The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
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 25, 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: UF00048666:00413
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-Associated Frs: 65 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day to West,Wire the .:. t![:be.tp t" 1>: >cst (Cttijen: most Key country range West equable of; only with Florida weather 14*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the i

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Price Says Democrats Ready COMMITTEES BIRTHDAY BALL ON 11 Description Of Fort Jefferson AGREEMENT AGAINST BOOTLEGUQUORJRAFRC Supreme Court Decides On

I For 1936, 'G.O. P. Uncertain PERFECT 'PLANS Given Washington_ Bulletin I Gold5 :ClauseJJust; A Year

In'a bulletin recently issued in John Wilkes Booth by setting his

-- '' MEETING TO' BE HELD THIS Washington by the Department of I broken leg and, therefore was TWENTY-ONE STATES HAVE After''Devaluation; Of Dollar

Of Prime QuestionsIs W. W. DEMERITT imprisoned as one of the con-
One EVENING IN CHAMBER OF : the Interior and received by The AGREED' TO AN EXCHANGEOF
spirators in the assassination of

How Many Other Par- GOING ON TRIP COMMERCE ROOMS TO Citizen today, official; nofrice U I Abraham Lincoln. When, 1867 a REPORTS RELATIVE TO -

"I"IIIIIII President Gave His Reasons
of fever decimatedthe
HEAR REPORTS given of the transfer of Fort scourge yellow SHIPMENTS I -
ties Will l Be Found In TO WASHINGTONLIGHTHOUSE prison population Doctor CITIZEN AD FINDS
fertoa to the National Park Mudd volunteered his professional I For Stand TakenTo

I Field i Concerted activity on the part Ice'from the Navy Jef.1 services after the official physi. ID, .4..d. P....) ANOTHER LOST BIKE

SUPERINTEN. of those who have charge of tick- cian had succumbed to the disease, TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. Jan. 25. Protect Matters .In
the President's Ball The announcement of the tending the sick and dying until i! During the past several
et sales for
By BYRON PRICE DENT WILL ATTEND CON. on January 30, is expected to I national I he, also, was stricken. Later be.; -A new weapon against inter month a number .f bicycle Foreign TradeBy
tion to create a monument ministrations,1the !( have been lost but recovered
.. cause of his heroic
(fklrr f IIura 'File :
attend. state bootlegging of and
bring out a much larger
..r..... Waa.hI.gl..) FERENCE TO BE HELD BY doctor was pardoned. through the medium of lost or
ance than on the like occasion of tine long obsolete "Gibraltarof
Not much i i. said for publication Fort Abandoned"In wines was announced here today found advertisement in The
I America" wa made by Secretary Citit n.The .
but under-surface exploration .J the results last year 1873, Fort Jefferson was by J. A. Cormier state beverage most recent case !i.th.t i. Jlly Aniarlalril. Prr...)
were very satisfactory and the affair -I of the Interior Harold L.Iclte abandoned as an active fortification NEW YORK Jan 25.-Almost
preparatory to the 1936 superintendent was conceded the outstanding J though in the Spanish-Amer. department commissioner, as he of the lost "wheel" of the
W. W. Demeritt.
I following the proclamationby ican War because of its proximity Florida Public Utilities company exactly a year after President
social event of the it is hop- '
presidential campaign already of lighthouses in the Seventh District year to reported 21 states had agreed ,to which; was found by Ray
I t4 ,the attendance- next" Cuba, it was occupied temporarily
for Prasidrai'Rbserettit" J Off Roosevelt changed the value of the
will leave this Navarro.
have reached a highly active l day,night will be well in ,,1 by American -troops) In an'exchange' of1 reports, on ,shipments ,
D. C. to attend""" a ttM1mte. &fteiladigoa'kdeitleeieit
Washington' latelyt
Jast.year'aiTo. wednl'l-\\ Fort Jefferson' 'described i in 1900, .it was ,transferred to the dollarthe Supreme Court i i. sic-
tage. conference of superintendents!,of of b+verage. *:' -"tla 'i1..:;'Ptfr-Natarro?Inserted
; end Navy Department.
this iVe'IT..indu
the districts tin the United' States 1bullt1tt'as't'n: Impressive and Iaqls'C1asslfiJCeItnsa"iId'thls"week liberating of the
i ,' on congressional
"In! addition to its historic interest -
The lieutenant of President I Hawaii,. Puerto' Rico' and -Alaska; beingioffered, In" thei 'sinister reminder'of" tome-of the,, and At1(various f intervals, Cormier .. '"' '

Roosevelt whose renomination is 'These 'conferences' were held tertainment Club.tlubhofusewill':and,theiealon-of' .I: darkest*days,'- of\. the' republic). Fort':Jefferson picturesque' hasi' other I unusual aspect l, said;- -rep rts'I)IwHl .beeuhangedehCw1ng.shipments"forilnstane t hvth" lktitHet! ".mtiiy'recover.' act on which his decree

v year.until up to the* depres- Country a veritable!fairyland'of; tropical pre.Mnt -:Hexagonal'm>Bhapt;"
conceded could give you from I'i ion, the last being held'in March,, ,beauty., its greatwatl$;' each 450" ties of"fish-abound In'the crystal' from) Florida tB-Neworork-'ani' .
T.iT lisY d. II The president his reasons
their confidential file a detailed I 1932, when a comprehensive-| In the rooms of Key West Public 'I feet longJ'Yise' 60 feet from the waters surrounding it, among' from New York to Florida. A gave a*

gram was outlined by the depart. i Library tonight there will be a them the tarpon games., of sea;! n. for devaluing the dollar the
what to I moat. The moat, once alive with cnecK will be made on these reports -
picture they expect I ment. j meeting at which time reports fish. Nearby, on Bird Key, are KEY WEST HASPALMYWEATHER

I happen in state during the At these meetings of district will be received by heads of the I I sharks, was designed to preclude bird and turtle refuges. Between -]:I' to determine if the liquor necessity to protect our foreign

every 1 heads all matters pertaining to the 1 several committees in charge of escape of those political prfeon- Garden Key and the Ever II leached its specified destination. trade;' from the effect of the depreciated

pre-convention season ending in department in all branches are details and arrangements.The j! era immured there when it becameI glades exists one of the greatest Liquor shipped in inter-state

discussed including fixed structures -I proceeds from the sale of a federal prison. marine gardens in the world and I commerce Cormier said, is sub- currencies of competing:
June of next year. floating structures signals, tickets will be divided this yearas I I I strange and colorful growths may ject to state taxation only in the
Describes Structure ] nation, and the of ]-
i expansion ere
On the republican side the data : hydrographic characteristics econ-!( follows: For local expenses in I' be seen. j I rtate where it is sold. With the exchange LOWEST TEMPERATURE LAST -
omies in procurement of supplies, connection with cases of infantile "Built in 1846, and intended.1 "By its inclusion of the Dryj I of information on inter it called for by domestic condition -
is far less complete and anything personnel administrative fiscal paralysis 70 percent is to be to command and hold the fine harI Tortugas Group of Islands within I I state shipments, Cormier said the NIGHT WAS SHOWN TO

but conclusive. In the main it and clerical sections. 1 1 i retained in the city in which the I bor in the Tortugas Keys, Fort the national monument for the';I ttate where the beverage wa BE 58 *. A rise in domestic price

Mr. Dementt:: was appointed ban is given. The remaining 30..Jefferson remained in federal possession .', preservation of Fort Jefferson, manufactured could require pay was desired by the administration.

forecasts continuing confusionsand chairman of the committee on fixed percent is to be forwarded to the I throughout the Civil War. and by express mention, the Presi-. inent of tax if a liquor shipment

structures, and has compiled I national committee for use in research dential Procla';'ation revokes previous .. does not reach its announced destination. forecast The fixed weight of gold cup-
Three Just yesterday
controversy right to the I rows of guns, 80 to a side, as was
up an extensive collection of data to 1 work and control of the ; orders kh closed the Port porting the dollar was thereupon '
time when the national convention I present at the conference. I disease.PLODDINGCARAVANS i were cahed for in its original of Tortugas to navigation and, Plan Made In Chicago by G. S. Kennedy, meteorologist'
1; plans, but even before it was completed ' forbade air navigation over it.i Plans for this system of reports i: changed from 25.8 grains to
makes its decisions.. -- - -- in full detail the colossal Reservation for lighthouse ,at the local weather bureau, tem.Jperature
purposes were made at a meeting in Ch [: 15 5-21 grains of gold; an ounce

One of the prime questions is OF DESERT structure was generally concededto also is made. I ergo of the National Association last night was higher of gold was given a value of $35,
be a military mistake. It was I f "Anticipating the influx of win, of Liquor Administrators. Cromier J I'.I
how many other parties will be in not; garrisoned until 1860. In 1861, ter tourists to Florida, the relief attended the meeting as a repre- than the night previous when the, instead of 120.67; and the dollar

MARK REVIVAL IN ITALIAN COLONY when its forces repelled a Confed.. workers besides restoring and sentative of Florida. He was dec of the thermometer j:I I consequently declined to a value
low reading
the field. The answer is conceded eiate gunboat, it was because of cleaning the fort, will install I ed a'vice chairman of the association of 59.00 percent of its former f elf.The .

generally to depend on the economic J I the strategy of its commander who facilities for the convenience of ;and also was, made chairman was 53. ,Last.night, .the IQwst;.. pTTsidefltUHerfeerwiuch; was -
""( ?nds"' f'thif"-next: fewmonths. ., TRIPOLI ItSTiih North Africa, Fezzanto. create tn k-lines bev:!,, full complement of guns-scarce.1, over, night. t "We believe the exchange of was 58. 1|I announced on January 31, 11)34): ,

J Jan. 25.-Colorful caravans of-l-tween Brak and Edri. Brak and ly a lozen of which were loaded! "Air lines plying between I information on the shipments of In Jacksonville the freezing was based on powers granted by

:. centuries past are moving again I Kneir Pass and Brak and';!j L "Fort Jefferson became a' Fed-' Southern points have arranged liquor and wines and beers from 32 reached, while at: the Thomas amendment to the
point, was
Banking On Better Time I acres the Libyan sands as the I: Sciueref. At the Agar oaisis a''oral prison in 1863. Here was I,> special week-end trips from Flor- one state to another will result i in low of 36 in.!, farm relief act and the gold re-
confined the Doctor Mudd. of' Ida aviation ports to Fort Jefferson -, improved; tax collections and also Tampa a was ;t rerve act'of 1034.Dollar &.
If prosperity returns during the strong-armed Italian Ieace brings: generous spring is being enlarged.At Southern Maryland, who assisted I; at round trip rates." will serve as a curb against bootleggers dicated. At Miami the reading:, ..

coming year, the politicians expect .' prosperity to the middle north I Murzuk the new palace of,I --- obtaining liquor," Cormier : 42, four degrees higher than on-: Decline

little third- African states. ( the Italian residents is being com-] declared upon his return here. I Wednesday night. ]! By the end! of 1934 the: purchas-
to significant j
a see The current of trade, reports I pleted. From this residence will 0 "Under the laws in most of the shows 1 ing power: of the dollar had tleclin-
activity. If things on as General Italo Balbo of ;ITODAY'S 11 Forecast for tonight : an
go governor
party states, the gallonage and excise
I Libya is flowing again as it did! start a new auto road to connect it{ WEATHER | taxes on beverage are applicable I appreciable diminishing of thc) 1' ed, on.the! basis of 1920, 13.8 rer'cerit .
they are, or get won, a bumper I
the with the Sebha road. from
before the Italo-Turkish war of city I, on'y! on beverages sold within that cold wave and a promise of fairl or 151.7; cents in 1)3Ui :
crop of indepetdent movements ia 1912.When Rebuilding is going on intensively I state. Beer manufactured in Wisconsin and warmer weather tomorrow. 1 i; to J307; cents in '1934.

looked for.Evidently. the Italians penetrated! I in the villages of Ubari,j j Temperature* I and not quite so'cold tonight;t I is subject to gallonage tax This will J?'I Economist* close to the pre'i-

; into Fezzan in 1930 and put down Highest __....._.._...______ Saturday fair and warmer, gentle when it is'sold in Florida. prove good news to
Zella and Soca, which the Italians dent, notably Prof.
I G. F. Warren
Mr. Roosevelt is. the uprising of the tribes, they I Lowest .......__..__!))8 "If we get a report that a ship the l large number of anglers whrf; ,
banking, politically, on a very appreciable -I i found that the caravan trade had found reduced practically to ruins Mean -..- ..+ : 1 '\lbo, ment of beer is made from one have been anxiously awaiting*'and those in sympathy with! him,

economic upturn. i I i I II died. Now, however, a list of the I when, they penetrated into Fez.:I ai.t ;;_; =. =_ =70 I II "f* 41e I 1'40f" @ tate to Florida. we then will checkto higher temperatures, and the* believed that depreciation of the

', caravans crossing Libya reads zan in 1930.VISITORS. Kainiaii u I I' 1 dollar, making it worth less in
Recently his managers have not i P ; determine whether the shipment]I yachting parties, a number of,;
_ been taking the pains they once ]"I like the freight report of a rail I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.I r J\\ '. -J was delivered. If it did not reach which are' on the vessels berthed';. teams of gold, would saue the

did to keen. the republican insurigents I terminal. Normal.. Precipitation ._. .09 Ins. 7 -] f Its destination, we then will notify prices of domestic goods.
RENT I ..1.. rrrortl rnvern S4-h..r perlud (I". / in the submarine base at the naval;: '
; in the democratic fold- Sahara City Gay Again milhiK' at K .'ela k Skis u.rnl.*r. Ii the state where the shipment I Calculations made jy the National -

that is, to keep them from going! The ancient city of Murzuk in I Tomorrow's Almanac I I originated, and suitable actioncan station. |I I IANARfflVFS Industrial Conference Board

out on their own and organizing i Hofra used to be called "The BEACH CABANAS: Sup rises .- 7:12a., m. : ; J1, be taken to collect the tax : recently show that with the decline .

against the administration the popular -' Paris of the Sahara." All caravans there and prevent such shipments 1 J of the purchasing power ut

discontent arising from the I stopped there, tran. I .I'.I'ed ''19.r.lIt:' ,J,:ul:1"<< ..-- Jfo !.,tiJ -.l Sun j II fI S .. :..J"T.. l.-t... .,3O8.' p.' in.ciii .. ." i 1[in .th futur.e;oW 03T"3St3. [ the dollar, prices increased -1C.1;
: ; >
depression. j I' l jt ;t ERECTED UNDER. SUPERVI.. ,'oo.lI6'iets ____.!! !IHM! '1&::56 a. m. rt-Warmer J"Fair" I/ 4IbYiaa doCs at present have percent, at the end of 1934.Professor .
I tJ f JIN
Democratic party chiefs are) ltt !i\\'us *,nnr I ia JUII* fia": : '' ' 1 aA'. nq ta'XI' h'lIqu ts tax; ; ; PORTT00AYi Warren argued; "Jn

proceeding instead, on the theory ( 1 Iand & La f ,SION.OFKEYWESTAD:: .. jlf" "l!:.', Tomorrow' *,Tide*,,', I to moodir'i te'rf(5rtJ' ( ? na northeast I ion beer and wine .it approximatf j*, -: 1920, anywhere in the world gqld
Vllhe '8' 'd ,1 A.M. P.t. grinds. ]Ily j six WnVIgallon1.1? Ucense for'- .III a would'buy less than half
that by November. 11)36) improved ChJ jTKicji/yLTft. $ j"nlxu"t !" -.11' r ; 11 (f I IJXESELo as myth,
conditions will hare wiped, out ) througn Nigeria; and was carriqtt ,'t "( "') ,"l 4fIITRATioN l I: ," '.::1 j[ High ..........._ 1:41., 'J', 1:38 Florida:''Fairid not quite.1So. firms enjja5dinmanufacture dr!! ; FUEL / of other' commodities as it would
and that 1 ,, ... ... " , : [Loe------_'.__:".._. 7:27': 8:41 rale of liquor are required.rr i L: BRINGS : OIL!I have purchased before the
most of that discontent, out in boats' Jturzuk languisheNoowez ., I '!) ::. .. . ,1 cold, tonight! ,; Saturday-..,.fair t and i ., . war.
the natural prestige of the admin.i .\ there.it;tP1: H, ,. '.ill', tofG .j ,". Barometer nt 8 u. m., i today: warmerWI .... FOR TANKS AT PORTER This was the lowest -ralue: for gold
\ r rI
btration will insure Mr. Roose- there' are caravans and people Winter residents of Key West'I Sea level, 30.20. that has ever OCCt rred.
d velt's reelection on a straight-out again laugh and dance. I already have rented for the'seaI I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:! SEVEN LEAVE DOCK CO. YARDS Gold Reached High

: son four of the cabanas erected Lovfert Highest Moderate north and northeast
democratic ticket. j The caravan list for a recent i I p 4'ln 1934, gold reached the
Garner Is SetA I; month is a romantic narrative of;i on Rest Beach by the Key West:'i Station Last Night Yesterday winds becoming gentle variableover I ABOARD PLANE highest value ever attained since

little administration. i Abilene! -........... 32 44 Tanker New Jersey, of the
ago there was talk, v ry1; regiments of men and cameIsCrossing : 'i north portion Saturday and the establishment of the United
Those who have taken the Atlanta 20 30 i I Texas Oil company, arrived in
high up in the party of putting bleak stretches of unending ; I fair weather tonight and Saturday. -I States. No civilization can funeI
republican as the desert. J cabanas include Mrs.\ D. A. Printz, Boston'4 14 Ij THIS port this morning with a cargo of successfully with web violent
up an insurgent : Franklin Will Web.I Buffalo! .._ . 8 12 j i THREE ARRIVE ON 8.000 barrels of fuel oil, for the I
Uoose\elt runing-mate. Now the At Brak, capital of the Sciati of Pa., Mrs. i ---- I fluctuations in the value of mon
Charleston ..._ 28 38 East Gulf: Moderate north and tanks of the Porter Dock
FROM company. ;
renomination of region, two caravans arrived from; ster, of Birmingham, Ala.. George | MORNING "
talk is all for the Weaver of New York City andF. ;. Chicago ....._...... 8 18 noitheast winds becoming gentle After discharging the ship was to ey.
| south Algiers, bringing in varied' | By making American
Vice President Garner. merchandise and dat.sI I M. Tibbott, of Chestervilje,I[ Denver _.-_......._ 36 62 [ southerly over north portion Sat- MIAMI tail for' Port Arthur, Texas. 1 worth currency
In state (except IlucyLong's : taking out I less in ternu of the currencies -
every Detroit __._. ... 12 14 urday. Freighter Ozark. of the Clyde-
Louisiana) the democrat: and diverse food !!I Me., who took one for a group of I[ of other countries it was
j\ Galveston -..-_._- 40 46 i iI Mallory Lines U due to arrive in
and relying on, a i; Varied Loads Carried I I| several. planned to give American produc-
are building up, YtTATlILK CONDITIONS this morning ,
Havana Arrivals
j 64 by plane port this evening from New Or- '
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democratic state Popularity of these places of I I ers an advantage in the international
down-the-line all j!; At Murzuk. six caravans ani-: ;Huron ,-.....-... 16 26 from Miami were three in number leans. After discharging the ship !I I
frowning on | restful association and a I markets.
organization. and ved from Tibesti bringing merchandise -, Jacksonville .. 32 48 Pressure has fallen over the Martin Ames Agnes Ames will sail for Miami ,and Jackaon.jdUe. ]I
coalitions. Of course if any ::, and poultry. Four cam-:'I gathering place'for visitors in the t' Kansas City _?+. 20 28 upper Mississippi Valley and Lake and Dewey Mason.Departures _": !I r rIb In''a'bushel other' words, after devalua-
want to go city, seems assured with the I of wheat should sell
j contented republicans \ vans came from Giado and Bilma KEY WEST ..58 63 region, and is relatively low over I )yesterday at, 4 Fruiter'Ceiba, of'the StaridardFruit "i
along, they are welcome but they':,; carrying poultry, pork waterjuvs, early response from winter guests Little Rock .20 26 the far northwest; while high o'clock were: Wilma Maloney and Steamship company, is"I for only 60 percent of i iU former
are not encouraged to expect fa-:pleat her, cotton and carved "'00.1.:i already here. I Los Angeles ._.._ 60 84 pressure areas, 'crested over the* Adrian Dornbush :Mildred C1al1'e. due in port, this afternoon from],, price( i in terms of francs.: This

vors. 'i j|t':, At Ubari a caravan arrivedi I Rentals of the cabanas are being Louisville ?...._ 12 18 middle Atlantic states and Plateau 1 Hilda Steffins, Emma Goodman,' New York. will bunker"'-with fuel j]"would give the French importerthe

There are a lot of possibilitiesin I;i from Uarpla with varied merchandise .( handled through the housing I Miami ___'-_.'_ 42 66 region. overspread most of the remainder -, Lothair van Buskirk Sidney Mon oil 'at the .Porter Dock company''_.the"chance to bay} more wheat for

that. A return of the ,insu ;-': to exchange for dates. At t depaitment of the administration.SEE ., Minneapolis _____ 8 14 of the country. Snow has, roe. .. .. . ; ..-..... and sail for "Fron tera' Mexico. ] same' number' of francs he had
? before fewer francs
gents to the republican camp'; Ghat two caravans came from New Orleans 32 42 occurred during the last 24 hoursin f ,I paid or to pay..
would be calculated to aggravate I i for the same,amountof wbea,'he
Tunis: with varied goods.: Two: New York 4 16 portions of the Lake region and r

greatly the struggle for control j caravans left for Algiers and two Pensaeola!! _._ 28 42 northern New England, and it was. FREE! FREE! NEW.ARRIVALATBERG1 1 had bought before..

already raging there. ', 'i! for Sudaii with food, dates and THE Pittsburgh __. 8 14 snowing this morning in eastern I I Export and import: figures show
Even stand no I ? that in the past 11 months of 1933ourexport3 !)
as things now. : small manufactured objects.: St., Louis ___"_ 16 20 North Carolina. Temperatures con FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND HOME:j.
one seems able to figure i out howa { From various villages of Sciati. Salt Lake City 28 44 tinue abnormally low over eastern' MONDAY amounted to $1,482-
prolonged deadlock can be avoided left for Tunis. NEW DODGE I 355,000,. and our imports to $1,-
eigrt caravans San Francisco 50 62 Districts! with readings below zero
when the republicans together : One Baby Chick Free with 305843000.) In the first 11
come They embraced 550 camels and Seattle _..._._ 56 62 in New England and freezing, as I.
in their next national convention. t every $1.25 order or you was received today: months of 1934 although devalua-
and carried dates andlocal Florida and I telegram
115 men Tampa _._ ___ 36 54 far south as northern ,.
them at H. A Pierce ]! lion occurred at the end of 'JanI -'
1 merchandise. There was,' ON DISPLAY Washington 4 16 have risen in most of the Rocky, can buy fl/* by Mr. and )I announcing -i I
More dark horses than figuredin \ intense movement of each __.- AUl/ 1, the arrival of a baby nary oar'.exports had risen onlyto
i and
moreover an Williston ... 4 34 Mountain states ores '
the 1920 republican deadlockare to their ..on.in.1aw.and. daughter $1,962,731.000, and our importsto
between Tripoli Lake boy
exchanges Ohio and region
the Valley
edging into the picture. A can i ; Fulford's Poultry Farm ,- Mr., and Mrs. Victor Berg- $1,508,640,000 la brief, the
and lion Socna, Sebha ,,' 'WEATHER FORECAST with readings 28 to 30 degrees
didate of the type of Ogden Mills Ubari and Ghat. higher in Minnesota County Road Phone 880 itrom. at Detroit, Mich: excess of imports over export
or David Reed might be able to i 210 Duval Street J Mrs. Beretirom. waS formerly gained In the first 11 months of
.I Ruined Village Rebuilt (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) G. S. KENNEDY. Frtw Delivery .
formidable bloc delegates this 1934 only $273,610,000. .
organize a of I Official in Charge .Mist Hazel Pierce of city.!
11 Fair
West and Vicinity: '
I construction continues in Key I .
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"IF EVER I'M TEMPTED" I made while the painting ....... ? ....... GIVES GOOD SERVICE
'llu i.{ t5 1Cnl r. i..i ;
(} opera'I'I
-- KEY WEST INDAYSGONE tions are going on. They- Today's Birthdays Today'sAnniversaries;; !
the grounds surrounding the structure A'SHTABULA, O.'The'" motorcar
!1IbUahe4 Dally Except Sunday. Uy We pause long enough to report that attractive by grading and I,................... .... !' owned Mike Tinley 9t of
... AKTMA, PreaMrat. Richard Henschen, 24. of Chicago, wantsto landscape( gardening I IJ. I Edith: Wharton of Paris, famed : this city. is 22 years old and still

From The Citizen Rullding be finger-printed by the Department of Happening Here Just 10 Yearn,| ,1 novelist! born in New York City ..................Q& Q.. I in good condition.A .
Corner Greene and Ann streets Ago Today A. Taken From : 73
year ago. 1C27-Robert Boyle English:
Editorial Comment There is
J, Justice and have his identifying ,prints on The Files Of The Citizen !! : physicist and natural philosopher I European motorcycle officer
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe said to be much high stepping in
County. i file. society, but it does not help one ', U. S. Senator Homer T. Hone born. Died Dec. 30, 1G1>1. has deigned metal leg shields to
I of Washington, born at Franklin.
provide protection against cold
I The proceedure to have the I the ladder of success. I
'Knterrd at Key weal Florida a* second class matter This young man very sensibly observes -' ,| up I'| Ind, 52 years ago. I I winds.
freeholiers of the county vote on I'I' !I 1759-Robert- Burns, Scotland's ,
rimSIXTH YEAR I I that "if ever I'm tempted to commit the proposition to bond the county Coach Kendrigan and membersof a world-famed poet, who poured
Ambassador Lan-
William C. Bulhtt, physician of his day born in
Member at the A..*rUle the University of Havana bas- Ito i Co. S. C. Died in New
' Aaaoct.l.t6d. Pr-.a U ercluelveiy entitled to user a crime having my finger prints on the road to the mainland will Russia born in Philadelphia. : tenderness in his brief life- caster .
. credited ketball team arrived in Key West York Xov. 13. 1883,
repuLlicallon of all news dispatches h.It *' 44 years ajro.Charles : I : ,
or not otherwise credited In this paper and ajs record may deter me. be systematically continued so last night enroute to points up, span, born. July 21, t J7JX5.
the local news:-published Ile..r!:X.ne .._ that no time will be lost in actingon the east coast. The team hf.ol t I I I II I \ "*1825--Geo-;; ;:
completed : .
The chances are that Richard will not the proposal. This statementwas 'I Curtis of Washington.D. :i 1794-Elie M. Durand a noted 1| Pickett, Confederate -
Tear ._,...Sl'os"ItII-TIOS. ..... RATES! -11000 arangements- for a gatne in': C., ex-Vice President, born in Philadelphia pharmacist and botanist major-general, born at
> commit crime man i made this
=tli Months _-..._.. .... .. ..._ 6.00 any because a young morning by mem- Key West and this will be playedon : Shawnee Co., Kans., 75 years ajro.i of his born in France..,I Richmond, Va. Died at Norfolk,
.... .. .._... == bers of the committee having the day
,1'hree Months 250 their return about the last: day i ___ I
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Une MonthWeekly _-_.. .. ....:_ .. .8* who is so clear-headed in fortifying him- matter in charge. The county at- I Died Aug. 14, 1873. Va.. July 30, 1875.
.___.._..._,.... .!I of the week. Tonight the islanders William L. Austin, Director of -- I -
self against yielding to sudden temptations torney now is preparing the neces- will meet the Vero Beach born in
: organization the Bureau of the Census l
: 1R11 James F.. Murdoch, 1838 ) Theo-
ADVKKTISING! HATK3! and it is proposed to ae- -((100 years ago
Made known on application. I I is not apt to go wrong. lie is wise in putting -; hold sary papers the election as soon as pos- and after then which the they Fort will'ierceIuintl't. re- Scott Co., Miss.:\ 64 years ago. tor, born in Philadelphia. Died idore, F. Seward, New York found-
All reading notices 91-KLIAL., cards OT1CK of thanks, resolutions .ftfvpect I I the odds against commiting a successful I sible. The matter will be presented turn to, Key West for local con I j :Matthew\ Well, labor leader, :May\ 19, 1893. er-president of the Brotherhood of
' : obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at to the board of county com- tests. I I Christian Unity, author born at
.te rate of :e cent a line. crim.e because it does not pay and missioners their I i born in Luxemburg 55 years ago. 1813-James" M. Sims!', noted Florida, N. Y. Died in 1902.
at next meeting I
Notices for entertainments by tUurcne from which : I _. I
t revenue ls to be derived are & cents a line. the psychological influence of the recorded to be held February 5. On their j Dr. Rufus Jones professor -_..__._ - --.
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus- }Ir. and Mrs. A. M.:\ Green of : j------
fcuu. of. i'..bite Issues and subjects of local or general fingerprints will help him to "go straight." approving the petition and there'is Pittsburgh: Pa., were surprisedday 1, emeritus of philosophy, Ilaverford jI I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OFt
it',re t but it will not publish anonymous communl- no doubt on that point, the regular College Pa., born in Basnettville,
uU .&0"'r It might be wise for,some of the rest meeting will be adjourned for before- yesterday when they'!' W. Va. 57 t! THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
stood the dock and raw boat t
of us to follow his example and set up defensive -: one week at which time the reso- I __ I OF KEY WEST
after boat with large catches
Religion should be an emotion rather return -
' works against the assaults of vari- lution will be passed.Announcement of fish. They decided- to try Mrs.\ Ellis A. (Lenna L.) Yost I a. at the close of business December 31, 1934
than a habit. ;, of Washington D. C., Republicanwcman I I Comptroller' Call
ous types of temptation that constantly their luck and went out yesterdayand I
was made today leader- born in Ba'nett- RESOURCESLoans
returned- with one of the largest I
solicits and assail us. How much wiser we would be by the Florida East Coast Railway :; catches of the st'ason--barra- : vine, W. Va, 57 years ago. i and Investments .... $ 305639.43

Nobody gangsters gunmenfor if we followed this example in whateverway of a special 1 tri weekly train cuda, kingfish, mackerel, wahoo Overdrafts ..._. ..._........._... 71.61
life insurance.All service between Key West and )Ii- Ernest F. W. Alexanderson. noted Banking House, Furniture
might benefit and assist us in doing* i ami. This service becomes effec- and one of the largest amberjacks General Electric electric engineer -, and Fixtures __......... 33,082.33
what most people want to do "live of the searon. They will try.again Conds of States and Possessions -
tive today. The new, schedule pro- : and inventor, SchenectaJy,
tomorrow. Mr.\ Green expressed the .
of us know some persons who right." I vides for operation of these train3 !1 N. .Y., born'jn Sweden{ 57.. yearns':I of the United
hope he will catch a tarpon before .. States ___ 139,370.68
Spend all their energy in talk. c. on Mondays, ,Wetjnesdajs: and Fridays returning north. I ago. ; .." I I Other::> Bonds and Securities 74.204.03

Ii. PRESS CAN CRITICIZE"COURTS arriving o'clock.ct these, terminalst : _1_ of'Columbia. "j-I 1 Ft of tfff lc :l!! ;t
.. $ 4:15 Trains will consist j Dr.Thomai II. 1,1 ,4ili, 6000.00 t
2: Health note: Never try to sCop a I of regular coaches::with\ Pull- The morning train' brought 168:;' educational I<,ader.i.bornrtj; !: .tF4.'m1t( ,I1 phI

fight between a husband and wife. The rigjit of om.men'tI man car accommodation};. It is passengers- yesterday'and' 115 this, :P.a1eigh'K C.,,-58 3ears'-age') I.( i I .....?ict4lgrth4tx"usaraaie tt'Y.\Dd ', : 1,954.01
; newspapers.to. understood> that thefirst'train, arriving morning. :\Most of the arrivals . ..... I.N . :.1.1I I : .t 'bUteff l4'G6ft ,.
I .
rr ./ (_ uPon and criticize the action"opinions and .this afternoon will J be fully took passage on the Northland I 'Emil 'Luaig' and' guar-
Honesty is the best policy, but some judgments of courts, has been upheld by ] loaded : this morning for Havana.A i German biographer and ''writer. anteed$832.744.73'
I ?
seem to think the best comes too high. the Supreme Court of Indiana in reversingthe born 54 years ago.BENJAMIN. Cash!; and due from Banks 495,1 C8.97 1327913.70
Arthur Sawyer Post of the : delightful program of instrumental -
conviction of an editor for "indirect LOPEZ '
American Legion has awarded the and vocal numbershas I' $1,888,23&79LIABILITIES
The Fort :Myers Neti s-Press believes contempt of court." contract for painting the club- been arranged by the Catholic FUNERAL HOME

in a four-squib plan-only four and no I It seems that Don M. Nixon now deceased house at United and Whitehead Daughters of America for the .E.t.Lti.Leof: 49 Year.1Cey I Capital -- ?$ 100,000.00
streets. Work will start either to- tacky party to be given in their We,!'. Oldest Surplus and Undivided Profits _._ 55.007.42I
more, or multum in parvo. trenchantly assailed the appoint- { Circulation 100.000.0
morrow or the following day. It hall on Windsor Lane tomorrow 24-Hour Ambulance Service I
I Deposits .... ,._... 1,633,228.37
ment of receiver for bank ?
a a while editinghis is the intention of legionnairesto night. Some of the best talent in Licensed E mbalmerPhnn

Writers are paid on a word basis. It newspaper alleging that the judge had I have a number of improvements Key West will be heard. I!I 135 ,"Jielt. fig*,.W 1 I $1,838,235.79raifllfTHE

would be tough on the customer if barbers "insulted" the depositors in permitting an ---- .----. .- -- -. .. - -- - - - -- ----- ---

were paid on a word bask attorney to dictate the appointment.The I

I Supreme Court did not, of

It is a mystery why the Tampa Tribune course, approve his language but it did assert -

is the only paper in Florida that the right of criticism was of "primary

ever quotes the Brunswick Pilot. importance to the public generally" and

"has a salutary effect on courts and judgesas

\' Odahoma: dairyman confidingly well." The opinion pointed out that "

advertises: "Having installed city water courts and judges are not and should not x; ,yJl aox

i o- easily increase the number of myu be, above criticism and so long as their a

, ::men,."" functions are not impeded, there is no

right to enforce a contempt proceeding. t
Wrapped in thought over a scheduled -

sermon on "Law Observance" a Michigan KEY WEST, A NEW CITYSt. j ., ; .4 s

pastor failed to observe a traffic signal

and was fined $3. ( Petersburg Independent)

Key Weft-how is our "Bermuda of Florida" -
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People find the business outlook ',-ettir.;: clon? with its rehabilitation program, under L1. .. ___ ? S

very bright when they want to borrow t the FERA? From all accounts, it is doing ,

money but very gloomy when asked to I pretty well. The FERA helped it out with a national t

contribute to something. I advertising campaign, distributing some

1 illustrated booklets! and attracting a good many 1

Every year the automobile wipes out j tourists: who might not otherwise have visited the 1 j
I w
a population equal to three times that of key city 1

Key West, and injures a population more I "Key West will probably never be as largeas I

than nine times of Miami. What price New York" predicts the Key West Citizen. 3.

speed? I Cut "as a pleasure rescrt for tired business! men I

it .does uppeal. Here i fa one field! in which Key

A promise to means nothing to a \Vert can and should be supreme."
pay I I 2'J.Raw-Vale..Dodl ......47W
deadbeat. Key West has its share and The FERA workers are preparing other appeals .

this: includes some merchants, who probably .toe-v. Administrator.,Jylius Stone lists some
**/t ***ja *ifc. .
learned dodging debts from some of of the acblfftment.... ,of tile"-pa "? Lt CffirfflM"
their customers. A vicious circle. "We have cfeane'n ciijr.C:t ine yig 50-. : l
We !<:
000 cubic yards of trash" ;}idye'.cf ear 4,.
: .
The coming of the dawn used to be cleaned! sonic 200 vacant lots and 7,ahe" ;".;" tayde' a r.- ; .. ... ._ 'I

the signal for people to get up and go .to dozen parks. We have carried on a campafprjp. ..p-: : A ) : ; :
work, now frequently it is the *' 'sign to demolition'and! renovation to make homes of relief .7/
come home and go to bed. That's the idea clients habitable. We have cleaned the harbor 1

the CCC workers had when they demurredat making it a place of beauty. We have J j

the rule to retire at 11 o'clock. started construction the overseas highway which :

in time will make possible an auto trip from Mi : 4

Everybody works, including father ami to Key West without the need of ferries. WONDER 175 style and value experts the Dodge "Red Ram" engine. It's silky I

at Key West these days. It's part of what "We have rehabilitated houses for tourists. 'l( t NO guessed too high when asked to essmooth.,with traditional Dodge dependability.

Assistant i Chief Reliefist Baker recently In the field of recreation, we have started a ao"co"coaPIW! timate the price of the New-Value Dodge Develops 85 miles an hour and up! Built.to. ..'-I

do cribed as NRA's most interesting community bicycle club, a hiking unit, a municipal band a "D""S, for 1935! last to save money, no matter how fast you

experiment-this FERA rescue of girls' orchestra and an official marimba band. We "un' stREEt Never before has any car so low priced drive. A saving of 15l to 20l on every dollar

an entire city. There isn't enough relief have cleared blocks of beach property for the 210 DUVAL been so smartly designed so sturdily built you spend for gas is now possible-with

money to finance all the activities under comfort and convenience of the tourist. for so 'luxurious . with 95 basic advancements even more astonishing oil economy!

at Key West the natives were invited "A Key West hospitality erect peeler for new comfort new new
way so league was organ- ed D economy See also the brilliant new Plymouth . .

some months ago to volunteer a ized for the purpose of looking after the comfort No. ppont L"MOUtK high-speed with safety. finest Plymouth ever built . that eta-a ;

definite number of hours per week with- I: and well being of the tourists. Native plants and P And wait till you drive this new Dodge. new pace in.the)lowest price field.

out pay. Here's how one phase of i it and fruits have been planted in profusion. A run- DODGE --- Steering, shifting, operating the':clutch and_ The'Dodge 'line of commercial cars:: and

works: Four physicians put in their volunteer down golf course has been put into excellent con- ----- brattng... the brakes have been simplified, made easy trucks will also hold surprising interest for .

hours preparing bulletins on preventive dition. At this golf course, incidentally, one atmoth, and effortless. Engineers call it "Synchrobusiness men., For they are now priced
sign fc-SS2 J
medicine-how to starts his at the Atlantic Ocean 1 .. PlytnOU
cure a common game and finishesat -w s matic ControL" with America's .
lowest world
t The ,. yse -yet embody, a t
cold how to recognize attack of the Gull of Mexico. We have { '
an dengue
practically com- fitment "
oldtntrw appP new_Vela a With the new Airglide Ride Dodge hasa of high-priced. .truck.. features h..at'.mean. *O0 t
fever, etc. Volunteer typists and mjmeo- pleted a tropical air, marine which
open aquarium 5
p11ect sensatio 175 e1pe steadiness and roadability never before much to dependability long. life. and.,Jow. i
graphists run off several thousands of mil be unique because it will be the only one of in -the flint made U---- "er. U1 '
Co me new pace even approached by other motor cars. It operating cost. -i
these bulletins and other volunteers carry its kind in the United States." Dig i
\935 See An1enouth. __"over keeps on an even keel at all times... Hugs the Come to us for officially authorized ;
them from house to house delivering brief When- Administrator Stone took over Key wron" field- d !
gu essowestF ti ,a11yinvne andt.rucks road. Skims smoothly over. rough roads. Dodge and Plymouth service. We are I It.b
talks on health. Several hundred volun West he faced three- courses, and no more--he e 1 pec l
eSStnet' cotntner Takes sharp curve with safety even at
especially equipped to serve your needs
teers thus participate in community re could feed the inhabitants on a simple dole, he u ......-A 'C ltne O t pOce5tbegreat. ,
rica'aloweS hizh speeds. -pr+oalplly, efficiently and our charges !
habilitation. FERA's medical relief bilk could move them to some other city or he could at An'e r J
I ...noW 'The! New-Value Dodge is powered with are reasonable. 1 i t
are reduced Washington is so impressed bring In a new industry He chose to do the lat- f

with the community's activity in ter. It cost money, too, but it had the advantage !! :i iI i

aiding its comeback that Reliefist Baker of attraeing additional money. Time will tell, but DODGE SIX PLYMOUTH DODGE. COMMERCIAL CARS and TRUCKS

hints at increasing the Key West federal! where is there a man wise enough to say that the I 645* to $760 S565* to S685* S385- and vp 949O* sad up

grant.-Miami Daily News. job could have been done better *All prices f.o. ft.factory Detroit end subject to change without nobc*. Time payments to 6t your 6 dAel. Ak for the etficitl Chrr.l-tlotorm Commercial Credit Ptma..

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JANUARY 25, 1935.

..... *< .... ........................ Constructed of steel tubing

( .I Today's Horoscope molded to shape with a blow-
CLASSIFIED torch, a 700-pound streamlined
........................ automobile has been produced at

COLUMN I A strong will! and a commanding Pasadena, Calif.

VICTOR BRIDGES SPORTS disposition is indicated although!

1 a..........a a a a a a..a..a.1. the moral nature is not equally* I Fish Birds and Deer Heads

STXOP I3: bony 0-BrttH out stepped out trom a room on the left BICYCLESWE strong. Therefore do not dally with" Mounted
Xirfc" Trench just hair escaped of the passage and stood there I I II CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST
death at ft* ]hand at the pleasant things of life but tn-t
JVfrr rirlotT Orl ff i* .:1.1E framed In the doorway-a white- RENT by the Hour, Day or joy them only in the leisure mo'
the raluaM' formula tckifk kthfen faced tragic figure. The front of I
iMru from MoUy.-o art j Week. Repair all makes and Fine Work-R ._. >I. Price.
ments. There will be
probably suc-
Holly and Nick, with the help ./ her cotton dress was smeared with them with Nu-Enamel. We
-- ---- paint
Jerry JJordatmt sad th. bOIJI... 801 FLEMING STREET
blood.It in business depending
I cess upon
r full of parts.
my For. Jerry. the tanner tell kie.Ills tcith tchomthe thatftntrOaitd. was Jerry who was the first to 1 I!DOUBLEHEADER "1t I IBILUARD GAMES BASKETBALL AT carry Agent a for the Rollfast Bicycles the amount of will exerted. Key West. Florid
murdered .1011. Otbome, the cpeak. "These are two friends of ; -
_all vho first stole the formula mine." he said "Miss O'Brien and and sell them as low as $1.00 1 ___ __ __ .
boarded just hat shot htmtflf,ami ] --
I J. L. Stowers Music!
that hf UlifKt the formers wife Mr. Nicholas Trench. May we come: SCHOOL TONIGHT per week.
ra5 idlve l their. mvitcm for them. InsiderAt HERESUNDAY HERE NIGHT1HIGH Company. janl8-lmo
Ttirt efart t the farmhOHM. I
the mention of my name Mrs. -
Gowlland's whole body suddenly I WANTED Have installed
Chapter 43 you your--
SINISTER FARM on mine In a large. searching stare t WANTED-Loose leaf typist
:4"single Ale,on account of the aar and then nodding her head silently FIRST CAME; STARS AND I BY UBIETA IN FIRST t j II BE SEEN IN Must have own machine with
I she moved back Into the passage. i extension carriage. Work three General Electric M
of the path headed CONTEST
rowness w CONTEST
The room into which Jerry led I days a week. Apply to Judge
for the dark line of straggling iu looked .out on the tack of. the I Hugh Gunn, county court house.
1uub which marked the site of house. It was a long da .1011"- jan23-St
the lane. A yard or two from our celllnged apartment; such daylight There will be a doubleheader of In the billiard tournament last Key West High School will take.! I Lilt-top
goal. Jerry who was a short distance AS ailll remained being Almost obscured I tonight
baseball played -at the Navy Field evening the first game lasted but on Lake Worth High at WANTED-A chance to bid on "
Jn front pulled up and waited by a thick: shrubbery which order. The I '.
for us."Ill. grew up; within a few feet of the Sunday afternoon. In the first! 11 innings. The final score was the school gym in quest of their I your next printing Refrigerator? ..

go first and have a scout windows.At game the Pirate will cross bats 100 to 68. High run was made by f third straight game of the season I Artman Press. aug7 r-

round."be whispered."Stop here till the farther end stood an open with the La Tropical club. This Ubieta with 16 points. The points after defeating the Homestead t II FOR SALE
1 give you the tip." stone fire-place, and In front of this
them made follows: Ubieta 50, and Re1and boys in games here
to as
'" new team promises give j were
"Better let me come too, I objected. stretched out on a black horsehair 500
sofa and covered by a blanket laya all a run for their money. They McCarthy 50; Ortega 30, Orta 38. this season. .j TYPEWRITING PAPER Only 4ra
He shook his head. "You look I stiff shapeless object. Propped up have won seven games tied two I In the second game Sanchez Despite the fact that the Lake I sheets 75c. The Artman Press.aug7 ,

after Molly-that's your Job. If you against one Bide of the hearth wasa and lost one since organizing. and Stickney defeated Valdes and Worth cagers are reputed to be t: :

hear any shooting clear off at once double-barrelled twelve-bore gun. and Esquinaldo by a score of 100 tos t the strongest team in the south- I QUILTS. Nice. Warm. Well .t>
and make for the boat. Don't The batteries will be Casa 1 ry( .
worryabout 68. In this game Sanchez stole i ern district and have defeated i I I made. Single and full bed ,... -
GOWLLAXD, who had fol $ .
me; I can take are of myself. Carbonell for the Buccaneers: and .t
MRS. the by everything in sight so far the I eite. Reasonable. 1118 Olivia
." us into the room and I the show. lie opened game ,' .
Salinero and Joe Navarro for the and I local confident of victory jan 4-2tx
Without pausing for any further closed the door behind her came up running 20 straight points boys are I street.
expostulation he crept forward to- slowly to where I was standing. Beer boys. This game will start closed the game by running 181 and are in excellent shape,'! 1
promptly at 1:30 p. m. that was needed. He also ran 1 states Coach Huddleston. ': OLD PAPERS_FOR SALE-Two SF W ""SI:;
and Lake Worth will bring with her, bun4lea. .b 1'he Citizen OJfic -
extra 15 for good; measure tf ,
In the second contest the Aee- '! ri" a > t.act\ out of the 100. several good men, their captain :
scored 84 points
A< vede Stars wil play the Sluggers, 2 qti.mitt! 2 S .cream
will also be Points scored; Valdes 30, Es being a candidate for the all dis- I dox. etas 1 r.. bus terl
and this a good PAPER. 500!
this \I I ?Pr: cheese 2 not trait
I one. It will be understood by the quinaldo 38; Sanchez 84. trict team year.Tonight's sheetS $1.25. 'The Artman j 1 jUice 1 bottle catsup
contest will withouta down 1 Louie rherrio 2: lb .
managers of the clubs: that no player ney 16.Ruth. ', ''Press;,Citizen.'Building. ,' I.. bicuo.Slbs.roaitslhed!
l' of
be the hottest contest ;
doubt .
I l2tti.ce 1 bra cucumber
will be allowed to play twice I jun27tf
or on two clubs. The club that is I Shirley Brown of Seattle''the season. The line-up Is as fol-: pats one in your celery 2 lbs. tomatoes 2 rape fruit 1 bunch. 2

not out there complete with all its I I is the national winner of the $50;,. lows: f MISCELLANEOUS home. lemons 1 tar salad S drcfunc dozen orangei 1 Ib.
forfeit the No cash prize awarded by the National Lake Worth Hansen f; I Iud. 2: l.ft.over 4 players will game. .
exhibitioncontests will be allowedto I I Federation of Business and'I 'Sparks f; Bell c (cap.) ; 0Neil: CASH PAID for used furniture. miners 1 qt. water tonicagwckiscer.natrays (2O

+ be played it is stated. I Professional Women's Clubs for!I g; Smith, g. 1 1013 Southard street. t ice cul.Ci-2: Ib*. ol stet

!1I I 1 i i the best poster drawing. I I Key West-Woodson, f; Smith, janl7-lmox $1.00 per month until July 1st takes
0:4 f; Rosam, c (cap.) ; Anderson, g;

PETE NEBO BACKIN i Subscribe for The Citizen. I Carbonell g.CARD. I FOR RENT .' care of the paymentDon't

; America where he fought in Bra- OF THANKS SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All .I'
ISLAND CITYPedro zil, Argentine Ecuador Peru and modern conveniences. miss the chance to have the

I then returned to New York. From Key of the Gulf Castle No. 2.j i 1 back Bathing door.and fishing Frank at Johnson your,* best of refrigeration at a
:''there, back to good ole Cayo in behalf of the Knights and La-
Nebo, better known to Hueso dies of the Order of Knights of Colonial Hotel Building. small cost.

ttte boxing world as Pete Nebo I 1! lie claims he won six fights and I;I Golden Eagle. wish to think all i jan7-tf

the Seminole Indian is back in participated in four draws one those! who took part in the mem- FURNISHED APARTMENT 5:; See us regarding this trial plan.

town after touring the countryand with the great Barney Ross in ; orial services on Sunday January ': Rooms and Bath Laundry Tubs ,

South America. :, Kansas City which the majority: 20. 1935. : Garage and Telephone. 514 '
He claims that he will be hrre : of the fans at the fight as well as I i WILLIAM T. ARCHER. 1 1 Margaret. jan12 The Key West Electric Co.
two or three months resting. lie .all the sports writers claimed Nebo:I jan25-lt Ma ter of Records.
fought in California. Kansas City :; should have won. He also lost two'I 1 \ PRINTING-Quality Printing ati I t A. F. AYALA. Sales Manager

Chicago at the world's fair, Now : by decisions and one by a KO at d:! World bankers at Basle doubt :\ the Lowest Prices. The Art-t tj .. .
kM SafAQM'irNl Yolk and then went to South i the world's :fair. :i stabilization is near. i j j man Press. aug7j i i ,

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_ ",.V5 ':ozi yea a ffSit vurcna! ," Mrs. CouMf.-.d:: whispered.V :: 1 . *

V::..- a sap In the hedg, where a You are Mr. Trench. she tai
d11::a1lct.d stile led oat *nto the tercd.: -you are the man thcy- I :
a.uddye cft trsct! rG d.I.another tbey . /.j. .
tr fifl\tm he had disappeared fromire. "I 1 was accused of killing O-.. .
I l _
: bornc.I I Interrupted "but. as you
Tor tvSiat: sic: *red to ba an later- two. It's a lie."
&.:it.:. 10 Urjs! hotly and I stood She opened her lips but rC: :aim,: I I
I 'rl' llj'rnlrrThe: nind kept up dumb and ructionlcss.
iti (:;-;nr.l iralL ant now and then "It's :jccanse of that. 1 went on
w.ellTeras: : !! slln-cd or scuffled: "ttat I'm here noI I hid nothing .
.t..': ,-":.11he roueii; grass, to do with Osborne's death, lie

Ol" to caararl a slctly-looklng came to me when he was tn trouble E m
I r }4:
T:.is>n r.csiJiwly! nicuntlns tin above and a&.:cd me to help him; I did: I Ir Ir
tic linrhrn.H : rhat: 1 could end tor the fist; three o.
I 1-st a Inw v.hhtl: reached OUTrw months my life baa been a hell on 1 I
It wen 'J'aal; : and. coving forward.: ) .'e 'ocKeve; I'ci :sullty. I II r
clinked( : ) cautiously over the broken. I came: a race nearer. "Haveu'l
stllr As; I Ml! sn. a rhar-i: later" "t I,I entered caQciently?" I demanded
'': :.taren't! I a right to ask for the
y.t I..i r"m'lp a na rldo-sly: J of my ;
In;.:-re3; saoul&r. TnthrThere /ka
Jerry, who! was lerrfais tsalisst: a I vas a tense pause broken

t.-ce a shvrt tf: tcnce along the line only by the flow ticking of the *%% ; $ -i* < & 4 'W*fc
remained: at Us post until me came ivoedeii clock above the fireplace
1 Tl-cn.ti.ltb a dry sob. Mrs. Gowllan.l
up"It's bent forward and buried her face
all: clew;, he announced In
a low voice "at least so far as I I in her hands. VMelly ,I l... t v.
can tac.Daa't male any more oo'se! came up from behind us anjPJ f. 1"" F I I
than you can help, or that blasted: : !. )ler7.arm round .the'trem bltni} fl' -.; !:J I j
,dog will probably start baiklns I woman'sshotalde(. ",Aoatry." 8ht> .;._. ,, ,,'7 f ,4- Ii. .) '1lq; 'J

said gently. -'e want to'help you ,. ; I .1' r. \
TIE led c the may round the corner.' if we can; we want to be your A secfim the p u '1
,of department
1 and following him In the same friends.";"* I ) /"J ) !: : .

order as before we came out oppo- I pulle'a forv.arda a chair and. sink- I where Chesterfield tobaccos Y a "-, ust :wliat IS meant

sat the entrance: to the farnijanlTne iu; down into it. the otber crouched "l,. !fort blended cross-blended. ... .
there for her face still
rate; r.as unlatched rnJ an on I a moment
canny: stillness\ brooded over the hidden.:
uclected out-buildings. "I've done you a great wrong:" by cross-blending tobaccos. and
The farmhouse Itself was Invisible she whispered. "Please-please forgive .
from the road. and It was not me. sir. I ought to hare told
until "e were nearly halfway the truth long ago. I would have _
only-only I didn't dare." how does it make milder
across; the yard that Its uoly slated a cigarette .
roof and grey weather-beaten walls With a sudden shiver she lifted
suddenly came in sight.It her bead "It was my husband who
stood back a little to our left killed him." she said slowly.
behind! a narrow strip of garden, \Ve none of us moved or spoke.In I and taste better. '
and. passing through a second gate the silence it seemed ta me thatI .
o Jerry guided us along a rough could almost hear the beating of _
laurel.bordered path which ran up my own heart.
to what was apparently the front "lie killed him because Osborne Well in take
entrance.As had loved me"-her voice was almost : : ( blending you two or more -.

we approached. I saw that the inaudible-"because!! we had
door was wide open. loved each other." tobaccos and mix them together-a rather simple

We all three came to a halt outside (Copyright mj. Penn rlt. Mg co.)
and at the same instant Mrs Tomorrow. th. group searches , :. process. But cross-blending goes a step further. ..
Co*Hand made her appearance.She Gowflan
- - - - ---- - : making Chesterfields we take and the right kinds of aromatic Tutlush.e .

........................1' MIRROR IN
e Bright ,tobacco from Virginia. theThen, instead of just'mixing the tobaccos
Today In History !
I I OAKLAND. C.-In her suil t t Carolinas, Georgia and Florida. We together we blend and crossblend -
.... ......... ,
........ .1.1I[ for divorce Mrs. Frances J. Egan
I ; take Barley tobacco from Kentucky and them so that all the different
1787-"Shay's Rebellion" culminated ;;, of this city charged! her husband t

in unsuccessful attemptto 1 with monopolizing the mirror. ., Tennessee, and tobacco from Southern flavors go together Into one full flavor

capture arsenal at Springfield,i I i I II 1 1n & ath-! T \ J Maryland. -the Chesterfield taste that so many
Mass. I t Canada and Italy next in tariff:
I \Hf 1 Then in addition to these homesmokers like.Crossblending.
: treaty negotiation
1823;-Opening of Rensselaer,l .:1 MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY J: grown tobaccos we take tobacco grown tobaccos as if is done

Polytechnic Institute. Troy N. Y.,Graham Bell telephone's inventor UJCREZ14 LILY L DO: in Turkey and Greece. in Chesterfields gives the cigarette a
ttDS m.h'f1u
i R
-first American en;r.erini; rotl BOBIrows 40nECE asxa. We balance these mild, ripe homepklUing taste and 41"fma-tky''n

l lege. 1033-Glass banking reform'I KOSTCLANZTZ ORCHESTRA *an cacms grown tobaccos with the right amounts mild and yet They Satisfy.FRIDAY .

- bill passed by U. S. Senate. 9 P.M. (E. S.-COLUMBIA NETWORK .

1915 Transcontinental telephone ., . .
between New York and San 1934-Police capture Dillingei r .i'. ... .-: ,
Francisco opened by Alexander J at Tuczon, Ariz. eU3'.l.IGGaTAJbusTOa.ACCDCQ.: ..... 'A ...;..... .'.,_..... .'...... ,_ ./.'...' J "':
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SOCIETY ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings PERSONAL MENTION SPECIAL PRICES MORE BARGAINSAT I since Although birth, he Raymond has been Meyers armless of

:-: : : Vintage, Pa., can play a piano,
........................ ONATKANTOR'S HUB STORE guitar, trombone and harmonica.

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend M. M. Alexander, regular twicea -
visitor to Key West for the
'PHONE 752-J Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Nationaland past year 35 years, left yesterday for Kantor's Inventory Special on January Clearance Sale now

................................................a International Problems InseparableFrom Miami after two days on business. men's high quality merchandise going on in full swing at The Hub I KANTOR'SInventory

Local Welfare have attracted a large number of Store will close on Thursday,I
Key West Garden Club Holds Mrs. Jack Maloney, who was people
to this store during the January 31, it was definitely an-
.-------------------.- spending! a while with relatives, II
Interesting Session YesterdayThe I Ask a dozen economists this tivities. This leaves a deficit of I left by plane yesterday afternoonfor past week. nounced today by William Men-I tl,,
I Miami to join Mr. Maloney and Today this store announces that dell, manager of the store. :
question: "How great a debt can 4012000000. ,
son, Jack. Jr., who left 'Wednes- reductions will continue' to 'pre I TheJ: ls+jt,, Bi'x't.fars.of thesale
Key West Garden Club Gekeler, and this, under her able the federal credit stand?" The As a result, total expendituresfor I Specials
day by rail.R. vail on men's suits. Finest quality :
1 will :
met yesterday morning at the : direction, can be depended upon chances that will "regular" and "extraordin bring bigger bargains than ;
are you get a worsteds, serges, flannels, etc., t
Woman's Clubhouse on Division to enhance the general effectiveness ary" budgets will be ever'it'ts, -ahown'in an advertisement '
dozen different and I
opposed answers $7,884,000'-1 in the latest included in EXCLUSIVE FOR MEN
I styles
street where matters of import-I!i of the show. 000, a drop of $ L. Bow, construction engineer are in this issue where are listed I .
ance, mostly pertaining The tea itself planned and Not so financial 1935. Total receipts from all:I on the bridge project at the three groups reduced. I numerous" bargains in'''the menY,
many years ago SUITS-I
scheduled Flower Show, were dis-:''supervised by Mrs. William II. authorities forecast sources will be $3,992,000,000 arise I Matecumbe, arrived yesterday I department. of. the store. ,
fearfully af $280,000,000 from the i j I morning and left in the afternoon. BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING!I All Wool
cussed. Mlalone. president of the Garden preceding -I 3-Piece Wor-
I I that the national debt would soon WORKS. 514 MARGARET :ST.!!
This show will be one of the Club is a foregone success. All reach the $10,000,000,000 mark t fiscal year. The total net I Ii I I '! PHONE 152M. dec20\ ? _: : ! steds, Flannels, in Grey,
highlights of the winter social are fully aware of Mrs. Malone's I said that this would mean the be-;,i deficit will thus be $3,892,000,.!j I Ed. Sheeran, of the FE-RA forces Tan, Brown; single and

season in Key West. Capably! and ability in handling these things. ginning of a collapse in the na-:JOOO ($404,000.000 less than the]I in charge of the ferry system 1 Supreme Court upholds chain ,,11 double breasted. By-Swing
effectively arranged, in the hand' Among those attending yester tion's credit. Today the debt has,;11935 deficit) which must be added arrived yesterday for business' store tax filling stations. Ingredients of Vicks and Pinch Back Models; half
of efficient and enthusiastic mem- day's meeting were: Mrs. W. J. passed $30,000,000,000, and some'{I to UW soaring national debt, bring. conference with officials in Key I on I VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form I belted nationally advertised

bers of the Garden Club there is Phelan treasurer of the club;! authorities believe that it will ' no reason why it should not prove l\l\ 's. Andrew Miller reach $50,000,000,000 before'I'000 I mark. COLDSFEVER VICKS COUGH DROPPALACE values

an event of importance. ing secretary; :Mrs. correspond'j many more years have passed. Yet:,r" There is the budget situation in,} Mr. and Mrs\ J. W. Hattrick 6 666 6 6 Inventory $12.45

Townspeople will cooperate in lor, secretary; Mrs. 0 little fear is now expressed as to I|I'I a nut shell. Great as the deficit I.who were visiting in Independence, and special .._............._
this civic affair by submitting' :Mrs. Frederick Kirtland, Mrs. solvency of our government. ,|, is, the president and many fi- Missouri, with their soninlawand
specimens of their choicest plants Vining Harris. :Mrs. O. Treasury officials say that $50,- ;|'nancial experts say it is "well daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Har- SUITSExtra
for display. There will be masses Mrs. Carlton B. Hurst, Mrs\ G. J'I I 000,000.000 would not be an excessive -! within the nation's resources." It old Hawley, returned yesterday.Mrs. liquid TslUts lint day Reb Russell in 1 I

of tropical flowers ferns and Goshorn, Mrs. II. C. Galey \ debt for so rich a country. I Ii Ir I remains a fact, however, that the Salve Note Dr.pi HEADACHESin l BORDER VENGEANCETwo fine quality French

palms cut flowers in profusion Clifford Hicks, Mrs. Charles The president's budget message : national debt must eventually be Albury, wife of. Major\ 30 minutes 2-ReeI Comedies Blue Oswego Serges, guar-
a veritable array of beauty. <' Falk, Mrs. William II. White,I r was predicted upon the theory paid-and that in the meantime William V. Albury, who was spending anteed fast colors, a real
Invitations are being issuer Mrs. P. D. Holloway, SIVs. Bascom' that it will be possible to achievea hundreds of millions a year must a week with relatives in Miami BIG NOVELTYDANCE Matinees 10-lSc; Night: 10-20c,I $22.50 value-

for the opening day. February Grooms, Mrs.\ Boyer, Mrs\ Arthur smaller deficit in the 1936 be spent for interest All'of this: returned l t +Pday. Inventory $16.95

the afternoon of Mrs.\ John Mrs.+ has to- be raided .. .........._.....
20th. during Tastonni Key i fiscal year than in the 1935. Federal : Honey by ,"..tI! fits r-........ ,. : special ; _
which there will be Concert Robert F. Lord Mrs. David Rice tion and the greater the P 'ii
a ; taxa'i -
Tea. A lovely musical programis ; Mrs. L,. Finder Mrs. B3. C. ,.Moreno .i unxlerla bookkeeping sort oF:'dual today''system..is' done Ones \; the greater the burden i on .j Hetty Mrs Ann TednC&1)8va'Bnd, l ftivesterday; daughter to joint,) C 41 Bi/\NI\CIt.\ , -A !1 HE- \It' II I SUITS ):1

being arranged by Mrs J. C. and Ralph Guno.I : ''si if books fakes J try-and the less money has tot ; TONIGHT. r
care'of the where!
rag- ( .
I Captain....panova m flliaim. 'j CENTRAL MARKET AH' wool 3-piece very fine
other purposes. NinetStnthirtysix Spon.a >abrlV! ;B. S. C.
--- '- :--- - budget: "Anothgf involves : he is in comma,d (fi a yacht' for makes, well tailored, to close
I emergency expenditures which, in : interest expenditures/ ; ."exampe tie t mission ff ?..,'\II'.LlL-lJ I t :t FRIQ4d// SATURDAY
Mrs. Charles Taylor HostessAt !I the'view the administration, are i } .. will, comp',to,the,neat' sum', .. winter* ar +f) .erne '1'' J.nrY.l'1'1: ni'Ju co't&iP-E! C I A E5111. out- L
$40000,000 : Inventoryspecial
of jump of ,
I $875 OOO.000. a < '
I much like lar"expens'es' and 'so paWrift{ 4f ttbre than $60, $7 95
: over the 1935'fiscal term.. a 't '! J ......,.. ., .
Port ?
Luncheon Given Yesterday I cannot be' carried oh the books j To from the economic 000,000,00001Attdutle of th :'AiiA sPE i Ham Pork Shoulders
___ I as normal spending. This systemhas get away Justices during the argument of Pork Loin j .
I aspects of the budget, one of its j the worried Ad- Received SHIRTSGood I -
led to considerable confusionof cases, frankly t Large Shipment T-Bone Steak Fresh Veal
Mrs. Charles Taylor yesterday this was by Miss Dorothy .most is the
won interesting phases
j the public which has been told, ministration officials. FLORIDA HENS Spring Lamb Calf Liver grade $1.00 value,
entertained with delightful Cleare and a guest prize to Mrs. proposed expenditure of $900-
a the that the Strictly Fresh Killed Pork
on one hand govern- Heavy Western :Steer! Beef discontinued numbers, to
bridge luncheon at her home at Perez. | ment is cutting costs while on 000,000 for national defense. If Colds That Hang On Bacon Sausages All Ingredients ,for Souse close out
the foot of Duval street in honorof I Among those present at the!' the other hand it sees the deficit Congress authorizes this expenditure i. Don't let them get started. Pork Hams Pork Shoulders Lard and Butter at50c
I I bridge luncheon were: Mrs. O. S. and taxes constantly rising. I as it probably will, 1936 will Fight them quickly. Creomulsion Picnic Hams Fresh Liver Fresh Fruits and VegetablesWE
Mrs.\ W. F. Perez of Miami. ,! I
Long. Mrs. II. K. Taylor, Mrs. witness the greatest peace-timo
Estimated receipts for the 1936 combines 7 helps in one. Power Western. and Florida Meats
Red radiance white roses and Isabel Ball, Miss\ Dorothy Cleare,'' fiscal year<< regular budget total war' expenses" in the nation's his ful but harmless. Pleasant to American and Cuban Cuts ARE OPEN ON SUNDAY
several colorful bouquets formedthe Mrs Allan B. Cleare. Jr., Mrs. tory. The President announced take. No narcotics. Your druggist Meat MORNINGS BIG CLOSEOUTON
$3,422.000,000 advance of at Price You Can Meet
decorations. Hot plate Sebastian Cabrera Jr., Mrs. A. these figures without comment- is authorized to refund your ALLSWEATERS
luncheons were served at the tab- M. Hewett Miss Florrie Ketch- $299,000,000 over 1935. Estimated -]' ,it is obvious, however, that they money on the spot if your coughor BERMUDA MARKETPhone Phone 20 805 Fleming; St.
expenses are $3,302,000,000. relieved
cold is not Creo-
les. Mrs. Isabel Ball was award..dfirst ings, Miss\ Helen Williams Mrs. 'are principally made necessary by by Free Delivery
a rise of $554,000,000. This leaves- mulsion. (adv.) 861-W. Free Delivery
bridge prize, with Mrs. U. J. Earl Julian, Mrs. A. M.\ Seaborn, an encouraging estimated surplus Japan's abrogation of the naval J 1L p Good quality in Pull-Overs,

Delgado winning second prize. Anew i i i I Mrs. Louise D'Auxier, Mrs. Eola so far as regular income and'i treaty. Two years from now, I Zippers Coats and a large selection -
sort of award termed "travel Swicegood Mrs. A. F. Ayala and spending is concerned, of $120- when the treaty expires, Japan MONROE THEATERAline -- -- -- of Lumberjackets. _
ling prize," was introduced and Mrs. U. J. Delgado. 000000. will start to build naval craft on Kibbeein -
___ a grand scale, and the United ;
The next however BABBITT
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the emergency budget. The States must keep up with her. At I Claire Trevor-Ifugh Williams in P & O.STEAMSBIP SHOESYou
Birthday Ball I I Surprise Party For administration plans to spend the present time our naval I ELINOR NORTON I

Unit To Meet Mrs. G. Detloff some $4,582,000,000 for extra strength is well below deficit our treaty will Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra know that our SHOES
limit. This
1 I ordinary purposes, as opposed to tonnage 15-20c; Night, 15-25c PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST are guaranteed solid leather;
be made for the most part, INDIES
income of which .
There will be a meeting to-: Mrs. Gertrude Detloff, a win- an $570,000,000 within the next two Effective April 27, 1933 Peters and Beacons--new
I I will come from various AAA ac- years.Business Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20 sports all white, black brown;
night at the Public Library at 8 ter visitor in Key West from i P. M.
all stock. Sole
new Spring
o'clock of the committees in' Wisconsin, was given a taste of Dance Tonight At is quiet since the holiday :: ., Lean IIaTa"a for'Key West Wednesday and .Saturdays agent for these lines-
spurt and reports are neither JANUARYCLEARANCEJAIE : JlAm M.Leave. .
West i
friendliness and hospitality
charge of the President's Birthday Key -
i Cuban Club encouraging nor discouraging. Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satur S2.45 $2.95TELEPHONE
Ball to be held next Wednes-,I,. last evening when she i Ii i I1' There have been a few small advances : days 6:30 P. M. I TO

day night January 30th, at the was tendered a surprise party at i A dance will be given tonight!'I in various lines, while ro : Ticket, Reservations pad Information at Ticket Offi.. on tie

Key West Country Club. J 1!i her apartments by the Ladies. at the Cuban Club under the aus-j industry has fallen back. Steel Deck. 'Pko. 71 I 897

All members are urged to attendin Auxiliary of the Congregational j jI i pices of the Young Boys' Social j output recently registered a gain, THE HUB ::1 i J. H. COSTAR._Agent.

order that reports from the I,I Church here.Refreshments. I Ii |I Club. with the outlook good for increased NOW IN FULL SWING : ..... ..
i of ice and Trade has been I .
I i cream Dancing by one of the city's demand. -
I j '1' Sale Closes Thursday, :
various sub-committees be turnedin i I cake were served and much I well known orchestras will begin : improving, and a late week show, : January 31 i C.lllllllli' llll'l"' '4."II.I".I.zI.l "
to Mayor Malone. !!, amusement was derived from the!!! at 9 o'clock. ed a 16 per cent advance in bank -
No effort has been spared by drawing of lots to determine on a debits outside of New York City. Men's Department : \

these workers to complete plans name for Mrs. Detloff's parrot anew I Core! /re! Casino Electric power shows a slight gain .
for this Ball which is one of the acquisition. f i, and tends steadily upward. Busi I : MEN'S SHOES

thousands that will be held I Members of the Ladies Auxiliary -;,! Dance Planned ; ness activity as a whole is getting : Made by Dr. Miles and JANUARY

throughout the country honoring present at the surprise party!!i better. others, black or brown, :
President Franklin I>. Roosevelt'' included: Mrs. James Cormack,I i j A dance Saturday January 26, : $2.95 quality for
the proceeds of which will be ex Mrs. E. R. Evans, Mrs. Grace celebrating<< the re-opening of the Big industries in company with

pended for the relief of infantile Carey, Mrs. Vernell Johnson, Mrs.,, Coral Isle Casino, sponsored: by,, government, are anxiously await- $1.97 :
paralysis sufferers. :| Julia Knowles, Mrs. Milton I I Arthur Sawyer Post American j, ing the Supreme Court's decision
I Archer. Mrs. George Archer, Mrs.'' Legion, is expected to be an enjoyable on the gold forfeiture cases which : MEN'S SHOES I PAINT SPECIALS

Rehearsing For I Milton Knowles Mrs. Welbourne' affair and from all indications -], will be handed down early in Feb- Blacks, Tans and Sports

Amateur i Adams Mrs. Augustus Pierce, will be well attended. ruary. If the court decides that $1.79 I
PlayRehearsals I Mrs. Joseph Roberts, MVs. Oscar,I Music for the affair will be holders of gold bonds and gold t
-- I Collins, Mrs.. Lily KnowleSMrs, :I furnished by-a' Miami orChestra'1 certificates must be paid on the *" '"SHIRTS';
are being held Sands Miss Marie'Rolle and 12'Cavalier basis i the old l JOOne'ent dollaj: : "S n VIN' '
every t IJcgtreoc! !;; pf. ;. :.'Made'l;? 'BloikiV excellent:: 'WILLfAM! 3. METBQ-
Friday night at 8 o'clock at the 'S n IeMC.l D1rs.Jl J-iarry Albury., here 'specially for" ''the opening as specified n'theboitds( .held' y -: Quality "jrOOTTiTuT Tit -: .---i'OLiTAN---ORIU COM2rlPu--CI- 5TER FLAT OR GLOSS
American Legion Hall under the I 1|dance. ' 'r'" , individuahi'who ,.loaned )thejr) .' .I>.IU....., !"'<"
direction of Mr. Woody for an,,. the Recreation Department or report -j '. The Coral Isle' Casino has recently : money to the. government and : t;r f. JJle 97 c. ,1' .: 2bo" \VEALTHJL }i L1s18MIT1D 2'ill:\ TE PAINT- !

amateur play to be given at Bay' to rehearsal at the time and undergone "extensive re- i many industries. Instead of. vhe: '.' .'- .J. : 'l" I T'.- 2' C" _
|!: 59.4 the 'nation'spublic .::; SHIRTS j U M C II J. Cwvn /iew Park in the near future. | place above tpcdfjed. The first pairs'by the FERA"and H 'in n-ce present k Hollar, ire' tone7kln $1.5080c

Anyone interested should call,, rehearsal will be tonight. 'I;f shape''fM.tIarici .
: qualities toclose outat ..
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"Synchromatic" Dodge as Improved Engine, New Front Suspension,Streamlined,Bodies Grand Slam Shirts .:.1 In per 5 Gallon gallon} Cans......_,....
..' : Custom tailored features-
every shirt guaranteed,

-Th-- $!i: 'i'iEverything 'ia $1.95 seller$1.47MEN'S, special SUITS .,1 ZILOA .

: Made of the finest Worsteds :, Sherwin Williams product that has become very
and Serges :.
t : well tailored; exceptionally ; for I popular in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the fact thatit '

our January sale :1 is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead

$17.97 and Zinc Paint known. A 25 lb can of this product together -

w with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for

: MEN'S SUITS : pure"absolutely _,unadulterated_ zinc and' I lead paint about
contributing co driving and riding com "Roominess and unified decorative treatment <<{ MT-i1i ) One button .'HoU.woodModel :
ton, Plus jrnchromattc; front suipenuoo sad aa the new DoJf 2-Joar S. a*. The body line show a : $2.2flTper 'gallon.' ,The: paint you get comrjajes with prepared -
mtcrannc line-up of novel mechanical futures seems pIasmc streamknft stfhouettc. furtner empba.s.4 bv die our $19.75 Suits at
; *
.to b* provided u this. 4-Jo r 7wr f SfJfm modeL rakuUy Cited wmdstueJd.clean sties and bearer tat bsca\ S13.87 paint\ costing abont'$3.5O': I :' per gallon.. -.

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<< MEN'S SUITS .. .,X .
Consisting of : C. : ; :: )
Conservatives, on sale at : .r s tT


.r { dz WHITE LINEN SUITS 2 for 15c I

: Imported linen, pre-shrunk, i
regular and: shorts at A .

. S6.97 ,

......." .... ....-- .--. :.: Men's DUNGAREESRe.1arly Royal Palm : South Florida ,Contracting & Engineering : Co.

Maay improvements are offered in the Dodg high Fresh trim ones,and a long ha of mtenorV .. Hi Phone 598 White and
Of mtenae ttterest &"* *>g innovations i htfuiAinf the Eliza Street
'compmuooRed km'engme DIM to the development '. finements and convenience an offered m this VI93S Dodge is a new front snspmnnn. The symaa'of : sold at $1.25, S
a vacuum spark eontroC the high comptcmoa cauac new Dodge Coup m which mominna. baggagecarrying :=
mcorporaua front ajtle.druihlc acting hydraulic snocfcabaorben. ,ale'at
ta knocking with ordinary fuels. facilities, speed, power and case of .leaf springs of twice he usual .Aiii a.and the stow OB "Your:home is worthy of the
The engine has larger water jackets spray-cooling of the handling are a frw of many outstandinc yiilmraAmong Dadp 'Inelatoresbawt opu.fIDC robber str ra
valve mien,,air-cooled generator,automatic choke mechanical features an the new Dodge and controlling the apnng acoon. 95c
automatic vacuum spark control automatic carburetor "synchromatic front stwpenaon. syochzoalmt =.' Th sew suspension termed ( s _tit, best"t
Lit canto?. Ibenaonat water circuit OCA control oil filter. *- ", patented floating power engine another forward step m ndmg comfart aehdromatk' .j .I'.i.i.l'.I'I'. ;: !
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