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 21, 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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For AMociated Best 65 Interests Years or Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wiry the b r l{cp W. ts't Citizen( t f a':::.-: moat country Key West equable; with Florida weather an average has in the the

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INTEREST OF WPA may have been a prankandif "No competition as far as Key' REGULAR LUNCHEON HELD:

EVENINGAt I I ERS IN KEY WEST it were, it turned into a prac- West is concerned" is the TIME INJURIES TODAY' I i THAN EVER OVER PROSPECTS OF SECURING
ment of a visitor who iI
tical joke-or it have been state-I I
l may winters in Key West and is LOAN TO FINANCE PROJECT;
the act of some disgruntled person today I
a regular meeting of the and completely District Five of the 'Florida
I Mayor Harry Galey
City Council last night, a reso- in Key West WPA officials The remark was made after read 1 I A very interesting talk was FINAL ACTION EXPECTED WHEN PRESIDENT
State Senator Arthur Gomez are f I Works Progress Administrationhad made at the Rotary Club luncheon -i
ing the letter
lution was adopted in conjunction opined this morning.Late following :
with the Thanksgiving spirit planning to leave within the next than "Lured by your attractive advertising -I i next to the lowest number today by Enrique Esquinaldoof I RETURNS TO WASHINGTON
few days for Jacksonville and Tuesday more 100 I '
bearing on the approaching intrigued by the maga-! of lost time injuries per 1000 the San Carlos Institute who
Washington to interview officials) names on the call bulletin board 1 1
served of the members of
Thanksgiving Day event in which fine stories concerning Key West's i:workers during the month of Oci as one
relative to increase in .
thanks was tendered the WPA or- for workers an on WPA projects wages in'I at the brick garage, corner Ofl valiant comeback and deeply in-i! tober. a bulletin received from the a .a West commission and Monroe representing Key .rrtal S's..hi.11(l.Hr. (PAIL..rre._MATS ."..t .t The ("'ti_
ganization in Key West state Simonton and Greene terested in Ernest Hemingway's i t county, who recently -
Monroe county. State office today shows. WASHINGTON D. C. Nov.
interviewed high officialsof 21.-Following a
units and also President Roose- were torn from the board, publicity stuff, I am writing forjj
!! At a meeting held last week In Key West, there have been f Cuba in the matter of cooperation -
velt and all federal for I information.
agencies with committee members of the t to the cemetery and there de- 1 I I in the conference with President Franklin D. Roosevelt ,
of the lines yes-
I. 1.30 accidents 1000 workers securing
the help extended Key West in its | "Kindly let me know the low-} per
I '.
workmen the question of an increase l posited into the wall. There t 1 of communication between Cuba
rehabilitation jest cost for adults| with District Three the '
program. possible two only one terday Representative J. Mark\ Wilcox dc
was discussed' at length I I ; and the United States
Embodied in the resolution, I. were so many names posted, it | who wish to rent a place for.!with fewer-1.29 per 1000 work- through
which conveys thanks to Almighty and from many angles and it was was impossible to have them all housekeeping whose tastes are' i j' Key West as before the Labor dared he is "more encouraged than at previou -
I II I decided that inasmuch as it was ) ) ers. District One stood highest; Day storm. any
God for all blessings bestowed! within the enclosed i simple in the extreme, but who '
glass boardRemoval I
I i not within the province of the I with 5:49 accidents 1000 He told of the efforts
forth I
upon Key West and its inhabit-, {require three things very definite-, per i I put l point in the negotiations" for a federal loan to
I of the I.
local administrator to do any- names means< workers. by the committee to interest the
ants, was an expression of thanks i 'j ly. Comfortable beds, open fireplace I II III f
I thingin the matter those higher that approximately 100 who Cuban officials in using their influence
men -
to all who may have in anyway J' and view of either gulf or The figures indicate that the nance construction of the Overseas Highway bridge
'up would have to be requested to ,I for restoration of railroad I
might have worked
contributed to Key West's efforts Wednesday ocean. intensive safety campaign which I f

toward reconstruction and ex- .decide.Mayor uaiey saw ne expected. I were deprived of that work officials i "Am acquainted with Palm has been conducted here in connection service north which between automatically Key West and helps the j J The President Representative Wilcox said,

council presses the body hearty and officials gratitude in of gen-the to leave by plane Sunday and go I pointed out; and Key West I j and Beach Homestead.Miami, Fort Think Lauderdale Fort':!!. with the WPA program 1 I the business between Key West took with him to Warm Springs, Georgia, several
I by train to Jacksonville and then lost at least $150 in salaries has netted-effective results. ; end the Island Republic.
eral in all matters pertaining to
to Washington. Senator Gomez which might have come into the Lauderdale the almost perfect'place. i He said every possible contact special reports on the bridge which
the subject. What The fewer the accidents, it was! project, wrc
have to offer in
plans to make of the by, city and been you ] made the
part trip spent here. i I was by commision, which
A letter from T. B.
ready "
i pointed out at the WPA offices
competition. j
:automobile and will leave over,I was given of wholehearted government
Bennett, tax agent of the Florida'I I assurance prepared by departments at his request.
he highway tomorrow Satur-i this morning, the less time lost in
or cooperation the
East Hotel Coast company Railway requesting company a and reduction -!. day and meet the mayor on his I RED CROSS DRIVE 'TWO CASES ARE I 1:from employment, and the more 'i, sition. The other members propo-of the i I i l He also took with him a mass of data presented

of the tax assessment j arrival in Miami.I I money coming into Key West.I'I commission were William H. Ma-
I the railway property and hotel on I Two members of the workmen's I FOR MEMBERSHIPS t I Although compensation for lost lone, former mayor of Key West I by Mr.\ Wilcox. The departmental reports include
committee are also to make the DISPOSED OF IN { ; j I and Carl Bervaldi, chairman of
holdings as well. I time .is paid alter the. third day,:
The to reduce the I trip and it is expected that Foster I J I the! Monroe'County CommissionI one from the PWA, and one from Army engineers,
request was
"and-Dewey Riggs will LACKS INTEREST !it doea not equal the wages which! .
assessment erty from $550,000 on We ra1w.prop to $400,000-,I be chosen This had not been 1 1I [ CRIMINAL COURT the 4 employe? would receive if on I I I Visitors at the meeting includ- I the latter definitely known to be favorable, Mr. Wilcox -

+ decided up to this afternoon, it the job. i j i ed Capt. Frank F. Knibelly of i i
and to reduce the hotel fizur
I i was learnelI : That is one of the reasons for Coral Gables; L. G. Soubewoski '? said. The President Washington last night.
from $180,000 to $166,000. BAKER. HEAD
I I I ONE DEFENDANT CHARGED. the safety campaign and the oth-i i j of Newark, N. J.; Carl Bervaldi !
clerk wai instructed to notify Mr. I I' | is to at work .i |:F Final action on the bridge loan .will be taken
Bennett that the matter will be:,+ MAKING SURVEY OF PUBLICITY, SAYS KEY: WITH ASSAULT AND BAJ'-, er keep every one be''; Enriqr.e Esquinaldo Frank Bent-1 j
so that the WPA program can ley and A. C. Tanner.ORCHESTRAS.
I attended to as soon as the coun- WEST WAY SHORT OF (I, "about the time the President back around December
carried to completion. gets.
cil has time to go'over the tax I I
roll for the current ar. OF RESULTS OF QUOTA SET I II I! .
y II FOR PETTY LARCENY ON 1, Mr.. Wilcox stated. -. -
Mayor Harry C. Galey and City I LOCAL GROUPS 'I I i I '
Attorney Arthur II. Gomez ad TOURIST r "It's use a question.of finding! the ;'
SEASON money now,
dressed the board to the effect ,I Mrs. Harry M. Baker, in charge [ CLYDEMALLORYSHIPSOPULARI!I
that they were planning to leave I --- i|, of publicity for the Red Cross: Felix Gibson pleaded guilty to I VIEW ANIMALS I the congressman' said. The favored: plan, h.e stated, is
: a charge of assault and battery I I
on Saturday for Jacksonville and Membership Drive now being i iI i .1 y r
Washington! on official business, SURVEY OF BENEFITS DURING I conducted in Key West feels''I and Allan Brown acknowledged ONSA CUBA !|1 I for the RFC to loan enough to make up fifty-five
guilt to of
charge petty larcenyat
and a request was made to have that not enough interest is being a "
Fire Chief Harry Baker make the CURRENT SEASON ISi+ taken in the movement. I a session of criminal court this I i iI j i I! percent of the total, with the PWA allotting

trip with them as far as Jackson- PART OF RESEARCH PRO.]I This is manifested Mrs. Baker morning. Judge J. Vining Harris FURNISH VERY LATEST OFSEASON'S :'
vil'e for the purpose of taking "P i told The Citizen in a reading oft sentenced the offenders to 60 SHETLAND PONIES HORSES)I I 1 i the other forty.five. percent The alternative plan is
JECT OF WPA UNIT days each to date from the day of 1 POPULAR DANCE!
I the matter of :securing a fire er- : the roll which to date carries but DOGS MONKEYS AND MANY'OTHER ,
. gine for Key West with the beads I II I 111 names, while the quota for arrest. MUSIC AND OTHER EXCEL. for the PWA to handle the whole amount.
of the WPA in that city. The engine i i Key West is placed at 400. The case of Charles L. Sawyer, ANIMALS FOR CIRCUS .
in question is the one that is In an effort to know definitely'I I J I In former years Key West at charged with assault and battery LENT SELECTIONS Jesse Jones, RFC chairman, has been publicly
now at Homestead and was for-I the results and benefits of thej; this period of the drive was always was ordered nol pressed. I EN ROUTE TO CUBA
merly used by the veterans on the tourist season to Key \Vei% the]:. well along toward filling the The court then ordered a recess quoted as saying he favors the bridge project and
Florida Keys and which it is local district office of the Florida quota and this discrepancy is' until 10 o'clock tomorrow Orchestras that play nightly
WPA is constant.1 morning.At Several parties of Key,Westers, will do all he can to help it along.
!said was promised to be turned conducting a what makes the lack of interest "for dancing and give concerts
over to the Key West Fire Department survey during tHe' c'i!rent season so noticeable this year, it was I- ;. yesterday's session Sidney were at the dock this morning to! daily throughout the trip are extremely -I "
but which was, however as part of the research! project I pointed out.However .charged with theft of a view the troop of Shetland ponies,!i. popular with passengers "I'd like to make a more definite statement,

taken to Homestead shortly which is now under way.. there is still a week boat on, the Keys pleaded guilty horses, dogs, monkeys ''and birds'|sailing to New York via the Mr. Wilcox said.
"But I can't
., after the hurricane on the The necessity of a comprehensive to go as the drive ends with to.. the charge and was sentencedto en route to Havana to become apart I cruise-way aboard the large, until everything is
keys. Mayor Galey and Attorney I survey which will show the f Thanksgiving Day next week and]I ,60. days from date of arrest. of the Santos and Artigas modern liners of the Clyde-Mal- settled"

Gomez are making every effortto kind of tourists coming here, the'' those in charge of the work are The boat was, recovered. circus for the winter season. lory Lines!, it has been found.

complete arrangements to take I t I time they are spending, and other hoping they will be doubly thank-I I On a charge of petty larceny'' On the vessel were Fred Brad- These orchestras furnish the J Concerning his conference with the President
along the fire chief! provided the 1 I; pertinent information is being I ful on that day by being Eddie Carey pleaded Ii 'na, equestrian director of Ring- very latest of the season's most ,

necessary: !! funds are secured to sought in the study. announce completion af the Key :i received sentence of 42 days from: 1 land Brothers circus, and 29 popular dance musir and arrange he said: "You can't come from the White House and
finance the trip. I I Hotels, apartment houses, and West quota. I I date of arrest. He was arrested II j 1 other members of the Ringling classical concerts from an extensive : -!

After disposing of a few oth-I rooming and boarding houses are I Those who have not been approached just that number of days past I 'Brothers personnel), also en route repertory. This feature and quote the President on anything, but it;seems obvious
er matters of a routine nature i being asked! to give their coopera- and may not be con- and was released. I II to Havana to become a unit of the other shipboard activities combines)

the meeting was ordered adjourn I' tion to the survey. I IiGREATLY tacted before next Thursday, are I same shows. to make the cruise-way an en joy-j I that he must be greatly interested in this project -
I II requested to send their member- STR. When" the big show goes into able travel experience. .
I PLEASED I ships to Miss Ethel Pauline Greenat 1 CUBA HAS r winter quarters, some of the,units Sailings from Charleston t! or he would not have requested these reports,
ed.FREIGHT i in Plaza Res- join other organizations in the
!1 headquarters Saturdays and Mondays,
STEAMER taurant. i I 41 warm countries and remain until Jacksonville Wednesdays from Fridays -j i nor would he have taken them with him on his

WITH KEY WEST I PASSENGERS the Spring when the travel season ., and Sundays, from Miami.'.
:I opens in the states.BEACON Tuesdays and alternate Saturdays,i!! Thanksgiving

GOESTOJORFOLKi! PLANE CARRIES I I VESSEL ARRIVES FROM TAM- provide the only direct all-water; --0. ____ __ ___ _.

,| VISITORS OF LAST YEAR EX- PA AND LEAVES LATER CHANGES service to New York. Automobile:j vacation"I

by one or more pas-i'
YESTERDAY WITH EN- I I I ARE MADE KNOWNWilliam is available via i
ING THIS SEASON Steamship Cuba of the P. and stingers Clyde- HOME OF LOWES: DIED LAST NIGHT
GINE TROUBLE. !. a full passenger list the "O. S. S. company, arrived this Mallory Lines at extremely low i
MJklM rates
regardless of size
plane for Miami left 4 o'clock! morning from Tampa with three or weight. I
"We enjoyed our visit of four yesterday afternoon. Those leaving first class passengers: for Key W Demeritt superintendent !+
Steamship Cardinal Americanof i months in Key West last year and::I were: West; 35 first and one second i of lighthouses in this FOUR MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs.: Walter Lowe, Jr" : FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE

the American Foreign StVani1fchip : !" we are anxious to visit again this Mabel Shiver :Meyer Swartz I I class passenger for Havana. ,'district, announces changes I of Ashe street, announce the birth: :
corporation. sailed. -,8,30 I year," writes Mrs. Catherine :Mc- Thomas R. Matthews, George W. The vessel also brought 38.'.i at Alligator Reef Light to a group of fine CONDUCTED TOMORROW
o'clock last night for Norfolk!!| Keown of Flushing, ?C. Y., to the Gibbs Joe Soyaras, George Garrison -I tons of freight and 97 sacks of t:flashing every 40 seconds, LICENSES ISSUED; girl in the who home will yesterday be given the name AFTERNOON

Va., with a cargo of potash fromTexas WPA housing department. Arthur Swain. Wallace ;: mail for Key West, six tons of :i ii flashes of one second each 41 of Eleanor.

City Texas. !I| "The charm of that little town Conn Vernon Waunett, Ralph i j:! freight and 66 sacks of mail for eclipses: of 4 seconds each and i Mrs Mary Lowe was before marriage

The ship arrived in port yesterday -'. was only exceeded by the hospitality Coleman, Walter H. Roberts,,i] Havana. eclipse of 24 seconds. t THESE WERE FOR MONTH UP, Miss Laura Mae Albury. Mother James Efeworth Meddlen, V:;,
morning with engine. and courtesy of its residents Ross C. Sawyer Frank Archer!I! Steamer Ozark of the Clyde- It is also stated that the red TO DATE: NONE IN are reported doing
trouble and anchored in the' ," the writer continues and Dan Navarro. Mabel Coles. Alex; I i!I Mallory Lines is due to arrive in :sectors will be restored and the PAST WEEK I daughter died 11W .Vfock lad night 1.1

stream. Divers from the Wrecking asks how it will be possible to get I Molchanoff, Eugene Poitoas. I j I j port tomorrow evening from'Jacksonville '.1 temporary light discontinued. nicely. the.Mercedes hwpiUL. Funeral
Tug Warbler were taken to: here with the railroad destroyed i i and Miami en route to Activities in the marriage I
the ship to make an investiga--'and the highway "out of commisi -]{ New Orleans. Key West nil ; t services wftl be held 4 o'clock tomorrows -
J WHEN IN MIAMI- were throughout'
tion.The i sion." j I Be Sure To See ; Freighter Colorado, of the same" FRL-SAT. SPECIAL the entire week, not one applica: afternoon free the Lopez
trouble was discovered.The .+: Mrs. McKeown is being sent line, is scheduled to arrive Mon- ,CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK lion permit to wed being received :1 $ M ab1 Funeral Hm chapeL Rev. James
divers submerged and plug- booklets and being advised that MARTIN KEYat day morning from New York en
: ; and ORANGE LAYER I!during that period at County! of First Bapttat church will
ged the outside main condenseroutlet the ferries are in operation and a REX'S BAR '. rout to Tampa. This vessel's; 35c Judge Hugh Gnnn's office ana k.4UH Day
CAKES only ;(
engineers of the Cardinal' welcome awaits them this year as 13Ik Street N. MUm! Ave.A. [regular arriving time is Sundays There have been but four issues -I WHISKIES AND GINS i officiate.
made the necessary repairs ijit l j did when they arrived last seal C. (Daa) D*.:.l. (but this week she left New York MALONEY & PEACOCK j I during the month to date the it The leceased is rvived by hu
, the ship sailed for its destination..1 son. I some hours late. 1(records show. t mother, Mr*. Eliza ){8ftItO.

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HIGHWAY MAINTENANCEWe ................................................. ,. -'program for building homes on .................111..1.

. tP tatst C'w n )I 1 "You're Supposed To Keep*Right On Ridin' KEY WEST IN \ the Meaeham property. Six t Today'sAnniversaries
structures are to be started at
l1ally r tcep Sand' By do not vouch for the correctnessof Will Rogers Told Fred Stone After Pulling \
of which will be
TUB CITIZEN PIPL1SI1IM C0. ISC.l I DAYS GONE BY I once, one opposite
.. ... his but recent writer declares Him Off A Horse With A Polo Mallet the naval biological station. t
P. ART If AN. Pr .t a I (
Happonisigs Here J..t 10 Years i iA ........................
JOB ALLKLX. AuUtut' Bwia*_ Mmfn i that 100,000 miles of hard surfaced American ................................................. (. Today A. Take FroM { 1694 Voltaire, famous Frenth
From The Citizen BcI' Ing I
Corner Green and Ana Streets highways must be reconstructed in :, Will Rogers was a many sided at my bedside trying to joke and The FiU. Of Ta.. Citizen ), The apartment house movementnow philosopher, bora. Died. May 30.
friend-a friend in need and a I telling' me I never looked funnier on in Key West is one of the t 1778.
Only Dally Newst-tper In lien: W .t and Monroe the next two or three years, or they will be friend in deed-says Fred Stone I tried to joke back through Frank H. Ladd was yesterday most vitally important propo i.1'
Count!'- theatrical star and one of R.. ers'l teeth wireJ together: because of chosen tions which has ever become be-!' 178S-((10 years ) Wil.wro
unfit for Some engineers estimate 1 as a special representativeto ago
Sntered: at Key West, Florida a; -end claw matter intimates. + a cricked jaw. Will always made contact officials 01" the Florida fore the people of this city. If Key:;: Beaumoat, array and St. Lou
----FIFTrMVTH3f y..h that within 15 years most of our present : lie relates several incident I you want to joke! and smile. How East Coast Railway and P. and O. West keeps pace with other cities urgeon, whose experiments: ul
portraying sidelight on Rogers' he was! I know what a apartment houses are a neceswty.
game the stomach of Canadian outKhi
S. the with >
S. Company in north a
....*.. of tile A.t Pre. highways will have to be rebuilt. tfe. supreme effort it cost him to try view' to, securing better service' The great majority of tourists dot| the 18W, were America s

the.-r Associated r-ra l bcatloa Pre.of all Is new M'liJvely >r not otherwUe credit IB this paper aad also stage entrance of the Knicker-I his tears for he had the tenderest made and action taken at for these the apartment house cine, born at Lebanon, Conn
-the. local sets published asrs. the situation the prospect is rather dis- bocker Theater, New York City, I heart in the world. cial meeting of the Key a West spe- i is most desirable. This is the Died in St. Louis, April 25, 185 .
'Are I'm "When he left to to New statement of a man who IMS
Fred Stone Will.
couraging. It appears that most of our you go I Chamber
Comynerce yesterday ; .
EttlCRIAL Rogers.' That was all. A hand-) York to start his rehearsal he. travelled all over the country and ; 1787-Sxaei: Canard Engl.]; h
}: 1fNAJlONAl \TlON highways will be ruined before they are shake-a friendship formed that 'said, 'I'll take caee of Dorothy, afternoon. Trains not arriving has been connected filth a numberof steanwhftp fWB fer, born in N<>vaS

::::: .rt 1935 paid for as most road bond issues still I was to last many happy years. 1 I j Fred. I ain't j-jmin* to take your on time are, and suffered other by irregularitieswhich the travel- movements for the bettermentof sia. DiM April !!\. 18f
- J111IM.HIPTIOV; HATES "Watching him advance was a place. I'll do he best I can butI housing conditions in different'cities.
one Tear __ .. it.solkr. have many years to run before maturity. !thrill, too and under- can't dance. All I do is ling public will be taken up for I 1818-Lewis H. Morgan, t-e
Rlx Months '-= ::....:::: :=- ==.::::::=== anyone can can discussion and request made that: II ,
Rochester. X. Y.. lawyer wh
2.I stand this knew 1
who Bill. gab.
, MonthsJne ..._.. There is no doubt that their rapid de- these conditions be corrected i I
| practice to make studies
Month :i0: "The most vivid memory is of "I knew he would make a big ji gave up
-Weekly, -== terioration is due largely to the damage the time he went with me to the hit and he did. It was the biggest 'I Artie McCann of Philadelphiahas of the American Indian and
ADVERTISING RATES Clyde Potts consulting sanitary been booked to meet Kid Indioof known as Hetty Green. Amen,a a
I bedside of my Dad and I saw my personal success maJe in the the-
-Made known on application. caused by unreasonably heavy trucks and I father's joy because. he was there. :,, ater in many years but more im- engineer of New York appearedat Key West Thanksgiving afternoon celebrated financierwho left an

SPECIAL NOTICE busses. These destructive vehicles not How it> cheered him thru the few i, portant than even that was tSe a meeting cf city council last'': at the Athletic Club. Ypunjr estate of over 1109.000,000,
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of I remaining hours of his 'ife! j I tender expression of his friendship night and discussed the installa-' Reeder know it as the fighting: kid born at New Bedford Mass. Diedin
respect obituary notices, etc. will b* charged for at only break roads and 1 I i from will meet Oscar Fri
weaken tion
up our our "The he stood bedside. of a permanent sewerage sys- Chicago New- York City: Jaly 3, 191G.
the rate!! of 10 cents a line.Notices gayest memory is of our j! as at my '1
for entertainments by churches from which bridges, but are a nuisance and a menace first polo game. A friend of That: Eves: forever in my memory. tem in Key West. Recent legislative -;i 1 ta. Other bouts with some good(
ft revenue Is to .be derived are i cents a line. I bless Will action has made a pipe line scrappers will round out a perfect i' 1835-Rose Eytmge. temperamental -
ours loaned ponies and instructed "God Rogers.
Th. "itizen is an open forum and Invites discussion us 1
of public Issues and subjects of local or general to all other traffic.No us in the game. Bill : possible. Mr. Potts said "the basis program. ||i ctrew York and
Interest but it will not publish anonymous communi Millions have of every city is a complete sewerage -) -- I 1 Portland. Oregon teacher of al'< '.
cations. one would object to the use of the came thundering after the ball i; now an oppor-
i riding me off. His polo mallet' tunity to contribute to the mem- system and the future of Key I With every member of the team I 1 I ing. author born in Philadelphia.
roads by trucks of reasonable size and : hooked in mine and he dragged''1' ary of Will Rogers. Famous West rests on_its water and sewerjage 1 I: featured in the scoring column I'| Died in New York, 1>*<. 20. I'.M!
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST weight but the enormous ones which now me lackward end off my horseas friends have organized The WillRogers facilities.'* Mr.'Potts said he'I[: the Exchangeites Club easily defeated -i{ .
I had foolishly the Memorial Commission. It) believes that when Key West has'! ': 1851-Cardinal Mereier. BelTram's
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN infest the highways should be abolished. put strapsof ,, the Triangles last night by
the mallet about my wrist and is hoped every one 1 ghQ" jrnfied I ample water and sewerage facili- a score of 59 to 31. Lovers of! heroic prelate born. Dil
Legislation to this end is in
being adopted ties its beach developments will Jan. 23, 192 .
a.o;' I landed! on the ground Will with Rogers will come ,forward I basketball were disappointed as;
some states, and t while the truckmen are drawled, 'Say, Fred! in this game wit! a subscription!: |Ttk! \\lt(oV outstrip any seashore city in the, they expected a fast and furious
1. Water and Sewerage. Tom Horn noted Wetern
protesting they have no one but themselves you're. supposed to keep right on send it to your hawkir"" any 1 country. i,;1 game. j' -
2. Bridges to complete Toad\ to Main to blame. rid!n. !j;:. bank-or the coupon found 1 I I government Apache war
stout and deputy
"The most thrilling: memory is'. elsewhere in this issue of The A spectacular parade was
land. By trying to "hog"' the roads and de. : of my first plane trip. It was a. Citizen to send your subserlpti.nto staged in Key West today by the f 1 Part of the earth's oxygen supply -[ sheriff and tectrre.. born near

J. Free Port. stroy them at the same time they have little I night across! the continent to see';|I this office. Every cent *uhr Sparks Circus and the streets i 1 is manufactured by growing'. Memphis, Me. Hanged for murder -.
20 1901.WILL
plants. at Cheyenne Nev
Bill. I rcribed will be used for memorials through which the procession ,
;| I
4, Hotels and Apa.-ti.;ente cause for complaint if the taxpayers '
1 "The most tender memory H : to be selected by Henry Ford, passed were thronged with people.t _.__
5. Bathing Pavili'+n.y demand protection for the highways they when I looked through heavy Herbert Hoover. Alfred E. Smith. There were six elephants, several ,

6. Airports-LfcC.1 and S'a. have built at such a burdensome ex bandages as I lay in the hospital I I Will II. Hays, Jesse H. Jones) tigers, several lions and a great!i
at New- London. Conn., after my Owen D. Young, Vice President number of beautiful horses and:I ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
7. Consolidation of County and City pense. plane crash. Bill was grinning:i 1 I John N. Garner and other men Shetland ponies. The shows will!I Local Committee for Key West
Governments. but the tears were running down I 1 I end women of national prestigeand perform at the railroad yards in i t i
i his cheeks. Dear old Bill! He respect. The memorials will! the of the Armour plant at'' !
PRESS RIGHTS UPHELD had rear 'I Date........__........_.....__ _?_.___
wired me be would come and depend on the number of frier.d.iwho the foot of Caroline street. i I'
Another paradox is that only slavesto -r take my place in Mr. Dillingham's contribute-but.they will be s
production of 'Three: Cheers,' used for charitable educational I TO THE EDITOR:
art become its master. Another effort to muzzle the press Editorial comment:The Englishman F
has failed in Texas, where a judge fined which was ready! to go into re- '' and humanitarian purposes. There who recently tried to drown > Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
hearsal.; I had them phone Mr. will be no cold shaft of marble himself and stopped because the :I .
We Americans are entirely too care- six Houston newspaper men for contemptof Dillingerham in New York who :,: to honor the memory of this: water was too cold, is like the t memory of one of our most beloved and useful
court because they published reportsof communicated with Bill and in a trarm, friendly man. They will !
Irishman who started to hang him- citizens I enclose herewith contribution of
less and we pay for it with human liv... I few days Bill flew East. He stood ,:be living continuing memOti 's. my
a murder trial in violation of his order 1 1I self and stopped because the
... .. choked him. ___________to the Will Rogers Memorial i
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not to do so.Three .
The real character comes to the sur- I Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
managing editors were fined The :Monroe Meat Market, 510:,
face when a man's pocket-book is af 11 others from West and will without
.. $100 each and three reporters $25 each, Ir| TODAY'S WEATHER ] Fleming street, will open for business !- Key go any
fected. which all refused to pay. They were or- Il under new ownership and:; deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
management on Monday morning;
dered into technical custody of the sheriff November 23. With the largest i, expended, also without any deduction as the He
When people on relie_ are permittedto but released writs of'habeas partly overcast weather tonight! and most modern market equipment I morial Committee determine. I
insult i were on corpus Highest ....____.. .__...._.._.._.-_80 and Friday. ; may
honest law-abiding and taxpaying in the city the Monroe will '
I pending appeal. Lowest ...n....._____-.._____..__66 handle all lines of fresh meats
citizens, it is time to call a halt. I Name ____ .._ ..
A few days ago the Court of Criminal Mean __._____..___._.______.____...73 WEATHER: CONDITIONS and other classes of meats and ---seas.--

Appeals ruled that newspapers have a Normal Mean ________.....,-..........73RalnUll products found in up to date establishments -: Address -.____ .._
Youngsters will probably be diligent constitutional right to print proceedings of Pressure is moderately low this of this kind. I

in spreading the news that a New York criminal trials--a right which can not be Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. morning over the Lake region The Oversea Finance company I N3SPECIALOFFER

father dropped dead while his Normal Precipitation __.. .06 Ins. :aid: upper Mississippi Valley, Detroit II
spanking; abridged by the courts. It declared that .. this week announced a complete
'Tbs. ....r.. *-..... S-l-kcur Intel Mich., 29.72 inches and I
son. "in the nature of things the proceedings of ....,.1C at h .' I_" thin mt.r..... '
Tomorrow Almanac relatively low in southern and I ; ,. ;; :;4
public trials constitute news which news- western '
Texas Abilene, 29.92 .4T. ''III''III.I..IIT.I
Sun rises .......-...___.6:49 a. m.t t CI"I. '
Evolution will probably produce bet- papers have the right to publish in inform- Sun sets .m._________...... 5:38 p. inches; while moderate high pressure -

ter brains says: a scientist. Good news, if ing the public of current events." :Moon rises .______....... 3:39 a. m'l ; areas overspread the Atlantic -
East Gulf and Plains
we must continue to be ed by a brain It was pointed out that a court could Moon sets ..'"h,.'''.''''- 3:12 p. m.1 Washington, D. C., and Pensa-

trust. order a change of venue to protect the accused Tomorrow.* Tides cola, 30.08 inches and Williston,
A.M. P.M. N. D. 30.16 inches. rain
and that the law offers wide latitudefor High m___.--._.._. 7:41 7:09 and snow has occurred during the

Advertisers sometimes Lave a faKe determining whether jurors hold Low ...............".". 1:15 12:45 last 24 hours from the Dakotas
idea of modesty and hesitate to herald the opinions that would influence a verdict. Itaromelcr & a. m. today oartward over the! Lake region, MOUNT VE&NQNIMl
Sea level 30.01.WEA1MEK I but elsewhere east of the Plains
quality of their merchandise and the After declaring the privilege of writ- 1
Stiles generally fair weather has I
service of their organization. ing opinions was accorded and protectedby FORECASTTill prevailed. Temperatures have .

the bill of rights, the court said: I fallen somewhat throughout most

Physicians often revive a body "This guaranty is also embodied in the ( 8 p. m., Friday) t States of the Atlantic and in the and Dakotas East Gulf and ?3&I

through blood transfusion. Adverting constitutions of the several American states Key West and Vicinity: General :Minnesota with heavy frost this

frequently resuscitates a dying business. and in the first amendment to the Constitution .- Kief i tonight and Friday:?:! morning in northern GcoTfisrartd .

However, there is no earthly use to shoot of the United States." not much change in temperature;!! have risen in the West t. Gulf '
gentle shifting winds.FlorilalGenerally. ,.and, southern Plaills'Sta .eswit1;
hemoglobins I -
a I
corpse. -
) \ fair tonight j)[ readings above normal in' .these
a SHOULD A DOCTOR KILL? 'and Friday; ; not much change in i!i districts. '-

What some American people seem to : temperature. ,' 'I (I. S. KKNNEPYti, ," .i '

have forgotten, and what Mussolini has en- A London doctor admits that he has Jacksonville to Florida and East Gull: Gentle shifting I
tirely ignored, is that when n l'aded i taken life on five different occasions involving winds over 1-south portion and gentle -i I Canaries which never heard'another N '

Ethiopia she violated a treaty with the a newly born baby "clearly doomed -1. to moderate northeast or east l j[ bird sing have learned spon :

United States. When II Duce asked an to imbecility," and four adults winds over north portion and, taneously.

American newspaper woman .shy the Am- I flicted with incurable diseases. at-I ---, -- - -

erican people sided with Ethiopia, she His admission has started a warm

could have given him that for an an- cussion regarding the possible recognitionof CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF

swer. the right of the medical profession to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

I do so in other similar cases. Opinion, as
Don't criticize the banks too much for always, is divided. Many doctors assert F-

not lending money. If it weren't for the that it is impossible to forecast the futurein a. at the cl.. of basinets; November 1, 1935, .' O I
Call ;
money which the banks ar lending the regard to the human body and that the Comptroller's '

federal government, much ot the PWA, taking of life U always wrong. Others RESOURCESLoans n

WPA, CCC, FERA and so forth would support the British medical man's attitude. and Investments $ 304,746.10

be Overdrafts ...____..__._ 89.14
without" to
qUickly funds.
According The average citizen will probably be Sankine Hon *. Furnitureand II

per cent of the entire f'"dral debt Stock of the Federal Re-
as compared facing prolonged agony without hope of serve Bank ... 4,500.00Temporary I

with only 15.34 peitctat back in recovery, would willingly give up life if Federal Deposit -

1920, when the rre- '..pression debt reached not prevented from doing so by religious United States Insurance Govern-Fund 1,954.01

its peak.-Sanford Herald."A views. ment Obligations direct -
and fully guaranteed _
.... $602,788.13Other
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nurse fcr every T urse" i* the 2h- THE REAL POWER Marketable Bonds .
jective of the public health: nursing pro- and Securities ___ 178,668.49 0 SET, consisting of 4 Pfates,_4 Cereals l 4 Cups
Cash and due from Banks 277,578.33LJ 1059035.00 '
gram of the American Red Cross. Good The League of Nations if recall last
t l you $1,404,245.01' 4 Saucers, they at per set $1.00 t
health for is
everyone a community responsibility -t was impotent when Japan decided to appropriate -

; if adequate nursing care can- }I some of the Chinese republic.

not be provided by the family funds must !I The same League was just as power- (.apital .._--_..-_x.--_'----_ _$ 100,000.0*' South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
be found elsewhere. Peed Cross member- less when Mussolini inaugurated his march Surplus and Undivided Profits 64,207.16
hip dollars collected in the from'Armistice 'i Deposits ..- 1,240,037.85$1,404,245.01q j
period into Ethiopia except for the British fleet,
Day to Thanksgiving! finance j' poised in the Mediterranean.This Phcze 598 White and Eliza)' Streets S

his as well as all other services' of the American j'I is, we think, a very patent demonstration I I
Member of Federal Reserve System "Your home is worthy of the best"PAG
Red Cross. Enrol1 again in thisyear's of the necessity for power to back Ia :.
I Membor Federal Deposit lasvraBco Corporation;
roll call campajg; u | up machinery designed to establish peace. : -. ]I[\ (II'.I'.IlIIIIIIIIII.I'I.IT.JTI'.I.1J;

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S uit f.3:1- \OTICR or wcnTsw's s.LB
Jeanne ; FEED BUSINESS NOTICE 1* HfCREBT! (;n". x. tha-
1 by e..l.w..r..a dowmasn .+ under and by virtue of and JUI r.Itu."t .
to that certain decree marie
I SPORTSBELL ) and entered on the lath dat ..'
8"NOPBI.! 1I.a... Poen.leor1kMd lug to take the word of the other i .Ian. A. I>. lt21. by the Hon-ral...
keen lop *cr For A. Einhorn Jefferson K. Brnwa .
Itgnllt adopted two and= he many years J 4g>- .f th
"," .*. would. hav nker men shrugged his Circuit Court of the TwMiti-f ,
itt* (*rtr Mare ,..,_. 4* 4.W.rked shoulders and tossed his hands out. operator of Einhorn's Grocery, Judicial Circuit of Monro Count
out aotc *er. Xnne's "faflier Florida. In
Chancery In .;.
palms that crrtai
tlrft dror her from Lowe tktFantirortht' up."I has been conducting a wholesaleand cause therein pending i
: wherein R.i
I* now 4tk tk untie. lamllf of eke old wonder." mused Anne softly, "1 retail feed business in connection c H. Kntwistle ia
,eras.. Tccia Xoril. rt Usl/ , wonder If Luke anticipated trouble O Randall Adam. Jr.. and Su- .
planning to try to tad out w o thtnlln -- - -- I with grocery. The Adams his wife are def.ndante.
with Rob Crocker before his death?
i*. mnd total wriatu planked the nadersifnied Special :Ma"'-r m.
ben in Late fanavorth'tmb.4 "I've wondered that I .......................s st feed department has now been Chancery, appointed by aatd dei-r. .
tra.*. .. wrote wig wkfca too. Well. BUOYS TAMED, DIAMONDBALL :;located in a building of its own will offer for sale and sell a' pui.ioutcry ; ,.
Apparently and is in .c
directly front of the
e/ is Ai* STANDINGS i crib .
ew any ikar. will fire me. 1 hope 111 see you this LEAGUE before the front dour of th
realta. corner Duval and Olivia County Court House I. .
I 1 grocery Key W. q
evening but tomorrow I'll be over WILD CATS 6 TO 0 I GAME TONIGHT streets. Monroe' County Florida, on

to help with the house"That's ." ; December z.*. A. D. vas (same l I.< _
Chapter 24 JOVE) I Einhorn's Feed Store carries ng a rule day of pfd Court ana a
nice of 'ou.Anne I I -* j! legal sale lay)
some of the best and most na- trartnc the iigai
BREAKERS AHEAD answered wishing he would tell her I eeeeeeeeeeeeoeooeeeeeeee ----- hour of _I. to-wit between 1 11)
BAKERS WILL TACKLE OLD tionally advertised brands of feed O'clock
In the
more of conditions the fisher ROSAM ALLOWED ONLY TWO p I 1 forenoon and 2 U. lo -,
ANNE awakened early the next among SENIOR LEAGUE in the cocuntry, Purina in the GIVE A PRISONER AN INCH ia the afternoon of said day. th..
men. Then she looked at him and | I following
morning. but even then found smiled. "Only. I'm afraid np I'm learning HITS IN WHITEWASH.ING j I Club- W. L. Pet. r RIVALS. EMBALMERS AT checkered bags, and Big Diamond AND HE'LL BREAK THE RULE!/ satisfy aM described decree by property payment t.of>

the two older boys just tearing. and to depend upon you too much OPPOSITION i Bakers ...,...+-..-......... 2 0 t.1OO} BAYVIEW PARK FIELDBy poultry and dairy feeds.A. the In amounts:Monroe therein apenfied

with them John Neamaa.Nlkkf John. I Lopez Funeral Home 1 1 .506 l I Einhorn's Grocery is one of Part of UoTcrnnent County Lot Florida I. *>..._;

John who had started down the Firemen .._......_.......1 1 .500 Key West's largest and most t'lon 9, Township C3 South.
he said will 1'.1'.6'111.11..6TO
yon run up ... .. 0 2 .000 prominent groceries. It featuresthe Range It East of Tallahassee
and looked back.
steps paused "Not :):Meridian
to the bouse with moment I! JOVE described a follows
me a 1 (By JOVE) ==:= ( ) :
best in high grade groceries SUBSCRIBERS Commencing
too much to please me.Nikkl. he re very at the Southeast
Together they climbed the stairway The fourth split schedule of A very interesting game always : "rner of
torted. wish .. but if wishes of standard brands fresh Lot Two
to stand at the top. wind the Social Diamondball Leaguefor tesults when the league leadership -:' (2) Section' Kiftht <*> Tovinahip
fruits and
fishes vegetables.
whisking about them tuning the firs I Beginning of First Half Sixty-three (is.) South Range
behind them to orchestra "Rob and Tom would Invent a new this year got under way yesterday Club- W. L. Pet. is at stake. And that's just> An advertisement for Einhorn's If you d. act receive your Thirty-eight (U) East from
a whispering said
billowing clouds until they kind of fishtrap to beat us out of: '. afternoon at Bayview I Bell Buoys .... ._........ 1 0 1.000 what is happening tonight. Grocery today contains scores of paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the I feet;point thence run run North South Ninety forty-(:*0>

\floated along the horizon like bal- them. she chuckled, and was glad I'j Park. Administration ........0 0 .000 The Bakers, now leading the attractive bargains in staple gre.cery afternoon, call telephone 51 hundred four (U) degree East Two
to learn she could the [ In the opening game two new twenty-four (224) feet
loons. laugh at men ................ 00 .000 items. ,
The Lighthouse Senior Diamondball by'a : and a paper will b* sent toyour more or less, to the water of
who had caused her much heart teams of the league met. ,
so j I to the best local the AtlanUc Oceaa
1 tell Pd Catering very ; then
fotgot to you stored BlackwellX Drop In .. 0 0 .000 Lome. run
ache. The laughed served second Bell Buoys not only tamed the the A complaint boy Southwesterly
a will face on
year things in our basement. and ; High School ......_... 0 0 .000 scant margin trade, Einhorn's Grocery is also meander to a point South the heath
It covered the confusion Wild Cats but wMtewashed! them at this office from
purpose. M oa duty
sent the truck on to Portland. 1 I Transfer Corner .. _.. 0 0 .000 runner-up. < patronized by a large percentageof four (44) degrees East of Ibp
Imagined his words bad brought her. by the score of 6 to 0. i If the Dough boys win they: 6:15 to 7:15 for the starting point; thence
we'd have more room than Wild Cats .. ......_... 0 1 .000 I winter visitors p. m. hundred run thin
She stood awhile looking down at "Aids to Navigation I -+ Ferty-etcbt (14afeet.
Tecla. and I knew the house wasntready Rosam. for the will take the second-half honors. purpose of delivering con more or lea, to tile

for them )yet. the tall figure In sweater and high I ," held the Wild Animals to However, if the Embalmers capture : .55.5..55555555555555555 beginnlng.AQUIL1XO point of

That was nice: of'70u.Anne assured boots striding down the street; stood jus ttwo hits. Only four runners : BASEBALL GAME ATiNAVYFIELDSUNDAY the game they will in a plaids Help as five you 100 I LOIEZ. JR..

him. and waited. He hadn't until the figure had crossed, the high- j| reached first and just one. got as tie for first place with the Baker !' Today's Horoscope percent service by caling 51 I ALLAN Special R CLEARE.Master Cnamerj.

called her up to tell her Just this. way. walked down the wharves and j far as second base. v !!. j SSSe SS sessesssses....... if yon do not receive The Citi- Solicitor for the Complainant.
disappeared over the side. victors scored five runs in octal no\7-14-21-"'
Xlkki. 1 talked to the fishermen The Batteries tonight will be: Co'' sea.
I The native of this day has a
last night 1 don't like to bother yon f the fourth inning on two hits Gates and Ingraham for the run- I "Jaea..ville'. cadlBK Hetel"

so soon but do yon happen to know ANNE spent the morning writing two bases on balls and four errors and Ward lndI.. Ae*- I' studious mind, very comprehen-I rlllll.l..4T.l1.Subscribe THE SEMINOLEPlerlee
I ner-np.
Kellogg. She sent hima sive and delighting in .
whether Luke Farnsworth reached a They added one more in the j FIREMEN OUTFIT TO CROSS the league-leaders.
vedo for
signed blank check asking him to 4 [ problems of life or science, and
decision OB the trap.T"Anne fifth frame. ] 1.
The will under The Citizen-20c
contest get to
withdraw the from her home
was able to answer this money I. In the sixth they put over five BATS WITH PIRATES CONTEST at 7:30 o'clock. disposed toward eolid literatureor I weekly.
bank and deposit in another under G
mathematics. life
promptly. "As far as he was concerned more markers but they did not I The appearsto h

there was no decision to the name of Nikki Nielsen enclosingthe count as the was called and I TO Q<::GIN 3 O'CLOCK : be sedentary, and monetary
make. He didn't know until he new signature. She told him in I the score' went back to even in- CHAMPSYILL\ MEET returns may be slow in coming, | SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
detail) of her then asked him
reached Astoria that there was a plans but they appear to be pretty I! -en- w' A
to please try to review the will nings.
change In his method of runningthings. espe- with (By JOVE) certain. ; WAVES
Pritchard starred at bat, I ;
daily that part dealing with cannery
The Firemen baseball nine will
operations. two safeties out of four times up. rwo Permanent I

"He talked to Uncle Lee. Tom Parley Liisa returned from town soon E. Albury and John Roberts I| play the Pirates Sunday afternoon j i Great Serpent mound, a prehistoric for gf .QQ

and Rob pretty straight He saidhe'd sensational catches in ,i at the Navy Field. earthwork in Adams county -:
after lunch with samples of everything mad; some Better Waves, $5.00 and .p
always kept faith with the menwho'd from wall paper to roof paint the field. Head and McMahonalso The Buccaneers will use Bethel SOCIAL LEAGUE GAME WILL i j Ohio, extends 1,330 feet, being -. MRS. MILLER Jerk_.rnle.
worked with him and always and M. Acevedo their lottery to feet wide less CHA. B. CK1XER, N..ager
at 15 20 and
and Anne surprised at her sudden played well for the Buoys.B. : : 407 South Street Phone 574..
would. Why wha has happened A human, home-like instltatton
Crater came down few Interest forgot the past for several Lowe, J. Russell and Sands I| and the Fire laddies will put J. BEGIN AT 4:30 O'CLOCK than 4 feet high. here yon will rind yon loalrMul

a days blissful hours. were outstanding" for the losers. Casa or Salinero in the bx: and THIS AFTERNOONBy t eoaifort e.d entertainment a mat.
ago. I believe he returned the morning I .
before you came here. Together they went to the old Score by innings: R. H. E- J. Nivarro behind the plate. \\\\\\\\III! KEY WESTCOLONIAL lt-r of great -importance
Anne nodded and house opened the door with their Bell Buoys .. 000 510-6 4 0 The Buca will have the following x A. steel fireproof ..11.... locate
a sharp pain
cut through her at the memory of own key and looked upon it with Wild Cats 000 000-0 2 4 I j.ltyer : Barcelo, Hale Mayg, 8 SPENDYOUR / ; HOTELIn I In the heart-.t-the clip

the. day of his return proving she possessive eyes. This they woald Batteries: Rosam and Lewis; Cap te, Griffin, Armando ani a ( JOVE) I r Every Room ;Combination 'Tub

was still able to suffer at mentionof do. and this. The big room wouldbe Castro Lowe, Johnson and Cas- few ethers.i This afternoon the Administration : the Center of the Businessand I sid Shower Bath Radio KlectrM

his name. papered In buff to brighten the i The Fire team is composed of: ten, present champions of j Theater District I Ceiling'Ventilation Fan Comfortable Slat Doer for Beds Summer wits

many grey days. The windows wouldbe J. Garcia, the Social Diaraondball League I / [
"He said ee was now in charge of I JC Vidal Gabriel liattrecses I I of Inner Spring Construction -
things and be Intended running curtained in dull plaid crash. The tro.BASKETBALL I Brady. M. Lopez C. Garcia and will cross bats Kith the High ;, ''C First Class-Fireproof- !. and Indlvtdnal Reading *
I kitchen would be done In MEET School = THIS YEAR IN : Lamps.
yellow and
them Iv the modern way. That la few others well known to the i i 1 SensibleRates I I RA.TEll
black. Anne chose pale rose and ail The contest will start at 4:30 1 SlaaMI'H
whoever brought his haul to the : first would make the sale.' ver for her room and Liisa. after HELD LAST NIGHT fans.The game will start at 3 p. m o'clock. I FLORIDA i f COFFEE SHOP NOW OEI i a Mrau._ors. Private........ Beta Bath ____._._ SZ.eeIIM 2M

trap or fishermen changing her mind twenty times deckled -- Batteries will be: E. Robert 4
"However the taen say they're upon a paper that carried the ........................ and F. tickney for the f>r HEALTH! ,i Garage Elevator I 21 R__.. PrtTate Bath __.._ .3J
te Rees, .
entire solar spectrum. champs.I Sample Private Bath 4 e
forced to trait until the trap bargesare and Elwood and Woodson : Popular Price LICHT; INCRBASB FOR DOCTtLal
"With plain green net window > REF- CLASSIFIED ABC outfit. l 111/1'.n'\\\\ t .J
cleared even though the fisher OFFICIAL SCORER AND : ,, OCCVPAJfCT
men are there first. curtains though. Ill probably feel
like a fish In aspic. EREE NAMED; TWO GAMES
"It doesn't matter so much now as COLUMN
But cleaning came first to make
the cannery can use everything
brought In. but with a good ran I'm way for the house-raising next day. ,........................
This was a new experience to Anne -.
afraid there'll be trouble. t
and b;' sundown she discovered an PERSONAL
"But Jobn.ADne seemed as an
amazing number of muscles she ( JOVE)
conscious of calling him by his first
hadn't realized she possessed. At the Winter Basketball STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, FIRMS
name as be had been of calling her
NikkI.K'no..ID& this so far in advance -The bath will steam out the League meeting held last night at INDIGESTION victims, why

aches Liisa prophesied as they suffer! For quick relief geta
can't they sell to other canneries the home of B. E Brantley, cor-
?" made ready to go to the Finnish bathhouse ner of Olivia and Francis streets, free sample of.UDGA, a doc-

"That Isn't so easy. We've more each with a basket contain it was decided to put on two tor's prescription at Gardner's

fishermen than necessary,about like tng feather fresh clothing.soft towels soaP. powderand games at the High School Gym tomorrow r 20-21-22-27-28-29jded-5-6 Pharmacy. \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

every other tine of business. Of night as was previously ;
Arm in arm they started down
course tbe number of boats is controlled announced.The 11-12-13x
tbe twilight smothered street To
by the government bat evenat I Administration quintet is
Anne, who had stayed, close by the
that without proper distribu to meet the High School five in SALESMEN WANTED
house since her arrival there was a
fun of boats serving designated canneries the opening game \f the winter Star American Coffee

some fishermen. would have feeling of adventure In going even season, and the Recreation boys MAN WANTED for Rawleigh JOHN C. PARK ROSES TIFT'SCASH I
to suffer to Union Town. There was little Route of 800 families. Write NOW OFFERED IN
will tackle the Bakers in the
danger of meeting anyone she knew
alnrall1 none of the men workIng today. Rawleigh Dept. FAK- THREE GRADES
or of anyone recognizing the curly nightcap.The FLORAL PIECES A
1 16 SA Tenn. GROCERY
In barmon/ with other canneriesis Memphis
first contest will start at 328 SIMONTON ST.
haired girl in one of Miiaa'a old
going to step out and give the old nov8-l 4-21-28 STAR Ib. 25c
second will be- ,
coats and yet the rush of car along 7 o'clock and the SPECIALTY

Farnsworth fisher their place. the highway which cut, through the gin immediately after the conclusion LARGO, -lIb. 18c 1101 Division Street
Suddenly Anna remembered the I LOST
business section confused her. of the PLUMBINGDURO
letter from Judge Kellogg:. He said opener.It V. & S. Ib. 15c PLANTS and VINES
She the PHONE 29
drew back into the shelter of was also decided at
there had been something In the wi'l I DISAPPEARED-One set of keys
concerning the dab traps. Surely. Liisa'sshadow as a coupe palled sp meeting last night that "Soggy3' from the Ford automobile be- ROASTEE- IN KEY WEST
close to the curb. laughed at her will be the official scorer
with Luke's views on the subject. It Smith longing to Sam Goldsmith, SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
thought that the car was Rob's then the refToday's -
and Earl Adams will be -87-
would have been an order to give tbe Weather Bureau. Reward for
set her lips In a straight-line to hold GroceriesPLUMBING
fishermen eree.
return. nov9-3tx
the cry that rushed to them I
The car was Rob's and seated be- ........................ NURSERY
Line Fresh
10H she said "tell them to rest BICYCLES Complete
side him her face clearly revealed'by 512 Greene Street
** easy. Don't yon see. -Rob ; Birth .. -PHONE 348
Fruits and Vegetables
the match Rob was holding for ay Phone 256
thought 'be was going to control BICYCLES-WE RENT by the PHONE 597

things for me and that was what ber clgaret match was SLarlee went out Farnsworth.The Sbarlee. .5555 5ee 5e5............. Hour, Day or Week. Repair

gave him the authority be used on snuggled into the curve of Rob's arm Ex-Governor William H. Mur all makes and paint them with

that trip. Since ther he has learned and they drove away. And Anne ray ("Alfalfa Bill"), of Okla Nu-EnameL We carry a full SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

Uncle Lee is In charge, and Uncle still silent followed Tecla. kilns homa born at Collinsville, Tex., supply of parts. Agent for the Jewfisb.2lb.. 3Se INSURANCE
Lee working under written orders
and Liisa into the steam baths. 66 years ago. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And I THE KEY WEST
left by father by Luke. Yellowtail Steak, Z Ibs. 35 1
Anne had heard of Finnish baths sell them as low as $5.00

"I hope you're right bec.ause--- Sbe.knew there were steam rooms down and $1.00 per week.I Yellowtail on Bone, 2 1\.. 25c Office: 319 Duval Street Q"
"You mean you're afraid of Johnston of Warm
here one sat upon wooden benches Mary Phone 276. J. R. Stowers O Grouper, 2 11... 2Sc '
trouble between the fishermen and SUNDAY STAR
while icy water played upon hot Springs, Va. novelist born at non1BttFOR
Tom and Rot' and Cncle Leer She Snapper, 2 Ibs. 2S .
Va. 65
rocks until tbe room was smotheredin Buchanan years ago.Dr.
felt John was hiding tbe real cause TELEPHONE NO. 1
RENT Mutton Fun. Z Ibe. 25
steam and scented with the -
of the disturbance. Subscription $2 Per Year
aroma of cedar boughs. softened by
"Tes. I am." he aDI.'ered.aoo I Frederic C. Howe of NewYork LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT FRESH SHRIMP
steam and water to brush like fiber Try Yevr Meals At
wish it would either happen beforeI At Tecla's Insistence she sat on economic advisor, born at -2 bed rooms conveniences Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -an.

leave for Alaska or hold up until tbe lowest tier where the steam to Meadville, Pa., 68 years ago. porches. 519 Elizabeth Fresh Crab Meat in Ib cans 65c -Paper Delmonlco Restaurant
I return The fishermen will be the
which she was unaccustomed would Street. nov13 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
ones to suffer because they have no not stifle ber Bat she was stifled. Business Office Citizen BewweUer Bee __._. lie

legal right to Interfere. Sharlee in Rob Crocker's car; In Dr. Hugh M. Smith onetime FURNISHED. APARTMENT- LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Conr.e Dinners, .
-- -
"Then don't believe will
yon they chief of the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries
Rob Crocker's arms? What did It
obey the Instructions Luke left?" mean? for 10 years biological advisor Modern conveniences, 628 PHONE 151 PHONE 51 --?--._ SOc. 75. aad 8Se
White street call at Gaiti'sBarber
John looked down at her,''Know
in Siam born in Washington
(JlfY'CgTtt. I33i .Tca... nov12
It Bovn\an> Shop
lag them. Nikki. I'm afraid that nn
D. C 70
years ago.
less there Is a penalty attached to FURNISHED APARTMENT, with AARON McCONNELL
their defying these Instructions. Ann. experiences a Finnish I I (Our Reputation Is Wrap.. PRITCHARD
witl.e..e..e..e.e.e. house-raising tomorrow, for the Abram Garfield of Cleveland, electric ice box. 1001 Eaton 536 Fleming Street
they'll! Ignore them. Lee will be
architect, eon of a President, phone 879J. nov9-lmox ped in .Tel"' package

.- -----.---- ---'-. '.'-'.- born Washington, D. C, 63 l FUNERAL HOME
... the first to trust themselves in the years ago.George. of
: with garage. Apply 827

air in a free fire-balloon. Duval street. oct9 c: Sympathetic -
Today In History t I Z. Medalie of NewYork r I' PRINTINGDONE Dlpified

........................ : 1789-North Carolina ratified lawyer, ex-U. S. Attorney',, FOR SALE Courtesy

1620 -- Historic "Mayflower '! the Constitution. born there, 52 years ago. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 BY US PUBLIC

Compact" signed by Pilgrims be- Auditor-Gen ;t WATCHMAKER JEWELE LICENSED EMBALMER
George Gonthier, sheets, 75e. The Artman Press -THE-
fore landing at PI1Doutb-by 1835 Died James Hogg, eral of Canada born in :Montreal,. sag? AND ENGRAVER

wh ch they agreed to be governed Scottish shephei'd-poet, aged 6 J.I Anibnlaac Service -
I 166 years ago. I See Him For Your Next'Work ARTMAN PRESS
by such rules and regulations

ai should be made by common I| 1918-Germany's war navy 13 Sir Arthurr: Quiller-Couch.I bundles for 5c. The Citiaen Oft ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen Bldg. LADY ATTENDANT

consent for the. good of alL I battleships, 49 destroyers and 6 I noted English writer, born 'i ; flee octle Honrs 9 *. 12-1 te f Citizen Office

f cruisers: surrendered to Britain'sGrand PHONE 51
Fleet. years ago. 11 PRINTING-Quality Printing at Open Saturday. Nlgbta ....... friS Never Sleep-

1783-Two Frenchmen M.t I of Georgia sworn in and serve*I the Lowest. Prices.! The An-

Rosier and the Marquis d'Arlands, 1922: -Mrs. Rebecca L. Felton, a day as U. S. Senator. man Press. aag7

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Entertains With \ Fellowship Club INTERESTED ASK I

Birthday Party To Meet Tonight ll bra ED TO MAKE APPLICA. -

Mr. and Mrs. Pablo Calleja delightfully Members of the Boys' Fellow- WASHINGTON BY KEY WEST a TION AT STUDIO I

entertained a group of ship Club are to meet 7:30 o'clock I I Johnny Mack Brown in
relatives and friends last eveningat tonight in the Knights of Pythias ADMINISTRATION HIGHLY 1,1ll BETWEEN MEN

their home on Fleming street- Hall on Fleming street for a meet-t Mr Persons interested in working!I Serial and Comedy
honoring the birthday of Mrs. ing which will prove interestingto COMPLIMENTARY on the music project of the WPA !

Calleja.A the membership and the spon- which is expected to be approved i (atiaee. :. 5-10c; Nights 10-ISc

variety of refreshments, consisting sors, Equity Lodge 70, L O. O. F. in the near Suture are invited to -
of decorative sandwiches, Special degree work which has From Washington, D. c., .are
make application: for employ
candies and a festive birthday been arranged for the club mem- compli- PERMANENT WAVING
cake were served. The playingof bers will be put on tonight and!coming letters highly r sa w ment at the studio .t 414 Simon-;; WAVES ... .... .... $rsoa ap
games and dancing(were much I assurance is given that one of the' mentary to the new Key West I r r ,Y+raa ;e-2'' g T i ton street, George Mills White SPECIAL Shampoo Wave and

enjoyed by the guests. most entertaining evenings will] said this morning. Maaicur. or
has just been
Book which ESl.OO
The invitation list included Mr. be afforded the boys since the organization Guide lie will be at the studio tomorrow brows .. .. ..
and Mrs. Carlos Calleja Mrs. O. I about two months ago.' made available to visitors and morning and afternoon KITTY SANCHEZ

Renedo Mrs Zoila Norcisa, Mrs. f Monday night the members and: Key Westers, it is stated. It was and Saturday morning. 219 Simonton Street

Antistia Garcia, Mrs. Armando:: sponsors enjoyed a pleasant ':!veJ issued by the local district of the A regular WPA applicationform
Perez; Misses Ana Renedo Norma i: ning at a wiener roast on South must be filled out before the
de!i Beach. WPA and FERA. A Constructed by ECW Which Permits; Fire-fighting be the
Garcia, Carmen Herce Nina Following the roast a Bridge i persons can employed on
Lisa Leslie; Messrs. Juan Calleja,!I i number of games were played by The letters were addressed to I Crews to Reach Woods Fires in a Shorter Space of Time project, when it is approved.This I
Jose Renedo and Marie Calleja. the 25 or more members who at- M. E. Gilfond, district WPA di-, project, when approved

I tended. rector who sent a few compli-! This is one type of bridge being constructed by ECW on private forest lands which are being protectedfrom will employ both men and women I SPECIALSAT

Junior Woman's I :mentary editions to prominent! forest fires in cooperation with the Florida Forest Service. Construction of roads and bridges are who are eligible and competent
i home of the Key West Woman's aiding tremendously in more rapid suppression of Florida woods fires on these protected areas. The materials musicians. From this group will -ATt -
in the nation's capitaL !
Club To Meet Club on Division-street. persons secured from the of the cooperating landowners. be formed a 12-piece orchestra
are property
.Miss Anne Kennedy, Miss i From the White House came a f __._ ._ which will play for the coming t: Grocery
Entertaining will be the program -' Louise Ketchum and Mrs. William !letter from Marvin H. McIntyre, --- -- ----- I production of the "Pirates of i r

arranged for the regular so- Norman will be hostesses. Bridge I secretary to President Roosevelt. BUILDING- Penzance" and other production (These prices are good

cial meeting of the Junior Wom- and Michigan will be played. The 'The President's secretary termed MANY ATTEND I I'1 SUNDAY DINNER r rS FIVE and also concerts.SPECIAL for Friday and Saturday

an's Social Club to be held to- program will last from 5 to 7 i the guide book "very interesting." e i f I only.)
morrow afternoon 5 o'clock in the o'clock. I I The office of Senator Robert PARK PROGRAM l: PERMITS ISSUEDFive CHURCH

'-' -- ---. LaFolette spoke highly of the I I GOOD RICE 5 Ibs. _... 30c
: booklet, since the senator was I Ii I I 1 1i
from Washington at the buildingand per- i
away COMMUNITY SINGING PUT ON I 5 Ibs. ...:.:..... 25cSWIFT'S
Cutting Florida's Water SupplyBy :time of its arrivaL Senator LaFollette's ThanksrfrinK, so clowJ I mits were issued during the week or ;u.
I dinner must take see!! November 21 from the office .
secretary said 1 am LAST EVENING MUCH I end place in the picas of the.howse-i|I ending i CORNED BEEF,

saving them for his personal l""&attention wife. This week it ts wise to'boyj of Building Inspector Harry The quarterly conference of I can .._.._u_..?........... 15c
By HENRY S. SHARPE and I know he will be ENJOYEDMore I staple and non-perishable foods. In]t M Baker as follows:
order to know what will be needed a] the Fleming Street Methodist! POTATOES with
i ( or-
Watson ,
------- them. I Repairs to home on
i very pleased to see ---- II menu with its market list should be I Church will be held tonight, beginning .
: residents of southern below the surface to a large part i Word that Dr. E. A. Merritt, I made. Tell year batcher what sizeturkey street. Owner Mrs. B. Key; cost, at 7:45 o'clock at the der), 10 Ibs ....h.-_ 20c

Florida have been opposed to the of Florida and any disturbanceof I I eminent medical man of Washington than 1,000 persons at-,I hand for you yon want next so week.that it will be on $375. church according to announcement i BAKED BEANS, large
construction of the Florida Ship the water-bearing sheet who visited in Key West last tended the first community sing-' be Repairs to porch of home 1118
dinner will attractive
may I Sunday's I made today by Rev. Shulei''i can ._......__ ....__.__... _. 5c
and good! bat not quit. special RobertF. u.
Canal on the grounds that it will have serious consequences. : winter, would return again this ing program sponsored last nightat so as Catherine street. Owner Peele.
I i
usual. Chucks of beef and Iamb and
menace their spring water and re-;; The Florida Ship Canal will season! was contained in another Bayview Park by the recrea-'I: pork cots other: than from the loin are Lord; cost, $50. The conference will be presided ALL lOc GOODS, 3 for 25c
duce the fertility of their fruit follow a deep gash cut across the letter acknowledging the booklet.PERSONALHENnON. tion department of the local of-!., fairly ftOnom aL Eggs are cheaper I General repairs to home on over by Dr. C. K. Vliet, presiding i (Good Brands)
and vegetable lands. Althoughthe southerly end of the surface area fice of the WPA. This is part of but butter is higher. All root vegetables Eaton street. Owner George district.
elder of
building of the canal presentsno of the limestone, where the flow ........................ the recreational,program included'! family and most are cheap.members So of are the.string cabbage I Sweeting estate; cost '$75. the .! CHICKEN FEED, 10 Ibs.

particular engineering diffi- of water within the sheet is south- ) in the WPA! recreation project.I I!r beans and spinach. Repairs to porch of' cottage in I : for ....-.-...._..u..w.... 2Sc
culty, it would indeed be seriousif ward. Due to varying factors' Victor Larsen acted as master of average Here are Thanksgiving two Sunday feast.dinners and an rear of Division street. Owner I SUGAR Sib.. (honest

the completed canal either dis-,;whose influences may tend to ....................... ceremonies.The I.1 I Convent of Mary Immaculate;
Low Cost Dinner RICHARDSON'SGROCERY weight) .................. 28c
turbed or contaminated water,' counteract each other, the effect I. audience was led in song I II cost, $75.Repairs. I
supply vital to the -health and of such a trench upon under- Dan Navarro and Franklyn! Archer by Mrs. Eva B. Warner well I Braised Lamb Shanks Boiled Rice I to porch of residenceat GRITS, Diamond Brand

economic security of property ground water is not exactly pre I left by plane yesterday for known soprano of Key West who,'I j Bread Glazed and Carrots Butter Duval and Southard streets. I 2 pkgs.-------------------- 15c

owners in southern Florida. j i dictable, but certain possibilitiescan Miami and from there will drive with enthusiasm opened the pro-:I Vanilla Padding Preserves !'I II Owner J. R. Stowers; cost350. or 10 tb sack ._.....- 35c
The Ocala type of Florida limestone -' be mentioned. Seepages and new cars for the Navarro Auto gram with "Let's All Get To-I Tea or Coffee Milk I i CORN FLAKES, 3 pkgs.

is soft rock, and! show rooms. The crowd then joinedin i Medium Cost Dinner I Subscribe to Citizen.MONROE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ,
a porous large springs are expectable on I :T.he.
for .... ...... 2Sc
honeycombed with caverns and the north wall of the cut, I singing, "Key West. "The U. Roa t Shoulder of Lamb Mist Jelly .n..n. -
underground channels. In an where the southwardflowingwater Sam Macready, of the State S. A." and "Keep. the Home Fires. Mashed Potatoes Spinach I THEATE I Rose Milk, 5 cans 49c i ALAGA SYRUP, can lOc 1

unbroken sheet, probably never is intercepted. Since the Board of Health was an arrival Burning."' :! Chocolate Bread and Cream Batter Pie George Brent-Ricardo Cortez I Magnolia Milk -....--.. lie I WESSON OIL, quart 35c

over 500 feet thick, it underliesall lateral escape of water to east or over the highway yesterday on a Several specialty numbers were i Tea or Coffee .Milk I in SPECIAL AGENT I Cream, 6 cans .--_ 40c and 44c : PEARS, 2Vi size .. ..... 18c

Florida at varying but usually' west by way of the canal will be business visit with the WPA sanitary included l _'in i the program. .and Thanksgiving DinnerConsommi Helen Broderick-Hugh Herbertin Batter Ib ......................... 3Se : HEINZ SOUP No.- 2 can
quite predictable depths. Because: more rapid than when it formerly department.Mrs. among' thoSe taking' (part were ..:.! 1 TO BEAT[ THE BAND I Sngar 5 Ibs ................___... 28c
its I or Grapefruit i I 3 cans u.................- 40c
water percolates through pore- flowed on southward within the Cadwallader Coles left Harriett Johnson, Sylvia Baker Celery Olive I Matineet Balcony; tOe; Orchestra Rice. 5 II... 2S and 3Sc
and flows along its under Ocala formation the level yesterday Olga and Orquidia Ramos; Mary Roa t Tarkef GIBBS CATSUP, 3 bottles
spaces upper to join Mr. Colesj! with Tw. Kinds of Stuffing 15-20c; Night: lS-25c Crisco, 3 Ibs. _._............... 60c
ground channels very easily, it is of underground water in a zone, by plane Knowles.-Gloria and''Edna Suarez, Giblet Cranberry Sauce ; for ......_._n..nn.h... 2Sc
Florida's most intyortant source north of chief purser of the P;; and O. S. Sawyer! Anita and I Gravy Maitre"hotel I Lard, 2 Ibs. -.-.--.- 29c
probably quite narrow, Mary \Villettf Cauh flower. : GIBBS TOMATO PASTE
S. Company, who is attached to I Green Beans Maxwell House Coffee Ib 29c
Not I
of underground water. onlyis the canal will probably be lowered. Camalrcr and Thelma Knowles.
water removed from it for many To that extent the level of the S. S. Florid* Robert Pinder played all. accompaniments. I Hearts of Lei;i .anB rt Dressing t I Cabal Coffee ft 19c and 29c Scans .m..u..._.. 34c

human uses including irrigation, standing water in lakes swamps I XThe.audience I PuBiDkin Pecan Ice Cream Wafers' i ARCHER'SGROCERY Tomatoes, 6. cans 29c I TOMATOES, No. 2 can,

but such famous springs as Silver and wells north of the canal might George W Cibbs, ,head of the in joined insingingseveral : Fruits and Nuts Coffee 1 1i I+ Royal Jello, 4 pkg*. .......-.- 22c 3 cans .....-_...--..__ 2Sc
Springs finds their source in ,it.* be I lowered. If the, canal interrupts Jacksonville Shipbuilding, who'- ; Company in Key I ,' songs; Cheek, to :'Cheek"i 1 Malory's\ tran lation from the i r Gibbs Catsup, large 13c i TOMATOES, No. 1 can,

So easily does the limestone ab and; reduces the even flow West for a brief business was visit,I being well received. .The. pro-. French of "The Quest of the Peaches 2K size 16c dozen cans ........--._. 55c
sorb water and allow its movement of water within the limestone to gram ended with "Goodnight, Grail" introduced to English The Store That Serves Pears, 2H size 17c '
that wells have been drilled the south the underground water left by plane yesterday for Mi Ladies." Several requests for..VHoly of, Grits 3 Ibs. ......_............... 12c ALL lOc TOBACCOS,
into this rock to allow the under. supply will be reduced as far ami. songs were made last; night and readers,'that -famous talisman You Best" Fancy Corn, 2 cans .._..._ 25c (no limit) 3 pkgs. ._ 25c
Arthurian romance. j!j jCighf jI ........
2 25c
of and I and String Beans cans : CIGARETTES Old Gold
sur- Beach. addition made to
ground escape sewage south as Palm In an effort will be try ,
Nestor Recio and :. I I : Kits Crackers .... 14c and 23c
face water. any reduction in the southward -,I Mrs. Anita Bradley, daughter,1 passenIgers get these numbers for the nexti 67Yes Ovaitine; small ..+............ 35c ; Lucky Strike, Chester-
In the northwestern part of flow of fresh water might i i program. Cold ? Whole Kernel Corn, 3 2Sc Camels limit
'I on the Cuba this morning going that's our LUCKY cans (no )
peninsular; Florida in an oval area allow salt water from the ocean I i Salt 3 pit,*. ................._._ 10c
to Havana for short visit J it's the .........
.. .
because $1.15
a NUMBER way carton
extending parallel to the west to penetrate up the slope of the ijf To help end it sooner I Sani-Flnsh, can __.____..._ 23cMatches I .m.
coast for about 130 miles and haying .. Ocala limestone sheet. with relatives.J. EXERCISES ATSCHOOL t/f/ rub throat and chest with : many of our customers reachus. 3 boxes _..._._....... lie PRINCE ALBERT TO-
a width of 50 miles the Ocala Inflow of water into the limestone -I 1 When you order from us Crab Meat, can __....._... 35c BACCO. (no l limit) lOc
limestone occurs at the surface.I; from the bottom and south T. Trawick, route manager TODAYEVENT VS!! over the PHONE yon get as Tnna Fish, can ......._......._ 15c HALF and HALF TO-
of the American Railway Express much attention and the same Las Toilet Sop, 3 bars .. 20c
is above level, but like side the sea of canal maintain
the sheet of I, may Company, arrived on the Steam- Ii I I quality merchandise as when Rinse 2 pit... ...............___ 17c BACCO, (no limit) lOc
inverted the
an platter pressure of flow much as now. i
ship Cuba this morning and will call at our store in person. Lifebuoy Soap 3 bars ..__ 20c
limestone slopes gently and even, in which the level underground you
case of -' remain for a few days on business IN CELEBRATION OF FLYwith Box Jelly 3 Ibs. ............... 25c : Many Other SpecialsNot
in all i would'
outward and downward be
Iy water only reduced -
with the local office. BIRTH OF MARK We Welcome Responsible Malted Milk. Ib ... ._ .. .. 35c Confidential)
directions from its surface area, I in a fairly narrow zone immediately ." TWAINCelebrating the- I (
so that wells after passing through south of the canal. In Accounts Delivery Service
i !:
I Mrs. G. B. Michael arrived this ll PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER Phone 658-R Free Deliver
overlying sheets of younger rocks'; these circumstances the presenceof morning on the Cuba and wills the birth of Mark Sunday NOTJ 24 .. I ONE STOP SERVICE I Eaton and Elizabeth Streets 901 Duval St. Phone 216
find the Ocala at Jacksonville-500 1,I salt brackish water in the I : I 1 I
or 100 '
t I spend the winter with her son-in-I'Twain, Florida, Mo. years No Change In Rates il II
Beach nearly 1
feet and at Palm canal must have a bad effect upon commemorative exerciseswere I
law and daughter, Mr. and MrsK. ago, Dressed Poultry
1,000 feet below sea level Water:: the water supply further south.If W. Winter. held in the auditorium ofKey Make Reservations''by'; Phone, .
i -
I Turtle -- -- -
entering the limestone either at by the great inflow of water Wes ] igh School this morn-I Telephone 620 Fish -- -

the surface or after seeping'!I from springs streams and seep- P. L. Gaddis. A. I. Pooser. and; ing. l b\y to<: Regular Planes l'I tiageg.] ,, Fruit ,;a, Vegetables
through overlying rocks, tends to. ages or by such means as locks D. Leer officials of the Florida' Principal Tiorace O'Bryant gavea West Airwaysslnc. ]t I 1 "+ JV} 'Meat

remain within it, but under the in.: the canal is kept fresh within the East Coast Railway Company, ar-j I brief talk on the life of the SundayTuesdayWednesdayI Dairy ProductsI

fluence of gravity it moves more:; area of the Ocala limestone this rived on the Ferry Parrott this great philosopher and' humoristand Friday l ; 1 r
or less rapidly down the slope of 1 I possibility of contamination by I morning from Port Everglades,I introduced Stephen Cochran RATE ONE WAY $7.50 I 67 Free Delivery,
the sheet. Hence with the sur., salt water will be removed. Sewage for a business conference with J. Singleton editor of the Key West I Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Arrive 1
face area as a center water with.s;I from ships, however, would N. Costar. local agent of the com,I Sunday Star as guest speaker. Miami 5:20 p. m.FastCemfortableSafe. : 814 Fleming StreetFAUSTO'S
in .the Ocala formation is Constantly notably increase possibilities of pany. Mr. Singleton gave an impres- ,4 1r

being distributed outward,, bacterial contamination. ____ ,sive discourse on the famed writer i ICE

-- -- .--- Ross C. Sawyer, clerk of the' whose _family name was Sam: -- -- - -- _...:--- i ;
circuit court of Monroe county,!uel Langhorne Clemens, and !i
ERADICATING WILDCOTTONJJROWTHS\ !!!EXPRESS co. UNIT I left by plane\ yesterday aft whose writing pseudonym was I
s I ernoon for Miami where he will I]t adopted from the call of the man IT'S PURER!
consult officials of the sounding the Mississippi River CASH GROCERY i li LASTS LONGER! I l r
\ :;4 LEAVES FOR MIAMI: Drainage Board on pertaining ]i when "by the mark twain" meanta r t

to taxation matters in this,,: depth of two fathoms. This f
I was while Mr. Clemens was a pilot Ltf j ICE REFRIGERATORS
SMALL CROUP OF WORKERS I EXPORT DIVISION OF ORGAN ,county. I,I on the river boats. i Packer and Virginia Streets (Old Location). Phone 48 i i

WERE EMPLOYED YESTER- IZATION TRANSFER. I A. ?tIaitlan"dMams. of the i I The speaker dwelt principally I Made of all metal-equipped ,

DAY AND TODAYA TO MIAMI Thompson Interests in Key West,i upon Mark Twain's eminence as a MONARCH DICED BEETS, No. 2 Can lOc 'I 11 with WATEff COOLERS L I

I RED I who was on a business visit to:!i philosopher as well as an enter- ORIOLE PEAS, No. 2 Can ____uw._ 17c T I .. ,

small group of WPA workers I E. M. Smith, manager of the I Miami, returned by plane yesterday I I S Those taining who writer were and fortunate humorist in CHILI CON CARNE, No. 1 Can uw...__.... 9c I The 're -Ecaaornical

Mere employed the yesterday and today -| Railway Express company, and I_morning.the _. I[hearing him expressed themselves FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI (1k1 100 PerEASY 'Cent Refrigeration
on eradication of the wild '
cotton growths in Monroe county.i I Emory Pratt and Rafael Solano,I export branch from Key as delighted. Cans ._....u.._...__._.._.._& V .._.....u-... 27c I SAtjafdction,

Others are to be added at once un-{' Jr., assistants in the export division West. I'i 1 SPINACH, 2/2 Size --.Jgl.-.._......_...... 15c

til the number is 23, out of Key j left this morning over the -Mr.Robert Trawick Knowles also announcedthat now in I j A Three Days' Cough I POTATOES, 10 Ibs. _..s,j* .. 1_...._ 23c I .. 'cad att '

West, working north to No Name]! highway to establish and the remain export in- charge of the local office on Flem-'. Is Your Danger Signal I:1 LIBBrS TOMATO JmCEJ3"Cans ..._.25c t 3O 3'5 1

Key.Within the next few days 20 division in Miami ing street, is to be made agent in 1 medicines ONIONS, 3 Ibs. .._.- ..... .-..____ lOc I and
definitely. No matter how many
other workers will be assigned: to:. Mr. Smith was asked by The Key other West. There the will local be some> cold have tried for your cough chest : SALT, 3 Pkgs. ......____uo--uuuuuouo.uuo..u lOc I TERMS 10 DAYS
changes in person- bronchial Irritation. can -
the Tavernier or yon
project at and 20 I o
at about December Citizen if the office would be i I nel but what they will be will be get relief now with Creomul on. MONARCH TOMATO: CATSUP, 14'oz. 'r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

Key Largo.15, 100 On men or will be assigned -. { again set up in Key West if the toI'I announced later, Mr. Trawick, Serious trouble may be take brewing a chance and i Jar .....__ .._-Jl...._ .__ ..- ._._ ...._ 14c
"railroadas) ever rebuilt, and I | you '
I less
to work at Cape Sable. All I, this replied in the affirmative. i said. son with, anything which right than to Creomul-the' seat : MONARCH LIMA BEANS, CORN, ICE CO. \ \

men employed on this work are'! J. T. Trawick, route manager' of the trouble goes to aid nature to PEAS_ 11 oz. Can _oo..uu........._.....__..... 9c 6 mPhone .-
negroes. !j of the company who arrived this'! BENJAMIN LOPEZ soothe and heal the Inflamed mem- I I
Wild cotton is a host to the''i morning on the Cuba to look over FUNERAL HOME branes as the germ-laden phlegm i MANY :MORE BARGAINS FOR OUR CUSTOMERS No. 8
Is loosened and expelled.
imperatively.j' the situation in Key West ands I t Serving Key West Even if other remedies have CONFIDENTIAL PRICES I 1i
> discuss matters with the local Half failed. don't be discouraged: your '
host be completely eliminated. office, which is to remain, substantiated 1 druggist is authorized to guaranteeI ; COME AND SAVE
Hoar Ambnlanc S.rvte.Liceased
Hence the eradication activity has!,'I' Mr. Smith's statement I 24 Creomulsicnand to refund your I I Large .Line of Fresh Fraits and Vegetables
Embauner I money if you are not satisfied with
been made a statewide Wf A pro anj said the company regrettedthe Phono 135 NIfhl 696-\t I results from the very first bottle.
feet __ necessity of having to move' Get Creoirmlsion right now. (Adv. !

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