The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00365
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I Associated Service.Press Day.- Wino be 1! W' est CCJ! ttttn, -< I moat Key West equable Florida weather, has In the tht

For 65 Years Devoted to the cp. ; country; with an average

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






Treaty Limits As PowersPlan 1 From
Rising Party CampsTo

London] The Annual Memorial Services of Key West Lodge No. 551,

For Parley In I Benevolent and Protective Order:of Elks will be held tomorrow afternoon -! Befog Election SkiesKEY

I r SUPERINTENDENT DEMiRITT: December 1, in the auditorium of the Key West High School MANAGER SCHUTT PAID CALL ,
._- .- building. The exercises will begin at 3:30 o'clock. !f -

America Shown To Have FORiKEY DVISED THAT YACHT SE- The oration wiU be )given by Dr. William R. Warren with aJ s I AT THE CITIZEN YESTER.:31 WFIf Lack I Of Acknowledged
I < QUOIA MADE AVAILABLEFOR number of musical selections included in the excellent program: DAY AND TOLD OF ITS I[ \ MADEEXCEPTION

Fallen Far Behind Relative arranged. I Candidacies As Presidential .
i' \WEST SOUGHT THIS DISTRICT There will be a roll call of absent brothers in connection with MANY ATTRACTIONS FOR I I

To Construction the lodge ceremonies. An invitation is extended the public to be in Possibilities Is

I I attendance.The .
Of Superintendent Wm. W.% De- George G. Schutt vice president DIRECT RELIEFONLY
ShipsBy I DEti.GATION: FROM ISLAND program follows: I Astonishing
meritt of the Seventh Lighthouse s sORDEROF I and general manager of the

LLOYD LEHRBAS District has been advised that the Boca Chica Fishing Camp, now I
I (nl 1 f llurean. The
II A..eeladPress.
Illy AMorlaled I'rtM' JACKSONVILLE 1. Piano Solo. "Rondo Capriccioso"_.__. Mendelssohn tt.....!.(!..)

WASHINGTON Nov. 30.-;I Yacht Sequoia formerly used by Mary Elizabeth Sawyer ,I under course of construction by IN THIS RESP--CT DURING ,I Although the air i i. blue with

The Washington naval limitation, the president, has been taken out Luther T. Pinder, says it is the MONTH OF DECEMBER. ACCORDING talk abomt
1936 scientific
(Jacksonville Times-Union of 2. America__._ ______._..__ Smith a
treaty, around which discussions Nov.,26)) of that service and is available for Lodge and Audience .. finest place of its kind in the TO REPORT i,analysis would how that certain

' .. will revolve at the London naval, Government help! for the City service as a tender at Key West. : state. .....1 effect are conspicuously

conference December 6, came in J of Key West! is the aim of a dele-.i 3. Ceremonies, Lodge Officers...__ ____Ritual
Mr. Demeritt has received blue Paying a courtesy visit to The Key West is the only Florida absent.In .
gation, which arrived here yesterday ,
t. force en August 17, 1923, and prints and plans of the vessel's Citizen yesterday, Mr. Scbutt ex- ERA district receiving funds
i their float
from the Island City and 4. Soprano Solo, "In the Garden of My Heart"_ ,Ball any place great
will .end December 31, 1936' i general constrectiion and told pressed the opinion that when for direct relief during the De-
OB will leave tonight for Washington. Mrs. it!. E. Berkowitz, accompanied. by Alce Curryi cloud-bank of silence Jn fact,
i The Citizen that with some I the camp is completed about Jan- cember period. and the allocation -
aa result of its denunciation bjrJapan. ; I i the total
.. : In the party are: :Mayor HarryC. I changes the vessel will be admire 5. Ceremonies Roll Call of-Absent Brothers___....Ritual uary I, it will offer to the sport to this district has been cubic volume of silence

able for the work in this dis- ing angler and tourist accommodations is almost as far oat of ordinary
Gaey! City Attorney Arthur I (With Taps by Mr.. Leroy Voght) greatly curtailed Mrs. Nina Ryder *

The Japanese, long dissatisfied Gomez who is also State Senator i trict.After \ and attractions which Johnson, director of relief said i. the noise itself.Furthermore .

with the total tonnage allowed the a conference with Cap- 6. Quartette, "The Vacant Chair"._.____._..,......Root cannot be excelled in any other this morning.The .
from Monroe Co-.nty State Representative ,
Japanese fleet-and strongly opposed ; I i an uau..1a.OUDt
to the 5-5-3 ratio which Bernard C. Papy and I tain John Peterson, who is now in 1 Janice Lewis Mrs. L. Russell Warner George Mills camp in the state. small amocnt of money

they consider detrimental to their' Fire Chief Harry Baker. command of the Tender Poppy White Avery F. Johnson, accompanied by Not only will the arrangementsfor which will be available has been I of quiet between the

national pride-took advantage' Members of the group conferred but will be master of the Sequoia. I Gus Ayala the angler be all that the made possible only because Con-: thunder crashes promises to pur-

last year of treaty provisions to yesterday with State FERA Mr. Demeritt will send a reportto most ardent disciple of Isaac rad Van Hyning. State ERA Administrator scat right through the campaign.The .

give formal notification to the and WPA officials, and are scheduled Washington 4 suggesting that I 7. Ceremonies, Lodge Officers...,.._..._____..__Ritual Walton can desire, but the accom- made an exceptionfor
United States and other signatory for further meetings today I the vessel be transferred to Key !I this district. Throughout the prospective "dead areas"hover
modations, furnishings and conveniences i
Leaving; tonight: for Washington,
powers that they no longer wouldbe they expect to enlist the aid of West. I 8. Duct, "Love Divine All Love Excelling.._____..Stainer modern in every detail !state cities or counties are to I over both parties, and vary
bound its limitations after
by handle all the direct relief eases :I
1936. United States Senator Duncan U. i 1 Janice Lewis and George Mills White accompaniedby will be equal to those pro- in their respective sections. I widely in their characteristics.Has .
Fletcher an-I Congressman J. I'CHARLES WARDLOWi\ x I
la Agreement Effort I Gus Ayala vided by the most generously Mrs. Johnson communicatedwith anyone heard Al Smith
Mark Wilcox in their mission, I II
The London Conference is a renewed j 1 patronized hotels in the state. Administrator Van Hyning: talking about what he intend to
effort-through discussions -i both of whom are said to be in I GOING TO MIAMIOTHER ] 9. Oration.,,._____.__._.........Jr. William R. Warren and secured authority to continuea I
I I sympathy with the rroblems that "Nothing is to be left undone do in 1936 Or John W. Dav*?
of all possible angles of greatly curtailed direct relief :
confront the little Island City. j l which will add to'the attractiveness Or Herbert Hoover
naval affairs-to reach an agreement .I l 10. Baritone Solo, "In My Father's House Are Many program here with the use of i in ease
Mayor Galey, recently installed j ji "
of the camp said Mr. ERA Republican nomination goes left-
under which some kind of funds. He gave no indication i
in that office took occasion CUSTOMS OFFICERS Mansions".McDermidAvery
yesterday ?
naval limitation will be followed I i Schutt, "and the ,five cabin cruisers it i is said that funds wouldbe I wing Or William E. Borah, incase

after 1936. Unless an'agreement i I would work to predict out of that its difficulties.Key Wes' j'I TRANSFERRED TO MIAMI F. Johnson, accompanied by Gus Ayala i i r with speeds from 12 to 22 available for any long period.It I dominated the national Hoover convention u:
is reached there will be inter. is the hope of Administration I
national understanding no on sea i 1 I but added that further government AND PORT EVERGLADES 11. B. P. O. E. Ode....._..__.__= ..._...__(Auld Lang Syne) I knots per hour and 12 row boats officials that private employ Senators Glass sad Byrd of Virginia -

strength. help would be necessary. I I Lodge and Audience for still fishing, will be equipped ment resulting in part from the have announced they are

During the naval holiday that I 1 "Our city really has a future, i with every device and type of tourist season and WPA work, for the Democratic ticket, but

followed the Washington confer. re said "and its citizens are optimistic. I i Charles Wardlow, of the local 12. Ceremonies, Lodge Officers_.._..._..__...__ftitual modern paraphernalia which is will absorb the cases: now on direct does anyone expect either of themto
We are all together in used Ly the expert angler." take the lead in noiee-aaking
ence the United States lagged far I customhouse forces has recevied I relief.CUBA :
behind in the construction of even I pushing ahead and we are assur i I orders transferring him to Miami 13. Quartette, "Prayer" (from ..Stradel ")_Von Flotow Mr. Schutt said he is looking for Roosevelt next year? Has

'edof, a- big tourist season, this and wilt leavover the highway _v*..*- Janice'Lewis KusselFWarne'r' 'GeorgeJlilb forward to an excellent season Senator! Tydmga of Marand l
sufficient new'ship'ttd up We"wifi? .a; Mrs. L. ;
winter. have more I ARRIVES
!I Sunday morning.Mr. and plans to leave by plane Sun. even whispered about the re-
to the total in
tonnage permitted
the' different categories of ships. t prosperous seson; "thi$ year- than Wardlow has been actingin White, Avery F. Johnson, accompanied by day en route to northern points election campaign?
!!last I am certain. Gus Ayala t l t to.initiate the first of a'series of What 'has become of Reed
!, the capacity of appraiser and tI ,
Bill HAVANASteamship
The Vinson however FROM I
Both Mayor\ Galey: and senator I I I the
examiner here and has been assigned intensive campaigns to tell Smoot? And Charles G. Dawes
to provide funds for anavy !r Gomez, serving! r.s city attorney. !I as acting appraiser and examiner 14. Benediction.------------------_... __..._._.---...._-Ritual I story of the newest and finest Where does Charles D. Killer
of full authorized strengthby
-19-12. has provided the necessary 'I perform their duties without pay. ; in charge at Miami ___ ____ fishing camp in the great state of. stand on the question of a party

stimulus to insure the building -II A. G. Lund chief inspector at and on the east' :'ooa! nominee?

; of a powerful fleet. { ELWOODFMYIILY I Key West, and Inspector Charles MAJORITY' AGAINST NEW\ :DEAL'-/: / I It Ida. I 't. O. S. S. company arrived' from What; are Ow Farnvfcr-Labor
Still 54 Ship Short j M. Russell, have been instructed I And that :Mf.f' 'St'.1Jlt'r opinionis Havana 12:50 6'clock Thin !inning party ip Minnesota\ and* the La
I based on wide? fexpenenee i iii with one first and;three sec-i Follettefv$ Prpirresiv t i inWTscpniin
Ships under constructionor Jo report for duty at Port Everglades J JI I party
appropriated now for, under' ON VISIT TO CITYCharles and will leste' over the INCREASES IN SECOND RETURNS Florida and other states; is an established ond class passenger ', fir*. Key! saving abowt ;national
plus I t
facttaa for number of West and two first class.: passengers <
a tickets?
: highway Sunday in one of the .
the age; United Vessels States in commission still 54, vessels leaves I I cars of the local unit. Mr. Lund DIGEST I seasons he successfully managedand I for Tampa. i j ,""I I AH Shy <
short of the desired goal. I R. son of Constable will be deputy collector in charge.j I brought up to the highest The ship sailed 2:45 o'clock for Amid all the talk about presidential -
I. standard of efficiency. Long Key Tampa with 21 19of
: passengers.;
Inspector C. P. Hogeboom who
Every effort will be made t6; and Mrs. Ray Elwood, member possibilities, the lack of
'I Fishing Oamp, which was destroyed whom took at Key West
sign contracts for their construction I of the United States Immi- I received orders transferring him, I passage acknowledged candidacies! it as-
I An increase is shown in the far of which 55.57 cent arc during the hurricane of Steamship Brazos of the Clyde-
border attached to Port Everglades left with his per A
and have them slide down the gration patrol: to tonishing. novice at politics
i I I majority vote against the New I September 2.SENATOR. Mallory Lines, arrived 7:30 o'clock I f
ways for active service by the the detachment operating at]' family over the highway yester ar.ti New DeaL I might suppose that no oae at all
Deal last week in The I I last night from Galveston and
end of 1942. Laredo. Texas Mrs. Elwood and day morning. registered Nearly two-thirds of the 14- I, intended to run next year.
I I in Miami the !I[ Literary Digest's 10.000,000-bal- I sailed; 9:30 o'clock for New York
A summary of treaty provisionsas daughter. Edna Louise arrived I Monday morning 868 returns reported from Ohio ,[ GOMEZ i )Ir. Roosevelt says nothing
with shipments of live turtles
lot nationwide 167.000 sea
officers been i poll as
who have assignedto I
the highway whatever
affecting the United States over yesterday. i about running. That is
shows: J I I 1 This is their first visit to Key I these new duties will be met by I I additional returns are reported in "I this week vote "no" against; the 1 1 1 food products and sponges. l the least surprising part of the

Battleship 1 I| West in three years and are glad I Assistant Florida Collector J. G. :: the second! tabulation of the I New DeaL Nebraska! which voted I i BACK FROM TRIP Steamship Alamo of the same story, however, because presidents -

A! i is aj to get home for a stay of a month! I Watson, who will administer to "straw" referendum. I more than :3 to 2 for Roosevelt :n 1 line, is due to arrive tomorrow customarily do not announce
capital ship (battleship) _
I with relatives and them the required oath and issue An analysis of the 207,087 total morning from New York en routeto
war vessel (not an airplane carrier : friends they : 1932. now polls nearly a 3 t> 2 their desire to be re-elected, and
). whose displacement exceeds I raid. During: their visit they will the necessary instructions. votes now tallied, which appears -! majority against; the New D jaLi DISCUSSED WAGE SCALE Of Tampa. everyone takes it for granted they
I be of )fr. Elwood's in the current issue of the I Fruiter Granada of the Stand-
10.000 tons or which carries a guests parents I i Focr of the five States from will run.
gun at the home 'magazine, shows 91.351 votes in WPA WORKERS WITH JACK. ard Fruit and Steamship Company
i 607
with caliber exceeding family SPONGES PLACED I which initial returns were tallied On the Republican side the
a 8-inchl! Ashe street.COLORED. i iON I of Roosevelt's "acts and sailed from New York Wednesday -
support :(: last week Georgia.. Kansas.!! : Missouri SONVILLE OFFICIALS noise all can be summed up- thus:
bore.The I i policies" to 115,736 opposed toj I' afternoon and is due to arrive
that and Oklahoma, show! an increased Former President Hoover IB
treaty provides any I' tomorrow. The vessel l will
'I SALE FRIDAY them. i ii
vote against the New quoted as saying that waxtiuius:
battleship built for replacement'I; CITIZEN I' berth at the main pier of the Por-
after it has reached the age of 20 i I The poll protest against the i Deal while the vote y+ Iowa pains State Senator Arthur Gomez. ter Dock Company take fuel such a thing as running for President -
New Deal rises in percentage: from fractionary for the New Peal I on "has to be done," bat Hoover .
years canot be more than 35,000 I I who left last week and with Mayor I oil and sail for Frontera. Mexico. .
WAS FOUND DEAD 53.28 of last week's balloting to but still shows a percentage of aide denies the story.
tons. The United States without SEVERAL LOTS DISPOSED OF i Harry C. Galey, discussed! with Power Boat Sea Belle from
55.89 of the current week's tally.In 58.29 against the Roosevelt poli-j II Senator Borah says "I can't
naval bases sufficient
for long- : Jacksonville the
WPA officials in Punta Gorda. Fla.. was at the
.III DURING BIDDING IN 1934 a similar poll conductedby I I I say I won't," when asked whether
action stands for battle- for
increase in
of dock
cies.The matter an pay Mallory today taking oncargo
ships of that size, while other sea Autorn Burns, colored citizen, LOCAL MARKET tically The the Literary same list Digest of names to prac-re- indicates balloting in Florida a stand so off far,,''WPA workers in Key West, returned -I I of empty containers for the I he will enter the- Presidential pri

powers desire the size to be lowered who has been making his home practically I over the highway last Doxsee Sea Food Products Com- mares
vealed 38.85 cent of the of 50.611per
only bare majority
per with a Governor Landon of Kansas
to 30,000 tons.Aircraft in the
of 810 Thomas
I rear street,I evening. at Caxambas.
straw ballots of the entire nation of the State's tally scored pany
steadfastly gives the impression
Carrier I was discovered dead this morn- Asked whether or not the mis
Sponges placed on the dock yesterday opposed to the New Deal or 61.15 the New DeaL I
against he think about
; I M too busy to national -
An aircraft carrier is in excess ing. The body ''Sionas suc'eersful the senator
: was prone on a ,
I drew the attention of several cent in favor of it. With 4.582 votes tabulated to I
of 10,000 tons designed for the I I I cistern in the yard. I i buyers interested in the display Initial returns are reported this date North Dakota shows a ratio replied that :Mayor Galey went FIRST DONATIONTO t CoL politics.Frank Knox of Chicago
specific and exclusive of Chief Deputy Shvriff: Bernard. on to Washington to discuss mat-I
purpose i I of wool of-
and other grades week from the seven States of i of 3 to 2 in opposition to the New
makes speeches everywhere, but
carrying aircraft with equipmentfor Waite was summoned to the I. fered. i ters with officials there and un-
[ Florida, Illinois. Minnesota, Nebraska I i ROGERS FUND i
launching: and landing: planes. scene and also Peace Justice One concern purchased several North Dakota Ohio and i i Deal.To show the enlarged interestof til he returned he proferred to :;! refuses to discos candidates.Senator
Aircraft carriers are limited to Rogelio Gomez in his capacity as nothing in connection with Vandeafcerg .f Michigan -
lots to about II
amounting $900 Texas in addition to more votes the nation in the outcome of j,
I shies fron Presidential I
27,000 tons (except that 2 of not coroner ex-officio 'for the Second end others made bring. the object of the trip. away
: purchases from Georgia. Iowa. Kansas. Missouri New Deal the magazine's publishers -
more than 33.000 tons may be;,:District. I IJ i i, ing the total. sales to approximately and Oklahoma which first : out that more ballots I He did say, however, that he Mr. and Mr Allan R. Clears i(I talk hinting he thinks it would
built for replacements), guns of J i An examination of the body:I $1,200.'these I point in felt confident that upon his return of 900 North Beach are the first I not be in good taste.Representative .
appeared in lastweek's ta u1a- have been returned from Iowa
not over 8-inch caliber and not;,: wss made an investigation conducted I lots were the first offered than the mayor would have some to send in to The Citizen a contribution i Hamilton Fish
week's returns !I
this second
more than 10 guns exceeding:'" and Mr. Gomez decided (,to bidders during the past !'ev-I tion.Only two of the twelve States voted in the final count of information to give to' the pub of $1.00 to thein I t'of New York observes thai he
that inquest would not be I were lie regarding the increase Rogers. ; Memorial Fund. might "be compelled to ran" if
6-inch caliber. an wage;
eral .weeks.,. Others expected
I are :I give! & majority vote for the New the 1934 referendum 34,930now certain
asked for and possibly other Due to the fact that the Red things happen
The on
United States is limited to necessary. the draws
pro-holiday season Deal Georgia voting over 2 to 1 33.193 in 1934. .
13;,000 tons in aircraft carriers.I I J i ; matters of interest to Key West; Cross drive for memberships hat And there you are.
near. ; I and Texas over 3 to 2 in supportof The magazine also prints a
Heavy Cruisers j NEVER SQZN MOVIE I Roosevelt's policies.All I table of percentages showing how been in progress during the past Answer I. Silence

-AT" heavy cruiser is of less than:!l IN SAME OLD ROOM twelve of the States in the the twelve States reported to date few weeks, probably has cashed Then there is the case of the
10,000 tons displacement! and carries -:' 'VALPARAISO Ind. Louis 1 1932 I nary to wait until a later date American Liberty League which
current count of the poll voted voted for Roosevelt in the
puns above 6.1-inch caliber. 'I Leetz of this city boasts he has 1! :JACK .-In the same for Roosevelt in 1932. I I I election: in The Literary Digest's I PENA'S PLACE to 'donate to the Rogers fund, includes in its directorate such

The United States w limited to never seen a movie, in spite of. room of fie=same buose in which Illinois registers the heaviest 1! New Deal Poll of 1934 and theirI and it is expected that others once-voluble figures as John J.

180,000 tons in heavy crui!"ers. I' the fact that he had a pass for i! he was born in this city Charles response against the New Deal i I vote to date in the 1935 polL Alli I Invites you to come out I'will now send in their contributions Raskob chairman of the Demo-

Light Cruiser I four years. i j Key 66. died recently. with a more than 2 to 1 vote of i I States indicate a steady and marked I and join the crowd to this cause. cratic national committee duringthe

A light cruiser is of less than "no" in answer to the question: | decline. r 1928 campaign.

10,000 tons and carries pans of "Do you now approve the acts,! "The final results of the 10- TOtiIGHTGood 1 i The league is silent on some

c.f .than 6.1-inch caliber. "A" Milk SPECIALSUNDAY and policies of the Roosevelt i 000,000-vote test," the magazine Music ; + subjects only, but on those subjects -

lie United States is limited to: Gra2 :} and MONDAY 'New Deal' to date?" I states in its columns, "will an- $earam s4Jk it is utterly and oppressively

*:j,500 tons in light cruisers andw .. at I Wash and Grease S115| The current tabulation shows a swer a vital question: whetherthe EntertainmentRefreshments silent. The chief one is 1936 can
has 10 of 70,500 tons all un- I any make CAR State total of 21,903 votes from Roosevelt:! Administration has rt didacies. It attacks the Roosevelt

ler ajre. I Chester Tilt's Dairy I PAUL'S TIRE SHOP Minnesota of which 63.15 per cent'become stronger or weaker since I WHISKIES A, 4D GINS policies often and at length' but

Destroyers and submarines are PHONE 639 I Cor. Fleming and White Streets are against! the New De;!. :Missouri -t The Literary Digest poll of 1934 I A GOOD TIME FOR ALL it says nothing about its plans for
Iso included in the program. i returns 44,680 votes this (Continued on Page Four) '36. i






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THE LUSITANIA WRECK 1 ........................ ........................ 'I........................

ittp 'UtQ 1I I I.I.KEY WEST: IN-'I CLASSIFIED Today'sAnniversaries I f Today's Birthdays?

Published Daily Except S :aday By Treasure hunting has always been 'Vsoyou ,
Tint CIT ZEX ,PUBLISH cow,ixc., an DAYS GONE( : t.' .'............
attractive adventure, and the efforts I COLUM-Nt } i I -
I. F. ARTStAX. PrecOoeat now ;
Governor Ilea
JOE..ALLeX, AeaUtaat Bealaeaa Maaa. eppeaiavt Her*'Jut 10 Y..nAgp .. ... / of II-1i
From Tb Citizen Bolldlac being made to recover the gold? jewels Today A..:Take. From, ..!.. !.".........t..,.! i 1667-Jonathan Swift English'I i linois, born in Chicago 67 years

} Corner= Greene ai>d Vna treei.only and other valuables which sank with, the, TI. Files 0Iir.p; iz.ai. Advertisements und
will be inserted In The. Citizen atl{ born. Died Oct. 19, 1745.:; 1 j I I -
? Dally Newspaper la Key West and Monroe Cunard liner Lusitania off the Irish coaston Announcement' made today i .
County. the...rate,of le a .word for each insertion .{ I Rear Admiral ?e ctval S. R_
s :May 7, 1915, as the result of a well by,the Casa Marina Hotel which I titer U. S. h'S -Georal,
Sntered At Cey')Weat,;: Florida, aa second eases matter ; is to open December 28, that alarge but the minimum for the 1729-Samuel Seabnry, Con-:'I born at Shepberdstowa, W. Va,
nFT-aiXTU YEAR aimed German torpedo, will be followed number of reservations have) first i insertion in every instance is25e. i it necticnt's first P. E:. bishop and I!lei years age

with interest already been made .for the winter -' : first, Episcopal bishop in the U.r _
; !
Mmker vAaeelatea Prep
( .,
he Aaaoclaud Press la eicloalvely entitled to use and Manager SChutt is look [ Payment far classified advertisements S. born.at Groton Conn. Died'
for rtiiV Uca: o{ aU newa.diapatchea credited to, A.salvage.vessel, the Ophir,_fitted out ing forward'to a most successful: : is at New London, Conn., Feb.! 25. I Dr. Daniel Poking( pr *t4ent* of
ii r not otherwise credited In this paper. and also season. Thebig event of, the' I invariably in 1796. the IntemaH.nl 9 |>U! fill Christian
_"',le local Dews! published her*. by a British firm at a cost of about $75,000, winter,.period.is. the; receptionand i but regular advertisers with ledger, I Endeavor, .been at Port-

'NATIONAL,EDITORIALASSOaATION) is said Jo hayetdefinitely located the:wreck; ball to be held on the night of!, ,I accounts may have their advertisements 1819 = I I Und,..Oreg 51 years ag ,
-Cyrus W. Field noted\
charged, : .
December 31. New Year's EYe,p ;
J.I and high.hopes. for the recovery of much of New York City merchant, promoter i I -
should their''
1933jn and preparations are already give
<=/r I ; of the first Atlantic !I Charles E* Hagfce,Jr.. of New
:thesunken, treasure are entertained by the forward,..for this., There will'' street address as well as their telephone cable York City th
wctfr J lawyer, born 46
SVBSIRIPTIOX ,RATE. SQUAWK cr 1 born at Stock ri dge, Mass. Died re.
.$10.ot be dancing, from 8:30 to. the .number if <; .
Tear promoters of the project. J L : ] they' desire;...results. .. July 12, 1892.f1835Samuel. years age.Frederic
Six Months _... cto strains of entrancing music played '
far> ** Month .SI.Ii* The Lusitania "sailed from New York by Professor Dooley's orches. I .... .. With. ; I -
D. Moat I !! !,..,. each classified advertisement -j
..tADVER1SLNG / tra. said there W WOe: o(
Manager Schutt I Watag-
Weekly I Langhorne: Clemens ,
foe Liverpool May 1 and despite adver- will The Citizen? will give free an ton, D. C., jeurr.alfet-aatheT, born
'j be but few changes in the or Auto ( )Iark Twv in"'p famed
THE WEATHER. Razor Outfit.
-BATEI.. Made knows on application.' tisements signed by the German embassy ganization. There 'will be addi- i it. I, American,humorist,.born,at Florida \, La: .Porte. lad._63 peers ag*.

SPECIAL;NOTICE warning Americans tional adjuncts to the entertainment I.. ......o..e.ee.......' !I II Mo.. 'Die ..{\t R ing"Conn.. ",la\
All reading notices, cards of thanks l'uol.tI.na.ofre" against travelling on ,features but the operation in Temper.t.rea- 1 I FOR RENT' April 21, 1910. Dr. Arthur M.' Stra wi. h.4rtUpectahst
t, obituary notlces..etc. wail be charged tor.at ,the vessel, she carried 1,257 passengers,.including general will be up to the usual i : of'e NatiO..l Institute
the Notices rate of for 10 entertainments cents.Jin*.. by churches from-'which high type established by the hotel I Highest .-...-....-.-..........._ UNFURNISHED HOUSE near i of Health, born at.,Rf**. N.

revenue is to l,e derived are S cents. line 159 Americans,.and a crew: of 702. I since its opening. I I Lowest! ::.f : :::,::::: :::::::':::: :::":::.64 business, section,. telephone 1872-John D. McCrae Canadian I Y. 69 yeers ago.
The Citizen, Is -an open forum and invites discussion Mean .. .... .. 6672 704-R. nov22-tf physician World War sol- _
of public Issues and subjects' of local or'communications. generalInterest When, the torpedo crashed into the! ship'sstarboard Normal Mean .........._............_ ;i dier, author of "In Flanders I Rt Hon. WiNteR OawreinU
but it will not publish. anorymons ,
: ,side without warning, the damage Upon receipt of-a Rainfall iYesterdays LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT Fields," born at Guelph, Ont. eUtesm 4
Bata }
English! n. years
assistance messagecall'l I ,
ing -2 bed conveniences 'i Died in France, Jan. 28. 1918.
.. wrought ,:was so great that she sank In ler sailed this Precipitation .08 IPs.061ns. rooms ago.
... porches619 Elizabeth
Normal Precipitation ,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST 20 minutes. carrying about; 1,150 men, assistance Bird reported of the in distress Steamship off Pacific Red- .-TII': ......r. -..... :I'..... ..rrlndlsg.i :f. Street. nov13 1875Frank Ward O'Malley,1 Charlotte, N. c" has tfce first

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN women and children of whom 114 were Reef with two lighters in tow.I > elvrk ibisTomorrow' Mormliir. FURNISHED. APARTMENT 3' journalist born in Pittsburgh.Died : .:enclosed fire truck in Hw United

The stated that the Almanac ; Oct. 19. 1932. (t States. .
to their death. message Sun rises ......_...... ..... 6:55 a. m. Modern conveniences, 628 -p
1. Water and Sewerage The Germans contended that the Lusi- Steamship Chartala is standing by Sunsets ........ ........... 5:37 p. m. White .street, or .call at Gaiti's: -- --. --
until the arrival of the Warbler.
....._.. m. Barber,Shop nov2
Moon rises
T-11:33 a.
2. Bridges to cofolcte Uoad to Main- tania was an armed ship, carrying masked '
(. Moon sets ..................11:0:; p. m. FUR1>"S ED'AP with .
land. :! cannon, Canadian ,troops, and large quantities The Schooner Fannie .E. Prescott CONDENSED. ;STATEMENT. : OFi CO.YDTIONOFrTHE .
Tomorrow Tide electric ice: ..box., 1001 Eaton
i.' Free Port. j I of ammunition for, the use of the Allies months which_ago was by the captured coast several guard I!I Il A.31.. P.H. phone 879-J. nov9-lmox I FIRST NATIONAL BANK-

4. Hotels and Aparnner'-,. and was therefore virtually! a..manofwar. with a cargo of 1,000 barrels of:!j' High ......_12:36 214'Low :: OF. KEY WEST
I This was denied by the British, except beer was turned over this morn'ingby I _._....?7:46 7:12 -
5. Bathing Pavilion. Barometer 8 a. m. today: with garage. Apply 827 at the close of
the the local United States customsto aa basisns'November,1,1935,
that carrying of a quantity of Duval street.; octlD ..
Lund J Sea level, 30.16. '.
6. Airports- and > Deputy United States Marshal ColDptro Can
small arms ammunition was admitted.. <
?.. Consolidation of County and City Andres Lopez. The schooner'is BICYCLES
I : What the wreck may disclose, after being unloaded and the entire WEpl'r1EliFORECAST' RESOURCES-
l more than, 20 years at the bottom of the cargo will be stored at Fort Taylor -- BICYCLES-WD RENT by the Loans and Investments $ 304,748,10

authority having been granted Overdrafts .:.........__._
sea, is problematical, but if the Ophir crew Key West and Vicinity: Fair Hour Day or Week. Repair] 84.14
---- the local army commander, Captain and continued cold tonight Sun- all makes and paint them,with; Banking Rouse, Furniture -
No system will 'guarantee loaf era,and can,bring its treasure to the surface it will I J. J. Maher, to allow the contraband ; I No-Etiamel.' We carry a full, and Fixtures _._._ 33920.76. .' .. ,
incompetents living. mark, an epoch making event in the his- .to be.stored on the reser- -- -- supply of parts. Agent for the: Stock of the Federal' Re-
I F serve Bank._______ 4,500.00. '
vation. Rollfast and Bicycles. ,
Dayton :
tory of salvage operations. I
I I Temporary Federal Deposit '
And sell them, as low aa ,$5.00'down j Insurance Fund 1,954.01United

The gossip is the:person" who putsthe: ..., ............ .... .......... i Editorial comment: Value of'I and $1.00. per,' week.j i States Govern
"and" in scandal and slander. i things depend on circumstances.!I Phone, 276 J. R bto" er C:' ment Obligations direct -
"THE WORLD ,FOR .GOD' i We have seen the tune.'when we'' nov18tfFOR and fully guar-

would have given a dollar for Ii- 11 anteed $602,788.13.
I -''
al :
Other Marketable Bonds
Political is what the SALE
sanity we want match. I
"I will magnify Him with thanks- >' I I and Securities 178,668.49.
members of the other party to have. I giving,"-Psalms, 69-30. I i TYPEWRITING PAPER':- 500 Cashand: due from.Banks 277,578.38 i 1,059,045.00;>
Key West was the warmest_ -A sheets 75c The Artman Press.
I ..... ..... ....................... place in the United States yester- Fair tug? .?_ $1,404,245.01.
Japan is intent: upon breaking up There lot that day. According; the weather) COULR.
a every one ought to
China, and China, as we, all know, is so bureau report the temperature! day fair and somewhat warmer; SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.I LIABILITIES S.
fragile. be thankful about and most of us take it as was 68, which was four degrees I moderats northerly winds. The Artman Press. ang7i:t Capital -._$ l00JUOSurplus .

a matter of fact, without giving, thought to warmer tha, Miami, five warmer) Florida: Fair light to heavy ti i and Undivided Profits. 64,26746
than Tampa and 18 degrees frost in extreme. north and pos- Deposits __. 1,240G-37.86
what its__absence might entail... warmer PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed-'(
We imagine a lot of talian soldiers than.Jacksonville. Even Atlanta ably light frost in low places in I cards The, Artman
Most of have health at least j *. $1.25. j j
us we had freezing: weather yesterdaywhile interior of central and in rouclcaud.ofi I $1,404.24S',
i in Ethiopia are wondering what there is ; not of the of disease ; ,extreme south Press. .ug7OLD | .
are aware presence in New York it was 28.: Thatit ; portion Member 5.1.- *
over there worth fighting or. 'if it is present in us. Most of us have the is summer all ;'winUr.and. cool .tonight. ; Sunday fair, s'owly rising PAPERS FOR SAL&Twolbundles Federal Re'.r

all summer in Key West may at temperature. for 6c. The Citizen Office Member of .Federal: Deposit,Iaaraace, Corporation
use of all our faculties. We can see, hear, Jacksonville to Florida Straits oetie
all times be proven by consultingthe : i;
Asports writer hast pretty: soft. He feel, smell and talk and all without conscious waether reports of .the. United! and East Gulf: Moderate northwest !

gets paid fpr,guessing results and also for effort on our part. States Weather Bureau. winds over north portion and
explaining moderate northerly winds over C.l .I-.I ''II.I.I".I4rIILI.lJlTA ;
why guessed wrong. Most\ of us love and are loved, some south and fair
Florida East Coast Railway
by a few and others by many but we, all tonight and Sunday.WKATIILK .
announces in
company &change
Politics color almost, everything that enjoy the affection of some fellow human the schedule of trains 37 and 38 ,

one reads these days-the nation is .already being in, some measure. during the winter, season. During: CONDITIONS SPECIAL OFFER
the train
37'arrives 3:30in
in the midst of another presidential Nearly all of us reap the benefits of summer .. .. _
the afternoon Pressure -
and train 38 is moderately low this
campaign. the day and generation. When the writer leaves at 9 in the m01'1 ng:,Under morning fromthe Lake region
was a boy there were no moving pictures, the new schedule 37 will arrive at eastward over the North Atlantic i D ;
7:30 in the evening and 38 will States. Boston, Mass.. 29.82 MOUNT VERNOM t
There's considerable opposition the.: no radios<<: ,, very few automobiles and the !
leave 11:30,in the morning inches; while the southern high
government building.. "model .towns," but .fellow who owned a telephone was a.rari y. pressure area overspreads the Golf r :

any existing town, i is free,to gp as far as.it Steam heat was a "new fangled contrap- Many tons of cement are being end,, South Atlantic States. Galveston -I I

likes in ,remodeling.. ,tion," modern: ..plumbing in the, far distance shipped out of. Key West every and Brownsville Texas, i iIGrPJECE
day. Ships with these cargoes have I 30.28 inches. SLight rain has occurred .
and electric light: a.dim. possibility.i arrived and there are several due. since yesterday morning I

Ford .is nqt the. only employer who Professor Langley tried, to fly an: airship One ship recently brought 142,000 in southern Florida and light;

fires a workman when discovered with the and almost got himself laughed out of the sacks and another vessel is due enow in the Lake region; while I j
within few with generally fair weather has '
a days a like pre>
odor of liquor on ,his breath. If'a man country for it
> number of sacks. Practically all of i ailed throughout the!. remainder!I
finds he likes.his liquor better than.his job, Say it all would have come to pass this is being sent to.MSami. and the of the country east of the Rocky' .

he .!h 'uld1g ve. up ,his job'; .he cannot. pay' anyway: but face the fact that it did not cities in that vicinity. Other.consignments Mountains. Temperatures have
due to b&pised.in ,construction falh"n. in the Atlantic States. I i .
allegiance to both... I come to pass, if you want to rate honestyin of the Hollywood Hills 'witi reading( i
any.degree For thousands of years the I Innat! Miami Beach.. This hotel is t normal in southeastern Florida

If democracies won't do any better world slaved on, shackled to old methodsof I to cost $3,000,000.William .. '"J and heavy frost reported this i
tnorning, at Jacksonville I :
than they have in the recent !past, monarchies production and ,distribution, wove its risen the a
in West Gulf and Plains 0 I '
I P Chase, of j
will be given another trial; any patterns by the light of tallow wicks, and Concha Hotel" ,. announced manager this A ALa States and Mississipii Valley. I

way they are better th..n dictatorships. I speculated on the possibility of every mechanical |! morning that a part of his'organi-i .ct l S. K":INKlty: : ,

Greece is returning. to "i monarchical\ form device which now makes life easy zation is expected to arrive In the Oelke! i in CJuirgnr

of government and .Austria i is on the verge for all of us. city next Sunday via.MaHory Linea(
'The: hotel is satisfactorilynearingi Subscribe to The Citizen-2ba. .'
of doing, the same thing, by restoring the Has occurred to you that, despitethe i completion and will .be ready for weekly.,

Hapsburgs to the.throne. changing age, despite. the modernview I occupancy by December 1$.. T..-- .
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Ja "1. Lesdtae ....ere
---- - of life, despite the vastly improved ., THE II II(1(( 'L1I
The culminating point of the o
One often hear reads.. the which
statement :
? or : -" method we use to do almost: every- Appannines. the Gran Sasso 1NOLE.1

that in the long run no one_.has;ever: thing, there ha-, been no change in the d'Italia at Abbruzzi. is 9,560 feet _

made any money on the stock exchange, nature of man? high. I

and that millions of dollars have been lost He is just as sinful in 1935 as he was ; =r l,.'
by the speculator. If millions have been I I in the "year of One." His passions are BENJAMIN LOPEZ i Jkl= attl

lost, it follows that millions have been ,, just as strong, his lusts as terrible, his hates :FUNEREAL HOME I .

gained-a fifty-firty proposition';; the as.blasticg and,his pride as dangerous. Sin Servta. Key We"t t i; .

harm, presumably, lies in the unequal division has not been modified by the adoption of 24 Hoar Half Ambvlaace Century; Scrrtc. I ..Iiici

of the wealth in shares instead'of:an machinery, or changed through the application Licead. Embalmer "-,,_.... Placid.cu t
equal sharing of the wealth. of the laws,of chemistry. Sin! .J is.justas : Pboae 135 Nitbt 696:% t I A human It. GRIXER.home-like. Manager Instl'atloa 1 s.

---. -- rotten and vile and damning today as i it where yon will find yovr |. *.....!

In some desultory reading.today, we was when God found: it:in!the Garden of e.mr.rt'aad or treat "importance.*fmtritalmmtrmt---o--- a matter -,: SET 'consisting, of 4p.I: later t ,.4.Cereals_ ,> (.Gup4.San :

came across the following terestingpara. : Eden. KEY WEST'COLONIAL A .teriltre.rn. ( k.lldl.g I_.!", '
I I. tke keart .f ... shy 1 rs,4wHilfcLtheylastatperset rQfl
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graph of an observant writer: "Thereare Best of all, the Salvation of Jesus HOTEL -0-- + ; ; l

two unpardonable sins in this world! .Christ is just it Every' Room with .c. Electri.t.
as powerful today as was lm the Center of the Busque and Shower math Radio.
Ceil to a; Fan, Slat Door for Sg miner
success and failure. Those who succeed when a dying thief accepted it on tJalvary. and Theater District "Ventilation. Comfortable Beds,win,

can't forgive a fellow for being failure, There has not been a single,improvementin .Mattresses. and of Inner Individual Spring ReaA-Contrwttoa : S1\uJli'\ Sitri da in& fiiineeiin. Co e
Pint,,CU -Fupfoof-. inc Lampa. : : : .
and those who fail can't forgive him for i Salvation-it was perfect wheji He RATES.
being a success. If you do succeed, made the divine sacrifice. Thank.Qbd-.for 1'R' n_.. Private Balk __BtaflT-=z...1 Piuxc505r ; < WWte.nd, FJxaSgpctsYpu !

though you will be too buy :o bother. 'that. Carat EJ.va e- ,I RMas_*..>,Private Bath,,_ Saoee
Private nail tee'U
very much about what the failures. Th.eb\ tthanks.we can give to Him n..n.. Private Bath'--:; .aM : I. P.palarl Price.,. 1* Sample .......PHvate.Bath, 4..e
think." .is to make this a World. For God.. aLIGHT rKPAaB POE DOUBLBI \
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I WH- L1 ..:..r.. bY ..Jeaaaa QVMrJB'Bowm 1 ; : Today's Horoscope'' VERY.UNPROFITAB Mich.-A bride

.... .. ; .see se es e e see eseToday's !'..,.. CPIWATR
:' S'F"OFTS fe days Henry
nature is changeable
; ,
i Godien ,O., of this city, sentenced -
J... Parawod* the gathering darkness into the blue ) and
**.*,. now CUI ._. u Ik. rwocenfv pool of street light below. relying en: chance i to 90 days in for
lAs _* row jai
( of created of
tented with the lot in life
f_"". h. r.crer e.4 *U crew Ah.there was 8O -eone. Bat no.the so stealing some brass fittings valued -
./ irrerfcrr r*. Farley crowd t '
too much exertion. .noteqnired
mu was too short. He ong as : .
.was square
crerfcte: Iks" Fnnuwerta.:oamncnremcarva at. aad which sold lor
....I.... q t 0 r .qv4g _01.0. a nd stocky, and bis arms were filled : to mtinUin it. There $1 h
A.** _C W *... i*t.r.(<. .tO-KE: i 90 eent .
it: N_ i_. rarlet flro btfinntnftt wth bundles. A shout 'Or.welcome'. B1 A character that may
vent >*elF .pi(... !*. Pit "ooere sounded from the Eskola house asth. spi ,
I f.fce. 4*.. l. .*rtr fcearf. o top, resulting 'in wit and
e.* rtrrs kv kt w i. WW eA /_ father mounted. his now sliest LEGALS
4*. !.. re,*r. */ .I..\. Nfitvtantrowt Park TigersAnd' Busy Bees. BASEBALL GAME11
AlaiL.. k o trill t>. *M. I* opened. then closed on their.bushed : any great results in the
"*fs.,. T. applness. A moment later it opened IN Null (RCt'IT: COLBY. OF THE,

again to release a small boy who' ran Winners. Basketball;Games I HERE TOMORROWTomorrow \ wold. w do no intentional. ", 01'FJ'v'rATr.aLDJcis.: ni PLoiliitt ciaci'rr,

Chapter 32. to the.top of.the steps below Anne's I I FOR MONROE COtTMTi.vs. .
window Nina Fer'l
SUMMONS:TO,.DUTY -NIUI ..Allsa.,Nikki,!" I of Tree ferns grow high as 30 I .

ANNE. left the window Anne threw up her window, afternoon at the a John Jacques Ferrari,
acarcelj j J Initial Contests Of HANDBALL
j Series national
"John.he says ne will come later. J i MATCH Navy Ball Field the Dean Stars eet in Hawaii park. Defendant.
that ,dar She promised to
He had to stop by town.after.the pay- will cross bats With the S nchez.s It the sworn bill
watt until John's return before try.Ing oft." Of Twenty-Four, Games I PLAVEDAT I New Pines. Subscribe: to The 'Ctze2weeky. filed .p..ri1 stated cause that

to do anything herself. And abe ""Thanks. called Ane.Sure. .. I PARK i This game will get under way, John Jacques Ferrari is a non-reaWent the defendanrherein of

waited. curled jp. on the window. ." sbeutedtbe.. small. boy.and Proved; Very Interesting I at .2 p. HL, and the batteries. will 1 : the nam Fri4 aD that br

seaL looking wuU* dashed back'as. .though! afrAId( .ot ID. dn-.tch.;; staged ,' be Suarez and Mclntosh for the i d L'EGALS'dOTlCE city resides of New at U York and State of in N.w the

Below her Onion, Town seemed missing one'word of hlsjfatber's !adentures. -. ExhibitionsThe yesterday at Baview: Park Es Dean boys, and San heand York, and that the said John .Jacques

I I mond A. and George V. defeatedJoe Gabriel for the New Pines. I OF MASTER'S SALE Ferrari I. over the fff II I
flung down-hill tike. a tattered.quilt, Minutes ticked along. Slow old( A. and : NOTICE IS HEREBY Tear: It is therefore od.rl thai
Clayton.S,. The score The latter team will 'have some tl.t he said Johnx Jacques nonresident -
houses pt grey and.red and bright clock.: It rambled so aimlessly. Eight was 21172112. new players on the club and if and by of authority Foreclosure of ren thfrinal defendant be Feri he is

blue 'clock: whaf could be keeping John? !. laI.1d.City.! Basketball. De Jefferson hereby required to appear to th>'
for blocks,.roadways: for stitchIng -, i I The Harris School team forfeited ] they do not come out on' the big Honorable .In
Bill of Complaint
and for a border the square riverfront Surely be had bad time to Snub his. League got under way last night.IB .' ; ,its pm. to the Bayview; end of the score they'pro. nis to Browne Court one of of the the Eleventh Judges of.1udl.the on or before )ondJ.fit si. caul'day
business a8d'lIls dinner. I of January. otherwisethe
Park unit., disband. 'of In' and for
: d tal Circuit .
and dark red canneries.She Florida
Eight-thirty. Anne discarded the .the first gameof th.24-gam.1 l B. on roe County SJth day of alfgto"e of said BH1 ..1 b'
.. .
looked,beyond these ber gaze paper. LHsa.deeply engrossed: a,; i -- (" ; A. D. IMS. in that certain eonfe.H *
r (
In said Court pending_ In
moving like a brush across the seven new story..looked,up.Yon give.me., series- the. Park".Tigers defeatedthe ),( Alouie Albury Jessie U. further ordered that .1.) 4Order
mile stretch of water at the bar from the lts..sheianpQunced. I DESCRIPTION FOOTBALIJLA.ME ; n. joined by her hnvbknd. be p.blsh.one each week
th_ dull blue of .North Head to the< "Sorry." Anne caught ber breath,, WPA five by a 31 to 20 score .. E. GUklsonr Wm. JH.. for four t'Onttvf' wI" in Th.Key '
:; i Administrator of the Es- West Ctzf', a published -
as nw.ppr
wind whipped, .expanse. Yungsflat 'ootsteps' werecom.1nchurning.. i Mae Pfntadoi de In ald
of Marjorie
.. Should she rush 40 the doo ,or araUf i I During the.k'b the first naif! of thecontest j PLAYED THURSDAY GIVEN ,BY' JOVE .. d, and and Henry I Shores Taylor. art .Tll. 30th' day of November. A D.

"See her yet2" came In moderately She rushed to the.doojr.threw It wide I ,, : walkedoff_ Florida*, La.al is defen Ine, (SEAL), ROSS (". SA WTFT.
interested. tones trom.,Llisa.who. in and saw Orvi standing there in oilskins -- I.: as Special Master In Chancery t Clerk Cor

from the new Job she had taken was and sou'wester.',- with the WpA.teatOi.bBt in the A description of the football the goal line :"or a 30-yard gain. by the Court In said de- By FLORENCF E. SA\ER.1.k.no.St .
virtue of the
I under and by
seated in her chair reading. "Nlkki.I he,panted,,"Hell's. broken j I second half, the Office boys game played Thursday afternoonat Wicker ran around end .and losta thereof will offer for sale ; der.14.21IsNOTICIStOF

"Not yet. Ann reported., She loose OQ the ,Farnsworth wharves., gave Bayview Park, and in which the yard.: Trojans were penalized sell at Public outcryto. the

strained her eyes for the first John laYS you're to come at once.: He them a scare. High School defeated. the Tro-: six and a half yards or half way : and Door best of bidder'tor the Court' CUB HOBS a\ MASTER'S SALE

glimpse, of the ship carrying! John. says' you're the only one who, can jans 6 to 0, follows I(i I from ball to goal line. Backfield of >f >Fro County in the City of Notice Is .heresT 'RW *f hat under
She wanted,Jo see him and .yet she keep; our people from-" The leaders scorers were:, Hale, in motion. M. Lopez again kicked Wes Florida." on the 2nd day and by vlrtve of a certain order
First Period of ,f A. 19SS, between and foreclosure and
won ered. "From violence, he says came Gates and Curry. I High School to the ball from behind "Ll.sten'tl1 this" came derisively from George. who followed breathing punted Trojan's25yard for a 30-yard gain. Wickers two o'clock P. M, the sam be- day of October.entero. ItlS. in and
bard. I line., J., Garcia got the got a legal day and th* hours by the Circuit Court of the Klov nth
front LHsa she read from her .le
as :book. Park Tigers FG FOG PF ball and gained three yards for the ball and gained five yards. legal hours sale, the follow- Judicial Circuit of the Slate of

-'a cold wind.blew,.trom the north. I I Hale, rf ._ou_ 6. 0 0 !i Wickers again gained five yard, described property .Itate la ''orid In and for Monroe count i.
cutting through.Elaine's! furs, but atBill's NNE waited ,for nothing more. his club.: On tbe recond play, J. I County. tewl In a cause tberlnp.diDI
Inroe Forl
A Gates. If _..__ 8. 1 1 i I second down. Wiker'went
: around
of that wherein A. M. Adam is
Carbonell...threw the ball to J.Care'S .
touch he was Ice She dashed 0 her room.A white |
warm. A. Smith c __ 2. 0 1 I left end for a t ree-"ard gain, situate In Monroe County. and Burbank Realtj rnm
the of her figure would catch attention quicker. : who fumbled ,for an in- platfC
fringed edge part I State of Florida, namely: On. corporation orsranizea and
E. Albcry .....__ 1 0 0 third down. Wickers ;
what's a parka?* The men had seen.her that day on. rg., complete pa Beccaise: Is: ; _._._.... 0 0 1 ed the ball *the i line-plunging through-for Lot 14, accordingto MacDonald's e-f Florida et als. are def@ndant"
the theAhU" had to the Schoola
"Fur hood of a coat.: float when : High plat recorded In (nreclosure of lien of '1'. .
"Humph! the.ice fringed edge of docked. She woull don Luke's favor 1 i 25-yard line. Wicker got it and ; a touchdown. Five minutes to Bk I, page U. Monroe Pat tncatea the undersigned Speriat

her parka,bnt when his lips touched: ite"rigging.. which she hadn't worn ToUJsI 17 1. ;3 gained three yards. Sawyer got the i|, j play. Wickers tied a pass for Florida Records; ALSO. Chancery will offer for
I the I b\-t> 3, 4 and 6, "*le and will sell at public out.rx.jf .
hersrhere since. I t I bell and gained eight yards for the j|I : extra point it was not Section t. Township $2.. South cash In hand, to the highest and

he Is!"Anne Jumped to her White slacks white sweater., the {I II School boys-ball .on,4 'yard Jine j J !completed. Woodson kicked the Range 19 East. T.la..e I 'tst bidder at the front dQ or the
I I WPA FG.FOG-PF I ball to' Meridian, containing; C'oanty Court Mouse >
feet. blue seaman's Jacket white. shoes Trojans' 10-yard line. aUI acr. lonr"f
,. on first down. Gonzalez: gained "
C In the (
more or ; nnty
"Her LHsa was on her feet rushing and white beret. Cooper, lgt 1 0 I 0 five yards plunging through the{! Recio recovered the ball, and ,. part of ALSO Al, Section 'ey Forida. during the !Irgal
towards the window.""what who Like a slim ghost she.JolDec1the Baker rg ..____ 1 0 2 tine Wickers: threw and j gained; five yards. M. Lopez threw i, Township $2. South b .ars'e.t.I Mondy. the 2nd

where, what are talking aboutrTbe boys; who were trying to'explaIn to Archer. rj..L:.-..__ o. 0 1 a pass I an incomplete J. Carbonell Rang.: 19 East. liy of A 1933. th.'
yon it 'was intercepted by J.. Garcia,J ] pass. ? Meridian lying Northeasterly of 'lowing( described situate.
th* boat. I mean the Llisa. "Come ,'on." she cried "yon L..Curry'.e..6'. 0 0 who gained five yards for the Tro- 1 passed to M Lopez who in' turn a line running at right angles 'rlns; and beig In the County tCinl >

Star of Lapland.' See the tug's going can explaia on the way.;where do we White, If __._ .0 1 0 I :> passed to Zacal: but the latter to the center line of the F. E.C. ) s.te Frida. to-wit:
jans. The ball was thrown(, off! Rwy. Company's right of way ( Square
out." gor Dominguez. If ._,..... 0. 1 0 1 Lt
t side and the Trojans were fumbled the bat1. It was a beautiful at a point 74 feet Southwest (1) In Tract Twent>-
"1 wonder if 11 Una will come live Orvi stopped short as they roundedthe Jones ;f' ___ 0' 1 0 punished ( play but' Incomplete. Jolly of the point of Intersection of seven I7) of llartello Towers

with, me: came the irrelevent response house. He pointed down. Riding! Recio rf .....__ 1 0 0 five yards. J. Carbonell i j went : the carve between Mile Posts a sabdivistoa. aecordinsr to the
around end for measured fromJacksonville thereof recorded Plat
r kicked: the'ball out of bounds. | a twoyardgain. 423 and 4ZS as plat 1f
from Ll1sa. lights were shoring! on the river the onj kicked \ 'Florida (said Book one j Jolly the ball and
his own 25-yard line and on thel}] intersection Public Monroe County
"Jiiina- fleet was moving out. Totals- 9'2' 3 pint of beg Rerda o -
next J. Gonzalez recovered it, started by producing the Florida,
play Garcia: got the .baUJ
"We be too late. fone
When a sensible girl like you. may They've left
Score by halves: Total the East a
Mkki Nielsen! calls a boat 'he.' then the wharves, they're on their. way.'to Park Tigers ...........18 17-35 and gained 10 yards O. Sawyer I running around left. and was Railway Fod Cast R Lot Sixteen tit In Square
wreck.the fish got the ball on the next play and i1 i stopped! by the final whistle Score way lying North of said curve One (1) In Tract TwentysevenH
it's time for her rdom-raate to look trap. I
; WPA ..-..:........_._- 7 1320In High School 6. 'Trojans 0. to Intersect with the center line ( ) of Iiartelie Tewers. a sub
for another one. Now let me pet back 'There was no time for words as. plunged through the line for a j of said righ of way to th* division. accvMutg- the plat

to that book and see if Bill melts they rushed down hill through the j five-yard gain. Gonzalez. on the !! Score by periods: Total. South curve) exceptingtherefrom thereof recorded In Plat Book

rain. scurried the High' School... 000.. 6-6 the right of way of oe (1), page 14*. of the fui.-
the ice on the parka. across highway j next play. ran around end for a': 'U'S
the second game the High the F. E. C. Rwy. Company] Records of Monroe Count).
Anne wasnt listening. She bad and down! the wharves.,Orvi (trapped j School five and they Bee Bakery -I 10-yard gain. Second down. Wick-| Trojans.! _.--. 000. 0'- -0j ALSO excepting all that pan of Florida,

drawn as close to tbe window as into the boat.and. was ,warming! he j inter. ers ran around right end for ".anI j Touchdown-Wickers. Officials Government Lot 5, Section 5, *tndLot
team played hard and Township it, South. Range 39 One ( in Sqnare Four
was physically- possible.. She felt as engine by the time Anne had made j esting. It was anybody's" game other 10-yard gain. Woodson then ;-Varela. referee; Saunders head East. Tallahassee Ierldla.lying (4) In Tract I Tw.t-e i27

if a thin line were stretched betweenher the perilous descent went through center for five' lineman; 31. Laps umpire; Larsen. Southwesterly ln. of Handle subdivision. -
the until the last quarter, when the drawn at right angles to' according to the pintthereet
and the ship out there. George took helm and Orvi I yards. Woodson threw field judge.
Bakers scored: Iix'traight goals a pass! -enter line of the F. E. C. Rwy.Company's recorded In Plat Book
She watched the miniature Ins joined Anne.. that wa intercepted! by Jackie. The line-up: right of way at a Oe (1), page 14.. of the Pub

wallowing in a grotesque attempt to "Tbis is what's happened." he ex to. cop the contests CarbonelL Score High School ; High School point distant 754 feet South li Rr<*t Monroe Count.

reach the ship; watched the ship.: plained. "Crocke was made general In this game the outstanding I 0, Trojans? 0. i i Joe Pinder ((135)), le. ,. west from of the the pint of between Intersection FlQic

Lilsa closed the hook with a bangof manager down here.He put Jim Far-. players were; J. Pinder and Second Period { Joe.Russell! ((150). It. ) Mile Posts 425 and as fnd Lot- Two <1> In Square Four

disgust and stalked to'the kitchen Icy in as..part.time checker.The Je>. Sweeting for 'he ABC five, andC. Berkowitz (160)) Ig. f measured from JaklOnTe.Florida. J. Garcia got the ball and gained .,
(said point of. ) sub
And then lows ot Smith and Parks.for.the Dough lne
just as the sun. hidden got suspicious his checking.: : .
one yard. J. Garcia made a I Joe Atwell ((150)), c. i section being formed br Producing t t plat
Lehind a grey expanse cf clouds Tier found out tbat a couple of trap I < : J. Moore the center line of the 1 thereof recorded In Book
cent a thin band of yellow light ba-ge.were making too many hauls boys.High, School: FG FOG PFJ. pass to Carbonell for five yard'gain. rg. F E. C. Rwy. Company's right ,. Oe (1). page 144 of the Pub
J. Carbonell plunged for Buchell (130)), rU of way lying North of said Re srds .roe Count
aloes the horizon, the "Star of Lap- a day to be true. Farley, always: Pinder. rf ....-..- 5 1 0 Cerezo curve to intersect the lc .
two-yard gain. J. Garcia ((135)). re. WJI Flod
land swung u hannel. out nf the checked thU. Sweeting. If ......._... 6. 1 0 I r gained I center of said right way ..
: five more 'yards. Zacal made H. Wickers: (145)), qb. lying South of said curveit i Lot Four In
a (4)
PadOs Into the Columbia river."She's And then the other night H4Q.: Wickers, c ........ .. 2. 0 0 Square Four
ALSO (4 1n
beautiful bnt it incomplete. Gonzalez ((125)). Ih, excepting on tb Is J Te Twenty-seven U7))
across! cried Anne. man came: In on his trawler;.It. pass was -
was. i. Lopez., rf ..__._ 0 0 1 : : of Key Largo and is of Te a subdivision.
"Did I hear yon: say shef Inquire foggy't and be got, off, course He B. Pinder. Ig ._ 0. 0 0 I I' On the next play O. Sawyer ((140)), rh. according to MacDoaald'a plat the plat
'Jtta, Tten. maybe we can eat. cast anchor 'while he tried to get < trained five1'yard!'. Albury J. V. Woodson ((155), fb. recorded in Plat Book t. page69 thereof recorded in Plat Book
WCke"j S Mcr' County, Florida, Oo <1) page II*. of the Pub
.:ere I found one of those pesky ayoI3o his bearings and found.out he was Totals 13 2 1 for Caraballo. Woidson, Trojans i recrd. Records Monroe Count,

:{ things for you In town: do yon nearly alongside the abandoned fish- five "yards: ,on second do E. Sawyer ((135)): Ia... EXCEPTING THEREFROM ""olca o

,at the rind or gnaw ihe iced.N'.N'E ?" trap in Blind-.cove,a queer place you. rer lost two yards. Gonzalez ran' McMahen: ((160), It.. all scribed that'part lands of lying the above Northeasterly d*. andLt Five (5) In Square Four

don't see from the drifts or the seining around'end u five-yard gain. The G. Albury ((160)), Ig.: of the Southwesterly Tract Tbn'

\ left the window reluctantly. grounds., Br.sy Bee Baterv FG FOG .PF ball was then five yards from the R.,Roberts ((160)), c. use of Second Avenue of Man- I of. rtell T.we.
J. Thompson ._ 2 0 0 dalay, a subdivision.as '.bo_ dirisien' the platthereof
: She went into the breakfast "Well.. one. of his crew heard High SchoJo,gpal post, Woodson Recio ((145)). rg. : on the plat thereof recorded recorded In PIt Book

pok. cur.led.up,on tbe window seat. voices, then .heard a boat pull .up." C. Smith le ,_.._- G O. 1 gained three yards i in plunge\ Brantley ((215)). rt. Plat Book I at page 11 in I Oe <1>. page I4', of the Pub-

and obediently dipped 'a spoon Into Hannula doused Lie riding light and Mathews. rg. ....... 1 0, 1 thro3 ti h. center. Gonzalez made a Caraballo ((145). re. office of the Clerk' Circuit lc Records of Monroe County,

..........._....... 8 0 1 ( Court County, ,11a1orida5
the green boat of the avocado: because listened. He heard loading. and followed Parks c one-yard gain, third down. On J. CiO-boneU, ((130)). qb. Florida, h1b.said excepted .

LHsa had troubled to buy It the boat when it started off.it W. Adam*. If __......_ 1 0 2 next play .High School was' twoysrd J. Garcia ((130)), Ih. land arc described; r'' metes* 1' Lot Six ($T In Sure FoW

for her. Aside from that. she could was a cruiser and it headed for one Ed. Wocd!on, rf '-:" 1 ;2. 0 front'goal line and were Cervente (130)* rh.Zacal and Commencing bounds as follows the point of of(4)'-In Uartetlo Tract TW Tffwyrs% T(7

force only! black! coffee past the lumpIn of theother, :, traps where ttshlfted penalized IS yards. in 1 (140)), ;fb. Intersection of curve In the t division; according to the pl&r
Baokfie'd .
her throat.Surely the load to the trap barge then 'Totals:-' 19 : fe 5 I'I School right of way of the Florida i thereof recorded' la Plat Book
I motion. Wickers threw income Substitutes-Sigh : : C East I ItO
headed .in. : Coast ; One ( ), page of the Public -
for the
.the mused returning to ; Farnsworth can: Score: by halves: Total. :
plete 1'I81's.' Score High School Kapwles foP'Gerezo;. Trojans: B. as now established, : lui ;'Records e'4fne1e Qpumr.
her POSt. she had never felt like this neries."Well.. High School: ......_22 -28 0 i iI Roberts for Post 425 and Mil 42*, a* Florida, .
| CarabaHo for
: Trojans 0. Jolly
measured front Jacksonvillesald
about Rells'coming.. She eras like a Ilannnla's a pretty decent ..,.20 20 40 I I (
Busy Bee Bakery Third Period j Albury. and M.\ Lopez for Car., ( ( intersection being fore an.d.Lt Thirteen (II) in Square
lamp. a drab prosaic thing until I It fellow. Instead of coming back and Technical: foul: J. Pinder; free; bonell I by producing th center FOU(O in Tract Twenti

was lighted John was coming. and spilling everything and starting a throws missed: J. Pinder 1, Sweet2. -; .lcal.Pllnte. & Woodfon! rot the I Ii i I.;:; ; the right of lying Northof seven Eb" felt like'a living flgbt. or'turning things oYer'to the ,i Dan and passed it to u. sawver N said curve to intersect with. a subdivision, aectiolag to the
lamp. Woodson 1; time out: High: who three LEGA-L& the center line of the right a.. plat thereof recorded in Plat
The storm which had been hover commissIon. he bopped: the train aDd; School 1. Bakery 2 timekeeper!; gained yards .Wickers! i way South of said Curve'tkenrun Book One (I), page 1.. of 'h '
lug over the ocean struck The rain: went to Portland. He went right to { ; i got the. ball and ran around left I in a Northeasterly dlreo- Public Rn Mo.ro County -

fell against the pane In crystal drops t.e. Farnsworth and told him everyI|I I I ,Eden; referee: Adams; scorer;)fend,f for: a three-yard gain. Wood-; sv: THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF" THE the lion right along of the way center of the line Florida of ,
turned.to scarlet and gold by reflection thing. Farnsworth said he was sick I son plunged throrgh the line for:; AND'. FOR' MOXROR COtTMTr. East Coast Railway Company anetot Fpure.1 < in Square

ot tbe open fire Liisa had and tired of hearing i' a four-yard gain. On the next FLORID. IV CHAXCERT.. for.a distance of 1,61.4 feet"for Fotrr '14 Tw ent>-

started. that they'd better COmpalDta.r: LEGALS play the' School boys fumbled the EDMUND'HJ HARVEY Plaintiff rjt&-1-43? run a in point a Northeasterly of ;direction the*. .. a sere subdijrjs 27)+, o, Martelto acoerdlng Towers.to the

Below her houses burst Into rad other canneries. j|I ball and lost two yards. Zacal got vs. Order of l.......tto. along the center line o{ plat thereof recorded in Flat
"iUnnnla didn't J' IV THE CIRCUIT: ("OrRT.OP.TREI CHARLES the right of way of the Florida'East Book One (1). page 14*. of
nee. In the Eskolt. kitchen the high get sore be triedto i I the ball but -wav held back. Zacal EpJtQNSTON.. vi aL. tb
crRcrrrOK Coast RaUway for Public
a JJearoe
F.I.KVK-NTH jtmci Defendant.. '
white tight revealed :Mrs. Eskola explain that they were bootlegging THE "T. TB OFFtOBin.*.i again got the ball and kicked for FORECLOSURE OF TAX CERTIFICATE tance of CSS feet then run h 48 ty Fot Rrd 0

rushing around. putting fresh!! coffee salmon. and tbat unless some t lAND FOR -MONROE COTXTI.IX .,' a three-yard gain. Jolly ran around Southeasterly direction to and
in the big pot. stirring the fire in tile one were there while they were'operating. CHAACERV. I! left end for Upon the sworn bill of complaint waters of the Atlantic; 0, Lot Fifteen (IS) In Square
a gain. The along line In
I William Curry Sons, Company I 1 1a herein IT IS ORDERED that the a which me. Four <4) Tract Twentjr-seven
kitchen stove stirring the pot of ,they probably wouldn't be corporation orcanlz under I J Trojans were penalized, 15 yards. following named Defendants do. ap Interior angle of 10 15* (2') of MarteHo Towers, a subdivision. -
stew able to notice it In daylight. They I the laws of the tate' of ,' Backfield in motion. Zacal pear on or before Monday, the (th with tb center line of'tbo .'aoeordlar t4 the plat
could the seines Florida Complainant."a. i i : got day of January, 1916, a Rule Day of right way of the thereof recorded In P" Book
Perhaps some<<:ay. thought Ann< up so therddrop the balI and kicked 25 yards. this Court, to the bill of complain]; Coast Railway for a ori4 d Oe (1), page 14*. Pub.
she would do this for John. Now himothet below the waterline in daylight Perry A. Cook and Beatrice D. ;, Wickers got the ball and gained filed In this cause, oherwls the allegations taste of 8JO feet, more or '1e le Record of )aroe County
,and Molly would be burr; and the place would look abandoned. ("_I;:. Defendants.ORTtEH ,I ) of said bill wilt b* take I; then run on a meandering *.
[ OF PUBLICATION: 'i 10.yards, Wickers: ran around end as confessed by the said Defendants. along the waters of the Atlantic and
lag about preparing for him and his to anybody who happened by. It appearing by the sworn bill for a one-yard gain. Wickers: ran towit: OD in a Southwesterly Lot Sixteen (I() la Square
father John would 'go home firs 'COF JlU. 1535. by J.a*...BotemanJ. filed In the aJoyestated_ cause that CHARLES EDMOXSTON WIL- a point of Intersection Four. (4> in Tract Twenty-
i !I: for a five-yard gain. Woodson LIAM M. ) i of the of the seven (2'?) of MarteBo Towers.
1 She pressed her face to the window I t Percy A.-Took and Beatrice D. Cook. PATTON C. (ORDECAI. 1 wate.
I Grim tragedy enters the lists,. the watching for figures to emerge from I Monsay. ..("residents ..f the town of On named defendants be dead through the point of beginning rrde. IB Plat
two-yard gain. the
I Scotch plains In the State of New;;: next playh the heirs, devisees and other 'claimants at right angles to the center Book One (1), of the
- - --.- --. -' ---- Jerwy. "That the said Percy A-I I lost two yards-thrown back claiming! through such deceased lin* of the right of way of the Public R.of Monroe- Coun-
Cook and Beatrice D Cook are each '!, ty the Trojan linesmen. Wicker person or persons their Florid East Coast Railway ty. -
IRISH EELS.DUE FOR I engineers have hit upon a scheme.;over the ae ,of 21: It Is therefore! names beingunknown to Plaintiff ; ; then run in a Northwesterly and
.td-rtLdkat the sM Pfrey A.'CooK, threw an incomplete- pass. Jolly! and the unknown heirs of HORATIO direction 1.115 feet. Lt Elne (111 la Square
I IN LAKE PLAN of electric shocks. *and'Beatrlce t> Oo k. non-residentl, trot the ball for 'a two-yard gain CHAIN, deceased, and H. H. LAMB more or less to the point .f Traet Twenty-
SHOCK : drfendants he and they are each i I as Administrator can testantento beginning excepting therefromthe > seven (17> ot 3tartUa Tewers,
t 'Across: each channel. drainingthe ,.hereby required to appear to the B. Roberts rained two yard annexo de heals non of the estate } right of way of the Flm, a .ubdIYlelon aeaerdteg to (be

Uy As_"te4 Press) water to the sea,'traps'1 equipped -Bill of Complaint filed in said cause j! Score. High School 0. Trojans 0 ot JULIUS LESLIE_ WOOD de ,,' East Cst Railway i l"Jt' tbeef rde" Plat
The aforesaid 41 .
| ( on or before Monday, the Cth day of I Fourth Period ceased. as Bk..O > ef the
BELFAST, Nov. 30.-The with electrodes will be drop-, January. A. I>. U6, otherwise the' IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that J> with. air the tenements, Pbl1 Rrc of J.r Coun
M. Lopez Ucw a'NktS and it this and appurtenances t ,
Northern Ireland AU allegations of said Bill will b* be published one a'week ity FlOrda.
""\ government istped. that is necessary to taken as confessed by said. d*.*. was recovered by Atwell. who II for not less than four (4) consecutive belonging, or in any wise
reparinlt.one big; shock for the ahoo back the eels- is to turn on' D 1 weeks In the KEY WEST P&aDI& being'a. to satisfy Lpt Twelve (II) In Square
gained three yards. Wickers gain- CITIZEN, b. sub j Five' (S) in Tract Twenty-
nillion, of eels in Lough Xeagb| the curientExperiments : It is fqrther ordered that this, a newspaper published In de T.t.
Order be published one each week ed three yards Lco... Ball is now i i Monroe County Florida. cerin mortgage seven (271 of JUrteJl Towers,
153-square-mile lake which is' in a tank showed' for four consecutive weeks in The DONE AND ORDERED at Key In Morg. B-S. at a aWITlek acoordijig to
he largest inland body of water that SO cent of the eels in Ky West Citizen, a newsnaner pub-' five yards from Hih School goal ;J. West Florida, this ftb day of November J.>& 423 of hWi Records of the f rrt in
j per ; ItcheS in said County and State. I post. Wickers again gained two}'I A. D. 1 IS. tbe CCJtT. Fl.rida made by Pat B 055 ( pp 14"
the British
l n Isles. I the enclosure: fought shy of such1 This 3th day of NovembeP,-.AD. wall IClrcoit Court Seal) defendant. Feb45. neoords Moa-
The government has started on'> electrical contrivances.. un. .. I ysds1W.op4on: met a stone (3d.) ROSS C. SA WTER. DATED-, THIS 2nd day_ of 2ovem.' roe County. Fiorfoa.
{ SKAL I Ifvhea'he.tried. to dunee throughthe A. D.' Dated J$t$.
$::.000,000 scheme to ( ) ROSS C. SAWTERi I Clerk; of the Circuit Court. r 'LANCELOT .' Nonmb't
lower Cleric:. Clrenlt Court t line o&foirth down. On next BATCHELOR. IUNEH.. RT'& DYER Z. I JAIUU .
ake To. prevent the. eel By FLORENCE E. I IsgrraJuun Building Special Master In Master in c .
Subscribe' Citizen., :20cweekly. !-) .DepvtysC1 rk.l j play, J., Carjbioneli.passed.; to M. Uiarni, Florida. 11 1; M. TAYLOR. JR, Sp ,
out to with
ning sea the '
water .- solicitor for Plaintiff.aev2Slf233f. 'Solicitor for PlaWtlff.
node; dec7-lt-it-2Si I Lopez, who kicled from behind :, _.,.U.23.U; dec .
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Evangelistic service, Wednesday SERVICES FOR SERVICE SFA1ION :Siberia was grown in England as

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:-: : -: Prayer, 7:30 and p. m.praise Teacher service,meet-Friday MEN AND BOYS OPENS TOMORROW :. Subscribe: to The Citizen.

.................................f..u.._."s'u" FIRST METHODIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH ing. _

Given Last / Latin MUaiea Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr., pastor Formal opening of Sinco Service -I

I Farewell Party Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Eaton Street Between Duval and Services Sundays, Tuesdays and of the First Methodist church Station under the management J SPECIAL REDUCTIONSFOR

For Jack Solano John B. Culpep -er, Jr.. Pastor Simonton Streets Thursdays, conducted by Rev. will preach Sunday evening to or Clarence Thompson will':I II '' MONDAY. ON
Evening Church Sunday school opens at James S. Day. Pastor Charles E. Lazo. .take place tomorrow morning,
10:00 a. m, under leadership of Tia the month of Christmas Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. I men and boys. Last Sunday eve- I December 1. This w a Sinclair:, Better FootwearDon't

A. farewell party was given last Those present were: Gerald Saunders, general super- And in every pew nine he preached to a very large : Station and is located at tLe I

evening for Jack Solano by the Margaret Bernal Emelino Al-, intendent. Each department meets Activities are stirring; METHODIST EPISCOPAL gathering of women and girls on I i corner of Fleming and Grinnell I fail to visit our store
of I I! in its own assembly room. There's something to do. CHURCH. SOUTH. the subject, "Whose Daaghte- ,streets. Monday for best prices on the
Young People's Service League affair fonso, Doria Lounders, Lelanette' I1 1 Worship service at 11 a. m. Dible School at 9:45: am.. Art Taou" : Mr. Thompson is widely. known II I latest in WINTER' FOOT

I\ St. Paul's Church. The Roberts.; Vilma: H. Alfonso., Mary IBaptiima) and Holy Communion. Morning worship 11 o'clock. I "EL SALVADOR" Rev. Culpepper says he believes throughout the city, having been : WEAR for Ladies. Misses and

was Jack held will in leave the Parish tomorrow HalL for June Crusoe, '"Mildred. Saunders ,1 II I, Epworth League meeting at Subject: "Things to Come." I Corner Grinnell and Virginia this will be a service which w31 born and raised here. He has had I Children. The styles the are distinctive
Streets and new
,Diaz Marion Roberts. 6:30 p. m. Miss Ida Kerr, president Baptist Training Union at 6:30 be enjoyed as well as a blessing wide experience: in the auto repair represent
Miami where he will make his future Kathryn Rev. Guillermo Perez Pastor ideas in smart Shoe Ap&rei.Remember I.
home. He was an active Jack Solano, John Pritchard,! jrEvening p. ma. Services in to the men folk of ftf \ city orl business THE BEST PRICES
Gerald Hector Barroso, service; at 7:30 o'clock. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. ( Spanish) l Key West. 1-1\1?,. j : A full line of auto assessorss! THIS YEAR ON SHOES FOR
member of the St. Paul's Y. P. : I school 10
Delio Cruz, William Monsalva.tge,1 To men and boys only. Subject: 'Sermon subject: "The Shears of Sunday 8 a. m. I Rev. Culpe-er>>: iftso says "i I tjres and tubes is being* placed in MONDAY.::-
Preaching, m.
S.L.Dancing I Why Hilt Ye." Delilah." p. you as a man or boy, have stock. BUY A NEW COATto
and other party games Eric Curry, Ralph ,1 Mothers' Club meets Monday, nOI
and delicious refreshments Odilio Borges, Joe Alvarez, Joe I Evening service in recreation We need you-you need us- I other church: engagement' ," IKS j' Sinclair H-C Gasoline and OpalinePennsylvania wear dnrinff th.HOLIDAYS .
were Allen Andrew Elwood. tail f or* women and girls, con- we can help each other. 8p.m.Bible will be glad for yon to hear him Motor Oils will at LOW COST

were serve&Announcement .. __ 1 I ducted by Rev. .W. S. Eakins. Praj er service, Wednesday study and prayer. service. this hour." I be carried by this station. There Every Overcoat in our storeis
.---- -." -' -- '- -- Mid-week prayer and praise! evening, 7:30 o'clock.Thursday :. Wednesday, 8p. m. ll.t Sinclair products are the finestin a distinguished style and

Festivities At service on Wednesday at 8:00 p. evening, 7:30 o'clock, "LA TRINIDAD". CARD OF THANKS I II their respective classes Man- every one is a SPLENDIDVALUE.
I Come in now and
m. choir. rehearsaL Duval and Angela Streets ager Thompson claims, and their

Of Marriage Pena's Tonight Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- Sunday afternoon services by]I We wish to extend our sincere ability to stand up under hard make stock is your complete.selection Coats while our for

I ning at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Dr. DeBarritt. thanks and appreciation to our fast driving is especially appre- Ladies, Misses and Children

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Crespo Regular Saturday night festivities -: Sawyer, organist; GeraM! Saund-- CHURCH. SOUTH Friday night services conductel .I friends and neighbors for their ciated by car owners who use LADIES' LOVELYUNDERWEAR

f at Pena's Place are scheduledfor I 1 ers, choir director. by Rev. Perez.PENTECOSIAt.. '.- kindness during our recent bereavement them.
announce the marriage of their New Sinclair Stamp albums and
tonight. Crowds attendingthese J Rev. )L L. Smith, Pastor the death of our loved A variety to Satisfy every
daughter Miss Marie Crespo, to affairs are increasing as the FLEMING STREET METHODIST Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. MISSION one, Adella Whitmarsh. Also to stamps are available at Sinco Sta Woman's Preference. Lovely

Thanks- winter season approaches, the man-I CHURCH Church school at 9:45 a. ra. "3 those who gave the use of their tion and will be given to their fitted gowns and slips, damtvcombinations.
in Miami
.J. E. Sparts, on I agement states.Music I Ii with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent. 909 Olivia Street. cars, the donors of floral tributes, customers. AH low priceiLMONDAY

giving Day. I for dancing will be pro-i Cor. Fleming and William Streets Wm. Skondeen, Pastor cards and expressions of sym- SPECIALS

The ceremony was performed' vided, as usual), and there will be i i Sljuler! Peele, Pastori Morning worship at. 11. o'clock. Sunday morning worship. 111, FISH DESTROYED BY 20 piece 40 .cn Silk ia Canton
pathy.THOMAS Metlate Printed
by Father Wilkerson at the Jesu! good refreshments for all who at- Church school meets at 9:45: Subject: "Blessed."- o'clock. \ WHITMARSH WHISKEY Crepe, ,
3:30 Silk; Etc., yard ,,_ ._ .. SOc
school for all
Sunday p. 'n' '
rectory in that city. j I tend. i ain.. William N. Knowles, sup.. Young People's Department has I m. nov30-ltz and FAMILY.the When the recent fire swept (Buy Your Christmas,::ot. ..
j erintendent. The Wesley Fellowship its session in the Division
morning Now!) 'H
'- -- .- ------- I Bible Class meets in the pas- street school building with Miss I ,'Sunday night evangelistic service morning. through; the distillery which was 54 inch All Wool Flannel>, all

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePERSONAL I' tor's study.- Miriam Carey as teacher and Al- 7:15 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Wednes.day erected at Peoria, Illinois, since 'icolors, yard n..._.. .
'\WPA FIGHT CARD MENTION Morning worship at 11 o'clock. bert Carey as president. Tuesday 7:15 p.' m. prayer- and: eight at 730 p. m. repeal f enormous quantities ,8f Special Price Mei

Holy Communion. I: Junior boys ,and girls at 4 p. -oraise service.Friday Y. P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30 whiskey and mash went down the Mallinson' Transparent Velvetfor

'GREATLY ENJOYED eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* I' Intermediate Epworth League I m., with Mrs. Mary Thompson in 7:15 p. nu, fellowship I o'clock p. in.NEWMAN. Illinois Rive, killing thousands; Afternoon and livening
of fish. Dresses. .
Miss Venda- I meeting.
meets at 3:30, p. m. charge. ..
M. Flanagan, who was in Key. Saturday 2:30 p. m., boy( andgirls' M. E. CHURCH Metalie Cloth for..W1I.IftftiDresses
line Watkins superintendent.HiLeague I session
Young People's evening
West several days, sailed this church.TRINITY: i MONROE THEATER in Pink Blue, Gold!
meets at 6:30 p. m. at 6:30 p. m. (Colored) and Silver, per yard

WRESTLING MATCH THURSDAY morning for Tampa. I Miss Charlow in charge. Evening preaching at 7:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN A. T. McCaskill. Pastor I Greta Garbo-Frederick March _.... n...._......_ $1.98 and $z.Ladies' .

ALSOINTERESTING Young People's League meets Subject: "Train Up A Child In Naomi Reddick, SuperintendentMary Twin Sweater Set.
Dr. N. C. Pintado, who had been at 6:30 p. m. Norman J. Lowe, the Way It Should Be." Moreno\ Secretary at .. ___.--- _._.._..._.._ $1.50
Miami returned to" KARENINA
ton visit to .
a president. Prayer and praise service each Printed Tweed yard I5e
Colored Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Key West last evening. ser-ice at 7:30 m. I at 7:30 ( ) Matinee Balcony, lOc Orchestra -
Worship p. Wednesday p. m. 717 Simonton Street Sunday service 11 a. m. : ; Ladies'. Masses' and Children'!
Sermon subject: "Handwriting Young people's choir practice DeBarritt Pastor Evening worship, 7 o'clock.PEARLMAN'S 15-20; Night: 1525cHOLTSBERG'S Flannel Night Gowns and!
What termed a good Nemesio MaUfrat was a passenger -Ion the Ground." each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss Rev. Alfred Pajamas _...__.____...h SOc up
spectators 11 o'clock.
this :
on the Cuba morning Sunday morning,
I Mid-week prayer and Bible Alice Jenks pianist. 5 doZe Ladies' White- Felt Hats,
card of fighting and wrestling; was for Tampa en route to Jackson- study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Church choir practice each Fri Subject: "The First Disciples of I a 4 special ._..___................. $1.25
offered Key Westers Thanksgiving .ville. I Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately day at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland Jesus. I 40 pieces BeWisgs' Canton

night by the recreation department -t Ros- ; following the mid-week Adams, pianist. Church school, 3:30 p. in.Children's Inc. Crepe, yard .--_.....-._...... SOc
of tne local WPA. The Sister and Sister Louise,'4 service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di service in 30 pieces 40 inch HeavvCrept

amateur card was arranged as I of the Convent of Mary Immaculate ; rector. MIXED BIBLE CLASS room, 7:30 o'clock. I "A Name That's A Guarantee" Knit Dresses, 1 and 2 pieces Quality Satin Back { '.

part of the WPA recreational pro I ,. left on the Cuba this'. Sunday evenine, 7:30 o'clock. I SALE ON COATS regular $6.95, at $5.00 per yard ____.._......_ 89e
morning for a visit in Tampa. I CHURCH OF COD "OrJination of Elder and Dea Large size Silk Dresses. on 56 inch All Wool PrintedTweed

ject.Dex Woods won two out of the I __ I i Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- con., followed by the Lord's Sup: For Ladies, Misses and Children sale .._._............._. ... $5.00 per yard... 89c
cino: Teachers 1 I -we must sell every coat New Twin Sweaters ...._..__.
with Wilbur Sweeting and son Eddie, per.
falls in the wrestling J. M. Gresham Partor Wool Suits each
three the who relatives for a This class meets every Sunday Week night service: Tuesday:I before December 31st. BUY ...... ...._....... $1.98 and $2.98Children' 2-piece $1-55
Baker which was were visiting Services Sunday morning services -
do Velvet &fonda.
Harry I School NOW: AND SAVE. Sweaters regular 3 % Rugs,
the evening's card. few days left on the Cuba this 11 o'clock. morning at the Harris au. 7:30 p. m. :Study; of Sunday ... ......._.. .
main event on ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and School Lesson. Ladies' Coats ............ $5.95 up .$1.50. on sale ._...__ _.. $1.00 each -- .m. $1.50
Baker won the first fall in two morning for their home in Tampa. Sunday school), 3 p. m. with Coats ...... $2.95 up Heavy Canton Crepe, regular Large line Blankets. and Quilt
minutes, and Woods took the second t Sunday evening service, 7:15 women act connected another 'Choir rehearsal, Friday, at 7:30 Chitdren's. 75 :, on sale ._..._....-..-.... SOc .........._...-....... 7Se to $10.95
and third. the second in two Mrs. Farrie Day was an arrival o'clock. Bible Class'and regardlessof pJ; m. SALE ON DRESSES New Silks, regular $1.25, on Tailor-Made Curtains, pair 75c

minutes, and the thiid in one in Key West Thursday evening; dnomniations are invited t'' for Ladies Masses; and Chil sale Monday .......,...._ 89c 36 inch Heavy Quality Drapcl'
attend. SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST I chance to Children's ....
is from
dren-now Overcoats.
minute falls had over the highway, coming here to your
CHURCH colors
minute.scheduled.Thirty attend the funeral of ,her mother,)t CONGREGATIONAL : CHURCH --.. buy that Dress you have been ___. ......_...... $2.75 to$5.95 all per yard 25e
been .
IN! Lumbel-
--- JUST Boo'
SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH .admiring Every Dress re
Edwin Nelson and Joe Soldano Mrs. Elizabeth Saunders. I|i :527 William Street. : ,. : (Colored) .: .r: ,duced-must; close out all Winter Transparent'pectalljr priced Velvet Monday., all color, Jackets ..... ........... $195
offered fight fans a good four t I I. E.' lUcharf, Evans Pastor December CHRISTMAS GIFTS
.i.i Corner Duval and Eaton. Street Southard. Street Between Thomas : Dresses before Children's Wool Crepe Dresses.
rounds in the semi-final event. ;i Mrs. Grac: Mendoza) twife 'ifJ. Surid y' school,'9(5 a. m. Sundays : and Emma Streets, : '31sC 'BUY NOW! at ... ... _....:......_.i... ... $2.98 First showing of our
Nelson winning the decision at A. Mendoza. ehanceUor at, j Jfce!i: Morning ,worship at 11 o'clock. Morning! Prayer' ;,6:45L': ; m. William Perkins, Pastor Ladies' Dresses .._....... $1.95 up SPECIAL SALE CHRISTMAS GIFTS include
the end of the four rounds. Both Cuban. consulate and two: sons,{'The Sacrament of the,Lord's- Supper Mass (Communions), 7 a.' m.,' G. Williams, Missionary Leader Children's Dresses .. ou 88c up ON BLANKETS MONDAY hundreds of novelty Item!

men weighed; in. at 145 pounds.In Henry and.Jose Ramon.. Jlf.t i$n will be administered; f Mass for the, Church School,I I Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 SALE ON SHOES Heavy Double Blankets $ISO; which make useful and attractive -

another preliminary Eric the Cuba this morning for. Tampa,I Christian tnde v l'. 63O p. in.Evenine 9:30: a. ni.' o'clock. I A large and exclusive showing Wool Plush Blankets. $1.98 presents. PRICED LOW

Cnrrv- won a technical knockout I where they will visit relitives. }i I IMtr. worshin ':j:30. O'clock.I. Ma s 'of Thanksgiving. ,. 11 a. m.J{ Church services, 11 o'clock in S of Shoes for Ladies, Misses $3.50 Wool Blankets, on sale NEW THINGS >fX AROUND

in the first round in his fight Th sermon taken"Irom the text: : Evensong" Prayer, Sermon.. and Children. Special reduc- at ...... ..._.. ._. .. _. __.. $2.95 WILL MAKE THE HOME
with Everett Albury. Both tipped Enrique: ; ; : Aguilar and John ,19:10-11. j. tions Saturday and Monday. Baby Silk Quilts, pink and LOOKBESTFORTHEHOLIDAYS '

the scales at 130. I daughter ;sailed last' night for Mid-week ,service, s Wednesday ,Benediction, .Week S p. 'm. I i BUY NOW! blue .._.___...__._..... ... $2.25 I

Two youngsters; with appela- Tampa en route, to Jacks MiUe'' evening: 'at l.:3Oo'c1( ,Prayer C:45 j.
tions." 'M tio" and "Johnny," presented to join Mr4 Aguiiar who is employed Morning a. b th'ePAN. I II Shoes. $1.00 up sale _....-_...._... _.._.., $12.75 the home with our line of.
Mass, 7 a. m. Cream Wool Flannel for
I Draperies, Tapestries,
ReadyMade -
another preliminary fight there by the Florida East FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m AMERICAN PLANENo I; CHRISTMAS LARGEST SHOWING GIFTS Suits ?.__................__ $1.95 I Curtains, Curtain Goods.
for the fans. and Young Matio Coast Railway.Mr. :. I CHURCHJ. A second Mass on Wednesdays Navy Blue French Serge, Rugs Sheets, Pillow Cases,
won the decision.In .._ I 9a.m. Change In Rates I Our store is literally jam- 54 inch ..............._._._, $1.75 i and hundreds of other item .
addition:! to these events. and Mrs. T. Conn and party C. Gekeler, Pastor I Make Reservations by Phone, med with Christmas Novelty SOc Silk Mixed Tweeds,

two negroes offered the initial of six who were stopping at the' Corner of White and Washington I Telephone 620 I Gift Items-all kinds of beau- 3 for ._.__._.._...__.__...,. $1.00 EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE
I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: SOCIETY tiful things too numerous to Boys' Flannel I WILL BE REDUCED FOR
Pajamas, on
the few
fight on Hotel Colonial for a days,1left Streets Regular Planes Miami-Key
this for school meets at 1C a. i mention here-'also one of the sale ._...__._......ou......_.,- $1.00 I MONDAY
morning Tampa.' Sunday 327 Elizabeth StreetSandal' I West Airways, Inc., : largest assortments of Linens Little Boys' Suits with Coats,

AGAINST I Others in the party were E. 0. m. Oscar Norman, superintendent. school, 9:30 a. m. SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday and Handkerchiefs ever shown. at ,.-......._...... .......__ $1.98 THE-
NEW DEAL MOUNTS Paynter, J. Wk Crawford, J. W. The Adult Bible Class is taughtby Sunday morning service at 11 J Pay us a visit-BUY NOW! Opening op oar line of

Crawford jr., Mrs. E. Crawford,' the pastor. o'clock. RATE, ONE-WAY. $7.50 : SALE ON YARD GOODS I Christina Gifts Monday. Corn I Store of Fashion

I N. W. Crawford and E. Fichter. |, Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Wednesday evening service at I 20 pieces of Travel Prints. on I and -ee theas.Special
(Continued from Page; One) I I: Sermon: "The Day of Grace." ; 8 o'clock. Leave Key West 4 p. m. .Arrive I t sale at yard ......._ 19c and 23c table with Silk and City' Leading Ladies' StoreI.

gave it an endorsement of 61.15 MORE TOYS COMING Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. I Reading room in Society build- Miami 5:20 p. m.FastComfortableSafe. !; NOWJOE.! Cotton, Remnants. Come _rIT. I APPELROUTH
per cent. :! Sermon: "The Call of Christ.
: ing open Tuesdays and Fridays ---
"This week's votes total 20708f ,- Mid-week B.ble study Wednesday t L I I- -
fro'"ll 3 to 5 o'clock.CHURCH
f'lamp of 167,000 from last :AT STOWERS\ STOREJ. at 7:30 p. m. The topic will I _. .,. ._-- --
inIt is a substantial number be Three Parables of Warning. OF GOD

bpi only a fraction of those yet 'f- i Please read Luke 16:1-31, 18:1-8. 1
I 1106 Olivia Street
tp m1e. '
-" R. Stowers Company will receive Morning service at 11 o'clock. I
"This week we have seven I
States represented in addition to I two more shipments of : Sunday school 3:30 p. m. II D. ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT STORE I

the original five, a total of twelve. I toys bicycles! scooters, Shirley |I III St. Mary's Star of the Sea Sunday night service, 7:15 Announcing-- I

The poll is beginning to hit its Temple Dolls, diamondballs. and Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., Reductions all Ready-to- New .
on of
II I' BoY! and
I hundreds of other items for Christ
j jmas.
stride. in charge I Wear for Saturday and Mon Men's Suits for Fall. Beauti-
'"From now on the tension will :I Order of services for this .Ij PALACERicardo THE OPENING OF day. Now is your chance to ful range of Worsted. Cashmere -
increase week by week as other This store is now filled with! church: I I Cortez-Dorothy PageMANHATTAN bUT your winter outfit from and Tweed Material)",
States join in the nationwide I! bicycles, wheel goods of every description Sunday morning Masses will be 'I -in- still a large selection at reduced Largest assortment in the

referendum and additional hun- toys sporting goods. said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. 1 I MOON prices. city to select from at NEW

dreds of thousands of ballots are Many Key Westers are usuing Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. I Two Comedies SINCO SERVICE STATION Woolen Angora Dresses, LOW PRICES.
II I special __._ouOo.. ,_.... $1.98
tabulated."It I Stowers lay-away plan to purchase Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, 15-2Sc YOU LIKED JAYSON
Matinee 10-15c Night
( : ;
might seem that the Administration I Christmas: goods. one dollar -i Sundays and Fridays. I GIFTS SHIRTS with the no starch

is running behind its I down and easy weekly- pay-- I -, __. -._ Corner Fleming and Grinnell Streets Linens. Underwear. Chromium no wilt collar before .
1934 showing. Bet The Literary i ments until Christmas.. Handkerchiefs, Imported now wait tin yon see the new

Digest repeats its warning that. Stokers carries the most Cbristmas'goods I China. Electric: Toasters and ones!

nobody can. tell what the final results plete stock of toys and UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF Waffle Irons. Cocktail Sets, If you have already en-
; will be."ThirtY5ix. in the city. The pubic! is i Manicure Sets, Military Sets, joyed the perfect appearanceand
invited to visit the store and inspect Ties, Belts, Novelty Jewelry.
more States are corniest of the
yet to be heard from; hundredsof the largj stock. novZO-lt:: > AFTER YOU HAVE READ THE Clarence Thompson Compacts, Bed Spreads, and famous Jayson Shirt you
thousands of citizens have not I II many other items at prices have a real treat in store
from 25c and This
up. year when select from the
yet cast their ballots. And even Need for musicians for the German \: : we have a larger selection of latest yon assortment of Fall
in the twelve States representedto army led to establishment I, Christmas gifts than ever. A JAYSONS show-
we are now
date the result may fluctuate that country's "First Public, SUNDAY STARt I Tomorrow December 1 I visit to our store will solve ing. Jayson baa added perfect -
before the finish. It is still cither School for Military JPusicT.- aBu t Sunday I YOrfElml.E: styling to the other virtues
side's race. I ckeburg.I I "T Beautiful of the shirt the porous
"In 1932 The Literary Digest Ready-Made Curtains and and perspiration-proof collar
Presidential L> This i U SINCLAIR STATION Panels, also Silk Damask that will wilt
Poll forecast Mr. a never crush or
Roosevelt would receive 59.86 I magazine states, "But,. much ,asit'respects1'ihese .TOMORROW, CHECK UP ON THE ADVER. Drapery ,at pr. $1.00 and up wrinkle. Come in and make
percent I { opinions The Literary 36 inch Heavy Drapery. selection .__ __._...
of the HooverRooseveltxote. still feels! that the TISERS WHO FURNISH INTERESTING 3 yards _.......--...., _. $1XK your u $1.9
The officiat election returns 1 printed on theseS I : 40 inch Tweeds yd. _... 20c Men's and Boys' Accessories -
show he received 59.15 per cent simple question READING. OPALINE PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OILS I Children's Twin Sweater --Ties. Belts, Handkerchiefs -
of the Hoover-Roosevelt vote. S 10,000,000 ballots was the besti I Sets._._._......... __ $1.00 Socks, Sweaters.
"The tlmelire5s' of the present i i way to test national sentiment on 'I COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE I Ladies' Flannel Pajamas and Hats, Caps and Chrwtmas

poll is enhanced ''the New Deal today." Gowns ..._......_. ....._....... $1.00 Novelty Jewelry Gifts to suit
developments.! Preparationsfor I II ACCESSORIES TIRES : 36 inch Curtain Scrim, alL Great selection to choose
; SPECIAL OFFER I beautiful patterns, per from.
the 1936 Presidential campaign __ I yard ..._...._......._....... $1.00
: are being speeded. Political l LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SPECIAL SALE of lien's
writers are busier than ever." PERMANENT WAVES Phone 15 SHOES for FALL and Boys' Shoes in BIa t...
Answering" the critics who take two Permanent gg QQ IT WILL BE LIVE NEWS UNTIL THE STAlL have been reduced. Largest Browns Whites and Sport

exception to the form the ques for _ election of Shoes in the city. Combinations. All aizes and
tion a'ked: : "Do you now approve Better Waves $S.OO and upMRS.MILLER RISES AGAIN NEXT SUNDAY P. S.- Ask 'us for your copy of the Stamp Album I Low Heels and High Heels. all prices.:

the acts and policies of the Roosevelt I -- I ,
j .
New Deal to date?" the I 407 South Street Phone S74-

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