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 8, 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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most equable weather in the
For 65 Years Devoted to the
country; with an
Best Interests of Key West average
range of only 14 Fahrenheit


Problem Of Unemployment Seen MAKE READY TO 1935' Red Cross Poster -'II MUCH PROGRESS1-I 'Bill' Bankhead Of Alabama

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are The
"BLUE ilEA VEN" Executive Director of the seen in Key West,
BYRON PRICE the transfer of the Port Steward's especially are queer formations .
(Cfclrf .e nmrrmm. The Asa.elated ] Board for the recently begun:
Press, Division, P. and O. S. S. ] I noticed in bananas HERBERT PLUMMER

political aspects of the unemployment Phillip GW)nn, known to many company, from Key West to Miami -i "t t Spanish Main\ Museum of Key this many city.of which flourish in ems A..eiarei rrr./

I' and the first shipment; of provisions WASHINGTON, Nov. 8_Pro.-
problem Key Westers "S )ken, West
are *o nnm as was reports that the philatelic One of the most noticeable

discovered dead shortly afternoon and supplies went on the I seen in recent monthsare pacts for a short and snappy session .
aad crucial that it is
emus no
so 9 division is
Florida last night.Employes making good progress,I the formation
today in a room over the oa one I Ii of the congress which beginson
wonder party leader find even "Blue Heaven" beer saloon! on of the departmenthave I } a total of twenty-nine frames,i i tree in the yard of.BenjaminDemerit I
I z on Francis street. Friday, January 3, are bright
moat complicated statistics on Duval street between Southardand been hard at work for the I
having been received for this institution On
I this tree there five
that subject thoroughly fatcinat Angela streets. past several days taking inven- bananas growing together i sued by the fact that BiB BaD)(.

i. One of a group of several who tory and packing preparatory to >,' which is the property of Iik. Sim .e quintuplets, two he d ., Alabama will take over
discovered the body conveyed the the movement. The ntst shipment this
community. quadruplet, one triplet and for the first
information to the sheriff's of- time since he was
of the most widely..ccepted four
of .
of goods, to be made on the sets twins.While
fice and Chief Deputy Bernard The Commodore states that the chosen, the duties of floor
assumptions about 1936is Florida next Wednesday night, this fruit Is sometimes major
Waite advised Justice Frank O. .t.tI
Roberts.As will clean up the stock, it was matter of a suitable building is seen with several growing leader of the house.
that the economic situation of
ex-officio Mr. Rob-' said.John 1 ; being considered and that as soon together seemingly in
coroner I Stricken)
the country-the decree of recovery Key, port steward for thecompany 'C one skin, no record is available ill at the beginning of
erts empanelled the following: 1 as a respectable philatelic division
told The Citizen last to show that as ma.yq.eer the last session
-will have a- most important jury: Fabio Olivieri Ramon Torres night that the employes of the will have been worked up, the combinations have

!, George M. Parks, John Nel- Miami in the scientific shell division will ever been found ao chance to demonstrate his
effect in the election. Just company will go to receive son, John Lopez and Ralph Du- same position they had in Key 1 consideration I I ability to boss the
now the one really difficult fac- BrueiL They viewed the scene I StilHhe Greatest! Mother 1 AT..I.I' legislative
West. Other employes of the i The first two shipments of!! 4' .Ar.A j
and ajourned until tomorrow I show
house .
tor in that situation is unemploy company who will go besides Mr. stamps which are entries by for-''r except by remote

ment. morning The body 10 o'clock.was taken to the I I Key are Ralph, Boyden and Riz- ,, ..... v ; .. ;;l .. eign governments for the International -]I ROBERT KERR ISINJUREDBYAUTO j jI controL Representative Taylor '

pah Russell Stamp Exposition to beheld
I Benjamin Lopez Funeral Home to I ; of Colorado was acting floor
Industrial activity manifestly is here on December 5, 6. 7 and ,
'be prepared for services and in THE compelling appeal of the
In submitting a design for th9
picking up. Credit is expanding.1 terment. FLORIDA COMESIN most famous of Red Cross world 1935 poster Wilbur who has painted 8, have been received at Exposition 1 I : leader during the entire session

Agriculture is finding war posters has been adapted by a number of posters for the Red headquarters. Commodore I The presence of the soft-voiced
complain about, land values are tbe distinguished artist Lawrence I von Mietk-Lauba, II. D. W., statedtoday. I
Cross placed the shadowy, heroic
RAILROAD I I genial southerner the
better. AH along the line the GROUP FROM HAVANAVESSEL Wilbur In the 1935 Red Cross roll' figure of mercy in the background I RECEIVES FRACTURED COL table in the big red
I center of the Democratic
economic indices--all except one call poster."The with The Republic of Austria sent, -
the Red Cross
-point toward improvement.No Greatest Mother\ in the practical nurse I all recent issues of postage I LARBONE AND OTHER I II side of the house chamber
sick and wounded childin
LEFT LAST NIGHT succoring a will
completely reliable figuresare SAILED 10 O'CLOCK World" was the title given to the the foreground. "Still the Greatest I stamps, a total of nine frames.'I INJURIES i strengthen matenally the majority -

available, but all sources of original( creation of Alonzo Earl Mother" Is his title. From the Legation of Colombia leadership? personally Omof

economic information agree that LAST NIGHT ENROUTETO Foringc. eminent moral artist and Washington the Commodore received I i ,the. moat popular men in the

reemployment has failed to keep J CROUP FROM LOCAL STATION illustrator of New York. The poster The posters are distributed I material for another seven house among; all factions an a<--

pace with the general trend of re- MIAMI gave the keynote of the Secondwar through!!; 3.700 Red Cross chaptersand frames, by direction of the goy Robert Kerr, 1101 White street, tute parfiamentanan and one. of
TRANSFERRED TO fund drive of the Red Cross 9.004 branches in an appeal to the reaj orators in .
covery. Some even question ernment ,of the Colombian R suffered, a fractured collarboneand i congnss.Bankhead
and millions of copies were distributed every man and woman to Join as a ha.been
whether there has been real I public.All one of;
any OTHER POINTS throughout the,nationECONOMICUKTHLIGHTS, member during!! the annual roll calL I other lesser ,injuries Wednesday the main
in the last year Steamship Florida of the P. and stamps are loans and are,] I Maya of party .n

expansion of employment at all O. S. S. company, arrived from - --- I of course, to be returned to the: night when he was struckby :}congress.

Without such an expansion.' Another of employes of Havana yesterday afternoon with I respective governments after the: an automobile driven by Oliver Leader Needed
group ,three. for Key Westland *" _' ,_ f -Tbet-Dt..i b t
-real;;jmU -'nuoamfanhtey-"political the Florida -"Coast Railwayat passengers t Exposition.t I Armayor. -- r *,esaUr

arguments that the depression! is Key West received orders this I!i 40 passengers for Miami. The !' Artotal of 250 invitations to! Mr. i in need of a nan of Bsnkheari'sretype

over run into immediate diffi. week! transferring them to Port vessel sailed 10 o'clock last night ;foreign postal administrations Armayor brought the ca I i I in the conmg session. The

culty. Everglades: and other points on I with 56 passengers. : ,/w..ere,issued, and for some time to a quick stop, jumped to the I I Republicans!: sensing that the

Spending Program I I the line and left last night on the ,' Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde- Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividends the answers have been coming in, ground and placing Mr. Keer i in Roosevelt administration is not

That, however, is only a part' Florida.In Mallory Lines, is due at Key West i Checks and Tax Bills of Individual National the stamps from Austria ; and! the auto, he drove at once to the I l enjoying the happy days it orm-

of the fctory. Another prime topic the group were W. E. Bur this evening from New Every ; Colombia being the first 'two actual -I Marine hospital where an examination I did, have taken courage: and will
of, discussion is the en route to Miami and and International Problems Insep- entries' to arrive from be prepared to avail them elv -
political spending -: ton, blacksmith; C. E. Shine was made and the extent < >

program of the Roosevelt ad chinist; John Fleming and R. ville.Coast Guard Cutter 1 orleans// arable From Local Welfare abroad,, the Executive: director re;I I!ofithc: injuries determined.At of every opportunity for attack. in
ma-I > i { the house.
ministration. With that, too, the Thompson, car repairers. : i. .ports. ,
unemployment situation is linked i Colored employes car rived yesterday 1', berthed -: I I l The following'}{tier ffJm ; Tht I I At .the home it WM learned' by It laid to 1 Banklfead to

directly. I and greasers,, who also left on I naval station! and sailed this morn- "From. 1607 until 1935-a $300,000JD { of usellntsl. Chief Deputy Bernard Waite that meet s&iefi ?onslaughts and fire
I ing for sea toreeeive orders. not to raise &* m> nj hogs received! l:the family attached blame back with+ .
So long as a' disproportionate the Florida last night for other span of 328 years-America fed : was j no to everything he.lass lie
i I Effect alights; tipon'the; 1 i "My dear Mr. Armayor. He was driving his "'hasp.vein in the that he
percentage of workers remain i points. were Rudolph Thompson, herself, says the United States j of. con | Commodore von I i past
jobless, relief demands on the I I Joseph Moss and R. ){. Iliggs. HOLIDAY FOR VVPA\ I News. j j I' suraer is best seen in the case of,II Mietk-LJnba\ : car at a moderate rate of speed. cad hold\ hh own with any of

treasury will ,be heavy. Even if "From the late 1600's until j j I pork products, both fresh and i "I am glad to have the news of! Mr. Kerr was crossing the street them.

the administration does not ask 1! 1935 cured. The bacon you paid 25 or the establishment of a museum at' in the vicinity of his residence, Even-tempered and amiable,

for large appropriations, it is certain Il MRS. MAY FERNS UNITS MONDAY self, ,had America something, after left feeding over her-for 30 cents a pound for two years Key West. In recent years new and the accident was declared unavoidable the Alabaman when aroused can

that the states and municipalities the rest of the world. ago costs 50 to 60 cents now. Ham II ILs I I museums have been established in be as "tough" as the bent of

working through their ON VISIT HEREMrs. "But in 1935, with her cup- I at its highest point in many'!j I I the United States approximately I them. Bankhead entered the

representatives in congress, will I f r b ORDER RECEIVED TODAY BY board getting bare, America turn- years. Pork chops once a relatively )-, at the rate of one a week. Art,; ROAD ENGINEERS J house while hM father was a member

initiate and vigorously press such ed to other countires of! the'world I humble member of the diet, science, and history associations;, of the geaate He often recalls -

appropriation.. LOCAL ADMINISTRATOR for foodstuffs family, are "out of sight." So i it cities, towns, and countries; state II that the first advice his! father -
needed to feed her I I
It is plain that Mr. Roosevelt May Ferns, of Washington CILFOND people." :}; goes, in everything that has to do: and national governments have;I DEFER TRIP HERE gave him wa.. to ground himself -

does not desire to enter the 1936 D. 0.., arrived by plane this This '! with a pig except its squel- all taken part in this movement l I I thoroughly in the rule!<. Hp
change in the matter of
week, for visit .-ith her '
a daugh. to facilities tol did so and served chairman or
campaign as the advocate of I food has[ prices are 75 to 150 per cent museum as
imports and exports
another top-heavy annual deficit, ter, Miss Betty Ferns student at above, the 1932-33 lows. Upshot the people. The value of a j the powerful rules committee before -
the Convent of Mary Immacu- L. S. Rickard, assistant WPA been one of the most remarkable! 1 j CROUP WILL ARRIVE NEXT
but of his museum to the community has I he was made floor leader
mny supporters see only and the of ,that is obvious: Consumers refuse -:
one way out. That is why the late.A administrator, has declared Armistice last few occurences i to buy pork, even though the', thus received overwhelming mug WEEK TO MAKE SURVEY That position requites a man to
In 1933, for I
example -
former years.
Key Wester, Mrs. Day a holiday for all WPA
works administration is trying rot -etail butcher's profit is all but nition. Our experience has been be heard and ruthless at times
Ferns is spending a most delight- employes and those in Key West we consumed 618,000,000 I OF RAILROAD DAMAGE
feverishly to its from 1 eliminated in to that the more the local 'I and Cankhead was no exception
save program j an attempt movethe
I I i ful time meeting old friends and are looking forward to a day of, bushels of wheat at home and had i 1
failure. That is why new methods I for I high priced I pork products. munity supports the com-I TL 'Gag RuleIt
i relatives. She is a niece of L. sport and recreation Monday. 53,500,000 bushels left over
are being considered to boost I In Packers and,processors are in a, both financially and still is remembered on capitol
export. 1935 (that is. the
M. Pierce, assistant to Lieutenant This information receivedtoday
was j Engineers of the Florida East
] A few the more effective is its work. I'sincerely >!i
private pay-rolls. similar hill
predicament. how he
period from August 31 1934 to I was called upon to Ret
i W. M.\ Klaus, officer in by Administrator 1\1\ E. Coast! Railway, who were to com
What these new methods viiI I months movement of pigs hope that the Key Westj "new deal"
I i Gilfond August 1, 1935)), domestic wheat legislation moving
charge at the Naval Station. and the announcementwas to West
Key .
the Florida
be is not yet certain. The effort I! through the great Chicago steelyards j: Museum will take its place among j on again in the first Roo-evelt congress -
received the local! consumption was 632,000,003 :
to induce business to move s raH employes.happily by bushels, of which 28,000,000bushels I-II was at the lowest level i ia in the successful and useful institu-:i t 1| for the purpose of making a when the going wa rough
confidently continues but the re- I represented imports, and a i history. j dons, now developing in all phi to the right-I'I'surve1' Toward the last of the 7:Ird r'-"

sults hardly are all that Washington there were no exports from this } Will America again become a..of the United States. |:I of-way not arrive and until other property, will gress, the Republicans deliberately

desires. The alternative may 9:30 A. M.-The SEVEN ARRIVE country. In 1933 we exported a food exporting nation A 'Very truly yours next week. stalemated the legislative- machinery

be new legislation at the next ses- tropical disturoince is central approximately I surpus of 144,000,000 bushels of laxation of AAA'_ restrictive "(Signed.) This information was contain- 1i, with a filibuster! Bank-

sion of congress for the one purpose JOO miles west of ABOARD PLANEAT corn-in 1935 we were forced to I would cause a definite change: re-j i -L. C. EVERARD, !ed in a telegram received by Cap-;i i head as one of the triumvirate
tain John
of spreading employment. Tampa moving slowly eastwardand I I import 34,500,000 bushels. In the outlook. Secretary "Editor The Museum News." be used Lopez the whose boat is to !j which ruled the house at the time,

Shorter Work) WeekIt ) has apparently diminished to 1933, 1,870,000 bushels of surplus! believes that the countrY will I by group and is now was eJected to break the Jam

is the lesson of all pat depressions only slight: intensity. Storm 'rye left American ports for foreign come self sustaining again as soon'I being held in readiness awaiting' iTi quietly' retired to his rule
their arrivaL
that after substantial warnings have been lowered Apa- LEAST FIVE WILL LEAVE WINTER VISITORSTO a committee and brought '
0 shores--in 1935 the processwas as we have one good crop season.! II I room forth
recovery: has been attained a residue -! lachicola to Panama City but re- reversed and 11,000,000 In the mentime, however, Amer- Captain Lopez is of the opinion I the famous "gag" rule. When he

of excess labor is left be-1'I't| main displayed Apalachicola to .ON AIRCRAFT THISAFTERNOON bushels came here from abroad. ica is losing money once valuable RETURN HERE the Miami engineers were held over of in presented the rule to the house
the storm
bind. Tampa. It seems improbable that Two reasons are commonly foreign food markets.It i for adoption he attained a highpoint

That is due to several causes I'': storm will be attended by more given for this condition. First, also seems certain that ad- Monday to lend their assistance,1 in drama by declaring:
than where required, and to make es-
Hard times teach employers how moderately high winds whenit the 1934 drouth, worst in Amer- ditional strains will soon be laid j, The people elected the Democrats -
i reaches coastline but small Mrs D. A. Printz, Franklin. timates of the damage there
to economize, how to combine the all ican history, wiped out a large on the family purse. Bakers saya to run the country, and I
functions of and make craft should exercise;" caution for I Arrivals by plane this morning Pennsylvania, who spent last win- I I
I-I I part of several major nation-wide rise in bread pricesis think it's time the Democrats took
from Miami Phil- cropsGrains
were: Anthony
ter in Weft
another 24 hours._ theFloridaGulf Key has written
short-cut in In x>n **
production. such PLANMEETING
imminent. And and
were especially affected- potatoes charge.
lips Mabel Linderman, Helen ; friends
: coast. : J- she will arrive in the citynext
times labor-saving devices, includ-I I hI ,11ft' Linderman Robert Thompson, I every bushel of wheat in some! of i other basic food products are Tuesday on the Steamship I In one spontaneous Trove ti-:

ing improved factory and I HOLIDAY,NOTICEi Walter Maloney, Kenneth Weath- our richest farming areas was!I looking skyward. Florida accompanied by her ELECTION OFFICERS Democratic aide of the house ro-e
chinery, multiply. Excessive com : destroyed the weather. and sent great vho-it. Tho
erway and Pact Smoak. I by The' Misses !I op a
daughters Davie
i Hj and Ar-
petition in any given industrialfield ]i Armistice Reservations made up to 2:30 1934 corn crop was almost 1-, rule passed overwh<'1mm{ ''/.
is reduced by the squeezing I j Day Monday, November o'clock indicated there would be 000,000,000 bushels under nor-' lene.Last There'll be more drama in the
11, I the Printz family A meeting of the city election
a legal holiday in the ( year occupied -
out of the weakest firms. j'I I state of Florida this bank will not, five passengers on the outgoing ,I maL > SELECTPOULTRY the George W. Reynolds commissioners will be held onMonday coming tension of the ho ne with
After previous American de- Second, the Administration's Bankhead at the control The
trip at 4 o'clock. November
evening 11
be open for business on that day home. This season they will be ,
ressions a sufficient quantity ofthis THE FIRST NATIOXAL BANK production control program as Soft Bone ROASTERS ;ensconced in the Bank apart- beginning at 7:30 o'clock at theCity father of Tallulah is a great actor
left-over labor always has> laid down by the AAA, has been himJOelf.Q .
nov7-2t I ments at 4IP Fleming street. Hall, for the purpose of
been absorbed by the development'of COTY'S TOILET GOODS an extremely potent influence inI swearing in all inspectors clerks
industries. The rise C.t Up
new of Regular Nite changing us from a food exporting and police, who are to serve at the
the automobile industry, for instance Saturday New hiptneat of all articles to a food importing nation. In 1 FRYERS STAGS I C. M. I. High SchoolDANCE polls on Tuesday, November 12, i!

giving work to many hundreds just received at the attractive I,I 1933. ,the Government !'
DANCETOMORROW paid $40.-' election day.All y p
of thousands undoubtedly, new low prices.- See them o. dlsGARDNER'S -: 000,000 to farmers to kill 6000.'' GUINEAS DUCKS I instructions necessary will $ea rams

had a major part in preserving industrial NIGHT I play at- 000 small pigs. It paid another i' Fulford's Poultry. Farm TomightCUBAN be given the officers at this time and k

adjustment during the Habana-Madrid Club PHARMACYPhone 100000.000 to kill hogs: and I in connection with conducting the .urrw
I Deliver CLUB
opening decades of the resent_ j I 177 Free Delivery I cattle during the drouth of 1934. Phoae 880 1 Admission 49e Ladies Free balloting and tabulation of Totes WHISKIES AND GINS

century I I l Script :-: :-: t-t $1.00 .And, finally, it paid farmers. - .east during the day.


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e ttt tiat | DON'T HAVE TO KNOW ANYTHING "'...... ............a* Meacham together with J. Otto' ........................1 1 born Vienna Main Died
tP IN-I .1I r at May
I __ I. THE,WEATHER KEY WEST Kirchheiner for the purpose oft, Today'sAnniversaries I;J'30, 1911.

P.blishcd dally H cept Sunday ByI It doesn't take brains to push the advertising Key West. Mr. Mea- i -
Till: CITIZfc.PtBLISIIIVC: co. ISkC.I DAYS GONE BYt chant announced that if he sees a
I I... .
P. ARTMA. Pr_'1eat throttle of your car to the floorboard.It e..eeee..eNl1.e.Temperatar.e .1 reasonable response! on the part J i ia j 1840-\alhaaid Slayer Boths-

JOE ALLR>, Aulstaat B_'. .... Manager doesn't take cleverness! to weave in H pp.mtmgi Hero Just 10 of business men and interests of ....................... I|I child, English financier, agriculturist

From The Citizen uU&nff Highest ._ .. ... ... 83Lowest A(* :Today A* TaL. .. Front Key West be will make further and pfcrfaathrofvst, first of
Corner Greene and out of traffic at sixty miles an hour to [r j Tk. Files Of The 1732-John Dickinson, Penn-I,, his race to ei>**r the House ofLords
Ann Street Citizen
anij __::= ...= :::::_=::;:: : .:: .:73 r f ._ donation. ''sylvania-Delaware jurist and

the consternation of the slower moving :Mean ..---_......._................._.?...... .73;! 4 statesman writer of !important I' born. Died Maee4 31.

Only Dally Newspaper County.In K'y West and Monroe highway-users. ''I j i J Normal Mean .....-.......-.,......_... 76" The Scottish Rite Consistory of State papers born in Talbot Co.,'I I 1915.
It i Rainfall* Tampa arrived this morning First shipment of furniture foi 11t!. Died Feb.
Entered: at Key West. Florida as second char matter doesn't take any intellectual capacity 14, 1808. 1865-.Jeae J. Heaps, WM.
I aboard the Cuba to confer the de- the Hotel La Concha was receivedvia !
--FiPrY; -AIiTII TEAR --' to hang onto the steering wheel I j.I I Normal Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.j grees of larger perfection of Scottish :Mallory Line vessel this morn I consin suffrage, civic ad club
_.. i iTomorrow'
.Mralter .f the AwMCiatetl Pte.5 give her the gun. and see if you can make i I .,Ia'. w-Precipitation........ even. a-h..r ...Ins.......t, Rite Masonry on a class of ing. The furniture was purchasedfrom 1735-(200( years ago) George I "born.worker in Iowa.U. S. Senate Died at candidate Osfckosh,,
(he Associated Press is ezduslvelr entitled to use the speedometer touch ninety-odd. -.d'aK al A ..ei.rL .lha _.". ... 46 candidates..During the morning : John Waonamaker and Sons Plater. :Maryland's Revolutionary
for rcra>>cAUo)s of all new dispatcaea credited to r Almanac degrees from the fourth to of Philadelphia. Last week the interior patriot governor for 13 yeaca, I 11'is.. May 5. IMS.
.1 ;ir not otherwise credited In this paper and.alao In1 other words, you don't have to : i
the .here.'NAIIONAl Sun m.1 I the twelfth were conferred. This I worker fron\ the Wanna- born in St. Mary' Co., Md Died
local news published rises ............ .,-4.6:40 a.
know:.anything to drive fast. ,I Sun sets ':r 5:42 1! evening the thirteenth and fourteenth :maker store was in Key West securing Feb. 10, 1792. I 1669-H td> Frayue. laborI

,.-' EDITORIAL) .,' :, Drivers who regard streets and highways :. Moon rises----.r'.. ..... -.-ii, 4:52 p.p. m.m. j; are to be conferred and tomorrow -I. measurements for draper-. j I! leader, barn at &raM... Pa. Died

1 ,' J.I ASSOCIATIONS as the Indianapolis bowl, might be :Moon sets m........_..... 5:30 a. m.1 j work from the fifteenth.I ies and furnishings. Now that fuel I! 1821-George H. Bissell chie,' in New York. Jtrty 12. 1934.&
niture has been
CY iCri+tt'itt l935 to thirtieth degrees will be carried : installed the progress -
Divided f into two classes: First, those who I Tomorrow's Tides I on. The visitors will return to I beinlmade/: can more readily''organizer of the country's first I For City CIflkI
.' I
Year ...____.V. .!_"_. KIPTIONUna .__ ._RATS___.!__ of living and don't mind if they Ir r "'.1\1. I..U. Tampa tomorrow night. I be seen. The General Construction (oil company the Penfnjrvama WALLACE PINDER
are weary !
Biz Months -._-. _.-- --- .--- .----.-116:.s:e i High j .._A...___-... 8:51 8:18 company, which is doing the work, Rock Oil. 1854. bern at Hanover. For Re-Election
Throe Months to.Jne take Innocent parties along with them into i. l Low ...._......_.._... :2:20 1:4 r I says the hotel will be in readiness 1C H. Died Nov. 19. 1884. I
Booth ._.._ -- .05 All is set and in readiness foi 1
Weekly _-=:==: .20 eternity. Second those who are so stupid I Barometer 8 a. .... today the municipal election to be heldin I the first week in December. BENJAMIN LOPEZ

ADVERTISING RATES! as not to realize that several thousand Sea level, 30.01.WEA1MEK Key West tomorrow. That it i 1831-Earr of Lytton ("Owen

Made known oa application. pounds of metal moving at terrific speedsis I will be one of the quietest ever Meredith"), English poet, diplomat I FUNERAL HOME
SPECIAL NOTICE held in the city is conceded by I Key West Apartments Incorporated born. Died Nov. 2-&, 1891. i Servioc Key West
as lethal a a FORECASTTill announces that $11,000 ;
An resolutions of weapon as Candidates evidently Half Century
reading notice card of thanks everyone. are
respect obituary notices etc. will be charged for at both for the occupant and in high spirits today predictingtheir :has. been subscribed toward the .I 24 Hoar Ambulance Service.Licensed .
the rale of 10 rents a line. machine-gun-I ( 8 $75,000 fund toward the apartment 1836-Milton Bradley, Springfield Embalmer
Notices for entertainment by churches from which p. m. ) own success and the other I
who happens to be in the j jI Mass, pioneer manufacturer -
a revenue Is to I.e derived are S cents a line.. I Key West and Vicinity: Partly I fellow's defeat. Old residents stories to be constructed i Phone 135 Night 696-\
r Citizen- an open forum invites discus- Speed-and speed alone-is respon- at Martello Towers The of home amusement games.
E .I.h".f d.I
: this has been the cleanest 88)1
public issues and subjects of local or general cloudy tonight and Saturday I .
Miller _
; Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi sible for the great majority of automobile campaign ever conducted in Key Bonding company of Miami -- --- -- -- -
cations. has agreed to furnish the balance
All other insignificance : ", : West and are looking forward
accidents. causes pale into '
/-,4 1 rI : of the $260,000 needed to build )
{"',1"1 I '." a safe and sane day tomorrow I i
beside it. As even the most \-" the hotel.
s mentally deficient driver should be able to ,.Z I'I'r.i._ Cuban Gunboat Baire arrivedin 1 1I I -

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN realize, an accident occurring at sixty miles '\( ? t : \ ; I port last night from Tampa i] A girl weighing seven and half SAMPLE
per hour is almost invariably more serious \0,.4 I where the vessel stopped en route I I pounds was born yesterday to Mr.
-' l.... .i'' from Pensacola- The Baire will!
I .. I and Leon Myers in their home
1. Water and Sewerage. than one occurring at 20. 'I r tb .... 'f take: ont!oil, coal and water and! 622 Gnnnell street.
2. Bridges to complete Road 'to Main The roads of America are strewn with ..:jJi' 4.{(I leave tomorrow for'Havana.. I IA'ndrew I;

land. corpses because a relatively small numberof I 1 ',!r. i 1 I I II I'
Mayor Frank H. Ladd has been K. Miller, superinten-
t drivers are doing their best to emulate i Southerly Winds, Partly Cloudy, I
S. free Port. t I asked to .serve as chairman of the on sale at
Malcolm Campbell. I Stone- Mountain\ Harvest Campaign -corn-1 I
r 4. Hotels and Apartments. gentle to moderate southeast _or j
Confederate! Memorial Coinage an attack of La Grippe. His
outh winds. I
5. Bathing,Pavilion. The message conveying the I friends wish for him a speedy re
I NEW ARMY CHIEF Florida: Partly cloudy tonight II information received .
was today covery. !
and :
6. Airports-Land Sea.
and Saturday, probably occasional -
by Mr. Ladd from Governor John I!
t 7, Consolidation of County and City From the lowest ranking second lieu showers in central portionomewhtt ;1 Martin. The letter shows that j Subscribe to The Citizen-20c' THE ARTMAN PRESS
cooler in extreme north
Governments.The governors of the southern states weekly.
i ;
tenant to the highest rank in the United portion tonight. i have joined in this campaign .toj" .

States Army is a long jump. bait General Jacksonville to Florida Straits:: have the memorial coin issued by For Councilman j i 1 The Citizen Building
Moderate south
Malin Craig newly appointed chief of or the United States mint. Mayor' F. F. HOFFMAN i
forgotten man, we'd say, is the I winds over south portion and 1 Ladd said today he will :it
I accept the
King of Italy. staff, has made it since he was graduatedfrom moderate shiftingwinds. mostly chairmanship. ""ae ......1I1e's Leaala* BteTt it I
West Point at the foot of his class in northeast over north portion and I t

1898. partly overcast weather tonight I )Editorial comment: Flattery is THE SEMINOLE tf .
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To live long observe and with local showers tI f -
.the speed limit i Saturday the spur of weak minds as wellas
and the feed limit.It General Craig succeeds Genera, Doug over north portion.. their end and aim. > i
las :McArthur, who becomes military ad. East Gulf: Moderate\ south-..1 ,. _% I
cast or south winds over south!! 011,
Malcolm i
viser to the new Philippine government.The Meacham, developer ,
is II Duce and not "111" Duce.. rortion and moderate northeastor the Meacham Tract has given 1 DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
appointment of General Craig is'no north winds over north i 1I
Times-Union. think it is both. I portion $1,000 for the chamber of commerce 4rta i
surprise, despite his poor academic show- possibly fresh to strong membership fund which + yYir WHERE IT CAN HELP

ing as a cadet at West Point. for he has winds over very email: area near entitles him to 40 memberships

Nicaragua balances her budget. Which center of disturbance and mostly This money was given by Mr.
had brilliant record his 37 ;
a during
yearsas overcast weather tonight and *... YOUR TOWN
definitely puts her in the list of backward I
officer. Saturday with scattered shove I
an the Mississippi\ Valley eastward Ja b._MTlll. ...rI.. -.

1 l nations. Receiving his first commission a few except in Florida and and the CR.'". D. CRI En. Maa.e* "
Wr.ATMCR; : CONDITIONSThe North. Atlantic States.G A home-like instlt.tioawhere
days after the declaration of war with : human yon will find yeas .........a!
Canada has almost tripled its population Spain he served in the Santiago campaignin S. KBNNKDY.Officer;in Charge. I eMl.r< M4 ertalMeB. a Baiter .All.Modern.Banking Facilit1.( '. .
tropical disturbance is I of creak Importance. 1
.I since 1871. Papa Dionne quintupled Cuba, in the China relief expedition, in central this morning approxi-. I ---o- Commercial and Savings Accounts .,

his quota. the Philippine insurrection and in France mately 100 miles west of Tampa KEY WESTCOLONIAL A .._1 fire....*! .....1_ Ural** I I
1 la the heart .< the city
during the World War. moving slowly eastward, and has I
l apparently diminished to only: HOTEL --- I
\ Almost any beggar. helped three During his time service he has i Every Room with Combination Tvfc
peace slight intensity. Storm warnings
I! and Shower Bath Radio. RlectrM The First National Bank ot Key e West
times in a row. will get miffed if the had many important assignments including remain displayed from Apalachicola -i In the Center of the Business Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer,: I

fourth trip is fruitless. those of chief of Cavalry, direc- to Tampa. I and! Theater DistrictS i Ventilation of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Con-witsMattresses :
Pressure is moderately low !' atractlon, and Individual ReaA-, Member of the Federal Reserve '"
tor of the General Staff College]) assistant morning off the north and middle! First Class Fireproof-( tug Lamps.

With becoming parental pride a chief of staff, and commander of various Atlantic coast and over the northern I Seaiible>> Rate RATE '\
BlB.te'j Member of the Federal Deposit/Insurance
Delaware man boasted. that his son got a departments and corps areas. Rockies and northern Plains: j 78 R.*m*. Private Bath S3.: **): /
States; while moderate high pressure -i R ma. Private Bath :A4|
year off his penitentiary sentence for good General Craig was born in St. Joseph, arras overspread: the country I 46 R*.BU. Private Stalk .__ *-.*| Corporation
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j,34 Bee Private Hath 3Jl
behavior.. Mo., August 5, 1875 and married :Miss from the Lake Superior region Carat ElevatorPrleaa I I* R__ Private Bath 4JSa'I
Genevieve Woolruff of southward over the lower:I p..... I "LIGHT INCREASE FOR DOUSED'
Berkeley, Calif., .< OCCVPANCT I .
Mississippi' Valley and over the I
Would so many patriots hate and go in 1901. They have one son. Malin, Jr. far West Rains have occurred i _. -- --- .. .----

forth to kill the patriots of another coun- The new chief of staff will have the during the last 24& hours throughout I

try if they were not stirred up to it by confidence of the Army and of the most of the Atlantic States,

their leaders? countryat except the Florida peninsula, in I ................aeaaeaeeaeeee.a......* eaeeeaeeeeeeaaae.e-eaaaaaaaa.*a.a>.
large, and under his command our mili- the Ohio Valley and on the coast ........Veaaeaaeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaeeeeaeeeaoaeaaeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeee.......................'
tary establishment:; will doubtless be of Washington and snow in the

A new contraption enables a man maintained at the highest state of effi- extreme upper Mississippi Valley: 1

without vocal chords to sing. A and Lake Superior region. Tem
more useful ciency. peratures have fallen in the South I SPECIAL OFFER ON

device would be one to fix a man with Atlantic and Gulf States ,and j

vocal chords so he couldn't sing. AVOIDING ENTANGLEMENTSThere readings are below normal front,

Merchants who advertise in -- r GENUINE GLASSBAKE COOKING WARE
The Citi- is no question that public t

zen are not the only ones who have some- opinion in this country sympathizing with .r'lJ-.J._ 0... -1 I :
to sell but '.n. l''
thing they are the only oneswho Abyssinia and condemning Italian aggres- '

invite the public to their stores.If sion, has approved the League of Nations' FLORIDA. :

effort to stop the war. It has also ap- y.g;. ll"' U311 I IHe

we can prosper by getting out next I proved our government's action to prevent GEORGE \ Iipul

magazine this month and neayear's t export of American munitions to the belligerent WASHINGTON "AJ __ jJI
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cars this year, Why nut anticipate nations to avoid being drawn into : :'
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twice as much and be twice as prosperous? this conflict
as we were in the World War.It "
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t::.. :::!, ::
doesn't seem likely now that the United :='I.:=:

Advice is cheap eny JU the giver; the States can, or should, go much further. ....' .suo.... '

taker often suffers heavy loss. The adviser "Realizing that TI,
war adversely MAYFLOW E!

'! may be well-meaning though biased affects every country," said the Washington f+ 2.4. i sr". JI
by some influence so subtle that he himself: {}14 ., ; -
reply to a Geneva invitation .w : t./L.My
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... .
".- does not realize it. and often the advice is
taken as a sort of compensation to the : keeping with the letter and spirit of r ji wzAGl.sAns..stm...-d.

advL r_ t ; 'et actof, Paris and other obngati&tiM
_t f .: fV, 4 i xT peace I The
undertakes at all times not 'LAGLE.tIS
j I tIS __....
"Senator Murphy of Zolfo Springs /QJ1ly I \exercise, its moral influence in ..,.......t.r = 111- ,r = d
.. .i
was scheduled to succeed George Wilde?, [? favor of peace throughout the world. .-..-..-.-.......-.... 1+ J -

as Motor Vehicle Commissioner. May ball r to contribute in every practical j sA.A.. -ri I ti I ILL

this state-wide talk about lel, laton; being -}I /but '.nt 1D the limitations of our for- I fAttf. ,N00d..

appointed to state jobs has had its Influence __
teign policy to that end.
on terminating some of that brand I I't "It views with sympathetic interest ,

of appointments."-St. Cloud News. I I of the other individual nations or concerted to preserve efforts J I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

Scott M. Loftin says that an aggressive or to localize
peace and shorten the I Phone 598 White and Eliza), Streets
public opinion will overcome crime. I l duration of war." <<_

Abolishing a $26OOOOCurailroad because j But direct participation in penalties ** fYour home b worthy of the best"r
of a $1.000,000 damage i is!' crime too. t Us OIOROI WASHINGTON-

Public a imposed by the League under the Influence (M ..... ...h ...!* s.4 U..iQMS .. ..................................................... .
opinion favors the -terstion: : of 1 I of leading European powers-no I II :: .:.... **A.M4 a L.lo.nwr .............
that portion of the road which} ; was rut out I I Military intervention in another '-' Attt If*..l... GAIAGII"J'I'.ill ..L.euutos. .........................................................

of commission by the recent hurricane. Cy I conflict-certainly not! : : -- II t I '




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b Sasses Bowmaa _; I | List of Inspectors, Clerks, I* THE' nnrriT COITHT OF THE
(H ,...... __ 'W_ ; GAME f ; 11TH jrmcut CIRCUIT oe
i : Police and Polling; Places FLORID IX AND FOR )f OX-
aryorit A... /MraavorlA Who was she' Why was she unknown for the LORAN H. PRKVO and
., General City Electionto
a told her "" Rob Cotter, ) RHATHA PHBV his
? wife
Why she rushed to the
tka ate.. MX I*iaaerU UU f nurorj was NOW WITHIN CAME OF COP-
.iWbwa-eke .be i* not hospital as an emergency caw: and t be held on Tuesday, No- TSHENRY A.--eat Complainant For Deed,
4** rpmavertk byes shows t
.erpaaa. at comforting krr, why did not those who brought her I PING SECOND HALF OF vember 12 1935 -.r.e...n
fob sMma ohtcvrelg ary B. there know her identity? : ENKEHEISR: and
cf"U KXKEWB1KR.. his wife,
a. ......* ...... .m4 Mane tri,...* Perhaps If she went to Crescent LEAGUE. SCHEDULEBy First Ward-Inspectors: Ed. F. where Christian name i Is
a *.U. Po,. 4.>. <* ftr..Jtta* tk.dir. City searched the records interviewed Cranch Colton G. Park Rosa C. unknown
to font
MMM din faUklta Defendant.
srtb saraaata the doctors and nurses. abe ..........eee..e..eeseee I I I Sawyer Jr., Edward L. Roberts ORDER FOR PUBLICATUiSIt
could find some clue. And yet. would BAKERS i DEFEAT ( JOVE) Clerk. William B Roberts. PoI appear- by affidavit append
ed to the bill of
Chapter 13 those records be available and the I Doings Around The The Admiistration boys are lice. Polling Place: Cor. Caroline the above stated cause complaint that filed tie de-in

attending medical people still live I I sad William Street.. : feBdaat. Henry Enkeroei and -

BITTER REVERY there? And wooldnt Luke have done i it EMBALMERS IN Golf Links SWIMMING MEETARMISTICE I II the now second-half within a game of of the cinching Social Second Ward-Inspectors; .,1,1 Kakenwier name ,Is Ills unknown wife, ,whose are resident chritiao : *-
TpHEY talked a while longer then this! He wasn't one to leave any I I Frazier Finder. John M. Lopez of a state or country other than the

soberly filed out Mr*. Harney to work half finished and anything as i OVERTIME TILT Diamondball League schedule. W. Mtckie, Paul L. Archer, C'I State .f Florida and that their residence .
Important as the adoption' a child \ DAY 'I I is tI.kD vwn; hat there I Is no
i This was brought about by their Chas C. Curtis and Edward
complete( her list and Buttons to his ii (By GRAVY) I person In the State of Florida the
duties would have made him bend every t! ....e.eee..eeee..e.e. i victory over the Bayview Park Albury Police. Polling Place: : service of fcpoma upon whom
effort to its consummation. I would bind MM defendants, and

"Yvonne you'd better take the afternoon Perhaps Rob would Jttelp. Hehadn't Ii j CONTEST WENT ELEVZN INNINGS .I. Since the summer is over for a ACTIVITIES TO BE CARRIED!I: outfit yesterday afternoon. S to Elizabeth Third and Ward Southard- \Inspectors Streets. +i I tWelityon.ears.that they are each. over the ace e'

a; fra going to want you been very helpful that after- of guys (this Thursday afternoon !: 3. George Curry, Emil IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED,
noon but she must overlook that discount j that said non-resident defendant

ta pack for me toalght," Anne ins- his selfishness I closing business) only a ON AT KEY W.SST YACHT The FERA ten pat the game on Frank Roberta E. J. 0. Roberts, be and they are hereby required to

heated."You71. seeming by WAS REACHED; FINAL TALLY few of the usual crowd were out Clerk. Chas. appear to the Bill of Complaintfiled
knowing how shocked he had been. I to BASIN UNDER DIRECTIONOF J|ice ia the fourth inning when they Mathews, Police. in said cause on or before

be aD right, alone. Mla He'd, call that evening probablycome WAS 7 TO 6 J| enjoy the Royal and Ancient shoved over four runs. Polling Place: Ashe Street, be- Monday, tbe lad day of December
ASller pastime. However, of those present RECREATIONAL DEPT. ,I tween Angela and Southard A. D. ISIS otherwise the allegations
<< to house
as repentant as
a good time was had by alL i The Park aggregation had beenin of said bill will h. takes as
Tea Tro&ne Tm tired; awfully he had been that day at the cannery. 1 Streets. confessed by said defendants.IT .
tired. 1 want to rest undisturbed all They would go for a drive and he (By JOVE) And so we give you the results: Nine the lead up until then by vir- Fourth Ward Inspectors*. IS FURTHER ORDERED that

afternoon. would take her mills arms and comfort In a regular Senior League events are included in they tue of their two runs scored in Beauregard Lowe, Herman F- for this four order be published once a week.
swimming meet which will be > consecutive: in the
And Yroane left not to take the her. She would tell him she game at Bayview Park last night i the second frame. Roberts, Rogelio Gomez, C. Nor- Key West Citizen, a newspaper published -
the Bakers and Embalmers J It seems that Doe William staged Monday, starting at 11 in said County and State.
must leave the house for hotel played nemacher. Clerk. L. Roberts .
afternoon off. but to take her a i George -
stationat ; Percival Kemp and Mr. Edward A.. )f., in the Key West :05"" Outstanding: at bat were Papy This October Seth A. D. un
ta. outer door of the suite and perhaps. or maybe they could be 11 innings before a verdict I and Wm. 0. Marshall, Po- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
; Strunk will not learn lesson and Basin as one of the features of sad Sawyeq for the Park ten. and
with crisp words and flashing; married right away. Maybe Rob was i ido..o could be reached. The Doughboys a : lice. Polling Place: Olivia Street ROSS C. SAWYER

Viyes to fend off the Intruding women at the,license bureau that very I ,. with two outs and a runneron i so they invite Mr. Robert Spotts-.I the Armistice Day celebration I I Gene Roberta and Rueda for the ; and Windsor Lane. By Clerk of Circuit Court.
wood Mr. Russell to which has been worked out by the I FLORENCE E. SAWYER,
i and Melvin
who to moment. third finally won out. Ward Office I
came try to ferret out Anne's I crew. Fifth Ward-Inspectors: Dewey Deputy Clerk.
!'be their in another I recreation section of the local! KURTZ & REED,
source o; Information came through with a hit that put opponents Riggs Clement Jayce ks Jr.
In the field, J. Navarro, W. j Solicitors for Complainant
match. But usual the resultsare WPA and members of Arthur{
what name woutFbe give for the game on ice. I as E. A.
Anne followed Yvonne to the door BUT Wickers and Cervantes for the Sands \Goatee, octal BMVl-S-lS-21
? She wasn't Anne Farns- It was a Food from the same for some nnac- I Sawyer Post No. 28, American
and softly turned the key. Now she very game Herman 1.. Roberts and
had time ta herself,time ta digest the worth. She had a problem to face. start to finish. Thq first run was[countable reason, according to ; Legion. I Administration club and B. Rob Eugene Albury. Police, :Polling M THE COOTT JIUGET9 COURT

things Judge Kellogg had told her .- .. scored by the Funeral Homers in I Mr. Strunk. However the winning :I' The events follow: erts and Villareal for the Park Place: Jaycocks Building Division rAD STATE OF FOR' MOXROB. CO); TY.
and to ponder on the disturbing way :. the opening frame. Baker walked side always admit that it is.,. 1. Fifty-yard dash. I players showed up welL Street. re: Estate of
.., ;: because of superior playing. Doc',! 2. Fifty-yard back stroke. LAURA CURRY
Crocker had received them. II Cates sacrificed him to second Score R. H. E. Sixth Ward-Inspectors: Rich-
k I by innings:
3. One Deceased.
j Willie but continues : hundred-yard dash.
Baker scored when Barcelo says I ard H.
Sawyer, Wra. B. Curry To all Creditor. IwsaDlr+
overthrew third trying to catch :; to "chaw grass." And Mr. Strunk !i 4. Diving-low board (four Park .____ 02O 001 0--3 9 1 Leslie E. Russell, Hugh Hinde. tributees and all Person Having-

w 4' w&1.e i was mistaken for Samuel Harris!,i iI | compulsory, four optional), FERA _.... 000 410 x-5 6 4 i[ Clerk, Edwardo Albertua Police Claims or Demand Against said
I Estate
r him.The :
T victors came back and put I J (Postmaster) because Mr. Strunk 5: Four hundred-yard free Batteries: Black well. Elwood | Polling Place: White and Eliza Too, and each of TOO, are here-
I I to be "moseying along I style. by notified and required to present
s r over two runs in their half of the was seen | and Sawyer; E. Roberts and [Streets. claims
any or demands which
i In 6- Under water swim for dis- you
,1 about two miles per
same inning. Higgs singled. Hale Rueda. or either of yon, may have against
.a ;acrificed him to second. Acevedo fact, he was always halfway be- tance. the estate of Laura Curry )Moreno
7. Two' free NOTICE; The above named deceased, late of Monroe County
tween the crowd ahead and those hundred-yard
tingled to center Hijrgs! scoring. I Inspectors Clerks of Election I Florida,. to the County Judge ot
h Ward singled to center, Acevedo behind, so to an outsider it was style. SENIOR LOOP DOPEBy and Police I II on : to"u Z'rr-c- his office
ITEs hard to tell whether "Hurricane 8. Fifty-yard breast stroke. are hereby requestedto ; of said
coring I be at the City Hall Monday I County, at Key West Monroe County -
I In the second stanza, the Bak-I Eddie" was playing golf by himself i 9. Two hundred-yard relay November Florida, within' twelve month
shoved another Al- or with others. Now a word I 1 free style (four men to a team; 11, 1935 at 7:30 p. I from the time .C the first publication -
TS over tally.
I m, for the of receiving of this notice, to-wit October
fonso singled to short field. Beth-. to the wise to Bob and Melvin 50 yards to a man). ( JOVE) purpose 4. It IS; saM claim or demand

I -I 1 sacrificed him to second. Sweet.[ why don't you boys split up and An Armistice Day parade is to The standing of the teams in I instructions. and to be sworn nov82tFor in : must be duly sworn! to and presented

ing singled to right and Alfonso give Bob to Eddie and Melvin to ; start at 10 o'clock, and at 10:50A. the Senior Diamondball League aforesaid to, the or said same County will be Judge barred a.

:corl'd.I j+ Willie. That would be better for 1L, the fire department will follows: City Clerk by limitation.
a Mr. E. toll its bells for five minutes, I Dated this 4th day of October A.
concerned to
all especially
I The Embalmers scored one Club- W. 1.. Pct. HENRY F. SAUNDERS I>. ItJi.

run in the third. C. Gates doubledto A. S, Jr. Oh the resuts? Well, which will be followed by a five- Firemen ...___ 2 0 1.000 B CURRY MORENO

left. Cate.s singled through the it seems the winners won by 3 u minute silent period. At 1 o'clock, Bakers #.._._m..., 1 1 .500 LEGALS As Laura Administrator Curry Merese of the, deceased Estate of

infield to center and Gates came but then maybe that was due *lo"Stupid" the firing squad will be heard. Lopez Funeral Home 1 2 .333 I W. CURRY HARRIS,

home.In Li "Plummer Jelling"lore" Other events in the day's pro-. Bar-B-Q ...__.._ 0 1 .000 Attorney. for Administrator.ct4UltM. .
the time. gramInclude field sports at the I .BOTl-8-li-22-2.
the fourth they added one I wrong; 1% AND FOR :MO\ROB COtHfTT,

more and tied the score. Sterling: Navy Ball Field, starting at 1:30P. I Leading hitters in the league: FM>KIU%. IX For City Councilman

bunted safely Kerr doubled to I :Mr. Louis Crucikshank was seen '1[* a baseball game betweentwo Player- AB R. H. Ave. JOAQUJN re: Estate DeARXAS of I A. H. McINNIS left and Sterling went to third. !.I playing with the Duke of Rock picked teams, starting at 3 Tynes __*_ 101 1.000 NOTICE TQ DITO S I
forced at the o'clock in the Navy Ball Field Jones 514 .800 mss JO SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
Sawyer Sterling Sound but in order to preserve all creditor and persons
plate. Kerr went to third on the order these two gentlemen, boxing matches at the same place, Goehring _._ 524 .800 having claims or demand acalnst -.oa-.w

"Yvnnethyou'd bet I.I. play. Sawyer stole second and I Mr. Paul among Mesa went along. Incidentally starting at 8 o'clock, and the Bethel .._.._ 604 .66? Too said, Estate and each: of you, are hereby.;; WAVES
ter1 the throw. American Legion Armistice Day 8 5 notified and : I i
Kerr scored on Cookie occasionallyshooting P. CarboneU 3. .625 required to presentl Iwo
noon off. In the last of the fourth the was Ball/ starting at 10 o'clock at the I Stanley __ 503 .600 any claim and demands which you Permanent. gf QQ
last so either in deference ?"' -- or either "f you, may have again.ttbe for _. .
Dough boys put over three runs.1 I to "Old-Bye's" royal standing or Habana-Madrid Club. IL Griffin 4 0 2 .500 estate of Joaquin DvAnna. d*.,I Better Waves
$5.00 and
Today speakers appeared in aed. late of Monroe Flor op
An error by NodineJet "Tarazan"get Kerr __.._..13 2 6 .461
to Louis' M, .
rtl'1' She must back over her childhoodand I r superior playing I ida. to the Hon. Hugh Onnn CoaatjrJadjr MRS. MILLER
the various schools out
1 go pointing
at to first. Ward singled to left Mesa Sterling .....__...11 3 5 .455 of Monroe County at hi. office -
seek some clue. I I was dragging up the gear.bir. the import and meaning of Armistice in the County 407 South Street Phone 574-.
and Albury went to third. Ward Alfonso ._....._ 7 1 3 .48 Courthouse la

Her earliest memories were of the went to second on the throw to j I I -- Day and its observance. c.. Garcia ------.7 1 3 .428 Monroe year from County the date Florida of the wttnja fire one blicallon -

Of course It had been a tremendous big old house at Astoria of Lukeand. the hot corner. M. Acevedo hit to i Charles Salas and Mr.! C. Gates10 2 .c ,.400Cciacee..e hereof. Alt claim l demands > MONROE THEATER

hock to him. and a tremendous dis Lucinda. and of Tecla SorkL Nod line who threw too late to I Louis Pierce were playing and ... ... time and net In prevented the within the CHARLES FARRELL
Would Tecla know anything But I j.1THROUGH manner prescribedherein
appointment. Sbe hadnt heretofore no. catch Albury at the plate. Bethel i giving lessons to each other In .jiiiJii( [ ; .e..eeccccc hall be Barred a* providedby
Tecla hadn't come to them until she -InFIGHTING
law. -
realized how much he bad looked for- mijfled to center. Ward scoriae j; order to keep from too many: lessons -
was nearly a year old. She woukIn'tbe POLITICAL Dated September U, A. D. 1S1&
ward to controlling; the canneries know than and Acevedo held up at third. Mr. Neno Castro was making ANA illRA DeARUAS, I YOUTH
likely to more
But that was only naturaL Any man any Acevedo scored on a wlid pitch.In shots too. t A* Administratrix of the Estate of Matinee
Mrs. and some Balcony, I0c{ omIra. -
Maggie or Barney yet Joaquia DeArma. Deceased. 1
with ambition would look forwardto I
the seventh'frame, the Embalmers ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY
octll1825; noTl. .lS'Z2 15-20ej Nights 15-25c
such an opportunity and Rob was Anne sat up straight. There had once more knotted the
ambitious been that time she was so ilL Hazy Thefivesome composed of Bill
count. F. Lopez walked. Gates (By JOVE)
Time to.think of him later, too memories,only one dramatic episode forced him at second. Baker singled Malone (Mayor), Otto Kirchheiner ... ELECTION. NOVEMBER
remained with her the .....................
much heartache now. Heartachewasn't during pass- to left. Cates singled to right j}i (Tax-Assessor), Li Plummer 12. 193i
ing of the I would like to few wordsin WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL
years. : Charlie Ketchum a FUND
an abstract term. it was a and Gates scored. Alfonso threw' (Lighthouses), say ........................
real physical pain. Heat unbearable heat covers piled wild to third and Baker cam ,I (Sunday schools) and Samnella behalf of the Molina family. For I Local Committee for Key West
her. then Tecla lifting her covers They wish to their grati- Mayor
Slowly she began walking back upon home. Ingraham hit a double to [Goldsmith (Weather etc.), were express
and forth and carrying her to a rocker occasionally annoying the Strunk- tude to each and every one whoso DR. H. GAIlY

across the soft grey rug. bending over her. Anne remembered left scoring Cates. ; combine and also most liberally donated at the bene- Date.'! ......,. ...______.____
back in Kemp were
working her memory from .From then until the llth inning -
Tecla's crying. She remembered it fit games to help defray the ex- For Mayor
her conference with Judge Kelloggto the hit playeron of the time holding up the gang
only by
because it was the first time she had any TO THE EDITOR:
her last visit with Luke. the ten credited to behind. However, since Li was penses of their father's funeraL WM. H. MALONE
Lopez was
adultery. Tecla rocked back
What had happened In Astoria to seen an Gates single to right. He was telling his" usual stuff, Charlie was Appreciation is also expressed to? Far Rel_tM>a
and forth crying saying in a funny a Mr Price Mr. Sheppard, Mr.i Wishing to have a part in perpetuating thememory
make him change his will? He had sing. voice "Nikki. NikkL" the only man to reach first. making those good shots and Otto '

aid that very afternoon on the boat song In the final frame Hale double .was hunting his ball, the outfit Brantley, Mr. Artman, the Junior I For CouncilmanDR. of one of our most beloved and useful
There could have been nothing In Patrol and others This column I
that should anything happen. she ed to left. Acevedo and Albury finished a few minutes before t ARMANDO COBO citizens
the scene but the love of a nurse fora '. is only! a for their I enclose herewith my contribution of
was their only heir. He had always dark. That was extremely necessary -
were outs. But Ward came
child only Lucinda had rushed into easy
known she was not his own daughter the room and for her had spoken through with a hit to short that on account of a few gentlemen deep gratitude they express to For CouncilmanWILLIAM .,.,...., tQ the Will Rogers Memorial
those who: in their
and surely cbe had done notnlng the in helped them
She bad said scored Hale and won the game. waiting around curve Fund. I understand
sharply. something that this gift will
In the few hours In Astoria to cause ear of need. A. FREEMANFor be added to
that had frightened Anne something Ward connected for three safeties the road with rocks ripe tomatoesand ,

him-to 5 change his mind.AND about "can't hare this. If you out of five times at bat. a few;,other missies to lam at, others from eyVest and will go without any

." .Bat the I 1 hav Just i e i 4 don't. Bethel hit two out of three. some" more gentlemen.,; deduction. whatsoever to'the National
then In the doctor's office. She had told Tecla she either must In the field. Hale made some last named gentlemen ed Jhe[r TiItes .in" which it is stated! that CLIFFORD G. HICKS Fund to be

few moments with Tom do something ot must not do something wonderful running catches. Al first named gentlemen in thai the j the stt L'ettis,; Cardinals .wilI'play '. expended, also without any deduction as the: Me-

rarley hovering around like a men or she would have to find another bury and Sweeting also played last named gentlemen swent the| four games in JCuba They will For Councilman morial Committee determine.

acing shadow and Rob sitting beside nurse. That was what had welL Cates. Ingraham and Sterling other waxjhome and so saved the leave Tampa on 'the Steamship MARCOS A. MESA SR. may

her. they hadn't been able to talk frightened'Anne. She wanted Tecla. for the Embalmers were out- day. Particularly for their hides!.I Cuba for Key West en route to .

atone save for one moment when tbetwo And Tecla, what had she said in reply standing. Havana on the 3rd of March and f For CouncilmanJIM Name.,._.._._._......., -..-. .
men were called to tbe door by ". anyway j ....
the ?Better 00, better sd. Score by innings: R. H. E. reach Cuba on the 4th. They will j ROBERTSFor -' '-
Anne thought of this scene from Lopez Funeral Home- play in the Island Republic on Address _'

Luke had said.' Everything rye long ago. then awakened to a new 101 100 300 00-6 11 3 To th /Boss: Score: Wells 1- the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th and return -i'

done, believe me my dear lye dope thought Bakers Anyways4."SOOAL'UEAGDE",!; to Tampa on the 9th. Whatdo City Councilman N3

for your good. Luke had wanted to rush back to
think dear fans--a ma- J. B. SULLIVANFor
210 300 000 01-7 12 1 you ,
She had thought he meant his attitude Portland was it after talking to I Batteries: C. Gates and In- jor league club going through our '

towards her in tbe past his Tec la T Why else mould he have graham; Ward and M. Acevedo. city and we can not see them play.I Police Justice --- -- '- -

kindness his training. Could it be brought her to the hotel to talk to think it is time for the city to T. S. CARO

that somewhere hidden In this chaosof Lucinda have a baseball park:: You can
surprise and heartache there was "111 see her first Ill go there tomorro. DIAMONDBALLGAME i BANDING
.." Anne read in the papers every day For Chief of Police
something for
working out her good
where cities of one-thousand
The trip too would give Rob timeto pop- MYRTLANDCATES Oversea Transportation Co.
Each word had been an effort with ulation, having Class Double AA
become accustomed to .
.him. and she had silenced him with looking (By JOVE) clubs, train there. Why we can
upon her as someone other than: For Captain of Police
assurance of her trust In him. She Luke Farnsworth's daughter. But ........eeeea..e.e..a. not do the same, I can't under- OWNED AND OPERATED BY

was thankful for that now. is how the clubsin I stand. I believe should do ALBERTO CAMERO
she couldn't take him along. He The following we ,
at Bayview

said She about thought her of mother's what Maggie learning had didn't like Finnish people .-: Firemen will tackle the Bar-B-Q, stack Social Diamondball League I! !something baseball about town this here,for more we havea than For Captain of Police Thompson FISh Co. Inc., Key West
IConrigU, tiit. tjr Jeanm 8.wai.eaAges I
outfit The Fire laddies are out
her true Identity and for the first W. L. Miami or other cities of Florida. ROBERT J, LEWIS
time o make it three straight victories pct.j REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT
now. she wondered about her
j. Administration ..._ 8 2 What do Mr. Price. -BobbyP&O -
learns, tomorrow, that she \ you say .
other and, of course: the boys
mother her .
own "
.mother..: Is truly betrayed. '. SERVICE BETWEEN
ft LightnonSeT __ 5 4 ,555
-. -- ___ 1. 'nth the ketchup and onions want : T- .
---------- ; : ......._ -5 .
; coitions. High School ..._ 4 .444BayviewI'ark f
to in their win
put a victory
eeee.a.Today's '
eee.eeeaeeeeeee JS. Mi-born'aVGoUstorV-N. C _._ 46.400

Birthdays tGl t years! agofc Y *. <.,"- *=.r W|1 The. game will get under way use Jones' Griffin, Stanley, STEAMSHIP Co. I Key West and MiamiNOW \ Walter G. Campbell, U. S.j' at batteries 7:30 o'clock will be sharp, Rosam and and the Woodson, Carey and others. UNITED STATES FAST I MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST

1 Dept. of Agriculture's chief of i The Firemen will use the same MAIL ROUTES FOR
Robert W. Bingham of Louis ; Woodson for the Bar-B-Q ten, ONTUESDAY
in --- -
: i line-up that they Clayed with
the Food and Admiruetra-1
ville, Ky.. Ambassador to Great Drug and Walker and Gabriel for the MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
tion born in :Knox Co. Ky. 58 the first two gamesPALACE I
Britain born AND
in Orange Co., N. fighters.The MORNINGSWE
C64 years ago.Henry } I Leave Key West for Havana oa Hbndayi and Thursday.
yeanafro! .; Sandwich aggregation will .
Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
Rear Admiral George! C. Day I II. Curran of New York!born at Port Jervis. N. Y., 39 Fridays

of New York. who reaches today f City director of the National years ago.Matthew. Bob Steele In I SERVICE.

the statutory age of retirement,.t Economy League, born there, 58 i NO MAN'S RANGE ] Leave Key West for Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M. OFFICE au CAROLINE STREET

born at Bradford Vt. 64 years years ajro. Van Sicklen pf Washington [ Sefiaf: Adventures Of Sale of ticket for Havana wU step at $:OO A. M.

ago. j i D. C-, a noted consulting REX AND RINTY I For farther ;.form'tian: salt Pine 71 TELEPHONES 68 AND 92FRIDAY
St&nky R. ("ilaek; ) Harris, mining engineer, born in New Night. 15-2Sc
JIaj. Gen. John \\". Gulkk, U. -"tot5d bweferit fiaje/r-manager,' York City 55 i years"ago.' MtiacslO-15ct, : J. COSTAR, A,.. ,

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:-: SOCIETY : -: fAt The Stores 1 I ..............)........... COLUMNSALESMEN LEAVE ON SUNDAYBringing J. G. KANTOR< c.11

....... ......................................... John 1861 Slidell-James, Confederate,1. Mason and EXCLUSIVE ,
envoyson ........................ MEN AND STUDENTSOh
way to England, taken off
Daughters Of Confederacy BIG SOAP SPECIALS WANTED to a close a very sue-
Almost 30 local groceries are British ship "Trent" by American cessful business visit to this city,, Boy! Oh BoylWhat I Worsted All Wool SuiUall

Entertained Here YesterdayMrs. this week featuring specials on, captain-Britain 'protested, and MAN WANTED for Rawleigh II. B. Gillentine and son, Ben representatives -'! a stock and what a shades of grey-. also
sent on, after being released by r selection of Fine browns and tans, single and
Lux Toilet Soap Lifebuoy Soap Route of 800 families. Write of the Lever Brothers Quality
Rinso and Lux. I U. S. government. today Rawleigh. Dept. FAK- Company manufacturers of Lux, Men's and Students Suits- double breasted, plain and
hos- Following the entertaniing guaranteed standard make sport back made to sell much
S. W. Douglas was program -
116-SA, Memphis Tenn. Lifebuoy Lux and Rinse
All stores with these specials soaps;
I bought at low higher at the low cost
cost --
tess afternoon to annual election of officerswas t 1864-Abraham Lincoln. re a due to now
yesterday i are listed in this issue of The elected the nov8-14-21-28 detergent powders, will leave Sun- the large quantity. We are -$12.50} to $18.50.
Stephen R. Mallory Chapter Unit- ,held with. ,the results as fol- Citizen. to Presidency. day morning over the Oversea! satisfied with a small profit.
ed Daughters of the Confederacyat -- POSITION WANTEDBOOKKEEPERTYPIST Highway. { Trousers-You will be delighted
her home, 830 Division atreet., lows: 1889-Montana admitted t. Please, REMEMBER that with this big: selection
The weather was ideal typical Mrs. S. W. Douglas-Presi- READY FOR WINTERLewinsky's Statehood as 41st State. Business done by Mr. Gillentine, this is the store for 'Blue of Men's and Students' Pants,
young while in this far beyond Serge Suits.
Fall afternoon in Key West and dent. Men's Shop is readyfor i( light and dark shades-slacks,
desires In-
man employment.
the meeting was. held in a nookon Mrs. Frank Ladd-First; Vice the winter season. New stockin 1919-First; American Legion his expectations. Acquainted with Biggest assortment of Blue plain and some with zippers,
613 Margaret street. business conditions in this city at French Oswego at the low cost of $1.95 to
the spacious grounds surrounded President.: the famous brands of Conventions, at :Minneapolis, be- 'I |I Serge Suits
many the present time, he did not expect for men and students double $6.50.
by bright colored crotons and Miss Elizabeth' Watlington- merchandise carried by this store gins.1923llitler's I and single breasted,
to near the mark sport and
coconut palms Second' Vicepresident.Mrs. : is and for Shirts-Only the best make
hibiscus. graceful now on display ready I plain backs shorts, stouts and
"Beer lIallputsch" WANTED reached this week.
and flaming royal poincianas. and W; 'E. Huston-Secretary.i I the customers. regulars.? worth considerablymore with the new trubenized col-
Mrs. Douglas was the perfect hos- :Mrs. George 'Ar herTreasurIie This store is now featuringMen's in .l\lunich-IIitIer and Display work done by young I ail the low cost of lars; new patterns-Arrow.
I Ludendorff attempted to seize WANTED-A rihance to bid on Mr.\ Gillentine is very noticeableto I Phillips Johnes and E. & W.
$14.50 to $19.50.Gaberdine .
\ Blue Suits,
I Serge Style
tess.The government of city.1932Franklin your next printing order. The the housewives of this com-
birthday anniversary of I Mrs. Allan B. Cleare .- Park Felt Hats. W. L. Douglas I' I Artman Suits-all wool Shoes-All desired styles
1 1i I Press. munity. An attractive
displayhas latest fad, dark and colors for men and
Rafael Semmes, admiral of the Historian.At Shoes at an attractive low price. D. Roosevelt and light
Confederate States Navy, was ob- i the close of the business I I Florsheim Shoes in all colors and elected President. FOR RENT been placed in practicallyevery greens, also browns, double boys. Guaranteed Solid Leath
l' local breasted sport. These er. Peters and Beacon at
served with ,appropriate readings.Mrs. meeting a social hour was enjoyed scores of other items in men's grocery. were
read account of I IKANTOECIALS I gent mothers: i intelligent mothersand FURNISHED I made to sell for $25.00. to $5.00.
Douglas an goods. HOUSE. Modem
the dedicatory services>;} of the I The chapter will meet next I'I II I ignorant mothers." conveniences three bed rooms. check priced$ the low cost of A big line of Sweaters with

Lee-Stratford'Home in Virginia, month at the home of Mrs.\ Claude : I garage. 610 White Street. COLDS Hats to fit Zippers and Plain and Genuine
I Harold Nicolson British a'uthor: II 666 6 6 6 aid every man in Leather Coats. The new sport
which took October 12. Albury, 1009 Grinnell street.
._place I I J. G. Ranter's is "talking suits"' "No American of my age and nov8-3tx j FEVERfir town$1.95, all to $7.00.colors silk lined, at styles with Pleats.Yokes and Inverted -
-- ----- men and students in his
,, advertise-j education would live in the NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT .i day

Arrange Dance At Dance At Raul's \i ment in this issue of .1 1I squalor in which, thank God I : with garage. Apply 827 I Ugai4-TsUts HEADACHES I PHONE 897
I ,
This store is now showing the I
III I live myself. Duval street. -octlD i SalveN....Drops in 30 minute
Habana-Madrid Club Saturday \I largest stock of new clothing in
--- ,.
its history. Attractive buys in --

Habana-Madrid: Club will bold] A nice program-has been arranged -t,!I I trousers sweaters and shoes are

its regular weekly Saturday evening for the Armistice Danceto also advertised today. FEATURING THE FOUR
dance at the clubhouse corner -;
be given Saturday night at S 0
Duval and Front streets tomorrow NEW SUITS JUST IN
at the usual hour. Raul's Club on the boulevard.Dell New fall stock of Hart, Schaff-

Pritchard's Orchestra will be, Woods and his orchestra ner and Marx and other famous

on hand to furnish a good'program will play a select program, of ap-I. brands of suits are now being
of dance music for the affair. propriate music and the popular a[shown in all the latest styles, '
orchestra manager has arranged:| colors and materials at MendcII's :
to have Joe Lopez and Harriett Exclusive Men's Shop.
Students To Give ,
Johnson sing a duet entitled.j Today's advertisement will give "

Dance TonightHigh "That's What You Think." Ia:I j prospective buyer an idea of

,I Another big number will be by what specials this store is featur- .: yFA cr or14 i
School students of the Avery Johnson who will sing the I' ing in the suit line.SELECT so Ap y

Convent of Mary Immaculate will new Broadway hit, "Treasure;
_ _
stage a dance at the Cuban Club, Isle." The orchestra has a sur- POULTRY t a

tonight starting at the usual i I i prise presentation. Fulford's Poultry Farm phone

hour. 880, carries a complete line of
Pritchard's Orchestra has been I t I gram of dance hits for the event. poultry at all times. > I I'SO-') ,V, THIS WEEK-AMD EVERY WEEK-

engaged to furnish a spicy pro-|:A large attendance is anticipated.I Their selection for this week 10SOA p S : WERE PUSHING THESE FOUR
includes soft-bone roasters, stew-
ing hens cut up and ready for the
pot. fryers stags, guineas and VALUES

.....................-.....-.............-......-.... COTYS GOODS You can hm the soft,lovely skin COME I IN AND STOCK UP
tea admire in other women.Use
Joseph Benifield, who was;:\ D. D. Hargan of the TiltHargan -j Gardner's Pharmacy has just / the beauty acoet of screen sun ,

spending a while with :Mrs. Beni'' Company who was in Key received a new shipment of the of Broadway actresses.Use luxurious During our 4 STAR VALUES Soap Sale we
field, left on the Florida last West making appraisal of the| famous Coty line of toilet goods. ,fragrant Lax Toilet Soap! offer Lux Toilet
Soap Lux Rinse
night for a business visit in Mi\ i holdings of the Clyde-Mallory I These are to be offered at the you and
ami. r Lines and was the guest of AgentC. new attractive prices Mr. Gard- 1-:1: Stop stocking run with Lax care. lifebuoy Health Soap at prices that represent
A gentle Lazing each night
E. Smith during his stay left I ner states. the elasticity of stockings.Lux preserve : real savings. 5-

J. N. Costar agent for the P. last night on the Florida for Mi-. h kind to precious colon
and O. S. S. Company left last l,ami en route to New York. ........ ............... ."Safe: ia warn. -safe in lax." Because of their high quality and consistent
night on the Florida for a business -:-- I / :" ability to fulfill every washing requirement

visit of several days in Miami. [ Mrs : who Today's Horoscope Gin clothes a brand new whiteness always recommend Lux T D fet 'Soap; Lux,
I Margaret Wilson was ....................... tftry washday. Rinse savesscrubbing _
,in Key West for a visit with her and boiling.Saves col Rinse and Lifebuoy as outstanding Star
Dr. E. Rodriguez y Baso ac-.i brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and The native of this day, as indicated ors.too.Endorsed by 34 leading 'I Values.LI1 .
companied by his sister Miss Con-! 11r8. Paul Lumley, and'ether relatives -" by the older writerS. is washing machine makers LhIX+

chita Rodriguez, left on' the Cuba 1;r left last night for Miami not naturally very fortunate.; The g For fresher, We urge you to stock up now.US your kitchen
for Havana to I ner l New j! mind, unless spurred to action is g a clearer complexion
yesterday morning' en route to home in ; ; try Lifebuoy facials.Its rich puri and bathroom soap needs for some time to.
spend a while with their sister York. J liable to be listless and inactive finglatherissapeem7dmdeep: come.
:Mrs. Mercedes Gato and other in a way to. take things. as they cleansiag. It gently coaxes out ,.
relatives.Rev. I come, rather than to 'make much pore-clogging impurities. a
I I Mrs. George: I. Knowles jr., effort to compel results. Later
left the Florida last fora
Wm. J. Reagan, pastor of on night J interpreters of. this degree describe -
I stay in Miami with relativesand FEATURE SALE NOW RUNNING AT
St. Mary's Star of The Sea Catholic friends. I it as restless yet working ALL THESE STORES
Church, left on the Florida last I as if in a dream. There is power

night for a stay of several days inMiami l if the mind can be awakened.
Mrs.\ J. H. Saunders, jr.. and THE "LUX RADIO THEATRE"
I........................ Einhorn's Grocery George Parks
children Florence, George and
Clarence Thompson, pilot on the Yvonne, left last night on the i VIEWS AND REVIEWS 901 Duval Street offers you a solid hour of magnificent entertainment Newton StreetRichardson's

Key West bar, left last night on Florida for Miami and from there -a complete popular play acted by .

the Florida, accompanied by Mrs. will go to join Mr. Saunders. chief II famous stars of stage and screen with expert
Thompson, for Miami where he clerk for the F. E. C. Ferry Com-I
What They Say Whether Tift's Grocery
supporting cast.
will purchase equipment for a'i pany at Port Everglades. Right Or Wrong Grocery

business which he intends I .......................* 1101 Division Street Tune in Every Sunday at over Station 629 Eaton Street
chasing and expanding.D. I Mr.\ and Mrs. Peter Figueredo,
Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister
P. CasJirold;:: C. Bett I i who with were relatives spending and friends a fortnight left,. of Great Britain: LUX Toilet
"Not one country today, if Miss Garri \L Soap
and Anthony Varone, C. C. C.. !last night on the Florida for the' war .... VjGrocerye X i V. Ceballo
broke : ,'
members who were in Key out, could regard itself as 'teIU
camp ? "
home in Miami. Strict s t t
West for hospitalization left on secure until that war ended. Even 80 5 < J 11 511 Fleming: Street
the Florida last night for Miami.' Ii America, which has talked of isolation 3 for 20c '. ;'
Mrs. William Lawton Bates wasa is up against that periL" x .... : ''.:
passenger on the Florida last; UStosi'Grocery! ,-.1;: *' 't
j I night for Miami where she will I Bernard E. Deutch, New York 4 ; Keeps Skin Smooth and Fresh Calleja

MENDELL'SExclusive spend a few days with friends. t City official: "'1100:Pac e treet fr--, \\f 701 Caroline Street
I "There are good mothers, bad
mothers, indifferent mothers dili- v
Men's Captain M. M.\ Watler, who was ,
Shop I!:spending. a* vacation with his! J. M. Fernandez Frank Saunders

family left by plane Wednesdayfor a LUX
New Showing Miami en route to his dredgenow ,tsCoteea'e' ts 1128 Packer Street 930 Southard Street
FALL SUITS operating in the Okeechobee ,
district. Svo small size '
I Fernandez & Son large> A. Lujan

: Commissioner Norberg Thompson -,
1211 Duval 25c lOc
who was spending a week on Street 533 Francis Street ,
business in Cuba returned yester- a

HART, SCHAFFNER & day afternoon on the Steamship for all fine laundering
MARX CLOTHINGIn Florida. H. R. Finder A Lopez

colors the, from latest- patterns and Paul Smoak assistant auditorfor ''LEWINSKY'Si SHOP 923 Fleming Street 900 Simonton Street

the WPA out of Jacksonville,i
S25.00 TO S37.50 arrived thi 'morning- by plane fora : GRIFFON MEN'S SPORT Rinso

conference with heads. of the I SUITS Pablo Calleja -Charles Smith
SUITS I 16 ox.MEN'S 901 Fleming Street adsize Georgia Street
large .., _
single and double breasted ,i Robert Thompson who was in STYLE PARK FELT
Miami onra1"business! 'visit of'sev-I HATS.

S17.50 I'I eral'' days. returned by plane thismorning. 'I W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES, per A. Salgado 23c 3 for 25c Lowe's Cash Grocery
ti l''
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS ,, i pair $3.50.FLORSHEIM. 930 Eaton Street
I 1117 Division Street
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