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 6, 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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For Ajuociated 65 Years Service.Press Devoted Day'to Win theBest Utbc l{C.!' W cst

Interests of Key West ran e of only 14 Fahrenheit



Further Efforts Put Forth For SELASSIE NOW (Ruth; Bryan- Owen -Exceedingly DELAYED TANK Roosevelt Turns Spotlight On

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'Civil Service' In 'New Deal' ; FISH Treasury Discussing Issues

GUGSA IS RULER',(Delighted With Visit Here STARTED NORTHM. .

Would Bring Personnel Ruth Bryan Owen United which had arrived on the plane I AIRWAYS Considered To Be One Of

CESSION TO THRONE GIVEN :States Minister to Denmark paida Sunday and by boat Monday and LEAVE LAST SING| ON
Various Agencies Under i Most Outstanding Problems .
by Monday afternoon it
IN DISCUSSION OF ACTIVITIES courtesy call at The Citizen office was FERRY J. R. 'HROTT EN.

Classification In Activi a for rest and recreation. Dealing With Ad

TODAY ON PLANE this afternoon prior to leaving Yesterday morning Mrs. Owen ROUTiE TO CH.CACO; KEY WEST\ TODAYW.

tiesBy by plane this afternoon for addressed the High School As- ministrationBy

By. CEORG E. JORDAN Miami. sembly in the auditorium of the With the sailing of the Ferry
CRF A.-"t. Pr _) school. At 1 o'clock she was
Mrs. Owen, who is known: to J. R. Parrott 6:30 o'clock: last
HERBERT PLUMMER ROME, Nov. 6.Court intrigue guest of M. E. Gilfond WPA ad- CONNECTED HERBERT PLUMMER
(fly Am .rlmtr* Prcu) puppet rulers and untimely thousands of local folk as "KeyWest's ministrator on a trip of inspectionto evening, the tank car Nautilus of Mr Arawlalrd Prrw*

WASHINGTON. Nov 6. Reports OF MAKING TRIP TO TOR- deaths figure in an Italian ver- a number of projects now un- the Shedd Aquarium which has WEST ORGANIZATION CON- WASHINGTON NOT. 6V-Po

I sion of the succession to the Ethi- Adopted Daughter" and der way in Key West and in the been held in Key West since the
persist around the capital litical insiders here who keep their
which sits Em-
opian throne on who has said on a number of occasions afternoon was guest of honor at hurricane of September 2, start-
that the coming months will see peror Haile Selassie who once the Key West Woman's Club ears to the ground are convincedthat
Makonnen.The she was proud of that title ed on its journey homeward.The .
renewed efforts in and was Ras where she enjoyed a delightful I the position of the U. :S.
congress Herbert Kohler member of story was told by Dr. Pie- expressed herself as having enjoyed program of vocal numbers and Nautilus in charge of M W. T. Miller, superintendent of

high administration circles to tro Lecco: a functionary in the readings. V. "Doc" Mayer biologist with airways of the Bureau of Airways treasury Las and will continue to
the National Park Service, was visitt.Although
a most delightful
colonies and the phy-
bring the personnel of the many ministry of Today the distinguished visitor the aquqarium arrived: at Key Department of Commerce, be for some time now the problem
an arrival on the morning plane sician in whose rare the fatherof having but a brief spent great deal of her time West August 22 for. the regular
of the "new Haile jSelassie Gugsa aspirant with headquarters in Washington, in the mind of
emergency agencies Rast time in Florida from her official visiting and in the early afternoon uppermost

deaf under civil service. with the hope of being. aUe to to ,the\ ,Addis Ababa throne duties Mrs. Owen says she de- devoted herself to making preparations trip to secure specimens:; for the was a visitor in Key West today President Roosevelt.

died. cided to much of that tanks. Others in the party were and old friends.Mr. .
make the trip to Fort Jeffersonon spend as for the plane trip to meeting
There's even talk among insiders Its point is a claim that Ras time as possible in Key West I Miami this afternoon. Lee Ayers P. J.. Lally, O. G. Miller was at one time con- Singe the beginning of his administration

one of the vessels. of the Gugsa who has joined General among her many many dear Arriving at Miami she will Smith and AI Stitils.
that when "Big Jim" Farfovsteps II nected with the :Aeromarine Air it has been a matter
De ,IBo'n s' Italian troops in the I I friends, and that decision, she] spend! one day and intends leaving When the storm heraldedthe ,
oat as postmaster general to lighthouse department. Tigre .province, is the legitimateheir said, has been productive of a by plane Friday morning for was \ ways when southern headquartersof of common knowledge that while
I II l I
take personal direction of the He had a conference with Wm. : .,to the scepter held by Hafle great deal of happiness.Mrs. I I Washington D. C., where she will ; car had in the tanks about the organization was located in |, first William H. Woodin and then

Selassie. This is Dr. Lecco'sstory. I I Owen arrived Sunday by i he dinner guest "f President and 1500 specimens, more than CO Key West and planes of the line',
campaign to reelect President W. Demeritt, superintendent of I I Henry Morgenthau Jr.. held the
: plane and was met by a large Mrs. Roosevelt at the White species. and was ready to leave. I were operating between this city

Roosevelt he will be succeded bya lighthouses and was advised by I I II "King John whose Menelik death made in I I group of friends and admirers.t i House. The storm and accompanying destruction and Havana. j ji portfolio of secretary: of the treasury. .

I way for Emperor During the afternoon she met a Mrs. Owen intimated that : !. to transportation lines In his official Mr.I
man of no particular political Mr. Demeritt that there were: 1889 had two sons Ras raja I I number of other friends who were I I there are a number of matters made departure impossible until Miller is capacity in F. D. R. himself has been the
but the | company,
background and experience. Therehaye and Ras Mangascia: prim-.III unable to be at the airways landing : dear to the heart of Key Westers yesterday.Just with the "March of Time" actual I head.Insiders .
of the tenders available at 1 line is continued with group
none ogenital I upon her arrival. I which !she hopes to be able to dis- a short time before leaving II
which with
been hints that Ras Gugsa who comes ahead of making pictures to three
man point statements
a career : I -
this time as the Poinciana was on Most of Monday was spent with cuss with the president during yesterday Mr. Mayer told The sound accompaniment to be used I
i his cousin. Ras Sejum.
in the postal service may get the the west coast and the Ivy and Menelik Puts Heir Aside I a voluminous correspondence j: her stay in Washington. Citizen he had during his long as both entertainment and instruction The particular PraUwrt't: declaration -

I .--- enforced stay, managed. to save I in depicting: stories of hurricanes
flails ---- ---
i appointment.. "Ras Tafari's name is not I : that MB reform
the .ctively engagedin pro-
Poppy were : most 01 the collection ana was ana then cllects.

f There is legislation pending in I Selassie at all-he assumed that j ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR GALA :?lad to say that the tanks con- The of the writers technicians 1 gram JMW. "MMrtantially
making repairs to storm dam- to give him the air of legitimacy ,'I voyage completed";
tained specimens when
as as
which would give I many is the
congress now Iin the of his subjects. being sponsored by
ages on the east coast. II eyes they were ready to leave two I 2. His intimation that
the \Mhite House authority to "l\ nelik the first to United States Treasury Department -
was usurp
the servicewas I' CELEBRATION OF ARMISTICE DAY months ago. I I and is being made theI the government wilt seek no
t place these emergency agencies Only one vessel of I the throne profiting by the deathof on
In the tanks are a number of I Coast Guard Cutter Saranac. successor to NRA aDd no new
available it was pointed out King John on March 8, 1889.I .
under the merit system as soon as I small tarpon which on previous j Stores taken control over ........,
and this was one of the smaller I I I{ The resolute and astute Menelik Plans have been completed for by whistles indicating the time' were being on
practicable. It is estimated that visits he had been unable to se-! board the cutter this morning and 3. Ilki atatemem that the
I shoved aside the elder son of for the one-minute by all
power boats" and it was not con I celebration of pause cure. In the collection are ., next budget will ...* sharp
there are approximately 60 of John, legitimate heir to the throne, a gala here Monday in silent tribute to the preparations being made to leave a
adlnsable this, persons BeV-1 I
sidered to send j. eral rare specimens: of snooks reduction of "emergency"expenditures.
and follow in wake of the
them now functioning exciusive- I and had himself proclaimed "ne- Armistice of the nation
boat down:to Garden Key under Day which 17 years men women one electric ray which will .
ly of the old-line independent of- weather conitions. gus neghesti." or "king of i john i lost their lives in the "War tropical hurricane whjc is now
existing I ago brought joy to a war-tossed rarity in the Chicago aquarium as threatening sections;kf tht coaston No Accident
fices which long ago>> became integral Being unable to accomplish the kings. I for Democracy. no others of this species: have the Gulf of Mexicp J I
"Menelik was able to separateJohn's world. The American Legion The finish of that ntinute'a Informed circles.fc Washington,
parts...of he_ federal! estab- desired trip Mr. Kohler I al-1 I ever been in the tanks. eta .
r( two sons, sending Ras will bring to close the Duringhis West believe i.ddeDt that
a :
\ pause
return to "Jilami on the plane active for Mr. Mayer and his ,associatessay )
laying plans
lishment. ways in Mr. Miller conferred with R. M.
i i the Italians I these three statements emanated
Mangascia: against observation the
this afternoon and make the trip: I i more serious of they enjoyed their
Many Delays. to Tort Jefferson at some future | who routed his forces at Senafe I observation of that memorable I II ,|day and from then on events will in Key West immensely prolongedstay Graham, in charge of radio station, from the White! House within the

The task of bringing that many date. and drove him thoroughly beaten, (, move in rapid succession in a and but for the fact that of the Bureau of Airways at thehead ; apace of one month. They are tak-
is this with the ,
I day working
year of the island and discussed
under the civil service is from Baratieri.By I I lighter vein. I en 'to mean the President is convinced -
agencies were separated from their
all I defeating the Italian armyat recreation: section of the local I" An aquatic meet is to take lies and anxious fami-I matters relative to the increased f the whole future hirers
tremendous and beset by were
FLORIDA TO TAKE A'duwa in 1896 Menelik: ,, place starting shortly after 11 safety of the collection of activities at the station during the I on industrial recovery: and such
kinds of difficulties. The last re- 'I WPA, in arranging a full day's so-called hurricane period.
clinched his hold the statements made for the
t I : own on i o'clock: ; field sports will be staged would have been satisfied to remain i were pur-

pert of commission showed UP MIAMIHAVANARUN I Ethiopian throne. To King John's' program.. during the early part of the afternoon longer' in "this good old poseof reassuring: ba illeal1.

that 770,128 persons were required sons was left only Tigre province.i > will. take While the PrtsMJmt'assertion
I The ,first event next Monday! ; a baseball game town. i P.ATWELWILL J JI .
to man these alphabeticalgroups \ Man asda.r' ; beaten in a rebellion'I !'place later; boxing matches will -.. 't, that the 4d e4 foe next year is

and others which make up NEXT \WEEKP. 1 in 1809, died atv' Ankober. will be the Armistice;Da parade.j t, be offered during the early part S being pteparedwith a decline of

the executive branch. of the gov- 1 "There followed a period of Led by the drum and bugle corps I of the evening, and at 10 o'clock TWO STEAMERS I LEAVE ON PLANETO "emergency txpemUtert m

ernment.All 1 intrigues and bloody fights in I the Legion post will sponsor an'j jI I view, observer in W *hmirton

sorts of delays are encoun- I which Menelik gave no quarter. In of Arthur Sawyer. Post, American j I I Armistice Day Ball at the Haj COME TO PORTCUBA were-l qmck: to point to several
tered. A short while back, for example October, 1909 defeat of Araja's Legion, the procession will include -:j I bans-Madrid Club. CONSTRUCT RANGE LIGHT things which easily might upset

it was thought NRA and SERVICE TO AND troops definitely ended the opposition I The city should be ready for the financial apple cart.

AAA could come under the merit the crack drill team of the j i the day's celebration by Monday AT VIRGINIA KEY FOR For one thing there is the

system as quickly as legally pos- FROM KEY WEST ON NOVEMBER Tafari Supplants Queen I 1 for Friday under the auspices ARRIVED YESTERDAYAND
Key West Junior Patrol the fire LIGHTHOUSE DEPT. spectre of immediate payment of
sible. At the present however 14 "There followed Menelik to the I I the Legion post speakers will ap- FLORIDA CAME IN the veterans's bonus. This proposition -

despite the fact that NRA has throne a weakling grandson Lij department National Guardsmen'' pear in all the schools telling involving possible outlayof

made vast retrenchments in personnel r Yasu who was deposed and replaced Boy :Scouts and probably se.erall I I school children something of the THIS MORNING some two billion dollars rests
it still is far from being a by the Empress Zauditu. of Armistice Paul Atwell, carpenter foreman
significance Day
form. And AAA', although That the Steamship Florida will I floats and cars. I I I with the lighthouse department I squarely on the doorstep of the
permanent This empress was just a puppet and Sunday special services are to t".1 administration. The coming session -
discontinue service to and from ; ; booked for Miami the
President Roosevelt has is i maneuvered by Ras Tafari. who The line of march, as an- be held in the various churches of Steamship, Florida, of passage on of congress must dispose fit
said it is to be made a permanentpart Key West on November 14 had been named until i, plane leading this afternoon, to
; regent the Pastors
j city. are being requested and O. S. S. company arrived J one way or the other.
( nounced this will be
Has morning, I I
information which been received i construct light at Virginia
a range
of the government, until the !1928 I : when feeling himself politically ; to bring out emphatically I II from Miami thin.morning _itS''111|I' I Then, too, White House calculations -
the P. O.
its by officers of and from Greene and Whitehead i Key.
court decides on constitutionality military i '
firm and 'with -
supreme strong import
I the gravity as well as the ] first class passengers.and*ri acc- for the fiscal
coming year
: everything is hang- IS. S. company. j backing, he"seized. the real streets to Duval; south on Duval I j of the day. ond class for Key West; t 'fiNd I I The front range light was de- take for granted that the AAA.
The vessel is to make her last istroyed in the hurricane of
ing fire. !| power. Ii to Southard and then west to the I I With a twe-day weekend, many! and four second class: passengers) Mon-I processing tax will be upheld by

Opposition !In TVA I trip to and from Key West next i "Araja and Mangascia are Navy Ball Field.Promptly I J persons< probably will take ad-'! for Havana. ,.> I I day. The rear range light the court. The President

Then, too, there are organiza- I week run direct it was between said Miami taking and up Havana the-I dead. The two cousins. Gugsa and at 11 a. m., a firing]j I vantage of the opportunity tot I The ship brought 14-' ions!: cf''.i i be a used permanent as a front metal range structure!' light until iserected -j frankly supreme admit if the court rules

tions such as the Tennessee valley -<, Sejum. remain. "Until recently squad will be heard, accompanied visit other sections f fRIDICULESMOERN freight for Key(West; 12 toni for] this tax unconstitutional some
for the sea..on.The I and in the meantime
which steadfastly I the first was at "Macalle. the second Havana, and
authority j large consignments method moat be found to finance
Havana -
'' S. S. Florida was at light to be erected by Mr. )
have resisted civil service controL I at Aduwa capitals respectively of mail for both cities. i the existing contracta the government : -
I .
during the entire duration of of the eastern and western I'I will be used as a rear range light.
TVA could be brought un- Steamship Cuba
of the
the hurricane. She sailed Monday PLANE BRINGS same I has with farmer
der the merit system with a minimum Tigre. II line, arrived yesterday afternoon
afternoon for Miami arrived there STYLES OF WOMEN Support Seen
of delay were it not for the I "Tafari cleverly won Sejum'sfriendship. from Havana with one first and I LIGHT TENDER t
yesterday morning and left for the part of the
To Gugsa he gave a 4 Any attempt on
opposition of Arthur E. Morgan one second class: passenger for
Key West last night 8 o'clock.: cousin to wife hoping for a child PASSENGERS I I CRF A..etat.d rr..) I West President to pare federal expenditures -

director.Doctor Morgan was given a',' Radio reports describing the of his own blood as heir in the 1 :t LONDON, Nov. 6.-Modern i Key class: ;for 11 first Tampa.and three The ship-second -I'LEAVES PORT I and to apply larger revenues -

battering of a Steanf-hip Florida, toward bringing the budget
Tigre province. But the beautiful women are torturing themselveswith
free hand by congress in selectingthe LARGE NUMFiR BOOKED TO! sailed 5:30 o'clock: with 13; i
of TVA. Backed by: referred to a freighter of that Wozero Jesiase Urok II proveda fashions more painful and t sengers for Tampa. into balance undoubtedly will
personnel I
name which was caught in the disappointing gift to Gugsa. She I GO OUT THIS AFTER. P'i-I 1---- meet with a ready response from
Senator Norris of Nebraska, a storm. I' : ludicrous than those affected: by Steamship Yoro of the YESTERDAY i
did not bear him a son. Later,
in the act ard Fruit and
clause was inserted i -- therefore, he repudiated her. NOON TO MIAMI i i Chinese and Hottentots says, Dr. Steamship MIAMI I II j conReprellnW ft Woodrum of
that : arrived in
creating TVA1 providing poli- pany port this
i "Not to be outdone Tafari then W. R. Onge, former "Gloomy Virginia mfhKMtial member of
tics should have no part in the organization -: ADVISE CAUTION ing from New York, took on fuel I AND OTHER PORTS :
Doctor Morgan and, t succeeded in marrying his owndauj.hter I Dean" of St. Paul's Cathedral oil and supplies at the Porter the house appropriation committee
I' Plane of the Pan-American Airways -' which controls the >-nt'"
to Gugsa. "Look at the fashions!! he I govrnm
his associates have been exceed-; : ex- Dock company and was preparing -
IN NAVIGATION Heeds Father's Word arrived this morning on I I airings, wan quick to en-
Dying I parse
ingly strict in this respect. | claimed. "The Chinese lady used this afternoon to sail for Fron-'
Tender Lighthouse
schedule time with four Ivy, of the President's idea.
"But Gugsa hates the emperor. pas..oengen -: dorse the
Morgan admits openly that he: t to bind her feet but the civilized tera, Mexico. afternoon
I -
He considers the latter killed his as follows: Herbert Kohler.: department wiled yesterday

prefers his method of selecting:i The United States Lighthouse i)father. It occurred this way: May E. Ferns Ray O. Edwards western woman puts every organ : for Miami and Port Ever- ADVISORY'ADVISORY
TVA employees to that of choosing !-
blindly from a civil service' list 1 Department announces that Port g I "The elder Ras Gngsa was and Lawrence Jackson i of her body out of shape by high COUNTYBOARDMEETS glades. At Miami[ buoys will be
: and made to
replaced repair
![ Everglades front and rear stricken with tuberculosis. Dr. Practically a full passenger heels.
which might automatically range I Pietro advised. him to leave but list is structures damaged by tie storm., 9H A.. II -Tr*
in readiness for the north- I
the very man he wishes to: lights were reported destroyedNovember j I "The Hottentot lady prides her- TONIGHT I Tender Poineiana was the!I disturbance is apparently central J t
4, and the reports of, Tafari refused him permission. bound trip this afternoon with
select: for. an important post. I: the storm indicat the possibility;' The physician finally started with the following bookings: Ruth self on projecting portentously I morning,reported to be en route j about 275 miles tl Gtltt>ut of ftwj

--- ---- of to ether aids to navi-i him for Eritrea. The old chieftain Bryan Owen, Minnie Porter Harris behind-steatopyga is the from Withlaeooche: : River to An- Ends, La., mevmg v ry sI Mfl,t.
: damages seien-J
JOE SINGLETONHAS | gation in path of storm j I died on the way in his son's B. M. Duncan,,R. L. Bow Ed. tific name. But the post-war Regular meeting of the Monroe dote Key.Tender. west or w*.orthwestward attended -

It is also stated that floating; arms blessing him and telling him Sheeran Fred Eberhardt J. A. C. lish girl tries to obliterate county commissioners will be held Poppy sailed this morn I by dangerous gales and

RECOVERED aids may be displaced and mariners ':| to free the Tigre from the Shoans Bogart, Walter Maloney, An-I curves in which female beauty 8 o'clock tonight in the office of ing to replace lights along the I winds of humane forc over avery
Ras Tafari and Malcolm Dont- consists. Clerk Ross C. Intracoastal Waterway from small area near the should use caution until tl.eir (the house of ), return thony St. Phillip Sawyer. Only regular

i positions can be checked. the crown to the legitimateheir ted. M. M. Walter Paul Atwell I "The average woman puts a routine matters are scheduled Matecumbe to Snake Creek. t Caution is advised vessels in East

I i of King John. J. R. Boyd, Herbert Kohler RayO. ring through her nose. The civil for the meeting. and Central Gulf of Mexico and

Friends of Joe Singleton will I "The son himself received the, Edward Lawrence Jackson. t ized lady puts it through her ears. Chairman Carl Bervaldi and I i iea fishing and other small! craft
Bermuda Meat Market
be clad to know that he is well i infection from his father and I Man" concluded the Gloomy Commissioners Braxton B. Warren I should not venture into central or
and able to get around again aft : Fresh Beef Just Received: I near died. I saved his life. He CONTAINS MANY PIECES Dean "began as an ape affected 1 and Nathan Niles will attend east Gulf water:, All interests on

er having one of his legs amputated .I FRESH KOSHER MEAT realizes that between the Italians I "with megalomania. Now he is essentially the meeting. Commissioners I I s ram sarrrl6e the Gulf coast are urged to keenin

.in a local hospital. I II I i Nice Fat liens and Fryers and the emperor the Tigre prov HORSE CAVE, Ky.-Mrs. S. still the savage who J Wm. R. Porter and Norberg 4WV touch with advice from the

Mr Singleton was for months Phone 861-W Free Delivery ince is 'between the hammer and I j K. Clark of this city is the own- I fancies himself civilized. He calls Thompson are absent from the WHISKIES Weather Bureau. Storm warning
confined to his home due to this 11 White At Virginia Streets the anvil' .and he is a friend of' ir of a jigsaw quilt containing! himself Homo Sapiens--a title city Mr. Porter in New York and I are displayed from Cedar Keys to

uble. Juan jCobo, Prop. Italy." '14,788 pieces. I i which he has done little to earn." Mr. Thompson in Cuba. Carrabelle, Fla.




WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMBER fl,. .1935.,. _
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i1citItzt !:tti '1t l' AS IF BY ,MAGIC -I ........................

Published aiiy Except So' lay By I t A small KEY WEST IN I L i'OBUC tNfM ::5- f t TODAY'S WEATHER 11 11I Today's

Oregon newspaper, in an editorial .
P. ARTMAX. Pr .' >.. entitled "Folks, be Prepared for the

JOB ALLt\ AuUtaBt Br a Mmmmfrr Magic Trick," describes an amazing bit of Happening' Hare Just 10 Year: WRONG I Tempsrat.rasilighest | WEATHER CONDITIONSThe ........................
From The Citizen .. I Ago Today At Tafcea From I J
ntr I ......... _. 81
legerdemain that is 1756 hard Dtle.
Corner Keene its town being -- :: Virginia'
and Am SueetsOnly promised The File Of Th Citizen '
by the of f I N > Lowest .... ... .:. _....:: ::: :::.. :74!I disturbance was apparently! rallant naval officer in the Revolutionary
proponents a municipal light
: :::: : : :
Dally Newspaper In lily TY."t and Monro. ) Mean ... _- ---- -- 78 central) about 275; miles southeasttof t war fire times captured : -
Coua plant which would take the place of the Charles Morejon, of Havana, Normal Moan ----------7'; '
ed born
2 Port Fads La.. this morning: lK'arJorfolk: ,
------- who the 4i
was member of Louisiana'
Entered at Key west Florida. a. second clan matter existing private plant. Rainfall* Va. Died ;n Pfciladelplmi. Feb.
Volunteers and fought throughthe moving very slowly west or west-I!
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FIFTY-SITTH 1KARMeaiWr The private plant has a total yearly Spanish American; War, is a Yesterday's Precipitation .19 Ins. north-westward attenied by dan- :24, Ife26.

.( f.. A.e.*late4 Pre aI revenue of about $24,000. Its local taxes visitor in Key West. Mr. Morejonwas Normal Precipitation .. .10 Ins. gerous gales and winds; of hurricane -''
he Amocfated Press! in exclusively entitled to ass comes to :about a member -of the! Cuban ', "Tillrmirii _.rr. 34-hour perl** force over a very small}) area1near 1821-J.<*n, the
$11.000-$21 eAch
for credited for the rdlwr Hi H oVUtrk Ifcl" nMrnlMK. Confederates soled bfockaJe
ret+ ':icatioi of all news dispatches to service has runner -
secret unit and been''
st ir not otherwise credited In this paper. and also 521 families' it serves in the community. '' Tomorrow'* AlmanacSun the center. J born at Norfolk Va. Diedat
the local nevs published here. bodyguard to President ZayaS'and High areas, crested
rises 63 H a. m. Annapolis' Md., Dec. :29, 1891.
The proponents u..u. t
of the President MenocaL While here
municipal plant : Sun sets ..._ .-..._...._. 5:43 p. m.13toon over the Ohio Valley and Plateau '. -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL) promise to the Mr. Morejon is a guest of Judge;, region, Lonisvill KV3G.3A
..'-.. ASSOCIATION cut current light bill in two rises _u". "",_" 3:26 p. m. ? inch-I] 1841-Nelson W. Aldrich,
i rt J. F. Busto and to enter! '
II an offset for expects I :Moon! sets ........ .. ... 3:21 es, and Wirnemucca, Nevada
<=/t .u.eA.. 1933: pay city and school taxes, pay business here at some future date., a. m. 30.46 inches overspread tr.e Rhode Island's famed. congressman

for the cost of the plant, along with I T.anor.owTide, senator financier and R -
:SMtHtHIPTIO'! RITES operating greater part of the country this
One Year _..moo' d' ._moO'" _d' ...-_ ." Mrs. Allan B. Cleare will represent I ,'.1\1. P.M.I Rain has p.M>e n tatter, *mo< _... _. $10f expense out of revenue, add show a : morning. occurred during -!
Six Months -- d -- -- 0IS I great statesmen, born at
Three Months : Stephen R:. Mallory Chapter High ...._...-..-_ 6:53 6 S4 the last 24 hours throughoutmost

'One Month __ om. ... 00 ......_--____ '.1$ handsome profit besides. t United Daughters of the Con- Low ..........._.......1228 12:32 of the West' Gulf States and Foster, R. I. Died April Ie, 1415.
Weekly ,,'m.... ." ____00 ..... .20 The local the
at general
paper analyzes these I federacy conven- Barometer 8 a), m. todays I II from the upper St. tawrmez Val'
tion to be held in Hot Springs 1tf I 1853-Henry W. Farnam, n.ted -
ADVERTISING RATE! promises and the result is strange and Sea level 30.01WEATf1Eh Icy, southward into central Georgia -
Made known on application. Arkansas November 17, 18 and snow from North! Dakota' political economist of Yale,
wonderful indeed. I
SPECIAL. NOTICE Cutting the total elec- 19. This was decided at a meetingof eastward over the Lake Superior' a pioneer in civil service and prohibition

All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of trical revenue in half, would' limit the the chapter held yesterday FORECAST region, and showers in cxtiem' movement, born at New
re";pect. obituary notices etc, will be charged: for. .,.atthe. municipal plant's "take" to afternoon, at the home of Mrs southern Florida. Haven Conn. Died Sept. 5,
rate of !' cents a line. $12,000. Off- Temperaturesare
Notices for entertainments churches from Lena Johnson. It was also decidedto 1 1Q 1g I : 1933:
by which
above normal in t>* Atlantic
a revenue Is to he derived are 6 cents a line. I setting the local taxes that will be lost if to the infant (Till 8 m, Thursday) e )
The :Citizen: Is an open forum and Invites discussion a gold pin States and on the Guif coast, and
nf public Issues and subjects of local or generallatereat the private utility is forced out of the city daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Key West and Vicinity: Generally generally below throughout thej I 1R54-.John Philip Sean. inter-

s. but it will not publish anonymous communication would require another $11,000. This Kerr, of Hollywood Calif. Mrs. fair tonight and Thursday; remainder of the country, with J nationally-known ", musician bandleader

Kerr was formerly Miss Eileen I[ readings below zero and compoxr of marches,
would leave the vast sum of $1,000 \bnitooo.j;
yearly Gardner and a member of Stephen ; I and- freezing southward over the,, born at Washm ton, D. C. Died

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST with which the plant managers would pay Mallory Chapter. @: I central Plains States and eastward -I i at Reading Pa., March 6, 1932.

ADVOCATED, all the expenses of operation pay for the 1 ; to western Michigan.
BY THE 'ITIZEN "Bugs" Warner, candidate for J I 1861-Thomas Watt Gregory,
cost of the plant, and,. finally, show a mayor of Key West has receiveda I II G S. KKNNEDY. Texas lawyer, U. S. Attorney-
Officer in ChargaCARVES
profit. I .; _telegram from R. II. VanBuren, i I General under Woo, bern atCrawfordsville

1. Water and ewer" e. That would be n good trick if it could millionaire of Sturgis Michigan, I J; i3t : CIRCUS Miss. Died in

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main be done-unfortunately it can't. As the who winter was wishing visiting him Key success West in last his viiarRrJqK I I New York. Feb. 26. 1'*S.
DETROIT.-Jean former
LeRoy, -
land. local paper observes; the chances are that campaign. (wpMlTriif '' circus clown of this city has 1865-Hoimcn Day. of

!. Free Port. 'a municipal plant 4 l ld neither reduce the Joseph Pearlman George Crit- Fair carved from wood a 30,000-piece I Maine. Dd at Mill Valley, CaL,

4. Hotels and AjBranentS. local light bill noranafce up the lost taxes.It tenden Samuel Brownstein and There just isn't any excuse forth not much change in temperature; i miniature circus Feb. 19, 193$.

H. Hanunerschlag, have been Wrong Lane Turner! --- .- -- .-
might ap- -
even i ittto the red thus
5. Bathing Pavilion. go forcingthe pointed a committee in connection He's the motorist who doesn'tmake moderate east and southeast

6. Airports-Land and Sea. taxpayers to cough up more dollars. with the advertising campaign up his mind that he's fjoin:: minds. I

7. Consolidatic. of And the chances are that when the bonds, started by the chamber of com- to turn until after he's reachedthe :| Florida: Generally fair tonight
County and City andThursday not much change]
issued to for the merce. Otto Kirchheiner, who intersection-and then suddenly -I ;
Governments. pay plant, came due; the in temperature. I DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
subscribed $500 to the advertising attempts to cross in (mot 1
taxpayers would face another sizable Jacksonville to Florida Straits
assessment I :
fund believes Miami will be a moving cars. No warning -
-to pay for the magical plant most fertile field for the campaignand i signal-no brains! ]', Moderate east and southeast WHERE IT CAN HELP

The demagogue is he who panders to which was to produce and distribute power made a statement to this effect Good drivers prepare for a I winds tonight and and partly Thursday.East overcast. weather

the crudest desires of the mob. 1 for practically nothing. today. A great deal of in- turn in advance by getting in the i Gulf: Fresh northeast to, YOUR TOWN\ .
terest and enthusiasm is being left-lane of traffic for a left turn :I
You can't get dollars out of hat. Youcan't southeast uinds, probably strong
shown in the membership drive of! and in the right lane for a right; :
over extreme west portion andmostly
Ehe's now Dr. Ruth Bryan Owen. pay taxes and wages and plant up- the chamber which is being carried tll,.,.. Simple isn't itf Yet many I i. overcast weather tonight t

Tampa Tribune. And visiting in Key keep by waving a magician's wand. Thoseare on in connection with the ad- accidents happen because motorists : and Thursday with showers overi I

West, her adopted home. the facts that thousands of communities of vertising the larger campaign organizations and several have ..."forget".. .... .......... 'i west portion. {I All Modern Banking Facilities

have discovered to their sorrow and taken out group membership. ;; i ; !I Commercial and Savings Accounts

loss long after they had given the magi- Horoscope.s. KEY WESTCOLONIAL : t
Germany, Italy and Russia Editorial comment: Don't be so
are gorernments .1
cians a chance to demonstrate their
me- uppish. If all of our laws were en- HOTEL ;
of the people for the people, bya dieval art.THE forced we would all be in jail Today's native is jovial and I I the First National Bank ot West I

Hitler, Mussolini\ or Stalin. sympathetic! perhaps inclined to In the Center of the Business Key
Mrs.\ Alice Ferris, of Hollywood -
be rather self-indulgent, and maybe I and Theater District
STORY OF FOUR BROTHERSOnce Fla., and John J. Haven-
Things must be getting hot in. Ethiopia ridge, of Cutler Floris arrived on liable to fit: of indiscretion, + First ClarLl'eprf- Member of the Federal Reserve

the,afternoon train yesterday and which you should exercise to the i j
; war correspondents are pictured four brothers lived in town Scn>it>>>l l. Rat..
a right': after their arrival were fullest extent; for there are indications i' Member the Federal Deposit Insurance

wearing shorts. What, no mosquitoes I about the size of Key West. One was a made man and wife in the office of a relapse into weakness j COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

grocer, one a merchant, one a hardware of Notary Public Eugene Albury, due perhaps more to liberality and! ;I Corporation
the notary officiating. Mrs. R. W. frankness than to willfulness. Carat Elevator
How Citizen dealer and the other farmer.
does The a
ptand the
on Cranch and Mrs. L. B. Crawford, I Popalar PrJeet
slot machine question? The i; Citizen is ve- Talking matters over they said: "Letus friend of the couple accompaniedthem. Subscribe to The Citizen. .!

stick together always buying from each They will spend their honey- .
hemently against anythin that is wrong. ------- -----
moon in Key West and then retail -
That should put us right. other at every opportunity and never -
) to to make their
spending our with other people un-
money future home.Members i..i.................................................bbi..i......e.i.i................
less we cannot avoid doing so." ......................................I...................................................
From Greenland's icy mountains to of Fern I................................ ...e.................................................
As the years went by the four brothers Chapter, ................................................... ..............................
Key West! coral strands is a long journey, Order Eastern Star are planninga
stuck to that resolution. The resultwas
fancy work sale to be held the
but it is worth it, says Ruth Bryan Owen, .
that when one of the brothers made a latter part of this month. The proceeds
who is honored
our guest. bit of money all of them felt it pass through of the sale are to given to
the fund for the Masonic orphans
I their hands. In it SPECIAL OFFER ON
time went around and home in St. Petersburg.

Double Job Holders Under Fire.- around the circle. Eventually, the four

Headline. Double job holders on local relief brothers got rich and because they stuckto High winds of yesterday and today

should take notice and the caused delay in the sailing of
stop chisel- their resolve, they stayed rich. the
tug Leroy with two barges in
ing. It is no disgrace to resign, but it is to Luckily, the four brothers' children tow for Miami. The tug will leave -

get fired. and wives didn't get the idea that they had whenever the weather becomesmore GENUINE GLASSBAKE COOKING WARE C
favorable the
liome voyage.
to shop out of their town "tp! get any-

It's hard to beat the combination. McKinney \ <<;- thing. They;, never tot the idea, that something Captain Clarke -D. Stearns has 1ft '{ .

one of the two-job men, resignedone away; frojn( hdme was always better I been asked to attend the meetingof
the Atlantic Coastal
of his jobs-Assistant State Attorneyand than what: .they had tit l.huvLj J They, too, I Association convention WaterWay to beheld

his law partner was appointed to cheerfully accepted ,itheiinndtVile of sticking at Miami November 23-26.

, succeed him!"-Tampa Tribune. together. I '* *.1t.. Captain Stearns said that he

has 1 number I would talk about Key West harbpr 0 I
Key West of business calk. girl ? ::
and bring it before the conferenceboth

Italy claims it is not at war with Ethi- men, who are brothers as far as their busi- I I a1! a military officer and as r

opia, so II Duce must be indulging in the ness goes. If they will remember the storyof an officer of the navy and on the

hunt. Since Ethiopia requires the four brothers, and teach it to their commercial side as a representative aNl r '
a special of Key West. I will show the
license for hunting wonder \ children and their wives, the money that ; -
we if Mussolini necessity: ; for development in Key

remembered to take one out. comes into Key West will stay here to West.

make all of us prosperous. We will havea i it
".{.rfc4 BTllte'. .....I.1r H. .|-
chance to pass:: it around and make it
The League of Nation, is making a THE SEMINOLE t
work for Key West. J
fairly effective stab to show that it has

grown its eye teeth and knows how to use:

peaceful nation should do anything y 4ttFi
1 a l
to prevent the League's success in ti -

halting the war in Ethiopia. ((1)) The speed of an automobile de- et -

pends upon the horsepower of its motor. ts ;,

((2)) The condition of business de-
When Key West kids'! heard that Miami t -
pends upon the buying power of the pub- ii_ -a 1 >
were closed on account of a lic. -

threatening hurricane daeks.llie. FI.rtda
((3)) To get faster speed from
an CIIAS. B. CmiKR: MMa -
hopes it would
not pass Key West by, but automobile'
increase its horsepower. A human. home-Ilk Institution
the hurricane was more considerate and where you will find year l..1......
((4)) Need we go any further? __f.rt ..* rmttvtmtmmrmt a mater -
once more left the Hand ( of
city unscathed, great Importance.
((1)) Every reader of The Citizen
4 ..i .
to the chagrin of the "
youngsters and the .
of oldsters.Chairman would like to buy many things that he, or A steel rirr...... ..".'.C ....- ...
joy the she, needs. .. the heart-.f tae city South Florida Contracting & Engineering C o. ; ; I'

((2)) The merchants of 'Key West Every Room with Combination Tub
Jesse Jones of and Shower Bath Radio. Eleetrl
struction Finance the Recon- have these things and would -like to sell Ceiling Fan Slat' Door for Summer Phone 598. White and Etfza Streets .
Corporat, uttered a them. Ventilation Comfortable Beds will
Mattresses, of Inner Spring Construction
truism when he said "the more we lean and Individual Reading V "Your is beat" "
((3)) Every individual will buy what Lamp 4" home worthy of the

upon the government the more the gov- he or she needs when money is available- "TE

ernment must, in turn lern upon in." H Sing..
y when there is individual buying power. 74 R__., Private Beta n.. .
us of course, he means; the taxpayers but ... Re M.. Private BalkKMma. 2.A
((4)) It is "good business" on the part N Private Balk a.. ........*........5.o.......... ........................*.....oS..i.....i..S..eS
they can stand just so much, before the 24 R__.. PrtvBl Balk sA. ..................................................... .................................
cur merchants to see that our people !. Sample a__.. Private Balk c..* ...............................A** ...............................o.......................
breakdown is complete. J 5LIGHT INCREASE FOR .................................... .......................................................a*
possess buying power. )
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:' M? h. ronuwertt Rob. He would take care of Her. PORTS Extra Copies of The Citizen
platfsu ieft.O.e4 dn.+IJU oat a tuoi.s..1. hard (. bear k asI. .r He would find her real parents give'

...4adrapt.. data .,earp..ta. her a name, and one she belongedto Advertisement tender this head

.14 Now Jidrs!. Ha told If.UOf"ar.I Ker/,,that as him. Tom Farley would be afraid will be inserted in The Citizen at '
.a4 : : da:0At r o/ tat to do anything. Tom was a little the of le
rate a word for each in-
/arnswortM err ta. tfanffktvr of afraid of Rob. she'd always thought .;. d CONTAINING, THEQUALIFIED
an unknown natant-rot am -- sertion, but the minimum for the
:rfoalwLM U I.prove ndoftion.k She parked her car, and rushed
earth. wtil,not....,.tehvrit.*. And Ike Tom lore*Forte Font, up the steps and Into the house. first insertion in every instance is j j25c.
n. of t\* relative plans /wlkcrttnctlttio Rob was In the library. He arose .....e..e..ooccee.e.ll I '
*. i I. q'i
from a seat near the fire and Anne LOPEZTOMORROW Payment for classified adver-
found herself Today In History LISTON
sped to him. tisements is invariably in advance,*
Chapter It tweed clad arms. The blessed I
CAMPAIGN PLANpersecution safety of them.Let's I DEFEAT PARK TEN \ NIGHT e e*.*eeeeeeeeeee e but regular advertisers with ledger 0,

1860-Abraham Lincoln elect- accounts may have their advertisements j

J.-4URTHER ? Anne talk. she get said out of and here looked so we np can at I BY SCORE OF 8-6 I I II ed President. charged. i j
Advertisers should give their:
stared< at Ansel Kellogg In bewll- him as If wanting visible assurance I (By JOVE) j I SALE AT
d.rmeniBut what else can he dot" of his presence. A regular Senior League game' 1867-Canada's first Dominion street address as well as their telephone
number if they desire re
.h. asked. "Well go up to the house" he BAYVIEW OUTFIT 'BLEW UP' will be played tomorrow night at Parliament began it ssesaions.!! suIts.

"He had planned to break all of agreed "this place has a thousand Bayview Park. 10 With classified advertise I
eyes and two thousand ears.Sbarlee IN THIRD INNING AND BEACONS The eternal rivals Funeral
Lopez -
u is to you tomorrow at the reading entertained me until she saw yon Home and Baker teams, will i 1906--A plan to unite New ment The Citizen will give free an { The Citizen OfficeLikeACakeOflce

oi that part of the will ready to bemade coming. Sbe thinks she's an animated SCORED FIVE RUNS cross bats.Batteries. : Mexico and Arizona defeated by Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for,"
public. R. had planned. 1 be- mystery story. She kept saying will le: Ward and M.; Arizona's refusal. it.
I U he. to do It in to cruel a fashion What a surprise you're In "for: Do WINNERS SECONDBy Acevedo for the Dough boys, andC. I i

ycu would try to retaliate. yon know what she means? Gates and Ingraham for the. 1918-22 American and 4 WANTED I

""There" Is a provtiton. made by "Yes." answered Anne as Rob ,. Embalmers.This i French divisions victoriously engaged WANTED Girl's second hand j
tucked her under a robe in his car. ( JOVE) 1 driving back -- -
Lake, that should any persoo eon- Til tell JOt when we reach The Lighthouse ten and Bapview contest will be excitingfor : divisions 57 German bicycle in good condition. Apply
I two First because along the front.
teat The Citizen office j
the will that person will be eat
home..Fine. boys played a good when these two clubs meet they i nov2tf'WANTEDA "
off from participation In the ." lie started the and '
any es car i
game of diamondball yesterday always play hard-there is fight i 1928-Herbert Hoover elected
as they drove along he talked of
tate.. Too wouldn't know that. Re
I color in the second, etiance to bid
the canneries. "Tom Farley tried to afternoon except for one inning. and game; President by a landslide vote. one i
would."And. i because it will help the league :your next printing order. The
get hold of me a couple of times The Beacon crew were on top
then there was the publicity He was at Westport but I didn't standing of the club that wins. I 1934 ATtman Press. aug7 t!
at the end of the game by a score Elections throughout
he Intended to have directed to- know that until I phoned the office I The game will start at 7:30! Democrat t
of 8to6. a sweep--Up- FOR RENT
wards the clodding of your name, torn the house there. Wonder what The victory placed the winnersin o'clock. I ton Sinclair loses in California, I II
be wanted? He said It was important -
of lack of name. But then he thinks second place, behind I..e..e........ ...a.I Governor Ritchie of Marylandloses NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT .
.. anything !
Aside from that. he Intends to : the league-leading Administration to a Republican. with garage. Apply 827"
he does or says Is importanL"Anne.
try to keep yon from taking one Ill be mighty glad when aggregation. 4T Today's Birthdays::; I Duval street. oct19

article from your borne. 1 can fore I can nv things my way. They're I The Park boys seor ed two runs" ........................ I II ROLL CALL AT -FOR--- -SALE-- I I as
stall him there. 1 want yon to nake( still raising cain down there about in the very firstfifrwne .but wentto II
a list or everything yon own from the fish-traps." I pieces in the thlrdland: allowed I U. S. Senator Louis R. Murphy: PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed i .i.ia .it

far coaU to hath soap all monies "Rob. yon know what father said the: Lighthouse players to score j of Iowa, born at Dubuque, 60 I CHURCH SUNDAY cards, $1.26. The Artman

:you have spent on the house on about that." five runs., :The\ Beacon men add years ago.Virginia. Press. aug7 I +

anything or anyone other than "I know. But Anne, you're goingto ed three more in the fourth i

,. urselL Will yon do that? : trust my Judgment aren't you? enough to win the game.In E. Jenckes of Terre OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two, t

"Rut there Is so much, yon know Wouldn't yon think me crazy If I the sixth inning the Park I Haute, representing the 6th Indiana -: Rev. J. B. Culpepper, Jr., paste bundles for EC, The Citizen 01-I

mother and Dad were both Inter tried to go into a motor race with a boys made a threat to win the I district in Congress, born I of the First Methodist Church flee, octl I; .
cited In my new home and were horse and buggy? Same idea when contest. The first three batters in Terre Haute, 63 years ago. has announced a roll call of the 1
constantly buying things and storing rou're In a competitive business singled. Papy, with his last sin.t : entire* membership of that church PRINTING-Quality Printing at1' I 1, r'k

them In the house because our you have to use modern" methods. gle, scored two runs. Then Jack I I Edsel Ford of Detroit, born : on next Sunday night at the regular the Lowest Prices. The Art-; k l i I
new home wasn't ready for them. Well here we are. worship Press. t
Cates and Stanley struck out. there, 42 years ago. service. man anz7 J| t
I,k now." she said suddenly Villareal doubled to left, scoring I All members who are in the I
""Yvonne can list clothing and PARKED the car but made no I Ii TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 i
my HE Papy. Elwood struck out to end John F. Xeylan of San Francisco city are expected to be present at -
and Anne sitting beside i
personal things and Harney this service to answer to their sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
say" she began with sudden Illumination him. looked down on the house the fracas. !I note lawyer, born in New FOODSTUFFS all
in ICE
kept metal
names, it is said. ang7 t : our
,"this is why Mrs. Farnsworth white against the fir trees. Lonely The best play of the game was I York City, 50 years ago. REFRIGERATORS
pulled by Parks in the fourth, The pastor will bring a message are AS cool, fresh and
this day. A hammer was
!flred Mrs. this
Barney morn-
on the subject:, "When the' SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50<<:. healthful as if they were frozen in cake of
Ing." pounding somewhere inside echoing which caused the game to stop. Dr. Stanhope Bayne-Jones, : a
She explained to the Judge. "Of dismally. George Valdez rushed to Andy'shome dean of Yale's Medical School, Roll is Called Up Yonder." This The Artman Press. aug7 ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproofand

course" he agreed. "Charlotte and ""Anne Rob spoke cautiously, and brought back another born in ,New Orleans, 47 years has been tried :n other places and: Subscribe to The Citizen-20c absolutely airtight.

Tom would be working together. By "wouldn't- you feel more at homeIn pair of pants-he had ripped the ago. has proven to be greatly: beneficial .1 weekly.

getting Mrs. Harney out of the way the big house? You know we ones he was wearing. And. so the ,, I it is shown. I $30.00 and $35.00EASY

they could Question your right to could sell this easily because It's a game proceeded. Harold,W.:. Ross, editor of The I There are so many people who l I! TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn
things and should she appear for modest size and it won't be so easy At bat the leaders were F. I I New Yorker, born at Aspen, Colo., feel that because: they have bcnl I BENJAMIN LOPEZ .

you they could say she was doing to dispose of the other place. It'sa Stickney, who hit two out of two;j 143 years ago. ; christened in a church they are FUNERAL HOME I Display At-
It in retaliation for being dls bit old fashioned and all. and members of that the
Walker, with one out of one. B. I church pas- I
charged. you'd: keep!. the old servants Roberts and Blackwell hit two j Dr. Ernest M. Hopkins, presi- tor states. This service: will have Set-Tins- Key West !
with yon, woman i your Half Century Thompson Ice inc.
"Well cell flx that little game," safeties in three tries each. ;dent of Dartmouth College, born the effect of getting a lot of folk : Company
He had thrown his arm about her 24 Hoar Ambulance Sersic.Liceaaed ,
he-. declared in triumph. "You have and Anne weary and heartsick, was In the field. R. Roberts and |at Dunbarton, N. H., 58 years' straight on the status of their Embalmer

Mrs. Harney come to' see me." curled into the nest itmade trying Papy for. the Park ten and Archer 1 ago. church membership. says Rev. Cul- Phone 135 Night 696-\\ I PHONE "0. 8

"She"l down-stairs 1 now." I to find the strength she would needto and Pellicier for the Beacon pepper.

"Send her tip Then yon'd better face this last triaL boys played well. 0 Ignace Jan Paderewski! world- .
go on home and have Yvonne pack I "About the first thing I'd do. he Elwood struck out three and famed pianist and composer, bornin -

your clothes! and in the meantime I went on, "is run that crowd out. Stickney two. Poland, 75 years ago.
111 try to figure ont a place for yon They act like they own the place." Score by innings: R. H. E. -.

to stay. "They ;:0." came In Anne's Quiet Bayview Park- Sir Herbert Samuel, English '

"Yon won't have to appear at the voice. 200 013-6 9 3 statesman, born 65 years ago. '"% /
reading of the will tomorrow. HI "They what?" Lighthouse __ 005 30x-8 8 1 FIRMSWho

represent yon that will save yon "They own "the place. Father, Batteries: Elwood and Sawyer;I meets the Office crew. On Friday
from some of their deviltry. Luke Farnsworth left it to Uncle C. Stickney, Pellicier and Park. afternoon the High School ten
to Lee and Mabel. will bats with the Lighthouse
Now. feeling all right? Think cross! -
yonll be able to get home alone!" "Well what do yon know about Standing of the clubs: outfit.

nD8'nodded.. that.ed a moment Rob's voice then was"perhaps flat. lie wait It's Club- W. L. Pct i Rush To Give You Service-Patronize them

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"You've been a fin* brave girl just as well. I'd like to move downto
Anne," Judge Kellogg told her In Astoria for a while. Our house Lighthouse m_.__...___ 5 4 .555; PALACE

parting. "Luke would have been wen't be dried out enough to live High School ... ______. 4 5 .444 I Bob Steele In

>proud of you." In for two or three months and that Bayview Park _.__....._ 3 6 .333 NO MAN'S RANGE Star American Coffee

Anne carried this thought with would give me time to straighten I Serial: Adventures Of JOHN C. PARK ROSES TIFT'S r
her. To have Luke proud of her had things out at the canneries."I Today the High School plays! REX AND R1NTY Ha a tote and aroma that

always been her ambition. She like Lee. but he's lazy and the Office boys and tomorrow Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-2Sc U only fo.. cherished the thought no less now. things are slack as the deuce. I'm afternoon the Bayview Park ten FLORAL PIECES; A CASH GROCERY
sad I be that it's
SIMONTON you can >> sure
ST. .
She felt that he and Lucinda would going to have to Jump Into the harness ,
have told her themselves had they and work like the dickens If -- fresh becaute It'* blended la SPECIALTY e

not been sure their secret would your Interests are to be taken care :CI'I'I'.I'.I'.I'IIIIII.I'IIII."M '!\ K never be revealed and had they of properly." PLUMBINGDURO
lived Tom Parley would have kept "''Rob. Anne looked up at him tb 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
silent. anxious to catch each shading of STAR, tb 25c;

expression as he listened to what Your Paper Pay V. &: S., Ib 15c. SOUTH Staple and
ANNE drove methodically She she Interests.had to say, "they are not my PUMPS

at the red lights went o. GroceriesPLbMBtNG
Into gear on the amber and released "What do you mean?" SUPPLIESPHONE STAR COFFEE MILL
"Lnke left the canneries and the NURSERY .
clutch all the
her on the green and
YoifDividends! 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
time her mind tried to assimilate rest of his Interests as an estate. .
what she had learned In Judge Kel-- "Anne what are you saying*" 343 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
logg's offlce. Rob had taken his arm from her PHONE 597
shoulders and had turned to look at
A traffic officer, seeing the sleek
her in Incredulous surprise."I .
black car pass with a pretty girl am to receive only my usual Prices SELECT SEA FOODS READ HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
at the wheel talking aloud to herself Money Saving | -
allowance of one hundred dollars a ,
looked at a nearby clock. Too Jowlb''" 2 Ik Se INSURANCE
early In the morning for Intoxi- month. THE} KEY WEST
"There's something wrong, someplace Yellowtail Steak, 2 thi 35c
can's: she most be angry. His wife as
talked to herself when she was In a ,after Anne. Your father told me Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad- Yellowtail. Bone 2 tbft." X5cGroaper Offices 319 Duvml Streit
soon we were engaged that
temper: nevertheless he watchedthe 2 lot. 2Sc r
he wanted me to learn the business vertisers closely for special savings on yourS SUNDAY STARSubscription
car until It was out of sight. .
thoroughly because If anything ever Saapper, 2 IB.. 2Sc
"1 am not the daughter of Luke happened to him. yon would be left household necessities. Make your paper pay you S Mutter FU& 2 lea. 25c TELEPHONE NO. 1

and Lucinda. I am not adopted. with the entire responsibility of the dividends. The most interesting news in the $2 Per Year
rom Parley wants me to challenge canneries. FRESH SHRIMPLarge
the will but why need he? If I do "He said he'd already made out paper today is the advertising: where you ean Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday -THE-- Try! fear Meals Al

not belong to these parents. I'm not his will leaving you the only heir. save many dollars on the family budget by Fresh Crab Meat la ib cant feSc Paper Delmonico
kin and therefore I won't receive Restaurant
ahare. "Ha changed the win" the girl patronizing those merchants who advertise their FREE PROMPT DELIVfeRt PORTERALLENCOMPANY
He wants to disgrace me
Interposed. "lie changed It while Business Office Citizen
goods. Beo'welter Boor ....--.. 15
,publicly."Why yon and I were waiting to see him. LOWE FISH COMPANY
!t Building
? So I can't fight, I sup If you'll remember, that man who Six' Co.r.o DinnorB, --__

pose" She turned Into her owndrheway.looked came out a* we went In was an at PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ____ SOc. Tae, and S5
'! up at the big house torney." THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST

'which had been her home. Already (Copyright, Hit. 6jf Jeanne Bovnan) OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERYBODY'S -
It had taken on the look of an .
other's. And then she saw Rob's car Our Reputation is Wrap. -- .
In the driveway. Ann blow.STEAMSHIP sustains. tomorrow a tin B36 Fleming Street PRITCHARD
ped in package
.. every .
-- -- A merchant who advertises his prices l FUNERAL HOME

charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a Th.of

Co. I non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. Watch i11E

P & 0 UNITED ROUTES STATES FOR FASTMAIL I Why this big difference? SI D.etos PRINTING DONE BY US Dlgnifl.J Gutsy S.patMde -


Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursdays. k their prices_frankly and openly each week you ..: AND ENGRAVER --

Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and III help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT See Him For Tour Next Work ART tAN PRESS Sonic. -


Leave West Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. I Citizen Bllg.I LADY ATTENDANT
Key for
Hoar 0 to 12-1 to Citizen Office

Sale of tickets for Havana will stop at 8:00 A. M. i Make dfvidenrTs.; !II PHONE 51
pay yea
; your paper Open Sataraay Nlfats Pao.. M N... Sloop
For farther ;information call Phone 71

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FINDS GREEN IN PEACEMAKER ROLE _e :rkOdrun an ..... .r mw.r.* WKrln Thursday NOT. 7, 8:00 P. M.
For Clerk !> an> fHw4. IiLirn'
........................ I City FAIIH.w ......... a.rrity_...._. _. CONVENT MUSIC HALL
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WASHINGTON Aworlatm, Prr Nov.>*) 6.-(PERSONAL MENTION i Plans MeetingFirst ;. :: till POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS _.__.- --, -

....................... meeting of the season of
Placid President William Green, .1 the Coral Wheel Club will be held i
Charles W. Lowe, who 8 o'clock Friday night at the I I
leads the legions of organized labor spending a while with relatives in home of Mrs. Fred. Kirtland on i
I Jacksonville returned '.n< the South street. fi's' > CITY !
for the eleventh consecutiveyear r ELECTION, NOVEMBER
I Florida this morning. It is urgently requested that all 4 Q, 12, 1935 BALLOTSNow

since he stepped into the big i members of the organization at- 4:; 1 ........................
Miss Lillie Lowe was an arrival tend and all who are not mem-
shoes unionism's famed old For
of Mayor
t from Miami on the S. S., Florida bers but are interested are extended -
warrior, the late Samuel Gompers. this morning-for a visit with rela- a cordial invitation. F DR. H. C. GALEY
I tives. ..c; tI11r
Having weathered the most tur- I r : k rtr For Mayor
; Mallory Chapter To (.{ WM. H. MALONEFor on sale at
Mrs. Cad Coles, wife of Purser
bulent A! F. of L. convention of
I. Cad Coles of the P. and O. S S. Conduct MeetingThere Reelection

his regime, President Green now company, returned this morning I
I I from a trip to Havana and Miami. will be a regular meetingof For CouncilmanDR.
is trying to foster peace between 1&
I Stephen R. Mallory Chapter, ARMANDO COBO
warring factions and to mobilizethe C. B. Keister yeoman, U. S. :United Daughters of the Confederacy 1v --r- ""'_ THE ARTMAN PRESSThe

federation's forces for a renewed -I navy, who was in Miami for examination I held tomorrow after I For Councilman
I!i preparatory to rei -* noon, beginning at 4:30 o'clock, WILLIAM A. FREEMAN
campaign for a shorter
i listment, returned on the Steamer at the home of Mrs. Stephen I Citizen Building
work week and additional legis- er Florida this morning. Douglas. 830 Division street, according I For Councilman

lative safeguards for labor. I to announcement made S I CLIFFORD C. HICKS

The one-time Ohio coal miner, Roy Potter of the Florida East today.
who studied nights for the Baptist t Coast Railway construction forces An election of officers will beheld I For Councilman

ministry, warns industry on the' returned this morning on the and a request is made for a Experiment a little with shadow effects. You'll enjoy it. i MARCOS A. MESA, SR.
large attendance of members.
S. S. Florida from a business trip
upgrade that "work hours must be you ever snap shadow pic was posed but it shows further pos- It
progressively shortened to put the I ito points on the_line. DID ? If you haven't you have sibilities for taking unusual shadow I For CouncilmanJIM WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
unemployed to work and wages Bingo Party At missed a lot of fun and failed to get pictures. An ideal place for taking ROBERTS
increased to keep pace with production -,''erintendent I Mrs. A. R. Miller, wife *T,Sup Convent Hall some grotesque but fascinating pictures !:- shadow pictures Is on light colored l Local Committee for Key West

and profit gains if busi-! A. R.; M4jer oJth6 to add interest to your snapshot ground; the cement sidewalk the For City Councilmanj.

ness solid recovery"to stand on a this P. and morning O. S. from S. company"Miami,,aruj arrived i iI foi Ut; Ollf11ipter 1 } of Catholic Shadow are to make street where the or light better sand yet-on accentuates beaches the B::SULLIVAN c 1 .-.<-.- Date..._......____....__-t_______._._.___._...-__

I a few days will be guest ocher D/IPdJ gZoj ,America will sponso easy dark body and outline of the shadow.
Two 'Battle Due I too. The main requisite Is a good TO THE EDITOR
I For :
/ PolicejJustice )
daughter-Mrs.. Edwin,\v .. p Bir\go! Party in the Convent You can also get unusual shadow
"We are going to fight for a '-- rs\': aMiss ;SwsTdnilai! 't morrow evening strong sun in the late afternoon or pictures by standing so that your T. S!'CAftO 1

30-hour work week as we never II I Dorothy Schober, of the. (,starting at 8,o'clock. early morning. Late afternoon per- shadow is cast on the side of a build- Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the

have fought before" he says. WPA social service section inI ; >Tha ladies of this organizationhave haps fifteen or twenty minutes before ing or a house. For Chief of Police : memory of one of our most beloved and useful
Also commanding important at- Key West. returned this morning : : secured a large number of the sun starts gradually to disap-- Here's one thing to remember. If MYRTLAND GATES !
tention from Mr. Green and his:I I I from a brief visit to points on the nice prizes to be awarded for each pear below the horizon is preferable, you take pictures with the shadow citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of

colleagues of labor's high com-{ mainland. ,game. A cash- door prize will be for your light is usually stronger at cast on a light colored surface the For Captain of Police ------------......-_....._to the Will Rogers Memorial
mand is the federation's mandate!. given. ; this time and casts deeper and exposure should not be as long as
to the executive council to draft a I Hilary Carey, who has been Benefits derived will go towardsthe sharper shadows. that used in taking pictures with the ALBERTO CAMERO Fund.: I understand that this gift will be added to

proposed amendment to the con-, connected with the ordnance de- support of Catholic Orphan- The two pictures above are only a shadows cast on a dark background.In For Captain of Police others from Key West and will go without any
stitution of the United States couple of examples of the many unusual other words you make your
giving | partment at Key West left yesterday ages in Florida, it is stated.
congress power to enact eco-' aternoon on the S. S. pictures to be taken with the sure for shadow pictures but little ROBERT J. LEWIS deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be

nomic and social security legislation -!I Cuba for Tampa en route to ... e.......... ... aid of a strong sun. The picture to longer than you would for an ordi-- "Bobby"SPECIAL expended, also without any deduction, as the Me-
and to fix minimum labor,, Fayetteville, North Carolina, to the right was the result of an alert nary snapshot with the same lighting I
standards Ibe HOWDY I KEY WEST! amateur's "nose for pictures". As he conditions. OFFERPERMANENT morial Committee may determine.
as was provided by general ordnance machinist at
II started down the steps of the ele Experiment a little for shadow effects I
NRA.While Fort Bragg.A. vated train platform-with his always It's not too late to I -on-
labor leaders describe II I of snap theshadoW's WAVES Name _____._____.___.___.._
By RED KERCH 1.e. ready camera-says he, "Here your friends playing
this action as economic rather I R. Boyd, chief clerk railway .... ................... it a picture", so hurriedly set the "leap frog" on the beach or just In Two Permanents Off f\\\
than political it is considered virtually mail service at Jacksonville was diaphragm at All and shutter speedat the act of throwing or catching a for OJ.UU Address ---___.-.----_..__.__..__......_..
certain to have im- arrival the P. and O. Steamship And, by the time most of us get
an 'I an on 1/25 of a second andsnapbehad beach ball or various other stunts Better Waves, $5.00 and .p
portant bearing on the 1936 fight I' Florida this morning for a out of the cradle, we're down in a fine shadow picture. As the too numerous to mention. MRS. MILLER N3

between "new deal" advocates and conference with Postmaster Sam- the dumps.An man at the bottom of the steps was It's all in fun and it's a safe bet L 407 South Street Phone 574-.
opponents. uel Harris relative to postal service -. walking away from the camera a that you will get some unusual pictures
Industrial! Vs. Craft Unions I to and from Key West. optimist is a person not chatter speed of 1/25 of a second was and can at least prove to your
afraid to look up his family tree. fast enough to action and still friends that they are only "shadowsof
Long rated a capable conciliator ........................ the stop I themselves". Try it.
President Green was unable give proper exposure.Obviously
to prevent a sharp division VIEWS AND REVIEWS What is your I.-I rating! asksan the picture to the left JOIN VAX GUILDER
advertisement. We don't stut-
among federation members on the i
ter, thank you.Whatever .
vital issue of industrial versus I

craft furious unionism battle at breaking the recent out con-into''' What.They Right Or Say Wrong Whether against: iri) humanity the future will will bumpup not How Calotabs Help Nature I a 1.REL1ABLE

vention. While the old craft
,,,, eeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeee a I,come as, a mysterious shock to
unions won by a two to one To Throw Off Bad Cold
plurality, the "progressives" in!!i Fred IHt.'omew.. 10-year-old: many.All they ever got by using a
movie asked! what: high:powered was a lot 'of
the federation who showed increasing -j I star 'happen-1. gas Minions have found in Calotabs a Second Calotabs are diuretic to the
strength have not abandoned -{ ed to boy. who tell Iie ; knocks. most valuable aid in the treatment kidneys promoting the elimination fiRMS
j "They probably go o.HelL''" of colds.: They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the system. Thus :
their struggle for establishment -I o. I For City Clerk lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of j t
of all-inclusive industrial'j third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic both cf ,
unions in mass production ind s-I s j I William.. Borah,, 'U.'..S...Senator WALLACE PINDER How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatment
I 1!l from Idaho:' For Re-Election throw off a cold? First Calotabs is of colds.
i I : one of the most thorough and deCalotabs are quite economical;
'' "I iaven't doubt but that
The conservative Green retained -'I j any pendable of all intestinal eliminants. only twenty-five cents for the family
the presidency, however, with-I', this country is very. largely. CHILDBIRTH LEFT HER thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package ten cents for the ,trial
germ-laden mucus and toxincs. (Adv.)
I publican. pte
out a sign of opposition to his reelection -I
; the federation still holds] Re-I THIN, WORN, NERVOUS"After -- -- -- ------ -- F FOLLOW THE ARROWAnd !

to its traditional policy of opposing : Gcrdon McCreagh Former ....................teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .
the formation of a labor party I I sor to Emperor Haile birth of my baby I was % -
I "All of these stories of the massacre thin nervous, run-down. The first
and has incorporated in its con-
stitution a new amendment designed -I i of great Ethiopian armies bottle of Vinol (iron tonic) helped.It FOR SALE
to combat communists : of disease and of the hardships of I' gave me strength, needed --- You Will Find In This
the country to Italian forces are "
weight. -Mrs. M. Gunstone.
"boring from within.
As Green prepares for another I exaggerated, to say the least." 'I Oriental Pharmacy. .. .1
.. Stores Which Aim
struggle on the legislative front,!t For CouncilmanF. ; J' -- '. Directory,
a new cloud rises on labor's! "" ;; :'" :
Pennsylvania .
Greyhound .
To Serve and Please You.
Bus Lines Inc., has challenged -. i*::... from aDd toBoston .<' ., -..... t- "'":'- '" ,- ,; < 'l b.c.; They
the constitutionality of the"! face 7Jj.okenO ?7i _
l .
II York Miami .
u New ,
t ; -
Wagner-Connery Industrial Disputes Invite You To Visit Them!
Act, enactment of which by" Start aid healing today-to and relieve improve the soreness-your skin*, .: Jacksonville, Galveston, SR r } It I I t !

congress was hailed as the federa-J I New1' Orleans and Beyond
tion's biggest victory of the' -
i -.. 1 1raI
year. J I eaiResmol fmtt, .Key ttfa** alternate Friday /li/l Ya --_ ------

From New York every TuesdayFrom 1 1 li e33. 't
A Massachusetts court awarded : Boston Saturday ; ass rig {gtLU LIQUORS-BEER '1, BEER VENDORS SHOE REPAIRING
$676 to a woman who had been THEATER ,! every
butted by a cow. The luck of some I I From Jacksonville! Miami and, I
people. For low these twenty odd Warren Williams-Patricia Ellis t I New Orleans every two weeks! II I CURRO'S PLACE I CURRO'S BEER GARDEN I GOODYEAR SHOE SHOPH.

years fate has gleefully played In The Girl With Lucky! Leg II' Duval At Petroaia Street Cold Beer At AU Times J Diamandi Prop.

football with us. And what have I Kay Francis-George Brent in : iCLYDEMALLORYC. Package Liquor. of All Kind. Pay U. visit Old Sb! _. Mad A* Good As N.w
""e got? Patched trousers and a THE GOOSE AND THE .2 l 1 M I Beer and Wine Duval At PetronU Street t 612 Duval Street
1 ,
1 1' 11
sore nose. i GANDER I 1M y I i
j C. E.: SMITH Agent

The Ethiopians beat kettledrum !, I Matinee era 15-20c: Balcony: Night, IOc: ;15-2Sc Orches. I Key West. Fla. _. I I HOTOGRAPIiYESTEVEZ I i] SERVICE STATIONSWEETING'S i BAKERIESMALONEY

t. arouse their warrorS. '
Over here different -- ---- -- t r : ,
we use a --
-- -- :,- STUDIO j SERV. & PEACOCKBakers
method. Men listen to their wives '- I You'll Like The Print We Make i Paint Job That Hold STA.I of Baker Boy Bread
tell about their family and then
join the army. I .w, J Photo Enlarging A Specialty Expert Starter and Gen. Service Cake and Pastries
_. 1 I w I e. TFA : wa.1 606 Duval Street Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service Phone 818 812 Fleming St.
Fo <"ity CouncilmanA. i nvIlIiat Go iTO ., .: ,
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. Best treated I i k Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead COMPANY"Get COMPANY GONZALEZDry
withoutdosing' J .
I 1 street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view Our Prices First" Specializiuf in Fresh Fish CI.i.c-P..i.c

Y VS -TTERY soon each of our< 4 of the sea and overlooking Coral Park Sheet MeW Work, Dayton Pumps Foot of Front Street First Class Alterations j
friends will be receiving an For price and terms apply-to 132 SImonton St. Phone 536 ;Phone 44 Free Delivery 928 Division
"1"" 1II.1-1II1': IW'&Cl.Ii' ; 1m y
invitation to out Wedding; and '' _-*,< -K :T ,. t 4.
; we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get.** CLEANINGPRESSINGVOGUE COFFEE DRUGSORIENTAL
1PtlnsENnlll fDf// Ia I L. P. ARTMAN,

/ Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the The Citizen Office II CLEANERSI. TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS PHARMACYEmilio

YOUR tTUJ finest; and that u why we are inviting you to inspect our or J. Calleja. Prop. Ask Your Grocer For Romero Prop.
remarkable line of Steel
genuine Engraved Wedding -
!VACATION J Residence 1309 Whitehead Street 1 Day Service-Next Cuban Club Half Pound Pkgs. lOe: Phone 379 1000 Duval StreetPAGE
and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193. .- .

:: tHIS YEAR IN : I I .................................................

CITIZEN BUILDING i' FmmmmSUBSCRll3I you are looking for POULTRY, Recreat Visit

\I H- 1 : FOR THE CITIZ N-20c WEEKLY visit or call THE NAVY CLUB I

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xml resolution
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xml record header identifier 2008-12-01setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:subject Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )dc:description b Funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funding Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date November 6, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key WestNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida