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 4, 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
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00395
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Associated Press Day Wire I Citizent. I Key West, Florida, has the

%For 55 Years Service.Devoted to the I tEbclep? Wtzt t' ( most country range equable of; only with weather 14"an Fahrenheit average in the I I

Best Interests of Key West ____ -

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Lindbergh Identifies Hauptmann ACTUAL BRIDGE I FERA Rehabilitation Of Key West loosevelt. RecommendsEntire Revision

.5 WORK TO'STARTIN (The Citizen il today -pub -and-unusual tourist resort; and if Of Relief Structure To Joint Congress
I Heard
As Man Whose Voice Was r. tithing the second of three it is to be a resort, the Administration -
Article on the rehabilitationprogram feels, everything must be __ .
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of the Fjlorida done for the comfort and pleasure

In Cemetery In Paying\Of Ransom t t INFORMATION,' .- -GIVEN THE Emergency tration. The Relief article Adminii-deal of soon the as tourists.As the casino. has been BERYALDI NAMEDAS WOULD ENTAIL ABANDONMENT OF DOLE IN

with the various activities put in readiness for the accommodation FAVOR ,OF, VAST PUBLIC WORKS JOB MAKING -

I CITIZEN BY W. W. EASLEY that have been carried on of tourists, work on the CHAIRMAN OF

Colonel! TestifiesIn LINDBERGH ACCUSES Since the rehabilitation program South Beach is to be completed. PLAN ; SAYS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
Flying HAUPTMANNOF started in Key Welt.) There bathers will have the advantage '

Trial Now BRUNO ADMINISTRATIONActual Hundreds of tourists have arrived of the sands of the Gulf; COMMISSIONERSI'I "MUST AND SHALL QUIT BUSINESS OF RELIEF"

Kidnaping KIDNAPING CHILDII in Key West, and before umbrellas, beach chairs, and

much of the New Year has passed, cabanas will be there for them I I

Being Carried On In .. the I the number is expected to be con and the inviting 'waters will be VARIOUS OTHER MATTERS
( A.la' Frr ) construction of
siderably augmented. With their nearby. ] III. 4u.i.mg 1-rq..p
New Jersey bridges from Lower Matecunibe\ arrival, Key West is exerting Private enterprise has already'. WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.-President Roosevelt proposed -

Jan. 4.--Colonel Charles I effort to make their visit ( begun to invest money in creating MEETING CONDUCTED
I every I to congress today revision of the entire federal relief -
W. Ii
will begin in the near entertain- i
Lindbergh from the witness I here an enjoyable one. facilities for the
I'rc.) That is of the ment of tourists and during the LAST NIGHT structure entailing abandonment of the dole in favorof
(Ill AawM-Ialrd land today accused Bruno W. Easley, bridge engineer for one major projects
FLEMINGTON, N. J., Richard Hauptmann of kid. of the Key West Administration Winter they probably will not a vast public works job making plan.

the Key West Administration, told now: To aid in offering want for activities. The Habana- Envisioning the "new order" where social security
Jan. 4.-Colonel Charles naping his infant son nearly visitors all the help possible which Madrid night club is nearing completion Carl Bervaldi. was elected chair
three year ago. The Citizen yesterday.By will be conducive a pleasant and at the Miramar Club, would be more widely assured, he at the time said an immediate -

Lindbergh today identified The defense counsel, Edward actual construction. Air.\ It:stay in Key West. Raid, with,his tame fish is renovating man of the board of county commissioners plin was intended to be undertaken "within the

Bruno Richard Hauptmann I Reilly, asked the famous Easley' explained,' is meant-when , :Along several fronts this activity j.., his clubhouse. Pena's Garden 'for the< ensuing I term sound credit'of the government."
l t !of the .Administratiotiihas Uk.en .. of Roses has been' reconditioned I
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as the man whose voice he' flier directly ke b.-.. work over the water'gap to be rvwer'ed definite' form'and ,is being f and re-painted. I at ;the !;:-st.me-eting i of i the board 'Detailing the scope of his employment proposals in

I ,lieved Hauptmaan To,guilty. .)' is started;*--//A* great dealt of 1 t'worked 'ou1'- pet>dilY'lbut' effectively li,In an 'effort'to.'rnake, ,'available<
heard in the Bronx cemetery Lindbergh ad! "Y_", I ,do.? 'I the preliminary'work'has",been ac. ) -so .that 'WinterTesidentsihero \ .:more houses for,the tourists com night.; ,".'Norberg ''Thompson ira* the*enate'and h"4se "this work will cover a wide field,
\ stiff mem.bersrand' -
when he paid through Dr. all .that' i is needed will be so well pleased thatext ing here.'many'of'the' .
complished-and 'of' the), Key elected' Winter' they> -will1" ,.returnlIringing I employes
John' F. (Jafsie) Condon I ACTIVITIES!! for''con tructioJ\'to begim-is-float. with them others who'I'l West 4'Administration particularly ''I)Present were Commissioners cannot uhdertiken by private capital."In .

I ing equipment-which is expected. ) they think can enjoy those from out

    $50,000 in ransom in a futile REAL ESTATE a few weeks. I I date the quiet delight andl'appre-j f town-are giving up the homes that and Wm. R. Porter, Commissioner private capital'is unable to function, in rural electrification
    have been occupying so
    Mr.\ Easley was seen in his of land City. they
    effort back his kid- elect Nathan Niles but
    to get was present in reforestation of watersheds nation in intensified
    The of Key 1 r Winter residents may have them great of
    co-operation every
    fice at the biological station where
    naped baby. 1'I West citizen is being enlisted to :i The houses in the U. S. Naval does not become an active member program to prevent soil erosion and to reclaim
    NOWJNCREASEF. all of the designing is done and :1 until after the first Tuesday
    I accomplish the aim of the A'lmin-I! Station are !being put in shape so
    The flying colonel whose, where he, with his force of assistants I istration now; and M. E. Gilfond,'1 that they will be livable and Florida after the first :Monday in Jan I blighted areas.

    relative' 'I ERA workers, here with the : NUMBER OF PROJECTS PROPOSED
    handle all matters who has just taken over the Acting ary.Also
    twenty months' old babywas J. DION REPRESENTATIVE i' Attorney I
    transferring present were
    to the project and conduct the Administratorship, has pointed ( Administration are "In improving existing road systems and in con-
    I residences to the Naval: Sta- William V. Albury, who was elected
    kidnaped and killed OF REALTY COMPANIES out that Key Westers can playan their
    I necessary experiments with ma. important part in making the I tion. legal advisor to the board;][ structing national highways designed to handle modern

    nearly three years ago, also FURNISHES THE CITIZEN terial, etc.Asked visit of outsiders enjoyable. I While Administration workers, Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, Chief Deputy traffic, in eliminating grade crossings, in extension and

    if the type of bridge to taking those steps so that i iI Clements Jaycocks Justice of:I
    WITH LIST OF SALES i Efforts are now being made to are I' enlargement of successful work of Civilian Conservation
    described the ransom notes be Had I tourists and Winter residents may; .the Peace Rogelio Gomez, Bernard '
    used :been fully. decided have the Coral Isle Casino conitpletely Corps in nonfederal work self liquidating and
    I Mr.\ Easley said that have the best homes on the iland.1local Waite, Sr., member of the mostly
    he received, and told of find upon, yes, : reconditioned and ready
    in I tilled spandrel arches were to be i i for the use of bathers before many t't'i residents also are doing what Monroe\ County Democratic Esecutive highly useful to local divisions of government, and on

    ing clay footprints of a Activity in realty operations used. These are stone masonry days of 1935 have passed. With I they can for the comfort of Tisi I Committee. many others which the nation needs and cannot affordto
    Key West:: has been steadily I i their I Committees Named
    in-I arches similar in type to those the influx of tourists this sM'on,1 tors.: Many have iven'P "
    man's foot in the nursery. : creasing during the past used by the Overseas Railroad. j I bathing facilities have become! homes for the Winter, and in a I II i After the reorganization Chair neglect.

    I months and there have been I i t of instances it has meant an Bervaldi appointed the Promising "an American plan for the American people -
    However, while the railroad) and and number
    more inadequate
    lie told of the in the more j jit
    night i number of dcaU consummated I arches are constructed of reir.forC-I'j is the purpose of the works di-j I I, moving into less commodious II ing committees with the ," the President proposed that the government assure
    I during that period by 1J.. Dion, 'I
    necessitating named member chairman fOllOW\
    - cemetery when Dr. Condon the Key West Properties ed concrete the arches vision of the Administration to|\houses-oftentimes as \ security cf a livelihood, security against hazards and security -
    iepres} > Poor House Waren and
    : living together. -
    will be made of native key stone have at least one more pavilion f two families
    passed over the $50,000 to a Incorporated, formerly the I really lime rock, found in abundance ready within the next few days.It .'I I Arrangements whereby the em- Boulevard-Porter, of decent homes, "a program which because of

    Key West Investment company, on the keys. I I is along lines like this that ployes of the Administration might; Thompson. many lost years will take miny: .future,years tojfulfill.( '

    man who promised to giveJWk End City.Land Holding Co.,Co.Inc., Inc..,, and ".This stone, said 111:. Easley, is Administration. ill eoneentrat. lire in the unte anted. .quarters- finance-Thompson, Porter and I He said the New York relief effort "fits logically and -
    the chilevCiichL! Southern -* for the for efforts The rehabilitation at the Navel Station were mad Niles.
    _, was admirably adapted use ing its now.
    Asked what,* in his opinion was which it is intended. This* is the I, of Key West was to haveI through Lieutenant W. B. Jack- Road-Niles, Warren anti i usefully into the long range permanent policy of providing

    already dead.Lindbergh the cause for this: active move- same material used for much of I II I been a transformation from a !son.! in charge of the station hereIn I, Thompson. the three types of security. The federal goverpment

    and Dr. Con ment in the real estate market, I the construction of the postof-! waning, helpless industrial city addition to making available : Building and Grounds-Warren, must and shall quit this bus'ness of relief," he emphasized.:

    Mr. Dion replied: "There are several I fices in Key West and Miami, and I: (with no industry) to a delightful I I (Continued on Page Three) I I'orter and Niles. that
    41 the
    in conditions which tend toward Ferry-Thompson, Porter and am not willing vitality of our people be
    don went to the cemetery I Etands all tests required. ---
    this. I find that reason for these I I This stone will be as good 50 I. -- Warren. I further sapped by giving of cash, of market boskets, of

    an automobile, he said. tales are primarily the Florida years after being used in the construction -\ j TOSWEATH On motion duly carried it was few hours of weekly work cutting grass, raking leaves or

    "Since that night in Stray- Emergency; the Relief State rehabilitation Homestead i'I of the bridges as it will j T R 11 decided the board that will regular be held meetings on the first of I i picking up papers in publ'c parks.
    program be the day after it is placed it' I .
    and second Wednesdays of etch FOR PRESERVATION OF UNEMPLOYED"We
    monds cemetery" the pros- Tax Exemption Law and also the was explained by Mr.\ Easley. I -
    National Housing Act which authorizes -| In the construction of thel I and moderate J month. must preserve not only the bodies of un-
    ecutor asked Lindbergh, loans at a low rate of in- Temperature tonight ; List of jurors for the ensuing:
    most of the work will be
    terest and a long time payment,1 I done bridges by hand, utilizing the services -I Highest ,__"__' ......___ .....__..__...._.::79 northeast winds.! year. carrying approximately 570 employed from, destruction, but also their self respect,

    "did you hear that same plan, covering a period of 15 to i of the 600 men now in the Lowest ...",................................69 names was prepared by the board. their self reliance and courage and determination. This

    voice?" "Yes." "Whose 20 years, for new homes. camp at Lower Matecumbe and '|Mean\ ...................._..._*....__.?4 I 'bu. After the members had cheeked decision brings me to a problem of what the government

    "01 course, there are other circumstances -t also of others who be added! Normal :Mean ...._...._......-_._69 'the names the list was approved
    may should do with approximately 5,000,000 unemployed now>>
    voice was that? "Mr. :; or conditions which as the work progresses. "J Rainfall 1 1. and signed.
    have definite the. Yesterday's: Precipitation .0 Ins. I t' Previous to the organization on sUite welfare rolls."
    Hauptmann's, he replied. a on Already there has been a great Ideal j ;
    realty market in Key West, but of the stone cut and ready Normal. Precipitation .__. .06,Ins... ;, \\\t .\ S Si proceedings the last regular meeting It i is my thought, he added, "that in future they must
    Hauptmann sitting at the ThU rrrwrtl rmrrra 24-fc..r r> rl lending : for the year 1934! was him'
    'the above are what I would term for use. This has all been done I at N o'clock IhU m.rmtmf. j J i I iI covering the activities of the be cared for as they were before. I stand ready throughmy
    defense counsel table the positive reasons responsible, by hand. the blocks sawed to shape Tomorrow' Almanac I efforts and through the influenceof
    sales and I Y"l board for the month of December.Minutes own personal public
    for the increase in prospects two-handed and all other
    flushed. Mrs. Hauptmann' for the immediate ,by saws and reducing being 'Sun rises .....__._ 7:13 a. m.1 I JJl} (1 of the meetings in that the office I hold to help these local agencies to get
    work of shaping
    future\ Sun sets ...___.__._.._-.-. 5:52 p. m.: 1ia.\.J month were read, and approved I
    trembled slightly. "I heard Lilt Of Sales \ hand. i.- : "
    done by Moon' rises .__ ...._..____. 7:39 a. >u:i r: Fair. ., fII 'i' 'JPy.of Courteously responding avoids the :
    very clearly a voice coming quest for an outline' of.'fales are-I re-i I: diture'This hot of costly only! equipment. rxp'n'l for ,Moon sets *................ 6:35 p.'nuNew .I..II I I"> !' ,14.. ,,, United SuiVtt t !- '}r'r, \ .f olU:BYes-' ; .j-Ie'eid that 1,500,000 of the total belong i in tie| past

    ", I Moon, 5th _...1220, a. fm.:I Florida: Generallyjfa'ir r 'tonight, ttia's, ,Qtp'olice"tIl."kjn| /local state welfare rolls. Fcr the other 3,500,000
    from the cemetery, the flier corded during tljcj jpcriqd? Mr. Dion this1! 'work, but utilizes the Vfco! I tl: -1 : ; captain>> on rind
    i iI
    related "to the best of I gave The Citizep the following; I I I i nomic" labor 'which "has been It:, .Tomorrow. 'TiJe i t. ,, and. Sat brdayY"., ; i what colder' -,.,'to l be appointedj.as.! \ : eputyrursh? the'President:' propcsed that "all emergency public works

    my Sales! consummated:' "Pai t of placed at the',disposal'of'the[ : ,administration I A. M." ., ,Vr it tr nightIn\ north portion. (, ,',t'' .D.I iP'MOfltc.u0ty( v(3frcaijf( and aVeq'ue'st' shall 'be united in single and
    new enlarged
    belief calling Dr. Condon." Lot 4 Square 38Whitehead for', bridge, .construc, ,: High ........__"._-__-10:26 1>;,18 '' Jacksonville to Florida Straits: for the endorsement of, lI" a

    street; Part of .Lot 2. qtt re :34, tion. Low" -........---.- --.. ,' 3:58 '. ,3:'0 0 : north! }the I applicant.h, J>>vautsjtpinousTy,( plan., ."
    What the words.. .. "i' to fresh north J nd <'
    were ilqjerate 'gic T 'hb .
    - Eaton and Margaret streets},partof 'A.'ked howXk'ide' ,the rtgtlt.wili 1 llaromcter at 8 a. in., today: ('' i >y. \riJ j a!illelter i, | He propoed: that this agency take over the Federal

    Answer in foreign accent, Lot I, Square 63, Angela be. Mr. Ea ler.r'pli'd 24, feet,1 I Sea level 30.12. I east winds and fair 'weather tonight -., that from the the allotment comptroller of advised --..' Relief Administration and that the latter be' liquidated:
    t gasoline
    Doctor." street; part of Lot 1, Square 3, which is wider than other bridges and Saturday.East :'
    "Hey, and Newton lowe I ligluu.tStation Moderate to fresh' tax monies for Monroe Coon immedi tely.
    in Tract 7. White which have been constructed by Gulf: j'
    When the flier's ransom streets; Lot 15, Square 1, Tract the state road department and Last Night Yesterday noth! and northeast winds. ty for November amounted to' Mr. Rocsevelt reserved for his budget message to be
    story ended, Attorney Gen 12, Catherine street; Lot 14, will spport 20 ton trucks. The :,Abilene ............ 22 50 $14,168.37.Report of Sheriff K. O. Thomp-j j t.i delivered Monday the exact amount cf funds wanted for

    Square 6, Tract 13, Catherine first stretch of construction will', Atlanta ....... .... 34 56 '
    \Vr.ATIILIl CONDITIONSThe eon of deposits in the First Na- the work relief: but said "I. assure
    eral David Wilentz turned to] gigantic new program,
    street; Lots 0, 10. 11, 12, Square' Lower Matecuribe\
    be from Boston .........,.._ 8 4GI tional Bank. January 3, showed
    ; 7, Tract 17, Waddell, Seminoleand Jewfish Key you now they (the figures) will be within the sound credit
    him Chief Defense j i'
    1 over to William streets; Lots 4, 5 and I Among the important ,men anti I]I' Buffalo ........... 6 38 western high pressure rca $63.61. This was! approved. 1'
    !! of the government.
    Charle ........ 4-1 62 Tax Collector Frank II. Ladd'sreport
    Counsel Edward Reilly for ton
    Vernon the
    13 Tract 17 investigated ,
    8. Square officials who have I has moved eastward. being crested
    8,1! Benton. of Chicago ......... 8 3Gi of deposits for December)i ii i .
    streets -
    Washington -
    and Phillip -
    cross examination. ; !rot proposition are i Denver ... ... .. 30 SOI ; this morning over the Lake re- was shown as amounting to $5,-i
    the -- -
    | -
    Square 16, Tract Washington the PWA who went over project i,
    Reilly attempted to establish street; Lots 3 and 4, Square 17, with,B. M. Duncan. and traversed I I Detroit __.._......... 6 3&I i gion. Detroit. Mich., 30.62:: inches. 251.84. j COLORED MANGIVENHEARING JOHN RIVAS WAS

    Galveston ....... .. 52 58 most sections Apportionment Made '
    if Vernon street Also that small the lines of the bridge in a I I and overspreads '
    through questioning I Havana ............ 70 Following apportionment was
    foot of himself;, the central Plains States and
    lot on the waterfront motor boat. He expressed from
    it might not have been pos Elizabeth street adjoining j Huron ................ 8 16 indicated General Revenue and Licenses -| ,SLIGHTLY INJUREDJohn
    Vernon or as! being favorably impress 1 Mississippi Valley eastward, causing -
    $1.026.10 Fine and For
    Jacksonville ...... 50 71I ;
    sible for the kidnaping to the Southern Bell cable house Alan Johnston field representative colder weather throughout .
    : Kansas City..... 16 38 much f iture, $143.67; Outstanding Indebtedness. -
    have been planned by some- antI also joins have the been Casa made Marina.to,"I of FERA for took the southeastern deep in-i I KEY WEST __.. 69 79 the greater part of this area, I $670.43; Special ,Ad.,",' Paul Gaines, olored, was given Rivas, who was rendered
    DepoMts) United States, a I Sblt 'of
    I Bond' :! hearing this morning in the unconscious as the r an
    vetrising $47.89 Special a
    the Little Rock ...... 28 58 with temperatures 28 to 30 degrees ;
    of of Lots 4 and and
    one inside the Lindbergh bind the tale part I I terest In the proceedings: Los Angeles ...... 54 72 I I Interest,' $95.77; Road. $95.77;; court of Judge Hugh Gunn on a 1 1 accident yesterday has .fully recovered -
    heleft Lake i
    lower .
    3 Whitehead, to the time I lower in the re-
    in Square on made his
    j progress up I I General School. $478.88 ,Speciali :charge of robbing another colored and is able to resume
    household, not a member of Lots week. Louisville .......... 18 -48 ; :
    Wall and last
    street have risen
    Front and for Washington Temperatures FERA ,
    Miami ....__... .... 66 76 t gion. i i School Bond and Interest, $231.11;: man, Joaquin Gonzalez. duties with the
    the 1 and 2 of Tract 18. corner Elizabeth and will make a favorable districts While iveatbaitsionitreet ;
    family. report.t Minneapolis4 2 above normal in western \ j Special School District No. 1,1' Gonzalez appeared from the p driving

    U-- --- and South streets. I' Captain M. N. Egoroff, de- New Orleans .... 52 64 and are somewhat above the sea-;! $462.22. 1 1Report' I testimony to be 'a member of a yesterday afternoon: about
    Contracts have been prepared engineer from the engineers t ,, 5 o'clock the small truck he wAs
    of Judge Gone showed( who having a good
    _ _.__ .1_ Part FERA made at New York 14 50 sonal average in Gulf coast sections party were '
    incomplete on: the
    but of
    are yet j; partment into the Spraying
    64 number of licenses i issued duringthe time and also the "angel" as he driving ran
    of Lot 3, Square 47, William investigation and inspection -!,Pensacola 52 and in Florida. A disturb-I I
    I I complete of the state plant board.
    SEE TilE NEWPONTIAC Pittsburgh h . . 16 48 month of December with rev-,: was supplied with the wherewith wagon
    of Lot 1, Square 53, of the work and that he will'make in the North
    ; part ance moving over driven by Ceferino Moore.
    I the St. Louis __ 16 '44 | enue of $273.50 for the state and.: to purchase.
    White street These sales are as- a favorable report on I Pacific States has caused rains the wherewith Neither Mr. Moore now any of
    24 42 $142.75 for the county. I That is he
    'I Salt Lake City
    is assured. the truck
    SIX sured.j ., project : San Francisco 44 58 along the coast southward into Clerk C. Sam B."Curry's report I[for a short time but later discovi the employes riding on
    j Offers have been received on: From what has been already: has been injured. Mr. Rivas was
    of activities in criminal court for ered that his pockets were
    _ 44 50 has occurred I i
    California. Light -
    Seattle snow
    !, Part of Lot 1. Square 52, Masonic accomplished the plans now under I December read and ordered"'rifled and Gaines wasaccused of struck in the chest by the steering ,
    On Display Tomorrow t Lane; Part of Lot 4. Square 25, way for future work and the,)f Tampa .._,, 56 72 during the.last 24 hours in I filed.It. : was t[the theft. wheel, was unconscious for a
    street of Lot 1, Square favorable impression created in Washington 24 the northern and east- but revived afer
    ; Eaton ; 16 22 portions of I was ordered that fees for i After the evidence wa, all ,inI I rhort time was
    Meltzer Motor 1'liR. Margaret street; part of Lot the minds of national officials'who Williston ern Lake region, and there has ,' witnesses in criminal court will be I the judge decided there was prob- being: taken to the Marine hos
    61, Southard street;. have visited the activities on A colored employe on the
    i :2, Square for holding the accused pital.
    i in southeastern of able cause
    FORECAST been light rain paid on personal application
    !part of Lot 4, Square 61, Duval,|the keys, there can be no doubt in WEATHER Florida. I{lhe witnesses. I for the next term of criminal FERA truck was struck in the
    Company I Lots 1 and 2. Square 11, the mind of the most pronounced and about the
    slightly injured
    street; | G. S. KENNEDY, All bills were read and ordered I court and his bond was fixed at face ,
    j Tract 17, Reynolds and Waddell,]I pessimist, it is said regarding the l (Till a..p. m., Saturday) mouth.HERE'S .
    Official in Charge. when funds available. $200.
    I[avenues. (bridges and their completion. Key West and Vicinity: Fair :paid are l



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    iI Treasury born at Lynchburg,
    (-nU Daily Newspaper In Key \Y..*t and Monroe Francisco Solano Lopez, who became dictator -I 1'a., 77 years ago.

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    One Month _. .. .. .* dead. Of the 225,000 alive The Coupe model typtfiei the beauty Fleet craceful lines mlmo mark the I'
    IVeekly . ._ -: ::::=::::::::::=-......::.-..:=-==....... .2* remaining and style of Chevrolet's New Master New Muter De Luxe Sport Sed aLI National Kesources: Board, bornin
    there were only; 28,76.1 men,. besides 106251 ,- performance Oe Luxe series and for exceptional 1935. Improved ewes the Ample built tuggi.in trunk.pace aDd:U provided. tUCllaie by Jefferson Co., Wi,.., 48 jeers
    %l\kKTI< ouiy also cbaractcruc these Cart.Right compartment behind the rear seat ago.
    Made known on ai>i>l 'ation. women over 15 years of age, and 86- cuatuoo.

    M'.C'OT.: 879 children. This was almost what it has
    notices, thanks, resolutions
    All riad'ng cards of clnvpect : Rear Admiral Frank H. Scho-
    ibituary n..ti'e8. etc. will be charge for at I sometimes been called "war of extermi-
    U.e rate of 10 cents a line.. a field, U. S. N., retired, former
    Front view of Muter .
    Notlc'S for entertainments churches from which : y Admiral of the Fleet born at
    : by nation. De Luxe Coupe showing roominess > p Another attractive model ia the New
    * revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. and graceful lines. Below: The ...a ;i Standard Genes i* the Coupe pictured Jerusalem, N. Y., 66 ago.
    The Citizen Is rn forum and Invite discus ' here Numerous body and years
    open Lopez stopped at nothing to keep up Sedan model ia the New Standard
    lion of I..hI.A.. ..... and subjects of local or genera wrist. which,powered by the time. : chassis refinement, in conjunction
    ,t 'rest but it will not publish anonymous communl.i.ltJ i the unequal .struggle. Regiments of boys prOVeD laster engine combutee with the Master engine unite to
    I&riIbant perftrmance,withito.loani make these can. outataDdiDII vslues's3 Charles Gibbs Adams of Los
    --- - -- -. between 12 and 15 were sent to the front, aDd style ia the lowest priced field Angeles noted landscape architect -
    V/c must sometimes eat our words un- and many women fought in the ranks. -, and city planner, born there

    Ie- 3 we "would rather fight than cat." Women were the sole dependence for the -' --- 151 years ago.Gaetano .
    : -
    raising of crops, and they also transported t .t llerola. California

    ammunition and supplies even dragging : = C conductor of opera, born ia Italy,
    One of our troubles i is that the spinning I
    artillery to the battle fronts. Lopez was 54years ago.
    wheels instead of being in the parlor
    killed on March\ 1, 1870, and the war George Houston cf Phila., pre
    are out on the street. ended. I I ident of the Baldwin Locomotive

    Works, born at Covington. Ky., 52
    l Reduced utter 'helplessness Paraguay
    ; to years ago.
    Shoppers are fiiuliiiK out that it is :.,. e t. ,, P war
    was.permitted l to adopt a:: lie W COQ-, -
    profitable to shop; ) only at those stores t Cancer takes a yearly toll of
    stitution and set government under
    that advertise. There's in fact more than 100,000 lives; in the"United
    a reason, ,the protection: of 'her f'ormer'foes( ,; but d'Lratzilian t States.
    several of them. :
    arn\y of .occupation, remained, . M .{
    until 1876. .bT 'rf 'f. 'tf f 1 7 1 r ii i FUNERAL HOME

    Several football coaches are findingthe Paraguay has not yet regained the .
    E.UbUiW 49 Years
    gridiron extremely hot. Like in all population she had at the beginning of I Key Weil' Oldest
    Typical of Chevrolet'two new lines of cars are the models illustrated here. The Master De Luxe series reveals strong emphasis oa be-uty and Myt e. Mechanically
    sports the coaches or managers get the Lopez's disastrous attempt to conquer the ,the Master De Luxe series and the New Standard series have much in common including the Master engine, in which numerous refinerccnts have been 24-Hour Ambulance Service

    blame if a team fails to make the grade. neighboring nations, although, because of made to enhance performance durability and economy. As these pictures: reveal, the New Master: : De Luxe deports distinctly(rout previous Chevrolet* in I LJcented Embalmer
    I the Sif' ikies advance which has been made in body design and trim. Phone lab Ni,kt 696.Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    I the scarcity of men, polygamy was legal-
    ----- - ----
    Carol and ized for a time. The population is now ...... .... .
    King Magda Lupescu con- I . whose business ethics
    tinue to scandalize Rumania. Have theyno something over 800,000 while that of !I. ;;: : rior to others were'sune.J
    Bolivia Today'sAnniversaries AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSEwe
    seventh commandment in that petty nearly 3,000,000. I at Salem, Ind. Died May 5, 1887.

    kingdom. or can the king do no wrong? DAYS GONE BY I I I --- with to extend to our, clients our sincere thank for the
    1838-Charles S. Stratten famed
    WORLD POLITICSTwo : cooperation: which they have shown u* during the past year :
    Here Just Years
    .Happenings 10 II s.o. .e.eoeeoee dwarf, better known as "Gen. Tom
    I S and to with for them and all Key Wet a bright and prosperous aNew
    I Ago Today As Taken From Thumb," born at Bridgeport,
    The of Kalecsa increased 1780-Horace Binney of Phil- Year.It .
    city Hungary
    significant developments in international The Files Of The Citizen i I adelphia one of the greatest ]lawyers Conn. Died at Middleboro, Mass.,1 has been our aim to furnish, you with every possible .
    the mayor's salary $300 a year in affairs have taken .place in : of his day born in Philadel.jphia. !July 15, 1883. : banking facility and protection at a minimum cost and at the
    of his vigorous protests. The same time to aid and assist every worthy enterprise applyingto
    spite mayorof Died there, Aug. 12, 1875.
    recently. who interested British Vice Consul W. J. II. ,
    Europe People are us for: financial;, help.
    I I 1856 William Goebel Kentucky
    Hungary must not have been and Mrs. I : The several have been for :
    very in knowing where and when the Taylor Taylor announce past years most trying year
    lawyer legislator, whose
    hungry. they will be at home in their residence I 1785-(150( year ago) Jakob :I every line of business. It is most gratifying to our Officer
    next war will develop and what will be the 114 Ann street tomorrow. Ludwig Grimm, German philolog-i 1 II election as governor brought his : and Directors to know that your bank baa been weighed ia the :
    j I state to the verge of civil, war, I balance and found waatiD We have weathered the
    I' : not ,
    of the countries involved 6 o'clock with of
    line-up can keep night, January from 8:30: ist co-authoc: his brother I '
    Lorn I at Carbondalc! Pa. Shot by : storm of the past and with pride and confidence look to the :
    Soviet Russia executes farmers for posted by taking a small degree of interestin with an informal reception for the ': fairy tale!, born. Died) Sept. 20, :I an assassin and diva, Feb. 3, 1900.I S future. We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith in .
    commanders and officers of Ilia 18C3.
    preventing the harvesting of cotton and following the news affecting inter- i : u* and your approval. S
    Urit 'h Majesty's ships Costancoand i 1--- :I To the many of you who have been with u* since the .'
    the United States pays them for not plant- national affairs.At Curlew. No invitations have 1I 1813 Isaac Pitman English 1874-George K. Burgess, famed S bank was founded in 1891 a* well as to those who have be .
    I \ ,
    been issued. All callers will lie physicist and director of the : come associated with since that time wish for during :
    ing the staple. One of them is wrong. London, Norman H. Davis, speaking founder of the system of shorthand u* we you
    elcomed. I U. S. Bureau of Standards bornat I S the coming year much of those most valuable things which .
    Time will tell for the American Government, warned bearing his name, born. DiedJan. Newton. Mass. Died in Washington : money cannot buy, good health, 'peace and happiness. :
    : .
    22 1897.
    Japan without calling any names, that the Yesterday a wireless was received July 2, 1932. 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL. BANK OF KEY WEST :

    Jews themselves talk about their denunciation of the present naval treaties from the S. S. William Itocke- 1822-Washinghton C. DePauw, Subscribe for The Citizen. ... ,e.e.'..4'.e...I.e..a..oe.i .. ..................

    leader Moses\ not as a consummate 8tat'sman would mean "conditions of insecurity, of ashore feller, 'six announcing miles south the of Jupiter.vessel Indiana plate glass manufacturer .'.'- -. --

    great warrior, famed lawgiver or international suspicion and of costly competition" The coast guard cutter Saukee, instantly. A rear wheel] of the IC1IIIIIIIIIIP..6fo"I8GATl. rlA'H.dS.rIIIft!!

    hero, but merely as "Moshe\ :; rabbenu," in naval l armament. Notwith- which was at Tampa, received the I track passed over his head. In discussing

    "Our teacher, Moses." standing this 'expression it is generally expected information about the steamer the accident Mr. Smithi I! \

    that Japan will soon announce its and was making ready to proceed raid the driver of the wagon was i
    to her assistance when the order
    I intention of abrogating the treaties, thus was lescinded. The William Rocke-I in no way to blame. I IHOLIDAY SPECIA.LStFor

    A certain amount of praise is permissible ushering in an unrestricted era of building J I i feller is a tanker and was on the |I

    but when it i is smeared on with a way from San Pedro, Calif., toNew j William IL Butler, senator from
    warships. I York. :Massachusetts, chairman of the ,
    trowel with all the earmarks of a pic-I European politics have taken a new --- 'i Republican: national committee:

    ayunlsh bribe, it operates on the reverse.: I Rotarian Paul J. Saunders V, and close friend of President
    result of Franco-German
    turn as a con-
    You know what we mean. and G. M., of the P. and O. S. .S Coolidge) i i.* preparing to subdivide Gift The Family That Last Thru The Years
    ferences in Rome, following which France I 11' 1
    company, has invited the Key the property, 475 acres on Key: s
    announced that it would not send its West Rotary Club and their guests, : Largo, and put it on the market.

    Congress and the Hauptmann case troops into the Saar to keep order duringthe the British' naval officers and all - CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE
    American officers in Key West to j!i i.r Editorial Comment: The boys
    are in the public eye today. Human plebiscite and Ger; nsny .!agreed to accept -
    hold the regular weekly luncheon who now step on the gas are prob-
    nature i i-; such that congress will take a ( an, international police proposed; by lt'edncsdafJanuary 7. 'en board ffcWy r } sons of those who started $4.00j.

    back seat\ though its acts are vital, while 'O lll'tt 'Britain.b&tween) .. fht riles p} 'tti'i t ,1t to b rment : thJt anuhip. NprlhlandThe h ip*fifcfcir ;.ree14' by stepping on t\1A.\ i; Single C lr: .t" .... .....-
    the w t : t vec: at Key Wt Anight.in \ .- I.awhorae.v! : +t1 I".. { 01 ;,.' uoc f* ff\
    Hauptmann to the morbid .
    appeals ,
    Gejman France .
    and. caused t, t.il. j. "a"Jj
    emotions. prehegcrmany ii"Uu'ssia'vhlch'wt rnes lest Y j1J : ,lizalsetlatSpencerandMI&t: l: I>'l.' Another..' game, of basketball-" tto t ll t Double qgg'i\!' ; rarI ,...._..._. D.DU

    .. ? l le> Russia Lll s colt ite. who will appiiu'1 lure] the excitable Lana is that I "
    t. Hd1\gifts!.Wi tyterl_ \. >,uir\ rj : I pro. I : UU
    ) r
    friends again and the in'a'jief.jaHy, refected program to.;::;f posed! for tonight: at the 'Athletic "vt. 4. Child's. Chair, a,".7..+::..._..........._. O. .'t
    Whenever and France
    find are
    you a man boasting, 'j('Club !\' : t8I..I.. ,r .
    nigItIAC! the Whit StreeC High t between the:Masked Maxell S" : .
    b.\ word of mouth or print, what all he has (Russians, have gotten 'the 'FreuchHoagreenot School1 r.uditoriam.: arrived in the :-nil the Public Utilities Fiv. To I ...;-,: .t..' I ... uLOU

    accomplished) it should be rememberedthat to make any agreement without consulting city this morning. The J. L. tow. add to the attractions of the.evening : > . Bench ........... UlJ............. .

    ('t'SIusic! Company extends an invitation : ,. dancing to excellent musicby i
    egotism ith3t anesthetic administered Russia. Until Germany signs the 1 f 4.50
    to all to be in attendance a good orchestra is promised;
    Russia will Rocking Chair ..____._...
    Locarno security
    by nature to deaden the pain Eastern pact at the affair. after the game. rI

    ot uu'erioritv. be disturbed. *I ___ I I: MIRRORS_ -FANCY-FOUR BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
    The British vessels!! Constanceand '! Mar'>y vessels of the ]local sponging $1.65
    Curlew which are now in port.;, fleet !eft this morning for the TO SELECT FROM .........--.-........---.......- I
    J. :Mark Wilcox, representative of the PARALYSIS IMMUNITY will be thrown open to visitors second trip of the winter season.

    Fourth congressional district, the shortestman -- Tuesday and Wedicrday afternoons -1!, The weather is excellent for the i MODERN CLASSIC FANCY GLASSWARE-CONSOLE SETS; SER-
    is from :2! until 5 o'clock and trip and should it continue means i *
    in Congress, has the longest district.It Another medical triumph -announced VITORS
    an invitation is! extended to all large catches. In former yeart'the 1 ; BOWLS, ETC.-
    extends from the extreme northern part by Dr. William II. Park, head of residents! of the city.: The Constance ! second trip of the winter usually! 1 t.

    ol the :tate; along the entire east coast to the New York city laboratories, who de. has a band and during visiting 1 proved more productive than'!the r $1
    hours will render a number i' first and captains and crews fare Single Pieces,. ... 25
    its southernmost extremity to the island clares that vaccine has been developed -. - ?--'-' .
    1'of selections. j imbued with this idea and are I
    city of Key \\'cst.A which gives immunity to that dreaded 1 looking forward to success. 1.50

    disease, infantile paralysis.The While attempting to jump on I ...... .
    morose newspaper given to paintthe new/vaccine i is a' resu.1t'of the an ice wagon, yesterday, Philip: The auxiliary Schooner Nassau-!! ,"' ,i '

    picture of a community even darker labors of Dr.: Maurice Brodie' 'ot New. age.Wadsworth.son of Smith Mr. and six Mrs.years William of;,: vian for unpaid was seized bills.recently The vessel in Miami was! -j. 3 Piece Seta. ...,......_ ........ .?. .1.75IVORY I

    than it actually)) is cannot hope to gain the York University, who has devoted. many II. Smith 1427 Pearl street, missed : -i' cverhauled last year in Key West .

    affection of the citizens.; The Citizen hasat months to study and experiments! >',in his his intended grip, fell to the ty Harry Gwynn and sold to Allan I fllNAWARE=lG Piece Sets.-4 Plates. 4.Cups, 4Saueers

    all times endeavored to keep up the; : laboratory. 'Aairt "all such 'researches, ,ground was run. over and killed, Johnson. I '; 4. Cereals, %per. set ..?..........??---_.__.$1.00

    morale of Key West by a hopeful attitude I.first experiment\:'were, made oil's animals, t i -"------- I r , '

    toward existing conditions. There is nothing until it was felt safe to try. the new' vaccine ,

    so bad that it cannot be worve. I on human beings. P -& 0 STEAMSHIP Co. II Clpen Until 7 P. M. EveningsSouth I .

    l Recently 25 children have been given : UNITED STATES FAST

    The Citizen likes the slogan the : the vaccine treatment, with the result that MAIL ROUTES FOR I .

    Tampa Tribune has adopted for Tan pans I they have been rendered immune to infantile PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

    to endorse and follow: U\Vork-Jbppily t paralysis, as proved by subsequent Leave Key Nest Effective for Havana April Tuesdays 27. 1933 and Fridays, 12:20 Florida I

    Wisely and Together." Key Western will blood tests. The vaccine is said to have "?. H. Contracting & Engineering...
    Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturday
    do well to follow the of been entirely successful in
    precepts Tampa's every case. '
    9:00 A. M.Leaye I Phone 598 White and Elk
    slogan. Our own slogan for 1935 has a Thus another boon to humanity is Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays I to eb

    like basic principle and may be recom- added to the long list of major achievements 6:30: P. M. "Your home is worthy of the beat"'S
    Ticket Reservations and Information at Ticket Office! OB &.
    I I
    mended to all: "Shun delights and live to the credit of modern medical Deck. 'Pboae 71 I

    laborious. days." science. J. H..COSTAR.Aje.t. \f I #fI.' "I -4' '_:;


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    l TROPICAL CLUBDEFLkTS. FERA Rebabllitatlon and ready for the winter resl- convenience: of tourists and resi possessing much of the unusual

    I FOLLOWING Of City Of Key West d Qta! by the. end of this week. dents.! architecture which makes it an indigenous -
    Trash receptacles have bee.
    f Courtesy cards are being given one here, are to be
    STARS (Contiaued from Page OM/ and
    purchased, are being placed
    to. Winter residents by the Country strengthened for another hundred

    I J By VICTOR BRiDCElXY THROUGH I the houses in the station, the Cl lq b> eo thtj| they will have all around the city. years of service; cleaning of lots
    The boulevard is being beautified
    CAM I Navy Department has turned over the privUfigej that members of the i with i is- continuing and beautification.
    BASEBALL ?. PLAYED more tropical plants.
    ff firsts: JVf'AoMi Trent "Right you are" said Jerry. "f Yoa: I' By JOVE) I I'I to the Administration most of; the organization, have; and the golf:I Facilities for caring for indigents work is not being !suspended by

    km ttLiiovi Itaiuid a dii.ayl ti< Ml>.araHc deal alatit of tkm a. jet ahead. with it_ 1.10111.and_ I will YESTERDAY RESUlTS. . .. . ... ,. ... finger piers at the submarine course likewise, is being thrown I at the clinic are being extended any means; there are, and will be,
    I oJ ."..,., formula fc'jw<>i. p lo UnityO'fueu. go back to tb. Oat, and you can Join I base-providing an unusually goodI so that supervisors of parks band con.
    Sir H'if/mm SCORE OF 7 TO S open to the tQurists. more complete ;
    tram 4"" :
    The basin
    for yachtsmen who in
    Then we'll take for diamojidball league will get cruise
    us there. George i ecru
    Xi.-t. ici/Ik Jtrrv l/<>r JUolty. pffltti/ 'I) t'.i( a leert tlfttrtvrjt a walk and have tea in the Park." under way again next week. A Southern \\aters. during the Winter Dairy plane service\ from Miamiha I An educational campaign\ '-.other recreational\ rogranI! are to

    -.< .tole trhrri tI.. Jokn(('rMI.irr4 Daboruc.. momijnc-irftoX "I don't tbtnk 1 ihall eier wast : meeting ",ji} be called and & sched- months. At the submarine been started tiia week by the: ing with preventive medicines ia be carried on, and the-> activities

    ( II. vffp TLey( <4 H ill(it*90, wktinl t>JI Jerm it dMTibct *- to eat a an.-( protested ? ott,.. "You La Tropical baseball club made ue drawn up. All this will be base, yachtsmen wilt b able to I.Miami-Key West Airways, Inc.,; to be launched, with the coopera of the Administration! still inter.

    little Mil I n',. .,..>.).';iiJe ttiev are 6rutting >,- gave me such a huge:' ?lunch." its first Appearance: on the fluidyesterdaywith i done by Monday at the latest, and tie up their boats, tajte on provision 'i j bringing Key West within slightly tion of medical men ia Key West esting to the outside world are
    or IJi.../,1' r Ster'..'Unit Jerry about ezSc'aiohl ltd "Y 011 must have tea." said J rr, : a. vLctorx Over thQ I the league will get: under way by s, and enjoy for a, few hours| ) more than an hour of Miami six I II This educational material: is to be being publicized, creating! more
    tlr. "NJ/iNy. firmly. "I've booked: table) at Ctro'4 :. strong .Aeevedo, Stars., The final Wednesday, January 9. So far, days, or weeks, this charming Island i days a week. I If mimeographed by the. Administration and more interest in Key West..
    tonight. and one can't dance en :an score was 7 to, S. Lonez. Busy Bee and Adam have City.
    It 'a' ame from shown f An art gallery which will) occupy -: and distributed. Informationwill ........................
    Chapter: ) 15 empty tummy. : was see-saw: I their willingness to guterI Some of the buildings) at the1 the. Caroline Lowe bouse on: be in both Spanish and Eng'lish. -
    U'o waited for a minute vhlll : start to finish. Aeevedo pitchedthe i Naval Station are being adapted !'
    JIMMY FOX Duval Street, will be open in the! so that none need be without CLASSIFIED
    Molly powdered her nose and pal; full game for his club Sanchez i! I also understand that the Ju-,|j I:' for use! at the Administration of- near future, and there classes in I II I[I its help.Restaurants.
    "'\ should I answer your qiiee. on a hat and then making our way and Salinero hurled for the win i rior League will}) get under way flees\ and within a week, the Administration -I art will be offeed-at least some:,! and other semi-
    lions?" the waiter demanded. to the end of the corridor w ltd : ners. !I : offices will be moved I( COLUMN
    shortly, and that they will) play of the rudimentary training1. :i pubhc} places are being decoratedwith
    "J have done nothing wrong. It Is down the broad deserted staircase I At bat, Castellano hit a double- I nights. So far, the Good}ears, 'I it is! planned. A "Fine Arts Commission" has I original murals being turned
    As we arrived at the bottom I, tan ant!. a single in four times up. I J 1 1. ......S.eaa.ss.asaFEMALE ......
    you who have struck and assaultedme. j Gates, Alvarez Stars. Cuban Club Additional park benches are be- just been formed. with City Bullding -, Out by the artists.
    Jimmy the opposite side of the I the John
    In the field stars
    If you do not let me go at once lounge I gave him an encouragtui and Dicl Navarro., were >j| and th$ :Trojans have decided to jug built with vol-jnteer labor, and !I Inspector Harry Baker aa oneI Stop signs and "no parking" HELP-SALESLADIES
    1 shall speak to the manager.: Dod and leaving the others to mal'! I Score? innings: f enter" thi$league. I will announce movable> bleachers! are being provided -I member of the committee. Others markers ace: to be re-painted for
    "You'll speak to the all their exit, walked over to an untenanted I by R. II. E. I through:these columns when a f{ sa that tourists will have (I include Donald Corley, architect; the convenience of strangers in SPECIAL I3iPLOYdF.NTfomarried
    manager corner. meeting,. will take place. : ample seating facilities for; a rest i B. C. Moreno,. engineer; Ralph Key West.A women. $15 weekly
    rljht. said Jerry. "I'll see t. that." Tropicals 211 000 300-7' 7 5 I I in and yourown.dresld FREE
    I the park, or to attend any of Gunn, director of beautification speakers bureau is being or-
    lie pointed to the door. "Get ouV" E HAD evidently thought out his! I!I Stars .... 300 101 000-5, 5 :3 I The Senior Baseball League I! the events planned for the winter.and I Adrian Dornbush, artist. This ganized *o that every one in Key representing nationally known

    he rasped. "Get out quick, before I * preparations, for. disappearing ;| Batteries: Sanchez. Salinero I will ako' get underway by the i; Shuffleboards trapshooting.I group will pass on all demolition West can, known what the activities Fashion Frocks. No canvassing.
    break your neck1": promptly through an adjoining door !i,'ami) J. Navarro; F. Aeevedo and i j 13th of this month. There are ; tennis and golf tournaments, and : work as well as giving its approv. of the Administration are and No investment. Send dress size.

    For a nuh instant Kilner seesnei way. he emerged a moment later cap '{I'Al. Rodriguez. four clubs ready to battle for the additional amateur. entertainment .'al to proposed construction work why they are being carried: on. Fashion frock Pept. S-374,
    rying a neatly tied brown paper: par I Summary: Three base hits: C. pennants, namely. Pirates, Stars programs are planned for the winter so that the indigenous architec- An agricultural survey is under I Cincinnati, Ohio. jan4ltxLOST
    Inclined to the discussion.
    cqntlnue and Baker two base hits:
    eel. I Garcia ; I Sluggers and the La TropicalI t ture and apparent lack of plan in I way. and through this it is expected -
    Ills lips opened. and then just as be "These are them, sir," be wbl 'Castellano John Navarro San-I club. The four clubs are about j 1'--Athletic. events Mill be staged Key West can be preserved. that information will be gath-I

    was about to speak something in pered. coming across to where I chez. AL Acevedo; stolen bases: i I evenly matched and some good S throughout the winter but the ; "Key West In Transition," a el't'd"hich will aid natives in cultivating A LADIES BLACK VELVET

    Jerry's face apparently checked the! was waiting. "They ain't up to much Mayg:; struck out: by Acevedo,7 2, games are expected to be played..:' outstanding"en, of the. seasoni booklet designed and published 1 entirely -I fruits and, vegetables, for JACKET waa left at Casa Marina -
    impulse and with a furtive glanca -Just a few bits I done at odd times.. by Sanchez TbySalinero- :,> UrnprewB1: ? !l be Gonzalez behind' i wilj be the six-day festival to' take for the visitor after he their own consumption and for New Year's Eve. This is
    at all three of us, he sidled hastily It won't be 'alf kind if you'll'are i bae.es..o1 balkK:: : -:Aceved loT, lJ t-the 1 place1 February "La Senu! : '
    >1|>law.and jA'guilar one;'the 'duij g. : reaches ,Key West. is ,coming: off sale here. A fish fertilizer: plant quite similar to another jacket:
    from the room. look through themf ", , S nd.ein 'rdrpitch: Aevj do;.jbasfi. rfNext' weel: ;. the Florida ana Xlegre"_ : has, beenjjlanned? :: the pres.-es now, and should be of is'being started at Clearwater, and lost by one of the ladies' present
    I i: winainarajteherr'? J.SatuiKP; ,ti'"'*tf! EBAWnyTsTre\ fke league gloves,} tirelji'for: .the jileasure! ,of) winter! 'ton id..r ble kelp to the visitor. if successful'will be the model fora on that ocas ion. It Is assumed
    't> :' a1Y) r l, Oi )>>ph'e.t, 'T, :\ ;!r!>'bf1h.VS: balks''and)) : other parap err.a-, | residents. ;. althofijh I lol citten$4: !.' A.;' Key' Went bibliography! also 'similar plant here.A that the lost jacket wan

    ,," '- \, }-' 'l"P"' IfiaA 1 aeeting i will be called andftheliag.vUt ; ra by nomeansjto: be" excluded) \A\. being! printed? <<: ,which. will con. final cleanup ,campaign is to taken by mistake by the owner

    ....."wti...........:....'"...: ,...:., .:.r...U... : get under way" from thj ','aetiTitiesl .' I I I tain the names of, aU books andother" pet: under way ehortly.Classes I of the jacket left at tha hotel
    : ; -i. |j lJ Waiting, of Gilbert, and sum-, t fcibho'graphical' material for in domestic help secretarial -I The management of Casa Marina -
    aI:1Isiiy: I The pocket billiard tournament van's "Pirates of Peuzance will I| the interested visitor and resi I work sewing und citizenship will greatly appreciate the

    ...........,........Q.e. will get under way soon. So far inaugurate the festival!! week the dent.The are either already started or will I return of same. jan4ltI
    Mario Sanchez and Evelio Ubieta night of February 19 and from U. S. Army records at I start in the very near future, to .
    1800-This issue of the Ulster will represent the Cuba Cafe and then through Sunday, February Fort Taylor are being studied aid Key Westers in making themselves I MISCELLANEOUS
    I County Gazette, published at' Artega and Valdes are going to 24. events are to follow in rapid with the 'end in view of attaining : capable of self-support and i i

    I Kingston N. Y.. a rarity among i represent the Cuban Club. These succession, with the mornings, j I a better understanding; of the.the Administration hopes' to do a CASH PAID for used furniture.
    old newspapers because of the ;; are the only ones to sign up so afternoons, and evenings given I early military life oh the island. :great deal toward the. elimination 1013 Southard street.
    full account of Washington's !I'I I far while three or four more' over to various activities including -1 The middle of February the : of illiteracy on the island. declT-lmox
    death funeral, and Washington! I,' in. moonlight regatta. an obI -- Open-Air activities the Administration
    : teams are expected to come a Key West Tropical I While the -
    (life, and copies so scarce as to be j servance of Washington's birthday i ir i' Aquarium is to be completed) and I are being concentrated AUTO SERVICE

    almost unknown. !t i it A Three Days' Cough r anniversary, athletic events, and,i dedicated. and that ceremony is: : on the phases of the rehabilitation -
    | Cuban exercises which bring to at' expected to attract several not- program; so that tour- CARS ,
    i 1883-First issue of "Life," in 11'I Is Your Danger Signal close the week's program. |(I ahles to Key West. Th, interior II. I I ieU will return\ to Key! West next Painted Station.and. GreaswA.decl7-lmo No. 3

    New York City. I Don't let them get a strangle\- In order that Winter residents I j j I.of the open-air building is to be year,, other work is being carriedon Fire

    U- -J It I hold. Fight them quickly. Creo-!I may have a place to mingle with (l embellished with frescoes by Al-: aa in the, past half year., FQR REMT
    t I _ _ } < I 1883-Historic: Pendelton Actj I mulsion combines 7 helps. in one.': other visitors and spend leisurely:i i If I red' Crimi. What was the spectacular and
    / f ? _ _ under which national civil, service 1. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant hours the Hospitality House of I., Disturbing noises are being unusual six months ago has turn- ROOMS AND APARTME. TS.
    4:4. j organized., (It I druggist to take. No is authorized narcotics. to Your refund own j the Key West Horpitahty League!1''eliminated) and an active cam. ed to routine. Artists are continuing 1013 Southard street.

    y > : t 'S your money on the spot if your is being/ rushed to completion, by paign i is, now under way so. that ,i their painting?-sending their dec22-lmox
    5' _ j 1896-Utan admitted to State- cough or cold is not relieved by- the works division of the Key! the person who came here because exhibits, chiefly for advertisingpurposes. -
    k.,S : .4,4.. S *I hood. (Creomulsion. (adv.) West Administration. The groundj jof the ,quiet peacefulness _ I j, floor of the Elks' Home on Du-it[West will nqt be disappointed. country; demolition of dangerousand
    1920-France) gives permissionfor In Fifeshire England?; a coal l val Street has been given over to( Rest rooms grq being built and condemned, building is to WAN EDo-A. caan/ to bid on

    S _____________ I removal of 20,000 American I t mine burned continuously for 200'j this project; and every effort is he-.'before: many weekai.have passed continue although on a modified your vest printing e order. ThAxtmaa .
    & soldiers buried there. years. I ing. made to Rave it completed j t they will dot the island, for the ,scale while) many of the buildings, Pres aug7S

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    > --" -- -
    "Get out before I break your neck I" said Jerry.I S

    strolled after him and locked the Til)) take them home with me,* I S -S S

    door. said "and I'll let you know what i ) 5- SS.s -. '-t"- ;:': ., S # S SS
    : '
    think about them .. :
    "Quite an exciting little episode! tomorrow. Loot .t,' ,'; : -
    I observed as I came back. "Just here Jimmy" I added. "You can S S
    shows bow careful one ought to be." keep a quiet tongue In your head :/; :.:. S .

    Jerry shook his head. "Avon was cant you?" ; '

    rlxht." he growled.: "We are mutts, lie nodded. Did

    cud we deserve to be kicked-all "I want you to help me," I went ever notice. in roomful of people. the
    you a
    the lot of us, "There's a waiter here wlto'calls :. .-. .
    "What doyou mean?" asked Molly himself Kilner-Jacob Kilner. A lit-
    I "Do you think he's one of Or- tie while ago, when I was upstairs
    JolTs people" with that lady and gentleman who -S
    Not a doubt ot It. An ordinary have just gone out. we found- him difference between one cigarette and another and
    hotel waiter would never have the listening outside the door. As It hap. .
    nerve to do a thins: of that borL" He pens we were talking about something
    took a couple of paces' towards the very private. I'm not going to '
    window aud then wheeled round.'Some make a fuss or anything ot that ;
    Russian who's probably pr>*- sort, but If it's possible I'd like to wonder why Chesterfields have such a pleasing aromas
    log as a refugee. The whole! of h'u:: find out who he is and where they .
    ropo stinks with them." got him from.
    "I wish knew bow much he'd "' ,
    we Ills eyes brightened. 1 can do :.. .
    overheard." I remarked regretfully. that for you. sir he said eagerly. '"
    -If he was listening: the whole! -Some of the chaps here are sure to ; "
    time ." know." &i Many things have to Jo. with the tlrom'a ;
    Ml. dou't think he was." broke !in "I'll be most grateful It 1? _.'
    C .
    Jerry "I 1 bbMi-ve he went off fur :a 1 tobacco :;
    Jimmy. said "but you must be 5 ofa cigarette. he kind of ;
    bit and then s.icaUed hack.: \n'I.ol' precious careful bow you set to :. .... :
    I saw the c'oor! move; that's wha work.! I don't Kilner '
    I want to guess -1 .1:
    attracted my attention.! that I'm making Inquiries about '' .1 : ,' S y. t they, are: made .of. . the way the to

    M17EI.U( wbitcrer the damage IsV luni." blended. the --
    of '
    -I wont give It away. sir. You can 69cc0cS are .. .
    '. : ,
    |& done now. I pIlntcllJut. ,.
    -Sf ;,
    trust me, honest. Mo hesitated and 1 -. J'"
    "Sce:na to me oar host plan (.. '0 .
    then Rushed. "Why. I'd-I'd do anything tSgs the
    keep quiet Molly's going: to ba here 5 ( 'cigortttc.foper.., ,
    : to help you sir, he staovmered. : .
    for another ?cuple of days: and il 1 )
    we complain to the manager It wttl! 1 f\
    The statement was so obviously: !
    probably! get all round the hotel. We sincere that a fresh Idea suddenly :ii- takes good l things to -make
    don't want ID have everybody talk struck me. r I IT ;
    lug; and] gossiping; about her. I-i.
    "There's something In tblt.ad.. which"Well you, there's might be another useful. Jimmy.way in" I : : good things.

    milled Jerry "\il the same. I'd like I said. "That lady L talk.
    young was said
    Someone that the
    to know who this skunk Is, and - to get
    ing abOut. who is sleeping I. Number -
    where they got him from. eighty-six is a rather I
    "I can probably find out. I said friend of mine. Her name'particular Miss t k' I right_ aroma in a cigarette, you

    with a sudden Inspiration. You remember O'Urlen. Quite by accident Iu 's _
    $ got
    that kid 1 spoke to on my mixed up with a rotten crowd of for> m.usf hav< the right quantity-

    way up?" eigners. who are trying to trighUa t
    He of Turkish tobacco-and that'sright
    nodded. her and cheat her. Now 1 don't suppose -
    "He's a sort of protest of mine I
    that will
    anyone Interfere with -
    Used to attend a drawing-cliss in her here but all the same these I__ *::r _r ,.
    Battersea.: I've promlsa/ to look people are an ugly lot and I'd feel, _
    over some work of his when I go happier if I knew that there was \ L. 4 But it is also true that you get
    down and I'll ask him'If be can ferret -
    somebody In the hotel who would I
    oat anything about our pars rec pleasing'vrna from the homegrown
    let me know at once fn case any. .t': a : -,
    ord. thing went It would only be
    "He'll tell all the other page a question of ringing me up on tat tobaccos . tobaccos; .

    boys..N'ot" be." I retorted. "Jimmy's a phone." t ::: filled with Southern Sunshine
    ICotwrtoM. mj. Pen* PMUMg Co./, *
    bright lad. and If I'm not mistaken
    be'* by way of being rather attached f and ripe.,
    Nick sets a surprlt from his sweet
    to me We can: trust him absolutely. solicitor, tomorrow. JIL

    \ When tw.etObaCCDs arei '
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    .CtS....................1 r YIII..IIIIII.'I: S ; all blended and[ tn sblendedthe '

    Today's Horoscope;' Notice To SubscTlbftT$ I balanced

    ..a...eS.e..SSSS.SSS I:'I ,f "__ Chesterfield,

    The keynoo: of this day is aspiration tb.Pleale carrier woo PMpt delivers 1-., aysn 7OIP'. 7 '-5--- --"I one agamtt-'t4 other, you get .

    There i h a disposition to l paper H. pays Tb. Citta., I 'iS' ::"- and thatsdifferent
    adventure. Artistic! in taste, these 15 cent a week for &. p*. ;'_ . S. a'jlavor: fragrance ,

    natures are too prone to become per aad sells 1% to yom 1 09 20 -:: -,p'S: '
    easily corrupted and guarding cemtt. Hi profit for; d.U..... frqm.Qmer cigareIte.5ti .

    against this they are well-mind I lac I I. S coata w_Uy on **cbsabscrib .. ..,J., .
    ed. There is r. If &. is aot pi4HE . ':
    a great tendency C ,
    toward oriental customs and tray- I..... Not The C1U *. ., : :,: ...":::. : .4 .-.-,-_,6&.sli... "
    !1. -_. 0 ,--- -.... l. L .I(" LLLI .I3i.L1M1u$3oMc2mco_ _. w 5,_ 54S4

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    '...........eoe.................................. ORDINANCE NO. 306.COUNCIL, t kept for that purpose and to keepon lars, or, by imprisonment in the!, this ordinance is held to be unconstitutional 'January A. D. 1935.

    SERIES file the original application! City Jail not exceeding sixty days.! or invalid, such Wt!. H. MALONE,
    signed by the applicant. !holding shall not affect the Mayor
    SOCIETY Section 10. Ordinance No. remaining -
    :-: : : AN ORDINANCE OF THE Section 3. The license fee fora ,305, Council Series, of the Ordi-'I I portions of this ordi- Attest: AGAIN WE LEAD I!

    CITY OF KEY WEST, liquor dealer or salesman: shall;j nances of the City of Key West, ,nance. WALLACE FINDER

    Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress FLORIDA, IMPOSING A, be Two Hundred Dollars per same.being an ordinance entitled: I Section 12. This ordinance City Clerk. Savings i

    LICENSE TAX ON :DEAL- annum, payable at the time of the("An Ordinance of the City of Key shall take effect immediately upon LEO II. WARREN i1.uper t
    'PHONE 752-J issuance of the license as in this: West, imposing licenses on deal-'': its jan4-lt President City
    ERS IN SPIRITUOUS, f i becoming a law.
    ...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.----------------------.-.--..------------------------. ordinance provided for. All 1 ers in spirituous, vinous andjori! I I
    -----------.I VINOUS ANDOR| INTOXICATING licenses shall expire on the 30th intoxicating liquors providing for Passed by the City Council on : Subscribe to The Citizen 500 Women's
    Key Wecters To Leave Russell Family LIQUORS, day of September in each and the payment thereof, and prescrib-'. first reading this 2nd day of

    On Trip TomorrowWilliam Returns To CitySuperintendent PROVIDING FOR THE PAY- every year. jl ing penalties for doing business,:,January, A. D. 1935. 1'

    MENT THEREOF AND Section 4. No> person, firm or I without first obtaining and paying -]| Passed by the City Council on MONROE THEATER DRESSES
    Jt" for licenses" be and the same second reading this 3rd day of Ricardo Cortez-Yerea Teasdale,
    corporation shall be
    W. Demeritt, Jr., Mrs. of Public In- PRESCRIBING PENALTIESLI permitted under -I .
    ,Demeritt and her sister, Miss struction Melvin Russell Mrg.Ku !'FOR--VIOLATION THEREOF the authority of anyone I is hereby repealed, and all other,I!January A. D. 1935. -* \ \*>t '1 $> V.i4 EvaJs''nObert|, R D !

    Mary Lightbourne, who have been 5 ll".and.the children were pas- license to conduct the business of ordinances in conflict with this Passed by the City 'Council tin Madge : Young: in I .

    spending the holidays with relatives sengers'Qr1.the Steamship Cuba ; .;JlEPEAyNCJ!: q ORDINANCE liquor dealer in any other location ordinance are hereby repealed. J I third reading this, 3rd day of, DEATH'ON THE. DIAMOND I ::

    will leave over the highway arriving front Tampa'this morning. rNO-.-305:COUNCIL than that stated in his applica- Section 11. If any I January, A. D. 1935., Mjrtintet. Balcony, ICk; OrcLe- I Ir

    tomorrow. morning en route to heYf spenti'the;, h ekpla n e 1JE \$AlE 'PEING AN tion as his place of business as paragraph clause or section'j I Approved this '3rd day 'of) 11 era, 15-20c; Night 15-25c a

    Atlanta, Ga., here M4' Demeritt New Year'a nondays with Mrs. ORDINANCE ENTITLED: such, except, however that two or I __ .,J:1: .. ? 4I1_--. I
    I is a student at Southern Dental Ru'sell's! folks in Fort Myers. more licenses may be issued to the -
    College. Mr. Russell said he and his fam- :same applicant, authorizing such :fIIII.tITIIIIIIII.lIIIIII.I".IIIIII.IONE
    They will be accompanied by ily had a very pleasant visit, but CITY OF KEY WEST, IMPOSING !applicant to conduct a liquor I II

    Mrs. Al Moore, sister of Mr. De- much of the enjoyment was marred LICENSES ON I dealer's business in as many loca-

    meritt, who has been visiting her by the many scenes of desolationin DEALERS IN SPIRITUOUS, I tons as he may have procured and /
    parents during the holidays and the citrus growing sections of VINOUS ANDiOR IN- paid licenses for. I DOLLAR -

    will go to join her husband, Lieu- the ftate. Section 5. No license issued j ;
    tenant Al Moore\ U. S. A. Re- To see mile after mile of once PROVIDING FOR LIQUORS THE I under the provisions of this ordi- _

    serves, who i is on duty with the prosperous! groves showing black nance shall be transferred or assigned -
    Civilian Conservation Corps in ened fruit and blighted 'trees, indications without first applying to .
    the Fourth Corps A'rea with headquarters -) of the havoc wrought by 1 PRESCRIBING PENALTIESFOR the City for permission so to do
    DOING BUSINESS Puts aH General Electric
    in Atlanta. { the wintry blasts of December 12 WITHOUT FIRST OBTAIN- and furnishing all the information "Liftop"refrigerator
    Another member of the group"! and 13, created a feeling of depression required on an original applica-
    will be Freddie Carbonell, son of said Mr. Russell, which ING AND PAYING tion for a license as liquor dealeror
    Mr. and Mrs. Juan Carbonell, \\hoj' could not be thrown off. LICENSES," AND REPEAL- salesman. in home
    1 ING ALL OTHER ORDI- L your
    all of the fruit in
    is an interne at Southern Dental Practically NANCES CONFLICT Section C. No liquor or other
    College, and will be graduated that section was destroyed, he I IN intoxicating beverage shall be I

    June.the closo of the school term as said well, and as thousands the older of budded young trees trees, !I BE WITH IT- ORDAINEDBY* THE soh'kithinbfeethundre 1iurclt { ):\t t :"J.f Sb;.J '," ;.\I!1> ff'\. ", ", -." l\.v- .J'i'i{'' 1i .... *v s .. ..r.,.. ..{ :.I ....- -.'L..ti"\.&

    were killed. Only thq hardier seedlings ,GITYHJI.COUNCIL ,OF/ THE Sci ; .lit,{ .1", ,t' . e' .f'I'" -r. 1.. .,
    :t ion37rvtk ach \ S t.
    New Yorkers Return survive. Besides the loss of mCITY -. OFr, (, KEY. c WEST! --'iI r".'''.''';;''?'' 'I' r ," .1'': ''; : .. t i : .' t. Values to .' i
    ( i l tttler+
    ot [iquos;' } i ,.,.. 3'9p
    'rKl'tIee n 1'
    1., : <<
    ): it ...
    the crop this year, the fruit grower .FLORIDA: ; (1"1'!' ; ( $5.95, at .
    Jr.jL' "
    : U .
    bev '
    'ii { ;
    For Visit Here ra ()M "" ; : (.t.t r':: iS 1t .. ;
    must look- taa greatly : 'term"liquor1"fas ale : "r
    forward 1Se'ctio1l'l'l'hat: l'lhe'c i' '
    mad'withonfffrht having cojnplicdwitjT owe eratly.; e :tnc j Values to '
    reduced crop nextiyear; .said :Mrt '" herein'1 tIseddsh'' ll ,betonstrtJed $4'9fi
    Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Baker of ': Russell .. : he preceding cV>nsSof. this efrigrrat t ode 'f.i 1 .:''i V j $8.95, at -- : .. -
    i t f- "to tnbaA tiVaHdl au .
    | ((1 ,
    New York City are guests at Casa ordU1ance: :,ball be ... con ,; I.i oJ..
    I distilled( "spirits'; brandyV'' hislcey, -i :'t All made to sell for Higher
    Marina, having arrived stria i P rate ancd( iola- .l f.t'r. ..
    Mr. and Mrs. Baker are)'esterdaY'i by no +, Miss Ruth Galey t ni,"gi1i.,< Cordrals 'and! f J'btHcr tion thereof: t&j-' "" Itr r ...' ' Prices. Includes Dresses for
    similar: distilled alcohol beverages: if" Street Wear, Afternoon Wear,
    means new visitors to Key West,: Hostess Last Night including all dilutions and mixtures Section 8. Nothing in this or-I Ill e( us place one in Y : '::. Sunday Nites and :,Formal.,
    here dinance
    having come several times I i contained shall be ,cons -
    previously to enjoy the climate and : -- of one or more of the foregoing strued to authorize permit What a selection!
    sports. I I Miss Ruth Rose Galey, daughter beverages. i 1 liquor dealer or salesman or to any do home on trial until July II What an assemblage I of new
    | of Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Galey The term ,"wine" shall be con-
    They are yachting enthusiasts !, business or operate in violation t"cS smart Sizes 14 to 44.
    ?1 last evening entertained informal. the of; j ,
    strued to mean products I t
    first rental
    having been in these waters on of any State law. a t a chargeof
    :i I ly a number of her friends who alcoholic fermentation of the: { LADIES SHOES FOR
    numerous occasions aboard their I Section 9. Any. person, firm or
    I i; called to bid her goodbye. fruit of alcoholic I
    juice of an content -:
    own yacht. Mr. and Mrs. Baker members thereof, corporations or { SPRING
    I I Miss Galey, who is a student at not in excess of twenty-four! ; $1.00 month. f. :
    are now renewing old acquaintances officers thereof, violating any of per ,
    and expressed themselves as I: the Mary Baldwin College at r per centum by volume. i the provisions of this ordinance I I t....;, Plenty of Whites, Combinations -

    delighted to have been able to return ;,: Staunton, Virginia, has been The term "beer", "porter", shall, upon conviction in the I :: .- < >f / Mixtures, Browns,
    to Key West this season. ;:spending the holidays with her parents and "ale" shall be construed to: Court of the Police Justice of the I See us for complete detail Blacks, Patent Leathers and
    I and returns north tonight contain-' '
    beverages Kid.
    mean S
    City of Key West, Florida, be i
    Mrs. E. fallings to resume her studies. ing more than 3.2 per centum of HOLDS ALL THIS FOODI
    punished by a fine of not'exce
    I alcohol by weight. Two Hundred : :!. 3 qtf. nullt 2 V pts.cream j S1.95 $2.50
    ing and Fifty'Dpl-I
    Here On VisitMrs.
    t dox. eats. 1 Ib. batterjj
    The term "liquor dealer" as Th .
    I LIQUOR ORDINANCE I Key West plea cto cs 2 tut lane -
    herein used shall be construed to laic: 1 boicie ciliup $2.95THE
    Eleanor Hellings of Los I checks 1 botrle chcrucs: 2 Ibt. ,
    mean any person, firm or corI bacon 3 lb".toast.1 brad
    Angeles, Cal. sister of Mrs. J. Yin- i PUBLISHED TODAY COLDSand lettuce 1 bit tmcumbtt ,
    I poration, and club engaged in the 2 Iba. tomatoes 1 bunch
    ing Harris with her granddaughter 6 666 6 6 .
    I, j I business of dealing in or selling \"" Electric Co. eclurr.2. (rape Irate 2lemon HUB
    Miss Mary Eleanor: Boyd, have ----- I ..' X dozen ou..CIS s
    arrived to spend the winter season I liquor, wines andor[ other alcoholic FEVER lard Mlad 2 drctMOB( ::0':.. .
    with Judge and Mrs. J. Vining I In today's issue of The Citizen beverages.The II Derl. 1 qc. water botil S '
    will be found the ordinance term "salesmen" as herein liquid-Tablets first day A. F AYALA Sales I 2v.itlrreetiea Ira,* 120 Ladles Department
    Harris at their home on Duval | pertaining k , Mgr. Ice cubes-2 Ib. of ice '
    street; I to the sale of intoxicating used shall be construed to mean SJre Not Drops HEADACHES, ..' - ... ;
    beverages in Key West, and fixingI any person soliciting businessand ia 30 asinnta! " 'llllllili.l'II.iI I.I'I"I". .)

    I I the amount of licenses to be im delivering for an out of town _ u_____
    posed. person, firm or corporation, within ---r

    I This ordinance was adopted aft- the corporate limits of the City

    KANTOR'SINC. er its final reading yesterday, and of Key West, Florida any liquor,
    ; replaces another which was drawn wine, beer, porter and ale.
    INC. some time ago.SPECIAL. Section 2. From and after the
    MEN EXCLUSIVELYAn I date when this ordinance shall be

    come effective, it shall be unlawful Presenting
    advance showing of fine CHURCHSERVICETONIGHT for any person, firm or cor-

    Nationally Advertised Mer- I I poration to engage in,'manage or
    chandise in M\ FIX'S SPRING operate or cause to be operated,

    WEARING A1TAKKL.: the business of a liquor dealer,

    or to operate as a salesman,
    within the corporate limits of the
    imported pure linen, triple A special service will be conducted City of Key West, Florida, without Two New
    pre-bhrunk pure linen, all new this evening at the Salva- first having paid for and procureda

    btyles- I. lion Army hall in connection with license from said City, as here

    S8.50 S10.00 the revival now being carried on, inafter provided for.
    TOSPORT according to announcement made At the time of applying for

    TROUSERSNew I| by Captain V. W. Walker, officer such license the applicant shall
    I in charge of the local branch. I I submit in writing to the City
    luttr-rns: and styles plain, I This service, it is stated, will beheld I Clerk, the name of the applicant
    and fan:-y; stripes and checks; I especially for those who were I and the address where applicant's 1F
    flannels,and! \ton>tfdd-- connected with the Salvation
    previously business as a liquor dealer is tobe'conducted

    $s.nr. $5.95TROUSERS I I Army $p4 who will be and if.the'Applicant!.. sty t
    TO present tonight. W'allfffmV'then:! ;( ItidmesPbf" i ,
    the" 'all;: : 1.uht
    I II" o'u I Ir .
    I There will be a service held tomorrow 4MenibpIS<< 'of'sa h"firm''/ado l 5f the Il.L' .(Ii$ (I f q'.
    night at.the,:".corner ij jof applicant'be Hau 'corporation:!! thalf'off ; 1
    Imported pure linens, white- |I' Fleming and Duval etrectai',instead names'of' leers oflsuchfttrri1is : :i q t 16 QMG' '6Ci/% 32 U I)1 f IC

    triple pre-shrunk- of at the.army hall; pOHtJ+ tll'lt hereby made the' ''I

    $I.J $2.95ENGLISH I 'l duty 'cd th \City:; Cfcjk tor '
    TO Although at i is only'54 miles in said..appli<;at.ip.ilna: ;, bopk toy,;te'I S

    SHORTS I length, a new Italian railway be-I .. . I... .1 I IIH in the two lowest price "

    triple Imported pie-s-hrunk pure linenhitc, ; crosses tween Florence 38 bridges and and Bologna passes,I '/, ntod Il'I rangesTHE

    i through 31 tunnels.BEARUP'S .
    TO S3.50SHIRTS I Ingredients of Vicks 1

    DRY CLEANING VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form DEALER ADVERTISEMENT

    Manhattan Arrow, Phillips- I I PHONE 152M. dec20 VICKS I COUGH DROPPALACE NEW rp<>MQRROW, Chevrolet will Car'of the low-price field. Both THE NEW

    Johncs, and E. & W.,
    plain I I. JL present the finest cars and of these cars are powered by the
    colors and new patterns I Fish, birds and Deer Heads STANDARB CHEVROLET MASTER BE LUXE CHEVROLET ;

    S1.45 S2.45 Mounted J biggest value that Chevrolet has improved Master Chevrolet engine.Both 1}

    TO CECIL CRAYTAXIDERMIST Big Boy Williams and LOWEST-PRICED SIX ever offered. t The New Standard give remarkable new performance NEW STREAMLINE STYLING 1

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    FLASHY ACCELERATION Chevrolet manner which has nomical to operate than previous t
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    largest stock of Men's Shoes Central Meat MarketStarting price is $20.00 additionaL ..:.the list ;
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