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 25, 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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Associated Service.PreY Da y Wire Wt C Key West Florida, baa the

For 65 Years Devoted to the b'i rp t ttt3dn most equable weather in the

Best Interests of Key West country; with an average>
range of only 14 Fahrenheit


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Most Of Firing On National RUTH BRYAN OWEN\ Announcement Made Of Several r MONROE COUNTY Congressman Wilcox Due To


Political Front Comes FromAntiAdministration MINISTER TO DENMARK TO WPA Projects For Key- West, NEW STATUSHAS I Arrive Here This Afternoon

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Forces NOVEMBER The Citizen is in receipt of, The projects for this city BEEN PLACED ON LIST ........................ -
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Associated Press dispatch include Representative Was Today

from Jacksonville per- Community Sanitation ........................
..a a.a..........s ..a... Ruth Owen. United WHERE FEDERAL PRISON- Engaged In Inspec
Faction Opposing Roosevelt Bryan I taining to the treasury warrant federal funds, $14,491.

'HIGH COURAGE'NEW States minister to Denmark, plansto issued for WPA ERS MAY BE KEPT tion Of Florida Keys
Enters Into Many I projects Community Service, $20-

I arrive in Key West shortly I in Florida, included in 931. And Bridge Route

Activities Bearing On \ SERIAL I after November 1, to visit "dear I which there are several for Improve nine streets, $24- Monroe county jail has been

CampaignBy II I old Key West and meet her many i Key West. 885.TWENTYTWO placed on the list of qualified

.. prisons wherein federal Congressman J. Mark Wilcox !-
Northwest Is Setting For i dear Key West friends." ----- -- --- u
is due to arrive in

BYRON PRICE Story By Jeanne Bowman I In a letter to several friends CANDIDATES QUALIFY be kept while awaiting trial.' West late this afternoon Key and

(Cold .t llmrrmm. lap ....rlalrd ........................ :she indicates a visit on or about For a long time the local prison

1-rr.. Ma..1..'..) Jeanne Bowman, author of November 1 in Tallahassee where j i FOR COUNCIL RACE FORTYSEVENIN has been on the disqualifiedlist remain over until tomorrow.He .
It is no accident that most of ;
I "High Courage," the new serial Florida University will confer on and offenders caught by is today completing an

the firing along the national poli-I starting today* in The Citizen, got her the honorary degree of doctorof i ; ALL ENTER COMING United States officers were sent I inspection of the Florida
front this ELECTION
comes at stage her laws. I, to the county jail in Dade coun-
from the antiadministrationside. I inspiration for this story Keys and route for bridg s

while covenng a murder trial in As soon thereafter as possiblethe -- ty.. lIE'a This information was rect
one of the important fishing and minister will come to Key I Names of all applicants who For Tax Collector-Assessor: Yesterday Deputy United States
Those who are opposed to Mr. canning centers of the north- West by plane and spend a few.were qualified as candidates in Sam B. Pmder. Marshal Ray Bush received notification by The Citizen in a telegram

Roosevelt need be in no doubt:j
.about their target. That he will! There her keen curiosity about 12, have been ordered Archer, George G. Brooks, Thomas yes.,advising him that the ban yesterday. The message read.
be the nominee of his party is 'places and people was stimulated I stances and the necessity I placed] on the official ballot. S. Caro. against the Monroe county prison n "After a conference her

conceded. That he will campaign by I her contact between trial ses- i in Washington on a specified I! This action was taken at a For Councilman: Pedro Aguiar has been lifted. with Mr. Porter have decide
lions with the Finnish fisher folk date, to leave the same afternoonfor meeting of the election commissioners Frank Bentley, Joe Cabrera, There' are now in the jail] five that
on his record as President f-.,
without .saying.. I found friendly and hospitable taL j ; afternoon 3 o'clock. The Cobo, Frank Delaney in Key West, and these will remain Washscton I will make

Thoe who are in favor of Mr.: 'not at all reserved and clannishas The many friends and admirers: meeting was presided over by Freeman, Willie Grnier, in jail, in all probabiity, un- personal inspection of tl

Roosevelt find themselves in a 1 she had expected them to be. of Mrs. Owen are planning to Ira F. Albury, acting chairmanin G. Hicks, F. F. Hoffman, A. H. til United States court convenes Keys and route for bridf

vastly different situation. They do': At once she was impressed with make her brief stay here as place of Carlyle Roberts, ill; Mclnnis, Roy L. McKillip, MarcosA. nary in January, 1936. in company with Unit

not know who the Republican i' the possibilities of a story set in happy as possible.PUBLICITY I t Pin- Mesa, Sr., William H. Monalvatge. MARK WILCOX States engineers. Will

nominee will be, or for what he:I 'such a locale and among such Luther Finder Frank O. I. HERNANDEZ Representative From This Cfir.t
will stand. They do not know ini/j people. The result is "High Courage LIGHT Offices and names of candi- Roberts (Pilot), Jim Roberts. District hand informationtale
I ," which tells of AnneFarn.worth dates to on the ballot are to Waihinjtro where
what direction to shoot. I'' pretty I John W. Roberts, J. B. Sullivan,
Furthermore, some of. the'! and her brave fight TURNED BY NAZIS ( as follows: J. M. Varela, Leo H. Warren. GIVEN HEARING: I will join Porter early part ok

Democratic generals believe the1 I!i I to solve the mystery behind the ON GERMAN ARMY I| For Mayor: Harry C. Galey, For Election Commisioner, Four PLANE BRINGS next week. Will arrive i in Key
Wm. II.lalone..
'inexplicable will of Luke Farnsworth -I
public aspects of the campaign: Years: Ira F. Albury, Benjamin t West late Friday and remain
[ the cannery owner-a will For City Clerk: Wallace Pin-
have developed altogether too I (ny ..: rrens) !t C. Roberts, J. R. Villareal. PLACED UNDER BOND TO BE 8 PASSENGERS over Saturday.**
'depriving her of the wealth and der. Henry F. Saunders.For
soon, and that nothing is to be)
lost position rightfully belonging] to BERLIN. Oct. 25.-The completeness Chief of police: Mrytland For Election Commissioner, Two TRIED AT NEXT TERM This is in line with the article
by keeping comparatively!
j the of the secrecy distinguishing -f 1 Ivan Elwood. Years: Frank Balbontin. JohnA. -
daughter of such Cates I
quiet for that an important printc in The Citizen of October
moment the first nazi rearma-. Collins W. J. (Sack) Pin-
I man. For Captain Night Police: Alberto I TWELVE LEAVE ON AIRCRAFT 15 in which Wm. R. Porter
Regarding Opposition Romantic interest abounded in ment steps now characterizes the j I C.mero, Harold J. Key. der. Gifford M. Roberts, William I
Among these leaders the conviction Miss Bowman's previous stories.I publicity given certain aspects of I I j Robert J. Lewis. Everett R. Rivas, F. (Cutter) Sawyer. YESTERDAY AFTER. aid that Co gresM.a Wilcox expressed -

is that it would be better' "Judith Lane" and "Marian Gor the German military forces. I j Laurie Roberts J. P. Stickney. The ballot will carry the names Ishmael Hernandez vas ar htiwaeii as tofeg at any
to let the opposition exhaust itself don." written for Associated Press*' Whole shelves and display windows For Treasurer: Wm. T. Archer. of 47 candidates and of these. 22 raigned in the court of Justice of time willing to dr anything

so far as possible, a year be papers, and it runs through "High of almost every Berlin bookstore 1 are candidates for city council. I necessary for the betterment of
I: are filled with volumes on the Peace Rogelio Cornea yesterday
Courage, to a conclusion which __ ____ Key West.
aspiants is happy for Anne and which sees '|!soldiering. Publications use thousand ------- .h. afternoon, charged with the Plane from Miami arrived this

nationtreaty..,themselves! and possibly justice the fishermen who I i'' of- words to tell about maneuvers theft of turkeys. morning with eigM passengers as ilr. WifcwuaHL<*t Miami
wear out their popularity inl have been abused by the came I I"" of quasi-military groups After all of the testimony was follows: Avery Johnson, Charles yesterday from Jacksonville on the

advance; and to wait and see. schemers who have tried to rob,like the brown shirts. in the committing magistrate i decided Roos, Harold Walter, Gertrude U. S. Engineering Corps ship
what casualties develop among the' her. Pictures are numerous of GOAL OF PROPOSED FEDERAL PROJECT I IDT Ribauit
Republicans themselves as the!I Miss Bowman had abundant opportunity I army, navy, and air corps heads. there was the sufficient accused evidence being Walter, Joe Cremata, George A. accompanied by CaptainP.
to warrant Ferringa acting district
j Large posters are offered for sales Clinch Sidney Monroe, Kenneth en-
various factions
battle for party) to observe closely the I I held and he under
supremacy. j lives and customs of these people showing the various kinds of uni ( '.-1.'.. Press) was placed Weatherwax. gineer with headquarters in Jack-
bond of for the next term
The lack of open Democratic while j rooming with a Finnish fam- forms-a subject thata few By M. L ST. JOHN 1 I the Georgia power Company,11 of criminal$200 coast. There were 12 passengers on sonville.'
effort does not mean, however!hiy. months ago baffled native Ger- AUGUSTA Oct. ?5.-A. which is cooperating with the development -j After a conference with Colonel

that the party's high command is j "Scarcely a morning passed," mans. : plans. The land once j I fh4 outgoing plane yesterday aft-I Georges\ ..Brfcwn U. S. engineer
inactive. Underneath j she "that the neighbors did One publishing firm has upper reaches was owned by the Savannah River'Electric l TAHITIANS DIVIDED ?rrfoon at 4 o'clock. On the list
a greatdeal says ant'I I I in chirge :
is 'happt ning. j" not gather around my series of 52 textbooks of the Savannah river is seen' Company, which planneda 1 ON AESTHETICS OF : were: Ralph W. Rider, Yvonne/; .of this district it was
State Activities cruits, reserve forces, and laymen similar development project ten Rider, Edna Ajec, Logan Nixon, decided tb< begin the study of conditions
dealing with subjects like military as the ultimate goal of the pro years ago.Between. CHINESE ELEMENT. thi:. morning.ANOTHER .
State the national William L. Barker, Lydia Barker -
by sate transportation, sanitation communication 2,500 and 3,000 men I 'I
Democratic planners are looking I camouflage, engineering posed $17,500,000 developmentby I would be employed in developing. (II? ".._I.... Fwr..t Elwood Johnson, B. SI I. Dun- -

into organization problems as and gas defense. the federal government at I the project. The government I!( PAPEETE Tahiti, Oct. 25.-I can, Wm. R. Porter, R. L. Bow, COUPLE

they may effect 1936. Magazines are increasing their would spend more than a million[I 'Old timers among French planters, Mary Johnson. Joseph Andrews.I
In most cases these problems circulation by accounts of anti- Clark's Hill, 21 miles above Augusta. -I dollars in purchasing the land.i; :artists and writers here are won i

center about a more or less routine hostess'I aircraft measures how soldiers and a similar amount in clearing ned over the influx of Chinese in- ; MAY LOCATE HERE

effort to put enthusiasm into live, soldiers' songs requirementsfor I : it for the reservoir. to the romantic isle of Tahiti. MENDOZA FUNERAL I !

established state organizations I military service, and the like. i iV.I'II"IAY'I".D The proposal has been received'I Levee Already Built They complain that the China-I t -
and them to for- ,
prepare move astute merchant and
favorably President Rooseveltin The money THIS AFTERNOON NEW YORKERS MUCH TAKEN
ward with maximum efficiency. I as.oae + t by I dam would be 100 feet;) lender adds a false tone to the

There are exceptions, however, the appointment, of a commission high and would develop about:|, local: color-so dear to artists and I I' UP WITH ISLAND

and Mr. Roosevelt's home state of RUSTY, PATTERSON I of three to study its possi- 600.000,000 kilowatt hours annually 'i i writers-i-and brings with him vulijjar CITY
New York presents one of them.In -a fifth of the current nowj OLD RESIDENT DIED AT
I commerce.
spite of Mr. Farley's overtures, I FAMILY PET,DEAD bilities' and report direct to him. i used in Georgia. Power could be';''[ "'Once'4eas'\Of,** grumbled an old-time I
e On his commission are CoL Earl : transmitted profitably into all of' i EARLY HOUR HERE
speculation continued whether ,
colonist, resident in Tahiti for 25
Tammany will come to a satisfactory :: I IJ' Rusty, pedigreed pet of, I. Brown representing the army South Carolina much of NorthCarolina j years, "there were only 300 r THIS MORNING "Key Weat is just the place

understanding with the I the Patterson family, died engineers; Roger B. McWhorter !I it is,claimed.To and two-thirds. of Georgia ese here. Now there are Chin.1 I we have been looking for and it

strong non-Tammany elements of chief engineer of the federal power : or one-fifth of the I I looks M gd we my make it
the i artv. Negotiations on that t v Y I this morning at the Patterson keep back flood waters, a They set bazaars in Pa Ii
commission and up i MrtHon JuttIA honx. We win be here
2:k Sherman M. great levee has been built at Augusta Mendoza age 90, died oUr
l point are continuing. residence, Caroline street. He I peete's main street and their shrill J until Jane, 1936, ami then de-
Illinois. Ohio and Missouri AIp Woodward, of the national resources but it must always be : this morning at 1 o'clock at his .
i cries disturb the serene, phil- "
among ithcrs.. have internal Democratic t II came to Key West 15 ye.ra committee.The + strengthened against the annual''iosophic I; quiet that makes our island I residence, 814 Olivia street. The I This was the UrteMcnt of
troubles of consequence. t I ago from the Airedale Farm development based upon flood of floods. The dcvastingj | a haven for seekers of, beauty I funeral will be held this after Harold Walter, of Syracuse N.
of 1929 threatened
to in-f ;
Kentucky just through an intensive ; the recommendations of the boardof I |and rests'e noon at S o'clock from the residence -\
I update the city. Damage to th t
Kennels N. Mr..Yalter
Spring Valley
gubernatorial primary cam- L. engineers has three- j Younger colonists scoff at the to the Catholic Chureh. ;
-- -.-..-... .--. ... army a I! Augusta area by the 1929 flood'
paign. i> torn oy irriiiwraiic factionalism Y. objections. They see in the where services wil be conducted' morning from Miami and within
JEANNE BOWMAN r point to make
and i is receiving commensurate program; availabl.I was $1,320,000 and to the city+ Chinese invasion possibilities of by Rev. A. I. Maureau. I'j two hours they were comfortably
attention from the( table for kahvi. That spotter I I During his life time Rusty an abundance of cheap electric 1 proper $480,000. 'The district en-', bathtubs, toothbrushes and hot lie is survived by one daughter,'' ensconced in a cozy cottage and
party ,peace-makers. kitchon. the gleaming window I I! weathered a number of poison power for distribution in eastern:!-gineer estimates the damage at(, water for shaving. Mrs. Julio Lopez, and three grand-j ready to spend the winter.
Further west California Democrat I panes festooned with hanging' :j; Augusta by floods from 1796 to\I\) French officials observe that' children. !j! Mr. Walter said he and Mr.
-- are split between old-liners I plants and looking out on the Pacific -I. attacks, and lived the normal Carolina I!': 1913 prior to the construction oft j i ii the Chinaman respects French The funeral will be in chargeof Walter had spent last winter in

and Sinclairites, and special reconciliation ocean the LIST round platterof span of a dog's life. He was I round channel for I,i i the ]levee, at 80.000 annually.. {! holidays and even "takes the Bas-) the Lopez Funeral Home. i; California. "Kwt 80 good. For
on and this into
does not take !
work is for- iced bi'Cuiti-al1 serve as a con- :
going j tille" with other French republicans I long time He had teen planning
ward. Louisiana and Georgia, in background for some of my happiest considened a faithful friend I the Savannah Riveff between Augusta -:j; 5ider. ion the damage to farms i in 1 j on France's Independence1Day. I a a winter in Key West and since

the South, have rival Democratic memories.. and companion; by the Patterson and Savannah, and to provide; I I crops and livestock and the July 14. > STEAMER CEIBA his arrival has concluded this is
factions so far apart that in spiteof "My home is full of their gifts flood control.Would vated areas above and cUlti-r Far from believing in a "yellow| ': the pfaee to tire.i .

present i>eace efforts two sets embroidered linen sets, handmade family, and is sadly Start at Clark's Hill I city The Savannah River peril," anthropologists say that I ARRIVES HERE!! Mrs. Lola Fit>MI spent e 1931
of delegates may be sent from lace and a rare birch basket more I missed by Miss Etta Patter -i infiltration of Chinese blood into : and '32, and \93Z a Mi 33 -a.on"
each state to the national convention than a hundred years old, which The plan provides for the construction ment board of which Mayor R. E. Tahitian veins reinvigorates the |i in Key Went fort did not spend
carried the r..t coffee into a small I' on. I Allen jr.. of Augusta is chairman i I
of lad last here. I to
a concrete gravity pare native recently con- !' ceaaen happy
Finnish : has been organized to VESSEL CAME IN FROM PHILADELPHIA -
AVisronsin. village. promote
ruled 1
politically by sidered write friends she will arriveIan
dam at Clark's hilt! creating a a dying race.NOTICE I.
the IxaFolK-lte Progressives, and Going on trips with the fio .I'.I'I'.I the development. ENROUTE TO I j nary 1, and apnd three monthI -
Minnesota, under a Farmer-Labor., men WK one of her most her-I 'lJrI reservoir area of 52 square miles. I I I Her letter read "I one dying to

covrn r. present still other organization experiences. She took to it The reservoir would extend about ADVISORYADVISORY FRONTERA, MEXICO get back to Key West."
once-which is naU.ial enough.t 37 miles the Savannah Riverto I I
tangles. The endeaorjther Any person caught shooting Mrs. Fubei Rids be accompanied
<- will be to get the local Progressive !i!( considering that she was born in j HABANA-MADRID CLUB the Trotter's Shoal site, 32 I'i 9J30 a. m.-The within the confines of the Golf by two friend, Mr. Howe and
and Fanner-Labor :i Tacoma and as a child sailed with Tomorrow miles up Little River South Carolina Course will be arrested Mr N Y.
or- Night i is central and pros Steamship Ceiba, of the LeaveNe. of Babylon.
irarmatmn to work in harmony!i, her father on his lumber schoon- GRAND HALLOWE'ENBALL and six miles up Brbad River -(,:: storm near ecuted. ard Fruit and Steamship Stand-I I They have made arrangement
I I er. to the foot of Anthony Shoals.!(Cape Gracias Nicaragua, moving
v ith tie regular Democrats for! I' SAM GOLDSMITH, arrived in port this morning take the Ceo. W. Reynolds home
Roosevelt I II I I : It would consist of the dam with!southwestward attended by near Pres. Key West Golf Club.PRESCRIPTIONS. o'clock from Philadelphia tookon 1 for their; stay.

'i spillway in the present channel j! hurricane winds at center and a fuel oil and stores at the Por- I
BENEFIT DANCEFor I Two Grand Prizes and a house immediately! I'
I CHOICE POULTRY j i!,considerable area of strong winds ter Dock company, and sailed 10
I the Phone below the dam. } f
.I Firemen Diamond I 220 For Reservations o'clock for Frontera Mexico. ,
Oroilerv Frvers. Hens Stags j The engineers estimate that, and squalls. Indications are the,
!i Ball Team Cuba, of the P. andO.
i iI Come to the most popular Steamship
I Yo .n) r>uk-. Guineas ando II ( I HABANA-NW CLUB I Night Club in the city and really 60,000 acres of land will be required .J!storm will move inland during the'! Just Picas 177 and we'll call S. S. company is due to arrive I $ca ram sard
f.r and deliver
"t Bone Roasters. jFulford's | October for the project, 36,000 of! next few hours over extreme! your
I Monday, 28 join in the Hallowe'en spirit early this afternoon from k
:! Del Woods' Orchestra which'will be cleared for the reservoir -, northeastern Nicaragua and Hon pr cn ptio AS.GARDNER'S. Havana and will sail 5:30 o'clockfor I .4UH
1 ,
Farm SCRIPT $ From Till ?
Poultry 10 dtor"j WHISKIES AND GINS
1 I Gents $1.00 Ladies Free I area. Of tiiis acreage, ai j duras. Further advices will be i isI!I Tampa, one hour earlier than
Phone 880 I Deliver substantial part is now owned byj J sued only if conditions warrant. j( under previous schedule.




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*ETe) :Sep SSest Citfcrn) WATCH YOUR MACHINE 1 The\ President Isn't the Only One at Sea! -By Talburt -1 I ITempera

Published CITIZEN. laity PLBLlaUI Except Sunday, CO. ByTUfci IC.L. :, Every prudent person who owns and 0 : 1.4-J -' ;;-- .

P. AKTMA\ Frealdent operates a piece of machinery is careful to
JOB ALLEN. Aaalataat B....... ......w c .** 1 tonight and Saturday except p'''
From The Cltlzeu BuUdtaff see that it is kept in good conditionThis 1 highest ....___..................._...__ ... 84' sifely light showers Bear the 5ouf' .
Corner Green and Ann Street is generally done through frequent in- Lowest I .. .____ ..__..m..___.... "_...__.. .76 last coast; slightly cooler in ,
dean .....- ......_._.. .84 tenor or central portion ton 11[' ,
Only Dally Newspaper County.2nter In Key. : TTeit and. Monroe spections to detect unusual wear and tear, /NOT ; : ai..M; :::=._=.:......-._=7 I Jacksonville to Honda Stra t
Fresh to moderately strong nOl"
-- to have the repairs made Rainfall'lesterdaY's
so as necessary j
: d at Key treat Florida, ;;second class matterFIFTY A I easterly winds and partly over
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before the machine actually breaks U//NNER./ Jusr strMTA east weather tonight and Satin
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The of ._:. 1 PEALzJ --- K.MJ j d..y. fossiMy watered showi i
Preee most important piece ma- 1 This rrf.rd esters :l-base
Metier ef the Asaeeiated
<....1..:; at ft _VI.rW thia w.r.l.a. J !south portion.
the for Aaaoclattd";*:*!.Catida Pre..of all la *..ew.xclo.dlnpatcbea lvely: entitled credited to wae tot chinery of all, however, is often sadly neg- \ ISSUE f=zsL Tomorrow Almanac t' East Gulf) : Fresh ..o Me..ter\
i, not otherwise credited In this paper and also : winds and partly oYt"rta8t; weatb.
the local new published here.'NATIONAL lected. We refer to the human body the ; Sun Sun rises sets .:::.:::::::'-:::::: 5:51 a.p. m.m. tonight and Saturday.

) ECtlCKIALASSOCIATION) machine upon which all joy of living de Moon rises ...._.. .- .. 3.4ft a. 111.1|

.. pends. 'Moon sets ..._...._...._ 5:13 p. m.Tomorrow WEATHER! CONDITIONSThe
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y 1935oJ '. Tides
I It is well that people are more and
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One Tear -..--_.... .-- -_..- ._-...- ____._110,W more getting the habit of having periodical ]High ........._._.. 9:28 8:&8 to mete southwestward and
Six'three Months ..V- ....-- 610 litOne physical examinations, even though theybe 1 1I Low.................." 2:52 2:35 i central this morning near t':"

Month _._.____. ... ..85e I health. By these llarometer 8 a. m. loJays Cracias Nicaragua attended ;
1Ir' .ltly _... A .20 apparently in good winds near hurricane force at r1 itcr i.
30.43.WEATIIEK .
disease; often Sea level,
examinations incipient may
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Made, known on application. be detected long before the person ex- 1,. FOQE CAST over a considerable 'area. T''

SPECIAL XOTJCB amined would have felt any discomfortfrom indications are that the Morn n I''
All ra4lr.. ftotieea. e&j 4s of thanks, resolution of move inland during the next f. \
respect, obituary notices etc-, will be charged for at it. This particularly true of diseases (Till 8 p. m.. Saturday) hour over extreme tMrtMa..t.. r
the rate of 10 centa a line.
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha which attack the internal organs such Key West and Vicinity tfener- Nicaragua and HoncNrat
revenue to be derived are & cents. line. I Pressure continues abnormal'
The itlsn: I I. ferum and Invites discussion ; as the heart, lungs, liver and kidneys. V
I h'gh in most district, Parkeiburg. -
of public Issues and subjects of local or generalInterest 1
but it writ not publish anonymous: communi Every person, especially those getting 1j1, W. Va.. and Louisville. K ,

rations. along toward middle age, should havea J 30.60 inches. Rains have occur .

thorough physical examination at least \ during the last 24 boars from t '
:outliers Plain States south*a> J
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST whether they feel ..w
once a year, any symp- to the lower Rio Grande Val: ;
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN toms of disease; or not. If no disease be .. I 1I' $Jt41 !now in eastern Colorado an i

satisfaction to know f .. 1 light showers on the east coa
found, it is a great /:
of Florida. Temperatures hay: '
1. Water and Sewerage. that one U sound physically, while a fallen over matt of the Atlanta

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main ing of disease in its first stages warn-I Fair and East Gulf States, with fri">",_-
to obtain treatment which may e. ing in New England; while wain
land. .. : and weather prevails' from the Dakotas -
fair Saturday
ally tonight ; cr
progress and materially prolong his life. :;: .,..c ..,
S Free Port. frr"h northeast winds.: eastward over I
Most large life insurance companies Florida: Fair to partly cloudy Lake region.

4. Hetela and Apartments now afford their policyholders free medical -
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I 5. Bathing Pavilion. examinations once a year and this

6. Airports-Land and Sea. privilege should be taken advantage of by .- 1
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7. Consolidation of County and City ajl means. If no insurance policy be car- ; Mrs J. :M. Holland, Wm. R. Porter -'! ........................

I Governments.It ried, the fee for such an examination is KEY WEST IN Robert H. Givens, Jerry Today's Horoscope i it. i
: Trevor J. L. Dr. J. ..M.i .i
small and may save much suffering and ex- Stowers. i CONSULT YOUR BANKER
DAYS GONE BY ;>i Renedo and Edward Goerk. le..e..e.a.ooceeoeee...
pense in the future. Watch jour human !
takes a policeman to make a crim- j Today's force centers on the in-
Happening Here Just 10 Year
inal think of the law. machine. Ago Today A* Taken From i Editorial comment: The best j t tillecttial faculties, and the mind ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMSThe

The Files Of The Citizen I joke of 1925 is Key West with i m remarkably strong studious,
Senator Norris wants to abolish the LAST OF THE 600 I i four daily newspaper. | .-elf-contained and lofty; in some
eases becoming mystical. Then
electoral college. Might as well, as It has Thirteen stores are being I I, is not much use in trying to guideI
;, JMiss.Eola Finder enS rtamed
no football team. Although the famous charge of the erected on Grinnell street by The: the Saturday Afternoon BridgeClub I or control this nature. for it will*
Vic Realty company and a nuts work out its own regeneration. It
Light Brigade at Balaklava, immortalized -1 at her home South street
on ,
ber of others are to be erected in. will look forward with confidence First National Bank of Key West
It is said some of those Ethiopian by Tennyson, occurred more than 80 years other parts of the city. These Hits Jane Curry was the winnerof : <.IK! UH lion- will be generally I.

tribes are so heathenish that they never ago, on October 25, 1854, the last survivor stores are being built on the i the club refreshment prize, a vanity case. A I justified. I
dainty course was,
try to reform their neighbors.The of that "gallant six hundred" died not va\:.anii ground near the ConsumE'r's -| served during/ the afternoon. Pre- Member of the Federal Reserve I
Ice Plant which was purchased Subscribe to The Citizen. II
long ago. I cent were Misses Margaret Boll,i
some time ago by the Vic I
Ruth Cash Helen Williams. :Maryi
weather in Ethiopia is divided into He was Edwin Hughes, a sergeant company. There will be nine i I
i Li htbourn. Jane Curry Louise: ; ,
two seasons, "light rains" from Octoberto major, who until his death received assist- stores on Grinnell street three on" Falk and Mrs. Luther Pinder. I t BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Caroline and one at the corner of FUNERAL HOME Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance
June, and "the rains" from June to Oc- ance from a special fund raised for vet- Caroline and James streets. I
tober. erans of that heroic charge which was an I The wedding or Mrs Emma L.I.1 Serving Key West Corporation ,
[Robert and Sidney Thompson will : Half Century I
incident of the Crimean War in which Arriving from the north I
yesterday be solemnized tonight at the home I 24 Hour Ambulance Serrlc I
Lest we forget-in 1914 Mussolini\ Turkey, with aid from England, France morning were Senor' ,>f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson. ; 1 Licensed EnabaunerPhone
Clemente Vasquez Bello and Mrs. I.I.i Ii
i 135 Night 6961 -\\
urged Italy to join the war, for he was and Sardinia, defeated! Russia. Bello. Senor Bello is president of! 607 Gnnnell street. The newly -1 I 1V.
wedded couple will leave in the
then a Socialist and he hoped that out of The Light Brigade, composed of 673 the Cuban Senate. In the part I morning: for Matecumbe where, -- ---. --

the-war would come the socialrevolution. British cavalryman, charged the Russian also is Cayetano C Quesado they will visit with relatives for
Cuban consul general Washing.I
i field artillery over a distance of a mile and ton. one week. I
They will remain here until -
"Travel broadens the mind and flattens : a half, losing 247 men and 497 horses in 20 this evening when they will I
The Ural Estate
!! the pocket-book," the Key West Citi- minutes. They cut down many of the : leave for Havana.An company Shrout-Piepcr is opening: an office at

zen recalls. Which in turn shortens the Russian gunners, but were forced to retreat -. the corner of Duval and Caroline

travel, creating a round circle of which in disorder. Their dashing exploit arranged excellent for program tomorrowat has been street J. W. Shrout, one of the
Day members of the firm has been ir
rent gougers should take heavy note.:- raised the morale of the allies, however, I the army barracks. There will the real estate business for a number HOUSEHOLD GOODSOF

Miami Daily News.If and diminished that of the Russians.A be many athletic events to be par I I of years and was recently in

few days later at the battle of Inker- ticipated in by civilians soldiers California realty. He has investedin
and sailors. *
The event
are opento
the non-property hold. r thinks he man on November 5, 8,000 British held 50- all who desire to enter. All of Key West property.The .

is nit paying any taxes and glibly states 000 Russians at bay in a hand to hand con- the prizes, except that for the tug QUALITYA
school which
new basses
he is not worrying about the taxes becausehe : flict until the French arrived and routed of exchange war are in offered the the post arrived a few days ago were put

has none to pay, let him cogitate the 52 the enemy. Then, after a year's siege in operation this morning transporting

taxes on bread alone. That explains conclusively during which the allies suffered untold Key Westers will soon have the the many public school'
I kindergarten children to and rot;
the high cost of the staff of life. hardships, the great fort of Sevastopol was opportunity outstanding to hear some of the the school house. The busses! art Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Visit

evacuated by the Russians and the'ar music of the country f operad-d by Victor Lowe and Pan'! '

The Point Pleasant (N. J.) Leader on was ended. It was during this f>siege/that through Key: West the Art organization Society. Is of is the the t Archer Our_ Store And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY

October 4 published a two- column articleon Florence Nightingale organized the -first" air of the society: to fund or underwrite HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There. .
the rehabilitation of Key West and em- nursing system in military hospitals. t the events of the organization -01
to defray expenses and totills
bellished it with a quartei-page! cut. Point Thus, while the charge of the Light { end a drive will be started tos@Aue : x j ItroZe&

Pleasant is the northern end of a contem- Brigade was unsuccessful-i1-was floral patrons and members who ,

plated inland water way down the Atlantic victory which probably turned the tide of will purchase tickets in advance of}t FLORIDA
the presentation of AND BROOMS: GARBAGE CANS
programs' MOPS\
Tim island city has much in common with a stirring memory that Edwin Hughes car- society: :Mrs. W. R. Warren, Mrs. i TI. GEORGE

the New Jersey seashore resort. I ried with him during his long life. Clark D. Stearns Mrs. Andrew WASHINGTON COOLERS
AWler, Mrs Norberg Thompson -,. ':: V'- KITCHEN WARE
sacs,Mod dM
The amateur hour of Major Bowes on TEACHERS AND CUPID "...ra.III.'. Lraalaa i ..nY..Idbf.f..tLIr J }c .,..
the radio elicits more applause and causes; THE SEMINOLE if it f GAIAGE.d..u .r CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

morfc enjoyment than that of the professionals Discrimination against women schoolteachers i t 1Atts.sza.sor' !+

\, no matter who they are and that who marry has become wide- 'frV4 iI T1.

should make some entertainers very jeal- spread and the American Federation of A G4F eAF MAYFLOWER 300I......aearmd 'I IRONING BOARDS

ous. The program is dedicated to a dif- Teachers is marshalling its forces in their r I>>i t. I stuns I

ferent city each Sunday night, requests r le 4 ij s wrrwa..3C..

therefor coming from various cities. :Miami behalf.They ask the pertiner.t question: &;Z5'S IA GAIAGE.irel CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE

has been clamoring for recognition and "Why should teachers be barred from their

may get 'n'the air'towards the close of profession when they marry, while stenographers I FtLAGLERIn \

the year, _if the gods are propitious. bookkeeper clerks and other ".rk.nt.. FUrlda j Im.Bi.rasr...+.r. VVt I ALL KINDS OF DISHES AND GLASSWAREDinner
ntt* B. f.RI-VFR. Mmmmfft
rJ! women wage-earners. are not subject to discharge -' A human home-like Institution!!

Despite the severing of land connections for this reason, so long as they acceptably here_,_.r....YOU sad will..find'.r..yr'._..1..1..1' a mat 5. 4 dri VGA.AGI "' Sets, $1.00 and Up "

-. with Key West, Judge Hitter will perform their duties?" tcr of great Importance. I IATESSicO.J .
hold U. S. court as usual n the island city Among the champions of the married A steel fI..r .n.I.C lasted -

the first week in November The judge, teachers is Mr*. Helen Taft Manning, In Ike beard-.r Ito ell,. 1i i

clerk. deputy marshals and other attachesare daughter of the late Chief Justice Taft. Every Room with Combination Tub t
and Sbower Radio,
expected to make the trip by plane. she herself holding the important positionof I Ceiling Fan. Slat Bath.Door for Summer Electric *

Prisoners who are arrested in KeyVest dean of famed Bryii Mawr College.To Matlrewie Ventilation*, of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Construction with- Fri fx

and must be brought up to Miami are be- a fair-minded person it would I Lam pa.and Individual ReadIng -i i131i1tRl- Ik.7.v t I South ''Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

ing flown back. Five aliens arrested appear that the only test which should be RATES I

illegal to in public __.. _.... 1I1.'e.. I Tl. GEORGE WASHINGTON. White and Eliza Streets
shortly after their allegedly entry applied anyone a or private IS rte R!<__., Private Private Bath BathKeaama. _.__ 5::. s!I tOO .....Bilk I.d..J $!...,. Phone 558
the other day will be given an air ride; position is that of fitness for the duties to ee Private Bath aAs ass 0.-dl .... sass r_.r......ast..r.a
84 R.*,.. Private Bath 2.11' .1..m.In_ad_.1e4 "Yo home is worthy of the best"
north-for deportation.Miami Daily L performed and the willingness to perform I. Sample R_.. Private Bath ..... RATES SI.OII we.. GAUGE twat _

News. J i them faithfully. !LIGHT INCREASE OCCCPAJICT FOR DOUBLE I 1 4ml: '__I .:'..:::. J

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Chapter One tains blue with the mist of the approaching OVER BEACONS BY i' The BUST Bee Bakers and th:

BEFORE THE STORME storm, and to the south, a Firemen's diamondtMtll ten w i
-"' / roof-splotched hillside with wharves I SCORE OF 5-4 I cross bats tonight at Bay-Tier;
fishing fleet was coming in from the drift
; win
f piers and canneries-fringing the I Park. Batteries be: Walkerland
I < scurrying in before the storm gathering ,
river's edge. --- --- | Gabriel for the Fire fighter>

over the Pacific like a flock of frightened Quietly she stood and looked .. ........ ........................ \ and Ward and Albory for the Bak
birds. Anne Farnsworth gripped the brass the lowering sky the at { SENIOR LEAGUEORGANIZED I 1..D iNGS. i) I! The By JOVE) j ers.
:;..0" hand-rail which brooding hills AROUND THE I GOLF Administration ten again .
ran around the top of the and stormy water conscious of aa 1' LINKSI Walker is the boy who strucj ',
: __ cabin cruiser Ahti, and watched it with awakening within her. a recognitionof I'I LAST won from the Lighthouse outfit. j out 17 batters in one game and

del'ght.The this land as her own. Tense I.--- .y.j I' They defeated them yesterday whiffed 12 Funeral Home- men n

trawlers, slim bodied, rode the nerves relaxed, nerves keyed to the (By afternoon by the close score of"{his last appearance on the mount
,i _...... .
"waves like seabirds the I NIGHT AT PARK ** The fans InxnriWard well. H'
; gilnetters like pitch of the debutante Who la --------- -- - - ; - 5 to 4.The. |
squat gulls, and behind them, shooing them whirled Into a first season's mar- I I | The final :score being 10 to noth- has won fOUT 'out of Ms!( last fi
forward like a gigantic mother bird camea riage. l I 1------------------------j ing. The; zero part was not made victory carried the FERA games and will try -tonight to per

freighter, black smoke curling forward "How does the Columbia compare PLANS COMPLETED FOR NEW by Li, so he claims. aggregation back into top place,(, another' in the win ceh ftn.I .

unruly queue.o with the rivers you saw abroad last I voted the day an ideal one for !; but this time the Administrationboys The contest will ret under wav:
starboard loomed the high fir covered bulk of Cape year?" Luke called. SERIES TO START MONDAY golfing_0r any other kind of sport I will have to chare the hon at 7:45 o'clock yharp. Lights will

ipointmenf. to port the oily green of the Columbia Anne turned towards him- I' you might wish to indulge in. In-I And because Curly-locks Josie!! ors with the High School club. go on at 5 o'clock.

r's mouth and smothering all of it in blue, was the "Queer. Dad but I feel as though I NIGHT; UMPIRES: CHOSENBY i i i cidentally a few meals were won Lopez had to work Mr. J. R., The Beacon boys started out al-

'which tcld of approaching rain. I I rm only Just now coming home VOTE -but on the other hand just as : Stowers Grandpa) took Ike Russell !I' right by scoring one run in the The prosperity of the eastern

Jke 1tcuthterr Luke Farns-,. I She saw a quick glance flash between many were lost. So now we give! I for a partner and gave Pete first inning and added three more Sudan and Egypt is largely dependent -
fi worked his way around the her father and mother and I. you the story: | Taylor to Sam Goldsmith. In addition -: in the second, but the Office crew on the Ethiopian rain
of the boat to stand beside the "Do you dislike Uncle Lee that hastened to reassure them. "Not 1 I I the bargain( called for Sam: started the victory ball rolling m I fall.
|white clad figure of Anne. muchXot that I don't love our Portland home (By JOVE) I and Pete to pass over a stroke on their half of the second frame' by I
|ore It, Dad." she caroled above Uncle! Lee he and Aunt but yon remember I spent my first I The Senior Diamondball League It seems that Doc William Per-*each and every hole. And now, riving; it three big pushes and then ......

- wind and as the Ahti dipped in- :Mabel are Just good-natured editions six years here and now that I'm meeting was held last night at cival Kemp to the "Pullers" team f Sam and Pete know how Daddy; shoving it twice more in the sixth i..p.() i1fi
J trough then rode to the crest of of Dad. sans his courage and brains I back It's as though I belonged here. Bayview Park. Clem Price, Rte.I I know exactly how to pick 'em. Sawyer lost his barbershop to inning to reach their goal.

live. -it's like flying. but the '_-laIC'. really believe Aunt I mean here on the water watchingthe reation Director, presided, and{I Because he took Eddie Strunk I It Bob. It wasn't all on account of i iBob's At bat the leaders were: D. Navarro -
'ou'd better get back In the cock- Charlotte hates me, and whenever fleet come In-" I '
for a partner (and it's a darn and Barker for the Office t
|before we cross the bar. or It Tom Farley looks at me I begin I "See the j I Arthur Sheppard acted as secre II III t superior playing but to a ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY
canneries? broke In good thing he did, too) and together little known thing called 'business boys, each with two safeties in
be like swlmmln .One wave and searching back In my memory for Farnsworth
gruffly I they beat Bob Spottswoodand three times and Billie De-
white slacks-" some secret sin I must have com- tary.Four acumen. And has Bob gotit up
Ir. Farnsworth." Old Captain mitted. And then there's "Shar- Anne swung the glass back to clubs were represented at 1 I, Melvin Strunk by 3 up. Hi; The final score was 3 for menti and Archer for the Beacon ELECTION, NOVEMBER
focus as the AbU nosed In towards (
who the lee'" the meeting: Lopez Funeral Home, seems that Eddie, was right: in his I Bob &: Ike and zero for Pete &: crew. 12. 1935
ran Ahti. thrust ahead Astoria. She soon caught sight of I element during that first round; Outstanding; in the field were: ........................
led from a forward port- Sharlee Is trying Mrs. Farns-: the huge silver grey letters on the Busy Bee Bakery Firemen and a ,I Sam. I
when he shot a 40 during: they i __ A. Demeritt and Archer for the For MayorDR.
team named Art's Barbecue. I I Ir
y mtt :; :;/f..4e new i. gale. Which shows winds do not II Lighthouse ten, and J. Roberts. H. C. GALEY
"Wrinkley" Ingraham represented r r worry Strunk. Also Eddie had! The last foursome finished the: Wickers and D. Navarro:: for the

the Embalmers,Theodore B. E. most of the skins, but Melvin was ; game by candlelight. It seems Administration outfit. For Mayor

3 -r ,.. W "+ Albury Brantley the the Firemen Bakers,and Arthur I not far: behind. that Charlie Ketchum caught a'' Score by innings: R. H. E. WM. H. MALONEFor

aeww 1 2w ss -6"sr. :7r"" x ;y '.4r Overbuy the ten from Art's Bar lightning bug and tied him to his Lighthouse 130 000 0-4 8 4 Reelection

I becue. I Mr. Timotheus Pittman took ;i iI ball so he could find same. The, Administration-
last 2 holes were played by hit'' 030 002 x-5 9 2
Over 400 diamondball fans attended I the place of the Postmaster and For CouncilmanDR.
Batteries B. Demeritt and Pel-
1 : and and hunt and so we find :
teamed with Cookie Mesa
the meetingwhich was up t
licier E. Roberts and Rueda. ARMANDO COBO
that Hollon Bervaldi and Chas.: ;
And together they licked Bill Ma-
called to order by Mr. Sheppard. -
1 I The first item attended to was I lone (Hayor; ) and partner. Berlin ; Ketchum were defeated by Otto The monastery of Debra-Damo For: Councilman
Kirchheiner and Louis Pierce. ,
Sawyer. Berlin claims the reason II j
the playing of games. It was decided a celebrated Ethiopian monastery, CLIFFORD G. HICKS
the future they lost was because all during Originally the makh was arranged;
to hold in -
I I is located west of Adigrat.
but after much
on :Mondays, Thursdays and the match the Mayor was telling differently argu- For Councilman
Fridays. Manager Albury made I''I him to get out his money and ment it was changed. And I am
Saints and angels are highly MARCOS A. MESA SR.
afraid wishes it leftas ,
someone was
secondedby i off the opposition. They were ,;
this proposition and was I I if not in
revered adored Ethiopia
sailing along fairly well but sueI was on account of he wantedit
Manager Overbey. I I I
but images are forbiJden. For CouncilmanJIM
that the first graven
A schedule of games was combed to greater putting (?). !i, way in place.
ed, the first of The last score was 3 for Tim &
game adopt-I I The coffee produced in Costa
1 t t't Mesa and 0 for Bill & Daddy. '
bring together Art's I
Some of the regulars were not Rica is virtually all sold in Londonfor Police JusticeT.
and the Funeral Homers. among those present. It !seems'! special lends.
second game will witness the Busy I I Two gentlemen of a quiet mien j that Sam Harris is having "cat-I! S. CARO

Bees and Firemen. were paired together but they I trouble" at home. The other day I Curry Harris, Clem Price and ete.
a + '' s Each club will play the other I defeated each other by blaming "Chee Chee Chaw" bit him on the were otherwise occupied. For Chief of Police

once. The leader after the first the other with talking too long ankle and so he had to !see a doc-j MYRTLAND GATES
two weeks' of play will meet" the I' and loud. It seems that Li Plum-I tor. On top of all this "Fuzzy]j, The dinner tonight will he held

top team of the second two weeks' nier and Duke Sands got together Wuzzy" jumped down off the promptly at 7:15. ,So be on time For Captain of Police

..Z play. The proceeds of this game I I to try and beat Louis Crnick- I garage on top of Sam's automobile!I and you will still be able to keep ALBERTO CAMEROFor
sir air will be divided by the two clubs. ( I and he had to stay home and patch;! that date.

Mr. Overbey made a speech in 'Climb-ers I ) J the hole. William Pious Watkins I Captain of Police

which he asked the players to pull;! than meteorological was not!: was called to Miami to see his pall! Subscribe to The Citizen-20c ROBERT J. LEWIS

I together for the good of the game \'I enough to beat Charlie and Louis. -' and such guys as Russell Kerr, weekly J "Bobby"

and the league. j I'i _______ _u__ _____ ____ h_ ___ __u_ _u_ - -
Mr. Sheppard outlined the work

he has done and what he intends,
to do. He asked each and every !{

player to help him. He will tell -.
the manager of each club how the I

Anne was frozen with fear. league! stands before each game
and then read the ground rules- I FIRMS
hole" if I wuz you rd put back to worth conceded "but I believe she's sides of long emerald green sheds. Umpires were voted on and the
Astoria. That storm's not a comln' Jealous of you." Farnsworth Fisheries. Figures in
results follow: A. Castro three]
gentle.It's pilin up its meanness and "She shouldn't be. she's prettier high boots were moving along the
when It strikes, it's goln' to strikeS than I could ever hope to be. with narrow wharf hailing gilnetters put votes; Gonzalez two votes; Jim-

plenty hard. Them there fishtrapsyou her black hair and sky-blue eyes." ting in with their afternoon's catch. I mie Griffin, one vote; Natty! Who\ Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemFRIDAY

was almln' t' see are roun the "I don't know. Anne your brown While she watched, a boat sweptin I Saunders one vote; Walker one
cape and once you get 'yond the eyes and tawny hair will bold their : from the west turned towards vote. Therefore, A. Castro and

I beads therell be no gettin back tonight own with ber type of beauty. But the cannery float and as it neared Gonzalez were automatically elect:'i
,an' with ladies aboard" it's something else something you the heaving platform a voice sounded ed to be the umpires. I s{
"Blame it on the ladles you old have Sharlee would give anythingto across the water. In this connection, the Lopez Star Amencan Coffee
river log," returned Farnsworth. own-" ten decided to .withdraw from the ROSES
.Y tTiow-Hne.
ohon. to JOHN C. PARK
good-naturedly but Anne noticed "Meaning Rob Crocker The league rather than play with Gon- Has a last. a.d aroma that TIFT'Si.
into the
Instantly figure stepped
I his brow was furrowed with worry. girl's eyes twinkled with mischief. a zalez umpiring. Mr.. Price said
V of the and for i. Eoa.d iD good coffee
prow a moment as
lie hesitated another moment "Not being engaged to Rob. I can that fair and square selections had FLORAL PIECES A
It was etched against the water. It IHt that it'. CASH GROCERY
think of ST.aDd yoou CaD cars
then gave his orders. Tut in to a number of things quiteas been made and that a majority of q8 SUIONTON
made Anne think of she
the well desirable. However she does figureheads fresh because it'. bleaded i.
canneries try to make It the votes ruled. He said that if' SPECIALTY
had In
seem interested in him. doesn't seen pictures Viking Ships. 1101 Division Street
tomorrow. Coma on. Anne, we'd Key
the Funeral Homers did not care;
better back to mother she she?" The man was talL A faded tan '
go was I how he P L U M BIN G
to play, he did not see LARGO Ib.18c
afraid you'd be blown off. Anne sighe anything I possessed from a hat molded to his figure to blend with could help it, as the managers had I I' STAR, Its 25c; ,

ANNE left her post with reluctance to a husband. Which! reminds me. the bronze of throat face and balr. voted for Gonzalez. '
Then Gonzalez made great V. & S. 1tJ 15a and
a SOUTH Staple Fancy
For the moment she had Why. with my approaching marriageto Braced to the sway of the gflnet- FLORIDA
forgotten the mystery which sun Dad's business manager should ter. he coiled a rope over his bend, Restore. The elected umpire told'i DURO PUMPS Groceries

rounded this trip a mystery which he want me to study the cannery threw It to a piling head pulledIt Mr. Price! that he would withdraw STAR COFFEE MILL
seemed to strike apprehension to business?" taut then eased his craft to the in order that the league could i PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
some Intuitive sense.It "Suppose you ask him." her edge of the float riding at the continue play. He stated that he 1 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh

would have been fun. cooking mother suggested and nodded tow wharfs gangway.A I did not want to be the cause of PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits Vegetables
breakfast in the little galley, the ards the cabin from which he was moment later the Ahti pulled the Embalmers dropping from the i PHONE 597 .

three of them bumping into each emerging. In. Anne still vibrantly aware other circuit This action by Gonzalez
other as they worked at their respective Anne waited until her father sat harmony with the surroundings wa greatly applauded by all
jobs of frying bacon. boil- down then transferred to the arm her imagination excited by the picture present.A SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Ing coffee and making toast only of his chair and after a moment's the young fisherman had made. second balloting was hed in ; INSURANCE
underlying; everything had been that study of his face still lined with Jumped lightly to the cowling. which Oscar Capote was electedas Jewficly' 2 lba. 35c 1ur

feeling oi something unpleasant worry, repeated her questions. Luke Farnsworth looked up. the second umpire of the I Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib. 3Sc THE KEY "LtJ T

Anne slid into the cockpit and -I want you to appreciate your responsibilities "Anne! he shouted "wait tn we're league.: Yellowtail .. B-.. 2 Ib.. 2Sc Office: 319 DUYaI Street '
went to the broad arm of the daughter. he aa
fast. Daughter It decided that the decisions ''
was Grouper. 2 Iba ZSc
wicker deck chair In which her're our only heir and SUNDAY STAR
should Anne heard her father shout, but made on the field by the umpires i I
mother sat. She waited until her anything happen to usAnne's Snapper 2 lb.. tae gMattes
1 slim fingers his caught the note of alarm too late. would be final This was adopted TELEPHONE NO.1Sabseriptide
father had disappeared In the cabin pressed
Flab Z 11M. ZSc
The thin strip of water which she the four -
by managers.Mr.
lips. "Perish the
thought. and
then began: in a worried tone. $2 Per Yem
had sought to clear widened. She Price then closed the meet-
to hide the feeling his words had
what's behind this trip? FRESH SHRIMP .
felt the Ahti swing back from the Try Y... M..L AI
1 mean what's Dad's reason for awakened "by the time you two are ing. Large Select Oy.ters Key West' Only Sunday -THE-
push of her feet, saw the float rear
ready to leave
wanting me to see his possessions this vale of tears
J Fre.1. Crab Mt i. it fide
away on a wave, and for one terrifying sass Paper Dtlmonico Restaurant
well be fish
and learn the cannery business getting our by radio.
'Must there be a reason?" asked 'magine Dad. having a kitchen cabinet frothy of river. i Business Office Citizen .d..Mr Beer ----_ lie
where could cup green
you tune tn-
Mrs. Farnsworth. whimsically."Dad .
flashed like She LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis C Di......
never does anything with Anne Anne. chided her father, Thoughts sparks. HERE ON SUNDAYBy COMPANY .r. --
out a reason." Anne answered gravely laughing "how can I trust you to could swim. It wouldn't be so bad 1; PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------ &Oc. 7Sc. .adt as.I .
"and to begin with a trip to learn the business. Here take my after the first chill. And then she
someone else's Sills! traps when he binoculars for your first river view was frozen with fear for the Ahti
doesn't approve of the traps. Is sim- of the new canneries. would swing back to meet the float ( JOVE) I t

ply beyond me." and she would come up beneath one The two All-Star baseball clubs I AARON MCCONNELL Our Reputation U WrapPRITCHARD

"Aren't you enjoying the trip?" THE glasses In her hand. Anne or the other. that are getting ready for the us Flenia g Str1 JENNIE B. DE BOER
Mrs. Farnsworth asked. to the edge of the boat, A strong arm closed about her. t big Armistice Day game, will I ped in every package

"The trip. oh yes. but mother. If braced herself against the cowlingand (Copyrfg1&r.lus..1f1o... Bowman) play a practice game Sunday afternoon FUNERAL HOME
we go into Astoria will we have to focused the glasses.! She saw aswirl at 2 o'clock. I 'A \ of
dine with thr Lee Farnsworths?" of foam-tipped: water memoa Anne meet an old friend unex. The contest will be held at the, Th.
.. ,. pectedly, tomorrow.. I w.ta a DlpIEW. Spapatlaetlc -
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........................--I! ,'ain."t Russia-immortalized in I Street sma hdown of five billion Oscar Capote will manage one C.erts.yDONE

Today In Historyi Tennyson's "Charge of the Light dollars, Ties. Hooker, in White of the clubs and William] Cates I BY US NOTARY PUBLIC
: Brigade." House says country's fundamental ""IIiittitat.( the other.Cvo I :
.......... e..e.e.......I business on sound and prospeToc"I < will use Casa and Cwv: WATCHMAKER, JEWELNE-
191S-Germans in Argonne dam basis. boneR in. the box Cates will have AND ENGRAVER
1 i 1 ; Historic battle of Ajrin-j i rivers and flood country to check Bethel and Salinero. See Him For Your Nut Wcall: ARTMAN PDt' (! AA-- Senice -

01.l"t hlance-Erglieb won over. American advance.1922Provisional. 1932-GOT. Franklin D. Roose- The rest of the club for Capote I i velt, in one of final speeches be- will be1 composed of Pena. Ace-i ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen BleiK. LADY A1TEftDAKT

Parliamentof fore election declares be wagedwar vedo, Castro Hale. Jgarcejo anda Hoarse 9 to IZ-I t. tl CimeD Office

J8S4-Battle of BalaVlava Irish Free State adopts Con.. against the "four horsemen"of few thers. Cates' outfit will. P H 0 N E 5 1
n- boa Went s-.
0.- Saturday Nigbts p
stitution., Republican leadership"destruction include Griffin Ingraham. Baker,
Crimea, in l Turkish I
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delay, deceit and des Sterling, Gopher, Lopez and others -

where English allied with Turks 1929-Ts-c dayr: sTUr Wall pair." .. .. __ _.__ .



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Roe COl TV. IN CHA.NCt.Kl': ; :;
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Chapter 4& -it's In a terrible state of repair RUAT1IA rilEVO. his wife.Compl.lnant.. .CSCSCCC..CSSSS.SC.5.... !! Boston, explorer of Little Amer

he explained.*but I think you'll find Very Enjoyable Melody Hour A glance at the advertisementin ca, first to fly to the North !',-:?
Ear sIred Advertisements
CARROLLTONVATURDAY VS Afrtrmfrmt under this head
It has wonderful possibilities.' l burn Winchester Va. 47
that this issue for Mendcll's Exclu- F.rrIrsurhENRY at rears _ _
night came. Emily It's really one of the finest places In KVKKMKtRR a dKNKEMEIUR. will be inserted In The Citizen at I ago.

jL went slowly I almost reluctantly. the state.He had caught David'sname Presented Here Last Night sive Men's Shop will show that -whose! Christian: name. his the rate of Ic a word for each insertion -:

(down the stairs. the taffeta skirt but found in It nothing but every item lifted is of a Nation- unknown, but the minimum for the I Father. Charles; E Cough.3! cf

"swirling about Her feet. David" saw coincidence. I The twelfth Key West Melody I"Faust" by Charles Gounod, and ally advertised: brand. It will also i ORDER FOR pruiJCATIOS Defendants. : first insertion in every instance is Royal Oak Mich., radio writ

ler from the !living-room. and came David" merely looked"' at him.You're Hour last night in the Colonial I I**La Traviata" by Guiseppc Ver- show that there has been a : It appearing by affidavit appended born i ii Canada (of America>
'Quickly to meet her. lie was smiling. telling me? he said and Hotel outstanding I to the bill of complaint filed in 25c.
was an presentation
nice reduction made on the priceof parents*:e). 44 <".
but his hand upon the newel post got Into the car. of piano music. I i di. Both compositions were fr nI each item. I' the frndants above, henry stated Knkemncr cause that andEnkrmeicr the-d.-- Payment for classified advertisements years ag

betrayed him: it was gripping the Emily laughed as the car moved I dered in the Commodore's inimit-
It has been the recent policyof his wife whose Christian is in
This new men's store is now invariably advance ,
he had the best Intentions Dr. Hen> N. Russell ,f I
to tightly that the knuckles away. "David !ifcblc name is unknown are residents y
\jpoat the Hour Players under -; style. the: piano seeming to
stood out white. In the world Melody glittering with new Fall and Winter -I of a slate or country other than the but regular advertisers with ledger ton ynh.. fjfrned astronomc1
the direction of Commodore sing the varying moods of these merchandise recently received. State of Florida, and that their residence
"Portrait of a lady descending a Ills month relaxed and he grinned is unknown; that there is nopersun accounts may have their advertisements in New' "YVrtiy-JiA: )'car.- ago.
Mietk-: great
Matho Fridericus von compote's."Joyful
I of
staircase! suddenly. I The Winter models men'sI'uits : in the State of Florida the charged.
"That was rough. wasn't ItT m Liuba. II. D. W.. to present new I II P-ayant, a transcription arc finer than ever says Mr.McndelL service of subpoena upon whom '
She smiled faintly. "It wasn't Robert Schumann. would bind said defendants, and Advertisers should give their Ira C. O'pley of :
talent through the fall series of by played I I \
when 1 him He
meant to be. 1 hate portraits; con- apologize see again. I i that they are each over the age of newspaper nubhshcr, born i. -e.;
headed the car towards Carrollton.The Melody Hours. Another innovation -I" by Cleo Kemp, was a charming twenty-one :years street address as well as their tele-
scions ones.; 1 mean." pale gold of a February sun the recital within the frame variation from the heavier num I.....;;;; ;;; ...... 'i IT :IS THKKKFORE ORDERED phone number if they desire re Co., 111., 7letIasgo,

"That depends." he said "on the lit the rolling country through which of the concert was introduced I hers. This composition tarried '; !I be that and said they non-resident are hereby required defendants to sults.

subject of the portrait." He slipped they drove. Emily watched the fields successfully last night with the I I the melody in the base Mis PERSONAL MENTION appear to the Bill of Complaintfiled With each classified advertise Dr. Anna L 'vis i of the '

her hand through his arm and they and woods but her mind was seeing presentation of selections from Kemp phrased beautifully, developing In said cause on or before ment The Citizen will free ham College for&Vomen, the : -. '-
moved" across the shimmering floor ........................ Monday the 2nd day of December. give an Fed. of %Vomen'C'tUbS' ::
the ,
beside her; was absorbing three of the best known operas: I melody into march A. D U:... otherwise the allegations Antostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for .
to the living-room. every" detail of his appearance. from and one operetta. tempo with an effective ending. II. Stewart Leonard assistant of said bill will\ be taken as it. head. born at Po d. -

People were arriving" rapidly. The his sun-colored: hair to the heavy" After the Theme Song A Mel With selections from the operetta WPA supervisor of women's i confessed IT IS FURTHER by said defendants.ORDERED that 48 years ago. 1 1-. :

orchestra took np Its position In the shoes he wore. ody in A, played by Margaret I "Graefin Mariza"\ (Coun- work. who was on a business tripto I this order be published I once a week PERSONAL -
hall and began to tune Its instru j for four consecutive weeks. in the
His eyes were fixed on the flying of- tess Mariza by Emmerici Kal- William T. Sues
Zinaida von Mjetk-Liuba. she i i i ) Miami returned yesterday on Key West (Citizen a newspaper. published Ellis of :
The had discovered" (
ments. guests '
road beneath them and his
face was fered a sylphe-hke, andante composition -i I man the Commodore changed the morning plane. I In said County and State. STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS. 1 more,. Pa., journalist and rcllg!: *
the punch bowl and were already white and drawn. Panic over This October 4th.. A .
swept D. lU
"Petite' Chanson d'Am-I from the severe but melodious INDIGESTION victims why writer born at Allegheny, 1'..,J
grouped around it.David's her In waves: suppose she had been (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
our" by Erik Meyer-llelmund. I opera style to the lighter musicof Grover C. McCown. caretakerof ItOSS C ISA"'Vfn. suffer For quick relief get a :fears ago.
after In that he
voice said In Emily's ear: wrong all. thinking Clerk of
Beautiful and correct phrasing a gay Hungarian!; operetta. por- the Casa Marina Hotel, returned Circuit Court. free sample of UDGA a doctors -
The first and the last dances are wanted her;In forcing her presence Iy FLORENCE E. SAWYKR.
." upon him- It was a shameless thingto combined with pleasing legato !! traying brilliantly the different yesterday from a busi- Deputy Clerk. prescription at Gardner's! Dr. Constantine M. Pannnaic.

do-a thing she couldn't even work in this well-rounded presen themes--light, sad, romantic. ness visit: in Miami. KURTZ & REED Pharmacy.oct2.l7911.111618212325. the Univ. of Cal. at Los Angcj '
The orchestra began to play-a Solicitors: for Complainants
Cleo Kemp's third number was noted social scientist, born ,. .
throbbing. minor rhythm which. li! ; imagine Frances Felton's daughter octal; novl-8-15-:2 ,
all negro music seemed an echo of doing. The Commodore then one "Scherzo in D" by Homer N. Sidney Berkowitz returned yes 28x Italy[ 51 years ago.

the jungles heart-beat. David was Suppose he hated her for It, and of his famous Verdi Bartlett. A fine allegro schcr- terday by plane from Miami after IN TilE' COI-:NTV JCnGfTH CO\'RT.IN .

before her. wordlessly holding out couldn't quite tell her? tions new selections interpreta-I I ando, supported by clean pedal visiting for two weeks in Ocalaon ANIi FOK MONKUB COLT, WANTED

his arms. and she went to them witha And then for the first time In opera "II Trovatore." i work, this composition appealei business.B. STATE re: Estate OF FLORIDA.In of II

homing motion that left him suffo- nearly eight years, the car was turning one of the most beautiful operas I I S'md very much in its staccato and expressive LAURA CURRY MOREXO. WANTED etiance to bid on MENDELL'iExclusive

cated with wanting her. lIe closed into a driveway; was rolling it was played in typical Ital-i I allegretto parts. Deceased. your next printing order. The'
M. Duncan, consulting''en- To all Creditors Legatees. Dis '
his eyes for an Instant and brushedhis through an avenue of trees that led ian opera style, with intoxicating!I II I The program was closed with a' gineer of the state road depart- tributees and all Persons Marine Artman Press. ang7FOR Men's Shop
lips lightly across her hair. to the house like an aisle to an pedal effects and impressive andante j serenata by A. Amadei. ''Inano'o.Vain Claimsor Demands Against said
ment afternoon for .
left yesterday KstaterTou.
The dance was a great success. altar- cantabile parts. {I| .(\ ). Like Tanagra fig- :Miami after a short business visit ." and each of you are nete- RENT I MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUTS,

During supper the negroes sang. as I Moonlight Shad ws, a re- ;. Crines. the melodies danced under I by notifiedand required to pres at 16 oz. Oswege Serge, angle:

they had sung at Carrollton-this *TIE* stopped and before for the wide front verie by John J. Fitzpatrick. wa I i j the versatile fingers of the Commodore with his family. or any either(claims of or you demands, may have which againstthe you NICELY FURNISHED APART and double C"l 7 Kfl
time a spiritual! she had never heard steps a long presented by Cleo Delores Kemp,!I who then played the last I estate of Laura Curry Moreno, MENT.: with garage. Apply 827 I breasted ., __ .
before. neither of them spoke. They were bars of the Theme Song closing ''''me R. Porter, president of the deceased. late of Monroe County. oct19
who made her debut -last evening I i Duval street. MEN'S FELT HATS
gazing at the depredations that so I I First National Bank, left by plane I Florida to the County Judge of
I of
Emily the sensation of the its most successful recital opera
was short a time had wrought. in the Melody\ Hour as one of a :Monroe County Florida at his office
evening. She tried'valiantly to bide The house almost cried for paint: piano soloists. Her touch is very;!j music, made doubly appreciableby yesterday afternoon for Washington -'i In the Court House of said TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED S1.95 AND $2.95
County at Key West Monroe County
about two : -
to be absent for
the glow that David had kindled but the ornamental supporting num- Conveniences
bare Especially pleasingwas Florida within twelve APARTMENT. -
great smudges of gray dotted appealing. months MALLORY HATS every hat
men and women watching her as the fluted columns and defaced the her rendition of the melodyin I't hers. weeks. I'I from the time of the first publication porches. 519 Eliza- I guaranteed-
she danced with him.glanced at each: waltz. ': Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- I of this notice to-wit. October 523 South-
beth street.
lofty facade. The trio of this light Apply
raying fanlightwas the part 1935 said claims or demands
other and smiled a little wistfully. almost empty and an occasionalpane The next two compositions were I'"[ Liuba acted as :Music Director in Joe Cremata, who is makinghis 'f. be duly sworn to and pre- ard street. oct4 I $4.00, $5.00 & $$6.00
Dan home in arrived by nted to the said County Judge as I
Raynor hadn't come-a pre- of glass leered at them with an selections from the operas charge of this concert. Miami I
Tloua engagement be lied almost evil wink. plane, this morning for a busi- by limitation.or same will be barred FOR SALE II I SWEATERS; brand new shipment -
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convincingly." I The shutters had been torn awayto --- -- --- ness visit of a few days. Dated this 4th day of October A.I I I ; Cossack styles, tipper

When the last guest had departed I be used for fuel probably by Big Event At Raul's Arrange Big DanceAt I D. 1SJ5. DL CURRY MORENO, FOR SALE-Cow manure 40 i front; guaranteed CO DO.QSJ 7D

Judith yawned ostentatiously. the scattered tenants. The front II Miss Katherine Houston, of Key I II As Administrator of the Estate of cents a sack delivered. Adams : all wool -_u.u. ..

not even going to look at this wreck steps sagged dispiritedly and dead Club On Boulevard Habana-Madrid West registered yesterday at the i W.Laura CUKRY Curry HARRIS Moreno, deceased. Dairy, Phone 454. oct25-2t: J i iI NUNN BUSH Qrjf

age until morning. Good night my leaves and branches covered the ,I Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville, Attorney for Administrator. I FALL SHOES OO.IO

children." driveway and the porch.And beyondthe Everything is set for the big! The Habana-Madrid Club'sgreatest where she is spending a short I II ocHUIIInoYIIli;; -%%-%' PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed)II EDGETON FALL.u.

She went upstairs with Aubrey house stretched acres and acres Hallowe'en Ball to be held atRaul's :!! dancing entertainment I II I time visiting. I I I. 'I'llIrot.'TY arnog's'ol'ltT cards 125. The Artman I 11I SHOES -------------S QQ
of weeds and will take place tomorrow
whose about her sapling pines.Emily of the season
arm was waist. I ,I IN AM. Press ang? ,
Club on the Boulevard tomorrow 1 I FOIl MOMtOK CWL.NT1, : 1
Emily and David" were alone before forced herself to look at !(I night at the clubhouse/' Gala Hallowe'en Dance Tonight i KLOHIItt. :i rHOBVTK. I MEN'S PANTS a new se-
the living-room fire. David and the expression In his night. I 1 corner Front and Duval streets. I In re. Estate SECOND SHEETS-600 for 50c.;; lection-
left her cold with fear. She saidvefJ' Many have already made their I JOAQUIN DeARMAS.
Emily's heart was beating so that I eyes softly: reservations for the big Hallowe'en 1 I I Clowns and fairies elves and JAPAN CONTINUINGIMPORTS I I'' Deceased.! The Artman Press. aug7 ;' $2.95 u'Uci/Ll
she could hardly breathe but her :: goblins, kings and queens
I "Would like for to wait event. It is expected that prac- To all creditors and all
resolution was made. She said with you me j the imps will have one big time OF SHEEP I having: claims or demands persons PRINTING-Quality Printing at -OSOTO SOCKS SLOQ
here while alone attend will be in
In ? all who '
out preface: you go tically I[ with lots of fun and frolic from I said Estate: : the Lowest Prices. The Airman 2 pairs u_. ..u...__. .
I lie turned to her quickly and the costume although it is not obligatory You and each of you are herebynotified
David: why haven't you been to appeal In his eyes was an answer to to do I 19:30 until '? fly Associated Press) I[ and required to present Press. ug7 3 pairs Sl.OO

Carrollton?" all her doubts."I so. i i I They will no' doubt arrive ini SYDNEY Oct. 25.-'Japan can any claims and demands which you for ___. u u -

He wrenched his eyes from her1 couldn't stand It unless you change There in will the floor be a show complete and a I I i masses from their homes to theHabanaMadrid tinues to import: Corriedale sheep I or the eithf'r estate of of you Joaquin, may DeArmas have against deceased -I Gala Hallowe'en Dance Tonight I II PIONEER BELTS AND SUSPENDERS -

and stared Into the dying fire. "Be were with me." served.I : Club to participate $from New South Wales and it is late of Monroe County. Florida -
cause ire" been afraid. I'm going to Hand In hand they mounted the free polato salad luncheon in one of the grandest affairs expected that between 2,000 and 1 to the lion. Hugh Gunn County MONROE THEATER .
The program arranged thus far I Judge of Monroe County at his office I SOC 75c & $$1.00
morrow. unsteady steps and crossed the wide number!: ever given in Key West, the 3,000 will again be sold W Japanese In the County Courthouse In
will include specialty O'Brien in I
She said It quickly,while her courage verandah" dead leaves rustling under a ; management states. From the wool producers in the Monroe County Florida within one George CIIENEY Q1 f\f\\ \
Gerald Pinder and Gould Curry: year from the date of the first
by publication THUNDER MOUNTAINZasu
held. May I go with your their feet. David Inserted the j number of reservations already' ing hereof. CRAVATS Ol.UU
All claims
His bead came no. lIe stared at hea1"Y." key and then paused with his who will do the Shadow Dance. I i,' made this will be the banner dance Opposition year. of graziers' or com-j I not presented within and demands the- Pitts-James Gleason in MEN'S TIES.uuhu special attrac-
I .
her. unbelieving.You meanyou'dreally hand on the knob. Harriet Johnson has selected. the time and In the manner prescribed HOTTIP
of season. zations throughout Au herein: shall be tion. Come and see
go?" "Emily. I've got no right to ask several of the newest :dance hits I The many friends of Manager the export of Merino sheep' remains 1 by law. provided Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra them, they're goodp&o 25c

"I'd love It. more than anything In this. I'm going to be so beastly for her act and Baby Bennett will'Juan Carbonell have asked him toI unchanged, but the same Dated September 30, A. I). 1)1 : 15-ZOci Night: 15-25c -
the world-if you'd let me." poorHe might have been resum- give her version of a new Cuban: I ANA MIRA DeARMAS.
i I give them a Masquerade Ball an.lno attitude is not held as regards As Administratrix of the Estate:; of '--- -
-If I'd let youlIe turned away. ing a conversation" Interrupted a musical number. I I Joaquin DeArmas. Deceased.
doubt the club will be packed
staring again into the fire. She went dozen seconds before. Boys in Del Woods band will,' ; Corriedales.If ocHUIInoYII.U; -%:! I -
Quickly from the room and left him She shook her head holding his introduce the "Apache" Dance. 1;i to its utmost capacity. Eachj Japan were unable to pur- STEAMSHIP
I dance will be supplied with flamj chase Corriedales in Australia it
there. look with hers. 1 can think of so Reservations for the affair can | Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
ing illuminations. No expense has is pointed out. she could buy all
many worse things. Darid.Things., be made by calling The Citizen.i j! weekly. UNITED STATES FAST
drove in to Montgomery the for Instance like life with Edwin. ; been spared by Mr. Carbonell for she required in New Zealand or FOR
'phone I
morning; to get the key to "Besides." her eyes twinkled. "you j the assurance of a complete suc- South Africa. Gala Hallowe'en Dance TonightRAUL'S

Carrollton from a real estate agent.It haven't asked me-I've done It all my Tonight At t I cess of this affair and the cnter- Japan is not regarded here as* a I -- --- --- MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

was Sunday but the agent in an self. I'm afraid. tainment of the guests. serious rival to Australian breeders -

swer to David's urgent request. For the first time the veil lifted. Cuban ClubS I The dance will be conductedj]I it being pointed out that the :, ANNUAL Leave Key West for Havana on Mondays and Thun4aya.Leave

would meet them at his office at and she saw the toughing eyes of the 1 along the same lines as hereto'[Japanese, although importing:I HALLOWE'EN BALL Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and

eleven. and drive out with them. other David." Everyone is looking forward to!I fore practiced at this popular sheep for 40 years, have. made : Saturday, October 26 Fridays. t
David declined the offer. lIe could "You! he chuckled derisively.He .
the Gala Hallowe'en Dance which, dance club it is stated. little progress in wool production.Gala I I
find the way quite well he said into flung open the heavy" door and DEL WOODS' ORCHESTRA Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:90: P. M.
will held at the Cuban
the telephone. turned back to her and his voice be tonight I I Sale of tickets for Havana will 8:00 A. M,
Club Duval street. Social Club Hallowe'en Dance Tonight Complete Chance Floor Show stop at .
They left Morton Hall at half-past was suddenly shaken.
Pritchard's Masquetade Orchestra i Script $1.10--10 till 3 a. m. For farther information call Phone 71
"There's tradition about Plans Dance
ten. and during be drive to Mont- a family i checks
,gomery they scarcely" dared to speakor these things he said. And lifting'her will furnish music for the oc I H. COSTAR, A e.t.

to look at each' other. The agent Into his arms, he stepped across casion. Their prograVri of dance Officers of-the;;-Young Men's!, COLDS I : : -J.
6 666 6 6 _:
and .. _
was waiting at his office and in his the threshold. music will contain many of the Social Club have arranged for: KEY WESTCOLONIAL' -- ,

eagerness came with David to the TIlE END latest popular hits as well as1' old. their Annual Hallowe'en Dance to:, FEVERfirst HOTEL

car talking rapidly. (Copyright. ItSf by Marten Sim*; I favorites. be held tomorrow night at the: day

The public may come in'cos American Hall I Liquid Tablets HEADACHES' In Center of the Business
Legion corner 'the
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........................ : tume or otherwise. A large attendance .}I United and Whitehead streets, Salve N.N Drtps in 30 minute I and Theater District Of Ice"I
'BLUE SHIRTS'INj is expected to be on i states Mario Garcia, club re- "Like A Cake
hand when the dance begins. -' I
Today's ; REFORM CAMPAIGN .1! porter. First CIa.FireprfI -
j at 9 o'clock. PALACETim
promptly I Joe Catala's orchestra has been I Rates

Anniversaries I 1 cn.. ,t.;;.rIaf.dBELGRADE rre..) secured to furnish a program of McCoy' in I Oct. 25.-After Much Interest In {I dance music for Vie affair. I"l OUTLAW DEPUTY 1 COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
I the black, brown and other colored Hallowe'en Eventllallowe'en '
t.I 4-<'he>ter fewt.Congre-:shirts worn by political partisans I Church Circle Serial and Comedy Garage Elevator

gat,"nal preacher-teacher of New in ,various countries, Yugoslaviahas I -id
i Carnival being Matinee: 5-10c; Night: 10-lSc Popalar Prices ;
Lngland and the Univ. of Rochestr its "blue shirts." or "bor- ITo I Meeting F
the Second Grade
sponsored by
\ Y.. where he helped lay the bashi" as the movement is called ,
Classes of Division Street School I j The of the -- .
foundation. for the study' of sciencein | here. young people Ley -
will be spooky affair if present Memorial will assemble at ik kiNt.I
a i Church
the United States, born at Sheficlo i At a meeting of the "blue
plans are carried out. the church this evening at 7:30
< Ma-s. Died Dec. 15, 1867. I shirts" held at Zemun, their lead-
All the ghosts and their familiesare 1 it j o'clock, where choir practice willI
I!I er, Hodjera. demanded
expected to turn out and appear I be held, according to announce- I-
I :91YanUin Bache Philadelphia ;, an energetic anti-corruption campaign eJI InyaoiiTO :
in the Ghost' Parade. The''I j merit made today by Joe Cleare, I
physician and professor' of, and legislation; a reduction !
tennis court of Bayview Park will
: for the
publicity agent
rhemi I try. prcat-frrand.-on of Ben- ; in government and state officials, i organ-
1 i I be lined with attractions and Hallowe'en ization.A OURqffeddb2
lamb Franklin, born in Philadelphia and a slash of pensions to persons I'

(Died March 19, 1864. not actually in need of them. refreshments. I request is made for a large -

II lie also demanded that effortsbe ( attendance as the singing program I

1 795 -John P. Kennedy Bal.Inlor made to "recapture" Yugo'Iavia's Benefit Dance At J for Sunday night's service; will be 1!,
I arranged, with practice of the
!' which have' HabanaMadridThere
( *' lawyer
congressman, secretary '
of the navy, a novelist and I fallen into the hands of foreign : various_ numbers to_be held. "TTERY soon each oft our m'FOODSTUFFS

author of note in his day bornin | capital. will be a Benefit Danceat friends will be receiving an

Baltimore. Died Aug. IS. the Habana-Madrid Club on O kept in our all metal: ICE
Gala Hallowe'en Dance Tonight;, \COe \et\\S invitation to our Wedding; and
1870 : Monday night, October 28. under '0)0t REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and

1 1j the auspices of the Firemen Diamond \ \ te"O o IT we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get." i healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
j the company couldn't keep up \,, "
Ball Team. vl' ice. Our
I Refrigerators
doubly heatproofand
P100 -Thomas B. Macaulay.! \C\\S are
with him. Ohio auto manufacturer ,, i
Music for the affair will be furnished be the
English hi to an-essaykt. born. ambassador to Poland, born I Naturally you want your Wedding to absolutely airtighL
by Del Woods and his or-
Died D t&. 28, 1859.iX2Johann ;; at Canadaigua N.ji'. Died in I chestra.;; Reservations can be .very finest; and that is why we arc inviting yon to inspect our I $30.00 and $35.00

Xew York City, Aug. 26, 1935. : made by calling the fire station. I remarkable line genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitaots -

; Strau: :. composer! author of the 18'JO-Floyd Bennett, army : I
Strictly Fresh Killed -on-
Blue Danube" waltz. son of a : aviator, associated with Byrd in''I i'"I' I Display At-
famed composer born. Died his expeditions, gallant and .heroic I WAVES \ THE ARTMAN PRESS

Jun. 3, \B99. figure, born near Warrensburg.,""I Fresh ""esternIeab and I fwo Permanents QCT f\f\\ \ Ice Inc.
I N' Y. Died in Quebec April 25," I Key West Kosher Meats I II i for _ SI CITIZEN BUILDING Company

I$7:4Ju.n: N. Will)*, Elmira,' 928.I I NICE FAT HENS 4, 5> 6 I Better Waves $5.00 and op
:N V'. bicycle !salesman auto't I I Bermuda Meat 1b.1 r III MRS. MILLER I PHONE NO. 8ywv

fat-nian who -..1<1 so many cars Gala Hallowe'en Dance Tonight: J. Calm, Prop. Pho.. .! 407 South Street Phone 574-J I


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