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 10, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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Associated Press Day Wire Key West, Florida, has the .1

Service. Utbc' 1ep r 'cst
For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14. Fahrenheit

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Party Strategy Becomes Very BIRTHDAY BALL President's- .- National Campaigners on "Polio"When. Administrator Stone ExpectedTo

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Evident: In Manipulations Of FOR NOW ROOSEVELT ARRANGED T 4f ) .:. Extend Invitation To Large

Many Administration- Leaders ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE Delegation To Visit Key West


Bonus Issue Appears To HARRIS' SCHOOL OVER BY MAYOR MALONE few L ,e s i ROTARY CIRCLE Matter Was Made Known

Be Among First Outstanding .' UNIT ASSEMBLES LAST NIGHT 1 HAS VOCATIONAL By Commissioner Por-

Matters To ._ ter At Board Meeting
Be ConsideredBy to be held January 30 in all partsof 0 -.'. + .1 Last Night

the United States will be cele-
ORGANIZATION brated in Key West at the Coun- TAYLOR AND W.

HERBERT PLUMMER DISCUSSES VA.! try Club. This was decided last 1I CURRY HARRIS GIVE TALKS Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida
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RIOUS MATTERS DURING: night at a meeting at which Mayor I !I ERA administrator, will addressthe
IO.-Th. -
I W. II. Malone. general chairman,
strategy behind the decision of INTERESTING SESSION iI i presided. I DIFFERENT SUBJECTSThe I Committee of One Hundred in

I Miami on the night of January
leader on capitol hill to permit I II There were about 25 persons
I i 15, and will possibly invite the
present in to invitationssent
a. early a vote as possible on the Singing the first stanza of"America" response.
.Vocational Service; Committee -
I I opcned.,, the regular out,by Mr. Malone and ,ofthe I t'; t t, i 1 1r. members to pay a visit to Key
bonus tbo'insideis |
say those oa > ,, ,, : .
,-with Everett. Russell i in
meeting of the .fiarris!School Par. , ,MrstJ ola.iS.wicegood.;. ,was I' West This was brought out by

not concerned whollyi I wth"their ent-Teacher, Association..yesterdayafternoon.Following.ihe selected secretary; and! B. C. Papy,J \ .1yI I charge'l put, on a prgraBtoday il
I Commissioner Wra. R. Porter
desire to get the session off, to M. ,song,the treasurer., at the Rotary Luncheon, with

Lord's ,Prayer ,swap recited ,in unison The f ollowing,,,comr iittee,, .appointment I I during an informal discussion at
"harmonious start"The th'c I
I Eddie Strqnk president ,of
,, were made;;,,, Harold; I ., t be regular meeting of the board
play also is directed the Members the Ministerial\ ,Alliance . Ballou, chairman., ,publicity;-W..C. I t\"M NAI I Ir .organization,.presiding. i

forming committee.brought! Harris,,chairman, ticket saleDr. in-. last night.
so-called rule which Two interesting and
discharge so very
to the attention of the meetingthe H. C. Galey, chairman, ballroom; President Roosevelt recently handicaps of the disease. Seventy York, treasurer and trustee of Present Chairman.
plagued the house leaders in the ordinance relative to dispensing Mrs. Fred Kirtland, chairman, pro- I consented to "lend" Ills cents of every dollar raised this the Institute for the Crippled and structive talks were given. One were Carl
last session. of inoxicating liquor recently gram; John Pinder, chairman, music 53rd birthday anniversary on year communities will go to aid raising these the victimsin mon- Disabled. Paul and de a Kruif noted, philanthropist formerly a- by Charles Taylor, manager of the Bcrvaldi Commissioners; Norbert;

passed by the city council. ; Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., chair- ) Jan. 30, 1935, to a nationwideball bacteriologist at Rockefeller Institute Porter Dock Company, who talkedon Thompson, Braxton B., Warren
This rule, which permits 145 The committee members. Rev. man, entertainment. i it I II j proceeds of which will be ey.The other 30 cents will be and famous as an author the subject of :
members of the house to force a J. C. Gekeler and Rev. E. R.1 As soon as the appointments used to fight infantile paralysis, turned over to the President'sBirthday will be secretary, while EdwardS. steamship Brokers and Nathan Niles. Clerk RossC.
Evans, stressed the fact that there j again the country's attention was Ball Commission for In- Harkness (lower left), a trustee and agents.
I were made the general chairman Sawyer Attorney William V.
vote on any measure, has been is no provision made in the ordin- announced that aPthese I focused on the seriousness of the fantile Paralysis Research head- I I of the Presbyterian Hospitaland The other was by W. Curry
used twice before to bring the as soon disease. ed by Col. Henry L. Doherty of the Metropolitan Museum Albury and Chief Deputy Clem-
the distance dis-
ance a f committees were formed and per The map above shows the (lower center) of New York and of New York, will be the treas- Harris, who spoke on the question
bonus to the floor of the house pensary of liquor must be from a fected by their chairmen, another [ number of orthopedic hospitals :Miami who was chairman of the urer. of criminal: law practice. ents Jaycocks.In .

and on each occasion it has been school. 'I meeting will be called for further in the United States recognizedby 1934 Birthday Ball for the Presi- Other members of.the Commission Miss Alee Curry rendered two the event that Mr. Stone
The association assured the the American Medical Asso- dent and was recently appointedto are Felix M. Warburg. Sen-
passed. committee that the members will arrangements.It ciation: and their location. These serve in the same: capacity in ator James Couzens, John S. beautiful vocal solos, accompaniedby does extend the invitation, and it
Similar action is expected in take active in the move- I was moved and seconded that C9 today carry the load in giving 1935. Burke Edsel B. Ford Leasing Miss Cleo Kemp. : is accepted, it will be up to the
an part the tickets be priced at $1 for treatment to the 200,000 persons Vice-chairman Is Jeremiah Rosenwald. Mrs. Nicholas Brady I
the coming! session. ment for the protection of the each person, and on vote this arrangement iu the country who bear the Milbank (lower right) of NewTODAY'S and Raymond B. Fosdick. Mr. Bigelow, revenue agent atI commissioners, city council: and

House leaders therefore, admitting : schools and pupils. I prevailed. 1 I t . Key West, Mr. Miller, connected business men to entertain the
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they probably can't do Two pupils of the school enter: The general chairman explained ;iI I with the Trevor & Morris firm, i visitors, said Mr. Porter.

anything about it, want to get the tained by singing the a Lullaby by Miss accompanied -! that the proceeds from the ball' : SURGEON HART were guests of the club. i Depository accounts of the
on piano
this will be dif !
I apportioned
thing over with as quickly as pos- Marie Knowles. They were heartily; ferently year from the revenue derived :( WEATHER I) W. W. Demeritt spoke on ,the i board for the month of Decemberwere

sible. Then they plan a deter- applauded. ',last year. I]r i I RETIRED FROM matter of the proposed inland I checked. found correct, and
Mrs. Wesley Archer acting in the project from Miami to the chairman.
mined assault on the dischargerule Then the receipts after I approved by
in an effort to require thata absence of Mrs. Mary Day, the secretary -I ditures were deducted, all exp'n-I Temperature day; little change in temperature. Key West, and urged that Ro- Reports of county official:

read the minutes of the I the Warm Springs Foundationt Highest; ..._..___?_.79 I I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:,j ACTIVE DUTIES tarians and other citizens get in ,I covering the 'last six month
the house affix !
majority of last meeting which were approve, r Lowest _.______.69Mean' touch wtih the sgntatives in: ti
Fund. This 70 percent of Gentle to .northwest] .1 rep )
year . . ....nioderatg} : ; *
+ follows
ir such petitions.Such ., . .. ... I .'. ..- '* yg- ----- -- ffr "' ana period In'1934-were TO Tas
tfcf .jyrnaturesutu h- 'ryaPrincipal-$- .. --' th"f'nefv'proeeeds"wnr be'retaim d j :! _1. ...,; .. . rT.rr.Tt backing to west or southwest winds!' Washington, firge" them td:
: things as the Townsend W. C. Duncan called I I by'the. local committee for the 1 I!Normal Mean ...__. _CD: : ;' HEAD OF UNITED STATES MA-I have the necessary funds appro..: :
old-age pension plan and the like attention to a number of dresses, treatment of infantile paralysis < Rainfall :I and fair weather tonight and Fri-I I priated to carry on this work. : Tax Assessor J. Otto Kirch- I

are in the offing, it i u pointedout sweaters other warm clothing: and sufferers and 30 percent will bet I: Yesterday's: Precipitation T. Ins. j day o j RINE HOSPITAL HERE PRE., William Malone announced the heiner: Total receipts. $4,425.62;

and the leaders are taking no shoes, which had been donated by sent to the national committee tb.(Normal Precipitation .... .08 In!. j I East Gulf: Gentle to moderate!! PARING TO LEAVE ON JANUARY Roosevelt Birthday Ball to be giv-: expenditures, $1,237.89; net $3-

chances.: some of the leadnig stores in Key I be used in research work and con- j TfcU rrcurJ roirrr. :1-hour.... prrlwdt. 'I winds: mostly: west and southwfit.Wr.ATIIlHl :;; en at the Country Club on Janu-I 18773.
thanks radius al N uVlork I bin : !I jTomorrow's '
West. On motion vote of I 16Surgeon Clerk Ross C. Sawyer Total'
a | :
national Rotariansto
Banking Legislation trol of the disease in the I ary 30, end asked all
was! offered the givers of the campaign. Ah4.DacSun CUNUfI'IUNSPressure ir forth efforts toward mak- receipts, $2,725.86; expenditures,
Washington observers are as goods. I I rises ........... ........ 7:14 a. m. I I put $610.05 net, $2,115.81.
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Others present in to. ing it a grand success. !
much at sea as ever as to what Announcement was made by the response Sun sets .... ..........._. 5:56 p. m. :!I i United j I 1 Tax Collector Frank II. Lad:!:
invitation other than those is relatively high this R. W. Hart, Sebastian Cabrera spoke of the
the administration has in mind in president that the next meetingof apI ,. Moon rises ................11 :-13 a. m. .j ]|' I'I Total receipts $2,158.17; ex-
I pointed on committees were: Mrs. on the middle Gulf coast. in proposed drive for memberships]
morning : Service
States Public Health ,
the way of banking legislation in the association will be held 7-45 Moon sets ._............... j I ; penditures, $778.61 ; net, $1-
W. II. Malone Mrs.\ Robert Lord, I and low throughout, the rest of the j jj for the Public Library of Key ,
the coming session. o'clock in the evening of February 'First Quarter, 11th .. :3:55 p. m.Tomorrow's I charge of the Marine hospital, has I II I379J56.
I Mrs. G. N. Goshorn Mrs. JohnI j country from the Rocky: Mountain West which is to be put on by the
The slightest move in this direction !i- 13, in combination with'the celebration I I ;i been retired and is making pre- I Gunn Total
Titles i Judge Hugh : re-
I Key, Mrs. Edith Rhodes Foster, I States eastward with disturbances | I Woman's Club and stated that
around the treasury or of Founder's Day. It will I Mrs. Lewis Pierce, Messrs. John I A.M. P.M.:\ lover Ontario, Sault Ste. Marie parations to leave January 16,"j memberships for the period of this '!tceipts! $1,062.09; expenditures,

White House provokes all sorts of also be termed Father's Night. Key, B. Curry Moreno J. J. Trevor High ..._.._......... 2:27 2:13 l Mich., 2U.48: inches and on the (I with Mrs. Hart and daughter Miss! month can be obtained for $1.00, I III !i $441.50; net, $620.59.

peculation. For instance, whenit Mrs. M, E. Berkowitz advised "! William V. Albury. Leo. II. I Low.................... 8:08 J:42J: j I north Atlantic coast New York 'i Ruth Hart.It j and urged the club to render all'''. Justice of The Peace Rogelio
was revealed that the federal that the Florida ERA had promised -! Warren. J. W. Pinder. Everett R. i Barometer at 8 a. m., today: i 1 City, 2D.C2 inches. Snow has occurred i is their intention to make the II I. aid possible in this undertaking. Gomez: Total receipts, 634.21 ;

reserve board! had decided not to to let the association know in 1 Rivas, Bascom L. Grooms J. Sea level, 29.90: during the last! 24 hoursin trip to the west coast by automo- .f expenditures, none; net $634.21.
fill at this time vacancies in the the near future about donating M. E. Gilfond, I I I County Solicitor! Aquilino
i Lancelot Lester. the Lake Superior region and bite, traveling by easy stages to
post of reserve agent in severalof shades and lights for the class'. Judge Jefferson B. Bronwe, Lieutenant : Lowest Highest! rain! in the lower Lake region 'j I San Diego, Calif., where they will RELIEF LABOR I Lopez, Jr.: Total receipts $720;

the reserve districts: all ports rooms, and also about marl to be, W, B. Jackson U. S. N., I Station Last Night Yesterday' north znd middle Atlantic States make their residence for the future expenditures) none; net $720.

of explanations were heard. used as fill for the school grounds.On Oliver Armayor and Dr. J. A. Val- Abilene ............46 80 and in portions of the Carolinas, j! in Mrs.\ Hart's old home city.I WILL BE USED I In a communication from the
Many interpreted the board'sdecision roll call Mrs. Dumont Hud-'
"Ides. I Atlanta ....._..-.. 48 6-1 the amounts being heavy in New i i Dr. Hart was assigned to dutyat I State Pension Board it was ad-

what changes to the congress uncertainty will over be the leston downstairs won the clashes class! banner and Mrs.for' i Boston ........_..... 36 56 t England. Boston, Mass.: reporting' the hospital\ 11933'., jand assum. ON FORT WORK': vised there were two citizens: of
Key ,West receiving pensions
: There
2.56 inches. haveUobeen: [
asked to make this winter in the :Meador thatitof, tfctt) lasses up- FORMER .LOCALRESIDENTS 1 i Buffalo .........._ :31; 38 'rains in !] ed hisiutJ t l << fitwtombalrd..I I the board: Mrs. Kate Baldwin
California. Temperatureshave
national structure. Tke "" 'IU Charleston ....... 52 68 '; relievin prj (
banking !!tnin. : ij ] 573 street and Mrs. M. M.UCartin. .
I fallen in north D kpta.dnd Greene
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board! couldn't! get the type of A special-meeting: of the Room t 1 Denver ..._---....-. :34 50 ; ; d l efl ll ; 1209 United street, and 4 4F
ARE northern Minnesota. WhljfUun. N.Dn .ATUte"l [STONEN
;cilia. J
men it desires, it was said, tq accept Mothers was called and N/ Nellie '' I Detroit ..._......... 36 40 ) 't i j *. : *tf F asked for approval.
Nvas'appolntetf\ : cUr-; ... .'.. reporting a minimum *PJC! w f tFrrt i<(yj3J'f' duty of pr:, t r .
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appointments unless hey \ Dorgan r ; : Galveston 60 CG MAKES STATEMENT ",PERW On motion carried Clerk Saw-
1 VISITMR. ... ........ this morning,: and co lfr., }fcWtVf'prevails I jfltrj tf' jh&/l ll| a number'ofrchabiiitatlcn : ,! '
ON Havana
could be assured of a degree of :ulan, .D l.taeq Af i-'Jhrkowiq,: HERE f r 72 in the Florida pcniasitfff.* toliJy' v yer was instructed t. advise the

permanency.Not. who at the last !meeting, tendered, I Huron .._............ 20 ' 38 beg activities and | TAINlNG TO RESTORATIONI board''that the two named citizenJlwere'
the at \ detail
'. temperature ,Miami the in ,
OrtlWl* I[ I institutTonb.perfect
Jacksonville 52 70
her tl'Ci ignarfon.r -
Yet I STRUCTUREI entitled to the pensions.
Resigning Kansas City ....., 30 48 15 degrees lower than that aJtKejj ',.fclcan. and: up tol}$laemJinutetin! I OF OLD.
Gossip and rumor to the con- -1t AND MRS. N. A. OTIS NOW I Wed Temperatures continue near I every requirement. A resolution was adopted instructing
KEY, WEST ___ 68 79 j j -
trary, Chester Davis, AAA administrator CONCERT TONIGHTAT I''I or above normal throughout the I I Grounds have been beautified J I the clerk to write the
NEB.. Little Rock16 6.2i *
he has inten- madein I tar A.s.elated Ire*) comptroller asking permission to
says no I country. and many changes have been I
I i I Los Angeles ...... 52 56 I '
i ii
tion of resigning his post for WILL REMAIN SEVERAL| *" G. S. KKNNHnY.Official ; the landscaping plans, 'making'j 'I JACKSONVILLEFla., Jan. 10. transfer the earn of $890 from
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PARKSelections Louisville .. 48 58 I
BAYVIEW : fund to
i Florida indebtedness
i i Julius Stone Emergency the general
in CluiigrBLAZE beautiful j- F. -
some time to come. i the site! one of the most
Miami .... .__...... 5-1 80 j i
Here's the reason he gave when WEEKS I on the island and one which is Relief Administrator, is authority . the advertising fund.
I Minneapolis ...... 24 36 I ,
such i viewed hundreds of winter' for the statement that relief -
asked directly about re- to be offered at the by a
New Orleans .... 54 70 IN FOURTH
and tourists. I labor would be used to restore GRAINS AT PEAK
ports: West ( vi-itors
concert of the Key Hospitality New York ........ 52 58 I ,
"I've about 15 of 1 After an absence of 30 years, Many friends of the family in For Jefferson, which was yesterday -
spent years Band tonight were announcedtoday. .
Pensacola .......... 52 70 AS YEAR CLOSED
my life in an effort to have The concert will be givenin I Mr.J and Mrs. N. A. Otis have returned -({.l St. Louis .......... 40 50 }! OF JULY BUILDING Key West have expressed regrets | designated as a national monument -

created: an agency such as the Bayview Park and is to startat I to Key West for a visit of I II' ,t' Salt Lake City. 42 48 I i i to The Citizen upon learning oftheir ;I by an executive order of Associate Tress)
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agricultural adjustment admin- 7:45 P. M. 'several weeks before leaving for -- <. leaving and wish for them President Roosevelt.
I San Francisco .. 48 52 ; Jan. 10.--President
istration. I intend to see it The program follows: I' their home in Omaha, Nebraska.I II 'Seattle .............. 32 44 ENTIRE REAR OF PLACE WAS,' happiness in their new home. ; The.executive order transferredtitle Peter CHICAGO Carey ,of the Chicago Boardof

through. I've been offered other March-Key West HospitalityBand. Mr. Otis will: be remembered by ;; Tampa .......... 56 72 t Past Assistant Surgeon E. II. of structure and property' Trade dollars arc
jobs, yes, but I'm not interested." I a number of Key Westers as a I Washington ..-.... 50 54 FOUND ON FIRE THIS f! Carnes U. S. P. H. S., has been ; from the navy department to the i in says American fanners'
United States 'assigned to relieve Dr. Hart and of the interior. jingling ;
Iron K. L. musician in the department
Count King-Key
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Williston .. 0 24 I time in
i' MORNING 1 pocket*rtodaytthan any
West Hospitality Band. I Army at the barracks here, at- : {Iis expected to arrive on, or before I
CUBA BRINGS IN Running Wild. Fox Trot II. tached to the 121sV company of ', WEATHER FORECASTKey i January 15 from :Mobile. For: some time the matter 'of.J several. ; y e ar of

Gibbs-Key West HospitalityBand. I artillery.Mrs. 'I having the restoratioji work start- 'Ope; J>illjon/dDlIars increase

90 PASSENGERS Otis has a number of rela- I To say that the Fourth of July ; ed has been one of the! favorite}!farm income Jor 1934 ,as compared -
West and Vicinity: Fair THREE BUILDING President
with 1933 is
Sky High. Popular Medley, T. tives In Key West and many !y burned on the morning of January projects of Mr. Stone. He.to4k up,
and Friday change
tonight ; 10 sound unreasonable but is the matter with Washington and | Carey's estimate. A statement by
M. Taylor-Key West HospitalityBand. friends. She was before marriage may I
Steamship Cuba, of the P. and Miss Jennie McNamara. She left T I nevertheless true. PERMITS ISSUED I since the idea was presented,'several him issued today says: -

1 O. S. S. company, arrived yesterday Blue Hawaii Waltz, A. Baer-.I Key West with her husband in I I' :' r@ J At 1:40 o'clock this morning on officials of the National Park Thia is i reflected in greater
afternoon from Havana Key West Hospitality Band. 1904. j I Service have visited the fort,'embarking purchasing power. Lines of busi-

with 65 first and 13 second class "Honey," Fox Trot, S. Simon After leaving they settled in f corner I I Three building and repair per- from Key West. ness that sell to the farmer Such are

passengers for Key West, 12 first Key West Hospitality Band. Omaha where Mr. Otis is now the ;summoned engines. Two machines t mils were issued from the office The last group of four was: reporting increased volume.

class passengers for Tampa. Of Vocal Solo--E. Sanchez accom district manager of the Modern I II.: tt from No. 1 Station and one- from |I of Building Inspector Harry Bak- here several weeks ago and wentto increases mean more employment!

oJ the 90 arrivals on the ship there panied by guitar music. Stucco and Supply Co., which op-I ?7 ti\} I No. 3 Station responded. I II{er this week for the following: Tortugas with Harold Ballon,!--a paramount" aid to economic

were 24 aliens. March-Key West HospitalityBand. erates a large manufacturing and I Firemen found the entire rear I New roof at the corner of Fleming of the research and statistics department recovery.

The vessel sailed (6:30; o'clock fupply plant, and covers a wide I ::1 / ? of the cafe shop known a* the! and Duval streets. Owner, S. of the local administration. I Stressing that the farm total

for Tampa with 17 passengers aid Magnetic Overture W. Lewis field of operations in the west. I 1 .(?.41 Fourth of July in flames. After I III. Kress Co.; cost $2,000. income in the United States is

freight. I Key West Hospitality Band. Mr. and Mrs. Otis are enjoying, about one hour they had been | Repairs to floors at 318 Virginia -I On their return to Key West it I! placed at $7,000,000,000 by the

Freighter, Ozark, of the Clyde- Sounds from Erin. Waltzes. C. their stay and are looking forward! Fair subdued and the signal recallingthe : i street. Owner, Miss Lulu was said they were favorable to government, Carey continues:

Mallory Lines, is due to arrive at W. Bennet-Key West Hospitality to a time in the near future when apparatus was sounded. Schenrer; cost, $40. the idea of making the fort a national "The extra billion at this stage i

Key West tomorrow evening from I Band. Mr. Otis will retire from business in temperature; gentle to moder-J The property is owned by lire.! Repairs -to porch and floors at I monument and would so I of recovery should prove an immense 1

New Orleans
and ,Jacksonville. t Key West Hospitality Band. home in Key West. Florida,: Fair tonight and Fri ,! it was said. t 1 A. Albury estate; cost, $50. _ington. to normal times. is "



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hi A COSTLY SIGNATURE '............................................*. will be played at the Army Field ........................
aLlC i B.Ct;' r ) 1:: I .
.._ .1 KEY WEST IN and it is expected a record crowd Today In History
1'U"lIlOb Daily Except Sunday By SOCIETY I will\ be in attendance.
Till: CITlZiI'l'BLIIIIlNG: co.. IN'C. Many a man's signature is worth :-: :-: ........................
L. V. AllTMAN, I'mldrut. much more than $28,500 when attached Beyond doubt it will require a 1776-Thomas Paine's "C m-
From Th CUUen Building
I Nina de Lisa 1 I Happenings. Here Jest 10 Years faster! and harder fighting quin- Sense urging the imme-
Corner Greene and Ann Street to a check or other commercial paper! hut Leslie, Editress li mon ,
I j: Age Today At Taken Frm tet to defeat the Married MenS
diate declaration of independence -
'alt Dally Newspaper: In Key West; and Monroe i a mere autograph of no intrinsic value I 'PIIO )E: 752-j j ji!i I i The Filet Of The CitizenS five that has yet been pitted
County. r I i brought that amount, when Dr. A. S. W. ..ee.oee..e..e.....e...............e.e..ee....ee. i S I against this group of consistent! anonymously published
: Philadel
of 47
: J winners. This is the opinion of a
nu'red at K'tollt, :"Florida as second class matter Rosenbach bought it at an auction in New \ Casa Marina Bridge Tea Held !| Key Wen in iis entire; n..11!I number of basketball fans, who phia.
riFTV-Sl\TII 1KAH ;,history has never been visited by
have watched the team in action

1..Ioe-r .r the "' .._ta.... PH_ York. I Yesterday Was Greatly Enjoyed:|fc more orderly and courteous set j I and again witnessed their victoryover Ig40--England's famous Penny
. .u Associated Tress republlcatlon\ of all newa dispatches credited to I -- I i crews of His British Majesty's The Postage: Act in dtect.192o.lCatification .
night. 31 to
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and al.> I j nett whose chief claim to fame rests upon The Bridge Tea held yesterday i i I Consul-General Hurst and a social':' Cruisers Constance and Curlew. sC'orewas 22'1 i __
the local newa published! here. I with the losers! fighting hard !
: 'j afternoon at Casa Marina was a ,i leader Washington, I>. C., -'The; vessels arrived December 31 winners of the Trea-
I the fact that he signed the Declaration of poured the gaining an -easy! vie- j

tm e Tar _......fCtll'TIOHATES...:... .. ........_..._...........__=10.00Fix I simply grand affair, and definitely .!'i for :Mrs. Atherton 11. Harlaaj,i i and sailed today for British lion.I tory.. ty of "e'lamesth the exception -
Slonths ...._...__ __ b.V1'" Independence as a rather obscure dele or primary importance on the duras. The officers say they have
Three Months ..........>.-..............__._r- %.10' Key West; social calendar. I I| of New Canaan Conn.. :Mrs. Davit'I.I never visited other where of the U. S.1923American.
One Weekly Month.. _...._.. n"._"..___.-. .. .n.Z. gate from Georgia to the Continental Con- The smart tea and afternoon:j': Rice of Boston, :Mas.: and the I' they were more any lavishly city entertained The Twelve afternoon Pal Club enjoyed a j I -

gress. The reason for the high value gowns worn by the ladies were,: Consul-General. I II | or shown more courtesies delightful yesterday m I troops on the
Al t KllTl9l.\Ci HATi-: fresh beautiful and riot of|| Mrs. Robert l Lori poured fcr I guests of Miss Maragret Curtis at
,, than in Key West. }During I
Made known on applicatlon.l'1(1AL < Rhine ordered home.
$ NOTICE placed upon this autograph i is: that it is I i color, rivalling in splendor the i Mrs. Yates Porter, Mrs.\ n. Pap,:[ stay they were guests at a con- the home of her parents on Fleni- '

All reading' notices, cards of thanks, resolutions efNHXct the only one known to be in existence, I many varieties of tropical flow'. Mrs. J. C. Key. I IIrs. j tinual round of social affairs, ing street! Singing and other
rbituary notices, etc. will be charged: for at J forms of amusement were enjoyed. II 1929 America's and Influenza
.. ers set about in bowns interspersed -,j: -:\ Andrew :Milk"wa: hostess I which concluded with a luncheon grip -
: rate or 18 rents a line.
I .
No tic's for entertainments by churches from which except that on the Declaration itself. with delicate ferns. and poured for M.M. V. A. Johnson -I j! yesterday by Cuban Consul Domingo -' Appetizing refreshments were epidemic reached Europe.
t revenue Is to be derived are C cents a lln*. I 1 I' served I
The Citizen is aft open forum and Invites discus Not a great deal is known of Gwin- Bridge tables were in progress'' and : T. K. Johnson 'fi Milord.
Won. of public Ub"ps and subjects of local or generalittrrFt from 3:00 to 5:00, after which i Peoria, 111.I .
, but it v ill not publi Anonymous communl nett, except that he was a rather aggres- tea was served on the garden ter-,i I Mrs\ Clifford Hicks poured for,I -- I One eyed automobiles' are still 1931-Slavery and forced labor
Ui'.ns. I "The memory lingers, is the
found serious Liberia.
I in
- I sive politician, who was defeated for the race of the hotel and a musical i her group, comprising some: of the,phrase of a well known advertiser, operating in Key West despitethe
program. was rendered by Casa j' most prominent women in the efforts of the police force, and
Valiton, the vanisher: may be using governorship of Georgia, failed to secure Mrs. and this: is true of the many visitors .......................*
I Marina Orche.stra.Mrs. j city Xorberg Thompsx*. the articles which have appeared I
who have been in Key West.'
vanishing cream. the post of brigadier-general of Georgia I William! H. :Malone poured t Mrs. II. C. Galey, MM. FreJ Deri- Many letters have been receivedby : in The Citizen. Officers of the Today's HoroscopeS
tea for her guests Mr\ !?. Cirola R. zanz. Mrs. J. J. Trevor Mrs. W. J. police force can stand at the- corner .
The Citizen, Chamber of Commerce .S...S 55...... .secs....
The beneficence of a community fallson troops, and was killed in a duel, all in the ''I Ketchings, Mrs.I Mary C. :Milner,(; Phelan. Mrs. S. Paul Vecker, Mrs.' and other orgartzatlons of Fleming and Duval streetsor I
I ;
1777 less than Miss Elizabeth Sharplty and Miss>>:1; C. Curry, Mrs.: Charles Wardlow, any other corner and see many I day gives a fixity of purpose -
tax paycl'and: tax dodgel'alike.: year eleven months after I from visitors praising theily of
: Mary C. Wjlliams, with her customary : Mrs.! Charles Thompson, Miss!' Key West and its people. The of these cars with but one light I : and skill of performances
he had signed the Declaration of In- i ra'end charm. 1 j, Mary Trevor and Miss Annie Lois latest from Mr. and Mrs. J. in front and no lights; in the rear. which: combined with a power of
The difference between a toreador I Mrs.. Lewis Pierce Hicks. : one Drivers of have the I should make
dependence. He i prominent one eyed cars adaptation, you a
was killed by his suc- I A. Jenkins, of Hickory, N. C., '
and a politician is that the former doesn't I I socialite, entertained and pouredfor Miss 1 Florence(' Sawyer, popular! tell!. of the delightful stay as other drivers at a disadvantage.!' leader. If the strain; of egotism

shoot the bull. S .;. ", : ,ce'!sfdl] rival, for the leadership of tho I her guests: Mrs.\ O. S. Long, Junior Woman's Club memlxr.! guests of Mr. !and Mrs. Sebastian: They can ,,,determine the situation and vanity which always goes \
j Wfa forte's Mcintosh i :Mrs.' George Lucas, MYs. Victor entertained and poured for Mrs. in of cars"with i two lights while the with this degree is allowed to grow
Gen ,. G neral t. c b lan: : Cabrera and will elpiy3 keep
rl 1 f M ;.f.U. Mrs. II. S. Iexterairs.< P. D. Holloway. Miss I i LlUra10: their hospitality and( the man driving that car must get !you may.not be greatly loved; but,

People who untJe' \r.t: human: lt'1Hr; denounced Button aft scoundrel ''Hugji_ Taylor, Mrs. Harry: N. S.' line and Misa.M'argaret' Aiken. memory(pleasure of' meeting hem'and close to the tar with one light.before with reasonable control, there is
m .Z'/V4i4>' 'c > I" :Jones, Mrs. Melvin I Russell. r; 'Mrs.: Isobel! A. Ball, charmin*, being able' to determine just great promise of success.
nature are the ones that -lirowd: i .jrl'a public/Qonveutfon.} ; their delightful, friends. i I
... "" ".-1Q'ti- ; . I t.- Mrs. Stephen W. ftuuglass, one. young matron poured for her what part of the road the car occupies.
Key West and every vb i el l o.':. According. to a' contemporary writer, i of the most popular hostesses in i( guests who included members! ofi Subscribe for Th Citizen.

.",..... .... W' .,..,i' 'JGwinnctt I I' General" KeY,Wegt poured! for Mrs. Ello G. the mart< younger !st-t in < Key .Mc. and Mrs,. Wallace. It1lOrkearrived ... _ .. 1
.challenged the to "give -- --------- -
; here yesterday the ;
I Curry, Mrs. Arthur Pastorini and West society, Mrs. Louise, Auxier, on
Truman T. Felt, of the Miami Daily yacht Maiinette and after spending CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
satisfaction for it as a gentleman before Mrs. Stephen F. Lowe. I. :\Irs.: Eola Swicegood, Mrs.
News editorial staff, does his "lying" on 6& Mrs.\ G. W. Owen, active in social Charles Taylor, Mrs. Allen a short time with Mrs. Kirke's THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
sunrise next in James I
the sands. Everybody to his taste. morning Wright's affairs, poured for Mrs. )5.M. ., Cleare, Jr., Mrs. Earl Julian grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. JosephY. <<
pasture." The General sent word that Duncan Mrs.\ J. r'. Shounls,j I Mrs. Robert Krueger had asher i Porter went to the Porter KEY WEST '
houseboat' Idler, which is mooredin as at the close of bn inet December 31, 1934
I. Mis.\ W. Hunt Harris, 31 r!-. Wi-! guests!': Mrs. Frederick Kirt-
Charles Butterworth, the cinema "the hour was earlier than his usual, but liain R. Porter. land. Mrs. Bernard DeWitf, and I the basin between Key West Comptroller' Call

com.edian with the dry humor, cites Citizen would assuredly meet him with a pair of Mrs.\ Carlton B. Hurst, wife of. Mrs. William II. Bainbrid f'. and Stock Island. Mrs. Kirk is RESOURCESLoans
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William and Investments' .... $ 305,639.43Overdrafts
Hemingway as his favorite writer, if you pistols only. The narrator continues: -----.--.- --.-.- ---- -. - It, Porter and was wedded to ................,... 71.C1

are interested. "Early next morning (May 5, 1777)) Mr. Kirke last Saturday in the Banking House, FurnitureV
Miss Jennie Elwood Becomes
-after politely saluting each other-immediately i Episcopal church at Bronxville, and Fixtures --- 33,082.33
Bonds of States and Possessions
New York. Mr. and Mrs. Porter I -
Gaiti, the local barber, says it takes -each took his stand and agreedto Bride Of Cherries Richardson who were in New York for the, of the United

about 250 strokes with his razor to shave fire as they could ; both pistols went off --- wedding, are expected to arrive on Other Bonds and Securities 74204.03

the average face. Not including his strokeof nearly at the same time, when Mr. Gwin- The marriage of Miss' Jennie held !some': months ago: and corned today's, train, which is due here Stock of the Federal Reserve -

good nature we presume.It nett fell." Elwood. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I a large bridal bouquet of shortly before 3 o'clock this aft- Bank _.___.u 6,000.00Temporary
Ray Ehvood; and Charles Richardson calla lilies.! ernoon. Federal Deposit
ron of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I After the ceremony a receptionwas Insurance fund 1,954.01

looks like President Roosevelt i is THE 18 GREATEST Richardson, took place Tuesday i held at the Elwood home on Editorial Comment: The publicbe United ment States Obligations Govern-direct i. I

shaking off the spell of those impracticalbrain evening at 7:30: at St. Paul's Ashe street, which was attended served and the knockers be and fully guaranteed t

trusters, and listening to some sound Picking the world's greatest men, Church with Father A. B. Dim-| by about three hundred. The wedding damned, ....__._.._832744.73
mick officiating. T1e ceremonywas cake a tiered masterpieceof -'' Cash and due from Banks 05.168.97 1,31.913.10
advice. Now we will be getting some like selecting an all-star football team, is private attended only by I grace and beauty, was greatly The All American baseball o

where. a difficult proposition-one in which f' no members of the bride and groom. admired, as were the vast assort- team is in readiness! for the battle $1,888,235.79
The matron of honor was the ment of lovely and well-chosen to be fought Sunday with the LIABILITIES
two would reach the .
persons likely same 4' .
groonv's sister, Mrs. Will Baez and gifts. Regulars.! Manager Paul Albury I Capital ....4 100,000.00.
The Great of Gizeh the result independently. Undivided Profits ._._ 65,007.42
Pyramid and
Mr. Baez acted as best!': man. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson have has the Regulars tuned up to a Surplus 100OOO.0l'

tomb of Cheops, took 100,000 men 20 The feat was attempted, however, by The bride was beautifully attired . taken an apartment on Newton high pitch, and) Manager Quin Circulation Deposits ..._-...._._-._- .._..- .- .-. .-- 1633228.37 .
the in a white satinVe din street, at the home of Mr. and Jan Lopez has his boys ready and II
years to build, according to Herodotus. University Washington, some time ,
gown and fillet veil, the same Mrs. Will Baez, where they will! eager for the contest. Th 1,888,235.70
Probably that's the way they beat the de- ago, with a view to placing statues of the gown which she modeled' successfully -1 I 1 be at home to their host of I :.came -- -...

prersion:: some :5000: years ago. world's eighteen greatest on the facade ofa at the Cabaret Show friends! in Key West.

new public library, the following being --- --. -. -.- -- rl'l'lll.I.I.I.lI.I'A"8..1--- ',I.JI/T"II :"t!

The Tampa Tribune says that Julius selected. \
: Make Arrangements Junior Club
Stone is just about king of Key West Adam Smith, social science : Beethoven I
For Bridge Tea Meet Tomorrow
though no one has yet dubbed him that. music; Dante, poetry; Darwin, I JANUARY

The Tribune should be patient. At present -j J biological science. ; Leonardo da Vinci, I Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, president -I All arrangements have been

Mr. Stone is: just a prince-of good fel art; Benjamin Franklin, public service; of the board of Parent- completed for the social meeting

lows. Goethe, poetry; Grotius, international law; Teacher Association of Junior-I of the Junior Woman's,! Club to beheld
I tomorrow afternon at G
Galileo, physical science; Gutenberg, Senior High School, has announced " 'clck.

At nydiiight on the last day of the I printing; Herodotus, history; Homer, that a benefit: bridge tea for t The affair will!! be held in the PAINT SPECIALS

past year, one of the most aggravating of I poetry; Justinian, law and administration; the Student Aid ot the Key West!': home of the Key West Woman's
High School will be held next I club on Division street. Mrs. Homer
the "nuisance" taxes, the 2-cent levy on : Moses, religion; Newton, mathematics and Wednesday afternoon, January Herrick and Miss Florence,

bank checks, died a natural death. Thereis physics; Pasteur, medical science; Plato, 16. at Casa Marina. I Sawyer, will be hostesses.

no mourning either from depositor of philosophy; Shakespeare, drama. \\This, it i is agreed, i is a very SHERWIN WILLIAMS, METRO-
prthy cause, and,, Mrs' Berkowitz the bridge tea may be made by, PALMER FLAT OR GLOSS
banker, and neither believes the lawgiver. One of the j :itri1d'iia' !' ; }1)ecbPof this lice Cities.tKat'I : aid! is urgently .needed calling either Mrs. Berkowitz al t, P.OLITAN. 'OR COMMON-:
{1L >? *! I .: WHITE PAINT.-
will revive it, evn if it did bring' in10. ,- -is: that it 'includes three poets besidesShakespeare ta I ncf requested.Reservations.. II for I 765 or Mrs. W. P. Kemp at 579. ''WEALTH' . FLAT.WHIJE.: i ;

000,000 a year to the'Lovernindith '. i if>dilbitfi'fkhift' i bryh""' -..- 11'II - - -- --.- -- PAINT'J.: : "1 Gallon 1.CJms,"< ....
d . ,
; ents; the most liket 'i.l\.j\ 2.r,9grtl.:; ............, ............} MiiiLICENSES .'' ... r .!.., .,. $1.50
"O N M-IM THREE In 1, Gallon Cans, ,. >-ix !P"" '
The Citizen is pleased? to note that fame, however] un'practical f e 1fi1ti'rt1u1i i 'a: / > : ', $1 ..90''a :
,3 Ir sAnniversaries. .
II per gallon - -- .. .
'' '
the Woman's Club i i-'agAin i 'goin: J tot b'e" ,?'flV: career* j lurl at<'s'1'f- U T.-t!J ICl'' ISSUEDThere 1 Ih Gallon Cans II' : ::, I

very active this season 'in promoting the Franklin is th0'on1' American in the 1 I In' 5 Gallon'' Cans . .. 80c
; $1 75 at ."_ _'....__......;_.... ,...
welfare of Key West through its social list, which may not be so poor a showingas .................. &&a.. per- gallon ....-...... ?

and cultural activities and helpful endeavors it first appears, considering that the en- 1737-Ethan Allen Vermont have been only three

that make for better things. There tire historical period from Moses onward leader of the "Green Mountain marriage licenses issued from the t
Boys" in Revolutionary days,
i b no m.ore potent influence in a com- i is covered in the search for celebrities. born office of Probate Judge Hugh
at Litchfield. Conn. Died ZILOV
munity than the rightly exercised influence at Burlington, Vt., Feb. 12, 1789. i Gunn during the first 10 days"* of I V

i One of these! was issued during:
--- 1804-Oakes Ames, the Massachusetts _the first three days Two are recorded A Sherwin Williams product that has become very I
Bob Newhall, the sports commentatorand A survey of the development' of the primaryidea shovel manufacturer andcongressman for
week ending January -
who. at the solicitation i. I popular in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the'act that .
raconteur, admits his ignorance in not in Florida furnishes an interesting study . 10.
) of Lincoln and others, risked I These issues made to. it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead
knowing whether fish can hear except To Peter O. Knight of Tampa, goes credit for the his I were
entire fortune in the buildingof Charles Richardson! and Jennie ElI , and Zinc Paint known. A 25 Ib can of this product together -

those commonly referred to as "poor fish." staffing! of the first primary election in Florida, it the Union Pacific R. R., born I'I wood; Hector Cruz and Elena with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for

He can convince himself by coming to Key is believed. . That was when he was a youngster at Easton. Mass. Died May 8,' Garcia.
1873. I pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about
West and going out to Raul's place, where attorney at Fort Myers' then a part of Monroe I
ventor The
scientist and arctic explorer $2.20 per gallon. paint you get compares'with pre-

certain aquatic inhabitants come to the couny. . Key West and Monroe county ranked 1820-Louisa Lane Drew, noted 4 *- born in New York. Died. pared paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.

surface of the water when addressed by among the largest in the state. . Understandingwas actress, Philadelphia theater in, .Phiadelphia, March 17, 1912. 'I

their proper names. And this is no .fish that the Senator and one representative should; manager, wife of a noted actor, .
1847-Jacob II. Schiff, New .
mother of actors and grand- .
story. > j -' come from Key West, the second representativefrom .York banker and Jewish philan. s.t
mother of the Barrymores of |o- IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BUI.BS-15 60 Watt
thropist, born in German Died I' to ,
the "mainland. Knight was nominated for day, born in England. Died at ) : ..

Imagine a Japanese spy taking photo- "mainland" representative at a mass meeting. . Larchmont, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1897.t Sept. 25, 1920. I .. .. . '

graphs of the harbor of St. Petersburg.The There was considerable objection, however, and 1822 L. k .1. ,\\\\\"IIII/ 2 for 15c 1
-Theodore Cuyler. noted
St. Pete Chamber of Commerce hasn'tbeen he proposed a primary, announced himself as a
Brooklyn, N. Y., Presbyterian 1 SPENDYOUR
able to think up such a good pub- candidate. . Republicans had a strong footholdin clergyman born at Aurora N. Y.i I

licity stunt in years.-Sanford Herald. It the "mainland" l part of Monroe County. . Died Feb. 25, 1909. '

fooled the foreign office at Tokyo to suh Shrewd and politically! discerning, even then - I IVACAT1ON I

1833-Samuel T. Hauser, Mon Sooth Florida Contracting & Engineering Oi.MMM
an extent that it had Washington em- Knight haw he would be beaten withdrew in favorof .
'miner banker and t
tana pioneer ,
bassy make representations to our govern- a friend. . Republicans won by a wide margin tt t = THIS YEAR IN r I
governor born at Falmouth, Ky. II 598 Wtt ad Ebn Streets
ment, pointing out that detention of the . Knight came back to the next session as the Died Nov. 10. 1914.1841George i FLORIDA V

Japanese "spy" in St. Petersburg was "not E Et Democratic representative from) Lee county, I i !I "Your home i is worthy of the best"PAGE .

conducive to Japanese-American friend- created by the! previous session.-Behind the Lines W. Melville rear I pyourl l.1H!1 .

ship." I by Oscar M I. Johnson and Kent Watson. admiral one of the founders of 1 I
.-. -". > .... j -\.: .' our present navy famous as in- /IIIII"'lIn\\\' 1 .," '







s Mounted


B VICTOR BRIDGES I I Hanold Lloyd-L'na Merkel in
I Sebastian Cabrera Jr., who was Fine Work-Reason.ble
HERE !in Miami for THE CATS PAW
two days on ;
MRSJOTSFORD 319 Fleming St. Phone Matinee Balcony, lOc Oreb.tra _-
returned yesterday. ANNUAL JANUARY EVENT TO I ;
SYXOrtlS: Clc\la, Trtntk. "That's the remains of the drug. busineSR'1 Key West FloriclFruits
Jtrrif .v....<.*.t cad JUoUy O'BHn. I ; Night, 15-a6e!
sere banded togrtktr in as effort I said. "If you can force yourself to OPEN TOMORROW
to rrrarer a teJwftti. formula.vltrk walk a little It may do you goo hot WrIt stoles from Holly.OfArr. Monroe County Ferry System and I II MORNING
n4 mitrr. iutrrrtt art I put my arm round her waist j I
acre "i trap I* fill aka formula "Lean on me." I added "and if you PITCHING BUT WERE attached to the Ferry Key West, WOMAN IN NEW YORK ASK. Ride In A 3-Place WacoSEAPLANE
.. , .
'II For pope boy and
I I yesterday for a short visit
tnzOtf: '* on 1A. ftaff of feel queer tell me at once. RELIEVED; FINAL SCORE ING ABOUT HER MOTHER'SDEMISE
,, brings Ike awes Hot with his family. Many Key Westers looking -AT-
Mall* *.. lees kidnapped, 11141' Very slowly and with several are -
/oUoirr4 !.. car in cirkaim she was pauses on the Journey we made our WAS 5 TO 5 forward to the Annual January

( dray tk,.; now kosa.wker..ale tt and Kick ftarerutertd kliddes way to the end of the lane. We 1 Mrs. George Plummer, who was Clearance Sale opening at The Lowe's Cash DelinrJ'I 3 RIDES IN ONE

cad Kiel kfm ** ckc4 out could already hear the hum of the spending a while with relatives I'Hub Store tomorow morning.
IAE _. left to guard.**r, leturned yesterday accompanied'! 2-50 mite per hoar idea OB
approaching taxi and as we reachedthe The four clubs in the Senior Tremendous savings offered Mrs. Harold A. Smith of New White Turnip the water.
corner. It came trundling down + by her sisters Misses! Agnes and
Baseball exhibi- this are no exception to oth-
League played an year 1-100 mile
Fresh rid. ia
!II Beets
Chapter 30 the wet road and pulled up exactlyIn tion The final( Emma Ryan; of New York, who II |er years. Prices have been slashed York City who gives her addressas the air per
front of us. Almost before It had game yesterday. will be Mrs. Plummer's guests for for this event greater than ever Celery Sweet
ESCAPESAVING topped Jimmy emerged from its Interior. score was 5 to '5. !I the season; before.A the Endicott Hotel is asking for Green Cabbage 8 TO 10 MINUTES IN

T Jimmy on rnard I hurried Griffin and Salinero started THE AIR
visit to The Hub is proof information relative to the deah Sweet Peppers
*- [ to the staircase. I felt cer "1 want to go back to Whitehall I pitching, but both were relieved in I I Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry and little I enough that the present stock is Cuban and

tarn that Molly would be on one of Court. I said to the man.: rixth. daughter! who left Sunday afternoon .,the freshest; and most satisfactoryline of her mother MVs.' Edith Tait Bananas $1.50 Per person
the upper floors probably in backroom He looked at us with some curiosity I I to join Mr. Curry for a I
,and on reaching the first land- % but whatever his private spec I The picked team composed of I brief stay at Tavernier, returned i) before of merchandise in ever displayed Botsford! which was the result of Apples I Ii 9 a. m. Until l Dark

lag I made straight for the door ulations may hare been he )kept 'Sluggers, Pirates and Stars scored esterday. any January clearance i Tangerines OLD AIR STATIONSEAPLANE
facing me. I it is shown. an automobile accident early yesterday
them to himself.
the first run in the fourth and l
The Hub has been closed all to-
It was locked but the key was on "Very good sir" he replied Im 'Gate n ,.SE
two more in the fifth. I Ed. son of Mr. and Mrs. day making preparations for the morning. 1117 Division
the outside. I wrenched it round, passively. Frank II. Gato of Havana arrived Federal License-' Pilot;
The Tropical club with the ad. big selling event. Doors at 9 The request for information Phone 675 Free
nearly breaking: it In my haste and I helped Molly ia and took the I' J yesterday from Havana and left & open Transport No J34

then as the light it my torch swept seat beside her. Closing her eyes dition of the great Mayg, scored for Miami to remain for the air o'clock. Came in the form of a telegramfiled

the room an unprintable oath burst wearily she leaned back against the 1 four in the fifth. I As shown in a page advertisement yesterday evening and was .
races. --- -
from my lips. cushions. Jimmy scrambled to his in today's issue of The Citizen --
The picked nine came back
received this Chief
She was strapped, down on a place opposite the door banged every department of the morning by
the sixth and tied the score. The Mrs. Charles Smith and son, Sheriff Clements
small truckle bad her hands tied and the next moment we had turned the store is litterally loaded with Deputy Jay-
Trcpicala came back and scoredone Donald, who were in Key: West cocks.
behind her-her a.lkles fastened to round and were bowling up Bishop's bargains
at'the Terrace. more in their turn at bat. with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and I Mr. Jaycocks told The Citizenhe
the rail end. The lower halt "We have carried stocks too -
of her face was almost hidden by There was a dozen questions I In the eighth the picked team Mrs Charles Smith Sr., left yes- I heavy in many lines and must will forward the informotion d t

a roughly 1 twisted handkerchief wanted to ask. but I could see that tied it again and the game endedin ttrday afternoon for the home in I raise new capital and reduce OVer- just as soon as the case has been

which had been stretched across Molly was In no fit state for talking. a tie. ,Jacksonville. I{ stocks" William :Mendell investigated by the coroner's jury

her mouth and knotted tightly at Her story1 would have to''wait'until At; bat E. Garcia hit one double i says f the and a verdict rendered.
the back. On one cheek Just below the n i xt morning.,The tonly thing to and, thrge.single ..in ;tour'tomes' up.' j Mrs Walter Lowe, son and j manager Determined t> to do this quickly The jury went yesterday afternoon -I:

the eye. was a'n ugly red smeai" be done now was to get her t G'bed,,''Jlayg!; hit a triple and/'two'singles.. / .' d.u"hter.in..1aw.! Mrs\ ,Walter he has the entire with Mr. Jaycocks and

The next Instant 1 was kneelingon as soon'as possible and let her:sleep, M.Mevedo: ; .and:,Griffin..':h'il i two, in. Lowe Jr* left yesterday for :\Iate-I i i1cvmbe stock and gone slashed through all prices, mak- Kogelio Gomez, justice of the

the floor beside her. myllnenJ> off the after effects of the drug > ," i three times upf ** to join Mr. Lowe.. ing this 'thV' biggest 'outstanding peace coroner ex-officio to the

working feverishly! to undo the gag.I 'In the field, Ubleta'and'Garesaatarred I scene of the accident and were 9

got the thin: ; loose at last; and'as T OOKING down at her as she Jay, for the Tropicals) and : Orvis Kemp, son of Dr. and savings event in years.! present when the car was hauled ,

the drew in her heath with a quick beside me, I again noticed the Cafes, 'Al."lAcervedo': ( and'Armando I Mrs AVillianv-P.' Kemp left yesterday BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING from the water.

gasping sob. I dragged: out a pocket- blood on her cheek. It had come Ace'do.for th "p'cked' team. ', afternoon for :Miami to I It was found the front springon
knife which by the mercy of God. I ham an ugly cut a shade below her remain dar- WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.
Score by innings: 'visit relatives and to the car was broken which
always carry about with me. left eye. and at the sight of it a PHONE 152M. dec20 may
i E.
Picked Te:1m- R. II. the air
I ing races. have been the cause of the steer-
-It's all right. I assured her 111 cold fury against Orloff and his associates t 000 121 010-5 9 4 I ................-...._.. ing locked and
have free In a minute. surged up In heart. gear
you my
With desperate eagerness I sawed I took her band which was lying !I La Tropicals) Mrs. Kruger, wife of Lieutenant causing the accident.
000 041 000-5 13 2 Robert Kruger U. S. A., left CLASSIFIED Fine
away at the stout cord which fast- limply on her lap. and with a little The jury will meet this after- Fishing TackleMade I
ened her down to the bed. It soon sigh: she allowed her head to sink Batteries: Griffin. Acevedo and yesterday; afternoon for :Miami noon in the office of Mr. Gomez

parted and then having freed her down until it was resting againstmy AI. Rodriguez; Salinero Sanchezand and will be joined by Lieutenant I'i COLUMN when testimony of the survivorsof

wrists and ankles I slid my arm arm. Hunched up In the opposite Rendueles. Kruger later in the week to witness the accident and others who ---.:... By-

i round her and lifted her up gently. corner Jimmy stared silently Summary: Three base hit: the maneuvers at the air .............. were at the scene shortly after- I

+ "What's happened: Nick?" : through the window. Mayg; two base hits: Garcia. meet. I I..s. ward will be taken. It Is also ex-

Her voice was so weak that I On we went past the deserted Ubieta Al. Rodriguez; stolen I pected the report of the physi- Pflueger Vom Hofo and South Bend

could scarcely catch the words. entrance to Paddington Station bases' : Ubieta Al. Acevedo; hits: Mrs. E. S. Baker and brother, I CASH PAID for used furniture. cians ,who held the autopsy will i

"Those devils drugged you at the and up the long empty stretch of off Griffin 12 in 6 innings!, off George A. Eneas, daughter ,and I 11113 Southard street. be heard. FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH r

hotel and took yon away la a car." Edgware Road. By the time we [ Salinero 5 in 4 innings; lime of son, and Mrs. Naomi Rice, granddaughter decl7-lmox! T

"Yes. yes 1 know-but how did came to the corner of Park Lane I I game: 1:30; umpires: Barcelo. of the late Captain William I J See Our' plete Line

you get here?" was half asleep myself. I had a I I A. Eneas who accompanied i FOR RENT PALACE

"Never mind now; I'll explain: vague impression of a glare of light I the body of the captain to Key I

I later." 1 stuffed the knife back into which I suppose must have been 1 POCKET POOLTOURNAMENT West for funeral services, which I ROOMS AND APARTMENTS Tom Tyler in 1

wy pocket: and picked up the Piccadilly Circus and then with an t I were held yesterday, left on the i 1013 Southard street. UNCONQUERED BANDIT Thompson's Hardware Store

torch which was lying on the bed. unexpected jerk.'the taxi: came to a 't TO afternoon train for Miami. i I dec22-lmox Serial and Short Reel

"We must clear cut of this place as standstill, and sitting up abruptly I CAROLINE STREEET
soon as we can. Do yon think you : found myself outside the flats.I Rev. and Mrs. James A. Cain, I' Matinee: 10-lSc; Night 10-20c s
can walk or shall I carry you?" fumbled for my latchkey and STARTTONIGHTSCHEDULE and their two sons William Austin! I .
All modern conveniences.
She made a feeble effort to rise. handed it to Jimmy. "Yon run up and James Hubert left this morning -I', -
and then sank !back again with her: and get the door open" I said. "!fDawson's over the highway for their Bathing and fishing at your -- ,'- .

bead against ny shoulder. about, tell him to put a I I home in St. Cloud. Fla.. after I I.' back door. Frank Johnson, ARCHER'SGROCERY -,
"I-I don't feel too well" she admittedly kettle on. A cup of tea will do us \ OF GAMES AS AR. spending a whi !" with Mrs Cain's Colonial Hotel Building -n

faintly. all good"I j RANGED CALLS FOR ONE mother. Mrs. W. II. Trout, and : jan7-tf
Getting on my feet I picked her roused Molly, who was still dozing i
up Just as she was. "Put your arms against my shoulder and get HUNDRED POINTS IN EACH ether relatives K :FOR RENT-Two-story furnished +
around neck and hang on tight." home three bedrooms two "The Store That Serves
my ting out first helped her down on Mrs II, R. Nowe and little I!i
I said. "Jimmy's downstairs and to the pavement. From his box the CONTESTA baths. Apply 817 Fleming Y.. Bast"NORTHERN
daughter Volina, arrived yesterday -
there's a t waiting for us around taxi driver eyed us with interest. street. janlO-12tx VISITORSYou
from Norfolk and will remain ;
the'corner. "Here's a pound for you" I said
will feel at home in
several weeks of
"1f you see what looks like a "and' I'm much much obliged to you schedule of games for a for as guests I: AUTO SERVICE Archer1 Grocery. Our service p
Mrs.I Nowe's Mr. and
lying in the hall don't be for "
corpse waiting. pocket pool tournament with one
and variety i is unexcelled in the
frightened.: It's only that big mutt lie placed the note carefully In hundred points in each game has Mrs. Lykes Turner. CARS WASHED, POLISHED
city and ran easily save
they left here to look after you. I had his pocket and touched his cap. been announced with the opening f Painted and Greased. No. 3 you
enough food bill here
Mr. and Mrs John J. on
to knock him out, but be's not seriously "That's all right guv-nor. Glad Romero Fire Station. dec7-lmo your
hurt" contests' to take place tonight at Jr., and son, John J'., II, who'I.'re I this winter to pay your rent.
got wot went for. Jerking
you you
the Cuban Club beginning at 8
In his clutch he leaned sideways visiting relatives and friends for i INSTRUCTION We solicit; your patronage on r;.

EDGED my way sideways through towards me. "I was a bit of a lad o'clock. the past two weeks, and were I the basis of fair dealing and

I the door and carrying her across mesclf once." he added and with The games this evening will be guests of Mrs. Romero's parents, PIANO-Modern methods; Thorough -I friendly service,

the landing began very carefully to this cryptic statement he swung out between Ubieta and McCarthy vs. Mr.\ and Mrs Harry L. Lowe, at1 1 I I instruction. Reasonablerates. ONE STOP SERVICE

negotiate the staircase.As I reached Into the roadway. M, Sanchez and Valdes in the first 1104 Margaret street left over Chas. Roberts Studio, Whether need yV1

the bottom I was greeted by an excited I glanced quickly up and down the game, and Ortega and Ortas vs. A. the highway this week for the I 613 Margaret Street. you Meats
Fish Turtle Fruits Oysters,
Sanchez and Stickney in the second -
voice. street. At Northumberland Avenue home }in Opa-Locka. janlO-ll-12-14-lG-18-21x
Vegetables, orDaIry Products
"'I: ain't moved sir0! so much end a man was crossing the contest. --- -
as blinked an eyelid!" road with his back to us, but except The schedule of the other games I CARD OF THANKSOur I WANTED call Archer's Grocery.We .

"Splendid. Jimmy." I said. Now for him there was not a soul within follows: i I meet all mpetitioii wUH

see If you can get the door open. sight. January 15. at Duval Club, 8 sincere appreciation is ex- FLOOR GLASS SHOW CASE low prices a.4 kith quality

I don't want to go down through "You'd better let me carry you P. M -A. Sanchez land Sticknw }.ended. \our many friends who 'I about ,1-2 feet l long by 2(feet PROMPT FREE. DELIVERY

that basement" Molly" I said. "If you try to do anymore Alj-.fsanchevamj -A'aldes Ir wiUe.( Knitting! Shop Colonial Phone 67 814 Fleming; St.Rkknbn's .
he darted collkps'e'' '.* vat ' iF.i i>t 7tLS during ',qur recent The 4-P.iece Walnut Bedroom, Suite, illustrated,;
Without time
wasting you'll probably utllet
first ..ana McCartvs Hotel call 669-R.
game; Bldg. or
across the hall There was the grinding .Disregard.OK) her faint protest 1 Ortega amt.Orri13 "n'' secor 1came. I.: bereavement'l laved'one William the death of Eneas.I our j';,I janlO-ltx ,Bed,, Cedar Lined Chifforobe, fl4 A f'fDresser \

of a key and the clatter of bolts. again lifted: her np In my arms. It S. . ,and Vanity .. .mt. 3) A JL io UURecognizing
Then the light flickered beneath a was a more difficult jOb/ bad* ha8- I', >Januailli: }. 'atl'!'Cuban Club, Wee* # i..JIfO.nk :l \cwbofontrittt B JAM LOPEZFUNERAL : f' -
: I
gust of fresh air' and In another had before,for the stairs: v'Il't .teerf 1 4 tif vautiuL1ork} )j'I ; -
I j i M. A. SanctNvandnStickrey: *" ,. HOME I. -
moment we were outside in the and JerrY's, flat was on life sf cftno ardtpJ sympatby?and' the fad that QUALITY MERCHANDISE -
driving rain. floor.. ' ', vs. Ubieta and McCarthy in first HI. ;Uvw'tae use"of J their EUUuliea .49, Year, Grocery
rame; f.SAneh n7incd? ? Vales! v .IA U. iv/It.* I' popular
"You hop m !:d,Jimmy and fetch Tired as I was howev W3 sedT sea '. I 'Xe; Weit'. Oldest24Hour '
}against fjrtega and Ortas,in second game. .' AND SATURDAYSPECIALS trend we are bringing out TWELVE NEW BED-
the tax!, I sal.L "Bring ft to the satlon of holding her close MRS. E. STANLEY BAKER, AnbnUn Service ,

end of the lane. We'll be along there me seemed to Inspire me with the January 22: at Duval Club, 8 GEORGE A. ENEAS. Licensed ..Le.I. .er ROOM SUITES with a pricerange: of $60.00 to

by the time you're back. necessary strength and step by step P. M.-Ortega and Ortas vs. A MRS. R. II. RICE. janl0-1t1 l Pia... 135 Night 698-W $114.00 which meets in respect this insistent
"I'm better now, Nick. I believe 1 struggled doggedly up. until the Sanchez and Stickney in first Jelly, 3 tt WK -*__ 25e every

+ I could walk if yon helped me." It dressing-gowned figure of Dawson, game; M .Sanchez and Valdes vs. Safety Match., 3 pkr M 25c consumer demand.

was Molly's voice close to my ear" framed In a lighted doorway, sad Ubieta and McCarthy in second Cruc. 1 ft ,.__,.__.. ._ __ 20c
"Walt till we're down the steps." denly rewarded my efforts. game. Criaco Itf 1L.. JOc

I whispered. "':' (-n you can hare lie stepped aside as I staggeredin. January 25, at Cuban Club 8 i Butter It ____ J3e 4-Piece Bedroom Suites, Bed, Bench Chest and

a shot if you like." P. M.-Ortega and Ortas vs. Sugar 5 ILa. 25c; 10 lLa. 49c Vanity in Walnut,

I reached the bottom in safety "Everything is ready sir. I have Ubieta and McCarthy first game; t Bliss KafEa Coffee HM*,, Ib Ib __-._. .._ 25c 49c at .. ______.$60.00Green
and still keeping a tight hold of her put clean sheets on the bed and the M. Sanchez and Valdes. A. San- Maxwell House Coffee Ib 30e
with right arm lowered her kettle will be boiling In a few
chez and Stickney, second /game. Cuban Coffee Ib J9c
gently to the ground. She seemed moments." January 29, at Duval Club, SP. Pearl Crean, 6 cans 39c Ivory and, Green and Walnut -
and unsteady but by a "Thank Dawson" I said."It'san 66 40
weak you
very Milk __ lOe ana lie
:'II.-M. Sanchez and Valdes vs. ...._
gallant; effort she managed to keep odd hour for a tea-party, but Ortega and Orta first A. Tomato., caa _._.....".,._ 5e .
!, game i
her feet we're all three a little exhausted. w+rNTAvrRN Toilet Tissue, 6 rolls 24c
Sanchez and Stickney Ubieta
"There's nothing much the mat (CoyyrHiht.+ IJJ!. Pt1lft PHlIi'iKI Co.) Straight Corned Beef, can _______ 14e Cherry and Bone,
ter." she faltered "except my heal and McCarthy, second game. Rye ahgr Siam Rice, 5 ILa. 35c : 70.80(
I :
It's all dizzy and It's acting. bor. Tomorrow a Little Incident Put ,. Potatoes 10 Ibs 23c
All of Formula Out of 1
ribly"Today's Nick's Mind. Eggs, dot 33c
DIAMONDBALLHALTED Octagon Soap forge 6 bars 25c I
-- 'j Octar Seep, .mall 11 i Bed, Bench, Cliiffordbe and Vanity Walnut

*....*..................! S. M.: C., retired, of Lexinton'a.., GAME bar. ___ _- ---. 25e
; : J Cora Flakes, 3 pkf. ......, 25SaaiFI $82.00 $96.50 $101.60 and $107.00
BirthdavSWalter i Lorn iff LouIsiana 68 years'age. I *.a, can 23c I ,

I 1II Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans 2Sc

sass...........e.aef.s.. J ThaJJeus-JI. Brown of Columbus The diamondball game between Rinse, 3 pier. __ 2Se I Ivory Decorated, 5-P.iece Bed, Bench, Chest, Night

of New Ohio. m.e-mber of the Federal Vinegar 3 bottle. .,.. ,,. 25c
S. G if ford Adams Fun-
and the
I Dairy Lopez " "e Black Eye Peas 2 Ibs. .... 15c Stand and f Vanity, rt> -| f\Q A A
Yuck pretiJent of American Tele- Communications Commission, born
eral Home, which was started last
White Beans 2 Ibs.
phone and Telegraph; born at j in Morrow Co., Ohio.18 years I night at Bayview Park was rained Black Beans, 2 lb.. 19c I at -

Salem, :Mass., 50 years age. age.! out after a few innings had been Lima Beans, 2 Ib*. ,19c

played.The. n flour C Ib sack _.. 27cI FREE WITH EVERY BEDROOM SUITE sold
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Guy T.: Ilelvtring of Kansas, U.| Admiral Jehu V. Chase, U. S. next game scheduled is for I I' Lax Soap 6 bars ? .- 35c within the next 10 days: A BEAUTIFUL RAYON
S. Commisioner of Internal Revenue -l i IN., retired bora in Louisiana 61t Friday night when the Busy" Bees I Palmolive Soap C barsLifebnor 2Sc
i Soap 4 bars _
born. at Felicity, Ohio, 57 ;years ago.Robinson. and Lopez will come together Winning and holding thousands of new Camay Soap 6 bars _.., 28c ISc SILK BEDSPREAD. /
years ago.Former
I stock. N. Y., author dramatist friends day with its fine taste and Oraltiae 35e and 65c
every Vanilla 4
jugs .,..,__ 25e
Jeffers of Carmel -"
U. S. Senator Reed I born in New York :40 years ago
I CaL author, born in Pittsbur real onomy.One of America's favorites.: Long's Furniture Store
Utah horn in Salt Lake Phone 658-R Free, Delivery!

City, 73, years ago 48 years ago. h'l I Howard Chandler Christy of Eaton and Elisabeth Street
New in PENN-a11RYIAND CORPORATION. A D,. iOfcrtt .. ./ N.cU.l DI.cilMn
illustrator. !! I
.. Ea.ciw 12O La.dwq. New Y. Cay
Maj. Gan. John A. Lejeune, U. Joseph p McEvoy: of Wood- Morgan Co., Ohio, 62, years ago.

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Sale Begins Friday Morning, January 11, 9:00: O'ClockHERE'S t v R ... i )

why we are telling you about them, because item for item and "Buy for THESE-They sound almost too good BUT THEY'RE ''
Buy", it's the most marvelous opportunity ever offered to thrifty-minded ACTUALLY TRUE. Look at them and be con-
shoppers. vinced.

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: ' I, "' or 4' "1 1'}i.I FJ DKE22F2! ? WILL/I ,m.]
;:r':; WEN'S SHOES;; ; I ;
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rf i- r F ,
4'r i
xm I I MEN'SSHOES. : . 'Iacks/Tans. Sports t.aAd; '.. : : .. ... Double...Bed sizes....or..t singles..*..,. :..:.
> J(; values ii50
4- I sr ';, R": ..- to at
f 51 O-E. ; ; ; Black,; T4jwzB >wns, Grays, '
IBrocktoli.bGilt, 79.
J' Plains/and* Combinations., high, $1' 69
Jack Young, Dr. Arnold's .
and low heels for Eve-
.\ Famous "Ankle-Fash I and many other MEN'S SHOES 1
I fling, Dress and Sport Wear :.
;i.WJ'-" Toned Shoe nationally advertised Made by Dr. Miles SILK CHIFFON HOSE

brands at and others, black or Beautiful Chiffon Hose, on '
$1 9 7 $1 79
brown, $2.95 quality sale at
$$1.00 OFF' for
$2.47 and $2.97 $1.47 49c
On Each Pair $1.97 r .

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FELT HATS UNDERWEAR MEN'S CAPS Grand Slam Shirts Scalloped Sheets PILLOW CASES BED SPREADSUndersh.rts .:4..
Custom tailored fea
Various colors and or Shorts'White and colors, Look tures-every shirt guar- 81x90, No Seam and To match these Crinkle, all colors,

sizes 25c quality. 'our January at ''em! anteed, $1.95 seller, No Starch Sheets. 81x105, on sale CURTAINS
sale price special I J Cottage Sets, Priscilla Seta

97c 17c 15c..: 1.47 89c 21c 87c 43c I

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lylen S J Pants Men(! J Pants .. Men's(! SuitsOne i : I

Extra good "" button "Holly '
assortment LADIES'
Assorted Qualities and all colors and sizes, our wood Models' our SALE OF COATS ,
Colors, values from $19.75 Suits at
sale attraction at l\, \
$1.50 and $2.95, on 13.87 : HATS Sport and Dress Coats, values to $8.95,

sale at $3.87. on sale

$1.00: $2.87 ( MI1'(! s Suit svs,. To close out en- $4.95

$1 97 Consisting of Sports tire stock, guess :

and Conservatives, on Coats, values $14.95 at ..-.---....-......-....... $ 8.95 :
White i Flannel. the price, come
sale at Coats, values $18.95 at ._..........?_............... 9.95

PANTS G\Ybjt\ Ljpe f4; 11$9.87 s ,' f and look. Coats y values $25.00 at ......... .......... ..... 13.95Men's

High and regular waist. :, UIf; I I 'f 1 f f punpp: B49 zuca nt ?wc cr
n Suits.: rjHBEBi ? fi
Usually sold at $5.95, l m b J1 t1ln, t pre.' k. 4 '..C KJ 1 SUMMER A 1 K SL ton

sale at J I shrunk-*,, W regulars..*..*....and I.,.._.! ;:?.>...;. ?Made.of.the finesLW..--. To be sold out a 1 WINfER.'-_-_ -. DRESSES THRIFTY BUYERS P s s
shorts at steds and Serges; exceptionally
well tailored $1.47r1BETTER To close out at
$3.97SHIRTS .
; for our January ; DRESSES

_ -_ 6.97 \' . ., sale I j C

: $17 97 HOUSE Values to $8.95 at$4.87 ,

SHIRTS Men'sSweaters. DRESSES Values to$6.95 at 3.87

Made of real good HOUSE DRESSES Values to $5.95 at 3.47
An accumulation of Made by Blocks, excellent I Slip Overs, I leadingcolors Men silose quality Percales, Mad-.
various qualities to regularly sold rasa and Broadcloth,
quality, $1.50 and Not close out
Silk or Lisle, 25c many DRESSES
for $1 00', on sale47c I on sale
close out at value: at 35c sellers only, pair ,
:<.....s j 74c 39c. :
19c 1
49cCheney 97cMen's EVENING WEAR'-

ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL } '.M' 1 Values;:SS-SO 0 at 1

Royal Palm .................................. ..*%& .* ............................'......... if '
Cravats : 1 l: i ;2.87 -

DUNGAREESRegularly :i

Re&ilieCit construction, : .
nationally advertised as sold at $1.25 : -

$1.00 sellers at,79c now on sale at95c .. Valuesto$5.00at

,; Duval',Street $2.47

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