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 28, 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.Press Day Win 4jc 1& Wczt ([t ttt3cn most Key West equable Florida weather, has in tht the

For 65 Years Devoted to the cp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit



"Britain Awake. Cry Tells FERA SCHOOL Local WPA Administrator MARK WILCOX\ Pan-American Airways Shows


Nation Of Impending Danger CITIZEN PLANT.I Authorized To Start Sewer PARTY LEAVEGROUP Great Expansion In ServiceIn



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New -
I Authorization to start the work can start within ten days II KEYS CONDUCTING ............ ............

Country's Tense Situation -, FLORIDA KEYS SATURDAYMrs. sewer project "as soon as I of although necessity at first move the slowly project until will I' SURVEY i TO RECEIVE HONORARYDEGREE l lI. First Flight Inaugurating -

possible" was received by materials can be procured. I' AT
,1 I COLLEGE International Link
i Grace Crosby, teacher M. E. Gilfond, district WPA I Director Gilfond, Mr. Bogart 1 I! Congressman J. Mark Wilcox, I.................: ....
and Mr Moreno\ left here
i W. R. CRAIG OF MIAMI APPLIES the secretarial_class of the I-ERA" director here from. E. A. i afternoon by plane for yesterday Jacksonville --I: Colonel George E. Brown, US.1 i Was Made From Key-
By ROGER D. GREENE II TO WAR DEPART I I i planing to confer today I Engineering Corps, in charge of: I
of students Pynchon Florida WPA administrator West To
Br Ala.ri .- .or. ) school, and a group Havana
[ i with Administrator the
Full-blast I Pynchon relative i district, and Captain I II
spent an enjoyable and instructive -; today. This was to the sewerage project'I.' P. A. Fennga, U. S. Engineering II I
propaganda i' which was approved last week I 3
British government CONSTRUCT PROJECTW. the advice received by wire by ICorps, in charge of the Jacksonville -
hour afternoon in
Saturday Almost
Comptroller J. R. McCarL Apparently on anniver*
guns are pouncing England's tra- from Director Gilfond shortly the conference was held,I district, left 7 o'clock yesUerday -
the plant of The Citizen and Art I I morning on the Cruiser Ri- nary of the birth of Uncle Sam's

ditionally slow-awakening millions R. Craig, of Miami, has applied after noon. this morning immediately after bault for Miami Beach. K
for man Press. the three arrived in Jacksonville. international air transport systemin
to the war department l' The group arrived last Friday
to a realization of impend t In his telegram Director Gil- Other details of the proje.ct,1
permission to construct a timber i Under the guidance of Joe Al- evening after making a thorough rrt Florida
f fond said that John A. C. which I eight years ago Pan
from' Bogart, is by far the largest; yet approved -:
on his property I I of the highway and sites
I ing danger. pier len, advertising manager, the stu- 'who will the survey : ,
project b\vPA for West
supervise Key
the Florida East Coast Railway1 : ,I: for the proposed highway: bridges i American Airway brought into
dents and their preceptress were and B: Curry Moreno\ project engineer probably will be worked out be-
While voluntarily subdued :
m. Company: known as Craig, Fla., with the end in view of asking
j II located between Lower Mate-,conducted on a tour through the with the district WPA.1 fore the.three return to Key I Washington for a loan and grantto the state America's largest air
press plays down the war scare, to here, are of the opinion West:
cumbe and Long Key plant, beginning with the editorialand I construct the spans, liner, the huge, 25-ton 'China

'avoid creating general alarm, I The pier will extend out into business offices where the .------ -- I' Late yesterday afternoon the RUTH BRYAN OWEN,

the bay for a distance of 73 feet work of the different employeswere Ribault arrived at Miami Beach Minister To Denmark Clipper".which is to go into serr-

other channels are being brought I with a width of nine feet. At the explained. Oversea Highway Ferry ServiceTo where Congressman Wilcox took ice on the world's longest air

into play to inform the people of channelward end a "T" head will passage by motor to West Palm
I, be constructed nine feet wide and Next they were shown where Beach. Remaining over night; he RUTH i BRYAN OWEN' route across the Pacific.

possible jeopardy arising from'' extending 96 feet westerly of the copy, after being prepared in the left this morning for Washington,{
I Start On First Of November The same pilot who fiew the
what Ramsay MacDonald has main pier and 104 feet easterly editorial room, is placed for the D C. {WILL BE HONORED

I making a total length of the "T"I linotype operators. Arriving in the capital he will first Pan American plane om the

termed "the gravest crisis since head 209 feet. The deck will be I join \\tn R Porter. Judge W. II.
there the teacher and her
four feet above the plane of mean From Operation of ferries of the ries will leave No Name Key 8 Burwell, Judge II II Taylor and f!AT STATE COLLEGE first days regular run from Key
watched the
1914. students operatorsof
low water.It I Oversea Highway system will begin o'clock in the morning. arrange to meet Senator DuncanU. West to Havana on October 28,
For example, huge type in a. is not proposed to hold a those mechanical masterpiecesin I Persons leaving Key West may Fletcher for the audience with t

series of quarter-page newspaper!I public hearing on this application. the linotype battery, and mar- November 1 but no trucks of purchase their tickets at the accounting President Roosevelt Wednesday. MINISTER TO DENMARK TO 1927, Captain Edwin C. Musick

: Anyone to protest the the diversified functionsof ..
desiring veiled at
advertisements declares J I I of its more than half a ton will be trans office of the Key West RECEIVE HONORARY DE-:I commanded the latest product of
work from the standpoint the different members of the i
"The is working t administration" Leaving Miami GROUP LEAVING
Navy League interference with or effect upon America
ported. This announcement was I .I aeronautical science on
machines, their precision ac tickets can be secured from the
to arouse a slumbering people to : navigation should submit protest
;I detail curacy. made this morning by F. E. Albert Davis Tours office at 301 East its easy 1200 mile hop from Balti.
the danger of its situation. in writing, with reasons in FOR HAVANA ON AT INSTITUTION
considera-I The make-up tables were ex- Flagler street, Miami.As I I
And at the same time, with al;, to permit intelligent plained next.* Those massive executive officer of the local no round trip tickets are to more to Miami.

suddenly united voice, speakers of tion.These I be sold, Key Westers will find it RAILROAD ISSUE I 1
: The little 90-mile hue
I incorporated the administration. aero-
i instructions; are slabs of steel where all of II I ISrrriat' !. The ritlsen)
every political party have submerged necessary to, secure return tickets the Florida straits sinned eight
{ in a letter received by matter assembled in TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 28 -
factional differences to I The Citizen from the district engineer composed is Present plans of the ferry 5)3-1 from the Miami office. Passen- years ago has grown bate the :3 n: ,.

rally support for Stanley Baldwin' -I I engineer's office, P. O. the chases, before being lockedup tem are for the vessels to I gers returning north from Key MALONE. BERV AID I AND ES-: Ruth Bryan Owen, minister to 000 miles of regular airways, i's-\
forms and made ready togo from Upper Matecumbe Key on West will through the Fame
Fla. in i go eluding lines in Alaska and ('hira.
crusade Box 4070, Jacksonville
I government in its that J I i i to press. the trip south at 10 o'clock each : procedure and get their ticketsat QUINALDO TO CONFER 1 Denmark, will receive the which now comprise tike wad 1"3most
to preserve peace-even if I Ii morning. The north bound 'fer' the administration office.
policy. i rneanp war _. j CREWS OFF TWO The routine .of .the work of WITH PRESIDENT MEN- honorary degree.otedoctorx f fj extensive .tug* .traJMport f.--.
em. will be augmented by t
Parfy --- --- ---
slogans are forgotten.] lacing the forms on the beds of
I' erature at special convocationat
Attacks on the government ml I the the motors and ................................................. DIETA ON MATTER a 8000 miles with the inauguration
press starting I of Pan American mail and
ordinarily flaming at the I VESSELS CAUGHTIN Florida State College for Women : air
approach of a national election,I running off the day's issue for the NAVY DAY AND THE UNITED STATES NAVYBy I I :Mayor Wm. II. Malone, Carl I passenger service from Californiato
thousands of readers was ex- Bervaldi, chairman of the board the morning of October 31. China scheduled for next month
have ceased almost overnight as I {I
BLOW\ ARRIVEMASTERS plained by Mr. Allen 'of county commissioners, and Enrique and for which United States airmail
the crisis momentarily
European Dr. Edward Conradi, college
threatens to boil over and engulf The visitors were next introduced ( LIEUTENANT WILLIAM KLAUS U S. N.) r Fsqumaldo, Sr., will leave I I I contracts have already been
to The Artman Press and I! tomorrow morning: : on the Steamship president* will confer the degree, awarded to Pan American by the

Britain in another mighty con- AND FIFTEEN job department, where was ex- ................................................. i Florida f(>r ',Ifavana'to, have the first of its.kind to be,given by federal government.It .

flilt.A typical example was the OTHERS COME TO KEY plained the different styles of Yesterday, Sunday the 27th of r,I, Caribbean went to the scene rn audience with President: Jose Florida State College in its 30 vista, aine-toa. 19-pasBcngri

speech of Sir Edward Grigg, M. work required of the employes, October, was the 77th anniversary :;: furnishing aid to the inhabitants.Five I r Mendieta, of iuoa! : I years history. : plane?Vhtca earned the mail on

P.. in which he saidi"We WEST THIS MORNING ON type formations and assemblies,1 of the birthday of our illustrious : year later January, 1907, : The visit hat|' been: planned forsome I Governor Dave Sholtz and his the fink- lust ff'oll1ey\: West to
are told that the demand CUBA FROM TAMPA which go toward forming attrac- i Kingston, Jamaica, was visited by i time and "the committee Havana. It is a: 2&-ton air cruiser:< ,
I and Iste President Theodore Roose-1 been awaiting word from Havana cabinet and members of the state
' for strengthening Britain's de- tive and pleasing advertisings I {I earthquake Naval vessels from capable of carrying 75 passenger .
kinds of printed work velt. lie the 26th president as to when the interview with the board and board of
fense forces is not a good cry at other produced was I the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base of control on the same short hop. which is

election time. Who cares whether by a modern and reliable of the United States. lie realizedthe I I arrived at Kingston the Fame night; president could be arranged state institutions are among prom- arriving here eight years later
Antonio Castelerio and Manuel I telegram
Mr. Esquinaldo received a -
It press. necessity of an adequate navy and immediately started the res- Passenger' traffic hall grown
it is a good cry is a great inent Florida officials invited to
masters of the Schooners this morning from Dr. JuanR.
call!" Mr. Allen also told the students for the United States and throughout !I. cue work. from 1182 air travelers the first
Adelfa and Joven Manuel which r Farrill, advising that the the ceremony.
that the plant has 352 different ) his life bent his efforts to I Navy' Sent On Good-Will Tour year to more than 198,000 car-
Naval Building Fund AskedA were caught in the storm off audience with the president -
proposed The
and the diversified college faculty membersand
I I fonts of type echieve this end. The Navy ried by the Pan American System
nation-wide for fundsto Carabelle during the early part In 1908. President Theodore has been arranged for 111,
appeal uses to which the many styles off I II seniors, all in formal caps and last times the
League, an organization year-9 first 12
build up Britain's once mighty{]I[I.f September and 15 members of type were used in preparing: the of patriotic American citizens composed Roosevelt sent the U. S. Navy o'clockYednesda7 morning, Octo-j I 1 gowns, will march in the proces- months' business.
but antiquated further the crews, arrived this read- I, +I around the world on 8' good will ber 30 which will be led the col-
now navy morning of a newspaper for its sion by The
(ages in 1922 suggested Roosevelt'sbirthday j 29 employees of 1927 has
drives home the of from Tampa route to Havana. : I I tour. While the fleet was in the While other matters are to be
poten- en council. The
warning I and the different styles of job | lege executive ceremony -
I ers
Navy Day, and since increased to 292S and aircra'"t.loperat"
tial danger. They are accompanied by Jose A. work which are always in demand I, as Mediterranean, theU.. S. Navy discussed, it was said today the'! which all the college
then it has been so designated. i II from two to 138. Only
"Your fleet is still your life!",, Gregory, Cuban consul at Tampa. by meticulous and exacting pat This year as :the 27th fell on won the gratitude of the people I principal subject of the talk with j students will attend, will begin at two countries, the United State
declares the "Con I!I Captain Castelerio, who of Sicily for assistance given President Mendieta will be the I! .
Navy League. was in rons was also explained. Sunday it Is;*' cerebrated today. 11 a. m.This and Cuba, Key West to Havana
sider the facts. In our battle!! command of the Adelfa told The When leaving the visitors expressed I I when that Island was ravaged by | Florida East Coast Railway and will be the first visit of
Monday. The object of Navy were served at the start while at.
fleet of fifteen capital ships,I I Citizen his vessel was lost but the their delight and an earthquake. It&S at the probabilities of its being 1"e- the f6rmer congresswoman from
bring the and its Pan America
Day is to Navy time the officers and men voluntarily present tips V t
eleven will be o%er-age on December I Joven Manuel is floating in the ciation of the information appre-I activities to the attention of the I cut down thei- own rations j r built Florida on the Florida State College countries and colonies of th>

31, 1936. If war were to+: harbor at Carabelle and, it is expected ed by Mr. Allen in his explana-i public so they will have a better I additional food. might be furnished I campus since her appointment Americas together with service

come then, our sailors would have j i will be repaired. tions of the plant and machinery understanding of' the 'necessityfor : so to the starving population i MANY EMPLOYED as minister to Denmark. soon to start linking the Crate f

to fight in ships 20 years behind Personnel of the two vessels ": aid thd true value of thecountry's 1 1.| States with the Hawaiian Ilanf! ,
Sicily. I
an enemy. are loud in their praise of the In the group besides Mrs. Cros- of defense. j I{i lof
first line
I I II I Midway Wake Guam, the PhilIp-
"For battle- courtesies Knowles, There are those of us who will ON NEW\ PROJECT 'JOHNSKELTONBUMEDSUNDAY
the support of our extended them by the by were: Misses Minnie Oar country is at peace! May+!: pines and China.FIFTYFIVE.
fleet and the defense of our com- immigration and custom authorities Caridad Lacedonia. Con!'olina it always be so! I I i i probably remember how this

merce there are only 50 in Tampa. They were shown Perez. Mary Buckley. Marguerite I When people have their i good-will tour also served to relieve -

of which, 14, by the cruilers'l I every consideration the captainssaid Valenzuela. Juanita Majg Kath- attention some called to the Navy, they j 1;I!!: the tension then existing MORE THAN FIFTY MEN EN- COME

will be over-age. Through lack) and did everything possibleto leen Watkins, Edna Phelan, Mary think of battle f'hips-war, big ;, between the United States and GAGED IN OPERATIONSON
of naval strength we can nol' make their forced stay in I Whalton and Abelardo Abreu. in action. Consequently:: another country which may have
either : led to something more serious. WPA PROGRAM DECEASED DIED AT HOME
longer be sure of keepingthe ,Tampa pleasant and comfortable. they reason in peace time the I:'

peace or defending ourselvesin I Those arriving and departing Navy has nothing to do, it is non- j! Other earthquake rescues:: In ON PETRONIA STREET
PLANE CARRIES < 1923. Japan and Chile. Santa
war. this morning 'were: Antonio Cav 11 rroductive, gives; nothing in return -j I More than a half hundred men
MacDonald Joins Chorus telerio and Manuel Ferrato, masters for the money spent. 1 1 Domingo! in 1930. Managua. were put to work on WPA projects SATURDAY NIGHT ALSO, HAS FIFTEEN
and the Tidal Wave
: Nicaragua in
Earl Jelhcoe, world war fleet, of the ships; Jose Martinez 20 PASSENGERS Are lives saved& worth money* These here this morning. A third RACE HORSES EN ROUTE
Belize Honduras 1931.
commander, at the Trafalgar Day{!I'Piniero, Juan Estrada, Jose Gar-j Strange: as it may seem, it is a!I i 1| probably well known to all. project, giving employment almost .

dinner said: I i i:I' cia, Jesus lIerba, Joaquin Anido, fact that the U S. Navy has sav- are In one, the services rendered entirely to women, 19 to get, Johrf Skeiton 82, died !9 o'clock TO CUBAN CAPITAL

"The British empire is absolutely '! Rafael Marrero, Vincente Garcia, EIGHT ARRIVED ON AIRCRAFT ed more lives than it has ever destroyed every by the Navy was of incalcul- ,under way next Monday. Saturday night in his home, 1422

dependent upon the sea for ex- i Leopoldo Santrestoe. Ramon by gunfire. able value. Each of the two projects starting Petronia street, after a lengthyillness.
Gutierrez. Andres Rodriguez An-j Peace Time ActsA I Steamship Cuba of the P andO
i&tence Now, to a very large extent I ; FROM MIAMI YESTER this morning employ 30 men,
it is defenseless." dres Vinas Cristobal Suarez,I little over'one hundred years I Help Burning Skip making a total of 60, including Funeral services were conducted : S. S. Cempany, arrived ::20

And }[MacDonald the apostle of ,I Manuel Franto, Constantino La-, DAY MORNING ago the U. S. Navy started its I A colorful incident which added one woman clerical worker. Col- yesterday afternoon 4380 .'clock this morning from Tampa

I who suffered of i i! nas, Manuel Gonzales peace time acts of knight: erran-, (luster to the pea e-time record of lection and disposal o trash and o'clock from the residence to Ley with five first claw and mm
peace years of 1832 in the i j the U. S. Navy: The French Mili- second class for Key
rather than yield to the I ty. The famine garbage, and beautification of Memorial church where the body passengers
Coventry 1914 fervor, said I'I! NOTICE ei Leaving yesterday afternoonon Loo Choo Inlands.: The U tary Transport Vinh-Long. Fort Taylor were the two started was placed at 2 o'clock Rev L. West; 19 first and 22 second class
war "" Rev. Naval vessels the Orient burning in the sea of Mamora\ M Mem- for Havana.
"For some this nation, | 1 the plane to Miami were: in !'S.I this morning. Smith pastor of Ley
under whatever years party has been in i I Any qualified elector of the i J, C. Gekeler, M E. Gilfond, B. ed supplies of rice and fish to 495 officers, crew and passengers orial, officiated. The vessel brought 10 tons of

II I City of Rev Nest expecting: to C. Moreno, John Bogart: Louise stricken inhabitants. And : _ammunition on board-the U. S. Funeral arrangements were in freight and 171 sacks of mail for
has been reducing arma-
power, ha be absent from the city on Election Thompson, Sidney Monroe. Joe in 1847, a famine in Ireland. Two : S. Bainbridge a destroyer, tryingto charge of Lopez Funeral Home Key West; five (sea of freight

ments The government now too:: da)., November 12th, can Cremata George Cluck, William American Naval vessels were diverted -j! stay alongside the VinhLongto BENEFIT DANCE Pallbearers were: Eugene and 108 sacks of mail for Ha
concluded that have :
we gone
deft j i vote by applying at the office of Blocker. Wm. Lesnials. Charles from the scene of hOjtiJi-1|, effect the rescue of the pas- Pierce, Charles Curtis, Benjamin vana.
far and ha decided our i
I the City Clerk on Tuesday October Hamilton, Wm. Mendell, J. R. ties of our own Mexican war, then I sengers. Twice blown away from Griffin, Thomas Otis SWeeti g. There were 16 race horses on

'ns<'"equipment must be madeQJ'y i I 29, 1935, and continuing Heist. L. E. Leathers. J. B Sulli- going on, and sent with food and I I the side by exploding ammunition TONIGHTFor Anderson Lones and Otis Kemp the Cuba going to Havana destined !-

good i I daily until Saturday, November I van. Peter Sosa, Watson Holt C I clothing to the British Isles. In I''''I and under fire from a barrage of the Firemen Diamond Mr. Skelton is survived by his for Oriental Park for the

9. 1915. except Sunday, XovemI O Ackerman, Jose Perez and Jen- 1881, earthquake in the Chios Island exploding ammunition _and debris widow, two brothers Richard and winter racing seanoa. The ani-

I ber 3, 1935. The City Clerk's, nie Perez. in the Agean Sea. The U.:I: the officers and men dung to Ball TeamHABANAMAPRID Thomas Skelton one sister, MrsJ. mals are all from breeding and

office will be open from 9:00 A'I J JM Arriving in the morning were S. S. Galena rushed to the scene, I their I task of rescuing the panic- H. Johnson, Miami; two sons. stock farms in Kent8ck,..
I ., to 12:00 Noon and from 2:00 Molly Murray Mikiel Dare, Wat- assisting in remo-nng the dead i' stricken passengers- -from the Luther and Curry Skelton; three Power Barge Montgomery arrived -

$ Ct\grdt1' sand P M to 5 00 P. }I. son Holt, Joe Rainey. Alex :Moh- and wounded and restoring order. I'I burning ship. As a desperate Del Woods' Orchestra daughters Mrs. Merville Rosam from Miami this morning

flare Take due notice and govern chanoff, II S. Miller, Miguel Alonzo In 1902, volcanic eruption of Mt. solution of the problem of re- and Mrs. Hilburn Pinder of Key berthed at the Porter Dock com-

yourselves accordingly Ana T. Fernandez. Pelee, causing havoc in the maining alongside, the Commanding Oets 1.00 Ladies Free West and Sirs Frank Hambn. panys auxiliary' pier and discharged -
AND WALLACE PIVDER, I The two passenger lists totall I lands of Martinique and St. Is-I Officer of the Bainbridge or- Latoria, Texas. Also 17 grand- cargo consigned to local merchants. -

I j oct26-28 City Clerk. ,ed 28. ..- cent. Naval vessels then IB (Continued on Page Four) children. .







TSItst_ cut; en 1 I I THREE MEN DIE 1 1I I 1 I Little Ax and Mighty Oak I II WEA-

Published Dally Except Sunday By The news columns one day last week ':I I I 1 l TODAY'S HER 11
p. AMTMAh. PreaMeatJOE brought to newspaper readers details of i I

ALLE. Aaalataat>%a Manager the death of three men, each wellknownto 1 Temperature* WEATHER CONDITIONS
The Citizen BuTiUngCoraer !
From Greene and Ana rreet the general public although for entirely Highest ............. .
different Lowest ... ...... : I i A disturbance fo centrti
Only Daily Newspaper In Key T'est and Monroe reasons. Mean --:;;u----- --:.: .uu..g: t mormng over eastern H 3.' !-
Conty.Entered From Great Britain came the news of j. Normal ..._--.---- .
ton, Spokane 29.6 mchI =
at Key West Florida as second class matter the death of Arthur Henderson at the age Rainfall i j I pressure is moderately lou et
------FIFTY-!'I'T'U.rAR -- of seventy-two. This man had a remarkable I Yesterday's Precipitation .01 In!'!.I|I 1 ward to the Mismrippi 1.,'

M*..Wr .f tae&_ frees career. His father was a Scot cotton Normal.1.'". erased Precipitation recess 14-haar.. .15 period Inc.i i irml ,|I Rains have occurred during

the Associated Press Is exclusively dispatches entitled credited to use tot spinner. As a young boy he was put to t I _f at M .VUM-k thl. __rat.&. 1[ las 24 hear in tfce. Middle ,,'
all news
for rcr'i' .matios of
Jr not otherwise rr.dt.wi Ir this rper and alllo work first in photographer's office and Tomorrow Almanac !I! r lower Mississippi. and lower Oij !

the local Bert published here. then later apprenticed to iron Sun rises .......... .. 6:33 a. m. J j j Valleys and in eastern T. '.
was an *
Sun ... .. .._...
t I HU 5:49 p. m. 1 being heavy in a number of I II
EWICRIAL" moulder. Later he became a lay preacher Moon rises _..-... --.._ 8S5 a. m.i j jI ''Hi-. There have also been
1iNATIONAl( ... /9.J\ 5 : of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. In ;i-1 v'wi I- I, Moon sets ..........._.._. 7:19 p. m.IYid. i t l on the coasts of Oregon'
'. I 1903, he became a member of Parliamentand t 'rr .11 Tomorr.w". .. i| \Varbitifrton. and lightat

One Year .918SCRIPri0N....._! .. !... UATrs... ..-..- !10.10 was one of the organizers of the Labor / // y f :l' 1 A.M.' P.)(.'.l I 'hewers in extreme; southtnorthearten. ..
-- ..-... ._.. ....._ 1 1. ... ._. >I Florida, and) *
fclx Months .__ .,. i.O High ....... 11:26 10:26| ('n
fare'rue *Month Month__. .. ._ ..... __....._ x.10:S5 I Party, of which he was a foremost leader, \ >::1:1 J. Low ...............__.. ..:42 4.-0 I j j c*:. t of North Carolina 'l:1:i :
Weekly "...-_...-._- ....-.... .-._- ..._ ... .20 holding several cabinet positions, including 4 .'J.)I11 Barometer 8 a. nv. today |i|'was mowing this moraine ,n "
7 ,: .
/ fa- weeternnadtan i u)'
ADVERTISING: RATES a tour as Secretary of Foreign Affairs. / / .itinve! high o-n -t. '

Made known on appJlcath.n.IIPECIAL His contribution to international relations ,9it' *" I Atlantic State Boston Ma

:-"HICE was in the irterest of disarmament and I r :: J ; :, i WEATHER FORECASTTill i 30.34 inches, and another a., 3
resolutions of f./,
All readingnotices cards of .l"'A' '
J of high moving in o11
respect, obituary notices, etc. will be charged: for at world peace. ,.;;::1.....'f.. ,' } I I II pressure is
the ratd. of 19 cents a line. dFlh, '/ .' r / / J ;U/. ( 8 p. m.. Tuesday) the far Northwest, Edmont-, i. \;
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha An even older man was Major General ; ? j berta, 30.32 inches. Temp'rat n,t
revenue Is to be derived are 5; cents a line. m &sW ; Key West and Vicinity: Partly j I
The "itlzea Is an open forum and Invites discussion I Adolphus Greeley who died at the I 'f/j I'/r.rJ "'/ I cloudy tonight and Tuesday;'!';. are above normal this!! morn _'
of public ls"os an-1 subjects of local or general .zI over most sections from s1")
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications. age of ninety-one. His fame rested upon fresh easterly winds. !
aw *,4 '/rt Y Mississippi Valley ea.-twara,
scientific explorations towards the North I JcJ Florida: : Partly cloudy, possibly: and below throughout the great i

Pole, for which he was awarded the Congressional HOOYER rd f ,; f'/ J.7. I showers in extreme northwest por- part of the western portion of tit,
; r'l ;
; ; Edwoaton. Alberta r-
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ." tion tonight; Tuesday partly country.
Medal of Honor less than I '
a year I /://
cloudy. porting a minimum of 12 degreeG -
ago, although his famous explorations had o t.' :p Jacksonville to Florida Straits S. Kt-'NtUY.:

slipped fifty years into the past before he / t I r i t s e \. and East Gulf. Fresh easterly. Officer<< in Char ;c.

winds over extreme south 'I
1. Water and Sewerage. was thus honored. In 1882, Greeley led por- A of
tion and moderate southeast to new profession "patent I Ii

2. Bridges to complete Road to Mainland twenty-five men into the Arctic, reaching south winds'! over norht and central i economists" has been launched in

within seven degrees of the long sought-for I portions; weather partly I Germany by a group of enginei-
overcast tonight and Tuesday I and econOfll Bts. Members of the
Free Pole, but as rescue ships failed to reach wiH advice anti
i Port. I I'I scattered showers in extreme I profession give
him seven men were finally brought north and extreme south portions. I I practical assistance to investors
4. Hotels and Apartments. I
back to civilization. The hardships and .
--- ------ - -- -
I 5. Bathing Pavilion suffering of these men almost passed be- I ,
6. Airports-Land and Sea. I I
lief and because of evil rumors which
7. Consolidation of and
County CUr
spread about possible differences and strife MONEY
I while in the Far North hb reputation fora

time was under a cloud. ,
Younger than either of the foregoing uoooMANSPgctEfllwf.

was Sidney' Smith, who, at fifty-eight, was ... T_",Ij.,-le() 'THAT TR1E' ,', YOUR TOWN

killed when his automobile collided with I _. .
-- -- --- --- --

another in Illinois. Smith was wellknownin ........................1 York harbor dedicated by President
By MARCY B. UARNALL this country because he was the artist I I
Former Editor of Tha Key Vest Citizen who created the comic strip "The Gumps," KEY WEST IN :Today: In History1C36 : I'II' I AH Modern Banking Facilities

which won the public fancy and broughtto I DAYS GONE BY ...... .. 1803-Mayor Carter H. Harrison I Commercial and Savings Accounts

An unusual penalty imposed -Harvard College founded. of Chicago assassinated.I I
was on its originator fair-sized fortune. The
I I Happening Here Just 10 YearsAgo !.... I
Violet Rudolf of San l'un cisco when convicted afternoon before he was killed Smith had Today At Taken From i 1919-Volstead Act, making I

of reckless driving for the second I just signed a new contract at $150,000 a The File Of Tke Citizen; : maximum strength of liquor 1-2 :
I 1701-William Penn returned j The First National Bank ot Key West
time. The judge ordered her taken to the year to continue his drawings for another I Samuel J. Wilde, Boston banker -I to England leaving Pennsylvania I I of 1 percent, paired. I i I I II I

city morgue and there forced to on a charter granting full liberty of|I
gaze period of five years. Probably the great I is improving the buildings and |, The United States has displaced I

the mangled bodies of several persons who est irterest ever shown in any comic occurred I grounds of his property on Charles conscience to everyone, and oth-' Germany as the chief supplier of I Member of the Federal Reserve I I
er departures in the interest of
had been killed in automobile! accidents. when Smithallowed and New streets. All cf the sign toys to Canada. Imports of Japanese !I 1 .
som.e years ago a broader humanity. I i .
have been I .
I boards have been taken away and I toys increasing *, '
I young woman character, Mary\ Gold, to I the appearance of the propertyhas rapidly but a surtax of 33 percent i! Member of the. I Federal Deposit Insurance
die. been greatly improved. Mr. 1835-Texans under Bowie and recently was imposed on

There are about two million laws, t The careers of these three men were I Wilde said that he is now carrying Ftnnin defeat Mexicans at the1Iis..ion Japanese goods entering Canada.I I CorporationHOUSEHOLD

Federal, state and local, on statute books I entirely different. Fortune, with the ease I on negotiations towa"d! construction -! Conception. I
I of a dry dock at Key Strong Navy! Strong Nation! ,

in the United States, according to a recent I that it brings, came to one who amused the I I West, and has been: assured that! 1886-Statue of Liberty in New .. _. '- .. --- ..--- .-.-

estimate. Quite an increase from the time public not to him who suffered for the ad- I there are a number of Key West-: a__ .

of Moses, when people got along with only vancement of science or the other who ers who are deerly interested in I is '------1 -k-
the project and he is of the opinion -
10, none of which is very nthusiastically labored for the large improvement of the that the negotiations will be block house!" of the Spanish typo<< \
I tt 1423 Von Pfi ter stre-t.! When
observed at this writing. human race by the abolition of war. We productive of results.; Construction :
completed this will oe one of the
do not mean to belittle the life of Sidney of a dry dork at this port fniest homes in Key West. It is'j',
- will take care of a great many I
Smjth but isn't it strange that society is so repair jobs whi'-h are now sent to finished, in stucco has seven lair r j

It is aid that the hair-bobbing style organized that wealth comes for a laugh either New Orleans or Mobile. rooms and a bath and will co.
$10.000. i GOODS
was started by Irene"CastIe, once famous but does not accompany serious and im- I I I i
Charles Valanca Curtis, 24, son
dancer, when she was forced to have her
portant labors? !!
of Captain and Mrs. Thomas 11. Bids will be opened tomorrow .
rocks clipped after a spell of fever. Ando Curtis, died 12:45' o'clock this I I I by the county commissioners 0:1

fever was ever so contagious as the TO SEE NEW STARS afternoon at the family residence i j[ the road work rout- Saddle Bumh- : OF QUALITYA
fashion she originated.Tom 1100 Fleming street, corner of I|I I es to the east side of Sugar Loaf,{
Francis. Funeral services will beheld I a 28-mile highway, On Key Largo |I''
Millions of new stars will be brought tomorrow afternoon from] and a 16-mile extension of the ( I
the residence to Congregational'church. I'1!Tamiami Trail throe.-h the northern .
within the range of man's vision througha '
part of the county.Mr. .
his head Parkinson of Pennsylvania used new telescope, four times powerful! as Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Visit

effectively the other day, although any now in existence, to be built for the James Simpson and M. Karaian I I and Mrs. Ignaio Castillo i

jie was unconscious st the time. California Institute of Technology. with I of New York and Lea and Harry of 818 Simonton street announce Our Store And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY

Overcome by carbon monoxide gas after funds furnished by the International Boyajian. of the Vi s,Realty com-|i the b'!: l 1 _son in the home
panv. owners of the Jefferson F r HOUSEHOLD GOODS On There.
werghcd Display
this he
II g boy
starting the in the garage'
car family his Education Board. It will be located on a [ Hotel conferred: last night on a|I 10 peunds.' ',. *' i II

head fell forward on the button which high California mountain to be selected |'proposition to ;'reniodel the struc- I :- i ':

operates the horn, and its continued blast later. ture. The owners, together with A.:'G:LWnd has been
t:Mr. Gaffney of the General Construction appointed II i
brought help in time to save his life. The present world's largest telescopeis I company went over the I I to fill the position in the customs;
service made vacant:: by the recent AND BROOMS GARBAGE CANS
the 100-inch reflector on Mount\ Wilson, :Jefferson today from basement i MOPS\
resignation of Leslie R. Car
to attic making notes of the im-i
Calif. The new telescope will have aj I I No def- I. ry. Mr. Lund has been in the''
How easily it is to be mistaken fro\ements necessary.
in matters 200-inch reflector of fused quartz, which inite plans have as yet been de- service for a number of years as

of identity.was again illustrated by a will present a more nearly perfect surface cul<,.el] upon, lut it is expected it inspector. KITCHEN WARE WATER COOLERS

recent cave in Turin, Italy. Two days will be only a short time beforean ..
than glass. I ajarasarllle'n<< .. ..I.C liter"THE
announcement is made that the
after :21 persons had "identified" Signora I When it is considered that the present work is to be started. ; SEMINOLE CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS
Bettina Talghi as the kidnaper of two chil- ,
largest telescopes are able to explore the I I II
dn-n. the real criminal was caught in i Editorial comment: The peopleare
universe to a distance of 100 million light
being erred: to keep out of I !
with the The
two I
Naples youngsters.
years, the depths to which the new mon- debt and many seem determined > IRONING BOARDS
women bore little resemblance to each ster reflector may pesetrate may be I, to do so': even if they have to borrow sGq l> i

other. 51 figured but can not be grasped by the money to acomplish it. !

human mind. C. R. Breck, representing -theJ. I I CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE

Mrs. Mary Hearn self- The most startling objects to be revealed G. White Engineering com-j I \
.Liverpool, will doubtless be pany of New York City, met with i
styled "white witch," proposed to remove I the county commissioners l&Jti
nearby heavenly bodies such as our moon night and submitted a tentative ". .111<<-. Fi.rlda I
an "evil eye" curse: from )ttchard Paddy, .
and the planets of solar '' flan to the commissioners in connection CII.'s. IIf.R"ER. Manager
our own system. 'I' ......
75 who was suffering fronl. "a peculiar construction of A human .e-like Institution
with the
The question of whether life exists Marsor where yon will find y r ladivMaalevMfort i
malady. He paid $2,500: for the magical on a water pipe line from the main- sad e.tertal:i:e t a matter Dinner Sets, $1.00 and Up -
Venus may possibly be answered.The land to Key West. Mr. Breck said of great Importance.flrrpr -.. .- ... -
but I
treatment was not heiieXow Mrs. -0-- ...
scientific world, and laymen as his tentative plan was merely a i I .. .1"- ...
Hearn will practice her art .n jail, if at all, toward A .t... f balMI r treated
well, will eagerly await the new knowledge suggestion by company I. the heart ft the eiiy
for the next six months. I I securing a contract for the; ---0-
which is bound to be obtained work., provided the county board 1 Every:: Room with Combination Tub I I
become interested in the and Shower Rath. RadKv Electric<
through its revelations. may I Celllnj Fan. Slat Door for Summer.Ventilation. .
Alexander Szbo, Hungarian actor, has' matter. He concluded his address Comfortable Beda with'
by saying that the cost of I Mattresses of In dIVSsrc;::-i
just taken his 12th wife, admitting that the' Danger lurks everywhere it I traction and : -
seems. the line would approximate $3.-,. lag Lamp Vf" 'II South 'Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
other 11 were nice gi i. *s toward whom he Walter Gwyn of Memphis, who happened 000,000. The county board informed -' RATEs.-Q I!

still felt friendly.I He said that "if at the to have a job and was fearful of losing it, 1 will Breeb taken that under the proposition con I 78 !!..... rrt..t. B.tanw'tingle.;, Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

time( I thought some of them ticatcd me:: dislocated: his shoulder when reaching un- sideration. N N. KM K_*_*.*.. Private Private Bath Bath ._.'._. j &SS.roe;

badly I have forgiven them and have forgotten ikr his pillow for his watch. lie says he i 14!. *ReB a_.le,R Private_.. Private Bath Batb 4JWDUGUT &M!. "Your:home is worthy of the best" \

what it was all about." I will buy an alarm clock. C. O. Ackerman, of the Rob- 1.NCB.KASE FOR OOCBLHiOCCUPASCT
uta and Gwynn.Kealty company ; ._




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I HIGH 1GB Today's Birthdays i 1[ PUBLIC FNEMI\ .S' CLASSIFIED i:

beiea ski ...................eeee.1 I 1

Governor George C. Peery 011 COLUMN

famtirarth IlFlfOPSIS:and Mr.their..* Bra daughter lMJ answered"we're stoppljg at the hotel SPORTS Virginia born at Cedar Bluff, II l HON i.................5 5550.

._*.. kayo landed. tktir crtnter mt you'll. come up and see me won'tyour Va-, 62 years ago. 1
/.,onll l. ....lter mm .. I I Advertisements under this head
vrwicAiiip .(__, o..* to iupert. tt. L 'I will be inserted< in The Citizen at
Fanttworth dale eaer *H*. (. ite. ..It.... .*4 .e fared 1 tell yon some more storiee." she ident-editor of the National Geographic the rate of le a word for each insertion
from lk. cturnutf mater bu John
added and Anne noticed the blue I but the minimum for the
Xeuman. m F". k ko* Bill Rob/ Society born in Turkey
Crocker. _..<* tawed..e.wa to eyes were twinkling with mischief. I first insertion in every instance is
rrtntt Aware gmttt+dt, mud accM -- --- --- -- -- -- years ago.
Xnma ./ pint against tkm Win you? rye never forgotten I :
cannerirt tckilg .a. takt All... for those yon used to telL Remember the; ........................1 I I I II Payment for classified advertisements
a to low explain../ tk. .<..(. Ann
"Anne, well have to hurry Rob FOLLOWING\ ;1 Park. FUu, noted surgeon bin 1 but regular advertisers with ledger

at Lynchburg Va. 59 years ago. I accounts have their advertise-
Interposed."I may
know," she agreed. Then to THROUGHBy ments charged.:
OLD NURSE Sirs. Sorki."when will yon come upT I Dr. John M. Glenn of New I Advertisers should give their

wouldn't understand" Rob Tonight rm going to bare to go to I York onetime director of the< I street address as well as their telephone -
,evasively, and turned the Lee Farnsworths for dinner. PROCEEDS WILL BE GIVEN TO Russell Sage Foundation born ;in I i I number If they desire results.

Anne's attention to eanvas' hopper ""Yea.nodded Tecla. "my MHna I ( JOVE) Baltimore, 77 years ago. i .

before which they had
"Here's where we begin.They weigh Til' be glad to see-her. and Orrl. I ARTS BARBECUE WILL CROSS In the Social Diamondball FATHER DIED FRIDAYBy Howard Hanson of Rochester! The Citizen will give free an
the fish la here then send them how is be? Ton know. Rob. her son t t I Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for
BATS WITH LOPEZ FUNERAL j League: the running has been N. Y., music school head, ccm-i o
through that chute there wherethe're Orrl was only two months older I it.
!smooth so far. The High School and conductor born at
poser e
and scaled) than 1 and he'nsed to boss me-" HOME TEN ROBERTSVS. I
washed cleaned ;
( JOVE) 0 -
Nebr. 39
Administration ten I
boys and the I Wahoo years ago.
headed and washed again let's "Anne. Rob aught her elbow IDa The PERSONAL
Senior Diamondball League
A. LUNN I have had thinj. their The -
way. I i
forget Neuman. He palled at her flnr grip, "if yon intend to make I I

arm. and Anne smiling at the two I, the rounds. of the cannery and re- J Lighthouse and Bayview Park Ii I Ii game to be played Thursday Bight Rt. Rev. Gouverneur F. 3Ic. hI I STOMACH ULCER. CAS PAINS.
high-booted fishermen who stood tarn to the hotel In time to dress-" I teams claim that from now on (I I er, Protestant Episcopal missionary INDIGESTION victims why
(By JOVE) they will have something to I II will be for the henefit of Oscar the
waiting to learn the total of their "AH rl bt.Aan. Jerked away i ray bishop of Philippines. fir I suffer? For quick relief get a
from his arm. Tecla m be lookingfor The new Senior Diamondball about the race. I hope they born in New York 64 years ago.
catcX: noted on. I free of UDGA doctOr"I
sample a -
suddenly -
Molina whose father 1
'0'11.Ibe said and moved League schedule will pet under strengthen their clubs so as to I L AN
"Sharlee was at the office when 1 I I prescription, at Gardoer"sPharmacyy
As soon as they were out of hearIng way tonight at Bayview Park, make it a real hot scramble for last Friday. I i Major General Ernest C. Ash- !! .
drove In.-Rob went she itvited
she Darned to her Dance, "Rob. when Art's Barbecue will tackle | top place. I ton Canada's national defense 1'bE'RE
dinner the
me u? to vrlth family- ',
what on earth possesses" the strong Lopez Funeral Home I' Molina at present is a mem-I:head, born in Ontario, 62 year, \ 28x
Now did she know we were In
she asked.
Social ber of the Firemen outfit
ten.Roberts Standing in the League: ago.
towns "It yon mean why didn't 1 want and Woodson will be the I Club- W. L. Pct. played with the Park Adams. I I I t LOST

"Seems JOur father telephoned yon standing there getting chummy battery for the Fire lads and A. Administration ____.. 5 2 .710 I .5555555 5..555555.5 .
Lee at some unearthly hour last with 000. Athletics and other clubs in the ;
a cannery worker. ril explain. Lunn and Ingraham for the Em- High .School ... 4 2 .666 i LOST-Billfold containing $I7.00
i '
night, As yon folks haven't a car There Is such a thing as morale balmers. past.. Today's HoroscopeToday's
Bayview Park ___:...? 1 .3 .250 I faLL i and receipts. Home address 818S.
among the workers and It can't be The game will start at 7:30 Lighthouse _..._.._J.._.:: 1 '4, .200;! The Busy Be '*will meet the I.55..5555555.5..5...... W. 2nd avenue. Reward if returned -
maintained at Its impersonal stand- I
ard of o'clock. I Ii Firemen in this contest: impulses are more ac- to E. E. Dare, Oversea
efficiency If the owner'sdaughter
Members of the clubs in the I i
Is going to rush irto the league follow: If i i The leading batters in the Social A large: attendance: is requested tire and forcible, and in the Hotel. oct28-lt

9eA arms of the first person she recognizes. Firemen-Gsbriel. Walker. Cas- League, all .333 or above, in order to help this worthy stronger natures even violent and t>.etf, itESco.N WANTED
rash. The inclination is toward
tro, Brady, J. Garcia, C. Garcia cluding game of Friday Oct. in-I cause. < r EtriW
reforms!!, and idols will be smashed -
Vidal Molina M. follow: WANTED dbanee to bid on
C. Carbonell The game.. will start at 7:30
R. H. SB and often those things destroyed -: Not only is the Horn Blower
.a Anne impulsively rushed Into the Lopez B. Vidal, J. Casa; LopezC. -.: PlayerAB o'clock. ;"**, your next printing order. The
_.._ 1.000'i which the native has not a nuisance but he is also
car waiting arms. Gates Sterling Kerr W. Cates, Zacal u. 1 1 1 0 I one of Artman Press aug7
McCarthy i Soldano '___'000' 7 3 6 0 .857 the power to rebuild, on a better !i the most dangerous users of the

Baker,, F. II.Lopez.Gates A., Sawyer Lunn, Ingrahamand : -I, Ward .___....'3 1 2 0 .666 ........................ foundation. Guard gainst this:: highways. WANT TO RENT. another house

Caraballo. |I I 1J. Lopez _......16 8 9 0 .562 Today's propensity since it may result in :! By wrongly assuming that his large or smalL Apply :30'5
1 J. Roberts _.26 8 16 1 ..538J. blighted hopes. horn will
Members of the other clubs are: always give him the Whitehead street. oct28-3tx
Bee Bakers Rodriguez I' Navarro 000.23 5 12 1 .521 right-of-way the Horn Blower .
Busy Anniversaries i "
I I ed family born in Boston!!' Died
Ward, Tynes Barcelo. Hale. Al- 'Rosam 000'___.__.2 0 1 0 .500 causes many accidents.The FOR RENT
t I .428 .. ...... Aug. 11, 1910.
Bethel IA. Knowles .14 3 6 1 .5555555555555 55 driver
bury, Acevedo, M. Acevedo I I good drives with
I Higgs Alfonso, Pena and 1''B. Demeritt. 1'7' 2 7 0 .411 1466-Erasmus, famous Dutch his head mot his horn NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT
..._.. 0 :400i 1836-Simon Wolf, American I i
Stanley .15 6 6 827
Sweeting; Art's Barbecue will be scholar born. Died July 12, I .. I. with garage. Apply
L'x picked from the following-Wood-';i F. Mathews u14 2 6 0 ..428.i 1536. Jewish leader, born in Bavaria. i I An Italo-Ethiopian treaty of Duval street octlfr!
I Garcia!i Wickers .__.20 6 8 1 .400 Died June 4, 1923.
C. !
son, Elondy Roberts ; i j "perpetual friendship" was signed
b Rosam, Goebring, G. Acevedo. .I H. Sands ......15 1 6 0 .400 : at Addis Ababa on August 2,:. TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED
Brindel Howard I, Jo-.fIson ........15 6 6 1 .400 1728-Capt. James Cook celebrated 1842-Anna E. Dickinson, na-j APARTMENT. Con.
Cerezo. Nunez, 1928, providing for arbitration in :
Valdes Jones and a few M. Arias 5 1 2 0 .400 I English navigator born. tionally-known pioneer feminist the ven'ences' porches. 519 Eliza
Carey, ru- i all disputes arising between
others. : B. Pmder ....._.19 6 7 2 .388 i Died Feb. 14, 1779. abolitionist and lecturer of two I countries. : beth street. Apply 52* South-

Woodson ._......-19 4 7 1 .368 generations ago born in Philadel--: I ard street. oct4
John Cates ..16 2 6 1 .375 phia. Died at Goshen, N. Y., Oct. i!
d COCONUTS DOWN 1. Gonzalez .21 3 7 1 .333 1801-Henry Inman among 125, 1932. i Cathay, the name by which FOR SALE
the greatest and most versatile of !
medieval Europe knew China is
Blackwell ..._...15 2 5 0 .333 j i
I Jack Cates L..12 1 4 0 ..3331I' =' American artists born at Utica f 1844-Moses Ezekiel celebrated j derived from Khita the name of,I PERSONAL CARDS 100 printed

t'A PICKED OUTFIT:' J. Pinder ...__.12 3 4 0 .333 N. Y. Died in New York City, American sculptor, born at the kingdom of Khitan Tartars cards $1.25. The Artman

a. I' E. Pinder ..._15 5 5 1 .333 Jan. 17, 1846. Richmond, Va. Died in Italy. (tenth and eleventh centuries), Press aug7

I C. Knowles 18 4 6 0 .333 March 27, 1917. I'

: GAME PLAYED YESTERDAY A. Demeritt .. 3 1 1 0 ..333S. 1835-Robert Treat Paine noted Five popes have borne the name SECOND SHEETS-SOT} for 60c.

4 x r 11i AFTERNOON ENQED IN I Lewis ._.__ 9 2 3 1 .333 Boston philanthropist of a fam- Strong Nary! Strong Nation! of Celestine. The Artman Press. nag?

iJ ? _.._--- ..
Pitching records:
Piteher- W. L Pet

here suppose we all drive up from ANNE stopped and turned towards (By JOVE) J. Lopez _______._ 3 0 1.000
afternoon the -.
the hoted In miner Crocker her dark eyes Yesterday at E. Roberts ----_.- 5 2 .725
All right. Anne paused because steady as they surveyed him. Navy Field the Coconut baseball I' C. Stickney _- 1 1 .500 '_ /
nine defeated picked team by, %..
they bad entered the cannery proper You snob" she said and walked a B. Pinder .---- 1 1 .500 FIRMSWho

a great silver grey room where away; walked blindly away towards a :5 to 3 score. I F. Stickney ____.._... 0 2 .000 I

machinery whirled and roared. She the first exit she saw. and not until It was a great game while it I. B. Demeritt .-.-..-.., 0 1 .()(IO I
watched as a huge fish went into an she bad passed through and found lasted. In the seventh inning the Elwood uu..h.... 0 3 .o rI o
"Iron chink" to reappear severed In the gale whipping her Jacket about contest was called because of I

sections. her. did she realize she was on the rain and it was decided to finish safeties in three times up. Ar-I Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemOXDAY

"Will there be anyone there excepting narrow ledge which ran along the the game next Sunday. I mando Acevedo hit a triple for

us?" she asked as they western side of the cannery.As Armando Acevedo and George the only other safety of the picked I t

moved on."Just troubled as the waters which Dean, rival managers, made a side I nine. For the Coconuts, E. -

the Farleys. swirled below her she stared downat bet of $25 and two cases of beer ': Smith hit a single and a double in

Anne hoped her quick grimace of them. What was the matter with I as to which team will win next | three attempts. Suarez knocked I I Star American Coffee

distaste hadn't been observed by Rob. with her father with every Sunday. Both managers will! out two singles.In I JOHN C. PARK R 0 S E S .11 F T S

Rob. She turned quickly to where a body They all seemed to be readyto use their best players. the field, Cerezo, Capote Ha. a lasts sad aroma that

woman In a green and grey uniform snap at the slightest provocation.Could Joe Casa. started on the mound Smith Suarez and McIntosh were i. only f..... i. good coffee

watched a machine which deftly tooka it be that there was trouble for the picked outfit yesterdaybut the best performers. 328 SIMONTON? ST.aDel yfresh .a CaD .. era that it'. FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY

flat piece of tin. cut it. twirled It brewing between her father and her was relieved! by Joe Hale in 'i Score by innings: R. H. E. Lee.... it'. blended i.

Into a cylinder and passed it on. fiance? Luke bad certainly been unpleasantly the fifth canto. Charles Dean ,, Coconuts .. 020 201 0-5 8 3 Key We.t. SPECIALTY 1101 Division Street-
"Here's bow they're packed surprised at finding Rob began for the Coconuts and wa- Picked Team-

droned Rob in a flat uninterestedvoice. in Astoria. lie hadn't felt full confidence touched for three safeties. Hannah -* 100 200 0-3 3 2 y P L U M BIN G LARGO, tb 18c; PLANTS and VINES
f! In Rob.or be would have told finished the game and did j Batteries: C Dean., Hannah and I I STAR tb 2Sc I .
They bad paused beside another him his destination and wouldn't not allow a hit. A. McIntosh\ ; Casa, Hale, Griffin
machine which was carrying empty have warned her to say nothing of I Joe Cerezo connected for two and A. Castro. : V. &: S.. lb 15c. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

cans a groove filling:them with their Intention to visit the fish traps. DURO PUMPS
matched sections of fish and passIng "Anne." Rob had wheeled throughthe I
them on. The woman who door and was holding her In his PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY

guarded; this glanced; up as they arms. "Anne dear forgive me. I've .TMfe. .- I 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
stopped and suddenly her serious been upset all day. Everything'sgone '
NAT1DNAL HOUSING ACT PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and.Vegdablei
stolid expression changed to one of wrong First Yvonne calls me PHONE 597
radiant recognition. and tells me you've left town on

"Nikki.i:' she cried looking at some mysterious trip then 1 reach SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
the office and with work
Anne."You. piled sky
:: must be mistaken." Anne high comes the call from here tell- JUNE 28** 1934m -
paused. Nikki. Jie name strummedat ing of trouble among the fishermen. Jewfi.b, 2 INSURANCE

some dim chord of memory. "No trace of your father and nothing Yellowtail Steak. 2 lit. :: THE KEY WEST ..
i to do but jump Into the car and
I Yellowtail o. Bone 2 Ibs. 25c Office 319 OuTal Street
-XT1KKI!" repeated Anne then race down here and yon know that

l> "Of coTrrse, that's what my :, road. I reach here Just In time to see EVERY HOME OWNERmay Creeper. 2 .>> 2Sc SUNDAY STAR rI
you try to drown yourself
nurse used to call me. She lookedat Snapper 2 Ibs. 2beMatto.
the woman a second time then "1 know. Rob. Anne agreed generously I Fish, 2 25c TELEPHONE NO.1SabarnPttnn
Impulsively: rushed into tbe waiting I "1 know because I've felt now reroof and repair his homeon f2 Per Year
the same way all day long. Suppose
"Rob- she cried. "thIs Is Tecla. I yon well take finish me this to the tour hotel tomorrow now and easy terms. Why don't you take large Select Oysters Key Weat' Only Sunday THEFresh Try Yea M..4. AI

Tecla Sorki. who took care of me the ; Crab Meat i. lb 65c Paper
>> Dtlmonico RtstaarCUtf
first six years of my life. It's been At tbe hotel. Anne found her advantage of it? PORTER ALLEN
ages since I've seen you. Tecla. not I mother still distrait from the experience Business Office Citizen B.d..leer. S- _______ 1b.
i of the afternoon. "I lived
since 1 was ten. What are you doing
here!" I a thousand years before that young NO MORTGAGE NECESSARY.Come LOWE FISH COMPANY Building COMPANY Si C-ra. Di.n, --.--

man grasped the cable and swans PHONE 151 boo 7Sc. and as.I .
Tecla Sorki's face lost its radianceas ; PHONE 51 ----------
out to save you" she declared. "Did t
the mild blue eyes encounteredthose Rob thank him?" in and let us arrange the
of Rob Crocker. "I work." she

answered stolidly. "You will stay in I ICepyripAf. ttsi. It J.a_" Bau*ia_) details for you. AARON
Astoria for a while?" she atked. McCONNELL Our Reputation i. Wrap" PRITCHARD

"A couple of days at least. Anne Sseeest'on Anne' mother tomorrow reakea a strange bus Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOER
.. pad in ..cry package: .
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i It STEAMSHIP Co. PHONE 598 WKiU & Eliza Su. Tb. 1 P R I N TIN G DItaIfis4 s.patJ1etic -


MAIL ROUTES FOR "Your Home Is Worthy Of The Best"
t L,'avc Key West for Havana on Mondays and Thursdays.I ENGRAVER THEAND -

f,,- KE'yVest for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and See Him For Your Next Walt ARTMAN PRESS AaltalaaM Senice -


I Leave Key West for :Miami Wednesday 10:00: P. M. H"I 9 to lZ-t t. 1 Citi zee BJia-. LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office

Havana will at 8:00 A. M. PHONE 51
Sale of tickets for top .
1 Opea Nights ..... boa Nnw Slog.
1 For further information call Phone 71

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SOCIETY loving memory of William

: : : -: PASS EXAMINATIONFOR ........................ (Continued from Page One) DAYJJREETINGSVOLUNTEER Austin Cain who passed away at

........................................._....... Mrs Robert Albury and RobertAlbury dered full speed ahead on his Kissimmee, Florida, October 3,
CIVILIAN CAMPWORD who were visiting in! ship, rammed the transport and 1935, age 2 years 4 months son

Social Tonight At Announcement Tampa, returned on the I wedged the destroyer's bow into NAVAL COMMUNICATION of Rev. and Mrs. James A. Cain. CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER

Parish Hall Of Engagement i ship Cuba this morning. the side of the doomed vessel.I Our hearts are sad and lonely, 12, 1935

I RECEIVED FROM TAMPA Steam-I I From this point of vantage se- RESERVE MANNED I Since our darling: went away. ........................

Choir Guild of St. Paul's Announcement has been made I Mrs. Lottie Morales was curely locked in the side of the FOR THAT PURPOS But we know he's safe with JesusIn For MayorDR.
BY SOCIAL SERVICE rival on the Cuba this Vinh-Long, the I
Church will hold their annual: .of the engagement of Miss RoseMary I' I continued that land of brightest day. H. C. GALEY
for a visit with her niece, Mrs. the work of rescue. Of the
Hallowe'en Social tonight at the Bethel, daughter of Mr. and DEPARTMENT OF KEY
Henry O. Russell. 495 souls on board, 482 were II Jesus loves the little children,
Parish Hall starting at 8. o'clock. Mrs. Dalbert Bethel. No. 10Lowe's Last night the volunteer Naval For Mayor
WEST ADMINISTRATION rescued by the Bainbridge.} A'nd He calls them, one by one.
A good program has been ar, .Lane, to William Carlin Communication Reserve net work I WM. H. MALONEFor
J. A. Mendoza, chancellor at I From this world of sin and
1 Routine Activities I
ranged including a ole-ac.t..t! play,'White SOD of Mr. and Mrs. William of Florida was manned for the
the Cuban consulate in Key West. To a home of light and love' Reelection
a pantomime and scores "or Hal White, of Jupiter Fla. The And now as to some of the I purpose of handling the Navy Day
lowe'en games. -.1 wedding is to take place in the Key West young men totalling visit was of in Tampa week. for returned a business this;', routine activities which most greeting messages from and to It was hard, so hard the. parting For CouncilmanDR.

future.Dance 35, white and colored, were ac. 'one I' everyone takes for granted but various cities in Florida. From our precious little child,
liar morning on the Cuba. j I ARMANDO COBO
Enjoyable Dance f cepted for Civilian Conservation the value of which can not be Many people in Key West and But we say "Amen" to Jesus

Tonight I I measured in dollars. all over Florida took advantageof Tho our hearts --break rfl!'"tfce -
Corps enlistment in
Tampa Satur Herman Holtsberg, son of bI1. For Councilman
Night Naval
Saturday Communications
Broadcasting .
I : the offer of the reserve forces .
0: : I At tHabana-Madrid day, according to word received I I and Mrs. Morris Holtsberg, who'was night and day the weather and sent messages to relatives and while. CLIFFORD G. HICKS

One of the most delightful, social ct today by the social service department .- in Gainesville to attend Old i(I reports, storm warnings obstruc- friends in other cities. Some sweet day we'll meet you

affairs of the early Fall sea. Firemen's Diamondball Team I of the Key West Adj Home Week celebrations at Flor-' tions to navigations-no doubt The Seventh Naval District darling, For CouncilmanMARCOS

son was,the Annual Hallowe'en' will start activities at their dance I ministration. The ida University, returned on the saving many a ship from de Communication Reserve is a very Never more to part, I say, A. MESA, SR.
young men I II
dance which was held Saturday:tonight at Habana-Madrid Club I this morning. ,I struction. The Navy direction efficient organization, says Lieu Still we love you William Austin,
night at the American Legion sharply at 9:45 o'clock. All ar-11|I left here Friday afternoon aboard I: finder stations along the coasts tenant Wm. Klaus, who recently 'Tho you're gone so far away. For CouncilmanJIM

Hall sponsored by the Young'rangements have been completed the Steamship Cuba. I Mrs.\ T. S. Caro returned this giving radio bearings free of took over the instructorship of the ROBERTSFor

Boys' Social Club. ;j;i for an evening of merriment and 1 I I The information received today morning on the Steamship Cuba'from : charge to ships in weather whenit district. Mother, Dad will not forget you,

All who attended expressed. dancing. I'i I did not indicate what camps the t Tampa where she was spend-) is impossible to obtain positions When you consider that these Day by day we'll think of you, Police Justice

themselves as having a good i!! Del Woods' Dance Orchestra I Ii |I, new corps members would be sent ing a delightful vacation of several -' by sun or stars, enabling II men give their o'Vn time to training I As a bright and shining Angel, I II E! T. S. CARO

time. A program of dance music:I!!i will furnish a delightful program i! to. weeks with relatives and I them to proceed safely. : and perfecting themselves Far away beyond the blue.

was furnished by Joe Catala' of spicy! rhythm for the affair. Proceeds I White.Key Westers who wer friends. I Most of us in Key West are without one cent of remuneration, I I MRS. GRACE ELWOOD. I I For Chief of Police

Orchestra. I(l are to be used to buy new'accepted follow: Bert Harry I familiar with the assistance ren-I so that! in time of national emer- oct282tLim MYRTLAND GATES

I I uniforms for the team. j jI j Saunders, Claude Laris, Dempsey William Mendell\ left by plane dered by our Naval Communication gency they will be able to help I
i L. Teal, Delio Castro. Albert yesterday afternoon for a short j Service in Key West duringthe I For
Entertainment At j I j'I ', expand the regular navy com- i The United States, with Captain of Police
i Rodriguez, Julio Avael Ed- business visit in Miami. recent hurricane. Despatches a per
I Many Attend Dance Clyde I munication service. they deserve ', ALBERTO CAMERO
Park On TuesdayA I ward Smart, Bradley E. Sweet. handled which facilitated the res- great credit. They are real) consumption of 2.85 pairsa ,

1 i At Raul': Club II ing, Otilio Camp, Warren Lopez, Joe Crema who arrived last!! cue work;.....stores arranged' for; Americans', the liteutenant said. i.sumer year,of is leather the world's shoes.largest con-I'I'i. I' For Captain of Police
Friday from Miami for short
Hallowe'en Carnival has been Celido Valdez Delgado, Arthur a emergency trarisportation in a ROBERT J. LEWIS

arranged to be given on the tennis A large crowd attended the i Espinola, Armando Machin, Ce- business visit Jjajethis relatives few cases: emergency mail serv Consumption of fresh fruits in I "Bobby"PALACE
cilio left byplaneycRerday on ice aiang8r f for! with the Navy Strong Navy! Strong Nation!I -- ----- -
court at Bayview Park Tuesday Annual Hallowe'en Bali at Raul's I Crespo, Rogelio M. Marquez, Greet Britain broke all previous

evening beginning; at 71|, Club Saturday night. The floorshow ) Peter Castro, Roy Atwell, At- the return. : and Naval Reserve planes, et;. records during the last year, For City Clerk j
the celio Vargas, Leo Gonzalez and All in a day' for the men
o'clock, under the auspices of under the direct amounting to nearly two million! I
Division Street School. j presented Millard F. Sawyer. Rev. John C. Gekeler, of First) of the Navy. Hundreds of other tons. WALLACE PINDER Helen Twelvetrees and Donald

There will be a ghost drill, cos-'I tion of Del Woods was voted a The colored young men accepted Presbyterian Church left yester-! rescue and assistance: cases could For Re-Election I Cook in

tame parade and other events. j grand success by all who attended. were: Harry Chipchase day afternoon by plane for Miami be told, 'all reaet ug"o, the credit realize the value of the police I The Spanish Cape Mystery

Prizes will be given for the Livingston Skinner, James A. and will return by plane Friday.!; of the Navy. These are peacetime force, the fire department Does SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT I Comedy and Short Reel

most appropriate and most comi- Little Harriett Johnson's num- j Barr Roosevelt Cash Harrison i I activities. he not have insurance on his -on---- I Matinee: 10-I5c; Night: 15-25c

cal Gazook band and songs. bers, "I've Got a Feeling! You'reFooling" I Sawyer, Eugene Bennett, Alfonso J. R. Heist, storekeeper of the And in the event of war: It i automobile, his home, his life? WAVES ; .
| Florida East Coast St.
Dixon, Darnell Coleman. Kermit Railway j I has been said that a large, Army 'How about our wonderful country -', ,
and "Rhythm and Romance" j Augustine, who was in Key West and Navy is conducive to war. A fwoj'ern.anents gg tin
Hallowe'en Ball Saunders, Shelton Rolle, John ? Is it not worth insurance,| KEY WESTCOLONIAL
were loudly applauded by several days arranging to send I little serious consideration will !
Thompson, jr., Edward Suarez, too? A strong Navy means a'
the appreciative crowd. material in the storeroom at Key' Better Wave, $5.00 and ap I HOTELIn
Grand SuccessGrand j show the fallacy of this state-
I jr., Eugene R. Poitier, Joseph strong' Nation-and a strong:
Baby Bennett with his Cuban West to St. Augustine left MRS. MILLER I
yesterday ment. No one really desires war Na-I
Key, and A. tion safe and peaceful
George Carey.
Hallowe'en Ball given at melodies was good for threet legit- j" by plane for Miami en least of all the fighting forces. tion.means a 407 South Street Phone 574-J I the Center of the Business

imate encores. Gerald Pinder and; route to headquarters. ; They more than any one, under- 1 and Theater District
the Habana-Madrid::\ Club Satur- 1 II
Gould Curry were big in their' CHANGE MADE IN I I stand the horrors of war and are i

day night under the direction of Shadow Dance i, J. B. Sullivan, operator of a i; the first to face them. I MONROE THEATERPaul BENJAMIN LOPEZ First Class-Fireproof. _

Club :Manager John Carbonell was The funniest part of the show j I machine shop in Key West, left i Wil There Be War? FUNERAL HOME I Sensible Rale
one of the finest social events was the comic "Apache" dance by : PLANE SCHEDULE yesterday: afternoon by plane for! Muni-Ann Dvorakin Serving Key West

ever. held in the city. Dexter Woods and Sugar SweetIing. !, a visit in Miami. I The United States is not a war- Half Century I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
The club had its honor like nati n. We are not aggres! DR. SOCRATES
as guest The hall rang with laughtei t 24 Hour Ambnlanco Service
Congressman J. Mark Wilcox who from start till finish and the boys) AIRCRAFT WILL ARRIVE ON Mrs.\ Delores de la Rosa, daughter > !sive.' We would not start' a war Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestras I Licenced Embalmer Carat Elevator

visited this city over the week- were exhausted after coming out Mrs. Otilia Lacedonia, and but it's a sad, sad, fact that on 15-20e Nights I5-25 Pfcone 135 Night! G96-U I Popular Price*

end. Introduced by Howard WiI-; many times in answer to the en- WEDNESDAYS INSTEADOF great grandson, Leonte Valla- this mundane sphere, it does not i .
take two to make a quarrel. Witness -
son, Representative Wilcox spoke' cores. dares, who were enjoying a vaca-
THURSDAYSAs what went in China and
briefly to those who attended the As usual, the music was good. tion in Tampa, were returning' on .
what is now going on in Africa.
balL I furnished Del Woods' the Cuba this -
J>y popular passengers on morn-
Mayor and Mrs. William H. dance band. mg. I The United States is a wonderful An Index To

Malone started the evening's festivities announced in The Citizen 01 I country, rich in resources, and I Ii
Saturday the change in plane young in age.! Jealousy and covet-
by leading the Paul Jones was conducted. His prediction China plates and dishes are1
human faults. In this
service between Miami and Key ness are '
dance. This served to inspire' all of a record-breaking crowd were considered objects of the highest)
West will become effective Wed- day of economic whatis
attending with the spirit of the amply justified. Saturday night's I pressure
value in Ceram, an island of the natural than the older RELIABLE
nesday. October 30. with the more
arrival -
occasion. After several numbers brilliant affair added new laurelsto Dutch East Indies. )
I countries with their of
of the and pressure
morning plane II i
masks were removed and the his reputation as a conductor I! ?
departure of the afternoon at the i population and dying-out re-
crowd treated to of affairs of this kind. Over two '
were surprises
many Ethiopian farmers raise maize, I
should look around to-
!same' scheduled hours as at pres- sources
j I hundred couples participated in durra wheat, barley rye. teff, ward expansion.Does .

Mr. Carbonell was highly: congratulated .I this Hallowe'en event. j ent.This was announced last weekas peas, cotton and sugar cane. not the thinking man FIRMS S I
by all in attendance!1 I Mbnager Carbonell states that;! I
it given out by ,
soon as was
on the success of the affair and the next big affair will take plac. Strong Navy! Strong Nation! :;
." .
the P. and O. S. S. that
the impartial manner in which it :on Hallowe'en, October 31st. f company Beware Coughsfrom I I
_. I I the Steamship Cuba would in future I'
----- arrive in Key West on Thurs- LEG.ALS

days instead of Wednesdays.Until common coldsThat

MENDELL MAKES I PROGRAM TONIGHTAT I further changes are an t> T....: ror\Tr jnioFri ("OI.R..1
\ .4\1) FOIL noMtot: COl'\T'-.1
nounced the planes will arrive Ki.niiniv. i Hang OnNo '

LOCALCHURCH Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays In r-- The Estate of I| FOLLOW THE[ ARROWAnd !
leaving 4 o'clock in the afternoon RICHARD PEACOX I> I i I you have matter tried how for your many cough medicines chest \

-- : the same day of arrivaLCORRECTION NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR cold or bronchial irritation,you can .
i FINAL niSCAIWJE j get relief now with Creomulslon.Serious .
XoU.Is hereby given that the*,
Mendell left There will be an interesting trouble may be brewing and
by plane undersigned administrator cum t./|
on "Childhood and tamento annex d<* lx>ni!!! nnn. wilt'! '' you cannot afford to take a chance You Will Find In This
yesterday afternoon, having been program on the 2nd day of April 1':5.:: pre-( with anything less than Creomul- ---
Youth Week" given at Ley Memorial An article appeared in The to the seat
called to Mimi: to confer with the sent to the Honorable Hugh Gann' sion which goes right
Church tonight at 7:3t, Citizen on Saturday stating thata County Judge in and for Monroe, of the trouble to aid nature to
Hart-Schaffncr and Mark representative i County. Florida a final report In : soothe and heal the inflamed mem- Stores Which Aim
o'clock, announces Rev. M. given Friday Directory
birthday party was the above estate; all vouchers, and' branes as the germ-laden phlegmis
in the interest of hia Smith. 1..1 evening at the home of Captain will ask for the auroral of name; loosened and expelled. ,

winter stock of this Childhood and his honor.It and for a final discharge as -i Even if other remedies have
nationally The purpose of Luther Pinder in ,
vert sed line of men's suits. ad-I'j Youth Week is to get a better cot t I was later learned that the tate of Richard aforesaid.'...a..on. deceased.Dated in,the, e. -f, failed druggist don't is authorized be discouraged to guarantee your To Serve and Please You. They
at Key West.! Florida this I
operation and understanding between i party in question'was a surprise to refund
: Creomulslon and
Before retaining home Mr. Menj j 30th day of September A. I>. IS35. your
the fathers and mothers i affair, and was given: at the homeof T. H. J. ROBERTS, money if you are not satisfied with
dell also expects to arrange with ,I and the church school it is said. his brother, GrajTburn Pinder. ; oct7-14-21-ZS.Administrator noY4-ll-18-131 as aforesaid.1septSO : I' Get results Creomulslon from the right very now.first (bottle.Adv.. Invite You To Visit Them!

representatives of other companies The to be It also stated that there
parents are urged was .
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whose lines he carries on present. were no prizes given as mentionedin

matters pertaining to his Winter II the write-up, although cards I __
lines. The Awash river of Ethiopians, were played with other forms of uI

which is 200 feet wide and 4 feet, entertainment indulged in, and "

NEW\ ARRIVAL AT I deep in the Danakil lowlands I those present thoroughly enjoyedthe INSURANCE I I BEER VENDORS I SHOE REPAIRING
s rises 50 or 60 feet during floods evening's entertainment.

inundating the plains for miles!, I J. S. MOORE, AGENCY ,. CURRO'S BEER GARDEN GOODYEAR SHOE SHOPH.

ALFONSOS' HOME along its banks. j I for Baby's Cold Jefferson Hotel Building ''I Cold Beer At All Time. Diamandi Prop.

Surety Bonds, Automobile, Pay U. a Visit Old Shoe. Made A. Good A* New
I Elephant and rhinoceros inhabit I j -r '' ...
Proved best by two t'' .1 ;' .ii .,' Life and Accident Insurance Ducal At PetroaU Street 612 Daval Street
I the low-lying districts of Ethiopia,j .. l
Mr\ and Mrs. Manuel\ Alfonso generations of mothers. <-=- ,14 'I. "'f 71'
especially the Sobat valley. J t
announce the birth of a daughter: X/ICKS i {1 !P iil '
at their home, 519 United street 1 .
yesterday.The I Strong Navy! Strong Nation! 1 I /.. I''I II' tli': r

new arrival which weighed I -- .- _. _- ... ;1 : '2:=' I/I 11_425-I:: f' STUDIO SWEETING'S SERV. STA. I & PEACOCKBakers

nine pounds, has been given the I' ( You'll Like The Prints W. Make Paint Jobs That Hold Up of Baker Boy Bread
I 1 I iL!
name of Viola Eraehna. ,( "t1 ,"lI1; Photo EngUrfinr A Specialty Expert Starter and Gen. Service Cakes and Pastries

606 Dvval Street Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service Phone 818 812 Fleming- St.
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Banish Chills and Fever! : 'h. 'I r E "Get Our Price F1r t" Specializing in Fresh,, Fith, I CleaningPressing

TTERY soon each of our Sheet Metal Work, Dayton P mp. Foot of Front Street First Class Alteration
To eenqsrr Md'--a: \ou m,i" dr two
132 Simontoa St. Phone Phone 44 Free Delivery 928 Division St.
things (II> Dc-rti! ) the inn'i!turn in the ,J friends will be receiving an ;I
blood (2)( ) Build up the bU-xJ to overcome and FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE
the dlrct.and to funny azam-t! invitation to our Wedding; REFRIGERATORS are as cool fresh and CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE COFFEE. 'I DRUGS
further attack.There is one> medicine that we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.** healthful if
they frozen in cake of
do:. these two thine? and that is Grove'sTasteless as were a I
in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destro Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the absolutely airtight.
'.* thr malarial infection in the blood J. CaD.j.j Prop. Ask Your Grocer For Emilio Romero, Prop
finest; and that is why we are inviting you to inspect our
while the iron builds up thr blood. Thousand .I very $30.00 and $35.00 Suit Cleaned and Pressed 25c 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN COFFEE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTSPhone
;- 01 people ban conquered Malaria remarkable line of Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations '
tvlth; thr aid of Groves Tasteless! Chill genuine !I 1 Day Service-Next Cuban Club Half Pound Pkts. tOe I 379 1000 Dnval. Street
Trust In addition to bring!: a noted remedy I. ..Announcements in the' Favored Styles' of 1935. EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIAL II I

fur 1\1:1''aria. it is also an excellent I -On Display At-
fruit of funeral use. Grove's Tasteless POULTRYIf CLUBSFor I
Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and contain THE ARTMAN PRESS .
.- nothing! harmful. Even children like I Ice I
it and they can take it safely. For saleb CITIZEN BUILDING Thompson Company Inc. you are looking for POULTRY, Recreation

> all! drug!; stores. Now two Zt'S-SOC I visit or call THE NAVY CLUB .
and $1 The 51 sue contains 2'/j times as PHONE -:: .
NO. 8 Fulford's Green. St. Opp. Western Union I I
much as 'he SOc sire and gives you 25% Poultry Farm

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Value offset not word-aligned: 293
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'52350' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQOV' 'sip-files00189.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'21637' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQOW' 'sip-files00189thm.jpg'
'1178902' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQOX' 'sip-files00190.jp2'
'869244' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQOY' 'sip-files00190.jpg'
'93483' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQOZ' 'sip-files00190.QC.jpg'
'9430905' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPA' 'sip-files00190.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'43073' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPB' 'sip-files00190.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'21392' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPC' 'sip-files00190thm.jpg'
'1177762' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPD' 'sip-files00191.jp2'
'904180' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPE' 'sip-files00191.jpg'
'98679' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPF' 'sip-files00191.QC.jpg'
'9421749' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPG' 'sip-files00191.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'49640' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPH' 'sip-files00191.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22754' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPI' 'sip-files00191thm.jpg'
'1170906' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPJ' 'sip-files00192.jp2'
'913184' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPK' 'sip-files00192.jpg'
'97862' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPL' 'sip-files00192.QC.jpg'
'9364136' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPM' 'sip-files00192.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'51013' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPN' 'sip-files00192.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'21838' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPO' 'sip-files00192thm.jpg'
'10168' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPP' 'sip-files1935102801.xml'
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
'2018-05-21T12:37:30-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'11673' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPS' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00336.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'11422' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABPNfileF20090414_AACQPV' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00336.xml'
xml resolution

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