The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00339
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00339
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Awoclated Service.Preu Day .Wlr Utb l{ P3CZt ([t ttt3tfl 1 most Key West eguable Florida weather, has in tie the

I For 65 Years >Devoted to the fA' country; with an average

Best Interests of Key Weit range of only 14* Fahrenheit I


British- -Labor- Hopes To Win DENMARK RENEWS\ I(Highway Ferries To Be Placed i iI I DAMAGE' SUIT CASE iGreater Caution Exercised In


Election; Promises 'New Deal. I In Operation Tomorrow Morning, CIRCUIT COURTGEORGE Correspondence With American

I After cessation of operation ing that persons expecting to I I
Representatives Abroad
Organization Takes Credit JUNIOR PATROL MANY BOTTLES I i utilize the ferry service should Serving
covering the period of two month C. PARKS SUING J.
OF WINE i make their reservations well in I
i I
For Original Ideas In DRILL TONIGHT I following the September hurricane advance of the date on which E. PRICE, HEAD OKEECHOBEE -1 -

I they expect to take passage. I
i ferries of the Monroe County CONSTRUCTION COMPANY SEWER State Department Guards
Attack Made On Econ- I (try As..eiated Press. I i In Key West reservations can' ENGINEER--j

BAYVIEW PARK I COPENHAGEN Oct. 31.-I: system will tomorrow morning be made at the auditing depart. FOR $10,000 I Messages With All Sec-
ment of the FERA and in Miami GIVES
omic IssuesBy
Three hundred bottles of Rhine start moving between Upper
I at the Davis Tours agency, 301
MANEUVERS TO BE CARRIEDON wine from this year's harvest Matecumbe Key and No Name I! E. Flagler street. : I recy Due To Troublesome -
In circuit court today the case AT ROTARY MEETREV.
have been purchased by the Royal At present one sailing daily
HAROLD P. BRAMAN UNDER DIRECTION OF Key. This announcement wa! of George G. Parks vs. J. E. 1'rice Times
Danish Court in keeping with a each way will be made. The tripis

fly AMM-latr4 Prru) DRILL MASTER ARTHUR custom which has been followedfor made this morning at the Key;! slightly longer than formerly individually Okeechobee and Construction as owner of Company the- PHILU-KR'STAL; ALSO
Oct. 31.-The labor
I when the ferries ran to and from
Wed administration I
I SHEPPARD 340 consecutive years. building.The is being heard before Judge
in the Lower Matecumbe. Approximately GAVE TALK DURING REGULAR j By HERBERT PLUMMER
party hopes for victory general -, The new wine will be used as schedule which will become Jefferson B. Browne. ,
six and half hours are expected (fly Ass.raatN Preis.
in former to replace whatis Attorneys Arthur Gomez T. S.I LUNCHEON HELD AT
election! on November 14 and years effective tomorrow provides to be consumed in the trip each WASHINGTON Oct. 31.
.1 :Members of the Key West Ju- drawn and what evaporates for the northbound ferry to leave I i I Caro and Aqquuino Lopez Jr., NOON HOUR TODAY II II

promises Britain if it wins nior Patrol have been drilling I from four large casks which were No Name Key 8 o'clock in the :I way.The two ferries to be placed in represents the plaintaiff and Attorneys -I Uncle Sam, through his state dopartmesvt
filled in 1595 by Knig Christian W. Curry Harris and William -
executing.: evolutions and maneu- r morning. The southbound I service tomorrow the of
sweeping new deal that will put ferry are City ] even in normal time
IV. de
V. the
vers under the direction of DrillMaster 'will leave lower Upper Matecumbe Key West and Florida Keys. Albury represent i.

the plan of the present government .; Arthur Sheppard and are The four casks, which have nev-I Key 10 o'clock in the morning. The Ferry Monroe County which I, fendant. John A. C. Bogart, supervising exercises extreme caution when

David all primed and ready for the exhibition er been empty are in the cellarof Since it is expected that the 'was at Lower Matecumbe\. during! The jury selected to hear the engineer of the Key West sewer- I

and the proposals of I I drill to begin 7 o'clock "Rosenborg" castle. Each cask ferries will be operating with the hurricane is badly in need of evidence is composed of Jonathan age project, was a guest at the I he corresponds with his amba a-

Lloyd. George in the shade aparty this evening at Bayview Park. holds 1,500 bottles and every sixth I capacity loads Franklin E. Albert' repairs and is tied up at one of Cates Amos Malone William Rotary luncheon today and gave !I I does, ministers, and consuls in

'I' This exhibition is expected to i week the wine keeper must descend executive officer of the admin-) the finger piers in the yacht: Adams Emerito Gomez, Alfonso an excellent address covering- the !,

spokesman sai
I I those who see it, it is said as thei of new wine into each i Plaintiff is dam- many
asking $10,000
He that leader ____ __ __
added party : u the proposed work to be ca.ried do the same when they commuat-
have! The wine is served
I I i troops comprising the patrol only ages. The suit is based on an accident I
feel that labor' stock ha ben'!! been practicing a number of difficult I King's gala New Year's caS"1 which happened November on here. cat. with him.

I! formations, which have been for his household and Two More WPA Projects To Be 4, 1934. lie and his grandson I Another speaker on the occasion -

booming and that of the government perfected, at private drill practicebut I members. ]; Robert Parks, 4 years old at that : was Rev. Phillip Kristal of But in times .. troublesomethey as

declining. I have not been presented in i: Contrary to popular reputation; time were in Mr. Parks' automobile i the local Jewish synagogue, who now are, he is even nor

I public. it is reported, the wine has acquired Started Here Monday Morning returning from a visit with
Things are too uncertain to, The drills will be under the di- a taste resembling vinegar. For relatives on Stock Island. was also a guest: of the organization. earefuU His communication system .

chance a guess he pointed out.i I rection of Drill Master Sheppard. this reason it is reported King During a heavy downpour of I '

He said the Italo-Abyssinian i i assisted by First Lieutenants Vic- Christian: has in late years orderred rain the car started across a detour -! Bill Warren introduced a resolution for affairs diplomatic at thepresent
Two more projects, in additionto : tenor redecorating and repairing
I; tor Larsen and Edith Russell! ; Second that be served with the used in of Robert Austin
situation and Lloyd George's reentry sugar bridge which was being memory 'I -both mail radio and
i Douglas, Mc- I certain sections of the plastered
into active politics were two; Lieutenants wine. the sewerage project, will get I for traffic while a permanent II who was a former member of the
Carthy and Moreno Wallace; First from to Stock cable-is a marvel of secrecy and
which might help to swingthe walls.Where bridge Keyet't Key West club.
Sergeant Roberta Peterson, and rider W..7 Monday morning. Thisannouncement necessary the walls will
Island under of con-
tide toward labor fashion' in a than far Sergeants Virgie: Key, Florence I TWO LICENSES made this | be retintcd. Repairs to furniture struction was by the Okeechobee course Con- I There were several other matters efficiency. .

more pronounced Smith, Lilla Gomez and Dorothy was is also included in the items. I coming before the meeting
: I struction Company. The plaintiffs 'I Secretary Hall, for example.
could have been expected a few Gomez girls division; First Ser- : the There will be about 20 j'i with a general discussion entered
I TO WED ISSUED morning at district offices of ; men employed car skidded and toppled desires to Ambassador
I forward to
months ago.Britiab geant: George del Pino and Ser- I on the work. into. and the luncheon was con-

New Deal Claimed I geants Antonio Betancourt. Thur- 'Florida Works Progress Administration. I,i The other project will be opI'r.tion from down the in the bridge water.and fell upside'I I cuded with the singing of the : Bingham in London important

Labor regards itself as the man Sands, Matthew Zacal and ,j of the carpenter shop. in the submerged car reguar) songs. i documents pertaining to the

original new deal party of Britain Donald Barber, boys division. Two marriage licenses were is- !; Here; novel furniture is to be Mr.Trapped Parks said lie tried in every I:! Melvin H Russell, president of I i i three-point neutrality

claiming it began proposing I[ Arrangements have been madei trued from the office of Probate Refurbishing of the Key West ;[ made and other necessary cquipImont manner possible to get one of the I i I the organization, presided.I'SALVATION I I nounced by President

modern methods of attacking i i to have the drill come off before Judge Hugh Gunn, during theweek High School is one of the pro- I of the WPA. There will be doors in this he r I at"nn-

economic ills immediately after the scheduled diamondball game ending October 31, makinga jects. This involves an expenditure 112 men employed: on the project: kicked opened.out one of Failing the glasses in al' ARMY I j They would be placed i

the world war and that the government -" between: the Firemen and Bakers total of eight for the month. of $8,080. Most of the work I i for which $8,442 has been allo- rescued, .I called a diplomatic
Lloyd George and othersare which will be a regular Senior Issues during the week were to i in this structure will consist of inSTR. 1 cated. his door grandson squeezed from the car and the j I i i miniature mail bag) here, locked
contest and also bene- George Acevedo and Elelvino Castro I LEAVING
mere "copyists. League of d and weehte'" wfcfc*fc. itate department -
I ---- -- possibility WJ1iH.
Moliia whose father -Sidney Johnson Ilocrcr and -- v ;j
hoirevMV the fit for Oarat ; I: .
The lab-jriief.
In his experience Mr. rushed to
relating I seal and by plane
spokesman asserted have no in- died recently. I Anna Maria Gibson. BRIDGE
I! CUBA HAS GROUP Parks said that his greatestanxiety New York.
tention of doing anything uncon- I' was his little grandson I Captain Vernon W. Walker in

'stitutional and there definitelywill and he believes had it not been II charge of Salvation Army headquarters t The pouch would be turned
-I II AWAIT\ MEETING over to the ship's captain -
be no socialist distatorship,I RUTH NICHOLS FOLLOWS CRACK-UPS 26 for his presence he, himself,': in Key West will leave i( and placed in his safe.personally
he declared.
I I would have drowned in the car:;Tuesday en route to Jacksonville,
I I When the vessel docked Southampton
involve -
would 1
Labor's new deal WITH PRESIDENTCOMMITTEE but the child the which'' where he will remain until re-
schemes WITH 'THE OLD ARMY TREATMENT'By I I i it would be met by an
great state employment I STEAMER; : FLORIDA ARRIVED I made him put. forth greater ef- ceiving definite orders as to his
: official of the AMerican embassy
including public works housingand II forts. I' new assignment with the organ- I

industrial expansion and socialization I f ( Associated p,....) FROM HAVANA" AND LEFT i I Both Mr Parks air Robert were ization. He was recently notified I who rftuid nt the poonch arid
of the state's I II HOLDS CONFER. personify J }t ali* it to London.
NEW YORK Ruth Nichols, ed by the National Aeronautic association I ENROUTE TO MIAMI I filled with water and! were of his transfer from this city. .
What labor wants to services.1 with attaining height ENCE WITH OTHER OFFI- ing from a/nvitiber :.of sufCtr-J As far as can be learned, there I Continental Couriers

country party spokesmen who shared honors for the first a --- I edges of the broken glass; window)I will be no one sent here to relieve Thiref BW two keys to that
a thorough socialistic regime of 28,743 feet. This mark also CIALS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECT and also bruises received' in the him, due to the fact that I poueK One is at the state de-

in existing constitutional limits state",, pert-stop flight from New Yorkto I I was recognized by tLe Federation Steamship Cuba: of the: IN WASHINGTONI frantic struggles for freedom]I finances will not permit further I partment in Washington thy

and traditions. They figure : Miami before she was out of Aeronautique Internationale as Peninsular and Occidental Steam!I from the trap in which they were': maintenance of the branch here i I other at the embassy in London.

control of the Bank of England I I the official record. ship Company arrived this morn!I placed. I I at the present time. j Before the pouch n opened the

falls in that category. college lies in a hospital at: At Detroit she broke the world'sspeed ing from Tampa with five first I ._ ____ I I seal is examined.: Thus a double
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League of Nation Backed I! 1--- check is provided to make sure
Troy, N. Y., recovering from record for women, previously class passengers and no second i WASHINGTON, D. c.. Oct. 31.iBridges .
Although the party as an or- I! the pouch hasn't been tamperedwith
held by Amelia Earhart class for Key West; 18 first class, 1 to complete the Overseas TUGBOAT ANNIEYOUNG PRETTY
voted to
ganization, support burn and injuries received Putnam. I en route.
Highway are still being discussed -
League of Nations sanctions I and three second class passengersfor The procedure on the continent
I which she She made a sensational dash i iI here by a group composedof
against Italy it is attacking; the giant airliner in was I from New York to St. John, N. Havana. I Senator Duncan U. Fletcher PREFERS SEA TO SCREEN CAREERBy I II I,I is somewhat different. There.

government's record on foreignand a passenger crashed and burst into I L'., on the first leg of a projected i The vessel also brought nine I II I Representative J. Mark Wilcox I Paris w the dtBtributiag. point for

defense policies. George Lans- I Atlantic to crack tons of and 93 sacks of I the whele of Europe. Diplomatic
| hop only up freight William R. Porter of Key West
leader in the flames. But her friends are Why not buy one of mail t. the
bury veteran party + J. P. MCKNIGHT myself: my consigned various
I j of sunset on a small field. I I mail for Key West; six tons of ,W. H. Burwell and H. II. Taylor I I
house of commons, resigne that confident she will take "the old while landing in the glaring lightIt .of Miami. MIAMI, FU-, Oct. 31.-You can own? So I did. This is it." i: European capitals m cleared
freight 109 sacks of mail and 17 r
post rather than give his personal I' was many weeks before she i ii Conferences have been held i! keep your movie cantracts, so far A former rum-runner's boat; through Paris by couriers.
commendation to sanctions and treatment" when she has I race horses for Havana. I i Under normal circumstances
army recovered from the injuries received -: with Harry Hopkins, WPA fed- a* Miami's "Tugboat Annie" is I confiscated by the United States r
:Major Clement Attlee was electedto i : Steamship Florida of the I there are two couriers operating
.uUicieDtlnd I| in this crash. A wrenched eral administrator and General W. concerned. Coast Guard in prohibition yean,
recovered up i
succeed him. go i| tack made a steel brace neces- ;: line arrived yesterday afternoon K. Markham, chief of army engi- I I, and used to patrol Florida': out of the French capital. Thereare
But Lansbury's orthodox laborite ( with 44 from Havana ,I' She'll stick to her life on the three routes they follow. The
amt wearing this she flew' passengers I conference has '
gai i j ary nerrs. No as yet shores the "Sea Bird" is trim,:
disarmament and peace'ideas again she could for Miami and sailed with 41 ad- : President Roose briny deep.Publicity. I first is to the north, covering the
i as soon as move I been held with roomy, powered by VO-horse:I
still prevail as a general She has been in crack-vps be-! about Abandoning plans for the I ditional passengers from Key I I velt. brought pretty, 32- 'I motors. I northern part of the continent;

party doctrine. In fact the organization -' :: Atlantic for the time be- I West. I Wilcox said that year-old Lillian East, Miami's and power the second covering the capitalsin
fcre--and has returned to the flight i !I Congressman I Everything aboard it is hip- i
support of Geneva i I Fruit Steamer Granada. of the I' I central Europe, and the third.
I| log she zoomed off to establish I while progress has been made perhaps Florida's only licensed i: shape. Its neat, picture-bung;
sanctions is seen here as more of cockpit to establish new recordsfor :: & world's distance record for'I Standard Fruit and Steamship,I when all is said and done final woman owner-pilot, many letters, : cabin the tiny spotless oil stove,'. covering the south. One courier
an offense against fascism than I Company left Philadelphia Tues- she i i : take care of the northern and
'omen-Oakland, Calif to Louisville : decision in the matter will rest among them one intimating the shining glasses show its owner
a defense of the Baldwin govern-I a woman flier. Ky. I' day morning and is due to arrive:; solely with the president. would qualify for the silvc; :i, is no mere man. I I central routes, the other the

ment. I I Miss Nichols holds, besides her I Near Tragedy Again i, at Key West tomorrow. The vessel -I Plans outlined to General Mark- screen. i iI Miss Past, who resided in Fort sooth. The couriers traverse

One of the main points of the; pilot's and mechanic's license, di- Thrills and near-tragedy were :i will take fuel oil and stores' ham and Administrator Hopkins But she isn't interested, she j I Worth Texas, before she came to: their respective routes; once a

labor campaign in this regard; is dressmakingand hers again when she prepared for i and sail to Frontera, Mexico. I called for a request to be madeto I uiys. She likes her trim 36-foot I'I Miami lives near the boat in an: week.
in millinery
built on the thesis that the government plomas cabin cruiser "Sea Bird." She likesto Exciting LiveiDipioeiatie
; the flight back to New York Her : the federal government to meet automobile trailer furrmhed in:
has supported the League cookery, as well as a bache- I trim monoplane burst into flame' i' VOTING the cost of two bridges to span handle its where She likes fish J t' modernistic style with studio: poaches for the Far

only when expedient and not as a' lor of arts degree from Wellesley just as she was about to take off. i I II ,'ABSENTEE the water gaps in the highwaynow I ing. She says, in short: "It's- the conch vanity oil stove and all the:i I East are condgwed to the various -

regular policy. : College. But she us far from I and she leaped from the high served by the ferries. life." comforts of home. I capitals and redistributedfrom
i I COCk-I' STILLCONTINUES The Florida State Road Department "Ever since I was tiny," Miss there. Poaches for Central
being a "home body." She went tit to the ground, still we? I I Hate. To Dress II
VERY YOUNG "PAP" I I steel corset. She escaped injury. will be asked to build Rast-who is only five-feet-three I America and South America are "
and Her favored is shorts anddon't
I from classroom to polo pony garb
I i Set for a transcontinental hop I I and provide for the maintenanceof and 117 pounds today- explain- shirt Miami Hstrrbttted both by airplane and
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.-"It's going from riding to flying for the in behalf of President Hoover's roadways and the smaller ed. "I've liked the water and ; -"I even go to !I! steamship. Attaches of the embassies -
to be hard calling Bill 'Pap,*:: sport and thrill of it. campaign for re-elect".on; her TWENTY-SEVEN HAD CAST bridges which form the highway. fishing.' any more, she admits laufIbing.j"because ; ;f and legation at each capital -
I hate so to put on
declared Mrs. Carrie Stoltren-i Holds Altitude Record plane was badly damaged at the BALLOTS UP UNTIL 3 THIS Three types of bridges are con- Why Not? dress." all j I meet the plane or boat and re-

burg when she heard of the mar-! In flying, at least her thrills take-off when it went into a "kid sidered: Creosoted piling with "I was born ilL ;Talma, Ind-,. on The brown-haired brown-eyed]I ceive the pouches in person.

nape: of her mother. Mrs. JfahalaScoit. and made aground loop. She escaped AFTERNOON roadway similar to that of the the Tippecanoe river and we kids i claim 1 J JI These diplomatic couriers, es-
whose farther
65, of this city to Will F.; have been many. injury. Stock Island-Key West bridge, to used to play in +ts waters all the sea-woman pecially those in Europe at the

Kaltenbach. 23.HABANAMADRID. She set a woman's record for Miss Nichols who was born in I I I c $4,000,000.. Timber piling time. I to distinction includes catching leopard- present, five exciting lives. They
I two the largest
the transcontinental hop from Los 1901, doesn't like swift elevatorsand ; A 3 o'clock this afternoon the with steel l superstructure to cost "Then my father started comingto : years ago ., travel on the speediest plane, the
shark landed by -woman.
Angeles; to New York. IS uncomfortable on high total number of absentee ballots' $5,800,000 and concrete arched Miami to fish in the winter I recommends ever her life to those fastest rail expresses: and carry

Five and a half miles in the air buildings. She is the daughter of I cast for the election on !November bridges to cost $8,000.000. I always came with him. About I needing to gain weight. ". I diplomatic paseports. They. must
CLUB Ericsson Norman Nichols and I 12 was 27, which is considered a Foregoing figures are based on three or four years ago I began raidI ever be on guard. Their busineM

Hallowe'en Costume \ over Jersey City N. J., she established Edith Corlies Haines.In !. I good showing by city officials. estimates of army engineers. It spending'nearly all the year here I "Last only year;93 she pounds. Now i is to deliver the pouches to their
altitude weighed
I an unofficial 1919 while still a school girl Tuesday the first day on whichIt is understood that the timber pil- going out fishing: on other pe0ple' destinations at all coats They

BALLTONIGHT I record for women, and was credit- she took a "joy hop" in a planeat was legal to cast these ballots ing with steel superstructure are boats. And finally I asked look She at looked me. all right.WOMANLESS : never know what they contain.

s! I Atlantic City. It cost her $10 I nine were deposited in the box. favored. ,I

for the five-minute spin, but it: Wednesday there were 12 and today I I ANNOUNCEMENTBeginning

Pritchard' Orchestra 1 launched her career as a flier. six were cast. GAVE WRONG ACE FRL-SAT. SPECIAL WEDDING
icy t Five feet tall, weighing; about : It is expected that the largest Monday, November .

Two Silver Cups will be given li $ ea.gra.tt,9S 135 pounds Miss Nichols is still number will be voted on Saturdayof HULL Eng.-Frau Elda Roenigof CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK Friday, Nov. I, 8:00 p. m. ; 4th Fausto's Cask Grocerywill
for two best costumes. awl h dart i single. .' this week. Absentee voting this city was divorced: by her and LAYER CAKES NOUGAT_ .. 35ct:I HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM be located on Packer and

Script $1.00 9 Tilt ? WHISKIES AND GINS I "When the right man comes will legally cease on Friday after- husband because! she gave her age only Admission ....._ toe Virginia streets (old' location.) ,
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I along," she has said "111 get mar- noon November 8, four days be- as 40 instead of 44 when she was MALONEY & PEACOCK I Sponsored by Hi-Y Club I II PHONE 48 Free Delivery
l ried. fore election day. married. I

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MAL-ADMINISTRATION OF RELIEF \ 1 ........................
e.Itep !::3t W tt I KEY: WEST I

Published Daily Except Sunday By Whoever has read the thrilling storyof I/I IN-I PUBLIC -ENEMItSV F( TODAY'S WEATHER 11 Today's Horoscope

THE CITIZEN rTHLlSIIING: CO. INC. "Mutiny on the Bounty," or seen It pic- DAYS GONE I........................

1. P., ARTJf_ .,.A.>'., mwldVBt ..r tured on the screen has been impressedwith Happening Hor Jatt 10 Years', Temp.r.tareshighest iBtensHy and entinwmm :an-
JOB Al.I.K: A M D..l.e.s Ma a districts and in the northern Plains
From The Citizen Building the fact that emergencies permit of i A.o Today As Taken From I __._83 I States. Temperatures are weB I indicated for those born this da>.
Corner Greene and Ann Street The Files Of Th. Citizen LwuJ 1 1I The no favoritism. I II \G Lowe -. _......... above normal this morning in the I
I i [Mean ... .. _. 78 ,: West Gulf State* and from the i I trying new experiments and < i iI
Only Daily Newspaper County.In Key West and Monroe While the ship was well-found and I Yesterday afternoon about 5, JGRffN uMP I Normal Mean -- -_- -- :.:: :::77 '' Mississippi Valley eastward; while i iI I fectiitg things without design Il i iI I-

proceeding on her voyage. it was a matterof I o'clock! Dr. W. B. Keating, driving' '! ; 'wF second clan matterFIFTY I.I
Entered-at. -Key- as -' course that the fare provided for the I a Chevrolet coupe, accidently''I! I! Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I' spread eastward over the northern -I lof the scheme really work ,. *
: ..iTUTEAR---- backed overboard from the rail- ,, Plains State and southward
cabin should differ in quality and amount i : Normal Precipitation... .12 Ins. j to good rt'a1b. although, a- a
H'r .t the A......... Presu road docks at the Florida East! .,..... errata.e.eera :.1-..... prri.iadl.a over western Kansas, and temperatures i I rule, the native ii apt tollH'
from that sent before the mast. .. .. _.. .... '
the Associated!! Press !. e&cualmJ' entitled to use Coast Railway. Doctor Keating j I ; It .1 IbU .Iac. |i are somewhat below zero I' energy on strife or on incmi '
for n;.:' x.tlda of all news dispatches credited and also tot But, suddenly, an emergency arises; had his pet dog in the machine atf Tomorrow' Almanac 'I throughout most of Montana. I iqueBtial things.
:the 3r local not news otherwise pabUsbed credited aere.NATIONAL In. this paper there is not enough for all l and with one the time, both going down in the, Sun rises ....__- ____. 6:35 a. m.'I I <; S. KKNNii: : .
,car as it plunged beneath the* ( Sun sets.... __....m... 5:47 p. m. Officer.in Char -. I
CWTORIA1ASSOCIATION) ) accord, favoritism is regarded-and i waves. The doctor was rather I*i I j Moon rises ...__..._...11:17 a. m.'I. I BENJAMIN LOPEZ

j[ J punished-as a capital crime. The cap- fortunate in not being injured at I j, Moon sets ..-,.._...., 10:09 p. m. chamois has been success FUNERAL HOME
C/r / 933SVBsCRIPTIOY I' tain who would dole out more to one of the time. He soon appeared with 1 Tomorrow* Tides introduced from Austria into Scrvi-t Key Wed
his pet swimming by his side. New Zealand.
RATES the than he would to another I A.M. P.M.\ Half Century
one Tear . .. n." ...___SlO.OO company High .. ___.__..... 1:46 I 24 Hoar Ambulance Servic.Licensed .
._. .._ _.___._ See would-and himself in Q Snakes are not numerous in
Six Months n justly-find perilof
tare Months I.it Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Pm-| Low ......._ ._....... 7:12 6:00 EmbamerPhone :
One Month ._ ._ ____ _' .** his life. der. of 1015 Eaton street, an- I Ethiopia, but several type are 135 Nifnt G96-\\
Weekly ._._ n-' _....._.n..-..-.-... .zoADTERTISI7IO nounce the arrival of a daughterin /: Barometer 8 .. m. todatSea ; poisonous. :
And here in Key West, with the word I
the home yesterday, Oct. 29. I level, 30.10.WEATIiEI. .
HATES! -- ----- --
Vade known on application. "EMERGENCY" staring us in the face at I J She has: been given the name I

SPECIAL ROTICE every turn, we find favoritism rampant. Marguerite Elizabeth. Mrs. Pin- I j ._ FORECAST I Ii
All reading notices, cards of that***, esolotUnt of It is a rule of the National Relief Administration I der and :Marguerite/: are reportedas
re.pect, obltnaxjr notices etc. will *,. charged. for at doing nicely.L. i (Till 8 p. m.. Friday)
the Notices rate of for 10 entertainments eeats a Iln... by churches from whicha that no two members of the i j' Key West and Vicinity: Partly -I For a Limited

revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. same family should be on relief, nor ;I R. Warner is today calling i cloudy tonight and Friday t>OS-
The "itlzen is an open foruM and Invites discussion -
of public Issues and subject of local or general should any member of any family whose J attention, in a signed article, to ,
Interest but It will not publish anonymous communications I his announcement for mayor of \ 1 t'\i\ 1 1IF
head is in business has job receive aid 1t ( Time
or a Key West. Up to this time, he 11/// =l!) .I' OnlyOne

from this governmental agency, yet no at- writes, "I have not solicited one 1 JII

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST tention is paid by relief administrations to vote personally but am now asking I {7'

1 i this and Key West is no through the columns of The \
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN just requirement Citizen for all citizens who believeI II ILE

I exception. There are people on relief who will make a good executive to :

make double and triple the money made give me their votes. .
1. Water and Sewerage. II 1'.1 Universal or HotPoint
by local merchants, who pay burdensome 1 t J
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main I Following a conference held L =''\:- i'
and struggle against almost unsur-
the Monroe Showers
land. yesterday afternoon ( 1. Partly Cloudy .
mountable odds to eke out a miserable ex- county commissioners decided to I J I Electric
S. Free fort. istence. award contracts for building the' sibly occasional showers; moderate HOUSEHOLD IRON
I northeast and east winds.
roadway from Saddle Bunches to The Light jumper is a cheater. An exceptionally well constructed
4. Hotels and Apartments. Little children go to school hungry, Florida: Generally fair tonight Iron for general I Iron
Sugar Loaf and the road on Key He is like some people who crib
5. Bathing Pavilion. barefoot, weakened by hunger; and are and Friday except possibly showers ; I household purpose Finely
Largo, some time during the com-i on examinations or peek into op I on the extreme south coast. tapered point and beveled
6. Airports-Land and Sea. held to their appointed tasks. ing week when a meeting will bej'i ponents' bridge hands-and far J:cksonville to Florida Straits edge Nickel Plated. With a one year guarantee

7. Consolidation of County and City Men try to make a living for their called for that purpose. It has, more dangerous. and East Gulf: Moderate northeasterly =and i
been decided to award the con-;j I By starting on "yellow", the I
winds partly overcast
that would ;
families stipend
Governments.We weekly
on a
I tract for the Key Largo highway
I I Light Jumper frequently gets weather tonight and Friday.
hardly suffice for one day; and the American I to Janner Brothers and the Tide-! into accidents. a Pin-It-Up
water Construction company will''': Good drivers wait t
standard of living becomes a ghastly always for
will have the sewage when the I be given the contract for the cons-:w(i the "go" signal before starting WEATHER CONDITIONSA
memory. truction of the road from Saddle I|
governm.ent gives us the sewerage. across an intersection. Handy LampBOTH
And! draw/i from the same source of Bunches to Sugar Loaf. I II i i narrow trough of low pressure -

When London boy murdered his supplies, apportioned by the same steward, I ij j I I........................ extends! this morning from the
Miss Elena Lucignani delight
parents his lawyer asked leniency for him other families enjoy as much plenty as fully entertained a number of her: Today In History1517Luther's upper to Mississippi the upper Valley Rio Grande southward -

because he was an orphan. though no shipmate was in distress, more friends last evening at her home I't' ........................ Valley: Wichita, Kansas, 29.78 $ Q55 i
than one individual of a family] drawingmore on Simonton street with ahallowe'en '' publication on inches; while high pressure areas I

Our children and grandchildren willWowhat rations than is apportioned out to and other amusements party. Music were games en-i!. the church door of Wittenburg of crested New over England the far and overspread Northwestand i for

did with all that heads of families.If Refreshments served his 95 theses against doctrine ofI
we money many joyed. were most other sections of the toun-I!

tM I have to pay back. there were no emergency, if some and all present expressed them-I t action indulJ'tDce-his in ecclesiastical first reform.importantt try, Calgary, Alberta, 30.48 inches j, I

could earn much and some could earn but selves as having thoroughly en- and Father Point, Quebec j Terms 55c down
joyed the evening's entertain-I!! 1C87-Historic attempt of Gov. 30.58 inches. Rains have occurred ,
rood way to be prosperous when little; but all enjoyed the opportunity of ment. \I Andros to secure Connecticut's during the last 24 hours in the :, 75c a month for
the next slump comes i is to beep out of the earning, no one would have just cause to i charter. upper Mississippi\ Valley, the cen- ; L-

speculative market during the'.approaching complain because of differences in the All legionnaries have been requested I tral Plains States, eastern and I 4 months
boom. to attend the last rites of, 1803-U. S. frigate Philadel- southern Texas, in portions of
capacity to earn. Comrade Taylor chief boatswain'smate j I phia ran agrornd off Tripoli New York State and southward j
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But, in this EMERGENCY, it is not a U. S: Navy. Services will be then at war with us, and crew of along the Atlantic coast into I I The Key West Electric Company
Armistice Day comes the day before held at Lopez Funeral Home f North Carolina '
question of earning; it is a question of dole- 315 !surrendered-was being fit- and precipitation f
the city election, when it should be the day chapel., Sunday 3 p. m. ted out as enemy ship when mostly in the form of snow,!'
out provisions to a ship-wrecked crew, "
after. An armistice is generally declared ing I burned by Ditatur in enemy'sharbor throughout many northwestern|
and we are justly incensed when two or At a meeting of the Key West the next February. Prisoners .
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after ----
a_ battle. Board held last night in
more members of the same family each re- Realty released in 1805.
the rooms of the chamber of com-I-
ceive not compensation, but a dole that
decided to make
There are 12,000,000 illiterate parsons merce was ap- 1864-Nevada admitted to
,should in simple] justice be apportioned to plication for membership in the Statehood as 36th State. r
over 10 years of age in this country, it Florida Real Estate Boards and I
the relief of many.It
is estimated. That explains the small the charter list is bceing preparedby i 1929-Nova Scotia ends its 13
newspaper circulation in some communities. is such inequity as this that adds Chairman V. A, Johnson and I I years of prohibition.I I
bitterness to the scanty rations furnishedto Acting Secretary Warren Drew.

the mass of men and women who have Initiation fee was placed at $25 I I! 1934-Chicago closed its World I
to and a number of charter members i Fair for the second season. I HOUSEHOLD GOODS
the dexterity
neither the "pull" nor
The chairman
Plant an advertisement in The Citi- were accepted. I I
make of themselves the objects of a favoritism urged on the members to make| Squirrels, hares and monkeys
and rich harvest. takes time :
zen reap a It that was never any part of the every effort possible to attend the(.: range abundantly from the warm
for things to grow, so do not be discouraged Federal Emer- meeting of the realty board to be lowlands of Ethiopia to heights of!I OF
design of the authors of the QUALITYA
if results] are not immediately held in Lakeland next week. 10,000 feet. I
gency Relief Administration.To .
forthcoming.A !
the Administration we appeal The qualified list of electors inl A. L. Maureau, S. J., was presentand
mal-Administration. Key West Is published in this issue -, delivered an address. '
great deal of Federal funds have against of The Citizen. The names'

been allocated to Key West and soon their QUEER SUPERSTITIONS cover number more of extra than three copies have pages.been A!! Clarke The, arrived Tug Barranca from ,New Captain Or- Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Visit

effects "shill be noticeable. It takes a l longtime printed which may be purchased leans yesterday and berthed at I
Our Store And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY
for fruit-bearing trees to grow and Superstitions regarding the preventionand by those interested in the coming, the Porter Dock company. The

ripen, but plucking time will sopn be here. cure of disease have persisted from election Of city officials.i .1 I Barranca comes to take the disabled HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There.
the immemorial, of them being still l Japanese
many Troop 2, Boy Scouts of America,, JSaru; which lost its propeller last
Fellow Citizen lleningay's latest prevalent in the more backward sectionsof entertained last night with al,,I week, in tow for Mobile. Both vessels -

book is titled "Green Hills of Africa". the country. A few were called to mind Hallowe'en party at the scout!!i were consigned to the Porteri

This: has nostalgic connotation as if the by a recent writer, in noting the death of hall on Duval street Besides the i i i I Dock company.
members of the troop there were i]i MOPS\ : GARBAGE CANS
author were sighing for another African an aged Kentuckian who continued to a number of invited guests/: Editorial comment. A Spanish

trip. and we have a sneaking suspicion he i I wear earrings to the last, in the belief that I present. Games were played dur-'[ bullfighter was killed when struck

would prefer to be in Ethiopia right now. they were good for the eyesight. ing the evening. In the automobile,, by a pop bottle, demonstrating KITCHEN 'V AREVATER COOLERS
contest Miss Claudia Johnson won;t: that a toreador's occupation is almost -
I Another old-time notion was that
I the prize for girls and Jerry Ga-!' as dangerous as that of an
Many otherwise intelligent people' wearing a mustacde was beneficial to lindo win the prize for boys. Rev.['t-umpire.

still believe that they: may sow the seeds of : weak eyes, just as it was thought that ----- -- -- _. CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

strife and yet be rewarded{ with a harvestof I carrying a buckeye or a potato in the ..
blessedness forgetting the principle expressed pocket would prevent or cure rheumatism.Ore .

in the well-known words: "With doesn't have to be so very old to DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY IRONING BOARDS

what measure ye mete, it is measured to remember when children were caused to

you again." wear a little bag of asafetida strung
around the neck as a protection against I

Franklin Woodrow Jordan, a 9-lb "catching" diseases and when in many YOUR TOWNAll

baby. was born in a well.] We wonder how homes bunches of various dried herbs were ALL KINDS OFDISHES AND GLASSWARE

many paragraphers will crack the pun that hung about for the same purpose. Some

the child \v u%\ell-born. According to his believed that keeping a goat around the j

name he should have beer horn in a river* house. was a prime health? measure. II Modern Banking Facilities II ""j'JQ Dinner Sets,.$1.00 and Up .', J J3

The singular occurrence tlsn gave occasion The? writer r remembers being warned Commercial and Savings Accounts \\ "'\ tA ilk ,

possibly to the earliest baptism on record. when a boy not to wade in water when t .r

afflicted with hives lest they "strike to his I I It I

Love is a state of emotional intoxication.Key heart and kill him." He waded, neverthe-j I The First National Bank of Key \West t

West Citizen. To some le>.s, and lives to tell the tale. j I

it's just a plain drunk.-Jacksonville These superstitions, like the belief j, II

Times-Union. And a kind of drink in that a horsehair placed in a rain barrel J Member of the Federal Reserve I South [Florida Contracting: & Engineering Co.

which most folks indulge.-Bronson Journal would turn into a snake, are gradually +

And usually good for a headache or dying out-but many presumably intelligent Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance t I' Phtne 598 White and Eliza Streets

two.-Miami\ Daily News. And, may we persons to this day will refuse to take
I Corporation "Your home is worthy of the best"PAGE
add, love is the tenth word in a tele2ram.Surasota the third. light from a match, or walk un- .

Herald I der a ladder, for fear of dire consequences. -,

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'SOFTBALL .........eeeee.eee............................... ....................tt.t ] .......................I I bert Ames }Iiu.. .
GAMEATPARKTONIGHT I. .* senator and,

I' HIGH COURAGE PEOPLE'S FORUM j CLASSIFIED !: }HOWDY\ KEY WEST! general governor of tat the Civil surviving War, born Union atRocklanod.

t bye eaaae wraan, :' ................................................. COLUMN i ij )Ja ftoe. Died in Fl.n.
I I By RED KERCE Ja, April 13, 1933.
PROTESTS AGAINST merchants sell dollars -|
STXOPSISi Ann rarwtfortH them against our canneries. Naturally I MERCHANTS HANDLING I' same every ......................e.j .. : ........................
.! cis aimMpkcr el [orrt>o4tgvcrytkiii0 BAKERS TO MEET FIREMEN IN worth of goods sold by them 1852-Mary E. Wilkins Freeman .
(: : connected wftk tA.taysterioisa as an employee and a future I OOT-OF-TOWN, CIGARS I Ij' right here in Key West j j LOST 1 Weather description: Not at all New En rhnd and. Jfetvchen.
t tp .Te. u. ends froM son-in-law he's interested. agreeable to air-conditioned .
r..c ,. A.'...... souk her fatheroisd BENEFIT FOR OSCAR I I be pants.Dfan's X. J., popular novelist. born a:
.. tTe..... *>.., i..Ir. Parn.vorfhw Anne clung to her father's arm. Editor The iili-; Key West will never prosperous WATCH WITH BROKEN BAND, .
laving 4mm ,Te. law fe kl. rrta- For she with It MOLINA j' !! again until we learn to 1 RandolphMass. Died in Metu
agreed Farley
I would
*...,* and Wok Crock. kte rtfffcf appreciate it very much either Saturday or Sunday. desire for going deeper chen Mar. 13, 1030.
hood ma* whom Ann engagedto explained Rob's feeling towards if you will be so kind as to publish patronize home industry and Reward if returned to 410 Mar- into debt is given a constant boost
marry Ann t* leaning muchabnttt Neuman on the wharves and :yet trade with them who trade with :I
(A* operation ot*. ",.- the following which I am garet street. octSl-2tx 1 by the thought that no matter how 1850 Juliette G. Low. found
tooth ash eansrtien--her( father what was.there in what her father JOVE i, us. When a box of cigars is purchased -I r '
( -
opposes e..v4..f *<*h rn>". <*. Mca had said to arouse such anger In By ) sure will be of great interest to from a local cigar-maker MALE HiLPWATED i far you go there will always be a sr oil$ the Girl Scoots in Americathe
uha trap ,lac... for one thtaa. The big diamondball game to be I leg in reach to pull Trot
I in Savannah .
tro Ga.
Rob! many Key Westers.I ->r manufacturer, he in turn
played Park ,
at Bayview
"Daddy. she looked up at him.' old resident of I I spends that dollar with the local MAN WANTED for Rawleigb. in 1912, fin kn+wn as! Gir:
witness the Bakers and Fire- am an Key I
Chapter Six "please. I love ;yon both so much." merchants and it continues to Route of 800 families. Write !| Several key NRA officials have Guides, born. Died Jan. 17, 127!
Farnsworth looked down and the men tens. West and have: raised a family I resigned to take jobs with
HARSH WORDS Thisrill t I circulate in Key West. today. Rawleigh Dept. FAJ- [ pri-
grim lines of his face relaxed. "Ton be a regular league here. I have lived here when we We all know what happens to I 116-SA, Memphis r. Tenn. vate concerns. We had always 1867-David Graham Phillips
.DA.D.- Interposed Anne "why love us both. he repeated"all right. game and also a benefit for Oscar were: prosperous and I am con- I I the dollar that leaves here to pay I oct310172431xWANTED 1 imagined if the administrationdidn't popular novelist ef his day born
you approve of buying Goodnight Rob. Tom. thanks for the Molina a member. of the Firemen at Madison Ind. Mtfrdered
begin something more -! by a
tinuing to live bere and do the for goods purchased in a distant i perI
from the traps?There must be a reason.I car. Lee. Come on Anne see mother outfit. 1 I i manent people would be forced! !stranger who believed himself
Batteries will be Walker and best I can to get along. In the city. I
and me out to the car. Home institutions from tooth I i! into getting a job. maligned in New York, Jan. 24.
feel tbere Is a reason though Gabriel for the Fire fighters, and many years that I have earned a WANTED chance to bid on I 1911.

Others may not agree with me. This I rcINDA was waiting and the Ward and Rodriguez for the Bak- living here I have made and sold I I supported.picks to newspapers We! generally should find our be I your next printing order. The 1 I Any boy who writes to a cOl-
Clew is purely personal, but as longas three scurried through the rain I ,'[
; I ers.The cigars. By making and selling merchants readinj foreign newspapers AYtman Press. aug7 lege girl can truthfully boast an'j 1869-William A. Moffett, rear
I own the canneries I want it re- to the shelter of the car.Don"1 like rest of the club of the j' admiral the navy's air chief born
ect& to leave;yon troubled like this Anne- Firemen 'will be: Brady J. Garcia cigars I have until recently been boosting other communi-I WANTED-Living room suite. j I tern amazing circulation of his let-' at Charleston. S. C. Died in th
ties and
"Traps are usually Owned by individuals child" Fartwworth said -you'll C. Garcia. C. Vidal. E. Hernan' able to earn a fair living for my- knocking our Also! dinette. Must be reason- i ii Akron disaster April 4, 1933.
; but their hall is many have to trust your old dad a"little dez M. Lopez Salinero, Casa;I self and family, and give employ- institutions. It seems to me it is able. Box M, Citizen.
times that of the individual fisher longer. Well talk more about this P. Ctrbonell Jackie CarbonelL I time for us to remember that we oct30-2tx 1 "A woman's vocabulary co n-]
ment to others. However in the
man. 1 feel their wanton catch compared when yon teach home and remember For the Bakers: Pena Barcelo ; live ant make our living here in : tains only 800 words," according',| e .:..JIif ;
with that of the fisherman who Anna sty nothing to the others Hale Albury A. Acevedo Higgs I, last few years it has constantly Key West that Key West is after MISCELLANEOUSPURCHASING: i tto an authority. But muster, we'!

has spent his life on the waters about Tecla's ,"Isit.I ." Bethel Alfonso and a few others. r become harder to earn a living at all a mighty good place in whichto ; know a six-year-old girl whose! ) 4 71-oiel4. l
learning his particular profession.Is won't and Dad," she confided i 'my trade because machine-made live and that if we expect to AGENT methodical vocabulary of saying

not fair play.I "I do trust you and your Judgment cigars manufactured in distant continue to live in Key West, we For Fruits and Vegetables: i "hey" contains more than that FLORIDA

wont stand for It-! Luke Fares even above Rob'r""Thanks BEACON PLAYERS cities have been brought here by should support Key West institu- Meats<, Eggs, Etc. many synonyms.
worth's voice boomed out. He waiteda dear that sounds good to I local business men. These cigars, tions, buy Key West goods boost I E. C. GRIFFIN ...r' VA: "' _

moment for this to sink in. then an old man." DEFEAT SCHOOL as everyone knows are inferiorto Key West business and do as 1020 S. W. 9th Ave. And when believesthey're ,.. GEORGE
went on"Lee, :you know my: views. I "Oh I wish :you'd take me with hand-made Havana cigars. In people} do_ in other _cities always I Miami Florida a person t WASHINGTON .
It's up to )'ou. here on the ground I you." she cried in sudden panic asr' madeon purchase home products. I am oct31-6tx too good, usually they are JOG.a- ... i... ,
addition to this the profit
I too dumb to know. ......s--. .
these cigars by the merchant sure (because of my long yearsof TI..tr...Had.. '
a .. ... ...
u s.
: : >
ff .W DIAMONDBALL GAME.PLATTED is generally less than the profit experience in the business) FOR RENT :; row---v.GGA.AGE v.
:: : { : : I made on these cigars manufactured that between 20 and 25 men as "Some of best sellers came. r doe r
here in Key West by hand. weft as s fair number of women new-'I twr... -
IAns. .suo. .
SCORE OF 2 TO 1 i The workers here, in addition, \\'ouldfind work tomorrow morning ly renovated. Modern conven- :I writer says. Same here comrade al;

..r spend I every dollar that they earn making cigars here in Key iences. 529 Simonton street. J:I' that's how we became a MAYFLOWER

f i j right here in Key West, and the West, if we would discontinue the oct29-3t !, grapher. j i too a...".,.
purchase of outside cigars and i ..d..d Sher"f
irony of the situation is that the
f By JOVE) j merchants who make their patronize home industry. This WANT TO RENT house large!!,! "Twenty-one is too late to let a j
The Lighthouse ten of the Social j very 1
I would be quite contribution towards or smalL Apply 303 White- boy think for himself" declares,
defeated the living in Key West, are spending a //t ...d w1..iurr'sj
League High j
head street. oct31-3t ''
future Dorothy Dix. too GA.AC.t-Mt.
prosperity. Entirely many'of e
their in distant cities as-
School outfit at Bayview Park money r
Let's get together unselfishly t them at twenty even; : RATES..Itea.dtrLAGLER
yesterday afternoon. It was one I sisting in building industry in far NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT marry or
and the and do our part towards reestab- ; younger. i
of the best played games: of the away with garage. Apply 827 ii
lishing industry in Key West and j i .
Key West people to continue to i
F.a in the second half. .
league I Duval street. oct19'TWO In s..a.d.r.sh.h.s.o
all remember that dollar ;jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeej
a kept
B. Pinder and Roberts staged have money to buy their goods. It i''
is impossible for citizens like here in Key West is a dollar oared h I j ,
.f a pitcher's battle and Tunkie myself AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED Today's .M.d-
with to this community and repre- r.-- '. ail
,,' 1Frff out. to have money to spend
Roberts finally won i APARTMENT. Conveniences ww..oLd er
the merchants who take our money sents purchasing power to our | Anniversaries
the Beacon
In the third inning( porches. 519 Eliza-j f :
merchants. Of course, there RATESsun..s
boys scored two runs on two sin- 1 and use it to purchase machine- be some few local merchants may who beth street. Apply 523 South- ........................ >
I' gles and two errors enough to made cigars, of distant cities, and ard street octl4j I t
are not handling: these outside 1 1740 Wiliiam
win the in some cases even made in the Pars Maryland ..P
All the ABC boys could do was far-away;: Philippine Islands. machine-made cigars. However FOR SALE | signer of the Declaration of Independence ,

to shove over one run, in the fifth. I have read recently in this pa- such merchants would be a rare jurist and governor.

At bat T. Roberts and Soldano per several\ complaints or requests exception and deserve our patron- PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed, born in Harford Co., Md. Died : -

__ two safely in five times up.l I j.i on the part of many of our age. Certainly these! Key West cards, $1.25. The Artman Oct. 13. 1799.= I t

Albury walked once and singledonce so-called merchants who com- merchants who handle- outside Press. aug7 ; --- jlvlltaYl r
for a perfect day. plained of the fact that there area cigars are not foolish enough: to 1826-Joseph R. Hawley Hart-i

In the field. Parks Mathewsand few Mail Order Catalogs in the expect to sell their wares to the OLD PAPERS FOB SALE-Two ford. Conn., l lawyer, newspaper{

Pellicier played a great game city and some citizens from timeto inhabitants of the cities from bundles for 6c. The Citizen Office -. editor. Union general governor! Tk. GEORGE WASHINGTON

Beacon and Gonzalez time use them. Do not the hich these cigars come.Respectfully oct16 and congressman, born in Richmond 100 !.... ctrl ..... ..J Sko....
for the boys Co., N. C. Died Mar. 18, 0.-111. ..__....... s.
merchants Mail Order yours
and Soldano for the School ten. same use I I .don ... I.-...-........
I Catalogs to bring cigars and other D. B. RUSSELLKey PRINTING-Quality Printing at: 1905. .
Score by inings: R. H. E. HATES fax >! .. GARAGE _
Anne found Rob and Sharlee West Fla., the Lowest Prices. The Art-! _
dancing.to Lighthouse 002 000 0-:2 5 2 articles'! manufactured in other J
EtatiiiFIRMS: ]: : : :, o..n. j
611 Duval street. | 1835 (100 Adel-
Press. angTJ -- ) .au ro
man j years ago
act for me. Tom. you're handlingthe wind and rain rushed In fury againstthe High School 000 010 0-1 4 1 places here? Why should we not I

legal end of things down here. I windows of the car"Dad you will Batteries: Roberts and Pellicier; order our goods from distant -
can't seem to learn who are the real be careful. B. Pinder, Russell and Nelson.Today's cities? (The writer being a good 1-

owners of these traps. If you're not "Silly girl." her mother chided Key Wester does not do this.) i
smart enough to find out. Ill bring "imagine telling an Oregonian to ........................ Recently I have visited many I -

someone down here who can. beware of the rain. I'll telephone you stores on Duval street as well as
"And you. Rob. even in Portlandwere in the morning> you're to stay on Birthday* in other parts of this city and I

in a position to know to whom here. I brought your bags up with ........................ find that our leading merchants I
the firm's money was going. Check me" are far better supplied with these 1
that end Immediately. 1 work with U. S. Senator William G. Mc-
outside cigars than with the Key.
Anne kissed them both clung to
men T.'10 go out in boats and I will them releasing her hold reluctantly.. Adoo of California born near West made product in fact in
not tolerate any deviation from this Marietta Ga., 72 years ago. I
some places Key West cigars were
then at her mother's warning not to
plan. That's alL spot her gown rushed back through not even visible, although, these \ Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
lie arose but Anne noticed Rob the rain to the veranda. Gov. Herman G. Kump of West! t
was on his feet facing her father Virginia, born at Capon Springs,
New York
College, City, nutrition
She her
eyes narrowed in saw mother's profile as W. Va. 58 :
anger. years ago. ,
authority, born at Newark, 0., 61
Anne stood by helplessly: as her father switched on the ignition I
saw her father's firm chin as he bent years agb.Eugene. ,
Crocker spoke. "You that cock
got Wilbur J. Carr, Assistant Sec-
ind bull story from John N'enman. forward to release the brake. Rain Star American Coffee
retary of State since 1924, born ROSES
je stated belligerently. drenched shrnobery: sprang Into individual fin Meyer of Washington. JOHN C. PARK TIFFS
Ohio 65 yearn ago. I Has a taste and aroma that
"1 did no such thing" Farnsworth shapes the headlights silvered D. C., newspaper publisher born
retorted. "Tom there .'aslo my office the darkness. The car movedon i j' in Los Angeles 60 years ago. i ia only food la good coffee
Paul Knabenshure of Los Angeles FLORAL PIECES A
bile 1 talked to John. I didnt know until only the ruby tail light 328 SIMONTON ST. and you era be sore that: it*. CASH GROCERY
U. S. :Minister to Iraq, born'
'om was tbere. lie kept his pres- twinkled behind like a malevolent Nelson Harding of New York ,I fresh because it'. blended in SPECIALTY

ince suspiciously quiet. I'm glad eye.Anne at Toledo, O., 52 years ago. City, cartoonist born there 56 Key West. 1101 Division Street

tow that be did because he can prove stood moment listening to John W. Troy governor of years ago. I PLUMBINGDURO
euman refused to talk; insisted he the receding sound of the motor. A Alaska born at Dungeness. Wash., LARGO, tt 18CJ PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29 .

jad no proof of any: of the trouble wailing wind tore in from the water 67 years ago. Julia Peterkin of South Caro- STAR, tb 25c; .

ron said bad brought you down from then faded to a soft rustle among the ilna, novelist, born there, 55 I
ortland.". firs. "Ghosts of dead ships swishing Prof. Mary S. Rose! of Teachers years ago. V. & S., Ib 15c. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

And then as an added.shot. "Xen- their sea-weed shrouds thought PUMPS GroceriesPLUMBING

nan isnt; the kind of a man to contemn Anne and shuddered "I'm getting STAR COFFEE MILL
another without proof morbid she whispered "better talk SUPPLIES NURSERY
512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
"Meanfng I am? demanded to Rob"She "-

rocker. went into the house to find ,PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
Rob and Sharlee again dancing to PHONE 597

CKE FARNSWORTH stared at radio music. She encountered MiinaSorkt "Like A Cake Of Ice"FOODSTUFFS I

Rob as if be were only now seeing ,putting on her coat in the side

ilm for the first time. "I don't know." hall I SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

I a answered frankly. "are your -Miina. It youll wait. Rob and I INSURANCE
"Mr Farnsworth." Rob's voice was will drive you home." Jewfish, 2 Ibs. 35c

rembling. "1 appreciate the fact that Rob seemed more than willing togo Yellowtail Steak, 2 I.,.. 35c THE KEY WEST ; .

on are my employer the father of and diplomatically: persuaded Yellowtail ea BODe, 2 Ibs 25e Office: 319 Daval Street
he I'm to but Sharlee not to accompany them.
girl going marry no Grouper 2 Ibs. 25c r
nan can talk to me like that. They made the drive quickly: SUNDAY STAR

"Like what?" asked Farnsworth Mina shyly answering questions Snapper, 2 Ibs. .- ..- 2Se *
calmly. asked by: Anne. Rob concentrating M.tte. FUn, 2 Ibs. 25 TELEPHONE NO. 1

"Like I had-" his attention upon driving In the i Subscription $2 Per Year

"Rob. quiet down." Tom Farley I storm. Down through town they A Af FRESH SHRIMP Try Year Meals At
was beside the younger man. "get went then over the hill which formsa I Large Select Oysters Key West Only Sunday -"rUE-

hold of yourself.: Overlook this Luki.: barrier between Astoria and the Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 6Se Paper Delmonico Restaurant
I Finnish settlement of Cnion Town. f f tt
the boy's upset be'a bad a tough day. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
"Ton see. Luke we folks! who've Depositing Miina at the foot of along r Business Office Citizen Badweiser Beer _._...__ I5.
worked around Astoria within the staircase. Rob drove off down
I Six Coarse Dinner ___
last five years know Neuman. The the highway: to a spot where they' !f- t ?
Finns think he wears a halo and could park and watch the rush of PHONE 151 PHONE 51 I ..-------- SOc, 75c, and 85<

wings because he has a college education storm.tossed waves boiling In on the 1 ti e d

and a knack of getting along sands. 1

with big business men. Rob. here (.Copyright, lift, bit> J.aas.. Boa) AARON McCONNELL
I Our U
Reputation Wrap.
knows his influence over the fishermen I
Anne get th. most terri I. hock; 536 FlemingStreet
and he suspects! him of playing of her life tomorrow. ped in every package JENNIE B. DE BOER

----,- ----- -_ -- ...-- kept in our all metal ICE FUNERAL HOME
REFRIGERATORS cool fresh and of
are as ,

DIAMONDBALL TILT JFERA TO BATTLE healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of apI. W.tch PRINTING. Dlplfied, S78P&tJa.tI. -
ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand Doctot


$30.00 and $35.00EASY .

Tomorrow the Fun- The Administration and ARTftSTpRESSCitizen Ambalaae S.rvle. -
night Lopez | ten I
At See
Display Him For Your Next Work
en; (lame ivtwill\ hoi.k up with Bayview Park outfit will meet this

the F remein' a regular league I afternoon at Bayview Park for angular ALL PRICES REDUCED Bldg. LADY ATTENDANT
game. Thompson Ice Company Inc. Hearst 9 t. 12-1 to 6 Citizen OfficePHONE
C Gates and Ingraham will be Social League game. 51
in there for the Embalmers and' Tomorow afternoon the Light- Open Saturday N'a. Pfceae 548 Were Sleep
Castro and Gabriel for the Fire ].ou&e crew and the Administration -

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SOCIETY BUT ONE BUILDING FEDERAL ORDERSTOPSPROJECT I:::::: PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. ::: Shiveringwith \\hen EthwiMn treaty Msd between Anencan ra 1903 the a missionvntted United commercial

x: : : : PERMIT FOR WEEKDuring _
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................................................. C. J. Roberts was an arrival Enrique Aguilar, of the F. E. Chills
on the Cuba this morningfor C. switching forces, left last night For City Clerk

Womanless Wedding' To Be the week ending October FORT TAYLOR RESERVATION a visit with relatives. for a short visit to Miami. Burning with Fever I HENRY F. SAUNDERS

31 there was but one build-
Tomorrow ACTIVITIES CEASED II I Edwin Trevor was a passenger Maynard\ Baker, clerk in the I TIRED-
Presented EveningThe ing permit issued' from the officeof I Sure Relief for Malaria! WOMAN, 87, NEVER
leaving on the Florida last night I mechanical department of the
Building Inspector Harry Bik ON TUESDAY for a short business visit in Mi- Florida East Coast Railway left Don't try homemade treatments or -TAKES IRON DAILY
IIi-Y boys are presenting"A lege chum of bride-Isadore Rod- .er. This was issued for: ami. last newfangled remedies I Take that food oldGroe's I
night for Miami
Womanless Wedding" Friday riquez.Mr. Construction' of a garage at where1 he has Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you "I am 87, go to church and attend -
been assigned to duties.E. win be yourself again,for Gro '5 Taste parties and do not get a bit
at the Niblick Golf lather of 1309 Whitehead street. Owner, Stoppage of the' Fort Taylor i
night Nov. 1, at 8 o'clock I W. S. Weff, chief electrician. less Chill Tonic not only relieves the tired. I eat and sleep well thanks
High School auditorium. i iAn bride-Thomas.Eden. L., P. Artman; cost, $300. reservation beautification project and Herbert Hodges mechanical M. Smith. manager of the symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the I.to Vinol iron tonic.".-Mrs. II.

hour of real entertainmentis Mrs.\ Niblick Golf, mother ofj which was started Monday and engineer, for the Florida East American Railway Express .company infection itself. '
Batdorf. Vinol tastes fine I OricaI
:Subscribe to The Citizen.LEGALS. The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste- ; -
in store for those who attend I bride-Herbert Eddy. c. Coast Railway company, who were in West '
suddenly ended the followingday Key left last night less Chin Tonic kills the Malarial infec- I tal Pharmacy.RICHARDSON'S.
it is stated. The twins: Mischievous broth. in Key West for several days, left for a business to Miami. I
was on direct instructionsfrom trip tion in the blood while the iron it con -
"White folks in dis town ain't i er of bride Malcolm Roberts; last night for Miami en route to tains builds up the blood to overcome the

never seen sich a weddin' as dis dear little sister of bride, William Washington, D. C. St. Augustine. Mrs. Isabel Pierce and children effects of the disease and fortify against

one gwine to be," says old Aunt I Kemp. ;, NO-TICK OP MTKRLK Franklin E. Albert, executive who were visiting relatives and further attack The twofold effect is absolutely -

Jernina, who has slaved long in Grandfather of the bride-IliU tNOTlCK IUREUGI'tS.. thatnodrr I officer of the WPA administration Arthur Serra friends left necessary to the overcoming of
and by virtue of and pur- extensive grower last night onthe Malaria.Besides being a dependable remedy -
the household and, she ought to I I ary Albury. I and..uant entered to that on certain the lath d..r..e dayof made i told The Citizen that WPA of pineapples in Cuba, who was f Florida for Miami. *- for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chin

know. Grandmother of the groom- Jane. AI). ISIS,,, by the Honorable i funds: cannot be expended on visiting briefly in Key West. left Tonic is also an excellent tonic of generaluse. GROCERY
All school patrons and friends !,John Spottswood. Jefferson B- Browne, JudKe of the pro- last night for the home in Miami. A. M. Hewett, cashier of the Pleasant to take and absolutely
jects federal
are invited to attend the wed- | Mrs. Mariah\ Mashie, aunt of Circuit Court of the TwentiethJudicial I II on property. This I Key West Electric who harmless. Safe to give children Get a i
I Circuit of Monroe County.I project involved an expenditureof company, bottle today at any drug store. Now two I
ding. j i| bride-Steve Boyden. I I Florida in Chancery in that certain. $13,233.50. I Mrs. Cad Coles, wife of Cad i was called to Tampa because of sues-50c and $1. The $1 size contains FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

The prograpi follows: j| Mr. lIezekiab Mashie, uncle of cause II. Entwistle therein is pending complainant whereinVm.and Coles, senior purser of the P. and I II the illness of his father, and left 2/ times as much as the SOc size and
i Rote ____ 49c
Master of Ceremonies-Jesus the bride-George Del Pino. Randall Adamn Jr., and Susie O. S. S. company, left last night last week accompanied by Mrs. gives yon 25% morg for your money. Milk 5 cans

Carmona. I'I 4unt Jemima-Bill Achison. i/Adams, his wife: are defendants, FAUSTO TO MOVE I for Miami for a short visit and : Hewett, returned on the Cuba I-- I Magnolia Milk ...--.-- lie

Miss Goldie Gossip Golf bride]i Baby sister of bride-Canfield I t Chancery the undersigned apnvinted Special by said Master decree In, I will make the trip to Havana be-, this morning.. Mrs. Hewett will II I ..". ._..UJ..'. 1A..t.e n.tcl" Cream 6 cans ..__ 37 and 40c

.Delio Cruz. I j I Lewin. I will offer for sale and sell at publicoutcry fore returning to Key West. return later. I Batter, It. ........-..._______ 29 HC

Mr. Alexander Hiram Diddie, I I I Mrs. Probe-Knowall-Raymond cash before to the the highest front door bidder of the for TO OLD QUARTERS I THE SEMINOLEJacksonville. I Sugar, 5 lbs-------... .. __. 27c

groom-Bob Saunders. j! Navarro. County Court House in Key West Judge J. A. McDougal who was Captain Roy Potter of the P. Potato, 10 lb.. 21 c

Miss Larsanthy Foxyflower, Miss Pearl WeatherfordChester Monroe County.%nd. A.Florida I). ISJ5 on(same Monday be-,|iDecember i I in Key West for a short time E. C. extension forces left last I, Rice, 5 II... ___.__. 2Se and 3Sc

maid of honor-Gerald Jaycocks. Knowles. IRK a rule day of said Court and a-! Fauto's Cash Grocery will move 'looking over tax records of his night for a business visit to Miami I I Eggs, doz. .......__....- ... 35c
Mr. Jeremiah Hash best man- Rise Riga;: jilted sweetheart of legal salea day) during the legal back into its old home on November and other points.
hours of sale to-*'it. between II j jO'clock holdings in Monroe county, left : Lard, 2 lbs------....___... __ 29e
Jeff Knight. j groom-Paul Mesa the forenoon and Z O'clock'' ; 4, according an announcement ; ;
In. last night for Miami on the Flor I Maxwell House Coffee, Ib 29c
Rev. Lethorgy Nosegay, minister Mr. When Diddie father of in the afternoon or said day. thefollowing made on the front page oftoday's ida. Ralph Anderson, vice presidentand I
Robert Valdez. described property to Cuban Coffee, ft 19c and 29c
V. Woodson.
-J. ,groom- paper. actuary of the Peninsular In- 1
satisfy said decree by payment of
Little Rose Lee, flower girl- Mrs.\ When Diddie, mother of the amounts therein specified: This ,grocery is now located rat Howard C. Weatherford, attacheof surance company, who was in Key Tomatoes, 6 cans ........ 29c

Sidney Aronovitz. | groom-Delmar Hodgekiss.Mr. Fart In of Monroe Government County Lot Florida 1. section -; the corner of Angela and Uuvai the Florida Publiccompany Utilities West for a few days conferringwith : I Royal Jello 4 pkfs. 22<<

Little Anna Bell Starr, ring Ezra Doolittle, country 8, Township 63 South. streets in the same building with left last night for a'! the local office, left last Gibbs Catsup, large ...-.-.... 13<
bearer-Jack uncle of -Jerome Berko- Range.!> SS East of Tallahassee j I _..._..__....
Lopez. j groom Meridian described as follows: the Broadway market. On Monday business visit in Miami. night on the Florida for Miami en FlorlaaCIIAS. Peaches, 2;$ size 16c

Little Mary Ann Fogy, train- witz.New Commencing at the Southeast, the store will be reopened at t route to Jacksonville. B. faRI ER. Mnagrr I Pears 2J4 size ----r._- .. 17*
bearer-George Solomon. j jGroom's York Evening Post society corner ef internment Lot Two the corner of Packer and Virginia Mrs. Leonard Sands wife of! A human home-ilka Institution I Grits, 3 lbs--------------I_ lBs
Ulric Pinder. (2) Section Eight; (S> Township TOUGHEST where you will find ys.r tmHtUmmtromfort -
attendant reporter-Joe BEEF
Sixty-three (63> South. ItangeThirtyeight streets where it was located Engineer Sands of the P. and 0.1 ..* rmtmmlmmmrml a matter -J Beets, sliced, 2 cass 25c
Gwynn. j Key West Citizen society re (:3S> East: from for years. of great Importanca.0 .
Groom's attendant Wm. Mon- porter-Warren Hill.! said point run North Ninety Fausto Castillo of the --
feet thence South manager the Florida for Fort Lauderdale, I
; run forty- String Beans, 2 cans .... 25c
salvatage. Piano-Marguerite\ Goshorn. four (H) degrees Eaxt. Twu store, states that he will operateon I A steel flft..r building located 'I
where the will make their .
Brdiesmaid-Vance Stirrup. Violin-Nicholas Goshorn. hundred tment-four (%%1) feet the cash basis in the future family (Mr Asuorlate Press) I. the heart of the eltEy..r ,- Ritz Crackers ...- 14c and 23c
I managerEdward r more or less, to the waters of I home whlie Mr. Sands is attached PRETORIA, So. Africa, Oct. -0-- Ovaltine small ... 3Sc
Bridesmaid-Jack Cormack. Property I .
the Atlantic Ocean; then runSouthwesterly thereby giving customers lowest to the Ferry Palma. Room with Combination Tub Whole Kernel Corn, 3 cans 25c
Miss Florence Nightingale, col- Woodson. I, on the beachmeander cash prizes. Daily bargains will I II 31.-Cattle prices have boomedas and Shower Bath Radio. Electric I, Salt, 3 pkga----------- lOc

--- I _____ -- I I four (44)to degrees a point South East of Forty-the be advertised through the columnsof I Charles B. Keister! yeoman j a result of the war in Ethiopia Ceiling Ventilation Fan,Comfortable Slat Door for Bed Summer with. I Sani-FIush, can ... ..' 23e

startingpoint; thence run One this paper.SUNDAY. first class, U. S. N., Mrs. Keister and South African farmers are Mattresses of Inner Spring Construetlon Matches, 3 boxes .. lie
-jJirthday Party In hundred Forty-eight (148) feet, and Individual Read: Crab Meat .. .. 35cI
Enj ,
more or less, to the point of and two children, sailed last night j shouting "Viva Italia" and "Hail tug Lamps. can
I II beginning. I Tuna Fish can h___ 15c
.. I for a week's vacation in Miami j: Selassie." RATES I Rinse _...
Honor Of Mary Anne Matchett AQUILIXO LOI'EZ. .1StSpecial [ DINNER] I 3 pkgs. h' 23c

RAYMOND R.Master LORD.in Chancery. I' The thousands of head offered Rooms, Private Bath ___-_Single7B ....; Box Jelly, 3 lbs __ __ 24c
-- Solicitor for the Complainant. Sut Carl Rom, senior radio elec- for sale at high prices include' .* R_.. Private BatS __ U
Mary Anne Matchett. daughterof Garry Thompson Betty JeanVil- octal. nwv7-ll-ll-2S ![: trician of the lighthouse depart- '! thin, underfed animals of doubt 4* Homss, Private Bath __ *OZ4 .i Phone 658-R Free Delivery

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Matchett llama Faye Bervaldi Barbara Ann ment, left on the Florida last:: ful value.I Rons. Private HalO _._ 5.55! Eaton and Elizabeth Streets
....................... I I* Sample ROOISH, Private Bath 4.1*
Adams Mike Knowles !
Marjory to
entertained recently at the home, Dy ANN PAGEHALLOWE'EN night for an inspection!: trip I I I Even natives, ordinarily most SLIGHT INCREASE FOR UOIBLBOCCCPAMCT :
Gomez, Peggy Johnson, Martha points on the coast and to make] I
1313 Olivia street in honor of' I. POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS mark the beginning I I reluctant to sell cattle, sense the
Anne Gandolfo Joan Elbertsort.I Apple Week. All the adjustment to radio equipment.Chief situation and out the .
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her third birthday. i I I Judith Daughtry Mitchell Appel- I fall, apples have been plentiful and I[ "oldest residents" of their herds
Games were played and in theont.est routh, Gail Sweeting Jimmie and :! .cheap bringi.g raw' apples, baked apples Mate Charles II. Lunn,'I: for the Italian
within the
apple sauce and pie troops.
of pinning the tail on the Edward Sheppard; Betty June reach of most budgets. Hallowe'enalso of the F. E. C. Ferry system,!' Farmers admit
black cat. first prize went to Peggy ,; Cottrell, Joe and Billy Ladd; Don- I I marks the entrance of new crop i Mrs. Lunn and daughter, left last;I an increasing

Johnson and the booby to Faye I 1i3aker. ;|I aid Pinder, Glorina, Elizabeth,(( CITY ELECTION.12. 1935 NOVEMBER' nuts. into, market almonds among, Brazil them nuts Englishwalnuts p Ie' night on the Florida for Miami, I respect"Any for army the which Italian can army.fight on Re/En Inv1a1itonTO

winner. of Marjory the Gomez was the i. Esther and Charles Percy Curry, ....................i....i cans Italian Grapefruit chestnuts are and of plentiful course- i en route to Fort Lauderdale where I North transvaal scrub cattle must :
:.... consolation. [I Jr. peanuts. again they will make their home.J. OUR 7qtddbz2
Decorations and refreshments I 1 I For Mayor I and moderate in price. I be tough, is a current wise- #
II Mesdames Annie Sweeting, John Fresh pork loins and: hams are a Ut-
were carried out in the Hallo II Anderson Ada Fine, Olive Stine- DR. H. C. CALEY U. cheaper. Lamb is ttill sa excellsnt E. Price, owner of the Okee- crack.
Ve'en colors of and black. I value, beef forequmrtcr cut are more i
orange spring. W. W. Williams, Joe reasonable and veal is lower. ,. chobee Constrnction companYr i For City CouncilmanA. ,e
Those present were: 1 ,Thompson. Sr., Maitland Adams, For Mayor There are about a* many vegetable rived this morning on the ar-I

Louse: and Mary Lee Stine-i I Alan Hampton Seferino Almyda I WM. H. MALONE in many market of them as in are recent now. southern week, though VO'W1l- from Tampa to be present at I H. .McINNIS

epring. Buddy Nunnery. Joseph Harold II ask ins. James Sheppard, For Reelection 1 Outstanding are ,spinach cabbage case of George G. Park versus i **T7"ERY soon each of our <
Thompson. Jr.. Everett and Eu- Liva Cottrell Rodman Bethel, cauliflower and turnips. in suit for
I Her are three dinner. menus planned company $10.0001;: Cpigkf a. Cold ? ,* friends will be receiving an
gene Sweeting; Jackie. Joan, Ann Dave Daughtry. Reynold'Thompson For CouncilmanDR. to fit different budgets: damages.

and Terry Daughtry; Shirley'I Tom Curry Carl Bervaldi, ARMANDO COBO Low Coot Dinner .-! To help end it sooner invitation to our Wedding; and

Johnson lI.miltonViUiams: Dan Joe Gandolfo and Charles Percy For City Clerk ': rub throat and chest withVICKS we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get."
Beef Liver and Bacon
Stirrup, Barbara Roberts, Cath- I Curry Sr. For CouncilmanCLIFFORD Stashed Potatoes .. WALLACE PINDER
erine and Graham Conner; Josephand Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood Sweet- Creamed Diced Turnips ,
I G. HICKS For ReElectionSPECIAL. Naturally, you want jour Wedding Invitation to be the
Bread and Butter ,
Alfred Lowe; Rosalie Ne!"o7i, ing, Mr.\ and Mrs. Bradley Sweet- !
Cobbler '
Althea Haskins. Carolyn Jarrett, ing, Mr. and Mrs. Emil SweetingMr. For Councilman Tea or Coffee Apple MilkMedium > OFFERPERMANENT ,r : verj finest; and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect our

Eola Almyda, Edyth and Patricia : and MjsJ.. F. Matchett.\ remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations
Cost Dinner
Hampton; Earl Gwin, Jr., Patricia Misses Ruby Edwards, BerticCurry. MARCOS A. MESA, SR. n- PALACEReb
Veal Chops with Mushrooms WAVES aDd Announcements: in the Favored Styles of 195 J.
Bethel Zetta Frances Cabrera. Rosalie Saunders. Baked Stuffed Potatoes Cauliflower Russell in
For CouncilmanJIM
.. Bread and Butter fwo Permanents
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---- $5 00
---- --- Hard Sauce ARIZONA BAD
ROBERTSFor Apple Dumplings l
Tea or Coffee Milk for _ THE ARTMAN PRESS
Costume Ball At CastroAcevedoNuptial Better Waves, $5.00 and up ; Serial and Comedy
City CouncilmanJ. I Very Special Dinner
HabanaMadridMany EventA Grapefruit Matinee: 5-10c; Night: 1015eFOR
B. SULLIVANFor Celery Olives 407 South Street Phone 574h h i

Roast Chicken Giblet Gravy .. '-- -
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contestants are expected'to quiet home wedding was Police Justice Mashed Sweet Potatoes : : -- -
compete for the two silver' solemnized at the residence of Spinach'ranberry: in Sauce Cream ..O.5.O.SSO..O..S00000..0000000....SOOSOo.O..

trophies which will be presentedto the bride, 1103 Watson street T.S.CAROFor Rolls and Butter -- -- -- -

the two persons a man and a Tuesday afternoon when Miss Floating Island Coffe .I'1'.1".1'1"1"-1"11"-1" %
Chief of Police SALE I II
woman, having the best costumeat Etelvina Castro and George { IS
the Habana Madrid Club's Hal- ':: Acevedo were joined in holy MYRTLAND CATES A Three Days' Cough

lowe'en Costume Ball tonight:.wedlock by Notary Public Pedro '

from 9 till ? j Aguilar. For Captain of Police Is Your Danger Signal --. ----, I "Make Your Paper Pay

Reservations for this big affair Alberto Acevedo, brother of the ALBERTO CAMERO i I No matter how many medicines ;.:; "-4.- -> I:

have been coming in all the weekassuring groom and Armando Garcia actedas you have tried for your cough,chest .
a large attendance. Several -, witnesses to the For Captain of Police cold or bronchial irritation. you can : : '
attraction have been ceremony. ROBERT J. LEWIS i get relief now with Creomuizlon.I .,_J You Dividends!
The happy couple will be at i I, Serious trouble may be brewing and I' 't I
arranged for the entertainmentof home to J.heir many friends at :522 "Bobby" you cannot afford to take a chance
the guests. '. William street. Their many ,, with anything less than Creomul-
A: of Eton which goes right to the seat .
snappy progrjim good friends wish them a long and of the trouble to aid nature to
dance music will be furnished by happy married life.LARCHER'S. MONROE THEATERSybil soothe and heal the inflamed membranes .

John Pntchard's orchestra.BrooksCosgrove !! -.-- --- Jason-Glenda Farrell in I Is loosened as the and germ-laden expelled. phlegm Money Saving PricesWatch

j LITTLE BIG SHOT Even if other remedies have
\ Maureen\ O'Sullivan and Joel failed don't be discouraged. your
I I :McCrea in WOMAN WANTED druggist is authorized to guarantee
Engcgement Creomulsion and to refund
: your
I Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orches money if you are not satisfied with THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad-

Appearing -in the October 27th i GROCERY i tra: 15-20ci. Night: 15-25c Get results Creomulsion from the right very now.first (bottle.Adv.) vertisers closely for special savings on your !\

issue of the Atlanta Journal was "The Store That Serve f i ____ ______ ,- -- household necessities. Make your paper pay you S
an announcement of the engagement You Best"CONFIDENCE ; dividends. The In the
I : .III.1I'.I'.I.I.I.1.1.11: S most interesting news
nf Philip Louis Cosgrove, I :: !'
today is the advertising where ean
paper you
III t< Mi-s. LouW Brooks. Mr. ,
Cosgrove is the son of Captainand The inseparable relations be- h 4: save many dollars on the family budget by
tween this store and the publicis
Mi- Philip Co!'rrove of Key that '14 patronizing those merchants who advertise their
held intact by mystic
West The item from the At- t
word "CONFIDENCE. We PAPERS goods.
lanta paper is reproduced here-
with: I I pride ourselves upon the fad-
that our customers are permanent .
"Mi and iftrs. Edward Miller, THESE BRINGING THE COST
ones and that we havetheir i PRICES ARE
announce trie I ;
their daughter. engagementof Louise: to friendship and confidenceby ........................................ OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY-

Philip. LOUIN Co- rove. HI of At continual square dealing in BODY'S PURSE.

lanta. (;a.. and Kv West. Fla,; .every way. I

the marriage to be solemnized, We Welcome Responsible For Sale S
November 28." I Accounts 1 lI. A merchant, who advertises his prices
I Ir
t All Competition met with 1 1I 000..................... b3 charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a
;! Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead -

KEY WESTCOLONIAL I Low Prices and High Quality I street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view k' non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.

ONE STOP SERVICE Why this big difference? S
of the sea and overlooking Coral Park..
Order All Your Food Need 5 Bundles for

In the Center of the Business Through Us I 5c For price and terms apply to
By patronizing the merchants who ,present
and Theater District : I Dressed Poultry I 25 in bundle *
Fish Turtle their prices frankly and openly each week you
L. P.
First Class-Fireproof! Fruits VegetablesMeats ki A help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT

Sensible Rates .The Citizen Office 1: OF KEY WEST.

I Dairy Products t THE KEY l'
COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl I Phone 67 Free Delivery WEST CITIZEN or Ji

Carat Elevator 814 Fleming Street I j Residence 1309 Whitehead StreetS Make your paper pay you dividends.

Popular Prices 1 ,:, "


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