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 26, 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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Period To Celebrate Navy Day NAVAL COMMUNICATION WASHINGTON By HERBERT PLUMMER Oct. 26.-I fere never tics as with permits a practical his conception sentiment game. of to In inter poli-that Secure Funds For Highway, BridgesMUSICIANS

Senator Joe Robinson Democratic
respect he is much like his distinguished 1---- -
RESERVE WILL BE leader of the senate forgot all Republican predecessor --- -- -

Uncle Sam To Observe Annual I CIRCUIT COURT PLACED: AT DISPOSAL OF about that cherished prerogativeof pressario as the of senatorial Pennsylvania political, the im- STAY THIN OR QUIT Spends Day In Key West;

Event With Fleet I f CONVENED TODAY THOSE INTERESTEDTo senators called seniority when late Boise Penrose."I I To Join Porter And
grew up in politics" he i IN EDITH LORAND'S ORCHESTRA,

Second Only To Great he picked "Freshman" Joe Guffeyof says. "There was a timewhen I i Others In
; bring the activities of the there were 31 Guffeys of voting I Washington
Pennsylvania to be chairman
BritainBy I JURY DRA W AND INSTRUCT. Florida Naval Communication Re- age. They were all Democrats, By JOHN SELBY PLAN I '
of the senatorial and all voted in the same ._
WtED- to party's campaign pre laled I'rrs.t
ED TO REPORT ON serve the attention of the pub- } "
cinct. NEW YORK, Oct. 26.-Edith
lic the organization will transmit:: committee for the '36 elections. 'i
NESDAY MORNING Politics to him is both a hobby COOKING CLASS
WILLIAM S. WHITE I over its own lines Navy Day)! I and profession. He also likes'i Lcrand: who is a Hungarian violinist have
Or A.I.'.. Pre.., I Out of the 32 senators up for! a a comprehensiveidea
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26.- greeting messages free of charge)l reelection next year, 19 of them'; to read biographies hunt ducks: arid orchestra leader in spite HERE of the entire Overseas
Recessed term of circuit court from Key West to other cities in lI, are Democrats. Guffey's feat in,' and ride horseback. At Prince MONDAYi

Seventeen years after the chancelleries met this morning with Judge Jef- Florida. I I getting himself elected in 1934:ton he studied under Woodrow, of a Scotch grandmother, arrived i Highway and the sites whero

of Europe first acknowledged ferson B. Browne presiding, Assistant Discussing the plan with Lieutenant -' as the first Democratic senator) Wilson baseball and captained team. the fresh- the other day with her slim : the bridges are to be located
from Pennsylvania in 50 years I
the United States as a major Attorney J. Lancelot Lester Wm. Klaus, U. S. N., com-! was recommendation enough for I' Undisputed Boss orchestra. I MRS. NINA RYDER. : JOHN. I and with the data recur\!:d

Clerk Ross C. Sawyer and munication officer in charge ati;| Robinson. Guffey has made the most of i j i Miss Lorand bas her ideas will leave tomorrow to join

naval power, Uncle Sam will Chief Deputy Bernard Waite present Key West, he told The Citizen!I j At that the plump, jovial gray-!his opportunities since ,he has' own SON, DIRECTOR OF RELIEFIN

observe his annual Navy Day withan that all that is necessary is for.. haired Pennsylvanian will have a''been in the senate. Of all the', about the makeup of an orchestra. WPA' ORGANIZATIONA I Mr. Porter and other members
!* mark to shoot at. The retiring Democratic senators in positionto of the commission
the a 1 and
Judge Browne drew from Key Westers who desire to send She will J
American fleet second in tonnage : chairman of the committee, "JimlIam" influence the actions of their employ only men, only
box a venire of 18 jurors as follows some word of greeting to a friend' I{ on Wednesday we will pre.
Lewis of Illinois, wrested i party colleagues in the house on rather handsome and
to Britai <'. great squad : Ulric Gwynn, Thomas II. in another part of the state is to! nine seats from the Republicans organization questions he alone;i:I men only class for instruction in cooking sent the matter to President

rons. Roberts, Johnathan Cates, :Man- file their message at the local of-, during his tenure of office. Be-I showed his hand publicly. I i slender men. : sponsored by the social service '

I uel Lariz, Amos Malone, William fice this afternoon or any time'! cause Lewis himself is up for reelection -{ At the death of the late I department for the Florida Roosevelt
Until the world the almost Speak-I Her first violin for example. I ERA, will start next Monday, Mrs.
war Adams Emerito Gomez B. A. tomorrow. j| next year he was forced er Rainey there was much Such was the reply ot
40 before the orcnes- i Nina Ryder Johnson director of
I i pounds ,
to the divided house I Host
will relinquish chairmanship. councils
All of these be among ;
universal conception of America Baker Jr. Alfonso Salgado S. messages Congressman J. Mark Wilcox
I relief, said this morning.
sent out to the different cities i i Charged with the duty of see{ Pennsylvanians over the choice of,, tra left Budapest for America

had been that essentially and historically ,Dcuanderino, George E. McDonald and delivered to the addresses on:'' ing that not only the 19 Democratic 'a new Speaker. I'"The doctor was a little worried," I "Severel KeyVest persons to a question asked this

William V. Marshall, Joseph an ornately decorated Navy Day;; senators are returned next Under Guffey's influence the, admits Miss Lorand. "But in a and firms appreciating the value j f morning while he was
it was only a large community W. Saunders Mario Garcia Leno but also of unseating Democrats of the delegation i j I of the class have assisted in making pay
post card Monday morning, Navy year as 'i I
small like mine the
in a separate part of the I Cruz, Clyde Baltzell, Clarence S. I'|, many of the 13 Republicans as quickly achieved harmony. They|i i organization "this instruction work possible ing a courtesy call at Tho
Day.The I
A. Crusoe. Naval Communication Re-! possible those who know Guffey led, even precipitated the bandwagon ',, picture is so very important. Roly- I' Mrs. Johnson said. Citizen office in
Higgs Hilary company
world. I I serve is an organization. said' expect innovations under his rush to Joe Byrns of Ten-I' poly men don't fit in." Fred Dion provided a room
Announcement was made from ) without rental fees for the class with Colonel George E.
The transition after the Lieutenant Klaus, comprised of chairmanship.The nessee for Speaker. They Plays 'Dance Music I I
peace the bench that the jury be instructed volunteers who interested in Guffey Method ed for Bankhead of fat 506 Southard street, and made
.. are Plump-I The leader is a violinist herself II Brown, U. S. engineer in
v.> of 1918 was-Marked that un'JjfCeims -i to be in court 9:30 o'clock the navy and its communications.They .I The Guffey method is what leader in the same fashion.Pennsylvania I necessary repairs to the building. ,
she also is devotee of
"' a Hungarianfolk charge of this district and
: of the subsequent Lon The Gas Company of Key West
Wednesday morning, October 30. receive no pay. In a national many politicians of today regardas Democrats are
don treaty-allocating to the nations emergency they are inducted -t' old-fashioned. Party organization the best organized state bloc in I music, and plans to introduce I has installed an Elcctrolux refrigerator Captain P. A. Ferringa, I.

the sea armament they into the regular navy for not policies or political the house under his manalement.1 much of it to America. Sht I and Magic Chef gas range I

might have-the American navy i 1 FIRST AID KIT communication duty. j i realignments of any sort, is the I lie also is undisputed boss of the insists that her audiences understand i i,i for the duration of the class. S. engineer in charge of the
When the class is brought to a .
favorite Guffey mechanism. reanimated Democratic machine a that gypsy music is no, Jacksonville district.
today still is well within treaty j I close the range will be ,presented j
lie is a hardboiled analyst and in Pennsylvania. I
limits, despite the biggest ship- GIVEN BOYS UNIT BENITO MOLINA I _. I I necessarily Hungarian and that I I to some member. Only those perj j' Replying to a question as! to the
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since the of we Hungarian sons who have attended at least style of bridge to be built if and
laying campaign days 1 I, !
I I 1I music is really gypsy-as much! 60 percent of the classes will be :i when the allocation for funds is
1917. That program encompassed -: DIED YESTERDAY HIS CAREER LACKS 'FANFARE'BUT I
Russian, for example Magyar
MUCH INTEREST NOW BEING as eligible to receive the range. i ii made and the project appruvc j
the construction of 24 new i Miss Lorand plays much dance i

sea-fighters this year alone, and :I SHOWN IN FELLOWSHIP CRAIG REACHES ARMY TOP! music but not for dancing. She] I Mr. Wilcox said we will have

as many in 1934. By July, 1936 i ORGANIZATION FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE plays such music as the Beethovea [CUBA ARRIVES nothing to say about the style.Fi1ans.miil .

it is expected the enljsted strengthwill I I ---- .,.. ......... -" :.. "-_ v. --- -- .. I country dances .the! Viennese I _ii>\V -CONDUC1 D1 ft3'AFT- f'
: (By Associated Press) 1 waltzes, the LtrniHer, and ;)forth, I FROM HAVANAVESSEL : connection with that phase of
93,500 men. I ERNOON WASHINGTON, Oct. 26.-An accomplished with a characteristiclack I Many of the classic composers : the project.
Big Program Planned The Boys Fellowship Club o'fII of fanfare. Tlis duty was to Haydn for example, wrote much --
The United States has fought Key West and its sponsors, Equity officer whose long service bas supervise instruction for officersin I music for chamber orchestra, and I I I I All we are after,, he said =- (Io I

II Number 70 F. sort of post-graduate! univer- that is what Miss Lorand's is. SAILED LATE IN AFTERNOON -j I secure..the grant. fK funds with
few prolonged naval engagements, Lodge I. 0.0. are Benito :Molina\ 58, died 2 been unmarked by the spectacular a .
expressing thanks to Robert sity of war tactics, but it was regarded [ Also A Tarogato ENROUTETO j which to have the bridges constructed -
the most vital being in the war o'clock afternoon
yesterday in
Spottswood for the gift of a com- ; tops oft his career by takingover by the high command as I I She brought lif men to America < and this wtt be our !*.>!Ic:
of 1812. The nation could build hit residence, 1008 Watson street. TAMPA
I ii
end also tafrogatol This l last
plete first aid kit. one of the utmost importance. a aint wheii we F confer with tho
i in 11>S6, some 36 destroyers andIS' George F. Archer, one of the His passing was sudden and unexpected the highest job in the American lie was fifth in rank below Gen I not a natura) 1 history specmenbut -- _*

submarines before reaching first to conceive the idea of the it was said. I army eral Douglas MacAithur, whom. an old Hungarian; musical Instrument : i president ; .
Funeral services will be held chief of staff something like a clarinet Steamship Cuba, of the P. and The: vetting group'arrived 6o'clock
treaty maxima in those categories club, feels that this act of Mr. this ) he succeeds as : I
afternoon o'clock the
Spottswood is significant' of the 5 from General Malin Craig, semi- when the promotion came. and although it was in use O. S. S. company, arrived from last evening on the En-
The government likewise residence.
Rev. Perez of the
fact that the efforts of the Odd II Born in army tradition-his as early as the 17th century inj I'Havana yesterday afternoon with' gineer Corps Cruiser Ribaul!
has broad new to coordinate Cuban Mission will officiate.Pritchard's bald, 60 years old, who Has been I
power Fellows to aid the boys of Key lather was in the service and sois Hungary, Miss Lorand does not j; one first and four second class ', which was berthed in the Porter
|{ planes with ships as it goes West is beginning to bear fruit Funeral Home will chosen as chief of staff, i his own son-he has an un- believe that it has been played in 'I' passengers for Key West; 16 first a
' build the be in charge of arrangements.Mr. army Dock company's slip where it will;
along-authority to one and the r-sual military adaptability. Gen- an American cnocert to date. and no seconds for Tampa. j
gratified to
along with the other, where here- sponsors are Molnia is scrvived by his looks and like conservatively o'clock I remain until tomorrow 7
know that prominent men of the I acts a eral Craig was 60 last August and Hungarian musical fibre i it The vessel sailed 5:40 morning

tofore separate permissions from city are showing interest in the widow, Felicia Molina; four sons. dressed and affable executiveof probably will not be able to finish tough, Miss Lorand's orchestra for Tampa with 47 passengers, 39,I o'clock when the party planto
More Augustin. Benito, Oscar and Gil '
congress were necessary. his four-year term. Compulsory proves. All summer she rehearsed of whom were Key Westers going I
movement. leave for the return to Sftami.
and more emphasis has been placed -I Molina; three daughters, Mrs.\ I any great corporation-ani retirement at 64 would wind it, often as much as 12 hour to Tampa for physical examina-i I
Misses Mr. Wikox told The Citizen ha
Barcelo. Claribel
by the navy command upon Joseph his work some to months before a day. tion preparatory to entering
speed! and more speed until the. PLAN EXAM FORCIVILIAN and Hilda Molina; one brother, that is just about what he is no* up the end of the tour of duty. Incidentally, the curious little Civilian Conservation Corps,.will early in the week join William

tempo of the 1935 navy is vastly Augustin Molina, and one sister I lie to be in excellent fringed cravat the men will wear camps. R. Porter, Judge W. H. Bur-
heightened over that of 1917. I Mrs. Jennie Perdomo both of to the army of the United st.te..J health.appears A former football player on the stage, rather like an I. 0I0. I Freighter Ozark, of the Clyde- I well and Judge Henry H. Taylorin

The navy department recently CORPS Tampa; and tt ree grandchildren. His main record has been made!i at West Point, he now plays I F. neckpiece tied up close to Mallory Lines, arrived 6 o'clock : Washington, D. C., meet with

announced a program for 1937 'II not as a combat officer but in the golf regularly to keep down a :: the Adam's apple: is not a piece this mornnig: from New Orleans I I Senator Duncan U. Fletcher an which would include constructionof TRIMMING UP slight. rotundity that survived his of foppishness. It's a Hungarianinstitution with a full cargo for Key West have an audience with the prudent !

one battleship, 12 destroyersand I YOUNG MEN' LEAVE YESTERDAY i important but less colorful task of I long years as a cavalryman. I worn when one is putting Miami and Jacksonville, and aft I'I Wednesday.
fit submarines, and additionof I administering the complex affairs one's best foot forward. er discharging, sailed 9:30 o'clock During their stay the visiting
6,500 men. AFTERNOON EN ROUTETO FIRE STATIONWALLS ,i of marching menExecutive : I)I group have enjoyed tbemselvi> in

tonnage America's ships already total fighting built is TAMPA I The distinguished Jobs service His Lot medal DOORS ON WOMEN!I CHANGE MADE IN { FRENCH SCIENTIST I' Colonel many ways.Brown meeting Mr. Wilcox old friend and,

1.084.910.. against the British em- he has a right to wear-but almost II PREDICTS WEATHERBY I'and Captain FerriiHra his luc
AND WOOD WORK TO Inv A.MrUtr I real visit in Key West, althoughhe
does-was for
pire': 1.1(18.28-1. :and to this fig- never exceptionally 26.-Lock the PLANE SCHEDULEARRIVALS MOON'S CYCLES!
ure may be added an additional Nearly two score white and HE DRESSED UP FOR i meritorious service rather LONDON, Oct. I was here for a brief time s',-
283,150 tons of armed steel in colored young men left here yes- i than for gallantry in action. [ doors and keep those women : ; !I eral months ago but did not Lava

the classification of ships in pro- terday afternoon aboard the S. S. WINTERFire I Executive jobs-be wa chief tf| "The Black Hearts of Simla" are PARIS IDr A..rbte 26. Farmers rn- and'|any time in the city.
cesf being built or for which Cuba for Tampa where they will I'staff of the first army corps il11 i{ in London. hills of the I AND' DEPARTURES sailors, who have always based:j Ii Mr. Wilcox said be wa. alas:"-
money has been appropriated. take physical examinations for France and later: :of tho arm; )f! Born amidst the the! delighted to visit Key West< not
of the Indian WILL BE WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS their weather forecasts .on
Britain's ships! in the "buildingand enlistment in the Civilian Con- department employes at occupation in Cf' j summer headquarters 'only because wherever he went
I the belief of
Hospitable moon, are right in .
appropriated for" classification servation Corps.Thirtynine Number 1 station are dressing up been his principal lot. [ empire, the AND SUNDAYS he was always meeting old friends
of the black I M. Joseph Cassiopee, a
are put by the U. S. navy were included in the walls and wood work of the Since his West Point days, Craig; j Order of the knights I i but also because it always mak< -

department at 183.295 tons and the group, of which 21 were white station under supervision of Chief : has been a good average soMier, j; heart" is probably the most ex-in I I scientist.The the ocean I! him feel at home when he was in
moon causes
the new tonnage permitted her and 18 colored. Although that Harry Baker. doing his job, friends say and i clusive society of women Plane arrivals and departures' i the congenial and 'hospitable atjmosphere -
the at
exist tides and also affects
for 1936 :*t 90.623. number left for Tampa and the All of the wood work in the reaching out for no medals. Old |the world. After 45 years I will in future be on Wednesdays{I i: for which Key Wcit is
I only a few mosphere. Tides can be accurately -
there still
Present "under age"/ tonnage examinations the quota for Monroe apparatus section of the station, c< mrades in arm. describe him I ence are Fridays and Sundays; instead of forecast in advance,I noted.
meaning ships whose effectiveness County had been fixed at 18 and walls and wood work in the as having an exceptionally go id score members mostly govern- and I I
I Thursdays, Fridays Sundays.
ha not been impaired by white and 15 colored youths. adjacent quadrangle are being sense of humor and an unusual ment officials. I I and therefore argues M. CuI -
This from the Thursday
meet they I I.I change it ought to be possible, bya BEACON TO
When the members siopee, SEA
time for the powers is placed at Those who are found ineligiblefor given several coats of buff colored ability to get things done withouttoo schedule to Wednesday was i[
with black] study of the moon's habits, to
wear evening dress
731.510 for the United States; enlistment will be returnedto paint many orders. i {
I made because of the in
980.238 for Britain; 648,415 for Key West. This is the usual practice at the As a youngster in West Point silk breeches, a red silk cape with]f I i schedule of Steamship change Cuba, foretell the weather in the same BE RELIGHTED

Japan: 3C7,229 for France; 294- approach of the winter season Craig was not an exceptional student black velvet collar, and a large II|I which arrives from Tampa on I way.Proceeding he I,
806 for Italy; 60.100 for Ger NOTICE and gives the interior of the station a friend of 40 years recalls, black heart suspended by a scarlet of on this theory :
I[Thursdays instead Wednesdays,
I ribbon around the neck. j figured that eclipses of the moon
many. a decidedly attractive ap but he was first cadet captain in t 1' i
Postmaster Harris said.
Any qualified elector of the pearance. his senior year the highest military 'When they dine, the doors of:,I Sam I occur in regular cycles every 372: The United States L'llhtholJi -<

I City of Kev West expecting to ranking then available to any the banqueting hall are locked]l lI years. Consequently if, as he be-i t'i Department announces that R--
-- be absent! from the city on Elec- 1 cadet. I and bolted-for tt would never do a:I lieves the moon makes the wedhi;i; becca Sa.*l Light reported ex-

HABANA-MADRID CLUB tion day, November 12th can I Now Display i I The designation' was made not if a woman should stray into this RAUL'S ANNUAL :, er, atmospheric conditions should';''tinguisbed Octofctr 24 will be re

TONIGHTGRAND vote by applying at the office of by fellow classmen who liked the: group. j I ]! correspond to the eclipse cycles. i iI 'I lighted as soon as practicable.

HALLOWE'ENBALL the City Clerk on Tuesday, October BIG MONEY SAVING ;i stout young Craig and affectionately Originally bachelorhood was es- HALLOWE'EN BALLTonight i I Therefore to forecast the wC'&th-j This information' is given for

29, 1935, and continuing j i called him by a nickname approximating -I sential for membership. Now,, I, er well ahead for any given year, the benefit of mariners operatingin
daily until Saturday, November DODGEACCLAIMED ; "Tubby" but by the."grass wido netgt'a.m.s'* also may join DEL WOODS' ORCHESTRA i: all that is necessary is to know I I these waters, it is stated.

9. 1935, except Sunday November superintendent' of the academy,j Complete Change Floor Show : what the conditions were 372 I

Two Grand Prize 3, 1935. The City Clerk's I "BEAUTYWINNER" Jon I recommendation of the com-)I'I'I Script 1.1010 tin 3 .. m. i' years ago. Following this out he ANNUAL HALLOWE'ENSOCIAL

Phone 220 For Reservation office will from 9:00 A'I, OF !j mandant. The captaincy meant; SPECIAL TONIGHT found that the beat wave of July I

Come to the most popular M., to 12:00 Noon and from 2:00 !1 1I I 1936 that i Craig WM legarded as theI s ONLY I 1562,' was reproduced in July

Night Club m the city and really P. 31. to 5:00 P. M. i!I I I outstanding all-around soldier in $ Domestic Mixed Drinks .. 2Sc 1934. Again the summer of I!I

join in the Hallowe'en spirit. Take due notice and govern;' his class. ana l I yourselves accordingly. Open Tonight and Sunday I' Bema In Army Tradition GINS 1 Bowl of Ice ___...m.......__._ 15 ceptionally hot and dry while the ST. PAUL'S PARISH HALL
SCRIPT $1.00-From 10 Till 7 WALLACE PINDER, I III NAVARRO INC. His latest task as commandantof WHISKIES winter of 1939-37 should be an I PnbUc Invited Silver OfferinC

oct26-28 City Clerk. the army war college here was exceptionally hard one.

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arftc Sep %est Citizen
1I I I[ KEY WEST IN TODAY'S WEATHER ]l I Today'sAnniversaries
Published nallr Except Sunday By PUBLIC ENEMIES 1|l ]
,TUG CITIZKV_ : FlIILISHI: : CO,'' INC. How some traditional first aid DAYS GONE BY I
1 P. ARTMAN. PmMeat remedies
JOB ALLEN, AI.taat'BulaM Mumtfrr may do great harm victims of Happening Her Just 10 Years Temperature WEATHER CONDITIONSThe ........................
From The' Citizen Building accidents is explained in a recent Red Ago Today A* Takea FromThe H I
Highest' _...... .83 1751-charles Pinckney South
Greene and Ann Street
Corner File Qf The Citizen
-' Cross publication. A few examples maybe Lowest ____ .... _m... I tropical storm passed! in- Carolina lavryer' ene of the fran-

Only Dally Newspaper In Key w-st ad Voaroe mentioned. Mean ......._..__......._._...*.78 land in the vicinity of Cape Gra- era of the Constitution, governor
County. I Rolling a person apparently drownedover All merchandise in the Parisian C Normal Mean ..._.___._.._.___..78 : senator and diplomat born t.
cias: Nicaragua yesterday
Shop located on Fleming street' i', Charleston, S. C. Died Oct. .:.'.
:Entered at Key West. Florida as cec-ond clan matter barrel + Rainfall'Yesterday's
a forces water out of the '
opposite the Over Sea Hotel, will !f: afternoon. 1824.
FIJl'TrnXTIlEAH stomach, where it does no harm. But lay- be ofered at public auction tonight'' Precipitation .02 Int. low tlis morning"
Normal Precipitation .15 Ins.i j i
M..... of the Auoelatr. Press ing the patient face down and alternately 7:30 o'clock. Nothing will be reserved -| i TfcU ree.rd e.e.r. :..-...... pethd I I I over northeastern! d'sicts.!! Father 175S-Georges J. Dant..
the Associated Press i. exclnslTely entitled to use as everything in the store I "'Ii.C- rtTomorrow' / ee.ralag. .. ,
mar reLa:9ratlav of all r ws dla.tcbe. credited tot applying and releasing pressure at the will be offered at auction. ] : j Point Quebec. 2: ..7inc.....*. French revoi H.iiary lead '.
,tr not otherwise credli In th.s paper and also This) Almaaae and the remainder 14.rti. Guillotined.! April 1 c
the local nera published here small of the back often induces respirationand business was formerly conducted! Sun rises nnm_.._._... 6:32 a. nut i high throughout -t 1794.

recovery. by L. Grossberg. bankrupt and I; Sun sets .. .n._......___. ;5:50) p. of the country, Parkersburg 1
hang t LLITCHIALASSOCIATION everything needed for men, W. Va., 30.46 inches and \\innt-j
Rubbing frost-bitten parts with snow women I Moon rises ..._.m__'.n 6:40 a. m'l } 1833-.Adelaide ,PI-,i1lips, imed .
I and children will be sold at j Moon sets ..--............n 5:51 p. mucca, :Nevada, 30.44 inches.] American born .
d l 9 3 SSSllS I'I is also a bad practice. Let the frozen tissues public outcry tonight, piece by rho New Moon 27th ...._ 5:15 a. Rains have occurred during the i land. :pied Oct.stager 3,, 1882. in E. r'
piece according to advertise-
;1tlt !'ION: RA'III! thaw out gradually in a temperaturea an Tomorrow Tide
last 24
Une Tear .__.__..... -$10.09 ment appearing in this issue of hours in Kansas western
filx ---" ___.------.r..........' n'_'--'...- -' 6.00 little above the freezing point. The Citizen. AJI. P.SI. :Missouri and Iowa, and there I 1835-Thomas )l. Bowen. Kansas
Three Jite itha" 2.00:.IS I Some persons put spider webs, cuds I High .... ._._......_.10:06: 9:27 have been light showers in extreme I soldier of the Civil War

(VWkly .. .. .20 I Low ___.______..._ 3:26 3:03 southern Florida and widely scat- Arkansas:: jurist, Colorado jut :
of tobacco soot salt and the like The fish tank
pork on at the local
I I I Barometer 8 a. 1 p today: terd actions of Texas. Tempera- : miner and senator:: born at BU1 j.I j.
ADVERTISING RAn 1 aquarium is to be freshened
Made known on application. cuts or infected wounds, "to draw the j I with/ a coat of paint and will up beopened .J. Sea level 30.11. j tures have risen above normal in I I ington la. Died at Pueblo Dec:
I poison out." These substances only in 5C i i the middle Mississippi Valley. ,30, 1906.
NOTICE about the middle
SPECIAL. up of '
Lake region, and North Atlantic
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of crease the danger of infection. I next month. Fifty varieties of fish WEATHER FORECASTTill
tfp+rt. obituary notices etc, will be charged: for at will be I States and have fallen in the i 1840-Thomas W. Keene, orlor. '
pre rate of 10 cents a line. Whisky, ammonia, permanganate of placed in the tank. Cards South Atlantic and East Gulf
born in New York. Died
Jfotioeti for entertainments by chufhes from which carrying the of
a. \\rerenu Is to be derived are &:ants a. line. potash or the application of a freshly killed I I specimens names will be the attached different -I II ( 8 p. m., Sunday) States, with frost in the Carolinas I I there, June 1, 1898.1854Charles .
TAe "itlzrn Is an open forum at t Inviter discussion Key West and Vicinity: Partly and central Georgia Record-
chicken to a wound caused by snakebiteare to the tanks in order I -
of publie issues and subjects local or general I that visitors cloudy and
tonight low ,
Sunday breaking temperatures prevail
pos- W. Post. Bali:1
Interest but it. will not publish ono communi
jrmous will not have to I
all old-time remedies of no value. The depend on the attendants
cations. in the interior of Alaska Fair- Creek. Mich., food manufactun

modern course is to tie a bandage betweenthe I learn the or name seasoned of the fish.anglers A well to, {///< O !,rnr I 1 banks reporting a minimum of 28 I advertising expert and antiInio1labor

wound and the heart cut a gash across equipped with an electric L : degrees below zero this morning. I agitator born at Si.ring
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST pump ..... l;. S. KKNNKDY.:) field IlL Died May 9. 1914.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN the fang marks and suck out the blood and I has been installed to keep the q Officer in Charge i
tank supplied with clear water at I
poison as quickly as possible. The venom I .
I o'
of a rattlesnake taken into the mouth is O .tto"t i-- I
1. Water and Sewerave. ; u i i FUNERAL HOME
harmless, even if it is swallowed. Aubry Nicklas brother in .-.. O ('I I PALLANZA' Italy Stefanozi
.. iIsc : ( \ ServUc Key West
2. Bridges to complets: Road to Main- Many: other fallacies are enumeratedand I law of Robert Spottswood is a Q t i Maioli of this city has just received -! Half Century
land. visitor in Key West from New 'JI an invitation to. his son's I i Hoar Ambmlanee Serrleo
warned against in publications of the 24
York arid is a guest of Mr. Spotts- tC I 'I wedding which occurred 25 years i I
SFree Port. Red Cross and medical societies. Every I wood. Mr. Nicklas is accompaniedby +,M I Showers Partly Cloudy ago. It had been lost in the I Phone Licenced Embauner
135 Night 696r -\\
4. Hotels and Apartment. person should have some knowledge of John F. Rourke, real estate Not so innocent as one might I sibly occasional light showers' ;I mails.

what not to do in emergencies. A more man of White; Plains. N. Y.. He is think is this candidate for "pub- fresh northeast winds. ___ .
---- --- -- ------
5. Bathing Pavilion. greatly impressed with the possibilities lic enemy" of the highway dis-
I widespread diffusion of such knowledge Florida" : Fair to partly cloudy
6. Airports-Land anj ka.t of Key West. j I> honors.
7. Consolidation of Cvuaty and City would no doubt be the means of saving I By inconsiderately edging his tonight and Sunday except possibly -

: many lives, through giving proper first aid Mrs. Harriet A. Watrous was car across the safety lines of light showers on the extreme
t included in the south coastJacksonville
passengers leavingthis cross-walks at street corners the
until be called.
a physician can week for Washington where Cross-Walk Creeper forces ped- !! to Florida Straits
she will be the guest of her son estrians into danger zones. Many and East Gulf:Moderate northeasterly CONSULT YOUR BANKER

Genuine religion is conspicuous be- I in law and daughter Captain and serious accidents result. wnids over extreme north
c use if lacks display. Mrs. C. C. Meyer. j'j Good drivers are considerate portion and fresh northeasterlywinds
over central and south por-i ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS
of others-they obey the law
I I by I tions, strong at times in the Florida -
the Admiral Richard E. Byrd, whose re- Torano and Albury are buildingand stopping bock of the cross-ivalk./ Straits; weather partly overcast 1
Certainly world owes every man ariving I accommodation filling station
cent expedition spent a year and a half in i at the I tonight and Sunday, possibly ::
corner of Eaton and William
or said the the marine
opportunity to : return with< contingentand } showers in extreme south pow
exploring Antarctica intimates that he street. The owners say it will .
make tion.
living. here.
a play a
might make a third trip to the land of snow I be equipped and ready for service game '",-

Neither Italy nor Japan seem to be- and ice in order to clear up a few secrets I at the end of the week. t George Crittenden and Mario\ KEY WESTCOLONIAL The First National Bank ot Key lYesr -

about how micro-organisms got in the Senor Jose Montalvo directorof :Martinez of the Southernmost
lieve that "a good name is rather to be HOTELIn I
mountains so far to the south. the mails of Cuba accompaniedby Realty Company are organizinga
chosen than great riches." Mrs. fontalvo and the childrenare club for the purpose of adveti- i Member of the Federal Reserve
the Center of the Businesa.!
1 Of nothing is definite becauseit !
course in the city for a short visit sing Key West. A meeting to this I
will) require few to complete the end has been called for tomorrow and Theater District
If politicians would start their addresses a years and will leave within a few days
for Washington. Mr. Montalvo's night 8 o'clock in the rooms of the \
with "Friends scientific data gathered on the last trip. First Class-Fireproof- i
and Enemies, they trip to Washington is for the pur- chamber of commerce. All real Deposits Insured! by Federal Deposit Insurance
Afterwards the force Sensible
we suspect same will Rates .
tors as well business and
would come nearer the truth. pose of signing the postal treaty as pro
lure the admiral back into the wastes betweeen Cuba and the United fessional men are invited to at- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Corporation

When which have attracted so many great explorers States. tend.
we are overwhelmed by mis _

fortune, we desperately ask the why of itallat in the past. Editorial'comment: Americansare An increase of 10 percent in Garage Popular Prices Elevator ,

the very beginning of time. being urged to in for the wages of cigar makers both
.................................... go more foreign and domestic, has been /
learning, but it .
appears that a --. .. --_ ._- ._-
Recess "THE WORLD FOR GOD" good many college students needto announced by the regulating com
presidential'appointees will unlearn a great deal. mittee of the workers in the fac- .. ..
have.a couple of months in which to pre- tories. The committee met with -
"Behold the Lamb of God, which the manufacturers and the price I
parefor their investigatioi by: the Senate. The football eleven of the ;
taketh away the sin of the world." :Marine list, as submitted was agreed on.
corps detachment in Key

The fear of publicity often preventsthe -John, 1-29. West is planning to make a voyageto Three hundred Catholic Daughters -

.................................... Cuba to play some of the teamson of America, representingevery
individual from dOlT ? wrong; other the island. Their first
times, the craving for During the Spring and Summer there will be with the game court in the country, will
publicity incites University of arrive in Key West November 26 HOUSEHOLD GOODS
crime. It's about an even break. was a determined campaign on in many of Havana the early part of next and spend the day.

I 1 I the larger cities of the United States to month. It is hoped that after the
game in Havana are played the Subscribe to The Citizen; -20c
;The Key W'est Citizen quips: "Times smoke. university team of that city will weekly. I

are better-there are less fires in the na The evil of puffing railroad engines, _. OF QUALITYA
tion." Also m.ore politicians graduating belching smoke-stacks of industrial plants,

from the storm cellar to the stump.Miami has arrived at the place where such a -------1:

Daily News.Mussolini large number of people are affected, that

popular opinion demands. their efficient For Limited1Time '
I I a
regulation. i Invitation Is Extended: To Housewives To Visit
say:: he eats mostly fruit i
There is more to the evil of smoke Our Store And Look Over The Assortment
That is one way to become a dictator, and 11 Of QUALITY...

leads us to paraphrase the bard "Upo:. I I and gas than simply an obscured sun, ac- OnlyOne i iII HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There. '

what FRUIT doth this our Caesar feed, cording to scientists.

that he is grown so great?" The lungs become affected, and the

blood suffers. Smoke and gas are not only

The meaning of word, in a living language annoying they are positively unhealthy. II

change with time Some day the They will) soon be things of the past. Universal HotPoint MOPS AND BROOMS GARBAGE CANS

word subject, in reference to the citizen ofa Now there are other things on earth i or

kingdom will be declasse. A subject that are also dangerous'and annoying. A
thousand little things and thousand Electric
seven now is looked upon as a pitiable object a big HOUSEHOLD IRON I

ones threaten everyone daily.

But the root of all this danger and an An structed exceptionally: Iron for well general con Iron I. CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS

In 189G!> the Italian premier Crispi noyance is Sin. It's an old-fashioned words household tapered purposes. Finely
point and beveled:
met his Waterloo in Ethiopia, but he waa and it means that deeply buried yearning edges. Nickel Plated. With a one year guarantee

constitutional) premier with limits of for evil that causes men and women to do i and IRONING BOARDS

power. In 1936, Mussolini, a dictator with things that they know are not right and i

absolute: power may go farther but will 1 that they are sorry about afterward. a Pin-It-Up I

"he reach his goal? Fantastic as it may seem to the Materialist I CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREALL

Sin can be entirely I extracted from

An American news>p?per woman in- the human make-up. It can be lifted bodily : Handy Lamp .

tf-viewed Mussolini l the other day in the and after it is lifted there will not be any f KINDS OF DISHES AND GLASSWARE

course of which she complimented him on more of the evil things that make people BOTH' 1 1I

his youthful The duce un ashamed.
appearance. I $ Dinner Sets $1.00 and Up
questionably is mentally alert and physically We don't need sin-why not get rid : $355I !

as fit as a trained athlete and gave I for .

as the reason that he ate mostly fruit only. Let us each make our personal private -,

He au\\ he drank a cup of coffee in the world a World For God. In God's world I .., _.-..: ,', >t .

morning and ate some fruit, for luncheona there is no sin. Terms 55c down .r
consomme and more fruit at night fruit
75c month
again and a little fish perhaps no meat. It i is peculiarity of human nature that a for w_ &
I( South |Florida] Contracting Engineering Co.
On such a diet most folks would claim they when people come into some money easily, 4 months ,

were starving to death. The trouble with by investment or speculation, particularly : I and Eliza
Phone 523 WJute{ Street
most of us is that we ea* too: much air!I the latter, they are ready to cry it from the The Key \West Electric Company

over-eating is also the cam? of 'most qf f :j hc::: tops, but when they are on the losing I ij i i.oi" "Your.home; is worthy of the.rv4 best"4GE

our physical ailments, and mental as well j end, mum's the word. :a j

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I HIGH COURAGE OFFICIAL SENIOR 'f .'other'women Bible not Class connected and regardlessof with any' [-PASTOR SELECTS :I CUBANS WILL\ SINGATTRINITYCHURCH

fI denomniations are invited t-

.. by leainee IleitnnatarxOPals LOOP SCHEDULE'I attend. I POPULAR SUBJECT::
CjC2j22 2j[ "" '-"" .' \ .

: Like '....._onA. leavlag town nor where yon might I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I r CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH: BETHEL A. M. C. CHURCH I

tart Sis vifi dote, ,and tke Skew Columbia daughter River Anne unexpectedly be reached so I came down .to ,.* NEW SERIES I WILL CET .UNDER Rev. J. B. Cnlpepper, Jr.. pas The Rev Sni ier Peele. minister

one mominff ... &1. what I could do In the emergency, Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts I 527 William StreetE. (Colored) tor of the First Methodist (Stone) of the Fleming Street
.Akti. fI,. fameworth. yacAt. lane WAY MONDAY Corner Division i (
and Thomas Church
f.eb'e certain myetrry about ,.. Labor t rouble r* Luke Farnsworth John B. Cnlpepper, Jr., Pastor Richard Evans Pastor Sts. requests The Citizen to I Church '

trip cut before .1st cam mat kcr turned to Ne man. "Know. NIGHT 1 Church Sunday school opens at Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. H. R. Hill, pastor announce that he has selected the i I Trinity t to speak inlie
father .spiats..torwt make it Presbyter church Tuesday
rerary la rat in at ...tori Anne rtfkte.ily deride to to I Sermon subject "Consolation Preaching, 11 a. m. Christ" to be delivered at the I+I p. m.
tk. tnrteadf landing foot and Anne unobserved watched tbe Gerald Saunders, general superintendent : Junior ; The choir of the Salvador
reatiset midair that ike cannot Worship." A. C. E. League meet morning service Sunday. I I
three men breathlessly. Her father Each department meets churchviiii
(By JOVE) provide the _
matt 1'A ttrong arm encircle at 5:39 mw! her. physically big, his strongly cut features New schedule of in the ill its own assembly room. i Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. p. m. Rev. Culpepper says that I i r Persons who enjoy in
games Senior A. songs Spanish
showing the mark of years of Preaching Sunday morning at I Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. C. E. League meetsat so many think that he has already 1 t: are espec-sll.( invited.

Chapter Two well-earned authority; Rob Crocker Senior Diamondball League areas 11 o'clock. Subject: "Behold lIe I Sermon subject: "By Rivers of 6:15: p. m. come others that he will soon;t I The choir of the Trinity church

with the well groomed appearanceof follows: Cometh." Water." Evening service 8 p. m. come, and asks! does he come today i 1 i

JOHN NEUMAN! ,, the successful young businessman Monday, Oct. 28-Lopez. vs. Epworth League meeting at I, Mid-week service, Wednesday Weekly Services when a person needs himi;, will Rev.also de give Uen-tt a: selection.add that he

> ALL right .low?"" The arm re- ; and John Xenman,youngest ot. Firemen. 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa Collins, evening. at 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Class. He promises to fully explain his' would like all members of differ-

laied. the three but with a look of manhood leader. Friday, 7:30 p. m., choir re- views on the subject at the time'
Thursday, Oct. 31-Firemen vs. ent churches who sympathize with
hearsaL ,
about him. .
FLEMING stated. I
Anne steadied herself against the Sunday evening service at 7:30 STREET METHODIST. I I missions to attend.
Rob turned from looking at Neu- Busy Bee.Friday o'clock. CHURCH At the evening hour, the sub-
Subject "Found Out.
other arm.the hand of which seemed :
man contemptuously. "You don't I Nov. 1-Lopez vs. Mid-week prayer and praise I SAINT PETER'S CHURCH ject of the sermon will be "Found i iOut. I
to hare loosened 1U bold on a the Finn would tell the Cor. ." Rev. Culpepper when
suppose you Art's.Monday. service on Wednesday at'8:00 p. Fleming and William Streets says I i-iPALACE
cable. She looked at the band saw truth do your* he snapped. Nov. Shuler Peels, Pastor (Colored) a person breaks the law of God
4-Busy vs.Art's
the cruel red welt across the palm, Anne tensed. She admired Rob's m.Choir rehearsal on Friday evening Church school meets at 9:45a. Center Street Between Petvxmiaand or man, they do so expecting not:I John Boles-Jean Muir in
the broken skin between.thi thumb courage In facing a man so superior at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph I m. William N. Knowles, sup I Olivia to get caught, which is a mistaken -J ORCHIDS TO YOU!
In physical strength and yet was it Thursday, Nov. 7-Lopez vs. Saunders erintendent. The Wesley Fellow Mass, 8 a. m. idea stating that all sin will
first Sawyer organist Gerald
and finger. ;
courage to taunt fisherman, dependent Busy Bee.Friday ship Bible Class meets in the pas.tor's Solemn Evensong and Benediction be recorded which must be answered Two Comedies
choir director.TRINITY .
And then she looked up Into a upon selling- his catch to their Nov. 8-Art's vs. Fire- study. r of the Most Blessed Sacra for at the day of reckoning Matinees 10-ISc; Night: 15-2Sc
i I
bronzed face topped by a shock of
canneries ment 7 .
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. p. m.
w d-tossed hair. Looked up Into "What do yon mean?" barked : .ov. 12-Art's vs. PRESBYTERIAN Church school 8 a. m.
Sermon "The Letter Of
eyes so intensely blue they seemed Farnsworth. Lopez. CHURCH subject: Sermons .................11..... "Jaekse.ville'e Leadle. II.C.I"
Life. This will be in observ- at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
unbeliereable. Disturbing eyes she "Mr. Crocker means" Neuman Thursday Nov. 14-Busy Beevs.
Week-Day Services THE
of Childhood and Youth SEMINOLE
decided In the scant fraction of a answered, chosing! l his words carefully Firemen. (Colored) ance Mass on Tuesday and Thursday POUTICAL

second it took her to steady herself. I ," that if he injures: ,me with' Friday, Nov. 15 Firemen vs. 717 Simonton Street 1Uev. Week at 7 I
Intermediate a. m.
"Sure you're all right?" Again i you, first then he'll be safe If I Lopez. ., 'Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor I Epworth! League ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY 40
: Litany and Sermon on Wednes
tbe young fisherman spoke to Anne."Quite.eo i chose to .tell the truth, the whole Monday, Nov. 18-Art's vs. Sunday morning, 11 o'clock.I[ meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- day at 7:30 m. 45f *
line Watkins superintendent p.
she then Impulsively !
answered truthlie started to turn away, Bee.Thursday. Visiting minister.
Busy Confessions After the Wednes P f
"tiiroisfo. then added "you needn't Mr. Young People's League meetsat : ELECTION, NOVEMBER
I worry Nov. 21-Busy Beevs. Church school, 3:30 p. >iu I I
The blue eyes widened in surprise Crocker." Lopez. Young people, 6:30 p. m. De 6:30 p. m. Norman J. Lowe, day evening service. 12, 1935 1Jaeke..vl11e.

bate. Subject "The Seventh I, president. ........................
Friday, Nov. 22-Firemen vs. : or, 1
Worship service at 7:30 p. m. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH For
Art's. the First Day, Which? MayorDR.
I Sermon subject "The Thief and
IN Sunday evening, 7:30 o'clock. The Mob." (Colored) H. C. GALEYFor

Temperance Sunday. Thought to Mid-week and Bible A. T. McCaskill Pastor
BASEBALL GAME be considered "The subject of prayer Mayor F1.rl.aCRAS.
I study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. M. A. Moreno, Recording StewardMrs.
alcohol drinks at the expense of WM. H. MALONEFor D. GRIPER. 17a.ageeA
M. A. Moreno
Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately Secretary
his.! higher faculties which become human home-like institution
HERE TOMORROWBy \ less efficient. Conclusion a I following the mid-week Sunday school, 9:30: a. m. Reelectioa where you will find year ladlTldaalemf

4i I service. Sirs P. B. Roberts, di- Sunday service, 11 a. m. .rt sad rmtrnmlmwmtnt a mat-
group of scientists. I ter of great Importance.
rector. Evening worship 7 o'clock.: For CouncilmanDR.
Tuesday evening 7:30 o'clock. I -o--

'a rd w In the heart C the cKy
.q 1 The two picked clubs that will the Methodist\. Cuban Church, El I SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST
For CouncilmanCLIFFORD -0Every -
a'w- compete in the big Armistice Day Salvador. 327 Elizabeth Street CHURCH Room with Combination Tab

aq. game, will play a baseball game I Sunday school 9:30 a. m. I G. HICKS and Shower Bath Radio Electric
q. service 11 (Colored) Ceiling Fall Slat Door for Summer
tomorrow at the Navy FieldWilliam LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Sunday morning at
For Councilman Ventilation C nf rtabl* Beds with
Southard Street Between Thomas
Cates will one o'clock. Construction
manage CHURCH SOUTH i Mattresses of Inner Spring
of the clubs with C. Griffin and Wednesday evening service at and Emma Streets MARCOS A. MESA, SR. lad iBdlvMval. Read

Bethel as his battery. Rev. M. L. Smith, Pastor 8 o'clock. William Perkins. PastorG. lag Lamp

Oscar Capote will pilot the Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. Reading room in Society build Williams, Missionary Leader For CouncilmanJIM RATES BUcle

Lj other aggregation and will use Church school at 9:45 a. m., ing open Tuesdays and Fridays Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 ROBERT I 7<1 R__.. Private Bath ___- txoafc

P. Carbonell and Joe Casa as his with Ed. R. Curry superinten- f roil 3 to 5 o'clock.CATHOLIC o'clock. 1 ae RMK R.*_*.., Private Private nath Bath __._m._..._ 3-l

1 pitcher and catcher. Church services, 11 o'clock in For Police Justice :1 Rees Private Bath __ ___._ SJM
.r. The rest of Cates' stars will be dent.Morning: worship at 11 o'clock. CHURCH the morning. 18 S."I.! Res .. Private Bath ....
I Baker Subject: "A Good Appetite"4th Prayer meeting every Wednes
Sterling, Ingraham, Hale, St. Mary's Star of the Sea OCCTJPAJICTFLORIDA; :
H. Gates, Albury, Joe Navvaro in series on the Beattitudes. day night at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., For Chief of Police
and D. Navarro and) Wickers. Young People's Department has: in charge Y. P. M.\ V. S. meeting. 5:30 MYRTLAND GATES
its session in the Division < o'clock m.
The Capote nine will have morning Order of services for this p.

Pen, Al Acevedo, Armando Ace- street school building with Miss I church: ........................ For Captain of Police -
vedo. A. Castro, Gabriel, Barcelo Miriam Carey as teacher and Albert I I Sunday morning Masses will be ALBERTO CAMEROFor ?/otefA. {

a 1"Mse e and George Acevedo. Carey as president. said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. CLASSIFIED

1_ This game will be called at 2 Junior boys and girls at 4 p. Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. / Captain of Police

p. m. sharp.SOCIAL. m., with Mrs Mary Thompson in Evening service at 7:30 o'clock COLUMNAdvertisements ROBERT J. LEWIS

"Sure you're all right" asked tbe fisherman. charge. Sundays and Fridays. 1 Bobby"LEGALS

'Ml aimifi." be responded quickly."I ANN> whose sense of justice had LOOP GAMES Young 6:30 p.People's m. evening sessionat FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ........................ fIo.WASHINGTON GEORGE.. .. '

say. man. that was-quick think flicked by Rob's attitude Evening preaching at 7:30 p. m. under! this head ct.-sa.. :

ing." Luke Farnsworth was on the held out a detaining band and half will be inserted The Citizen at '
"The Book of Books. in :
Subject: Between Duval and iM w.i"uWd
float with them, his voice broken in anger at her fiance, half in an FOR NEXT WEEKBy Prayer and praise service each Eaton Street Simonton Streets the rate of Ic a word for each insertion \OTirtJ OK M4 ..TER !SALENOTICE .-.s.i.w.hiA... ..... .hr.. .. y{
fits face blanched. "1-I'm deeply earnest attempt to express her gratI- I the IS HEREBY GIVEN .....-
but the minimum for
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. James S. Day, Pastor that under and by virtue of and GAI"GI.._ -
Indebted. Why John I didn't recognize tude spoke again In Finnish-"Kt- I I .. ..
choir first insertion in every instance is pursuant .to tbat certain decree .ores .4assaaRATlS..1150.d
Young people's practice School 9:45 m. I .
Bible at a.
I you. might bare known you'ddo itoksia.John Neuman.and ilyvastt""You made and entered on the 20th day .
t a thing like that Not many young are welcome. Miss Farnsworth ( JOVE) each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss Classes for all ages. 25c. I of September" A. D. 1135. by the
i Schedule of games for next Alice Jenks pianist worship at 11 o'clock. Payment for classified adver- Honorable Jefferson B. Browne. MAYFLOWER
men capable of reasoning, such a and goodbye to 70U.- Morning I One of the Judge of the Circuit"
rescue in a split second: would have "John. Luke Farnsworth halted week in the Social League follows Church choir practice each Fri- Meeting of the B. T. U., 6:30 tisements is in invariably in advance,] Court of the Eleventh Judicial Clr-" 1., 3os a..",.,,
: day at 8 m. Mrs. J. Roland but regular advertisers with ledger cult of Monroe County Florida in .n. s.a.d s.1. .
the it I'd like talkto p.
strength to carry through. him. "just a moment. to p. m. Chancery" In that certain cause ..? ; 1..1La1a..r"
"Anne,this is John Nenman.John you In the office. Rob." he turnedto Monday, 4 p. m.-High School Adams pianist. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. accounts may have their advertise- therein pending: wherein Berlin A.Sawyer :' ,R J tead Ste t,
Crocker who stood watching him and Bayview Par. Prayer service Wednesday ments charged. is complainant and The : > .r. + Cs.e
my daughter. Burbank Realty Company a corporation GA.AG.Is.h .a..
"John Neuman* Anne looked intently, "take Anne through the Tuesday-Lighthouse and Bay- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN evening 7:30 o'clock. Advertisers should give their The FHrmt NatioB- Bank j4 SATES..StoOadFLAGLER
up. canneries." view Park. CHURCH Thursday evening 7:30 o'clock, street address as well as their telephone of Key West a corporation HarryGwynn
To think she could haTe forgottenhim. Hilda Iota wife.
and Gwyan.
Crocker hesitated a moment, Wednesday Lighthouse and choir rehearsal. number if they desire re-
she defendants, the undersigned
"Of coarser said you J. C. Gekeler, Pastor are
eyed the two walking away with a High SchooL I "
Special Master In Chancery ap-
were halfback for the Aggies and I Corner of White and Washington its sm.s.a.y.ris .
look of consternation then tamed Thursday-Bayview Park and PENTECOSTAL MISSION sults.With pointed by said decree, will offer
danced with at Multnomah. two each classified advertise- .
you Streets for sale and sell at public outcry to eha.d.ak
years ago." to Anne and grasped her arm pos Administration. 1C ment The Citizen will give free an the highest; bidder for cash, before .=.-...
sessively. When they were out of ear Friday-Lighthoise and Admin- Sunday school meets at a. 909 Olivia Street Outfit. Ask for the front door of the County CourtHouse --, ....., 5.
And you wore a yellow dress shot he turned with a flashing smile istration. m. Oscar Norman, superintendent. Wm. Skondeen, Pastor Autostrop Razor In Key West Monroe County,

with a lot of shiny thingamabobs. which quickly dispelled her growing Games other than Monday'swill The Adult Bible Class is taughtby Sunday morning worship, 11 it. II A.Florida D. 1)35 on, (Monday sam being November a rule RATES....l.inmd.1

"Imagine your remembering that. suspicion that Rob might have an be called at 5 o'clock. Each the pastor. o'clock. of said Court and a legal sales day)

Anne found it difficult to meet the unpleasant side heretofore unno club will play 12 games, four Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday school for all 3:30 p. MISCELLANEOUS: I during wit: between the legal 11 hours O'clock of Bale la the to WEST PALM' IB EACH; :

steady scrutiny of his eyes. ticed. with each team.CHURCH Sermon topic: "The Lord Omni m. DIESEL-Men wanted to start forenoon and Z O'clock in the aft-

"Imagine my forgetting it," he Nice trlpr. he asked. 1 potent Reigneth." Sunday night evangelistic serv- immediate training in this vicin- ernoon of said the satisfy foUowingdeJlcl'ibed said

countered. gravely. -lIeaTen),." she answered. There will be no evening serv- ice 7:15 o'clock. ity to install, operate and serv- decree by property payment of the amounts

"Anne" Interposed Luke Farnsworth "Glad to see me here?" he quizzed. PROGRAM I ive, owing to Mr. Gekeler's! leav- Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and ice DIESEL ENGINES in power therein specified: '
the fact "I was until you barked at Mr. ing on the afternoon plane for plants trucks tractors, etc. On the Island of Key West
do you appreciate rise service. and Is Lot Nine (I) of Square tie
that this young man saved your Neuman after he'd saved my life." EVENING the sessions of the St. John's Friday, 7:15 p. m, fellowship Consultation service and tools Four" (I) In Tract Twenty-
"Saved nothing." Rob de MONDAY seven (%1), according to tbe3larleJ1o
life; have you thanked himT""She your Presbytery which convenes in meeting. furnished Write giving me- Towers subdivision:

:i bas" Neuman replied.and rided. "I could see everything from Lakeland. Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' and chanical qualifications. Schoeck plat of which is duly recordedIn
In own language. She speaks the wharf. You'd have struck the Diesel Training Alton. Illinois. Plat Book. 1, page 140. In the The GEORGE WASHINGTON
my float all right and even If you'ddropped girls church. records of the County of Ifon- 109 *....wit* bus .mi. s......
Finnish like a native""I The following program will be THE SALVATION ARMY sept4-21-28oct5-12-19-26x; State of Florida ..
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once had a Finnish nurse." you'd swam out. a rendered by the Young People's CHURCH OF COD ALLAN B. CLEARE JR, ......Weil-- IC Bled ekla ta.6...

Anne explained. fish like you." Circle at Ley Memorial Church Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer WANTED Special Master In Chancery. IAtu Sane ad w GI.IA.GE. __
"Rob., Anne's voice was low. in Charge 1106 Olivia Street RAYMOND: R. LORD)
evening beginning at 7:30 Solicitor for the Complainant : : t1II o..fro.: j
Monday 1't] .
troubled "I don't understand your service at 11 o'clock.
t 7IT11 the advent of the Ahtl and 1002 Fleming Street Morning WANTED tfhance to bid ..pU). octt-12-lt-2t
'" attitude. I should think you'd be o'clock: Company meeting (Sunday Sunday school 3:30 p. m. on
the news that Neuman had rescued Instrumental solo Alice Jenks. your next printing order. The
the cannery owner's daughter, grateful. school). 9:45 a. m. Mrs Kath- Sunday night service, 7:15
Anne turned to him. It seemed this Scripture reading. Artman Press aug7 aoosrweoooswo
a crowd bad gathered on the wharf erine Eldridge, Young Peoples' o'clock. { !
dark haired dark eyed with Hymn No. 285.
above them. Anne, seeking relief man. Sergeant: Major, in charge. Evangelistic service, Wednesday
his flashing white teeth and small FOR RENT
from the blue eyes studying her so Prayer. Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. 7:15 p. m. ,
respectfully glanced up, then started close cropped moustache was a Solo, Della Mae Curry. Subject: "The Inheritance of the Prayer and praise service, } .

stern in surprise.disapproval Looking on his down handsome at her years stranger looked seniority down some at her rather older from than man his the fifteen who lovable Albert Is Our Carey.Recitation..Community. Vance Stirrup.Aware? ,, Spirit Young Filled.People's" Legion 6:30p., 7:30 p. m. Teacher 'ri.1 NICELY:Duval ,street.FURNISHED with garage. Apply APARTMENT oct19 827 I I 1 ALL KEY WESTERS I Ik

face was Rob Crocker, her fiance, m. Topic: "Certainty In
comrade she was to marry. Lati--Miioa I
whom she thought was in Portland. Reading, Mrs. :Mary Thompson. Faith."
"I happen to know that what John TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED
Mesdames Smith and Services Sundays, Tuesdays and
Dadlihe pulled at his sleeve, Duet Salvation meeting, 7:30 p. m. i iI -i
Nenman did down there was done APARTMENT. Conveniences
conducted Rev.
"there's Rob. not In to save life Hicks. Subject: "The Law.:? I Thursdays, by Have friends somewhere else who are
an attempt your Weather- porches. 519 Elizabeth living S
She wondered if she had Imagineda Reading, Mrs\ :Mary Street service on Saturday nightat : Charles E. LazoSunday I ,
but to make it appear he had. Ha 523 South-
nervous Jerk at her words. Luke ford. school. 9:30 a. m.
the of and Dn- in KEY
interested WEST.
I wants to put your father under such corner Fleming ard street. oct4 Bring
Farnsworth looked np. "What are Rev. Smith.
heavy obligation that he'll have to val streets 7:30 o'clock. CHURCH I II
you doing here?" he barked at the I Hymn No. 254.Today's 1 SAINT PAUL'S of the
the wharf. meet Neuman's demands in the row Midweek service Thursday 7:30 I I FOR :SALE 4 your copy
man on
Rob Crocker dropped lightly to he's hatched np." ........................ p. m. Corner Duval and Eaton Streets I
"What Is the row? Anne asked. 1 Sundays 1
the float and without looking at FOR SALE-Cow manure, 40
Anne, faced her father. "I heard (Copyrifkt. ItiS, t>f Jeanne Bowman Horoscope CHURCHSOUTH Morning Prayer 6:45: a. m. I cents a sack delivered. Adams West Over Star
Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. Key Sunday
there was labor trouble brewing Monday' Anne meets still anotherfriend Church School i, Dairy, Phone 454. oct25-2t I
Mass for the
here. You neither left word of four out of the past "EL SALVADOR"Corner .
Today's nature is generous, the Grinnell and Virginia 9:30 a. m. I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
-- -- ---- ------ --- inspirations scientific, and while 1 Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. cards I
$1.25. The Artman
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to the Office and we will mail it to any
1 not at all pessimistic the mindis Sermon
I for Childhood and Youth Week Rev.XJuillermo Perez, Pastor Evensong Prayer Press. ug7
SPECIAL SERVICE II developed in solitude, but with (Services in Spanish) Benediction. 8 p. m. ''I address in the U. S.

IN "What U our community doing a true perspective of life and affairs Sunday school 10 a. m. Week Days SECOND SHEETS-500 for SOc.

SUNDAY MORNING: to our boys and pirls. The I Fortune should follow this Preaching 8 p. m. Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. I The Artman Press. aug7
theme selected by the pastor is degree, unless there are exceedingly Mothers' Club meets Monday Mass, 7 a. m. '

j in keeping with the general theme. bad aspects. Sp.m. Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. PRINTING-quality Printing at

Fleming Street :Methodist; ; people All boys not and connected girls and with young any I PURSE FALLS FROM. PLANE Wednesday Bible study 8 and p. m.prayer service!I i 9 a.A m.second Mass on Wednesdays man the Lowest Press. Prices. The aUc'1j Art-!I I l| Key West Over Sunday Star o oOn

en ..i.-n vitil observe Childhood and f
other church school or church are LITTLE ROCK Ark.-A purse "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. MIXED BIBLE CLASS OLD PAPERS FoE SALE-Two I

'> .?,rh \\tlk, Sunday morning at invited to attend this service and containing $6.10 fell from the sky L. Oser and Montero. bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of-,!

th' njiulir worship service. ; the adults are not excluded almost into tale hands of Billy Pastors Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monti- fice. oct6 Sale At Your News Dealers Or J

TH Rev. Shuler Peele. r Castleberry of this city. The >'gial end Angela Streets II cino. Teachers I. X Delivered To Your Home 9

pastor i purse was claimed by Mrs. Thelma [SaadVy school, 3 p. m. This class meets every Sunday, TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO':

mil use as his theme. "The Letter I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c Young, who said it fell as she e in Spanish, Friday, at morning at the Harris School auditorium sheets, '75e. The Artman Press j 1

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I ; SOCIETY i ; TO SUBSCRIBERS Ten Reasons Why Boys Today In History bonds for Mussolini.

x :-: DIVISION SCHOOLCOVERS MANY r Should Carry Paperseeeoeeeeeeaeeoeeeeeeo ..e.e..eececse..esee.. 1929-Girl baby born in cabin:

.................................IHallowe'en ............... If yon do net receive your see 1774-First Continental Con airplane 1290 feet above Miami,
- paper by 6:15 o'clock ia theafternoon '
1. It grooms a boy for a bet- gress adjourned-had been sitting Fla.
Costume DanceAt call telephone 51
Ball SIX-WEEKS PERIOD LARGE NUMBER INSPECT NEW ter job. in Philadelphia since Sept.'
and a will be cent to
Raul' Club Habana-Madrid paper 2. It teaches 5th Subscribe to The Citizen-ZOe
At ENDING OCTO- MODEL ON DISPLAY AT NA- you home. A complaint boy him to work. I 'I
M OB duty at this office from 3. It makes him dependable. weekly.

Raul's Annual Hallowe'en Ball, Followers of the terpsichorean BER 18 VARRO'S SHOWROOMSSince 6:15 to 7:15 p. ID. for the 4. It raises the standard of 1850-The Northwest Passage

the big event that has been look-I art will be given a real treat to- purpose of delivering com 1'his future. sought after for three centuries, I I Bermuda Meat Market

ed forward to for months by pat- night at the lfabana-Madrid Club plaints. Help n* give yon 100 5. It gives him valuable discovered by Sir Robert .J. McClure ,;
rons of this night club will take with a real fantastic Hallowe'en Honor Roll for the Division the 1936 edition of Dodge percent service by ealing 51 perience.: ex of England-of little value Heavy Western Steer Meat

i place tonight. ,I and costume dance. Street School] for the six weeks was placed on display several I if you do not receive The Citi- 6. It the when found. Milk Fed Veal Sprint Lamb
-The stage is set for one of the i The dance will be directed by i period ending October 18, 1935, days ago, hundreds of Key West with people. boy acquainted II I 3,4-GROWN HENS-FRYERS

most outstanding floor shows in' .John Carbonell who predicts a follows: ers have visited the showrooms of f ;-,3.1:
I'.II..f 7. It teaches a boy to Phone 861-W Open San. A. M.
the history of the club. What I I record-breaking crowd owing to 6A- effect the "Apache Dance" which the fact that scores of reservationshave 5A-Eleanor Larson Hilton i seen it demonstrated. CORRECTIONIn ahead and work for himself. I I at Washington received -! Cor. White and Virginia St..
8. It
will be enacted by Clarence "Su -I already been made. .John Sassrnet. Florence Saunders. i Dan Navarro will have the show.f I teaches a boy the valueof his passport from Pres.

ar" Sweeting and Dexter Woods, will be on hand to handle the big 5B-4A-George Barber Fred rooms of this agency open to. the article appearing The money he has earned. j land for writing letter cleve-I
9. It
will have on the audience! can-1! affair personally. Two hundred Hinde. R. C. Skelton, Alma As- night and all day tomorrow for,I Citizen yesterday giving a list of f and shows that he has initiative !I individual vote Democratic. MONROE THEATERPaul
create ideas.
not be determined.Two I I and fifty invitations have been son, Shirley Bullard Kathleen] those who have not yet seen the candidates for the city election' 10. It power'teaches the :' I
of the latest song hits!t(I issued-this being the full capacity Christiansen. Dodge masterpiece.The I the name of .J. Frank Roberts, 1---- burn: Muni-Ann Dvorakin
"Rhythm and Romance" and I, of the beautiful tile dance 4B-Eugene Rosam. startling new Dodge has I who is in the race for councilman,)! big -- -

"I've Got A Feeling You're Fool-j I[ 3A-3B-Willette Camalier Lor- excited the praise and admiration was omitted. i DR. SOCRATESMatinee

ing" are the numbers chosen toj i floor.Mr.. Carbonell has received the raine Goethe. Martha Gomez of everyone who has seen i it..1 --- I : Balcony lOc; Orchestras -

be sung by Harriett .Johnson. || assurance of his many friends Mary\ Elizabeth Knowles Persis "The best looking car Dodge ha; NOTICE 1 15-20cs Night 152ScHOLTSBERG'S

Baby Bennett will surprise the. that they will be present and take Larsen Charles Sanchez Alfred ever built." It is being advertised Inc. D. ARONOVITZ
audience with his interpretation.! part in the festi ities. Lowe. as the Money Saving Dodge:i To the Voters of Key West: ,

of the Cuban hits "Ama Pola"'j A special feature on tonight's 2A-Raymond Thompson Vir- and the "Beauty Winner" of: I herewith submit my name and:! "Quality Shop" I DEPARTMENT STORE

and "AI Encontrarte." ,I program will be a fancy stage ginia Kelley. 1936.Today's. candidacy for the position of'
2B-I-Herman Cerezo, .Joan Chief of Police in the coming city;: PROSPERITY IS HEADED
Gerald Pinder of West's best
Gould and 1 dance by some Key I I in
Curry town is
Daughtry. Frances Mora ........................ election and solicit the supportof OUR WAY I about Everyone talking
will do the "Shadow Dance. talent. I our READY-TO-WEAR
The management of the club I Prizes will be given for the 2B-2--James Miller Anita the electorate for the office to i I Big things are in store for :I DEPARTMENT. It is the

has arranged to serve. a potato :best dances, best and most com- Aguilar, Betty Lou Boza Bertha Birthday* which I aspire, promising to do' us-so let's !all be optimisticand 'I grandest and most complete Monday Sale

salad luncheon during the eve-' iscal costumes. Perez. ,..............0........ my best if successful to serve,! than dress prepared up to We meet are more requirements line of popular and high-grade
Hallowe'en lA-Daniel Lastras .Josie Sosa the public with reasonable satis-'! your I assortment of DRESSES ever
The entire compliment Jackie Coogan onetime ju I -we are now showing I shown 25 pieces of New Fall Silks,
ning.Del by any store in the city.
1 faction
Cates Pinder. in the of the;
Sylvia Fay discharge
Wood's orchestra will be on colors have been used to I
;i venile movie star born in Los i Black, Brown Blue Green, consisting of 40 inch Plaid
hand to furnish a good program carry out the decorations of the lA-lB-Florence Mae Mitchell I Angeles, 21 years ago. duties of the office. !I THE SEASON'S SMARTEST Rust and Purple. Sizes 12 to Silks, 40 inch Printed Silks,
.dance rhythm. hall which has been draped in the Elizabeth Ann Gardner Carlos I humbly submit my -j' READY-TO-WEAR I 50. Prices to suit any purse. 40 inch Satins, Silk Tweeds,
-- most exquisite manner giving it Gomez, Nathalie Bethel, Ken- Edward A. O'Neil, presidentthe tions as a candidate and cite the i I Come in today and select 'f HATS to match any color 40 inch Cantons Krinklc
neth Larsen .Joe Young. foliowingfor your !I your garment. A small deposit Crepes, 40 inch Rough
the effect of a gorgeous display consideration/ Dress
Plan Social For of the 1B-1-Leonard Rickerson. American Farm Bureau Fed- Served in the '/ : will hold it for you on Crepes, Eta See window display -
is creditable to one I' New line
that Suits with
eration. Chicago, born near Florence our "lay-away" plan. Come in of Boys
EveningChoir in the South. 1B-2-Estelle Martinez Tonita Navy and in the U. S-. Armyj the on sale )Ion50c
Monday finest night clubs new pinch-back models.
I today or day.
t Ala., 60 years ago. any day per yard .____...
Pereira, Olga Perez Rose Marie I Overseas with the 42nd Company//! SHOES SHOESA SHOES for the entire family -

Guild of St. Paul's' Entertain With Pinder. Dr. Max Mason president of Rainbow Division. selection of styles that Blacks, Browns, and other New Handbags brown, green
I am married, 39 years old, and I are reproductions of higher novelty combinations of and black 10 styles, on sale
Church will Social hold their the Parish anual Hallowe'en Hall-| Birthday Party Honor Roll for same period of the Rockefeller Foundation bornat the father of one child and have I!I priced lines--and at popular SHOES. Low and High Heels. Monday .......___..._.._.._ $1.00
Madison, Wis., 58 years ago. Call and look
starting at 8 -- Harris School: lived in Key West all of ray) life I prices. They are exclusive, but same over. $4.95 Silk Dresses, on sale

Monday evening An enjoyable birthday party in 5A .Julius Napolis Ruth except for the time spent in the not expensive. $2.00 to $3.95 HOSIERY for Ladies in new at .00_____.....___._........ $3.95
Fall shades.
o'clock. I Doris Stevens of New York and SALE ON DRESSES Service weights
Members of the organization honor of Captain Luther Finder Thompson. Washington D. C., women ]leader performance of military duties. I I Saturday and Monday : and Chiffon quality-knee- $6.95 and $7.95; Silk Dresses,

are planning to make the affair'{was given last evening at his' 5B-4A-Billy Helseth, Sidney born at Omaha, Nebr., 43 Completed tenth grade in Mon- 75 Silk Dresses, made to sell at I high and regular HOSE.A I on sale .......__...__m___ $5.95
colorful and festive' with Had +t Lowe Charles Sands. roe County Public Schools, and; $4.00 at .. $1.98 and $2.88 FEW MONDAY SPECIALS Extra size Silk Dresses on
lowe'en colors predominant in the home with many of his friends inj 3A-Betty .June Brown Lois years ago. also attended army and navy I 60 Silk Dresses made to sell at Another- new shipment of : sale __ ____ $5.95
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decorations attendance. I I Ray Hiner Earl Gwynn. .John T. Madden of schools. $5.00, at ...___0.__...______.__ $3.88 I I Ladies' Woolen Angora and
SB.Jimmie Singleton. In the rehabilitation '! 100 Silk Dresses made to sell MONDAY MORNING
There will be a short one cast In the bridge games played,\ the Alexander Hamilton Institute of Key! at $6.00. at ___ _. $4.88Don't i Silk Dresses sizes 14 to 44. SPECIALS
3B-2B-Patsy Albury, Nell West '
play with the scene laid some- Gilbert A. McKillip was winner of I and dean of the N. Y. Univ. Schoolof I respectfully solicit the miss this opportunitycome m special __-+0_._.? $1.98Children's
10 dor.
Wash Dresses 14 to
I Rose Sands Nellie Thrower. Ruby honor of the I' ,
where in Key West, the time, first prize with Miss Annabelle Commerce, born at Worcester, serving community j and see these garments Chinchilla Over- 44, fast colors on sale SOC
Wharton. Patsy Duane, Nina So- !
as Chief of Police for the coats, and blues
I next pinks special -
.... cast morning of characters, noon or as night follows and: Mrs.the! Hill being awarded the second lano Laurette Russell:; Betty Jean I Mass., 53 years ago. two; years. !, these- two at a time at I Iyou.U I( at ____...-+-.._.._ $1.00 Large'-Table Cloths see window -

William White, :Mrs. Lillian Nash. prize. Wharton. Dean Henry W. Holmes of the Respectfully submitted. I ALSO ON SALE Children's Silk Dresses, reds, T *w SOc
.John Dancing and other forms of 2B-Anna Cook. Education MYRTUVND CATES. I Children's Coats $3.50 I browns, greens blues, specialat I 81x99 Peperell atsre tar
Mrs. James Pinder Mrs. Graduate School of -------- I
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1B-1-Nancy Norman, Carrie Candidate for Chief of Police. Children's Sweaters 50c & 69c I each $1.00 to $3.98 $1.25. at .T $1J a-
in with in Boston, 55
Baldwin, Mrs. Millard Johnson, amusement were indulged Harvard born years
Gomez. (Paid Political Advertisement) Ladies' Sweaters __0.0.____. $1.00 I .'I Ladies' and Misses Slip-Over I Double Blankets, see window,
Mrs. .Joseph Ladd, Miss Louisa delicious refreshments served ago. I Silk Blouses .... 89c and $1.00 i i I Sweaters and Angora Blouses on sale ...........______..u... $1.50
McClintock. Miss Edith Williams, and all in attendance spent a ........................ SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT Wool Skirts _._..___....n..h. $1.49 special, each ._-_ $1.00 I I All color Silk Blouses, on
:Miss Dorothy Hjort. most enjoyable evening. t Woolen Suits ____ _..... $5.95 i I Flannels, all shades, special !
nun. I sale ...?.._................ .. 98c
Features on the program are VIEWS AND REVIEWS -on-- Wool Flannel .Jackets .... $2.98 i i per yard ____ -+.--.....,.--h- 10c Single Blankets sale 50c
magic stunts, a pantomime entitled Arrange Dance For WAVES Travel Prints and Foulards.] :,: 36 inch Drapery, heavy grade I Full Fashioned Silk on Hose, now

"Pictures From Life's SHOES I 1'wo Permanents stis, ------ -- --_---- .- 23c green rust, blue gold, special fall colors _..._ __ 59c
Monday Night gg.QQ Printed Silks : -:::: _- 75c I 3 yards .._____ $1.00 j u
What Whether
Other Side fortune telling refreshments They Say for ..____...._
Knitted Suits ..._ $3.95 50 pieces New Fall Tweeds t SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER
and a ten minute Right Or Wrong \\ Newest Fall and Better Waves $5.00 and np Ladies' Coats __.... $6.98 I special, per yard u......._._ 20c SPECIALS
"Mush and Poke, Undertakers"with Firemen's Diamondball Team .......................6 Winter Footwear! Every pair MRS. MILLER I 00

the following characters, R. will sponsor a dance at Habana- Jesse H.Jones; Chairman, R. F. C.: new and attractive. High Lowor l 407 South Street Phone 574-J I I I I
U. Ded and I. M. De Composi- Madrid Club Monday night. "No Medium Heels and in all
sooner does a hungry per-
Music will be furnished by Del colors.
tion.Music son receive a dole from his gov-
for the social will be un- Woods' popular dance band. than REAL REDUCTION SATUR-
ernment he spends it for
der the direction of Charles Rob- Reservations can be made by call- food-it back into circula- DAY AND MONDAY
the station 368. goes SILK IIOSIERYPurchasedto -.
ing fire 'phone tion."
I match our Shoes. All sizes.
-- ---- all colors. Stock up at special
erts.MOUNTAINS Thoma .J. Watson: prices offered for MONDAY.
GROWING PAINS'SEENI I "Machines don't grow on treesor I Ladies' Kayser Silk Stock- FIRMSWho

I bushes. They are simply tools ings, Chiffon ond' Service
that men have devised to enable weights, Monday, 65ct

AS CAUSE OF QUAKES IN MONTANA them to do a better job." per pair ......-..._..__

Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Hubert Julian Negro ..iator. in t DressesSweaters

By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE tered nearly twice as strong as Ethiopia:

(Associated Press Science Editor) this year's earthquake. "I know how to fight the Ital-
The new quakes may be a move- ians. I knew many of them in I .
NEW YORK Oct. 2S.-Hele-
ment of the lands north of the Harlem." Overcoats Star American Coffee

na' prolonged earthquakes are fault adjusting their foundationsto -for Ladies, Misses and JOHN C. PARK ROSES TIFT'S
almost certainly the growing pain I Ha last and thatis
: equalize the slips to the south- Ray Murphy Commander American Children a aroma

of the Big Belt mountains, a i; ward in 1925. At least the con- Legion: Why not) buy while our selection only found in good coffee FLORAL PIECES A
range of the Rockies about 10miles tinued tremors this year about "Legionaries will fight with all ] is complete! They're 328 SIMONTON ST.a..d you can be sure that it's CASH GROCERY

east of the city. !1[:Helena seem to balance the count of their strength to prevent this I beautiful and are priced for fresh because it** blended in SPECIALTY
i i iof. 1925 to the southward. In I country being dragged into an- quick sale. Key West 1101 Division Street
The last time they moved a lit- I that year 87 quakes were t other foreign war." t New shipment Ladies', Misses I PLUMBINGDURO

tle in their many million year recorded. and Children's OVERCOATS- LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

rise was in 1925. Then there was I I Francis W. Writ, British economist I You buy when you see them. STAR, Ib 25c;
a quake, south of Helena about ....................... FOR MONDAY Camelhair I
twice as bad as this year's. I. "There is no question of the suc- I Silk Corded and Flowered V. & S., ft ISc. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
The 1925 quake did not kill I cess of the League of Nations if GrocerieaPLUMBING

anyone because its worst shakes .................... ..e we have the moral and economicand I at "....'" .__.,...1__..and_.....__2.._pieces--____ $1.95 all SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
hit open country. It cracked vast diplomatic" support of the Ladies' Swagger Suits, special 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
masses of rocks off the mountainsand II Miss Rosa Perez left yesterday United States. at __.___..__.__._n_.... $5.95
blocked the Northern Pacific by P. and O. boat for a visit with UNPACKED TODAY New PHONE 348, Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
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railroad for a long time. i relatives in Tampa. Laurence Stalling, war corrpondent line of Ladies' Underwear. '

Growth Fairly CertainIt ( : Every wanted garment at the ,
: Edward Hernandez was a passenger 'Ethiopia, so beautiful, so savage best prices.
called attention to what is : SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
leaving on the Cuba yesterday : and so ignorant stands aghast I .JUST IN A nice assortment -
going on under the Big Belt moun- afternoon for Tampa ;, at the horrors of 'civilized war I of Ladies' Sweaters Jewfuh, 2 Ib*. 35c INSURANCE
tains and fixed definitely one where he will spend several weeks fare'." newest styles. THE KEY WEST
fault line. The seismologicalmaps I Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib.. 3Sc m
with relatives and friends. LADIES' HATS Lovelynew
and geological studies on Cordell Hull Secretary of State: I fall colon and shapes. : Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib*. 25c Office: 319 Duval Street

this 1925 quake and its fault lice:: Miss Amelia Disdier left on the "Our objective is to keep this Prices are RIGHT.HANDBAGS Grouper 2 Ib*. 25c SUNDAY STAR

leave some doubt whether the Cuba yesterday afternoon for country out of war.'''* I New assortment Snapper 2 Ib*. -"'-, 2Sc I
present shock comes from a deep Tampa where she will just opened to matchour TELEPHONE NO.1
spend a up
underground slip this identified W-;;; : Na-I Mutton Fish, 2 Ib*. 25c
on while with relatives. Frank C- director Dresses. Subscription $Z Per Year _
fault line or whether there tional Emergency: Council: SILKS! SILKS! SILKS FRESH SHRIMP
are still unknown fault lines that Fillmore Sawyer "The is fast Largest stock ever carried at Key West's -1HE----" Try Yo r Meal At
was a passenger emergency passing. I Large Select Oyster Only Sunday;
might slip under the Big Belt to I one time. Every design and
leaving on the Steamship The trend of business is upward.Our Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 6Sc Paper Delmonlco Restaurant
account ton the Helena shakes. Cuba last every material. Prices! -
night skies
Tampa wherehe are brighter. PORTERAUENCOMPANY
The Big Belt mountains run I will visit for a few weeks with They're LOWER than ever! I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen Bndwelter; Beer _______ ISc
northwest and southeast about 70 relatives and friends. George W. Norris, U. S. Sen.torfrom I' 40 shades All Silk 40 inch
miles. That they are growing I I Nebraska: Satin Back Crepe. yard 98c I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Coarse Dinner, ......

slowly as most of the other Rock'[ :Maitland Adams, manager of "You can't compare commercial yard 40 inch- ....nnn.AH Shades. Satin_ 50c per PHONE 151 PHONE 51 --- SOc 7Sc. ..d 85
lea has been fairly certain among!' the Thompson Interests in Key transactions with the loss of 56 inch All Wool 'Flannel], I

geologists. In fact mountain I j West, left yesterday by plane for man lives." .,c ; hu-I the right material for this

growth in this region is so well.i a business visit in :Miami. climate yard 00 _. $1.48 AARON McCONNELL '
established that the area is included -| I Wm. E. Borah. U. S. Senator from Cotton Tweed card 15e j I 536 Fleming Street Our Reputation is WrapPRITCIARD

in a longtimetriangula-,[I .John Archer and Mrs. :Mildred Idaho: I HOW ABOUT THE HOME i I ped in every package JENNIE B. DE BOER

tion set up by the U. S. Coast|I Archer were passengers leavingby "We seem forced to admit that Time to start dressing up FUNERAL HOME

And Geodetic surrey to determine! plane yesterday for a visit in the settlement of international I the home with our new line of I A # of
how much the mountains novel! Miami. controversies through peaceful Draperies, Readymade Cur- m.
tains, Curtain Panels,
around in a century's time. means is a long way off." Pillows, Tapestries, Lovely Tablecloths tQ Ooctor Watch PRINTINGDONE Dignified SrmipaUieti -

Fault Line Marked 'Miss Rosaria Ebra left yester- and scores of other c.arteey:
The fault line of the 1925 day afternoon on the Cuba for Ruggero Sa'ntini, Italian Generalin items too numerous to list 4 BY US

quake lies about 60 miles south of! Tampa where she will visit for a Ethiopia: here! NOTARY PUBLIC

Helena. It extends from near,. while with relatives and friend. "When we have Ethiopia there I 5 pieces Scrim yard lOc .; WATCHMAKER JEWELER LICENSED ZMBALMERAafcalasc

Three Forks to close to White Sulphur -!, Mrs. William Cates will never be another Italian who" I 50 dpz. pairs Curtains, per : AND ENGRAVER
needs to emigrate to America. pair 5Oc ARSrPRESSCitizen' -
Springs. It crosses directly! Mrs. E. C. Readdick daughter'l up I See Him For Your Next Work Service

underneath the southern portion daughter Barbara .Jean Read- SitW." : I!
of the Big Belt range. I dick who were spending a Chamber of Commerce BUg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT
The the : Hours 9 to 12-I to 6 Citizen OfficePXGE
1925 quake shook ter-, tion of three weeks with "The American business system I City's Leading Ladies StoreI.

ritory south of the fault rather left yesterday for Tampa vaca-I must be admitted by those who APPELROUTH Open Saturday Night 51 Pfcoa 848 Never Sloes.
than northward in Helena's diree-' route to the home in St. honestly face wta to be an amaz-j

lion. On seismographs it regii ) burg. ing and wonderful achievement."*

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