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: November 2, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00341
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Aaodatad Pie.a, Ail" WaftS .' Key West, Florida, baa the

nrle '' 'i >' tItW.,\ ; ttlt Citizen! : most equable weather in the
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For 65 Yean Devoted to It)* : country; with an average

Beat Interest of. Key' Weft.- ;. :; range of only 14* Fahrenheit
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Wikox',FirnJy Believes Delegation,DUE RUTH HERE BRYAN SUNDAY OWEN HOSPITALITY TO MEET MONDAY UNIT J Bridge Loan Application Sent


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Divisions J JIMMY WALKER MASTER SHOWMAN Project Has Received Approval -
former of the
Ruth Bryan Owen con- important meeting KEY WEST FERA CARPENTERS SOLVED

Giving Matter All Attention TOP' gressman from the Fourth Florida Key West Hospitality League is Of All Subordinate -
District United States Minis announced for Monday night:: 8 S. e .

Possible In Manipulations CIRCUS ter to Denmark will arrive by o'clock nual election in Hospitality of officers House.will)An-be Discover Confederate f Flag Used During Civil War I Units Investigating -
NOW\ plane tomorrow from Miami and I

will remain until Wednesday. held.When the first session of the THAT 1 Proposition
On Friday, October 25, it was league was held after the cessation I

SIR CUBA COMES Government No Longer In- announced in The Citizen that of activities during the sum- ..eeeeo..o.e.e..e.............................
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B7 PAUL MAY Mrs. Owen would come to Key mer months!, a nominating com- By PAUL MAYespecial
(Special \\...l..|.. Correspondent terested In What He Did West but before coming she mittee was named with Rev. Jas. By ALLEN C. MORRIS Concluding, she brought out the \B.bi.Bt.. (..rrr.p..drMtf
.r The CltlienlWASHINGTON .IN FRO 1 HAVANA I' would go to Tallahassee where S. Day, secretary of the league, I (Associated Pre. Staff Writer) flag its fine, soft silk aging with Tfcr (" 41ar.>

Nov. 2., With Private Income she would receive the honorarydejO'ee appointed chairman. The committee KEY WEST, Fla., Nov. 2.I the years placed it in the care ot WASHINGTON, Nov. 2.
-All three investigating of literature. will submit 43 report Mon FERA carpenters here have
I of
the younger woman and, her Bearing the approval
solved that baffled and
This honor conferred on day. a mystery
divisions of the Public; .'Steamship- .. Cuba arrived from During Mayorship v- Thursday morning was October 31, Several other matters whichare I enraged, federal soldiers garritoOn-1 trust fulfilled! returned to bed. A all subordinate divisions of

Works Administration! Havana,;:. yesterday afternoon with by Dr,Edward Conradi presidentof considered ..extremely im- ed in Key West during few hours later she suffered a the PWA, the overseas
Florida State College. This was portant will be taken up at Mon- Between the States. i stroke from which she: never re-
legal, financial and engineering -; three first and one second class By GEORGE TUCKER''i, the, first degree of its kind conferred day night's meeting. Following the They discovered the hiding' ganied consciousness.The bridge loan application will

-are focusing their: 'passengers for Key West; six NEW()Bv YORK.A. .el.led Nov.Pre.2.-)Jimmy the.college.; ,inthe.30, :years' history of business be served.session refreshments will place Caroline of the Lowe Confederate high-spirited flag I master and builder of this go forward today to Hyde

attentions on the application -': first and one second class passengers Walker erttwhil ringmaster, >of ......... Southern woman shook out be- mahogany and cedar dwelling Park for approval by Presi-
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New York'. political circus, returns --- -- -- -- :;- *
fore the often
1 public gaze as as then as now surrounded by shading
of the Overseas Road
The vessel dent Roosevelt.
for Tampa.
from hu three-year periodof she could from the widow walk of Jamaica
and Toll Bridge District for: voluntary exile to find a dif l Cuban her home. dogwood, Spanish
Details which it
sailed&:30 o'clock: for Tampa. ferent New' York. Organizations lime and heavily laden coconut: was expected
Repeatedly the soldiers
a loan to finance construction ; -Steamship Granada of the .Jimm,.'. personal version ot defied charged up the four flightsof palms, and within sound of the would take days to

of bridges over the, Standard Fruit and Steamship "Return of the Native" is being To stairs to the walk-one of the sea, was as extraordinary an in- work out were completed by
played under the "big top" that Respond Readily I I railed housetop platforms from dividual as his wife.
water-gaps to Key West; eomapny" arrived last night fromPhiladelphia once was his but it is now so which Key West wives scanned When the lovely Caroline boarded I virtue of concentrated over-

and this time the divisions' changed that he scarcely can rec'o..i.e surrounding waters for ships ship after a grief Key West time work on the part of the
j berthed at Porter it. Appeal For Railroad bearing seafaring husbands-but visit to return to her native Ba-]
not seeking primarily to ]
DpcklCr? supplies and oil. and In the star's dressing room I they never succeeded in findingthe hamas and marry the man of her PWA investigating divisions,

judge the application for: sailed- 3:15 o'clock for Frontera, where Jimmy's own spankles -- I forbiden standard. ]I choice, William Alexander Lowe: and the application is com.plete -
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hung, is Fiorello LaGuardia whom It NOT until the FERA forcibly removed her and her be-
] I Carl the boat which touches Key West J
flaws but work- Wm. H. Malone i
possible are Mexico. Mayor !, in respect, it was
Jimmy defeated in 1929 by 497r ''from I took over the tradition-packed I longings ashore. every
ing under instructions to i Freighter Brazos, of the Clyde- 165 votes. AI Smith always his Bervald?, chairman of the board, Tampa. Lowe home for the Key West], Winning: heart and hand this reported.
j Maliory: ; .Lines, arrived 10:30 idol is no longer actively: in pol- of county commissioners! and Enrique ..I r| The greatest injury to Key federal art collection that the brusque shipmaster built the Du-
prepare and present a sound I I I West, is the severing of con nee- Presidential approval of
itics. John F. Curry Tammany of Mrs. Lowe's flag val street house for his
o'clock' last night from Galveston Esquiaaldo, Sr., president secret of was bride
i tions between West and Havana. I
and workable plan for the, And sailed 11:30 o'clock with I Boss has been stripped of power. San Carlo Institute, forming the .! Key solved with the finding by car- : filling it with art treasures the application was forecastby
Grover Whalen, Jimmy's pal and : I penters 0: a cleverly hollowed brought from the world over to
bridges, it was learned to- sponges, canned turtle and miscellaneous committee representing Key West,!! "For nearly 100 Havana !I II Representative Mark W-,1-
is years
favorite "Front Man pursuing:: ': : rail in the widow walk. Key West by his fleet of mer-
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day. I' cargo for Miami and private enterprises. And Hector I which went to Havana to inter has been our nearest and we have I The war over, the spunkiness I!1 chantmen. cox before he left Washington -
j New" York. Fuller scroll writer, is dead, a :view President Carlos Mendieta: of always regarded the interest of' of Mrs. Lowe was gradually for Now the old house again i If
MAY BE SEVERAL DAYS I 'fower r Boat Montgomery, which suicide.He I Cuba and organization, were Havana and the interest of Key gotten. A few years ago. however I filled with things of beauty outstanding last night for his home,

Financial decision on the aitilei'foe"' Tampa Thursday returns now that the graciously received and the responses West to be as one.Ve are but'I her dacghter, Mrs. Venetia ,, works of Public Work of on the ground that the President
ernment is no longer gOV-1, given to the plea for assistance 90 miles apart geographically,' Lowe Otto forewarned by tome I II Art project artists painted drawn
loan, which was expected today noon returned to port arter-I with -and thousandsof awoke I would not have de.
what (as mayor) he did aid support regardingthe yet now practically unexplained premonition. I sketched; or etched about this
may not come 'for-sev- with a' broken propeller private income, to take up the rehabilitation of the Florida miles apart as it takes four her grandniece before dawn one I southernmost 'city. of the United rrtftnded"' : formulation _f a
- which will-be repaired private practice t flaw which politics :Eat Coast Railway' were beyond,;, days for:us".t& visit-eaeh ether. I day and told"her the story. j[States. "
ef'1WfrttS orVweek
'leirger; silia'starts& for her destination. interrupted 25 years ago, ia .their expectations. Mayor M.lo..1 G I-I"All freight 'connection hat. ---.- plan for and report on the

according to RepresentativeMark ,t: cPLANE 1910, when the 29-year-old son ofa told The Citizen today. I I been severed. Heretofore the bridges if he did not intendto

Wilcox. But, said Mr. CARRIES Tammany district leader was i They were present at the palace' commerce of the Republic of I THREE HUNDRED-AND FIFTY PERSONS approve the loan.
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elected to the assembly. year 11 o'clock Wednesday morningand Cuba and the United States, .
Wilcox today: : laterfhe was married to Janet Allen in company with Dr. Juai" : passed through; the port of Key Judge W, H. Burwell and

"I believe We'll get the : : CAPACITY LOAD I and at the ceremony was thefirst I Ramon O'Farrillfriend of Key i West affording quick and effi-I TO \WORK ON NEW\ PROJECTS OF WPAThe \ Judge H. H. Taylor, of Miami
evidence of Jimmy's chronic
West were presented to the cient service.

money. It, is ;j just>a question A f- tardiness which was to help make I president where; after a brief!( "With this commerce: going I .' '--' ; ,;left. Washington today
of having everything' : him famous as "The Late Mayot talk by Mr. O'FarriH. Mr.Milone, ;| through Port Everglades; it can names of -1350 persons' inITl' end absorb, the entire Key West their work has been
i f Another full passenger list .left Walker." Jimmy arrived for the gave .>> outline of* the mission i as not; have any other 'result than I ; this quota and Persons not answeringthe feelihg

worked out so there Won't ortT' the l ,:,afternoon,' plane yesterday wedding an hour late. j I follows: !1 injury. t4 the traffic, especiallyto Key West iveie'bein, ,posted caDi: will,. of necessity, be don
be any more slips. I am atl o'clock: for Miami. The Walker Wit "This delegation codysts. ofRepresentatives perishable commodities as the afternovn aVUke} WPA garage for placed at the bottom of the lists remaining here, and may
Lawrence Three years after this the young of.-the' City of the ferry from for reassignment.!
:\passengers were: sea voyage on
confident that when every Irishman from Greenwich Villagewas .' evil on sea| project which will Project which are to start stay until the President's de.
Craig, Ernest F. Sherry, Kirby Key West, the County Commissioners Port Everglades to Havana, can- I
I I t elected to the senate, and of Monroe County, Florida f not be made in less than 24 Monday morning include the sewer -
detail has been gone over, S.'Starter. Frank Romaguera, hours get under way Monday morning.Officials cision has been received and
then one day, he turned to a news- and the San Carlos Institute,I ,,whereas it takes but 7 hours from swimming pool at Roosevelt
we'll get the answer we ;:'Pll Snyder, Julia Snyder Gerry paperman and flipped: an organization composed of Cuban Key West. caution men and women Boulevard, furniture factory, improvements -announced.'

want., But until the final Curtis, J.: Rice Scott, Ralph Sander -:r "If you.regot cracked lips don'l residents of the City of Key I "The discontinuance of the railroad on the lists to pee; if their names to PIsgler avenue. The formal announcementof ;
; William Grogan, Ira Grogan! listen. They tell me I'm gonig to West. j have been posted because the 350 sewing room and reconditioningof

order is signed, I can't say Mary Percival!, Dorothy Schover, I be the next mayor." Three years I I "Our mission is to humbly petition | tailed and a loss ferry of operation approximate has en! calls being made over the week- the Key West! High School approval of the bridge

the project definitely has John ,E. Price Robert Thompson, :I later he was.Startlingly. 1 your Excellency and the peo-I. three-fourths of a million dollar :--- ,--- -- loan is, however, expected to
Genevieve Knight, S. W. New Ian, boyish in appearance I
i of to assist in this
Cuba us
It has
payroll. caused the
been approved. I can say Roger Alton, Sidney Hoover and'I his quick wit and sympathetic removal be made by Mr. Wilcox
hour of distress. Officially, if and is still causing other COUNCILBRIEFSESSION'HOLDS I' \VPAVORKrwtEN\ TOCONDUCT'MEETING
Anna Hoover. ._ appeal quickly earned him j
that beyond doubt the j possible, and unofficially as well.|removals of families from Key II' I from him home.
: the plaudits of people everywhereHe ";Oi-a September 2nd, a violent i West to other point' In addition '
overseas bridge applica- LIGHT BLOOD COST was politically what betting: \ ] j Harry Hopkins has tentatively -
I tropical': (t Jiiyricane passed over theFloriaabgya there are many who were indirectly ,
tion is now getting more men call a "natural a smart (} about midway between I connected with the transport: I I approved- a project
showman whose manner 'u II
the ,city ,of Miami and the tion enterprise; who' will also have TWILL
attention than any other BY JAPAN and innate cheerfulness helped city of Key West. The destruction to leave. .BUT F.E' MATTERS ASIDE I II' I BE HELD TOMORROW| for, use of WPA funds to reconstruct
I him to become a vote-getting sen I
project application in sation. was enormous and incalculable "We have offices engaged i i. FROM ROUTINE BUSINESS AFTERNOON AT ttSYVIEW the washed-out
Washington." (Rr A..M-Ulf* ere I An example of Jimmy's char; ;' mote' than four hundred I the business of customs( brokers, I' I rn'eds on the keys and the
I TOKYO, Oct. 31.Japanese acteristic self is the occasion ot lives were: 'iost, besides the ter-t and export agencies ,,which, will < HANDLED LAST NIGHT PARE 1
Army engineers have approved rible destruction of We I approaches to the ferry
t army figures reveal a comparatively -I his address to a group of British property. f have to be closed, and the opera t
the feasibility of. small cost in human life as advertising men. "The Prince of have philosophically accepted thisas 1 I tives go to other points. I rescul- "I"II' slips, it was learned at 1Wlcox' -
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Divine Visitation There, witt le *
which *
the price paid for Manchoukuo.At Wales may be your Prince," cried a can J "The Custom Service will be re At a meeting af th" a
planning bridges which will not be remedied. night T.wtxfcera... k...44. t.. aftrn .I office.: Under the tentative
the end of four years of Jimmy "but he's our paL" This IdueedI I perhaps 75 percent( Th City Council held last a' n rtiiw
be technically sound, :Mr. campaigning the losses since the I remark it is alleged, caused Al- "The loss which affected Key,, Immigration Service has already I'letter was read from T. F. Bennett .on, bvgwnifig t a1 .*>K ck, at I approval for this pro-
first the West, particularly, and which has been reduced 80 There tax agent of the Florida
Wilcox admitted. It is now fighting at M.ukden nightof bert H. Wiggins then head of percent. another Bayview Park aec.r* < to announcement ject, Hopkins' organization<
September 18, 1931, total 2,758 the Board of the Chase National brought; about our distress, was direct and indirect results East Coast! Hotel Company, pr- made
just a question of being sure killed in action 397 dead of I Bank, to observe: "As mayor the damage to the Florida East which one can hardly calculate. taming to a reduction asked in today<< by members would,put up $300,000 of an
wounds and 7,879 wounded. Jimmy is worth $1.000,000 a year Coast Railroad, and to the Highway -j" "This great calamity came to tax assessment on the Casa' Marina of the committee.The estimated
that such plans are preferred More than 70 per cent of these to New York City." between Miami and KeyS Key West when we were begin- Hotel. The elerk was instructed meeting will te held, it'is $400,000 total cost

he agreed. casualties were suffered in the I I A Storm Broke :est. leaving Key West isolated! ning to recover from the universal : to communicate with Mr.i stated for the purpose of discuss- for the work. Relief labor

The overseas bridge campaigns of 1931, 1932 and I At the height of his power. "The receivers of the Florida i depression. Bennett and inform him that this, ing additional aid for the opera would be used.THIEVES .
pro- 1933, when Mukden Hsinking I 1 James J. Walker was probably the East Coast Railroad have stated I "We also believe the results matter will be taken up when the tives, whom it is claimed are in f
ject was "definitely dead"on Tsitsihar, Chinchow, Harbin and I most popular public official in(that the damage to the railroad;1 will be injurious to the commerce current tax roll is presented to;; dire need.

Tuesday, :Mr. Wilcox dis finally Jehol fell successively before -:! America. Royalty sought him as 1 was so great that they are uncertain !J of Cuba.. for the reason the counciL between!! All interested are requested to I STEAL BRIDGE
Japanese columns. a companion; five major powers as to whether it can be repaired -j that Cuba will not have the sam A tentative contract ;, be present. ,
closed. Then, with Judge However losses in the never- conferred citations upon him. or not. About 40 miles j speedy transportation for its products the Key West Electric Company!I ... I-"I''"'4O8TOW N. Ho,--Mart Obtrfey -
\V. II. Burwell, the congressman ending campaign against Manchurian Abroad as at home, his official of railroad was damaged. The| to the United States. a. and the City of Key West in re- ADVISORY ;irlasie: tidtltbiS atate highway l"I-
of the street lighting : r
newal : *
bandits have continued. and social enterprises!! were attended permanent foundation of the formerly; especially its perishabler : ys-j i Oi9C(' r"JPpo,1.ed. toat" a brt.lirThieve -.
read and acted favorably -{
went to the White tern was upon
bridges crossing the greater
steadily at the rate of about 40 by the glamor and excitement j
I. The contract will 1W_ who dismantled the "I truiitcfe :-
bej ADVISORY 10:30 It: .
of water not ,
were injured. They '
House, and though he did 'dead a month. ([ of a really important first "Cuban pineapples avocados and *
Officially the Japanese deny. night. The most casual announcement estimate that it will cost about' other perishbales come to Key put into effect as soon as the the Northeast storm warning&4 t6tU? were caught. .
not actually see the Presi- that by this expenditure of blood that Jimmy would appeal two million dollars to repair it,J I West in great quantities each seat 'street improvement committee'; tinued north of Newbern ** V5rJ' j!17,1 n L
t meets for final action in the matter northwesivt"sl8rWwarnings
dent, he did secure an or- they have added the Empire of l here or there was sufficient to. although other conservative estimates t Json; re-iced in Key West, and ginia Capes; Newbenl'to1' UL
Kanchoukuo to the Japanese bring out like butterflies emerging place it at a million. (shipped to other points in the I ; I'' south of I aABANA-MADRID CLUB
coming '
der from the President for realm. Manchoukuo. they insist t I( from their cocoons a grand I "Due to the damage, freight and f I United States. This can not very I The only other matters a'! Southport N. Car.,. and noVtfrweit''

favorable consideration of" has. merely been freed from the parade of "big names" passenger service by railroad has[ well be done in Port Everglades; before the meeting were the of readI I storm warningsordered south of PRE-WINTER
1 Chinese yoke and given in-'. The legislative storm that fin- been discontinued between Miami: for the reason that the fruit will routine nature as Southport to Charleston. Disturbance '
he bridge application, and dependence. tally forced Walker to abdicate and Key West; which in tprn. has ripen, and be unfit for refrigeration -r ing of officers' reports and cur-;, central about 150 miles DANCETONIGHT

reparation and presenta-I f got under way in 1931. A committee caused the Florida East Coast L t! upon arrival in Port Everglades rent bills which were approved. south of Cape Hatteras attendedby
BIBLE SELLER ARRESTED made a thorough investigation ferries to discontinue: from Key shifting gales and winds hurricane -
[\ion by the PWA of the best I 51 of all contracts issued by West and have installed the service -I "The commerce in perishables is I II force over small area near

possible plan for the bridges. WARSAW, Ind.--Convicted bya the Walker administration. The from Port Everglades, a point, greater between the United States I center. Will cause fresh to strong Pritchard's OrchestraCome

jury in this city of forging and blow-up however, left Walker's approximately 180 miles from I and Cuba than in any other eom1 $ .$ northerly winds on coast and and enjoy yourself at tV
IRON OUT DETAILS passing a check for $5.75, Ralph name unmentioned until months Key'West and the P. &: O. Steam.i 1 modity consisting of fruits and ta9t' dangerous conditions off coast in most popular Night Club in the

Two long conferences be- Draper who made his living selling later. Ht was charged the mayor ship service which for many years I dairy products. and 6e suet vicinity of disturbance. eity. '
Bibles has been sentenced ton I had earned a huge profit from an past has been operating between j "We believe that your Excellency -I WHISKIES AND GINS Caution advised vessels off 10 Till ? Script $1.OO
tween the delegation here i 2 to 14 years in the reforma- oil venture in which he had invested -I' Key West and Havana, has also: may be able to somewhat t coast of Carolinas next 24 hours.

(Continued on Page Four) tory. nothing. been discontinued, except from j (Continued on Page Pour) Further.. advices this afternoon..

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FALSE CONFESSIONSWhile 1 1 I -1 I ",," a=-__ .. ...... .....::
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- Daily Kxci;t tblMar' tU} there is no doubt that a largepercentage I PUBLIC ENEMIES [l TODAY'S WEATHER ] Today'sAnniversaries ,
TIIH riTIT t PI HLItlll- 0''ty |'' ,\ I DAYS GONE BY i I
of I
I. I'. AHTM,\, Net \ murderers and other criminals -

JOB AI.I.'.,. AMUtaat n.*!. MI ........ \ escape the punishment they deserve, Happening Hera Jail 10 Y..r.I II I II Temper..re.. 1 i distance off the North Carolina ........................
Aw Today At Taken Fr. !
Prom Tee"'" >sru4 I| Highe' .... ....,.. .. ... ._.. 8t' the number of innocent persons; who are i 1 I I lie Filet Of Th. Cititen i DNKc | yesterday morning: has i 1734-Daniel Boon, pioneer fOf I
c.rner: Gr**
1i fw. Mean ...... ... ... 78Normal
Only Dally Iiowq.prr t'f".. K.VI\: .*.* 3i.eii* is perhaps greater than generally supIUIMH i KeyS'est realtors attending I : D i1Vr t i"il; :--::...:".:.:..::'::...::77 j I considerably in intensity'daring i I I a name deeds,is born synijonjrtwoii near Reaiiin 1\111., '?.
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-==== :the meeting of the Florida As: during the last 12 hours being'
.. !. I: aainf.I ."* j Pa. Died Mo., 26, lJi" .
:ntrd at. Ky__ Wrsl. .1erI., as ...4 slaw t alt_ r ) sociation of Real' Estate Boards in I I|centered this morning about lie!{ m Sept. Ir.I >
This is true who I { Vesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.
even among some Lakeland, being o YfaH 1
t.aM report
HFTMTH.Wr progress ;
_. .... miles east of south of Cape Hat-I!
Normal] .121ns. 1755
I'recipitation -Marie Antoinette. 1'1.
I._ .1 -.W- -.,.._...... .--- confess to the crime with which they are made along all lines and en-. .Y.... ....-... ...sees :1._.... _......,teras, attended :I fated' Fmtrh bora. Lx-
1\e ASIIOCia ted Pr,... /s ..d...,., _UU... t. ... charged particularly in cases where confessions I thusiam being evident in groups i I| ..1.rK ...!. __".S. I land I by shifting gates 1!, queen ::
fur .,.. .'..... t.... of al. "... .,....N-tt.. C-re.tn... to from every section of the etate. I Tomorrow'' Atmaaae by winds of hurricane force! cited Oct. 16. 179*.
.. '. '''.1 ..t\er+.too .-nU...... ,. 1\la paps and also are extorted through "third de- t i,I 1 I'I
!he j...al n.1q. ............ \.M i One of the outstanding statements +ai I Sun rises ..m'.. .. 6:36 a. m. ever a small area near the center.Ii
---- --- gree" methods. Several cases have been I made at the convention was that j Sun sets .-....._... 5:45 p. m. :I Another disturbance of conaMer-I 179S-James K. Polk Tenmj

)\ miCRIAl cited by Robert Cantwell, of the Chicago I of Paul 0. Meredith, association I Moon rises 12:50 p. m. able intensity is central this morning -j:1'ee, lawyer.llth President congressman born, governor -

1lI1)1i.l OCI.\TION the following: I secretary who on being asked M i i Moon sets _. ....... .... | our the Plateau ,I in
bar including when Bubbles i region Meckitsiurg' c... N. C. Died at
... i 9 .5 the Florida would
I In the Boorne case' in 'Vermont, two iI i burst replied: "When the sun derides Tx > First Quarter 3rd 6:12 p. m. i! Modena, Utah, and Tonopah Nevada : N.@ln e, 1'..... JU1Ie 15. 184!'
s1a R11'TIUIt.tTF.; !tune i Tomorrow Tide. 29.56 inches; while a strong:
Year no" ...._ .___11900 brothers confessed to a murder, but the not to shine any more, when I{ zJI high pressure area overspreadsI j 819--Tho-;:::
A.M. P.M. I
Fix 1\1"i thot .. ..- 6@0 II the gulf stream ceases to flow; I A. Jenckr-: .
Thr_ Month _..-_..__. a.t@me I man supposed to have been murdered High; .........-..... 1:42 3:45 I most of the sections of the coun- Rhode Island
; lawyer an.1I )
when jurist
the railroads their
Weekly M..tth .: .::_.._..:...._ :: ':..::..-. -:::.--.:-- :.8.2oADVERTISia I showed up later, alive and well. In Illinois j schedules and when' they stop making i. Low .. ............ 9:17 8:32 I I try City,',Williston.S. D., 30.68 N. D.inches., and Rapid Rains I I c ngrecM aa. born ..t"umh..., .

three Trailer brothers confessed Fords then Florida will slow e Barometer 8 a. m. today: land R. I. Dirt Nov. 4. 1875.
RATES have occurred during the )last 24 1
t _
Sea I
Vade known on application. up. level 29,99.WEATfIEk .
named Fisher: and witnesses hours the Atlantic
- murdering a man ; along coast:, 1848-Leslie M. Shaw. low.i
S"CI.UOTICF.: testified to having seen the dead t i from :North Carolina northward,i I lawyer, g*vefe.r. secretary of the
All reading notices eards of thanks resolutions! of Tomorrow night in the Strand I FORECAST i i' in the lower Lake Ohio t
n '. ulntuary' notices etc.. will be charged for at Fisher turned alive. In the region. 'trensery ender the first Roo-i
yet up Theater interested citizen will] :
and middle
Mississippi Valleys,
!' ft 10 rents a line I r : I velt, born at Momatown, Vt. Died!
Ihejf. '" s for eBtertainsaeats by churches from which same state a man named Turner was sen- meet to discuss matters pertaining I: I (Till I S; p.m., Sunday) and portions of Texas. Un!eason-> March %8, 1932.1865Warren.
to ,lx derived 5 rent a line. l .
a r. 'is are to the vital and momentous West Generally !
many Key and Vicinity: old weather in the
Th. ','izn h. an open forum and Invites discuss ,tenced to death, but secured new trial |I i ably_ prevails
..t! ;"il.Io* isnrs' and subjects' of local or general and all absorbing matters whichare I fair tonight and Sunday; far west and eastward over' the ,..
G. Hanlin Obi
I the second trial could be held 1 i 'I j 1.
In' ,'r '.: lout it will not publish anonymous communlaem. and before now holding the attention of i i northern Plains States with temj -I i newspaper publisher. senator'

I the alleged victim returned. I the people of Key West. the prin-! I' ''btfno t1I j I peratures below zero in NorthI :29th President horn in Morrow

These are only three out of a large cipal object of the meeting is to f@ I Dakota; while readings are above I Co., Ohio. Died in San Francistoi I.
discuss the activities of the t'bam-J normal in most other districts.
cited Mr. Cant- -I Aug.: 2. 1923.
number of similar cases by I I
1 her of commerce and devisa plans! ; G S. KKNNFIY.Officer :) .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN well, who declares that he has authentic for enlarging the membership: f: !t in Charge.

records of no l less than 129 persons who II rolls of that progressive organiza-i I I Ii IiI 1 i BENJAMIN LOPEZ
tion. A number of good speakers] 1I \ i j DOC CAUSES ACCIDENT::: FUNERAL HOME
1. Water and Fewer cre. confessed and were executed for ""r."f t
murders'l will be on hand and it is expected!! i Serving Key West
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- although their supposed ; a crowded theater' will hear them.I 1 kfi f MASON OITY. la.-Miss laM Half eeat.ry

land. found to be alive afterward.This i 1,I ls' :.... : Christian of this city over- 24 Hour Ambulance Serric
is not intended as a plea for I Awarding a contract for constructing i Fair : turned her car trying: to dodge adog. Licensed Embalmer
Free Port. f| The dog sat down to scratcha
I Ptoae 135 896.\\
j I a boulevard around KeyWest I Plight
i laxity in bringing the guilty to justice, but |I i The Motorist who takes a not much change in temperature; flea after running half a block.
4. Hotels and Aar':ments.' I" '' will be the principal matter!I
'I it serves to show the great responsibility discussed at the regular meeting': drink takes chances not only with moderate northerly winds. ,f------ --- ----. ---
5. Bathing Pavilion.: his own life but with the lives of I Florida: Generally fair tonightand
which rests upon juries and judges, as well II of the county commissioners to beheld I I in 1
Sunday not much change
others. ;
6. Airports-Land and Sea. tonight. The contracts for
the unreliability of circumstantial -
as to emphasize
I 7. Consolidation cf County and City construction of roads on the Keys I One drink cannot make a man
evidence, even when accompaniedby drunk but it affect his.1 Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
t I were given several days ago at a may so DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY:
Governments.It .
Moderate north and northwest
a confession of guilt, in some cases. It I special meeting of the board several -I driving as to make him twice as 1 1
II winds! fresh off the coast and
days At the same time I "accident prone. I
illustrates the frightful
particularly generally fair weather tonight and; WHERE IT CAN HELP
injUS-1 the matter of the boulevard was The One Drink driver impairs I
seems that no one has thought of a tice of lynching under any discussed but held in abeyance:. his ability to react in times of Sunday.
1 I East Gulf: Moderate winds,
relief bill for taxpayers.One until the matter of roads was emergency or sudden danger. i
.................................... finally disposed of. The Good driver never takes I ncostlv northerly and fair weather' YOUR TOWNAll .
tonight and Sunday.
"THE WORLD FOR GOD" I chances-
of the arts of life is to grow old I
-- Editorial comment: Selfishness \yr.ATIEtt! : CONDITIONSThe
gracefully; be your age. has guaranteed the visiting team'
the .
is main spring of ac II
"In that same hour He cured many. up to $325.Tom Modern\ Banking Facilities
tivity. It will always be so. Youcan't i disturbance that was some

The trouble with reformers is that -Luke, 7-21. I, change human nature. I I I Commercial and Savings Accounts .

.................................... I Ketchings and J. Otto
two of them so rarely ag' ce. 1 I Kirchheiner will on next Thursday KEY WESTCOLONIAL
American family spends Eight of the 10 men' employed' r I
average i! evening become members of
in the navy yard left on the U. S.1! HOTELIn
Marks of the higher life-purity, one hundred and forty dollars a year for I S. Bayspnng this morning for.. B. P. O. Elks 551. The First National Bank of Key West I

;-.erenity wisdom and humility.An illness, according to a recent insurance in- :Miami: Beach where they will be-!I -- the Center of the Business II
vestigation of the subject. gin the work of dismantling the Of interest to a large circle of and Theater District I
government radio station towers' :their friends in Key West is the

optimist is one who believes radio That's a pretty fair sized bill for sick- and take them' to Jupiter to (be announcement' b7Irs.: Dora First CUii-Fireproof- Member of the Federal Reserve r

programs will be better soma 'day. ness, isn't it? A fellow has to work a long erected there. The operations are I, Baker of 1000 Division street, of SeuibU Rat..

time to save one hundred and forty dollars in charge of Frank C. Brown'the"I! engagement of her grand- --se's' ';r1 .
in ad- civil engineer' at the local; station., daughter. Miss Vivian Baker to COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance
and it has to be saved and spent),
The best way to waste a life is to wait ( Howard Pinder of :Miami.
dition to the regular running expenses of a I Car... EUvator. I CorporationHOUSEHOLD
for somebody else to do your work. The city council will meet' to-
family.In. night. This will be the last regular I Mrs. J. G. Piodela grand regent '- Popular Prl<*. I :

amounts to fourteen session! of this council as the election -:I of the Catholic daughters: of
!Never try to tell a p rent what's the ten years it of city officials will be held I;I America is making arrangements -_ _. ., -- -. -. -'--'- -- ---
matter with junior-it's a waste of time hundred dollars. Many\ a man has had a before the next meeting' and new to give a bazaar Wednesday evening -

and the !<>ss of a friend. start on less than this. A little restaurant, officials will be installed. The in the hall of Boy Scout Troop

---- or a peanut stand, or what have you? present' council will wind up its 2 on Duval street. .
health is the affairs tonight to be in readinessto '
When travelers arrive in Honolulu, Physicians agree that turn over' to their individual:,. Mr. and Mrs.\ Manuel\ Herrera' \

natives put the lei on them. Be sure to get normal condition of the.body. Unless thereis successors. announce the engagement of their{

the pronunciation correct. inherited or transmitted disease, there I daughter Miss Myrtis Taylor] tol I
The Marine football Joseph!' Bcrmudez of Tampa
careful. aggregation "
need be no disease, if a person
has to meet the I -
signed up --- -- GOODSOF
Host folks who are strong for criticism Accidents happen, of course. University of Havana in Havana- The Temple' of the Sacred

usually holler loudest when they happento As we read all this there i is another :I on November 14 and 16 and will Tooth at Kandy Ceylon. isaid

thought that impresses itself on our mind leave November 13 for the Cuban to contain a tooth which belono.'f'd: 1
be OP the receiving end. capital. The Havana aggregation to the Buddha.
the cost of SIN.
don't hear
Qjueer word "Sin. You
We read of a man who celebrated his

100th anniversary by paying all his debts. much about it any more but most of the ,

We hope to follow 1m example.The older generation were raked within the 1- I

:sound; of it.Sin For a Limited I !!
of anda Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Virft
Citizen cannot prognosticate who costs, not only a lot money I ,

will be the winners in the coming city lot of time and a lot of worry and sorrow II I Our Store And Look Over The Assortment Of: QUAI TY

Tbut it also costs eternal happiness. Time I
election but we know positively one can- Only I HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There.
Sin is rot the natural condition of I
didate who will not he elected. .. i
Man. He picked it up from his ancestors I I

The old-faahioned! ) lady who corrected -inherited it-but there has been a lot of 1 One

h< r ; -.MIT i. husband with a rolling pin hasa activity by the Ways and Means Committee -

randdaufjbter who gets more per- since the Original Sin fastened itselfon i I Universal HotPoint : MOPS AND BROOMS:\' GARBAGE CANS

: or
nia'lent results with an automatic. Humarity. I

The Sin disease has developed
flu-iness: hint: This ia rood time to nryghtily and there are more ways of committing Electric :

*ar1.IUT. enterprise on the ground floor it today than there are ways of do- HOUSEHOLD IRON

and ndo the crest of the advancing wave ing almost anything else that Man ia heir An household structed exceptionally Iron for wen general con I Iron CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

t purposes. Finely
of Note to : Don't dis- to.
( p'-urily.! ( wave tapered point and beveled.edges.
anti -n'i in.) There is only one Remedy and that Nickel Plated. With a Ode year guarantee I
I : !
Remedy: always: works. The Remedy does =and< i ii IRONING BOARDS
I Ii
Zvi. know hundreds of people who ot co.t a cent-not a bit of time, not even I

don .t nee\ with what we think but \ the smallest bit of worry or sorrrow. i Pin-It-Up "
i .
don t "ft t mad about it; on the other hand Jesus Christ is the universal Remedy. I I CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREALL

we b IIUW :some people who are angry every In Gods World there u no room for + i"
unic tho t editor prints something that fin, but we do not learn that until we make Handy\ d Lamp / '} __ .i H

do.II't fit in with their oninio'' *. our world God's world. Let us make our I KINDS OF DISHES AND GLASSWAREDinner
own private world, a World For God.

Nobody in this world. and we know -- 1 $$055 I Sets, $1.00 and Up

ire htrg! of the net: i
\o matter who we are or what po'itioi i- times equals a fortune.It's for OTerras -'>! .... ) ,4.:_ ; '

\\ P hold there is alway__ someone over I

UTht': banker is dependent on his'! de- unfortunate that so many do not

(po iturs, the newspaper publisher on his'! find out they are crazy until they hare I !I 55c down

riders and advertisers and don't think killed someone. 75c month for '

'1g' re ident is absolute boss' either-the I i a
: 4 months South Florida;; Contracting & Engineering Co.
rrui+'hm" looks after nim ; besides he is married We seem to forget that the good of .I.II

The tramp ccmeif nearest being 'his every creed and religion is the same, that I I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

own !ho' "Your home is of the best"
weather eye open wadclimij out fcr th e .::::?rence being largely in method and in r worthy

constable.uti I language. :



F" ; M tAR tD


]! i m. Topic: "The Danger of Swp-'

I The final meeting of the Salvation .

J! $ i GAME WON BY FIRE : present Army at least.ia Key will West be held for the atj i.,AT LEY MEMORIAL: I

I 7:30: p. m. Captain Walker will '. ,

,t'"O"Jf: Aunt FarntvnrtKf to do her hair. Is the! s of a nctc. TEAM LAST NIGHT! FIRST METHODIST CHURCH [ CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH take for his subject: "Amen." I

: :* (. Arlnrin I.Itn fcci. tk sity!" I I The services Sunday eveningNovember | Rev. J. B. Cdpt ppt r. Jr.. of I
!a us 527 William
F snrwrfft .n a Ion riolril A smile twisted the comers ofAe' ,, I Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Street I I 3, at fRy Memorial) the First Method (Stone)
rrt if* .f. trlalttHOf trlta a.- mouth -and a twinkle LP. I|i John B. Culpeper. Jr., Pastor E. Richard Evans, I'astor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Methodist Church will he held in i
n htm Ikrrt, *aa I annoOMees a special) HI'DOlI
1 ,, .. ,, ait, aIr.ftkaaa peared in tbe ucpths of her browa i II I i I Church Sunday school opens at I school 9:45 a. 327 Elisabeth honor of those running for office :

....'N t.11,;.,, k. pad,a*P.rfla.4 ia vif ar.*4 eyesDoD"t you want toTS 1 i AT BAYVIEW PARK BY|I I I 10:00 a. m., under leadership of I The Morning Sacrament worship at 11 o'dOCk.1 Sunday school 9 Street: a. m. I I in the coming city elect.on. use as for his Sunday subject evening.: "Forgiving.He will"

J. *... to r4.p to far* "Noc.*** The of the
t reply
*OM was emphatic Gerald Saunders general states Rev. M. L Smith :
I .1|KT frmrts "",. with only tll.t SCORE OF 11 TO 8; CASTRO i ij !j i yer will be administered. Sunday morning service at 11 "One 06 the hardest prayers we
And Miss Anne. I wish flaw to Each ient super-I invited
intendent. depart, I All the candidates are :
'"iht nl htr Cawtf. Rob Crocker I j o'clock. I offer
called to i i.* 'Lord
t, .._fa.n know. Are these people to May her in its own assembly room. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. !to he special guests of the church "
j WIMNING PITCHER ; I II Wednesday evening service at foagtve me as I fo-eire'" said
mochberr I" "Preaching SI1D.I .y morning at Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. I! and a section of the seats will be j
"Why T"Tbe smile was risible no- I I "What Think Sermon feat: "Quench Not the 8 o'clock. I Rev. Calaayter, and a.k. "Will
Cbapte: Eight ,11 o'clock. Subject: I reserved for them. j jI
is teiH-
Reading room Society God torcive us i iC we will not forgive -
For thees rehsoa. If they are to" Spirit
MUTINY BELOW STAIRS stay oa. Mreeah to give notice.t i (.y JOVE) I'I Ye Of Christ. meeting at Mid-week serviceVedneaday I ing open Tuesdays and Friday !I l -- .I.Ii j jI Will hate keep us from

t y HAT would sbe have done without Tvoaaa,".Aa_ sac startled -yes The Firemen dtaateadbaH ten,I, Epworth Leogne hiss Vanessa CoiHns evening at 7:30 o'clock. f r na 3 to 5TR1N1TY o. j I Placer gold mines are worked. reviving the reward of God Can

1 Junior their 749 p. M. : hy GaQan in the sooth and west: *' be Chriftkjss and hate others -
Rob Except for that first wouldat leave oie. would year She i League won i I we .
moment when Sharlee's hysterical covMat tell her maid aha wcs aa straight game of the new j leader. 7:30 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN I i ,. of BtI i if ?"

voice had broken the news of tile eager anyone to see Charlotte and \t ...st.ieawhew they defeated tfceLopt :! o'clock.Sunday Subject evening: service"Forpvingr.at I ,I CHURCH i f I These are anaae of the questionsthat

tragedy in so cruet a fashion. he bad Tam Farley depart for their respective ( Faqerfel Home ouUit last Eaton Street Between Duvaland I will be answered tomorrow

stood beside her. homes to icy nothing of 'nipht at Baytiew Park. I I Mid-week prayer aDd praise Simonton Streets (Colored) I Teff. a kind of millet wttt pin-I night at the First M. E. Church.LEGALS
service oai Wednesday at 8-0 p.1 head ; fe the bread!
They had rushed to WestporU, Slmrlee. The first few innings of the I James S. Day, Pastor 717 Shnonton Street I grains cowmen

where the doctor In whose office Luke "1 would sot weesh to. but Kiss !! frame the core ac5awed back and choir rehearsal on Friday evening -: a. m.
lying told tLem it was a matterof Anne She seemed to hesitate when morning 11 VeJoek.
was J forth until the seventh fame i Classes for all Sunday ,

moments. then went on relactaotly as though |I the Fire laddies scored six ran i at 7:46 o'clock.Gera'd Mrs. Joseph Saund- Morning worship ages.at 11 o'clock. Service by Elder A. M. Eva.. I I LEGALS i if I IoTli VOTICK Of ".''T'R-% !ALMNOTirE
biding something she was too loyalto Sawyer, organist; O1VFN that
Those moments had stretched into > and von the game. ,i The pastor speaks the subject ,. Charch school, 3:30 p. M>. I IS MEREBT
: of tli*
revea). They <*ay they are eot to -. choir director. deiand V.V authority
bears as Lake fought to live sad j At tat (the tenders were Kerr, "God's Corner." I Sunday evening, 7:311 o'clock. f \ -): OF MASTKlf ''|.B I II | Final OPrr..f Fi.rl".or. -.-
and Miss Sharlee. site ten me last '
longed to die. And then when tbe go 1 with two dqubles and a single in I Sermon by the minister. Thosarht;1 I I NOT1CK' IIKRRHT: O.TVEX that tiered by the Honombl Jefferson
that she would fire for Baptist Training Union at 0:30 of t..1] : ..f the
night roe
>, 'under and t>> authority B. Browne. .IK" of the Jwdjr
local attorney whom be had demanded LEY MEMORIAL M. E. "If do not take Gad'slight i iI
I four C. Garcia conneetc .
time men ,
being what she cat! resa'' H it were ap. p. m. I'JPI1 decree of Foreclosure ren- ,'lr| --,,' (".nri of the Eleventh Jii'liria -
be sent to him came from be [c d for three sinc'es' in f oar ehanehj 'I CHURCH. SOUTH Evening n-orship at 7 :O o'clock. I they must take his lightn-i dined bv the Honorable Jefferson!j jR. Circuit of Florida in and f"r
not that I do her hair bettsir than :
hind the closed doors. Anne with ," Browne one of thc Jndee. of the:, Monroe County oil the nth day (t
the beauty parlor \tA j Irs. P. C&rhaae'l with a doubly, Rev. M. L. Smith Pastor Topic: "Our Most Common Sin." ilrCa ) 1, Circuit Court of the Klnvcnth Jadlrial -, October A. D It3. In that certain
Rob beside her. went In to sit with tiny furrow appeared on Anne's ; rnd two sinptes in five tizaea ap Praer service, Wednesday Jerusalem hath fcik.WMt)' i 1 Circuit of Florida in and for' cans in said C).rt mdinr In
dry eyes and courageous smile as be !Ii Car. Georgia and Division Sts.Charch. .suraed therefore the is n0Ved.Lasi. Monroe County on the %Stb day of 1 1Oetehr. which Alovir Alhary. Sfffif P.I .
passed on to join Lticinda. brow. "They're. atebaMiy only waiting i Iao'nnznledecc! school at 9:45 a. m. evening. 7:30 o'clock. ; A. D. 1 SS. in that certain! ; !IkiM-Q. ji.in' I l hy hr b'i.ad l ,
the reading of the will. Tbat In the field! Kerr and Sawve'- Thursday evening 7:30 o'clock 1:8. j I I cause in said Court pending ta Oharle GilkiMtn; Wm. J. IL

There had been the double funeral takes place tomorrow. for tbe: Eir-baliatrs and J. Garcia with Ed. ft Carry, superiBten- choir rehearsal. Tuesday, 4 p. a. NIP ',.4 I which B. Curry Moreno of as Laura Ad I Taylor a. Admlnlntrmtor of the Es-ti.
dent. mlnlatrator of the Estate tate of Marjorie Mae nntaoo. -
and then the trying trip to Portland.to -
j the left fielder of the tire boys. play. I! Curry Moreno. deceased is Plaintiff r* w4, and Scary H. Taylor. are
tbe boas which she had left with I Morning worship at 11 o'clock.Subje.t i Sh.-r.-w. ln... a II ] S*. Inc .
\rVONNrTS lips act Ia a straight mrde some; wonderful catches. Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., dviiae I' and La-viilon .>nlalntiff and Laval"n
them; and there had been Rob. beside 1 I : "The Merciful-God- PENTECOStAL MISSION Florida Corporation, is defendant. I a Florida corporation i* defendant.
Itae. -Yeu weesh to breakfast I Score by innings: R H. E. firth worship. I I. as Special Master in Chancery!II I. an Special Ihwtpr in Chancery
will be the aer-
his firm about her like. This
arm with them?" abe asked after a aw--J Firemen O80 Me .-II NT 8 900 appointed by the Court in said de-I appointed by the Court In paid 41.
shoulders or gripping her arm. or Ii mon in a aenaa. the Beattitudes. Olivia Street [ ere. under and hv virtue of the I ore*. under and by virtue of the
Just by his presence assuring her of meat. !Lopez 300 002 120- 8 1' 8 Young People's Department has Wm. Skondeen, Pastor LEGALS terms thereof will offer for sale| terms thereof will offer for sale
"I certain!) don't wish to." Anne i h Batteric's: Castro and GabrfU; a ) and sell at Public outcry to the and sell at Public outcry to the
his understanding. admitted. and again she shuddered I U morning sesaioa in the Division Sunday morning worship, 11 i highest and best bidder for cash at! MtKhevt and best bidder for cash at
Slowly the lash fringed barrier .'c. Gates and In-rraham. v street school building *Hh Miss o'clock. OTIfK OF M %cfl'C SALE the Front Door of the Court Havest the Front Poor *f the Crt Houw
at the vision of sitting at the tea; Notice is h< r.-hy piven that under '- Monroe County M the City of of Monroe County In the City of
lifted ud the dark eyes saw a wide i sliest table with Buttons his disapproving Miriam Carey a t> teacher and Al- Sunday school for all, 3:30. p. and 1ft,tiI- of a certain order j t Key West. Florida on the Tad dayj Key ... Florida on the 2nd dayof

window silvered with the slant of none in tat air. aervins the 1 BEAtoNsDaii1.: bert Carey as presidentJaniotupoya m. and ,1..r"- of ror..ln..una..1 I of Oeeesaber. A. DC 193& between Pecember. A. D. 113i. betweenthe
onthe 3 th
sale made ant entered : the boars of eleven o'clock A. M.. hours of eleven o'clock A. M-
rain. Silhouefed before this was a I dolefal. :.- relative- :and girls $ 4 p. I. Sunday night evangelistic service day of Ort "r. A. I'. 1,3S. in aDd !; and two o'clock P. M., the same be- 'j and tWO o'clock P. M-. the Mime be-

basket of pmsy-wlltows and the -Then." rvalue's quick smile m., with Mr. Mary Thompson in 7:15 o'clock.Tuesday hy the Circuit Court of the Eleventh of, light-budded sprays of japouica. and i L AGU ELEADERS 7:15 p. m., prayer and JadK-ial Circuit of the State I the legal hours of sale. the following the togal howr of saSs, the follow
twinkled. "perhaps
breesa [ chaige io .r.Toeag v Florida in and for Monroe county' described property, situated ia! described roBertT.. situated la
clinging to the stems were pale yel. the tray to your People's eXaiag session -praise service. In Chancery. in aa_ therein, Monroe County Florida to-wit: Kg teepee Crmnty. Florida to-wit:

low butterflies poised as though for "Will you do (hair Anne asked. !i I at6:30p.a. r Friday, 7:15 p. m-, fellowship pending and heroin Burbank A. II.Realty Adams Comnanv. Is-i' All of that certain land All of that certain land
plaintiff 1 situate In Monroe County.j ni Monroe County
nighc as It aba were eouaivtag with a fellow GAME WAS THRILLER, WITH E-renhig preaching at 730 p. m. meeting. a corporation nrvanixed and j 1 State of Florida namely: On *State* W of> Florida namely: On

"Your bath. Miss Anne." prompted culprit. f Subject: "Why Am I Running For Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' andgirls' exist in*; under tbe laws of defendants tile State,I I the Inland of Key Largo and isI I the Island of Key Largo and U
of Florida et als. are .
I I I. t 14. according to MarDonald's accordIng to M. -
Yvonne "and there is a telegram on Weeth pUlsure. agreed Y'oa1le. i CLOSE church. Lot 14.
SCORi:: VERY Office? foreclosure of lien of Tax Sale Certificates -!I plat recorded in Plat Donald'B peat recorded in flat

the night stand. Perhaps. Meeatair and hurried away. Prayer and praise service each : the undersigned Special i Book 1, page 59, Monroe Coun- Book 1, page U. Monroe County. -

Crocker comes back from Astoria Idling ia the fragrant bath water, TO 8 Wednesday at 7:30 HU METHODIST EPISCOPAL i Master in hancery will offer for.j' ty. Florida, Records: AI- .. I Florida Rcoi-nii: At O.
I p. i sale and will 1 sell at pnblkoutcry. Government Lots 3. 4 and 5. doTemaent Lot 3, 4 and t>,
today. Tbe florist boy said thees was Anne thought of the relatives ad choir CHURCH. SOUTH < for cash in han, to tbe biKhest and
practice South
Yon rig people's : Section 5. TownshIp U. South, : Srcttoa e, Township 5,
the last order he hare let L" wondered at their peculiar assumption -I each Thursday at 7 inhsa { best bidder at the front door of tb.County 1 f Range 19 East. Tallabasaee Range 39 Bast. TallahasSee
p. 1 of Monroe
Anne nodded. The three Rob of possession. Tile treated her : "EL SALVADOR" Court House I I Meridian containing M..7 arr"I I| Meridian, containing 11.01 acrem
days (My JO\rE) Alice Jenks. & 'County, Florida in tbe City of j 1! more or less: ALSO. All thai. more or leas; AlffO. All that
had been awa> had seemed an as if abe were a tolerated guest. She'd I In the Social League yesterday Church choir practice each Fri Corner Grinnell and Virginia i Key West Florida during the legal..i part of Government Lot *. Sectkm i iI' ; part of Government Lot *. s.-e.
bees too dolled with grief to care Streets hours of swl-. on Monday the % ; 6, Township $1. South, tton C. Township .S. South
eternity. Oat then she was glad site de-
| aft er\to3n the Ldirhthoase ten J' Roland .
j day at 8 p. m. Mrs. day of December, A. I> 1!n. the Range 19 East. Tallahassee 39 Kant Tallahassee
had him to depend upon to care for or remonstrate at tnt.bat now. with j fsaed( the 1ea -hr.di. AdMit ,- .o\duas pianist. Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor following described land situate I Meridian lying IC-.rtheasterly ofi I I Range Meridian lying Northeasterly of 1

her Interests. She wUheu Lake the servants who had been In tbe j ifiration outfit and cat their lead (Services in Spanish) lying and brine ia the County of i a line running at right angles a line running at right anglesto
might know the valiant he tad family since she was a child being t school 10 Monroe State of CTortnn to-wtt: I to the renter line of the F. E. C. : the center 1 of the F. S. C.
way I a etTie le '. The final core wa FLEMING STREET METHODIST Sunday a. m. Lot Fifteen tli) to Square 5 lw-. Company's right of way I Itw). Company right of war
would to 0eJI i*
stepped In and shouldered her responsibilities imposed poo. K : 9 to S.The CHURCH Preaching, 8 p. m.Mothers' One (li in Tract Twentr- i 1 at a point 154 feet Southwesti .t. point 154 fe t Southwestof
; perhaps then be cone to a definite anderataRdinj: Club meets Menday. seven ora of Marietta Towers'. i of tile point of intersection of I the point of 'tion'
with them. I I last innine wa thriliinc a ,svbdivision.. according t. J the curve betweenMile Posts the curve between Mile Posts
would rest more easily. the FERAteern 8p.m. Iriat thereof recorded in PIM I 4SS and 42C. as measured from 423 and aa meamred fromJacksonville.
With thkst jIC.
Anne reached a too-tslim band with Well once the wifl war read and ,. a man on Cor. Fleming and William Street! Bible study and service Book One (1), page '4O. of tne ,I Jacksonville. Florida. (said Florida taald
Its blazing solitaire for the yellow they knew bow mask'of the Luke wa at bat and two were Shuler Peek Pastor prayer Public Rer.rA of Monroe Cty. _- J ps55 of Intersection being point of iaterveetlon being
dark cowed l Wednesday 8 p. m. Florida formed by producing the center I formed by producing the centerline
It 9:45a.
envelope. but took a picture from the Farnsworth taoaey was theft*, they oa was BO you Church school meets at and line of the Florida East Coast of the Florida East CoastRailway

stand. instead-Rob's photograph.She would be content es go lime, Or U I barfly see th? ball. Wickers rit a*. William N. Knowles. sup.erirtteadent. "LA TRINIDAD" Lot Sixteen in Uqaarc I I Railway Company's right of Company's right ot

looked at the high forehead not. she eonid *etfofly close tile to the pitcher for the last ovt.At The Wesley FeH w- L. Oser and Montero. One (1) in Tract Twenty-seven sob- i I. way Iving North .f said curve war lying North of aald curve
Revs of Martello Towers a center line
I to Intersect with the center line to intersect with the
with its crown of tair so black and house and ma ap to Mt. Hood for a bat. the leaders were Fred iiip Bible Class meets in the. pas Pastors vision, cording to the plat I of saM right of way to the said right of way to the

sleek it seemed painted thereon. at rest before her : I fr7a'*'"--B. wtH three: doubles and tor's stady. thereof recorded in Plat Stink South of said curve) excepting ftbwth of said reeve j excepting
Duval and Angela Streets 1 One (1>. pare IM. of the Pab- therefrom the right of of I Uiercfruai tbe right of way of
She aoil.fosnd way
rested Y.voniw \ i". ( tinte.M.
lire, with their characteristic tr". Our oeoc4c.
.eyes I" MornIng wuisfaip ait 11 'Sunday school, 3 p.: m. IKRecorrfs ..f %Mosriw Cottntr.Florida 1 l the P. K. C. Rw>. Company: tIM F. E. C. Rwy. Company;
narrowing when focused on aay- ready with tbe br akCast tray abroad ''I.O-re.A with-tor*> ont ef four aiJr. Hfc'y Communion. Service in Spanish, Friday at I, I{ ALSO excepting all that part of ,I ALSO excepting all that part of

thin: at the lips straight. irm.lIe'd bpfore the open beartt 8re. When ?:: l.k:1'). tn Oft of thr-"i.IP Intermediate Epworth League I an.l Oovennrtlrnt Lot 5. Section c. tfeverameBt Lot I. Section I.I .
t- 'JOp.m. Lot one (1) ia Square Puer South Range 55Seat. I Township I S, South. Range 3Ra >
she ha3 done justice to the HIPS!I.
be able to handle the troubleat I the fie4! J. Navarro and
meet at :SO p. raMiss Ve dn- (OlD Tract Tweatrseveaof (11) i Tallahassee Meridian lying t. Tallahaasve Meridian, ly-
the cannery all right She didn't \'blbore evidenced of tbe servants' I J F.iA-c. for the Office; boys art': tine! Watkins saparinteas.e. Martello Towers a i sub- Southwesterly of a line tag Southwesterly of. a line

know tbe nature of it became be had affection from the bow! of hyacinths. -\-"J'tit wonderful FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 'itrioa. according to the ptat ,,Suw. at right angles to thecenter drawn at rlghuancle to tile
I ma'a Young People's ague meets thereof ix-corocd In flat IlimbOfle line of the P. B. C. Rwy. I center line of thf P. E. C. Rwy.Company .
said he didn't srrnt her worried Per. supplied by Bnttons. to her favorite nifiiin) ? cat-V-! (hi- fell'down jap- at 6:30 m. Norman J. Lowe, CHURCH (I, page IM, of the Pub- I Company's right of way at a '. right of way at a

haps the wire would give her news omelet. made by Maggie, she found c'tcl he bal !,-..' came up v.'th.t4A p. ,IKRconrds of Monroe Conety. point distant 764 feet Southwest point distant 74 fret Sonth-

of conditions down there. She hoped Yveme etadytac her-vjth ...aeereipreaston. pseest. J. C. Gekeler, Pastor FtorMa. I I from the point of intersection went from the point of Intersection -
I wcs r veT r tRfffcnlt catch) Wowhip ser-ice at 7:0 p. w. an4Lot of the carve between t of t" carve between
'Ncuman wasn't involved. suere the }ica-le"s. "What Is Religion Corner of White and Washington I'I Two (2) in Straar FlMur I Mile Posts 425 and 41. as Mile Post 42S and 42<. aa
Byes still binned by the deter "W at is it. Tronne. what's. worrying Sermon subject: Streets (4> In Tract Twenty-seven . ?' I Score b} inn"ns: R. H. E ?" of Martello Towera, a anbatvisioa. Florida (said point of Inter- said point of Intersection -
mined of lids. Anne read toe you Sunday school meets at 1C a. I
pressure Artinicrtion- of the II I according to the pint aertion being Cnrmod by producing betas formed by pro
te i.jrram.A "We would wish to speak with ron; 1 :. Regctar monthly meeting W. Oscar Norman superintendent.The thereof recorded la Plat Book I the center line of the duclng the center line of the

dear everything peaceful all the servants once please." <'i1l'-4(> i iI Boaad of Stev ards. {Monday. 8 Adult Bible Class is taught 1 I One (1>, pace 14*. of th* PabI l P. C. Rwy. Company's right F E. C. Rwy. Oraj>anys* right

..r.'.ne p,n* will leave fur home early -'Of eoarse. Yronne. have them np I Lio-h' u411 030 x-9 12 f tBaU'nes I p. m. :I lie Rer''rw< of Monroe OMmt*, .of way lying North of .idccr. ..f way lying North of said
I uy the pastor. Florida, \ .. to intersect with the I nrre to tataraoct with th.
i wild lull *oon after you read : F.. Roberts, Rud5 and Bible .
I Is stop only one mure muntb nadSC wait take tbe telephone call. 31idPI'87er' Morning worship at 11 o'clock.1 aadtot center of said right of way center of said right of way
<*, 1 never he separated were I p1eMe." =>nd ,Wicket; F. Stickney an i I ;tudy, Wednesday: ai 7:30 I). M. F..rI) ia Square Four 1 lying Sooth of said curve); tying Smith .f mid carve);
go you will B" I will take your cares 1 Yvonne answered the Prlliricr. immediately Sermon: "The I 4> (n Tract "..eptyft) 1 ALSO excepting on the Island f ALSO excepting on the island
and try to make on In some measure telephone Choir rehearsal Wednesday Removed." I of Martello .. a swbdtvlston. I of Key Largo and is Lot IS. of Key Largo and 1* Lot IS,
(.. v or Ion slop all my love Hob. then plugged it in near Anne and following the mid-week I according: to the plat ; according to MacOonaM's plat according to Mart>onaW. plat
banded It to her. ............ toooaooseooaSENIOR I B. Roberts dilector. Soo! by Mrs- Gekeler: "I thereof recorded In Plat Baok : recorded In Plat Book U page I recorded to Plat Book 1, page
.-':. Mrs. P. I of Heart Garden." by One (I*, esge 14*. of the Public St. Horo0 County nrfda
NF: more mrntb. Anne read tbe My a t as, Monroe County, Florida *
O Thta is Anne apeak leg. 1TANiJING 11 I R<-ci>rtIs of Mi-nrat County, I reOorda .
pa rase over again They would -M_ A1I_. thin hi Judge Kel- I O'Hara. 1 Fiorida EXCEPTING THEREFROMan EXCEPTING THERBFROM

be married then. not at tbe imprea I ." .< I. II Evening worsl p. 7>30 o'clock. and that part of the above described i} all that part of tbe above described
I MIXED V1BLC CLASS I Lot Fin (5> in $aware Pour lands tends Northeasterly
Sale. lying northeasterly lying
her had "A Bargain
five mother Sermon
ceremony one's face Scared ot 1h worry LEAGUE <4> In Tract TwtBty-aevea (21) t of the Southwesterlyline of the Southwesterlyline
planned, but quietly. And then they Judge Kellogg was a constant visitor Mid-week Bible study WedaoN- ot Martetlo Towers a onbdivision. I of Second Avenue of _- of Second Avenue of Man-

would move to the cozier comfort of at her borne in the old theJ I thereof recorded in Ilaf Itoofc on the plat thereof recorded in I the plat thereof recorded In
the new home on the heights and Rob Tom Farley married Mabel and took TeaebewThi Luke 14:16-24. the Parable' of | One (1). page 1., of the Pwb I .Plat Book' I at page IM la the Plat Book 1 at page 194 In the

would take charge of her interests in over much of the firm's legal busi 1 (By JOVE) clarsJRteets every Sunday Great Supper. I lie Records of Monroe County office of the Clerk of the Circuit office of the Clerk of the Circuit

the canneries.She i aaoa.oooooaa aooooaooclub ... m niajUs: it ftefcHarsta School au- : () PlTiorida. t Court of Monroe County Court of Monroe County,

awung out of bed. slipped 1st l. ness.My dear. i must ese you right W. L. Pet dtto>| ,mat;; Ir o'd elt. Men and CHURCH. OF COD I sadLot Six (*) m.aXpaare four lands PVirlda.hre. which described saM by excepted metes lands Florida are which described said by exeepted:metes

the quilted robe Yvunne held. .. Caa to office im I I woavajf pot. connected w any I <4) in Tract Twenty-seven (tT) I and bounds mm follows: and bounds as follows:
yon come my 9 l. 0fl'Itopez : -
I Firemen .. _._........ 2 of Martetlo foWen. a nbdivisioa. I
Commencing at the point of Commencing at the point of
stretched white feet for tM quitted and 'iiviStrefMorning
mediately Fun rai Home 1 1 ..800Ec.rBQ I otheyib1e ; 1106 | acceadHnX to ta* bins I I Intersection of carve in Intersection of curve in tbe
males anJ let her maid pin the "Rob Crocker will be here shortly of %iniatioas invited t' service at 11 'clock. i thereof recorded U Plat Seek -
I flkcra ..... ... _... 0 1 .I are right of war of the right of way of the Florida
tawny braids higL on her head. and be"No. -- .n attend. One . pace 14*. of the East Coupe Railway Coatpany.as East Coast Railway Company,
dYesa. ". ..... ... 0 1 ..000I I I Sunday school, 3:30 p. nu I! He Records of Monroe County, I now entKhtlfthod, between MilePost as now established, between Mil
"What Miss Anne? I must me you first alone. t Sunday night service, 7:15 I! t I 42S and Mile Post 4tt. aa Post 4Z5 and Mile Post 4M. aa
Instead of her heretofore listless There is something YOU should: know CATHOLIC o'clock. { I I measured from Jacksonville' measured from Jacksonville
"anything." .Vnne studied a moment before relatives GAMES MIXT WEEK l _CIftJRCH. I 1 I Lot Thirteen in Bvjnare : said intersection hem* fnfsaed (said intersection being formedby
confronting or '
I I I Evangelistic service Wednesday -' Four (4> In Tenet Twenty- by predating the center MuW of predm. the center Use of
Rob would be in town by noon at anyone. Can yon slip away without 1 t S M*>aKnty-Bakers vs. Bar A .' ., Star of the Sea 7:15 p. m. I' seven (Z7) of Martello Towers I I the right of way lying North the right of way, lying Northof

least. He must be tired of the black their knowing where you are going?" ]t Thnrsday-Bakers vs. .Lop 2: sew. Wm. Reagan S. J. I and praise service, Friday a subdivision, acoafuUas to the I I of said carve to intersect with said curve to Intersect with
she had worn for Ute past three 1 Prayer plat thereof recorded In Plat tile center line .f the right of the- center line of the rIght of
1 well I .
I could Something Funeral Rome.
I ; in charge 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meeting Book (inn , pace 149, of the way South of said Carve); then way South of said Carve): then
weeks. She would like to wear the should know?" I F. dy-! -FH''!*-. v?. Bar-B-Q. Ofm>r of services for this Public Records of Monroe County run in a Nortbeaatertv direction I run ta. Northeasterly direction

canary yellow wool her mother had "Tea. Ann, something I know I Florida I along the -center Hne of.te along the center line of
chu' and right of of the Flotnsa the eight of of the Florida
bought fust before len the way way
they on Lake would want me to tell you I BOXING Bnaming Masses will be Latin Miuion Lot Fourteen (14) ta flan's.re I Rant Coast Railway Company East Coast Railway Companyfor
trip Lucinda would want her to. bat privately Something my de--. PROGRAM dtf o'clock. Four H. in Tract Twenty- for a distance ot l.asz.44 feet a distance ." .44 feet
ajri 9:0 and I
I t.
Services Sundays, Tuesdays seven if) .f Martello Tawara,
I the relatives. Anne shuddered. which will take ounce of courage for a point of beginning; then for a point of beginning; then
every I Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. Thursdays, conducted by Rev. a subdivisioo. according to the I, run la a l'fortller17no run in a Northeasterly direction
Closed in her own suite of rIt room pus possess jo face.:' r i BEING OUTLINEC service at 7.:30 o'clock |>lat thereof reeerded ta Plat tion along the center U.. of along the center line of
seemed that even there tbe horde Anne banded the !telephone! backto I Eratoing Charles E. Lazo. I Book One (1) page l" of the tile right of way of the Florida the right of way of tile Florida

which bad descended upon the boea Yvonne then turned to the other I: Sundays and Frida\s. j I Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. I reblic Records of Monroe County. East Coast Railway for a distance Best Cast Railway for" a distance
Florida of 13$ feet: then nut fas a of OS feet; then ran in a
after the funeral penetrated her servants who bad entered. There 0 S C SCS i I and Southeasterly affection to the I Southeasterly direction to the

; privacy. I was Buttons a pathetic smile: oa bill i JTO BE PUT ON UNDER AUS. .S 1NG. F. k\ SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Lot P'I"li) ta mpnmre waters of the Atlantic Ocean. waters of the Atlantic Ocean
Swathed I Four (4) in Tract Twenty-seven along a line which makes aa along a line which makes an
in tiptoeing about
crepe i homely race: Magpie, puffing front Corner Duval and Eaton Streets of Martelto '. ana- interior angle at b0 .2' 15" interior angle of 5.S .r IS"
the rooms. whispering and eondol climb up the back stairs and j PICES Of RECREATION f I division acroruoe to Ute ylatthersof with the center nee ef the I with the center line of the

Ing. they seemed to revel in their \\r. Harn()'. black gown rustling. Sunday recorded ta Flat Rook right of way of the Florida right of way of the Florida
: SECTION OF WPA Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. 1 One J). page 14*. of Ute PnbHc East Coast Railway for a distance i East Coast Railway for a distance
grief is this mutiny! she asked SOCIALEAGUE 7 Records of Monroe County. of (9* feet mere or less I .f *H feet more or less,
Mass CommumoPe) a. m. .
'The dark wool Yvonne" abe ( Florida i then ten on a meandering linealong
grey lightly trying to bi i>!e the apprehension ; II I them run on a meandering Use
answered in compromise. Site coaU Jncle KellOMr's rr.-vrds had Mass for the Church Scbcol, and i along the waters of the At- I the waters of the At.
I Lot Sixteen <1*) ia Square 1 laftttr Ocean t lanticOCSHI a Southwesterly
) a Southwesterly I
(By I.
pin a spray of japonica on the pocket ; ronsrdiCtnyrajAr. \ box nr "O2rnam irt tinder thf .. 9:10 a. m. I Four (4> m Tract TwenyKftm direction to, a point of Intersection direction to a point of intersection -

lapel. ..IiIt Jeanne fioitsum, -nrirhi". c' th<* rifreatioa !.'". ........oe..CSSe .55.sI Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. i of Martello Towers of the waters of the '. of the waters of the
Miss Yvonne standing I i Evensong Prayer, Sermon: a .""! aorardtefl to the : Atlantic Ocean by a Ana drawnthrough I Atlantic Ocean by a line drawn
Anne was 1on of th .:i.irict WPA here wil, Clu'1 L. Pet. I I plat .thereof rucerded ta Plat the point of beginainr throve the point of beginningat

before her. black eyes shining with I \ S--1 under way NovstnWr 22 .' IE ration .. 63 ..41d7jLig Benediction. S p. m. I t Book One 41), pace 14*, of the at right angles to the centerline ;, right aagles to the centerline
Indignation. "}iss Shark, I Anne makes a braS best of a bad i A.I Week I Pubes Records of Monroe Coomty of the .f tbe of the right of way of the
JThore Day rigbt of
ear am fi'aliv the teaanI way
situation Monday. making tIIISe ........_... 6 4 .555!I I I _. I Florida Seat Coast Rattway : Florida Mast Coast Railway

._ --- .-. ... -. i I I'finposeJ of iive divisions wilt tHI, liosi ........._ 4 4 .500 Morning Prayer 6:.15 a. land I I Company; then run ta m Northwesterly Company; then run 1 in a Northwesterly
repT M'T.t Ker West i ia iatler-l".t;r Ba. Park 2 5 .285 j Mass, 7 a. m. :1 raeven ,(U) in Aiaare I direction l.stS feet f direction l.tlS feet,
: (5) in Tract Tweaty- of more. less, to the point of
more less the point
or to I
PICKED TEAMS 'Will Vav-; Field boim-row af'fmeor,I 11'urnn>pnts i 5" ".3: announced. : ---- Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. In. (Z7> of Martello Towers, beginning. exo-ntlug ta-refrom beginning excepting therefrom

i The .came mill jte-t wor way a t .\ -r l'icn s-lr.vc' vril! be aW41rdet; i MSXT'WEEK I A second Mass on Wednesdays a subdivision aecorwtaa t* tile the right of way <>f the Florida I I the right of way of the Florida
plat thereof recorded Plat Rant Ceast Railway Company. I East '. Railway Company.
r o o'c'ock. ;n'1.-r ;;, caof tha-dhrtskai S I Mondav-Hih.4Rdb ol vs. Bay- 9a.m. Book One (1). page 14*, of the The said pr..peri5 aforesaid,I The said property as aforesaid!

BATTLE TOMORROW _: Iy we ft 1 .i.-tar.i weight. Hghht iewPadc.. Public Records of Monroe County. together with alt the tenements.i together with all the tenements,
: A teaiv: picked b1:1:1'1" Florida. hereditament and appurtenanceai
hereditament and appurtenancestbtreaab i;
.i irh' and : 1 ARMY
r" Tnesday-LJ thovse vs. Bay- Bid tBMeam in wise
: ia wtaM belonging,
betsudring.-or nay i;, ) or any
Acevt-dt wi'l ,
j ) contain v Vntri. I'view Park. .. I Lot Twelve <11> ta Squat appertaining being sold to satisfy : appertaining. being sold to satisfy

.' (ieorcre P .> w'l! mal ._ '. :,. :' r- ," c"n'ct IB IMi TbIlJday..t..Q ft.e Captain'Vernon Walker In Charge Fixe (a) ta Tract Twenty said ."r... This sale to be subject I\ said decree. This sale to be sabiijert -
ACE'I :.DO AKD DEAN STAR.. i 1 seven (27) of Martello Towers, to that certain mortgagerecorded !t to that certain mortgage
U' 3grea ;(11.II 1".1 ..,,.t.. ooya tindjH ft : i 1 1002 Fleming Street 'I I a snbdirtsiuB. accordtaa to in Mortgage Book -. at4Z :t emeided ta Mortgage Book Bat

WI CET AT NAVY I TIn < i--t- TV-'I: j i-c a "enc':;T, zge of 21 years Ths jrolden gte i'etfdaLidtilo.es TL High- Company meeting (Sunday.. the plat thereof recorded ta .e < of the Public Records oiCounty. 1),a 41 of the Public Records of
Mat Book One fl>. paax las, hinatoe Florida aismT by' Monroe County. Florida made by
for o.<,I.. M;>. n ,vmHo'iof eharn-iionslitnj jJ! Seb | School). 9:45 a. IlL Mrs. Ka th>.I f of the Public Recorna of the 'I the defendant.DATRD .

I FIELD .. t i''I't PIod.BntcS ATBD THIS lid day of Nnvisn THIS lad day of Nwvem-
Batt v i'a ,I tv'.r.n.: ar/1 rr.ich interest t 1 ernie EMride. Young Peopee'l"l tee =. .

II Ctrft Gf; : '' ,. ." \ --t-: .., '..- ,. ,- K :: Wvv u ]r: atbd with fIB iMhnkttkns and Sergeant Major in charge. 1t.. 2. T IL\IIIDa. A IX 3.1 UOKXLOft. t.-.raa. .1 her, A. D.3.nn LANCELOT LBSTER.pecakl .

I .IOVEi seh\ t .j .. TI> p.'n. \iitaMag aarters at the Coral laic i holiness meeting. 11 a. In. StAjt i. a..MJt c Ses5 innener ascerpHBT : Master IK Chancery.F.Ha.rwt .

) .-kc) :. ains oit. r f.roll, ., ; ? Y. hi. TATWR. 45., >R, JR,
f.f 'tl'i: I ', \I; 'p. at'\ haren d *> are .lafij nsprove- : TGod Testing. .1cIt.- fur ,. sdiclleV fit Pla5UU SqMelint far Plaintiff.INKS i .

,r: .. at tm|f tars. .I'c'dco h t :_ t .. nt 1IIkt.-' ; .. _-* Young People's Legion 6>30 p.. -.r"-l"-S C ...tt F r ___ lIod--I..H.&a

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I ; ; RAILROAD QUESTIONContinued Today In History PERSONAL MENTION To the Voters of Key West: BENEFIT DANCE 1 -onPERMANENT-

x SOCIETY :-: ( from Page One) ..............e......... ........... ............i candidacy I herewith for submit the my position name and of I AT RAUL'S CLUB Two Permanent WAVES CCT f\f\

........ remedy the situation by/ moral 1783-Gen. Washington's last J. Gerry.Curtis, assistant WPA Chief of Police in the. !i for ..._.._..___.__.. .
................................... .. ... I General Orders to the Army .of coming city .n.
suasion, and your unofficial in- ". director and supervilor of labor election, and solicit the supportof To correct a slight misunder Better Waves, SS.OO aad .p
the Revolution
Miss Anna Gibson 'I Card Party Was fluence in having the Cuban shippers a long farewelL", .an affectionate management left. yesterday for the electorate for the office to!i standing which has been broughtto MRS. MILLER
demand a restoration of the the week-end in Miami. which I aspire, promising to do our attention-the script for 407 South Street Phone 574-.
Weds S. J. Hoover Grand Key'"est service. The vast my best, if successful to serve;I the dance being sponsored tonightat

I I quantity of business over the 1889-North and South Dakota J. Rice: Scott, originator of the the public with reasonable satisfaction Raul'sJby Mrs. William H. Malone -
Yesterday afternoon in the,' Card party sponsored by Young I Florida East Coast Railway to admitted to the Union as 39th and baby bond i idea in Key West who in the discharge of the!, for the benefit of the Inter-

Congregational. church. Miss Anna People's. Service League in the I Cuba will come through! to Key 40tn States. was on a business trip and to duties of the office. I I national Exposition in December

Marie Gibson, daughter of Mr.I[parish Hall last evening was a j West if demanded, as! it is the r meet his many friends left by I humbly submit my qualifica-.is $1.10 per couple instead of in- Savings On Shoes

and Mrs. William H. Gibson. be-I big I success. A large crowd en-j Cuban traffic to and from the Re- 1918-Allies report for Oct plane yesterday for Miami. tions as a candidate, and cite the. dividual.

came the bride of Sidney Johnson.I I joyed an evening of bridge and public that sustains the Florida ber 103,000 prisoners, 2,000 cannon following for your consideration:]I The funds will be divided on a
Hoover; radioman United States: I East Coast Railway. 13,000 machine guns Robert Thompson, expert welder Served in the United States sixty-forty per cent basis, with Monday MorningPrices
Navy. Rev. EL- R.'Evans, pastor[other popular card games. i I.I "'Ve, therefore, request and with tbe,j. B. Sullivan "machine Navy, and in the U. S. Army, music and floor show receiving

of the church presided. I Table prizes for high score humbly petition that your Excel- shops; left yesterday afternoon Overseas with the 42nd Company, sixty per cent and forty per cent
Miss Mary Louise Knowles were won by the following: Mrs.;:'lency use your influence and good I 1920-KDKA at East Pittsburgh for business: visit in ?Ii- Rainbow Division. going! into the Exposition fond, if store marked on every down tlloe for in Monday the

niece of the bride was maid best of.'.Emma Pino, Mrs. Rafae Solano,I I offices toward the restoration of tional,radio Pa., first broadcast.to put on na- ami. ;. I am married, 39 years old, and the couples exceed fifty. Otherwise *al.. Beautiful new Fall

honor. M. J. Brindle. was Miss Eliza Bar-I this railroad between Miami and the father of one child, and have the percentage will be and) Winter numbers in colors

man. Mrs. Tom Warren, Bean, Milton:I Key West, and the restoration of S. M. Newlan, of the American lived in Key West all of my life seventy-thirty. j and combinations every wante j
After the ceremony the newlyweds rota, Mrs. Julia the ferry service between Key I 193-1-German composers or- Telephone and Telegraph com- except for the time spent in the The floor show promises to be
: size.HOSIERY
accompanied by relative and Sawyer and Fred Knight. West'and Havana. dered to replace Mendelssohn-. pany, left by plane yesterday fora performance of military duties. an entertaining one with Baby TO TCH--Otlr

friends left for the airplane bare! "You will be rendering a great Barthold's so-called Jewish music short business! visit in Miami. I Completed tenth grade in Mon- Bennette coming back by popular Hosiery is matchable .with our
where fond farewells were said] No Melody Hoar service to a people whose every I to Shakespeare's "A Midsummer roe County Public Schools and demand to head the list.Gerald Footwear. Priced right:

and the happy couple left by plane: November heart-beat is for the welfare and Night's Dream" with new German also attended army and navy Pinder, of course, will be there, Another Big Shipment
for their wedding trip to Miami!]' Daring happiness of the Cuban people, music. Mrs. Rosa. P. Esquinaldo who schools.In and Joe Lopez. Gus Ayala will Ladies, MU e.* and Childrea'

and other points on the east and whose friendship has been of I was visiting relatives is Havana the rehabilitation of Key present a piano number and the FALL OVERCOATSFALL
to of work priorto was a returning the
coast. Due pressure an enduring type for nearly 100 cept for the different language, Cuba passenger on West I respectfully solicit the band is whispering about something. DRESSESWe
the International Stamp Ex- years." although Mayor Malone said the yesterday. honor of serving the communityas Well' have to wait and : have priced our read7-

Dance TonightAt I. position to be held here i in December During :Mr. Maone's presentation I world over Rotarians are ever the Chief of Police for the next see. nov2-lt to-wear for QUICK SALE.
there will b. no Melody of the committee's side of the same. I Mayor Wm. H. Malone and Carl. two II Every garment is a new and
years. I
Havana-Madrid. i Hour during the month of Novem- Bervaldi chairman of the board I up-to-the-minute in STYLE
case for the people of Key West I Mr. Malone addressed the gathering ,J Respectfully submitted ,
I ber, it i is stated. ,of commissioners and QUALITY.
and Cuba the president listened about 125 members present. county ..members
Habana-Madrid Club will sponsor -' The next Melody Hour will be attentively and at the conclusion I'lie first spoke briefly in Spanish of the committee which left Tuesday I MYRTLAND GATES. a Just in-another shipment

a Pre-Winter Dance tonight I presented as a gala concert during said that he had already discussedthe :and i then in English, explained in for a conference with Presi- Candidate for Chief of Police. i Ladies' Silk and Tweed
at 10 o'clock. AH the Exposition.! I dent Mendieti, of Cuband oth- (Paid Political Advertisement) Dresses, special Q1 QC
starting I
I matter with the United States detail the object of the ommit- FLORIDA t .. _. .
cations point to a large! indi-j Ambassador and would again talk!| tee and was given the assurance er officials, and organizations, returned -
attendance at this affair. music! will be played by JohnPritchard's '6ft"th1 S? ."Cuba yester't Subscribe to The Citizen. LADIES' HATS-Just unpacked -
with him on the acuteness; of the that the organization of RotariansI I JACKSONVILLEU. and ,
of orchestra. day. The V4neraieihber of the I I placed on display
A1 I
snappy program dance l situation. heartily in accord with the
the latest millinery creations
,- Give Assurance !I idea and would assist in every commitee"; rJnrf< JeJSsquin&ldo, Sr.: For City Clerk n.WASHINGTON GEORGE ;.i,' I I white and all colors.New *

.. I way to bring- abort the conditions remained,In Havana: : ..for.:a longer WALLACE PINDER JOO l.sla.i.1 I Fall and Winter
He the .
his that
WILCOX HOPEFUL PENA'S NIGHTCLUB gave assurance desnted.i stay _" r, '. ., '. t:; For ReElectionFor SItoorano FABRICSLovely
ties which bind the Cuban and ,. ..s.w.rw.... ..tw....J..
OF BRIDGE LOAN American people together were l i Shown Every Courtesy Yo.:t: ''or et; tr-e'rk, City CouncilmanA. eet rhosGARAGIuise-.._.l. < new materials in
I cores of designs and color-:
RENOVATED I such as to be everlasting and any- 'Everywhere the committee went HENRY*,F. :SAUNDERS McINNIS --........ We have buttons and buckles to
(Continued from Page One) thing which would tend to widen f[members were shown the greatest IAnS1uooN. I match the material.

favor of the bridges, and -' the distance between Key West I courtesy. The press carried i 40 inch all shaken Satin yd. SOc
I and Havana was to be deplored.He I!'stories of the mission, Diario de la = MAYFLOWER I 40 inch all shades Flat Crepe,
Colonel Horatio B. Hackett, Pena's Place, a popular and old promised to do all things in Marina carried photographs of the I, se a...... I per yard ...."'.' __ 39c
deputy PWA alministrator, established night club of this city, his power about the realization of committee, radio stations broadcast -t PEARLMAN'S Inca HOLTSBERG'S I ... : r.d s.L t..im.i.+sle... 40 inch all shades all Silk
has recently been renovated and J Ithe hopes of the American and the stories and a microphone ( .r t.wd .r. MOAIAGL Taffeta per yard 75c
one yesterday and one to remodeled and is now ready for' Cuban people of Key West, who I 1 was arranged! at the Rotarian "Quklity Shop" I I' 50 shades 40 inch all Pure Silk

day, have ironed out all 1' the 1935-36 winter season.It out I'! are always called brothers by the:; luncheon giving the story of the COMPLETE SHOWING Special Silk: Sale MondayWe RATES ..ItA0.1.pFLAGLER .4.. per Heavy yard Quality.....- on.Flat Crepe ate
I has rapidly spread I people of Cuba. i j speakers to the world.At .
'... : Printed Mercerized
:-:01- ;
it said. pieces
major details, was and now occupies practically the I At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the hotel Royal Palm,,. Own- have the largest silk 1) Tweed, looks like Silk. 3 yds.

Many minor matters remain J'entire 500 block on Thomas street audience was given! the committee!1 cr-Manager! Moraq made copies of, READY"'SHOES-.WEAA and I stock in Key West. Note our tIS ..... :for $1.00
special Monday prices!
I and is a "little village" in itself. John Sabates head of the : the story of the committee's visit I Y.'I M.b..d.III tkm ; New shipment Ladies' Handbags
to be settled, and conferences -j The club is managed by Mr. i Iby I I Cuban Tourist Commission, influential -. and gave them to representativesof for Ladies, Misses, Girls .and The Kurli Crepe, all l. colors l -.. .-... I all colors .. $1.00I
-d 4
All SPECIAL .. .. ... -
Boys. at PRICES I per yard 5Oe .......
Albino Morales familiar ---- -- I
will be continued, it.;. and Mrs I member of the chamber of the press in order that no time, Saturday and Monday. GAIAG I ........, JUST RECEIVED NEW
t ly known as "Pena" and is a I commerce and guiding member of ; of the committee be taken up $1.25 Criss Cross Silks, at -.... I SHIPMENT VAN RAALTE
was added, though some favorite spot for visitors, as well Havana Rotarians. ,I with details which might interfere -I Visit the store where I per yard .". 98c IATES11.GDoN.WEST UNDERWEAR.
f I QUALITY MERCHANDISE: ; is i'siik; t"d
members of the delegationmay as residents to spend enjoyable I I Mr. Sabates world-wide traveler ;i with the routine of their', sold at POPULAR PRICES. $1.35 Caracul 89e I PALM B EAcH;. O.r Horn Good Department
evenings. It has a spacious dance I educated in the United States, visit. When time came to leave, $1.15 Shooting Star Silks Silks Offer Reduced Price

return home at the end floor, large and comfortable i I I and, England, who has a host of i;| Mr. Malone and Mr. BervaldiI ;'I placed JUST on RECEIVEDand sale at Low at per yard ____. ........_... 98c 1 j Monday in Curtain Goods,

of this week. porches and is elegantly furnish I friends in this country, was en-;i I were informed they had no obll- Prices: $1.00 per Coconut....Silks.... ...,......on...,sale 85c '?s w++ t+.ae..a I Tapestries tarns; Draperies., Ready-Made Pillow Cases.I fur.
ed.A thusiastic over the idea of using:, Rations! there, that courtesies extended Boys' Short Pants Suits with r.ariik. I rl. 't taasJr 51 ott--( i'reton.N. Etc.EVERYTHING .
ABO INSURANCE genial barkeeper is always on; to the visitors included .... .. 95c Canton Crepe, i
have .
| influence to I'hipm'ntsbetween Coats -.4. S9c to $2.50 ,
concoct I i every I at. -...... ... .__. .... .... 65c I ; RtOtTED
The matter of insurancefor band at the bar to any the United States and those of the hotel and services Boys* 3-piece Long Pants I
J drink called for by patrons of the Cuba through the port of Key :. rendered. : Suits .. "._:. .**.___..... $5.90 $1.15 Flamingo Silks on sale
"; -
..._._.....,. ._.. 95e
the bridges, to protectthe t club. Good music is main feature at per yard ,
a West and to do everything to have I Mr.. Malone closed his intervjcw' : Boys' and(Girls' Sweaters ..._
of the place. with the statement that he considered .. .. ._ .' $1.25 Friskara Silks on sale GEORGE WASHINGTON STORE OF FASHION
government's invest the railroad facilities provided to i I ., : 5010 $Z.50Ladies'
? at ..._.... .. .................. $1.00 ..... ... ... ....
make this the mission. an absolute add I 10 wMk 4 5I.
ment, is causing some trou- Subscribe to The Citizen UOc' possible. unqualified succcis. :,' All-Wool I Sweaters, Colors include White. Pottery 0..r de. ..........,.....- .Cit,.'* Leading Ladle Store:
Emphatic Statement I at ._.....-_...... $1-00 Victorian Garnet, r.er sd-Iw. -...-......t.
ble, but is by no means in- weekly. I He was emphatic in his state- Mr. Essquinaldoremanied in lfii'-] Chlldr n'. f.! Coats. 2 to 16, Peacock Navy, Ruby? and Guardsman tAIUSUOaJ*. GARAGE m.kao. I. APPELROUTH
vnaa for further contacts with from .... $3.50 .
,t.- up
surmountable, in Mr. Wil- Ickes will send the project to ment that shipments of perkhables be-- '[other officials and organizations: Little 'Boys''Coats. 2 to 8.... Blue. ; -" Jt :,':. I

cox's opinion. .A complete if he I much of which passes i j and is expected to return nett ......._....... 'S3.CO and $3.95 OTHER SPECIALS FOR ---.- ---
the President who tween these two countries, should week. MONDAYOne
I i New. Russian' Tunic Blouses
recheck of all previous traffic I approves/will/: send it backto Inot have to suffer by long hauls: | _-. case of 150 Single
i' when Key West was so much neater For Councilman NEW SILKS ON SALE Blankets, regular 75c, on
studies is also being] Ickes for 'preparation and than any other port. J 25 pieces'' $1.25 and $1.35 sale for ......................._ 50c
I Mr. Sebates is also an enthusiast -, F. F. HOFFMAN 1 values. Canton Crepes, Satin $2.00 Regular! Heavy Double
made to show clearly the
execution of
a about the Atlantic Coastal I Back Failes Tripple Sheer Blankets on sale at "_. $1.50 Extra of The
t extent of economic justification -.Whether the report will be Highway! to Key West, by ferry to kJ.rkee.vtlle'. sedlag .t.1" C rdetier U-$lding.' Friendship 81x99 Three-Year Guarantee Copies CitizenI

for the bridges.The forwarded: .to the Presidentat I,I Cuba and to South American! THE SEMINOLE Back Crepe, AeceUte Satin: Nub' RashaneryCrebe Crepe I Sheets, on sale at .____ $1.00 i
I. countries. The future means much i Black and White Wash Dresses.
tentative approvals Hyde Park, or held in for this highway! and its, continuation -iI I iI S'1I on Ie', Celeney Taffeta. all sizes 48 to 54 ............ $1.00 CONTAINING THEQUALIFIED

which have been secured, Washington awaiting his return -, and the only logical point to I a t'.....T ... .......... .-- QQC $3.50 Children's Silk Dresses I
1 the United States is through on sale Monday at "'h. $2.98
leave I oi
: New Evening; Dresses and
subject to production of has not been decided, it} Key West. I yys t, Sandals. Outing Flannel all colors, on

satisfactory plans, are on the was The Key Westers attended the sr s ttJaeks New Evening Bags and Accessories sale Monday at per yard lOc LISTMAY
I luncheon! of Havana Rotarians Full Fashioned Silk Hose,

basis of a federal loan to'I ....said.POLITICAL...... 12:30 o'clock Thursday and there SALE'ON DRESSES sale regular at ___.75c. ___....nh.value..__.,.. 59c on
through the PWA, of not the enthusiastic receptions given MONDAYSeason's
such as to make 25c New Fall Tweeds on sale
visitors was
exceed $6,000,000, accord- the Smartest SilkJQresses. at per yard ....nmmn.h___.. 20c BE OBTAINED AT
them feel as if they were at- $5.00 value _......... $3.88
ing to Mr. Wilcox the tending a luncheon at home ex- .ville Fi.rfaI $6.00 ,\'\&luo.---: .&& Broadcloth, all colors on sale
as ANNOUNCEMENTS I CUA9 B. GRI ER. M..gevI at per yard __ .__._.m... lOc
$7.00 l $5.88SHOES
vaW' i.
plans are shaping up, the I Bermuda Meat MarketFat I I A, human, home-like institution lacUUaali I! .CoIn ,. : .rr l j seiecttonl. 40 inch Heavy Slip Satin, at
!where you will find yrar .arfy 'lf .
f'I u : I per yard __ .... 50c The Citizen Office5c
rmfrt and entertainment a matter *
actual loan should be "very I CIT ELECTION NOVEMBER *i-Grown Hens f '
of Importance.
great_ LARcEti"slliiwrn'G I
12. 1935 Fryers. 2 to 3 Ibs. : -o-
close to the $6,000,000limit. ........................ Genuine Spring Lamb I A ftttt flrr r*.f ..tUlaaleate* A personally' selected stock I DRESSES, IN THE NEW

." "- tU I ,* For Mayor Fat Heavy Western Meat :j i !. the lean t1.. etty of the sale!aeaso4! at Wfl-s'/0 newest r styleson : FOOTBALL COLORS ON

DR. H. C. GALEYFor $I. 8': 'J$2.ouZ.95.; $3.50 I SALE MONDAY, AT $3.95.
The report of the PWA Phone 861-W Free Delivery : Every Room with Combination Tub a
Sunday I I and Shower Bath, Radio ElectrW and:'$3:95: I SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.I copy
We open and deliver I Iu 1 k
investigating divisions will Mayor I i Ceiling Fan Slat Door for SummerVentilation
mornings ". Comfortable Beds with I
go to Secretary Ickes, prob- WM. H. MALONEFor I, Mattresses of Inner Spring Coo ,
strnction and Individual Reafe _.
Reelection I
ably early next week and Ing Lamps. .
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.......................a For CouncilmanDR. Gable-Jean Harlow. ru R__.. 'rtirat* BathRMMB. _Stack__ r.l'.I'Ar.l'.I.I'I'.I'.I'.A1TI.I"IIII.lJ1ALL !\
ARMANDO COBO Wallace Beery in .<. Private Ita h4o _
CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN -- n__.. Private Bath 3.51
CHINA SEAS :.. R_m.. Private Bath 3.51.
For Councilman Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orches 10 Sample n__.. Private Bath ....
: i I Pena PlaceKey KEY WESTERS

........................ For Councilman 1 ------- West's Most

WANTED Con ptete NightClub

WANTED-in Girl's good! condition.second handblc'clc Apply -I For CouncilmanJIM ROBERTSFor I D. ARONOVITZ I Invites,' you to pay W% Have friends living somewhere else, who areS S

The Citizen office. it a visit interested in KEY WEST. Bring %

'nl>v2-tf City Councilman DEPARTMENT STORE I TONICHTor
I any night k your copy of the S
MISCELLANEOUS -' MEN'S AND BOYS' DE- EntertainmentDancing

For Police JusticeT. Ladies' Juniors'. and Little PARTMENTGirls' Over i
AGENT 5 5to
For Fruits and Vegetables S. CARO Dresses to suit :any size We submit for your approval .Key'West Sunday Star; l iI I
t person. Large variety o. the most outstanding Sea !
Meats Eggs Etc.E. RefreshmentsEverything I
Fall shades blues, I 3 .
new lines of Clothing! for little fel-
C. GRIFFIN For Chief of Police
rust. black
preens browns lows and students and Men'sClothing for the
1020 S. W. 9th Ave." MYRTLAND CATES I etc. silks and woolens; the ever shown in the comfort of its I It S the Office and we will L mail it_to any, S j
Miami Florida finest and: largest assortment city. All sizes to fit most i ;;. *.\i'f
oct31-3U For Captain of Police in the Ity.- any style person. BeautifulSKIRTS patrons S address in the U. S.
ALBERTO CAMERO I AND SWEATERS new Fall shades Grays t r ,
for Juniors and Misses. Blues Browns. Etc POPULAR Y
For Captain of Police I Blacks. 'Browns. Greens. Etc PRICES. W FREE OF CHARGE !
ly renovated. Modern conven ROBERT J. LEWIS DRESSES, COATS. Etc. to SHIRTS AND BLOUSESsuit S
iences. 529 Simonton street. "Bo1.1.," alL largest variety of patterns

oct29-6t,1 .,i LARGEST ASSORTMENT and qualities--all new for Key West Sunday%
HOUSEHOLD GOODS IN Fall. Most any new: shade de- r'S _
WANT TO RENT, house, larg PALACE I THE CITY. siredPrices to suit alL

or small. Apply 303 Whitehead Clark I Large variety oZ styles and SHOES On Sale At Your News Deale /
street. oct31-3 t;: Gable-Loretta Young, shades in Drapery. Curtains, Large assortment of Men's (
Jack Oakie in Bed Spreads Sheets. PillowCases and Boys' Shots in Blacks: & Delivered To Your Home i k\1:<> \
Towels tlc: Prices to Bn/wiia and Combinations. t
}IE\"r. with garage. Apply 82:;' suit every pocketbook. Narrow toes and wide toes. I
Matineat 1 .25c -- .
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