The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00300
 Material Information
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 16, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00300
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I Associated Press Day Wire .. r Key West Florida has the
I Service 1 > Utb I'tp W' czt (Ctttcn t mpst equable weather in the

I For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average I

I Best Interests of Key West '- range of only 14" Fahrenheitj



I Mills Who "Covers World" I t MORE NEEDED. CRIMINAL COURT CONVENED TODAY; Ethiopia's Terrain Its Best Defense


I Hits News Trail To Ethiopia!I CLASS Criminal court converted thisuiorslsg automobile without the proper license Confident Of Victory In Event Of War

continued. Another charge
___ 9:30 o'clock with JudgeJ.
41 I against Reese of reckless drivingwas ---;- ., -
'i ........................ '. WORK NOW BEING CARRIEDON County also continued. .
Vising Harris presiding ::4T 1'.4T.l1' II,.
Associated Press Repre-; Constitution To Be fc Jack Miller reckless driving, LABORERS GO Greatest Mountain Area
!, Day BY SOCIAL SERVICE Solicitor Aflan B. Cl..re, Jr.. failed to appear. His bond was

sentatlve Covering Activities -], Observed September 17 DEPARTMENT OF KEY WEST Clerk C. Sam B. Curry and Sker- estreated and an alias capias is- TO MATECUMBE New Low Barometer On African Continent
sued. Reading 26.75 Inches
S C S S S S S S S S S S S S S f.S S S S S S.: ,

Around African Throughout the United States ADMINISTRATIONThere iff K, O. Thompson pretest. I Case John placed Hamilton on the non absentee support.doc IN FERA WORKABOUT Recorded From Keys Said To Be Natural

the 17th of September, 1935, will The two venires of juror, 18 ket.
Kingdom (Miami Daily News StrongholdBy
and is still foe Henry Beck assault and bat )
beobserved by patriotic civic room more regular and 12
special were returned New low in barometer read-
tery. Nol pressed. FIFTY MEN LEFT KEY I
societies "Constitution Day. -
as in the classes icgs were revealed today
registrants cooking
and thosewho Woodrow Sands, profaneand
the sheriff using
(nT Alat .....-) This movement is endorsed by by obscene Nol WEST YESTERDAY AND TO- Ernest Carson Miami weatherman CHARLES NORMAN
Tbe world has been Jim Mills'. the Sons of the American Revolu- being conducted by the social were summoned wars all as the complaining witness pressed wbo told of 26.75 i.eke. I (Associated Press Staff Writer)
DAY TO CLEAN-UP MUCH bang recorded
"teat" for tbe Associated Press; tion who through their organizations :service department of the Key pre,.nt artd ready for service. died since the informtion was Vitae key This at takes Lignani the A land with an area greater

are formulating and I West for white filed. S WRECKAGE honors from than England, France and Italy
Administration a Lfeng Key barometer -
;its hottest news "break" bis; cur.rent Immediately after the court William Gleason, non support,
planning a of patriotic which
program recorded low
it announced today ,opened the docket was sounded nol prossed. a combined listens for tbe beat of
assignment. events not only for Tuesday September women was of 26.98 inches during the
;and cases set for trial or other Joseph Cremata, reckless driving
It was natural therefore when 17, but for the entire by Mrs. Nina Ryder Johnson, social ;wise disposed of as foljows: I nol prossed. Approximately 50 laborers ]left Labor day hurricane BothInstraments the war drams it feels will sound
Key West! yesterday and todayJoeLower 1 are at the Key
week. J ,Boh Norwood charged with f. Tony Diaz and Annie Diaz, assault soon, from over its border
director. West
service weather bureau Mr.
trouble threatened between Ethi : Matecumbe Key to re ,

They are enlisting th s coopera- fhavuig liquor in his possession and battery, continued. j i., Carson said. for
The classes will be conducted .ivithootrthe, liquor having the re- ". Ezekiel Palenzuela assault,gad main until that key is cleaned of checking. It li.te.ad feel. confidentof
and that Mills should
denominations The
opia tion of clergymen of various_ 26.98 figure bas been
the that for one hour duration and will-b SQiured; *<:ise stamp was called. He battery, case set for Thursday*.1 :4he wreckage and debris left by sustained and the instrament the ;issne.Ethiopia's.

pack up bis cameras-his greatest with hope held at the time most convenient -faile* fct0: appear and his cash' bond Hilburn Saunders, assault: ;and'? the.tropical hurricane. will be returned to its owner,
church services will feature ser I .of $5ft?was ordered estreated. battery case set for Friday. The ,men were taken from Key terrain has provided
LoLLy-. toothbrush and to the of the class Daane.
a razor majority mem *
mona dealing with our great Charter :" 'Sidney Tullis, charged with em- Cases of 10 colored womept' ',West, to No Name Key in.. FERA tbe

and head for Addis Ababa wh nhe > with special emphasis on, bers.The bezzletnent, was called to the bar who were arrested' eeveral reekp ,lri4sand; transported from there I '.1'1'.111.11'.11SEND empire of Hallo Selassie with

what the Constitution instructions given at thee,;n4-eflUred a plea of guilty. Solicitor ago on chages of vagrancyv: ; -aor085. the water gap to Lower a natural stronghold. It contains

i. one of The Associated Press means.J classes not only includes thai selection Cleare explained the circumstances set for Fnday. ",, v Matecumbe on the Motor Boat

correspondents covering. the Afri School officials and <<". and preparation of foods ; of the:vase and the judge Oscar Fraga and E. R. Tynes, Sailfish.A. LETTER the greatest mountain area on the

also urged to observe in ,advised the defendant that he had charged with violation of the liquor C. Tanner, district sanitary African .
continent steep, inaee.
can kingdom which suddenly com., ting manner "Constitution Day."I but also many general instructions -1 better withdraw his. pleaenter .laws, will he tried Wednesday engineer of Key Went, has been TO COMMISSION *

manjs the world' headlines. I The Sons of the American Revolu- on how to care for the home ;one of not guilty and let the case Joseph Gates charged with non- placed in charge of the work on sible ranges that hem the Abyssinian .

how to serve meals and some per- :be tried before a jury. His case support set for Thursday. the devastated key. The order
tion desire that at meetingin tableland that fertile
giving -
Mills--the official title is JamesA. sonal hygiene. Preparation of .was set for Friday. Joseph Pazo operating an automobile placing Mr Tanner in charge was< ABOUTBRIDGESINTERESTED
observation of this event the\,
selection ] The case of Rafael Ramos without a license set for issued by W. II. Green, who is in portion. of List country the
but everyone calls him "Jim" Flag of the United States be displayed I'many interesting: d.isnes> -:charged with breaking and entering tomorrow. charge of the cleaning up pro- _

and the National Anthembe and preparation of food is with intent to commit felony Alberto Camero. city traffic officer gram and rehabilitation in the appearance; of a rrted cacti
after five-minute acquaintance
sung. This patriotic organ- also taught the enrollees.An ; and assault with intent to commit charged with operating an storm-swept area. surrounded
by moats that art
-was confidential secretary to! ization states that the slogan of I added inducement to women [murder was set') for 10 o'clock to-I'I automobile without a license, set Men sent from Key West will EFFORT TO LEARN OF PRO-

150 years is still before us- desiring employment is the morrow morning. for Wednesday. 'I be under the direct supervision of mountains.
the late Meville E. Stone found announcement that tourfets to f John Gerbert charged with t Ruby Cerezo imputing a want I GRESS RELATIVE TO OBTAINING -
namely. "The Constitution must Mr. Tanner, who has a compre-
Key West desiring to obtain domestic license. Placed of chastity. set for Wednesday. I A. race that has foogbt. agairtforeign ,
shall fishing without a
er and for many years general and bo preserved"andpoint [ hensive idea of the needs in that LOAN
out that it is our duty as II service will have class Ion the absentee docket. I Court was adjourned until 10 section having been there since aegrcnien and. as KIquerore --

manager of The Associated Press,' American citizens to protect and I members recommended to tkem. George Reese operating an I: o'clock tomorrow. the second day after the storm. I .. for ttntmm ban I"o-

when the World War was declared. -,'preserve what our fathers have I work With relief the assignments discontinuance many of of I I Temporary quarters have been I Desiring to secure positive information I duced like the catry abundant
created. provided Lower Matecumbeand
: the colored who I relative to the crops, a NberafcwAaace of n-
women were as- 'PUBLIC progress
will be
SHANTUNG ENEMY' FELL the men kept on the ,
I signed to the relief class for cooking work indefinitely it was said at being made toward securing: a' doubtable warn***.

'Borrowed' By Red Cross FLORIDA BRINGS i have enrolled in a volunteer. FERA headquarters.In loan from the United States government I Every Man A Soldier

With the entry of the United class. The enrollment among,the RECENTLY BEFORE FIRING all From the eariim
[ SQUAD probability no more men with which to constructthe tmrs to the
States in the conflict Mills was"borrowed" 215 PASSENGERS I colored women was so large that will be needed for this work. In I present day, BO fx.jjgnir visiting
proposed bridges over the
two classes have been organized.Any
by the Red Cross to ;: the event more are called for they I Oversea Highway." water I the ancient ..... *W fatted to
l women interested in enrolling I. .A.-... prp.ss will be taken from tile rtgula 534*, a "
help gJvifrtlvltles) : in France in the classes must get in group of interested remark on the warlike attnbJte
Steamship Florida of the P. and By MORRIS J. HARRIS i still sprawled around bloodstained ] -,lists of FERA employes and a call deeply citizens -

The war over Mills returned to O. S. S. company arrived :151: (i touch with the following instructors CUEFOO. China Sept. 16.-A, tables Liu gave a brilliant reception will be 'issued for those designated have sent an open letter t. .of the population.
the AP but to "home" ': Mrs. Minnie Robinson and I I It has been said that try
a as I o'clock Saturday afternoon from firing squad has written "finis" to in observance of the for the work. the members of the commission'
Mrs. Susan Shourds. for the white the of the of Cast Ethiopian w a potential 1101,111",' ,
Eignment.' career "King ;
Havana with 211 first class passengers -I' classes and Mary Moreno, instructor .- birthday of the Chinese republic.{ appointed several weeks ago by1 with a rifle an 'indispensable

There have been periods of and four second class. for the colored women. Shantung.He General Liu Chen-Nien, Xs host he chatted amiably with:: PARK SERVICE Governor Sholtz as follows: j piece of civilian equipment
The vessel sailed 9 o'clock for
few months when he could al
other "Owing to the deplorable con-' men are great horsemen,
\ pas.cenI 4 despot so hated that housewives foreign consuls and guests. j
:Miami with 61 first class
in the comparative quiet of a gers and 63 second class for Miami GILFOND GOES keep )\little straw images of him on His police finally announced that WELL ATTENDED dition existing in Key West and f and armed Ethiopia' cavalry, whethn
line bureau job but never i the pn of thi-
which with
from Key West.' daily, appropriate the Cantonese had been "mysteriously" the persistent rumors that outside -: nineteenth century, or the rifl.-! ...

long Steamship Alamo of the Clyde-'I f OUT ON PLANE :maledictions, they shake dirty murdered. interference ha* prevented Of the present present an jw. -
their kitchen brooms. '
lwat B from
Friend Of Kings And PeasantsHe Mallory Steamship Lanes arrived CEREMONIES
HELD AS MEM- further action the reopeningI
on some spectacle wheel I
: fkcath Concludes FearsIt Liu, then a few years out of a as they
the friend of kings end ,7.30: o'clock yesterday morning
is 'with heavy consignments of freight I yi two years !'since ,Liu and I north China military academy, ORIAM TO STORM.DEAD of the application for the Over, through maneuver They n peasants alike. On the back of a'' : with only the big toe m the stirrup. -
I discharged, and sailed at 10 1T0 JOIN OTHER OFFICIALS his jr-tag army were run out of came to eastern Shantung in seas Bridge Loan on plans ac-
hot in the files of The Associated this; section General Han 1928. ON FLORIDA KEYS .
map I o'clock for Tampa.ROBERT t rich by- He ousted a hated provincial ceptable to the P. W. A. engineers -.
Press in New York is this I W CONFERENCE AT Fu-Chu and today the latter, as satrap .General Chang *, They are of consistently tall
I filed last June by the stature and
spieixhd physique! :
"A governor of Shantung, is giving Tsung-Chang, and was hailed as
notation in Mills' handwriting:
j'! LEWISANNOUNCES WASHINGTONM. tbe province an administration a deliverer. One of the ]largest'! public assemblages Citizen's Committee with the un In north. .a tcrn Abyssnia th('v
woman who asked me for a light i benevolent. But the in West derstandingthat action would are almost whtte-skinned. but towards -
tha by contrast is people soon learned ever seen Key be
in Angora." The photo showed]t I But the fear that Liu might return differently. Liu levied extortion I", was that of,yesterday afternoon taken on them when a bridge commission -'!i the south this solor gives: !

Mills extending; a cigarette and a FOR E. Gilfond, district directorof persisted ,until reeently news I ate taxes and in five years built'[,at_ Bayview Park, when at 4.30: place to black, with the prevailing .I-
and which
match to a trousered native worn I WPA activities in Key West, came from Kiangsi that he had up a personal fcatune of $15- o'clock iMpressive ceremonies in I I was appointed, skin tone of the country described -
they instrumental
were having
an. The next photo shows him POLICE CAPTAIN left Saturday afternoon in a plane been executed. I I 000.000. memonam of those 'who lost their as copper-colored

interviewing Princess Ilyana of 1 i i of the state road department for LIU is remembered for his massacre His prosperity ended when Han ,lives in the hurricane of Septem- created West, we. as interested citizen of Key the Many of them are at present
Rumania ] Jacksonville. .of 20 delegates from the i I defeated him in battle. There',1,1' : FI* ''''S' held by the several re- welfare of in equipped with rifles taken fromthe
our community are
Among the big: assignments There he was to meet Conrad Cal p! government They sought upon he accepted a bribe of 525 .-1 h i; usJmomination3 of the city anxious for authentic Italians, Egyptians and s 1I(1-

Mills has covered was the "passive i I CANDIDATE FOR CITY POSI-j,Van Hyning, state WPA "a- his cooperation with the Canton I 000 and(took a post in' Ctrekianjr, I _; 'otgtefre the hour, the wor- from the bridge an commissioners report anese whom they have defeated
resistance" of Mahatma nunistrator and! both procH\ "'direct I l 'Ira''1! began to asemble and "Kind to hildftoa--eru1 to
campaign: TION KNOWN TO MANY I' administration! and he invited them i far to the sooth But' one of Pitjiera! action taken the
.Gandhi in India. to Washington where ttney' to.,:a. t lea t. While at table they brigades mutinied and \he ha-<:,t whpn! ;i ,the:first. number on the program : above covering and the on of beasts" has been applied to the
He has driven along the Road'I BASEBALL FAl'S'' AND OTH.,)I will be joined by E. A. Pynchon, ? stabbed to death. tional government arrested" hint//I was, started, there were: the present for status men of Ethiopia.Few .

to Mandalay; i.as with the Japanese ., deputy state administrator ate! "rte !IRole Of Perfect Host I After two years In custody\! vas; raqre? ,than 1,500 persons present loan."application a bridge Ethiopians Work
its Jehol ERS AS "BOBBY"Robert i confer with officials on matt lS ""' !to Join the solemnexercises. I Half of the able-bodied men
army on campaign next day with the bodies, court martialled and shot.11 in I Members of the bridge commission -
saw Henry Pu-Yi crowned em- I pertaining U work projects 'in- -- -. Services were also held at both; have no productive occupatIOn.
i this district. referred to and to whom the Attired in picturesque chammasstandard .
peror of Manchukuo, has seen morning and evening worship:I
flood. famine. pestilence and war J. Lewis makes his announcement I In the local offices there is being hours at many Key West churches, letter is addressed are: W. IL garb of the country

and reported them for Associated in this issue of The prepared a comprehensive report POLAND'S ELDERS AWAKE AT NIGHTIWORRYING at which time respect was paid to I Burwell and P. L. Wilson, Miami; they are to be seen always with a
I T.
of the hurricane of Jenkins Curry B. D. Trevor rifle slung over the shoulder and I
Press newspapers Citize -s candidate for the officeof 'I September : individual storm victims or to
'Gets News Out' captain of police in the No- 2 and a detailed report of OVER YOUNG POLITICIANS all those who lost their lives. Large and J. R Stowers of Key West. colorful cartridge belts around
I IBT I I Signatories to the letter pre:
damage As I the want. Now they are being
There are many men who can vember election. resulting. soon as COmpleted congregations attended the serv
"get" the, news but "getting it }Jr. Lewis known to his many it will be forwarded to Mr. ices. Fred J. Dion, J. A. Gardner. Carl mustered into a fighting force a,;
Gilfond. Bervaldi, J. Otto Kirchheiner, Italy's modern ]legions! mass on
out" sometimes offers even greater friends among the baseball fans ( AseseIaIeJ Press)
Adalbert Bethel Benjamin Saw-
diffict.lties. An example of his and hundreds of others as "Bobby" WARSAW: Sept. 16.The generation a section of which has BERLIN LARSEN yer, W. W. Sawyer, Harold Cruz, their borders..
the An ample food supply leaves
resourcefulness was in recent has been a city employe fora I
Greek revolt number of years, and for the WARREN FELTON, young people's branch of Po abandoned the national democratic!I W II. Monsalvatge Aaron McConnell little ambrtMHi for commerce and

Mills was' assigned to the story past several] years has been and I land's government party has incurred 'party as being for "old fogies" MISSING FOUNDFAMILY R. F. Spotswood, C. E. trade which M chiefly carried on

and disappeared across the Greek is now, attached to the board of INFANT DEAD: the wrath of its sponsors and formed the national radical, {' Archer, O S. Long. John Archer, by foreigners.. In times of jn-ace

border. For three days there was I public works, in the capacity of for being not grown up enough. party with more advanced and Frank Delaney, H. F. Whalton. 1. the Ethiopian attaches himself to
F. Beaver Pinder Leo H.
J. W.
I the retinue of higher
Several personagesphose '
no word. Then a mud-caked fig- dragline operator. government officials
liberal sympathies than the parent Warren, J. A. H. Gato
ALSO ACCOUNTED Ilayes,5F. mark of rank can be gauge.l I
ure appeared at the Yugoslavian He has been a special police under including Slawek
FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE { Braxton B. Warren and Dan. L.
group. by the richness of their chamma.-
border It was Mills. He had madea the administration of every have withdrawn their honorary! FOR ALL IN KEY WIST:
dangerous SO-mile trip to bring major of Key West from the ad- CONDUCTED TOMORROW memberships from the \>rgamza--| Navarro. and the nenber' of their horses

out the first eye-witness accountof ministration of Dr. J. N. Fogarty tion, which is called 'the Young; GIVES FORMULA FOR DURING STORM I and, ffthVwers.)

the rev.olution He had lost his up to that of Mayor \\ m. H. Malone AFTERNOON I Legion" government subsidies to PROTEST AGAINST The Ethiopian, with hit tuplrn

automobile over a cliff; had ridden He was also a county guard it have been discontinued, and its ATTAINING OLD AGE HONKING OF HORNS did physkfHe is said to be unexcelled -
a horse until it gave out and then j for four years. early dissolution is foreseen.It Berlin Larsen. who was reported i as a eovrfer Observ n -

made the last few miles on foot. I)I He promises that if elected hewill Warren Felton] five months old was formed to prepare youthsfor By Awvelated Pros missing by relatives in Miami, an I (By Amrta IWm) I I in the dark empire of Haile Sc--
His and ability to be be Mrs. Fel- future the WATERLOO, Ia.. Sept. 16.- ]lasgM report softie' of them have:
persistence I[ found doing his duty during son of Mr. and Joseph membership in account of which, appeared in s..t ATLANTA. Ga.. Sept 16.- i'
on the spot where the news was the period required by law and ton. died 10 o'clock: last night in government party, and in its hey The formula for attaining the age article in The Citizen on Saturday -! The Atlanta Association been known to run 24 hours at a

hottest! once drew from Mahatma :I''I. will be available at any and all the home at 1112 Elgin street. day numbered 50,000. the most of 100, according to James R. came:(l1to this office thu' ing Owners and Managers BI1i1d-1 stretch bearing Important news to

Gandhi the joking statement that!]!j I times when needed by the citizens Funeral services will be held 4.30 i active being university students. Rays Waterloo's centenarian, is morning and stated that he and protested to the police 'I almost inaccessible! points

when he (the Mahatma) went to I I t of Key West. o'clock tomorrow afternoon frpm Trouble began when the sponsor his family were in Key West daring 'honking of horns at all hours of I The Ethiopians are a race of
he confidentally expectedto I j Mr the James moderate living and early bed- Highlanders who do not like to get
heaven "I Lewis was a candidate for residence. Rev. S. thought the members were the recent hurricane on tile the day and night by drivers
find Jim Mills waiting: at the. I the office in the ]last two city tlec- Day, of the First Baptist church too active. There was no quarrel I I times. ,keys. wanting curb service in-- the I I into the lowlands.

pearly' gates and demanding an interx 1 I tions, he says, but his failure to officiating. over the fact that the league presented ;,, In addition, Kays advises keeping The relatives at Miami in question town district and by mot down-I*

lew. 1 be named has not lessor ed hi* Survivors are the parents, two no uniform political front abreast of the world and its I requested that The Citizen are "too lazy to knock on tbe New Coty "Air Sp.."

j''I ardor. and will appreciate the sup- sisters Leota and Fay Felton two but there was much beadshakmg. events as a mental stimulant] assist them in locating Larson: apartment house door" in the residential I i
FINED FOR PAWNING J pert of the voters. Ha believes brothers. Benjamin aad Joseph over charges that league leaders':something he still does although and ater many inquiries relativeto section. I FACE POWDER

i! that perseverance must eventually Felton. Jr.. grandparents, Mr. and were developing radical leanings he can no longer read of current f his whereabouts. the "missing": Incessant honking and the noise'I 6 Different Shades
CHICAGO. William Larson.i, bring success and assures the vot- Mrs. Banjamin Felton and Mr. and aa anti-religious spirit. j I'affairs. man walked in this morning and of machinery have drawn petitions Shipment Just Received

47 of this city, was fined $200 I ers that they will never regret and Mrs. Thomas Thompson. I Tkfe nationalistic apposition I He says he has voted on every I said that he and his family were from many citizens for enforcement GARDNER'S PHARMACY

by a judge;: for pawning his wife's I(ihavr"jr selected him for Captainof t Lopez Funeral Home is in groujk in Poland also is lying!.I presidential ticket in the historyof ( safe and well and are residing at I I of the city's 1930 anttI ,I Phone 177 Free Delivery
false teeth to obtain liquor money. Police. charge of arrangements. awe nights over its younger:I the republican party. 1124 Stump Lane. J I I noise law.


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ltp mt t qttt THE CONSTITUTION / i for one year. This suggestion wasp']rI I' AT.lI' IT'
L L UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED: KEY WEST IN taken under. advisement by the!
Published tally Except Sunday By board. TO SUBSCRIBERS
TUB CITIXKN prBLISlllTfG Co. l.NC.I Tomorrow September 17, marks the I
-&Mo.iespangle"; : DAYS GONE BY -
P. ARTMA; % Pre.Iae.t I
.JOB At.L.K.AMfcttaat.Bvalaea* Manager 148th anniversary of the adoption of the 1 Jefferson Saunders : If y- 4. act -c.tv. your
--- From The Citizen Building Constitution of the United States and finds e i'y! + I Happeoipf- r. Just 10 Years paper by 6:15 o'clock IB the
"t Corner An known his friends
Greene and Ann Streets'Only anour-Mt pldJ-- among &8'"Buck" .
Ago Today Aa Tau FroaI ..._.. call tclcpaovo 81
- Dally Newspaper In Key West and MonroeCounty. that hitherto venerated document virtually that at& casioe o C- I I TL. rd.. Of T6. Citi__ makes his formal announ- cad will bo seal to
fufiitd ttf Fterencftuwd cement in the columns of The, paper
under fire from in high places. .. .
your BOB A complaiat boy
Entered' at Key \Vest. Florida se. aetond claaa matter Riu seat Rebut 1 Citizen today as a candidate for
.. FIFT--y1: "1KAH There is even talk of proposing an amend- A.Uur :.t 4 Scw.. I'I Joseph Roberts, better known the office of city councilman I. OH duty. at tki*.office from

MmWr .t tba Ammirlmir Praia ment providing for a greater concentration \ f'OWl qt.ld TIutr i as "Dody" announces! today in I from the third ward. Mr. Saunders -, 6:15 t. 7:15 *. n. for tb.purpose .
Tae Associated Pre. Is exclusively entitled to use I + :,The Citizen that he will be a was born and reared in Key. of delivering. complaint
for .J ..t ,) of aU news dispatches cr.dhed tot of power in Washington with a corre- q.t rw-tstd on l i can-1 .
I didate for the office of lI Help as give 100
:5r not otherwise credited la tola paper and also a /4Hk cf West. lie has a host of friends you
the local news published lane.NATIONAL sponding weakening of the authority of the i but ndtttdidHffo I man from the third ward in the I, who predict he will be successful perc..ic.. by cab;.a 51
states. utcJuu I I election to be held in Key West in his candidacy. if you do not receive The Citi.aea. -
r mice) i AL I yond i.t: next November. Mr. Roberts has I II i .
. ; ASSOCIATIONSVBsCRIPTl6 This idea is being advanced for the I .1M.Ie I I I
Jl..d le +.au. I93 S : i served in the capacity of councilman kt a well attended meeting of 'II .,S'II'''
that it seems likely the Supreme j
reason in former years and he promises the Woman's Club ...
hv yesterday rrt.r .ter -
; \ RATES much : f to perform the duties, if I I11rs.
declare recent
One I may -T. I afternoon at the home of Mr. and When vessels touch at Sema-
Wz JfbS'$1::::: : 1.00: unconstitutional because it goes beyond elected with the same fairness:, Sam Filer Dr. J. Y. Porter, rang, one of the chief ports of
Three Months LII I j[I and with the deep interest of the
' une Month ... ..___ .11 the vested in Congress as the Con I i. 'sr., addressed the members on the Java they anchor about three
- Weakly .:.:::" ':-:_:::::=-_______ .20 powers i II.city coming before all other matters matter of health and home hygeine. mites out.
ADVERTISING RATES stitution now stands.In s t t K as when he was a member o*i The address was of cone

. Made. known on application..!. this connection it is interesting to 1 F Clrllll/Irlil ( {G701b14 7f1 I I the body, elected to that position!]| polling interest and was thoroughly : Key West and Havana. These vessels

All reading: notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of note that many Democratic leaders, including I b'S, tudorJThe ptrfkcty I I by the Good Government League. enjoyed by his hearers. : are the Estrada Palma, Henry
respect, obituary notices' etc. will be charged for at i *. mdbr had bye found! -- I I i'Ii M\ ,. Flagler: and Joseph R. Parr tt.,
the rate of It data a line. two former nominees of the party lf Customs officials are today unloading Owing to the increased business
whicha 9r capacity
Notices for entertainments by churches from ** itZ&ffi I '+| carry cargoes
revenue Is to be derived are & cents a line. for the Presidency.-John W. Davis and Al } + f !': the cargo of booze which iof the P. and O. S. S. company. and return with the same, it was
*Th.', CttUen! la an open forum and Invites dlscus.n Smith-are what r f) .n < f public issues!! and subjects of local or general vigorously opposing they (
Interest but it will not publish anonymous comraunl- lLM 1'i' ha Li tad tp I Ventura several days ago by the],,: now making daily trips between company.
' -al"ms" consider unwarranted encroachments of it ttr.tMIlOno0o Ccast: Guard Cutter 298. The cargo I I .
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the Federal government on the rights of I is composed of assorted liquorsof I ---- -- ----

. the states. This be the most A11IITISVFnt the finer grades and is estimated
_. to be worth $20,000. j| STEAMSHIP C
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN important to be put forward in the 1936 i P & 0 O.
campaign. Among the passengers leaving
Whatever one's views may be respecting on the Cuba last night were al ROUTES FOR
1. Water and Sewerage. number of students at Florida
the merits of certain New Deal I I State J MIAMI-PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
College for Women who
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main legislation now being attacked in the a have been spending their vacations:, Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays, Wednesdays Fridays -
and Saturdays 10:30 A. M.
land. courts it seems that every good American in Key West Among those I leaving -'
Leave West for Port Tampa Monday. and Thursdays
ar+di3oad ?odriedaserfftrad '. : Key
were: Mary Miss
'. Tree Tort. should desire as all officials are sworn to Lttir out 5 r .' 4'cii \1 Mary Hubert Gwynn Falk and Miss' 6:30 P. M.LeaYe.

4. Hotels and Apartments. do, to see the Constitution upheld as it now Mary Cabrera. {1 9:00 P. M.Sale Key West for Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays

5. Bathing Pavilion. exists until such time as the people see fit --- I of ticket for Havana will stop at 10:00 A. M.

6. Airports-Land and Sea. to amend it in the manner provided in the Editorial comment: The earnestness For farther information call Phone 71
with which the
7. Consolidation. County and City document itself. ii TODAY'S WEATHER 1i generation of today argues younger that I J. H. COSTAR, Agent.

Governments.The The right to propose amendments is chaperones are no longer necessary .- -...---
undisputed but any attempt to evade the suggests they are needed
Temperatures WEATHER more than ever. F
Constitution subterfuge or indirection CONDITIONSA .
worst of Highest ---........_. _._..---.---_-.-----88 -
enemy democracy is the would strike at the very foundation of Lowest ..___._.?,_.._75 disturbance is central this The south's most famous mili-

demagogue. constitutional government. Mean\ ..........._...___.._....... ........82 morning over the western Can- tary organization will arrive in Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty
Normal Mean ..__...-... .__..-.....--82 adian Key West Friday morning en!
Experience cannot be bought with .. 11'Yesterday's provinces, Edmonton. Alberta route to Havana where the members -
WRITERS AND "GHOSTS"It 29.5Z inches and extends will remain for one week.
money alone; it also takes time.A Precipitation .02 Ins. ; Loan Bonds Are Advised To
Normal Precipitation .20 Ins. southeastward into the northern This is the Old Guard of Atlanta.
TfcU rmrd rmrrn :"-.*.r .rrl. modern! version of :Mother '''Goose is the simplest thing in the worldto itt ft .>l_k ..... MornlaK.Tomorrow pressure" is moderately "low over I by a number of wives and See Us With. ReferenceTo
win fame writer no\V.adays--pro- Almanac members of the families. will
would read "the sow jumped over the as a the far Southwest. Phoenix Ariz.. They
......_.. .... be
vided have fame in other Sun rises hh. 6:14 a. m. 29.82 inches entertained during their brief
you won some while is
moon. Sun sets ..................... 6:29 p. m. nigh ; pressure stay in the city. The New Treasury
throughout most other
way first. The newspapers and magazines Moon rises __.......... ..10:09 p. m. tions. st'c-
We buy many things we can't afford bristle with articles by this or that celebrity Moon sets ....- .-...-.11:21 a. m. Cochrane. Ontario, 30.38 City council met last evening
inches and Roseburg. Oregon,
for fear the neighbors will think we can't and it begins to look as if famous Tomorrow's Tides 30.20 inches. Showers and thun- in regular session to hear as an i Financing

afford th'em. folks going to monopolize the printed A.M. P.M. derstorms, mostly light, have occurred equalization board complaintsfrom 1 I
are High .................12:14 1:24 during!': the last 24 hours taxpayers relative to the i
page to the exclusion of professional Low.-.. ...h"um 7:07 6:13: in the Florida peninsula, and in a proposed 50 percent increase taxation
A in I i
man an ambulance sometimes
on all within the
writers. Barometer 8 a. m. today: I few other widely scattered locali property
wonders why the telephone pole didn't Sea! level, 29.94.WEATHER ties. Temperatures have fallen city limits and they heard a num
keep to the right. But there's a catch in it. In most I from the lower Lake region and ber. Those who addressed the The First National Bank of Key West

cases the famous folks do not write the Ohio board were Charles Archer Chester i 1
Valley eastward
FORECASTTill to the Ate
The sword of Da.nocles is articles which they are supposed to write. 1 lantic coast being!: 12 to 15 degrees Thompson Joseph! Thompson,
hanging ,Joseph Finder, John Lord Beaure-
writer out- below normal this morning Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal
...over' the head of Haiie Selassie, but he appears They merely give a capable an ( 8 p. m., Tuesday! ) I in the North Atlantic States; I gard Lowe, John Gardner George
: to be unafraid. line of what they want to say and he does Key West and Vicinity: Partly 1!while readings are generally above Roberts. Frank O. Roberts, Char Deposit Insurance CorporationSHOP

.. the rest. When the work is finished the cloudy tonight and Tuesday with I I the seasonal average west of the 'les W. Sawyer and H. Caviness. I I

2- Congress finally came to agree with celebrity gives it his OK and it is pub moderate occasional winds, showers, mostly; gentle northeast to 1 I Mississippi" River.G. S.. KENNEDY. Charles assessments Archer remain suggested as they that the are I

:Andrew Carnegie's idea that it is a dis- lished as his own. or east. I I Officer in Charge. --- -- -- --

:?grace for a .man to die rich. Of course, there are many prominentmen Florida: Occasional showers tonight
who write the and Tuesday.Jacksonville I tin.. the third largest town in :1111"1.1'11111
and women actually to Florida Straits.:'Auma.! is famous for Its examples :........a............................................................
:J.: Thirty million people read Brisbane's articles and books which bear their names and East Gulf: Gentle to moderate of Baroque architecture. ..

allusion to Key West in his column Satur- but in the case of stage people pugilistsand northeast or east winds and part I.

:day. That has immense advertising value. other sport champions politicians and ly overcast weather tonight and Subscribe to. The Citizen-20c
Tuesday with scattered showers.; weekly. I AX
even business men, the actual writing is I ':

- We saw two people engaged in ap usually done by a professional known as
parent earnest conversation the other day a "ghost writer." a

..and knew that each thought the other was I .l h 1, '! ?M11.. ..-(... ;. 2'-! ':.:'.
THINGS ONE REMEMBERSBy -. .L"i .... z..,.
crazy. As a matter of fact both were The Human Element Back -- :a#. 1Sr i i '* ':ji.xt-t *-: <' t' '
: & .* .l && -
? f-hl&
:r ght. ( R. M. HOFEH) ,--' :* : 1 .:. f'Ji. *** .;:!{iJ : f :t.. .'
t - -
It's easier to make a flowery statement thanto of Your Telephone ." IfcX9. t- x" *f(' tk: ; : jr J* ::*Tin *....r"44' ;,. ..

Advertising of the right kind can do answer simple questions. The people of the ..( t >. -A*&j <:& '. jv&c: %$_ ::..
-+- i& :.'
{ 'V
:} rrv
.F +
any merchant good; the trouble is that .o world are getting pretty sick and tired of'statements .VI\ ...rt {SmlES{ W *i -.

many merchants squander their advertising They want answers. .\IU ;;... _. S*4"f'A._ ...
h'I.I.} ,, Y. "" 4' S 1
> ,.
money on schemes that are not truly This summer I have met many business'inen But for the human spent mainly for i .."'.;: ,- *iZ k_lrf"-1fci- L-

:productive-not even of good will. In different parts of the country. I have... .asked' element back :to \ the necessities of \. BV&; .:'.1::!st! ;; iJii. .C f'; :..SS .

and talkedwith of: your telephone, life in the com- II p!: .' .
questions tried to get answers. I have Sr ""i r lii" .. > I''y
the millions of dol: munitieswhfretheyLars I r _
2 The United States did not apologize'to waiters in hotel dining rooms, with clerks in worth of telephone 5. work and liT ,This 1: ; ."'... _. u/i.: ."' ;J? :.

Germany as a result of the Bremen incident grocery stores with mechanics in garages, with attendants equipment} regular expendi-' "' 1')0,a., .. .
u la .
it merely expressed regret at the at oil filling stations with proprietors of in the State would ture of money aids :. :- :-r.-=- ss. -.-. '.;.* : .d .... "; ', --. ,. \' :.

.happening. There is a difference between small' stores and, recently at the cosmopolitan I' be only so much inactive materially in the support of ..'''' *- -" ***. 4-..'.'.'\t' *" ..* .' -i3". "w iSAVE .-..;.,..", :Jo. ?r-':'.;. *... ..S... .
.- . '
machinery. merchants and other business T..t. '-I. -'! .,. : "
egret; and apology. Acknowledgement of meeting place, the Mark Hopkins hotel in San It is the army of telephone institutions throughout the # .' .r ;t"M: ;. '. ...;: : d. o.: v. :

;[guilt is implied in the latter. i Francisco. I heard opinions expressed by prominent I I workers who give life to the State. : ...-:' ;; : .1. :: ..:: .-.tf;; :
. business t-_ .. ....,. ---.c_ ; .y(1'. :: .. -.0", .!' -. ... _.S .. .
. --- men who drift in from all parts of the vast network of wires switchBecausetheir life work in the .. .. r.. t. .

The more militaristic a nation, the world. boards and other equipment telephone business is service to

more she claims to be the most pacific of After the smoke of partisan politics has been making of it one of the State's the public; it is natural form -
?t u-cJ and useful instruments telephone people to be inter
.:powers. Mussolini\[ has been prating constantly blown away sentiment expressed by thoughtful
I of modern business and ested and active in civic church AND.MoNEY
' about peace until recently, and persons is remarkably uniform on the following j social life. and other organizations which :

one that i is unjustified, at that. 1. There is no sympathy' for European war I with extreme care as to their betterment of the communities I
fitness for the job and the majority in which they live.
preparations and very definite opposition to this We complete stock of merchandise !
of them have had years The telephone industry is carry a
The damage to the keys last! week by nation participating in another European conflictin of experience and training in one of the States largest and

,the hurricane as well as the disastrous loss any manner. their respective! lines of work. most necessary institutions for your home. Why not drop in and see :

'of life gives!' rise to the question as to whatis 2. There is general resentment' against polio They are loyal folks! all striv its value is not measured alone for ? :
log for:the same end-that you in money.Of equal importance yourself
tical .
going to b"t'ome'of.the F. E. C.'s Oversea attempts to undermine constitutional safeguards -
shall continue to get the best to the investment in land ................. :
Railroad. This sometimes "wonder of of persons and property in the< United and most dependable service buildings and equipment are I : .

the, world," built,by, Henry M. Flagler over States. i possible at the lowest cost conthese loyal people whose lives Another Worth

the ocean from one key to another, and 3. From all sides come protests against the sistent with the financial safety are dedicated to a necessary 53-Pie.ceDinnerSet,

connecting Key West with the mainland alarming increase in public debt and tax bills- of the business. public service, which through .
Collectively! they and their years of perseverance and la : $20 Will Be Given Away This Week
cost $26,000.000, ha always been a tremendous genuine fear is expressed as to what a "soak the form ,
families bor have
a very! large they developed to
: liability to the railroad and now rich" tax program will do to American business! group of substantial citizens the present high standard of

finds at least forty miles of its trackage and family savings.It's who contribute in many ways quality and dependability.

destroyed with the necessity of completely a healthy sign when political and economic I to the the State.welfare Their and earnings support ate of These Company.SOUTHERN folks. are the Telephone : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. :

rebuilding it from the finances of a bank- questions are brought so close to the average American .

.rupt corporation. And if it is not rebuilt that he can see his place in the picture I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

what becomes of Key West, and the go- from the clerk in a grocery store to the headwaiter i .

"ernment's rehabilitation. project which in a leading hotel and the president of a BELL "Your home is worthy of the best"to

was to restore the pristine glory of a once great corporation. Their pocketbooks and constitutional Telephone and Telegraph Company ", ...

popular tourist report-Sanford Herald. rights have all been injured or .... ..............................
I mcoaroKATiB ............................... ...:
'.It will emerge more: glcrious than ever. threatened from the lowest to the highest. 4 ..I.I.I.I.I'.II,1..1r
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I WHITE BOX CARS .>..*...........*..*....,)! In 1928 Turkish citizens were I
I PEDDLE ART WORKIN CLASSIFIED t I revere forbidden penalties to wear the fez under


: retfo Commencement meant getting op I (By AiMrfatrd Preset
font Air lofkonort berk Artmort year saddened Coiicp* k1e for long before dawn ,to plunge knee- .'I PARIS, Sept. 16.-France's "roving' .......................

teas Jntt\ Carrvd. her farmrrroommate deep Into cool damp meadows of art installed in six FOR RENT
i* _rri<'4I. Wore,Judith' : gallery, ,
daisies. It meant sitting all mornIng -
eharmutf trotlter DavU fta
to been the hard of newly painted white box-cars<, is
prof Emtif. acctfttd. on porch Sophomore
= .
end ke,.became tua hat the to Carroll 1. family plantation Han making the daisies Into a chainto i I on its second annual tour of the ISIIED APARTMENT. Conveniences

*a. dtinpprartd into CkUa Emiyo b. carried that afternoon by )'ourslater ___u_ provinces I f -
-- --- 519 Elizabeth
take CJkarlott porches
for roommate. --- -- -- -
class. It meant realizing that I
rather agatntt her .w. CJhariott*It Three hundred artists I t
matt*." a and not at all the four years that had seemed an CUBS-GALLOP happy street. Apply 523.Southard STORE
4cr Ike sort too-tAcltrrtd of .ek7tic.,post.Chapter .kat hon iA eternity were half over when you ON TWO\ GAMES IN I.PICKED STARS j j IwaVed goodby to their "brain chi)-! street. eept41 r

felt that they had only begun. Com I dftn" as the traveling art salon i i r
If. :; mencement this year gave you pause. IN i ] -
CHASE LEAGUE pulled out of
Emily was feeling happy about ; SOCIAL PIRATES WIN i the Saint-Lazaire i, Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson -
LEARNS school this year; Just as she had felt i I I I station : 1001 Eaton street. Phone I I Daily Baseball ReturnsBy

THE arrangement well. 'after turned alt out Emily snr- vaguely afraid last year. There had CARDINALS LOSEWINDY I SUNDAY GAMES!j Created last year by Monsieur' 8791. sept -lmox
always been something too and
bad never known inch nn com promising gay LIGHTHOUSE DOWNS SERV- Leville, vice-president of the Confederation -: FOR SALE
evanescent for permanence about I
honesty as she encounteredin Judith and David: Ton sensed from ICEjCLUB AND LATTER DEFEATS !I of Intellectual Workers I -o--
Ch ilotte'. friends AU her life the beginning that keeping them CITY TRIBE: NOW TWO I WAGNER BaR BOYS SHUTOUT to help sell the canvases of indigent -: FOR SALE CHEAP-R. S. How
the bad accepter as true the precepts ADMINISTRATION COME IN AND GET THE
was as Impossible as imprisoning artists the ard Piano Apply Gaiti's Bar-
and dogmas of those in authority sunlight GAMES IN LEAD; DIZZY [::1- f I IN FIRST CONTEST1CATES' '(! traveling show RESULTS OF THE
ber Shop.
; these girls accepted nothing .. ------- had much success in small towns. sept4-6t
Charlotte different Charlottewas .
until they had proved It to their own of IN CARD-GIANT .. II STARS BLANKED IN! Many times at village railroad
satisfaction. temperamentally incapable ? (By JOVE) I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 LEAGUES0
letting yon down. Emily hadn't GAME In:the Army Barracks yesterday SECOND TILT I stations it was greeted by the sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.
Nothing escaped their scrutiny; hoped to have her next year: hadn'teven j i I -
morning} ,. the Social Diamondball I while town and a brass band. ang7
religion. government human relations
suggested IL The suggestion CIGARS CIGARETTES
They questioned not scorn she thought happily had come from I. (-'at to Tae Mfl...) I League played a doubleheader. In I I I Often the mayor would make aspeech. SECOND SOFT DRINKS
fully bat thoughtfully the (By ) for 50e.
validity Charlotte herself more than a month the first the ten '
NEW YORK game }
Sept. 16.-The !! I Ii The Artman Press ETC.
of all the stock phrases on which I : Two games were played at the Stimulated the ang7
ago. Chicago Cubs are now two full won from the Service team, 11 to !j by success of
she had been reared; duty responsibility Any plans for next !" Charlotte Navy Filed yesterday afternoon j "
year ; i the 1934 "white train thousands
in lead. i
the their
patriotism unselfish games They won 9. I II PRINTING-Quality Printing at
had asked. and both ended I II I of artists clamored for
with the I
twelfth losing { representation -
DelLI straight victory by defeat- The I i the Lowest Prices. The Art.
She had thought about It for several Service club defeated the I
ing the Dodgers 6 to 3, with Lee',!I I club being shutout. It was a''; this year, but only 300 of i man Press.
cant think of weeks. Not Is Jane aug7
yet goingto
; Administration unit in the sec- I the most needy-and
most talentedwere
lotto''would decide that does more get back next yearn in the box. The Windy City j I pitchers' day.In !'I -, -

to enlarge the ego of your fellow! Charlotte shook her head. "It's a Tribe are now two short of the I i ond contest, with a shutout score I the opening contest Wickers' chosen. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed I T

man than to be absolutely unselfish rotten shame too. with a flock .>f season's consecutive winning rec-, of 9.to 0, I and Baker I cards, $1.25. The Artman '
I held duel.
with him. Hr soon gets to be un will o'*the-wisps running around ord. The Cubs have only 11 more I I Score by innings: I I a pitchers' I Baron Joseph Lister, founder of Press. ang7
bearable.* worrying about whether they'll be games to play to complete the and Baker won out. He scored I I antiseptic surgery was born at
II I First Game I: the only run of the .in' the Upton Essex, in 1827. IQHire
Or again: Its grossly unfair of made to come back." schedule of 154 contests. game !1 I I WANTED
., ; s'Beacons R. H. E. [ fist frame by doubling to right
parents to remind children of their She had long since learned to understand For the third straight time 'the'' -
obligation. The parents are utterly Charlotte's radicalism. Being Giants defeated the Cards. Yesterday -j I .! 030 060 02-11 15 2 i; and scoring when Joe Navarro Alois Senefelder ((1771-1834)), WANTED-Second hand bicycle

elfish in wanting you; they want poor,or being very intimate with Hubbell let the Redbirds down. i{:Service .. 022 401 009 11 6 threw wide to second! in an effort Who invented lithography, was a in good condition. Apply at The

something to fuss over and show someone who was poor was a valuable 7 to 3. And for the second straight I I, Batteries: C. Stickney F. Stick-(:! to catch him. Bavarian actor and dramatist. Citizen Office. sept2-tf

their friends and carry on their experience. Everyone with time the New Yorkers beat vhef and C. Sands Ortega and i Baker allowed the Wagner Beer This
name; and yon'rt It. Ton la turn money should have the experience."I great Dizzy Dean who has pitched j ney ; boys but three hits and only five In the sixteenth century. Snrat HOUSE WANTED

do the same Uuu for your children was wondering" Charlotte said, in every game the Cards }ave [PowelL I runners reached first base-three was an important seaport and the Army Of

and that discharges the obligation." "If you wanted" to try it again With played the Giants in the pr sent,' I by safeties. one by a walk and ; chief commercial city of India. HOUSE 'TED-Couple., no

Emily; felt vaguely that there was me next year. series. Terry's men are now one Second Came i one by an error. Two reached I children, desire house of at least "Salesmen"THEY'RE
"I'd love
an answer to this. "Bat bow can we It.Emllr; said eagerly and half behind the Cardinals R. H. second and, only one got as far as with another fly to left by D. Na- 4 rooms, preferably unfurnished -
a _
"But games E.I I
know what's good for us as wen as you don't have to ask me. you third who was Domenech in the I varro he got as far as third. last of .
by the
do!" know. and three and a half away,,: Service ._.... 003 110 4-9 9 September.Are THE ADVER-
they I from ', Administration rfxth frame on a walk stolen I Gates was the only player on moving permanently to Key
Charlotte grfened. "I know: it, Chicago. f
"Perhaps we can't but the only base and wild the Star nine to reach that far. TISING COLUMNSof
a pitch.At West and will an
Cincinnati two from 000 000 0 2 occupy year
way Is to blunder ahead and learn child. If I didn't want to room with won games -
31 bat Rueda hit a double and Baker got a walk in the initial inning round if suited. Must be
rd have made the Boston Braves each Batteries and Powell
by trial and error. Otherwise we'll you my plans and by a one I r : Ortega ; convenient
Baker did the same in two tries. and Cates hit to short, who to business section.
j -
then told
I never' amount to a damn. you. run margin. The scores: 1 to 01 Rodriguez, Wickers and Rueda.
Emily wondered with a twinkle And so it was settled. "After I've and 7 to 6. i(i I In the field Sevilla, Artman fumbled the ball tae only run- fell particnlas in first letter.'I!

what Franees would hare said to had another year with you." Emily The Pittsburgh Pirates downed'' and John Navarro starred. ers to reach as far as first. Address Stephen C. Singleton!
this theory. had laughed maybe 111 be able to the Philadelphia: Phillies, 5 to 3. 'GIVES ROSTERS OF Score by innings: R. H. E. At bat. Capote; Hale and Bethel 2620 S. W. 24th Terrace Miami, The Key West

Under Charlotte's Influence she stand alone'Charlotte The Cleveland Indians swamped I Picked Stars- l each hit two safely in four Florida. septll-6tx

did better in her studies than she looked at her affection- Washington Senators SENIOR LOOP TENSBy 100 000 0-1 2 1 times up. Citizen

had done the year before. College to ately. "You can now. All you need day in their twin bill, :yester-I; Wagner Beer- In the field Capote Barcelo ROOMS

Charlotte was not simply a place Is a little practice. to 4 and 6 to 3. The Indians collected I 000 000 0-0 3 2 and Griffin for the Pirates and They'll take your messageto
where you passed creditably of Emily wondered suddenly if she 35 hits 22 runs. Washington I Batteries: Baker and I. Rod- Gates D. Navarro and Wickers for "THE .IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled every home in the city

course the four awkward years until would ever learn to stand alone committed six errors to Cleveland's : ( ; JOVE) i riguez; Wickers and Joe Navarro. the Stars played a good game. in price and location and SELL 'EM waresor
yon were ready to marry; it was if It Involved withstanding her I The following players are on Gopher made a wonderful catch running water. 128 N. E. 4th your

an intellectual adventure dearly mother. It wasn't so hard to hold The one.Yankees downed the Ti-. the three clubs composing the Se-I In the second game the Pirates that I can not skip by without street, Miami Fla. aug26-lmox services.
own In new situations and
bought and consequently highly ap- your conflicts new ; 8 to 7. However Detroit nior Diamondball League: with Joe (House) Casa in the box telling the fans.
preciated. as ttey arose but a lifelong gers
They had few classes habit of obedience was a millstone still has a lead of eight and a half Lopez-Ingraham, C. Gates, A. for four innings and Bethel the Score by innings: R. H. E. PIANO TUNING PHONE 51
a togetherand : Lunn, Sterling Kerr Albury tef! { three frames held the Gates Pirates _..__ 010 100 3-5 10 1
about neck.
Charlotte'. your
taking reaction was aston ,. games.The Athletics and White Sox divided Cates, Baker II. Gates. McCarthy.Gonzalez Stars scoreless and only one hit, Cates Stars 000 000 0-0 1 1 PIANO TUNER Lanreano Mo I The Citizen
Very gradually David receded LOOKING back upon It after a doubleheader. the Sox win- with C. Lunn as mana-'which was made by the great Bill Batteries: Casa Bethel and reno. Excellent piano for sal

from Emily's thoughts. As the it seemed to Emily that ning the opener 8 to 2 and losing i ger. Cates who smacked out a doubleto Griffin; Salinero and Joe Na cheap. 1018 Division street. 1

months went by the vivid outlines the last year with Charlotte was the the nightcap 7 to 5. Busy Bee-Griffin, Ward Bar left in the fourth inning and varro. ang26-lmox/

of his personality'dimmed. She even most satisfying of all her rears at The Boston Red Sox downed the celo. Hale, Castro, A. Acevedo,
--- ----- ------ --- ---- -- -- --
succeeded shortly after the Christ Ardmore.Her St. Louis Browns, 9 to 5. }l Acevedo Higgs, Bethel, :Ma-
holidays In about him senior year moved too swiftly chin Gonzalez
mas talking The summaries follow: Sweeting, Cerezo. O. -
to Charlotte. ; It lingered In her memory as a NATIONAL LEAGUEAt Alfonso with B. E. Brant-

They had gone to walk In the! series of brief vivid pictures Chicago RII.. E. ley as manager. -.

woods behind the college and had cinema divided Into Its component Brooklyn .._.._..._m__._... 361 I Firemen-Gabriel, L. Castro, J. '

dropped down to rest on a tallea! parts; but that second year with Chicago ..-...._......._..._.._. 680 Walker Brady Casa, 0. Vidal. C. FIRMS
log. The woods did something to! Charlotte had a quality of depth and
J. Salinero Molina
Garcia. Garcia. ,

Clark and Lopez
Batteries: ;
Charlotte softened the incisiveness: leisure that she had never found ,
of her nind. I elsewhere Lee and Hartnett. )I. Lopez with Theodore Al-

"I think." Charlotte said when She discovered that she had '1- bury as captain.
she had finished "that you're rather I lied herself definitely that year. At Pittsburgh! R. II. E. Any player released by a club: is

l:ety. A man like that would hare. with the Left Wing; but being Fran Philadelphia ...*._.- 380 free to join any other team on Who Rush To Give You ServicePatronize'ThemJOHN

been difficult to hold." ces Felton's daughter she managedto Pittsburgh m..__.___.v--_...'. 593 which, he desires to play. No aggregation I ,,.
She hadnt considered that viewpoint retain her sympathy and under Batteries: Jorgens, Xlulcahy can have more than 15.
"Whyf standing for those who worship the and Todd; Birkofer and Grace. players l I
"Because the competition Is so Cod of Things as They Are.
keen. Women always spoil a man She hoped fervently that Char !
of that type and his wife pays the lotte and aer friends would bring First Game LEAGUE JTANDINGSi C. PARK Star American Coffee ROSES TIFFS
penalty He gets the habit of being about their millennium but she At Cincinnati R. II. E.

charming, and her role is to sit out knew better than they that the Boston ...-..-..--..--..-..- 040 '"' i You'll find out how
la front of the footlights and ap Frances Feltona were entrenched in Cincinnati -... ,."" 142 AMERICAN LEAGUE ;'; it is when FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
good try
plaud. Besides, he was weak or he the seats of the mighty and that Batteries; Cantwell l and Spa I' Club- W. L. Pet. 328 SIMONTON ST. you

wouldn't hare run "away. possession was nine points of the hrer Derringer and Lombardi. DetroiS .......-...".__._.... 89 49 .645 the first cup Ib 25c. SPECIALTY

; New York .....__....... 80 57 .584 1101 Division Street

conlda't agree with an of that. law.One of the favorite topics, she re- Cleveland m_.._'_-_- 71 69 .507 PLUMBINGDURO LARGO tt 18c;
SHE David had seemed for membered. was Next Year Being a Second Game I Boston _m..........._... 71 70 .504 PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29 '
V. & S. Ib 15c.
so attractive a person singularly un Junior, she was one year removed At Cincinnati R. >H.jZ.! : Chicago ......-m..n__ 68 70 .493 ,
spoiled. And she sensed she from the distressing finality of Boston .---..---..-.-.......... 6 J ,% W :bingtoa .... .... 61 78 .439
Roasted in West
thought something other than cowardice senlorhood. but she enjoyed their Cincinnati __..__________ 7 13PI i' St. Louis .'...nuo ..__. 58 80- .420 PUMPS Key by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple Fancy

In his flight. But it the face discussion of the subject They were Batteries: Smith. Macfajden; Philadelphia n._._.... 55 80 .407 GroceriesPLUMBING
of existing facts, a defense of him all going to fork. partly from ne Hilcher and Mueller; Hollingsi. SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL
Nroaftt*hare seemed 81molt. faUioul. cessity. but more from inclination. worth and CampbelLAt NURSERY
'NATIONAL LEAGUE 512 Greene Street Complete Line ..Fresh
Emily realized guiltily that she
"Perhaps you're right she old
Club Wl-'L.: TctChicago '
slowly. hadn't given the matter a great deal .1 I I PHONE 348' Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables>>l
Charlotte looked keenly at her. of consideration; that she hadn't St Louis R. H.'E. '._.-.._.."'_.. 91 52 .636 PHONE 597

"After all. yor're an intensely feminine really thought beyond graduation New York ..._._ : ____ 7 16 1 St. Louis m..m 87 52 .626

type. I Is there anyone to take "But what do you do." Emily St. Louis ._...............,...... 390 New York ..._........._ 84 52 .618 j;
his placer asked"when you live in Elston. Ala Batteries: Hubbell and Man- Pittsburgh ..-.. ......._ 80 63 .5591 SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

She flushed "No one but Edwin. barns which has ten thousand people cuso: ; J. Dean, Walker and Davis. Brooklyn ......._...._. 61 76 .4451\ INSURANCE
-'Bat EdwinThafs rather re- ? You'd be surprised at the Cincinnati .......n._._. 63 80 .441 Jewfiik, 2 Ibs. 3Se

vealing. What's wrong with Edwin scarcity of available Jobs. Philadelphia ......._- 58 80 .420 Yellowtail l Steak, 2 Ib*. 3Sc THE KEY WEST A ,

?" "You go somewhere else," Charlotte AMERICAN First Game LEAGUE Boston .uo..n.-.-......_ 34 103 .246 Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 2S Office: 319 Dual Street -'
"Nothing. That's just the trouble. said promptly.
At R. II. E. Grouper, 2 Ibs. 25c
be hasn't a single redeeming vice. Emily was silent It was In moments Washington SUNDAY STARSubscription
He's the sort mother approves of. Ilk* this that she realized Cleveland ..._....._..._.....16 20 1 FRED CARBONELL Snapper, 2 Ib*. 2Sc

I Violently. that she would never quite see eye Washington ....-..-............ 4 12 Mutton Fish 2 Ibt 25c TELEPHONE NO. 1
"That's too bad. And I suppose to eye vlth them. There were o I Batteries: Hudlin and Phillips; WINNER OF CUPIn $2 Per Year

he's been faithful since childhood!" many Intangible fibres that bound Rodgers Linke Petti and Starr.SecoDd 51 FRESH SHRIMP Try Year Meals. At
How did you known you to the place that yon had always Large Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE-

Charlotte tucked the cocoon In her called home. And if the ties didn't Game the Sunday tennis matches Fresh Crab Meat Jo Ib use G5c PaperBusiness Dclmoiuco? Restaurant
sweater pocket exist for her there was no use In
At Washington R. IL E. played Dr. Freddie Oarbonell FREE ,PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
"Child the Edwins always are. pointing them out Office Citizen BadweUer Beer ........ lie
Cleveland _______.. 615: 0 defeated Ellis'Eng1and. '
After all," she added as she rose, Emily had learned one invaluable new city: champion,
"there are a great many worse lesson: that tLera are times when Washington .__m__ 381 6-8, 6-1. 6-4. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Gears Dialers. _

things." discussion is futile. BO matter how Batteries: Harder and Reenact; Ignacio Carbonell. vice presi- PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------ BOc, 75e. au SSe
-Tel.- Emily said 11011'11.I suppose good aa argument; you can offer. Russell Linke. Lanahan and Bol- dent of the tennis'club, presented -

there are." (pJlrig1lt. 1HS. by Marina Simt) ton. Carbonell with the cup as cham-
Emily, tomorrow. takes a fling AARON McCONNELL
Our is
Commencement again This time d o t -wit* a aaeittl "O." First Game WrapPRITCHARD

...---- "'- .- --.. At Philadelphia r. II. E. I Reiber; Tamnlis Murphy and 536 Fleouar. Street pod package JENNIE B.: DE BOER

Chicago _.._......_..__- 8 11 0 Dickey.At every
COUPLE MARRY mass when the church opens the Philadelphia -..__._._-t 291 I of FUNERAL HOME
flood-gates of grace in two bless Batteries: Tietje arid Sew ell; Boston R. IL Ise
Richards. St. Louis ._...__.._..._.... _.. I 5) 7 E.1 Watck lE
for and Turbeville, Caster and DlPuS.patJaetM -
THIS MORNINGThe ings imparted happiness Boston _n..n___..._..... 9 13 r Doetoe PRINTINGDONE
holiness: length of years for the Seeoa Game Batteries: Van Atta. Knott and Coartecr

spouses to see their childern to the I At Philadelphia R. H. E. Hemsley; Grove Rhodes and Fer- Q BY US NOTARY PUBLIC

fourth generation and eternal Chicago .___ ______ 511 0 relL EJtBALMERAatbalsae :
marriage of Thomas Milian bliss !in heaven, it is stated. 1 u WATCHMAKER JEWELER LICENSED
Philadelphia ......._.__ 7 13 1 I -THE-
".nd Elizabeth Manuel was solemnized The witnesses were Francisco! I and AND ENGRAVER
Batteries: Kennedy Wyatt
at the 7:30 mass this morning Castillo i Cecilia Whithead Thomas BENJAMIN LOPEZ Next MMTPRESSCitizen Service -
Shea; Leiber, Dietrich Caster and See Him For Your Wort'
by Rev. A. L. Maureau. S. J.. : Roberts and Geraldine Kelly. Richards.At FUNERAL HOME : I
in St. Mary's Stat of the Sea, There was a very large attend- Serving Key West I Bid*. LADY ATTENDANT
Catholic church.: Half Cent.ry Hearst 9 t* 12-1 t* Citizen OfficeONDAY.
All other ceremonies of matri-,I ance.The children of Mary sang and New York: R. H. E.JH.troit 24 Hoar Ambulance Service PHONE 51
mony in the Catholic church are Olrs. G. Roberts was the' organist. __.__._ 7 14 0 LiceateJ Eobalm.rPhone I I Opea Saturday Hi.... Ph... 548 Never Slep

classed as simple. The only column I New York ___.__ 8 15 1 135 Night 696-V .j e

rite of! marriage U at the nuptial] Subscribe. to The Citizen __ Batteries:'Sullivan, Hogsett and

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._.....:..: : : .. .Mrs.....Ernest..... ]Hemingway left Elijah..Cates....was...a..passenger.-.-.....on- ,TRUE CHRISTIANBy "! Dance In Friday Rites ANNOUNCEMENTSCITY I I location A nw or CaKforWM dMcevcvy iaw work requires whena

----------- - - - - - - - I Saturday for a visit with friendsin I the Florida Saturday night going -
(By ASMrlate Preaal mining efathn i* taken up.
Announcement Assn. To I :Miami. to Miami on business.
01 Marriage IP..T. Meeting ( R. H. RENBOW) It'* hard to get a shoe shine
I Mrs Willard It!. Albury. wife I 12. 1935 !
I of City Auditor Albury, and Mrs.A. )1h. John Lowe and daughter ........................ i at a public stand ia Belgradeon I,!' The tarpon, a fish allied to the
Nancy left herrings, reaches
'I Saturday night for a length ofseven
The marriage of Miss Lillian I West High School Parent- E. Sharpley, wife of Captain Miami to join Mr. Lowe who Since I first knew Copeland I Fridays because most of For Police Justice I' feet.
Mrs. II. Peak; Teacher Association will hold its 1 1I the local bar I was the bootblacks i. Yugoslavia'scapital ] I
of of
Murray, daughter Sharpley pilots,| summoned to that where he Johnson he has stood in my mindas T. S. CARO
of W. J. first meeting of the new school left I are Moslem dervishes, I I.
and granddaughter: I i Saturday night for Miami en is attached to the the personification of honesty I
Kemp, of Key West, to Charles year tomorrow afternoon at 3:15, route to Philadelphia for a stay of the Florida East export Coast division I cheerfulness, and the highest type I i I and Fridays are reserved for For Captain of Police : KEY WESTCOLONIAL
: Railway I their
Francis Atwater, son of )fr. and in the school auditorium, corner of several] weeks.. of a Christian. Although: religions exercises. 1 .
Mrs! At- White and United streets. A I Company ardent'l The chief of the dervishes, ROBERT J. LEWIS"Bobby" !I HOTEL
William Montgomery ]I I I ly religious he met saint [ ,
residents of large attendance is expected. Earl Hathaway left Saturday Shabau Bamihovitch. is
water pioneer ner with the same happy I
was aolefnnize'd 1 Room representatives held their night for Mjami I Mrs William Filer and son, 6 usually to be found at his In the Center of the Business
:august_ Jliami.1 and from there cheery word. I Subscribe!" to The Citizen.PALACE. '
Fort Lauderdale. I initial meeting last Thursday aft- will visit different parts of the; who were spendng a while with lie had great respect for the stand outside one of the city's i I and, Theater District
Attend ni.*ttelSride *- ernoon at the home of Mrs. Enrique country by motor. i. relatives, left Saturday for the law, but took no part in its makingor I finest hotel Wbile performing I
:j home in Miami\ the dance of the dervishes I Pint CIat_Fireproof-
Margaref'Atwatery sister>s 4f the j jbridegrorfhi i Henriquez. This meetingwas I enforcement. He was literal in / -
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and Jack House, closet:: largely attended and plans Harry Warren, cashier of the his belief in the separation: of I he pierces his cheeks Mary Eliis-Tullio Carminati Sensible-- Rates

personal.friend,oJ Mr. Atwater,;;' for the ensuing years were out- custom, house, left Saturday nighten I Misses Mary and Muriel] Morgan, Church and State, unlike many I with copper needles and -in- I, COFFEE
was best man. <*$" j I lined. route to Denver Colorado to daughters of Mr. and Mrs. F. followerers of other creeds who. licks red hot steeL PARIS IN SPRING

The newlyweds are at home tol 1] join Mrs. Warren who is spending -! Townsend Morgan\ left Saturday while professing belief in that There is no explaining/ Two Comedies Garage Elevator
their friends at 2028 S. W. Sixth Legion Circle I a vacation with her family. I|on the S. S. Florida for Miami en doctrine. would confine its appli- Bamshovitch said, why dervishes I
street, MIiamLJunior i I II j route to Philadelphia for a stay cation to Catholics, Jews, Unitarians /gravitate to shoe shin Matinee: 10-15c; Sight: 15-2Sc 1 I If Popular PricesHere's

Plans Meeting Mrs. Webster Russell and chil- .I I of two weeks with relatives and and{; perhaps Episcopalians.He I ing.
Club To I I dren who were spending a two I from there Miss\ Mary will go to I I was patriarchal] in his love - ,

I Wednesday, September 18, has I weeks vacation with relatives, returned -I I i Northampton to enter her junior I r and devotion to his family; and I "

Conduct Meeting been set for the next meeting of I Saturday night on the ; year at Smith's college. Miss\ I I, his childrens] love for, and devo- .'

i the American Legion Auxiliary to Florida to Miami. j jHelio Muriel] will return to Key West. tion to him are alike evidence of i LONDON POSTMEN'SLOT

Members of the Junior Worn ''be held in the home of President their observance of the admoni- VERY UNHAPPY

an's Club have arranged another 1 i: Mrs. J. G. Piodela on Fleming Renedo left Saturday } Miss Rose :Mary Saunders left tion "Honor thy father and thy

of their delightful Friday afternoon -i I i street. night for Miami after a visit ui: Saturday night for Miami where mother," and of his worthiness of
social] meetings for Friday As there are a number of mat- several] days with his family. ji j she will] spend a while with relatives ] their "honor." LONDON
t Sept. 16It looks
this I I to be dis- and West from the I
of week. ters of importance friends. He came to Key
1 I ;
The meeting will as usual be:: cussed at this meeting it isj I i J. -Maddox, private BatteryI I Bahamas in 1873 when only 15 as though London's postmen never -

held at the rooms of the Key West earnestly urged by the president B. 265th Regiment C. A. Cry left Mrs. R. Johnson and children years of ape: and soon won the esteem -:I will be satisfied with their uni-

Woman's Club, on Division street. :, that all members be present at 41) Saturday ,night. .y for, :Miami. Edna. Laura, Doris, Joseph and and respect of the people of forms.

?hour for assembly is 5 o'clock.' o'clock. I II T" I I Leo, who were in Key West .visit Key West which, he retained to Some time ago the shape of the
William Freeman'/ of thejfcolilections ing with relatives left' Saturdaynight the end. I hat, which was rather like an inverted -
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.I department. First National !!. In 1884 he married Miss Martha cO.1l; ]- huttle, was alteredto
........................ I ..........:............ ; Bank left last Saturday night'on '! for Miami.pn the Steamship Florida Curry, a native daughter! ; of Key that of an ordinary chauffeur's -

iflOWDY\ KEY WEST!1', the S. S. Florida for a vacation '!'e'" I' West. For over fifty-one years,' I cap. The uniform also was revised -

THE PROMENADELaotze : I in :Miami. I'I *%. R. Boyd, chief clerk of the I they were inseparable: ] companions,- I and cut to a different pat-
and their mutual] devoted was a er. '
.,...................... railway" mail service in Florida, I' t
Russell the' ] of marital]
Willard U.? S.l l
By RED KERCE of who was in Key West for a conference beautiful example The latest com; int, made ata

said that everything ........................ immigration border patrol, who relative to an increase of I I love J meeting of the National asso- iw&ilW42Fn I
was recently ordered transferred "Slowly] the hill they ramble. ciation of is that the
could]_ be observed without ]leavingone's Times be I 1 the mail service to Key West, up postmen,
equally desperate to Miami left Saturday on the left All absorbed in love's first material used in the new uniforms
own doorstep. It would be everywhere. Out in Colorado Saturday night on the Flor- *
i Florida] accompanied by his charm. absorbs water and dust 10the
foolish I ida, for Miami\ en route to Jack-
to dispute such of citizens has
a profound Springs a group I family.! sonville headquarters. To the very top they ramble words of one of the speakers "In a shingle that's as fireproof as stone. Put it in
man but, at the same time, nothing more to do than search I I II Arm in arm. the old davs the postman looked the fire, it won't burn. Cover your building with it and

:we firmly maintain that no more for a missing scientist. : Frank Guito. who was spendinghis smart, if peculiar. Now he looks your roof worries are over. It will last as long as the

can be seen from a Chinese door- i vacation with his family, left: Charlie Tift left Saturday nighton I Slowly down the hill they wander peculiar[ and not smart!" building. Surprisingly inexpensive too, as compared with

way than from a doorway at one Haile Selassie, Conquering Lion I Saturday night for his return to.I will]a return business visitto Miami and !Thrilled with life and love's long An application is being madeto any of deep permanent shadow roofing lines and material.weathered Makes appearance.a beautiful Carey-roof

of the of Judah, informs the world that :Atlanta where he will resume his later in the week. i charm. the post office department for stone Shingles are fabricated from asbestos and cement
local I
popular: stores. he intends to run Ethiopia in his ;studies at Southern Dental Col] I To the very base they wander. an improvement in the quality in three styles which may be used singly or in combination
Upon this flimsy pretext a I j own way. 0, king of kings, tell us lege. Mrs.\ Albert Shultz and Misses Arm in arm." and pattern of the uniform. giving wide latitude for roof individuality.Come .

column. then why isn't there some way to Cuca Coto left Saturday afternoon And so they went "arm in in see samples and get our prices.

I run Mussolini out without pouring Mrs. II. C. Galey, wife of Dr. for Havana after visiting : arm," to the bottom of the hill. SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.

Amateur night at Bayview Park I': oil on troubled waters Galey] and daughter :Miss! Ruth with relatives in Key West. I and stood "arm in arm" before PHONE 598 White & Eliza Sis.
Rose, left Saturday night for I the throne of God when their ]lives
was and entertainingas "Your Home Is Worthy Of The Best"ee.eee
as popular visit Attorney Abe Aronovitz who out in the hurricane that devastated -
I I A million dollars worth of gum I Philadelphia where they will I went A ROAD HOG
Vic Larsen works well
ever. is chewed in the United States; with the doctor's family and from'j was on a brief visit with h\-\ Mtecumbe on September -
with the kids and they are surprisingly 'i every week, observes a statist-! )!!there go to Staunton, Va.. where II I, father who is ill. and other relatives 2, 1935.
good. Olga Ramos ap-I I : left Saturday night for his RUNS BY -
dan, who hadn't thought to fur- Miss Ruth Rose will resume herj
stole the show but the
parently ther exert and exhaust himself by studies at Mary Baldwin College,) home in Miami. There are 18 cities and townsin
column was rather partial to )la- I Mrs. the United States named Union. STOP LIGHTS.
estimating the number of yards of Galey returning home. iI
rian Solano's rhumla and Bob'Pinders ,
Miss Sylvia DuBreuil
cloth involved in rag chewing.It I was a passenger -
arrangement of the "Doll I i ing Kathleen's works has been on the Florida Saturday SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKSPERMANENT -- -- --

Dance. Ii j limited frequetly to being bored. night returning to her home in .e..sea.................................
But from a more serious point looks now as if the New Deal I Miami. -on-

of view, the outstanding event of i I will become a permanent gamble. At times we've found it extremely WAVESTwo FOR SALE

the evening was John Bennettej' sensible to think twice before Mrs. Raul] Carbonell left Satur Permanent $5.00

singing "Amapola" and his duet'i "Nothing will ever take the; we speak, and then continue, day night for Miami for a"visitwith for
with KmHio Blanco. Unfortunately place of hard work" a writer de- thinking. j relatives. Better Waves $S.OO a.d .p

a few moderns (we are always ]- :' clares who certainly didn't exert MRS. MILLER .

polite) with an expressed unusual originality in making the Still this nation might run a I Miss Florence Crusoe left Saturday Ocean View Apt. 1 Pboa 574-J 0 ; fir' : J /. .; '

preference for hooten-totten did statement little smoother if politicians for a stay with relativesand 3rh, : : I Ir i
i i1oLr. C '." TtmCO NOTIOMAl. OAO .(DO.Tt :t,:; ',\ k. '., < -rf .
not enjoy it. j weren't lubricated with banana) friends in Miami. \1tt1ttlffffl// ; 1,

Bennette's singing is one of j The Death Sentence bill seems oil I A /good business man sees that ;. A.., "' 1

Ky. West's greatest and least appreciated to have placed quite a few on the; l Years ago the making of guns SPEND / his Printed Forms are of a :0'

assets. Wrigley's Cata- spot.- j Rattlesnake are becoming! entirely by hand was one of the quality he's not ashamed of. .
lina Island off California, was chief industries YOURVACATION? I
al j rathetame.. More so every day.! of Guilford county I

white elephant until "A iolon"] !, Two-thirds of the human race;I We had feared that before ]long. N. C. I We solicit on a QUALITY 1 l I Ia

made! it popular. Proving that would pilfer if not afraid of detection -' they would decide that all the': 1 PRICE and SERVICE basis.THE .

one good song about a town is rest of the world didn't have MONROE 1//
and punshment, according any THEATER : 1 wt;
worth million words.
printed StsfAI
a to a recent statement by Kathleen;i more sense than some of those' Claudette Colbert inCLE0PATRA 1 Isfu/
Also, winter visitors can hear Norris. Maybe that's true, although ].' preachers. }I j FLORIDA"Make THE CITIZEN BLDG.
better home than can' ,
jazz at we r
our punishment for pilfer-
ever hope to give them. Our forte j At an unemployed moment we' Also News Scenes Reel of Storm torgoorHEAlTH!1 \ Jsek..avllle'. Lending tl.tet"

is the more romantic Cuban or ; are wondering from which end ,. s
Mexican song. Not the hot rhum- [ keys are more lonely than ever. they the that is'; Matinee: Balcony IOcj OreL .. THE SEMINOLE
are milking cow
bas, though. Could George Mills Now they have no fronds. supposed to give "the milk of hu-i.J Ira; I5-20c; Night 15-25c l /i/II1II1II1"r..r.l' '\\\

White write a good Key West I! Hush! kindness." 'I
; man ----- -
waltz? With no propaganda_ in the'I Is the government going: to pave l,

lyrics? Mr. Bennette could sing'it the railroad to Key: West? I Making the first = i.6'.I'AfT..I'.Ar.l'I..I'.I"II.I".I.i ''
payment isi F >,tl.rtl
and a little gentle: pressure from I To i ryi
; Be Consistent I just!" a down payment on trouble.aptly .
the ]lovely FERA would ensue a :!;: We should really that remarks a
Imbibing J. Min
say Ayer, ver- 1'rxs
recording. j S : too much! beer makes one I] satile editor of the Trenton JournaL 1 ?
Incident/! Mr. Moreno the accompanist drench: )I i Your Paper Pay ; +r.

makes his own guitars. : _
his' -- -- -- --- -
The tired business man likes -

Roney Plaza which we haven't got i j If 11 IS, .. ., JarkMBtlllr. Florida a5 6 r .d

but there is a type that goes Tour-1 I ftf i 5 You Dividends! | CIIA!!!. B.,.HI\ER: MMacerA. iT.I1 :

ist to Europe in the summer and I)1 I'I i I human, home-like Institution
enjoys prowling in the back 1'Gt. + i ii I where yon will find your t4tHmmrraf
streets. To them Miami Beach is i .rt sad rmtrnmlmmmtmt a mat
I i \ ter of great itnportaacs.A Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-
merely a painted backdrop. They ( I'-.Vnri'
I I It' --
want the picturesque real thing. 1 ; : r I \ Money Saving Prices \ steel fire.r_t .n.'alC legated head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view

Perhaps a picture in the northern 1t' fa the Start ., 'ke elty of the sea and overlooking Coral Park-
papers of A Key West Guitar Maker -o- -
At Work would bring some ICE Every Room with Combination Tab For price and terms apply to
\ and Shower Bath Radio. Electric
here. I U SE 1 Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers \ Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer
Ventilation. Comfortable Beds with
closely for special savings on your f|\ Mattresses of Inner Spring Con. L ARTMAN.
Echoes f trnctlon and Individual Read
"When the National] Guards % household necessities. Make your paper pay you lag: Lamp I ,, .. .0 The Citizen Officeor' 1C

were here -- ? ?t1t1 LASTS LONGER! W dividends. The most interesting news in the |? i RATES Sing
Since the storm the isolated { d dI W paper today is the advertising. where you can v 78! n__.. Private Bath _, .!...
I He R*.... Private Bath 2.M
: \ th ICE REFRIGERATORS save many dollars on the family budget by 4* R_.. Private Bath a... Residence 1309 Whitehead Street
:4 RM. Private Bath a.a
Get Rid ofI'alaria I Made of all metal-equip patronizing those merchants who advertise their I'' I. Sample R..r.. Private, a Bah 4..e
'1 ped with WATER COOLERS vI I I1i occur AS CT ee0.eeeeeeeeee.e00...o..0..0..0..0.........

I E They're Economical --

((1b 100 Per Cent Refrigeration k t. OF LIVING DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF EVERY- I

Banish Chills and Fever! I Satisfaction I BODY'S PURSE. .flofydwinllejJon

I I 't be .
To conquer Malaria,you must do two I Priced at ;
thine (1) Destroy the insertion in the I ,
blood. (1) Build up the blood to overcome I A merchant who advertises his prices / -
the effects and to fortify aeaimt 30 35'i I ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
charged a customer 20 cents for an article that a ,
further attack.There is one medicine!that and
don these two things and that is Grove's non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for. i a To RC the original Davis 100% Par Paint
Tasteless<< Chill Tonic'! The tasteless quinine :c\ Ee sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. '
EASY TERMS-10 DAYS Why this big difference? I taut Iasi!
in Grove's Tameless<< Chill Tonic destroys I I look for Davis 100% Pare Paint has "ofU: sun iuoae
the malarial infection in the blood I FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S t I a eALr imrutci.but never plicated. _"""'
while the iron builds up the blood. Thousands I 1 this Label -
Davis 10%; Pure Paint conform with = :
: ::
oi people have conquered Malaria; ICE CO.I" By patronizing the merchants who present
:. an Law and if .--
with the aid of Groves Tasteless<< Chill I In: pare punt the only paint :::
Tonic In addition to being a noted remedy 1))'! --INC I their prices frankly and openly each week you IIU''PUJ9I ,that Carrie a turanue of parity.; :::=-.::"

for Malaria, it is also; an excellent I help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT PAINT r.
tonic of general use. Grove's Ta.-tecs<
Chill Tonic pleasant to tale and con :: i1 's OF KEY WEST. 1! ...."w--wnb my whsr rams bWuhdmer.faw.lar...... 7rJLh..:_
tains nothing harmful. Even children like .... ...
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it and take it safely. For sale
they<< can .
by all drug stores. Now two sizes..-SOc O Make your dividends THEIiEDAVISCa & l89II BALTIMOHEMn
and Jl. The $1 size contains 2Yi times as paper pay you I

much as the SOc size and fives- you 25% G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William StreetsI

more for your money. .I'I'.I'AT.I'.I'.I'.II''I'I'''' .


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