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 7, 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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For 55 Years Devoted to the {"Ip. cst QEttt3cn' most country equable; with weather an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit
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City Clerk Wallace Pinder is a is in readiness for the polit- I

IN FIVE COUNTRIES GIVE ADDRESSESThe busy man these pre-election days, ica rally to be held 8 o'clock tomorrow WASHINGTON ARMISTICE\ DAY Resolutions To Be For

voting those who are to be ab-
\kent from the city on Tuesday, night at Bayview Park IS CELEBRATEDBY warded To Postal Authorities

(tly Ala'PoI Pr*..) import of Armistice Day i November 12, election day. when candidates to be voted for Nothing new has developed in Before leaving yesterday afternoon

HAVANA, Nov. 'I.-The hurricane will be brought to school children Absentee voting started sev- in the I, In Washington -
election to be held Novem-
that struck the East Coastof throughout the city tomorrow eral days ago, and up to 2:30 the bridge situation. The matterof by plane for Miami, Ruth ROTARY CLUB
ber 12 will address the voters.
Florida Monday was Nature's morning by a half dozen speakers o'clock this afternoon there had making the grant and allocation -I Bryan Owen, minister to Den-I I On Subject
who will appear in the various been 172 ballots cast and others The meeting was arranged for

latest contribution to the 1935 schools of the city to describe the waiting to poll. the purpose of giving any and all I is still pending and Mr. Por- mark, said that her all too short" INTERNATIONAL SEilVICE

bumper crop of Southern storms.In World War and to recall just what It is expected that before the candidates an opportunity to tell
ter is in Washington; awaiting the stay in Key West had been the Resolutions will be forwardedby
two months the the time expires for absentee PROGRAM PUT ON AT' REGULAR -
--since September signing of Armisticemeant. casting the people of Key West their in-
2-two orthodox and two extremely ballots there will be upwards of news. brightest part of her vacation in the JVloaroe county commit
tentions if elected I LUNCHEON: OF ORGANIZATION
radical disturbances have J. J. Trevor, commander of Ar- 200 votes polled.'PYNCHON. or reelededI I *
I As soon; as this is received it the states. The is sioners to th. postal authorities
torn Southern> taking as the case may be. reason ,
through seas, thur Sawyer Post, No. 28, American I TODAY
a death 1.11 in five countries Legion, this morning announced ACTINGAS Just how many will be heard l will be flashed to Key West and love Key Wt'st'and the delightful in Washington, D. c., asking thata
and the Bahama Islands estimatedat the various speakers who could not be definitely learned : the anxiously awaiting public will

approximately 2000 including will 1 appear in the schools tomor- but it is underso>> "l that severalof learn just what the outcome of the I people, many of whom art my The Key West Rotary at its six-day weekly mail service by

those who perished in resultant row to emphasize the fact that ENGINEER ONSEWERPROJECT! the old time spell-binders will I latest negotiations are. I dearest friends. plane be established between Key
floods. Property; losses ran into Armistice Day is more than a day : appear and 'other$ who have note Asked today if he had heard regular luncheon today, cehi'ed -

millions of dollars.! which will, give them license to re- ,er spoken in public will make I I anything on the bridge matter Mrs Owen carried with her West and Miami during the winter .

Monday's storm, like its immediate main,away from school. \ Ii I their debut as campaign: orators. from Julius F. Stone, jr., in two pictures made by WPA art- Armistice Day, and an Inter- season. This was decided at'

predecessor, did many unusual The speakers and the schoolsin i Should the weather be of the Washington M. E. Gilfond, WPA national Service Program was put the
and several "impossible" which they will appear follow: I kind which permits -jut'!ocr gatherings I administrator told The Citizen ists in Key West, one of whichis regular meeting of the board

things, and, weather observers Lieut. William Klaus, U. S. N.. officer FLORIDA WORKS PROGRESS it is expected there will be he had received a letter from Mr. an etching to be presented to i ton- last night.

here, veterans at the tropical in charge of the U. S. Naval ADMINISTRATOR HAS HAD I a record crowd out. Stone in which he indicated he was I President and Mrs. Franklin Dr. Wm. R. Warren spoke of] The matter of six day plane,
storm business, have been flabbergasted Station Monroe County High keeping in close touch with the Roosevelt."I D'I

at its conduct. School; W. Curry Harris, officerof MANY YEARS OF EXPERI- BLOW HEADINGIN situation and was doing all pos-j the significance ofi Armistice Day, service was brought to the attention

ThQ storms of September 2 and the local National Guard unit sible. want President and r.Irs.1 I calling attention to the various of the board
September 28 were listed as "reg Harris School; the Rev. Shuler ENCE IN THIS CONNECTION It is believed that during her I I Roosevelt to know this dear little I by Chairman

ular" disturbances with norrjal Peele pastor of the Fleming DIRECTION i iI stay Washington' which will bej| city," Mrs. Owen said, "and by I international efforts to secure Bervaldi who said that M. E. Gil-

behavior. The hurricane of October Street Methodist Church, Division I for one week at the White House,,| presenting .them this panoramic world peace through pacts and fond, WPA

22 acted more queerly than Street School; Capt. Robert Krueger -! E. A. Pynchon, Florida Works OF PENSACOLA I Dr. Ruth Bryan Owen will discuss view of Key West they will get I treaties. Germany, Japan and administrator, had

any of the four.It ; U. S. A., Convent of Mary the overseas bridges with an idea of the charm of the Italy were named as the chief s'n- taken the matter up with James

originated far to the south Immaculate; Aquilino Lopez, at-I Progress Administration Ad I .1 President Roosevelt land. Then, too, it will give is-I ners against the world's desire Yonge head of the MiamiKeyWest
and east of Cuba and started another evidence of the work
: torney, St. Joseph College and
; is consult, for
northward in its normal course. the Rev. Alfred DeBamtt, Dong- ministrator acting as : TROPICAL DISTURBANCE WAS which has been done by Public a stable peace. airways and expected his decision
Its first in t r PEACE JUSTICE'SCORONER'S Works artists." Charles Taylor read a paper on
heavy damage was
lea High School, for colored persons ing engineer on the sewer project I REPORTED. AS MOVING IN within a few days.
Jamaica. Next came Oriente .* In addition to the etching Mrs. International Commerce.

Province, Cuba and the Western Commander Trevor also an- in Key West, voluntarily without I NORTH NORTHEASTWARD : BILLS Owen took with her a water color William IL Malone gave a report Present were Chairman Carl

portion of Haiti. It then turned nounced that arrangements had cost the project or to other i scene which is to go to the lega- of the visit of the commission BervaMi, ComauBSMMiers Braxton

-routhwestward hereto unheard -' been made for the fire department ::0 any I DIRECTION tion in Copenhagen, Denmark. It, which recently went to Cuba B. Warren ad Nathan Nile. (lei k

of procedure-and struck to toll its bells for five "* ARE HELD IN VALID she pointed out, will be a con and interviewed President Men- Ross C. Sawyer. Attorney WJam'!:

Honduras. minutes, beginning at 10:50 stant reminder of this tropical! dieta in the matter of Cuban aid V. Albury Sheriff K. O.
a. m., Thompson -
Observers were still in a state signalizing the start-of the silent With 25 years of experience behind (n, AI.t .'r ..) city while she is in that snow in securing the rebuilding of the I Chief Deputy Bernard Wait-,

of perplexity over such cyclonic period, in memory of the men and him, most of which was spent, JACKSONVILLE Nov. 7-- I E. R. LOWE OF TAVERNIER bound city. railroad connecting Key West and Tax Assessor J. Otto Kirchheiiu-: ,
conduct when another "freak" The tropical disturbance which She displayed particular interest the mainland. President Men-
women who lost their lives in the! in work of this nature Mr. I Tax Collector Frank Ladd, a.a: a
attention north Pynehonjs : struck the lower east coast of.r PRESENTS COSTS TO COM"M'ISSIONERS in the which showed dieta showed
began to attract World War. At 10:55 a. m., thebell&wIt etching a grasp of the manyHRl6s.of number of iatereatejf _eiUaen- )
and raslj 4Lliernulda-the Atlantic } ringingand ... well. qualified ".to--assist 'Florida,'principally in the--MiaEJ '- ar ..---.n dR'"%frontrandkytiaey *t s -roWetn--and-.offR* -.
-cease for "AT
Ocean. It kicked traditionto five minutes every Key West citi- Key West in the WPA' project!. area, and which went out to sea, MEETING 'number of fLuermen. and the ed his full cooperation in the matter To Purchase Bonds

the four winds and started zen is to stand, in silent tribute to which ultimately will give this)t was today reported as moving in LAST NIGHT"E. quaint houses. j it was. said. The commission I 1- It was unanimously decide' i to

southward instead of northward. the victims of the war. At 11 city sewers. With experienced: a north, northeasterly direction .- When the plane was leaving: also interviewed the mayor of purchase certain bonds which had
During Sunday night it appeared o'clock between Pensacola and Apalachi- there were many persons it the. Havana and various other leading been offered for sale to the ci" >1->
to have swung more to the heard at, the the firing squad t will be [ engineers of this kind volunteering -(f cola and was about one hundred j ji landing barge to bid her fare I citizens of that city. I ty through W. V. Knott, 'u. :
Navy Ball Field. I R. Lowe, justice of the I
true south but Monday it veered their assistance, it was pointed miles distant from these points! well and wish for her a return Resolutions were adopted expressing i treasurer, and county trea:-- r<', ,
The speaking tomorrow i in the j i peace for the Third Monroe County -
sharply! to the west and beat its schools of the city is only a I out this morning, Key Westers-:when the last report was issued. I),i District at Tavernier, had no I visit in th4 not too. far distant the appreciation of Key !I ex-officio. of Monroe county.
way inland near Miami. |I Pensacola was making everyi ture. fu-I West for the courtesies A communication from M'I .
[ j many: ,
should !
to activities put forth effort : :
runner which every toj I legal right to render bills as
Estimates, of ,the season's storm fore.1 : preparation in the way oL boarding -i j She was .to' 1e. guest last n tended to the commission x'-j Knott gave a list: of the bon.U. !
havoc placed the dead in Haiti at take, place Monday i carry the job through to eom-:i! up windows and battening up I J|: coroner ex-officio in invest.igationson of the. MiaiuIfpme'Maiters! Club,;.'President Mendieia, Dr.' *. '}'. and prfeeaauked.. Purchase W II II>!

approximately 1000 in the October -. Armistice.anniversary of the signing )I pletion in the shortest possibly|I''houses today as a (precaution deaths due to the" hurricane on members of i jijiich, it will J be're--1'rill, Pedro Morin of the Hotel be mad$ frost gasoline taxes; 0.\ i-,

22 storm. Oriente Province,I 110 A parade, starting atj 1.I time. j i'against heavy winds expected,j!the I Florida Keys. called, visaed1 Key West last/j//Royal Palm, the mayor of Havana ed by Monroe county and IP ne'
a. m., an aquatic meet, a field William V.
Cuba, lost 20 lives in the while Apalachicola making Albury, attorney and the hands o% the state boani of ad-
same Twenty of the 25 years of experience -| was also .' "spring. Today will be spent in I public press.
meet baseball
boxing for the board made this statement
disturbance. game in from different Mi- : The club mi tr.tion. A ; ]
I ready protection visiting sections of expressed its coopera- very appreciable
matches, and Armistice which are Mr. Pynchon'shave I
an Day at the board meeting last
Approximately 400 were killedin damaging winds. ;I I ami with friends. tion with the movement to secure saving in the county's outstanding
ball sponsored' by the American been spent in Florida. He! I night and continued "I told Mr.!"
the Florida Keys in the Labor The advisory issued today was ] Tomorrow morning Mrs. Owen for Key West a daily air mali indebtedness is effected by these
Day storm of September 2, and Legion, are other features planned i is a graduate civil engineer, to the effect that the disturbance 1: Lowe this" in the presence of theI will leave uy plane, arriving in service. The sympathy of the I purchases, it was shown.

on September 28, over 50 were for Monday's celebration. licensed to practice in Florida, was 150 miles slightly east :I sheriff. Washington in time for dinner at'!' club was sent to the Miami Rotary!I Telegrams authorizing the ;purchase -

killed in and around Cienfuegos, and has had wide experience in of Pensacola, and in all) probability I j I i Mr. Lowe's bill for these serv-I the White House with! President j Club in the destructive visitation of the bonds!" were last men'

Cuba. FIGHTING OVER construction work siaiilar to the would reach the cot early j i j" ices was brought to Key West ,y and Mrs. Roosevelt whose guests ) of the "Yankee Hurricane,"f. forwarded to Tallahassee and the

The Honduras death estimates sewer project now under in tonight east of Pensacola or near i! Captain Eugene Demeritt, of the she will be until November 16. |I which misssed this city. necessary resolutions will be :-"rit
way I( '
have been conflicting ranging ; Key West. Apalachicola. ferry system.An | Visitors included David Ilarpon out in the mail today.

from 150 to 700. Loss of life in RIVERJflNTROL!! A considerable part of the pro-I _. i'I itemized bill showing the PARROTT COMES i i lI j I of New York Harold L. Smith of I Chief Harry Baker, of the Key:

the Bahamas was slight. i jest will have been completed by, ADVISORY I I costs in each inquest, accompanied it| Madison, Wisconsin and Key West Fire Department, addro.1 I

I mid-winter, it has been by explanatory letters and [ West; Carl Bervaldi, ehainantotl| the board relative to a piece 0;'
,I death certificates was read by I TO PORT TODAY [ the county commissioners; Bob fire apparatus which is in lIon.tfJlYI ..--
necessary ex- 9:30
J. BOYD MEETS : a. m. Trop-
pected cooperation can be had 1( ical disturbance of small Clerk Sawyer. The number of in- ;r| Spottswood, and Hnrvjire\ Esquin 1 bet which he says belongs
IN CONFLICT I area apparently I quests was 64 and amount of the I aldo. t
( { Key West
I I ---- department
I t
from the
men on the job. central 150 miles j ..'
slight-j i bill is A letter indicated
$459.20. -
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WITHOFFICIALS OVER ISSUEpfNAtmVG. ly east of south of Pensacola:; 'I there number of VESSEL: RETURNS FROM RECENT !' J Mr. Baker says he was !given to
I were a CUBA s understand that two of these engines -
GEORGE I Fla, moving apparently north-j SIR. HAS
others to fellow.I .
, SCHUTT northeastward" attended by shifting I II [I TRIP'MADE TbA which, had been purchased
'fa' J The board decided that the .- for at
CAME TO KEY WEST IN INTEREST .> <1<\a'', '._1.... rr...) gales over a small area near !',I whole procedure preposterous EVCRCLADE.J; I use the camps during the
: was PORT 30 PASSENGERS: bridge roe truction: work on the
OF INCREASED Nov. .-Authori- TO MANAGE NEW I I center. If present tendency continues ;'I and the claim was recorded as being -' Keys were to be the property of!
'r"Jo' center will reach coast -
tte s of provinces are fighting ': refused. Peace Justice Lowe I Key West when work ceased

MAIL SERVICEJ. over what to do with the Yellow FISHING CAMP,: early tonight east of pensac.-ola'i will be so advised. Ferry Joseph R. Parrott arriv- : : 1 One of these has been broughtto
I River, "China's Sorrow." possibly near STEAMSHIP FLORIDA DUE TO
I ed this morning from Port Everglades Key West but other interest's
attended by gales which be I
Shantung half of has ; may
I been under this dangerous over a very small area j MAKES SURVEY OFSTEAMSHIP with 16 cars: for Key West ARRIVE THIS AFTERNOON j[ had gained: possession of the other
R. Boyd, superintendent of( and will load with, cars from hereto ; and when asked to deliver the engine -
want to divert the C LONG TIME MANAGER OF near center. Caution should be
mighty current FROM HAVANA
the United States Railway Mail continued in be taken to the port for trans- i[ to the chief refused. Mr.
affected and
back area
service with headquarter' in Jacksonville into channel through LONG KjiY CAMP WILL ASSUME storm warnings remain YARDSOFFICIAL fer north. The ferry is sched- | Baker produced correspon'Vnro!! !
which it flowed before displayed
who, was in Key'" est 1854, from i I uled to sail this afternoon. i and a lengthy newspaper article
when" it snitched to its present CHARGE OF NEW I Cedar Keys Fla.. to the
yesterday left yesterday by planefor Cars Nine Steamship Cuba arrived this:
outlet mouth of the Mississippi; River. arriving were: cars (i to support his contention It wn=
Miami. Shantung.This PLACE AT BCCA CHICA of gasoline, one car of sand, one morning, from Tampa with five decided by the board to hold l the
Mr. Boyd confe-red with Postmaster would fix everything, say APPRAISES HOLDINGS of meats,. one of merchandise, first class passengers far KeJ !,,matter over until next week whena

Sam Harris and later with the Shantung officials for there TWO OF ALIENS I OF CLYDEMALLORY and four cars of machiney for the West, no seconds; 23 first class'' full board will be present.

M. E. Gilfond. WPA administrator. would be no more floods in Shan-I George; Schutt. who for Key West Electric company. and two seconds for Havana. j I Officers Reports Read

The necessity of increasedmail tung.But years LINES HERED. Ferry Palma which is now plying The ship also brought 14 ton ;'
the old was manager of the Long Key HELD. RELEASED County Judge Hugh Gunn's report -
channel runs)
service, especially with the direct between Havana and of freight and 59 sacks of mail ;;
through northern Kiangsu Fishing Camp, has signed a contract of liceaaea issued during the
Steamship Florida discontinuingservice province Port Everglades is expected to for Key West; one ton of freight,
i to become of the month of October to other than
between' Miami and Key and authorities there eoin-j manager D. Hargan of the TiltHargan -!.arrive at Key West Saturday with and 40 sacks of mail for Havana. :
West next week, was thoroughlygone plain the Shantung plan would | Boca Chica Fishing ,Camp now MEMBERS OF CROUP OF FIVE company of New' Tories\ 'in I cars of freight consigned Jo local Steamship Florida is due to are, merchant, showed revenue of
send turbid floods f j under course of construction by $404 for the state and $283.oO;; )
over their fertile I
; into and it is understoodthat Key West in connection with appraisals i merchants. rive from Havana this ]
Mr.\ Boyd will make the plains every time the Yellow Captain Luther Pinder. ARRESTED' IN KEY WEST of the holdings .of the will sail 10 o'clock tonight'j for the county.
recommendations to goes on a rampage.FELLOWSHIP. Shortly after he conceived the Clyde-Mallory lines': M ; for Miami. .' Tax Collector Ladd's report
necessary FEW WEEKS AGOTwo ,
I idea of the. Captain Pinder showed
FORCES depoaits of $2.aVR.0or
camp COUNTY '
Washington.! He has been making a thorough I Steamship Oiarkof the Clyde-: ;
began negotiations for fe. mana41
; liquor and beer licenses and $1.-
investigation of the prop 'lty in Mallory Lines, is due to arrive
\ CLUB ger. Up to the time, it was, r InI I 440 for the
poll taxes daring
SUING OWN SON learn-I company with C. ,E- Smith, agent TO RECEIVE PAY j Key West tomorrow night from|
ed that Long Key would of the five aliens who were month. of October.
J i' I I I for the company in Key. West, New Orleans en repute to Miami j
rehabilitated he had Dot settled arrested in"4 Key West several ,
I Report of Thwp!on -
WICHITA Kans.-Mrs.\ Martha TO MEET TONIGHT} }I and expects to leave on the and Jacksonville.. t
j on any one. weeks ago by members of the I deposits) of $81.77 during
Watson of this city is suing! 1 II I ida tonight for :Miami en Flor-'I Freighter Colorado of the same
When announcement was made United States Immigration Patrol, Another for October. .
day county
her own son for a board bill of' New\: York. pay lines is due to reach port Sunj'day
$100.25. i that there would"1 no activity at have been released, having furnished !}I -.employes;, real announced today by )' morning from New York enj I Clerk Sawyer reported! tax certificated -
!I There will be a meeting: of the I Long Key, Captain Pinder start- the required bond. Clerk Ross c. Sawyjer. This will i purchased and redeemed
ica I I newly-organized Boys' Fel'owsrtip) ed a correspondence with Mr. Hamaspour Kaloresdian, Ar- I be for employes of the county who !I route to Tampa. j II. during the Month of October

I| Club held tonight at the Knight/; Schutt, arrangements were satis- menian woman, was released last Fruits and VegetablesString receive their emoluments from t; I..amounted to 3205.77; $2.909.01in

of Pythias hall, beginning at 7 J factory to both parties and Mr. week and proposes to leave tonight I Beans, Peas, Okra, the General Revenue Fund and I Iis cash $29 .76 in bonds.

$ ; o'clock according to announcement Schutt will, arrive in Key West on the Florida en route to Squash' Cucumbers Etc Plant, for the month of August, 1935. ,| FRL-SAT. SPECIAL i Commissioner Warren railed

rams made today. t' next week to look over the prograss join her daughter in New York, I I Grapes, Apples, Pumpkin _dl''I Mr. Sawyer advises that checks MILK CHOCOLATE AND DATE: :attention to the application of W.

and t-f ure ': There will be degree work put I of the work and make arrangements Giovanni Guerriero. Italian, has many others at- are being' drawn this afternoon.'tI NUT LAYER 35c'' :F. Sawyer for aJminricn to the

WHISKIES AND GINS on, with other features: for the for taking over the I been negotiating with relatives Charles Tift's Grocery and win be available during regular CAKES, only ._...n........ "county bone for the poor and in-
,' session, which is expected to 'lxeI camp management about Janu- for bonds. These were posted to- I I I hours tomorrow in Mr. Saw 'digent. Before any action is
1101 Division St. Phone 29 MALONEY & PEACOCK
J I i well-attended. ary 1. day and he was released. yer's office. 1 I' (Continued oa Page Three)

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THE bt Published CITIZEN Dally PtOLUllaorG0.EfJttf-Cfflfrg.: : ..uUy, By I' C. __ I. Eighteen years. ago, on November 11, KEY WEST INfDAYS'GONEJBY: l IT.TODAY'S WEATHER ']11 I ITemperatures' ,POUTICAL Today In Historyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeee

... P. AHTMtN. Prealdeat 1918, the world rejoiced wildly over the 'ANNOUNCEMENTS 1811 Indians
JOB ALLEN. Asslstaat H.....r Happening Her Jest 10''TsarsAg and tonight- possibly reaching 1] defeated by Gen.
1 1Highest :
signing of the Armistice which brought'the Harrison at Tippecanoe, Ind.
From The Cit'Bu.11ng Today 'A. Taken FrontThe i ........__._......___...............82 gale force shifting to northwest I i
Corner Greene and ,Ann Street greatest war in history to a close. Peacewas File. Of The Citixea f Lowest ....__.......... ...... .. '......_7G and diminishing late tonight or'' CITY ELECTION NOVEMBER 1837-The Akon TragedytheRev.

Mean ..._ ___. .. ..._.79 12, 1935 .
Only Dally Newspaper County.Entered In Key. West and Monroe officially proclaimed by the adoptionof A political mass meeting will Normal Mean: U'hU"".. ......76 Friday; overcast weather tonight]t I........................ anti-slavery Elijah P. Lovejoy editor at Alton of
an -
the Treaty of Versailles on June 28 of beheld MondaY' night 8 o'clock at 'R.inf.n e and Friday with occasional show- For MayorDR. Ill killed newspaper
at Key West Florida as second clan: matter ; by mob.
the corner of Fleming and Margaret -! ers, probably squalls over north
-- --- --- .05 Ins.Normal'Precipitation .
the following year. t'sterda"s Precipitation H. C. GALEY
F1FT\'-! IXTII TEAR street. All candidates have! portion.WEATIIER'CONuhrioNS.
.... .09 Ins. 1885-(60 years ago) Last
Member .t the Associated Pre. For several weeks prior to the Armis- been asked to deliver addresses.} Tkbt Nvrru; s........ ..,..,." : Hpjr: -. f i ... For Mayor I:spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway -
the Associated Press la .exclusively entitled to use This will be the last opportunity .adieg .1 ft .'..-'" 1kk. re.rsi.a. I f '
tice events had been moving rapidly to- WM.H. MALONEFor driven.]
all news dispatches credited tot of ; 1 I
for reTiV.oAiiu': of addressing the voters. The PJ ToJ8ol'1'ew". Almeen I II

the;)r local not new otherwise* published credited here.NATIONAL In. this paper and also ward the inevitable defeat of Germany, O. S. of A,'band has1 been engaged! Sun rises ..._...........*.. 4- f':aT1." .I !I I I .f.t 1 ., Reelection I i IS 17-Russia's--'Day of the

whose hard pressed armies the to furnish music for the occasion! Sun sets ......._h........, 5:43 p. m. :i i The tropical disturbance of I .Proletarian Revolution"--Kerenky -
'. CIIORIAL were on _and it is expected a large crowd'I Moon rises: ....__.._u-... 4:"07 p. m. 1 small area, is apparently central For Councilman I government vertltr >WR and

a. ASSOCIATION'- verge of collapse. Only surrender could will be out. Moon sets ...*......__.....4:2,5' a. m.!: this morning about 150 miles j I DR. ARMANDO COBO Bolshevists led by Lenin proclaimed -
a:4eirtAP4.( .
I 93 Sone
avert the invasion of Germany territory, I I TOlbor.'Ti4ea i j[slightly east! of south of Pensa- -- Communism.;
- -- -- The morning'paper, in Tt. at- 1 For Councilman
Tear _. .. ... __.., .. _$10.00 with all its disastrous consequences. tempt to get its finger in the ad. A.M. P.M. cola moving apparently north- WILLIAM A. FREEMAN 1918 False Armistice
m .. ..._ High __ 7:53 7i34 I observed -
Biz Months .... ... ..... .-__ ---- 50 northeastward attended by "shifting -
tare* Months .1(0 Bulgaria had surrendered at Salonikaon vertising pie the chamber of commerce Low __._.._..__.__ 1:27 1:11 :1 I -News of Armistice, four days
')oe :Month ._-.__ ._.. _...._ .85 is preparing to bake, has I!I gales over a small area near ,For Councilman (.premature, joyfully greeted.JarkMMTfllv .
__....____ .20 Barometer 8 a. m. today: '
Weekly -----m. September 29; Turkey surrendered at been befogging the issue ever : center. If present tendency con-
ADVERTISING RATES Mundros October since the present drive for new Sea level. 30.06.WEA1..Ek ;: tmues the center will reach thecoast' CLIFFORD G. HICKS j mitmf Hter
Hade known on application. on ; Austria-Hungary members projected by the '
: early tonight east of Pen-
1 For Councilman THE SEMINOLE
SPECIAL NOTICEAll surrendered at the headquarters of Gen- chamber. It was understood that _FORECAST j f i f sacola possibly near Apalachicola. : -
reading notices cards of thanks resolutions of the first $12,000' raised would be MARCOS A. MESA, SR.
reape. .t. obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at eral Diaz, the Italian commander, on November used for advertising city of Key, (Till 8 p. m., Friday) I|I .
Pressure low this
the Notices rate of for 10 entertainments cents a line. by churches from whichrevenue 3, leaving Germany with the alter- West in out of town papers. Thisis Key.West and Vicinity: Mostly I]I! over the Lake is Superior region, I For* CouncilmanJIM ......."...;.:.fGI

a The :"alien Is to Is Le an derived open forum are 5 cents and Invites a line.discussion I native of surrendering or attempting to do time to play tickle, tickle me,' cloudy tonight and Friday with Duluth Minn., 29.76 inches, and ROBERTSI '" ,.
of public Issues! and subjects of local or general and 111 tickle you. When the pu b- I high over the North Afantic: r <11
Interest but It will not publish snot'ymous communl- I continue the hopeless struggle alone. lisher of The Citizen was asked, I // ,,4 '$ :j I States Boston, :Mass, and North-I I For City Councilman ;

cations. _-- Germany had appealed to President I for his ideas he said to reach the' j field, Vt., 30.40 inches; while J. B. SULLIVANFor '
Wilson for peace terms as early as October greatest number of people the advertisements J: snotber: area of high. pressure extends i I ;;-' I
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KET WEST I should be placed in r I from the North Pacific Police Justice -_ Ba
G, and the time between that date and'the e'J ,I Ir : -
I papers in cities whose residents or, / \ m I States southeastward to the lower T. S. CARO
Armistice was devoted by diplomats to :sojourners it is desired reach.,! / / 1 Mississippi Valley, Spokane, J.rk MTlll*. Florida
working out terms to be demanded. These i The chamber of commerce wants'! -- ""-r y ';Itp ; Wash., 30.48 inches. Rains have Chief of Police cn.I*. IU CRI- FR. Mmmmgfr
I i to tell the world) about Key West,' I/ occurred during the list 24 hours A human home-like I..tltutt0a
1. Waterand Sewerage. ". I terms, as finally presented, were extremely I and the way to tell the outside f ; from Texas northeastward over MYRTLAND CATES I where_ find year ImHrtdeal
I p* rrt a d rtertalBMieB a matter -
2. Bridges to conlt: Road..... t o'ilalnS ..-.' I drastic, and stripped Germany of all mili- i world is not through Key West L ': ,:the Ohio Valley, and in manysections For Captain of Police I of great importance.:
J I'" '.J. I j and naval South
which enable
tary power might papers., Showers Mostly Cloudy eastward over -
s .ot'r :. to, her to take the offensive again. : Atlantic States and there has I. 1 I A ateel .._...... ..'W'.1Ir IeaetedM
Free: Port. !"I1IH. occasional showers; moderate| been 'rain or snow in the Lake the keart .r the cite:
About members of the
250 I
The Armistice ended the actual southeast winds. For Captain of Police ,
i. /1,"-I" ', .1 fight- or south I Superior region. Temperature : i --o-
4. Hotels and Apartme_} j American Short Line Railroad) Association Florida: Mostly cloudy tonightand ROBERT J. LEWIS: Ever Room with Combination Tab
ing, but many of the problems arising from I arrived in the city today. with occasional show-I have fallen in the Atlantic States i and Shower Bath: Radio. Blectrle
5. Bathing Pavilion. the World War are yet far from settle They will) leave this evening'for'a Friday gas far south as North Carolina, "Bobby" I Ceiling Pan, Slat Door for Summer
somewhat cooler in north- ,
; Ventilation Comfortable Beds wit
in other
and have risen most
6. Airports-Land and Sea ment. Even during' recent weeks it has at trip to Havana and will return to west portion Friday.Jacksonville sections SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT 1 Mattresses of Inner SprlBg Coa-
from the Plains States east-
West Most Of the strvctlon and Individual ReadIng *
7. Consolidation of County and City times appeared that another Europeanwar Key Tuesday. to Florida Straits: ward. I Lamps.
members were out fishing, today --
Governments. imminent and in view of the invasion Moderate southeast or south' G S. KKMNKDY.Officer : i RATE
vas some of them with their wives winds increasing somewhat over WAVES >!..!.
who proved adept "fishermen". in Charge i 7K! Roa<.. Private Bath ____ az.**
of Ethiopia by Italy, the situationat extreme north portion becoming fwo Permanents
I gg.QQ He R.a_s. Private Bath __. XM
Late this afternoon they will takea fresh and I for ._..
the moment is extremely tense.It !! mostly overcast tonightand i 4 R. Private Bath -- SOS
Do not forget to'vote next Tuesday.It ride around the city; before embarking Friday with occasional show BENJAMIN LOPEZ Better Wave. $5.00 and .p Z4 R. _.. Private Bath ___ ....
is encouraging to note, however, Havana. IS Saatple R__.. Private Bath ....
for the trip to ers.. FUNERAL HOMEServing MRS. MILLER i
that the United States seems determined to Bird M. Robinson. president ofl East Gulf: Moderate southeastor 1 407 SoMth'Street: Pbo. 574.. 1
is quite convenient, cnditions being the association told The Citizen Key West
keep out of another conflict, and this determination south winds over south and .
I Half Century --- -- --
what they are, that dieting is fashionable. that 492 railroads are representedby central portion and increasing Ir--
is in keeping with the desiresof the members. 24 Hoar Amb lane SerrJeo
group southeast or south winds over I Licensed Embalmer

Politics being what :hey may be, we an overwhelming majority of the Am- extreme north portion probably t Phone 135 Night 69ft-\\ -
erican people. City council members) met last becoming strong this afternoon MONEY
offer no prediction as to who will be the night with E. O. Mills and other DEPOSIT YOUR

winning candidate. representatives of the Bartholemew -1- ,

-- Louis and the matter of city planning I Ii
Haile Selassie promised that he would I Illustrating the present trend of goodwill I was discussed at length. The 1I I

lead his cohorts in battle. Now altogether: advertising, a plan adopted by a rail company 000 for submitted complete a mapping bid of $11-of I t YOUR TOWNAll
"Haile, Haile the gang's all here.
.. road in the South is interesting I the city with all necessary I
L... monuments to be established. The I
Recognizing the important function of I -, -
Teacher a ked Willie if; his father the local station agent, through whom council I failed to agree on the matter -I Modern Banking Facilities: ,;
of a contract to hold a meet-
said grace at breakfast, and'received the most patrons of the road have their only ing next week at which time the L Commercial and Savings Accounts

reply: "No, he said got c j on the bacon contact with the management and its policies -i company will submit another bid. 1
for it's 45 cents a pound.." the new advertising seeks to bring the on I

agent in closer touch with his A pretty compliment was paid }
yesterday afternoon to Miss Nina J The 'Fust> 'N i ions l Bank ol'Key'West
We know at least a dozen men, right This is done in a quarter-page space in Hill Phillips, a bride to be, when I .

here in Key West, who can solve the prob- the local paper, with a picture of the agent Mrs. William R. Warren invitedthe .

lems of the universe faster than you can and a little sketch of his services with the members of her bridge club THE ARTMAN PRESS : Member of the Federal Reserve
I and a few of Miss Phillips in-
put:the propositions before them. road, accompanied with reading matter '
timate friends to a bridge partyat : Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance
explaining how he may be of greater serv- her home 511 Eaton street. Six The Citizen Building : f

Out of the mouth of another babe ice in advising the public concerning! their tables were arranged for bridgeand i Corporation

comes wisdom. Asked what was the most traveling and! shipping problems.This several rubbers played. The :I
highest score was made by II,
wonderful thing ever made by man, a Kansas is in line with the policy of many James Roberts. Mrs. Robert Lewis I i .

{eight-grader answered: "A living for retail stores, which include pictures of I won second prize, and Mrs. Thomas .---- -- --------i --- .- .------.
K. Warren, the consolation.The i
his family. their leading salespeople in their advertising -
wedding of :Miss Phillips to
from time to time. There is some- Captain Warren J. Watrous will
Money talks glibly and when it does! thing about this kind of advertising which be a quiet event of Tuesday,'
everybody listens. Poverty \\alkst too, but compels attention, for nothing in the world November 10. .s./ ... teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

haltingly, and most of us turn a aeaf ear, is more interesting than people, par-
Editorial comment: A fool
unless we have two good atiHcfc';Hvl nfl t tis ticularly local people. there'was and he saved his rocks SPECIAL OFFER ON

more convenient to turn oar' Intimate, friendly advertising is to a even as you and I;- hut he took

:.o.t...', !.it. .),,,.f great extent taking the place of the bombastic them when out a salesman of his old called strong with some box

Presqmablythe: :farmers are 1 satisfied, exaggerated style so prevalent a wild cat stocks and the fool was : : :
at last; the governmert guarantees'them a few years ago. The new method is more stripped down to his>aocksfc even GENUINE GLASSBAKE: COOKING WARE

'profit. The taxpayers will be next to ask pleasing and interesting-hence more as you and I..

for a bounty so that they can pay their profitable to the advertiser.KEY .
Key West is represented this
taxes to the government, so that the gov-
week at the World Court 'con-
ernment can pay the largess to the farm- WEST'S ISOLATION COMES TO AN END ference being held in Atlanta,

e!",. It might prove to be a vicious! circle. i --- Ga.. by Miss Blanche Curry, 11111 tiff t Gs i'i i I
daughter of Mrs. Walter P. Curry -
(Tampa Times)
i 221 Duval street. Miss Curry
This is an inconsistent world. Mussolini Key West cut off from automobile traffic is attending Florida State College) NIj

hag been advocating; large families with the mainland since the September 3 hurricane for Women at Tallahassee and is I

and after their arrivs" he must fit+d room 1 I has again resumed this traffic. one of our students selected tort'prt'l''lt

to place them-rolor.aticn:: becomes I: Automobile ferries are operating; between the college.

nece-sary. This ret'.u'res', the killing of I I highway links providing not only a badly needed The First Tent and Awning .

thousands of humai. beings, who also have \I! service for the Island City but a picturesque! and company has selected'a'site for

a right to I live. 3irth contro1 may; be the j I unusual one as well.) the business. This is at the cornerof I

solution of this complex question" thoughwe It is unfortunate that the oversea railroadwas Material Margaret has and been Fleming ordered streets.from 'a i

are not an advocate 01 that method, by I I damaged to such an extent that it could not' New Jersey company and will be _

any means. be readily repaired. The railroad may not be here infa few days. _ _

laced back: in operation for-a; considerable time; ': .,For Councilman

Millions of Americans will fail to understand I I it may take another era of prosperity a in Cuba to,: f I, 'F.. F.- HOFFMAN

Professor Hans Spemann, teacher warrant the expenditure: of $$2,500,000 replace .

of zoology at the University of Freibunj. I t the tracks washed away by. the,..d. m.I i weekly.'Subscribe'to;'to-The' Citizen-20

Recently awardel the Nobel Prize for I :Little -
: passenger traJgLentered Kef West T>y, s
Medicine which carries a ah award of i\ railroad most of it utilf'tf; the automobile road I

about $42,000 the learnea urother wonders I I j and ferries. The railroad,' however was a neces- I. KEY WESTCOLONIAL i

"what one can do with so much money?" f I j I sary utility for the transportation of supplies es- HOTELIn South 'Florida, Contracting & Engineering Co.

Professor; Spemann point jut that he has I i pecially water which in prolonged) dry spells is the Center of the Business

all the medical in trurr tA: lIe needs. He !I J shipped in by tank can and Theater District
Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
may be a very learned man, so far as I j Key W esters, however have much to be Flrtl Clas ---Fireproof I' .

medicine goes", and as the news dispatches thankful for in the reopmnsY of highway links SeasibU Rates .. "Your home is worthy of the 'best"eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

-;tate. "much in love with his work," hut ; oVer the keys. Automobile and visitors may again
1 COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI -.................... ......* 'eea
practically any American citizen Mu1cI l enjoy one of the most DIMMM! America 'e........................e............e...e..S.e......................................

give him, offhand, a few hurdrcd.pointers I and visit a city where native titana .fe being eul- Garage) Elevator II .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeoeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*

in regard to the disposal of the 42000. |I tivated to good advantage. Popular PrUes '





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t Service o 'Wett!I I

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S.P O.RT ) the character of yesterday the (Continued from Page One) ,I 1800-Platt R. Ohio
araursiai .4 Fonweorflk. Td flke to go home now : hours taken on the application the Spencer
fml ..r .a.p *. rri-d, she said softly. Pleale.-r morning giving a portion teacher of writing organizer of
J dgt EfUope tkat .*. i. mot cu board decided to conduct an investigation [
'res9Ater A. wally Parna- Rob didn't answer 8e 6f the joviality of the latter part business colleges' originator of a

ratAs.A.r.4., sad tAat(*. r tarp.tat.-
..w <.. ?rovi tont ol IMt* Fantt- savage meshing of gears sent the ... ernoon's tendencies shading off The' case'of-B. E. Bevan, inmate Fishkdl, X. Y. Died May 16,
port*'. will 4n** doN sot know 'I
down 1804.
hurtling steep
,w*. ._.<.. .18 anticipate_fort ear ---- --, much weaker. This latter part of the home, was brought np I
fro Rob the great grey house which!, -- !I
Crocker kct *ame and
...ool a..ep.r of U P.rwai ortA spelled a monument to all his hopes. t bestows a very enthusiastic temperament : for discussion, it being the opinion

1 ai..!*TiM. .ilMtloit Aowctwr, cUtta 6ft?
*sur.front 0' '** .ota* '*'* **** helped Anne to alight loses its force and may degenerate !I should not be permitted, to remain Chicago sculptor of his day. born

"But Ill see yon tonight the and- ARMISTICE:DAY OVER ABC TEAM I into l listlessness in the It was definitely stated at Wellstown,, N.. Y. Died at
den doubt caused Anne's voice to 'cAME'IfoNIdHT I II Osceola, Wis., Aug. 19, 1895.
Chapter 12 falter. I latter hours of the day. I that this income, which is in the

CAD IN ACTION' "I dont know Anne"he answered t!I I form of a pension amounted 'to

""WH Y. h. ant da a thing like frankly.'"This has" about knockedme WILL BE HELD AT NAVY i (By JOVE) !I GAME PLAYED YHSTERDAY: :: and B. Lowe; E. Roberts and I $25 monthly and with that he 1847-Lotta Crabtr, celebrated

for s goal, ril telephone. I I I Tonight the Bakers will cros' i I Rueda. should be able to take care of, actress, born in New York City
that began Rob. belligerent She watched he turned to the AFTERNOON AT BAYVIEW !I '
as FIELD UNDER AUSPICES OF : bats with the Embalmers at ay- I I Died in Boston Sept 2$, 1924.
Ty. 'Well take that to court. It wont ear Not a word of sympathy for her. I I Park. The will' be e I LEGALSOTirK i himself
He went'down thd driveway and disappeared AMERICAN LEGION POST view game PARK ENDED IN 6-3 SCORE I I Matter Held Over -
)b. bard to
prove that accident to- called at 7:30 o'clock sharp. ,
paired 1> his rea pJ.Wh7- Anna no; She around mustn't the'turn withoutwaYDg. Sharlee I Lights will.go on at 6:50 o'clock. I I \ OP MTFR' ** .,*LB Whether to remove him from 1850--\Viiham M. Beardshear,
cry. IS Hf:REm GlEN, thai
I will Ward and'M., NOTICE the United Brethren clergyman, Iowa
latter who.lSored his daughter Batteries be the home or to have matron
a* would be watching from behind the 1 1I I r f (By JOVE) under and by virtue of and pur.t
;Lake seemed to'addro" would curtains (By JOVE) Acevedo for the Dough boys, and suant to that certain decree mad legally appointed to administrate college president, U. S. Indian
( you on Monday : The High School diamondball and entered on the 15th day of
In the
evening for the born at Dayton
Gates commissioner,
!leave bli own'flesh and;blood with "Glad you're'home. 'Mlu'AnneButtons' ; (Armistice Day boxing card I I C. and Inpraham i iI i! outfit of the Social League were t Jane, A. I>. U3..., by the Honorable jiis income, is a matter which will
greeted her'warmly"as"he ) a Funeral Homers. ; .I"rh'rpI It Browne, Judge of the Ohio. Died Aug. 6, IH!.
}Jaothiag bat a hundred dollars a opened the door."Tbank"you. will be presented to local fans at i I I I defeated by the Administrationten I Circuit: Court of the TwentiethJudielal be decided at.a future meeting.
'month when be The show yesterday aternoon at Bay- Circuit of II on roe County I I
bad mllllona. Buttons. Her voice the Navy Ball Field. f Florida, in Chancery In that certain When the clerk! began reading 1858-Abram W. Harris, presi-
"I know Rob. but this was differnC trembled. "'Wl1Iyoll come up to my, will be under the auspices of the j i I view Park. The final score was cans! therein pending wherein W"m.1 I the monthly bills the reading was -
Northwestern Univ.
bait bring local American Legion post. The' Today's ' *: 6to3. H. Entwh.tle i. complainant, and of Justice dent of president
Ton see she hesitated because room In an hour and Maggie I [ Randall Adams, Jr.. and Sallie!interrupted when those of the Univ. of Maine Si. E.
she herself did not clearly see watt and If Mrs. Harney' comes'IDteU following bouts will be held: .. The Office boys scored three Adam. his wife, are defendants I of The Peace E. R. Lowe was Church educator born Philadel
her 1'want to see her;also." Emory Blackwell 170 pounds 'i runs in the third inning on abase j the undersigned Special Master In reached. in

flay behind Lnke'r sadden desire to Realization of their Impending will meet Young Alvarez," better' Eleanor Medill; Patterson of l!I on balls, an error and three I will Chancery offer, for appointed sale and by sell said at decree publici ,i I I Attorney Albury advised the phia. Died there, Feb. 22, 1935.

change his wfll. -yon. see dear. rm troubles made her own of less Importance known as Pimpey Rojas, for 10I, Washington D. c., newspaper I !ingle! They added three more I i outcry to the highest bidder for: board that Mr. Lowe had no legal I
;not his daughter. rm not even for the moment. She must rounds less. All the fans know'I! editor-in-chief: born in Chicago, in the fifth frame on two singles, t leash, before the front door of the bill for holding
or 1 t County Court Home In KeyVe t. right present a 1859-Henry Grier Bryant.Philadelphia's .
'legally adopted. Rob." the sob she put off the luxury: of tear until she how Rojas fights and'Blackwell I51 year.ago. a double and a triple. Monroe County. Florida, on Monday. inquests over' bodies of persons noted Arctic and
had had forewarned them of the change. This fight c II III The ABC team put over three December %nd, A D. 1933. (came beIng -
suppressed throughout en- Yvonne velvet needs 'no introduction. : I U. S. Senator Royal S. Cope- : a rule day of Mid Court and alegal :who lost their lives in the hnrncane. mountain explorer; born at AI-
was waiting her. a ,I tallies in the fourth, with five .
'tinn. morning! bunt In her' throat. lounging ,robe and slippers alone will be worth going to I land of New York born at Dexter singles ; hours sales of sale day)to-wit during between the legal II 1 t kghany, Pa. Died Dee. 7, 1932

"Rob. 1 don't know who I am. Just warmed a hearth fire crackling. field.Bobby Mich-, 67 years ago. i At bat Rueda knocked out j clock in the forenoon and 2 O'clockin I At the conclusion o{ the reg-
:'nobody." Waugh and Kid Moreno i the afternoon of said day the n tar meeting the tax adjustment'
"Maggie's She
a tray.
up the ni- inal Both I I Robert Lee Doughton representing I three safeties in four times up. following described property to I ,
will se '
fight co-d
Fumbling her bag toe a hand'kerchief says she has,made the scones you hit twosafe-1! satisfy said decree by payment of board met. Frank Bentley. man- 1867 Marie Curie. leoV-
shoulders shaking! with like. And Mrs.. Harney came In a weigh 121 pounds and they have I the 9th North Carolina Ily Goss and Whitmarsh I the amounts therein specified: I ager of the Trevor automobile erer with her husband of radium,
''sobs she waited for the comforting moment 'ago'and very mad about been fighting each other for the : district in Congress, born at'' in three tries. II Wickers f In Monroe County Florida; agency and Trevor and Moms the world's most foremost woman

'arms. Startled 'Into calm by their something. She has already had the last 10 years-and every time Laurel Springs, N. C., 72 years :I' connected for a triple with two Fart of 8, Government Township' Lot it 1 South. section -, II apartments appealed for a reduction -. scientist born in Poland. Died in
''absence she dried her I' j on bases in the fifth 'and he also I Range 38 Fast ,of Tallahassee
bad .ords..UK
eyes and Mrs. Farnsworth. they please. ago of personal taxes. An appreciable France, July 4, 1934.
,looked tackle Pi-, scored on an error ginns? his Meridian described as follows:
at him. He was staring Yvonne smiled In memory of'the Blondy Roberts will i I Southeast I reduction was granted.
straight ahead a baffled bewildered fray. Mrs Harney has such excel- Juan the fighting Key West cowboy Harold G. :Moulton, economi't-I club enough. runs to cinch the JI corner Commencing of Government at Lot Two Like action was taken in the Subscribe to The Gt en-20ctreekly.
'expression: on his face. I lent language weeth which to silence These boys weigh 124 president of Brookmgs I came: i I (!) Section Right (S> Township '
Rob!" she cried "don't, don't that woman." i pounds and we know Pi-Juan has tion. Washington, D. C, born i W. Wickers, AI. Lopez and I I tr-three Thirty-eiKht(C3(IS> )South Kant, Range from I case of Adams' Dairy and that oft

"look like that." I been fighting sometime and Roberts Le Roy, Miclu, 52 years ago ; Cervantes the three outfielders j I aid point; run North Ninety i (5e) Juan Lopez. Both of these citizens For City Clerk
"It's been a shock he arrived with I I for the Administration ten, play- I feet; thence run South forty-
muttered. tray Maggie protesting out trying hard to j were present and upon request -
t is
Francisco four Two
i William Denman of San (41) degrees Eaut.
1... I don't know what to say" volubly behind It"Wontbe I I make a name for himself in the = born there, ed a great game and accepted 12 I hundred twenty-four (Z2I) feet, I and explanations made the I For ReEtertfenPALACE
She mete be understanding! ; most bossed about by that circle. I noted lawyer :' flies without dropping one. Gon-, more <.r less to the waters of
:not crowd him with the squared "' 63 years ago. the Atlantic Ocean, then run I board authorized 50 per cent reduction I
questions, Miss Anne she had the 118 pounds, will zalez and $weeting, for the School I the beachmeander
M. Garcia. on
with the demands for reassurance of nerve to be teUin womaD.1 I accepted 12 chances I South Forty- for 1933 and 1934. I
me. I fight Young Santana 118 pounds. Baron Lionel H Tennyson of aggregation; to a point I !
Ills lore which came rushing to her Kearny. that I was not to' before I : in the infield without a miscneScore ; I four (14) degrees East of the
These boxers have met grandson of the famed starting point thence line
Tins. England ; run
that could SOME FAST EATER i: Bob Steele In
here yon come have been I j by innings: K. II E. hundred Forty-eight (148) feet
She must perhaps It she your meals And I up and told her !land r by special request ,j poet born 46 years ago. High School more or less, to the point of --:-- ( NO MAN'S RANGE

thought of something else. He was you'd have your meals whereiver 'rematched. They stole the show Sir Chandra-Raman of, Calcutta 000 300 0-3 7 2 beginning. HENDERSON, Minn. ElmerShalti .I l Serial: Adventarca Of
\QU1LINO JIL.Special .
fought.In LOPEZ.
lighting cigaret. She beard the fit that I'd thlm to thetop the last time they
you saw carry five-I University India famed physicist I Mat: -r in Chancery of this city, ate two poundsof REX AND RINTY
back click of the lighter u It snapped of a flag pole If yon took to sit the opening will event take the place and Nobel prizewinner born 47 Administration003 030 x-6 11 1 _ULAN It. LKARIx. JR., sauerkraut in 1 minute 59 l.Matiaeet'10.15ct Ni."t. 1S2SeT
In place. She would think of In' there. men battle royal Solicitor for the Complainant.
the will years' Batteries: B. Tinder Nelson oct31. noT7-14-Zl-2l .seconds ,
h ule. Anne smiled at the thought of and the last man on his i ago.

She looked towards. It. A carpen Maggie scaling a flagpole. "Thank he declared the winner.. Battle --- ---

ter had appeared at the windows! of yon Maggie but don't quarrel with royals have always pleased the! ( C

the breakfast room. She thought of them. public and this one will be TIOJ i

the curtains she had chosen for them. "I won't be needn to." Maggie declared exception. j jBARBQVSUOPEZ "

golden yellow, so that always the ,"it's qnarrelin'between. thlm-,
light filtering through would seem selves' they are. Mrs. Farley, she : : I T ", .
like sunlight' : .0'that always they! wanted thim scones she said to ; Tj

would stan the day off- make you toast she was that fond of : : '

longer"""Rob.-say she something could be, anything."I silent 'no.- her scones she and looked Farnsworth a Poland China told TOMORROW NIGHTBy 1 _..l < : :;: i 11Uthy: Sa. tf.kv .

don't kuo..hat to say" he re already and she wouldn't be ha rln' I 1
peated. then turned to be-'stern1y. the cook wark1n', overtime tryInMtofill !

""Anae you're known this alT along. her up when It couldn't be did. I ( JOVE)

YOlI"yelet me believe you were their and while they scrapped. I made : the Lopez 1 y
daughter. away with the scones." I Tomorrow will the I .t atP
Funeral Home ten play' :
"Rob.:didn't. I didn't know didn't I Because Maggie was watching., outfit in a regular 'Senior .- ao .
ha tor any Idea of'such a thing'nnta Maggie who had! made the scones you
this League game at Bayview
morning. and fought for their isafe'arrlnL
"Scithla'is what Sharlee'meant." Anne ate them dutifully wonderingwith Park.
he mnseo.-Lord.what a break 1"Bit- each mouthful if the next The Sandwich team has a very

teraets now. He'tossed the dgaret would pass the painful constrictionof good club and those boys will

away,'reached for another. Ignored her throat The scalding tea madeIt give any aggregation a fight for Well to Start with we take-tobacco

the lighter delved for a match possible and when the cook had the honors. They count among :

track it viciously,' then crumpled relaxed her vigilance. Anne turned their players the following
the stem under tense fingers. "\Vba, to Buttons and Mrs. Harney who Woodson Parks, Rosam Blondy from our own Southland -.mild 'ripe

a break. he repeated. had come In. I Roberts, Buddie Jones, Stanley !

"But Rob dont"ear'* as long as They gathered about her. wonder Machm. Carey H. Sands H. I : tobacco with lots of natural flavor ''but
I '
The other'doesa't
haye'you. and worry in their faces only Mrs Wickers and M. Griffin.Th .
ter. Remember how:you've always Harney realizing. In part what ''was Funeral Homers' team is '
said yon wished I was no harshness or bitterness.
poor so you coming.
too well known to fans to name
could really care for merCare' Anne told them of Luke Farn II .
their players here a
for you" he gave'a" short worth's. .will, and of the small part
laugh. "On three'hnndred a month she played In It.

after "what yoove been used totCold ".'wanted to- tell yon"right away I'"CLASSTFJE'D"COLUMN: ; THEN AS A SECOND STEP-

heavens Anne have you any so you wouldn't Jeopardize your post IJI U!ID K 'Ir
Idea-what It costs to run a homer* tlons."she said.: "It Isn't always easy u :.;: r We blend this home-grown ,tobacco <

"Bat 111 have my allowance:and to find employment and rm sore, as with aromatic Turkish, tobaccos
1 can cook. Rob. Maggie's :been soon 'as' I aaxUway" from here yon spicy, ;

teaching me'' for ,years. And Mrs. can get along'w \'the two" women" .e.eee..e..e.eeeeee.eee I from across the seas. These Turkish
Harney'has taught me all about There was silence for a moment

housekeeping. mother Insisted I "wfcen, the.concluded, then Button POSITION WANTEDBOOKKEEPERTYPIST tobaccos, you may know, have flavor
should know so I could manage servants s lote.Tktts'un'tlike. Luke Fares T-; ''
properly." ; wortb.tlie saWi"EBrff young. !: rt tt; and fragrance entirely different from

,. .. .' I .''; a Millie tim." agreed Map 'man, desires employment. Information
CHE talked'In'feverish haste-and 61e:Paid JU-ewn?cJaughter, too." 613 Margaret street. our own.

hated herself for doing so. Was -rm"not' his own daughter Maggie. nov7-3tx '. I u

she trying to force Rob Into marrying ."began Anne then was surprisedto fii I 1. '- ; AS A THIRD STEP3 -

her!' He didn't seem to want her; see the big woman heave up from WANTED _
Bat he must. she eonldnt lose' this the chair she had taken and. arms These tobaccos are cross'blendedtogetherthe 1 -

last hold on happiness. akimbo. stride towards ber WANTED rtianee ,to bid on

"Rob; Rob. listen. I think'Dad did "Walt Maggie! your next printing order. Th & t welded best'way'
before the
The 'woman
this-to give ns a start out stopped Artman Presa. aug7 found
authority In Anne's voice. "1 know 3 to get a more pleasingflavorY.
In married life the way he and-"
"Oh no."he didn't" Rob was bit what you think yon saw me brought FOR RENT I and a better taste in a cigarette.
home from the hospital.
terI7"aD&l'J'' 'what he 'did i. Z. 't
She went on to explain and as she 1'e p
know-why he did It Well well NICELY FURNISHED
aee.. tried with his last breath. talked Maggie's anger at disinherit what she with garage. Apply"827 r sstp'a THAT'S WHY CHESTERFIELDS
thought an attempt to
Anne sat back In the upholstered Duval street. oet9
Anne died and with Mrs. Har
seat sat straight chin firm above away ;: ARE MILD AND 'YEr

the silver fox. only her eyes showing ney she nodded. SALE c- '
"1 remember the time'she said FOR THEY SATISFY
the anguish of the moment If _
remember the time
at length. very
they were not to'be married what
of her learn Sick she was for awhile PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed ,
was to become of her!
then she turned to you like .cards, $1.25. The Artman _
She couldn't live on at home Aunt
she'd smother you with love to makeup Press. ang7
Charlotte weald make that Impossible. -
Where coald she go to live for the few days she'd neglectedyou. ztsraep +.. g
So that was it." OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two $y.
Terror of the unknown before her
she-began to tremble. She mustn't Copyright lift 4. Je.... Box-mam bundles for Sc, The CitUen' Office I : :
creak'down before him. Men'hated octlC I r _

womenwho cried. She wouldn't let
Ann ,Is totted tomorrow by' a TYPEWRITING ,PAPER 500
him her In tears again. .
lee storm not f tier own making. *

.. .... sheets,,75c. The Artman- Press....
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-- "" a.
......................*.! ,i'I I Being downright afraid of the big I i ..'- '1(. ,' ,- .6!

!I I bullies and (b) being ashamed to f r PRINTING-Quality Printing at

HOWDY.JEY'WEST I hit little fellows the Lowest Prices. The 'Art-
I I I man Press. aug7 s sIn

i I Italy Is Ready to Put Her Back,
By RED KERCE to the WalL-Headline, Maybe to I For City Clerk.
lr.e.eee..eeeee.eeeeeSmilin I'keep from seeing the handwriting':, HENRY F. SAUNDERS 'c... a single day people from ten different +r '' '

Charlie says: "These on it states visited our Chesterfield factories. .
prize fighters are going to keep: __ I MONROE THEATER
that, '8, OO visitors during the past year saw
making BO much money A paragrapher is a person who Charles Farrell-Jnne Martel in
pretty soon well have t' turn t'f,begins writing a paragraph by, FIGHTING YOUTH 'Chesterfields made.

th financial pages t' get th' news. using nineteen synonyms and thenbecomes I Warren Williams-Patricia Ellis\

on them." i 1 hysterical trying to look i I In The Girl With Lveky Left

Some people have two excusable For City CouncilmanA. .I Matinee: Bat_,.. lOci Orchestra : ""'i-: '
Night <15-25c O 155'.troscTT ft frtu.TPMCcn Cg,. : :> '.', : _. '. ,' Q,
reasons for being cowards; .(a) H, ,McINNlS lS-20c : !: : : : .:....:;:, Ja

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[::: : bear eminent if necessary.which we will However bring, we!to THREE LICENSES I November 7 from the office of I

-: SOCIETY : : PEOPLE'S: FORUM:::: would rather, as intelligent people Judge Hulth Gunn. Records show MALARIASpeedy

aRuth ... ........ .- -....-..-............ reason our troubles with TO WED ISSUED the issues were.made on Novem-

............................................A*** EXPLAINS CONDITIONS the world coupled with the resultof those who willing to render I ber 2. Relief of Chill
RELATIVE TO WORKERS an unprejudiced hearing and Authorization was given for the
Delivers the Labor Day hurricane, I and Fever
Bryan Owen ON LOCAL PROJECTS which 'in that way straighten out our Three marriage licenses were I marriages of: Manuel Garcia and
was probably sent by Di- troubles and possibly have the Dont let Malaria tear apart with
issued during the week endings you
Address At Woman's ClubThe vine Providence for a purpose right adjustments made. "" 1 Mary Marguerite Swain; A. Dar-I its racking chills and burning fever Tt:st
Editor, The Oitizen: nell Pinder and Lena M. Cervantes -I to no home-made or mere makeshift rem
which we mortals do not understand Many are afraid to exercise compelled, in many cases, to use
I will appreciate it muchif edies. Take the medicine
very f espe-
have been reduced to their Constitutional right to pe- cheap substitutes and use eventhese : ; Clarence E. Gates and
Woman's Club held its. and everyone to give his utmost you will be so kind as to allow we daily for Malaria-Crcm; T.1.StclwsI
our present condition. Key West tition their representatives, tell sparingly. These snbsti-1 Gaynell Elizabeth Roberts. 'I Chill Tonk.I .
regular monthly meeting at the both i in time and money that the pace in The Citizen to explain
ing the honest truth because: they lutes, in many cases; are not] I
local be inoperatIon. ambitions has suffered just as much from Grove's Tasteless Chffl Tonic give real
4 kept the ideals aim. and
club house on Tuesday p. m. chapter may
afraid that misunderstood recommended nourishing foods relief from Malaria because it's
that tornf it would have suf are they maybe. as a scientific
The meeting was opened with. the 1 j!f the, workingmen Key.Wjts.t,.; rer d'* \ ad the>as, storm struck this and'cowardly advantage by dieticians and are detrimental Beware Coughsfrom I combination of Castries quinine and
club prayer flag salute and a A very enjoyable program then which! ,are as follows: taken of them. However to the health of ourselves and I tonic: iron.The quinine kills the Malarial;
1 i followed. This 1 said city. We find that as a result infection in the blood. The iron bi Jds
was sponsored by A great deal l has been pro :
song. 1 thereof, our suffering is great generally the spirit ,of, the work family, and certainly do not produce coldsThat up the system and helps fortify against,
Regular club business was then: the public welfare department and con ,about the ,present ''situa common
is still that of American ,citi- such as w required
and our burden probably more ers I further attack. At the first sign of any
disposed of. and consisted of the following tion of the working people of the v thart.tyef bear..IVe zens. We have 'neitheg.'lost our to swing a pick and shoveL Luxuries I attack of Malaria take Grove's Tajtclc

Mrs. G. N. Goshorn president,: numbers: City of Key West. iIowJrMonly do-not} can{find here in spirit nor ambition, te',etter our such as ice cream, cake Hang OnNo I Chill Tonic. Better mIl take it reguUr!,'
announced that an entertainment I f: Two vocal selections by :Mrs. those who have suffered,' Key condition. We expect-atto> use candy, etc, are rare treats to our during the Malaria season to ward off
would be given at the club houseon John Gekeler, accompanied by know what it is to suffer >iOnly I Wli t .grmJhfmen of such honorable me3nst.uralw. children, of whom in the matter how many medicinesyou the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonicis J
foods, supplies clothing and other every ; ya many have tried for your cough chest: absolutely harmless and tastes good.
Thursday evening, Nov. 21st. ,[ Miss Alce Curry. those men and women who have comforts which have on trying to respect the rights of J larger families never have the cold or bronchial irritation, you can: Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic: now
Miss Leila Pitcher and Mos:j I Readings by Mrs. Win White. to return home in the evening and I,I occasions been sent from( many the others. privilege of tasting such delicacies. Serious: relief now mayhbe brewing comes in two sizes,50c and SI The $1
appointed asa :{| Two vocal duets by Mrs. Janice face four or five little children trouble and timed
Sam Goldsmith were I I United States to even remote Our committee has been most you cannot afford to take a chance size contains :254 Bvnuch as the SOc
floral committee for the current, Louis and Geo. Mills White ac- with no food, who look up to their II parts of the world Our distress kindly received by the local Ad-I These children are our future with anything less than Creomnl- cue and serves; you :25% more for your
year. i s i I companied by Gus Ayala. father through big, round eyes 'I ministrator and our request fav- citizens and leaders. Can it be stun which goes right: to the seat i money.Gel bottle today any drug store.
announced that the i Song by all. which seem to point the way to is as great in proportion as the i expected that they will of the trouble to aid nature to
It i recommended. have
was 1 I'I distress in China Japan, and orably We i grow up soothe and heal the Inflamed membranes i RAUL'S
Mrs. Ber- Miss M. P. Harris then introduced an agonizing soul can understandour unselfishly patriotic and intelligent -
educational: department, ,,I other far-away lands that have now the cooperation of the local I as the germ-laden phlegmIs 'I
Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen and condition. Many times these ready to unselfishly take loosened and expelled. I ARMISTICE BALLSaturday
kowitz chairman, sponsorthe I'I been aided in times of I Administrator in our fight for an I
December club meeting.The i]| presented her with a lovely' little children! realize that when and danger by American charity distress! increase in wages and better! their place in society and devote failed Even don't if other be discouraged remedies have your I II I.I November 9

president then extended a'' corsage from the club. Mrs.. Dad returns he has nothing niceto It seems strange that we Chris working conditions. We shall con their lives to the welfare of our druggist is authorized to guaranteeCl'eomuIs1on New Floor Show-New Music
welcome to the Junior Club mem-'| Owen responded most graciously 1 bring them (they being too tian Americans tinue our fight until we get fav- country and to refund your Dell Wood Orchestra
and Democrats
mostly -I
bers who were present and to all::: and then gave one of the most interesting -j young to understand: the situa- seem to be completely forgotten orable action, in Washington Before closing we wish to money results if from you are the not very satisfied first bottle.wtta :i Proceed to be used for New

guests. She also announced that talks ever enjoyed by tion), plead through their by those who are more which we expect very soon. thank The Citizen, our home paper Get Creomolsian right now. (Adv.). I Uniforms
the annaul reception for Woman's' club members and their guests. many times without eyes'l I fortunate. Our Noble President Everyone may rest assured that for the splendid spirit of 1
word in a piercing way have the interest of the fairness and cooperation which
Club officers and members, and I, She spoke of the unique experience in whom we have the greatest we
their friends would be held on that has been hers since she will cause any father's heart confidence certainly 'did' not in- heart and that we shall not do has been a great contribution toward 1

November 13th, from 4 to 6 p. m,J'i has been representing our country bleed. We love our children and tend things this way. We are anything to embarrass anyone or our cause WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
Mrs. Win. R. Warren then gave;::; in Denmark and drew such vivid i any decent and respectable man I I sure that were he to visit this to disturb the economic balance I JOHN PARRA, JR, I
Chairman Local Committee for: West
a most inspiring talk in behalf of I pictures in the minds of her listeners would rather go hungry than city and see our condition, h,;! of the community, unless com- mittee., Workingmen's Com Key.
the local Red Cross drive. She ,that each one seemed to have his children in need. would be overwhelmed with grief pelled to do so. in which event we i

asked for the cooperation of feel that she was taking a trip More than one man has had to I I and sympathy for us, and he would not feel responsible because -I Key West, Fla, Dat ::-..:::.____....__....::....____....._..,.
I his work after beginning be- Nov. 6, 1935. .<"
leave of irst having exhausted '
everyone in helping Key West to through Denmark and Greenland, :i would immediately order that ; -
raise its quota of $400. She ejt-", and seeing in reality the scenes cause he left home without food I I more Christian charity be extended every reasonable means towardour TO TilE EDITOR,*"' '.-:;
plained that of the S1.OOsubsciiption : depicted,by Mrs. Owen and could not carry on in his 'to us who suffer. purpose. young y-, 3#
After informal weak condition. Many have gone I Our,, fight is not personal. We Wishing havejjSTpart in perpetuating the
fee. 50c is kept here for:Jocal: ; adjournment an We have borne our suffering
to work on dry bread some oth- I' have against individuaL -
needs and that in view of the'1' reception and tea was held in the ers have been more fortunate in I patiently and will continue to do nothing We are merely any fighting to- MOTHERS memory of one of'oiir most beloved and useful
thousands of dollars spent by the'Red club rooms, at which time each so, but always with the true
having a little better food butonly be allowed to enjoy our inherent I enclose herewith
'' citizens my contribution of
Cross during the recent storm' one had an opportunity to meet American spirit of making every
I few have been properly and American Tie
a rights privileges
disaster, it is the duty of each and speak to Mrs. Owen. i nourished for the task expectedof effort to better our condition.We citizens and live as as Americans n o i the Will Rogers Memorial
have found some few of the Children
them. It may be alright to fortunate who sympathizewith ought to live. We earn $6.05 a Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
that the workers could car more week out of which we are '' treated Ii I
Fern Chapter To Junior Club To I argue ry on. to do their bit toward the us. One in particular has pected)Ito pay the usual others from Key West and will go without any
devoted lots of time and energy eX-I' At
Meet TonightThere Meet Tomorrow community, etc. The workers 'I without expectation of reward bills including doctor bedtime.lust : deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
have carried on and have done I any clothing, and other incidentals.On rub on
We have been advised and also without
expended the Memorial
any deduction as
their bit with hearts. I tables the higher priced
heavy our
will be a meeting of Hostesses Mrs. Dan Lewis, Mrs.!I understand rights citizens.We .
Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of William V. Albury' and Miss Ida We realize that everything said know that our we have as a Consti- meats which cost here in Key VA I Committee may determine.
in the splendid art'cle: printed in West from 32c to 40c a pound, pRu ,
Eastern Star, held this evening, Kerr have completed arrange- tutional right to meet and I
beginning at 7:30 -o'clock, at the I ments for entertaining membersof !I I this paper on the 31st of Octoberwas We also know that we have protest together with cheese of which good I I Name 0 __m.....
true We knew these condi- brands costs about 30c a pound,
Scottish Rite Hall corner of the Junior Woman's Club at the 1 a right to call on our representatives : r '
tions to have existed long before butter which costs 35c to 40c a
Simonton and Eaton streets ac- social meeting tomorrow. I in Washington and even [ AddressN3 ____ : _..moo....
cording to announcement made I The affair as usual, will be heldin 1 reading this courageous and able lay our troubles before our Noble pound eggs and many other
the WestWoman's editorial.Our staple articles of food which I'
today. the rooms of Key President. '
hearts bleed when we real- Americans are accustomed to. I
"Brother Masons' Night" will Club Division street,I II
on As American citizens, we have a yt a t I
be this and all I is scheduled start at 5 ize that in a time like this there are practically unknown. We are
observed at time and to : I a right to refuse to work if .we
members of the organization, in-I o'clock and continue until 7, are many who would take advantage I r see fit. We have many other .
of the situation. We
cluding local Masons,all are invitedto I o'clock. I sure; that our Great President are intended rights and privileges as citizens .<< :m .* .: ..' :V, ., :" ,' '. ..
atend as well as visiting who believe in Democratic Gov
chapter members and :Masons. Dance Monday At that all should be provided -
i for. and that we should shareas "J -
Armistice Ball Cuban ,Club nearly alike as possible. We,
at one time were hard-working;
At Raul's Club I citizens many of us in business 1 I I RICHARDSON'SGROCERY 'J>
Sociedad Cuba (Cuban Club) *
I will sponsor an Armistice Day earning ample to take care of I I! "Calumet sure gives you your money's worth, with that; :

Proceeds from Raul's Big Armistice ; Dance at''the clubhouse on Duval ourselves and famine. Through
street Monday Novem- ,the) general financial troubles of
Ball to be held Saturday, evening,
October 9 the club I ber 11 till ? > .' I "
night at on frol1) 9 f'
the boulevard will go towards the, Pritchard's Orchestra has been I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Big New 1O/ Can t

purchase of new uniforms for Dell!I secured to furnish a good program Rose '
FOOD BUYERS Milk. 5 cans 49c
Woods OrchcsFra which will furbish -|of dance music for the occasion! I
i Wise Magnolia Milk ._ tic
music for the affair. ThriftyDistrimfaating
Cream '
The orchestra.will purchase. members which will give. the organization 37 and 4pc SAYS MRS W.W.HICKEY. OF CHICAGO,ILL."THERE'S ; ,h ti '
white mess jackets for each of the a neat appearance., Batter, It _...__.._____ 31fc .
Will find everything in their I'. Sugar 5 Ibs. 27e ;'.' '
; Rice SIbs. 25c and ;; ,.
favor at 35c
..... .. ..... a 1
R.s.5N. i i Crisco, 3 Ibs. .........._._ 60c
I .p ;

MENTIONA. ARCHER'SGROCERY Lard, 2 H... 29c v'. .. ". .. 'v .,;, '" .....

................................................. I Maxwell House Coffee to 29c
Cuban Coffee, Ib 19c and 29c
C. Brown, grove inspector of' Fred Eberhardt. in charge of
Tomatoes 6 2J a lot of good baking in that lOc
ar-I TOP QUALITY foods, fresh cans c
the state plant board was an the activities at Fort Jefferson, "
rival on the Cuba this morning] who was in Key West for a few and fine in large assort- j Royal Jello, 4 pkft. 22c can"It's of worth Calumet, observes Mrs. Hickey.
than dime I
Gibb more a any day
from Tampa for a business visit; days, left by plane yesterday for ments and attractive Catsup large 13c "
with the local unit. Miami en route to Tallahassee.J. : Peaches, 2J size 16e I I i 1 .

I I Interesting prices and disPlays.j j I Pears 256 sine 17c as I !

A. C. Bogart, construction service i,:; Grit, 3 Ibs. _-._- 12e f.l'J
Mr.\ and Mrs. C. C. ,Y'allierl engineer 'on the sewerage project I Now what could '! Fancy ,Cora, 2, cans 25c for

were arrivals on the Cuba., this"Itt' Key Wfcst, left yesterday for a I than that ; String Beans, 2 cans 25c

morning from Tampa for 4 f't business. trip to points in the:II Rita Crackers _. 14c and 23c I

with relatives. YI state? II We Welcome Responsible : Oraltiae small ....-,..- 3Sc I
,. Accounts : Whole Kernel Corn,,3 cans 2Sc
Salt, 3 pkgs. __ :
Herbert Kohler, of the Na', Walter Maloney left by plane ONE STOP SERVICE Sani-Flask, can.H 23c lOc r

tional Park Service, who was In yesterday for Miami to investigate -I Matches 3 boxes; _._....... llci
Key West yesterday for a business with his brother Jack dam- Dressed Poultry i Crab Meat, 'caD 35ei
conference with Superintendent age to their property there.HERE'S I Fish Turtle i Tnna Fish, can __ ISc '
W. W. Demeritt of the lighthouse Lax Toilet Soap 3 ban .. 20e

department, left by plane': RELIED Fruits Vegetables I Kioto 2 pkgs ..._.. ....... ..._ 17c

yesterday afternoon for Miami.B. ; Meats i, Lifebuoy Soap, 3 bars ...... 20e
J II MSoreJiriratedSkin Dairy Products Bo" Jelly, 3 n... j '__ 24e

Wherever it is-however broken thoKes'i1 Phone 67 Free Delivery
M. Duncan, consulting engineer -' Phone 6S8-R Free Delivery
of the state road depart-) soothing 814 Fleming Street Eaton and Elizabeth StreetsFAUSTO'S
ment, left yesterday by plane for J I i NEW CALUMET CAN!A ttmfU
:Miami en route to Tallahassee. Eoty-Optninf 2. Itftt( tff. N
s. tnlt f atersauaZ Aal ls-
'- I -- euveslest ap.e-ko>ifarf

Oversea Transportation Co. :,{ CASH GROCERY a tatthr'I ''

OWNED AND OPERATED BY j Packer and Virginia Streets {OU1 Location). Phone 48 ,,;

Thompson Fish Co., Inc. Key \West i Specials For Friday'and Saturday ,

REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT POTATOES, 10 Ibs., '; .,, +---r--..,, -.-_.-___ 19C : : A .'
SERVICE BETWEEN ONIONS: ;3 J Ibs. --,...._-.;,. .. ...:..__w._ lOc [ ,- g -

WHITE ROSE GRAPE JUICE, pint bottle ,. .-

Key West and MiamiNOW Glass Free ---________ 18c


MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST Kidney Beans, Mixed Vegetables, I ,

-ON- Peas and Lima Beans, No. 1 Can 5c t




10 More Big Bargains For Our Customers "

e OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET At Confidential Prices. .Come and Save _

TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 tl f .,
Large LIB of Fresh Frait and Vegetables

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DISSEMINATION IEID 'E20090414_AAABQN' PACKAGE 'UF00048666_00345' INGEST_TIME '2009-04-14T17:53:19-04:00'
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2018-05-21T13:43:22-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 314505; E20090414_AAABQN' AGENT 'UF73'
finished' '2018-05-21T13:43:53-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '1188952' DFID 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSNK' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00227.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' a6719fbedc9a716cb2c036f0f6de68c4
'SHA-1' 33aaa74734d319a7a7536dcbc625ed34b36e1fa8
EVENT '2018-05-21T13:43:31-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
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'9508532' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSNN' 'sip-files00227.tif'
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WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'52172' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSNO' 'sip-files00227.txt'
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Invalid character
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'9530529' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSNT' 'sip-files00228.tif'
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'40533' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSNU' 'sip-files00228.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
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Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'47222' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOA' 'sip-files00229.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
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'22066' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOB' 'sip-files00229thm.jpg'
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'99040' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOE' 'sip-files00230.QC.jpg'
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Value offset not word-aligned
'46102' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOG' 'sip-files00230.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'22107' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOH' 'sip-files00230thm.jpg'
'10166' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOI' 'sip-files1935110701.xml'
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'2018-05-21T13:43:32-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'11671' 'info:fdaE20090414_AAABQNfileF20090414_AACSOL' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00345.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
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xml resolution

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