The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
November 4, 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
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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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Ruth Bryan Owen Arrived Ins GIVES COURSEOF ON; I Key West's Honored Guest Forces Start Work Today On Key

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Key West mdar On Plane FLORIDA COAST West Sewer Project; Total Of f 900


Minister To Denmark Entertained THOMPSON FISHCOMPANY FURNISHES WARN- rcf t s

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Weather Bureau today issued the r CENTER REACHED MIAMI AT
thank you, I am home re COMPANY OF HOMESTEAD _
following storm warning: "Ad-

plied Ruth Bryan Owen, U. S. ; NEW SCHEDULE AN- visory 9':30 A. !f., northwest h rx Pl; F 1:30 O'CLOCK TODAY. RESIDENTS OF SECTION IN

:minuter to Denmark, to W. R. storm warnings ordered south of ykY; "ti REPORT SHOWS
,Kenan, president of the Florid Key Largo to Key West and northward -
on west coast to Fort Myers MAKING PREPARATIONS TO women of Key West were
East Coast Railway, when the Utter and hurricane warnings orderedin The following is the bulletin
Overseas working on WPA
With the purchase of the COMMEMORATEDEVENT projects
issued by the weather bureau at .
offered his assistance directlyafter Lake Okeechobee district. Hurricane -
Transportation Company of warnings remain displayed Gg 3:30 o'clock this afternoon: today as six more projectsgot

they landed from the plane llomestead by the Thompson Fish "Center of hurricane reached -
from :Miami to Stuart Fla., and I under way major one of
yesterday morning company of Key West, the new storm warnings north of Stuartto Miami 1:30 p. m. Barom tar A.._"' Pren.l I
schedule of Titusville. Tropical storm of eter 28.73 itches; maximum DADE CITY Fla, Nov. 4.- which was the sewer and
owners announce a
When Mrs. Owen stepped from 85 wind 72 miles from west-
hurricane central
water distribution
reighf service between Miami, and Residents of this section are mak- sy.-tem
the plane to the dock she was miles northeast of Miami moving northwest. Storm apparently

'greeted by a large group of close Key..,West, which i is now effec- west southwestward, about ten still moving west-southwest ing preparations for a program

friends and admirers and for a tive.That miles an hour attended by hurri-I about 12 miles per hoar. December 28 to commemorate the ex-penditure
Area, of hurricane winds will 100th of the Dade I
the new service will be of cane winds. All interests warned anniversary i
few moments stood smiling before Ad Af and one-quarter million doll -
a kind to encourage and merit I against severe storm in ex- a probably not exceed 35 milesin massacre, whose only parallel in I
expressing her happiness at once : treme southern Florida." diameter." lars.l :
t the patronage of Key West mer- history was the Custer disaster 43 I
again being in Key West. I -
chants and individuals with- years later. Other projects started tin-,;;
Mrs. Owen told The Citizen f goes I Last night's report reads: The following 13 the forecastfor
out saying as the owners have I "Tropical storm central at one a. Key West and Vicinity: Osceola, famed Seminole warrior morning include the 8"101111111'i y
"this is a thrilling moment and I
II' been in business for many years m. about 50 miles north northeastof Rain tonight and Tuesday; in- seeking revenge for im-: pool on Roogevek BouluwiJ

am really unable to express and have gained the confidenceof Hopetown, Great Abaco Is- creasing westerly winds reaching i} prisonment, found his opportunity -:' which when completed, will i. -
happy I am to be back in dear old business people throughout land, which is approximately 220 gale force and possible hurricane 'I
RUTH BRYAN OWEN, against the whites on Dec. 28,: semble a South Sea atoll and 1 1I 1I
Key West with my many friends." South Florida. miles east of West Palm Beach, I force and shifting! to southerly
Former Congressman From This District and Now United State I I expected to be ORe of the aUiat-
Intending at first to return on One vessel of the company: is moving almost due south about 14 I For Florida: Clor.dy tonight 1835.A
the afternoon plane, Mrs. Owen now in operation making pickup miles an hour attended by shift- Minister To Denmark and Tuesday with rain in south command of 117 men under" tions of the city, mince it will

decided later to remain a few and delivery service Tuesdays and ing gales and hurricane winds over --- -- -. -- portion and showers in north portion Major Francis L. Dade halted for utilize the open water of the sea

days, and will leave Wednesday by Fridays in the morning. Other small area near center. The cen-I I ; not much change in tem- breakfast that mornnig a few.and yet be enclosed sufficiently to
vessels are available and these ter will likely a short dis- 1 perature.For '
pass keep out marine life.
plane for Miami. Railroad miles from the Withlachoocheeriver any
Yesterday she was luncheon will be placed in operation when- tance east of Great Abaco Is-' Officials Come HereTo I Jacksonville to Florida southwest i The furniture factory project
ever business warrants. and. Caution advised all vessels Straits: Fresh to strong northeast just of the pres- also Him ,
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R. I started morning nrahmgit
i It is the hope of the company and interests in Bahama group and east winds ever north por- ent town of BunnelLAs possible to turnout
Warren at the home on Eaton ; some unique!
I that with courteous and obiliging against dangerous conditions and I tion and strong shifting gales j they prepared to resume furniture
street and during her stay will be I j j and also take care otj
i employes, prompt deliveries and caution advised small craft on Inspect Terminal Facilities with winds of hurricane force in
the guest of Miss Ileen Williamsat I I their journey, they were ambushed -j j routine carpenter work i in tm'
I perfect service business will increase southeast Florida coast against vicinity of tropical disturbance I artisan field. of
the residence, 522 Elizabeth by the Indians There was:
to an extent which will tides above normal and rough over south portion this afternoonand
I A under .
street. Flagler venae got wa>
I but survivor
one Ransome
warrant announcements of daily tonight, diminishing late tonight
a seas.
Mrs. Owen will deliver an ad- 1 .the sewing room project; design'' >
dress to the Junior-Senior High service. 1!NGINEERS TO I Kenan Stated Nothing Can and Tuesday.. Clarke a scout who carried_ news j j primanJj locjmMft yorkei*. \a:

School students .tomorrow morn- FIVE,LEAVE- ONPLANEJUNDAY For East Gulf: Increasing of the massacra.. ='tfc ,nU, veadgvar-I I i starlet!, and rCeoK&ioning of the t

ing at 8:30 o. tocl! in-the*'" High! WM. FREEMAN Be Said At This TimelRegarding northeast and east winds reach- ters at Fort King, located near'>: interior of the Monroe Count
SURVEY DAMAGE ing gale force and possibly hur-
School auditorium. I the present city of Ocala. II I I High School was begun. When
in '
In the afternoon she will be I l Future Activities ricane force vicinity of trop- The spot where the massacre this latter project is compl.t..d! l,

guest of honor at a meeting of theWoman's CANDIDATE IN OF RAIL LINEFOUR ical disturbance. occurred i i. known as Dade Park, I| the walls will sustain two attiaI -

Club 4 o'clock. A program I' and is maintained by the state. :I tive murals showing two ph.-

of entertainment has been, COUNCIL RACEMEMBER FOURTEEN ARRIVE ON AIR I WPA\ WORKERS Leaders of the centennial observance :'': of the development of Key \\ c-t t.

arranged by Mrs. G. N. Goshorn,I 1 said they would invitea : Patching of plaster work and repairing .
president. CRAFT IN MORNING group of Seminole Indians to !' of furniture also arc in/

Among those who will be on the FROM MIAMI TO KEY WEST ON STEAM .. There is absolutely nothing we! MEET AT PARK take part in the ceremonies. Gen.:I I eluded-in,tfch project.i .

program are Mrs.\ Janice Lewis, OF FIRST NATION. can say as to the rehabilitation of I II Charles P. Snmmefall,. former'i The *ewer Work got under way

Mrs. John C. Gekeler and George AL BANK FORCE MAKES ER FLORIDA THIS WEEK; I Homeatead,1 I chief of staff of the United:States [at two poinfe tilts morning;-at the
numbers. the railroad south of VOICE PROTEST AGAINST will be invited to" deliver the; foot of SSitaotiton street where<
Mills White, in vocal
Mail and plane of the FOR I I Ii "
Mrs. 'W.m.Vhite will be heard in ANNOUNCEMENT IN THE Pan American passenger Ajrways left 3 I i Wm. R. Kenan president of the principal address. street tat track is being rcviio\c l"
The 1935 legislature appropriated -I and on Emma street where ditch
a reading.
CITIZEN TODAY o'clock yesterday afternoon for Florida East Coast Corn-
Railway funds for further
Following the meeting a reception I Miami !I NOW IN FORCE develop- digging was begun.
with the
following -
passengers engineers of the FloridaEast ,
ment of Dade Park, and named
will be held at which all mem-I : Scott M. Loftin Wm. R. Coast Railway are' pang told the Citizen yesterday. I I
Senator Fred L. Touchton of Dade
bers of the club are expected to be William A._ Freeman announcesin Kenan Jr., Robert Baker, WalterT. arrive on the Steamship Florida'I I. company with S. M. Loftin Workers on WPA rolls assembled City to head a committee to arrange -I DEAN OF LAWSCHOOLARRIVED'

present. this issue of The Citizen his Etzel and Fred Knight. this week and will make a survey:i at Bayvicw Park yesterday for the centennial.PLANNING
candidacy for city council, in the Arriving on the morning plane of the railroad property to com i co-receiver of the road Mr. Kenan afternoon to voice a protest

STEAMER CUBACOMESJO I election to be held Tuesday, November were: M, E. Gilfond Mrs. M. E. pile a complete and accurate re- i arrived by plane from Miami yesterday against the scale of wages now"
12. Gilfond, J. Gerry Curtis, Bernard port of the damages to right-of-I being paid and the scale to be POLL ON
Mr. Freeman needs no introduction Garcia, Eugene Pietras, W. R. way and other property. and made the regular, inspection fective when large projects d-I)

PORTVESSEL to the people of Key Kenan, Walter Etzel, Scott ),1.1 I I Arrangements have been made I of terminal facilities and the sewerage get under way.A "NEW\ DEAL" ISSUEBALLOTS I DR. AND MRS. HOWARD
West as he has for many years Loftin, Anna Whitmarsh Carl W. 1 with Captain John Lopez, who has,, I number of speakers were(
been connected with the First National Rom. Robert M. Baker, Adam ,1: gotteja, his.launch Doreli in readi- ;:I i holdings of both the railroad and. heard on the subject and it was | SMITH REACHEI KEY WEST

BRINGS IN TWENTY. Bank in the collection: deJ J Blackwood Ruth Bryan Owen ness for the inspection trip and :i i the Florida East Coast Hotel Coatpany. urged that no work be done until FRIDAY EVENINGDr.
partment.As Edwin P. Shore.POLITICAL. trttl)I lbave1 with the engineers on i i such time as a living wage can be MAILED TO KEY
EIGHT PASSENGERSFROM a comretent accountant and the same day the Florida arrives.It i I| guaranteed the workers, insteadof

TAMPA one who has made a comprehensive : -I RALLYAT is expected that the inspection : i'f Nothing can be said regarding tlje} scale provided in the present WEST VOTERS TO Howard San"-, dean of the
study of the bond situationof trip will'cover a period of five .
repairs until the setup PARTICIPATE
I scope of destruction law sehool of t*;* University of
Key West, Mr. Freeman can days. It; was'decided to have the matter r
and amount it will 1 take to Michigan retired, afd. Mr*. Smith
restore -
be of invaluable assistance to the PARK I I *pied tin the hands of
a com-
Steamship Cuba, of the P. and city in handling matters where TUESDAY IVETERANS'SONS 'j the road has beere officially petent committee with instruc- I anneal visitors m Key Wtst \t. n-
O. S. S. company, arrived this I I I I 1 Individual ballots have been among the first arrivals for the
bonds the outstanding bonded indebtedness announced, was the gist of Mr. : tions to meet with heads of the
morning from Tampa with seven mailed to voter of Key West and winter tmMii, coming over tin
and the financial con Kenan's I local WPA and discuss the I
second class passengers for Key CANDIDATES SEEKING OFFICE -I I statement i problem nearby communities in a new. highway Fflfay evening.
dition of Key West is in question TO HOLD MEETING : Until these I Ii I from every angle. In the I : l
West; 16 first Tflid five second matters have been Literary Digest poll of 10,000,000! Dr..IIdlrs. :Smith rw-too<
his host of supporters.Mr. TO t! meantime, it the
say ARE INVITED decided
class passengers for Havana. Freeman says he makes I :I i| reported on officially to Judge;+i iI : workers will continue was at their allotted persons to ascertain the present;, at the Hotel Colonial Friday m.-hi'
The :ship also brought 15 tons his announcement because he BE PRESENT i I I Louis Strum in Jacksonville and' tasks. popularity of the New Deal and ; and on Saturday were !Inok> '
of freight and 170 sacks of mail I STATE CONVENTION OF r r'ANOTHER should be distributed by the post: over the city with a view to M
: feels that at this time. which is I i he decides what is to be done all I II I
for Key West; three tons of I OR.I'i office locally within a few days[ curing comfortable apartnu -
freight and 110 sacks of mail for : one of the most important periods -I''I CANIZATION WILL I''its I conjecture. Mr. Loftin and' GROUP j according to advice received today I Ifor the next several month,"
I in the history of the city, Candidates for political preference -
Havana. Mr. Kenan, the latter said. from the magazine's publish-
he can. with the other members in the election of November' PLACE IN BRADENTON I
Freighter Zuleita arrived yes- I of the body, accomplish much for I t(112 I I are: invited to attend a meeting A' preliminary report has been LEFT ON ers.Florida's WEATHER HALTS
from Miami with a SUNDAY 1 returns in this new i
terday cargo
filed with the court but within
the city, should' he be elected.AGENTS to be held tomorrow night at I a i
of beer and miscellaneous freightfor )I 7:30 o'clock in Bayview Park (Br A._iatrd rr .") short time a comprehensive and i iI |I referendum will -be tallied as a iI

local business houses. I I II Mayor Malone has announced. TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Nov. 4. I I accurate report as to damages i unit so they may be comparedwith I I FLORIDA SAILING
Steamship Alamo, of the Clyde- OF SOAPCONCERN I RAILROAD EMPLOYES ARE the voting in other states'
There are a number of candidates -The Sons of Confederate Vet I and repairs costs will be presented )
it is announced.
:Mallory Lines, arrived from New I I who have expressed a desire erans of Florida will hold their to the court and within a reason- GIVEN '
ASSIGNMENTS AT The voting,of the postcard'ballots -
York 7:40 o'clock yesterday ARRIVE Ito; be heard it was learned and annual state convention at Bradenton able time Judge Strum will ren- The Steamship Florida nh,< h
ing and sailed 9:50 for morn-I I it is expected that a large group Nov. 6-7. der a decision. DIFFERENT POINTS is secret as no signature or/ was dwe to leave Miami tongrrr1'or ,

Tanker New Jersey, of will address the citizens at this The call for the meeting wa After making their inspection other identification is required;by'',, Key. Waists has been held UPI
and the return postage is paid
Texas Oil Company arrived in I meeting. issued here by M. W. Turnley. Mr. Kenan and Mr. Loftin left on ; I owing" to the stormy weathrr in

port yesterday morning with. a i I CILLENTINES COME HERE ON;I state adjutant and B. Frank the afternoon plane 3 o'clock for Another group of Key Westers the tampering magazine.and To counterfeiting guard against*:I that' &tio aecortfinff to an-
cargo of 8000 barrels diesel gas NOTICE I Taylor, state commander. :Miami. tnda .
left Made
oil for the tanks at the Porter I I REGULAR VISIT TO yesterday for points on the specially manufactured: cardboard)i riowneement > Miamir
1 '
East Coast. They were all em the ballot The ste* er will leave
-- -- is used for printing
Dock Company and sailed in the, TRADE The Election Commissioners of I the
I ployes of the Florida East Coast according to the sponsors of the 1 I Taesday night' providing
afternoon. I I. I the City of Key West, Florida, Railway, who Jiave been transferred poll and all spurious votes can I I weather is suitable and will arrive
Two cutters of the United I will meet at the City Hall. Council to other points. be detected immediately and de-! at Key West Wednesday
States Coast Guard service arrivedin H. B. Gillentine and II. B. Gil-t Chamber Ort Wednesday November -SEE THE Charles Lunn, accompanied by stroyed. morning.

port today and are berthed in entine Jr., representing the Lever -t 6, 1935 for the purpose Mrs. Lunn and son, Arthur left_ The ballot asia a yes or no "an-I,I' Sailing of the Ferry J. R. Par-

the submarine base. They are the Brothers company, manufac-I of restoring any name or for Port Everglades where they swer to the question: "Do You I rott for Port Everglades was stopped -
Nemesis and Saranac.ctt9vctm's. names shown to have been improperly Newl936ChevroletON will establish last night because of advisory
turers of Lux, Life Buoy, soaps; I i a home. I NOW Approve the Acts and Policies -!
--- Lux and Rinso detergent powders, stricken or omitted from i, Mr. Lunn is an employe of the of the Roosevelt 'New Deal'to t storm warning The first whistle

arrived yesterday for a regular said registration books from 7:00P. f[ car department. Other employesof date?" for sailing wa sounded at 9 30

visit to the company's many cus M. to 8:30 P. M. DISPLAY TOMORROW the department who left were: o'clock. Before the sailing hour.

tomers. Please govern yourselves ac-: i'Charles M. Curry, New Smyrna; FAILED IN ACTION 10 o'clock, orders were cancelledFor
$ Young :Mr. Gillentine is accompanied cordingly.CARLYLE : John Fleming St. Augustine; R. the same readaon the Monroe -

ante by Mrs. Gillentine and ROBERTS, Meltzer Motor Company L. Thompson St. Augustine; DULUTH Minn.-James Cor- County ferry was held today

WHISKIES AND GINS cure while they have been in Key West I IRA F. ALBURY, : Charles Sands Miami, and C. Berlin with rf.. this city tried to obtainan I at the No Name Key slip it being

but one day, they are enjoying JOHN COLLINS, i| Sands Miami; Anthony Has- injunction to keep his wife :decided to cancel sailing until all!
their stay. nov4-2t Election Commissioners. kins Port Everglades. from talking but failed. 'danger las peat



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BIG SPENDING, AWAKES BIG TAXES ........................
tst Citfecn I
ep I
1936 MfsterVe Luxe and Standard Chevrolets are Replete with New Features To ay's Birthdays

Published Daily Rscvpt Sunday By The revenue system and the spending ............. ........
of the Government have American
L. P. AI1THA. I'realdeat policies ,... Sewell] Lee Avery, head of Ml'"lt.
JOE ALLK\ AMi.laat B..I.*.. Meager business men up in the air. What's to be : 7" -' -- gomery, Ward & C. i, rr.

From The Citizen Building done about it? Very few people have any at Saginaw, Mick., 61 yearvGena ago,
Corner Greene and Ann Street ,
ideawhat a billion dollars means, but there .
Bra OIIIIIoe of New \ I.;
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe is a growing realization that wheq five .
County.Enured ) City, composer, president ot tn >

at Key'West.- Florida- : ,-as second class matter ten, or twenty billion dollars is paid out of 1 American. Women Marie Corp
,'r- League, born in Ontario, i ,tn'
----- -- FT :!l iTHTEAR the National Treasury that the money will ada. 54
years ago. .f the A..eiated Prefh .. have to be paid back some day-somehow, I I -

Associate press 1s exclusively entitled to use and someway, through taxation of all 1 1 I Dr. CUries L. Reese of Wi.!'m.
for uiiicatloa; of all news dispatches credited to r
\t"5r not r: otherwise credited ,.1I-.hl. paper and also classes of people. ., i4t eY n.gton. DeL a noted chcnu-t.
bersv,' L born in, 78 ". .
the- too) peers published year ago
William Randolph Hearst complains I

NATIONAL EDITORIAL) bitterly because his combined federal and Dr. Perrm T. Wilson of Cam-

'r'tn' ( AeASSOCIA1TIbN state taxes take "over 80 per cent" of his 1 bridge, IL". ., a noted ovuo-
pathic: physician, born at MiddK
income. Evidently Mr. Hearst is able to
SintklPTIOV: HATES town, Conn., 47 years ago.
.. .... -11000 figure out where his money comes from
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Six Months -- Thomas G. W. balloonist
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C .'Sire Months = =- f.H and where it goes to.
Joe Mont __ .-- ..8SIVeekly boa in WuIIia* n. D. c..
.-.._-:__.--.-- JO He has an adventage over the wheat i. I I 140 years ago.

who less than two cents out
ADVERTISING' HATES producer gets I -
Mads known on application. James E. Fraser. of New York.
T of the grain he sells that is needed for a j
noted sculptor, born at Wino
I loaf. of bread, which he buys from the
All reading notices cards. of thank, resolutions ot nan, Minn., 59 years ago.
r.apt, obituary oticeft., .* --. will v% charged for at baker for 10 cents.; Where is the eight I
toe rate of IV cents a line.
churches from which I intimate of rulers millio'ui1} !:cs.
Notices entertainments by cents spread? The baker and the miller
a. revenue Is to \I.t derh'ede 5 cats a line. 3 | cowboys and cooks, actor, jo a-nayl-
f' and invites discussion be able out their small in-
TU Citizen is an open rum -* may to figure ist and radio star, born in ml>: an
.f public I Issues and bjerts of local
Interest but it will not p-.blish anonymous commune1 1 terests which are even smaller than that of Territory. Died in plane oath.Im .
cations. 1 the farmer's two cents. il Alaska, Aug. 15.; 1935.! :

The amount of tax hidden in that loaf I

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST of bread is the largest item inthe, retail BENJAMIN LOPEZI
cost. Even a certified public accountant New Master De Luxe and Standard Chevrolet for 1936 show marked Either Knee-Action or conventional springing may be baM in the Master I -
advances in appearance and in engineering. Perfected hydraulic brains,high- models. The illustrations show: Top left the Master De Luxe sport Serving; Key West
couldn't find out how much it is.
compression with balanced I with built-in trunk ,the moulded
engines full-length water jacket and carburet I sedan ;top right re-styled deeply radiator r Half Century
1. Water and werage. The Kentucky tobacco grower gets are among mechanical improvement' The solid steel Turret Top Fisher grille used on an models;lower left the simple arrangement of Chevrolet's 24 Hour Ambulance Service
body is now used oo the Standard a*welt| a* the Master DC:Luxe models. perfected hydraulic brake all models; and. lower right.a Standard sedan. Embalmer
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- very little for his product but there is six .. I Licensed
P"- 696-"
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land. cents tax on a ten cent package of council last night the body W-: I[ ...............,........ l|head of the great lumber company -I e:.
The Government makes all the tl
*. Free Port. % cigarettes. i KEY WEST IN I presented a petition signed by I I Today's I of the Pacific Northwest I I r
money out of cigarettes. So it goes- White street residents asking'thatthe i born at Coal Valley, I1L Died at KEY WESTCOLONIAL
4. Hotels and Araran r..Ls.
luxury ta>tes, gasoline taxes and taxes on DAYS GONE BY street ie widened to 45 'feet I I. Anniversaries Tacoma, Wash., May 18, 1935. I HOTEL
5. Bathing Pavilion. and be paved from Division streetto
I 6. Airports-Lead ant Set all the necessities of life. Happening Here' Just 10 Years. Trumbo Island, and from I f 1866--Michael\ A. E. White In the Center of the Businessand
It may be that the people growing up Ago Today As Taken. From Division street to South Beach. ] 1803-Sarah II. B. Judson, a English soldier and one of Kip-
7. Consolidation ct and City' 'I j Theater District
County now-a-days will live longer lives than thoseof The Files Of The Citizen The city attorney was instructed!, noted American: missionary to I ling's characters New York City

Governments.SIDELIGHTS. preceeding generations, but if they see to draw up tbe required ordin-l i I Burma born at Alstead N. Y. t author of note, born in India. First ClaaF"aeprf-
Tidewater' Construction Com- ance. Work. will begin within a i Died Sept. 1, 1845.1816Stephen Died in New York, Jan. 20, 1935. ScMiblo Rates
balanced in the future .
budgets they
many pany was last night awarded the brief time. i I

will undoubtedly have to live longer than contract: for constructing the J. Field New 1879-Will Rogers America'! ; COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

the allotted time of three score and ten. boulevard around the island. The: Gato Real Estate and Improvement York City lawyer, California 49'er, great jokester, homely philosopher,
I'I' bid submitted by the company,I company of Key West, announce !. tate Chief Justice, appointed by' the country's most beloved personage Carat Elevator
I a ked 68223030. This bid is the sale of two lots on Lincoln to the U. S. Supreme i who started life as a plain Popular Prices
BIG HEARTED (7) I considerably in excess of the es- Southard street. One 'was sold Court and there served nearly 34 Oklahoma cowboy and ended it as

By MARCY B. DARNALL, timates first made, but the commissioners to Mrs. W. M. White and the oth- years, born at Haddam, Conn. l --_ ---- --.-
!: considered the increased to Mrs. M. C. Gwynne. i The '
Edit of The Vest Citizen : Died in Washington, D. (X, April
Former Kay
r Fort Lauderdale News I cost of materials and decided each lot
( Daily ) -, price paid was $6,000 for 9, 1899. I
Miami's dog-in-the-manger attitude toward' the amount was not exces and within a short time Frank STEAMSHIP Co.

The hip pocket wou'' ve outlawed if Broward County has again come to lightthistime sive. Lewinsky paid the purchasers 1835-(100( years ago) Luns- P & 0 UNITED STATES FASTMAIL
Judge J. Henry Johnson 0: York S. C., I ; $16,000 for the lots. ford L. Lomax, the Confederate ROUTES FOR
to an extent that no loyal citizen of this
could have his way. He proposes a law Matters of importance to the captain who rose to major-gen-
county can disregard.liami's I future\ of Key West are to be Mary Louise Finder, eight years eral'before his :SOth: year, Vir- MIAMI-PORT TAMPA_HAVANA-WEST INDIES
forbidding the sale of :vcusers with hip discussed at a mass meeting to, old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ginia armer, college president and and Thursday
\ selfish attitude has long been the MVmdays
West for Havana on
pockets, so that "people wouldn't have be held in the Strand Theater t Hilburn Finder, died 1:30 o'clock government war records clerk Key
such a handy place to carry a pistol." subject of general and continuous comment by I tonight. The most important will; }. this morning at the home, 1209 I born at Newport, R. I. Died May 1 Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and

Broward interests, both as regards small matters : be the question of advertising.. Division street. Funeral services 28, 1913. |i Fridays. .. '. .
Key West and the method of will be held from the residence to I
Miss and great. But tangible evidence of this state of Miami Wednesday 10:&0 P. M.
Kathryn Spencer a Universityof Leave Key West for
raining funds with which to carryon Ley Memorial J church 4 o'clock 1840-Augnste Rodin, famed i
Tennessee freshman, is looking for .a mind has been, in many instances, lacking.But I the campaign. Everybody in: this arternoon. Rev. Ley and French sculptor, born. Died Nov. Sal of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M.

sober-faced man whom she took to be a it is lacking no more. Key West i is expected to attend: Rev. Munro will officiate. 17, 1917. For further information call Pkon 71

professor when he asked her to pay $5 for Early in September, it will be recalled, a the meeting. 1 1I i 1858-John P. Weyerhaeuser,I J. H. COSTAR Agent.r .
I .Five cases were disposed of in
her "chapel seat which she did. She storm swept the Florida Keys and destroyed a large ,
Substituting for Epstein, who I lUnted States Court this morning .. --- .--- -- --- -
later found out that chapel seats are free. portion of the FEC Railway's overseas railroad. broke a rib in Miami while work-;I 'with Jpdge Lake Jones presiding. I

Train service to Key West was halted and opera- ing out this week, will be Sid All of the defendants were charged .. '. -- .. . .
Barrett who makes his debut at with violations of the prohibition -
John Adamson of Montreal has notified I
tion of the Overseas Ferries between Key West
the Athletic Club tonight, and act and pleaded guilty. In I
the authorities that he no longer needs and Havana was ended.It will mixup with Baby Reyes. Fans each case the nominal fine of I

relief. After shooting craps with his relief became necessary for the railroad and ferry are of the opinion that Barrett $25 was imposed.
for two weeks he has the edge on Reyes although I I
money won $3,000 company to find another terminal port in order
there are a number of the locallad's Work of constructing the Hotel
and will now go into business for him- that ferry service to Cuba might continue. Two adherents who believes
La Concha, Key West's new and HOUSEHOLD GOODS
self. ports offered, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. Reyes will be victorious.Out I magnificent hostelry, is progressing

Miami made a determined effort to land this rapidly and indications are
An exhibition of drawings by Thomas of the many manuscripts. that the structure will be completed -
important connection. The :Miami City Commis- submitted in the contest put on I'
and in readiness long be-
Nast recently recalled the genius of that sion and Miami business interests' conferred with by the Poultry Supply Companyof I, fore the opening of the winter OF QUALITY

greatest of all political cartoonists. Bornin railroad officials, offered "anything necessary" to Key West the one declaredthe season. II I

Germany in 1840, Nast tame to America best and most concise 'was ---- I
bring the overseas ferries into that port. that of Miss Marie Louise Cap-
when he was G; began cartooning for Les- t' Editorial comment: Loved by I
But Port selected because who Key
Everglades was pick composition on hated by others ignored by,I
lie's at $4 week when he 15. He to some
a was :West. was the judges
Port Everglades offered far more advantages-the none is a good newspaper'motto.: "
origir.ated.the well-known ii;u--es of Uncle bey sot only a comprehensives I A Cordial Invitation Is Extended To Housewives To Visit
deepest harbor between Norfolk and New Orleans, but was beautifully I
s Weft}
Sam the Tammany Tigc lie Republican .
rail connections, dockage facilities all that was and instructive written.I ; Our.Store. And Look Over The Assortment Of QUALITY
elephant and the Democratic donkey.Mrs. needed. The manuscript i is to be printedin I Today's Horoscppej

foM sent out in "::.. ? .. ?I HOUSEHOLD GOODS On Display There. : :.
; .
Bessie Smolen of Chicago has Miami, naturally, felt keenly the loss of so letters from the company.' ..i...y...... *o 0 S : : o'J

rich a connection which means hundreds of thousands -r-- !, Today gives a myij tkatis prut i I I
suspicions that her husband is a fcjr-
is occupiedin dent and full of resource. There
Circuit court today :
of tons of freight flowing through the harbor t
flusher. Two years ago he left home the habeus corpus ;proceedings appears to be surrounding condi-

ing he was going o\ .r Niagara Falls annually. being brought by Walter Mark.: lions that may lead to trouble,J'
barrel], and Mrs.\ Smolen has been S8Y-1 Key West, too, felt keenly this loss, and quite who is resist'ng an effort to ex-, and they are so hidden that it MOPS AND BROOMSKITCHEN \ GARBAGE. CANS
natural "
tradite him to Kentucky. The .may require all pru-
ing the papers ever since for news of his I relator is represented by B. A. dence to overcome them. The dan f I .
she ; Efforts were launched immediately by Key State Attorney Arthur ger of today lies in bringing out :
fiat, but in vain. Now is tired of waiting Riley. \V1WATER COOLERS
divorce. West, as was natural to bring 'whatever pressure Gomez represents the state. i traits that will not tend to the j
and wants
a '
possible to reestablish the rail line and the high- I higher faculties though they mayprotect .
At the regular meeting of city( the native from injury. -
Pathfinder's Definitions of a hick way. Aid of members of Congress was enlisted, CLOTHES BASKETS GARDEN TOOLS
----- ,
town : When the sewing circle is still the the Cuban government was asked to raise its voice ---
grand jury. Where the gossips: get ex 'I' and other communities were invited to step in and I -

cited when a widower haves on Wednesday take a hand. IRONING BOARDS

Where the natives are deferential to I And big-hearted Miami, having failed to be I DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY I

the college boy home for tLo holidays. named the terminal port for this ferry service, I

I stepped in and took a hand. The Miami Chamber WHERE IT CAN HELP CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE

Football most amaz'ng touchdown I of Commerce adopted a resolution pointing out the

record for a single] game was made by I r need for rail service into Key West and, as Miami's YOUR TOWN I

"Red" Grange, playing for Illinois against civic body, went on record as urging reestablishment I ALL KINDS OF DISHES AND GLASSWARE.
I -
Michigan in 19"_-I. He handled the ball.I of the rail line. I' je' 1-:: : -,., .

only fire times" but made five touchdowns, That, of coarse was after Miami had failed in I !J : .' ,J.
All l Modern Banking Facilities Dinner Sets $1.00 and Up' :
four in the first quarter j nd the other in its effort to "land the ferry terminal. .<

the fourth. His runs were 03: 67, 56, 45, 'I Big, big-hearted Miami! Commercial! and Savings AccountsThe i ii : ....... ,

and 15 yards, respectively.
I .
Thomas Reilly, payroll for The automobile has killed more people -
messenger I First National Ba*.oi Key West j
a Chicago factory, promptly turned over a I'' in the Unitel I States than warfare and I I

heavy bag to bandits who held him up, and yet there is no league of safety on the

was allowed to go on his '.vay. Arriving at t highways. Member of the 'Federal Reserve ;! South jFkdda Contracting Engineering Co.

the factory he took anot. .r sick contain-

ing the payroll money from under the car i i[ While more than thirty-four acci- Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance f I 'ffccce 558 White pad Efaa i Streets

seat The robbers had been given a bag of i I dental deaths occur in the home tachI *!Your.home is worthy of the best"IAGj'1'W'O

iron washers which Rally had long cirried I I r. one should not leave home on that ac- Corporation ::- .I
for use in such an emergency. count. There still is no place like home. J -- I I

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-- -- [ I Celery grows wild in Englandby
I HIGH COURAGE CLASSIFIED fl'.4T.I.I.I'I".I'11'1 the sides of ditches and in
marshy places.
u_ Jeanne Bowman ./., I I
___b1: .
."1 ...-.. COLUMN
I Subscribe to The Citizen-20
Jka sropslS* maaa4 :to 4aw.*vrvtve f'*.......", ".. joins along." she announced I SPORTSACEVEDO ..!!..!.......!......I, If yon do not receive your i I I weekly.

di-Mtk of her5.erent-reth: the Advertisements paper by 6:15 o'clock in the
ok.r nmrf, Rob Crocker Hob i of the girl assured under this I
.IC.Fnrwteortb" aettltwe rnnnfriei Mm trontJ, end lave t. fk i .you will be inserted in The Citizen at afternoon, call telephone SId MONROE THEATERClark

a!"n.<, ken r,.. Portion/I, home, atti'lfd the rate of Ic .. will be
trCTk a kvpocritlr on earth could Ansel Kel- a word for each insertion a paper a..t to Gable-Jean Harlow,
tin forrotcinir rrattrca. 7'ke to tell her that must be -- -- -- -- but the minimum for the your home A complaint boy Wallace Been tn
Finau-.rtk ferrantt hart fwst Jenamlfd
to ari ken: aka sake her at once and before she 1- ----- --- --_.- first insertion! in every instance is .is on duty at this office from CHINA SEAS
l-gkllf tf it U """ "Jr. Rob. member of
or any
26c. I Matinee: Balcony, lOej Orca._
ll,? 6:15 to 7115 p. m. for Lb.purpose
STARSVCrOIUOus DATA ONSOCIAL DIAMONDBALL Payment for classified advertisements tra; 15-20i Nights 15-2Se
of delivering corn-
Cbapter Nine wheeled Into the curb-"Walt
is invariably in advance,
BCD"( BLOW' moment, Bameshe said. { IN but regular advertisers with ledger plaiaU. Help .a giv. you 100
: nt to and LEAGUE '
ran np see Judge
GAMEJONIGHT accounts have their advertise percent ervice by caliag 51
"TT is that.- declared Maggie If a policeman comes along may Protect your Property-
tag, smile, Harney. smile." ments charged. if yon do not receive The Citi Re-Roof
mutiny agin thlm there Now/
GAMESUNDAYWINNERS Advertisers should give their: ) .
below stair Ira Just one word left the woman sputtering. (By JOVE) BAKERS WILL MEET BAR-B-Q street address as well as their telephone

wantin and HI run 'em,oat." {into the building and as the In the Social League the follow- number if they desire re
shot up Its shaft her appre OUTFIT AT BAYVIEW
Td consider It a privilege mounted with It. I PUT OVER FIVE ing games have been played so sults.With

Anne If yon would allow me Judge her. I' far: PARK each classified advertise-I aaq- .
was awaiting
RUNS IN INITIAL INNING; ment The Citizen will
suggest their rooms are needed early for his office help to Sept. 26-High School 3, Bay LEGALSi
Autostrop; Razor Outfit. Ask for
friends." broke In Buttons. so he conducted her to an FINAL SCOR/: OF CONTEST view Park 3.Oct. it.

"You can't any of you do room. Administration 4 (By JOVE) % THE cor\TV jtncirs COURT F f
> ne." be began seriously, "you WAS II TO 3 ,' The Baker ten of the Senior 1\. AMI FOB >IO>KOK C"ot->T1,
Mrs. Hartley interposed 5. MALE HELP WANTED ..0Rln.'.
Luke and Lucinda on that Lighthouse League and the Bar-B-Q's will In re.: The Estate of AND when you re-roof,

"therrestalq for good and weren't yon? Do you hap Oct. 14-High School. cross bats tonight/ at Bayview INVESTIGATORS WANTED to RICHARD rEACON XA. be sure that you buy
:Mrs. Lee Farnsworth Just fired know, what caused them to try (By JOVE) 13// claims Dereased.
Lighthouse for insurance
Park,in a regular league qualify NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR the material which will insure
for talking back to her." back here? game.
The Acevedo
Stars defeated the Oct 15-Bayview Park work and represent national FINAL D1SCARQE best
I donX" she answered. "Dae The two clubs are in the cellar. Notice m hereby given that the the appearanceand
Anne sat before the four who
Deaq Stars yesterday afternoon bureau in time. Exper-
School 3. spare
High underpinned administrator rum testament You
served her parents so faithfully. over the cannery buy score, The outfit which wins tonight will longest wear. can
Must be .
at the Oct. 16-Administration 9, ience unnecessary. re- ann.-x<> d boms non. Wil1
Field the
Navy by
fish .
traps. In preference to do choosing Carey
so by
I felt Incapable of handling this on the 2nd day of April 1'34. present -
ahead of the liable with educa
of 11-3. High School 6.Oct. go up one game men average
but I don't think that was to the Honorable Hugh Gunn
tion. She Rob. Shingles Roll Roofings
must talk to or
he could reason with Aunt told Uncle Lee and the others The Dean boys scored one run I 17-Bayview Park 6, High losers. tion. Name two character ref, County Judge, in and for' Monroe
UNIVERSAL CLAIMS ; County Florida a final report in for these high quality products
who seemed to like him wanted the fishermen given in the first half of the opening School 12. The Bakers will show their full erences. Ii the above estate, all vouchers!, and
However that Oct. Lighthouse 4 Admin- BUREAU, 1145 Polk St., San will ak for the approval of same are the result of 60
well. But by: what authority did inning on two singles and an out- strength tonight in order, to pullout
Francisco Calif. nov4-ltx and for a final discharge, a* administrator of
settled before left. experience.
dismiss Mrs. KarneyT he Why field fly.However. istration 11. years
in the
as aforesaid estate -
of last and leave the
"Please be patient" she ask?" the Acevedo Stars Oct. 19-Bayview Park 2, Administration position of Richard Pcacon deceased. Well save you money on
Luke telephoned me came right back and five 3-nine innings. Sandwich ten there alone.; WANTED Dated at Key West, Florida, this exactly the right roof for
them. "I'm going out for a few put over I 30th day of September, A. D. IMS.
ments. When I come back well distance from the cannery tallies off Fisher in their' hatf- Oct. 21-Lighthouse 2, High On the other hand the Bar-B-Q WANTED-Girl's second hand T. E. J. ROBERTS.Admlab.trator your needs-let's talk it
l1vethlrty'that afternoon. Be
things over. Harney. I don't more than enough to win'the School 4. boys say about the same thingas : as aforesaid.septa .
he wanted me to meet him bicycle in good condition. Apply !; oct1-U-1-n; 4-ll-18-25 over.
what to say, but don't leave game. Three walks three hits Oct. 22-Bayview Park 9, the SOUTH FLORIDA
house: said he wanted me to Dough boys. They want to The Citizen office. ,
house until I return. Buttons and three errors produced the Lighthouse 9.
a new will. climb, too, and will be out there nov2-tf SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT CONTRACTING A
have Carl drive Ad-
yon my car to runs. Oct. 23-High School 10,
serrants' entrance and fighting as hard as. possible. I -- ENGINEERING CO.
: NEW will?" repeated Anne The Acevedo boys! scored three ministration 6. FOR RENT
want the coat to this the black Batteries will be Ward and' M.
I more in the thrid frame and one Oct. Administration 5,
and suppose that Acevedo for the Bakers and I
you'd better bring my silver have explained the trouble." each in the sixth seventh and Lighthouse 4. FURNISHED APARTMENT, new-j Two Permanents Cl'5 ft ft I
throw. Blondy Roberts and Woodson forth
hasn't." Kellogg said bluntly. eighth frames. Oct. 25-Administration 4, ly renovated. Modern conven- '; for ,

Maggie and Buttons left the It He forced himself to The losers put over two more in I Bayview Park 2. oppositin.The iences. 529 Simonton street. Better Wave, $5.00 and up
but Mrs. Harney remained. ". some attorney down there the third canto. Oct. 28-High School 2, Bay game will get under way MRS. MILLER ;
see these bills? All made out to at 7:30 o'clock sharp.LEADING oct296te
country had prepared the At bat, for the Acevedo Stars. view Park 5. e 407 South Street Phone 574-. II
for things those people hare and he'd signed It. and If he Bethel hit two singles: in two Oct. 29-Lighthouse 4, Bay- NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT '

They their even floral had pieces the to nerve you to. telephoned me of his Inten, tries; Cates and Hale hit three I view Park 3. SENIOR I with garage. Apply 827 | -- -

you're not going to pay them.I rd had be affected willing to his swear brain.that ac safely in four chances, and for Oct. 30-Lighthouse 2, High -- Duval street. oet191 t

you've been the Dean clan, A. McIntosh and School 1.
using five
,girl,he's done the queerest I Oct. 31 Park 5 Administration LEAGUE HITTERS FOR SALE-
your father gave you for your IIe's cut off from Mounts hit two in four times up. -Bayview ,
day." you every In the field. E. Smith handled 12.

"Harney.rd sooner pay them with dollars only an a month.allowance" of one 10 chances without an error for Nov. Lighthouse 9, Admin. f PERSONAL CARDS The-100 Artman printed Extra Copies of The CitizenCONTAINING

fight about It.As soon as the looked at Judge Kellogg In the Dean boys and Suarez and istration 8. (By JOVE) cards, $1.25. auz11

settled 111 have plenty. You and then she thought ot Mounts also played a good game. Leading hitters in the Senior Press

can't draw on any of Dad's If he had done that, he For the winners, Carbonell had a League standing: Diamondball League follow: I

until then.", some underlying reason great day around the middle bag Club- W. L. Pet. Player- AB R. H. Ave. == THEQUALIFIED

"If you can draw on It then furrowed, she tried to see this and handled eight chances without Administration --.? 6 3 .667 Albury u__..__., 212 1.000 OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two '

clared the housekeeper gloomily. a miscue. High School ._._ 4 4 .500 Tynes ....___..'_..., 101 1.000 bundles for 5e. The Citizen Of I'

"What do you mean?" my regular allowance" Bethel struck out six. Fisher Lighthouse __ 4 4 .500 Jones ..._.._..,.._ 5 1 4 .800 fice. octlB

Anne, alarmed at her manner. then brightened. issued six bases on balls. Bayview Park _._ 2 5 .285 GoehrinK ._000__....... 524 .800 LISTThe
what's ?" Judge Kellogg.You see I'm en Score by Innings: R. H. E. == !
me. wrong Bethel ..__.._..._ 302 .667
to Rob Crocker we're to be
"1')1) tell you what I've heard Dean Stars- Pitcher's record: P. Carbonell m"-___ 835 .625
for the first time In my life next month.Rob has always 102 000 000- 376 Pitcher o W. L. Pct. Kerr ___..__ 835 .625 PRINTING-Quality; Printing at
wished I u
eavesdropped aplenty. Tom were poor so we Acevedo Stars- J. ___ 3 0 1.000T. the Lowest Prices. The Art-[I
build our future together Lopez Stanley _:.._._ 503 .600 AT
folks hare sent for their 503 001 llx-11 14 71 Roberts ___ 1 0 man Press. ug7
what Dad was trying to do 1.0001 Sterling/ ..._....._.. 633 .600 !
That's why Tom's away; but ns a chance to grow to Batteries: Fisher and O. Mcln E.. Roberts _.._ 6 3 .667 M. Griffin ...__. 402 .500

and Charlotte are arguing as he and mother did." tosh; Bethel M. Griffin and C, Stickney .000_*... 1 1 ..500F. 1 A. Acevedo ."_''' 412 .500 TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 Citizen
which floor they're to have for Griffin. .__..... 2 2 .500 sheets, 75e. The Artman Press 1 1aug1 i
Anne, he left your home tr C'I Stiekncy .000 I C. Garcia _......_000 713 .425 Office
own. So I imagine the Lee re'I'm Mabel and their families.' Elwood ..-....,..-.-.. 1 4 .200 !

worths are staying on. too. all right. Rob and I han B. Pinder ..._..__.. 1 4 .200 I MARRIES SEVEN TIMES
"Miss Sharlee put In a bid for, of our own. He knew I B. Demerit .. *- 0 1 .000
suite and when her father spoke want the big house, and ht ==: I VALPARAISO. Ind.--Mrs. William Artman Press. aug?

sharp for him and told her you of course that I could live 01 ABC OUTFIT TODAY Leading hitters up to and including -; Knoll of this city said that 5c
to have that for your own. Lee and Aunt Mabel nn" WANTED a copy'
of November 1
she says She won't stay here marriage." game : f'when she got her seventh decree, -
she finds out.*" much Player- AB R. II. Ave. now pending she; was through WANTED-A dhance to bid on

money have yon? Soldano ..._.._11I 7 .636 with William Knoll whom she has ;your next printin order. The
"Finds out what? questioned asked abruptly. (By JOVE) ,
J. Roberts ____30 10 19 .633 married seven times and divorced Artman Press. aug7
girL two thousand. I guess" In the Social League the High . .
Roberts __..__ 5 1 3 '
'. R. .6001 i :six times. .
the five thousand Luke
"I don't know but at that i School will play the Bayview -- -- ----
J. Lopez ..____ .16 9 9 .562
in her on your twenty-first birth Park afternoon at )
says good-natured this beginning
way I' I Ward ..._......_____ 6 2 3 .500 \\xw..iiw,
let the child have It until) she 4 o'clock. \
ries.' been paying household bill. A. Roberts ..._,_. 211 .500 '
And then
Sharlee says if outfit will I
marries.:" You know.I couldn't draw I The Lighthouse meet//\ Rosam ....._..........- 201 .500 \ SPEND 4% BIGMoSG DODGE 1
: the Park tomorrow. i
estate money and there wa boys \ Wickers ..._._...,,_..26 711 .423 !
the School
was frankly and those other things Wednesday High I M. Lopez ...........27 9 12 ..444.J. YOURIVACATWN
ANNE Administration
i will bats with
Imagine what they trembled. only mad< i cross the Navarro ......_..26 7 12 .461 !;

Perhaps father left them the payments there then with al Matthews .._._...24 4 11 .41Z ,; 1 1THIS
knowing I'd be moving into my living at the house, th. The FERA aggregation and Thompson ...J.._ 502 .400 :

soon." run." i Park roftballers will tackle each !I; John Cates ..........20 3 8 .400 :r: YEAR IN =

"It's something deeper than you mean to tell me that the> I other Thursday. Johnson ...,._.._...15 6 6 .400 i

something about a disgrace." you pay things like that* Friday Lighthouse and the High Stanley ................18 9 7 .388 FLORIDA !t

"But: what the judge. i School teams will play. I B. Demeritt ...._...21 4 8 ..380.J. -
possible disgrace
looked in \
surprise.ayes. -
1 be InYou?" ,up and added, I..o.......!.!.! Carbon ........ 823 .3751 yourHEMJH
Goss ..m.m' ......_26 4 9 .346 |
couldn't be In thought I did, that
any .as
the housekeeper defended draw from the estate." I POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS i WoodsoH '................22 4 8 .363 i /II"'I I\ \\1\\ 4 o (

"We've all of us known you from did not!" Judge KeUogj I . ;.-- ----. ,
I -
day your mother came home "Tom Farley's known a)

the hospital, all pale and He reached the doctor's offio .

and proud with you In" her to listen to part of the ne. .
Never once. Miss .Anne hare CITY ELECTION, NOVEMBER, _
been guilty of even an ." at the tnention of Ton 12, 1935 I _
"Harney." Anne mused after name Anne shndderei. I..e.e.S i CC C.............. ; "likeACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS i

ins her gratitude. "I believe I'm what's so so queer abon For Mayor
Ins to know what this U all don't you know any of th
shortly A friend of Dad's you call them?" I I5e

a few moments ago and I'm going provisions? 1 don't knoll For Mayor 'i t'' '111 ''>v t
see him now. the judge admitted. "Most
"If It is something unpleasant are to be kept seen WM. H. MALONE -- s bNt i

are to hear. I will go!: weeth you." years. The estate Is to b For Reelection I II

nounced Yvonne, appearing: on as an estate for tha ,.
Anne's wraps. of time and then it Is to b For Councilman -
"Xo." countered :Mrs Harney. among the kinfolk." I I DR. ARMANDO COBO I! ::1 /
so. then if Miss Aune faints I '. hidden smile burst oo r
tend to her. She'd knock you a daughter kin?" she in I

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Anne looked at Mrs. Harney's old man looked down at he, .
and Yvonne's slim prettiness with tenderness an I 1! /
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smiled. "That's nice of you both: I j the cruelty of the messa I For Councilman 1 1t ; I II .t

I never faint and I'd better face t : ; forced to deliver. 1 CLIFFORD G. HICKS f. t II I
alone. I Anne. he answered softl I j r I # K. "!.ercl
Mrs. Harney left but when are kin. But you are no i 0
dressed in street clothes of Luke and Lucinda: For Councilman .

down the back stairway to her ] 1I3S. ty Jeanne Bowtan MARCOS A. MESA, SR. i t fir 1 1r Built to Survive Thrilling Safety Tests economy of operation. See this magnificent car today.Drive .
her father's gift to her at it. And remember Dodg.cons only a few doDars

she found Mrs. Harney settled in predicament becomes For CouncilmanJIM I America's Big Money-having more than the lowest-priced cars.
car a look of defiance on her face.Today ROBERTS DODGE
desperate tomorrow. Car. -
."Beauty Winner" of 1936. .
kept in our all metal ICE i Diriiion. cf Chr; .l.r Corpora flea

S..................... New York Ia" For J. City B. SULLIVAN Councilman REFRIGERATORS are' as cool, fresh and t FAMOUS,for., Dodge safety,leads dependabtll'tyandr.cotd-breaking the 1936 fashion parade with e-L n_ D'OD $ *
elected Texas governor healthful as if they were frozen in a cake pf beauty ao breath-Ukmg it is provoking enthusiastic )fOm.s.\\1\G GE 640

In governor. I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand I P'l'JWber.Irom: those who ioow..
I For Police Justice 'The best looking car Dodge ever built," noted BIG. HEW UONBY-SAY1HO DODGE: Compo. t.*O.fmoibl .
; j absolutely airtight. *&**t Comp ff S. tomrnf S.dr
e..e.e............. -Lord Kylsant of England CARO I auto editors and fashion authorities tmaounoosly agree. S3-don,won halt,. teat) also,4-door SWM 973*. Tw,
T. S. \,' But Dodge gives you more than beauty. gives JOG fed Swim ((4-door _ft bmJSr-n trunk) $760. Ltt pno..f
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$ $35.00 everything you should demand of a motor ear..a ndethat ont b# ro :b.ebs.f adee. .o.mdDeal
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rout.'.'l by the-Indians in Ohio. i!' -One kidnaper at Kansas I I MYRTLAND' CAT 4 } EASY TERMS-On-DiSplay 10 DAYS At-FREE TRIAL driving control and, above--' all.. Dodge's amazing: matt to-Ot-fomr- trmdfvt..--

1842-Abraham Lincoln Mo., and four at Paterson I For Captain of Police '

Springfield married Mary I1L,Todd lawyer, 23,,aged of sent to prison. ALBERTO CAMERO Thompson Ice Inc. I NAVARRO, Inc.

ington, Ky.1924Calvin. Akobo. Pibor and Baro Company,
For Captain of Police
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:-: SOCIETY :-: DISPLAYED CARRY ...................*... ................. ....... TO MEETTONIGHTELECTION to get ten nickel hamburgers home No matter how many medicines I
you have tried for your cough: chest
B. F. Sasnett. second assistant Robert M.\ Baker former Key
................................................. ADDED FEATURES keeper at American Shoals light i' Wester, arrived on the morning ,before this they city, got sped cold through, John Davisof get cold relief or with can

!house, arrived yesterday for his!I i plane and after a few hours with a atop Serious trouble may be brewing and
Baptist Units Put On ManyEntertainments I quarterly vacation with his relatives, left in the afternoon. OF OFFICERS WILL i I sign and was fined $3 you with cannot:anything afford less to than take Creoxnul-a chance

In OctoberThe family. > I BE HELD DURING Lion which goes right to the seat
NEW MASTER DE LUX AND Miss Abna Whitmarsb, who was I The Indian chameleon has a of the trouble to aid nature to
SESSION soothe and heal the
I STANDARDS SHOW MANY Mr. and M& Raymond Lyle spending about two months with telescopic tongue with which it as the germ-laden inflamed phlegm membranes

W':st have soon with a competent woman and left over the highway yesterday relatives in Jacksonville, returnedon I --- I i can catch insects six inches dis- Is loosened and expelled.
Baptists ADVANCES IN STYLING AND vacation of two the tant. Even if other remedies have
in charge, it is pointed out. morning for a morning plane yesterday 1
Lad a happy month of activity helper weeks with relatives in artow. Election: of officers will take fallerL: & "..h dt>Goulaged. your
The W. M. U. had a dinner on ENGINEERING i druggist Is authorized to guarantee
'during October, it is shown. the lawn of the church: Tuesday Carl W.. Rom, senior radio electrician -1 place tonight when the Key West Subscribe: to The Citizen-20c Creomulsion and to refund your

The Woman's Missionary Union evening of last week, to which Mr.\ and Mrs. J. H. Sealey l lift for the lighthouse department 'I Hospitality League holds its annual -: weekly. money results if from you are not satisfied with
had their yearly election"u=f offi1 they invited their husbands. cllev-1 via highway yesterday morning? "returned by plane* yesterday -"*I meeting in the Hospitality! Get Creomulsion right very now. (bottle Adv.)
DETROIT, Nov. 4.-The for the home at Chipley, Florida, 1{ ed for which will be served at the
cers in late September. An im Last Wednesday, from 5 to p. from an inspection trip to: House. The meeting is to start
candle installationwas m., the Junior B. Y. P. U. held allallowe'en rolet Motor Company today announced and returning in about two weeks various points on the coast. I completion of the business meetI The first colony in Central
at 8 o'clock.Besides .
pressive held on the evening'of Octo- Supper followed by that, effective with the will be accompanied by Mrs. Sea- I'I election of officers.J I ing. AH members of the Jeaguf Srrerica was founded by* Colum-
I I introduction of its new passenger !ley's mother. I hare been urged to attend the bus in 1502 in Costa Rica wherehe
ber 6 with Mrs. G. N. Goshornin games. several
E. P. Johnson, first assistant matters considered very I
session.: left his brother Bartholemew.For .
for the Thursday, the Senior B. Y. P. car models, prices of three of its -
the President's chair left over: keeper at Sombrero Lighthouse,'important:: to the future of the
U. enjoyed an1 entire evening of six Master de luxe models will be Mrs. J. W. Ludlam I
year 3536.October I i i I has arrived Key West to league and its activities, are to
spendhis For
jn Clerk
City City
the for Miami\
has been State Mission:!:! fun on the lawn. Almost all were reduced below the levels of the highway yesterday be brought at tonight's meet-I
month and all programs have had in costumes and some were 1935 prices the other prices in. where she will be tin guest of'a I quarterly vacation. I I ing. up HENRY F. SAUNDERS -McINNIS

this as their theme. Programs "screams" but the witch, most I this line remaining unchanged.I niece Miss Monaca Fort and will Refreshments have been
have been numerous and varied, appropriately dressed, and the Master de luxe models will be remain in Miami until joined by:I I Mrs. C. R. Sheppard and arrang- I

closing with a special one in the young lady declared the most i I available with either conventional I MJ-\ Ludlam who will leave .in ter left yesterday-for'Dade ciaugh-I

Sunday School Sunday before daintly dressed, won the prizes ofa spring suspension or with knee about two weeks. Fla, and will be joined by!Quick Relief for WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND

. last. An orchestra and a junior dressed stick of candyquitecute JI I action at slight additional cost. I Mr. Sheppard who will be absentabout
Local Committee for
choir are adding interest to these : it is said. Hot hamburgers, I Prices for the new line of Chevrolet -I Fred Knight, son of Mrs.\ two weeks and return with Key West

Sunday School services, it is said. rolls pickles: coffee: and apples I Standard models, which introduce Katherine Eldridge of Grinnell. the family.

An all-day program and luncheon were the seasonable refreshments i fine car completeness: and I J street, left by plane for Miami I Chills and Feverand I Date............-..............._...._._._..............--...

was a feature of the W. M. U. served. i luxury to the lowest-priced field!)yesterday en route to New York i I Mrs. Ann Ott was an arrival

early in the month. Friday night was Intermediate i range from $495 for the coupe to where he has accepted a position.Mrs. .: over the highway yesterday and Other Effects of TO THE EDITOR:

Two socials are outstandingone night. The Inter. B. Y. P. U.. I $600 for the sport sedan. Chevrolet -f I Ifs the guest of her mother, Mrs.\ I

of the T. E. L. class, teacher, the Inter. Girls Aux. to W. M.\ U., for the first time offers a Everett R. Rivas and son,.I Jennie B DeBoer at the home, 203', Malaria Wishing to have .a part in perpetuating the

Mrs. Harvey Eagan, with Mrs. and the Inter. of the S. S., were sport sedan and a town sedan in Everett, jr., who were spending' a Fleming street. I Don't put up with the suffering of I memory of one of our most beloved and useful
Wesley Archer as hostess; and an- entertained by Mrs. Maurice Wil- the standard line. Like the :Master -I_vacation; |i ,Tampa with relatives, -- :Malaria-the teeth-chattering: chills and
other of the Fidelis Class Mrs. liams and Mrs. Jas. Day. The I de luxe Chevrolets, the new returned<< on the Cuba this morttAT'FJ the burning fever.Get rid of Malaria by I citizens. I enclose herewith my contribution of
all .i 1.111 I.t I CHARUS'SMS"GOESTO; getting the infection out of your system.
Ruth :Minor! teacher and hostess.! church: lawn has been decorated i standards have perfected 'liydran-j i mg. : I That's what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic: the Will Rogers MemorialFund. \
The immediate project of this week with lanterns and other lie brakes and solid steel turret j i __ does-destroys and drives out the infec

class! is the establishing of a nur- decorative articles,. Cortests and i top Fisher bodies. They, are of 4 yala, sales manager tt MIAMI tion.At the same time,it builds up your I unlerstand that this gift will be added to

sery in which mothers attending story-telling: games and refresh-I i longer wheelbase than the ,1035;! the r IK fey*West Electric Company,i I system against further attack.Grove' 'others from Key West and will go without any
School and church: maysafely ments! made 10 o'clock standard' series, and there is a I ,Tasteless Chill Tonic contains
Sunday '' >.wjjp fat sp p4iiig a two weeks tasteless quinine which kills the infection I deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to betexpended
babies. This is too soon, when the happy young I full line of models available. i 1 r ,
leave their [ vrfCa: art iitf Tajifya, returned. onthismorning. Charles S>wds; e\ JCQye l'\tte1 I in the blood.If also contains iron which
assured and will be in operation folk trooped home. I Prices of the two lines area!thcf> ott. i .; F. E. C. RailwayeTtTbr Miami I builds up the blood and helps it overcome also without any deduction, as the Memorial
follows: 1, : 4 .1' the effects of Malaria as wen as fortify
-- Master de luxe-Coach, $580;I Saturday morning over the Over against re-infection.These are the effects<< I I Committee may determine.
J. 111 r. Varela, jr., returned where he been]
Junior Club To sedan, $640; town sedan $605; on sea Highway ; has you want for COMPLETE relief.Grove'sTasteless

Announcement sport sedan, $665; business coupe,j; the Cuba this morning from -
for children.No -- -- --
Marriage/ Meet On Friday stay of about two weeks in Tampa. Mr. Sands in a short time.Mr. and absolutely safe, even
$560 sport" coupe: $590. .
; of Get a bottle
j bitter taste quinine.
'with relatives and friends. I Sands for t
Standard-Coach, $510; coupe: I was many years today and be forearmed against Malaria. Address _m__...
A wedding announcement of interest There will be a meeting of the l $495; sedan, $575; town sedan.I I scoutmaster of Troop No. 1, Boy For sale at an drug stores.Now two sizes i '' I.
i I
M.\ E. Gilfond, director of WPA Scouts of America, of this city. -SOc and $1. The $1 size: contains V/
to many Key Westers is''Junior Woman's Club held on Friday $535; sport sedan, $600; sedan'! I N3 .
His friends his departure the SOc sire and give .
regret times much a*
:i activities in Key West, who was many at
that of J. Anthony Russell, and| afternoon from 5 to 7 O'clock.1 delivery, $535. j from the city. I 2554 more for your money ;
Miss Helen Appleyard, which was'I according to announcement madel j jI First showing of the new mod-t visiting on business in Jackson r you I rI

solemnized 4 o'clock last Friday,,I today. els will be made with the opening j ville, returned by plane yesterday!I -.- -
of the automobile shows and in 'accompanied by Mrs.\ Gilfond who;
afternoon in St. Luke's Episcopal Hostesses on the occasion will '- ,
Church, Ft. Myers, Fla. Rev. F. be Mrs. Dan Louis, :Mrs. Wm. V. dealer salesrooms throughout the i was spending the summer in New:

A. Shore, officiating.Mr. I I Albury and :Miss Ida Kerr. country.: Officials of the com- York. If.

Russell is a former residentof pany declared that more than 60-, 4' .
000 of the 1936 models were built J. Gerry Curtis assistant>*1: I c:1:
Key West and a son of C. M.i i Myers and a granddaughter of the { wrro1V
Russell of this city. He at-!,I late General Thomas Jefferson and shipped up to the end of j director in Key West, who spelt '

tended St. Joseph's College and i,!I! Appleyard, for years a resident ofl j October. and that all the 10.000 ,the week-end in Miami, returned .

went through grammar school', Key West and one time owner of Chevrolet dealers have received. by plane yesterday. tRuth ,\;f ..

Trades before going to Ft. Myers.,'the Key West Inter Ocean. She is] new cars for display and deliv-I '
he attended school ery Production schedules Bryan Owen, United
There high a graduate of Ft. Myers High .
vember and December have been I States minister to Denmark ,;
and was graduated in 1930. He is;! School. arrived -
now connected with the Gulf Refining -|l I After the wedding Mr. and set at the highest figures for any.I by plane yesterday!! JTJBH
is member corresponding months in the his Miami and will spend a few. Jays
Company. lIe a |i i iMrs.\ Russell left on a motor trip
of the Lion Club and the DeMoIayj I Ito I Tallahassee and other points in tory of Chevrolet in Key West with friends.

Alumni. '''[Florida. Upon their return they __n _. ----

Miss' Appleyard is a daughter will make their home in Ft.
of Mrs. Della Appleyard of Ft. Myers.

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VIENNA :lot'. 4.1-.KUting

while driving: a carl usuallyhas
DENIES MOTION FOR consequence :

In the"'c..e ot a Vienna
banker, who returned from THENEWCHEVROLET

SUIT PROCEEDINGS one of the wine places near

Vienna with a blond companion -
the non-stop kissing

Circuit court met this morn- steered his car straight into FOR 1956
a lamp-posL The !girl lost
ing in recessed session to hear
four teeth.
arguments for the Okeechobee
When the case came to
Construction company: on motion court, the banker defended

for a new trial in the case of the himself by saying! that the

suit of George G. Parks againstthe girl! began the kissing and

company for $10,000 damages while she had him overpowered I ?

in which a jury last week awarded the accident occurred.The feel. THOMPSON FISH CO. Inc. 4e:0u4 4praAP.7

the plaintiff 2000. court seemed to ;
for the man; sentence -
After hearing the arguments, sorry poor I
Judge Jefferson B. Browne announced was suspended and the KEY WESTREGULAR .1 :' '
!girl who had meanwhile ) 10 UJI .r'F.. .
the motion was denied LG. ,..} }. .1'
and the bench allowed defense at- sued the banker for $3,000 ;,. -. '.
60 bill of damages, had to be satisfied AND FREIGHT S'ii'" .' J
torneys days to file a RELIABLE& 2
to ,., ,
with a new set teeth. c. .
exceptions for an appeal to the -- -- -- -- SERVICE BETWEEN ..__.--.---- 5 -
supreme court. .1'<< O.ALR ABVaRTIlOtp/r

Judge Browne then announced I Chi1dren'sos .l. .
adjournment for the term.

I a double action of I nw .nCT.D.D the Chevrolet Motor Company will NO DHATT VZVTTLATTOMON
The Abbai river or Blue Nile rM KEY WEST TOMORROW.
has its source near Mt. Denguizain e VSS i HYDRAULIC BBAKES urj of qualitj manufacture by preenting VZW .ODln.y ruan>

the Gojam highlands of Ethiopia -I t uaJaeks.asllle' in .....,Wv" _d..l ".., Chevrolet for 1936-the onfycomphte low-priced car. Mw ...,b, r/lt t.r ws net ie fi.....

.A preferLeaeUs -AND.. This new Chevrolet I is the only car that brings you all -"..,"'t.rtetwrr eir
.. I thee good things at lowest cost. The only lower-priced car
The painful bite of large centipedes ; Hotel" D
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with New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes. The only lower.IMPR0VED -
may on occasion endangerlife.
I THE SEMINOLE CLIDIKOXKIoVACTIOlf priced car with the Improved Gliding Knee-Action RideBIGU.cOMPBRIIIOK

;"'' I MIAMI .- The only lowa-prlad carwlth beautiful new Body by

It is unusually embarrassing to G4 BIDE Fisher nlTe bead solid VALVE-IN-HEAD E..DOI
.r; N -new high-compression engine-
hear someone make a wisecrackthat s"< paraj I nW/..'g"I'safe*ride W p1 steel Turret Top, and many other improvements which f1t8 .....M'a" -.a.. ....
isn't funny. It irritates our :'w: i s J fast f>S ...4..
tonsils to do an artificial laugh. \ Ir NishGe : :' give smarter smoother safer and more economical
iI '1 i y }h,t46Frb l y NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST S motoring.
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For : .
CouncilmanF. ,
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; .' See an ride inwonlycompL -priaJcor-tomorrow I
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F. HOFFMANFor ONTuesday NLI>Ih..-L ... ..... 'iSOCE>?Y00T _z>;.1'I..
City Clerk :-a lVlT V. P Cm.QUmJ '. lorn, M,. *prow a d ... ymarV rmfaaalOMw ...rM....... eulsv...4..,.,.

Jacksonville. FUrMa .silt. d...-.... ........ I- A.G 6 ftr owe tmw py****Jm AtCmtnl IOSMS MUWI*veer M t:l s '... we troN/.. .
WALLACE PINDER .. .Auwry; A MALL oeoet }__ .
GBIJTER.: Mmasrr
CHAS. B. ..
For ReElectionDon't 1
A human home-Ills Institution and Friday
where you will find y..r :
._..rt and eBtrrtalameat a mat 4:95 PSYCEit i .
be (fiN ter of great Importance.A I "--JnATU8ZS: AT CHEVHOLET'S LOW- ;; ..:

TormentedPALACE INjS( uteri fire.-..... fcnlWI-ic located 1 i MorningsWE AXD CF-Ltsf price _/N_StmutatJ Cwpe ml Flint.
by 1m the heart .f the city Micbi fan. With tamper, spare tot and tire lack, the
V11' follows the --o-- list price It S20 .-/. *Knte-Aclitm M Mailer
I-IJ Every Room with Combination Tub -L M.Jel only $20 mdittmaL Price ooofej in thauhxrluemct
11(1' i of and Shower Math Radio Electric FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ." < .,* litt ml Flml. MicIti.1I. and ntject

RUse I Ceiling Ventilation.Fan Comfortable Slat Door.for Bed Summer wit, i SERVICE J ,. change .uJ..I nonce.Meltzer .

Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction 1.f: .
r 1 and Individual Read-' F..
lug Lamps. I

8!. ;" Motor
Clark Gable-Loretta Young, 79! R__.. Private Bath _. ,:Z-* Company
!Ii. Rows. Private Bath 2-M I
Jack Oakie in N Roma Private Bath __ SJM; TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 '
24 R__.. Private Bath a.ieI. : .
jl Sample Rma, Private Bath 4. i __ I ,
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