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 1, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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System ID: UF00048666:00392
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For Associated Best 55 Interests* Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day to West Wire the :. b e l{tp West t (Citizeni t .:.' most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather an average has in the the

range of only 14* Fahrenheit i

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Nazis Ready To Rule Saar; WALTER MURPHY, REHABILITATION -('Woman's Bloc' In New CongressI


-France- Resigned.1- To Loss r HERE VON YACHT, VISITING SOLONSENATOR Now Seen As Big Aid To Social


Rich Coal Veins Not VISITORS RETURN MAGNIFICENT FLOATING PALACE NI H \1 f x : LA FOLLETTE. WHO Security Legislative Proposals

Worth War 1 Is Paris' .BERTHED YESTERDAYAT -- .-. ----



AND MRS. BATTLE of the most beautiful and Ii"Wy .f Dealing With
) am very much impressedwith I SET AT $1,000
which beenin
JOHN LLOYD palatial yachts have E
By . I WERE QUITE SUCCESS.FUL port for some months is the e the rehabilitation programin Social Welfare MattersBy
(lly Arrselaled Prera Key West and am satisfied the
all steel
auxiliary barkentine
PARIS. Jan. 1.-War clouds IN LANDING MANY
Florida Emergency Relief DEFENDANT BROUGHT BE.
I I Intrepid which arrived several Administration -

have lifted from over the Saar I FINE SPECIMENS days ago and yesterday came up i is doing a great work." FORE JUSTICE OF PEACE BESS FURMAN

sad France i.i reconciled to losing' J to the Porter dock for oil, water This was the reply made to The illy A__lalr4 rrm..

and supplies.A Citizen by United States Senator CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTTO WASHINGTON, Jan. 1.-lathe
her chance to win the richest coal Lieutenant B. B. Battle and t picture of this magnificentvessel Robert La Follette when asked
ROB LOCAL CAFEIVillianr new congress, widely heralded
basin in Europe in the plebiscite Mrs. Battle of New York, returned will be found on page four. what he thought of the entire pro-
The ship is owned by Walter P. gram. a. one of "woman interest" se.en

of January 13. yesterday afternoon from a Murphy of Chicago. Mr.\ Murphy The senator and party, consisting .
women seasoned in social welfare
PierreLaval, "tl.. conciliator" cruise of seven days in the vicinity is an engineer and inventor of of II. A. Clark. Chicago; Mr.\ Bischcl. charged with
railroad appliances and ,manufacturer and.Mrs., S. W. Muldowney, New ,attempting to rob a cafe on Du will press Iheir,.yicwl'on "social
changed t French security"
when heitook:over I the foreign with Captain Albert Atwell. of the board of the Standard }liart,:.Chicago, had been given an :| December U. was given a hearing

Equipment Companrt.anda;. intimate insight into the work of '; yesterday afternoon in the court Never before.has. there been a
ministry ..fter..Lo.iaIlartIaOIL'WAI '- Tarpon was the objective butthe the, of Justice! of the. Peace Frank. O. !
dent of the Union Metal i Products FEBA accomplishments and national program, so in, line with A

assassinated >with. Kin*Alexander few that.were seen were hook Company.He plans for; the future. ,J! Roberts. 1 the old, utfrage..arguments of 4
t. After the evidence I
shy or well! fed says the captain. is a member-'of number eBOATSANDALSO During short interview before was all in '
of Yufoataviar .Marseille. 'Bar ; the committing magistrate ordered why women should take part in
While a number of jack, of clubs in various cities in the leaving yesterday for the north,
' grouper United States and Fellow the the senator the prisoner remanded and his politics. With old-age insurance,
thou took IlL "strong" land to- I of told briefly of his
and barracuda were caught, no l I bond fixed at $1,000 for his
- visit and his ap- unemployment insurance and
Royal Society of London, an organization -, - pleasant experiences
ward Germany and offered to i tarpon were taken. of scientists. He is still i I: I in Key West and spoke in' highest e i pcarancc at the January 11 term I child welfare uppermost close cooperation -

throw .troops into the Saar, if I Returning yesterday the last leg active in business and devotes only COMMANDER AND praise of the city. The fishing I II }i of When criminal Bischel court. | is expected of the

I jof: the trip was made by the way his vacations to yachting. i|I he said, was unexcelled. In lessi was first arrested

, needed. I I i i of Caldas Channel with the expectation His Fifth YachtA PLANES TO HAVE I MRS. NORRIS TO than two hours yesterday the party i''convict' and it was from found the he Florida was a paroled t. feminine contingent.
Laval to avoid a possible clash veteran Mr. j i'caught, 14 large fish, including Seldom has a subject met such
of -a possible sailfish but yachtsman 1 prison at Raiford it was the intention unanimity feminine members -
with Germany, bo maneuvered at Murphy has owned five [barracuda and grouper. i iI i iI I among
none of these were seen. yacht LANDING PLACES After ,, of officials: to return him the "woman's bloc" for once
; VISIT KEY WEST' I getting on the train thesenator I
during the 20 '
Geneva as to get England, Italy Captain and Mrs.\ Battle arrived past years and ''! remarked on the situation !I; to the farm. seeming; certain to function as
Holland and Sweden to send : one of the few in the fraternityof On the afternoon of the day he
in '' such.
here about 10 days ago from Key West as oulined by offi- .
who has
troops there. If there i is trouble I New York in their airplane and yachtsmen remained' ., I I daIs of the FERA. and conclu.INII]([i was arrested he was sent in custody Small, soft-voiced Senator Hat-
loyal to old traditions of : SPACE AVAILABLE AT SUBMARINE ROMANCE OF COUPLE HAD 'I i, of a deputy sheriff to Miami
four neutral nations will stand between -: since that time have spent prac- yachting by retaining the sailing I (1 I by saying he was agreeably surprised S]I tie Caraway of Arkansas who
Ifor safe in Dade
all the BASE AND AT PAN. ITS !: at what had been I I keeping countyI J veils firm opinions: behind
France and Germany. : tically of fishing and type of craft. The "Intrepid" is BEGINNING IN THIS I accomplished : *
I' cruising. the realization I ([: by the local administration !i I I jail, as there was a possibility of I modest manner, is 'a champion of
League Friends Pleased of his ideas of a I j AMERICAN COMPANY LANDING CITY WHILE THEY WERE i, his being the cause of rome .
I I I officials with the funds at their I I humanitarian measures and old.I
Laval's action in remaining out, yacht, developed during his past ; trouble.
of the Saar is considered by: EXECUTIVE HEAD experiences, and was designed FIELD i ii Ii VISITORS HERE disposal. I Ii | While in the jail at Miami it age pensions.
and built to i ': i lie said, when asked if he would I i i Sixteen years of social welfare
: incorporate many : decided to him back toKey
have eased was bring
French statesmen to I
i-I I i make 3ny stops while en route I campaigns in New York state "
features of his I II
and own invention. | !: West for trial, and when
smoothed relations the with path Germany to peace. They OF RED MEN DUE The yacht is an all steel vessel i i I In addition to making a dclerm-l I Commander J. Norrs, U. S. N. :!Washington north that he to would be go direct to I.i found guilty which it is said is a politics( lie behind the one woman
''' there J' Mrs. Caroline
on n- I newcomer, O'Day.
also believe it has strengthenedthe 212 feet long over all and 152 ined bid for tourists and! travel-retired, and Mrs. Norris, are [ 2.FIRE. foregone conclusion, sentence'is toI I i That
feet on the water line with 34-' ers by train and boat Key WejstM > seh'd-I uary was one reason Mrs. RouseI -
a '
: suspended and the Monroe
League of Nations by makings I uled to arrive in Key West velt campaigned for her. She and
foot beam and displacement of now in a position to offer county authorities will be in a '
it the machinery for this peacefulmove. ; )position
15 and will remain the President's wife have the
uary same
850 tons. The three and aviators facility
huge masts every DAMAGES I to demand his arrest in the I!
!I are constructed- hollow steel at-moderates. --.v>,1| balance of'the neaton. A i vent he H paroled l again after philosophy of.Vnaknj I ]. actual!! contact yt
Friends of the League of Nations the' andtneir
with "jJoo/"
J. ROLAND GREAT and extend 142 feet above water i I I A few weeks ago arrange.ilcJt3'were Mrs. Norris is a daughter of 1 :ieing sent back to serve his uncompleted -, problems -
cite this solution FRAME
especially I BUILDING in order to_ lend practical
1NCOHONEE WILL GIVE level. Being hollow they make possible !. completed through the navy Mr:. Carolyn Wa hburn }to.kfonl. sentence! j I 1 r
of the justifyingfo'rance's .
problem as t aid. .
ft system of ventilation departmenthereby) yachts couldbe oho I I :.,.
was a regular visitor in Key
traditional support of they!) I E I For* j Welfare:. tFlore
TALK; TORCH LIGHT PARADE which provides fresh air to all tied up at the finger piers in. West years ago and will be remembered i, j :
Geneva institution i Loss of the i parts of the yacht. There are 23.- the submarine base at the naval by many, especially;' BLAZE DISCOVERED THIS : DAILY SEAPLANE I I c y, ( rn; ('alifbrnia'srepubhcartMa
considered erious
000 square feet of canva in her station am; now aviators may lI'c'! those! Key W esters who were ..'s:, Igoru si.w arm-
enough to counteract this gain. sails and I MORNING NEAR FRANCIS 'I hearted ""wJpMfi;: bel lieruso;
six miles of llI.i.J.lt. t4
rope. i the Pan American landing field. terested in amateur theatricals.On .in-I SERVICE STARTS',
There are only 738 square miles I
Has Great Power I welfare nfcaaurcK. .c vitel"| 'lull
her visits Mrs.
of territory in the Saar and its Arthur J. Ruland Great Inco. I This company now announces i AND DIVISION STS. I well ren'embffs I* ; .
<< For power the ship has a 1,000 li >.w humanitarian
would! assemble of local
reduced storage and landing: rates'at a group ---- I I
total imputation is but 800,000.Its honee and executive head of the horsepower Winton-Diesel engine its airport. The new rate, just'I amateur performers, train them in I j I she was wartime..helper />f her
rich coal mines, however constitute \ Improved Order of Ked Men\ of capable of driving her 13 knots their and INAUGURATED TODAY BE.. late husband, Julius JkhnluaJ: It
made effective, parts stage productions ,
a prize for which Germanyand the United States will arrive in hour. There I I I are graduated ac- Apparatus of the fire of the house affair coriij
France have struggled more,!! Key West tomorrow and will I I per are two auxiliary! I j i I cording to the wing spread of themachine euch as Trial by Jury End other J ment was called out this dt'part-I TWEEN MIAMI AND I j|mittce. He luShetho military} ;-
electricity i << and arc much lower than light or comic operas and before )I yrograiii
than 1.000 years. | meet with the local lodge! at 7 :i! erettas. oll-I shortly 10 o'clock < KEY WEST j of democrat W 4 odrow Wilson,

Part Of Waterloo Stake I I o'clock tomorrow evening at the j II ton ice machine and doing all the I, in The the past I'an American port at Key'' .While here on one occasion nal from Box 331 at Francis and I and hiswidow has said she will

French history puts the Saar in hall corner of Caroline and Elizabeth heavy mechanical work of the I West was one of the first established ;, with two daughters, one of them,!t Division streets.Responding, .the fire fighting] I I back the zoeial: security and home

Charlemagne's empire. When that &tn'ct.The i'ship. All winches are run by electric by this company and was Edith was wooed and won by aj force found the : Daily seaplane service was in- !! protection measures of democrat.
of build-
was split up in 813 A. !>., the(' visitor will deliver an address I motor and the steering gearis the point of embarkation for' young naval officer. It is they who in flames. roof a ; auguretcd today between Miami Franklin D. Roosevelt.
ing Before could
territory passed into the hands of on "Americanism showing'' electrically operated. planes traveling south. Later the are now the Commander and Mrs. ; be they and Key West. Commodore planes ji j! Child.wel/ace':has a place in the

the Germans and petty princes'and what the Red: Men\ stud for in the I I| There is an electric evaporator\ major base was moved to Miami, > Norris, who will arrive in January shingles quenched had practically to be torn all out.of The the I i.will be operated every day except heart pf dark-eyed: redcheckedi

bishops with temporal power United States. Mr.\ Ruland: is rep- ; producing five gallons of distilled but the local port has been main-', 15, making their first return visit chemical i Wednesday. I i Mary T. Norton of New Jersey.In .
used after.
held it for most of the time there-I lesented as being a great orator'i water per hour from sea water. Uined and a caretaker has been' in 40 years to the scenes of ward. pumps were I| Since the service started there fact, that was what took her

after until Napoleon scooped it up according to the many :. The refrigerating plant is quite in charge. | their romance. has been a steady increase of into politics. To obtain better

into his domains.It heard him on several occasions. I elaborate. There is one large refrigerator .... _. Chief Harry that Baker expressedthe I'patronage End the offering of life for Jersey City babies she
was among territories lost to Folowing the meeting tomorrowni kept below freezing -- ---- ed' opinion kind the of fire was fireworks caus daily service, it is expected \will I first. wqnt,.)fco.the, city! :, hall Later,

Franc after the tattle'of Waterloo ht, there will be an : point with capacity fr.? 6,000 by some prove a boon to tourists. she. causedi construction.\of* a i.iaJ -

reverting back to Germany ed torch light parade OIJfa.hion-I'pounds of meat and i''th 1 a3MDJYf! r VEADHE! R ''ill,which\ ,twaj tossed to the roof.BANDSERENADES. i I : J J ternity"..bospitaj l them.'.-;} A*;. hair--

who hold it this time unlit she hall at 8 o'clock. equal capacity for fresh vegetables i ma\. ; he. hoilsocoinmitteua: con-

was!! defeated in the world war. The line:of march and fruits. flWAfl It i- l t f DEMERITfLANDS '1.\, I.jcerned? with capital city Rovcrn.J .

France wished to annex it CaYoline to Duval, to Division! The"Intrepid" has'irtniising-: I IJ J inept,. she ,sponsored.!..;an ';jold-age.

definitely again, but was oppoyU nd 1 then on .Bayview Park.bGE radius of 7,000 mil r\as the 'can !I Temperature I(I Miami'I "'_,uu....... 70 78 FOUR TUNA FISH insurance bill:. ,' ,. .

by I"r'siclt'nt1odrow Wilson at* carry -70, tons of f fttL'oiJ and :50; Highest ..... .................-_:...i.: .._80 Minnt'apolis8 32' : ,cONSULMILORD Edth| Nouree: Roger; of Miassa- ..

the Versailles peace conference.lie BOAT tons of' fresh water. he is: equipped -' Mean ................ ._..........._:_......74 New Orleans .... 60 78 u_ ; ,/Hin( chusetts, is an exponent of the

threatened to leave the conference ' TO with two gasoline launches' Lowest .....i......uo..._.m..uo....:.. OS New York .._...., 30 42 Captain Paul Demeritt. well idea that the whole relief pro.

if France persisted in her I and two 23-foot life boats whichare Normal Mean\ ....._..........__._G9 Pensacola .......... 58 66I PASSES OUT REFRESHMENTSTO known local fisherman, reports gram of the federal governmentmust

demands. WORK IN HARBOROPERATIONS kept stocked with provisions.!) Rainfall j jYesterday's j.I i Pittsburgh ...-... 34 42 catching four tuna fish :yesterday, be put on a permanent basis.
Germany Pays Twice I They are equipped with outboard Precipitation .0 Ins. St. Louis ? 20 46 CALLERS AT HOME j near Key West. The lightest She' also a friend of the unemployment -

David Lloyd George: ritbh.wartime' -- I motor and leg of mutton sail. | Normal Precipitation... 05 Ins. Fait Like City .. 20 36 LAST NIGHT weighed 12 'pounds and the .": insurance plan.
offered the Living for 15 'IhU rrroril rMtrrw :..-..our periodrntllnc San Francisco ..46 51:; viest 20 pounds. I Helps Sick Veterans
premier, << quarters provide
<< i TO BE CARRIEDON at M u."'.."... I hi.* iu.rHiac.Tomorrow's. Seattle .............. 46 43 ]
compromise that the Saar be- : guests. Rooms are finished with i While these fish are taken on Isabella Greenway of Arizona,
Almanac j j Tampa .............. C2 80 i
placed under League control for I IN NORTHWEST every modern convenience and I rome occasions, it is only rarely,I brown-eyed curly-haired. lifelong -
Sun rises ... ............ 7:13 a. m.1(Washington ...,.. 28 32 Last night Welters Cornet Band .
15 the plebiscite now to beheld furnished l in a rich classical manner .uo. that several are taken by one chum of Mrs. Roosevelt
years PASSAGE : Sun sets .m.................. 5:50 p. m. jWilliston ...__. 0 18 serenaded Cuban Consul DomingoJ. boat. Tuna considered i I made it for the impoverished
then to determine definite of all elaborate orna- :Milord at his residence, 11 are gamey possible -
i mentation. There Moon rises m.m. :3:34: a. m. and much sought after I' vet
ownership. I is a large library are by health-seeking
... ..._...._ Thompson Lane, extending. in this
Moon 3:15
sets FORECASTetlTill
with hundreds .m. p. anglers who like hard who to her home
In the meanwhile France was; of volumes, a radio, manner a token of their friendship a fight erans came state
to become proprietor of the coal] Dredge Bcnyaurd, of the United an electric driven victrola and I Tomorrow* Tides t and good wishes. to turn the cactus plants and

mines. Germany had to buy themj i States Engineers Department every conceivable provision for A. 21.\ P. M. ( 8 p. m.. Wednesday) The Cornet Band claim that! MISSING other woody: products of the

from their private owners to pas arrived in port last night and is comfort and entertainment of the : High ........._..._... 8:17 7:12 Key West and Vicinity: Partly Senor Milord has proved a great i BEACONTO desert into useful hand-mado

I berthed at the docks. ...... ...... 1:38 12:36 articles. On her knowledge
them over to the French state and railway guests. Every effort was made in Low .muo and' loyal friend to them and wish- j personal

was pledged to pay France for The dredge comes to carry on building the ship to make her Barometer at 8 a. in., today: r !1" = l lyY+ him a. happy aad prosperous I BE REPLACEDThe of veterans' cases she based

them if the plebuXts' returnedthe I operations in the harbor remov sturdy safe and seaworthy. Sheis Sea level, 30.0G. / 11 11I Year through their spokes her vote for the bonus.

district to Berlin's jurisdiction ing silt and fill from the North- rated by Lloyds as Class lOO'-Al, I, : .. ., . It'd Ed. Thompson. As owner of coal mines which
west and is Lowest Highest ; t.\ United States Lighthouse! had be closed and
passage, expected to the highest'that'can be given. t.i Sengr.Milordresponded,, ) with a to as rep-
A league governing commission i I start operations tomorrow.One I' Has Latest Wireless Station Last Night Yesterday i I f = 1 \ ; I I speech in which he wished each Department announces that St. resentative of an Indiana bituminous -

of five men has ruled the territory of the most powerful of the The wireless equipment is off f Abilene _.*._... 32 54 . \4i and in the Petersburg Fla. harbor, BeaconNo. i district, enterprising Representative
one city a Happy
since Lloyd George's plan,, suction dredges of the engineers i the latest design and is capable off i Atlanta ......_.... 34 40 !JJ New every Year and his 2. which was reported missingon Virginia E. Jenckes

was put into force. It i is headed i department. the vessel is expected I keeping in constant communica' Boston .'........_.. 26 30 J IF A\t preciation ,of their expressed attention. ap-lie December 28. will be replaced came to close grips with ,the un-

now by G. G. Knox, English diplomat -!i to do! the work which is scheduled' tion with all parts of the world | Buffalo ..._....._ 28 40 .'s. I';'- \ further .treated the.m. as well as as i <'n as practicable.e..e.e..e.r.. 1 employment problem. She has

and includes one Frenchman in a much shorter time than was I by the ue of short wave trans- Charleston ........ -40 48 Jil\\ ",, the general public congregated to ......... I gone personally into the mining;

a Saarite.. a Finn and a'i occupied by the Dredge Absecon, mission. The yacht was built by' Chicago ........._.. 4 34 Cooler 'Partly Cloudy serenade him, with beer; suft towns to aid in welfare work and
Yugoslav. I the last vessel which was assigned: I Lawley, of Boston and launched j I Denver .............. 26 40 drinks and WHERE TO CO '1 has made a strong effort,to place

1 i\ to this work, it is faid.NOTICE II January 1930. She carries aI Detroit ......._...._ 30 36 cloudy tonight; and Wednesday; sandwiches. ................ ...... unemployed miners in other. suit.

crew of 30 men. I Galveston __ 54 72 cooler Wednesday; moderate! r TONIGHT .l able jobs.

MONROE THEATERGloria I!i John F. Devlin master of the I Havana _......_ 64 northerly winds possibly. fresh at DANCETonight :Monroe-"Music in the Air." When Mrs. Jenekes wired Mrs.

Doles- i j i 1' ship, is a veteran seaman of 25 Huron ....__ 2 10 times. Palace-"We Live Again. O'Day congratulating: her on her
Swanson-John All members of Tiger Tail Tribe;'!I years experience, a naval reserves I Jacksonville .-' 54 GO Jacksonville to Florida Straits: From 10 Till 1 I Raul's Club-Dance. election, she expressed the !hope

Douglas Montgomery in No. 19, I. 0. R. 1%!., and Poca- officer with the rank of lieutenant >Kansas City 18 34 Moderate northwest or north RAUL'S CLUB that the entire group of women

MUSIC IN THE AIR P hontas are urged to be at the hall j 1 I I commander. Formerly he was mas-,KEY WEST .__ 68 80 winds and generally fair weather Bob's Orchestra TOMORROWMonroe might work together to advance:

7:00: m. Wednesday January 2. ter of of the round the world Little Rock 36 50 tonight and .
Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra I p. one Wednesday I''I SPECIAL FAN DANCE ACT ] -"By Your Leave" and "President Roosevelt's great plans
15-20c Night 15-25c F. O. ROBERTS. !I Dollar Line ships and more, re-I Los Angeles 50 68 East Gulf: Moderate to fresh Admission _... 75e Each Music in the Air." for the social rehabilitation of
""- ; J I janl-2t Chief Of Records. I (Continued on Page Four) Louisville __ 34 48 northerly winds. Palace-"Thunder Over Texas."j stricken people."





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GREETINGS FOR 1935 ........................: !
tf iup (KDcsxttt CUs'Vub I i[ elimination of all knocking:, and
KEY WEST IN Today In History with an increase of 30'Tt in potential

TIM: ('li'IZCi't'111.19111G t Dalljr Except Sunday CO.. fly INC.I. The Citizen. takes advantage of this DAYS GONE BY I I.....S.SS....*.......Q.. Anniversaries I i ii ETHYL GASOLINE i ower.

I..thTM.t\ '.We.t. to wish for the of West 1752 the adoption the i
season people Key I -By of. t "For the first time, in Aerotyp
Prom The Citizen Building Happening Here Just 10 Years I II I'< new-style calendar New YearI ................3.C_ =O. i :
Corner Greene and Ann.Streets and Monroe County a new year of greater i i NOW\ ANNOUNCED e Crown Ethyl a true aviation gasoline
Ago Today At Taken From i i changed from March 25th to January 1735-(200( Paul
I years ago) has been converted into auto
happiness. The File Of The Citizen .: 1st in Britain and her
I Revere, patriot of the Revolution
'-i.lv Dally: Newspaper In Key Vest and Monroe mobile .
I II I i colonies. use."ire !
County. The know is used immortalized in Longfellow's I I
expression, we ,
.I i STANDARD OIL CO. INTRO. standard Oil Company is
i "Midnight Ride who
I played a
Iyered at Kf' Wat, J.1orlda, an second class matter The Three Way Committee information
> carelessly every year but it very often con- .I booth at the local railway ; 1833:)-((100 years ago: ) U. S.I I bigger part in the life <>:' the coun- I DUCES LAST WORD IN MO- proud to offer, with its best wishes .
FIKTt-MXTH b i\ll entered without : I for the New Year a new pro-
with his
I government year try : foundry, born in Bos.I -
sentiment towards station It
genuine peoplein was opened today.
veys a "
Mrnhrr .f the A,, x-UlrJ l'rr''. I is believed that operation of the : a single cent of public debt out I: ton. Died there. May 10. 181S.I TOR FUEL IN ANNOUNCE., duct-Aerotjpe Crown E hrl.
. general. It is in our hearts to see our standing. I _
e Aasociattd I'reta IB exclusively entitled to uu
booth will be the means of (causing I I 1735 John MENT BY ITS PRESIDENT I
.r rfpLbhcatlon >f all news dispatches credited U 1 I -- | Lamb gallant officer Subscribe for The Citizen.
it or not otherwise credited In this paper and alt people prosper in material,as well as cultural -. hundreds: of tourists to stop in i in the Revolution, collector
I&lit> local news .uLlhtb..d here. Key West!' during the winter sea' i 18lj3-Lincoln's Emancipation I -
growths and this hope is i common to !1 Proclamation, freeing about 3- fcf the ]port of New York who diedruined I -
son. Last winter the booth provedits
M lli'Itll"I'10\ IttTKI! I' and broken-hearted because .
One Year __.... ........... .... ......_......__.__|1000 worth times Many 000,000, in effect.1913Act ;I Announcement% made- today! {i
IJt Months _ _.. ... _____ 1i.1I1 most of our fellowcitizens.And many !\ of the embezzlement o/ another that there is available at all !
.d" d - --- now
Three Months .:-__.........__..._______ %.U I i tourists on their way to Havana I }!I born in New York. Died
tine Month ___..._...-__..-.___. .,' so, because very often The Citi- i and from the Cuban capital who I of Congress enacting Standard Oil Company dealers' and&emce TYPEWRITINGPAPER I
'Yerkly' ..._.._._.........--._--.......-.- -- ::!F l'arc'i-1 Post in effect. i I I May 31. 1800.
zen has spoken for the entire community, did not intend to stop in Key West, / i: ---- I station;;;, Aerotype Crown
All* l.llllMNti: ItATI:!IMa.le received information at the booth I I 17-15: -Anthony Wajne, ")tad I I
I think it Ethyl the last word in motor
we appropriate, on your own part, of I
known on app11eatlon.iP1a'IA1 :| 1918
; -Germany I "
and the result was that theystopped Anthony, because of his reckless I
:OTICK: and for Lithu- l gasoline.; ;;; This is a new gasoline
thousands of men and women here for time and Russia: Poland, Kfethomn, daring, popular general of the
All reaj'ntc; notices curds of thanks, resolutions ctr ) some 'I I ''
notices, tie. will a.e charged for at hereabouts to the 'I l ania and Courland.The I'Revolution: commander-in-chief in 1a great improvement on the well
<>i>.ct. :1e rate of 10 cents a line. of the and fishing and resultedin 171'J; when he ended the Indianof known Crown Ethyl gasoline, ..mt. 75c
vrblcnL New Year.
Notices for entertainments by churches from greetings ships are to remain in port I ,
revenue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. bringing many visitors. terror:: in the Northwest born. will be sold at the regular EthylPrice.
The Culxn is an open forum end Invites dIscus. The year 1935 will be about what I i until January 9 and it is! expected .
Died 15
in Chester Co., Pa. Dec. ,
Don of public issues and sab jet ?f local or *enera* 'Or 'On. ., t 1 that there will be a few matches! !
it .r.t but it will not publish u nymous communl4Ld I hey West people make it, 'both for themselves Another large crowd of touri harrivt 17'Jfi. In his announcement of the introduction I Package of 500 Sheet
...... arranged before that data I ______ of Aerotype Crown
individually and for the community.It from the north this morning I
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E. Smith of
is worth while 1 While many of them proceeded 1 Editorial:: Comment There i is GOOD QUALITY BOND
to aspire to better things I[ : :1Peculiar born. Died May 22: , the Standard Oil Company at t
I to Havana a large number stayed t
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST to work for disease prevalent in Mi- 1849.! : Louisville writes
improvement and to hope that in Key West. With the passing!'! called :[ : : PAPER.
aiii tt the present! time
ADVOCATED BY TilE CITIZEN future years will find life better and of every day the prediction in the! "'oun"-i ('h. On its account several ; -I 1788-Etienne Cabot French I "Through our thousands; of
dealers and service stations in this ,
brighter for human beings that follow early part of the !season! was that tourists from that city have Utopian, who came to this coun- : state, offering THEARTMAN -
we are AerotjpeCrown
travel to and, through Key West
after us. acme to Key West.: I try at age of f.O to establish! a the last word
1. Water and sewerage Kthjl. very
would be twice this
as great
yearas communistic home here, born.{I in t PRESS
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- last. I; elected officers of . jrasolmc. _
[ Recently Died in St. Louis Nov. R, 185fi.1ROO "h will I. I 1
u uc SOKI ai the regularEthyl
land. CONFUSION OF CODES f j Agramonte, Key of the Gulf and Crown Eth1lia
The opening dance at the Cava San Carlos Castles Knights of the -CoiKtantin Hering. Phil.;, price. Citizen Bldg.PHONE .
3., Free Port. ;<;* been perfected for the express -J
-f i Marina\ last night was,by far the Gulden Eagle, will he publicly in- adf Iphia homeopathic physician,]
I There is of food for purpose of starting morequid.lr.
4. Hotels and Apartments. plenty thought lm-
most delightful New Year's ftallc-cj next Tuesday: evening at '6undeof hpmeopathie schools j 51
5. Bathing Pavilion! '. _[rf| : the report of the National Planning' Board, ncr dance given in the spacious.. the lodge hall, Fleming; and (Jnn-: and.(Colleges; born in Saxony. Died(\ more rapidly, warming vaporizing up the motor more' :

G,. Aquarium, appointed by President Roosevelt himself, l ball room of the hostelry. There nell streets.' Thomas R! Kobe-its Jufy' 2.1: 1880. i completely, and with the absolute!! 1 k-- -:
f. i were 215 reservations made by deputy chief will be the
.. :" Airports' =Lahd I an'. which has made a comprehensive, surveyof supreme '. !1 ______ __. _______--- -.'_--- .:
1 : citizen and practically all the of.. Installing' officer. 1829 Toromaso Salvini worldfamou ---- -
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8. Consolidation!' of County and City general the country. facers from the British warships, Italian tragic actor born. 'i I. .

Governments. The board points out many defects in the naval station and army baratks: Mr. and Mr. John C. Park announce Died. Dee. :31. 1913.} :: : AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE :
attended. I the of their
engagement i
operation of various agencies ,I I. 5
recovery daughter. Miss\ Josephine Camile! 1830-Paul Hamilton Haj-ne,
: : we wish to extend to our clients our sincere thanks for the
and is especially critical: I of the NRA, con The Steamship: Northland, .,. Park to William T. Doughtry. Jr., famed! Southern poet born at '. G cooperation which they have shown us during the past year
It is jut possible that Hitler might cerning which it says, in part : which will ply this winter between the wedding to be solemnized; Charleston. S. C. Died near : : and to wish for them and all Key West a bright and prosperous :

tip that Saar Basin and then what? "One of the basic problems of the KeyVest and Havana left Hos-! .I February 18. Miss Park is one of Augusta, Ga.. July C, 1881.Today's ;; New Year.
ton this morning. Shortly after the most popular members of the --------- : It has been our aim to furnish you with every possible
NRA is that of wages as a factor in fair arrival the ship will be assigned,., younger set and Mr. Doughtry ........................ e banking facility and protection at a minimum cost and at the
The PWA, CCC RFC, Etc and Etc came time to aid and assist every worthy enterprise applying :
the schedule. The Northlandwill here several
competition. Rut the NRA has made lit to !' has. snice!' coming Horoscope'
will be dead and before get I 'S to us for finan.ia! help.
gone be the largest ship carrying ago made many friends.}!
tie progress so far in settling the difficult I duringthe !years SSS............e.e...... i The past several years have been most trying years forevery :
with PAY. '\ to be operated I
through passengers
line of business. It is most gratifying to our Officers
problems of wage differences between industries season from this port. She hasa Carl E. Aubuchon promoter of Today's indications!! are of a I i and Directors to know that your bank has been weighed in the :
and sections. capacity of <650 passengers! and the La Concha Hotel and the pro- highly parental temperament. I balance and net found wanting. We have weathered the
Today The Citizen enters its fifty- "As regards long-range objectives it : will make three trips=" weekly be.tween poeel! water and sewage system watchful over the welfare of others. i storms of the past and with pride and confidence look to the
sixth year of chronicling the news for the Florida and Cuba. for Key West, is expected to return . You will be a benefactor to future. We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith in :
of West.It is difficult to find any semblance of planning to this city from Atlanta! the the poor and kind to the weak.A e us and your approval.
people Key: To the of who have been the
with since
in the NRA. In fact, the NRA has Some of the officers of hiMajesty's latter part of the week. : student' of the mysterious things many you us :
: bank was founded in 1C91' as well as to those who have become -
Ls not enough that a community set up new difficulties in the path of industrial ships Constance and t ---- ';, of the world. you should seek associated with us since that time we wish for you during -
Curlew now in the harbor are j Yaldes bakery is offering prizes employment in abstruse: trades, for I. the coming year much of those most valuable things which
possess the right ideal; these ideals must planning. To begin with, theprcc said to be nifty swingers of golf:; i in connection with the sale! ofbread j you will not be interested!! in the !fS money cannot buy, good health, peace and happiness.

be understood, appreciated and prac- of code making for the purpose of clubs, according to reports heardat at his place of business and ordinary employments, but will 'I.
recovery was so; directed as to impede, I the links, and are anxious to I fall particulars are given on the work best in the solution of problems : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KEY WEST
ticed. meet some of the local plajcrs. labels with each loaf purchased. ::: that will benefit mankind. i 1.......................... 3.....................
rather than advance, the planful recon-
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A man who recently went from Chicago struction of industry. I''

to New York to get away from the "The codes were set up hastily on the .

cold declares that he "jumped from the assumption that a bad code was better II! .

frying pan into the fire." than none at all.

"There was thus much guessworkand ,

If every giving in Key West will a lot of bargaining in their making.

work for the public good in 1935, the rest A.s a result, the NRA has brought about atilt

of the United States' would send delegates in the inter-relations of industries.! sy.

here to see how we do it. Each industry supposed: to contrive a I
solution of its: own l problem,;, and the 475 ,
Happy New Year to the man or woman -.
odes: in existence are a complex and con ',
whd tell) his or her neighbor that "
fusing system.
every citizen of I Key West should be a subscriber -

to The Daily Citizen.It I

i is said" that the dole is of lesser. cost. -- i

to the government than; direct relief. Even unusual job is that held by Miss\ :

Isabel Du IJois, who is director of libraries :
so we prefer that people be put on work-
in the Bureau of Navigation in Washington. :

relief so the morality and character of the
She selects\ all books for the Navy's.
American people may not be undermined. '

_. libraries. !, on ships and at shore station 'N,..

You must_ excuse us if. we act a little including hospital- 1 Y! Iy

l abyilu\Ve half rk Q, just been reborn underfederalTFoigjrolSTiv As! there are some 250: ships and t50 j Landua&esI II

) I' ;; ; .y.WesV-I Citizen.. How shore establishments to he supp ied, Mhe ; , ,

do voir likee .;expeiuencoJtSanford number of books which pass thraujrfrher. :

lie:':aid. The sale as you if similarly hands is very large. And she must; choose : ,L'::53 :. :" I ; I do, believe

-Uuated.. e uch: a variety as to please the arfrairals: I ; ,. :
j '. .. .' ..
'. F. and captains, as well as the s&jjor and l :" ,

In early Egyptian: days the cat'a marines. 4I

dcifi'J:1 and worshiped, sacrifices were of- Miss Du Bois i is well qualified for her _

ierrd and temples were dedicated to it. unique task, however which she has per-

There are cat lovers even in the present day formed most ably for 10 years. Before
nlutoc admiration of the fells: dom.estica entering the Naval service she served as

holders on idolatiy. Love your cats, but librarian at Drexel Institute, was children's

don't become catty. In Hindustan the cat librarian at the New York public library, eat o%

toi-lonirs to the untouchable class an unclean and held similar positions in other cities, 'A O fjsx ti !v ,

animal. her total experience in her chosen work'
covering a period of more than 24 years. y

Speaking of rehabilitation of Key Men like stories of of'estern adven-

\Vt.-;t. the Jacksonville Times-Union says ture best, Miss\ Du BOB says, but the col-

tha the town i is "practically sold out of lections she approves cover every class of

other than hotel accommodations," to literature, ( rawn from authors the world.

which the Key West Citizen replies: over. ;&l i

"Practically: sold out does not mean alto- ..
gether. There i is room for plenty more." JUSTICE, AS IT IS ," $ \ 3 > :

There is a limit for optimism:, if it discourages i v

tourists.. from coming.-St. Petersburg The average citizen fails': to understand

Evening Independent. justice, or the courts of law, when he< ,

hears about instances like that recently

Heading an advertisement to the effect brought to light in Indiana.In .
that a janitor was wanted for the 1930 an election was held for a

school in Rochester, N. H., Fred Drew, out superior court judgeship. The Democratic a/Iheft saying. THEY'RE MILDER ,

of work hustled over to the chairman of candidate was apparently elected but the mey

the school board and applied for the job. matter went to the courts, with first one I 'Yi('",

Drew was told there was no vacancy, and and then the other side winning. Finally, .'.f; and//tear them say. THEY TASTE BETTER '

that they had not advertised for a janitor. the Supreme Court ruled that the office ; ;:'. '

Then he produced the ad. It had been belongs to the Republicans.The '

clipped from the "Fifty Years Ago Today" point is that the term of c office;> J : ,V: ; ,:: : ::, Co, S

column.! -Wall! Street Journal ends today January 1st. '
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("i IT ov TIII;: !STATE OF ri.rm- Lew Fields of NVw York City
: r JT I (' j\ C1I.tCF.fl5.l.INY '. veteran comedian and producer

Complainant born there, C8 years ago.
STXOPSIS: : Klcttolat Trench to thick It over I am not tare thatIt vs. Fnrrelooare of Lira
and Sir William AIIOIlace exchanged of T.i CivtIfIs'atreJOhN
wouldn't be the wiser rlan.
m/jn ation concerning U STIFF and Ml IS.
the miaiiny formula for a *eiometal will Impress upon them of course STAFF his wife If mar- John J. Thomas 5pwarJ
originally ttolen from II oil u the necessity for absolute discretion. rle.l, and If ...-.d their unknown cf ,
O'Brien dawhtir 01 the inventor ." >&J \It"eft \ heirs rieviKrrn, prranteea or .. Nebr., member of the F..Jeral Reserve
after keyath.r'a death. Joins - - --- -- - - -
other claimants and all claimants
murdered Utbornt teat and Ktck tit, vat mel accused: *. tea of. "They'll keep their mouths shut \( \ having or; claiming an .................................................. .............. ......... Board born in Hancock
tA. deed and With Jerry all right" I assured him.A merest to the property hereIn Co. 111. CC'
'tttr years ago.
nrdaunt. Jfoll i : Nick are cock! on the mantelpiece described! Today's Birthdays
aetertnintd to fnd the formula.ir i Defendant*. FOLLOWING THROUGH _
TTiI/laiH it veiling to keif. chimed out the hoar and with a surprised St HAPPY and IRDKR OF rcBLicvnox e.
I prosperous ... .. ... ...
It the sworn Hill of I. C C I sees sees
Sir William consulted appearing by
glance. William Fox of New York tnr-
I New Year I" All day the the complainant filed in the above
Chapter 22 his watch. "words had been flung at [ stated, cause, that the residence of I Rudolph Spreckels of San Fran- bulent pioneer movie produce,

SINISTER VOICEI "Three o'clock" he exclaimed. I Bob Cameron; everywhere drfrndants.. John R Staff and (By JOVE) (" :iCO banker and civic worker I
pushing: back his chair. "1 didn't I aIrs Staff his wife if mar born in Hungary f>6 years ago.
born there C3 i
be went they echoed in that the complainant .... years ago.J.
ried. Is unknown; .s. .SSIes..aee..es.Se.sS.ss..aee..eeee..
I SAT back aad regarded Sfr 711-- realize it was as late as tbat.lie I his ears. He wanted to dos not know and has not

lIam with Interest. For a baronet rose to his feet. "I have to attenda shut them out. to forget l>een able to ascertain whether RAid When the Pirates and the rates; Castillo Albury and Hale Marion Davies of banta Monica
I defendants. John U. Staff and Mrs I Edgar Hoover head of the
meeting in the City at halfpastso
and a highly respected leader of that a New Year was be ---- Start his wife, if married arealive gers crossed bats Sunday SlUg-I for the Sluggers. Division of Investigation U. S. Cal.. screen star born 35 years
I am afraid I must be'making a ginning. or dead; that If said defendants Gopher Gonzalez and Fruto
British Industry Sir William! was In the rates proved that they can of Justice born in
start. It yon're coming same Last night In summing up the old are dead that complainantdoes ended the year by letting two flies Department ago.
certainly a curfojB mixture. direction perhaps I can give you a not know and has not been. good clubs as well as weak clubs, Wa-hin ton, I). C., 40 years ago.
he bad to the conclusion
come of
I year able to ascertain their heirs d(' drop out gloves'!, something -!
""Well ne )knew; where we are lift!" f that he was an utter failure \lseen, grantee or other claimants; and the Sluggers had a good club these! boys did not do the BENJAMN LOPEZ
now. anyhow." 1 remarked. Ter I've arranged to meet my friends that complainanterily believes
that he might as well discard the out there. They had some of the whole I FUNERAL HOME
I unknown year. Col. William F. Knox of Chicago
haps you're rIbt !n what you proph at the Milan." i said. "U yoa could Idea of writer. that there" are other perSons
becoming a Every
having or claiming an interestIn best in the city. I would like to !' publisher' bornin EtUblitheJ. 49 Year
esy but I take: it that la the mean drop me there . story that he had sent out had the real estate described In paid newspaper

time you've objection to our make "Why of course. We pass the come back. It was true that a few bill of complaint and described as see them keep playing, not only As to the fans I saw Arturo I Boston fil years ago. t Key Wetl' OlJe.t

ing a few iuvestigations on our own door." editors bad encouraged him-one of follow, to-wU: In: Monroe County. Florida for the pleasure they get out of it, Martinez, F. Aeevedo Sr.. Ma- 24-Honr Ambulance Servtc

account." the beet known In the country had Being! a I.art of Government but for the fans' sake and for the chin' Napoles and a score of other Roy Wilson Howard of New I Licenced Embalmer

"You must please: yourselres. It DRESSING the electric hell ha led told him to keep on, that he had a !. Ijot.s 3. 5. and 6 of SediMi 1ft.Township tourists who will come in here this Pit'ate rooters in the stands and I York City editor and newspaper PLoo 135 Nifbt 896.W

you are prepared: to run the risk andIf tho way through the sitting- of. C3 South of Range winter. By March when the big
fine literary style. But none 38 Kast:: and being on Plantation all were overjoyed with the victory .,----- --
you think you have the smallest room to the outer ball where the them had kept his offerings I Key. _and Is.. more .. particularly : leagues get started in their training for the Buccaneers! over their
chance of e access. go ahead by all man-servant was waiting to presentus described as! roiinws: -
the local boys will be in the .eft... ...... -
Bob felt that the wisest thing be ItfiiiK the S. "-'I)" portion of LotI eternal foes the Sluggers. I also : (
Hare definite! idEaas
means. you any with our kat!. Preceding us along
could do was to chuck the whole according! to a map of theestate pink of condition.I noticed Louis Gonzalez, Berlin I
to where J ou propose to start? the corridor. the same polite functionary of J, B. Pinder, .deceased
thing at the beginning of the New
There was a faint: suggestion of then rang for the elevatoran said 1< map being recorded In I Sawyer Baeza. Willard Russell. The Never-Tiring
Irony in hh voice which gave me additional attention to which. Year. Yet down In his heart he Plat Book 1. page SI. Monroe hear that the Recreation Department I Bill Bates and a few other blue
knew that writing was a part of Count. Florida Records!! Theportion is going to give us one and dowh-hearted fans because; GUARDIAN
be attached
the impression that I I presume. a millionaire employeris of ground' herein convejed -
him; that It would be aa almoet Impossible the best Athletic Fields in the
very little importance to oar projected automatically entitled. commences at the point the Sluggers were defated in the

} efforts.! I Iciest confess that as I stepped task to keep away from the where the W'ly boundary n f said state as far as the rumors are last game of the year. -: ,,4 of -
1 intersects with the Atlantic - your
untidy desk back In his den. But <<>t concerned. They have it spreadover
he would have to do It a Ocean; thence alone:: said
boundary line in a X. \Viy direction the city that we will get dia- = : HEALTH
couldn't bold a girl to a promise, 3;;' feet to the rlnht-of- Among the FERA ofifcials, :Mr
mondball baseball and probably
with nothing to offer her but faiW say' of the F. I:' C. HallwayCompany Curtis, "head man of the Recreation
; thence in a N, ITly I football all on one field. It can be
ure.Bob direction along paid ri-It..f-: done because the Navy Field can Department, put the year away I I THEICEMAN
knew that Dorothy Trent way ZOO feet; thence at right I with a speech. Ray Curry. Joe
was back of his resolution to quit angles' in a S. K'ly direction I pet at least 350 more square feet I -:==
the writing He loved Dorothy :356::; fet to the Atlantic Ocean; I of land that now lies idle behind : Cates Izzy Weintraub and the I I Who appears like clock-
game. thence at right angles along theshoreline rest of his assistants celebrating .
: were work day of the
and she loved him. They had In a SVly direction the grand stand. They tell me = every year

been engaged' since their senior :oft feet to the point of beginning that the backstop will be situatedat when the New Year was I = with a load of pure health-
I The last mentionedboundary born. While I am writing this I ,
year at Northwestern. It was time the entrance of Southard street. -------uuI---- protection?
being a meander
can't thinking still I
help they are
that he should say something about This will give the batter 450 feet I
marriage; it was not fair to bold .\lso: ThoS. \\" >' portion of to left field fence and about 600 celebrating.Yours YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
I..t HI according t said map
her as he was doing. lie would of J R Pimlrr's Uxtate, recorded feet to right field giving the I !
lIe has to be defrosted. He thumps
received the New never never
have to get a position that would in Plat Hook 1, page SI. Monroe players more playing field than truly I

enable him to keep a girl like Dor- and County beginning. Florida at the Hecords.point some of the big league parks.If I Year singing! Sweet Adeline and j or whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents.
of at this time I have a terrible head-
\\here the Western boundary
said Lot 14 intersects with the ache. I
F 11 C. It}'.; thence along said all of this is true it will not CALL NO.8.
Iooun.ltry In a N. Wly direction be difficult to get big league clubs
1174 feet to the Waters of Happy New Year to all!
the Hay; theme at right/ angles to train here, because then we
along the Waters of the I lay ina can offer them a first class playing FOR PURE ICE

X. iriy direction ZoO feet.thence field and a climate second to none MANY KINGFISH I
in an Easterly direction I
1174 feet more or less to theF in the United State Lets pray
11 ..... Ity right-of-way; it
that this dream comes true a*
thence, in a S. ""1)' direction ARE SEEN DAILY
along said F. H. c., Ky right- will mean millions of dollars in
of-WAY 250; feet to the Point of advertisement for this city. ICE REFRIGERATORS
beginning Said lot of land being I
ww about 64 acres more or
less.The Now I will try to tell how the FISHERMEN CLAIM THEY ARE
first parcel of land players and fans spent the end of
All With
herein described (containing I'/fc RUNNING IN LARGE Made of Metal-Equipped
I acres more or lens.lso. 1934:
I .\ On the" Island known Gomez takes the lend. I
Rogelio I
-- 4-a; - as Plantation Key and known SCHOOLS WATER COOLERSThey're
I on (,('0. L. Macltonald's amended He spent his time managfcg the i
"It Will Be Glorious to Help You
I cushioned seat. I plat of Government Lots 3. S and Pirates and they defeated the,
dropped onto the luxuriously Work.. _p- Out- -- Your, --, Career--. --,-!* I... Section it. Township 63 I

"The first thins I want to do." II Inside. I was In a distinctly elated othy; be couldn't ask her to exist South Range 3S! East recordedin Sluggers. : Kingfish are running in large Economical I 100 Per Cent .
Plat Kook 1, page 101. :Monroe Roy Hamlin was defeated in his
said. 'Is to see the place where Os mood. The knowledge I had acquired on the meager pittance he was getting County Florida Records as schools now it is said by fishermen Refrigeration Satisfaction

borne worked. I should like to have it It did not enable me to I from the Pryor company. H. follows: The Easterly half of comeback as manager of the Slug and if there was!! a marketfor

a chat with those people who looked prove my Innocence to the world at had taken the Job simply because hot... 3 having a frontage of 272f gers.Robert all of the fish caught fishermen f
6 inches along the F. K.I
after him. It be talked to them at all least provided a promising starting it give him so much time for writing I I C R). right-of-uay and a frontage Bethel after an absenceof i would reap a rich reward: for Priced at V

its quite possible they might be ableto point from which to commence oar raring nothing at the time for I of 300/ feet, more or Ies. several months was defeated by I their labors.One .
give us some useful! information." researches. the small salary and the lack of opportunity along,, the Atlantic Ocean containing none other than the great: Joe'

lie shook his head, "1 am afraid I had a queer unreasoning con that it held. 1 ((2 3-4) acres two and more three-quarter or less The House. By the way. Joe House local company' reports I $30 and $35
I having purchased 8.000 pounds in
there's nothing to be learned there. victlon that somewhere or other The uclupplHefeS brought by hl8)j) division of said lot being shown, started the year with a victory and .
the last few and this
My secretary who certainly Isn't down in those lonely Essex marsheslay resolve shewed plainly In the weary on saul plat. ended the year with one. days; pur t
Also: <>n the island known
lacking: in Intelligence; has visited a clue to the mystery of Os- droop of Bob's shoulders aad the II as Plantation Key and known Sluggers who ended the year I chase did not take care of all the tI EASY TERMS DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's

the farm and questioned them closely borne's death. Jerry. as I IVas wel'! tired lines on his boyish face. lie on ii,-... I. M.icl>onald s amended with a defeat to their credit .other -, offerings.PUT. I -

I need hardly: add that we have aware. knew that particular district found it hard to Join In the small Plat t>. of of Section Government It, Township Lots, 3. 5 and 63 than the manager and pitcher i I......,.......

also searched the factory from top Inside out Pottering about the Easi talk and fun of the New Year's party South, 17ingeIt:! East, recordedIn stated above were Esmond! Albury,I IN FREIGHT CAR i

to bottom" Coast in a small sailing boat was that was going on. If Dorothy Plat hook I. page 101. 'Inn.r. -
.... Joe Hale, Pie Trayhor Fruto Castillo
"I I fully expetted It.:' I said "All one ot his favorite hobbies, and afar < hadn't been so Insistent upon his County.. as follows: PublicRecords. The and Gopher. Everett Reihm and Jack Read

the same. ;'1 Pirate
FHitfart'on; I should prefer to havea concerned there was no one alive way, for he was in DO mood for frontage of ZOO: feet along the players enjoyed locked in a freight car for five ; ,
K, /II C R), right-of-way anda victory as a. farewell token to the
around who was better qualified to assistce frivolity. And an even deeper'
prowl niystlf"Hi now. frontage of 1111' feet along. the days and nearly starved before being -
: In ferreting out the truth. bittern s8 had crept Into his heart Kay of Florida And containing old year were M. and A. Acevedo. found and released.

I,: sm'i'd tolerantly. "There will i The elevator came to a halt and as he watched the crowd pay fight. and one-quarter Carbonell. Pena, A. Perez Baker I

lie no d.fT.fu'ty! about arranging ercorted by a uniformed attendant.Sir ute to Everett Elstun, the @trfb-I division(H 1-4) a of res.nald more lot or being less shownon the Wm. Cates. Ma\g and others.F. -

that. I can Kite:; you a note to William and I advanced in a lion of Ksymondvllle.He said plat. Acevedo and his! Stars were

the farmer mil his wife-ConllanJ : stately procession towards the re- w ndreil how Dorothy had I And it further appearing from, mere spectators wishing that they :C.4T.4TIIIIIII.4T..IIHII"'IIIIlI.4TIIIONE :

their name U- dnj I will also send ,"ohlnbl85S/ door. Outside stood a i got: Elstun to her party ; he was a said sworn vtrily bill believes that the that complainant each I were the ones playing, but they

you the lw hc-b! you can return magnificent limousine. A chauffeurwith bit of a recluse and seldom mingled of said defendants are" over the age will have to see what 1935 holds

to me win ti \tj'i: have: finished with I a rug over his arm was await with the crowd. lie was surprisedas of twenty-one. yearn; that there is for them.
I no person .r persons In the State of
them We 'a\e to keep everything. :I la.? our arrival and I was on the he saw him walking across the "'I rlda. the service of a *umm nB Assistant Manager Mendoza of DOLLAR

locked up* t> ,1'.ft, as a .; rU.Uer of,I well point of taking: my seat when I room, with an eager look 'uPob hto. In Chancery upon whom would bud the Pirates was a spectator, but, I
remark which made aid iendants or any of thcntSits :
fact there ire Mil! one or two cases I heard a every face. ., ; he to
therefore Ordered 1 that said like the Stars was craving '
of high! expircs: | down in the eel I muscle In my body suddenly stiffen "How are you coming With,lOur defentanta'Johii) 1'." staff and )lrs out there and do something.
.lar. .' ;. I "How do you do. Sir William? It writing he asked. -+- Staff, his wife, if married.'>ndif get
- s j. I I"What's dead, th lr unknown '. Unlike the Stars, he eventuallygot
I/quite a long: time since I bad the heirs, de-
flftjiumc 9f thtplaeerI Bob gave a mirthless laugh."rreJust vIA! -*"', grapiees or other tlalnanii.: out of his and started ;v-
Inquln.1 l, "Sii,rhow docs one Ret'I pressure of meeting you decided that as a writer .'10 a .ind.,ail persons having or claiming car Puts General Electric "Liftop"refrigerator
to II'" I Jerked my head around. scarcely pretty good hod-carrltsr. Thej fart an. interest in and to the real prouert .- ing the boys instructions. He i b a a ;
Two ) hereinbefore les'<:'ribed h. and and not keep
rabid fan
its cailoj Himbriae Ferry able lo believe my ears. of the matter Is, Mr. Elstun.; I've ther me hereby required to appealto ; can away

The (\3Stu! is* to go ta East paces away from me a tall clean- made a New Year's resolution toqult. the bill) of complaint filed In said from the game.

minster Au..onlll. direct you from shaven middle-aged man. dressedIn ." cause ..n or Ix-fore Monda)'. the 4th in home
shakIng .tay of F'bruar. A, II. U35. other.wise your
there." a smartly cut grey suit. was "Giving up in a hurry T* Elates ihe allegations of said bill In the Junior League, the Trojans

I pulled oi't my pocket book andscribbled hands with my companion. said a trifle sharply. will i.. taken as onfessed' by said were defeated by the Cuban

down Jerry's name and Whether he had seen me or not Icouldnt Tve been trying for almost two I defendants Club and the Tigers by the Medina S

addrt'ss.T' ts !. where I'm stayingat say. Gone was the beard. Jeara," Bob answered."And Order It Is be furthtr published ordered that this Stars in their last games of the
once week
present." I saiJ "If you'll let mehave and gone were the gold rimmed, jou think a few hours every ,I for. four .-..n".rutiveweeks In The j 4 The "Liftop"has the sealed in mechanism, ,
aNt the note spectacles. but the voice beyond all K. y Wrist Citizen a newspaper published year.A
the 1 kfja sometime now and thec for two years should club from the Junior;
the voice of :Mr. Stell- in Monroe t'.tTht3l'inrila 1 picked carries the five service and has
question was plan
tomC'rro'1"11 run down there have brought; you success? Listen, ', 'Pat .d \oo'l'lOh..r I %!lth. A. II. 1S34 League played the Coconuts!! Sun. year S
straight nay." man. boy. I was writing full time for wore ICSJ.u.) I10SS f S\U \'KR. the
I didn't day afternoon for their pickedteam's the lowest operating cost of electric
to that of Circuit
I handed him the slip of paper. It is amazing me than three years before I got a hint Cour of Monroe any
1 think 1 must Count), Fiiiriila.ILYalN1) last defeat of the 3 ear.
make fool of myself. .
"There's J-m! ono other point I a that I wana't wasting ink." ; R LORD. made. .
Mario Sanchez pitched the Cu- .
continued. "It would make things have acted Instinctively. Anyhow. In a moment Rob was confessing I =--.li"ilhr for Complainant

a lot simp'.cr: If I could pass on what befote 1 realized what" I was doing. his real reason for quitting. Elstun Jan -).l5-22-2S ban Club victory in the morning -- : t S

youte toll me to Jerry and Miss I had brushed past the chauffeur (| listened quietly then he spoke. "1, ard1.: Acevedo for the Medina: r .

O'Brien You see they both know who with exampl&ry politeness was I too had that problem." he said. Subscribe to The Citizeij. Stars. &

about my visit holding open the door and droppedonto "There was a girl ; I felt sure she ........ ............... Alvarez was knocked out of the Let us place one in! your
.. / 1
And I take it that they are both the luxuriously cushioned seat. wouldn't be satisfied with what I box in the first frame by the %

waiting anxiously to hear the result. -I (Copyright. IU i. Pens rullithing! Co) Lad! to offer., Fortunately I found CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Stars, andY Gopher finished the home on trial until July

." lie blew out a ring of smoke I out in time she wanted: to share my contest i in"'good fashion.

and contemplated it reflectively I name Nick for learns the man tomorrow.who wanted another to struggles Maybe the &girl you love. H. Vickers of the Trojans hal a !

"Well! on the whole. now 1 come, murder him. :. feels the same way." bad day and was defeated by the, first at a rental chargeof 1

Rob_ found_ that_ }. stun w.__._ _Hkt.__ Salinero finished 1Cut.an
u --- ccc....e3.......a cease a a Club.
------ - i Dorothy at the
--- -- --- ------ was aghast thought
i !1 the game and struck out the first $1.00 month.
: of his giving up the work he loved. MISCELLANEOUSCASH the per I
three batters to face him in
I PROGRAM TONIGHT TWO PASSENGERS !'i or doubting that she would "want third frame.
to share his poverty.It will be
glorious to help you "work out your I PAID for used furniture. That was the last appearance of See us for complete detail

I AT GOSPEL HALL i ARRIVE PLANE I career," she assured him 1013 Southard street. these boys in 1934. \
j I the Joe
I So a new' revolution was made I dec7-lmox To say goodbye to year MOmS Ml THIS FOOD!

1 that called for success instead of I Navarro hit three safeties, one a 2q fL.n..2'; ."pa.crc*..
i The New Tear I I I 1 io*. tft* I lb. bern
Children of the Go-pel UaU Arriving on the plane from Mi- failure. was going I II AUTO SERVICE I double. The WestElectric 2 kaL dice** -.Z u.tnutiuic S
,I to bring Bob the acceptance that be I Barcelo hit two safeties", one Key I bottle catsup
'I 1 bottle tk.n. 2 Ib.,
Sunday School will present a New i( ann this morning were two pas craved CARS WASHED. POLISHED,!I good for two bases. bate..S lb..toast:1 Sas4
I Reeds Icctvc I big eat..",
Year program toni ht at 7 sengers.: Misses May and Dora An- Ok Wema Ntwipaixr CaloDiMr Painted and Greased. No. 3 I M. Sanchez AL Acevedo. # 2 Ibi. toanon C 1 baarhctlcrr
Hernandez and Domenech hit two C t fV* $tu n C a

o'clock! in the hall on Fouhtirdetreet. '! trorietta coming for the air trip I'I'I Cocktail Fire Station decl7-lmo In their last appearance of' theleu. ico. i.o.s t ur..iJ'.b oracg 1 IKlar

An oyster cocktail Is a nice start left-over .
4 2 co.
|I over the keys and a short stay. for the holiday dinner sot so flll- 1 FOR RENT s umcr C I oj. -wcrer bouta
:2 4.tck ftttumt ur <2OTHE.
Those in charge of the affair I j They were the only passengers I lac as the more usual souo. ROOMS AND APARTMENTS, In the Senior League the best . A. F. AYALA, Sales Mgr. ice nbJlsJ lb. of Ice)

state that the public will be wel booked for the return trip of the Bol'via seeks new army; Para- 1013 Southard street i were Armando Acevedo, Pena II.lIII"'III
1 I for the Pi 'IIIIIIII"I
I Chaco drive. dec22-1mox I Baker and
come. _ plane this afternoon. guay pushes


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SOCIETY Palatial Yacht 'Intrepid' Visits Key West TO SUBSCRIBERSIf I Notice To Subscriber

:-: : : you do not receive your I' THE NEW YEAR

.. ................... .............. 6 00 o'clock in the [
...?,................................ paper by By GEORGE COOPER Plc*.. k. prompt (U p7i.|

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress afternoon ,11 1 telephone 61 I la Indianapolis Newt the carrier wno deliver yourpaper

and a paper will be cent H* pays Tfc. China

....................'PHOm......;..311-J...................... : c : : to jour home. A complaint I 111111111111111111111111ASOlVC 15 cent and tell a week for tbo paper
boy is on duty at this office it to jam far 20
for Ae Old
Opening Ball At Casa Marina it: f : ? : 'i from 6:00 to 7:15 p. m. for the its "ell u tolledAnd << cent*. Hu profit for deliver
: : purpose of delivering com I its porting moments fly! lot !i. 5 cent weekly OB each

Last Evening Brilliant Event : r'v ; plaints. Help us give you 100 But tang and m cheer subscriber, if J.. it not paid
t ; percent service by calling 51 if For Ae glad New Fear I II IE: loce Not Tke Citi...

--- ? . you do not receive The Citizen: While M* utrh tAe Old Year d.el .
The much-heralded and long i Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bruce, Mr. :. ." '' ; .rii': '.!"J'a'. \3.':"": .ag-: \&. rrrr .rr.... Oh Us grief end pain I'II'IJIClara
; :i x .
awaited Grand Opening Ball at and,Mj-s. II. :E-t Gilfond, Mr. and Srtn4t..;, ,. .. ..;... ., ,.' : : : Ne'er can come again,
( ; ' "v '* WALTER MURPHY
: 2- Morton
Casa Manna last night was a Mrs. John O'Hara Cosgrave, Mr. < t'f,1 .: And its care lie buried deep; a Chicago girl
superb affair, and proved a totally If land Mrs; Harry Rice, Mr. and ,'?<;:. t: ) i <: ; :4;, : ; ,,' :r' : [J: ;;:.5-:: I WORLD TRAVELER, But Aaa, joy untold who stole medicine for her mother
DoA Ae New ten minutes in jail.
enchanting method of greetingthe i Mrs. Robert N. Hartman, Mr. and > ..t'.h.L: : ",,'f... !tV.
New Year with a truly magnificent -I{ Mrs. J. Lancelot Lester, Mr. and ...f;;;:. ';' ..: .,; 'W" ' : 5+ y .;:_ HERE ON YACHT And uAaf hope within it sleeplA \\\\\\'I""I/I/
Mrs. : ;
flouruh. Mrs F. C. Brown, Mr. and t 1.
t. . .. t for Ae Old, \
{ tong
X' .
and < ?& from Page OB*s
and :
Gaiety was spontaneous B. L. Grooms, Commander ; t' llM.M
:.. t . , While ill knell u tolled SPEND
) ; "
t1U'lt : ; ,
West Mrs. cently with the United Fruit Company -
wholehearted, and Key society I Mrs. R. D. Spalding, Mr. and '" And Ae friend it gait to true!
frolicked with grace and, William R. Porter. Mr. and l\I\ 's.' Line. But, with hearts of glee YDURV4CATIDN

abandon. It was a picture worthyof I Wallace Bryant Kirke, Dr. and ) The "Intrepid" has sailed the Let W merrily t
W ? .
a great artist's brush: the t Mrs. Stephen W. Douglass, Mr. ; Atlantic three times, visiting portsin ,I Welcome in Ae bright, bright New)
galaxy of attractive women in! and Mrs. G. W. Owen, Mr. and: For Ae heights too gained,
r, the :Mediterranean and North
their lovely gowns, the men in Mrs. Charles S. Johnson, Mr. and' p;".; m.:.. . : For Ae good attained = THIS YEAR IN ::

their tuxedos, with a sprinkling of I I Mrs. S. Cabrera, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 4ft -- SeasOn one of these sailings she I Wo will not Ae Old despise;

uniforms and mess-jackets, danc-{1 Ralph Milner, Mr. and Mrs. B.; ?; : : F FP made a record speed of 12 days But m joy more sweet I FLORIDAoryowHEALTH I

ing and dining if) an atmosphere: Martin, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hyatt, :; i ) and 18 hours on sail alone. She Making life complete
lit the golden New Year lie .
of sophisticated charm and Verrill, Judge Jefferson B. < : has made several voyages to the .. \

beauty. Browne, Mr. and Mrs. JosephjPcarlman Caribbean visiting many of the ;A for Ae Old.
The colorful array of smart r Mr. and Mrs. Henry " West Indian islands. South American While song its knell is tollnl, //II"'II'\\\,\

new gowns beggars description. i Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tib- ports and the Canal Zone and With a grander, broader :zed,

Wherever one looked there was I bott, Mr. and Mrs J. S. Dudley, two different sailings to the North I And m foru-ard view.. r
Fish, Birds and Deer Heads
another delightful creation to'' Dr. and Mrs. II. N. S. Jones, Mr. I Atlantic and St. Lawrence ports. Lot us greet the Nrw, Mounted

catch the eye and hold it. Lack and Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrand .. The present voyage of the ship Heart and purpose tier Zeal

of time and space prohibits a Il\r\ s. Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Mr. and will take her to the west coast of Lot A* ill we met. CECIL GRAY

mention of each lady's garb individually -.(, Mrs.\ Raymond Lord, Mr. and Mrs. ,', q the United States ports in California And Ae sad regret, TAXIDERMISTFi

though many were j\V.! E, Julian, M\ And Mrs. Lewis I and visits to Alaskan \Va.I Wish At Old be buried deep: t. iJrYork-Reasonable PricCt

patently worthy of minute and:?pierce Mr. aniMrs. L. S. Goul- + I tern; For what joy untold 319 Fleming St. Phone 170-W

detailed description: ,A brief)N J I den: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ha1Jer !- tf t",-.': t DoA ala, New Year hold t} ''t" \Key West, Florida !U
t I And what ho within it sleeol
hole; on the outstandingly beautiful " ,,Major and Mrs.\ W. W. Rhein, .: 'r 't :, Jr e} #.
t suffice 1|I .'. J;<. : '; ? ,1 i -- -- --- -- - - -- -- ----
ones must I Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Trevor, Mr. : --\-----7\-- i .1
I' f-t': il.H .t >N r | .-George Maley of
Mrs. Norterg Thompson wore :Mrs. Julius Langner Lieutenant
; a.nd :
', ; : f.Ut(_
''' tL1.; city was acquitted of the
an exquisite blue and silver heavy'tame and Mrs. Robert Krueger, Mr. tta
t fashioned in the manner and Mrs. Harold Ballou, Mr. and charge of kissing Miss Ella Lurton How: : 'To .: &CC Colds
23 who declared she had p
modernc which accentuated her Mrs. Robert Graham, Mr. and jll; 5' : i.,5 w .. never
i been kissed before.
splendid height and carriage.l I Mrs. J. Gerry Curtis, Mr. and ':r .. it: ;.

Mrs. William II. Malone's garb, a Mrs. Frederick Kirtland, Mr. and w riion the slow clanging of twelve UNDERCONTROL<

black gown with standing collar!,; Mrs. Ray Bush, :Mr. and Mrs.\ W. stnikcs.loton) : .
and adroit touches of silver, and i" E. Barlow and their daughters Magnificent Vessel Owned By Walter Murphy, of Chicago, Engineer And Inventor I never discovered who kept

a close little gold evening turban,I I I Sh rley and Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. --- --- him lu his chair or who rang the

definitely" carried a "touch of tomorrow -I L. Pinder, Mr W. R. Minnick and .................................................1 I dell. Bandit.wl e a handkerchief C olds Co 14
Mrs. Julius F. Stone 1'I Miss Natalie Mlnnick, Mrs. 1.. i utes" They stared at each oth"t': a swathed all but the eyes of his jailer Wh en N If a ES
was attired in a modish brown! Auxier Mrs. J. E. Jones. Mr. and PERSONAL MENTION j I slow grin growing; on their facet When the last stroke sounded T HR EA T E S TR IS

printed chiffon, and her evening Mrs. A. R. Miller, Colonel and _._._._._ _._._._._._._.___ __ ._._._._._._._._._ ,_.._ ._ ._ ._._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ e.._ ._ 1 II hold At twelve especial the celebration.village planned They to the lie stranger untied locked Foxtons the arms
sandals, brown and gold, completed -!!I Mrs. Hilden Olin, Lieutenant andi .1 swiftly; left door.
Senator Robert La Follette and Mrs. could count on Old Foston. The and threw the key through the
an exceptionally well- Mrs.\ W' II. Bainbridge, Lieuten- I. II T. Bowers left yesterday i
chosen ensemble Mrs. Peter.i ant E. R. McCarthy, LieutenantC. who were in Key West for afternoon for her home in'',I moment the biff bell began to clang I transom By the time the old man
. that would be the first instant
I liaJ freed there
I himself wasn't so
Schutt wore a beautifully tasteful A. Burmister, Airs. V. II. ILi a few days, left yesterday after- Homestead after spending a few j
of the first minute
of the New Year
I 'h in
iniu! as a sound the entire building
blue lace gown and carried an exquisite -j!I Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson noon for Miami.A. days with iclatives.Attorney 1 Exactly! There was something fine 1

Spanish shawl of soft silk i i is. Golden Mrs. G. W. Reynolds! I" and dependable in the thought of "It's a good Idea, just the same,"
B. Sage, teacher in the Miami J. Y. Porter, who was .Ts.ONOL VAPOlUBt
embroidery cleverly done on net. Mr. and ?trs. Robert Fleming i Old Foston. they said. Gave you remarked one solemn youth to another VA VicKS
Mrs. Robert T. Menner, in a Spottswood, Mrs. J. B. Maloney. High School, left yesterday j spending two days with relatives,:I I, confidence in the human race. He "for a person not to be right VICES ergs or O L- tirnc.t trassaCAt C
ravishing recent Parisian importation -{: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schutt and for his home in Miami after heft yesterday afternoon for Norfolk ; was as right as !all of the time!I" the 5rst 'few drops /. Pcu with Vicks Va po ,

of sheet oyster-white crepe I. their daughter Minnie Gardner spending two days as guest of G. Va.Joseph. I II J Father Time And then they laughed . but ::. n1itatiota 4 I U ely and chest sno the,'1 t dbY 111

with subtle insets of lace, and; Mrs. L. P. Schutt, Mr. and Mrs. B. Reed, supervisor of sanitationin hlm t'lf. never told. ':': f ts Va4z many .1 R ub.the All yQht lonCe,
( w x:<::y to prey treatin4 co __ .
brilliant tiara, excited much comment George Schutt, Jr., Miss Frances Key West. Baker and son, Milton, At one minuteof e..W..terD N.waimp.c Unlo : helps g colds inba1ation.

cnent her regal appearance.I I Schutt, Mrs. H. K. Taylor, Mrs. who were visiting for a few days twelve, where <*,>::,'.'',::.. colds, and to throw by a tirnulation-R@brinP direct.-cL

Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke wore,r A. Ball, Mtrs. H. B. Boyer Mrs. Misses Mary and Beulah Brant- with relatives and friends, left parties were in I- tbcu ear lyetaga t. VapoW

ivory antique Empire brocade I j I Bradley Downing, Mr. and Mrs. lej; daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B. yesterday for Pensacola where lone progrt'laeTery stopped talk. PALACEAnn : ;ixMto .. .. .. .: : ... i., ,_.
with gold-threaded lace fallingover R. A. Bissell. Mrs V A. Guyton, E. Brantley, left yesterday after- Mr Baker is employed with the I Ing. They waited Sten-Fredenc March in ".\: Build R.tstaiK! to Colds Follow the rules of health that

the tight bodice. Miss Leon-l I I Mrs E. B. Faber Misses Sylvia noon for Miami for a short stay Gulf Life Insurance expectantly. 1 . :are part of.the clinically tested Vkks Plan for Bettet Control
with relatives and WE LIVE AGAIN :
ella Lester, in a smart, youthful Guito. Louise Eysely, Alice Jones, The minute : :;:of.Colds (The Plan'if fully explained in each Vicks package.)
creation of red velvet with silver. Elizabeth Ayala Mary Fay Mr- Jerome Clemens, son and hand crept on to Comedy and Short Reel

lame, was one of ,the most delightfully -: Stuart, Nina G. Ryder, Eunice Mr. and for Mrs the Ed.home Pinder Miami left!;i{ daughter, who were the guests oft u twelve.1 Lip Matinee lO-ISc Night: 15-2Sc VICKS PLAN FOR IETTU CONTROL: OF COLDS

gowned of the younger,, Whyte, Emily Ann Duncan, Rosalind yesterday in Mrs, Benjamin Tjnes, left yesterday were opened in : .1
set. Mrs. Carlton B. Hearst wife,I Palmer, Miss Leonella Lester, after spending a few days with afternoon for their home in 7 readiness td I .
relatives and I -----
of Consul-General Hearst, madean Minnie Porter Harris. Florence friends. Chicago, accompanied as far as shout with the ;

unusually nice appearance in Van Sickler, Rose Silber, Mary Miami by their hostess. first ringing of I CI'.II.1.1 .I.1IIIII.1.1"II..G-;; ;I; ;t
I I I Mrs. Lillian Barr and daughter the great belL But no sound came
her draped Lleanor-blue with Falk Dorothy Cleare Lillian ---
Miss Elizabeth arrived the the . ,
over clanging over rooftops \ \
fetching self-loops at the shoulders!: Ryan, Annie Lois Hicks, Betty
highway this week and are guestsof only the small tinkles of their own '
and a coronet of large blue pearls., Louise
Mary Spotts-
Maloney f clocks chiming the hour.
Mr. and Mrs. William Culling-
Mrs. Isabel Ball wore a tiered wood Messrs Ray Alexander, Pi$1.t
|(I ; ford at the home on Newton SILENCE! NothIng more.
silver lame with artful touches of i Ralph Gunn, Charles Hutchmson,
I(I street. I They couldn't believe It. For for- HOLIDAY SPECIALS i
bright red velvet at the nccjc, a,, Norman G. Maloney Jr., Bowman !
ty years that bell had been rung
choice gown that was much ad Stevens. R. C. Perky, Sr., R. C.
I Mrs. Emma Parks and childrencame precisely on the dot. The little
mired.In : Perky, Jr.. Wl Curry Harris Edward in from Tampa this week clock-bells ceased their chimes. The
truth, there were so many A. Louis John M. Spotts- y't
minute hand
I I and are visiting with relatives. crept by the hour All
striking and lovely dresses in evidence -,I wood, Arthur M1.' Brown, Wil'iam!' I Martha the awaited thrill collapsed miser. Gift For The Family That Last Thru The Years
that has been !
it difficult,; Bates, J. Lancelot Lester, Jr., Misses Olga and Zeida Gon- aliI)".
even to single out the above few i:Ignatius: Lester Jack Hayes, zalez, who were guests of their Canning -1'11 tell you what it la," cried

for individual mention I'George I Pepper, Elmer C. Roberts, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas &a New v arts some one Uere wrong . our 5
The ball was held in the Royal Paine Hamlin. Robert Dun- Enrique Mayg for a few days left $!*$ STORY time Is f str* CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE:
spacious dining roon of Casa]i can, Jr., Stanley Wood, Avery afternoon for the homoin They waited. At .en minutes
1 I yesterday *
Marina, and the dance floor was Johnsan, William Warren, George Miami. i r' past the hour the big bell soundedits

more 'than wcll-f'atronifed, for Warren, Walter Norman, Perry twelve deep notes; &Clocks werea'tback't4n'minnjee. Single Chair ... __ .._ $ LOO
'd '
IIB town hall of the small) Even those t
the special d nner- ance programs Miller! Jack: ., Thompson, Mrs. Mrs. Martha E. Saw d .. <. 5 : COI9'GI'
et .; Tillage of Landers had'nd people#8"vaVet-td {rom%$thelr p "

Marina furnished Orchestra by the under famous the direction Casa-.,!Derizanz"bfrs Harry Prindle:. ,. Fred Miss Derizanz Minnie, daughter few, Dawn,witb1'1 wb!;vrecl\latives'and>aleg :, .,..... clock? : but a bell ;;.In, Ucupola. >I r-afttAtivaYCfies'tanJi( : Slt M'tttbkp1htWlth I I Double Chair ..._..........__._.... ,5.50r--
a days : : The Janitor,wa* ; the belt: .. I
t !. of Richard Principal, was ,!Mr. and Mrs. ,Clifford Hicks, Dr. friends., left yesterday{?*( r'.tf.Ji! j .'one of those fussy fellow*. ke ext' day; confusion -relgited-. : 5S I<, \ .'., :,... .''' It. .I I _..
captivating and gratifying. and Mr\ .,Harry CL Galt> Mr. and ..... po.' 'i I { "3 00- .
y. home m Miamik ,. 'Z' who bake ppoaltlrecrevil: l often annoying! but not serious. .
; ;:.s, I" J Child's Chair ... ..a..*..__._........ tIn. 1..1'"
Among those present were: Mrs\ I. N. Melt cr, Mr. and Mrs. -. "i': of doing, everything on I "Two; aoleuui youths., unOUurally'gra.n. :: '. '

Major and MrsViliiant II. Malone Curry Moreno, Mrs. Chester Mr. and Mrs. Emil 'Larkin' who I the dot He kept his ...*re\hlbtlng! their watches / :i'a'\ A*k h*111' ; : .tr.. ,

Mr and Mrs Julius F. Stone, Curry Miss Etta Patterson and were spending Christmas in Key watch set "."railroad ti n('." con to this and 'that. unconvinced dtl Bench ....._....___.___.___._. <
Jr., Mr. and Mrs\ L'. M\ Duncan, I Mrs. Paul Vecker. West with relatives, left yesterday !gnently) when the old man enteredthe I zen "Uut you re wrong, both of .
afternoon for Miami. bail in the morning every one you, declared every one. "We were 4.50MIRRORSFANCYFOUR
-- -- - knew it was exactly one minute ofseven. all wrong We know It because we Rocking Chair .___m

The selectmen met there. set our clocks by the midnight b(>IL"
New Year's Eve Dance Given At Miss Catherine Saunders, of Miami -
*the offices of the probate jude The boys raised surprised) eye BEAUTIFUL DESIGNSTO
I is spending a few days' vacation -

Country .Club Enjoyable Event from school with her uncle were on the second floor The towu correct brows. 'railroad''Hut we," they said "have SELECT FROM .........._.... .......................................$1.65 I
all had to be kept warm. \\ben time Nobody lu
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John.
he Janitor left Landers Is right . but us'"
-- I Cates, who returned over the highway night it wasxecUy It came out at last It had to. MODERN\ CLASSIC FANCY GLASSWARE CONSOLE SETS SER-
The New dear's Eve: Dance at orchestra, was well received and I Sunday. of ;
fire mln- t/ course Old Foxton sputtered to
the Country Club last: night was its catchy rhythm of specially ar- I tes past sir. (... his wife. His wife told a neighbor I! VITORS; BOWLS, ETC.-

very well attended, particularlyby ranged numbers offered an opportunity Joseph W. Powers, executive I I t six the bell The news ran like wildfire I tt.
members of the younger social for the dancers to indulge secretary of the Jacksonville Ju- I Baled out IU t Twenty minutes before midnight

pet of Key Uest. Gaiety and in intricate new steps. nor Chamber of Commerce, is a ci'ly ringing for the Janitor In Ms cubby-hole found Single ----$1.25

cheer were the keynotes of the Until the small hours of the visitor in Key West and guest of.. tie day,and people himself bound, . ?: T I II

evening, and complete informalityand morning festivity and merriment Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. DeWitt. i set their { and not too ;

Rood fellowship reigned. continued, and all present agreed a. tches by It. ; roughly gagged 2 Piece Sets .--..-...--... 1.50
Refreshments were served that the New Year had been ushered Judge Browne To 'Old Fozton His watch was ,. :.7.--
throughout the evening and the in with appropriate gala cele- Oiid a cubby-hole removed fromhis 1.75

dance music, furnished by a local'1 I I bration. Receive Guests of hla own where pocket and ,= i 3 Piece Sets _..- -.__.__ I
a<|could ret andtiAoke held. before his I Ieyes. ; : : :
-- -- ---------- when he The minutes : "
Judge Jefferson B. Browne will: ticked themi' '' 'CIIINA W ARE-I G Piece Sets 4 Plates 4 4
'IVory Cups
'wt so't buny. ItWHS e ,
Special Act By Former Residents be at home in his apartments at i selvis $1 0 0
the Air Station today from 3.30:! the custom on New Year eve til sway un- Saucers_ 4 Cereals, per set .----_..-...---. .
Mexican Dancer Leave For Miami tot the town hall bell to ring out at twelve. The -' :--7i--;
to 9 p. m, and expresses a hope; old man writhed ... :. hi .
mlanight Though many enthusiastic !- . ""
that all of his friends will drop in I I \ youngsters would have liked to in his bonds
Rosalie de la Torres!, renowned A party of former Key A\esters, for a little New Year's cheer. Not a sound .
seid the Joyous clanging out over Open Until '7 P. Mexican fan dancer, will put on a composed of :Mr. and Mrs. Anton I I I tht roofs of the town Old loitonwoald from. the steeple I

special act tonight at the dance Brost, Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry Moss Kappa Pi's Give I, have none of it. v; I

being given at Haul's: Club on the and three children, Henrietta,! Dance Last Night i I doe) of the youths! who had longcorbted Five minutes
I the fun of New \ears ere past. . ten minutes past the hOJr.
boulevard. Peggy and James. have left for I
bel ringing held a conference with
Senorita La Torres is known I their homes in Miami. I In addition to the several other I 1 I. fJleni "Hare you ever, thought,"
for her performances at the C n- I The party arrived Saturday for New Year's Eve Dances held Florida & Co.
I Ii last salt) thla enterprising young man. Contracting Engineering
tury of Progress Exposition in ,i a visit with relatives and friends i! night, was that of the Kappa I'i sat I "what a Joke It would be to hare C01DSFEVER *

Chicago and has given many performances I and left over the highway this' the Cuban Club, which was attended the whole town late for a day" 666 Phone 598 White and Eliza
at Club Bagdad in morning on the return trip. by a large and enthusiastic Hla friend cocked up his earL Streets

amiBob's Ii-I I I group of revelers. "Its possible for one Individualto : "Your home is worthy of the beat"
Orchestra will I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING, Dancing continued far into the send the lives of a thousand pea Lqs; l Tdlet first drHEADACHES '

music for the affair which WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. night and. as the phrase goe, a pIe into a tailspin of nnpnnctnallty Salve! -,N...DraP '

tart at 10 o'clock. PHONE 152M. dec20;, good time was had by all. over a mere matter of ten min in 30 ailaut.. 'iI .II.1.1I.1III'I.lII.lIII.lIIIIIIII


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