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 16, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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and read French.
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Geographical Sections Doctor Vitalien for seven years
\ RIED ON IN DADE COUNTY I Department Today ;
personal physician and advisor toMeneik
Will FavorBy
II, backs his testimony I WORKING MANY THINGS WERE

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Selassie sitting at Menelik' right Key West and| MIAMI, Fla.. Nov. 16.-WPA
With 1936 almost here and the WILL\BE RE-ASSIGNED FOR I FRAUD
band during a court function. funds will finance efforts to find EVERGLADES PARKMIAMI the north, each day in the

local election return of 1935 LATErt ACTIVITIES out what sort of folks lived in
'Menelik always intended the
Florida when Ponce de Leon arrived week except Saturday,
available for analysis, the political TAll f throne to go to Haile Selassie,his (fly A.le' Hess) For the: purpose of discussing: I I (Rr As..e/.led Prea8)

,pert\>ns who, have been' grandnephew instetad of'hi.. 422 years ago. MIAMI Fla., Nov. 16.-Three conditions of workers on WPA Fla., Nov. 16.-Enn-st' was announced today by

strategists are hauling out their called for wirtc on WPA projects grandson, Lij Yarn" Dr.'Vitalien O. A. Sandquist director ,for Miami city officials indicted "ith projects in Key West, a committee F. Cbe' executive-secretary of the ,
war map. aid. taking up more intensively -I this district has announced allotment other persons, for alleged II I the postoffice departmentin
should report* for work Monday\ said. "lIe knew Lij Yarn was unfit I l-ad-1 of the workers, composed of Everglades National Park Association

( their study of political morning if the\. have not already for the throne and while I sat,I of money for the scientific ulent manipulation of city tax I John Parra, Jr., Peter Nicholas,I Ii agrees with those who
done to, it waV>; stressed at the excavation. of 35 prehistoricand certificates probably will be triedat Washington.
hold it's
ill wind that blows
by his deathbed hia friends were! i Foster Gomez Pedro Baso Jr., an nobody
geography. headquarters o j 7e local WPA early historic Indian moundsin the December term of criminal
burying the I Rafael. this good. this effect
this morning. imperial crown.Uncrowned : and Bancells met Telegrams to
Theoretically candidates for Unfit Dade county. court. The disastrous Labor Day hurricane
Persons who i f o report will Emperor County Solicitor Robert R. morning with State Senator Ar-
The work will be under received from Washington
national office are supposed to be re-assigned it probably "Lij Yasu although he reigned super- Taylor announced recently he thur Gomez and Mayor-Elect IL that lashed the Florida were

will be some till: before> another for three years never was crown'I, vision of Karl Squires assistant I would devote most of November! a Galey. Keys killing more than 400 per- this morning by

campaign on national issues, ad- opening will l>e ide. ed. When I left Ethiopia a year' state archaeologist and the South .. to studying evidence obtained by The situation of the workerswas sons, held lessons of great valueas

dress!?g their appeals to the country :Men on relie who have been after Menehk's death all the work Florida Archaeological i the grand jury in order to have discussed in detail and from to the type of construction Postmaster Sam Harris,
working ia the nabilitation project Menelik had done was crumbling Federal funds society.j I the cases ready for triaL I every angle. It was agreed thatit I
1 at Urge. Actually that seldom on the Florida Keys and are under Yasu's misrule." 000 have been advanced. I Among those indicted are Mayor will be necessary to send a needed in the park area to with- who advises that the service -
not registered hete should applyto A. D. H. Fossey committee to Washington to stand nature's fury he report
Lij was deposed by public rep- I
happens.A Claude Gandolfb, in charge of proclamation in 1916 when Zau- said 172 persons would get jobs I ers E. G. Sewell and commiSSion-I resent the workers and place their ed. will become effective
look the election returns assignments eaily Monday morn- for 12 months. by and former side of the before the
at ditu daughter: of :Menelik was i case proper Coe flew over part of the 2-
ing. I proclaimed empress and Haile Sel- The research will continue work H. Reeder. Victor officials. Senator Gomez and 000 miles of land and water making Monday, November 18.
for the
past year "There are sufficient projects assie then Ras Tafari of Shoa, started by the Smihtsonian Insti- local real estate operator is joint- Mayor-Elect Galey and a third
point: clearly. The country vote operating now so (hat we can was named regent and heir to the tution under the FERA. Results ,,ly named in one of the indict- member to be selected from the up the Eevrglades Park area This, says the postmaster -
give a job to every man who throne. ments. workingmen will go to Washington. and found the wind and water of
wants ," J. Getry Curtis as- t I will be compiled catalogued and I is in addition to the
Ly .ectioD' Instead: of carrying one Dr. Vitalien sailed for Djibouti A grand jury indictment charging September 2 had worked transformation ,
sistant WPA district irector.1': I I made available for the institution'suse. Harold Ross deposed city It is the intention of the
from :Marseille in 1896 but be- i is characteristics of the
scattered states here aDd there a service
said this morning'! "This is the now being given
\ fore he arrived in the French port clerk with embezzlement of $29- mittee to call upon Florida's com-I' region.
candidate for the presidency carries last call and men frho do not report ; word of his coming had reached I "There are strong indications 000 of public funds also remains! ators and representatives
will be re-afsigned. This Menelik II. Menelik the first that f''to be tried. I'j quest them to personally aid "Tempests especially when '%':- by the, Steamship Cuba,
there is tremendous
blocs of states usually on the means they probably won t get Ethiopian ruler to attempt to a amountof I i Taylor announced he would committee and use their best ef- companied by great volumes of '
invauable historical informa- j I I of the P. and O. S. S. company
another call for sorrfp time.
basis of sectional issue. modernize his domain had little t accept the offered assistance cf forts to get an increase for the water are among the agents
some tion to be derived" said Squires. : State Attorney G. A. Worley who workers. t I which carve individuality into
faith in the incantations of native I' which,arrives from
A map on which the territory \WRECKING TUG doctors and sent Vitalien an im- "Biscayne Bay and vicinity was I gathered much of the evidence on The committee will leave at I some of the areas which are today .

,of. .ljnej>arty ja zbown. in_black and I perial_invitation.. the location or one of the! 'chief' l:which the.grand,jury .acted' in the earliest possibledate for the I acclaimed! .superlatively* dis- TaitipaMondays and-
A towns and'other Important villages ,* ne- said hd which ]I
the as
; jtinctive
Tears Palace cases.
:Seven: In
that of the other in white
the party of \WARBLER COMES I II! The French doctor accepted and l of the Tegesta. Indians, who(, Free( under bond, the mayor J such have been selected by the"I Thursdays and leaves for
never presents appearance I lived for seven years in the im- lived here when Florida was first,) and commissioners are continuing i i federal government for inclusion
c checker board. Instead great TO PORT TODAY!| perial palace acting as personal discovered. Past excavations reveal in office despite some debate as: MAKE READY FOR in the national park system. I Tampa on Tuesdays and
areas are solidly one color or the !I physician and advisor to Menelik. there are indications of ear- to their status under the law. A I "Among: the unusual featuresof

other. I: "When I first knew little TafI lier Indian races." recent recall movement seekingto SWIMMING EVENT i the Everglades National Park i Fridays. ,

So political calculations are I I I an," raid the doctor explainingthat oust them fell short of getli"'jtenough area are the complicated labry- ,
based in the main not on what j I VESSEL HAD BEEN AT MO- "Tafari" was Haile Selassie's'I ARRIVES voters' names. on petit- inths of bays lakes, connecting I Mails by plane will close,

individual states will do, but on RANT SHOALS WHERE AS- familiar name in the palace "he CUBA I ions. HERE TOMORROW waterways shallow waters of the!I I' .
what the large geographical sections was scarcely three years old." latham Reeder. Eoisey.. SewcH bordering ocean and land .the i i as usual, 3: 0.,o'clock! in
will do., SISTANCE WAS RENDEREDTO "After he had learned Amharic FROM HAVANA I IHESSEL and Rigby on April}2 6, 1934 the t thousands of islands J I I

Three Political Sections from his native teachers the em- indictment charges, j"did unlaw- MUCH INTEREST CENTERS IN I "Many of these special features j the afternoon :and '.. mails
STRANDED SHIPWrecking combine and are within the rangei f the recent ,"
Most calculators recognize three peror turned him over to me andI fully conspire con- |I
general sections-the East the taught him to read and write LEFT YESTERDAY :federate together to cheat and PROPOSED AQUATIC MEET storm's greatest force, and show)i i to be sent out by boat will
West and the South. Some add a French. When I left he was almost defraud the city of Miami of its WHICH WAS HELD OVER how much continued individuality
fourth-the :Midwest-but its limits -I Tug Warbler returned bi-lingual and I hear he AFTERNOON ENROUTETO money goods and chattels to wit, of this part of the park is dependent close at 5 o'clock in the
are hard to define and usuallythe to port this morning frcfn Mo- speaks well even now." certain tax sale certificates of the FROM ARMISTICE DAY upon these occasional major II
Midwestern states are incorporated rant Shoals, near Kingston. Ja- TAMPA :aggregate value of $97,000, by visitations." I afternoon.
under the general head maica where it went to the assistance unlawfully pretending to silI. Coe on his aerial survey found
ing of the West. II I of the Norwegian Ship CRIMINAL COURTTO 'convey and transfer to the city The Key West Yacht Basin has new channels formed with the old |':i Directly after the visit

In the southern group are included Sorvangen stranded at that Steamship Cuba of the P. and of Miami certain lands" the city been a place of feverish activitythe ones gone new bars and shallows I!
customarily the 12 statesof !(, point. MEET MONDAY O. S. S. company arrived yesterday acquired for a negro park past few days as rival swimmers come into being, outlying island !; several weeks ago by J.Boyd .
Alabama Arkansas Florida.1 I The Warbler sailed from her afternoon 3:15 o'clock from I polish off rough spots in changed; or washed away new I
Georgia Louisiana Mississippi home port at Key West on Friday Havana with 23 first class pas- THIEVES ENTER preparation for the final fight in I beaches thrown up and accumu- i I R. superintendent

North and South Carolina Oklahoma November 1, and arrived. at sengers and two second class pas- the aquatic meet many events of ,lated deposits in bays washed in of the Railway Mail Serv-
Tennessee Texas and Vir- the scene of the wreck on Sun- TWO VENIRES" OF JURORS sengers. Two of the first class which were postponed Armistice land.Trees I

ginia.In. day. Salvaging operations were HAVEN BEEN SUMMONED passengers were for Key West, LOCAL GROCERYBETANCOURT Day becj&VeUof rain. The meet in the region; suffered ice, who came to investi-
the eastern group are Con- started on the day of arrival. the* others for Tampa. tomorrow k ljO-start at 2:30 p. m. heavily from the storm, he reported -
necticut Delaware Maine Maryland November 9 the Sorvangen was FOR TERM I The ship sailed 5:30 o'clock for For the Soldiers Johnson already but one week later new gate the mail situation in
Massachusetts New Hampshire floated and taken into harbor at Tampa with 27 passengers four a high point man is in- green gave evidence the sable1 pal-{'

New Jersey, New York Kingston where necessary work I,I travelers taking passage at Key REPORTS LOSS creasing,his speed, and Kohler is metto palms and red mangroveswere 'I J Key West, the board of
Pennsylvania: Rhode Island and, was done before the trip to the Criminal court for the November West. OF MANY ARTICLES FROM 'a: formidable contender in the recovering quickly, though,
Vermont. Roughly this is the territory '' United States could be started. term in Monroe county, will II' : Ferry J. R Parrott of the F. reaststr Ie.; Williams and Jones many royal palms lay flat. county commissioners decided -
east of Ohio and north of 'I' Temporary repairs being com- convene 10 o'clock Monday morning E. C. Car Ferry company which HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS I in their under water tryouts are, "Practcially all plant life which r

the Potomac river.In pleted the Sorvangen left Kingston November 18, with Judge J.j arrived from Port, Everglades yes- looking more and more like sharksas was not wholly uprooted was I at a meeting, to
the western group lie all of I' November 12 and was con- Vining Harris presiding.Two II terday morning sailed last night they glide through: the calm again in vigorous growth" his re- I
the others from Ohio to the west voyed as far as Cape San Antonioby venires of jurors have,been for that port and is due to return Losses sustained through the I clear waters of the basin. port said. 1 I f take up the matter withI
-- coast including for the purpose the Warbler. summoned. Regular venire of 18 tomorrow. visits of thieves to his place of For the Dolphins Cusie Bec- Too, "the waters area ia'weU I
of this classification the border of I From that point the Sorvangen and a special venire of 22. Of business at 1028 Division streetf J caise and Kim Powell are doing: supplied with fish" and "flocks of]I Washington.
West Virginia, Kentucky and Mis continued to New Orleans La.,I the first there have been 16 sum- were reported to the sheriffs some good work in the diving. great wading birds thousands in I I
souri. where she will be placed on dry- moned and of the special 15 were RUSSELL FUNERAL office this morning by A. J. Bet- Those in charge of the swimmingmeet I number, are flying about their]I The Commissionersformulated
These are the three grand divi- I dock and the Warbler returned': called. ancourt. ,. I says that "this diving should accustomed haunts as though noj i i
sions of American politics. to Key West Docket for the term shows one HERE ON SUNDAY Mr. Betancourt operates' the!I be seen and not talked about as I changes had taken place. j i rcsolu i ion s
G. O. P. Problem Simplified I I I I' case of aggravated assault one "All Clean Market" and grocery I words cannot describe the sensa-i Coe took occasion to correct I!
1 that
When the arrangement is reduced in connection and has been what he said was an erroneous i ii asking a six-day
i 1[ reckless driving one operating a tion of the sleek bodies of the ]
to political mathematics NEW\ ARRIVAL IN I motor vehicle without license two the victim of robbers to the ex-I contenders gliding twisting i!i impression the park association j i
,Funeral services for James Russell j weekly mail service be
the result is this in the electoral than sought to limit fishing in the area. established
: 'selling liquor without the necessary tent of more $100. and turning through the air as jI j
college which" chooses Presidents LUNDBLOOM HOMEMrs. I license four assault and who died Thursday'afternoon In addition to the theft of two t they make graceful arcs from'I I "Fishing (not, commercial) is i: between Miami
at his home in Knowles'
Lane '
there are 531 votes. Of this total battery four petty larceny and bicycles he reports entry being springboard to water." |I not only permitted but fostered
the southern group has 135, I 10 cases of vagrancy carried]I be noon held from 4 o'clock the tomorrow First after- made into his place of business Williams of the High School in all national parks," he said. j', and Key West and forwarded -

the eastern 151 and the western Maude Lundbloom, of 317 over from the previous term. Church Rev. James S. Baptist will and the removal of four cases of team is doing good work on the "Instead< of interferring with
245. A majority or 266 is required Whitehead street is in receipt of I I officiate. Day condensed milk one case of corn- springboard, and Berkowitz Is persons: now coming to South I I them to Washing-
to elect a letter from her son, Ivan of ATTENTION B. H. McCALLA ed beef 20 pounds of Cuban coffee expected to be in the running in Florida chiefly to fish the water I
It is apparent that no one of the Newark N. J.. announcing the I J CAMP S. H. McCalla Camp Number 5, three dozen tubes of toothpaste 1 the underwater event. within the Everglades National I ton. The plane mail service -
i United
three sections can elect a President -I arrival of a 10-pound boy on November I Spanish War Veterans one box of chewing gum The meet scheduled for tomor- Park will become a veritable fish-I
by itself, but that any two 9, at the home of Mr. and Members of B. H. McCalla Dade Lodge Number 14, F. and one case of chewing tobacco and J row afternoon include the fol- erman's paradise" Mr. Coe con authorized today by
(Continued on Page Four) II I Mrs. Lundbloom.Mr. I I Camp 5, United Spanish War A. M., Knights of The Golden 20 cartons of cigarettes.This lowing events: Underwater swim;!' eluded. ,I !

Lundbloom is employed J Veterans, are requested to meet Eagle Independent Order Red list was turned over toI I 200-yard free style; 50-yard i j, I the postal"officials. is believed -
Men and Key West Fire Department "
!I, with the Western Union of that I at Simonton and Eaton streets tomorrow Chief Deputy Sheriff Bernard breaststroke; 200-yard relay and t I
HABANA-MADRID CLUB city and before going to New Jer-(I afternoon 3:30 o'clock, to organizations of which. tM ,Waite and Deputy Ray Elwood fancy diving. f I i YOU'LL HAVE A t to be theresult of
residence he deceased was a member will at- who it was said will at once 1
ey to take up his attend funeral cervices of Comrade -
DANCETONITE :I' was an employe with the Western I James RusselL tend the services. 'start a vigorous search for the DADE LODGE NO. 14. F. & A. M.!I GOOD TIMEIf the commissioner's activi-

{Union in Key West. I GEORGE SPENCER, stolen articles. the crowd
i NOTICEAll Members of Dode Lodge are you join at ties.
Pritchard's Orchestra I I nov6-lt Secretary. hereby summoned and members ----
10 p. m. Till 3a.m. I We Guarantee pur Work ANNOUNCEMENT- members of Tiger.Tail DANCE of other Masonic Lodges are invited -. I'lQJ
Come and DANCE on the : If you want to be assured that the I II Tribe No. 19 are requested to be I to attend a called communication -. t J'
air dance floor beneath the beauti- motor of your ear will be WORK-!: Dorothea Beauty Parlor I present at the hcJL 3:15 o' lock Tonitc From 10 Till iRAUL'S of the Lodge at 3:30 p. m.; DANCING 1 $eagra.m.$

ful Key West moon. ED ON: and repaired instead of I 1116 White Street tomorrow afternoon to attend CLUB I Sunday for the purpose of attending and I..
!tinkered with and "patched Is now under the managementof the funeral of Brother James Entertainment Luncheon the funeral of deceased REFRESHMENTSBe '""'
OUR Ginger SPECIALTY Roger Cocktail TONITE i*! bring: your car to MRS. KATHLEEN ACKER- I RusselL NEW DANCE' HITS Brother James Russell. sure to visit PENA'STONIGHT I I WHISKIES AND GINS ;

I I Ackerman Service UP''I I MAN DEMERITT. Same good JOE CLEARE, A. G. LUND
SCRIPT n. .__ ._ $1.00 Scripts- -:- -:- $1.00
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ASSOCIAfON I : day. head o the Inland WaterwaysCorp. Moon sets .__...........1236: p. m. Key West, 29.97 inches an ftigh'
d 933 the Christian era. Varieties of the game I ., born at Batavia Ohio, 61 Last Quarter 17th .. 7:36 p. m. throughout the remainder Vthe '

._ DSt.'RIPTIO" RATES have been found in many other parts of the Editorial comment: Line up years ago. Tomorrows Tides country from the Plains Spates I readings below freezing in the

One Tear _.._.,..______. ____.- __$1000 world. Native Polynesians played with a with the chamber of commerce A.M. PJ[. eastward with tress of high ftst t northern portion.
Fix Months.___ _____..._._ ... .._...__-- 5.0 and in this that High ...--A._ 2:15 3:30 rare crested over the c.}nital'
way prove you U. S. Senator Jesse H. Metcalf G. S. KENNEDY
:Tare Monthsline 1.5' ball made of bamboo fibers Eskimos madea
) Month ___ ..t5we.kly ; really want to do something for of Rhode Island born in Providence Low i-_.-N 9:19: 8:59 Plains States and eastern C -da.1| Officer in ChargnSPENO
: so ball of moss with a skin cover. your home town. 75 years ago. Barometer 8 .. m. today Dodge Ci y, Kans., 30.44 i ches, i
ADVERTISING RATES Early football rules were more in Sea level 29.97. I and Duluth Minn., 30.52 I cbes.l! j \\\\II
Made known on applied n. Light rains have occurred ring \
Andrew J. Page and Edward
keeping with the name of the game as the George .S. Kaufman of New WE ATM EH FORECAST the last 24 hours ia portkthe .of ;
Vdlareal taken
SPECIAL NOTICE I have over the. I /
AU reading notices, cards of thanka, resolutions of ball was kicked only, and not carried. The agency of the WQly's-Overland York journalist-playwright bornin middle Mississippi and ewerOhio :
1 re-jpeot, obituary notices etc, will 'e charged for at feature intro- Pitsburgh 46 years ago. Valleys the southern Lyt V,1iney.j/ YOUR
carrying of the was Automobile West ,
in and
game Key
Till 8 .
r the rate of 10 cents a line. ( p. nu Sunday) region lower Rio Grande
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha duced William Webb Ellis now planning the establishment West "
by a schoolboyof Key and Vicinity: Partly and
revenue* Is to be derived are $ cents a line. I South Carolina p Jiern VArATIDN:
The Citizen Is an open forum a id Invites discussion Rugby, Eng., in the closing minute of a of a business place for handling .Michael Arlen novelist born in cloudy tonight and Sunday; not Georgia, and it was snowi S this ;
of public Issues and subjects of local or general the cars in Key West.
Bulgaria, 40 years ago.; morning in portions of Nf< Eng' = tHIS YEAR IN =
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communications. tied game in the fall of 1823. His feat is 1.
land. Temper:turss hav t risen i : ri
commemorated by a tablet at Rugby which Mayor Leslie A. Curry has an ........................ above normal in the orthern I FLORIDAtor90lUHEALTH'
bears this inscription: nounced new traffic regulations to # Plains States and are generally: '
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST decrease and eventually eliminate Today In History seasonable throughout mot \
"This stone commemorates the exploitof I i Jf _
ADVOCATED BY TilE CITIZEN accidents. Special attention is to Atlantic States; whilecolder
William Webb Ellis, who with a fine disregard be given to the matter of sounding 1869-Ceremonies began formally weather overspreads Tn" with yj'IIII"u\\

of the rules of football as played in horns which must stop the mayors opening up the Suez CanaL r I -. .e ___
id. If automobilists attention
1. Water and Sewerage. his time, first took the ball in his arms .and. pay
to traffic regulations it will )
2. Bridges to complete ..oad to Main- ran with it, thus originating the distinctive, not be necessary to blow horns.; 1885-(50( years ago) Loui' L. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
land. feature of the Rugby game." Travelling on streets parallel with. Rile, Canadian rebel leader, ex Partly: Cloudy
The first intercollegiate football gamein Duval will be given preferenceover ecuted at Regina. TH& FIRST NATIONAL BANK
S. Free Pork
much in
traffic traversing cross chang temperature; I
4. Hotels and Apartments. America was played in 1869 .:between streets. Left Hand turns at the intersection -, moderate 'winds, mostly northwest OF KEY WEST .

Princeton and Rutgers, with 25: men on I of Duval and Fleming, 1907-oklahoma admitted to or north. *
5. Bathing Pavilion. streets and Duval and Southard Statehood as the 46th State. Florida: Partly cloudy tonightand a. a close of business November 1, 1935 .
each side, and was won by Rutgers, the L Comptroller's Call
Sunday slightly colder to-
6. Airports-Land and Sea. streets are prohibited. Cars will ;
score being 6 to 4. I night in extreme north portion.
7.. Consolidation of County<< and City be parked eighteen inches from 1914-Federal Reserve System ; RESOURCESLoans
Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
the curbing instead of at a 45
t Governments. began operating. Moderate win.Is! mostly north- and -. 30.,7.8.10Overdrafts
TEACH CHILDREN "SAFETY"The degree angle. I ....._........ 89.14
!Banking Ho Furniture
All automobiles from Lizzies to i j I 1933-Union of Soviet Socialist SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT sand Fixtures .___ 33,920.76 I
Coffee is K!y West's c:'iief beverage, limousines will be required to purchase :: Republics recognized by the I -on-- Stock of Oie Federal Reserve >

but Wagner is making inroads on our public schools of many cities have automobile tags on January i i United States.Today's. WAVESTwo Bink _._...._._. 4,500.00
observed "Public Safety Week" for the 1. The Overseas Highway Association -! Tempora Federal De-
tiffin. a I........................ I Permanents purpose of emphasizing to children, the will have charge of the distribution -! for D JsUU United States Govern .
of the number plates s: Horoscope Better Waves, $5.00 and up '
rudiments of safety on the streets. the ment Obligations direct
The girl who makes her mind to which are to be sold by Trevor MRS. MILLER sand t
:p fully guar-
I Iplnteed
This is a good idea. While a numberof and Morris automobile .o..e..e.e..5S5555
agency. I, 407 South Street Phone 574-. ... 1602,788.13
catch a certain young man: is very likely to accidents are due without doubt to the j This is not a particularly strong Other Marketable: Bonds i

succeed. After spending four months in day unless bolstered up by other and Securities ..__ 178,668.49Cash
is t
careless ofmot'or it
operation cars the north and going as far as Canada :> good aspects. The ambition is KEY WESTCOLONIAL and due from Banks 277, 78.38 1059035.00
equally certain that the pedestrian, very Mrs. A. C. Elgin returned good: enough perhaps a little too HOTELIn
We have been shooting the bull so often is to blame for an accident. Care Sunday morning by the Mallory j I elevated but the mind should be I 91.404.24S.01

often it is a wonder there are any more of fulness means the observance of recog- Line. Mrs. Elgin left here during 1 I I concentrated and not allowed to the Center of the Business I LIABILITIES
the early part of the summer and i: wander into vain and illusive proi
the breed left. and Theater District'
nized rules. If children were taught how visited with Mrs. J. F. Leach at I,i jed If blessed with means. r.apita _._. -J 100.000.00

and where to cross streets many little ones Phippsburg. Maine, later she, learn to make the best use of First Class-Fireproof- Surplufe and Undivided'Profits __ 64,207.16
visited her sister. Mrs. B. M. Dob- them and not to chase Depos/ I 1,240,937.85
A Kansas _man named Wise, said to would escape harm in the next twelve I zephyrs. SensiU Rate:
son, In Newport R. L. and then .
have five wives, again illustrates that there months.It went with her brother in law and'I SubscrilitTh; Citizen-20c COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI ( '1,404,245.01

isn't much in a name. does no good to say, after the ac sister Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McIntyre .i weekly. Member of Federal ReenSyetem
to visit the principal citiesin Garage Elevator i
cident "the driver was to blame. Proper
committee in charge of the Elks I
Member of Federal
Canada. I Deposit Insurance Corporation
Now we are to have training schoolsfor instructions to children should include I dance to be given Tuesday even Pepvlar Prices .i

janitors. A' course in thermometer some actual practice and it seems to us For the pleasure and entertain- i ing will be assisted in making the L _

reading might well be included. that the school is the best place to teach ment Whalton of friends Realty offices the Robert are havinga and'i''L.'arrangements R. Warner by and Larry Lieutenant Gardner,: .1IIIII4"II.I4:1.4'IIIII.I..4SPECIAL -

the children this new necessity of modernlife. radio installed in the modern i Thomas James, U. S. N. -

Cain might have turned out better if headquarters at Fleming and Mar-I,
.... >. ...... .....,
garet streets. The outfit is being '* vllte l -
:Mother Eve had been wise to child psy ;I

chology, or if there had been a Boy Scout .................................... who constructed was for a by number Joseph of Whalton years, THE SEMINOLE OFFERwrIwLj14 i iI

troop in Eden. "THE WORLD FOR GOD" head radio man at the naval sta

-- tion. This equipment has five 1 rsti44 \1
tubes and the distance from which I
Addison said "Nothing is capable of "Let no man deceive himself. If any sound,
it is capable of picking up !
being well set to music that is not non man among you seem to be wise in this is almost without limit. ] ..4 Itti

sense." Modern song twriters certainly i world let him become a fool that he may I >: I
The Citizen, is in receipt of information
with that.Members
agree be wise. -First Corinthians, 318. i
I from R. F. Skylstead United States Navy, in charge: of:
of certain tribes high in the fellow the recruiting station at Jacksonville
takes the bad out of a .
.1..._.."... FlorllaCIIAK.
Himalayas are said to Jive to be 100 years without subtracting any of the "pep" advising that there are opportunities I It. (.JiI r.R. Mamasre '

old. But we can't quite understand why from his make-up. Thousands of spiritual' who desire open to enlist for in young the navy men;J'! A where avman you,will hoiae-llka find yner InsUlallos IntflrMMl.:''I ri.ate116PIECE ar
they would want to. the _.'.rt ..< ...en.'.**..' a matter ::
firebrands whose effective fighting i is due and see the world and at same: of great importance. ,< "
gain experience which will prove i I -0-- i' v' ,
in to the "Will-To-Do" with
large measure of inestimable value in the game a ....1 flrerr..f ........ ._t.. < :lit
Children who tTslike school seldom which they were born, give ample testimony of life. I I ....... twit .t tae .lly ., -

know what a good time they are having. to this fact. I Every Room ---5-with Combination Tel. A

When they grow older they will know The will to do evil has been changedin United States Ship Hannibal: and Shower Hath,- Radio Electri ; ,51
salis from Philadelphia December.: r ilinK{ Fan Slat Door for Sum. (1\j.
what a good time they had when they were the twinkling of an eye, by the grace of Ventilation. Comfortable Reds wick
1 on units way to Cuba. The vessel Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction : q
children at school. They will find the God into the will to do good. They re- will pck; up barges at Key, and Indlrldual Read*:
las1 Lampe.
school of experience much harder. tained all of the fire all of the vehemenceof West and then proceed to Guantanamo RATE
Bay, in Cuba. The U. S. S. aiBa-fc
i! speech, all of the vigor of action, that Nokomis will arrive here in December -: r* !*_... Private Data ___ f.8iI l
I, M n__.. Prtrafe Itatk _. Z.M
The Associrted Press wire yesterday was theirs when evil had a strangleholdupon and from here proceed to{I.. a_.. private Bata __ avM

to The Citizen out of Washington regarding them. In fact, they developed more the northern coast of Cuba. :I I Savaste nawMB.-Private--.. Print liatfc _Bath SJM..M:

the progress made in obtaining funds I of it, because of the cessation of evil habits Ed Freyberg-chairman of the II.I JIlit'WF."e, Poll ItObRLIIOCCVPANCT

for the building of the bridges appears which had been a constant drain on their I

the most favorable news tKs paper has recently -! physical strength. ::

given the people Qt Key West on Herein lies a great difference betweenan II WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND O 4 4f.

this paramount question. When Jesse individual who has been "reformed"and
Local Committee for Key Weat '
Jones chief of the Reconstruction Finance one who has been "Saved."

Corporation, starts something he generally The reformed fellow is quiet, he is I Date ..... ..................
finishes it, so we may lock forward to a educated out of his wild, impetuous habits,

favorable decision within a short time, and he.acts with decorum and his ways are the TO THE EDITOR: 1. \

in"theSlcS', of hope. tense a shining star. ways of peace and quiet. He gravitates Wishing to have a part in perpetuating; the
naturally into a condition of respectability.The f.
memory of one of our most beloved and useful
A Canadian exchange relates the following saved individual who becomes I
citizens I enclose herewith contribution of
: Sonic weeks ago in a Canadian "respectable," that is, observant of all the my

city 475 persons the majority heads of niceties and conventions of social usage, is to the Will Rogers Memorial

families appeared on paj .ay for their re- not a whole lot of good to the work of extending Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to !0 SET, consisting of 4 plates, 4 Cereals, 4.Cups

lief funds. The following day one of the the Kingdom of God. He is afraid others from Key West and will go without any 4 Saucers while they last at per set $1.00

number was! haled into court for drunkenness. to do anything that will challenge public deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be I! ,

Out of the $9.11 he had received the I opinion, he shrinks from publicity attendant expended, also without any deduction as the Memorial '

previous day he had 19 cents left. Buthe.had upon anything "freakish" or unusual. determine.
I Committee may ti South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. o oj
two dollars worth of cigarets in his I The people and things in God's world

pocket; he had spent four dollars in a pool have always been "foolish" to the worldly Name .

room, .and the balance-nearly three tlol-! wise. But where are the worldly wise? j. Phcre: _593 White and EJ AddressN3
lafs-had been spent for beer. He could God's world still goes onward.Let .
"Your home is worthy of the beat"YAGhTWO
not pay his fine so the county was obliged us make this world a World Fort I . him in jail for thirty days. God. .. .. __. V'.I.I.lI'I.IIIIIIII .II..11?' .4TII a


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IBAKERS ..................*...*.. authority on Dante. and art: born.-eSee..eS..............I ,

L Today'sAnniversaries I 1-at Cambridge, Mass. Died there CLASSIFIED

Oct. 21, 1908. : op SALE
j I : Notice and b.r. I. that un-
COLUMNS del by certain r'r-
I SS5.S.S.*.S..ellele...*. r and decree of foreclosure and

.,%'OPIIt Al fe-nlteortJk Itta learts Lc* Fa mi worth, a brother. IN FIRST PUCE SERIES, 1833-Henry Glllman, scijnt1st sale made and entered on the >'tb
AttJ&a w4t' recla Sorkl and krLi Itt control of th* Farnsworth Business I 1753-James McIIenry ol- day of October. D. 1SH. in and
I Detroit noted I/. S.
ana4l.AaVr Iaw4z,. ..". : leaves th* Portland horn to dier-surgeon in Revolutionary librarian, .1 I by the Circuit :of the EleventhJudicial
,7 K ot ._ tI Lee Famtwonn and to a sister consul to Jerusalem born in Ire- under this bead Circuit the State OfFlorida
adopted dbV.ftfP ., tM ramwort .- klabel Farley: and leaves Ann I War under the first two Presidents be inserted The Citizen at In and Monroe

**,and Itt tktir tdt3en death aroswortli aa allowance of on* SCORE IN CAME LAST NIGHT DEFEATED LIGHTHOUSE AGGREGATION born in Ireland. Died May land. Died July 30; 1915. wJ I In Chancery, in a cause :::fQpe1ldlnl.
doe not motn that tkt piU inkfrtt hundred dollars a mo.t II. to b* i I rate of lc a word for each i insertion I: wherein" A. M.
their lore* fttsI. reeia has aoreedto drawn from the estate.At 3, 1816. but the minimum Sot the I and Burbank Realty Com-.
kel. Annt tr41 to reestaMi Jker4 the end of five years.a division WAS 6 TO 3; LOPEZ AND I WINNERS OF plaintif. corporation organised and
..i/ ci S pirt .'? An. of the .estate wtll take place. at first insertion in every instance
beifrad Mr kai ". fluektd k. ::: 1849-Edward S. Dana. Yale'snoted i existing under the laws of the Statr
r which Urn. Immediate members of DOUGH
brow and ...tea tki BOYS HAV2: EACH FIRST-HALFk BY SCORE OF of Florida et ala. ar.
or riftMukMem. the family will receiv an equal 1764-Return J. Meigs, Ohio scientist born in New Ha 25c.Payment de..ndata
for of Hen of
mast*.,VUtl. recta', coy* share. for classified adver lolre C.-
*or. a arrat '4 imHOon. .tf ow. According to Thomas Farly, WON ONE GAMS; 8 TO 4 pioneer jurist senator governor ven. Died June 16, 1935. tificates, tl. undersigned Special
.Mng coat. brother-in-law of the late Uike and Postmaster-General born at tsement is invariably in advance Master In .Caacer will offer for
Farnsworth. and legal advisor of advertisers with ledger sale and pubic outcry
the remaining members of th. Middletown\ Conn. Died at Marietta LEGALSNOTICE rgl for rash In haDe and
Chapter 20T"I' family. Ann Farnsworth will not Ohio March 29, 1824. may nave their advertisements best bidder front door of thc
share: in this division. (By JOVE (By JOVE) charged County Court House of MonrooConntr.

: !>> '? Mr. Farley d8<"larea tbat the girl The Baker ten last night tied The first of the championship OP MAlTF.R"II! SALE should give their: Florida in the City or
t baa never been accepted as either ,, game Advrien .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Key the legal
'A N fcno!ghYof-VhlsVater. as the a the daughter or adopted daughter of the Funeral Homers for first series in the Social Dia- 1811-John Bright famed tinder and by authority of the street addres as well as their telephone bo. Wet .r, .rg the 2m.dday

boys; came In from th. afternoon knows.Luke no attempt Famsworthai was mad.that he to place in the Social League, each English liberal statesman, born. Final Decree of Foreclosure rendered number i they desire re of December. A. D. 1935. the
mondball ,
League was 'WOn Jefferson following land
yes-: by the Honorable .itu.t.
drtrt. -Two ktalwart young make Mr.her Farley their legal that ward. team havingwon one game and Died :March 27, 1889.1827Charles B. Browne one of the Judges of the i I! sults.With lying and the County of

men. one of whom Ao rememberedas called In during say tbe early hours n* was of lost none. terday afternoon by the Admin-' Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judijrial : I each classified adTer Monroe. State of F.r to-wit:

a, tow-headed little% oy. her own the girl's life to draw up papers for The victors last night at Bay- istration outfit. The Lighthouse Circuit of Florida I In and fort; | ment The Citizen will anAutostrop I Lot Fifteen ( Square
her adoption bat that her mother Monroe County, on the 28th day of gve I One <1) in Tract Twenty-
ace, the older as an occasional) rial died before: these Could b* completed view Park defeated the Firemen tem, winners 'Of 'lUte fi*?t.half, Eliot Norton, October. ,A. D. IMS In that certain Razor Ask for seven 27) of Martello Towers

tor at her home. and Luke Farnsworth didn't outfit by the score of 6 to 3. famed Harvard teacher, scholar, cause In said Court pending In }it. a .ubdlyl.J according to tie
consider It the losing end of the
of enough Importance was on which Alonie Albany Jessie E. recorded In
greeted her sfcyly. quick! to search for relatives of the deceased Up until the last half of the Kilklson. Joinfd by her husband. Book One (1). page 14*. of the

recognition showing I lip his eyes. woman. At no time. declares fourth frame the tally stood 0 score, which was 8 to 4. LEGALS Charles E. Gilklson: Win. J. H. MALE HELP WANTED Public Records of Monroe County.

George stomped about /the kitchenin considered Mr. Farl.more,.than has the girl ward been of I Should the ''FERA ten win the Taylor. as Administrator of the Es- Florida
a to 0. But in that inning the deceased
tate of Marjorie Mae pintado, -
his heavy boots ifoaggering the kindly couple. I andLot
a Judge Ansel Kellorg. clone" friend Dough boys went wild and put second game they will be champsof NOTICE OF MASTERALR and Henry H. Taylor, ar WANTED-Agents to sell world's Sixteen (11) In Square

little to cover his e barraumenLTheD ef the family. tell. a different four runs one more than : NOTICE' IS HEREBY GiVEs: that plaintiffs, and Lavalon Shores. Inc. outstanding stomach remedy. One U) in Trg Tw..ty..nrn .
over the league
they -dlsappeareC to reappear story. He l 1..iBts: that the l.vke ( under and by authority of the Florida corporation is defendant ( of Martello To..r.a sub

later with hair sleek % aces shining .Karnsworths looked upon Anne as was needed. The Beacon boys scored two Final Decree of Foreclosure tendered I. all Special Master in Chancery Goo men can develop own prof to the pit
their daughter so completely they The Bakers scored these runs by the Honorable Jefferson appointed by the Court In said decree busint'S Company advertising il Plat
with soap and water. L probably overlooked the fact that runs in the first inning but could R. Browne one of the Judges of the under and by virtue of the sales.Sister's One (1), page 144, of the Public
And then came Tecs:' ;a and AnniUlsa. others might not take the amex with two men out. An error, aj Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial terms thereof will offer for sale re repeat Records of Jr County

.. from the cannery.% Farnswortb lew..Kcltngs) hanged savs be hi believes. will at Luke the double and three singles turnedthe not hold the lead for in the third Circuit of FloridaIn and for and sell at Public outcry to the Gastrove DistributingCorp. I and Florida
best bidder for cash at
I Anna looked at the I latter 1th last moment became t>f trouble at. trick. frame .the Office crew put over Monroe October.County A. D. 1SJ5.on the In that 2th certain day of I the highest Front and Door of the Court Houseof .. 163 Stockton St, Jack! Lot One <1) in Square Four
the canneries which he did not be '
some trepidation. The fromnan *as tier nhool'1' he left I* a yaurg In the same inning the Fire- five runs on three hits and three cause in said Court pending In Monroe County In the City ofKey sonville. Tla. novl6II' (4 in Tract Twenty-seven (27
womanAnn* Fttrnsworth's which B. Curry Moreno, a. Ad- West. Florida, on the 2nd day of Martetio Towers, a sub
gaunt angular with shfrp features. *:* to'Other connected for their first hit. 'I
handle. men errors. ministrator of the Estate of Laura of December A. D. 1S35 betweenthe FOR RENT division, according to the plat
She surveyed Anne wit'i a penetrating friends double to Hernandez. hours of eleven o'clock A. M., thereof recorded ta Plat Book
of the Imke.Farnsworth -. a center by In the fourth the victors added Curry Moreno, deceased is Plaintiff .
gaze and then she mned. .rvnrnr In this view and Lavalon Shores Inc a 'I and two o'clock P. M-, the same be- One U). page 14*. of the Public
In the sixth! their
From that moment'Anne's Asked if there would tie a contest they got second two more on three hits and one Florida Corporation, is defendant tog a legal sales day and the hours, ]LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT Records o Monroe County,
On she had of the'wilt. Judge.Kel1ola saMthere center Ga- tbe legal hours of sale the Florida
hit a triple to by
and their last I. as Special Master In Chancery
error put over run 2 bed rooms connn-I
devotion. would not he. that Miss ,
Her (sharp "Well. i Ing- described property
Court In said decree
third in appointed by the andLot
Nikkl Nielsen." only I brought a smile Farnsworth said without bitter briel and the safety came in; the sixth canto on two hits under and by virtue of the i Monroe County, Florida o- lences, porches. 519 Elizabeth: Two (I> In Square Foal
tiers that the money was Luke \ VHal SJng'led to fOllOW-I' (4) in Tract
the eighth when and I terms thereof will offer for sale All of that certain I nov13 T..ty-Hyen (27)
error. Street.
to the gift's face. \ FanMCTarth to do with as he belied one situate in Monroe I of Martello Towers a subdivision -
bert.A In the ninth L. "jCastro and sell at Public outcry to thehibeet
"Well. Aunt LiUa." be\ etorted. :The Beacon aggregation scored and best bidder for cash at State of Florida. namely: aoeordtag to tl plat

Clad you're here chilj greetedthe second story brought a start of doubled. Garcia flied out.-Gabriel their last runs in the sixth frameon i the Front Door of the Court House the Island of Key Largo FURNISHED APARTMENT thereof recorded h> Book

woman "party tonigty." She surprise Anne glanced at the headIng sacificed Castro to thlrd"and It!. four hits and a wild pitch.In \lot Monroe County in the City of Lot 14., plat according recorded; to In MacDonald's Plat- Modern conveniences, 628 i li Oe Rerds(1). page 14 Monroe*. of the County Pub,
Key West Florida on tile 2nd day e
damped an armload of parcels on then harried to read the story, Lopez tripled (the fifth and last the seventh inning. the Beacons of December A. D. 1'3i. betweenthe Book 1, 'page .'. Monroe County. I White street, or call at Gaiti's! Forida

the table saTing one to\ carry So Judge Kellogg; had run into hit of the game for the/Tireraen) hit safely twice but failedto hours of eleven o'clock A. :M, Florida Records; ALSO.Go.emme.t Barber Shop. nor2 I andLot In
C and (4) Four
Lots 4 5. Square
away. -Hare to gire. you a F. nl.b trouble. and won. In his first round to center scoring Castro. Lopes score. leg and a two legal o'clock sales M..and the tbe same hours bo- Section C, Township 62, South (4 hi Fur Trar Twenty-seven (IT)

welcome." with Tom Parley and Charlotte scored on a wild pitch. At bat. the leaders were: Lewis -, the legal hour of sale the following Range 3* East. Tallahassee ]FURNISHED APARTMENT, Wth Towers a subdivision

Milna had opened a pastebrXard Farnsworth. It was the first game the Fire described property, situated In Meridian containing SS.07 acres, electric ice box. 1001 Eaton,! according to the plat
with three Dom-
out of four; Monroe Florida. to-wit more or less: ALSO. All that thereof recorded In Plat Book
box and from it had extract a ing Judge to tak Ansel from Kellogg the lxik upon Farns-try laddies lost in four contests. enech. Wickers :Matthews with All County.of that certain land: part of Government Lot '. Section phone 879-J.. nov9-lmox oe (l>. page 14*. of the Pub

frosted cake with Welcome lettered worth tinme the personal effects! of Rueda walked once and hit safe- two safeties each in three times sirbate In Monroe County. 6. Township (I. South.Range I& Records o Xr County.
( Ann Farns orth. popular deb State of Florida, namely: On 39 East Tallahassee FURNISHED APARTMENT 'ori
on in pink candy. j 'I ly m his second time at bat fora Meridian lying Northeasterly ofa NICELY and
I In retirement was the Island of Key Largo and Is
Anne's eyes flashed! with te rs. :t.'o'e: omier op. line running at right angles with garage. Apply Lot Five (5) In Square
the court he perfect average. Barcelo hit two Lot 14,, according to :\[..cDonalel' 8211 Foul
In the Archer. B.
These strangers could do sn'# h had obtained the prtriou day. field. plat recorded In Plat to the center line of the F. E. C. Doval street > (4 In Tract TeaJ-Hye 427)
ilwcluiR, it would b* neeuuiary. rafely in three tries. Alfonso con- meritt, Lopez and Barker had a Book 1. page (1, Monroe Count Rwy. Company's right of way o 1 i Mrtell ., sub
thoughtful things for their Cpon receiving word from Mrs nected for two out of four. at a point 114 feet Southwestof tie plat
Florida. Records: ALSO.
crowded: home to another EHIzalieth llarner. until recently good day. ) the point of Intersection of FOR SALE thereof recorded in Bookone
Government Lots J, 4 and C, I I
their carefully garnered housekeeper at till Farn"wortH Hale was outstanding in the Score by innings: R. H. E. Section C. Township (%. South the curve between Mile Posts U). Page 14*. of tbe Public -
moneyhow home Clint she was! being kept field. He handled 10 chances at 425 and 42&. as measured from TYPEWRITING! PAPER 500 :I Records Xr County.
> their pleasure at hating i from turning the private property Lighthouse 200 002 0-4 9 8 Range 29 East. Tallahassee Jacksonville Florida. (said I I o
And up In Portland-she caught of Miss l.'aruavortit over to dray recond without an error and some Administration- )Meridian containing 88.07 acres point of 'intersection being sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. '|, Flort
men caHing for the same. Judge more or less; ALSO. All th.tpart andLot
her thoughts as If they had bee? Amiet KellogRaccompanied by anoflicer. were very difficult running catches. 005 201 x-8 10 3 of Government Lot ,. Section formed by producing East the of Florida tn Tract
called at the home and C. Garcia add Gabriel 6. Township C2. South. the (4 Twemtjr-eeven
things and thrust them behind her.. forced the present owner. to relinquish es. Albury. Batteries: F. Stlckney: Roberts I Range 19 East TallahasseeMeridian Railway Company right of I Martello Towers a subdivision -

Nikkl Nielsen was from California' It.Especting also played welL and Pellicier; E. Roberts and lying. Northeasterly of way lying; North of said curve PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed according to the plat

not Portland.: .u'h. difficulty Jorfg I Score by innings: R. II. E. Rueda.elleeSslsles..l.See.SS55. I a line running at right angle to intersect with tbe center lIne the cards $1.25. The Artman' thereof r.n hi Plat Book
Kellogg yenterdey ortTired Mrs.Ilarnev of said right of way to Oe (1). page of the
to the center line of the F. E- C. P.b
After dinner neighbors dropped to list all clothes furni Firemen 000 000 012-3 :5 7 of South of said curve) excepting Press. aug7 Records of Monroe ,
Rwy. Company right way
in to sample the cake hire eoSee: ture. l lineas and Luke other Farnsvorth'sfor things purchased I{ Bakers .. 000 402 OOx-6 12 S at a point 764 feet Southwestof therefrom the right of way of Florida
by Ibe the F. E. C. Rwy. Company; and
and greet,, with shy! reserve Tecl&'a the home their foster daughter: t Batteries: L. Castro, J. "Walk-. the point of Intersection of ALSO excepting that part of OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two Lot Thirteen In Square

brother's daughter. They spoke btit Ktpected:: to<"ker.occupy lie as also tim procured bride of I er and C&briel; Ward and Ace- LEAGUE STANDINGS the 4X* and curve 42(between, as measured Mile Post from Government Lot S. Section 5, bundle for 6c. The Citizen Of- Four (4 In Trat(S Twentjseven -
South. Range 39 of Maruito
) Tower
little English and Nikkl spoke but depositions from sales people who vedo. Jacksonville Florida. (said Township fice. octl
East. Tallahassee Meridian, lying a according to the
little Finnish. However their I looks sold many of the Items to the point of Intersection betas sublYlsa
Southwesterly of a line in Flat
Farnsworth and who were read I _ _ _ _ formed by producing the centerline ;
drawn at right angles to the SECOND SHEETS-500 60c Hook One (1). 14*. of the
were eloquent and when she went,to to swear they had bttn purchased (By JOVE) of the Florida East Coast fo pap
renter line of the F. E. C. Rwy.Company's Public Records of Monroe County -
her for Miss Farnsworth. of The Artman Press.
room that night Anne felt Railway Company right aug7
Judge Kellogg was also preparedto FOLLOWING C555555555 way lying North of said curve right of way at a Florida,
warmed by the unquestioning manner Southwest and
assist Yvonne Ctuzon remove point distant 7C4 feet
to intersect with the center line
In which. she had been accepted trunks from her former mistress -SENIOR LEAGUE of said right of way to the from the point of Intersection LEGALS Lot Fourteen (14)) In Square
rooms without their being searchedby .1 of the curve between Four (4) II Tract Twenty-
as one of them.; v tb. present i .mates bf the home. THROUGHBy Beginning of Second-Half SOuth of said carve, ) excepting Milo Posts 425 and 42C. as seven (SI) ot MarteUoTowers,
After Mlina had brushed the new therefrom the right" of way of measured from ..JackeonvIUe.Florida" j i a subdivision, according to the
Anne laid the newspaper down. Club:- W. L. Pd.Lopez the F. E. C. Rwy. Company: IX TiE CIRCUIT COCHT OP THE
(said point of Inter- ixi l plat I thereof recorded in Flathook
curls and Tecla bad arranged the SITu ciRcriT ;
'Oh I'd much rather have done Funeral Home 1 0 1.000 ALSO excepting all that part ofGovernment .tDICI&L
section beingformed by producing AXI> ROE COCJtTT, One (1). page 140, of the
hot Lot S, Section
water bottle her
to own without them" she whispered.They'll Bakers .... ..-.. .huh.... 1 0 1.000 Township I!. South. Rang. 19 the center. line of the F-I.ORID. l' ('I" CERr. I i i' l.ub.t Records o.Monroe Coun-
Lime appeareo. the packageshe ( JOVE) F. E. C. Rw,. Company's right
be: like ghosts.There wasn'ta Fireman .....m..m. u. 0 I .000 East. Tallahassee Meridian lying of way lying. North of said 1 I I h. FOl'k
had previously carried to her eeeeSSseSSseSstelse.SeS Southwesterly of a lin. JIVEYPaltfTa
thins I hadn't dreamed over. Bat Bar-B-Q ._ 01 .000 curve to Intersect with tile ..,t Lot Fifteen (U) ID Square
m. drawn at right angles to the
room in her arm.Brougbt you the bless the Judge anyway, for fighting There will be a baseball game ==: center line of the F." E.' C. Rwy. center of said right of waylying CARS EDMO SON. et a,!,. Fr (4) in Tract Twenty-seven
Portland papers. she said in her South of said curve): I r' of Martell '..a subdivision -
Company right of wayat Dfend.nta
for me. tomorrow aternoon at the Navy SOCIAL LEAGUE a ALSO excepting on the Islandof FORECLOSURE I plat
hard uncompromising voice. "Might point distant 7C4 feet South TA' .l t
Key Largo and I* Lot 15. I thereof Book
Field. The Dean Stars will cross lt
Championship Series west from the point of intersection
as well know the worst. according MacDonald's. plat the bill of (1). page Pub
Upon sworn complaint
Anne thanked her and after the ONE more story remained to be bats with Sanchez' "New Pines. Club- W. L. Pet. 'Mile Posts of the 425 curve and between 426. a* recorded .tn Plat Book 1. page herein. IT IS ORDERED that the Records of I') o ro County,

door had closed behind all of them Anne looked at U with The contest will get under way Administration Uhh.U 1 0 1.000 measured from Jacksonville, (9. Monroe County. Florida w : Defendant do ap-j I I!I Florida,
abs turned to the package. ripped distaste and yet. as Aunt LiUa had at 3:30 o'clock. LightKouse\ 'U_ _.. m. 0 1 MOO Florida. (said point of Intersection records.EXCEPTING THEREFROM day pear of on goa.r Monday a Rule, the pay(of th1 I|I i Lot Sixteen (If) h Square

It open. and sat with apprehension. saif.' she might as well know tbe Batteries will be: Sanchez and I'S the being center formed line by of producing the- all that part of the above described this Court to !a. of complaint 1 i Fur (4) In Tract Twenty-

etgerness and fear fighting for su worst. She read. and as she read. Gabriel for the New Pines. and C.S S e'..S*5 5 C S S S.S C S C S.S F. E. C. Rwy. Company" right lands lying Northeasterly filed in this cause, oherwis the allegations ,.,, .y.n (27) o). art.n'ow.r
of the a ,
Southwesterlyline of said bill will be taken !
premacy. Liisa had said she might fresh pain seared the wound Rob Fish? and McIntosh for the Dean PEOPLE'S FORUMEVERY of way lying North of said of Second Accuse of Man-, as confessed by the Defendants,i!I I .ubIYlsl.theref recorded in Plat

aa'w. ll -know the worst" Crocker bad! left In her heart. curve center of to said Intersect right: with of _the dalay. a subdivision as shownon towit: .1 !I I Book (I). pUs 14., of the
Chin up. eyes dry little Attn.parnswortfi clan.Sanchez ....a******************* the plat thereof recorded In :: Public Records of Monroe Com
South of said CHARES ED10 SOlt.
popular debutante, accustomed : will have on his club ALSO the Island: Plat Book 1 at page 194 In the LI C. t-. Florida,
SHE,turned to the first newspaper. to lov* and every luxury the following players: Alfonso C CITIZEN'S of Key Large and I* Lot 15; office of the Clerk of the Circuit 5.v, TAYLOR and. If and
went ajoa. Into a ow world last RESPONSIBILITYEditor Court of Monroe County above named defendant dead, I Lot Eleven (11) in
the front she Hernandez C. Garcia. B. Garc'aand according to MacDonald's plat b Sure
page found a night. Florida which said excepted the heir devisees and Flee (5) 11 Tract

lay-out ot pictures. Her own occupied According to ber maid TvenreCnuon. a few other young boys who recorded. Monroe In Plat County Book, Florida 1, page5s. lands are described by metes ants claiming through cam-I, seven (27) of Marlalto Towers,
the she was deprived Of even The Citizen and bounds as follows: person or their a Wortftng to the
center and grouped about It the solace of knowing the parent are up and coming. The Stars : records Commencing at the point of names being unknown nO" ] .ublYil Plat

were pictures of Luke Lucinda. Rob for whom she had so sincerely will Ute the same club as they During the present Red Cross EXCEPTING THEREFROMall Intersection of curve In the and the unknown heirs of HORATIO, Hook tb.ref Oe (1). pace lie 1f, of the

Crocker and Sbarlee. all inset tn a grelved taunted by were those her who own might: sh* have ws did last Sunday.The Roll call for members many comments that part lands of lying the above North.easterly described -' right of wayof tbe Florida CRAIN. deceased and IL H. LAMB I Public R-: Coun

large photographic reproduction of shielded her as being nameless: yet are being made as to the of the Southwesterly East Coast Railway Companyas as Administrator cum testamentoannezo an' Flol.,
assured only of the comparatively line of Second Avenue of Mandalav now established, between MilePost mte beets non of the estat,
the Farnsworth'a Portland home. small allowance ah* had here-to- lack" of Red Cross assistance in a subdivision at shown 4Z5 and Mile Post tit. a* of JULIUS LESLIE WOOD, de- Twelve (IS) ta Sonar

Across the top ran a streamer: fore used as pin money eke faced big Winter Basketball Key West. In justice to the Red on the plat thereof recorded In measured from Jacksonvillesaid ceased.IT I Five (S) Tract Twenty-
future ( Intersection being formedby IS FURTHER ORDERED that t seven (27) Martello Towers.
the bravely.Only
Debutante loses League meeting will be held tomorrow Plat Book 1 at 194 In the
parents fiance page
the love and loyalty of the s.workers. ., who are giving office of the Clerk Circuit producing center line of this order b published once a week a euHil. according to
and fortune." Below this In smaller servants who had served her nod night at the home of B their.. of the the right of waIng North for not than four (4} con the tb.l'ef recorded I
time and health to help raise Court of Monroe County, pat
print "Judge Kellogg deplores alleged her foster parents sine her babyhood E. Brantley on Francis street. Florida. which said 'of said curve to intersect with secutive weeks In the KEY WES I Pat One (I), page 14 .
waa there to help her on herway funds so that Key West may belt excepted ,the center line of the right of CITIZEN' a newspaper Public Record of Mon-
misinterpretation of will. And for the man to whom she hadbeen The session will start at 8 abl ,lands are described by mete ,way South of said Carve); then 1oaro County Florida.DONE PblShe roe County,
have a chapter and render and bounds follow Fa
!la yet smaller print Servants tell engaged until that afternoonwas o'clock sharp. ? as : ran in a Northeasterly direo- AND ORDERED at Key Dated Ne.
courageous girl faces triple enrout to Chicago on an unexpected the assistance that the chapter Commencing at the point of ,tiB along the center line of West Florida, this day of November W_ HARRIS
of In the 'I c\
business trip. All interested are welcomed to curve
hks the right of way of the Florida A. D. Special Caa.c #y.
tragedy." According to Shari.. Farns attend. always given since its exist- i'inght of way of the FloridaEast ; Coast: Railway Circuit, Court .31 'IS'ILUASS V.
It seemed queer to sit here. miles worth. daughter of Iuk Farosworth's .eh ,e. Coast Railway" Company .fora distance of 1.083.44 feet (Sd.) ROSS C. Solicitor lDOIlU'*
brother Robert
Lee. Tha will f
: league start play next a* now established between MilePost SAWE ;
from the pictured home and read ot Crocker, shocked at learning.thegirl week with four clubs. 1. $10,000 has been received 42S and Mile Post 4%&. as ''ran for a in point of beginning thai. Clerk of the >
a Northeasterly direction RINEHART
to was engaged
the principals In Familiar into the chapter from National measured from Jacksonville
that s'orj.
along tbe center line of
not the girl h* had thought her
(said Intersection being formedby Subscribe The Citiiefl 2 e.eek.
faces familiar names and yet itdidn't namely tbe real daughter of the Headquarters for local welfare producing the center line of the right of way of tile Florida Miami, Florid I to
lat. Farnsworths left the East Coast Railway for a distance novtl233 I
Luk )
seem they belonged to her. city on a short busnesss triP. asking Monday afternoon the second and relief work. :Medicines and the right of way lying Northof of tit feet: then run In a .e

She read the story went back and her father to tell her of his departure game of the serifs for championship medical assistance given to the said curve to Intersect: with Southeasterlydirection to the --.-.- ,--- -- -

read It over again. Kindness understanding would dUcu and! to the tell advisability her that thee of I of the Social Diamondball sick. Clothing food and homes. the way center South of line said of Curve the right); then of along waters a of line the wblch Atlantic makes Ocean an

and falrnees in every going on with their marriage. upon League will be p'ayed and on furnished to the needy. Travel- run in a Northeasterly direction interior angle of 90* tV IS" CI4I.IIIIII'IIII.
along the center line of
line. his return.Aecordirg Tuesday. the. third game if neces- lers in need taken the of with the center line of the
to Yvonne Cuxxon being care of- right way of the Florida right of way of the Florida

Anne Farnsworth. popnlar debutante Hiss Farnsworth overhearing the sary win be held. and many other numerous charitable East Coast Railway Company East Coast Railwayfor a distance
daughter of th. lat Luk message derided t. confirmed release him At noon tomorrow meeting for a distance of 1.0SX.44 fet of 890 feet. more or less, J READ THE RECORD OF LASTWEEK'S
and Lucinda Farnsworth. learned Immediately. This Is by a deeds. Surely these facts for a point of beginning, then then run on a meandering line
today that abs sac not their real letters received by the girls who will take place at Bay view Parkto cannot be ignored.Thanksgiving run in a Northeasterly direction along the waters of the Atlantic -
were to have acted as Mis Farrscrib's -
been along the center line of .
daughter that she had not
legally adopted and that the for '''" bridesmaids. to whom she organize the Social League! fot will soon be here. the right of way of the Florida direction Ocean to In a Suthw.sterl,.

tune believed left to her bad been wrote Each telling of :the of girls her dec'sion.has! tried to a new schedule. Each and every- Let us, by helping those less fortunate East Coast Railway for a distance section of the a waters of the S SPORTS
di-poced of ta a contrary manner. of CIS feet then
In a
: run
reach their friend through JudceKetlogg. one interested in diamondball is Atlantic Ocean m line drawn
She also learned or decided, according and by enrolling in the Southeasterly direction to the b EVES
their the
offering fr.endshipUK through of
to Yvonne Cuszon. her invited to attend the meeting. Red Cross have waters of the Atlantic Ocean beginningat
personal that she would not the shelter of their I'elpecthe something more right angles to the centerline !
tinrry Robert Crocker, manager of should homes decide until snch a tim as abs Those who wish to enter a teamin to be thankful for on Thanksgiving along interior a line which 90*make 02' IS"an of the right of way of the | GET THE PROGRAM OF THE
upon her future. Florida East Coast
the Farnsworth: Fisheries. The the league are urgently requested other than the with the center line of the Railway kj
This knowledge, coming to her servants also according tn Day knowledgethat Company; then run in a Northwesterly THE COMING WEEK S
Mi's Coaxes offered ber their lifesavings to attend the No right of way of the Florida
short parley.
within the span of a few Key West: was spared the direction ) feet 3
and their service all cf East Coast Railway for a distance I..1
or boars.recrimination was accepted according without tears to which she declined: caries she wan night: player can join this leagu! horrors of the actual recent hur of (9* feet, more or less .ore or less excepting to the therefrom of -mg *_ A----

irolnc Into retirement until she rmdcompletel then run on a meandering lIne .glnnln
Jttdg/ KellogR. and to th* Farnsworth ricane. way of the Florida

servants.* i. lbs ,Jtolg 4Acconltn Luke sbnric. of th* .recovered t los of ber foster from; r>arens. t"e'- I What a contrast! between Lbs We are working under handi- along Ocean the water la a Southwesterly of the Atlantic East said Coast property Railway as Company.The aforesaid.

F.. tsworln. fatally Injured In tb* average English climate and that caps due to lack of new supplies I direction to a point of Inter together with all the tenements Key West ? StarStoe.
aaiomobu wreck which claimed (Col'JIf"lg1&f. 131. ty JflMKt Dseew) section of the water of the hereditaments and s Sunday
his wife. li\e.1 long enough towrite of Key West, I thought as I readin that were sent but lost in transit Atlantic Ocean by a line drawn thereunto belonging aplurt.laDe.

a new will which instead of I London the following due to the recent hurricane and through the point of beginningat appertaining, being sold
a to
leating the entire estate to Ann Aunt Liita. M.nday taaes: Cspi.his paper right angle to the Centerline satisfy
Farusaorth. as did a previous will. ctiarg of aifair. description of the weather at a would suggest that those who can, of the right of way of the ject said that This certain sale to b* sub of the places Jrou have b -

-- ------,.-.- .,.-.-. I recent racing meet: do not trait for a solicitor but call Florida East Coast Railwaypompany recorded In Mortgage Book mortgage B-5 at b Store the places to which you go |?
; then run In a Northwesterly wl

........................ I "The weather turned on us thit at Roll Call Headquarters, at direction 1. tale 1 Monroe page 4Z> of the Florida Public Records mad b of "
pie buy can afford to buy afternoon. As soon as racing be- Duval and Fleming streets, and more or less to the tbe d .ctJ.. ) YOUR NEWS DEALER WILL HAVE IT

VIEWS AND REVIEWS\ I I automobiles who do not buy and gan the rain began. and as soon a; enroll--and so beginning right of excepting way of tb therefromthe Florida ber DATED, A. D.THIS ISSS. S.. day of Novem V/X

racing finished the rain stoppedtoo ,As a very learned Reverend in- East Coast Railway Company. / LANCELOT Or you can subscribe for it and Lave it come to

I cannot afford to buy homes. which was perfect but regrettable formed his congregation: together The said with property all the a* tenements aforesaid HENRY Special Master tn LS. your home. S

What They Say Whether : synchronisation. It wasa To support the Red Cross an- hereditaments and appurtenancesthereunto Solicitor H.for TAYLoR Plaintiff., JR, '

Right Or Wrongs J I cold, miserable afternoon in nual roll call should be looked belonging, or In any wise .OVZ-9-1S-2S-30

s ***..************...*c Nicholas Murray Baiter President which the very limited number of upon as a privilege rather than a I, appertaining raid decree. This being sale sold to to be satisfy subJect West

Chares"Whether! E. Coughlm you know radio it or priest not:, I Columbia University' : people present had to remain Tinder duty-but a sacred duty nonetheless. -!I recorded to In that Mortgage certain Book mortgage B-S. at BENJAMIN LOPEZFUNERAL Key & Sunday Star

Like Abou ben
I cover. Adhem. the page 42C of the Public Records of
the tsge u being set for our en- "When nations join together to Even if they had come inte Red Cross might well say: Monroe Covnty Florida mad by HOMESerrlag

trance into another World War.**I the defendant. West Key West's Letter From Home. Not a %
there will be the wide would \\rite Ky
prevent war no war. I II open spaces they we as one who loves his ; DATED THIS Sad day Of Novem He.pap

have seen little for the light was fellowmen." ber. .L D. I93S. Hal C.esy- bk (There are no weekly newspapers I cit :

D..:.l C. Roper. Secretary of I very bad. and it was difficult to MRS. M. E. BERKOWITZ.Key Special 3. LANCELOT Master In LESTER.Chancery. 24 ., .1.1 Ser erred by a daily.)
Commerce: Subscribe to The Citizen-20cweekly. ]I
distinguish colours until the horses West Fla., hENRY H. TATDOB JR.. Uc .

"Today, vast numbers of peo- passed the Bushes." Nov. 16, 1935. Solicitor for Plaintiff. Phone Night 696V..J .

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iIOn Offer Political StrategistsData the representatives of the'I CHICAGO.-The Chicago Sym

:-: SOCIETY : -: I For 1936 'War Maps' Peninsular Life Insurance family, phony Orchestra founded in I PEARLMAN'S I
has had ,
wish to express our most sincere f j:,1891 only two condactors -

............_....................................1 Continued from appreciation of the leadership of) in that time. The founder "Quality Shop/
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FLEMING STREET METHODIST LEY MEMORIAL M. E. r ) Osbul Summers Long, district was Theodore Thomas, and his
I of them, combining solidly even Here you will alwa find
Church Aid Society To CHURCH. SOUTH with some losses, can make up the manager. His unselfishness and..successor, Frederick: Stock.SEVENTYFOUR QUALITY MERCHANHSE at

Fleming and William Streets Rev. II. L. Smith, Pastor requisite 266. willingness to help those less fortunate -, POPULAR PRICES.S ./ '
Sock Social Monday Evening! in I
his faith the future of
Shuler Peele Pastor Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. A further: important element is ] HO J ; S
our community and spirit of A large and co nplete assort-
Church school meets at 9:45a. Church school at 9:45 a. ro,: the fact that the southern group, I
FirstM. Reading-Juanita Dongo. with Ed. R. I with.few exceptions has been sol optimism, all contribute toward a Tliere'reHere i ment of the seas$ n's smartest
Church Aid Society of the m. William N. Knowles sup- Curry superintendent -! monument to him whom' iI styles at $1.98. I$2-So. $2.95
living ,
Sock Selection-'''First Church Choir. idly Democratic ever since the
E. Church will hold a erintendent. The Wesley Fellow I and $3.95. Spe' ial discount
Social in the Sunday School build Reading-Mrs.' Alice Curry. ship Bible Class meets in the pas Morning worship at 11 o'clock.! present party alignments began. God called for a greater work. J Saturday and Mbjnday.ANOTHER .
Vocal Duet Mrs. Bervaldi and Subject God The Pure' Republican hopes of The privilege of our close association
ing on Monday evening, Novem- tor's :study. "Seeing, carrying I SALE ON
Mrs.\ Asson. in Heart." these states in 1936 almost with him and the knowl-
ber 18, at 7:30 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. are I DRESSESMONDAY
A splendid program has been Solo-Mrs. J. B. Culpepper. Sermon subject: "Compelled." Young People's Department has I non-existent. edge of his ideals and noble'' 40 odd and / end Dresses

arranged by the women of the Reading-Miss Lorace Peeples. Intermediate Epworth League its morning session in the Division That simplifies Republican thoughts and deeds will always be' CASES ;: values to $4-50, at __ $1.98

society and is as follows: Violin Solo--Gerald Saunders. meets at 3:30 m. Miss Venda- street school building with Miss mathematics because it means an inspiration for us to carry on j 50 Silk Dit/sses' values to

Piano Solo-Miss, Adele Rob Vocal Duet-Margaret Pinder line Watkins, superintendent.p. Miriam\ Carey as teacher and Albert that the only possible way for the the great work, of which he laid -OP- $5.00. at .1. ".?"..m h. $3.88
-ert*. and Ruth Chastin. Young People's League meetsat Carey as president.Junior Republicans to win is by a combination the very foundation in our city. '' ,assortment on sale/....of.....$..OO... ..Dresses $4.88
His has left -
Reading-Martha: Key Culpep- Solo- Irs. G. R. Steadman. 6:30 p. m. Norman J. Lowe, boys and girls at 4 p. of eastern and western passing an emptiness : Come Early for Best Selection
Reading-Rcth Page. president. m., with Sirs Mary Thompson in strength.It in our hearts and our cherished CIIIIISTMASGOODS (
per.Vocal Vocal Solo Mrs. Asson. charge. complicates Democratic cal mesjory of him will live with
Solo-Mrs. Rex Shaw. Worship service at 7:30 p. m. New ship /ent of Travel Prints
,Sermon subject; : "The Hidden Young People's evening sessionat culations and raised the question: us forever. and Twleeds, 35c value, per

,Christ." 6:30 p. m. Should Democratic efforts be di- yard1..... 25e and 20c I
Entertains With Dance Tonight AtHabanaMadrid Mid-week prayer and Bible Evening preaching at 7:30 p. m. rected toward a combination of the Sort of man you'd like to be: 40 inch $ ..25 and $1.50 Solid

study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Subject: "The Laughing FooL" South and the East or a combination Balanced well and truly square; Silks, CAnton Crepe Acetate

Birthday Party Choir rehearsal Wednesday immediately Prayer and praise service each of the South and the West? Patient in adversity Nubs, &itin Failes Corded
the mid-week Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Generous when his skies were fair. 1 Sheer at\ per yard ._..- 88e
the Habana- o'clock. read Never lied to friend or foe. TOYS BICYCLES I 54 inch 75fc Drapery, on sale
At her home on Duval street, Juan Carbonell, of service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di- Young people's choir practice day at 7:30 Please' .
at __ _
anotherof Luke, 15:11-32 the Parable of the Never rash in word or deed J 48c
little Miss Rachel Sanchez celebrated Madrid Club, announces rector. each Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss SOc Travel 1

her second birthday yes I his delightful dances tonight I Alice Jenks, pianist. Lost Boy. Quick to come and slow to go VELOCIPEDES 3for..._/,.Prints...._..,___on.. $1.00 sale
terday. She received very lovely]I with an excellent orchestra under METHODIST EPISCOPAL Church choir practice each Friday In a neighbors time of need. Japanese i Silk Embroidered

presents from her friends. Cake the most entrancing conditions.The CHURCH SOUTH at 8 p. m. Mrs.\ J. Roland TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN SCOOTERSALL Pajamas! and Negligees on

and other refreshments were: courtesy and service givenat Adams, pianist.CONGREGATIONAL. CHURCH Never rose to wealth or fame, sale m_l $1.00, $1.39, $1.88 ,
"EL SALVADOR"Corner Simply lived, and simply died WHEEL GOODSAll (Sfce Window
served, and dancing was also en-], this modern place of entertain )
joyed. ment is such as to warrant con- Grinnell and Virginia CHURCH (Colored) But the passing of his name $1.75 Satiil) Slips ......._.... $1.25
Those I tinued patronage and Mr. Car Streets 717 Simonton Street Left a sorrow, far and wide. will be unpackedand Pure Silk I(Panties and Step-

Leona present Arias, were Alice: Ogden,]; bonell assures his patrons that Rev. Guillermo Perez, Pastor 527 William StreetE. Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor Not for glory he'd attained displayed next week. Ins. at ...._._.._ "'h... 48e.

Vilma Thrift, Olga Tynes, Evelia! the courteous service and in (Services in Spanish) Richard Evans, Pastor Sunday morning, 11 o'clock. Not for what he had of pelf, Complete LIKENS lowing AND of HANDKERCHIEFS HandMade .

Andux, Lily and Dorothy Gomez.: dividual attention will always be Sunday school: 10 a. nu Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Sermon by the Rev. Lizama. Were. the friends that he had Make arrangements now I .

Naldo and Norberg Diaz Evelio, the aim of the Habana-Madrid Preaching, 8 p. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Church school, 3:30 p. >iu gained for Christmas Delivery : Complete /showing of High

and Eva Yaldez Avenires and management. Mothers' Club meets Monday' Sermon "subject: "The NearnessOf Sunday evening 7:30 o'clock. But,for. what he was himself. Grade Negligees, Pajamas

,I 8p.m. God. Preacher; Rev. de Uarritt Sub- I and derthings.ANO .
Orsito Andux Henry Ogden, jr., ,
Sanchez ;' Bible study and prayer service. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. ject: "Repentence and confessionof Signed{ ). J. R. Stowers : 'HER SALE ON PILLOWS -
Charles Ogden, Sylvia .
School Circle 8 Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. ( / MONDAY
{ Wednesday p. m. sin arc absolutely necessiryfor :M.: E. SWEETING, ,
Nestor Dole. '
Holds MeetingKey : Sermon subject: "The Purpose of those who are to enter the N. 'L. RUSSELL, $1.25/Velvet Pillows u.. h 88c
Misses Edith Ogden, Isabel "LA TRINIDAD" Our Existence." 'II: 75c .Moire Silk Pillows 46c
Kingdom o? hea\en. O. RUSSELL.
Martinez Lola Bello. I j Duval and Angela Streets Mid-week service Wednesday CompanyRadio Con plete showing Boys Suits
service M. ,
Mesdames J. R. Valdes, J. A.! West Junior-Senior High Sunday afternoon services by evening at 7:30: o'clock. Wecknight Tuesday, 8 tvnd Sweaters and Girls'
J. G.
Valdes, Frank Tynes Nestor Dole,, School Room Representatives met Dr. DeBarritt. p. m. SWEETING presses and Coats-all rejduced -
Choir rehearsal Friday, 8 m. J. M. VARELA.B. Headquarters for
p. Monday.
Rudolfo Hernandez, NorbergDiaz yesterday afternoon in regular Friday night services conductelby MIXED BIBLE CLASS ; I
Jose Sanchez Sr., Henry session at the home of the Parent- Rev. Perez. ____
Ogden, Edward Gomez, Rachel Teacher Association president, Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- SAINT PETER'S CHURCH

Sanchez William Gomez Roland Mrs. Enrique Henriquez, on CHURCH OF GOD cino. Teachers Colored
( ) Subscribe to The Citizen-20c:
Thrift Evelio Andux, Pedro!! Whitehead street. This class meets every Sunday Center Street, Between Petfoniaand weekly.
Aguilar] Joseph Torres. j Many important matters were 1106 Olivia Street '
morning at the Harris School auditorium Olivia
Juan Dole Edward del Llano, taken of at this meeting Morning service at 11 o'clock. I IWE
care at 10 o'clock. Men and Mass 8 V 5
a. m.
Norberg Diaz, Edward Gomez' after which a social hour was enjoyed Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. women not connected with any Solemn Evensong and Benedic- PALACEJohn I D. ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT STORE |

sn, Ramon Menendez, Evelio Mrs. Henriquez served delicious Sunday night service 7:15 other Bible Class and regardless tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament -

Andux Florencio Romero, Pa-, refreshments.Room o'clock. of denomniations are invited t' 7 m. Boles-Jean Muir in ARE READY WITH Socks Shirts. Underwear
puri Gilbert Ojrden, Jose Torres! Representatives presentat Evangelistic service Wednesday attend. Church school, 8 a. m. l ORCHIDS TO YOU THE LATEST REASONS kite: AT POULAR PRICES.
and Pedro Aguilar.Engagement this meeting were: 7:15 p. m. Sermons 8 and Wiley Post-Ralph Bellamy in WHY. New Shoes for Boys and
at 7
Prayer and praise service. Friday a. m. p. m. AIR HAWKS Men in all the new Fall
Mrs. Otto Kirchheiner, Mrs. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Week-Day Services Too Nation SaysJASON
01Leslie.Calleja I Wesley Archer Mrs. H. S. Dexter I 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet Mass\ on Tuesday and Thursday Matinee: 10-lSc Night: 15-25c I Shades and Styles.
stock of FALL READY-
ing. Our first fall shipment of pur:
Mrs. M. L. Russell, Mrs. Paul Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts at 7
a. m. TO-WEAR for the entire
I Herrick. Mrs. Enrique Henriquez Latin Mission < John B. Cnlpepper, Jr., Pastor I Litany and Sermon on Wednesday the with new their Jayson wonderful Shirts No. family is adding thousands of

I I Mrs. W. P. Kemp and Mrs. Lawton -I Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Church Sunday school opens at i at 7:30 p. m. Starch-No Wilt Collars new and pleasing customers.

Nils Ohman-Leslie, of New Watson. Thursdays, conducted by Rev..I 10:00 a. In., under leadership of Confessions: After the Wednes-- SATURDAY AND MONDAY has just arrived and we All merchandise priced at
York City announces the engage'I I Charles E. Lazo. I i Gerald Saunders, general super day evening service. SALE AT want to tell you that we're very reasonable prices to suit

ment of his sister Nina deLisa Dance Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. intendent. Each department meets mighty pleased. and mighty all. Select your FALL OUT-
Leslie to Mario Calleja son of I I in its own assembly room. BETHEL A. M. E.: CHURCH APPELROUTH'SON anxious for you to see these FIT from our store and you
I I wilf be well dressed.i .
Juan Calleja, of Key West. The Raul' ClubManagement SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Preaching Sun-l_y morning at Shirts. always
o'clock. "The Ra Colored THE Every fashionable type of Ready
marriage will take place early in 111 : Subject: ( ) 'Made Curtains and Draperiesat
Corner Duval and EatonStreets dio." Corner Division and Thomas Sts. fabric or pattern you could
January.Mr. I I of'Raul's.Club on possibly want is included.We very REASONABLE
Ohman-Leslie and his companion the boulevard: predicts a i large attendance Sunday I I Epworth League meeting at IL R. Hill pastor hope to have the" PRICES-

Dix Becker, also of New i I at the dance being given Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. 7:00 p. nu Miss Vanessa Collin. Sunday school, 9:3B a. au New versions of the Tie pleasure of going over this 36 inch Heavy Drapery in
York, are making a leisurely passage 'i tonight under the' direction .of I lass .(Comm riions), 7 a. !leader. Preaching 11 a. m. and Oxford in latest ma- new line of nationally famous Rust Rose, Gold, Blue and
southward on their sloop-' Dell Woods, popular ''ocrestra Mass .for the Church Sunday evening; service at 7:30 Junior A. C. E. League meet Pump terials. AH Ladies'. Misses' Jayson Shirts with you-rea Green. 3 yards ".'h__. $1.00)
I 9:3OaiI .. m'l I o'clock.- -Subject** the ConcluSion at 5:39 m. __......... $1.95MEN'S Ready-Made Pricilla Curtains -
yacht "The Penguin, in which I leader. > ): ; -. p. and Children's SHOES specially goon .:WUhnmh_...
they set sail late last May from!, .delicious I luncheon1 has, been Miss-of Thanksgiving a. of Ihe' Whole Matter." Senior A. C. E. League meet priced for Saturday and SUITS and $3.98, pair.Children's front. $1.00 pair to

New York. They are now in:! prepared and' new entertainment i Evensong Prayer Sermon. I MidWeekprayer and .- rate' at 6:15 p. m. Monday. BOYS' SUITS-New Fall Dresses and .

Jacksonville, and expect to arrivein I: secured for the progr ni. New Benediction; p. m.j iervice: on Wednesday- at gOO. p. Evening service, 8 p. m. HOSIERY to match every Shades. each ...._.... $1.OO to $5.95
Key West within the next sev-:t Broadway dance hits will be, introduced j i. Week DaysMjning m. : '. Weekly Services i SHOE in stock. Bines Browns and Griys. New shipment of Millineryfor
'eral weeks, where they will remain,I by Dell Woods "' Or Prayer,.,' ,::45'L 'm. I ChoirTeh'earsal 'on ,Friday,evening Tuesday. 7:30 p. m.. Class 1 We present the new in :MONROE CLOTHES and Children and Ladies including
for the wedding of Miss Leslie, chestra. ] Mass, 7 a. nu atVt45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph Friday 7:30 p. nu, choir rehearsaL beautiful other famous brands. Fatrics WHITE HATS.
Evening Prayer 5:30 p. m. I Sawyer organist; Gerald! Saund-- I have passed rigid tests for Gorgeous line of Linens
and then continue on their way to I Dancing wil start at 10 p. m. FALL DRESSES
II A second Mass Wednesdays, ers, choir director. sturdy construction long- for THANKSGIVING.Fall .
on I
Yucatan. and end at 3 a. m. Nearly every express bringsnew. wearing and service. Tweeds at yard ..._... ..
9a.m. Bermuda Meat Market I I smart creations which Single and doubled breasted ..____ ......n._..... 20c and 25e
Big Time At I I Bingo CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. STEER MEAT i I will be exclusively yours if you ; plain back and pinch Ladies' Wool Skirts, Twin
Party PENTECOS MISSION Armour Star Hams buy at this exclusive ladies' bark;, prices to suit all. Sweater Sets Satin Blouses.
Pena's Tonight On Thursday Mary Star of the Sea Genuine Sprint Lamb !; store. Our prices are consistent Complete line of accessoriesfor Short Jackets in all wanted
I 909 Olivia Street Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., Nice Fat Hen with fine quality. boys and men-Ties, shades.
Wm. Skondeen Pastor in charge New shipment Ladies' Dresses I
Another big time is in store:, A bingo party will be sponsoredI this Phone 861-W J. Cobo. Prop.
'i, Sunday morning worship, 11 Order of services for sizes 11 to 52, worth $10.00.
for the patrons of Pena's Place'I by the Board of Directors of the o'clock. church: Opei and Deliver,Sunday A. M. sale ---

tonight. Management of this i Key West Woman's Clubon Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. Sunday morning Masses will be :? _.__... ..__. .-.n__.. S3.95

popular night club promises that I Thursday, November 21, in the m. ,_ ',said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. I Beautiful Children's Dressesare .I'I.I'.I'.I'.I'.I"I.I".I"I.lIIII"Make
nothing will be left undone to see: clubhouse on Division street. >w. o'clock. on.display. {
I Sunday night evangelistic servo Week-day Mass at 7 now; !
that everyone who attends Prizes will be given and deli-I ice 7:15 o'clock j. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock HOLTSBERG'SDollar Another1' new shipment of

thoroughly enjoys the evening. I cious refreshments served, it is Tuesday: 7:15 p. m.'prayer andpraise Sundays and Fridays. Ladies''Overcoats just in.
Pena offers three big features, stated. I Your
1 service.Friday Selections and values are Paper Pay
fine entertainment, dancing and' I Sale Monday
I I 7:15 p. nu, fellowship. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN plentiful. ourLINGERIE
best refreshments. The place is I petes with the best night clubs in meeting. DEPARTMENT
furnished elaborately and cornS -:i the state.NEW Saturday. 2:30 p. m...boys'*and FOLLOW THE MONDAY CROWD Every wanted garment is '

-- --------.--- -_. I girls' church. C. Gekeler, Pastor 1 'here and priced right. You Dividends!
Regular 75c New Fall Crepes,
...................... I Corner of White and Washington I I 40 inches wide, 2 yards NEW SILK

PERSONAL MENTION! \ MANAGER ATBEAUTYPARLORS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday school.Streets meets at 1C a.I,I 25oT .. .._. '.... ._'.......... $1.0O Our line of Silk Materials is ,s ,
327 Elizabeth Street new patterns andcolors second to none in South Flor
m. Oscar Norman, superintendent.The : 5 for .__ $100 and most
yards ida. It is the largest
.................... ... I Sunday morning school, service 9:30 m.11 Adult Bible Class is taughtby 50c Printed Silk Mixed Tweeds, up-to-date stock in the historyof I Money Saving Prices
Mrs. Luisa Guito and daughter. the pastor. the newest thing out, 3 yds. our store.
o'clock. at 11 o'clock. ... _
Morning worship for $1.00
# 40 inch Mallinson's\ Transparent
Ceila left yesterday afternoon
on service at S S
Wednesday evening "Deliverance From Darkness. $1.50 Embroidered ReadyMade -
I Sermon: Velvet, all colors. (This is
the Steamship Cuba for a visit Dorothea: Beauty Parlor. 1116 8 o'clock. ". all colors
with relatives in Tampa. I IJ. White street is now under the Reading room in Society build- Evening. worship, 7:30 o'clock. for __....._....,_... $1.00 the Don't best fail buy to of the inspect season.our) Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad- S

management of Kathleen Acker- ing open Tuesdays and Fridays Sermon: "Our Inheritance." Extra Large Sheets, size 81x99 line of "Non-Crushable Velvet vertisers closely for special savings on your
B. Sullivan proprietor of a f 5 o'clock. 3-year guarantee _...._ $1.00 received.
roii 3 to Wednes- just
man Demeritt daughter of Mrs. Mid-week Bible study household necessities. Make A
$1.50 Children's Twin Sweaters 4 your paper pay you
local machine chop left yesterday
40 inch AU-Silk Plaid, yd. 89c
afternoon on the Steamship Cuba'! C. O. Ackerman who recently FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH up to size 16 _nn $1.00 dividends. The most interesting news in the
I $1.50 Brocaded Velvet Pillows 25 pieces Printed Tweed per
for a busniess visit in Tampa. j I went stay. to Miami for an indefinite Eaton Street Between Duval and on sale Monday $1.OO yard ._.nh.n....-".'__'__ 15c paper today is the advertising where you san kj

!! Airs. Demeritt has been connected Simonton Streets HOLTSBERG'S 25c Pillow Tubing, 40 and 42 40 inch Printed Silk, yd. .. 69* save many dollars on the family budget by |J
J. Freeman was a passenger on j inches wide, 5 yards $1.00 LADIES' HATS Another
with the Dorothea for James S. Day, Pastor n k" patronizing those merchants who advertise their 5*
the Cuba yesterday afternoon,]I I'I I Received Another Ship 65c Extra Size Step-ins and shipment received this week including -
going to Tampa for a business visit many years and is well acquainted I Bible School at 9:45 a. m. I ment of Bloomers, on sale 2 for $1.00 the season's newest goods. W
to return Monday. i with all patrons of this shop.1 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 15c Outing Flannel, on sale shapes colors and materials.

1 pe. She is considered an expert: Baptist Training Union at 6:30 Bobolink Chiffon HoseIn Monday, 10 yards for .. $1.00 New shipment Boys' Suits,
in the beauty line, having had m. I I 75c Plaid Blankets, large size, S
W. Lesniak of the United i p. short and long pants, in sizes THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST S
wide experience in this work. Evening worship, at 7:30 o'clock. New Fall Colors on sale Monday: 2 for $1.00 3 to 10.CET .
customs border patrol! New Dresses OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LE.VEL OF EVERY."
States j, I Pra service, Wednesday! shipment of Wash S
who had been stationed in Key!i I Physicists believe that in the evening)er 7:30 o'clock. I I The only Chiffon Stock on sale at .._....._ $1.00 READY FOR THE BODY'S PURSE. '
this week received transfer -j $1.50 and $1.25 Children'sHats WINTER
West near future they will be able to Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock, ing sold with a guarantee Mondayat
afternoon i special on Wie prepared to supply
orders and left yesterday i are
for ,make any element synthetically.I I choir rehearsaL I -MONEY BACK WITH. ..__.._- $1.00 you with high quality Sheets, : ;'
on the Cuba Tampa. j i A merchant who advertises'hU', price
75c 50 inch MiteriaL
OUT CONVERSATION. Drapery Pillow Cases Tapestries, Draperies A
APPRECIATION j j i CARD OF THANKS I I SOCK SOCIAL '2 yards for ?,-"'''_'.. $1.00 Curtains, Curtain Goods, b" charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a '
I' I $1.50 Rayon Bedspreads, on Pillows Towels Napkins and
-- i i While I did not vriix in the race 1 Monday, Nor 18, 7:30 p. m. $1.OOApais sale Monday for ...-n... $1.00 scores: ,of other, such items at k' non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.

I wish to express to the voters' for councilman losing by a few.I Auspices Church Aid Society EXTRA, SPECIALAll low cost. Why this big difference? S

of Key West my sincere appreciation votes I am deeply grateful for, FIRST M. E. CHURCH SOME IN EXTRA SIZES $3.95 New Fall Dresses on Every Item in toe Store Reduced
of the overwhelming vote of the vote of confidence given me.'I Sunday School Building I sale at -_n.n-.u... $2-95 for MondayFor
confidence given me in Tuesday's Making no active canvass nor''I Eaton Street -at- Advance showing of Spring V By patronizing: the merchants who present

election. I wish to assure the conducting a regular campaign I PUBLIC INVITED $1.25 "Wash sale at Dresses. __._reg.._.....$1.98...- $1.50 on lag Style and Low Quality Price Fair shop Deal at their prices frankly and openly each week you
citizens West that it will am not able to determine who
of Key are,
be my policy to conduct the af-,, those who fairs of the office of Election me. Hence in this card I am offering I Edward Arnold-Jean ArthurDIAMOND Sold Exclusively in Key $12.75 Velvet Dresses on sale STORE OF FASHION -

'Commissioner faithfully honestlyand thanks to the voters of Weat at ._..__..........._.._ $8.95
conscientiously so that it will, Key West for their confidenceand $3.00 Children's Silk Dresses City' Leading Ladies' Store

meet with your approval in the', consideration.I JIM on sale at ....m.n____ $1.98 I. APPELROUTH o Make your paper pay you diYideDCIs."IIIIIIII.lI".lIIII.

future as in the past. 'j I i I' Sincerely Matinee Balcony, tOe; Orchestra $15.00 on sale New_Evening_Dresses$10.95 I 4
Hovl6-lt JOHN Al COLLINS. nov16-H J. B. SULLIVAN. l5-2Ocj Nifhti lS-25e ,



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