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: January 2, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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System ID: UF00048666:00393
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Sholtz Ratifies Legislative : FISHING ,CAMPOPENED ANOTHER UQUOR, ,\ .. ,FEWSTATEJAGS'SOLD GREAT HEADWAY.\ > Dispute Over Territorial Issue


Acts For Monroe County,I FINE CATCHES LOCALAQUARIUMVISITORS Between France And Germany To


\ Be Ended In Coming Plebiscite

READINGAt UP TO DATE - -, - --- .-.. -

Juvenile Judge, Criminal FOR CLIENTS TO BE New Problems PresentedIn
Court And County' a special meeting of the Up to date state automobiletags
I' city council held today, a new CALLED ON FORWORKPLEDGED
I I II Collector Frank II. Ladd number

Commissioners I liquor ordinance was passed on I: 120 which leaves approximately I Revert To Germany For

: FIVE: MILLION DOLLARS U..rl.l <. Tkc CIfl&..) i its first reading in repeal of the 1,000 to be disposed of, according Great progress has been made
LONG KEY Fla. Jan. 2. Excellent i to the estimate of Mr. Ladd. during the few weeks MaintenanceBy
.. I past on the _
(lly AMorlatrd I'rr ) PUT OUT IN VARIOUS one which was recently adopted.I I Last year 1,100 were purchased Key West aquarium and indica-
I catches of sailfish and am-
TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 2. There will be another meetingheld in Monroe County but as personnel tions that visitors i STEFFERUD
CONTRACTS berjack .have auspiciously usheredin
-Governor Dave Sholtz to- i of the army, navy, marine ing will be afforded the oppor- 487 AMrhitr Preen)
PAST YEAR the winter season at the Long tomorrow morning when the I I corps and coast guard, and other tunity of seeing the finest collec- CAMPAIGN CONDUCTEDWILL BERLIN. Jaa. 2.-Two ideas

day signed executive procla- Key Fishing Camp here, world- measure will be presented for I branches of the government must tion of fish in the United States
German attitude -
mations as follows: famous angling resort, which further consideration.The I I this year buy tags, the number before the season is much further BE NEEDED SOME- dominate the official
sold is expected to exceed that of 13
of (fly A..orl>trd Frews) opened on December 24. advanced. TIME NEXT WEEK on the Saar's January
Declaring ordinance in of its
new one last
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan. 2.- year. All of the interior embellish- "The Saar it German -
An outstanding feat was the I' plebiscite:
the legislative act fixing construction contracts I provisions specifies that no intoxicating There are now ,a large number ments of the tanks have been com -'

Highway taking by Watts L. Richmond of:I beverages can be'' cold} : of out of town car owners of pleted and work is now being 1 Westers who pledged 1" and: 'Nothing can. be
of the juvenile Key
compensation totalling 4749480.46 were .
Buffalo. noted sportsman of a.I I within three hundred feet of any)|which-have t-lready purchasedtags.In carried on with the same kind of f.inedby.tyot.'for! tk.i status ,
I volunteer work'last July when the
in the year ended, Dec.I I church, excluding' any reference,, have purchased tags than was sold and center campaign was ,staged .will be i quo."
act was ratified by voters in tackle. This: is one of the largest ,j pool, by masons
to schools. |:I daring the'entire.season' last year.. schooled in the of called beginning next week; ,.
15, 1934. taken at Long knowledge upon < "iOn. typifies hopo the last election amberjacks ever The vote 'on\ the issue was four I *IThese:5ales I will also materially the architecture of the ocean bed.
The federal government, to work out their pledged it
Key on light gear, and is one I to three, with Councilmen Roberts ! add to'the number and Mr. Ladd Making Additions fear that'.'tKSaar. > population.predominaMlyGcrman ,
Declaring, the rejection of through its 'national recovery pro- feels confident sales will reach the was announced today. .
\ Rich-
heavier than Mr. This work
pound consists of
Cabrera and Hoffman voting making ,'"may! decide
I I supplied $4,270,426.34 of 1.200 mark before the time for All volunteer laborers will be
the legislative act which gram, mond's best catch: of last year. I. I additions to the tanks of rocks.

proposed to abolish the the total contracted, with con- Indications point not only to a 1 no. sales expires on January 15. shells, sea growths and other for- used on public projects. it was.I it It better to remain under
:: tracts to be paid for with state three were bitterly opposed mations to make the surroundingsof I said, such as development of the I League of Nations jurisdictionthan
court of records for I banner season at the camp but to to adopting the measure as
I | tanks and pools as much like
beaches work the ,
I funds totalling $479,054.12. MOST GOVERNORS on aquarium
a winter marked. by the thrill oft they wanted the ordinanc to read the regular habitat of the fish : to cast its lot with Hitlerism
Monroe county. This act I i In addition to the state-financed I II' I wellknown'tangling : within, a certain distance of any aspossible. and the like.Persona .
that the
competition among The conviction is general
the votersin construction, the road departmentpaid I church jr school, which they claim on work relief now
was rejected by titans. Mr. Richmond.)I SERVING FLORIDA Fourteen of the 2G side and end

the last general election.j.I' with state funds for maintenance -:I I holder of many records in Florida -I would be the proper Constructionas inas- I tanks have been provided with the will be called out by their timekeepers Saar will not go to France.

i and repairs to the ftate'sI pertains to the measure, one-inch plate glass fronts and or foremen for the volun- But there also appears to be a
ratification of : and Pacific coast waters, will much this will the ,i
Declaring as protect
WEREATTORNEYSi the other 12 are to be placed growing belief that Saar voters,
extensive system of paved roads. I I I teer time, just as they are for
shortly be joined here by N. Jer- school as well as the church, which
within a brief time. As each tank dubious of nazi policies on economics -
legislative act fixing compensation I is ,
a Maintenance of convicts also than absolutely I regular work, and a system of
law of Chicago, himself the they claim is no more decideto
requires two of theSe fronts when and
FOUR OUT OF FIVE OF THIR. religion, race, may
of members of the financed by the road department.The I of several world marks. right and fair to the citi- completed there will have been I. timekeeping will be followed so remain as they are with the

board of county commissioners -I biggest single contract j I Arrivals at the camp include: zenry of Key West in its en TY LISTED WERE ENGAGED i set in place 52 of these glass that a definite record of the expectation some day of returning

!I awarded during the year called I B. W. Crowninshield of Boston, tirety. slabs. I I. volunteer time put in will be t I to & nazi-less Germany.
of Monroe county. | an expert in sailfishing who has I Practically all of the available. New Problems Presented .
i for construction of a new bridge ;I ...
This act was also ratified by across Apalachicola Bay to con-j I opened his cottage, the Marlin; GEORGE ROBERTS DIFFERENT TIMES work has been completed WOOd-I I The first group will be those I Should the .erritory revert to i
Mr. and Mrs. Max Matthcs, of who start their three-day shifts
1 '| beautiful in front of the on
nect Apalachicola with the main- I canopy ; Germany it will face, like other
voters in the last election. land. This bridge will cost $1,- I Wilmington, Del.; Gilbert B. In7 Aa.ctla5eJ Pro) tanks. This goes around the entire .'| tomorrow, and tney will be called German states,* the current problems (
Pei kins, of Saugatuck Conn.; Al- DIES YESTERDAY TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Jan. 2.- interior : upon for volunteer time following
When passed by the legis-' 242,832.28. It was financed' of the aquarium and : of finances, unemployment,
!'through the federal Public Works'" fred Kraftsow, of Philadelphia; Four out of five of Florida's 30 I as the structure proper is roofless -I I their regular work period. J.II and foreign trade with which Hit 'Ii

lature, these acts carried a 'Administration which loaned the Mrs.. J. B. Rountree and Miss governors: were lawyers. provides perfect protectionfrom Gerry Curtis, director of the ler's "third reich" is struggling.It ;

referendum clause, and money to Franklin county. The Elizabeth Iountree of Washing I l FUNERAL SERVICES ARE BE- This information was gathered'by the rays of the sun and also I I works division, will be in chargeof also will get some of its own. .

bridge will be operated as a toll ton; William Bernstein of New State Librarian W. T. Cash, from spectators getting wet in the. I, the volunteer work program. These include; 'I
could not become effective I York B. Simon of Detroit and CONDUCTED Persons not on the payroll also.
bridge to obtain revenue for repayment ; INC THIS .who found that farming ranked vent of win. The relations 'of"the devout

until a vptc-of the electorateand j t I ."*of*the loan. It will be Louis Tolmach of Edgemore, L.I. AFTERNOON second in the professions Lat sent Piling Are Placed !'I will be called upon and a record Saar Catholics with a nazi regime'

+opened to traffic during this Largest Of Week men to the governor' chair. At the north end of the structure -I of the time they put in will be that promises freedom of worship ,

proclamation by the The largest sailfih of the week I Eight governors never practisedlaw. the concrete piling enclosing -!J I I kept just as it is for those on for Protestants and Catholics but i

governor. I' year.Next in the list of contractswas was taken by Mr. Matthes. This I I They were M. S. Perry, plan the crawl for larger fish and:,' the payrolls. indicates favoritism. for a "pa- 1

333211.76 for concrete paving fish weighed 52 pounds and mt'as-I i George A. Roberts, 80 years tation operator; W. D. Bloxham, reptiles have been all placed and 1: "While we cannot cut anyone ganist" movement. \

I road four in Dade county ured 7 feet 4 inches in length. On old, died yesterday afternoon at r plantation operator; Thomas with the exception of finishing off: off the relief rolls,- we shall feel 1 Competition of Saar coal with i

COLLECTION IN while on third place went to the I the same day, Mr. Matthes also::| 3 o'clock in the residence 711 Brown, hotel proprietor; Napo-I: the tops of the piling, all of this at liberty to give preference to I,that produced in German regionsand 1

I $259.1 18.79 contract for pavingon raptured another sailfteh (G j foot :;\ Fleming street. I leon B. Broward, ship commander; I, part of the work is ready. |I those who keep their pledge to adapting coal exports to German

road two in Polk and Osceola G inches long and liberated still :1 Funeral services are being held I George F. Drew, sawmill operator Before the finishing touches! Governor Sholtz and Administrator J exchange restrictions. .

REVENUE FUNDS : counties. a third. Fishing with him. Mr.\ : 4::0 o'clock this afternoon from II ; Harrison Reed, newspaper' are made however, the crawl will Stone." M. E. Gilfond. Key Nazification of a population

1, The road department's budgetfor Kraftsow took an 11-pound baby : the Lopez Funeral Chapel, with I editor; Albert M. Gilchrist, civil'I I' be deepened to the required West administrator, said. "At and its institutions which not j :

SHOWS INCREASECOMPTROLLER li>31 will be drafted duringI sailfish which was 5 feet 6 inches i Rev. George E. Summers, of the]I engineer, and Sidney J. Catts, a depth affording ample water for 1 present, the average relief received :l be amenable to this discipline.nay

I this month. 'lon!'. I I First Methodist Church official- minister.Governors. the larger fish to revel in. This in Key West is higher than 1 r For each of the questions the :
i Turner of Ridgewood.N. ing. Jackson. 20 feet I in other of the state I
Joseph Andrew crawl is 50 feet long and parts principally Berlin
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J., accounted for two sailfish, Pallbearers are: George Roberts Rickard Call. Milton and Mosleywere t because the Relief Administration .
LEE ISSUESREI'ORT IMMENSEJEWFISH feet inches weighing Joseph Watkins, Chester well wide.While the small, taken into speakers, and newspapers!
one G 9 long, j interested in farming as only two of has consideration have the confident "All

SHOWING MILLION 43 pounds: the other 6 feet ginI Thomp on. Milton Rus.. ell. Ulmont as in law, Cash eaid. Gary A. tanks are provided with spt-ci-!! the volunteer hours l will be well." answer,

EXHIBITEDAT ches in length, weighing 41 Russell and Julius Pinder. Hardee left the practice of law mens these have been visited by]! pledged by Key West citizens. If German To Prevail

DOLLARS MORE OVER PRO. BEING pounds. Mr. Turner, Mrs. Turner Mr. Roberts is survived by two and became a banker before he several hundred interested persons -! that volunteer time is not worked Way '
It has been that
promised, religious -
CEDING YEAR and their grandson, Robert Merrill -I sisters: !Mrs. Annie Roberts and began his term as governor. John ;r during the past few days,II IIr out, the Administration will be i liberty will obtain. and

CURRY'S DOCK nine turned in a fine day's Mrs. Julie E. Roberts and a number W. Martin has not practised law and on one occasion more than forced to bring the relief scale' strong efforts have been made to

.: catch of kingfish, taking twelve,I of nieces and nephews. since leaving the governor's of 200 visitors were counted during down to the level of other com I' quiet the Evangelical church fight

as well as two bon ita and one fice. the morning.The munities." crucial "''ior.

(fly AiMirlalrd I'm) .. CAPTURED BY,. I DREDGE BOAT The state's present !governor visitors were delighted with] Nearly two million hours were over days leadership just before during the voting.the .
TALLAHASSEE.:: Fla., Jan. _.- MONSTER tuna.The . ,
: third best those who the of several angels pledged in when the '
I second and amberjacks Dave Sholtz, was among I display : July cam-:r The attitude is taken, too that
Comptroller J. M. Lee reported SUGGESTION the week those from 1la office to the 1 1c I hued ] :
THEODORE ROBERTS; of were came banjofish brilliantly 'pol-j, paignv wa3.lQnductdr1 Only a' social problems ''pertaining' to

collections, ..by ,the state's HAVEIT'PLACED :; of young Merrill 2 30%.pounder, TO TAKE OIL! pit'tlljl\! \ U I lies and a few otherS: of the more]t tI small proportion of the time' nazification '.:- includin! ''puttingnazia

revenue, fund fur.\ the first six ;I MADE TO and of George G. Schutt, Jr.. \ than 600 specimens which' will he 'pledged! ( has tieW'; worked out .so into offices exacting loyalty

mouthsn>C.the current fiscal' year tare ; AQUARIUM. 1 12 years old, of Haines Falls, N. 3O1t1iraoM'l MOST HOBOES BEG I seen in the tanks when the aquarium far, it is stated oaths, ,and achieving ,the 'nazi:

Y.. weighing 28 pounds. Others TO PORTER ; ,>'' "H ESCAPE WORK is finished. I of ew" in schools will be
nirat-ly fl.owO.bOQ ahead of'i j ," YESSEL COMES, (m TO point v -
I were taken by William Bernstein, \ I -
solved in the good old German
the ame period in the reccling fish and Mr. Mat- 5'p: LIGHT TENDERS
by Do K
a 20-pound ; S ,.. 9MPANY'S '
Wft\It t flsK'itterdaV': !} '1u'' in1 I I' .. Jan. 2.- DEFEROPENING way. a
year. ; the Vh'oje fish weighed 25 LOUISV4LE..K&
: :!, : Germany, it [Is Indicated, willlower
: the NorihVti' t;}jnnel. T ore PIER TODAY "
From July 1 to Dec. 28, IU34, Robertson Roberts:pounds; .i* i "Brother, can you spare a dime? ; I I DEPART TODAY Saar unemployment in probably
9+ "I'ete-r Juniors Successful I The question. according to findings OF UNIVERSITY
Comptroller. Lee reported general i; landed an immtnsIJewfish vhichlcan I) the same way as in the
welfare and _
Junior anglers fared well. Besides I of the Louisville I
collections of $2,981-:! the fish! I fatherland-taking young men
revenue be at
now I II "
Merrill Coming to the pier of the is not whcth- I -
his amberjack, Robert up police departments
I out of jobs and sending them to
:950,72:; against collections in the dock at the foot of Front street.) accomplished the unusual in Porter Dock Company today broil er you can. but whether you I (Special t. Tfce Cl
corresponding period of 1933 of The monster measures about: taking; a 3-pound remora or shark I and water was the Dredge; I should. And the odds are abo'it GAINESVILLE, Jan. 2.- I ENGAGE IN LIGHTHOUSE have labor work.camps so can

$2,342,880.27. i eight;; feet from tip to tip, and I sucker. Bradley Saunders, ten of I Benyuard, of the United States seven to five that you shouldn't.Louisville's Originally scheduled to re- Berlin Figures Answers .
weighs approximately GOO pounds,_ 'I being convene on Thurtday, January ACTIVITIES
Kansas City, Mo., landed a 201/1 Engineers Department. I panhandlers are -
In addition, the general; revenue full of 3, following the Official Germany is confident
the one ; recessfor
taking up space in first; tests to determine I
pound amberjack on his The vessel arrived in port yes subjected to to
of the coal trade
fund has items collectedand the fish solving problemsand
now I I the largest; fish cars at J I Christmas, the University -
deep-sea fishing trip, while his: terday morning and berthed at I whether they are compelled related issues. It is emphasized
hold in suspense pending possible I I dock. Even at this the large brother. Henry eleven caught a the railroad terminal'' Today: by circumstances to begor of Florida will not start After being in port for the, that from
i I change League
minor adjustmets totalling specimen' of the deep sea cannot 17-pound barracuda. Miss Frances the Benyuard is being placed in'I do so to avoid work. classes until Monday, January I I New Year's celebrations, thus I jurisdiction to German control ,1
while stretched out at' 7, it announced today
$340,000, which, with the collections full maneuver length. This is consideredone Schutt completed the week's sailfish -I readiness for activities in removing -: The study thus far has revealed by. President was John J. Ti. providing opportunity for officers will handicap only a fraction of

alerady credited would list with a 6-foot specimenweighing ; silt and other deposits in the that seven out of every 12 who and personnel to spend the season f the Saar's set-up because Germany -
of Jewfish
of the largest
make the increase for the pat six | 25 pounds. Northwest Channel entrance to beg are unworthy of cash assist fert. with their families, the three ten- takes about 50 per cent
waters. No ,
these particular was
taken in ]i reason
months $979,070.45.With : i Excellent fishing weather prevailed -!the harbor. ance. ders of the lighthouse department,' more coal from the district than
I Peter Roberts, possessor of the Jt sned! by President Tigert
here, was the cafe most I . sailed this morning.
month-end bills yet to be as -- does France.
monster, says that he will con - in delaying r..opes.iag
i of last winter. Statistics just released - --- Tenders Ivy and Poppy went I
fund I Furthermore it is that
paid. the general revenue tribute half of the fish's value tol! -- from Thursday until nexti argued
[ indicate that the little palm- out to Cosgrove Shoals to con-
fhowed a balance of approximately the local aquarium for exhibition,: I' Monday: however, the Florida . 50.000 Saar men are engaged in
Operating expensesfor fringed isle last season shared tinue activities on the} erection of Industrie dependent mostly on
250000. providing some one else will do- I State College for Women I
have With Key West the distinction of *NewspaperSpaceFairfax the lighthouse to be located there. trade with which
the state government nate the remaining half. I I[ I originally was not slated to I export Germany, :
duringthe having the most equable climate The seven piling have been has increased 90 cent since '
been when presented
paid ,. Mr. Roberts feels that this immense reconvene until January 7, per
several months, the :; in the country, with an average placed, struts and members of the 1932.
past add and felt that the I
specimen would wonderfully I ( Minn.. Standard) it was move
i daily temperature variation of J foundation attached and work on
Additional madethat
I promises are
reported.CUBA to the collection at the was made in order_ to synchronize
only! eight degrees, the usual "Newspapers are accused of being mean and selfish, because construction of Ute superstructure I 'agriculture and the building ;
which is visited daily the schedules of the
aquarium, in| range; being between 70 and 78. I they cannot afford to give away space and work' for institution. .... ,' will be carried on, providing industries in the Sass will be en. <<
by Jwo' *
WITH many
SAILS ,' Key West. .................... ... every conceivable type of publicity.V' wherever notice that possible newspaper -, I weather permits. has been couraged by the opening. of sub t
their home towns Tender Poinciana as-
I people patronize sistence projects by increasing soil
I WHERE TO GO bills for heat, light, NEW ARRIVAL ATI work in Miami harbor,
78 PASSENGERS NOTICE they subscribe to local churches, pay big signed to fertility and by* made work pro

; ........................ labor, car repairs and every other kind of bill. Would a I to complete a program which was grams.

Section 6 of Article 6, Or-I TONIGHT i garage man repair a newspaper man's car for nothing, becauseit I WARREN'S HOME started before the holidays. ,
dinance 226 requires all vehiclesto j Monroe-"By Your Leave" and ; would be 'good news value'? Would his home town give I I ;
Steamship. Cuba sailed l yesterday I r __ NOTICE MONROE 'THEATER
with one (1) light.; him because it want favors would men work
with r.11 be equipped ,"Mu;;ic in the Air. free light, might
Havana i
afternoon for second'! This applies particularly to Palace-"Thunder Over Texas." for nothing, because it meant good publicity? A boy weighing pounds was Madge Evans-Robert Youn? in
first class 11 j All members of Tiger Tail Tribe
passengers their born on Saturday night to Mr. DEATH ON THE DIAMOND
cia:.s, two automobiles and 135 bicycles. j TOMORROW "No, newspaper men, as any other honest men, pay and Mrs. R. E. Warren at their No. 19, L O. R. M., and Poca- Frank Morgan-Genevieve Tobinin

aacks of mail. I I All persons riding bicycles at I Dia- bills, and, if they have an interesting, honest paper of wide [home. 924 Southard street. hontas are urged to be at the hall BY YOUR LEAVE
On The
notified to be Monroe-"Death
Ferry' Palma arrived from Cuba 'night i ; are hereby circulation, they believe this paper to be valuable enough to Wednesday. January 2. .
arrival has been 7:00 m.
I I' the light. mond" and "By Your Leave." The new given p. MatUoet Balcony. 10c; Orches
with "
supplied proper
wth car these bills. I O. ROBERTS.
the to F.
yesterday afternoon one furnish revenue pay
the of Clinton War-
MALONE palace-"Thunder Over Tex. name Roque Ira, lS-20ci Night; 1S-2S
- (:3.1 l bones empty. cars.141 eacks of mail and I I I'jan2-lt W. Mayor.\ as.." J I ten, Jr. janl-2t Chief Of Records. .




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FACE. TWO TIlE KEY WEST fITT7E\! \ 11',1:\'EnXJ.snA, _.IAVITAI.... ..!.V. o-, Iy.'jif .-...

:tit I LkMf'uolished iU IMPORTANT RECONCILIATIONFor I ........................

:' -- UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED"Mo'e Spotlight" !
; Daily Lxcept-Suaday fly . Today'sAnniversaries
time it has been
THE: t'ITIZt.'Ii: rrmaaiu.tn: co.. i.\c. some apparent
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1. 'UTI.'\ rrealdrB that
France and Germany had reached an -
From The Citizen Ttulldlng ...
Corner Greene and Ann Street understanding about some of the i issues; between I........................

1727-James Wolfe, English (othinfiafc
0,1.1Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe them. The French withdrawalfrom
t general, hero of the capture of
County. the election contest in the Saar was I Quebec, born. Died on the battle.) t CDSOWWAITCOWa

n'r..1 at Ky \\'t-Jll, I'Imrlda. an see"nd class matter field Sept 13, 1759.
one of the outward manifestations:; of the I
Russia r 1752: Philip of'I Today i is the day of
Freneau competi-
new alignment. It was: so real that poet
.. ... A Great Lakes fishmd
Herbert thf A wU l Ire. boat provided the Revolution] whose
Associated PreHs! i a exclusively entitled to UM also a new French ally-necame a little job for NORMAN FOSTER when he mated his poems "ani-;. tion. Your city must compete withother
credited countrymen in the dark. ,
rt-i'ubliralion or all news dilJl.atf'h..a to
1t: .r or not otherwise credited In I tils paper and air* worried about the new Franco-German ran away.from home at the a& of/5.e est hours of '70, and cheered the.I' cities! and the only way it

the I lo.-iil new published here. friendship. Recent remarks of Rudolf despondent soldier as he fought', can hope to pain is through successful -
!lit 11".111..10. H'1'1o:1 the battles of freedom," born in i i
:Rte Year ., .. . .. .. 10 00 Iless, IIitl(>r's deputy of the Nnzi Party, in ;; cooperation
Hx Month -..-. _::. ::_.::..::::.___.:.. .::.:::::':=== 6-01 New York. Died Dec. 19, 1832. :J
three Muntha ...._. m.. ..__ ........__.. ..._ 2.!5 ft a speech lent additional( confirmation to t t'a i4 I j i After much disjointed efforts
tine Month _......__.m".__"_...-.._..___.............__.__ .11' ,
OVeekty .... ............ ...._... ......................_.__ ...._.__ t1 the new friendship. a 1787-Ramsay Crook, fur j on the part of business concerns"
"\\Pe Germans are no longer of the ; rf :! t. i Its tt.L trader. associate!!! of Astor in the I I I in many cities, order has been
.tut KUTIHM II "I.tt:!
great fur business of the West of
-Made known i..n m..liMion.I'1:1'1.11..11'rI. I.IAll opinion, as we were at the tirre of the invasion ; : his day, born in Scotland. Died in I I)j I i, brought out of chaos by coopera

read'ng' nnli....". cards of thanka, resolution oft of the Ruhr, that France wants to New York, June f, 1859. tion.
< spat i hit lIary nota-m. etc. will be charged, fur at i< t Difficulties have been -moothetl
tie rate of 10 rents a line.Koti destroy our country hyny available I I
: v. for entertainment by church from \ hick 1797! -RuRb S. Legare, South cut, obstacles overcome", and they
derived C; cents line. means, Herr ]1I(1tVllO! is MiniterVith::; Carolina
I revenue Is to be are a v' lawyer cotton planter;
l j I are now getting the business of
The Clilzm Is an open furum and Invite dlacua. out Portfolio, declared.! "France has k/1 i i41 .b. &ttornE'y. nf'ral under i
MOM ut ,pit',11.* Inure and subjects of local or general Tyler,][ their trade" tertitory by cooperating -
it u rest u but it will" not publish anonymous comniunl- changed her attitude toward Germany and ; born June at 20,Charlefton 1843.: S. C. Died I!I!I and going after it.

this has Cooperation" i is an essential partin
-' ----- -- naturally brought with it a for- I
building for which there is
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST tunate change in Germany's attitude to- .c I 1830-Henry M. Flagler] the I!I no city substitute
ward France. I poor boy who became one of the I IworM's
ADVOCATED BY TilE CITIZEN Today we are convinced Y I What the average city needs is
men, associate\ of
that agreement with France" i is \ more cooperation."
n \ Rockefeller in the oil business !
!! ,
No one can imagine a German speak E// SHEI I MANNORS, Columbia er, arrivedin 'I maker of a goodly part of modern "They without can't have increased increased badness

1. Water and l Sewerage. ing like this at any time during the past this world on a witch's broomstick Florida born at Sanandaigua, N.'I cooperation.
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main Y. Died May 20. 1913.
twenty years. The former conservative \t r= on -Hallowe'en, 'October 3/5 !1, Cities whose merchant do not

l.anJ. TH 1./010'" governments of Germany would have '1831-Ju!'tin 'WJnsor, Boston: believe in cooperating often wakeup
3.1 Free Port. : 4.L' # ; IZA1f: and Harvard librarian and historian to find out that other cities are
f been overthrown if they had publicly discussed -I getting much business they .houldi
4.: Hotels and'Apartments. : ':" ; :born in Boston. Died Oct. .
'j'j: the possibility of' friendship with get.
: ,
y 22. 1897.
j jj The which
I 5. Bathing Pavilion R"t cigarette '
France. case
:.." Ilitler's government, however, 't .
I Subscribe The Citizen.
Gt(j Aquariums / .* DONALD COOK in + i to
well-known to be extremely nationalistic uses 1854-Alice. M. Robertson' OkJlahoma I '
7. Airports- Land.'and. Sea: would be able to for I TtiE EVIDENCE"was .'teacher to the Indians I r
\ put over Germany a /BEHIND second woman member of. Congress I Fish, Birds and Deer lfeadst
8. Consolidation: ot County and City1Govt policy of reconciliation with France. If it / r sent to him born in Oklahoma: Ded; I. Mounted'

"rumenta. matures, it will mean much for the peaceof there July 1, 1931. CECIL CRAVTAXIDERMIST
by an unknown ."-. .
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... Europe.IS "'
---------. teminine admirer. 1870-George L. ("Tex") I Fine Work-Reasonable Prices

..ri.r_ Rickard colorful New York !sports 319 Fleming St. Phone 170-W
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN A NAVAL RACE .NEVITABLE? promoter born in Kansas City,I Key West, Florida
I GENEVA UttttttLL was wounded = ? S: Mo. Died in Florida. Jan. f. 1929.j -4 i

at the e e of 6 when a an 't's ._-_--- _--- _._ ___I p._ __- _n _
WILL always peek the truth and print it Japan's abrogation of the treaty ,
attempted io kill a public enemy.IJt I....................*...........................
without fear and without favor; never be regulating the size of certain navies does

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; not of itself mean a naval race unless the She still bears the / / w nere.w.ee..wKEY I AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE

always fight for be the inland empire to build her .
never proceeds
organ -- -- ----- -- ----
progress; up --- ---- --- -------- -- ---
I : we with to extend to oar clients our sincere thanks for the
or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, fleet beyond the limits that have been assigned I eee *eeeeeeeeeeeeee eeo troit. Ct'nerall\Iotors\ official, bornat cooperation which they hare shown u, during the past year :

faction or class; always do its utmost for the her. WEST IN Today's Birthdays Sandusky, Ohio 67 years ago. :. and New to Yecr.wish for them and all Key West a bright and prosperous .

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or Even in this event, no naval race will I...................,.... William Lyon Phelps of Yale, : It has been our aim to furnish you with every possible>>
injustice; denounce: vice and l praise virtue; result if the United States and Great DAYS GONE BY !! Miss M. Carey Thomas of Havjeiford professor! emeritus, lecturer and I. banking facility and protection at minimum cost and at the I
I time to aid and assist worthy enterprise \lying
ommend good done by individual or organ- Britain ignore Japanese construction. Our Happenings Here Just 10 Years! I'a., president emeritus of author, born at New Haven, 70 I I.: same to us for financial help. every ap e

ization; tolerate: of others' rights, views and own country, we recall, gained parity with Ago Today As Taken From I'I liryn Mawr College, born in Baltimore sears ago. Th. past several years have been most trying years for :
The Files Of The Citizen 78 years ago. : every line of business. It is most gratifying to our Officers
opinions; print only news that will elevate] Great Britain but did nothing to achievean I Dr. Herman G. James, presidentof I C and Directors to know that your bank has been weighed i in the

and not contaminate the reader; never compromise equal navy for years and it may be that Maj. Cen. Preston Brown U. S. the Univ. of South Dakota, I: balance and not found wanting. We have weathered the
All of the sponging vessels in born in Philadelphia] 48 years : storms of the past and with! pride and confidence look to thefuture. :
with principle something of the attitude be A., retired born at Lexington,
Key West harbor are making }preparations ago. ;: We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith in
adopted toward the Japanese. for the second trip of I Ky., 03; years ago.Frederick I I. us and your approval.
the winter. Some of the boats, including r :e To the many of you who have been ''with as since the _
there is Tito Schipa famed
However singer
Jimmy Durante's nose: i is quite. a ,center concern throughout opera : bank was founded in 1891 as well as to those who have be- .
the Susie, Captain JoeFelton's Kurr Opper of New
of attraction.Not the world over the course of the Jap- born in Italy, 45 years ago. come associated with us since that time we wish for you during :
boat which YOlk, famed cartoonist creatorof
brought in ,
I. the coming year much of those most valuable things which .
anese government in recent years.: No re- the largest pre-Christmas catch,I "Happy Hooligan born at Charles Heinroth of the Collegeof money cannot buy, good health, peace and happiness. :
.iponsible; statesman knows the bounds of are on the ways for repair and Madison, Ohio, 78 years ago. the City of New York, noted
all the rackets in the country are ambitions overhaul, but will be ready in a I crjranist, born in New York, 61 I: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KEY WEST :
Japanese what
; to
being handled by gangsters. or goals the short time for the trip. This morn 1---1 II years ago. ..........................aa.....e.........0Ad .....

Far Eastern empire} aspires. Given suf- ing a few of the vessels: sailed for I the famous Fisher brothers of De- .....- -. .--
ficient naval strength, what would Japan the Sponging grounds and others
A good way to make money in the I be inclined to do? That is the problem will start tomorrow, but most will ing made to line up certain candidates {, ."' ..:: II r
stock market is to stay away from it. not leave until Monday.The : for certain offices while \
that causes unrest and will probably cause \
lone office in particular has been I
other nations to more than match Japanese Key West chamber of com- the subject of much discussion.
The Miami Herald wants to know naval construction. melee has: received. a letter from :j Although several months of the '

why in heck a camel should want to get i I I Senator Duncan U. Fletcher giving -:New Year will pass! before any 'I HOLIDAY i

through the eye of a needle. That's been the assurance that he will try I J(formal announcements are made,
TYING THEIR HANDS to have an amendment made toI, jet it M apparent that from now
puzzling Jonah too.
; -- the naval appropriations bill pro-', until election time interest will i

"To these Congressmen-elect, I would viding for base an at extension Key West to at the a submarine cost gather impetus.__ I, Gift For The Family That Last
Trading at home in 1935 will do
say in m.v opinion, a legislator who of $100,000. |i i
much to improve conditions: in Key \Vest.A ties his own hands regarding legislationon I Editorial that most Comment women :will It is before claimJed ; -I

New Year's revolution: to that effect which he will vote i is committing as Stephen F. Lowe has bought a |i, long bcgjn to hob their hair. From: CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE

would Wdvsirable'nU. around.. great a sin as a juryman who goes into part of the MacDonald property i I last reports there is: no indication I
b. t 0 b aaal, : adjoining his plot along the waterfront of any effort on the part of bar.
. .. court pledged l in advance to a particular off Caroline street. The, to them.
Advertising in The Citizen will tiers stop Single Chair . ... .,.. S)4r) .
pay verdict. piece of land purchased is 70 feet f : J 7/i ?. f -- -- ,
l *, to the merchants wKb vill- wide and 210 feet long and will I W *
dividend are : l ,
These words .
were spoken, not by :]l'rAs a result' -Captain John J.
ing to give it a reasonable!; trial. The.ivuJt !some weaver of fantastic theories, hut by'' he used shed.as The a site remainderof for'another. ]lumber the, '.,: j interest in bowling, a ''" .-. ._ Double Chair ............:........... ..

'. may not be discernible i at once but the very practical Chairman James A. Far- MacDonald)) property Jn that ?<'c-i t number of(Clpba! have been formed : " "-: -1 I ; '
l wilt( 3
eventually the advertising will ln..ar fruit. !ley of the Democratic National Committeeand tion was bought bylcharlesj,1 f and llaracks bowling'h"oldr'their alleys.meets at the of I I p Child's Chair ....._................__ !
Sawyer.William. 1 f i e
Postmaster General, in an address delivered - the oldtimers] at the game are' pre I n.- 6 I ; f

When they came to turn him loose at in New York. R. Humphreys, repre- (f paring to again take up the sport. ;. Bench _..._____..._......___ .

Kaifnnl a dagger was found on one of the Without mentioning names, :Mr. Far- renting the William R. Compton I lAt present! the army, navy and :
marine teams
are giving Home excellent i
of Seventh and Locust
convicts so his pardon was revoked. What ley delivered a sharp thrust at tactics suchas company street, St. Louis, is in Key West I exhibition and are anxious: Rocking Chair !Iii

do they expect a fellow to do, go to work I were employed by organizations which making an exhaustive investigation to take on some of the ]local play- : BEAUTIFUL

without any I'ooK' ?-Fort :Myers News- relative to his company's accepting jers.i ; MIRRORS-FANCY-FOUR
issued questionnaires to Congressional candidates the offer of the franchise to I i ----- I I'I TO SELECT FROM ................................._-- .....
Pr"s"t several weeks in advance of the construct a sewer system' in Key I Tonight at the Key West Athletic -

elections, demanding "yes" or "no" answers \Ve!'t. Before he makes a reporton 'I] Club basketball game' fans MODERN CLASSIC FANCY GLASSWARE- best"i;

Here comes a young hopeful and says on a num.ber of proposal, some directly his findings Mr. Humphreys i]I ill't'e the Masked\ Demons. and :I
aid, he will go deeply into all the the Married Men's Club in con- VITORS; BOWLS, ETC.-
> told at college that if one took nine benefiting organized labor, that are I
circumstances in connection with ijflict! for the first time. Manager i .
table&poonsfuls of :salt it would absorb all :slated to come before the next Congress.Mr. the franchise and other matters f Markovitr. of the Demon
aggresa-I $
the blood in the body and he would die. Farley said : al"o the proposition for the water I. tion. fays he has a wonde Single Pieces .--.-..-.-.. .
Now who is there to decry the benefits of "Already the newly elected Congressmen supply. He will be here for about; of players and that they hate :
one week, he said. every chance of winning the '
college education? are being solicited to sign pledges, | tonight is his candid opinion. game'i'i'ii 2 Piece Sets ._ ._.....-_.._-- ..

more or less vague, which would enable While the city election is a long;' ever, the Married Men

No newspaper is compelled to print these. organizations to claim them as adherents ways off, there has already been 11 f ready established an enviable record 3 Piece Sets -...--..----. JL I
quite a lot of talk among politicians -i and feel confident 'of victory.
advertising matter, even if it Is not objectionable and so make a showing of II
strength as to who will) be the candi-:The majority of the fans believe I
on moral grounds, Judge 1.. L before or at the coming session." dates for this or that office. It itthey 4 will win and a number of IVORY CHINAWARE-16 Piece Sets-4 Plates, ( |

Parks of Tampa recently held. But what He added that it is the duty of a Congressman i i5 well known that efforts are, be- bets have been placed. II Saucers, 4 Cereals, per set _......._._...__.._.
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newspaper man except a crank will refuse "to keep his mind open, to preserve -4.- : :: -
1 I
legitimate advertising? his freedom of judgm.ent and his independence --

of thought, to the end that I Open Until 7 P. M. I II

One-fifth of the gross income of the I when he takes a position on any of the P & 0STEAMSHIPCo.UNITED II

t nation is now paid in taxes. That does not grave matters with which the coming Congress

mean profit, which is only a small portion I must deal he will vote as his conscience PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES I

; of the gross income. Wht business i is so directs for the best interests: : of the Effective April 27. 1933

harassed by shorter hour requirements, increased f people." c. !!Leave. Key West for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20 South Florida Contracting &: I

pay for labor and pricefixingthere Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday, and Saturdays
9:00 A. M.Leave\ .
Phone 598
will be no profits and without profits Upton Sinclair says he stands! for com- Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays 1
there will be no money for taxes. This mon sense in government. Now who can I 6:30 P. M. "Your home k worthy of the

i all Tickets, Re. rratioM and Information at Ticket Office .. &. .
is very simple. The how- he isn't
consequences say radical.-Atlanta (Ga.) S"r.I
I Deck "P..... 71 j ,
, ever, will be very complex and dangerous. Journal. J. H. tOST.1R. Ace.1. ? IIIII'.I'IIII.: II .I'lllllj

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JANS' IN SECOND CONTEST; 1013 PAID Southard for 'Used street.decl7-lm furniture. Puts a General Electric "Liftop"refrigerator


AUTO SERVICE in your home

I INew I Painted and Greased. No. 3
The Junior League opened the i Fire Station. decl?-lmol'

Year with a double bill yesterday -i The "Liftop" has the sealed in mechanism, I. i i
afternoon.The ,
!I carries the five year service plan, and has
Medina Stars played the ,
Baker Tigers in the first game.It .! 4 1013 Sonthard street. I'' tLe. lowest operating cost of any electric .

wa' .. an exhibition contest because -i dec22-lmox refrigerator made. : ..-. .-- .

some of the Tiger players: i
FOR RENT iI sewn : .
did not show up. They were still i I

came sleep started.at 1:30 o'clock when the COMPLETELY modern 6-room FUR house N I S i including II ED-., Let us place one i in! your r I f. :_,

favor The of final the score Stars.was 10 to 2 in Phone garage.47-J. Centrally locat d'i home on trial until July ;

got Beat three hitter safeties! were out Kristal of, four wh FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES] first at a rental chargeof _

times; at bat and A. Hernandez $15 WEEKLY and your own i

and F. Acevedo, who also hit three dresses FREE for demonstratinglatest $1.00 per month. i iSee ;

out of four. lovely Fashion!! Frocks.No ; .

In the field, Kristal, Al. Are- canvassing No investment. ;. f
CIO and Garcia featured. Write fully Give size and! us for complete detail y

Score, by innings: color preference. Fashion
"', R. II. F. 1d Frocks, Dept. S-24C Cincinnati. HOLDS All THIS FOOD! b

Tigers ... 000 011 02 ,f; 3 Ohio. .. :JZ. J jan2ltxFOR'SALE 2< 1 doi. eggs 1 Ib. butter
Start! 040 231 x-10 13 1 The Key West 2 pkl.cbcew.2 elM tout
Batteries 'Garcia lt' : : juice 1 bottle! catsup:
: Rueda. Alvarez 1 hotels cherries e 2 Ibi.
>' ?1 PAPER 500 bacon.J Ibi.roast.I hul
ajOfJ-! vedo. and A1. Rodriguez.; f sheets; 75c>_.Th. '!Amman Press. :2 Ib*. tomatoes_ 1 back
Electric Co. celery 2 crap* fruit.2
j I Summary: Two.base! hits!!: Kri!- aug7 lemons .,S dozen arises
1 MUd dn.
pr 1 in.
ta1. M. Acevedo; stolen bases: Al. l Ltd 2 left-over container
Acevedo, Martinez Villareal and '-";"- BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now S *- I q(. wner bole

M. Acevedo; sacrifice hit: G. Garcia By FRANK S. WRIGHT last-basket ban club Is expected. Petersburg, handling the center Job: lOc each or 3 for 25c at The! A. F. AYALA, Sales Mgr. 2 quick nbC freeiinjc=.2 lot.ttayi of feel i CJice )

: double play: Castellano (unassisted season Is here, and Coach Clemons (No. 1), himselfone Jack Beckwith. Miami; Carlisle Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen -
BASKETBALL of the best centers that the Hughes. Floyd Christian, St. Petersburg oct16 IIIII.IIIIHIDIIIA"IIIIUq"81t
) struck out I, ,but Building. "
; : by Rueda through- Gators have ever produced in basketball ; Billy Chase, Lakeland and
by Acevedo 3; bases!! on balls: off cut the South,eyes ar on the Gators. looks to Captain Welcome John MCCarty Ft. Pierce at the -- - ---
Garcia 3, off Rueda 2; hits: off What happened last February at the Shearer, Jacksonville guard (No. :2), guards; Jack Love Defray Beach:
Southeastern Conference tournament to be one of the outstanding stars of Bill Forsyth Homestead;Ken Eppert
Garcia 5 in 2 innings, off Rueda
when Coach Ben demons'Floridians the 1935 season. Shearer and Bob Jacksonville; Billy Gaither Tampa;
3 in 4 innings, oft Villareal 3 in defeated Kentucky,defending champion i Pop)Warner,Orlando brilliant cen- Bob Bary and Gordon Graham St.
2 innings; time of game: 2:00; and proceeded to eliminate ter (No.3),got all-star team recogni- Petersburg, forwards.
umpires: C. Vidal and Garcia. Vanderbilt another seeded team. Is tion at the conference last season. The Gators play the University of
still vivid in Dixie basketball camps.: George Smathers Miami (No.4),and Georgia at Athens January 10-11. [REL ABLE'FIRMS
the nightcap, the Cuban
Florida lost to Alabama lit the championship Harold (Spec) KInsey Ft.Pierce (No Mercer at Macon. January 12. returning -
Club defeated the Trojans by an ) game, but the Gators had 5)are the Gators'hopes for a double- to Gatorland to meet South
8 to 4 score. again demonstrated that they were barrelled scoring attack and the way I Carolina at Gainesville January 21-
Wickers!! and Garcia pitched a the "giant killers" of Southern bas that Kinsey has been firing lately, I 22. A trip to the west calla for a
ketball.It he 13 sure to be deadly troublesome I game with Alabama at Tuscaloosa
good but and
game poor support Is true that Mentor Clemons to the enemy this season.; Robert February 1, and a brace of contests
lack of hits in the pinches caused does not have Jimmy Hughes.George ( Ickett. Jacksonville (No. 6), will I I with Auburn at Auburn, February
their defeat.At Gunn. Jimmy Love and Collie Moore probably be Shearer's running mate 8-9. Georgia's Bulldogs come to the
bat, Martinez\ and Bazo from last season's strong team and at the guard positions. University for a pair of games Feb- Wh6 Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
the prospects! are not regarded as Florida should have good replace- ruary 1516. Dates for two games
starred hitting two safetiesin
/ particularly bright, however another ments this season with Al Hlckland. with Stetson and a second tUt with
three times up. hard-plying ncfer-beaten-till-the- Miami and Johnny Burroughs. St.Today's . Mercer have not been definitely set. '..................................e...........:.>.........eeeeeeee....e...............!........
In the field i L. Bazo and Martinez ,
for the winders played I ---- PLANTS FLOWERS DELICIOUS : ;
and Danny Lopez for the ........ ..... ...." a : PASTRIES. BETHEL'S I SWEET CLOVER
.en'j LEGALS sr',11111.Notice I andCocoanut '
played,a great amt behind I j Horoscope; ; : CONDENSED MILK

without plate. He an error.accepted 17 chances AfiTin J1.1a11: ( : : nv PAHTKH APPII('HlltHK.*TIOor AI}!1' ..... ..................I To Subscribers Plants each USe ::: :a AUTO SERVICE'ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
Score bv inning: 4 1.1(61t1A1.gn.: f Today's native may deal with Please Le prompt la paying Hibiscus Plants, each 10e.2Sc : CARS POLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
R. IT. E. NOTICE is HKREHV GIVEN that diplomatic! affairs for he can keep] Red Pur- .
the undrrslgned 1 l Jessie Porter KirUe the carrier: woo delivers yearpaper. Bougainvillea or t GOOD GULF GASOLINE Sam quality and
Cuban 010 040 201-8 13 3 a married woman a reorient of the I n secret and may rise high in the pie I ..... .. ._.?_. SOc to $100. ? 4 it TOP SERVICE other weight as
Trojan _. 000 :310 000-4 10 3:} Sale.I of Florida, will on the lath confidence of others. The lifework He pars The Citizen higher'; priced condensed
SOc to1.00 BATTERY
Poinsettia Plants SERVICE
January A D. 1933. apply to yes milk.
Batteries C Garcia and Ren-1 1 l I the Honorable Jefferson II. i will be along hidden line?, 15 cents a week for the paper :
dueles; II Wickers and D. Lopez.i Judge of the Circuit Court Uro"'n,1 i but with !some'\ authority. The native aad sells It t. "."1 for 20 Crotons!!, each -- ---- 25e : GULF SERVICE WITH A J DISTRIBUTED BY_
i'I'wentleth I Judicial Clntilt ________ 25c ., SMILEI
is i!$ reserved!' and self-reliant. . Turks Cap, each ,
Summary: Errors: C. IIernen-l Ida. In and for Monroe County, at! cents. Hi. profit for dellverinn *
dez 3. W. \VirVeri). 2. Rueda 1; his office I In the Court: House. Kev!R|! with !sometimes a hard grasping is S rents weekly on eacb Roses, dozen, ._._,?.... $1.20 : Our Ready-to-Serre Cake e ---oTRUJILLO BROTHERS

three bare hits II Wickers, Pazo;II or West as oon Florida thereafter at ten o'clock as a hearing A. :\1..1:'i nature, astute and selfish, but .ub.eriD r. If he is not paid : and Pastries are always fresh! ? GIVE US A TRIAL WHOLESALE GROCERY
stolen base4 Rendueles; struck may l I.t' had for a lictnse. to manage subject: to the softening influence HE loses. Not The Cltlana.t Florida :
i South Nursery :
out by II. Wickers 13, by Gar take charge of and control herjproper i: of love.<< Love of animals fo a Maloney & Peacock. Cor. Fleming and Crinnell Sts. e
: << and to become free Division and Thomas Street
) a
cia fi; bases on balls: off Wick- er In ttery respect In -.... 41PRI-1 I prominent trait. ,11111,.I Phone 597 Catherine St.J PHONE 818 ,

ers 4, off Garcia 2; hit by pitcher with Florida the statutes of the ---- ---- -- _-.._-, -_. ----- .......................:...............eeeeeeee ..c..o..............
: :Martinez. (by Wickers); double JESSIE:: PORTER KIRKK.Petitioner.. I t i SELECT SEA FOODS :
play: Garcia to Martinez to Cas- .I I PLUMBING HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

tellano; time of game: 1:50; umpires w: crnnv for HARRIS.Attorney Petitioner. !II I Jewfuh, 2 Ibi. .._..-.. 35c : INSURANCE !

: Ogden and Fabian. ilecl2.19.fi:! and Jan5-i. 1933:'I'I I. .:= The NeverTiringGUARDIAN Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib*. 35c J
'I I YellewUil on Bone, 2 Ib*. 25eGrouper I

KETCHUM AND I I In)1.\re In'Estate II IJ of.\RTLt'M.Leeeaseil.. = If, i I1 Z Ib*. ..,. ........ tee DURO PUMPS : Office: 319 Duval Street

-I, Snapper 2 Ib*. ..._._ 2ScS ,
I all MtTK creditors: 10 and 4'IIKIIITOIl'oTo : all Leraonshaving -== 'i f of your Mutton Fitb, 2 Ib*. -..-.. _.. 25c : PLUMBING SUPPLIES ..
BUTLER TIED /> claims or demands aalnstKall ; SALTED MULLET ROE I TELEPHONE NO. 1 ; .
l lyatate: == HEALTH _
You 'End each of you are hereby iU Select PHONE 348 _
I IN GOLF TILT linT nvti:claim lrdi1n.1 and l required tI..lluln.h. to wht.li present'you, ,=-I S CAPT.Large TOM'S PRODUCTS Oysters : -"Till?-. ; Try" You M....''AI'

orxejther of ,
you may have against! THE ICE MAN
: thystale of .MAR\ K. IIAUTLUM. r I' Delmomco RestaurantBodweiser .
.1' d. vuKrd, late Monroe t'.ft.idy, J| KingfUh Mackerel PORTER-ALLEN ,
TOURNAMENT KWWa. to the 'it. Hush cunn. Who appears like clockwork -'' . JOHN C PARK '
Cuddly Judge of Monroe t'ount,. at FREE PROMPT DELIVERY : -----
hts uffliv" In the = = every day of'the year .
> County Court louse .
AFTERNOON AT MUNICIPAL |n Monroe ( Six 'Coarse Dinners, .*_.._
tight; 'ounty }Florida w lHm = with a load of pure ealthv.I 'LOWE. FISH COMPANY ; COMPANY :
ralendur months from
the Q .--------- SOC, 75e.: .>....:.
LINKS UNDER DIRECTION -, dill of the first .publication hereofXil ._ protection? PHONE 151 328 SIMONTON ST. ,
PRO GEORGE I. DODGE I laltn within and the.demand. time and not In prevented the YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course, ....................... ...................... ......................:.......................

manner harrrd a.prescribed provided herein In law.hated .shall 1 ht'> ..: Our Reputation Is Wrap.: : :
Key \\Vst., Florida January He never has to be defrosted. H. never thumpsor AARON McCONNELL IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Attention Housewives!'
!:!nd. A. It. 1935.FLultENCE 1 :;. ped In avery package : us FlclDlar Street :
Chas., II. Ketchum and D. Butler \MtXET SPOTT- whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents: :To eee the PRETTY GIFTS J

, tied for first prize In the As\MHM Kxrcutnx of the Last Will and of U I : and NOVELTIES at J We are now offering 3
Blind Handicap Tournament held Testament ...fIor:: >' K llartlum.
yesterday afternoon at the muni t 1kraasrd. I CALL NO. 8 Th. I THOMPSON'S FREE grades of

cipal golf links on Stock Island. I jan:-9-tfi-:3! :: I PRINTING .. Watch :: MARINE MUSEUM : '

The tournament, which was held TIIK "rolT JIIM.irs fOIIIT I FOR PURE ICE I Dories : AMERICAN COFFEE
under direction of George 1.11\.'\..011\MI lit,loll. MOMIOI: <'ut "r\',I I DONE BY US : 324 Margaret Street *

Dodge, pro at the course created;. In re Ktate of II.Things that your friends will : it-
much interest among some of the I NKUJi: I. tiU'NDERS.Deceased.! . I -THE--, J WATCHMAKER JEWELER I appreciate. Come in and see J t..

best )players in Key West and i it \uTlr.: TO nUIJI1'CJU"To : AND ENGRAVER :them: I II
25c aOc and 15c lb.
has been decided to hold others. all cretlitors and all person ICE REfRIGERATORSMade ARTMAN PRESS : t' next Lobster .
having claims or demand. against \ See Him For Your Next Work :J JiS
The next will be held Sunday. said Estate: much more : )i"I
Whether play will, be in the morn notlfird You and and each of vou are hereby I ALL PRICES REDUCED ::,/it kiS and served ?our : STAR COFFEE MILLS I
required to
inK or afternoon will be decide 1 tldlms and demands. whim present rug,any or of All Metal-Equipped With Citizen Bldg.PHONE : Hovrsi 9 te 12-1 to 8Open .Giant Scallop or Heart Sea.
later. In the meantime any golfer either of you, may hate against the 51 J Shells. : 512 Greene St. Phone 556
estate of NKLLIK L. SAL'NIEIt Saturday Nifkts

touch wishing with to Mr.eater Dodge may in get order i in deceased Florida<< ,to late the of lion.Monroe Much County;!unn., WATER COOLERS ................. ..............................:............................"....................

that the handicap may be determ County his office Judge in of the JIonrcKCount County Cour)', at DINE AT THE : "
ined. House In Monroe Count, Florida They're Economical: 1 lOOTer Cent -READPRITCHARD SERVE THE POPULAR

I'ro Dodge has recently taken the Within date eight of the calendar first months publication from Refrigeration Satisfactions : PLAZA RESTAURANT :THE KEY WEST j : DESSERTS
over the course for the winter and tirrrof. All claims and demands FUNERAL HOME .
not presented within the time and
proposes to arrange a number of In the I Palm Ice Cream
manner prescribed<< hereinshall Royal nI
tournaments for the winter tourist he barred as provided by law., I Priced at I 1 f1er are accustomed to SUNDAY STAR!

season, and expects many :.haled 1S38.: Key West Florida. January < Unnf! at borne you will find : : Difnified, Sympathetic And Noreltie J

tourists to be attracted. He is a CHARLES MORTIMER SAL\DETtS.I ,I I : THE PLAZA --. and .a-+ Conrtety
As Administrator of the Kstate oNellie .fI $30.and $35 BARBECUES all.kw4* 5
guest at the Casa; Marina. I L. Saunders deceased. l; MaLI. .:p.r..e.. :Subscription $2 Per Year:
in yesterday's I jan--U-:3:: I
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Cross Hand- Subscribe for The Citizen. -10_. TRIAL .BREAKFAST : :. I;
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B. A. Sawyer 52 5 4T BENJAMIN LOPEZ '.!I .*! ... !,'
"XVV. Watkins 15 0 45 FUNERAL HOME I : : Business Office Citizen IBuilding SNeror BOB'S BARBECUE

T. II. Pittm-n XC 2 E.tal.liaJ.ed 49 Y.*... l .PLAZA RESTAURANT : 2 LADY ATTENDANT W.d at Ncwtaa Strut
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SYNOPSIS: Jlld e' Xlcholai about when I entered the lounge. 'PHONE 752-J Mean ___ _ _ 69

Trench the latter-g all4li apartment r WtUiam Aio after leave having but I spotted Molly and Jerry at ................................................a Lowest _* _..,_._._..-,.,-.-.- TV --- --7S WEATHER CONDITIONSA
exchanged information about once. They were In their old corner Normal Mean _._ _ ..G9

with gAl manna to A*
familiar voice. It U that of the expectation In their faces as 1 Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. sityi, that was central over inten-I

threatened man who to murder two days him 4k before. Jut walked across to Join them. Banquet And Dance Last Night Normal Precipitation .._ .05 Ins. Jersey yesterday -morning
not produce the valuable' formula.A'tcfc. "I'm sure you've got some news .TkU rrrord revere :.a-a..r>>>rrl.4Fudlar
owner. of if,oily the mlstng fKnen.paper.rightful and for us," was Jerry's opening remark.. 1 j ,I II ,.t 8. .'elorkSU.um.r.I.g.Tomorrow's '" moved northeastward to the Canadian

Jerry Uordaunt are determined to "You came In through the door look- Last night the Muki Muki\ Oh! Grace Rivero, Consuelo Carmona,' AliAAnac Maritime Provinces: East-

to trace buy it It.down. Sir William ca*(* Ing so Important and mysterious. Club, composed exclusively of I Blanche Hernandez, Celia Martinez Sun rises ..--...-..- 7:13 a. m. port. Me., 2908 inches. H.has, caus-

"I did nothing of the kind." I pro-, yo'ung ''Key West women, held a Ercelia and Margaret Falcon Sun sets .............___.,_ 5:51 p. m. ed rain and snow ovtr northeasten .

Chapter 23 tested. "I entered with the nonchalant private banquet for members onlyat Margaret Lacedonia, Cecelia !Moon\ rises ..._...._.._. 5:38 a. m. ) sections and gales over j'the

air of a well-bred English gen- the Plaza Restaurant on Duval Ellsworth, Yolanda Mendoza Mel- Moon sets ._.,__ _.__ 4:11 p. In. north Atlantic coast. Rains havo
MR. ORLOFF tleman." street after which with invited vie I
Nottage, Georgia Saunders
Tomorrow'. Tide also occurred during the last -24 I i
SIR WILLIAM and Stellrnan stooJ "That's" exactly how It struck members of the Kappa Pi Y or- Barbara Carey, Edna Finder, I A.'ii.: P. ii. hours in northeastern Florida. I'
me. agreed Molly. ganization and several others, they Amelia Cabot, Anna Gibson Celes-
there fur perhaps thirty sucouJs "You're right about the news, High .._._-........ 9:0-1 8:04 southern Texas, and on the coast I;
danced at the Cuban Club. tine
smiling and chatting. I had Just sufli- though," I went on, lowering my The banquet was a hilarious affair Isabel Armayor. Ochoa and Low _...._.......... 2:27 1:25::; of Washington. A field of high I

Cleat tlrno to gel a grip on my scat- voice. "I've any amount to tell )'ou- with each member Barometer at 8 a. m., today: pressure has overspread the Gulf
imp'nsonating Among the attending
young men
Wed wits, and then, with a tare vv ell stacks and stacks of IU"! I glancedat a Hollywood screen actres3 Sea level 30.12. and South Atlantic States, Corpus
were: Oliver and Anibal Ar-
Christe and Galveston and
an adjacent couch on which two Texas
ware of Ida baud, Sir Willuni and making an impromptu speech. mayor, Nestor Recio, Billy Shep-
Little Rock
gentlemen were gesticulating vigorously Lowest Highest; Ark., 30.46 inches
turned towards the The dancing at the Cuban Club Frank Marrero
car. pard, :Mickey Babcock and colder
over their coffee and cigars."Can't StationLast Night Yesterday weather prevails in this
"Stop for moment at the Milan later, for which the music was Delio Cruz, Delio Cobo, Hen i
we find some place where we Abilene -...-....-. 30 48 territory, with freezing temperatures -
iiotel. 1'arker he buid. furnished by John Pritchard's Orchestra I ry Perez, John Blackwell, Keller I
shall be a bit more privater"VIiy in the interior, and near
Atlanta _....__ 20
The chauffeur uiiuugcd the rug not come up to my bed- was much enjoyed by I I Watson, Evelio Cabot, Joseph I freezing on the coast of extreme Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres,
both the Muki Muki Oh's! and Cerezo Octavio Gonzalez Boston __ 18 40
bier our kueci, clobt-u We Uoor anti roomr suggested Molly. "We can northwestern Florida. Temperatures fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted
)Balked round to his seaL Them was talk comfortably there." their guests. The chaperons were :Mesa, Julio Lacedonia Hugo 1 Buffalo ...u....... 18 32 have risen in the upper Mississippi
Home Site Hotels
Mrs. II. :Martinez Mrs. R. E. : : or Apartments. Owner needs money
fc.warning toot, and with au almost "That's a sage Idea. Jerry Men. Barcelo Douglas :McCarthy, Wil- Charleston -.-- 28 58 Valley and Plains States,
Jumped to his feet. "I'll tell them to doza and Mrs. F. Falcon. son Jolly, Jesu Carmona Oscar and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
Imperceptible drew with above
\ JC1'k8 away I Chicago _.._.._._ 14 26 readings generally normaL -
bring along refreshments. Twenty of the twenty-five Garcia William Bates
horn the curb. As tar us 1 was auare some Johnson .
We'll members of the club Denver .._.......... 32 60 Ideal Spot for Apartment House A REAL BARGAIN-Water
Jlr. Steilman had nut even: touted,; probably want a drink before were present: William Baxter and Antonio G. S. KENNEDY,
kt me. I we've finished." ? Misses Juanita Mayg, Solito Cobo_ Herce. Detroit ...*_--...._ 12 30 Official ill Charge. Corner lot size i 10O by 115 feet front property on Key Largo at,

''Jit'a a peculiar thing." observed: He gave his';.Instructions. to j& --- --- - Galveston ..--_..... .42 54 fronting Hotel">[ Cat i Marina Tavernier, ,150 feet fronting At.,

;r,i 1r'w:1Iia "but whenever; 1 ui iu a waiter who was hovering In the :Havana _..._... 74 I Mallory Chapter< Southern and Eastern eapMure.DOD" lantie. Ocean,' ''extending'.back'.too
.neighborhood, and we were making Judge BrowneReceives Visitors miss thi; it U a I bargain.
bufry 1" always !ecui io run ucroasBJoiueoui our way towards the,; elevator when I Huron .....:-.....u. 20 42 Meets Tomorrow Lilting No. 73. II' Overseas Highway; distance./523l
4 who Insists btupi-ius '.
) upon
Just outside-tha..entrances to the Guests Leaving Today Japksonville: ?Tt.1, 42 70 '' feet fronting road from Oversea
aJKl.,.talking to uic. : NONE BETTER-Entir'e blccltfrontng : "
cloak-room I espied the diminutive Kansas, City .34 40 I There will be meeting of Highway to water. This i i. partof&
( ,4& managed to lorcc a laugh. "M jtlfcauqyiug. .r+1 a ; Yacht Batin: on North
4' .
." i agreed: "liy ll'o wayS ifU'a Fox.figure I of suddenly my young remembered friend Jimmy our Judge 'Jefferson B. Browne Mrs. George Schutt, wife of KEY WEST ..u:.. 69 81 Stephen R. Mallory Chapter United Beach, .size I f fret,"inchei; ; : by an estate that must ,' bet?;etted.| .<

i>wl A ruu qucfeUvii who was I talk of the'previous' day. I yesterday held open house at his, Manager Schutt of Long Key Fish- Little Rock ...... 28 44 Daughters of the Confederacyheld 150. feet. This would l b 'Ideal spot $1,200 ta ei'iL Act quick.; List'

tola particular oUjuUcrJ I'm neatly i I apartments in the Air Station,jing I Camp, Fla., with her daughter Los Angeles _.._ 52 74 tomorrow afternoon at the for private home 'or Apartment tHou. ins No. 40.Corner .
I home of Mrs. Emil Sweeting, beginning -
certain rye seen him before. I .. while the
r : HELLO. JlmmyI said pullingup. and during the afternoon and,I Miss Frances and son Master I Louisville ._._... 24 30 Investigate

"Not at all impossible. Most people those drawings !i! early evening hospitably receivedand i j George Jr., are leaving today by Miami __----....._._ 64 78 at 4 o'clock. I price i i. right. Listing No. 132. Business Property on
have met Mr. i'tltr UrloU: atpome with yourlIe dispensed refreshments to his Duval street. Owner offers this
train for their home after an enjoyable -I Minneapolis ...-. 18 28 Beautiful located home North I
time or other lie a a geutletuan ,; beamed at me shyly. "Yes New Year callers. Garden Club To on property at a great sacrifice. First
many I visit with Manager and New Orleans .... 38 GO Beach fronting Yacht Batin.
I ,
of activities. $3,000 cash
many sir. offer take it. Worth
Mrs. Peter Schutt. of Casa New York _... 22 44 Hold Meeting
? Ground half block with
"Peter Orloff," 1 repeated. "What "''Good." I observed. "I'll have a cover I more than double Don't miss this
I .. ... 60
Plan Another Marina, and Mrs. L. P. Schutt. Pensacola .- 34 home. Property
look at them before I I large two-dory
U he-a Russian: ? go. supposeI I II opportunity. Listing No. 218.
shall find you somewhere about Tennis Match The party arrived several days Pittsburgh ......_ 16 36 Announcement has been madeof front on three street and i i. of.
"Oh 1 yea-ho makes 110 secret St. Louis ........ 30 34
hereT" ago to attend the formal Grand a meeting of the Key West fered for half its actual value.Don't .
about it. lie Li thu head of: Improved property Angela
a large
Salt Lake .18 36
"Yes. sir. I'm on duty In the Opening Ball held at Casa Marinaon City" Garden Club to be held tomorrow miss this bargain. ListingNo.
trading concern which operates Plans are being formulated for New Year's Eve. Tampa.._....._.. 52 78 o'clock at the Wornan's street, next to corner of Duval
lounge till six-thirty. morning 10 178.
ber and ou thu CouuueuU tiactly! another of the delightful Tennis, Washington ... 22 42 II I I street. Size 99 by 94, 8 inches..
"tVell, I won't forget. I promised -- clubhouse on Division street.
what Its position is-1 can't buy. ItvtC him. "I'll be down In about an hour's Teas such as was held last Sundayat I will be carried out between 3:30 Williston _....... 20 38 Two-story home on Flagler I Improvement on this property

$ out to be an entirely: indepeuUiut time." Casa Marina. and 5::30, with Key Westers, win- Avenue, corner property, ideal lo. consists of two one-story frame

organisation, but it must obvipusly -, 1 followed the others Into the elevator Smart society will welcome the ter visitors and hotel guests participating WEATHER FORECASTTill BRONZE PLATE TO c.tion-jud the home you are buildings, one used for business,

( \ bate a working arrangement which came to a halt on the inauguration of this charming innovation and tea served on the MARK DEATH SPOT looking for. Listing No. 245. 11 I and the other for dwelling. $1,600
0( lowe sort with the authorities at and will make this a'' lawn the courts 8 I takes it. Term may be arranged.
fourth floor. Molly's room was round I surrounding or ( p. m., Thursday)

A$very oscow.clever Anyhow: fellow Orion and there hiiusclt is iio Is the first corner at the end of a short regular Sunday afternoon ren- the garden terrace. As previously, Key West and Vicinity: Fair (My AMurUtrd' Prr.**) I Exceptional home Bargain on -Whitehead Furnished I I Listing No. 218 A.
corridor pleasant airy apartment deievous.: I the affair will be an invitation t 2.-A :
doubt that he has plenty of money I tonight and Thursday; somewhat street in exclusive neighborhood, !l Here i is a real home-Bungalow
looking out on to the Embankment.It An excellent tennis
program bronze embedded in the !
behind him. lie carried! through a jone. plate,
fronting Coral Park and beautiful having 7 rooms, all modern improvements
j>I lg business: deal a lib my arm only sofa.was two comfortably chairs furnished and writing with a - -__- ..-_- __.n _--_ _--_-- ______ _ ic ) street, will mark the spot where I view of ocean. No better location' ; 80 rose trees or more

a tew mouths ago." table. while easy a tall leather screen a on ................................................. J4i King Alexander of Yugoslavia and could be found, and the price i i. in yard; 10 different kinds of

For a moment or two I made uofreply. one side of the bed protected Its occupant PERSONAL MENTION ( ; Louis Barthou, foreign ministerof right. Listing No. 265. fruit tree and two bearing grape

1 was torn with hesitation: 1Li: from any possible draught.I y France, were assassinated.The ..i.... Located ODe half block

to whether 1 should: tell my companion looked round with an approvingnod. .s.I.s..I..i.lS..SSS..S.SSSS..SS.S.S. decision to commemoratethe Ideal Home, corner of Flemingand from City Park in a most desirable
the truth or whether for tim tragedy with a plaque in the I White streets, overlooking
neighborhood. Near school church
"They haven't done too ,
you Frank Barron, Jr., of Miami, ar. Miss Dorothy Knowlcs who
was instead of building a reservation. Southern I'
present it would be wiser to keep badly." I remarked. I pavement government and Yacht Basin. Size of lot. 80
toy discovery to DIY twit I think it "It's a lovely room." agreed Molly.'That's rived yesterday and is the guestof spending a few days with relatives monument, was taken by the citygovernment. I and eastern exposure. This property by 90 feet. Price, 5500. Terms,

"was the memory: of that half ironic what comes of being Introduced his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I and friends, left yesterday after- i i. offered at a bargain, and half cash. Listing No. 120.

Question of his which tiually decided by a baronet. If I'd arrived Alfred Crespo and other relatives.Mrs. noon for Miami. It decided an upright memorial on terms. Listing No. 11. .

ini alone I expect they'd have tucked I would be a hindrance to traffic. I Seven-Room Bungalow in most
Homer Dickey and daughter James Webb Cooler Fair Here is your opportunity for
"Sounds quite a nijstcrious character me away in an attic." I uncle of Mr. and desirable residential section. All \

!" 1 saM lightly. "1 expect 1 As she spoke there was a sound arrived yesterday from Miamito Mrs. Ross C. Sawyer, Jr., who cooler tonight; moderate north- With a body only two inches income property-Location, Unit. modern conveniences. Hon. in the t

fihall open the paper one monilus: of steps In the passage outside, and spend a few days with relatives was the guest for the holiday sea- cast winds. long, the crab spider of Brazil has ed street, near White street. best of condition. Open plumbing,

.and bee; that the police have been the waiter to whom Jerry bad given and friends. con of his nephew and niece at the Florida: Fair tonight and Thurs- legs nearly six inches in length. Southern exposure. Improvementsconsists etc. This i i. a real bargain; $3,-
raiding his headquarters. That'swhat : his order appeared with the tray. home of Ross C. Sawyer, Sr., on of two small cottage new. 500 take it. Term can be ar
usually seems to happen with lie deposited It on the writing table, Mrs.: Rosalie Nelson, who was Eaton street, left yesterday for! day; warmer Thursday; probably I ly repaired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. 91.

these ltulIl>lau trading companies. and retiring with a shilling tip. spending the Christmas holidays his home in Kokomo, Indiana. light frost in exposed places in Helping millions io] one and rent the other. Term can

*: Sir William smiled grhuly1 closed the door after him. with relatives, left yesterday for I extreme north portion tonight. be had and the price is right. List Unimproved Building Lot. Size,

tjpn't fancy UiloO will ever figure In "Now let's get to work." Jerry Havana. Commander Ralph D. Spalding, : Moderate Jacksonville north to Florida and northeast Straits: END COLDS: ing No. 49. 50 by 150 feet; location, Eagle

a political scautlal. lie holds too useful dropped down Into one of the chairs. U. S. N. who with Mrs. _
Spalding, : winds and fair weather tonight For location, this cannot be Avenue, Meacham sub-division.
a position to foul his own neaL"I "What's this news of yours. and why John dos Passos. universally was visiting the latter's parents, i I and Thursday. LSOONERy beat-Corner lot, fronting ocean, Price, $550. Terms can be arranged. -

was old Avon so desperately keen known writer who makes his win- Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Brown at Listing No. 92.
I Marina
Hotel Casa paved
next to
K rclalJscllnto! silence until the on seeing ?" East Gulf: Moderate to ,
I-I you ter home in Key West, and Mrs.\ the home, 801 Waddell Ave., left wall
car turned into the Strand Sitting down with Molly on the northeast winds over south portion street and sidewalk, and sea
dos Pa.! sos, left on the SteamshipCuba yesterday afternoon for Newport, ] this Fishing Camp, Big Pine Key-
when with a friendly gesture he sofa. I plunged straight Into my and moderate northeast winds be- fronting property. Investigate
yesterday for stay of R. L, Mrs. Spalding will remainin Size of property, 100 feet water
a several 1 be sold.
PALACE at Property must
his hand on my arm. story. As near as I could I repeated once.
I weeks in the Cuban Key West for about two months.Mr. frontage by 400 feet. Pri. $3-
"Well good bye for the present.Mr. word for word exactly what Sir William capital. I I yesterday afternoon for Miami. Big Boy Williams and Marion Listing No. 188. I 500. Terms half cask An additional
Trench." he said. -J 1 am glad to had told me, while leaning forward Mrs. Curtis and son will leave at Il'
Shilling in Here i i. opportunity of a 300 feet of water frontage
and Mrs. Mario Lacedonia I an
baver bad this talk with you. aud I IJi0pq with Intent faces the two of Robert Curry who was spend- the end of the week. 1
I who !r THUNDER OVER TEXAS life timTwo-ltory home four by 400 feet adjoining this ,
<< ,before very long 1 may be in apuiLiv them listened tome< In absorbed ing a short vacation with his parents were spending the holidays I!, I proper.ty
,send with relatives,.left yesterday afternoon i Serial and Short Reel room; and kitchen on firsjt floor; can 'also be purchased, if desired .
you some: satisfactory : silence. 11..j fa left yesterday for Lower |f Miss Florence Van Sickler su- '
naw If you would care to "I don't know':whether i you'llthink Matecnmbe where he is employedwith for Miami, ,enroutc.lq; theii;' t>erviAOr dl rural .rehabilitation, Matinee: 10-15c; Nightt 10-20c-p fourbed room* andhah| ; : on- secondjfloo'rj ; : Would'maWMxy'bf: VWpertytk -

blp&.hliss O'Hricn round to see me I did rifbtr 1 concluded.Tout the state road department. home in Tampa. I' the'Florida ERA, .left yesterdayfor tallinstataneOt4'wer m e ;;:..eo enjeneesi: ; ( n <4OOby>;400 feet.fi7aie|

4 ,hould, be most interested to make it seemed to me that the most Jensfr tLe.Iflt; .- J Mlanii after .a visit in Key heater andefecific advantages .f>this jof.fer: bLuUag
\ t '
jier.acquaintance." ble thlcg was to teM him the trptb. ) lljs$ &tita'\ Arguelles, who was, Billy Pierce,'' \\n of Mr. Wes\ as guest of Miss :Minnie pump; 'garage"; etc. 'Thisif'part ?' 7*. u" tf; M 'Wf )t.ttltkff

tk I'Jl:fil it UP as soon as I'\e been Anyhow we'd nothing to lose), It. ii iPxtl t: st' as the guest of :Mr. I Mrs.! L. M. Pierce, of South street [Porter Harris and Miss Ileen Wil- of an estate that must bftettled. Here U"a"ReaI! S. pTtit'WaferFront.
to flam bridge." I said. I could see that although he W.s and .Mrs. Eduardo Albertus and left yesterday afternoon to resume l'li nis.::' Property in the. but ,of *
He nodded. "And la the meantime. prepared to deal..with Osborn he t his studies at William 'axi4 4 condition and $1,800 cash)>,Uke* Property-in business section
It you will (pardon a word of advice. wasn't really out to swindle us. All family, left yesterday afternoon Mary College. Williamsburg, Va. iij> Worth' double; Listing.?! No. .f the city- ize 134bjr,216 feeL
for her home in Miami. I ;
GIRLS! IONT BE SKINNY! Machine shop and lumber shed:
I would suggest that the less you go he wanted was to get hold of the after spending the holidays with 264. on
about alone for the next week or Invention, and It he could manage property. $18,000 take it. Terms
Mr. and Mrs. Sanz parents. i If interested in email
two the safer you are likely to be. that through the rightful owner. It Jamie and you are one-third:! cash. Listing No. 155.

It Is true that we are in London and would obviously be a much safer little daughter and Miss Mar- RUNDOWN AND PLAY SAFE individual Islands, act before
guerite Sanz, left the highway Leon Richards, known to dia-. i CHESTH price advance. The price and Best of location. Corner
not in Chicago. but all the same. and better way than by doing business over I WITH YOUR EYES prop-
American visitors who carry guns with a thief." this morning en route to their mondball fans as "Speed Ball" j'I, SKINNY UNTIL I TOOK VIKOI IRON TONIC. location are right. Our exclusive erty. Size, 50 by 100 feet. In the

and labor under a financial grievance Jerry nodded. "So he knows the home in Miami. They came down Richards, pitcher with the Army THEN MY'FIGURE&GANTOFIlLOOT I Check up on your eyes today listing can fill your wants. main business block on Duval

are not the sort to be treated whole story." last Saturday to spend the New I team was honorably dischargedfrom AND I GOT MORE CURVES TO MY BOW Learn their true condi- street. I* offered at a great sac.

too casually." "Everything" I said. "I gave him Year's holiday with relatives and the service this week and. !I I HAVE NO TROUBLE GETTING BOYFRIENDS tion. Scientific optical examination Water front property on Big rifice for a quick sale. Take advantage
Pine hotel and office -
"So It occurred to me." I said.: a full account of my little dust-op friends and said they enjoyed a with Mrs. Richards left yesterday ] PARTIES NOW. I will relieve you of a Key near post of this opportunity. List
"That's the very reason why I've at the studio I told him all about wonderful visit. for Spartanburg, S. C., enroute to FOR DANCES AND great doubt. Glasses will onlybe fronting 300 feet of water lug No. 64.

gone to stay with Jerry." Molly and all about you. and I finally his home in Clifton, S. C. I _ (,ETNOLAT 1 JRCIIYI6I recommended when abso- and 400 feet on County Road.

As 1 spoke we came to a sudden explained bow we'd talked It over I :Misses Graciela and Angelita IT TASTES GOOD.lI This location cannot be better. The Most' desirably located proper
lutely necessary.
bait in a traffic block a few yards and decided that the only course Lopez of Tampa are visiting during I. N. Meltzer, automobile dealer price i i. right and term can be arranged. ty on Southard street. Size. 50

abort of the entrance to the Milan.\ open to us was to tackle the job our I I the holidays with their brother of Key West and Miami, who I DR.J.A.VALDES Listing No. 79. feet, 2 inches by 137 feet. Improvements
-This will do me all right." 1 selves." was spending New Year's day Get Tow consists of a two-story
I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Acreage on Big Pine Key. This
added. "Thanks for the lift. and I'm "And what did he say to that!" with Mrs. Meltzer and son, Curtis, : .VINOL Today at Orthogon Soft-Lite License eight-room home, fronting South
r Abelardo Lopez, and will return i i. water front property on the At.
much obliged to you for promisingto "Nothing very encouraging. rm at the Curtis family home at Caroline I I 532 Duval Street ard street, and a six-room cottage,
to their home in Tampa this week. 5/V Oriental Pharmacy lantic and front Newfoa.dHarbor
send me the keys. If I make afraid be doesn't take
any us seriously f and Simonton streets left i fronting alley in rear of property.
Size of 150
discoveries down there I'll let you as sleuths. All the same he's going Key. property Pint $2,700 takes it. Lilting No.
know at once." to let me have the keys of tho factory Lofton Curry who was spending I ..-- --- -- -- - ere*. The price !i. right Termsj 197.

We shook hands and seizing my and he's promised to give us a the holidays with his parents r One-third cash, and balance can

chance before the car moved on, I note to the people at the farm where Mr. and Mrs. Newton Curry, left II be arranged. Listing No. 69. and
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Cottage room
opened the door and slipped out on Osborne boarded. yesterday for Memphis, Tenn., I
inhere .iloq1Wiflked Ideal Home Site On North bath in most, desirable location.
the pavement. he is employed as civil en '
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f be Beach lot I condition lot
There must have been at least a gineer. -Unimproved corner In best of on 50 by

dozen people sitting and standing of' size 99 'by 150i feet, fronting 65 feet, located on Southard street
A spy enters the plot, tomorrow. BillJ'GfbbV'{ was Spending, ACCEPTING IMITATIONS three atre.ts. riparian rights This! near White street. Owner offer

--- ---- -- - the holidays with his mother. Mrs. is the spot to build your home on, ty proprty for $3,000 if sold in

...... ....... .... .. .s.. Murphreesburg or Stone River, James Gibb and other relatives! To ttt the original Davis 100% &" Pain*' _ _ and the price i i. right. Listing the next 60 da)'.. Listing I No.
left yesterday afternoon to resume ___ -_ -5- Besure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. nun No. 212. i 189.
of the bloodiest of the Civil -- 1IIf''
In one
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his studies at the University lax
Davis 100% Pure Paint hM ofUnIbetn
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I I I this Label ;z"t % Pure Paint. conforms? with ---- business and residential properties in the city,
177C-Great union flair of the j05-Port Arthur fell to the : LaWS anti b the only paint I
all paint
: I IA C pure I and acreage on the Florida Key too numerous to mention
patriots unfurled over Washing Japanese in JapoRussianVar.. ;, that carries a guarantee of perity.fI
( listed in office. Call and make known
I 'I I are our your wants

Mats.ton's headquarters at Cambridge 1920-Fedents) gatheredin I hold.Don't Fight let them them quickly.get a strangle Creo-,I &ok for this Guanmteeon the Lahel"S -* I II II prices and terms are right.

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33 cities mulsion combines in ==""-- "- eiS.SUI'asSr.As .
some 2,000 Reds in 7 helps one. k5 wuh any ether Pua M.shcr.vr
from coast to coast Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto I w s .4. b as a.c.. .. as ..M shs..k l"

1788-Georgia, the fourth II take. No narcotics. Your own THEERMV1SCA **&* &* ,BALTIMOK.Mn'G. PAUL BOYSEN N COMPANYPhone
state to ratify the constitution.: BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING druggist is authorized to refund I

WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.'I I your cough money or cold on is the not spot relieved if your by I C. ROBERTS Corner Carofce awl Wffiaa Streets I

1863-End of the battle of PHONE 157-M. d c20 1 Creomubuon. (adv.) J 153 Offices 619 Fleming St. P. 0. Box 3r

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