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 16, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00405
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For Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wire the '. b C kp Wtzt Citizen( t most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather*an Fahrenheit,I average has in the the ;.\'",

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Speaker Tradition Pertaining To CENSUS OFFICIAL Fred ,Barker And His ,Mother TAX ASSESSOR French Experts Claim Germans s

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Feminine, Aide To Be Carried On Are U-Boats

f ---- .. CHANGES IN CITYJOHN Sought For Kidnaping, Were ONEXEMPTIONHOMESTEAD I i Building DespiteAgreement

I Women Secretaries Serv- !I.JUUUS STONEGIVES F. TURNER AS GUESTOF Killed By Department Agents -OWNERS WHO I In: Peace, Proposals 1


RanksBy BLANKS AT OFFICE FOUND GUILTYBY Claim' That Three Classes .i

Of Subs Included In
ADMINISTRATORHEARD John F. Turner says that the JURY TODAY .!
Homestead owners who intendto
HERBERT PLUMMER changes which have taken place I Remer, Wealthy Saint
ON SUBJECT DEALING the claim exemption under the con- Program (
during eight
past seven or
ens A Mcutra Press) i
WASHINGTON. Jan. 16.- WITH RELIEF ACTIVITIES months in Key West are truly remarkable SAXONY ASKS Paul Banker stitutional amendment ratified at it\t
and indicate a bright: TESTATORS FOR REVISION the election in November, can !secure : I
Women secretaries to high officials IN KEY WEST future for the city. I B, ROBERT B. PARKER
(Copyrighted By A. P.) application blanks at the office CHARGE OF ATTEMPTING
I Mr. Turner is agricultural census -i I PRIOR TO 1924 OCLAWAHA Jan. 16. of <( in Washington will be able County Tax Assessor!: J. TO COMMIT ROBBERY
supervisor for the Second District PARIS Jan. 16.-Charge: thatGermany
to add A new one to their ranks Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida in Florida and was visiting I Fred Barker and his mother, Otto Kirchheiner. WHILE:
with C. Sam B. Curry who is I ell,. AiMorlafea Press "Ma" Barker, long sought in Section 7, of Article 10, reads i i. rebuilding her one

with Joe Byrns of Tennessee Emergency Relief Administrator enumerator of District 44-1, embracing ! DRESDEN, Germany Jan. 16. I I that "there shall be exempted dreaded. submarine fleet hare "1

speaker of the new congress. guest speaker at the meeting o Key West nad :Monroe I -The Saxony government has connection with the kidnap. from all taxaton: other than special i William Beschell was found caused a stir in French loyer. J?1

county. a<.ked 18,000 testators to revise ing of Edward .G. Remer assessments for benefits, to
Mrs. Margaret* Robertson secretary the Committee of One Hundred As. Mrj. Mr. ment circle.
i ; Curry's guest 1,1 guilty today by a/ jury in criminal
wills dated prior to January wealthy St., Paul banker, every head of a family who is a i
to the IaaLy.genial. Ten- i ill Miami, last night,.gave a dear l Turner was taken to all points.of 1924. citizen, and resides in.the Stateof 1. Because .....of.+the devattatingJanaf .
court" :
on a charge' of>'attemptingto
interest in the city, and spent a and killed by1De \
The! order states that most of'' Florida,,,the- homestead de- ,.,
as .k
and succinct account of, relief to'allied kipping and theacconpanyinr "
activities *
netseean for 13'years.. will Kreatfdeal of timeat the,nursery ,
carryon I these documents contain provi- partment of Justice agent fined in Article 10 of the cot'stitution 'eonunit a> robbery!while.armed
of Miss MollieParker.He .
the loaf-standing' tradition in Key.West, and his word dons which the world war, the inflation here of the State of {o'lorWa..up, treat lot of life
in with
and. a withering j a deadly weapon.
was surprised delighted ; ,
I or the nazi revolution has to i the valuation i of $5,000 . .. .<' "
; pro- wrought, by U. U-I ol in the
picture of the changes which have .
capitol bill that the at the great variety of. fruits,I six-hour i
speaker' sec made impossible of fulfillment. machine' gun bat vided, however, that the title- to 1 Members of the jury were W.
taken flowering plants> and ,shrubs tinder -I They thus likely to burdenthe raid homestead be j l world war, the peace treaty .pec i o.
retary be a woman. place was heard with undivided cultivation at that spot of are tie. may vested in Kemp Colton Park, Louis Aguero, .;
courts with litigation. I I such head of a family or in his fically denied Germany the rightto
From the time that. Nick Long attention.In beauty, and spoke in the highest:I The wills are on deposit with I The gangsters barricaded lawful wife residing upon such Eugene F. Pierce, Sumner Sweet

,. praise of Miss Parker's accomplishments I the Dresden record bureau. Citi-, themselves homestead or in both." ing and W. A. launch even a single submarine
worth brought with him to the describing the transformation along agricultural and I in a fine summer Kemp.
I zens who are custodians of their Every person who is able to .
he said that a bankrupt city botanical lines. 1 I home After the verdict rendered
I the
banks was
on Lake
handsomely appointed suite of offices own last testaments were" also advised qualify under the above section
which was receiving more govern- Before leaving for Miami yesterday I to check up and make sure' Weir they had of the constitution is entitled to Judge J. Vining Harm instructed Now French naval experts ,say *
on the second floor of the !t ment benefits in proportion to afternoon Mr. Turner said I I that their legacies are "in tune two exemption from all taxes on I Sheriff K. o. 'J noml) on to com- that three clashes of submarinesare
he is convinced that West is
than in Key with the times." months ago. homesteads, other than
capitol provided for the .peaker.1 population any other city on the road to a remarkable comeback I special municate with the state prison t tI finished or under construe-
} the value of $5,000.Clarifies tion. They assert that 40 of them
a secretary one
I characteristics of an "attractive EIGHT LEAVE ON ing agents, 15 of them, surrounded Irsue I of Be Schell.
sex has. held the job. I I island community." the place and ordered the occupants > will fly the swastika by spring.
As there Beschell it
VISITORS TRY may be some confusion I J|i is understood is a
I I lie called the city the cleanest I to surrender. There Although France has than
Longworth's secretary was Miss PLANE TUESDAY wasa as to the meaning of homestead convict on parole from the state : more
i in } craft the German
i prison at Haiford and the M'on- ,
Reeves. She LUCK ANGLING in answer. I I I
j I the following
I I yard: of debris had been removedI may traditional skill in
submarines ,
The roe county authorities want to: designing -
agents retired and
I ret '
with him from the time he became ( |I
I other matters in connection Passengers leaving:; for Miami'their own machine guns and re appli-I know if his parole is to be revoked is considered here as:
speaker in 1925) until his death in i rectified. HERE 2 DAYS on the afternoon plane yesterdaywere j taliated. A blazing battle !I f
ensued i ICO acres of land, or les", contiguously because of his being found guilty balancing France's numerical ad
1931., I I Key West now has the best anchorage Betty Maloney. Anton Laadt, and continued except for:
Wife A* Secretary 1 for yachts youth of Nor- Francis Laadt. Dr. H.[ C. Galey occasional: lulls: until 11 o'clock. j I j I corporate limits of a city or town!!I, a Key West. vantage.
E. A. WILKINS AND R. STAF. Bernie C. Papy. Julius F. Stone, The agents resorted to tear Until the pardon board, governor The
gas half of whole German
When Jack Garner succeeded to' folk, Va., at the former naval' I or one one acre of land. sea strengthis
i Jr., Lee Stone Emily Price. in an effort to smoke out their or priM authorities reply to 'i
the epeakership he brought with base use of which has been allowed FORD, ENJOY OUTING BY Anton Laadt and Francis Laadt quarry. The negro cook, who had I II i lor less contiguously situated the sheriff's request for information -' being restored, Paris has heard,

him his wife aa secretary. Mrs. by the FERA. MAKING LARGE CATCHESON were round trip passengers who]t;I; been employed by the occupants']|I''I within city or the town corporate, and improvements'limits of a 1]I'I relative to Beschel! no action 1 and, the French, jittery over reports

Garner had served in thin position Airline transportation- has been ' . I arrivedCn.the. plane in.lhe mot\-; of.thehouse-. rented under the '!; thereon, the' title t6-which shall will b .ta\en..hJr.....Judge.here: .oth, RefchVrearming.: ,on .
Oaring most of her husbahd's: career established between: Miami and BOTH OCCASIONSE. I I
name it was learned.If .
ing. of T. C. Blackburn was I land and in the air, made
I r
II be vested in the head of a family! are even \
and followed him
congress Key West and advertising has his parole is revoked and he
sent inside by the agents.In j j I p
his wife or both, prior to January more nervous by ,
1 tt contemplation of
in a similar capacity when he moved ) brought many visitors to the city A. Wilkins, of Owosso. FINE DOUBLED a moment he returned with I I is returned to serve his unfinished i
to the other side of the capitolas In this connection Mr. Stone commended Mich., and Roy Stafford of Bluff-: I the cryptic news. "They are all 1st of the year for which exemp- term no sentence will be passedby a new German fleet. .,
tion is sought and which
vice president.The the cooperation given by ton, Indiana, who had a great I CHICAGO-The $35 fine imposed dead" None of the justice agents t such family resides as upon their home. I I Judge Harris but will be sus-|| Roger Farjon. senate reporterfor 1.
late Speaker Rainey followed Miami. fishing experience Monday had ;;! Preston of this! pended awaiting future the
on Henry : engaged in the battle were injury j'i By head of the family is meant I, develop- navy budget, first helped
Garner's example and brought Among the projects included in another excellent day yesterday i doubled ments. I
j 1 city for speeding was e ed. t; focus public attention
|; one with whom one or .morc- on the sub-
persons ]
along his wife as secretary when the program are cleaning1 the har- while out with Mario Rodriguezand when he called the arresting,; The dead woman was about CO,' 1 I ;In the event the parole is not "
live and look for
I to their when
ject he told the
lIe was elected presiding officerof bor and of the Gomez and the I't j revoked it is senate that
completion oversea King repeated policeman a liar. I j I and the man between 30 and 35.TODAY'S and I understood Judge
the house. Mrs. Rainey, like I support personal supervision.j jI Harris Hitler'a government had laid the
highway Mr. Stone said. excitement of the day previous.The will sentence the prisoner! ;
Mrs. Garner had been her hus I I The speaker pointed out that catch consisted of mack I -------1 I. The duty of the tax assessor to serve a term of 20 years. ,j keel of battleship! which wouldbe
has been set forth in a circular
band's! secretary for years before. Key West cannot hope to compete. erel, grouper and other of the issued by the comptroller, J. M. I When Beschell was given a preliminary larger than the limit set by tho .
And now comes Mrs. Robertson : wih Miami but that it can supple less gamey fish. The only disappointment 1 : hearing on December 31!! Versailles pact.
WEATHER Lee, in which it is shown that he
a wife and mother, and said to be I ment that city. of the trip was the loss r 1I before Justice of The Peace Frank; French Cruiser OutclassedThe
will of whatsoever
assess property
an authority on politics and the I At the conclusion of the cf two tarpon. O. Roberts he entered a plea of I German 10,000-ton "pocket I
I. 6 nature for taxation when I
ways of congress, to carry on. : istrator's address. Wm. R. The anglers had the strikes but 1"I I I guilty When the charges were': battleships," of which three are in
Unanimous For Women banker of Key West, admin-I the fish got away. They were not I Temperature WC ATI IKK FORECAST !|, not otherwise specifically provided I read to him this morning by commission with a fourth soon to 11
in order
With Mrs. Robertson! as the I invitation to the large ones, but large enough to Highest ..... ................. ..... ........76 [j r vent; therefore one's homestead from to being pre.j}f County Solicitor Aquilino Lope'z' be laid down, caused Franco to '.
rpcaker's secretary that makesit One Hundred to visit the city. j i give both Mr.\ Wilkins and Mr.\ Lowest .. -,65 (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) : Jr, he pleaded not guilty. I build her battleship Dunkerrrur, :
just about unanimous for the There were a number of guests Stafford the thrill which all good I Mean ..::..:.::..:.:....:::::....:::::::::::.-1Q Key West and Vicinity: Fair 'assessed for taxation for the year I!I Before this case was heard this of much heavier tonnage. Now

women in such positions during I at a reception held before the anglers seek and create the desireto Normal :Mean ..........._.._69 and warmer tonight; Thursday.]' 1935 and subsequent years it will j] morning the case of Felix Gibson the newest German light cruisersare
be for the file
this congress. The secretary to meeting. Those from Key West j I make a catch. I Rainfall partly cloudy; gentle east and r necessary owner to charged with assault and battery said) to outclass comparable t
Snell of New York, republican I were Mayor Wm. II. Malone, City I They left yesterday afternoon :J Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. southeast winds. I[ithe to application and proof of right the was called, but Felix was not ships in the French fleet. t

leader of the house, is a woman Attorney J. Lancelot Lester Doc with the expressed intention of; Normal Precipitation_ .05 Ins. Florida: Fair and warmer tonight exemption as provided on I.I tried. j| "The Nurnberg" sixth light
I blanks.
Mrs. E. A. Gridley, wife of a tor Harry C. Galey, Norberg,, returning at an early date and i I Tfclw rrrurd ..\.r.. 21-httur prrlwilfHlllHK ; Thursday mostly cloudy, i The. county solicitor ;/explained cruiser allowed Germany by the
Washington newspaperman.Mrs. I Thompson and B. C. Papy. i|make another tryfor the silver III /N .VI M-k this .r.l-c. possibly light local rains in extreme This application must be .fi edI I 1.I that, this was a case wherein the!1! treaty has just been launched at
with the the
tax of
: assessor county -
Garner still is listed .as I I kinga.'PYTHIAN.- |I t Tomorrows Almanac north and warmer in northeast ac 11j f1It vcn 'htijfttftd: 'a.'..Kiel. French'experts'' admit the
secretary to the vice president'anll I i'' Sun rises ..............- 7:14 a. m. portion. ' in which the claimant for *xcmptjonflifidesi b s :!!tiiap,it;,.1l1 can steam five(knot faster than

McN'ary of Oregon,."1 republican DEMOLAY ORDER .I!' I Sun sets ...................? 6:01 p. m. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: and 3tJpV ittfore He was released u e fHidtrl.t.LhO; ''Jcannede Vienne" and her
leader of the "enatl.'hM'a womart LODGE 'I(I Moon rises ...__._....._ ..::!:!3 p. m. Gentle to moderate southerly: Apr L'U\'d. Ttatahiuse 1 \UftTfiffl'Mn'VW' (rf\U Biaterships: : in the French squad

as secretary too. ,Moon sets ,?_......?...... 5:44 a. m. winds over north portion, and gem \; : 9f.pa't! Clre{ owner ov MdlSaMl rWMMand' fhe> rons.

Secretaries to the titular I' HOLDSJEETINGjj !! l,, . ROWS 'MEETING! Tomorrow, Tide tie east, and aouthwt wind3 ov'qr' !:!?Jllhl beJI i4 W April to il'U Mil appli mPlnI a- woman \vouldmake a poor vit-j, The "Nurnberg/'. however 'jj
It'al\.I' I'
ers in congrcsv-i-especiaHy | A.M. P.M. south portion and fair weather: ness in the case, and aj.she<<; has';:only. 6,000 tons as prescribed by

one to the speaker-have highly : ELECTED ;' j t i, High .................. 9:14: 8:26 tonight and Thursday. j i sity I I that assess the tax the assessor property will, of resulting neces* the Wily evitnes'tt1t'was moved the treaty while the French are

responsible positions. j j CURTIS STANTON |INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS Low .................. 2:51 1:37Barollel..r East Gulf: Moderate southeast in taxation and sale unless the that the matter be nolle pressed,'l' 7729.' The resultant fuel saving
The speaker still is a represontstive : and south winds becoming fresh I j I and it was so ordered. ,or the German ships, it i Li paintedout :
AS MASTER COUNCILLOR / at 8 n in., today: I :
j jI j[ CONDUCTED AT SESSION |, taxes are paid thereon. f
in congress and the needs i Sea level 30.10. over northwest portion and fhift-' give it a great advantage.Both .
of his district must be attended to I I LAST NIGHT i iI iI i MONDAY EVENING ing to westerly over west portion! Exemption becomes effectivewith I classes carry nine 6-inch
the 1935 tax year and as tax OPERA GROUPS
just the same as before. j t, Lowest Highest Thursday with 1 guns.
assessments began
That's where the secretary j I I Key West Temple No. 20, : Station Last Night Yesterday this year it is necessary that all I t See Threat To CommerceThe

comes in. j Curtis Stanton was elected as Pythian Sisters, held an installation ; Abilene ........... CO 74' YiT.ATlir.R CONDITIONS claims for exemption be filed before -! 'WILL ASSEMBLE new German light cruisersare

-- I j I Master Councillor of Robert J.I of officers at their meeting I I Atlanta ...._....... 48 58 April 1 on which date assessments viewed as potentially powerful -
NOTICE TO PERSONS ENTITLED j Perry Chapter, Order of : Disturbances are central this I commerce raiders. The"Nurnberg"
with other matters :
on Monday night j
TO TAX EXEMP- \! Boston ____.._..._ 8 22 are completed.A has a cruising radiusof
Molay, at an election held last'I disposed of during the interesting -: Morning in the Plains States and notice to the relativeto
TION ON HOMESTEADS,, night in the regular meeting at session. .I Buffalo .........._ 18 26 off the north Pacific coast Denver the blanks and public procedure issued -' REHEARSALS TO BE HELD AT. more than 7,000 miles at 14.5

!i Scottish Rite Hall. |I j Speeches were made by several Charleston ........ 48 54 Col.. 29.36 incchcs, and Seattle by Tax Assessor Kirchheiner HARRIS SCHOOL TO. knots. Her machinery is partly

The forms for making appliea-j Jerome Berkowitz was named j! officers while past chief certi-I I Chicago ?......._ 20 24 Wash., 29.32: inches; while appears elsewhere in this issue of MORROW geared turbines and partly Diesel

tion for homestead exemption as the next Senior Councillor and icates and pins were presented by Denver ...___._._ 34 50i pressure is moderately high over The Citizen. NIGHT engines
have been received! by me from Jeff Knight Junior Councillor. eastern sections and southern: Besides the "NumbergV sister-
as District Deputy Violet Stickney i
t Detroit ..._....__ 12 26 J "
the office of the state comptrol-: ships, "Emden "Koenigiberg,
j These officers are elected for a ;jto Mrs.\ Eloise Sawyer Mrs. Lena California. Jacksonville and Tampa .
lor. These forms are now avail-!,I three months term. Sands and Miss Susan La Kin. I Galveston ...--.'- 64 72 Fla.. 30.14 inches; Buffalo'1,'CUBA CARRIES All groups taking part in the [ "Karlsruhe," 'Koln,"-''and "Leip

able at my office to all persons I j Other officers and committees The Most Excellent Chief Eliza Havana ._........ 66 N. Y.. 30.22 inches and Los Angeles opera, "Pirates of Penzance," are zig" Germany, under the treaty,

who are entitled to homestead ex-! will be appointed by the Master beth Johnson was presented a pin I Huron .............: 14 22 Calif. 30.10 inches. Precip- 55 PASSENGERS i! to meet tomorrow night at the I may build two more 'as re-

emption. To those who may not Councillor at the next meeting i for the year from the outgoing'Jacksonville ...... 54 70 itation has been general duringthe Harris School on Southard street, serves.Other

find it convenient to call at my i i when the newly elected officers I II Most Excellent Chief Susan La I' Kansas City ...... 30 34 last 21 hours from the Pacific it was announced today. The rehearsal comparison men

office telephone or write and I will be installed. Kin. Following the meeting de- KEY WEST __.. 65 76 coast eastward over the Rocky will tart at 750 o'clock. tion 12 powerful destroyer

forms will be mailed. or de-i I The second degree was con- licious refreshments were served.' Little Rock ...... 54 64 Mountain States, being in the Steamship Cuba sailed for Havana Any one interested f in singing in the German service and

livered. ferred on Fred Knight at last The officers installed were as Los Angeles -... 42 60 form of snow over the northern yesterday afternoon with 39 will be welcome at the rehearsals, late that the whole fleet..

The law provides that those:,. night's session. follows: I. Louisville ......_, 34 38 I portion of this area. Snow has also first class passengers 16 second I Miss Edna Smith musical director personnel number 4,300 officer .-

persons who are entitled to homestead -1 j i Plans for a bicycle wiener roast I Susan La Kin, Past Chief. Miami ........_. .70 74 occurred from Minnesota eastwardover class, four tons of freight and; said this morning and she and 24,000 men although
exemption but fail to make were made and turned over to the I Elizabeth Johnson. Most Excellent -.I(Minneapolis ...... 4 12 most of the Lake region, and 136 racks of mail !I emphasized her invitation to all the Maximum set at
application for same on or before']!'social committee. It was decided |I Chief. i New Orleans 60 72 there has been rain from Missouri Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba 'I persons to join the rehearsal Vcrsai'lcs' embraced 1,500,

April 1, will be assessed: for tax:I to have this party sometime next Bernice Park, Excellent Senior.'New York ".- 24 32 eastward over Virginia and North with one car of tomatoes, one of I group. A large number of singers officer and 15,000 menThe -

lion as though the property werV'j: wee"k. 'l: Margaret Conners, Excellent; Pensacola _....._ 60 66 I Carolina. Temperatures are abnormally -, lumber, 93 sacks of mail baggage can be used in the choruses, it French naval establishment

non-exempt. V An invitation from the Kappa '' Junior. t Pittsburgh ........ 22 36. low in New England' and 14 empty cars. .. {I was said.! counts 4,000 officers and 55.000

For this reason I respectfully) .Ti; i Y Club to attend their annijwrsary ,I)I Anna Whitmarsh Manager. { St. Louis __ 32 40 Eastport. Me., reporting a mini The steamer West Chatala oft j Arrangements have been made men. While this virtually doubles
request that you call for and file:I I dance at the Cuban Club :i,: Bessie Lowe :Mistress of Records -J Salt Lake City 24 48 mum of 4 degrees below zero; the Lykes Brothers Line, arrived i whereby the Harris School'an be I I i the reported German strength
your exemption application tonight was accepted with thanks. ,' and Correspondence. 'San Francisco ..48 54 while warmer weather prevails in 8 o'clock last night at the Porters; used for all rehearsals. They will}: the French believe that most of

promptly The scribe was instructed to I i I Florence Albury, -Mistress of j Seattle -..- 34 38 most other sections from the eastern Dock Company's dock took on;'be held Monday, Tuesday, and 1 Hitlers sailors, like enlisted teen '
J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER, I I yfrite a letter of congratulations Finance. Tampa _' 54 76 Rockies eastward with read 21,992 gallons of fuel oil and!Thursday nights Mrs C. B.I in the regular army are trained :

Tax Assessor, Monroe County. tt\this organization on their first I I Annice Smith, Protector. Washington _.- 34 38 ings 31 degrees above the seasonal sailed 10:30 o'clock] for Galves-i Price of Wheeling, W. Va., is the}1 f to become officers at a moment's

janl6-H. bl,hday. Mary Felton, Guard. Williston .-.._ 6 8 average in Oklahoma this morning. ton. t J accompanist. 1 i notice s,



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It) S.rp [[It$!; Ctt .. A JOB FOR KEY WEST I Ways To Prevent .1.1Today's j i GREAT: RECORD J J JAILED: AGAINLONDONRefusing

1'uUUbeJ Daily Kxcept: Sunday By Key West will probably never be as 1 l Catching A Cold SUFFOLK, Va. A khaki! to cap*
.t Till: tlTI/K\ PUBLISHING, rre.i. CU.. INCAhTI'IAN DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries Campbell duck, owned by II. S.j I| port a child he declares i in not'his,
l> r. .1. large} as New York. As a pleasure resort -
Maxwell of this city has achieved i John- Smith of this city has been

Corner From Qreene The Cltlien and Ann Building Street! for tired business men it does appeal. Happening Ago Today; Here Aa Taken Jut 10 From Years I I Avoid Air Chills Is Bad; SuperHeatedDry ; Stay Away ..1782.....-..Nicholas......*.Longworth...*... I a record of 357 eggs in 365 day*.j I 1 I sent to Jail for the 18th time.I.

Here i te:: one field in which Key West can The Files Of The Citizen From Cold SufferersBy - -
Only Daily JJe' 'eP Pr 'In Key; Went' and Monroe Ohio horticulturist; landowner
County.nten.d and should be - and patron of the arts, great 1
supreme. C. C. Synionettesho is in Dr. Wil.o. C. SraiUia : grandfather of the late !speaker I STEAMSHIP Co.
.: at Ky Went. Florida, as second Haas' matter AdrnLiftration.
Public Health *
There are living in Key West some charge of the information boothon Professor of born at !Newark N. J. Died Feb.j P & 0
riFTY-M\TII:' 1.tan I the local tation grounds, sail Harvard University .1 10, 18G3.11115.Ilenty. i. UNITED STATES FAST
11,000 people. They have made it their School of Public Health
""_ +r .f the A..elated Pr.. ed last night for Tampa to put in I i MAIL ROUTES FOR
The A -lted Trfus Is exclusively entitled to use' home. Here they live their lives, raise effect an advertising -campaign I I 't '
cold I
How can 'we prevent a llallock. soldier fORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
ail di credited W.
r .ri>liratton ft new patche t for Key West whichis! of the i
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and alas their families and have their being. Now, Since we know that colds are catch. _artid l tot in the making of, Effective! April 27, 1933
the local new published bere.81.I1S'UIITIOX statewide activities.: the Tluee- Ing, we should make every attemptto California and Leave Key West for Havana Tnelay: and Fridays, 12:20
HATKH in all reason, the making of Key West into Way Committee. .Mr, Sjmonette I avoid close contact with'thoM lawyer I'. M.
: Dedat
born Y.
One Year _.._..----.............. -J1009 will remain a short time in Tam'. who hue an acute cold. This la in Oneida Co., N. Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday. and Saturday 1.
fix Month* ___ .__ k.o0Three the finest place for them to live is an object pa to effect the arrangements particularly important during the Louisville. Ky., Jan. :'J, 1872. 9:00 A. M.Leave.
_.... .. 2 El81
tine XlonthU'ttkJy Months. _. __ -- worthy of serious thought. necessary for spreading the campaign first three days of the disease. Key West for Port Tampa Wednesday k&d Saturdays !
t 0 i -++- .!* through territory adjacentto Some exposure is unavoidable. 18.13: -James D. Smillie, artit. 6:30 P. M. : ,
AI1I'IaTIS1Nu' RATES Consider if you will the children of that city and then will go to There are a few simple rules to I born in New York. Died Sept. Tickets, R rv>tioBt and Information at Ticket Office- on &. I II

blade known on application Key West. They deserve the serious attention St. I'etersljurg where he will arrange -:I follow, however, which probably I 14, 1909. I Dock "Phone 71 1'1 :i
J.'H. ..
SI'i CIAL .NOTICU. of adults. For them the older citizens to have folders and supplements aid in preventing colds even if one I ,
notices card of thanks, resolution.
All reading of is sed. The rooms in which w. a
distributed tourists
ttffect. rbltuary notices, have
:Le rate of 10 cents a line. in that city. live should a CONDIT-I .
Notices for entertainments by churches from which I constantly improving the facilities ature and humidity. The superheated W. Hubner, Southern poet bornin CONDENSED STATEMENT OF N OF
I revenue Is to be derived arc S cents a line. An alarm of fire wasoondtd air of an office or apartmentmay Baltimore. Died at Atlanta,
tioii The of Citizen public lames Is an open and subjects forum and of local Invites or general discus I of the town for their uses. Just as the last night about 11:15 o'clock reach a temperature of 80 de Ga., Jan. 3, 19291845Charles: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF i

.:iterrvt. .... but It will not publish anonymous communl.ul greatest object in the life of the average but on responding to the call the grees. The air becomes as dry as I KEY WEST r

-- / -- -. man or woman i is: the care and proper development blaze was located on a sunken! that of of the the desert nose so and that throat the membranes be- D. Sigsbee, the at at the close of business December: 31, 1934 I
three masted schooner in the harbor rear admiral in charge: of the I Comptroller' Call
of children, for whom they :ome parched and cannot perform
near Mangrove Key. The fire functions. "Maine" when she was destroyedat RESOURCESLoans
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN would attempt much, so the greatest end in apparatus could not be transported their This condition normal protective predisposes to colds. Havana, born at Albany, N. Y. and Investments .... $ 305,639.43 ,

view for Key West is to assist its citizens to the scene, s-o assistance was Died July 19, 1923. Overdrafts ........--... _._... 71.61 I
the Warbler. Another Are Wet Feet Harmful Banking House Furniture '
given by Tug
WILL always seek the truth and print it in life's great endeavor. alarm wai sounded this The body surface should be kept 1849 Sir Fielding Dick and Fixtures ..__... 33,082.33'
without fear and without favor; never be Why should we go crazy over size The fire was in the factory warm and dry. If the skin be- Bonds of States and Pos ;
morning. chilled is apt to catch ens, English lawyer and judge!: sessions of the United .
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; and industrial development? Is life com- of J. Marucci on Greene rold.:omes Mothers one worry when their last surviving child of the !great: States ... ..... ._u_... 139370.68

always fight for progress; never be the organ posed alone of these features? Can a street. Building and contentswere children play -in the snow or rain novelist, born. Died Dec. 21, Other Bond and Securities 74,204.03 I
practically destroyed. Insurance feet 1933. Stock. of the Federal Reserve t
; or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, town be great in no other manner? Surely and get their feet wet. .. ... . ,' .
of $17.f>00 was carried 1 on not' harmful so long as the ._- Bank : ... ......, .,... :* .tU6.000.00' t
: class its the of a the stock with ] are '. '..-Temporary Federal) De- o *. t. jr! ..\. 'J. ,
faction or ; always do utmost for theM ; .development friendly, neighborly } and fixtures $1- :hild is active and exercising, but 1859-William Roseoe! Thayer ,l : :
i s dud 000 on the building.Cape if perllun'aits quietly ,in school Ro'ton author and manof l letters, post( Insurance fund : .1,954.01!
public welfare; never tolerate corruption I spirit the prevalepce of the a ; ,cUnitea!, States Government ; -,,., ," ,
the > !i'
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; helping }hand; to all worthy citizens 'is an Sable is daily losing many: body jr office surface all day becomes with wet(chilled feet thus horn' there Died Sept7- 1923.' -. Obligations direct ....i .' '... .."T.

commend good done'ty'indiv'id if or' organization object that merits our real endeavor. . wiles of acreage because there i is predisposing to a cold. 1864-Frank Baron; actor .and ._ ant\ ed and_-_fully_..._..-Jr?iar....$832.744.73. : . ,,
; tolerant-of'ethers' rights; views and .. no "suitable road leading to that Many people believe that alcohol playwright born. at Marysville, ",i Cash'atd"due from Banks 405. 68.9r. ,",'?M- ?. 1,327,91S.70; ?
section. This is the gist of a letter coHs.'
it of value in preventing
Cat Did Nov. 19, 1922.
opinions; print only news that will elevate OUR GREATEST PARK which was received by The When one is chilled alcohol does $1,888,23&.79

and not contaminate the reader; never com Citizen this \\cek. The letter emphasizes I jive a feeling of warmth, but SEPARATE: DRAWINGS LIABILITIES '

the statement that if a causes flushing of the skin and Capital __. ._.._, 100,000.00
with sixty
promise principle.IMPROVEMENTS years ago Congress good automobile road was available great loss of heat. If one is continuously : Surplus and Undivided Profits! ..... ........._. 5,007.42 t
T apart 3,575 square miles of land, mostly that section of the state I exposed to the cold, as on An animated Mickey Mouse Circulation -..-.-.._ -_ ., ..__ 100,000.0l'
in northwestern Wyoming since known as would be haring In the boom a long drive in freezing weather or* : cartoon requires 14,400 separate Deposits ......."...........:.... ._.._... ..... ......... 1633228.37'
working all day in the cold rain, a I drawing for a film to run 14
which i is the of much
now cause!
Yellowstone National Park in order to drinks of whiskey da minute
FOR KEY WEST money being spent in Key West. I series: of may 1888235.79

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN preserve for posterity one of the most won With the expenditure of a few real narm. When one finally cornea>> I --- -- ...---- .--------- --- ----.
in from a long cold trip however
derful groups of natural phenomena in the thousand dollars for a road from I all wet and chilled shivering and S

world. the Dade county line to Cape cold, and does not need f. go out
1. Water and Sewerage. Sable, a rich section of Monroe\ more that day, a reasonable!!
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main The park is situated on a mountainous county would be opened up and I drink any of alcohol is of definite valuein be Roe.dwinked

plateau from six to eight thousand feet the boom would run into it, the bringing about a rapid flushing 't
land. letter concludes. I jf the skin and a warm, eomfortmble ,
above level with of. '
sea high peaks
many 'DO"
The effect be
3. Free Port. t glow. may ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
volcanic origin, but now extinct. Thereare Woodmen of the World will obtained though somewhat more .

4. Hotels and Apartments. several lakes, the largest being Yellowstone hold public installation of.officers. I slowly, with a hot mustard footbath To get the .original Davit 100% Pure Paint
5. Bathing Pavilion. The ceremony will be held at thecorner I and a drink of hot coffee. lie sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE '
Lake, about 10 by 20 miles in extent of and Grinnellstreets. ftIIDT.AIII'
G. Aquarium. Fleming other teams and organize aclb look for Dai 109% Pare [Paint ha* "often'been IWII
7. Airports-Land and Sea. and lying 7,741 feet above sea level. The A short program will be which would defeat any. outfit or- I this Label imitated,but never duplicated.Davi ,,,a,"::::..
falls and canyon of the Yellowstone) Riverare presented and refreshments serv ganized by Albury. Argument ;* 100 t % Pare Paint cool ores / a-
8. Consolidation of County and City I ed. Officers to be installed! are:
all pure paint Laws and i* the only paint ma'-
the most spectacular and beau followed and the result will be a
Governments. among William Tedder, past consul commander that carries a guarantee of purity. ::::::::'.:
This after
tame Sunday. happened
tiful to be found
anywhere. ; Charles W. Sawyer consul
,the money in the treasury was for this
foek Guarantee the Label-
commander Paul G. Albury. on E'
._ i Of' paramount interest to many are ; divided acmording to the ftand-
adviser lieutenant B. .... .....
; w.kava.tnii imnn wish eth r Paw .oofac..r mitmHtf
A fine portrait is a glimpse into the about 100 in numbermorethan i ing of the clubs. any ft******
a geysers .... .
.. _
Graham banker; C. F. Kemp. All r f odiKU r* .s. ky >M in Blli or* and D>*lt '''.
soul. exist in all the rest of the world. Mostof clerk; William Roberts, escort; Ladies of the First Methodist IffilUiliAyiS CflL Crfa&fisIMS99 IALTDDE.MD r

these spout water and steam, others Hartley Roberts, inner" guard; Church will arrange for an "open

Child welfare workers might also pay spout thick m.ud. Excelsior geyser i is the James Thompson, outer guard. day house"night reception affording to be the held membersbf Mon- G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

some attention to those in their second largest flowing 4,000 }gallons of boiling Last night at the official meet the congregation an opportunity --J
the Island Baseball --
childhood. water a minute and throwing a great ing City of meeting the new pastor,
League was, on vote, disbanded. s I',111116..1.LYI..ITlbr.l..IIATIF.lII
column of water and steam 100 to 250 feet Standing of the clubs was announced Rev. L. Munro.A t - .J -

Paradoxically, when we send it by high at irregular intervals. Old Faithful with the Regulars, first! ; carrier pigeon with a band on \
Liberties, :second:; and All Americans his leg yesterday flew into the
ship it is a cargo, and if it goes by car it is geyser discharges: a column 150 feet high third. Manager Paul G. home of Mrs. John Curry 306

a shipment. every 64 to 65 minutes, amounting to a Albury, of the All Americans, said William street. The bird is being JANUARY

million and a half gallons at each eruption. he could take the team and make held by Mrs. Curry. Any person

Good roads and modern conveniencesfor it a winner. Maxie Markovitz said interested should communicate at
Forty volumes of missing J laws have he could take what was left of the the address.
the comfort and pleasure of visitorsare
been discovered in Siam. What an unlucky
to be found in the park, which annually

country? attracts a great number of tourists. 1"I I PAINT SPECIALS I

Hunting is forbidden, but fishing i is per
Have installed .
When the bridegroom leads his brideto you your-
mitted. The park is:-; one of the greatest
the altar he doesn't have
appear to to
animal in
A wild bird and preserves the

do much urging. world. .iE T fjS General Electric / SHERWIN WILLIAMS, METRO.PALMER.! FLAT OR GLOSSWEALTH

.r ;; d1 'J I i 15 r1.. t 4. t YLtti.(\$;with excellent foresight! lth'a\ P.OLITAN dll i C&jUtlfoTPALMER 1 'VlIIT1'.tjPAINTJ.I-" .;, .

The ordinary person thinking of further this wonderful i region. was* dedicated. .;ur ,1 I FLAT /: '. ,WHITE, .. ._ : ::R .:'I- ,..or'PAIt.'T'
: f. '
s I lt IJ.:;; ... '
.JJft I' :
progress mainly apran i tn reasu I rp! .public I use: by Congress as the fjrs\,,gf our. -t9.P :- .. 1 Gallon.:. ahs t 'h'" .,'",
HJ "VI i **. .. ..' $:111050
comfort and amuseentAn national parks:'\, of which there are In Gallon, ftyu.! : \ ' .- 'f'. .* .; ..I.; ry; q.6.1" '
n'I: 'I .. 9 0' .
.ft .''t : Refrigerator? ry? ; _per gallon ........... . f ---f K- '. : '. '
English court has decidVd that "':1 ROUGH RIDER MYTH 1 Y i;; ,.;'t* Gallon CansZILO ;: .< ,..:. ; C

woman is a person. A wise decision if the '1'I'I H/> "<"<<. t.: In 5 Gallon Cans, $1.75 at.; ......."..,...............-..... 80c

learned judges are married.If Probably 99 persons out of 100 who I per gallon I J ............
have read or heard of the famous Roosevelt -I Only ,

the men of Key West will Stop* long Rough Riders of the SpanishAmerican "

enough to think about it they will realize War believe that those ambitious I *1
that the culture of this comjnunity is sustained troopers charged up San Juan Hill on $ ": .>:- .

by its women. horseback, booted and spurred, sabers ;:t)

waving in the air. 1 .':''' '.), Sherwin Williams product that has become very .

To the public advertising fa a great A writer in a recent magazine 11 ., popular in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the fact that .

convenience. It edue!rtes. It informs. It graphically portrayed their exploit as fioLDSAU) THIS FOOD! it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per'Cent Lead

acquaints._ If wisely used advertising is that of "500 men on horseback standingin 2 1 tyt don milk ass.*2 e%t pt Ib.*.but cream,,, and Zinc Paint known. A 25 Ib can of this product to- :.

worth what it costs. Like other expenditure i- their stirrups and galloping along, i.ce 1..case 1 bottle,.2 sass catsup fruit gether with linseed oil to thin,. makes your paint cost for
; however, it must not be foolish andit shouting to one another like polo players." d O \xr W n 11 l i L.td3e. ebsrna!!.."" M bad 2 Ib. pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about _
lecruse I bas cucumberpots ; ::
irylit not be expected to be miraculous. The truth is that the Rough Riders I one in your aalery 2 tba .o..ron. 2 .r.pe. Ir.u I b..d.., $2.28 per gallon.: Theo paint you get compares with prepared . :

_____ foot in Cuba Ittau.a .dozen "
t marched and fought on home. oenges paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.
.. 1 i.r salad draws 1 lb. /
Congress may 'grant Representative did other cavalry regiments, their horses lard e.2 1eft orer cay # .
I onr*.* 1 or. sets, bottte : :.. .
2 qu c k.iij.j r| ir.y. tao : .
"WilcQXs when sailed
for behind they -
request operation of the Key having been left ICC cubes-2lus. bf ice) -

1Veubmarine base, since he asks for this from the United States. $1.00 .month until July tat takes IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS-I5 to 60 Watt
only during the winter months, from November Due to Roosevelt's vivid personalityand .r I

15 to April 15. That wall be satisfactory the large amount of publicity given care. of the payment 'r-'r-t' rrm 4

to Key West and should be to New the regiment by New York newspapermen Don't miss the chance to have the 2forl5c .

London, Conn., as the summer base the Rough Riders received the lion's8hare ;

of credit for the victory at Santiago, best ot refrigeration at a S

The Saar goes back to Germany. Tal a share far greater than was their just small cost.

leyrand we believe it was, who offeredthe I due. I I
Sooth Co.
Florida &
See us regarding this trial plan. Contracting :
Saar and
region for nothing to Germany I That they were brave men good .

when it was in possession of France but it fighters none will den Y abut they were in I PLoae S 8 White laid. Ella Sheen S''
The West Electric
was refused. Now, according to the termsof I that respect no different from other troops, Key Co. "Your home is worthy ofwhe best"

the plebiscite received scant attention in ;
Germany must pay i some of whom
A. F. AY ALA Sales Manager
France about 500 million marks to obtain the dispatches. The Rough Riders did no ,. ,.. :

what it possessed:) before the world: .wars I riding! ,. rough or otherwise, in Cuba. I WI.li.i.lI ...I..I" WI""IIII""]i '


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(Mr 4. *el>t4 I'r...) I' dressing his churchyard PAPER

I MARSEILLE: France.: Jan. 16. in a London ...rD DC paper,

t fAi "SMffhir fiat "And while you're about It." be I -The "Count of Monte CrMo's"!! l S m. suburban vicar stirred upan
dropped anchor off HamorUgt
erhera Iraesarwoera hat* 909 laU continued. "I don't see any reason island from whose ecclesiastical torn.
to trrtreortia, tcortfc mUtekieh why George and 1 rtonldn't hare a : I I prison, stony Appearing at the rep of 75c
lie.a Irtongf to Mollyiritrkl. heights Alexandre Dumas' hero
look at the Inside ot the factory. We
HoUy 4t aboard1 to uroIfontavur. the "agony" column, tbe-
Xkholal; t're1.tl.lnT1J can examine it properly later." ______ ___ ___ 1 was tossed in a sack is for rentto vicars advertisement ,
end Jimmy }'et.: boy prottpt of "I feel horribly like Cinderella" -- I aa. > Package of 500 Sheets
the bidder. noaaced
JTick'a. Altyittd taint t tht roarew highest :
tAe form of tht "..en.otl.. said Molly. "Sitting at home while
refer OrJaff. Jain Oa re.K.ofrtt SECOND BILLIARD I KEYWESTTEAM\ DIAMONDBALL Bottom price demanded by the "Ancient churchyard, bean-
two out to a arty""Oh
you go
grate tkt fnnsvlafrom 11.8y.voilcd I tiful near London. GOOD QUALITY BOND
at tlambrUgo for. tnont*. I say!" Jerry glanced at her' Chateau d'Ifs present owner, the country

e sal to leans(koarrfcd ft*"tame'3eapalra"kirn:Muff CAtre.Chapter paiarnocr from. the peoj hop>J Jcft a If trifle you'd uncomfortably.rather.." "Look here I TOURNAMENT HELD TO PLAY MIAMILOCAL CAME TONIGHT I I French government, is 75,000 Burial* allowed of a few at special onparishioner fees.. PAPER

francs about $4,500. After
Write Boa . .N
"Nonsense I was: only Joking. I _
I shall be quite happy here with that, the privilege of stretchinghis Answering numerous pro. -THE-
Jimmy." She Jumped up. "After all, A.I The Senior Diamondball Leaguewill legs in the cells occupied by tests, the ecclesiastical commission *

FIRST STEPS, I'ie had my share of adieu tare. Its SANCHEZ. STICKNEY WIN LEAVE HERE ON SATUR. put on another game tonightat the "count" goes to the bidder Stated there was no ARTMAN PRESS

V nADnauied in! the j jib ink rw your turn to get Into trouble now." Bayview Park when the Lopez legal_ objection to the adver
who will write the check.
"We'll be back aa soon as we can," SECOND STRAIGHT DAY MORNING Funeral Home will cross bats with longest tisement.
just alt to help tidy np.
t noriag I assured her: "then well have a I I l the Busy Bees. Citizen BUg.PHONE .

when I wis arrested by a sadden exclamation cabinet council and report protresa. McCarthy\ :M. Ubieta, Stickneyand The: Key West baseball club Arthur Lunn will oppose Robert NEW ASBESTOS SUIT Telephone'Iines of the United I

from Jimmy It we're Inspected Mrs. Oowlland A. Sanchez won their second will} l gave here on Saturday morning Bethel in the pitching staff, States, if strung in a continuous 51

f "See that bloke\ over there. sari. and the factory It will be something straight game in the Billiard!I for: Miami where they will and an interesting exhibition i il is TESTED IN FURNACE line, would reach to the moon and I
from?" to go on at least"Putting tournament at the Duval Club J -- back 105 times. I
Wonder where s come < two-game series with the l looked for.Today. 1HIIP
on my cap and taking I play a .. ._ .
flxod last night. (By '** Press)

(and His turning eyes were, my head on the sharply factory I down the milk Jug from the rack. I In the first game Sanchez and ]I South Miami team. The games will .."".e..oSe.ie... I LONDON, Jan. 16.-Testing a :504............e..e....45..e.e.e500............
led the out Into the welL The
'caught\ sight of tin !Intruder. He was way brief Stickney scored 100 to 78 by their t be played Sunday afternoon in In new asbestos suit designtd to assist ,
other two followed and after a History .
standing about thirty yards from the opponents. Stickney's run of 14' South Miami.A .
glanccPat the sky which was still in the rescue of occupants of HOTEL LEAMINGTON
little ittlde the barbed the of the Val- 144..S0S500.40...... : S
shore, a way o covered with threatening clouds, was highest game. Key West day will be held burning airplanes, R. M. Alcock,
wire fence. From nr;Jer one arm pro- des and M.: Sanchez ran 12 each.
scrambled aft and began tohaul 1909-South Magnetic Pole
Jerry visitors witha
there in honor of the ,
'truded a long double-barreled! gds In the second game McCarthystole superintendent of Heston airport "MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL"NE
the dinghy. found.
up .
and'beside his! feet crouched a big! the show. lIe ran 18 balls big dance and carnival In con stood for two minutes in a .

tough-coated_ d. g.I remained beside me. her twice scoring 74 points out of nection. wood furnace heated to 1,400 degress. -; tit Street at Biteayn Boulevard 0

He was a broad.shouldered,sturdtllybuflt MOLLY wandering over the I the 100. Ubieta ran 15. The following are the players 1920-National Prohibition in 1 Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay

man of between forty and lefty cheerless prospect The standing of the teams are: making up the Key West club: effect When he came out he said it I Opposite Union Bo StationLOWEST

,dressed la dark clothes and wearing "Look Nick!" she said suddenly. McCarthy and Ubieta, won 2, Carbonell," Casa, Baker, Cates, had been hot, but not uneomfort. : S

leather gaiters I "Isn't that a'mast sticking! up there lost 0; 200 points for a percentage Vena, M. and A. Acevedo, A. 1920 -.Council of the Societyof i ,able S RATES EVER QUOTED

t I watched him for a moment and behind those tre sT" of 1000. Innings played, 24. Perez, Gopher, Bethel, A.' Griffin Nations first met j hi Paris. The new sail, built on the lines I

then,made HIT way to where the other She was pointing1' Inland,'-where* I and'' San hez '2 knd. C Griffin.: -: u of a diving suit, weighs only 5 1-2 Single''Room with
Stickney"> won Bath ..._-..........--......._..._... $1.50
ttoet9 standing. tag" estuary! ,now reduced to a nar- The seorysof, ,these games will 1928-Pan-American Confer j poundsarid may be downed? in a .
our friend Cowlland. }lost 0; 200i points for at percent j : Double Room with Bath .._....._____.__.. 2.00
e "That must row rand bordeietl'erect, tirade a :agA'of l.OOOi. Innings played <40. }be wired lit and posted at Russell's ence: opened in Hanna by late I matter of seconds. ,
." I said. "Out after rabb'ts.! 1 sharp: bend t6 tie; north.'A: little distance Cigar Store on' Sunday night, it i iI is President! Coolidge .. ,
Sanchez and VaWe, won 0, lost : ALFRED SIMONS .
lanD ote. :beyond the turn; stood a cluster 12162' for"fa of ft .ted. I ment banished ,,jt* opponents, i ins :I .. , Manager.. .

'he's Jerry granted but he".Don't seems know to be what .' of'straggling elms through and amongst It.000.: Innings point played percentage,' 32j"w 'f I k. ,O_ I Ii 1928-Soviet Russian:' Govern-J eluding Leon Trotsky. I S.* ......eeeei.e.: .....-....... .......................
after precious them, plainly risible a gap i .CSSSSSSSSI............. .
f Orfn find Ortega in anft.. lost 1 t ..
interested li Shall I give ,.
us. In the foliage, rose the slender spar '
him a halls of some small anchored craft. 2; 116 p .i'bI-i ;"a percentage of Today's BirthdavsWilliam

< As he spoke I saw the dog lift Its "Seen that. JerryT" I asked as he .000. Innings played, 32. ................... ....

head and a Melons snarl echoed arrived back with the painter. ...........a........oToday's ...
across the water. It was answered lie nodded. "Probably one of the M.\ Jardine presidentof

promptly by a deep growl from Burnham lot come through out of Horoscope the Municipal University! of

George. the Crouch. They use this way some- I..4.............0..... Wichita, Kans., ex-Secretary of
"No, let him alone! for the present times If they don't draw too much 'Agriculture and diplomat, born in

." 1 replied. "As you laid yourself water." He stared at It This day indicates a profound Idaho, 5C years ago.
we don't want to rush things." "I suppose you've got reftectivelY.1 mind with a sensual nature. There

With a gruff word of command, you!" is a thoughtful temperament anda I

the stranger shouldered his gun and "Hera they are," I said. "The !fis peaceful disposition, with an Elwood Mead\ U, S. Commissioner

turning on his heel began to walk one un'ocks the gate in the fence undercurrent of great force when} of Reclamation, born at

slowly away. Something peculiar In I and the other lets you Into the build the anger is aroused. You can Patriot, Ind., 77 years ago.

his gait struck me at once but before ing. They're both labelled." make your own way by force of
1 could remark on It. Molly had "Good!" He slipped them into his There is .
gentle persistence. Ephraim F. Morgan exgoverncr
I ,caught me by the sleeve"Nick" :pocket and. accompanied by George,
taste for travel which should be of West Virginia exSolicitorof
she! whispered, "he'sdrur.k. dropped down Into the dinghy. I was
." : gratified if possible. the Dept. of Commerce, born
just preparing to follow him when

"He can' be at this hour of the Molly put her hand softly on mine. ...........-._... _. .. d Marion, \\. Va.f 66 years ago; .
morning. I objected. "Take care of yourself Nick." she

But he I!. I can see It from here. whispered CLASSIFIED Francis R. Hart of Boston,

Look at the nay he's lurching The tide had already run down to president of the United Fruit Co., I
about!" euch an extent that the bank was Mass 67.
bom at New Bedford ,
"Well be hanged to him anyhow!" now not more than thirty yards dis COLUMNFOR
broke In Jerry cheerfully.! "Let's go tant. Instead of being partially submerged years ago. _

below and have some grub." the end of the Jetty stood ........................1 1 .., .' . .. -- .
out dome thYee tee:'above the wa-' SALEA I i CarlV.. Ackerman, dean of the

"LIOW about It. Nlckr ter, and sculling leisurely up to It, Columbia University School of -- ', .,.: ,

* 1 hoisted myself from the Jerry grabbed hold of the rusty FINE TONED three quarters Journalism. born at Richmond, ... '.
bunk where I had been .lying smoking chain served as a handrail sized violin 717 Simonton Ind.[ 45: years ago.
and looked at my watch. The "This will be cleaner than the i street.. jan 16-3t
time was close on eleven o'clock. shore" he observed. "We can push I "
"I'm all In favor of getting towork. off from here without getting our 1- FOR RENT Buckner A. McKinney, governor

." I said. "WeTe lots to do and feet maddy. of the Federal Reserve Bank, ..
the sooner we make a move the better He made the painter fast to an ROOMS AND APARTMENTS, Dallas, Tex., born at McKinney, THE

," Iron ring and preceded by George 1013 Southard street. Tex., 63 years ago. new AEROTYPE CROWN

"Where shall we begin Inquired I clambered cautiously ashore. The dec22-lmox I ,
Molly. steps were coated with wet slime .
SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All Robert W. Service, "poet of the
"Well as a first step 1 think the and festoons of green weed trailed modern conveniences Yukon," born in England.! 61 ETHYL vaporizes (turns to gas), at,
vvlaest thing would be if Jerry and down from the sodden timber."I .
I had a look round." wonder Avon doesn't look after Bathing and fishing at your years ago.Hon. .

Her face fell a trifle. "Ob! Can't 1 I his property a bit better," 1 com back door. Frank Johnson, low temperatures giving instant

come too?" o I plained. "The whole place seems to Colonial Hotel Building. Lucien Cannon, Canadian ,

"""d rather yon didn't-not until I be going to rack and ruin. jan7.tf statesman, born in Quebec, 48
we see how the land lIes.*I don't sup. I Jerry shrugged his shoulders. with continuous maximum
pose there's anything to worry "Ob It was only a makeshift Job run FOR RENT-Two-story furnished years ago. .. Out- l i m b s
home three bedrooms two
the I don't Imagine
about but It would be Just as "'elilo up during war.
do a little bit of preliminary scout- Its ever been used since-at least baths. Apply 817 Fleming GIVES WARNING Highest antiknock: rating Judge AEROTYPE
Ing." only tor Osborne's experiments. street. jan 10.12tx power. .
offered for land service
"Von think"-she p1used-"you lie led the way along the slippery C. E. ever
: Dr.
think they may hare followed us planking until we reached the firm FURNISHED APARTMENT 5 -no carbon kncb.
Goddard of this city in his annual CROWN ETHYL when
down here?" ground beyond where I turned Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs I only unmixed

"It's not Impossible replied. round to wave a good,bye to Molly! Garage* and TelfP, one.* 514.. i report as. health officer, warned C '
"Orion' must bare beard something vi ha .ft aa still Matching us from, the If aret. ., ja- ** men and.women not to smoke ,.. Du t. P01lKers -
deck., reel like coming' lasidflrstr1 --1I1 &e tha 'k fi atettes;a day. -/" ,' :' t. '" t' I with other ttel..Noincrease 1
about our plans rr be: wouldn't have. !; r . .
asked you those questions. he added "or ''would', you Q1t PLETEJ..Yf.1 A:fURNI SII .b! Complete vaporization. pra .II ,It : ; '

"Seems a sjiame tq leave you behind rather push along to the farm MODERN UOME-rApply; fa ; LOCALS; ducesaUpowlrodragging. : . ,
," strucMln! Jrj/V"but If you +traliht away?" Duval Street..l_ jan3-tf :,1 j ,"''I'" c. .' (1; J t..Mess crank- : dilution, ""in price + sells"for only two cents a

sapping "I think I'll stick tQ F.statof ,, '
wouldn't mind on board a : j wohitClasses it J.A'\o 1 .
}ust for this morning . ." plan. I replied. "wit' I'rlgla\ 'AUT6 SER ICEt' ; !.Ii' ART F. AltTLtJ1f, i .I t "
-.> "Why. of course not. She smiled/ regular ducking from th & WASHED I \ TO rnF.DlTORI" I" : ,,11. i, (__ , gallon more than ,Crown Gasoline.Has .
o J. ,
"You, ceednJtUie! : tactful. Jerry..1 and I'd:l Ilka tq get this Job over be- .Tp"ialt creditors and all persona j j
promised tor'ooey'orders. fore It starts." f ".* Painted; and Greased. .No.c: $ fltfcvInK rlalrrts or demands against the highest specifications

"My lira Is this" I explained.! "Perhaps you'ro right I'll Just Fire Station. dec17.1moMISCELLANEOUS You Raid, Estate and each: of you are hereby ever applied to ,motor

"We'll gd ashore together and take hare a nose round and then if you're notified and required to present gasoline.
George with us as If we were giving not back (I'll probably stroll along any claims and demand which you
or either\ of you, may have agalnfttthe
him a run. While! Jerry's playing& and meet you." estate of MAUY R. RARTLUM.deceased .
about and throwing sticks for him. He glanced once more In tbe dI- CASH PAID for used furniture. late of Monroe County OutAheadVirtually

I'll amnse myself by having a little rection of the elms. "Unless It's 1013 Southard street County Florida,Judge to the of lion.Monroe Hugh County Ounn, at, IIB 0 tYPI:
dec7lmoxINSTRUCTION gum.fr&no
walk. 1 suppose there's a path of pouring with rain we might walk : his office in the County Court House
some sort that leads up to tbe over afterwards and take a squintat In :Monroe County Florida within gummy or sticking valves to
eight calendar months from the
that boat. Always a good thingto
farm r"There's date of the first publication hereof. cause !loss of power.
a path all I right" replied make sure who one's neighborsare. All claim and demands" not presented -
the ." PIANO-Modern methods; Thor within\ the time and In the
road back
Jerry. "It Joins the at
of the factory. He leaned forward "So It occurred to me." I admit ough instruction. Reasonable manner barred as prrncrlbed provided herein h? law.shall be OutstandingPositively

and knocked!! out his pipe. "What's ted. "I 1 was going to suggest It myself rates. Chas Roberts Studio, Dated Key Wrst Florida. January CROWNETHYL
'the Idea, Nlck"Nothng ?" only' you . ." 613 :Margaret Street :!nd, A P 1975.llRENCF. \LOXnY. SPOTTS- a NEW fuel-unlike -
dc3nlte.! Just going! to "I didn'ttant to frighten Molly. janlO11.1214lC1821xPERSONAL WOOD, and amuingly superiorto

;bare a smell round that's all 1 She's bad enough shocks already An Executrix of the Last Will and heretoforesold.
Testament of Mary 1-::. Itartlnm.: gasoline
and any
.want to get bold of Mrs. Go.Iand1wbu besides. wouldn't! mind betting I JHo.f'.a'.i.
that husband of hers Is oat of a hundred to one that It's some perfectly I ., .Jan.11-3 .
the'way." I harmless chap cruising! around

| "Wby not take along the jug and for his own amusement. I AND INDIGESTION victims, n Tin roi'\TV JIIXIRMJ! rofnTI .
why suffer? For quick relief \ AMI 'Oil 'to\ .'COt-\T ,
ask for coma milk? Give yon :a ICopyrlgkt.I. Peas PubBtKlng Co) "'LOltlU t.
'chance to.sea what she's Uk e.rhat't ." 1 I get a free sample of Udga In re Estate of
a bright Mea!" The QawlUndt turn out rather Tablets, a doctor's prescription, XKUJfc U RAhNDrRS.Deceased..
MODI tomorrow
at Gardner's ,Pharmacy.
__ .'__o' _.---- -- jan7-8-9-l 4-16-2 l-22-23-28-29-30x KtTICt 1 TO C'U'UITtJ1\. -
To all creditor and all' persons
having claim or demands against .

BISHOP TO VISIT I. BEATS-UP WOMANI I ALICE, I've resolved to chewWngleys Maid Tna Estate a'd each: ftf ynlI'a'r \.fr..bt ,' 2.FOR YOUR MOTOR
f Double Mint everyday notified and required to present any ---
I ST. PAUL-:M\'s. Jane Thur- this year. It has so many claim and demands which you, or
COLORED CHURCH either fit you. may hare against the
man of this city beat a woman benefits and I love it too. estate of NELLIE U SVCNDERS.deleaved ,
late of MonroeCounty,
for ly. al-I
roomer her husband'
.Florida to the lion. Much Gunn.
pipe, which she declared to, County Judge of Monroe County, at .
Bishoo A. T. Keeney presiding! FEMALE HELPSALESLADIESSPECIAL his office In the County CourtHouse
be "Kicred." I II In Monroe County. Florida
over the Atlanta district of the within eight calendar month from
the1 date of the. first publication
Methodist-':piscopal Church who I \lb\erib" to The Citizen. I married women. $15 weekly and 3 3yourown hereof. All claims and demand STANDARD OIL COMPANY
FREE nod presented within the time ahd
i is now calling on many churchesof rep In i the manner prescribed herein
resenting nationally known shall be barred as provided by law.
the South, Florida conference, 2 o'clock on that afternoon according .
Dated KeyVest.. Florida /
Fashion Frocks. No canvassing.
will be in Key West on Friday, to announcement made by e.x925.Ci1AItLES.
No investment Send i dress site. MORTIMKn S. L JalnlarJ'1 INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKYI <
January 18. and will speak at A. T. }McCaskell pastor, and Mary Fashion Frocks, Dept. S-2523, : A. Administrator of the .

Newman M. E. Church colored, at A Moreno, recording secretary. Cincinnati, Ohio. .janlG-ltx i :c'ttK:.Saundera.. d jaaz-5.12' j ", ':.' -' ,- . : -' -_ .. ,- 1 '. r ;
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?SAGE FOUR THE KEY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16. 1935.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeoooeeoeeeeeoeeeeeoeeeee .



SOCIETY Subscribers GENOA-Signora Luisa Seal-
:-: : -:
PRAISE a.aaaa.aaaaaaaaacaaa...1 GIVENPOSITIONASSIGNED IN NEWQUARTERS lino, wife of a railroad employeof

Please be prompt la this city, has given birth to her
Owen paying
G. R. auditor with '
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress TOKEYWESTASSISTANT FERA, who was away on businessfor the carrier woo deliver year I third set of triplets.]

'PHONE 752-J a few days, returned yester- TO DUTY AS STEN- paper.' H. pays The CiU... Cecil Gray, the taxidermist, announces :
15 cents a week for toe .
..... ............................................ day. OGRAPHER IN OFFICE AT and sells it to yea for paper 20 the removal of his lab-

TO HARRY HOP. cents. Hi. profit for delivering oratory from 319 Fleming streetto FEWER.
Key West Garden Club Makes Mrs. Lovick Ley returned yes- JACKSONVILLEMiss
i. 5 earls 801 William where he is
KtttS! SAYS CITIZENS MAK. terday after a short visit with Mr. cents weekly oa street,

Plans For Coming Flower Show ING SUCCESS OF REHABILITATION Ley who is purser with the P. and HE subscriber: loses. Not if h.Tie is Citis not paid_. now established.

O. S. S. Company attached to the Ann Kirchik, daughter of Increase of business coming .HELPS:I .PREVENT: : .MANY: .C01DS,

-- PROGRAM Steamship Florida sailing between Mr. and Mrs. G. Kirchik.of Key '1.lIII..II.INEW with the active game hunting Sand ,
The 'nieeting of the Key West 'mittee heads to le entered in the Miami and Havana.

Garden Club held yesterday morn- general display. (Miami Daily News) West, has been assigned tq a position fishing season; made it necessary Fish, Birds and Deer Heads
Mrs W. ] and as stenographer in the of- for Mr. Gray to seek more capa-
Stephen Douglass
ing at the Woman's Clubhouse on If citizens of every American L. V. James and Mrs. James of ARRIVAL AT Mounted
:Mrs. Arthur Pastorini, chairmenof Lorraine, Ohio arrived fices of the Federal Bureau of cious quarters, :it U stated. CECILGRAY
community co-operated with yesterdayand
Division street with Mrs. William
Foreign and Domestic Commercein I I
the Fruits and Vegetables Committee FERA like those of Key West, the are guests of Mr. and :Mrs. i TAXIDERMISTFine .
II. Malone, President of .the wish it made known that administration would be satisfiedits 'Louis Martin who are in Key West Jacksonville. Notice of the appointment R. BROWN'Sand HOME Chest ColdsDon't } Work-Reasonable 'Prices

club presiding, and !..Irs.V., they will welcome entries of various funds are well spent, Jacob for their regular winter vacationof was received by The I I FLEMING STREET
J. Phelan, Secretary, assisting, fruits'' and vegetables from Citizen today. let them get a strangle 801
Baker, assistant to Harry Hopkins .several months. I '
hold. them
Fight quickly. Key West,
was an interesting cession the townspeople, and anyone desiring national relief administrator Miss Kirchik left Key West several -I Mr. Mrs. Ralph] Brown of mulsion combines 7 helps in one.

throughout. to make such entries should declared yesterday on his return Austin Williamson, special pas- months ago for Jacksonville'l! 609 Ashe street announce the Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto
for the Flower Show to communicate direct with Mrs. after being !
Plans representative of the P. take. No narcotics. Your own
Wash- senger
from the Island City to : birth of a baby girl this morningat
take place on February 20th. 21st Douglass or Mrs. Pastorini. I ington. 'and O. S. S. Company, arrived grapher with the Porter Dock I druggist is authorized to refund
and 22nd are rapidly taking shape. Those entering potted plants of Baker, former president of yesterday from Jacksonville and company. She was first assigned to 9:30 o'clock. The baby has your money on the spot if yourl

Committees have been appointedto any kind should bear in mind that Vanguard Publishing Co., stopped sailed f.on the Cuba for Havana. duty in the internal revenue offices been given the name of Henrietta cough or cold is not
handle details of the various the name of the plant, and en- I last in that city. Rose. Creomulsion. (adv.)
here for several hours night::)
display, a complete list of trant's name and address should after two days of inspecting the Mr. and Mrs. Simon Johnson of Mrs. Brown is the former Miss 1
inscribed I In the 13 years since 1921 the Esmie Burgass, and is here with
these committees having appearedin clearly on a tag se- relief machine engaged in rehabiF- Miami arrived yesterday for a ..s
yesterday's issue of The Citi- curely pasted on the container so I tating Key West from a dying industrial stay of several days with rela decline in births in this countryhas her husband visiting her mother FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
I that it may be returned to its tives. been about 25 per cent with and father. ..
i city to a unique tourist resort. -
zen.Key Wes is fortunate in having owner at the termination of the With him was Mrs. Ger- only 2,200,000 babies being bornin ABSORPTIONYes

so able a leader as Mrs. Malone, Flower Show. 'trude S. Gates, member of the E. M. Smith, agent for the Rail- 1934.BumsteadsWormynip. If You Can Knit. . NEW YORK
to direct this enterprise, and her The next meeting of the Key staff of Allen Johnston. Atlanta, way Express Company at Key Soft-Lite Lenses reduce
committee aides can also be depended West Garden Club will be held on I I Southeastern states administrator. West, left yesterday for a visit' EARN EXTRA MONET easily and pleauntly. and BOSTON light evenly all the way across
We put you In business without a pennyInvestment
I the visible
upon to bend every effortin Thursday of next week. Those ,The use of volunteer workers with Mrs. Smith who is ill in one Write for our Free Plan. The ] spectrum.'

the carrying out of their desire attending yesterday'smeeting' ) in-' ;in. Key jWest<<: when..the .city was of the hospitals in Miami.Mrs. To rhDdrM an a .a&1'lblH'f'.' "Vhev. '1A.tI.! Alt Chop'st Home' ...e .Frea*Key-. JbV.M..ltrnato.Fridays There are no alarming dips
make this Flower Showan clod 11'S.11 rChfforU Ulrica J tree*ton are f NtVKHrAlLN. and 'zooms in the middle of the
to year's ar'i &
: ( t':1.-U':
i 'I;,unable to match. funds of the ad- DMDtto enormous SOCIETY: BRAND YARNS From New York alternate Tuest
unqualified(uccvss. ;iMrh F.'T. .FordIblrs.,6tcphcnrY. :' rehabilitation James II. Hardee who .eat ef HANTOMN.' It remains fall duee.Mood y visible spectruni\: -just a smooth
the ,
'mmisi, atiop in ,,: .
; ,, fclilTfwnttiC ] d.eyeryrheN 3 Waierly Place. New York. N. Y. ;
Nor are these members of the 1 !Douglass vi Mrp.i J. Vii ing If!arris, ', ,was highly? praised by .was with-Mr. Hardee in Ports- it be mall fiOa a butt d. : even" absorption of, all the light
Garden Club the' only ones who Mir a.i Frederick]I',Kirtlanid?: 1 Jre. .!'th program e. Washington: man.: . 'mouth,.,Va., arrived yesterday and s.. C.jA- *'.-b_Ji r L r J5ueJdsW.. I From BostonJttlerWle5aturday{ we uU"to see.'
will contribute to its success.I Falls, +'Mrs. Curry Mpreno, Miss -. .will beat home : MOtfROE THEATER L. 'Ett iTheSoftLite Lens just tone
'I 1 I .'{Everyone is.doing ,his. part! to with her mother, BENJAMIN LOPEZ ..j Atb.frpJ Iflfltr 1
Mrs. Malone reiterates that this' ,Mollie -Parker,.'Mr.j Editb)Rhodes : make .the: ,program., a success! ;': :,Mxs.: Susan Quinn. : Henry Hull-Jane Wyatt in I: AlW\ii4 Jwri seaT! LvrrUe: *I down,the."'. intensity. to a lower
show is to be a civic affair, and ;Foste/"Mrsj' .Wallace[n J.t; ryant. i Baker> .said. "In.ar4effort, tomak@ FUNERAL,, HOME\ : GREAT EXPECTATIONS g Keyr t attend 'day tollosvl.s 'I 1 It l" t.

Key Westers re'urged to submit :Kirke; M,.s.1J; Qi Gekeler;[
specimens of their own growingand Wm. Wihite, Mrs. 0. S. Long and for tourists, even the dogs have I' George Connor Jr., arrived Weil's Oldest BRiTISH AGENT utet

fostering to the proper com- Mrs. Ralph Gunn. I been forbidden to bark." yesterday from Birmingham, Ala. 24-Hoar Ambulance Service I Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra C. E. SMITH. Aceat.I .2 Soft-Lite Licensee

---- The assistant administrator'said and are guests of Mrs. W'ebster's Licensed Embalmer 15-20c; Nnt! 15-2Se Key Heat 532 Duval. Street
he wanted to correct "a mistaken brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Pboae 13S Ni.bt 698-W L I 1 i

Social Club To Give Coral Wheel Club impression that Key West Mrs. W. R. Porter. - -

Banquet This Evening Plans For Outing has portionate received share more of than Florida its relief pro John F. Turner, supervisor of CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIII'IIIII.lIIIII.lIII: jIft

- money. Only because the com the agricultural census for the
Officers members and guests) Members of the Coral Wheel munity has committed itself si Second District, was in the city
of the Kappa Pi Y Club will par-] Club will have another bicycle whole-heartedly to aiding FERA yesterday and guest of C. Sam B.

ticipate tonight in the semiannual ride and party Friday night it has it obtained outstanding bent Curry, who was appointed enumerator

banquet of the club. The was announced today. I fits" he said.Arriving in the Monroe County
affair will be celebrated in the The group is to gather at the here by plane from section. RELIABLE FIRMS

s La Plaza restaurant. .home of Mrs. Fred Kirtland at Key West, Baker continued'northby

Officers of the club this year. 7:30 p- m., and from there will I Eastern Air Lines last night. Charles Wells, who is operatinga
elected afternoons' start the ride. Wieners will be'
wore Sunday He intends to stop at Raleigh, N. fish buying and shipping busi-
and are: Oliver Armayor, re- roasted at the air station, and C. for of the ness at Matecumbe. left yesterday
an inspection relief -
elected president; Rene Diaz, re- beer, will be served. machine there before going t) afternoon after a brief visit with Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction !
elected vice president; 1IIarcos1Iesa The bicyclists ride as a club Washington. He came south by his family. _

secretary Frank Fernan-j I.twice each month, usually near way of Tampa. His avowed reason -
dez, treasurer. I the full of the moon. The affair for visiting Key West was to 'eeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeef After the banquet membersand I Friday night, however, will be the "see if the administration's money I REVIVE LASH TO DELICIOUS

guests will spend the rest of third party this month, since Mr. was being-wasted." lie admitte I PLANTS, FLOWERS, : )BETHEL'SSERVICE SWEET CLOVER
the evening at an invitation t and Mrs.'Lewis Pierce entertainedthe last night his doubts had bee CURBCRIfflNALSBULGARIAN VINES : CAKES and PASTRIES. ,
dance. club last week. 1 STATION CONDENSED MILK b
allayed. ..
i Cocoanut Plants each 15c e ASK FOR IT AT YOUR '-.
Woman's Guild Everready Club j CARS WASHED :"\
YOUNG SOLON Hibiscus Plants, each 10c.25c NEIGHBORHOOD
: STORE k:
To Hold SocialThe Holds MeetingThe i CARS POLISHED
HAS DECREASED LAW Bougainvillea, Red or Pure 0
GIVEN ADVICE pie ..--...... .- __ SOC,to $1.00 J yr TOP GOOD GULF GASOLINE Same quality and weight I as
Woman's Guild of St. Everready Star Club met, VIOLATIONS SERVICE other higher priced condensed
:II I \ Poinsettia Plants SOc to $1.00 : BATTERY SERVICE milk. h:
Paul's Parish will hold their Sock yesterday afternoon at the home'I
Social on Tuesday evening$ of Mrs. Charles Lowe on Staples! -DISTRIBUTED BY-
I toy AceclairPrraa) Turks Cap, each 25c SMILE!

January 22nd at the Parish Hall; Avenue.It ;I -- SOFIA, Jan. 16.-The whip- : Roses, dozen, .,.,.,..._ $1.20 : Our Ready-to-Serve Cakes e '0' : TRUJILLO BROTHERS
beginning at 8 o'clock. was at first intended to de-;.
ping post has been revived in *
vote the afternoon to the installing ALL SORTS OF SUGGESTIONS : and Pastries are always fresh! GIVE US A TRIAL WHOLESALE GROCERY
"A special has been numerous communities of Bul-
program arranged
of officers, but due to the South Florida Nursery : :
and the public is invited un OFFERED TO HOLT AS TO garia, and police report there has Maloney & Peacock Cor- Fleming r and Grinnell Sts.
avoidable absence of a number of been a sharp decrease in law vio Phone 597 Catherine St. Jeeeeeeeee PHONE 818 : PHONE 91 Division and Thomas Streets -

to attend. the members meeting this developed was postponed into a,very and I SENATORIAL MAJORITYNOT lations.. lawlesspurposes ..1.5......... :e.............e........ :................................ .. .
Secret societies with
ParentTeacherUnit I enjoyable social. ATTAINED AS YET which the government SELECT SEA FOODS : : HAPPY DAYS.ARE HERB
Lowe served ,delicious PLUMBING I
To Meet Mirs. refreshments By HERBERT PLUMMER had been seeking vainly to sup- Jewfish. 2 Ibs. 35c j INSURANCE
and all the ladies hada
J Uljr Anourlalrd I'r...) press, in many places have disap- Yellowtail. Steak, 2 Ibs. 35c i .S
delightful afternoon. e
WASHINGTON Jan. 16.- peared because of applications of : 1
Monroe County Parent-Teacher Yellowtail on Bone, .2 Ibs. 2Se a
Council will meet tomorrow after West Virginia's senator-elect- the whip. Grouper, 2 Ibs. ___'_____ 25c *. DURO PUMPS : Office: 319 Duval! Street

noon at :3 o'clock at the Harris I Bridge Luncheon 1 U-year-old Rush D. Holt-had all Committees headed by a "whip Snapper, 2 Ibs. . ... 25c : .r
School. i I Given YesterdayMrs. sorts of advice as to what he master" have been created to Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. 25c e PLUMBING SUPPLIES
I should do until he reached his i hear charges against criminals. TELEPHONE NO.,1
All officers I : :
room mothers andpersons SALTED MULLET ROE ..
interested in Parent-I I' . ..W.V.. : ': senatorial? .majority: ) of 30. Trials are swift and the punishment -
iRhcjnf yestejrjlay : PHONE 348 :
ofJUwoiSf is, inflicted immediately.The Large Select, Oysters ;: '
Teacher work 'art 'urgently'requested ''entertained at an"informal(bridge 1 jjaSenator; "JjmJla :Lewjfs [)t: =i itLU! ..
which the punishment : / Try YOtlMlab At
in J .
: for :e.ejiamfle;, sugrest"cd. manner CAPT. TOWS (-IEVl.: -x: j f.tI0t.12 --- S
to be present. luncheon her r' .1 I
at in
om,, thgAtlnyJlan'ae PRODUCTS
: ; observed and n ., ,
: .. that.:bs! :;,aft as,, "commissioner:. ** is received is '''in' tt> K 4 : tr :
Announcement ,:'.Those)
,til,he was-of enatorial.agge. u\l-1 'properly] : Pudtreiser Beer _______
'" I W.c Hunt i.lIarrjsr..JLrs' ; jRobertICruegarv r5 >PROMPT l PEL1YERT.LOWEnStfcCOMPANY JUllll. jj_ 1/1111\ ; 15e '
: .
01 l Tbe GQorgef,) of lashes'are,ordered.Declaring fu* eV ;,wt" no" "? 'n" <' r I a .rr + .
EngagementMr. Mrs.i Pap 1 VotkerMrs: o ..veteran ;orris.: i : NY fit Course Dinners.. ______
| OM'
Nebraska be : i :
represented i W A
{ was as i; t
Stelvhon \V/DoueUF\ Mrs.!David couldtake : that he was afraid to '- ,C3UUSIMOOT .'" . .. : --._..---- ,50e, 75e. sad. 8Se %
lieving that Mr Holt] (
PHONE'151 HL2 L'M ,
and! Mrs Harry R. McDonald I Rice. Mrs.1 Henry_Brewer,:Mrs.. B. young with his wife because she r .U. L. v : ': t
of 307 Elizabeth *'street M. Duncan, Mrs. Frederick Tib- his'seat regardless of his senatorial live threatened to kill him in seven "/.......------ "------.-.......eeeeeeeeeeeeeee$. ........... ..............................eeee %

announce the engagement of their I bctt. Mrs. George Shourds, Mrs minority. I different ways, Donald MacGregorof % 'Our Reputation is e ..
daughter, Miss Sophia Loss, to I C. B. Hurst and Mrs. George When the present congress! :I Montreal was granted a WrapAARON McCONNELL '. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU : Attention Housewives!
Jack L. Russell opened, however, Senator-elect ped in package 536 .
son of Mr. and Owen. .very Fleming Street .
Holt his credentials -! divorce. To the PRETTY GIFTS. '
Mrs. J. Mjlton Russell merely .presented : see
10 Nassau Several rubbers of bridge were
Lane. played, and the guests expressed as "duly elected", sat in I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING of : U I e and NOVELTIES at : We are now offering 3
the of the senate chaml.erwhile j jI
The adding will take place in1' themselves as having had a most rear WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. n. |
other elected" grades
"duly senators .
the near future, it is stated.REQUEST delightful afternoon dec20
PHONE 152-M. se W.tcb !
in then PRINTING :
I were sworn caught a I MARINE MUSEUM
train for Charleston W. Va., I
..............................A..................I where the state legislature was II j /Chafing DONE BY US \ : 324 Margaret Street AMERICAN COFFEE L:

MADE FOR SOCIETY ITEMSIt meeting in biennial session. II :Things that your friends willS -at- '.
Keeping In) Practice I 'Itching Rash -THE- WATCHMAKER. JEWELEK J appreciate. Come in and seeS -

Reports drifting back to Washington -i t stun} easily soothed byIhe AND ENGRAVER Jthem.t .

is earnestly requested by the Editress of the society are to the effect that: -Sfgvbland medication ARTMAN PRESS See Him For Your Next Work J Your next Lobster Crab Din- 25c. 20c and 15c lb. ,
while Holt deprived of exercising
column of The Citizen that Key Westers and winter visitors wan ..ResinolPALACE ALL PRICES REDUCED e her will be much more delicious 0
his talents. as a legislator in S
.intia baked and< served in our STAR COFFEE MILLS
having social affairs during the remainder of the winters the United States senate he is a...: Citizen BIdg. Hearst 9 to 12-1 to 6 e Giant Scallop or Heart Sea

ason kindly communicate with her at 752-J,and give her keeping in pracice back home. r- PHONE .Sh e lis. x'512 Greene St. Phone 256 J
I 51
: open Saturday Night, :
advance notice of such events. The Citizen is to makea He has no official connectionwith ............... ............ : .
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success of this but it can only be accomplished by your ] but he has made one. '
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aid and cooperation. Thank you. As a member of that body (he' KAZANAlso -READPRTfCHARD SERVE THE POPULAR
left it to run for the senate) Holt ""
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investigate the public utilities in Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 10-20c : i FUNERAL HOME .

the state. He credits that assign- II f D Royal Palm Ice CreaaAnd
you are accustomed to tL.
MEDICINE AND LAW says the three vocations were the ; SUNDAY STI : ,
ment as being a major factor in liIDIalfieci.
I dining at home you will find e Sympathetic NoTelties '
most popular in a recent :
surveyof his successful contest for seat in
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the class.Subscribe. the I PLAZA a orel and Coutety
senate. BARBECUES of aU kj.dt
S.bmpf $2 Per Year
He is assimilating eaperi.aa. i
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CHICAGO, Jan. 16.-If the for The Citizen. the information his committee YOUR ? UI : LICENSED EMBALMER DelicioM Toasted Saadwicbe. W
gathered and whipping it into I BREAKFAST !Key nea t'. Only Sunday :

hundreds of students comprising!i I[MAN, THIN AS RAIL, IRON shape for presentation to the leg- 1 VACATION I i LUNCHEON t Paper. : COLD. BEER. k
this year's freshman class at the. i A-bmIanca Service
i islature.
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University of Chicago realize their I|j I As a matter of fact he has until -I THIS YEAR IN : SUPPER : Business Office CitizenBuilding : BOB'S BARBECUE

present ambitions fully half] of "I was tired, run-down and thin June 19, 1935-the date when J; .LADY ATTENDANT J

them will be doctors, lawyers or I as a raiL Since taking Vinol he will have reached the age of 'I LORJDAilC3l, PLAZA RESTAURANT : : White at Newton Street O
educators. (iron tonic) I well feel better
sleep I'
Robert Woellner, head of(I and have gained 10 lbs.-R. 30 and the for constitutional taking his oath age requirement as- 60S Dml Street m 'PHONE 51. ;::.7 548 .y' Never Sleep : C.t_> S.ntceWIIIII'IIII

the vocational guidance and placement -|IA.| Cromberg. Vinol is a member of the United States !! : H
service at the university, Oriental Pharmacy. delitiOUS.J'I senate. l 1 /I'lIII"IIIIII'IIIII

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