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 12, 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
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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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April 12.-It looks as if Taylor I l FISH:
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Scott's watchdog watchedfor
.1 the thief-and then followed I GAYLE TALBOT 1 Passengers traveling on vesselsof Arthur Serra, largest pilll'applel I i I Miss Lydia Brown, daughter of' (Florida--; : Service) I

A definite" schedule of days him home. tiT As.aelsled 1*rrsa/ I the Standard Fruit and Steam- of from Cuba:jMxs. A. B. Brown of 701 Fleming, MIAMI BEACH. April 12. I On Monday
LONDON April 12.-Hitler Announces shipper pineapples : -Abram winter
which district case aides are in Ajinoyed (by persistent ship company this summer will the United States visi-:'stieet.' Key West is writer of.all i! Guberman
to I
was visitor
I thefts from his coal pile. Conscription. .Eden Visits have the opportunity of spending : a I 1 i'article and guest at a local

their offices is maintained by the Scctt bought a full-blooded Moscow . MacDonald Says several hours in Key West while tor in Key West yesterday for a on developments of civic I hotel want nothing more to
'' :: affairs in Philadelphia which do with Florida devilfish I The daily schedule of activitiesat
blood hound taught him to England Must Arm. en route to Mexico.An i conference with James Moore,' ap-i ,
social service department Mrs. sleep beside the coal bin and t Just headlines in American papers I'I't I announcement in the Journal head of the Reedy Forwarding !pears in the April! G i issue of thc-l 1 dead or alive. I! Coral Isle Casino was announced

Nina Ryder Johnson, director of thought his troubles were but more than that in of Commerce indicates that regular : Company which handles the Public Ledger.M'lss i I At the Chamber of Com ,
I merce fishing dock Buberma.j today by the recreation department ,
I which knew the high summer passenger cruises on ', \
London, Brown is editor of Silveri
the department pointed out this over.But I Serra organization: shipments of interested and curious
the first night more two of the largest vessels; of the
hum of Zeppelins. Sands of the Key West Admihis
I magazine of John W.
the fruit. I It paused to inspect huge
coal was stolen. And on the Crowds of and women line ale to be inaugurated within a
morning and relief clients will second night the dog too :with worried expectant faces I a short time and Key West is featured -t; Mr. Serra was accompanied by ':'Hallahan Catholic Girl's High: devilfish hanging on a fish tration. The schedule becomes: effective

help themselves as well as the department vanishel. line Downing Street to see the:I as one of the great attractions R. C. Gumming, who is associated -:, School, and is one of a number off| rack. Stepping closer to get
Next day he wandered home cabinet enter the home of the t for those making the tours. with him in the fruit business i I students contributing articles on) a better view he took hold of Monday, with M. V. PUnt

by followlig that schedule -still bubbling over with I prime minister. Some time ago an announcement They talked over the season which civic government. The article byjMiss the fish intending to turn it acting as instructor, and will ha

going to their case aide during I friendship for just anybodywho War talk brings no answering i Il was made in The Citizen. that officials will begin the latter part of the J around. Rack fish and all
would pet him. I gleam of high resolve on the face t of the line were in communication month, manner of handling the Brown follows: I came crashing down the fish in effect until further notice it

the hour they are to be in I. of a Londoner. He had his full I with the Porter Dock fruit and other details of the bu>i- "If I were Mayor, I should approach striking Cuberman on the was said.
I ,1111111..8AYALA which handles the business i'!! the incident head locking him cold. J
the office. I taste of war front 1914 to 18. I company ness. problems ioj i
"If you had ever spent a nightin I I of the company here, asking It is expected( that first arrivals the administration of the affairs He was rushed to the St. The daily program follows:
I what inducements could be offer- of pineapples will be not earlier Francis hospital in an am-
Case aides are in the office one; LANDS an underground shelter with of a city the size of Philadelphia'' bu'ance Monday
j afternoon each week from 2 P. M. : bombs bursting in air,' you s; ed by Key West for travelers on than April 20 or 25 with the shipments diligence'' where examination 10 A. M.-Children's Swimming
the vessels. in size the with the same; fairness Proved his injuries were not
to :5 J I'. M., and, except 1 in the case I would know how we feel said I I increasing by and that successful serious. Instruction.
of them. Manager Charles Taylor of early part of May courage any
of emergencies tint is the only ; Hard to Convince Porter Dock company collaboratedwith Scarcity of rain in Cuba has retarded American business executive assumes -' I, 11 A. M.-Adult Swimming In-

time they can be peen in the of j Statesmen fay' there i is no im-I! J. Gerry Curtis assistant production which makes the ;' toward responsibilities: of 11"1.1' 8.# I ruction.

fice. Many relief clients at the !, OTHER SPECIMENS CAUGHT mediate danger of war. but they I FERA administrator and a pro- season several weeks later than equal magnitude."In 2:30 I', M.\ -Water .sports bos''

present time go to the office in. can't convince the Londoner. I gram of entertainment was formulated in normal years. However it was adhering to a policy of NEW ASSIGNMENT I races.

the morning and wait throughout i j BY PARTIES ANGLING IN "They said the same thing in and forwarded to New York. raid, every indication is that the fairness I should fight bitterly 3:30 P. M.- Junior Life
the day until their appointment j i II 1914.. The only difference is that', That the program and inducements farms this year are more produc- special privilege in any form. j Saving
hour arrives in the afternoon This ; LOCAL we weren't worried then." offered were satisfactory tive than last: year and the amountof "Because of the menace of FOR BERNIE PAPY : Instruction.

flows upi clerical workers!; and *!1- ; Then the radio has conspiredto is evident from the announcement fruit sent to the United States mounting taxes. I should use the. i Tuesday

so makes it necessary for relief J enhance nervousness The I in the Journal of Commerce. I I will be correspondingly larger. |I utmost diligence in combating un-'| 10 A. M.-Children's Swimming:

clients to unit longer than would! I Fred Ajala, sales manager of British Broadcasting necessary expenditures of public, .n,. A....-aped Press. Instruction.
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be necessary if they went to the the Key West Electric company,i!: accustomed in the past to airing:. ................................................a money. I j TALLAHASSEE. April, 12.Speaker 11 A. M.-Adult Swimming Its...
office at the appointed Kour. j caught a fine tarpon lat; night only the most puerile of news "On account of the seriousness fctruction. I \

The department will always receive !i while out with Charles Taylor.i; items broke its rule to give the ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS of the crime menace I should en., Bishop today appointed 2:30 P. M\ .-Senior Life-Saving

clients with emergency cases: j of the Porter Dock coin; "inside" on Germany's rearmament. deavor to select as Director of Bernie C. Papy, representative I Instruction. .
but otherwise they will be inter-;: manager 1!! Public Safety the most fearless,' r 3:30:: ( P. M.--Water G :mea and
,'il wed at the office ->ny! ,)fl those; i i )Ian)'. j Three Britons and an Ame-1. upright citizen available and from Monroe county, I S.->rts.

days that their case aids is .sched- ,I! Mr. Ayala had two strikes but' rican. sitting together, listened to''! Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend would back my appointee with all as a member of the House I l Wednesday

uled to be at the headquarters. j the first. one was lost after a bat-'; the exposure. When it finished I!r Checks and Tax Bills of-Every Individual; National the power of my office. I r 10 A. M.-Children's Swimming

Those with appo'otvlent f'ipi E tic lasting more than 30 minutes. :, the American wanted to talk I and International Problems Inseparable "Because of the restraint placed committee on cities and Instruction. the time nd or the but .. l ,! ..._ the Mayor through the -I >
are: t Thc'rcond strike resulted in a' about it. \ I' > From "Local Welfare upon CatyL I town "* - - I ll-A.-M.---Adult'Swimming; In.
ilips. From noon'until 2 1'. M. thet j ing to himself. Council: I should: use every effortto st ruction
waiting room is closed since that fine specimen being brought to: Remembered 'Zeps .s.aileee.e.e..ese..e: ..................e tseea... maintain amicable relations 2:30 P. l\f.-\ -Water sports: girl/

is the siesta period and the entire the boat. This weighed 70 poundsand "Turn that thing off" said I During the first year of the benefit, inasmuch as there would with that body. At the same timeI I I races

Key West Administration of. was :5 J feet and 1-inch long. | one of his companions. I|: Roosevelt Administration the,, be much mote money in circulation should 1 not hesitate to expose[ FLORIDA PAYS i 3:30: P. M.--Junior Life Saving

fice i is closed. Night before last a party was He was too young to have;;;(spectre of inflation presented a I II any questionable gesture made by : Instruction.
The hours for the case aitlea: in out with John Sawyer and one fought in the big war, but he I constant|I topic for conversation' to spend for perishable that organization as a body. HEAVY TAXES i'I Thursdays I
the office are from 2 I'. M. to :5 J was in London when the ZeJsj land comment. Then it dropped goods. HUM: nesses and individuals "In order to relieve the piesent 10 A. M.-Children's Swimming

I I' M.\ and the weekly schedule for member, Mrs. Ruby Cerezo made were on the prowl. i I I[: out of the headlines, and little'i with fixed or regulated income distress:; of thousands of familiesI Instruction.

each district, together with the the best catch. After struggling'for Just returned from a visit to!'' was heard of it save in the serious I are bitterly opposed to inflation.A should use every means availableto 11 A. M.-Adult Swimming In

names of the district aides follow about 45: minutes the fish was Germany, one is impressed by the'I'I economic reviews. Now inflation I short time ago the analysis secure the maximum cooperation REFERENCE MADE TO INHERITANCE struction.

: brought: to the boat. I I difference in the attitude of has returned to the public eye, from the State and National TAXES PAIDIN 2:30 I'. M.\ -Business Men's
District 1. Miss Olive Day, Mon- In said that the recent general decline Governments in the allocation Class in
It was a perfect specimen of young men of military age. and promises to be a major political of Calisthenics.Friday .
day; District 2, Miss\ Alice Jones, I Hamburg the "torm'troopers I! arid economic issue. r in wholesale prices casts: funds to provide widespread employment -? FLORIDA > *
the silver king and its condition I '
Thursday; District 3, Mrs. Vir- looked scarcely older than Boy'' There are two kinds of infla doubt on the theory that inflationis through a carefullyplanned J 10 A. !M.\ -Children's Swimming

ginia McDermott\ ) Friday; District was flawless after being placed in j i Scouts, but carried themselveswith !'I tion. The most obvious is currency'I inevitable-observed that the public works program"GOING s,Instruction:

4, Mrs.\ Eva: Warner. Tuesday; the launch. It weighed M pounds a military swagger. I j inflation, and it is never resorted ; present movement in stocks is of -- I (Florida New Service) I II f, 11 A. !M.\ -Adult Swimming In-

District :5. Mrs.\ Julia Sweeting, and measured ft) feet and 8 inches. | The Englishman: of the same I,t I|I to except when government is in the "bear" variety and there had AFTER I TAMPA. April 12.-Checking ruction.( .
Wednesday. I age wants no part of anything' It been inflation the I 2:30 P. M.Waler sports races.
the direct financial straits. never during the latest report of the (
---- military. Of course if war comes,! 'omlliis-I' 3:00 I.. M.-Junior Life Szving
'! ; consists of turning the printing present generation a rioner:1 of internal ' '
ANOTHER SPONGE I he would go out. as his father i:1 presses loose to produce paper "bull" movement. One of the GOLD-DIGGERS!: Instruction ,
I O. Knight,; said in a statement this
did in 14. but he would much,; Saturday
1 money irrespective of gold backi inevitable results of any kind of
II RETURN HOME rather be left to his ale and his I i ing or any other security. The inflation of (course is to force: I week that Florida I pcid more in.I+(: 10 A. !M.\ -Children's Stvimming

SALE CONDUCTEDi Sunday outings on \he Common. i,I result of this kind of inflation is commodity and stocks prices up FLORIDA LAWMAKERS PLAN !1 hciitancc taxes than 19 other Instruction
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i : to drastically lower the value of ward. i i :tales combined. -
-- l TO AIM AT HEART I II ttruction.
LEFT OVER HIGHWAY FOR SOLONFAILSTOMEET : money-the prime modern ex- Thus there are two schools ofj I! II I The other states are ,Alabama, 2:30 P, M.\ -Senior Life Saving
VARIOUS SEA PRODUCTS DISPOSED -! ample is post-war Germany The thought (III the subject-but the t 1 DALM RACKET Aiizona, Arkansas Georgia Wyoming Instruction.
I DEL RAY BEACH AFTER i German; government, bankrupt first: "choul. consisting of those I
; Vermont Utah South Dakota 3:30 l\I.-Wat..r\
because of war costs turned out who forecast inflation next year,; -- t
'' in unlimited quantitiesand the after, is by far the, South Carolina. Oklahoma Sunday
BIDDING currency or year I
(Florida News Service) ] .
I that Montana, Nevada North Dakota,
the mark, which had been largest.: It is a notable fact
worth about 50 cents in foreign many businessmen: likewise be- New Mexico Mirsissippi, Idaho. '
sales conducted Rev: and Mrs. W. J. Church- ROUTE TAKEN BY PRESIDENT !I! exchange, depreciated to the point':I j long to this !school and are now other Following the lead Floiida's of legislators lawmakers'are of. Tennessee, Washington and Ne -,
Sponge states
) were
\\11. who were in Key West for a I where millions of marks. : to for influ' braska.
t taking !
J I were re i steps prepare
tlu> morning for the second time expected to consider bills aimed -
vacation at the home of ON HIS VACATION
as guests !! "This shows what great afipt i|
of a
I I quired to purchase a loaf tion as best they can.
this week on the municipal sponged| ; at the heart balm racket. J I HERETONIGHTCLYDEMALLORY
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Led low. on
; In'ea dock Offerings ere sold in the i -- A number of lawyers both in.
:( .Eaton: street" left over the highway i I G e r man It'ople-parlicularly i i".Share-the-Wealth movement" i ismerely state is." said Mr. Knight.; "It pay _
urn of $8'J5. the house and senate, spent the
j yesterday morning for their Florida News Service of to invite into the state and
( ) ,I those with investments savings, a .temporaly example capital
Two of the larger lots brought/ week-end studying present statutes1'
home at Del Ray Coach. TALAHASSEE Aril 12.-Thelegislature's accounts and insurance! policies economic and social insanity whichwill then to protect it afer it u invit- :STEAMER
$315: and SAGO, respectively, During their stay Rev. Church-' J governing suits for alienation of.
I first junket returned were almost indescribable. i soon" pats: away are apt to ed.
other offerings in small'! lots yercjsold affections and breach of promises'with I PASSENGERS
well several fishing excursions : i CARRYING
enjoyed j i from Miami with confession that ---
a More subtle i is credit inflation. i be sadly mistaken.Father a'' -- - -
for I view towards drafting
approximately $120. i : a
end as usual caught fishaplenty. : it had been outwitted by less This the movement is
no consists of constantly expanding of IN NEW SERVICE
This will be the last sale for On occasion he left : measure that would not shut off'4alid WOULD REGULATE !
one than President Roosevelt.'t! dramatize!
.! a person the amount of bmoint.'sscredit Huey Long. who has i
the week:, it was said by one of ;; in the morning with Rev. George i iE J petitions but aIm would )Iro-
the buyers but it is expected that Learning that the president available, and make it i>os- i an issue which is almost as ollas test amorous males from feminine i
Summers, of First Methodic j i would embark from his fishing rible for industry, government I I time itself. His theory i is that UTILITY GROUPS :
other catches will be displayed on j church and returned in time with gold-diggers. I Steamship Henry R. Mallory of
i trip somewhere along the Florida and individuals with the is
to spend more | the trouble country
:Monday and Tuesday and possibly catch for delicious fish i the Clyde-Mallory Lines i.J scheduled -
Wednesday of next week. i' a large a ; coast, representative Sam Getren than they earn for a long period ; that a small group of people have' I to arrive from Galveston
dinner. : of nu hnell, immediately figl'red of time. The eventual consequence -: too much money and that they CHANNELBEACONS
i Accompanying Kev. and Mrs\ : PRESENT BILL TO BROADEN 6:30: o'clock this afternoon with a
'l I I the presidential party would landat I of course is a financial are gradually starving out the'' number of pisrengers.The .
GIRLBORNAf I Churchwell the trip north were '
on Miami. Representative Gutzen explosion. In this country the I rest of us. '! POWERS OF RAILROAD : vessel is making the first
Rev. and Mrs. J. Nicholson, who '' IN NEW POSITION
: is of action.Jle became thelegislature's i I
a man post-war years witnessed a tre-: In opposition to Senator Long, I
from Key
carrying trip
had been spending while in Key I' COMMISSION I passenger :
a Paul Revere hitting mendous amount of credit infla economists of all schools bring: _
I 8 1929. At that
FINDER HOMEMr II West since April ,
West and at the Hotel
Colonial. were guests: j high spots to Biscayne Bay with an tion-and its culmination was the' forward graphs!, statistics carts United- I I I time Key West was a port of entry ,-

I I: : invitation in his pocket for the crash of 1929, which heralded i which dispute his figure and, The States Lighthouse I !I for passenger ships of the
I president! to address Florida's lawmakers depression.Now I prove him to be entirely wrong.' Department announces that Miami \ (Florida News Service) \I I line going both north and south.

: and Mrs.: Edison Finder are ASK WORK-cARDS i in joint session. a number of economistsare However, not one American in a!r harbor main channel light 131 i TALLAHASSEE. April 12.- It was learned today that there

he proud parents of a girl weighing I But while Representative Get- forecasting that the United thousand ever sees the work of, was rebuilt April 11. The new | A bill introduced in the senate by are only four of these passenger
eight pounds born on April 10 i I zen zoomed southward the presidential States is well on the road to I I| the economists-and the "share-: ,,, structure is black triangular sk.ele.1 Terwin of Bradenton would trips scheduled from Key West

at the home of her parents. :Mr. I! BE TURNED OVER I yacht steamed northward another era of credit inflation.The .; the-wealth" advocates are master -,, ton iron with pointer on piles 28', broaden the powers of the Florida under the present orders. How*

and Mrs. Cleveland Sites, on Olivia! passing somewhere around Vero group; believing this is led by' !! at reaching the multitude.!I i I feet high without other change.II I II[ Railroad Commission; to provide ever, if there is any indicationthat

street. ; Beach. So Getzen's invitation will famed commentator Willard Kip-:! In addition, they have this great I i,I It is also shown that Miami regulation of electric and gas persons going north are taking -

Miss finder before marriage was i i Relief: clients were asked again i never be delivered unless he goes linger who has published a bookon ,|advantage-some 10.000000 people main channel light 21 is now in anew l utilities. It would include authority advantage of the reduced rates

Miss Elizabeth Niles. The new ar- today to turn their volunteer \\" Ito Washington; where he is reason the subject, and his amp is are unemployed. and 20-odd position. 580 yards from Miami to investigate production the schedule will be ,continued, it

lival will be given the name of | record cards in to Claude Gandolfo ; ably certain to find the president. filled with other well-known j million are on relief. Many of i couth channel light 16, with costs and determine "just and,. is said.

Peggy Lou. :.| at the offices of the Key West experts. They think that credit s i these people are desperate, wor- Miami main channel light 23 also I reasonable rates." I

Administration.The i inflation will bring the United I ried. disgusTed with matters as given a new position 3SO yards The companies would also be' .I
administration is anxiousto FRYERS AND HENS State prosperity during the next', they now exist. They are likely, from Miami south channel light I required to file with the Commission Habana-Madrid Club :

EASTER FLOWERS bring the volunteer work campaign BABY CHICKS Jed iir two, which will be fol-Ito,[ turn to anyone who can 16. statement.of their capital Tomorrow Night ':

PHONE 598 for record to a close and as rapidly I FRESH EGGS fonftt. by a veritable boom, similarto promise them a better day. I Announcement made by the department I stock, receipts and expenditures 1 :
l ReservationsSouth 1 as relief clients have completed that of 1928. After that- This is not to say that "Share-! also states that St. during: the: preceding year, GALA NIGHT t
their volunteer time they Fulford's Poultry Farm another crash. I the-wealth" is going to take the Petersburg harbor beacon 3. reported I dividends paid to stockholders New Show and Dance f

Florida Nursery should take: their record cards to 1 I Deliver Phone 880 Some businesses want inflation. country by storm and effect a missing April 10, will be I salaries paid officers and description 2 Orchestras 't. 'fl

.. I :Mr. Candolfo. ,Retail trade, for instance, would (Continued on Page Four) j replaced as soon as practicable. i of their properties. I l - *





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: mtst {::l lL THE TONGUE-LASHERS s .o . ..... 'IN CASE OF STORM
r ] VIEWSDEVIEWS .i ; ;!
except Sunday By l TODAY'S WEATHER -li an I I Today's Birthdays I SWALLOW A SPIKE'

TIIC Pulallsh.d CITIZEN Dally riBLISIIl\0: CO.. HO.l Key West, speaking from a general ........................1, MAINE COD AXIOM

P. ART)'. :'(. ......1..... viewpoint. is probably: the only place in I William B. Bankhead of Alabama .
From Th Citizen RuUdlnjr Temperature cloudy and somewhat cooler tonight -! .._ 1 I
WHAT THCVSMT WIC7MC LIp fT Democratic floor leader in
Curner Greene and Ann 3tr .U the country where the full value of spraying t Highest ......._...............87 !: Illy l'resal
I ; Saturday fair: moderate to I the House of Representatives, born
Lowest .... .. .. 71 Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of : PORTLATD, Me, April 12.
trees with insecticides is neither !
: : understood : fresh \\est and northwest wind; *, j jtOft '': at Moscow, Ala., 61 years ago* ,
vly Dally Newspaper !In Key West and Monroe ft'an. 7t 1 1l 1RTs" Agriculture: I'I -Tit. "pokes"or stomachs

County. nor appreciated. Normal Mean _.. ."'" ..... ......75 I I "Present conditions, particularly I,'I i of deep-sea cod or haddock
: vtjj :;. () : U. S. Senator Fred II. Brown of
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Entered at Key West. Florida, as second class matter Some Key Westers know that were it Rainfall i I !<> @! -\: I II for in Communist the South provide and Socialist fertile a!soil i' New Hampshire, born at Osipee?,: caught in the Gulf of Main

FIFTV-allTH! YEAR not for the constant fight against pests Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I I ,1 i tators." i-I II N. H., 5C years ago. i! often are found to contain
Normal Precipitation .... .02 Ins. t '
Member of Ike AMcUt4 Pr... 73.. ; small stone, nails, jack
I that attack plants and trees and 'I his record ewers 21-hnMr periodmuine u r -%' I i
.1. Associated Press la xcluaivelr: : entitled to use grasses \' Dr. Daniel Marsh
t at M" .lork IMa Mai-Bine. t tt,.$ '(7J Elmer 1 homat U. S. Senator from L. presidentof knives, or e.e.0 the fishermen *
..r republication of all new dispatches) credited toll I I
or not otherwise credited In this paper and al.. the human race would starve to death. Tomorrows Almanac 1} ( ..1 Oklahoma, inflatioaUt leader: I II Boston; Univ., born at West t say silver coins.

the local newp! published lierw. Even with that constant chemical war- Sun rises .................... 6:07 a. m. l % i ik't' I "The only practical way to re-I! Newton, Pa., 55 years ago. I Old'time hand-liners and

Sun seta n.........."".."'" G:4'J p. m. ) ._ : move the excess value from the. 1 I trawlers have a ready explanation
1tNATIONAl [UTOPIA TION fare in force, some scientists have de- Moon I rises ._....._ ..... 235; p. m. '! !S.'S" .. ,+i !:- domestic dollar is by expanding Prof. Robert E. Robers of Boston | for this. phenomenon.

1935 clared that destructive insects:; will win the : Moon sets .................. 2:59: a. m. '=... - .. '*..>J1\I the currency in circulation." I educator, columnist, born at I, .
Tomorrow's Tides Fair Cooler IlIatdonfield.!! N. J.. 47 years ago.I You see, when there's a
SL'IlsrilllTION: : .:" T contest against human beings in the long A.JI. P.M.High I I VIEWS AND REVIEWS-NO. I --- I II blow coming ..." explained
Year _, ,....... ....... _..... .......__'10.01 I Florida: Fair tonight and Sat 2 Harbor ,
..... ............ 5 I one Cundy's veteran
4:25 :03 Alexander
tilt! Month ..._... ..... _... .._....._......_ .CI' run. : : Harlan Miller columnist: F. Whitney, presi-
three Month ........m.-.. ..__ .m .....___ 25MUVKIITI9IQ I Low .................10:38 11:00 urday; somewhat colder tonight. I I "The Grand Opera here was I dent of the Brotherhood of Rail-' "the fish knows it, and they
,>n. Month .. ._..._.._........._....-- .111 All of which is introductory to the Kilometer Jacksonville to Florida Straits: I' Trainmen ballast themselves so theycan
'A'eekly-. ... ...... .%1 i at 8 a. in. today: swell but it certainly left me with way Cleveland, born at' .
work that has been done is I Sea level, 3000. west and northwest I movies." Cedar Falls, Iowa. 62 ride it out easy-ltkc.
and now being I :Moderate to fresh!' a Lip appetite for the j I years ago.: ;
RATES I The fishermen also know
Made known application.JtUTlGB. done the State Plant winds and weather partly -- .
on by Board in cooperation '
I Lowest Jlighes-t I, Joseph P. Kennedy, chairman'Securities I i Julian Street why a cod sometimes has
lil'a-CU.L i { I of New York?
AH muling notices cards of thanks resolution e' with FEUA in ridding this com.munity .- Station Last Night yesterday! overcast! tonight and Saturday. I.I I.I Exchange Commission: novelist, born in Chicago 56 money in his "poke." There's

:", .pert rate rtiltuary of :e cents notice a line., etc, Hill be charc" fur al of pests that prey on plant life. Abilene ............4G 02 j East Gulf: Moderate to fresh "Invest in America. Its people t tago.I years an old superstition among
Atlanta _......4G 14; 1 northwest winds. r I'I't fishermen that when the luckis
?otlca for entertainment by churche* from which At the start of the campaign I .n. north and have purchasing power, cash re- -
t revenue is to be derived are S cents a line. scores Boston .............. 3J( 38 !I :erves bank balances and !!avin .' J bad, the best way to bring
'!hs Clilx, n I Is an open forum and Invite dlcuriun *- of Kep Westers maintained that the .... I Frederic G. Melcher of New fish i. the
ef public USIK- and subjects of l local or general spray Buffalo ...... 42 56 WEATHER CONDITIONS :accounts.! I to cast money into
:nttnrat but It will not publish. anonymous communl- had killed their trees. While there might I Charleston ..._... Sfi l 12; i York, editor of Publishers' Weekly -! sea.
.. ..... I
u- --- -- --_.. ._ -- have been some room for in the I Chicago ......_.....38 44 I -- Charles A. Beard American. his j born at Malden Mass., 56 Even today, some older
complaint! I Denver ....... ..25 42 I The low pressure area has: moved torian I tears ago. i skippers will empty their
I :
TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN beginning, because of the use of a spray I Detroit ... ...... 42 50 eastward and extends this i t "There isn't any doubt of the I I '. pockets: of change when the
that contained too ....... .r 8 70 George T. Seabury secretary of', run Is
much molasses or one Galveston: > ;iiiioinin, . .. the American Society of Civil Engineers
Havana 74 -
of its components, it has been among the German Storm Troop I
WILL always seek the truth and print it many Huron .. ... ...n. 28 40Jacksonville gioi southward over the South ors" !, New York, born at Newport -' BENJAMIN LOPEZ
months since treatment has damaged any ..... 00 82 Atlantic: States, Detroit, Midland ., I j I:. I., 55 years ago. FUNERAL HOME
fear and without favor be I
without ; never tree. Kansas City .... 40 40 ; Pittsburgh! Pa., 2'J.74 inches;I II Wallace Havelock Robb. ornithologist I -- Established 49 Year

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; Indeed, instead of harmjng trees, the KEY WEST __ 71 87 I I while the western high pressure I]I I : | Pierre E. Flandin French Key West's Oldest

always fight for progress; never be the or"gan spray that is now used benefits any type : Little Los Angeles I Lock: ........ 40 52 50 70) ': area overspreads the country from j I I "I am of showing the owl."the people the i statesman< born 46 years ago. i 24-llowr Amk.laac. ServU

or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, of tree. The mixture, of which a sa- : Louisville .. 40 01 I| the Hnt-ky: Mountains eastward to j I i beauty I battled economically with tariffs P......Licensed m Embalmer

faction or class; always do its utmost for the ponacious chemical is the base not only Miami ... .. 70) 82 ; the Mississippi i i Valley, )Dodge City. I I Ii I I Gerald P. Nye U. S. Senator from I quotas exchange regulations, depreciated -, Night flM-W

public welfare; never tolerate orruption or kills insects of all kinds but also is :Minneapolis 34 48 i Kans., 30.50 inches. Rains }have North Dakota: currencies and barriers I
as re New Orleans .... .18 78 of all sorts than before
"President Roosevelt has voiceda ever in'
injustice denounce vice and praise virtue occurred during the last 21 hours Pirates Cove
; ; Fishing CampPirates
freshing to trees as a tonic is to human New York ..... :38 50 from the determination to keep America history."
Mississippi Valley I II
commend good done by individual or organ Pensarota .... .. 58 82 upper r
beings. and Lake region southeastwardover out of another war at all cost. Cove, Florida
ization tolerant others' views ........ 44 58 I Eiji Amau, ,
; of rights, and Despite the fact that there has been I Pitt'burfch the middle, and couth Atlantic Japanese spokesman: 20 Miles From Key West on
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42 r
St. Louis Hilaire Belloc, British author: "I doubt if Russia! is vitally'interested
elevate the
opinions; print only news that will States, except in the Flori.lapt.'ninsula. Overseas Highway
little rain: in Key West during the last four Salt Lake! City _. 42 58 Temperatures have f al. "I. !should much prefer to be a ;: !' in Eastern Asia."
end not contaminate the reader; never com- : months, plants and trees in every yard and I Ii San! FiancHoo .. 50 K8 throughout most of the Plains banker provided I did not have, r : SWIMMING POOL
promise with principle. i Seattle .. ....... 40 74. to to the bank and work. { Henry A. Wallace, Secretary of FINE CUISINE
: along every street in the city that have States, and in the Mississippi Valley go
I Tampa ... .. .m 72 80 I\ Agriculture: : First Class Accommodations
Ii and Gulf States, with readings
i been treated by the spray are as green and Washington "'_' 40 54 below freezing southward over Leslie Howard actor: I: "The loss of the country from j Write or Telephone for

Do not call them stamp collectors; I as attractive as though we had had frequent Williston .......... 30 48 : southwestern Kansas, and continues I "The actor Is merely the bait the shrinkage! of foreign trade i I ReservationsRates
i } with which the moving pictures| has been, far greater than most!
rains recently. !. !! above normal in the Florida : $5.0O to $7.00 Per Day
they are philatelists. WEATHER FORECAST : eeek to lure the public into the : of our people even faintly suspect. !!- American Plan
And yet there are ome Key Nesters ." .
(Till 8 p. m., Saturday) I I G. S. ]KENNEDY. theaters. I
who are complaining against the State 1---. ..
Official Chaipe.Ly .
if Key West and Vicinity: Partly -- -
Some juries in Miami convict even Plant Board's activity here. Termann Gauch German author
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prosecuting attorney objects. Aside from the beneficial results toour I a group of officials and representative of different races within the I STEAMSHIP Co.

trees and plants that anybody can see i : citizens of Key W t'st. cells of the human body." II P & 0
Folks may now improve their minds I who wishes to see-some are blinded by The visitors will first view the 1 I
San Carlos hall and afterward beenteitained William Green, president A. F.; MAIL ROUTES FOR
prejudice and don't wish to see- residents BY"Jlappeaial.
rules.It DAYS GONE
by learning the new bridge scoring i
} at the quarters of Captain of L.S PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
should take into consideration whatit Here Just 10 Yeart I. Clark D. Stearns, commandant "In no part of the; world do the Effective March 18th, 1935

means to Key West from an economic Ago Today At Taken From at the naval station, and Mr!. workers want war." Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays
is prudent to put a little sugar into I Stearns. It is also proposed to 12:20 P. M.Leave .
. viewpoint in having a unit of the State The File Of The Citizen. i
what we say and take a little salt with Plant Board in this I ride the visitors! over the city before Bernard M) Baruch. financier: I Havana foe: .}Key West Thursdays and Mondays. I
community. : they leave on the train for "Today the world is more em- Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays
what we hear. Seventy-five men are employed by the Politics in Key West are look I Washington. - |, 6:30 I". M.

board, and 65 of them are Key 'V('sters. ing up and according to stories] announce the birth of a son dur- TkkU, K.* rvati.. and Information at Ticket Of fit* .. tDeclt.
-- uhich are going the rounds it will !1 j! All the buds in "The Love Gar' ing the past week at the home on 'Phea. 71
: : A German professor declares that And the payroll averages $300 a day! not lie long before a number ot 1' den" will LJos."Om tomorrow night, Eaton !street The new arrival has! I I J. H. COSTAR. Ageat.

earth worms can sing. Some other kinds What do the recalcitrant Key Nesters candidates for the various!! city offices II i I in all their radiant and colorful I been: named Charles William. .

say to that? Do they want the State will announce themselves( as beauty for then is the opening: _. _.- - -
thiuk they can. candidates in the approaching!,I i performance of this I
Plant Board's unit to remain here or do mueh-talked.1 :I1 11.IIII.1:
election. During the past few :: of wonderful
they want it to leave? months the names of four or five I|! edy.and This figure of speech ape 1!1! .......................e................................. .............*

If you don't think yourself a little However that question may be answered residents have been mentioned as II j.I. |>lie j not only to those girlies rep .!

possible candidates for the mayoralty -.11. eventingthe!' flowers but also to
the recalcitrants
better than your neighbors! you have an should bear this in
and others have been mentioned : all of the immense cast, at least: ,
inferiority complex. mind : if the State Plant Board gives: up as candidates for the coun-i[to the feminine section of it. Clean Up Paint
the work the federal government will step cil. To date there are two possible 1 Up :

in and do it, which means that tongue- candidates for chief of police and The Due and Duchess de Richelieu -
Even if the cloud do come, the sunshine at least one for captain. However , who have been the guests; ofi
lashing then will be as effective as one's the local political is just beginning i Clarke D. S
pot -i I i Captain and Mrs.
always: returns-at least it always trying to butt his way through a stone to sizzle but before next Stearns, will leave this evening for Fix .
lias. A St. Petersburg paper banks on that wall. month it will be boiling. : New York. During their stay ini Up

i i Key West they invested about
past performance of Old Sol. That's the choice, and the quickerthe .
( I Cubans in Key West will celebrate !I $100 I .000. Their purchases include

tongue-lashers desist the."better it in this city Saturday, com .|I' the Artman home on Whitehead I :

will' be fur Key Westers as a whole. memorating two events. The birth'j I street, several lots in other In The
"Dame Kumor" has! been telling
day anniversary of Carlos Manuelde tions of the city, one directly opposite -

John Kilgore of the Tallahassee Democrat Cespedes on whose farm in the La Concha hotel, s. ,
t< f l UNCLE SAM'S SPENDINGIt Yara the first war for independence -i i Knights: of Golden Eagle Hall atI ,
that "Dame Ruth Bryan Owen will started and the declarationof I Fleming and Grinnel streets, and Better Housing Program

leave Denmark to enter the contest as a may he surprising to many to learn: war between the United States I other valuable sites and buildings.: I s
and Spain which resulted in the '
candidate for governor in the forthcoming that the spending of the United States government liberation: of Cuba from the yokeof I Editorial Comment: When a' 5

primary." Also that 'Doyle] E. Carlton during the first three years of the Spanish rule. Great preparations local furniture man suggestedtwin Is .
are now underway and a beds the blushing bride said
will launch a campaign for second termat present administration approximatelyequal :
I number of events are scheduled for she thought a cradle would suf ,
the Wnkulla picnic next month. Dame ( the sum spent in the whole first 124 this two-fold celebration.Presidentelect fice. Give Your Property

Humor works overtime in Tallahassee during years of our national existence, but it is a

legislative sessions and occasionally fact. General Gerardo There were a number of carloads S
Machado of Cuba, and his party of pineapples arriving last
whispers something just to see how it I From the beginning of President will arrive in Key West this after- night from Cuba. The fruit was A New Deal

would be received.-Miami Daily News. i Washington's first term in 1789 until the noon on the Governor Cobb from I transferred to other cars and : JSi1

end of President Taft's: term in 1913 the Havana. There will be a number, shipped north. I :

;-In a campaign for the betterment of. total expenses of the government were of dr"tinifui isht."t1 I personages land ( ; :
with him. The party will be met Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Demeritt I

any community it is necessary that: the $2-1.521,845,000.) According to the best I ... . . :
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citizens cooperate whole-heartedly in order estimates available, with figures taken I

to make] the objective successful. Unfortunately 'j from official sources, the expenses of the:' r-- Arrange a loan at your bank under the Federal j1 SS

there are always some who do j government will reach a total of about
I Housing Act monthly terms [
not fall in line with a progressive move 24,206.533,000 during President RooseI Your Opportunity on easy \
I .
that may injure them in a minor degreebut \elt's first three years in office. a jii

redounds in larger measure< to the I During the first 124 years of our government i
Now is the time to modernize home and
benefit of all. The plant pest control the average annual cost was $5.26 your

work is for ultimate benefit of the citizensof I. for each person. In the last three years it to make such improvements to your property as may Don't Wait For Materials j !
I be needful or desirable before costs advance too : '
Key West and is fully supported by the has risen to an average of $64.55 for each i
much. '
t' .tiD
Federal Relief Administration and is part

of the. general rehabilitation program now person.The new $4,880,000,000 work-relief I See us about the U. S. Government plan en To Advance In Price l\\

being carried on in this city. The few bill alone involves more money than it cost long term modernization loans.

who oppose the work of this body may be the United States to fight the War of :. ;
slightly inconvenienced or suffer neglig- 1812, the :Mexican War, the Civil War and Enjoy the benefits while you pay. .. .
ible losses but should overlook these when the Spanish-American War combined. .

the community as a whole is benefited. Spending by states and local govern The First National Bank ot Key West :. "Your .home is worthy of the- best" :.

That ments has also increased in
there is a compulsory city ordinance tremendously

!permitting the plant board to operate recent years, and legislative bodies are at Member of the Federal Reserve '. South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. !jl

should be the least impelling factor to their wits' end trying to devise: new taxes f

allow.the eradication of the pests to proceed and increases of present,taxes to meet the Member of the Federal Depoait Inaurance Corp.* t : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streeu !

unhampered. Good will and cooperation insatiable demands of the tax spenders. YOUR BANK \ .. .

should voluntary and not All this i is something for eserioug. .
coercive. minded citizen to think about, I IIIIIIIII/


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MEET \ .:". ..:TII IUU4I.. 4IfltIT
Tin T1K: OP FMUtin.
SPORTS C'II ti'iiiy: .
., Jam Sta_. til, and U don't him to ) AiUms,
arNO"" ** you want use
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it. a "'Matll youM0/ lawyer* and Plaintiff S5 'n. eec s..S
hat AU nyc o. politic. U. U alto t.. I GOOD EXHIBITION F.*rrrl..nrr .l lien *f
tkf boat -catch" in New Contort.Koj. At that moment the vole of the Tan !law! CrrtUtrftr.- ROOMS
.. and tk. l.iU. ., Kft Conford Irish cook was beard In the kitchen FOR WHEN lh H. (;"'.1nnt.,
iaro efcoM* tin rick JaXortKnf ". .....
op lu ,o ALS CROSS IvfVmlant. I
Lttllt Ham*. laAOJafJUr -
t* a drunkard. Jam if brolm: gilded cage. carolled honest Ellen I ) (W I'VBI.Il'\'tJO-:: in price and location.

1.aned-luII tkt might l put "It aletter 'FlanertT.. _n. . _. _. u.._ >-armir by the affidavit of 128 NE 4th Street Miami Fla.
I front if it ....*. not for Ktrtv I A"oImJl. plaintiff. in the ,
<. tretktr. >,(. and yorrtt. While Mrs. Northrop fled towards oo.*....eo**.o*o.*.**ooooooooooooooooooooooooooDOINGS Mlr.l rau ?, ... hlrh said af apr4.16txPIANO
i the kitchen the twins rolled on the ADMINISTRATION t (By JOVE has I.e'rn duly filed In said

Chapter 1? floor, shrieking and gasping and There will be one that .the saul affiant believes
THE TWINS pounding the floor and each other. and most thrilling I ... .- .. In the above! xtjlnl.

Only too well they knew that Jane WINS FROM ARMY !games of the season is a rrmdrnt of a State or
npHE twins were built on the lines \ other than the State of PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo.
was hanging over the banister. For Bayview Park tonight.The
.1 namely, th. State of Vir
an4 their round Excellent piano for sale
of a padding reno.
days that memory was sweet. ( GRAVY) eternal rivals and that the revidrnre of the ,
whenever they guessed that they The singing ceased. but except In*.. The "Red Devils" .drf-ndant.., at! particularly Kllzabrth a. in I mar20-lmo

the presence ot their parents Jane M Lopez Funeral In said affiant In 413) UV t i
were being watched, were as com: A good many of the boys wereon job to break 90 and Kirschy busts I I Strrrt, City of Norfolk, !
never encountered her brothers bat cross bats with the
J>let.!? devoid of expression as deck to play some golf but a out laughing and nudges me and and that there FOR RENT
figures of porcelain. that one or both of them emitted I DEPARTMENT or the Busy Bee ten. I in the State of Florida Sta.1. I
few others were playing what says he was 90 before he started .
faint little cheeps that exasperatedher will enjoy this treat. I .. ,.f a subpoena upon
They were silent children silent almost to the screaming point. they called golf but what looked playing number eighteen. Now. OUTFIT VICTORIOUS IN bind said defendant.
.&t'lust In the presence of their like tiddle-de-winks or such Eddie, know better than to''! Both clubs will II. twynnrFurther. thai said I' BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
some '
Family meals became a nightmare. you
strength on the field I believes that the age of th.1 Hour Week. Repairall
elders but carried on a never-ending: "I saw Leslie Harris walking up game. Then too, a lot of boys try to fool Kirs<:h '. Of cour"e, j GAME PLAYED WITH CAR-II defendant. Klisabeth: II. Day or
and elaborate system ot communication morel t gers Brantley and ... is makes and paint> them ,withNuEnameL
the street with a bunch of violetsas were taking exercise. The :Melvin Russell was enjoying all I I over
AGE BOYS claim that if they l therefore We full
by almost Imperceptible big as a cabbage. Sate would strokes, the more exercise. (This this because he also won and Doc f II. Cnynne" a.w.""l! carry a
winks. Jerks of the head. twirls ot not have any alibis to supply of parts. Agent for the
state Innocently.Or is meant to be a "goak". .sort ofa I Willie Kemp was mum because he j in the above styled
I II .
the thumb and slmlhv manifestations. I They announced I -h. is hereby required Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
Norris would Judge Hoi-
"suttle way of speakin' a piece"as also lost but won too. Or, I should j : to the bill of complaint.
comb as saying that these days (By JOVE) as, follows: I' .aU..1 I And sell them as low as $5.00
Artemus Ward was wont to !say ten or maybe one, depends on | I on Monday, the 3rd .ta
They were almost never heard James Stimson didn't know whether I I'whethers The Social Diamondball League Funeral Homers- ; i .\. l> 193:>. otherwise the down and $1.00 per week. We
) But enough of this its cents or skins. Eddie I
criticizing: grownups yet the latter his head was screwed on behind or say. fOl-de.1 played two yesterday. The Baker, ss; Gates 3b; i of said bill will be taken. a* Buy and Sell all makes of used
rah. want to know was! the tail end boy today. However games *"ed by mild defendant.
were always conscious when the before. and ask his mother what tbe .you Ubieta. 2b; Ingraham .. further ordered that this ur- Bicycles. Phone 276. J..R.
sults. it sthat Kirsch and first contest at the
was played .
twins were near of being watched Judge meant by that. appear McCarthy ef; C ; published once a week for I' Stowers company, 515 Duval

and perhaps made fun ot Indeed They never made but the one remark ;- I. :Melvin had two points and Eddie Army Barracks and the Army out Lunn. p. Arias. I consentlie. weeks. in The Key street. apr9-tf
(Citiaen a newspaper pub.
their continued presence except at a meal and sometimes delayed There was mistake made and Doc just had one. Mr. Cherry. fit suffered their first defeat of Sweeting will be in Monroe l'ountjr State

when they were actively employedIn it until the dessert but Jane someplace yesterday. Postmaster i tree was knocking 'em down to the season. The Administrationboys Bees ... % I
Busy j; .
I thin 5th day of AprIl 0'1 HPALACEMadeleine
absorbing food. so embarrassed knew that U was coming and Sam Swinky Swanky Koodle de-t the green and into the can today. won by a score of 7 to 5. If; A. Acevedo- ss; : :. I

their father that he had as little to watched and waited for It. shrinking! Flue Bobby Harlington Sid Me-j i Last week he had Doc for a part Eugene Roberts started on the Bethel Court Seal)
c Ward sf. ;
do with them as possible and eYeD almost visibly. Phid Bubber Harris wasn't the' ner and so it must be Willie that's j i mound for the office boys and ; 3b ; ',ROSS C. SA\VTKR Carroll and Herbert
Castro ; Circuit { .lIrt. Twentieth Judi
their mother was often uneasy under She never answered her brothers first man through playing. bad. He loses whether he plays, pitched five innings. Earl Adams Gates Carbonell Circuit of .Florida in and i Marshall in

their combined Impassive stares. never if possible so much as lookedIn ably Sam will! blame this prob-1: with anybody or plays by himself \] finished the game; and received II. Gates, p.will be on Monroe Y.H.ur County., II I WAS A SPY

Jane and the twins usually main their direction but she knew well Cookie: he uses him for : but. as usual. Willie finishes top'man credit for the victory. in they are "' f..r Plaintiff.) I -also--
talned an armed neutrality. Jane's that across the table four impish excuses. But in the first four- : on skins. The leaders at bat wfre' Fro- apri-l-:6'mar3-1 BLAZING GUNS
The will
twelve seniority and hertather's china blue eyes were watching her game
years come was! Capt. Timothy Pittman I hock with two hits in Matinee 10-15 Night 15-2S
I as many at 7:45 o'clock and : ;
open favoritism gave her an covertly. Sooner or later she would who took a side-kick none other .: OF I\T>:'>TIO\ TO A P.
apparent advantage over her broth Feel herself flushing and could all as ,i Berlin Sawyer says business times up; Ward and Young with will be: Capote at the 1.1.011 !.%'''*%C.F. OF

ers. but hear the twins' diabolic Inwardchuckles. than William Wesley Watkins ain't so hot so he decides to take three safeties in four tries. zalez at first and I.U"\I. i.r.
and together they tried to beat !i i i Bob Spottswood out and show him In the field, Kanaw and Ward and third. '
She was able for Instance to have and''' IS IIKRKItr ctvito: :
Capt "Papa" Russell Kerr ,, a good time. But Berlin got cold j played a great game for the Sol. Play Ball!!! Inn. of the city of Key KEY WESTCOLONIAL
their curtailed If
pocket money they to pay them back! The hate- "Pirate" Arthur Morgan (the man feet at the last and started to give II j diers, and Hale and Bailey for the County of Monroe, and th. HOTELIn
offended her. when the offense
At times OH. that : . of Florida of Intention to
was serious enough she could little devils! They deservedto behind the gun.) It seems ,up. However on the last nine he office crew. SOSSSSSSISOC e to the legislature of the

get them punished in the good old- be beaten until the blood ran. If "Buccaneer" Morgan was hitting!''! had a 52 which isn't bad when you Score by innings: R. II. E. Today's I of Florida at its 1'3S: session the Center of the Business
I of V special
only she could beat them herself. 'em high; wide and handsome and with pair of I Adm. .... 002 100 013-7 10 2 passage or
fashioned way; and when Mr. North- are playing a law, the substance of which is and Theater District
rup's secret Irritation against his strip them naked and beat them and with his partner's help on those (;I feet. Berlin says they don't fit too Army .__ 010 011 002-!5 12 5 ............... 1 ; :,\\" : I II. I

sons crystallized Into whippings they beat them with a black snake long putts, they were up and down ,: well but they get him around ] Batteries: E. Roberts, Adams You who are born I .r )of provide emnlojees for and the officials retire Firtt CUs-Fireproef-

were occasions to be remembered It she did they would be capableof most every hole. I mean up to the' pretty good. Berlin and Bob had and Cooper- Burnett; Ortega and a tendency to a the. City of KeyVe... and I Sensible Rate

sbudderlngly.; poisoning her. . might cut up I green and down in the can. William -,'begun to play when Samuella'I Kulas. I ture, which threatens I. : for the payment a I
needles and them in her food. compensation
But Jane had learned that many put foozeled around for about 14 l i Goldsmith arrived on the scene Summary: Errors: Williams!'! 2,1 disorderly and lead retirement." COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
She wouldn't put even murder be- holes and then woke to the fact '! contemplated law will be In
an unpleasantness usually Impossible up looking for "Pious" Willie but not : Sullivan, D. Powell. Young, A. There may be too ,
yond them. They were so careful "" in the 1 legislature as pr.-
to trace. happened consistently that he had a match on. So Tim ;i he batted in i and Carafe Elnat.r"
now to do nothing of which she conld finding same immediately was Roberts Cooper; runs : faulty judgment I l bill under the f..ii.'wing

whenever she interfered with her complain to her father. says "You big monkey. why didn't I 1 taken in tow by the Berlin-Bob ]'Young Demeritt 2, Camns! Fro- rection. If the : I Popular Prices'DELUXE

brothers; she found It wiser to leave you play this way in the begin.I When all Bob hock E. Roberts. Bailey, aroused there is a niLI TO UK ENTITLED -fi
over I II
But sooner or later she would get twosome.! was i i I Hale ACT IVovldinB for the I S
them severely alone. Unfortunately even. She would turn the tables and ning." Willie's answer will not had lost!': to Sam and Berlin had; Ward; two base hits: Jones, D. for there is plenty of I .. of employees and
for Jane the twins had eaten I of the City of Key
they would laugh tbea on the wrong pass! the proofreader but it is:: beaten both of them on a couple I Powell Frohock; !stolen' bases: cess will often appear and providing for. the

the four under layers of her gor- side of their mouths. She would get enough to say he told Tim whyddin't of holes and also out drove both ;I Jones, Manucy, E. Roberts; !sacrifice mere chance. i .. of a monthly 'corn- I
box of birthday candy. leaving I! I
geous such retire
he win a hole once in a after DUVAL
the top layer untouched. and even. she would. But how? a couple of times. lie says if Sam i hit: E. Roberts! ; struck out I nt; pro\ldiiiR that alt such
Her mother told her to laugh to while. The score was 3 for :Mor- his ....-. officials who ',
been soundly whipped for It. t and Bob will kindly call at : by Ortega 0, by Roberts 1, by PIGEON l ) or
pay no attention. Hadn't she tried? gan-Kerr and Willie and Tim. a I t place he will give both a couple I i Adam 0; bases on balls, : off Rob- I I had and Twenty continuous or more service yearsI MEAT MARKET
For days they made no move to I
Jane back. Now when she was Wasn't she always trying? Outwardly goose egg. of lesson! on hitting a 225-yard i I! erts 2, off Ortega 2; hits: off Roberts TO SAVE 1 retire and become inactive PHONE 479.JDuyal

pay no one could have been gayer than I I I 6 in 5 time- of : .a Fifty per rent monthly
drive. innings
: ;
most unhappy fretting. as she she was that early ) provided also that all at Petronia Streets
summer. Sam Harris!'! says the reason he (Bjr AMoelated .
Mixon and Dion. .
1:30 umpires: or officials who have
thought in secret over James preference ;
She had given party after
; party. France
did not win was because Charlie ROUEN. Fifteen or more years ac-
for the despised and detested got up picnics. hay rides. a tennis Salas had too partners Bascom Grooms and Ice BOX magnificent cathedral and continuous service may FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Leslie. Jane found that the one many electrical I In the second game ,that wasplayed and become Inactive with
club. Her father grumbled that he Ayala being good guysthought
for Cruickshant to Dame here i is in .
him and Louis
salary of Forty lI..r.I SPECIALS
bad at night at the Bayview Street"T"
twins neither forgiven nor tor-
would show
her two
never saw alone for more than they gaso-
II provided that allau"-h
beat and all Charlie had was hundreds of pigeons ;
gotten. ten minutes at a time. No one InSew poor line guys in the shape of Pete Park field, the Lighthouse ten defeated )..... or officials'who have I CHOPS
Jane took her breakfasts in bed. Concord could say that she was little, meek Cookie Mesa. who Taylor and Ike Russell how much the Garage outfit by a it its facade. They I Fifteen or more years of VEL 32e
The twins. passing her door In the grieving her heart out for that never harmed a fly excepting one !I better electricity was than coal score of 14 to 1. The Garage boys done incalculable) may but retire not continuous and become serv In

mornings would sing in falsetto gawky James Stimson. that was lighting on Sam's head oil. Results were (nobody knows :: had an off-night and were chalked thousand and one .. with a monthly salary of VEAL CHOPS,
voices. "Only a bird with a wounded while Swinky was trying to sink niches they have set '" per cent; provld- 35eI
And she she
wasn't wasn't. Except . .all claim they won) but be :: up with 10 errors. Lewis had a '
that all such or
heart."over and over and then laugh that 50-yard putt off the fairwayon The Commission!
to make the twins look silly II Gar
bad did Rubberman
I that as:! io may they had a lot of .,,, night, !so who have had Tea
stridently. she wouldn't have James back on abeL number eight. Nevertheless, affairs cia. of Normandy urges a active but not continuous PORK LOIN RONST,
"Stop that horrible noise," Jane Sam S. S. K. de F. B. II. S. fun. Not dipping into their .... may retire anil shall re- 23e
effective massacre
but after looking over their I I For the Beacon boys, Lewin and Fifteen per cent monthly I (End Cuts). Ib _
commanded daily but the noise The twins and Leslie Harris! B. Harris says it is getting Mep'l I for I would .I 1 Archer each hit three safeties- infive lution of the problem."Kindness -providinK that this
card today suggest
went on. Once they lingered and debated Nothing would so thoroughly spite for him to play. I don't score to ) shall he paid out of the PORK SHOULDER,
times bat. For the
at Garageten 20c
combination of Ayala-: fund Provid
bird that | revenue ;
whether It a
was a
loudly the three of them than for James to of the I I "
complaining the
whether he was ._ _
Grooms-Taylor Lewis and Hill hit two !safely enough, argues ; that this act shall not ap- Ib _.. _
with wounded heart or a wounded Russell against
a his former allegiance. Per- | ; "
return to weather or Cookie :Mesa's score.I I' "but pigeons can be to employees or officials
wing. I i would be a pretty good match I i four tries. are now receiving pension
her mother
haps was Perhaps But I forgot today it was Louie the Gothic facade TRIPE, 25e
"The evidence points to a wound, I t What side would lose on lowball In the field the stars were De- compensation
Leslie had said something. Perhaps and Charlie carrying Sam and one Custodians of apply for the passage thereof 2lbs. ..._____.._
ed heart." Norris snickered. "Yeah, poor James was more victim Charlie forgot could be made up in agjrei; i i i meritt and Sehoneck.I .., April II. A; O. 1535.

you bet It's a wounded heart all than sinner. . Paul around. Once I'I gate. Ike must remember to keep II Score by innings: R. H. E. bothered by the %- ARTHUR UOMEZ. PIG FEET, 25e
and drove his ball onto num St. Paul's London
right:: all rlghtey. Nate added. and That afternoon Jane broke an engagement : more to the left. Once when playing I Lighthouse! ( ; 2 lbs. __......._...
the two leaned up against the wall to play tennis and went to ber two when he was playing number number 8 he was almost over I I 231 200 402-14 1ft 1 Istanbul. and the to The Citizen.
convulsed with their own wit call on Miss Julia Pratt. three. Charlie says sometimes to the railroad track the other :I Garage 001 000( 000- 1 J 9 10 bany N. Y.) were PIG TAILS, 1ge
Jane appealed to ber mother to forget whether two comes be- i recommending a and SAT. SPECIALS
Jane did not bring up the subJect you I side of number 3.Newlywed Batteries: Demeritt and F. Ib .'
stop the outrage. But you sing: it of James but Miss Julia Pratt fore or after three. Anyhow he I i I Stickney; Cates. Jolly and Castro. Western Steer-Meat
yourself." the twins answered In his check without I Gabriel to Veal Pork SPARE RIBS
did. She told Jane. confidentially can count pay i Summary: Errors: Lewis 3. play: 1ge
chorus. "We learned it from you." of course that Sarah Stimson had making a mistake. .or else those I Josie Lopez was way' Gabriel Hill Wells Lewis to Gabriel ; shipment lIens just Ib .,____

-It's a silly song" their mother said that she would rather sea her poker chips. .Anyhow Charlie and i\ down to "Bones" Robert Knowles : 3. 2. Jolly, des; time of game: : ; received

said flrmly. but It you must sing It,, nephew In his coffin than married to Cookie had 3 and Sam and Louie about the middle of their match Valdes; three base hit: J. Cates; Mixon and Ubieta. at prices y.u- can meet PICNIC IIAIS, 21c

slug It outdoors and sing it correctly tbat designing common Harris glrL had zero. I but put on a burst of speed, and :I two base! hits: Stanley, Lewin, BERMUDA MARKET Ib ......_..__.

It goes like this 'Only a bird In a Miss Julia added that this was nn- i I woke up. Curry Harris was going. Archer Schoneck. Wells. S. Cara- .. S61-W ,Free Delivery
glided cage .' She sang the first[ ballo. Hill; stolen bases: Gabriel
just Leslie was neither designing Amonthe four horsemen none : along too. not so hot the and Virginia Streets

chorus through and made the twins; nor common. But Sarah since losing Johnny Kirsehy round but better the next. That:: Castro, Stanley Roberts, Cerezo, LEE --- .-- .
happy as -
repeat It after her. her money, had developed an and were so sad as Eddie Strunk. was a fast threesome. they startled -:I Schoneck; sacrifice hit: Valdes; GROCERY

oversensitive pride In family. For none so hour after everybody and struck out: by Cates 2. by Demer. .
that Eddie was telling I an I
THANK your her sons said her part Miss Julia was fond of Les It seems having a hard [ with the crowd ahead :I itt 4, by Jolly 1; bases on balls: &
and bowed. As one man lie. Still. It did seem rather a pity... everybody- WJN I off Demeritt 1, off Cates 2; double

they turned and walked out of the "Everyone likes Leslie Jane said -- -- -- -- .- I ..

front door. down the porch steps and quickly. "But U James really meansto After making up
..e..eseeseeeeeeeeeeeseeToday's I army surgeon: and librarian. creator -:I "
till stood be- and
around the yard they go; to Congress I'm afraid that I I ly Grocery
low Jane's window. Leslie Is hardly . ." of the surgeon-general's Burns-Gracie Allen in BAKER'S ww

"Only a bird In a gilded cage." "Exactly." Miss Julia sighed and first director of the N. Y. MANY HAPPY RETURNSalso 695 and get the

Nate carolled at the top of his lungs. looked hard at Jane. Anniversariesleeeeeeeeeeeeeoeseeeeee I Public Library, born in Switzerland meat, finest

Only a bird with a wounded Jane looked hard at her and the Co.. Ind. Died in New York, -- Vegetables and

heart." Norris boomed. Then -I compact was made and signed. They S172fiCharles March 11, 1013.Subscribe! . FIRST WORLD WAR select Poultry at

"Only a bird .a bird. bird . kissed at parting although neitherwas Bnmey, English Matinee: Balcony. lOc; Orchestra I PRICES.
a bird wounded to the heart. . to demonstrative and they had FRESH
I to The Citizen.
composer and historian of music, 15-20c; Night, 15-25c
the heart In a gilded cage. until never been especially Intimate. I Pork Hams .

their mother descended on them and Miss Julia waved goodbye to Jane born. Died- April 12, 1814. j j177'illenry Smoked H.

Jerked them Inside. and flew to the telephone. The battle I
Clay Kentucky'sfamed HENS AND
"If you ever do that again. It I was on.

ever hear you. If Jane hears you so It has long been agreed that all's statesman. Secretary ofl COMPAREWINDSOR'S Spri>f Lamb
State born in Hanover Co.. Va.
much as hum that tune I'll see that fair in love and war. and in this cam ,

your father gives you such a whip- paign there were elements of both. Died June 29, 15521811Daniel Staley

ping as IOU'" never had yet. Mrs. Miss Sarah started the ball rollingby
Northrup threatened furiously and giving a cotillon which Jane was R. Goodwin not

her sons knew that she meant It Invited to lead with James-Invited ed- Protestant Episcopal clergy Public welcome CHEVROLET

"I'heltared at her blankly. before James had! been consulted man-educator- of his day, born at I demonstration at

"Anything else!" Nate Inquired concerning hU partner North Berwick. Maine. Died- in day tomorrow. ride" demonstration .
the licrary
blandly. (Copyright Hit tlatttl H. rarham, Philadelphia, March 15. 1890. I VALU WITH ANY FREE FREE Try

othlng. But remember your I I Tomorrow, Jamtt- nuka a re. I $2.00 Basket of Come In For a of the new Master De Luxe.

father's bought a new carriage whipToday m'k. shout a moon .odd_ 1818-Michael Heiss Milwaukee's OTHER STRAIGHT be given sway ....

'noted Roman Catholic missionary to those wK. attend Test its flashing speed oo the get
- ----- - -
WHISKEY IN ITS tratioa. No el ,.
and archbishop born in Demonsfration away, its smoothness, its ease of
.s..e.e..s.e00001 ical life died in jail in New York Everybody welc..e.t
Died March 26 1890.
Germany. PRICE
In History City. I t handling and above all. its riding

1822-Donald G. Mitchell ("1k CLASS! !

.e.e..aa--- -.--_. _--- Marvel"), noted Connecticut ease. . Compare its big, roomy

1912-Died, aged 90, Clara Bar. agricul-- Fisher Bodies with their steel
1709--First! issue of the historic humorist and Author. an ;. ,
Tatler England. ton. Civil War nurse, first presi- turist, born at Norwich. Conn. Diedat

dent of the American Red Cross. Edgewood, Cona., Dec. 15,1908. 100 IbarI! : 4" Turret-Top construction.: Com

lgll-First American coloniststo 1838 John Shaw Billings. "

the Pacific-the Astor enter- 1933-Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen PROOFWINDSOR 0 I '. C r* maintenance. . Come in-soon-

price- -r.--hed mouth of the Columbia confirmed as Minister to Denmark = '-'-
FOR SALE -- zide"
River.1845New. America's first woman envoy. -: : and let's go for a "luxury

Insurance' Saab. Dimes ..4 I BOURBON Special. 3 pkgs 1' Meltzer Motor Company
York Life I
A "How to Stud class has
founded. WHISKEY PkoM 695
Company .
been organized at the Universityof Urn*. ..: PHONE 377
Kentucky by Prof. Ralph Wood 822 ,f '
1878-William M. Tweed most I lof the university's college of .C. KNOWLES- ..p. O M**. NEW you:. N. Y. I _) ,, Caroline and New Streets.

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,................................................ (By ALEC. ALLAN) LEE'S FINE CLOTHES- new crisp :Shirt for taster;

Kantor's Inc., exclusive men's ........................ CUBA BRINGS 92 PASSENGERS H.! Elmore representing I New Sprint Suits Latest --you will fid a }large tielec-
Patriotic Daughters Entertain shop has received its new Easter the Staley Company, manufacturers styles newest fabrics-Pinch hon at KANT01;S to Man-
Down the spine of Florida TRANSPORTS 22 TO I and Shirred Yoke Backs. hattan. Phillips Jones anti the
National President Last Night wearing apparel! for men and boys. I I Does the Havana Special steam; ; of starches is in the city in II I Grays Tans Plains and new new Form Fit Arrow. $1.45

I In an advertisement in this issue Skirting the blue Atlantic TAMPA the interest of nis company and checks, single and double to $2.45. '

I of The Citizen there are many attractive -I I Warmed by the old Gulf Stream. has arranged for a demonstration t breasted . .also extra high; SHIRTS-Largest: selection 'n
PATRIOTIC rr courtesies shown upon her arrival buys in this line. to be held all day tomorrow at Quality Blue Serges all one fine quahty-new patterns

of I attention has been paidto I Lee Baker's Gro"cery. 822 Flem t! price, $18.50. Ire-t'hrutl.k. fast colors ,
The Patriotic Daughters [here and also spoke of the great Special We breakfast at Miami Steamship Cuba of the P. andO. also plain whites, 75c tu
America assembled at their hallo the selection of suits for the I ing street.
I hospitality of the people as On semi-tropical fare S. S. Company arrived yesterday $1.45.Inyiorted
for I with the result that This demonstration will be of-, .SUIT -
Duval street last evening Easter season While the is reshuffled with GENUINE WIKES AND
Special afternoon from Havana '
whole. I \ Pure
the purpose of greeting and en-i this year's clock consists of most interest to all housewives in the'city. heavy Belgium BAT I N G
With the of plainHIGHBOY
average amount 68 first class passengers 10, Linen . in
I The visiting official was ] All i 'I Elmore states. A prize $1.95 to $3.50.
tertaining Mrs. Sarah Webber: great-'I of the country's leading style. care.Rumbling. second class for Key West; 10 Mr. and sport models extra Jood
i '
national president of the organIzation -. ly impressed with the work suits have been specially priced first and four second class for basket of groceries will be given1 values from $9.50 to $12.50. FINE STRAW HATS AND

who paid her official visit, habilitation carried on by the Key.! for pre-Easter selling. 1 I o'er concrete bridges away absolutely free in connection ;; PANAb1AS $1.00 to $5.00.
I SHOES-Big stock or
to the lodge at that time. I I West Administration, and predicted -! There are scores of other items I: That link' coral key to key The ship; sailed 6:30 o'clock I with this demonstration at 10 p.! SUIT -Flnest quality White Easter Shoes plain white new.

Mrs. Webber arrived in Key' a great future for the Is-I that have been reduced for Easter I Ii I This is the only railway with 22 passengers and freight i m. i Gabardine, something; new- combinations . also solid
and ''land I II i Special prices will prevail sport; back double breasted.
West yesterday at noon was City. onj black and brown shoe
............... .1 That really goes to sea. for Tampa. every
... A I during this dem-* at $14.95.
met at the station by a representative -I I The national officer also marveled -; II I Staley products guaranteed solid leather . .

group of the order,'[, ever the delightful and PERSONAL MENTION:I In all the world I deem. BEARD 17 FEET LONG onstration. 1000 PAIRS SPORT Peters and Beacons, $2.95 to
I $4.95.
entertained in various climate to'be found'
and was |salubrious! | This is the only one TROUSERS-

ways during the afternoon by I here and said that this alone t.......0 .0 ._ .0 ._ ._._ ._._ ._._._._._.__._.'.1/I O'er the broad AtlanticFor ; WASHPETON, N. D.-L.Mans: Hei tiki the of love New charm Zealand,1usually of the', Striped Plaids Checks, Plain every BOYS'Boy SHOES-Shoes in I'lain Whites to fit,

members of the lodge.A I should! l prove a great drawing fifty miles to run. Maori people TVhite and Plain Colon !
;, Solid Blacks
Mrs. Edelmiio Fernandez left Langseth who died in this city at : 1 high Combinations
special program of entertainment -| card for the city, predicting that i is carved, of nephyrite.
in the afternoon yesterday for I the age of 82, had a beard 17 feet ; 1 waisted some with pleats and anti Browns all solid leather
was carried out at the i Key West will no doubt have the. On the left we have the ocean. long l some plain, $2.45 to $5.50. at $2.95.
Miami where she willl spend awhile which he exhibited for many : Y
meeting last night with delicious opportunity next season of enter-1 The Mexican Gulf's to the right; A Sr
; with relatives. years as a circus freak. WE CARRY JAI.ALAI GENUINE CREPE SOLE
refreshments served following the taining large number of tourists
a 'Most anywhere you cast a line COCKROACHES * -
business.\ session. I I from various sections of the coun- The fish are sure to bite.
Mrs. Piedad Molina and son to The Citizen.the USE STEARNS
In attendance at the social
I try.Mrs. Vicente Jr., left yesterday by ONL7tN
hour were several members of the Webber plans to leave this rail to spend a while with relatives Down the segmented trail song lyrics for the "Bad Egg; I J. G. Inc.

Patriotic Sons who joined in the'evening on the return trip home,|I I in Miami. The engine pants its way of the Family" under the nom deplume A 501 DUVAL STREET

festivities of the occasion. I and said that she hopes that an South, to where the tropics begin of Edgar Adga. TUBES ,

Mrs. Webber expressed great opportunity will be afforded inl I Mrs. John Russell and three - -. .

delight on her visit to Key West,I the near future for another delightful I I children were arrivals yesterdayfrom (I've come here to stay).
And heartily thanked all for the visit to the Island City.
Islamorada and will spenda
._ -.----. o while with relatives and friends.Morris The frigid Northern winterIs -.
- -- -- -
1 left far far behind;

Dance TonightAt Easter Hunt At : Holtsberg left yesterday Say, did, you hear that whistle
Cuban Club School l Grounds afternoon for a business visit in I I Key West-the end of the line.

Miami to return tomorrow. I
As you stej>down from the Pullman -
There will be a dance at the The Harris School Parent- I

Cuban Club tonight starting at 9 Teacher Association will hold an A. A. Young of Young's Landing -I You hear the lilting strainOf

o'clock. Easter hunt on Tuesday afternoon Pa., annual visitor since to Novem-Key Cuban warming music. t Who Rush To Give You, Service-Patronize Them
West, who was here
Music for the affair will be furnished Then..a humming aeroplane.You .
by Bob Thompson's Or- April 16, beginning at 4 I ber of last year, left for his home!

.chestra. o'clock on the school grounds. yesterday afternoon.Mrs. miss those blatant discordsOf

: This announcement was made the northern town BARBECUED
noisy ;
I : Sarah :Meltzer was an ar- DO YOU
Postpone Dance today by members of the organ- This is the Isle for Sunshine
rival yesterday from Miami and SANDWICHES I THIS SPACE
ization. And. .to that frown. MARINE CURIOS
quiet ease
By School UnitAnnouncement will spend a while with friends. NEED MONEY? Prepared the Old-Fashioned

the Senior Girls of the Conventof The flora is to be describedBy way with all the trimming SOUVENIRS
Immaculate will he George Allen Warren and Win. SANDWICHES of all kinds
was made today Mary abler than mine j I
until 26 which is two R. Warren. Jr., sons of Dr. and I pens OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 I InsertionsPER
that the dance scheduled for tonight -! April The shades of green, and pink We buy anything in

under the sponsorship; of: weeks from tonight.CHURCHMEN. Mrs. William R. Warren, arrived and brown I GOLD Watches Chains lOc 35c and Films
yesterday from Gainesville, where TO
Blend radiantly divine. Diamonds Watches and
---- Florida University ,
students at
they are I Pins, Rings and D en t a.BEER

CONCERT SUNDAYJACKSONSQUARE GO I holidays, and here.P. will. spend the Easter And'when it comes to fishing. I Bridge Work.Florida Wine, Sodat Etc. Jewelry I MONTH

The guide can take you there; Watch and Jewelry
J, Galvin customs agent With over six hundred varieties Gold Refiners Repairing
TO CONFERENCE You choose your bait with care. "We Greet You With a Smile"
who in Key
from Miami was

I West' for two days on business s, "No fish no pay," they say I 604 Duval St. Phone 347 ART'S BAR-B-QUE FRANK JOHNSON $3.00
left yesterday afternoon for
TO BE RENDERED IN AFTERNOON Rev. George C. Summers of the headquarters in Mjami. One pilot advertises; U. S. Govt. Permit Division and Simonton Sts. Colonial I Hotel BId...
lIe must know where the big -NO FLIES-
First Methodist Church and Ger-

BY WELTER'S I ald Saunders delegates from the Captain George T. Rice U. S, ones,grow.
Of diverse shapes and sizes.
CORNET BAND congregation, left yesterday afternoon A., retired, who was spending two SELECT SEA FOODSREAD-

for Miami where they -'ill weeks in Key West as guest of In a Key West night club pool Jewfish 2 Ibt. .. .. ... ..._ 35c INSURANCE
Mr. and MVs. Emory L. Pierce, lb 35c THE KEY WEST
attend the Methodist\ District Con- home in I The fished arc so tame Yellowtail Steak 2 a p
The Welers Cornet Band with left yesterday for his They eat the food right out your Yellowtail on Bone 2 lb*. 25c
ference. Miami. I Office: 319 Duval Street
Tony Welters conducting, hand- Grouper 2 lb*. ______ 25e J
Charles Ketchum, another delegate I .. _.. 25c
sent the That's not their only fame.A Snapper, 2 lb* .LLj.f- IT SUNDAY STARSubscription
following program in I from the First Church, leftover J. II. luau in charge; of the Mutton Fish. 2 Ib*. 2Sc
Jackson I -
Square Sunday afternoon i the highway yesterday morning recreation division at the campson TELEPHONE NO. 1
starting grouper will, by friendly Large Select Oysters
at 4:30 o'clock
: and will join Rev. Summersand the Florida Keys, left yester- $2 Per Year
America. I Saunders their afternoon after brief visit hand. FRESH SHRIMP
Mr. upon ar- day a Try Year Meal At
Be taken out the pool;
March "Washington Grays"- with his family. GROUND GREEN Key West's -THE-
Only Sunday
C. S. Grafulla rival.Rev And let one scratch his scaly
I Shuler Peele. of the Fleming back TURTLE MEAT Paper Delmomco I Restaurant f f
Overture, "Dawn in the i Street Methodist Church is George Pinder left yesterday PORTERALLENCOMPANY
-Ralph C. Jarrett. Forl't"I another member of the ministry inKey afternoon for Miami where he So glossy and so cool. Kingfish Mackerel Business Office Citizen Budweicer Beer ........ 15c

Myers.. Waltz "Kittiwake"-Olivette I. West attending the confer. I will spend a while with rela In response to numerous re- FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Building Six Court Dinners ------

ence. lie left over the highwayon tives. LOWE FISH COMPANY and aye
: this Key SOc. 7Se,
: Chinese Rhapsody "HongKong" quests we are printing ----------
Wednesday. I ,. PHONE 51
-Gus Guentzel. West boosting poem as reaa ai PHONE 151
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Curry
I the recent International Poetic
Serenade "The
us"_F. A. Myers. Victory Angel- I II MENDELL STOCKSUP left yesterday afternoon to spend Symphony and which was favorably DELICIOUS
I two weeks! in Miami where Mr. ----
March, "FERA"E.. Atkin- commented upon. ; \ IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
Curry goes to recuperate from a CAKES and PASTRIES .l
Mr. Allan who is convalescingat
son." FOR EASTERBecause recent severe illness. .. I J To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,
Tuba Obli ato, "Grieving the Marine Hospital a rep- +
Breezes" utation as a writer of song lyrics - and NOVELTIES atTHOMPSON'S
-George Roscnkrans.
Curtis Stanton and Charles E. + STAR, lb ;
March. "Washington Post"- his latest to bf- known as "Zip-- >>
I Smith, members of the Hi-Y organization FREE LARGO, lb 18c;
John Phillip Sousa. practically every man s Bing-Wowie, and a RazzberryFor ''
Star Spangled Banner-Francis and boy in the community will of the Key West! You," is being arranged by ra_.... ..J1'. MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., lb 15c.
Junior-Senior High School

Scott Key.MAKE \\ant the Easter to purchase a Manager new suit William for- yesterday on the Steamship Florida -, Alfredo West Hospitality Barroso, Band popular leader Key, tr OVER-SEAS 324 Margaret Street Buy It At Your Local
where will Things that friends will
for Tampa they your Store
Mendell of The Hub Store I and is destined to become a big 1 Grocery
CATCH OFMONSTER attend the Hi-Y Congress which Transportation Co., Inc. appreciate. Come in and see
has stocked high quality suits at convenes today. hit in the popular songfield in the I ., them. Roasted in Key West by
prices that will suit every pocketbook o and
I will be remembered he wrote Our Cake Your next: Lobster Crab Din MILL'
(Florida New. Service) Norberg Thompson, who was in I i ner will I be much more delicious _
This store is the local representative and Pastries are always fresh!
TARPON SPRINGS April and Cuba for several days on business__ n.I r For All Information if it is baked and served in our 512 Greene Street
of Hart, Schaffner I
12. WVile fishing in connection with his pineapple' I Maloney & Peacock Giant Scallop or Heart Sea 256
on a deep sea Marx clothing tnd is now showingthe I I THE HUBMen's PHONE 269.M Phone, .

trip George Cause and latest fashion in this make of afternoon.plantations, returned yesterday, PHONE 818 JAS. D. BAILEY. Agent Shells.'
Douglas Wilcox caught a
clothing Department
giant tea turtle which they All apparel' for Easter wear has I' MEN'S SUITS
Alfred Acherson left yesterday!
dragged to the Sponge Es.
change dock where hundreds been specially priced for the Easter afternoon for a brief business!II Navy Blue Serge; unconditionally DINE AT THE Birds Animals Fish PRITCHARD ROSES

of people gathered to I season. trip in Miami. I j guaranteed

view the monster the first ........................ 'I S19.75 PLAZA RESTAURANT MOUNTED FUNERAL HOMEDignified FLORAL ,PIECES A
of its kind ever landed here. Nicacio Garcia left on theS.
Economic Highlights MEN'S SUITS CECIL I GRAY
The creature weighed overa S. Cuba yesterday for Tampa II atollled to
thousand pound and measured eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeContinued where he will attend the Grand Fine Tailored; made of Worsteds you I SympatheticCourtety

seven and one half feet ( from Page One) Lodge Independent Order Odd I Tweeds, Serges Flannels I dining at home, you will TAXIDERMIST

in length and seven feet it j revolution in our social economic. Fellows which convenes :Monday and Sports, from- THE PLAZA a novel and PLANTS and VINES

width. The shell wa. black order But it teems certain thatit as delegate from Cuba Lodge $10.75 $19.75SPORT joyable experience.

glossy and quite round; flippers I', is going to be a powerful I No. 15. I TO ReasonLICENSED EMBALMER
Fine Work At
were two feet long and | political and financial force for SHOESA BREAKFAST SOUTH FLORIDA

fin-.haped while the head was J some time to come. If the third t Mrs. J, P. Hilburn. sister; of Mrs. marvelous assortment of Ambulance Service
unusually large and almost i! party movement actually comes C. S. Harrington, of Tampa is a I White and Black Brown and LUNCHEON able Price

round. I i to fruition, there will really be t guest at the home of and White, Black the new light SUPPER NURSERY

Local .eamen claimed it fireworks in 1936-and "Share- Mrs. Harrington, 1213 White I Tan, Solid Whites and White o 624 Front Street LADY ATTENDANT

was a species seldom found in I the-Wealth" is nearly sure to be street. I Combinations- PLAZA RESTAURANT PHONE 597

these waters but often seen the third-party *10gan.I I $2.95 $5.00OTIS 505 Dual Street KEY WEST. FLA. Phone 548 Never Sleep!
near Cuba and known a. the G. R. Steadman. manager of II TO

Trunk Turtle because of the BIRD GREAT CROWER the Western Union Telegraph UNDERSHIRTS

resemblance to the back of I I Company and also cable manager Sleeveless-Special :3 for- AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation i Is Wrapped .

an old-faihioned trunk.'IIIIIIII. READING Eng.-A rooster- left yesterday for Havana for a I $1.00MEN'S 536 Fleming Street JOHN C. PARK
crowing contest in this city was short business visit with officials I in very package

JI i won by a bird that: crowed 30 timesin I charge of the offices in Cuba. SHIRTS ,4tir\: ;; .

an hour. r ,I Stiff Collars attached regular "a'. of 328 SIMONTON ST.
Notice To Subscribers $1.50 and $1.95 values special ( Th.
Watch Ilt
Early spring cleanings in or-" JUDGE PRINTINGDONE .
{ YOU BE THE $1.00 Deeter
?!1..... he prompt In paying chards and packing sheds will go, i PLUMBINGDURO I
-TryCremate -
the dread
1L.eareier. wee deliver your far toward eradicating I
codling moth, apple orchaidista s Quality Coffee PANAMAS from-
paper. He pay The CitUea i JEWELE>' '
say. $1.00 $5.00SPORT
15 cent a week tor the paper i TO ,
and sells it to you for 20 I PANTS wr ARTMAN PRESS '
See Him For Your Next Wort

cent*. Hi profit for deliver. 0;i HUSKY THROATS One Trial Will Make Youa I $1.25 $6.95 ALL PRICES REDUCED PLUMBING SUPPLIES ". .

i I. S each TO Citizen Bid*. f
ing! cents weekly en S Customer
I I Overtaxed by L o Steady We are agent for Hotint 9 to 12-| to 6Opes PHONE 51 PHONE 348 .
vl>*cril>er. If be i I. not paid 'r
6peaking,6ingrng rt pP 808 ASHE STREET I HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
I HE !lo.e. Not The Citiita. Nl aCa Saturday Nights -r ,
smoking Ga CLOTHING and NUNN
I I Phone 683-W I . ...
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