mrs. Pindcr. is survived by her with! the many interesting and ; Neatly two score ooys.81lxipus .-. J.t.JV Il fie1\' e;.i-=.' S .
... *.C1iai.Jaw.stigtor.-.. honeCixh' in.. swimming: pool tit I in Mandarin;* 'one istt'r;"*Mt1'.+1qsbn4 Charies IX Pindar; two .novel views. 'they hope tq return ;d : tral I Issue here BtiU in di'lp!' te.-
Young Mr. Randolph was not'' the camp. The fish had entered MUCH TALKTARGET I Holm( and three brothers, James t Slaughters, Mrs. Carl Rom and ext reason.NAVAL; t I I help their families through; en- A War Debt Idea

tube- dismayed, however. lIe 1 the pool through an opening in I of Miami, Wilbur and Raymond Mrs. Made\ Brye: ; two brothers Ilistment in the Civilian Conserva- More be heard within the
: the ru'ted wire netting pro'.c-ct- {Johnson, of Key West. I George; and Willie Johnron.: : may
popped up shortly thereafter witha I ling! the intake pipe. _ STATION |I I tion Corps Lave applied: in' Key next few months about the warI .
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resolution calling lor an exhaustive -',' While in bathing Mr. Strong! OF LEGISLATORS I I debts. The Roosevelt adutin strn.I

investigation of crime,saw the fish. recognized it IH one t| SHORTOFWATER Wet.for. enlistment in the fix-I. tion is: studying quietly what, I if

conditions in the national capital.. of the fish told of by Cbs lea I WHO SEEK ADVANCEMENTOF TODAY'S WEATHER 1 month:; enrollment which starts in anything, can be done.

ILls membership oa the house district ..:1 Francis Coe in a Jtory captioiied INDEPENDENT MERCHANTS -it A plan advanced by a group of
committee paved the way for I "AI Bonefish" in the Saturday J April. "> t Chicago attorneys is attractingsome
such a move. "t Evening Post. I IN STATE SUPPLY BEING PUMPED FROM, attention in Washington. It

The inquiry was voted and Mr. Strong secured his light Temperature I ('nt'e moderate winds mostly CISTERN AT FEDERAL j Applications for enlistment will proposes that the combined total

Randolph moved into action. He. tackle. went to the pool. Mr. I Highe: t .... .. .... ................. ....81 I cat and outcast. \ % i be received by the social service Of the debts be scaled down from

was made chairman and, as: such,' Ronefi'h striu-k. and after a sharp i (Florida News Service) {. Lowest .... ... . ...... .. . 71 BUILDING iJ i ii department of District Nine Florida about 110,500,000,000 to about

viitually bossed the whole show., struggle: was lifted out and proved I TALLAHASSEE, March 19.-j Mean .. .. ....: .:... : ::. :. .:.:.76NormsI 1 o\ .....( ,I ,, J,. Emergency Relief Administra.' $3,600,000.000. and that paymentbe
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From the very beginning his committee : to he a fine specimen. Schemes that have been simmering - 1 Mean ... 73 '", I lion, until Friday, March 22, Nina made over a 12-year period at
moved onto the front'. I>. W. Boyd of the Caa Mer'na Rainfall ] \. O: :11 -.' i Shortage of water for FKRA: Johnson of the the rate of something less than
l1 Ryder director social
pages of the five newspapers in 1 office staff has succeeded George on legislative fire for somCj t I i iVterday's PrecipiUtion T. Ins.Kornul i headquarters and residences in $300,000,000 a year.

Washington to stay there. Randolph Krom as manager at Pirates Cove time to hinder operation of chain Precipitation .... .05 Ins.) J.:0 !; t the naval station is being: remedied crrvice department tid thismorning t To enable Europe; to save the
and his colleagues were remainder of the wan, from the citternsi to make a beginning
:! for the i rairra 21-htmr itrrlud |today by a supply money necessary
fairly deluged with. _publicity.In i . 'which will run through; the month stores are rapidly advancing to a!|! u:11rr'r: :: ck Ibis. wiornlnK. \f\i'\\; \.diJi,- 'I !i the federal building. ( iVe are anxiou: to have at least a five-year holiday on

one sense the Randolph committee of April. boil-calling for outright aboli-'i i Tomorrow's Almanac I 1)' I I 1'ostmaUer Sam harris raid 50 eligible! boys go from Key West armaments is proposed. It it
dealing with a purely, ...... .... !i fiat there this would further
was I l Sun rie3 .... G:31 a. m.' i/ | are two 80.000 gallon to Miami forthe physical exam argued mean
local problem, but anything concerning tion in one inlt.nce-a the ,, Sun sets ........ .... ........ G:38 p. m.j ... \: ) r,' i cisterns filled! to capacity: at the compensation for the United
conditions in the national -: CITIZENSOPPOSE 1935 session of the legislature Moon rises .............. 7:14 p. m. .,: Mostly Cloudy :I federal bui'ding and one of f>0.-j. ination which is made before' thed'.ttl States, too, because what *,re now

capital is news for the rests : I Moon I \ rets .. ............ .. G:20: a. m.j '| 000 gallon capacity. .,ronUinln;"I =1 a y.Yllv'/rAa H 1or the spend on armaments could go in.
of the country. Such was true ml i SPRAYING TREES Approaches. " '"I,". j I I|,io. ,t.,' Tomorrow's Tide i I l :flridlfo.JJy,dudy tonilht' about. 30.000 gallons of water> ''I r't fJ:' savings,, ', '
I. I'' nd Wednesday '> 'l 11 'vaV-dccledd To""allow\ Several others- besides the 38
this instance. t particularly those 'I possibly HghIfit ; ( : th stores
I Cham,1: : ;i ii M- A.M. P.M.\ |
Then, too, there are !i'altere.l! ,.-_ I "" in extreme north |H>rti .....
I 'J:4l 10:33 (
High" \
around Washington 'huitdreds! ofl| ' i operating solely within tHe tle, waimer in extreme north. one of.t. the 80000 CTJIon tank's appiicauon for :. r ,n"the Mhqlhadnnach. to do withjoying
,RESIDENTS Low :.(..::. ...:....'.. 3:37 ,4:00 .. ,
native West Virginians woikingj) TWO FLEMING ST.REET. ; -I have for'the j' . past several years: cast: portion. .1 Itflf pumping; oY :Valions'are be-! ca \ln/} / yt rflrF t-ijnjedr'.tfi\,.!tW., rpun/Jjvork\ for the KellogsJriand -
for the government in various!I I QUESTION RIGHT' I..r, I II t j Barometer at 8 a. m.,today: JackonviJ16 to Florida,'Straits: 5p.g;? carried on totiay.i' 'It ti"J I,cause of certain rulings in the CCC., ,: : anli'wartpact.MiKothing .

capacities. The activity of you* 1 :"'i, ,tI- i '. I been the target of 1 legislators who:I| .' ,'Se,,!level, 30.16. Gertl whd "Mostly cast "androuthccst --,--- ;-: ; 4"a ;i manurtlNfti1JWned's4l.I i } ,approaching accept

Mr. Randolph didn't 'go' unnotl td' OF PLANT' BOARD .1..111< seek advancement in tL .t&te I 1" ". ' ., and mostly overcast 3PFERNANDEZI: I Boys must he- between the ages I i once of this proposal is yet apparent -
by these people many of whom': t ,' 15\ .j.j .. 'rf 1 I Lowest Highest weather tonight: and; Wednesday. of 18 through 21 years for eligi ,I in Washington; but it will'

are absentee voters. j I independent merchants. This i SlutionLast Night Yesterday fast: Gulf: Moderate cast and bility it was added. No one who I I remain under study along; with

Mar Head For Senate |i!! Has a citizen of Key West the reached a point of taxing the:!; Abilene ............ 64 80 fouthca't winds becoming fresh DIES YESTERDAY has served in a previous' camp i.i. other suggestions.To .

Those familiar with West Virginia -'I I I Atlanta .?_........ 46 60 outherly over northwest portion eligible to enlist for the ensuing Follow C.. O. P. Plan?
legal right to refuse to allow representatives stores, on a graduated scale, in ; i iI I period. .
politics attach an even Boston .............. 30 42 Wednesday.: I i-I I I I I Looking to the 103C prraiden'tial .

deeper significance to Randolph' of the state plant I I 1931 and of curing constitutional I j Buffalo ............ 31 42 I FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE I campaign, some administration
WEATHER: CONDITIONS strntegiiits are taking encouragement
parade Political in the gossip West Virginia -j 1 board ID: come on his premises and!.' defects in the 1931 "aw in 1933. (I Charleston ....... 52 fit, | HELD HERE THISAFTERNOON THREE SENTENCEDIN 1,I : from what happened -

that has an Now, however, independent 1 Chicago ........._ 40 44 Pressure continues above normal in 1021.
has it Randolph his trees? '
eye to running for a seat in the spray merchants are reported here to J Denver .............. 34 64 this: morning over the eastern ; LOCAL COURT They base their reasoning on a
This question was cnswerod fn be banding together with intjnt: i ralf of the country with the crest belief that next year will ire a
senate. lie personally will not Detroit ...._......... 32 40
discuss the question, but othersdo. police court yesterday afternoon either to pu h the scale of taxation -I of high pressure over New Englanj : I three-way contest, with Mr
Galveston ... ... 68
when Judge Allan B. Cleare, Jr.. so high that it will be pro-I i while the disturbance which. Pablo Fernandez, 65, died atthe' I Roosevelt and the republican
{ Havana ....._.'..... 68 OFFENDERS PLEADED GUILTY 4
The democratic senator. :Mat imnnspil___ ._ a__ _fine of $5. each on Mrs.; hibitive and financially impossible -, was over Saskatchewan yesterday residence, 1211 Duval street !j .nominee bidding for the right-
uno Huron ........... .... 28 60
Eliza McClintock and Paul Rob-i for chain stores to o'perate, morning moved eastward to the j yesterday afternoon 3:30 o'clock. AT SESSION HELD wing, and middle-ground support
thew M. Seely, corner up lor reelection Jacksonville ...... .58 68 I
northern Great LakeS Sault Ste. Funeral cervices will be held 5 left-winger.
West Virginia erts. who were arrested on a when they are owned within the against a third-party
next year. Kansas ..... 60
politicians say that he might charge of denying representativesof I state or to abolish them alto- KEY City 50 Marie, 29.78 inches with low pres- o'clock this afternoon at the I LAST WEEK In "'24 the repablicari''hominee,
WEST 81 '
Neely, but the plant board to spray the gether. 71 sure extending southwestward Pritchard Funeral Home by Cuban I |' Calvin' Coolidge: warf Opposed by
not be able to dislodge I'
Little Rock ...... 60
there's to trees on their premises. Much Discussion over New Mexico and Arizona. :, Lodge Number 15, Independent i {John W. Darts, dem&rat, and
concede nothing
they When the case waq decided Considerable discussion has Los Angeles ...... 48 60 There are evidences of the development Order Odd Fellows of which the:I At a receceed session:: keep him from trying.The | Louisville ........._ 54 56; \
against the defendants their attorney centered about the latter proposal i; of a disturbance in Kansas deceased was a member. He wasI : Court yesterday three offenders I 81ye;; T
state has set a precedentby Miami ......... ..... 80
sending to the sen T. S. Caro, filed notice that among attorneys who are mem-1 70 and. Oklahoma. I I also a member of the Cuban Club : who pleaded guilty at the session .{ The republicans stressed theIpcrs'bSHfjr
youngsters the !'Minneapolis ...... 32:: 48 the last 24 hours and be selected last week were arraigned for of electoral)
ate. Rush D. Holt was elected the matter will be appealed( to bers of the legislature. Some of During precipitation -j pallbearers will I an college
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New Orleans .._ 66 )
last NoVen he had' circuit court. them hold that abolition of the]I . very light in character,j I from these organizations. sentence. j deadlock throwing: 'the election
her before of George B. Graham. who residesat I I stores is unconstitutional. but! New York ......? :32: . occurred on the Carolina coast, in j Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Fred Spivey and John L-: into the house 'it'representatives,
reached constitutional
; the age Penracola ........ 68 '
the :McClintock home, told The: many express the opinion it is Tennessee Arkansas and the I Julia Fernandez; two daughters, Breeze charged with vagrancy,i and argued that in that event no
30 ant is time I
Until -
now marking his-,(!, Citizen this morning that approxi-! Pittsburgh ..... : 44 52 northern Lake region. Elsewhere I Mrs. Reynold Thrift and Mrs. Al-I were sentenced to serve 30 days I one could tell what might happen.Adopting .
June take
19 when he can 1 l imately 25 trees on the's \ -' not.Those who hold such action St. Louis ...___.._ 48 54 the weather was fair. bert Lopez; two sons, Pablo and I I in jail, C. A. Leg, assault and I /! "Coolidge; or Chaos"

seajt.Randolph at least wouldn't'r and adjacent premises had : constitutional declare that a recent Salt Lake City ? 34 46 1 Temperatures have risen 15 to Jose Fernandez and seven grand-I battery, was given a sentence of I las their slogan they urged all op-
hJve !I been absolutely destroyed by the' decision of the United I II San Francisco 44 20 degrees in the middle Mississippi children. 60 days in jaiLFryers t j posed to extreme radicalism tot
to worry about his age. \" !:Seattle ....._....._ 40 50 I forestall .
and thatit Ohio valleys and southern help deadlock by rotting
solution used as a spray States Supreme Court .on chain and a
defendants I I Tampa ..........._ 62 82 I Lake and greatlyin 4 1 for the right-wing candidate
was the intention of the store taxation a West Virginia:I region are now ;
BABY CHICKS ,Washington ._ :34 50 Truck Arrives 1% to 3/z Ib.
toCk damages from the ease Is applicable from excess of the seasonal in those Tonight having,; the best chance of elee-
lOc 3 for every I Williston ._.._ 28 34 Hens, 3>/ to 8 / Ibl.i .
or 25c state plant board for the losses.If I angle to the situation in Florida. regions and are also abnormally With large variety of FRESH :tion, Mr CoolIdge. ,For that rea.
White Leghorn Hens andRoosters the sentence of the lower The United States Supreme WEATHER FORECASTTill high in the Great Plains, from FRUITS and VEGETABLES i Il' Pallet FRESH, 2 /EGGS to 3 Iba.I ]I son or. some other... ,M easily got

court is sustained by the circuit Court held, in effect in a case North Dakota southward over I his majority.The .
Eggs for HatchingFulford's \court. said 'Mr. Graham, the caes brought by the Standard Oil Company ( 8 p. m., Wednesday) Texas. Lowe's' Cash Grocery Falford's ,..try.Farm I democrat mar try something -

] Poultry Farm m will be carried to the supreme that filling stations are Key West and Vicinity: Mostly S. )I. GOLDSMITH, 1117 Division St. Phone 675 j Pu... 880 Deliver like that in '36, if, as, and

Phone 880 Deliver I S court. (Continued on Page Four) cloudy tonight and Wednesday; Temporary in Charge. when the occasion arises.

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mrst Citt LOST NEWSA f .. ) B. L. Smith, former manager of., eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeej
bt i\.tp
KEY WEST IN the Aeromarine Airways, who has) Today History \
been heard in concert on several _
Published Dully Except Bandar By _. reader of newspapers, one of those DEN GOSSIP I occasions in Key West, is now en 1........................,
.. P.ARTMAN. PrcUBt. who think occasionally for themselves, by Broadway singing the leading role". At the creation of the world, 1690-First American Colonial 1'1
From Th Citizen Building PCTCR HINDE&SON Happenings Her Jn.* 10 Year, in "Tea With a.Prima Donna t God Congress-Massachusetts Issued
father ,
Cora r Or. m. and Ann Strata asked us a question the other .day. He 1 Ago Today As Taken From t according to advices received by I Gave, our us the red roses above call for English 'Colonies to'

had noticed how full the papers were of The Files Of The Citizen I friends in this city. As beautiful symbols! of love. and arrange for cooperation and
Only Dally Nnnpaper In K.y West end Monro FlowersA I 1 defence.1850One.

County. the Hauptmann trial a few weeks ago, almost I .1 Philadelphia .
Editorial Comment A
; : Not unlike the heart of maid in ,
The sheriff's force succeeded a I
ICntcred at Key West. Florida as second dais matter to the exclusion of everything else, DRIFT of tall plants in the court recently sentence cd ,
of the celebrated
love most
center of your garden serves to capturing D. Stewart the negro 1
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR and he wanted to know was the nor- divide your garden and can be I wanted in Key West in connectionwith two bo's"to daily [spanking for Is the red, bursting bud of a rosel;j murder trials of the last century .

Member *f Ike .A.-late. Press used as the background,for several the killing of another negro 47 days for robbing a hardware For just as her heart teats forth) -that of Prof. Webster for

;the Associated Press Is 'exclusively entitled to use mal "news" which would have been printed Petronia street. Stewart was s-tore. They stole $47. One spank its love, the murder of Dr. ParkmaD-
on 1 -
:.r republlcatton of all news d..patch.eretited _t. had there been Pine Key by Cleveland ing for each dollar. In the sunlight with the love the opened in Boston.
It or not otherwise credited In'this paper and al no trial. EACH YEAR there are a num- captured on
th. local news published L re.NATIONAI. '""' ber of new peonies offered but Dillon. When the negro was bud seemingly glows. I --
The importance of selection is now many of the old varieties have searched; there was nothing in the Th first block of bonds,totall 1898-Battleship Oregon start.

EDITORIAL never been surpassed. The single his ;ing $l.)OO. OO, of the recent issue Cal I II ed her historic around
I better understood by that man who shape of arms found on per I When on that mount railed on trip Cape'
varieties are attractively graceful i voted, will be dated June 1.1 '
JJ ron. vary, II Horn in anticipation of the war
CYLent.A..eA.9'.3 SCalCRit'ff0N realizes more keenly the truth that the favor and again.are Properly coming established back with I i and the county commissioners are: Christ shed his blood for his foes,1 with Spain.

$ RATS,.': news he reads has been selected for him they will keep blooming for All employes of the United I: hopeful that preliminary work,.I The drops fell and formed the,I _
.. ... in Key West of the engineers on ,the road to I I i
Joe Year 11. years. States ,pottoffice petals 1920-Cork's Lord Mayor hot,
Biz Months 1.0' by somebody else. Busy editors, trainedto e e increase I the mainland project will be com-
were recently granted an j Of a beautiful red rose. precipitating reign of terror in
Three Months -.-- J.iI OF ALL annual vines the morning 11'!pleted I by that date. Since therehas I 1 I a
:>ne Month ..8I'eekly know what the average public wants, glory is the most effective for of $300 per year. The employes I Ireland.
much given
.It been so publicity
speedily covering a trellis or were also given their Lack pay in So if when walk in -
ADVERTISING RATES eliminate much of the information that screen where quickness Is de connection with the new scale the project since the proposal was I I you your garden I 1923BJiu.t''Ps: Missis

Made known on application. sired. The Improved varietiesare dating from January 1 of this published, it is believed that the States.
SPECIAL HOTICB trails over the wires and through the mails unusually attractive and de- Among changes made at the: =sooner the contracts are given and''I You see the !sunlight from above sippi Valley

All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions otrrtpect. sirable. year. work started the greater will be Shining on a red rose! whisper
obituary notices. etc, ulll be charted for at presenting to their own subscribers that e e e Key West postoffice is that of I 1929-The late Rodman Wana.maker's .
tLe rate of :0 cents line. who has been the demand for land on the key:: softly
A FEW herbs are always a welcome Hollon Bervaldi estate appraised at nearly,
part which has shown to '
Notlrs for entertainments by chnrchts from white practice be desired and Key West. "How beautiful are the symbols
clerk in place
I revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. addition to any garden. male money order 57000000.
The Cltlien i Is an open forum and Invites discus- by them. Lavender is particularly desir of Miss Marie Louise Cappick. of lovt1'oday's-."
lion cf public Issues and subjects of local or general able. It should be dried slowlyto retired after 10 The friends of Miss\ Edna
eatt! but It will not publish anonymous communl- Nine people out of ten read all the Insure lasting fragrance. Most who has service.been Thompson many daughter of Mr. and I ........................ I CASA MARINAKey
herbs should be dried in bunches years
front filled with
page Hauptmann and Mrs. James E. Thompson of Key
heads down. HoroscopeS West's Hotel De Luxe
were satisfied ; only one out of ten won- . The engineering force of Mon- West will be interested to learnof t

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST dered where the other wouldhavebeennews BE SURE and have some blue in roe county has been increased by her recent marriage in Holly American Plan

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN your garden-not too much but the addition of Clifton Bailey a I wood, Fla., to W. J. Godwin, of is the keynote of i 200 Delightful Rooms, each
to them had blue to balance the color Bath
gone. Things had cer- enough with Private 1
of experience Kentucky. The wedding was .
scale and to add a cool touch civil engineer many years this day. Depending upon the
x .taijjly!! happened for the process of human during the hot Summer months. and is familiar with the solemnized at the home of the{hour of birth success! should lie i Evening Dinner __-_- 92.00

1. Water and Sewerage. I and natural' had t riof; f, like Joshua'sstood . . territory over which the road to 1 groom's brother in Miami. I J in the study of medicine or in Luncheon_'. r-' . 1M
A PAIR of shears is one of the the mainland will be constructed.The rerious literature. There are un- Afternoon Tea _... -.. .51
2. Bridget,tf coraplett/Boi' a m. rv jill| but as farjas Jhej mas-vpf most useful tools In your garden. matter of choosing an assit-I Miss Barbara Watkins and' usual powers of mind,:and.a desire or''a la Cart.
Use them day to remove
land. 1: i? j f# ', ] iders were concerned the main -'thing the faded blooms every. and dead foli ant engineer on the wo\'k' was,j Charles White will be married tonight -1 to dig deep-Into',the:heart' of rahn-Shaded Sandy Beach with

3. Free PorK;: 1' '. J J t4 hit, had occyrre'd{ \ !! was the highly] publicized "age. CSC brought before the board of Baileywas county -;::1 at the First Methodist things with an understanding c" of Casino
commissioners and Mr. church. the Jaws of analysis. ': Masseur in.Attendance
triaijut-Flemiflston, NevJerAey.vM; *
4. Hotels ZINNIAS make a beautiful flowering unanimously given thei iatp- Tf ', -
PETER 5CHUTT.Notice 'Mr.t .
aijdj\Apartments. ,
Hl, :'.1 i The pul{ >lic 'would-do well t;"rea'Hze hedge along the edge of pointment. II of taxes Subscribe to The Citizen. t -'
5. Bathing Pavilion. your walks and in addition their Payment city on prop-
that it determines what news theirJ'ournalists profuse blossoms provide amplecut ortv which has been delinQuent for

6. Airports-Land and Sea. feature and give space. The news flowers.for e the. house.. Margarita Sylva wife of Major!many-years- -continues to 'be made I --- -- oJ:

7. Consolidation of County and City daily. Indications are that by the '
papers always want circulation to sell advertising POPPIES as cut flowers shouldbe
LEGALS time the tax looks close! on May I
Governments. cut when they are in the bud
the backbone of their businesses, almost ready to open. Dip the 1 collections for the fiscal year I.

consequently the reading matter in the ends of the stems in boiling \OTICK OP Mivrr.irs UI.I'! will be the largest in the history! I
water soon after cutting. This I of the for similar period. to U. S. Bondholders
paper is aimed at pleasing their subscribers keeps the milky juices of the XOTIOR IS! IIEHEUfJVI': .-: thntun..r city any .
and l.v virtu" of and pursuant I
TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN and causing other people to want plants from closing its pores so to that certain I BENJAMIN LOPEZ t'j,
that water cannot be taken up. and entered on the 23rd day <>fFebruary.
that paper. If the mass of news doesn't . e A, P. 1'35ty the Ilonorulilf -! FUNERAL HOMEEitakIUaa I
Jefferson 11 Hrowne. Judge >f
WILL always seek the truth and print it suit you, it is because you have a taste SAVING SEED from your annual the Circuit! Court of the Twentieth 49 Year I The Secretary the Treasury advises that
flowers is seldom successful for
Circuit of Monroe County I
Judicial W.., Oldest
without fear and without favor; never be more refined, or worse than the average. the amateur gardener. Fertiliza- Florida, in Chancery, In that certain Key I the conversion privilege on called Liberty bonds
24-Ho! Aaab.laiic Service
tion by bees and many other cause therein pendinsr I wherein *
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; While no one paper may have deliberatelytested things'will affect them unless Ixnov Uu"nell Is the complainant. Licensed Embalmer will expire on March 27th.
K Staff and Mr* -
always fight for progress; never be the or- and ascertained what the public; you are expert. After all, the and Staff,John his wife, if married and 1 II I '& .. 138 Night! 0W I
Initial cost of your flower seedsis d.-vlll..II,
dead, their unknown h..lrll.
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, wants, the hundreds of papers in opera comparatively small. grantees or other claimants. and all

faction or class; always do its utmost for the tion and their success or failure reveals .-i4.rubti- -..In having the land or claiming hereinafter an de-Interest MUNSON ISLANDFISHING I 'If you are the owner of any Liberties we

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or the public taste to other editors seekingto ...&.................... lIe-rl"t'.I. Special are defendants Master the In undersigned Chancery -- Operated by R. M.CAMP Ellison : will be pleased to have you consult us.

injustice denounce vice and praise virtue satisfy. apl.ointed bv said decree, will
; ; Today'Anniversaries" Beat FUnon, Coast: .
offer for sale and sell at public out
commend good done by individual c'r: organ Much news is lost news-that is true. cry to the highest bidder. for cash Guides and Boats AvailableSea
.before the front door of the County
ization; tolerant of others' rights views and To the untrained illiterate man all is lost Court douse In Key West. Monroe Food-Fishing .

opinions; print only news that wip elevate save that which he hears by word or lip, ..............-..&...... County Cth dayof"Florida Slay A on, 1>.Monday 1113.... (sitme'being the Writ. for'Boating ReeerratioMPos-Bathing i I THE FIRST -N4T10NALp
a rule day of said Court
and not contaminate the reader; corn-' mostly local events and unimportant shatter 1748-Elias Hicks noted Quaker legal sales day) during the legal 'Office, Ramrod Key 1 )' .:
with preacher of Jericho, N. Y., who hours of sale, to-wit: Between 11 Accessible by Rail or Auto to OF KEY WEST
promise principle. principally. To the man who reads o'clock In the forenoon and 2 I
f travelled the country over, leaderof o'clock in the afternoon of said Ramrod Key
little or only one paper, much of the a separation movement bornin day, the following described property Camp Boats Meet Guests I Member of the Federal Reserve

"Auto world's happenings go by unnoticed and, New York. Died Feb. 27, 1830. to of satisfy the amounts said d..C'r..t'ty therein specified payment - Rates: $5.00 ,Per Day- I
Output American Plan
as far as they are concerned, he might as : 1
of Government
Consequently more girls walking back, we 1813-David HelnK part
Livingstone famed Ix.t 3. 5 and I 6 of SectionEighteen
well be blind. But, the man who tries to
assume. explorer-missionary of Africa, : US) Township Cl: -.
keep posted and informed must read regularly born Died May 1, 1873. l.mK South on of Plantation TtatiKe 3S Key F..allt.and and Is rlll..lllll.ll

not one but several papers, not one more. particularly described ................e..s.e...............r............................. '
1817-:Seth;; Green fish : iU-ing the S. Wly portion
Rabbit fur i is said to be known pioneer '
by but several magazines, not one but many of Lot 1 according to the I
culturist, born near Rochester, N. of the estate of J. U. Plnder. -
about 75 trade names, none of which is books. What's the use Ito live in a world Y. Died Aug. 20, 1888. map. deceased said map being
recorded in Plat Hook 1. :
"rabbit. and know nothing about it? Yet.rare many XI, Monroe County FloridaRecords. GRAND PAINT SALE I
content therewith.TO j 1 i 1828-John Jay Knox U. S. The portion of ground
herein conveyed commences ata
I Treasury financier and comptroller point where the Wly boundary
Being old-fashioned, we still feel thata of the currency, New York of said hot 1 intersects j

girl should not to a man exceptas OUR YOUNG PEOPLE City banker born in Oneida Co., with the Atlantic Ocean thence
along said boundary line in a
a last resort. N. Y. Died Feb. 9, 1892. N.the Wly right-of-way direction of 356 the feet F. IXC to S All This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts i

Every once in a while we try to address 1842-George Herbert Palmer, E'dlre..tion, Ry. Company along; thence the In a said N. .

one of our editorials to the young famed Harvard teacher of phil- rlKht-of-way 20O feet; thence at Regular Price Sale Price :
The pink slips force women to show right angles in a S. Ely direction '
osophy and man of letters, bornin Per Gal. Per Gal. :
who favor
people The Citizen with their 3i6 feet to the Atlantic
their figures to Uncle Sam. The old boy Boston. Died May 7, 1933. 4Vean; thence at right angles ':5
confidence This week would call thei along the shore line in
,we a S. :
should be more modest"Equipment .. Wlv direction 200 feet to thepoint 1 SHERWIN WILLIAMS METROPOLITAN :5
:t attention to the f&'ctt tl&t man is, in 1845-Moorfjeld Storey, Boston of beginning. The last' .

measure, only an fmlirjfal 1. hut that the difference lawyer champion of the negro, mentioned. boundary, being abeach S : FLAT WHITE, 15 $'1 75 $1 40 :

t S. Give anti-imperialist born in Boston. :meander.Also The S. Wly portion of Five Gallon Cans........................ '
to :
Necessary City between t t :
beings and th< '
pumaji Died) Oct 24, 1929 I.ot 14 according to said map
Milk"-Headline. ;. A water f' ..f J. If. Finder's estate, recorded "
; \ btturratiimals: is tjhM'pe'ople have a sensi in'Plat Book 1. page II., : 'SHERWIN WILLIAMS, ; : :

system would help.some a" ; of proportion >loUiiik i ,1800-William Jennings Bryan, Monroe! County Florida Itecords. FLAT WHITE 45 '
..... .\), ; -- ;, appreciating, three times Democratic nominee and beginning at the point : 19.n ;, .. n : 1.50- S4
: ;
.,..,-t 1 -. ,; . they are wi-sej, thrtrela'trvity of the pas foes,president editor and orator, of where Bald the Lx>t Western 14 intersects boundary with : One Gallon Cans ,, ..._._........._... . ....:. .> 1,." :

The phrase about "government of the the present aim the'futtire. ( Secretary of State under Wilson thence the K. alone K. C. Ry.said right-of-way boundary In; : SHERWIN WILLIAMS- MASTER ,., S' '4 :

people, by the people for the people," was The young man or woman in Key fundamentalist born at Salem, a N. Wly direction 1174 feet to i
III. Died at Dayton, Tenn., July the waters of the Bay thenceat : PAINTERS FLAT WHITE 96 :
probably only another of Lincoln's little West who plans to get ahead in life and right-angles along the 2 25 1.80
2G, 1925. waters of the Bay In a N. Ely : One Gallon 'Cans ........_..........-... .
jokes. to make somebody of himself or herself direction 200 feet thence in an , Easterly direction 1174 feet
should begin by realizing the immense more or less; to the F. E. C. : SHERWIN I WILLIAMS FAMILY :

A reader of The Citizen desires to value of present time. It is the only thing :Today's: : Birthdays: : 1 S It)'.Wly rlght-of-wa direction; along thence said In F.a OUTSIDE WHITE 80 One Gal 2.10 ;

know the identity of "Gravy", golf editorof that we have to utilize. The use thate ........ . the K. C point right-of-way of beginning.250 feet SaId to lon Caas ...............:.. ._ 2.65

make of our time, whether wise or foolish, John J. Raskoh of Centerville, lot of land being ab..utr.': ,% ;
this paper. Yes you guessed it. It's acres more or less. The,first
MJ., capitalist onetime chairman parcel! of land herein
Sam, alright. depends in good measure upon our absorption cf the Democratic National Committee -I I containing i\3 acres more, or
of the lessons that the past has less. Sherwin Williams tTone .
born at Lockport N. Y., :Also: On the Island knownas
furnished our race. Inasmuch as we have .r G years ago. Plantation Key and kn wn
The Citizen reads that one of the au- :1 on .:t'O. u Macdonald'a amended The Washable Flat Wall Finish
not lived through the past we must receive : plat: of jovernment Lots "3. Sand : :
thors of "What Price Glory" will becomea Dr. David Todd C of Section 18, Township ,
this information through books or fi3 South, Range 3S East.-- 1'- :S
Amherst College !astronomer'j : LIMITED QUANTITY OF THE FOLLOWING -
farmer. And find that the glory of farm orded in Plat Book 1. page-lei
through the wie teachings of those who itus. born at Lake Rid ., tluiiroe County Florida Public COLORS: :
ing also has its price. I I Re-ords, as follows: The East I : ,
have had experience in life. years ago.Florence erly half of Lot 3 having a .
frontage of '272 : Canary Yellow Olive Tan :
'I feet 6 Im-hea, : __
It behooves all thoughtful young people P. Kahn of San Fran along the F. E. C. Ry. right-of- r

The secret of speaking good Englishis therefore, to give some heed to what cisco, representing the 4th California I way more and or less& frontage, along the of :300 feet : .. Silver Gray Cream 'Gray II !II.' ..
to keep everlastingly at it, according toa older district in Congress bornat 1 Ocean. Containing 2% acres : Orchid Caen Stone -I' :
and The chances
people say do. arc Salt Lake City. 3G years ago i more or less.' The division of ,, ,0 .
teacher. Still Senator Glass criticizes
that the older people are right but not always said lot being: shown on said : GALLONS, Regular Price $2.80, 'sb: :
Huey Long's Rev. Charles E. Burton put.Also : '
grammar. fortunately. If young persons actedas of the General Council, secretary of as Plantation: On the Key Island and known known .. Sale PrIce .-...--...........-..--..----.---.....---- r .

old people and failed to take chancesfor Congregational and Christian on
Spring is not officially here until themselves the progress of the world churches. born in Iowa, CG years and plat C of of Government Section IS,Lots Township 3, 5 Quarts- Regular Price USc, 65'S :

!March\ 21, but the spring poets are at it al- ago. 63 South, Range 38 East re. Sale Price __._..____.___._____" .__.--._
would end. However, realizing? that the corded In Plat Book 1. page 101 -

ready. With the opening gun fired in The older people are apt to be right a young Dr. William M Wheeler of Monroe Records follows Florida: The Public...t. .. .

Citizen yesterday, we may now expect a man or woman better fitted to weigh Harvard zoologist, born in Milwaukee ily frontage half of of 250 Lot feet 12, having along the a .

plethora of that species' ebullitions. I 70 years ago. F. E. C Ry. right-of-way and a South Fbriity CMtractng & &S (d.
the chances of success when undertaking Bay frontage of Florida of 180 and feet along the I eerBg

: any new effort. Judge Evan A. Evans of Madison , 8% acres more or containing less. The S

A SO per cent business gain in 1D25 Then to all the young people in Key Wis., of the 7th U. S. Circuit I on division said plat.of said lot being shown : Phone 598 fiate aB3EK :Streets
Court born Green Wis. :
at Spring ,
over the corresponding period' the previous West ""we urge faith in their: own powers. 59 years ago. rights Togetherwith thereunto belonging all riparian or : "Yow frame is!! worthy of+ the besf "

year is pleasant news. But along Rely upon them, after taking full counselof in anywise appertaining.ViL IL UALONE.. .. :

comes the president and prices the that Never Mrs. Lowell F. Hobart of Ohio, Special Master In Chancery .e
says are wisdom is available. : former head of the D. A. R., born: RAYMOND R. LORD. '. ......................................................................
still too low, and that isn'tso pleasant. I falter, but press on, and succeed! there, C6 -';',( Solicitor for Complainant. .. /fill
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9 11r'f LARGER PLACE Mr. Gray says the new placeis

A RAPID-FIRE ROMANCE tiT IVAN EYANS rBTtOP813 COLUMN not only; admirably located be-

: TJU Montana Ktdfl ,repents.And It is she who keeps the ..... -...............CS ing near the water on Front street
and rtfcr PMCIM: aster tAl good horses and waits for us outside Due to cctitinued increases in but affords him extensive space "
tkt Dead to to rtcvJlatto
Talky of try
Bends coiuf__c4 to work the Talley." PERSONALS business Taxidermist Cecil Gray to handle! larger specimens which
"iII< to death 4. eta UteteHnff* has moved his Business from 801 could not be handled in the former
leaf. Montana *a. lutt bees ,nbnittrd STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS,
to a grve.o" tee by Jnaniiva. had been taken,blood- Fleming street to large and more location
.matter of tae valley, and ha* .MONTANA, naked straight to the INDIGESTION victims why
emerged victor. Pa ci al Aa been suffer! For quick relief -. -- -
get a
tint to wr* in the field; now k. :presence of terrible old Juan- llv&,1 -- -
4.M tae brutal treatment of thtyrtoontrt and the ancient man had sat and free sample of Udga a doctor's

.,."duratl at the labor.end of their day' looked at the Kid with his up eyes DOWNS DOINGS AROUND THE WLF LINKSBy prescription, at Gardner's! Phar- I
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which were too young, saying: "It macy.marl31819202526.27aprl23 j I
Chapter 40MATEO Is El Keed I And now it shows that I ; -, The Never-Tiring

it is better to try a thing three times 1 ATHLETICS IN 8-9x
so,as to make perfectly sure. III i GUARDIAN
"'VHE guard &ssoe4, the 'tint nan\ "And now it Is time' for us to I i DIAMOND BALL I Well folks it looks like we New York, and it was many 'years MISCELLANEOUS 4- ',.'

oj ,to bolt from line threw Dim flat 'treat.onr guest In. another manner. I :': have a poet in the golf business ago he first saw the light of day i -
Take him quickly,Emilio.'You know around this town. So SwinkyI ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIR.I
aniifs: face and.beat fete back raw i i I 1 and heard ,his first cow moo. This
where the rooms are where we give I, !I I I Swanky thinks he can write ED by authorized radiotrician.!
Jwtth their whip they ,honor to a guest Open the press to 'J 1 I VICTORIOUS IN FIRST GAMEOF j "poultry," does he? Just wait until was on 'his grandfather's farm; Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela :

'threw Mm Inside\ the threshold,since him and let him find his clothes. I.. i I II the tonsorial poet gets going some people call them chicken street. Phone 866-J. I your

IM was not able to walk and over Quickly! Quickly! So that he may SECOND HALF OF SE. and believe me, Berlin can spreadit ranches.. Well, John grew up feb23-lmox

'(h i'prone body the rest ot the con change his mind about us!" I R1ES AT BAYVIEW PARK on! We shall see what we shall (and don't we all?) and took him I clockwork
They took the Kid off in haste, see. . : READ the advertisements in The
demned tumbled. therefore, and the gray-beaded captain LAST EVENING i I off to fight in the war. (There was Citizen. You will find it a I -_ = every day of the year

Once Inside, each man made for a of the -guard said muttering: iI I no war, that's why he "jined" the profitable diversion. tf I -= with a load of pure health-

bunk. In a desperate scramble. "No man ever before ,was treated ': News has just been received of ) Finally Kirsch took
I II army. up protection?
These hunks rose in tiers of fire like this! Not even the taxcollectors : 1 the death of the mother of GeorgeDodge BICYCLES -
second half the diamond. blowing slip horn In parlor language
The of
Some is growing too old!" I I the which sad event Course
deep, with narrow aisles :between one pro YOUR ICE MAN, Of ,
them. The swiftest or the strongest There was everything that a man : ball league got under' way last.:I took :place in, the home at South a trombone and then they WE RENT by the Hour, Day or

took the lowest bunks, not because could wish it seemed to the Kid in I night, and Lopez defeated the new i! Hamilton, :Mas. A telegram of put him -in the band -shipped.him Week. Repair all makes and He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor

they were mmply easier to reach but the rooms to which he was taken. Athletics, but they had a hard \condolence from the club was sent, to Key West and here he is. ,Well, paint them-with Nu-EnameL We j i whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents.

because during the night the foul The ceilings were high. The air was i but the news of the demise of Mrs. finally his time expired so Kirschy carry a full supply of parts.]
t from start finish. The
stench of humanity kept rising In heavenly cool, forced by fans to ;" Dodge was received too late to by this time had a wife and babies Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles ,

the air. through constantly showering water, I i final score was 4 to 2. order a floral piece. However, all and he liked a uniform,'so, well, and sell them as low as $1.00 CALL NO. 8
But many who lagged too far be- the very sound of which ran like a : Lunn and Ward he became policeman with a
I I pitched good agree ,that the sentiment of the a per week. -J. L. Stowers Music:\
hind In the general rush got no place blessing through the mind of Mon : ball. The new club lost some very message did just as welL I understand -, badge and everyt.bin After a bit Company. marl8-lmo ,
whatever for the night.! And most,of I FOR PURE ICE
,.. the real war started and Kirsch
tana.When tfobd ', that Mr. Dodge does not expect'io ,
he had' flressed'himself hens ,
those who failed were the men.whl .
back this any-I joined the navy and when the FOR SALE
season I
been in the v.Uy JM Jong} ,tjiaj II IIhad cool to the. 't point\t! \) real eftntfbrl:1: In the secoml inning ,with' two' come the fathers '
frightful .If 1 C1"al'j, j 11un ,' how i', because bi$,time is about up I scrap was over city .
labor the the
food the had,worn climate them to a frail shelLThey :.j ingles in.(sujCce SK>,n, Rueda,jf hit; at. the,hotel and will be up with decided to build a golf course. TYPEWRITINU. PAPER 500 _

would dle' oon.J the :4Ua.OVflJ: second ...Sweetingbeautiful the FERA at,, the termination of Kirsch was employed' 'and vhen' ;all sheets. 75c. The Artman Press. I 'n REFRIGERATORS

i. 4radet ,iL catch and I this month (He is a grand guy was completedhe \\"as' made :&ug'l' I -
and I ie all hope he'will come back greenskeeper. He took.up the game ,
doubled Nodine off second. ,
J again* next .year. Too bad it isn't because he had played aenrirpro BLANK SALES BOOKS.: Now

In the fourth Ward singled' possible to keep him here all the .baseball and he knew, golf was a lOe ,each or 3 I for 25c at. The Mad| of ,All Metal-Equipped With 0;

ilaitinezalked and Gabriel l bunt) :I year round. push-over (he still thinks so only Artman Press, Phone 61, Citizen -.i

(ed safely) loading the bases. No-I I the game is still his master) andso Building. octlGi". WATER COOLERSThey're

dine hit one to Sawyer who threw Sunday morning a certain individual finally once he got pretty good I,
home and Ward was afe. Castel- \and was the runner-up in a tourna- PERSONAL GAUDS-100 printed 1..
I missed going in one trap
lano fouled out to catcher and) out of the whole 87 on the : ment and he has a trophy to proveit cards, 125. The Artman Economical! 100 Per Cent

r :Martinez was trapped between He laid the reason he did coure.1 But after many vicissitudesboy Press. ug7 Refrigeration Satisfaction

home and third.In in that one was because i ( that's a hard word to spell, ) MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500

the seventh Gabriel bunted I used up all his tees and would he developed a slice that looks sheets $1.25. The Artman Priced at

safely. Nodine hit to second, who i have had to lift out like W. W. W. like something. However, Johnny Press Citizen Building.

fumbled the ball. Gabriel stole or TuIL P. or maybe like L. H. P. says that is the way he plays it. It j\in27tf

third.; Ca?tellano hit to the pitcher these must be cause sometimes it works.
You get one guess apiece on I $30 and $35
Who says that a friar I Is here?" and Gabriel was caught between I initials.! Also one guess on who Well, Kirsch's most dependablegame SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50e.l
home and third. Ingraham then the "trap-expert" is."MudHorse" is his short approach The Artman Press. aug7
What the friar could see made threw to second and Nodine went His putting is above the average.. EASY TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIAL
him drop to his knees. r4k I \ And if he ever straightens out
home on the play.In Bob Stowers ,was MONROE THEATER t
lie was still praying when a the ninth Gonzalez singled out Sunday and batting them I those drives and iron shots he will ........*......
bull-toned voice bellowed throughthe beat Joe Lopez with one hand giving -. Barbara Stanwyck and Warren
to right. Ward flied out and Martinez around to a fair-you-welL Under
room: "Who says that a friar Is 11 strokes!!!
Joe six Williams in
singled to center after Gonzalez stand he shot a 50 and that is
here Who says that a big man a _
giant,a priest or a friar,is here withus had stole second. :McCarthy pretty near as good as he ever SECRET AlsoWHITE.BRIDE Thompson's Ice Company) Inc.
!" made a perfect peg to the plate made. Believe me. a long rest PALACERobert ,

The friar leaped from his prayerto and Gopher was out. never hurt anybody.And I LIE
his feet."Mateo The Lopez crew scored two in now another personal Armstrong in MfttlnMs Bak ar, 10; Orehe I

!" he cried. the second frame. Sterling sin glimpse. This time it will be Capt. Flirting With Danger tow, 15-XOc; "1a'1.t. 1S-25e

He heard a grunting answer, and gled to right. Kerr doubled to cen- I John Jehosophat Kirschenbaum! Comedy and Short Reel I -. ,-
then the thumbing! of, heavy foot ter. Sweeting flied out. Sterling the eighth wonder of the 'world-! -

falls.Towards that sound be hurried scored after the catch: Arias hit Johnny hails from up Syracuse;, Matiaeet I0-15c; Nifttt: IO.20e., t

in turn. And suddenly! the tremen- to the pitcher who fumbled the I t

dous grasp of 1Jat o Rubric was on 1 ball and Kerr scored. '

him. lie put his huge arms around In the third they scored one I . '

the bandit and crushed him with an more. Machin struck out. Baker I OVER-SEA HOTEL Pira tCS Ve 1S

embrace. It was like hugging a huge walked. McCarthy doubled to left.: I
rounded barrel."now 917 FLEMING STREET I Pirate Cove, Florida 'ihLd
Baker went to third. Ingraham
have brought here -RoomsWith West
they you flied out to center. Baker scored 20 Miles From Key on
The dog Estrada-was it he?Answerme Running Water $1.00 a the Overseas Highway C
after the catch.
brother-Mateo-my friend The Funeral Homers scored Person; With Bath $1.50 'I I SWIMMING POOL ,
"I came with El Keed. to find you a Person
Jlatco." their last run in the seventh. Kerr WEEKLY RATES FINE CUISINE

"To find-me? Here? You came i singled' to left. Sweeting struck I Newly Renovated 1 1, First Class Accommodation

willingly? Willingly do you say, I out. Gabriel overthrew to first and I New EquipmentNew i i Write or Telephone for
raccual?" Kerr ,went to third. Arias singledto Reservations FOR DEPENDABILITYYou
"...willingly.." and the pressure of hot blood was. center and Kerr scored. The ManagementNO :: 4

"And 13 geed-be is here! Whereis still gradually receding in his brat .. ] best hitters.of the game were Baker ,I CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE I I Rates: $5.00 to $7.00 Per 'Day' 4i i

I he)" ?" Juan-Silva sent for him. lIe went, and Gabriel with two singles in 11 I American Plan j

"In the bands of Juan-SIIvs" out. A Mexican woman brought three____ __ times at__ hat_A TntrflTiam... Kerr'. I
"San Juaa of Capistrano. forget them food. She looked like an ape,. Ward and Arias hit two in four : t
all my prayers; Remember only this with a flat face stuck out at the end tries.
rlllllllllllll'I"FOR ,
hands of El Keed of a forward-leaning neck. She hada -
one-let the
last that'indicated In the field. Baker for the Em- ................................................
close fin the windpipe of the devil. hump behind her shoulders '
balmers and Rueda and Castel-
Juau-Silva! strength rather than age, :
lano for the Athletics played aj .
llubflz began to beat his breast and her arms were prodigiously. 1
: great game. The new club pulled
with bin great handu. long. i

"What have 1 done that Cod Juan-Silva.t3ld bold ot her arm three double plays. SALE .
should ba *o good tq/ne?** he said. and stopded' r. ' .1 i Score byjtaings: R. M..J:,:I -

He recovered hl: vftop a little and Thfe-fe ClATta." said Juan-Silva LqpeJ .Ta021|| 000 ;,100' -4 &A/ 1
went on: "Bnt I told you-I have Athletics 000 100 100-2 K* aiam t. tl
"For ten years, now, she has been I t t
always told you. Pascual- that the serving me. And ydt'che' fa'not paid!('. 1.1.1.I\\hlres t \ : I pnnl lsnd lagza* ; :I,', .
juluts toad merged me :Out for a ; Ward ancl Ga cla. I r
with! mo y" (1 i i. :.n :I . .4' dl. 'a"t xYtr r Yf( ,
should I I SummerJtl'RrVors y1 .4"i alxar Nr fi t u '
rrcat: Thing( : Otherwise. why : swetltiJg i ;! ; i ir !
f AflervJtrds. while they were eating W w ; .;.... I II' ;
they bave given me two such friendas * W.ard. Gabriel, Martinez; two- !
tte Kid said: "Does she love
you and 1 El I Keed?"' ( hits: Kerr McCarthy sjolondiil i L.i
so much ; ii
you senQrj'I" .
Mateo cried out as though; In pain. Juan-Silva parts jiis lips from' his I,' $ Gabriel,' ,NodineC. .stl-l l I -
"X lano struck Lunn
; long teeth and laughed. ; out: by 4. byi i ?
"It would be better to pray, *
"Maria: came in the same way ten Ward 2; bases on balls; off Lunn
brother.! said the friar. "Pray for .1i
years ago. She had found out that 1. off Ward 3; double plays: i
Kl I Kcod: i
her two sons had been sent here Sweeting (unassisted! ), Ward to
"I 1 shall pray" said Matco !Rubriz.
not many months before. But one Rueda, Stanley to Garcia, Mar-,i
.\n-) yet I have a better hope than .
of them was already dead and the tinez: to Castellano; time oft
prayer. (For the three of us-what I
other she met crawling down the 1:15 I
fools! they were to let the three of road. The chains had been taken game Lopez: and Gonzalez.; umpires: Capote.] -can "be sure of success every time, with a good recipe AND
us come Into this one valley! We 1 '
from him. lie was free!" Juan-Silva, ;; a Modem ,Gas !Range. .
shall find things! to do. Do yon doubt I
interrupted himself to laugh again.
Subscribe to The Citizen.
that ".\nd so she is still here-and she For modern cooking-with-gas is absolutely dependable. There is
"1 know that the mind of El KeedIs
never quiet It stirs even at night. is only waiting." She is paid by ex' Ii no need for guesswork. The oven heat control tells you with scientific

I have heard li'-d' call out softly in pectatlon. Accuracy exactly how much heat you are using-you can DEPEND -
"Waiting for what? asked the, : 'i
his sleep. Sometimes -()f horses. I '
DOWNCOES I ; on perfect results.
sometimes} of guns or of gaming or: Kid."For i ,
my death! said Juan-SUva.,
tiie name of a gringo girl or Roslta!"! 4 Brothers) You have a right to the convenience and leisure hours that c6oking -' :!
"Ma/ (Copyright IJJJ. Harper ; I
!Rubriz. I
a cursebegan .
I this modern will bring * ,
IIPe ce, brother," commanded the THE PRICE OF : way you. ;
I Montana 'learns,tomorrow.Juastiiva'a -
friar, x lth a certain austerity, "Sho;. .aceat- SHAVING COMFORT The ranges offered in our spring sale are 193? models, with alllatest i=

.f - H improvements. Take advantage of the liberal'trade-in-allbw--" Y

FRUftSHIPMENT ':!large variety of both fruit and ante for your,old stove and let us change' it today for> a'''modern gas :.

.vegetables! is expected to arrive "
early in the en'ning.I t winge.
'I ,
AT unv\ 's STORE: ge i.
a .
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Regulajr weekly shipment of i t KEY WESTCOLONIAL head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof m .

fruits aijd vegetables will arrive 1t HOTEL
the sea and overlooking Coral Park .
tonight 1 lk- truck for Lowe's Cash ] .. --oswanseay..y".w
Grocery, 1117 Division street. j I In the Center of the Business c'/ For f price and terms apply to ......-r.-..ess..rss- .WI..y arar rr C. '-.... a a,,rauuas.......arrlrFloridaPubliclitities.Ceiipauy M..,... 'wMM=:--

The d&>ment which includes a I and Theater District srl It L. ARTMAN,

I. First Class-Fireproof- PRLBAK JUNIOR The Citizen Office

DON' fORGET TO SEE Sensible Rates '
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], COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN '(/, T M REG LLS PAT.OiF. Residence 1309 AVhlteWd Street

High School Auditorium Garage Elevator Probak Junior fits all
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.........................*.....................a ....................................... ).........1.1PER'SONAL OPERETTA HERE ROJAS RELEASED CHAIN STORES r ital assets of corporations doing

MENTION retail merchandise business

SOCIETY : ..................................AA.A_______ AA MADE SUBJECTOF Probability is that the prob-
x: : : -*- - - - - -- - - - ------- ---------- FRIDAYEVENING FROM LOCAL) JAILLET MUCH TALK able constitutionality of any such
Mrs. Clifford T." Meyer, who Misses Susan and Margaret measure would be carefully checked -
was before marriage Miss Marie Helton who before it introduced in the
were spending a ( From was
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress Continued Pg One)
Watrous, who is" the winter guestof while with their grandparents, SCHOOL ORCHESTRA WILL OUT UNDER BOND FIXED chain stores and that high rates legislature. It is reported here thatit
'PHONE 752-J her parents, Captain and Mrs Mr. and Mrs William Nelson at of would apply only to intrastate
..................... J. L. Watrous, left yesterday the residence on Pine street, left FURNISH MUSIC DUR. BY JUDGE OF CRIMINAL as applied to chain I II business and not to that of inter
............................ stores are not, as the oil
afternoon to spend a week in Miami yesterday for Miami accompaniedby I company state class.

Key West Society Thoroughly as guest of Dr. and Mrs.II their friend, Miss Susan Cal- ING OCCASIONKey COURT I contended, confiscatory. The high tl Several legislators are understood
Michael P. DeBoe. houn. I court held that the states have to be drawing bills to raise

Various EntertainmentsEven I l sovereign right of taxation and the rate of chain store taxation
Enjoys ilr. and M'rs. Herbert A. Lang,I Mr. and Mrs.\ Raleigh Albury West High School Orchestra -!!I i Billy Rojas: who was arrested 1 that "the ,)tq a'point where the operation of
I right to tax is the rigSt
Greenfield, Mass., left yesterday r and son, Woodrow Wilson Albury;1 augmented by a few members last week and placed in county to destroy." *** ,' J such chains 'would be financially
with'n t a very great be seen private groups entertain afternoon for Miami and from, who were spending the weekendin i of the local orchestra, under jail on a charge of breaking and I I K j impossible, ;
many eventsof, social importance ing visiting friends and relatives, I there will return to their home St. Augustine, returned I II I' Independent merchant of Tam..
the baton of Miss Edna Smith, entering with intent to commit a
going on last week, not includingthe and of course, the gay younger / day. yester-I pa are reported to be eponsorujJE
week-end, which was a gay and social set was well represented.On Mr. and Mrs. Alton Albertus: will furnish music for the high; felony, namely grand larceny, was a bill for introduction at the!Sm- NASAL CATARRH

very active one, local society hada Sunday there were the final and children, who were visitingfor S. M. Moore, of school Operetta to be presented in released :yesterday<< on bond of $250 ing legislature l<< which would, in
fairly busy week. tennis games, fast, exciting several days with relatives, med yesterday! for a visit with! the school auditorium on Friday,' fixed by Judge J. Vining Harris. I abolishing the chain stock system : .SOOTHING

There were, besides the tennis I matches, during which the skillful accompanied by Mrs. Ruby hopper his son Captain John I. Moore, U. March 22.Opening. The capias for the arrest of within the state, require*all persons 'COMFORTING '
tournaments at Casa Marina each playing was much enjoyed by :, left yesterday for the homein S. A. A. C., and Mrs. Moore, who I I I selling retail merchandise in RELIEF,. ._ '
I' with a musical number, Rjjas was issued in 1933 directlyout I 5.
afternoon, which games culminated the throng of spectators, and following Miami. :_ are visitors from Birmingham and the state to secure a state permit.
the of criminal court. Rojas disappeared ClEARS HEAD
in the brilliant finals on Sunday : which there was the party j are guests of Mr. Moore's son-in-''i; the orchestra will accompany The permits, it is understood QUICKLY
from the city, it is said,
numerous private luncheons, tendered by Mrs. S. S. Durfee, of] l\tajor\ William! V. Albury: law end daughter Mr.\ and Mrs.\ operetta in its entirity and render and was not seen by officers until would be issued to individuals or
teas, dinners cocktail parties and Providence. R. I., on the lawn surrounding Florida National Guard, in command -i, Victor Mof fat. between acts other musical nttmI his arrest. partners only if they were resi- w
cabana parties during the week, the Casa Marina courts. : of the troops at Matecumbe,I I 1 I bers. It will lend pleasing and inspiring .:i i This happened Saturday night. dents of Florida, and to corpora
during which society visited back The Cocktail Hour at Raul's I who was spending the week-em Harry Wellacott was an arrival i support to the principle;: Chief Deputy Clements Jaycockswas tions only if the stockholders were
and forth and enjoyed itself. later in the afternoon drew a I I with his family, left yesterday yesterday from Miami:\ for a short'i characters and choruses. at the carnival grounds. lie residents. I TYPEWRITINGPAPER

On Saturday night there was goodly number of smart society, as I I afternoon for Islamorada. ,, visit\ with relatives and friends. :I I i I espied! Rojas and began to quiz. Would Limit Number
Mrs. Malone's informal buffet well as members of the winter CARD OF THANKS
I :
I ,r I After a few questions the necessary The bill, according to information I
supper, with dancing afterward at residential colony and visitors to L. M. Gerstell who came in Mrs.\ Sallie Curry, who was: in'' I information was secured and 1 reaching here, would also limit
the popular Habana-Madrid Club I the city, and all in all, there were I Sunday for a short visit with ,Mr. Key West several weeks with relatives -I We wish to extend our heartfelt .I the prisoner was taken to the' to one the number of stores that I
until the very small hours. At theHabanaMadriJ no complaints that it had been a I and Mrs. Milton Curry left yesterday and friend, left yesterday I Ii I thanks to our many friends county jail. i I could be owned by: any individual, i i
Club were also to dull week.Miscellaneous afternoon for Miami. i i afternoon for the home in Jack for their kindness to us in the i partnership or corporation for
I I 1 sonville. 'I death of our loved daughter, 1 1I the transaction of specific class of 75c
:Mr. and Mrs.\ II. P. MUder' who Alice. We wish to especiallythank ) STR. ORISKANY I business and would further
Shower Given In I were visitors in Key West for a j Mrs. F. J. Perkall, sister: of William the Lopez Funeral Home,, the combination of the prohibit
L. Bates, daughter, Mrs,.I .cap- Package 500 Sheets
short time left after- also' the doners of the -
yesterday many 11ft Ittt
\i iii .
I COMES TO PORT 11..1 .I. ',
noon for St. Petersburg, route i Gtedys De Losicr and son, Larry I lovely floral offerings, and those:1 I
Honor Miss Nell Rose en
raigltl: ) to their home at Lockhaven,,,: who were guests of Mr.\ and Mrs.. who donated the use 'of their: \\' Iit,:(!{ ,pOpDt| UALITY BOND

;: Penn.. where Mr.\ Mader is: "' an Bates, left yesterday:! afternoon'i cars.. Their kindness will ever PAPER
A miscellaneous shower honoring
Miss Nell Rose Knight, whose the,consolation, ,prize_ being J ,awarded Railroad. 1 I[ Willard Russell U. S. immigra MR. A'ND MRS.1* ,J. RONALD, Standard Fruit and Steamship YaI i ,
marriage to Joseph Lopez will to !Mrs.\ Quentin Lopez I I tion unit in Key West left yesterday I BAKER t'* marlO-ltx. !). ,I company,,arrived in' port, X11:30 UiXiTHEARTMAN
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take place at 5:30 a.:hi. on Thursday Charles Curry left: I t| o'clock last night berthed fet the VACATIONTHIS
Among those.present were Miss\ I 'j{ for Miami to attend a ,: f il
at a high; nuptial mass at St. for Miami"where he : department of the FERA.. left i Porter Dock companY'II' pier, took I- PRESS
I meeting of the border patrol. t
Paul's Church here, was tendered Florence i .Sawyer, !Miss Rita will spend a week's vacation with I yesterday afternoon by plane for on supply of fuel oil and sai'ed'<< YEAR INIFLORIDAI
here yesterday afternoon.The I Pinder, Mrs. Fredk. Mathews, Mrs. relatives.Mr. : SisterLouis antI Mary Lumena Miami. 2:30 o'clock this morning for I
shower, given by Mrs. Jeff': Millard Johnson, Mrs. G. Perpall, !! of the Convent of Mary Immacu- I Frontera, Mexico. I Citizen Bldg.PHONE .

Knight, mother of the bridetobeand : Mrs. A. G. Lund, Mrs. J. Menen- and Mrs. William Weaver late, left yesterday afternoon fora Vernon Malone\ and son, who : Steamship Ceiba of the same k 51
Mrs.! F. L. Johnson of Fort :dez, Mrs. C. Bouhs, Mrs. E. Evans, who were in Miami for !'everaldays short visit in Miami\ were in Key West for a week-end 1 line, is due from New York Friday i .. 'gcurnnLTH!.
i Lauderdale, sister of Miss Nell I II Mrs. Bruce Dobyns, Mrs. Atwood with relatives and friends: I I stay with relatives, left yesterdayfor : will take on bunkers and I
Rose, was held at the former's Sands, Mrs Jose Pelaez, Mrs. E. returned yesterday. iI t DonalJ Williams, accounting Miami. i i proceed to Frontera. I /IJ/I"'II"\\\\

home, which had been especially I T. Mumford, Mrs. Melvin Russell: ._ ... ____ _._
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decorated for the occasion in the I Mrs.\ J. Irvin, Mrs. 0. S. Long Mrs.

St. Patrick's Day manner, with i Howard Wilson Mrs. G. Russell, .
..ygf0 r,7i,.:.A'"Y... MY.i.
green predominating in the color Mrs.Mrs.E.M.\ Pangle Adams, :Mrs., Mrs.George Bernard Lucas .}...irr...};;:i;:!:.:{:.:r.":.;'.:;::.r.r..Y.:t:::.w:4::..:::{.:.,y.,?'.%r.v::::::::.v..v r: v : .n.:.. !L 4.$r f!...' .::..:.:.:....:.%..1....:..{.:.....v...}!. ..,F... :...t- :xy .
scheme. r : Y ::- :; 4 f { :v:{
I :::: ::::{::yr : r a br.
....... . $
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Mrs. Leo Mrs.\ : .fi
Appetizing refreshments were: Boza Lopez (
served to the many guests attend i tin Lopez, Mrs. Mary Boza Quen.1\
ing and a host of charming, well- Edward Strunk Jr., Mrs. Joseph i
I I )
... .
Mrs. v ,. : t;:
toMbs I Cook Harvey O'Bryant. : >
chosen gift were presented : {;!
Knight. Bridge games were Mcrvin Rurscll. Mrs. Joseph Plus' "

in progress, and prizes<< were won I i sell. Mrs. Paul Mesa and Mrs. i

I by Mrs. E. T. Mumford and Mrs. 'Lovelic Ley. 'o? .'., ,:;:ja.yni:?{::Yy: (

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ParentTeacher .; %a { :cu.k'y f cG . .
Division Street 5:5"h': : fh/: fif

I yo Assn. Holds Interesting MeetingThe T.;A:! {l'.GY. ::: ::::',:.{ cilf Y- r wf :?f/rm"::Y, :, 'r oYr ,yC Se'

if ,
regular monthly business Senior High School P.T. A. Mrs

meeting of the Division Street C., W. Goethie was elected: in" her iAf;}: .:!ti :y'rYfy 1 j
School I'.-T. A. was held last:
stead as treasurer. :f:4n.: .;,.,
week. It was opened with the ; r .rY
The officers for the year 1935.
P.-T. A. song and followed by the
Lord's Prayer. I': 193G are as follows: Mrs. William

The minutes of the )previous, Daughtry, president; Mrs.
meeting were read and approved,j I Ley, vice-president; Mrs.\ Evelio /.rf '
after which the treasurer's report ; Cabot, secretary; Mrs. C. W.
was given and the committeefor I r Goethie treasurer; Mis. Emil
the month reported! the returns i: Sweeting, historian.
made on the penny sales. i j i A program committee consisting F ,
It was decided to have the Key of Mrs.' Laura Crusoe, Mrs. '
West Garden Club select the pret-!, Evelio: Cabot and M'.ss Florence
tiest school )plot. All the officers' Albury was selected to put on a ; You find me the welcome third. lam always
t I
of the previous year were reelected play this month. A count of Id
: with the exception of Mrs I parents' showed that l\Ij"s'May I I the same, always mild, mellow fine-

Samuel Pierce who has now be i Sands and Mjs.\ Laura Crusoe had 'tr'
$4 r <' flavored, friendly) to your throat. I am
come a member of the Junior- the largest percentage esent. I

- - .- --- made of center leaves, only. Those small
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Winter Visitor I Dinner In Honor sticky top leaves are sharp and bitter. Sand

Leaves For HomeMrs. Louis Wolfson and grit destroy the flavor of the bottom

Briggs :McLenxore,' who!' Irs'I' Mitchell:-Wolfscn- ,and :Mrs .: F J ''iyYt : V c 'f.'m' c;__choice cenibftkavcs grow

had for a week been the houseguest 'I Si.lnci.I.}I. >;cr. ,were; hostesses. at a <, r I 't t" rr'1f npeness, preserving-efery bit of

of Mr.\ and Sirs George dinner ,givenat I the, l\l'. ::11i-Dilt.- .... Z
'I 'i ba I made from
> am their home on Vernon I more Hoto| March 15. in honor oftheir ../ /<' '" eV'lrIlM u ayor. .. ,

Avenue cntraiau! t, yesteulaoi: fatbej.)JLpuas }et Wpy 'V Jon W 4. <'ti<... Y ;;;....k:+A' .;: ry///J'zlthesefral!E at .x siYcantereaves.1 do..
that date: cctefirated-tha. se, cn= 'SOh \ \yCHUU U ,h.' .
:Miami, where she will be joined .
: ,>A 9s \ not irritate your that.This gives me the
member tieth of his birth. "
at the Miramar Hotel by anniversary ;) : t "
of her famjly. and after a short There were more than 30 guests .-. "right'to sign myself "Your best friend."
I .
,l, vacation there will proceed to her present.
home in Nashville, Tennessee. I Mr. Wolfson and family ate
l! well known in Key West, having
Mrs.\ McLcmore, whom Mrs\ '
lived here about 30 years and
Morgan met during a world- moved to Miami\ IS years ago. s

cruise last year, announced herself ., :Mrs.\ Sidney Meyer was formerly, R py onxumiAo

as delighted with her visit Miss Zenia Wolfson. Dr. Win. j t :
here. Particularly did she like L. Wolfson and wife, of Brooklyn C :
N. Y., son and daughterinlaw L
the quaint, foreign, charming atmosphere -
of :Mr.\ Wolfson, went to Miami I
of Key West, and the for the celebration. :

hospitality) of the people. She ,
was extensively entertained during Legion Unit To
her visit, and deeply<< regretted -
that she was unable to remain Hold Meeting s

for a longer period, but
hopes that she will be able to return -, Mrs. J. G. Piodela president of 4A ,
at a later date for a pore the American Legion Auxiliary - r itO

lengthy stay.Judging i in Key Went, announces an important -

I meeting of the organization ;; ; Nd fr 'J ..I} : ,. .
Of Yards 4 o'clock tomorrow after- M ,
I noon. ;; I' iw

Contest On FridayThe I The members will assemble at
: '
the American Legion Hall on .., ,
I imvkla TotuctoLUCKIES Camyaar. t.r '
!! CfrpTritfit 1835.: TtM :
Judging of the Yards Contest -. Whitehead 1 street.
scheduled to have been held I "

last week but postponed! due to j Junior Club To .
the illness of Ralph Gunn, will
take place Friday afternoon of Hold Meeting ,. f

The three judges Mrs. Horace Members Junior -
Tuttle, Sr., Mrs.\ David Rice ands man's Club announce a social I
Consul-General Carlton B. Hurst,' meeting of the organization
will, view the yards, accompanied, Thursday afternoon in the rooms I I I :,
by Mr. Gunn. make their decisions !<< .! of the Key. West Woman's Club .'
and these decisions wild be I on Division street. II III I ," : ; $ B : : ,
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published! << as soon as possible in I Hostesses for the afternoon will ::7' lzd : ; ; r-
The Citizen, with the names<< ol',; be Mesdames" Earl Julian, .Allan > .: b. ..

the fortunate winners of' the i B. Cleare, Jr.. and Howard Wilton. !i ._ ...:.. i "

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