The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
October 24, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

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Auoclated' Service.Press Day Wire ;be !{ W. ([tttcn' most Key West equable Florida weather has in the the

For 55 Years Devoted to the fA' country: with an average

Best Interests of Key West range only 14 Fahrenheit i



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Capitol Insiders See BELIEVES MANY I NEW WPA\ PROJECTS,!t I GROUP I;Project Given Final Approval


Many Complications In U. S. BE QUESTIONED TWO OF THREE WHICH WILL I I Comptroller Of Currency

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Neutrality Program On WarsMany ATTORNEY GENERAL REFERSTO WESTERSTwo WILLIAM R. I,: VI'"II'II'II'I.I Information Received By

__d_ __ ____ SPIDER HID IN SHOE
of the three projects which BITES WOMAN ON TOE

Provisions Embodied STATE" liBRARY 1 LEGISLATURE i ifly were approved early this week by EN ROUTE tor Of Key West Admin

Bring About Discussion FURNISHES MUCH I \VPA officials will get under way I EUSTIS(Itr Awwtafrrf Fla.. Oct.Press 24.- istrator

I Monday, it was announced todayat Mr*. Dale Tryree put her
AoMM-lalrd Press Bridges to
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Officials In the district WPA headquarters. foot into her shoe and felt a
in the \
DATAKEQUESTEDCLAIMED 2-1'1 Beautification of Fort Taylor, and funds with nip on her toe.
WashingtonBy -Attorney General Cary D. the ',them She discovered it was a J. R. McCarl general
employing 32 men, is one of is the 1
dis today said he believed all nar-I I' 1 black widow spider that bit
to start Monday, and who will be in
two projects of
ccmptroller the
row-range population bills passed j i / week to her. A physician was sum currencyat
the other is that providing for col. I
HERBERT by the legislature would be held) ;I cials. moned. Mrs. Tryree is recovering > Washington today gave
PLUMMER UPON BY MANY AS BEING 'lection and disposal of garbage Wm. K. from the spiders
/liy AMM riard I'r...) unconstitutional if attacked in the!;
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. Al- RESEARCH INFORMATION and trash. the First bite.1'.I'I".I'.JrI'P. his approval of the sewerage
courts. i I I I
The third project, that of the by plane this I
project in Key West. This
lIe referred particularly, he- ;
though President Roosevelt's BUREAU sewing room, will start November There he will I J 1
said, to bills passed as laws of. 1I I
gressman :
three-point neutrality program has 4, it was baid. Fifty-nine of the!,; I was received by
general nature but limited in- W. 11. !
I i'i'I
given the country official assurance (Hr A......'.... Press) I ITALLAIIASSEE 'I specific application to "all counties -: 61 employes provided for in this :I Monroe I M. E Gilfond, director of
Fla.. Oct. 24. project will be women with two Eridaje: Di *
it has washed its hands oran having population between"two ) I I! I II FOR OBSERVANCE WPA projects in Key West
Librarian W. T. Cash today said i men employed, one as repair man : Judge II. II.
Florida's state library is not onlya I given figures which are such other the I I this morning.No .
foreign war, the problems I for sewing machines the as. I
book-lending agency, but it also I as to make the law patently ef-l They will !i OF ARMISTICE\ DAY
created 'b,. the gesture are a is a research information bureau. fective in only one county. i iI janitor. I at once, it is I other information was

If all his answers to persons: I I The opinion was given as the'I main there I' --
source of worry to insiders. seeking such information were i I I attorney general advised W. V.' TRAMMELL\ KEEPS i swer is given I FINAL DETAILS FOR COMING I ccntained in the telegram

Secretary Hull still stands on printed he :said they would fill a I I j Knott, state treasurer, that under, have it within I : I except the foregoing. When
boot of about 800 pages. I I existing authority the state boardof ther grant or I EVENT WERE COMPLETEDAT
his declaration that "our
While there are popular novels I' administration could credit it I II !; HIS OFFICE OPEN tion. ** j and in what manner funds
is to this out of i I i I MEETING -CONDUCTED:
keep country commisIsion Before j I
and current the to the St. Johns county
magazines on I
I Iportuni be allocated
for the will
war.** He repeats'it at every O P.I state library'shelves: a major I half of that county's sharer -- j i Mr. Porter j : YESTERDAYPlans project

ty.Broader. portion of the shelves are stacked of the gasoline tax allocated to I( WHILE SENATOR IS AWAY' was interested i I is a mutter of con

neutrality problems, with governmental bond retirements."It material, type I I being made tot,
are now : :
tions and documents on is my opinion he paid,I FROM CAPITAL HIS SECTARY | anything else jecture."Mr. ;.
observation Armistice
of N
however certain to arise should pUblica-I I r 1 Dajr.
the } conflict early' history. "that the said act of-192S (giving IS-IN CHARGE f flly Ahem- are of I I I vember 11, in,. Key"\\"e t,starting" Gilfond told-The Citi
lotto-Ethiopian spread; ? ;fIt The dire -
is "from this the county commission 'authority : I 10 o'clock in the
continuing -
are receiving anxious attention.It's silting of some 12,000 volumes i I I to apply for the gasoline tax I II ed for adjunct I well into the night. zen he, John A. C. Bogart
such statements as that made and that I is unconstitutional facilities in ; j I;
many more pamphletsand money) probably I The worked out
program was assistant H. S. the
by former Senator Allen of Kansas ( AKwM-iatrd tress) j
informational circulars, that I and would be so held in the the i ; through the cooperative effortsof
after an interview with Mussolini Cash said he finds the answers to i event the matter were presented I WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.-j the ; ; Arthur Sawyer Post 28, American WPA state engineer, and B.

in Rome, that II Duce apparently the thousaands of Florida research; I to the courts. However, the board While Senator Park Trammell! of!i; the county, I j Legion and the recreation de-
Curry Moreno district
believes European war inevitable problems presented to him for i!: of administration is protected in! Florida is away from Washington,!; matters. I ,: ; partment of the local WPA, operating -!
that alarms officials solution. i II I complying therewith until such in-I his office here is being kept open The trip of a recreational project. A supervisor of project plan

nere. I "Digging up" this information validity i is determined by a court| Washington is j full of activities is :
ty Secretary Joe Ferris Jr. : day promised. fling will leave by plane
What would happen, for example -, is a pleasure Cash said, "but I I of competent juri diction." ot.hers' volunteer ; J .
if Great Britain should be-I there's considerable more fun in In past legislative sessions. Senator Trammell, with of Key j Final details for the day were to be in Jackson-

come i involved in war with Italy) I| rescuing state documentthat I I many bills-not advertised. for! including Mrs. Trammell and Rep. ;; Inc.'j t completed yesterday afternoon ville Monday to confer with

If Britain Fights | would have gone to the rubbish I passage as local laws--have been and Mrs. Green of Florida are' DOMINGO i during: a conference between John I
The President's three-point program !"leap." One of these rescued I'I' enacted by the legislature under'I en route to the Philippine Islands I. I ) Delgado, captain of the Legion: E. A. Pynchon state WPA

: embargoes trade in arms and I documents is a handwritten Florida the designation of "general bills I to witness the inauguration of the J JIslands' I i i Drum and Bugle Corps, and Clem administrator on the sewer-
legislative journal for 1831- of local In these RE
ammunition with both Italy and I application. I Price of the recreation projects. I
Ethiopia further warns that I': 1836. which Cash said a collector the sponsor would figure out a new president, Manuel j I Events scheduled for the day include -i age proposition.With .
anti will be
( Quezon, on Nov. 16. They I
estimated to be at
of figures I
narrow-range population i a parade, aquatic meet,
Americans who travel on the ships: of the Philippine I Julius F. Stone, jr.,
a) these nations or do business;; $2,000. covering: the population only of /ment.guests govern FORMER I field meet, baseball game, boxing: I
their his own county and insert in the i j matches and the day's Mr. Gilfond spent a great
with them do so at own! I' KEY ,
risk. I WOULD REPLANT law a clause that it would apply ''ment to conclude with a entertain-I deal of his time in Washing.
in the counties of the LATEST ADVISORY t
Great Britain's trade with the population IN that night sponsored by the Le in
ton getting the project
United into the hundreds t givenThe gion.
States runs -
of millions of dollars an CRAWFISH HERE supreme court in recent I ADVISORY 2:30 P. :M.: The Domingo J. j I II Speakers are to appear in the I through and since that time
I months has held several such laws center of the tropical storm was I' I schools on tee Friday preceding I Ii
is far less-in the I
nually. Italy's I
Cuban consul he
has been
neighborhood of $65.000,000.In I to be unconstitutional. about 150 miles south of Grand I I i now consul at I I i Armistice Day and pastors oft thfe\ i planning to

the event. therefore Great CONSERVATION COMMISSIONER Cayman and about 200 miles I I various churches are being asked't have many matters in readiness !-
t northeast of Cape Gracias, Nicaragua ; 1 1I r Ilo arrange special' giiVtte* for I
Britain became involved in
war from 3 East l when the funds al
the United States would have to at 2 p. m., moving slowly American : Sunday Speakersfor I
southwestward and increasing in I the schools have net been announced located.
decide whether it would (rive up FOR ACTIVITIES I While Mr. \
Us! trading/ rights supposedly!! protected ON BOARD PLANE intensity. A steamship passed : his home he I as yet. I The sewerage project was
through:: the center at 6 a. m. I
under! international law or I I touch with

else protect American boats and I I \n7 ,\".!"" -td .lrcnMIAMI. .> degrees.barometer 26 29.17 minutes at latitude north and 17 i by reading ,)I P. & 0. EMPLOYES I I on a number of occasions the

American shippers.The Oct. 24. George ; responding !subject of discussion beet
t : Fla. INDICATIONS ARE THAT AT longitude 80 degrees, 40 minutes

question also would arise W. Davis, state conservation west and winds of pale force. Cau-I I friends. I LEAVE ON FLORIDA l I tween Mr. Gilfond and Mr.
as to how to distinguish! ; between commissioner, thinks some WPA LEAST 12 WILL LEAVE tion advised vessels in northwestern .
good.Chipped to a neutral state,, I and it
: money might well be spent to replant the Pynchon was highly
't i THIS AFTERNOONPlane Caribbean sea, especially COUNTY
for reshipment to a belligerent: crawfish: around Key West. area from Cape Gracias and Swan I II I GROUP GOES TO PORT EVERGLADES gratifying to the former
and goods shipped directly to a: '
J l Leaving: here for the island with Island to Jamaica. I I I
wamnjr:: nation. William L. Wilson. WPA research FOR DUTIES when the latter consentedto
Aa matter of fact this latter I I of the Miami-Key Wcstj I
consultant, Davis said he would ;:
I ADVISORY 9:30 A. I.-The / THERE act in the capacity of con-
problem already has assumed im- Airways arrived this morning from! I 4 I I
WPA in the work
i i try to interest disturbance, still of slight!
I Miami with 16 Those! tropical j I
ortance. The refusal of Austria' j passengers. culling engineer for the
carried with pro-
which could be on :
i to moderate intensity, is apparently II
last the
j County Leaving night
Hungary to join in sanctions i on the list were: 1 'I on
aiu' I I
state equipment.
] central between Jamaica and announced Florida of ject.
njramsi Italy with other membesso l Charles Johnston, El wood! I Il i :: Steamship was a group
I j Grand: Cayman and has moved month of employe of the P. and O. S. S.
Johnson. Edna Agee,: Grover McI -!
th Ix-ague of Nations opened i iII Every phase of the matter
slightly l southwest during the I ployes who I i who have received
path 'nr goods to flow from German -,I POSTPONE TERM 1 I Cown. Ella Anderson. :Stewart; I 1 i company orders
attended I : will be discussed in Jackson-
,Leonard. Berkowitz!!night It is by a considerable from the (' transferring them to Port
ports down through Austria t I)
into Italy.Secretary. "; Frank Mendoza Lydia Baker,! area of fresh to strong; 1 I count.I I Everglades. ville when Mr. Gilfond Mr.
OF COURT HERE Will] Baker, Raul Carbonell. Mas-j winds and squalls. Caution is advised I Checks will In the group were. Joseph

Hull CountersIn I ter D. Carbonell, John D. White.! smaller vessels in the north-j I morrow after : I' Saunders,. assistant agent, who Bogart and Mr. Moreno arrive

view of this situation, diplomat IYvonne! Rider. Ralph W. Rider j western Caribbean Sea. I fice, of Mr. will be in charge of the office; there Monday but noth-

here are asking: whether theIVrsiJcnt's I( The Key West fall term of ; and Logan "Ickson.I j I',.-- -- -------,- Miss Luke Johnson steD(gTapb -
intention is to bar all 1 United States District Court, i Indications are that there will. secretary to the agent; Merrill ing can actually be done until -
munitions trade with Germany in' scheduled to he opened on November Roberts and Glen wood Albany of
.. i be at least 12 passengers on the allocation of funds 1 ia an-
an art to shut off munitions! il 4, is to he adjourned until plane this afternoon for :Miami\ asi ; the export department.
:..-nts to Italy. Otherwise, January: 6. 1036. i there were that many booked- all' YOUREJNVITEDI' COME IN { Others who have left and are nounced and placed at the

,"in ,*!>k. how can ATnerica's neuai -I This announcement is being 2:30 o'clock. :i : Li L I Ii I now actively engaged.; are John disposal of the state and
,' stand be made effective! made pursuant to an order directed i Lowe, of the export department,
y.'aly Roper of the deaixn -t to C. Rodney Gwynn deputy i THE BIG | i i and Will Baez. who is assistant local administration.When .

., : "t of commerce stated at j, clerk by Judge Halsted L. :i IWO\ LICENSES i cashier of the Clyde-Mallory! Lines, this is done it will

'i. .' the President: announced'I flitter :Miami. 9 !I in which office the business of

n i i ,.!ity program that in his ,! 'beauty i j the P. and O. company is eon- be several months befor.
I [
'i >'n there! was nothing: in the GRAND HALLOWE'EN : DODGE j J !i!I ducted any actual work Is started,
American busi-( I i iI {
1 t" prevent i I 1!
I '
i of which be readily under-
n from continuing: to do i : can
", with Italians and Ethi-i j I BALLI I I Two marriage licenses were issued j |r stood by anyone familiar .

" i .-pt in war munitions. I Saturd.,., Oct. 2G:, 10 till 7 during the fast week from I >> rI '
: Pre-Showing Today and $Co.gfnm.S with large projects and the
< ''';41! \- Hull countered l both' HABANA-MADRID CLUB the office of Judge Hugh Gunn. :; I Ij I
iv. v. tthe, declaration: that 1 TWO GRAND PRIZES : Issuer' were made to: j I and k.44lr'e I amount of tools and material -

p- .-nt'.- warning on trade| Phone 220 For Reservations j Francisco M. Castillo and Cecilia NAVARRO I|! I WHISKIES AND GINS

"a intended to encourage.SCRIPT __ 'h ........... ..... $1.0(]I E. Whitehead; Morgan F. F1em-j necessarily available
,>ar...:ar sons! with belligerents." I Plant and Erin Holland. I I l I cost $150. l j I I (Ccfatinaed on Page Four)



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Ittp st Cttitn ALL FOR ALL 1 1..1 r chum, received a total of 1,113 I.......

; -- !t KEY WEST IN votes Of this number Mr. Bott Today'sAnniversaries
Published Dally Exempt SilTiJay By If there should develop a major obstacle WEATHER I PU UC NtMI\ sj0NfxED received 312 and Mr. Ketchum
in the of completing I
1_ P. AHTMA.N. P.ld..t, way a continuous 1..1
...._ Federal nappe.i. Here Just 10 Year I........................
JOB: ALLEN. Ammtmtmmt B. Xaaagcr Highway from Maine td' I i I The entertainment given last

.. From The Citizen Building Key West, it begins to certain that .... ........._........._......... I II Ago Today As Taken From i night by the Pythian Sisters was ,i 1784-MOSCK Moiitefiore. fan<> !'
Corner Greene And Ann Street. appear Lowest ..---.. _.. .. % 71; I ONsT S fi f The Files Of The Citizen I well attended. The rooms of the English Jewish philanthi"

I such an obstacle will be created out of a I Mean .-:- .- :::::::::: "- 80Normal I Cuban Club were decorated with I born. Died July %8. I*"*'..
West and MonroeCounty. I
Only Daily Newspaper Key :
lack of unity on the part of Key West citizens Mean -- 78 Miss Clarice Johnson, daughter I flags; and bunting and many beautiful -

who have a diversity of opinion as to i xnru; i 01 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson" and! !stands of flowers were seen. : 1788-Sarah J. B. Hale!
Entered at KelP West Florida as second dan matter
-- ----. I Yesterday's Precipitation .01 Ins. Emit Phillips, of New Orleans,, Miss Doris Camus won first prize I widow with five snail t'h 11.i 1-
just what form the bridges on the extreme I I
FIFTY-SIXTH TF5ARMmher Normal 1 Precipitation ... .20 Ins. I were married 8:30 o'clock last: for the best dressed woman and 'who turned to literature fl'1 i
.f the Amnoelmtr.* Pre.s end of that highway should take. _i hew "O"flOrtion. ..r... ..1-...... evening at the parsonage of the) Sam B. Curry the first for C'I i I livelihood and became a "> "
the Associated Pre. Is cxcInslTel: entitled to use I We are, for our life's sake, beseeching. I +t;a/,1s First Methodist church by Rev. L.J best dressed man. Miss Camus was I i!i i popular Maieaxwe editor and nri >
for r taa of all news dispatches creulted to fTr'o".o" Al I'r i Munro. :Mrs. Phillip is teaching'the a Spanish dancer and Mr. Curry!!i i er of bok. .born at New|purt. "
11 Jr Dot otherwise credited la this paper and al.oIhe the Government to supply the funds with Sun t '!
local new! published here. rtt4 ;' "liOt} '630; a. M sixth grade at the Division was a Spanish toreador. Mrs.-': H. DiM in Philadelphia. :V: '
which to give Key.West uninterrupted access Sun sets .1.. ........ ;5:52) p. m. Street school, and will continue! Maud Whittaker and Morris Chancellor -!! 36.) 1879.

'NATIONALASSOCIATION hlORlAl to the mainland, and to afford to :Moon rises no...-.....-.. ":55 a. m for the rest of the term. )Ir.'i' won prizes for being the.i i I i -

IlcA tourists and commerce' alike, an oppor- I Moon sets e., r._,.,_. 439 p. ra.Tomorrow's Iy'- Phillips is connected with the t I I most comically dressed. I 1948 ids Sartam not-
1933line. I Tides United States immigration serv- adeiyMa artist, engraver and) niaxine .,
HVHMR1PTION; : H4.TRSADVERTISING tunity to share in our. enjoyments and our :J .l\I.\ I'.M. i ice. They will be at home at 522 "Old Ironsides Week" campaign; 'I'I' psb isher. bent in ng.I'I

Tear. .-._._.. .. ... .. ._ _...._..___$10..0 : business.Let. High; .......,.?. .... 8:48& 8:27 Q t TH f t1NCIElyTl Simonton street. under the supervision of B. P. O. >ied Oct. 26. 187.
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Six Tare Months Months -- 280sae : us be broad-minded enough to Low....... .. ......... 2:17: 2:08 ,.' Elks was a big success according;I
Month ......_._........... ..._ .. .15 Barometer 8 CYCLOPS Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lynch and to W. L. Bates who has been 1825-Jefcn M. Drakl. no-,,
Weekly _............_...-.... '_"" .%0 concede that if the Government furnishesthe a. m. today: !!I About." ,
Sea level \v. B. Skelley, of Chicago, have handling the collections. Hicfcmonii.. newspaper I i'
29.96.WEATUEH .
RATE cash, we will allow it the privilege of I I arrived in Key West to remain indefinitely -I I I| $100 has been collected by teachers fisher, born in Stafford C I' \

Made known on application. expending it as it sees fit. Incidentally, They plan opening:1| in the public schools. The collections Died in RMviwowd. March 'J,
SPECIAL NOTICE FORECASTTill what is to be one of the most elaborately -'j from Convent of Mary 165.
that is what it will do; make no mistake f I
All reading notices, cards < obituary notices et the rat of 10 cents a line. ( 8 tI'. m., Friday* soda water dispensaries in southern in to Mr. Bates and several teachers 1830-Belvah A. Look;i---
Notices for entertainments by c. arches from which Being human enough to share in, and I Key West and Vicinity Partly Florida. To this end they in the schools have not reported. lawyer, among the ted rtemperance ,

a The revenue citizen Is to Is be an derived open forum are' .L;ats( Invite a line.discussion understand the common frailties of"our I cloudy tonight and Friday, poloI have leased one of the stores in i The Elks are planning to donate suffragist and ,,"
of pjblie Issues and subjects of local or general the La Concha hotel building.! The! the fund :Mr. Bates states movement of her day t>"iRo .,
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communication nature, we can readily perceive the fact I i.lL .... ordered from the John I the fund will over the top. '
*. : .: ,,' il ,: equipment go >aiton. N. Y. Died in V>
that each of us cherishes his own ideas 'I I .!h.Ilt ; S ". /Ir I Wannamaker company, is to cost I ington, May 19, 1917.
with a devotion not so easily given to the t/ ,.... I.' \ $25,000. The opening date will' WJiitford, chemical engineer,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST r r JI i:. je.L .tr- ,\ >' 'J oe announced later representing a cement manufac-I 1851H..aee Tl.u. ;L
ideas others. / L '- \ I turing company arrived in Key Irish statesman, born. Du.tL!
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN We might as well recognize that all ;: 1 ;: "'\\\\ I The Norwegian: Steamship Cap-I West fo look over the island witha 26. 1932.

that is water that has gone under the 11 :_ J; to is due to arrive in port Sunday I view to establishing a 2.250
I Cf .. -.1 ? ,-i. ::1IJj.ofjj with a shipment of 5000.000 feet i 000 plant. lie will leave for Miami I 1855--James S. Sherman I-
1. Water and Sewerage. bridge. It may be "just too bad"; it is a'. ; l j'.?; A
w-.l,> '-. "._ r; : '''' of lumber from British Columbia,I tonight and return next week. N. Y. lawyer, mayor co'> _. '
2. Bridges to complete Road to Alain-. nevertheless a fact. I ?4".r ] ..... I' TI-lE according; to the Porter Dock com-I man, 27th Vice President )I."n")
u lV Celebes island in the Dutch I Utka. Died there, Oct. :30 1 _
land. All that can be gained by a scrambleto / YCLOP5 4 gFtzlt; 1 pany. This is one of the largest
Showers Partly Cloudy :
vtacslc aI East" Indies is 800 miles long and
shipments to arrive here. The
$. Free Port. grab the steering wheel is a more com- ;, jd4 OO"\M'T11 C I ever that is and fierce hyenas al''_
'" sibly occasional showers; fre h Capto is coming by way of the yet so narrow no place as Hardy
a plete smash-up than we have yet dreamedof winds. !I I II Panama CanaL far as 70 miles from the sea. found in all section of Eth10f
4. Hotels and Apartments..15. r northeasterly Cyclops, the original One-Eyed
in most hideous nightmares.Our .
our Florida: Partly cloudy, possi ---- '--
Pavilion. Monster, used to make things .
I Bathing benevolent Uncle Sam may pres- : Lly showers in extreme south portion I miserable for wayfarers who i W. II. Parker was run over and rI
6. .A.irporb-Land and Sea. tonight and Friday and near badly injured by an automobile on
ently repent him of his spending spree and i I I crossed his path. I I
7. Consolidation of County and City I the east coast Friday; slightly His present-day Duval street this morning. The I
sober up in a most discouraging fashion. cooler in northwest portion to- counterpart driver of the car, a young; Cuban,
Governments. I the motorist, who drives aroundat
t Let us make haste, before this disaster can i night. was placed under arrest in con-
Jacksonville to Florida Straits: night with only one light burning nection with the accident. Takento I
occur; to make every effort to convince him Fresh northeasterly winds and I is many times more dangerous. a local hospital where a physi- CONSULT YOUR BANKER

"Money talks," and in a language that a most loyal and unified crew awaits partly overcast weather except I:, cian examined his injuries. Mr.1

everybody can understand.If the dispatch of a pilot of his. choosing to' fresh to strong northeast winds Good drivers always carry Parker was found to have sufferedtwo 1I I! ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS\
spare bulbs to replace worn out
desired haven. with possibly showers over ex- broken ribs and other injuries -
bring us to our I
treme south portion tonight and ones just as soon as they "go I lie is both blind and deaf I
The hour has struck when commonsense dead" 1
you are not a fool'yourself, you will Ft iday. I I and was in the act of crossing the
and a common purpose can restorea East Gulf: :Moderate to fresh ... :street when struck )by the car.
give fools the first and the last eSeSeS. e.
women in which north and northeast winds and i
prosperity to our community l.iiit.; ;
word. partly overcast weather tonight Today Editorial comment: After re-

everyone, high and low, may share. .nd Friday, scattered showers over viewing perils, to which the The First National Bank ol \West
.a eve ee...............5 Key
UNLESS, and the possibility is unthinkable extreme south portion. I. younger: generation is exposed,

An open mind is a good asset but UNLESS we keep up such a v I 1824-Birth of cementJosephAspdin one feels that it is a very dangerous -

don't let it become so open that nothing WCATIiCR! : CONDITIONSThe of Leeds, England secured :: thing to be either a boy ora
strident clamor for preference that the
letters patent for his inventionof girL Member of the Federal ReserveDeposit I II

stays in. pilot will not come aboard, but instead tropical disturbance, now j. Portland cement.1861Comp1etion. 1I I

makes a report to Uncle Sam that he can of slight to moderate intensity Following a canvass of the votes I II
of tran?continental cast the
in recent election
Most of us can always firtd excellent not manage a ship with that kind of, a crew is apparently central this! morn- telegraph ended famousI special
between Jamaica and Grand t held in Key West and Monroe Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance
reasons for what we want to do when we in possession.We ing I Pony Expret-s which had been county for the selection of a representative I
Cayman, having moved slightly
want to do it. must present a solid front with a southwestward during the night.It functioning between St. Joseph to the legislature to I CorporationHOUSEHOLD
Mo., and Sacramento, 1400 miles
fill the the
I created
vacancy by resignation
is attended considerablearea
united by a
of fresh to strong winds and for some 16 months. of J. F. Busto, it was I
There are no taxes in Bermuda on announced that the two candidates -
BABSON PREDICTS PROSPERITYThe squalls. 1D18! -U. S. soldiers take Bois I
real estate, income or inheritance. Per- Pressure is high throughoutmost Belleau. S. C. Bott and Charles Ket-

haps Julius Stone had this condition in sections of the country this .. --- '. ._-_ .. -- -
citizen of Key West will morning with crests over the cen- -- .- --
mind when he ereated the idea to make of average I j 1921-.o\merlca's Unknown Soldier -
be interested in the prediction of Roger W. tral Plains States and Plateau region chosen in France. .
Key West the Bermuda of America.We .
Kansas City, Mo.; Dodge
Babson, statistician and economist, that City, Kansas! and Winnemucca.I Chapman-Anderson mil-

Americans rightfully abstain from the nation will be out of the depression in Nevada, 30.60 inches. Rains have lion-dollar mail robbery in New .

six months, he added for a period -of occurred since yesterday morning;i i York City.
and all that makes for pros-
war war, and Con- throughout most of Texas, and -

gress took the right step just before ad- perity.Mr. northeastward! over the Atlantic I. 1929-Day after Wall Street's
Babson does not undertake to tell States from North Carolina northward
journing; but we should go a step further, ; great sma hdovrn New York bankers GOODS.
and there have been light; meeting at J. P. Morgan nf
and cooperate in all that makes for how long the new era will last, contenting
showers in eastern and extreme : fice reassure country that business -
himself with the observation that it
peace. southern Florida. It was snowingthis !I is fundamentally sound.
of short or long duration. lie believes morning in portions of Colorado .

that there will be an active stock market: and northern New Mexico. Florida peninsula and portions of OF QUALITYA
One satisfaction in life is left those Temperatures are below normalin :he South Atlantic States.

men, failures through their own incom- rising commodity prices and full employ- most sections from the Plains (I S KhNNKmV; : :

vices around ment of labor, but that notwithstanding, States (eastward except in the Officer in Charge
petency or sitting indolentlyand ,
"our standard of living will decline."
criticising their betters,-men who

have made a success in their chosen pro- In explaining this last statement, Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Vmt'
satisfaction which seems to be out of line with the DESERTED Y I :
fession or business. It is a small
"period of prosperity" talk, Mr.. Babson Our Store And Look Over The Assortment'Of QUALITY
but it satisfies small men. 'Jj -
:*;ays that living standards will decline because ) '
"this administration in spite of many a. dr
As we read many contemporaries we
admirable things it has done, has taught. "
find that "Women Driven1 an editorial I
the people that they can be made com
from The Citizen, Key Wet Florida, is
fortable without working, and can get security -J.--
one of the most quoted of editorials that by legislation." MOPS AND BROOMS: GARBAGE CANS

come to our de?k. The Highland Demo-

crat carried it recently under the caption r .
"What Other Editors Think."-Highland KITCHEN WARE WATER COOLERSGARDEN

(N. Y.) Democrat.The .
The sensitive Japanese are "insulted"again

Key West Citizen advises read- 4 CLOTHES BASKETS TOOLS
This time
: it seems, some Chinese sol- .
who find themselves out _
ers grinding a
diers, around Hankow were shooting at a _

book which "one finds interesting and unprofitable target t. which the Japanese say, "resembled" r IRONING BOARDS

," to "throw it aside and save
a Japanese flag. Whereuponthe .
time for something else." Good advice. .
Japane launched a complaint, got an

Action is still at a premium and many re "inadequate" reply and demanded an .. 'l. t; CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE

done.-Miami apology and the dismissal of a general. 1 .

Moreover, seven gunboats in the' harb6r *"*Ann* had Heard i Rob talking to her uncle. .

made the demand easy to understand. Pl'jti sore. you can explain this tq Anne." '. ALL. KINDS OF DISHES AND GLASSWARE. _'

It is generally conceded on this side These Japanese have their own ideas,, explain. She knew now that her I '. #

of the line that if the Ocala canal is put apparently, of how far other people 'can J fiance was)leaving: her to face everything.I Dinner Sets $1.00 and Up

through to a conclusion that it would serve go in deprecating Japanese sensibilities. I ,
Jeanne Bowman tells Anne's story in
the most useful purpose of making an ideal The emperor comes from Heaven they say

boundary line between two states to be his rule is divinely inspired and m.ust be

known as North and South Florida. As it venerated. This i 6 the doctrine of the HIGH COURAGE I

now stands South Florida pays by far the divine right of kings, that can do no wrong, ,

greater portion of the state's taxes, has the which Europe discarded some years ago because You'll ,like Anne, the other real people, I

preponderance of wealth and population, the people refused to swallow the the gripping action in this new serial South 'Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

but owing to the smart politi il control of bunk any longer.Be Starting Friday October 25 1

the smaller North and Wes Florida counties I Patcc 598 White and Eliza Streets

has little to say about how the state's careful; it's better than taking n _

affairs shall be conducted.: -Bartow chance and breaking an arm, a I leg or In The Citizen "Your home is worthy of the best"

Record. whatever have to spare. :: .I
you ...;.................See.......eS .. ..........



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OCTOBER 24, 1935, THE KEY WEST. CITIZEN- .1-'AGE'l'i.ijJ::
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!-eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCLASSIFIED .-..-.....-.. !(I The Pawwnwa I..... of Soi>.5t!

I IMORNING STAR I |[naked America and are to sid ue to the go blow-g lmt

:: y !with poisoned darts.
SPORTS ) It costs a major l 1"**e team a:1:
Chapter: 4* the disgusting energy-n be down '
:It CITY I I average of about $7.090 a year
\ i i..1
BREAKFASTDA'D I In with a few you"minutes to hare breakfast I for baseballs.

woke lust as dawn was "It'll have be few
to a very the rate of le a word for each insertion ".c-It-Illc-. L.NI.g .........
into his room. lIe made minutes he warned her "or there but the minimum for the"
a valiant effort to go back to sleep I won't be any breakfast to baTe. first insertion in every instance is. DR. THE SEMINOLE

knowing that the household would lie turned away glanced at ---- -------_.. 25c. -
not stir for at least an hour, but the Emily's door and realized suddenly
effort was unsuccessfuL i tbat he was Incapable now of resuming 1 1I R: Payment for classified advertisements -
SCHOOL BOYS i BEACONS VS. I is invariably in advance, WM.
the of
He felt much as he had felt as a : easy familiarity the
He passed softly by and went, I bat regular advertisers with ledger For r.
child on Christmas mornings, when past
: I downstairs. I DEFEAT FERAl AFTERNOON ENTER SENIOR LOOP accounts may have their advertise-
he had lain and tried to decide THIS j i ments charged. aey
whether to rise In the cold darknessto I But Emily was already down read-. For

a solitary discovery of his ing a book before the library fire. I ---- i I Advertisers should give their I DR.
presents or to wait until Judith I lie stopped short at the door. I street address as well as their tele-
should wake and share his delight I "Another early bird! I've been ABC OUTFIT ADVANCED TO j (By JOVE) i MEETING WILL BE HELD TONIGHT -. phone number if they desire re- For
I priding myself that 1 was the only This afternoon the Lighthouseten 11 "Bobby"I
.... At last he gave np the attempt. FIRST PLACE BY VIRTUE TO DISCUSS 1 I suits.
and slipping on a heavy dressing person" on the lot who had any en I will meet the Administrationoutfit I With each classified advertisement "

gown he went to sit on the window- ergy. OF VICTORYBy in a diamondball game, PLANS t The Citizen will give free an For CII."". B. Gn' ER. M.1fC"Y
She laid aside the book and smiled ,
sill and watch the sunrise. at him and David's heart began to I which will be called at 5 o'clock. ,Autoitrop Razor Outfit Ask for MARCOS A where human;you,will bom-tlk find y..r ,.n-ct"n..i..I.." ..

Frost lay like a lace veil over the misbehave."It's Tomorrow, the Administration it. __..... .... eaterlaI..ed a mater -
glass and shrubs and the rising sun In the climate. C can't resist ( JOE) I bats with I (By JOVE) For of great importance.o .

tinted distant fields with a faint getting up for fear 111 miss some- The High School outfit of the aggregation will cross Four clubs are lined up to join MALE HSLP WANTED JIM _
pink glow. For the first time In his Jade's Ad- I the Bayview Park boys. the Senior Diamondball Leaguefor A steel flnpreer fcalMlvc lo t.
thing. given me up as hopeless Social League defeated the i I. 'M heart .r t.e city
life David wanted to kneel at the The above teams are members the next series of games that MAN WANTED for Rawleigh:
ministration ten of the cir -0--
window and pray, not to any God lie dropped Into a chair facingher. same of the Social Diamondball League.I I will start Monday night. These Route of 800 families. Write i For Every Room with C"ml>ina'f n T *)
above him but to the earth below. "Do you feel that way about It cuit yesterday afternoon by the I teams are: Lopez Funeral Home, today. Rawleigh Dept. FAJ- T. and Shower Bath, Radio r.', :, -

He turned away and dressed too?" .'ore of 10 to 6. !I BASEBALL CONTEST{!!I Busy Bee Bakery, Firemen and 116-SA, Memphis, Tenn. Ceiling Ventilation.Faa Comfortable Slat Poor for!<..S'u">!l.' u &?
quickly in riding clothes. then stole "So much 'that wathat t resent The victory carried the ABC : ,Art's Barbecue tens. oct3.10.172431xWANTED : For Mattresses of Inner Spring <' -
quietly down the stairs and out into every minute I spend In bed. I At the meeting tonight to beheld traction and Individual r..aiing -
the cold still air. Their eyes eking together, and club to first place, one-half game: DAYNAVY ; Lamps.
: ON ARMISTICE at Bayview Park begin- RATES
lie went straight to the stables David watching her saw that a deep ahead of the FERA teamIn i ning at 8 o'clock, the new schedule For Slacto

and saddled Aubrey's big gelding, flush bad mounteu swiftly from her the very first frame the Office I will be outlined to the clubs WANTED-A tfhance to bid on I 78 RMB.. Private Bath .... g=.e.

his fingers performing skillfully and throat to her hair. lie looked quickly boys scored one run buk i and each team will turn in their i If your next printing order The N.4. R.-._..,. rivt Private'. nark_n. _. u a.r.SUM.
automatically an aluost forgotten away, trying valiantly to thinkof could not hold the lea<:. The Schoolboys 1 FIELD GROUNDS BEING list of players. Altaian Press, augT For 54 R.._.. Private.... uu. S-3*
some casual remark that would scored three runs in the third i 'I o I. Sample:! R..... Private nath 5.M
task.The I will be selected tonight
shatter the- intimacy of the moment LIGHT CREASE: FOR UOCBLBOCCtTPAXCT
getting eyed him suspiciously inning and six in the fourth and !, I and everything will be Fettled in FOR RENT I
and blew arm clouds of mist added another in the fifth. i j GAME under
I order for the series to
It .herseil who found It.Didn't get .
Into the crisp air. lie was ,i .. .
was unaccus- At bat Soldano was the leader, NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT ---- - --- ---- -- --- -- -
: night
1 I II I Monday ;
I hear you stealing in
tomed to working before breakfast, with four safeties ;in four times I I 't I Tentative call for each with garage. Apply 827 I '
and he felt,moreover,that he should from an early morning rider plans =r11 r".JffTI.I''I'.lTII'I! :' \
resent the attentions 0 f this I He nodded. "I was as bad as a kid up. Jack Lopez and Whitmarsh (By JOVE) I I club to meet their: opponents one Duval street. oct19
on Christmas morning. I lay and hit two in three chanches. For I I There will be a big baseball frame at the end of. two weeks.

stranger.Out like Oavid. he sensed in the minutes the Office crew Rueda hit two I came at the Navy Field on Armistice -!t I! The first place team will be declared TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED

stranger a kindred spirit singles in two times at bat Day November 11, which l I: the winner and then another APARTMENT. Con
lie danced They don't have mornfings like this In the field. J. Roberts :\1.1 comes on a Monday. schedule will be played and veniences, porches.! 519 Eliza- OLD PAPERS

swung into the restlessly saddle, and as David David anywhere else In the :\rorld. Lopez and Goss played! a good I j Two clubs will be selected in I I at the end of the second two beth street Apply 523 South-'

leaned over to pat his shining flank. She laughed. "Don't: I know! I game for the ERA club, and the meantime for the contest weeks, the winner will meet the ard street oct 14 I

"I feel the lame way myself, broke all precedenta by having Woodson J. Finder and Whit-1 I I The grounds are being put in I champion of the irst part
fella." David chuckled. "Let's go!" breakfast with Aubrey and then riding marsh for the ABC team. i first-class shape, and the clubs I I The receipts will be divided FOR SALE ; ........................................
with him the first day I was Score by innings: R. II. E.
i I will be invited to practice at: the two winning clubs.
Head out his powerful body extended : among
here.Judith thought IM gone crazy. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
High School- twice before the big ; '' There will be prizes offered to the i
the big horse raced from the \ I least game. II
lie said s101l'ly'ould Artman
stable you- 000 361 .0-10 12 5 The will be published best batter, pitcher and the player cards $1.25 The
dusky Into the advancing ride with me some day-before breakfast I line-us 1 I Press .u&1 For
morning. David guided him Into a : ?" Administration- I in a few days who steals the most bases. Vale -
narrow roadway that led 100 003 2- 666 West, will decide tonight if !
across bare The flush returned. Ha remem- I The four pitchers in Key I Managers SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. .... ..
fields and through a thicket of pines bered. unwillingly the first letterhe Batteries: J. Lopez and Wood- ': Casa, Bethel. Salinero and Gates, additional prizes will be distributed
Press. aug7
then Into cleared spaces once more. had written her: "To think of son; Nelson E. Roberts and I'I'I : will be divided among the two i among other outstanding players. The Artman ."

Mist lay heavy above a stream finding a girl who can blush! God I Rueda. !clubs!'!, in order that they may be i[PRINTING-Quality Printing at 1%

that wavered across the fields, and knows I don't":: She said I Standing of the clubs: j i as even as possible. I the Lowest Prices. The Art 5 Bundles for
the delicate pink light of sunrise quietly: born at Montgomery, Pa., 68 years
was merging rapidly Into the pale Td love It." .' Club-- W. L. Pet ........................1 I ago. I man Press. aug7 vC

gold of early morning. f High School _..........___ 4 2 .666 : 25 in bundle

iavin. worked off his superfluous GUS appeared at the doorway. Administration .....__ 3 2 .6001 Today's Birthdays! I I Frank L O. Wadsworth of Pittsburgh j TYPEWRITING PAPER 500

energy,- e big horse slowed suddenly is served. Bayview Park mm____ 1 2 .333; .. noted inventor, engineerand jl I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.

I to a walk,and David's mood shifted David stood up relieved. "Let'sgo Lighthouse .............1 3 .250;; manufacturer, born at Wellington aug7OLD
with equal rapidity from exhilaration ; ahead. Judea coming eventually.. i Charles H. Compton librarianof Ohio 68 years ago. CITIZEN
to reverie. but I'm too weak to wait. J the St. Louis Public Library PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

His mind went back to the events Actually he wanted the experi- BEES VS. FIREMEN born at Palmyra, Nebr., 55 years Tasker L. Oddie of Reno for- bundles for 6c. The Citizen Office -

of the evening before: to Judith and ence of breakfast alone with her: i ago. mer Nevada governor and senator oct16 I

Aubrey and the feeling of peace and It would be something to take to TOMORROW\ NIGHT: born in Brooklyn, N. Y.. 65 '
familiarity that had enveloped him Carrollton- Charles J. Brand, Secretary of I I I years ago. Subscribe to The Citizen. 1 f'.lI.lI.lIIIIIIIII"JrF

from the moment of his arrival at Aubrey would be late Gus was the National Fedtilizers Association 1- _._ .- .-'- --- --
Morton HalL explaining as they sat down; something !: Washington D. C., born in -- -
He came finally and almost reluc- about a calf that wasn't well. (By JOVE) i i Lac Jui Parle Co., Minn.\ 56 years
tantly to the memory of Emily descending lie :had thought they might! be Thp Busy Bee Baker will play J: ago.
the broad and I"hongry. ,
stairway the Firemen ten tomorrow nightat -.
talking straight Into his life "We are," David assured him.
again.A Bayview Park in a Senior Don C. Seitz of New York
different Emily from the child "Ton did exactly right. '
very .
I Diamondball League game. I I newspaperman, editor and author,
he had known before: a poised ma- Judith came in before they bad FIRMSWho
Batteries will be Walker and born tt Potra e, Ohio, 73 years I
ture woman lovelier even than he finished! the fruit. She was about!
What I Gabriel for the Fire fighters; and ::ago. '
had remembered her. to: say, a charming picture .
Ward and Albury for the Bakers. I It _
Not the sort of woman certainly, but checked herself abruptly. This t'
that he could ask to share a lifetime was tbe sort of thing you couldn't The contest will be called at I Merian C. Cooper of Jacksonville -

perhaps of poverty and strug- push-Instead shs complained: to 7:45 o'clock sharp.: 'I Fla.. author, aviator, movie Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them ..
gle. lIe had accustomed himself dur- David: I producer, born in Jacksonville. 42 ,,

ing the past weeks to the idea of life "I hardly stopped to wash my The ancient seat of the :Mon- years ago. I II 1
alone at Carrollton for several taco for rar you'd eat::: the napkins. tezumas, Chapultepec. is located I I

years at least-and Emily's reappearance You're worse than a plague ot lo about two miles southwest of the I Clinton L. Bardo. president of

had deprived the Idea of rusts City of Mbxico. the New York Shipbuilding Co., Star American Coffee
Its charm. lie grinned as he rose to seat her I t ROSES
"Sweet Kate! I feel If -- ----- -- --- -- JOHN C. PARK TIFFS
Judith had meant well, bless her as I'd never Has a tate wad! aroma thatis
but Judith should have known thatIt been away. I
was Impossible- I' "That's why Tm rude." Judith explained N only found im good coffee FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
."1 want you to feel at home. 328 SIMONTON ST.&D6I you cut b. sure that it's
May I have of those fresh because it's blended in
for Carrollton Itself: for some I some grapes OP SPECIALTY
.. As that he couldn't quits define are you using them all?" Key We.U 1101 Division Street
he waiting- his "I t11! l n k.- Judith announced
was postponing
visits of rediscovery. It was In terrible i that this would be a swell time to PLUMBINGDURO LARGO, .ft 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

repair Judith had warned him, have a dance. I haven't had a real I STAR, Ib 25c; ,

and Carrollton In disrepair didn't party for pimlly>} .since.she's been '
bear thinking about I here and certaln\y\ WB ought to have:: N V. & S., tt ISc. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and FancyGroceries

He wanted a few days to fortify in official -welcome for David Iutngi PUMPS .

himself: after that he would go and I Emily protested laughing. "My I t \1\\ STAR COFFEE MILL
see himself. whole visit has been a party. Let USe\ tort PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
\\\ .. Complete Line Fresh
He ort his mount towards i David bave the undivided honors. i i \ ,.. 512 Greene Street

home and the horse mindful of his I David shook his head. "Not with Fa an PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
i PHONE 597
you here. t.
deferred breakfast began once more
to run. At the stable David flung Emily couldn't trust herself to ,
himself from the saddle and handed speak. She was remembering all too

the reins to a grinning black boy. vividly the dance at Carrollton so SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
long : remembering David in
"Give him a good rubdown son. ago INSURANCE
and no breakfast for half an hour." the garden with his hands on her \t wr Jwfi.h, 2 IV*. 3Sc

The boy bobbed tike an automaton shoulders: "Mini being a farmer's : t\' I Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib*. 35e THE KEY WEST\ 1 a -
-Yassnh. Mist David. with Emily r She had told him then E
Office 319 Daval Street
Yellowtail 2 Ib. :
that she would on 4J.
The household had awakened during be a ditchdigger'swife
his absence and was alive with If he were the ditch-digger, I 4 Grouper 2 Ibs. ZbeSUNDAY STARSubscription ft

sounds of activity: the purr of a find four months later he was in \\ Snapper.2 Ib*. 25c e
vacuum cleaner the tinkle of silver China. She stole a glance at him II I\\\ Matto. Fuh. 2 QM. 25c TELEPHONE NO.
and glass as Dorinda set the table mi; knew from the sight of his set I $2 Per Year
face that David
the faint distant crooning of Lonella was rememberingIt FRESH SHRIMP ..-or Try Year Meal At
as she prepared breakfast too. I I Large Select Oyster Key Wesf Only Sunday -aDc.--
Judith looked sharply at David and
lie went upstairs and changed Delmomco Restaurant
realized that be afraid. David i Fresh Crab Meat in tb can 65c Paper
clothes whistling softly as he wentOn PORTERALLENCOMPANY
the way down again he who had never known the meanIng' I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen dweer! Beer ______. 15
of the word! The discovery decided ,
stopped as he had stopped so many tier. I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six C..r.. Dinner, -.--..-
times before. to bang loudly on Jo-
"Wo won't hate it until Satur.Uy 59c and ash
pith's Ii I 51 --------- 75c.
door. for modern PHONE 151 PHONE
night. Fm going to start calling people i 0 Why wait until next spring your
This Is a devil of a way to treat a
tonight electric refrigerator when you can enjoy all the conveniences
prodigal! rYe been up for two I
hours. I ICoJlvrlg1&t.1)3,If Mores SirruJTomo"ow I of a General Electric now-anJ without

Judith's voice, heavy with, sleep, I household expenses one penny! AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation I.i WrapPRITCHARD
increasing present
Emily is carried ever your
filtered! through tlfe door. "Of all a certain threshold. I \i 536 Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOER
ped in every package .
:was the establishment of France's
HERO ,.power in Morocco and the paci-|'1 II I
FOR FRENCH I I I'a f D ''f"d'Deetoe SyntpathetU ---
fication the PRINTINGDONE
of country was given Your General Electric will now easily pay for itself

NEAR COMPLETION national funeral at Nancy, in''f and save you $40 to $60 between now and spring. ConrtesyLICENSED

'his native Lorraine, and buried i D BY US NOTARY PUBLIC
RABAT, Morocco, Oct. 21.-A in chapel there i I EMBALMER
great white mausoleum such as His family notified the French i: I WATCHMAKER JEWELEI'THE-

th* Moroccans build for their government, however, that in accordance -I The Key 'West Electric Co. AND ENGRAVER Aaibnlanc I S.nice -

huh men is rising on a summit, with his frequently expressed -, ( See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN, PRESS

overlooking the Valley of Chellah, wish that he be buried in I ALL PRICES REDUCED

site i>l an ancient Roman city. i I Morocco, they desired that his Citizen, BIsfg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT Citizen OfficeTHURSDAY
Jn it will rest the bones of ai i i body be sent here. |I Hovrss 9 t. 12-1 to 9

conqueror from over the sea, the A committee to plan the great I Open Saturday. Nigate 51 PaOB 548 NOT** Slop.
tat Louis Hubert Lyautey marshal mausoleum, which will be rom-I GENERAL O ELECTRIC

of France. pleted within a month or two, was 'j/

Lyautey whooe greatest works the result, __

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................................................. before even the preliminary. (By E. LOWE PIERCE JR.)
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Ready For I work can be started. ........................i Responding to an alarm sounded "Boys Fellowship Club" J. Dion representing ,1,1.'
Cuban Club Dance Making !
I I from Box 123 at Francis and ACCOMPANIED BY HIS WIFE: ,.
Southern Land iciporatrd.
Large public aquaria be recently organized under the company
Hallowe'en Carnival Before excavations are Fleming streets this mornnig, ,
Tomorrow NightPlans I divided into two classes based on : ap- sponsorship of Equity Lodge 70,i WHO WAS FORMERLY MISS I II announces the sate t >
made for the sewerage lines their method of water circulation.The .I I para\as from Station Number 1 Marvin E. Sweating and wife "f'
I. O. O. F.. will meet this
have been completed for Grinning Jack 0 Lanterns, first and most numerous are'I and Station Number 3 it was I II evening I NELLIE TOLEDO l.ot.15 and 16, Block 14, Trad(
and the fresh distribution
found that smoke was issuing 7 o'clock, in the hall of the
slithering spooks, I 17.
the first big Hallowe'en Dance of ghostly games, those aquaria which have enclosed j
the season which is the 'GalaHelIowe'en pink lemonade and many other iystem, which is also a!; ; second and j from a small house on Francis Knights of Pythias on Fleming,: I These lots are in a choirc locatw -

Dance" to be held at such attractions will enter into rather rare arethose with an I street, occupied by a colored man street. Ex-Commander Pablo Rodriguez, >n and are in the same block
part of the project, streets open a's I I
the Cuban Club tomorrow night. the spirit of the Hallowe'en Carnival -i I I I circulating system. Each type known "Sonk. Members: arc all expected to be of the Cuban Army and wife,!: and adjoining the four lots recently -

The orange and black decorations,' which will take place through which the systems I j has its advantages and disadvantages -I Investigation showed that the j I there. Officers that enroll- arrived the Florida purchased by Mrs. Lee
TueS-1 smoke was the result of a fire say on Steamship
October 29 Stone wife of Julius F. Jr.
together with the numerous day evening, and its reasons for existingas Stone
colored lights, recently installed! till 10 o'clock under the run must be investigatedin such. caused edding.bcomiDg ignited ments will be accepted during the !I from Miami Tuesday morning.I

by the Cuban Club members make I of the Second Grades of the Divi- order that excavation ac The aquarium with an cnclW- when\urning' fcrroscne from Ian meeting. and after visiting relatives of the I H- "'

the ballroom a thing of beauty.I j sion Street School. 'tivities will in no way interfere ed circulating system, in principle. around exploded the intecio.stove was scattered: i bride ni this city, returned to Miami : PALACETim

John Pritchard's orchestra which] The spooky event will be heldon operates in this manner: Water I
on Steamer Florida last in
Apparatus from Number 3, with I NEW\ DODGE CARDISPLAYED i MtCoy
is to furnish music for the affair,' the Tennis Courts of Bayview with or damage the for the aquarium's use is storc'din the use of the booster pump extinguished night. I OUTLAW DEPUTY
will in costume and will be Park and the sponsors are planning reservoirs at the base of ,
appear other lines, water and gas. the flames in about 15 Mr:<. RodriJlez'as before her
ready to start the dance rromptly'at j numerous games for adultsas the building.,: From these large minutes. HERE f marriage Miss Nellie Toledo.I. Serial and Comedy

9 o'clock with a spicy program: well as children. Another item, the biggest receptacles it is forced by pumpsto I daughter of Mr .and )(... Antonio I! Matinee: 5-10c; Night; 10-15c

of dance music especially pro- One of the main features will of all which Westers a high gravity tank. Thence bya ,
Key ample oxygen.: From the tanks Toledo, of Miami, but formerly
pared for this occasion. I be a "Ghost Parade" which it is system of overflow the water 1 _
the water and materials of this city. :
are Pro-showing,: of the 1936 ver-
Anyone desiring to attend th-j' said will be worth while witness- are asked to ponder, is that runs down to the individual specimen transferred to the overflow;I sion of the Dodge opened todayat Mr. and Mrs. Rodriguez/ will beat *

dance may do so in either costume. ing. the project involves the expenditure tanks. Continuing,: from troughs which empty back to the the showrooms of Navarro, home to their many friends at
or civilian clothes, whichever they there by means of overflow pipes. I 561 West St. Miami.
ocean. This simplicity is not Inc., corner Duval and Southard Flagler RICHARDSON'SGROCERY
may choose, but are requested not Ball Saturday $1,344,728, it is filtered in gravel beds and air- without drawbacks as will be streets. !

to wear masks. Now that the hot, words, more than one anda eated thoroughly, returning,: refreshed pointed out subsequently.Show "Most beautiful car Dodge Among the fruit trees which:

sultry months of summer are ovir Night At Raul'sRaul's quarter million of dollars to the reservoir ready to Disadvantages ever built", noted automobile editors grow in Ethiopia ,are the fig.,: :
larger numbers of folks are repeat its former course.
young The enclosed circulating system -, and fashion authorities claim. orange, lime. pomegranate, peach,
turning out to dances. aiH a capacity Club is preparing. for a and the use of this sum can- Much attention is given to air- had these disadvantages: 'It of Westers who apricot and banana.
crowd is expected to be on capacity: crowd at the HaTlowe'en eation of the water in a systemof is more expensive to constructand Hundreds Key FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
not be considered without have already inspected the car are
hand Friday night to enjoy hcI i ievening's Dall to be held there Saturday this type. In almost very operate. The impurities which loud in its praise. Gala Hallowe'en Dance tomorrowRAUL'S Rose Milk, 5 cans .. 49c
fun.Hallowe'en. night starting at 10:00 o'clock. where the water is transferred I h -
f much thought and planning. case enter the water must be taken I
Milk .. lie
Dan Navarro, local agent, remarked Magnolia -
The club is being smartly dressedfor from one container to an- care of by artificial methods. I
that Dodge has always >ANNUALHALLOWE'EN I Cream, 6 cans .. 37 and 40c
EventAt this big event. .......... other on its route through the Factors of such
.............. importance as
.__... .
Del Woods promises that his circulating system it is allowed to light heat, acidity nad salinity been famous for its safety, famous BALL i Butler, tt> m 29 lie

Habana-Madrid orchestra will furnish a good pro- PERSONAL MENTION drop a foot or more through the must be artificially regulated. : for its ruggedness and depend- Saturday October 26 i Sugar, 5 Ibs. .---....... ....... -27c

gram of dance music and is arranging air before entering the water. Such artificial regulation is often I: ability and the 1933 model tops it Potatoes, 10 Ibs .__hh... Zlc

Hallowe'en festivities at the for a brand new setupof ........................1 This drop breaks the water up disastrous and requires much experimentation I all with style and beauty. "It is DEL WOODS'Y ORCHESTRA I Rice, 5 Ibs .._...__._ 25c aud 3Sc

Habana-Madrid Club will start local entertainment. Paul Gibson and brother Phillip I enabling a greater surface to be before it can be II I I without a doubt the smartest Complete Change; ; ;Floor Show Eggs, dox. m_.._ ........-.. h... 35c

Saturday night at 10:00 o'clock Reservations the affair may left last night for a business visit exposed and consequently enlarges successfully controlled. The looking car in Dodge history. Script $1.Io-I0tiJ1l; .,0k4 I Lard, 2 Ibs ._..._____...._.__..... 29c
Oostume be calling The Citizen to obtain ad-I I The 1936 Dodge has long,: low.
with a Grand Hallowe'en made by in Miami. its opportunity vantages are that it can be Maxwell House Coffee, It. 29c
"Air Style" lines-in- -
BalL Phone 51. trolled and often factors causing I I sweeping I
Cuban Coffee, tt> 19c and 29e
Scores of reservations hate already 1- oxygen.R Circulation teriors are more spacious. more
George Kantor was a passengeron trouble can be determined and and has hydraulic BENJAMIN LOPEZ I I Tomatoes, 6 cans _____..____ 29c
been made-some in as The circulating system of an luxuriousthan ever -!
Arrange Melody eradicated without serious delay. I
the Florida last night for FUNERAL HOME .. _
early as Monday of this week. a aquarium, particularly in the The circulating system brakes, safety-steel body, Royal Jello, 4 pk(*. 00 .. 22c
Hour ProgramThe business visit in Miami. open balanced Driving Control. In ad- Serving Key West Gibbs Catsup large ____ 13c
Reservations can be made by call- case of an enclosed form, may has the great advantage,: of economy !
nig Phone 220. several respects be compared to t when similar results are expected dition, it has an engine that own- Half Century Peaches, 2H size _____ IGc

Two grand prizes will be awarded twelfth Key West Melody Abraham Gonzalez left last the circulating( system of the human as compared with the enclosed ers have already reported getting 24 Hour Ambulance Service Pears, 2i size __._..... 17ci

to the man and woman having,: Hour will be given tonight in night for a visit with relatives in body. The pump constitutesthe I system. In addition the 18 to 24 miles per gallon of gas. Licensed Embalmer. I i Grits, 3 Ibs h.... m..h....... 12c

the best costumes. A local orchestra the Colonial Hotel Miami. main organ furnishing the water itself with its natural chem- Dan Navarro states that the Phone 135 Night 696-\\ I Beets, sliced, 2 cans .-... 25c

will play a good programof The presentation will commence motive power. The large pipes ical balance and microscopic life showrooms!' will be open all day I Fancy Cora, 2 cans .mh.... 25c2Sc
dance tunes. I promptly at 8 o'clock. Mrs.\ A. Del Pino was an arri- from the which I and late at night and also open
leading pumps I is admitted to the tanks unchanged ,: C i String Beans, 2 cans ..... ..
-- -.- --- .. val from Tampa this morning branch to supply the individual a factor of importance especially all day on Sunday. I KEY WESTCOLONIAL Ritz Crackers .._. 14c and 23c

after a visit with relatives. tanks are the arteries. The water in dealing with inverte- HOTELIn I Ovaltine, small m..h...._ 35c
in the individual tanks plac- I brate animals. The disadvantagesarc Gala Hallowe'en Dance tomorrow ( Whole Kernel Corn, 3 cans 2Sc

ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings Mrs. Rosalie Herttell Barker ed in direct contact with the that the sea water must of i the Center of the Business Salt, 3 pkjs. ____._.n__..___..... lOc
left on the Florida last night,: fora specimens is the capillary sys! necessity remain in its original Strictly Fresh Killed Sani-Flnsh, can ...._.n__..-- 23c

visit with relatives in Miami. tem. Here food is transferred. condition. warm or cold, clear or i MILK FED VEAL and Theater District Matches, 3 boxes ..nm..... lie

waste removed and oxygen furn- alter it much would Crab Meat -----.365
sandy. To I Fresh Western Meats and First Class -Fireproof- Tuna Fi.n, can ___....____.___ ISc
That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend Mrs. Victor Moffat left the. i'hed directly to the live animals. mean the complications of an enclosed West Kosher Meats
on Key
Sensible Rate I Rinso 3 pkf. ... ....... .__. .. 23c
Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National Florida last night for Miami The course of the water from the system. Also the NICE FAT liENS. 4, 5. 6 lbs. Box Jelly, 3 Ibs. ..nh....... 24c

and International Problems Insep- where she will spend a while with tanks back is slower. Here its culty of isolating the diffi-I Bermuda Meat Market COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
rate of flow is dependent to a sickness death
relatives and friends. or J. Cobo, Prop. Phone 861WMONROE Phone 658-R Free Delivery
arable From Local WelfareI the overflow
great extent on specimens increases. Garage Elevator. Eaton and Elizabeth Streets

Rev. F. D. Sullivan. S. J., who;I from the tanks which is in turn 'I under normal conditions I THEATER I Popular Price

was visiting in Key West and a1\ dependent on the supply furnished torial maladjustments Pi'C3'1 i __ -

There is one phase of the I need no longer hesitate between guest: at the rectory of St. Mary's I by the pumps, again comparable at a minimum in such an Zasu Pitts-James Gleason in .
Italian-Ethiopian struggle that'I passive resistance and .open Star of The Sea Church, left on to the blood in the veins. rium. I II I HOT TIP -- -- --- -

has received much les notice than rebellion. India is a mighty the Florida last night for Miami. I The water in the overflow is Whether to build an enclosed or I I Regis Toomey-Judith Allen in

it deserved. That phss-which, muscle! in the body of the British dirty, polluted with carbon diox- I' open system depends on a numberof RECKLESS ROADS

in the long view may bome the i Empire. Her millions of native Mrs. Paul Lowe, who was spending !' I ide and 1 body wastes, and seriously factors. If the climate is severe I Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra ALL-WEATHER
most ani must potentially -: are governed by a few thousan'dwhites. Its path
important a while in Key West with lacking in oxygen. or the location inland the enclosed ; I5-2Oet Nicntt lS-25e E

dangerous,: : all he phasesis What an Indian revolt relatives, left last night on the:I now leads throjgh the filters system must be resorted i I 43% MORE MILES OF REAL

the inter-'acia! complicationsthat : would mean can only be conjectured Florida for her home in Miami.C. I which deanse and aireate it, comparable to without choice. An open c
may arise from Italy's imperial -but the sun that finally set I I to the action of the lungs! culating system requires a mild I I a NON-SKID SAFETY at no extra cos!

ambitions. on it would be red indeed. So 1 the blood. After water and environment ,
I I and kidneys on climate. good an 1ARCHER'S
W. Davis, engine, house
Here is the way it is' expressed it goes throughout all the coloniesof foreman for the railroad: at Key!!I filtration and aireation. the water in genejal .which is rot 1\\ I GOODYEAR'

by the famed American Negrj i black peoples governed by West and Buena Vista left last is sucked in by the pump to subject to sudden or radical !

leader, educator and writer, W. Europeans British, French I renew its course through the changes. In these latter requ're- GROCERY ,
night for Miami after making arrangements S
E. B. Du Bois. in. the October issue I I and Italian Somaliland, in Kenya I tanks just as in the body the ments it i is found that the Key i
,: to have material and I The Store That Serves
of Foreign Affair': "The i Colony. elsewhere in Africa and blood is drawn to the heart from t West Tropical Aquarium is well ,
equipment in the round house and
probabilities are that Italy. .will i I South America. machine shop here shipped to! the lungs cleaned and aireated' supplied. :I You Best"GOOD i,

subdue Ethiopia. !' this happens,i Nothing is more horrible, more Port Everglades as soon as ready to. retrace its path throughthe I HOUSEWIVES SAY- ;. PATHFINDER SPEEDWAY
it will be a co! I
dangerous, more corrupting to the sible. "Yes, I've found that trading I
for Italy and the white world-i POS-j aquarium with the open -, 1 $5 $42
orderly processes of civilizationthan I at Archer's is my best bet I
India China and Japan Africa in I circulating,: system is relatively ,
Africa and in America, and all the race warfare. The great Mrs. Wm. R. Porter left on simple compared to the above described MALARIASpeedy for planning better meals 5. 5 4.40-21 __$6.05 4.40-21 _,_45.20

South 8<'88' and Indian Americaall I majority of the earth's populationis Florida last night for Miami en inclosed system. In this I Quality merchandise, popular 4.50-21 6.65 4.50-21 __ 5.70:
route to Birmingham, Ala., where I I prices. and efficient, courteous -
that vast mass of men who of the water is pumped directly I
colored majority
I and a great type 'I
she will while with her 4.75-19 7.05 4.75-19 6.05
spend a service makes shopping a I _,...
and insults I I tanks. Relief of Chills -
have felt the oppression these colored peoples are dominated from the ocean to the I
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Archer's." Prices' subject t.change without notice.
pleasure at '
the slavery and exploitation by whites. If the Italy- Mrs. W. S. Webster. I Additional aireation is given the and FeverDon't tica.. aaa .....It-.&.

of white folks will say: 'I told I Ethiopian disorder leads to a decisive" water in this transfer if neces We Welcome Responsible GUARANTEED I
you so! There is no faith in them i split between the two great Mrs. Josephine Doughtry, wife sary. As a rule. though; this is let Malaria tear you apart with II Account I WRITING. .COLONIAL SERVICE STATION
even toward each other. Theydo groups, it will be one of the most not necessary with good pumps its racking chills and burning fever.Trustto against road .I InJurie.nnddefects
of Cashier Will Doughtry of the no home-made or mere makeshift rem- I All with
Competition met
not believe in Christianity and important events in the historyof the work of the waves churningthe :
Florida East Coast Railway in edies. Take the medicine prepared especially Low Prices I CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.
they will never voluntarily recognize the world-an event that, overa surface layers over and over for Malaria-Grove's Tasteless and High Quality
I Key West, left lust. night on the
the essential! equality of human period of many :years, perhaps Florida for Miami"where she i illi in itself sufficient to furnish Chin Tonic. i ONE STOP SERVICE 397USE

beings, or surrender the idea centuries. change all the goesfor Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic gives real .
: can I I -- -- -- -'-'--
medical l treatment. Order All Your Food Needs '
of dominating,: the majority of I maps. and remake the earth to a transferred through Port Ever- relief from Malaria because it's a scientific -
combination of tasteless quinine and I Through Us
selfish ends I
men for their own different plan.TREVOR&. glades.J. .
I A. C. Brown, state grove inspector tonic iron.The quinine kills the Malarial
Japan was right. The only path I for the state'plant board infection in the blood. The iron builds ; Dressed Poultry

to freedom and equality is .forc."e'l MORRIS left last night for Miami after a S. Moore, head of the Reedy up the system and helps fortify against I Fish Turtle
and force to the uttermost'. Forwarding Company, left last further attack. At the first sign of any
visit in Key West and was accompanied attack of :Malaria take Grove's Tasteless : Fruits Vegetables
Dn Coi? allusion toward China I night for Miami to establish an
by H. S. McClanahan. assistant Chill Tonic. Better still take it regularly I,, 1..3".j
and Japan involves another point I REPORTS SALE OF office to take care of the interests}
grove inspector who will during the :Malaria season to ward off
that I nut so well understood a"! 1 be absent from the city for a of the many clients of the company the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic I Dairy Products
it should he. When Japan started 1 doing business between the is absolutely harmless and tastes good.
hei invasion of Manchuria aI I I' FIRST FORD V-8 short time. United States and Cuba.I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic now I Phone 67 Free Delivery ,

few vearago.. the white nations I comes in two sizes, SOc and SI. The $1 814 Fle ing Street Ii1
teemed tel> be solidly on the sid" Joseph Saunders, assistant Hewitt cashier of the size contains VA times as much as the SOc
I La-:::::: agent: of the P. and O. S. S. Company ]I M. size and I rives you 25% more for your I
of' China. Japan was called an Daniel retired en- in Key West, left last night I Key West Electric Company. left money.Get bottle today drugstore..
outlaw among nations. was heldto I jpineer of the New York Central en route to Port Everglades to,.I last night,: for Tampa where he .. .
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bt M mi-naee to the peace of resident of this city the illnessof
Railroad and take charge of the offices of the was called because of LASTS LONGER!
the world. Yet a legion of white ;I is the proud owner of the first Florida East Coast Car Ferry his father. He was accom-

ob'ervl'rhave returned from the 1936 Ford V-8 to be delivered in panied by :Mrs. Hewitt. .
Orientsince, bringing thent'w!' Key West. Company.J. ffC I L1 1 ICE REFRIGERATORS j

that (hma t Nottageand
Made of all metal equip
fnrntlU! to the Japanese who >
a home at the head of the who was in Key West for a short _

wrest tneil from.and are her a tTl large trying:share-of to island and is now making Key department-Ed. Russell P. and of the O. S.carpenters S. Company visit after spending a while the Floridafor in Havana I TO OUR !' r-, 'iffeddbq2 1'D1)' ), ped with WATER COOLERSThey're

West his home. left last on
than she doe toward left last night on the, flor- Economical I
her territory: MVLawson is loud in his praiseof ida for work the Miami en route to join Mr. I r;> 1.t3I
the Americans carpenter on I .
the English
the new Ford product and as a ship and will afterward to Port Tuck. who left by plane last week Ii ((1b
the Germans, the Italian.and go i 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
man who made the study o'f machinery for Miami.
other Result of that has been Everglades for work,.there. Satisfaction .
his life's work.. he claims : I 'iri i 4
somethmc approaching a concord Gala Halloss e'en Dance tomorrow
between Tokyo and Nanking gov that Ferd now brings the public aVtype I I A' 0. Elgin, custom 'thoase -VERY""'" each of our J'1- Priced at !! J
that is in class" by -
engine a
broker wfll be I
ernmentVhites have definitely and agent for a number of s receiving an '

'lost (act'"* in China-they are itself in value, performance and clients in the United States and Still Coughing? invitation to our Wedding; and : -
$30'and $35
satisfaction 1
mistruxu-il. disliked. feared. The Cuba, left on the Florida last **' It-
Chine-. believe that they talk night for Miami where he will establish No matter how many medicines we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.NafunU1. .

make ine promises and then do For Jerusalem Ethiopians a oiVrimageto offices to handle the busi- you cold have or bronchial tried for irritation your cough, you chest can : EASY TERMS\ -10 DAYS tkF

nothing They believe that the is a religious duty ness of his clients which has been fret relief now with Creomulston. you want your Wedding Invitation to be the (IHi II I FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
[and cover many ,.ins. I II Serious trouble be
brewing and
dole Mh.u.. ; ambition is to exploitthe ---- I you cannot afford to take a chance very finest; and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect: our

'-ources, human and materIal -; Gala Hallowe'en Dance tomorrow I Gala Hallowe'en Dance tomorrow! with anything less than Creomul- remarkable line of Steel Engraved Wedding invita- I ICE CO. 11k'
<>i' the black and )'eJowpeople slon which goes right to the seat genuine
-. !I SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT I of the trouble to aid nature to tions and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 1935- 1)1) '! 1 INC._ _
soothe and heal the inflamed membranes I
Thi. -nation i* l particularly !'C!'- CheCoIds -on- as the germ-laden phlegm Phone No. 8

riou.i England. If. as Du I WAVES is loosened and expelled : --
Even if other remedies have
Bo; al: 0 pointed out an understanding I
withoutdosing" I rwo Permanent
ziw I. $5.00 railed, don't be discouraged your
between China and Japan for druggist is authorized to guarantee CITIZEN BUILDING
clones Asia to white "aggression". y VICKS Better Wave, $5.00 and np Creomulsion and to refund your
money if you are not satisfied with
I MRS. MILLER I results from the very first bottle. I _
Gala Hallowe'en Dance tomorrow" .STAINLESS( now! -ityov prefer I
407 Seuth Street Phone 574-J I Pet Creomulsioa right now. (AdrJ


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xml resolution
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