The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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For 55 Years Devoted to the '7 country; with an average

Best Interests Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit

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I Porter Expects Roosevelt To MONROE COUNTY IS I WILSON AND COHN ADDRESS'MANY' I!Supreme Court Decision In Tax Issues


I DELINQUENT TAXESFIVE -.- I I. Promises Full Terms For Public Schools
Stabilization of the sponge industry and tinted by his own patented

Before Leaving Warm Springs and establishment of a co- process and at that time spoke of .. --

HUNDRED THOUSAND operative sponge exchange wa the future possibility of this at type some of time work in the be- Question Deals With Various
Trio On Sea
DOLLARS OF TAX CERTIFICATES the abject ,of talks given in the Trip Outlining I
Claims Proposition Now PLAN CHRISTMAS ing carried on in Key West on a II License Taxes
WILL BE OFFEREDFOR county court house this morning large scale.

Being Held Up Only SALE DECEMBER 2 by William L. Wilson and Milton In his talk this mornnig he cit. I Citing Mainly That Of
TREE FOR 1ANYCHILDREN ed the widespread demand for Groundwork New Congress

By PWA Technical Division Cohm, before large group of sponges today and the shortage in ; Chain Store LawTALLAHASSEE

HEREJUNIOR Y. Mon sponge fishermen city county the markets of both high grade "
and medium sponges: and believed (By as.elaled these)
j roe County will move on December and WPA officials and interested that with the stabilization of the RITES I
I Garner, Byrns And Robinson FOR CHAS. Nov. 26.The .
By PAUL MAY 2 to clean up its delinquent citize. industry the establishment of a
(SpecialacblBgtvn Correspondent WOMAN'S CLUB ARRANGING tax problem in accord with, cooperative exchange, Key West Are Now Enroute supreme court in a
.f The C-ltlsrn) Jim Roberts president of city CHASE IN MIAMI
I come in for large shareof
WASHINGTON, D. C.,I TO DISTRIBUTE a plan never before resorted to council introduced Mr. Wilson five to one decision upheldthe
a business hich should rightfully -
in this state. Under a resolution who in a brief talk told of the To States From Trip
Nov. 26.-Action on the TOYS AND OTHER ARTICLESTO be Key West's but which today occupational license
adopted by the Board of Super- advantages of a sponge exchange is being handled in other sec- THIS AFTERNOONOLD
bridge loan application U ABOUT 250 KIDS visors, at the request of County the cooperative pursuit of the industry tions under ruinous conditions.The Made To PhilippinesBy scale and one-half of one
and the necessity of doing
expected before President Treasurer '|NMeA all, tax certificates industry in Tarpon Springs per cent tax on gross receipts -
these in order to
Roosevelt returns from' About 250 children are to be representing' $500,000 of unpaid life of the industry in Key stabilized is being handled in a way which is HERBERT' PLUMMER in the chain store tax
taxes in total will be offeredfor and balanced and those ON SUNDAY WAS WELL
Warm Springs, and "prob-' given a treat Christmas when the Pest.Mr. engaged in the work are reaping (Uy AwMMtotnl PrM) law, enacted by the 1935
pcblie sale on that date. Wilson is in charge of de-
Junior Woman's Club begins distribution rich benefits. Mr. Cohn believes: AND FAVORABLY KNOWNTO
for school
within week William I the WPA legislature public
ably a These certificates DOT*" are own- velopment work for
of toys, fruit and candy that with the exchange established 26. In
and view of the fact that the
state office in Jacksonville MANY KEY WESTERS
) R..''Porter said today.:r from the tree, which is to be ed by the! county and represent and the cooperative idea working : | financing.
!I dressed and in readiness at Coral properties' Of, a possible value of said that E. A. Pynchon, state smoothly the product from next session of congress is less 'It killed the
Mr.: Porter said he had been WPA administrator is deeply in- legislature'sproposal
Isle Casino. 10000000. It is planned to some of the islands to the south than a month and a kalfyaway
given to understand the i Planning for the tree was the sell these certificates to private terested in the project and is con- and east of Key West would be Death of Charles W. Chase Sr.,. to have a graduated

President "clean I I chief topic of discussion at the buyers at the price at which they vinced that under proper guid-I brought to this port for handling. the presence of three of the ranking which occurred Sunday after-t scale of gross receipts taxa-
expects to and rules and
: ance governed by
social meeting of the club held were purchased by the Gouty County Commissioner Norberg administration leaders on noon at his home in Miami Beach,f
number of matters" before the talk % from the date regulations fitted to the status of and Sheriff K. O. tion ranging to five
up a last Friday and plus interest at 6 I Thompson I is felt hundreds up per
keenly by of
the industry the Key West sponge capitol: hill aboard the skip
1 was concluded committees had of sales to the county to November Thompson made suggestion whichwere same
while he is in and I cent on chain stores, describing : -
Georgia, ] fishermen can be reaping benefits -, friends and admirers in Key I
I I been named the tree had been 20, this year. noted by Mr. Wilson who I en. route borne from Manila is im
that the overseas bridge promised and details arranged.. This sale is entirely separate! from their labors to a greater,I later called on members of the West graduation as unequaland

The idea is to sell tickets to all from the annual sale of tax certificates extent than has been theirs in sponge fishing fraternity to name i'I portant. Mr. Chase was born 77 years' unfair taxation.
loan is of them. Repre-
I persons who feel the urge to givea held by the county each many years. I a committee to meet with Mr. Heading back from the Philippines ago( in Bristol England and came
sentative Wilcox, who left few moments of happines to year on August 20. The certific-I Mr. Cohn spoke on the possi-,I Cohn and Mr. Wilson this after- I to the United States when but a f The decision left intact

I some child or several children ates which were not purchasedby bilities of the sponge situation noon and lay plans to be where they went to witness enough of the law to bring
Washington last Wednesday, man. He enteed the theatrical
I and brighten for them the day private interests at the August I and outlined a future which will I sented; before another pre-I the inauguration of the Islands'new young -

said at that time he thought: which should mean a day of rejoicing tax sales and which were bid in mean for this city unheard of. be held in the county court house business and became one estimates from informed
}I be progress in the development of, o'clock tonizht. government are Vice President of the well known
for everyone. by the county. The sale is to : I' playwrights quarters that the for
decision., on the bridge loan i, I '18 I revenue
The proceeds from the tale of held under a new state law which the business not only in the out Both Mr. Wilson and Mr\ Cohn Garner Speaker Byras and and actor-managers of New York. .

would probably be held up I I these tickets will be used for pur- provides that holders of tax certificates put of sponges in their natural I stated they were ready to do all After becoming thoroughly established -public schools would be
the and each child foreclosure condition but processed and: in their in of the Senator Robinson Democratic
chasing gifts can bring j power support about $2,750,000 annually.The .
until the President returned i he took number of I
will receive candy fruit and a I proceedings on six months' notice I tinted sponges which today are proposed ideas and were anxiousto I leader of the senate.
to the capitaL I I provided taxes have not been paid adorning the bath rooms and aid the Key West group of companies on the road and during -[ legislature predicted $4-

Mr. Porter said he had toy.Mrs.. Dumont lIuddle ton and for two years. i toilet tables of thousandsof! ,I' workers in proving what could be I lIt wouldn't be far wrong to one of the trips came to Key!j 1 000,000 to $4,500,000 a year

i{I f Miss Leota Grillion are in charge At the November meeting of families throughout this and other I I done vith a waning industry when guess that much of the ground- West, more than 35 years ago.I'

been advised the bridge loan:j of the ticket sales, and Mrs." the board a resolution was adopted countries. I II I' given renewed life by being placed work of the coming session will During his stay he decided that) from the law. as it was
I!Edgar Pangle will arranaethe fixing penalties for delayed J I I Some time ago Mr. Cohn was| on a business basis and stab- be passed. "
laid this at time he would
application had again clear-1 I ] by triumvirate in con- some come: to>
j(tree and the distribution of gifts. payment of taxes at 6'1... This,]Jin I Key West with samples of the:J 1! i1ized through cooperative: ; effort make his home in Florida.
ed thlough the financial and I!I was designed to induce taxpayers product. which had been processed i ferences and informal conversations In late yeartjtaJthUfcamhitiojjwas Apparently the decitioq., .

legal divisions ofTthe PWA,*.THOMAS SKELTON to meet their obligations I!I I'--- -. i before they reach Washing realized; and shortly: after his unless l *lt -is appealed to" the -
since penalties under the new law 1 ton on or about December 16.
arrival in Key West became connected : i
and was now being held up I run as high as 32This; plan.'!! I Very Significant United States supreme court
willihave 'AMATEUR NIGHT GROOMS INJUREDIN with the chamber of com-
DIED LAST NIGHT according to the treasurer and reversed
spelled out
only by the PWA technical i i I the effect of penalizing "tax There are 48 members of the merce and served in that capacity

ATBAYVIEWPARKINTERESTING senate and house in the during the progressive era of the virtually full term sol
division."I I strikers. and will enable the I I AUTO CRASH party organization.Later opera
count to clean up a bad delin- :{ returning from the Philippine in- tion for public schools for
am morally certain we FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE on he interested English
situation. Private in- I
quent tax ,augural-a fairly cross-sec-
capital in the of
will get the bridges," he de terests are making: a study of the propagation 'which the legislature ap-
I CONDUCTED I INTERESTING OUTLINED ACCIDENT HAPPENED WHEN tion of the congress.Politicians.and sponges and fora "namber. of
clared. "But I can't say any situation with a, view to purchasing '' observers here years carried on lbe! pr.ject on I propriated $10,500,000 a
of the Florida .bieb
I one
more than that until the last I ed.-The Wall Street regard it as Specially significant, was named Chase in hoaor ,df-the I year* ;j'There.. was no immediate -

I' stat-I' !EVENING : OF BRICKS however that Garner Byrns and 'comment from Governor -
paper'signed.. I developer of the idea, tttd which "
I Thomas W. Skelton. 79. died home 6 CUPPER PLANE i I Robinson are able to get together is now Perky FT*. i f '? Sholtz- or other state
o'clock last evening in the
At the outbreak: of 'the war -
; 1 for extended pre-session talks if
RIGHT-OF-WAY of his son-in-law and daughter Spotlights for the amateur Bascom L. Grooms presidentof which later developed into a officials: on the court's ac
'(Frank A: Kennedy in Miami I I' they so desire. Such occurrences
I Mr. and Mrs. John C. Park. 821 AGAIN night being staged tomorrow I the Key West Electric com world catastrophe English capitalwas
Daily News) I after illness COMESJN have been heretofore.
Georgia street an i iI night by the recreation of the pany sustained painful injuries I rare withheld from the projectand tion.The
The proposed PWA loan of I I covering a long period. local WPA will about the chest and a bruise on j I. Since the vice president is later was abandoned becauseof legislature provided
5800.000 to build the Overseas Funeral services are to be held be focused on a the forehead this morning in an
I I I ARRIVED THIS MORNING ON recognized as the White House'sclosest lack of funds. about $5,500,000 a yer for
highway to Key West apparently!14 o'clock tomorrow afternoon variety of features which are expected accident when the automobile he After the sponge propagation

has the green light over all fed-i I I from the Lopez Funeral Home J I i SECOND TRIP FROM I to bring: laughs and ap- was driving crashed into a pile of, and most trusted adviseron plans were abandoned Mr. Chase schools from automobile

eral public works projects in''I chapel to First Methodist church.1 plause from the audience attending bricks. all legislative procedure his left Key West for Miami, wherehe license, and one mill tax on
J Rev. J. B. Culpepper will officiate -I MIAMI I, the affair at Bayview Park. Mr. Grooms was driving southon i availability for exchange of views. became associated with the
Florida. assisted by Rev. SI. L. Smith Simonton street on the way with Byrns Robinson and other business interests and was selected property. Chain store rev-

Backers of other Florida projects I[of Ley Memorial church. I I Included in the program are home. Just as he was near Vir-I to 3,' 1936, I' to become secretary of the I enue, if it totals $2,750,000
t several popular songs by Dell"oods' key men prior January ,
are bluntly being told that Knights of the Golden Eagle Arriving! this morning for the ginia street the car became unmanageable Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
lodge will attend the services second trip this week was the i \\ orchestra negro novelty I pimped across to the is important : merce which position with a short would bring the total to $8.-
there is else in '
nothing sight until and pallbearers will be selected I magnificent Clipper Airplane of I II I numbers solos by a number of other side of the street and crashed. -I Short Session Sought I intermission of several months beheld
250,000 Governor Sholtz
the bridge loans are approved.Projects I I the city's promising men
from the membership. the Pan American Airways. The young !
I From all angles it -IB highly desirable up to the time of his death.
previously approved of ,iMr. Skelton is survived by his 1 plane made the first trip Sunday I I and women singers and a comedy Immediately after the accidentMr. I, that the session be Survivors are his widow Mrs. has estimated the state's

course are exempt from this die-, widow Mrs. Adella Skelton; four. and during its stay of 5 1-2 hours, skit; which is scheduled to wipe Grooms was taken to his coming :Lilly Chase, who was before mar- general revenue fund could
Mrs. John C. Park and away any frowns or wrinkled !; as short and snappy'as: Possible.,
was visited and inspected by 2- home 803 Washington street and riage, Miss Lilly Demeritt, of Key
turn.The Mrs. Victor Roberts Key West; SOO Key Westers.Arriving brows which may be in the medical aid summoned. The at- President Roosevelt'himself has West; one son. Charles W. Chase, supply about $1,000,000 or
Overseas highway project'now Mrs. II. S. Brown. Jr., Silver audience at the outset. been represented as believing j
) this morning were I I I tending physician said there were Jr., and two daughters, Miss Lillian more for schools this
is classified as an emergency,{! Bluff Md., and Mrs. Q. H. Starling George Schutt Julia de Grassa The Winter season is getting no bones broken. It was too soon imperative.The l and Miss Marie Chase. year.

enterprise approval of which will, of Memphis. Tenn.; one son; Frederick Wagner Evan Cappelo under way and Key Westers were after the accident to determine President, vice president, (Funeral services are to be con- Governor Sholtz recentlytold

relieve other government agencies{ William O. Skelton. Miami; one; Roy Smith Earl Clark and Mayn- i urged ip'the announcement this I II the exact extent of the injuries one-third of the senate and the entire ducted this afternoon in Com- educational leaders he
brother. Richard Skelton. Key I ard Baker. morning to start the season witha sustained. i I membership of the house must munity Church of Miami Beach
of commitments perhaps in excess -I West; one sister Mrs. Temma : Eleven reservations have been laugh by attending the program I i Inquiring at the home this afternoon -t go before the country in the! elee f and the body sent to Orlando, was confident the school

of the funds required to Johnson, Miami. made for the afternoon flight; tomorrow jiight. I i The Citizen was told that tions of '36. Individual as well Fla., for cremation. I this would receive $9-
build the bridges. There are also 14 grandchil- when the plane will leave at the Victor Larsen. one of the recreation though suffering some pain Mr.I as party political fences must be year
I dren and seven great-grandchil usual hour 4 o'clock. supervisors, will be in+,I I I Grooms was resting as comfort-; gone over thoroughly and in many HOLIDAY NOTICE I 000,000 from the state.
dren. The last of them was! bornto charge of the entertainment work will
and ably as can be expected. | instances the repair require
Justice Rivers Buford
NEW ARRIVAL AT I Mr. and Mrs.\ Joseph Jaycocks I he will be assisted by Mrs. Eva I: The front part of the car was I considerable time and atten- Thursday Nov. 28, Thanksgiving t disagreed -

last night:;: within the same hour HASKINS WILL Warner and Mary Lou Knowles. I badly damaged by the impact. i a legal holiday in the State i!'. with the court's main

JAYCOCKS' HOME Mr. Skelton passed away.CITYCOUNCIL I --- I tion.A: prolonged session also would of Florida, this bank will not be|opinion. He said the legislature -
I INSPECT SHIPHenry .do much to disturb the country open for business on that day. '
TO J which just now is enjoying a THE ,FIRST NATIONAL BANK j: had authority only to

breathing spell" and which the nov26-2t I| provide a uniform system of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Jaycocks PR O CLAM A TIONWHEREAS administration is desirous of con- II
MEET TONIGHTThere B. Haskins. assistant tinuing. I I taxation unless it classified
announce the birth of a son, ,
superintendent of lighthouses,; in therefore
Legislative machinery
weighing eight pounds last night. chain stores according to
the Seventh District. left over the I : Thursday November 28th has been designatedby well-oiled and overhauled j: BROADWAYMEAT ;
at their home in the rear of 1100 will be a special meet. highway this morning for Tampato the PRESIDENT of these United States, as a DAY OF ahead of time by the leaders, will: i brackets, and placed the

Division street. The new! arrival : ing of the City Council held tonight make an inspection of the Ten- THANKSGIVING. make for smoother going for the! I same rate of taxation on

has been given the name of Hoi-I'I beginning at 7:30 o'clock, der Ivy now in drydock at that I THEREFORE.J, Doctor Harry. C. Galey Mayor of the City administration later on. MARKET 1 i brackets.He .

ton Montgomery.Mrs. at which time a tentative budgetfor : city.It is anticipated that Mr. Has of Key West. Florida do,,Lenity request..our people to pause for I equal
\ Jaycocks formerly the operation of the city for I a while in their daily duties to POTOTOES, 25c I contended' the court
was' jthe]]I ensuing term will be present- kins will meet Charles A. Parks, for give thanks to ALMIGHTY: GOD 101bs. ..._,_..__,__,_u___._
Miss Mary\ Louise Roberts, daughter I ed for consideration. deputy commissioner of lighthouses I I the manifold; blessings bestowed on T.'aU..d'a place of I j should uphold only first occupational -
of Mr.\ and Mrs. Victor H.l who is due to arriv in worship of your choice and give thanks to Him who baa blessed FRUITCAKES l TURKEYS i
1 Several- other matters of a license of $10.00
Roberts. andbegin us in these
Tampa tomorrow morning many ways depressing cimes.
will also be
Mother and baby are reported I'i;'I up during the session. making an inspection of the NOW THEREFORE. AS MAYOR OF THE CITY OF KEY -forTHANKSGIVING- I I CHICKEN FRYERS I[and one-half of one per
to be getting along nicely.
--- WEST, FLORIDA", 1 DO DECLARE THURSDAY NOVEMBER28TH I Icent. His main opinion said
:, 1935, THANKSGIVING DAY. A HOLIDAY. 50C POUND Fresh Fruits and Vegetable 1/I

FOR THANKSGIVING PEANUT FED I DONE THIS 26TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1935. j of all l kinds I the legislature could classify
z Tbs "Feast of Feast" win .ot
I DOCTOR H. C. GALEY. business according to number -
Mince Meat and Pumpkin Pies Mayor of the City of Key West.Attest CAKE fromBUSY I of units and require pay-

awlh4UN All Other Cakes I.I ._. 268 Free Delivery
WALLACE PINDER.I BEE BAKERY IPlao. j ment of higher license thanis
AND I City Clerk. .. 120 W. Deliver levied
Phoo 818 Free Delivery against a single
Front Street -H.I .I at01'e }J






r TRADING WITH CANADA lamation, but it did not become ..e..e..e..e

3Cfa Seg g&tgt Cttftesi I In 1929 the exporters of the United UNUSUAL Stby"Mo.ieSpodiallt" REVEALED i iTTa. ip KEY WEST IN a regular of the annual United custom States of presidents until-I Today's

Published Dally Except Sanlay By
TUB CITIZEN: Fl niaSIIINQ CO INC.I : i States shipped $948.443,000 worth of DAYS GONE BY the first administration of Anniversaries
:; : ham Lincoln. :
P.. ABTMAX. Pr..rde.tJOE .. goods to Canada but in 1934 they man- j 1 Happe.i.w. Her Jnt 10 Year Abra.1 I... ...
ALLK> AuUtaat B la M ]tanagerFrom ttr.
The citlsen Bail din z aged to get only $302,433,000 from Cana- Age Today A* Take From j'I With the 3,000,000 1726-Oliver Wolcott, Connecticut .

Corner Greene and Ann Street dian buyers. The FUe Of The Citixea 1 1I: lumber now being unloaded from ;; jurist, signer of the Dec
I the Schooner Pat Harrison the laration
I at of Independence frover-
of the of the J
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and\\Monro Obviously, one purposes I S. Brownstein member of the! Florida East Coast Terminals and,, nor, born at Windsor, Conn. Died
County. recent trade agreement with Canada is to t sub committee of the Key West.. the cargoes of vessels booked fog. Dec. 1, 1797.1792Sarah.

:Entered at Key West Florida. a. second elm patter get back, if we can, the missing $646,010.- i Chamber of Commerce told The! arrival in the immediate future:

FIFTY-SIZTH THARMrmher 000 worth of business annually.On Citizen today that although the j, there will be approximately 18-I I M. Grimke, older
local membership drive is progressing 000,000 feet of this kind of material -I I of the two noted sitters among
the Associated Press.f the Is exchl.lvts A.e.etat A* Prow entitleto nee th; other hand, Canada sold us, in Jy he felt that if the number -| unloaded at this port most i'i i the most' eminent atiiavry and

for rec.ScAts: : .f all news disc.tches ere J ted to 1929, $503,496,000 worth of its products I 1 a+1 ",---- 1i of workers was increased theresults of which is to be shipped to points:[woman's rights tectttrerv hi their
.t or not otherwise credited.. In. this paper and alsothe would be greater. He in the state. Other building material -i i i day, lorn at Charleston S. C.
local'Bee's published .ere.)11N.TlONAl but only $231,696,000 worth in 1934. Na- it-I
ed that the brunt of the shipments due\ > in Key West, .I!I Died in Boston Dec. 29 l, 1873.
EDITORIAL> turally, before signing the Canadians were t 4// ti/ heit was placed on the!! shoulders|i;i include two cargoes of cement
.\ anxious to see a chance to regain the lost 1 of MX men while in Melbourne! the i idne i I which are due from Norway.I 1810-Henry W. Sargent, the
j. New York banker who retired to
I93S ; is being conducted by 75;
I i
$271,800,000 worth of business
a year. become: an eminent horticulturist
Friends of Miss Maggie Piercewill
and every one of the committee i I
8'tBic.RlrTIO' : RATES While the depression cut down the members is working like a Tro- .I I be pleased! to learn she i is i ii and landscape gardener, born in

Six one Jb$1:::::::::: s.tothree : commerce of the two countries the erec- jan. He asks the cooperation. ..fall ,i 1 convalescing from her recent iUI : Boston. Died Nov. 11, 1882.

Mentbs J.le.0G tariff the realtors i.i the city and is of!I ness. I I 1819-Joh-r.-; Dee San
')ne Month .. tion of Walls had much to do with l!
' ZOADYERTISINB the opinion that with their concerted "" "- 'I
Weekly I i !i Francisco lawyer, noted for his
dwindling trade. By lowering duties it is A but
I help the drive will be'i quiet pretty wedding work in the Mexico "Pi Fond"
RATilS I i M
Made known on: application.: expected that each nation will find the in- i faller' was cart of brought I : to a successful conclusion -'I I took place in the first Methodist j case for the Catholics, born in
: Jtrra, TmTcniqhTakilLtfrt long before the specified; church at 6:30 o'clock last evening
SPECIAL ITOTICB creased business worth more than the con- ? I New York City. Died Dee 23,
All reading: notl...*. cards cf Iba"-.. resolutions of of Iu/.re/. na ll took Cuw In cJiaVictor & time of bringing it to a close. I when Miss Matilda Mar 1906.
respect, obituary .. Jces. etc. wli. u charged for at cessions made to secure it. r of rrw shall became the bride of Hector
tbe rate of 10 rents a line. In each country, however, every interest 1 Jfrrif, Azpeitia in the presence of rela- 1828-Robert Bsttey, noted
which Hon. James J. Walker. New I
cches from
Notices for entertainments who Is duwifiwrnCcimnbia .
tives and friends and a few invited Georgia physician and
a revenue Is to l/t derived are :s a line. affected by any concession, is howling i York senator and mayor-eect! of surgeon
The "Itlzen Is an open form. invites discos- r CIst pf"L cfI .j guests. Miss Ruth Roberts i born at Augtrttm. Died at Rome
Ion of public issues!': and subjects ->t local or general predicting ruin and asserting that the S 'd9j.WRHI New York City who recently defeated -, was bridesmaid and John Marshall Ga., Nov. 8, 1895.
communl- I .
Interest. bu it will not publish anonymous Frank D. Waterman by a
c. .10tI&. other got than it At brother of the bride was
country more gave. j
record-breaking of 492- 1832MaryE.
plurality Walker asaistI
best maJ Following the ceremony *
the same time interests that stand to gain I 123, was a distinguished visitorto I a reception was held at 426 I ant army surgeon in Civil war,

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST new markets abroad are smiling, forecast- i Key West today. lie was accompanied Middle Springs. i first woman to hold such commission -
by a party of prominent .
picturesque character, suffrajrette
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ing prosperity and patting the home gov- onds i. -
first fair' as
4 a. men, friends, newspaper correspondents Miss Conchita Cobo was the authorized by Ceagresa
ernment on the back for putting one over 1f boy, ivns! as assistar2iftrna .- II and cameramen. The: successful! contestant in the prize ; to ,,'earmlle: attire. born at

on the "foreigners." J r an a. frai 7a. pu-ly came to Key West fromHavrna. contest conducted by the Catholic 1 Oswego, N. Y. Died near there
1. Water and $ewerage. ... ... ... I Mr. Walker said to The
Feb. 21 1919.
It might be the sensible thing for the ('-- ;; II : Daughters of America at the bazaar ,
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- _._ Citizen "We were .due to arrive 1 I they conducted. Miss Cobo,. --
of both countries to the -- --------- found
people give new -- here yesterday but we ; old the largest number of tickets 1839-George Cary Eggltnton,
land. I ...... ........... those Cubans to be such fine fellows -
treaty an opportunity to work and see if .e .e..e. and was presented with a New York journalist and novelist
S- Free Pork < I l" .W TiiiiiOU i w the gains to be acquired do not exceed all I
I THE Today's Birthday The trip from Havana was madeon bons. York, April 14, 1911.

4. Hotels and Apartments. losses. Besides, even those Interests that ........................ the Cuban Gunboat Cuba, and
II 5. Bathing Pavilion. fear the loss of some present advantagesmay ........................1 was very enjoyable, agreed the t
TemperatrressHighest Dr. Arcturus Z. Conrad of Boston members of the party. On their I
C. Airports-Land and Sea. secure new and more than compensa- 'Congregational' welcome
arrival cordial ex-
... 73 c14ergyman'l a was WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND

I 7. U Consolidation Governments. of County and City tory those business who out seem of to the have increased acquired buyingof new Lowest Mean ..:::::::::::::...._..::::::..::::::::::::::66.70Normal I I born ago. at; hiloh, Ind., tended While riding by Mayor around Leslie the A.city Curry.moving I Local Committee for Key West

I markets. Mean .....__._.__..._... __,...73 picture cameramen took a
Pat M. Neff, president of Bay. number of scenes in which Key Date .-_._____
Little minds, like weak liquors I lor University, Waco, Tex.. one Westers will be shown when the
aresoonest A DECISION AND A WARNING yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. film are exhibited.
time Texts governor born at Mc- TO THE EDITOR:
soured. Normal Precipitation .--. .05 Ins. ..-- '
Considerable interest attaches to the .1.hl.. rrcwd _...!.. :u-..... _rl.. i, Gragor, Tex.. 64 years ago. At of city in the
.dl>K" lit ft ...._.. Ifcto Moraine. a special meeting i Wishing to have a part perpetuating

Now that Governer Lafoon is out, reasons assigned by John D. Rockefeller, Ton.orrowAlmanac I' Angelo Patri noted author and council last contract night an was additional awardedto I memory of one of our most beloved and useful

what is going to become of all those Ken- Jr., for deciding to make contributions Sun rises __.............._ 6:52 a. m.i authority on children, born in scavenger Harry Gwynn. The new con- i citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of
Sun seU .......... ..._ 5:37: m. I I
hereafter mainly to "specific projects, 00 p. Italy 58 years ago. for of
tract is to run a period
tucky colonels? And no war in sight.
Moon rises 000_____ 8:19 a. m. .to the Will Rogers :Memorial
interdenominational nondenominational !seven! months.
chiefly or -
Moon sets _____00_ 7:02 p*. m. I Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
in character." Tide. i I Tom Wallace of Louisville, Ky.,
All of :Monroe county on the main- He plans to support undertakings Tomorrow newspaper editor, born at Hurricane Editorial Comment: One hundred others from Key West and will go without any
land is closed to hunters No hunting in A.BI. P.M. Ky., 61 years ago and thirty years ago today
Monroe "which interpret the Christian task in the High ""..__._..._11:15 10:14 i George Washington issued: the deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
county anywhere except on the 4:31
light of present-day needs and which are Low -.------, 3:38 first national Th nfcsgiving proc- : expended, also without any deduction, as the :Memorial
Sherman Baldwin of
keys. Barometer & m. todays Roger ,
based not so much on denominational affiliation Sea level, 30.16. ; New York City lawyer, born !! Committee may determine.

as on broad, forward-looking ; there, 62 years ago. BENJAMIN LOPEZ 1

The bankers are.: given a breathing principles of co-operation." WCATMEK FORECAST i t FUNERAL HOME Name--------, .. ---._.. .,...* .- .,- .?
spell; if they weren't they would die, and I Serving Key West i
:Mr. Rockefeller has been a liberal Albert B. Fall of Three Rivers,
(Till 8 m., Wednesday)
p. Half Century Address _, __
then where would the government get all i N, M. secretary of the interior 1 -----S -- -
contributor West aDd Vicinity
to the Northern Baptist Con- Key : 24 Hoar AmbwUnc Service I
I under Harding, born at Frankfort -
that money. fair tonight and Wednes- Licensed Embalaer:
vention and for many years conducted a '': Ky., 74 years ago. I N3
Phone 135 Night C9S-NS
Bible class in New York. Regardless of : : I

When a decent individual i is insulted what one may think about his views on j Prof. Lee E. Eassett: of Stanford -- -----.

by a low creature, it is to the former's advantage some issues, he has impressed the public noted teacher of public

for then an undesirable; association with an early acceptance of an obligationto peaking born in Salem, Wis., 63 C11'1'111.I"IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIJilI11SPECIAL

can cease. society, often entirely absent from the' A ,,. + years ago. _

hearts of the very rich. EEP t 1 Plains States, Abilene, Texas,
29.86 inches, and Williston, N. OFFERvkwv7&i
Too much religion, was a'comment His decision should serve as a warn- D., 29.82 inches. Light to moder-

heard concerning The Sunday Star. Well, ing, not only to his denomination but to all ate reins have occurred during the I

it's a Sunday paper, why shouldn't it havea others, that the public as a whole is not Fair '; last 24 hours in the central Plains
su6Ofn.+ wA41MER. &
northern Texas Arkansas,
religious slant. interested in the non-essentials of de- States,
day; somewhat warmer tonight;;' and in portions of the middle At- MOUNT YERNONlQRi
nominationalism but rather in the progress. gentle to moderate northeast or lantic' States; while elsewhere east

We have, of course, a form of infla- made in undertaking the Christian task ina east winds. i of the Rockies generally fair
Florida: Generally fair tonightand weather has pre-ailed. Tempera-
tion now, but when the real article comes, society that has tremendous problems to Wednesday; somewhat warmer i I lures have moderated over southeastern -

adding jnachines will have to have a few solve. tonight and in north portion districts. but are still

more ciphers to indicate the figures neces- Wednesday. considerably below normal, with I
SETTING NATIONS AN EXAMPLE Jacksonville to Florida Straits; light front this morning in northeastern -!
sary. .j and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate -i Florida: and heavy frost hr .' 1 S
'f northeast or east winds and in South Carolina: ; while throughout -
The Italo-Ethiopian war is proving a It might be worth noting that the fair' weather tonight and Wednes- the remainder of the country \ t > a Ot

United States, in granting eventual independence .!ay. from the Plains States eastward .F.r
disappointment to the war correspondents,
I readings are near or some-
to the Islands is '
who are trekking back to civilization, after t Philippine, ; wr. TIr.n CONDITIONS: I what: above the seasonal! aver gl.C .
setting a good example to'nations anxiousto ; s. I KKNNKPYOfficer: : .
the most expensive journ,>1"tic flop in his ---- I .
acquire territory by any means. Pressure continues high over i in Charge *
While final separation is not to take I eastern districts Chariwton. S.I *,
C. 30.32 inches and has Subscribe to The Citizen-20e
place until 1945 and it may be necessaryto and''
throughout the West weekly. ::J
Men in the United States have boughton
intervene to preserve order the fact re- _. 1
the four-tenths of a suit of I '
mains that the United States has definitely
clothes year since 1929. Let us hope it I
renounced its colonial rights.
was the pants fraction.-Boston Evening CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
Let us hope that the commonwealthwill 1

Trar.';cript. not fall into more unfriendly hands in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

the future. KEY WEST ,
Because of the danger involved manya :.

parent forbids his son to play football, WE USUALLY MISS WHAT WE LOSE a. at the close! of basinets November 1, 193S -

others are indifferent; but never before Comptroller Call .

within this writer's knowledge, has a father The residents of the area about Cape RESOURCESI.oans n
brooded over his son's dismissal l froma Cod are up in arms over the removal of and Investments 304746.10

football America's oldest windmill Overdrafts .....___..._._ 89.14 .,..!
squad to the extent of shootingthe now being Furniture .
Banking House
coach and later attempting suicide. taken apart for shipment to Greenfield and Fixtures _-_ 33,920.76

News dispatches state that a Lake Charles village, on the edge of Detroit where Stock of th.. Federal Reserve -' 4SOO.00TemporAt'Y
Bank -- .1 f P
man dul that very thing.Representative Henry Ford has collected innumerable objects Federal Deposit -

of early American life. I Insurance Fund 1,954.01United
States Government -
J. Mark\ Wilcox is The owner, petitioned by townspeopleto Obligations direct .

quoted'in an Associated Press dispatchthat keep the mill where 'it was, declared I anteed and_...fully._ .--guar---5C02.788J3

thy present policy of the governmentof that for eight years he offered the mill to Other Marketable Bonds Cereals
SET of 4 4 4
16-PIECE consisting plates Cups
feeding the people of Key West will the town as a present and that the peoplenow I and Securities --- 178668.49 ,
Cash and due from-Banks 277,578.38 1059035.00
cost more than building the overseas protesting "wouldn't spend a thin I 8 4 Saucers while they last at per set $1.00

bridge*by which the people of this city dime when they had the opportunity." $1,404,245.01 ,

would become self-sustaining. The Citizen : Now that it is sold, "they suddenly want to I r LIABILITIES

has consistently maintainel "ight along I keep it." I' Capital i <- t I00.noo.0ft South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. o

that the restoration to acti.ity of the for- How like us all! We go through life Surplus and. Undivided.Profits 64,207.16

mer governmental units on this island and without appreciating what we have be- Deposits -- 1240037.85 .

the of the Overseas have something & PhciicEDS White and Eltza Streets
completion Highwayto cause, as a rule, we an eye on $1,404,245.01

the mainland would make: this community else. Then, one day, we find the old S
Member of Federal Reserve System "Your home is worthy of the best"PAm
.self-sustaining, and we have never possession missing and suddenly realize .
j ..t'L.r.o; ; Federal Deport i..*....ce Corporation I
dtered .our conclusions: how much it meant to us. & -. '. \;' f' / !I.P' II S oO 0. / 01 }

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/ by Jeanne Boamaa : I TOMORROW\ NIGHTBy -

-- If yea do eat racal!** year
SPORTS ) COLUMNa parr by 61 15 .*d ck i I. th*
new ea&t kfrttlf Aunt A'ttM Farntvortk Xltltn.far Checked her flight by a barrier ,..... ** fUrvcOB>> call tUpfceB ISIad
trout of a better wave 8k. tcunirt of hazel hashes, she pushed their ( FRED MATHJSWS) i I FOR a paper will Iao seat 10
d. tt not U. IfD.tn o/ ks late branches back with her hands and A big basketball game will be! SAUEj
Lt1k.and Lucfcufa Famttcortk.and I i year LOB. A ceasplaiBl toy
tkat **In* akt lean slipped through to a tiny dell, carpeted r played tomorrow 't
tan mart ot the
night at WASHING MACHINE. Good .. duty at this office free
eke 4 ./ ,, i a.t...... by short grass and cut through, j con-
rpaatamot" tafterit Mti laroo forSfce by a small stream which trickled High School Gymnasium between i I I dition. Reasonable. Apply 611 i iJ II IRIS to 715 p. es. for the
tase. U lithi ,roo.. a/ Union Totcn. telavrj ./ along over moss-grown rocks. t -- the Recreation and the Administration -i:J I Margaret Street. nov26-2|I pa rpei. of delivering compUIaU. .
.. --
aer urliikbnr mA dettrteti f>v II.. I' Help .* fivo 100percent
"relotivea' and fc. Anne sat down and stared before fives. J JI !JI you
Crocker, ler fta..,.e. *Bat a./011.no Rob- her In dismay. She who had thought I aaa.*aaaaaaaaaaaaa CHRYSANTHEMUMS at 1117 service by ealiag SI
ate,,._Asa. <<'it.\pnrrtf vb_kclpful aba It end.".htL.t f>i>.. herself cured of all lore, had repeated :: FIREMEN AND | SOCIAL LEAGUE LUNN PITCHING IN I Before the game a meeting of I!I I Stump Lane. nor23-2tx i if yea do not receive Tb Citiase. -

her mistake In a scant fortnight the four managers will be held! .
Could she depend upon her | BAKERS WON FT. LAUDERDALE and a regular schedule will be!I j.TYPEWRITING PAPER OOf
Chapter !S emotions? Perhaps she was merely ,I STANDINGBy adopted. I I I I. sheets; 75c. The Artman PrI rl'.I'.3.111".1'.1.1:
NEW fickle at heart spinning like a magnetic II n
FUTURE needle to the nearest point of LAST NIGHTr } The game tomorrow night will I I I GETS ALIMONY, THOUGH

"TOMORROW I sail."John said at attraction. I I JOVE "PRIDE OF KEY WEST" LOST be the first contest of the league: PRINTING-Quality Printing at! .

1 length. With characteristic honesty she r r ______ ( ) I: and on Friday night the second 1 1i i the Lowest Prices. The An-! LOGA. SP.ORg, Ind.-Stepben
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa CAME BUT MADE GOOD I Press. Frazier 90, of this ,
faced herself. She had been fascinated : man aUZ1SEC01''D city charged
And bow long will be game will be played between the
yon awayrAnne I j
by Rob Crocker. Her pride CAME, PLAY.OFFI i!1 Beginning of First Half \ that his wife married him for his
asked. I IMPRESSION t High School and Bakers. SHEETS-500 50eJ
had been satisfied by his obvious Club- W. L. Pct. I for Civil War pension and then treated -
CONTEST, FORFEITED BY Games will start at 8 I 1
p. m. The
Artman Press '
"About three months"'Tbat
preference for her when angT him
so many Bell Buoys' _On"_ 1 0 1.000 I sharp. cruelly Tie was jrrauted:

means you'll return early In EMBALMERS; UMP'S D.ICI-j: ,1 i Administration ___m__ 1 0 1.000BlackwelTs I a divorce but mus* pay $40 a
Stop-Orer 1 0 1.000, alimony.
." He was silent a moment L SION S!EN AS CAUSE High\I School ....----..... 0 1 .000 i iI I Arthur Luna the Pride of Key SCHEDULE FOR 1 1I I t i

''then he I i I Lighthouse ... .... 0 1 .500 the COTTAGETwo.bedrooms \\\\\\\'IIIII
turned to Anne
and lookedat --- i iI West and especially Lopez I modern convenient /l

while her Tm anxiously?","TouTl be careful a :, A+ 3 t law I (By JOVE) I I I I Transfer Wild Cats Corner. -.-...n.._m-.._. 0 0 1 1 .000.000 I I Funeral Home diamondball team REST OF \WEEK:|j; es 202, electric ice box. Reasonable 1 SPENDYOUR /

away r A doubleheader of diamondball I Fleming street, opposite I'I'I
| "Careful she repeated and < Z i lof this city, pitched for the Coast I|I Marine Hospital. nov26-3t ,
laaghed."Goodness.John,yon make t 4: outfit in (By JOVE) I II '|I UNFURNISHED
me think there are goblins 'bout to Guard the other night Ft.,' j HOUSE near, w
Sit me.*" 1 night. The Firemen and Bakerswon i, 1 j Tomorrow night there will bet I I I business section telephone .WVACATIDN

"There may be," he retorted I I LEAGUE CONTINUES I Lauderdale, and although he lost Community Singing at Bayview| 704-R. nov22-tf : THIS YEAR IN :
their the
games Park.
"Things hare been quiet lately because his 'game, 3 to 0, the followingis I!! G
there's been no fishing, but latter by forfeit. Thursday afternoon a football ;;LOWER FURNISHED APART! FLORIDA
did yon notice the water as we i .1 what a newspaper of that city game will be held at the park. In i! MENT-2 bed rooms conveniences i
crossed the channel? The season :1 i In the opennig contest, the, the night, boxing and wrestling: porches. 519 ElizabethStreet ;I HEAlTH'yJIII' \
opens soon and the fish are running I J I(I CHARGED AGAINST TRANS. I had to say about the contest: at the Navy: Field Arena, beginning .i I DOT 13 1 fprgcuf
in hordes. Fire laddies defeated th .Bar.B-Q
"Lunn touted softball pitcher at 8 o'clock.A I I
He picked up a flat round pebble fat FER CORNER OUTFITBy doubleheader of basketball FURNISHED APARTMENT ..III\\\\\
and + boys by the score of 5' to 4. from Key West, made his debut
skimmed It across the water. will be played at the High School I Modern conveniences, 628 "J.etteavRle'e la.laK fist,!"
watching It skip along as though It was a great game. The win- before the local fans last night, Gym Friday night. First game. White street, or call at Gaiti's THE SEMINOLE

in that life.were Anne the watched most Important him not thins realizing ": ners copped the tilt in the last inning ,( JOVE) in a Coast Guard uniform. Fastest Recreation and WP A.. Second ;l I Barber Shop nov2

the For the fourth time in game sees Lunn exhibit a game Bakers and High! School
tenderness in her smile. FURNISHED APARTMENT, with
She wanted to ruffle the glinting ); The Sandwich teams played its sion a shutout score has succeS-1 world of stuff. Game was playedin The first game will be the I]'I electric ice box. 1001 Eaton.phone 1

strands of his hair to amooth the k j. R 4 1ke best game since being organized. corded in the Social League since i 51 minutes. He will be heard opening of the Winter Basketball|i 870-J. nov9-lmox!! cora
opened collar of his shirt. I I. League and will start at 7:30 h 4st
I Jones the leader at bat play began last week. I of in remiamng McNeece|, ref I
"Yon know you're very precious tome I was '' games. i o'clock.: 1 i NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT COl s f
Nltrti." he said as the rock t with two singles in three times I Although no game was played pitched for the Hector's SupplyCo. ] \ ;
dropped with a plop."I I yesterday afternoon the High I'I'I I' i........................ :j with garage. Apply 827 !
up. Brady walked once and sin- I and allowed seven hits and I' Duval street octl9: !

"Going. why. thank I yon." I gled in two chances. I School ten automatically won Lunn allowed eight. McNeece I Today's :!
away had to tell yon. You "" 1
I struck: out five and Lunn four. HoroscopeI BICYCLES r t
from the Transfer Corner outfit I
might not be here when I back In the field, Villareal, Stanley '
get 'I I McNeece walked three and Lunn ......... I
You're the one I told yon about that and Griffin for the pork and ham by a 9 to 0 score, caused by for- 'I I 'I. 'f JaekaaIH. FlarMa
day I came back from Crescent City I! feiting the two. The runs were scored on a This day gives a nature that i isj t.{! BICYCLES-WE RENT by the CRAS. ... GK1XER.: Maaafn-
I'fe known it since the first moment boys and L. Castro. :Molina and game. walk, a single an error and thenan affectionate and a mixture of the i Hour, Day or Week. Repair A human hontilka inttltntlon
I saw you. Ill never forget that.I Brady for the flame fighters were At 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon outfield fly scored the first I demonstrative and the cautious.It .I I I all makes and paint them with'' where roe will find yvav ......_....
I e.rtrt and eatertalrreat a toe
NIkkl. that football dance. I was, zw outstanding.Score game time, the Transfer run; another single! and another may even appear secretive until Nn-EnameL We carry a full! t.,r of great Importance.
feeling pretty good bad some fine I boys were nowhere in sight and fly scored the third run" the mind is fully made np.1]j,, supply of parts. Agent for the ; -a-
luck on the field that afternoon and :' e Bar-B-Q by....innings 010 003 (0)-R.1 H.G E.1 abiding by the rules, the game I Score by innings of the game There is considerable daring and i'I{! Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I I A .teN la tae ttner..t lest ..r.n.the. .city/eeatH
folks were treating me grand. I Islagged was declared forfeited to the in which Lunn hurled follows: perhaI s a love of the contentious.}'j! And sell them as low as $5.00 j -0----
it to the I Firemen ____ 201 002 x-5 5 Oj ABC team. I I I I Every Room with Combination TV*
dance. Just as always I Hector's 300 000 000.-3 8 0 When the nature is fully apprehended : down and $1.00 per week.;and I Shower Radio Blear
Bath ,
did because.I could never find II' :! Batteries: Tynes and Woodsoni;I The schedule calls for the Administration I Guards .. 000 000 000-0 7 2 it will !be found to be well !j i Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.{1 I I Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer

a girl to suit me. _y..,.. 'xi a J. Walker, L. Castro and Her ten to play the StopOver Batteries: McNeece and Oliver;. worthy of regard.: I: novlS-tf I I Ventilation ComfortaUo Beds wltk
"": ,, .' :> Y'IE' nandez. I VattreMea of Inner Contraction -
J -: ; ,:%. outfit today and the Lighthouse A. Lunn and Taylor. J II I and Individual Rca4

-r\DKE LANSING and I were i "J a; ;' crew and Wild Cats to meet ------- HO! HUM! I MALE HELP WANTED I luff Lampe.
*-' standing In the door, when yon 2FJ r)4) I Iit. In the second game the Bakers I tomorrow afternoon. I be declared winner of the second I RATE
came In. You were looking very and Embalmers played off the iaMTA
The scheduled Thurs- __
for Private Bath
(Ji. game ROUND GROVE 111.-After EARN STEADY INCOME selling -- fs.8e
serious. I liked that. 1 was tired of rff ;; tie that existed between them I half.Batteries. BO RPrI..t.. Bath _____ U*
giggles You came on up the steps. } .t ,Vl'.. : Q"i 1: '1.:11 and the winner will the Fire day has been postponed on account L. Castro and Her yawning for 13 days :Mrs. HaroldMcKee new starchless collar shirts. Exceptional -,4* a__., Private Bath __.,. ***
: ffr "'.'S' & play I 'of football that will nandez for the Fire and ... ..__ _.
you remember that short flight and ,ff 'fu < a game I fighters I of this city gave a big"hohum" values bring quick ROOM. Private Bath .S-Sa
then you smiled at Duke. It.was like J( 1l .rk. (( men tonight. / be played! that afternoon. The Ward and M. Acevedo for the and stopped just as sales. Supreme :Fabrics' Co.,!10 Saaple Reema, Private Bath *..
The Lopeztea scored four runsin UGHT INCREASE: FOR DOCBUI
the sun rising. >' D .,.:: : 'contest;-will be held on Friday. ,I I Bread makers. suddenly as she began. .j t I Orlando, Fla. nov26-ltxj j I OCCVPAHCT
the first frame. The '
"There you were, everything I'd R J >o .. On Saturday the regular Friday I
m' ..
: ; .J1 toys put over one in the second --- -- --- -----
dreamed about in .
one girL And Duke afternoon game will be played.
.. and added two more in the third I'
knew yon. He Introduced us. and I. : Saturday's game will be held on
wangled the dance for me. forced j< 'V canto. Monday.
your escort to give it up. I won that In the sixth inning, they scored -.
dance and those three encores with one more run and knotted the

my touchdown that afternoon. I'd t., .t:. count. DIAMOND BALL I
hare made a dozen. NIkkl. if rd i": ; ;r ,'0",:;cT Ward of the Bakers, first man FIRMS
thought there was such a prize wait ,. ;' .
;: up in the eighth frame doubledto
I center. Bethel struck out. M.I i
"After I'd given back to I
you that
Acevedo( hit to third, who !
chap who brought I sailed
yon. over
to Duke to ask who you were,where "Annep John said."It's you I love first. The umpire declaredthe \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
I could meet you. Oh. I remembered runner safe. Baker, of the! By JOVE) \ I
your name all right. I lust hadn'tassociated other girls and women were biddingfor Embalmers, did not like the verdict -' The Firemen trill cross bats

it with the ds:"ries Bat his favor. And she had wanteda rendered by the nmp and I with the Bakers tonight at Bay-
when Lansing said you were LukeFarnsworth's home of her own,a place she might walked off the! field. The game|! view Park.
tend with her own hands. then 'forfeited the Dough I The team that vici
daughter that finished was to comes out -
It" Her emotional nature unstirred boys. 1 torious in the game tonight willThousands Star American Coffee ROSES

"But whys by the passing flirtations at school JOHN. PARK TIFT'S
"Nikki. don't you see the'dlffer- and abroad, had responded to the ------- NOW OFFERED IN

ence It made me a fisherman and clever touch of the man of the world. THREE GRADES:
your father the cannery owner? Oh.I But now she knew the difference. x 328 SIMONTON ST. FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY

know this is America and there is "Xlkki! John was calling."\ikk1. \\ STAR, lb, 25c SPECIALTY

only democracy and the char where are YOUr fO1t.. 1101 Diviuon Street
woman's She heard footsteps on the other \ LARGO, 'lIb.. 1&
daughter marries the mgr
side of the thicket, then the branches t
chant prince in stories. Y. 8 S., lb,15c PLANTS aDd VINES
parted and John stepped through PHONE 29
Anne looked at him in growing : ust \, t
wonder. She was the girl who gave strode across the grass and gatheredher ROASTED IN KEY WEST

life a meaning to him. And she'd Into his arms. I"S"0)1"1 SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
never suspected It. But hadn't she? "Nikki.forgive my blundering way: \) DURO PUMPS )'-
Hadn't she known that that peculiar of saying things. Ton didn't under \\ Groceries
stand. dear. It's you I love you'reworth PLUMBING SUPPLIES
magnetic attraction he had for hercouldn't STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
all the names In the world.
have existed unless it was Complete Line Fresh
mutual? "But yon were right Anne didn't 512 Green; Street <

"And now?" The words left her fight against the blissful comfort of 'PAY NEXT PHONE 348 Phone 256, ,PHONE 597 Fnub aDd Yegetablta
his "I don't know** EL s
lips of their own volition. arms. ...
"Nowr he looked at her. "Now "Let me finish what I was goingto
I'm lust where 1 when say. You don't know that you'renot J "
was yon !
lumped from the Alit! that day. I Anne Farnsworth.Yon have only. SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

couldn't Tom Farley's word for It. If I dared INS U RAN C E
my eyes when I saw Jewfub, 2 lb.. 35eYellowtail
it and that I'd been think he was right that you were THE KEY
was you privileged \\VEST
to hold you in my arms for Just KikVi. I could tell yon all rye ( \V\111G! Steak, 2 Ibe. 35e
that brief moment. wanted to tell you" USE dr 1"S\ Yellowtail oa Bo.. Z Ik. 25c Office: 3tlDuTai Street A7-

"Then John-" "Bat. John he is right. I know. Grouper, Z IL.. 2Sc
"I'm still afraid. NIkkL Yondon't Judge Kellogg knows. Do you think e SUNDAY STAR

know yet who you are. Nikkl!" the Judge would l let them do what Ift'q Sapper, 2 lha. ZSc TELEPHONE
he cried for Anne had Jumped to they've done If he wasn't sure?John Af.ttoa Ft.h 2 hI. !fie NO.1
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her feet and after one quick Intake I am just NikkL"The
of her breath, had fled Into the abel.ter pathetic loneliness In her dark FRESH SHRIMP Try Year Mao. AI
of the woods. eyes broke down Nenmaa'a last re \StMAS1 Large Select Oysters Key W es t'I y Sunday -mE-

serve. "And does a name mean so USE ME t f'\\\\ Fresh Crab! Mt i. It.> cam SSe Paper Ddmunlcu Ratamant

blindly,cut to the quick much to :yonT""It FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER ALLEN
RUNNING Interpretation of John's means belonging to someone," I ; Busineu Office Citizen ......- Bar _.__. lie

words. Anne carried with her two she answered. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building 51. Co.,.. Di..n. ._..
astounding facts. She loved John tCopyrigbt,1315. by Jttnnt Berman) I COMPANY
Neuman. She never had loved Rob PHONE 151 PHONE 51 .---- SOc. Tie, .&4 s.5.
Crocker Their leavetakmg, t--....... I. :Jl. I
beta Md and happy.

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........................ mimic NEW 1t.M S\ I AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation ia Wrap. PRITCHARD
i jected as of European USE UlEt 53G Fleming Street

Today In History j I holidays. I peel in ..,ery package JENNIE B DE BOER

.aa..................... 1833-First; issue of Chicago's of new General Yon can save as much as 94O of

1783 9th Continental first the Electric: Refrigerators are tothisfalland winter with newGeneral
-- Con- newspaper Chicago
placing old wasteful method Electric: Refrigerator I r Way PRINTING DIp1fW. 3.tMtJc -
great met tt Annapolis!!, Md.-for Democrat.: of refrigeration this fall. ia your kitchen now Doeta.

safety's sake, as there was mutinous On one aag ol.'::-FrldaV." Enjoy the matchless convenience Q DONE BY US c-rtee7
1876 First A
-- "long distance' November 1. 193S more thai t
talk the : of your new G-E attn NOTARY PUBLIC
am !:g disbanding telephone conversation Bostonto one mi/'MMi doUmn'tforlticfttcm 1 I
General Electric R fer. er* A dawn low i JEWELE1t LICENSED EMBALMER
colliers: of the Resolution. payment a* a
Salem, Mass. -or. ".rcaa..* i.. AaaorJcaf: ; -THEARTMAN .
$2.00 will put ore !ia year t AND ENGRAVER

home. .. .. -
195-German: See mm For Your Nest Work PRESS
1.8First Th"nkgring: Dayas Reichstag ratifies

officially proclaimed by Presi- peace Locarno to Europe.Pact, guaranteeing The Key West Electric Co. I ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen BI4. LADY ATTENDANT

dent Washington-Congress direct Hnl 8 toOpel lZ-J t. 0 Citizen Office

d Preside:!t and he so proclaimed 1934-Irish Free State's unemployed GENERAL ELECTRIC Saturday Nights PHONE 51 PIteao &IS Nnw sa...

although there were !begin receiving free ..: I

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HELD I PARTY LEFT TODAYYacht Judge J. E. Mention of this city

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II I I i double parking charge and Tned
Mrs. CantreU And Good ProgramAt
PRACTICE FOR EVENT TOOK Alva, with owner. Win.i' himself $1, the minimum penalty.
Daughter ArriveMrs. Raul'' Club '
THURSDAY NOVEM- PLACE AT COLONIAL I K. Vanderbilt, Jr., and party,
pany at. the Porter Dock company
left this
A. B. Cantrell and daughter A good program has been arranged BER 28 HOTEL LAST NIGHT morning Tortugas.i and sailed 8:30 o'clock this

Miss Patricia of Charleston for presentation tomorrow where host 'and guests will spend' morning for Port Arthur Texas.

West Virginia arrived over the night at Raul's Thanksgiving Eve I i! a few days fishing. The Alva isj i

highway Sunday to spend a while Today the Red Cross roll call' it fl. ft'1 I expected to return to Key West
Dance which starts at 10 o'clock. < i 1 sa Another rehearsal of the chorus!I j
wish, her sistee-in-law Mrs. John t list is a long ways from the quota l'a' } of the Pirates of Penzance which within a few days. : PERMANENT WAVING
'W. Roberts of 914 Eaton street. Heading the list on the programis I WAVES .
of 400 set when the drive started -I wlil be :I Steamship Alabama of the mUm.m.- $iSO and .p
presented in the
Before marriage Mrs. Cantrell Mrs. Eva Moore noted opera Armistice November 11, open '! SPECIAL Shampoo Wave andI
Day Texas
Oil in'
was Miss Barbara Roberts daughter singer who is spending a stay in 1 I next February for the second con- Company arrived i

of Mrs C. H. J. Roberts of Key West with her brotherinlawand and intensive activity must be, T. secutive year was held last nightin port 5:30 o'clock yesterday aftre-:|I brow.-----------------S

this city. sister. Dr. and Mrs. De Poo.I I put forth if the quota is to be the main dining room of the : noon, discharged 26,000 barrels! )j, KITTY SANCHEZ

Mrs. Moore is leading lady in one I reached by the afternoon of 9' 0 Colonial HoteLIndications of oil into the tanks of the coma!, 219 Simonton Street

AnnouncementOf of the best known opera organ-)'Thank."giving. November 28, day that interest in the i ........................ .
izations in New York. She will I after tomorrow.
j forthcoming production is increasing -: Bermuda Meat MarketFOR -
Engagement sing selections from the "Piratesof i| It is urgently requested that were e/ident at lastnight's i iPEA1"UT MONROE THEATER
other famous Westers and all others interested
Penzance" and i Key -
meeting for consider-:
Announcement of the engage- operas. I'I in keeping: the chapter in ably larger nnmber of a FED TURKEYS-Melt Katherine Hepburn and Fred

ment of Miss Helen Louise Cavi- I Mrs. De Poo will also appear on Key West, show their interest by was on hand for the second persons rehearsal -: in your mouthHENS McMurray in

ness to John V. Archer has been I the program and sing three numbers enrolling at cr>ce. w a Bw,r -Young and Tender I' ALICE ADAMS

made by Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cavi- i "The Peanut Vendor", A Red Cross worker may not AH persons who were in the, FRYERS-Nice and Plump
ness of Miami but formerly of "Green Eyes" and another popular reach aU of those in the district J Phone 52 Free Delivery : Balcony, tOe; Orchestra -

this city. Mr. Archer is the son Spanish song. assigned but those who are interested cast last in year sinking, and any and others partici-interested ........................ 15-20c Nigfctr 1S-25cFAUSTO'S

of Mrs. Laura J. Archer 425 Dell Woods' Orchestra has sev- may call at the corner of, Pictures, such as this one, are not difficult to make so let your camera pating in the prcduction are be- -- --- -- --
Francis street and representativehere eral new Broadway hits to intro- Fleming and J Duval streets and you with "Memory Insurance. ing urged to attend the rehearsal -

of Standard Brands Inc. duce tomorrow night. leave enrollment there or col- DO YOU remember 'way back room to be pictured. To begin with,

Both are graduates of Key tact any of the workers whose when grandmother's "parlor"was never point your camera directly at For the present, rehearsals will

West High School Mr. Archer is They are also talented musicians. names were published in Thi furnished with the very latest the window or door through which be held only once a week but later CASH GROCERYPacker

a member of the class of '29 and The wedding will take place in Citizen of November 9. horse-hair furniture, the lovely the greatest amount of light is com- as time for the production approaches -

Miss Caviness of the class of '33.BROWNE'S :the near future, it is stated.eeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. round"center table"with its marble ing. Keep the light behind or"to the more rehearsals prob-

HYGIENE CLASS top, the huge portraits with their side of the camera. If, as sometimes ably will be _held.QUEERLOVE., ) and Virginia Streets (Old Location). Phone 4'
happens, a sunny window is in a
.......,................ deep, heavy gilded frames and the particular part of the house yon
always present "what-not" with its =THIS! Thanksgiving Specials!
want to +ake, you can eliminate
PICTURE PERSONAL MENTION BEING-FORMED assorted display of "bric-a-brac?
sun-glare by a very simple trick.Pull JMasZ FRUITS CRYSTALIZED FRUIT
I Wouldn't you like to_have a pictureof SALEM, Frank York of
ADORNS STATE HALL the shade of that particular window
..................e..... it to help recall fond memories of clear down and it down this city testiffc&jfo his divorce, Crapes Bananas Cherries Pineapple
....................... days gone by! keep for suit that his *JJxpressed her Northern Pears Ginger Orange Peel
Judge Jefferson B. Browne; TRAINING, GIVEN: UNDER DIRECTION an exposure long enough to give you Delicious
Believe it not but it will not be love by throwing clocks ham-' ApplesWinesap Lemon Peel Citron
Bound copies of the Journal of left yesterday for Miami wherehe or the other features and details.Then, i
the r '' OF KEY WEST until will be tryingto mers etc., and lulled his rival as and Banana 'Apples Currants Raisin
regular session of the Senateof will remain for several days on many years you close the shutter and run the shadeup 'I
Florida have been distributed business matters. ADMINISTRATIONAnother picture in your mind some! of the to its normal position. Now, go a witness. Thor rival had two Tangerines GrapefraitOranges Dates

,Tn'Key West .from the Secretary'sof furniture and furnishings you had i back to the camera and, without black eyes and a broken nose, al- Lemons

the State office. It was at Mrs. 'Freda Hiley. and sister, in your home when you were a child' changing the film or the camera'sposition so. Pineapples CranberryVEGETABLES DRIED FRUITS

:that session that portraits of the or perhaps when you were first mar open the shutter again fora Prunes Peaches
Mrs. Harry B. Peacock, and
class of training in ried. Interior snapshots will half second longer. Pears
past presidents of the Senate were serve as Apricots
daughter Isabelle and their
:unveiled. Upon the unveiling of home hygiene and nursing for "memory insurance." It's a good idea to use a very small KEY WEST Lettuce Celery Nectarines
uncle Eugene ; were arrivals I
Jndge Bnrvne's portrait, which last white persons is being formed Don't put off taking these picturesany lens stop in taking indoor pictures Cauliflower String Beans
'was painted by Mr. Frank Town- over highway eve-; Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, direc- longer for making them is not at because you want detaiL Focus on a COLONIAL HOTEL Radish Cucumber CUBAN JELLIES
ning from Miami to spend Thanksgiving -
: tor of relief here announced this all difficult; in fact you will enjoy it point about half-way between the
in Key West with relatives morning.One Here are a few pointers that may camera and the far side of the room; I In the Center of the Business Sweet Peppers Boxed Guava Past

Court of and friends. class training period has help you in making your first shots. then,when the lens is stopped down and Theater District Carrots BeetsTurnips Napolitaneos
Florida, sketch of I
rave a
been Mrs. If take interior you will find that practically Cabbage Mango Past
I just brought to a close you your picturesin every
:Judge Browne as follows: Juan Soriano left over the II is in Egg Plant Cuban Preserves of all kind's'
thing sharp focus.
j I Johnson said, and the new class the daytime the chances are that I First Class-Fireproof-
"Mr. Browne sened the State t highway this morning for a busi-!|will meet Mondays and Fridays atM you will have to take a time exposure Avoid including large pieces of Sensible Rates Red Skis New Potatoes Shelled Walnuts, Pecans,

:s Chairman of the Railroad'! ness visit in Tampa accompanied'| the :Florida ERA clinic on Uaited unless your camera is equipped wiyj, furniture in the foreground lest they Sweet Potatoes Almonds and Brazil Nuts

Commission' from 1903 to 1907 by his uncle. Jose Martinez, who'' street. The class will be held at a very fast lens, say A3.5 or faster. take up more space in:the picture Garage Elevator
was Presidential Elector in 1912.j will spend his time visiting relatives. 2 P. }I. If a time exposure is necessary yon than they deserve. ALL KINDS FANCY BOXED CAKE AND

and President of the Electoral I'I' "We are especially anxious for will have to use a tripod or else place Exposure time will vary,of course; Popular Price* CANDY-FRUIT CAKES-ALL SIZES
;College in 1913 when Woodrow} mothersof the camera on some solid support with the brilliance of the daylight
I young women young .
Wilson was elected President of George Schutt, manager of the families to attend this class." such as a table. Even with an /.3.5 and the degree to which the-.walls
the United States. Mr. Browne Long Key Fishing Camp up to the Mrs. Johnson said "as they will lens yon should have some substantial reflect light On a bright day, pictures ----

became a member of the Supreme time of its destruction by the find the material Caught there especially support for your camera for you in a predominantiylight'colt .
Court in 1917 and was its Chief hurricane in September arrived will probably find it necessary to ored room can be taken:with aa ex:
and useful in ,
Justice until 1923. He resignedin by plane this morning and will their practical homes." take your shot at 1/5 or 1/10 of a posure of five or ten seconds.On'doli \ An Index ToR I

June. 1925, to become Judge; take over the management of own second, and at speeds slower than days,in dark rooms having only'onfrwindow : :
of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit 'I 1/25 of a second it is extremely difficult you will need as much'as
Boca Chica Fishing Camp now,DEMOLAYS to hold the camera steady.Any five minutes,with the lens at 1.16. : J.
which position he now ably under course of.construction.!. I ICommodore' TO -
movement of the will "Memory Insurance" costs but.little I
He ; .camera causea R
occupies. is a member of the RELIABLE
blurred picture. ; so load your camera today for; L :
Congregation Church Past Exalt Frederick )
Wagner I MEET TONIGHT The secret, of success in indoor interior pictures that mister years :
ed Ruler of the Benevolent and
who spends his winters his
on pictures lies in controlling the light will be worth a lot. i F I
Protective Order of Elks< and yacht in Key West ;waters; ,arrived ''
i reaching.the various parts of the JOHN VAN GUILDER
a Thirty-Second Degree .isl by plane this morning for a : >.. .-.- .
and a Knight Templar. brief stay and will return to Mi- r Robert J. Perry Chapter Order: -- ---- -- .. ". ; FIRMSFOLLOW

"As a lawyer, statesman and ami this afternoon. of DeMolay will hold an important ,from New York who" wiSf; spendthe
jurist Judge Browne has served meeting tonight at 8:30; KEY WEST GROUPRETURNSTO rei..ti
wirier with s.., Mrs.: ,
the State welL Liberal in 1 'his Mfeynard Baker, employe of the o'clock in ,Scottish Rite Hall corner f
views, prudent in the exercise of Florida East Coast Railway who Eaton and Simonton streets. CITY Luff was before marriage Mis':

power learned in discourses considerate was filling a special assignmentfor Plans for future activity of the Catherine: Baldwin.

and gracious in his social the company in Miami arrived (organization; will be_made at this -

contacts courteous and dig- by plane this..morning.IMPRovEMEN. :session, it is stated. }Irs. George Peacon Mrs checks

nified in manner truthful, mag- Charles Aguero and Mrs. Angela: COLDS THE ARROWAnd !
nanimous and faithful in his business CARD OF THANKS Vaughan, who motored last weekto 666 6 6 6 and

relations he is a veritable S AT I Miami for a vacation of several FEVERfirst
Most thank
exemplar of that type of Florida sincerely we our days returned yesterday aft.
citizen which our institutions. many friends who at the time of day

founded in a lofty conception of BROADWAYSTANDI our great loss the sudden deathof ernoon.They were accompanied by Mrs. Salve Liquid- N.TsUets..Ore,< HEADACHES in 30 minutes --- You Will Find In This
official! integrity, governmental I our beloved one, Mrs. Julia John Luff and daughter Joan
economy and the public trust nature ::: Sweeting did so n\uch to alleviate
of public office are supposed Extensive improvements have our sorrow. To those who gave 1 SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT I Stores Which Aim
just been made to the ; Directory
to produce. The product of Broadway t|the use of their cars, the donors I PALACEAlice -on- ,
Market corner Duval and
an educational system which puta Angelastreets of the beautiful floral tributes WAVES

premium upon individual effort, this modern, and meat an invitation market has to been'visit!I'I cards: /,telegrams. and expressions I Mbntgomery Brady and Douglass in I fwo Permanents $5.00\ \ To Serve and Please You. They

hard work and studious habits; a ;i o; ympathy we extend ourhVartfeVthanks' for 3

system' which though it may have .extended A combination by the meat management.display cab-" : LADY TUBBS I Better Waves $5.00 and up ..-
produced liberal views concerning nov26ltTHE FAMILY.A Two Comedies Invite You To Visit Them!
old conventions did not mis-I inet and electric refrigerator has Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c MILLER{
been installed and is the| latest I j I 407 South Street Phone.574-. I
take superficial building upon I i and most modern type'available.The politic jw| experiences an extremely It\\
theoretical models, shambling uh'pleasant' task in tryingto --- ,
market is
nndef I
arranged the
awkardness ---- ---- -
and pseudo religious strictest sanitary conditions. kee;31)i) gar Ito the ground, -------
affiliations as cultural attain- In i 1. being'trampled all over by voters.
to fine line of
meats Mr. Martinez offers his I"
"He is a conservative in polit- customers live and dressed poultry r I 1.i 1.

ical views and believes that tha and a complete assortment of THANKSGIVING EVE PLACE SWEETING'S SERV. STA. GOODYEAR SHOE SHOPH.

Constitution is not an antiquated fresh fruist and vegetables. Dave At Petroaia Street Paint Jobs That Hold Up Diamandi, Prop. >
instrument serving only the pur- DANCETomorrow
of and ill [ Package) Liquors of All Kinds Expert Starter and Gen. Service Old Shoe Made As Good ,As N*w
poses a forgotten era and stripes! of our flag:, the I '
symbol -
adapted to the needs of a so- of i 10 Till ? Beer and Wine Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service 612 Duval Street
government dedicated to
called complex industrial social a righteous purpose and maintained I I RAUL'S CLUB USE ICEi r ri I'
system. Like others of his political
in the cause of humanity and Del Woods OrcLe.NaturaDr. PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ FISHDEMERITT BAKERIESMALONEY
school, he believes that the the glorification of God." I l i

Constitution is a vital document ITS PURER!
sufficiently capable of guardingthe -- STUDIO BROS. FISH & PEACOCK

rights of a liberty loving pea 0 9GJpOlM 4 .. LASTS LONGER! You'll Like The Prints W. Make COMPANY Bakers of Baker Boy Bread

ple and of protecting them from v o Photo Eaglargiag A Specialty Specializing ia Fresh Fisn Cakes and Pastries
the cancerous growth of privilegeand
statute L1I ICE REFRIGERATORS 606 Duval Street Foot of Front Street Phone 818 812 Fleming St.
protecting special in-
FD nY; '. Phone 44 Free Delivery
terests. lie believes that the observance Made of all metal
and of the Constitutional provisions TO OUR 'ter Jffeddbq I ped with WATER COOLERS L t t PLUMBINGTHOMPSON I PRESSING -
study of them will: I Ls COFFEE
renew the patriotism of one faltering r '
will increase the brilliancyand : They're Economical PLUMBING I FERNANDEZ & J

enliven the colors of the stars 100 Per Cent Refrigeration COMPANY i TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLSAsk GONZAHEZ".

Satisfaction "Get Our Prices First" Your Grocer For I Dry Cleaning-Prlasf/g

"V ERY soon each of our %' I in 1 Sheet Metal Work, Dayton Pumps 17 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE First Class Alterations '

FLYwith I friends will be receiving in at 132 Simonton S'PLo... 536 Half Pound Pkgs. SOc I 928 Division SL.-: 0

the- I invitation to our Wedding-,and i

PAN AMERICAN PLANENo I we want K to be the best looking invitation we can get," $30 and $35 I CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE CLUBSFor iI I DRUGS

Change In Rates I
Make Reservations by Phone,, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the -
Emflio Prop.
Telephone 620 I very finest; and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our ,
Suits Cleaned and Pressed 25c Green St. Opp. Western Union i PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Regular Planes, Miami-Key
remarkable line: of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations ICE CO.
West Airways, Inc. 1 Day Service-Next Cuban Club. Yon Are Welcome i Pnone 379 1000 Duval Street
and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 93J.
SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday -INC.-

Phone No. 8Il
Leave Key West 4 p. m., Arrive CITIZEN BUILDING yon are looking for POULTRYvisit

Miami 5:20 p. m. or callFulford'

FastComfortabl..Saf.L .
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at.a load *
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Phone 8oO I Deliver .

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