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 20, 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?or 55 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the : ;1jc. latj' Jtt: t CitBen

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit


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Jobless-\ Insurance Measures I CAPITAL WHISPERS, YACHTING :PARTY 1 :CITES PLAN TO '. Many Members' Of New Deal Contingent

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Hooding State Legislatures I MINORITY: LEADERS' AI lAND.-MRS: CHARLES I'CAPT 'I f(.EEMAINIJONGER( '1 Now!i MtKhiConcerned Over 'Problem Of

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Various Bills Shown To NEW ORDINANCE SUBMARINE BASE Collecting From Delinquent Borrowers


Captain Charles J. Werner, of

Of Provisions Em- ACTIONS Philadelphia, and Mrs. Werner THROUGH APRIL OUTLINE PLANS "IIIIIII Estimate Of Amount Pertaining -
are spending a vacation in Key RESIDENT OF OHIO
To Activities
boiiicdDf West waters on their auxiliary FOR OPERETTA
By HERBERT PLUMMER Key West is making inducements

\ I CITY COUNCIL EMBODIES VA,1'1 <( I j i WASHINGTON, March 20.- er, named after the owner's fa. IN MIAMI SOON
( DON JOSEPH RIOUS PROVISIONS IN REG.: were planning to leave here the :

(Associated Pres Staff Writer) I(t Backstage whisper in the capitalI ther.The end of the month to remain: "Thi. visit toKey West Seven Billion DollarsBy

here art 45 bill on. unem ULATION OF TRAFFIC ON' vessel is berthed at one of and my stay of eight week
i hint that the relationship between through April. considered one of i
I I the piers in the submarine base, THOSETO as guest of Mr. and Mr*. R.'
ployment ;insnrince pending in KEY WEST STREETS the
prettiest months of the year.I)
the titular leader of the repub.
where numbers of Key Westers TAKE PART IN COMING B. Curry, at their delightful HERBERT PLUMMER
tate 'legislature Twenty _ j I have Several landlords have told Miss Lome on Fleming street, has lican minority in the senate and visited and been welcomed
|i Ileen Williams in charge of thehoing' EVENT ANNOUNCED BY ADMINISTRATOR .fbeen tk..emost' entertaining WASHINGTON March 20.M.tays"aew .-

I lature have addressed leria.1 I, Key West city council is now !f Louse ia causing some concern.There .. I II j I by Captain and Mr. Werner.'Mrs. department of theKey : at**per enM".AIa., .. ...r.h&d." ,: "dealers'are.
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t&OntQ" congress: ,. this, i working on-a pew, ordinance guy.|I have been no indications; Werner was: formerly5of.Key: WeSt West i Administration, that they 5. U,Thi.. ..ra,*>iald Ki-Tk e(iCiti- more
The captain is stock heI d.'ta.1'.c.r. t admit
a bond I -.f by -
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and eongre, j .ha., before, it,. 10 I erning vehicular traffic in the j jI I that anything like an open break' would like to reduce their rents I I I
'd'Mrili: oI-.aLan .
broker and each year .take two M..tjtFaclerf !.,.. .
uch ,billO, e. state- legislature, I cityof Key West and highways. !I is threatening but there have I 50 percent to tourists who plannedto I The tentative list of'those'who: "..*c***iritOlii/-'beforv"li. en >' 'problem of
I II I the of the months off for-'a .cruise' on the leave at the-cnd of this month. Miami .. ,I Uncl...5am'4-! ; '
been rumors leadership l are going to tel presentthe- *vfa .'f.rrher-k *IUctifif rora' de-
Wisconsin,. ha* passed an unemployment I The ordinance will provide yacht, visiting pltces.-to'' which his' This will give--added attraction,to ,
l..loI. MI41aW...... . .
.house is a bit impatient with that interest has been 1 "Pirates of Penzance'V> Gilbert ul4 J. linqtlentborrower 5
jnturance, hilL; I speed Jimits designated parking E attracted. I therwinter' residents who planned -taltt. *
) of the senate for its seeming re-|I He devotes I I and Sullivan's operetta staged be-veSsealat *"bitothi..time
much of- his vacation to leave at the end of March. I ..'' t"It<4.<.* ..t..tJa.t -..or. tLa..neD. .
Sociologiit' :are. tatiag( that I[..and no parking-spaces!, through ,(i luctance to be more aggressive in period to the study of old Houses which had been rented here last month as the initial attend .to

this will be America' historic ,I and stop streets and provide qusli i bucking the administration. 'j' styles of architecture and has taken for the winter season ending '''I event in "La Semana Alegre," daughter the Miss weddingof'Ruth Fogle.' .r billion of dollar of. government .

in social legislation ]i I ifications for operators of motor i If such be true, much of the a number of photographs of March :31, over which the admin.I' was announced today. It is ex. which is to be celebrated in credit have been pumpedinto -
year as was homes and buildings in West
Key istration
I blame must be attributed to the jurisdiction, are being i that Akron, Ohio, in short time.
I I pccted some changes will be a banks, insurance
vehicles.It which he will add to his collec companies,
1211 in Englaid. reduced in rental rates for
difference in Mi .
the R
political philosophy th wUl
be happily
I I made in the the
personnel of cast
tion. |
The Wagner.Lewis bill, the ad.I will also regulate the equip- of the two G. O. P. gen. April 50 percent. also as an inducement I remembered for her charm railroad, building and loan a*.
i The schooner is beautifully outfitted to winter residents to before the group leaves by train
ment to be used on motor vehicles erals. I II II Ij I. I I and delightful personality. ociation. and to business
ministration-supported social secutity the wells of the cabins decorated remain here through the month. for Miami Monday afternoon.The mea
I' I Snell of New York the house She was a visitor for several .
I for the vioj
nucasure now before conKress and provide penalties with paintings and reproductions The plan was put into effect home owners, farmer and other
leader, is representative of the operetta is to be broadcastover week at the Curry home.r'I.I.IIT..AVI.I.
:j lations of the ordinance. i of many different types'! : this morning. and by noon Miss
= requires state cooperation \ conservative east. I. I radio Tuesday night and The very serious question has
of vessels. most of them in color. Williams had received favorable
I| At meeting of council held :
McNary of Oregon, the senate
with the federal government. I .
Wednesday night will be piesen.ed
!!! ye tel day the matter was lliscu?s- | !leader, on the other hand, typifiesI Near at hand is a comprehensive responses from a number of families presented. itself of what the government -
Which of the state measures will library, containing valuable information who appreciated the changein at the Miami Biltmore Theater.A MAKES
I 1 the liberalism, of the west-not to REQUEST
ed. There were a number of chauffeurs -I
be found adequate wfll! depend on !i the extreme-but further to the relative to ports and countries rates and were glad to remainin I' newsreel cameraman is to is to do if these borrowers
federal represented and it was decided on the Atlantic and Pacific. the Island City for another be on hand when the operetta 'is
the limitations fixed by !1 left than Snell. OF PER A MEMBERTO cannot pay interest on
authorities rhoald the Wagner- : after certain points Wet'e Real Test To Come ''oceans in both Americas, in ad- month. !| offered at the Biltmore, it .wasi ,
jdi.cus'cd.: to hold another meeting I 'dition: to other volumes of romance The rates on cabanas which : learned this morning, and a great their loans. ,

Lewis bill pass. !;:: thii afternoon at which time This was why republicans in and history. have not been rented through the I, deal! of favorable publicity for! CONTINUE ON|

Reserve Set Up I IF.ijrhlecn j,I certain provi. ions arc to bo changed the house, led by the New Yorker! Ed. Gray of' The Citizen was i',.! end of April. also h being reduced .' Key West is expected to result 1 Some have defaulted already.

i of these pending! state it is said. struck out so boldly in their opposition welcomed on board by Captain the first of the month 50 percent, I I Those making: the trip 'will re. ; [ Others are expected.

'' :. to the administration'swork and Mrs. Werner and enjoyed the it was pointed out, and this is also turn to Key West
the -- - Thursday on
ItilU\ contain provisions for re- I : SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR
relief bill while minority visit as their guest. i: expected to attract many persons the train, it was said ''t U. S. Ha. Railroad
servo system of handling unemployment CLIMATEHEREHELPS i ii opposition in the senate teemed i who planned to leave when March Principals scheduled to fo to ASKED BY ADMINISTRATOR f The RFC has had the novel cx.Private .
insurance funds \\isronin's 1 less organized and virile. DATE I I I
I ,was over. Miami are, Avery Johnson, si the :,jperience of .
being offerrt tbe..I
law also contains thi,:i NUMBER .i i.ii |1 McNary h faced with another '," pirate -kinp --EdftMind _,,,, .'. r:* an- *- -
difficulty to this" meas. S --T'h -iix' hiT ; MI business rne who
fratirre. and althouch) there are i' i in regard 'FARF.1r'A Eng. -{ SOUGHT EXCITEMENT1 i lieutenant of the ,pirate king; FOR FEW WEEKS

vaiialimis in the bills proposed in1tho I urc, too. Democratic opposition' dren of Mrs. White of this city,'' {, George Mill White, as 'the 'pirate .I could not meet his! obligations..

:;i OF VISITORS to certain phases of the bill was'strong all celebrate their birthday anniversaries -I NEW YORK-On the way home apprentice; Floyd Eaddy. as the This agency already hu taken

other stairs that of Wiccon-i. and.! determined. It was on the same day. One. from! a party she rang a fire major-general; E. A. Fisher, as M. i over operating control of a rail-

nn i- considered; fairly repre"nta! -' -. necessary for him to wait and see*! daughter was born July 27, 18RG"; plann box to hear the sirens, so I, the sergernt of police; Mr,. Jsnice E. Gilfond. acting! Key West,. road 232 miles long in Ihe west

tlVP i i I TWO DECLARE THAT THEIR what the democrats themselves triplets were born July 27, 1901 ; Mollie\ Grossnwn, 19. of this city Lewis, as Mabel;. Mrs.\ Cart BerIvaldi administrator, this morning asked
di>l to their administration's own!I I mil twins July 27, 1902. $25 fine in court. j When the Denver and Rio
|IT n.lf'r l I ho Wisconsin system, i paid a I BH" Kate; Mifs Emily Cros- Nina Ryder' Johnson
HEALTH before he could form his to continue-: :.. Grande couldn't rrmuh._ ..
HAS BEEN GREAT. measure _. ;land, as Edith i Mrs. Arthur Brown. crane. un. -
in'tiviIIiI are --- n --- - --- -
: plant reserves re-I plan of attack. I t''a. Ifabcl and Mrs. Eva Warner, as social service director of District money to pay the interest on a

inirptl into which each employer J LY IMPROVED SINCE COM.,i At that, however, the real test as Ruth. Nine Florida ERA, for a loan to complete its portion of

contiilnitc" no more than :2 percent ING TO ISLAND CITY i!: in both houses is yet to come. It. TODAYT'WEATHERFloiida Members of the girls' chorus, the Moffat line
{ 1 few weeks through the
following receipt of
of his payroll. As this )"('- !I i is necessary to wait and see what] Stanley's daughters expected to
-_ 1 I disposition will be made of the'measue her written |1 it turned over control to.
crve fund inrr'atelthe contributions make the trip are: Misses Mar- resignation. 1

allowed I.1 Seasonal visitors who have beeigreatly after it emerges from jraret Dion.Iary'!\ Louise Spoils- Because of rule which exists' the government.
= of the employer are Temperature1iighet : Fair tonight and a
Lcnefitted their conference.The. wood, Alee Curry, Olive Day, I This had the effect of putting
to ilecrcase. The theory i ia by Testpenod .. 81 Thursdfy; slightly warmer tonight ; '' : in the Florida Relief Adminlstra-
that the employer! will try to keep and entertainment in Key 1936 Election Lowe ..::'" ..:::::::.:::::::::::::,::'::::711 I ,Isabelle Edth: Williams Kelly. Yolando Mary Whitmarsh.I MendoZ.. . I II l Uncle Sam back in tne railroad
: West! have declaring There other tion, prohibiting the employment business for the first
no 1e. itancy in are reasons why! Mean( ...... ... ..... ._........._.........__...761 i I',' m,' I I Cli ra Yate", Norma Yates!'! Doris | '' time since
<-onliilnli.ib at a minimum byretrictini that their health has !been McNary may' not be as enthusiasticin .I Norms 1 Mean m.... .............._.... 73 [ doss 11f' > Paughtry.) and Snran La Kin. of two members of the same the World war.
great.y improved and their physic- opposing the "new deal" administration : '
; discharge cm-i Rainfall L I Members of the pirates' chorus II family, Mrs. Johnson tenderedher With hundreds of millions ali !.
"I! condition marvelously bettered as is Snell. I J I .
)ployes. by their stay. 1 The Oregon senator comes Yesterday's: Precipitation .0 Ins. j t ) 1 expected to be in Miami include several J i ready lent to the railroa<(k.ome
resignation days C
The oth'r method of obtainingand Two of these delighted winter for reelection in 1936 at the UI// Normal Precipitation .... .05 Ins. 1 i: i it\ M} ( John Bennet, C. C. nicks .N. B. ago of which have defaulted, many

controlling the funds may be visitors are returning home tomor- President.! Roosevelt will be seE'k-1 .TliU r..r.. riMrrx :......r prrinil'' w.);. t; J.. ; Shannahan. Curry Harris F. after .her marriage to Avery expect increased pressure to. push
I rmllBe .. N .eLerL. thi tanrntmif. I tTomorrow' I { H t+ I
found in the so-called Ohio plan." row afternoon with only words of ing his second term. Snell al-I, 1\\ :- Townsend Morgan, J. T, Williams! Johnson, one of the ar }lat jn:,ihc- the. government. furth '' into. ,,
.. I rTeaifds
Almanac '
i in which prai-e for Key West's climate and ready has been on the firing line l 1 1'j' } Delphin Feal., Idilio Borges James opera 10h .1.rlh' 'Ilhe'il
u proposed! .nu-asure '1 i Sun rises . ...... . 630a. r'7' '" Key We ,Adminu4rationvl'I! ':' "I 1 ''Ba7''''I J "
its! irthiite"tIHz ns. since the advent of the "new ;', ni. mlI .ot; = Burnett, William F.,Hpffm, An- : I[ 1h

are loi. I pay 2)Jier .cenj.ofthru 'i(- Miss: Hop ...;,nnh"n,' /',fOr4ne. 'LItl" and wo'rt h'andily in his con. Sun sets ..... .._........."6:38 p. m.j I 1'1 ." .'L.e't. ..'.-I.:. .'' drew Baunn and B. Curry; {or ,no. In ,a' written communication. ? ]o.,I '' (J i'areJlJ.o'l. .' onjjroneto"WiMihy ,
luyioUx JuW.MorUr.!!,.tit percent : Moon\ ........... ( 4\1\\ \ r I '"" : ''
,\ rises :0* The
rfttlrnM -.. F p. m- 'Fair | group .of policemen, include I j I { ; ;: :
to in \
the house
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: \ Moon sets .. ...... 6:59 rn.1 ; iFrank Alvarez I
a. Thc
(runt which the'unemployed! 1. woujd I L months !1ou ; iue4ofM If=.4 VI:. ) iplectiohs'( McNary hasn'tj I Vernal .m. >."", in extreme northwest portion. .' ':, Jerrmona'i! ; I I. '"(jhave your, ,letter ;of, .March''',,.,: RFC'his'placet a man, Pl'IIIj., ,'
] lunt! If*fri J'aV In\\?( holne'on:; GiroUline : ;JacM HH'Vlectorafe since I 9301whdnihItai.ty' equinox 21st' .Sidney Aronovitz. j jf.* own hoosjngt hejA'arf; .. f
be paul. Twenty.evejv.bills:, :-.cojj':I ihr..t, abd reiiett? Hetc1' in control of I i Sprin commences ....81S..- nl.' Jacksonville-to; Florida Straits'1'' Nicholas Goshorn, Geprge' Perpall, 1& in which you tender-. )?our! a bank To..whpn, it tlen.Cd.1!

tam this; system. , .1, ?,":1 fltv' p(, J Jeavingj.t!I : is"'/ d'l ,: mJ the national 'administration. I , Tomorrow'*,Tide*.I :&'<... '.1'' ,,(;0iitle southerly Vinds over north Allen RobInson Charles-' Smith resignation as ''Social" 'Service ;1 : ,')J-":' .
Restriction* Establishedi. I !i >( 'I
In the matter, d"those, to bf\fc:J !Mrs.. KdwiniJpqdin!, \ hwh r. huB:!1i-.ffhti.'ti'S! thenatfded" eonsidera- : A.M., .. ,
covered under,the plans two gvl,*:'been; tW puest of .efl( nother,f tln'lIi; h Should be kept in mind I High: ..m............]0:22 11:11 cai-t winds over south portion and Knowles. Jerome Berkowitz, .and florida ERA I regret exceedingly steps against defaulting borrow..

oral) type* of legislation;' are under . !.Irf. 'I). A.! Printz'of' Franklin : asw(.ll. *cNary looms' as a possible -I I Low ...........-....,.,. -1:01 .J :34I fair weather tonight and Thurs- J. V. Woodson. director I I that I am not in 'a position ers on mortgage loans.- '
Adritn J. Dornbu'h .general
Pennsylvania, will leave tomorrow The is
choice i argument beingad
for I
presidential Barometer
"un"i icration. The one planas 01'1vice at 8 a. m. today: 1, ask withdraw this resig.
lcy. to ,
is in Miami
of the
afternoon for her home in vanced that unless something u
presidential honors the G.I
established in the W1seon.xir I Port Huron. !MAch. and says she O. P.) ticket in '36. This on alone: Seal level, 30.16. !! Eat Gulf: Moderate southeast today making final arrangements natoin; but since the rule exists done to the delinquents now ths

act protects industrial l woiksr in th: has enjoyed every minute of her tends to make a man in poli- I I Lowest : and south winds becoming fresh for the two presentationsof that husband and wife cannot be-situation probably will get opt.pfhand.
only, as has been proposed! i Highest the colorful production. He is on the Relief Administration'spayroll
: tay. i tics careful of his Others will get the idea,
l step. northwest
plans of Minnesota and 3lassat.hncott. Station- I.-ul Night Yesterday o\er portion Thursday. ; at the same time, there is
to return tomorrow.
. I ... .. i it is argued, that nothing \fill be
Ohio ulan exclude -- Abilene .
ThA : - ------ --- -- """ 66 88 nothing to do but live up to the '

farm !'ur- and I- domestic i service, Atlanta ._.......... 50 64 !! WEATHER CONDITIONS I rules and regulations. done to them if they fail 1o""yand ; ,

but others in addition to industrial High School P. T. Association Boston m.m.... 38 42 i KEITH MORGAN "However. I do hereby request the government will be. -left.,.

_I workers are to be indl1c1?I1. Buffalo -........... 36 44 | Pressure i i- low this morning 'you to continue your work for a holding the bag.

A'mrns the sternest residence Conducts \leeting\ Last Night j Charleston ....-... 56 61 i throughout the country from the TO VISIT HERE, few weeks, until we can. select Many fear the government is
heading toward the situation
and employment requirements are I Chicae-o ........ .__ 40 Kfi I $ in
-- Mississippi Valley westward, except your successor
_j those reported in a Massachusetts An interesting meeting was 1 kowitz read the National Presi.1]I Denver ..._._-.... 40 60 } ia California. with a disturb-| |I i "I don't think I need tell you which private banks now find

bill. It contains a two years' held last night of the Key West , School P.-T. A. Galveston .......... 66 74 VICE.PRESIDENT OF WARM the course of years of lendIng -,
rendepce provision. stipulates High in the | ;subject of which was "Growth over the eastern Rockies, Denver (great loss to our administration.

that the first eight weeks of employment school auditorium presided overby Through the Years," and which Havana _.. .. ..... 66 Ce!., 29.44 inches, and dust storms I' { Your work has been most satisfactory these banks gradually cam

would be a probation Mrs.! M. E. Reiko-.vitz. '; proved of great, interest to her Huron ...'::.''...'. :.: 40 54 I'! have resulted in Colorado,,, and .SPRINGS FOUNDATION I It j ji {I and I sincerely hope that real into control estate of large blocks of

period and would permit the employer The meeting was opened by the !listeners. J8ckso \iUe"!: :.' 62' 76';, i I Kansas. Light to moderate ,rains i COMING! NEXT WEEK I we will be able to procure a sue- industries and other'
-J to lay off an employe as singing of America, followed by, It was decided i to''send a' dele-- Kansas City ..'.::.V'50" 62 I have occurred during the I last 24I : I Icessor who will be able to anj private enterprises.CIIANGEDAYOF' ,

incompetent within six months the salute to the flag. after whichan gale :to the National Conventionto KEY WEST1' J> 71 81 I I hoars froM the Ohio, Valley and J .. ---- I proximate your good work. !

-1 after he was employed depriving inspiring and much enjoyed be held in Miami at the Miami-\ Little Rock -.:.:L ''6t 6; 78 [t.T..nnessee'northeastward over 1Lhef Keith )dorgan,- vice president!I'' Mr., Gilfond said this morning: '

him of his insurance.For address' was delivered by :Miss RiUmor! :Hotel on April, 29th.1 l Los Angeles l .....: 42, 58Louisville f middle and north Atlantic _states, '1of ,the'.Warm, Springs Foundation, I he Is communicating now with

the wrorkingman ofVis- Welch, school librarian who had The 'dele ate-was'i not named at 'm'? .:. '54 58I tand in the Pacific f tates, and :1of which. Franklin Delano Boosevelt -|the state director of social service:

consin to obtain funds' once he cnosen' as her subject: "Liberty thismeeting, but will be I I Miami ._.;.. .;..'_. [ 62) 78 j there has been rain or snow in : *' is president,, is expected] to in the state office of the relief HALF HOLIDAYSG. ,

is unemployed he muss have I livedin and Open Door." ;5 nounced at> a near future m an-1( Minneapolis :.. 33 50 i northern Michigan and the Plateau arrive in Key West rome time next ) administration in. Jacksonville t

the state for two preceding Miss! Emily Cropland music director ; ing. ,., ok,: New Orleans .... '70 80 region. Moderate high pressure week. for a vacation.I i relative to the selection of a successor .t -

-1 years, or have worked there for entertained with a bit' The election of new officers 1 I New York ..... .. 40 44, areas overspread the south Atlantic I I Just when he will arrive has to Mrs. 'ohnson. G. N.. Goshorn. deputy collector

40 weeks. from the operetta "Miss Cherry-! for the coming year also took I Pen'acola .........- 64 70 and east Gulf states and the not been definitely tated. it was in charge at the local customhouse

There are almost as many provisions -. blossom," which will be presented i' place last night. These I Pittsburgh ....,.,.. 48 50 eastern Lake region and upper i raid at the home of Mr. Morgan's I NOTICE B. P. O. ELKS I told The Citizen today that

I for waiting period as to the public on Friday evening! ,; follows: Mrs. Enrique He'nrlquez,1Iresident Seattle ......._.... 34 42 Ohio valley. Sault Ste. Marie.i j parents who came to Ky West until further notice 'half holiday

there are tate plans. Each one of this week. MuSic for the bit ; Mrs. William P. Kemp, Tampa ...... ._ 62 84 Mich., Jacksonville and Miami, for the season and are domiciledat I .All members of Key Westf1od11 :: at the custom house will J>e pnij

I ,Iro'id.for a different period! was furnished! by Miss: Deulah Lee j vi epresidentI'n.; Hildah Salis Washington ,.,,.,.. 48 58 Fla., 30.20 inches Warmer weather the Knowles's cottage. on No. 551, B. P. O. Elks, are i Saturdays instead of Thursday as

rtween the time a man loses his, Williams. | secretary; Mrs. H. S. Dexter, Williston .,.__ 34 52 prevails in most sections of the Vernon avenue. requested to .be present at the is, heretofore. C

_ 'ob and the time he receives the The minutes for the previous treasurer; Miss\ Eliza WEATHER FORECAST country east of the Rocky Mountains -I At the beginning of the season: regular meeting to be held 'tomorrow -,,f This change is made necessary

benefits of insurance. In the' meeting were then read and ap- historian. Gardner'l with abnormally high' readings Mr. Morgan arranged for accommodations evening 8 o'clock. New I it is said, by the change in schedule -

] Wisconsin<< act. only two weeks are I proved. Miss Ida Kennedy! giving i 1 In closing the (Till 8 p. n\. Thursday) this morning in many locali- for his parents and ,a members,wil lt{ be, initiated, followed of the P. and O. S.''S. om.

requisite. Plans| projected in this reading and there followed Berkowitz made a plea for better I Key West and VicinityFair to- ties. I brother, and at that time said he 1 by>> '. smoker. pany and ferry company with. no .
Minnesota envision a delay of 8 I the treasurer's report by }Irs.I cooperation between parents and: night and Thursday; gentle to G. S. KENNEDY. would arrive during, the ."season :: : H..D. WARREN.naatZO:1t' boats departing or arriving on

weeks. 1 Lovelic Lee. Mrs. M. E. Ber-J teachers. J moderate easterly winds. Official in Charge. for a-short. period of relaxation.. ( .Secretary. Saturdays. -

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. ) RFHIND THFIINFS Thc Insidc'Of i The News extensive interests usually! concerned . another! two years beginning July Today's Ilorosc )
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U H. ARTWAN, rrtmidrmt. of opinion with your neighbor in nections. .Whether such a step: ,of the citrus lines'a The per:on born this day i ii a lit-
From The Citizen Building March 20.- 1.32C are widows and the remainder will be proposed in Florida isproblematical industry along
? Key West and begin to think that he is 'of the Citrus Control Committeeof !jlle! too visionary.! There is t cec-
Corner Greene and Ann Street Kenneth there
: Ilallinger, political sage, are "special soldiers" or "spe but is an undercurrent -
visiting here lat Friday preliminary cial widows" of that such the U. S. Department of Agriculture ,: i tin lack 1, of initiathe and a \1"\1.
about the craziest prospect that you have receiving state gratuities feeling aj I'
only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Moaroe to the convening of the legislature t' -95 in all 13 southern : measure will be at least!'\ offered.> ] . Counties eager to receive ;mess of concentration This: lay U
to think the 67th share each of the
County. ever run across stop enough
April 2, expressed the states. .O* the widows Florida { near the dividing line of tw rtiiit

'.tned at Ky West. Florida ai second elaaa matter about the natives of the Raja, Kaja region, opinion that there will be morel I pensions C56, more than all other I' One member of the legislature);J won't net racing have long revenues to wait this before year and a Careful study of i';

F1FTV-SITTII YEAR than average capital removal sentiment twelve states combined. .Of the has indicated that 'ne' will offer aj : '! b/\th/ '..-
in Dutch New Guinea, where the prevail- elec1Lion they know whether they are going'jietessary in determining. ]
with the membership. .1'.jBaliTger 153 veterans Florida provides for bin making the refection} of : '
a Member .C tie AMelated Pres.Le .. ing opinion is that countries which dq'.not has ''been seeing more than half with-79 and Florid .I clerks and inspectors subject'i ito to actually get the money or see:'direction! the way to ja1c't: tyi
exclusively to N '
Associated: Press Is ; I it diverted from them to the
r r ,i ..biicatlon of all news dispatches credited to't boys ii\.their respective .haliwicks. bar 44 of thet5ti: ) 'spcjal pensif'ners -j the recommendations: of the!! i be found. Much del- onrtl. in-
or not otherwise credited. In. this paper and als produce' cocoanuts. and .rice are not worth during the last several months **. .' .Florida payst |40 pf'rl county precinct coiryrfitteeMen.' .| school boards! et the counties .!.dividual aspects of the LiHhr.: .
local news published I.ero.NATIONAL t Such funds now to the
the go county
living in. has primed into their innermost'thoughts month a sum. much"-higner than I County YommissionerB '",wouJ' act I. --
I commissioners: except in few instances
A and beliefs as to legilattion the states with their fewpensioners.
EDITORIAL) average only upon such precinct cwninit- CO (of th
These ignorant people are happy in and public questions generally. teemen recommendation I fore than percent;

'1 JI ASSOCIATION, .Ieprobably knows about Jhe!. .. .. I | counties in the United States alI *
,, C/t /9.35 the belief that they have a marvelous coun- Subscribe to The Citizen. I now free of bovine"tufoerAUJ'a')
collective thought of the kgisla.1 Senator Hodges, president of Another measure! certain fit introduction -'

!StrnSCniPTIOV RATESme try, which produces both. The natives ture for this rearon..He con-.the next senate, moved :Mondayof with strong chance" ofpassage ------ .__. .. -' J' ..,

-'X,' w Tear:..nths..'.., 81'.0'5.0* pay tribute to the Dutch in cocoanuts and fident that most of the South and last week into his presidential! : it is believed would bar I' .61 81111 1$1.4"ffG..G', .4.J-r '\-.
...1' Months It* Central Florida boys will press for offices in the capital space for members> of the legislature from,{

r V' : '."th... uu....,._.. ..8k.SI wonder what the Queen does with so many I capital removal. Strangely merly occupied by the state veterinarian practicing before the state board v
nuts. Their prevailing idea is that she I enough, most of the members who southeast second floor! of pardons .That the influence I
ADVERTISING RATES I visit the capital, and most of them quarters. .His finance and taxation and insistence of legislators have Better Sight
them Light-Better
Made known on application. uses to buy human heads, which is S
III'UCIAL NOTICE: do after their election, have littleor and appropriations! committees influenced premature clemency in sk

fill reading' notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of'iTt. their idea of real treasure. nothing to say about capital will be his immediate neigh the past is not denied by even

'. rMfuary: notices, eta, nil be charred for at Yet, it is barely possible that these removal, are usually silent! on the bors. One thing is certain in the members> of the pardon board it
t line.
r-Mrt t> :o cents a
"..i.! t .r- flair Is to be derived area cents a line. lion committee and! that is at leasta down
n.CUli n is an open forum and Invites discus. the advantage over better informed I /
d.... of public" incurs! and subjects of local or general many Sentiment 'a rapidly crystalizing Ii definite majority will be unalterably Still another effecting,: members
'J'. rest but It will not publish enonymoss common). citizens who worry themselves sick over in favor of taking the state's gen I opposed! to reporting favorably of the JeKi'lature'oud' pro. Jr C AndS

-,1:0: : .-- -, keeping up appearances in Key West. erous subsidy: of newly:: !i } any form of a sales: tax, hibit any from accepting employment iaA *& per month :
000 from holders! of $7,000'.1 I and this fact alone!' spells' hard in any branch of state gov r*
Civilization and intelligence with wealth
IMi' .OVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST and bridge district bonds and apply -I l sailing for any such proposed levy. ernment. .The practice of !legislators Installs complete with duplex *$
and industry however bring to and three:, 1 1t
men the !sum' accruing from getting on the tate pay roll

'.ADVOCATED, ,BY THE CITIZEN women the bet possible opportunity for cents of the seven cents gasol-nd! The attorney general's recom- before legislative. Cessions' ,has ; f1, cutlet and 60,' Watt t bulbs lbs: "*
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tax ta school finU\e nll.'. Some mtiidalion.s to the legislature aresecond in recent So kith .lUIl1a'lm
real happiness. The security that grown years. ,.
iHi. man- :
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few counties get more out'of in importance to those 'of patronage situation. ..Senatorsof I .l lt .II of ,
--- -\; Water and Sewerage. kind demands for its wealth has brought three cents bond refund than they the governor. .Prohibitionists some districts. at.well as house I $!Jr... ,,11 'rrtrt, ,[ { I .... a ai',: i'9 ' ",,'-qll.Jnloq.n''

2. "BridiIeCto complete 'Road to Main.ifi 'security of life and limb. Ap property be- pay in from the- full seven cents doubtless got a shock last Friday members, strongly feel that,nu 'aptpointmenta -' rs*n [I1>CANmR"PINNEp UP ANYWIIEItEia slit bb
< gas tcx. .Some.of these counties morning: when they read in the to Mate' jobs' of any. el" n'.'it eli: qHd ," &11'j ,, "t-!r' 1 hr ialii'"i net: Mu .<.dryla. !
.. ) :JO lnd.f : ia : comes greater in a given community there have no outstanding: load and palters that. Landis was going' to kind should be made.without their. .: mc", t<. n..j it "t rta ', ; ;aG..ii 1 io ft,1I't811'!) "t>wU eeb_

.:.".''FreeTort.. i I follows. decided improvements in living bruise bonds, applying such revenues I a wiping off of all existing consent or approval. b.rt.! ..ate on 8
conditions. That is the main justificationfor to current expenses and., liquor laws revived by repeal ; +I thus bes. hlm+ : e
4.: Hotels and Apartments. thereby reducing the millage on I of the prohibition amendment to .Speculation over thept'aier'l'' T hrtllsw(( I ae MA ,
private property, regardless of what
5. Bathing Pavilion. real! estate to almost nothing. .j 1 l I the constitution. .The general race is again the foremost topicof 25c'ei!:
G. Airports-Land and Sea. may be said by socialists and others. Most countries get back less than;' doesn't want any less positive reg. discussion: : when politicians ga K :

they pay in from only three cents ulation, his purpose being to do ther. .Buddie Bishop of Jefferson t

7. Consolidation of ,County and City DANGERS FROM WITHIN of the seven cents tax. .Opposi I'I away with a patch work of laws!. says "everything is sitting g

Governments.SIDELIGHTS. tion to the plan is looked for from often conflicting, and enact a pretty"; Christie of Duval says
the smaller counties having no' liquor code that wil be simple and "everything is sitting pretty"; Installs complete the wonderful

r America has no foreign enemjes be- bonded debt of the kind. .Pro- I. understandable by all, avoid much Rogers of Broward says "ev ry. '
setting its shores today, but within our ponents of the diversion to schools costly litigation. thing is sitting pretty". .Bbhop
point out that sooner or later the and Christie admjtedly have most
own gates we have a more dangerous state will take over the full bur I I Certain members of the legislature pledges, friends of both claiming;:

enemy-those people who are magnifying den of school operation thus relieving ,{ who are convinced that insurance that each has now an actual) majority See any of our employees regarding .these

distress and setting one group of citizens the counties of any tax I Iwhatevf'r business in Florida should of written pledges. ..Roers ,::- lamps, or see them on display at our display}
school I I bear a greater share of the bur- claims about 30 .
for purposes, except pledges.
B7 MARCY B. DARNALL at the throats of another by the spreadingof
for retirement of existing i den of government will seize the Forty-eight votes of the house rocm. S
Former Editor: of The Key Wet C tize.IIenl1" false propaganda.No school bond issues. .They point I I,[ report of State Treasurer Knott,, members are necessary to elect. .

one denies that there are millionsof out, also, that unless the subsidyis J; announced last Friday, a compel- If Rogers has thirty and the two

Ange of New Jersey plannedto people still without jobs at this time despite removed from road and bridge ling argument in their favor. . other candidates have more thana This Offer
district bonds there will be no re- 1 They will point out that fire insurance majority each, then there are in I Special
do a :32-year-old mare a kindness by the decrease of recent months. But '
funding of these issues as is or companies, and marine, excess of 130 members, against a

hooting her. The mare had a similar sane people will deny that because this will be the case with all other received $10,388.000 in premiums, legal 95. ., .The night of the caucus LimitedtoAprill

idea about Henry, and when he approached condition exists we must tear down Amer- floatations now pressed to meet paid back only $2,504,000 in loss Apri( 1, hold: the answer and
that life companies received it be an April Fool's in
carrying charges. .They see refunding eSt; day
her on his errand of mercy shekickeh ican institutions and move so hastily that ,
... i processes to lighten the $22,809,000 in premimums. paid fact for at least two of the three

him to death. we endanger the jobs of the greater number interest as well as principal bur. back in claims only $9,040,000. candidates., : . GET YOUR LAMrTq !t\X. .4 . .. ,.

of millions who have jobs. Sane ,den if the $7,000.000 they now. ;
fret is taken from the road ands. Sharp division of opinion seem Commissioner: of Agriculture
Jean Harlow, the screen's original Americans will resent the attempts whichare
bridge bonds. .This diverted to to have developed over an expressed Nathan Mayo is to recommend an
platinum blonde, has.been granted a divorce being made to appeal to passion and school needs along with a continuance -: thought of the governor that appropriation of $500,000 to erect I l The West Electric Co.rmmmik

from her third husband on the emotion as the lever for foisting foreign of the nearly $5,000,000 now!the, I legislature MIGHT consider four marketing and cold storage Key .

jrround! of cruelty one form of which wash experiments this country. going to the schools from motor,. imposing a charge against parents plants, hoping that the government .
upon licenses would provide about $12,- or guardians of out-of-state children will provide another $.r 00-, :
;;;-> habit of reading in bed.' It looks as if Describing this type of propagandistas 000,000 for fchools now costing attending Florida schools. . 000. .Continuance o/ the life of /I'I..ITII. "IIIIII.I' T..4TPI

she might have put) up with that, provided "pa.ssionmongers," Dr. John Dickinson, about $13.000,000 acout half of Opposition to any such plan point ------- - ,
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which is now provided by the out that in view of the fact that
)he didn't insist: on eating crackers while assistant Secretary of Commerce, ably described '
county and school district tax the more han 1,000,000 tourists : : ,

reading.( this dangerous group as follows: levies. .Income from other ex- | annually in the state bring in ........................................................ .............. I

"To ring the alarm bells of passion' isting sources: of revenue going tos;s from $100 to $200 and more each, I

The recent radio controversy between to set citizen against citizen, labor against schools would make up the differ producing about $150.000,0,00
ence. minimum in new revenues much
General Johnson on the one side and capital and capital against labor, to envenom ;I criticism would result. .It is also I GRAND PAINT SALE I

Father Coughlin and Huey Long on the nation against nation and the people j It is estimated! that an incomes suggested that the tourist crop also

other has furnished the most ornate display against their government is a far of $2,500,000 will result from the' provides the state with about I
licenced sale of liquor in Florida $750.000 a year through their consumption
of oral pyrotechnics the country hast easier road to notoriety and a brief day'spower '
. Since schools want no beer 01" of gasoline in travel
.. \cr witnessed. A$: name-callers these than patiently to analyze the pro- : liquor revenues, this will likely got'! about. .They charge that the cost AI! This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts I

gentlemen rank at the very top of their cesses of industry and finance and seekto I to the general fund, thereby perjmilling of providing for cut-o-state children ,

class. heal their ills by constructive statesmanship the state government ''it-! of visiting parents could not Regular Price Sale Price
self in position to entirely eliminate -, possibly approach the income I

,,.hut the type of power .founded II the state ad valorem levies:to. from the gascline tax from tour-. . .. F .", l ,Per u$ *Gal. Per Gal. .:: j

Five restaurants in Canton were on hatelind such d 'm. take care of >prisons! !\, pensions,!\is klraff' .: SHERWIN WILLI'AlI I 1lo1J'tETltV\.b'! '.TO .TICKrt/ i, j."
health and fre 'te it t'' books': ,.This1 I J\1-J: Y-II( rt.,o cVed by Chinese police for serving dog ogoguery leads is the which destroys Are
; power '
can be accomplished; only through]. Attory ,C t'neral Landis be- .d4F' haven't yet resorted to caninesteaks democracy and from which nations w . i-.dlt.l5.! G'II'oh$.1) 4.0.tai
submission'! of a.c .nstitutionall eveseje\ .)Is;abuse of the smallloanIawpffof"the 'Five''Gallon Cans stiirp ; IllJ !
f ,, ,,,,. t/
in this county, but if meat prices perish." amendment. .The! constitution| : stat4g twill! rugget ..l yj;; .y-{; .;? = .. s I

now provides for, an arbUr rt&ie' : *,"":elurative measure.The, / SHERWIN >WILLiA4tSArfCwmm f :r .iMbfij6' r.j! I!
continue to soar, there is no telling-- when realestate'titeraid ; ;: :'l::,;,:. I" : I ; :: i't !
mill levy on \ g.tjW.tVot; :find! himself por t; : '' ViHTIi-,43r
of to'it.In NOTES ON TAMMANY PQLI'TAN'; FL'ATi} \ i )'''' e ""'
Ire: us t ;
com.e "
may S'hoo1t
to .This : r'd1y ubfdjintial group of house 'II --.t";
now'produces a | "' yip s ; .atlti 90Ial "dlfJ"50'r b :
$425,000' ;1 and sehate'iKembers! who appreciate OneGallonCans'..........."t...-.'-.,....,..to1a ." .. .

a Kansas City lunch room a strange When Grand Sachem John R. Voorhis: come for prison! maintenance I that the small loan lobby .:
health and pensions is required to I during sessions of the legislature SHERWIN WILLIAMS MASTER .,.
of-tomer t asked the whether he of Tammany died in 1932 at the of -
age be drawn from real estate underlthe is one of the most active in stifling M PAINTERS FLAT WHITE, 96 : S
would if held him and 102 the organization conferred on him 2.25 1.80
fight someone up, con-tHution. legislation designed to reduce s :
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received the reply: "No, sir; I'd put up the posthum.ous honor of making him a I profits squeezed' out of humanity's .
In the thirteen misfortune. .It is notoriously
southern -
m/. hands." The customer then said : Great Grand Sachem. SHERWIN WILLIAMS FAMILY 4' .it < J.t I; :
rtate!, there are only 1.574 Confederate one of the most generous in its
That's sensible ; stick 'em up," and got This action brought out the interest veterans or widows on' enteitainments. S OUTSIDE WHITE, 80 One Gal
2.65 2.10Sherwin
away with $7. ing, but little known fact, that only one the pension!'\ rolls. .Of these only s lon Cans ...?.?,...?__..._......._...._.... :
15S are veterans-seventy years The Texas legislature is calling
other person had ever held the office of )
after the war. .Of the pensioners\ ; upon members who enjoy retain-
The unreliability of our organs oft Great Grand Sachem, and that person was 1
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fTHe was again demonstrated at Colgate none other than' George Washington, the ; : s

:> entity, where several boys were placedin first President of the United States. I
Tie Washable Flat t Wall Finish
"a closed) room and asked to tell the odor The Tammany Society was foundedas

ut a perfume which was sprayed around a patriotic organization in 1789 and fora c V LIMITED QUANTITY OF TilE FOLLOWING + :
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Notice IM Bondholders V
them. Various guesses included jasmine time Was a non-partisan body, both 'Fed 't to- , ., COLORS: .;",::S

heliotrope, lily of the valley and others, eralists and Republicans being numberedin ; '7 .Canary: :yellow Olive Tan f

but all were wrong. What had been its membership. It is likely that the -,,1'1 It -
Silver Gray Cream Gray VI ..
prayed. was plain distilled water.A high office conferred upon Washington by The Secretary of tlie1Treuury'advises that : 'OrcKid i 1 'l Caen Stone .:.

the society was honorary but in : .
only any bonds .
conversion privilege called
the Liberty '
72-year-old carpenter Windsor, event Tammany claims him as its first on : GALLONS- .. Regular Price $2.80, ,. ':-- ,.;.'1. ;
t ." 'ala, did two chores in one visit to a Great Grand Sachem. I will expire on Mardi 27th. S:. :. 'Sale Price< .......,.-......._.__.-.__....._....._....".JJ. ;::..._..._. $2.203$

He Toward the end of Washington'ssecond : .
government office recently. registered I : Quarts, Regular Price 85c, .' : !
t1!'.' birth of a newly-born son and appliedfor term as President dissensions of a 'If you are the owner of any Liberties we Sale Price -..-..-.-..----.-..--.----...-..-..-".-. 65c :

an old age pension at the same time. political nature arose among the Tarn. will be pleased to have you consult us. .. ,

manyites and most of the Federalists members '

A large New York store is said to withdrew. In 1798 Aaron Burr as- '
South Florida] Contracting & Engineering
!" I i\' a boy regularly employed to act as sumed control and developed the organ- Co.j j jPJaeae

Jipegoat. When some employe makes a ization along purely partisan lines in be- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
598 While and Eliza Streets :
I itiuid blunder! in delivery or other service, half of the Republican (afterwards the. .. AL
!t''',j-:; boy is brought before the complaining Democratic) party. I OF KEY WEST "Your home is worthy the beat"i

customer, roundly balled out and fired. With only a few short intermissions .
Member of the Federal ReservefmHftr '.

J." meekly leaves, returning later by the Tammany has ruled the city of New York I I i......................e ................t.t...i ,I

:back door to await his next "discharge ever since. /mm//I 1y(

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( BY. Happening Here Just 10 Year SPORTSeeeeeveeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ..................... ........................

arNOPlZ': Broths Potatal pass even beyond the reach of Ago Today A* Taken From PERSONALS
.*. tM Mo.taa Kid Aav entered hose." The File Of The Citizen j TOR SALE
... YGU._ 0' !*. Dead to find a I
.May t 0 rlat Mateo AttftrU, con Here he paused and pointed to
.....,1 to Ait tt*<(.r <(. teorcMnfM. wards the wall of the valley. Along ULCER, GAS PAINS,I TYPEWRITINU PAPER 600
atonal it mad to work; fcM I!
victims why
"t, Uateo <" the foul btiwfcXI that wall three Indians were trotting Indications are that the bridge I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.
&. *.. Heed It givtn a korribt their ponies. They looked clumsy tea to be given tomorrow at the ? For quick relief get al! tog?
tut, and Un received by Jon- the I - --- -. ----....... -. fample of Udga, a doctor's I]
tUva. matter of ike valley, at a unwieldy. but the Kid knew that I I Casa Marina for the benefit,of
Juan-SQva/ kai explained to once roused to action man and horse Country Club will be one of the .. I at Gardner's Phar-| BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now
Jfe.tana that kit ape-ilka tervtngwoman DIAMONDBALL lOc each 3 for' 25c at The
<, only waiting tor fke would become as one savage beast most brilliant and largest attended or
.ieasare of teeing key matter die. to pursue an enemy. I I affairs given in Key West this FOLLOWING THROUGH I . 25-26-27apr1-2-3-; : Artman Press, Phone 51, Citi-

And behind that trio the dust rose season, Many tickets ,have been GAME zen Building oct16

Chapter 41 from the hooves of another set of daily sold now the ,number, is far i

JUAN-SIUVA'S DREAM three and behind them still another in excess,of the anticipated num (By JOVE) I MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

appeared.The collected from cards, 125. The Artman
1 shall not stay here In the ber. The money .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
"DUT closed his And he ,
Kist eyes. the sale of tickets and that paidin ATHLETICS AND Press. ug7
Valley of the Dead until my life began to think not for the first time : So far this year the local baseball -I Sevilla 1; walks: Sevilla 2)) Lu- MAKES RADIOS REPAIR 1
ew.- Juan-SIlTa added. "All of this I. of Roslta,far out there In the hills- by the members of the charter I, clubs have following I cilo TO BE SEEN AT by authorized radiotrician. MIMEOGRAPH "PAPER. BOO
will be largely instrumental played the 1.
but not far enough because she organization guaranteed. 1107 Varela sheets $1.25. The Artman
All of these years-they spent the clubhouse I and the pitcher's who VIEW PARK
would keep ,herself always close in completing games February 4-Stars 5, Mar- Phone 8GC-J. Press, Citizen Building.
for a purpose." enough to one high point so that she IL'yfMti J I I have won and lost and the strike 'I tinez, Se\illa. M. Acevedo; Trop. feb23-lmox Jun27tf

"What purpose. Bettor?" the Kid could see what was happening In the outs and walks issued by each: heals (G. II. Vickers and Joe Na-

asked.. Valley of the Dead. Or had she givenup Tomorrow night the carnival JanuaryITropicals 7 San varro; struck out: Martinez 2, Tonight the Athletics i the advertisements in The
her watch before this? Had she will close its engagement in Key I I St-Mlla 3, Vickers 4. with .
shall 1 open my heart to your 1 bats the Busy You will find it a
retired towards the land of the living chez Salinero and J. Navarro; OVER-SEA HOTEL
croaked JuanSUva.Shall I tell you West and like all other amuse- !. February 11-Sluggers! f 6. P.eth-j! mondball 1 The linguist"e diversion. tf
that 1 am barely forty thousand ? ments given under the auspices of Stars 5, F. Acevedo and A. Rod.I!cl, Lucilo, Ingraham; Tropicals 7, ]i game.

pesos from my goal? And then 1 may She might find enough of the the fire department ft will prob-:[ rigucz; struck out: Salmcro 7.1' Salmeio and Joe Navarro; truck : be Roberts and M. \ 917 FLEMING STREET

leave the Valley of the Dead-1 may sun-starved grasses to serve as fodder ably be the biggest night. It will 'Acevedo 2, Sanchez 2; walks: Ace-I'out: Salinero 8, Bethel I. Luiilo I i 1'akcrs and T) flea and BICYCLES J i -Room*-

all over the sea-I may go again to for the horses but how did her l I.e a sort of farewell party, par j.I vedo 1, Sanchez winning; pitcher -'!!' :3; walks: Bethel: 3, Lucilo 1, Sal- the Athletics. With Running! Water $1.00 a
food last what had Person With $1.50a
Or Bath.
Old Spain! own traps ticipants bent on having fun and : Salinero. |;: inero 2; lost: Lucilo. I. Doth of these clubs RENT by the Hour Day or |, ;
contrived for the lean rabbits
she Jack I Person
"When 1 was a boy 1 was a shepherd confetti battles will be the orderof I I January 7-Tropicals C, Sal-!I I February Sluggers 4, Bethel Repair all makes and ;
since she dared not shoot for
out new blood, and I' WEEKLY RATES
In old Castile. The land of castles fear the noise might reach some distant the evening. The local firemen inero and Joe Navarro; Stars 5.1: Salinero, Griffin; Stars 8, Ca-a. i i them with Nu-Enamel. ) Renovated
You understand what 1 Bay? earl are to share in the proceeds and I L Sevilla and Rodriguez; struck : [! Carbonell M. Acevedo; truck I fee new faces o!! both a full supply of parts. Newly

People:) make the shepherds sing the more in attendance the larger Salinero 8. Sevilla 4; walks: Set t out: Bethel 5, Salineio 4, Casa 8; .I night. Among them : I I for the +Jlollfast! Bicycles! New Equipment

songs. But all that 1 heard from my E had lost his count of days. But will be the portion of the fire villa 3, Salinero 3. ',' i iI !losing+'pitcherRelhel. I II I future stars. : ; !\, sell !hero &J l IJWiaftl$1Ij1j'< I > ] 'ii New Management

companion was curaln;. But always H[ like a hand pulling at fighters. ". I Il January 10-Stars .rv'-,Griffin I I March lwTtoncas{ 0. Sanclwz! ; Friday night the IJu:< 1 weetr.: : 1 1. Stowers MusicmarlSlmo NO CLEANER HOTEL

there, was something above as tnt 1 lJ\ "him, ,time constantly was and the tenseness 1_. .__ I I Acevedo and A. Rodriguez;'Trop I WlckerJ CJtd.'Joe' Navarro; Sluggers -I.i. tackle the Lopez .'un ; : ') .: '' : :, !I i ..,..ANYWHEREPirates. I

He pointed upward.Heaven? won- grew little by little until he knew.,, John C Graham, an attorney of I I icals 5, Salinero Sanchez end }tertI !' 8r Bcth (:and Vallina; struck t! eternal rivals. These 1 IM. .| i --

dered the K1.d"l:, t f Vi.l '_. I t hat a breakjQs-polnt was near. Butler, Pais: in Key West tolayon I dules;,< struck out: Griffin: 2. out: Bethel 'TN :Sanchez 2, i crally bring together i I ; 1t1CruW A 1N EDa'4I: ;'a 1 ..;

The old man continued: "There How he could help his friends- his find visit to this city and Salinero 2, San'hezl2/f* .1 I t era 2; walks ,iBt-thel 1, :- Wil'k-I and Willie Gates, and i ( Cove fishing CampPirates

was always the castle on Its rock. that was the chlefest of the miracles the state in 18 years.! Mr. Graham'svi'it January 14-Slugger*'!2!, 'B r(hel. < I J 1; losing pitchont+Sanchez. I know this means an t 1 ':i-tl l "nj 35 lh.. 5',4

The trail wound up to It But the castle 8.0WBut he could see no step of hit) is for the 'purpose: of determine ( Ingraham; Pirates 3, CarR'1 I March 4- Slujm: rgJ! Baker, game for Friday night. I tt,11 Sfjol\t:' Itl) clean record, Core Florida

was empty and still we were all way towards !t. lIe spent hours. In, what developments have been Griffin and Carbonell; struck out:t I II [I Lucilo and Vallina; Stars 11, Martinez I I I .'i'hh. to tlJ: ify at once for 20 Miles. From Key West on

erfs. And as I walked with my sheep addition wondering anxiously what made in the state during the period -[ Bethel 5, CasaI ; walks: Ca a 1'1|I Sevilla and M.\[ Acevedo; j I WOULD BEGIN $175 government job. Eco the Overseas Highway
I used to look up and up. and 1 saw that "great good" might be which
he did not come for a visit: Griffin 1.January. j i struck out: Baker 4, Martinez 2,1!f I Research Bureau. Write
the castle and told myself that J J fuan-Silva from .
expected *
us far as Florida i is! concerned 28-Pirates 5, Griffin., Lucilo 2. Sevilla 2; walks: Baker j i LONDON-"It's. ] B, care of The Citizen.
would one day come to hare a million him. And then he learned. j 1 I FINE CUISINE
pesos and then I would buy Old Maria stood Inside his door. will depend on his deductions and and Carbonell; Tropicals 0, Sal-'' 2. Lucilo 1. Martinez 1. Sevilla 2; : to begin," is the ..Io :I mar20 ltx
findings. I inero and Joe Navarro; struck out: i, Martinez\ won game; Baker lost. ,i 106-year-old man First Class Accommodation
that castle. "The muter wants 10U.IIhe said. I
You think my friend, that these She remained there, standing backto t Salinero 9, Griffin ; walks: Sal-;t March 11--Tropicals 0, Salmero I advertised for t'1I\t> PIANO TUNING {I I Write or Telephone for
inero 1.I 1. j and J. Navarro Stars 7, Casa and i of this O TUNER:, Laureano Mo-\ Reservations
years in the Valley of the Dead have let him pass through the door and Despite! the lateness of the sea ; newspaper) ,I ;
been a torment. But in the hot summer as he went by her she spoke: "Your fon the number of tourists arriv-I January 28-Stars 2, Sevilla I. Rodriguez; struck out: Casa 8, I characterized himself Excellent piano for sale Rate: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day

day 1 think of the castle hold- hands are free. Why don't you use ing in Key West make it appear. amt Navaroo; Sluggers :.I, Lntilo Salmero t 9; walks: Salinero 1, t "active as at 40, :I lOla Division street. ',! American Plan

log Its head among the blowing them? Why do you wait to die like a as though the season is just begin i and Vallina; struck out: Lucilo 2, Casa 2. '.:r... I lance, highly educated, I inarl9-lmo',

clouds. And In the winter 1 think of Door blind sheen!" ning. Large numbers are continually -1- ___ ___ ______ _____u_ __u_ ___ ___________n
how my hall wUl tip In Spain, and He could not answer this. lie I I arriving by boat and train

the great fire of logs burning on the walked on before her into the patio and while many of them go to h Haana. "::',, '' 1', u .
; + :: '
hearth." of Juan-Sllva. and as be stepped out \' they usually stop here on P :
Into the blinding strength of the
He actually extended his hands the return for several days before .
sun he saw the carriage and the four
before him and rubbed them together proceeding to their home! kv Y
white horses already harnessed and a1
as though at this moment a waiting though it was hardly time Today's special' train from Miami r f t

the winter memory chill: struck through him with for the master to begin his daily will be the last of the season. '

And Montana said bluntly. "Will drive. There were sweat stains on '. j k'101lJ tobacco .--'-'-- ..,.... .- ..-.... ....... ..>... .>_._..._. _._ ......... . .. .... .. ". ...w.. ...." .tM
the four moreover and a servantwas With arrangements already :. ._ SO l: as toe was .:< <
you have long with your castle? now rubbing down the spokes ol made for Feveral great developments

"Ah." grinned JnanSllra. "you the wheels. here and preparations un- .. first used about 40 O < ... 't. : i '
look at the body and you see that It !:} years ago I: ;: : .4:: ;; ;(: ; .1
When 'e spoke to the mozo who der way for still others, the J1I r
.Is like old leather read to crack
held the heads of the leaders the the ; ; :
chamber of takes 3- . ..
with little But the commerce .. .. ... . .{ '
apart a bending. . .. .. ;. t.a
r. ;
> :
> : .er. ; : ;
man said with a grin: ';;eat people view that the government 'of the . ;. :. : 1-, : .*-t* W"" **". : > ?' :i .. .. .. *-,"V". f
place to look Is In the eyes of a man.
Men hare lived twen.y years past a have ple!"come-generals and great pen I I city should; he placed in the handsof . mroiignout' the wnat thing l I has

huadred. Considering them. I still Old Maria still showed the way highly trained men and I the years one.
have a third of my years to spend. I surest way to attain that end is J + * <% C7
until she had opened: the door Into
and they shall be spent In my Spain I to have a commission or manager ,
In my valley In my castle on the the main room of the house. I I form of governmentThe time i iI is

rock." I gripped The guards as he who'entered waited was on I I now ripe for such a change. Some given so much I pleasurd.? so much satisfaction .1

In the strange company of Juan- opposition will be metith from .
either side of the doorway. Then he > \ *<:-"* -> v *-v- -
Silva the days might have gone saw before him the cause. For In the professional politicians. Give the
swiftly for the Kid. but behind
middle of the room at a table with citizens the opportunity of saying:
his mind there was the con Juan-Sllva. were the lean yellow- at the polls what form of government

Slant anxiety about Rubrlz.about the green face of Jack Lascar peak they desire If they wish to

friar.When faced Major Alvarez and above all continue the present form then .Y .%:,,}SF.7v
he felt that he had gained
the swinish Jowls of General Ignacio their wish is supreme If they wishto
some foothold In the thought of the
Estrada. change let them show their desire
old he to him one day
AU heads turned towards him
as wishes .
at the polls. The Citizen ; 43 :
when they were in Juan-Snn's car he stood there made helpless by the to fay here that any political
bands that fastened his
were on the
He took the Kid with him every play engineered to frustrate .
,. rxt
arms. ', :;(;} ;'::
and at will of the people will be given ,
day for a drive of Inspection .
And Juan Sllva said: "Well take > .
last Montana said: "Senor. there the widest publicity together with .y ;;
bands from him. Even a
are two friends of mine in the valley your away 1 the names of those politicians who ., . .... .... """ '. .... .4fufjjtJ
like El Keed needs '

Be kind and let me see them. great With his bare fists he can'tdo resort to that practice. } <<;.ft..<"h'"X ffi/(.&:\:ilJ" P>..M. lt..:<{..:. : .. :./.<)..). :':: .. '. ''
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very much!" i $ :: :
THE friar?" said Juan-Sllva. So the Kid. made free walked Editorial CommentIn aM the :
one." slowly on towards the table. Behind world there is no more heartbreaking :

"My lad. think of the good he Is him the guards were retiring from tragedy than the misfit. jlcti \ :k 1't = .ii"

doing- !" the room. Only old AfarUt' remained Jhe man_ in an occupation for c r'1 t #..<: +
He gave his hoarse croaking to serve the guests who already had which he is, n.t ,suited. ?
bqh.l! 5 t ) before thin*,little:glasses i lot that II '
And the Kid.looklfl down at his ''floe,gree(tasUn| lire tequila. The tlfcllramc in the construction 4r t _. om9b) 2"fJ1ia 9Rlts9: ot bjj7' ', t'j.. +j. !i ik. :: :
gripped hands fiercely restrainedthe 'v It"'seemed to the Kid that he was of the Hotel La Concha at t: -- x u ,1 r"h9etia't; H 1BNr 'Dill ..' n' !' ". : t.:, ._ :'.:

Impulse to throttle the old fien advancing Into an ethereal region, the corner of Fleruing and DuwalttreeU : '-4 : &;! the 'r/o '
at once !an atmosphere of pure hate. They _,. . .- Today Governor' ofiN Carolina ,. .y.
is., now h oiug up rapidly. s ;p z I t J tt r SFrn
But then'YOtl: have a second' sere all smiling at tlm-Lascar,and TheVirst : the I work started AT.I 1 : 41014 f k. :
of steel
friend. El Reed?" > I the and the major and \ ;-
1 governor ;
the South Caroil1o4
"Rubrlr." : JuanSflva.:: several weeks ago and the force ta' z ( says to of

"Ha! RubrizIomething But ask me for I Jack Lascar rose from his place emplojed is making an excellent

I can give! The friar Is a and bowed to him stiffly. showing. _

Jewel to the other poor devils and "Your pleasure.Montana"he said I l : "Have a cigarette"It ;
Rubriz Is a Jewel to me!" "ain't half as great as mine." :Miss! Barbara Watkins and

"Well." said the Kid. slowly ". "You're sitting In at a big game Charles! White were married at the ..t

don't ask you to set him free 1 ask Jack." answered Montana. you've First !Methodist church last night

to see him only. got the cards d'you think that you've Rev. L. !Munro officiated. The > t Y people all over the world: use
"To see him? To talk with him, got the stakes?" was performed at TODA
I ceremony .t
you meanT" "We're three with one thought o'clock with a large number 61 '-4-, >. in one form or another.

""Ah.1"el.-my son." said Juan.Sllva. partner about"you said!"Lascar."That thoughtIs I relatives and friends attending. n They chew it, they smoke it in pipes,

"why do you make me say no to you "Sit down my son" said Juan. they smoke cigars and cigarettes,;and here 'l.
so often when 1 have nothing In my Sllva I KEY WESTCOLONIAL tras a matter of
heart but a sense of kindness and The Kid took a place at the end of id: W}lat an eminent physician said about
even of gratitude to you? This much the table and old Maria poured outa HOTELIn pride with a host in

1 know-that not while 1 live will a glass of tequila for him.
man escape alive from the valley "Yon. my general." said the old the Center of the Businessand cigarettes

But perhaps-three men togetherare man. "should be the first one tospeak. Theater District iobaaxt .rptcntoji t .
a great strength-perhaps! you ." b his. .q .
\ w of cigarettes and it is belief that '
and work the nun p T'arttatwn.'i : : my
your friends might (Copyright. ftsl Harper 4 Brothers) First Cla.*-Fireproof- "

miracle. They might pass the guardat 'le Rates E '3J hey offer the mildest and form
Tomorrow Jusn-Silva make an S purest
the gate of the valley.They might unholy bargain. t { 'I : .'

---- - - .- COFFEE SHOP' ,NOW OPEN .,'n. It. >. , .. -. in which tobacco is use d" v: '".,
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SUBSCRIBE;; FOR TilE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLY Popular Price ; w I .' form-in which tobacco is used. A :

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'.-, ,..; G ,:, gOO< cigarette certainly gives men and" :
STEAMSHIP Co. CASA MARINAKey ., ;:' women a lot of pleasure. r
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P&O UNITED STATES FAST American Plan J Have .a Chesterfield- . . .

Room each milder. -
200 Delightful < For,onc'thing- .

PORT TAMPA_HAVANA-WEST INDIES i with Private Bath : .i/;/ ,,p-r.-.7 S For another thing-they taste:fatterS"IB
Effective March 18th. 1935 I Evening; Diaper -- $_.00 ; !: .

Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, I, Luncheon ....,_.,_.-_. 1-50 : ,.i :; h z. .;> : ;,

12:20:! P. 31.Leave 'I Afternoon Tea .. .._..r. .51 i':;: .
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Havana for Key West' Thursdays and Mondays, Ia Carte .. . -. ;' I
or a ,
v. i-
,Leave 6:30 p.Key M. West for Port Tanya Thursdays and Mondays Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with -r. S :h. ., .

Ticket, Rerration and Information at Ticket Office ea &. Casino ,. .. S ,-
Masseur in Attendance : .eq .
Dck. "Phone 71 r "I'
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-" now. The wild and luxuriant West and that'discretion'':t was ed with pirates' bloo I The captain drag UJ3.I pouifcd of fish from '

.Deputy Sheriff In Hauptmann Trial growth seems t*' be reaching out ter than an Impromptu swim' bjt.i knows his! history and his and Gulf dance of Mexke half the in the night af\to th'j

over the road and constantly en- one of the lagoons that '" tales rang doubly true: when heard strains of .
Spanish music
croaching on the4 clearing aroundthe bandy to tha road. '1 in the dim light o/ a gloomy dun-,

Writes Interesting Story RelativeTo wharf. The warm, lan oro.a 'Key West Where Hospitality I gecftv below, the tottering walls of!. gorgeous better man trojtjenJ than moot I am., yeu Cunga area .

air brings! a lazy carefree feeling Reigns I an ancient fort. |I Dhin!

that might prove disastrous to Arriving in Key West, we. Then are mol rn fortificationshere
I will Xrite
Officers'VisItlo Island northern blood if long subjectedto : ceeded to. the, center of pre-I al.o. Thick walls of steal and: to this one reqmeat. Ifyou I
Florida, do fail
CityJohn I go not to
its spell. There are pelicans search pf accommodations. We concrete, disappearing guns and' visit Key Wast.-but if you do, I
and those awkward and yet curiously -, hailed a uniformed, policeman aad anti-aircraft armament of the I caution to
I you be sung that your
graceful bird are constantly i we soon learned he' wa*I Captain latest type. These! we alse saw. An ."will"
Painter deputy sheriff i ia am surprised-Savannah is larger wheeling low over the water -! power u.j DonreJ'\than your
: b
Everett Riva
> !, destined to. 41 our aquarium filled with tropical firth i"
I busier than 1 expected to findit. 'won'awn.. If it is not, .
charge of the press at the trial of and ,,in search,.of food*' or coming]:guiding angel while here and possessing of all colors known to the spectrum -: \nay-say: "I *.'t leavi this yo
and fortythreemiles w eve.s
Eight toreat on the pilings ajmost*,,with-l t: ,one' of the most winning was on oar lietf; tW golf n

.Bruno Hauptmann, .ha a delight.. from the Courthouse at in arm's, reach. Holding-, 'r personalities it has ever been my course, the airport, cigar 'fac glace. JOHN R. PAINTKR.:

,Wily entertaining,.. of his tripto Flemington we are tired and turn ,enormous beaks at., .*f thiir'l I pleasure to meet. Thereat of our toner: Such'' genial treatment for: NOTE: I have
much n6 connection
hotel for
in at the first I '
angle they cock an expectant all"toQ s1 or staf'here' under tourists is :in someay' to be:
West in tho March 7'issue needed rest.Morning ? I with any realty firm in Key, West.Nor .
,... Key. in our direcion: ready \for I his 'dif. dion; it seemed'as tho out expected from, people who live in, I under '
: Riding along a beautifully morsel,that falls their,,, I Io I am any obligation tot .
of the Hunterdon County Democrat "y. .1. lightest whim was his command a place that enjoys the finest. the Chamber: of Commerce
of that
curving stretch of highway o The boat is at last (in'land: we and if there was one place, in the climate in the United States and. place. : 5.uicu

published in Fleminfton N.I I lined and arched overhead with drive aboard crowding bumper to city of any interest that we failedto I is surrounded by vraers that offer:!

,J.. live oaks and palms )hung with that bumper. The capacity is '.21 cars see. I cannot imagine where it the finest fishing anywhere in the BENJAMIN LOPEZ ........'..' : -

strange gray moss that streams I and there is scarcely an inch to I world. FUNERAL HOME -
The writer of the articl. arrived was.A j.
from every limb and seems to sub. 'spare. We are away at last! on a good night's rest found us The possibilities for reM pleasure -I Established 49 Years I : .

in Key West on February 21..ccompa.aied sist on air. The sun filtering thru I four-hour trip over the crystal early abroad. The captain pickedus I are limited here only by oae's Key: West's Oldest M t

gives the impression of rolling I clear waters of Florida Bay. up and we spent the day visiting i physical endurance.. If you can 24-Hour Amhnlanco Service
A. Keith Bar- I
by thru a veritable wonderland like Schools of brilliantly hued fish old ruined forts, whose history 1 1I tramp around ruined forts and Licensed Embalmer

rowcliff under sheriff of HaDt.1 I Alice experienced. I streak away from the bows'as we:I was an open book the pages stain along coral beaches all morning' Pho*' 135 NWat 696.Wr . .

erdon County Oden Ahead there is an archway bearing plod our way along almost scrap I I U
; the inscription: "Welcome to ing; the bottom in places. An occa-i -----

deputy sheriff in charge of the Florida." There is a cheer from fcional barracuda may be* seen j

I the rumble seat as we go thru. lurking near the bottom or flash ABOVE
jury and Paul AUater deputysheriff
Miles slip by-it becomes warmer ing away at express-train 'speed. Hoodwinked'by TOE MURK

of the court room at the I by the hour. The St. John's River Sponges are much in evidence, he
... ... I looked like a scene from the up- some of them enormous. These
trial. I, tyoilit ,
:flaeptmanu!. per Amazon as we speed across lire! known as "Captain's hats"and

On their arrival here they I the bridge to Jacksonville. Palmetto are said to be of little value. ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

lined streets, live oaks andtree' There are numerous)islands along DEPRESSIONSs
..Ml : n;' t, J1a; .: ;ti..t 'j !1 ic. / To wet the oric'fcul Dsvi s"tOO% Pare Flint ; .
with; l strange foliage that I the little of coral and 4
.ll.l -,.. t-M 'l, way gems 1Csire14AA$ IN ntbOMiiA(

...jni company with.Captain b'' That cannot is name Jacksonville.. Spacious ,hoiyes.. dense lackpf'; ;(growth,drinking uninhabited waV.ter. k 'for, .vJs 180%BALTIMORE.D Pr Paint- huoatt- -t been tartar ADCfD tADll 1 l 11,; STATE

rhair'w.and : . misted but never duplicated.
South,,again: rearing the. coast ..,They bring back ,memories ofl vis 100% Pure Paint fonforuts; with '?

"t expressed themselves as being now. 'St Augustine,' .oldest of' ,all red sashes,, cutlcsses: pistols j i 1 Pur* point l w* and u, the only pvnttbst ar"t"""' ..,', i'osperity. ; -

d.Ught It t esr and ywt 'arid beautiful. t 'The trunks' of the buried treasure of pirates. { p cs ri
1 palms'fining'ihe ,Istr eetq\ have. the We are on shore once mare and far !awaitedbappyi; 'wor'd.11/Already the pu &..Ckf>)local realty-

y smoottj 'white ;Appearance of':conrete7 speeding rapidly toward. what is : fbck this Guarantee on the Label.... ; has quick': .ned/ Soon all builneis1'! .11''be throbbing the

;e wblch twjt s the cf *;,Residents. seem to vie with actually "land's end. It is i dusk' a best apcooMctuo tvitA any a.A.r Pkmi*Au>ul cti>r.rof MIX MBIIU-to uses .g---- I new tempo. Now isle time to'buy a' lot, to build, to ex-
a each other in the semi-tropical now and the road curves sharply; AO OUT rrftJlMU *r* etU by w u> BlttvmnJ cold chreyb Dealer only I
from Flem pand. This realty stands ready to aid
highlights of the trip luxury of yard and lawn. So on-.I 1 there are no warning signs. and THEBAlUVlSCa *<. wBALTIM.M.Mn> ; company you.

5 inf ton to Key West, is exception. ward to Daytona with its beautiful -!after slewing around an unsm.! I Ideal Spot for Apartment House A REAL BARGAIN-Waterfront '

and is reproduced stretch of beach. As far as the ,pected curve it was decided that G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet, property on' Key Largo at

illr'interesting r it is not surprising that speed rec- there' might be no hospital in Key frontier Hotel Casa Marina, Tavernier 150 ,feet fronting At.
= herewith rda are made here. I Irlllllllll.lIIIIIII".I'III"'II.lII.4T.4T1111114 Southern and Eastern exposure.Don't .
: . .
5 -_ _._ (antic Ocean, extending back to
miss this; it is a bargain.Listing
Spending the night at Daytona,
I (EDITOR'S NOTE: This descriptive -
we started for Miami after an ( ll No. 13. Overseas Highway; distance, 525
| article tells of a flying the feet fronting road from Overseas
r trip which took four deputy sher- early morning spin along ,. NONE BETTER-Entire block
beach. We winding along Highway to water. This is part of
are now
iffa-John Painter of Flemington, ; fronting Yacht Basin on North
r theauthor of this story; Paul the coast and pass thru town aft-I\ Beach ai.. 148 feet 6 inches by an estate that must be settled.

"Alvater of Flemington, Oden er town, all busily entering the 150 feet. This would be Meal spot 91,200 takes it. Act quick. List

Baggstrom! of Frenchtown, and height of the winter season. The FIRMSWho for private homo or Apartment ing No. 40.Improved.
UnderSheriff Keith Barrowcliff ocean, often visible now, is bluer 1 RELIABLE 'I House. Investigate while the

; of Clinton-to Key West Florida, than I have ever imagined it price is right. Listing No. 132. I property, Angela

: and back within a period of a :could be. The air is clear there ill ; street next to corner of Duval

week.) is no' haze or smoke and it is quite 1 Beantif located homo on North : street. Size, 99 by 94, 8 inches.

: '(By JOHN R. PAINTER) warm.Miami Beach Crowded Their Customers Service and Satisfaction Grounds fronting ever half Yacht block Basin.with : consists Improvement of two on one-story this property frame
Tfcis to be the most de.acrlptke >Offer ,
seems Dusk: we are crossing the'' large two-story .0.... buildings one used for business
: title to give to an ace
causeway to Miami Beach, behind fronts on three streets .propert'l and the other for dwelling. $1,600

wuirtof an express-like visit that and to our right is a picture thatis ,, .fefCse.eeeee.eeeeeee.......ees....erleeee...........soe.eseoe..e..a................ fered for half its actual takes it. Terms may b* arranged.
: was paid to Florida last week bythre oThe I Don't raise this bargain.
.almosjk beyond scrip I : Listing No. 218 A.
.'deputy sheriffs end the un- DELICIOUS I .
city of Miami is brillianttytIuminated 00"YOU : HEADQUARTERS FOR No. 17* .
der-sheriff of Hunterdon County in reds greens and yel I' 'CAKES sad PASTRIES: SWEET CLOVER. wTwostory Her is.a real home-Bungalow

That the trip was speedy one 10. against thee deep rose flush I ? MARINE CURIOS : homoFlagler having 7 rooms, all modern .i...
.. CM* bereadily understood-when,'11& ;' '. NEEDMoNY. : e CONDENSED MILK Avenue, oorner property, ideal lo I 80 trees more
rose or
of late sunset. Here Is something SOUVENIRS ;
c.Uolj..t the .home are
s is explained that the east coast yon
in 10 different kinds of
itself into '" ;
that carves my memory : ASK FOR IT AT
loekinc for. Liutiag No. 24S.
the west
and of .
: a good portion
makes nye catch my breath and if We buy anytbJac in OLD : Fishing Tackle. odaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORK fruit trees and two bearing grape
coast visited also including
was a block
U vines. Located half
Furnished on*
I[ see nothing else the trip will not Exceptional Bargairi- .
: stopover at the southernmost cornS have been unpleasant. Miami COLD-Watch". Chains. > and .Films Same quality and weight as S home on Whitehead from City Park in a most desirable

munity in the United States Beach is impossible; we can find 1 Pins, Rings and Dental + : :Ql&monda.Yat hes and : other higher priced condensed street in exclusive neighborhood, I. neighborhood. Near school church
: Kty West. All this in less than and Yacht Basin.. Site of lot 80
heads; : milk. fronting Coral Park and beautifulview
no place to lay our weary Jewelry :
: one week. the place is full to overflowing. 1' Bridge Work.. C of ocean. No better location by 90 feet. Price, 5500. Terms,
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: The return to the sheriff's: office Returning to Miami, after some] e Watch and JewelryDISTRIBUTED BY- could be found and. the price is half cash. Listing No. 120.

after the delivery of Bruno search we find a small hotel near Florida Gold Refiners Our,.to.Serv. Gks Repairing right. Listing No. 265.
: Hauptmann to State's Prison, was TRUJILLO BROTHERS k Seven-Room Bungalow in most
the edge of the city and obtain seat Pastries are
: marked by that feeling of "let the last available room 604 Duval St. Phone 347 --t; ; GROCERY S Her. is your opportunity for desirable residential section. All
: down" that was bound to follow In the morning a quick swing Malone Y : JOHNSON income property-Location. Unit. modern conveniences. House in the

: the six weeks of extreme tension around Miami rewarded us with a I U. S. Govt. Permit : PHONE all : Colonial Hotel Bldc. Division and Thomas Streets ed street near White street. best of condition. Open plumbing,

under which: all employed here glimpse of those great Pan-Ameri- Southern exposure. Improvements etc. This is a real bargain; $3*
: worked. This trip was suggested: airliners soaring from 1 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeJowfiak. e, ....oee .. consists of two small cottages new. 500 takes it. Terms can b* ar-
can away
as a kind of antidote and was conceived with its load of SELECT SEA FOODS ::; I ly r.paired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. 91.
the water passenger .1 i HAPPY DAYS \ the other. Terms
in min HERB one and rent can
: planned twenty
utes. Time was limited and funds *. I counted this craft 32 passengers it floatedat stepping 1 2 Iha. _ __ _ 3Sc JOHN C. PARK i INSURANCE be had and the price is right. List. Unimproved Building Lot. Six,
into .
Yellowtait Steak, 2 Ihs. 35c. .
limited few lug No. 49. 50 by 150 feet location Eagle
: were even more so, a ;
the dock, looking like a large 1 Yellowtail on. Bone, 2 11... 25c. : 1

hours later we were well under winged yacht. Minutes later it was Grouper, 2 Ibs. -- JSeI 328 SIMONTON ST.Office; : 319 Dural Street U For location this cannot be Avenue Price, $550., Meacham Terms can subdivision b* arrange*

.' way. swept from the water; by four' ,Snappr.Zlba.-" .25clfatbtlyutt I Ii" beat-Corner lot, fronting ocean,
ed. No. 92.
r- Listing
8:00 PJH. Pour person I in a .roaring hv, >tobband was sOon lost ( : 8 lb. = .ZSC -. next to Hotel Casa Marina, paved .
;:1 small carfKijting South. M night sigh- -if.4 in ..direttio ECiibah : "! -- --4 :' .stre.t'aad.sid.iralkp'Ad' sea wall ,Uln tit i ..""l-. j Hr ._" .
VJIlarg* Select OystereTraESH PLUMPING: I j TELEPHONE NO. 1 .r ii F } his Pin4 K/y-
H fllm Ct,'Aipt .
found u pi 5rica.n, ml,,.) t t'toU ; i ', 11-J; 1 :1 I a fronting rep Fej/t11n>.liati rat. this i rP11PAfMItlenlAq ;
:. Washinstreets almos. d rted ring lead of the.giant SHRIMP ,A IOOth! ..r '. ,,,, . :-:... at'erelu pNpettJ..i O. b0/ sold.; ($. J 1 wrterrfro
andria;. sIiit soutn '."In OUND . i a tai"'' .Spae bJaIliME, '.., 1.ic*,,$3.-
Pfait e our nwe II" .erl1A ,, -THE- Try Your'M iUsUng'tfafloftlor' *'
: rain that foilo ed Us !-y 1. :'tAt ""nf; ., 500. Terms half cash. An,,.ad4i-
ting once tid DestinationtheM E .. I r.iua: jft"IOI
-I till dayliBr1f o hours)laferVeaf" { om ; q + Mack)I '-:;.- DUROnUMbo: PB_ .,.: : - Ddmoniea l J'R',t'afl1lU11.4,::: : ..j i kf"'rrU8. .WwSlAln\ : lV! "a: .Is f"ltll\.3 ,{mlof, ,,wtr ff* Ug..
eb .lm : b7i1,49Qaef.R, fUoiftinf itkipproper.fy
: stand wa .J'14 at dumbe fatlt 4t'6Uysea'isdting r. .JrJ. f'W-A I
.' more rai tl J jt, ; ; J EE\'110 ..,\PLUMBING"90PKiIBS. '::1 < Budweiser Beer' =----?? :J j5p rooms and kitchen on.first' floor;, .I I. l!4 bpA/frhiiJP n.II"fl"'ir "
r. fQr theillfhnythat j S COmltt: \: :I
... 'fo.r b.4 : en scond: .a. ..Would .make. .ie of "'
that were iscoura'g" !>-' was to carry us to Key West. LOWE FISH : : : Six Course Dinners,* .---. rpgmsad .,,71 I' . ? "/ ,Prf"
x floor all modern, conveniences; ertykthen 400 byj-400 l.eL. Take
= ,
North Carolina: excellent high- There' are; several cars ahead in . .P8QNE..W t PHONED: ,... _ --__-...... SOc, 75*. and g5eY instantaneous water heater and rl advantage" of this offer. ListingNo.
and towns becoming farther .Urij"and
way the line r adi
I and farther apart each town and 1 it is.evident that goth our wait will be .vc..***.*.****.******.***...**.......****'.. ..": .... ................e....................... electric pump; garage, etc. 'This be 71.Her .
village showing the effects of the I O is part of an estate that must
considerable after looking at the settled. in tho best of is Real Snap i in WaterFront
: IT : Property I n
depression Homes badly in need OYSTERS WILL SURPRISE YOU
smudge of smoke that is the boat Attention Housewives! co.diti.d $1,80O cash takesit. Property in business sectionof

:! "For of paint Rent", vacant signs,stores as tho, not the own.even far down on the horizon. I start a. SERVED. ANY STYLE : ill :To see the PRETTY GIFTS SI Worth doubleListing No. the city-Six* 134 by 216 feet.
conversation with one of the local J.:
C and NOVELTIES Machine shop and lumber shed e a
I at 264.
1 er realized the hopelessness of'se I 75c I We are now offering 3
fishermen. There are about a dozen Extra U t* select, quart property. $18,000 takes it. Terms
curing a tenant. of their craft tied to ,,'barf.' Standards. 70c n : in small
I : up quart : J THOMPSON'S FREE grades of If you ace one-third cash. Listing No. 155.
South Carolina now: still that lie points down the beach. There C individual Islands act before
excellent highway. Acres of cotton I are a large crew of men working, :. a:> y : MUSEUMOyster AMERICAN prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner property.
fields last year's cotton stand. some steam shovels and other con- Saadwicke.foe : O V J2jK-&il Ab 324 Margaret Street locations are rightOur exclusive Size 50 by 100 feet. In.the
ing in brown withered rows. To- Filet Sandwiches . 10* : t
struction equipment was fill wants.
appar ;
.Things that your friends will listing can your main business block: en ;:Devalstreet.
bacco fields, empty and forlornnow ent. This is to be the approach fora All Other Sandwiches.Transportatiod Co., Inc. J appreciate. Come in and J _at- Is offered at a great sacrifice
= ; negro shanties, ramshackle mammoth that is to be see Water front property on Big
bridge FAST and RELIABLE a them. for a quick sal*. Take ad-
\ and unpainted. The sun has final- Hot Souse Every Saturday J Pin Keys near hotel and post .of
constructed over the keys, completing S : 25c; 20c and 15 cWELLS' 'lye t/antag of this opportunity Listing .
ly broken thru the cloudrack and the highway to Key West. : RAILY.FREIGHT. SERVICE Your next LybsterjCrab Din- : fie*, fronting 300 feet of water No. 64.

it is definitely warmer. An old He informed me that the labor _. LUNCH ROOM ( I .t. '.! J Infonisation- :Del' will be math more delicious e and 400 feet on County Road. t

negro woman; sitting on her doorstep consists of veterans sent from Hn 'o. 900 SOlltharA Street .if iUs baked and,1 .ervfd in our. STAR COFFEE MILLS This location cannot be better. Th Most desirably located pro,.,.

enjoying the sun and a corncob Washington that are the remnants f..I:) e,' >t 517'P" [, PH.L\flE: 269..M'' S Giant Scallop o'r Heart Sea Green StP6ca 256 price U right and terms can be arevanged. ty on Southard street. Six. 80

pipe. Negro children playing of the Bonus Army. This bridgeis I' .11' 1"n I t\uu1 : JAS.D: BAILEY.Agent' : -' I ar t : . e t I Listing No. 79. feet, 2 iskch** by 137' I****, Improvements

in a dooryard. A1 slim young the one topic of conversation on e***e.********.***.*****.*****.****....1 cv....e.* .)...e c., .. Acreag on Big Pirn Key. This consists of a twostoryeightroom1
negro riding on a half 4 I e home Iro.tia.Stla.
grown I the keys and indeed the future of *
4 is water front on the Atlantis -
bull. I sawmy first razorbacks : the area seems to be closely bom I In QIN Vr THE I ::Bin% Animal. KahJ PRITCHAW) PLANTS, FLOWERS, o and fronts property Newfound and street and a six-room aettage. ,
hog-a sullen loutish' fellow 1,1 fronting alley in rear of
with property.
S Harbor Key. Six of property, ISO
( standing near the road. He jump it.W. Arrive In the Tropics PLAZA RESTAURANT : MOUNTED :: 'VINES acres. Th pric. is right. Terms: Fint $2.700 takes U. Listing,No.
s' ed with surprising agility as we I FUNERAL HOME' 197.
: blew our horn in passing. Vast We are fairly in the tropics CECIL GRAY.TAXIDERMIST : ; Cocoanut Plant, each IS* a One-third wlt. and balance can I

;: stretches of pine; I keep wonder. I f y*. .ar* accustomed Ie ; Hibiacua Plants, each lOe.XScBougainvtllea be arranged.. Listing No. 69. I A Cottage having 7 rooms and

ing if it is Ponderosa pine of trials MUNSON ISLANDFISHING dining at 'home; you will liatl : Dlaalli. ay .. ieConrteiy : Red er Pure Ideal Horn, Sit On North I bath in most tUsirabU l.catlou.U .

fame. C AMP'Operated THE PLAZA a norel and ...: : : pIe -.. . SOe U $10)0Poiniettia Be*.Unimproved, corner I.t.: best of condition, .n lot SO by

J We are in Georgia now: it Is by R. M. Ellison joyabl e.xprience. : a' : : Plants, SOe U $ljyxCrotanf six 99 by ISO fe|, fronting: 65 foot, located oa Southard street,
Beat Coast Fin Work At R.. ... .
i warmer but still a kind of rawness Fishing o tires streets, riparian rights. This sear Whit* ...*.t. Owner offers
cash .........,_.. 25
Guides and Boats Available LICEN81D EUBALMER *
in the air that penetrates. able Price U th* spot t* build your homo *n, this proprty for $3,000 if sold lath
Sea Food BREAKFAST. : Tub Caps erck .._.....,.,, !aa
t Hlore negro shacks and more long -Fishing : and the .ri,. U right. Listing next 60 days. Listing N*.

I stretches of sandy woodland; the Boating-Bathing LUNCHEON : fHONE C Ask... Serri** : Koul 4pua '1'- N.. 212. 189.

.; trees everywhere are scarred from Write for Reservation. Pos SUPPER : :
Office Ramrod
: the application of turpentine cups. : L C : LADY .AT1 aKD.HT Se etk
Accessible by Rail or Auto to 801 Fl.miafcStryc' FbridaNvMiT
The highway away Ramrod PLAZA RESTAURANT : :
: ahead seemingly without turn or .' Phn. Wt CathnrUk St. MM
end. Camp Boats Meet Guests SOlO'... ltret : KEY WEST, FLA. I irba. au Merer Slet p .
Rattit $5.00 Per Day-

*-_$ayan-sSight..h brings-843 us Savannah. I, American Plaa ..I v"IIII.lI.lil.l.l.l.lI.l.l.lI.J/TII.I.I.I.lI.I'.lI'I .llj ltpy lid OWs& 619 FIsming! Ste P p Bolt _

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STEAMSHIP LINE LONG'S STORE FOROPERETTM\ ------------------------ --------- ----------- --- HEARING TUESDAY

I II Mrs. R. A. Gesaell left yester- l\r.\:! J. A. Valdes left yesterday -

!I day afternoon for- a visit in Mi' afternoon for Miami called
_ Nina de Lisa Leslie j NOW IN EFFECT
I ami. | there by the illne- of a sister-
'PHONE 752-J FEATURE MANY NEW STYLESIN Charm and beauty is to be the T. E. Brooks, charged with obtaining -
I key rote in the stage setting for I
.. ............................................... I HOUSEHOLD FUR. I IH "Mi=a Cherryblo.; i| NEW ARRANGEMENTS WENT lit the High School was on a brief visit to Miami on yesterday by train from Miami [1- to defraud, was given a
Plans For :.I N1SH1NGS 1 1t }business) returned yesterday.' after with
Arranging Spring \' INTO FORCE WITH ARRIVAL . . j.ip. veiling relatives. hearing before Rogelio Gomez
I : H I '" 'J"f IA" ,|
: ' : .
: I'4''| The High School feels'Tprlun- justice of the peace yesterday aft
Festival And Fashion Review:,\ OF.CUBA: FROM TAMPA THIS ,. kl' ;ite'l"ndet'd'in 1 b eing'able fo'secure' "Mrs.. Elaine McCoy arrive,(i I Mr*. 1!. I. Fogle.ho was ernoon. I

r ,--. : Announcing; )fce advance sl the'Rerv it'! of James1 Burnett' of front Charleston, SJ: (X1: ye4erday:rpending a while with friends, After hearing the testimonythe
I .MORNING I: showing household furnishings: ? 'd to attend the funeral of. her left afternoon for her
yesterday committing magistrate advised
'. I 1' the FEHA staff and itls
forward for the home-cooked foods and candies "
1'lans ,, ;
are | |
: Furniture
at 80O
Long's .Store..
: father Jeaquin Barro< ter- home .
Henry La' Cagnina an"artist of1tc'a : :o. ye in Ohio.Lieutenant the defendant that the court found
t annual! Spring Festival and Fashion ladies .
ftrved. and the following street, advertU '
i Fleming a page? : ; and'builders of day afternoon. j i j sufficient- cause for holding him
I Review to be given by the be in of the various With thearrival of the Stearo- ment in. tjl!, j jssuei features peft',( : s jTefigners ;
:i: will charge; I IUbles I . : : ''fhe'Ftige'setting to be'"died in W. Curry Harris for trial at the next term of criminal
Key West Woman's Club at the : Mr!. Arthur Pastorini. 'IL shift, Cuba this morning from Tampa .:I':styles jjx m at

t Public Library on the afternoon I ;the )h ioee. . : } ;JPJ 1 'r they arrived yesterday for a vi:<"with I over the highway last night for
.11. : U-ho ; a $300.
W. attended
March Jth.. I i L Sandwiches; :Mrs. Stephen- the new schedule of sailings Between ;rAl' Christmas
or f illay, j : After severalmonths of cart"f\111 her mother Mrs. J. B. J ohnOn'and I'hort'iit with the family and
f This Fe:tival has been much en-i- Douglass, Cakes and Pies; 1.1 u" I that port, Key- West and I i buying. Mr.[ Lqng has informed,\' Verpers program given' by' the other relatives. '
music department will remember J'will tomorrow morning return to] Richard B. Hanson of FredericlUon.
and caused much favorable Robert Lord Candies Mrs. Haydn I
joyed ; Havana, was inaugurated by the The Citizen that his store is now
camp of the National Guard units N. B.. Canada's.11-'' *
1 the effective and impressive setting I I
comment in past years- and is be '"Jlliogworth, Salad Mrs. Norberg P. and O. S. S. company. I!stocked with as complete a stock I!I| of that and G. D. Barcus, of the state plant I at Matecumbe. ter of Trade and Commerce- born
: particularly
looked- forward to with hempen.' Cold Drinks Mr!'. W. program '
ing a great ;
The vessel sailed this after- i of spring furniture ta can be!1 1I '1' the reproduction of the board, has been added to the I I I: at St. Andrew's, N. B., 56 years
deal of anticipatory pleasure this P. Archer, Ice Cream.i I
I found in city this size. However I local vnit in this I
any now duty
.1 on
An effort is being made to reach noon, will) return to Key West beautiful cathedral window used. I Carl Rom senior radio elec- ago today.
next jo> to get the! i area. I _
year.Mrs.. O. S. Long, who has BO every- member of the Woman's Saturday and.sailing in the after I merchandise into the homes of > This work was done by Mr. Bur- ; ____ I II I trician with the lighthouse depart-1 accompanied by S. M.
handled the fashion review in '' Club to ask her help and I I,, nett, and everyone is anticipating I i ment who was in Tampa on an They were
ably cooperation noon for Havana will remain" there I I this city, he explains. j Mrs. Howard \VVatherford, who; Moore, father of the captain, who
for "Miss '
setting Cherryblosi !- inspection arrived
j I yesterdayI
the part, will again have charge I I I in making this forthcoming J JI until Monday morning when fhe As a means of folding this prob- !i '!was visiting for two months with was in Key West- for a short stay
.. I 'i to be as lovely or even surpassing I I by plane called here by the
of this of the Festival, Festival outstanding. If member I
phase any I lem he has begun a campaign with I friends- at Long Beach Calif. his in
returned to
re- anti
I overlooked the club I I will sail for Key West. in its charm and beauty.Today I'death! of Mrs. Rom's mother, Mrs.
sisted by the members of the Key : should be inducements which cannot I
be over-j turned to the city this week. Marathon.
I 1-- II j[
West Junior Woman's Club. ]' take3 this opportunity to a.-k her This new schedule, it is said, jI Sarah Pinder.- i
looked. This is a store wide event I _ _ _ _
I II I I __ !
As l is customary, there will bei I Ia I to come forward and give the was adopted to give an opportunity and comes at a most opportune'I: ; .i t : .1.1I. I Peter Schutt manager- of Hotel -
wide assortment of delicious \, club her help and support. In History I | Fred Kchne, engineer with the
to travelers to Havana to time when people ere thinking of 1] Casa Marina, left yestertiay1 I I Bumstead sWo nnSyf p pr.

spend the week-end in the Cuban I I modernizing their homes and fixing -.,1 I.................SSSSSS. for a brief stay with his brother Great Northern Railroad, and
I Mrs. Bohne, of Wilmar, Minne. rUldnn .. aural of _." TTlur
up for spring and summer. I II |I Schutt of ,...........
capital and return to the states I 1822-Historic help-wanted ad. George manager Long Cfr..IIUSS ar* IT :NMtKHDrcplt
In this advance .J*I sota. yesterday. and aregues'ts FAILII. M.rrt1v ...! tmmrmmmu
after an absence of three days. spring showing rtif.ment: in the St. Louis :.n.: Key Fishing Camp. I' of Xrt anil'Mrs J' "' ,"E. E. 'WilI .twsuds' It ..s.tah.a f.U .S..

I- An05hl.W ShIJ'NuilQo34nighjA ; i. Many" travelers to Havana ex-I I special'i' l, attention'lineartied'by&'toFurniture :JiaVbeen: a4iiAj i' 4 :I ttlQif R {;y'"Gen. Williim I _" ... ". 1-I!I mini i; at the "Bo'mK'onwWfiM: : \: m- _=." ,slit,.S'Sl'b'6a. .; ;.PIt........'. 44 seer ywr5by1.

I I the summer U,4shlqy.xlThi1! for 100 "enter- Mrs. R. B. Curry left 'yester-j r ;(It'' t. ut"'l{ !lllau L ," ... An' W ftIoMIttlcl.....

..1 11 I pre1'St'dthe'wis. '- .... to spend Sunday Store. 'An{ attTaJaveJ I priijijg jiojJtj inen" to ascend the day afternoon for Miami'where]I "'. (' -')"t. '. 'i; .1.1Ib.'l I r - '.

miscellaneous hpwer for dolj bride. and: lipOO1.; merginiWIcb" in 11avii'a.butdid J not care to i Simmons, offer ufsrad& o'n;ffertu'tyrest : : i J'i'i*!lt Hirj) 'Rj- s'. OjMts sources (sto she will be the guest of .her' son ' -"
.Ji wait until Wednesday to return. mattresses'vt nch '. lx I'I ',, ain John I. :jftor ? U&ISIVt. .J.. fl fet-lll Ift ,., ...*
\ i :
*" 'c.o 'Mr.and' i.l.uuiii.J? \ : ( *
1 :
Vhole FuntThr uf.X and
3ri'19rf'lt! t6.4e 'Krifcto ; brought '!irtn 'rtfuVh; coin'.vtziq I jf : daughter-in-law *
j th'e i sold'to 100JuVfomer.s.onlhe'! > 1 I aviation L'tps. .!I ] Mrs. 1fjtoie'who4 (
Under '
; old schedule it wasneces..ary only | . : 'ItiJoe ',, nt', ;
::4rriarrialt ttioLJoejW1 1ijpeaiwBt1ake mt'rtt'fram'tfcPfcHeRUU\ | ; I .' 3Wtq1S52'U'rIeJ.Tom's+- t MfK. Richard Curry. / ) .i' The US I 1 l'a i >i,,T ,ti.. ji 'it/iiiu
.to"leave on Friday and club plan, an unusually *ma1i down: _. .. \vere ai nom of
Cabin"first i :! n.\ esi
iris vheld1 t *\ s VlJx. 'jt'i.i.n "Iilltqt
> tdmorrowt k AAmong>vnbe:atUnding/
ph\ee : tne.taptain, lrothejnlaw and 1
and s
return Saturday or remain over in payment a [?,jaH'4eekrjr) .pay I ; w1
::I 'ellterpajl y,iuft lIiat i 'M 1'&.MiL: tlthHveltlWere }JXsmLh ll,. ,:Mdse!: Cuba until Wednesday.The ment. came out in book form. Saunders, Cecil Curry,;, \ir.i'ni'h'M'ii and, J St tJuLi';s1 IctorlJo:;iiJ' oi'rT'Filter -

lard Johnsofi,,at the home,4f Mrs. Mrs..Edmun&awyer, Mrs. Raph! I present schedule permits During this advance spring I:I 182C-Col. James W. Fannin Horace Aguero, and Charles' fatt, left yesterday"over th'e,highway -

Jeff Knight on Washington Johnson, Mrs. Fred Mathews, the I travelers to arrive in Key West showing all sales will be made at i and his company of 500 Texans Suarez. members! of Battery "E" for Birmingham, Alabama.
I| Marguerite t Florida National Guard in ,
street. I Misses! Florence Crusoe, now -
Saturday at noon, sail within the cash prices on easy terms as I surrendered to Mexicans on condition WHAT ARE NORMAL EYES?
The game of Michigan was Gohhorn, Barbara Carey, hour for Havana, spend Saturday I shown in the advertisement in this, they would be sent back to ,'service on the keys, returned to ----
with Miss Barbara I I I Alberta Elwood Islamorada after .. Normal eyes are round, rest
played Carey Beba Marquez, yesterday a FAST FREIGHT SERVICE !
night, Sunday: and Sunday nitrht! if we. However, a premium of U. S.-over 300 slaughtered by
winning high-score pri e, Miss!i Dorothea Elwood, Edith Russell! I I later week-end- visit with their families. .. in perfectly shaped sockets,
I there and returv Monday afternoon I 10 percent discount will be given Mexicans[ in prison a week
Edith Williams second prize and Susan La Kin, Annie Gardnec, I j are properly curved and focus
to Key West.11A.pDN for cash with order on the entire instead.
consolation award going to Mrs.][I Betty Curtis!, Edna Gomez Anna I line with the exception of items John Davidson, good-will representative NEW YORK I together upon objects under

Fred Mathews. Delicious refreshments Tuttle, 'Norma and Clara Yates, i jly: Simmons which have a nation. 1918-German airplane drops of one of the large I observation Delicate nerves

were served the guestsjand !I I Nellie Louise Russell, Alee Curry, I ally advertised resale price, on balls of liquified mustard gas on sporting goods manufacturing and BOSTON and muscles! control their focal
Miss Nell Rose I Edna Mae Saunders U. lines. power and movement.
was presentedwith Russell Vivian which there- is no cash discount. S. companies, and widely known i

many beautiful gifts. I !. Romelda Johnson, Faye ; COSS5', | tenor, was an arrival yesterdayby From Key Welt alternate Friclavi Unfortunately, few eyes are
Special- decorations were made I I Adams Shirley Velasco! Helen I 1033-Dr. .Albert Einstein's plane from Miami and is the I exactly round and few eye-

for, the occasion, with green as!I Russell; Catherine Shuck, Martha by I NEWARRIVALATPRITCHARD home;. in Germany searched for I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert From New York alternate T_.- sockets perfectly formed. There

the color scheme and a further j i Carbonell. Ada Rodriguez, Cath- \V' HZWDLR/ I arms and ammunition. SpOt.LIWOOd.complexion. daysI are as many different shape

interesting note consisting of ai I lerine I Diaz, Phillips Gomez and HOME From Boiton alternate Saturday: of eyes as there are I'

tiny modern little house with sj J!I! Gerry Steadman. LawnsTHE I 1 I Ir 1934-Code of fair competition I I tAll,. NEW ORLE.\N'S.. KEY WEST faces. That is why so many

._ I for grain exchanges approved- by I' Jf you/we 4 \ AllrrmateV..l.r.d.y.. Arrlr people require glasses. M
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PRESENCE of moss on J president. I II 1 pimply blotchy I Keytr.t -*..4 day f.ll.wlBff.ICLYDEMALLORY. I Have your eyes examined by

Ohio Residents your lawn indicates either a sour Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Pritch.]I .... .Q..I[ -
Greatly Enjoy SS
or impoverished soil. For the I ard! announce the arrival of a son .

I first' apply hydrated lime and at their home, 901 Division street.'Today's BirthdaysJohn I I hyResinplto wt ;j JinMJ : Orthofea Soft Lit. UC.BM*
Recent Visit To Island nature heal l
CityMessrs. for the second use a good qualityof March 12. The man !baa .help c'. 11'. SMITE Ageas.Lt:1 -
fertilizer. Practically any soil on young J..o............ ... .... such surface, etectS/ 532 Duval Street
however will be benefited by an t(been named Harry Shelsby Pritch- I { : -

William Bates, II. Boya- seen daily on the Country Club application of lime .followed a ard.< .. J.. of Washipgton. p jJ- .+ ;. ._ .. ..
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john and'JohnPitz; aU-of'Coh1m-1 course, and also can boast of eXcellent week or two later by fertilizer. i j Mother and baby are reported,. I b.) C., lawyer. president of the ,

bu, Ohio, who were for1several catches with their fuhing. Do not .apply S both. S close S together. { as doing nicely. American Peace Society. exIl'terf I -
diys of B. J. Skinner, ai ta te Commerce Commissioner! -iI.i.i& "It .-
i On GRASS SEED .to fine tad light :I.. .... t
night ,
winter visitor to Key West, left! they were and should Dot be sown on windy SS SSSS.CSSSSSSSS II born at Norwalk, Wi's.. 74 years,

on Monday for Tampa from *with Mr. Skinner, members of the days. Very early In the rooming 1 Today' ago. L .

whence they will proceed to Co- group of revellers at the popular or Just before sunset there is - .1

lumbus.! 1 I I I Habana-Madrid Club, and on Sunday generally a little while when AnniversariesI..e.a.e. Prof. Paul S. Epstein of the
there is no wind. :
These gentlemen, on their- in-i 1 i I afternoon joined those parti- S S S S California Institute of Tech I

itial visit to the Inland City, enjoyed cirating in the regular Cocktail WHERE grading has been done, I' nology. noted physicist, born in cMonzi4'f4ccu/w

immensely their brief so-j j Hour at Karl's Club Miramar. be sure the ground has fully I i 1777-Edmund P. Gaines. noted Poandt! 52 years ago. !

journ hare, and expressed them- Each of this distinguished party settled before you make your American commander in the
lawn. It is difficult to get rid Thomas! Cochran of New York
relves with the charm I of visitors hinetfa"
delighted announced !!
as I War of 1812, born in Culpepper
of the uneveneas after grass has ;
member of J. P. Morgan & Company
and tropical atmosphere prevail 1 having more than enjoyed- his
I come. Co., Va. Died in New Orleans,
ing., stay, and intend to return at a S S S 'f June C, 1849. born at St. Paul, Minn.. 64; ,

They are all enthusiastic atig.ler I. Ir4er date for a more extended- AFTER you have applied Lawn years ago.Deniamino. .

and golfers!' and were to be j I| visit bf'reI -. Enricher or Fertilizer to your I 1804-Neal Dow: temperance
lawn go over the lawn with tbe"back Gigli, famed opera,
reformer, "father of the Maine .
of the rake so u to remove I
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tenor, born Italy, years ago.Wilfred
it from the leaves and then law" which put temperance in ell -I .:-- The gas range of today ___________________
that the fertilizer I
Much Interest In Rotary Ann wet thoroughly will get down so to the roots.- l ffect there back in 1851, born at J. Funk of New York'City ,brings 'you modern scientific
I I Portland, Maine. Died there Oct. I
S S S S there 57
publisher, born cooking at its bett-and mosleconomical.
Dinner-Dance Tomorrow NightI THE FERTILIZER used baa 12, 1897. years ago.
much to do with the color of .
--- your grass. A good lawn en- I 1811-Duke of Reichstadt ill-

Edward Strunk. President ofI I dance program arranged and pre richer will give you the rich deep fated son of Napoleon, born. Died 'N'T' FORGET TO SEE You have, first of all. the '
i 1 U
the Key We t Rotary Club has Richard Principale, di- green we all recognize as the Ji : M.. o
announced hat elaborate proper color July 22, 1832. "Miss '. Ch"g unrivaled'economy.of'gM fueljiibU I & if31 I itit i UI) ,Jm4
planni lecton / .
sl.-'kehik tom'pMt'd I fer'-the* Ro-'1;, TbiwilI: lIO&Jtht$5de,41ne.lof) S, .-tnlnure e" e ---- ajji .. ri .jaflji4rcI: 22 : .J, : ftrY"1mpo t factor in .41 '. UG\

'.tar Ann DiYinerDanciMofbe'held.temorro'w \ the DO NOT'use upon your 1828-Henrik Ibsen, famed l Auditoi4urGeneisl i. ;f d' '0 & Il t' riJ.A7'
outstandingievytitg the
of 'Art- lawn.Wfieri 'fresh it is filled Norwegian dramatist, born. Died High School ;: ;ki n 'lill".J .,
evening. \ at'' Casi' 'fa'.1! tire social seasoniund! :*.ill btlt-} with weed eeds and ,lt takes May 23, 1906. : Admi ion. .__....... 35c .. } tI",, I, ,
r I tUIS ;;
-Vina. months and months of attention
not sic
only by local' Rotariansanti' TIiefttJib' .rli-nOitMit.O
Reser'e4) '
"This Dfnner-Dance' tendered'"atirlnaltfr" ' !' their;p' rtnl1urnl! "Ut'\'i jsit t- before( 1 ILls sufficiently rotted to IJ344-Charles( pret- pss.age's: mo. n'.. a..J'' 07' 1l"(8t 111
1 ''Brgartza'ttbn"ltol! have-destroyed'the germination itself'ntostoperate' Oor.icaI tp.tI tI Jon4'"
by" the'? \ 5ng from"other"'tities' : II 15
.: a ot. the weeds and to be of value dent of- Harvard,.friiniUgfo. ...
Jo ; .
I i\e'ladles-\iives} ; Tot members and large number of'whonV'hav: VuIted ai 'a ferUUzer.)1. .- 1909. eminent citueru born n \\\\1.tIlIISPEND: /// ; 3:.rf fie{ evolutionary' 3i. to ,Iv
"<"Hh'r\ guefts, 1 U'exacted'to) be this"*' Key West during"'the 'winter/ . SC' Boston.' Died Aug., 22, 1926. "'J" vftejf" l I-irnm,r-Lrneri,-'I alone, _
)'ear a more than usually brilliant :, and some of whom a're still In the RAKE your grass!! before cutting. .' \ .
affair. i! Crab. grass and other weeds lie save' an almost unbelievable C
city.No clone to the ground and 1844-Robert Dollar Pacific YOURVAIATIDN D
A special' dinner menu has been effort has been rpared to ..niou'nt.of. gas! Oven insula-
sure getting cut With Coast shipping and lumber mrg- .
prepared for the occasion and make tomorrow evening a thoroughly most weeds, the growth is at the nate, born in Scotland. Died May Mon i .likewise, saves gas. The WTwA'trE4ivf! hll
there will be dancing following enjoyable one- and it is believed ends while with grass it is at l

dinner in the specially decorated : there will Lea- large and the base. S S S S 16, 1932. = THIS YEAR:; IN : exact amount of heat needed lU/mJnma/

ballroom of the hotelith a' enthusiastic attendance- is :always e.isily: obtainable-
IF YOU have a location whereIt 1845-Lucy M. W. Mitchell. Pon Yourt OLD RANOC
- --_._-- is difficult to get grass because archaeologist, historian of ancientart I FUJR IDA there is no wasted fuel.
of excessive shade, plant the Japanese
born in Persia of American
Mr. And Mrs. Class I -I : spurge (Pachysandra). It ( !
Mallory Chapter
torgcurllttLTH Ventilated' another
makes an attractive ground cover parentage) Died March 10, '. fresh-air ovens prevent food shrinkage- economy -

Arrive For VisitIWr. To Hold Meeting for such places. 1888. note. .
S S S S I /I/J'''' '''"\ .

IWr. Mrs. Herbert 1.. Closs A meeting of the Stephen- R. WATER your lawn thoroughly.A 18C9-Amelia Bingham. actress There's: the saving, also, in time and labor, that modern, convenient
Rood soaking every second or born at Hicksville", Ohio. .. .
Wt'l t' arrivals today from Lake Mallory Chapter. United Daughters third day In far better than a Died- Sept. 1. 1927. cooking-with-gas means to you. It takes away the drudgery

Mohawk, N. J.. and will remain- of the Confederacy, will beheld superficial wetting every day. .. makes efforf count. N
Light watering encourages surface your .
for a few days as guests at the tomorrow afternoon at ..:30) roots and the grass suffersif DIES TOOtSOON ) : <1 i

hcme of Mr. and Mrs.[ T. 1.. Pin- at the home o! Mrs. Frank Lad I tUer 3 is not adequate moisture -......:..:,..-.": . .S I TYPEWRITiNl : j jI t Our Spring'Range. Sale, with its liberal trade-in allowance, makesit ...
der to a good dtpth.Gc.rden ; WACO. Tex'as-Peter McCleL '
on Caroline street.All so.easy -to change your old stove for a modern gas range. Come in '
Air. and Mrs. Closs are regular f land of this city died twoVeeJts, \ : PAPER: : -
yearly visitors to Key West where members of the organization after winning an inheritance' Of$30O.OO0 I ; TODAY and malleiyour selection.

Club WillMeetTornorjow ..:. .n .I 4Cc 4s.SS' ,L1 i
their wedding was celebrated- 13 together with visiting members < in a JawsuiU thatste.l . ..

years ago in St. Paul's Episcopal are- invited to attend this ( 38 years. -
i .111' 'The Trenls! 'To Gas--"The Modern Fuel"e
75c1iPackage :
Church. I I
meeting. i.::...- i !! ? !' .
Their in the city will I f
presence It has been' announced that a''' Sit'II. ''r" Ie,'" it'ft
be welcome news to their many ab meeting of the"'Key* West! Garden SOME CURVES!! MAvmt A MOOIIM **"_ a eec MAVSN-T tmst o. .
Coral Wheel of 500 Sheet
friends. i Club will be held tomorrow Fill out those thin places and
I To Meet FridayThere morning Thursday, at 9:45, at get the pretty curves men admire. GOOD QUALITY BOND iLH -1 -

Junior Club To the W.oman's: Clubhouse on Division Take Vinol (iron tonic) and you'll

Meet Tomorrow will be a meeting- of the street. be surprised how your figure im PAPER t _ IJE I .

Coral Wheel Club held on Friday All members of the club and proves. Tastes delicious. Oriental __. .S. 5ISs- .... SlI CSSSS.. SSSSIS..-. ISLSSSS.. .. .
interested .. '- I.LC
are requestedto -- .
persons "
Pharmacy. -- := = -
Mesdames Earl Julian AllanB. 8 : :r- -
evening, beginning at o'clock attend this meeting. -
Cleare-, Jr., and Howard Wilson at the- home of Miss Florence ARTMAN "
will be. hcfleases\ at the social Sawyer on Eaton street. MONROE THEATERElissa ,II PRESS ;it .,

jueHiiig of the Junior WoN -: Hostesses- en the occasion will Landi-Gary Grant in
ma Club to be held 5 o'clock be Sirs. Clem Price and Miss'!! ENTER MADAME
Robert Armstrong in Citizen Bldg.PHONE Florida Public Utilities
norrow afternoon. I Sawyer. Barbara Stanwyck and Warren : Campuy-

Hostesses and guests will assemble Following the meeting the llfPALACE Flirting With Danger Williams in I 51

in the- rooms of the Key members will ride out on the' Comedy and Short Reel ..SE.C RET BLIDE . 1 ... '-""
West Woman's Club Division boulevard where will I. _"" .! .
on i they stop' tol Matinee 10-lSct Night: 10-20c Matia t Balcony lOc; Oreb.tra ..- I '

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