The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00298
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00298
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Ethiopia Follows Man Of Modern LIGHTHOUSE UNIT Work Projects In WPA Program I II Roosevelt's New Deal Agencies Set-Up

I Ideas; Ruler Heads Own Troops HERE STORM COMMENDEDIN l 1 RELIEF I '_Here Will Be Started! On Monday I Creates Much Attention In Washington

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Five new projects which will
Warring Emperor Greatly NEWROUTINE\ II I

COMMISSIONER OF LIGHT- HAVE YOU EVER put 85 men to work ,,. Key West Key West To Receive Mail Four Placing Of IndependentUnits

Impresses Nation With FOR WPA UNIT HOUSES WRITES SUPERINTENDENT SEEN FISH EAT I will be launched Monday. This was Under ControlOf

His Unusual Fighting DEMERITT ABOUT announced at WPA headquarters
According to Emory Lowe Times Weekly Starting Next Week
SpiritBy I MEW SYSTEM OF OPERATION Pierce: superintendent of the !this morning.

Key West tropical aquarium. _
ADOPTED BY KEY WEST it is an interesting sight. to i Orders to begin work on four I Beginning next week mail from 10:30 o'clock in the morning on Greatly DiscussedBy

II. D. King commissioner of watch the various species as : Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and
CHARLES NORMAN ADMINISTRATIONA lighthouses has written, from they partake of their food. projects, which: press reports fareas I the north will be received in Key Saturday of each week. The sailing

(Associated Press Staff Writer) Washington to Superintendent of The fish i in. the aquarium t already approved by Washing. West four times weekly] by vessels hour of the S. S. Cuba has HERBERT PLUMMER

A ruler who went up in the Lighthouses W. W. Demeritt in the tanks are fed every Tuesdayand I I been changed from 12:20 o'clockin (RJ' Am.rls4ed Pee..,
the! new routine under which ton officials are daily expected at of the P. and O. S. S. com.: 10:30 WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.-
fir t airplane he ever saw to Seventh District commendinghim Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. the afternoon to o'clockin i

consternation of entourage I WPA labor will be handled has and an invitation is extended Iccal administration offices. the morning to conform with .
ni it was announced today by President Roosevelt' order placing
and his efficient organizationon pany :
the public to its OB the traditional throne of!I been set lip at WPA headquartershere. the excellent work done in Administrator M.\ E. Gilfond Agent J. N. Costar, of the company Florida. tl'e independent agencies setup
the Queen of Sheba. He i i. Haile I The Guard Cutter Cara-'
hastening to the relief of the feed.mmm said today that the WPA officials Coast "
Sela.t e, a kindly, studious prince stricken inhabitants on the Flor- : in Key West. bassett arrived 1 o'clock this: under the new deal" under

whose eyes in these troubled days J. F. Carpentier and J. R. Thomas ida Keys, with water, food and were as anxious to put the unemployed Mail via Miami will be re- morning with mail from Miami I control of the bureau of the bud

his borders.It representing John M. Spearing. G1LFOND LEAVING and departed about two hours later -I
are on. medical supplies. of Key West to work as ee.ed; .. tk. S. S. florida 7 on the return. This is the last I cet in the interest of economy has
was a warring emperor, with! state director of labor management The first actual relief
expedi- made vessels other
trip to be by :
they are" to obtain it, but orders .
ideas who impressed who were in Key West for WASHINGTON o'clock Tuesday and Friday mornings I directed attention to the way
projreitive tion which was cent out from Key FOR than those! of the P. and O. S. S.

Ethiopia indelibly on Europe's' two days setting up the routine West for the devastated area was I must be first received before this of each week, and via company, Postmaster Sam Harris I theae. alphabetical bureaus and

consciousness.Menelik I and organizing the new system, that which left 7 o'clock on the I !!can be done. T.m-I I told The Citizen.
HYNING the S. Cuba 8:30
WILL JOIN VAN IN pa on S. Mr. Harris advised that Wed- administration are -scattered
II, originally king of' left last night on the S. S. Cuba morning of September. on the i .
EFFORTS TO AID STORM The names of all men on the in the Wednesdays and I nesdays and Saturdays the mails
Shoa, subdued a number of neigh for Tampa. pjghthouse Tender Ivy, and which: morning on will close 8:30 o'clock in the evening around the capital.It
Under the new set J. Gerry I ON' WPA rolls who will be called for
boring tribes and races and in Curtis becomes district delivered the tvater and suppliesat Saturdays of each: week. 30 minutes before the U estimated that in Washington .
super work on these projects will be of the S. S. Forida de--l
1889 proclaimed himself Matecumbe through the use of
emperorof visor of labor management F. I The Florida will sail .
; Steamship and alono fifteen million
M. E. GilfonJ, WPA and ERA Miami. and on Mondays some
Ethiopia. His armies defeated,, Townsend Morran: and Claude cargo boats. placed on the bulletin board at from Key West Wednesday and
6 o'clock in the evening
administrator for Key West will days at
the Sudanese and the Italians, inflicting -'I Gandolfo, assistant supervisors; After this had been done the]I leave tomorrow by state road de-i the FERA garage and workmen Saturday of each week at 9 o'clock 30 minutes before departure of square feet of floor space--threetimes
Frank Roberts Miss Pinder tender, with. Assistant Superintendent '
on the latter at Adowa ia the evening for Miami. The
j partment plane for Jacksonville. the S. S. Cuba for Tampa. AI Smith"
expecting calls should in that contained in
I' and Miss Majry Curtis Williams, Henry B. Ilaskins went to keep
blow which still rankles.It i There he will be joined by Conrad Steamer Cuba will leave Key West I lIe suggests that Key Westers
was his negotiations which, clerks. Alligator Reef light made temI I Vr.n Hyning and both proceed to touch with the work calls as they Monday and Thursday of each: and others who regularly use the Empire State bulldinf. .i* being
led to the construction of the I I I orary repairs to that thoroughly week, 6:30 o'clock in the evening i iI
Washington by a plane of the East- are posted on board. mails should clip this schedule from
railroad Addis: decommissioned structure and installed I I for I used by government worker
from to Tarnps.Mail
Djibouti ARRANGING Air Lines. The Citizen and it to
I torch which ,, ern Projects which will begin Monday -I preserve
Ababa sole outlet to the sea of I an for Havana will leave mail.
avoid in despatching
errors invaded
WPA and ERA officials in the include the 1 "New dealers" have 1
dredging garrison
the black empire. Robert P. Skin! I will be in use until permanent rep I
capital to be interviewed in .
I ::irs are made. are I bight; repairing the road leading I II -- -- historic mansion hotels
nero U. S. Commissioner at Mar I r arenasand
those who, efforts to obtain funds to alleviate -I
seille in 1C04 called I In the meantime from the Over Sea to the
: Highway i
Djibouti manned the cargo boat had madean as much as possible; the dieaster i INDUSTRY SHOWS GRANADA COMES whole apartmet bwMinp/ in
"the natural inkt and outlet of golf installation of !
course water
: and brought ,to the Florida Keys ; a -
of the
inspection: Keys on
Abyssinian commerce. II LOCAL ORGANIZATION GIVES I I returning to the boat began furnishing -I by the hurricane. I supply system for the botanical' search of space for desks and type-
Ras Tafari Takes Throne Asked how long be expected to RECOVERY FROM INTO PORT WITH\
1 the construction 30-foot
Menelik's death in 1913 left PUBLICITY TO EVENT TO i by radiotelephone, ,I i garden; of a writers. Uncle: Sam pays in an-
lists be received locally of be away from the city Mr. Gilfond
the empire in the hands ?f a 1 BE HELD IN DECEMBER the dead" and misting. I I' replied that at this timehe, is unable I roadwzy! from Flagler avenue toRoo.evelt SUMMER I DECLINE 36 PASSENGERS nual rentals mere than $2,000.00

weakling boy-ruler, Lij Yasu, The letter from the commis- to state as he did not know I boulevard; building a I

whose leanings toward the Moslems sioner also speaks in terms of : how long his missions would take.ECONOMIC : culvert on the southeast shore. to Washington latvMnrub.To .
'I I
led him to be deposed in 1916. 1
'I I In for the highest commendation of the cx-'i find rIw. its woiku; ;
preparation Key --- --- ----- ---- --- --
Menelik, became empress, ruling II West International Exposition in I I editiou5 and thorough manner in ,it the government rvcMstly has ',a'l l
December the Philatelic and Numismatic i, which repairs to, and replacementsof VARIOUS INDUSTRIES PORTER DOCK SHORTLY unusual
Ras Tafari who wvth
with lease
jointly was I to buifcrmgt
I aids to navigation. along the
Society today sponsored HIGHLIGHTS II
named Apparent.Prince Regent and Heir I!' its second cachet another means: {'more than 500 miles of Florida I WITH! FURTHER RECOVERYPREDICTED I AFTER 3 O'CLOCK; VIS I- association Probably the most

i of bringing Key West to the at- coast and the intracoastal water- otttstaaitmr ate- tM tteis of -
Tafari himself tention' oHthe outside world, >.way.were accomplished. I I Dr. Rex Tugwell and his rural resettlement -
proclaimed ,
as Haile Selassie. He ,emperor has-I A cachet'u'sually consists of a.1 Of the severed! hundreds of these Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend! administration.

picture and, a few appropriatewords : aid ; in the Seventh. District. everyone Checks and Tax Bills of Individual Na-
been described brave Every I tnr AsMtelatrii Press)
as a man ; A cruising puTty of 36 are 'Fashionable Office
of them with one exception, pas-
who keeps himself constantly in I applied to fit envelope, ex- tional and International Problems I :NEW YORK, Sept 13.-The I
plains Commodore von Mietk-. a buoy on the wet: coast, u in Inseparable Out on fashionable )(&.-,';"'t hu-
condition in order to be able to" first half of August witnessed sengers on the Steamship Granada -
;' Liuba, II. D. W. proper position and functioning. From Local Welfare ; setts avenue stands a f 8,000.000,
lead his troops in the field should i 'I the recovery in industrial: production the Standard Fruit and
I' Letters were received from ---- 'I of 54-room mansion familiar to

war He come.also is described as a man'I many places asking for this cachet ':INVENTOR MAY BE I The l ladest move of Emperor 1 principal member of the 'grocp, that had been lost in the July I Steamship company, which berthed Washington socialites for yea,.;.
I and today the pent decline however. less
which ws
covers were r
with a kindly smile, deeply I Haile Sellassic of Ethiopia. (who denied that it Recently truckmen trun.n'd! l
was to
any party
not only to all points of the Unit- Dock company'spier
at the Porter
than seasonal.
studious fluent in French and numbers his myriad! titles
amonr : desks! dictaphones and file casts
i ed States but to Canada, Hawaii HONORED BY PARK the deaL
with a wide knowledge of Eu- and France. those! of "Kin;: of Kings" and I Production generally continuedwell shortly after :3 o'clock this for RSA into the stately old man
rope's history and the development "Lion of Jndah") to save his lit- Next day diplomatic response to ahead of the correspondingseason sion. The lease stipulates that no
People in all walks of life collect -
of its countries. lie is an tle country from Italian: domina- this astounding maneuver of Be- Automobile afternoon. The ship left Phila- structural changes are to be made"
fancy envelopes. Among year.
indefatigable workers whose SOUTHWESTERN KENTUCKY. tion, marks one of the most dramatic lassie's WTO" one of amazement, during Uncle Sam's occupancy.a < <>
of this
those who sent covers for this i I continued high delphia Tuesday; morning
I production on a
hours are from 7 a. m. to 10 and unexnected: episodes In 1 I wonder, excitement. Foreign dip- I beautiful pipe organ solemnly
p. m. cachet: were collectors doctors and, students cachet-119 IS PLANNING TO HONOR the long history of diplomatic in- lomats, barring the Italians, at level With July. 1934, as 100, week. contemplate the musical fugue;
women now I
Climate Ideal I MAN WHO DIED POOR trisnie. I first thought that Selassie had the figure for this July would be which results from the clacking of
collecting letter carriers in Day- I I The usual entertainment which
The climate of his capital!, Count Selassie's only -emaininij hope pulled a fut one on Rome that 127.4. typewriters and the jangling; of
tons Beach and French
Addis Ababa, is said by Euro- and Countess in the Pyrence i,! Tor maintaniing Ethiooicn sov-I I would virtually balk Mussolini's Electric power output rose 1.1 I Is arranged l for members of these telephones. Exquisite chandeliers

peans to be nearly perfect- Mountains are eagerly awaitingthe I (Ry AsMtrlatr Press) I ereignty lies in enlisting the designs. Later events proved oth- percent jAove that in June, instead :,'I! groups is bein,:j enjoyed by the furnish the light.

bright, cool because of its altitudeand arrival of today's cachet, the I MURRAY Ky., Sept. 13.-To,: major powers-especially Gieat erwise. Mu.polini. visibly enraged, : of showing the usual seasonal visitors under the guidance; of the The Washington auditorium.

always fanned by breezes Commodore said.SERVICE I II honor a hermit who died in poverty I' Britain and the United States. For made a speech saying Italy] ,would decline of 1.2 percent. The local administration, officials and former scene of wrestling matches -

from the surrounding mountains.I j I this southwestern Kentucky I some' mon rs the Emperor has not and could not turn back, or- average weekly production was others. dance marathons and musical
Lakes and I striven, through high sounding dered sensational for 8.3 percent above July 1934. !
abound because of town is seeking to establish a national : ap- preparations concerts today presents a vastly
one of them Great Britain has a TRUCK i I park. t rei
stake in Ethiopia.It I Five years after Nathan B. liberty and justice, to bringi with a taste 'of Italy's mailed fist. items have declined slightly in the sightseeing tours, visit to the art in and now hundreds of clerks tap

is Lake Tsana 7,000 feet GOES UP UNE Stubblefield's death Murray is be-i Anglo-America actively to his side. And the 'British foreign office past yea*, $increasing the physical gallery and aquarium sea bath- out relief forms and report the

above sea level, with an area of coming conscious of his reputationin He has failed almost 100 percent thriist a politely worded verbal I volume of sales 9.5 percent above I ing, dancing- and'specialty num- statistical side of government re-

50 square miles and a depth said the who Whitehall and Waihin ton are I spear into Ethiopian hopes whenit July. 1934. lie!.
some quarters as bers the Rose Garden and Ha-
to reach 600 feet. !built. and_ sold. the. Iirsi raaio., :' polite vague and definitely non- "advised" Sellable! to withhold t Retail sales in general, preliminary The rural electrification administration -

Through this lake flows the,TO TRANSFER MATERIAL FOR; Some scientific writers credit cooperative. England has sent and '(i II concisions and said that negotiations -I figures show, declined more bana-Madrid Club. is quartered in Ui-

principal river of Abyssinia the Stubberfield with manufacturingand is sending large- jrrour.s of Mar- between British. French than seasonally but remained I Prominent among the passengers massive Blaine-Westhqrbouse man

Abai or ISIue Nile which joins USE IN LIGHTHOUSE j J demonstrating equipment for ships pl.nes and soldiers to her| and Italian governments, which.I rjbove last year's levels. are Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. sion. Built in the 1890's. th-

the White Nile at Khartoum. DEPT. WORK broadcasting and receiving the base! at Malta and the Suez I have a treaty concerning African Steel production was 4C.C per-I Sullivan of Philadelphia who are residence bowed Janes G. Blan.\!

Britons cast apprehensive eyes I human voice as early as 1892. I Canal. and is calling: on the Legaue rights would be necessary before cent above that of a year enjoying honeymoon cruise secretary of state nnder"President
toward Lake Tsana. principal. Stubblefield demonstrated aj I II of Nations to step in-but she has i! such: a; transection could be cart -i Building and engineering eon: I Harrison. Later it became 'hc}
shown no inclination to make the i ried out. The American state de-I tract awards increased!': counter- which takes them to delightful
fountaiahead of the EgyptianS: The lighthouse service truck I I wireless telephone. operating over; 1 I home of George Westinphou--; .
Nile, whose flood waters rule' : ''a ; British lion roar in behalf of other -;;partment was cold and noncommittal -II'j casonallJ: : in July. Total contracts I Key West and as far as Frontera Jr.. of the electrical equipment
left Key West this morning over one-n\ le circuit. before a group! than. I (
powers. American policy as but Hull made were 33.1 percent higher ayes Mexico.
over the crops of that fertile the highway for No Name Key,1 I lof scientists inventors and newspaper Secretary I : Mr :Cullivan j is employ'I; family.

basin. I where it was to transfer to the;I I men in Philadelphia, May indicated by the recently passed it clear that this government has !!' ago. of all classes of ed by the S. F. and S. S. Com-'I] NRA Still On Hand
neutrality bill is one of complete I no intention of becoming involved Rail shipments
England's Interest \ Tender Poppy construction materials -!: 30. 1902. II j isolation. I commodities declined 8.7 cent iany, in the Philadelphia: office. f Parts of FERA are housed In a
ad- per
in foreign troubles because of
If war comes and the modern!| records a down-town office building. Vcd-
Earlier the
.. for in connection with I same year,
: use I As a." result smooth urban venturing American capital. below June, and 4.6 per cent be- Others on the Granada are: in
Roman legions to attack I eral! educators are quartered an
.restoration of beacons which reru here show. Stubblefield broadcast :"elassie decided to turn Englandand American editorial to the low last Jul,. Excluding coalshipments Walter! M. Keffer, Miss N. Kee..
Ethiopia. the fate of Lake Tsana i I I' "Bartholdi", response : office building on PennsylvaniaI
destroyed from the steamer
America allies however the decline fer, Miss Carrie Strimple JIM ;
Ethiopian J deal of and dismay! I ; ,
was one anger
will) cast a shadow over one of the In addition thereto relief ; ]| on the Potomac river to the shore.' recently a serti'.nof
the level
sup 3.7 under June and Margaret
: whether" they liVed it or not. So editors srid that the government was Townsend Miss Ella F. I
-many the
bureau of
richest portions of Britain's I I 1 he foreign and d'me&tie >- .
A'fri-j For
| plies for residents at Lostmau's1River unexplained reasons he did the uni1 e.edented.. Work! should completely disavow -i was 2.2 per cent above last year Fetters; Miss Anna G. McBride,
can empire the Sudan. i who were reported to be in!!! failed to market his radio. lIe Miss < commerce was located i In a
ing through Francis M. Rickets Mslrgcerite Rahill. Miss Ida
a for the
responsibility commercial
Talk of "sanctions" and economic dire straits also taken. I came home from his marine broadcast I 1 I NOTICE OF SUPERVISOR OF ; hide-away office bwMnig in the
were mysterious British. promoter. he interests involved, should Margolis, Miss Bertha Salner.! Miss midst of the "five-and-ten" ,.
boycott. now heard in Eng-! These consist at Washington disappointed.]i REGISTRATION shop-
supplies chiefly:
1 deeded more than half his empireto state definitely that it couldn't be I Dorothy Eurman and Miss A. NRA
land revolves in large part about'this of grtments which have been',|lReg; rded as "peculiar" by his;I Anglo-American interests for pulled into. war or lesser disputes &:robe. I' although invaMated \by a

important lake. Equally im-. assembled by the Parent-1 I neighbors, lie took up the life of a.. exploitation. and development. The because of such financial machina-I Notice is hereby given to all Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Feast supreme court decision still retains '-

portant, and! 5 seemingly; in the lap Teachers Associations and the Red', hermit. I area deeded includes about 150- tions. I |I persons desiring to register for Miss Ella Ruggles, Miss Helen Austin. some in 16 250.0&0e feet of
of the war god. is the effect of Cross, and lie died in 1930.REOPENING. the General Election tot space different bUIldings
furniture cooking Municipal Edith
I 000 :square miles-more than the Irrespective of that, Selaseic'smove I Miss M. Sengle. Miss
i scattered town.
an Italian military campaign inI Utensils, screening linoleum, bed-] I combined areas of Indiana! Illinois -! has immensely complicated be held in the City of Key Weston Beach, Miss Maria Connor, Mr.end I over
Africa on Britain's black: colonies. ding and other necessaries, which, I t the 12th day of November. ,,A, and '
and Iowa-STid parts of it l j the whole Italian-Ethiopian em- Mrs. Louis Henry, Mr.
have been donated through the! t OFRamonin's are supposed to be incredibly rich broglio. Also" it has apparently D. 1935. that said registration Sirs. R. J. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. NEW\ ARRIVAL

The United States has signed, Red Cross by Miss Ethel Pauline in petroleum and other mineral eliminated whatever s..iaHhanc"!! | books will be opened at the office David L Howe. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I'

three treaties with Addis. Ababa;! Green. Restaurant resources. The deed is to run for remained for peace: -Mussolini ;is; of Supervisor of Registration Stead. .

A commercial treaty, promulgated' j:I I'I TOMORROW AT NOON 75 years and gives the craterees going ahead and \var is certain as 'I 1st the City Hall beginning Friday, L. Murray Cronlund,' James AT CRUZ HOME

in 1914. was proclaimed in 1920.]! unlimited authority to expliot mineral soon <** the rainy reason end this f I September 13, at 9 o'clock; a. m. Wyneoop, Donald Manfchaw, William -I
in English and :Amhari official) Regular Saturday Nile TWO DINNERSROAST resources nad otherwise develop month. Italian transport after to 12m.andfrom2to5p.m. Le }Iassen Dr. J. }.;. Garb--

tongue of Ethiopia. In 1929 two! I the' country. Holders of the Italian transport b i leaving for Said registration books will cr, ship's physician; D. C. Manning Mrs. Luis Cruz annoonr-'= the
DANCETomorrow I'
treaties on arbitration and con- PORK charter are said to consist of Italian Somalilarul, bordering close on the 19th day: of October F. C. Motherwell and J.| birth Wednesday afternoon 1 1 in;

ciliation. were signed at Washing-1':i NightHABANAMADRID British interests and an American Ethiopia. stuffed t-> the guards A. D. 1935. at 5 p. m. .Wheeler. o'clock in the home at Pear on

ton and Addis Ababa. 1 t '-and-- corporation controlled by one of with troops, fupplijs and muni Take due notice and govern The Granada expected to re-Lane of a boy weighing nine

Ethiopia is also! a signatory of I I CLUB i TURKEY DINNER the Standard Oil companies.: tions. The powd keg is ready yourselves accordingly.E. main for about six hours in port, pounds.

the Briand-Kellogg peace pact tol'' For Members! and Their I Which Standard Oil company is the fuse is lit-an! the! world C. GOMEZ. take on fuel .il Mid provisions. The new tnTval has bees named

which Italy's signature is likewise I[ Invited Guests \\5 D ..1 St. Phone 471-J I involved, if any is not yeV known waits for the result in fright! and Supervisor of Registration. cad then proceed to her destina Louis Bernard. Jr. Mother and

affixed. -Standard: Oil of New Jersey wonder. sept2-3t tion. son are ported as doug nicely.F .


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tP 32&st Cttign: ECONOMIC. INSANITY I the country to restore the Frigate:t'.................. .....

KEY WEST IN Constitution, "Old Iron idt1'! ." I
M Dally Kxrept Sunday By it| JI, Today's Horoscope
JOB THE" .ALLE 1. >P., AuUtant ARTMAJV B PrealdMt..l.e.. Manager The American. tax system is c outmoded; I DAYS GONE :E_ Y Editorial comment: Now if the ...,.[..,......,.....,.._..........
-" From The Cltl.en'Building wasteful i inefficient-and ,essentially vi people will pay their taxes with, Here we find considerable
Temoeratarei' I II I Happening Hero Jaat Year
and Ann ,Street. t Saturday except ably 10
Greene pr
Comer land I the enthusiasm that
I they
cious. That is a digest of statements .recently ,Highest ---.8*$' scattered! showers in t- Ago Today As Taken From same : ability, with a mathematical
Qnlr"bally Newspaper to Key West and Monroe made by a number of economists of I Lowest .-.._. ...-,........._........_77 i I! .The File. Of Too Gtisra, the show in hollering for the! flag I mind but there is too mach

nt'ecl at Key \fr'taC"F County ortda. aa second class matter Mean ...-..-..__......_......._....._..82 country will soon. be prosporous. tendency to disputes i which may

FIFTY.SIXTH SEAR standing.It. I' Normal Mean ....-.......................82 I,I I Jacksonville to Florida Straits Ramon Perdomo: ,one .of Key I!l lead to quarrels: with serious con*
Rainfall : and, East.Gulf! : Gentle to ,moderate
HIoe.1 ke A ted Preae is
especially vicious when it comesto West's foremost Cuban citizens Announcement of the sale of sequencesAvoid trouble with
the Associate Press is exclusively entitled to use Yesterday's Precipitation .08 Ins.'> winds mostly northe-:st" or east I!I
for rcp.oHvatioa: : : of all new diapatchee credited tot the so-called "share-the-wealth" tax announces in this issue of The J property Division and Duval
Normal Precipitation .. .22 Ins.t and partly overcast weather foreigners, especially if the buine -
otherwise credited In this paper and also Citizen !(I
v(: pot here. measures which that higher taxes .hU _. ...... ........ : night and Saturday w.th: his candidacy for councilman atreets was made today by J.Otto
the Jocal newt published : propose: rrrot-4 .r. ::14- scatter- from the fourth Mr.Perdomo !!'!s leads the native to foreignlands.
rmllBK' .! t> .eleek. thl '.- .!.*. er showers. ward. Kirchhemef who sold to Theodore "
be levied against individuals and corpora Tomorrow, Almanac ) is administrator for tie Roosevelt of New York. The .
,. ''NATIONAL EDITORIAL _____ t ti>i< I I I priceof I'I
ASSOCIATION tions. "Big-business" is to be penalizedfor Sun rise; .:.A--------_... 6:13 a. m.I WEATHER. CONDITIONS San Carlos Institute having been $%5,000'which the property

_, 1935 .being "big". And, according to the Sun seta. ..-......-.......... '6.33; p. m.'I I -* ,' identified with it for a number of brought is considered in keeping I I BENEFITS. .FOR PiANUT OIL
BSCRI1'TION 4-- ,, Moon rises .:._._....._. '7:45 p. m.. Pressure is high this morning y ara.. Aside from his affiliations with the trend of the real estate|I(! --=:- .
One- Tear- _._.._.IS._ :_._..:.-.. _:.__HATES._.._....-$1: advocates of these measures, :the average :Moon seta .................. 8.03: a. m.{over most sections from the Misissippi with ,this .worthy institution, Mr. market in Key"West.: :The property i}I RALEIGH' *f. O- 'A proposal
SHI MonthsThree ..m... ...- ..... .. _. ...... ._-.-? s.ee-: I citizen will benefit-wealth will pay the Tomorrow. Tide. *' Valley eastward and in Perdomo has ever beep identified .fronts 46 feet.on Doval street.W. .:: to devirt a part of the peanut

One Month Months...-. .-..-. .----.- .g.01 15] bill, and he will receive the services of AJK. P.M. 'I the west Gulf States Cocfciane, with the advancenment of the city j i 1 I crop into oil production, with
Weakly : :-a.: : : :.20'T i High ...-.._....-...10.53: 10:47: Ontario 30.34 inches and Nashville and has always given his assistance Lawton .Bates, treasurer of AAA benefits being 'paid for suchI
ADVERTISING. .RATESknown .government for little or nothing. What' a .Low ....m.........-... 4:18 4.23IJarometer : I 30.16 inches'whilelow to further the city's in the entertainment and card party I I I diversion, has been recommended
: Tenn. ; I I
)fade on application. here by an advisory committee of
; misrepresentation: : of ;fact! 8 a. 'm. todays. pressure'areas; overspread NOTICE
AH reading notices SPECIlIi, cards of thanks resolutions The, average citizen ,who is taxed to Set level 29.99.WEATJIEK western districts. Williston, N. D., I a blind citizen, reports receiptsof .I peanut growers.
respect; obituary notices. eta. will be charged for at 29.76 inches Seattle; Wash. Ben Krause, of the Krause!!' $253.75. This 'earn was turned!
the rate of 10 cents a line. death ,now, will be taxed still ,more: as new ; Geologists say that within a
FORECAST Greater Shows arrived yesteda11}[i over by Mr. Bates .to Miss Bessie:
Notices for entertainments by ch jrches from whicha I i 29.84 inches, and Phoenix, Ariz., ; few' due to the sediment
revenue Is to be derived are i ce its a line taxes are created. Every tax on industrymust I II 29.82 inches. Showers and 'thunderstorms afternoon and paid a call at The I I Piodela, who will give it to those years

5100'of The Citizen public Issues is an open and si forum jects and of local Invites or general discus- be paid i by .him, through, higher.pricesfor (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) I generally light to( mod Citizen office. Mr. Krause has for whom the_benefit was given.. i river.borne China mouthwards, the by rocky the Yangtze islands
Interest but it will net publish anonymous communi I Key West! and Vicinity: Partly i iI erate, have occurred during the been operating his shows in Cuba
cations.IMPROVEMENTS. c commodities and services. Every new cloudy tonight and Saturday, '! last 24 hours throughout most of and contemplates a return to that II The Curfew Law is now in effect ''I which stand in shallow water at
tax adds to his. cost of living. Florida, in nortions of Virginia section of the tropics. He said that in Key Wett. Each night 9! the mouth of the river will be

The confiscatory "share-the-wealth" I .J.i."(/1L /yti I I *pd the CaroliMas, and at Port upon completion of his contract i)o'clock: the ice plant whistle willi I surrounded by rice fields. .
: : .' ..
/ I 'Eads. LA, and there have been in Cuba he will return to the I!i I blow. AH the signaI'al1 youngstersI
bill in would
tax now pending Congress I I -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ; J, I"I I i, rcattered rains, mostly light along state, stop at Key West and ar'j will go home Those caught out:i JCEY .WESTCOLONIAL
according to its ,sponsors, cause increased 'the northern border and in Can range for a carnival. will( be arrested and taken home.
federal income of' $$270,000,000 a year. If \ J. I/I\: '; ada. Temperatures have risen on I HOTEL
1. Water and .Sewerage. Dakotas The Coast Guard Cutter 298 in Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
I he western portion ,of the '
that is true it would "redistribute wealth"to / -rJc J... ...../...----.,: I but elsewhere changes have command of Boatswain L. Rl weekly. In the Center, of the Business
2. Bridges ,to complete; Road to Mainland. -* the tune of about $2.25 for each man, l.f..Ib? ?'41.lt{ t atq; 'I been generally slight with read- Daniels, captured the motor boa$'! and Theater Piatrict

woman and child in this country. And it ", I) .,...-.(,.) I I I in< s somewhrt above normal in Ventura this morning at 6:30: BENJAMIN LOPEZ
%! ..-..h.r. /'. ,. ; !:) most western districts: .and near or o'clock off American Shoals light.; First Clu.Finpro.fSes.ibl. -
JFree Port. would fall $3,000,000,000 short, of meeting : J\ ..' ii I' FUNERAL HOMES
Partly below. ,the seasonal; average: in the The vessel had on an assorted: >>10 Rates
4. Hotels and Apartments.. the deficit incurred in the last fiscal Cloudy Shower I I Fat: Cochrane. Ontario., reported cargo of liquor, valued at $20-' .rvW 'Key West '

5. Bathing Pavilion. year alone! probably scattered showers;. freezing". this mofmng. 000. Mpn captured with the vessel: Half OiU.ry I' ,COFFEE. SHOP, NOW OFEI
It is possible that such schemes are tie to moderate easterly windsFlorida gtn-I I "*". ," G KENNEDY.: were: :Ventura: Foral: Cecilia Fo-! 24. Hour Ambulance: Servlc El loratorPopmlar
6. Airports Land and Sea. :" Licensed Emha.merPhon. Garage
I : Generally fair tonight. 'Officer in Charge.Today ral, Pecto Fernandez. and Charlie! ,

7. Consolidation of County and City put forward ,in an attempt to blind our -- --........-- 'n _-- __ Ford. I j 135 Night 69S-U i Pricoo .,

Governments citizens to the fact:: that we need tax? re- ........................ ----y-...0......; ..............a Several of -- ,. ...-.--
duction and fewer taxes-and not tax in- the poles at the
; '
, Naval Radio station at the head .
Today's In
creases and new taxes. Overtax wealth- <; ; of the island yesterday

Soon meat will be as high as the time and you kill initiative, employment and, industrial Anniversaries1761Caspar S ..!.. .. .. o .S SC struck by lighting during a thunderstorm were-

,when, ,the cow. jumped over the 1529-Vienna besieged by the and electrical' display
moon. and development. Overtax industry- ............ .. ........ Turks-who were eventually forced lasting more than 30 minutes.,One Holders .Of Any>> Fourth: LibertyLoan
the finds himself faced with
of the poles ,fell directly
Wistar, eminent to raise siege after losing some across
As a rule dictators do not live long rising prices and declining income. As a Philadelphia physician, born there. 70,000 men.1759Battle. the county road. Traffic was held i f!

ant: their plans and efforts' die with them, ,recovery; measure that looks like economic Died Jan. 22, 1818. up for a while while a force of:' Bonds Are Advised To
of Quebec-Brit men cleared'ay the wreck-
l leaving confusion behind.
insanity. ish under Wolfe captured Quebec age.
1817-John M. Palmer. Illinois See Us With ReferenceTo
from French under Montclam,
lawyer, jurist Union general, gov-.
I both commanders killed in engagement. Jewish people will .on Friday
ernor and senator, born Scott
A Key West wag unabashed and in a AUTOMATIC: LAW REPEAL Co., Ky. Died at Springfield in Ill.,j I evening September 1.8. enter The New Treasury -

spirit of levity blurts that former Senator Sept. 25, 1900. ______ their houses of worship and ,usherin I .
1814-Bombrirdment of Fort their Rosh )Hashanah or'New
Huey Long was. ,the victim. of a Weiss-. Obsolete, unenforceable and absurd I McIIenry, Baltimore which inspired Year 5686, which marks the! FinancingThe
crack. 1825-William H. Rmehart. the
laws which .encumber our statute .books. Baltimore marble-cutter the "Star Spangled Ban beginnning of the sacred cycle of
apprentice ner" of Francis Scott Key. observances held during the,
;have long been the, subject, of discussionand who became. one of our greatest month of Tishri. the Seventh'

"Are you going to see She Saturday criticism, but it has so far seemed almost sculptors, born in Maryland. I 1859-Duel between David C. month of the Jewish calendar.

night? "That's ungrammatical; impossible to induce legislators to do Died in Italy| Oct. 28, 1874. i 1!l Broderick, noted California }politie- Regular services will be conducted
you the situation.It -- I!i al figure and David S. Terry, in the, synagogue. in Key West. First National Bank of Key \West
meanjler. "Well, it might 'ave Ben anything. to I 1827-Emily B. N. (Alice BradI '!: chief justice of the Statte-Brod- .

Hur, but this time, it is She." If further has been suggested that occasion. ley I ) Haven, popular: writer and : erick mortally wounded: :' Judge Jefferson B. Browne and

interested see "She" at the Monroe.' ally a session of Congress and the various editor; of her day, born at Hudsot,I I' Wm. L. Bates are members 'of'the !
.? legislatures should be devoted exclusivelyto N. "i Die-i, A .g., 23- 1863.. 1918-Americans take 12,000 committee appointed by the localElks Member of,the Federal Reserve. and of the federa)

prisoners and wipe out St Mihiel Chub:; to explain the movement -
Deposit Insurance Corporationeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
: Dr. Felix? Frankfurter,.one of the chief the repeal of such superfluous laws, so 1342-Jonn H. Bankhead, Ala 'salient. inaugurated by ,the Elks of j ,
advisers > as to relieve the congestion and confusion bama congressman and senator. the United States to raise $ OO.i{ "
to J President Roosevelt is Au&trian- which now exists because of their con- born in Lamar Co., Ala. Died, ; 1933-250,000 march in NRA 000 from the school children of
horn, like Hitler. In spite of this fact he March 1, 1920. parade in New York City. I
tinuance in force, theoretically, if not in ---
has been one of the leading influences in
the "socialist" fact. 1851-Walter Reed, army surgeon Dr. A. H. McArn is serving hisfortyfourth ",llliIIII;
movement in .
s: this country. Another suggestion, even more desir- !; sanitarian und bacteriolcgist /- year as pastor of the .... . . . ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*.
among science's grettheroes First Presbyterian church at-Che- .
able and practical, it seems to us, has been "father of modern public raw, S. C.
: Our word "hurricane" comes from the offered by the Chicago Daily News, which I health." born at Belroi Va. Dud aIS

I aitian "hu'rak n," properly the name of may or may not; be original with that news- in Washington, D. C., Nov. I bqugh author, artist explorer, SHOP A T y

storm-god, and is itself derived from the paper. In an editorial which points out 1902. \ 22'j I born founder at of McConnelsville the Explorers'Club Ohio.,

fayan "hu rakan," the first. or chief giant the absurdity of many of our laws which 1853-Frederick S. Dellen- Died in New York, Jan. 29, 1935. ...

who: flashes the lightning and hurls the were enacted "as the result of some forgotten .- ----_. - ---

thunderbolts., gust of public opinion or the whimof I Iii
IS 5
some legislator," it concludes with this I

; Premier Mussolini,; has ,notified. the ,recommendation: :

committee of five of the ,League of Nations) "It should be settled legislative policyto HOW OLD JSYQUR
tEat .he will be satisfied with nothing Jess repeal all laws, not reenacted or amended ii II IIi

than ALL of Ethiopia. Half a loaf is better after twenty years. If state constitutions :

than no part, and the Italian dictator provided for the automatic death of REFRIGERATOR ? .

may find by hb,; whole-hogging greed, hewill all laws not reenacted after a certain num- i i

lose ALL. ber of years, legislation would become I .T fIf i J. iiS ..

- more a business and less a farce." your refrigerator I Is, f.five Y&brs .old you

3 Pope Pius, addressing a pilgrimage' ofwar I con 'put a1' new .General .Electric in your I

veterans, expressed hope for the fulfillment SEPTEMBER. HISTORY, 'kitchen .nowsao' U9e money ahead.

tie Italian. in, peace of all the aspirations, of Operating. ,'savingiH..J.a.. ... pay for, -it. ; J j i
people. But how about the as- j' t.
Among the anniversaries of September The first G-E Monitor *.with its seaIed-in'steel
iuratioru of the
i Ethiopian ?
people Their
several are of historic importance, ) mechanism revolutionized refrigeration costs. Now ; !
aspirations are to be left alone in the land4T and worth remembering. A recently.com the efficiency of this matchless mechanism bas been I .. s1t-.4
their birth, and they are making no war amazingly increased.Today's General Electric Refrigerators : :
piled list includes the following:
have double
OJ conquest, neither on the Italian the cold producing capacity
< people. nor. anyQther 3rd, Treaty ending the RevolutionaryWar of 1930 models and use 40% less electric current. i ..D- i

4th, Hudson River discovered, 1609.< will not only saver 4O% ia General SAVE'MONEY j ji
The giving of credit to customers by 6th new Electric Refrigerator
President McKinley shot, 1901. operating cost but you will will bring you.
merchants works favorably to a certain ex- 7th Boston settled, 1630. bare the advantages of all Remember fall and winter

tjnt?' but often has adverse results, because! 8th, St. Augustine settled, 1565. 'new Automatic convenience Interior Lighting.features. yon food will prices peed will be dependable higher and i We a complete stock of merchandise><
Sliding Shelves. Foot Pedal carry
fceople! are embarrassed to buy from a llth, Battle of Lake Champlain 1814. refrigeration morethanever..
Door Opener. Studies
gierchanthom they owe, t>o they spend 13th, General Winfield Scott. entered' Steel Super Control Freezer.for fast Temperature freezing Sa for 'your home. Why not. drop. in and see, il

their merchant cash elsewhere or they go to credit"unGl another', Mexico City, 1847. .and .defrosting. witch., I : foryourself? :
and establish
further 14th, "The Star Spangled Banner" .
: ... ........ :
welcome is exhausted. It i.fln: |, I :written by Francis Scott Key, 1814. srotot .ot ..

vicious circle that harms all concerned., i 17th, United States Constitution I
t :t '",,1 i pEgW I Another5IkqcePnner Set Worth
adopted i
(tit 'l 1787. ,
- This column .stated last week that theCetter 21st, First daily newspaper in the 0 r j .

class of people do not J shun a the United States, ,the Pennsylvania Packet, t $20y Will JJ e g 'l Away: This Week i"

various sufficiently and that many even published in Philadelphia, 1784. R E I .

fraternize with them, and advised more 22nd, Nathan Hale, Revolutionarypatriot :
1 I
scorn should be shown against evij-doers. executed, as a spy by the British. ; South Florida# Contracting & Engineering Co. i

Gut it did not advise<;I physical harm or 1776.24th. 1 "04.Monitor* TcpMatftb! G-EllttopMoOU'- I j I .. .

in sympathy with the thought: sends: 1869., 1 J sad $3.23 m oatlt _.d sad 2.00 a month. ; .

ip the following Biblical quotation: "Break :26th! Balboa discovered. .the Pacific. : "Your home is ,worthy of the best :
thou the arm of the wicked and the evil Ocean. 1531. The Key Wet BectricCo. .:. A. ...

man; seek out his wickedness". till thou find 1 I 27th, British. :: ,under; General Howe ..................,..........p.........................................:
10:15. captured Philadelphia! 1777 -
n.911e.-Psalms ,
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.. NI.NGSTAa- I GIVES RESULTS IN :'4 born in San Francisco, &5 yean
I f )!:b4Q .

'"+ aY MAIUAN 52MB -_ TEPBCONTESTSAERIES : TODAY I Sutxcrue to The Citizen.
-' -...- - -- _-- II
11iOl'llS:. gmUr *"tn fiat "collegs had don wonders for Ejnlly: \ T'ORTS 1.CUBS 1.- ... -
ads com k0m Wont htf flnt year
at Antmor. Alabama' Lading cot- 1"ltOD.101&4 wanted to ak-her for : .OF, MATCHES: BEING':,DOUBLEHEADER SCHEDULED.. .
-> 11 i
k, -
for ffirf SA. ka/t wonted la gojBrv dates; but she thought of her I
so Vaier, bat in compmuaffcm. mother's celebrated Conscience and PLAYED BY LOCAL FOR SUNDAJf Q.'tfl iG ;
tXaf d4.oppoststat, aka >o* .. I RUSSELL'SCIGAR S
,met Jittfitk Carroll Aa* vtnted tJUpamllf Edwina unswerving .devotion! restrained .
trend ofd rJa-foMoi .end them. I .. PLAYERS AT 9 O'CJ-OCK. I
JU. tft. com/ort of Judith'. /Handom -- --- --- "" '- '
trotkn* DdvUT lore. EmOyfcctfttj It didn't really matter. EmUy,felt, -- ._ I I Ir i iI
--- --
Ain fropoial at one*..wily except that It might help her to pass ..1.._ .J
.naei kelp bat contra tk prim
atmotpArr oke* own Iasartoa. the time until Judith came and took a ese.e.e.eeee........eeeeD' The following is the results of I (By JOVE) STORE0

.snot wttk tk. tree and eday gaiety her back'to Carrollton. NINTH DIAMONDBALLMEJONIGHT j r This afternoon at 5 o'clock the
/ CamlUon. ngju d '.ThB ,the tennis matches that were played ,
But Judith didn't wrlte There was ..
and the
Lighthouse Bayrje
Chapter Nine one hurried scrawl from David: "Be STRAIGHT GAME {; I here during the week: J,, SU n will cross crew bats for a s:'igle. -0-
lieve me or not Tn .working like a ; &.9.Jf Wednesday: I
EDWIN AGAIN game in the Social League.
fend! Have to. to ,stave, off the Joe Finder lost to Ellis England. I Baseball Returns
11 The batteries will be Lowe and
snatched. off her hat and -
EMILY sheriff Jnde: you're :coming CARDSAISOWIN '
says ;
63. 6-4. Pierce; for tf.e Stars and C.: S;'tctntj -
was about-to trop it on a chair down soon. Thank God! If I had yon ,( .GRAVY ,BUSY BEES AND LOPEZ TEN \B Wire
when room I t Thursday:( : and f. Stickney for the B.ea- y
beautiful caught; her to kiss I could stand all the rest I ....................... I
np. She beld It instead la her hand. adore you.'... eeteIL. And ,again I I.. . . .. .. .. TO BE SEEN IN ACTIONAT ., Ellis England von over Carl con loys. -o--
"It's food GIANTS Not' of.the able Sawyer, 6-2. 6-4. | The Service ten will)) meet the
to be here Mother. How silence. DROPrBACK _ANOTHER .. I many boys were .
1 prctt7you\. Iookl'! Days became long .breathless Intervals c. Ito get out and e.nJeuhe sunshine, !J YY"E.tR Ignacio Carbonell plays Bob'!' Lighthouse team in 'the opening .COME IN AND GET THE

France*'* face aoftened. She was of waiting tor the 'postman, GAME; RACE WHITTLING: i( fresh air and mosquitoe bites Finder today at four o'clock. the II |,game of 81| doubleheader] Sunday RESULTS ,OF THEM

pot! .entirely'la'synpathywith per'sonal and when he had failed her. of wait- DOWN :TO: TWO TEAMS. AS vhich.. were very numerous on I i winner of this match to play i'morning. The Administration aggregation JOR'JJAsEBALL

beauty but It helped One'to ing for him again. She wanted to [Stock ,Island yesterday. (By JOVE) 1, Freddie CarbonelL I *nd Service .dab] will ,

accomplish worthy end. Beauty write agatn,.,ut prlfle. .held'her.... back: END, OF. .SEASON. ,NEARS. j a Jew did manage.to go 1I0wever'I! Tonight, the 13th of September! The winner of the Utter court I i I crash i in the nightcap I LEAGUES0

like money was a Great Response she couldn't beg. the 'skeeters .jmd Berlin and Friday at that the Busy Bees contest will meet Ellis England in : The firscontest: of the Sunday --

bfllty. Whet! she had .beep At.home" fiveweek's 'slices and so all :arrived safely I I will bats at ,! the finals Sunday. II i iI twin bill will! get' under wa, CIGARS. CIGARETTES,

Thank 700. !dear. I can say the Judith's: I letter: came .(Special t. 1.e .Citizen) f,home in JCejr West [in the.late aft- cross Bayview Park Ignacio. vice-president of the 'i at 9 o'clock. SOFT. DRINKS,

ama thing of yon." NEW ':YORK:: Sept 13.: =As 1 .So will give\ you with the Lopez clan. I Tennis Club, has authorized Peter -
the ernoon. now we I
dolly's face was flashed and her Emily darling Both claim that the to .......................wToday's ,ETC
forget end of the 1935 baseball the results of certain .aggregations : they are not Varela to present cup
1 didn't rye seasonis .
yon thought
)didn't lair curled really damply matter how about she It.looted.But It .of beastly you eery. : ,day. ,bat It'. beea' .w : drawing closer, the' pennantrace [, ; : superstitious, so let's see. how .'! the day winner at 330 in o'clock.the finals on Sun- Birthdays

Emil,. were smashed cleanedout. they fare off tonight ---
she thought regretfully, since Darldwasn't flat. No chance of a come- in the National League isslowly It that Cookie Mesa : Cup is on exh ,iition at a DuvzJ esssee.ecc.e..e......
: ,here to apprOTe.You'd back. Of course there. have been i r seems The .lineups ap announced by I," -
mats before, but not cataclysms. whittling down to a two-: {thought he would show Charlie street store. General John .. Pershing. U. ,
better go and Ret ready This time Its all gone, including l team battle and real hot battle but the managers are as follows: Peter Varela has won the cup
Carromon, a i Salad how to play the gene t I|, S. A., retired born in Linn Co.,
JOT lunch now. Frances suggested."It and there no boo of occasions. He is
will be ready In half hour. 'getting It back. j at that.,However the Cards: and I.Charlie had other thopghts ,but as Lopez .ion two previous Mo., 75 years ago.
an i
It seems that the clouds were I !' not competing this To secure
year. .
Ingraham. catcher
i : Charlie' splice
Cookie to a
Emily went slowly, wishing with gathering before, 'we left school, Cubs have nn advantage at present taught : r
but they didn't tell me until they wire so he taught him yesterdayhow C. Gates permanent possession of the all her .heart that picture of Car- had to. Dad. bless his Incompetent over the Giants; in that the I pitcher; .it is necessary to win it three Milton S. Hershey of P&:, candy
rolUon would cease. to rise and heart bet' on the wrong stock, to make a few golfingshots Sterling, first base;
plague her.Jeffrey magnificently. Now we're living In i New Yorkers ,are now on foreign with the net results that Mr. Paul Albury. second base; years. manufacturer born in DauphinCo.

an apartment in Montgomery, and I soil, making their last in' made nice while l .. pa., 78 years ago.
welcomed her with an God. what an apartment I Overstuffed swing Mesa very score ; i Gates third base;
velour. Emily. in seta And the west for this season. But the ){r. Charlie Salas made one not faker
eagerness that was almost pathetic. the whole family ,Is. for the first I, ; I 1 i ,shortstop; LEAGUE STANDINGS
Life with Frances ,was .floe of Urn in history. looking for work. results of the past several games so good. In order that these gentlemen i Kerr,,.shortfield; -. ,,i Dr. Cyrus Adler of New York. Hire This

course, but It was also (he apologized know I won't how 1 sob feel to without you because that. David you have shown that the St Louis and I would not discuss other Gopher, .McCarthy! ,!and U. Gates f'president of,the Jewish Theological '

to himself for the hint of disloyalty is pitifuL I loved Carrollton but I Chicago teams have been playing j I things than golf !they took Curly- I,or. Machin outfield; AMERICAN LEAGUE I Seminary, born at Van Bnren,
) .a trifle sober. Emily, he left would it some probably time have anyway married: I'..and always srperior ball, both in the pitch-I i Locks Josie tflong to keep the "Ducky Wuckey" Sawyer and Club- W. L. Pct. Ark.v 72 years ago. Army

hoped would bring Ute and gaiety own and wanted five a big house of my ing. and hitting departments. I! scores straight.> .* ,ArOiur Lai n,we erve. Detroit .... __h__ 86 48 .6421;
and a great many young people. to But he Intended to die there, and Nevertheless as baseball is too I ---- I Bakers I New York ......... ,__ 78 55 .5861 Maud BaDington Booth of New '"Salesmen"THEY'RE

the bouse. done leave something It to his son awful, and to him this has His 1 uncertain, it is impossible to predict Mr. Berlin Sawyer wad, telling I M Aceved,catcher; ; Cleveland .__.,h.m.n 69 67 .507 York of the V Volunteers of America -I

"Pleasant. trip home, honey he eves look Ilk. blue Ice. I asked: which team will be on top at{ all and anyone. : just why ,his ball I. Ward pitcher; ; Boston _...__ _..._....__. 68 69 .495 born in England. 70 years THE ADVERTISING -
_asked. Have yon written to Emily and the end of the seasbn, much less first base ._... 67 .492 COLUMNS
: he said ".s. Since you're telling would not go where he wanted it PenA ; Chicago .___ .. 65 ago.
"Very. She smiled at Mm adorIngly her about It there's nothing more Fay that the Ciintg ,are out ofi\ the,I. to. He claims that Bob Spotts- ;P. Castro, second base; Washington ...0.__-. 59 76 ..4371St. I

critically. can see that to word.say.And I couldn't say another race. At the present time, how-; wood and Sam Goldsmith have P. Carbonell, third base; I Louis ....._......... 57 77 .425 ;: -of-

you'Te been positively wasting God knows when m see you ever, the New Yorkers are, slowly. ruined his game for which they A. Acevedo, shortstop; Philadelphia ..,....." 53 76 .4111 U. S. Senator Henry F. As-

away." f.calni'd.coine didn't make up me now feel fop like the a visit rat passing out of the picture. are sorry. However, }lr. Robert I Hale, shortfield; j hurst of Arizona born at Win-

cn'welhL He chuckled guiltily.' have put suggested deserting a It.'canniladvancing sinking ship When the I Yesterday's! results in the senior Stowers ,says- that he had a handin I Higgs, Bethel and C. Griffin.I NATIONAL LEAGUE I nemucca. Nev.. 61 years ago. The Key West

I Needed you to worry argument that they'd save my circuit proves the truth of that tht matter too but Mr. Sawyer I outfield; Club- W. I. I ct.1.

about appetite.so By I wouldn't the wa7he have such looked an on board me while In a body I was Insisting gone they that fell my =statement.The:; says hef,never was, is not now and I ,Bunny Roberts, Goss, and Wick St. Louis ___..___....__. 81 49 .6.0 CoL Theodore Roosevelt of New CitizenThey'll ;

bland."there> was a young man down cheery for ditch face more than made UP St Louis Cardinals, fight never will be scared to play :Mr. I ers, reserve. I Chicago: _.__.__u.m'_, 87 52 .626; York. Republican leader, born.

town asking about yon this morning. eo. dear my child dirgefs those who appetite.are about And ing desperate!; to remain on' top I J. Robert Stowers for anything I New York '..."..'___00. 81 52 .609 : there, 48 years ago. take your messageto

1 Imagine hell be .around before. to die! sal ote )'out Judith.IRS. of the heap defeated the Giants.. from, a golf tee to 'the county I The great plains drought this Pittsburgh: ..._......_. 79 61 .56.& I ,every home in the city

many days. 5 to 2. The New Yorkers used I court house. However, yesterday I spring resulted in an exodus of, Brooklyn 000000.0.00. 61 73 ..455I

i The Inner light went dim. Edwin! \ FELTON found her many three hurlers, who allowed nine : Mr. Sawyer had Charlie Ketchum I cattle to more favorable areas I Cincinnati ". __.' GO 79 .432 Sherwood Anderson of Trout and SELL 'EM your waresor

s She'd'rOr OtteD about him completely r. minutes afterwards face down hits. Dizzy Dean remained in the land Russell Kerr for opponents twice as great as ,that of a year, Philadelphia .......... 56 79 .415 I Dale Va.. noted author born at services.

: there wasn't room for EdwinIn upon her bed,weak and spent from lox: the whole route for the Cards and all had a nice time because 'I [>efore. About .91,000 head' were Boston 00'_'"_._.'__'..'' 33 100 .248 i i. Camden Ohio, 59 years ajgO.i .

a memory that held Darld. Mercifully : bitter weeping. giving up only seven safeties. The c they were not playing 14 holes instead shipped out. 4 PHONE 51

lunch was announced and,her "Emily darling, what Is It?" older of the Dean brothers is fast | of the regulation'48 but Bill I 4I I A bullet which entered Roy Gar- i Lewis E. Lawes warden of

silence went unnoticed. I She fought for calmness. "Judith proving that his prediction at the paid he was tired and didn't feel The ,Blue Coat hospital of ner's right foot 36 years ago: when .Sing Sing, New York, born .at The Citizen

Edwin came that evening, as I They've lost their beautiful home beginning of the season that he 'like playing the rest because he is Liverpool was established) in 1708 he was accidentally shot has been i Elmira N. Y., 52 years: agl).

slight and' Immaculate as ever, wear Everything. would win 30 ;games was not just still "air-sick" and, boys, that for orphans ,and fatherless children removed. Garner' is a former Flor-

ing 'the little deprecating'ali that I Frances Felton was sorry. With a ''hot"air" Yesterday's victory was beats seasickness any day in the .born within the borough. ida deputy sheriff. Jesse L Lasky, movie producer .
was his worst enemy. lIe held her determined effort she forced herselfto the twenty-sixth for the dizzyone. -
As usual Samuella being .
year. _.
hand for a long moment after he had be sorry, because anything else --
The Giants committed one
] wee to quit
lazy willing on
shaken It and then dropped It apol i would have been very
ogetically. (In her un-chrtstlan. But error. No. J4-; P. S.-Bill failed'to beatschedule ... ,_ ...J, ._ __ _. .. ,- ,- . .
opinion bankruptcy, like other
.1.1I Louis clan their
The St kept
believe college agrees with major calamities usually came to I ,by o e point but was pretty
you" he said haltingly. I those who Invited It. She knew very one-game lead intact as the .result happy over the fact it wasn't ,

1 After all these years she thought little of the CarroIIs. except that of the win. and thereby pushed two points.

with'a slightly contemptuous pity. they had produced Judith. but :! the Giants four and a half games.

he was still shy and a little formaL Judith was certainly the type to run in back of them. Mr. Edward Strunk. and Mr. FIRMS

He would never 'get over it. she headlong, Into disaster. : In defeating tie Brooklyn] "Penababe" Kemp were at it
knew: would never' treat her with More' than that she had been a Dodgers the Chicago' Cubs won again. Mr. Strunk seemed happy

the camaraderie that .Judith-and rather demoralizing' influence for heir ninth straight: game and. .kept but Doe Prescott that Mr.
i says
David-had taught her. Emily; there had already been unmistakable abreast the pace-setting Cardinals. ;
Strunk would not win in a : Who Rush To Give You S Seryice-Patrpnke ThemI0HN.cPARK
Tin: glad you think so. Whetherit signs Still Frances ,Warneke, the Cubs' ace 'hurler, allowed way, which from all account he did y
agrees with you or not. It changesyou. forced herself to be sorry. only eight hits, while his
do. P. S.-Mr. Strunk is
For better. or worse," she said "How very sad! flow. did It hap ,teammates pounded three Brooklyn not go.ing
to ,have a darn nice house out.
lightly. pear ] pitchers for 15 safeties to win . .
I Maptello Towers. -- -
*?Tot for worse." Frances should never know that t there In
! I. 13 to 3. The Windy .City Tribe
Mr. Felton had bet magnificently plzyed .errorless ball. : : Star American CoffeeYou'll ROSES
THEY were on the terrace now. on the wrong stock. "She doesn't The Pittsburgh Pirates, recov- Mr. Berlin Sawyer came into TIFFSCASH
ned by the same flood of say very much about that They're the starter house ready.to fight ,
ering from her many Josses of late find
out how
golden light Could you ever she living in an apartment In Montgomery whit\ all comers.. ,Mr.\ Ham Dongo was FLORAL

wondered turn the clock back three- Hunting Jobs." wvash rose up the,mighty Phillies yesterday 11 to to 0. Jim I ready' to fight also. Then started. 328 SIMONTON, ST. good it is when you try PIECES, A GROCERY
quarters of a to another existence "There's no disgrace in that certainly '
year whether
a long.,harrangue > the first cup, Ib 2Sc. SPECIALTY
Weaver was the winning pitcher.1
It's fortunate that Judith Is .
to conte'trom ,the Bahamas or 1101 Division Street
There would ,be tennis In a mo( young and strong. She will be a The Cincinnati Reds won another j '
ment.. and swimming and details of great comfort' to her'mother 'and ; game and at the same time 1.Canary/Islands. Finally the a PLUMBINGDURO I LARGO, tb PLANTS and, VINES 'r Zf'
match between two wansuggested : ? HONE
the wholesale grocery business father. There's a son. too I believe added one more loss to the Brans'101"Sing fie .V. & S., tt 1
With the Insight that love had given yon said, didn't your streak when they defeated but Mr. Sawyer says

her she suddenly saw that'' Edwin "Yes.EmU. ,. whispered. "there' Boston. 4 to 2. Schott, of the felt in no mood to wrestle. 'He : Roasted in.Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple. and Fancy

cared a great deal for her and that a son." ;Reds. gave up only six safe blows. will do so text time.. .. PUMPS .

he was uncertain. and unhappy Cnforfunatelj. "Then 1 know they will manage In the American League the fl 'Groceries' .
: the same dove made It beautifully. Detroit Tigers downed their closest \ ,Women's' clubs have inaugurated PLUMBING SUPPLIES COFFEE NURSt'DY

.I .Impossible for her toad anything. It was no use. of courle: Her rival: the New York'Yankees a campaign to 'preserve ; l he .4.. ....(?6" 512 Greene Street _, Complete Line Fresh
about IL mother wasn't temperamentally, t first house built in' Oregon
capable ,
8 to 5. Both teams accounted for e'ec- PHONE 348 Phone 256
of understanding[ Emily rose ; near riVir'lrl I ) Vr Fruits and Vegetables
When he' had gone she' went to ; nine safeties with the Yanks ted the Willamette; PHONE 587
her room and wrote to JudIth-a wearily to bathe her face. making miscce. Auker was 1841 by George Gays ,
long, intimate, homesick letter. She wrote' immediately. to, Judith. the winning hurler. McCarthy'sclub o L .. '- ,-. -.-..... -- ... .
"Judith darling; she ended It. Tm and David Stoutand Mancuso J. Dean Wnd
; -NAPrY
moundsmen. DAYS
lost without you. Please please kin Their replies came almost simultaneously used four Delancey. -READ- .

the family quickly and come. and :' Judith' as gay and Im- Whitehill shutout the Cleveland 7.wfiab2lbe.: : 1 35c INSURANCE

see. me!" pudent as.ever: David's in,the,voiceof Indians. 3 to 0, for the Washington THE KEY WESTSUNDAY
Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ik*_ 35c
:Then: with a long look at the picture a stranger. He ,wrote: Senators. He gave up only I AMERICAN LEAGUEAt -
blows. Washington R H. E. Yellowtail; BOB, 2 lb*. 25c Office
of David which Judith had three sstfe !! OB 319 DuTal Street

given her just as they were leaving. Darling you're an angel The The Philadelphia Athletics cel- Cleveland __........._..._._ 0 3 0 Grouper, 2 lb.. ., 25cSnapper. .i

.she undressed and went to bed. refortu.l' taken this so hard Is lar occupants won a doubleheader Washington ___.h.a. ... ...--. 381 2SeMottoB STARSubscription
%\"bell'Emil,' came home for the because of yott-of knowing that from the Chicago White Sox, Batteries: Pearson, Stewart and 2 11.1. TELEPHONE NO.
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summer she brought with her a determination "again, with your eyes alight with 11 to 2 in the first game and 4 I Phillips; Whitehill and Bolton. Fish 2 Ibi 25c ,
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to widen her Held of pleasure; that I'll never be able tolive $ .
to 3 in the nightcap.
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With the girls it was easy: they That's one reason why I'm getting teams used only pitcher.The LOWE FISH Building
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away: because Carrollton ,Is in nr" summaries follow: Helini and :Six f.er.: DiBBcra -
had always felt that all Emily needed blood and anything else I do will
'.was to "get away from her mother' be a compromise.!. And you deserves NATIONAL. LEAGUEAt Richards. PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ......___ ROe 76c, and .85-
much more than that my darling Chicago R, H. E.
whU.and when
apron strings for a .
she sought them\ out they met her David. Brooklyn _.._' .__''''. '''''' 381 Second c... '''' 4 " .. _,

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Cuban ClubPresentation 01 Marriage ........................i TURN TO FLORIDA OUT PROPOSED PROGRAMOF \ j open for bnswneB at noon tom"rfow. -

: WANTED-Second hand bicyclein -- This pepafor eating place
moves a mysterious
of triphies to winners !fr. and P. Jerguson good condition. Apply at The I has been closed for ex ten-we repairs
announce the marriage of their way. We. the little beings that i
of the various contests spon- Citizen Office. septl2-tf during the month.
I daughter Ruby Isobel to David inhabit this earth are so small,I Sheriff K. O. Thompson whois (By Awwrtatrd Press) past !
sored by Kappa Pi Club on the NEW YORK Sept. 13.-New 1 I 4Th RaMon Lopez, proprietor recently
JB. Cooley. The ceremony was so helpless when God's !hand in in charge of policing activities WANTED tfhance to bid on I
Fourth of July will take place at solemnized in St. Mary's Roman tervenes. Like the little i j''I and maintenance of law and order YORK without noise? I I I your next printing order. The purchased the building]
the Superstitious Dance being Catholic church in Miami Sunday, ants, wej i on the Florida Keys arrived last The whir of subway trains un Artman Press. aUK1I hich the restaurant occupk.e.050..000.ee.eee.ee.e..-,.
given by that organization ,tonight September. :1".,- build on our hill and think that i I, night for a. brief visit in Key derground-the roar of the elevated -I I

at Cuban Club. The Jerguson .family were for- we have accomplished much whenat I West. overhead-the horns of:1 t HOUSE WANTED! .
These cups were to have been mer .residentsftf; Key West but one stroke it is all scattered to I II Upon his arrival the sheriff automobiles--the staccato of the
given to the winners some time have been' making their home in the four winds, and our lives are said he was too tired to talk or riveters as new buildings 'go up- !HOUSE POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT
'ago but were long delayed in Miami for a number of years.I taken with it. Some times we I discuss the horrible sights he had New Yorkers won't know their I 7ED-Couple., no
children, desire house of least
reaching here. When they arrived They have a host of friends in just cannot understand, and while encountered in the scourged area. own city if Mayor LaGuardia's A SETTtfte) SUN 1& BEAUTIFUL.BUTA .
4 unfurnished -
a ahort time ago the members Key W4:51.< I we bow in humble submission to I I He just wanted to rest and recuperate "League for Less Noise". is a ,rooms by the preterably last of September.Are SETT1NS HEN IS DUTIFUL.WANTED !
of the Kappa Pi Y Club immediately Mr.\ and Mirx.\! Cooley are at,the AH Wise and Omnipotent, still from the mental andphysical success.
began elaborate prep- home 5922 North West Third I we fail to understand.The strain 'he had been under Already sound engineers have moving permanently to Key CITY ELECTION NOVEMBER
West and wilt :all
.arations for their presentation. Avenue, Miami.Arrange great tragedy through for the past 10 days and then go begun noise surveys in various round if suited.occupy Must be year convenient 12, 1935
The dance received its name"Superstitious" which we have just passed, the to continue the routine which he spots and they have found one to business section. Give .0..050 000 5.ee55.....a
because of the tragedy that has left bad mapped outThe automobile horn can increase the
Dance At us stunned fell particnlas in first letter. 200 modern persons to attend For Police JusticeT.
fact that this is Friday the 13th, bewildered, helpless; the catas- I intensity of noise in a residential Address Stephen C. Singleton I Kappa Pi's Superstitious Dance at I II
a day when for ages has been con- Habana-Madrid trophe that has removed from section 10,000 times-or from 46 the Cuban Club
I origin of the five-lined 2620 S. W. 24th Terrace Miami I tonight. Friday.
sidered by many people to be un among us a hundred or more per-. non-sense verse known as "Lime to 80 decibles. I Florida. seplll-6tx 13th. with Del Wood's 8-Piece Orchestra
lucky. Habana-Madrid Club will hold meal friends at one stroke, and ,, rick" is lost in obscurity.pie I The mayor has launched plans I Ladies, Gratis. Gents,
Del Wood's 8-Piece Orchestrawill its regular Saturday night dance hundreds of others with whom we i for noiseless days and nights following FOR RENT I 60c.<<

furnish music for the occa- tomorrow night at the usual hour.'' were unacquainted cannot be described -I. I Ill' these when they are 'I similar experiments in 4tftn.

sion. Kappa Pi members who Music for the affair will be, in words our pen cannot I.I el I beyond the beyonH. c"II.I' European cities where unnecessary FURNISHED APARTMENT with I Logwood a dyestuff for fabrics 1'
have planned the organization furnished by the lIabana-Madrid paint the picture of our feelings. i I have pictured Mr. Rus i noises have been cut to a Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson made from fibers of vegetable;1

state that a good time awaits all Orchestra.; This dance is for! The good people of the Keys.t I home as I found it. The great majority minimum particularly the sounding 1001 Eaton street Phone origin has been cultivated in Jamaica -

who attend-those superstitiousand j,I.members and their invited guests,I II. the God fearing God loving citi-j I .of the other homes were II' of automobile horns. 879-J. sept4-lmox! since 1715.
those'who are not.t it is stated. zeus that inhabited the ,
just like it. I was invited to visit -
I .
--.- -_ just north of us; the people who with many of them and only wish I ROOMS Subscribe to The Citizen-20c WASHINGTON GEORGE B K>
did not require the attention of I SUNDAY DINNER I IB. m
that Inilsasss.daSS
.... .. ..... an officer of the law-their law I might have had the time II "TIIEMUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled weekly. ,ts ::
was the law of God-were happy The.- j t b .t"' a SUf MI I in price and location, 0 TWW.-_.*>..HMIW..me HP"' '. '":; '_---
: PERSONAL MENTION people of the J .'K *' Jark.nvllle'a< Leadla* Hat.." mre.-l-OeIe ,..-.
in 128 N. E. 4th
prosperity when it running water.
happend to from ---
were coffering !
.. .... .. _____ come their way. and just as happy thapresm.I .;. street, Miami Fla. aug26-lmox THE SEMINOLEJarksmvlltr GA.AGI..-
-----------------------'------------------------ sion. perhaps more tha4'ffitom4 I .* ANN: AGCNO 1 I
in IA S ...
ABam Garcia who was spending -: Sergeant John P. Robinson U.I.old adversity.time home Two thirds of these munity in Florida, *n<(..receiving See will begrudge psyug a PIANO TUNING 1I
a vacation in Havana with'I I S. A.. Is!. C., left yesterday on the loving souls were less. Yet they were modest in little more for bananas this week I
I taken at one stroke. Why oh their .since the fruit boats were d.I..edstandingIty. 1I MAYFLOWER
I requests and to this day have
relatives, returned yesterday on for Tampa en route to Atlanta why? ,to take off passengersfrem PIANO TUNER, Laureano }lo-
the S. S. Cuba. for examination.Mrs. received mighty HttteThey,' however "Disie.The ."
'he stranded reno. Excellent piano for sal ... .
The writer had occasion a cou- I _i:.-
I bore one another burdens. .week f stormy weather ever 1018 Division street '5.....' :
ple of whole half of the cheap.
years ago to visit theseI the eastern countryhas
Mrs. D. A. DuPuis wife of E. R. Neff, wife of En- I found some of the...-more for- resulted in decreased supplies and aug26lmoxFOR I -.1.-i
Chief Engineer DuPuis of the gineer Neff of the state road department -!I!I good people. Business in connec- tunate among them dividing witha poorer quality fresh fruits and **lte- 4s-n GASAGS.4.u., .
.tion,! with the relief being half dozen others. If suffered tables. Prices are higher on fresh I 'vwv :. RATES RO0..J
Cuba sailed last one -
Steamship evening left
:,]|i on the Cuba for istered by the government admin-I orodoce but lower on new pack canned SALE I ________
with their two children on.I Tampa yesterday afternoon for a occasion the others suffered with him. vegetables! particularly peas, beans, n.FLAGLER. __
the Cuba for Tampa where they'will !i visit with relatives in the state. of the visit. An ; If one had a loaf the other got corn and tomatoes. TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
was being put forth to put the half. The of Meats are higher bad fishing weatherhas ns .-..... ,
spend a few weeks with rel puffering people the people the Keys made fish scarce and high Egg sheets, 75c, The Artman Press. Fl.rldaVISAS. I Y1I........... -
atives. II Mrs. on Keys to isolated and in a way cut off from prices are still advancing and butter B. CRI' RR. Mnaa-rr< -
B. Jack
S. who aug7
I was spending k4' = .... s
-work, and haste i
was has begun to riae.Foreqaarter
the A
while in nect"l'S&ry.rArrivinJot world, and with but little, except I human home-like InstitutIon\ I -5.-S--a ",
Key West with'
a at Islamorada beef fowls and frying where you will find r laaJvldaalrmtmtmrt -
Miss Margaret Aiken. who for: relatives and friends, left on the!;.I on Sunday, great big heatrts, and a love chickens offer' the best meat value PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed ..< ....ra.ye....... a mat CAtAIATES.-.... 4mdy
was ready to begin work, and for their fellowmen. Truly God's Of the vegetables sweet potatoes ter of great Importance.A .
the I .11.00.J.
past two attachedto _
was I The Artman
years i Steamship yesterday for the cards $1.25.
get the people registered for relief ,wn people, and he called them olant. green peppers and lettace have I
the nursing staff of the Marine home in Tampa. Mr. Jack will : work, as there were many in home. keen least affected' by the had weatherand Press. nug-7 steel fireproof hBlMlaglocate* .wEST PALM -eE. CHI '
hospital, left, yesterday afternoon remain for a longer stay. need grapefruit spate grapes pears In the heart of the .'
of immediate assistance. and city P'
I I One of them in describing the melons of the fruits. e-
on the Steamship Cuba PRINTING-Quality Printing at
Here three suitable for -0-
are menus
There was no Sunday work, however horrors of the fatal I
for Tampa en route to Baltimore,I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Aguero and night Sunday dinner. the Lowest Prices. The Art Bvrrr Room with Combination Tub>>
not the Lord's
on day, they "We stayed in the house until I
I it and Shower Bath Radio. Electric
1>ld., where she has been. trans.,little son, and Mrs. Aguero's sister -.said. "We will go to church today blew to pieces we found ourselvesin Low Cost Dinner I I man Press. auj7 Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer
ferred. Miss Gudelia Rosendo left Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
I and attend to that tomorrow, water Pan-fried Hoer with Onions
to the waist in the I .
up Mattresses
of Inner
I[I yesterday for Tampa where they I was told. pitch dark with nothing to clingto Mashed Potatoes Sliced Tom.toe.8"ad I SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c. and Individual Spring Beaa-Con.structlon ,
Miss Ida Weintraub, who was I I will spend few weeks and Batter The Artman Press. Ing Lamps.
a with relatives I was taken to the home of Postmaster orept one another. It seemed Chocolate Podding I ftugT I I
spending her vacation with her and friends. I John Ru!'sell. It carried me that all was over, but we knewwe Tea or Coffee' Milk RATES!

parents and other relatives in Key I : back to my boyhood days, it made were in God's hands." Such Medium Cost Dinner I MONROE THEATERTim T* R__.. Private Bath __..,_.' ..:1!I I I TU GEORGE.... WASHINGTON. ..
West left the Cuba 109 slit ssd Sl.wtr.
yesterday on Miss Juanita <
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Mayg who was me think back, when things were 'is the spirit of the people of the 5* H__.. Private HatS _. :2.50'': .. ..
with I ... .
Chicken Fricasiwe
Dumplings 0.-.1 Ls s.d
for Tanfpa and from there will go;I enjoying a vacation with relatives I different. It made me vision my Keys. Candied Yams Buttered Can 1 1 flower McCoy in 24 to H.._.. Private Bath -.-._ S.M 1 I -...s-- ...Smasmul smy um ....-...
to Tallahassee to enter on her i in Cuba returned yesterday afternoon I childhood my good old Dad. and God in his wisdom has called Bread and Batter RIDING WILD in Sapie Rooms Rooms.Private Private Bath Oath 4.S 2.50*! lAm Sam mi wOAKAGf_

final State year's studies at Florida][ on the P. and O. ship from I sainted Mother. The Bible lay them. It seems that he always Fruit Tea Gelatin or Coffee Wafers Milk Wheeler and Woolsey in SLIGHT CREASK FOR UOL'BLBOCCtTAHCT : l I H.u..On] : ;; iIII .P. N I
College Women. Havana.
open on the center table, God'sblessing takes the best first. Perhaps he NIT WITS

I was asked at the dinner leaves the more wicked to give Very Special Dinner Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestral -. ._._., --

I table, prefers were said upon re them a chance to let their conscience Staffed Celery 15-20c; Night 15-25
"rted Chickea Boiled Rice
SPANISH CHURCHES CUBA BRINGS IN tiring. Truly a Christian punish them. Waffles Glased CarrotsFruit
I was invited to attend To the few remaining friendsof Salad Honey Lemon Dressing STEAMSHIP Co.

Sunday School and their hom".1 the Keys, we can only take Rolls Spanish and Cream Ratter I P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST

LOSE BIG AMOUNT 121 PASSENGERS i church service at their you by the hand and drop a tear.ou Coffee JUST RECEIVED ; MAIL ROUTES FOR
I few doors aw?.y. The church that I ; know better than I, that you I

TO' !! !reminded me of "the KUle church i will meet the little host later on. ,Pierre Loti! was the pennameof SHIPMENT FRESH MEATS MIAMI PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

H GEMJOBBERSLOOTING ![ VESSEL SAILED LATER IN .I in the wildwood", the church in They are "looking this way, yes, Louis Marie Julien Viaud Cuban and American* Cuts HENS Leave Key West for HaTcna Tuesdays Wednesday, Fridays
which all of them wero so prou.t, looking this on to Large shipment i-grown
I I. : way gone ((1850-1923)), the French author. .. and Saturdays 10:30 A. M.
I| EVENING ENROUTE as it had been built of native glory but looking this way." Average Weight 4 to SJi n. Leave Key West for Port Tampa Mondays and Thursday
IN RECENT PAST: II rock, and by their own hands. checks NICE FRYERS; to 3 11... 6:30: P. M.Leave.
I I TO TAMPA I They had no minister at the time.! DRESSED AND DELIVERED
\\\'II West for Miami WedBesdayt and Saturday
but none was necessary every 666 6 6 6 MALARIA Bermuda Meat Market 9:00 P. M.Sale .

-HALF- MILLION DOLLARS Steamship Cuba of the P. and I member of the litt: church was i SPEND ia 3 day Phone 861-W Quick Service of tickets for Havana will stop at 10:00 A. M.
I able and willing to preach,
O. S. S. company, arrived from pray White at Virginia; Street For farther information call Pboae 71
and conduct the seirice. The Sunday -
Havana yesterday afternoon with: School was crowded! with the .Liqoil .Tsls4s We are open Sunday Mornings J. H. COSTAR Agent.

1113 first class passengers and children from surrounding Keys. Salve Nose Drops first day. ,. ..
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TONIC ari LAXATIVE -- -- ----
H. E.. KNOB LAUGH four second class for T\mpa, and I can never forget hJ\v those chT:
tOy Associate* Pr...) two first class and two second dren sang. I can hear their! vo'.c; !snow = THIS YEAR IN : ----- .........,55,500005.5555.5SS505SS5050500555C000FOR

,MADRID, Sept. 13.-The looting -I class for Key West. I led by their eldtrs in the ., ." .;.
.bi recent weeks of more than The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for I: rood old songs my Mathtr! used tcKing. IFLORIE1Ath1 {.............. ........................................... ...... .I. i SALE

Tampa with 15 passengers from The most of them are singing -
a half million dollars worth of HEAL !
Key West. in heaven now, if heaven thereis. fprgour
jewels from Spanish cathedrals I and surely there must be. for ,' 5

has prompted measures for better) The mediavel industry of enameling God: must provide a p, ace for pco- /III"\\\\ "Make Your Paper Pay I Is' I ,.;sc,05ui.ft '.-? .- :' ve. :

protection of the -treasures; was revived at Limoges I ._ KAi.t-: ,
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France, at the end of the nineteenth ; '
accumulated through the centuries j I '
century.The St iths. .'
by the Catholic church. tHeretofore You Dividends! f7" r>'jfer t, ,r, --;" *i

but little pains'have '
Zambezi is the largest river

been taken to guard the I of Africa entering the Indian SCt -
millions of dollars worth of gems ocean.

and art works on display in I'II Prices
Spanish churches.But salable process form.of converting them into Money Saving

when a daring raid on the I The delicate inlay and filigreeVirgin's
cathedral at Pamplona was followed -I ICE
crown, one of the most
by the pillaging of several:. valuable pieces owned by the USE pric S- Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Ad- S

other churches in widely beparatedsections | church had been broken up for % vertisers closely for special savings on your S
the government took a
i melting and the gems which incrusted '
hand. ] it had been recut. b household necessities. Make your paper pay you

Church Called Careless | In the other lootings thieves hid I LASTSLONGER! k dividends. The most interesting news in the

It severely: criticized: ; church authorities -( in the churches until they were paper today is the advertising where you can
for not guarding their closed for the night, when they ICE REFRIGERATORS I
I dollars the budget by
I:: |J save many on family
Vast collections of jewels: and religious made a leisurely selection of the V1

art pointing out that it j i treasures which could be made I !ii: Made of all metal-equip k"| patronizing those merchants who advertise their .. ,.. !

was only natural thieves should be i marketable. ur.ft goods. I .... ,
tempted. I The government. would_ make_ ? ped with WATER COOLERS ( .. II I :,:,'. 4J..It ., ___.' 1

In many instances vast fortunes such thefts difficult by stationing ', -'I: They're Economical Vl'I
in jewt'I-I>tudded furnishings have armed guards in churches during \ THESE PRICES ARE BRINGING THE COST I .

been in charge of an unarmed! visiting hours anti by J placing I ( I II 100 Per Cent Refrigeration & OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY. '

caretaker during visiting who watched hours. them only;, vaults church at treasures night.SPECIAL in, burglar-proof -tir II L1 Satisfaction ft j I BODY'S PURSE. 'I i .: _:_Li..a--ufi

This was the case at Pamplona Priced at
where thieves easily sawed a soft-I FOR TWO WEEKSPERMANENT I I A merchant who advertises his prices :

iron window grill and escaped -on- I k Furnished tw tory'house and lot at 1307 White-
with B3O 35 charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a '
$415,000 worth and
gold WAVESTwo and L'N I exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
gems reposing in an easily accessible Permanents CK non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for .

ivory chest in the sacristy. j for _.__....... oO.UU f\\ ; ii EASY TERMS-10 DAYS Why this big difference? !I\\ I of the sea and overlooking Coral Park.

The suspicions! of a woman, Better Waves, $5.06 sod np i'' FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S i For price and terms apply to
clerk in a San Sebastian shop 1r
handling jewelers' supplies were I Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 5741PALACE 1 Ii ICE CO. By patronizing; ; the merchants who present : L. P. RTMAN

aroused when a Pamplona jeweler, their prices frankly and openly each week you ,
placed an order for crucible! [hi INC.
a ..
much larger than his business El Phone No. 8 I help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT -. -. The Citizen Office

would seem to warrant, and : 'I' OF KEY WEST. J -S.---- : .' orResidence

through her tip police recovered Gene A'utry in .
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nearly all the stolen treasures. TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS :- 'r-- ,: 1309 Whitehead Streetv.

Jeweled Crown Destroyed Comedy anV Serial Make your paper pay you dividends. % : '
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Many of them had been irreparably Matineei 5-1 Oct Nifbtt; lM5c( .
damaged, however, in the ,,,,,,.II' rI ,, r. r.JrJ ........5050ee..o.Iee..oei.e..eSsesee510seseeee0


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