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 20, 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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Sections Of
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brock and !! TRIED TODAY
son, and
very large audience ... ;I' in the recent campaign and election :- City Where OperationsAre
Pettingill and son, of Hacketts- ('I whereby he was overwhelm- AT HOMESTEADChief I
Be Brought Up Coming town, N. J., arrived over the high- bled at the City Hall last ingly elected to the mayorship. JURY IN CRIMINAL COURT Carried On
; M. Baker, of the
Month In CapitalBy way yesterday with the intentionof to witness the inauguration I i I I The appeal chief to the executive citizens made for a strong Key West Fire Department is re-I RETURNED VERDICT OF

spending the winter. coopera.1 questing all organizations, fraternal
monies when all of the tion in connection with NOT GUILTY
THIS PART OF LOCAL OR.GANIZAT10N The families :made the trip or otherwise to write to Con Nearly 1400 men were at work
PLUMMER south in cars and toe most and ; elected and other official of ministration of the duties of the rad Van Hyning, Florida ERA
HERBERT TO BE TAKENTO trailers office and promised to put forth II I on WPAj( project here today.
(fly A.-aCe.. Press) completely equipped II I administrator at Jacksonville and
WASHINGTON, Nor. 20. MIAMI, MANAGER ANNOUNCES which have ever been seen in Key new administration were every effort within his power for Governor Dave Sholtz, relative to I Another effort on the part of' From one end of the island to the
the advancement and
West. ed into office. general I the piece of apparatus now being: County Solicitor Allan B. Cleare I'I'i
Scenes reminiscent of the day I prosperity of the city as a whole. i other an interested person couldsee
Practically nothing which a well :II held at Homestead, but which 1' jr., to gain a conviction on a
when Geaeral Johnson famous The old council met first He concluded his remarks by stat i action the WPA
Hugh s ordered home needs is missing I rightfully belongs to Key West,'" generated by
i charge of and continual
ing that he stood for Key West, vagrancy
Blue Eagle was in full flightare from these modern additions to disposed of what few first, last and all the time but, he says. i drunkenness failed today when a II which i* pouring money into Key
i E. M. Smith manager of -.the automobile travel, it is said. Two of these pumps were par-
i iI
in Washington daring finish their nevertheless he said that the jury returned verdict of not West for the betterment of th.
expected These visitors and their equip- were left to up chased by the FERA-: for service! a

the first days. of December.The Key West division of the Amer ment are located at one of the of office,. after which they I stranger always be within shown our gates would i! on the Keys. When after .the i guilty in the case of the state island, it is shown.
l large tourists camps and this afternoon : every courtesy hurricane of September 2, it was'I against Rosalie Rountree. ,
question of what is to be ican Railway Express Company members of the Key West journed sine die. I and consideration, expressing,I decided there would be no more j. Emma Kirkland, who was tried 1 1I The largest number of workers,

done with NRA, if anything. will! today announced the removal to i Garden Club will make a courtesycall hopes fortune that to have it would be our visitorsas good," activity on the bridges project by I yesterday and found not guilty I II of course, were on the sewer project
and present the temporary At this juncture, the new as many the veterans, Key West' was and t defendant in the case todtyare -I
be discussed on a wide front. :Miami\ of the export branch of the possible come to this city and which i* now employing several
,Key Westers with bouquets of I cil and other officials took awarded the apparatus.One [- two of 10 women against I It
On December 4, Secretary Roper' express business. The local office' flowers. places in the council enjoy who the hospitality of its people of the engines was broughtto t whom indictments were filed on crews. They ar. working on
ready to
are :
ever extend
Key West Chief Baker and similar for this of
by charges term
business advisory council :| will be maintained, it is said. I after which Mayor-Elect Harry j a warm welcome to all who, instead "of the second engine be-,criminal court.Members 1 Simonton street, removing street
PROMOTION FOR Galey in by come this I '
was sworn
will meet at the commerce depart. I With no railroad ferry business way. ing brought here it was taken to of the jury were: railway track, and on Emma
| Aquilino Lopez, who was City Attorney Arthur Gomez Homestead where it has remained.In .,, John C. Lord, Paul W. Roberts,'
ment. Five days later Major transferred to Port Everglades I gave a lengthy address, and cover I the street digging ditches for the col.
of the Charles
HERNANDEZATTACHE upon to perform this & chief is IIi S. Lowe, J. S. Dongo,
George L. Berry's council of industrial and the Steamship Florida Following this, City Clerk ed various subjects dealing with I i letter from Mr. Van Hyning which'John L. Ogden and Milton A. lector systems.
taken off the :Miami-Key West Key West, and referred to the sets forth that the apparatus is to I j Baker.
expected to at. lace Pinder took the oath of that E. district WPA director -
progress many improvements are now t I w Gilfond
be turned io At
it becomes said over Chief Baker for the conclusion of the case
run, necessary OF MARINE HOSPITAL -, fice. i being carried on in the city especially I the gave one Ut extension
tract upwards of 3,000 labor and Key West department by De- Judge J. Vining Harris announceda
Manager Smith, to transfer the LEAVES FOR : Chief of Police Ivan 111 the sewerage system. Mr. cember 1.However. I formal recess until 10 o'clock foreporting to work on the i.iil.:
industrial leaders will be launched center of activity of the companyin I 'Captain of Night Police Gomez said that he had high hopes I Chief Baker feels. tomorrow. Wf.v* have been pouted. Card-!

in an effort to determine if this section to :Miami. I PITTSBURGHUnfailing Camero, Treasurer William that funds would be appropriatedfor I.that a determined effort is being Considering that two of these an >;. ng sent to those men who'
The Citizen was told today by! 'Archer Tax the construction of the high I i:made by the interests in Home( vagrancy cases have been tried haveat reported to the caJ1-!
something akin to the old NRA }SanA Police way bridges and said that he was stead to retain the machine and both posted on the bulletin board at
:Mr. Smith that Emory Pratt : B. Pinder, in defendants acquittedThe
can be fo..d.About I courtesy, strict at- Thomas S. Caro Election i very optimistic over the future that city and feels that a con- Citizen asked County Solicitor the brick garage.
1 and Rafael Solano, jn, thoroughly tention to his duties determination missioners Ira F. Albury prospects for Key West despitethe certed request on the part of organizations I Cleare if he would call the I The cards are being M nt
the same time members] competent assistants familiar with for advancement and an unquenchable -I min C. Roberts and John A. existing conditions of today. and interested bodiesin other eight defendants for trial through
of the and means committee the export branch, will leave to-: Other Addresses t minate any excuse a called workman -
ways I
desire for knowledge lins, City Health Officer Dr. Key West may aid in securing I and was told that a decision on
the house and the finance morrow morning on the Ferry, I Others making addresses duringthe I this the may have for not reporting.::
of I earned for Claude Hernandez of liam R. Warren City at once much needed acquisition matter would be made later.
committee of the senate will'Parrott for Port Everglades en the Marine hospital in Key West Arthur II. Gomez. Auditor evening were: Willard M.I. to the locrl fire fighting insofar as "not seeing the can"I'
tackle the task of whether route to Miami. 1 Albury Sam B. Finder Edward machines. concerned it was pointed out.
deciding promotion to the position of lard M. Albury Sanitary I t I
what remains of the recovery!: Much of the equipment of the! junior administrative assistant. Thos. E. Roberts, and I, Albertus, W. T. Archer Dr. William i 11 TWELVE ARRIVEABOARD. Saturday is the deadline an t
administration with its 2,300 em- company's office has been sent to Mr. Hernandez was employedfor of Registration E. C. Gomez R. Warren, Sam Hart, T. S. anyone who has been called. ant!
ployes Is to be allowed to remain!, Miami and the restis, to be taken eight years in the local jaxti- also WOl1in.. Caro Leo H. Warren. C. C. Symonette.JoeCabreraRalp6.B. -I REV. PHILLIPS I PLANE has not reported to work by that.
or fade_ away, completely nextMarch. by the ferry; tomorrow.. tution and during that time most The next inducted into Finder day: untaM.b..h*ed i rea or.
: of which was'as stenographer, he 'the councilmen who took Thos. E. Roberts, and each 4 RETURNS HOME "- such as illness!, will be droppr I
Major Berr,.'* CIP I PAUL'S TIRE SHOP \gained the 'approbation of surgeons were regular oath which, was member of the new council Dr.i from the rolls here it was lc-
Armando Cobo Frank Delaney Twelve passengers arrived this! clared. Neither direct relief or
I in charge and others of the
Of them all, however, Major ministered by Attorney William A. Freeman Clifford G.i Rev. J. A. Phillips supervisor morning on the plane from Miami any other form of relief will be
staff for excellent
Berry's CIP promises to attract OPENS TOMORROW I ifications.his many qual- who acted in this Hicks, Marcos Mesa Sr., Jim Rob-'!| of Latin Missions in: Florida, who and twelve others have booked given out.MEXICO.
the greatest attention. The for Recently there was a chance throughout the entire erts and Frank O. Roberts. ]I' was in Key West several days passage for the outbound trip

mer NRA official, head of thepressmen's i for promotion and, having passed ings.The The following are the different looking over the field and Sunday this afternoon. AND U. S.
union and now co- INNEWQUARTERSNEW the examniation he was offeredthe I councilmen are: Jim [committee appointments: j I I held serveies at El Salvador Arrivals this morning were:
ordinator for industrial cooperation I erts, Dr. Armando Cobo Finance: Freeman chairman ( church left yesterday for head Mabel G. Shver. Henry:D. Archer UNITED FOR WAR
position of junior j ;
by presidential appointment, i assistant in the United Delaney Clifford G. Hicks, Hicks Delaney. quarters in Tampa. I George W. 'GjbbV!, Joseph ON INSECT PESTS
has everyone mystified as to ESTABLISHMENT TO BE States Public Health Service hos- O. Roberts, William A. Fire: Mesa chairman; F. O. While in Key West Rev. Phil- t i Kemp, Rogelio Vatd&;,' Tom H. I v ;.
what actually is going on. The pital at Pittsburgh and with Mrs. and Marcos MesaSr.Jim Roberts Cobo. lips visited a number of families. I Farmer .Meyer Schwartz.: ; A. :(R7 .:..,.ceoi Press.
story is told in some quarters SITUATED IN IDEAL LOCATION Hernandez, left yesterday on the I II Roberts PresidentJim him'I Budget: Hicks, chairman; Delaney lie was the guest of Rev. Shuler I Maitland Adams, Joe Soyaro HARBINGER, Tea, No\ 20 -
that Berry after NRA was invalidated Roberts was of Methodist Garrooo. *. George Davis
WHITE AND FLEMING Cuba en route to his post in the Freeman. Peele Fleming Street George .The U'nited'Sta\es and Mexico ax-.
court, I
by the supreme : temporary chairman and church. and Thomas R Matthews
I Pennsylvania city.REPORTS Sanitary: Cobo chairman; F. I joining in a more intensive war
appealed to President Roosevelt] STREETS I opening the meeting was O. Roberts Mesa. _.. against insect pests common to
to let him try his hand at revivingit. mously elected president of Tax adjustment: Delaney, chair both countries as a result of the
Since there was little to do LOSS council with William A.
after the disintegration of NRA elected man; Hicks Freeman. INDICATED THAT MANY WILL TAKE I first international plant quarantine -
Announcement of the opening unanimously Ordinance: F. O. Roberts, chair conference held here.
and Berry was willing to serve tomorrow of Paul's Tire Shop in I OF TIME PIECE protem. man; Mesa, Cobo. Eradication of the Mexican

the government. the President without let compensation him have its new home is made today by registration E. C. Gomez supervisor re-elected f I Greens: Cobo chairman; Hicks OPPORTUNITY TO RIDE BIG PLANE fruit fly which sometimes infests",
orchards the Grandyvalley.
the owner, Raymond G. Curry.It r Freeman. of Lower Rio
his way. this position on roll call of I and of the boll
marks a new achievement for I Printing: Mesa chairman; F. pink worm
The meeting of CIP on December 'Key West as this is the first su- LIEUTENANT BAINBRIDGE AT council. There were three O. Roberts Delaney. Early reservations indicate that I officials have announced that were the chief topics discussed.P. i.
9 is to be conducted in high applicants for this position I I I ,[.ibse.will be no increase in A. Hoidale of
per-service station to be rt'ctedin LOSS TO ACCOUNT FORM I Police: F. O. Roberts chair ,, pas- Harhngen in
Westers will take advantage -
ly practical fashion. There will rie Hatfrick. Harry L. mar Key '
enPe ,-
this city. The new- man; Delaney Mesa. I fates. charge of the Mexican fruit fl-
be a general gathering in the embodies the finest fcirt Buildingf' "ITS DISAPPEARANCE and Clifford Watkins I I I Building: Hicks, chairman; of tL. opportunity to ride, ,,,The,Clipper coming in Sunday quarantine in the valley, preside i
morning with no speeches. Then ..... .., Attorney Arthur Gomez and over the Dr. Alforr.r,
the country's best and 'represents I Cobo Freeman. \\O!, Similar in design capacity meeting.
there will be a break-up of those Mr. Curry's idea of what a Teal unanimously elected as city Cit '.. Roster I in the Clipper ship of Pan. American (o, that which CoL Charles A. Dampf, entomologist with the

present into industrial groups service station should be in'giving, "Lieutenant W. II. I torney, while Dr. William R. The' following are the officers Airwa'y, Inc. whichit ini Lindbergh noted flier, piloted to Mexican government; prof. l.eo-
each group choosing an employer the last word in service and 'teiet1-, .f tie United States Bambridge'l ren was chosen as city health that will serve the new : ..t\ inaugurate the larger ships in the poldo de la Barreda chief of the

representative and a labor representative chandise to the -public.Paut's Geodetic Survey is at a loss tOj=I I| ficer by a unanimous tration: adminiS--:1 auguratingtig, Sunday. ., increased,J .4passengerr Central and South American department of plant protection of
to offer whatever Tire Shop is now I locatJ- teVu'rit' for the disappearance of j;I f Osgood Kemp was selected Mayor Harry C. Galey. service service of Pan American Airways, the ministry of agriculture; Ing.
viewpoint it can agree upon. A ed at Fleming and White streets! one of the watches issued to officials greens keeper at the golf City Clerk Wallace Pinder. and mall of Inc., some four :years ago. Octavio Gomez del Campo chief
meeting of the council of these I Irt'preSt'ntativesthe Thos. E. Roberta. was renamed A list is of the pink boll eradication
a corner that for years has been by the service. I Chief of Police Ivan Elwood. Miami-Key West\ Airways, Inc. large of passengers worm
CIP will sanitary officer, and Willard to be included the work in Mexico E. R. Sasscer, in
drab in appearance but now has Several days ago Lieutenant Captain of Police Alberto Ca- expected on ;
then be had to try to decide on a been transformed into one of the Bainbridge left his office and the Albury was re-elected city mero. Equipped with four motors, the passenger sheet for the flight charge of foreign plant quaran-

course of action. brightest spots' in the city by this watch in its accustomed place on tor.The I 1!:! Treasurer William T. Archer. Clipper can carry a load of 34 from Miami to Key West. tine work for the U. S. department
Stab In The Dark rapidly growing auto service con the desk. He was gone but a the mayor's appointments I II Tax Collector-Assessor Sam B. passengers in addition to mail Many Key Welters probablywill of agriculture; Dr. A. r.
CIP might decide to ask eon-j short time and upon his return police department were I Pinder. I be at the landing barge Sun- Baker. U. S. entomologist mak'ne
j and She will arrive here
gress for legislation continuing I cern."I was encouraged to build the found only the space where the I{follows: : Police Justice Thomas S. Caro. express. I day morning to see the arrival of studies of the fruit fly near Mexico -
governmental machinery for some} new station as I believe that we watcH was a short time before. Joseph Stickney, jailer; !l Councilmen: Jim RobertA, president I' Sunday morning scheduled arrival the huge ship. For some it will city; and R. E. McDonald San
kind of code making. It might! have reached the turning point Loss of the time piece is not ward Albertus, janitor; ; William A. Freeman [ being the same time as the be their first glimpse of these Antonio, in charge of the pink bolt!
ask for modification of the anti-I| and prosperity for Key West is worry its custodian as much as I Thompson call officer; dent protem; Marcus A. ) prc"i-I Commodores which are used regularly huge ships now flying regularly worm eradication in the United:
trust laws. Or it might decide on just ahead. the fact that it vent and duringhis I R. Rivas traffic officer; !(I Frank O. Roberts I on the Key WestMiamii 1 1i between Miami and a number of. States, were among those in at-
the complete demise of the recovery "It is my belief that when the official stay in Key West thisis men, Joe Kemp sergeant; I Hicks, Frank Delaney and Dr.J i i flight. The Clipper is scheduled I'I' Central and South American tendance.
I 1
fin Arenberg Ulric Gwynn Ito leave at 4 1'. M., and airways counties.
administration.Labor Overseas" Bridges are built there the first time that anything has Armando Cobo.Election :
is interested because will be a need for a complete station -' been lost from the office. [Collins Basil Tynes and ]I Commissioners: Ira F.!i' .... _-- ,-- --- TOSSED COINS FROM

NRA codes gave it a new lease' on!I such as this. Also the business Report of the missing time { Cabrera.- Adopt Resolution I Albury Benjamin C. Roberts ind] ................................................. HONOLULU TREASURE
life. The uncertainty surrounding enjoyed by us during the piece has been made to the police John A. Collins.
the constitutionality of the] past few years has been growingby department and sheriff's of A resolution was adopted I. City Attorney Arthur H. Gomez. HUGE PLANE COMING HERE SUNDAY
new labor relations law and the] leaps and bounds and I am fice. erning the activities of the i, Cityt Health .,Officer, Dr. Wihfilm (Br A.sortaie4 Pres.,
fact that voluntary trade agree-!,, looking forward to a greater sup- council, the first'and third R.; Warren.. SC.....5555555555555555 55.55555....555.....5 555s .. f HONOLULU Nov. 20 -S.ra> r
ments under the federal trade! in the home." nesdays of the month being 1"Sahitary treasure perhaps several thou
port new ARMY GAME PLUS ( Officer, Thos., E.
commission need not contain labor 1 The station is one of the largest lected as the regular Roberts. sand dollars of it, lies at the b--
provisions are other factors vitalto in Florida and will carry both RATIONS I FOR THREE nights, to begin sA 7:30 o' l t;I :'Supervisor of Registration, E. tom of Honolulu harbor.
labor's future. I Sinclair and Standard Oil Pro during'the winter months and i C. Gomez It's In dimes quarter, haif"

Industry is interested because, ducts. It is the local Firestone I (fly Aa..erstee Press) o'clock in the summer- time.' 1 I : ,Auditor. Willard M, Albury. 3oHars and even a few silver" dollars -
it still wants the power to get together Tire, Tube and Battery dealer and ATLANTA, Ga, Nov. 20.A The next thing"'in order f tossed overboard from th
to control production and'' will also be an automobile accessories delivery, boy fOf Charles Routsosis I speech-making! .,with City ,rte p (docks of liners to Hawaiian divmt,
prices as under NRA codes. I'I'I department store. still waiting for a Negro woman I Wallace Pinder being first' :CUBA ARRIVES boys who swarm alongside.
to bring him $10 bill-but he upon, who responded and Thousands of coins are tordto !
CIP many believe is a stab in' It will have all the latest equipment a I -car
the dark, but one which may bring for servicing cars and innumerable has been joined now by police I the voters and citizens for I I FROM HAVANASteamship the boys each :year by incomIng -
consideration shown in tourists, it Is estimated, and
results. devices, too intricateand men. -
I ICQ.gfdtu I hard to explain here, but A telephoned order asked Rout-'I ing him to the position which I J -, not aU are recovered.
which add immeasurably to the sos, cafe operator to send over has held for a period of I,

tars life when used in test and three dinners and change for a' years. j jI Cuba arrived from ;Shows. above is the huge, 34-p*.senger Clipper ship of Pan
+ I I in the auto repair work have been $10 bill. A negro woman was Mayor. Harry C. Galey, Havana yesterday afternoon with American Airways, Inc. beiny .*ed Sunday by Miami-Key West Airways FRESH -
$ S installed. waiting on the front steps of the I executive of the I f one first class passenger for Key Inc, to inaugurate increased passenger and mail service be- Fruits and Vegetables
Material build' residence. She took the changeand e 1 was the next one to be West 18 first and second
awl k I I for the new ng [ ; one ewms>l; Key ,We t and Miami. The plane i i. expected t. fly at nearcapacity Js t Received AtLOWE'S
4UH said she I I duced.: made
was urnisl ed by Wm. Carry's the dinners and Mayor Galey a class for Tampa. both the southbound and northbound flights. ArrivalSad )
WHISKIES AND GINS Son! Company and electrical' would be right back with the bill. but excellent:: address, The ship! sailed 5:30 o'clock on CASH GROCERY
I work installed by Sidney Taompfon. She went around the house j I the voters and citizens in ]I for Tampa witr 27 passengers 10 departure are scheduled for the same time a* the Commodore 1117 D .... St. Phone 675
I and she hasn't come back yet. for the hearty support given 'taking passage from Key West. used regular im tIM Key Wet-MUmi Hrvi_







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Published allr Except !f.radar By I the establishment of the, Philip-
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pine Commonwealth this month with Malaria intentionally contracted -
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From The CItUen VIWlB' another step toward the independence The Today File Of The Citizen Hamilton Co.. hid- 57 years ago. Highest m.m.____---__._.__.79;,',; Thursday. diseases.BpsteadsWormSyrup.

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of the islands was taken. Under the Admiral Joseph M. Reeves Mean ..__.._.........__..________. .........74'!'' WF.ATUER: CONDITIONS !
Dally. Newspaper County.tat JQey' W.est and Monroa law establishing the temporary common- Saturday will be circus day in Navy's Commander-in-Chief, born Normal Mean _..m ...._... .....73 .

second class matter wealth it is provided that absolute independence Key West. It will be a great day in Illinois, 63 years ago. Rainfall* l I I Pressure is low *T5 rhildrm a t..cry.' warts
moderately =
Florid sa I .1: .:
Entered: at Key West. in Key West. Especially to the : iim-ttoo see IT NKVKHFAIL.H.
.mot -- shall be granted after 10 -Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. !'' this morning from the northern I IVfipito MvrritT sal _
F1FTV-suXTfr't: AAMe.tber little ones who have never before I *.( VTONIN.: ] n emtaim fail dmabtmd
Cardinal*P trick ,J. Hayes of .Normal Precipitation .... .06 Ins.!]i I Plains eastward to the North Atlantic >iitv rmn" t..4. oU evtvTwb**!
... ratea years. seen a circus, but the older folk I _II. nee s tuttta.C .
New' I W r
.f ss. ; City born ...,
York there 68 ThU r.-r. rvrra :: swrlwl States Duluth, Minn., .
will also the day. 'It is'un-'' C. A. Y X. -3. Pau.d.l lls
enjoy .. .
entitled to
the Associated Press ia exclusively use 'Whether the Filipino people will be years ago. t "4l ic at H Vlcrk. thin t..r.iug.Tomorrows I I 29.76 inches; while a moderate:
: cAtiis of all news .patchea credited to reasonable to expect that though
fnr rtru -
it' ar not otherwise credited IlL. U.s paper and also better off as an independent nation remains the : AlmanacSun high pressure area is crested over .."...._....11... ......,. Helel"t
of "
spirit has on some j
... _
tae local news published here. age rises __.__... ..__.. .. 6:48 a. m the lower
I I Mississippi Lit-
James M. Valley
to be seen, but inasmuch as the of the people of Key West that Governor Carley of Sun sets .. 5:38 p. m. THE SEMINOLE
Massachusetts, born in Boston ----------- --- tle Rock Ark30.22 inches, and
'JIt'UIOilAlf'IRI.\+ .%li United States has been pledged to with- the desire for rest and relaxation 61 I Moon rises .____._...--. 2:47 a. m. pressure is high throughout I

'-. AssecloNccAfeJ't4f93 is not with them especially with years ago. i :Moon sets ..--....--_ 2.9 p. m.Tomorrow's southern districts. Rains
i draw as soon as a stable native have I
5 the vision of clowns, aerialists and Tides
-=- : ment could be established, that govern-I I.wild animals in the offing. There Judge Kenesaw }t. Landis of A.M. 111. occurred during the last 24 hours
the Ohio
SVHSCHIPTIOV es I Valley, lower Lake
Une Tear ..:,_.. -, ___u__ ,.. -flO.09 being redeemed. will be just as many elders at the Chicago, baseball's czar, born at High; ............._____ 6:50 6:32 region the Atlantic States southward I st
Fix; Months --.. -.-,. ,....-'--------------- (:toAD the circus even though their excuses Millville 0.. 69 years ago. Low _.____.____,.._._.12:29: 12:10; the Carolinas : a
Three Moa.:* LNr.Iouth Since the' passage of Jones Act in over and in i
__ ..- .Ii will be "well you know we haveto I Barometer 8 a. M. today: I I southeastern
:) Louisiana being
f'eekly ._.n :_ .20 1916, the Filipinos have had the rights take the children to see these Dr. Edwin P. Hubble of the lit. Sea level, 3006. I .ti
generally light and it
'j was snowing -
VKRTI re,JUTES and privileges of American citizens, and affairs." i: Wilson Observatory famed as- I i this morning in North Da-i

Uade, known on application. I tronomer born at Marshfleld, I WE AIM EH FORECAST kota.
many benefits besides. They have paid no f Temperatures have risen i -
Wo. 46 .
SPECIAL NOTICE) Federal taxes, yet have been given the Mrs. V. A. Rutherford and Mrs.' years ago. throughout most of the northern i{I "...._...111.. Fl......
All reading/ notices cards of thanks, resolutions of T. S. Davenport of Miami who (Till 8 p. m., Thursday) Plain and Atlantic States, and 'i CRAS. B. .nitER Maucer
the re,pert rat, obituary of 10 cents notices a llu etcwill. -be charged for at protection of the American Army and have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.'i' Norman Thomas of New York Key West and Vicinity: Partly are generally seasonable in these IA!! human, home-like Institutloai

Nodes! for entertainments derived S churches cents a from line. which Navy without cost. Reciprocal free trade A' H. Mclnnis at their home on City Socialist leader born at I cloudy tonight and Thursday; not sections; while in the Mississippi i i e where*_r.rl TOO sad will e.find i.rtal ye.._r e.ladltMaali a mai-
be are
a revenue la to I Marion 0., 51
The -Itlcrn: Is an open fornm. and Invites discussion relations with the United States have North Beach returned to Miami years ago. Valley and West Gulf States I t ter of great Importance.
of public issues and subjects of local or general readings are below normal. -o-
today. While here Mrs. Rutherford
Interest but it will not, publish anonymous communication existed since 1909. Of all officials of the I and Mrs. assisted- Walter E. Edge of Ventnor N. rt N (J. 1;. KKNNKDY.: : I A steel Hraprwf .IMlBir lral..
government, more than 98 per cent have I in organizing a Woman's Mis- J., former N. J. senator; and ambassador I Officer in Charon: the heart ( the city s

been Filipinos in recent years. sionary Society in Ley :Memorial to France born in Philadelphia Every *Room with Combination Tab
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST 62 years ago. The Hawaiian division of the, and Shower Bath. Radio Electric'
I Church and also conducted devotionals \
When full independence is granted in 7I Ceiling Fan Stat Door for Summer
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I at the group meetings of I army uses 2,000 motor vihicles.PIMPLES. Ventilation Comfortable Beds witk
1945 the Philippines will be required to Mattresses of Inner Sprhtg ConIstrnctlon -
the three Methodist\ churches. 'i Selma Lagerlof, famed Swedish Vi .
;,, t and Individual Read.Ing
pay duties on exports to the United States, I :1 author born 77 years ago.Today's I I I ( f t i Lamps. RATES
1. Water and Sewerage. and will have for their f ,
to provide means Janner Brothers of Davenport, ......f f................ I6y a ) from surface conditions A i task
If world conditions still I Ohio rapidly for need not be endured. i irR R_OT.. Private.'a _-_ t:....
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- own defense. are are preparing Cloudy I.f Beams. Private Itath ____ ZJ
unsettled when that time it the construction of the 28 mile Horoscope Mike your akin clearer I N Rae_.. Private Bath --- a.M
land.S. comes may
and smoother withResinol .
develop that the Filipinos will be payinga I stretch of highway on Key Largo. ........................ much change in temperature; 24 I. !Sample!K > RMam PrivateItath* Private-Bath .U 4-.
Free Port. Preparations are also being made winds.
gentle easterly high price for their freedom.But for the boulevard to be built off The superior faculties still pre- Florida: Partlycloudy tonightand oCCUPANCy'

4. Hotels and Apartments. absolute freedom is their desire the shores of the island, and the vail in those born today and the Thursday; slightly colder in
-- --- ------- --
mind is
free The
I JL, .:Bathing Pavilion.J5. extension of the road to the main- and dependable. extreme north portion to'night.
and Uncle Sam will grant it. All will wish- land the terminusat intellect is rather subtle in quality !-i I
._ Airports-Land and Sea. present t I Jacksonville to Florida Straits
for the success of the new government, Sadie Bunches. The off-shore and perhaps inclined to ,be and East Gulf: Gentle wind I WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
?. Consolidation of County and City ascetic. The whole spirit! is lum-
drive will be six south
and hope that when the commonwealth is approximately inous, faithful and poS- mostly easterly over por- Local Committee for Key West
Governments. miles long and the board of county strong tion and gentle shifting winds
l ended the Filipino people may be able to sibly turning toward the study of I
commissioners has allowed the becoming north and northeastover I
maintain themselves as an entirely free and company 18 months in whichto philosophy religion, or kindred north portion and partly I Date......_. .... .--.--
subjects, and probably writing
Hats off to Stetson; it has a winning independent nation. complete the contract.
and I I I them.
_____ teaching TO THE EDITOR:
football team. |
I .
AN ANNIE OAKLEY FILM The Atlantic Deeper Water-' Nervous goats that collapse I, FAST FREIGHT SERVICEfrom !j I Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the

ways Association will meet in con- when frightened are found in to
and I
Chiselers do not elish being forcedout vention in Miami on next Monday.!j northern.tie memory of one of our most beloved and useful

ofUheir sinecures. An unusual American woman will live Several Key Westers are expected I Boston, New York, Miami, citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of

the when the picture to be in attendance. those( an excellent exhibition of the Ij'
again on screen, Among Galveston
I Jacksonville
is expected. I _______to the Will Rogers Memorial
Andictator by other is just "Annie Oakley" is produced shortly. For attending from Key West will be game f
lily name New Orleans and BeyondFrom
Captain Clark D. Stearns, U. S. I Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
as odious, says the Miami Herald. Annie Oakley, who in private life was Mrs. N., who will deliver a talk on "The|. Editorial comment: Key West
Frank Butler, was the greatest woman Naval View of Island Waterways': the Gem of The Ocean right next I' Key West alternate Fridays 1'1 others from Key West and will go without any

The Philippine islands ha:e achieved rifle shot the world has ever known. She Frank H. Ladd and Vesey John-,;! to'The Pearl of The Antilles we' From New York every TuesdayFrom deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
son will also attend. i I I i suggest, if the Island City needs Boston every Saturday I
their i independence. Now what have they, died a few years ago at the age of 66. iI 1 I| any new appellation. ._ From Jacksonville Miami and! expended, also without any deduction, as the Memorial -

and Japan is smirking in peasant anti- One unusual episode of her life was I I I, I New Orleans ,every two weeksCLYDEMALLCmV e! Committee may determine. .
Harry Gwynn who is handlingthe Advices
received indicate that f
cipation. the friendship between her and the famous I
scavenger contract for the].I the University of Havana football \ .. .
Sioux chief Sitting Bull who named her I Name......._. ,--- t
has addressed communication
I city a -,i team is making great preparations tlitJC. !
By: the way, why not think ,aboui "Little Sure Shot," and left her all his per to the city council relative(;, to receive the Marine Eleven I Address .... .
to the situation'which -
Thanksgiving Day ahead cf time and see sonal belongings at his death. handling at which will meet the university on E. SMITH Agent
present is unsatisfactory. It was I the gridiron this week. The marines -
if there isn't some reason for you to be For many years she toured America ordered'that bids be called for an I i. left this morning on the Key West. Fla. II N3

really thankful.It and foreign countries with Buffalo Bill. additional contract for scavenger Saukee and will arrive in the Cuban -

She was praised and decorated by many work, the contract to cover a i capital late this afternoon. _________u _______
period of seven months, with the
is not for nothing that people have rulers, including King George of England, understanding that two more 1 Announcement is made of the CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.l.llldlll": "'

always demanded bread aid games, and it who awarded her a medal, declaring her trucks will be made available and I birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. T.

is a good cry; for wHhout! bread the body to be "the best rifle shot in the world.. the work period cover eight hours I T. Higgs at Greenville, Texas,

cannot live, and without some magnificencethe It is told that once in the early '80's daily. I November marriage 17. Mrs.Miss Higgs Elizabeth was before J SPECIAL OFFERMOUNT

spirit must die. Annie Oakley with a bullet from her rifle here
The high school football team Owen, and has many friends
flicked the ashes from the end of a left this morning on the train for who will be interested.
We have seen many queer advertise cigarette held in the lips: of the Crown Fort Lauderdale where several I
to be The Flying i. Friends of Miss Maggie Pierce
are played.
games -
ments in our day but the announcementby Prince of Germany, as a supreme test of
Tarpons is the team which the I!' will learn with regret of her illness VERNONMWS
a local merchant in The Star that he her nerve and skill-and the Prince's Key West aggregation will meet, at her home on United street
does not have p certain anicle in his estab- courage. and as both teams are in fine fet-!I and hope for her speedy recovery. SI

lishment is the *. if Although she suffered partial -- .
queerest e en childishly para- --- - I

honest. Possibly he is sc insiderate that lysis as a'result' of a railroad accident in i

he wants to ave a prospective customer a I 1901, she;made many exceptional records I How Calotabs Help Nature

long walk, for which v. L to be com- after that misfortune. In 1922 she broke ,

mended. 100 clay targets straight with her rifle at .I To Throw Off a Bad Cold .

,16 yards. Minions have found In Calotabs a 1 Second Calotabs are''diuretic the
most valuable aid In the treatmentof kidneys promoting the eliminationof
Westbrook Fegler the columnist, is Many'thousands who have been thrilled colds. They take one or two tab- cold poisons tram the system. Thus

now in Spain and essays to describe a bullfight by.the unerring aim of "Little Sure lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
third or fifth night U needed. a purgative and diuretic both of
He must have gotten his story from Shot" will be pleased to learn that her How c 030a Calotabs k help Naturethrow 1 which are needed In the treatment
cold? First. Calotabs Is of'colds-
hearsay otherwise he could never have colorful life is to be depicted in a motion one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical;
of an intestinal eliminants. only twenty-five cent for the family
\\ritten that the picador was rushed from picture. thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten '.for file trial
the germ-laden mucus and toxines. (Adv.
the arena to escape the "game but exhausted -

and fast expiring bull," becausethe THEY WILL NOT FIGHT THEY SAY -- -- --- --- --
toro L fresh when he meets the picadorat I I

the beginning of a corrida. Some three thousand students, in a CONDENSED 'STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF V

large city recently paraded to demonstratethat THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

The arrival of General Pershing in they do not intend to fight for their
the United States reminds local folks of country "in any war." Similar gatheringscrop
l lr
an exclusive interview he gave to a local up in other places and it is not an uncommon at the close of business November 1, 1935 e

reporter of the late and unlamented Call, occurrence in the country at I Comptroller's Call '

during which the paper stated, "the gen- large. RESOURCESLoans

eral! had nothing to say." Those who recall Nobody gets excited however and and Investments $ 304,746.10

the faux pa., still chuckle whenever the incident least of all those who will have to assume! Overdrafts _--_.--- ; 89.14 .
3aukin, )il uie. "Furniture '
is: brought to mind. It is said i the responsibility for national defense in the and Fixtures _.,._-_ ,;-;. 33,920.76 !

general broke out in a loud guffaw when event of war. They are older than the Stock of the Federal Reserve ': -
Bank 4,500.00
the item was shown him, though this has demonstrators and more experienced. Tempo*"*"' Federal De- l

never been confirmed. They know that these student gatheringsmean I posit Insurance Fund 1954.01
United States Government lI
little and that the alleged I
--- or nothing Obligations direct I

Franklin D. Roosevelt will l probablygo pledges will vanish like snow on a sum- and fully guar- .-f
I anteed$602,288.13
down in the traveling mer's day once the drums beat and
history as presi- war Other Marketable Bonds ,5"16PIECE
Securities: ___.,_ SET consisting of 4 plates 4 Cereals 4'Cups
dent. Several weeks ago he was in foreign the bugles play. and 178,668.49Cash ,I i ,
and due from Banks 277,578.33LIABILITIES 1059035.00
waters after a previous sing, over the What we need in the United States is
I I 4 Saucers while they last at per set $1.00c
western part of the United States, landing sensible opposition to war rather than 1404245.01. l c g ,

at a southern port. Then for a few daysin I foolish and absurd pledges "not to fight."

Washington a.ld":1: weak-end trip t Ary !sane' program that gives promise 'of Capital .__ _. __._______S oo.noo on j South Florida & Co.
Hyde Park. Today he is in Warm Springs I keeping the United States out of war Surplns'and Undivided, Profits 64207.16 I I () Contracting Engineering

Ga.Ir.\ Roosevelt, besides his many other should have the support of all lovers of Deposits _1240037.85 I

accomplishments, would have made an ex- world peace even if the program involves, 1404245.01 Phcce 598 White and EHza/, Streets

cellent traveling salesman aT d for that I r.3 often enough it must, the possibility of I
Member of Federal Reserve System "Your home is worthy of the best"
matter he is, for he certainly has sold him- ". cr with some absolute ruler of a deluded :
I Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
self to the American people. 1 people. 1 1 "'.I"'II.I".I'.4JT.I'JI"III.lI".III.1'I II'.III'

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7estsne Boorman :
j ""ort; THROUGHBy If yom do not receive year
SPORTSFERA .. paper by 6:15 'clock I. tao
r'1ioPBlS: ease: rartw m. worth He loved a position not a .e.e..eeeeeeeeeeeeee..eAdvertisements
toss parent, forts..and ftasc4 toOK girl In the second place I could afternoon eH totcpboao 51
pranti cataXrapk Mkem Lk. I under this head ( JOVE)
ad l.mctnda f'nnuwartk die witk never feel the same. I'd never be aad a paper will bo seat to
; *.r.rrintrfm I will be inserted In The Citizen at ...eee.....eeeeee.eeeeee
form adopted I
->* JUniiff ot having someone to depend
care bom*. A complaint boy
< < irtr* Itfr Yr*"t hews year
and she. rate relall' silk Tecla' 1 upon. I'd never know now he would the rate of lc a word for each in Our friend Blonding is back
x 1"f: hm Town, tht Ftnnifh act In a crisis section but the minimum for the, but was off form last night. He .. on d.ty at tbt .f He* from

afttap : "As tor the selfishness of Lilsa. first insertion in every instance is I claims he played too many games thIS to 7115 p. m. for the
1 mat Ta'la'a..tcr-;* 11 over. Now,Joke* trill. You know," she turned confidingly. ........................ 25c. I in Jamaica and "Ie"S tired. parpooo of delivering com-

]lir>otui PfNKfok.i fHmrf twerp and ..,has hto, browfJU t*.. 'em rr* "I'm wondering U halt this longing TEN NOWCHAMPIONS BAR-B-Q TEN LOST Payment fOr classified advertisements plaiate. Help a. give you 100

S fetter from her Portland friend. for a home Lilsa speaks about isn't a 1 Doings Around The is invariably in advance I' So was Bunny who lost his porcoat service by eating 51
Jiutgt KdlOf1t1. desire to give me something to occupy but regular advertisers with ledger :
my mind. \ OF i Golf Links GAMETOBAKERSOVERWHELMING accounts may have their advertise i teeth on the trip. Now be can't if yo. Jo not receive Too Citi
play again until he gets a new
Chapter 23 "And can't'you realize how wonderful I ments charged.Advertisers son.rmmm.

THE'JUDGE WRITES it seems to have someone SOCIALLEAGUEDEFEATED I II !I should give their I set :'

actually want Jour She 'waited a I (By GRAVY) SCORE OF street address as well as their telephone II
ANNE quickly slit open the en- moment, then went on. "Ton can't I oaoooooooooooooooooaooa I (!I number if they desire re-i 1 The rest of the Bar-B-Q out-
and read the closely i. 12 TO 0 MARKED UP SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
because everyone wants you al | fit batted good but were poor inl I
typed pages Ansel Kellogg bad ways." LIGHTHOUSE AGGREGATION I It seems that the club will have I BY WINNERSBy I I sults.With each classified advertise-:' the field. A few days of fielding! -on-
: .It would be nice to think everyone YESTERDAY to enforce one of its rules. And! 1 ment The Citizen will give free an practice will not hxrt them a bit.| WAVES

seen Dcar'mtl by tb. papers Ann:that'TOD tie mbee.big bad. "did."'mused Neuman.Mr. I I that is that only members in good I Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for I I'I I *_ I II Two Permanents

.wolves are eating out of Undo Ansel Neuman." Anne hesitated a 7 TO 6 TO TAKE THREE-.' it. 55.00
will in the usual !
's band I uu see. mj dear, they standing compete I; ( JOVE) Saturday they will give a bene- for
.roused my anger. A. good thine.My I moment then went on a bit defiantly GAM,. SERIESBy 1 dinner matches. Also a club, The Baker ten of 'the Senior i PERSONAL I Ifit dance in order to raise funds Better Wave, $5.00 and ap
'J'-tam needed stirring up. 1 "yon said a moment ago; If Rob lovedme I
feel tea years younger sine that as a man .should love the woman handicap tournament will be League retained its leadershipand I to purchase new uniforms. I'' MRS. MILLER
talking down match with tetra I also drew further from : hope it will be 407 South Street Phone 574...
'''aftl.wortb. I won. 1 dare cay 1 he asks 'to marry him* Ton know members only away STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, a

established ty tongue-tied a record. Poor Lee be baa stood what's happened to me. It makesme ( JOVE) I played shortly for the runnersup.The INDIGESTION victims why)II --_ __ -- -
providing a so be sure you are OK so that you
tongue and marveled at me. wonder how that should be. The Administration ten is the i Doughboys not only whitewashed I suffer? For quick relief gets i iI
Your clothes and other things "I'm I said that 1 didn't {I may enter your name in the com- last free sample of itJDGA doc
will be delivered with this letter. sorry new champions of the Social the Bar-B-Q outfit a a
and I nave a check for nine hundred think how it must sound to you. I Diamondball League. They at-'p I petition. night at Bayview Park but mark tor's prescription at Gardner's !i STEAMSHIP Co.

as soon dollars as 1 which bear 1 rom will you.send This you suppose different men look upon sucha tained that honor yesterday by I I ed up an overwhelming score of I Pharmacy.nov P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST
was the best Barney and could do. thing In different 1I"&Ys.- 20-21-22-27-28-29ded-5-G1; '
in is 12 to 0.
1'm glad you've found such aha defeating the Lighthouse crew i I Our personal glimpse today MAIL ROUTES FOR
vea. I remember meeting Tech "But Jour the third and last game of the about a golfer you all know but For the first five innings it 11.12-13x
SorkL when yo. were Uttle. I'm To me there could be only one. 1
sure Luke and Lucinda trusted her champ series, winning the playoff 1 maybe never knew that he plays looked as though a tough game MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
and that one would be the reason LOST
Implicitly. two games to one. golf. Suffice it to say that the I was in progress. The score at Leave West for Havana Mbndays and Thursdays.
Anne 1 listened to the reading for my having lived. Perhaps I'm a I : Key on
of the will and I'm more than ever little primitive in mf views 1 almost This league has played three gentleman in question sells more that time stood 3 to 0. But aft .I DISAPPEARED-One of
set keys
convinced deep-laid plan.that Th Luke.. Is had little some to wish these were pioneer days championship series this year.1 golf balls than anyone in town i iI er the fifth ,frame the Bakers : from the Ford automobile belonging -]: Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and .
tell you that you don't all ready Thefirst won by to be Mr. shoved runner after runner over Fridays.
know. The house was left as I said so that 1 might build her home with' pennant was I and our hero happens to Sam Goldsmith,']
'salaries were raised somewhat In my own bands. and bring her food I the Cuban Club the second by'I I William "Tabasco" ''Fripp. I I the home plate. I Weather Bureau. Reward for Leave Key West for :Miami Wednesday 10:00 P. M.
the case of Lee. Tom and Crocker. had fought for. the Recreation ten and now the Well our hero first saw the C. Garcia struck out 10 bats- nov9-3tx""I
7 o u r allowance was stipulated. retcrn. 8:00 A. M.
Sale of ticket for Havana will at
Everything else 'Insurance, dividends He stopped and Anne felt Queer17'depressed. FERA outfit won the third. light of day up here in South men for the Sandwich ten, and top
from the fisheries, and otLe. she ended in of I I Ward whiffed nine. For farther formation call Phone. 71
Interests was to be turned backto course was The game yesterday ,I, Carolina, in- the neighborhood BICYCLES
the general estate to be held i through with love. She would never the close score of 7 to 6. The Lexington county which is just'I H. Wickers was the leader at I J. H. COSTAR, AgentTransoortationo.

such that for time.a period It I. to of be five distrib years. At id marry but the glimpse of what she Office boys shoved over two run- across the river from Columbia. bat with three singles in four BICYCLES-WE RENT by the I! -

Instructions among my to kin-folk be made according public to at might have had was tantalizing."You ners in the last half of the ninth ,I I Anyway, the first recollection times up. Hour Day or) Week. Repair

that time.- feel very strongly 'about inning to capture the game. Two our hero has is of a cow's moo, a II. Acevedo and Barcelo for all makes and paint them with I It

of Aside Importance.from that Some there mention was little was this. she ventured. there I men were out when the winningrun I chicken's cackle or maybe a June the Bakers, and Tynes and Gar- Nn-EnameL We carry a full ,

made of the way Luke wanted the mean, are you in love with someone was scored.E. [ bug singing around a cotton plant cia for the losers were outstanding t supply of parts. Agent for the 'I'
canneries handled
; something like thatr
Bshtraps. I was distracted at that Roberts led the batters for I They are all noises you hear on !!: in the field. Roll fast and Dayton Bicycles. : Oversea

moment:: by lI tme but ngi'd sure' remember It turned to her.I am." he said. the day connecting for three sin-. any good farm up in that part of I Score by innings: R. II. E. And sell them as low as $5.00 .

wasn't important HE gles in three trips to the plate.T. .Ithe I| country. Bakers 000 126 12x-12 11 2 down and $1.00 per week.
Lee was left In charge ot the canneries Anne wondered at the sinking and Rueda also hit I I 000 000- 078 OWNED AND OPERATED BY
and Edson Martin, of the feeling she felt. It was as It a firm Roberts However, our hero did not re Bar-B-Q 000 Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.
Trl-National Bank made admin good. main a small boy for long. Hegrew Batteries: C. Garcia Wickers novl8tfFOR

istrator.Referring to Luke's plan. I only quagmire piece ol earth had unexpectedly surroundered I given by Stars in the field were: Pelli- up part ways and went to i I and Goehring; Ward and M. Ace- i. Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West
sensed It. I believe your stay In and Matthews for could ,
Of she assured herself cier, T. Roberts school whenever his maw I vedo. RENT
oa among the fishermen may be a way. course
good thing Whatever the trouble hurriedly that was because she depended the losers and Wickers, Goss and get him to wear: shoes. And fin-i --- REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT

haps was. as It centered one of them down you there.will learn Per- upon him to help her in the Barker for the champions. ally he was in such a habit of I how can you tell when its timeto LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -i

something which might be used asa future as he had in the past and Score by innings: R. H. E. education that he got ambitious feed and water sponges? \ -2 bed rooms conveniences -!I SERVICE BETWEEN

you clue will uncovering let me know the I may able If with another girl looking upon him Lighthouse 000 204 0.-6 7 2 and went to Clemson University Anyway, our hero has not yet porches. 519 Elizabeth

to Did follow I mention things that through I had for retained you. possessively this help would be im Administration- and graduated.And been grabbed off by the fairsexbut Street. nov13 f i Key West and Miami

myself. as your attorney? Would possible. 203 000 2-1 11 3 like a lot of high school give him time. g

j-o-i You mind know verifying you need this someone In writing to? "However he qualified "she Batteries: C. Stickney and F. and college graduates, he got a But let us get on with our golf FURNISHED APARTMENT !

look after your affairs and I fancied doesn't know about it. May never Stickney; E. Roberts and Rueda. job selling things anywhere froma story: :Modern conveniences, 628I NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST
myself In that place so 1 told Martin Gaiti's
know. I White street or call at
nickel to as much as you wantto hero stands on
to send your allowance throughmy It seems our ;! -ON-
office.Write Anne was now all considerationfor } Barber Shop. nov12
pay. the tee and knocks a low
me your plane. anti remem- the girL As Jong as she was an LOPEZ VS. BAKERS
ber I am here to serve yon and to Well our hero soon left for I down the middle of the fairwayfor FURNISHED APARTMENT with I TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS
Anne felt
Lu- intangible quality. generous
serve the memory of Luke and Mi-
fields and down to
bigger got distance of some 180 yards. I
clnda "Don't you think It only fair a electric ice box. 1001 Eaton, ,
Affectionately THURSDAY NIGHTBy ami but yearning for the countryside ironshots apt to
to her to tell her how you feel?" she Then his are phone _879J. nov9-lmox WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
Ansel KelloggP. and 'life rural' he thought drift off into the rough but when
asked In a maternal tone. SERVICE
are. In S a have private Intimated.sanitarium thai yon recovering "Not yet. and with a restless Key West wond: be more to his he gets to the putting green he is NICELY FURNISHED APART i iI I

from a nervous breakdown movement he stood up. "It wouldn'tbe ( JOVE) liking but was much surprised as good: as the next guy. I MENT, with garage. Apply 827 OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET

ala nHinih. and or will more.probably You may be there have fair to either of us. Come on. Thursday night the eternal rivals when he found that the only When he finishes nine holes he''I I Duval street. oct19 1,
to twin me break Into heaven for Miss Ntkkl. I believe I hear the boys : and farms in or near Key West were has a score somewhere around 52:I TELEPHONES 68 AND 92
!Funeral Home
this whopper.Anne Lopez I
coming In." those where they grew sponges. or 53. which is not bad in any SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.
lay the letter In Her lap. a The boys were In, striding about Baker tens, will meet .for a reg- Well he didn't like that because language. I The Artman Pressaug7 I
smile touching her lips. So he bad ular Senior League game.
the kitchen, stoking the stove and
retained himself as her lawyer bless preparing the eternal coffee. Lila The pitching of Ward and C. ,

him. She wished she might have had already told them of her plans Gates, mound rivals is the best .

heard the "talk IDS down" match. and they were listening with grave in the city and both are in great
Poor Uncle Lee. bewildered used
interest when Anne and John en shape.
as a pawn by his wife and Tom Parley term!. Should the Embalmers win '

How long before ha would will tie the leagueleadersfor .
When the subject of the new giV they

realize It, II ever? netter was first broached they top position, and if the Dough +d -

Did Lnke have some "dee -lald" seemed unable to grasp the realityof boys cop the game, they will '\ "'::-i _
plat; In mind! when he changed his ,
it. They thanked Anne declaredIt cinch second-half honors.In .
will? He bid been troubled over
Impossible, ano even as they made the latter case, the Bakers
something and tad come to the low
this declaration their eyes grew wistfuL will meet the Firemen ten, first- _' B'
er river, had been Intent npon visitIng -
the nshtraps. Bat why It they half winners in a championshipseries.
Thin John stepped into the breach
wert controlled: by the commission .
and In a firm manner told them thatit
couldn't he learn the names ot the
was up to them to protect their
owners and meet them In Astoria. cousin that she was a new dependent NEW TEAMS PLAY
without the surety which seemed
upon the family. .
to attend: that ? And why I'
:ourncy "
"Of course be said In conclusion Mild
the rush back to Portland?
"it yon want her to go to an outsider 'THIS AFTERNOONBy ness

to Invest the little money she bill l + I
: If It had its
: beginning
\WELL suppose she ran but would an out,
Astoria she might; *>e sider show the same Interest In her 1
able to find It. Her Impulsive flight ( JOVE) I
affairs that yon would! It looks to
to Union Town seemed divinely Inspired The new Social League will get Taste'WED
me as If the men of the family should etter
Judge Kellogg bad: spoken protect her. I nnde- 'way this afternoon at 5'

of her living among the fishermen Orvt looked at Anne doubtfully o'clock when the Bell Buoys cross,

It she became part: owner ot a gil After aiL shouldn't they look after j bats with the Wild Cat:. i 0fie

netTer she would l be tree to go out her as tong as there was no one 'I'j Tomorrow, the High School} ten I I I

with them occasionally, learn: to else! ? Anne saw Lis shoulders square. I, will meet the Administration ten. \ ...

speak their language and perchance George: replied to John In'charac ; Friday the Blaekwell's Drop In I

leafn b> careless word or action teristic manner. "Putting It that'I'I outfit will tackle the' Lighthouse
some clue to the mystery: I I
way we accept Lnnbeck has a { aggregation and on Saturday the
"alias! ': I IrUneller I I
:Mkki John Neuman. It isn't painted yet nor ; Wild C=ts will play the Transfer

rounded the turner of the house. the license taken. If we buy It at i i Corner gang. I I I
broil furrowed, troubled He "
eyes: once. his somber face brightened '
The teams playing today are
sal beside her at her Invitation "I'm '
at the Idea."then will be
we ready new to the! league.FIREMEN I
afraid In our .elflsb eagerness to tor the spring run." .

have you with us. we're forcing you When she went to her room that j I '

to do something you may regret. nlgbt. Tecla followed hovering over TO PLAY

"Perhaps you'd better wait to her !like an apprehensive mother hen. -,, "

make Tour final decision Suppose After she had left. Anne slipped

forgive me for this. Dot suppose from bed drew the one chair to the BAKERSSUNDAYi( ) -

Mr Crocker returneo and realized window and looked down on Union ,

what he was losing and came down Town out on the water sparkling I ? {, S 1t\M crn
for you because you know If be. now with tinkling net buoy lights %
v v
loves yon so as a man should love which rode the waves like fireflies. (By JOVE) I
the woman he sal to him. t The Firemen will cross bats
marry Drifting along behind one cluster '
he'll find you. And then-" were the Sorkl! brothers and behind I with the Bakers Sunday afternoon -II "
Then what?" asked Anne. at the NrtvyField in a ba e-
another,John Nennan.back at work }I I ,
"Then you'll want to go tack.: on his brothers' boat. I ball game. c5pe '
"No." Anne shook her bead. "no. I i Eatteres will be: Bethel and
ICopJrigU. ms op. Jean** B.wwowfAnne
couldn't go back. In the first place. Grufin for the Dough boys and I

Rob was In lore with Anne Farnsworth I' I Joe Cara and C Vidal for the,I t 2 '. -

and there is no Anne Far usQUINTETS hint ot trouble.has tomorrow, a strong Fire ladlies. .: ,,

The contest will _start at 3:30 --
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--- -- -- -
- -- -- -- -- ---I I o'clock. :

five will dribbie the ball with the I

MEET AT Baker in the.nightcap. I I" KEY WESTCOLONIAL f; >>f:.: '

The first game will start at :: '
GYM I FRIDAY NIGHTBy 7:30 o'clock. HOTEL -

Subscribe to The Citizen. In the Center of the Business I .

and Theater District
( JOVE:) i o'

Friday night at the High BENJAMIN LOPEZ i Firvt Cl..i-Fireproof-
School I Gym. doubleheader of FUNERAL HOME '
a S.a.U>U Rato

basketball will be plajed.: These i Serving Key West .,.s.. ., :
garnet: will officially open the Half Century COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI l .

Winter Basketoall League.: I' 24 Hour Ambulance Service .. ,<', ,

The High: School quintet will Liceated Embalmer Garage ElovatorPopalar -s '-, ,

meet the Weintraub Stars in the I ....... 135 NiCat 69 -\\ Prices sr--o.--- .' ,:..-* .
opening contest and the WPA .. :J It>';.I4 Irfti111sCalCaJQiI; -- ;_}_ p'


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................................................. 555551 5 a a** will leave tomorrow morning on I Tampa en route toP PitUb.nh'last evening ;or Tampa \'..... he j&jkc. from a "-eea visit in Mi-
PROGRAMTOBE PERSONAL:MENTION i the Parrott for ,Port Everglades. ._ where he will join the official will attend a session of United amL .+...1'l
staff of the Marine Hospital j States court. I

PUT ON TONIGHT :-: SOCIETY : -: ........................ yesterday Attorney afternoon Roger Watkins the Cuba left E. H. Gato jr., who was spend- George W. Gibbs, head of the I,' PALACEJohnny

.......................................*....a**.. MrsNancy Transcht left yesterday ; for a brief business on visit in ing several weeks with relativesand ,i Gibbs Shipbuilding Company of: Mack Brown in
for a visit with relativesand Jacksonville Fla., arrived this;
ATBAYVIEWPARKMUCH friends in Havana, returned
Tampa.Mr. MEN
High School Parent-Teacher friends in Tampa. yesterday on the Cuba. .morning on a business visit I'l
I I I Serial and Comedy
Association Holds Meeting Rev. J. A. Phillips, who was and Mte. Claude Hernandezleft Oscar Lounders, of the local i Henry D. Archer was a return- Mt5nee: 5>10c; NifM' 10-15
INTEREST CENTERS IN spending a few days in Key West, on the Cuba yesterday for customs unit, left on the Cuba 'ing passenger on the morning .
TONIGHT -- left on the Cuba yesterday for I I I
COMMUNITY Regular monthly meeting of committees in charge of this affair ;. his home (In'-Tampa. .
BEGINNING AT 7:30 the Key West Junior-Senior High!I are working hard to make the f I:........a......... ............................ I IIi ................................................. i
party a success and expect a Miss Eloisa' Montero 1 lift yes- :
O'CLOCK School ParenCTeacher Association large attendance. terday afternoon on P. and O.Ii Congratulations TO PAUL'S TIRE SHOP
was A committee to attend the ship Cuba for. Tampa whe ;
at 3:30 'clock in the P.-T. A. Council meeting to be visit'.relatives and frien "IwJ.will : PAUL'S TIRE SHOP
An excellent program of com- school auditorium. The meetingwas held in the High School buildingon ______ If. : WE EXTEND OUR :

munity sinking: has been com- presided over by Mrs. En- 'Friday afternoon was appointed Mrs OrdulIa'GarrLdOjaBd'rSlh-l I I: Upon Completion of Key West's First Super- :
pleted and will be presentel 7:30 rique Henriquez. by the president. Mrs. M. E. were passengers on the_Cpba yesterday SINCERE CONGRATULATIONSWm.
o'clock this evening at Bayview The meeting was opened with Berkowitz was presented with a going to Tampa" to spfrnd' I: Service Station
Park, sponsored by the WPA rec- the Lord's Prayer and the singing past-president's pin. She graciously a while with relatives.J. I Sons Co.
reation department.This of "America." Minutes ofthe accepted and thanked the as Ii SIDNEY THOMPSON Curry's
is the first of a series of read : sociation. D. Aldrich foreman for
session bythe car
previous were ': Contractor Who Did Wiring and Electrical Work We Are Proud of the Fact That We Furnished :
like events to be staged duringthe I
secretary and Mrs. Hildah K. After all business had been the Florida East Coast Railway.
season when songs which were Salas. and the treasurer's report. transacted those present enjoyeda Company in Key West during the : On New Station : :. Material for the New Station :,

popular in years gone by and are I by> Mrs. H. S. Dexter was given. program tinder. the direction of time the road was in operation,I ...............................................:I .................................................
familiar to lovers of music everywhere Reports of the standing committees -' Mrs.\ Milton Sawyer. A piano
will be led by a chorus of were read and approved. : solo was given by Charles Roberts -
boys and girls under a capable director -t Plans for a card party to beheld :I and a short play entitled,
in the Woman's Clubhouseon "Don't Tell A Soul," was presented -
Following are some of the fa- Tuesday, November 26, at under the direction of
miliar selections which are to be 3:30 p. m., were discussed. The I Emil Sweeting.Mrs. I
sung tonight, copies of which will .
will -- -
be available for those who
assist in making the program a ........................ I
Roy Rainey
Key West U. S. A. Today'sAnniversaries' Arrived On Cuba I Announcillg--

There's a lonesome feeling way It' ,,f )'. t -
gown in my heart Mrs.\ Roy Rainey, wife of Chief
For a little spot in Flor- ........................ Auditor Rainey of the P. and O.tV.So .

i-d-a 1735-Sartuel.s Ai .Peters; C$i- Company was a returningpassenger _
Some. one has been cry-ing necticut's hated Tory Anglican] ig} on the Cuba from Havana .
Since rev been awaySoI'm clergyman and* author 'who fled r yesterday and during her
going back to-day. To (o England but fetutJied.Afn.; j the I stay of several hours was the
Revolution, born V H&d, guest bf Mrs. C. D. Harrington The Opening ofPAUL'S
Key West, the best town that I Conn. Died in New York, April I and Mrs. Ralph Boyden.
knowIn 19, 1826. I Accompanying Mrs. Rainey were
the dear old U. S. A. I Mrs. Connors and Miss English.
If you should stray there 1741--Samuel Ki.kland, Con- I They rode around the city visiting
;You're bound to stay there gregational missionary to the the principal places of inter-
Where the sun is shining brightly Oneida' Indians of Northern New I est ,which were explained by their
every day. York, founder of Hamilton College hostesses and expressed pleasureat
In March, or June, the bird born at Norwich, Conn. l what they termed a most de-
sing a tune Died ''Feb. 28, IfcOS. lightful place and chagrin at the TIRE SHOP
While the Farm: trees gent-ly -- I I fact that transportation facilitieshad
sway 1829 Chiles G. Halpine been reduced to a minimumon
JOIst take a tip--take a little -
("Miles\ JTReilly'1)), Civil War the east coast.
trip journalist and poet, born in Ire- They sailed on the SteamshipCuba .
To Key West, The U. S. A. land. Died in New York Aug. 3, for Tampa regretting their
1868. schedule did not afford them a
K_p. the Home Fire Bar-nine
longer stay in the city.
Keep the homes fires burning 1841-Sir Wilfrid Laurier,

While, your hearts are yearning famed Died Feb Canadian.17, 1919.statesman born. Garden Clab MeetingHas IN ITS NEW HOME AT FLEMING AD WHITE STREETS

Tho. in trouble far away"We Been PostponedThe
dream of home. 1889-Brian Oswald Donn- .
There's a silver lining, Byrne, noted Irish novelist and meeting of the Key West
Through; the dark clouds writer, born in Ne'v York City. Garden Club which was called for
shining Died in, Ireland, June 18, 1928. tomorrow morning;, has been Thursday November 21 1935
Turn the dark clouds inside s postponed, according to an-
-. out'Ti nouncement made today. ,
; we all come home. The proposed meeting, it was!
stated, will be held on the first
There' A Long, Long Trail JUST RECEIVEDA Thursday in December.
There's a long long: trail a-wind-

to the land of my dreams,! fresh Shipment of fruits and : 'I FREE!
Where the nightingales are singing vegetables has. just,been! -received Helen\ Brotierkk-HugH,Herbert

a white' nioon'.bems; ; Division:street? ., ; Stan:.LhurelOliverHardy': : in :
There1. a long: long night of Every: :variety eori ,the marketis i BONNIE. ''SCOTLAND ,:1
waiting included in this large,line .tarried -1 Maine-:.Balcdny,, Ifc;'Orche**
.Until my dreams! .all come by Lowe's. Ira, 15-20c;' Nights: 15-25e
Till the day when 111 be going --- --
:'qown( .
That long, long trail with firestone ,
you. -

Smile The Wfeile Add Our Best Wishes .

There's a song in the land of the ..,.
-ifimshine, .
Each sweetheart has heard Volume-Direct Purchasing-Straight Line Manufacturing and Efficient
for d
with a sigh, Opening Specials Thursday and Economical System of Distributing to our 500 Stores
O'er righ garden walls>, the sweet ,
echo falls and to -30,000 Dealers, enables Firestone to give

As good-bye-in friendship we whisper Extend Congratulations To Friday and Saturday ;,: } you greater values at lowest prices

So-smile sad adieu the while, you kiss me : Paul's ',Tire Shop

When the clouds roll by I'll **. ..... .

Then the come skies; to you will; seem more ON THEIR.NEW;' MODERN STATION Special No. 1Wash ,

blueDown in lovers' lane, my d

Wedding dearie bells: will ring so merrily Everett W. Russell, AgentS and Grease $ 1 49 -.

Every. heart will beat so : STANDARD OIL COMPANY :I Car, Paint Top JL
cheerily- I
So wait and pray, each night for I KITUHT rHOSREK TTPE tLOFIElO THE JEITIIEimE C08I1EI TTPEraaratM I

meTill : GET STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS AT PAUL'S : U.ip.d...hilt wItIo 'I';; a11.tire"5-ne.r.... I
we meet again. bl.b. high .teri.I.. ... .....--'". ... ...UtF rat.rial..A.
Equal K..per4r t* eayaa ta> -t.--W. It r vii.
Eq.aJ or mfm aay ,
alla4 lint Grada.Sapar k.-dti..d.4t Sag .., ... Y aM 1 a'- sad
seam' mm* to oH MUw
uit. waarrdl.m .* ..... -' pr- q ov M- tafariar. tina
If Cold --- ---- torn...II,S Waa4 e ae kT wbarnaaafrtartd. 9 tu.tiae4.. _r tbaser r..dr-ant Iiea aiM.ada Im &We.dNot r.-'ad t. I
a Special I N 2 _
o. p tit.rr ed faraala.SIZE ar-at.what -.--_ d r..r. aaU.- I

Threatens.. Grease Car, Change 00 r $ 75 I t Ua21i.n S7.3.PRICE 4JO-21 SIZE .rates*.*$ UW1 SUE .nua...s; lIZB eRtcs $ I0.5PAULS :

use of this Heartiest Congratulations Transnussioaand I -1 7.75 $665 &4O-19 7.$$ $605 &.1-1..... 5s. M.7S
designed Change 2
nose and __ US-IS ,.*. &2S-U ...* s.u7.." S.ZS
QTimelY throat helps i Differential Grease. uo-ia 10.40 4.40-S1 5.55-i. 9.S. 4.40-11 .7S L40-I1 &.1-1 Sell JOaJH a

; Super-Service Station : Our large vcl me enable as to save you monej on every auto apply need for roar ctf.
All Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store, and many of our large lire dealer, baTe complete
''I: JUST COMPLETED BYPauFs : lock, and you have the added convenience and economy of bavin*; tnent applied.

-with the- SGi IIOIK Alf nldaOrS ,dlt 'Retie..$ ..wwsnlrmr
Sunday NOT. 24 TIRE SHOP s I! 3C! .f L.dtr r.d.lhds36c s !S
No Rates + rr
Change In C i.Y..79c .iuaAT

Make Reservations by Phone, u.. r.a ._______. : nulls -3tc
Raymond Curry ,
uAr rsos'
Telephone 620 ttA[[ r..dt 49c '
Regular Planes, MiamiKeyWest WiDard M. Albury ;; S ATTERIES RRtOt lltllai snit f.rdw 5.w
Airways, Inc. Agent I Cor. White and Fleming Sts. ulwei 31c+ a .b a. tst.15 t

SundayTuesdayWednesdayFriday SS 330 .,s 58e I
: SINCLAIR REFINING CO. .' Phone 65 c.m4t 29e. g onset 5.5 71e i LIV >s a

Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Ar- : SINCLAIR PRODUCTS SOLD AT PAUL'S
rive Miami 5:20 p. m.
Fast t-ComforUbU-Saf.


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