The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00348
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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 11, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00348
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For Associated Best 65 Interests Years Service.Freu of Key Day.t'dtoth.West Wire 1 ] "jjg" 1!tp:; Wczt ((1t13cn t t, "+ ", I I most range country Key West equable of; only with Florida weather 14"an Fahrenheit, average has in the the t

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EVERYTHING IN ELECTION 1111111.1.RETURNSAT Scene Of Initial Red Cross Enrollment ARMY CABLE SHIP j, Perilously Long Supply Line

,ate I In
our: Ethiopia Seen By British
DAY In accordance with its o :

usual custom. The Citiaea I I VESSEL COMES FROM PANAMA -

will tomorrow night post the I AND TAKES BERTH :1 As Italy's Outstanding Worry

LARGE NUMBER OF VOTERS returns of the day' electionon ? r I i I:
a bulletin board in frontof ; AT PORTER'DOCK
WILL GO TO POLLS TOMOR. the office, showing the.ta.di.C t I '! -

of the various can I rI.r.IIF..I'I'.I'I".I'
ROW TO CAST BALLOTS FOR didates at different intervalsas I>- Arriving in port this morningwas I EVELIO I Single Break In Line Of

RESPECTIVE CANDIDATES the votes are tabulated in ... MARTINEZE \
the U. S. Army cable ship- E Communications May
t I
the various precincts.An mine layer, General Wm. M. KINGFISH

invitation i is extended Graham from Cristobal Panama. Terminate In Great

Tomorrow will usher in a day the public to come around e $ 4 .aw 7.___ The ship berthed at the Porter t!( Evelio Martinez .has the
and join The Citizen's Dock for fuel oil and distinction of catching one
of excitement and anticipation.Polls Change Of Situation
"party," which i i. a regular supplies.! I of the first kingfish this sea-
will be opened for the election
event on election night. F son. It weighed 35 pound
of city officials of Key West This is not the first visit of the I and was a fine specimen (0, A.__...... Ihrsst
s.r. vessel to Key West aw it was here By CHESTER
candidatesand .4T.I'.I'.IT,.A : In with
and adherents of the company
in 1931 l going$ north for overhaulThe I LONDON, Nov. 11.
Darrell Lowe jr., Mrs. Lowe,
will do I
the voters
qualified object of this voyage northis
their all to get their favorites CRIMINAL COURT for the same and overhaul and i I Miss Marguerite Martinez I nized by British military strata
and Miss Mary Rodriguez Mr.
elected. ., repairs will be done at Fortress gists here a* the greatest weaknessin
I, Martinez was out on Captain
There areon the election books CONVENED TODAY; .B a' Lo_'* launch "William" any Italian effort to subjugate
First Lieutenant V. M. Kimm
r the names of aboit 2,825 qualified Post" yesterday.
U. S. A., is in command of the Ethiopia i i. the perilously thin and
voter and' U is anticipated that JURY IS DRAWN Graham preferred the courtesiesof They were trolling in. the
I vicinity of the Western Dry dangerous long ""fin of Italian
at least 90.percent of these will the ship; to The Citizen when a .
Rocks and Sand Key. Muttonfish
goto: .'thetpoHs, to exercise their I call was made this morning and communication
rights of suffrage. MAKES UP I entertained his visitor with inter- grouper
and barracuda, 34 of the latter Modernizing theaoldTadag. tat
On the ballot will be found the I esting stories of the lives and

name of 47 candidates. Of these REGULAR ,AND SPECIAL customs of the San Bias Indians fish were caught and army move on itt.t maiV, ...-
then the kingfish. la.
almost one half, 22, are aspirantsfor I who dwell in Panama. .
VENIRE FOR PROCEEDINGSOF Fishermen doubted the r. here point out the'+ almost
the office of councilman. Five lie showed the visitor a numberof ;
authenticity of the catch
of these are standing for reelection NOVEMBER TERM photographs depicting scenes in as staggering problem of transport
it i i. well known that not untila
the other 17 are entries in THE STATE OF FLORIDA BEGINS ITS AMERICAN RED CROSS ROLL CALL FOR 50.000 I and around Panama, many of cold spell are kingfish communication and supply in.

the race for political preferment.An MEMBERSHIPS. GOVERNOR DAVID SHOLTZ ENROLLS THE FIRST MEMBER. (L to R) Governor which are of great interest. One l caught in these'watera. However I Ii
addition to the candidatesfor I of the shows of volved in Mussolini's East African
Criminal court convened this David Sholtz Geo. E. Lewis, Mrs. John McIntosh. secretary of Leon County Chapter and scenes ; a group i they were convinced

council there are two for morning 10 o'clock with Judge J. I A. H. Robert, c airm the Leon County Chapter, American Red Cross. Indian children, one of whom is when Mr. Martinez displayedthe campaign.
mayor two for city clerk two for n.f I in Albino. Quite a few of these!
chief of police, six for captain of Vining Harris presiding. County .. __ I Albinos have been found among I prize beauty. I' A single break in this long liner

Solicitor Allen B. Cleare Jr., I the Indians lieutenant said.i or communications, which stretches -
night police one for treasurer, ," .1'1.1 II..IT..I'.I

one for tax collector-assessor,I Clerk C. Sam B. Curry and Chief KEY WEST -JOINS IN GENERAL :I ALIEN ARRIVED I -.. ---- -- _._- ; back from Eritrea nearly 3-

three for police justice, three for: Deputy Bernard Waite present. I ................................................ j turn 000 miles a victorious to Italian march ports of, black-might
election commissioner four I. j
years As has been the custom in the OBSERVANCE OF ARMISTICE DAY ABOARD STEAMER
shirts into the
term; five for election commissioner -i I stupendous debacle

two years term. ', past court was opened with prayer .- -- --- ----- i Old Fort Jefferson Defies The WindsBy : of*a retreat of 2&9,06 starving

Those interested in their can-] Rev. Shuler Peele, of Fleming Key West joined today with( j'I thirsty men

didatea will watch the returns tomorrow Street Methodist church offeringthe i I STR. CUBA HAS II' DEPORTED TRAVELLER ORDERED I Suez Canal Called Vital

night as they are postedon invocation. codstries I j Up to Eritrea the line or sup

the bulletin boards in front of Judge lIarris then drew from niversary of the signing of J RETURNED TO ( FRANCES SMITH DEAN) I plies stretches through peace:'uk'
The Citizen office.SIXTEEN and: Armistice.At I 38 PASSENGERSI HIS HOME i.a.! .- .- .a..e..e.,,.- ....................... friendly waters and country l provided -
the box a regular venire of 18 I t
I 10 a. m., the day's programwas When the recent hurricane guns SO to a side, were calleJ for I J{ the servers believe such a
venire of 22 jurors a -
a special would turn the East Airican
ushered in here with parade i I | step
ARRIVEON a swept the Keys of Florida, at I I
in the original plans. It still ranks j
total cf 40 to serve during into of
I campaign a
i which formed at the intersection I ARRIVED THIS MORN- Manuel Alfredo Valero, alien; least one group of residents rest :I the fort
as greatest aH-masonry i iir .
session. I cf Greene and Whitehead streets,) i ed safe behind ramparts that : j rout.
BOARD PLANE Those on the v regular venireare I to Navy Field where a' full 'day.ticeaii.iti.was. )1 INC FROM TAMPA EN- arrived in Key West this morningvia I I defied tropical storms for!I the Western lIem .pl cre. In j j At Eritrea. however, Mussolini'.1

: -AfburyT-'Eail( of.i .-li ren I*" 'ROUTETD": HAVANA- **1 j Ta"7r'f''ittw1iKi'i' '' Vf V.-and* ]Thad l fO 1'score "yarS." They-wereth "I l8G0itwasMill'antempletel j real peak .f knjiiii his line

Fred : under sponsorship of the Ameri-I jj| left for Havana on the S. S. Cuba FERA workers assigned to the Due to the strategic importance '! of supplies open through enemy
Fernando Chile
FIFTEEN LEAVE YESTERDAY Adams, C..1 Legion, assisted by the Recreation -I j{I continue from the Cuban cap- task of restoring one of the most I r attached to the position, an artil- i j country, begins. It is well bt-
Taylor, R. C. Skelton George F. Department of the Key iital I yond 500 miles from Asmara toi
curious lery sent fn.m Boston
his journey to Santo.Domionico. military monuments<<: un. : was
AFTERNOON EN ROUTETO Kemp, Alfredo Barroso E. C. West Administration. I Steamship Cuba of the P. and Addis Ababa-and the routtlies:
I I ,',_ der the American flag-the aban- in January 1861, to garrison it. '
a : !
Gomez, Douglas Anderson Herman I Participating in the parade j' O. S. S. company arrived this '. doned Fort Jefferson, now under j J II armaments being shipped from ,| through swamp and across deserts : -

MIAMI I F. Roberts, Charles G. Papy, I were the drum and bugle corps of I j morning from Tampa with seven i!! The traveller was deported bei the National Park Service which I:;! Fort Taylor, Key West. | high mountains add deri

Lain Dobbs Charles W. Knowles the American Legion, Key Wes I i| first class and five second class: i I J cause of being an undesirable the Government ii i testoring as a I j i Three days after',Fort Sumtei !|{ canyons. Use of wheeled vehicles
i Junior Patrol, Junior Patrol drum ', passengers for Key West; 23 first j i alien. I1'case was handled al national monument. and a' via ting J' was fired upon (April} -14' 1861)), i i j through this country is impossible, .
There 16 arrivals and 15 James Hyde John C. Lord, John I
were be
I prWJuld accomplished -
I and bugle American Red point for tourists: Colonel Brown, comiiianding the i[land
corps i and three second Ellis Island, New Yor -and his ,
class |j
departures the passenger and : ,
on Lw Ogden, Franklin Carey and I passengers Florida : only atter-yeart of labor by
Cross and Fire Department. r "The Americ. rl 'Gibraltar" was Federal forces in addressed -
mail plane yesterday be- I for Havana. I II | deportation papers made out there !i Italian rejjti'and bridge buiMtrsj ,
I William M. Ellsworths I II With the City aquatic team the proud nickname given to this : a tommunfcation to :Ma-j;Ii
tween Miami and Key West, as On the special venire are: J. G. leading the Army by the narrow I|' The"CSfet: also t brought 19 i j ordering him returned'_ to? his home Fort in the days when it was the jor Arnold, commandant of Fort j j I Afoot. s nT upon mules horse
follows: Joe magin of "nine points, the aquatic -tons of freight and 187 sacks of I in the Dominican- Republic.I southernmost of our system of Jefferson, declaring \that its ire +!|j, and caraeis-M_SBolini must be propared -
Piodela Jr., Charles S. Lowe,
Incoming: Joseph Mixon Fred-1 I meet was postponed on rain. A mail for Key Wes; two tons of ]I I I national defenses lying at the j' portance could hardly be over-es- j!i to stove supplies along this
erick Eberthare, Darwin Haines, Valenzuela, J. S. Dongo, T. L. perilous route toward the Ethiopian -
crowd estimated at 300 persons I edge of the tropics.: Modern timated and that Major Arnold'spost : i,'
Bernard H. B. Sinnett! Rob- I freight and 148 sacks of mail for!i JOSEPH FRAGA i '{' Everfoot of the
Starke Adams T. Jeliison Johnson, i capital
gathered at the submarine base': I II |I armament rendered the massive might "not improperly be 'I'
Antonio Canalejo Joseph: Diver. ert L Morton, Milton A. Baker, bathing pool to witness the water Havana. '''walls a menace rather than a protection .I considered the Gibraltar of Amer 'I ground is certain to be contestedby !

Sted Cunbie William Beehler,I John A. Carey,'Wm. B. Knowles events to which comedy was add-I Ferry Palma arrived from I GOING TO TAMPA'I to the def ndei-R. So the ica." As a matter of fact, Fort 1 I savage fighters, challenging\

Albert Shirer. Robert Unkrich,' i Thaddeus ed by the pranks played by Port Everglades yesterday morn moat surrounding the Fort was II Jefferson throughout the war not alone the army vanguards but;
Anita Burr, M.\ P. Harris Mrs.\ M. j I Gates. Henry E. Russell "Bananas" Marquezvho por-ling with i Flocked with sharks when as a tween the States, although be-I'I|{,I the thousands of troops': who must
two of water for I.
P. Harris Domingo Gutierrez, !! Herbert Davis, Frank Varela cars j 1be j left at periodic intervals to
trayed the role of "water clown"This J the Casa Marina and left the I military prillOn, it became a sort I the boundaries of the Confederacy -I.
Jake Alexander. Wm. G. L. Knowies George B. :i in : Joseph M. Fraga, who has been guard the tine of supply.
afternoon, with the sun :afternoon with 18 more of the of Devil's Island. These sharks : remained in Federal posses
f Park Paul W. Howard
Outgoing: Domingo Gutierrez, Roberts again shining, a track meet .as {': cars which in the ofi I;! in the employ of the local West- served to were yards sion.It
Albury, T., C. Watknis Dewey G.
Albert Shirer, Frederick Ebcr- held at Navy Field, followed by aba..eball the Florida East Coast Railway i I! crn Union Telegraph Company ,i hope of escape cherished was made a Federal prison I Military experts nay that foi
.thare, Sted Cumbie. Joseph Diver Buckley. Carlos Cramata Raymond game. i by the prisoners. Now the moatis in 1863 and here among other every man an army has on tic
j i office for the past nine and
company. ,
Anita Burr Robert Unkrich. Paul Johnson. Tonight four amateur fights I'arrott years but another item in the charmof political prisoners: and suspected I firing line, there must be ten be-
Smoak, May Ferns John Kanz, After drawing the juries tie }' Ferry arrived this who was recently promoted temporarily hind the lines to supplies
keep J
will draw the crowd to Navy from the old structure. Fort Jefferson spies languished Doctor Mudd,
| morning Port ;
Oscar Lounders. Cleo Brown, judge announced! theenires will vergI.&deswith I as clerk, will leave tomorrow I I Tlujs
Field. Emory Blackwell and j', three now is only a ricturesqu the luckiest physician of Southern coming up. ratio mast automatically -
cars water for the
Allan Knowles II. B. Sinnett,: be returnable 10 o'clock Monday "Pimpey" Rojas will meet in the i Hotel Casa Marina over the highway for ruin set in shimmering water Maryland who unwittingly assisted be i increased in Ethiopia
Edgar Starke. morning, November 18, at which nu.in The veteran | and one cari beneath which lies of the John Wilkes Booth by the staggering. difficulties of
I time the docket for the session go. Bobby i of meats. The fe!rry will leave Tampa where he will make his one to escape I
Waugh and "Young Pelican." !:about I suture home. greatest marine gardens in the Unaware of his patient's identity nature and lack wf wwiocp trans-
C o'clock with for ,
will be sounded. A recess until cars *
PLAN REMOVING' I : who hare fought close to 50 Port Evergiades.NEW He has secured I world. At least; 600 varieties offish I Mudd seJ Booth's broken leg, thus port. fjf "
that date announced. position
was bouts against each other, will' I as are known to exist here becoming involved although innocently An index to what the Italian

meet in the semi-final. i I usher with a theater in Tampa t among them the tarpon gamestof I in the conspiracy to assassinate may expect. is encountered in a

CARPENTER SHOP For Henry F. SaundersThere The day's activities will be i, ARRIVAL ATAnnouncement and his many friends regret to salt-water fish. Abraham Lincoln. Lat. survey of the eBmjifm directedby

are a number of friendsof brought to a close tonight with the I'' sec him leave. The members of I Fort Jefferson was one of a I j er, in 1867 when a scourge' of General Sir Robert !Napier who

Henry F. Saunders who have annual Armistice Day Ball at the ,, HOME WATSON\ i the company also;; express regret- series of southeastern coast defenses I yellow fever broke out at Fort defeated Emperor Theodore in

EQUIPMENT OF RAILROAD given the matter of his candidacyfor Habana-Madrid Club. I i at his proposed departure, as it is i constructed by the United Jefferson and every official phy- the Anglo-Ethiopian war of 1$67-

the office of city clerk a It is hoped that the aquatic shotrn! that he has made a very I States in the first half of the last sician and most of the officers 1868.
OUTFIT MADE READY FOR great deal of consideration and meet will be completed at a future good record in his: capacity with century. Its colossal mas, bastioned I had succumbed, Dr. Mudd becamethe At that time armies needed few

SHIPMENT TO MIAMIC. i thought, and have come to the date possibly next Sunday. has been made I the local branch f and moated rises from saviour of the prison population of the supplies necessary today

conclusion that: Winners of the water events of the birth of a son to Mr. and I Garden Key, one of the Dry Tor- by volunteering his professional and Napier moved away from the

1 I He is an able and conscientious held are: I Mrs Julius Wat-on at their home, I TO THE CITIZENS OF tugas group in the Gulf of Mex f services. For this altruism! Red Sea with 42.000 soldiers, and

I citizen of Key West who is fully Fifty-yard dash Johnson. I 1121 Varefa street, on Friday. I KEY ico. When it was commenced-in be was eventually pardoned : about 19.8OO bag ge carriers and

E. Yates chief carpenter qualified to fill the position to Army first; Dexter Wood. City, The new arrival which weighedten WEST: 1846. its position was considered I The year 1873 saw the aban- men of all work.

with the P. and O. S. S. Company.:I which he aspires, having had experience -, second; Powell, City, third. I pounds has been given the j!!: I have been Mayor for nearly I of vast strategic importance., donment of Fort Jefferson as an He reached and stormed Majc-

is making preparations to move along lines which have} Four hundred-yard free style- I name of Bruce Grey Watson j II'three! years. Trade routes for American shipping active unit in our national defenses dala with only 3,500 men. leas

the carpenter shop to Miami and fitted him for the office.If Harding. City, first; Powell! I I I have given you a faithful and lay through the Straits ot I but during the Spanish- than 10 per cent of his original

is getting equipment packed for, elected he will prove a courteous City second; Johnson, Army!: efficient administration. Florida past these coral keys. I American War in 1898, troop strength. The rest were claimed

shipment. t and capable city clerk, always third. CHANGE MADE IN I The city's indebtedness has Construction lagged from ib I were stationed there because of by rigors of the campaign, enemy

Orders were issued some! time: on time and ready and will One hundred-'yard, free style-I I been reduced nearly onefourthof very inception. The necessary its proximity to Cuba. ;| attacks, or strung back along the

ago to move the shop, with saws, ing to give of his knowledge to Dexter Wood. City, first; Hard LIGHTS ON COASTThe a million dollars. labor was enormous. comprising Accessible both by water and long!' line to the base.

planers lathes and other machinery -, those who need assistance in ing. City second; Johnson Army Key West, my home town, has among other items the transpor I airplane from the Florida mainland The history of this campaign

and everything will be in transacting the business which third.Fiftyyard I had my entire effort. tation of 50,000,000 bricks ani l and from the Cuban coast leads English!' observers to believe

readiness for shipment on the: must pass through his office. backstroke-Smith, If I am re-elected, I will con- many tons of iron, granite and I though 90 miles distant Fort Jefferson that if Italy moves 2!>O.flOO men

Steamship Florida! Wednesday; We, as his admirers and having Army. first; Archie, Lowe. High United States Lighthouse j tinue the same efforts for the cement down the coast rom New seems destined to become out of Eritrea I less than 2">.OOO

night. i belief in his efficiency and School, second; Del. Wood Department announces that Port i I' people of Key West perf erring York and Philadelphia-1.50(1 I one of the showplaces of the ever would reach Addis Ahaba.

Asked how many of the em-', ability to perform the duties of third. CitY'1 I Everglades Range Front and Rear always our own people but with miles-by sailing vessels. Thai Gulf. Those who weft it and stay There they would face a prpcario'i! .

ployes would.be transferred to; the office, will center on his election Girls (exhibition) I LiJhlsere replaced November 9 j hospitality and courtesy for the grim walls!, hexagonal in design. :; overnight may thank the ex-serv- fate. dependent upon the tmntrth

:Miami Mr. Yates replied that he t tomorrow in the hopes that dash!' -Anita Berkowitz first;!I on temporalstrudares.. I visitor and a fair deal for the each 450 feet long and CO feet ice men whose labors, made possible of their enemies in that sector and f

had not received instructions as: he will be victorious. Dorothy Bear, second; Eloise i The front structure is twenty: temporary resident but Key West- high rose from a moat protectedby under the FERA projects, the ability of the men they left

to who _'oul,11 go but expected noti- A GROUP OF FRIENDS. Guito. third. I i feet high, and the rear is fifty era firstnovilit a sea wall. Three rows cl [I have provided modern comforts behind to keep food ammunition,

fication within a short time. I I (Paid olticaltdvprti.. mpnt) Official standing-City, 23;I feet high, it is stated with BO! WM- II. MALONE. ieagfdm.S I medicine clothing and even water
other made.
Army, 14; High_School,-.3.:_ r I Doming forward.

the Ballot-
I Vote for the first Roberts on WILLIAM\ H. For City Councilman
the office of W. P. ARCHER s the list-- and I -Vol. For-
POLICE JUSTICE 25 Volunteer Firema
1l 1! I For Council man- CONCEJAL I year a Concejal!
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Published Daily Ex-ept Sunday By Your Privilege-Your Right-Your I Our Glorious Dead ::io I am the oldest business in this DEAR ONE
Tim CITIZEX: PI-UI.a.-*n o, ixc.I ;
P. A KT-M.. Hr*.Me.t I Duty. ................................5..e.....a |I' town; I
JOE ALLE.'. Antetar B..t.... M..a..r If there should be started a movement -, i i Old mills have been abandoned; .......................e..s..e..a..e.... I
In Flanders Field
they .glee> tonight
From The .illicit BulldlnrCorner I persist. ; (Dedicated to those who mad the Supremo Sacrifice
to I )
deprive the citizens of
Key West that
I Those went forth to fight for right. I
and Ann =t.eets
Greene Old houses, old hotels of great renown Sleep and dream Dear One, in your narrow bed,
of their right to vote; that movement Beneath the poppy with its blush of red, 1 I
But dream not of the blood sfced.
Only Dally Newnpaper .&1 Key Boat an* Monroe would be resisted to the death and A benediction seems to shed over its glorious dead. .. I you \
County. rightlyso. Have gone their ways, but I, I Rather let your dream be of such as these
Dt..d at Key West, Florida: as second dan matter And row on row each cross of white still exist; Murmuring doves in leafy trees t
---rn..r-:-I\fH-1KAHMrmfcrr : That privilege, which our fathers won Bought at the cost of a precious life. Upon my inky pages there appears Above you there in quiet ntjrht

of th;;"'AaMetetvC Hr*.. lor us through long generations of fortitude As over the top these brave youths went, ? The this I I Where a crescent moon hangs low and bright. i I
story place throughout
the Aiaociated Press t. ezclnslTely auUtled to sac and for which they even gave their For God and country they were sent. in t lt
tar rcr-V>.eatloa of all newa d'.patc*-a credited to the years. i Sleep and dream, Dear On, of stars that) gMw. .
jt Ar not otherwise credit' In thia paper an'* alao i.ves like men, would not be lightly surrendered And aching hearts that loved
the local heroNATIONAL Far from home and friend dear I .". you ;
mete published so I
_. by the present generation whichis .. I told of youth and "'ar. of girls Sleep and dream Dear One of a bird that gags, \
They gave their lives that we need not fear who wed .
also of .1 j And his song is carried on a wind that Wi 1
lCI" i IAL composed men and women in nowise For our precious country, we hold so dear. r gs 1
f. ASSOC .ION! Of rich and poor alike of thief Remembrance of those other ,.ears.'hen ,
( / inferior to their ancestors. As long as the stars and stripes unfold
C/lernliet. I )3 SSSltlIIIi'TIU and sage, x \\ you were young and knew no fears.
And yet we see a large portion of the I I To the morning sun, and its setting in gold ell
... I And how they lived--though most Sleep and dream. Dear One, where poppion i
H" ;:" grew
Una Tear .. _. .. ... HO 09 electorate failing to claim their privilege, Brave;, hearts will keep tune to the beat of the drum, of them are dead i And dream dreams of the
? -- your long -
FIT Month ,,::. :,__ .::: -.=. -==-: 6.00Zam : When the call of our country says come. I while ageless I of the aga (t. I
Months the to demand their right, and utterly remissin am present Sleep and dream Dear One of oH VerhriB,

!One Weekly Month.-..___._..._ .26.20 the performance of their duty. Flanders tonight is calm and still. j t s Man's varied age;acts have always With its opal dawns and mists of rain. \ '!
Sleep and dream. Dear One, of the
ADVERTIf RATES Tomorrow, November 12, the citizensof Not like the Flanders that gave you thrill. been my text- But surging., ,
dream Dear One
of me-of me.
Hade known on application. Key West will face the duty of providing No more the tramp of tired feet What happened long ago and MARIE CAPPICK. \.i

No more the sighs from hearts of what cornea next., .
SPECIAL: XOT't"F grief.
for the welfare of the city, the pros- Key West, Florida
All reading notices, cards of -.ants. '_laU.Da of So they laid you away in Flanders Field, I
the respect rat., obituary of 10 cent notices a lima etc-:, will be charged for at perity of its merchants, the protection of As the shadows of evening began to steal. Though I am old in truth I still Armistice Day, 1935in ;

Notices for entertainments by cuv.-chs: from whicha its women and children, and all of the Sleep on, oh Soldier! So brave and true, ran say --.
revenue Is to !... derived are ,S cents a line. Nothing can be so nearly up-to-
The .:"it lien Is an open forum a T" Invites cU euB- I larger and better living which depend While above you waves your own Red; White and Blue. idate. Rockbridge Co., Va. Died .
lon of public l.*.u June
Interest but it will not pnblisa anon.vmcus communications. upon the integrity and the ability of those: ANNA E. CORCOHAN Both yesterdays and morrows Ii 25, 1830. I Today's I
Historian, Arthur Sawyer" Post 28, Americjn Le jon. HoroscopeI
1 1I we choose to administer our governmentand Key West, Florida 'llurvey.-Of ne'er- o-wells and those of i' i. ........................
I I execute our mandates for the next two November 11, 1933 | 1781-Cyrus Alger South Bos
I high estate. j hour of birth will make
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KF 'FSTADVOCATED J ton Mass., iron-masted whose I a
.. I lived because I served, and still I
years.No -- ; works were the country's largest I great difference in the propensities -
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:: other obligation exists that is more shall live J 100 years ago, humane and enlightened I I of the native of this day. The
vision street celebrate the anniversary Because of all I have. to all
binding upon us than the one we face whenwe KEY WEST IN I Ij employer born at i!j best phase of It produces a watchful -
of her birthday. A formal 1 give!
Cridgewater, Mass. Died Feb.
1. Water and SeVoeuige. prepare to mark our ballots. Bristow Adanw.Today's brave, and wett-dtspo per.
reception will be held which will l 1856. 4'1
2. Bridges The man who condemns a Senator for DAYS GONE ..BYlfppfmimfi son who will face maser dangers
to complete Road to Main--\ be attended by 25 friends. Miss\ I........................ to set the in
feeding his relatives at the right its proper
land. public trough Her Just 10 YeanAgo Hortense I
Gomez her daughter, 3811-Ben McCulIoch, Texas plate. When the aspects are bad,
Today A. Take. FrontThe
is with that
S. Free Port. equally Senator, a traitor to the File Of The Citizen will assist in entertaining. I ranger captain in Mexican war,i an element of j ai.o y combined

interests of his community if he casts his Anniversaries Confederate general], born in with a vofapdMfcu temdency appears -

I 4. fHotelTarid Apartments. vote for candidate Lighted candles in gold candela : Rutherford Co.. Tenn. Killed in I which if allowed vent, may
5. Bathing Pavilion. a merely because he Today is Armistice Day. In I I brum and white roses in crystal I.......... ............. battle March 7. 1862.1836Thomas I[bring trouble especially in dealings .
likes him as a man, when a more efficient addition
to the
celebrations which
formed the
vases decorations i in with the opposite
1744 of sex.
-Abigail Adams wife i -
6. Land
Airports and
-- Sea.
more trustworthy candidate's name is upon are being held in commemorationof St. Paul's church last evening f one President and mother of another -I- I IBoston's

7. Consolidation of County and City the ballot. the day which brought to an when Miss Nina Phillips, daughter author of an interesting]: Bailey Aldrich Vt. Died in New York City, Oct.

I Governments.SIDELIGHTS. end the most terrible war in the of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Phil and valuable set of letters pie- | famed poet and novelist, ,((7, 1919.

No man, having taken the oath, required history of the world candidateswho lips. became the bride of Captain i tuning Revolutionary lays, born I iQoiney. j born at Portsmouth, N. II. Died ;i

before he may sit in judgment on won in the election yesterdayand Warren Watrous, Florida National jat Mass.. Oct. 28, 1818.i March 19, 1907. !i 1846.-Anna Katharine Green

his fellow man, faces a more solemn obli- their supporters are celebrating Guard son of Captain and : (Mrs. Charles R Mf. >), mystery
the various victories. Mrs.\ J. L. Watrous. The cere- i I 1771-Ephraim MtDowell: Pan-! 1&36-Henry :M. Alden noted II!I story writer, aut... of 27 novels

gation than'the man who enters the voting -- mony was read by Rev. C. R. D. i vine. Ky.. physician, world-pio-j editor of Harper's Magazine for]I M['born in Brooklyn.. N. Y. Died in

booth and .prepares to mark his ballot. Arthur Sawyer Post 28, American Crittenden, pastor of[ the church.>neer in abdominal surgery born j half a cenutry, born at Mt. Tabor Buffalo, N. Y. April 11. 1935.

We recognize the solemnity of the Legion, celebrated today, .. .
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'_'. ., ... ..
By MARCY B. D4RNALL, oath required of us before we may, actingin wnicn is Armisuce uay, With ain-
letic events and other forms of I ''r
Former Editor>> of The Key West CitizenA the capacity of jurors, sit in judgmentupon amusement and program. At I WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND

our fellow-men and decide for them salute of 21 I
noon a guns wasfired
Local Committee for Key West :
rather novel plea for an injunction the issues of life and death. at the army post. A baseball -

has been made by Joseph L. De La Not less solemn is the duty that Confronts o'clock game and was a football played game at 1 will:30 I- Date........_............--..--......-..........0.- 1 WHERE IT CAN HELP
Cour of the Illinois
Liquor Commission; in us on election day; the one day be started at 3:30 o'clock. Contestants I

Chicago. He asks the court *c enjoin his when we may best serve our community by will be the Lemon City I TO THE EDITOR: ', YOUR TOWN

wife from annoying him High School and Monroe County I I
Ly continually electing to office the who will
men serve
High School. Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the I
telephoning Him at his office. the community best. I
memory of one of our most beloved and useful
Our vote should be as free from feat ; :: Ii
votes in the
I citizens, I enclose herewith contribution of
Mrs Victoria Harmsworth, wife of a or favor as we expect the actions of these tion held in Key West my I i All :Modern Banking Facilities'
London shows Leslie A. Ourry ________...._.___.to the Will Rogers Memorial
metal polisher, will not surpriseher men to be when they assume the office Commercial and Savings Accounts
mayor by an overwhelming Fund. I understand.that this gift will be added to I
husband when she g'ves birth to quad- vnth which the electors have entrusted jority. Wallace Finder j a city I

ruplets at the Royal I see Hospital has already them. clerk. Cleveland Niles is chief of II I others from Key West' and will go without any

advised him o* the impending event. If, knowingly, we elect an unfit man, police; Ivan Elwood, captain of''' deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
police; T. S. Caro police justice;i ii! The First National Bank ot Key West
then the loss to the is
community chargeable R. II. Givens, senior city treasurer i I expended, also without any deduction, as the Memorial -

Success story from a Kansas paper: to us. ; Arthur Sheppard tax Committee maY determine
"Floyd Tuthill, who distinguish hiMself In the voting booth, alone with your tor; F. Pellicier, city conec-I; Member of the Federal Reserve
Paul G. Albury
as a poet while a resident 01 our burg,hasa conscience and before your Maker, remember large; P. M. Crews, Name :.______.._._______.._._______ Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance

job in a packing house in Kansas City the men who have died that this opportunity first ward; W. M. Albury, councilman -

and is reported to be doing equally well might be yours, put the "X" before second ward; Joseph Roberts Address _. .- jl Corporation I
third ward S.
there." tne name of the most faithful and ; N3
O. Sawyer, councilman, fourth

-- competent candidate.DO ward; Miguel )Munozcouncilman, I

When Texas voted state YOUR DUTY! I fifth ward; C. II. Smith councilman t .
on prohibi- -- -- --- -- ------
sixth ward.
tion repeal some time ago, t..e home countyof 'THE CAUSE THEY SERVED" "T**""* "',1

Senator Sheppard, author of the 18th Editorial comment Florida ......................................................... ....................................
Amendment went wet, while: the home Armistice Day calls our attention to shows the greatest increase in ............................e.e..e.............................. ........................
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coq !X of.Vice-rresident < arner< who ad- the Americans who gave up their lives in amount of life insurance writtenin ................................................... ..............................
voiated the service of their comparison with other statesof '
national country during the
repeal noted
the union. No wonder; there
great World War.It I
f < is more real life in the Land of SPECIAL OFFER ON

i dJBarkctt-president: ; of the Missouri is well that the people of.. Key Flowers than anywhere else in the

Launlfy "Owners' West should place some emphasis on the world.
Association, reports a

srreathicireasejn the business of his indus- sacrifice of brave young men who surrendered Mr.\ ant irs. AUolardo Lopez
try i iTrtnTlaxt"two years. Us explains that their lives. Surely we should of 1017. Fiafl hr avenue will this

many women who formerly made honor the memory of those wno offered evening celeb1:;!: their twelfth
a living
wedding anniversary: and also the
their lives the altar
by upon of patriotism.The .
doing family washings have gone on relief Lirtht'ay of Mrs. L.l'ez.Ir. .
men who went to their death during
causing this work to go to the
commercial la ndries. the titanic struggle fell asleep with a and Mis.\ CT.aud.: II. Robert

I I dream of world peace in their hearts. of 712 Fleming street, are j
having a family reunion. Their:

Meat prices at Ph'lr! ''elphia have ad Rightly or wrongly, they were convincedthat daughters.: Mrs. Oliver Treadway' r

the suffering they endured and the Mrs. Hilda Salas and Mrs. G.
vanc d between September 1933, and September s11r +
blood they shed would be part of the price Rob?rts n are visiting them G'j
1935, as follows: Sliced bacon a cousin' Mrs.\ Annie Stran

from 23.2 to 4G.1 cen'v sliced ham, from that mankind must pay for world peace. and daughter, Miss Clotilde Rentz,

Jingoistic speeches! and fulsome or Mrs. W. W. Mclntosh. another
33.7 to 54.3 : perk chops from 25.7 to 42.2.
atory on Armistice daughter will arrive from her
Day impresion
steak. from 27.2 to 42.8 sirloin
; borne in Chicago to spend the winter
steak from < upon the dead. If happily they existin with her
34 S to 54.2; lard from 9.8 parents.
the land beyond and able to in
to 23.2. These are keep
figures the
are supplied by
touch with Officials of the Hotel La Con
a world loved
U. S. Department of Labor. they it should bea
cha anounce the arrival of the
source of joy supreme ttohem to see that lobby furniture for the hostelry't

the people for whom they tell are'at least on the Mallory Steamship Concho I
Andrew W. : '
Mellon former Secretaryof loyal to the ideals that cost them most yesterday. Other fixtures for

the Treasury! will give his $25,000,000 Our the rest room for ladies and the.
only fitting tribute to the dead soldiers -
received. I
has been
art collection to the writing room
nation and also $10-
sailors marines and others connected I

000.000 for the site ami building in whichto with war-time service i h sincere attachment Harry Gwynn of the realty firm _

house it in Washington, as near the center to the ends of Gwynn and Roberts yesterday
they Fought
of the city as possible. It is specifiedthat ; and a purchased seven lots on.:the County
courageous determination to secure the Road from J. Otto Kirchheiner.The .
the buildings shall be
erected by June
goal for which they struggled. price was $24,000.

30. 1941. The Citizen salutes all the soldier South Florida & Co.
Mrs. L. Gomez will tomorrow Contracting Engineering

I dead of this country. So far as it is con- evening in the home at 1205 Di-.
In the opinion of a New York scientist
cerned it pledges
"no allegiance to the high Phone 598 White and EJ'za, Streets
psychologist has publicly uttered
tl any ideals that nerved them to superhuman en- BENJAMIN LOPEZ

thing in 10 years worthy of the attention deavor. ,We hope that the FUNERAL HOME '
I of people of Key "Your home is worthy of the best"
a 10-year-old boy. And we wonder West, along with vast millions of others in Serving Key West

whether the gentleman I Half .................................................................................
was not rather con. the Urited States, will always remember Cn.ry ......../1....f........................................................................
: servative in limiting the 24 Hour A .k.la-_ Sei-rlco .............11..e.................................................................
: period l to 10 those who died and be loyal to the cause Lieanted Einbalmar .................,...........................................................................

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'DEAN STARS DOWN J. Kea highest mountain

I gHIGHCOURAGE I Doings Around The '\WEATHER I CLASSIFIED i j Today In History 1 1I I in Hawaii 25.090 has years not aeerding had an eruptionfor to the

by'Jeaaa* Bowman, ACEVEDO PLAYERSYESTERDAY { Golf links .........o.e.eeee.eeee.. : .I eee.e..e..e..e..eeee. Hawaiian Academy of Science expedition
i COLUMNreeeeSCS.SSSS..eee5See.e 1883-((50 years ago) Stanford which rtadied the 13,925

TcmperatBrei '. University, California founded-I I foot peak recently.Subscribe .
arxopstat. decfaieii to p J."to..ttoria roKa ,..to.0f1 a._. Carefully she threaded trafflc to the 5 TO 3 Highest ._.._.._.....-...82'' opened in 1891. .

her otd m-rii.. Ttcla sadeastk.e arterial highway. Could one leave (By GRAVY) Lowest ......._......-.._....'74' LOST I ,t' to The Cit.zcn20c:

cketfcer...*( ker l* woman aitory.kneiff 4aaeA memories behind; memories which I .....................a.. Mean _... .. ...........*_...._......-..78'Normal : 1883 weekly.
wheels of the -Washington admitted to
whirled :like the carT
a* t.ara.d .* i* not tk. kelr .f : JOE CASA AND E. SMITH It seems more boys played golf Mean ...........-.-....75 HALF DOLLAR head pressed Statehood. I'II
Z>*ke sad Lnctnda fanttoortk tht She turned the car Into the highway s out. Liberal reward if returned ,
Mat teamed lee ta A.r "ntattoeaptas which down the western yesterday morning than any other Rainfall j LEGALS
wonna .
to drive Aer oat .f A. aomc.iioit WERE OUTSTANDING IN to Benjamin F. Sawyer, ,,
cruel of an. IIn *a.c Raft side of the Willamette and later day during the week. You will Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins."! I

q Crocker ftig kaa sal dfttrttt instruction her.fa Ann Act the Columbia. and soon the hum of CAME PLAYED AT NAVY I have to admit that it was a lovely Normal Precipitation ...- .08 Ina Lopez Funeral Home. novll-4t I signed 1918-Armistice ending: war t\ THE COi'ATV jtnoFr rnrnr.IX .

maid. tires on the wet pavement the FIELD day and so some very lovely -Thin rrMrtf e...er. 34-h..r "rl.d I. LOST-Sum of money on South- i ADD ..''pK MONHOt; ("O..'\TT.FI.ORIIU. .

gleaming black road, the burst of |I scores were shot. On the other ..'(.1C "I S o'rierk.; fate mmrmtrng. IToasorrew' j ard street Saturday night. Re- : In ...: The Estate of

Chapter 15CHARLOTTE'S lights as towns appeared and disappeared ;j hand it was not too lovely for Almanac II| ward if returned to Marjorie I 1918-Prof. Thomas C. Mas- RICHARD PEACOX.

wove a lethargic! strain be !p somebody that we all know. Occasionally Sun rise ..._...__......... 6:42: a. m.1 Higgs Biaza 608 Francis street arylt, :tit in office elected President : OF APPIJCTlo!> <*
FURY neath die ache of reality. (By JOVE) | he "chaws grass", so Sun sets ..._....mm_.'_ 5:.&1 p. m.[ novll-ltx of Czechoslovakia.' FINAL DI9CARrKNotir

AND tTonne. It might be wen to Nine o'clock ten o'clock. She In a very good game played]| maybe you can guess. Anyway Moon rises' ....._.... 7:34 p. m.1 l tt : ia hereby administrator. given. .that"nm !thendOTvignevl .."-

the doors locked while you passed through Rainier driving yesterday afternoon at the Navy read the scores below and weepor Moon sets ......_.._.._. 8:48 a. m.1 j FOR RENT 1921-America'* Unknown Soldier tamento. aancsn., Ar bonia n..n n .::1!
are packing. Call Judge Kellojt If slowly. Soon she would come to Ball Field, the Dean Stars defeated -I cheer as the mood strikes Tomorrow Tide.l i i buried in Arlington National on the 2nd day of April m:: pr'"-
Clatsop. then Westport. and then ''sent to the Honorable Hitch;:: ':ur'1,
:rOil hare any trouble. Goodbye, my that fatal grade which curved like the Acevedo Stars by a 5 1 you: A.JI.\ P.M. FURNISHED APARTMENT, with Cemetery. County Jud
dear." to 3 score. 1 High; ....... ........11:16 10:37 electric ice box. 1001 Eaton. i- I County Florida a final r..p'rt in
She bent and kissed the Uttle !Interlinked horseshoes over the The pitching of Joe Casa andE. 1i i Mr. William Wesley Watkins, Low.... ....__._... 4:46 3:47- phone 8791. novd-lmox iI '' the aboie estate all \oach-r". ai.<
between the will ask for the t
ridge Inner valleys and appm\al ""In\!
I Counting to two
maid who bad crumpled !Into a the bay that opened to the leLThe Smith was very good. Casa i I who is the proud "acting par'cut" Barometer 8 .. m. today '. .. I 1 keep step, and for a final disrhargn as it'V

chair and picking: op the two bags, lights;of Westport blurred to was in the box for six innings and J of a great big healthy looking Sea level. 30.05.WEATHER FURNISHED HOUSE. Modern I I I about young each men and other's a girl shoulders, their arms ministrator of Rio-hard a* aforesaid P..n, d.in....the.ifc-
walked out of the room without a the right as she started on this tryIng allowed but six hits and two I youngster felt his oats yes conveniences three bed rooms I j jgarsge. i recently hated at Ky West. Flnnda l thu30tb
backward glance. lap of her Journey. She lookedat runs. Salinero who relievedhim terday and teamed up with Otto FORECAST Apply 6LO White' marched to the brink of:, day of September A. I I'. 3t 1;,
famous "suicide T K j R' ''HFHT: &
Button,from the hall,saw her ap. the gas gauge. The gas was low pitched to five batters and Kirchheiner and gave a neat lacing -- I Street. nov9-5tx Japan's crater."i Admini.frHtnr a* of"n pear on the balcony and hastened and there were no stations other was yanked out in favor of Bethel to none other than Mr. Lionel (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) I i Mihara, and leaped. I Ii i,, G-II-21-Cs. nov4-ll-1l-2i I.I

to reline :ier of the bags, then to than the one at the foot of the The latter hurled but three Hammersleigh Plummer. Mr. Key West and Vicinity: Fair : NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT I II' i -- ._.- -- .------- .-. --.- -
gether they west down to the serranta grade: the one from where news of balls and retired the side. The Plummer was not quite himself tonight Tuesday partly cloudy with garage. Apply 827:! ;,I
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quarters where Anne repeated the fatal wreck had been telephoned. first pitch retired a batter on a and even with the nice score shot! Duval street. octld I

her little ceremony the others Its lights cut a bright swath In the Russell unable to '
fly to the pitcher and the by Kerr was
pop .eeeeeeeeeiPOLITICAL.............
at accepting anything
surrounding darkness as she droveIn second hit a line drive to the equal those drives of Pious Wil. I awe.

from her. Intensifying the gaudy orange pitcher who doubled the runnerof I liam. So you see, gentle reader @

"And now If yonll bring my car and black of a touring car standing first. what a little kid on the one hand SAMPLE
around. Carl." she said to the ruddy there. and little kidding the other BALLOTSNow
In the eighth inning Mounts a on
cheeked chauffeur. "Ill be on Anne noticed the I :
my orange pennants excel- ANNOUNCEMENTS
doubled for the only safety off can do. Otto's score was
'way. painted against the black hood. A t i it i i
Bethel. lent with a nice 95. lti I
A few moments later she heard nondescript youth In slacks and I ,!l _

the purr of the motor. With the ser- sweat shirt was bending over the The Acevedo Stars opened up Josie Lopez practiced 'against CITY ELECTION. NOVEMBER
the scoring in the first inning
opened hood, the doeskin boots of a very I I
rants clustered about her she started Bill Malone and Samuella Gold 12, 1935
for the door. second man protruded from beneaththe by shoving over one run.
car.ANNE. The Dean boys knotted the countin smith on Saturday afternoon. See- eeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeFor a e at
"Just where do you think 10u'reloln& the fourth frame but their ing he was knocking them for a Fair I Mayor
Voice,from young the lady Inner door came and a sharp Charlotte drew up before the tank opponents went ahead again in loop, he invited Robert F. Spotts- not much change in temperature; DR. H. C. GALEY

Farnsworth appeared. Sneak turned off her motor. JustIn I the sixth canto when they scored wood out for a morning's pleas 'gentle to moderate wnids mostly

Ing- 'out tfia back way were you! time to hear the mumed voice of two runs. The winning team put ure. The sad result! being Mr. east and southeast. I For Mayor
the man below the car shout at the over one runner in their half of Lopez shot a nice game much too
What bate you got In those bagst Florida: Fair tonight; Tuesday WM. H. MALONE
one bending over the engine! ".u10u11 the same frame. good for Mr. Spot. THE ARTMAN PRESS
Anne turned and gave the woman partly cloudy possibly showers]i i i For Reelection I I
quit monkeying with that carburetor sixth the
From the stanza on
a straight-forward glance which,had and cooler in extreme north por-t I I .
: we'll stand a better chanceof Bob Stowers had a hard time
she known It. contained! all the elements Acevedo clan riled to score. tion in afternoon. For Councilman
I j
getting home, tonlghL""Some beating Berlin Sawyer that one I The Citizen
of the look John Neuman On th) other hand, the Dead boys Jacksonville to Florida Straits:] Building
gas ladyYinquired a stroke and one hole. It was on I I DR. ARMANDO COBO
ice in the
bad given Rob Crocker. put the game on seventh -
Gentle to moderate winds most- :
Jovial looking little woman who this wise: Berlin had a pretty I
"Ton don't leave this house unlfl I came from the store behind the I by marking up three more bum day at the shop on account ly east or southeast and weather -;;'I For Councilman
search those bags declared Mrs. tanks. scores.! fair to partly overcast tonightand
Farnsworth posltlrely. At bat. Mounts knocked out a of only a few dimes were earn WILLIAM A. FREEMANFor
"Fill It up please answered ed. So of Daddy has to Tuesday. ,
j I ingle, a double and a triple in course. -- -
Anne looked at her bags, at the Anne absently. East Gulf: Moderate southeast
eat like the rest of us and some.
servants waiting only a word from There was the clank of the nozzle four times up. Griffin connected winds and partly overcast weather Councilman
I her. and then at Mr Farnsworth."Oh hitting the tank, and then the youth I for two safeties out of four.A. time in the middle of the dark. tonight and'Tuesday probably CLIFFORD G. HICKS
he strolled out in the back
Aunt Charlotte. she began In In the black and orange car. re- McIntosh two out of three; ness showers over extreme north a
I exasperation. sponding to orders from beneath Casa one out of two. yard to his shop. Well, it seems tion Tuesday. por- For Councilman

"Don't yon Aunt Charlotte me," "tried IL" The motor coughed In the field, the McIntosh that Wing Lee's dog bit him on
and handled 14 chances the hand so Daddy was in no MARCOS A. MESA, SR.
snapped the woman "rm not your stopped. Coughed respondedwith twins without.|, WEATHER CONDITIONS I I I I .
condition to golf. Now how Ii tt. '
aunt" a hum. an error and Al Acevedo and M.\ II

Anne's clear laugh rang out muchto "That be all how's your on?" Acevedo played a great game for do you suppose a guy could get Pressure is moderately low this For Councilman j I'i I t ,

her own surprise."I knew I'd find "All right answered Anne and the Acevedo clan. bit on the hand by a neighbor'sdog I from the lower Mississippi JIM ROBERTS jJ i t I I ,i
something to be grateful for. she handed the woman the money. Score by innings: R. H. E. : unless the said guy got too the > f i ICE c
replied. "Going over the grade tonight'" Acevedo Stars- near said dog. And all this biting Valley southwestward to For City Councilman iI j I
lower Grande Mem-
"Too feel that way about us. do chattily pursued the woman. 100 002 000-3 8 2 business! caused Daddy to lose to Rio Valley J. B. SULLIVANFor I I
Anne stared at her blankly. As phis, Tenn., 29.96 inches and
yon Anne? came In quiet tones Dean Bob.
from the door. there was but one road,and no cross Stars000 I Brownsville Texas, 29.86 inches, ITS PURER!
101 30x 5 11 4
I I Justice
Anne looked back and saw Lee roads where else would she be going Batteries: J. Casa, Salinero Charlie' Salas took his boss, and over the Gulf of St. Law- Police } LASTS LONGER! I Y '
Farnsworth standing there. "Do ? i *ence. Father Point, Quebec T.S.CARO
yon Bethel and Griffin E. Smith and Cookie Mesa for a few stroke!!
blame mar she asked. "Yes," she answered, politely. ; took 29.92 inches, and a' disturbance is
but at the time Cookie
"111 take care of this affair. Lee "Well then take It easy Want to I R. Sands. I Charlie for a few too and since moving in on the coast of Wash-I For Chief of Police I\ ICE REFRIGERATORS

Farnsworth" interposed his wife. watch yourself up there;; That third ....a............oC t..1.r1todays they forgot to take a card, you ington, Tatoosh Island, 29.72 I MYRTLAND CATES
"1 think you're taken care of sharp turn there that's where them I inches; while high pressure areas -4 Made of all metal equipped
will have to take their word thai I -
rich folk went
enough. he answered wearily and fishery over. Maybe I
Birthdays most other sections of i
overspread For Captain of Police I.
I they took each other.i with WATER COOLERS '
coming forward be placed an arm you'd like to stop and look, crowds I,
the country Moorhead, Minn., rl
around AnALAr.. we driving has been down doln' that The brush aee.eeee..e..e..e.e.e i 1 ALBERTO CAMEROFor

away.girl!"* he asked. ; you Is all flattened out an' a little fir :Maude Adams famed actress,i; Ike Russell Pete Taylor and and Huron S. D., 30.52 inches E Th ey're Economical
broken off. I don't reckon J Bascom Grooms went on a snipe and Boston Mass., 30.24 inches. Police !
"I'd rather than TKnow. Captain of _
go cause trouble. said' to be coming back to Broad- I "
Uncle Lee.Ihe answered. "I'm HI ever get over hearing that I hunt but this time a few snipes Rains have occurred during the ROBERT J. LEWIS 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
goIng way after an absence of 18 years,
Ian 24 hours from eastern Texas
to friends. Ill be all man-- were bagged by Bascom. This on Satisfaction
born in Salt Lake City 63 j -
"Please! who had been years northeastward!! over most of the Bobby"JaeksmTlIIe'B I
"There was a message from Rob I Anne 'I account of Pete & Ike didn't dare' 1r
was to give you." frantically starting her motor didn't ago. 'J send any around to where B. L. G. Lake region St. Lawrence Valley ; Pn'ced at
realize she had: screamed until she and North and Middle Atlantic Leading Hotel"THE
"I know I overheard it. That's all j t was waiting foe! same.
right too." saw the figure beneath the touring Dr. Vesto M. Slipher directorof t States, being heavy in portions ef SEMINOLE :: fl

lie looked at her anxiously then car scramble out. the Lowell Observatory; Flagstaff -i Mr. Charlie Hogeboom and Mr. eastern Texas northern Louisianaand $30 and $35

picked np the bags and preceded her "Good heavens! came a voice Ariz., born in Clinton Co., Doc Lund had a struggle with Mr. western Mississippi. There

towards the door. from the oil stained countenance. Ind., 60 years ago. I Horace (Handsome) has also been rain in western EASY TERMS 10 DAYS
I -
"Walt. Anne said. 'I'd like you Anne Jammed her gears wrenched and Mr. Bill Fripp but Washington, snow hi Colorado yin oFLT 1 r
to look through those bags for your them back Into low. Into second U. S. Senator David I. Walshof i I' ace needs another I and light showers in central and r+i ki, FREE
Into high. She slot out of the station
own protection. Uncle Lee.
Mass.. born at Leomnfeter southern Florida Much\ colder
,' Fripp was thinking too much j 1 1s
careened onto the highway and I ICE CO.
There is no reason for anyone to '
Mass. 63 weather has western
years ago. about 5c &: lOc. overspread
look through tbem.be replied and roared away from the woman who :
stood month agape staring after e : I districts with temperatures below INC.-
moved on. Anne following. Charlotte i
stricken Dr. George W. Crile of Cleveland -: The four horsemen were on freezing southward into northern I
was Immobile at the her.From Phone No. 8
famed born at 1 Struak is Texas and below zero in portions
sudden revolt of her husband. behind the car Anne heard surgeon ] deck but again Edward

Lee stood by the car until Anne shouts but she couldn't stop. She Chili, 0., 71 years ago. a happy man. It seems that Eddie I'of North Dakota; while abnormally laek..rill.. FlorieaCRAS.

had settled behind the wheeL "I had to go on. Did the woman mean I had 5 skins, Melvin 2 and warm weather prevails over B. Gnl En. -_..cA -
don't know what Luke bad In mind Dad had screamed or shouted, or Joe Penner radio star born in Kirschenbaum 1. Doe William Per- eastern and southeastern sectionsof human home-like Institution

he ventured uneasily "but I know was It the crash? What was It she Hungary 31 years ago. cival Kemp had zero for skins the country. where you will find 7... l..l.l...l

be never Intended you to suffer this would never forget? I again which'makes a total of 72 I nmf.rt of great.ad Importance rmrTtlmmtmt a matter tu, --

way. "Vn do-lny bes>( for.yen. Anne. "I can't go on." Anne's foot slid Clarence Chamberlin aviator holes that Doe has had nothing r -o--

girl Goodbye." 1:> back from the gas feed as the hill operating his own airline between I' but goose eggs. But Willie says KEY WESTCOLONIAL A steel fireproof .lac locate
lie leaned Jor -ard and kissed loomed ahead.A New York and .. the heart of the city ,
her. Maine, born ,at. Y01l' ean'b win all the time or thei i HOTEL
and Anne'w}to had faced each cruel car bonked demanding! Anne Denison -0-
Iowa 42 -
years ago. other guys won't play. The score: h ,* Room O-mfclnalHrn-Tu
looked at the road she was as near Every wlth !
Issue of the with
day felt
bravery I In the Center of the Business
was Melvin and Eddie 12 against and Shower Bath Radio ElectrUCelllna I
the It safe to be.
her eyes flood with tears at this as was King Victor Emmanuel III of Fan Slat Door for Summer
It WillieV' and Kirehy's nothing. I and Theater District
futile gesture of tenderness. She She started again. she had to I I Ventilation Comfortable Beds wits I
called a determindedly cheerful cross that grade she'd do It. Italy born 66 years ago. : That is all because Melvin spent! Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction I
( of Saturday in First Cla**-Fireproof- and Individual Read1 '
the preparation
The other car ran alongside and
goodbye .to the servants and drove 1 I i
I lug; Lamp
away. In the gleam of lights. Anne saw The ninth rector of the 200-' while Eddie was just taking SoncibU Rat.* '. RATES! I

that the man In the seat beside the year-old St. Philips parish, oldest lessons on last Thursday. What I I"gle I II
I ICar. _.., t
78 a Private Bath
: away from the home driver was holding something In his Episcopal congregation in Charleston the alibi of Willie and Kirch is. i COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I, Rees Private Bath 5x01B. ::LAI.

ONCE she parked the car and hand which glittered. The cap to her S. C., is the Rev. Merritt no one has heard. .. Roo... Private Bath a...I

looked back on the big house half gas tank. F. Williams, until recently student ... Elevator M ie .n._...le.._Private__.. Private Bath _Bath_ .2.55... Brush on |a new roof!
hidden shrubbery the lights flickering "I'll put It on for yon" offered the chaplain at the University of Flo So. gentle reader this will be Popular. Priest I SLIGHT IXCRKASK FOR DOCBLB

from each familiar window man.Anne rida. j l i continued in our next article. OCCCPAUCT' i

From her own rooms came a flood stopped her car. "If you -_. ._ __. -
of will, please she said In reply.A ----
light,and occasionally the shadow
of Yvonne hurried past a window. moment later he stepped up to
the side of the coupe. "It's all right
Blindly she reached for the Ignition
nowhe ventured.
key turned It. blindly her foot
reached for the I starter and tie! "Thank yon." Anne murmured. Oversea Transportation Co.
other pressed In the clutch. "Ai ensilst"( came the cheerful re-

To get away quickly as long as Joiner. Extra of The Citizen
she must go. She looked back once. "Mr. Newman! Anne conldnt OWNED AND OPERATED BY
All three windows the conservatory, say for the moment whether she best roof in the world must someday begin to
was glad or sorry to see the young THE its But a single application of Carey
take's and Lncinda's were dark. To Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West age.
got awayl She sent the car rushing fisherman. I Asbestos Fibre Coating will add years of service.
Conrrigkt. '''', by Jeanne Batman
down the grade whirling about
steep CONTAINING THEQUALIFIED '.. ...re-rr The National Housing Act makes it possible
the sharp curves then blinded by REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT : I I _
Anne takes the first step In her I for you to borrow from $100.00 to
stinging tears slowed the motor. SERVICE BETWEEN
quest, tomorrow I I $2,000.00 for the work and pay it back in
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8 easy monthly installments extending as

Key West and Miami long as 36 months. Let us explain how
STEAMSHIP Co. LIST easy it is to have this work done NOWI



I .. PHONE 598 White Eliza St*.


Leave Key West for Havana on Mondays and Thursdays. ,

Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and !i WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY '

Fridays. I' SERVICE The Citizen Office I

Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE: STREET 'i

Sale of ticket! lor Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M. t
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thorities.This was
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x I One of 5,000 famdtes in southern New York helped by Red Cross f0uo wmgdisastrous hi g Pi waters riff ?.
t During the year 29 floods occurred i.i the nation

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Carolina. Here ,

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stood. At right, XIt ?P

\*& *\ home rebuilt by
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tornadoes in U. S.
called for Red -1

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) First word of terrific loss of life in Florida disaster came S
through Red Cross short wave radio, put up on the stricken "'a"s I
Keys by amateur operators. Here are shown the weary men Fourteen children >> r. '" '" _
after 48 hours continuous heroic work. Red Cross aided were killed when <.: .:'ltJ Families marooned This littlearrived during the New York flood*-
LOCO families.i in Mississippi Red Cross provided hospital care for mothen and baby.
bus '
was hit by ': j.
: ::; valley
train at a Marylandcrossing. syx .''': were taken from "k_

t Red .> : roofs by Red Cross
le Cross First Alders <3 rte.
: rescuers. During
--z..r Yom., : ti'
rescued the living. t ,
; .,; ;" the year the Red s a Two such accidents '' ." ,r'
tom;; r;< Cross gave disaster '
with heavy relief to 110--
b -** fi e96 toll of lives occurred x 000( persons in 306 i I h
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Epidemics of bronchial troubles followed devastating clouds of du.t I II I s txa

r in midwest Red Cross established hospitals tor victi.ni. Here a.a I vfZ--v?
M 165. little patients and Red Cross nurses. Five other epiae.nics cans I >W,"
auH a under Rrii Crocs rare ru* -ina the vear. I v _

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.............0.......... :'eaeea..sees.................................. ........ee....e..,...... ,wrote William Allen White" of! Plans are under way to establish For City Councilman ; For City Clerk

PERSONAL MENTION i HOWDY KEY WEST! Charles A. Lindberg's possibilities I I a summer art colony at ROY L. McKILLIP i HENRY F. SAUNDERS

Society 1..1 of becoming a presidential con->!' Asheville: N. C. Mgr Curry's Sons Lumber Dept.'.
I testant. "He -----
flying man.
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.. Allan Knowles left yesterdayI rived this morning from Tampa By E KERCE but flying is not a quality that in-I For Captain Of Police
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i I plane to spend a few days in' for a brief business vi.-it, and will i, ........................ dicates presidential size." O, yes. : ,

Big Time TonightAt Miami with relatives. I i leave tomorrow or \edne>day. |i Fear that the administration'' we have it; one must be able to| Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers WAVES
fish. Two Permanents CC Hfl

Habana-Mcdrid relief program hag reached a new: I -in- for _______..__._ .
Among the arrivals by ferry Edgar Staike operator of the low level of dissatisfaction; lies in TOP HATS
Better Ware, $5.00
According to the tiffany reservations on Saturday were Mr. and hs.I' Key Vest; Marine Railway, left the fact that you never see a con-, Nothing is nearly so pitiful alll mp
already made lor' the Amer-I I E. M. Singleton, and their daugh : yesterday by plane for a business': tented reliefer or Harry Hopkin a northern columnist trying j I Matinee: Balcony. lOc; Orchestra I MRS. MILLER Phone 574-
South Street
'; !' write dialect. '4adE I5-20c; Nil"152Sc I 407
ican Legion's Annual Armistice ter, Anne VanDyke Singleton. trip to Miami. smiling before a camera. : negro i
Dance tonight at the Habana-'i They left for Miami this morning I I '- ----.-----

Madrid Club a large crowd is expected after i an enjoyable visit with their j jj Paul Smosk, auditor with the Somestimes we just naturally Maybe if a woman ever becomes -j j .I'.I.1".I'I.I'II.I".I".I'I.I ,.I

Thefv will be a floor show anda Singleton editor of The Sun consultation with local administra i patience" stuff was the work of, monotony by keeping her nose in1 j! .

splendid program of dance: day Star, and Mrs. S.ngleton. I i tion officials, left yesterday for: a prehistoric publicity rnan.. I a powder puff instead of some ,

music. 1 Jacksonville. I Ilrrs. -- I other nation's business ,j "Make Your Paper : Pay
1----1 A statesman thinks that "all:'

Reception PlannedBy I May Ferns, who was spending : -*! this talk of war in Europe will And now optimist Republicans!
I vanish like a summer shower." avow that the forlon look on some :
week in West to visit
a Key
Woman's Club 1 friends in Havana.r her daughter Miss Betty Ferns,!1a We understand-like being caughtin of the leader's faces is due to;, You Dividends! ,
---- cloudburst wearing whether they --
student at the Convent of Mary} a a paper I over worry as to -
The of j H.-I-* of the Woman's:r Bernabe Hernandez was a passenger (II Immaculate, left yesterday by suit. I can ever regain what the Democrats i .

Club an' making plans for their. this morning on the Cuba plane for Miami en route to I have already spent. _J
annual reception to be given Wednesday going to Havana after a stay with Poor wretches, these mortal i r

afternoon from 4 to 6 relatives.! I Washington I! beings. They run into debt in an',' A St. Louis boy found a $39-I I !, Money Saving Prices

o'clock. j 1 Oscar Lounders inspector With: effort to escape trouble and run; 000 check. Returning it to the i i
Details of the coming event will, :Mrs. U. 15. Boydcn, who was !the local customs left t.' into trouble by going in debt. I owner he received a dime reward j I I: On account of not being able to .
unit yes-! S
be announced tomorrow. spending> : a few days ,in Tampa'::1: to attend session of Unite | Such a guy strikes us.as. one on 1:' see each and every voter personally '!
I jterduy a -
I returned this morning on the I II i: States court in Miami. '! "Man: made laws cannot" repeal, winch! cheese would bear not{I|: I am taking this means to assure j !ti Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad. S
Dance I Cuba. the laws of nature, declares each and one that I will
Tonight At i Ii weight. every
i i I I vertisers
Hugh S. Johnson. Did you ever sincerely appreciate their 5uprort.1 closely for special savings on your S
Cuban Club : John Kanz, designer with the I ITurnmg I
A. R. :Miller, superintendent. of Stone ande tt'r Company try going naked outside a nudist an automobile around ,, If elected I promise to do my j S household necessities. Make your paper pay you S
.1'P the P. and O. S. S. -1 i camp? { honestly and fearlessly. | dividends. The most interesting in the
company. at j who was in Key West about a,, on any curve or crest of a grade;II news
Ther- will be a big Armistice. | ROBERT J. LEWIS I Ii
Dr. J. J. Dun lay, dental sur- ; be by ;
month on business connected with: where the ear cannot seen paper today is the advertising where you .an
Day Dance tonight sponsored by geon with the U. S. P. 11. service: the installation of The world is a howling success I an approaching driver within 200feet i "Bobby" : S
i new machineryat
Sociedac. tuba at the Cuban Clubon attached to the Marine Hospital, ( | at going to the dogs. -- save many dollars on the family budget by
: the plant of the Key West Electric -:: is prohibited under<< California -I
Uuval tit-et. i ii i. who with Mrs.l Dunlay and little Company, left state law. patronizing those merchants who advertise their
John Putt'hard's Orchestra has 'I yesterday; by i! Government officials recently Get Rid of
t son: Terry. wereisiting relatives I plane for Miami' en route"to New!' I i iI goods.
been secured' to furnish a good.j in Nebraska returned this morn- 'York. t-I j'I sought aid for unemployed poets.u i Ninety cent of the garlic
program of dance music for the ing on the Cuba via Tampa. | It has constantly been a task for per States is

affair -- -- I Mrs. W. Hunt Harris, who was'' us to to expel believe from that our mind poet wasn't a desire grown grown in in the the San United Juan Valley and: rJialaria THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING.THE COST S

t J. R. Blair: U. S. i inspector of i! spending a vacation in the mountains unemployed a than. Southern Santa Clara county in;I S OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S
Everready Star i i hulls and G. L. Scheer, U. S. in- j of North Carolina, returnedI every any more California.
Club To Assemble ;: .pector of boilers, replacing J. W. I by plane ytfterdav accompanied I when in full -writing--:- action j i iI I j i j Banish Chills and Fever! :, PURSE.

--- j I Sullivan transferred to New by her daughter Miss Minnie Por-', Dear Uncle Sam: Unequal dis- A Three Days' Cough To conquer! Malaria, you must do two '

Then W j'1be\ an all-day meeting York, arrived:this morning on | ter Harris wfco left last*week forI tribution of relief dole checks i i .' th.ntr:: ((1> Destroy: the infection in the ': A merchant who advertises his prices
regular visit of inspection. I vacation of several days in Mi- isn't a good system for con- Is bleed. t,2) Build up the blood to overcome *u
of tht Everready Star Club very Your Signal
'! ami. verting i sinners into "earth in- the efforts and to fortify aeairet charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a
held) tomorrow beginning at 10 \1 further attack.There is one medicine that
Howell' T. head of theLktg 1! \ No matter how many medicines merchant for.
Lykcs. non-advertising charged cents
o'clock at the home of Mrs. 'VV I heriting meeksters. have tncd for your cough chest \ doc? these is o thinps and that is GrovesTasteless ,
Knapp on Simonton street, between others Steamship( coni- Dry air absorbs more sound. "; cold or bronchial irritation you can \ Chill Tonic! The tasteless quij j, Why this big difference? &
on the waves that moist air. E} "He is a fine young man, Groves Tasteless ChiB Tonic: de- '
Firming and Southard. ; (parry wa a passenger J 1 get relief now with Creomulsion. nine in
1 Cuba this morning for Havana i I ---- Serious trouble may be brewing and i s-t-oi- the malarial infection in the blood :
A request is made for a large and For Councilman For City CouncilmanA. I I you cannot afford to take a chance ': x bile the;rcn builds ep the blood.Thousand I
attendant, > of members. ,' enjoyed his brief stay in port : F. F. HOFFMANFor I H. McINNISPALACE 1 with anything less than Creomul- : 01 pope! have conquered Malariawth By patronizing the merchants who present
-- --- and met, a number of his friendsPIMPLES slots, which goes right to the seat : the aid of Grove Tasteless Chill ,. their' prices frankly and openly each week
- --- of the. trouble to aid nature to ; T oair.la addition to bang a noted remedy you
of 1C 1
GN.'gory'a.<; the name soothe and heal the inflamed membranes t I for 1Ji cr.a, it is also an exrcBent bit help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT
popes and one anti-pope.) i =tr Election Commissioner! as the germ-laden phlegm i tome: of fcccnl ose- Grove's Tasteless j OF KEY WEST.

I i from surface conditions (Four Years) Pauline Lord. Basil Rathbone. ; is Even loosened If and other expelled.remedies have '1 Ch-U: Tonic is pleasint to take and ccn-: r;
Sub'cribe: to The Citizen. need i tarns: barafoL Even children! like '
not be endured. Billie Burke Wendy Barrie I failed don't be discouraged, your
- -- Make your skin clearer; t druggist Is authorized to guarantee u and they CM take it safety. For sale
For City Clerk :: and smoother with J. R. VILLAREAL l -11&- I Creomulsion and to refund your I ball drug stores.! Now two sizes-SOc I Make your paper pay you diridenrls.
WALLACE PINDER i A FEATHER IN HER HAT I money if you are not satisfied with and $1. The?1 size coctaios: 2", tims as :
j j Resinal j Ester Known As "Dodo" I Mat Dee: 10-15e; Night: 15.25c 1! results from the very first bottle. j I much! as the SOc size and gives you 25% : }
For -Election .. Get Creoffin2sioo> right cow. (AdvJ core fcr year iccncy. VI'II".II'.lTI".I'

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