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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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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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For Two Years Copeland'Has I Vitally Affecting City Of Key West

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Labored In His Efforts DAY; TO TERMINATE ON "They will positively: refuse toj J I After enjoying: a delicious I! - -
i SHOWN IN PARIS I eheve me if 1 told them I caught:: grouper chowder prepared at '

To Have Measure- EVENING OF APRIL 25 these fish I'll send them hometo Saul : MAN 'BLOWN THROUGH'
I SI) 1 : Key bv Captain ::: Saunders EAST RIVER One Deals With Three
I f fly .\.>i..rlatrd l'rrl }Frederick Maryland and let the party returned to Key West' I

Passed PARIS. April 19.-Auto. them have a real fish feast from wheie Mr. Harp had his catch : I
i : Man Government
mcbilet that shine like glowworms
Rabbi I' Kri-tal, of the H'nai the waters of Key %% est" packed in ice and shipped tot': }! !

I on the darkest nights Congregation of Key West, announces This is what was said by Reno I I "Frederick for members of the order j I Would Have All

may be the next thing on the that the Passover }Festival S. Harp supreme chancellor of there. i ....y ,............'''d _...r.....' ernor

By Oljr IIERBERT.PLUMMER\..._ >lrd I'rrx) hiehw.,.. is now being held in Key West, bj the KniJ.htof: Pjthias, before he1 I I I "The lesson I am shipping these (I DEVON E. FRANCES I bulkhead" is pieiced .by four airlocks -!' Power Over City

WASHINGTON: April 19.-For 1 A French automobile firm members of the congregation. It I left by rail yesterday afternoon fish," Mr. Harp told The Citizen I \\ ElIIA: \\'KEN. N. J.. April lit.When '. two for emission of muck.'

it displaying a phosphorescentcar started sunset on April 17 and after pa* ing his official visit to "is, first Ieraue as I said before l' Marshall Mali took an I'I. one for entry and exit of workmen -
something like two year the ten- in a darkened showroom will end at unset. April l 25. the local lodge. they would! not believe me if Ij' unltht.tlult'.1. cruise> through sever-' a fourth for emergency pur(!

ate' only M. D.-the fray-haired,1! on the Champs Elyteef. The The Festival of Passover is t Mr. Harp did not have Key told them fish like this could be I eral] dozen feet: of muck and water I poses. | State Senator Arthur

entire 'body. including the called in Hebrew Pevaeh.: It is'I' West in his itinerary when he caught; ; second they would not believe .I' under the East: river back in 11)16) I Christmas Gomez
deliberate Royal S. Copeland oft!I wheel spokes, is finished witha kept in commemoration of Jewish !left on his official trip but E. I.. I!i I caught them; thil'tI--wl'lI.j and lived to tell about it, he II Through By ;I will introduce at
paint that glow weirdly in deliverIed 'I Stapp. Miami and district this best Enginecimg: genius is drivingthe I this session of the Florida
New York-hat labored to obtain frt'l'ClonVht'n they wcie attorney : is lay reason: created one of Manhattan's sandhog
the darknett.The I tunnel under the Hudson with
4 by God from E Yllt. wh"iej I deputy sUpi'einehancellor I "After I had eaten the chowder i legends.; legislature ...
passage of m new food and drugs inventors claim the I' of the order told him to miss ,'13t Sand 'I such accuracy that its mouth will a special bill,
their ancestors were slaves. This not Key I felt all pepped 111)t| Hard-bitten in one of
kill in eonfre luminour car. ,can be teen for was in the Year 244H of the Jewish the trip to Key Wost and b 'sine'!' 1Ir..1 better than I have felt for aj f the w 01 Id's most dangerous. pro-j' j greet a companion bore a.. mile conferring until December
half mile :, I the Manhattan side next
at on
a even away
i, 'j era. to po fishing.; j long time. We hav Failure and dsappointing.rde.lay. when itt headlights turned Christmas with no more than an, on GO'Cl'IlorSholtz.the
are I During) Passover period saidjj After the meeting Wednesday i ship drive* 'on at home and the! slang expre-a.ion. "blow,"

have doffed hi*'effort. from] off. They say the device increases j Rabbi Kristal "we may not drink; night& a fishing party was arnm .;,, toys will feel so good and active i meaning depart HP blew out of inch to spate. > right, power and

parking at well at II 101' eat anything leavened or fer- cd and jestenhy Mr.'Harp' I went i!: ufter1 they have enjo\ed these:, the end o? a construction tube to Relatively low pressures are authority remove from of.
thestart.: night driving safet being used for the workmen in'
{ menled The Hogada. or story of out with Captain Everett Rivar, I I ffsh, that I know they will bring.J ''. the suifarc of the river and parked -

It i. estimated the. measure .....t( I' the departure from Egypt is read Captain Eddie Saunders. Merrill J their quota of UOO: members up to'' himself unconscious::, beside a the Hudson tube. The engineers. fice, with or without cau .,e,
P'IIII'IIA the This call- Sands Jr, Boatswain II. W Bow 1! the mark in short time" : until he ', expect to go through with no:
i, in home. ceremony is a i i ii tug was picked up. : any'and:all) officers elective
been than 26 which
rewritten at many at a I U. S. C. G.. retired. C. Smi I Mr. will home for he more pounds. is
: jed the Seder. cry. i harp go a : Today, 19 years afterward,
dozen times since the original ARMY OFFICIALS1 I I "During the reading the following D. Curry. clerk of the criminal j i few days and then resume his official u still :and hogging: helping push about 14 pounds above ordinary':! or appointive, of Key West.
atmospheric Workmen
symbols are used': "A small t court and Simon Creole. I trip. visiting a !'aige number New York's new midtown tunnel piessuie. 'j' As the governor already
draft credited with the "under air" for three'
can stay
piece of lamb bone unleavened f When they reached the ground* of lodges throughout the country'I' astwaid from the New Jersey
brain child of "Braintruster" Rex 1 1TUlwell. RETURN TO CITY j bread and bitter herb a roastt'd'' Mr. Harp caught the first two I and will he expe-cts. complete his : -hore under the Hudson I river.. hours. I I| has the }power to remove

egg,: and haroseth. fi-h fine mackerel. Then followed I itinerary the latter part of the ', .Stalled last October, this new vehicular -:; Sand Hogs Excavate .. t-Minty; officers this bill will
first submitted to 1 : '
was ; FROMTORTUGAS "The lamb is to lemmd us of I bsrracuda. grouper and! other'' | tube costing some' $38- '! You clamber through the bulkhead -'

congress in the spring of 1933. '! the Pascal or Passover sacrifice fish. What the whole catch weujh-I' year.Before his departure he said. : 000000.) it expected to be readyfor lock to step oat on scaffolding consolidate in one office the

I> --- 1 offered by our ancestors on th? :!I ed was not said but the fish that he will be sure to return in' traffic bv, Jan. I. 11)37.!) : on the piessure side for a: power to fuse the county,
During those: two years in the ;'i night of their departure from I caught by Mr, Harp weighed about January and this time will be accompanied Down Into The TunnelA I glimpse I of the tunnel face. Here,I
neighborhood of 200 witnesses i Kgj: 'pt. I| !M) pounds. by Mr. Harp.' I i glance into the murk of Man in the momentary absence of air, municipal governments -

have paiaded before the doctor I GERHEAD AND GARDEN "The unleavened bread reminds I -- ---- -.. -- I hattan's new bore a PWA project pres.ure, the Hudson's muck is: of Monroe county

and his conunittec. It has been us of God's love in ordeiinsr our _.._____ _______ _________ __ is: enougn to make the layman stemmed by a bulwark of ',,"0\)11
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an almost continuous job as far KEYS; TRIP WAS MADE ON i fathers to get ready the only kind -- - - - - --- tart back-pedaling for sunlight.An and iron. Around you, the circle,; into one Mm.plified group.

as he is concerned I LIGHTHOUSE TENDER IVY of bread which would be fit forth ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings i --1 as.M-tant: engineer who clips of iron segments presses upward'. As required legally: a notice to
long journey from Egypt. off hi' sentences matter-of-factly and outward against the river this effect
appears in this.issue eif
Copeland admitted when h" -- "The bitter herb reminds us of Charles Tucker will pilot you bed. 1 j F .

succeeded in gelling the bill I I the bitter bondage they had to I down two flight of ladders. At the "The shield' is the movable The. Citizen together with two
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U. pertion
Major L. Holbiook.,
before the senate after the woik-: endure while !slaves in Eglpt. I That Affect the Dinner Pails, )Dividend bottom of the shaft little more of the bore. It fits over the other notices which announce the

relief bill had been disposed of U. S. A.. and Mis. Holbrook.; "When we contract our freedom I Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual ; National I than: ile'olation to the unpracticedeye. end of the tube as part of a capsule senator's intention of introducing

finally that despite the fact it : Colonel Kobeit II Hennej, U. S. with the bondage of our ancestors: 1 and International Problems InseparableFrom he surveys' 1m domain critically. fits over the other. Jacks:; the following:
cannot but be to God
A.. and. Mrs. Henney and Colonel we grateful under hydraulic !
pressure move]i rpecial bill ratifying and
bore his name he was nothing. J for his kindness and protection."The r Local Welfare "Nice going c'i?" the shield con-
W. H. Noble! U. S. A., who had !. forward the measure ofa
more than its "stepfather." I : great lessons of the ra'-s- ... .. ..- .. .- .- .- .- .- .., .-o.--..---_--------..-.- .-.-.-.- -..- .- .- -,- g- -- .- .-.- .--- Concrete blocks litter the floor .-w lllh. two 'jVgt.and! :a half.1!, firming _the action of the city
been to Joggej-head.! Key and .
\ over are thereforr Faith l In Cod'. Czechoslovakia Lata"antI 'of .what.will' I become *'' f : i roerie.l KeJ'\W.\ in ;urrcnJiftg
Retreat Forced : }For the jiast few years foreign < Lithuania, a gfass- The crew excavates that distAn .1]|
: Garden Key on the Lighthouse ]Hi love for us and! our :jrratitude mooth highway the to the all of
motorist.A :
"I have understood: he said 'commentators have continually t Estonia-would agree to builds a new ring. and the shield, governor )egallo\\'erl
..Tender Ivy returned yesterday I to Him." Ipioposed, : this question! "Will I I respect each other's boundaiics.Number few yaidj mervvard. the great moves forward again." j the officer, of the city, and another .
rather ironically. "that many al|' .
afternoon. I -- ---- [ there be war in Europe?" j ] ( four was German adheienee areh of protecting iron fuses with It was against !such' a t'innel| l bill! of like tenor and force

stepfather loves his stepchild"and !!i At Loggerhead, Key the party DEFER HEARINGS ; Now another question has taken! to still another pact in the dusk of the bore's interior. face as this that Marshall Mahlej!I approving the similar action \'tL-

proceeded to lavish as much'' visited the keepers ami learned its plate: "When will there be which it would join England IInl l perha 200 feet !beyond thiti wa. working when it "blew! ,". ,
care and affection on the bill as ; war in EUIOHJ?" Dispassionate'! ]Fiance, Italy and Belgium inagreeing a new hulk'icad.! the! rand hop's' catapulting him and two com-1': en by the hoard of county commi'rionera -

he could command. I! i from them the modus ope i'a nth of OF FOUR YOUTHSDEALS observers incline to the view that! i to resist "unprovoked protecting arm agamtt: I''"ith.An ra ''es to the sur'ace of the East,;: and surrendering to the

;''the lights and the emulations of: Ithe dove of peace is more bedrag-j. ;air aggiesMon" committed by any tight. its margins fluch againstthe river. Maine lived; his rom.,: governor all legal powers in order
After a week of hammering ,the department as carried out at '. sides of the that: he administer the affairs
glcd now than at any time since' ]povv('r.England. iron cylinder, the panions died. i{: may
away Copeland was forced to;(( I the ic-heivation. They also went'' WITH BOYS ARRESTED i; 1913 that armed conflict be- : was not so naive as ..-- II[of the county.
make a btiategic ictieat. Under'J; 'to the Carnegie laboiatory. but at I I tween some or all of the great to belicvci that Germany would ------ ----- I I Thcsf three bill are of paramount .

'J i this time of the year there ate no''scientists '! ON CHARGE OF ENTERING is inevitable. to all this without ) importance to the peopleof
a threat to send the bill back to: I powers I agree soilie- ITALY HAVEN OF FUGITIVE ROYALTY I IDUCE'S I
carrying en offer'' ; Key West end rhould be carefully
committee for another revision,, cxpeuments. BUSINESS PLACE 1 i iNo Recent events have certainly thing; in return. Englandt; ,
1 I p! not been leassunng. All Europe: is to Germany was that the powers) read! an'I considered: it iithows.
thus losing all that he had The visit to Garden: of iI POLICE .
ail1'd'I' now an armed l'allll--4vt'ry coun- would! release her from the: RIGIDLY I,7 i I
the doctor agreed to .. (')\ Colonel Noble was especially fur I' I] try is building up its forces increasing Versailles 'pact and permit her 1 Another measure which 5i tinder -

"hlipelnld" on the senate ('alenlarwithout I (the purMe| of looking over eon-' date ha; been 'ct for hear-J: armament holding arduous to naim on a basis of equality': __ ,I[ (contemplation will prop 'e a
until senators ditu,ns: at Foil Jefferson anil if] digs of the four lads: who were ar special maneuvers. France with other nations. t.'I'WetIt'i .r...J con titutional amendment which
considered feasible to lecommendl'removal 'restedcdnesday morning and j I recently announced that 60.000) I Hitler's I answer: That Germany( By ANDRUE BERDING anti planning, it is raid a legal: will give the! legislature i authority

arc in a belter mood. ( of any bodies of officers:: liter confessed to having taken ](' of her soldiers, who would normally would arm as much as she : ROME, April 19.-Mus'oluii'a separation.I I i I to tablish a new Key Wft ,to

Many eib) erveis believe !howcer. -I who were interred) at that k'y'l 1 foui Lo\es,: of extract from a'i hav been ieleiased fioni" pleases: whether the other powers: rigid police protection has coin- '' One Fifhtt-Another Retire | include the entire area of Monroe

the Copeland "stepchild": is and in the grounds of the fort. 'building at Duval) and Carolinesticets. ', limed with the skies of Italy !' county. Only the offices of the
i, |I the colors. will!' be held' on foan: 1 1i liked it or not. ; sunny i ito 1 Alfonso has more fight left in
"out of the I!' While there i is a memoiial crec-1 | in draw I sheriff and clerk of the circuit
far front being i I extra three-months period Next act in the grim drama to this country a goodly him than most of the others. lie
Aimando Rivero. one of the would outside of the
oods" yet. i ted in the enclosure to oTieersiwho {! older to man the great concrete will be underway by the time this number of the fugitive royalties j court remain
of his maintains contact'rith
ladwa ieleaded in close t the A
died while in service at Forti p > land I steel I fortres'es which she article is lead. At Stresa Italy'' regular-coohty; government
House " I ,
Bill In f
Jeffe'ison it is the opinion of aj r father because of the !serious ill !i has ".'beidt along the German all the gie-at powers except me. those comfortable throna chairs:i' monarchist party .i in .i>j pain: pp;'!ij, ;}.' It i Hicontrniplafd!!'l.ijiauthojty.f t .
A companion, bfll In the house.90tISI of his mother and, it i3 ex-i have Lcen snatched from under' the '
( number of lesidents familiar with (ness . '' nij wci, \ rvo !
i 1 deal of
borilri : Germany will meet and deliberate god 11191x. Yli1a..Vhtica. |! : (
('1I by I (UcpieseniatUe Mead.1 conditions, at Cat: 'den! Key that'!' p.'cted the hearing! will not bell ffeis/ the them. j II bn\ the hands of three ,perspns.'one .
or \rnrd
the Nazi l
J: Germany courc 't> policy- government i, way and has>>: hope* of a re-|' .
0'-' New Yoik, proposetf not\ new there heino i .h.- until after his return to CIIS- ,10 ,L bje elected fnMrjeople, ;,,
is there wi'l!
a |ssibility t !: main reason for Eurvpean: alarm Chaiiunan of the meeting Rome and Florence hal b r several j . '.", :
food and dings act as does ,the I relics of interments found! on tod)', I: Hitlcr'ti allllounct'lnt.'l1tlithall will lie fine-eater' Mussolini, who dozen princes' turn. 't J,onto- I be appointedjyr! (theti;(over-
(''ul't:tII.1 iuea.sui ic1 but drastic the Key I I The other jo'ilhi implicated are would' longer abide bv hel 'li frustn Germanyiind. perhaps, queens In Rome: too is Anianulla'f1' exkking 1 nor a'n'l tbf third (o'e named, by,p
i )
of' taw ._ Jo t and Phillip Avjlo and Eve-I no ,all'l I princelings who once played .the; of the1jrterjor tofiepreVnt
amendment the present' f I Versailles I treaty was a bom1lI -J'JI Un. lie Aaa sectary ,
(the'rar old Dr. Wiley ail). i 11<> Quesada the : loading roles in their own countries $ S ( &! the extensive federal) ;n..
COLONEL I I shell. But Germany isn't only* think the Ftiesaconfeience villa and a large family Tire '
During debate on the Copeland LESTER fender Lithoama. Poland. Italy II r is ilooned to failure 1 but now are reduced to vestment in Key Went.
childien to Italian schools. Of
bill in the senate the questionarose OFFICERS RECOVER ':I and }France are all on the nervousj realistically speaking. its purpose -' watching the drama from afar. go This plan will, however hav'tobe the
time and whether it all the royalty in Italy Amanullahis submilte-J to the people at
again BAKER NOW ILL of each
;ide-they are suspicious ( is to achieve an agreement Most of them are resigned; to for
election next
would not be better for thesenate probably the most retiring. general yetr
,1 STOLENARTICtES : other worried afraid of invasion.' among nations whose ambitions their fates go about in Italian their vote._on the cou titutionslamendmenL
to proceed along lines I Their fears may be largely plans hopes aie. for the most society and try to amu-e themselves Prince Christopher of Greece,

of the Mead bill. The argument RETURNED FROM HAVANA I'oulldlei.IJlIt'chlllo. : y plays!I part diametrically: opposed.It as bert they can, but some who married Princess Francoise
advanced that under the
was : I I an important role in fomenting i! is an interesting fact that still struggle and dream of the of }trance, lives: in Rome. His first TICKETS TO
Wiley bill a vast! amount of liti AND WAS TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Chief of Polue Ivan Elwood rt''tlrtt'.1 -: wars. Your neighbor may be a*'. the bilance of power in determining -; great day of return to their RETURN
capital wife the widow of the Amer.
gallon has been thtcshcd out to The Citizen late jester- 'l|peaceable as they "olllt.Llt: if! ; peace or war may eventually ; in triumphant procession was HELL DISCONTINUED

helpful both to the goveminent I IN WASIIINGTON I lay) afternoon that certain articles !you:! think he's waiting his chancet: ) lie with Russia. She has one bugles blowing and throngs bow ican "tin plale king." William JJ. -

and to all others ('lIm'ernt'd.1Substitution :i |II alleged to have l I..l'n solen by Ran- f to slit your throat. >'oure* likely, of the world1 foremost military ing in" homage Leeds Cleveland, Ohio. i f (n. A.a.etatC rress.

of an entirely new 1 1' dolph talker colored now in. to see a threat in everything; he'' machines, and no country in the' Greek Family At Flcrenre Here also lives Princess Marie hELL. Norway April 19.

bill Itas argued, would! mean Colonel Lester I). Uaker: IT. S. jail. have been recovered. I says or does. i world would. like to go to grips' Fx-Queen Helen of Rumania is of Greece widow of Russian -A retura ticket to Hell Un

the loss of these legal interpretations A., left by rail yesterday after-j! The chief who was assisted! in i Against the, forces of Mal's'l with her. In addition he connects ; the latest addition to the rojaiift Michailo-': longer possible, through a
and going over the same litton fur Uashmgton, I). (*., to this! Officers Joe Kemp Grann Duke Georges of lh. NorwegUn .
case by i the forces of peace seem the Ea: 'l and the West t. ind colony. Giving up her throne by enrl ruling
ground again. i. he pi:uo.l in \\alter .Heed: Hospital and Alberto Camero. !stated that I what inadequate. Mainstay of can stand. as a barrier to the divorcing,King Carol she migrali vitch, shot by the boNhevists. She t Stat. Railways, but

Regaidle-ss: of that argument for an operation.. : 1! the articles had! been identified by j peace is England-ami ace English : ambitions! Japan as well as t<>i to Florence.She now is the wife of a Greek admiral -: this odd littl community eontinue -

however the fact remains that : Colonel Raker was in KeyWest i the party from which they were roving: dntlomat is suave I those of Germany. Russian attitude has 'a villa on Fiesole hill Pericles Joannides. to attract tourist at

if the senate passes the Copeland a guest ofIajor: W. W. taken I Anthony Eden, not yet 40. Captain at present seems to be a' overlooking the city. With her are At Viareggio on the coast south'' tentioH.

bill and the house the Meidproposal Rhein.1T, S. A. commam'ant at. Chief Elwood also stated that i'. Eden recently spent his time, sincere desire for peace- not 'her sisters Princess Irene and of Pisa: is the villa of the Haps-j i Hell U a .hamlet l of hH a

I. the measure ultimately the army barracks anti left for the prisoner confessed! I to having going in whirlwind fashion, from. because her government is basical-t\ Princess Catherine of Greece and burghs,.where ex-Empress: Zita of: dozeD ...ildi."* nestling in

to prevail will be written when Havana for a shortisit. Right,: stolen the goods. in question. one European capital to another t 1y pacific hut because she can- her brother. Prince Paul of Greece" Austro-Hungary and most Gf her: the ,'mountairou! district in

the two"bills go to conference."I after !'eavin the steamer he was: 1 !seeking agreements to outlaw!; not spare the energy and money' more exiles Once a year her son. family come for the summer. j the north Norway. Itt n.i"U ..

0111' Copland's "stepchild") : stricken suddenly ill I i war. I'that a war would require and at' Crown Prince Mihai. comes to visit ; French House At Palermo i f fj visible. only on the whiteboard

mav emerge from what !sometimes| On his return on the Cuba "M-j( COUNTY PLANSHALF England's: : first move was to. the same time pursue her vast her. Some day the boy yet may j At- Pianore di Lucca, near Par-! if" on the railroad

|v ilfMTiix'd. a.. the "third house" t'rtlaRf'tt'rnr.on he was net bvMaior ask! Hitler to back up his many; internal development program. J be the means of reconciling Helen ma, is a villa of the Bourbon: station.

in such form that he will not only Riem and' other friends i HOLIDAY statements that Germany wanted So far the United States has, and Carol. ; family. /There lives Infanta Marie! The nan .has itt awn

disclaim paternity but any relation : Prit.hal'tI'ambulanc(' was in peace by doing four things...taken no hand in the European j Ex-Queen Sophie of Greece lived Antonia. aunt of ex-King: Manuel juttification, since "hell' in

at all,_ i il. ,waiting and! ht'Va!' taken from, I Number one was to return to the 5 muddle. Roosevelt foreign policy; in Florence for years. She died of Portugal. t j Norwegian; meant "tlope" or

the rteamsiio to a Pullman! oar; Officials of the county will not! League of Nations. Number two. is one of i isolation and strict, January 14, 1932. and is buried At Palermo is one of the head., "hilland both ere in abundance .

which had been prepared for be considered! on duty Saturday I was to join with England. France) neutrality. However in any proceeding -: there her husband, ex-King Con-'' quarters of the french royalist.1 j ,in this territory."
Habana-Madrid Club him- I| afternoons during the summer and Italy in guaranteeing the!!' designed to overhaul'!i rtantine died at Palermo. Here in 1931 Henri. Count or It bat been a favorite prac.

Tomorrow Night The sufferer is beint accom-, months. This was decided upon maintenance of Austrian indepen-t;, the Versailles pact center of the 1, In Rome ex-King Alfonso of Paris, France's unofficial crown tic. in year back for English-.

1 r ani..d. on the trip to Washington this morning. denee. Number three was German' present discord we a lie almost,' Spain has taken up his residence prince, married Isabelle of Or-1 speaking tourists to stop off ,

l. FLOOR SHOWAND hv Medical Sersreant John P.' Hereafter during the summer adherence to the proposed eastern iLocarno bound! to take a hand as we were) in the sumptuous villa of the J,( leans. Last year the Duke
DANCE Robinson. cr headquarters at KevWet ; the officials will take Saturday Pact under which one of the signers and oar war opera singer. Titta Ruffo. He has 1 pretender to the French railroad ticket to tome

8 Star Acts Parracks who was designated afternoons off for the weekly all nations east of the !i Preiden1lson., helped write his family with him except ez-t i throne conferred with his followers other point, with return privilege .

Cl(I by Major Rhein. 1 half-day holiday. Germany Russia. RI'ine-'l} it. I Queen. Victoria, now in London there. *.

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PTHE LlI..h0l4 CITIZEN itp Dally rL'ULMIUKG Except Sunday&Ci.ttf'k t'0.By IMC. While me exact extent of increases in ![ TODAY'S 'WEATHER : ,11',11'I 1 KEY WEST IN PEOPLE'S; FORUM I

L. P. ARTMAN Pre-I...... appropriations for national defense have - ." DA YS GONE BY .C5Ssee..........................................

From TU Ctttsen Bulldiug Temperatures* Florida: Mostly cloudy, !rob- Happening Her Year FORMER RESIDENT TELLS OF his "dad" ball like the ,
not been determined this is written I Juat 10 | plays ;
as it I
Corner Gren and Ann Slr..tscaly Highest( .... .........,........ 00,00..00. 85 ably showers in northwest portion Ago Today A. Taken From PUBLICITY FOR KEY WEST I I '
seems sure that the expansion of all Lowest! .. .... ..... .. .......76 The Files Of The Cit himself.
Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe branches of the military service will be I Mean .. .. .. ..................80 Sfi4r- .
County. very great. Normal Mean ..... ........ .............70 :: LJ i iI Key West! Florida.Citizen !I very proud of my Island: City
Kntered at Ky West. Florida as second clan matter RainfallYesterday's I Local Cubans crowded San Carlos i I have just finished reading) home, but lately my pride has had
Congressional committees recently hall last night to join in ceelrating !
FIFTY-SIXTH: YEAR Precipitation .0 Irs John Janney's article entitled I quite a bit of jacking up. A week,
agreed tentatively on an increase of the Normal Precipitation .... .05 Ins. the birthday anniversaryof I "Recovery] Key" in the edition !
May I article about
Member .f the AsMdatrd Preu or so, -ago read an
Carlos Manuel
.. ( 1 de Cespedes the
TbU rrcwrd % .ra 24-konr atrrlodTomorrow's
la exclusively entitled to use enlisted strength of the regular Army \ i of American Magazine. To
.1.4 Associated Press k
....." t N q'elerk Iht. were. ,' anniversary of the declaration of! Key West that was.printed in a
Jr publtcatlon of all new dispatches credited t* I say that. it considerablegratification
It or not otherwise credited In film paper and al.. from 118,750 to 165,000, or approximately AlmanacSun war between the United States,' gave noticeable part of the "Washington -
the local nw published Ileru.jNATlONAL rises .................... 4>:00 a. m. is to say the least .
40 per cent. Navy plans contemplate the Sun sets ............m....... 6:51 p. m. '" 1 \ and Gonzalez Spain de and in remembrance author of of I I';Iy feelings are somewhat comparable .I Times," and a few nights agoI
EDITORIAL( ) addition of 102 warships of various typesto Moon rises ... .... ....... 8:62: p. m. ,; the between this !:I to those of a small child] was agreeably surprised! to hear
treaty country
the fleet by 1942. The establishmentof Moon !sets ................. 0:52 I : a. Partly Cloudy and Cuba which conceded the! who has just overheard a compli- |, it given considerable mention on
/ 9.J5SIR"CRIPTION Tomorrow' Tides I ment about his "mother" or that I a news broadcast over the radio.
seven powerful new air bases has also right. of the Cuban governmentover
A.M. .m'l tonight and in north portion Saturday I have been living here for

.ins Year _.... : _,_. ItATES..... been proposed. High .... .m........ 9:0) : ; not much change in t'm-I I the Isle of delivered Pines. Several local addresses railroad terminals and Mrs. Bar.1 nearly three years during which
fix Months .. ': .: ':' : ._._...==I1H: There seems to be an overwhelming Low ..._............... 3OG: 3:00!! perature. I Ii I were by bee, will leave Sunday time I have seldom missed read
Three )Months ..: :::.: :. :: : .:: ::: and visiting? Cubans and an excellent -Ia I tour through the
Un. Month .. ._ .... ......... .............._ ..11INeekly sentiment in Congress in favor of thus Barometer at 8 a. in. today: i Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I vocal and musical programwas states of ing your daily .paper. Certainly
... ........ zt Sea level 29.98. south and west. They will first attend to you and to those people, who
I. strengthening the national defense, especially Moderate westerly winds over rendered.B. << i the convention of the Knights \: like Mr. Janney have given literal

Made, known on ADVERTISING application. RATES in view of the armament race now Lowest Highe-t ; north and central )portions and I I of I' thias at DeLand and then go support, there should go a major
NOTICE 'gentle variable winds Ralph Pinder, chief of the to visit relatives in Waco, Texas. |i hare of merit for the of
SriICIAt all Station- Last Night Yesterday over extreme success
All. reading, notices, card of, thanks resolutions of going on over the world and the failureof Abilene ......... 54 7.a II II south portion and weather I I Key West Fire Department, states They will visit a number of cities I the "Rehabilitation" plan.
rhliuary etc. will tHI for
notices charged
:ppect ; at various recent arms limitation confer that the fire alarm bell will be out in that state and will be absent |I To write article of that kind
.i* rate of :0 cents a line. Atlanta ............ 56 78 partly an ,
Node's for entertainments. by churches from which !' ences to produce results. Boston ............. 44> 48 I I overcast tonight and Satur- of commission for several days from Key West for two month!' i iI 1}I.'. Janney i is certainly a friend
U l derived S
s revrnue to < are cents a line. day. ______ -I iI
The Citizen Is au open forum and Invites discussion Ever since the World War the United Buffalo .........m :U 4U( owing to worn gears found in the II I of Key beat. and surely a worth-
cf public issues and subjects of local or genera Charleston ........ 62 76 I i East Cuff: Moderate southeast mechanical equipment of the sys- The Mallory Steamer Henry n.I I' while one. The American Magazine *
tutrrtt. but It will not publish nonyroous communUutlona. States has lagged behind the other great Chicago ............ 38 42 I winds over !south portion and tem. This was the cause of the bell Mallory arriving here Saturday I II is the best of its kind, its 1

powers in naval construction, failing to Denver ............... 38 54 i I moderate to fresh southerly winds ringing continually over a periodof afternoon had on board two companies publications J are the best of their

Cuba has one entire city composed of keep our Navy anywhere near the com- Detroit ...........-. 36 51; I I over north portion. five minutes this morning. This I of United States soldiers. i! kind so how fortunate to have a
Morons. Galveston m.. .. .72 74 I happened when an attempt was I They were destined for Fort Sam : friend to give Key West that most
parative strength permitted by our treaties made to send in the regular fire Houston, Texas, not to Key West. desirable writeup.I .
Havana .....00..... 72 WEATHER CONDITIONS ::
with other nations. Our regular Army; has Huron .. ... ...00.... :J6 GO F drill call. ,I, am sure that most all of the

.., What many on the dole desire. is not always been ridiculously small, and our Jacksonville .... 62 84 Pressure continues low over One taxpayer writes; as follows': citizens would) ) like to read it. So
Kansas City .... 31. 54 ;:'Texas and New England, Browns Delegates to the annual convention -! There seems to be quite a diversion if possible I suggest that you call
work relief but- cUe{ from v tjfr pair forge is handicapped through lack 01 of the Atlantic Coastal
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'f- .! . :: their attention to it.Sincerely.yours.
ti .tfJjf. 1 modern KEY WEST ...c76 85 ville and Corpus Christi. Texas,j I of opinion as to the route of
s r ttW fighting planes. Little Rqclr l, ..' 56 82 and Eastport," Me.. 29.70 inchl's'l Association in Jacksonville j: the proposed boulevard around the i I ,
&; ;
b ,Professional reformers f1i .!prefete.rr to-do While there seems to be no immediate Lon Angeles ...... tia r?p 78 I I| ahd is moderately high in the last week returned yesterday. :I j island One faction wants i it one :I ,MARY JOHNSONELWOOD.

danger of involved Louisville .... .... .50i.. ..A.410liami ;::north Pacific and central Plains I I They state that news of the building way and anothet faction d3 1 cir Washington D. C.. ,
our becoming I
-usgoodbutfar; ; .to add "and plenty." .. States inches I : of the road from Key West : culating petition 'to have' constructed ; April'.H. 1935.
. # .00'& 70 '"': I Roseburg, Ore., 30.12 I I a t
l' M..N .''' O\,..iu 0'f In war, the world situation is such that no 'Minneapol ...... 38 k' 46: I and Dodge City Kan, ., and to the mainland was received with i another way. It seems tome 9!I. IIToday's t
'f I '' ... .. ... ....
... .t. I I great approbation. The Key West .
The doctors that alcohol contains nation can afford to become helpless; when New Orleans .m.. 68 84 Kansas City. Mo., 30.10 inches. that every public undertaking ? .o *
.: say aU others are armed to the teeth. New York ..uo" 42 5-1 i Rains and thunderstorms have oc- delegation was composed of Dr.1[ in this community starts a row!1 Horoscope
I J. Y. Senator Wm. II. Nzhone
vitamins, so it'fa'cnervating instead of .. Porter :' There is to
Pensacola 68 16 curred during the last 24 hours j only one way put overI I
Our policy should be to maintain effective .mn. I County Commissioner Brax- I I........... ............I i.II
and that
Vitalizing. Pittsburgh .00..... 42 62 : from northern Texas and Oklahoma -; I a public enterprise is to
means for national defense, and : St. Louis ........ 48 52 eastward over the lower i i;ton B. Warren, Mayor Frank H.,' do it for the best interest of the I I This is a practical person; one

resolutely determine not to be drawn into i Salt Lake City 00 42 62 I I Ohio Valley, Tennessee and western -!II j Ladd and Charles L. Roberts. The .j community. How to solve the prob- who finds pleasure in persistent!]
Kingfish has been He '' j association pledged itself to do all lem will be to have each of I'
u Long promoted. I San Francisco 52 72' Virginia being heavy in Okla- our purpose. Aggressive,
any foreign alliances which might involveus possible to have the 8om.t'timf'j
I I governmentbuild
civic bodies
13 now the emperor of Louisiana, so named hmoa Oklahoma City, 1.62 inches. appoint a committeei destructive meeting
in another European War. We have WEATHER FORECAST Temperatures have risen : the bridges over the water I i to confer with the county commissioners Etacles in life, you delight to
by his friend, Harold Ickes.It the gaps on the highway over the kl'Y'i.Anan&"ements !'. and representatives of the climb them
certainly had quite enough that sort of throughout eastern sections of I'I over holding lofty I
thing. (Till 8 p. m.. Saturday) country. and changes have been 1, several developers of that section ideals in view and constantly work-
Key West and Vicinity: Partly generally unimportant have been made !i of the island and I am sure that ; ing toward them. You are very
might be disconcerting to some elsewht're'l I for a dance and cabaret to be
1 given
!i cloudy tonight and Saturday; not' with readings near or i, a common sense discussion of theo likely to bring up children that
radio speakers if they could see how many SEVENTY YEARS AGO much change in temperature; gen- mal in most districts. next Friday evening in Arono- project will bring about a satisfactory -j, will attain to a greater success

tlials are turned when they begin.A tle to moderate winds, mostly G. S. KENNEDY, I vitz hall for the benefit of the I i! solution." |! than your own.
southeast. .1 Official in Charge.Today's Key Country Club. Norberg . ._ ._ .
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I Just 70 years ago this month thai I Thompson and Robert F. Spotts-
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distinguished aviator fell into disastrous - -- I wood head the committee on ar
i between
a struggle North and
: ......e ....................... rangements. The dance will be:
Sewer while running with his small Bon'akite. South came to an end, after four years of 1..T d ;: .1 I given under the direction of Eugene STEAMSHIP Co. ,

Airmen should stay off the ground. I hostilities, in which 359,528 Union soldiers .I : Birthdays i. : Sands and music will be fur-;: P & 0 UNITED STATES FASTMAIL

I and 133,821 Confederates lost their Anniversaries ....... ..... *..e.e.e I II nished!' by the famous Florida 01'.1 I 1 ROUTES FOR

Add people who can dish it out, butan't lives, according to the best estimates avail- I May Robson, Hollywood star I: chestra. .__ I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
able. ..............0..........:I born in Australia 70 years ago. I Effective March 18th, 1935
take it-the politicians handling Editorial Comment: Those who
1721-Roger Sherman Connec I' Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays!'!,
complain of the mischief done by
work-relief billions. Pensacola News. The Confederate losses have I'
may ticut shoemaker lawyer, jurist!, Constance Talmadge screen 12:20: P. 11.Leave J.
boy gangs be the same ones I
:Can't take it; you watch 'em. been considerably greater than stated as dne of the committee which drafted star, born jn Brooklyn, N. Y., 35 '!who refuse may to contribute to funds Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays,
1 Leave Key "West for Port Tampa Thursdays' and :
the Declaration of .
records lost. years ago.George
many were for clubs and other activities to days, 6:30 1' M I.

Hitler is squirming under the prospect The total number of Union troops en- ence born and at Newton its signer Mass., U. S.Died Senator at. Gibbs of New York start these kids on the right path.E. I I Tickets, Reservations and Information at Ticket Office Mon..1

of a severe censure by the League of Nations gaged is placed at 2,128,948 while the New Haven, July 23. 1793. t I noted consulting engineer bornin A. Barbee, manager of the I II Dock 'PL.... 71
number of Confederates is estimated 74 I I J. H. COSTAR. ....t. I
for the reich's rearmament. "No variously i Chicago, years ago. Van Noy Lunch Room at .

3 .an: 'er saw that halter draw with good I, at from 700,000 to 900000. 1772-David Ricardo Englis :I I : __ W NIIII..IIIIIII.
economist born. Died Sept. 11;: John T. Arms of Fairfield,
:Opinion of the law." When Lee surrendered to Grant at 1823. i
Conn., etcher born in Washing!\
Appomattox on April 9, 1865, it is esti- f ton D. C., -18 years ago. s

Share the wealth program may be in- mated that the North had a little more 180C-James Leffel pioneef .

h : than a million men under arms, while the Ohio iron founder, inventor, fler.ff'ctor Paul P. Harris!' of Chicago, lawyer es
Jrepreted to mean one man to earn it and of the waterwheel, bornin
originator of the Club
loafers: to divide it with him. Not much South was reduced to less than onefourthof Botetourt Co., Va. Died at movement born at Racine Rotary, Wis.,I Clean I

incentive for an honest person to acquireany that number. Springfield 0., June 11, 1800. 07 years ago. Up--Paint Up

of the world's goods. It is interesting to note in passing I I
1835-Susan Blanchard Elder Rev. Jay T. Stocking formerly
that at the close of the Civil War the Uni-
New Orleans author, poet and i of St. Louis and coming to Newton : .

Ah, for the good old days when we ted States debt was less than three billion playwright born at Ft. Jessup,I Centre, Mass, moderator of I II Fix

dollars, or about one-half as much as we La. Died Nov. 3, 1923. the Congregational and Christian Up
used to be annoyed by Senator Heflin. S
Churches born at Lisbon N. Y., :
: are spending in a single year at present in I .
Albany Evening News. Senator Huey Longis 1830-Augustus D. Juillard. 05 years ago. "
time of peace. New York textile merchant, crea- .
pinch-hitting most admirably for the : In The
Of all the armies of 70 years ago onlya tor of the musical foundation of I Rev. Dr. Harry M. Warren of s
former Alabama blow-hard. :
? few thousand survivors remain, and the name born. Died April 25, New York founder-president! of!
1919. f the Save'-a-Life League born atj I
U these are mostly men who as boys entered -- I Hudson. N. H.. 03 years ago. Better housing Program !
The police should! be qu5ck 1 to ap- f j I :i : ::*
the service late in the war, although a few .1861-John Crier JJibber) 3 ----- V.A I #
'prebendrtht; thievej jujdj bursars operating William Hawkins of New ,, /I n
who took part in several important battlesare Princeton University preside- W. A>i-'lI1t.J1: \: .J :
at the present time and J the courts born at Peoria, IIL.'Died'May 1. York City,'IScri'ps-Iloward'news- I '
should | still alive. All the high ranking offi- 193.1. "f.-"} If;) paper executive, born at Spring ) .
mote out stiff punishment. That
cers on both sides are dead. I field, Mo., 52 years ago. Give Y o Piroipefty la }
t ill put an end to. the ma auding of While the distressing times. through\: 1802-Louis H.: Pammel. low! --

criminals. State College botanist and torn" I Dr. Samuel Avery chemist, .
which we are now passing seem hard, we i pervationist, born at La Crosse!' chancellor-emeritus of the University M ,0 "1

may be thankful to have escaped the Wis. Died March 23, 1931. I of Nebraska, born at Lem- S A New Deal :
Neville Chamberlain chancellor of misery; which prevailed, especially in the 'f oille, 111., 70 years ago. S
the British advices 1879-Miller J. Huggins noted
South during the dark days of the Six- j
Helen Norris. invalid
New York baseball manager, bornin an moun- I
Great Britain has a bank balance of tArrange
ties. Cincinnati. Died Sept. 25, tain girl living near Medford, r
927,000,000.> Of course, no account was 1929. Ore., has written several radio

:taken of the repudiated debts owed Uncle TYDINGS PLEADS FOR SANITY plays which have been producedby (
Sam. haven't Subscribe to The Citizen. western stations. .
Toyoboy, we l learned some-

thing, but what price education. ----.--- ---- "
Certainly there is no element of poli- I r--

tical partisanship involved when a "regular" '

Long wants to get his claws on all Democrat like Senator Tydings of
; a loan at your bank under the Federal
Federal relief funds allocated to Louisiana, Maryland stands up and pleads with the Your Opportunity i ,

and Secretary Ickes is vigorously opposinghis Administration to cease experimenting Housing Act on easy monthly terms

efforts. A representative from the ; with "alphabetical monstrosities" and the > o 5'
Now is the time to modernize your home and
state characterizes Long's latest 1 i "philosophy of scarcity." That is what S
to make such improvements to your property as pray
hill as "harmless and adroitly written it is I
; the his '
Maryland Senator did, and appeal S
be needful or desirable before 'costs advance too S
very mild-all it does is declare war on commanded instant attention. Don't Wait For MaterialsTo
the much. .
United States. Industry U suffering from these un f
certainties Senator Tydings said and he See us about the U. S. Government plan old Advance In Price S

Certainly no president of the United I predicted that "unless we do an about-face long term modernization, loans. .

States did more for labor than Franklin and get back to sanity, we are going to .

J). Roosevelt and to be stigmatized as rue the day of these experim.ents." Enjoy the benefits while you pay. I II

-"labor's public enemy number one" is do- Justified criticism of all this inter S

aug the president a grave injustice. Not >K ference with private industry is not con. I The First National Bank ot Key West t Your home is worthy: of the best" .

laboring man, but Heywood Broun, the fined to any one political party. Sentiment -

-communistic! columnist, is guilty of the is i mounting against present experiments Member of the Federal Reserve South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

:flippant remark. An apology to the president and against undertaking any new .

is in order and has been asked by the ones, such as the 30-hour week, the Wagner Member of the Federal. Deposit l Insurance Cow Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets .

executive council of the Newspaper Guild, Labor Disputes bill, and other threatsto YOUR BANK .a

_pf which oddly enough Broun is the president the American system of individual. and ,.... ....................................................e.................:
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1783-Cessation of hostilitieswith I i
Britain announced to American MALE POINTER DOG, white BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

GARAGE TAKES FIRST GAME I MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE OUT- Army of the Revolution eight with one black ear. Last seen on Hour, Day or: Week. Repairall

years to a day from first battle' Frances!' street near Southard. makes and paint them with

FROM ARMY; LOSES SECOND LINES PROGRAM TO BE CAR. of Lexington and Concord. Finder call 75 or 8 0.W. Nu-Enamel. We carry a full
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................................................. TO LIGHTHOUSE AGGREGATION 1881-Died Benjamin Dislaeli. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And .

CARDS SHUTOUT |I I! ERCISES Lord Beaconsfied, English ROOMS sell them as low as $5.00

DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF UNKS Ii I. I statesman, aged 76. This day : I down and $1.00 per week. We

I .- }known annually in England as: Buy and Sell all makes of used

CUBS; MEDWICK . (\ The Interdenominational ) Primrose! Day in his honor. I 'THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled Bicycles. Phone 276. J. P..
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I.,terial Alliance of colored IiniS-1 in price and location. 515 Duval
Stowers ,
((By GRAVY) I The Social I Qiamondball League company
ters of Key West will hold 1882-Died-Charles Darwin 128 NE 4th Street, Miami Fla. apr9-tf
HOMER street.
KNOCKS .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .- ........................................ played two games last night. The morning services at Nelson Eng English originator of the theory of apr4-16tx
There were only two foursomes ;i and in combination. Today Charlie Garage ten split a doubleheat'er.' dish Park, beginning at 5 a. m. This evolution j aged 73. FOR SALE

on the course yesterday afternoon'' and Tim do not feel their oats, In the first game they defeatedthe morning services' were held commemorating -II| }J006-Killed in accident in PIAWO TUNING

BROACA PITCHES YANKEES but a lot of ragtail two. three and they have just a bit of bran left Army by a score of 12 to 3. Good Friday, at Bethel Pari<--Prof. Curie joint discoverer PRINTING-Quality Printing at
TO VICTORY OVER RED SOX one five crowd batting a small I I Because they weren't the men The Soldiers scored one run in A. M. E. Church. I with his wife of radium. PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo the Lowest Prices. The Art

white ball (to the uninitiated it'they thought they were. However, Preceding the services Sunday, reno. Excellent piano for sale man Press. aug7
IN INTERESTING GAME; TI. looks like a lot of foolishness) the five boys just mentioned bad the first inning and held the lead an Easter parade will be t'onduct-I will be delivered by the Rev. A. T. cheap. 1018 Division street.

CERS DOWN WHITE SOX I after they become a neophyte! more fun than anyone else on the until the fifth frame, when the ed, starting at Trinity Church at I McCaskill! president of the alliance mar20-lmo OLD PAPERS FUR SALE-Two

I they play, talk, eat and sleep the course because Tim was cussingthe :Mechanics scored five runs and I Petronia street. The parade will with the Rev. H. R. Hill, re- bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of

game). Some of the boys were ab- dry grass, Charlie cussing the from then on scored at will continue down Division; street to I cording secretary, as the alter-I fice. octlG

I sent for one reason or another!I soft dirt. Willie cussing his ball. Hill Thomas, and then to Nelson Eng- i nate. Other officers of the alliance WANTED
and Lewis hit homers.
/ ttiweUI < Tit ritUva) | 1
that is some had to attend to! Morgan cussing the sand spurs in lish Park. Easter hymns: will be p are the following colored minis I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500
The batters andS.
NEW YORK} April 19.-Th leading were F.
St. Louis Cardinals, champions, business and others were practic-j j* the rough and Russell cussing the Caraballo and Hill, with three sung as the procession movesalong i ters: George W. Allen, chaplain;I WANTED chance to bid on sheets $1.25. The Artman

fhutout the Chicago Cubs 1 to 0. ing the Holy Religion but here are golf course in general. The reason hits each in four tries. the streets. I Ii Ie. J. Xeely. treasurer and :M.1 j your next printing order The Press, Citizen Building.

I'aul Dean assisted by Joe Med- the results of those who were on for all this seems that each In the field the leaders were j The Easter morning message Millerson! corresponding secretary. Artman Press. aug7 jun27tf

deck. thought they oughta have pars on _. _
Lewis and Gabriel. i _
wick, conquered the Chicagoans.for -- --- ------- ----- -- -- -- 'd u
hole. ..betterleave thatto
the first of the forty victories'' every Ecore by innings: R. II. E.
As usual, Sam Harris was the Lopez, Stowers and Sawyer,
promised for this season by the Garage .... 005 042 1-12 16 3
speaking member of the Dean first man through playing and boys! Army ...... 100 101 0- 378 -
this morning he feels ever so much I '
clan, Brother Dizzy. Medwick Batteries: Jolly and Castro;

knocked a home run, bringing victory better and not one word has he I Louis Pierce and Josie Lopez Ortega B. Powell and Kulas. I

to his club. Slightly Daffy paid about giving up the game? !| were playing against each other Summary; Errors: Kulas 3, N.P-J! .. FIRMS
this know it's
? You
Paul Dean gave up eight hits, to Why all might (maybe?). dine, Jones<<: 2: Wells, :\ ,

only five'allowed I by Larry French, because he was. on the winningsde. Caraballo, Ranaw, D. Iora"I"I r
It that Samuel lIarris I r"
but when things looked threatening ., how- runs: Lewis, Hill] :
'tock his old Louis Cruick- The four horsemen were alignedas
he had the Cubs striking out partner hits;, Kolas, D. Powell,,.\Villinje,
The Phillies triumphed over the shank and "together they: put the follows: Strunk and Doc Kemp Jolly,,Castro: F. Caraballo;, $struck ""'-- Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Melvin Russell and
skids under Cookie Mesa and I against ; .
D6 V score' 6f 10 to' tt: bases balls off .
Kirschenbaum. It that this .
Charlie Salas and got lots of revenge seems ,:
IolphCanluli hit two of'the. }honi- Jolly 2; double plays: Gabriel to
that ignominious defeat match broke all even becauseit
ers made tiy) the Phillies.-iv th one : up Wells Lewis to Wells; time of
of lasi week. When the was tied on the last hole. Alsoit
game was
John Moore. Linus Sam 1:30 Mixon end I
by Frey, game: ; umpires:
Sam Cruickshank and Louis seems Kirschy was in a very BARBECUED
Leslie! and Buzz Boyle were circuit Bethel.In I DO YOU
Harris had beaten Cookie Salas good humor for some reason or
clouters for Brooklyn.The I I I SANDWICHES I THIS SPACki
and Charlie Mesa by the score of I another and of course the radiance i MARINE CURIOS
Detroit Tigers defeated the the second game the Lighthouse Prepared the Old-Fashioned
five up. (This score was handedin I from Kirsch's countenance spread NEED MONEY?
White Sox 5 to 4. Bridges twirledfor ten defeated the Garage with all the trimming SOUVENIRS
all around which madeall way
if it Ls good cheer
Detroit allowing twelve hits, by someone else, so boys by the football score of 10to. ( SANDWICHES of all kind

one of them a homer by Radcliff. slightly awry don't blame me.) I the other guys happy. I should .15. It was a game full of We in OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 I Insertions
match all except Eddie. It i is true buy anything
Sam said he was playing say
The Senators turned back the (; ; thrills from start to finish and it lOc 35c and Films
play yesterday, being never up, that Eddie had the best score but GOLD-Watches Chains
Mackmen, G to 5. Although Jimmie see-sawed until the last frame' TO
Foxx made his second home run in never in, and he admits that on also true that as usual Eddie had when the Beacon boys put over the Pins Rings and Dental I COLD BEER Diamonds, Watches and
several occasions he far to put out the shekels. Strunk saysthat ,
was so up
the Athletics could J
days, needed two to win. e
as many ( runs
these times he is Wine, Soda, Etc. wry.
he couldn't get in after hitting some Bridge Work.Florida .
not match Washington's early The: Garage/ ten scored five runs
1 going to sit down and try to fig- Watch and Jewelry
'the where
ball strokes back to
spurt, and consequently lost the in the first inning, and the Beacon PAY US A VISIT
i he came from. But as stated be- ure out why it is that he always Repairing
contest. eight tallies. The Gold Refiners
boys pushed over "W Greet You With a Smile"ART'S
wins is
loses. Even when he he
fore, the Postmaster is happy and
The Cincinnati Reds licked the Mechanics scored two more in the

Pirates for the second time, with has a kind word for all. }lout Kemp money keeps and the he says score that and Willie that- seconJT and the boys from No. 1 604 Duval St. Phone 347 BAR-B-QUE FRANK JOHNSON 3.00

9 4. The Reds | in the
the score reading to Building scored two more
Old Sands took Bascom the next time he is going to keep : U. S. Govt. Permit Division and Simonton St*.
merged eight hits in the fifth and Bye on third. The Garage: outfit sent : Colonial Hotel Bldg.
and knows he will win. -NO -
: Grooms and between a battle of score he
ruth rounds to clinch the game. two more runners across the home
The New York Yankees downedthe words, wits and clubs, the Duke Melvin had on his golf shoes because plate in the fourth frame.
of Rock Sound overcame the abili- he knocked off a 42 on one HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Boston Red Sox 4 to 0 behind The Beacon ten put over threein SELECT SEA FOODSREAD-
ties of the Count of Valdosta round but couldn't keep it up.
the steady eight-hit pitching of the fourth and one in the fifth INSURANCE
I he and Willie finished tie- JewfUn, 2 lbs. .. 3Se
(Ga.) and Atwood is also happyithis Seems
Broaca, starting his first The then stood 14
Johnny a. m.Curry I tie on the medal score. It goes inning. score Yellowtail, Steak, 2 lb.. 35c THE KEY WEST : A
full major leaguer. favor of the
reason as a without saying that Johnny Cher- to 9 in Lighthouse. Yellowtail on Bone 2 lb.. 2Sc
The summaries: crew. The Garage boys came to Office: 319 Duval. Street'
Harris (ex-musketeer rytree has all that soft dirt in Grouper, 2 lb.. 2Sc

Philadelphia NATIONAL LEAGUEAt R. II. E.I chaser). "Daddy" Berlin Sawyerand I front of numbers three, six and bat going and into shoved the lead over by six one runs run.,I Snapper lb.. ..._- 25c SUNDAY STAR _
did Mutton 2 Ibi. 25c
...... ... "Mud\ Horse" Bob Stowers eight figured out. If not, why Fish -
Brooklyn ..._..... 9 11 1 The Beacon aggregation came TELEPHONE NO. 1
Philadelphia: ....._.............10 16 21 had lots of fun. J. R. giving: the he hit and stick in said dirt and back to score two runs and win the Large Select Oyster
Batteries Leonard. Logan and razzledazzle to Berlin and said then give off a few remarks about ball FRESH SHRIMP Subscription $2 Per Year
: I game.
tonsorial artist with the bum weather men in Key West Try Your MtaU. AtDelmonlco
Lopez; Collins, Johnson, Pezzullo, retaliating At bat the leaders were, F. GROUND GREEN Key West's Only Sunday -THE-
radios who can't make it rain and help
how bum
Davis and Todd. Caraballo. for the Garage, who hit TURTLE MEAT I Restaurant f
sound but not half as bad as the out a fellow. Kirsch admits that Paper
four safely in four tries; Stanley,
At Pittsburgh R. II. game of a Duval street merchant. had the grass! been growing his for the Beacon ten, who hit a Kingfuh Mackerel Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY. Budweiter Be.r .__...__ 15.

Cincinnati ........n ...--...... 9 14 FHI i During this time Curry was trying ball would have gone up to the triple. a double and a !single in FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Six Court Dinner
Pittsburgh .....m_ -.....-...- 492 I Ito'!I break par and having a bit of scup!i and down in one more shotinstt'ad I five times up. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building ------
of that extra stroke he SOc 75e, sad 8S
words ;
words, ,
Batteries: Hollingsworth, Hermann I trouble on acount of Score by innings: R. H. E. PHONE 51 ----------

Frey and Campbell; Weaver -;:5 words, ad infinite um. had to take. When the grass does Garage 520 200 G-15 20 7 PHONE 151
those soft of
Salveson. Birkofer, O borne, I grow places Lighthouse 802 310 2-16 16 2
Smith and Padden.At i Charlie Ketchum and Tim Pitt. Johnny complains and his ball hits Batteries: Jolly, Gabriel. Lewis DELICIOUS
man, both feeling their oats got I and skids across the green, then Demeritt andF. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
Mora and Castro;
i' brave and said they would take on I the weather men are going to enquire I CAKES and PASTRIES
Chicago R. II. E. wouldn't like to havea Stickney. To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,

St. Louis ..... .__............... 1 5 1 Willie Watkins, Arthur Morgan I if he Summary: Home run: Gabriel; and NOVELTIES at

Chicago ....... ................_. 080 !t I and Russell Kerr all at one time little dry spell. three. base hit: Stanley_ ; two. base. STAR, lb 25c;
Batteries: P. Dean and Davis; -- -- ---- - - : hits: Dion, Cerezo, Demeritt, Stanley THOMPSON'S FREE !LARGO, Ib 18cj;

French and Hartnett. 1 1t Lewin Castro; stolen bases: < MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., lb .
-- DIAMONDBALL SINGLE CONTEST BY Dion. Cerezo, Hill; time of game: <

New York at Boston, postponed 2:00; umpires: Mixon and Lopez. I OVER-SEAS 324 Margaret S.troot. Jr At Your LocallGrocery t

cold weather. Things that your friends will Store
GAME GAMESJTODAY Transportation Co., Inc. appreciate. Come in and !seethem. - ---- .

AMERICAN LEAGUE J t } .,.. Roasted in'K.W.el,.,, y
i ' i \ i 00'7 FAST and RELIABLE g J. \

Boston rt New. .York..... ............. R.0 If.8 E.0 LOPEZ FUNERAL HOMERS TO RECREATION TEN WILL MEET Cleveland AMERICAN at St. LEAGUE LouisJ'1BOl' .;;;(LReahyto-Sen.,; \ : Cakes i" DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE Your will 1 next be much more. jtco:} ? s-. 'STAR COFFEE. MILL. '

1'jf\f York . _. ...... ... 470 I I ': Washington. I I .'f .n..lP.'I..r..lw&,.. .. ....; ... For Information if ner baked and served" in bar i 12 Greene' 'Street :J
',lotteries: Ostermueller. Welch. MEET-BUSY BEE ACt Philadelphia at NwYork.:, >ii > Maloney & Peacock f 'IIII
Heart Sea '
Giant Scallop or : "
PHONE 269 M :
: *' e ., -. V* ' -
Pip -ras and R. Ferret; Brt>tca/aAl I!r \ GREGATJprj J.f (Only gamer scheduled.) .1 PHONE 818 : Shells. ,
Dkkey. I li.J j ,v, '; 'i ;il i r. I JAS. D. BAILEY Agent I

Al Washington R. II. E. St. Louis at Pittsburgh.

Philadelphia .._ ......... 510 0 (By JOVE) (By JOVE) I I Cincinnati at Chicago. DINE AT THE Birds Animals Fish PRITCHARD ROSES
Funeral There are two more games
Washington .... ......... .... C 11 1 Tonight the Lopez I New York at Philadelphia.
Batteries: Marcum WiIhereI; ) Home ten will cross bats with the to be played in the Social Dia- Brooklyn at Boston, two games. PLAZA RESTAURANT MOUNTED

Lieber and Foxx; Hadley, Links Busy Bees and., if the Red Devils mondball League. FUNERAL HOME FLORAL PIECES A

Pettit and Bolton. 'I win they wilt be tied for first The Recreation Department ten The baby daughter of Representative I f you are accustomed todining CECIL GRAY SPECIALTY
-- will the outfit and Mrs. J. W. Mott ol f
play Army at Bay- SympatheticCourtaiy
E. place with the Bakers. child born to t at home, you will f. Dignified
At Detroit R. H. Oregon is the first
I view Park this afternoon. U1 TAXIDERMIST
Chicago ..................... _. 4 12 0 However, should the Embalmers i If the Soldiers win they will Congressional family during th THE PLAZA novel and PLANTS and VINES

Detroit ............. .._... 5 13 0 lose! tonight's contest, it will present joyabl experience
have taken the first-half of the J .1
Batteries Tietje, Vance and give the Breadmen a two-game schedule. 1:' they lose, the league Fine Work At ReasonUCENSED EMBALMER>
Sewell; Bridges and Cochrane. lead with only two more tilts to will be thrown into a threewaytie. BREAKFAST SOUTH FLORIDA

play.In. LUNCHEON Ambnlaac S.rvk.
session.'S able Price '
Cleveland at St. Louis,
that the Lopez boys will Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock I
ed, cold weather.LEAGUESTANDINGS. p01ltpon-1 case SUPPER NURSERY
j the Administration ten plays the
have to go to victory over the: 624 Front Street LADY ATTENDANT
1 j Recreation boys for the last gameof
Bees in the last two contests in the first half. I PLAZA RESTAURANT PHONE 597

I order to tie thE.'nfor first place Standing of the league: 505 DuT l l..Street KEY WEST, FLA. Phone SX8 Never EU.p

in Club- W. L. Pet. I
and have a chance to compete

AMERICAN LEAGUE for second-half honors.! Army.... ..m....?......... 6 2 JfeSP CIGAR STORE AARON McCONNELL

Club- W. 1. Pet. a play-off Garage .__.........._...._... 6 3 .GC7 Our Reputation is Wrap.

Washington .. ....._..2 0 1.000 I The Embalmers are first-half! win Lighthouse ................ C 3 .667 -0- 536 Fleming Street .JOHN C. PARK

Cleveland .... .......... 1 0 1.000 Administration ......_.__ 4 4 J$:>00 ped i in every packageof -

Boston ....... ........ ...... 2 1 .667 ners.The batteries for tonight's! !game Recreation ..._......_....... 3 4 .285.. Daily Baseball Returns l

Chicago ..................1 1 .500 will be Lunn and Ingraham fertile I Tb. 328 SIMONTON ST. ."

Detroit ......._ _.... 1 1 .500 Red Devils, and Gates and M. Ace-I By.Wire Watch ..

New York .. .... 1 2 .333 vedo for the Bakers. I KEY WESTCOLONIAL to, PRINTINGDONE

St. Louis ..... ...... . 0 1 .000 A large crowd of fans is ex-, HOTELIn -0- BY US PLUMBINGDURO :;., ._ ;i. )

Philadelphia .... ........ 0 2 .000 pected to be in attendance tonight COME IN AND GET THE ,

I and an interesting and hard. the Center of the Business RESULTS. OF THE WATCHMAKER JEWELER -THE- ...

NATIONAL LEAGUE fought game is anticipated. and Theater District MAJOR BASEBALL ..

Boston.. ... .......... 1 0 1.000 BENJAMIN LOPEZ First C"'I-Fir.Ptoo" LEAGUES See Him For Your Next Wort ARTMAN PRESS .

Cincinnati ..-...... ___. 21 .667 I S.MtoU Rate -0- ALL PRICES REDUCED PLUMBING. SUPPLIES

Brooklyn ... ......__...... 1 1 .500 FUNERAL. HOME CIGARETTES s Citizen Bid*.
Chicago ...-.. ....h........ 1 1 .500 Established 49 Year I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI CIGARS HOUMI 9 to 12-1 U 6 PHONE SI PHONE 348 ;

St. Louis .................... 1 1 .500 Key W.*,'. SOFT DRINKS, Ope. Saturday Nights

Philadelphia .....---__. 1 1 .500 24-Ho.r 5.rvle. Carat. El.v.t.r, ETC. '., .

Pittsburgh .-........._..... 1 2 .33:$ Licenced Emkalmer I Popular PricM 1

New York ......._._ 0 1 .000 ...... U. Night etw -- - .


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CUBA BRINGS I e .ss.SCO.: S CCC 5 5 S S S S" await the breaking of the new

I GREHT RICHES I LOOKING FORWARDa ay. Different temperaments,

{ :-: SOCIETY [At The Stores TO nd in different moods; from

__ ;y/fl4frL 1/owe fa.ghs.c. : : 70 PASSENGERS' 1 EASTER MORN I every condition of life. Sorrows

will be turned into Discouragements
SeI S SI S ....
# (By E. Richard Evans
BYNOrSiS: UucK to ;v.n/l>o lj/'. before his marriage James sat longon ) into assurances, and

./atif/action li New Concord. Ka*.. the broad low steps of the front I Miss L.: Steamship Cuba, of the P. and HUB MEN'S .SSSSSSSSSSSC..S..S.SSSS the bewildered<< will find their
",.ibl. excepting/ kit oven and Sawyer Leads In DEPARTMENTMen's
: 11 arrisJames SCimJon III eranda between the white Corin- O. S. S. company, arrived yesterday -I department of The Hub Day by day as we follow faithful -, feet turning unto the new way.
A iidI 'lmjel/ engaged/ la Jam t hlan pillars and brooded over the Even those who doubt will
from Havana with 53.: first now
XorlArnp. Janaa wealffty, foUerIt Store offers many bargains tomen through the Lenten season
*-'* on bnyiisg Hem a "!)tUG end morrow. lie had Just returned from Church Contest For Queen class passengers and nine second I and in know that the Son of God is: risen
men high hearts
I young quality
Irtting Jam decoraf it .11.0w/lA he elaborate church rehearsal. are being prepared for! from the dead.
West five first and
class for
Jame prefers to live tit I*. ataIe1iStft'4an Key ; i suits and other merchandise. he ] .
wwm.1_ m 1k. .4g. ttown. It was very late but tired as bewas. -- three second class for Tampa. 1 I beauty of the Easter morn.)
Ja... t a fe a a fcim to tank be felt desire for sleep. A advertisement was especially -
through the ftovK trr.. she ft usfUUAed In the contest row being: conducted First count was announced >es-I The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock I I I written for those men who Accordingly as our souls have;
weariness '
with H. and James IM-it: great depression. an utter r tcrday afternoon Miss Louise i for Tampa with }7 passengers! and '' i been in a receptive mood shall the
It *o atf/u *. l Ketchum as follows: : Miss Sawyer ;freight. ?" v I j -Easter outfit. fullness of
an old man of the sea and refusedto L of the Melh.jJ;; churches: : I : These last-minute interpretation come-
I 964 votes>>; Miss Thompson, Tanker I! C/Whita, .Wound from I E prices the lowest/this GROCERY AND MEAT f
Chapter 23 be dislodged. Doubts and queso f Key West, Miss Los; Sawyers are reason.jRcad upon us, fitting us for worship as
ions which bad pursued him at Intervals 708 votes; Miss Matcovitch, 221 I Tampa to TaiMpic Jv7; Mexico and the advertisement before
i the leading contestant for the I we gather"'in the dawn of Easter
RED CARPET Hamburg arrivedJn MARKETAfter I
votes. 'Germany :
for months now crowded ; f. : shopping and save the difference.

TAMES kissed Jane and told tier about him Jeering and mocking.lie honor of being Queen. The contest. for queen will be port this morning and tpok on 41-. Sunday '

J was not thinking of Leslie. lie There are three young ladies in !]I I carried on' until C ro'clock on t.heI I 422 gallons ot fuel (A! ai the Por LEWINSKY'S SALE As the sun in its glory rises tot i making weekly
wonder. lie tried then up your
she was a I
had hardly thought of Leslie for along the race: Miss Sawyer. Miss Edna I evening of April 29, at'which t!mr tfrDodrmrany:-- I t. Pre-Easter Sale at Lewinsky's open' andYj-overn: the day so tohose Grocery and I Meat list call

to appear enthusiastic. lie agreed l time. It was marriage and Its I Mae Thompson an-1 Miss\ Roberta I|: the final count will be made and GeorgV !Ml'W: iMer,>cMef: engineer -i Men's Shop on men's and boys'a who ,are spiritually minded BAKER'S

that the plentitude of gleaming pol foreverness at which a' a'out clothing has attracted greater light shall GROCERY phone
overwhelming Matcovitch. Each of these nave the winner declared. of the vessel, was, 15 i come out of

made delightful golden he rebelled. With his bead against : l with the attention during the few the East, revealing life to in 603); and pet<< the best cuts of
Isbed oak a large number of friends: who are !! The winner will be crowned years ago, an engineer past us

(low. though he thought It dreadful a white pillar he closed his eyes and orking indefatigably for their j jchoen I i with elaborate ceremonies to be P. and O. S. company and knows! I I weeks and scores of new suits have full glory governing the humble meat, finest Quality Groceries,

prayed long and fervently that be I I number in West. been sold at the 2 for 1 spirit throughout life's anti Vegetables and Fruits and
Later. when Jane bad forgiven candidate, and as the daysj: !|I staged in connection with the May a of people Key price. day, f

him and was discussing furnitureand might prove a better husband than pass their canvass grows more and j i j I Festival to be held May\ 1 at Bay- I I New shipments of merchandise sustaining us as we approach the select Poultry at LOWEST

color schemes. be even essayeda a lover and make Jane happy. lie more exciting. j I|, view Park.Research. Mrs.\ Richard E. Byrd will meet I have been added to the stock, all shadow of the evening of life. PRICES.
vowed that she should never never
few tentative suggestions about her explorer husband in New I of.which have been placed at sale From the four corners of the
that be bad rebelled at givingup . liENS AND
guess FRYERS
--- - - -- - -- ----- ----
his preferences. his freedom. Zealand upon his return there p rices. city our people hall come early to

"I'd like my den papered In red. Very wearily he rose and went Miss Helen Remsen Council I from the Anarctic. SPECIAL MEAT PRICESA I Pork Hams Pork Shoulder

be said."And a rich red carpet would to bed. It because be I Smoked Hams
Returning "Home"Miss Transferred/ Here decided increase in sales at
look like a million dollars on tbe tired that he felt LEGALS
was so depressed. I Spring Lamb Nice Veal
the Duval Meat Market has been
stairs. There bad been an unholy lot of Miet.k-Liuba.1 t 1 I
noted during! / the past several ,.
Helen Ren\en
Jane laughed. -This Is woman's parties. Jane herself was on the spent Commodore von I.KCll. MJTICKNOTH'K :

work. she countered airily. "bun brink of flying to pieces.and no wont I he winter in Key West and left II. D. W., President of the Ocean- I I weeks by Rivero and Son. pro- I, . I WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY
: is h"r..hKlv..n that th.un.i.rsigncd prietors. Additional business has
go bothering your blessed old bead der. I'erbaps even now she was lying I several ographic Research Council, announces I MORNINGS
weeks her home
ago for : I will apply tit TheIxKislatnre been attributed to the low i 35'1
worrying about something of which awake. as unhappy as be was.For I 1 that the council is being of the State of .Florida !prices -STEARNSKsTE:
in Rye N. Y. likes Key West sol! advertised
know nothlng.A ." one wad glad moment James I at the regular Sesxion of naiilKixlalure on meats in The Citizen : -
you transferred to Key \West most of Phone 695 Free Delivery
l now liriiiK held in
day or two later at an evening planned to flv straight to her and I well she will return for another]! the important files having arrived :the jiear A. It, USi= Jorlli iass.e weekly on Fridays. : .t82ZFIcthi.a. treet4.

party in their honor. James over beg to have the wedding that was to month. !| already., -lie.has been .the .conir' i-ta local ,or vi-1al..m: | approving. Many housewives have realized : (. )
them both t. ratifiinK.. validating and ronfirmtni that by buying at advertised pricesattractive .
engulf put off until they Buck Jones-Vera Reynolds-
heard Jane laughing contemptuously While in Key West she was the I Iguest mod ore and executive officer,,of I ; the action of the Hoard of -

over: hIs "alleged taste." were both a tittle more certain. Cut this organization since July.I, r nnty royjjin.syion.-\ !f ,H'" MonroeTounty. savings can_be made. THE LONE RIDER I I
Mr.\ and Mrs. Roland
of .
I Florida laken
of course this was madness. Jane l bY rrsolufion.
"Would you believe It." Jane went 933. Last because pf. a I Josephine anti II '
year ,
declaring :
an in '
.'IH "
loved him and be loved her LEGALSIN -7
Weatherford. Jr. and! after ,
being .
1r i
on. "James wants the entire downstairs nervous breakdown. hqns, forced KM lit tC"Inty.aliing on the'iovar-;
.ceilings. walls. Doors papered When be finally slept he dreamed here but a short time had gained to ,Abandon the work I ni,r t>f Florida for assistance, anilxurrendvriliK : ---- --- - ----- -- THE RIGHT TO LIVE t :
fitfully of the first James and of I temporarily.1 I to the Iuv rrifnr all Tin: cinci IT runiT OF wIts NEVERBEFORE
and painted and carpeted in bright Sarah. his wife whom be had loved a wide circle of friends who will Since most of the oceanographic I Ir cal: ( powers of the officers of naid TUKM-IKTII Jl IIUIAI f'IIIfI'IT Matinee: Balcony. lOc; O 1
IK TillNTATK' OK Fl.OltIII hl"I'
Turkey red And bolts and bars on !County in order that he may aelminl..l..r tra 15-20c i I
and cherished so tenderly. They regarded be waiting to welcome her back. I research is carried on aboard(: the affairs of the *ai all the doors. lie thinks the
only use I with in New I: otinty; and CIIAM-KHV.: : .
him pitifully and whispered ships, headquarters approving ratifying,
for a door Is to slam it and bolt It." Her letters describing Key West!! II I I talidatintc and confirming the action J. Merrill Adams I
together but would not come close York. it is possible to transfer
You might feed him red meat: entertainingly intriguing):. I' of the Covernor of Florida inoKiiixlnf Plaintiff. SUCH A
and take his outstretched hand no were so operations to the fertile field o'f I e.- aid emergency"' his aceptanoe vs. I'.reeIo.ure of l.lrm .f I
through tbe bars. Sam Fletcher that her mother and remained (" of the responsibility. tendered Tan Sale C.rtttle.Ie.fiuizateth I :
matter how hard be pled. But it was came Key West.The DUVAL SMOOTH
suggested I by said resolution and all II. Gwnne. SHAVING BLADE
"Yes. doubtless It will go with his I not his grandmother who turned and 1 for a while with Mr. and I council is not connected iikadtrn ami thiiiK" dOllC'. undertaken a widow
looked at him for a moment with I I performed. suffered Defendant. MEAT MARKET
or omitl at this
:Mrs. Weatherford. I with any government agency but low price!
aura.Jane laughed. Everyone i | t.- I by the Governor: of Florida un ORDER OF l' :-'
laughed except Leslie Harris who tender suffering eyes and thec In her letter Miss Remsen IK composed of independent naval 'der said renoliilion. appearing by the affidavit of

was seated on a cushion on the floor. vanished but Leslie Harris. i iHE says that she does not like her. scientists who are conductingtheir l Pal..tI l this Uth day .,f April. A. J. Merrill Adams ,plaintiff which said in the affidavit Duval at Petronia i Streets '
P. IS31.aprl9U:: above styled cause PHONE
"The loveliest house I've ever I old home Rye, quite as much as' work on their own initiative. AKTIICr UUMBZ. I I has been duly filed in said 479.J _
been In Is the Haskells In Fort wakened to find Aunt Sarah in cause, that the said affiant believes WEEK END SPECIALS 5!
!she does Key West and she isl Possibly by next fall a full scientific I
long white wrapper and curl I that Elizabeth II. tiwynne. a widowthe .
Leavenwortb.Le&lIe said quickly coming "home" to spend another staff may operate out of I.KIM: :so'rlvu: I defendant in the above styled
papers bending over him. "What Is
"You know Mrs. Haskell was one of I West cause, is a resident of a State or: mUSKET STEW, I
the YVhitneys from New York. She It? Are you sick?"" she asked anx r vey iindrr-iiKned:XoTICK i ill hereby will Klven; that the, country other than the State of tb ...._.....h ...._........ 14ct
lously. "You cried out as If were apply to The Florida, namely, the State of Virginia t .
you -- - -- ------- - -- I ;
made the house over inside and she -- - --- Ix-Kiftlature of the State of "Florida. and that the residence of the GROUND BEEF ,

has a crimson carpet on the stairway In terrible pain. ................................................. at the. regular Session of said said defendant Klizabeth II.Uwynne Ib -----------C iuatt
James found himself still wracked frf-Kiiilalure now beingheld! in this I Ithe as particularly as is
The walls are white and there year A. l II. 1:1: :33.::; for the paKKase: known to said affiant is 413 West.
with sobs. "Nothing. he out "I :UAR MEAT
la an Iron balustrade. I thought It got PERSONAL MENTION of a local or special: bill approving, York Street City of Norfolk. Stateof STEW, 20c I _

. rye been dreaming. . a nightmare ratifying, ,'alitlatlnan.1 confirinng Virginia. and that there is no Ib ..........._................. I'a
was beautiful And it must be as It's .. .... .. ............... ... .
..... ..... ........... > the action .r the City Council I person in the State of Florida the .
been pictured in 'House and Garden. of the City of Key West, .'PW\NKFURTERS. '
a municipal service of a subpoena upon whom 35cII
Mrs. Haskell says crimson Is the "James dear you haven't been I "iVillard S. Russell senior patroll' George Pierce who was visiting I corporation of "Florida taken would hind said defendant Elizabeth 2 lbs. ........ .... . I _
richest colpr there Is." yourself for weeks. Aren't you hap i inspector of the United States on the east coast returned by resolution declaring an emergency II. {tw'nne. Further that said
pyDon't you want to be married!"' in said Oty. railing onthe affiant believes that the age of the II RIBROASTtb : : : ::
Haskell Is red headed her ** i immigration forces in Key West'! yesterday. Governor of Florida for anxixtance. said defendant Klizabeth It. __ 20c

self; that may account for it Well, No"l I Ia l left yesterday afternoon on a and surrendering" to the ;overnor lAw,nne. l.i over twenty-one years.It I
; Miss Sarah sat down abruptly on all legal powers of the offi is therefore ordered that I-'liza- KIDNEY
everyone to his taste. And taste Is \ business visit to Mtami. Mr. and MJrs.\ ) F. Cold, who were I ..t'rK..f said ('it,. in ..rcJl'. .' that .beth II. widow, the defendant CHOPS 25c .
never arguable Is It?" Jane asked convenient chair.011.. my darling" I I. spending a few weeks in Key 'he may adminiHter the 'affairs in'jwynne tbe above a styled cause-, tb ........_......._.,........... II I _' '
boy this Is horrible . horrible. I..r the said City; and aii'r'iflgrstlfstng. be and she Is hereby required to I '
frigidly. : I appear ROAST nEE" "CENTUMEN
J. Curtis assistant acting West with relatives. left yester- q.- :
she whispered. Gerry :, validating and
I confirming to the bill of complaint I in said 26c
"Yes.said Leslie flatly. "1 think; James said nothing. "Out don't i FERA administrator, who was day afternoon for the home in I the action of the Covrrnor; of i cause on Monday, the 3rd day of Ib ...........0..._..'...._...... i iI /Q During the put few
a good many of us might argue i II Florida in recognizing: sId emer I June A. D. I93S otherwise the allegatiops I jnn I've been driven
you . aren't you In love with on a business visit to Miami, Miami. genthi.* STEAK, (Tender) /
whether . certain things are In I acceptance of the re.vp.iiislIility said bill will he taken as 27c because of necesiity into

Jane?" Miss Sarah persisted. returned by plane yesterday. I I tendered by said resolution confessed by said defendant. Ib ...,'................ ..... II /il.: the lower-priced IIlorbladesm
good taste. ; and all matters and tliiiursdone It is further ordered that this 01'd..r I
1 suppose so. I don't know. Fm Reno S. Harp, supreme chan : :: ,beard suffer
And who Is to decider"Ones undertaken performed. Buf be published once a week for
too young . I'm not ready to be fered or omitted l 1". ( ing because o(the shortcomings -
own finer Instincts . If r J Allan Knowles left yesterday i I cellor of the Knights of Pythias, the Governor of four consecutive weeks in The Key PORK:
married. Jane's all but 1 I Florida under. said resolution. West Citizen a newspaper published of my pocLct-
one bas them. Leslie jumped to her like her right don't J afternoon for Miami for a brief' who was in Key West on an official Ilal.... this I9lh day of April. A. In Monroe County State of Ib .......... _.. . __... 20c \ boot Now your Probilt
mother and her poddy old son-in-law and' visit to the local left ,11. 1535.aitrISIt: '
feet and made for the piano "I'll I visit with his lodge, ;I, Florida. I 5 Jr. has again brought
father nor those damned twIns. always I I ..tfiTiIL'Jtl.IiA OOMI'Z.XoTICK : listed this IIlh" day of April A. PORK CHOPS
Mrs.\ Edison afternoon for Miami comfort
play. Let everyone dance. She broke daughter, Mr. and yesterday 24c shaving at
; staring at me as If I were some I) n. 1935.: ; Ib _............_.. .. .... no extra cost.
Into that new success. "I'm the Man\ Archer. en route to other cities in "lot" f' (Circuit Court Seal)
sort of insect they'd like to stick : I. :SOTIE: \ ; *
Who Broke tho Dank at Monte on I I itoss e. \VYKH' PORK ROAST. 'EEugrneteonhart
a pin and see wiggle. If I could take I : Clerk Circuit Court. Twentieth Judicial 20c San Jose CililT
Carlo. : is inereiyglvcn that I lieiiiidrsigned ('PICDlCII) tL .... ..
Jane away from tbe lot of them Itwouldn't Mrs. Frank Johnson left yesterday B. 1\1\ Duncan engineer in I will, apply( to TheIxgliilature Circuit of Florida, (in and I UnsoliCIted let like
James went out to the front porch i afternoou for Miami to for Monroe( County. PIG FET: ten
1 charge of bridge construction at .r the State .r Florida. ,
be so bad . but I can't. I William V. Albury I 25c s /" this prove the amaiing
and smoked a c1ar.lle bad left Jane I 1 few with brother at the regular Session ...rCald 2 ...._..........
sitting flushed and discomflted.James' can't go through with It. I Just pcnd a days a Matecumlx.\ lefe yesterday afternoon legislature now being held in this Solicitor for Plaintiff. Ibs. .. ."_ / quality of ProbaL jr.Try

can't. ." I and other relatives. .i, accompanied by his son the jear .\. II. 1931.:: for the passage aprl2'19niayl10; : ''I i TRIPE. I I this unifof mty kern and

heart was warmed with a Miss Sarah braced herself to her I I i t!I I Bob who will spend the week end of a local or. social bill conferringuntil : iI 2lbs.I ... .. 25c 2' imooch-shaving blade
glow of which he knew he Oecember :U, ":6. on theGovernor -'''''''' '' Get Prnbak Jr.from your
ought to be ashamed. . Still Leslie: duty. "It's too late now." she Mrs.'! Katie Carbonell, who with:;\ at the camp.Fcliciano I of the State of Florida I PIG TAILS I : nearest dealer's a if
tested in an agony.You !j the right; power, and authority! 35c
was right It wasn't In the best ot are a pro-I her family has been making her his discretion to remove from of'fire in 2lhs. ........ '-. ... I : mllkable'Ilue at 21

taste. lie supposed( ( he'd catch it goIng son. You cannot. . cannot go home in Miami for several years,I)I I Castro, Spanish consul i with or without! cause, any or THE HUB I SPARE Fresh I .., ,, ,' blades for only )9c or arrul
RIBS ( )
on your word. all officers, elective ii; speci..1 package of
home . I returned<< yesterday and will re-| in Key West, who was in I or appointive.of $ 35c i I ICIIITTERLING.S 2
James threw his arm over his the City of KeyVest.. a municipal 2.lbs ...... 4 for lOc.
Out the Incident was never mentioned I main indefinitely. Other members -I Miami on business connected with I corporation organized and (-a. STORE II ,. PmA4 J--,,"'
If .. I
eyes. as as If he could not bear .
by either James or Jane. of the family are expectedto matters pertaining to the consularjurisdiction isting under the laws, of the :State 25c / Ctfte aid PmS..4 '.ws,

James noted that aLsubsequent the sight of her. I arrive later. of Florida; repealing/ all lawn or 2 Ibs. -..."... __. ...... ..
parties I I in this district, returned parts' thereof whether I
Miss Sarah choked back a sob. "Ihaven't. general.: iMEN'S SUITS I
given in bin and Jane's honor local or special, in conflict with -0-
. haven't been altogether yesterday. I ,
1 said bill providing that
; said
Harris was conspicuous byh"e' pleased with Jane. she went on W. S. Eakins delegate<< to the shall. lake effect Immediately ujx.n bill A large assortment of various I I CUDAHY PUJtI&N: HAMS, ,

absence. humbly. "I havo never. been able I, Grand Lodge/ Knights of Pythias'I P..J. Saunders president"1 of,rf the' I its becoming a law. . 'i makes including the HartI I half or whe... '
I : I I" I
in the meantime the preparations 'totel' this 19th da' of April. Schaffner & Marx Schloss )24c'II II
to bring -prsclf to forgive her for : to be held in Gainesville left yesterday Peninsular and OcciilcntaJ S, S 11. i. '.- IbI .
for the wedding went furiously on.A ( : t :: i .\nTIIVn', ; \.I Br-os., and other nationallyadvertised I --ilit, ., 'TTd'PfIl U S PAT.1Ci4R
forcing yon to leave your own home. I r afternoon on the Steam-i j, Cp'npany.. and AustinV4Jliap\-iofli i II ...... ., . brands- ,1,1"I .!- PAUNT$ PtWs-NC

I keep dwelling on that . and Isbouldn't. I ship Cuba for Tampa where ho special _.
WKOO1NO;/ between a Stimson passenger representative :: >:(;.%I. UTICK: I -.
:> .,
5,4 a. .
? $10.75 to $35.00 *
dead have no rights. will i j r ? M : -HH ** *
several his
I spend days with of the line arrived fSvter'lty ,.. .
* and a Northrup naturally was X : .' f "jilt:: K --+ ... ... .- -
to ordinary event For weeks and Jane owes no loyalty to your grand I nephew<< and niece, Mr.\ and Mrs.J. \ from.a business trip to4).Jlavaria i.,%\i,TtCIIn, hcqIq7jiegii,. |'ar., th",1I11e1..t"halC'd

months Jane and her mother had de father." Warren Pinder before leaving 1" !and left iltho aflernooJ..lqr) ,I troduced. In I the will' .|-iJ8lalu.r..ranxu.( ": |III..,.of'njlhe 1ev jn: WHITE LINEN SUITS '=. .'lt I' : .. .
"Cut 1 do. I do. If only Jane could
i Single Double Breasted
for of Florida or :
voted themselves to making It the I Gainesville. headquarters in Jacksonville. I during the regularsession
understand. . in the year IJ33, a Special finest quality-

most brilliant wedding ever held In "You must make her understand. I I -'-- n -____ _--- - ------ or local Hill the substance of which
New Concord. if not in the entire I Is as follows: $7.95 to $12.95

state of Kansas. That ought not to be hard. once you I than confidence it is better than An act. to repeal Hill :Xo. f fMEN'S __
are married once you have her to I VIEWS t1ndiREVIEWS I 14 is, .ntitl..dn act to exempt II _

The bride's frocks were purchased<< I yourself. Remember my darling j I We deserve to have it.Ve have all property owned by the SHIRTS , ., il IjtIk; ,

In New York and the wedding gown not matched results with our I Cuban government in the Cltjof Solid colors and fancies; toft'
that Jane loves And Jane will / ( .
you. Key "West Monroe v
came straight: from Paris. Tbe I County collars hard collars and the
be a I i courage. Florida ,
Stimson. not Northrup, wben
lingerie was made every bit by band I she Is married. I and apply for the passage thereof new semi-soft collars- '

In a convent In Saint Louis. Tbe "You think . feeling as 1 do . I I WVUT T\4V..v VVWTWD DWMT OP worwo I Arthur Baer1, humorist: I I l>al 'd April: IKth.Ksqtn.VALixi.1933.KNUiyfK : 75c to $1.95 i 1 U S F ICE

table and bed linen were Importedfrom that 1 ought to go on with it?" j I I President of San Carlos Institute
"The best about
Ireland I thing politics: !
and every piece mono-I Lewis Gannett: JOSK MKIUNA.Secretary : MEN'S SHOESIn
"What !
else can you do?... at this t
grammed. "For is in these days is they are as elastic as an ostrich of San Carlos Inatilult'.1
lato hour I would rather cut out I: grammar I I .ltLewinsky's white, sports, blacks and IT'S PURER!
There was to be a caterer down swallowing an orange.
the almost exlusive possessionand
my tongue tban'teU you so. But to j j I I tans rjade by Edgerton,
from Saint Joseph and orchestra ; LASTS
( an I LONGER!
humiliate a young girl. .. before the ; unique pride of two groups, Peters 6 J
Xunn-Bush, Super
from I Kansas I ,
up City and
canopy world....A Stimson the school teachers and the proof
could not do IL" ; Nicholas Pavlonu of 'New York.

and Cod crimson knows carpet where)(imported at both from the "I suppose not James said dully i readers." II aged: 5, fell from a fifth ;' Men's Shop and others$2.95 to $8.00 L\ ICE REFRIGERATORS 1

"Your grandfather would have i window with three
church and escaping brok-I:1
governor.Northrup a United doors.The States senator been proud of you." said Miss Sarah j, Andrew W. Mellon former Secre., en ribs and a few minor : PRE-EASTER SALE PANAMAS AND STRAW I .1Qii Made of all metalequip'J -

tremulously. ; tarly of the Treasury on hit i : STILL .
and two Justices of the Kansas i GOING STRONG HATS -I ped with
1 hope 60.James answered j 80th birthday: IIM.i? r
supreme court were to stand In line
,at the reception immediately followIng self.doubtfully. "I'm not proud of my "I look forward to seeing the I i PALACEMonte ; SUITS: t J All I styles and colors from- I : They're Economical

tbe ceremony. James and the NCotyrigM. 'return of normal conditions within I $1.25 to $5.00
Blue-Lila Lee in
( 13SS. II at eel II. FaraftamJ Regular $19.75'to I
Judge; were responsible for the nota my own time. j i I OFFICER 13 $17.50yalue2Jror' 'I 100 Per Cent Refrigeration! 'I4jIII
bles Tbe Northrups( did the rest. ) AND I

The (last night In his old home (It,James tomorrow.has a wild hope, and loses Wilbur Dao'el Steele: \I Tom Tyler' in ti, SPORT PANTSFor I'"I i Satisfaction :

I l "There has never been a short i COYOTE TRAILS, $25100FINE yound middle aged andconservative J.L:
Matinee I fJ Priced at !!
i : I0.15c; Night: 15-25c -
- ---- -- --' -- -- story writer who was ash6rstorywriter t men- I

CRAB BUILDS TOMB I,I gall crab, about a quarter of an I II : story writer.who wanted" to be a short jFulfencio .i i SANFORIZED $1.95 to $5.95MEN'S iMi $30 35'i
j '
IN WHICH TO LIVE I inch in length. When very young I 1I SATURDAY SPECIALS I TROUSERSWhites TIES and

the crab attaches itself to the end j Batista, Cuban military'
I Pin Made by Cheney, Altman and 'i EASY TERMS-ID DAYSlTha'
: Nice Stripe
lily \ .It' a.I'r ....a I of a coral branch, just as it is' : i shipment HENS just rceiTed *- I .,
I "I believe in the fullest I for EASTER DINNER Tans others I FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
\\ \ .
: IIIGTOA.lfll ID.-A starting to branch again. Its presence -: denio-j I
I I cracy but at times it is out } 50c to $1.00
crab that build* itself a living { is: believed to cause an irritation -. Freshly Killed Pork Liver : r ICE CO. -
question. ;> Fresh Veal Fresh Brains 1.95 I .
tomb m which to si end its existence speeding growth. I I We are agents for Hart-

has been brought to the At the same time currents are> Dorothe Manakl opera infer: I j All Cuts of Meat : Schaffner & :Marx Suits, iLc1J L1 -INC-

|! set: up in the water which de- "In Vienna, composers write for I Meat at Prices You Can Meet New Good Added Each Phone No. 8
Smithsonian Institute by Dr. VaI Nunn-Bush Shoes, Edgerton -
-i I termine direction of this growth.' people to sing; in America. com-? STRICTLY FRESH EGGS Day As Received. : f

do I. Schmitt, just back from an ;| As a result the two branches fold 1 1I 1 posers write for people to dance."j Shoes, Grand-Slam y

expedition to the Galapagos: i i-j, :I over surrounding the crab in a j jI BERMUDA' MARKETPhone Shirts, Cheney Cravats
lands and northwestern South!I limestone elL Only tiny airholes) Joseph P. Kennedy, Chairmna. Se-f 861.W Free Delivery lewksky s Hen's Stop and Hartmann's Luggage.

America. I I I remain which enable it to keep}] curitiea Exchange Commiaaion: Cor. White and Virginia Sts. 526 DUVAL STREET

The tomb-builder is the coral alive. "Business b still not only better -



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