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 27, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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I Associated Press Day Wire I T'tftiPH I Key West Florida, has the

I Service. I iit' 1k i>i Impost ( I most equable weather in the

For 65 Years Devoted to the ff KHll/tII I country; with an average

I Best Interests of Key West I I range of only 14* Fahrenheit i

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Civilian- Conservation Corps To URGES ALL TO EXPLAINS STATUS OF AMENDMENT Administration Leaders Become SkepticalIn


I Enlarge Activities With Funds YARDS' Tactics Of 'Withholding Relief Funds

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I JACKSONVILLE, April 27.- ''anyone that buys land, in large I

From Huge Relief Appropriation "We have heard only two argu-, 'or small tracts will develop and

DIRECTOR OF WORK OPERATIONS ments against the constitutional j I.improve such land, or resell at a From Certain States In Plans Outlined
-- amendment sponsored by the Florj j. profit. In either case, under a
ASKS RESIDENTS TO ida Tax Revision League to eliminate -|:''modern equitable tax system the

Organizer Of Contingent I PASS MEASURE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF GARBAGE the ad valorem tax system," i, owner would have certain transactions -|' --- - - -

fays Buckner Chipley, President., : in connection with his' I

Made Lead.Off Man In I ON LAND SITE COLLECTION SERVICE I The first is that the property, holdings subject; to taxes. j COUNCIL .ORDERS COMMISSIONERS Fear This Practice May
owners should not be relieved' "On the other hand it is han!' 'I

r Proposed ExpendituresIn from all taxes. The second that to imagine any condition that!' ANOTHER TRAFFIC DISCUSS ISSUE OF Work To Detriment.Of

Key Westers were urged today large interests would buy up and* could be worse than the lresent.I j jWe
LEGISLATURE AUTHORIZES I "hoard all of our land. j: now have eighteen million :i Party In Views Citing
Program Mapped OutBy to continue to take advantage of I I "As to the first objection thisi I acres of land completely off the'' LIGHT FOR CITYSIGNAL GASOLINE TAXESBOARD

STRIP BE SOLD TO seems to be a thinly veiled/ eva-$ tax rolls! as a result of tax delinquency ManipulationsBy
the collection
FRED DION thrice-weekly garbage -I !fion of the issue. Anyone who has''" and the land has ac-i

WILLIAM S. WHITE I service available here, in order studied the intent and purpose. of tually reverted to the State, because -', TO BE INSTALLED AT STRENUOUSLY; OPPOSES -
(llj A.. M-Utrd l'rr... I i this organization can readily see"' under our present adjvalorem ;

WASHINGTON April 27.-A I Illy A..o l.f..d tress t that the best sanitary condition -, that we do not .propose. and we' tax system it is not I' CORNER OF SIMONTON AND ANY CHANGE IN DISTRIBUTION ,flIt HERBERT 4.._!.Ird PLUMMER PrrMl

I labor leader who came up from TALLAHASSEE. April 27. might be maintained in Key do not desire that property; worth the amount of back taxesassessed 1 CAROLINE; OTHER MAT. OVER THAT WASHINGTON April 27_
I owners be relieved of all taxes., ; against it. Therefore no!
the grime and sweat of railroad The tate senate today patted West since the cleanup program I However property cannot pay, one will even purchase the tax i TERS HEARD AT SESSIONAt NOW 8E'RRIED' ON Some dminittrction leaders are

force these a bill introduced by Mac William taxes, only the business transact-1'I certificates. More than half of ;,
workshops it a ruing frankly tkeptical of the wisdom:
and Gomez empoweringthe was started. I I ed on or with property can pro-'!I'the land or the State, that should! I

days in 'the ""adminutration enlarged Armory board to tell l five J. Gerry Curtis, director of I I duce money for taxes. We merely]i be growing timber, thereby in-|, a meeting of the City Council Monroe]\ county commissioners; of employing suck tactic a. those

ask that our tax system be re'vised -!,I creating our natural resources.Iis .i -.' '.
being used
recovery program.Robert feet of the Armory 'property work operations, issued the plea held last night with PresidentLeo went on record this by Secretary Ickri and
I I to require the owners of actually lying a barren waste,I- morning at ,,3.rpecial '
'Fechn r; who organiie'J In Key' WVtt'io'Fretf'j.DiUi' .. : i after completing an inspection. .property to pay their rair share I, fire ravaged!:: and worthless. As,, H. Warren preiiding and all! i meeting, as .being unalterably'opposcd -i> Harry' Hopkins. FERA

the' civilian c whole house encroached on tour of the i island. Although his !,i of the cost of government. Under! millions of additional acres go off j members; present except Councilmen -i tor,' in withholding' relief fund
to .
nleriation'corp"I' the property' : tour was .primarily concerned with !i our present ad valorem tax system the tax rolls Yl'ar'I1Ctt'r year. ;I Clears and Tinder it was or- any use of; ,
from 'a ticlbed which 1407 tax } and theiJ !: the gasoline taxes from certain *tate*. '
The measure was tubmitled crews working on various projects gives politically through delinquency dered that a traffic light be installed except as now '.
un'der' I controlled boards and commis-J boards an for enlarged activity afraid
jected in the legislature yesterday he said that he did notice at the corner of Simonton distributed.: j ne "clacking;
fions absolute tax levying and more taxes on the property!I I
the $5,000,000,000 work-relief !I! retting forth the"ttatut of the several pooily kept yards which authority tax revision and economical -! remaining on the tax books in II and, Caroline streets in order to Present at the meeting wt're' down" on such new deal opponent

fund. I II ituation at pertained to the I Iproperhe. had been cleaned up by the Key government are impos-: an effort to raise the revenue to I. ugulate traffic at this buy in- Chairman Carl Bervaldi. Com in is-! as Huey Long of Louisiana and

he I! .. i West Administration earlier. rible. | meet a olitically .planned b'I.I't.1our '; I ttrsection. The light will be red sioners Wm. R. Porter, Braxton';' Goyernor
rather grim-faced,
I of
"As to the second iection. economic condition Georgia
continual-j preen, with the caution rignal |
came to Washington in t'e lnse' "Kmpty tin cans could be seen; I B. Warren and Nathan Nil s.i'
1 no one invests: money except for| ly growr worse.! Can you conceive of yellow, climin h'd. {II may in the end cause more harm
to a wholly unexpected White COLLEGE DINNER in the corner 01 some lots whcha : j I the purpose of getting a profit) | of any system of taxation and I Clerk Ross C.-Sawyer and Sheriff,
House call that important business few weeks clean." the I that could A letter was read from T. B. i K. O. Thompson. than good.
ago were on the investment. It is, therefore -I government morecompletely I
was afoot in April of ll>33. to I Bennett: tax agent of tne Florida j
FOR LAWMAKERSAT work operations director said. I only logical to assume that throttle progress? I The decision relative to the] The people might get the idea
start the Roosevelt government'sfirst "These Eat Coat:; Railway Company I Iftating
effort. At are mosquito breeders and __ ----=- i I gasoline tax was made after. they ray, that the administrationis
that '
major emergency : with the J. I: Keenan and J.
the outset, two obstacles arose. TALLAHASSEEMANY I! rainy sea"on setting in, ;; M. Lofton of the railway company I II Chairman Dervaldi read a telegram -!. out to punish its political op.
we must guard against that
Labor and 'Peace' Protettt II :ace. men"Thousands I 'AMERICAN TRACED YOUTH READSS wire expecting to come to Key from D. Graham Copeland. punctiLio in this manner. If they

Some labor representatives had I !I West some time during the COI 1'' did all
I of hours of labor president of the Beneficiary Counties ports of trouble might bestirred
protested against the CCC wage II I LOVE NOVELS/ EXECUTION NEARS I tog month for the puipose of disCUssing -'
in Association
Feehner MONROE COUNTY STU.,I were spent cleaning up Key I t as follows: up. Some leaders argueit
scale of $1 a day. ans- tax payment.- the coinPany's ;
wered with assurances that CCC | West and now that we have attained -,I !, holdings. j I "Movement under way to divert might be wiser in the long run

men would not compete with private DENTS ATTEND AFFAIR AT : the imputation of a :pot'ess' .;.T .'ssnori;sled ;'rrs.. : A letter wts read from the one cent of the gasoline tax distributed : allow federal funds to flow

workers."hen a new camp INSTITUTION GIVEN WED. I city.retaining Key Westers that distinction.should help in | WILKES BARRE.' : I'a.. April) Last June she told him she was Florida League of Municipalitiesat on a population basis to'' into the bailiwicks of the incorrigiWes -

went up. local carpenters got the NESDAY EVENING i is a job in which :Key Wester Thh ; 27.-Absorbed in love novels, to become' a mother. They talked Tal/aha./ .;ee calling the allen- the school fund. Greatly fear than to run the risk of incurring
of building it. at prevailing every : of a hasty marriage. A few nights. tion of the council to certain'bill I
job Robert: Allen Edwards, youthful a that the
do his if either whofc
I can .part. before Freda was to become Edwards that was to be introduced in of the three cents enmity of a
wages. "Garbage collecting trucksmake "American Tragedy" slayer of distributed I section .
Some peace organizations\ were I bride, they went for a the elite legislature hieh, it was to counties under the or a state .
aroused claiming the corps was a KlM-i-lnl t. Tfce. (lilacs> I'I i visits on every street twice I Freda McKechnie, waits with all'Il. swim in Harvey's lake a near felt. would work to the.detriment present method be taken from .the I The more practical-minde l politicians -
TALLAIIASSEF. April 27.- a week, and householders can help jmrently little concern for alien, by pleasure resort. Though raiuiPelted '(Iof the I\V 1
disguised mechanism for training. j .. various municipalities of hole, new atlack-trrlHrc-inadc in I -atnoac:.llie- .It'tat.r"itit'
.. j keep the city clean by plarinsi ists ti whether he" should dieIn them and lighTning' I
noldirM.FedinjU'tte'ii\ repeatedly Students 'ati IKvVida State Collegefor i o say ) upon Florida. : the courts of the to the case of Governor
constitutionality of
empty cans old lumber, garbage the electric chair. la lied Fred pi itnged into the i 1 I i Davejr
and he ordered men in Women had the opportunity l ; The measure in question is en. I!
;; and other trash in the proper receptacles -- i The who water. ,, of remaining two cents, for reason -., Ohio and his feud with FERA Ad.
engineers helper, i
the camns to be called "cnrollccs"ff I titled an act directing and author.:
i of members of the Flor- -
>t enlisted men. Nevertheless, meeting ; and putting them iij called himseir a "ladies' man" is Edwards returned home late lung the state auditor to conduct !I I I that while it may appear beneI -I ministrator Hopkins as a case in

he has authorized a "certificate ida legislature Wednesday night !j I front of their houses to be collected -under sentence to be executed I that night-without Freda. Her tin annual audit of fie affair,:> of I ficial to small counties, nevertheless ! point.
when the lawmakers. were Ruerts by the trucks. This i h ;imI May 6. He convicted last the head lacerated, was: ,
of valor" for men iK-rformiiig exceptionally was the different cities of the state.1 gasoline distribution on abasis' i I The Ohio Example
courageous action. of the college at dinner in the college -I portant. if Key West i is to continue October of blackjacking: his:i found next day in the lake. A and the league claimed that the I II roatlJl I Hopkins made
of and charges
to have the reputation it has population area against
This former machinist who setout I dining hall. 1 neighborhood "girl friend" so he blackjack belonging to Edwards bill: was not for the best interestof 1 I is '
acquired! in the few month substantially different from:: the Ohio and
.past: : took
| could : Cram picked nearby. lie was governor a.vay
Margaret an was up
railroad marry the different '
to be a man by takingSon One hundred and eight students municipalities 1
legal cf view of distribution
a job (after leaving grammar i I served as official hostesses i. :Mr. Curtis raid that he was East! Aurora. N. Y., music teacher.', indicted. I I and requested/ the council and city basis point and roads !.I from hint jurisdiction of FERA

school) as a "news h h'h" on a1|: at the affair and arranged that disappointed to find that som I Freda's father. Georc'11e.: .' Pardon Official 'Not Satiffied of Key West to cooperate in the I on Courts area view in only.en.1ti..ely fund Davey, a democrat, fired

train, was one of the fir. t of the the legislators be seated at dinner .I yard and vacant lots were not Kechnie. also! a mine worker, has At the close of the trial, a jury matter: in efforts to have the measure different might light.legality Don't forget !, back at Hopkins in like fashion.
being kept up as well as they told' the Pennsylvania I', of miners spent the night t.tudy-.
dealers" descend I defeated when before
"new to (IflWashington. the students! coming prevented
I among I might he. and emphasized his re- supreme court. originally divided ! Ohio is always a pivotal statein
He isn't a democrat from the countitshich they rep I that he will not object if the ing Edwards' love letters to Margaret the legklature looking to its 'I
quest for the co-operation of all when we won out fight. a national election. If the
fit" the 'rain and of
j board 'ees to commute a great mass!
in the regular having resent. enactment.:
; sense campaigned I
I I Key West: citizens.MALLORY I. sentence to life imprisonment. testimony, and at daybreak Consider extremely urgent: you. Roosevelt administration makes
for La Follette in 1024. Monroe county girls enjoyingthe I __ ____ After disposing of a few other and constituents wire
At the time of his appointment) legislative dinner were: | Nine of the jurors who convicted victed him with the recommends- matters of minor importance, the I representatives your and Fenator not your to I I too many enemies there it may regret
- Feehner wa.:, general vice president} Key West: Elizabeth Ayala. : BRINGS I I jections. I; tion of execution. meeting was ordered adjourned. with it in November, 1936.
Edwards, likewise will have no ob- | Edwards: paled for a minute, permit any tampering; presemit
of the Intt'rnational4ociatiun Isabel Guito,
Mary Beaver Sylvia distribution The Ickes is
law.which row Secretary
I supreme I
of Machinists and he has carriedover Clara B. Lankford. Goldie: Love Attorney Hints 'Deranged Mind' then asked for a cigarette.Pennsylvania's I
court /
IN J. THIEF ENTERS upheld. This is having with the Louisiana "king-
the easy ilinocraey ur ,labor Lewinsky, Fortuna Lopez., Mal.le Attorney General Charles : supreme. coiirt Clerk Sawyer was ul"Jrt'nt."l
II ;
into his new office on Pennsylvania , Margaret N'eff, Virginia Eleanor !I Margiotti has said the torrid let- ruled against a new trial and the communicate with State Senator! fish" presents a different prop lii.tiun. -

avenue. Shine. Barbara Lucretia Taylor' I ters Edwards sent the Crain girla case was carried to the Ilan!')" MEATMARKET1FRIGhTENED Arthur Gomez and Representatives' Long perhaps the new

ECW Didn't 'TAKE' I and Ida Weintraub. I FIFTY ARRIVE FROM GALVE5. \ sensation in Edwards; "trial- board. j B. C. PaTty and advise themof: the' 'deal's bitteres .1, opponents ,an4. a
> ElizaJ.c'tlll'inMr. "indicate a deranged mind. |I' Pardon officials said they were : _
He travels over the country Hamorada. : Glall's TON; SEVEN BOARD I Bobby and Freda were neighbors , "not satisit'tJ"with the autopsy! action taken by the .oanl l as"'be-t Jhre President Roosevelt 1n

bearing for luggage a single suit M. Engel. in ";,lw\\"tI. vi1lt'. But ..atMmsfield anti that they want'' to study the OFF, HOWEVER ing opposed- 'to any change& in thel! u26.charges. the ''administration:
case. lie!' inspectseverything''sothoroughly. Key Largo:: Ida _ VESSEL HERE I ,Teacher college! Edwards testimony of medical' \\n'n! They' present! ThV12: 11 pistr1J..f. t! is 'out to get hlin"!H Louisiana: by

J.Uat on one occasion I' -. I fell in. love with MarganotCrain. hiM urged that 'Edwards' mentalily BY CRIES OF NEXT these tyThfl II .L\ .G/Hn spending! million in, public' .Qr1 i
., ,
he !; The milter o7 !
offerings of
was peering J
I'tI\\ camp '
MRS. .
to be .
HOBSON They )planned married. be scrutinizeEdward DOOR NEIGHBOR '
machinery to assure himself the' Steamship: Henry R. :Mallory, of Edwards quit school and : *, grinning': sheepishly! I bop.fifjTWhSai| 14'I| the State money through an ouganization
bolts had been well greased. He I I the Clyde-Mallory Lines, arrived -, I n.rf, f A.lmniUiUiSn! was discussed -' cornpose4oZ; his political' encamtQjckrs' *
upon) his return to the mining,: subjected'himself'to'1' the exnmirix-
runs his administration, in the DIES IN TEXASSUCCUMBS from Galveston I following reading of contention, is thatthar"kiugfish"
t 8:30 o'clock/ last night ; I a
tion.. then
communit) ,again "kept company' turned again to his After he had gained entrance the .
later' communication wants to use,
most unspectacular manner pus-! and! sailed two hours from the board of
with Freda. j novels. t to the Monroe !Meat Market last :
nible and administration work-relief funds to strengthen
gives no appearance Off|, for New York. I quoting I price offerings
the highly-geared executive. In THURSDAY AT The vessel had about 50 pas- - ---- - --- - - night a thief was frightened away' of highway, bridge and his own political domination oj.
A hw few he '. and I j by the! cries of young George Lee. road bonds of Monroe Louisiana. .
speeches| usually contents -! rengers from the Texas port county. ,
i DAUGHTER IN KNOWLES MAKES ROYALTIES BAFFLINGTO :I who lives next door, and departed j Aside from the merits of the
himself with telling in <* HOME OF carried the following from Key Following a talk by Mr. Porterin
tual manner what is happening. . f.It'-1! West: E. W. Masten Hamilton C. BRITISH AUTHOR I without any spoils. i iI which he discouraged the idea: argument the danger, in the

the ('ce.'ll'r(' some $i,0.000.-) j:I GALVESTON Knowles. Mrs. Harold Ballou,! FISH COLLECTIONLARGE Entrance wu gained through an : of making purchases of these opinion of many lies in the fact

000 has been spent.) I I George: Ballou. :Steve: Pavolit', I I (fly A.... I Ij I
The official name of hii I Paul Cash. William Cash. j LON ON. April I 27.-Royalties: who ripped peveral boards. near board voted unanimously to refuse accused of building himself up for
j Mrs. Sam G. Thompson rect'ivJ 1 I the. ground from the side of the : the next by use of
agency incidentally is fr.j'r-I: i I As freight the vessel took on I Ili.e are accumulating for Dr. Merton I the offers.FACTORY. year
gency ('onservationVoi'k.. but' ed a telegram yesterday announcing -i tuitle. and bottles. '! NUMBER OF SPECIMENS building. I I relief money.
- "ECW" did not catch on so well ; fhe death of her sister. Jfs.! Steamship Yoro of the Stand-I II I I Hodge author of the dramatic The robbery attempt wag'maj' I> "If' such an opinion become.

as "CCC." | J. R. Hobron, which occurred i I art! Fruit and Steamship company i iI. SENT TO NEW success. The Wind and the Rain," just! before 8 o'clock and the HERE. widespread it may hurL

--- -- -. ; Thursday in GalveFton: Texas. i arrived 6:30 o'clock this morning, YORK AQUARIUM but he fails to get; any pleasureout noire attracted: the attention'of I The Georgia Case
I Mrs. Hobson was 78 years old I. and after taking on 25.8'J3 cali i of the fact. I young Lee. whose cries frightened -] CLOSES DOWN As for Governor Talmadge of
( I
REED RETURNS I a native of Key West, and for i Ions of fuel oil at the Porter I The trouble Is. they are accumulating -! the man away and attracted I I Georgia, he has aid flatly that
member of the First < the attention of Officer Rex i iI I threats of "cracking
Fron- despite
a sailed for j
many years -
: company Hamilton Knowles, collector of in Germany. The phiy.
For the past I j Shaw. : him. antI his state federal
HERE ON VISIT Methodist church. Mexico. |I I | down' on
;I yea)' he has been living in Cal-: ;: tera Palma arrived from Havana -. specimens for the New York I. which enjoyed an enormous success i Officer Shaw went to the market I ISANTAELLA CO. AWAITING I II funds will be forthcomingI
| Ferry
i veston! with her daughter, MrR. yesterday afternoon with 20 j Aquarium, sailed on the S. S. in England is the first'.;ngt- : and caw where the boards questioned'young had 1 INSTRUCTIONS RELATIVE I';I anyway. A1 harsh critic of the
been removed. He
SANITARY OFFICER NOW Harry f:. Black who was before I cars of pineapples!, 11,253 crates; { Henry 1:. Mallory last night for lih drama produced In nazi Ger i i new deal apparently he doesn't
Lee who told that the
LOCATED IN ACTIVITIESIN ( marriage Miss Ruby Hobson. I five cars of twine 14C sacks of;! New York with a fine collection; many and is just as big. a winner.I to be tall and was man i TO OPERATIONS I[ believe the administration will
I No details wefe given as to the i iof appeared wur.1 I dare punish him at the expense of
mail ind baggage.HabanaMadrid
j i fish from these waters. there. I ing a hat. Whether !
demise. \ grey
KEY SECTION : cause of Mrs. Hobfon's t ., the state of Georgia.'
:; nor any information as to funeral I :\Ir. Knowles, formerly of Key : But the royalties are no good" white or., colored he could tlq i! Coming as a chock to the em- 1 1I i With almost five billion dollarsin

G. B. Heed sanitary officer! in services! or the interment. I I I Wet arrived some time ago and1 to Dr. Hodge unless he spends the ; Although Officer Shaw continued j I ployes of the Santaella Cigar factory work relief money to upend! an-I(
the search for time
charge of oi-vrations on the keys O.: Survivors are her daughter Mrs. immediately started to make his I I money in Germany. lie can't take some I Ihe'failed i was an order Thursday afternoon in light of opposition to new deal
-- arrived yesterday and expects to Black two grandchildren; sister, I to'find any tract tf' Ofi-a : policies just how thin huge fnnd
down the factory
; shut
Club selections; as he wanted only certain any of it out because of foreign answering the description to
remain over until Monday.Mr. I Mrs. Thompson of Tampa. but person is expended is of vast importance
i jat the close of the day'i opera-
; I I *
which] exchange restrictions. j Lee.
classes for his tanks given by Young
Reed: was in charge of the who is. with Mr. Thompson spending i I tion!. I: politically.
- operations m IeyVest for a i a while as the guest of their TONIGHTRegular are for another collection than I!I I\ Carl Bervaldi office manager .:: The charge was made frequently -
; I I'I TWO NEW ARRIVALS Auto Tops WaterproofedFREE '
number of .Ut nth during th:, nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. those in the New York tanks. i told The Citizen today that the instructions in both house of eon*

ftrenuously active days! : of the, W. W. Watkins. 711 South street; Many of the fish were caught I I -Wash. The With Purchaseof to close were received grew during,: debate on the work
clean up i IK'rio.! two brothers, Clarence W. Rus- Saturday Night1DANCE Paint I; by telephone. Asked if any definite relief bill that the measure place
When normalcy was Te5jfleIand 'I sell of Tampa and Samuel Y. i by the collector and some were thevertebrates Fame day a baby girl was born (This Week. Only) time was fixed for the factory an aU-powerful political weapon

Key West was designated: a:i Russell of Key West. purchased. In addition Knowles to carried I I to their daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Rainy weather is at hand-No to remain inactive, )fro Bervaldi in the hands of President Roose.

a perfectly clean city Mr. Ree.I Mrs. Hobson was loved and re in the four,tanks Mr. a number of in-1!I Clere! Johnson, living near this matter iiow old or bad your: top .1 replied that he was expecting nit: that it would be !impossibleto

was transferred to activity on th
keand Thos. E. Roberts place I who.will be raddened by the know- J vertebrates only in these which waters.are 'I I I I daughter. I I Smith' Service Station I few days. I I[ that much money at iU disposaL

in charge in Key West. I ledge of her passing. i ..
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: t Jf 1. OO.J'i- I 1|l TODAY'S WEATHERTemperatur.s ]11 KEY WEST IN Kotary Club.Information. _ Today's Horoscope

.>ULI= airy Bxerpt Sunday By I There are: those who critize the ........................
nut. rinzr.v PIIUMSIIING' Co, INC.L. 'i 1 _ DAYS GONE BY was received in a
1 i'. AllTMAV! Pr..I....... churches, calling them narrow, provincial; telegram from J. F. Busto, representative I This is one who has a contented -
Prow Tha Cltlim IlulldlnKCorner 1- East Gulf: Moderate east! and I Happenings Here Just 10 Year. to the Florida mind and keeps it along the
Orcu and Ann Street. I and intolerant. Occasionally, upon certain ,,; '!" ...'....."-....."....................._85 : southeast "winds.WEATHER Ago Today A. Taken From' from Monroe county,Legislature that, -!i culinary tracks of life. Apparently

v sly Dally Newspaper--r-In Key Well and MonroeCounty. I matters, it has looked like the religious Lowest Mean I .... : :::.,::::::::::::.::..:: :::::80 75 ; CONDITIONSThe The Files Of The'Citi.ea If I II II I the bill introduced for taxing the there not(is capable still considerable of' great resolution effort! -,

I leaders were inclined just a little too far, Normal Mean .... ..._'.........._.....77RainfaJl natural resources of the stale I and generally good luck. Mostof
was killed. The bill in question ;
I I The Patriotic Order Daughters
wntered at Key West. Florida aa second cUaa matter and just a little too indifferent to the fact northern disturbance has which would have vitally affectedour those Lorn this day attain to a
Yesterday's Precipitation .14 Ins.; moved slowly northeastward, being : of America will celebrate the comparative degree of comfort,
FIITV-SIXTII: 1RARMrMber that might disagree with them I twenty fast anniversary tomoirow; fishing industry, was foughtby
good men Normal Precipitation .04Ins.1 central this morning over Alin- though they will be contented with
Prra -'I tin rrrurd ....,.2J-hiir periodri ota I evening at heaJiiuuiters. An excellent MV. liusto and he is being
( tae AaMM-late4 ne' and Wisconsin?Minneapolis.
without deserving the_ scorn and contumelyof .4l.ic .t '"'b'rler6'tbl..'xiorB.MK.Tomorrow's .' I congratulated on his: success in less than. more ambitious leer:lms
entitled to use uf entertainment
la exclusively program
t..1 Aaaoclated Press 29.62> inches: and pressure i U relatively :
.r republication of all news diapatckt* credited t* AlmanacSun i his efforts to l have the measure! desire.
has been 1 and
It or not otherwise rreditt-d In this gaper and alee. church members. j I stars __..__._._. .,_. 5:53 a. m.1 low over the lower }Rio i : prepared a killed. ,
the local n..wn published here.'NATIONAL in mind however few I Grande Valley, Browmville, Te'x2'UI2 pleasant'vfniK is assured'Eachmenrbei : Hesse
With all this Sun sets u..,"_'.'_' .... 6:55 p. l'i -- The lutes Bernard C. ,
of us ever appreciate the great debt that Moon rises ."no_.._ _.2:43 a. m.i ai, inches; while the eastern I of the oigunizatioa isa'ked ] I New Yolk chemist bequeathedthe 1
ICITCRIAL I 1 j| Moon'sets __.,__._._ 2:47 p. m.j high pressure! area has moved I I ; tCl1bl'in.,:a. friend.. Editorial comment: Many men'never University of Michigan one-
1t[ ASSOCIATION the community owes to the church. -- smile before breakfast; ands
C'YLerrzAal935 average j v Tomorrow' Tides ,southward over the South Atlantic I I' : i fourth of his estate, or $30.7C
: States some who have married inexpertrooks ,I
Hatteras, N. C. Charleston
Aside from the religious teaching and be- A.M. P3I. I C. W. Osier, an official of the .
---- StMSOIIITION ItATKHn liefs, which might possibly prosper with- High .._..,,"._....3:54 4:301:; S. C., and Jacksonville., Fla.. treasury! department at Washington seldom smile afterwards.The i I I Subscribe to The Citizen.
Tear _.._ .___$100* ... ._. .. ._ 30.. t 4 inches. i .1 I
..... .. _. _._ <S out the church but other Low u. .u. 10:13 :; 1 : will build a home at Key-I -
three Fix . ... . .. . .-..---- ------. 2 6. through some organization Barometer at 8 a. nr. today: I Rain'and thunderstorms_ ) have I I Vest Mr. Osier: arrived literary meeting of the : news and I advertising matter withI
E-. ..... ....... :: :.81 i it is fact that without the oecnrred during the last 24 hours I I I interesting editorial columns.
: : a Sea level, 3003. : Saturday accompanied by his Woman's Club will be }held at I .
Weekly ... ....-._......._.-... ._. .2e from the Lake : I I
work of the church in the past years this I region and upperMississippi ) I secretary and at ;once became' 227 Duval street this eVf'nirig'l I
AII\KHTI91\n ItATE! Lowest Highest Valley southward to The deal pending for some
Mrs. Clara 't
J satisfied this was an ideal city: Watrous and Miss
Made known on application would hardly be a decent place in whichto StationLast Night Yesterdaj j I the west Gulf coast, l li t time relative
being heavy ;' for a winter home. lIe plans to; Powell will entertain the club. A i I to'the purchase of
All reading notices!lI'CJALoOTICC, cards!of thanks, resolutions olfr live.The Abilene> ."....._... 54 76 in portions of eastern: Texas Galveston purchase! a site and at once begin musical proga'-;- l be renderedas land on Pine Key which will be
: :>ttt, rbltuary notices, etc.. will b. charged for at influence of the church has been Atlanta no"m_... 62 86 2.14 inches!, and there have the construction of his home. follows: Solo, Mrs. P. Solano;! used for erecting a hotel was

.i.*:';,rate*tk'.of for:o entertainments cents a line. by churches from whichI great. Through altering the attitude of Boston ......,....... 58 66 been light showers on the Florida !,,i Mi. McGlothlinm, the : Reading Mrs. White; duet Mrs. closed yesterday when the land
revenue'Is to l>. drrlved are S cents a line.lli . I Buffalo _..58 66 Keys. Freezing: temperatures are i 1: stated that Key West! ecf'tarY'1 I Kitchin and Mrs. Bervaldi; owned by J. T. Knowles.. went to
., CliUcit Is I an open forum and Invites discus.Ilan and it has caused them to .u.m.
men women go gnerally near'or above normal inwestern Miss\ the new owner.
cf public la&ucs and subjects of local or general I'Charleston 66.,. ROI f: being talked over in Washington I II violin selection Dominech;1
Sittrcat but It will not publish anonymous communlSIDELIGHTS out into the world and set up new stand .m" districts and abnormallyhigh j t I more than any other eity in I I'I ,reading Miss Margaret Curtis. I
'.U'InL I Chicago .. ,, .. .10; 84 i in most sections east of the ,
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- - Denver ,.. '.m... :10 52 Mississippi. River being 15! to'jlH'e I'I, many changes in the Island City i ipapt'f I JCEY: WESTCOLONIAL '
wealth. It has made the lives of men above the seasonal I ,Arthur Crusoe has a copy of a.
I ltttroit ._.. ._.uu'. 54. 78 ; averagein within the next few years. I in West in HOTEL
and women safe. It has restrained man- Galveston __.._... 54 71. the lower Lale region. published Key I
kind from all manner of evil. Without its Havana __....__,,_. 74 G. S. KENNEDY 1887.June It is the Equator Democratof It is I In the Center of the Business"
23, 38 a
Official in Charpe.Today's Tomorrow the of the years ago.
Huron ...... first and Theater District
40 I.
curb, which holds back every member of .m"' athletic sports! to be held in connection nine column lapt'r filled with I

By MARCY B. DARNALL, society to some extent, this would be a Jacksonville Kansas' City mm"... fi2 C6 .. 72 82 .....................(.."..... with Boys'Ve'k will be I BENJAMIN_ _LOPEZ First Cla.FireprfI ,-

..'M{ Former,, *.Editor;: :.>..>, .of The Key.Wett Citizen shameless place, a blot on the face of the KEY WEST ___ 75 85 conducted along the water frond FUNERAL HOME I Rate
j't $ ; in the vicinity of the bout houseat i
Little Hock ,... 58 ,74 W '
earth. )Fort Taylor. Those boys who Established 49 Y..rJC7 COFFEE. SHOP NOW''OPEI''
,AAuer hoTdiiigfout against. the auto- Those who are prone to criticise the Louisville Los Angeles u..u_ 5'', 7G Anniversaries.1737Edward to! not intend to participate in I .\/ "'' .<< .IdV J !, .

mJnjJle all I"t'L' liobert A. Nye of .u..u 62 8R l..................o..c.. ..... the, water. sports are requested! to 24-Hoar I Garage Elevator.
'i ej years church and to harp on its faults seldom :Miami ,,,,..:._no 74 80 . > I teUe.aiJ E.Ul-.r I .J
attend the meet and bath. .
Aii&ra N. Y. the far know that Minneapolis .. .. 52 72 Gibbon) famed!. enjoy ''' Popular. Prices
Is'a4t \ finally gaVe up investigate enough to earn- Playing equipment for the aquatic PkoB 138 Night .....W .
New Orleans _. 70 84 I English historian,'born. Died Jan. .
i ; leaders church also alert I, ___ "_' If f
atfqWle an35dSed, hls'livenr'stable' which est of activity are ,
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New York ..... 5G 72 15, 1794. : :
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;the last to operate i in the western part to the reforms that the churches re I'ensaeola m".,," 70 71 -

quire. If the average critic of the church Pittsburgh _._... fiO 78 I 1759: !
arthat $tate. ...._ Mary Wollstonecraft
St. Louis 62 84 'NEV"RE
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would subject hip or her life to the same u.u English author of the "Vimlica'i
Salt Lake City. 44 6G
I tion of the Rights of Women Important
.. clear eyed scrutiny that sincere church San Francisco __ r8 82 ,

Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Holloway)) a I leaders give the Workings of their organ- Seattle ....".._._._, .W G2 horn. Died Sept. 10, 1797. .- -

r'JI\';' couple living near Woodland, Ga., re- ization the improvement that would result ,Tampa .. .",....64 84 I BEFORE SUCH A Announcementconcerning
Washington ,_,. 52 7r.Williston 1791-Samuel F. B. Morse the SMOOTH SHAVING BLADEat I
port the birth of their fourth consecutiveset I would be marked. u........ 42 60 artist-inventor of telegraphy, horn I this low price I
of twins. The birth control movement in Boston. Died in New York I - I the redemption of First and
TAXES PILED ON WEATHER. FORECASTTill : ) April 2, 1872.1820Herbert. '
r'f.FFor ? Bonds have been;
doesn't appear to be making much head- 0t Fourth Liberty Loan

lyay: in Georgia. ( 8 p. m., Sunday) I F made by the Treasury .Department. .t this
a great many years a large part Key West and Vicinity: Partly Spencer, English week.
philosopher, born. Died Dec. 8, ,
of the public has looked with dread to the 1D03. I i '

Remarkable fortitude was displayedby appearance of Federal income tax day. In- \t \ i _.-- I i

Rosa Maria Acosta of IIavana, who dividuals and industries were forced to t l.. We would be pleased to have you
.c I 1822-Ulysses!' S. Grant, Mexican 1
kept silence for five months on advice of turn into the treasury vast sums that might \:t "UV.. War !soldier, mid-West farmer .I consult us
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otherwise have been used for investment \. { real estate dealer and clerk h
}her doctor. At the end of the ordeal she ,
building, and the creation of employ- ;; From colonel to head of the Civil :
said: "I did something besides save my ment. I tl t__l ". War Union Armies, 18th Presi- A: P-l THE FIRST NATIONAL t BANK
dent, born at Point Pleasanton, ; .
voice ; I learned how to listen. Everyone Now the citizens of the don't 1'.Jt PROBAKr
country td Ohio. Died near Saratoga N. YM
4-might try it with profit. But they won't. face merely one income tax daymillionsof ? ty/r July 23, 1885. \ JUNIORs !: ,OF, KEY AVEST . ,

them face two and even three. In the Partly Cloudy
/ *M USA.
TM REG US PAT.Off Member... of the. Federal J Reserve
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1883-Arthur Somers Roche,
cloudy tonight and 1 moderate
<* What America needs i is a non-skid city of New York, for example, residents: Sunday; ( PTHER PATENTS PiHCtNC ;
easterly winds. novelist born at Somerville Ma-!I.
must the federal income tax, a state '.
bathtub, according to a Boston statistician, pay Florida: Generally fair tonight] Died' Feb. 17, 1935. .
income tax, and finally a municipal income and - "
Sunday; not much change in -- -- ---"
who declares the chances of injury by
tax. A similar situation is met by temperature.Jacksonville. Japanese scholars credit Tu

Flipping in a bathtub are a thousand times the citizens of New Castle county, Dela- Moderate !southeast to Florida winds Straits overj:i, rehsiang with being of a descendant Shantung, in China the .;-.... ...-........'..... i.-...-....'IIII.I.6I.1II.....................................-4.+ .d..d..1,.!

greater than riding on a railroad train, andtwo ware, which is now levying a county income north portion and moderate ea'teily 77th generation of Confucius ..

hundred times as great as riding in an tax, in addition to the state and fed- winds over south portion ands' believe there is a possibility there ::

eral taxes, as a means of financing relief weather partly overcast' tonight i! may be one other direct descendant Ga1.vanizedAi
}urplane. Some folks take their lives in and Sunday. J living. .

Their hands every Saturday night. expenses. .- - - -- -_., -. - 1 SPECIAL :
The aim of legislatures in these days Metal Goods QIILL
r.r. .r.! s+. :
seems to be to pile as many taxes on top of ( 64"# > - 4'

: There ought to be an age limit, he- taxes as a long-suffering public will btand.

;;ontl which hunting license fees should not The upshot is that the tax collector, in .

;>e required} according William LanipIvin many cases, is receiving all the surplus a Just Three No.l : 7Oc.V* >

of U Land. Fla., who claims t,) he TJGears business or an individual earns. There i is I : : 7Sc85c
no money left for investment for home "TV B S fio, 2 ", " .5 .
;:\ old. In spite of his.years:: Lampkin
l- construction, for industrial expansion.And .
c said to lie good luau but No. 3
a nmr many Months .. .
the of suffers accord- Leftin -
I cause recovery
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till agree that I persona.over'js>3years 'of ,( : .
: : '. .'.... ,Jngly. : '[t 10Sqriib : ray: ,

igt should he exeinphfrdnVpaying l "forsthe, !.11t One wonders how much longer the "t. .Jf & "., J ,.una "11111.1 ,.... ..:.'

irivilege of hunting.. f!4't : 'J?,., . 1} 1lllic' patience will last.! America i is be- which to'_<< take advantage. TubaFails ::':' f'., . !... ,t.;,; 4.35c- '- u sw( ,; rI ..

I . .-.-i'J. coming one of the most tax-ridden nationson : of.our liberal l offer onLIFTOP" 1 I ... ...-.,..- -.-...- ... .." ,.-. _Yo, _- ., ,,,111 II.'
) (1.1'1 '- '11. lO. I
llevival hId "Ii. .
of an racketjtls. :,reported,; earth-and only an aggressive, informed : I 'd' J.,. ,

rom Birmingham, Ala., where two young I and active public movement against' u I'I't, 12 qt. ,: '. '.30c, .... :, 't.'; : ,

men were arrested for selling suberiptions exorbitantly expensive government can 'I
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to popular magazines at greatly reduced save us from eventual tax bankruptcy.

l"utteol1pcting cash in advance. It J.
Pots 75c 85cDon't
was shown that the subscription moneywas STRANGER THAN FICTION Watering 8 qt. 10 qt. j

never sent to the publishers, and that -- Refrigerators :

the pretended' agents, had no authority to There i is: a story from Cleveland that .

represent:; them.A tells of visiting professor witnessing the Over one hundred of :' ; wait, only .limited nurfibe?

-_.- modern type show in which beautiful and M
customers have alreadY sold at thesis prices
our 4i
cow with two mouths, owned by alluring girls surprise the audience with i C'ahhvell of Jone J oio, Ark.', may be what they forget to wear. taken advantageof .

:Exhibited at the :Memphis cotton carnival After the performance the professorwas this attractive offer.down Drop (in] ,and Look over ,pur housgfiolddeparttnent ;

jn May. With drouth) dust storms and ihe missing. For a day and a night he I : we fiape :

consequent scarcity of feed, it is hard absent-mindedly wandered about the,. $ rii
: various articles tl.RtmqJ..p attractive :
enough to find subsistence for a cow with streets of the place forgetting its name or I .. iuo'r .!-.:. .. :rc : selulff1 -- >.

only one mouth these days. what!: he was doing there.. Then he recovered -, "'<' '" : .and : ;:
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and got in touch with friends. :
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; The late famed sleuth, William J. The story intrigues. Where could the, ; F */ I : ,

Burns, did not have a particularly high good professor have been living, up to this( and fqLQS! ,AU JUIS coDy. ':1 Shower and Gifts .
$1.00 2..t.milkeipts.creua; ; Wedding !: or ;
ttpimon of his own profession.:; Shortly before time, that he could be so. affected by such tt:.,. .- 1 4oz. eggs 1 ttk. bmntr 0 I
month untilJuly 2 pCDCCM: -:2 nor trait .
his death he said : "Private detectives a performance? Has he not seen the per iei re _-l bottle rtitop .
1 bottle cherries :2 Ibs.
as a class are the biggest lot of blackmailing screen cuties or the local beauties at the ,I I first._ letac"boos s_ IS I *bit.roue cticavber*I head 'I -Bridge Party Prizes, ,
'7 lbs (60MUM I b..ckc *
thieves that ever went unwhipped beach, or, perhaps, witnessed some of the lcrj*}_ :2 crape frail-;2 I ,

..of justice." sights. that have fascinated. the eyes of ..: See us regarding thistrjal lenuBS tar.wUJ*S drcMiac orca orimgeI 1 Ib.larJ .. I I"Y
2 l ft-ot-cr .
men, for 'the past decade or two? 1 plan. anlctteeea.ea taieers 4t.;water. tnr.l20 bonJe cot h' pur !home*! It* is j worthy. j ,*f'e beat"I

Discovery of a }process for extracting; A, most interesting case, surely! 1t pd cabs-i 2 Ibt. oi iccl. i

gasoline) from cotton seed has been an- demonstrates again that truth' 'is stranger-" Sputb Florida d .Contracdng} $ EHfiJneerfflg Co. .

.jiounced. But if scientists could'devise: away than fiction. Imagine some gay boy> I viCT

to extract the tax from gasoline it I around town getting by with a story like 5 TbcKeyWeslEledncCw, Phone? 598 White t and! ,Eliza Streets

:Would be even more helpful to the long. that! It requires, at )least, a very absent- I ......................................................................
Buffering motorist. I Ii minded professor. A' II1IIrEflr s latlt'IIr J I 111 #I.iI'III.
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LWJ ._ 18G5-Steamship 'Sultana' exploded COLUMN I Ii I NOTICE 19 IIp.n.mcn'E .
_ __ . I that under ami bv virtue of. and
Tf'1 -J SPcfltTL .
) on Mississippi with fuss of rmr..uattt to that Certain d l .
SYNOPSIS: Jamtt and Jan after his bath with'Jane's best mono. : : i .,..... j I 1500 lives.1882Diedaged.
Stlmton art tettled in a kou. some : .3. :!!!! anilnl T<- towels wicked
-(40..II. tr -I- by'Aerfatr. grammed was a I nf March A, D: 1':5. i'y the Honor-
.nd JOII'.r.ef 6. tk. latterand perfidious? rather than a,meritorious. _.. . -,-- ."' '''N' '_ 78, Ralph ;. FOR" RENT '' !tile! Jefferson n Brown, Judge uf
{*. wetfdfiiff 9. .* 1.. Jamttfnd I acL '' -s I 1 the Circuit Court .,f the Twentieth
alto lol *. (* wppMerf to Waldo Emerson, America's great Judicial Circuit( >lonrcrCouat' >,
,net/if fctt own '.Aunt Sarah who; lie learned that Jane believed ..,... es\a'ist-thinker.! BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Florida, In Chanof-ry; that Certain
livtt in tk. old konn In loot born that klsstng'fiboalif be kept for special I I Hour, Day or Week. P.epairl cause therein pending, herein
in, and alunift be on call at the Itrrlln .\. Sawyer 1.. complainant
Northmtt'. Jant't parent bar occasions such as parting or -- -- -- - --- 1924-Died-aged 51, at Cata. all makes and paint them with and V. .V. f:atti and Hrlrn II (ialti.
Jamil:and James tore' tie Nertkr greetings or good nights or good i wissa Pa., 'Clover: oldest horse Xu-Enlmel. We carry a >full' his .'lf<>. \\\llllam K Kelly and
.. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGETTYSBURG
Janice Betldet otkrrtcUs Jane-* k/i*offended tied k<* mornings or moments oC high emotion. 14.NTi PHILS' VETERANS TO known in world. supply' of parts. Agent for the ,' Catherine diannon*It metimei Kelly his" known wife Johns *

f hilled>npp fll (hIss A* .**. 4111" would; hate twtisbrthsra. but thought it anti and not I\ .. t Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And ,' John S. iannonx.. Lewis K. jf'rn.a
tut for her "
quite "nlcenow that ber first ardor 1933-Mob dragged district< I sell them as low as $5.00 :, Etnery I. Pierce and Robert 11.i .

bad been satisfied! to be kissed frequently BATTLE'Tj( 'TIE ., 0 MEET JUNIOR judge from bench' at Le Mars I down and $1.00 per week. We I II i derKlirned Russell: are Special the I defendant: Manter In the Chanery un-

Chapter 30 for no reason at alL James t "" fiN REVERSE Iowa I Buy and Sell all makes of used I II I < appointed I.y said decree, willoffer
was perhaps almost overly demon'I'I for sale and fell at public)
jN TEAM SUNDAY1 Bicycles Phone 276. J. R. t.Utcry to the highe bidder for
MONGRELJ strative and was certain take offense r $ $ I .
J3JPN LEGALS Stower1 company, 515 Duval i -ash. before the front door of the
AMES.wa and get on his dignity when County Court House In Keye..t.I .
able about this timeto ( HECK) street.
By : ,
accused of :aIWne s.: Monroe County. Florida on Monday
back the twins for their I the Cth day of llaj A. D JUS
pay .. IN TUP rinniT C"ot'ltT op wits
The honeymoon was soon over fI .
timely CARDINALS WIN FROM .PIRATES .. ? - BASEBALL CAME ARRANGEDTO T'% \TIFTH Jl'1H('III. ('IIH"I IT i PIANO TUNING I (being a rule day of Mid Court anda
care of Peter. for Jan i Kerertbefess Jane was legal Kales day) during the legal
Wild yells groans, cur es, OF Tin 1TVTF OP IIOUII)\.
One Sunday at the dinner table sensible enough to recognize .the IN ELEVEN-INNING BE PLAYED HERE; MUCH IN .4ND Toil' :MONIIOi. : ('OlNTl.IN '., I hour... of saltowit. between 11
*r J * divots caddies hjenalike laughter <'II 'N<'.:111.MrrrrnKs PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo., o lotk in the forenoon and 2
he noticed that the twins' eyes were boyish affection In most'of James I 10't'10"
f : .\. TMOR < in the afternoon of said day,
red and that they ate scarcely any demonstratlTeness and made a real. FRACAS; REDS LOSE TOCHlCAGp tt'es. shouts and lamentationswere INTEREST MANIFESTED IN: t'her husband 'nd joined next: I reno. Excellent piano for sale the C..n"wlnlt described property.

thing. Instead of stuffing themselves If always apparent effort to appear I flying all over the golf fil.-nd. II. 1C. TATIXJH cheap. 1018 Division street. t., satisfy the said decree hy paymentof
PROPOSED CONTESTBy amount therein specifiedIn :
until ther.skins popped,as was their more affectionate than she was. Complainants. I apr22.jmoiNSTRUCTION the City of Keyett..
Thursday. It vs. 1-orecloHnrc .r 1.1f"1I1or
course! was a great I
.habit., During all that first year and well J Tan erfirieale I, Monroe County. Florida known
Mr. show while it ted-and it lasted PIURI.ES S. \\TEH and I : a* Lots Three Ute Four (4)) andHve
Northrup. too. was Dot bischatty Into the second :year of her marriage I .
I (3) In Klock Fifteen (iS)
.. :Mrs \XTl R. hi* wife. if
Mrs. <'| rrlal (. TIuCliii ) four hours and covered ( JOVE I I
self and .Northrnp Jane continued to be ridden 19 holes.It ) married and if dead their unknown as shown on the Plat of The

teemed more tight lipped and Ironclad wttn serjant troubles but it speaks NEW'YORK.: 'April 'i1.-The looked like an argument between The Veterans will'be here Syn- heirs. derisory. Kranters! I KEYEST EXAMINATION'S. Kf'YYf'lit"' Investment Com-
auhdlrlHlon of of
) part
than usuaL As soon 'as they much for young! Mrs.! Samson's. efficiency ;STew. .York Giants. and ,the Phillies four Marx day with their new baseball uniforms or other claimants et alI Ikrfendant Immigrant Patrol Inspector Tract 17. duly recorded In Plat

had a mouthful or two of lemon pie that her house continued to played to a 5-5 tie in a thirteen-, the Brothersand and ready to win from our It appearing l>> the sworn hill of .Applications close IayI.I.Ien I Hook ], stage 63. of .Monroe.

the twins excused themseltes and be run 'as by clockwork, that her the Man on the Flying Trapeze Junior League champions. The complaint filed in the al>o\e stated 2136. Start $1800 year. Full I County, Florida Records. :
Afterward found and attics and cellar could inning game which was called on What ? cause that the ,defendant Charless '' AI.loOo'S'1I. CM-MUE. JR.
disappeared. James closets was it Merely them Vets will use their pitching ace. Haxter and Mrs. Jtaxter. his particulars FREE. Write in'nre- SII"'r in Chancery
oat from 'the- cook that they were bear inspection at any hour of the account o! darkness. John, Moore ch-herald'd golf match of I Lefty Lewkis and his mate on wife, If married, It alive are diately. Franklin Institute, Dept. II.\\"MONO n. J.O HP.
In'' the stable and followed them day. that her hired girl (New Con residents of the Mate of "' I I solicitor for the Complainant.
there: cord did not rise to the dignity ot hit two home runs to keep the Daddy and Ike vs Pete and Hor the other end of the line to receive and that their place of .. ('non-I I "35 A, Rochester N. Y.apnl26272930.maylx. apre.is20may!

Philadelphia aggregation: in ,the ace. When the greenskeepers had his shoots will be none other than"Scrappy" I is particular! known to affiant Is I ::! ::! ; ,
The twins were In the carriage maids until some years ,later) was gone over the course and rostanlev: K Miller and rank ]
room caressing a skin and bones never known to answer the front running, with Joe Moore and Dick sweptup Harrison.At i I..wlll. :31 Milk Street baton, I Subscribe? to The Citizen.
I the arms, legs, stray ears and first the bridge builders mil I MassachuRettit That complainant
door beD in a frowsy dress or apron. Bartelf circuit drives II
mongrel dog lay panting on .
in informed and '
mising'e! !\, it was found! that : \eril) believes that
New Concord rendered Jane duecriIut1it 1 have Nabor; at second Sickler .
a pile of sacking.. { during the had Aon Bald Charles S. Raster Is game. Daddy free dinner.
} was also toHf With ; a. and at third. Beck. iThe latter that at the time of his death was a '
They explained that they bad tol 1 The trouble' bn bachelor that left Binds direct from factory
pound cpnslderable relish'oy Jane's con The Brooklyn Dodgers went started the first named player; knows how to handle I ; he helm deviseep -
: the mongrel J following p .' grantee or other ' Jmporal1bI.Je' s no wagon driven by a dnmten farmb.an4.JJe victory over. the J hot corner in great style. At are unknown to complainant
tier big brttse. her"'. Alphonse un.neces.1
short the Vets will Kubes a'
,his use \
4d flicked her with to1, this being the straight
!said Charles S. Baxter Is c'o'! Inc.
talntog- that It'w&OthmhargbisipIn Daddy. In lieu* therof he 'sent ShreveporLLa., .
whip and'tone off on a gallop. fast, peppery ball player. In the Stanley Tt Miller and Frank Lewis \L MAKESINTEGRITY
defeat for the Braves. Zacharyand
I w6tilet i ber.Nor the humbler qvaittroof- th4 I Daddy a "telegram" before each outfield will be Gilliard in left : :II Milk Mreet. Boston Massachusetts ; I
"They ns keep
well:as.In. the agencies IneSalnt Leonard was on the mound shot. This procedure began to : ; that complainant verily l>elievea ;
its who also to be of the kc1.i. -
gortinC He fighting back one that said defendants are '
Joseph and Kansas City that "she" for the ,;{nners'with Fiankhouse I get under Daddy's skin and the each over the of '
sobs.They say we bare to give her : best boxers in the camp and a' ape twenty-one FURNISHED' BUNGALOW" mod-
was hard to Work for and 11eDire years and that there I is no
to' the dog catcher'tomorrow." and friendly but kinda glum. and Benton doing the twirling climax was reached when Harpo !! good left fielder. Baker hit a : the State of Florida the senice personin I I i ern conveniences. 634 William1

And abcs a mother dog. aboutto for the Boston club. Babe Ruth began sending the messages 1n4, couple out to the swamps up at the of a summons in chancerj upon I street Apply Valdes Bakery. [ fr

bare pupples.Nate explained unnecessarily shorthand This caused Daddy to::i Snake Creek ball field and Gilliard: whom would hind I said defendants I
Jane's !efficiency'! was at last remained from the or any of them That thereal estate apr27
"The dog catcher will BUT When she bad been again away run all over three fairways hunting I I i just waded in and caught the ball : involved In this cause Is des Of T4iS
kill her . and drown the puppies. ;>ark because of a cold. Mumpsy to read them for ('nl>ed as follows: In, 5l<.nro(>, .
FOR RENT Furnished
married about seventeen months she Kakey will be in center and Snull- Apartment
Count Florida, to-wit
He Inltl'ed.Sh loves us. She really found Anna. the perfect servant. Ed Heusser, Cardinal, rookie, I him. It is suspected that Mumpsjcroseed \ I ridge in right. Lots J. Seventeen :(17)i) and I I , all modern con\eniences. INSTITUTION

does love" us. See how she licks my and her domestic difficulties were held the Pittsburgh Pirates to j up the works by furnY>h- Licata and Neary will be infield Eighteen (IS) in Square fine (1) <528hite; street or inquire at I
of Tract
hand Nate broke down and cried. 1 TWf'nl.n (!7)
solved. ing Daddy with a very "free" substitutes and Sutton and Cole according to the Martello Towers Gaiti's Barber Shop.
James was close .to crying himself."WelCwe three hits in an eleven-inning apr27-1t1 j I M AN'S AA.CRt TO bSt
Anna was a large. raw boned. translation. He soared up into will be the pitchers held in reservein '" subdivision 1'lat of which! l Is [
cant have that.he saW fracas, and downed the Bucs by a duly recorded In Plat Look I. I
washed-out blonde In her late
I stratosphere and to FOR -
began '
Quickly 1'll tell you what well do. case something goes wrong. page 140 Monroe Count>'. Hor- THAN Tf E SALt
twenties who had labored In the of 3 to 2. Heusser succeededBill I I
Terry. old cocker spaniel died score spurt words like a phonograph. For the locals, Joe NavarrO will ida Records

l last week my of old age and Jett wont fields in Sweden and tossed off the Walker in the fifth inning.. The main blow-up, however,1 i I receive them behind the plate; defendants It Is therefore Charles Ordered S. Baxter that said and SEVERAL DELCO and Kohler

live much longer Peter needs someone work of the SUmson household ss Guy ush also pitched good ball came on No. 10 when Harpo suggested Sahnero Wickers, Sevilla Martinez Mrs --'- Itaxter. his wife. if married -I light plants cheap. Diesel. En Of *

young to'play with Suppose we casually pitchfork as of hay.a farmer Anna tosses was not aloft bean a for his club, but was replaced by that Daddy was having.1 or Sanchez will pitch; Cas- heirs. ,and devisees If dead'grantees their or unknown otherclaimants I 1 gines. P. O. Box 211, .Tcmpa.: I '-4'-

take her out to old home and his own scores. Daddy denied this. Fla. mar23-30;aprG-13-20-21
my Iful: to look upon. having a large Swift in the concluding inning. tellano at first; Al. Acevedo at having or claiming anInt..rf'.t

turn her over to Aunt Sarah and birthmark that covered her left The Cincinnati Reds lost to the and said that his partner, Ike, was !p second; Dickey Navarro at third; in and described to the be, and proJ1t'rtyh..rf'lnbf'rore they, I I- "

Aunt Lou. They're fond of dogs andthey'll cheek and about which she was excessively Chicago Cubs 3 to 2. Tex Cat Ic supposed to do that for him. Ike1' John Navarro at short and the are hereby required to appear to FOR SALE

be crazy about the puppies. sensitive. She suffered besides pltcher fanned eight opened his mouth to come to outfield will be Rueda Lopez, the bill of complaint filed in xaidcause 1- I
ton. Chicago before the
You to them after II on or Monlay 6th I
ran go see every PRINTING-Quality at ,
from a disappointment In love batsmen> anti the outfield put out Daddy rescue but a divot flew Douglass! Domenech or Barcelo. day of May X I). 1935. otherwisethe -
noon" and }hated bitterly not only the author i in and Ike left the battle. Daddywas I Local fans know the junior allegations of said bill will betaken I I the Lowest;; Pric(',. The Art-I II
Four round tear'streaked blue nine more. as confessed by said defendants .
of her woes. but all the rest of "plugged" and went dithering, ; man Press. aug7
champs! and that i H saying
triumphed league
china eyes regaided him worshipfully The New York Yankees I I TREVOR
its treacherous sex.We've ; all over the course. Harpo was enough It is further Ordered that this ,& MORRIS,]
brute the Philadelphia
The poor suffering on over Order 1 he published. once each a'eekfor FOIl''SALETwo
the floor plumped her'tall hopefully got a new glrl.Jamea Athletics, 11 to 2. Vito Tamutis! one up. Daddy then accused him I The_ band will be out and a ,good four consecutive weeks in The i OLD PAPERS -INc.'Oldest ( .-
told his Aunt Sarah during one of of docking his ,own score seven ;I all. Key West Citizen a newspaper published J bundles for Sc. The C.itizep'Of. 0
"Rut but suppose your the firing line for thej 1 ; time will be had by
was on
their cosy Sunday.terpoons before 1 'strokes I in Monroe: County Florida."I fice. pet 16I Continuous )ford
aunt wouldn't like ns hanging on No.6. Harpo was| ' '
an open fire In the library. Yanks, taking the place of Lefty ated April 3. 1531.Ross I I lealer \\n the \yorld"OWE I "
around so much. Nate protested from I: "plugged" and they were both up. ,! C. SAWYER, .
who prevented
Miss Sarah was only too delighted Gomez was I I CHALLENGE FORBASEBALL Clerk of Circuit Court. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 ,
*gruffly" to have James to herself one after playing owing to a cold. 1 Spottsy was railed in as referee : RAYMOND It LORnSolicitor sheets 75c. The Artman)>Press.:
Oh. Aunt Sarah and Aunt Lou in ,
1 I and rendered a decision favor for Complainant
noon a week. Miss Sarah still kept The Cleveland Indians tri
are used to boys. They're pretty of Harpo but with flock of .pnU.IImar4. I !aug
np the fiction! even with Aunt Lou. umphed easily over the Detroit! GAME .
lonesome out there alone. They'll be :
tickled to death Jo have 10U.1'1 ." that she was pleased and happy'at Tigers, 11 to 3. Two succesiive II i qualifications in favor of Daddy- --- -- ----
But Miss so the fight went on amid flying
her nephew's marriage. -
tell what. Puppies eat an home runs in ,the third inning, one .

wfiu lot after you' they get bigger Well I Sarah petitioned her Maker nightly by Hale with two men on basest I, niblics lurid terminology, and George Lee, manager of the I- .- ' .._ ...- ... - .- ,-'-... .. . . .- '. < ''' .. ,
to: root out her growing dislike for accounted I I acrobatic acorekeeping. Tigers baseball club has issued a
take them hones and buy them meatWe'd and one by Campbell,
James' wife. Now she said. Poor Goose' This wa not the only foursome challenge to the Coconuts' base _ .
Gos "
like to nonestlThaI' for the Indians' runs. -1 I 5 ee'.5sw.as5.5s.:
Jane seems to have had a hard timekeeping in trouble however for Li was ball club for a series of five ',
s a fine Idea. I don't suppose lin hit a home run for Detroit. I
a servant. But that is not r k. _
there will be many hones with only The St. Louis Browns went discovered in a bunker biting; games for the colored championship _
with housekeepers
two women In the house" unusual"I have a premonition young that this down in defeat at the hands of the chunks out of a putter and rave of the city. .

"Hut how Kill we get her out White Sox 11 to' 4. The ing.. "I make pars and birdies and The challenger says .
one is going to stick to us for life. ,
ther r Norris asked. She can't. James answered lazily and relatedAnna's White Sox assaulted four t. still I lose!" In the meantime, his "I will depend entirely on my ,

walk" The poor mother very evlden'tly history. Louis[ pitchers for five home runs partner Curry was stomping balls regular line-up: Joe McGee behind .

was close to her hour "111 -Poor thing. You'll have to be anti 11 other hits. into the' dirt and hurling clubs into the plate; Alpheus Dean in the

hire a urrlnge.James said, briskly kind herr the woods In another match box; Mounts on first; Gallagherat
extra to Senators dou
The ned ;
I Washington t
Ah<1 did Sally as she was afterwards .
the made the lowest third Hannah
Mayor score second V. Dean at
named Not me. rye tried to make friends the Boston Red Sox. 10 to 5. ; ;
tenderly I
was conveyed
and been firmly put In my place the Senators fir't vic he has had for seven years, jet at short; Albury at leftfield; ;
This was
on a pillow (off Nate* bed)
Anna has trusted one man but pever he claimed\ that playing for the Gonzalez at centerfield and In-
to her new home In the empty Man tory in four, starts against! the
another She has Just about as much ; supper had him off his game. chaustigue at nghtfield.
don barn The next morning Sallywas Sox. Whitehill did the twilling;
affection for me as she'd have fora But back four Dun
the vaingloriously proud mother for Washington. to get to the "If Manager George
of three male puppies The twins poisonous snake. The summaries. : I Marx BrotherS-no such weird wants to play, I will play his team I
"That can't be very pleasant" golf has been for a for barrel of' beer time
named them' James the first. James NATIONAL LEAGUEAt seen many a any I }
"Pleasant? Pleasant is the last r, : ,
the second and James the third explaining New York R. H. E.. moon. Ike bounced one off the and any place that "Squire" wants
would apply to'Anna.
to the somewhat over word you ever railroad and\,it l landed .on 'No 3 tplay.So'putup.: or.shut up." I IIi
Anna n!n made up her mind to be ]I Philadelphia ---eo'''' -........ 5 11 4 ., '* ..' ... I .fJ'
wiJmef1 thai
} recipient of this flattering a lovelorn damsel the rest of her New York ...,.. ............ R 13 1 green Nate&lyhe-elalmed 1
tribute they were to be railed I he did it Harpo shot I.:
on purpose.
life"f (Called end of 13th inning on aefVS'count -' .iAGUE*
/antes: Jimmy and! J.l\nJ: "Hare you said anythinga('.,flII7" of darkness. ) from No 4 tee. landed on Noj, BANDINGS
Though It was nov.c evident to : claimed :after
thing td Jane about moving back Batteries: Bivin E. Moore, Joj-| C green and he was '

onulders In James the now uadIwo warm And tb the"Mans1onw"Mfs7'SaraTfasTted gens and Wilson; HubbelT Gabler,)Ja birdie Daddy 4 sqd an. .ifmsilfle, 'AMEJUdMiLEAGUE;' .
friend* enemy's camp. timidly. "This big house is pretty ball and always found it about t '
:AUK! Sarah's and Aunt ..Lnv'a mo-- Smith. tout. Luque and Man- i Club- W. L. Pet.
expensive to heat In the wInter, I Richards. J225:; yards down Jhe middle of the I _., .... .875
nptAnous tires had a u.k"l;hlnes! cuso Cleveland e.asa -5 7-yiL
tf Aunt Lou and 1 "I 5
that No. '
thought' Horace drove
!They said fairway on I ... .
the Northrup twins were I Chicago .* .m. 73 .700 I
moved to' the tottage perhaps and curved and hit
the Un best behaved boys they had and At Brooklyn R. II. E. ; the ball I Boston ...._-........... ...... 6 3 .667

ever met.JMPS could get along of on the less Income from you Boston ...._..................... 484 1 him. It seems that he paid New York .m..-.........? 5 4 .556
could have part
what's left from grandfather's Brooklyn ....' .................. 592 George! Dodge good money to Washington ._." ......_ 5 4 55C

learned a great many valuable estate" your Batteries- Frankhousc Benton : cure his slice and now he figures St..Louis ...."'......._..... 2 C .250 ) .f '

S things that first year of his "What Grandfather left Is yours." and Spohrer; Zachary. Leonardand I that the only way to get his money Philadelphia _.,._..... 27 .222 : : .

man-lag lie learned not to smokeall James answered shortly. "No. I Phelps. back is to exhibit: the slice and Detroit .............._.._. 28 .200
over" the house but only In hIs I haven't said anything'to Jane Her I charge admission.

den. house is still a new toy. I'm waiting At Cincinnati R. II. E. Daddy rays he will never play NATIONAL LEAGUE
lie learned that his habit of wakIng . I IClu
until she gets tired of It.I ." Chicago ...-..-..-.-...._. ..--. 351 against Pete again. Since no one b- W.'I* Pet. ; Yeq.. CHARMSATURDA

up each morning cheerful and, suppose that Is wise. Miss Cincinnati .. ...................- 2 8 2:I else will play with any of the Brooklyn .......--....._.. 82 .800 ,,

sportive as' a young with puppy.his and wife attempting Sarah sighed. And talked briskly of Batteries: Carleton and Hart- I j four, the captains are getting New York -...-.............. 5 2 .714

while she was fo romp sleepy and cross wasa something else. They usually talked nett; Johnson, Brennan and Camp around it by matching Daddy and I I St. Louis ._._.......... 54 .556

little less reprehensible than wife briskly of something mentioned.else after bell. I Pete against Ike and Horace for Chicago ............,......... 5 4 .556 There's one .essential 1 on which} beauty specialists

beating (Jane In fact stated she. Jane's name had been ) I next time. No one knows what Cincinnati .................-55 .500 everywhere agree-the use of plenty of hot water.It .

would prefer a beating) CopyrIght I,JJ. tlateel B. ranham At St. Louis-! R. II. E.,I I scores were made Thursday but Pittsburgh .................. 4 6 .400 I stimulates circulation . induces relaxation . .

lie learned that wiping up the Monday that hI Pittsburgh ....._.._....--2 7' 1 the caddy turned >n the following Philadelphia _._....... 26 .250 ...

dark stained wooden bathroom floor I II James.on the realizes Ipot." StLouis.-3 7 1 : Daddy, 111; Ike, 107; Pete, Boston '_.........:! --... 2 7 .2221,I and of course it cleanses. Hot water !is, j in fact, the,

- -- - -- Batteries: Bush Swift and Pad.,I 1120; Horace, lOG. 4 I greatest beauty secret of all!
--- - "
den \Valker, 'Housser and DaMS.. ] TODAY
.Sse --eO..ITodty' WW....>< j All states in the union also The '$tura,.'family,. ,of Sweden I Yqu may have an abundant supply. ] teaming hoi_

Birthdays Canada and France. are re- AMERICAN LEAGUE i furnished three successive regentsto AMERICAN LEAGUE whenever you want it-easily and inexpensively. '-'

CC.SSSCCCS.S.. pre ented in the visitor's book a; At Philadelphia' R. H. E. that'fOun .:'J',during the period St. Louis at Chicago-Walkup $1.75 down. .and. $1.75 a month is all, it costs to own..
.o..i e\V yrlc ":"" ...n --__.11 9 0 ((1470-1520)) it' 'w.s' nominally. v!!.:Earnshaw. ," -

Frank R. McNmch of N. C., : the Creek council house museumat Philadelphia ._... ..... 281 united with, Denmark. Detroit ,at .Cleveland-Bridges an, Automatic, Gas Water HeaterAesure ,. .

chairman of the Federal Power' Oknrulgee ,Okla. Batteries: Tamnlis and Dickey; vs.' Harder. for yourself this greatest of beauty!. aids by

Commission, born at Charlotte, C2']' Cascarella, Lieber Mahaffey, Caster -: California's; almond industry New York at Philadelphia. -Allen i installing in home .
year ago. j jProf jt I t According to the United States 1 and'Foxx. !Berry. dating back to 1843 produces an vs. Dietrich your .

department of agriculture, thcountry' ; average yield of 13,220 tons from Washington at. Boston-Hadley
I : R. I!. E.
At Cleveland
Charlw. T. Copeland of! 72.600 acres of bearing trees. vs.! Welch.
Harvard. famed I -* hay crop in 193' was Detroit .....::.. ...._._._ '3 10 'I

Calais Me, 75 teacher born at I about 67 per cent of the average' I' Cleveland ......t.__ ..-.*-11 13 0 Andrews, Blaeholder and Hems- NATIONAL LEAGUE

ye r1:0.. 1 yearly yield 'I 'Batteries: Aukert> rov der,i Icy Heath; Lyons anlt Sewell Boston at 'Brooklyn-Brandt vs.. Florida Public Utilities Company
I 1
Ilogsett and Ilayworth. . ; Hudhn, I Benge.
Dr \\ilhain 1>. Lewis presidentof MyatL ' t At Boston R. II. E. New York M
York clergy man. Lorn at St Paul I, and Philadelphia at -.. Collins
the American Law Institute _10 12 '3
Washington __ .Fitzsimmons.

}Philadelphia-, born there,, C8 years Minn, 64 years !ago. At Chicago== = R. H. E.! .Boston., ...,,*__ 585 Pittsburgh at St. Louis-Weaver : JACK R. HYMAN, ,Sales Manager i

ato.) Sir Henry Prayton of Toronto. St. Louis 462 : Batteries: Whitehill and Bol- vs. Hallahan..

Canadain statesman, born .at. .Chicago .. I 11 16 0.I Jon; Grove, Hockette and R. Fer- Chicago at Cincinnati-French. '

Dr. John... .U.. ,Randall. .. ... : of'. : _New T.... ..Kingston... ... Ont.., "GI.<.> years'.ago.- Batteries:, 'N'wsom, Wetland, rell, Berg. 5 vs.-Derrin 55 "f5--\i er.: ', : ,I -' iIOi,, ....... __ i . """-" ...S I........ .-.... YLW .-: '.' ... .:"_ ....; _.I.





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COLORED SCHOOL '1 1I r Rex McFall of Abiline, fresh-
PERSONAL MENTION man of Texas Christian univer-

SOCIETY At The Stores 1I 1, ..............I PLANS PROGRAM sity, is the thirty-fifth member of
:x: : : - - - - - - - - - ----- - - ----- - - - - -- -- JACKSON SQUARE: his clan to attend the school! since

Sam McClintock, who was in Dwight Russell)), who was ---I I I 1887.
.. .... I I I
Islamorada looking after his prop- ing a few days in Miami with I I -

; I erty interests, returned today. tives, returned yesterday.: I ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR 'I

I There is a special sale in the 0. B. Hill, of Tavernier was Alfred Baker left yesterday CELEBRATING MAY DAY I I NOON BY WELTERS' Special Sailings;

ladies' department of The Hub an arrival this afternoon to spenda afternoon for Miami and Coconut I

For Miss Anna TuttleMrs. I Store this week on Dresses ordered few days with relatives and Grove for a visit with relatives.Mrs. ON WEDNESDAY CORNET BAND

I I for Easter but did not arrivein friends. !I I KEY WESTNEWYORK
time. Hamilton Williams and

Rafael Solano. Jr., Izetta Demeritt, Lois Sawyer Dot- Manager William Mendell states Mrs. R. JL\ Ellison. proprietor I little son left yesterday afternoonfor .I A varied program of activities'_ The program for the concert to,i' -to-
tained with miscellaneous tie Bearup, Angela Alvarez Theo I I
a enter-I that the delay was due to a strikein of MunBon Island'.Fishing; Camp Coconut Grove' to -' spend awhile has been arranged .by student? I l he given tomorrow afternoon at
er Thursday afternoon in Lounders, Bobby Solano. the New York factory just before -< was an arrival this morning and with relatives.
tional Guard in honorof Mofdames Mary E. Bethel Jos. and faculty members of thr Douglass . 4:30 o'clock by Welter's Cornet
the Eastern season. The will visit with friends: I II I I S. S. "Henry R. Mallory"FRIDAYS
Miss Anna Tuttle, whose marriage Menendez, C. M. Russell Hastings dresses' arrived this week and will I I Mrs. Agnes Pritchard returned School for the first! week in I Band, directed !by Tony Welters, : MAY 10 and 24 4

to Orion Lounders will be Roberts, Lee Thompson. H. S. be placed! on sale! far below the I I Robert) Leis was returning! yesterday; from Miami where she :. May to bring to the attention' of vas announced this morning. I Due New York Tuesdays A. M.
solemnized! 5 o'clock tomorrow Hendricks, C. II. Ketchum Jose the people of Key West what M The
prices at which they were manu-; passenger by rail this afternoon fpent three months visiting her I program, which is to be hat
afternoon in the First Methodist Pelaez, A. Cobo, Russell Hoff, being accomplished::. at the colored i Class S45
factured to sell. 1 from a short Business\, ; trip to Miami. fbns-in-law and daughters, Mr. presented in Jackson Square, f wi Fare
church. Grace Mumford, J. Piodela J. E. I < "' ) and !Mrs.\ W. B.. Rude and Mr.\ and school. .1 F
lows 1 1I 3rd Claw
The drill hall of the armory| Lewis Russell Kerr, Ulric Gwynn, AFTER EASTER REDUCTIONS I !.I Mrs. 'W. W. Williamson. Opening Monday\ and continuing : 825
was artistically decorated in ferns,!Rex Shaw II. Finlayson C. Weath- r! through May 6, an exhibit 1 I FareIncluding
Now that the Easter rush ii!, Alfred Acherson. who in! :\
cut flowers and drapes, the color! j erford, Raymond Johnson R. J. was I from all departments of the I!! March, "Our Director". K.: ; : MeaU and Berth
over there are reductions in Miami\ for week business Dr. E. W. Masten. who, for the
every I a on ,
rcheme of pink and white predom-1 Dethel, I. L. Wilkins. Chas. Salas, I school will be in progress show: Bigelow. 1 AUTOS CARRIED: AT LOW
department of the D. Aronovitz returned past 15 years, has spent his: win- .
mating throughout.; I N. B. Shanahan. Ralph Johnson, I yesterday.Mrs. II II ing various activities of the stu-I Selection, "Bohemian Girl"- I RATES.: $27.50 if 2 pmswrnjreni -
Department Store. The entire lineof I I ters in Key West, left on the Mallory
While Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz I Louis Solano Ellis Archer, JackD. dents. Artistic scientific and I 5.00 more if one
ladies dresses is Bascom L. Grooms steamer last night for New
summer now ,
Fang "I Love You Truly," with j Harris Vincent Cremata Merrill literary work will be exhibited in Waltz "Rosella" W. L. passenger
being closed out. I I was spending a few days in Miami\ :: York City, en route to his home I Skaggs.I ,
Miss Alee Curry at the piano, I Roberts, Helena Sawyer II. A. the high school auditorium.The .
I E.
j :: in Syracuse.Mrs. SMITH Agent, Key West
This store is now showing the with her daughter, Mrs. Rosalind I
Little Robert Braun and Andre : Moore Phil Archer, Glen Archer, school will celebrate MayDay March "American Army Life"Marcy
latent style shoes for ladies. misses I I Palmer, returned '
yesterday accompanied i' B. Darnall.
Mumford delivered the gifts, Thelma Spear, Raymond Bethel, Wednesday" and the program CLYDE-MALLORY LINESI
and children and a complete line by Mrs.\ Palmer who F.. W. Etheridge, president I ,
which were tastefully aranged in j L. DiXe ro. Jr. was arranged with the aid of the I Overture, "Bandsmen's; Delight"
of men's and boys' suits. will visit for a while with her of the Missionary Society of First
express wagons, to the honoree. j j Robert Knowles, Lewis Cruick- I Methodist church Mrs. George E.; recreation department of the Key Skagrjjs.
Bridge was played by the guects.In hank, Frank Sawyer, Leonard parents. j I West A'dministration. A coronation Fox Trot, .Wltide"-Gui( : Kelm. i
THE STORE OF FASHION and Mrs. W. A. Sanders, '
the games of Contract, the Warren, Harold Cruz, J. Otto I I I ceremony will .tart atl Selection "II Tro\'otore"-Ver-

high score prize was won by Mrs. i Kirchheiner, Colton Park. William Although The Store of Fashion :Manuel Camus was an arrival!I delegates, who attended the district 2:30 p. m.. followed 10 minutes;! di, arranged by Makie Beyer.

Russell Hoff, while) the Auction ;i Almyda Sydney Mathews, carries a most complete line of I in Key West yesterday from Miami -;;; meeting of the societies in later by May pole dances. Amassed a-Fierce Flame Raging !I WOMEN'S SMART
Miami returned this afternoon.Mr. .
to attend the funeral of his! I
prize was won by Mrs.\ J. Otto Leroy Sawyer, Peter Knight Otto up-to-the-minute readytowearfor I drill by students of the b-Gipsy SongcTt'mpest -

Kirchheiner. : Lundquist, Warren ladies, mises and children, : sister, Mrs. Antonio Perez de Guz- school will start at 2:55 of the Heart
Sawyer, Chas.A. : p. m.
I man. i and MJrs. R, B.,Curry, who Summer Shoes
Game prizes were won by Mrs.\ Smith. Mercy Burchell. Gerald special attention is always paidto ____ _0,1 u J: werpK; >ejidjnc ajWhjie.. in Miami and at 3:25 p. m. several races! dAnvil Chorus I

Joseph Menendez and Miss Vivian Adams, James Singleton Charles the Shoe Department.Each .with Vheiplkunultfid ( will be staged. At the conclusion -: Serenade, "The' Victory : An- ,

Saunders respectively; the door Aronovitz, Howard Pent, Chas. week something new is Mrs. Thurston}!:!,! ,, '!Johnson'. *. left):es-', l Mr.and Mrs.-.Richard au hter-in- of the races, a general "playjjwriod' \ Hclus"-FrancisMyers.. OF d EVERY TYPE jiiiISeautiful i
terday afterlfoo f"of4 J acbl MilIf l lwhere 11 wr Curry,
prize went to Mrs. Ivan F.lwood. : Lunn. Sr, Frank Papy, Sr. added to the large stock of foot- ('and< will be conducted under; Mtth\ ; 'First1 RfpfhientBen. ) styles i in white'' and :

..Misj, Tuttle is the daughter of Anthony,HafakinsE. R. Albury, wear. On Monday there will be she will spend a few" weeks I Tampa with. :'another, sonjanj the supervision of Gerald Walker, }:. Att&U'1'W\\( t; "''I.Ba'nn <." summer combinations.' All sizes :
)( -. and Mrs. '
I special reductions on all merchandise with heTsninlawl'and,.., daughteyjiMr. ; \ er-'-Key. in fine comfortable Footwear.All I
Mrs May Tuttle. She was graduated Jr.,, .Mizpah Roberta, George HIt and Harriet Tynes, colored rec-j ; .
and Mrs. J. D. 1 charles Curry,''returned yester-
Segal. Shoes reduced' J for ,Munday. '
from the Key West High Parks, Merrill Stirrup, Harry M. i'*: -_ "" ( iy. reation supervisors. All these ac-j; :
School in the Class of '31, and .h i ;; Baker Godfrey: Thompson, Thom tivities will take place in the' Subscribe to The Citizen.: Phoenix ;and Kayser Silk' .
j' W. 'S. Eakihs, who left last Hosiery: hjffon and Service -
employed in the auditing department as Moore Beryl Curry. James Navy Ball)) Field. )
Mr. and Mrs. Sam weights special
week by P. and O. boat for Tampa G. Thompson,
of the bridges projects. J Brady, Clarence Thompson !Muriel\ There will be a special Dollar who All students of the school) will I pair .. .. 79c
visited with M. and Mrs. J. are now visiting relatives anti
Mr. Lounders is employed with Pinder, Roes: Sawyer, Jr., Euphe- Sale at Holtsberg's Monday.\ An be given a picnic next Friday.
Warren Pinder and then friends in Key West will leave (Every pair guaranteed)
the Railway Express Company.He mia Russell Frank advertisement in this issue lists attended] I
Stickney, A. This, also, is being sponsored by
is also a Key West High School Lederle, S. M. Whalton Harry many of the specials offered. I the Grand Lodge Knights of Py- Monday evening on the Steamship the recreation department.The I 4' GRADUATION OUTFITSWe
this. at Gainesville Cuba en route to their home in I
graduate. of the Class of '33. i Pritchard, Howard Weatherford, Jlolt berg is now showing a returned by principal of the school, as RUSSELL'SCIGAR have a complete line

Guests at the rhower were: j E. Henriquez. Harry Shaw, DJh- complete line of ready to wear way of Miami this morning. Tampa.. well as students! have emphasized of Graduation Dresses, Hats,

Misses Mary Lou DeBoer, Mar aId Cormack, James Hardee, E. for ladies, misses and children. that white persons will be wel- Shoes, Underwear and all
Victor Walking left !Mrs.\ Harold Ballou, who was 'I
yesterday l accessories! for the Grad.
tha Carbonell. Janice Lounders, Berkowitz Alfred :
Atcheson. Grace come at the various activities. and
afternoon for Charleston, S. C.,, employed as a special writer for uation outfit. Make
Jennie Mae Johnson, Katherine Hilton Chas. Lunn, Jr. in that way gain a better insightto STORE
to be the FERA during the first of selection ear' Completeline
employed at the yardas days I /
t Johnson, Harriett Johnson, Vivian Hastings Smith, Chas. Pellicier, Joe Pcarlman's, Inc., Quality navy the accomplishments. ; of Graduation Gift.
rehabilitation left i
Shop, announced in advertisement ship's carpenter for which POSi- program, iI
4 Saunders, Lois Archer Edna Frank Roberts, L. II. Muse Ger- an I I
tion he the last night for New York, accompanied .
passed examination
Gomez, Mary Cleare, Annie Gard- ald LaFe Birton Milord, J. G. Al- today reductions on ready- Vital statistics show 3.805 -0- MALLINSON'S SUMMER
several months by her son, George. They :,
ner, Sybil Roberts, Rosetta bury, Alfred Lucignani, Wm. V. to-wear goods and shoes for ladies ago. sailed babies_under one year of age (died I SILKSA

Knowles, Phyllis Gomez. } Albury, Sam Pinder, Ivan Elwood, and misses, boys and girls.In on the Henry R. Mallory. in Kentucky during 1934.Kt'ntuckY'i I Daily Baseball Returns
the shoe there Mrs. Harry Peacock who vas wonderful group of Beau
Anna department
Kirchheiner. Dorothy Alpheus Higgs, H. Haskins. Robert
Knowles, Edith Russell. Rose Ro- Braun. Thomas James, Amelia are excellent values in children's in Key West for a visit with 'la-I REV. JACKSONTO death rate increased -!! By Wire tiful new consisting Summer of the Mallinson'sSilks newest

senda Dorothy Nottage, Mary C.I I Olivieri. Wm. R. Warren, B. M. shoes in oxfords, and straps, in tives and friends and to attend from 10.R per 1,000 and smartest weaves.

Whalton, Florence Sawyer Leo- Duncan. W. L. Bates O. C. Loun white. brown, black and combina- the reunion of the Convent of population in 1933 to 11.3 inj j I t I
nore Warren. Anne Duncan. Ruth' ders, Frank Papy Jr.. Annie Rob- tion colors. 1934. !
Gandolfo Elizabeth Atcheson.i' erts, Addie Thompson. !Maud\ sociation, left yesterday: for her I RESULTS OF THE All colors the season's new-
ert styles, plenty of whites. All
home in Miami.\ .
Yolando Mendoza, Dollis Burchell,;! Lundbloom, G. R. Steadman. Isi! STAMP AGENCY OPENS MAJOR BASEBALL headsizes.

Lois Knowles, Dorothea Elwood,:j dore Appelrouth, Mary Pent Oliver Gulf Stream Stamp: Agency, Rev Father Jackson, of West MONROE THEATERGary LEAGUES0

Anna Corcoran, Marietta Silveira,I Haskins, Leo Haskins. city's first stamp .htore was recently Mrs. Paul Adams, who was in i Palm Beach, will be heard 4:30 Cooper-Franchot Tonein NEW SHIPMENTOF

Marjorie\ Atwell, Jerry Steadman. I Bernie I'apyIorris!\ Holtsberg. opened: by Everett L. Saw- Key Vest as the guest of her o'clock Sunday, tomorrow, after - DRESSES

Isabella Kelly Doris Sawyer, Virginia Dexter, Paul Monsalvatge. yer at 521 Grinnell street. brother-in-law, J. Roland, and noon in St. Joseph's: HalL Rev. -- I CIGARS, CIGARETTES, Summer' latest styles. An

Solito Cobo, Juanita Mayg\ Louise Nestor Hernandez, Benj. Lopez, This agency handles all stamp left Mrs. Adams. and other relatives, I r Jackson is recognized as a forceful THE LIVES LANCER OF A BENGAL SOFT DRINKS, extra from.large assortment A new line to select of I

Curry Helen Caviness, Elaine Louisa Warren. Benj. Sawyer An- supplies and stamps and also buys yesterday for her home in and entertaining speaker. ETC. Indies' Handbags just re
lOc Orehet-
Miami. Matinee Balcony
Johnson. Doris Johnson. Ophelia.. drew Page. Glenn Albury W. P. stamps. A special discount is being This announcement was made : ; ceived.

Lester Ida Kerr Billie: Goehring, Archer Joseph Lopez W. P.Iontecino. i! given until June first. )by A. L. Saunders. president and tra, 15-20c; Night 15-2Sc I 1935 BATHING SUITS

Norma Yates, Clara Yates Alee Cornelia Sawyer W. Adjutant anti Mrs. Klaas of the i Mary\ Moreno, secretary of the -
The last word in
Curry, Celestine Johnson. | S. Eakins, Reynold Thompson, TOP PAINTING OFFER Salvation Army were arrivals in I N. A. A. C. P.. colored, and all Bathing and
Suit for Ladies, Mixes
Gerry Steadman, Edna: Pint'er' ; Susan Quinn O. J. Sheppard, John Lou Smith Service Station regular -,' Key West' today for a visit with members and friends are invited Children are in ai.d are now on

Melvie Nottage, Addle Roberts, nri ht. Emilio; Lounders, Emil advertiser in The Citizen, to- the local congregation. They are I to attend the forum. I ditplajr.) Large stock of BeachWear

Pura Navarro, Georgia Saunders, Holm. Joe Cook. day makes a special offer to car connected with the Florida division HOLTSBERG'SDOLLAR D. ARONOVITZ .. SUck. Short, Etc.

owners on top painting. In view of the organization, rind wmcon.luct During the 1934 season, the SALE MONDAY .r HOYS' SUITS-Urge; stock
-- ---- -- ------- ----
- - of the fact that the rainy season services it the local hall 'salmon industry of Alaska paid Batiste Pajamas 2 pieces, DEPARTMENT STORE of Boys' Suits for Summer

''Parenl' Teacher Congress Plans is at hand, this station will paint, while here. $2,712,336.37 to resident cannery sale .. .$I.OD Ion 6I8DUVALSTREET wear

I free of charge, the top of any car workers and fishermen. Batiste Nightgowns, full I I LADIES' UNDERWEAR

brought to that station this weekif Rev. John C. Gekeler, pastor of size, at u' .. 1.00 I SPECIAL REDUCTIONS
For Meeting In Coral GablesThe I New shipment) of Ladies'
the owner will but invest in the the First Presbyterian Church returned Printed Voiles reg. 25c, In All DepartmentsMen's I .
Silk Underwear suitable
especially !
5 yards ... ... . .. ... .. 1-00 Women's and Children's I
price of the paint.HabanaMcdrid. Friday afternoon from the ? i .6. i 1.00: I for Graduation: 'Gifts.
Fine White Batiste, yds.
State Convention of the Jacksonville, chairman of elate meeting of St. John's Presbyterythat STAMP COLLECTORSI Goods. Come in and look over our
Printed Silks. reg. $1.35. Xothat Easter is over, we I
Florida Congress of Parents and legislation, resolutions; state treas Club convened Tuesday morning in am the first Stamp} Dealer on sale ..........._. ... .... 1.00 I are reducing prices so as to large line.

Teachers \\ill tukc! place from urer's report by Mrs. Wagner; report the Presbyterian church at Sara- to open in Key West. Satin Slips, reg.: $1.25, on I make room for our new Sum I I MONDAY SPECIALS

7-30: to 8:30: a. m., Tuesday and on by-laws and revision, Mrs.\ Dance TonightAnother Buy your Stamps and f Supplies sale ..... ............ .... 1.00 mer goods which are now art 15 II oz. Indies Iresses

Wednesday. April 30 and May) 1,' Thayer; sota."A from- Extra size Bloomers and riving. in Voiles, Prints. Flax-

at the Coral GaMcs: Congregational ; -! Awards-Standard and superior of the Habana-Madrid Panties reg. 75c 2 for 1.00 "'e carrv the largest assortment ons, Etc.: special. M6n-\

Church, Coral Gables. I ; state honor 1'011", membership, Club's popular Saturday night MOCK WEDDING"Thursday THE GULF STREAM 50c Seersucker, on sale, of SHOES in the city for day ....$1.00
3 yards .... ... ......._ 1.00 I
The first session will open with [ fifteen percent increase; Florida dances is scheduled for tonight at May 2, 8 p. m. STAMP AGENCY Printed Dimities.reg. 35c u., Men, Women and 'Children. 20 pieces Chiffon Printed

assembly singing of "America the' Parent-Teacher honor roll. 10 o'clock. HARRIS SCHOOL 4 yards .. ....,......... .... 1.00 I They can be had in ,WhiM s; Vpile. .yard .... ,.25
Beautifuluich will be followt -' Award, of': upa-Hural and city Last Saturday evening the club Basket of Groceries Free EVERETT L. SAWYER Peperell)) Sheets, 81x90, Blacks Browns and Combina 15 pieces.!! AJl-Over, ''Lac1; :

'd' The state tk'le-j I associations I crowded 521 Grinnell Streets $1.15 ... ... 1.00 tion.Colors.' All new, Summer "per yArd!; 069
by incRease
a prayer. havjn largest was to capacity, every Auspice, Past Pocahontas Club I ;: II IIre styles,and various l
gates will be greeted by Mrs. W. i of membership, two cups, table around the spacious dance Admission ,... ... _.__.._ _,10eSpecial 104; Discount'Until June 1st Colored Organdy, fine II I heels.!! fo pieces, IVift, ( AEvnr .. ;
........ ... 1.00
'f grade 4 yards I clay .1S
Sumnery of ) floor yarrt..f.
Covey Daytona neach.1| one for city .and cue lor rural. were taken lees! than an hour I I COMPLETELINEIOFF'MEN'SAND : '-.t ;
Beautiful Silk NightGowns
htatc president, who will Ilrcsi.le.l j Announcements, aiui invitations after the club opened.Music : '. $1.5L.s.( 1.00 :- BOYS' SUITS 5). 'Inch. Silk"Ol1tandyfor' !
reg. ,
The program includes the foJ-) : for 1U3G convention. for the affair will be furnished SOc Fine White Dotted Shirts: Underwear, 'Hose5i: Graduation Dresses, per I Iyr4
,. I .
lowing: The state board meeting will by the Habana-Madrid's t 'JOE PEARLMAN'S Inc.. Swiss, 3 yards .._,. .., 1.00 Tie*;:Etc. AlerccHztd" t4inteJ' .1.00:i
Reports of special committees-I take place:. at 11 p. m.. Sunday in own orchestra. Colored Piques, reg! 25c New assortment of Piece St ,

Mrs. A. G. Wagner, Chuluotu, the ladies' lounge of the Miami "QUALITY [SHOP"' 5 yards .. .. ........... 1.00I1a'Jmade J I Goods in Triple' ,Sheer Silks 'aphJI: )'F'If" '.JJj4f5f.2S'
SaleDRESSES Starting the Summer Season Baby Sun I Crf'JlCs.| Voiles, Batistes-all at 4Snnch Transparently? I
state treasurer credentials i Biltmore Hotel. .
; Cast
Mrs.1 RehearsingFor withUNSURPASSED Suits, reg.; $1.50 for .. 1.00 reduced ))rices.I candy, looks like Silk,
l E. L. fourth !\
Thayer Mrs.
Charles Brand is chairmanof VALUES all colors, ... .
Vice-pl"t.'l'i-f Here Handmade Baby Dresses.reg. LADIES" MILLINERYNew yard .49
dent of the Florida ; J local arrangements for the Play SATURDAY AND MONDAY .. .. 1.00 'I'
-ON.- $1.50, for Styles at Popular Prices I 20 pieces Solid G (W Organdy -
rules; Mrs. Malcolm McClellan, rtate convention. I SALEIn Fancy Beach Towels reg. I Closing out the entire line ',- yard ... .20

Every one of the Mother (Goose Our Shoe Department 75c, 2 for --....._.......... 1-00 I of Ladies' Dresses consisting --
-- -------- Pique all colors, yard .25
------- characters will be represented liii 200 pairs Children's Shoes. I I
Girls' Flaxon Dresses, 7 of Voiles Linens. Silks and 40 inch Satin Back
Philatelic Society Pocahontas Club the entertainment "A Trip To (For Boys and Girls), Oxfords toll -... ....... ... 1.00 Crepes. Always showing something for Graduation Dresses Crepe
Whites, Blacks,
Straps ; d-.Chi I.
Storyland" to be presented at St. I Mallinson new! all ..
colon .
To Meet Monday To Give PlayThe Paul's Parish: Hall on Tuesday, Browns, Combination Colors, fons, reg.; $1.50, for .... 1.00 Children's Dresses and Boys' yard $1.00

_____ i i sizes: small 2 to big 2. $1.00. ) r Step-ins, Mesh\ II IIKa Suits in beautiful array of -THESTOREOFFASHION-
April 30, 7:30 p. m. $1.25 and $1.50 pair. ..
Silk, 2 for ... .. 1.00
Much interest is evidenced; in:' Past Pocahontas Club affiliated The large cast: is now holding I i Large lot of DRESSES 300 pairs Ladies' Shoes.-All White Zipper Bags, reg.- I I prices.colors and styles at popular

the Spring social gathering of the with Minoca Council No. dail rehearsals and from all indications -,, White White and BrownPumpi $1.50, each ,_ 1.00
: the affair will be well,. ordered for Easter but arrived I Ties Oxfords High, Beautiful Sheer Dresses, New shipment of Ladies'Shorts
Key West Philatelic Society next' 13, auxiliary of the Improved Order Medium and Low Heels, on Slacks, and Beach City's Leading Ladie StoreI.
worth seeing. late- 36 to 44 see window
Monday. The affair will be very! of Red Men\ are making arrangements I sale per pair $1.98. on sale Monday __ 1.00 Wear. APPELROUTH
AH other Shoes reduced in
informal and in the !
nature of al for the staging of a 4
musical entertainment. No ef-j benefit performance( entitled "A NEW STYLES OUR READY TO WEARDEPARTMENT
- - -
fort has been spared by the Entertainment Mock: Wedding," to be given on I ALL COLORS
I .. I 15 New Silk Dresses, on sale ,
Committee to make Thursday, 2:,
May beginning at 8 i Saturday and! Monday at special -

this evening a success. o'clock in the evening in the I see window $2.45. I
!! Made to sell at $5.95 and I
The following people will play,'I auditorium of the Harris School All other new Silk Dresses 'tbeRolydwinkedJOn

building.A i $4.95 I proportionately reduced.
sing, recite or take. :art in the II basket I .New. case Sununer Wash Dresses
: of groceries will be .
presentations Mia Rose CROSSED I just received, on sale at
: : Appcl, /
given away daring the evening'sentertainment Veil meaning people often -ON SALE- '$1.00, $1.98, $2.95? ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
Beulah Crant1e"ice
President -I
to be offered ,. ,
as a I advise parents of cross eyed Come in anl;) see them .
Arthur M.\ Brown Commodore prize in connection with a contest children to "Let them alone IN OUR YARD GOODSDEPARTMENT I To get tM original D.. 100%; Pare Paint _ _
and :Margaret; Zinaida von, to be conducted.An lie sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
it" mm
I maybe they will out-grow run
Mietk-Liuba. Mrs. William B.! excellent program is being; I I This is an error. We NEVER j $3.95 I 500\ yards of New Printed I b look.. for Davis 100% Pure Paint ha often' been ..lUll......

Norman. Oscar Norman, and) arranged for the event, and as "out-grow": Far-Sight. It INCREASES ; Flaxons, at only yard 15c. 1 imitated,but never da plscatcL .._.... ...
I : t 200 of White 35c Dotted : this Label Lan
Gerald Pinder. I yards -
enjoyable evening is promised all Davi 100% Pure Paint with --
The doors will be open at 7:30p. I who attend. with age. : : Swisses, c-n sale at yard 25c. lit e pure paint Law. and it the only paint ::::-=

m. at the society's headquarters I'I Proper glasses: will correct SEE OUR WINDOW 50 pieces better quality Printed I IJOpIJL} that Carrie a guarantee of purity.look ==-.::
I 11-- __ i iI this condition without medicineor "!axons including: all the new

70S program Eaton street will begin.;At 8 o'clockthe I II PALACE surgery. 1I I Plaids and Stripes, at only, PAINT l this Guarantee the Label' :;s
Come 3 yards 59c.
The general public is invited. to J Paul Lukas-AIison Skipworth in today for a complete HUB 200 yards White and) Solid ws. ...____with say ash., u4se_--. _ _
this: affair and those who could: ] )I -in- examination. :THE I Color Piques at only yd. 25e. AB our fntmat tn mi* by _ba a.kioiton sad ioU ihraih DcaJcn snip,

not attend the recent Stamp anti I CASINO MURDER CASEMetroGoldwynMayer DR. J. A. VALDES I: JUST RECEIVED THEHBDAVIS COL* C.1 OM** mo IALTDDIE.MDG.
Coin Exhibition, will have an I : Picture 1 New Bathing Suits. Slacks,

to see .twenty-five opportunity of 1 I Matinee Comedy: 10-15c and;Short Night:Reel 15-25c 1 Orthoron 532 DuT.l Sof .Lite Street Licence 11 t I . 1 1 I reduced Shirts, Sport prices.Sandals, all at I C. ROBERTS Comer Carofce ari Man Streets

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TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'10162' 'info:fdaE20090331_AAABHKfileF20090331_AABZQI' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00492.xml'
xml resolution

xml record header identifier 2009-02-24setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:creator Key West citizendc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date April 27, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPHBIBNUM)dc:source University of Floridadc:language English