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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 13, 1935
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
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VOLUME LVI. No. 270. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS









GALEY WINS MAYORALTY RACEInvestigation








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Ordered Into STRIVE OMAKESCHOOLS RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S ELECTION(Wallace Pinder Re-Elected By

BETTEREXCEPTS I


Charges Of Favoritism Made FROM LEAFLET> RE. t, ;. For Mayor Pct. 1 Pct. 2 Pet. 3 Pct. 4 Pet. :5; Pct 6 Totals Big Majority For City Clerk


DOCTOR HARRY C. GALEY_ 155 358 145 38-1 312 228 1582 --
PRODUCED ON AMERICA'S Wl\L\ H. MALONE ...-..-_._ 104 176 108 202 143 127 860

By The Citizen Against FERA I GREATEST GIFT For City Clerk d".T... I RECEIVES REPLY Elwood Returned To Position
WALLACE FINDER .-._...__ 158 29-1 149 359 212 206 1378
HENRY F. SAUNDERS .._ .. 91 223 94 186 As Chief With
.. The free common school isAmerica's 155 119 868 I TO LETTER SENT ,
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Police
For Chief of
to hu-
I; Result Of Probe To Be f STEAMSHIP CUBA manity. It greatest belongs gift to the heritage n'"RTLAND CATES __.___ 78 134 53 227 172 120 78-1 Camero Elected As Cap-

of intelligent and responsible,IVAN ELWOOD ,.,__...__ 182 371 193 321 256 210 12-16 ABOUTRAILROAD

Forwarded To Governor citizenship established by our pio For Captain Night Police I I tain of PoliceDr.

,I ARRIVES IN PORTVESSEL neering forefathers. It is neces- I ALBERTO CA.tIERO ..._.___ 8-1 142 77 240 235 151 929

Sholtz For His Consideration -: sary to the success of our Republic. HAROLD J. KEY .._......__ 32 68 30 69 29 15 243 F. O. ROBERTS HEARS FROM I
ROBERT J. LEWIS 19 37 28 59 86 46 275 Harry C. Galey is
LEAVES LATER DURING The school is the surest guar- EVERETT R. RIVAS r_......._ 1! 85 222 92 160 89 105 753 RAILROAD COMMISSION RELATIVE -

I Iny AFTERNOON EN- antee of our personal rights. It I LAURIE ROBERTS ...___....__ 24 39 21 43 14 27 168J. TO RESOLUTIONSBY mayor-elect of Key West

is the safeguard of our personal P. STICK.4EY .......__._.__._=.. ; 14 22 4 9 6 9 64 having won a victory in yesterday's -
= ROUTE TO TAMPA liberties, the bulwark of our rep For Treasurer i TIGER TAIL TRIBE
( A' Prow) II resentative institutions.Our election over his op-
I WILLIAM T. ARCHER .___ t 184 384 171 329 179 207 145-1
JACKSONVILLE, Nov. schools seek to enrich and '. ponent, the incumbent,
For Tax Collector-Auenor

13.-Conrad Van Hyning, i! O.Steamship S. S. company Cuba,,arrived of the P.yesterday and- skills ennoble! needed home to life agriculture, develop and the'!SAM B. PINDER ..........._-......_ : 190 382 178 3-10 199 217 1506, F. O. Roberts, chief of records,I I Mayor Wra. II. Malone, by
of Tiger Tail Tribe 19, Improved
Florida emergency relief i I afternoon from Havana with I industry, and helps to awaken For Police Justice I i a majority of 722 votes. The
i two first class passengers for Key ambition and to establish character WESLEY P. ARCHER _.._a 73 168 54 118 59 98 570 Order Red Men, has received a reply !
I I
administrator, said today he II I 1 I West; eight first class passengers It emphasizes responsibilityto GEO. G. BROOKS, JR. ..___:" 89 120 62 153 94 90 608 to a letter and copy of resolutions I J I doctor led the ticket with r

had ordered a formal investigation i: and one second for Tampa. I the common good and the general THOMAS S. CARO .m..._._ 93 219 126 261 255 138 1092 adopted by Tiger Til i 1582 vote
I The vessel sailed at 5:30 o'clock welfare. For Councilmen asking the ''Florida Railriad

into published J I for Tampa with 14 passengers,''I The free school is an expression PEDRO AGUILAR ..........__/ U 26 22 105 181 43 391 mission to intercede with Trib.1 I Wallace Finder incumbent -

charges of maladministration -! five having taken- passage from,I of a mighty faith. Because we r FRANK BENTLEY ......._', 70 93 64 99 81 94 501 Florida East Coast Railway i city clerk, was victorious -

of relief in West. I I Key West. 1 believe in ourselves, in democracyand JOE CABRERA _.._..._..........-i. 43 10-1 54132 101 77 511 tive to rebuilding the i '
Key I Steamship Florida, of the same I'I'I 'I in the future, we seek throughthe AMBROSE: W. CLEARE ..........._ t 60 82 53 115 63 65 438 the road destroyed by the hurricane I I over his opponent,
The Key West Citizen in company,. is due in port this afternoon schools: to improve the quality ii i- DR. ARMANDO COBO .....-- 132211 116 247 2-18 169 1123 of September 2. Ii i Henry F. Saunders. by a 510

editorial claimed I from Havana and will sail,i of our lives. I FRANK DELANEY; ............_..__ ".124 224 101 219 149 141 958 In his letter to Mr. Roberta,
an I tonight at 10 o'clock for Miamion II The above Lewis G. Thompson, coromiision'n I|I majority. While it was con-
favorit-I I are excerpts from a WILLIAM A. FREEMAN .._ 161 307 131 259 157 181 1196
ism was "rampant" what is scheduled to be the last leaflet recently issued! as a part I WILLIE GRINER .._......_.....__ :. 15 34 17 61 64 27 218I secretary, acknowledge receipt :!: ceded by many who were in
administration of trip this season touching at Key of the nation-wide observance of I CLIFFORD G. HICKS _._.......__.__. i 133 264 102 216 128. 174 1017 I of the tribe's letter and resola i I close

!', West. I I American Education Week. Dur-I F. F. HOFFMAN .._.....-....._.___ : 31 85 31 72 31 35 285 tions and continues: I I touch with the political
taken over by the FERA in Steamship! Granada, of the ing this week parents and citizens. X. H. MciNNIS .._._.__.__._ 41 100 49 111 55 79 435 "A* you know, the Florida East situation, that Mr. Pinder

July 1934. : Standard Fruit and Steamship i throughout the nation study their I ROY L. )lcKiLLlP .... "h__."'.__._' 36 81 42 65 37 43 301 Ooast Railway is in the bands 011{ would succeed himself it
i company is due to arrive in port i ii I schools: and seek to make them MARCOS A. MESA SR. ...-- 57 145 74 187 172 107 742 I receivers and under jurisdiction I I ,
Van said WilliamN. I Friday from The of the Federal court. .The commissioners -
Hyning Philadelphia.
better. not the
was
general
i I I WILLIAM MONSALVATGE 86 158 51 115 60 59 529 I 1 t opinion

Beehler, former FERA vessel will dock at the Porter Dock I I I LUTHER PINDER ...__._..._.._.._ ;16 45 23 62 28 88 212 have agreed to intervene I f that[ his success would be
behalf of citizen 30
of
for fuel oil and on Key
I company proceed FEDERAL AID IN HAWAIIWASHINGTON. FRANK O. ROBERTS ._ 212 ,110 118 .. 106 92. ...809 \
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=- I West and Monroe herr 11 t-
:: I fJ. FRANK-.ROBERTS (Pilot) :-.. 39 93 54 403 I In-
Mine 1 1- this matter is presented in the
ginia, would go to Key Planter General William Since Jan JIM ROBERTS .....h......_......__ 160 3014 150 314' 156 214 1338 I I I dicate.
i: II. Graham, U. S. A., Lieutenant Isry I, 1, 1935, the federal government JOHN W. ROBERTS ................_ 51 114 56 136 :., U 65 466J. I courts.' I .
West for the investigation, !i V. M. Kimm commanding, which '' has spent on Hawaii $21- B. SULLIVAN h.....-__............__ 118 199 82 130. 68 120 717 t: !, Ivan Elwood present chief ofpolice

and that an auditor also ]i was in port for two days, arriving I'I'I [ 200.000 for construction; projects, J. M. VARELA ..__.. -:..._:':. .....__ 47 86 34 140. 127 54 488 CUBAN CONSUL IS distanced his Mrmpetitor( ,
!I Monday, from Cristobal Panama, maintenance of ; \ I
,
army and JMyrtland
navy LEO II. ... 68 ,159 73 12-1. 72 7-1 570 : Cates, add Alberto
WARREN ,;
would be sent to see if any i!! sailed this morning for Norfolk Vervices and unemployment re- -t.--7.-O;: ; ,.
two members of i| Va., for annual' repairs. I I lief. For EJection Commissioner: i ; .'. l :; I JIGSAW\ CHAMP! ]!S I I Camero won in the race for cap-
family '
one. I (For Four Year'Term) ; ; ; ._ I I lain of fmiice, with a vote of 929.
were employed as charged'! ---- ---- --- IRA F. LBURY .___............_:.'_ 125 : 265, t 135 : '213" < 118 : ) 131 987 I : __ ,i' I II I His nearest' opponent Captain

Ii BENJAMIN C: ROBERTS .._-.._/, 116. 240'] 100 1241' : 118 159 974J. i z.
in the editorial. j iAMERICANS IN MANILA PESSIMISTIC R. VILLAREAL ...w.__m ....._ i : 57+. k {, 137. 51 : ;I I 130; 151 71 V 597 MILORD HAS SOLVEp: ABOUT than Rivas Officer had.7 i3 votes.or 176 leas

The result of the investi-:!' (For Two Year Term) I 600 OF :THt>r PUZ- : Camero.WillfamT.

gation will be sent to ON NEW\ PHILIPPINE COMMONWEALTH\ FRANK BALBONTIN ._.....__ 11 20 10 52 ; 48 9 150 Archer, city treasurer
Gover-I i JOHN A. COLLINS m......_..._..._ 91 205 100 125= 77 10-1 702 ZLESSavannah I, and Sam B. Finder, tax col-

nor David Sholtz, -, W. J. (Sack) FINDER "h ......_._ 17 39 13 62' 29 27 187 lector-assewor were without op-
added. I (By Associated Press) GIFFORD M. ROBERTS __....... 33 57 20 76 66 39 291 1 bat each
ing position were given
By 'EDWARD E. BOMAR or more actual plots already to I WILUAM! F. (Cutter) SAWYER 20 23 19 32 24 16 13-1 ( News) !'

Declaring a "state of emergency" -I I MANILA Nov. 13.-The Filipino .I, assassinate; President-elect Man-1- __u ________ __ __ What does a representative of I,!;I,large compUmewtaiy: count Mr.
Pinder received 16O6 votes, next
uel Quezon. a foreign government do with '
existed the
Key I j i leaders are confident they: "Aguinaldo and Bishop Gre- ANNOUNCE DEATH [FORMER VICE-PRESIDENT DAWES spare time! Domingo: J. h'-I I to Dr. Galey, and Mr. Archer, 1
council
West and Monroe :j .
II Sorio Aglipay polled a third as t Cuban consul at Savannah, 1454.
county board of commissioners -!I I will make a success of the Philippine many votes as Quezon in an elec- become a jig-saw puzzle cham j I Race for councilman was the

i Commonwealth governmentto tion shot through with frauds,I OF REV. DEVINE, COMPILES RECORD OF VARIOUS t pion. After several years of putting I! contest which ,
requested Governor: upset! many predictions -
yet they have not a single voicein them together, he is an ex1 -

Sholtz to take over their affairs be established November 15, the national assembly, of 98 EXPERIENCES WHILE IN OFFICEBy pert. I but substantiated others,
members. Mr. .Milord began solving jig. one in particular which was to
in a rehabilitation ef- whatever the outlook for complete Rev. A. L. Maureau, S. J., has 1,
"That is a dangerous political saw puzzles about two years ago, j! the effect that there would be no
independence: 10 hence but) situation. And there is no new received information announcing: and since that time he has disposed -I j'I
year s < '.-. Press) member of the present council returned -
_
fort.The j assembly election for three : of 600 of them. No one has 1;
Governor named the 1 some well-informed Americans' years the death of his Jesuit classmate J By HERBERT PLUMMERWASHINGTON That was on March 4, 1925. On" i: to office .
I and the next presidential electionis I, ,yet baffled the Cuban consul. It !
relief administration as his I six years hence. Rev. Henry A. Devine, S. J., on Nov. 13.- July 19, 1925, he wrote in his, may take hours but always Mr.II I'I Long before the votes Were all

II I and foreigner are pessimistic. /'The Filipinos are undertakingto t November 9 at St. Charles Col- Record of personal experiences "notes" that "The senate be-' Milord is the victor. in there were many arguments

agent. t* 'I While all public expressions are organize an army under the I I cause of growth of the bloc system .j I His interest in these puzzles about this, a number of sturdy!
lege, Grand Coteau, La. and observations of the men who adherents to the banners of
I I1RS. direction of General Douglas Mac- fibegan! shortly after the death 011)I sev-
of the sweetness and light order, Arthur. That may cost millions. Rev. Devine, who had been an have had their hoar as public officials and abuse of its j rules, is,his wife, when he was feeling j i I I oral! incumbent flouting the idea
B. WARREN\ i "Quezon has announced he fav- I I steadily losing its power to act V melancholy. Mr. Milord recommends 'i and declaring that such a statement -
privately even some of the out. invalid from paralysis for some in Washington, are nothing
for the nation and
constructively was simply preposterous and
ors government help for private ; lj j them for occupying one's i
NOW I IMPROVING'I standing Filipino admit qualm industry opening the possibilityof years, was formerly stationed at rt new. There have been score of,!i[ in proportion as the bloc system, mind and dispelling the blues. ,I could not for one moment be considered -
financial difficulties like in the St. Mary's Parish Key West, and !" grows abuses will be more frequent -!' At first he solved small puzzlesfor tenable.
"The odds are heavily againstthe i such personal documents writtenby I! under rules." However with Jim Roberts
the [ I ,
| World War period when the Filipinos his many friends here with will amusement but now he takes
commonwealth," a high Amer-, were in control. the great and near-great after)|I On the same day he noted "thei j them seriously and likes nothnig1 I Ii leading the council slate with
Word was received in Key West ican official said privately. "But 1 Easiness Ability Lacking be very much grieved on learningof 'i I deteriorating parliamentary per-i better than to spend an evening 1338 votes and other candidates
have the j
yesterday from Miami announcingthat there still is a chance for success "Quezon is absolutely without his demise. they quit Wa.hinctoD'I I;t sonel due in this country to the at home with a 500-piece puzzle I' not of the present board folfow-
Mrs. Braxton B. Warren un- Disorder Threats I experience as an administrator scene ,i j direct primary" This results in ij" before him. H derwent a surgical operation inj J l Seenl :| whatever his record* as a political CARD OF THANKSIt I I the election of senators "who. piece one in four hours and a 1196; Dr. Armando. Cobo, 113.;
one of the hospitals in that city, "Every surface augury is favI -f I leader. The restraining influence One such record, however, has measured by the leaders of the 200-piece one keeps him busy only [Clifford G. Hicks, 1017; Frank
yesterday morning, 'stating that I I orable. The budget is balanced,i!j of an American governor general would be an impossibility to I, made its appearance here which: past are but mediocre after all." an hour. I Delaney, 958; Frank O. Roberts
!is than casual in-I'
the operation was very and right at the outset of the new and auditor removed from local!1 see personally and thank the; attracting more ; His own reaction to the vice So keen is his interest in jigsaw : 8&9, and Marco Mtew. ST., 742, it
terest. It is entitled "Notes
ful. success-I' regime there is a $12,500,000' political pressure because they many persons_ who supported! me as I'' presidency was one of ironic puzzles that some months age was. readily seen that the determination -
Vice written
Her many friends: in I windfall from the United States, were responsible only to the President in the city election yesterday, so" President by j'I amusement. Toward the close of I when he heard that the puzzWs I on the part of the voters
will be pleased to learn that she I Ii representing nine months pro-I of the United States, will be I am taking this means of ex- Charles G. (Hell 'n Maria) :I i I his terns while sitting in the vice were not being maufactured an,i I to select a Completely new council -

i:: now improving and wish for ceeds of the 1934 American excise I gone. pressing my appreciation for the I Dawes. I I I president's room at the capitol he longer he bought: the entire stock : had been carried out to the
her a speedy' recovery.IN tax on Philippine coconut oil.i j *It was the governor general's votes received.If Jotted down at odd moments i t wrote: of a local dealer. Since then interest -,!''letter,
'
This is about half the insular I pruning knife that kept the budget the new administration is to "on the run" some of them written -)t j "The Vice President's room- has been revived and once Two of the old members of the
APPRECIATIONWords government's annual budget." I I balanced all these years. be successful the full cooperation I while Dawes was riding on1':come to think of it-is an impressive again jig-saw puzzles are on the i election conmriaaioners Ira F. Al-

The problem, as outlined by I "Meanwhile the duty-free of every Key West citizen must be:| trains, others while he was forced: ''; one." One of his greatest market. bury and John A. Coll in.-, were re-
are hardly adequate to another American official who I American market, the whole basis I had. May I urge that any fac-'.to listen to interminable debates:' annoyances, however was that the What becomes of finished puzzles elected. Benjamin r.: Roberta,

express that feeling of happinessand because of his position could notI j of Philippine economy already tional differences be forgottenand while presiding over the senate,I sightseers constantly were stopping In the case: of Mr. Milord h* son of member Carlylr Roberta
mental elation which is mine,I permit the use of his name are{I has been partially closed under that everyone work for the, *j-Note as Vice President" affords! by and peeking, in. On one gives them away. The Cuban consul who was not up for reelection is
in realizing that my candidacy for: rhiefly economic but also involve the Tydings-McDnffie independence betterment of Key West which, an excellent insight on the job,,.such occasions he recalled that I v ready for tournament competition the new member. He was given a
the office of city councilman has public order. act and five years hence even in these days when the hcri-'once described by "Cactus Jack"i Vice,f President Marshall called if there is such a thingas vote next in number to Mr. Al-

been given such overwhelming ap-|,j II "Everybody who knows the real I further onerous restrictions will zon isn't as bright as it might be, Garner as the "fifth wheel" of;)':out to a gaping group peering at I a jig-saw puzzle tournament. bury who led this! group.

proval by the voters of Key West{ situation is worried over the possibility -I be progressively imposed. success is within our grasp if the government. 1 j j!him, "Well, if you are not coming I
Until such time as I can personally:j; of violence from extremist -{ "There is not a single Filipino every one works together.The Dawes' assault on the rules of i i in, throw me a peanut.
thank my friends, without whose followers of General Emilio' business man of the first order. citizens of Key West may the senate in his inaugural ad-!} Campaign Note POST ELECTION DANCE I +

assistance I could never have. Aguinado because: of their belief. Every major enterprise is in the rest assured that my time, dress as vice president was one of L j Dawes campaigned for the election TONITE $ s.J
hoped for success I take this they were defrauded in the September -: hands of Americans or foreigners. thought and energy wi'.l l be ex- the highlights of his tenure of of- of Herbert Hoover but as ea.gra.m
method of extending my heartfelt, 17.election," he said earn- How can you have a successful pended without stint to make Key fice. He failed in his efforts to the campaign was ending he was HABANA-MADRID CLUB rf. 44HY+

thanks. I estly. I'nation without business men! West the finest city possible. t curb filibusters and stop other,:,|:.not pleased with the torn it had I All Candidate and Their WHISKIES AND GINS
Sincerely, I Anti-Quezon Plots Found "The Japanese will haveeco- (Signed) DR. H. C. GALE, dilatory tactics: of senators much'taken. On October 29, 1928, a Friends Invited
novl3-lt JIM ROBERTS. I "We know there have been one nomic control in. a -ew years." nov3-lt Mayor-elect. to his chagrin and discomfiture. '*l (Continued on Page Four)


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t iitp Est ttItI 1 WEAKNESS IN "SOAKING THE RICH" I I ITea

PttblUh. Daily Rxocpt Sunday By' ,I \ There is one grave fallacy in any"soaktherich" t DO YOU KNOW By BOB DUNN II TODAY'S WEATHER 1 i

TUB CITIZEN BUSHING: : CO,_ IC.L. !\ .
plan that should receive
P. ARTMAV, rrvvMrvt I
...... 'I *t are.* and is low from Pennsylvania
JOB AXLKX. Aulataat B 11a *r more discussion and understanding: I i per 1 1i pressure -
From The Citizen Building I Highest .......-..-... .. 82 southward into Florida
Corner Greene and Ann Street The accumulated wealth which the i i"soaktherich" I i Lowest .=.=..::::::.............._:. .69 1 and also over the southern. Rock

advocates wish to con- ,,[ Mean ..-, .. ..-......_ ..-76 "
and Plateau Grand
Only. Dally. Newspaper la Key West and.Monroe fiscate IS NOT IN CASH. Normal Mean ._.-_.......__.._75 ies region
County. I Junction, Cole., and Phoenix,
Entered at Key West, Florida, .* second class matter. If the holdings of a multi-millionaire Rainfall I Ariz., 29.86 inches; while high
i iI
------ industrialist, for example, were repre- i Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.i pressure areas overspread Canada
FIFTY-SMTU YEAR Normal Precipitation .... .07 Ins.TfcU :
sented by cash in the bank, or quickly ; ,and extendsouthward over the
AMelat4 Free re-.rd reset. :I. -r mh
Member f the On-
I I. Mississippi Valley Cochrane
..*.. ml S eVleel. this nMMtefc.Tomorrow's .
entitled to use it would *
be
the AMoelat Press Is esel..aly.l negotiable securities a simple tario, 39.36 inches, and Littte
credited toe
for "ec.U.aat.o oC all news dispatches I' Almanac ]
;)r not otberwiM credited la. this paper and also ,enough matter to tax them! fifty, sixty, Sun rises ...w_..._' 6:43 a. m. Rock Arkansas, 30.24 inches

'the local new published here.'NATIONAL seventy. or eighty per, cent The injusticeof I'Sun sets ..'__..._'''_..._ 5:40 p. m. Rams have occurred ante* yesterday -

EDITORIAL) such would still '\\rv Moon rises .._ 9:33 p. In. mormng in moat sections from
a policy remain-but it -- *- -
_. x ASSOCIATION) i; / .L) Moon sets ......._.____...10:37 a. m. tie middle and lower portions of
r I u could be done. the Mississippi River eastward,
/ 9 3 SSSBtiVRIPTION Tomorrow Tides
yYteinltt
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As a matter of fact, the fortune held j. A.M. P.M. except in southern Georgia ea t-

: .RATES .$1 80 by this super-industrialist includes High ...........h..... 12:47'am Tennessee and in portions ofNorth
t On fiix*:Months Tear -.'=:::::'::=:''':=--=:'- --- 6: 0 very Low ____.-.. G:29 5 SOUarometer ( Carolina and New York
:Tare Month 1.51 little "ready money". It consists- factories -I i .... State. CoMer weather has spread
S a. MS. .yr <
Jne Month -__._._._.---- -- .85 I. II &L southeastward over the East Gulf
Weekly __. .. .20 office buildings manufacturing Sea level 2998. j
'VATrME STANDARD 6EEl i States, with temperatures 24 to
ADVERTISING RaT1Ci J plants of one kind or another. These as-I BOTTLE ISAM AMEfUCAM WEATHER FORECAST j 26 degrees- lower in northwestern.

Made known on application. sets are at work producing jobs, needed PR000cr MADE eNT1RELV ? I! Florida; while readings continue

SPECIAL OTTCE: services and dividendsfor OF AMERICAN THAT (Till 8 .,Thursday : above normal in Atlantic coast
All reading notices cards of thanks resolution* of f goods and possibly MATERIALS 0/ I GLASS OGH64NATEP- IN EGYPT p. m. districts. Temperatures continue
reep t, obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at many other stockholders.If AMeRlCAMMJORKMCMAMO PASTES VOJ5WED IMTa OPAQOB COOP Key West and Vicinity: Partly
the rate tff 10 cents a line. OMLll B THE TIM CAMVHlCH I GLASS cloudy tonight and Thursday below zero in portions of western
Notices for ntertainmen by cL: rches from whicha this man's holding is outrageously 1 S OEPENPEMT OM BEAPS, AMULETS' C BvHAMD, ? Canada. Prince Albert. Saskatchewan -
I FOREIGN
revenue is to I 10e derived are 5 rei is a line. vjg.ce TAKEN FROM ;
The Cftlxen:: is an open forum and Invites dlrccslun taxed either in income or inheritance NATIONS F02 PAT2T OFSt)13.lEGTITS.lEGT TOMBS or r c ;r )/ reporting a minimum, this
of public 'Issues and nu''cets of local or general NOT FOUi MILIEM IUM 6f.FORE CHIZIsr j: 0. morning of 20 degrees below.
Interest but It will not pub!.sb anonymous communi- levies tne only way he or his estate can MATER1,4lS.IS '

cations. :: pay is to sell these industrial holdings at TO WTIM6 SEfSOOS OFV PRICE, MiAMD FLOCUATIOM5 CrMERr -SV % # BENJAMIN LOPEZ

forced-sale values. Factories may be WORI.U'OPHEAVALS -- rfl t \ FUNERAL HOME

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST closed, men thrown out of work-for the I Serving Key West

ADVOCATED' BY THE CITIZEN value of machinery and other plant equip- ,i, Half Century
,
Ho Amb.Ianc Serrtc
ment cannot be expressed entirely in dol- t H; g 24 Iice r*.ed Embalm .

1. .WAter and Sewerage' lars. The machine} for example, that -- rJ I L Phone 135 Night 69&I -\\
makes shoes have market value of i ? Partly Cotad Cooler :J
a :
4 Bridges to complete Road to Slain-' may I 'I
o ten thousand dollars-yet be the means of : cooler tonight;. gentle shifting
: i winds becoming moderate northerly KEY WESTCOLONIAL
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providing jobs whose economic importance I i I
rort. ; I i iI I Ii '! HOTEL
dwarfs this sum.
:4;:' Motes! *an& Apartments I i I Florida: Generally fair tonight I I
_.' Big fortunes are working fortunes. 1 1M 1t ,and Thursday;, colder! tonightJacbstfnvite 'I In the Center of the Busmen
I -5Bathing: : Pavilion. They are the fortunes that provide the to Florida traits i and Theater District
and F'a. and East Gulf: Moderate northerly -
.Airports-Land
capital that is essential to every productive winds and partly overcast .
7. Consolidation of Coiaty\ and City I undertaking They are the fortunes that U'r weather tonight and Thursday. First ClaeF'wpreo4Seuible Rate -

: Goverrmenta, i
carry industry tnrough bad times as wellas :
THE FIRST WEATHER! : CONDITIONS i COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
good-and absorb a loss even while THAT HOSTESSES ALL.O&R .

Good evening, Mayor Galey! keeping men at work and wheels turning. GLASS\ STARTED FORAIACESJBR6 ADOPTING AMERICA"STli88Y., ART NEtJ I' A moderate-disturbance is central -1 1I I Garage EI* wtM i I II

The whole history of American industrialism IN OAM.ESTOVOA4 No-oeposrr CLASS eeeR, this morning over North Popular Price
BUTTER AS THE sociALLy 1 Carolina.. Raleigh, 29.74 inches,I I

Do your smoking now, not hereafter.It proves this. VIRGINIA, IM 16O9 t ACCePTAeLE CONTAINER.TO i- .:"- _-!_-.. --'-'-
"Soak the rich" and you soak every- = SE.RVE THElie GUESTS '

one. You strike directly at every pocket-

i is very seldom that a winner thinks book. You invite unemployment indus- --.. -.-- -

the loser wonEverybody trial distress bankruptcies. And you pro- program..Reggie Trevor won from]1"1:: DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY

long depression. KEY WEST IN Battling Garcia I 1

can expla; an election DAYS GONE BY The Exchange Club Quintet ........................1!: WHERE IT CAN HELP

after the votes are counteu. THOUGHTLESS CRUELTYA last yearcity champion and the This is a very fortunate day. '
Happenings: Here Just 10 YearsAgo Coral Islanders will meet tonight 1 The disposition of the native isI I I YOUR TOWN
Today A Taken From I i
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in- a basketball game in the arena restless and he will probably
tells of New York The File Of The Citizen I I I'I
The American people as a whole news dispatch a I of the Athletic Club. Both clubs travel or often change: his voca,
girl 14 years old and six feet tall who I i have been practicing for the event'I tion. Both fame and fortune'
realize; that the bonus is onus and on us.
ran away from school and home to getaway I Citizens and taxpayers and residents and are confident of winning. An i! are favored by this degree and
generally assembled in city exciting and fast game is pro-1' there is good assurance, of suci -i Alt Modern Banking Facilities
from She .ridicule of 1
Irrnnoviedoirr.; = next-;"releii: l e"--tray her fejlojv 'Jwll. last night to.witness_the ceremonies .mised. I1tr i cess. The character is well balanced -: Commercial i and Savings y\ceounta ; '
pupils. Thoughtlessly assocIatesTiavemade i attendant upon the induction i the affections strong and } :
mean either new picture or a new
a her the victim of a heartless tragedy.It into office of the newly ; and Mrs. C., E. Hancock of the mind active. This day may 1
divorce. elected officials. All of the new New York city announce the birth produce: : a great explorer.
hard enough to bear the self-
was
.$ officers were sworn in by City of .son in that city., Mrs. Hancock -
consciousness and embarrassment which ,Attorney J. Lancelot Lester fol- a was before marriageMiss PAWNS FALSE TEETH The First National Bank ol Key West
folks to be different
SJost want things the child's abnormal size made inescapable lowing an address by Mayor Leslie ,May Jones, daughter of Mr. and CHICAGO Charged with !

no matter how different. they are but those who made her burden greater A. Curry and another by retiring Mrs. John Peterson of Key West.(pawning his wife's false teeth to: Member of Federal Reserve
Frank II. Ladd.
Mayor
alrea4Y. 1 get money to buy liquor William
by their derision unspeakably (
were Florida Keys Bond and Mortgage -"Larson, of this city, was fined 1
..: cruel. The waffle sale held at the Congregational company are having their'two j.200. 1I Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance
The term "delusion of grandeur" was recreation last I stores street repaired I
Many instances like this occur, where room on Fleming '1 -
doubtless invented to describe that truck some physical defect or peculiarity of sen- night was well attended. Hot]I and painted. They will soon be'John Thompson was operated on I CorporatioiiN..NN.NNN..NN.NNN.NN.NNN. l
waffles tea and coffee com- ready for occupancy. j i yesterday for appendicitis by Dr.i!
drivel complex. sitive persons is used as a pretext to torture prised the menu. The sale was j J. Y. Porter, jr.. in his hospital at

them with unkind remarks, which cut to der the patronage of the un-I I Jane Thompson; : daughter of 417 Eaton street., i

class of the Congregational -- -.-----
About the best way for a wife to the quick. We read sometime ago of a -
and was for the purpose of raising
keep her husband truthful is not to ask young girl who finally committed suicide funds to buy food for the needy

too nxany questions.A because she had been driven to despera- who will be remembered on .. .NN.NN..NN.NN0.ecN0NN0.
Thanksgiving Day. ......: ........................NN...NfsNN............Neeeeeeeeeeee.....N11.N.NF
ridicule which j ........... .
tion by of her family name ...................ue..f......e...... e
strange land assimilates its con- had a suggestive meaning to evil-minded -:-- t Hv.vv.Tr....................................... .........................f....
The Citizen is in receipt of a
it is said. Think of Mussolini get- persons. letter from Luis Valdes y Valdes '

ting f fr look like Haile Selassie.Bostn Children will seize upon such oppor- president of the Cuban Legion expressing I SPECIAL OFFER ON

tunities to harass their associates some- appreciation: to Key
Westers and organizations for
A newspaper hag been running times in a spirit of fun but often with\ the Attention showed the member*I :

a series of sketches of "Perfect' Poli.- vicious intent. '''While most parents would of the legion while they were in i GLASSBAKE COOKING WARE
Key West celebrating El Grito de GENUINE
men." Fiction appeal strongly to many disapprove of such conduct, many do not Yara Day October 10. t

readcJIB.oJ take the trouble explain to their children ..

how cruel it is ort appeal to ".'
l really One man was killed and five in

their better natures to induce them to re- jured. when two speeders of the 1
When the traveler; arrives in Honolulu Florida East Coast Railway collided
frain from it.Unnecessary.
:the natives cover hira with Icis. last evening on the Stock' 1 it1Ir '
infliction of mental suf- e Ijil
Island bridge. The injured
Reads almost but does not sound like mend
fering is as bad or worse than infliction of were taken to the John Maloney ,
A\hat'.you:; think it does.lav'er '
hospital for treatment. The most
physical pain and children should be pN/
II IIlA IIr
seriously] injured man wa Jabex
A recently told a jury his lady earnestly admonished to avoid both formsof Carey. lIe died this morning c.. C. '
cruelty. Cates lost one finger of the right'
client was "too beautiful to sin." But Eve hand and suffered injuries to- the.

was the most beautiful woman of her day left foot. The others were only
WORLD AIR ROUTES slightly injured and have left the
-an J see what she got us into. I
hoepitaL ;

Great Britain is branching out in its I

fed Cross emergency relief activitiesand commercial aviation. According to a recent Editorial comment: The- chamber ?r.
tlie health of commerce drive for new.
year-round service of conservation -
announcement of Imperial Airways,
members is meeting with wonderful I
are made possfb'-a by ed Cross construction is: soon .t'gL' begin i n' 29 giant success After the drive it will

memn*rship dollars paid .n during the an- flying boats and fShu'geTanSl plane The t be commeO faut to belong to thiscivic

nual :roll call campaign: Join the Red cost is to be about $5.000; <),000. .There is to I body. I

Cro.'5. in the period from Armistice Day to b .
be regular service tx Town and
Cape
Indiaa! Debutantes and sub-debs dancetr' 1, +
Thanksgiving.A\ .. Australia. These trips will be made in I t.hehours away last 'night when! ,

three days four days and one iffcek. Miss Edith Hilton entertained in'r

gentleman informed this column There have been IC a J go[ ><\ many races Th honor home of her at 419 eighteenth Simonton birthday street f

' last week that he desired in buy a radio, end private flights from England: tothe I was beautifully decorated colors-t tI

but trot seeing an advertisement of a radio remote corners of the Empire, but passen- of rose and white which the interior blended a South Florida Contracting & Engineering c ew(
I harmoniously with by
deal*? in the local daily paper concluded I ger service on such a complete schedule is
her mother MVs.\ C. W. Milton
there!-was no agency here and made his new. Our own Clipper planes will soon be I Daring the evening a- refresfameat Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

purchase in a nearby town. whose mer- engaged in regular flights across the Paci- l course; of ice cream cake andpunch -

chanls are progressive en -ugh to let the : fir; following the newly-prepared route was served. "Your home is worthy of the best"tAG

public know what they he for sale and : via some little Pacific Islands. It shouldnot In the boning exhibition: held ........ ... .......N...........................................e'..N
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C price of the offermjrs. Thl. t before there last night at the Athletic Club- .........
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The lessen applies to many l II.: es of e:."":iee of some sort too. :Baby E eyes was given- a decision 'f fffNN..fNN.N................................LN.N.N....f.aNNN.... Nf Nec
ove his opponent Garner: Johns in
busixTgye& in Key West. i I\ It is a small world, after all the main bout of the evening's

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I L B IGX COURAGE FOLLOWING UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED- --rAJU& f Today In History 1]join ization.in .raid"the on Hunters'Prescott,Lodges Canada,;


-b, sSj1 I; rtV' e..*...........eeeee*... | 1851-Group .f settler who.
THROUGH I
COLUMN
1781-John Moody American founded Seattle.. Wash, landed a*

.r:1fO"1II; s... r.r..r..taan. tell, what I. say but," abe sUrutgecer S rid ofJenr6JrZSta1j t ..ee.ee'ie..M' c .ofeee loyalist-spy for the British young AIki Point, eight days out from
tkst...it IlK tin kefrf shoulders. T only ten him the Ltasns htrtinJt&u/fiilL ttfatvui i 1 I er brother of a noted Revolutionary Portland by sea

boasm-Lb..l au t*&sot*en tkefrrml f, sew a fcr l.ar+*>.!*.lfc ........................ in
." itlan. I. 4.m leave the *om. tkt.; *;.&cwmaWered. him the petition written by tbe ttsh L have been.looking at the-prospects X- J. BICYCLE No. ''farmers' party, met at Montgomery -
ACT* f* PM'tI"." to try (a d. .-&.**..rcaMy U Rk. IMa sw' inks ermen. He ask me who own these that the Social League is, Ala.
Nn""", a..wnl......... FNratak traps. I tell him wbat I think. He developing for the Senior League 1 II Reward. will be paid no questions -I 1835 "
--Texan Conventien.
fta.r..a.d ko kas tnkea her asked if .
K ferkr .., asks! me to prove but tbat I cannot and I find quite few almost I returned safelyto
> SerJri. fteroU > ct a axe Island ganized a Provisional Govorn- 1322-U. S. Supreme Court ratted -
City Works.
Acv IIear As,orls t Novelty 1 1I
ready for the local
x"Aane m as-satlsfect:she-wa telling "big league. I I novlS I ment.. that Japanese ineligible for
Last
night's battery of Woodsot I I Ii
Chasten 17 the- whole truth. Lo e'* attitude citizenship.
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and Roberts of the Bar-B-Q. out: 3 LOSTLOSTSpectacles
t
M Oft ft FACT. later proved! tbl& However It. did i I Ii
not explain the reason for a chang- I fit was very goed sad with any j 1838-Armed insurrection in Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
T>UNDEr>br-tto tight; Anuestmn- In his wilL And now she thought [ kind- or support they..should, have i k rsr i between. High i''t Canada; -American border organ- weekly.
*-* bled across the raised thresholi. o r the other reason for her journey won from the Firemen.. Others on School and ''Fleming Street.I' .
Teclaa. followed railing at her there; the principal reason. the Sandwich club who'are'former Friday Reward if returned to --
own stupidity "1 was asleep, t "Tecla.*** she began cautiously Social Leaguers are: Stanley,:r Percy M, Roberta 100& Flminf -:-I .... ........ .. .. ... .

waked: quick. L do not seewell for "why do you call me Nlkkl?"' II Acevedo, peffezo. Wickers, L. i I Street. aov13-ltHALF *:

f'' moment and 1- thInk. yon are t*. ..AnnlkkLts the Finnish for Anne Bazo and Bl'f'el. There are .F.OR.
DOLLAR; head pressed: SALE
ghost That white, coat, your hair Sometime t call you Annfkki. sometime many boys. .if.gjjen. chance, will
i'I r out Liberal: reward if returned

banging Iff Braid Just Nlkkl."Xll1k4 .* do good. Iiho+pe+ether clubs, will .v ,
Beajaouoi F Sawyer
The chose! ef whom Lane Just NlkkL" She. brooder I fry to breaK1 fttf new talent. The I: ; ,

asked qulcklr.011. ., over the name. "Tecla. that's who Lopez ten have twonewcomers in !I dUtMj lose set a rreoleIcur m .ex ve Lopez. Funeral Home. uovH-4t 7' .. '
.
."* Tecla shrugged her shoal 'am. Nikbr. a nobody!'" : Hernandez and.F. Lopez and I believe -:. w_ wojHJLrobe ur'Grcutd xtf: t 17iQ, ,L 2' r v a jinx s s-e :

ders..*>that r do nor tbinbfor sure ":No'- Tecla voice' ..... share I:! they will both do- good. The I! Maitgcr of coftiuntj WANTEDWANTEDSece s

Perhapa my sister. "never you are to say that agaiitnever I I Bakers have Alfonsoand Rod-'*
hear men % I .d.: hand dining!
Your sister la dead-" Anne de- I nguez_ The Firemen. ha'VeX. t//A./
Anne looked'aa In surprise.The; fOrfsloavlixJausy room suit, in good condition.:
manded."when did she die; where I** Lopez Jackie Carbonell, C, Garcia RoGeffI r ,
you knew I'm not Luke Farnsworth'daughter."she I Write Box E, care Citizen. 4 -
-BO fore t' come to this eouurry- challeneed. H_ Castro Walker anda few,j her ct Muldlulran'ccfarfat ne'll3-3tx
She die In Uleaborg mayne thirty OverTeefa' SbrMa face then i others. I hope these new players very a.KUSCr --St a

year ago. DO, thirty-three She was spread the queer Immobility of ex keep developing and, soon it Ouftese uocab I fn&ndr with. e FOR. RENT |
yaung Uke> )'011.. Younger a1Ueea. r99ioawh4ch- Annewa. to laser will not be any trouble at all to

abe had just taken confirmation. wa.. the- pr te t1on. ot the. Flni. share good'; prayers I alt i'b' at which fit ,
They. were. In the.room now. and against Ws enemy the clufcs- will be- evenly matched. t w -Z bed rooms! conveniences : e Jb..> -?serttrI'Ylt lCiitMyr.
We momentary Interest Anne had "Tecla. she Insisted. "you bay \I' I, fus tksnpa* I is fevyn porches. 519 Elizabeth

bad In Tecla's slater had wane S She .to.ten me. Oltfyou.VnowT":: The local fans are overjoyed: thdc Street. novlS
supposed she did look ghostly com "Tea" The.answer came defiantly J
in learning that Virginia. an al!
ing in out of the dark In tfiar wbftesticker. ""Tbell'1'011hs_ talked to mother
I around sportof the City, has beennaned' i'r '' FURNISHED APARTMENTModern -
Tecla bad pulled a wooden about this? Tecla. help me pleaseTom Fats' -
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Consul of Ethiopia by Knjof r .e.- conveniences fiAt"1
rocker-close to- the-cook stove in Farley intimating that mown (
Kings. Ha e SellaLoe. .Ir. M -ndoia ; I White street or call at Gaiti's 1
a roooi..wJW:1LleeU1: be used forliving mother! was sort of a waif wh I --- I
is having a. bit, blow out t. Barber Shop. nov12 f
1
aa well as kitchen purposes. drifted into the hospital iit-ralh ; s.eeeee..e..e..eeeeeecc ,[ 1
Anne san ..Into!, the rocker. then out of the night* celebrate the appointment. Good: : I I BASKETBALL AT 1 t >;r.r f
looked, up Jaei: t& f. seemed Oiled for Virginiot Kopelio Gomez was ;( i FURNISHED APARTMENT, with
with s ber round-eyed children who now Ann saw the anger O' the" man to get him this job. !, electric ice box..,, 1001 Eaton

stood UeQtljrwatcbingher.: AND Flniua slow. tnardculate t ; SCHOOL TONIGHT phone 879-J. nov9-lmox

Tecfa rapped out an order In Finnish burning anger. She swung awa I see where Dizzy Dean gets'' t
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arc they vanished silently from Anne to attack the(fire to slan credit fop Winning and losing a FURNISHED HOUSE. Modern

aa they had appeared.When the last stove' lids and strike at Interferin game the other day in. California.He 1782 I i There will be two basketball conveniences three bed rooms. .

had disappeared through a narrow pieces of wood. pitched for both tides. He, Swedish !games at the High School gymnasium '. garage Apply 610 White

door and the.sound of bare feat pat- "Teela" stood one side on their beads ard 1846. i iI j tonight smarting at 7 i Street. nov9-5tx e w.. _
taring,up a wooden atalrcaae bad The woman turned.."Tom- Fade '12.
o'clock. t
the other club- knocked his deliv- I
ceased. Tecla turned to John. Is a fooL He is also a liar. He doer I NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT .
ery all over the lot. .. ..There a i 1833 The first game will be betweenthe I
"Ill brine your keys back. after not takefrom yon Just your bomt with garage. Apply 827Ddval
rumor afloat in- the baseball sans tragic 10-B1 class and the 10-B2
WIllle.he.. said and he too disappeared and your money.he take your name.' street. oct19
; leaving them alone. Then have a name? Tech d< that Brookyn will trade Al Lopez:1 1I 'tor and. quintet. The second between the
Tecla crossed the stirred to Pittsburgh for Lloyd: Waner sin, born '( 12B'sand! the 11-A's. FOR SALE
room know itt
up yon Did Lnclnda ever sat Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-
tie fire then came to stand before : anything to you about my parents and Bin Swift.. Jack Sharkey is ;in New
Anne and look down at her. Arne "Yes." Again the peculiar dell I trying for a comeback .Brook-I,,, librarian and bibliographer,father SECOND. SHEETS 600 for 50c. head street,.. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

felt shewaa child again and.that ance. "This-! much test Mrs. Faros lyn will trade Pitcher Mung to'! 1S38- I i r of the noted !golf champion. born The Artmaa. Preaa.. aug7 of the sea and overlooking, Coral Park
somehow Tecla had come into her worth she say U me Tech now 1 theCards or Pepper Martin and I' mon ) 1 in Boston. Died in Chicago Feb.I

nursery during the night to frighten am happy.My baby she come from p Joe 3Tedwick. Mr. Martin is peered -I I 8, 1935. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed For price and terms apply to

away a bad dream with her pres father who Is strong and brave froma because the Cards want to move I Far ; I I card, $1.2L The Artman

ence. mother who is the fine lady The him from third base back to the ,City I 1853-John Drew, celebrated Preaa., aq'J
You wish to tell Tecla. or no? she say to me." outfield and Medwick's: batting I I i actor of a noted actor-family L. P. ARTMAN,

Maybe to bed now)'OU.go..1ea.!'* -I. hadn't thought of m,-tat her.' lump cost the Cards the pen-11 born in Philadelphia. Died in QLD PAPERS FuR SALE-Two

"1-" Anne stood up."I-" I Anne declared softly and repeated ant. .Need we remind you that 1850 I San Francisco, July 9, 1927.1853Moses bundles for Bc<<_The Citizen Office The Citizen Offico
"You. have had trouble Tecla I I famous -
"a father who is strong and brave octlB ;p'
the Cubs will the
cross country, o*
cried. Impulsively arms went Tecla. I'm going to find him. will burgh.

oat When and Anne,went Into thenu II help menTecla yon series from California ol games.. in to the Florida Grapefruit for a I 1894 I'r Idaho clothier mayor Alexander. Idaho Boise governor :-, TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
the sobs'had quieted underthe
stooped and patted AnnaVhand. I Jewish sheets 'T5c The Axtman.Press
I 'league before beginning the busi- bornin Germanypr ,
steady stroking of the woman'a "No.. NifclcL. I tell 1850
yon some- )
band ,, fleas of defending their National I[Died in Boise, Jan. 4, 1932. aug.7 ...ee..e..e.e..e..aesccccceee.e..e..e.er
she spoke "There la trouble. t'lbg else-Mrs..Farnsworth say;:"Snow I i. Frances
There ia more than grief. Nikki? they are both- dead so Luke and League championship. Sad Sam:' ber 1 I 1-

"Yes.'*Anne straightened up {and I will be- like bee own' That mud r Jones was turned loose by the i'I Wickers. >r
smiled at her old nurse through her t telL White Sox after playing 22 consecutive -: Francis I
tears.** Pm ashamed Tecla. but. she "Had he died before my mother seasons with Cleveland i '

shrugged her shoulders its good camea the hospital. do yon know?*" Boston New York St. Louis, the i -.
to-be here;" I -1 don't know.. Tecla confessed Washington and Chicago. He is a good: j

Tecla nodded. She looked about I and her brow furrowed."Only I know n and still active. He won eight: bara is !' FIRMS
the big kitchen the tiring room ot I Mrs.\ Rosam
Farnsworth say he die that games: and lost seven las year., .
her home..and smiled. It was spotlessly same night. No more I know. she The Red Sox only want Foxx. Mc- Skip
s
clean. Against the starched concluded with set stnbborness. that a 'sI
Nair and Higgins and they will be
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whiteness of her window curtains. Anne was satisfied she knew more satisfied.Bill kick for
was the delicate tracery of banging but she was also satisfied with what I Sidney. i
ferns and potted plants In painted she had learned. She would stay Edna Who Rosi Tit( Gwe Service-Patronize ThemWEDNESDAY
Cates will be in faster I
tins. Dishes gleamed. from shelves, near and gradually she would learn
accented here and there by old world more. Now she- relaxed into the- company next year or my guess. i is Madge I

pottery rich; blues and bun : conscious or the warmth than very bad. The Chattanooga ernoon-
"Yea.she conceded with pride: penetrated to her chilled marrow! I Southern League club will train catch, !

"home always- good. You. are at simmering tea. kettle. the coz I I in Sanford and they- will see howgood was Star Americaa CeIees

borne here" crackling of the fire and tbe patter Bill can play and will prob- other JOHN C .p l\AA IWtr ROSES T1FTS I
it I Rea a Iut.and ...._ diet
Ing rain on the window panes. aby take him back with them. Put was
\T home. Anne sank into the "Jfikkl. dinner you bade Tecla I this in your hat and watch how Lopez, !i ;. 011I7- -d ia good _11FLORAL PIECES
A
worn wooden rocker She didn't asked auspiciously, as ahe baked at Cates will make smoke next did he !I 3"8 SUIONTON ST.and: yes can be sure that CASH GROCERY

atop to analyze the difference she the pale face of the giiL"Xo. March.I Skip is J I fresh because it"a IIItied ia SPECIALTY'

felt. between Tecla and the other ..:tnt Fm not hungry.T""Better since Si 8s'I; Key Weat. 1101 Dwutosa SUed
servants. you eat: before yon go to have noticed that certain ence
Tecla she had known: only In the bed. She hurried to the stove to pull players in the Social League have wishing I P L U &1 BIN G LARGO, 1& 18c; PLANTS sad. VINES PHONE.29

years when she was dependent upon a coffee pot forvard. then from the I STAR It 25c
their own rooters at Bayview rooting ;
bee The other servants whom she rear porch she brought a bo.tIt
liked no less, had as she had grown Is fishermen's stew It makes them Park every afternoon to encourage in this V. &; s.. It 15c. SOUIB FLORIDA Staple aDd Fancy
For instance j
them to
along. pay
assumed the places of those to be big and strong like lr make. you DURO PUMPS Groceries

commanpStt.: :T claihad sever los little N9kkL"She ------ ----
MILL
STAR COFFEE
her placet o) t\e one to be obeyed In chatted on as she busied PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY'

Anne'a nHid.t; : herself about the kitchen tying a 1 512 Greene Street CcmpI.te LiAe Freak

She obgjrejTherjiow.: She talked starch-stiff apron over her robe. I
PHONE 348 Phone 256 V etablu
Fruits
ank
'told'more than she realized,ia her
You stay awhile with Tecla she PHONE 597
rush: or words; and Tecla. a grotesque asked pouring the contents or the !
"Like A Cake
lftrfttgnre,later worn grey bowl Into a pea

bathrob ;nalled.,aret an eqnall "U I could Tecla. Would you. i SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS.ARE UERE
worn flannel,IOWA Uat, ned.. have room for' me? Td solove to -
T don't understand. the nurse- hide away for a while until I know Jewfish.2.lbs. 3Sc INSURANCE

protested when she had stopped."Always what I want to da* Yelltail Stork Z 1\.. 3Sc THE KEY WEST
Mr. Farusworttt flak; for "Sc,* agreed Tech. i' A
you always! When yoaara Uttle he A ran. oa the door interrupted Yellowtail OD Bose Z lbs.. ZSc Office 319 DuYa Street

aay.1 build these flue canneries then further plans. John Neuman stepped !1h 1hr I Grouper, Z lbs. ZSc SUJlAY} S1!! r e

:have whey them.my little***" Anna grow big. she' In. said."Your keys. Miss Farnsworth.he ." ..4 i I, Supper, Z n- Zee TELEPHONE NO. 1

"I know.: Anne confessed. -lIe I i Matto. rash, 2 Iba. 25c _
"Come In..John. Tecla.ordered.. 'I Sahaipw.$2 Per Yes.r
aid something of that to me the ".e hare the stew.and 1 cook coffee.Later .. r I
very afternoon.of the accident then I FRESH SHRIMP Try( Teo. Mea" AI
we talk. Site hesitate a moo ;( I ---THE--
large Select Oysters Key Wes Only Sunda
something:happened latex to- make meat then turned ta Anne..."Yon do ,
him change his mind. Tech she not care if L tell him some of! what I I Fr..1a Crab Meat u. D. cow 6Sc rape D lmonico RestatRan!

tsald sharply ")'ou were with him: yon have told men t, f I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
Busmen Office Citizen Sew _
that f r Bad.er..r lie
during times Tell what did ,
me.
(Copyright. If IS. 6" Jeunnt Bovrtian)
you say to him and to mother 1 LOWE FISH COMPANY BuiIcJ qr 5. c...... 01---. -
Tecla looked, at her.. "I not say i COMPANY
John fl. iT to PHONE IOc 71e. a" as.
um suggests a plan 1S1 PHONE 5.1. ----- e
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in )Minneapolis years ago:; 536 Fleaua[ Street
Birthday*: \ In packap JENNIE B. DE BOER

s..e.ee.ee.e.e.e.scee... Mrs. G'uilford Dudley of Nashville FOODSTUFFS kept in i FUlfEIAL HOME

Justice Louis D. Brandeis of Teniu, Democratic politic]l REFRIGERATORS are as I ofF

in leader, born there, 59 years ago, healthful: as if they were ::: .
the Louisville U. S. Supreme Ky.. 79 Court years, ago.born ice. Our .Refrigerators are c : It III r IN G DfpIfW. SJW tIc -

Raph H. Barbour. writer oft and absolutely airtight. c-rt"7
DONE BY Wi
boys' books. born at Cambridge, NOTARY PUBLIC

Bishop James Cannon. Jr... of t Mass., 65 years ago.SPECIAL $30.00 and $ LICENSED EMBALMER;
the 5L E:. Church: South, born at WATCHMAKER, JEWEL.fHE--

Salisbury, lid. 71 years ago. OFFERPERMANENT EASY TERMS-10 DAYS AND ENGRAVER

I -ots- -On Display I See Him For Your Next War ARTIA.lt. PRESS A.bsiaw 5enIM -

Dr. Abraham Flexner, director i I WAVES ALL PRICES REDUCED '
of the Institute for Advanced atlze1r' 1M.C. JADY;: ATTEftDMrf
: fwo Permanents C5! 00 Thompson Ice Hours 9 to lZ-1 s. a Citizen OHiceOpe.
Study, Princeton N. J., born in. for PHONE 51

Louisville, Ky., 69 years ago. ( Better Wave. $5.00 sad np i Sat.r"J' Nights ....... ... 1 .... SJ.q "
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ARNOLD NAMED TWELVE\ ARRIVE 1 IVICK COMPANY'SBUSINESS addition of Vicks Va-tro-nol, BumsteadsWormSpp

Society TO SUBSCRIBERS Vicks Medicated Cough Drops and CHICAGO-Miss! Letitia McMahon -
ABOARD PLANE SHOWS\ Vicks Voratoce Antisepticnowover *T. etdlirm as tut.4 w s.'rt.. W10..e
MEMBER OF AUTODEALERS of this city was arrestedfor abv.elas.1 an ,..-*.. IT NLVEK
............ If yoa do net receive 7001'paper 53 million Vick aids to bet- PAllA Dranito Marrttv M4 _
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.......... registering her father's death r.s.1 HANTOVIN.'\ H eMHstaa tag dma.
by 6:15 clock in tho :!ter control of colds are used ...... Mat wn tft. MM .v.ywh.qw .
ASSN. Dance Tonight At GREAT INCREASE,[yearly,.in the United States alone. and claiming insurance when investigators br .. Me n kvttte.KM. .
RESERVATIONS: MADE FOR afternoon, call telephone 51 C. A. V.inhn*. X. Q. rhu.a.tahl.PALACE .
"Depression? said Lunsford found him in good J
HabanaMadridAnother 5 PASSENGERS TO LEAVE and n paper will ... cent toyotr !I Richardson, president of the company health.

MANAGER OF MELTZER MO homo. A complaint boy ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY- a few years when asked
of the delightful dance THIS AFTERNOON i. on duty at this office from I I about conditions, "Vicks isn't creased its use of newspaper
TOR COMPANY RECEIVES evenings for which the Habana- FOUR PERCENT INCREASE ; afraid of 'depressions.' Fact is, we JOHN WAYNE in
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6:15 7:15 for the
to p. m !space always looked upon as the
Madrid Club has become noted, is I born in the depression of
PAYROLL OF were backbone its jl THE NEW FRONTIER
of delivering REPORTED IN I of advertising. This
APPOINTMENTBY com-
WORD OF purpose
to be given tonight with an ex- Arriving on the plane thism4rning.from 1907, and since then they'veproved
Vicks is
season the
Serial
using largest and Comedy
cellent,, orchestra to ,furnish plaints. Help n* give yon 100perct CHEMICAL CONCERN stimulants rather than de i
NATIONAL UNIT list in its history-over 1600
twelvepassengers daily
Miami i were I "' i ;
music. j service by calinf 51 pressants yicks. t I Matinee: 5-IOc; Night: 10IScP&O
Manager Juan Carbonell, ever as / ollows: William I if yon do not receive Tho Citi- The record seems to bear 'him.out. papers. -- .

received ready to provide entertainment .Leswak, Julius Waskow, Edna aea. Special! te The Citlzrn) I And"an item in that recordof I _u -----
Announcement was I
headquarters I for his patrons decided that the Pinder, Ralph.Stoutamier, Carl A'.! GREENSBORO, N. C., Nov. 13., impressive; interest! business.
national
here today that ,night following election was the .4'.I.1.1.1'&r.AT.IT. the five months I is that, throughout depression -
in St. Louis of the Na- proper time to give the victors! Rom, Livingston Phillips, Ethel -For period I men STEAMSHIP Co.

tional Automobile Dealers As- and their friends an opportunity' Phillips,;-W: J. Shomack, Albert C.' ........................ ending October 31, employment Vicks has ,consistently in- UNITED STATES FAST

sociation has appointed Wm. M. to celebrate. :Manucy\ Clara Manucy, Edgar here at the laboratories of Vick I MAIL ROUTES FOR

Arnold, manager of Meltzer Motor For that reason Manager Car- Stark and Kenneth Brewster. j BRIEF SKETCHOF Chemical Company-makers of Helping Mothers
bonell his Post Election MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
announces Vicks and other aids to
VapoRub
Company, of Key West, as' Reservations for five passengers I Cut Down On
member of the National Activities Dance evening and assures of perfect all who enjoyment'under attendan had been made for the after- DR. GALEY better control of coldsreachedan to Leave Key West for Havana on Mondays and Thursdays.

Council of the association. A let- the most pleasing condilions. -!noon trip when the passenger list; .e..eeeeee.............I all-time peak, and payrolls increased Family's Colds Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and

him the appoint- was checked at 2:30, this after-!; 164 percent over the cor- Fridays.
ter informing of Following is a brief sketch of Unique Formula for Nose and

ment states that his name had ........................ noon. .Dr. Harry C. Galey, who is mayor- responding This record period is all of the 1934.more impressive Throat Helps to Prevent Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. )[.

been recommended by E. C. Williamson I elect of Key West, and who will in view of the fact that I Colds-And to Throw Off Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.
16 E. Ashley St., Jack PERSONAL MENTIONMr. APPRECIATIONOnce Head Colds at the Start.. For further r
be inducted into office, with oth- Vicks employment showed progressive information call Phone 71

sonville Board of Fla.Directors, member'of N. A.of D.the A. I again it becomes my I ers of the elected candidates, at upward steps The throughout' SOON CLEARS -STUFFY HEAD- J. H. COSTAR, A cent.

for this state, and "comes as a and Mrs. Livingston Phil- pleasant purpose to express my the prescribed ceremonies, the the depression.national recognition company in MothersaresooftenTt

recognition of your devotion to t]lips arrived by plane this morningfor 'thanks toward those hundreds of date of which will be announced pained the of : ,' worried about theirs
1932-33..at! lowest point =
friends who gave me the gratifying families' colds that
trade interests, and constantwillingness visit with Mr. Phillips' be held .
your tomorrow
a complimentary vote in yes- following a caucus to depression. .in showing an employment they find special com il
to sacrifice your own mother. Mrs. Edwin M. Phillips, terday's election. In the years by the newly-elected officers : increase of more than _, I fortinthisuniqueaid WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
presonal' gain for the advance- at the home Duval street. for colds
on preventing
the best normal
that I have been city tax assessor- : 100 percent over Local Committee for Key WestDate
ment of the trade as a whole, -Vicks Va-tro-noL
and that "it is an honor both to Edgar Starke, operator of thej I collector I have never failed to Dr. Galey came to Key Westin records the of pre-depression time the rather years. Especially designed for nose and I
At came
yourself and to the other dealersof Key West Marine Railway who carry out the duties of my office 1903! from Philadelphia. After same upper throat, where moat cold ._.... ..._ ._. .__ ,._
that .
for the protection .the. people'sbest startling! announcement no .tart,V a-t -nol stimulates the functions .0. I l-: : ;
sour trade territory. was in Miami for a few days on interest. spending several years as a phar- Vicks salary bad ever been cut provided by Nature-in the .) "
As member of the National Activities business, returned by plane this I nov3-lt SAM B. FINDER.APPRECIATION maceutical apprentice with the'I because of "hard times." nose to prevent colds,and to throw TO THE EDITOR:
Council Mr. Arnold will: morning. late Dr. J.or B. Maloney, he attended _This_ record- u'VICKS. _has consistently ,-, off_head colds in the early stages.Used '.
bring to, the automobile dealers, the medical school of the University i- maintained-outstandingly in time-at the first sniffle, Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
the activities and policies of the I Albert C. Manucy of the WPA j of Pennsylvania where he I sneeze or nasal irritation-just a
doing its share to speed recovery fewdropsupeach nostril-Va-tro-nol memory of one of our most beloved and useful
national organization reporting division of statistics and research received his in medicine.
I degree in and during helps to avoid colds.
I In assuming the office of to and advsing with local dealers' who was away on a short vaca-i'councilman. to which my friends I The mayor-elect returned to 'the past five difficult years. Inj Where irritation has led to a citizens, I enclose herewith my contnBatwi of

occasionally on national developments .!I tion, returned this morning by|; throughout the city elected me, it''.Key West in 1915 when he started 'I fact, Vicks' expansion policieswere clogged-up nose (a stuffy head coldor to the Will Rogers Memorial
and thus promoting united !! plane, accompanied by Mrs.! practicing medicine. out what nasal catarrh) Va-tro.nolapreads
is my desire to assure those j already carrying through the nasal passagesreducesswollen Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
action and support for major en- Manucy. Always interested in civic life i the Federal government sought
friends of my deepest gratitude; membranes-clears clogging
cleavers. Also, through him national I for their support and assure them j of the community Dr. Galey wasa I with its NRA in the summer of mucus-brings comforting relief. I others from Key West and will go without any
headquarters states it will* A. C. Brown, grove inspectoi charter member of the Key
1933 to increase employmentand A Practical Guide for Mothers
I shall in
that try every way tot,
be kept constantly informed of'1 with the state plant board who justify the confidence reposed in West Rotary Club. He wears a it is noteworthy that Vicks Each year, more and more families deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be

local group thought and desires. j I was on a business visit with the j!( me. 25-year membership medal of the still adheres, in all its laboratoriesand are being helped to fever colds, i expended, also without any deduction as the Memorial -
The thorough organization of; local unit, left yesterday after :] FRANK O. ROBERTS. Knights of Pythias and isva member offices, to the five-day, 40- shorter colds and milder colds by following I
automobile dealers throughout the noon for Tampa. I of several other lodges. j Vicks Plan for Better Control Committee may determine.
novlS-lt |I hour week prescribed by a codeno of Colds. Vicks Plan has been clinically
United States by similar appointments i' I The new mayor is a member of longer binding. tested by practicing physicians, I
of key representatives of 1 J. R. Blair, United States inSpector APPRECIATIONMy the American Medical Association!I I While exact figures; are not and further proved in everyday II Name --
the National Activities Council I I of hulls and G. F. Scheer, 'I the Florida Medical Association.I available except for laboratory ., home use throughout the country. I
one in each city of 2,000 popula-!! United States inspector of boilers and the Monroe County Medical tech Full details of the Plan come in each Address
pleasure at the fine expression forces, the office employes of Vicks VatronoL'Million ---'- -- ._ -...:.--...--.
tion or more is now under way.![ v.ho arrived on an inspection Association. He is one of the nical staffs and management package
; j I of confidence by the citizens : I
I trip, left yesterday afternoon on of Key West, urges me to thank few medical men in the South :;: groups employed by Vicks have ;_:;:.:..J3 Vick: Aids Uwd Yearly N3

COUNTY BOARDMEETS 1 1).the Cuba for Tampa. II you sincerely for your support inyesterday's i(!who position.holds a municipal executive I l 1![: also shown marked increases throughthe in for Better Control of Cold J

election. My ( payrolls and personnel
I I Miss Edna Pinder, who had every 1, 1 I
endeavor will be to merit that i { years since 1928-29.
been visiting with relatives in Miami I LEAVES FOR TAMPA I
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TONIGHTRegular i iI
which reflects period
:: confidence by an efficient administration -.} ,I All of a ,
was a returning passenger I ,
i! of the office of council- I t I 'of continuing increases in volume
-- !!r on the plane from Miami this man. I Joseph Fraga messenger with ': of Vicks sales. Not only have sales An Index To 1
I morning. i the Western Union Telegraph
of its leader Vicks VapoRub, in-
meeting of the board, WILLIAM A. FREEMAN. : ,
I i il left yesterday,afternoonon
of county commissioners will be t:!|l Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bethel. !nov3-lt I company the Cuba for Tampa where he i- I

held tonight 8 o'clock in the of- who were in Key West for a short has been given,a position as usherin it ''q -. RELIABLE
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fice of Clerk Ross C. Sawyer in' visit with Ilr.-_B thel's parents. CARD APPRECIATION one of the theaters; t FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
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the county court house. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Bethel, and .. l t )6n
from and to
Checking accounts I desire to: express my deepestappreciation
depository
1 other relatives, left Iond'ay.for.
for the month of October and' their homd in, Arcadia. I of the splendid vote j)/GIRLS, POUT BE SKINNY!. Boston, New York Miami, -
other routine matters are scheduled I given me" by the good citizens of j MEN ADMIRE CURVESI
for consideration. A. C. Baker principal entomologist ;! Kep 'Wes in:'yesterday's' electionand !I : | Jacksonville, Galveston, ; fiRMS

I with the department of,agriculture : extend'thanks to all who*I I 'I WAS FIAT CHESTHl RUN DOWN AND New Orleans and Beyond

FORMER VICE-PRES. whop was in.Key West fota voted against; ne realizing that SKINNY UNTIL I TOOK VlfiOll IRON TONIC.
COJIPILESRECORD I short business visit, left yesterday [: they did 50-' in the belief that it I THEN MY'FlG-URE&GAHTOFIlLOUT From Key West alternate Friday
for Tampa enroute to liar. was for the best interest of the i ; From New York every'Tuesday
lengni Texas.AMATEUR. I community: but hoping to- receive'' AND I GOT MORE CURVES TO MY fiOOxHAVE From Bottom SaturdayFrom
(Continued from Page One) | their support in the future With I NO TROUBLE GETTING BOY every

few days before Hoover was elected renewed assurance that I will, as FRIENDS FOR DANCES AND MOTES NOW Jacksonville, Miami, aDd
he wrote In his notes: NIGHT i in the stand for the New Orleans every two weeksCLYDEMALLORY
past, always CETVtNOL AT YOUR ORUGGISl fOllOW% JOE ARROWAnd !
"I am sorry to say it, but I am protection of the people's interestin IT TASTES GOOD. I

afraid that the chief cause of the BAYVIEW\ PARK a straightforward and con-, '

increased registration and the t scientious way I thank you,'' h7tP.J ,

coming landslide is the submergedand ,,- : friends one and all. Get Your 1-
widely disclaimed issue arising novl3-lt WALLACE PrxDER.J VLNOL Today at C. E. SMITH Agent --- You Will Find In This
in the minds of the intolerant An amateur night performancewill i Key West, Fla.
be staged at Bayview Park Oriental Pharmacy
because of Governor Smith's reli-
tonight, it was announced today Fiery Smarting t Which Aim
gion. Our Constitution gives every Directory Stores
CHAFED SKiN 1 1It
man the right to worship God in by the recreation section of the -- ,

his own way. We have heretofore local district of the WPA. J = .I"il'.4TI.'r'
been comparatively free in our Several good numbers have is ells to Rey f'1"111111111'11' ; To Serve and Please You. They

political! contests in this country been included in the program tonight I lieve this torment

from this ugly prejudice." dially, invited.to which the public is cor-: to and the restore irritated comfort skin Invite You To Visit Them!
Notes *- f
as Vice President" presents I with soothing ReeinoLIt "Make Your Paper Pay |
the Dawes whom Washington action is quick.I .,
knows best-dryly keen, l\\\\Iltltltl/Ilf //// I and it is safe for

humorous never exaggerative, always tenderret skins.MONROE '
bitting the bull's eye. It. SPENDYOUR W I You Dividends! j

portrays the same Dawes who first I I
s LIQUORS-BEER I SERVICE STATION SHOE REPAIRING
attracted national attention as the Q I ,
director of the budget by climaxing .WVCATIDN I sI s
a seven-hour speech before a CURRO'S PLACE : SWEETING'S SERV. STA. GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP

congressional committee investi-, : THIS YEAR IN = THEATER Money Saving Prices 8 DOT*! At PetronU Street Paint Jobs That Hold Up H. Diamandi, Prop.

gating the A. E. F. with his famous Lionel Barrymore-Helen Mackin I Package! Liquors of All Kinds I Expert Starter and Gen. Service I Old Shoe Made A* Good A* Now
expletive, "Hell and Maria!" FLORIDA The Return of Peter Grimm I
!I S Beer and Wine Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service 612 Onval Street
Chester Morris-Sally Filers in
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado r HEALTH! : .
PURSUIT Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers -
extends about 280 miles. / I, PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ FISHDEMERITT BAKERIESMALONEY
0 Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orche closely for special savings on your
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household necessities. Make your paper pay you I STUDIO BROS. FISH &: PEACOCK

THE SEMINOLEJarkMHvlIlv. I dividend The most interesting news in the You'll Like The Print We Make' COMPANY Baker of Baker Boy Broad

E paper today is the advertising where you _n h: I Photo EntUrrin A Specialty Specializing in Freak Fish Cake and Pastries
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;;. \ .. save many dollars on the family budget by I 606 Dnv&l Street Foot of Front Street I Phone 818 812 Fleming St.
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;; ::!:I:a :.."., Oversea Transportation Co. patronizing those merchants who advertise their Phone 44 Free Delivery

1t 1.1 goods. PLUMBINGTHOMPSONtPLUMBING I PRESSING

".'':;:; ... ":.. j......".:.: OWNED AND OPERATED BY I COFFEE I
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.\:...IWiifiD : i THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST I FERNANDEZ &

-. l Thompson Fish Co. Inc., Key West I! OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S COMPANY .TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS GONZALEZDry

"Get Oar Price rust"' Ask Your Grocer For I CI... -Pr99.lmg

.......IL._(.ylll....,F.R".s. FI.rleaCRAB. REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT t S PURSE. Sii t Sheet Metal Work, Dayton Pumps 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE Fint Class Alteration

A human home-like Institution j SERVICE BETWEEN I I'I 132 Simonton St. Phone 536 Half Pond Pkf*. lOc I 928 Division; St.

where )ou will find 7e.r Individual ii I bit A merchant who advertises his prices

e ter* it of.rt great a.4 Importance.rmtrrtmlmrmt a mat Key West and Miami !\r: charged a customer 20 cents for an-article that a ': CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE CLUBSFor I II I DRUGS

--o-- 1 'I non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.
A steel flrrpr..( fc.IUI B located I I
!. the heart .. the city NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST Why this big difference? I CLEANERS Recreation VUit I ORIENTAL PHARMACY

Every Room with-OmMnatlon Tul h -ON- II' I I. J. Calleja, Prop. THE NAVY CLUB Emilio Romero, Prop.

and Shower Bath Radio KlectrKOllinic Suits Cleaned and Pressed 2Sc Greene St. Opp. Western Union PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Fan Slat Door for Summe r !S By patronizing the merchants who present '
Ventilation. Comfortable Beds wltlUattreses k TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS I 1 Day Service-Next Cuban Clab!! Yon Are Welcome Phono 379 1000 Dnval Street
of Inner Sprint Con I their prices frankly and openly each week you

lag traction Lamp: and Individual Read i WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY I \: help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT POULTRY

HATE! IU.C' SERVICE 1 OF KEY WEST. I

TH 11**_.. Private Rath .. ._ C2.*.j ;t
*>O H__.. Private Hath ...... .' zasj OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET If yon are looking for POULTRY
de H._.. Private Balk ... ._ 3.O i I Sr
24 &__., Private Hath X* TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 (Make your paper pay you dividends. visit or callFuUord'
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