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 9, 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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1 Assistant Attorney General IN MOVE OF .AAA -- I Fading With Drums
Annual membership drive of the I t In connection with tt c drive AUDIENCE!

Red Cross will begs. Monday!! Mayor Wm. II. Malone h is issued

morning, Armistice Pay, Novem-'the regular proclamatio which

Causes But Little CommentIan APPEARS 'SUPREME COURT her .J 1. and _will end .on Thanksgiving 'i is published herewith: MAYOR MALONE AND VARIOUS Recalling World To Arms
Day, November 28. The roll |I "The date for the an lual roll

WILL NOT GIVE DECISIONON call committee in Key West will [call for the Key West Chfepter of OTHER CANDIDATES

establish headquarters in the i the American Red Cross Ifcis been -- -
I Plaza Restaurant on Daval street. i set for the period beginning -on ;

Ian Mentioned InI: CRIMINAL COURT TIL FIRST OF YEAR Those who have agreed to takean ,I Armistice Day November 13, and REN ACTED AS CHAIRMANA I I PLANS COMPLETE Seventeen Years Ago Tu

active part i. the drive are: I ending Thanksgiving Day. S

National Affairs Held I ICONVENESMONDAYJURY I Mr. M. E Berkowitz chairma.1; ; I, "Workers who helped in \ the i OBSERVANCE' riMe Conflict Betweet

By HERBERT PLUMMER W, L Bate, treasurer; Mrs. H. i roll call last year turned f om large number of voters and

Big Secrets In Gold Br" Ammoelmtr Fm ) Harry Baker publicity; Mrs. E. I their solicitation; to carry on the I citizens assembled at Bayview Nations Was Brought To

WASHINGTON Nov. 9.-Poll-. J. Bayly, Junior Red Cross; Mrs.E. ... year's program: of relief for vie-1 l Park last night to hear the va- ARMISTICE DAY

ProgramBy WILL BE DRAWN AND R. Evans, Ministerial Alliance; 'tims of accident disaster and dis-\j\ 1 I .
tical insiders sense a neat bit of rious candidate who gave addresses An EndBy
Mrs. Grace Palacios, colored sec I--
RECESS TAKEN UNTIL in interest of their candidacy
strategy ;in the move of AAA officials ilea ease."They come to ua now with an
in the coming city election VARIOUS EVENTS TO BE PUT
NOVEMBER 18 Captains and districts to which ;other appeal for membership dues neWt Tuesday.The .
HERBERT PLUMMER offering four-year they have been assigned are as [ that will finance the work of another I ON UNDER AUSPICES OP ALEXANDER R. GEORGE
(Uy A**.rlmtr4 Press) meeting was presided over
tion contracts to farmers produc.1 follows: Mrs. Sebastian year. Since our Red Cross sly AwMrlatrd Press)
WASHINGTON. Nor. 9.-Tlieesignation Jr.. Southard street; \ asks so little from the community by Dr. William R. Warren, who WPA UNITS AND, AMERI- WASHINGTON. Nor. '.-
Criminal court of Monroe counity the supreme court rules cabrera'i acted's chairman and who also
Simonton and contributes much itself I
Luethi so -
of Angus D. MacLeait I ; gave a'brief introductory talk CAN LEGION "The World War will end this
I will( not be in session.. next legality of the processing tax. Godfrey Thompson. to the general wlefare hope bearing OM the situation.
assistant attorney general was Mrs. G. N. Goshorn and those who asked for
5trl'et:1 urge are morning at 6 o'clock Washingtontime
Refusal hear The fir t speaker of the eve-
the to
week. Monday will be Armistice of court
street; Mrs. II. C. Galey the relatively small participationof
'..i..ed I by>> the press with little arguments the Hoosac Mills ning was 'eorge C. Brooks whois Final details for Key West's 11 o'clock Paris time."
on street; Mrs. Carl Bervaldi Fran- paying!: the annual membershipfee I
Day, Tuesday will be election t aspirin) for the office of police -
Ore comment than that the de case until December 9 makes it cis street; Mrs. Vivian E. Pierce will respond promptly again Mr. Brooks observation of Armistice; Day!!! Seventeen Monday

day and the day _after;- .will be highly improbable that a decision Elizabeth street; Mrs. Wm. this year. very judge.nice address in which gave he out a Monday were worked out today I I years age
rtment of justice had lost its Warren, Eaton street; Mrs. F. "The relief program of the Red that simple bat highly dramatic
"Recrimination Day.". will be had on the present methodof R'I lined the many things he proposesto by employes of the_recreation, sec
Kirtland South street; Mrs. C. Cross is recognized by city officials 1
kfth "key man** since early collecting processing taxes un- do if elected, and promised togive tion of the local WPA and Associated Press bulletin touchedoff
Goethe North Beach Miss factor in meeting ;
On Monday, morning 10 o'clock ; as a potent the people a fair and impartial mem-I
pring. til in January, 1936, at the Louise Russell Junior Womanjs present needs and as anagency bers of Arthur Sawyer nation-wide outburst
court will convene. Docket will be administration of the of a great
earliest. Club; .Miss\ Margaret Lacedonia, '" of incalculable value in American Legion. Tomorrow, the I
Few outside close administration sounded and a venire of jurors fice.Frank of and for the
Marine the of joy thanksgiving
:Meanwhile four-year contracts!, hospital.All event possible emergency. O. Roberts was the next import of the Armistice signingwill i
will be drawn. those who in "1 therefore of Key I
sympathywith Mayor
are as
circle were aware of the subject to certain rights of ter- speaker to ta'.e the stand. "Mr. be emphasized in church "triumphant ending of the war to
Judge J. Vining Harris will the wide sread activities ot | West hereby set aside the
Roberts who is candidate for I
fact that mination, are being offered wheat the' Red Cross and who willing nated the time desig-I a services throughout the city.
[ the Scotsman actuallyi then announce the venire, return- are period as councilman also cave a very interesting end all wars" and for the "victoryof
and rye farmers. Tobacco: farmers i to contribute from five cents past members will be asked Beginning with the Armistice:

a one-man supreme court for able Monday morning November have been or will be offered I to fifty cents weekly, may send neW their memberships and those half of his: and candidacy.logical, and talk told in the be- Day parade at 10 o'clock Mondaj democracy over"

18, and call a recess until that their names to Miss Ethel Pauline who have not enrolled before to morning events will continue'
President Roosevelt. similar contracts. Like proposals I. I voters of the many timigs> he stood At 1 lame to 11, the bitM
Green at headquarters.: She has add their names to the ranks of throughout the balance of the i
date.Cases will be submitted to cotton and for and proposed: to put into effect lence. the
Seldom mentioned on the front Echeduled for trial are: farmers under I volunteered to call at the homes Red Cross members in Monroe with the aid of the other day and night, climaxed with the more startling than
corn-hog present
and collect the promised amounts.) County." Armistice Day ball being sponsored thunder of tile guns, came to th,'
pages, MacLean was the Presi Four assault and battery, four plans. [ city officials provided he is ''
by the Legion Post Monday
western ff4fc- The Kaiser w.i-
dent's adviser in the series of executive petty larceny 10 vagrancy con. In all, AAA officials would like --- -- | successful in his race. I'! night at the lIabana-Madrid Club
orders and the gold test tinued from last term two selling I to see some 3,000,000 individual i Rivas Heard hiding in a republic "ot
; At 10:50 A. 1[. Monday the
farmers sign the dotted line as :NEW WPA PROJECT YOUNG RUSSELL IS I and, for the. people" wa'- being -
on Mr. Roberts
cases which rode through the supreme liquors without the necessary license was followed by|i fire department will toll its bells i
I quickly as possible, agreeing to Captain of Po ice Everett R. Riv I up in Berlin and leading!: Anu-i -
for five minutes, following by a
He knew the
court. Pres.idea's one operating a vehicle t
gauge their production of various TO BEGIN TUESDAY NOW RECOVERING: as, who promised his listeners in 1 i five minute silent period when can cit eBs hailed the day a* the
plans, before reached (
they without icense
a one reckless I to the control the I
crops program.A event he is Te-e ected: to fill i: all Key Western are expected to j most Momentous of the century. a
the news columns, for it was his driving and one aggravated as- Powerful WeaponThe the dcties of the office in the stand in silent tribute to those -
I fu-I i turniftg gist in history.;
duty to check executive orders to sault. reason say those on the j ture as he has done in the past. |I who lost their liRa in the World :

see if they conformed to the law. inside, is that AAA officials APPROXIMATELY 200 MORE I! SUFFERED INJURIES RECENTLY | Mayor William H. Malone was i 1 I War. A volley of gunfire from f AezioBs; Eyes On EuropeTbettaasi

When questioned about intim- figure with this many signed contracts PERSONS TO BE PUT TO ON FALLING FROM TREE [ the next speaker introduced by 'I the Navy Ball Field at 11 o'clock of the AmLricancommtnttica

ate details of the history-making CHANGE ORDER ONHOLIDAYTORWPA in hand they will have a I I Dr. Warren. The chief executive I' will signalize the end of the si I which on November

executive orders on silver and' powerful weapon with which to WORK NEXT WEEK NEAR NAVY HOSPITAL gave a Ion; r.nd interesting talk 11, 1918, && an unparalleledMUmfejiilfKt
1 sent
Ideal I __ .. .-,.--- ,.. '! perio "' .' 4aeonWUK n':
yoM, MacLesw-woeW-Ttnihr! faint'ly .- the event with :
: withtonrreas'in 1"1 dealing his'tandidacy": r : A hr 1IiC'Ten p n'ft'e for tn.
and say nothing: more than "I the supreme court decided the I' I election and covered many rre-'j day include a swimming meet I peace, will boservi- the anm-n

imagine if some folks had known processing taxes are unconstitu Local WPA administrative persons :j Melvin E. Russell. Jr., young of the city administration during ,I during which the girls' swimmingteam sary with apprehensive' eyes turn-

about them a day or two, or even tional. have been successful in 1 son of :Melvin: E. Russell, superintendent his elucidation. Mayor Malone I of Monroe High School will ed again to war clouds user
hour two could have ADMINISTRATIVE insistedall get : went into details Europe and the rest of the wnrlil.This an or they OFFICES TO The administration has of public instruction, principally along stage an exhibition; a field meets
made a lot of money. Or a great along that should the court ting an increase in the employe i iI I and Mrs Russell, known to his the lines of finances and law enforcement -I I all-star baseball game, and a fight anniversary) of the "gr< a1hence"

deal of trouble for others." BE KEPT OPEN ON ARM. rule against the government in I I quota for this district, it was announced -:i j I many friends as "Skippy," is recovering i and stated that the city! card bringing!: together some of | finds the American natn r,

Wagner Law Tests ISTICE DAY the Hoosae Mills case, congress this morning, and approximately '; nicely frotn injuries received had cut down its indebtedness to j I Key West's finest fighters!: preceded I apparently more determined than
The national labor relations find taxes to a great extent datillJPhis term of :ever to keep ont of war.:
would have to new 200 more persona', to his rignjt arm in a fall by a "Battle RoyaL I .
board of that : office, besides ha i i4 received his By ntamljto bf congress and b;,-
aware whisperings replace the commitments already will be called for work Tuesday!I from a tree Thursday* Z The complete program for the'
Rome large manufacturing corporations made by the government to the \ legal attention,in many mattersin day arranged by the American ?-
Administrative offices of the Melvin was plaViigHrith a number as !: and
are ready to attack the morning. I cooperation with the city attorney >, eU Secretary of Stale Hull.
cotton corn-hog, wheat, rye. tobacco of his friends limbed I a tree I Legion and the WPA recreation I
constitutionality of the Wagner WPA will be open Monday and peanut and sugar!: farmers. At least one more project will,i near the navy i &''sp tal lie fell all of which service has department follows: the gotet ttsitM t is committed t to>

labor act is making preparation: administrative employes will be I f The huge favorable majority I get under way, and every other i from the limb and suffered pain cost the city no additional expense I I 10 A. M.-Armistice Day pa-1| a policy of neutrality much more)
to defend its legality. working. This this I project will be manned to the full I I rigid than that which obtained before -
i was announced | rolled up by corn-hog farmers for i ful lacerations on the arm between 1 rade. led by Legion Drum and I
Such possible attacks againstthe morning by Administrator M. E. extension of contracts has en- extent of the original' proposal it'' the elbow and shoulder. Mayor Malone stressed the fact i Bugle Corps; Key West Junior this country was drawn into

law, designed to prevent unfair Gilfond, who said that projects, couraged AAA. officials to push'!|I was said. I I'I I Immediate medicaf attention that he proposed to follow the Patrol crack drill team; fire de- the World War.

labor practices necessarilymust however will not be in operation ; forward with their plans. Re-conditioning of the kinder' was given and five stitches taken same course in the future if re- partment National Guard, Boy Old Neutrality ProfitableThe

await the formal filing of Monday. Budget PreparationsRefusal I'I garten at the corner of Reynolds !I to close the wound. elected as he has done in the : Scouts and floats. Line of march. United States then ba-o: 1.

the first complaint for the exam- Yesterday the district offices in of the supreme court to I and South street, in preparation I I pest, especially! in retaining his I I from Greene and Whitehead its neutrality on reedom of fI t ,i.
ination of the board. While 11 for school will begin: I authority as chief executive and seas" which meant the right!: t->
several West
Key were advised that there grant the request of the govern- a nursery I! streets to Duval, to Navy Ball
hundred informations havebeen I would be no work for administrative ment for hearing arguments on Tuesday it was announced. The i SIR. CUBA COMES !raid that he will never give: way Field. trade with warring nations MIject !.-

filed since the law became | forces Monday. This morn- the Hoosac Mills case on Novem- building, being lent to the WPA I to any clique or faction that may 11:05 A. M.-Aquatic meet I : te the limitation of interna-
effective July 5, these, still the Monroe Board of: endeavor to take from him tional law as to contraband anrl I
on are ing a telegram was received at ber 20 promises to make the job by County IN FROM 1 HAVANASteamship away Key West Yacht Ban. Exhibition I
in the "simmering" stage and I I headquarters advising that since of preparing the budget for the. Public Instruction, is to be re-i I i the reigns of government in the by girls' swimming 'earn of )Ion-I blockade. Almost from the outset -

have given no indication as to ,{ Armistice Day, is not a national coming fiscal year one of con- decorated and improved on the I administration of the affairs of I roe High School,. Contest f'r.ntJI.: interference with Amenta')

when they may reach the point holiday administrative' 'employes siderable' doubt.and uncertainty.It interior, and the (rounds also arc '_ the city. 50-yard dash].50-yard back stroke; shipping, first by the British, and t

when the board is asked to issue would be expected work. is customary for the presi- to be improved. : Cuba, of the P. and In conclusion he stated that he 100-yard,_dasb; divas low board, the by the Germans, led to a bi-

complaint and summons for a Those who' take ''the 'day off dent to submit his budget mes- The names 0 of men being called I I O. S. S. company, arrived from had given!: much of his time and four _eompulsarjr and four optional rica of doplomatic crises.
will be the bulletin with finances as well in his efforts Commerce with the slit _
hearing.Of may expect to have the time deducted sage to congress immediately after posted on Havana yesterday afternoon ; ,1O0-r4free! s'jle' ; nadvrwa-
the 400 or more informa from the regular vacation he delivers his message on the board at the WPA garage, it is one second class passenger for.t toward the progress of the city in ter swi,. for distance; 200yard which! were in close touch w>th!

tions filed in the offices of the 21 period. state of the union. In all probability stated. ]I Key West; nine first and two his contact with different individuals I free styles 50 lard breast $stroke this country brought trenu-ndnu

regional!: boards, many have been this budget message will I second class passengers.for :TamP and organizations, and stated -!I amir{ SfOArnril Tefay free ?fye, profits to American business t con
adjusted with little difficulty.. : that above all he stood first I r I tealkHraifiH f cents. The purchases of supplx'

While no mediation is possible .1'I GWYNN FUNERAL fore be in the the supreme hands of court congress acts be-on MANY ABSENTEE !I -The vessel sailed 5:30 o'clock and last for anything that may tx 1 :.10 P. M.Field meet. Nary were financed by huge loan, fr<.m

under the law, there have been' the for Tampa with 19 passengers, for the welfare and advancementof I Ball Field. Event, l&O-yerd American bankers to Great Britain -
many cases reported to the national processing!: taxes. BALLOTS VOTEDABOUT eight of whom took at Key West. Prarei and Russia. The Un; '-
; THIS AFTERNOON President Roosevelt in declaring passage dash' ; 200-yard Jash; high!: jump; "
board in which employers' Key West. CaVo Addresses VotersT. ed States' favorable balance ()
that he was relying on the I broad jump; shot put; relay; pale!
were notified of violations and I continuation of the processing Steamer Ozark of the Clyde- S. Caro, candidate for vault; potato rare; and three.legged trade rose from $690.000.000 in
took measures to correct them. i I levies, estimated there would be a Mallory Lines, which was due to lice judge, gave a spirited po-I I : race. 1913 to $S3.000.000 in J I'.M! ; ';
Officials believe if a move is DECEASED Dl D SHORTLY $670,000,000 increase in revenues arrive last night!: was held up by and promised! to work 3 P. At.-Baseball game. Navy J II I Afthottfrh President Wilson's reelection -

made to ''test the law the method AFTER NOON HOUR YES. during the current fiscal year. An WITH CITY CLERK FOR storm warnings and did not ar- hand with all concerned for the Ball Field. I in 1916 was a'nhl'ito !
will be to reek injunction. This i / live until 12:45 o'clock today.I largely the slogan, "he kept us
an adverse ruling by the court not best interests oi Key West. lIe 8 P. M.\ -Boxing, Navy Bl: ,
would halt action under the COMING ELECTION The vessel from New Orleans I out of war, commercial te-
j jI only would upset his prediction, also promised to fill the duties of I I' Field. Main event "Pimpey"
for Belgiam.
board's ruling until decisions had i and has of coke for widapreadympat.hy -
a 1
but necessitate drastic revisionsin cargo the office to vhieh he aspires Rojas, 165. and Emory BackwaE. I
been had in district, circuit and ] the budget itself. the gas!: plant.Freighter fair and impartially to all con- 170; semi-final. Bobby Waugh.I I France and Britain and

supreme courts consecutively. i Phillip Sawyer Gwynn 36, who Absentee voting came to an I 1 1I : Colorado, of the same cerned. 121. and Kid Pelican. 121; other :!German submarine warfare involving -

Contact :I died 12:30 o'cock yesterday, will I end yesterday afternoon at 5 }j I lines, is due in tomorrow morning Joe Cabrera, candidate for reelection preliminaries. Blondie Roberts,'I the deaths' of non-l'om-

Although President Roosevelton be buried this afternoon 4:30 I MAKE CHANGE IN o'clock in the .office of City Clerk from New York. as councilman, made a 124, and Pi-Juan. 126; Mario Gar-j I batants, led finally to. American

his vacation cruise aboard the o'clock. Funeral services are tel I.,. Wallace Pinder. During the period -I lengthy address and dealt principally cia. 118. and Young !> participation in 1917.Casualty

U. S. s. Houston was far removed beheld from the chapel of Lopez 1 PLACEThe I of voting many Key Westers,I in finances as pertains to 118; -Battle Royal" Special Lists RecalledIn
from the cares and duties of Funeral Home. Rev. J. B. Cul-! 1 who will be absent on, election ;j the city in his capacity as chair section of bleachers reserved for current European criq-

the White House actually he was pepper of First Methodist church,' : day, ;Tusda/5 Novem cff 12, took'I PENA PLACECordially man of the finance committee. He colored persons. however, government offiC'ialai-

in closest contact. will officiate. : advantage of the_
When Lieutenant C. C. Woods, Pallbearers will be: Charles C. City Election Commissioners I cast their ballots for their favorite administration of the office> in I(I sponsored by Arthur Sawyer i cans who trade with the bellic'

communications officer of the Curtis, George M. Parks. John announce that polling place I candidates. invites you to the interest of the citizens and Post No. 28. American legion. : ent nations do so at their own,
Houston, docked at Charleston. S. Ward in the elec- While check an spend an. enjoyable evening at I rwk. President Roosevelt a'*<> hT
Lopez. Leroy Torres. William T. for the Fourth I an exact on taxpayers and all others con- Habana-Madrid Club.HABANA.MADRIDCLUB ,
this club warned all United States eihz..r.agaiDJJt
CL, with the President and prepared = II. Boll and) Everett R. Rivas. tion on Tuesday has been cbang. i who voted could not be kept by:; Bight cerned. I

his report,. he found that: Survivors are: One sister, Mrs ed from Olivia Street and Wind- Mr. Pinder, because of;, the various 'TONIGHTSPECIAL John W. Roberts candidate for [ I traveling on Italian or
: .
A total of 223.000 words had Charles W. Stork, and two broth sor Lane to the Golden Eagle I and multitudinous duties demanded FEATURE FOR councilman,_ was the last speakerof Ethiopia ships.Furthermore )

been cleared over the Houston'sradio. Raybourne and Leland Gwynnof Hall on I!tronia Street. I I ,of the city clerk, it is asfsured -; the evening.: He gave a brief rreneral pubic
ers. tonight will be a lady pianist sentiment be that virtually
Miami three brothers C. Rodney This change was made due to that at least 185 voters cast' talk in which h! promised a strict IIeeIP.S0
Of the 223,000 words 53,000 of Eric; and Cecil G. Gwynn of the illness of a resident in the ballots. I I and entertainer. fulfillment of the duties'of the IDi9E; nothing abort of invasion "f
I justifyyplunging
American chore would
them were in code.cagvftln's. Key West. sectioA first selected, it is stated. PENA'S OFFERS office in the event he is elected.JOHN !
HOLIDAY NOTICE j I I Pritchard's Orchestra the nation into war.
HOLIDAY NOTICE t YOU- I, 10 p. s. Tin 3 a. ... j RAUL'S

FOR COUNCILMAN I> I The office ft this company will; ENTERTAINMENTDANCING W. ROBERTS I I: Come and DANCE OB the open

!I Armistice V--Monday;;: November -[foe closed half day Monday, November i air dance floor beneath the beauti- I ARMISTICE BALLTONIGHT

$ i WILLIAM HeMONSALVATGE 11, a legal holiday in the 11. Armistice Day. Discounts j! s> For City Councilman: ful Key West moon. I

i' state of Florida, this bank will not on bills will be allowed i 1 HONEST EFFICIENT I OUR SPECIALTY TONITE Show New Ma U
I New Floor -
pf sure
ana be open for business on that day. through Tuesday. I REFRESHMENTS j COURAGEOUS I Ginger Rogers Cocktail I
WHISKIES GINS I II. Dell Woods Orchestra
AND PARR CONCEJAL I I THE FIRST NATIONAL"' nov7-2t BANK. THE COMPANY 1CEY WEST ELECTRIC nOv9-ltl| jJ J 25 years a Volunteer Fireman i SCRIPT- -__ _w_. __nnh.n____ $1.0O, Luncheon Will B. Served

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1 THE RED CROSS IS YOURS ........................ moos Russian novelist, bom.'

:- Citfyn I' KEY WEST IN !l TODAY'S WEATHER 11 11.p. I Today's SepU-3, 1888, :

Published Daily Except Sunday By The annual roll call of the AmericanRed
THE CITIZEN prai-isiiitc: co, lac. .DAYS/GONE BY ] Anniversarieseeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1841- Edward VII cf (
I. r. ARTMA. President Cross begins next week and continues Britain born Ded: May 6,
JOE ALLEN. AMtetaat B..ews Manager Happenings r. Just 10 Years .. .........s* and East Gulf: Moderate? northeast

From The Citizen Building until Thanksgiving Day. Ago TojJy F I.. Of A*The Take Citi.FrewIke .. Highest ..........._.. ___._.,___84 i or east winds over north portion 1805-Harriot Keziah Hunt 1865-Frederick Fun-ton.
Corner Greene and Ann Street This _.._._..__... .. _
great organization needs no introduction Lowest 69 and gentle variable winds diet born at New Car s\'
Mean _.......__.. .. _....- 76 with her sister in Boston, probably >
no Feb. 19, 1917.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key. : West and MonroeCounty to the people. of Key West and Deputy I Sheriff Cleveland Dil- I Normal Mean .._.........__..........76 i over south portion and partly the only women physicians
---- I lon has received advices in a telegram I overcast weather tonight and Sunday .
praise from
certainly no us add to its Rainfall
entered at Key West, Florida aa second cla t matter the death of his brother.|I in the country, a 100 years ago. 1873 -Marit Dyssrfer the 'a

FIFTT-SIXTH TEAR prestige. Its record in times of war and i Stanley of Dillon, which sad event;*,I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. [ born in Boston. Died Jan. 2, tress who became a mo :star Ii
f Normal Precipitation .... .09 Ins. 57, lovable character burn .t
Press is well known to all of us.. The occur >d in the United States hospital -j WEATHER CONDITIONS
Mevher .f tile Associate peace Red 1 i T..;_H rovrra .a-.... period 1875. Cobocrg, Canada. Died ne.: t
fie Associated press la exclusively entitled to ass ,, ; it Lake City. The deceased I t I .dl.g at It .'."' ''. fbl tHmrmlmf.
for rrc. V *atkMi of all news dispatches credited tot Cross deserves'the support of the American was 4 ;5 years old and well known! Ton_.. AIma. 1 I Hollywood July 28, 1934.Subscribe .
lr not otherwise credited In tills paper and also I ae I The storm in the eastern! Gulf I 1810-Thomas Bragg, North
the local new published bere.WNATINAl people and hundreds of us in Key West in Ke; West where he had a number -r Suit rises 1 _____...- 6:41 a. IB.' of Mexico has dissipated and all I to The Citizen.

should respond to its o relatives and a large num-! Sun "sets _m.. ...._...... .5:42 p. m.j I I!: warnings were ordered down ati I Carolina lawyer governor senator -
tCITCRIAl) promptly appeal by ber o: friends. The body will be 1 Confederate attorney-gener
rMeonrises.. ..,....._ 5:42 p. m.I i I 5 p. m. yesterday. i iI I
I CI: IJ' enrolling ourselves as members. shippe I here for burial.H. [Moon sets *i...___._..... 6:38 a. m.I I A disturbance is central this al, born at Warrenton, N. C. Died I KEY WESTCOLONIAL
peace-time function of the Red fat
V. Nicholes of H.
president :
SVBMRIPTIOV RATLSii. T."orrtide.: i, of the Plains States Rapid City .. -

BIT : .-.;:.::.:_..::-:::::.:.=::-=-.-- :10.00 5.00 Cross, as an agent of mercy to those caught i archit W, Ni eta holes of and iBami Son, builders will arrive and I|I I r A.M. P.M.|I X. Dak., 29.48 inches and overspreads 1818-Ivan S. Tnrgetiief 1872'1 In the Center of the Busines

t Ls1Une in unexpected disasters not seem important his :I[High ....:.._ 9:41 9:03 :: most sections from the and Theater District
Month .85 may here afternoon according to' :
Weekly __ _-__-___-__--___......_ .20 te received his brother Low ___".--' 3:10 2:29 1. Pacific coast eastward to the: Mississippi t
sometimes as we sit in the quiet of a gram by Valley; while pressure is First. Cla -Fireproof-
I.. Nicholes rat exterminatory Itaremeter a a. m. today II. PALACEPauline I
ADVERTISES KATES a.: I high over the northeastern por- i Soasibl Katos
fade known on applicat.. our homes. However when the demoniacal now putting on a campaign Sea level 29.98.WEATIEk tion of the country. Boston Mass, Lord, Basil Rathbone, I

SPECIAL onCD forces of nature are loosened against us, i in/Key/ West. Mr. Nkholes is the J I and Northfield, Vt., 30.26 inches, I Billie Burke Wendy Barrie COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEjElovator
All reading notices cards ,f thanks, resolutions of to leave Mrgest builder in Coral Gables ands FORECAST '. and another_high pressure area is I I, -in- I
Pe. ** obituary notices *' will be charged for at a populace stunned and amazedat
t. e. to look .
the rate of 10 cents a tin.Notices coming Key West to moving in over the Canadian A FEATHER IN HER HAT ; .Cara,
for entertainments by churches from wblch.l its fury and destructiveness the symbolof over prospects. .1 northwest Edmonton Alberta 1!. Matinee 10-15c Night 15-25c I pop..... Prices
revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. I the Red I (Till 8 p. m.. Sunday) :
Cross and the aid that 30.3ft inches Rains have occurred
The ntlsen .Is an open forum and invites discussion it extends / Key West and Vicinity: Gener-_
of public Issues and subjects c* local or general becomes of transcendent Announcement has been made ''since! yesterday morning from ---- -
importance. LIly fair tonight and Sunday notI
Interest but it will not publish communi- ; II
anonymous by The Woman's Club of this city!. I: northern Texas northeastward I
cations. The few
dollars that we contribute to that a reception will be given I I i I over Missouri, and in the North
the Red Cross is cheap participation ut{ the Friday evening in the marine bare 1! I boa q fj1 .:I II Pacific States!!, and there has a

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST glorious realization of mercy and elief. racks. It is primarily in honor of 1 I;, been precipitation, mostly in thei '
/ the teachers and principals of the! .t form of snow from the northernRockies
ADVOCATED BY 1 HE CITIZEN Surely there few of I f. i iI .1
are us in Key West r. .
:Monroe county schools and members j eastward to the Lake SAMPLE BALLOTS
who can afford not to give at leasrf one dollar of the Rotary Club are going,I -: >'l I j I Superior region. Temperatureshave

'to be included in the army of those to join in making the affair one I I I I ,mI. .. I risen in the Plateau region,
1. Water and Sewerage.
long to be remembered. The clnb / rr fouthern Rockies: and from the
willing to help the afflicted aid unfor- I. is. ti I I
2. Bridges to complete Road to. Main- wishes it to be known that all relatives -1 'J West Gulf States northeastward
tunate and friends of the teachers'are over the Lake region and upper

land. Few readers of this article/I will disagree cordially invited to attend Mississippi Valley; while decidedly Now sale

I S. Free 'Port. :with the sentiments J expressed. the reception., II Fair !the colder Canadian weather Northwest has overspread and Mon- I on at

4. Hotels and Apartments. of them however \ much change in temperature; gen- In
Many will put off the ac- Forty-six members of the Scottish tle variable winds. tans with reading below zero t

I 5. Bathing Pavilion. tual'signing of the roll call card and the Rite class completed taking I' Florida: Generally fair tonight t portions of Alberta.BENJAMIN. i I

6. Airports-Land and Sea. giving of the vital contribution We urge their degrees 6 o'clock this morn- and Sunday; not much change in

7. Consolidation of County and City you as an individual to respond to your ing. Joseph Peralman was elected: temperature. LOPEZ THE ARTMAN PRESS
president of the class and W. E. Jacksonville to Florida Straits- FUNERAL HOME
I Governments. better impulse and make your contribution luston vice president. Charles J

immediately."THE. Lowe was chosen as secretary.' the last few weeks. Chief Deputy Serving Key West
Half c..t.,,. ; The Citizen Building
Twenty three members took degrees Collector Bragassa says those interested }
Be quick or will be of the to the thirty-second. The "whiff" of 24 Hour Asnkalaaee
you one I ...................................t work in up this the I may get a I Embalmor t
dead. degrees occupied the liquor. Not more than"one i
Phone 135 696-\\
WORLD FOR GOD" time until 5:45 this morning. The and Sundya; not much change in I Night
degree team from Tampa will
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The greater fool is he who argues "There is none other Name under ,leave this afternoon-for home. I k .
with a fool. tIn heaven given."-Acts "4-12. i Bernie C. Papyr. successful WILL,ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND

.................................... I young real estate man of Key
West has been selected to manage Local Committee; for Key West I DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
a democracy the people rule but We have never known a person who the realty company of Johnson

too often it's the wrong people. accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as a Savior and Moffat, Flagler street branch, Date_. ----'-......._..---._....,-TT.T.- : WHERE IT CAN HELP

and who found it necessary later to ex- in l\fiaml1\1r. Papy was in Key I
West last week to inspect the TO THE EDITOR:
A smart man generally is humble because change Him for something else. home he is building for his mother! YOUR TOWN -

he realizes how little he knows. This is a remarkable fact, especially on Southard street. When com-'' Wishing to have a part In perpetuating the

when it is considered that the Lord Jesus pleted it will be one of the most 1 memory of one of our most beloved and useful .

Christ has been prescribed as a Sovereign: complete and beautiful bungalowsin .
"Chrrit ,eo ors a multitude of ,sins."' the city. citizens I .enclose herewith my contribution' of isAll
Remedy for all human ills for about two ,Modern Banking Facilities
But only until the muckrakers get busy. ______to the Will Rogers Memorial
thousand years.Preachers Editorial comment: Let us be Commercial and Savings Accounts
wise enough to>> do a lot of gene- Fund. I understand that this gift will be added
lift Him up among the.mul- I

Red Cross call begins November 11,. titude and the people hear about Him worth rous forgetting.while when Memory it harvests is only the;i others from Key West and will go without any

Armistice Day._ Put aside that dollar now gladly.: gold of life, and lets the dross! and|j deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
I The First National Bank of Key West
Philosophers elevate Him as the slag go.There. ] expended also without any deduction, as the Memorial -

There are 16,000 species of worms of I determ.ine. I
greatest example a living philosophy. will be boxing card at the Committee may
not including the well known human Business big and little exalts Him as the Athletic club tonight. What is expected Member of the Federal Reserve 1.

. variety.Be. Model on which trade and commerce must to be the outstanding spot Name ___.____. ,
on the card will be the go between Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance

be conducted. Everywhere one goes eitherin I Baby Reyes and Garner Johns Address .________._.___...___
thankful there's no song about the Church or out of it, Jesus is ad- The management promises art Corporation

Haile Selassie even if the poets can pronounce mittedly the Christ. i evening of lively entertainment. N3-
I. _
it. x Lots of people who take merchandiseback I _J
are now going for-
to stores do so because they did not ward for the basketball game to. -_--- -- ---- --. ---- ------- _. _.. ---- .- -- .

A psychologist says a good poker properly examine it when it: was being be played Thursday night betweenthe f 1eccee
I Club a
Exchange and Realtors.
player could handle kind of job. But bought. Others take it back because they
any a Both teams are practicing long ......................CCSSSSH......SCSSIS./fH...SIe......CCSSS.......SSCe.NSSSSSI....
he wouldn't need a job. "change their minds" and the change involves and for the f .....eSSe................e......See.eeeee.SSee.SSSeSSee.....................e.eleeS.....'
steadily and
> meeting ................................. ......s.e.s.........................................
the return of the satisfactory but as some of the best players in the]t eease..e..e..e....eeeeeee.Se
city are on the teams a rough and
They are still being born at the rate of f .no longer desirable, merchandise. !speedy! contest is expected.

one a minute but'the automobile is doing But no- one has ever made a mistakein SPECIAL OFFER ON

effective work to cat dawn the percentageof accepting Jesus as a Savior.That's Cuban Gunboat Baire left this
morning for Havana. The vessel
the living. a great record an achievement '
was in Tampa and smarted for, Key
never attained by anyone else or by anything West under excellent weather '

A writer hopes for the time when else. One hundred per cent good-is conditions but when near this port GENUINE GLASSBAKE COOKINGWARE
heavy winds and high seas were
standards will be based on something besides Jesus.God's encountered and the ship put into

money. In the case of a good manyof world produced Jesus the port to await calmer weather.
Christ. The world of man cannot producea
that time
us, came quit" a while ago.
Christ. Let us make our private world Customs officers here are engaged r I
in the destruction of
j God's world and make it truly a World For approximately -
The better you treat some people the 2000 quarts of liquor
God. which has been confiscated
worse they treat you. Of course they are I

the exception and,not the rule. Giving .Jaekssnrfftea ''lnc Ilefe!"
Business is better everywhere accord-
them a dose of their own medicine gen- THE SEMINOLE
ing to reports and it must be so.
erally puts them in thft place to which they
Inflation is confusing to the average

I investor because it is an attack from the

Alienists attribute a considerable federal government, to which its citizens PF ,
of the increase in disorders tJseksaville
nervous -
are accustomed to look for protection and .1
to the noisiness: of contemporarylife.
safety. In an endeavor to protect our-
Very likely Mayor LaQuardia( and
selves we are compelled to do the very opposite -
Julius Stone of hence their
are aware of that which a lifetime of invetlttllK ......... =..

campaign against noise. has taught us is the course to pursue. CIf.%''. B. CHI KR.A _...._ j C', '
human home-ilk lMtlt tlS)
where will find rest I....U..Ir <
The of words lan- ._ you ... ..._ =ts
meaning in a living Jealous newspaper men say that the f rr ..* Bt a .nun.t

guage change with time. A1 w rd that late Frank A. Munsey, newspaper publisher r of great -importance.

comes to mind at the moment Is "edify." In applied to newspaper publishing the A steel flee....[...w.... Leased
.. ... .f .M tty
other days builders edified
buildings; .w technique of a grocery store. If making

this meaning has lost its concrete application forty millions i in forty years requires Every Room with---P---Combination Tab" South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
and Shower Bath. Radio Electric
and is used in the
-we edify grocery store business methods then it is Ceiling Fant Slat Door for Summer

character. Another wonis "parasite,'' the thing to do to be successful in the roost Mattresses Ventilation.t Comfortable laser Spring Beds COM wits '
598 White and El Streets
IndlvldMl Kaa*. Phpne za
strnctlosi sad
which is derived from the Gteek
and primarily precarious of professions. One thing is lag Lamps.

meant "mess-mate" Originally it definite* it is easy to lose thousands if corporation :: KATKK. .( "Your home i U worthy of the best"

conveyed no idea of reproach. In due methods are adopted run a 78 R__ Perth Bath _
to > aM
He RMS Print Balk ......H.ifH.H.....................1.......Hf1HHHHHHH.Hf.*...*.*...r
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course of time it came to mean living tanother's dinky little sheet, and more than one tinker 4* K.MMt frttmtf Bath -..................................*.......................*...........................
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M KWBB. Prtart* Bath == : HN eeeeeHH.HeH1......eee.eeH.eHe.e o.....1.......sSs
expense and finally arrived at Its IT so-called newspaper publishing hast : !. 9as! *..le ROOMS, Private Bath 44MOUGHT I .......eeee.eHH.He.......eee.eee a* ....................*................................./OJ.

modern sense. found that out to his sorrow. j .IMntKASBfOtt: OOCBLBOCCCPAJTCT 1



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. TO SUBSCRIBERS VIEWS AND REVEWS I "At every dinner table in the Today's Horoscope

i country today and every day, Notice is hereby given that under C S Ce C S s CC S SeS.S.55 555 CC 5
If ye. 4* st receive your WbeiLr there sits an uninvited pest.- and bY' virtue of a certain er-'
'I What They Say the deC and decree of foreclosure and,. The gift of this degree is a
6:15 o'clock in tax collector.
-- h ttKOFSISf. AIM* f her' eoui Unmtd that bemttt* foiterparent ,
*. -lAtH a.<* LecNda Fanifcrtfc. though that your cousin can help afternoon, call telephone 51 ....................... of October; A I). i. In andy i
.;ftave laUtd to adopt A.r,*ArUl you find a nice position." will the Circuit Court of the EleventhJudicial jug a lofty purpose and ever readyto
and be sent toyotr
I .ol t.Sierft tkftr larpt e*taf& a paper Charles R. Circuit of the state of
R. retativcV ft** to ..Vfec key Even Maggie lumbered ap after DFEAT4 Gray Pre.deae N-wY Arnold Lynn British author: Florida In and f<>f Monroe county. befriend and comfort the dls-
h A
/rvm (.. Far" *.K>orth __. andJtoe dinner was safely: served. She BAR-B-Q OUTFIT ne.. eonntaint boy .rk Stock Exclude: "The only rival to religion today In Chancery, la a cause therein I tressed in mmd w body. This will
Crocker Ifflane/ *. Au freeitKrprtontpfy pending, wherein A. 31. Adams\! Is
M on duty at this office from We are coming out of the t
brought with her a thumbed brown PA\JK\ r
eoat end nramimnticafire AT LAST NIGHT; is nothingness. Real, militant plaintiff and Burbank Realty Com-I attract many friends who will aid
furt eke* .*. needed &(* lank book:, showing the sum total of 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the worst depression in history. Recovery atheism is on the decline." pan,.. a corporation organised and,

.k.wet w4a B be. At.* tope'.- that toniffhtCtaapte her salngs.Your.. to use Miss ONLY OrJE EARNED RUN : purpose of delivering com and prosperity are on the i of existing' Florida under, et the ale,laws are of defendants the State 11 l in its good: work and carry the

Anne. I'd peverve had thin it Mister way." I II foreclosure of lien of Tax Sate Certificates native to a high place with success .
? 14 Luke hadn't started this My sister SCORCD IV CAME plain *. Help-: m (iv*' .yo 'lOO the undersigned Special following ftat1JrallIt is

Nora's a widow and that anxious for- percent service by calintf 51 Hugh S. Johnson, former NRA Master' in Chancery will offer for a
ROB'S VISIT I sale and will ,strong day.
J. sell at pttblte entterr.
me to be livln' with her these past j if yon do not receive The Cit I SherwoodtAsjersois, novelist: Chiefs"There for cash in band, to the highest and

BDT If she was to see Roo to&lgut few years so 1 w mast reid or: she'd look .e. in this country to elect aPresident" County Court House of MonroeFlorida LEGALS
Warmed by their love and relieved The Firemen \en of the Senior
j; thing if''wl! all worked in a facf'gt''r -I Ceuctv in the City ofKey
wretc ecL t:o find each one with a ready haven, Diamondball League won their rl.4'.I".6'1'111.BASEBALL hours a day would be West, Florida, during the legal ,
Annelay OB the sofa aDd waited Anne faced the realization of RobCrocke" ;;; : hour of sale, on Monday, the Sod, i THE riRrnT coritT Prun
third straight game \Jast night at day of December A. V. IMS. thel I 11TH JlimitL duCt ii' IVI
for She had slept only fitfully actions. She could have
deep. : GAME ______ musical following described land, situateI!I AM FOR MO>ROR fOOTl.riORIU .
Ethel comedy
lace u.atI!I dreadful night! Now forgiven him anything but bating Bayview Park when tfltfv defeatedthe AT i Merman rinse and being In the County ofdenroe j *. 1% rilCER.

abe dozed. tossed. dosed'again.. discussed<< his feeling for her with an- Bar-B-Q outfit 6 t 3 in a Frank Knox prospective RepaLii.LEGALS queen: ) :, State t>f Florida, to-wlt. I 11 EDMUND It HARVEY.u:
"to Lot Fifteen (15>) in Square Plaintiff,
there is life!
When she awakened the storm had other person, and before Sharlee. regular league game. >!=- NAVY FIELD SUNDAYPICKED 'I "After all, more One (1) in Tract Twentyseven vs. i Or4", .f PabHcntle

topped. She arose went to the.wide The' burning humility of that wusomethlBg than working-but you can't findit (2T) of Martello, I CHARLES EDMONSTON, et al.,
Walker and Blondy Roberts' here" rubdivivton. according to the Defendants.
window an broken through the western clouds Aad! woaldnt face her; couldn't pitched very good balL Loose Konk one (I), pagHt, of the

and was sending the last shafts of face her He wasnt Stan enough- caused the Sandwich boysto PICKED TEAMS WILL NOTICE OF :MACTaR'S! CaLm!: LEGALS Public Records of Monroe Coun I i Upon the sworn bill of complaint
.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE that ty. Florida. ((1: herein. IT IS ORDERED that the
light east,to where lit.: Hood's snoweovered I should be glad I'fe found him lose the game. under and by authority of the .nd. ; following 1 named Defendants do api -

peak gleaned lemon-yellow: out to time. He ald 'It's better to Walker, on the mound for the MEET.. BEGINNING AT Final Decree of Foreclosure rendered 'iOT.rE OP M*TF.R" !SaLE Lot Sixteen (Ii) In Square j i I l pear on or before M..nday. the 6th
be honest. Well. I be honest too. by the Honorable Jefferson! GIVEN thatunder One can HEREBY
She looked down at the city roof winners struck out 12 batters. 3 O'CLOCK B. Browne NOTICE IS the Judges of the of theFinal a Subdivision l this Court to the bill of complaint
abla4ag with their late drenching at He fell in love with the heir to Luke Roberts hurling 'em for the opposition I Circuit .;t"o: the Eleventh Judicial Decree and by of authority Foreclosure rendered according to the plat I I I I filed In this cause oncrwise the allegations -

the certiag liar of the river visible Farnsworth fortune and when he I Circuit of Florida In and for the Honorable Jefferson thereof recorded in Plat Hook :;,I' I of said bill will be taken
whiffed nine and he did Monroe Countyon the 28th day of One (1), page 149, of the Pubi i as confesvrd by the said Defendants,
I of the I'
found wasn't the heir ..ob Rob- B. Browne one of the Judges
here sad there where the wharves
October A. D. 1935. in that litRecords of Monroe 'towlt
not allow over one hit in any inmng" t certain Eleventh Judicial County :
(By JOVE) Circuit Court of the
She bad been standing at the window in said I
were'low.. cause Court pending in In and for Florida |I CHARLES KDMONSTOV, WILLIAM
-all were singles, too. Walker Th< re will be baseball which Atonic Albury, Jessie, E. Circuit of and I'ATTON
looking down .oa the city: I j a gameat Monroe County on the 28th day of M. C. atORDECAL
And! then she tooled down at her' gave up two safeties in the Hlkhon. joined by her husband D. 1935. In that certain Lot One (1) in Square Four J. W TAYLoR and. if any of thlt
misted with sparkling October A.
twilight with ,
on yard which sloped to a tnine.a seventh frame and two in the fin th+ Navy Field tomorow aft- Charles K. Oilkison; Wm. .1. H.Taylor causein said Court pending in (4) in Tract Twenty-seven (27) I above named defendants be dead,
4 caught sight of a familiar OB nIght fights. Now she swung around Hnoo(l at 3 o'clock as Administrator of the Es- which B. Curry Moreno as Administrator of Martello Towers, a subdivision the heirs devisees and other claimants -
Into the room. "I've goT to get out of al stanza. tate of Marjorie Mae Tlntado de.ceased. of the Estate of Laura according the plat claiming! through such u>-
thedriveway which rimmed the ratine. 1 stand' Only one earned run was madein A I eked team composed of the and Henry H. Taylor are Curry' Moreno, deceased Is Plaintiff thereof recorded in Plat Book |I ceased person their I
here cant It
Rob's cat; He was there and any longer. plaintiffs. and Lavalon Shores Inca ., and Lavalon Shores Inc.. a One (1), page Ht, of the Pub names being to Plaintiff,
There-fwas1 a light{.*tofkjat the the game and that was scored starsearns lf[ the Slugger and Pirate Florida corporation is defendant, Florida. Corporation Is defendant lic Records of Monroe County, and the unknown heirs of HORATIOI
he had left orders not 'to be dis
I. a< Special :Master In Chancery Florida, I CRAI.V deceased and H.
door. Sftteppened ItfaifB.: -- by the Fire laddies in the seventh. i.-ill meet the selected players I. as Special Master in Chancf'ry.ppolntf'd I H. LAMB
turbed. appointed by the Court in said decree and I'as Administrator rum testamentoannexo
said decree
the COurt in
tons.'iu i"comlcarid ot dontrernon M. Lopez singled to left, was sac. of IGeorge Dean. tinder and by virtue of the under by and by virtue of the Lot Two ,(2> In Square Four J,f de bonis non of the estate
He Head
hadn't waited to telephone. his face. rificed to second and.. scored on terms thereof will offer for sale terms thereof will offer for sale (4> In Tract Twenty-seven (27) I i of JUUUS LESLIE WOOD d,,-
rushed to her. Quickly: she "Mrs.: Farnsworth to Mr. D\an says he is out for and sell at Public outcry to thehighsct and sell at Public outcry to the of MarteUe Towers, a subdivision I i I ceased.I .
says :you are two wild pitches. I I
bracked her hair. wound it in pinWheels And and best bidder for each at highest and best, bidder for cash at according to the plat IT IS FCRTHER ORDERED that
come down and have ;dinner with At bat the leaders were C. Gar- revenge will use Alpheus the Front liner of the Court House the Front Door of the Court House thereof recorded In Plat Book p this order be published one* a wlt
overher ears, slipped Into a the others: that therk 'fa to be no hit Dean bet known as"Red" flf Monroe County, in the City of nf Monroe County In the City of One (1), page 'H.. of the Public for not less than four (4) consecutive
eii. and who er
grey: dinner frock and hurried out Blondy Roberts Key West. Florida, on the 2nd day Key West Florida, on the Ind day Records of Monroe County weeks In the KEY WEST
en the'.long balcony: which circled more meals sepf (pjbgreljBut Miss safely twice in three tries. Wood- Dizzy," i ijn the box and Bill of December, A. D. 1935. between of December A. D. 1935. betweenthe Florida I CITIZEN a newspaper published in
Anne, if :yon want them they'll be in the hours of eleven o'clock A. JL, hours of eleven o'clock A. M.. and Monroe County Florida.
the halt Rob was Just leaving. She served here.1 ." son connected for two singles Butler behind the plate. and two o'clock P. 1\', the same be- and two o'clock P. M, the same beIng Lot'Four (n In $quare Four DONE AND ORDERED at Key
started call to him. but noticed be four times up. Ing a legal sales day and the hour a legal sales day and the hours (4) In Tract ;Twenty-seven (27)of West Florida this 0flI day of No-
401l'toBvttouL I cooldnt eat The Stats will have Joe Casa the legal hours of sale the follow- :Martello: Towers, a subdivision I vember, A. D. 1925.Circuit .
was talking to her ancle. In the field,, Gabriel and C. the legal hours of sale, the following t
another meal here. I'm going out. .em and the Ing described property situated la described property, situated in according to the plat ( Court Seal)
tossing over great
Anne stepped to'the* ratlins then When Tvonne finishes her dinner Garcia played a good game for Monroe County, Florida. to-wif Monroe County, Florida, to-wlt: thereof recorded in Plat Book (Sd) ROSS C SAWYER,
Sharlee. the Firemen and Wickers and Cyril Gnffiii will catch his throws. All of that certain land All of that certain land One (1). page 140. of the Public I Clerk of the Circuit Court,
of She couldn'ttall
caught sight have her' come up till your situate In Monroe County. situate In Monroe County Records: of :Monroe: County HATCH EI. R, RINEHART P\iK
with that girt listening avidly Tynes for the Sandwich boys. The Stark will aot have an easy State of Florida, namely: On State of Florida, namely: On Florida, graham Building
to word. Score by inning: R. H. E. the Island of Key Largo and is and Is and Miami. Florida
every SOON as Buttons closed the time whipping Dean's picked the Island of Key Largo j
"* AS Lot 14. according? to aconald'a :- Lot 14. according to Mac- Lot Five (S) in Square Four J I BOV9-1C-23-IO: devT:
am sure you can explain this to door Anne went to her desk. Firemen 102 200 100-6 5 3 team as th did last Sunday. )) plat recorded in Flat Donald's plat recorded in Plat (4) In Tract Twenty-seven <27) j

Anne." She'd need her bank book. Yvonne Bar-B-Q 020 010 000-3 6 6 y Book 1, page 5', Monroe County Book 1, page 59, Monroe Conn- of Martello Towers, a subdivision SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
Monday afternoon these same Florida, Records; ALSO according to the pintthereof !
ALSO.Government .
The girl oa the balcony straight- Batteries Walker and Gabriel tv. Florida. Records: -
could burn her personal letters and ;
Government Lots t, 4 and 5. Lots 3, 4 and 1 5, recorded In .'1&J Book
ened. Was be. leaving without. having save the few receipts she had filed B. Roberts and Woodson. two teams I will play an Armistice Section C, Township C2. South. Section, C, Towaship <%. South one (1), page 14*. of the Public -OS-

seen. her! there; Barney: would have the most Day fame! under auspices of the Ranxre Meridian"" ,39 containing East ;Tallahassee 88.07 acres I Range 39 East. Tallahassee Florida Records, of Monroe County, WAVES
-1 feel like a rotter about It. but Meridian containing 88.07 acres,
Important Olles..There were notes tit American *gion. more or less; ALSO. All that more or less: ALSO, All that and i fwo Permanents $5.00
Mr. Farnsworth It's better to be pen to her' six best friends girls who BEACWrNDOWNS part of Government Lot 6. Section part of Government Lot 6. Section Lot Six (6) in Square Four I| for ...._
honel C. Township I 2. South. (4) in Tract Twenty-seven (Z7) j
It's as though Td fallen In (, Township 62, South.
have been bridesmaids.
were to her :
.......S.C 5CC 5 CCC S CeCS 55 Range 99 East, Tallahassee Range 39 East. Tallahassee of Martello Towers, a subdivision Better Waves, $5.00 and vp
love with one person then found She owed it to them to tell them what HIGH SCHOOL TEAM 1 :Meridian lying Northeasterly" ofa Meridian lying Northeasterly" of according to the plat I MRS. MILLER
foal person didn't exist! Understand had happened. line running! at right anglesto a line running! at right! angles!; thereof recorded In Plat Book t
rLee Today In History the center line of the F. E. C. to the renter line of the F. EL C. One (1). page 149. of the Pub. t 407 South Street Phne 574'L.JFLORIDA.
Brief notes they were and Anne Rwy. Company's right of way Rwy. Company's right of way lie Records of Monroe County, i
Farnsworth nodded his head wrote them with her lips set in a SSCCS'S.SSCSOoSOSOSS.5e55 at a point 7C4 feet Southwest at a point TC4 feet Southwestof Florida

testily. Reckon you mean you feltknowln' firm: straight line"find 1 am only (X STICKNEY ALLOWED ONLY 1824-In Presidential election. of the point of Intersection of the point of intersection of and Lot
the between Mile Posts Thirteen (13) In
the between :Mile:! Posts
her blood kin. you'd know curve
the foster daughter of Luke and Andrew Jackson received plurality 423 and 42S as measured from 425 and 4%'. as measured from Four (4) in Tract Twenty-
her.' Not know in' them made her Luciada Farnsworth and as such do FIVE HITS IN ATTAIN. but Jacksonville Florida (said Jacksonville Florida (said seven (27) of Martello Towers {
not .najonty of electoral 'point of intersection being a subdivision according to the j
strange-lite.1 point of intersection being
not share in the wilL Under
the circumstances votes and I. of formed by producing the centerline plat thereof recorded In
ING VICTORY ouse Representatives formed by producing the centerline plat
That' It.That's Tell
It exactly. I have decided to break of the Florida East Coast of the Florida East Coast Hook One (I), page: 149, of the
be* I'll write her as soon as I reach my: engagement with Robert Crocker. chose Jphn Q. Adams as win ,Railway Company's 'right of Railway Company's right of Public Records of Monroe County

Chicago, and when I return I'll look ner. I way lying! North of said curve way lying North of said curve Florida,
Forgive the brevity: of this I will
S 'to intersect with the center line and
.., to intersect with the center line
her up and we'll know whether or write you later wbe I know more (By JOVE) : ,of said right of way to the of said right of way to the Lot Fourteen (14) in Square ,

aot It's best to go OIL" of mx future." The Lighthouse outfit defeat 1872-Boston's- worst fire South of said, 'curve) excepting I South of said c *rv.) excepting: : Four (4) in Tract Twenty- *, TI. GEORGE Y
![therefrom the right of way of therefrom the of of seven (2?) of Martello Towers, WASHINGTON
He was going going to Chicago right way
away: ; Yvonne ed the School ten started.
came Id and Anne turnedto High yesterday I
,the F. E. C. Rwy. Company; the F. E. C. Rwy. Company a subdivision according to the 3tsI.os.d.
and. he wasn't taking her. He her. Pack my: overnight bag. and afternoon at Bayview Park in a 1 ALSO excepting all that part of ALSO excepting all that part of plat thereof recorded in Plat d 5m.. .-
was leaving ber to face everythingalone. of the A Uovernment Lot S, Section 6, Government Lot 5, Section C, Book One (1). page 149, of the II.. d
one larger ones. couple of regular Social League contest. '
1880 Word
"boycott" ., _
Township Public
came C S, South. Range 39 Township 62, South, Range 39 Record of Monroe Co_n-
.. He without I'
was going even street dresses and bats and lingerie. The final score was 4 to 2. into use when Capt. Charles C. ,East Tallahassee Meridian, lying East. Tallahassee :)Meridian I lying ty, Florida, : :

saying goodbye. Then my: trunks, and Yvonne there! The Beacon victory put them a'' Irish ': Southwesterly of a linedr..n ': Southwesterly of a line and GA5AGIS4ue '.
"Rob." She whispered the name in Boycott, land-agent at right angles"" to the drawn at right angles to the Lot Fifteen (15) in Square OS0 I -k
aa incredulous tone "Rob! she are several evening frocks :you've game and a half from first place ed apart from recognition by the center line of the F. E. C. Rwy.Company's center line of the F. E. C. Rwy.Company's Four (4) in Tract Twenty-seven SAlts. .51.30 cd m _ _
admired keep those for yourself. I right of at a (27) of :Martello Towers,
; with only two more contests to Irish Land way right of way at a a subdivision -
anffied the heart-broken cry with her Better get them out of the house to- League. I 'point distant 7 64 feet South point distant TC4 feet South- according to' the plat J/YFLOWI
hands a* Sharlee stepped forward, play.Leading I 'west from the point of inter- west from the point of Intersection thereof recorded in Plat Book aE $
night I hitter was 'section of the curve between of the curve between One (1). page 149 of the Pub JOO__ _
pawed' .. arm possessively through Anne dressed In a warm street Carabal-I 1906 President Theodore I Mile Posts 423 and 42C. as :Mile: Posts 425 and 426. as lie Records of Monroe County, t-% .......Stoo.w

& '., and went with him throughthe suit. then sat down to write her last lo, with two singles out Roosevelt left for Panama-first 1 measured from Jacksonville measured from Jacksonville Florida, '-ia.l' ,-.......-.
door times up.Gonzalez. Florida (said point of Intersection Florida, (said point of inter.sectIon and I :: ':i'aTt _---lor__
note, this time to Judge Kellogg. Id 'I and Jaycocks starred i iI President to leave country whilein : being formed by pro- being formed by producing Lot Sixteen (11) .ctinT Square 1 .....-....
her moment of longing to escape she office. daring the center line of the the center line of the Four (4) In GARAGE.......
ANNE- stepped back Into the had decided upon her course. in the field for the ABC boys. F E. C. Rwy. Company's rightof F. E. C. Rwy. Company's right seven (27) of Martello Towers : IATtS. .SUO-'.
way lying North of said of lying North of said a subdivision, according to the
and F. Stickney for the winners. way
of the balL She
upper Dear Judge- lm clipping I 1918--Gennan Kaiser abdi- curve to intersect with the j curve to intersect with the I plat thereof recorded in plat TI.FIAGLE1.
Heard' the door click heard Lee from here tonight bat please away do The latter'made some wonderful I II cates. center of said right of way center of said right of way Kook One (1), page 149, of the

Farnsworth go Into the library and not worry about me. I feel my old running catches. Parks and Pel-! lying South of said curve); lying Southf said curve); Public Records of Monroe COun- I 115 I..5o.
arse, Tecla SorkU! of Astoria I ALSO excepting on the Island ALSO excepting on the Islandof ty, Florida,
heard the clink of brass as he pulled know something about me. I ant ficier also playeef good game for' of Key Largo, and Is .Lot 15, Key Largo and Is Lot 15. and vol. .......-

the portieres. to. She felt cold. numb Coins (, hfir .n<1 I am dependingupon i the Lighthouse ten. I ELECTION NOTICEList according to :MacDonald's:! plat according to MacDonald's plat Lot Eleven (11) in Square ...-....-.-.....
>ou t.v Peep T y whereabouts recorded In Flat Book 1, page Five (i) hi Tract Twenty- .
recorded In Plat Book I, --5..1.CACAGI
wondered If she had page
strength enoughto secret. lou are tLe oely person I Score by innings: R. II. E. 59. Monroe County Florida, i'. Monroe County Florida, seven (Ii) of Martello Towers, I dcevdmse
reach her room.. to turn the key In left whom I ran trust. i High School 200 000 0-2 5 3 of Inspectors, Clerks, records. records. a subdivision, according to the -
the door. I'lease send for m> trunk and EXCEPTING THEREFROM EXCEPTING THEREFROMall plat thereof recorded in Plat ....US..,.,......
Leer them with the oozes you have I Lighthouse 002 200 x-4 7 2
; Police and Places all that part of the above described Hook one (1), page 1.', of the
"Miss t Id Harrty to park. The list of that part of the above described -
Anne! Yvonne who had
trunk ami the key, are enclosed. I Batteries: Sweeting and J. Pin. lands lying Northeasterly lands lying! Northeasterly Public Records of :Monroe: County W.ES1? 'P LM :e.E'ACR: :'
lipped into an ell of the upper hall : iv-.ll send /or them 119 soon a* I der C. Stickney and Parks. i iI for the General City Electionto of the Southwesterly of the Southwesterly Florida
; and
when Anne came out on the balcony, know where I will settle. line of Second Avenue of Man- line of Second Avenue of Man- I
Enclosed,also Is the ring icobert I I be dalay. a subdivision as shownon dalav, a subdivision as shownon Lot Twelve (12) In Square
milled forward."Oh..Miss Anne. Crocker Rave me. Please return It to 1..1 held on Tuesday, No. the plat thereof recorded in the plat thereof recorded In Five (I) In Tract Twenty-
him for me. I have nrt yra him to Plat: Book 1 seven (%1) of lan .Uo Towers
,Later Anne remembered being pro- at page 194 in the Flat Book 1 at page 194 in the ,
talk to since l\ld MDK whit Iou :- i vember 12, 1935 : office of the Clerk a subdivision I
of the Circuit according to
Pilled' into her roomi, Yvonne rubbing u t'I Howaytf.: I Sreard: him POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS Court of Monroe office of the Clerk of the Circuit the plat thereof recorded lit
her" feet: Mrs. Harney t I L* Tt1at he w9 going to i First Ward-Inspectors: Ed. F. County Court of Monroe County, Plat Book '
: bustling Chicago and we woald discuss Florida, which said excepted Florida, which said excepted One (1). page 149. I hold her head and smooth the "'- ether or not marriage was advisable Cranch, Colton G. Park, Ro's O. lands are described by metes lands are described by metes of the Ptrbflfe Recerds of :Monroe (,

htlr back from ber brow. Buttons' nor retuu Tbis..scMl --. Sawyer Jr. Edward L. Roberts and bounds as follows: and bounds a* follows: County Florida.
; relieve- him the-Ghittpo trtaAl Commencing the point of Commencing at the point Of Dated November, 2. 115..
staaatas t InsHb'theclosed; alternately 1. thought heloved me. Q seems ft Clerk.. William R. Roberts, Po Intersection of curve in the Intersection ef curve in the wCttRRr HARRIS, ';
was Luke' FarllU heIr .kaloved. -- right of way of the Florida Special Master In Chancery.LL1AM Tie GEORGE WASHINGTON
Insisting that Maggie Place right of the Florida
go lice. way
: h CITY ELECTION. NOVEMBER Polling : Cor. Caroline East* Coast Railway: Company East Coa>t Railway Company "; V. ALBCRT ;p toe ..... with lit.. idouCsa U_....
below and complete dinner preparations Dopot.wortf'aboeme: Juflsa. ,. and William ,Streets. as established Solicitor for Plaintiff. .
between MilePost
t wHrprcmI to do noWrtng deftntte "" 12 1935 a. now established, between Mile We___...._
: or asking Harney If there without first consulting you. I also. Second Ward-Inspectors: J. 42i and Mile. Post U6, as Post 425 and :Mile Post 42C. as HovZ-J-lC-23-30 -s"ad.swus I.nod nse........
wasn't something anything; he could promise to do nothing that Luke ........................ Frazier measured from Jacksonvillesaid measured from Jacksonvillesaid I- lAm SLOP.4.. GAIAGE_
and I.uclnda would be ashamed to Finder John Jr.\ Lopez, C. ( intersection being formedby ( Intersection being formed For CouncilmanF.

,do. have me do. For Mayor W. itefckie. Paul L. Archer, Clerk. producing the center line of by producing the center line of F. HOFFMAN I ':atnl! 414.1 ;jIII=-! r:::. J J.I.I'.4T.I"
"Tou're coming' home with SIncerely: Anne. the right of way lying North"
us. DR. H. C. GALEY Chas. t Curtis and Edward W. of said to intersect the right of way lying Northof
curve with
,1.r.rL said curve to intersect with
Iamb Harney. informed her. Yvonne, she turned from her
the center line of
Albury Police. right ofway
> Polling Place: the center line ef the right of
"Buttons and I've talked i t\( over. Between desk, "please take this box. which For Mayor Elizabeth and Southard Streets. South of said Carve); then way South of said Curve); then
ss we've money enough for contains a letter to Judge Kellogg run in a Northeasterly" direction run In a Northeasterly direc- .l'.I".I'II.ALL
WM. H. MALONEFor Third Ward along the center line of
: tion along the center line of
oae of those little chicken- ranches to his home as soon as I leave the the right of way of the Florida
out beyond Me Scott so we're mar house. I want these other letters Reelection GeorgeEtCurry, Emil Sawyer, T. East Coast Railway Company the East right Coast of Railway way of the Company Florida

rl1n" and well look after 10U.-' mailed special delivery Frank Roberts, E. J. O. Roberts, for a distance of 1.083.44 feet for a distance of 1083.44 feet '

And when the others bad gone be "In this envelope Is a check which For Councilman Clerk. BiChasL: Mathews, Police. for run a lna point_ Northeasterly" of beginning;direction the_- for run a in point a Northeasterly of beginning direc-then KEY WESTERS

low Yvonne came forward with her will cover your fare to Hollywood DR. ARMANDO COBO Pollings-Place: Ashe Street, between along the center line of tion along the center line of

suggestion. "1 did not tell lo1lvIss and give :you enough to lire on until : jta.ngela: and Southard the East right Coast: of Railway way of the for Florida a distance the'right of way of the Florida
Coast Railway for
Anne but Lancette D'Orsay,she It is your cousin !finds work for yen. Send For Councilman Street* of (35 feet; then run In a of Ui feet; then run a in distance a-

who Is cousin to my papa has ask I me your address through Judge Fourth Ward Inspectors:: Southeasterly direction to the Southeasterly direction to the
WILLIAM FREEMANFor waters of the Atlantic Ocean waters of the Atlantic
me to come to Hollywood She says Kellogg. Beauregard Lowe Herman F. Ocean
along a line which makes
an along a line which makes an Have friends living somewhere else who
I caa Quickly find work with her. Copyr4gkt. liii. kg .Ie.... BoicmaxfAnn Robert* Rojrelio Gomez, C. Non- interior angle of 90* '3' 15" interior angle of 90* 03' 15" l are
We will I will work for her until with the center line of the with the center line of the
go. Councilman nemacher, Clerk.. George L. Roberts right of way of the Florida right of way of the Florida interested in KEY WEST. Bring

she can!find the way to make you the CLIFFORD C. HICKS aad Wm. O. MarshalL', Po East Coast Railway for a distance East Coast P.ailway for a distance

tar.". finds tier "Aunt Charlotte" lice. Pollnig Place: GotfenJ EagleHall. of S>*-.feet, more or less. of 890 feet more or less your copy of the
more contemptible than she had then onat-meandering 4
; then
"That's dear of Yvonne, but I run on a meandering line
yon behcved. Monday.toy .
For Councilman y %la 1 1Jft along the waters of the At- along the waters of the At-

... .. .. Wsrd-.4nspectoraDew lantic Otean< in a Southwesterly lantic Ocean In a Southwesterly
-- ---- - SR.
MARCOSvA. MESA, direction to a polat of Inter- direction to a point of Intersection
........................ II and born there 49 ey Riggs. Cement Jayeocke :.Sr* section ef the waters of the of the waters of the West
I j producer, For CouncilmanJIM EL A. Sands Emerite .Gomez, Atlantic' Ocean by a line drawn Atlantic Ocean by a line drawn Key Sunday Star
through the point of beginning through the
Today's BirthdaysDr. years ago- ROBERTS '. Clerk.: Herman L. -. oterts -andEagenejAllHiry at right angles to 'the center at right angles point to of the beginning center

i | Police. Polling Ime of the right -of'way of the line of the right of
..Se...............S...S Florida Hast Coast Railway Florida East Coast way of the

Florence R. Sabin of the I I U.Maj.S.. A.Gen.. Judge Arthur Advocate W. Brown Gen-, For City Councilman '.,6 11 PiseePSayeueb Stret.b5SixtltWar4.4nspectors 1: -- Building< :\ V Division%- Company, direction then ran in 1,01 a Northwesterly feet Company, direction then ran in lon a Railway Northwesterly feet-, 4' to the Office and we will mail it to any

Rockefeller Institute for Medical 1 i .:.. :, more or less to the point of more less to the
'feral, born 62 years ago. J. B. SULLIVAN Richard : beglnaing, excepting therefromthe beginning ttf excepting therefrom point of S address in the U. S.
Research famed medical scientist !
H. Sawyer. Wm. B.
Curry right of way of the Florida the right ef way of the Florida,.
born in Central City, Cob' j' Burton Stevenson of Chillico- For Police JusticeT. Leslie E. Russell Hugh Hinde, East Coast Railway Company. Ka.t Coast Railway Company .
The said property aa aforesaid The said
64 property as aforesaid
years ago. the, 0., author and librarian born 1 S. CARO Clerk. Edwardo Albertus. Police. together with all the tenements, togetherwith all the tenements FREE OF CHARGE

{there 63 Polling Place: White and Eliza hereditaments and appurtenances hereditaments and appurtenances
years ago. thereunto belonging:, or in aay wise thereunto
i belonging
or In
Maude Howe Elliott of Newport For Chief of Police Streets. appertaining, being sold to satisfy appertaining being sold to any wise

R. I., author daughter of said de<'ree. This... to be subject said decree. This sale to be satisfy subject r
;: FORCED WOMAN TO DANCE MYRTLAND CATES tli t& that certain Key West StarOn
Julia Ward Howe, born in Bos I NOTICE: The above named I recorded In Mortgage Book mortgage B-5, at to In that Mortgage, certain Book mortgagerecorded B-5 at :: Sunday

ton. 81 years ago. For Captain of Police Inspectors, Clerks of Election page 423 of the Public Records of page 42' of the Public Records of
GRAND HAVEN. Mich. Cos- Monroe County Florida made b> Monroe County Florida made bT
1 and are hereby requestedto
the defendant.. '
ALBERTO CAMEROFor the defendant.
M'rs."ren'e P. Kahn of SanFra.ieiseo | Vanderlinde of this city want- be *i,the City Hall Monday, DATED- THIS lad day of November. DATED THIS 2nd day of Novem Sale At Your News Dealers Or

Dornin i' ed Edith Narragang to dance with November 11 1935 at 7:30 A. I). 135.J. .. ber. A. D. 193E.J. .
consresOToman, p. I4
Captain of Police LANCELOT LESTER. I LANCELOT- LESTER. Delivered To Your Home
Salt Lake City. I'him and tried to pull her on the nu, for the purpose of receiving Special Master In Chancery. Special Master In Chancery.

dcnce floor. A jury awarded Miss ROBERT J. LEWIS instructions and to be sworn in. hENRY H. TAYLOR, JR. HENRY H. TAYLOR JR.

Ed Wynn of Philadelphia, Narragang $162.50. "Bobby" *"' nov8-2t Solicitor for Plaintiff.nov2-9-l>-30 Solicitor for Plaiatiff.aov2-9-lf-22-g 4 ,," ,'I'I'Ij

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: PEOPLE'S FORUM I dications has lost his way.

SOCIETY I If those who wish to adhere toi
:-: : : RANGE LIGHTS BITTERLY this modern style of dress wjllI
take to the South Sea Islands i itI'

................................................. DISPLAY OF HUMAN FLESH will be a great relief to those who

Enjoyable Social Meeting Of FIRST METHODIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I CASE DEALS WITH DEATH I BOTH LIGHTS AN* STRUCTURES Editor The Citizen: I' have view flesh exhibition j

Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts Eaton Between Duval and
Street OF PHILLIP GWYNN YESTERDAY STILL.HATOE SAMECHARACTEIISTICS Having lived in this city the For.those who fail to adopt this 1
Woman's Club Friday John B. Culpep Jr., Pastor Simonton Streets *
Junior er. !
greater part of my life, I have immodest style of drew because |
Church Sunday school opens at James S. Day, Pastor I I
-- heard of the needs of the they do not approve there might
10:00 a. m., under leadership of', Bible School at 9:45 a. I I many be classes formed to instruct them
Wom Misses Florence Sawyer Louise I I I
Members of the Junior Gerald Saunders, general super Session will begin with the m..J place to advance it commerciallyand J in modern
Leota Grillion, Florri I conventions. By so doing
an'. Club enjoyed a delightful aft- Ketchum intendent. Each meets "
(' department ing of the flacs. : culturally. Many\ of these I
of,Ketchings Alce Curry Mary JI t Investigation into the cause. of The United States Lighthouse there would be a large num
ernoon yesterday as guests in its own assembly room. Morning worship'at 11 o'clock. have been
1 I I accepted: and helped in
member hostesses, Mrs. WilliamV. McMahon, Xenia Hoff, Romelda Preaching Sun Uy morning at The pastor's .....::,jec t will be: II death. of,Phillip Gwynn came to- a, Miami Department announces that the J the progress of our home during tl ber of positions made availablefor
entrance nee lights were I out of town insrtuetors, and
Albury Mrs. Dan Lewis and Johnson Barbara Carey Margaret 11 o'clock. Subject: "He Maketh I "Hiare,' Is No Anaisfce.! **' close today when the coroner's I Novembltr the years. Others, after enthus-
changed 7. the
in of ouUide
bringing em
Miss Ida Kerr. I Goshorn Elwood Leonor Geraldine Warren Steadman Alberta, Wars to Cease." .I At the close tof tie' morning jury returned a verdict, ascribing The front liflfht is now at the iasm waned, passed into oblivion.I .I ployes appears to be the order
the regular so- '
The affair was Harriett Johnson Epworth League meeting'at 'I service the ordinmsE l:': of baptismwill death: to' acute dilation of. 'the I'rite of the former rear light, and I now take the liberty to suggest of the day where intelligently
Russell '
cial of the club held Miss Vanessa Collin
meeting 1:00 ,
m. be I that I
p. something feel Key
Wonian'a Camille Pierce Lottie McMahon\ I heart'due to alcoholism.Th the rear lijjA is now on east trained men and women are
the of the Key West '
leader. 'Union'at I
Baptist Training 6:30 West needs at the moment badly
.. ':verdict beach of Virginia Key, it is said. I I needed.
street from and Nellie Louise RusselL -1. based the
Division service 7:30 was on
Club at '
on Sunday evening I this
iP.m. Both Inhts and structures have I is a league, or society: or; MARIE CAPPICK.
6 to 7 o'clock. I .:Mesdames Harry Pritchard, o'clock.: Subject: "When the Roll I Evening worsnipat 7:30 o'clock.: evidence of Dr. H. C. Galey who: oMiaracteristics? and some kind of an organization 1 I .
same same i Key West. Fls,
'Bridge and Michigan were the' John Roberts Edgar Pangle, is Called up Yonder, I'll be Topic: "A Grjafcr America." was summoned to testify and i fal as former I I that will protect us from the vulgar -',' NOT. 8, 193 .
show-' James K. Brady, Earl Julian, jr., t f I
games played, final scores ( I There. Pra j er service, Wednesday gave as his professional opinion flights, it is shown. display of human flesh now a ----
ing Mrs. Joseph Lopez to be win- Allan B. Cleare jr., E. R. McCarthy \ Mid-week prayer and praise evening, 7:30 o'clock. the cause as given above. f I daily panorama on our streets, For City Councilman

ner of.the Michigan prize and George Gomez WilliamB. service on Wednesday at 8:00 p.,' Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock, Members of the jury we/e::[ NOTICE. .and in public places. Not being'' A. H. McINNIS:

Mrs. Will Norman receiving the Norman, Dumont Huddleston, m. 'I choir rehearsal. Fabio Olivieri, Ramon Tonnes,t -----: I.* modern in the term used I fail I

consolation. Miss Louise Ketchum'won William Arnold, Homer Herrick, Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- George M, Parks. ,John ,/pet,:To the Voters of Key West: to find any justification for such

the prize for high score at C. E. Dickens Robert Dopp, Millard -, 7:45:: o'clock. Mrs. Joseph: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN John Nelson and RalphDu- I herewith submit'my name and,'dress now being advocated and

Bridge. I Johnson, Raymond Curry Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saund--:I CHURCH BreuiL ( candidacy for the position of accepted by many of our Key BIG REDUCTIONS ON YOUR

Enjoying the afternoon were:, and Joseph Lopez. ers, choir director. Chief of Police in the coming city 'West women who fear they will Winter FootwearIF

_. I J. C. Gekeler I'astor election and solicit the supportof 'be classed as old-fashioned unless
I Corner of White and Washington ROLL CALL AT 1'
the electorate for the office to
LEY MEMORIAL M. E. they join the parade of knock- YOU BUY NOW!
Coral Wheel Club I P.-T. A. Officers/ CHURCH. SOUTH Streets t which I aspire, promising to do knees, warty backs and billowy

To Meet I Sunday school meets at 1C a. STONE CHURCH i my best, if successful, to serve hips, to say nothing of the legs Don't miss the Big Monday
Elects Officers/ j Monday Rev. M.\ L. Smith, Pastor m. Oscar Norman, superintendent.The the public with reasonable satis- that )Jook for the world like strawsin Reductions in our Shoe Depart-

Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I Adult Bible Class is taughtby faction in the discharge. of the pancakes ment. With the arrival of a

.Reorganization and enlargement -:r The regular monthly meeting Church school at 9:45 a. nu, the pastor. I' duties of the office. But, my sister, I beg of you large shipment of Shoes this
of the Division Street Parent- Morning worship at 11 o'clock. will be1a week, we now have one of the
of the membership of Key with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent. Sunday evening great I humbly submit my qualifica- not to fear the term "hick." We
stocks of
West's Coral Wheel Club was Teacher Association' will be held I Sermon: "Jcsus :1.1 the World nigh.; in the his ,iy cf he First. tions as a candidate and cite the are all fei4sed> in 'that 'categoryby most Fashionable complete Footwear to be

planned by the organization' at on Tuesday afternoon-November l Morning worship at 11 Toda,'." MctLoaist (.Stvjc) Crurfch, it i.! I following for your consideration: i .certafn; personage who. cameo found anywhere.

the meeting held last night at the: 12, beginning: Lo'clock, ac-: Subject: "The : -} O'clOCk.j Evening; worship, 7:30 o'clock.A : stated. It -n; bi a t'yne'! of ths I Served in the United States provide, : the more abundant

home of Mrs. F. R. Kirtland. [cording to announcement. made God's Sons." special; Armiotice Day program calling of the toil:' of Vn* church. Navy,and in the U. S. Army, hfe i ,, tand,.like Moses of Biblical HOSIERY Silk Hosiery.SPECIAL Chiffon- Kayser and

New officers were elected last today. t Young People's Department has i iI I I of readings: music and sermon. Every member is to /answer' to Overseas with the 42nd Company? flays*,to-.lead, us into the Promised Service Weights

night and it was decided to go on 1 A request! W'niade ''for a large its morning session in the Division :I Topic of the' ccrmon: : "Spears or their names. Rainbow Division I f fI special:: pair ._._.... 65c
the regular riding trips every Fri 1 attendance!'tof 'members.Entertdinment I street school building with Miss: Pruni ;" Hooks!" ''I Rev. J. B. Cuoeppir, Jr., has am married. 39 years old and i ': For Cit; Clerk READY.TO.WEAR m.

day night and the business meet-I Miriam Carey as teacher and Al-i Mid-week Bible study Wednesday selected as his subject:, "When the father of one' child, and have I '.WALLACE' FINDER IN OUR DEPARTMENT

ing to be held on the first Friday'I\ : At bert Carey as president. at 7:30 o'clock.: Please read I the Roll is Called upf} Yonder Ill lived in Key West all of my life 7drlleilectionBermuda

night of each month. A special 1 -'" Junior boys and girls at 4 p.1 Luke 15110. be There." Old tim/c/ gongs will except for the time spent in the I All Dresses. Coats, Sweaters.

moonlight ride is scheduled for Pena's PlacePena's m., with Mrs. Mary Thompson in' be ised. This will >c a. servi.e: performance of military duties. MeatMarket Etc. are the newest WinterCreations.

I charge. I MIXED BIBLE CLASS that will be enjoy.J t :::-.all, states You'll be surprised
Monday nightAll Completed tenth grade in Mon STEER MEAT at the low prices.
Place is the popular rendezvous -; Young People's evening session : the pastor. '
lovers of congenial companyand 1 roe County Public Schools: and Cora Fed Veal
delightful rides are invited to of many visitors to this at 6:30: p. m. Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- also attended army and navy EXTRA SPECIAL-$10 Dresses

submit their names for enrollmenton city as well as local folks who Evening preaching at 7:30 p. m. cino, Teachers I dered at 8 p. m.. fes :turing.-"The schools.In Genuine Spring Lamb specially QO DO OK 7 J
Nice Fat HensFLea. priced at __. S
This class meets -
the club's roster. want to wind up the week-end Subject: "A Warlesa World. every Sunday II Keeping of the LighnA 1- the rehabilitation of Key

I with a gay and festive time. Prayer and praise service each :I I morning at the Harris School au- candle light sen ice will. also West, I respectfully solicit the 861-W Free Delivery (Be on time !Monday for best!

Dance Tonight AtHabanaMadrid The club is ideal fQr those per- Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. :,I jditorinm at 10 o'clock. Men and be held.. honor of serving the community Open Sunday MoralagiARLMi4S selections)

sons who enjoy dancing, enter- Young people's choir practice' women not connected with any Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. as Chief of 'Police for the next JUST RECEIVED-New shipment
tainment and good refreshments.It each Thursday at 7 p. m. :Miss other Bible Class and regardless I Sunday service. 111\ a. m. two of Ladies', Misses' and
is splendidly and comfortably Alice Jenks, pianist. of denomniations are invited t. Evening worship. !7 o'clock. Respectfully submitted. ; Inc. Child n'. New Winter Ilats.I .

Key West's only open-air furnished and has an air that Church choir practice each Fri. attend. I \ MYRTLAND!' GATES. I New shipment of Ladies Handbags

dance floor is expected to furnish makes its patrons sociable. day at 8 p. m. Mrs. J. Roland CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. BETHEL A. M. C.:; CHURCH. Candidate for Chief of Police. "Quality Shop"EXTRAORDINARY specially priced $1.OO

Those in charge of Pena's place Adams, pianist. I j- (Paid Political Advertisement) We invite you to look over
entertainment for a capacity (Colored) VALUES
left undone in theI line of SILK UNDERWEAR

I have nothing )Iary'. Star of the Sea our new
crowd tonight when the Habana- METHODIST EPISCOPAL ,. Corner Division and Thomas Sts. SATURDAY AND MONDAY received this
club's make-up for the comfort Rev.Wm. Reagan, S. J., For City Clerk just
Madrid'a regular weekly dance of its patrons. CHURCH. SOUTH H. R. Hill pastor Special reductions will pre week.
in charge HENRY F. I
gets underway. i Cunday; school 1):30 a. m. SAUNDERS vail throughout the Store on Ladies' Combination Silk

Festivities will commence: when "EL SALVADOR" Order of services for this I Preaching, 11 a. 'm. these two days-now is your Slipe.------------ .-.-.._... SOc
\\FloorShowAt Grinnell and church: MONROE THEATERFred opportunity to buy that goodlooking ; ,
the music starts at the usual hourat Corner Virginia Junior A. C. E. League meet SPECIALS MONDAY
will be Hat Coat
Sunday morning Masses Dress, or
10 o'clock and will last until Club House TonightI Streets said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. at 5:39 p. m. Astaire-Ginger Rogers pair of Shoes at a REDUCED 15 shades 40 inch Mallinson's

the wee hour oJ 3 a. m. Dancing(I I Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. I Senior A. C. E. League meet -in- PRICE. Come early for Best Transparent Velvet specially

under the beautiful Key West I Dell Woods will offer another (Services in Spanish) Evening service at '7:30 o'clock, at a!>>:15 p. m. Selections. priced Monday.
Sunday school 10 a. m. vening service. 9 prm. TOP HATSMatiase SALE ON YARD GOODS I Plaid Silk, in all colon,
moon is a novelty brought Key; of his popular floor shows at the and Fridays. special
Westers by the Habana-Madrid. regular Saturday night dance tonight Preaching, 8 p. m. Sundays Weekly Services i Balcony, 10.j OVC.... 25 pieces New Travel Prints, : yard u..u.-._._......-. 8$.

Club. I at the clubhouse on Roosevelt Mothers' Club meets Monday. FLEMING STREET METHODIST Tuesday 7:30 p. 'm. Class. tea. 15-20c; Nlgfel' 1S-XS 35c' *alu; on- saleMonday, I Special Sale Monday-CeloT -

John Pritchard's Orchestra will Boulevard. 8 p. in.Bible. Friday 7:30 p. m-, choir re per yard -- ....- 25c and 20c >hane Silks in all colors. Just
study and prayer service, CHURCH hearsal. 10 pieces of Season's Newest the material for Afternoonand
have a good program of dance Dell will feature many new Wednesday 8 m. Silks Satins. Failes, Canton I Evening Dresses.
music for the club's guests. acts tonight and an sepecially p Cor. Fleming$ and William Streets Crepes, Triple Sheers, Cor-
good stunt. by the members of the "LA TRINIDAD' Shuler Peele, Pastor SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIST. delets Etc. $1.25 value at I 50 shades 40 inch heavy
I all Silk Satin Back
orchestra. He claims that there I : 9:45 CHURCH only, per yard -- .--... .-.--- 8Se quality
nter school meets at
Division Street Rev,. L. Oser and :M ?, Church I Crepe, $1.50 grade, per
all Flat
30 of Crepe
will be surprises galore for everyone PastorS1' : a.. to. William N. Knowles, sup- (Colored) pieces __ __ yard -------, ...... 8 c
P.-T. A. To Meet at only, per yard SOc I
Duval and Angela Streets erintendent. The Wesley Fellow- Southard Street Between Thomas Monday Sale SALE ON DRESSES (See our window display)

The orchestra has arranged an Sunday school, 3 p. m. I ship Bible Class the pas and Emma Street 75 smart looking $5.00 Silk I Printed Silks, all the newest

There will be a called meetingof especially good program, and a Service in Spanish, Friday at tor' study. William Perkins, PastorG. EXTRA SPECIALs'' FOR MON. Dresses --.....--. .....-. __. $3.88 designs, per yard ..--..-- 69c!
the P.-T. A. officers, chairmenof luncheon will be served to top the 730p.m. Morning worship at 1L o'clock. .. Williams Missionary Leader DAY MORNING' 60 Silk Dresses $6.00 value I 56 inch all wool Flannel per

standing committees and the events. I'Sermon subject: "The Open Sabbath School (Saturday). 10 at .....-__..-.-- -..--...--._ $4.88 I yard .....u.u.__. $IA5
principal of the Division Street PENTECOStAL MISSION Door." o'clock. New shipment of Fall Tweeds, Just a few Dresses in Silks Printed Satin Back DLuxe
home of the president, Mrs. Will regular 25c value, and Woolens on Mile ..
School held on Monday\ afternoon, Intermediate League u --- Silks, all colors, something
Epworth 20e
Church services 11 o'clock in
beginning at 4 o'clock, at the Doughtry, 1402 Pine street. 909 Olivia Street meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- the morning. : : on sale at--------------__.. ..._...-.m.....-. $2.88 and $1.88 I new, per yard ..._.-.-..... $IAS
100 new Fall Wool Frocksat
Wm. Skondeen Pastor line Watkins, superintendent. Prayer meeting every Wednesday Silk Canton .Crepe; 98c $1.00 New shipment Matinee Pussy

........................ ........................ Sunday morning worship 11 Young' People's League meets night at 7:30 p. m. value on' sale at u.._ 65,e Special u..u.reductions on- Evening u r Willow, per yard -.-...$1.95
o'clock. at 6:30 p. m Norman J. Lowe, Y. P. M. V. S. $:30 Gowns and Wraps.! Printed Cotton Tweeds, per
meeting, f
MENTION CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. president. One case of Fast Color IOe Special purchase liaise Silk yard u-----.-----_...-------- ---.. 15e
PERSONAL m. Worship service at 7:30 p. m. p. m. Prints on sale at .._.. Pillows at ._....--._.___-.m_ 46c i 56 inch: all wool Tweed per

.. ............ Sunday night evangelistic service Sermon subject: "Is the War SAINT PETER'S CHURCH See window display and be $1.25 Chenile Pillows, on f yard .-....---..__..?........ 98c
1:15 o'clock. Over!" Members of the various on time! sale _. ._--..-.._.-._..-_..... .-..._ 88c 25 pieces 40 inch Satin heavy

Leo HasVins left on the Cuba Tuesday 7:15 p. m., prayer and Patriotic Orders of the city are (Colored) Boys' Zipper Sweaters _. $1.00 i I quality, per yard -.m...-- SOc
for short visit with..ooeoooooooooooooooooooeiUV 10 dozen Fast Color Wash Boys' Long and Short Pants 1
yesterday a Center Street Between Petvoniaand i
praise service. expected to attend this service, Dresses Rayon for Slips all colon,
sale ..
on _
relatives in Tampa I! ...tQlUu.\ca 1q; Friday. 7:15 p. m., fellowship as this sermon will be -in keeping Olivia at ......._._.._._.?... tJVIlx tlfln Boys'Sailor Long5'Suits, Pants--- ..u 3pieceSdU $1.00 :i per yard .... .-.--...--..-.-..... 2Sc

meeting. with the thought of Armistice. Mass, 8 a. m. (;IJT:CEaloe ....... $5.95 SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN
:Mrs. A. C. Carroll I left yesterday LOST-' Baby ring withinitial I Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys and Mid-week prayer and Bible Solemn Evensong and Benedic-I 10 lozen Children Wash Dress Boys' -pie ,r' Short Pants EVERY DEPARTMENT
for where "V" orf' Duval street. Rewardif tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament es, sizes 6 to 14, on I
afternoon Tampa J girls church. study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 50eChildren's -Suit ...._. $1.98 and $%-45 MONDAY
.tol'Joe Catala 901 ..... _.. .. ;
returned sale at '
she will spend a while with friends. Choir rehearsal Wednesday im. 7 p. m. u ----- --- ,Ghi1<1rep.*: Wool and Silk "

t Division street. nov9-lt CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY mid-week Church school 8 a. m. Dresses,..4 to 14 ."_ $1.00
... mediately following the Wool Angora 98 assortment Ladies'sIisse5ad STORE OF FASHION
Sergio Hernandez was a passenger -I. NURSERY .STOCK 327 Elizabeth Street service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Dresses, on sale 'at "._ e Complete/ Children's Knitwear -,
leaving on the Cuba yes]I 9:30 m. rector. Week-Day Services 'I Ladies
Sunday school a. City's Loading Store
2 dozen Fall Dresses regular ...
visit with relatives Mass on Tuesday and Thurs- I
terday a : 11 EXTRA
service at SPECIAL
ROSE BUSHES-World's best. Sunday morning $3at.95, on sale
and friends in Tampa. I Hints on care and culture. o'clock. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH day at 7 a. m. Wednesday .. ... ...,. i 6 pieces'54-inch; 75c Draperies, I.
and Sermon
I Litany on .
service at on sale 48e i
Free illustrated catalog. Mc- Wednesday evening -- -- --- ---- ---
Bierer of the 527 William 'Street at 7:30 p. m. Special sale on Fall Shoes. t -
Wallace L. one 1
I Clung Bros., Rose Nursery 8 o'clock.
E. Richard Evans. Pastor : Confessions After the Wednesday
: regular values 2.98 and
assistant keepers at Tortupas building --- ------ -- --
in Society
Tyler, Texas. Reading room
;, school, 9:45 a. m. sale Mon-
lighthouse left Thursday night and Friday Sunday evening service. i $2.65, on CJ1 QQ
open Tuesdays Morning worship at 11 o'clock. day morning at "- SI
for his vacation with the family
fro"n 3 to 5 o'clock. Sermon subject: "Citizens of the Come early and get your pick.

in Miami. I SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Kingdom." For ElectioB Commissioner I I D. ARONOYITZ DEPARTMENT STORE

JUST RECEIVED-New BIRTH Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Special prices for Monday on

Mrs. Ralph Boyden left on the DAY CARDS-For Sweetheart, Corner Duval and Eaton Street Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. (Four Years) I Transparent Velvets. all 618 DUVALSTREET

Cuba last evening for Tampa :Mother, Daughter, Son, Husband colors, including: $ Vallisons'Print

where she" will visit for a few I and Wife. SYMPATHY Morning Prayer Sundays, 6:45 a. m. Years Sermon After., subject" : "Seventeen J. R. VILLAREAL display.Velvet. See window Oar store is now showing. a New shipment of White Felt

days with friends. CARDS-"He is Away," "She complete line of FALL MERHats.,
is Away." Wedding Congratulations Mass (Communions), 7 a. ro. Mid-week service Wednesday Beset Known A. "......" I CHANDISE for the entire SHOES Now
-- showing largestassortment
Mass for the Church evening at 7:30 o'clock. I family at popular prices. As
John C. Nutting, radioman first San Carlos Book Store. of new Fall
I '
9:30 a. m. usual the largest
we carry a.Shoes
United States nov9-lt TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN -- for Children and
class coast guard
: Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m.I sortment of readytowearCnrtain Ladies.

and Mrs. !\uttin;. left yesterday POSITION WANTEDBOOKKEEPERTYPIST Evensong Prayer Sermon. CHURCH Materials, and readymade _ _
for St. Petersburg to which station i Benediction, 8 p. m. A.H.Mclnnis Curtains SIa_.. Millinery MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Mr. Nutting has been transferred Week Day. (Colored) --J', Me.'. Fnmislunf-s, t
young: i 717' Simonton Street : Etc. in town. A visit to oar FALL SUITS for Men and
man. desires employment In- Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m. Rev. Alfred 'Defla itt, 'Partor Has always been a booster for Key West. store will solve your Fall Boys to suit most any size ,.
formation 613 Margaret street. Mass, 7 .. m. 11 o'clock. 'lle"oerved two rearS on the City Council. outfit problem boy or man. Blues. Grays
Mrs. A. M. Sunday morning,
Stephensen and
nov7-3tx I Evening Prayer 5:30 p. m. school ''S-.SO p- an. '<1'rhi'ough- efforts of this council, the Casa :Marina Hotel was All shades of Transparent Browns and Mixtures.. New
A.1. Jr. Church
children and Helen, A second Mass Wednesdays .
on o'clock. built.,* i : Velvets, per yard 1.98 styles pinch backs: single
arrived yesterday over the high to bid 9 Sunday evening, 7:30. : and double breasted. Popular -
dbance m.
Beautiful Bayview Park bOught 40 inch Fall Tweeds --d. 20e
I "Persona'' Responsibility. -o.; ; was ,
way and are spending the weekend order. The Subject: prices. Our Suits are
your next printing ." r '. Pain).Avenue,.was, opened up. ,: 36 inch Heavy Drapery Materials -
as guests at the home of Mr. CHURCH OF GOD : ? : ,. the talk-of-the-townt!
ATtman Press. ang7 it's 0 Lord Mercedes Hospital Was established.. -- 3 yards ...._n $1.00
and Mrs. Roland Weatherford, "It's me, me, ..', ,, f 0' Boys* and Men's Shirt. iDt a
Jr., 1214 Catherine street. FOR RENT 1106 Olivia Street Standin' in the need of prayer. Mar] paving was inaugurated. Beautiful line of. ready-made large assortment of novetty

:Morning service at 11 o'clock. 'Taint my mother, 'taint my father He served one term as Sheriff.He Curtains and Materials. materials of Broadcloths

LIVES MANY PLAGES i FURNISHED APARTMENT with Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. made an energetic and good officer. Ruffled Curtains in Rose, fast colon, solids and
Sunday night service 7:15 But it's me, 0 Lord, Blue, Ecru and Rust per fancies. Popular prices.
electric Eaton,
ice box. 1001 He was Secretary of,the Board of Trade. pair .___._ $1-00
SEDALIA, Mo.-Perry T. Goings phone' 879-J. nov9-lmox o'clock. Standin' in the need of prayer.- He received nothing for his services.He Lace and Morqns'h.h.' *Panels. Complete assortment of Accessories -

now of this city, is suing his Evangelistic service, Wednesday -I served as Chairman of the War Draft Board gratis. extra wide, eaw. .. $1.0O for Boys and Men-
wife for a divorce because he FURNIShED HOUSE. Modern 7:15 p. m. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH u. Bath Robes, Underwear,
He has made moneyjn Key West. and spent it in Key West
Our Ladies Dresses andMillinery
wants to settle down. lie claims.ince conveniences three bed rooms Prayer and praise service Friday Neckties, SockBette,
(Colored) He helped many in trouble and distress, as hundreds can testify.He arc selected to Handkerchiefs
7:30 Novelty
Teachers' meet-
his marriage in 1924 she has frarrpe. Apply 610 White p. m.
Street. in&o A. T. McCaskill, Pastor has always been on the side of the under dog, and always please alL This Fall we have Jewelry for men, etc.
made him change residences 65 nov9-5tx Naomi Reddick. Superintendent will be. the largest assortment and
times prices t. snit alL New assortment of Beautiful
NICELY FURNISHED APART. Latia Mission Mary Moreno. Secretary He has opinions about public matters, and is not afraid to. express Fall Shoes for Men and
Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Sunday November 10, will be them. Misses and Ladies Skirts,
For City Councilman MENT. with garage. Apply 827 i Blouses, Sweaters and Boys in Blacks Browns and
Duval street. oct9 Thursdays conducted by Rev.I: "Peace Sunday," and thanks for He will again make us a good City Councilman Put an X mark Sweater Dresses in all Sport combinations.wanteti .

ROY L. McKILLIP Charles E. Lazo. International good-will. ._ before his name Tuesday. shades. PRICES TO SUIT ALL* :

Mgr. Curry's Sons Lumber Dept. Subscribe to The Citizen. .. Sunday school 9:30 a. to. A special program will be ren-- nov9-lt CONTRIBUTED'BY A FRIEND.


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