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 25, 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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Press Day Wire .'.. Key West, Florida, has the

Service. be 1! cst Cteen< most equable weather in the

For'55 Years Devoted to the Cp. country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West '1 range of only 14* Fahrenheit i

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Key West To Map Out ProgramOf CAST MEMBERS 1 Wilcox Resolution 'For Key West Byron Price Discredits Assumption1tOfUnitedStatesEnteringAnyWar


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Arriving .Here Aboard SteamersTwo t't (Bjr-Aa......... ]Or...) ( r

THOSE GOING 'TO WASHINGTON, Marth' 2S.The resolution by Rep.

-or-- .. - -- -- resentative Wilcox- desigiuU. '.Key West naval base as a .
I TAKE PART IN MIAMI --- -- - --

Of J Largest Vessels. I! VIEWS KEY WESTFROMJIOTELTOP EVENT IS MRS. CATHERINE I winter station for submarines ""met''opposition today from" PIRATES COVE PORTER LESTER Prepared', -

Of Standard Fruit Com I B. PRICE, WINTER VISITOR, I the' Navy Department. !I 1 ,
I GUESTS ANGLE NAMED DELEGATES However, For Any Eventualities ,
A letter from Secretary Swanson saying it was the

pany To Make Regular !i Preparations are all completedfor policy of the navy to keep the station "in an inoperative I i! MOONLIGHT t. In European
Trips To This Port the Miami production of the ctatus" was placed before the house naval affairs com! APPOINTED BY GOVERNORTO i SituationBy

MUCH PLEASED WITH OBSERVATION "Pirates of Penzance" and the 1 i
I I OF CITY"I members of tho cast will leave ; mittee now considering the Wilcox resolution. ONE i iSwanron i' OF RECENT CATCHES ATTEND CONVENTIONIN T

J. Gerry Curtis, director of I I I this afternoon for the first in i Chairman Vinson said the WASHINGTON. D. C.
presentation : writing constitutionality WAS MADE BY ERNEST MIL- BYRON PRICE
work operation Florida ERA I I tomorrow night. (Chief .r Ilse... The AiMclated
think the view from the roof Among those I leaving today will of the Wilcox proposal was open to question! MAN AND SON RESIDENTS ,',.... "....,......
sad Charlet Taylor, manager of I I'! be Mrs. Catherine B. winter were
the Porter Dock Company, are of the Hotel Colonial is one of the I I visitor from Wheeling Price a West- since disposition and training of the naval force was the i I OF PITTSBURGH. PA. I TALLAHASSEE Fla.. Mar. "making book" on the German

most beautifully fascinating I : Virginia who will be the accompanist responsibility of the president and not congress. j -- % .-W. R. Porter and J.
collaborating on a program of at. I :; I situation, it would give long odd

traction and entertainment to have ever seen and the traveler to I Mrs. Price is an excellent and Wilcox told the committee the object of the resolution -;i; Fishing by l moonlight is being I Lancelot Lester both of Key"We.t that the United State would

Key West should feel satisfied accomplished pianist having stud- enjoyed by guests at Pirates Cove
!>. provided touritt.'tra.eJia"by'' j was to call attention of congrest the fact of governmentowned have been appointed slay out of European
music any
with ied at the Eastman 'School war
this 'view, if there was no 1 i 1'1"hinCamp!" / and some excellent
ships of the'Standard'Frait'itnaSteamthij other attraction offered." of Music, Rochester New York. ? extensive lac litie.' at' Key West, and in' catches have been made"recently. ,'delegate by Governor'Sl-oltx which"might entue.
During her course of training she

Wet a. port of e'atr' ,... i R.: '''Johnston of 1501 Allegheny in 'a class of eighty, graduatedwith was made Saturday nIght!, Ernest I 'reread-..d.rplyeeneer aed. 'WL.ath.'epaek.'ar.'flyingia
be'' utilized or the government ould.move out. convention of the 'National .
Each year-the compaoy'ofenrecreation' :,Avenge;' Pittsburgh, Pa.,"at the 'very''high honors.' j I; Hillman and 1Ion;Ernest,' Jr,' of,I. ,I .
conclusion of herthird annual'vla- For a time after her graduation, /'Rivers'and Harbor Con the wind
Representatives of navy high command will probably, I'itUbuigh: Pa.., caught tw'6'chotce Ire.
entertainment' I! !It 'to 'Key West and just: as 'she she continued on at the college silver! kings after they' had been no one know who. 1.0.. is
tourists traveling' from northern:I was entraining for her home. I I teaching and since then, has appear before the committee tomorrow on the resolution. angling for a short lime. i "to be held in "'Waihington, r afe.

ports to Mexico and last year Mrs. Johnston spoke in the most I I i taught extensively in studios as I II Walter Richards, of New York i D. C.. May 2and3.
during the fruit shipping season I, cnthu.iastic terms of her stay during -, well as privately. I and I arty of four are out every i There is no warrant in official
five weeks<< of entertainmentand I: She is a member of the Mu Phi 1I I Governor Sholtz eipretted I
thought however
the ships stopped regularly at this; day. Mr. Richards will be recalledas I for the widely-
pleasurable excitement and I Epsilon, an honorary musical TODAY'SWEATIIER J being shown in the first circular regret that he will not be able held assumption that because
port for fuel oil and supplies. I we
will return for another visit as sorority. To belong to this organization issued from the the I
I camp
This: summer season the tours j/! soon as possible! it is necessary that one season, as catching:; the prize king-. to attend this important meet I were drawn into the last great

are to be expanded to a consider-1 Mr. Johnston is an engineer posses certain qualifications and fi-h. Mr. Richards h after another I war, we would inevitably be
with the which is lacking Temperature WEATHER CONDITIONS : I ing a* the stale legislature
able Pennsylvania R. R.. and attributes none of I I prize. drawn in again.On .
extent with two of the| _
largest ships the Gatun and' sits hauls in the the cab notable of the engine train,which the I I the in"Pirates Mrs. Price.of Penzance Her work," her in Lowest Highest :::::::.::::::::::::::::::'::::::::.. 69 82!|'f Pressure i h moderately high I Women guests at the camp are I would be in session at that the contrary there are

Granada in this service making "Broadway Limited." His next vacation -; !untiring efforts accuracy, and de- Mean .. .' . ............ ...........76 this morning over Ontario Florida enjoying: themselves in various j time. many reasons for believing it
regular scheduled stops at Key will be spent' in Key West, j pendability have played no little Normal Mean ,....._.. 73: !I|l and the far Southwest and ways.introduced One" of the member latest diversions would be much more difficult to
by of the
Mrs. Johnston. part in making the production the Rainfall I i slow I throughout the remainder of a I| The state of Florida will be involve this
West on the way to or from Frontera. says I f the rex i"i the outdoor luncheon. country than it was
with diatuibancesof
Mexico. I great success that it was. Yesterday's; Precipitation .0 Ins. marked country intensity the far Near the swimming pool the arrangements -*I represented by 25 delegates. 20 years ago.
With the object in view of pro, GILBERT FREEMAN |I Normal."1'..,. Precipitation...r" .-...r. :..-.r. .03 frrrlaa Ins.) Northwest and middle Mississippi !: are made, and after I i, Lesson Of Experience
viding suitable entertainment for;, t GILBERT GOSHORNARRIVESON I raiding .t K.' .>l.rk lair mt.r.'... Valley Seattle Wash., 29.10 inches the customary natatorial exercise MANY'ARRIVEONEXCURSION 1 Some of the more important
the luncheon i h served under the most : factors which would be expected
passengers while the snips Tomorrow' Almanac and Kansas City. Mo.. 29.52 .
are in ]x>rt and to gain a comprehensive -] ARRIVES IN CITYi, VISIT Sun rises ............._.. 6:25 a. m. I I l inches. Rains and thunderstormshave delightful the surroundings. Those enjoying 'I to influence public' and official

idea of what will bed Sun sets! .......... ......... 6:41 p. m. occurred during the last 24 repast are clothed in! I. opinion are these:
done at Key West to provide this Moon rises ... ...--.. j I i hours from Missouri and) Illinois bathing unit' of different hues I i I| 1. We have had one experi-
entertainment officials of the EXECUTIVE SECRETARY TO Moon rets .........__ 10:36 a.. m.i I southeastward! over Virginia and and 1---- :' once. The private and public
FORMER NEWSBOY OF THE ensemble presents a picture )t 1 sorrows and privations of it
wrote the Porter Dock 'I I North Carolina., and there have are
COMPTROLLER SPENDS DAY Tomorrow'. Tide of life and happiness which APPROXIMATELY THREE HUN-.
Company for the information. been heavy-rains on the coast of r remembered. So are the re-
Theplans; sightseeing; trips .WITlhCOUNTY OFFICERS .CITIZEN.... -- .., NOW. MEMBER- - OF". .. .. ..-, A.lL..IMI. !I Washington.I Temperatures'-have.jieed* .no rai>tion.ta. jndicate thatit ::1 DRED CAME I'N' YESTEIG.; 1.f"""ts.'JE\Wc"'h..rnrni: s..x
entertainment such as floor shows JUSTICE DEPARTMENT High ......._.......... 2:10 12:55 fallen in New England with readings is a l'icene'at' Pirates Cove on I I Il r[ pudiated .its debts and l trampled
at" the dub, dances and other Low ........00........_ 6:16 8:57 !! of freezing; or below; while the Florida Keys. l I DAY FROM MIAMI under foot that "democracy".which
forms of amusement are being) Barometer at 8 a. in. today: .i!I! abnormally warm weather pre- Recent arrivals are Allan How- !. was the avowed inspiration \
Gilbert Freeman, executive secretary I '
I and! editor of the Social
formulated } Sea 30.08. vails this morning throughout Spectator I, of American war-makinl.
by Mr. Curtis and Mr. to State Comptroller J. M. j Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goshorn, level and
of five
Taylor, and the proposed l I t most other sections of the country party who arethere I| Approximately 300 visitors ar- 2. Even before this expert-
) programs Lee, arrived by plane this morning and Gilbert Jr., arrived yesterday for few
will be sent to officials of from Miami end is s ndinlt' from Miami for a visit with Lowest Highest I except in portions of the Pacific Among a the dan1. \! rived in the city yesterday on the ence it took three years to get
the Station I last! Night Yett'l'tlay'Abil ; State* and Southwest, with tem- prominent guests at the United States into the Worldwar
company to be incorporated in the day with county officials tak- Go:,horn'a parents Mr. and Mr'l the for dinner regular excursion; which comes in
the advertisements and folders;,; fig different matters with' G. N. Goshorn. and family, at ne ..... ...... 64 88 peratures 23: degrees above the camp Saturday and under advanced methodsof
i up each
night Mavor and Ma- Sunday! from Miami and intermediate
announcing the tours. ;county officials '1 I home 326 William street. Atlanta 00.......... 62 84 ;i#seasonal average in western Missouri. ;; were Mrs. warfare it is doubted by many
I INATIONAL Mr.: Fret'man' the owner of Gilbert Goshorn is another] Boston ........... .. 32 50 Maximum temperaturesabove lone of Key West. I' points. whether any future war of great .
three weekly published :; man who has advanced Buffalo ............ :30 36 -I 80 degrees were common --- -- During lute time' there excur- magnitude will last that long
newspapers young
GUARD I in FJorHa. One of these is published : along the road of achievement ; Charleston ........ 68 86 \I: yesterday" in the so..thern states, !: ONLY STUNNED I rions have been scheduled there 3.Ve have a great deal to

I at Winter Haven, a city : since starting his active career as I Chicago ....00...... 40 50 i'i and Jacksonville! Fla., reported 901 I Ir OKLAHOMA Okla. I> have'Leen several thousand- people think about nearer home. National

TO HOLD DRILLS with 7.1.r,8 population and 4,010 : a newsboy with The Citizen. I Denver .............. 42 64 r degrees. Fred Douglass CITY.of this --I from .all actions; ot the United l recovery from the depression :
I subscribers i I I While with this paper he studied I I, Detroit _..___.00.... 36 46 1i; G. S. KENNEDY. 1I 1 j shot negro in back city.of States arrive for a flay of one ori has enlisted the efforts and
accidentally the
..... .... 1 I, Off Feu 1 in anxieties of officials antf
-- I He expects; to conclude his business at the Monroe hiJt'hsrhool, and ; Galveston 68 74 Charge. the head with .45 caliber bullet two 'days'a .1 practically all of public
BYI II I in Key West before o'clock ': completed his four year course in Havana ............ 64 I a but them' expressed themselves as en- alike; largely to the exclusion of
TO BE PARTICIPATED IN this afternoon, he told The Citizen three years. Later he went to Huron( .............._ 42 64 'I!ANOTHER GROUP the was bullet only, temporarily was split stunned i joying the trip. events abroad.

THOSE NOT IN SERVICEAT I and in anticipation of this ,, Washington and while workingon 'Jacksonville ...... 64 90 1 Other Influences
looked )passage to Miami on the newspapers and in other capacities Kansas City ..00.. 60 78 -' Many other influence might
MATECUMBE afternoon plane '! took a course in accounting.1(| KEY WEST ...._ 69 82: WILL VISIT HERE ''GREAT lie named. Some think the na.
I i I which he completed in one year Little Rock ...... 68 82 RICHES NEW SERIAL lion's increased war strength

less than the specified time. | Los Angeles, ...... 44 60 : alone would discourage ,.any
PURSERS OF SHIP i 1 ........ 58 62
Members of Battery "E"Florida : Afterwards he received an ap- Louisville r, t MEMBERS: OF ALL STATES European effort to-ihvolyr itr Be-
National Guard, not in service -| I roinlroent i i in' the Detriment of Miami ._.....,...... 62 80 I t Mated Howe.. Farnrjgm p );dl } tVi IWw{ i calae'+of'"develtpnlenUf1 t \\9
'josfice dud:i I since becoming af- Minneapolis ,...,.36 58 '' CLUB COMING lt' W : '' ::11I
TO '
on the Florida Keys, are being NOWQ 'YAC Tmi KEY.:. ily''Author Romance arGrig' I crrM 'ar, what (International
New Orleans .... r.6 82 j I'! ; y
called today for drills fourj 1 : 'R'fllwtnMlitto< Ihat'tWp'ir'tmVnt, has ,_ ',' .' 'I'., I concefn ther* fs dfoUfd'fiorr$ in ,
nights of this week! beginning to-i steadily advanced until at this New York .00....... 40 58 j jPenracola I WEST ON MARCH 27 1I U her Pacific, t an.the 4tlxnt'i.egdalg'"prtipeaakr "
I ......._. 68 72 i I' t : ;II ' ketf Afron1: ,
night time he holds an important posi- I (1Miteel}loii,7t f.hilm. whose l i! port. cVnh., in1'Clme 'to' 'I. JiP.t\ll.r
......_ 44 56 ,
lion the 'a'ccounlin depart- Pittsburgh j ,what the nuijor \
All members of the battery arcsummoned novel of email town life, "Gr*>at,, uUiqrAcalj/her|> wt'flth cArd 'hateblalli"id'pa ampeihwa }
".. \ '. St. Louis ..... 58 70 I|I I I Another member of th4! birds and '
ment. ,
interests gardening !
: II
l to |bl'! at, \the armory at ING TIME' AT NO j: II i iHit. .00. group i, ftdtli"lfJadil'I'm. amitpr4ntmylquarlefs
7:30 o'clock and meet LieutenantWm. .. I I .. stay ,will necessarily' be suit Lake City. 40 54... All States!! Club of Miami ii! iiueI i ,! ; Rich, begins-today in'The;* CitM 11 people. Mrs. Fa'f Hhlini,woold\ rather .,.. + I ,.,

E. I' Roberts, Florida Na- NAME KEY <'short inlKey ,West but Airs.,Gos San Francisco .. 48 56 to arrive in Key West W'ednes. I!zen, comes1'from' a writing fam-1 I I, grub around among her plants It Is recalled that the United
tional Guard, who has been detached 1 horn i and Gilbert Jr., will remainfor Seattle .............. 36 44. I ily. i I| than attend a Broadway first States entered the World war
1i 1 ,... ......... 86 day March 27, from Miami for a I
from service at Matecumhe 1i i the week. Tampa 66 4 i, Mrs. Farnham is the daughter night; she' can identify a bird byMATEEL only after (and perhaps,partly because
of the 1'.: Washington:; ...... 46 66 ttay of two days.
and other points to conduct the I Cad Coles )purser I of Ed; Howe, "sage of Potato hill. ) American money had been
drills I during the week. and O. Steamship Florida and CUBA CARRIES"t Williston .......... 38 60 I In a letter to J. Gerry Curtis, and lived in At hi3on. Kansas until invested heavily In the cause of
Monday. Tuesday Wednesday I Lovick. icy assistant:; purser are t WEATIIERiORECAST director of work operations of the Avhfc the Allies. Today, after. the
and Thursday nights, the order enjoying a vacation at No Name I I FERA. Mrs. W. A. Lsrkins. official time to go; to finishing! school. fiasco of the war debts American
published .in another part of The Key following the winter pea.son':; I' 92 PASSENGERS: (Till 8 p, in.. Tuesday) fo she knows the life of a small ;' capital does not appear eager'to
hostess of the ,
organization town and the midwest from childhood )
Citizen shows, these drills are to during which the Florida was plying : Key Weft and Vicinity: Fair I ?:'a s embark on another such ven
be held, and it is "impel"alive" between Miami and Havan...!' I tells' of the delightful time they experience and frequent con- r ture.

that every member of the battery Both Mr. Coles and Mr. I.ey, I tonight and Tuesday: ; little change had when the first group visited tact since | Altogether, Washington JU a
I Iaw
sailed for Havana
in Key West attend. are ardent devotees of the "p..rt' Steamship Cuba Key West March\ Two of Mrs. Farnham's brothers tremendous collective
I Sdunlaafternoon with 81'' ooa'e"sMOM on 14 and 15. fctce of
Lieutenant Robots: told The of fishing and during their<< vacation first class,; passengers, 11 second I f 1; and that the group to come this them.are Gene in newspaper Howe, as work a publisherin one of I circumstance and popular senti-
Citizen the have caught a number of ment working to
regulations keep Americantroops
I class" :; two automobiles two tons I i week are looking forward to the Amarillo, Texas. When she married
personnel to attend these drills j choice !fish both large and small. I I I out of Europe.
of freight and 353 sacks of mail
I married
engineer, she a
trip with an
l happy
to keep up the regular schedule Among their catches have been jzV1l! 1r t Will There B. War
scheduled to
The vessel is
writer for Farnham hassevers
Mr. Curtis baa too. Mr.
replied that the
of performance and he was detailed several jewfish above the averagein Havanaen !, 1 I There
turn this afternoon from \ same'routine of entertainment vil1 1 books to his credit. appears a difference of
to conduct them. !, weight and one of them tippedIhe route Tampa. The trip Sat ',. Beauty novel Mrs.. opinion \\.biqetoI\J.tJIW: ) f
scales at than 250 I. 1. sl 'be'provided for the visitors next' "Wild, a by } !
more !I urday was the first made on the 1 { week 1. as was that of last. i Farnhano, which appeared in serial $N; ;;lu 1yy where whether rc,,ni i1J( Iii;: t Ai

PLANE BRINGS }pounds. ; new f''hedu1ehich provides for t1f .. ,.form Jive years ago in many Associated European, war. _
,! passengers spending the week- nd : 11'.::&l j I Press papers added to her Theciujidn\ o| pffidal( 'fclmnfetit -
1.' .. .. t '
REMOVE BUOY i I in the Cuban capital and returning Fair laures) and another "Rebellion,"| i.i i- extreme" 'and rfnaertandable. -
11 PASSENGERS to the states on Monday. I : ,al : HAS PASSED CRISIS, won ;'a $10,000 prize She has ,af At this distance probably -

't I in temperature; gentle. to mod-: 1 written, many other novels and ( no one can tell how imirh.otthe

FROM CHANNELThe I:I ATTENTION BATTERY "E"' erate southerly winds ", 1 1I .ter .'....rlaled IPr...) I has published short fiction as well." present sword-rattling;.i Veal....,
Regular playp I. March 25'1"'T" "Great, Riches" tells the storyof and how much Is bluff.
from Miami ar- STOCKHOLM.! "' 1d
I Florida fair : 1
;; : Generally tonight! .
rived this morning with eleven II I I All members notified that I Swedish}i Shipping in 1934 virtually .-,: .a young man an only son of a But the government is takingno
passengers as follows: Zack Mose-; United States Lighthouse! there will be regular drills of the and Tuesday; little change in tem-:: caught up to 1929, Bays a report -': little town's "first family." and chances. If war comes, it will

Icy, Mary Motley. Luther Thomp-. DepartmcVt announces that!i Battery Monday Tuesday, Wed perature. I I by the Chamber of Com-* the influence upon his character WOWE.FARNUAM be prepared-prepared to stay
on, Mrs. Luther Thompson Agnes! Northwest Channel Key West. nesday and Thursday nights of Jacksonville to Florida Straits: merce. j of two very different women. It is out.
Thompson!, Roy Olander Martha I: Harbor temporary lighted buoy: this week It is imperative that Moderate winds mostly west and' A total of 18,200,000 tons were: full of humor as well as emotionaJ'1 a faraway cheep, and-w hurt's!
Anderson George Anderson, For- ; that was situated fifty yards from all men not on duty on the keys fair weather tonight and Tues!. declared on incoming ships as tenseness and contains more she rays: --the often can fet FOUND IN DOC
rent Banning Gilbert Freeman and Northwest Bar range, front light.I attend these drills. day.East compared with 16,300,000 in. subsidiary characters who seem i the bird to come ,down and talk
I'aul Young! j l was removed on March 23. I By order: I ; Gulf: Moderate southwestand 1933. t real'enough to have been met 'on with her! BOSTON. -X-ray. disclosed 'a

Of the above arrivals eight had ;,. This information is given for CAPTAIN L. E. RUSSELL west winds over north portionand Outgoing tonnage was the' street on the way to work I The first chapter' of "Great lost diamond in the stomach of a
looked passage for return on the ; the benefit of those navigating in I Captain 265th C. A. C. F. N. G.,I gentle southerly winds over' 000 tons against ,18.700.-1 The novel was, written at Mrs. Riches"''' appears in The Citizen dog in this city and .it was removed -
afternoon plane. j I these waters. Commanding Officer. mar25-4t south portion. 1933. i Farnham's country place in West-J today. by an operation.
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EUROPEAN WAR CLOUDS ,. ....................... ....................... born in Sweden. Died in I t
IJe mt5t cmenPubllah t .1 I. man. I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
.. KEY WEST IN Today's Birthdays Today- Minneapolis, Sept. 18, 1930. I I FUNERAL HOME I

. TUB CITIZliN PDBUBU1NCI CO. INC. will to the DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries Wisconsin business man, MiJwlilui -, Key We.. Oldest
a.. P. 4UTMA. Pr*.U.... Germany re-arm, contrary Associate Justice of the U.S.
................ i kee police head governor for'I 24-Hour Ambulance Serrice
From Th Citizen Building treaty which ended the World War, undoubtedly Happenings Her Just 10 Year Supreme Court, George Sutherland i s..o. '
Licensed EI aI..r
( three terms born in Sauk Co.,
Corner Greene and Ann Street Ago Tnday A* Taken From of Utah, born in Englaiu th.73) 1805-George H. Evans, land ,
creates tense situation in Phoae
a Wis. Died June 15, 1925. 135 Nifht 696-W
The Filer Of The Citizen years ago.William. reformer, editor of the country's I j I
QnfJ"" Dally Newspaper 'In Key Welt and Monroe Europe which will have grave repercussions ,
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County. 't. first labor paper, born in Eng -- - --- - -
I throughout the world. F ("Pusseyfoot") land. Died at Granville, N. J.,
aslerpd at Key Weit. florid. &. second claaa matter We do not go into a discussion of the. :' There going is a on great these deal days of discussion among- Johnson, prohibitionist, born"at i: Feb. 2, 1856.

KIFTV-UIXTH YEAR effect in Europe, where France and Soviet I business and professional men regarding Coventry, N. Y., 73 years ego. 1 i
Member e( eke Aaaela... Preaahe i the commission form of' 1--- Civil Wart roI
Russia have practically renewed the alii-
/ .Associated Press la exclusively entitled to use I government and the proposal to II III Robert E. Hea'y' of Bennington continuously]
....revindication of all new dicpatcnea credited tIt ance which was terminated with the execution Vt., member of the Federal 1 t to 1902 when retired as major-]
or not otherwise credited In this paper and alt' establish such a government in i I 1 I
th. local new published I.eru.1t of the Czar but reborn under pres. Key We.t. Proposals have been:I Securities' and Exchange COI1lMis.I general born at Frederick, bId I
made to to sion,born there, 52 years ago. Died Oct. 30, 1908. !
sure of the same circumstances that lead a mass :
NATIONAL EDITORIAL consider the proposition. The! '.. I \ I
r JJ ASSOCIATION, to the former mutually protective agree. movement to establish the .com;: John Hoettiger. newspaper man i 184Cr_Michael} Davitt, Irish nationalist -I II
<=/yl..e..nt./uA; I93STtirtft ment. We are more concerned with ef. mission or manager form of government -i son-in-law:: of the president, "born, leader, born. Died May N

---- --5t- : !'CIiIMIOS' It&TESJne fects in the Pacific, where American interests is not designed to remove I in Chicago, 35; years ago. i :SI, 190G. Risk
Tear _,_ ___ $10.01fix arise. any of the present office holders' I _-,-- II Why :

3Jonthl Month. _._ ._. l.fOO Ii.O' but solely] to promote and con-' Dr. Charles P. Berkey of New I 1847-James C. Wilson) noted
On. "Uontb ..._ .....'.. ._ .. .11 But Russia, facing Japan in the East, serve the interests! of the city,:. York,.secretary of the Geological,I Philadelphia physician and professor Bad ly Yryji-i Roof ?
Weekly .It is becoming really alarmed at the growing which can be best done by having; Society of America born at Gos-: born there. Pied Oct. 2i>,

ADVERTISING HATES threat on its western front. As a result one man with tha "say so" and by! hen, Ind., C.8 years ago. l'J34.!
Made known on application. making him responsible for the. -
IWIICUL; NOTICE. Leningrad Will tend to "pull in" so far ati I
conduct of Flexner, director of'
affairs.All Simon
J.U.reading noticed, card. of thank, reaolutlon er city Dr. 1854-John Lind, Minnesota know when badly worn roof
r.ppel'f.biluAr, notice, etc, rill be charged for at Siberia is concerned, fearful lest there bean i the. Institute for Advanced Study,I lawyer, governor and congressPALACE YOU never
*.'':otlwa rata bf for: entertainment.cent a line. by churcne from which occasion to fight foes on both fronts ai. Key West is ]looking forward i Princeton. N. J., born at Louis-:' spring a leak. But you do know that
t rfyfpnr" in !*. d..rlvo3 are t cent a. tin.. to annual,} "Ladies Night" to beheld I ville, Ky., "t'l years ago. leak be
the time. the costly.
The CIUa :n I an open forum and Invite. dUcustfv.t may
at the Casa Marina tonight.A .
uaiir and subject of local
ft puollc or general
Irf.rut but It wll,not publish anonymous communiuU"Ipa. Much the same result will be observed good snappy program has been'I Gutzon Borglum] of Stamford,' and
doubtful roofs our
I Check on get
j I and San Antonio Tex., Jack Hulbert in up any
in the case of Great Britain. Facingthe arranged. Among the artists to Conn.
of take part will be Miss Lucignani*, famed !sculptor and painter born JACK AHOY! money saving prices on Carey Roofings or
possibility a new struggle in Europe:
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST the will Mrs. Eva Torano. Jerry Trevor,I in Idaho, C8 years ago. Comedy and Short Reel Shingles to replace them. We can supply the
English not .
'I likely push too m.ucl A. I). Piazza Rotarian Jack Ma-
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN' for her "rights" in the Far East, lest in her. Rotary Ann Ladd will accom- Dr. M. Gordon Neale, presidentof Matinee: 10-15c; Night: ..S.2ScI right roof for any building, large or small.

some future crisis on the continent the wily pany the singers on the piano. I the Univ. of Idaho, born at
Moody, Mo., 48 years ago. I
1. Water and Sewerage. Jap take advantage of the diversion to his Mrs. R. F, Spottswood entertained KEY WESTCOLONIAL SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTINGAND

own benefit. a party of friends at a delightful -r William'! F..llinpresident: of ENGINEERING COMPANY
Road Main- : HOTELIn
2. Bridges to complete to
.,, t
'. the Clubs of America, New!
luncheon Boys'
given at the Casa
Russia and Great Britain thus: tem- WHITE AND ELIZA STS PHONE 598
land.'i;.tl.I ..'.' t Jr- ttitgciI t' ."., . I per their Far Eastern policy the United Marina yesterday. Professor William -I York City, born at St. Marys, Pa., the Center of the Businessand "Your Horn I* Worthy" Of :The_ Best. "-
3. Free Port. A. Dooley'g orchestra rendered 57 years' ago. ,
States will again be in the front, facing the dance music and played Theater District

." 4. Hotels and Apartments. the aggressively growing ambitions of the many selections by request. The Arturo Toscanini, famed musician i- pint Class--Fireproof-
affair was one of the most enjoy- and conductor, born in Italy,
5. Bathing .Pavilion. Japanese. So long as 1 peace reigns in Sensible i Rate.
r'' able given during the season. f.8 years ago.Georgia .
6. A'rts-: dJanJ.\fbt\ n( Europe there may be no outbreak in the COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

7. Consolidation.. of County and' City\ East to involve us but let the "dogs of war There was a meeting of the Martin, 3, "on of a SHINGLES
Governments.THE '" roam in that war-torn continent and the city council held last night for the Knoxville, Tenn., pastor. has Garage Eleyator ROOFINGS
purpose of attending to a numberof never worn shoes, part of the
danger exists that Japan may take advantage mattds'held over from the ]last health creed of his father. r
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of the situation to carry out her meeting.. Principal among these .
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KEY WEST CITIZEN own plans, which may be so farreachingas was the matter of a loan of $2,000 for basketball fans of Key Weston of
and nights
Friday Saturday
to the Country Club, which was I
to clash with vital American policies. laid over for consideration at the this week. The Y. M. C. A. team

WILL always seek the truth and print it This, then, is the danger to us that I last! meeting. Robert Spottswood from Miami will tangle with the I
High School quintet Friday night, BO'ydwinlletl
we see in European affairs. Not that this addressed the meeting assuring-the be
without fear and) without favor; never be : council there was sufficient funds and on Saturday they will meet 't

afraid 'to attack wrong or to applaud right; country, or its people want war with due the club to liquidate the loan.It the Married: Men. Both of the local] 'Don .
Japan, or that public opinion here does decided teams: are in fine condition" and it ACCEPTING IMITATIONSto
always fight for progress; never be the or- was on vote to grant
the loan. is anticipated oy the fans that .
not prefer reasonable concessions to
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, Japan good exhibitions will be witnessed To get the original Davis 100% Pure Paint

faction or class; always do its utmost for the iij the interest of peace in the Pacific, but Milton W. Curry has decided to sure MADE IN BALTIMORE. j n'lIST PAIIT

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or the danger that, with other bjg nations involved enlarge the length of pipe through I Fair sized! catches of mackerelare look forthis Davit 100% Pure Paint baa often teen _hoW.TADS) ..I
fishermen imitated,but never duplicated.Davu .. ......
which being reported by --
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; at home, the Japanese may go so the water flows into the I leturning from Shark River. For : Label 100% Pure Paint conform, with
aquarium. The feed
commend good done by individual or organ- far as to provoke war with us in the be- inch in diameter but is pipe reduced is one to-': this time of the year the fish.are D all pur paint Law and i* the only pint ::=.--
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that atria a guarantee of purity.
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and lief that alone we are helpless to oppose half that size by a connection. : Tunning in unusually large schools,

opinions; print only news that will elevate her further advancement toward world' The reason for enlarging the pipeis ,-j it is raid.t ; Cook for this Guarantee on the Label-
that it has. been evident for .
and not contaminate the reader never compromise goals. 1- wsLa.ontowcuan jib M y Mhcr Punt Manufacturer of MM 1. lomm.J
; some time that the fish were not THEATER AJI air Iradaus .... ....* by u. in Ruliunon end oU through Dukn only
with principle. getting a sufficient supply of water -t MONROE
A FAMOUS FLAG to furnish the air I co.GtdIbMrl ** BALTIMCffiEMB
necessary Binj Crosby-Kitty Carlisle!<<:
and it was decided to increase the I -inHERE G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline4and William 'Streets ..

Only a fool argues with a fool.? One of the South' most famous bat- flow. :I IS MY HEART 1
tle flags is now in the Confederate Editorial Comment: :Many i Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra -- -
As a testimony to faith we nominate would] consent to takeon
museum in Richmond to which it young men
was :
pre- j 15.20c; Night 15-25 .: 'IIIIIIIIII.4
the burden of if
hair restorers. sented by the family of the late Colonel they could find a girl matrimony with sufficient P- V ..........,....., i.e......,

Charles T. Loehr, historian of the First money who would marry I ..

Just a warning: the Spring poets are Virginia regiment, to which the flag be- -them. Pirates> Cove FIShing Camp

mobilizing. longed. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Roberts, Pirates. Core, Florida; ;
J The of Richmond made the 1 ii HOME OWNERS
women announce the birth 7 o'clock this 20 Miles From Key West on ;
What is more tiresome than a short flag out of strips of silk cut from their morning, of a seven-pound boy in the Overseas Highway

after dinner speech? Answer: a long one. dresses, and it had its baptism of fire at the home. SWIMMING\ \ POOL

Bull Run. It led the First Virginia in many There will be a lecture given at I FINE CUISINE

Don't take yourself too seriously but, battles, and saw its last service on the the Fleming Street Methodist I First Class Accommodations
church tonight by Dr. Rowland, of Write or Telephone) for 'I ATTENTION
just as jm.portant, don't underrate your i, field at Gettysburg, where the regiment
the Y. M. C. A., national secre- ReservationsRates :
own ability. Take the sane middle road. formed a part of Pickett's division in its tary of the organization.An I : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day o

ill-fated charge, one of the most desperate I American Plan i

In case you have no idea on the sub- I in military history, whose failure lost the unexpected treat is in store ,

ject, may' this column mention that classi- I battle and perhaps the war. \Mr. V. A. Johnson has re-

fied advertising in The Qitizen is one of Of the regiment's plight at the close .... ,

the. best bargains availabIe'inKpy ,West. "\ of the battle Colonel Loehr \te: "The Coa I'", .,
oSTEAMSHIP ..: j.X.c ntly 1 been appointedtoinlVt ) /- .
; t ; ." ,
P ?
'V. 1 & : ** :: :
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4.A color guard is dead and tha cgl IJr sergeanthas $ :.: ''11...$} h d 'j .' ,.0<11' I,'
A reader of this takes' .exception lost his jdying '
paper arm; our colomlxjj on 1. t i' ;
to the expression "an unhappy mar- the field, and about 160 who I went i intothe PORT TAMPA=.. HAVANA-WEST INDIESEffective ; !: :;.,,; ;:: '. .spect repairs connection: ,'? ? oIllIl', .. *
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It ;4. t.ff" f rp .
riage." As our reader sees it all marriages charge." 1 \. : March 18tk. 1935 n.I' i n. .
the Owii-IK' : 'lrr*" "
with loans Home
\. ,Wednesdays and Saturdays, ; by : : :
Leave Key Wes> Jer'Uavana :
is famous i
are happy. It the being together after- It is fitting that the flag 12:20 P. M.Leave : ,
:/I ,
ward that causes the unhappiness.Why should be added to other priceless relics in Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays; I I 'ers' Loan t Any: .: c .
the Confederate museum which are Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon I Corporation:
days, 6:30 P. M.
should the administration ad- viewed with reverence: by many thousands Ticket. RetervatioBt and !Information at Ticket; Office on |>e 1 home owner desiring such a :

dress a remonstrance to Hitler for scrap- of visitors from North and South alike. Dock 'p oDe 71 j r

ping the Versailles treaty? We are not a J. H. COSTAR. Agent. I -
\ loan should see Mr. Johnson. S
party to it, having spurned it when we refused PATERNALISMAs --- _. ,;
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to join the League of Nations, and --

very wisely so. we see it the old age pension and

the unemployment insurance move is the We especially solicit this

As we see it the Townsend plan will equivalent of taking that part of the

take care of those over CO. Those between management of the average individual's I Notice to U. S. BondholdersThe business and look forward

50 and 60 can be made office holders, the affairs out of his hands and turning it over i

bonus payment could take care of those to the government. Some people ,are so with pleasure to servipg the .

between 35 and 50 and the young crowd constituted that they cannot save, anythingfor Secretary of the Treasury advises that I .

could move in with the old folks. That their old age or for rainy days.> This the conversion privilege on I called Liberty bonds requirements of those Who .

should solve the problem for every one. is true regardless of the amount of ;wages. :: :h : : I :.: :
will expire on March 27th. I . .
r income they receive. As a consequenceno HIf ( will repair their homes. . . :.. :

Ernest Hemingway, with a wander- matter what wage they receive six ,

ing foot for bull fights, African lion hunts weeks after they are out of work, they are, you are the owner of any Liberties we : :. -

and deep sea fishing, hasn't cornered the broke. .,'"k{: ,,, '.v' .<., *;' wjll be pleased to have you consult us. if ;i .: -- ---r-..,

entire nomadic strain in his Oak Hill, 111., To correct this the government' pro.. f d I

family. His mother at 62 motors alone 'poses to set aside from payrolls an amount
South Florida
& Co.
about the country painting pictures in the that will continue their wages for several i! : Contracting Engineering

deep woods or on the desert when the months until they can get a new job. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
mood strikes her. A brother, Leicester, The same plan will be used Vith the : '.

19, is sailing to South Almerica in a 17- old age pension plan. It is because the individual KEY WEST : "Your home is worthy of the best :

footer. He confesses never reading a line lacks the ability! to manage his Member of the Federal Res I .. ..

of his brother's. The mother likes best "A I business that the government has,'thus to erve'x(,.". e....*,:.
Farewell to Arms.-O. 0, McIntyre step in. : ., 'II.lI.I.I.lI"
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., I. .,eaefyaaeaeaeaeaaaeaeCLASSIFIED Said! to have been: the_ first !. ,Although Mrs. Sarah a irownof'

A jSd jaf vi"p% Yr woman editor in the far west Bangor Me., is 68 years old and

I Mrs. Lola Green Richards of Salt !a grandmother, she recently com-
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Lake City has celebrated her 84th ; pleted' a course in the evening

A tt Wf1t$ ROMANCC i1Y.EYAN EVAIii: r SPORTS COLUMN birthday. l school in that city _

Chapter 45 "Be still, Mateo!" commanded the r.sleplvpevtt.eealte.pre - -- --

"Ton would help him. eh?" demanded -
'lj OSITA reacted out her right -- --
Rubrlx."And yet God knows ALL MA {ES RADIOS REPAIRED
hand shouting. of
her voice truck through the heartof how many of your countrymen he by' authorized radiotrician.

has butchered like sheep." .. Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela Better
the Kid like a mighty chord sang -- -- -- -- '-- -" - -- I II Light-Better

by a thousand sweet voices. She went to Montana and leaned ......................................,.........., street. Phone 866J. Sights
over him."What. mar24lmoxPIANQ
"The black horse for yon. Pas- ARMY DEFEATS !I
'cual am 1 to you devil of a ,
he called over his shoulder gringo she asked. i DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS I TUNING
"Steady all I throw on the brake!1"
"Sit down here and 131: tell you." FERAUNITIN H I I down
It screeched, the wooden blocks said Montana.She I PIANO TUNER Laureano# Mo

grinding on the iron tires as the Kid sat down at once, and he By GRAVY) reno. Excellent piano for sale And

all checked his might the rush.And of then the horses:down with Into lap.moved until his head rested In her DIAMONDBALL I i iI .,...., ,,./e.oo..el.eeo..e..eoo.r I, cheap. 10J8 Division street. \ starf J\* per month

I the tangle.He caught the knife from "Now tell me," said the girt I'Boys keep your eye on this game of our hero is his second I marl9-lmo

the band of the girl and slashed. ""Afterwards" said he, "111 tell GARAGE DEPARTMENT WINS,I I column and you will see the names shots. On the drives his ball being i BICYCLES Installs complete with a duplex ,

The leather traces were shorn the yon bow much I love you but now I of and in teed do h
opponents does ,
t yourpartner i not as well as when
long reins gashed In'two, and in a wish to sleep.Sing to me.Roslta.Ah ." IN SECOND GAME OF TWIN 1 W)P RENT by the Hour Day or outlet and 60 watt bulb the
the match take next I he them the
big to place plays off
moment Mateo Rubrlz. on the bareback ." said the girl "tell me if I I I I fairway Week. Repair all makes and famous PIN-IT-UP LAMP.IT .
I of the white wheeler was gal hate you or love you most!" BILL FROM RECREATION Thursday afternoon when the where only Sam Harris would dare paint them with Nu-Enamel.) ] We

loping straight ahead down the road. "Sing to me." insisted Montana FORCE prize will be another one of those use a peg. Those little run-up 1 carry a full supply of parts. ..

For he knew that the girl's mustang "and you'll find the answer in the free dinners providing of course,'|' shots with a putter always keepsI I Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand S CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE

the red mare, and the black songs." neither I I I Willie in the running, too. All in sell)) them as low as $1.00
winner If
,horse were all fresh but the white She laughed a little and then she you are a you are -II I I I all, William Wesley (this second per week. J. L. Stowers Music

was tired very tired already and began to sing in a voice smaller than 1 (By JOVE) winner nor loser you are still >I name wa: a hard one, I have called Company. marlS.lmoPERSONALS -Also-

with no feather's weight on its back. speech. Rubric strained his ears to The Social Diamondball Leaguegot expected at the meal. .and you J'''I him everything from Washing.ton .
catch the sounds. lIe could the i I
They raced their horses for illsStance. see off to a great start Saturday t]i[, PaY 1 1I i, to Willoughby before gettingthe d
dimness of her hands smoothing the
brow of the Kid. afternoon. The Army won the i]i 1I 1- :I right one) is one of the most 25 fn.
And then for interested boys the He STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS
they were running S S a first from the Administration I I "Hole-in-one" Eddie and Char on course. .

'time, with a sun that sloped with I When they came into Duraya, in game ley Ketchum thought they were!I 1, talks, plays dreams and argues INDIGESTION victims, why 4 C per month '
a maddening slowness towards the the middle of the night they Department by a 6 to 3 +I golf with anybody and everybody. suffer? For quick relief get a l'InstaU.
time last
western horizon. For the pursuit climbed, all four to the room of the score. The game was well'played going to have an easy When not doing the above he may free sample of Udga, a doctor'sprescription

|could not gain and the weary white bishop. and exciting from start to finish.In Saturday p. m. with Tunotheus be found at home in a big easy ; at Gardner's Phar- complete the wonderful W
1 t!
j I horse held back the four fugitives. lie rose from prayer to greet them. the second game the Garage Pittman and Samuella Goldsmith 'I chair sitting with his stocking feet I macy. READY LIGHT UNIT.

More than once bullets'sang in He was very tired very weary. But Department had to play 10 inning -, . .they did for a few holes but up on another chair and with his '!'marl3-18-19-2D-25-26-27aprl-2-3-; I

the air. but the distance was en. when he saw them a strength flowed to defeat the Recreation De- nose in a book about some ancient 8-9x:: .
Sam and Tim ate their and
tirely too great; only random shot suddenly back through him. partment. ;.The final score was supper 'happening or perhaps "How to

could strike them. "My children." he said:"are you 8 to 7. This game also proved to went to bed l with a contented mind. Become an l Expert Golfer" written INSTRUCTIONS I See any of 'our employees regarding these

At last the Kid brought Sally the ones who went to the Valley of be very thrilling. j[: Mrs. Strunk and Mrs. Ketchum by none other than his old S I lamps, or see. them on display at our display b?

close beside the white. lIe took the i the Dead and undid the work of the The contestl ee-sa\'ed.. ack,and report their husbands trying to pals Li Plummer and Berlin Sawyer PIANO-AH grades Thorough in-i l l'I i I "J 'i 1,
hand of Rubrlz and lifted twenty'pounds. devil there? Was it you 'who turned forth until the tenth frame when bite their children Incidentally 1 struction. Specializing ,in bepinners' o ': room. : ,

thlrty'poundiyfortr,JDOund the slaves loose ;p' 7. the ;Mechanics plAt.tver.two runs, this was a short match, the rea- 'I training,,,, Chas Rob--, ; I I' :" Ii ,' it:
of the bulk of the big rider,transfer- **'LoQseiJ'\eiclaImed'llubriz. -"DQ just to t The erts Studio Margaret
enough V J11 )f,game. tip '
1 C & E lost. Yk .fdJ"U
son ; '
ring It thus Jo the'strong back site loin nean'to st. that the slaves.j Jbrokeloose 'Recreation boys came back in the ARMY TO MEET I etreet. mar25-27-29xI s 1 ;

the tireless, Iron legs. red, SalJy/!' '** .' &?fa x., ', |last, slf-tof the 10th pad scored I! The personal glimpse this time i .., This i \i Special Offer '. '

There was no faltering in her,and ,& (!+ 4 ands pne and just fell short by'one of ; FQR SALE , L ,
? I is William Watkms. The
Wesley F E. C. PLAYERSTomorrow
1ITE ONLY have rumors ,
lit was her strength that carried tying the game. _' ,
4 them into the red of the sunset and whispers," said the bishop. "1 In the opening game Cates and aforementioned gentleman i it a I BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now Limited to April 1

suddenly into the quick twilight know nothing for certain except that Ortega rival pitchers worked product of this island his paw and lOc each or 3 for 25c at The

that securely covered them from fur the soldiers are rushing towards the like Trojans to the, victory maw having arrived from Nassau afternoon at the. Artman Press Phone 51, Citi-
gain ,
ther pursuit at that momentAll Valley of the Dead and extending end and way points before Willie was Army Barracks the Lighthouse I zen Building octlS .
and at the Speedball Ortegawas ( GET YOUR LAMP TODAY
long cordons to the escaped is of
pursuit was not ended, of sweep up :thought of. But our hero one
triumphant chiefly becauseof Department and the F. E. C. ten
course, unless those savage riders men. Uncle Sam's most valued assist : FOR SALE-Show Cases and j
"And Inside the valley Juan-Silva the good hitting of Williams and of the Social League will cross I Also
from the Valley of the Dead gate a ants. He takes your money | Equipment.
little more thought to their memoryof and the general himself were found and the running of Nodine for the ,, gives a little piece of colored bats I Porch Chairs. Knitting Shop. (
dead and terribly mangled and that boys who dabble in figures ((11' The winner will be in a tie for I
Juan-Silva, smiling open-eyed at paper that some people save and 424 Duval street. mar25-3tx I IT The Key West Electric'III'IIDItrll.lI.lI.llj"
first with the and the I
ithe sun. But the truth was that they Alvarez and another man were I mean, make out checks and pay-'see how they can get that place Army 1 .
'had neither sight nor sound of an killed, also, together with a great rolls-I do. not mean feminine fig-.! many Garage Department.The T OLD PAPERS SALE-Two
else has. This is great 1
nobody a
enemy all the way to Duraya. many of the guards."It ures). game tomorrow afternoon ,j bundles for 5e. The Citizen Of-
But the taste of life was so exceedingly is a dreadful thing-and it hap Joe Hale played a great gamein game, you ought to try it once. will start at 5:30 o'clock. 1 fice. oct16 \

sweet to them all, after the pened, I hear, while most of the the field, and at bat, Bailey Well Willie does most everything,
I with his right hand except play -- ..
guards were rushing to try to I
Valley of the Dead that the precious away Cooper and Delaney played well.
trinket inside the bit of chamois was recapture daring prisoners who were For the Army Young Jones and i the Royal and Ancient pastime. S '4 .
in the of Juan- This he does from the southpaw S. .
never unwrapped once during the escaping carriage Ranew starred. I I I .
entire Journey. Silva himself! Ah. El Keed! Do 1 see 'I side and is the best port sider in
Joe Hale was responsible !
Perhaps there never was a happier you holding the reins? But 1 have the three administration's fori',': the game in these parts. WillieI
in of the been kneeling here in prayer for took the several years :
Journey, spite sand- up game
with two circuit clouts. I I I Do
filled winds that whipped and Juan-Silva!" First Game I i I I ago and now is .in the 94-98 class you want to knows S ,

choked them, and the foul water "All the saints praying would ,, the best being 90 and which he
Score H. E. '
by innings: R. ,:
and the starvation rations most of never be any good to the soul ofJuanStIra"said .has been{ trying to break, )Jo these _
Army... 002 202 000-6 9 3' ,
the way,and the reason for that happiness Rubriz. many moons. Well)) "Pious", for
was that here were four who "Perhaps not." said the bishop Administration! that is his nickname takes a sock I
"but I like hard tasks. What is this, ,.000 012 000-3 C 5 I
had .
been through fire together so -
r at the ball)) and is a beautiful hook
brother? Batteries: Ortega and B.: Powell
that they knew the temper of one . .for a right handed player but why folks
another. And what is happiness in For Pascual. patiently, was bolding ; Cates and Cooper. slice.
to Willie it is just another :
this world T up the broken half of the emer- Summary: Hits: Williams 3. D.
Sometimes when he is playing real
They had come into the green of ald crown in one hand and the lost Powell 2. Hale 2, Barker Manucy
Jewel of Alvarez lay in the other good he can hit a 25-cent piece
living mountains-living with grass Cates Cooper Spence. Ranew
palm. The bishop took the trea from 100 yards and yet would i .fiy>C'Y'
and with trees and with water after up Ortega 2; errors: Spence, D.
the naked desert they had crossed. sure as though it were truly composed Powell Ward Barker. Bailey have travelled some )90 yards

The Kid himself as the'evening of green fire. lie raised it in home reaching same but it gets there
Hale, McKinley 2; runs: YOU don't
closed In. had brought down with his Joined hands high above his head. Hale 2; two base hits: Williams I I every time a feat which lots of us have, to'climb t : R:'

two shots from one of Estrada's revolvers One could forget then his meager stolen bases Delaney have been trying a long time to
Cooper :
a deer that leaped out before nightgown his bare feet with the ; I I do. Well, William Wesley takes a
Nodine Williams. Jones
a flagpole as high as Jack'sbeanstalk
wind blowing his shanks.
them from a thicket on Perhapsit spoon for anything less than 59 ,
Powell. Ortega; struck out: by I
was unclerlcal for a bishop to be I' yeards to arid including 15 feet
ROSITA stood leaning against a seen in this informal garb by a Cates 1 ; walks: off Ortega 3;I of the pin. After that he putts 'em, to find out.-
double to Hale
then tapping with her woman but since he had one arm. slays: to:1 whether they are in traps bunkers -

slender fingers against the rough of at that time about the shoulders of Barker Nodine to Williams; : fairway or green. A funny
the bark. Roslta. the bishop did not seem to I of game: 1:30; umpires: Mixon
thing too, that putter he uses hasa
"Tell me, Mateo. she said"if you be troubled." and Valdes. ,, loose cap on the shaft and Just walk into any W9 of .:.4

have forgiven forgiven him. this and gringo forgotten Have?" you I no"Well.commission said Rubriz for this"the Job.devil except had Second Game I round e\cry time like the he hits head it was, it makes fly a the 769,340 flaw in this I" -_.. 5 ,.

" that most of the work was done by' R. H. E. gonna
1? exclaimed Rubrlz-but even: Score by innings:
he guarded his voice so that it might a gringo." Garage 002 201 010 2-8 11 31 I off. When" you don't hear that country where cigarettes are :, .
know he missed the
"Hush! said the bishop. "Who "zingh you
not enter the sleep and disturb the Recreation- I
can speak of the devil where there shot. Well, the most dependable fold and '
dreams of FascuaL"If I forgive him.' 000 221 001 1-7 11 21 say- :
San Juan of has been the manifest hand of Cod?" .
may never Batteries: Jolly and H. Castro; '
forgive me or be aiding me again! lIe went on talking to Rubrl%, for I .
Maximo and Albury.
What? A manstealer who caught a time and to big Pascual, who was 'HOTEL ;{" .,
away Tonlo from me? Forgive him smiling' JUte a, bpd| |ibis two greatvj(: buH Summary JJ.i)?I' Garcia: Hits:2.Lopez Baker 3,2, F. OVER-SEA F t : .
i '
hands 1
him damned before I clasped together ;#
il'11 see forgive And at last I Caraballo 2. H. Castro 2. Lewil.G. 917 ,FLEMING STREET; .
Bishop Emillano
said '
him. : -Rooms- fJ' : Ilh ]d'' 1J! 'J': t#
lie half raised nimself and glared "hut I hari'riot said a word of thanks Go-Cfjaj; D. Garcia Hill. Jolly .
Sl ,With Running Water, $1.00, : l.i"" 'H. Y ttft
Arias Sing Larson I :
Stickney ;
to ,
my son Montana. Where has he ;
at Montana who lay flat on his back I I 1.i 1-
now, with his hands cupped at the. gone? And where Is Roslta;J" errors.: Albury, Larson, F. Car- Person; With Bafk, $

back of his head. "-Kl Keed. said, ''Rubriz, '"whyshoal 1 benelc tj P,' Garcia; home runs: WEEKLY a Person RATES I II , '',''.'',.1 .c"...,f ', ,..,
"Ay. Mateo. said the Kid dream- Ae care about thanks when Castro. Sterling; two base hits:

ily."I've always known it Some day he has Rosita rAnd Baker. D. Garcia, Jolly Albury;I Newly Renovated I

Til have my thumbs in the soft of all three of them on a sad Arias; sacrifice hit: Sawyer; stol New EquipmentNew

your throat and break your wind- den impulse leaned out of the win en bases: Albury, Lopez. C. Grif I ManagementNO

pipe between them. dow and looked down. There in the fin; double plays: Albury to CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE :

Rubriz made a sound as though he thick gloom of the street they could Lopez. Baker to Lewis to Gabriel,

were drawing water not air,through see a man and a woman walking Hill to Lewis to Gabriel l; time of rS II
''Ills set teeth. slowly their heads bowed close together and
game: 1:30;; umpires: Valdes t. l
"But when you are dead. said Dementi. ',,A ,
Rubric. "San Juan strike me If I "Hal!" said Rubrlz. "Can't he find I I CASA MARINA
Standing of the league:
shall not be a little sad." women in his own country? Does L. Pet. Key We.t', Hotel p. Luie
Club- W.
in his the gringo dog come down here to
"Well.voice "when Montana I've buried gentle 111 steal our girls away from us?" Army ............._ 1 0 1.000 I I American Plan ,

get a thick-headed bulldog and "And our hearts brother." said Garage ..._.._._.._ 1 0 1.000 =00 Delightful Rooms, each

Pascual Administration ...-..... 01 .000 with Private Path
him will take #
Rubriz. and that your rI
Recreation ..... ...._ 0 1 .000
place well enough. "Ay. grunted Rubric, "these I I I Evening Dinner --- |2.X

"Ah-h!" murmured Rubric coming gringos they stop at nothingtheywill F E. C. .... .__... 0 0 .000 L. ckeon ___ ____ 1.50

softly,(catlike to his knees and hare all. Lighthouse ...._... .. 0 0 .000 Afternoon Tea _______ .54

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mass in MaiylanJ! by Lori! BaltiiitOie'a -I I .q MUNSON ISLAND
paper. H. part Th. CitUe Athletics will be seen in Diamond-. CAMP ,. ... '
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the legal I year in Britani and cent HU profit for 1I.1i...- Ingraham for the Funeral. Home, I
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America, changed by Act of Parliament fag !I. 5 cents weekly. Nth and Tynes and Gabriel for tee Guides goats
to January 1. nbteriber.. If ke i it mot paid Athletics. I Sea Food-Fishing It' fe cttlauted; that lucre arp this dry

I liE loa. Not Tke Citizen. The game will start promptly a# Boating-Bathing II 769,340 place I Ehi. country where

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I An offer made last 'week by i
i Long's: : Furniture Store on Simmons and
A ................................................ I mattresses and springs hasM\ ,

NEW SERIAL'YJI Last OF Popular Tennis Tease I I I found favor who with want scores to equip of their Key}1tWesters '

I homes with the best in sleeping )

V At Casa Marina Sunday: comfort. i I', BOX SPRINGS

i -y tnve I A small down payment and a

The last of the very popular Mrs. S. S. Durfee of Provi- similar payment each week- was i 11 I IJ

: ? r axlfAaM j ji I Sunday afternoon tennis teas was ;.deuce, R. I., and a guest at. Casa I 1 the plan which Mr. Long terms i w

held yesterday at Casa Marina, | Marina\ has become very well-;:I "the opportunity of a lifetime" to;! '. .tB.x.Sp

,. xr I and this final tea was well-at- [known to ]local tennis fans tby; !i I:, put a Beautyrest mattress in the j eaut y rest aftress. th.

I tended and much enjoyed by the .[reason of her brilliant playing on home! at a special cash price on'j! I II '
spectators and players.A i the courts. She, with L. B. Bur.| the above easy terms during this 'I II hy . .e ,

I number of good exhibition i dick, won the finals: in the tennis I sale- This offer is limited to only SIM20N _

I matches were played with ihs. i tournament last Sunday and several 100. custon ers. -- .ZJf -
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S. S. Darfee Mrs. Daniel Bacon later in exhibition In the Advance Spring Showing
i I days an !I II :
i j Miss Crockett, Miss Emily Cross, I match with Ignacio Carbonell as of Household Fnrniture at Long's a--tj ,

% rr ,: b'i ' Miss Mary Lou Hitt. Richard : her partner, also won. I I II I there are special prices on all furniture 1; /"'

I Cross William Cross, Ignacio Car- I Others who have played during ia the store. This sale 1 : -: : .. /J/,.

Lonell Carl Sawyer: Robert Pin- |I the season in various matches on Manager Long states is' for .., ; /"f. s
n.I/IIIWn6H"/I '
I homes that are in a rundown con. _
der and Mr. Crockett participatI the hotel courts include Mrs. : "l"/IIII/II/ ,'
I I Robert T. Menner, Miss Natalie 1 dition and need a Spring tonic. : If'.lIrr ,t'MrsT .
I I .
i I These Sunday afternoon tennisI Minnick, Misses\ Norma and Clara

: t'I'I I teas, since their inauguration Yates. Miss Florence] Sawyer Mr. Cocktail Hoar

early] in January, have proveni and Mrs. L. P. Connable, Mr. and A

; . '. i very successful], and the list of Mrs.\ L. B. Burdick the Duke of I I I Much Enjoyed

1 ; I players, as well as spectators, Arcos, Mis." Kay McCullough, Miss', -

I yr comprises the prominent members Kyros McCullough. Robert Dopp, The Sunday Afternoon Cocktail $39.50 eachDEEPSEEEPMAJTRfSSMnSw

of ]local society, hotel- guests and Frederick Carbonell]], Ignacio Car'. Hour held yesterday- from 5 to 7

1 I many of the winter residential set I bonell]], Mrs. Edwin Mathews, at Raul's Club on the Boulevard -

'I of the city Peter Schutt and Leo B. Warren. was more than ordinarily success-

I 1---. ... ful, and much enjoyed by the !
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large number attending. SIMMONS
... .. Y ,
,. ..n.uu_ 1..1 Cocktails were served to-

.' PERSONAL MENTION I gether with delightful little \
i if Chapter .Oi>ev T I appetizers '
and there was dancingby \. r. t
'LlTTLE' the whole world-and as far as her j..5... I the ut; 21st rh'llit /
a. MES" guests to th 4h' music of r
husband was concerned Mrs. Stim I
*-y .- Mr. and Mrs. Odilio Molina and I I lives and friends, and returned in PritcharcTs Orchestra.< wW h had! ;
ri"f HERE were three James Brewster'Stimsons. The third son was not far wrong. I ton, who were visiting relatives: the afternoon been especial!!! :engag E r*for""''the I I'j S i' .

Not for the week-end left yesterday. I occasion. *$&$*' 'C | 71 Y .
,! Jam s had a great dealto live up to. only was he the countryside knew and .
; ALL afternoon for the home in Miami. I Oswald Carrero, who was in These\ C6c1klail Hours which 'I
{the grandson, New, Concord's only'e -governor andmpst Interested in the two James
I. I Miami for a short visit, returnedly : have taken the fancy of l local society :
JudgcrHolcomb; and their rides often partook of
eminent citizen but
as so frequently I something of the nature of a triumphal Reginald Hart of the state plane yesterday and also members of the :

pointed out the son of the one entirely satisfactory husband progress. The Governor, as I I j plant board, returned yesterday - winter colony .are proving more

Kansas had ever produced. The Judge usually added "or owner of several fine farms, was "j from a short business visit in Miami. -. Paul Lightbourne. who. was in successful and enjoyable. .

shy other state." keenly interested in the crops and i Key<< West for a brief visit, returned
the weather and all that pertains; i ,I yesterday: afternoon to his returned in the afternoon to Mi $29.50 eachHumbcrKinqMattn
Everyone in New Concord suspected hand it on to his children. Life
thereto so that he and his farmer j Mrs C. W. Blanding, who was home in Miami. Lami. .
and all the women knew would have been unbearable to both friends had a great deal to discuss.It I spending several weeks- with her I -
old James and old Sarah if they had. ,
positively' that this paragon, Dr. not little James. I was small wonder then that I I mother- Mrs. Florida Lightbourn,I Charles Curry of the Hotel I Mrs. Mellie Fulford, left yes- io

Jim;Stimson., the second James, had "The Governor was born in Massa little James preferred the River I and other relatives loft yesterday! i ii Colonial force-, returned yesterday terday for Miami for a visit with jmi

refused to be vaccinated during the chusetts. In the early fifties, while! Road where it was lonelier and i j i for her home in Fort Myers Fla. from a visit with relatives in her son, Arthur and other relative "SIMMONS ffi rtr ..
there were fewer long talks about 6 < 7 "t
smallpox epidemic in 1883 because he was still studying law at Harvard I Miami. i y.
manure, the condition of the wheat Madame Vesevolod Baikowa i
he''could; not bear to go on living! he had been fired with an ambition I.
and other uninteresting things not who was the house guest of Mrs ----
after the death of his wife Molly. "to go West and grow up designed for the entertainment of I Proceso Cano was an arrival
Robert T. Menner for several REVIVAL MEETINGS
with the However
Molly died in giving birth to the young small boys. James was a born chatterbox weeks left afternoon 1 I yesterday form Miami for a visit .. u ,
Stimson had neither the ambition yesterday
,but his grandfather was very ., with relatives and friend First M. E. Church
third James. nor the desire to West and for her home in New York
go grow I. II j I
strict about not letting/ him inter DR. C. K. VLIET
Dr. Jim at the time was not yet up with the country alone, so he
rupt when his elders were talking. I II I Max Halpern, sister. of Mrs. Presiding Elder of Miami Dist. %
thirty, handsome, talented an only married pretty Sarah Stockwell I I Mrs. A. L. Brost, of Miami, who I Mrs
almost before the ink was dry on James liked it better when his Morris Holtsberg, arrived yester- Tonight .at 7:30 O'clock
Son and heir to a fortune. Apparently his sheepskin. grandfather took him fishing. I arrived over the highway last i iI I i day from Miami and after a short EVERYONE WELCOME F r

nothing counted but Molly. lIe Dressed in their oldest clothes they week and was the guest for a few'I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Holtsberg,i I'I .
Their honeymoon was their jour I days of her brother-in-law and sis-
would scramble down the river bank
died her .
murmuring name and was Westward. They had no definite
ney -
ter. Mr. Mrs Edwin
just below the Mansion and fish In and Roberts
canonized overnight. His little son Intention when they set out of set
a slough a mile or two further on and other relatives, returned yes-
was: then six months old. tling In Kansas. They planned near the Leavenworth Road. It terday afternoon.
Vaguely to take a look at Saint Joseph.
The women were entirely respon- would be impossible to explain just
aisle for Dr. Jim's posthumous Missouri' or possibly go on to why James always caught a little Captain Veral Roberts left yesterday $22.75 each 1.
a place in the wilds "Western Kansas
fish and his grandfather a big one afternoon for a brief visit j I WEEK
saJnUhip. Tho men had liked Jimfall known as Denver. FINAL
but this seemed natural and fitting to Miami and other points. I
enough living. They grew fearfu : It was by merest chance that to both.
|y: tired of him dead. Judge hole I their paddle-wheeled river steamer, I
The Governor had become more Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders loft,
its to Saint from I
on way Joseph
nb. a bachelor claimed that and more silent as he grew older yesterday afternoon for a visit
Saint Louis developed engine trouble -
wl enever a New\: Concord husband aQd tied for three days at but on these fishing trips he often with relatives in Miami. j jMorris I I TlieKnittingShop
up talked to his grandson for hours at I '
..*}sht his wife looking at him with the wharf of a struggling trading I II I
a time. "Did it hurt an awful lot
Isadore Rubin former 424 Duvil Street
in post on the left bank of the MIs- ; and -; :
a peculiar gleam her eye he knew "
I 1
when they cut your arm off? James
homeseek-- I Key Westers now making
souri River. The
th; t he was being compared to Dr. young would ask anxiously as it for the KNIT
ers relieved the tedium of the three their homes in Miami, arrived yesterday :
jli i and that the first time. The Governor would
comparison was days' stay by climbing the heavily re-I I for a short stay with relai -
ply that it had hurt pretty LITTLE AS
eously unsatisfactory. wooded banks on the Kansas side i :
though he spared the child i
.' he women sniffed at these Jokes and exploring the fertile wooded F
of.;the, judge. Like a certain royal i country beyond. hideous without anaesthetics.details of an amputation: I I COAST GUARD r

temporary they were not amused Thrushes and meadow larks sang !H $3.00 H .
Perhaps tho story James liked
ana made no bones about showingltJ1 their clear yearning love songs hour best was the one about the swarms'of SHIP ARRIVES tf u f6 r
eJ' actually' seemed to feel RIvPnRS DI
: a after hour. The young/ Stimsons 'e- ,
vicarious pride in Dr. Jim's almost stopped to listen hand in hand at grasshoppers which In 1S63 set I I
tied over Kansas like a plague of DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN OTHER
deliberate death and never eeemcdtollira the top of a high bluff overlooking!: :
: of discussing it. the Missouri just where the river Egypt and literally ate up every The Coast Guard Vessel Carra- 1 A Modern Felt MattressOVER
spear of grass and blado or leaf of MERCHANDISE
Beyond irritating their husbands began a magnificent mile-wide bend. basset from Fort Lauderdale- armed -

this would have been harmless "Well stay and build a home on ; green. in port this morning and 1 200'LAYERS OF FELT CO INTO ITS

enough If the interest in the father this very spot" they decided. They The account of the grasshoppers f berthed at Pier B, at the naval ta- ,CONSTRUCTION
his said
h\9 not Inspired them to an Interest stayed, but it was many years before appearing as grandfather < tion for a supply of fuel'oil. .
"like cloud between us and the --
in-hla son It was the third James they bad their heart's desire I It was learned that the vessel is I

Stlms/m's great misfortune that the and,builded, the mansion of their sun" covering of New Concord the streets to the and depthof sidewalks I expected to come into the dock J. ricedat.$35.00:

women of New Concord, particular; dreams on.the river bleb t{ frequently for the purpose of securing v iftiatitY ? ** : c.-
intimates 'Sarah; a foot and being shoveled by the Med ;Cob ; Yelf(
1yj.1hell of his Aunt ; : lp .LCJ4: : Mattresses
They at first happy years,, oil, supplies and provisions. _
tatlAtainedr; Tor'' more than, twenty even gay( were years.;, New Concord failed, citizens Into into enormous the river hogsheadsand by the I Those who have ., .. fig"ff'Jj. ,,,.. .."...a....... .. ...-.__ $10.40 up

years maternal an acUvely and possessively I alas, to become the metropolis of ton was dumped to James a tale so delight ........................ t c 4' 1, Feltr: at :C voltiMattreisea:?'fi( 8.80 up
in his
ment. his career concern and most of develop all. In II James dreams and developed Instead ,1 fully awful that' he fairly shivered Today's Horoscope driven it say .*. s is : FabriC: '.iqg! ..(. ._ .,,;-...;... .i.'",: :...; ".. :u.r..I"f '.. .:t, up
Into a pleasant little residential /scc Coil S l!. ... 20
his marriage. with joy every time he heard It. *4'4 pn ..: .,. -, .- \to1t,1. "'.1
I city of sixteen thousand souls. He could not look with equanimityupon .....e......CU*.......... i iI iI S .
'trobably: no little orphan was: his interests NEW MODERN "
James extended
soon even a lone grasshopper until ;sF '' 'DIN.I.NG' ROOM :SUITES

ever ished.more The tenderly night of loved his father's and cher funeralSarah beyond local affairs. he was quite a big boy. brusque This' day nature gives, but a kindly somewhat and { .._....._......._.....__:...:.:_.............._..:.,.... $82.80 .

lie was one of those instrumentalIn not thrilling, DINETTE SUITES. ...._. ._... .. '
his grandmother, said Almost but quite as much attached to friends and with .. ._........_ 40.80 :\

to her husband. "The tenderness of making Kansas into a tree state. were the stories of the dark days much native wisdom. Fond of the I BREAKFAST SETS .......?... ...._.._.,.:_, 14.40 up :
Later be fought to keep it free and after the Civil War when settlers I NEW STYLE ,
God has left us little James. I country and adapted for rural surroundings BEDROOM SUITES .... 64.50 up

The Governor made no answer. lost Dull an Run.arm Some at the years second after Battle the close of came new Utopia flocking only in expecting to face years to find of a ( ; if educated, the person -I,I { S' Beach and Lawn'Umbrellas. ._m_..-...._... 4.95 up '"t

frr his heart was the bitter cry that : Folding Canvas Beach Chairs ...... 95c
of the War he was elected governor heartbreaking drought. But as becomes a right-hearted, rather ._.. __ up -

bat a god taken capable him of and tenderness spared his would son. and might have gone to the these tales made James sad the I blunt character very- free -4 Special price on Window Shades ......._. '25c up .

Later, when Time had softened that United States Senate. But his health Governor cheered him up by telling I with both energies and 1105ses ions. pw.. a I. We are offering; special terms of $1.00 down

bitterness, be remembered and was had never been good after the loss of the discovery of alfalfa and dry If untrained, there is a rich nature and $1.00 a week to limited number of 100 who
comforted. of his arm. lie returned to New Con farming in the Western'portions of beneath a somewhat rough

The tenderness of God.he would cord and his law practice.The the state, emphasizing the stupen exterior and a slight tendency to :... will mike their payments promptly at the store !
the famous BEAUTYREST
whisper, watching the child asleep two James Stimsons used to dous strides forward Kansas had fensuousness. I h1 : on ; MATTRESSES.
In his cradle or playing by his side. ride together almost every fine afternoon made in consequence.So : Armstrcng and Gold Seal Conaroleum and :
Sometimes as the boy the Governor astride Dan like a bard of old the first
grew older Linoleum
I Rugs, 6x9: $4.00; 71/2x9, $5.00; 59
be seemed both son and grandson. his Kentucky pacer, and James III James Brewster Stimson sang his j
$6.00; 9xlOV2: $6.95; 9x12: $8.00 9x15: 10.00
of to enthralledand
He was called James to distinguish on Bird his pony named after Miss sagas long ago an ,

him from' his father. But more often Bird Strong, one of his neighborsand enraptured audience of one. I i j. BE SURE TO DRIVE up. s I

titan not the Governor thought of closest friends. And deep In the heart of hid small i Cook in comfort with liut'very littleexpense

him r' as Jim. The start of their daily ride was grandson was planted a love for his : s J THE MASTER DE LUXE CHEVROLET -use Florence cr Gardner Oil Cook/Stove, 2 :

c an event in the rather dull routine state, a reverent admiration for his wi i
: before deciding on car burcer $14.90 '
any up. :y
THE.Gonrnor was a born roman- of the Stimson household. Mrs. grandfather and an unconscious desire

< : was to carry on the Stimson used to claim proudly as to make both proud of him. ; Owners of the new Master De Luxe Cher Alexander Smith's AxminsterRugs, size s }S

name continue the family traditionof the two rode off bowing and way This was to influence his entire life. HYPEROPIAOr ': ''rolet are telling friends-"Don't decide on 22V/ x45 up, with prices from ,$2.25 up..;* '
service and leadership live In ing that they were the two handsomest (Copyiigbt. lSS slated a. Farnham ( Far Sight) Chevrolet's
the house any car until you have driven A premium of 10 nor' cent d ic6unti'dill be:
his grandfather had built men In the entire state of I. '* ..
fhort '
with such loving pride and care, Kansas-which meant, of In More of the background of"Little I When your eyes are new Master De Luxe! Buyers:are placing given for cash with crder on ou'r-entire stock with
: course tomorrow.
James" comes out from front to back-flattened their orders now. We advise all who> are
I I the exception of items by Simmons that have a
like an orange, they are "far- in the market for a new car Belling at any
nationally advertised resale price on which there I
.- -. . -- _. .---- I I sighted." I price under a thousand dollars to see and is no cash discount.

DR. VLIET WILL i I I I Presiding Elder: of the Miami Dis- sage for both old and young alike,' Far-sighted people, especially I drive earlieat the new Master opportunity.De Luxe at We their are ALL SALES AT CASH PRICES QUOTEDON
trict rigid
I will open a series of evange-, it is stated. | children: can 1.I EASY TERMS ,
listic meetings in the auditorium I II | Dr. and Mrs. Vliet will arrive sight; tests, but suffer from always glad to place a car at your disposal, '

HOLD SERVICES, of the First Methodist Church, today and will be the house" guests : nervousness severe headaches, I without obligation,for you to put to exactly We Feature Quality: MerchandiseLONG'S

beginning tonight at 7:30, and.: of Rev. and Mrs. Ceo. E. Sum-: } nausia and "Car-sickness." Women ''I the kind of driving test you may desire.,

I" continuing each evening through; men at the parsonage on Simon n and children suffer much FURNITURE STORE S

Dr C. K, Vliet a former leading -I I out the week. Dr. Vliet is one of ton street during the course of] more than men. I MELTZER MOTOR CO.

physician of Baltimore, who! the leading preachers of the day
deserted the medical profession I These the meeting. I DR. J. A. VALDES. 800 FLEMING STREET PHONE 80
meetings are being spon- (Phone 377 Caroline and New Streets .
when he heeded Cod's call to j sored by the Young People's Del Everyone is invited to attend',
i 532 DuT l Street
preach>> the gospel, and who is raw 1 partment but Dr. Vliet has a mes these revival meetings. I t ," III II ;

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