The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 13, 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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Improvements In CENTURY AGO ,I Donellan arrived here Roland Craig, proprietor of I FIRST IN CONTEST Members Of Adminis.
from Miami Tuesday for an en- business places on the! Keys and

ActivitiesBy gagement of a few weeks with whose business address is Craig'sFla. I I i Following two day of trationBy
the advertising department of study and anlysis of the column
ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR A\ong\ with :their many other The Citizen. He will be in ., was an arrival on the morning Among the arrivals this week : of editorial comments

HERBERT YAHRAES CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONTO accomplishments in the field of charge of the annual Christmas plane 1 today. I for the season in Key West are i in The Citizen and two day HERBERT PLUMMER
(By Aueelated Proa) I edition. Mr. Craig's visit was principally Mr. and Mrs J. Boulder, of Rochester : of scrutiny of the particular .Ily ABM riatrd peen)

Dust storms early in the :year BE HELD AT DADE artistry, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Otto, Mr. Donellan has had wide ex- to meet his scores of New York. They arrived -: paragraph printed i* yesterday WASHINGTON, Den 13.-
perience in this line and having I over the highway last eveningand i '* issue containing the
blackened both tie atmosphere MEMORIAL PARK and daughter-in-law of Mrs. friends, and at the same time secure -, Tacked away in one of the vast
son are oc u7i in,' delightfully: five
lived for a short time in this cityis ;: a error correct answers
aad the outlook for Midwestern Minnie Otto of Key West, are known to many people here. his 1936 automobile license I located cottage on Von Pfister i were received in the contest corridors of the department of
'' tag from Tax Collector Frank H. street. I for the De Luxe Gillette
Any courtesies extended Mr.
Farmer John Smith and, sweeping commerce building is.
(Hy JM
darkening cloud of powdered BUSHNELL, Fla., Dec. 13.- The Citizen. He said that business is grad- resort writer for the Detroit first answer was that of unit of the "new deal" about

soil eastward, gave city: dwellers,I The Seminole Indian massacreof one of the song successes of, ually getting back to normal following News Mrs Marshall and companion Ralph Garcia Jr. which the general public knows

..Major Dade and 108 men a the period. In the November issue BIG BEEF EATER the restoration of homes are due to arrive within the The error was "American
onto idea of the Cluster to large the first wholesale : and business places on the Keys next few days from Detroit, :Mich. Athletic Association," which scarcely anything bat aa agencyof

agricultural century age- of "Musical Merchandise,": YORK, Eng.-Robert White- and he is looking forward to ex- Mrs. Marshall and companionwill should have been Amateur tremendous
areas. importance
slaughter in United States his- remain for the winter while I Athletic Union.Altogether to new
the I heaven of this city ate 10 poundsof cellent business during the winter -
Then came April and rain and tory-will be commemorated here appears following: beef at a single meatECONOMIC season. after a short stay. Mr. Marshall I there were dealers themselves.

Dec. 28 with a centennial celebration "In the whole history of popu-I I If will leave on an assignment to about 130 answer received, It is the
the wound with income Intelligence Service
year up crop at Dade Memorial Park.
''J lar there bale not been I Central America and most of them the first day
f substantially better than Plans being made call for ad- songs They will be domiciled lIeXiCo.j fewer on the second and -one- of the largest government .
instances of husband and I
dresses by Gen. Charles P. Sum- many
I Noble apartments at the StaI about one dozen yesterday
1934's. The; agricultural merall W. F. Himes, Tampa attorney wife collaborating to write both I HIGHLIGHTSHappenings tion. I and this morning. The winner ponsored newspaper clipping

ment administration adjust-I and others. Chairman J. words and music of the song successes -i j j Captain George T. Rice, U. S. I was c: ie of those who believes bureaus in the world

put C. B. Koonce predicted several l of the period point out: A., retired resident of Miami, is I that perseverance brings .Louis Howe, the President'

at 16,800,000,000 an increase of thousands of persons would at- Marks officials. There have I I That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend j due to arrive this afternoon or I success. secretary, is credited with orig-

$533,000,000. ,I tend.The massacre, which was also \been a few such instances and in!: Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Na- i: tomorrow Key West to with spend relatives the holidays and in I!I Look of for another the brain announcement leaser inating the idea. First set up as a

I the only catastrophe of its kindto cases the collaboration ,was tional and International i! part of NRA, Press Intelligence
Farmers' Share I some 1 Problems insep- I I will be joined later by Mrs. Rice. to be printed in tomorrow's Service since
the demiae the
occur east of the Mississippi a very happy one, both from the arable From Local Welfare i issue of The Cilizea.1'.I".I' of
Noting this rise, urban John}' river climaxed years of ill feel I I II I I Blue Eagle has been supported by
domestic standpoint and in the
Smith might have wondered just ing between the Seminole Indians I JAP TRADE FLOOD the. National Emergency Council.
matter or"res..lts. achieved. .I'.I'.I".4i I More
than 50
how much he contributed to it. and officers in charge of Indian A few weeks ago a group of would continue to see to it in the I newspaper -
I affairs in Florida. Three "New a new couple appears on men and women daily pore
Late in the year there was one I sep. men assembled in a Washington f future. Principal resolution I HALTED BY EGYPTCLAIMED I
arate treaties were made; between the musical horizon with all the I I i URGES ALL TO over some 400 newspapers from
slight indication: the typical, the two factions. I D. C-, hoteL Some were young. adopted by the conference was a' I mil parts of the country in an nI -
evidence pointing to a long and 1
. American family said departmentof By a treaty made at Camp f unbreakable chain of hits. Their some middle-aged, some old demand for more federal dollars MAIL CHRISTMAS I fort to keep government officials
j I
agriculture experts, paid $22.64 Moultrie. below St. Augustine,! names are Anne and Gene Otto,!I Some came from towns of' a few for cities. THAT MANY GOODS I i I! informed as to the ettantry': reaction -

in October for 10 principal foods. Sept. 18, 1823 the Indians and in this case Mrs. Otto is the thousand people, some from citiesof Like all such conferences little GIVE EXCESSIVE ADVANTAGE to the policies pursued ini
agreed to keep within a reserva- "I I MATTER EARLYPOSTMASTER i j Washington.
and Mr. Otto the lyricist -
Of this sum, the farmer received composer 1,000,000 or more. But all o[ was actually accomplishedbutit Reactions
tion, the north line of which I Digested
was Their first which has I
$10.12. Processing taxes (which I near the present city of Ocala. just been released song>>y the Ed- them were drawn together by ,a laid seems for good that tasks ground-work for the was fu I Every morning there is placedIon

go to pay the farmer "benefits"for There was another treaty the ward B. Marks Music Corporation. common interest-the problemsof i the desks of 4.. high government j
ture. If the chaos! of overlapping
controlling his production) next year which called for re- is a ballad "Of Time and municipal government. They municipal state: and federal trx (l.r A r_... HARRIS SHOWS|I officials nimogf.ptteH bulletins -

amounting to 83 cents were said moval of the Indians at government the River." It is the type-of bet- were mayors of representative collections can be even partially CAIRO, Egypt, Dee 13.-Pre- NECESSITY OF SAME DUE eaaMiag each to tell at a
expense to the western ter class number that the American communities attendingthe dictions that J glance what the rectava of the
exchange f
more an dump-
clarified, and some of the waste
to between be included in the difference territory beyond the Missssippi gifted singers of the air welcome annual U. S. Conference of attendant on tax collections eliminated II ing duty Japanese rayon and TO INCREASED VOLUMETO I[country's press is toward the policies -
the two amounts. Also
rivet. Judge Kocnce, an authority f eagerly and the hundreds of .art: Jrayo ; the American taxpayerwill cotton goods will shortly be imposed BEHoliday HANbtto'I I days be-
the price of Meat was, generally on- Ihdwjr' history, said the j ists who and played "Along High on the list of items which i by the Egyptian : fore.
sang obviously get more and bet- government -
higher a fact dramatized in Detroit treaty was not approved by a. Tobacco Road" last season have interest and trouble the heads of ter governmental services for have followed recent termination I A telegraphic style is employee! _

and some other cities where I majority of the Seminoles appeared glad that such another our municipal entities is taxa: less of the JapaneseEgyptiantrade :I in the balfetms. Digesting a story, k-
housewives "struck" against the "President Andrew Jackson,I success has; been pullished. tion. Many municipal governments money. treaty on the ground that time i is here and as ; for example of the government

butchers. however, was firm in his demandfor "The title "Of Time and the are notoriously wastefulnot The spark U rapidly depreciation of the yen gives usual the mail volume will, before I!! ending direct relief, th*' bulletinwill

Attacks: on the AAA came from removal" Judge Koonce re-; River," by the way is used with oily in spendnijj tax money ing the European approach-I Japanese goods an excessive ad- Christmas. increase approx-: ssy-"Mayor! B .,*ondemns

urban centers, from manufac- lated. |f the complete approval of Thomas but in collecting it. A continual Mussolini has definitely vantage. imately 200 percent. This nat I end of dole." A tfitort summaryis. -
turers and millers challenging con- "TLe situation became so undeclared war exists between 1 f, included along with the name
Wolfe, author of the magnificent if Italy's neighbors apply sanet' Commercial circles here believe urally increases the burden
stitutionality of processing taxes. alarming that ,Major Dade and a I novel named municipal and state taxcollecting on I II the publication and its date1 -
similarly as tions and shut off from her such such action will lead to a large rof r
About the time the rumpus company of 108 men left Fort well as the publishers of the' department., due to the fact necessities as oil, she will fight.|i increase in cotton goods trade I Ithe force; at the postoffice, says i 1 line. >
kicked up over these taxes was Brooke (Tampa) on Dec. 23, book." I' that there is much overlapping of And other led 1 with Europe and. several firmsare i Postmaster Sam Harris, who suggests -'t Pre&t IntUigen& is even more
great by
getting well under way in the 1835 to go to the relief of Gen. the functions of the two. The France determined powers that the renewing connections in Great that persons tuisg the mail :.lfficieb: SB! e Secretary Wai-
sprifig, farmers unofficially estimated Wiley Thompson, then in com- thinking of this heard are II lace ditayea to know the reactions
UNARMED PLANES ARE stiffest possible sanctions shall be I Britain and Czechoslovakia that I do so at the earliest 'possibJe.tiDe :
to number 3,000 went to mand of Indian affairs in flor- good! news when they called on lapsed with the ,' a particlHar section of the'couhtry '
put into effect, war or no war. Japanese imports.i tefore Christmas. *
Washington cheered Secretary of ida. ADDED TO EQUIPMENT the President. lie told them he to one of AAA's preduc-
Here is something that has punitive action against Ja-j Do Christmas ''
Agriculture Wallace, President "They had reached the point planned to call a conference of I shopping early in tion control program He calKI
Washington and has American pan reportedly is due to govern- order to mail I I
worried |
r -i early and insure delivery -
Roosevelt jeered anti-administm- where the Dade Memorial park Cnr AM iated Preaa) city and state officials before the ment determination I Press Intelligence
to "un
tionists Senator 'Long, Governor now stands when they were am- LONDON, Dec. 13.-Four sin- end of the current winter to exporters wondering. The I fair" of letters and parcels. Let- .'i Immediately all the routine
lushed 28 Indians gle-engined airplanes to supple- i United States is officially neutral.{ Japanese competition which ters and gifts to loved ones in ',
Talmadge. Dec. ay the study the problem of taxation-' I clipping ceases and a wellorganltzed -
Farm Picture Changes i under Chief Micanopy and wiped ment Emperor Haile Selassie's with the object of envolving a system ( The President, following the virtually has halted Egyptian' distant parts of the country should''i corps of news hunters begins
Opponents the farmers I out. The* Osceola communications system have been funds -, resolution approved by the last i trade with countries upon whom I. be mailed one week or 10 days 1 1I '
suggested tame day King i of revenue whereby ( snipping through all the newspapers -
had been enticed to Washington i killed General l Thompson and his ordered from a British company may be "earmarked." or equit- j Congress, proclaimed neutrality; she sales.depends for her own foreign I. before Christmas, according to]I| in the locality of Concern

to make a show of saying\:; I aide at Fort King." The ships will not be fitted I ably shared among governmental hostilities! I the distance. .|(Ito the secretary. Within a few
"thank you;" heatedly the administration i Until the 1921 legislature, no f with machine guns or bomb racks.;I units, without waste in collecting \j Throughout the United States;!hours there is placed in his hands
denied it. i action was taken to preservethe They will be used, say the manufacturers -i and without overlapping. j to stay off the ships of combatants -! VISITORS RETURN : there will be but one delivery on i ltbe information he desires j

Not so long ago the popular : 'scene of the massacre. That j only for carrying mem-,I Secretary of the Treasury Mor-\ I forbade Americans to sell j) Christmas Day and this wit be f Rscki'Of News

picture of a farmer showed a man I body appropriated $5.000 for es-i bers of the emperor's staff to, rjenthau devoted his speech to the : arms! and implements of war toj I only letters and packages carrying -,j t "'* Working quarter of Press In- t

working with the, elements' bat' tablishment of the park. j various parts of the country. I I mayors to the tax subject. He !the battling nations. j t HERE FOR SEASON a special delivery stamp. If I| teilfgettce are cluttered with old
tling them when necessary to,I, Members of the 1935 Their top speed will be 172 aid that no more important ques-i So far so good. But there is'I a special delivery stamp is not i'|newspapers 'and clippings. Rack;

raise a crop, sometimes making j!'nial commission arc Sen. centen-I I miles an hour an their cruising I tion faces governmental officials,I 1 great difficulty in deciding just i I used the equivalent in ordinary ;t reaching to the ceiling contain: Ii I-

money, sometimes not, but always Touchton of Dade! City Rep. ( range 640 miles.'Too I I whether they be local, state; or,' what "war materials" are, beyond i i Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Messier stamps may be used +nd the words i nothing bet the news of day before -

rising or falling on his ,owna George F. West!rook of Cler- j federal. He suggested that it 1 such apparent fighting essentialsas of Baltimore Md, having I "Special Delivery" written on,t yeet rdy. Other racks contain j 1
stark individualist.That mont; 'en. T. G. Futch of Lees- ( : was necessary to establish ,delin"zones" -' rifles, cartridges tanks air-!, arrived at Key West by auto over I the letter or package. nothing bet carton: filled t''

picture has been changing, burg; Rep. John S. Burks of > Hard To Please9That's I ite of taxation, some'of I planes. Example: Italy is a large!'I the Overseas Highway' on Tuesday -! I with the news of two days' before

with 1935 hurrying the process. Dade City; Sen. Wallace Tees-in' which would belong exclusively to I buyer of American oil, cotton!! evening, have taken an apart- r NEW\ ARRIVAL AT i yesterday.

The farmer no longer works en- of Bradenton; R"'p. S. W. Getzen ;< cities! some to counties, some to scrap iron and copper. None of;: ment with; Airs.: Watson Carey, "j One group of men does nothing;
tirely by himself. Evidence: the and Mrs. A. !I. Roland of Bush- \' states and some to the federal 'these commodities is on the proscribed r!1 United street, for the winter I'' bat digest editorials. Another

fall corn-hog referendum on nell; Judge Koonce of Eustis; j government; It is forecast that list, as each serves a use-1 months. L CAREY'S HOME : condenses news stories and. turn

whether the control program Gov. Sholtz and Nathan Mayo, r the congress which meets in 1937 I ful purpose in time of peace. Yeti I It '| The Mestiers are not strangers : i them into headlines. Others do

should be continued (AAA announced commissioner of agriculture. t tI will find tax allocation on the it is a fact that each of them is| here, having spent two months I j nothing bt clip. ..

the vote was 86.37 per Ilist|I of problems with which it likewise used i in war--and that if'ti'!I in Key West! last season, and a : Mr. tad Mrs. Leland Carey of; On the floor above. a battery :

cent favorable) ; the crop adjustment -I I SOVIET SAVINGS : must' cope. t Italy were entirely unable to get) year Lere during the post war( 1118 Olivia street announce the !! of typewriters clicks out the Z

contracts (some 3180.000 j 1 BANKS POPULAR I Not less troublesome to the them she could not carry on in period. :I birth of 'a. nine-powrd eon, born ; pages which tomorrow are read by

were signed during the year, with 'eh mayors than taxation, and even Ethiopia or elsewhere. j I at their home last night 'j i the President sad his executive

more than 4,800 county or sectional more imminently important is i The difficulties inherent in this!: PLANE BRINGS j .Mother and biby ere reported,'officers. Mimeograph machines
(Rr Atuutrtmtr* Pre.
committees acting for the : I the burning subject of relief. situation are enormous."e; I doing nicelr.CHINA :i whirl out hundreds of copies of
MOSCOW Dec. 13. In official I I
farmers). Daring the past four years city might make it illegal to sell such 'tile bulletins. Messengers scurry

Farmer John Smith's reward! figures just published here officials have turned gray trying I commodities to Italy inasmuch as I 11 PASSENGERSPlane PLANNING !j I over town to deliver the views of ;
| Soviet savings banks claim to what Allaire West's to keep their needy clothed fed she is not big customer. But !
was a share in the rental and a |I the press to the officials who i
benefit payments estimated to I' have 15,500,000 depositors. father had called her. l and housed. When a man gets t what if war struck in I I INLAND ARSENAL!, made the news.
Deposits in the first nine "You want men to cross out of job, he looks first GermanY'j .
his and
a to Japan, England
'account for the of the i Press Intelligence to t
$597,280.000 of months of 1935 amounted to riven and fight battlesandyou Miami-Key West.i ; ii j prefers remain -
total income as compared with1934's I won't find any who will." city government to carry him which are big customers! In that; Airways arrived this morning}I nv Ameet.ted Tree.. I unseen sad unknown. Although 1-
$396,425.000 (in 1934 460.000,000 rubles ($230,000'.1' But Allaire did find such a through. Most American cities case, an embargo on oil, scrap iron with 11 passengers, eight with i jCHENGTO, China Dec. 13.-I,; it has been in existence '
thel 000) two and a half have done relatively little aid i j I A site is being prepared here in''
a man and how she to and the rest would be a serious and : for than
also one-way three for more two
government poured out 111. passage a mere
j than in the corresponding period did it makes lively their needy-they have borrowed blow to American commerce, II the capital of Szeehoan for a huge years
this handful
000,000 to buy drought-stricken I retnja afternoon.On of people in Washington
of 1934. and li..y '
entertaining federal money and have left the would be reflected in arsenal to produce arms and muni- ,
unemployment -
livestock). ,I I in ", th %pi&ae were: Howard are aware of its existence.IHABANAMADRID .
Life More ComplexThe reading biggest; part of the job to federal and business retrogression Cor7tilPrEberhardt, Phillip I tions for national government -----
agencies. They want more federal I tat home. forces operating in this inland !
Robert Pinder
chancre in the rural picture Henry
may be making life more profit AUCTION SALE : (J money and still more federal i j So the big question is: How Tabelina, $:ija Y un, John i province. j i
after Wiseacres the step as a key
speech see
as speech
able for Farmer John Smith certainly -, I lean we keep peace remain strict- Newcomer. Brest .Gay/ roland I
showed. The recent announce-fly I neutral, and still not penalize) :Maitland Adams to General Chiang KaiShek'sj |
has not made it simpler.! Tonight At 8OO O'clock the new- 'Willis j -FIRSTIDAISTCE-
unification of China
iI j
ment that federal direct relief { program for
ourselves too heavily! Hartshorn. '
Congress had decreed, in i SPECIAL OFFERINGS
effectj I I I
would be ended
Hrialby soon was highly
that government stamps would be:; LINEN GOODS Table displeasing to them. They also
required in the handling of pota-i,; Cloths, Bridge and LuncheonSets David Garth I I j-- j
want'the federal machinery to be I CHRISTMAS GIFTS
'I Truck Arrives j[ Of The Winter Season
toes. While his
city cousin joked Tuesday
i i;I Scarfs, Etc. STARTING MONDAY DEC 16 better oiled so that they will + I
about bootlegged spuds the administration -i FREE PRIZES :-: IN >-: have to go through less red tapeto $ta"r.m $ With line of FRUITS VEGETABLES -I Just received large shipment,' TOMORROW NITE
crave the act coldWelcome I t I get funds. Some hope that all and CHRISTMAS I Novelty Christmas Gifts. Beaati- '
For Members and Their
finally announced there THE CITIZENrI.I' and d'e mare TREES fat selection to drones from.GARDNER'S I '
FRANK JOHNSONColonial would be well was given them by. i I| Invited Guests
would be limited earns to ad- the President who said that the I
it until SCRIPT $1.00-10 TIL 3"YOU
congress recon Hotel Building I federal government had seen to Phone 29 1101 Division St. P...... 177 Free Delivery[
.4".I.1'1"1:. it that no one starved so far I )



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1, THE NATION IMPROVES drifting hither and yon while a i 10 officers of the reserve list are
Qt'be iltp [ t5t Citfeest I KEY \VEST IN continuous search by several boats now living in Key Weat.I .

Readers of The Citizen have been 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS I I has been conducted. Shortly after:t -
Published Dally Exeept Bandar By j the Altahoma the hawser
DAYS GONE BY parted Editorial comment: Miami i U
in the
of I
THE CITIZEN PCBLUHIISG CO. IXC. aware the steady improvement I
and went adrift the Gwalia sank. effect
tremendous ttf
I. P. AaT A.N. PiW'emt;: economic condition of the country duringthe By_Don Herald lIipkslog.' Her. .1..; 10 Year I :I making raise two a million dollars to insure
JOB: ALLEN, jtuteta 1I..flla. Maaarer .
Ago Today. A. Tafc n From I -
From The Citizen Bit. ling present year. President Roosevelt recently I the extension of the Seafceard AirLine
Tit* Tk itlaea
Fiu Of
Corner Greene and Ann Street commented on the domestic situa- .-- -, \ Preparations are being' made I from West Palm Beach to
for an entertainment to be given the Magic City. Henry M. Pbgler
Only Daily Nw.papw La Key west and Monroe, tion and it might be well to call attentionto WERE MAKING NO, wERESWE1L NaT: Of extreme importance to the!Friday, December 18 by the pupils I.spent forty seven million to get

County. the items which reflect our national im TIME people of Key West is the announcement -1 of the Convent of Mary Immaculate I his railroad to Key West and did
Entered Key west. Florida, aa second doss matter provement. ITS ALL IN made in Washingtonby ; A Yuletide carol will be sung I not ask the people here to raise a
F1BTT-HXTU TEAR -- YOURHEADHASTE -Herbert Hoover, secretary of. by the junior pupils of the institu- penny.
Dividends declared in November by ,
commerce, that he intends to recommend tion.
H. hee .t t" ,u..elatea Pressthe the largest for !
Associated Press Is fxelasiTely entitled to use 827 corporations were any to congress the establishment The Wrecking: Tug WarWer.
foe{ republication of all news d'ep..tche$ credited to month since June, 1931, and the best for of a number of free' Captain Snow. returned to port

the it or local mot news otherwise published credited here.In toll_paper_ and_also the month since 1930. Reflecting increased zones or free ports, throughoutthe An attempt is now being madeto yesterday after a vain search for
country as an aid to commerce revive the Naval Reserve Officers the Barge Altahoma, and had not
NA iON41! ([) JCRIAlu earnings these companies paid and-foreign} trade. A group of'; Association in Key West.. It I been in port but a short time when
) A JOCJAnnN out $401,523,897 dividends .compared Key 'Westers"nare discussed the' win be composed of officers who she again left on a call sent out
s; tn.Iflf.A c "p35l1EBStlt1PTION with $347,246,152 in the same month last matter and decided to call attention -'' served during the world war and 1by the Freighter Anderson: which
I ----'- .of Secretary Hoover to the are now on the reserve list. About!i I is ashore near Span,sh Honduras.
ItA EeVS. year. proximity.of Key West to Cuba,1 ,
Tear ______ __ SlUG \ - - --
Six Months ___ .__r.__-_--_-u.__-.__ 5.00 The New York Times Weekly l Index Central and South American -
'Three Months -._ 2.10 advance ports and point out the feasibility'of ;
One MonthWeekly __..,_...- -- .110 of Business Activity recently to MAKES WASTE Key West's selection as one of
._,_ ..20ADYERTI1 for the week '
-- 84.6, compared to 76.9 same these ports if for no other: reason!
!(\: atATEtMade last year and is almost up to the top limit Some Los Angeles policemen mile trip ONLY THREE MIN : than its! advantageous location'I'!
known on application. recently broke a lot of traffic laws UTES ahead of the car that drove with reference to the countries GREAT
SPECIAL NOTICE of the spurt that was witnessed in the early to see 11 it the clock. carefully and observed all traffic south of this city.Announcement.
All reading notices, cards of ttianka. resolutions of summer of 1933. It is well above the top It doesnt.. reguIa.Uons-a gain of only 15 I _
obituary slices etc. will be charged for at the wildest e -
reapers They put on one of seconds per mile.
the whole of last and has
limit for
lire. year made !
the rate of 10 ct i a was today
churches from which and most Interesting automobileraces This& was a remarkable demon- _
Notice! for .alnnients
en .
a revenue It to derived are 5 cents a Line.The i been moving upward practically the entire ever staged anywhere.It stration of how little It gets us to bi J. Lean. secretary to L. P.)
Citizen l it jt open forum and Invites dlicnscien was a 12-mile race between drive Schutt manager of the Hotel
of public Iv.aes and subjects of local or general I year. crazy.
two Casa Marina, that the opening ofl
Interest but it will not publish aao us communication cars over city I
in the automobile in- The reckless driver has a nervous
.. Great activity THRovax'rnaiic. the season at the hotel will be on*I
I excitement which he mistakes -
------ dustry has followed the introduction of One car Ignored all traffic regulations for getting places quickly. New Year's Eve though the hotel'' e rases
than -cheated,. sneaked, took I "i'l be formally opened on Decem- :
new models in the fall rather duringthe He's Just kidding himself.
IMPROVEMENTS FOR kLADVOCATED chances.The other car played fair ber 28. The dance arrangements
L riZEN first of the year and the Federal Re- observed all rules drove care Drive recklessly and illegally'' will be on a scale more elaborate
e serve Board reports a "marked and substantial" fully. :and endanger your own life and than ever before and already'
The first car ran past stop that of many other people including
there have been a number of reservations -
increase in residential buildingfor lights, stole around street cars, children and you gain a
L., .Water and Se the first time since the decline that occurred ducked In and out of traffic lines. measly 15 seconds per mile. made. j I 1 1V

2.-*,Bridge t.,11f"h""U Main6 in 1928. The same source finds in- The first ear completed the 12- It's hardly worth while Is It? William H. Beardsley, chair-,

i, .a;<1and. .4 dustrial production at its highest since -- --- --- --:-T man of the board of-directors of,

1 \- Free Port. NCfJI iA .. 1930, again expecting the early 1933 boom l the Florida East Coast Railway
and Florida East Coast Car Ferry\
4.- Hotels ana Aprn...;u.. let. l. TODAY'S WEATHERI JI I company died yesterday in New

I 6-:BathingrPiivilfor>>: : rT The manufacturing employment indexof York City after a short illness'
He is survived his wodow and I
the Department of Labor stood at 85.3 I by
,Airports-Land and Sea. Lowed Highest north- and interior- of central- portions -1 two children. Sterling S. Beardsley j
4 7. .Consolidation of County and City for October, the highest since October, Station last night last 24 hours if weather clears; Saturday I and Mrs. John C. Goohill, both of I t. o
, -Gorernments. 1930, and the payroll index was at 75.1, Abilene 46 62 of New York. i n
( gw s
f __ 'H"-. the highest since March, 1931. Moreover Atlanta ,hn'_ 38 42 fli ?
250,000 workers returned to jobs in private Boston __ 30 44 r' Ralph W. Chambers, prominent Give her a General a
Buffalo 32 36 New York actor, is expectedto Etectricltefrigerator
Have you ever seen a Potato Act? industry in the month. _
Charleston _-- 54 I arrive in Key West this afternoon I' Christmas!
Secretary of Commerce Roper reveals Chicago 34 36 for the purpose of making for
Denver _._... 3S 64 j arrangements for a series of plays
Borrowing may seem easy but the that pre-Christmas buying in principal retail c I
,.. _
Detroit + to"be given during the coming NO .H
paying back isn't sport. centers is up from five to twentyfiveper Galveston __.. 52 56 season Smflm' Through Is the

cent over 1934 and the Department of Havana ._ 72 first of the plays and will be given
: Huron .........28 34 MONTHLY
Jumbled headline in a Charleston Agriculture finds that farm incomes are s i Christmas afternoon and night at
i Jacksonville 50 64 San Carlos theater. Mr. Chambers
paper: ;'Three Million Rats Killed; Ban- on the upgrade as compared with last Kansas City -- 40 52 Slightly Cooler Fair has made and enviable record as PAYMENTS

quet SeaSon Opens." year. A <* I KEY WEST .. IS 80 generally fair, slightly warmer an actor-director and promises' UNTIL
I The anti-administration criticism is Little Rock 32 48 north portion. that each presentation will be -
Los Arwe' .. 48 62 excellent ]I
with a full corrfpany and -
that economic conditions would have been I Jacksonville to Florida SC.its: MARC
What has become of the old fashioned Louisville 32 36 supporting cast.
who wanted inter- much better if the government had not interfered Miami .-...... 62 76 Fresh west and northwest winds; --:..;... -
dream book
JUan a to in business. Minneapolis 26 30 partly overcast weather tonight; After adrift and helpless ..
pret h&rnightly: visions? I being !]i payment needed! i.
New Orleans 42 50 r generally fair Saturday. for 11 days at mercy of winds j
New York 38 44 East Gulf Fresh west and the Altahoma'
UTILITY ACT HELD VOIPPerhaps : and waves, Barge j
"All should learn to drive a .. car,!! PenucoIa _. 40 52 northwest winds; partly overcast and crew of 22 men has arrived]I The West Electric Co.
,Pittsburgh\ .32. 38 Key.
at Tampa in tow of the Coast
law enacted
says an advertisement: Especially i a""loToT no by Congress 51. Louis -"-. 30 42 tonight; Saturday generallyfair. Guard Cutter Tallapoosa.,: This is

41 ginks wlio are driving now1.. during the Roosevelt administration was so Salt Lake City 30 46 the barge which broke away from ,
bitterly contested as the utility holding San Francisco 44 58 the tug Gwalia and has since been -- Y
Seattle 42 48
Is company act, which is considered by manyas WEATHER CONDITIONS .- -- -------'---
It wholesome to have the plain, Tampa ._._ 56 66 -- --
unvarnished the most drastic restriction ever placed Washington 38 44 1 illllllA!
truth told .C111.4TIIIIII'IIIIIIII.I'
The disturbance that was locat- '!f\
Williston 22 36
upon private business in the history of the I
if 4t dde&a't tickle
even exactly us. ed in the northeastern Gulf near

t nation.It. Temperatures'highest ; I Pensacola yesterday morning continued -
Our Road to Rt.-overy: will be the was freely predicted that the law __.._.?___........_._.--.......80 its northeastward movement :
= would eventually be declared uncon- Lowest _._....__.____ being central this morning VALUED HOLIDAY GIFTS
. road to the mainland once it is completedby stitutional, and the first skirmish in the Mean _...._._._..._._... .68"" on the coast of South Carolina I
the Building of the bridges over the two Normal Mean __......_.__...,70 Charleston: 29.52 inches, and has
courts has tended to confirm that predic- I
water gaps. Rainfall caused moderate to heavy rains in
I tion. In a recent decision, Federal Judge Yesterday's Precipitation .68 Ina..1 the East Gulf and South Atlan-I ; CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREPrices

William C. Coleman of Baltimore held the Normal! Precipitation .... .08 Ins. tic States and strong i
Pathfinder reports hat a Chicago undertaker law to be invalid*"in its entirety." He also .T... .....r. e-errs : -.... ......i, moderate gales along the coasts
.4 laic Hi .Vllc: ibis .eeaf. of these districts. Pressure is
advertises three funerals for the 1
instructed the trustees of a utility companyto Tomorrow* Almanac I also low this morning over the include setting up but not painted
price of"two. Who will be the first to get _...____ ,
treat the act as "invalid and of no ef Sun rises 7:04 a. m. Plains Slates and eastern Rockies I
up a club l of three? Sun sets __..... _......---- 5:40 p. m. with a disturbance over Colorado,
fect. Moon rises _.._.._10:07 p. m. Denver, 29.48 inches; while high 4.00
Judge Coleman took the position that Moon sets ..,_....._.....10:32 a. m. pressure areas cover the far West, I le SINGLE CHAIR -.- ---- e
Some wag said that :one way to crack Congress "flagrantly exceeded its lawful To..orrowTide.* i Roseburg Oregon, 30.26 inches I I 5.50

the nut'i in the"proof-reading; contest is to power" under the Constitution in enactingthe AJI. P.M. I I and northeastern sections, DOUBLE CHAIR : -
._...._.12:01 1:01 j .
Hi-h !: Boston Mass., 30.32 ranches.r _
hit the Contest editor-"On top of the head", measure by which elimination of most Low ?.....' ,..._y. 6;:43 6:001 j Rain has also occurred during .
as Andy would say.. of the holding companies in the utility Barometer 8 a. M. toJUy; I Jthe lest ;JJ4 hours on the north SINGLE'ROCKER LI_ 4.50 1

t field wassought. He described the law Sea level, 29.82. Pacific coast, rain or snow .
We' read of a ybling-woman who shot I as "grossly arbitrary, unreasonable and WEAT _R FORECAST southward throughout over the Lake the Ohio region Valley and CHILD'S CHAIR : ; .3.00 .

her husband the day.after 'heir marriage, capricious," and of such nature that it and Tennessee, and snow in portions .
having in mind the slogan (Till 8 ITU, Saturday) of the Plateau region. Temperatures L- 6.50
probably : was impossible to separate from the unconstitutional p. LAWN BENCH ____. : .
Gen- have fallen the east
Key West and Vicinity: on
"Eventually, why not now? sections and put into effect
erally fair tonight and Saturday;':Gulf coast and in :Florida, an'dhave
parts of the act, "if. any, which might slightly j cooler tonight; fresh risen in the West Gulf and TABLE 3.50
Business is business and politics is poli- otherwise be valid. west and northwest winds, diminishing Plains States and eastward over ----- d

tics and never the twain shall meet, but I The ruling of Judge Coleman is not Saturday. the Lake region..
I. Florida: Partly cloudy slightly i \; S. KENNEDY .
since politics" has entered business, busi- final, of course, as the constitutionality of cooler tonight, light frost in I 1 Officer In Charge. FOR YOUR BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORSField

ness entering politics and that is a the act must be passed upon by the United -

casus belli. I States Supreme Court, along with several : -1 Cannon $ .75 Gunboat ____.____$ .75

other laws enacted by recent ,sessions of : Large Cannon 2.50 Bombing Plane ____ .93

An excellent Christmas present (ac- i Congress, including the Guffey coal law, For CHRISTMAS and Heavy Artillery 2.00 Machine\ Gun _._______ 1.25 )\

cording to our idea) wbuld be to send The I the Wagner labor law,. the Agricultural ] .Ammunition tubeS

t Citizen. fo some relative awry from home.If : Adjustment Act, and the power program the NEW YEAR I per

he or she isn't tickled,with the gift you of the Tennessee Valley Authority. .'
Y can get back. ;
your money ,

The 50 smaller nations do not want A discovery that will revolutionize ,' I : ,
l teaches child thrift like Savings
Nothing a 'V ,
Ethiopia' a member of the tongue of Nations dentistry, it' is claimed, eliminates all pair i Account. Start one with us for him today for as J \a: ', OUR STORE AND SELECT YOUR GIFTS THERE

to be dismembered; they: state they' by applying a solution to the outer part of little as one dollar. From time to time add to it. t' ., IS BOUND TO BE FOUND HERE SOMETHING -

joined-the League for ptsection. not to be the tooth without the patient being aware I When graduation and college come along he will II ..: ;' .. THAT :MEETS\ A PARTICULAR -

1 torn asunder and quartered: by the big of it. Moreover, it "offers the possibility I be prepared for them. He will soon learn the lesson I "r ',. GIFT PROBLEM

shots, whenever they feel so inclined. of saving teeth now lost through X-t that it is not what you earn but what you save t tI 'i 1

traction." I that makes wealth.

All merchants in Key tit est want the The new pain-killer will mean much I : I S

JeoplEtof[ this commu. ity to purchase the'" to the world if it is what is announced. 0 0Ph

needs *here; that's reasonable. However, I Millions\ of children throughout the world ). The First Naftial Bank of Key West .I.{* Ssutii Fda Conttacti g & Engineering Co..

they should give a good example and buy will enjoy better health through the possession ,>!

their requirements in this clay, the place of better teeth if they no longer Member of the Federal Reserve zt: 596 White and E'za!' Streets S
where-they are making their tiring. Njt: fear the dentist's chair. Moreover, there Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance 'I s "Your home worthy' of the best" .

all are doing thK: What L: saute for the : rre adults without number who now resort Corporation 3 ', :

goose'is sauce for the gander. 1 to the dentist only in desperation \11111"1"1"111'1'. '>>
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leeee.eeee' .eee.eee.eee.e. formed Episcopal Church, born In

HIGH COURAGB [SOCIAL LOOP GAME r Today's i England. Died Sf. 5, 1922. -

I t by.Jesane Sowtndd SPORTS ''CALLED t) YESTERDAY I I Anniversaries 1844-John H. Patterson, Day.

I e..eeeee1Se.eeeeieee4eie ton. Ohio, cash register introducer :-
and manufacturer, born near
Chapter ULUKE'S wife had gained a divorcee for crneJ- 1797-Heinrich Heine, German
Dayton. Died 7 192.
The Social League game yesterday May ,
poet, born. Died Feb. 17. 1856-
PLAN recognizing ..:---- -_ --.- .-- .., .- .- .- -. .' afternoon Bayview Park
J JOHN NKUMAN Uu h d. ,For a had taken her ID.- was called at the end of the third : 184 -.HamiKftn Wright Mabte.
young man usually to elf-pos- "I told him Tecla put In meekly. L BY JOVE !, 1804-Joseph Howe. Canadian New York My editor, critic amt
"I could not hue my brother's baby inning. I statesman, born in Nova Scotia. author, born near West Point, N.
'aessed.he teemed embat-
singularly made unhappy by such a man." The game was stopped because Died there June 1, 1873. Y. Died Dee. 31, 1916.

xassed.Anyway.. "Fanwworta said then that he rain with the score nothing to Ii I
." tett, be. "tie sailor might be wrong. He had no definite .1 I BASKETBALL GAMES:, nothing. Hunters in many parts of the

said that ta. doctor and bra wifeOHSdsau proof of the charges but that if AROUND THE ,GOLF LINKS I Today the High' School ten will beloved 1815-"Deana Arthur P. Stanley, the country are being warned to not-
Stanley, English
examination, and gave theatle'Dt Crocker were the man his daughter mistake and shoot a relief worker
thought hIm he would marry her GYM tackle:! the Sanitary Department clergyman-author, born. Died
.' for deer. They won't ever a
lometlrhl&.Then be regained I I a ;
'conaclousaeis' and by the time the five years were (By GRAVY) I outfit.ieeCesieee.eee.e. July 18, 1881. deer constantly is on the move.

and demanded in at- up. he would hare proved himself [ ................i................................ I II
'torney' it once; said be knew be was worthy. I! .. .
Excepting for few shower Two basketball games will be e e ee IS 18-Mary Todd Lincoln
a of Eddie Strum and Melvin Russell i ir I
*oft i to die and that be bad to I I
Ill, daughter before then "protect '"T HEN here comes the Important baths, lightning; scares, thunder against Doc: William i Penebabe I. playeJt at the High School gym 1 i wife of the President and mother KEY WESTCOLONIAL
complexes and winds resistant indulged I I !" SOCIAL LEAGUE : of his four boys born at Lexington -
Anne found tears stinging her -a part. If. within that time. Kemp and Charles Salas were undecided r tonight. HOTELIn
eyes. Luke nadn't been trying to protect Crocker married any other wcman, in by a few of the gf .[I whether to face the elements In the first contest the Busy i ;,; Ky. Died at Springfield,I:
the canneries but ber. His last and Anne Farnsworth was convinced boys, a good time Was had by Ta- ; or Willie Watkins' wrath I'' Bee Bakers will tackle the WPA' STANDING 111. July 16, 1882. the Business

thought.Mil last breath almost werepent of his duplicity she woutd rious and sundry. But let trs get!!and decided upon the,former and "workers.: This game will be full: 1'I I the Center of

t for bbl sake come into Imm6dtat6 control of all I on with our story and see about I stopped after playing 14 holes. It!! of thrills from start to finish, ... I 1835-(100( years ago) Phillips and Theater District

"The sailor said !he figured he the Far !*orth properties; with this matter. .I seems that Strunk and Doc were 1!I because the Bakers are after their I( Brooks, Philadelphia's ((186069)and 'I Flrt _
CI Fireproof
ought to get oat but be didn't wantto Ansel Kellogg acting as general ad- tied for skins and Melvin failed to third I); straight victory and the I Club- W. L. Pet Boston's great Episcopalian -

wade the efeeS to mate it and riser and Administrator until such Mr. Lionel Plummer decided win any but to all it should be::' Workers will try for their first i clergyman, born in Boston. Died Sensible Rates
2 .600
Administration ---.3
decided to wait and see If be eonl D't time as Kellogg felt she was capable that maybe his bad playing was stated that Doe William Per- win. after two defeats. 'I there Jan. 28, 1893.
ne&k out the doer,later."The of carrying: on alone. due, in a small measure, to fnalty crval was three strokes better 'I I In the nightcap, the High1 J School : Wild Cats _..__._ 3 3 .500' I Garage Elevate*

attorney came In. and the "Certain bequests were itemizedand clubs and therefore he straightway than Mr. Strunk which gave great fire will face the strong Park :Transfer Corner __ 2 3 .400 1835-Samuel Fallows, Union
dying: man and he were closeted I these were' to be made at'that I had them repaired. With the pleasure to Doc. As far as the :!f t Tigers. Both clubs are tied for : High School __ 2 3 .400 chaplain and soldier in the Civil t:1 Pop.Ur Pri .*

alone for awhile."The :time." result that all over the course match was concerned it was a tie. I second: place. I It Department 0 1 .000'' War, Chicago's bishop of the Re-
patient, whom the sailor I He paused a moment then went I yesterday you could hear Li telling II I 4[ The Bakers win don their new :J i _

'Identified as Lake Faraaworth, told ,on. "When I reached: port after my his fellow players why he,was I'uniforms tonight They are 'very ...e.................... ),
the attorney,that he felt his daughter Alaskan trip. 1 found things In pretty (mocking 'em a mile. Maybe a For several weeks a match between I[classy green: and white. i' _j -y
was aboat to marry a man who bad shape. The men were badly few other friends of Li's should Sam Harris (Postmaster) 'Today In History :

"wanted her for her money only. Mr. "riled up over Crocker'a alleged use II "go and do thou likewise. Anyway and Bill Bruner (Clubmaker) on J' ,
Varnsworth] said he had been look- I of a bootleg trip. I I Li took Otto for an opponent the one hand and Willie (Pious) FOOTBALL GAME Ie.: ...................... !,

I I but before long Tim Pitt- Watkins and Samnella (Weather) 1 4 [ 1642-Tasman, Dutch Engraved GreetingCARDS

man and Charlie Ketchnm arrived Goldsmith en the other has been I HERE TOMORROW\ tor, discovered New naviga-I
I on :the scene so Otto and Li in the Making. Mr. Hams has J

):: q'.K% played them and won, all due of I practiced diligently; he bought f :
a ,rl. s course'to those repaired clubs; he I new sox, shoes and clubs; took 1 I 1862-Battle of :

3 forgot about those long putts I:several lessons and was all primed i Tomorrow afternoon, 2 o'clock burg Va.-Lee Fredericks'I'I

..' cam. Otto popped in the can. : for victory yesterday. But he!I the two eternal rivals in football side.
Sts s ( '.t ti forgot the meteorological elements [of this city will meet for the PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW

i, Mr. Louis Cruickshank gave a II and when the lightning I I fifth time this year. 1906--International agreement

? 8s lesson to Cookie Mesa and Old flashed Mr. Harris was nearly,I II The High School eleven won preserving the integrity of Ethiopia Over 500 Different Samples To Select From"
c+ I Bye Sands in that Mr. C. came out finished bUt when the shower I I| the two last games played by a 6 signed in London.1918American .
victorious on both rounds. But I came he was quits. When num-ito,i 0 and a 19 to 0 scores. -

the Duke of Rock Sound was no ., ber 1 was over the match was a I The Carbonell Stars have add- !
slouch either in that he tied Mr. draw and since the foursome ed strength to the club and they Army of Occupation Priced Low

4a Mesa on one round Now Mr. broke up before the 17th hole was claim they win overcome the t crosses Rhine.1920Assembly .

a Sands will be challenging such finished, it has been declared a High School this time. i I 40 STYLES OF ENGRAVINGWish
guys as William Pious or maybe draw. Aiief so each boy will haveto The ABC outit will stand pat I
I Bill :Malone. pay for his own dinner. To begin on their line-up. of the Leagueof
on number 1, :Mr. Harris sunka Officials for the game will! be: I Nations adopts plan to set up
I Ii Your Friends! A MERRY CHRISTMASWith
Before Fred Ayala, Curry Har- 20-ft. puU and tied the hole. Referee, Hale (Florida); or Va- permanent court of international:

ris, Ike Russell and Pete Taylor Then along about number 3 he rela (Monroe High); umpire, De-justice.i GREETING CARDS

could get further than number got into difficulty but recoveredby : meritt (Ga. Tech); head linesman -, _

five green the rain wind, and number j> when he got a par, Larsen (B. P.) ; timekeeper I 1932-House tables resolutionof

thunder arrived on the spot. And I took the t' "points and thereby Saunders (Monroe High). I Representative McFadden calling For Distinctive Cards, Call at or Phone
Ike tied the first round. And soon
were those boys damp! Mr.
for impeachment of Presi-
1 J
7 q got 10 shots on number 5, when i I j everybody was playing schedule! i!WOMEN SHARE HONORS dent Hoover.
he should have made a 4, the way|I until number seven when the i
:: : he knocks them with the wind.j j i aforementioned lightning was discovered IN BRITISH HUNTING
and been considered a typically masculine THE ARTMAN PRESSCITIZEN
: Mr. Fred Ayala came out on top by Sweet Elyssium I I
of the heap but was pushed after that the story was too sad j I (By Au.elated rye... sport. j
kinda hard by Mr. William Cur- for all concerned (that Is, to I I LONDON, Dec. 13.-A new Not only are they riding to
He knew he was going to die. ry Harris. those that expected to win!).!i I season of fox-hunting is under hounds in increasing number but I) BUILDING PHONE 51

However, we shall see what we i! way in England, with women 17, a record, are serving as Masters '
fug'for proof that the man was asked the leader how Crocker
The "wild-foursome" composed: shaH see. I sharing the field in what has of Hounds.
his position with the canneries by with these things; ,why Lee
make money for himself; that manager didn't see that -- ---

found him deceitnl even crueL- ', Instructions that'Bsheraen' ...:..eiieeeeii..iie.aToday'S TITLE
"Luke was afraid the man preference weren't carried out.

Insist upon marrying the girl told me that Lee had In re- Horoscope e....
diately upon his death retired, that Crocker his son- ORDINANCE NO. 320.COUNCIL. e
16 protect her. and that he was carrying on his work. SERIESAN
wrest the ownership of the having heard the That this day is a fortunateone ORDINANCE PROVID- t FIRMS

ies away from her in time and story I was interested and for a measure of success is ING FOR A FRESH WATER
from the cruel treatment of- him how he knew. almost certain. There will be AND SEWERAGE DISTRIBUTION -
he was capable would leare given the favor of employers;I SYSTEM OR
seems that Crocker has been
penniless. great insight into speculative af- PLANT; DESIGNATING

the coast man among because all of fishermen his treat fairs; a good balance of mental STREETS. ALLEYS, AVE- Who u'o Give You Service-Patronize ThemF1IDAY.
"TJE felt that If he pretended and physical forces with the power NUES AND LANES FOR
of them so when the Ahtl put
leave her with only an Hoqiam after a trip up the to utilize them. If the native SUCH PURPOSE; PROVID-

ance which would enable her to some fishermen trailing her will only work, fame and fortune '- ING THAT PUBLIC UTILI-

comfortably in the home be in after them. are as sure as anything can TIES, AND OTHER USERSOF

leaving hIs brother the man in found that Crocker. Miss be in this world.PREHISTORIC. SUCH STREETS, AL- Star American Coffee ROSES
lion one Rob Crocker would not ; a r lee Farnsworth. Tom and - -- LEYS AVENUES AND JOHN C. PARK TIFT'S
through kith the marriage and LANES REMOVE OB- NOW OFFERED IN
Farnsworth went Immediate- TURTLE
before final disposition of the STRUCTIONS WHICH MAY THREE GRADES
the courthouse. :
they'd left they bad a Finn 328 SIMONTON ST.
him out. and would have turned OF SAID STAR Ib. 2ac
friend working there check up. INSTALLATION SPECIALTY
someone more fitted to the he discovered that Crocker had 4br Aseadatea Press. FRESH WATER AND SEW- LARGO lb. 18e 110t Division Street

womanhood she represented. Sharlee. They'd asked for CANYON, Tex, Dec. 13.-The E R A C/E DISTRIBUTION P L U M BIN G .
"Farnsworth also asked the publicity saying the marriage fossil of a turtle shell, estimatedto SYSTEM OR PLANT; PRO- v. & S., 1b, 15c PLANTS and VINES. PHONE 29'
ney to watch his daughter a death in the immediate be 5.000,000 years old is the VIDING THAT THE BOARD
should she attempt to marry ." l latest addition to the Panhandle- WORKS OF ROASTED IN KEY WEST
ker to lee she didn't without OF PUBLIC I FLORIDA Staple and.FaISt
Plains here.It "
cried Anne. 1 don't care In museum THE CITY OF KEY WEST
ascertaining; whether least whom Bob Crocker mar was unearthed near' Claren CONSTRUCT OR CAUSETO Groceriea '
'man living with Crocker's 1 "
near Roseburg. was Crocker, hut to use Lake and Luclnda's don. BE CONSTRUCTED OR PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
as a means of. keeping the
wife and lithe child living t PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION I Complete Lute Fresh
Quiet is too much. The West Electric ..
was not Crotker/s"son." Key Company OF SAID FRESH WATER I 512 Greene Street
e Kellogg frowned. "The PHONE 348 Fruits and Velebblea
"That's Wjryhe would never ta with you Is that you don't TO HOLDERS OF FIRST MORTGAGE AND SEWERAGE DIS- 11 Phone 256 PHONE 597
me to his people" Anne Interjected.I FIVE PER CENT FIFTY YEAR COLD TRIBUTION SYSTEM OR :
kept Insisting that we at that some people have BONDS OF THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC PLANT; PROVIDING FURTHER i
honor' honesty nor even
drive out to:see-them and Rob Personally, shouldn't be COMPANY THAT THE SUPERVISING I I SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
ways found some excuse. J1."I Under the SinkingFond provisionof ENGINEER IN
Rob always would find some at anything Crocker did the Mortgage or Deed of Trust CHARGE OF SAID INSTALLATION Je.fiala, Z Ibl. 35c INSURANCE

cuse. Anne said Kellogg. 'But murder.winced at the word "mur above dated Company August 1. and 190C. State between Street the AND CONSTRUCTION : Yellowtail Steak Z Iha. 3Sc fljJj KEY WEST 11i .
more you hear about his Trust Company of Boston the undersigned SHALL GIVE NO- :
It brought back the day of Trustee hereby gives Yellowtail .e Bete. 2 lbs. ZSc Offices 319 D1rral Street -
for the last few months,the less TICE TO REMOVE WITHi i
Farnsworth's death too vividly notice that until December 1*. 1935. Creeper, 2 Ibi. 2Sc
think of his brains. I've never the thought that but for a swing- at twelve o'clock noon, it will receive IN FIVE DAYS OF THE SUNDAY STAR
such a fool Idea. sealed proposals for the sale DATE OF SUCH NOTICEIN Spper, 2 Iha. 25c
wave she herself would have of the above named bonds to absorb TELEPHONE NO.1
Anne smiled a little shamefaced! the victim. the sum of Four Thousand Nine WRITING ANY OB- I Matto. Fishy 2 u... Z5c t. .
"You're right as usual-but the ." John continued "1 Hundred and Forty Dollars ($4- STRUCTION WHICH MAY iDulmp""lI $2 Per Year.
almost worked so far as I was 949.90) or any part thereof. Interest FRESH SHRIMP
,; that at last matters had got on bonds purchased will cease INTERFERE WITH THE r TIT Your M.1a AtFresh
cerned. beyond anything I or my friends on December 26. The right Is reserved CONSTRUCTION OF SAID Large Select Oysters Key West s Oalj. Sunday -THE---
"How could yon know!" to reject any and all proSTATE I -- -.. -
Crab Meat Ie It SSe
ed John Neuman loyally, and do. There was bound to be )>011&1 So FRESH WATER AND SEWE >> cans : Paper 1 ft1.i lmonico Restaurant
Judge smiled a little private t By S. H \Volcott, Vice President. Business Office CitizenllLLrJ1 B.JwsIser Beer ____ IS.
1HS, ty ..lea"". Borma) SYSTEM OR PLANT.
as he watched the Boston Massachusetts, December
Anne. John went on: 2.. 1935.- dec4-C-ll-13 Passed by City Council on first LOWE FISH COMPANY BuiI&IIg COMP''.UV Sir Cease DI...... --

"Luke Farnsworth learned Tile mystery' of Judqe Kclloga's I I reading December 11, 1935. PHONE 151 PHONE 5 1 &11 ____ S0c 7', .... 35.
return Is explained TITLE' Passed by City Council on second
day here tn Astoria that his tomOl'I I .
I reading December 12, 1935.
.'-- -- '- 1 ORDINANCE,NO. 321, : I Passed by City Council on third

.. COUNCIL SERIES' and final reading December 12. AARON McCONNELL Our ReputatiOD i Is w. EXTRA LARGE SELEcT
C., columnist born at I PRITCHARD
; : i
tthd; ; 1 AN ORDINANCE FIXING S3S Fkai.a Street
Today's ilL, 38 years ago. i 1935.WILLIAM CHESAPEAKE BAY

.......*..*...*........ I I ,THE CITY ATTORNEY OF I Pres. Pro-Tern, City Council l ; F NL\ HOME
(Frederic J. Haskin of Waahli-- THE CITY OF KEY WEST. Attest Av.Th \ OYSTERS
Alvni C. York of Tall ,
I D. C., newspaper syndicate 1
Passed by City Council on first i WALLACE FINDER,
Tenn., the World War's born at Shelbina* Mo, C3:: 'I' reading December 11, 1935. i ''City Clerk. r D Watch j P R I N r I N G Dlgalfl.d syspeL.W

ing hero, promoter of : ago. Passed by City Council on second Approved: Ctlurusy SaTed Any Style and De-

for mountain children, born : --:-- 1 reading, December 12, 1935.: JAMES S. ROBERTS, 0eetee DONE BY US limed Cooked or Raw, to any

Fentress Co. Tenn. 48 CoL Charles W. Furlong of i Passed by City Council on third decl3-lt Acting Mayor. part of eitJ'.
I Mass; eXplorer; Scient and final reading, December 12. WATCHMAKER JEWELER -THE- HOT SOUSE EVERY
ago. i and soldier born at Cam. 1935. AND ENGRAVER.
I Pres. Pro-Tern, City Council. FUNERAL HOME I See Him For Your.Next Wca PRESS m- Juicy St bALL

Dr. A, Lawrence Lowell Mare Connelly of New York! Attest: Serving Key West PRICEs REDUCED Citizen Bltig. LADY ATTENDANT

dent emeritus of Harvard, born playwright born at Mc-I WALLACE PINDER Half Cn.ry Heaps f t. lZ-1 t. 6OP. WELLS' LUNCH, ROOM

Boston 79 years ago. Ii I Pa, 45 years ago. City Clerk. 24 Hoar Ambfttaae PHONE 51 '
i I .. Saturday NI.l.ta Plea 54S If.- n... 207.W too Scnatlaar-.l SLr
i Approved: keened EmbalntcrPlou. I

i Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I JAMES ROBERTS, 135 NTiht 696.* ." r .

prey Pearson of .1t s n l, __ __ __ J decl3-lt. Acting Major.



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..........................................*......I I .e.....................a Rogers' Love Of Animals Not Confined To Horse; i j Blacktaii Doe Deer r"T6 p c..& a file of Motiey in the

COMING EVENTS grass they eat, salt they lick and

I ........................ He Once Rebuked Cousin For Killing a White Fawn Annoy Texas Rancher water they drink. This year

:-: SOCIETY :-: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 'I[At The Stores! Hr Anmnmtv Press they "ate my kitchen garden

......................e. truck.
................................................. Monroe Java."Sweet" Surrender"and Will Rogers' love of animalwas FORT DAVIS, Tex, Dec. 13. .-
I "East of
PERSONAL MENTION Davis mountain ranchers are complaining -
Harris School P.-T. Assn. I PAlace-"Range Warfare." not confined to horses whichhe LEWINSKY'S MEN'S SHOP \i, there too I check
are many
Pena's Place-4:30-5:30 P. M. COLDS
The cocktail horr. broke so efficiently or rode so eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoA. Sale on suits at Lewinsk1'aIen's blacktail doe deer. They want 6 666 6 6
Wednesday sad
Holds Meeting Shop will continue while{ *
High School-7:30 P. M. BasketbalL skillfully.E. Adams, who was in { permission to kill them.- I FEVERfir
they last, the advertisement
Busy Bees vs. WPA. Miami on business, returned on says ; "There are hundreds too many
V. Schrimsher, of Roswell, in this issue.
This store has day
the this
plane morning. a'!
Harris School Parent-Teacher and was followed by Mrs. Inez Park vs. High School. on my ranch, said W. T. Jones.I
vocal solo. Jun- N. M., a cousin of the actor-hum- complete line of Christmas gifts! u.- -TaWet. HEADACHESIB
{ Steadman a Stowers Park-4:00: P. M. ,
Association, is the only association -'; Principal W. C. .Duncan re- ior diamondball game. orist recalls this incident, which 'Forrest Gay was a returning I Including shirts, bathrobes, belts,! Frank Johnson's in the Colonial MeteDrp* IB 30 miavtesLEWINSKY'S

of its kind in the Thirteenth ported contribution*U'oi I... many occurred when Will was a youthof passenger on the plane this mor*f buckles ties and hankcrchief .Hotel building. A special line of I

District of Florjda, placed on the articles of clothing and shoes and SATURDAY, DECEMBER, ,14. '. 16, not yet embarked on the: ing from a visit in Miami i W I !sets, socks, etc. I new linen goods will be auctioned I

honor roll of the state for payment -' $2 in cash by Appelronth's Store l off tongiht.
Monroe ; "Broadway Melody career which was to make him MARKET
Captain Phillip Cosgrove, master BERMUDA I II
dues. |of Fashion and Theo. Holtsbergsto -
all membership and
of of 1936" with'Jace Benny famous:
I I of
This announcement was madeIn be used as gifts for needy per of the Lighthouse Tend : Ono fine finest stocks of I
Eleanor PowelL One day, when was spending
Edna The secretary was in- Ivy, was an arrival from Miami meats In the city is carried by !
a letter from Secretary sons. Palace-"Acces t oH Youth"with part of his summer at my I Medicated SHOPSALE
this morning, coming by plane Bermuda Meat Market MEN'S
Wilson which was read at a meet- structed to send a note of thanksto tJstDa! Herbert home- Claremore Okla. I gt corner
i ; Sylvia S near ( ), I iMrs. 8] ,White with of
and ingredients
Viringia streets. John
association held Wednesday those who contributed. I ON SUITS WILL CON-
Ing of the : Marshal & had tried to induce him to go I Eliza who Cobo
Young is the .
The meeting! Parents were invited to visit. was; proprietor.In 1 TINUE WHILE THEY LAST
afternoon. Pena's Place- l:3fc-5:30: P. M. hunting with me. But he refused 1 VicksVapoRubVICKS
I spending a while with relatives this issue the Bermuda
waS presided over by President the exhibit of work done by the The cocktail hour. :; I alone and shot beauti- and
so went a ;;. in Miami, returned this Market lists Suits, $24.75 815.U0
I I' by plane a few of the
Elizabeth Singleton.The I opens
meeting was opened with to be used as Christmas M. The Promenade. I was proudly taking it off my I makes deliveries on Sunday I Blue Serge Suits,

singing of "America" and recital gifts.Mrs. Cuban Club-=9:30 P. M. Johnny horse when Will walked up look- I P. D. Holloway. Miss morning. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT $19.75, sale ." -815.OO
of the Lord's Prayer. J Sebastian Cabrera, jr., Pritchard's second week-end ed at the dead fawn and said:
"Laura A. Moline\ Miss Florence
The famous W. L. CO K\
the FERA moved that member of the P.T.A. o0-
from a
Mrs. Spencer ; dance. You oughtn't to have killedit Sawyer and Mrs. Waldo .JWeUUAND
health clinic gave an interesting:i be appointed to whom peopleon Raul's-10:00 P. M. The Recreation ,' then walked away." who left CHRISTMAS TREES WAVES Douglas Shoes _
) Sunday JOhnson'l'
the relief rolls to for ad- i First shipment of Christmas :
and instructive talk on proposed may go Department's Benefit I'wo Permanent
the for few
diphtheria clinic for children -);vice when they are unable to secure Dance. Dell Woods' Orchestra. Millions now have an opportunity -'ami,highway have returned.a trees will arrive by truck Tues- for gg.QQ Florsheim Shoes, for the Man

to be operative in Key West* medical attention from the Bayview: Park-2:00 P. Ii!. to contribute to the memory day, December 17, for Tiffs Cash Better Wave. $5.00 and ap Who Cares, $< O *7K

for children under seven years of FERA.It Football game. of Will Rogers. Famous friends Fred Eberhardt, custodian of Grocery, 1101 Division street. MRS. MILLER at. _-*.._n..n._ .

age. Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz was was announced that a Christ- Pena's Place-10:00 P. M- have organized The Will Rogers the Fort Jefferson National Mon 407 South Street Phone 574JPALACE I t AND 't'PA

appointed to assist in this work. mas play will be presented by Dancing and the best mixed Memorial Commission. It is hoped ument at Garden Key, who was JOHNSON'S AUCTION 1 very fin line of SPORT

Ru. J. B. Culpepper, of First pupils of Harris School drinks. every one .vhc smiled with!i'in Miami for a few days on' busi- Large crowds ere attending the I PANTS just received.A .
Methodist Church, spoke on night with expectations of IIOnda1'1 Bayview Park-2 P. M. Foot- Rogers will come forward with aj I ness, returned by plane this big auction sales each night atfj. large line of Shirts Arrow.

"What Christmas Means To Us" attendance. ... ball game. rubscription. Take it or send it!morning. -- Reb Russell in Regal and Elder Q*| f\f\\

to your bank--or any bavk--or .irom ._ .._. >*3 M ***1**
I umu.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 15 use the coupon found elsewhere RANGE. WARFARESerial II : f x UP

Junior Woman's Club Makes Navy Yard-1:00 P. M. Swim- in.The Citizen to send your subscription j HARRIS LOCATEDIN G. Kantor Ioc. and Comedy I JOSHES, Silks Terry Cloth and

I ming. to this office. Matinee: S-lOc; Night: 10-lSc : lfinnels.ELTS! .

Plans for Christmas Tree Navy Ball Field-3:00 P. M. Every cent subscribed will be NEW OFFICEW. kpd BUCKLES.
Baseball game. used for memorials to be selected FOR MEN EXCLUSIVELY -- -I IFLY" TIES aft'4 HAND- Q1 HrtSl

by Henry Ford, Herbert Hoover, SHIRTS.. Our shirts QI IIi S.1) .

Detailed ,plans. for?? the Christ tribution to poor and needy chile WOMAN BITES COP Alfred H.'Jones.E. Smith, Will H. Hays. Curry Harris, attorney-at- this season are more attractive i khitJs Jesse Owen D.
mas tree to'be given for poor the removal of with the- uIjot
dren.The law. announces than ever with $1-00
President John N. Garner
children of the city by the*Junior<;', arrangements made by the CHICAGO.-When a policemanof Vice his law office to the HeIlings,; the new Trubenized col- PAN AMERICAN PLANENo from 2'101 n..n .
'1Woman's club will provide for a stipulated this city arrested Mrs. F. C.I,end other men and women of national Building 319 Duval street. Change In Rates I AND IT
Club, were completed at number of gifts according to the Gayton for intoxication she bit prestige and respect. The This is the office which I' lars. No blisters, no Make Reservations by Phone
f same Sock.1S1.00
of the organization this, each memorials will depend on the wrinkles. Made by Phil- Interwoven and Phoenix -
.a meeting number of tickets sold and him severely on the wrist. Telephone
the late Judge 620s
week. j I child presenting a ticket will be number of friends who contributebut was W. Hunt occupied Harris by, father of W.I I lips-Johnes, Arrow and Regular Planes, MiamUKey' I I for 2 $1.00or:

The tree will be dressed and in''provided with candy, fruit and a ........................ they will be used for charitable Curry Harris. E. & W.- I West Airways, Inc. I
readiness 3 o'clock on the after- toy. educational and humani- i I I $1.25 to $2.50 S.T..Wed.Fri.RATE. ; Lewinsky's Men's Shop

:noon of December 23 at Coral Isle I(I At the same meeting of the CLASSIFIEDCOLMUN tarian purposes. There will be Some day we intend to conduct ONE WAY, $7.50 ,
I i cold shaft of marble to honor SWEATERS, all wool.
no Where Better Mean's War.
Casino and win be for children club plans were made for the a whispering campaign, and de- Leave Key West 4 p. m., Ar-
the of this friendly New styles and all colors
old who have annual The Dansant. This is a memory warm. I* SoY
from 2 to 10 years termine that language with which rive Miami 5:20 p. m.
:' students man. They will be living, con- with zippers. Plain anda .
been provided with tickets en-yearly event in honor of talks. Fast Comfortable Safe

:titling them to entrance. I II returning home from institutionsof ........................ tinuing memorials. !; money big selection of leather
These tickets are being sold by learning in different parts of 1 ___
PERSONAL A famed astrologist offers fora
'members of the club and practically the country and is one of the outstanding -: to $8.50
dime to acurately predict our
all of them have been disposed social events of the win- ; I
STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, future through and including W. HarrisAttorney HATS. Fine felts, silk
of, it was said this morning.B. I I ter season. Curry
: P. O. Elks 551, which will The dance will be held 5 o'clock INDIGESTION victims, why 1936. We have after a prolonged I II lined, any desirable color, WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
suffer! For quick relief geta period of thought, declined the I new shapes, including
this Christmas afternoon in the dancing
have no Christmas tree year I
At Law Local Committee for West
free sample of-UDGA, a doctor's offer, believing that this Key
bought 100 of the tickets for dis-,I salon of the Hotel ColoniaL generous I Stetson- I
prescription at Gardner'sPharmacy. amount will about our fare
pay s j
$1.95 Up
to the distance point we will invariable Announces the Removal of 1: Date _.._____..__.............

Anange Dance At Coral Wheel Club nov 1I-12-13Z 20-21-22-27-28-29dec4-5-6; reach during 1936. |I His Law Office to I Ii yours HOLIDAY in time.GIFTS.A big Get selection I TO THE EDITOR:

HabanaMadridManager < To Meet Tonight i
of Hand Made
BICYCLES 319 Duval Street I Ties, made by Cheney and I Wishing to have ;a part in perpetuating the

Juan Carbonell an- Members of the Key West Hellings Bldg. others. Flannel Robes, I memory of one of our most beloved and useful
!I the
nounces the first of the winter I i Coral Wheel Club are to meet Hour, Day- or Week. Repair Hickock Belts and citizens, I enclose herewith my contribution of

season dances at the Habana-I.this evening 8 o'clock at the homeof all makes and paint them with Men's Shop) I Buckles, Handkerchiefs, the Will Rogers Memorial
Madrid Club for tomorrow night,! Miss Florence Sawyer, 523 Nu-EnameL We carry a full Etc. I
one- 517 Dnval StreetSHOES, Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
which will be of a series to be for the
Eaton street. supply of parts. Agent SHOES. Yes, we have
given during the next several Rollfast and Dayton: Bicycles. ; others from Key West and will go without any
This will be a recessed business plenty to fit everybody,
months.Those who have attended these I meeting and it is hoped that all And sell them as low as week.$504<) I IME1"S all solid leather, guaran- ,I deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be
down and }
per' teed by Peters and Beacon expended also without deduction the Memorial
popular entertainments and members of the club will be Phone 276.. J., R. Stovers Co. I I any as
I. .
danced to the alluring music fur- present nodstrFOR Ii I } Committee may determine.

nished by Dell Woods orchestra, I i BUY WITH CON-

will recall the pleasurable .. eve sure the patrons that the lime RENT !i I ,h1a1I FIDENCE AT f Name ... _._..._.........___.._____.
nings spent dancing on the beautiful courtesies and prompt service i .

tile floor, in a tropical at- which has been afforded in the UPPER street for.FLOOR office, or 532 residence.Duval KANTORPHONE ; Address .....-._...._................... .. ...._ ......_m.I .
mosphere than can be found no- past will be evident at this dance I Hire This
1026 Varela street, I
where else in the south. and at all functions in the future 897 N3Revenge

Manager_ Carbonell wishes to asPEOPLE'S given at this popular resort. corner conveniences.Virginia.Apply Both, J.modern Arono- I I i Army Of t

vitz, 534 Duval street.

........................I 1"1"1'.1'1".1 dec2-6tx "Salesmen"THEY'RE .--- --.- -- -----.- ...

........................ SUBSCRIBERS -2 bed rooms, conveniences TISING COLUMNSof -

THOUGHT porches. 519 Elizabeth ,h'iHPANI
Street. nov13 s
Editor If yea do not receive year DRESS SHOES, Black, -
The .Citizen: .- .
paper lay 6:15 dock !I. the FURNISHED APARTMENT Brown and Sport; made by
It may DC, that,_we shall have to 628 Peters Central Arnolds and
conveniences, ,
afternoon call telephone 51 Modern f The Key West
wait some little time i ,(not too White street or call at Gaiti's others, pair ___... $2.95 ,
and will sent to
long I for the n paper nov12 i l 1
hope) railway. Barber Shop Citizen r/4 ft'
home. A complaint boy WORK SHOES .
This your guar- .4
turn .i in one t
may out way U oa duty at this office from NICELY FURNISHED APART anteed solid leather ............ t
to be a help to +West m-e'ssage
827 _..__ $1.95 and They'll take your at
Apply $2.50 #
who, then 6:15 to 7llS p. ... for lie MENT, with garage.
have goodoats
Myrjtt oct19 to home in tlffif city
Duval street. every t.-
&* femes, mjujjeople- hi our purpose of delivering complain -
every I and SELL 'EM your wares
city could make the journey to **. Help us five you 100 guaranteed; Black, Brown, '

Miami taking passengers.As percent service fcy caling- 51 HEAR DR. CEKELER White and Sport ._..... $5.00 j or services. .-\ '
these persons will be con. I In dramatic recital of Dickens'"A -.5-
do receive The Citi- 1'
if not
veyed from point to point, and in yon Christmas Carol" NUNN BUSH SHOES, the famous I PHONE 51The .
some cases state .... I Ankle Fashioned,
up a very profit' Sunday Evening at -
able business might be done. First Presbyterian Church Black Brown and Sport, i Citizen

Then, the same thing can be '111.4'.41'.1'.1'.11Bermuda "The Southernmost Church in at _._.....___.__... $6.75 f
done for the trip from Key Westto I the United States" I tY

Miami and other points.
It may resolve the problem for Meat Market notel"
Jaekseovtlle'e Leaelaff
-- Terry Willett was wedded to the South American
of our hard-pressed people. Nice of SEMINOLE
Shipment THE
REV. ALFRED DE BARRITT. HENS AND FRYERS jungle for purpose-to get revenge, to tame

Key West Fhu, I Heavy Western MeatCubanand with locks and dams the stream that had licked his
December 13 1935.MONROE .
I Spring American Lamb Cuts Oversea Transportation Co. father an engineer like himself. .

THEATERFrank All Ingredients for Souse Not even Allaire West could make him forget r

Parker-Helen Lynd in Fresh Pork Ham and Fresh l is OWNED AND OPERATED BY the job he had to do, though romance called above v

SWEET-and-SURRENDER Armour's Pork Shoulder-Not Star Pork Tenderloin Frozen Thompson Fish Co. Inc., Key West t the din of the riveters and the roar of.dynamite. 3 '

EAST OF JAVA awakening the Jungle echoes.
Phone 52 Free Delivery
Matinee: Balcony, 10c; Orchestra White at Virginia Street REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT

15-20c; Night: 15-25e JarkaeBTllle. Fler'.. SERVICE BETWEEN NEVER

A human home-like Institution .
where you will find rnr laelTteeal. West and MiamiNOW
_.f.rt Sad ..(__..r a matter Key
Peninsular of great Importance. David Garth's serial io tic sweltering
& Occidental Steamship Company opens_ \ ;
A steel flrrrre ..1141..* locate* MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST STq
Effective December 22nd. 1935.S. IM tae newt .f the eft? coffee fort of Propionoire, moves through the gay o Rn NG

S. CUBA Every Room -with Combination Tn> -ON- life of Washington and New York then back again C Af

,,Leaves Port Tampa on Sundays and Wednesdays at 2:30 Ceiling and Shower Fan. Bath Slat Door Radio for, Summer Electric: TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYT FRIDAY AND ;Ito the jungles and to a happy concl> sion.. Its people r j Oq T f
P. arriving Key West 7 A. )I. :Mondays and Thursdays. Ventilation Comfortable Bed wits SATURDAY MORNINGSWE 6
Leaves St. Petersburg arriving Mattresses of Inner SpringCon- are real, vital, the story itself well told.
on Sundays at 4:15 P. Ml and Individual Reading -
Key West 7 A. M, Monday. struction Lamps FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY

for Leaves Key West Mondays and Thursdays 8:30 A. M. RATES .,.... SERVICE
78 n*.-.. Private Bath g3M
Leaves Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 5 P. M. for Port BO Roe_.. Private Bath 2M OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET
Tampa, Fla. 4 o RooMa, Private Bath aM THE CITIZEN
14 Reoaia. Private Bath a.11 TELEPHONES 68 AND 92
For further information and rates call Phone 14. 1. Sample ...., Private Bath ..... I .
Afent. _. occ run ...................................... ............J.......................

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