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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 23, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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VOLUME LVI. No. 279. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Price Says Hoover; ,Borah 1 I MANY HERE VISITORS LAST YEAR Clipper Plane To Arrive I BPAPY MAYOR GALEY LEAVING AND':!I Warm Springs Children Set




Activities Lead G; 0. P. ', ARE BACK AGAINALL Tomorrow Inaugurating New i ON PLANE SUNDAYI t| For Thrill bating Turkey


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Toward Internal Battle'I GREATLY DELIGHTEDON Key West-Miami Service WILL JOIN OTHER MEMBER!- With Nation's'' Chief Executive


ARRIVAL; TWO CAME i OF COMMITTEE GOING TO i ij
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HIGHWAY j JACKSONVILLE IN INTEREST
IN BY OVERSEA
: Beginning tomorrow Key Wesl cities by the Pan American Airwa.a I..IIT 1I".IiT.I".4J'.A
Talk Of Becoming Presidential Youngsters Looking For
RETIRED SHOE OF PWA WORKERS
ROUTE LAST EVENING I
Candidates Cause will have plane service. from Miami QUEEN ANGEL FISH 'I ward With Much Pleas

Of Party Heading To- 'I MANUFACTURERLOCATES four days weekly, Sundays, At 11 o'clock tomorrow I AT LOCAL AQUARIUM j ure To Coming Thanks-
Visitors in Key West two years ing and continuing until morn-I I Mayor Harry C. Galey and EventBy
giving
ward ConflictBy and delighted with the charmof Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Fri o'clock in the afternoon the : Representative B. C. Papy have '
HERE ago will be open to the public and j i}!i booked reservation on the Pan- For the second time since

BYRON PRICE the city and its people WilliamE. da,... V, this about two weeks, persons who desire seeing' the j i American Clipper leaving for Miami the Key West Aquarium was E. K. BUTLER

(ChicC .t llurrau. The AuMciatrclPrewt. Saunders of San Diego Calif., interior of one of the modern j I(I| tomorrow afternoon where built there is a queen angelfish fRy .%._ ..r. Press)

\\..hiac<...< WILLIAM SEYBOLD TAKES and son, S. Mitchell Saunders, of six-day-a-wcck service will be skipsof the air are invited to do they will be joined by State Senator in the tanks and one of WARM SPRINGS Ca., Nov.

With loth Mr. Hoover and Mr. I Los Angeles, are back for another Authorization to open the I I Arthur Gomez. the most gorgeous which Las .-"Say, Mr. President, please
Borah and like i UP WINTER RESIDENCE; started it is planned. ship 'for inspection was received These officials form the comi ever been caught here.
talking more more sojourn.
from Miami this morning. i i I i I mittee whose mission takes them The fish is beautifully pass me some more turkey."
president! candidate, the Republican i I FINDS I WEY WEST MOST ATTRACTIVE Today they are looking over The flight of the Clipper to Key A number of Key Westers and I' to Jacksonville, and possibly marked and has on its head That' what Belly Preno

head OF MANY CITIES several places to settle down for others are expected to take advantage j i I t Washington, to discuss a proposed the distinctly outlined coronet young
party obviously is I a stay for the winter. The younger West tomorrow'-'will give many of the Clipper's flight to I* increase in wages of laborer which gives the fish its sil of New York city wants to say

ed toward a conflict of serious I Mr. Saunders will remain Key Westers"their'" first' opportunity Key West and back to Miami and: on WPA projects in Monroe regal title.Emory if he is fortunate enough again
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already there have been I county. Pierce biologist in
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proportions. I'I After travelling for about 20 aobut three months he told The: of seeing the huge airship, made for the departure reservations 4 :I The decision to send a com- charge says. it is one of the this year to sit at the tab'e with

No one can tell! how far it willcontinue 1 I years to all parts of the world, Citizen. His father expects to o'clock tomorrow ''afternoon. I mittee to interview WPA officials most beautiful and perfect ,the nations chief executive at the

making the circuit of the globe stay for a much longer period. which 'is one''of those'being used Other reservations it is expected on the matter was reached specimens he has ever seen. I I

along that pathway.Often eight times visiting the West In- Mrs. W. R. Minnick and daughter in regular'errice' between Miami will be made- W bring tHe last week following a meeting The fish is in the second tank ; annual Thanksgiving dinner of
in the past the party has I quota to the plane's carrying held in the offices of Senator to the right as one enters the
dies, Central and South America Miss Natalie of Ridgefield, up the Georgia Warm Springs Foun
and Central sod South American capacity of 34.Carol's I Gomez, attended by the senator. structure i
been able to compromise perilous and five :years ago making whatis Conn., arrived over the highwaylast Attorney T. S. Caro and a committee I I elation

internal differences and achievefinally ,called the Lindbergh Circuit. evening and expect to be ; -- of working men. Ar.4Y.I'A1'" :'I i Last year Billy was too excited

Havana to Puerto Rico William comfortably located during the The question of requesting an
a fairly united front. Volunteer I |; and a bit too timid to speak out
Seybold retired shoe manufacturer day.Last i Regime Steps CautiouslyAmid increase was taken up from every EIGHT VAGRANCY !!i i I when he sat near the President.
peacemakers recognizingthe possible angle and the ultimate
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finds Key West positivelythe winter the stay of Mrs. And anyway he wa* tow full. But
danger seeking a Minnick and daughter was so exceptionally decision was that the only' way in he's planning ahead. this year
present are most attractive of cities.
Rumania's Problems! which an increase c ould, possibly, CASES IN COURTAREDISMISSED
pleasant they decided: i Many !: along with other patients for th-
solution. Perhaps they will find I Mr. Seybold told The Citizenhe be secured was for a committeeof :'
to come again this year and be-j I i annual event and be thinks it
one. has been travelling about Flor- fore leaving for Key West made \ local men of influence to per would be a big thrill to ask t the

ida for the past four years tryingto arrangements to remain until I (lOT Aswciatrd PrtM) sonally present the! request of. the I I President to band him a second
The only possible to look working men.
way find a place which suited him, April next year. BUCHAREST Nov 23-Ru-r ever, would be a seriousblow to r; Fire Chief Harry Baker will b.- 'I helping.

at politics intelligently, however and in Key West he found the Mr. and Mrs. Ricketts of Ingle- Nicolas Titulescu's foreign policy! a member of the CRIMINAL COURT i And what a thrill these bo> ,
i party going to WHICH
ideal winter haven and a delightfully side N. J., are back again this mania is feeling its way, with i j Jacksonville I and girls who are fighting t h-
which calls for friendship with the to discuss with Con-I I
is to consider the facts i
as they located cottage at 1305 Dual year. Their !tayas so delightful HAD BEEN IN SESSION ALL after-effects of infantile pail I II
evidences of rad Van
many caution amongan Soviet Union and apparently wall i Hynin., the unit of fire
\- street. last year they decided to I I ysn get out ot the aanual Thank-
exist at the moment not the apparatus which
on was purchasedfor
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I I Entering the shoe busniess at return. imposing array of foreign and headed toward a nonaggressionand ;; use on the Keys during the;, WEEK WAS ORDERED ADJOURNED J giving visit of President Roo e-
basis of hypothetical situations 24 years of Mr. Seybold did They are comfortably locatedin defense pact with Moscow i velt!
age
bridge TODAY
activities
:: was after the I
I not confine his activities alone to the home of Chief Engineer D. domestice difficulties. Some of Informed quarters say that: hurricane Too Excited To Talk
promised to Key West,
which may or may not develop in the manufacture of footwear but A. DuPuis. of the P. and O. S. the problems: f negotiations for such a pact have J but which at present is being he'd t -- t "Last: year I wa >M excited Icouldn't

the future. The fact are quite I to find an outlet for his surplus Co., and Mrs. DuPuis, at 8.1 been completed but that international in Homestead. Eight other ot ; even nve or talk." stud energy took an active part in the, Petronia street. League of Nations sanctions I confusion due to the( cases vagrancy+ Barbara Bodrfty, 11, of Newark.N. .

plain. I I retail field. V __ __' against Italy menach Italian-Ethiopian conflict, plus j i which were pending in riMinal:; J. And Barbara's eya fairly
or'' He continued an active figure C Ci commerce. domestic. opposition from reveralj!! CUSTOM! OFFICERS'! gleamed when she told, about Ie
Mr. Hoover whether he runs : in he commercial. as world for : 1RS. SWEETINGSERIOUSLY The "anti-Lupesca- moyellleDt..1persists. quarters, ha* delayed signature of: I I court for_ thismorning ..seti........-.w.tl nft".htt..ttt. fc 4 with .". ..

not, is determwe the partyshalP' 28 years, and 24 years ago re- the agreement. I I I TRANSFERRED nol pressed by the I cold.But
not come under the control off tired to spend his: time in travel i ILL 1 In diplomatic circles it was said ;| ARE i iI rt.1 you can't guess what gave

that school of thought which isl] and the enjoyment of life as he Condition aporaching famine that Poland added to Bucharest's I I I Two of 10 cases on like charges)I Peter Woodbury, 9, of Bedford

symbolized by :Mr. Borah. Whether caw! fit. Now at the age of 7S. in Bessarabia due to last sum tribulations by asking pointed !t I i N. IL, his biggest moment while. r
I were tried early this week and
he is enjoying excellent health I question about military maneuver -1'FOUR MEMB2RS OF LOCAL eating with the President andMrs.
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he runs not, Mr. Borah WIFE OF IRWIN
or ist tall erect and lively, he looks to I SWEETING mer's drought, demand govern j jI :; held this year near the Polish verdicts of not guilty were re- !' Roosevelt. His ice creamwas
determined that the party leader be in the late fifties and dailycan j! IN HOSPITAL AT JACK- j I border. It was indicated that Po-I I OFFICE PLAN TO LEAVE I frozen too solid and l it -.ii.l
ship of which Mr. Hoover is sot I be seen cultivating his luxuriantly -i I I I ment attention and money. j land was trying to speed up a renewal ABOUT DEC. 1 turned by the jumtl off his plate when he attempted to

conspicuous a part shall be sup- producing vegetable garden -I SONVILUEMessages : I More than 100,000 farmers! of her pact <'witv! Rumaniaand As these case were; oeitftdwed' dip his|ttJOOD= into tt. ")(n. Roosevelt -

planted. which: he started since his arrival that Rumanian, policy mak- Four members of the local the strongest of the loft&lcketed/( helpe ;,.W gets it back," salt' i

There is a clear-cut i issue, entirely {, several weeks ago. I I Impatient: over delayed agricuU: ers weren't ready .4oj give a definite I tfnited States customs force are for trial and the Juries dM :not Peter,:*,*>i D81ns I thrilled over
Although feeling slightly indisposed received by Irwin; I answer. | '. 0 that.";' ?. :
[, tural) reforms, threaten an making preparations to move from deem the evidence enffitieat for ;
aside .from question of trend: Little
any upon his arrival, he told Swteting announce the serious But the of affairs indicated West Vitgiiria Bragg of N."hTille. -
Key about Decem-
possible candidates. It is the sort The Citizen Mr. Seybold is ex-I illness of his wife Mrs. Julia ganized "march on Bucharest.or-t that internal problems would I ber 1.Chief. on or conviction it was?agreed between Tenn., is eagerly look hi-j;

of issue furthermore, which has!'peiiencing the benefits of the| Sweeting in St. Luke's hospital in I I have to be faced first. The most I Inspector A. G. Lund is Judgei J. Vining Harris and County forward to Mr. Roosevelt's vim t
i I The cabinet of George Tatarescu -t of Jr.. She couldn't
pure health giving ozone of Key Jacksonville. pressing concern the govern Solicitor Allan B. Clemre again this year.
to do with fundamentals, and is I getting ready to go to Port Everglades -
I: West and exercise in the open,i .Mr. Sweeting left over the faces a difficult decision; as to ment was the dissatisfaction of':| where he will be deputy to nol pros the others }jt waa'said. name any one ovtstaatdinfc thing
to
difficult compromise. I and feels as good as ever. H"! highway this morning for Jacksonville i the peasants who were planning; collector in charge. Associatedwith i about his trip lost Thanksgiving! ,

Example Of Issues I expects to remain until about and shortly after his whether to get on the German., to descend on Bucharest to pro I' him as inspectors will be C. The case against :Mara M raJ because, she. .said "It was' just

There is no mystery why compromise April, 1936. I leaving messages were received I test against "high! taxes, corrup- i P. Hogeboom and Charles RusselL assault and battery, and that I! one bit! thrill for _"
would be moot distasteful announcing a sudden change for Pclish band wagon or follow:! tion and the camarilla.! I[I against Adolf Paso, driving an I "This year though." Virginia

to Mr. Hoover and the! party TEN-CENT REWARDST. : the worse in Mrs. Sweetnig's con- Russia in international affairs. I i The Woman In The Case r,I Charles Wardlow, another automobile without a licence: f added "I'm going to (ret his auto-

leaders with whom he has been dition. The word "camarilla'! referred!i{ member of the local unit is planning were continued. graph. I triaged out on it hu-t
associated LOUIS.-Woody Robinson I The Citizen was told by Mrs. Anti-Semitic tendencies bring ii i to the circle of Mme. Magda Lnp-!j to leave early in December+! The defendants were found to time."
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From an organization view- 118-year-old messenger boy of this Bessie Lowe that Mrs. Sweeting, a variety of worries particularly i iscu. the glamorou: Jewess, who]a> for Miami where he will be acting -:i be out of the city working m the I Secret Service Otwitted
point Mr. Borah's independence''!1 I city found a slip of paper which I who is Grand Chief of Pythian! I is credited with having more influence -:' appraiser and examiner.- [i Keys and the'judge stated he Speaking of getting aatogram; .

of the constituted Republican ]I turned out to be a check for $39-j I Sisters of Florida. was making: near Cernaati. I over King Cat t-than premiers I j While no official orders have ;! would call a special recessed sea I that's one of the best things the
000. When he returned it to the her official visit to the temples or parliament j j'I | be caM'S"Mn the de-
I : ion to
leadership has been: a source of been received try do. Billy
I by of the above Warm Springs patients
irritation and exasperation for owner he received 10 cents re I throughout the state when she I Taxes are high and if arma-i The- farmer i' wee persuaded to !i'j employes any they have received -i;in'am.d j fendants arrived in the city. 1 1i j Prenosil outwitted the Secret

years. I ward. was taken ilL mint which military, leaders demand -: give ups! |;!demonstration:: ori f informal information as to |i No further business cowing II Service last Thanksgiving to ;irvt
On the side of issues (to take I at least to postpone it until after 1 I[ the transfers and before the tribunal an adjo-urn- President Roosevelt's. At least
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a single' example), Mr.' Hooverlooks I is bought, they will be the New-Yesrd' BUtt the possibifity !, cordingly. I J ment was ordered'and Olerk C. that's what he says.

on orthodox money as an j i I i.r JARY FORNS-NAMED PERMANENT --'I higher. i j of a renewal of their plans surf I! Sam B. Curry instructed to pay I "When President Roosevelt

absolutely indispensable requisite| t vives. I I off; the jury. Hall in bis
to
drove Georgia
to sound government while Mr.II 11POSTMISTRESSAT I The sanctions which have been ]I Anti-Semitic agitation is interpreted S. S. CUBA COMESIN !I }fr. Curry told The Citizen I'car I up started to get him to s'jm'

Borah! favors! "reflation." How RAMROD KEY; imposed by Rumania upon Italy cs another expression of j there were 27 men on the jury book." related Billy. "Ow
can a basic issue such as that be the feeling against the king's mis-I' ;1 for the week at $3 per diem my stopped)
will have a far-reaching effect. ) FROM 1 HAVANA t of the secret service men
I tress. At of
compromised! I'I I i a meeting 20.000 which made the payroll $486. This| the Presidentwas
: 1 told him
: me, but I
PAIL M\T The
try export of meat and petroleum I members of the national Chris!
Furthermore. Mr. Hoover naturally *MrUIBBhiBKlvB ('.rrvm__4r.t .t Tile1"__ sum was disbursed to the jurors ;I calling hiss. When he turned

hopes for some measure of is 1|I WASHINGTON, D. C., The Ramrod Key post- to Italy reached such dim-' tian C. Cuza party and at L.Cernauti Goga ,demanded Prof. A. I Steamship Cuba, of the P. anj]!I at once.__ __ I I"EIGHT around to see I rushed over to
that ensions in the
vindication and he knows : I past few months!: and hf signed for

not any part of the plans of the]i'j: Nov. 23.-Ramrod Key, Monroe -I mastership became vacantby (!I that orders from other countries :; Jews confiscation and explusion of the property of the race of; O.Havana S. S. yesterday company with returned. one from first I LEAVE j me the before President the Secret S"rvico manknewit.

western independents. 1|I County, today has a new reason of the removal of frequently 4 had to be cancelled I! from all public offices.ACCIDENTAL and two second class passengers I ."
On his side, too Mr. Borah ha; |J I
I for Key West' 13 first class The Thanksgiving program arranged -
Some observers 'I ; -
political believe j passengers
his reasons. He has said, in 4."f-1 i 1 i I permanent postmaster, according Mr. Oliveros. BULL'S EYE for Tampa. PLANE!: for President Roofvttthis

feet that only by purging: itself to announcement by the need for markets ultimately j I I The ship sailed 5:30 o'clock for year will be simple and) informaL -

of the old leadership can the par-I I Postoffice Ramrod Key is a fourth- will drive Rumania into the arms'!i f' ATLANTA Six colored boys 1 Tampa with 18 passengers five I several of i I= The dinner will include
Department.
the ,
ty accompli) its destiny. of Germany, which could absorb stole pies from Fred Jenkins I securing reservations from Key Eight passengers traditional turkey, pumpkin pie
More significant still is the fact a I i She is Mary C. Forns ,who class postoffice, and pay- great quantities of Roumanian i iI j i restaurant owner in this city,i I West I vjiom arrived in the morning the j and pfaaa pudding. The la-;; s<.'
believe! took for Miami on ,
that Mr. Borah does He said not said on :1'1'r succeeds Gordon G. Oliveros. ment of the postmaster is on products. Germany, it was ,;, then turned out the light and' Steamship Ozark. of the Clyde- I plane passage leaving yesterday ft!f-jf | Georgia Hall dining room, a: on"
in
compromising. I : Mallory Lines arrived last end of which will sit the Pit : i-
I'I' thought would require that Ruj -i, fled. lie seized his shotgun; andgave night
occasions that no great issue has'been cancellation dependent i' noon. iI j jOn
I
many Walter E. Ziegner stamp? from New docked dent, well be decorated with
: I mania renew its alliance! with Poland '' chase but fell and the gun I Orleans, at the list were: KennethWeatherwax. !;
I
ever His was rugged settled personal by compromise. independence -- I acting postmaster for' upon the receipts at the which is about to expire. j i[ fired. Police said the pellets i 11 :-15 o'clock, dsicharged heavy Forrest Gay, Fred,j autumn leaves. The lucky patients

strongly i,I window. Moscow Pact Hangs Fire ;/' from his gun hit all six of the I freight and sailed for Miami and Wallace. Harry Schaffer, Boy, who will sit at Mr. Roosevelt'stable
argues more sometime. postoffice I' I thieves in the I Jacksnoville 3:45 o'clock this will be chosen by lot.
than other factor gaainst the Such a change of front how-) young legs. !i Wells, Murray Herrick, JVatteri'"
any -- -
-- i1 morning. A Smile on Every Facet
Stronp. I
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likelihood of such a solution. I -------------1 Wirick and William : ,
Fruiter! Yore of the Standard -i-,' t After the patients are seated
Possible
Other Reasons i Fruit and Steamship company, is 'there's a dead silence as the arrival -
There is a widespread belief I HABANA-MADRID CLUB WHITE BELT II due in port tomorrow morning 8 of the President is expect

that Borah if either Mr. is Hoover drawn or into Mr.\ TONITE I DAIRY PRODUCTS I : o'clock will berth at the Porter I PENA'S PLACE i antly awaited. The moment the
eventually
ANNOUNCEMENT
I Dock company's main pier take door opens there's a smile on
an active presidential candidacy I DANCE I I, PASTEURIZED MILK l fuel oil and sail for Frontera I I Invites you to come out I every face and applause break!
will his better judgment 1
it be against
[ RAW MILK BUTTER MILK FIRST SHOWING OF /j, Mexico. ,,: and join the crowd I Ii out. A jovial greeting corner
10 p. m. Till 3 a. m. I CHOCOLATE MILK from }r,. Roosevelt and a few
I i :
!! Pritchard's Orchestra i I ICE CREAM 1936 PLYMOUTH i TONIGHTGood minutes later the feast is on. 1'
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DIAMONDBALL DANCE DANCE the! truck arrives Tuesday. with i There's a sparkle in every eye as
i Come and on I! Oar j : + I Mime
beautiful air dance floor ON DISPLAY $ea ram S he starts carving.
Benefit Art's Barbecue Team : open ,, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.TIFT'S
EntertainmentRefreshments And from then there's not
oa
CUBAN CLUB beneath the Key West moon i;i i TONIGHT AND ALL DAY SUNDAYNAVARRO'S a
I anJ l t tare doll moment as the President en-
Tonite 9:30 Till ? I SPECIAL TONITE j CASH GROCERY I !
Inc. tertains those within earshot telling -
Dell Woods Orchestra Ginger Rogers Cocktail 'I I'I I[ Phone 29 1101 Division St. WHISKIES AND GINS I stories and relating his experi

ADMISSION 60c ''I f SCRIPT- -. ._ __...___mh'__""'_ $1.00 iI I i I A GOOD TIME FOR ALL 1 ences.


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FALL TWO rifE KEY WEST: CltlZEN SATl.'RDAY.OVE1IBER 23, 193.
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LANGUAGEThe I ........................' ........................r ......................... WRONG NUMBER (?)
UNIVERSAL

rp- (!ErsttW J. KEY WEST IN THE WEATHER : .I I ITemperatures' Today'sAnniversaries' I Today In History While two gunmen were hold

l>ubll.h.-d Daily Except Sunday ByTIIK world is filled with languages DAYS GONE ........................1!
BT) Wood hti clerk
. CITir"1IU1.1SIIING CO, I\C. ... ing up Harry a
1_ P. ART MAS, frtm ...t and dialects. Everybody fondly imaginesthat Happenings Here Just 10 Years ..................eeeeee 1787-Ohio Company ofew: in this city, the telephone rang.The .
JOE ALL}. AI....' Bvt' .. Haucrr England made arrangements for
From The Cltiier ilng- some day the mother tongue will be Ago Today As Take Fr. f Highest ..._..........___...__-.-..-._. .._ 1749-Edward Rutledge South a party of 41 pioneers to net for 1 j gunmen dashed from tie lob-

Corner Greene and Am Bue.ts: the universal speech of mankind. The The Files Of The Citizen ,Lowe! _....._....._____. ...-.........: ..67 Carolina lawyer. signer of the ward under Gen.' Rufus Putnam.; by without getting any money.

need of such of communicationis I Mean .__ ..........____._..__... .....,.....7-1 Declaration ot Independence Wood answered the phone. It was
Only; Dally Newspaper In try: West and )(onroeCount a means Work was started today on the governor born in Charleston, -
,.. first to be' Normal Mean ..._....__._. .___ ._._73.aainfallr C. Died there Jan. 23 1800. I the wrong number.
apparent but the difficulty in the adop- 1 of a series of homes I II S.I 1837-Crompton loom patent i
Entered at -W--Florld.: .&, as second class matter built on the Meaaham tract by the
tion of any of the languages is real, and OYerSeaFinance corporation.' Precipitation .01 Ins.. 1804-Franklin Pierce: New one of the most valuable of cotton :. The Japanese census of 1930
Yesterday's
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1'F.ARMember
:lTIl machinery invention
I I Hampshire lawyer, congressman: !' granted !: that of
insurmountable for The house will be a two-story .. .06 Ins.t t'fkie gave empire a population
Asa.eated P- seemingly many years.In Normal Precipitation senator, soldier 14th President William CrompUn, then or
.t floe frame structure and will brace all ...... Taunton I 0!1 iK>, an increase of almost
titled to use rreerC vere .r .erl..l' Maes. f
the Associated Pyres u czclaslvely: I born at Hillsborough. N. II. Diedat
the time
olden Latin the .
dispatcher credited tot was one the modern features of home cons dine ill .Vlork Ub MorBlaaTomorrow's :
for ; f all news i 7OOO,00O Ute count.
caveat ** 1 I N. H. 8 1869. over previous
jr not otherwise credited In this paper and also of the intellectuals. Until Dante truction. It is to be of Spanish 1i I Almanac Concord Oct.: 1----1. "

-the. local news published sere.._ language adaptation both as to interior and!I:Sun rises .. _. .. .. 6:50 a. m. ."....-'"...." .'....,.. .."......
burst the bounds the genius of the ages exterior and was designed by : : :::: : 1815-William Dennison, Ohio I George Parkman by Preferler:i THE SEMINOLE
NATIONAL UeRlAl) Sun sets .._. .. .. 5:38 p. m. lawyer governor. Postmaster-
u ASSOCIATION proclaimed their thought, not in their Allen Schlerdorf, architect of'' Moon rises 5:26 a. m. General in 18C4-CC, born in Cin Webster, Cambridge. M- I
Key West and New York. Cons. -----T----
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; <:::;/i'9-' 5 tive vernacular, but in the more na.1 truction is being handled by the o Moon sets .__............_. 4:29 p. m. cinnati. Died in Columbus June I ---

IIS.R.P'I'IOX--- HATE.9 Latin. After Dante came others who General Construction company New moon, 25th .....". 9:36 p. m. ,,16, 1882. 1; 1918-Gen. Pershi g' tettl Mutually SI

nix.m.)1:11.$1:: :: : : ::: : ::: ::: ::: : tau s.ue: intelligence and thinking among the com I now erecting La Concha Hotel Tomorrow. Tides 1841-Rcihard Croker, Tamni&ny -: report: 36,154 kilted or die!I
of wounds
Three Months and new school buildings. I I i> ; 179,625 wounded.
')ne Month _._ .15 A.M.\ P.M. Hall leader, born in Ire- :
the of the ton- I
Weekly ..20A.DVERTUIXG mon people by use common # high .._......_.._. 9:11 8:19 land. Died April 29, 1922. I II .I i IaJaekeo..iltr.

RATE! I gue, and while this had great advantages, Eighteen young women of Monroe Low m_...'_...__...._ 2:34 1:52Haroraeter I I I 1925-Bryn Mawr College per-I
Made known on appUeaUoD. not to be lost sight of it necessitated county who are attending & a. -. lodayti i 1859-Billy the Kid" (William mjts smoking for girl students. i
SPECIAL, NOTICE translations before the new thoughts could Florida State College for Womenat I I i Sea level; 30.05.WEAT11E1k H. Boney), notorious SouthWest i I
All reading notices, cards of thanks., resolntlens of ) Tallahassee, were dinner guestsof 0 I outlaw credited with 21 I ri n.i
re.-i ecti, obituary notices etc.. will be charged for at reach foreign lands. Representative Charles H. Ket- I I rORECAST killings born in New York City. I Subscribe to The Citizen: -20e\ ('II.'''. IS. (.RI>F.R. ]1...._
..
the Notices rate of for 10.entertainments cents all. by churches from which Today there is in existence an artificial -. chum, of Monroe county. After a I Shot by Sheriff Pat Garrett July I I weekly. t A where human,will,huMW-ilko find! in-iimtlon IndUMnal
r
you y
a revenue Is to Ix derived are 5 cents a line. I delightful dinner the women, ac-: 15, 1881. I. fmmtmwt and entrrlainntenl a mat
The :"itiiMi Is an open forum and Invites discus language Esperanto which has companied by Mr. Ketchum and' (Till 8 p. m., Sunday) I ter of great ImportaDc@
shin .of public Issues and subjects of local or genera .
KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communication I many enthusiastic advocates, who urge its two colleagues went to the homeof Key West and Vicinity: Fair 1862-Sir Gilbert Parker, noted i A steel flrenravr---halMlnIn = lard

r. adoption as an international means of Senator Hodges for a social tonight! and Sonday; colder tonight novelist. born in Canada. Died HOTELIn !. tie henrt .( the rifF
hour. i I Sept. 6, 1932.Today's. -
thought-communication. This does not Every Room with Combination Tnfe
the Center of the Business ) and Shower Hath, Ka4k>. F.--:: t r )
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY V-Tf T mean that one should not use his native It is no doubt "June in Miami" I .ro.t ''i: aI ........................ and Theater District i i C'eiltnan.Ventilation..Comfortable Slat Door fur n.Sun d" w'a,'',i *ri
ADVOCATED IS":1": C TIZENI.
tongue, but it means that if Esperanto be- with the thermometer dropping to j! Mattresses of Inner Spring C--n.
I '. Birthday First Class-FireproofSensible strvetton all IndivMual R ae-
comes generally known throughout the 44 last night although Key Nest'stenperature :;.v. I iDg Lamps.
_. .............
was 61, (just 17 degrees .......p.1. Rates ; HATCH
Water and Sewerage. world a book written, or a speech made, in .-, i alsgt.I .
warmer). With Jacksonvilleonly I '.1\11. Frank Morrison secretary of j i I 78 Resin Private Ratk, az.s.
2. Bridges to COlpleteIoad to Main- I Esperanto will be read easily and intelligently two degrees warmer than I .": t1 ,. the Amer. Fed. of Labor born in COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I'." R__.... Private Bathe ...-... S.re
Ri Private Balk LOS
land. by men and women of many varying Williston, North Dakota this I 1 J"'l Ontario, Can., 76 years ago. Garage Elevator 14 n.*... Private Balk ._- u.. a.5$
nationalities.The morning at 8 o'clock: and but four U I j !. Saaiple ROMS., Private Balk 4...

SFree Port. degrees warmer than Mass., Key, :;....-.. 4 I Rear Admiral Ernest J. King,1, Popular Prices LIGHT INCTIRASK FOR DOCRLBOCCLPANCT
editor of The Citizen knows
I 4. Hotels and A.anmentb. no West enjoyed its usual balmy day.: Fair co.paa Navy Aeronautic head born at i
Esperanto. The idea, however, strikes us -- J I I Lorain, 0., 57 years ago.: I 1----- ------ ----- ---
( 5. Bathing Pavilion. The Citizen is in receipt of the:: ; moderate northerly winds.
as sound, and we observe that the schoolsof
and S"a. the I I Florida Fair and colder with Helen Rogers Reid of New
6. Airports-Land Geneva require all students'to learn it. following telegram from Navy : WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
7. Consolidation of County and City League. "The Navy League of the 1 i! heavy frost in north portion, York newspaper owner, born at I I
Government. We see no reason why our schools should United States appreciates deeply:;i light to heavy frost in central Appleton, Wis., 53 years ago. 1 Local Committee for Key West

J not do the some. Instead of having our the support you gave to make the portion and light frost in interior

children study French, German, Spanishand celebration of Navy Day a com-i of south portion and freezing Ruth Etting, singer, born at Date......_._-_.............._._......._.....
David City Nebr. 28 years ago.
plete success. !I temperatire in interior of north :I
thv Italian it would be much simpler to -
We who
respect man respects portion tonight; Sunday fair. I TO THE EDITOR:
himself. have them master Esperanto and by so do- Coast Guard Cutter Saukee,:: Jacksonville to Florida Straits': Joan Lowell actress and author -

ing persuade the French, Germans, Span- being yesterday advised of the: Moderate northwest and north born at Berkeley, CaL 33 ;I Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the

While it is no crime to be poor, it is ish, Italians and others to do the same. plight of the schooner Deering, winds this fresh afternoon at times and off tonight the years ago. i memory of one of our most beloved and useful
coast
sailed this morning to the shin:
rather inconvenient. which was aground near Alligator. and fair weather tonght: and Sun Maj. Gen. Blanton Winship,i: citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of
born 66
Rico
'' governor of Puerto f
A HUMAN PERISCOPEInner Reef lighthouse and this after-,1 day. years ago.Today's. ....______to the Will Rogers Memorial
Postpone a visit unti' everything is noon returned to port with the i I East Gulf: Moderate northerly

"all set" and will shy at home all schooner in tow. winds:: becoming northeast and ........................ Fund. I understand that this gift will'be added to
you secrets of the human
body
may : fair weather tonight!; and Sun- I
others from Key West and will go without any
I your life. be revealed by a new instrument a sort of Editorial comment: The appealof i day. Horoscope
deductions whatsoever to the National Fund be
periscope, developed by Dr. J. C. Ruddock Florida is real. It is the nearest, -- ........................ I I, to
Under the Wagner bill! the employerstill I! W r ATIICR: CONDITIONS
section where the thousands from expended also without deduction the Memorial
any as
of Los Angeles, and recently exhibited be- The first decree of the new
would be permitted to watch the the northern states and cities may h I -
fore the American College of Surgeons at sign bestows a peculiar nature. f Committee may determine.
wheels go round. find the balmy weather, the mild: A strong high pressure area, The mind is intuitive gifted with i
its recent convention in San Francisco.The Spring-like temperature and the crested! this morning over the! ii
, I glorious sunshine of the tropics.i Ohio Valley Louisville Ky., keen insight, yet liable to occupy i Name _... .... .-.---..--.-,-.-...? ...,.-.....-.
What tickles those who know is the instrument consists principally of I itself in pursuits! that are U1I rof- --r.-'f
Especially is this true of Key (), overspreads the country
i itable. It is fortunate that thereis
way some people seek publicity and try to a very slender metal tube with a tiny elec- I West. 130.6 the Plains States eastward a spirit of content and natural Address _. _.. '_.__.,

appear indiffe!",nt. tric light on one end, and an eyepiece on I i< and unseasonably cold weather simplicity for it will help to ren-I 1i i

the other. The tube is inserted in the The University of Havana foot-i prevails in most sections from the der the life more happy under if N3SPECIAL
I ball team will play in Key Weston I Mississippi Valley eastward, with stress.
other of the I
abdominal
cavity, or part -
Tongue lashers thin' hey are eloquent -
Sunday December 6. Their op-1; freeznig temperatures in extreme .
but eloquence is ii. the soul rather body which it is desired to explore. Onlya ponents will be the marine team northwestern Florida Rains have --- --- .

than on the tongue. small opening is required to admit the which has just returned from the: occurred during tue last 24 hours :rIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.l'"I. IIIIIII 1't
periscope and air is pumped inta the body Cuban capital. Key West: citizensit i in western Florida and light rain
pointed: should do all possibleto :i in the lower Lake region upper
We read that a false alarm costs the with a small atomizer to hold open the make the stay of the visitors. i Ohio Valley and light!; rain or I

New York fire department $300. That's place being examined.The pleasant. I :now in the lower Lake region OFFER |
f Ohio Valley. tnd North and
nothing; think of the cost of false alarms organs readily examined by thismeans mQrning German -1! Middle upper Atlantic; white eswher!
Sunday a police
sent to Congress.We include the stomach kidneys liver, dog. valued, at $1,000 was I east of the<< Rocky Mountain the

gall bladder, peritoneum and others. One poisoned. A number of pieces: of i weather: has been generally fair.KKvNKIIY. .

agree with the judge who ruled advantage claimed for the new instrumentis meat filled with some crystal where line (:Officer K. :in Charp: .:* MOUNT VERNON Wm
substance was found near i -
that a wooden leg does not bar a man from that it may aid in determining whethera I the dog died. The dog!; was owned i, ,

perating an automobile. It's woodenheads major operation should be performed.It I by W. B. Skelley one of the The slaves employed to carry -

that cause most of the trouble.- is believed that the new device may proprietors of the La Concha! off the bodies of slain gladiotors

McPherson, Kansas, Republican. have a wide range of usefulness, and mark Sweet Shop. It belonged originally: from Roman arenas wore Charon.masks I
I to the Ringling Brothers shows representing the Etruscan
another notable advance in the field of and was a performer with this I II t

Some religious communities and or. modern surgery. organzation before it was owned; The Sahara desert is moving;

ders are the nearest approach to complete by Mr: Skjefley.'Tne} ownsr.offers south about one' mile '*every two I

.................................... a reward of $100 for information years.
communism we may find in the world. which will lead to. the ,arrest of ; {
'THE WORLD FOR GOD" the The are in perfect condition! 7Y
But these are successful because they the person who poisoned lyiks 4
t :
have learned to curb human nature. anmal.: land: 1!big eason is expected. i-l t,.,.<,. -: ;
"Learn of Me, for I am meek and I -
Harry Hampton golf, expert News has been received in Key Jci
Pipe smokers are said to have better lowly." :Matthew, 1129. and last year's pro at the Key i.' West of the birth of a daughter!; to J -

dispositions than other men. Perhaps it ..................................a* West Golf Course, will arrive for Mr. and Mrs.; John West jr.. at
their home in Cocoanut Grove. r': a
his second season in Key West.
Have read the Gospels lately?
seems that way because a man with a pipein you .
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his mouth finds it difficult to argue himself If not, get down that old Bible and I -- -

into a fighting frame of mind. I read of the Man of Galilee, read about a

------- I. Savior who was so fillel with the affairs of CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

I there anything H.ore disgusting to heaven and of earth that He never lost THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

hear than the fellow without any real com- sight of both. Read how He brought the KEY WESTas
.
plaint eternally howling: But how refreshing I sunlight to the dark places and how He
at the close of business November 1, 1935, :
revealed to the careless the serious .
ones
when you l jar the person vou Comptrollers Call i
side of life.
thinK has every reckon u be downhearted

always presenting tr- brightest tilde r f I Let the writers of those Gospels portray RESOURCESLoans

life. Which do think gets the most I for you again a picture of a God- and Investments $ 304746.10
you
Overdrafts _._...._._... 89.143anking
out of life? \ I Man, so wonderfully made that He includes Ilnpse. Furnitureand -

in His make-up every part and Fixtures} ___ 33,920.76 5Ji .
of heaven and earth. He knows all Stock of the Federal Re- !
What nations and individuals. .aremot phase serve Bank ..cl OO.OO I II
about -about the happy hours and Federal Deposit -
in need of "ow is: a m iralTeomebackand you TeEipoifrv
about the blue da's.He I Insurance Fund 1,954.01
a spiritual renaissance. Nobody'sword United States Government -

seems to be good anymore, and, in can mend your broken heart. He Obligations direct s
.
this individuals are foll.n.inr in then wake can wipe away all your tears. He will forgive -j anteed and__fully_guar-___602788.13 .

of nations who pi.y little attention to I your Sins-and more against they; will forever.be remembered Other and Marketable Securities Bonds..._ 178,668.49Cash I I 16-PIECE SET, consisting of 4 plates, 4 Cereals". ; j d dI

treaties and solemn obligations. U started no you and due from Banks 277,578.38 1,059,035.00

when Bethmann-Holweg the German I Are you up against a dirty brick wall 5 I tf 4 Saucers while they last at per set $1.00
,
,
"chancellor, called the treaty with Belgiuma t of circumstance and sin? Let the raindrops 'of? $1,404,245.01 I

"scrap of paper." lIi"\r h paying no I 1 and the sunshine of His love and LIABILITIES

attention to the treaty c* -Versailles. There I mercy wash and warm your heart and Capital _._-_ _-_S lOO.noAftfl South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
and Undivided Profits 64,207.16
Surplus
was a time when a man's word and a na i soul. 1 1,240,037185fl,404,245j01.
tion's treaty obligations meant something; Those who leave the world of sin behind Deposits -- .
White and Elza: Streets
I feet the and '. Pfccre 593
they are now empty bubbles. Ministers\ of and put their on straight .

the gospel should put 0n their fight"p arrow path that leads to God's world, Member of Federal Reserve System "Your home U worthy of the

clothes gaily: forth and glorify rebirth I le:.::n fccts that this world cannot teach. a .
Member of Federal Deposit I J rsne Corporation j
of truth! and .honor. I Let us make this a World For God. J \ ''' '' '



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I ffhffH COURAGE I HIGH SCHOOL- FIVE-ANOTHER SHUTOUTIN SUNDAY SERVICESFOR {SPECIAL SERMON I fthe-!( pastor.request of several friends of not Three expected ptrggne to ubxm.ia Japan the were 193->




-- T :-' 'WON BASKETBALL ( SOCIAL LEAGUE \WOMEN, GIRLSRev. 1 SUNDAY NIGHTAt t: Hitler's "My Struggle" has I census.empress They aDd the are ftaprellll the emperor dow&tt', the

4 l been issued in Braille, as nazi

IJYNOl'S'S: ranutrort. Men do queer things, :Nik Mm* xxMnfiromul *cr* lW 4wtt .
.*. tantnaurlHUrrt.noeoui "And that's why' Rob spoke as tie "STOP-OVERS" WHITEWASHED J. B. Cnlpepper, Jr., pas I' At Fleming Street :Methodist to read nazi theories andthereby Geese represent about one-hal]
*! |fc. trreaex management of did when I told him about of 1 '
Lake' outlook"in per coat of all poultry raise-1
twO ram- wfc Cqerw.. TieCnmnsriei qiACONS BY tor of the First Afethodist church, Church Sunday evening the pas- "plant out world
mrt tn It* *.*.. e/ will. He grew angry at Dad. said be BAKER tor. Rev. Shuler Peele will their memories. in this roflittry, reports OklahomaA.
OUTFIT CAPTURED use
will ,
..a..**. "'r.l.mv..." COd (*4M relati'r knew why be bad changed and he'd speak! Sunday evening to dW. 1
college.
I an
are tilted apuu' her. Bf Oil SCORE OF 3-0 as his subject: "The HandwritingOn
bMai 4 c* Mg ta .- Foveawv.ik. bow htm. SECONP CONTEST BY TALLY women and girls. He will use for The WaIL"Thin LEGALS
tctU 4 i.e kea bore ckeqtedOct "Try' to forget this. NlkkJohn!
ol tkO large etlatt .. le/t. WkatAnn his subject: "Whose DaughterArt is an old subject with lessons Sunburn is more easily acquired
_em mo,.. A... *n. lottxd advised seeing her eyes filL "I 1 OF 25 TO 20; VERY GOOD -
*". i* HIM even /..*.'. 4a0 frr.fhf wouldn't have worried you If I hadn't (By JOVE) Thou? Rev. Culpepper expects : :- that fit very well into our I NOTICE OP MASTER'S SAl.J on the seashore than inland.LEGALS .

.1.JUc<* item Let* amoma lermtr...fanei fixmho, 1l4lt. thought we might avert an open EXHIBITIONSBy The-J3IackwelPs "StopOver"ten this to be a great service. modern times, it is shown. Notice and by Is virtue hereby of given a certain that Under or-

Crocker?,C'n.eA.. fight. You stay' on In your new house sbtitont the Lighthouse! team At the same hour in the recreation Those not attending church der and decree of foreclosure and.
ale made and entered the J Ui
with LJisa. I wouldn't put anything' yesterday afternoon at Bayview hall of the Methodist some other place are welcomed to day of October A. D. 1935.on la aid

Chapter 28 past Far Ie)', and as long as bedoesn't. ( JOVE) Pink Ly the score of 3 to 0. church, Rev. Sam Pinder will hear this sermon. by the Circuit Court of the Eleventh I\ THE CIRCUIT COrRT OF THE
know where he Judicial Circuit of the State of 11TH JtDlClILIRCUJY 1\
you are. is
used at
This being
'CROCKER AGAIN can't harm I The Administration team was It was the third whitewashingof speak to men and boys. subject Florida in and for :Monroe county AM: FOR MOtROBKLORIDt. : COUNT.

you." and slow the court teams in this league in as many Rev. Culpepper says he does In Chancery, in a cause therein 1% rn'5CEJt\-: .
]larm ? In outplayed on December Rev. Culpepper expects -
Anne.
"T'HE men are sore.' replied Orrl me queried surprise I evading wherein A. M. Adams Ja EDMUND: IL UAR'"EY.of.*. caTPlaintiff.
but why' should he do me :at the High School Gym last night days.The not care for any men to be present to preach to men and boys.At plaintiff and Burbank Realty Company .
to Anne's question."They' want I pitching of Thompson was at the women's meeting except corporation, organized and ... Order .( PaMiatlMCHARLES
any physical) harm? That's what the time Rev. W. S.
to fight that U a to fight you rn its game with the school; five same existing, under the laws of the Stateof EDMON3TOX. et al,
mean Isn't It?" I very good. lie allowed only six an undertaker, two doctors, Eakins will preach to the women Florida, et als. are defendants, Defendants

somebody',and John trying to make* -I don't know why be should. which was the first contest of safeties. Only two players reached and a man who can drive an am and girls. foreclosure of lien of Tax: Sale Certificate FORECLOSURE OP TAX CERTIFICATE
them wait and let the law
handle It.
I or' *, the undersigned Special
Nikki. and none of us will know Until dcuL1 header end also the first third bar bulance.
A little Master In Chancery will offer for Upon the sworn bill of complatrtherein.
shadow of nnbapplness we have beard the final readingof I the season. B. Demeritt starred at !.at. with The first Sunday evening in ale and will sell at public outcry, IT IS ORDERED that the

clouded the afternoon for Anne felt Luke's will, and he knows youwon't I two out of two. Bloody Robertsand LEGALS for cash In band to the highest and following named Defendants do appear -
the man was connected with the A crowd"estimtted to number best bidder at the front door of the on or before' Xonda>-. the 6tfi
Farnsworth Interfere with his wife's share Bert Roberts also hit good. LEGALS SALE!: I County Court House of Monroe day of January, 195$. a Rule Day <.f
Fisheries and with Rob you see the fewer the kin, the around 600 watched the games. For the Blackwell NOTICE OF HEREBY MABTBR'S GIVEN that County Florida, in the City of this Court, to the bill of complaint
Stop-Overs IS
la town- larger the share." NOTICE of the Key West, .Florida during the legal filed in this (cause nherwise the a-:-
The WPA playerq have not under and by authority
II ; Jack Cates and Thompson were "NOTICE OF MHTF.RNOTICE SalE hours of sale, on Monday the Ind legations of said bill will be takenas
Orrt. to distract her attention. 'But, John I can't'slt quietly at Final Decree of Foreclosure rendered -
practicedor rears, while the outstanding in the field. Gerald : IS HEREBY GIVEN that by the Honorable Jefferson' day of December A. I.). 155$. the confessed' by tbe said Defendant.
pointed to the new gllnetter below. home taking care of myself If I could under and by authority of the of the following described land situate towlt:
Anne looked down. A tieat boat be doing something. to avert this High School boys were right onedgp. Adams and Ben Roberts for the Final Decree of Foreclosure rendered Circuit B. Browne Court, one of of the the Eleventh Judges Judicial lying and being In the County of CHARLES EDMONSTOV WILLIAM -

with a email cabin was chafing at trouble." Beacons boys had a good day. by the Honorable Jefferson Circuit of Florida In and for. Monroe, State of Florida to-wit: PATTON, M. C. :MORDKCAI.
B. Browne', one' of the Judges' of the 2Sth day of Lot Fifteen (laS In Square J W TAYLOR and if any of the
the line holding It to the She don't know could o- Score by innings: R. H. E. Monroe County, on the ..
piling. "I what you White made six of the Office Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial October A. D. 1931 in that certain One (1) in Tract TweDt, above' named defendants ho deait.the .
was not the one the boys' bad first he assured ,ber, "{hat we're not try- Stop-Overs 011 100 0-3 8 :3 s Circuit of Florida.In and for cause in, said Court pending in seven (27) of Martello Towers, heirs' devisees and other claimants .-

thought of. but a better one. painted Ing to doi! we can prove collusion team's 10 points. Jones and Lighthouse 000 000 0-0 C 2 Monroe County, on the 18th day of which Alouie Albury Jessie H.ClLisou plat a subdivision thereof recorded according in to Plat the ceased, claiming person' : through or persons' such their d-.-
October A. D. 1935 in that certain husband
white on the outside and seagreenon between the trap owners and Crocker Roche rang up the other four. Batteries: Thompson and Saw cause in said Court pending in Charles ,E.joined Gilkison by: her Wm. J. IL Book One (1). page 140 of the names' being unknown to Plaintiff


the Inside."Come with latent to defraud the gov I The playing of J. Pinder and yer; C. Stickney, T. Roberts andB. which B. Curry Moreno, as Administrator Taylor, as Administrator of the Estate Public Records of Monroe County and the unknown heirs of HORATl- >
.Florida GRAIN, deceased, and H H. LAMK.::
of the Estate of Laura deceased
on down. its good you' got eminent then we can prosecute but Demeritt. of Marjorie Mae Pintado, -
.
Knowles was outstanding for the Curry ],Moreno deceased: is Plain- and Henry H. Taylor, are and as Administrator cum tr tainentrannexo >
on Blacks no place for dresses getting It's hard work doing that. Tile commission I tiff, and Lavalon Shores, Inc.. a plaintiffs, and Lavalon Shores Inc., Lot Sixteen (II) in Square '' 4e boom non of the ,fgtai,
tied roan*your ankles he said accepted our report, investS ABC aggregation. Saunders and Florida Corporation is defendant Florida corporation is defendant. One (1) in Tract Twenty-seven of JULIUS LESLIE WOOD de

as he helped her over the side. gated and declared everything had Sweeting also played well. SCHEDULE FOR I. as Special :Master In Chancery I, as Special Master in Chancery C7) of MarteHo Towers, a sub ceased.IT .
I appointed by the Court In said decree the Court in said decree division, According to the plat IS FURTHER ORDERED that
George, already down the ladder. been conducted )legally.' I appreciate: I AdministrationFG FT PF '. under and by viztue of the appointed, under by and by virtue of the thereof recorded in Plat Book i this order be published once a w..efc.

dropped lightly Into the boat and that. They' can do nothing without terms thereof will offer for sale terms thereof will offer for sale One (1), page 14*, of the Pub- for not less than four (4) con
Jonesrf.______ 1 0 1 NIGHTEVENTS I and sell at Public outcry to the to thei lie Records of :Monroe County secutive weeks In the KEY VfT
held It steady' for Anne. and a moment proof and I don't know how well I : and sell' at Public outcry I
I i highest and best bidder for cash at and best bidder for cash at Florida, CITIZEN a newspaper published' in
White 3 0 1 highest
later John and Mllna Joined get it. ,: If ------- -- and Monroe County, Florida.
the Front Poor .elf the Court House the Front Door of the Court House
them. The line was cast off. and the "Maybe I eould help-" I L. Curry, c m_______. 0 0 1 t nf Monroe County, In the City of of Monroe County, in the City of Lot One (1) In Square Four DONE AND ORDERED at Key

new gllnetter started out on Its trial I J. Cooper, rf m_____._... 0 1 1 $. I Key' West Florida.'on the 2nd day Key West. Florida on the 2nd day of(4) Martello in Tract' Twenty-seven Towers, a Bub-(27) I West Florida, A. D., 1935.this .ta day of November
of A. D, 1935 between betweenthe
trip to the drifts. "\TIKKI:' there was alarm In O. Kovne, If ._,.._._... 1 1 1 '(By JOVE) eD :sbef eleven o'clock A. M, of December.hours of A.eleven D. MJ5.o'clock A. M, division, according to the plat (Circuit Court Seal)

Anne braced against the bow i John's' voice "don't try please Monday night a doubleheaderwill and two o'clock P. :M.. the same beIng and two o'clock P. M- tbe same being thereof recorded In Plat Book (Sd.) ROSS C. SAWYER
legal sales day and the hours the hour One' (1). page 14*, of the Public Clerk of the Circuit Court
a and
the Senior sales
be in day
played a legal
watched their
end felt Cau't ? Won't I
progress don't try. yon trust me Totals 4 2 5
the legal' hours of sale, the follow- tbe legal' hours of sale, the following Records of Monroe County, BATCHELOR, RINKHART & l>ii.H
again the exhilaration she had felt yon' promise to take care of yourself' Substitutes-Recio for Jones; League between the Firemen and ing described property, situated in described property, situated U Florida, lagraham: Building

that da> aboard the AhtL Sky' and while I'm away!'* for Each had Bar-B-Q ten at Eayview> Park in Monroe County Florida. to-wit: Monroe County Florida to-wit: and Miami Florida.
Dominguez Cooper. Lot Two (2) In Square Four nov'-lC-2J-30. d.cT
land
sea larkspur blue. The . ." All of that certain All of that certain' land
were sun "I why Anne's cheeks throws the first came and the Lopez (4) In Tract Twenty-seven (27)
one personal foul. Free situate In Monroe County situate In Monroe County
moving west was gilding horizon were flooded with color.John's quick missed Jones and Funeral Homers and Bakers in State of Florida, namely: On State of Florida, namely: On of Martello Towers, a subdivision

clouds and wave-froth with old gold. cry' had sprung from his heart It Cooper. the nightcap. Opening contest i is i the Island of Key Largo and is the Island of Key Largo and Is according to the plat BENJAMIN LOPEZ
High SehoolFG FT PFB. Lot 14. according to MacDonald's J.la.cDonald' thereof recorded In Plat Book
Lot 14. according to -
She swung around and looked was personal, and yet. Anne reasoned to begin at 7 o'clock. LgihU will' plat recorded In Plat plat recorded In Plat One (1), page 140. of the Public FUNERAL HOME
Pinder If __ ______. 0 0 1
back.towards Union Town aad her he might feel that way' about m on at 6:30 o'clock. Book 1, page 59, Monroe Coun. Book 1, page 6', Monroe. Count I Records of :Monroe County
new borne. Above the patchwork of ec? defenseless woman. Saunders, rg _____._ 3 0 2 go ts. Florida, Records: ALSO. Florida Records; ALSO Florida, Serving Key West

Its many colored houses reared the -Ill promise not to do anything' :Sweeting c ...________ 2 0 1 Tuesday:: night the Firemen will Government Lots 3. 4 and 5, Government Lots 3, 4 and 6. and Half Century
Section C, Township <2, South (2 South.Ran..e Lot Four (4) in Square Four
play the winner of the LopezBaker Section 6, Township ,
dark line of firs and beyond these. without first giving It long thought." Knowles If .._______m. 3 2 0 Range 39 East. Tallahassee 39 East. Tallahassee (4) in Tract Twenty-seven (SI) 24 Hour AmbmUnc Service

mounds of bills Uke plum colored she compromised then spoke quick' J. Pinder, rf .____m._ 5 0 1 game of Monday night. This Meridian, containing. 88.07 acres Meridian, containing S8.07 acres of Martello, Towers a subdivision I Licensed Emoalmer
velvet, topped by Saddle Back ly. "What is that!" game will decide! the winner of more or less: ALSO. All that more or less; ALSO, All that according" : to the pial' I Phone 135 Night 696-\\
thereof recorded' In Plat Hook
part of Government Lot C, Section part of Government Lot C, Section -
mountain. Us pommel carrying' a "That's the boat from the the second half.Wednesday one (ii, 140. of the Public -
song Totals- 14 2 :5>> 6, Township (!. South C, Township C2. South page

white cloud rider. Kalevala. the national epic of the Substitutes. : Berkowitz for B. night. community Range 39 East Tallahassee Range 39 East, Tallahassee Records of Monroe County, I

How do you like It?" Finnish people.explalDed John. singing at the park. Meridian' lying Northeasterly' of Meridian' lying' Northeasterly of Florida \\\\I"'III/
Pinder; Lopez.for Sweeting; Wick- a line running at right anglesto a line running right anglesto and
Anne looked up. John was stand- "Sing it In English. Anne asked. Knowles. Free throws Thursday night boxing and the center' line of the F. E. C. the center line of the F. E. C. Lot Five (5) in Square Four

Ing beside ter. He seemed a part of And John. looking toward the set. ers for wrestling at the Navy Field. Rwy. Company's right of way Rwy. Company's right of way (I) In Tract Twenty-seven (%1) 1 SPEND
his background. his the blue missed, Sweeting 4, Knowles 2, J. at a point 7C4 feet Southwest at a point 7C4 feet Southwestof of Martello Towers, a subdivision
ting :
eyes
sun. sang basketball
Friday night, gameat to the
Pinder 1.Score of the point of intersection of the point of intersection of according plat
I
of the sky and water his skin and And the boat with red he painted the High School Gym. the curve between Mile, Posts the curve between Mile Posts thereof recorded In hAt Hook YOURflfACATWN
hair And Bdortoed the prow with gilding; by halves: FH SC Total from One (1), page 140. of the Pub-
the bronze of the clouds. 425 and 42C. as measured 42i and 41$, as measured from
"I love it." she answered. And with ilvcr. overlaid It- Administration 82 10 Saturday afternoon, big; foot- Jacksonville, Florida, (said Jacksonville, Florida, (said lic Records of Monroe County I !
Anne listening forgot her girlhood !- ball game at the park. point of Intersection being point of intersection being Florida,
"You don't mind the waves? It's High School 14 16 30 and
Porgot Luke and Lucinda. for Sunday afternoon. baseball formed by prndu'lncthe Centerline formed by producing the centerline
pretty' rough today.' of the Florida East Coast of the Florida East Coast Lot Six (6)) In Square Four THiS YEAR IN
"It's like got everything excepting this man contest at the Navy FichES : Railway Company's right of Railway Company's right of (4) in Tract Twenty-seven (27)
a swing. she bean then
: who stood before her unaware of her In the !second! game the two way lying North at said curve way lying: North of said curve of Martetlo Towers a subdivision I l

paused at the look on John's face. admiration. It seemed In this moment clubs were more evenly matched.The S C.S C C C.e.c's...S.e.e e SC to intersect with the center line to intersect with the center line a "What's wrong?" of said right of way. to the of said right of way. to the thereof recorded in Plat Book
that the spirit of the man who Bakers won by the close One (1), 140 of the Public
"I'm going to risk spoiling the lit. South: of said curve) excepting South of said curve) excepting page
sang and her own spirit were fused score of 25 to 20. The Recreation CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN therefrom. the right of way of therefrom the right of way of Records of Monroe County iorgC.'UrHU.lTH'II" '
tle fun you've' had be began frown with that of the country of which he boys gave them a run for the the' F. E. Ct Rwy. Company: the F. E. C. Rwy. Company: .Florida
lug ALSO excepting all that part of ALSO excepting all that part of and !
You mean there's fresh trouble; sang- honors. Government Lot 5, Section 0. Government Lot 6, Section C. Lot Thirteen (II) in Square // "'''\\\
And upon the sea be steered It. Ths "Play Boys" went throughthe Township II, South. Range 39 Township 02. South. Range: 39 Four (4) In Tract Twenty-
the men back there on the wharves Ocr the blue and clashing billow East. Tallahassee Meridian' lying East Tallahassee' Meridian lying seven (27) of Martello. Towers,
are angry about something new!" *- entire gams: with only five .cc.......CCC...CC..CCC. Southwesterly of a line Southwesterly of a line a subdivision, according to the J
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-It Isn't new. but they're growing The son slipped Into the Pacific!! players, while th- Dough boys drawn at right angles to the drawn at right angles: << to the plat thereof recorded In Plat
Advertisements under this head center' line of the F. E. C. Rwy. center line of the F. E. C. Rwy. Hook One (1), page' 140 of the I
tired waiting for me to gather proofto like a golden disk, turning the horI-- used eight.O. will Company's right of way at a Company's right of way at a Public Records of :Monroe County
be inserted
give to the authorities. Nikki. will zon clouds to rose and amber. TwIlight Roche who played in the In The Citizen at point distant 7C4 feet Southwest point di.tant.St feet Southwest Florida, 1

you help me?" moved in from the sea and the the Recreation the rate of Ic a word for each insertion from the point of Intersection from tbe point of Intersection and
first
game. was on of the curve between of tbe curve between' Lot Fourteen (14) In Square !
but the minimum for the
"Surely'. if I can.- new boat paused In Its rhythmic !line-up. lie dii a. good job. Mile Posts 425 and 42S. as Mile Posts 415 and tI, as Four (4) In Tract Twenty II I
"Nikki." he squared her around chugging until the net was cast the scored 14 first insertion! in every instance is measured from Jacksonville.Florida measured from Jacksonville, seven (27) of Uarteilo Towers, I II
J. Woodson pointsout
bands on her shoulders. "Do yon top line floating in a rounded U (Aid point of Intersection Florida, (said point of intersection a subdivision according to the I
I of the 20 ittiined by the Io- 25c.Payment being formed by producing being formed by producing plat thereof recorded In Plat I
know that Rob Crocker Is owner or Buoy' lights were set twinkling and fOr classified advertisements the center line of the the center line of the Hook On. (1). page: 140. of the

the three :::3b traps serving the everywhere Anne looked it seemedas ers.Paiks is invariably in advance, F. E. C. Rw,.. Company's rightof F. E. C. Rw,.. Company's right I'uhlic Records of Monroe County !

Farnsworth Fisheries if fishermen had loosed a horde of I and Ed. Woodson of the but regular advertisers with ledger way lying North of said of way lying: North of said and Florida; -
curve to intersect with the carve to intersect with the
"Owner she repeated.Yes. fireflies!! to float sparkling on the Bakers scored 14 paints. accounts may have their advertisements center of said right of way center of said right of way Lot Fifteen (IS) in SquareFour : Hire This

the man whose money waves. I Re'reationFG FT PFJ. charged. lying South of said curve); lying South of said curve); (4) in Tract Twenty-seven

bought the Dsb traps and is paying "Come and get It,"sounded !ililna'svoice V. Woodson. rf .... 7 0 2 ALSO excepting the Island ALSO excepting on the Island (%7) of MarteUo, Towers, a subdivision
Advertisers should give their of Key Largo and is Lot 15. of Key Largo and js Lot IS, according to the plat Army OF
the pseudo-owners to run them as from the cabin. breaking the I O. Roche. )If, ...___....__. 1 0 0 street address as well as their telephone according to MacDonald'c plat according to MaeDonald'e plat thereof recorded in Plat Book I

their own." enchanted spell of the evening : W. Cats c ___._m___ 2 0 0 I number if desire recorded In Flat Book 1. page recorded In Plat Book 1. page one (1), page 140. of the Public .
they re a,. Monroe County, Florida, (9, Monroe County, Florida, Records of Monroe County, "Salesmen"THEY'RE
They' crowded Into the 0 0
little galley E. Albury. rg m____._. 0 I sults. record' records. Florida,

ANNE looked at John Neuman In '.to balance bowls of steaming hot Beccaise b* ..._____ 0 0 1 With each: classified advertisement EXCEPTING THEREFROMall EXCEPTING THEREFROM and .
astonishment. then slowlyan stew on uncertain knees. to spread I that part of the above described all that part of the above da- Lot Sixteen (U) in Square TilE ADVERTISING
I The Citizen will give free an Four (4) in Tract. Tweatyen ,
lands lying Northeasterly scribed lands lying Northeasterly -
overwhelming comprehension bl c'ult with berry Jam and to drink Totas-! 10 0 3 i Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for of the Southwesterlyline of the Southwesterlyline (27) of Martello Towers, COLUMNS

came to tier and In It. sbe tell she heavy' cups fall of coffee. Then still Bakers- FG FT PF of Second Avenue of Maa- of Second Avenue of Maa- a subdivision according to the
i
bad solved the mystery' which had talking and laughing they' went. backon it. daIsy a subdivision as shownon dalay a subdivision as shownon plat thereof recorded in Plat
deck. Matthews, )Iff ....____. 0 0 0 the plat thereof r.eorded in the plat thereof recorded In Hook One (1), page 140 of the -
Luke Faraswortb his
sent driving to
xJ. Thompson ...__._ 1 0 0 BICYCLES ;Plat Book 1 at page 194 la the Plat Book 1 at page 194 In the Public Records of Monroe. County
death. I Anne wrapped now In John's greatcoat .. office of the Clerk of the Circuit office of the Clerk of the Circuit Florida,
") didn't know." she answered ,sat In calm contentment, listening Ed. Woodson. If .".__.. 3 0 0 Court of Hoarse County, Court of Monroe County and ;
Parks.c.----------.4 0 2 Florida which said, excepted Florida which said excepted Lot Eleven (11) la !Square I' The West
"but. John. I do believe you're right I' to the slap of waves on the boat's I BICYCLES-We RENT by the Five (S) in Tract Twenty-

It explains everything.' sides the muted voices of the men Bethel .....__._____ 1 1 0 : Hour, Day Or Week. Repair and lands bounds are described as follows by: metes and lands bounds are described as follows by: metes. seven (%1) of Martello Towers, '

"What do you mean?" and. occasionally', a shout of laughter W. Adams. If. ...___.1 0 0 I' all makes and paint them with Commencing at the point of Commencing the poiat of a subdivision, according to the Citizen

Anne looked up at him. He bad I or song from a nearby' boat. xxxC. Smith ___ 0 O. 0 Nu-Ecamel. We full intersection of curv. in the Intersection of curve la the plat thereof recorded in Plat
-- I I f carry a right of way of the Florida right of way of the Florida Book One (1), page 140. of the
trusted ber In telling her this about This was peace and with It an N. nerna dt'z. rf :JT'2 0" 0 'supply of parts.! Agent for the East WCt-.I Railway Company East Coast Railway Company Public Records of Monroe O*nn-. -They'll take 'your messageto

tbe man she had loved: she would: undercurrent of pleasurable excite I Rollfast and a* between Mile as now **tahlish d J>.tween.J 1. x' Florida J ,. -
I Dayton Bicycles.
ment. Post 425 and Mile Poet 42C, as Post 42S and Mile Post UI, as every home in the city
trust him. Totals 12 1 2 And sell them as low as $5.00 measured from Jacksonville measured from Jacksonville Lot Twelve (It) to !Square
-) believe Luke received word o* She looked. out to where a liner Free throws missed. J. V. Wood- down and $1.00 week. (said intersection being formed (said intersection being' : formedby Five (5) in Tract Twenty- and SE.LL. 'EM your wares

this. He wouldn't condemn a man moved across the bar her stately' 1 Parks per by producing the center line of producing the center liie of seven (27) of MarteUo Towers I services.
son I, Cates 1. Matthew 276. J. R. Stcnvers Co a subdivision or
without proof and as that man wa* sides punctuated with round yellow Phone the right of way lying Northof the right of way lying Northof according to I
1. Hernandez 2; x substituted; for non 8-tf said curve to intersect with said curve to Intersect with the plat thereof recorded in
to be his son-In-law. be came downin lights from her portholes.Poor for the center line of the right of the center line of the right of Plat Book One 41), pg 14O,
person to Cad It. lie brought me Luke. -he hadn't even had Matthews; xx for Parks; xxx way South of said Curve); then way South of said Curve); then of the Public Records of Monroe I PHONE 51
W. Adams. run in a Northeasterly direction run In a Northeasterly direction County, Florida.
along so I would know also Tbe tbe solace of his belief In ber. And FOR RENT
Score halves FH SII Total along the center line of along the center line of Dated November 2, 1135.
storm kept him from going out to be was right She would have married by : the right of way of the Florida the right of way of the Florida. W. CURRY HARRIS, I The Citizen

the traps where be probably' Intended Rob. unknowing. unsuspecting I Recreation 8 12 20 UNFURNISHED HOUSE, near East Coast Railway Company East Coast Railway Company Special Master in Chancery.I

forcing the men there to tell the Ills real nature. Luke. without time Bakers 11 14 25 business section telephone for a distance of 1,083.44 feet for a distance of 1.083.44 feet WILLIAM V ALBURT, 1
for a point of beginning; thee for a point of beginning; the.. Solicitor for Plaintiff. ---
truth. to plan. bad had to turn to the one 704-R. nov22-tf run In a Northeasterly direc- run ina_ Northeasterly direction nov2fl23XO

"Rob's appearance in Astoria fur person be could trust, that bethought tion along the center line of along the center line of
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ther eitablisbed his guilt. because he could trust. Lee Farns SOCIAL LOOP TILTS LOWER FURNISHED- APARTMENT the right of way of the Florida the right of way of the Florida -- ----- .-- -- ---
East Coast Railway for a distance East Coast Railway for a distance -
Dad was shocked to find him there worth. II -2 bed rooms, conveniences of (35 feet; then run la a of 635 feet; then run la a I
There was no real labor trouble at Suddenly Anne stood up. Lee WEEKSchedule Elizabeth Southeasterly direction to the Southeasterly direction to thewa.ters
FOR NEXT porches. 519 waters of the of the
Atlantic Atlantic
the time. was there?" Farnaworth! Perhaps there was away I Ocean Ocean.
Street. novlS along a line which makes an along a line which makes an
"No. after the men heard your out of this trouble after all. and interior angle of 90* 02" 15" interior angle of 10* '3' 15"

father was In town they' got up a she could go back to her new home I with the center line of the with the center line of the The Star Shines
FURNISHED APARTMENT right of way of the Florida right of way of the Florida
petition and Tecla took It to him and rest In peace. ber work accom of for the Social
games Modern conveniences 628 East Coast Railway for a distance East Coast Railway for a distance
"Oh. John. bow could he do that. pUshed. League during next: week follows of 890 feet, more or less, of S90 feet, more or less,
Rob. I mean go against father's iCopyrigkt mi..tjr Je ... Bovuutn White street. or call at Gai i's then run on a meandering lln* then run on a meandering line
for himself !!: Barber Shop nov2 along the waters of the Atlantic along the waters of the At-
wishes to make more money j I Anne taketa0 Important step, Monday-Transfer Corner vs. ---.-- Ocean in a Southwesterly lantic Ocean in a Southwesterly BrighterLast
!" Monday -...' I High School. FURNISHED APARTMENT with direction to a point of intersection direction to a point of Intersection ( .
,
I of the waters of the of the waters of the I
-, Administration vs. electric ice box. 1001 Eaton Atlantic Ocean Atlantic
- -- Tuesday by a line draws Ocean by a line drawn

I BVtckwell's Stop-Overs. phone 879J. novJMmox through the point of beginningat through the point of beginning
; right angles to' the centerline at right angles to the center I
week the STAR took added brilliance -
MINISTERIAL UNIT edneeday' Lighthouse vs. of the right of way of the line of the right of way of the. on an

TO SUBSCRIBERS Wild Cats. NICELY FURNISHED APART. Florida East Coast Railway Florida East Coast Railway Jack MacConnell began
as to keep tally on
Company; then run in a Northwesterly Company then I
; run in a Northwesterly -

TO Transfer Thursday Corner.-BellBaoys VA. Duval KENT street.with garage. Apply oetl9 827 more or less direction, to the 1,015 point feet of more' or less direction, to the IllS point feet of I :'- Key West Sports and Sportsmen.

MEETMONDAY.i: If yon do act receive your Friday Lighthouse Admin- FOR SALECHRYSANTHEMUMS ginning, excepting' therefromthe beginning, excepting therefromthe
: vs. right!! of way .of the Florida right of way of the Florida .
This week another
i i paper by 6:15 o'clock in the istration. -- East Coast Railway Company East Coast Railway Company. STAR performer makes a

T afternoon Saturday-Stop-Overs vs. High at 1117 The said property' as aforesaid The Aid property as aforesaid! bow to the Key West Secret
rre win he a special meet-1 call telephone 51 I Stump Lane. nor23-2tx together with all the tenements, together' with all the tenements, public as Operator

'(Ith"- K..\' .Vest Ministerial j aad a paper will be seat to School. I hereditaments and appurtenances hereditaments and appurtenances I No. 36, the shade of Gossiping Girlie sends psychic
thereunto ;
belonging la thereunto
Games start every day at 5 p- or any wise belonging, or In any wise
A.anc I Monday morning at year Lome. A complaiat boy I TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO appertaining' being sold to satisfy appertaining, being sold to satisfy I'C waves from Gainesville to receptive souls in
(U.. except on Satnr4ay, when I aid decree. 'This Bale to t>. subJect aid d sale to be sub
10 ::1't ..' "' M UR duty at Uua .ffic. front sheets, 75e. The Artman Press.ag7. .iha'P'i
( ock the Metho-
in First to that certain I
they get under way at 2 o'clock. mortgage ject te certain mortgage l Key West.
li ('!:ur.-h to 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for tn recorded In Mortgage: Book B-5. at recorded In Mortgage Book B-S, at
announcement -
according of deliveringcom- age 42C of the Public Record of|I page 423 of the Public Records of

made by John C. purpose plaint. nelp us give you 100 Although 200 miles from the OLD PAPERS FUR SAII.-TO;; the Monroe defendant.County Florida made by. Monroe the, defendant County, Florida made by j All this makes mighty good company for ant

(Gcneler president of ,the organi- percont service ty calinr 51 Gulf of Mexico Columbus Ga., I bundles. for. fie. The Citizen. Of' DATED THIS lad.day of November DATED TillS 2nd day of Novem t advertisement if you want to make sure of having
would be a seaport town according A. D. ins '. her, A. D. 1935.J. .
-.ti'1D : if do not receive Toe Citi- fice. octlC
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yon J. LANCELOT LESTER. A
LANCELOT it
to plans now.under :way Jto open LESTER. I read.
A ....ut'1't.. made for I .ea- Special Master' In Chancery.' Special Master, in Chancery.
a large the Chatiabpochee rirer tp na SECOND SHETS--50O for 5Oe.I HENRY H TATU>R. JK. I HENRY H. TAYLOR. JR. I

at it-.!dance of it* men&ers.: I i r./T..II.I'IIIII' ''vigation t- .. .'I Tbe Artman Press. a$7 Solicitor for Plaintiff. Solicitor for Plaintiff. I
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MAJORITY VOTING AGAINST FERA.GROUP COME ANOThER COUPLE I

POINTIAC. Mieh.-A tax bill SHOES!

:-: SOCIETY : : NEW\ DEAL IN FIRST RETURNS HOME FROM 1 CAMPFOUR ARRIVE IN CITYMR. of $2.40, delinquent 94 years,

has been paid to County* Treasurer Baying Shoes from Ap-
I your
....S.S....S.S a.....S S S S S.I S S S S S S S S........S 55.S S C. A. Sparks, o! this city. The plerouth's Shoe Departmentgives
OF THE LITERARY
DIGEST POLL wider selection to
ParentTeacherAssn. YOUNG WOMEN DELIGHTED AND MRS. FRANK ICO delinquency was discovered when you a
Monroe County i choose from. Our stock is now
the property owner applied for a the
V OVER STAY COME IN OVER HIGHWAY complete and is largest
Council Conducts Meeting I home loan.Subscribe ever carried by any store in

I I A majority is voting agaitist"the AT AVON PARK LAST EVENING Key West. We have any wanted
-- to The Citizen-20c style. leather or material,
literature all ready received, 1 I Roosevelt New Deal to I I and sizes from AAA! to CV
The regular monthly meeting The [At The Stores date" the first of six weeks I eekly.'V "
it was said, distributed to the different as shown by returns Completing a stay : Mr, and Mrs. Frank Igo of FOR TODAY AND MONDAY -

of the Monroe County P.-T. A.Council schools and the article on' I of The Literary Digest's at FERA Camp Lake Byrd, Avon Tyrone Pa., arrived yesterday I -A large lot of Shoes to

was held yesterday after- "Democracy" printed in The current 10,000,000-balIot poll on Park, Florida, Misses Vanessa afternoon over the highway for a i I I I be sold at pair .m--__ VVVVV $1.95
I'
restful winter in Key West. j Ine.I Big reduction on Children's
noon at 3 o'clock, at the High Citizen several days ago has been I the Administration's "acts and Collins, Marjorie Key Ruby ;Jer- season PEARLMAN'S Shoes today and Monday.
BIG SILK SALE! and Delores Cervantes This is their second winter sojourn I
A. meeting in'th man returned -
each P.-T.
SchooL 4' read at policies, which appears: in the "A Name That's A C.afa.tec" I MONDAY SPECIALS
An event that looked
has been
by plane yesterday.
Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz presidedwith I different schools. 50 Ladies' Dresses in Wool and
magazine. Having been advised by telegram SATURDAY AND MONDAY I
forward to the who delight j Those who sent to the parkare
the P.-T. by women are
'It from each of
eleven members present. Reports '' Silk, 1 and 2 piece Suits
The include of the arrival of the Igos. SALE
was decided to obtain a new, Associations has been sent in to in making their own clothes, intial returns 40, selected from unemployedyoung special ---...--... -- _. .. $1.95
to be.' charter with the by-laws
val for them Merchandise
street sold at
is
prepared
was Quality '
carried out. j 1 was received for them being sent Fashion which starts Monday: south and west. for Association with others all on lot. at

It was announced that the P.-T.; in on time, it was stated. morning at 8:30 sharp. j I I The tabulation of the early balloting of, like ages amid pleasing by When the WPA they housing entered department.the home Again Lowest those Prices.lovely $2.50 Neg- I each::--_. ... $1.98

A. rally which was planned bad: An interesting four point letter New silks including Canton I] shows 53.28 per cent vot- surroundings and healthful conditions last evening! they found all electrical ligeesTat __._.__ $1.88 OUR R. DRESSES,

been postponed until a later date.,', was read and discussed by the Crepe Printed Silk. Celophane ing "no" and 46.72 per cent"yes" connections in order culinary Japanese Silk Embroidered I priced from $3.95 to $29.75
A letter written to the members of the council. Silk, Striped and Satin Back Silk in answer to the question: Experience: is gained from 2-piece Pajamas, $2 value I JUST IN New shipment

National Education was Association I' Plans were completed for the are all to go at one price as shownin "Do you now approve the acts swimming. riding music and dramatics arrangements perfect couldbe and at ....__. .._...._. _..,_._ $1.69 Ladies' Felt Hats. Specially
today's advertisement for that and policies of the Roosevelt New and the round table discussions nothing left undone which Japanese Embroidered Silk KU i priced for Mbnday.
projO"Bms' distribution of goods to the
for outline of the pooron the most exacting
an on general topics whichare expected by monas .._._ $1.39 and $1.69 BIG REDUCTION MONDAYon
store. i iHOLTSBERG'S Deal
date?
for American Educational Week. Thanksgiving Day. 1[ to deeply interesting and. educational family. it is said. Lovely Velvet Pillows, value Mallinson's 40 inch Transparent
_. I I;I A previous poll on the same is- said. In addition the Igos found the $1.25 .._--...__ 75e Velvet.
it
-'
was
-- i iHoltsberg"s I sue' conducted in the last spring West enhanced Silk Moire Pillows, 75e value,
Key atmosphere
Order Of Eastern Star To Store is now showing -'''of 1934, to practically the same The are four delighted young: Key over West the women trip-, by bouquets of flowers, personally at 46e Ladies'set .....Twin_h._-_ ,'_h..m Sweaters. -. _,$1.50 per
a beautiful line of hand-made. voters revealed a national sentiment placed by Mrs. Wm. H. Malone -I $1.25 and $1.50 Children'sDresses
I UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENTYou
the experience and knowledge in Silk and Wool 98c
of 61.15 cent for the
linens for and
Thanksgiving per West
Memorial Service president of the Key can now find and
Hold brief
New Deal to 38.85 cent gained during their all too $5.00 Silk Dresses $3.88 any
Christmas consisting of such per
gifts
Garden Club. of the
in
stay at the camp. Many $6.00 Silk Dresses $4.88 every wanted garment our
-- items as Applique Bridge Sets, against it. This was a larger percentage ers which: go: to make up Boys' Sweaters SOc 75c, $1.00 Underwear Department. Beautiful -

Fern Chapter No. 21. O. E. S.. Stainer. Mrs. Lewis, Mr. White. Cross Stitched Table Covers.1! of popular approval for beautiful bouquets placed in flOW-I Women's Wool Sweaters at new creations have recently

will hold Memorial Services at l Gus Ayala, accompanist. Cocktail Linen Sets and scores of the President than the 59.15 percent CHANGES MADE IN homes of winter visitors are each _:-1-__ $1.00 been received and placed on

; Special Memorial), Officers. of other gifts. 1 of the official; Roosevelt- ,, 1': .. ,"v.... .. '. the personally tended CLOSING OUT ALL HATS sale.We
the Scottish Rite Hall Sunday at Hoover vote tie received in 1932. have a large stock ofBOYS'
: Chapter. New items are advertised foj Mrs;, Malone. AT REDUCED PRICES
3 p. m. The following program I Vocal solo. In The Garden. the regular :Monday sale and are" Two of the five: states, Georgia -i EXRRESSCO.: UNIT 10 New Coats, on sale at __._ styles. SUITS in snappy new

will be rendered: Mrs. George Robinson. shown in Holtsberg's advertise-: and Oklahoma, from which i .5 5.S 5 S S S S S S S S S S S.S S.S S S. V V VV $6.95 $7-95 and $8.95 IS YOUR HOME READY
Cherish ment. returns are pu li'he.d .this week. ---- 20 pieces New Travel Prints, FOR THE NEW SEASON?
Selection, Life Let Us !' Vocal solo. When They Ring Ten Reasons Why Boys
Henry Farmer. Marguerite The Golden Bells. Miss May Hill. 'I give a roajqrity, vote,'.for the New HICGS AND' STICKrJiY WILL 35c value, yard 25c and 20c If not, visit this store Mon
while the other three states $1.25 Pure Silk Prints __ 88c
Deal Should selections
\ JAYSON SHIRTS Carry Papers h day and make your
Goshorn. Selected. Mrs. John
Goshorn. Nicholas Vocal solo,
!1of IownsssMissouri: in HAVE CHAROET.QF: DELIVERiES 40 inch all colors 75e Pure from our large and beautiful
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Invocation Smith. .s..S.SSSSSSSSS
Rev. Gekeler. D. Aronovitz Department Storeis the farm .belt register outright Silk Flat Crepe yard 50c stock of Curtain Goods, Ready-
Tenor 11010. Come To Me, adapted :Memorial address, Rev. Shuler sole agent in Key West for the: 1. It grooms a boy for a better Boys' Zipper Sweaters, all Made Curtains, Draperies,

from the Moonlight Sonata of Peele. Jayson shirt. This line has recently -j I I disapproval. state"of job. sizes .-_..-..____._...._.._ VVVVV- 98 Tapel>tries. Pillows, Sheets.
Ludwig von Beethoven. George Vocal duet Memorial. Carrie' introduced their shirts Roosevelt's "other home 2. It teaches him to work. Boys' Navy Blue Sailor Suits, Pillow Cases and scores of

Mills White. B. Jennings Mrs. 'Geo. Robinson, with a collar that requires no Georgia shows 70.38 per cent Several changes were put into 3. It makes him dependable. Long Pants and Short $1.00Boys' other items necessary for a

Soprano solo. Spirit of God- Mrs. Carl Bervaldi. starch and yet will not wilt of voting the in first support 3,947 of ballots his policies.tallied effect at the local office of the 4. It raises the standard of Suits 3-piece.-__.___._._____Long_._ ..__-_ Pants$5.90 I completely Blankets furnished and Comforts home-In
W. II. Meidlinger. Mrs. James Benediction.An I crush or wrinkle. Full details on American Railway Express company his future. SHOES SHOES
Iowa. with 17,756 votes nowi I a wide price range. Buy before
Ml Lewis. invitation is extended the this shirt are shown in the adver- I I by J. T. Trasrick, who arrived of
tabulated shows 4 LI 6 per cent 5. It gives him valuable ex Always a smart showing the cold weather sets in.
Vocal duet Love Divine-John public to attend. I tisement. I I this week to check up' with perience. Shoes at this store. This OUR STOCK IS COMPLETEWe
to I'
for the New Deaas compared
.---.--_._ __ __ I Characteristic of advertise ftn -"-.,.',..1 vnt.. in ist. ,",..nv'. Robert Knowles, who has been 6. It gets the boy acquaintedwith season we surpass in exclusive invite you to this store
ments for this store, today's carS J': Diesi -- --- appointed local agent people. styles at low prices to look over our new lines.
Literary poll. With rail transportationand $1.98. $2.50 $3.00 and $3.95 EVERYTHING
no REDUCED
Thanksgiving Eve Browne To ries attractive specials
Judge some very The tabulation shows that the 7. It teaches a boy to go Phoenix and
Large
shipment
the Florida taken off the Mi FOR :MONDAY
Dance Arranged \ Entertain SundayJudge for Monday sale. j New Deal popularity has declined ami-Key West-Havana it be- (ahead and work for himself. Belding Hose, per pair ...--...
: in Kansas since" 1934 to 44.67 run. i 8. It teaches a boy the valueof .___._ 69e 85c and $1.00
PEARLMAN'SSLOGANPearlrnan's iI j came necessary to remove the I money he has earned. Also, New Children's SoxBoys' STOREOFFASmON
in the current polL Missouri -
A well known opera singer, Jefferson B. Browne will percent main office handling the exportsto I
Pants
Inc., has adopted a ballotsof 9. It shows that be has initiative I 3-piece Short
Mrs.. Eva :Moore will I so far returns 11,779 Miami. This in effect .
appear on entertain tomorrow at his apart new slogan, "A Name That's A V which 46.82 cent are for was put and power to create ideas. Suits $1.00 $1.50 $1.98 up City Leading Ladies' Store
the arranged Dell the old Air Station per morning when E. Hand-Made
program by ments at Thursday Largest showing
Guarantee and appears in the. DeaL Both states voted 10. It teaches the fundamentals I. APPELROUTHJAYSON
Woods for Raul's ThanksgivingEve grounds in honor of Mr. and Mrs. the New M. Smith, agent; Emory Pratt Linens and Handkerchiefs. i
advertisement for the first time of big business.
Dance for Roosevelt in 1932. and Rafael Solano Jr., left
Wednesday night. James E. Yonge. Mr. Yonge is over
Ira.. Mpore is spending West-Miami Air- today. i} The returns from Oklahoma I the highway to the Miami
/ a vaca- president of Key open
An unusually large number of of the 2- MONROE THEATE! ()
tion here with her sister, Mrs. De ways, Incorporated.The show 52.06 per cent office. V rIIlARNOVITZ.DEPART I
Poo wife of Dr. De Poo and will other guests will be Mayor specials are listed in this issue .353 votes cast so far supporting V I Departure 'of these Je't Robert Dolores del Rio and Everett IENT STORE 1
( for Pearlman's Saturday and Monday DeaL
return to New York next monthto and Mrs. Harry C. Galey, Honorable the New Knowles. Alpheus lIiggs, Chester I Marshall in,
in
take up her work as leading and Mrs. William H. Malone, sale.NEW An analysis of how voters is-also I lawyer,.Frank Stickney and Orion I LIVE FOR LOVEMatinee Our stock of FALL READY- SHIRTS
lady in the there. She is this )poll voted in 1932 : Lounders, to handle the bus'ness.
opera Colonel and Mrs. H. K. Taylor, TO-WEAR for the entire
ported in the magazine; n-I : Balcony, lOc; Orches 'With no starch-no wilt
known fans I' Mr.\ Trawick checked the
here to many radio and Miss Alice Drake.Entertainment PLYMOUTHSAT tip on family is adding thousands of
collar. Here's shirt with
I the drift of the former I 1 tra. t5-20cNight: 15-25c a a
who heard her when she filled a seniority of these employes with : new and pleased customers.All collar to
and you can depend on
radio contract last winter. i and Hoover supporters" for ft view to making reductions: and merchandise priced at neat and
; keep comfortable -
Selections from the "Pirates ofPenzance" V NAYARRO'SNavarro's against the New DeaL decided that Mr. Sawyer, Mr. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT very reasonable prices to suit you from the time youget

and other famus operas At Perm's TonightPena's "Less than a year in advance Loundera and Mr. Stickney. would! -- all. Select your FALL OUT- up in the morjh&g until

will be sung by Mrs. Moore. i i of the 1936 Presidential elec be taken out of ervic. WAVES FIT from our store and you you go/: to bed at :night. A
will always be well dressed.Gorgeous
Mrs. De Poo who is also!' a''; Place has arranged for Inc., local Dodge- tion. the magazine's "Ameri-i analysisof : After this announcement an Two Permanents $5.00\ \ line of Ready- porous and perspirationproofcollar
tabulation states
,
talented singer will render three another big time tonight. Attend- Plymouth dealer, announces theV toe* in,I arrangement was reached wherejfcy for _ Made Curtains and Draperiesat that will never crush.;
V' ballots wilt wrinkle.
casting' secret" or
numbers at this dance, "The Pea ance at this popular night club increases first showing in Key West of the cans are vote of The|i I Mi> Hirgs: and Mr. Stickney Better Waves, $5.00 and op very REASONABLE
straw
Vendor another great *vill have charge of the deliveries PRICES. You'll find a wide variety
nut "Green Eyes" and as the winter season approaches 1936 Plymouths in the perfection I MRS. MILLER
another popular i these Literacy Digest j ind matters connected with that 407 South Street Phone 574-. of styles, patterns and colors
Spanish the states. A of cars |
song. I management models. shipment J in
"This poll is being; operated inj, division. 36 inch Heavy Drapery here in our Jayson Shirtsat
Joe Lopez and Gerald Pinder.' ,Pena's Night Club offers the will be displayed tonight and all the same way as its predecessors! Rust, Rose,, Gold, Blue and .h_.......-. .. ........_ .. $1.95
are among others scheduled to appear public all the features of a complete day tomorrow at the show rooms, which have foretold election re-!I t I I Green, 3 yards ._...... $1.00 MEN'S SUITS and
on the program. j night club anywhere. It is corner Southard and Duval j FLYwith
with Fall
unerring accuracy. PERMANENT WAVING I Ready-Made\ Prisciila Curtains BOYS SUITS New

Dell Woods' Orchestra will in-,. arranged for the comfort and con- streets. "Two questions are being asked -: WAVES ____.....-._-___ $2-50 aad up the- from $1.00 pair to Shades.
troduce a number of new Broadway venience of its patrons.A Dan Navarro states, "You can the :
: 'Do you NOW approve SPECIAL Wave and I $3.98 pair.Children's .
Shampoo Blues, Browns aad Grays.
PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER
numbers. Clem -
Price has]
genial bar-keeper with wide now buy a Plymouth cheaper acts and policies of the Roosevelt Manicure MONROE CLOTHES and
consented to lead the orchestra at market" and or Eye$1 experience in this line is capableof than any car on the New Deal to date?' and 'For l other famous brands. Fabrics
i brows ..... __ __ ___._ .
'.h V at each $1.0O to $5.95
this affair. drink called for that his is now No Change In Rates V -no
serving every explains company whom did you vote for Presidentin KITTY SANCHEZ have passed rigid tests for
by those who patronize Pena's. giving a lower insurance rate anda 1932?' : 219 Simon-ton Street Make Reservations by Phone I New shipment of Millineryfor sturdy construction longwearing -

Dance TonightAt lower interest rate of 6 per cent. "Chief interest in the first returns Telephone 620 Children and Ladies including and servke.

Cuban Club Dance Tonight AtHabanaMadrid Dan believes that Plymouth's can probably will center in I. Regular Planes, MiamiKeyWest !. WHITE HATS.V Single and doubled breasted
be purchased on the installment President back and pinch
those from Georgia, \ Airways Inc. Gorgeous line of Linens ; plain
plan cheaper in Key West than in Roosevelt's 'other home State.!I II! PALACE SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday for THANKSGIVING.Fall back; prices to suit all

Dell Woods' 8-piece orchestra! any other section of the state. Georgia's ,initial representation is, I Complete line of accessories

will be on hand tonight to fur-I I All preparations have been Manufacturers of the new 3,947 votes. of which 2.778 indorse -" Alice Brady, w\dr Douglass. RATE ONE WAY, $7.50 Tweeds at yard .__._.....____ for boys and men-Ties,
nish rhythm for the big Diamondball made for the big dance at the models claim that the 1936 Plymouth tbeJ{eV. .Deal and! 1,169are Mbntgomery in .h_' --0---------- 20c and 25c Socks, Shirts, Underwear
Dance at the Cuban Club Habana-Madrid Club to take place is a sensation when operation h !'tUt. LrA. D Y't:TFUB B V S I Leave Key West .4 p. m., Arrive Ladies' Wool Skirts. Twin Etc AT POULAR PRICES.

sponsored by Art's Barbecue tonight: at the usual hour olIO costs are compared to other "The percentages. V are 70.38 yes; Two ,.CtnediesMatinet Miami 5:20 p. m.FaitComfortableSafe. Sweater Sets Satin Blouses, New Shoes for Boys and

diamondball team. o'clock. I cars in the low priced field. 29.62 no. In' The Digest's 1934 : 10-15c; Night" lS-25c Short Jackets in all wanted Men in all the new Fall

This affair is being given for The spacious open air dance The 1936 Plymouth edition i is poll of New JDeal "I strength. the I I- -5 I shades. Shades and Styles.'p

the purpose of raising funds for floor of the club has been placed longer. wider and roomier. It i is I final percentage score"in Georgia -
I
ne
prietor of the barbecue stand has Carbonell who will have as his product the Plymouth factory or "This at firpt.glance might in- '

consented to purchase trousers. guests tonight a party of distin- any automobile factory ever, dicate to some observers a J loss: inNew HOLTSBERG'SWe S' 11

shoes; socks and caps and money guished people. turned out in volume Mr. Navarro Deal popularity. Possibly SILKSALE I

from the dance will be used to secure The Habana-Madrid Orchestrawill states. they will associate: it with the at-

sweaters.. introduce a number of new takcs on the New Deal made by are showing Monday a !

Members of the band are all hits. The club bar tender will TO MY FRIENDS: Georgia's gove-nor, Eugene Tal- beautiful line of Hand-Made
Linens for
and
pepped-up to those attendinga I have several mad Thanksgiving
give special concoctionsfor swell dance program. It is expected this event. My sincere appreciation is ten-I "Mentioned as a possible Democratic Applique Bridge Sets. Cross il

that there will be some en- I dered to the voters of Key \ t. Presidential candidate himself -I Stitched Table Covers, Cocktail ICE '

tertainment from local talent. A by the number of tickets already for[ their support in the recent I Governor Talmadge has repeatedly Linen Sets, New Tuscany Table ini USE ;Th

large attendance has been assured sold by the boys on the team. city election in which I was a assailed the Roosevelt I Covers and Bedspreads, Madeira II ,

candidate for Chief of Police.I Administration and predicted its Pillow Cases, Linen Table SILKS! SILKS! ITS PURER!
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;- Although not victorious at the defeat in 1936."However J Cloths with Napkins to match I ; SILKS!

. ::::::SSSSSS PERSONAL SSSSSSSS.SSS .MENTION 555555555 : .::::: I polls is my as gratitude sincere" and to my the supporters friend'II'I'that it would,be The futile Digest, at this repeats stageof Tray Petite Guest Covers Point Towels.,Finger-Tip Tea Napkins Towels and, I Received for oar Monday Sale! ) \ LASTS LONGER!

ship of those who could the poll), to attempt to draw CANTON CREPE I L\) t ICE REFRIGERATORS

................................................. port me is as grrateful as ever. definite conclusions. SPECIAL MONDAY SALE I fl14 $

Thomas Thompson left )'etiler-f J. B. Sullivan was a passengeron MYRTLAND CATES. t' "While the nation peruses these I ON SILKS PRINTED SILKCELOPHANE ?! Made of all metal-equip

day on the Cuba for a short '| the Steamship Cuba yesterdayafternoon nov23-lt figures in an effort to find a hint i I SILK .
ness visit' in Tampa. 1\ for Tampa and will return 1D of political winds more ballots at We have the largest stock of ; ped witji WATER COOLERS ,

next week. '" I the rate of 500,000 a day are being Silks in Key West. I STRIPED SILK They're Economical 1f t tI

Francisro Menendez was an1arrival !! (; > U"'U dispatched to fortyeightstates. 11 I

yesterday afternoon frm| Murray lIerrick, who was in 5a4/i4iqi Metlase regular Silk$1.25 Crepe for, ._.. 89c I SATIN BACK SILKAnd ((1b 100 Per Cent Refrigeration I'1 1I $
"As the
tempo increases hundreds
Havana for a visit with relativesand [ '
Key West. for a few days visiting, Many Others I 1i1'5 fl ':"Satisfaction I II
friends. ; i of special poll clerk and IiI' 89c Printed Silk Crepes,

_____ j relatives arriving by plane Wednesday scores of special postal employesare on sale ...._____.....__ 69c AH retnlarlv sold at $1.00 '
Mrs.\ Victoria VHareal and Child!1 I left for Miami by plane I' kept on the jump. The busi- and $1.50 yard, to be sold I J" Priced at -

[ yesterday afternoon. ness of putting 10.000,000 into I' 75c Plain Silk Cantons, 50c Monday. at only, )yard-- I '
were passengers leaving on the I I I 42 inch, at .._ _,... II
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35I
II 30
Cuba yesterday afternoon for a the mails is a tremendous job. I

visit with relatives in Tampa. County Clerk Ross O. Sawyer. And the task of sorting and 75c Silk Plaids, on50c 50cWHY I I and

1' who left Wednesday by plane to ing the returns is no count.'t I. sale at .___..__.,. ..__ V I EASYTERMS-1ODAYS
Cello Hernandez left on the 1I "The excitement at ,
Cuba yesterday afternoon for a I confer with officials of the Everglades bi4 ten seems to be communicating SOc Silk Mixed Q1 Aft PAY MORE I I FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S \

.___.. I
stay with relatives and friends in 1 Drainage CommissionI in itself to the country; letters of1 Tweed 3 for Be on time when doors !

Tampa.J. I Miami, returned over the high- criticism and praise are coming t! Heavy Satin for Slips, 50c at 8:30 m. 1F4jij ICE CO.
a.
t way last night in company with! in. and the ..editc.rialrilers are 40 inch at .... .. _..- .. open INC.I
.
T. Traw ick, route manager of Dan Navarro, who was returningfrom busy. I -THE- I I 11
the American Railway Express Miami\ : Metalic Evening Q 2 98
with new automo- "There is much discussion of O Phone No. 8
company, who was in Key West i biles. the accuracy of Digest polls inJ! 'Silks, reg. $3.75, at Store of Fashion =

tomake some changes in the I locr.i forecasting election results-that! SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER

arrangements as to personnel and I 1 Oberburgeruteister, Martin wf of the Smith-IIoo-.tr contest in' SPECIALS ON SALE City's Leading Ladles StoreI.

management of the office left I Nurnberg, Germany. has threat, I Pit HI\MY D :U.iNION 1928, for instance. when the poll MONDAY APPELROUTH

ycrterday afternoon; on the Cuba ened reckless drivers with concen-, A PARADE GROUND// forecast the shattering e* the _
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for Tampa. _..:.. 1 itration camp sentences. I( ,'Solid South'." *








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