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 18, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


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

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I DUNFERMLINE, Scotland, Nov. One of the first sights to attract

t. I Carnegie as a boy was the '
18-In this ancient Scot burgh, ALSO SEEK INFORMATION In East If It
OTHERS ARE NOLLE PROSSED Dunfermline Abbey founded in Shines In 36
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WITH NUMBER II I Canmore and the burial place of -
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the birth of the the '.I'.4TAT.I'I.4TI'IA'GOLDBRICK '
centenary of emblazoned on tower. The
siderable Speculation In DURING WEEK: ,curfew bell which tolled-and it Many Views Are Taken
world-known benefactor will
still does-was the signal at LOOTED

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:The 40,000 residents of Dun- Activities
I Close by the Abbey was Pit being flooded with mail askingfor In Coming
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HERBERT PLUMMER with Judge J. Vining Harris pre- fermline have had no opportunityto tencrieff Glen a large estate information relative to trans- PARIS Nov 18.-Robbers>>
.. TO ANNOUNCEMENTMADE I forget the name of Carnegie. which was barred to Carnegie and portation facilities housing ac- CampaignBy
tar scated '.r ) siding and court officials preseat. in'' stole the contents of a
citizen has benefited
Every how
his companions no matter comodations fishing opportunities -
WASHINGTON Nov. la- BY KEY WEST AD- bank window should not
some way from Carnegie money. much tney wanted to wandei and what have you. appreciate the truth of the

Reinrrection of a 64-year-old MINISTRATION Upon sounding the docket Oscar I Every other street reveals some through the dark wooden glen From all parts of the United old adage that all that glitters BYRON PRICE

treaty at the tate department Fraga, charged with selling gift which the famous millionaire I Later as a multi-millionaire Car- States and Canada the letters are i ia not gold. (('."'f .r B....",." Tae As..etaledPre.

liquor without a license and having I I made to his beloved birthplace. negie bought the estate. It is beoing sent and in no instance is Cutting through a metal I w'.shtaae..i'

which might Lave important bear Tomorrow is the deadl-ne; for in his possession liquor without Cottage Still Stand now a park where thousands of there any delay in sending out shatter at night the thieves The pastime of joggling figure

whether the United State WPA Dunfermline today boasts of school children are entertained the replies in folders, literatureand in the electoral college of making
ing on reporting for work on project excise took from the window what
the required stamps swimming pools, libraries, pym- I, yearly at a picnic which costs $5- letters from the WPA head-
legally could, if it desired, embargo *, it was emphasized this afternoon entered a plea of guilty. Sen- nasiums, technical schools. It has] quarters. appeared to be a large ingot up and tearing down, various
I 000.In of gold, yellow and sLinning.
at the district offices of the most famous public park in direct contrast' to the evi Some of the from
raw material to Italy .ha tence was suspended.Like inquiries are Bank officials told the possible winning combination>> for
the local WF A. disposition was made in Scotland. All are gifts of the I dences of Carnegie's boyhood il i persons who propose to visit dur- I the next day that the loot police
focused attention on a email, A few more names are being man who went from humble poverty J the modern "Treasure House! ," ing the summer months of 1936, I 1936 give many anticipatory
the case of E. R. Tynes + gilded
dusty chamber of which few in perted at the brick garage, e" r- to great wealth. I adjoining his early home. Rulers and are particularly anxious to copper ttrills to the political dopester a* of Simonton and Greene with selling liquor without a license The cottage where Carnegie':statesmen and corporate bodiesthroughout know what kind of fish are

Washington Lave been aware. streets, 'this afternoon. Aa soon and who also pleaded guil- was born'still' stands a squat gray [ the world have con- caught then. Several of these I; the long winter evening set in.

Officially designated a* the pro- as the 1500 quota for this district ty. stone affair, with domer windows I tributed to the contents of the have been told that during the I Ii It already has been pointed ont
has been absorbed, no more I Following cases were nolle jutting out from a quaint red- I house. Gold and silver caskets summer months the waters around PLANESERVICE
tocol room, it !i. the repositoryfor names will be posted, it was said. prossed: Robert H. Tynes, inter- tiled roof. '-The attic room wherehe :from cities and towns, resplendent Key West teem with tarpon.T. I in these column Low some Democrats

copies of treaties: concluded I Persons who have been called ferring with an officer in the slept as a child is in virtuallyits robes from the universities of G. Billiards, of Salem, N. i STARTS calculate that the south and

for work and do not want to report -I discharge of his duty; Beatrice original condition. Europe and America, and brilliantly J.. has been spending a period
between this and other countries will not have another opportunity -' Tate, assault and battery; Ruby Visitors from all parts of the illuminated scrolls are assembled each year fishing in Florida the larger states of the east

since the foundation of the Amer- I to work on WPA orojects, Cerezo, imputing a want of chas world have inspected the room, in tribute to the onetime waters, but never at Key West. COMING MONDAY helped by one or two border

as their names will be stricken tity; Hilburn Saunders assault with its low sloping ceiling and i bobbin boy. This year he writes, he is send-
ican republic. I I from the work call lists, it is and battery. the old-fashioned bed built into a Letter From Mcnelik' ing his 32-foot cruiser to Key states and leaving the west and

These few yellowing pages of.' stated. Cases set for trial were: Allan recess in the walL Some of the Among the records of appreciation West. The vessel will be berthed mid-west out of it entirely, might
!1 ---- Brown petty larceny; Felix Gibson original furniture sober in appearance is parchment in strange I POSTMASTER HARRIS RECEIVES -
parchment comprising a treaty of a here during the season to be avail-. :
commerce and navigation between'I f TO REHEARSE FOR assault and battery assault; Emma Mario and solid remains. I (Continued on Page Four) I able for Mr. Hilliards whenever TELEGRAM FROM I re-elect Mr. Roosevelt.A .
Mora, aggravated ; Ii still
I he desires to go fishing.Eff i> more obvious Democratic
I -
the United States and Italy con- Kirkland Lucille Berry, Wyolene RAILWAY MAIL CHIEF
I Ii
Perry Butler of the Rail- J combination, of course, from thu

tain a provision that the treaty;j i COMING OPERETTA i Rountree Harris, Wanita Inez Cooper Taylor.Hope Rosalie Jim- TWELVE\ ARRIVE WPA WORK TODAY ways and Waterways Development TELLING OF CHANGE I II I I imaginative viewpoint would be

shall remain in force one year!1 ,I Hattie Smith : Company of Brooklyn N. Y., one composed of southern western -
inez, Mittie Torres,
from the day notice of intention;I i asks for up-to-date data pointing and mid-western electoral

to terminate is given by one of'PRACTICE FOR PIRATES OF'!and tomorrow.Christine Taylor vagrancy, ABOARD PLANEEQUAL FOR MEN! ALONE'out that Key West has the strong-I I Proposed six-day weekly mail votes. Wilson. achieved that result -

est and in 1916 winning without the
selling points
the contracting parties. Neither Sidney Tully larceny, I service between West and
I SET FOR petty Key
1 I I i the state and the city can be sold support of any northern stateeast
the United States nor Italy as yet' TONIGHT Wednesday. NUMBER LEAVE IN, SEVERAL WOMEN APPEAREDAT to the right class of people. I Miami will not start this week. of Ohio.
Edward larceny
has given such notice.It Carey petty ; I Up-to-date data is to be sent I This was announced by Postmaster From the Republican angle,

is only one of the priceless I Charles L. Sawyer assault and AFTERNOON ENROUTETO OFFICE THIS MORN- by next mail to Mr. Butler. I I Sam Harris 1:20 o'clock this there are many mathematical pos
battery Thursday.
documents to be found in this sequestered W. L. Beckley, division man- afternoon sibilities. Assuming.-a* most
Everything was set this afternoon Herman Lopez assault and battery MIAMI ING, HOWEVER I I following receipt of a :
I II the politicians do,-that tile south
the state de' of Cities Service Oil
nook ager
the first rehearsal for Roberts assault and from J.
for i ; Herman telegram K./Boyd, .chief
[ will Demo in OSt.
of go zatia4
Company Mansfield Ohio I
partment. the "Pirates of Pen- battery. Friday. ,,. >
j operetta of the Railway Ma.s er fct RepnbHean-J6Wrtf| ia tftbrm '
I ,'Wants information about the a
Docul.EntsafiuardedThe zanee: ," wnicfc'-Will be staged in Adolfo Paso operating an automobile Passenger!; and mail plane ply Only men who are on relief'] Jacksonville.
state department watches I j i city, especially fishing. Intends winning combination of act and
West for the second con without the required IiI -
over these precious treaties with secutive Key season, this winter. I cense Saturday. ing between Key West and Miami and who have been certified for I i,i to reach Key West in January I Saturday Postmaster Harris west.Several
No I carried 12 on the WPA jobs are eligible for the'''and his time imaginary '. & tions
the greatest care. one except! The rehearsal will be held in passengers ] spend angling. was advised by Mr. Boyd the '

research students ever are admit- the Colonial Hotel dining room incoming and outgoing trips yes- work being offered workers today I Huber .Earl, assistant director 1 I service would begin Monday November suggest themselves! .but 'all of

ted to the protocol room, and I:i.which has been made available::PRINTZ FAMILY terday.Morning. it was pointed out th'U morn-j, of Finance WPA1 in Florida is I Ii 18, and yesterday the them start with the east, or most;
these only after they have satis- I f arrivals were: K. 0 I i looking, forwafd'with' delightful of it, ad the cornerstone of any
: through the courtesy of Manager ing at the district WPA offices. aKcbnlirma'-'
fied the custodians they are Jackson Golden. He has equipped ARRIVE IN CITY ,Thompson Charles L. Roberts I i anticipation: :'feoj tis city where he postmaster received possible> Republican victory.
qualified and previously have 'examined Arthur Swain Wallace Conn, Several women ;and a number spent the moo Restful few days tory letter setting tortL'{ihJ fi:> A- Losing Combination;
the with
all printed material on the.i necessary I I 'Fawn Gwynn, Marshall Fordham.1.of men who are not certified for I I amidst peaceful:surroundings he I of the proposed serriat.. Sup jose,:for_ instance, that the

treaty they wish to study. :I George Mills White, director of '( Florence Crusoe Nina Ryder work appeared at the office, this!i: has experienced in several years.I I Today's telegram roads, NAirI Republicans! do pteef a platform
The fragile. The LOCATED IN BANK APART Johnson W. R. Milner Yvonne Mr. Earl 'Was here and and nominated a candidate with
documents are the operetta pointed out today : morning in answer to the call :recently '(I ways company unable:; to begin
diplomatic history of America is Warren, Lev Curl and Murray purchased several paintings at the I I the sole idea of re-winning the
that all members of the cast of MENTS SITUATED ON sued Friday and Saturday. is-I six-day weekly mail service! until
contained in them. : I Herrick. art gallery. His letter asks that I west. and that by so doing they
I last year are urged to attend the There is work for all November 25." This will be next!
There is, for example, the rehearsal tonight. Every one who FLEMING STREETMrs. .: Leaving on the afternoon plane men c= two more paintings or etchings. : sacrificed whatever margin they _
Louisiana Purchase treaty signedby were: Levy Curl Antonio Cana- tified for WPA jobs it was emphasized similar in atmosphere!! to the ones Monday. might otherwise have in the east. J
is invited to attend
can :
Napoleon Bonaparte, on parch-I rehearsal and try out for the lejo, John RoIIe James Curl Ed but that is alL purchased be forwarded to him I How would it figure oat on the 1

ment enclosed between heavy pur- various parts. I I D. A. Printz, Franklin, ward Wilde Henry McKinney. to be added to his collection. STEAMER CUBACOMESJTO basis of electoral votes?

ple velvet covers. It is sealed by I I In addition to the "Pirates of Penn, daughters Arlene and Colleen MoKinney Willie May The answer is somewhat surf -
silk the McKinney Ehert Duykers, Charles LUND OFFERED f I I prising considering the vast;
B cord of passing through i Penzance" rehearsals, the group I Davie and governess, Mrs. Annei SURVEY VESSEL
the other Yates, Edwin Trevor and John geographical extent of the western -
pages and imbedded at will practice a number of choral I i Glowe arrived on the Steamship PORTVESSEL i I
end in sealing wax. The whole I I and is now Wallis. country as shown on the maps.
arrangements, Mr. White said.I Cuba this morning NEW POSITIONS
treaty rests in a circular box of The rehearsal tonight is to start j located in the Bank apartments on TOVISIT PORTDUE I The party might carry the enI -
1 gold which weighs more than one i tire area west of Pennsylvania,
at 7:45 o'clock. Fleming street. WINTER VISITORSREl'URNING LEAVES LATER DUR-
pound. I The apartments had been placed ARW ) including the mid-wnt, the northwest -
There is the treaty signed by INSPECTOR BE TO FIRST ING DAY ENROUTETO the southwest, the far west
!fin perfect condition and upon arriving )jTO .
the ARRANGEPROGRAM I HERE I 'and all of the border states of
Queen Victoria shortly after the family found nothing J TRA1'C FfR.ttijllb'* PORT YEAR FOR LONG HAVANA I
Civil war, sealed in similar missing from a complete house- Missouri, Kentucky West Virginia -

fashion. It, too, is enclosed in a AT BAYVIEW\ PARK hold and bowls of gorgeous flowers :'-:.-:--;,-.-;-., I EVERGLADES STAY ,, and Maryland, and still lose

silver box about twice the size of placed there by the Key West MR. AND MRS. HOWARD RUSH 4 i I the election. The total electoral
Steamship Cuba, of the P. and vote of this whole
the French one in gold. I Garden Club who plan to have territory, em-
The original COMING TO KEY WEST : Coast aOd-'e";; O. S. S. Company arrived this bracing 26 states, M 263. Tho
manuscripts containing flowers in the houses or apart- I A. G. Lund, chief inspector in Survey
ratification of the Con-:I FIRST OF COMMUNITY SING ments of arriving visitors duringthe .1 Ship Mikawee: is due to alive at morning from Tampa with five number needed to elect a president -
the customs'service''at1
stitution! are there with their FOR SECOND SEASON Key West.! Key West between January 1 and first class passengers, 10 second I I is 266.
ING EVENTS SET FOR season.nrr. -. -. has been offered the position of class passengers, 25 tons of To make up the deficit of 13
priceless signatures. and- ..1lrs.10.. Brewer, of 15, and is expected to be at this
deputy collector in charge at freight and 122 sacks of mail for votes it still would be necessaryto
May Be MovedA WEDNESDAY NIGHT Ishpiming Michigan are due this I port months.
treaty with 12 Indian tribes I evening and will occupy the Mr. and Mrs. Howard :Merrill Port Everglades. It is understood There are five officers and 11 Key WestOn I! carry one large or several small
Rush, and daughter, Miss Caroline -. the vessel 27 first eastern states and the
signed by George Washington in Knowles cottage On Vernon Ave. that Mr. Lund will accept men on the ves eL Four of the were ; praet.icalwould
1776 is deposited there, as wellas This afternoon the garden club of Westfield, N. J., are com- officers and majority of the men class passengers, two second class effect be, necessarily, that
The first of a series of com- ing again for their second winter the assignment. 1 eight tons of freight the campaign must be on pitch
the formal request of the Kingof will visit the home and have families and interested passengers a
Burma in 1830 for a treaty munity singing programs at will 7:39 be bowls of roses and other bloomsto season in Key West. While no definite date has friends are making arrangementsto and 200 sacks of mail for Ha-I which would appeal to the east in

with the United States because he staged Wednesday night them on arrival. Negotiations for a winter home been set for Mr. Lund's departurefrom i secure homes or apartmentsfor I vana. general.
o'clock in Bayview Park it was greet have been carried on betweenthe i I Steamship Brazos, of the Which explains why the east is
feared the growing power of Key West, it is expectedthat them during their stay. I Clyde-1 I ,
Great Britain. announced today by the recreation Rush family and the WPA II Mallory. Lines, arrived in port 4| the one essential consideration' in
the transfer will become ef- I I
One of the most is department of the local B. D. TREVOR housing department and the visit- o'clock Friday afternoon and aftertaking all Republican calculations. For
interesting WPA, sponsoring the programs.The have closed lease fora : fective immediately upon his acceptance I WILLIAM\ BEEHLER !i!
the treaty signed with the Ottoman ing group a cargo of live turtles, sea the G. O. P., the sn must rise in
assembly will be led by a home Eagle avenue and a : of the new post, and ::
stands on food products and miscellaneous i the east if it ever is to shine at
empire in 1830. It chorus of girls and boys, led by a TAKEN TO HOMERAPIDLY will leave about December 1.
cabana at Rest Beach.
three feet high and two feet wide. 1 LIKES KEY WESTINVESTIGATOR items, sailed 6:30 o'clock for New ; aIL .
capable director. G. N. Goshorn deputy collec-
:Co delighted were Mr. and Mrs. I York. I Some C. O. P. Figure
The text starts far below the I

in order that might center be Songs which were popular with Rush with their stay last season tor in charge at Key West, was Fruit ship Granada, of the | Naturally then, the Republicans _
older residents a few years ago RECOVERING FROM they have induced several friendsto asked if any other transfers were Standard I
left Fruit and Steamship will seek to carry not merely -
Allah to insert anythinghe
will be on the program and pop I I spend the winter here and they pending. He replied that he ex- OF LOCAL aft ) '
pleased. Company, arrived Friday a part of the east l but all of J
ular numbers also be intro- INJURIES RECEIVED that several other .
will" will arrive in one party. pected memo .1
I I ernoon from Philadelphia, it. The eastern states have a certain -
Eventually these historic docu WPA ADMINISTRATION
duced. Specialty numbers will be bers of the local force would I I
e IN FALL bunkers at the Porter Dock Com; common interest industrially, *
ments be removed from state
department may to the magnificent t "Cheek interspersed to Cheek.during" and the"Shine program.On,I 1 I t MOVE BUOYS TO within changes a short to be time advisedof SENDS OUT DATA pany and sailed 9 o'clock for Fron-I''I and a campaign designed for one

tera, Mexico. would be designed equally for all.
new archives Penn
building on "
Harvest Moon, the
sylvania avenue, where more adequate are among : B. D. Trevor, owner of the Steamship Ceiba of the came I| In this eastern group, starting'
numbers Wednesday
which will
and safer space has been L night. sung -: Columbia Steam Laundry who!I DREDGE HARBOR VESSEL ARRIVED William N. Beehler here investigating line arrived yesterday Morning'I III '!with| Pennsylvania on the went,

provided. However, because manj II 'suffered injuries from a fall at the local WPA administration Ifrom I( New York, took on fuel oil ; are 151 electoral votes. Republi-
The invitedto
public is earnestly ''the week, is rapidly! -- thinks Key West a de-I II at the Porter Dock Company ''! can strategists begin by assum'
of them are yet being used foi to "smile and sing, and help renew laundry last AT YACHT BASINYacht and'l'I l
'j the it I with wonderful left 1 o'clock for in are capfhrable,
practical purposes by the state the community" spirit. I recovering from effects The United States Lighthouse lightful city a I II KContinued
department they may remain was learned today from the'I Department announces that the climate and restful atmosphere.So Mexico. j I on Page Four)

where they are. : family.His main channel, Miami harbor I BidO--'h; completely is he impressedwith Freighter Alamo of the Clyde-.I

Fina1fecision rests with a special host of friends will be buoys have been ,moved temporarily arrived at the charm of the city it was'Mallory Lines, arrived at Key

committee composed of th : happy to learn that what was at I;! to facilitate dredging opt I the WPA yacht basin Friday afternoon said today that he has sent to West yesterday from New York,IPRESCRIPTIONS

members of the President's: $ea rain sand first thought to be dangerous injuries !j erations. 'I was the first vessel to of- friends in different parts of the I'discharged freight, and sailed for

cabinet, the chairmen of the senate are not so serious. Mr.. :I The department also states that I ficially register at the basin' office country folders and literature Tampa. I I.J If you waat REAL SERVICE

r and house library committeesthe : If pure Trevor was permitted to leave the J I a light has been erected on the this season. which tell of, and show in color j Power Barge Montgomery. from. you'll get it by calling 177.GARDNER'S .

librarian of congress, the na WHISKIES AND GINS hospital yesterday and is at the'\ wrecked Steamer Elizabeth, which The vessel had on board a party some of the many beautiful and.J iPensaeola, was in port yesterdayfor .
tional archivist and the secretary family residence 1227 Division'I' went aground during the recent I of 19 and is under charter to interesting things to be found in I fuel oil at Porter Dock Coin'Ipany I PHARMACY

of the Smithsonian Institution.! street. I} hurricane. the Service Aircraft Corporation. Key West. I I and sailed for :Miami. I



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f PabUsbed t Ittp Daily Except tst Sunday Cttfcett ByTIIK Demagogic politicians delight in repeating KEY WEST IN PUBLIC.\ CN: (:M3\ [ TODAY'S WEATHER {i, Today'sAnniversaries

......... over and over the wel1-wow falsehood .
.t -
,,; JOB ALf.fcJV AHTMAW.,Aa.l.ta.t B....... ttmmmgfr that five per cent !of the people pos- .I ;PP5;' "I. Here Just 10 Year' 'THE'W. ON'G Temperatures* the last 24 hours in the north and !j.......... ..........
-__ Citizen Building Afo., Today. A* Taten From middle Atlantic States and gales I
x From The i Highest ,. 7Z! I 1789-aura) J. M. Dape.-re.
'!t 1'i, _Corner Greene and Ann Streets 'sess 95 per cent of the wealth, and similar The Files Of,Tie e.Citizen v...! "a: !19t-OF-RqAQs' Lowest ._.:_=_=_..::..::::=::..=:: _671! along the coast Boston reporting. ; French inventor, ol 'ttsf dagper-

untruths with which to arouse the indignation Og E Mean ._._.?.._...-___._..._.. -..--..._...72 i a maximum wind velocity of 52 reotype: the forerunner of pnotojri.pty -
f is Only Dally Newspaper In Key. West and MonroeCounty. of the ignorant and gullible elementof The commander of aircraft 1 7 Normal Mean ..___._____.-.___74'1 miles an hour during the night.I b *n. Died July 10,
the public.. -- squadrons, scouting! fleet, has 'aai.Jane I There have also been light rainsin 1851.
i Entered'at, !(:eVut. Florida &II second ciao matter written the captain- of- the yards Texas and portions of the Lake
---------TEAH------ Those who swallow such statements at the naval for Yesterda's: Precipitation T.lns.1 i region and it was snowing this -
FIFTT-CIITII base asking information 0
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1 Normal i ..
Precipitation I
without well to f morning in North Dakota A high! 1801 John B.tterfieM Utica,
tae A erUt.-.S IT_ question might do a little! Investigating 1 regarding faciiitjes\ '
Member of Tbt* rrcvnl ewvrra SJ-smr the: \-:. Y., in the express
the Associated Press 1 II Mclmlvel- entitles to use op their own accoupt and, if station a squadron elf 12 torpedo 1I. MMliaiC mt ft eVIoek: this m.imln pressure area business
fnr nrruiJ.catioa of all new credited tot planes in 'Key West from :January -j I Tomorrow Almanac .j I Country from the Lake region; which ultimately spanned
M fOt otherwise credited here.'NATIONAL In. this paper and also they should do so, these, are' some of the. to the middle of May.. Inquiries ; Snn sass ""*-? ":__..T::."'(Hi a. m southward to the Gulf of Mexico : -i{ : the cooiHH t, .born near. Al-I.t

the loa nes's published facts they would discover: have been( !sent to other I Sun sets __.___._....___.._ 5.33! p.:: m. l Louisville, Ky., 30.26 inches|zany N. Y. Died Nov. 14, 1869.
/ "" : [tnCJ At- A typical group of 100 large corpora- naval bases and after data is received Sloop. rises -------1:OS.a, m. '. and colder weather has respited- t -:-
; ASSOCIATION' ( a decision will be announc- fi Moon. sets _..,.-_____..-_..! 1:38 p. mTomorrows i! throughout the East Gulf andI 1896-Leo Lecqijereux, noted}
., tions in the United States, representing 24 South Atlantic States with heavy i!
<=:A1 i 9.3 !J I' ed. One hundred and fifty men ; ; Tides i I Swis5- uro..n paleontviegjet; of
: major industries, are owned by 4,678,470 will be sent from the scouting I A.M. PII. ',i' frost: this morning in extreme*Cylumbu, Ohio, authority on
S1BSCRIPTIuRATE"': fleet to the base selected for ....__ _. _._.. 4.40 :5.1G>> northwestern Florida. Warmer coal formations of bornI
Tear ...___._..___ _. .' U persons whose holdings average only 76 : High m ; j country
un.Rtx Months-..._-- .. :; LIB::: terthing i the planes.l I' Low .___..__........._10 52 11:33 | weather prevails in the West GulfI t'in I _Sw lz *. i .. Difd( Qft. 25,
Sara Month__ .. .ss I shares of preferred and- 118 shares of common i Barometer S a. m. today: I nd Plains States except North;1889., '- I.
weekly Jne MonTh_ -. .%) stock per person, according to a. recent Thompson has been Sea level, 30.91.WEATflEk i Dakota, with temperatures! above '.
chosen president of the Overseas' l lthe,I seasopaf average.i j 1810-\sa Gray, Harvard's
.ADTERTlSI."fG RATESMade survey. .
. known on application. Finance Company. This was an- FORECASTTill i 1 ,fesor of luI -
I In 29 of these companies share owners Officer in Charge fagged. prf napral|
i nounced last' night. Other officers i tOry; IJi'oig, .\ n rks"greate!t
,, All resting notices;, cards of thanks, resolutions of have total average moldings of 100 shares of the company chosen' are: ( 8 p. m., Tuesday) I........................ i botanists, born in Oneida Co- N.
re'-r*ot. bbltuary notices jtt. will >e charged_for at 1 or l lets, and in only 19,of the companies dp Captain Clark D.. Stearns first I Key West and! Vicinity: Fan: i) Y. Died in Cambridge: lass.,
the rate of Tor 10 entertainment cents a by: churches from which II shareholders; own more than an average of vice second president; Andrew J. Page i and continued cool tonight; Tucs- ( Today's Horoscope I'Jan. 30, 1884.1328Jeha.
president Austin T.
a revenue Is to T<* derived are 5 cent a line.The vice ; i ... .. ... ...... ..
Citizen Is an open forum and Invites Cisccsch.n 2QP shares apiece. Drew, secretary and treasurer; I .a e. S !' .,I T J. Creswell,
of public Issues and subjects of local or general
communi The American Telephone and Telegraph John Cromer general manager. The person torn this day has a "I
Interest but it will not publish' anonymous 1 :| Maryland lawyer, coggrattynn,
cations. Company alone has tP'ore 'than,450- i highly emotional temperament.; senator and postmaster.general,
Editorial and
comment: The number I an adventurous spirit. The tom
:.t. Pert Dt'OsK.d.: Diedat
OQO stockholders, none of whom owns. as. of new enterprises reportedin e nature may become somewhat
Ikiaft, Md, Tttf. lid '891.
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEYEST much as one per cent of the total stock of Key West last week shows that of avaricious and rrcning quick to .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN, conditions are getting. better all I per ive anything that will accru
the company. the time. ,I I to its own advantage but slow to 1832-Adolf Erik N.rdensktold. -
Commencing on these and other _____ I adapt itself to social habits of Swedish explorer, .*.... Dted
Mrs. V. A. Rutherford district ufe. Seek to avoid selfishness Aug. 12, 1901,
1.Wa cr and Sewerage: : figures!? of similar import, the Detroit Free : ; :
secretary of the ,Miami\ District M1r end contention so that frieu'dsmay .
2.. Bridges' to. complete. Road. to Main-," Press asserts that the extent to which' the Women's Missionary Societies, I not be alienated. 1! 1834-Henry Le* Higginson
land. ownership of the great industrial corpora* announces there will be ., Fair aid: Warmer Continued.
a group I| Tomorrow Cool Tonight 1 Unicp solder, Voftpp backer,
Free tions in this. country is diffused among conference of three Methodist r I Subscribe to The dtaen-20c,. c.: patron of music, born in New
S millions of thrifty citizens i is never stressed churches tomorrow, in the,, First Even though he is i contc"Uiii\ I( day fair and somewhat! warmer; weekly York City. Died Nov. 15, 1919.
I 4. Hotels and Apararons.. Methodist church beginning at 10'' only halt of the road.-the piiiitfic !moderate! ; north and northeast
by those who seek to make! political capi-: o'clock.: Mrs Rutherford and half the Middle-.o-thft-Kv-i( .4 ,\*inds. '
5. Bathing Pavilion. tal out of piling taxes and surtaxes upon Mrs. T. S. Davenport arrived Robber is one of the'Ivghu:t\'$ I Florida: Fair, possibly' : light '
6. Airport"-Land and Sea. "soulless corporations," and adds: here yesterday. The heads of the,. most unpopular-and daii <,ruu? frost in! l low places in extremenorthwes I WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
missionary district will be assist- '" Tu_
portion tonight;
ConsoMation cf and ,
7. Governments.SIDELIGHTS. County City "Stock companies cannot be djvorcel ed by Mrs. A. H. Mclnnis and -users.By driving dqwq the cener| T( I 1-y; fair somewhatvarmer.' I I Local.- Committee for. Key West
I for-tax purposes from their stockholders, Miss Lottie Green of Wesley the road he takes sonietiimg that Jacksonville to Florida Straits
., House. Moderate northerly winds becom- Date ....._.
doesn't him. .r. -- -
who are for the most part persons of mod- belong tp :

erate means. The taxes levied-i on 'such- Arrangements have been com- The good driver has t\a\ ( (of- t tonight ing northeast and Tuesday.and fair weathei! TO THE EDITOR:
I It the Golden Rule .
gotten and ?*.
companies must be paid by the people who pleted for a game of basketball 'it} East Gulf: Moderate north and I' '
t to be played in Key West Decem- the others users oj tlir bivis northeast' ,,winds and partly| overcast i Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
them. .
own ber 28, between the Georgia the same consideration( tUji weather' tonight and; Tues -
of of most beloved and useful
Tech quintet end the Exchange expects of them.Today day. memory one our

., By MARCY B. DARNALL_ AN EXAMPLE? TO THE WORLD Club Basketeers. Immediately after .a.o..S............o.. 'j I citizens, I enclose herewith. my contributio.R of..

Former Editor of The Key Wed CituenIt -- tbe'game the Georgia group WPATIIl:R CONDITIONS I I the Will Rogers Memorial 1
will sail for Havana they In !History i -
Prime Minister\ Mackenzie\ King of will meet Havana University and i I A disturbance ;is central this I'' Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
may be news to many as it was to the Cuban Athletic: Club.\ From morning off the North Atlantic
Canada who has just concluded trade i : others:! from Icy West and will without
a go any
1872-Susan B. reg-
us, to {tarn that one-third of the world's Havana Tech's squadron will sail coast Boston Mass., 29.66 inches
commercial of is in treaty with the United, States !under which' direct to New Orleans to play Tulane ittere', with 15 other women, at and has caused. rains during:': deductions whatsoever. to the National! Fupd tg b.e
output produced
: roses 4
I Rochester, N. Y., to test legalityof .
I a single county in Texas--Smith county- it is hoped, commerce between the neighboring University. women voting: under 14th quarter--mihon- yearly, for which expended, !also! without any deduction: ,.as the Memorial

which grows about 150 'million blooms annually countries will be greatly increased, :Much!\ interest centers in the \rnen!'nient-:irrc .ed and fined. received sovc're-gr.t of stri:, Committee may determine.
i is no stranger to the United States. He basketball game to, be played tonight 5100 which sh3 never paid. Ecrossstbmu; 10 miles wide.
and whose rose festival! recently I
took post-graduate! courses at the University between the Triangles and Name _._.
closed drew an attendance of 50,000 people Exchangeites at tbe' 'Athletic 1874-Natio Woman's Christian 1918-20 German submarines
of Chicago and at Harvard University.
representing 26 states, Canada and Club. The game is schedued to Temperance Union organized surrendered to British.1929Ei'.rthq'rake Address __. ___
Mexico. .' Naturally in the course of years, the get under way 8 o'clock. Raul in Cleveland. .. -. -: _" .."-> __- .. .
relationship between Canada and this Roque.. who will lead the Tri- shook Atlantic N3
angles has not announced< should closer than "
country ever.
grow line-up, but it is believed he will for first t:me-previously. 75 New York City. _, __ ._ h
As was inevitable a New; York saxophone Trade barriers and restrictions should give have a strong quintet to meet' the different kinds cf railroad time t -- -- --
way to the advancement of mutual interests Exchsngeites, who were champions in country. I
player has been haled into court asa by the joint development of both. last year.J. 11111111111.lI.I'I.AfT.I."I .AJr 4'.tf'Af'! ':
result of that city's anti-noise: caIpp igl!. 1903-Panama Canal Treaty, -
The offender is a 15-year-boy who} has There is no reason why the commercial intercourse Fred Scholfield! Birmingham by which U. S. guaranteed Pan-
between? these large countries of Ala., arrived' over the East ama's independence, paid ten d
made life miserable for his neighbors by North America should! not set an example Coast this morning and will tonightbe million dollars ani agreed to pay SPECIALGFFERJ J JMOUNT
practicing four hours a day. The judge in charge of the music at the
took the case under advisement and urged to the world just as their unfortified revival being held in First Metho- operetta "Yanki San" on November -I
boundary lineheralds the possibility of. dist church. His solo tonight 30. Program and cast wjll _
the boy and his neighbors to compromise between adjoining' peoples.KEY will! be ."Roll Bellows Roll," which? be announced later.
on shorter and less objectionable hours for peace I has attracted' attention all. over- ; VERNON IVOir :
his practice. the south. The Gift Shop: which will be I J
WEST REBELLION I operated by Mrs. Olaf Soder-
Albury-Thompson-Albul'7. realtors burr' and Mrs. William II, Mon -
report the sale of the northwest alvataga will l>e opened for business ;T
Among the labors of the Wisconsin I (Miami Herald) corner of Margaret! snd I Saturday morning. November -I ww'
The i of West and the Monroe Southard street to Jenkins Cur: 21 ct 9 o'clock. Those who 1
Key of
l legislature! which} recently ended was the I city county r11 property was owned by I have fancy work to offer for sale -.

passage of a law c'eclanng July 4 as In- i have operated under a benevolent despotism Mrs. Rose Cruz and is con'
dependence, pay for the state's Indians,, as I since July 2, 1934, when the city and county of. one of the finest pieces of real t there befpre the opening.'
ficials threw in the and told Goy. Dave estate in that section. The new !
well their sponge ;
as for paleface brothers. It i jg fl'
I owner proposwfto erect a three-I \Varren P. ?e'I.} architectwith
rot recorded:that the redskins did 'any It Sholtz they could govern themselves! no l longer story modern, concrete: aparfirentbuilding. tjie} JJentz, Rid' and' Adler

sinister lobbying i in behalf of the law or At that time all powers of these officials I comptny of Atlanta frrived horn.t '

that they see sew \r\ it. were surrendered to the governor who was able. -- Tampa this morning Wj.connejl ,
any ?a \ i -
Under the able : direction of tiorj with bids for the constrwe-
to finance the rehabilitation of the city and county J \ .S
j Miss Robertson instructor -of music troll of 'the high school gymnasium -i
!I through funds provided by the Florida Emergency at the high schools I and kindergarten to be 'n1O

It is estimated that there ale; still i i i Relief Administration. Later Julius F. Stone pupils.. will present the Japare, constructed! in. ,Key West. I

about! 346,000 railroad gruJe crossings in state FERA administrator, made Key West the! I --- --

the United: States. The 200 million dollars i scene of novel experiments in social reconstruction. -

allocated from the work Idicf fund for i Money has been spent like water there to CONDENSED STATEMENT OF... CONDITION\ ...., ..... OF,,- :

this purpose will rot gb cry far. The 187 I revive Key West. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
__ . .._ .
.1. -
projects already: approved will cost on an But in spite of all that outlay of cash the OF KEY WEST

average about $75,000 each. At this rate I people of Monroe county have not been free to I

the entire fund! allocated! 'would not eliminate i govern then-selves.! They have watched their affairs as at the close of basinets_ November 1 1s 1935,

one grad'e crossing out of 100. 1 being turned over to "outsiders," men and Comptroller'.Call II I 4i

I women who are not even residents of Flonda.! RESOURCES

I They have squirmed! !! (as who ha!' 't) at some of Loans and Investments $ 304746.10 -
George Ilucrhes. a Confederate te veteran -'; the boondoggling! of the FERA, which has accompanied Overdrafts! __?....--___- 89.14. : < w

of New Rem! !, N. C., i i- the father of a : the more substantial rehabilitation! effortson !i ukinK and!House Fixtures. frurnitujy_! ____ 33,920.76..... ,, .

son born wher: he was 94 years old.! The : the keys. And they have finally rebelled to a I Stock? of thFedera! } Reserve .. .
_.. :_ 4,500.00
j Bank -
fact has been verified by rhjJcians and' a : degree that a formal investigation has been de- Temporary Federal Deposit .'- ,
report of their finding cis published!i !i recently : manded. I Insurance Fund 1,954.01 -

by the Journal of the American The American people are not geared to! die- j United States Obligations Government direct -- .

Medical Afisociation. Tie child, now; a I matter how genial. The FERA has apd fully guaranteed _- I fi.

year old, was born t" Hughes[ \ seconjl : done a fine job and.the people of Key West mightbe ; l' Other Marketable_.. -Bonds$602,788.13?. -

wife who is 28. His first wife, whom ho : expected to swallow their pride and submerge r.and Securities ...:.--- 178,668.49 ; 16-PIECE* *" SET, consisting: of 4 plates! 4.reaISt 4 Cups J!

married in 1872. bore! him 16 children.Nancy their independence as the price of government id.1 ...."':Cash and due from Banks 277,578.38 1,059,035.00 while
-- i But they won't and no 'other! group of Americans I $1,404,245: I 4, auce. s, > they at per set Ufi9 I

a 160-pound orang-utan; m wilL Regardless of the outcome of the pending : LIABILITIES' :;,

the Lincoln park zoo in Chicago recently. investigation! it is only a matter of time until the Capital ....____.____.....- ._...$ IpO.OQOOO I South Flonda Contracting & Engineering Cb.gicz N
gave! birth tp a baby ,weighing only onean' urge: for local l self government will overweigh the SUl'P.lnsapd.Undivided! Profits _----:- 64,207.16 : : .

a half pounds, which died 10 days benefits of federal patronage. Deposits 1 *-*I 1240037.85 R

later from starvation. as she pujd\ not! .$1,404,245.01Member ; s. $- WLilIDzf.!\!!! kAI.tIE -
I .
let anyone! take it from! her. r.rm": to furl it. Correct this sentence: "Yes,, air IfiVt' of Federal. Reserve- System "Yopr home is worthy of the b *fcw. 3

A former baby born to Nancy. hl: t'ye"r met. : : J your order, : at a loss, but then i ia it was ember of Federal, I.s.ra eo Corporation "**"" -

the same fate. 1[ pleasure to help an old customer." ; ..t ,. I .I L : ', &&&&g&&

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SYNOPSIS; a ko jk aww. booilgan hat. Anne wanted tq laugh : .......................
FfrkevrtK ran stare fto.k*.lost teve wafiI kronpk Jortxu'did tin and cry at the same time.Bat. c WILL Bi PLAYED (B/ JOVE:) 1 I. Advertisements under this bead
cirrcmecair" fiat trrveaKky par.e.ts .. .but,yon'see'Aunt Llisa.I -.., Batting averages for players in
.nepleef.kf i*HOC to do lot em eat"*.rferf.Bdoj ptl Blo m Intend to pay board.It Isn't* ."' ON MONDAYS, TUESDAYSAND the Senior Diamondball League, I.will! be I inserted to The, Citizen at

Krcrt.:... rr/H c with Ttcla Sorki "OI course, you do." barked tbe .. THURSDAYSBy including game of November 15 I the rate of le a word for each in-
and key , V.t n 1'-., andeiftttt .. ... -
to team comet Muff front woman, straightening up and' sending -" I and all averages of .300 or morel: I eertyn, but? $, rainimum for the
ant from Terla. who eras /or- the (cone of hair to the opposite --- -. follow:
rterPp ... whet i first insertion in instance is
her r See tcondrr* every
A. +eaV door t T. rashly. ictt* side with a quick slap. "Drat tile I ....... .! !.. I Player and Club AB R. H. Ave.
vkick'.*. lives. thing she snapped and. gougedIt SECOND GAME OF MANY EVENTS IN ( JOVE) Rueda, BB ......._.. 121- 1.000 25e.
to temporary balance with & hairpin ; Doings Around The I There will be a change in the Goehring, Bar-B-Q 524 .800 I Payment fo> enstlfied advertisements -
"Of course you do. but there of played at is Invariably in advance
program games
Chapter 21 Arias, Bar-B-Q ..302 .667
Isn't room for you. Isn't' room. fot IN AQUATIC MEET AT advertiser with
LIISVS!! PLANS me either" CHAMP SERIES :: Golf LinksBy [night on the field at Bayview i B. Roberst B-B-Q 413 .760 j hut accounts regular have their advertise, ledger
[Park. Jones Bar-B-Q .. 9 1 5" .555 may
SLOW am lie touched Anne's "Where would I go r The com- I
A SOFTBALL t : SUB-BASESUNDAY H. Gates LFH .. 2 1 1 .500. nyent charged.
pale lips. At least she could plete hopelessness of the gfrrs voice r i In the future games will be !
make Mllna happy and ease life a caused!. ,Ule'woman tq crane her neck ( GRAVY) played on Monday, Tuesday and Ward BB ......__14 3. 7 ..500 I Advertisers should give their

little for Ted: *. MUna had said the In a nearsighted survey ot the ....., -..... .-..,.-.... ........- ..-.- ... ... | Thursday nights. i, W. Cates LFH' .17 6 8 .470 1 i street address as'well as their desire telephone -
number results -
Alfonso BB ......14 2 6 .428
speaker.: i Funeral ] .
Tonight the Homers
boys might a gflnetter! of their i
TEN, NEEDS If fail
,. to name :
"Bless tax soul And, body... you I Stanley Bar-B-Q 12 2 5 .416 .
own. She. could loan them the I I will meet the Firemen as sehed- i ..
didn' ';think. I was drjvfng you out along in these results, if it gets Ingraham LFH ..15 1 6 .400! With eats classified advertisement
money for It, and Instead of Miina's ONLY ON.S: MORE WIN; THAT WHICH WAS POST. | uled. Tomorrow night the
taking Tecla'-s place In the cannery; did you? Oh. Nikkl.'anj nere I was READ' '" twisted or If it is here' and you i Bar-B-Q boys will tackle the Bakers I II ''Sterling, LFII _.15 5 6 ,(Olr'; The Citizen will give free an
'she could so tQ business college asshe'd thinking; I was about\ make such a GETTING FOR NEW I weren't even on the\ golf course, PONED ON ARMISTICE DAY i II I[ and on Thursday night the' M. Acevedo BB ..10 4 4 .400;; Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for

!dreamed ot doing.. hit with yptTioa' 'ti nev.erKant to SOCIAL LEAGUE don't blame' the column because. DUE TO RAINThe I| Lopez clan will cross bats with Bethel, BB ..._..13 3 5 .384 ,:I it.
'When Anne awakened: the next leave me.. (Child; listen! hqw about, are merely by heresay. I I I| the Dough boys.Wednesday Baker LFII _..__.__13 5 :5 .384

morning the house was BtOL A fresh taking little place'together, hereIn night at the park :. P. Carbondl. F .16 3 6 .3741,' BICYCLES

wind billowed the curtains sunlight Union Town. Now doo't'sPeak." Bob Stowers was.! up to another there will be Community Singing I C. Garcia, F ......14 3 5 .351 j jI
she held up a warning hand 'hear (By JOVE) t of 'ose' City aquatic team won tee II BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
flooded the room. Donning robe one t Georjia.crack- with specialty numbers. 1 Wickers B-B-Q 602 .333
and slippers she opened the door me through tef'Anhe. f ArsL"sb wait, however until The second game of the championship 'tricks yesterday.' 1S-!: played water meet at the sub-base' swimming Friday night, the newly-organ .I IGo s, Bar-B-Q .... 3 0 1 ..333A. Hour, Day or Week. Repair

and.listened!! no sound of voices, or she had cut two willow" saplings and series in the Social Dia- Berlin for the' dinner and Berlin pier yesterday afternoon ized basketball league will playat I, Acwredo, BR 9 2 3 .333 all makes and paint them with
fool She called and will one meal betweennow Kerr LFH ......... Nu-EnameL We carry a full
teps once re stripped them of leaves Then she mondball League will be played get free with a total of 46 points, tbe the High School. Gym. Admission : .18 4 6 .333 for the
relying no answer went down the i supply of parts. Agent
and Christmas which is
some- I -
stabbed a frankfurter each hand- Park will be free. i
on this afternoon at Bayview Army co-nirg in second with 38
Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
ed one to the waiting girl and motioned thing. However, Bob .claims that This program was arranged! s& PITCHERS' RECORD
bg: kitchen was empty. The for her to hold 1t over the, I The Administration ten, winners I next week he is going to bet Berlin and the High School finishir:; a as to give the people a chance to'i Pitehcer W. L.: Ave. And sell them as low M $i.QQ

round table was set for one and before coals. of the second-half' of the something sizeable so, Daddy poor third managing to coll-j-.t I attend, each and every event. i...J Ward ...,.........._.._... 3 0 1.000 I down and $1.00 per week.

the plate tipped' against a.cup. "I know I'm an old crank: she schedule captured the first contest you had better be on the q. t. I only six points, all of which were Remember: ,, J. Walker __.....___m_.. 2 0 1.000' Phone 276.. J. R. Stowers Co.

was a note: began. "Oh yes I am, but rm not played last week from the I scored by Archie Lowe. I I Tonight-Lopez:; vs. Firemen. : A. Lunn ..m.._........... 1 0 1.000 novlStfFOR.

are Nikkl- taking: rm their off to The kids the half as cranky' as I could be If 1 hada Lighthouse outfit, champs? of the Winsome William and Otto The meet, which was continuedfrom Tuesday nlgbt-Bar-B-Q vs :I i IL Castro _..__.m__--_.. 1 1 .500 i, RENT:

draflfe-hu and the f re win pick up. chance. Nikkl. 1 lore every first half. I Kirchheiner took on their old rivsls Armistice Day, drew a large 1'I Bakers. C. Gates ......___m__. 1 2 .333 i i

green Coffee' box on back wltb of red tore roses., bread In the In can't blessed child in that family but you be Should the ,FER A gang come I in' the shape and'size of- Li crowd despite, the fact that a I'I I Wednesday night--Community Rosam ...._-__-_...._...... 0 2 .000 LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -

cooler's some' stew to heat up for expect growing boys to out victorious in the game this rfeitomer and Russell Kerr with cool breeze was sleeping in: over Singing. Tynes __-...._._.._.....___ 0 2 .000' 2 bed room conveniences -
your lunch. Aunt Ulna ears to quiet and you can't'expect them not, i -
take the magazines in. her room. to have company and you can't expect afternoon, they will cinch the the result that Ll 'find Russellwon ; the pier. '' Thursday night-Lopez vs! B. Roberts -. 0 1 .000. porches. 519 Elizabeth
She's coming home early' today. by the neat ,cote of 5 The Dolphins. ivere disqualified Bakers. I ==: I'
Don't bother about the work. them not to tear the roof off series and championship honors. up. i j Street., noylS
Love. Mllna. the house. And after I've had a day However if the Beacon boys defeat William was not playing as tho in the relay race, which' went to' Friday night-Basketball. at the I! OTHER RECORDS
Anne looked' about the' room. The In the cannery with machinery roar- 'them, it will necessitate in he were going to"make another the Army. Ha'rdin, of' the' City I High School Gym. :I Most times at' bat: Kerr; most, FURNISHED APARTMENT -

dishes were unwashed bat neatly Ing 'over my head rd like a little the third and last game being I'I 39 and Otto'was shooting in alI team, crossed a lane'in'front t ", of i runs scored: Cates 6; most hits: Modern conveniences, 628
stacked In the sink. Miina's couch ,quiet. Have some salad." played tomorrow.In neighborhood 112 which is an Army swimmer, to" rob 'toe I DIAMONDBALLGAME i Cates 8; most doubles: Kerr 4; I White street, or call at Gaiti's

was* open; It looked tumbled, as if Anne put some potato salad on preparation for a new Social -: punk score, even for 'a beginner! City outfit of what seemed ;like most triples: Ingraham Sterling.. Barber Shop. nov12
she hadn't slept welL the 'paper plate LUsa had handed u. win for the' judges'1rVr> I I I !I .-
League, six clubs have announced : a sure e- Higgs, Sweeting Barcelo, Gabriel I I -----
Anne went back to !her room, her accepted a brown topped. bun, they will compete in the I The Kemp-Kirschenbaum-Ru diately disqualified the Dolphins.The TONIGHTBy M. Lopez J each; most i! FURNISHED APARTMEXT, with
foupd'an old housedress of Miina's and a stuffed egg. circuit. Play will start Wednesday sell combine were minus then low diving events were home runs: P. Carbonell Baker !!' electric: ice box." 1001 Eaton,
and set about her first housework. "Have you' looked at this house?" afternoon.The i old partner Eddie: Strunk. Johnny cancelled at the last minute when- I Sterling 1 each; most stolen!, phone 879-J. nov9-lmox
This was different from the kitchenof she asked abruptly."No. claims that when he wins nothing the board loose from its
teams are: Administration I I came ( JOVE) bases: M. Acevedo 2; most times APARTMENT
'her old borne where she had confessed Anne."Isn't is ever said but that when he foundation. An exhibition of NICELY FURNISHED -
: Lighthouse, Beacon Juniors, GonI The Lopez Funeral Home dia- struck out: C. Tidal J. Walker
played, at housekeeping under the much but It's livable and : loses everybody knows it. Well, diving was' given by Bt't:- with g rage. Apply 827Du'a1
we could rent It for twenty a month.. zalez Stars, "BlackwelTs Drop _fancy I mondball team ot the Senior Kerr. 4 times each; most bases oct9
amused of the :
eyes servants.An I street.
We'd have to do a' lot of repairing I! In" and the High SchooL i Kirch, why don't you keep the I raise and Powell' from. the. tower League will cross bats with the on balls: Machin, Gabriel, C. Vi-
hour later unable to !find any. inside, but It would. be. worth It In. There are two more teams I score sometime and turn it in or I !!spring/ board. i Firemen outfit in a regular game day. N. Hernandez, Hale. Rued.. FOR SALE
thing else she could do she slipped the long run" I ready to start, it is understood.Any .I else play with Doc Kemp and if I 'Supunary of the meet follows'' :iat I Bayview Park tonight : Baker, 3 each; most sacrifice hits:,
into> an old sweater and went out the I you win we all know; if you lose 1 50-yard dash-;..Johnson, A;' iTYPEWRITINQ PAPER 600
"Don't owners do things like club that wants to join The contest will start promptly Gabriel and W. Cates, 2 each;i
on against the rear'tbe porch hjli. A which steep backed wooden up that?" Anne Inquired meekly, look- league are welcomed to do so. I only you skid friends will know. Dexter' Woods; C; Powell, p. at 7:30 o'clock. players who have hit safely in :!| sheets. 76c. The Amman" Pry
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stairway| led 'to a ramshackle old Ing np at a sagging shutter. 50-yard back, stroke-Smith, Batteries' will be: J. Walker.Jr. every game so far: W. Cates Baker -i j i aug'lI

house above. Anne looked at It a Pete Taylor andhis painlawwere and Gabriel for the Fire lad- Wars) Sterling M. Aceve'd,i iI i,I
moment. It was deserted. There TECLA'S the owner" came the DEAN STARS WON I I taking on Bascom Grooms Mr. W. T. Fripp had a nice morn- I I Alfonso Rued.a A. Acevedo. M.J PERSONAL CARDS-\00 printed.

would! be a eo9d view from there. L.surprising answer but: she's and Ike Russell; with the result i irfg's pleasure. How much I can't I A; Lowe, HS; Dell Woods. C. J Lopez, L. Castro. Jones. It "Wicfc1 '' cards. $1.2i"e.{ Artman.

There was.{ Finding a sheltered never! had money enough to make It GAME PLAYED AT all had a good" time. LeastwaysWith pay. The thing to do is ask i 100-yard dash-Dexter Woods, ;1 ers, B. Roberts and Arias:: I II 'I Press at'1OLIt

sonny corner in the yard she settled habitable and therefore she couldn't 1 I cracking jokes and makingsome them. If the score was good they I:,I C; Hard in. C; Johnson A. I
down and for a while was content 10alt rent it. That brother of mine never of those "explosion" shots will talk for an hour If the !, 400-yard free style-Hardln, dies, and C. Gate and Insrraham PAPERS FUR SA E-Tw ,

'basking l In the sun. looking downon lea: her anything that didn't need NAVY J5ALL FIELD I I score was; bad they 'will' take twp! i C; Powell. C; Johnson A. for the Embalmers.The ':; bundles! fot'S.c. The Cit}>ep pf
Union Town, the wharves with upkeep before It could be made Cookie Mesa took Charlie! Sala : hours tq: explain why.: 'j!i| Underwater swim-Hardin, C; Fire clan :is out for then fice. _octld:
profitable: seven children and two !
their drying ash nets, the red canneries around a bit but once Charlie's i j Dexter Woods C; Jones, A. first win in the second half, and
jutting out into the water. broken down houses bah! ball landed near an electric pole] Next Thursday will, bring the !I 200-yard free style-Ilardin. the Funeral Homers wil{ attemptto SECOND SHEETS 500 for. 50e.
Into tbe white cheeks of Anne PLAY YESTERDAY '
From here she could see how the came a flash of pink and the dark EXECUTED! I and before he had got on to him- usual dinner i match and the pairings -., C; Powell C; Johnson A. ring up number two and take'I The Artman Press. .uarT

two bays Joined the Columbia to eyes sparkled with the first Interest AFTERNOON; FINAL self he absentmindedly climbed,! will! be announced tomorrow I'| 50-yard breast stroke-Dexter the league leadership.

pour their waters into the Pacific they had shown. "Oh that would be halfway up the pole. ] : So Tceep your eye peeled I'' Woods, C} Lowe ItS; Johnson. A. i| A very good game; is expected I 1 PjRINTING-Quality Printing at
ocean marked by the lip of foam at fine. She'd' be getting something out SCORE OF CONTEST i on this column. (And subscribeto I 200-yard relay-Army; City: and a large crowd will be> in attendance the txnfest Prices.}" The Art-

the bar and a line of black rock of the house, and we could be fixingIt I WAS 8 TO 2By Mr. Charles Hogeboom ano] The Citizen.-:-Adv't.) I I team disqualified. i it is said. 1 man Pree.' au(1

fettles Riding gently on the broad up for her all of the time. ._-
expanse were numerous small boats I ,- -- -- .
"If we didn't let her know: It. Interposed --- ---
drifting with the tide, net buoys Liisa. "My dear, there'snothing I .
gleaming red. as Independent as,a Finn. I ( JOVE) I
Anne remembered the last We and The Dean Stars Jefeated San- '
trip on pay our way we pay our -,
tbe Ahtl and how she had told Luke debts but we never accept favors chez's "New' Pines" at the Navy ., : :-

that she felt as though she were we can't return. If you only knew Ball Field yesterday afternoon by .
only then coming home and be bad the trouble I've had making her take the, score of 8 to 2. :... ..
seemed startled. Well perhaps It board from me," The New Pines, a group of .jI '
was to be home, for a while at least. "Then how wailed Anne "will I young players were a little ner-

She looked down on the town. It be able to buy a gilnetter for the vous in playing their more experienced

seemed rheltered from the rest of boys?" rivals and therefore! I
the world. Tbe hill behind her -A what"The cone of hair popped they did not show they true powe -
thrust two arms towards the water forward at Liisa's,surprise. "Whata .1

holding It between them. Tbe gift from heaven that would be for However, they were able to execute ,
thought of ever having to leave it: the whole family Kikki. Bat they'd a triple play and tWQ double t
to those barriers never take it. unless"
pass protecting '
I plays tvhicl is not bad at alL
"Unless, what?
a rqsb of fear.
"Unless yon could get John to talk I Q. Mclntosh, hjt three singles!
!j: end triple in five time at bat..
"T IKKI! Oh XikkU"! A strident l them Into It.- I nes&
voice which could beloug'to _no John Did even Uisaindependent i,': V.: Dean connected for two safeties !'!-
business that she in two trips to the plate. C. '
one but Ltisa !sounded from below woman was,depend
Anne stood upon him!' Apd where was'he?Had Hernandez hit a double and a
rough board up fence and bich looked bound oyer the the he been successful In her mission? I' single in four tries 't

deserted garden to Its hillside! Uisa &gave her no time tot coaJec F. Tynes played a good came! !! I ;; :i op3etter] Taste!
"I'm up here" she answ reci. tare: a quick' glimpse at, the shadowed in the field. He was the player
"So will I be ins rainuig.! came face and she was on'her feet !,I obo started the triple play. With'

the tart rejoiner.and a moment later with a brisk "come: 01&J: the bases foil he ran in to fchprtj I :'

l.iisa hove in sight arms, burdened They rounded the western'face.of 1:i j tef"nd.caji: : : Texst: Leauircr : ,.' ,r, +
with waxed paper packages! coffeepot the house went up the slanting j I off B.' Butters! tat. He then .

tin. cups d>n;llng from a shelf-like yard to the front entrance, threw to short and.trapped Suarez J
which opened onto; a,dirt! road, the J
crooked little !
finger.NMce off second. C. Garcia threw to
highest on the :bUIside.! The! door I I II I II :>
here: she observed as she I firs before Inchaustigui could Ret
topped the sit was locked,but a broken window was ;
steps'"Picnic, down. :
Anne sat. LIsa! gathered few readily unlatched and they climbed |I I I back' to that base.
a f I 0. McIntosh and Butler also '
tbe a -C
through to ,
rocks, few Interior
a twigs and took a cover ;
Anne looked about her dismay ; played a great game. I.
from one bag then after starting a la j j 1 I I.I
little fire over which she balanced Five, small box-like rooms with'pla Score' by innings!. : R. H.. E.New ',' ,

the coffee pot. she turned to the girl. er sagging. wall) paper peeling i i *ines-- ,
walls 001 000 100 2 5 7
lon know of course that you from the wainscoting scarred I. -
can't stay on at Tecla's: there isn'troopt. with rough nsage. I I"Xikki i Dean Stars-- Lr (
." see. we could knock the !( 121 100 12x-8 12 5't tI A \ii \ -
Anne Just bad been telling herself partition! out between these two I I Batteries: Sanchez ahd M. Esqupaldo -
the same thing but bearing it from rooms. That would give us one,long J ; Hannah and Buter.Subscribe .
another came as a shock. She lookedat living; room with two three, five ,

Liisa. She bad bent over to tendto dows. 11'111-1 to. The Citizen! -20?j jweekly. I
the fire and the queer conical I(,' 1If'IgAl. tit. fry Jeannt J I .}
shaped pile of hair she
wore on top a ti
of her head slanted side-wise like a Judge Anne Ketlojg.has word">, tomorrow,.front 1 1, .. BENJAMIN "LOPEZFUNERAl -. y
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..e s............e..sToday's rheati 7 born in*' Hungary. 36, Sero.r Key We.l" ,

Birthdays years'., agA. I I 24 Hoar Half Ambalanee Center t Servie t .'t- I n h::: :: .. %' 4 '

.. ..... Licensed Embaimer P :
.cS..1'i Harry SL Len.erg, directorof i Phone 1)5' 'NJffct: 696-\\ '- I ( \ ( -of"i
Dorothy Dix (Elizabeth' M. Gil- the New York Public Library:I I. : I

mer), of New Orleans, famed bora at Ds xtonf Ohio, 61 years' a
writ born in : *- -a ?: rtti 't"4 sj
new;:taker r, Mont pro. -t
poiu'jy: C:>., Te!,n. 65; years ago. i i ,I. KEY WESTCOLONIAL
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t land. Governor of'Canada's Hud- r s.
Amelia Galli-C rci, prima don- ; .
con's Bay Company, born 48 In the Center. of the! Business
na, porn in Italy, 46. years ago.. I District .
II years ago.Jacques. and Theater
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James II. n.-nd, Jr., of New ] Haritain, famed First Clm-Fireproof .

York, president of Remington French philpsojjlier! born 53 Sensible s Rats,
Rand, born at North Tumawanda, years ago.Ground. .
::. Y., 49 years: tgo.: I COFFEE,.r SHOP NOW 'OPEI '+ 301ls
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Eugene Ormandy, conductorof states are.potent,carriers t deadly Pepsis Pn0 ;.;- : ;;- '"
the ,1linnt'a;olis Symphony Or- plague germs. "*"", ;l. .lit cart atma ToaeccQ CQ,, ':il"


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...................... ...........5.............. APPRECIATIONI .

Republicans' Sun
desire to thank friends
SOCIETY m THE corxxT jmoK-s COVRT.HI .. my
:x: :-: .... '"MoritSpodipr--- CONVENT HALLConvent Must Shine In East' FLORIDA.In : AM) FOR. MONROE COOT1: ,for the fine given me doI inTuesday's

................................................. ., .' ,. (Continued from Page One) I RICHARD re: The Estate PEACON.of- appreciate the confidence Especially shown
I High School Sodal- Deceased.NOTICE by again electing me election
School Parent- Teacher even though the Democrats by no_ OF APPLICATION FORt
Harris : ; i ity will put on an ApologeticallContest means concede it. But 115 more' FINAL- DISCARGE. commissioner. I shall ever strive
NORMAN 1rICTOR I in St. Cecilia's Hall Convent are needed to elect. { Notice Is hereby given that the to render an efficient and faithful *
Conducts undersigned administrator cam tes-'
Association Meeting FOSTER DORY of Mary Immaculate this The next step in Republican tamento anneso., de boms non, will!i service in the future as in the
--- evening at 8 o'clock. calculations usually is to list as on the to 2nd the day Honorable of April Hugh 1)34 Guns present past to the end that not one voter

The Harris School P.-T. A. met I netted with the Division Street The speakers will be: the best possibilities the follow- County. Judge In and for Monroe> will ever have reason to regret
with Mrs. Elizabeth Vilna Alfonso, Anna Louise Count, Florida, a final report in-casting a ballot for me. Thank
ing Ohio which
last Wednesday School groyp. : recently turned the above estate; all vouchers, and'will
Singleton president presid Castillo, Mary June Crusoe Margaret out a number of Democratic ask for the approval of same';' you. friends one and all.
There were 115 members present Dion, Dora Medina Dinorah and for a final. discharge
by I as novlS-lt IRA F. ALBURY.
An address was given mayors. Michigan which reelected I
ing. The roll was called<< and the lickerson, Theresa Sullivan. Celia tnlnistrator. as aforesaid in the
Rev. E. R. Evans of the Congregational t a Republican senator in tate of Richard Peacon. ad-I I
Church which was very room receiving the largest per- y I 1Flornue Vargas, May Whalton. the 1932 Democratic landslide.1 Dated at Key West. FVorida,
Mrs. Hud- The members of the faculty and JOlh day of September A.1>-i)3s. I II 1 I Subscribe to The Citizen.
was Magdeline
centage ,
much appreciated.There I Illinois, where Republican downstate -, T. E. J. RO1 ERTS.
a reading by Mrs. i dleston.1 anti the two rooms haying the student body of the Convent strength is traditional. Kan-4 I Administrator as aforesaid I I
; sepal .'
extend cordial invitation to all ; ocnuuno.4111I1
Alice Curry. The Woman's Club'* the: largest attendance of a sas, which has a Republican gov-, SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
donation of $10 to be spent for mothers was George Carey's and those who may le interested.APPRECIATION I ernor. California normally heavily MONROE THEATEP j won-

milk and sandwiches for the'chill i i Miss Leota Grillion. Republican and now witnessinga i WAVES
dren was acknowledged t I i )Its. W. P. Kemp, Mrs. Emma II Democratic split."Jaeks..vlne' Edward Arnold-Jean Arthur rwo Permanent

Regret was expressed at losing Albury and Mrs. Maude Roberts Rue ,rs : The writer wishes to : -inDIAMOND- for gg.QQ

one of the members, who has.'were appointed a committee to .cstablithui his appreciation for the express nice ........ ....... I JIM Better Waves, $5.00 and
moved to another part Mrs. of Gerald the;I'order ceiving pennants the largest for percentages the rooms re-in stage faJnt l, [vote given him at the polls on I I THE SEMINOLE I II i Matinee. : Balcony, lOc; Orches 'i MRS. MILLER

city this being by qu a'y Tuesday November 12. As I was, tra, 1S-20c Night: 15-25c L 407 South Street Phone 574-.
Adams who will in future be con-[attendance. Inotcorl I I.
Dutur'e 1 not victorious, I still appreciateyour I -. ---
a4tIeJS.ff. sincere efforts to elect me.'
a 0II. I
At cf'Sawjof-tht. Very truly yours
ParentTeacherAssn. 'Wiener Roast novl8-lt ROY L. McKILLIP.
'. VS1
a.asd Victor
To Meet South Beach Joru HUfraLrufatid 1.a.bunch almtd at V\'*\111-\\ wars r. > **'/-, y j1l
I I I _
Nornuui Feftui ivhr vms otdfbr60 JU'/A .'V J.I RE'S RELIEF

_ There will be a meeting of Association the 1 I i j Members of the Boys' Fellow- seconds.Norman roused a. return bout! v _- ff\ I (JLfrL J oreIrritated Skin I 6!, 1 f _, III i, .
High School Parent-Teacher ship Club, recently organized by
:t i __ Wherever it is-however broken the rsJaekNavfll. hlri
held tomorrow afternoon -I Equity Lodge 70, Independent Order ; apply soothing t
beginning at 3:15: o'clock in!I dMnigud.Vu'itors thought .. FIrl aCItAS.
the school auditorium. j I I! Odd Fellows, and sponsored Columbia Studui had Lured uilb a., J\ L ". ;, Res l B. "Kl.tER.: Mmaa-er
rendered the lodge will enjoy a wiener ma .hcurtl R,. T were ontu .4 f A human home-like institution
A program will be I Eby' p where yon will find roar ............ 1
during the afternoon which will roast on South Beach tonight. tht savarz Auk uRd by FnncJi pnsm&K \ .....C.r. a.d e.tertalai e.t a mat
be made up of several numbers.Two .,!! Boys are to meet on the lawn which consists of kLolusiq tit[ tntmu wldu'r' \\1IIliItIIIJI//// ter of great Importance.A .
of the outstanding numbers:''of the First Baptist Church on tlnjL chin with a. fuavif(rmt\ \ steel fireproof-....tllalr located ITS PURER!

will be a comedy sketch entitled Eaton 'street at 7:15 from where .. SPEND / la the heart of the cityEvery LASTS LONGER! 1
musi- transportation will be provided to -- ; -o-- ) C't
"Don't Tell A Soul and a ,' Room with Combination Tub #
cal selection by Will and Charles,the beach. After the evening's CENTENNIAL OF YOUR and Shower Bath. Radio. Electri i
I will STATION Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer ICE REFRIGERATORS
j I entertainment transportation SERVICE
Roberts.A I I.Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
request is made for a large be in readiness to bring the members ANDREW CARNEGIE VACATION[] Mattresses of Inner Spring Con
attendance at this meeting. back to the city. OPENSTHURSDAYKey ,traction and Individual ReadIng w I Made of all metal-equip ,
I'I (Continued .from Page One) ; THIS YEAR IN : I Lamps. RATES r 1 ped with WATER COOLERS

22, and special arrangements are characters; a letter from the late SlBfH
Junior Clab To I FLORIEAary'cur 74 n__ Private Bath .:ZOS 1 Economical
II being made in connection with the King of Kings, Menelik Second of West's first SuperServiceStation ReB. Private Bath *M 1I I e t : They're
Meet On FridayThe I program. Ethiopia. It reads as follows: will open Thursday. No- 4* !(__.. Private Ilath 30M 1r -
nEALm! _.. r 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
24 R Private Bath S-M
vember 21, at the corner of White
Hostesses this week are to be: "He who has conquered tha 1 !.Sample ROOM. Private Bath 4..,%
Junior Womans Club of. Miss Anne Kennedy, Miss Louise Lion of the Tribe of Judah. Mene- and Fleming streets. The station $ \ !SLIGHT 1REA FOR DOl'BIB 1 Satisfaction i iii
Key West is to enjoy another social -' Ketchum. and Mrs. William Nor- lik II, King of Kings, Emperor of I,was built by Raymond Curry for ,/ tn1111llJlut \ OCCUPANCYSTEAMSHIP '
meeting Friday November man. Ethiopia. I Paul's Tire Shop and is one of -- ..-- ii J" Priced at
"To Mr. Andrew Carnegie: the finest and best equipped in
"Peace be with I,the south. 30 35
I........................ spending a vacation with relativesin : "Mr. Ellis has kindly you. told me : Special attractions have been Co. '. and

PERSONAL MENTION the state was a returning pas- of your nobleness and generosityto I I planned for the grand opening P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST
senger on the morning plane yes all people, and of your gift to I and will be announced through the MAIL ROUTES FOR

........................ terday. the: African Americans of the I i I columns of this paper on Wednes- fl-ii; FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
United States and your-aid to1 day. MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES t1
,John Sands arrived on the Cuba, The Gilyak people of Sakhalin them in gaining a higher sphere -- ICE CO.
this. morning from Tampa after formerly worshipped the bear. : of civilization knowledge, virtue I 1- Beware Coughsfrom Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursdays.! ); INC.Phone .

visiting with relatives.J. and morality, and educating them, Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and I {i El

The American continent has on higher planes of and coldsThat Fridays. No. 8
arrived this
M. Villareal common
which I greatly interested in
am ,
expanded in breadth about 40 feet Leave West Miami 10:00 P. M.
Cuba for Wednesday
morning on the Steamship Key
and thankful, and may God give
in the last nine
for a stay with relatives. years. you power and strength to fulfill) Hang On Sale of ticket for Havaaa will top at 8:00 A. M.

all your good wishes. For further information call Phone 71
Sheriff K. O. Thompson who 4 "Peace be with you. Done in you No nave matter tried how for your many cough medicines chest: J. H. COSTAR AcenU I iru'u.' Jim '
left last Wednesday for Miami to', Addis Ababa Nov. 17, 1893." I cold or bronchial irritation you can ---
deliver to state officials Juan del get relief now with Creomulsion. .
Pino, sentenced to serve 40 years,, CHRISTMASGOODS CARD OF THANKS Serious trouble may be brewing and ---- -- ---
I I you cannot afford to take a chance --
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in for killing Peter -
penitentiary with anything less than Creomul-
Fernandez returned by plane yesterday -j Our sincere thanks is tenderedto sion which goes right to the seat
j our tri: riends! and;neighbors for I' of the .trouble to aid nature to -.
their kind assistancedu"ring.. the ,soothe and heal the inflamed membranes -
s as the germ-laden phlegm
J. B. Sullivan who left last recent illness and death of our I Is loosened and expelled.
Friday for a business visit to beloved one, James Russell. We Even If other remedies have FIRMS1
NOW ON DISPLAY! also. to failed your
Tampa, was a returning passen- wish express our appreciation -< druggist is authorized to guarantee
ger on the Cuba this morning. I to those 'to ho gave the use of Creomulsion and to refund your
TOYS BICYCLES their cars; the donors of the beau-I money if you are not satisfied with

Owen Ilinde was a returning VELOCIPEDES tifal floral-offerings cards and Get results Creomulsion from: : the right very now.first (bottle.Adv Who\ Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
passenger this morning on the expressions of sympathy. \V' as- -- --- t
Cuba after a stay of several weeks COASTERS A sure one''and all that their kind-I "
with relatives in Tampa. "" neSs will never be forgotten. PALACEJohn
I Boles-Jean Muir in
.Mrs.:\ D. A. Printz and family: FAMILY. novl8-ltx ORCHIDS TO YOU Star American Coffee
arrived from Tampa this morning' 'l'I Wiley Post-Ralph Bellamy in JOHN C. PARK ROSES 1FT'Si.
and will spend the winter in Key GOODS Radio waves are reflected from AIR HAWKS Has a taste and aroma that

West. _, layers of ionized air high in the only found in food coffee
o 1 1 Matinee: 10-15c Night: 15-25c FLORAL PIECES A
scientists CASH GROCERY
say. 328 SIMONTON ST. and you can be sure that it'sfre
Edwin Trevor, operator of a' Use Our Lay-Away Plan ---.- o because it'* blended in SPECIALTY
laundry at Little River, Fla., who
Key. We.t. 1101 Division Street
$1.00 DOWN will hold
was here for a brief visit with!i i =rII.lIIIIIIIIIIIIIG.I."Make '!\
Mrs. Trevor and the children, and i: Bicycles: Toys, Etc., until PLUMBINGPLUMBDf i I LARGO, Ib 18c; PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
other relatives left by plane for II CHRISTMAS. STAR, Ib 25c;

Miami yesterday-afternoon. I I' 'EASY WEEKLY Your Paperjay! :; ,, a.. .,, ., ,. .c q r V. & S., tt 15c. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

Charles L. Roberts manager of I PAYMENTS : p..UllJrJ.1a1PS!} GroceriesComplete

the Porter-Allen Insurance Com-I Come in now and ar- j &? SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
who was on a business tripto '
pany for CHRISTMAS 512 Greene Street Line Fresh
Miami, returned on the morn-t range You Dividends! ,
ing plane from Miami yesterday.Miss .I DELIVERY. PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits and Vegetables

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Florence Crusoe, who was TI -
J. R. Stowers I
I Prices -
Mothers I Money Saving -
Jewfuh, 2 II... 35c INSURANCE
In treating children's colds, Company THE KEY WEST
don't take I Yellowtail Steak. 2 II... 35 a

chances..usePROVED VICKSVAPoRuB s Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ib*. 25e Office: 319 Duval Street -
Radio HeadquartersOversea Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers
Grouper 2 IL.. 25c '
.: BY".GENERATIONS: : t closely for special savings on your Snapper 2 Ib*. ________ 25e SUNDAY STAR

household necessities. Make your paper pay you Mottos FUn 2 Ib*. 2Se TELEPHONE NO.1Sabsrrlphtll$2
dividends. The most interesting news in the Per Year
is the advertising where .an FRESH SHRIMP "'I"UE- Try Year Maab At
paper you Large Select oysters Key West's Only Sunday -

save many dollars on the family budget by Fresh Crab Meat in Ib can 65c Paper Delmonico Restaurant

Transportation Co. patronizing those merchants who advertise their FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
Business Office Citizen BudweUer Beer ___ IS

OWNED AND OPERATED BY goods. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Course Dinner, _--.

SOc Tae aad 83.
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ped in very package .
merchant who_advertises his prices FUNERAL HOME -

Key West and MiamiNOW charged a customer 20.cenU. for an article that a of

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