The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 4, 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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FERA Maps Out: Varied Program** '. I MEDICAL) AID,..< Secretary Of War And Party MRS. ROOSEVELT j Commissioners Oppose Any


Of Activities- ., -' For-Island- City: t' CLIENTS HERE,I Arrive Here Today On Plane RADIO PROGRAM ': Diversion Of ,Race Track

Many Projects To Be Undertaken -!I'HARRY A. BIJRKEt DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL, SERV. George Henry Dern, -beach Martello towers, Fort Taylor SUBJECT OF "FIRST LADY OF And Gasoline Tax Funds

:I .ecretar"f aquarium, Raul's for
In Preparation VISITS KEY WEST ICE DEPARTMENT OF KEY;1 M I of war, Mrs. Dern and the trained fish, art gallery I LAND" WILL BE "BETTER

WEST ADMINISTRATION' and hostess, Mr. and Mrs F. naval station, and the submarine I ---A
For Next Winter
I I Deasson of Coconut Grove base.While Various Other Matters
Season ved by plane this afternoon for a stop was made at Delmonico res- I
Discussed At
NEWSPAPERS GUEST OF taurant. Here Regular
; view of the city the party was COMMITTEE
Medical aid has been given to I, joined by Major' (General Harry 1 1, Mrs Roosevelt) wife of the
MR.ANDMRS.B.CURRYHarry Others in the party are Colo- Hale U. S. A. retired, and Major I Meeting Of Board Held
With the end of the current many relief clients in a number I president, will be heard in a broadcast -

of different ways during the I,i nel Beverly C. Dunn, United General Frank Holcomb. U. S. A.,; over a hook of the Nation- ,, I Last
tourist season nearly here, a proposed I retired, and enjoyed luncheon up Ill Ai>iM rliitr t'rea.lTALLAHASSEE I NightI
A. Burke formerly with past month. Mrs. Nina Ryder]![ States Army engineers, from I served Spanish style I I al Broadcasting company, tomor- Fla., I

comprehensive program of the Hearst newspapers, was a|Johnson's report to M. E. Gil-',I Jacksonville and' Colonel George Secretary Dern was asked by ; row at 1 ::CO: o'clock in the after- April 4.-Bernie C, 1'apy, _

activities for the neat four visitor in Key West yesterdayfor I fond. Key West administrator,!)I, The Citizen if his visit had! a political j neon County commuiioncr of Mon-
a short time and was the,I | E. Brown, United States Army significance but he said he representative to the legislature -
shows. \ Mrs.
Mtrs. Johnson is Roo.evelt's
subject will be
month, looking to a greater season guest of Mr. and Mrs. Beryl: I engineers from Miami Beach. merely wanted to visit the city from Monroe\ roe county went on record at the
of the social service the "Better
I departmentof
Curry.Mr. : Housing Program" of
that much in the
was so publiceye
next year than was.experienced \ Burke told The Citizen the,local district of the Florida They were met at the landing at the present time. He j! the administration and it is the I County, was today placed regular meeting Itit night a. being -

.t"i'l; year in Key West, was that he had not been in Key Wl-st ERA. barge, by Major\ W. ,W. ',Rhein Ui!' thought the rehabilitation programwas I. wish of the administration to at- on the House Efficiency irrevocably opposed to .diver

for 14 years. That he noted month 2CO .fami A., commanding officer at an excellent one. He commented j tract the attention of the
During the ;;e\: womenof non of
made:,,public today,.by M. E. Gil.foadKey many changes, that the city presented on the fact that soldiers j 1 Committee. race or gasoline tax
were visited J by the community. "Key( Wet barrack?; Mayor Wnii" the nation to the advantage offered
cleaner and attractive
a more stationed at the local barracks funds
once for
West,Administrator appearance but that th?1 nurse, and, 291 patients were, seen ) Malnne? president of .\\lne 'Key' never wanted to leave, and : the people of the t United THREE : n7.her; \ purpose for

Mr. -Gilfond submitted the program population had. apparently,! at the, clinic naintained by the Wes Hospitality League; ; he could not blame them after,; States. I! MEMBERS which now. legallyXe'l! .teA.

dwindled and business acivity' department. Gilfond, acting Florida E. l1'1. seeing tie! city. When questioned In a telegram to R'm11.. Porter Present
Jo Julius F. Stone, Jr., Flor. was not as evident as it was at Relief clients: received 417 prescriptions ministrator; Mrs.Fred Vvhy no more soldiers were stationed , chairman of the Better Housi ; ARE INITIATED at thq Dleeti c, were

ida ERA Administrator that period. < chairman of the Greeting Com- here, the secretary stated that |i i ig Committee in Key West, he i is Chairman Carl Barvaldi, Commisioners .
Asked what publication he was during the month 314 mitee of the Hospitaliy! League,, after the army is increased by 46.-!'} asked by Fons A. Hathaway, state
A bridle path between rows of connected with at this time, Mr. of which were filled at the clinic. and Robert Spottswood chairmanof 000 men he thought a number of i director of the program to art -i'I i BY ROTARIANS ( W. R. Porter, Braxton B.

coconut palm along the waterfront Burke replied that he was not Several emergency cases were the Transportation Committee, them may be placed at the local t!j lange a mass meeting of the leading -i Warren and Nathan Niles Clerk
allied with any at all, but was I( handled laboratory tests made of the League j barracks. i j women of the city to hear Mrs !

an open swimming pool, the writing only when he felt inclined I and and minor operations From the barge the )party went! When the sightseeing tour was Roosevelt: ; REPRESENTATIVE OF SCHOOL Rots C. Sawyer, Chief Deputy

and all of his contribution i: major !i to the barracks where the troops, completed it was time to return;I; In this way the occasion will be I Sheriff Clements .
water of which will be ccdstantlycirculating magazines or periodicals were performed. assembled in parade formation to the barge and make pro ira-,, offered for the women to focus UNIT GIVES TALK; SEV-

with the ebb and flow I as an unconnected freelance. :1 Through an arrangement made! and passed in review. A saluteof I tions for the return to Miami.j. t their attention on the BetterHousing ERAL GUESTS IN ATTEND matter of disposition of,the

with the Parents and Teachers! 19 guns was fired in honor of' The party left at the regular sailing Program, become familiar gasoline tax and race track loadsWan
of the tide .beautification and o.L.1 children the secretary. time anti the members expressed with many of the details of the ANCE AT TODAY'S MEET
PLANE BRINGS Association school can 1 I' brought about by a statement
After the ceremonies at the themselves as enjoying a : play, and receive a comprehensive
er functions are included in I have their examined by local that a movement had been initiated -
I eyes 1 barracks the party visited the most delightful and irtercsting. explanation) of the idea. ,:

summer program. 23 PASSENGERSCRAFT !, optometrists, when teachers report .I. boulevard, development at the I trip. ti t;!: It. is also suggested that Mrs. |I i I! Initiation ceremonies occupied I to divert these funds for other

indications of poor eyesight.'t .. i i| Roosevelt's talk be made the cen- purposes: ana communications,
) most of the time of Rotary
The schedule of activities, if This was a j joint arrangement) --- I tral theme of meetings, and these today's from other counties had been received -
and the relief administration will I meetings I could be supplemented by luncheon, which was pre.
money is available, will make it' DRIVING THIS MORNING -' THOMPSON AND COMPILE COSTS asking that Monroe oppose
I I take care of the children of bona | a program of addresses stressingthe sided over by Eddie Strunk, president the idea.

possible for Key West to present i ian WAS OF GREATER fide relief clients when it is importance and urgency of this of the organization. .

attractive front for I I found the school students are suffering -: PRICE ARRANGE FOR OPERATION ,i.i matter. ]I i The new member being given 1 Mr. Porter moved that a resolution
unusually CAPACITY from .need of eye treatment -;, I I I be adopted! and forwarded to

tourist neat winter attd for residents or glasses., Parents of the! RACES IN CUBA OF GOVERNMENT COLORED MAN !1[ the degrees was Leo Hughes lUan.1 Slate Senator Arthur Gomez and

children, whenever possible Mrs.! I ager of the Over-Sea Hotel. The Representative B. C. Papy at Tal-
as well. There were 23 passengers arriving Johnson pointed out, are to pay, I other two who were initiated

Todaythilcoitlining,thc proposed on the plane. from Miami all ora, portion of this,cost. j' II I I! ---- I l GIVEN HEARING!j i were Steve nff'jjrHr+ipmd; Roy I liha&ve' of, advising' he'"coramibsibnetfCommunications them of the: "attitude -
this morning' follows: James The rpport'covering the health BOTH LEAVE HERE, YESTERDAY : U. S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE -
Lade although they became af
program Administrator Oilman, Jr., Mark Hollingsworth, section of the social service department -, I I i! from W. V.
Gilfond that the in'' TO PERFECT PLANS GIVES FIGURES ON: filiated with the club some time Knott. comptroller and treasurerex
j ;
pointed out pro -; Melda E. Bard, Oscar\ Bard Mari. shows another field I
pects for the next four months lyn D. Bard I Larry A. Bard, Carl which the relief administration is FOR BOAT REGATTA BE.I! STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT .1 VICTOR KEAICNED ON I I ago. The initiation ceremonies officio of Monroe county, advised -

was one wide in scope, and that!I Tucker, Marcia Braey Tucker, helping Key Westers. CHARGE OF ASSAULT were conducted under the direction { that no. offerings of bonds
TWEEN TWO PORTS MAINTENANCE I II III : been received by his office
Carl Tucker Jr., Bruce Barton,
I of Bill Warren and Charlie
it: would keep every departmentof J David Linsay. John Remwick II I AND BATTERY I during the month of March.

the administration working at Martha Boehm, John Rhode I NO CHANGE INTRAFFIC f --' i : Smith. I Tax Collector Frank II. Ladd'

top fpecd, so that the tourist sea.I' George II. Dern, Charlott Dern,I 'I Not berg Thompson and Clem <.M> t.. The ('ill".., I i I Andy Miller had as his guest at report showed deposit in the First

son next year may be more success F. II. Deasson, Elvira Deasson, LAWS C. !Price, members of the yachting .. JACKSONVILLE; Aprilt..-, Victvr Kee, colored I was ar .[ the meeting today A'. J, Angle, : National follows Bank S4.C37.25, allocated

than was the one this year. Beverly C. Dunn, George E.I committee, left yesterday for Havana The United States Department of n i l1t'd'this morning in the court I!I I Customs Collector of Tampa, and General as Revenue: $787.77 Find
t Brown, Porter Norris, Graham ''''of Justice of the Peace Rogf'lioGomt'z. ;
I i G. N. Gobhorn. local collector
Commerce is authority! for the ;
Every phase of the operations Jackson Cuba, to arrange further details . and Forfeiture, $250.70; Out-
and George Young. on a charge of assault and )
of the administration was taken) The plane arriving this morn-!I MAYOR SAYS ALL PARTS OF in connection with the yacht statement that the cost of state,, battery on his wife. j|, with the same department | standing Indebtedness, $1,169.01;
into consideration in preparing! j j I! and local government in Florida: The assault took bctwet'n'!'I Eddie Strunk had as his guest,! Special Advertising, $83.56 Special -
ing was not of the seating ('ara-I ORDINANCE WILL BE ace to be held Saturday, startingat place
the summer program, and if thejschedule { for the 1 1031 for o'clock last the Frank Alvarez, representative of Bond and Interest, $167.13;
i city of those usually making the the Cuban capital and finishingat \ year was $70.17 ,. 10 and 11 night at
i i'l carried out, Key West)! trips between Miami and Key j I ENFORCED I each woman and child livingin residence on Olivia street near the H-Y Club of the local High Road Fund $166.13; General
Key West. man ::;chod, School
will be in readiness for the influx I $835.65; Special
Simonton street and created sucha School, who short talk
West but a
was of convrted gave
a :
of tourists expected next >ear.II commodore type with I j There are a number of yachts the slate The same authority disturbance that hundreds of the coming IIi-Y convention to onl beheld I Bond Interest, $391.80: ; Special
Most\ of tho< who here this greaterpa. l shows that the cost of state and School Tax District, No.1,
: e were .<& carrying capacity. i "There has been no change in Havana harbor, owners of u-'idents in the vicinity were roared : at Tampa. Fla.
have desire to jNEWYORKHOURS j I local government in nearby states, 1 $783.60.Remitted.
year expressed a from and thronged J t Several members sgnifieH tb! >ir
whatever in the traffic laws as which are expected to enter the sleep many !
return neat season: and 01 h. I for the same ptnod was: South : to Comptroller: Knott,
many I the sidewalk. intention of going to the district
i published', and officers of the) i
and it is for this that
ors: it is anticipated, will comet; j police department are doing all i, purpose Carolina $35.48; Georgia $34.31; The magistrate heard the evidence convention at ISradenton, Fla., 2841.21, less commissions of
with them. Mr. Thompson and Mr.\ Price will Kentucky $34.l> ; Tennessee: $f 6.72. Total remitted to' comptroller
I i possible to enforce them," Mayor! and placed the! offender under this month.BLAZE.
Plant Development t meet with the $37.20: ; Alabama $30.! 'J; Mississippi ' !1 278439. .
{ I owners.
bond of $100) for trial at the i
FOR RELIEF UNIT Wan. H. Malone told The Citizen j
Devt lopmcnt of the Key West': ''! I today In the issue of The Citizen of $33.CG; Arkansas $30.5I; .next term of criminal court. Repoit of Judge Itugh ,Gunnj\ {
Botanical Garden plants for j 1 j The. cost pi., ,ovvrniiicnt.' .,inFkiida"for Prahk' Flemiit .,'\\n ''eustolly( of IN 1 STORE showed collections$ on Itcegigs d 'g->
I "Of ,course there are tsoniQ vjo-i Tuesday, a list of nine vessel and. lON
which are!! furnished; by the U. S. OPERATIVES I the year 1002 wan 'Dhj;GtJ' Sheriff ClaudJ')1.swe; ar IRK March from .O t her. ,thanrnfctchants ,
"af WILL START ON lations:: ,which go unpuni hed.-JpiS' names of their owners known, *" The increase I $19Q.50fl > ,
Quarantine 'Station Miami. hj I )' was, $8.57 )per'iier's'oh.l I'vtod'this) afternoon alid'was pla DUVALSTREET $ rhe at', reqpjy;
contemplated in'' the( all-inclusive' EIGHT.HOUR-DAY TOMORROW is only to be expected with ,the ap'having signed up for the race, froim 1102* : 18 'Isai-li'VlB! :: n Ktbs rd"in county jail' to await trial at t $127 an4 comtfy" $ ,3,50. ,1I.Mjtfr.chants. .

proguam. This garden will present -| I small force of officers the city and\ .the, .committee members now reasonable incipase'"iti'uuill ; ( !H 'lntJJtt' 'term of'Crimiriaf r court. j r $60, state,receives $4f p.) arW",

iri array of tropical;: flora of has but the police department i in Havana. ; ,confidently expect to government\ 'le'that''di' t ia'justifiable' His hearing'was' befotie'Justice county: $29, .". .. ". . -;
every kindand although it i is exprctrd I{ !1It.lid 1I i has been instructed to arrest anyand secure.aDumber, of other entries. ; ''but" 'an''increase"' \ ;tot of the, Petite* ::' Kl: Lowe:'hll'Tavernier. BUILDING FORMERLY OCCU. Report of, G-( Sam Bl ,Curry,4..

, to "e an attraction for I i all persons caught disobeyingany 'Trophies: for the winners of the 7l8't; "is'Utterly'"ridie'alou;C' or n charge or nreakingand \ PIED BY "MONKEY clerk' of criminal court, ,of fl!5eJ.
tourist will be a permanent im-I j workers. will go back of "the provisions of the or-1 races are on display in the win- Why should the per capita cost entering and his bond is fixed [ MAN" disposed of and continued at the
prpvement in Key West. The eight-hour,: per day schedule dinance. i dows of the Key West Drug com- of government in Florida be more at $1.000. FIRE SOON PUT OUT March term was read, a{>povej{ 1

nursery ill Key West i is to be enlarp.ed j of work, beginning tomorrow, itwas This statement was made by pany. One a lor the first yacht to than double the cost in most of :and ordered filed.
the cabanas along "IJestHrach" !: announced this, morning! the mayor when asked if there'| finish and the others are first.and! our neighboring states? The main Sheriff K. O. Thompson's report -
During the past few weeks had been any !sections of the ordinance -' 17 WIISOMETURNS showed deposits of funds in
are to be )beautified, anti second place winners in Class reason is because we have ID 1 An alarm of fire sounded from
the ground of the Key West' those on the work payrolls have abrogated or any orders! "A" and Class lOB" boards and commissions in this Box 221 et 5:30 o'clock this time First National Bank amount

Tropical Aquarium and Key West beam: working) only seven hours issued to officers to i ignore ccr-j I i state with authority to levy taxes TO ISLAND CITY called the: apparatus to morning a di-- ing to $97.11 during the monthof
tain infractions ,
Hospitality House will 1 be decorated for dav but will return to the old of ordinance : and incur debt, and it will not be ]aridated structure Duval March.
more extensively with! tropical rchedule Parting tomorrow. |I f I'I The m 'or wishes it und!r-j CUSTOMS MENARRIVE possible to effectively reduce our -.. street: near Petronia. on Clerk Sawyer reported collet;
stood that the ordinance as i tions of $4.247.98 during'the'
flora, cost of government until we remove
blaze the inside of
Demolition of unsightly and ONE MARRIAGE | ed in The Citizen is in print-I HEREANGLE the taxing authority of this Howard Wilson, deputy collector the rtore which was was on formerly used month of March on tax redemp-

hazardous buildings in the city, : ':,' will remain in force until otherwise . large number of governmentalunits. of Internal Revenue with the by John Mastrajani. "The Monkey tions or purchase of tax deed certificates -
i : provided by city council. j United States government, who .
wherever that can bo done with- I The adoption of the constitutional Man." and was quenched in a
out destrojing any of the city's'indigenous ];i' LICENSE ISSUED --- i I I amendment sponsored had been in Miami for the past short time.A Application of Tax Assessor J.

charm, i is another ar- AND O'DONAHUC this organization, eliminating three months on special duty in Olto Kirchheiner for first quarterly =
(j r i CUBA TRANSPORTS bv : permit was i issued (this morning -
tivity to be carried on this sum-1 I COME TO KEY WESTYESTERDAY j I jail I ad valorem taxation, willi connection with his department from the office of Building commission on assessments of
has returned to West.JJSceta'tleIncreased i real and personal property amounting
luring the week Key
for the corn :| ending today this authority
mer in preparation {i drastically remove : Inspector Harry Baker for demolition
there but license :: 108 PASSENGERS j jI { business to. $582.4,9 was taken up. The
ins tourist season. Streets and was one marriage ji and make reduction possible.i of the building. and activity
road-t will be repaired as far as i issued from the office of i I j.1 Our program is not primarily of the revenue department in Mi- started at once. boar approved the application.It .
Judge This issued ami at the beginning of the present unanimously: decided that
possible! and a fine art commis-: Hugh: Gunn. was i I is[ criticism of our officials Our '
elfin. organized some time ago, will ,:' : April 1 to A. A. Herschmann. Steamship Cuba sailed yester- I A. J. Angle, collector of customs I present tar system has been year, Mn; Wilson was given Tax Collector Ladd be advised

'pi'is finally on all demolition and: and Laura Ka sner. I t day for Havana with 99 first class!!! of Florida, was an arrival yesterday handed down to us by past gen- this special assignment! and dur-i lElLTWATCON that the board insists that the law

new construction\ projects. '!! Issuance of the license was followed passengers, nine second class, four I; from his headquarters in Tam:I orations. We have improved and ''ing his,, time in the Miami office"he relative ,to the collection of licenses -
I by the wedding in the officeof 'I I I has worked indefatigably in cal be ,rigidly enforced.
Organization of school' childrenfor 'I automobile, five tons of freight pa, accompanied by Jerry O'Don- modernized! our business! methods t VISITTNGHERE
the, judge with his assistant! J. operation with the' other offielalsf)- ,
a permanent summer" program and 7D sacks of mail. I i I ahue, chief of the customs border and our general manner of living
of clean-up, in order that the G, Iiodela, offi'iatin'Itnesses Ferry Estrada Palma arrived patrol. I jyet I we continue to operate under in clearing up the greater portion' I LO'NC, TIME IN SAME HOUSE
can be clean it i iI' were Laura C. Schlick and Beatrice : Mr. i is of the business hat had ac-; -
city as that completely
yesterday afternoon with one car ] Angle is on one of his regular ,. a tax system ;' .
C. Holmes. (i I cumulated in matters pertaining the visitors in Westis ST PAUL. Minn.-G. L. O'Bryan -
theKey 1 Among Key
now in contemplated by of mail and four miscellaneous visits to G. N. Goshorn, deputy oat of date. Our present officials
to revenue collections, and other' Emile D. Watson well known of this city has lived in the
West Administration with the
cars. I I collector in charge at Key have no authority to change this
end in view of giving school children '- Steamship Ceiba. of the Stand. .. West, and his other friends of the I system, but many of them are in matters in the administration of statistician and writer and consulting same house and slept; in the same

out of school something con- SPECIALFRIDAY ard Fruit and Steamship company,i 1 local unit, and will remain for the full sympathy with the revisionwe the offire. I actuary for the Ford'and bedroom for 44 years.

ftructive to do in the rehabilitation I. is due tomorrow from New York rest of the week. : propose. Mr. Wilson will now remain DuPont interests. :
of the city. | AND SATURDAY for fuel oil from the Porter Dock I I Mr. O'Donahue will be remembered here permanently In his regular!I Mr. Watson came to Key Wed THE REDSHAWLER"Benefit

Mass! drill exhibitions, aquatic ORANGE LAYER CAKE and company. The ship is en route to by many Key Westers as HOLDS FOR BETTER PRICE J capacity and will resume the'duties to gain an idea of the FERA rehabilitation -i! c.-_.reial Dept.,.

and field meets, boxing, tennis, DATE LAYER CAKE, oc Frontera, Mexico. I' at one time captain of one of the that he heretofore performed -( plan its scope and progress -; Key w..t Hifk School.

and golf tournaments, and other I special A t OUl/ Freighter Ozark of the Clyde-' ferries plying between Havana MONROE La.-Henry BuU rd,. prior to leaving for Mi- and to take a short vacation; Frida,.. April 8. a O'clock

recreational activities are includedin J Mallory' Lines is due in Key West I! and Key West. He will also remain 75-year-old negro farmer near' ami.Daring on which he is enjoying as ,the HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
the plan for the offseason.A MALONEY ,& PEACOCK I tonight from New Orleans en'! in Key West the rest of the this city, has been holding 13 bales J his absence,' Ernest guest of Keith.Morgan.,vice president -
dozen water colors are to be I' Flemint\St.\ Phone 818 j route to Miami and Jackson.'!I week and will accompany Mr. of cotton since 1906 for a higher! Bigelow-attended:to the, affairs) of the Warm- Springs Foun- Tickets' _-___ -._. -. 2Sc
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Dally Except Sunday By Adult citizens of Key West who are __ _
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rkifc. citttKx... .... ARTMAX.! pcnijsniNU INC. inclined to laugh at the love making of I! DAYS GONE BY ',., ..........................._...u...._ ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeee

From The Clttten Bulldlac the youth of the land are not wise. Thereis I Happenings Her ;Jmtt 10 YeaH Temperature* a I I throughout mOlt! bf tf>te Sottth Atlantic ..I.II AUTO AGENTS PROTEST I ing to an agent of the local dealer'
<<.:Corner Greene and Ann Streets Ado TnJey Ae Taken Front Highest State, with a slight disturb-! OUT-OF-TOWN BUYING'
no more important function in life than .. .. 74 he asked "why is it that this man Dally Newspaper in Key West and Monroe the attraction of the right persons into The File Of The Citizen Mean Lowest ..:...:: ..:::::::::::-:::::::::=:'::7'J I I ance central this morning! overeastern Editor, The Citizen: t comes to Miami to buy his auto-

County. called Normal Mean ......_.._.............74 I I North Carolina. Hatteras, The fact that a Key Wester iSI mobile."
what has been "love. ;
blued at Key West. Florida, as second dan matter What the 1927 convention of Rainfall < I I 29.90 inches and showers and able to aecure through one of our t In the case! cited above, the
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAR The churches that have for their task the Atlantic Coastal Highway Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. thrunder torrns.have occurred during four automobile agencies any man is in high standing in this

,the betterment of the morals of the people, Association will mean to Key Westis Normal Precipitation _. .05 Ins., the last 24 hours from the wanted make of car is evidentlynot community- making a good living
Mentor .( the Aeeeefatei Free the subject uppermost in the .TfcU record cover 24-heer ftttttirudlug lower Mississippi 1 Valley and +stir clear to several local per here, and claiming to be only for
and the of their souls from the
.}.. Associated Press 1s exclusively entitled to use .Yloek this mornNs 1
( minds of the delegates who will at M those things! which are for the
1-r republication of all news dispatches credited t. nesse eakwanj to the Atlantic) sona.No
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and &1.. evils of sin, could do nothing better thanto leave Key West for the conven Tomorrow' Almanac ;: little. criticism has been directed city's best interest.

the local news published litre.'NATIONAL educate the young people as to the tion to be held in the city of Jacksonville Sun rises .._+, ......... 6:14:: a. m. coat, being t lheiivy' in northern to one man in particularwho '''I' Should this man have wished to

April 16'and 17. The local Sun sets ... .... .......... 6:45 p. m. j.'lorida. Apalachicola 1.38 inches for the fifth consecutivetime take delivery in another city any
function of love and andso
(EDITORIAL) proper affections association Is convinced that hold! Moon rises .. .. ........ 7:29 a. m. and Jacksonville, 1.16 inches. has gone out of town to buy I,local dealer could have arrangedthe
.; [ JJ ASSOCIATION/93S to guard them against the dangers that ing the convention in this city will Moon sets ............ ..... 9:29 p. m, There has- also -been snow' from' an automobile which he could,I i delivery so that the profit
<::::/t < confront impetuous youth. be one of the most effective waysof Tomorrow's Tides fioulh Dakota eastward 'o'vei the have purchased at practically the would have remained: in Key
StB'CJUI"TIO RATES advertising the road to the came price from the l local representative We:it.
Young girls, as well as young men, I' A.M. PJI. Lake Superior region Huron. S.
Joe Tear 110.0' mainland and consequently this of that car. CURTIS MOTOR CO..
J 6.01 High ...............,. 9:33 9:5T
q* Months I 3.60hie : should be taught to regard the estate of citj. "Key West in 1927" will be D.. reporting 6.0 inches on the That this fact M even a surprise MELTZER MOTOR CO.,
Three Months Low ._.._.......... 3:19 3:30
Month ..11t'eekll matrimony with serious eyes, and to realize the slogan of the delegation and I .mO ground this morning, rain or snowin to the automobile dealer in TREVOR & MORRIS.
.It judging from information received Barometer at 8 a. in. today: portions of the northern Rock Miami: who sold the car i is evi- Key West.. Fla.,
ADVERTISING RATHS that the justification of wedlock is the from a number of sources the likelihood I Sea level. 30.00. ies and Plateau region, and rain 'dencd by the fact that in talk- April 4, 1935.
. M."".known np tnnlleailon. .. production and raising of children. For held .
of the convention being in the Pacifie States, except Wa*h- ..
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All reading; notices Bl'EtL\'IIOTICIG'of.thanks. resolutions efrrfpec any young couple to associate themselves in this city is good Lowest Highest ington. Temperatures\ below
*. rtltuary notices etc. will be cbargred for at Station Last Night Yesterday normal the Central Plains Stales
ti.e rate of :0 cents a line. blindly without considering the possible Abilene ............ 52 68 and middle Mississippi! i Valley. and .
Notices for entertainments by churches from whack
* revenue is to be derived are t cents a line. effect of their union upon expected children The British Yacht Sea King, Atlanta ............ 56 76 along' the northern border, with

The of Citizen public! Issues is an open and subjects forum and of local Invites or general dlsensrfon is to be foolish, indeed. owned by Baron Bliss, arrived this!I Boston ........ .... 32 46 I freezing southward over Kansas:; t Y D
afternoon with the baron and a weather
met: .t but It will not publish anonymous eommuniat : Buffalo ......... .. 32 38 while abnormally warm t Q
/'.na Eugenics will never be able to displace party of friends on board. The prevails throqghout most of the t 0 j

the marriage: of love, and should not, yacht will be placed on .Irydoik Ctt j Charleston ...,. 58 76 Gulf and South Atlantic States.! '. "
Americana: Able to buy automobiles the navy yard where she will undergo Chicago ............ 34 36 Q. KENNEPY., 4
buLunable to taxes. but, at the same time, there is much to be a thorough overhaul.: The 1 Denver .............. 46 66 Official in Charge: )

pay learned from an application of some of the vessel visited this port several Detroit ........... .. 30 44 I. 4I

principles of eugenics. The high schoolsof years ago and some of the folk fialveton .........: 70 78 Subscribe',to The CiHzcn.

1 Give l us this.'day' our:' daily bread- the could teach now,on bout! were on her at,that Havana ........ ... 74 -.
enough country young peoplesome time. I Huron .... .. ...... 28 30 BENJAMIN LOPEZ
ajid money. for gasoline.}. of the duties and liabilities that con- ,Jacksonville .... 62 82
front modern people in modern life with- Kansas City ... 32' 44 I 8.00 ,
.This-i happy breed of men' this little i out hurting the well-known curriculum to A fishing party on William ur.1 kEY WEST 74 84 ., EmblUhW. 4>* rear.. Skid Tests '
We4' DUett
ry' Sons wharf shortly after, noon Rock .. ... ,50 54 Key
\|orld; th18' precious stone set in the silver Little 24.:. Ambvlance. : + 4 r
extent. irumensfe Hoar ServiceLicensed Prove &lG.3"
*" any today succeeded in landing an Los Angeles ...... 54. 60 I 1
sea"; -Key \V SiSecretary We hope to see the day in Key West shark measuring more than Louisville .......... 40 56 Embalnter Grip Stops Cars

when graduate of high school will 12 feet with five young ones. The Miami ............... 70 82 PLotie ISftPiratesCoveFlsbgCanp" . Mlgttt! _' LW
every a immense sea monster furnished Minneapolis ...... 28 34 Quickest!
of Labor Frances Perkins
/ receive certain knowledge as to the functions great sport'for those who had the New Orleans ..., CR 74 i.bokai those -ctit diamonds:

objects to having her picture snapped. We and duties of father and mother and task of overcoming his: struggles. New York .......... 40 50 In the CENTER where they can
do not blame her. The fih and its young were displayed Pensacola ........ 62 72 dig in and "bite" the road.
be the essentials that
taught every sensible -. on the dock. Pittsburgh ........ 36 52 Piraies Co' ..,:Florida That's why other tire skid 14%

parent should understand. When I St. Louis ..._..... 36 52 '20 Miles ftrom, Key Wett> oil to 19% farther when braked.
:Many wise ,young ladies have their that day comes, as it will come, there will I fait Lake City .. 42 64 the Overseas Highway

own plans for what may happen this sum- be a drop in the number of homes that are Most of the local licensed real San Francisco .. 54 64 SWIMMING tot>>
mer oh moonlight nights.At estate sgents held a meeting last.,I Seattle ............ 42 54 I FINE CUISINE [GOOD/YEAR
broken by shieks and vamps and the night in the rooms of the chamberof I. Tampa .......... ... 72 86 First blast. Aecotaunodatiens .
divorce courts will have time to take a commerce and many matters otI Washington ...... 42 5RWilhston '

that a "double dose of Coolidgeeconomy" holiday occasionally.A I organization I importance were was temporarily discussed. The effected .... ..... 1C 36 Write Reservations or'Telephone for TRIPLE; GUARANTEE I Extras!
might be better than of
an orgy BELATED HONOR and W. D. Byrd, secretary, WEATHER FORECASTTill Ratast150V \0 $7.00 Per Day 1. Against: road hazards NO EXTRA COST
spending the taxpayers' money. instructed to apply for let. I
was A.erka* Plan 1. Against defects: for life
ters patent and to have a chart . . . 1 L 3. Our own guarantee and all 1. ',13% More Mile of REAL
8 Friday ,
There are no pirates at Pirates Cove Coincident with his 91st birthday a drawn up. He will take these mat Key( West and p. m.Vicinity:)Partly .. . . . , year local service !K'on-Skld Safety
few days ago, the Congressional Medal of ters up with the secretary ol not 2. Stopping Grip-
cloudy tonight and Friday; KEY WEST Quicker
and the prices charged at that popular
state. Also
Honor was awarded to :Major-General "Goodyear Margin ot
-Jishing not either. I COLONIAL HOTEL Lifetime Guaranteed
camp are piratical, Adolphus W. Greely, retired, in recognition I 1 I \ Safety"

of his Arctic explorations and other Harry Hampton, the crack pro :. In the Center' ,of tie,, Business p-50 GOODYEAR 3.,,Blowout Protection In not
Congratulations to the Sanford Heraldon will : up SPEEDWAY one but ALL Piles
at the Key golf course, ,Theater
distinguished service to his country.In and DistrictFlrsl I '
the mechanical improvements recently leave Saturday for Memphis.:
his "Reminiscences of Travel and Tenn., where he will spend the '
made. Editorially it has always been the Adventure" finished when he was 83, summer. During his stay in Key' Sensible tlaei-Eir.piiot-. . Rales. I! COLONIAL SERVICE STATION

top. General Greely tells of his thrilling experiences West: he has gained a number of
warm friend who regret: hi* leasing i Jll COFFEE SHOP' fobW- OPE* CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.
in many lands. The story i is but who are looking forward l I

When an individual offers to sell you simply and modestly told-too modestly to to his return next year. He is a I I Carafe Elevator i Colonial Hotel Bldg. on Fleming Street

Something, whether goods or services for do the gallant narrator justice. finished golfer and his teaching ot : Southerly r Wind Partly Cloudy I. pep (ric.

nothing the prospect is that you\ will pay the game has been the means of i ,
His boyhood days were not so exciting some of our mediocre players attaining : much change in temperature; gentle I. .
heavily. I I to moderate southerly winds. I . :-'-" - -
but were full of earnest endeavor. His : a degree of perfection that
first was earned weeding long rows has called forth commendation' Florida: Partly cloudy, probably rlllllllllll:
Housewives are gaining a "sweeping" from some of the best players in rain in northeast portion \... .....,.!...........i.............. ........i.......... ..............
of onions at cent In the Civil
one a row. the country who have been in easterly tonight; Friday fair; not .
in their in Los An-
victory boycott War he rose from private to captain with Key West; this winter. much change in temperature. t :
geles. Naturally they know how to han- Jacksonville to Florida Straiti: I
the brevet rank of major for gallantry
dle the broom. Moderate northwest winds over;;
having been wounded three times, and his Editorial Comment: Due to the extreme north portion and moderate .': We+ Invite You|

war record as a volunteer gained for hima rcarcity of rural doctors many southwest winds over south,'
The FERA has shut down in Missouri country people still retain their and central portions and weather .
lieutenant's commission in the regular .
tonsils. partly overcast tonight and Fri. 'I -'
where the legislature failed to put
up any
for relief. Tallahassee service. day, j probably Showers over north': .To In and See Our
papen1please I
money copo.-Fort Myers News-Press. He fought Indians, re-organized the Steamship Miami, which has I portion tonight. Drop j
East Gulf: Moderate northerly'
Army Signal Corps, headed the Weather f been on the Miami-Nassau run

Bureau for a while, then built telegraphlines during the winter season, will return winds and gentle over exttl'me.north southerly. winds portion over Complete Line Of I IWine

An improvement that will aid in the for the Army throughout the South to Key West the middle of south and central portions. .It i

beautification of Key West is the April. '
continuation -
west, and later in Porto Rico, Cuba, WEATHER CONDITIONS ..

a't of. tearing down the- old shacks Alaska, and the Philippines.His The United States! Survey Ship I and Liquor Sets . \
that '
e'served their purpose, long, long '
Pressure is loPVERSEAfHOTEL
relatively \ ;
however rests
; greatest fame, Nokomis;which has been operatingin Id
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ago. .l ,; ', .to
arrived i in
upon his Arctic explorations, while, a,, first Cuban waters, port !
today. It is expected the Nokomis lj( Cocktail Sets Highball Sets \ :
lieutenant 1881.84, ,in ,which with 25 men: several
.. The Declaration of Independenceomits will remain in]port for i
he reached the farthest north gained up to'that days and: the 'personnel l be'given ,
the word "property," among the time. Marooned in the far north )liberty. 4 917 FLEMING snttTR I\ \ Cordial _Sets Buffet Sets_ : \

inalienable rights, life, liberty and the m_
two relief expeditions failed to find him With RunaiBf Water $1.00 .
pursuit of happiness. If Huey finds that .
? and when the third finally reached him all Mr. and Mrs. Clement Hudson Person; With naiL, $1.50a I .
out we are sunk."Father" of 311 Elizabeth street announce I PersonWEEKLY I
but seven of the party had died of starva- .
the marriage of their daughter RATES

M. J. Divine of New York's tion. Naomi Isabelle to Willard Bryant i Newly Renovated 1
These are only a few of the high i Whitmarsh. son of Mr. and Mrs. New EquipmentNew Glass Tableware j
Harlem, and a negro preacher says millions Thomas Whitmarsh of Olivia i Artistic Specialties
spots in the career of this remarkable man, Management
street The will be celebrated
wedding -
of hU followers believe he is God. NO CLEANER HOTEL
who was the first private soldier of the in the First Methodist _
Evidently each race pictures the divinityas ANYWHEREYour
Civil War to reach the rank of brigadier- church April 8. V! Beverage Sets Tumblers
one of its kind. i
general in the regular Army which he attained .- --

--" in 1887. He became a majorgeneral ;5i Goblets Steins Shells

The Deland Sun News asks editoriallyin in 1906 and was retired in 1908. i . i

what way the paper can be improved.The His record of adventure and achieve Champagne! Stems Cocktail Stirrers :
answer is simple: By increased: OpportunityX i.
ment is worthy of his sturdy ancestors II
patronage. A paper is a reflection of the
who, as he relates. "for nine generations : :
community in which it is issued. More .
labored with their hands in New England Now is the time modernize your home and I ..

business, better paper. I'I' ," since 1632. to make such improvements to your property as'maybe I c:. Electric.Mixers. Beverage Shakers :

I ----------- needful or desirable before costs advance too .
The $10,000,000OOQ Joan by the United IS THIS THE REASON? ;I
much. i'rtillt.ial
States to Europe in the World War .Also.Other !

may after all be a blessing to the world Sixty-three delegates, from ten nations See us about the U. S. Government plan on H u.elaoldNeceJltles and Specialties' :

and a surety for its peace at least for a recently met in London and unanimously long term modernization loans. I. .

long time to come. The European nationsare agreed upon a program for world .

only barking at one another and a i recovery.No Enjoy the benefits while you pay. .

barking dog never bites. i official conference, of recent i iI

:years, has ever been able to agree upon The First Natkmal Bask ot Key West j Tottr home is worthy/of the best"i.

\ValterVinchell that Benvenuto
says anything in Why

Gellini had a pretty heavy list of hot dates The answer is that the unofficial representatives Member 'of the Federal Reserve I t f South, FIna Contra-
when he was galavating over Italy i in 1521, of various nations, meeting inLondon :

if the tattlers of his day are to be believed.Not did not have to consider the poli- Member of the Federal'Deposit Insurance Corp. i ['{we 518. White toi Eliza 'StretU!

the tattlers but Cellini himself is tical effect of what they subscribed to. YOUR BANK .

authority for his philandering described in They did not face the threat of the "next, ..e-.' .neeeee..eeeee..eeeeeeees>feeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

bis-much read autobiography election" II
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RICHES I - ;. LOCAL TEAM TO BUSY BEES DOWN ed two more on one hit. .Giles
I LijiTttAT : I walked and stole second. Higgs

II went out. Roberts hit one to second

VIi/'I5 C 4."" PLAYVETERANSBASEBALL ATHLETIC TEAMIN who fumbled the baU, allow
; ing Roberts to score and Car-

Sf .< ... SPORTSFOLLOWING bonell going to second.
r tie tflirrUur
it rU tkf nutnerouttradition
of lk. Sltmtani of New little she ceased to consult him. GAME TO TAKE Higgs and H. Gates were- the
Conrnrit Ka. Hut tit flndt. token She was especially triumphant and leaders at bat. with one single in
fc. won But (. cAooi (*a( Ski
Stimtuni or* Important tkert; sure of her own acuteness after she PLACE SUNDAY AT two tries.
fttrft tot iht trtumpft Ate pradMotlmg had. against the Judge's advice. Invested INTERESTING CAME PLAYED-
.d." ... tirintfkt ktm kU ten thousand dollars In Ore TAVERNIERBy In the field Brady, C. Gates.,
tikool Hit Mri/tlv tfltUterto! .
VIM Jones and Kerr played good
ON a
Hark .! komt kit Aunt Sarah drop gon prone lands and sold this land GROUNDS AT BAYVIEW
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Ik* sere la ludgt Holctmb kit game.
Jam.* tea.I.fOlIC...; Ik* six months later at a-thirty per cent ... ...... .eeeeee..eea.aeeii ... PARK LAST NIGHT RESULTED :
Jvtttn .. Jttermtned/ k. thott If a profit .atiel.'_eea, .eeaeee. -,1- .I ( JOVE) Score by innings:_ R. II. E.
'0"-1/". DOINGS AROUND Been __ 000 030 020-5 4 2
Having tasted blood. Miss Sarah THROUGH The Key West baseball club will IN SCORE OF 5 TO 1
i Athletics! 100 000 000-1 2 5
was no longer satisfied with a play a doubleheader with the Veterans -
Chapter 10 five and six her THE Batteries: C.. Gates and M. Ace-
meager per cent on GOLF LINKSNow of Matecumbe Sunday aft
*. JOVE redo; T1IfS'and Gabriel. .
SARAH'S INVESTMENTS, money. In Kansas City she founda (By ernoon at .Tavernier Fia. The .
i iI (By JOVE)
Errors Rueda 2,
: ;
-I 1 IV NT to be a doctor per- sympathetic that her Judgment broker who In business assuredher .. ., _.. 'Ji .. .. ...i................... local boys will: be shy some of the The) Busy Bees defeated the Athletics I Lopez I 2Ward.. Roberts? Hale;
James unhappily. It was matters was phenomenally; keen and I see bylhe ;press' 'ire nipies- Campbell i in the gardens with it. seems that some of the j' tars but they will no doubt bring. last night at the Bayyiew double, play: H. Gates to Castel

hard for him to oppose anyone and that It,was as easy as rolling oft a I sion that our id 6 1,"the fighting Indian Mjatt and Pytlak behind the plate. I boys are not sorry that today back the bacon. Park. The final score was 5 to lano to M. Acevedo; sacrifice hits:

.especially. my father the would Jodge.I have think liked my me log to double one's capital providedone from this city is making Harder, Hudlin Pearson, Hilda- won't be a dinner engagement because Those going up from Key West 1. I Gabriel, Brady; stolen bases; Molina -

'to be a doctor he added gulping had the natural aptitude and I away from home. In his last three brand Clinton, Lloyd Brown, Lee, I they say they were going to I are: Griffin Casa and In raham. catchers Tjnes and C. Gates pitched Castellano C. Gates; struck

from sheer nervousness. courage. fights he has won two and lost one Perrin and Wine mer are the I lose anyhow. This sort of a re- ; and Bethel pitchers; good ball but poor support mireda I out: by C. Gates 6, by Tynes '4;"
Miss Sarah easily convinced that on a decision. This defeat he suffered pitchers. The Tigers and Indians mark from certain boys who have!' Hale. Ib; Al. Acevedo. 2b; Peter good game. walks: off Gates 4. off Tynes 4;

1 am sure there both could be no career she possessed both sold her good at the hands of Ervin Belier may get somewhere this year and i I been so very unfortunate to lose j Castro 3b; Mickey Ubieta. ss; The A's scored their run in the I wild pitches: Gates 2, Tynes 1;
more pleasing to
your farm and Gabriel. Gopher Gonzalez and
father and our Heavenly Father than mortgages gilt-edged a southpaw. from down New Orleans as to the Yankees they have the I all matches except maybe one or first inning. Rueda singled to center earned runs: Bees 1, Athletics 0;
bonds and invested largely In West Wickers in the
healing the sick and offering" I way. and it seems as if his same club as last year, except Babe : two. A good example is none' outfield and Rueda : was sacrificed to second and left on bases:'Bees 8, Athletics 4;
ern fruit lands. In Rhode Island railroad j I
broke !ID Miss Sarah. and while the' stock: and In Mexican OIL style. of fighting had Nebo puzzled. Ruth and his place will be held I other than the honorable mayor ;, and Navarro Dickey Navarro a
law la my father's day was an honorable i James whom she consulted after a I The sports writer in the New Orleans down by Selkirk. A few new I of this city, William Hiram Malone : and pitch can and play Rueda in the outfield the J Rueda trotted home when Lopez and Gonzalez.

profession for honorable gentlemen i' promise of secrecy was fired with paper said: "Nebo scored a players may break into the Yankee Esq. (That esq. on the end outfield. can play went out. fhortfield to first.

It seems to me to be rapidly deteriorating his aunt's enthusiasm and thoughtIt clean knockdown in the fifth, but ., line-up but not enough to break I makes it look sort of important I' Thes two high school Tynes held the Bees hitless until SNAKE IN COW

-If one can believe what I would be a fine! thing to become a Ervin recovered and led the fight through Cleveland and Detroit. don't you think?) i| boys are promising and that is the the fifth inning when an error

one bears. millionaire. the rest of the way. It also seems )I I reason they are getting a chance. by Lopez started the ball a rolling. ST. LOUIS.-A cow slaughtered

"Nor.senseroared! the Judge. strange for a fighterof the reputation The Boston Red Sox of that'i The writer of this column has !> I tried to get other players like Hale walked. Brady sacrificed him I in this city was found to havean

"Even a nincompoop would know THEY spent many happy evenings of Nebo and his long ex-1 i. American League has a good club I'j engaged a body guard consisting of Pena. Baker and Armando Ace to second. Castellano hit to the 18-inch snake in her stomach.

that It Is not the profession which early summer planning perience in the ring. It seems that on paper and Cronin will have nineteen different kinds of toughgajs vedo to go but they are busy and pitcher and Lope;, dropped the

has deteriorated but the caliber of their investments and spending the he could not solve the left handed! them fighting all the 'way, but, I. who grew on the "East can not make the trip. They prom- ball at first. Before he could recover -

the pen E\ing! into 1U. ',D 18 year money which was to come to them offering3+*>f,Belief I and else adopted gjve them fourth place at the,most.! Side" because from up all '. reportj; .'ied i! to make- the trip to Tampa. the ball, Hale had scored. MONROE THEATERMona
brat!. woman, a yon ?tats"S.Y\ : t iiTsnch unlimited Quantities. .. v I' may be fooled by Ferrill and{ at the end of -the month. Lucilo flied taR
;( ... a 'lay wait'always hopingto that comes to 'this'scribe;: he w gt>-j j out to center. C. Gates, Barrie-Rod que, in
r: .4 _..- ;.. If i' On the Veterans' nines one of
they come through
get aJ Mitf ttA4 land one droves: myjiredietion I''tng I\ to be annihilated the next time singled through second and Gas-1 MYSTERY WOMAN

1 1I on Ber(. tJPuttd yglass; ,(nlrt will go like the ,rest_ of.he ''he is seen by the late mentioned'''ftheir, pitchers. iSt no other .than telano scored Gates going to see' 'Gloria IStuart In

ALJks I he was stiU waiting when'n:' ?l: pre.-season prediction, hooey., .'gentlemen, however, yours truly :Marvin''many Griffin games for who the has Sluggers pitched ond on the throw to the plate. MAYBE Irs LOVE'Mati.eel
v.' o
gong sounoVj) ;jtT Beliers style had In the\ National.).' League t-'IW-, tbe!. "$,;t..'"'goes 'ht "' ay' n6l molesting anyone - i andl other Key West clubs; :t tI ". Higgs singled to left and Gate I B.&leoi:10c: ; OrcftMtra. >

Nebo jj f,in$..Tjie,4visiting i i IJ 1't.t- ,[Louis(Cardinals will have the'same"' -in( 'Maybe e"once in a vrhileImdking'a I'I'' The local boys know Griffin scored Roberts fanned.In . 15-206} Nieht., 15-25c .
er never ,trle [ to Box, ne hardly remark"about' > '!somebody the eighth the Bakers score ;
j :{club: that won the pennant 'ami and feel he will not be able to .,
used his left hand during the 10 ef.: 's personal'affairs. { . : -
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series last year. If the Dean defeat them. I - ---
1I rounds to try and jab Belier. He I I I I
brothers live up to their reputation -, I The club leaves Sunday morning
tried round after round to rush |he Cardinals is the team the : Do you want to buy a swell set',;, and the band will go alongto
Belier but he could never catch I Uf' left hand clubs? "Pious" has
clubs will have to beat. The furnish music. Everyone is expected
b him off his guard. In the mean Giants"will have one new face on i J' given up the game for the 'steenth to return Monday afternoon -
time Belier kept jabbing Nebo : 'IBartelt. time. .but didn't him''
I the regular club and he is Dick you.see i .
about the face, and every time which player will add at,!I I I playing the course today as usual? i! I

Referee Sehrt stepped between least '20 percent more strength to Reminds me what Berlin said''' he has. (If I am on it, I hope it's 1

them to break them in a clincn. the i infield and about 20 percentmore three years ago, that he was going 1| a winner .and "vice virtue"). I ate
q: e Belier never missed a"chance to )Jutting power. It will be up to to give up the game and take''' Well sir, Tim says that Gravy has

so'a. hit Nebo on the break. Parmelee, Fitzsimmons Hubbell'' up football. .leastwajs when you remarked so much that he never I 1

i j and Sgt masher to do their stuff. : won or lost in that game you knewit looks where he is hitting the ball I

In his second fight Neho won Remember fans that the Giants and most guys were afraid togive ,, that he has changed his

seven of the 10 rounds from Jumbo lost the pennant last year by two you the razzledazzle if you ]j: From now on instead of stanre'l

Rovira. The New Orleans paper games. and Parmelee did not start;,, lost. :i trees on the left hand side Yes-Be THE CHf VkOUTMASTEkDClUU
printed the folowing 'ibout the [ pitching until the middle of the __ I 1 and then driving the ball towards I Sure to

fight: "Pete hit Jumbo so many season. As to the Cubs they have Seems like it is about time for!;I the trap he now looks at Number COACH

times with a left hook In the first a few.Jiew faces in French pitch- I another personal glimpse and sol I'j' Nine green and then socks the ball Check up on ECONOMY

that the fight looked like it vas J I er, and Lindstrom. Manager! this time it will be our old friend I j straight down the fairway. No kid-

going to develop into a one-sided I Grimm is set to go and he will give Senor Timothy Happy Pittman.:'';s ding tho he can play a decent too-tclicn you inspectTHE

affair. By actual count. Nebo. any o:to a race, with the club he ,The gentleman whom we are now game when he tries and forgets
141 : smacked Jumbo with 14 hooks in ''now has. Manager Terry of the'I discussing is from "Gaw- I II \".hether he is going to be beaten
way up
the opening round. He repeatedthe I Giants thinks that the Pirates are.muchs 1 I ja" way and comes from some lit I II !, or not. lie has a funny little chip NEW MASTER DE LUXE

dose in the second the only I !tTonger than the Cubs. The'new j j i' tie old place right near Atlanta. I II j shot that puts the ball dead to the

difference was that he landed additions to Manager Tray-!'!I He won't tell me where because{ can when the greens are in good CHEVROLET: .

C Sarah was bowed under her remorse. "ICan't oftener. 18 times with"a left hook *r.of's'"Bucs are: Weaver and Bosh Ponce I,I I was in Atlanta looking over I Ii shape. Right now, with all the
The Master De bus is economical (:her
and followed with just as many on the pitching staff and Klein in j j i the place to see about why he was dry weather and dust he never new amazingly
you realize that James The story of Miss Sarah's Invest- straight rights. Nebo fought the 'the outfield. j; West. makes it work OK. But plenty guys rolet owners seldom add oil between regular crankcase
would be a thousand times more use- ments Is neither a long nor an on same kind of a fight h.J fought I, wished Tim off does not Key from Howl along I I would like to masteithat shot. HeM I changes. They find that the complete gas combustion
ful upholding the honorable tradi- usual one. !It was a golden dream ever, come ,I I assured the Blne Flame holds down
than by engine gasoline
i better
against Belier; but found in easier I predict a great race in both putting much now
line of His
golfers. pa's
tlous of the law. which Is the foundation while It lasted but it did not last I fort:' '
i with formerly. When he Is in a trap . Another source of Chevrolet I celebrated -
target to hit. Pete fought leagues, and it will be between the long line but it the telephone consumption.
was a was
of our country and of all the long. Something or rather
a number -
freedom in I both hands down and his head out. Giants and Cardinals in the National kind. Well when hero ) he is like a lot of the rest of us economy is its durable donatmction. The lame
boast. than going of our
we things went wrong. I
about peering at people's tongues The but the punches that Jumbo land i loop and the Detroit Tigers I'i' was a very small lad (he is small i . just plain lost. 'Nevertheless kind of durability is built into every part of the chassis
sympathetic broker
and deciding whether they had better and could not be traced.disappeared ed just rolled off his head and he and Cleveland Indians in the.' now when you look at him side I old Timotheus Hallelujah! Pittman and the Fisher Body. . We bane Ja.cfs-Itt us givethem

take castor oil or Ipecac!" When It came time for James to smiled at him. The Key West! Indian American circuit. Just pin this iQ' ways) he thought he would get I never claimed does not now, and to you while you enjoy the most luxurious ride
The Judge had long been famousIn to Harvard he and Miss Sarah woke won seven out of the 10 your hat and look at it next Sep. j'i himself a job and earn a lot of I Ii never expects: to be a par golf ever afforded bv a car in the low-price field. Come in=now.MELTZER .

New Concord for "not being a polite rounds. The Indian claims that tember. j i}i I shooter but he gets as much fun
up to reality and found to their horrified jI money and be like some of those
talker" but Miss Sarah was bitterly amazement that he will box Belier again and the I' rich Peachtree crowd. But Timo- 'I out of the game as anybody else I MOTOR CO.
they possessed .......................
offended not so much at his reference between them an annual income I next time he will solve his left- .j| theua ain't figgered out yet why I I that plays and doesn't let the game

to a nincompoop( as by the of only a little more than handed slants and he will not ,. I II I get him down, so what the heck!
Today's Horoscope J he didn't make the money he start Phone 377 Caroline and NeW Streets
mention of castor oil. like be I He is and makes all the
eighteen hundred dollars. make him hit the canvass happy
ed out to. So he that job
She shuddered in a lady like way Miss Sarah bowed did the first time but the next ..s......... GoQ (I gave up other guys likewise. I . .-. .. .
was to the ee..1 I and about four years ago took up
and changed drew the herself subject up and and pointedly althoughthe ground under the burden of her re- time he hits him he is going to I Persons born this day have a golf. After he masters that game I 1-- -.....-- -

Judge stormed and protested be morse. and was only buoyed up and stay down." I brooding nature, preferring to :. he won't have time to make that P. S.-He had his picture made
enabled to Hvj at all because of her this a. m. (in front of the office.) lillillllilil
knew that his cause was lost and I keep by themselves, and often pile of money so it doesn't matter ICIII.l.l'
persisted not because his heart was secret belief-which persisted for The Key West boy was scheduled lead a solitary life. The temper is ,! nohow. Well, Timotheus is BATHES IN MILK .

In It bat as a matter of principle.( years-that the setback was only to fight against in New Orleans ,. apt to be somewhat violent and ,', now the captain of one of the
I lleKrumbled all|| |the nay home and temporary and her investments were last night and he wired Bobby the desires vehement of exnres-|I team!!. I have not seen him lately I PARIS.-Mlle. Josephine Lar-

avoided James for days certain at some later day to prove Shultz that he was going to''t sion. There is an element of sue.I .| to find out the name but he i nais. of this city said to have "the Three
the bonanza had
they promised. She
his own distress as well as the urged James to agree to sell the win that fight and then go backat i I cess in those lines which require pays the name will be a good one,I most beautiful complexion in Just. i

boy's. Belier for I hope h.. trenuous action. I with the kind of milk. .
Stimson place and take the money j revenge. , ]I In keeping team. Europe, bathes daily in ,
for his education. ): did, because every time he wink,.f Y. ,. lilt 1. "St.lirl1. _ r 1 -t ji
I1t ---- -- -
:: Judge had never been a I AYjIt wins. I know that,a --
1N Key ( ,
This her nephew steadfastly declined 1',
patient man or reasonable or be the fan? in this city are pullnt I -j,4 :. {1 Months Left I
rolgM! bare reflected that James hadfouivyears to do. They would have to I ; I I"J'I.4
and ;
it Pete wisevery ..
of college ),Rare he could sell the carriage horses and let for him. Go to .

that Black Tom and Sally the cook go.. Uhi&Vbi hHe tjje IfrfT? Iau I
medtcsas yad ,
beet hisstudyt4 o&Dtie&ijOKey.. WsU r / I i' 1tu .r' t9 .a ql is aL .
but before
long he would be earning -
10 tbat time many IhlngVmlght occur :' "
Good luck!!! in which to"take' '
to change his determination., something and they would manage t..' I advantage ? .

Important As It turned happened oat something that very.very sum some'way.Annt Lou. was as good a cook as I seewh'ere thajor teaue'managers ; -IPJll.J":' .1 : ,: $ of our liberal offer on1IFTOF

mer. James was destined never to Sally. Sally could get a place overnight have picked the winnersof

go to college or to learn to "cut 'em and it was more than time that the National League and the :

up quickly" as Aunt Lou put It Tom retired and enjoyed the pen American League for 1935. Ina

Strange to say. it was Miss Sarah lion the Governor had left him. vote the majority voted for the

and not the Judge who brought this Judge Holcomb. against his better New York Giants in the older M '

about Judgment and although he had a circuit and the New York Yankeesin

Miss Sarah had been her father's widowed sister and her family to the younger loop. Those voting

secretary during: the last years of support sent for James to come to were: Rogers Hornsby, Mickey Refrigerators

his life and in his fondness the GOT his office and offered, if James heart Cochrane Bill Terry Casey Sten -

ernor had grown to believe that his was set on It. to pat the boy through gel, Jimmie Wilson, Joe McCarthy !
daughter showed an unusual aptitude medical college. His relief was Bill McKechnie. Frankie ..rte

toward the management: of his 'boundless when James thanked him Frisch. Connie Mack and Charlie 1 Over one hundred of !

affairs. gratefully and declined. Dresson. Hornsby. Cochrane, McKechnie. 1g
Therefore. Just before he died he our customers have at.
"Well. then what are yon goingto Stengel McCarthy and
changed his will and not only made
do? !Have you made any planar Mack for example. think the 3 ready taken advantageof '
her James' sole guardian but left erIn
full control of their Joint estates asked the Judge: Giants will win. Bill Terry, of s
I t I this offer.
until James was tuenty-flte. "I found when I thought it over I I COUIT.: voted for the Giants. \Vii.I attractive .; \ yw
that I'd rather be a lawyer than a and 1
Miss Dressen Stengel,
Sarah unfortunately son.
few things to Interest her after doctor. James explained a little dif I I McCarthy are among those $Ho(,. 00 .
t $ d.c
James went off to school and she fidently. J I pieced the Yanks. Joe McCarthy; c

quite fancied herself in the role ot a (Copyright ms. llatecl U. P'.rdIfRJ : of;fplffe) !?YV i is Jake with *""?*j r: t i

business woman. Judge Holcomb. Now I think that the National I f .&

however waved aside her Judgmentsand tomorrow James and a solution the Judos satisfactory arrang, League has four good clubs in the '
comments on investments as oToday's to both.. Giants, Cardinals. Cubs and IPI-! tots . "

rates The American: League |ia! ,READ THE BACK LABEL AND KNOW THE AGE - HOlDS AU ralS Foeg
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-- "" three good contenders for the pen- down and $1.00 2 qt*.mSk '2 S'r**.creua
.. ...... .. stovemanufadurer., born there, nant and they are the Tigers, In. CBM I It*, bwtc
; 1 hk:: .
.B.itId; ; 58 years ago.Admiral dians and Yankees. The Tigers are Here is a 100 proof straight rye whiskey VEIGI per month until iaiu.dice 1 botiU* 2 cuu UUa.(rate

just about the same as last year: ,. slrai B nc 1 botll* ch..rti.* 2Jb..

........................ \ Bridges Rowe and others. The that is pleasing the two severest judges Ryekeyi 8 July I lint JenIlCt.a..c1M.1 bit-.tmeambft a bead.. .'
2 ibs. toe5tosa t b..cb
Adolph A. Sabath representingthe Luke McNamee, U. S. Indian will have Trosky, Hale, I.rr. .z ...... &a'i a(
I N., retired born at Mt.\ Hope, and Berger in the infield loon y 40. on.. a
strict in Congnss Ink
:Gth in the world the American palate and See' us regarding I / rula3dree.i.e I
in his 15th term as such, Wis., 64 years ago. and Vosmik, Averill and ,.. ..,.. ..2 lefl.our (o.,
p I trial tawcn t m. wan bowls
born in Czechoslovakia, C9 yean the American Try it! =-- plan 4.ik frcenic UIY' 120 .
Ic. RbclIN.. of I .
ao. Louis K. Liggett of Boston, PALACEBOB

head of United Drug, born in Detroit ..-. '

Robert: E. Sherwood of New i 60 years ago. STEELE in 'Si '
The Key West Electric cCo.(

York, playwright born at New I l WESTERN JUSTICE PENN-MARYT.AND CORPORATION, A Dim nJ of National Distillers :

R'ht"lhY.., 39 years ago. Prof. Curtis IL Page of Dartmouth ! Serial and Comedy i
I Executive Offices 120 Broadway, New York Cry
educator and writer bornat 10-iec VtI'.I.I.Illil"lliIIJt
j I Matinee iWSci'NItlitt '

o :1Y.i1Uam T. Barbour.of Detroit Greenwood, Mo., -.!65:; dears aro.. ,



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:-: SOCIETY : : |I Ii I'........................! FRIDAY NIGHT (Continued from Page One) Anniversaries AT WELLS' STAND]Il' Fresh NICE Shipment LARGE AND Just JUICY Received _

..... ........ I Lorenzo Bezanilla, manager of turned out by the artists in the ........................ I
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!........................ .1 j Ithe I Palace Theater returned WELLS' LUNCH ROOM90O
yes-E ao-::: colony here who are a part,of the 1748-William White, first
Has terday from Atlanta, Ga., wherehe If you < see your way Wells Lunch Room, oyster+I I Southard St. Phone 207-W
Garden Meeting administration organization, for Protestant Episcopal bishop of
had been in connection with clear to attend "The Redshawler"tomorrow : I
dealer in this for
Pennsylvania at one time the only city many years,
the specific of reproduc-
Afternoon securing pictures for the theater. night, April 5, by all purpose I
Here Yesterday Episcopal clergyman in the state,
I has just received a fresh shipmentof
means make it a point to see this tion on post cards and for a post- I
I I one of the founders of the churchin
Mrs. Claude Johnson, who was little Key West play on April 8, card booklet. Murals for public America, born in Philadelphia. nice, large and juicy oysters.
There was an interesting and with the club members in future when it will be produced again for I
spending a while with relatives in and eemi-public places are to be Died there, July 17, 1836.
Oysters are especially popular
activities.The at 2
well attended meeting of the Key I Miami returned the high school students
West Garden Club held yesterday I Garden; Club has made an yesterday. o'clock in the afternoon, those in painted during the summer, so I during the Lenten season, states

afternoon at the home of Mrs.* offer of $25 as a prize for the charge of the production states. that all of those places will be 1769-.--Nicholas' Browtt the
.Fred Kirtland on South street( best kept yard, this contest to be Charles Curtis arrjved yester- Also the new Key West song, \ decorated before the next sea Rhode Jsl: nd'm .Mrs. Wells, manager of the,place.

during which time various subjects put on at a later date. day from Miami where he was i! "Laudelina," will Le rendered and sets in. Christmas cards on1 thropist m whose. rchant-PhiIan-1'Becaue of the fact that the oysters -
forservice the federal
pertaining to the clubs activities The African violet plant given summoned on the audience will be asked to try West versity, of.the this year have been extra select
definitely Key
) .this",week. l scenes,
were discussed at by the Exotic Garden of Miami jury sitting : it out with the students-you will I born in .name&Sr.hanged.1: WellsLunch Room has 'enjoyed -
A' letter was read from length.j Prof.J was won by Mrs. Robert Lord and : long remember its haunting Span- ings, posters, and other art 27, 1841. ( 1
W. C. Duncan thanking the club I IIe Mrs. C. B. Burst.Catalogues Alex Jenks keeper at Carys. ish melody commemorating the are all embodied in the artist 1 a good business during tho arr.u I

5 the prize: which he won in the'' displaying various, fort lighthouse; arrived yesterday:) bitterness of the lives of men who plan for the four months. J 1802-Dorothea Lynde Dix, an : past months, it is shown.

recent yards contest, and he also) seeds from an Ohio nursery were' for his quarterly vacation ith his go to sea and leave their lovers to ( Agricultural Project invalid, who, after visiting the bar

offered to cooperate with the organization } distributed, and Mrs. Kirtland! ad- family at the home on Pine street.I watch and wait. ,J Having learned through an experimental I barous prisons and insane asylumsthe
mat vised the club of twelve The music and words were writ-,
.! at all times in any rose farm near the Florida country over, demanded bet-
interest to the bushes-sent from the Ohio Albert Douche and his company ten by two members of the National -
ter that may be of nur- East Coast railway station that ter conditions, and secured them I ANNOUNCEMENTFausto's I
members. The club highly com sery. These plants will be given I of 40 artists, mostly women League of American Penwomen.Miss . vegetables of various kinds can born at Hampdcn, Maine. Died 'eautifulRooCANTBREAK
mended Prof. Duncan for the excellent -' away by the Garden Club to arrived yesterday by rail Ruth E. Day, friend of Miss I
be grown successfully in Key Wet, at Trenton, N. J., July 17, 1887.
condition of the school j caring for same. those'l and left for Havana where the F.dna Smith, who is too well known agricultural Grocery -
a project has been out-,
grounds. j Mrs. William Phelan company has an engagement to here to need introduction belongsto
lined for the
summer period, look- 1810 James Clarke i 1CANT BURN-
that Karl' that all Garden Club the series of reviews the Daytona Beach branch. It -- Freeman ,
It was announced ,1 aSI' present ; ing to the further development of I I. Now Located in Building
Thompson has offered $100 to bel) well as anyone else: who may bet which were seen this season at> was she who wrote the haunting noted Boston Unitarian clergyman NEW LOW COSTr.tsrst.-
I this natural
used as different prizes for the interested in obtaining very fine Miami Beach. I tweet melody in minors to the picturesque -(j asset on the island. :, born at Hanover; N. II. Died I I With

best beautified street in Key hand pollinated papaya plants can i i' lyric as written by Hilde-i A school for fishing guides is June 8, 1888. I Broadway Meat MarketCorner IMPROVEDROOFING
planned as an aid to the fisher-
Ott Russell of the Miami - .
West. It was suggested by the get them at the Library nursery. E. A. Ramsey left yesterday gard I
club that Simcnton btreet be the I The next meeting of the club afternoon for a business visit to | branch. Miss Day lives in : men who operate boats catering, 1821-Linus Yale, lock and' Duval and Angela .

one,. although this was not definitely will be held, Wednesday, May 1, Miami. and Jacksonville land, Fla. Lake-I to tourists. ' Iguide'b'eoTc safe inventor and manufacturer,'i Streets I
decided upon. The FERAit at the home of Mrs. S. W. Doug- -- -- I -- )A'!Ke): West is also'' born at Salisbury, N. Yj"Died in j oldi4irettfromfacloryf0YourFREIGHT
: : ............-.......... FRESH FRUITS AND f
was stated will also cooperate. 'lass on Division street Harry. Burke, ,who'is spending"" I t I tfr6publishcd during the next New York City, Dec. 24J 188. I PAID- |

a..a. .. the winteriseasonlin: i :Miami, leftyesterday I.Today In Histpfyaj l our -- ---- I.1
$iiEtorjr! together with the location Bk{ Buildings:' from Water D.mage .
afternoon fQ at, short 1838-Lawrence ett, fam CORN ON TilE I
jr.; :
Poettc\SJffiph ; .....e...e.....i..t..l.I oj\.the.yanous points of interest : ed his by using Genuine "Everwear" I
Entertainment stav there before goingto/New? i Shakespearian actor of gen-
j I This Beautiful
I ony YorfcrMrsrMartha, 1 I 1918-Midst of ;Jb1)P g g1925Coming ) JI'j litth..$jty This is to be workeduprn.cooperation eration, student and se'nolar of the COBNICE STRING BEANS 1\\ Roofing1 Roofing.! !. Something- n*
: : : t with the artists theater born at Paterson N. J, I Different aDd Better I
1: Vrs e:> Presented This Evening :: the Somme.f ..: .' ; '.1.1I '';vVho will produce black and CARROTS AND BEETS Entirely .
.Bhere in Roofing,
Alvarez iterday left .yes- -- 1\ Died in New York, ,March\ 20, YELLOW: AND WHITE
..-----.. . --_ 'afternoon for Miami'where ; ia2itransmi ol\'.white[ sketches for the subject mat- 1891. For this 'Roofing is Wind "
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The First International Poetic alities represented. These are: *' sI ';i ter. j TURNIP and Rain Proof. . It can't I
she will be the guest of Mrs. Jen- of pictures by wire began. I! FRESH RHUBARB Burn . Can't Break or Curl
Symphony will be presented tonight English, French, German, Irish, nie Galindo and other relatives. I I I I f| Commercial signs along the', 1842-N (icholas) C. Creede. SPINACH AND SQUASH up on the roof. . Easy to |_
at 8 o'clock at 708 Eaton Italian, and Spanish.It - i I j 1 Fortescue-Massie) trial in business streets it is hoped, will' romantic lover, government scoutl{ FRESH TOMATOES Nail on. . Low Cost. I
street, under the auspices of the Mrs. J, A. Daanc and daughter i Honolulu began t| be re-alligned by the merchants prospecter, multi-millionaire i LETTUCE AND CELERY I I Write TO-DAY for Freight I
is that all avail: ;
Key West Poetry Group. Com- reported Jacqueline left yesterday for\ I I during the summer, adding to the founder of Colorado's famous: ) NICE CUCUMBERS : I Paid Prices. Getreal and _
for the I
modore von Mietk-Liuba, II. D. able seats have been claimed. The where will remain I 1934 Congress passed Johnson attractiveness of this quaint Island lasting sm
Long Key they -
I mining city, near 1 I price, or leu, than you would
W., is general chairman of the doors will be. at 7:30 m. I loans nations in I *
open p. for a stay with Mr. Duane. Bill prohibiting to City !: Wayne, Ind. Committed suicidein ONIONS pay for ordinary roofing.
affair. and the program will commence I default. I The program, which has been 1897. EGG PLANT .1 I! I_ Guaranteed. .I_

The evening will feature a i very promptly at 8. While a Miss Winona Lounders I left yes-I I !1i approved in the event sufficient ) GREEN ONIONS
program of poetry and music I number is in prograss the doors terday for Miami and will' be the\day afternon on the Cuba for funds are made available, Administrator i
18CC Pierce Baker
symbolic of the various nation I will remain closed. guest for several weeks of :Miss! j Havana on business in connection.! Gilfond declared, will -George -0-
Harvard and Yale's noted professor
,.. _. _. Hilda and Thelma McCIem'.on. |with his pineapple plantations on make it possible to carryon direct WINESAP APPLES SOUTHERN STATES ROOFING co.
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-- ----- -- --- --- of the drama, born in Providence
the island of Cuba. I II relief simultaneously helping relief DELICIOUS APPLES

Judge Browne daughter of the late Commodore Dan Navarro left yesterday fora j clients to prepare themselvesfor R. I. Died Jan., 1935. I ORANGES I 5 ..._A_"-0 cI ;...-

Rollins Pierce, one of the most business visit at Miami and I Emilio Gutierrez left yesteiday: private employment, and de- -- SAPODILLAS w..... ... .......... i.4 .e
Host On Tuesday famous of the southern pilots, URGE TO WED YOUNG GRAPEFRUITWe :: Fras11 Pail F.a.r.....-"E..1'i
after !
Jacksonville. I afternoon for Havana spend-. veloping Key West in many ways, !1 i I I ......
who for many years operated out ing a while in the states. leading to its permanent beauty j
Judge Jefferson B. Browne entertained of Key West and was the centerof Mr. and Mrs.' Sam McClintockleft I and improvement for the pleasureand I" .NEW; YORK-"The secret of invite you to visit us in ,I1

Tuesday evening at his, interest in many tales of the yesterday for a stay at their! 1\\ ,r. and Mrs.\ Hyman nayl(' of approval of tourists who will life is to marry young and raise a our new location. I -

Airway apartments with a dinner sea by writers of that period. home in Islamorada. New York who were in Key West! le here in the seasons to come. j i family," wrote James McCutch-, Phone 48 Free Delivery I_ w...

in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur i She is a niece of L. M. Pierce. I for a few days left yesterday for!I con, bachelor, before he killed -a- -.".-

Brown, visitors for the winter I and is enjoying a stay of twoI Norberg Thompson left yester- a week's visit in Havana Subscribe to The Citizen I! himself in this city. 'I ,. . . - -tit.-i1
aeason. I weeks at the Pierce home 905 ,,' .. .
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Other guests were Mrs May South street and the companionship 1 .

Ferns of Washington; D. C., and of her daughter who is a -.' -
)lr. and !Mrs.\ Ray Bush. pupil at the Convent of Mary Im- t

Mrs. Ferns--. is the grand-. "_r maculate. I do not irritate- ,/ .

CORRECTION I j jJn GROCERY STOREIN mucrtjtfiComuxntfi 1

yesterday's editorial of The / ...
Citizen: titled "Our First Stamps"it NEW PLACE ::};>> ,<<:
/.A: :
was stated that the first United :

States postage stamp was issued ," ;: '
in 1837. Thas was an error and Ai ,

should have been 1847, as the Announcement was made today ? :
Fausto's that it is c' : ::
first. United States i postage stamp by Grocery .w': \-t: ,
issued by the federal government now located in the building with ;:fo

was Attention issued in to that this year.error was, the Broadway Meat Market, corner I 1/11 f* IV\

Duval and Angela str ets.Fausto.s .
called by Commodore von T i
Liuba II. D. W., president Mietk-I Grocery was for many ,

Key West Philatelic Society years located at the corner oC dUUUOKJUL vlMALfe .

cently organized in Key Wes)I Packer and Virginia and wa .
The commodore further adddl l
considered one of the city's leading -
that this stamp was issued by the
postmaster in Alexandria, Va.. and largest!\ groceries. ,

and that a copy today is valuedat Proprietor Fausto Castillo .At.

approximately 8000. states that he has made this .. r.
t. '' .r...
............J .........e...IN I change better serve in the his belief customers that he in this can .. J: ;. "w." j r .' ; -- I amaln'a Y the same. . always mild, fine-tasting 'f s.' I.4J

t'. ; . :: t lI ; "tlc.i.stI': ," : r: :I !tit? I .uq RJ fj I
\ !;
CLASSIFIEDROOMS location which is far more cen- ;; :
... "' and fragrant. I am made of center eaves,}phty.; : ; I
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