The Key West citizen
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00301
 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 17, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00301
 Related Items
Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

Full Text
#- .. .
.-... .. ."T- .

Aisociated!< Press: Day Wire Key W..*. Florida, has thf

For 55 Years Service.Devoted to the Utb Jg: iW t5.t (Cttttfl t most country et Wl- -- .. age the

of theft
Best Interests of Key West range <

'- -



Hugo Black Ashh;md's "Courthouse_ II STORM- REFUGEE ETHIOPIA AN OLD STYLE MONARCHY; [Abyssinia Ethiopia's Province Of Plenty


Pest" Pesters W;ast i n Lobbying ABOUTDISASTER Ii i Shown As Bountiful In Natural Resources

.. By CHARLES NORMAN i immersion in the nearest stream I Ii

4 (Associated Press Staff Writer) and circumcision. The Gallas area : .
l The is an old- --- -
VIIIIIIII Ethiopian empire
; i pastoral people.
Chairman Of Investigating
'III 4"
OVER FIVE INCHES i fahioDed t absolute monarchy,I The Ethiopians are not nos- RAFAEL RA 10SSENTENCED .I'.I".I'.A Region Described As Para-

Committee Smiles EXCELLENT TREATMENT r Monaries, however, and do not

OF RAINFALL HERE ACCORDED GROUP FOLLOWING whose provincial chieftaiaacalli -j welcome the emissaries of other TO CONSTITUTION DAY: dise From Which Many-

Innocently And Wit-. i "Cejasmatches" or generals,f sects. Moslems, Jews and others Constitution
During the heavy raiafallin HURRICANE Day, September Needful
In War
: colorful.. i in their headdress of lion: practice their religion without TWENTY\ YEARS 17 (Today) is being generally Things
nesses SquirmBy Key West yesterday, the molestation. observed i in Key West

I weather bureau report shows manes-wield great local power.A Ethiopia's New Year's Day falls with the display of flags, Can Be Obtained <

that the precipitation George F. Sweeting, one of the marking this outstanding
was roads DM to be built. A member Jon September Jl.
SIGRID ARNE 5.03 inches in a period of less survivors of the recent hurricaneon Many Races CONVICTED ON CHARO.S OF event in the history of the

fur AMOrlale Pr..) than five hours. the Florida Keys, called at of the royal family picks upa Abyssinia; comprising onethirdof ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO United States of A nerca. By CHARLES NORMAN

WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-ID This rainfall The Citizen office this morning, stone. Courtiers follow his example Ethiopia's territory, comes from The schools and various (Associated Press Staff Writer)
was excessively the ancient "Ua\>esh," meaning a COMMIT MURDER; TRIEDIN other organi.'atio are observing The shadow or Italy's African
Ashland, Ala, some elderly attorneys and related a story of the treat-
heavy, being the greatest The local chieftains fall "mixture," because so many races the occasion with ap
himself and CRIMINAL COURT legions lies "the finest
ment accorded a across
recorded here since have to form the propriate exercises.
are exchanging a few grinning August I' joined popula-
of others who were first in line. Soon thousands of Ethiopian The records show that the
18, 1926, when a pre- tion.The piece of unappropriated real as.
"I told you .0'." about the taken from Plantation Key by males transportingstones races of the country represent Constitution of the United
cipitation of 8.32 inches are
was of Rafael Ramos was today in States adopted in the tate on the international horizon"
'taken a multiplicity languages was
little tuning-faced Hugo Black Captain Thos. Felton and
recorded, G. S. Ken ,
states removing boulders, and and dialects. Old Ethiopian manu- I criminal court sentenced by Judge year 1787, just 148 years ago, That .
to Tavernier where they were immediately is th designation given
they knew years ago as a persist nedy, meteorologist at the scripts are full of traditional tales J. Vining Harris to serve 20 years and the entire nation is today
given food and provided the road begins to take shape. I
local station. I [ and folk lore which have not reached -I at hard labor in Florida State participating in its observ Abyssinia, the largest and most
eat but amusing !little pelt. II with other necessities, including I
I larfd which Haile Selas- the civilized world because of '
clothing and other needs. The over prison at Raiford, following his fertile. portion of Ethiopia, by
Summer vacations found him -1'1'.111111..1 Mr. Sweeting states that the sie reigns as King of Kings com-: the total l lack of printing presses. ante.mmm
'I I' conviction on a, charge of assault
Red Cross dispatched a numberof prises some :3,500,000: Abyssiniansand Much Ethiopian literature, jealously Wilfred H. Osgood. curator of
constantly tinder heel at the. red SCIIEDULEFOR automobiles to Tavernier for 6,000.000 Gallas. The rest f pf> guarded by the priesthood. with intent to commit murder in

estimated .' is based ancient miracles that the first zoology Field Museum, Chicago.It .
the pop'jiition, variously ;; on *
brick court house. He was one of the purpose of taking the refugeesto MANY PLAN TO
at around 000.000, are befell the country's saints. One The jury which heard the case
Homestead, and provided for I I i ia, a eawatry twt abound in
SHIPS CHANGED: tribes )Mene- is the "Kebra ::agast. another
nine orphan living with aunts after Danakils and Somals.
other Solicitor Allan
them in argument by County -
many ways lik: II conquered and subdued. I "The :Miracles of the Virgin." VISIT KEY WEST livestock e trmat d to numl!>t'l'>

and uncles. He sat in the court. needs.ascertaining their immediate 'Lest Worse BefalL : Marriage and divorce laws are I.,.1 B. Cleare, Jr. and the charge millions; cattle, sheep, goats and

j The religion! house absorbed as case were P. & WILL LEAVE He stated that upon arrival at COMING WINTER I cap
O.\BOATS Homestead, the contingent was pire is Coptic Christian Itis said forms a powerful group which I't die Albury, Sr., Joseph Tift. Henry able of being converted into one

tried. He cornered attorneys to EARLIER IN MORNINGSENROUTE taken to the school house, where, when Menciik conquered the Gal-'helps administer the laws. Thereare I Johnson, Peter Matcovitch, vast granary, said another ob
las, the inhabitants had to become no lawyers and the Mosaic '
fine beds were provided for-deep-j Clarence Key and Jefferson Saw-
ask "What ? He Lerwor-
TO CUBA Christians "lest worse befall code of "an eye for an eye" underlies I I' MISS ILEEN WILLIAMS IN RE- server.
ing, with lots to eat and _
shipped. He dug through law coupled with the best of treat- them." The process was ,I[ judicial decisions. ,,yer. The entire surface of Abyssinia:
ment by the Red Cross unit and,) --- _. ---. 1 1! Ramos was arrested August 27 II *shows traces of past volcanic up
books instead of playing base. Changes will be noted in the I on a charge; of breaking and en- RESIDENTS OF NORTH
the residents of Homestead. swiftI heavals. Now moot of the crate i
schedule of sailings of the !I : tering vrith intent to commit
balL regular On leaving Homestead, the WILL'S HOME WALTER MARKSDIEDMONDAY a ABOUT PROPOSED TRIP, shells are filled with the water of

P. and O. S. S. company vessels refugees proceeded to Miami, felony and the charge of assault; the
Now crowds wait in the senate I country's extensive lake -p.
from Key West to Havana, all where they were quartered in' with intent to commit murder.On .
office building to hear Senator one of the hotels, and given every': LIKED DESIGNATIONCLAREMORE tem.
the the he
vessels leaving this port for I night previous attempted Hurricanes will not interfere
I Mach Gold And Silver
of Ala- attention possible.
Hugo Black. Democrat
to break into place of
Havana desination at 8:30 o'clockin I a
whichare At Miami arrangements were with people coming to Key West Iron and cal fend
bama, direct the questions I I {ur-iness on Petronia street. During are eVt'I'Yi'bere. -
the morning instead of 1030. made for their to FUNERAL SEKVIC2S:: WILL BE I after October the hurricane
piecing together a picture of RESIDENTS HOPi i his operations he was inter as Geld M waded from the

the jig-saw puzzle of lobbying in, Sailings covered by this bched- Key West on the Steamship FlorIda ; CONDUCTED TOMORROW'' : rupted by Albert: Gwynn, watch- season is so well defined, writes I sand of mountain __IBII. GodJamis
Washington Black is chairman; ule are those of the Steamship and were given every atten- ED HE WOULD EVENTUALLY I in )
man section! He fired at AL E. Brock, of Hackettctown, N. rich in silver
of the senate's lobby investigation. -:! tion while on board the vesseL AFTERNOON:: I saltpeter, sulphur
Cuba on Wednesday Saturday! COME BACK THERE iwynn who returned the shots J., to Mia Been Williams, of the
Mr. Sweeting states that the and copper depwits. Rock salt i is
and those of the S. S. Florida and slightly wounded Ramos in .
'I on t housing department of the
Smiles Innocently group feels very grateful to the the cheek and nose Key quarried in TattaU. Cotton and
Tuesday and Friday of each week. Cross the residents of Taver- West '
Red I Administration.
He looks much like the shining-
faced boy who tagged the lawyers nier, other Homestead section, Miami where and CLAREMORE, Okla, Sept. 17. o'clock yesterday morning in the' Camero traced the movements Asking foe information ..., to springs a.*B..

he..sdmise4-atlhouRh.. he is TO .DETAIN.TURKS were every accorded such excellent they ..Will Rogers't home town was'al- Marine hospital. Funeral" services of-Ramos, located him.aftd when .the,highway-wiifHxkvpfen' .t.1 f 1 Aby*tfc 1 fr piVa farmers
49 old nftw. He still is persistent "T, the revolver which he, Ramos, had travel: Mr. Back states that he
years IN TAKING CENSUS treatment. ) ways proud of iU designation. will be held 4:30 o'clock tomor rsed, made the arrest. and took paradise. I
and-judging from the Those making up the party row afternoon from the Pritchard and his family planned on leaving I I Perpetual weather
People of always the prisoner to the county jail spring reigns
squirming of some witnesses be- I Funeral Home chapel Rev. Shuler rew?
(Ely Aiwrlaled Press) were: j their Jersey home for Key in
of I hoped he would eventually come where he remained until his trial ,, many locsrtities. and in these
fore him-still something a Methoilist \
Peele of Street -
ISTANBUL, Sept. 17.-The Pat Russell and wife, Harry and will remain until taken to West in early October. i!
Parker John Russell.1' back among them and make a church, officiating.The crops are numerous and abundant.
pestHe bird Sunday in October is going : and wife Raiford.i The New booster's '
smiles innocently as he his I Jersey Every agricultural product can be
Randl'Adams home of Oologah
wife and two children; permanent deceased \ ill be remembered '
brings out of a witness the large to be a dull day for Turkey's mil in Raiford is familiar to the convicted ter reads in part; "Friends of: raised with ease with the asMstance -
wife and four children;! ranch near here. In the last few by hundreds of persons he five
man as was years '
salary he is paid for representinga lions. For October 20 has been Cleveland Lowe, wife and child j I Key West, as he had made his ours who expect to go down have of a bountiful nature, and
years, records show, he had been ago sentenced by Judge Harris to two and three of wheat.
lie chewsan
utility company here. I designated as the day for countingnoses and brother-n-law; Josephine] home here for the last two years. five in the prison followinghis bought a new modern trailer and crops
he talks. acquiring additional acreage near years barley and maize often harvested
unlighted cigar as and except for officials and Cates and son, Harold Knowlesj I His figure, of more than ordin- conviction on charge of I we likewise have bought one 'of, arc
His eyes sparkle and the more difficult I his, ranch. lIe kept his farm in I (I in a year.
inhabitants of and brother, Bradley Sweeting,1George ary large proportions, vas a familiar -I the largest one's completely equip
police on duty, no ( breaking and entering. lie served -
witness.becomes the I i Only one specie of livestock is
a more F. Albert good shape at all times. I' he slowly made his
Turkey will be allowed to leave one as 'I his sentenca except time allowed ped and other friends of ours may the .
Black to it. conspicuously
seems enjoy I Thompson and wife, and Theodore Friends of the famous humorist I nay along; the streets on crutches I for good behavior and returned be induced to go to Key West with among missing
When witness becomes ad- his home that day. The Ethiopian, Coptic Christians
a Pent and wife.ALBERTO. had visions of his creating a show the use of which was made necessary to Y.eyVest I last year. ther boat, a 35 foot yacht, so we
dicted to the "I don't remember since about 300 after the
answer About years
50,000 government em. place where prominent persons I by injuries received some Before the case of Ramos was will probably make up quite a
," Black pounds I i I death of Christ:, do not eat pork..
away; ployees will be used to take the CAMEROENTERS 'from all over the world would be I years ago while on a ship in the taken up, that of Officer Alberto party. I!I
"Who did in the din- Terrain Rough
you" say was I census, the second ever made in entertained. He opposed construc- China seas.Despite JJamero, charged with driving an "We will probably stay in Key,
I like hot dishes
talk I They
"What did ,
ner party you I tion of the Grand river dam, federal -j! his injuries and subsequent automobile withott a license was I West until May when we expectto peppery
about?" "Well, what did 'A country. and raw meat, which is considered
say RACE FOR project proposed: for this section disability, he had a pleasant I disposed of. It was establishedthat go to California to visit a son,.I
to 'B'? "Now this dinner was I The government plans to com- I ,'I' and smile cf happniess for all a great delicacy.:
because it would have inundated the officer had borrowed the who has just graduated from Annapolis -
only 24 hours ago. Can't you re-, plete the count in a single day.I some of his land. i whom he met and enjoyed chatting car, had later secured a license I I and is now an officer on I Between Eritrea and Italian
member what happened" "Letme POLICE CAPTAIN! :i with his friends. I 'i I: Somaliland and the Ethiopian
It gave out the stay-at-home order He had a way of returning here many and the court adjudged the defendant the U. S. S. Pensacola.
see, what did you say your I' I!I Mr" Marks is survived by three !I highlands lie vast, waterier
to from time to time unannounced, not guilty and dismissed the I Il I From Tyrone, Pa" and Washington -
salary isr'Questions prevent duplication or ---- !II!alighting at the airport named for 1 i I! ?sons Austin Marks, of' San Diego,I case. I D. C., came letters today I t I plateaux covered with grass and

Large Salaries misses. I CANDIDATE OFFERING FOR]: him. The leading hotel here also :! Calif.; Walter Marks, Jr. of Camden -l to the housing department frt+fq I scrub. growth*-an uninviting

Black's questions; stay persistently -' I was named after him and tt night i I N. J., and Lester Marks who TO former winter visitors who ire I r wasteland through which invading
'" CITY POSITION HAS BEEN with his father at the time of DR. GALEY this 1 soldiers would have to pa,>, .
after the matter of large!'DR. COBO ENTERS i his name in electric lights could I! was planning on returning again The
I mountainous terrain of thu
salaries and bonuses. He- hAS: MEMBER OF POLICE FORCE;' be seen from afar. j l his passing; one sister. Mrs. coming season. Both writers' it- I

been against them for' "years. ''I On his visits here he took delight I I George S. White of Meriden JOIN IN RACE pressed their pleasure that tile interior represents seemingly Insurmountable -

When the first RFC act was1 passed COUNCILMAN RACE FOR MANY YEARS i,I in hobnobbing with old cronies.I'I Oonn., and one brother, Austin hurricane did no damage to Key] obstacles, and there
I few cities which offer effective
he proposed an amendment'at'' \ I Everyone knew him, and he had a.f, Marks. Rockland. Mass. West -

tempting to' limit salaries in 'companies II I I! good word for everyone. lIe was l I Ii i I Mr. Marks was a member of B. FORMAYORSHIP targets for artillery or air

borrowing from the gov- MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY The announcement of Alberto proud i of the fact that his great- !! II. McCalla\ Camp. IIo. 5, Spanish DONATIONs" I raids. Addis Ababa, the capital) ;
!i which 'MORE\ Harrar, center of Emperor HalleSelauie'
!!! War Veterans members of rf
ernment 917,500.. The amend Camero for the position of Cap-, grandmother was a full-blooded !
ment failed. Since then he has IN COLUMNS OF THE I tain of Police appears in this issue 'I I' Cherokee. will attend the services NUMEROUS FRIENDS PREDICT I I own province, and DirI -
i j Dawa are the only town of
raised the ante to $50,000, and! of The Citizen. In making I, FOR RED CROSS i any
considerable size. The
then to $100,000. But still with- his announcement, Mr. Camero I I ANNOUNCEDEATH l! CUBA TRANSPORTS : that make Abyssinia proper

out success. I wishes to call to the attention of RUN IN COMING
I I: a turreted castle of a country of-
lIe was a fighting friend to the voters of Key West his past I'
this issue The Citizen will 1----1 fer slight opportunities for landing
He the 30- 65 PASSENGERSSteamship ELECTIONIn i f i
TVA. championed services in the employ of the OF LOTTIE FILER I planes or for their take-off.
hour week lie can't see "any- be read the announcement of Dr. I I II I
city.For ---- I I raised by Red Cross for the
thing glamorous in war" although : Armando CODa as candidate for eight and one-half years then I

he was a captain in field ar- i city councilman in the election of he has been a popular and -efficient DECEASED RESIDED IN KEY: Cuba arrived yesterday this issue of The Citizen Dr. I I Keys.rtorm sufferers on the Florida SCHOOL PROGRAMHFsREIORROW

tillery. i November.For member of the city police'I afternoon from Cuba with 10 Harry C. Galey makes his announcement I II
The donations to date follow
"All we ever need to stop 1! the past several months a force, serving as motorcycle I WEST BEFORE REMOVING first and four second class passengers for the office of

abuses" he says "is an informed I'! group of the doctor's friends! have patrol officer with the exceptionof for Key West. 49 fiist and I mayor of Key West; and leave,I : 'I \
I '1 Previously acknowledged $38.00
public.." j been discussing with him the elec- several months during which TO MIAMIAnnouncement two second dass passengers foi his election in the hands of hv t'I ,
I I Stephen Lowe u...._..___._... 5.00 "
tion and urging him to make the time he acted as captain of po Tampa. The ship sailed 6:30 many friends. 'I
I Mrs. Stephen Lowe ........ 5.00 I
JAPAN'S CONTROL race, he told The Citizen today,: lice. The record of Mi". Camero II with 65 passengers for Tampa. I Discussing his announcement. A Friend ._...._.n............ 1.00 The members of the :Senior'
I I and he at last decided to agree' during his service as an officer was received in Steamship Florida arrived this.. tbe doctor said that to make any, John A. Taylor, Wisconsin 2.00 High School have arranged a program .

CLOSES COIJ.EGESI and enter the race. speaks for itself and is known by ,Key West today of the death, morning from Miami\ with 48 first statements relative to his life as I to be presented at the school' !

I, "I am not a politician" he said, all the citizens of Key West.,'it j is. ; after a brief illness,,. of Mrs. Lot I' and 26 second class passengers for citizen of Key West would be Total- $51.00 i I howe tomorrow morning, beginning -

(Itr .%. I
PEIPIXG 17. Regarded elected to lend Prior to his service police Miami- hospital Death I II West to the! pubic and it Day,
Sept. ing except my as in a was class passengers for Key open : was they of CoMtHntioa <

by some observers' as the possible earnest efforts toward the better- officer, Mr. Camero was employed due to heart disease. i i'lfrs" I 1 129: first and nine second class for wio will j-djre as to his fitness YATES FAMILY which i* generally being celebrated -

beginning of an educational ment of the city's interests in for eight years as a memI Filer was a native of I| Havana. far the position today.

exodus from Peiping due to the whatever manner I can." ber of the paid fire department: Harbor. Island. Bahama Islands I i Steamship Ceiba, of the Standard lie doe not voluntarily mans LEAVE ON TRIP Mayor William H. Malone will

advance of Japanese influence in I His friends point out that the and performed in the same ex-I Shee came to Key West when a Fruit and S. S. Co. is due to the race fop tna>or. but consentedto deliver an ad drew on the Constitution -

North China two government doctor has a well established and emplary manner as during. -his young girl and it was here she became arrive at Key West 6:30 ,a. in.'tomorrow make his announcement' after which will be the mam

colleges have closed their doors progressive business in his profession years as a police officer. I the wife of W. A*. Filt-r'i I from Philadelphia, consigned having discussed the matter in an'its feature of the program, it is Ut-

of dental surgery, and it Having spent practically all his i! They moved to Lemon City 43. to the Porter Dock Co. for phases with hundreds of friends Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yates and I edgy

here.The Customs College, foundedin is this type of men who are vitally life as a public servant, knowingall I years ago oil and supplies. The ship ,is en among his large clientele and many baby daughter. Willis, left yesterday -.

1908 to train young Chinesefor interested in the welfare and the details of police duty, the Mrs. Filer is survived by three I route to Frontera, Mexico, for other close friends.. afternoon for Tampa on theS. NOTICE

the maritime customs service progress of the community who friends of Mr. Camero, knowing,I sons: IL H. Filer and William i fruit. These friends of the doctor say* S. Cuba, taking their car. r

is being moved to Shanghai. The should be elected to manage the too, that he was born and raisedin Filer of Miami, and John Filer of' that with his large interests in Key At Tampa they win go to New There will be a dance at the

College of Salt Administration,!,affairs of the city. Key West feel that he is emi-, Georgia; two daughters, )I'rs..1 WINS CONTEST West and his advocacy of everything i Orleans where Mrs. Yates will join Key West Coeatry Glib Saturday

opened in 1920 to prepare personae Those of his friends who suggested nently fitted for the position to. Hazel Howard and Mrs. Myrtle; which has been initiated for her mother for a stay of several evening, September 21. for members

) for the government salt monopoly -I his becoming a candidate which he aspires, and know that, Hewitt. Miami; two brothers BOSTON.-John F. Cann of this the betterment of the city war- I months and Mr. Yates will go by and ou f-tewa pi* t.. Don't;

is being closed. i I( and hundreds of others, are con- if elected will fulfill his pledge.to t Allan n. "Cleare and Ambrose city won a knitting contest in rants him making the race for rail to Chicago where he will en- miss it. Script, $!.*..

The schools: gave four years of fidently forecasting his victory at perform, the duties of the office tl Cleare, and one sister, Mrs..j which scores of women partiei- mayor with an excellent oppor ter the Coyne School ofl Electrical C. G. HICKS.

technical training. l I I the polls. I fearlessly and fairly. < Bertha Saunders, of Key West. pated. tunity of being elected. Engineering. sept17-It Secretary.

-- _._ _._
-- ----- -- -
--- -




- =':!! .-;.:


tP mtst Ctfa AN ALL-STAR CABINETAn 1 Muery Love Company. _! :By Talburt as..assesses;; ; see..eeToday's eeeese.sete.eteeee.e..e..

;=::::- Today's Uirthday .
Dallr Except '
THE .CITIZEN. P. ARTXAft.tclLISIIIVG FrrmHrmt CO. INC.L. interesting if not particularly 7- Anniversaries ........................
JOE ALLK'S. AM ...... Ummtmm. Maaacev edifying indoor jsport is that of picking .
U. S. Senator Jefen
.Citlmen Building\ H. Overton
From The all-star and all-American teams in foot- eteteee..eee.ee..eeee..e
Corner Green and Ann Street .,' tt 1 of Louisiana, born at Marksville,
ball, baseball and other athletic activities. 1776-Langdon Cheves, South La., 60 years ago.
Only Dally: Newspaper In Key: West and Monroe Carolina's noted business
County. This practice has been varied slightly by a r

"fcutered-at Key".W'IFT ir"'lorida..5IXTH as YEAR second class matter promirent magazine which has attemptedto lawyer financier congressman born in Abbeville Speaker District and James II. Moyle of Salt Lab

Mnafcrr .f the AMoelatIke ....... select the most'capable government ad- 3. C. Died June 26. 1867. I City, Commttstotier of the Bureau
Associated Pros la exclusively entitle to use of Customs, Dept *f the Treasury,
tor r=p.ScA*.os of all news dispatchea eredited to ministration, drawing from all who have / born in Salt Lake City 77 years
it >r not otfcerwUe Credited In UU paper and also Fd 1800-Franklin Buchanan. U.I
held the positions considered.In ago.
the local new published here.
>> I s S. naval commander famed; Con-
all such enterprises there will be a -- federate admiral born in Balti

f EDITORIAL Died 11, 1874. Anning S. Prall of New York.
'QNATIONAl > \noly difference of opinion, but here are the ttI more. May
;; ( chairman .
\ J of the Federal Communrations -
f 19.35 magazine's selections with dates of taking 4'
1 1802-Mercy R. B. Jackson, Commiaatan. born at Stat-
SUBSCRIPTION BATES office: New England homeopathic ea Wand, N. Y., 66 year ago.
One six :Jfb.--=:-:-=::'= :::-='':::'-==::_-' .__.___ 500: President, George Washington 1789. 1" ;4 r .ar cian-professor, who PhYli-1

tm Three MonthTVeekly Months ....__.__-__-____ 2.61-85 I Vice-president Theodore Roosevelt ., I I from medical school at 58, Rt Rer. Thetas F. Cailor.
___. .20 Ayr !t I Hardwick, Mass. Died Dec.: Protestant Episcopal 1 bishop of
ADVERTISING RATES 1901. rT>r-r. <**t 1877 Tennessee born Jaekson, )liS79 :.,
Made known 011 application. Secretary of State John Hay 1898. i: years ago.WiKiam .

All reading notices SPECIAL! cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander 1819-.Moses D. Hoge. noted I -

respect, obituary notice, etc. will be charged for at Hamilton 1789.Secretary i Richmond, Va.. Presbyterian I : P. MaeCrarken. Jr., of
the rate of 10 cents a line.Notices ,
Sidney -
born at Hampden
for entertainments by: churches from whicha }. clergyman Washington. D. C-, lawyer. ex-as-
r"M.-no<* 1* to be derived are ft cents a line. of War, Elihu Root, 1899. ..r'r i iK4tfih Va. Died Jan. 6, 1899. II MsUmt secretary of commerce
Th. Citizen Is an open forum and invites discns- I
zion of public issues''' and subjects cf local or general Secretary of Navy William C. Whitney born in Chicago 47 years ago.
1839-Ira E. Davenport elder I
Int'r"t but it will not publish anonymous communicate 1885. r .e:
.."-.. of the two brother-mediums!,
Attorney-General Roger B. Taney, ed in their day, born in fam.1 I Dr. William Carlo Williams of

1831. N. Y. Died at Maysvill. N. Rutherford, N. J., physician-poet,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I July{ 8, iSll. born there, 62 yens ago.
Postmaster General Amos Kendall, j
1835. 9 t 1858-Robert W. Vennoh, noted : CoL Raymond Robins social:

Secretary of the Interior Franklin K. ; 1f s painter, born (.t Hartford economist born in New York 62"

1. Water and Sewerage. .. Conn. Died Dec.: 28, 1933. years ago.
1913. ,
Lane .....w sSLw' -
2. Bridges to complete Road to>> Main- Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson :: : 1812-LeRoy EHinge, World'
ty : Dr. Leo S. Rowe. director-gen
War general born in New York.,
1897. oral of the Pa'JtoAmeriran Union
'. I Died May 14, 1831.Woolloomooloo .
*-- .Free* Port. ,' // ': Secretary of Commerce Herbert C. Washington D. (X, born at McGregor -
Iowa ,eau ago.
4. Hotels and Apartments.! Hoover, 1921. bay is the principal -
There been four to hold overseas harbor for the port
having only
5. Bathing Pavilion. of Sydney, Australia t Martha O-steiuo of Minneapolis,
the office of secretary of labor none of ... 35
6. Airports-.,hLand and Sea.. |I author born in Norway. years
whom has been particularly distinguished, Subscribe to The Citizen.:: ago .
7. Consolidation of ,County and City
choice maUe. -- -- --
Governments,,. no was 1
Students of American 'history may ,

amuse themselves by looking up the

Some society people move in exclusive records of executives who have held the SrrKEY 1 I ILoan

circles, others in triangles. offices! named, and improving on the list Wza4. ZlyYews) I Holders Of Any Fourth Liberty

given if they can. I

Doctors advise sleeping with win I 1 Bonds Are Advised To

dows open. Burglars also favor it. AN OLD-TIME AUCTION WEST IN [rTODAY'S WEATHER 1]i

DAYS GONE BY See Us With Reference

The early bird gets the worm; and the Interesting sidelights on the manners .

early and alert politician the votes. and customs of by-gone days are found in Happening Here J.tt 10 Years Temperatures ],thunderstorms occurred during the I To The New Treasury -

old newspapers and advertisements, one of Ago Today A. Taken From Highest ......._..__._......._........87, 24 hours along the east Gulf coast
The File. Of The Citizen Lowest ......... ..... 75.. and in Florida, being excessively
. Buying for cash is a good way to keep I which was recently reproduced by an exchange Mean -- .....:::.........-.._ .:..::......811Normal +!heavy at Key West where 5:03: FinancingThe

which public sale announcement ........:. .. .....
_ out_ of debt, and the merchants will not ob- quotes a This year will mark the half Mean ....... 82 { inches of rain fell in less than
ject. published at Versailles Ky., century since the organization of Rainfall* five hours. There were also moderate
86 follows: Cuba Lodge 15. Independent Order Yesterday's Precipitation 5.03 In:;.I to heavy showers in eastern
years ago, as
____ .21 Ins
of Odd Fellow in 1875. Appropriate Normal Precipitation Kansas and western Missouri, and
Dr. Fishbein still insists that patent "Having sold my farm, and as I am ; exercises in celebration -Tfcl rrr.r* ....rr. :f- _...r. light to moderate rains in the
milmic .( H .'dork. this first National Bank of Key West
medicines are not what they are quackedup leaving for Oregon Territory by oxen team I of the anniversary have been ar- Tomorrows AlmanacSun I"'rlo.1 northern Lake region: and portions -

on March 1, 1849, I will sell all my personal i iI. t tanged for September 22 in the rises _.................. 6:14 of Montana. Temperatures
to be. property except two oxen teams "fVOdd Fellows hall on Caroline Sun sets _.._u.....-._*__. 628: p. m. are below normal throughout -
street. Several committees which I I Moon rises ....._._...-...11:04 p. m most of the Atlantic: Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal
(Ben and Buck and Lon and Jerry), con- to make the with in
were appointed necessary States' freezing portionsof
Money is easier. Easier going but as I. Moon sets __________---____-12:21 p. m.
sisting of the following: arrangements for different I Tomorrow Tides New England and generally Deposit Insurance Corporation
bard as ever coming. Isn't that your experience I phases of the celebration have seasonable in other districts.
"Two milk 1 mare I!I A.M. P.M.
cows grey and
._ also? completed their pleasurable tasks G. S. KENNEDY
colt 1 pair of oxen 1 yoke 1 baby yoke and all la In readiness for the, High __u_ _. .____._ 1:03 2:23 Officer in Charge
.... ...___. 7:00
celebration. One of the features Low __._ 8:18 .. .
and 2 ox carts, 1 iron plow with wood moldboard ---- -- --
Ocala gloats over the prospects of be- of the event will be a musical and Barometer 8 a. m. today:
800 feet of weatherboards 1,500 Sea level,29.91.WEATlilt .
coming a .port, while some .South Florida vocal program to be participatedin
,- fence rails, 1 GO-gallon)) soap kettle 85 by Key West's most talented.
editors sullenly indulge in port whine. ""
sugar troughs, 10 gallons)) maple syrup, artists. FORECASTTill See our line of--- |
When a' Nebraska man's wife passed 140-gallon copper still 2 spinning wheels John J. Shea, of the New York ( 8 p. m., Wednesday)
: 30 pounds tallow 1 large loom, 300 poles, Aquarium has completed his collection j i I i Key West and Vicinity: Mostly
away he married her sister so he wouldn't and Wednesday
1-00) split hoops 100 empty. barrels 4 sides 1 of tropical specimens for cloudy tonight ; GLASSWARECHINAWARE
"have to break in a new bunch of in- !
the tanks and plans I
" leather 12 wooden pitchforks half inter- institution's !
leaving Saturday with them. 1.11'.1 q-j//
est in tan yard 1 rifle with bullet molds of the mo't', i.. t
Shea says he has one j .1
and powder horn, soft soap bacon, hams complete and varied selections, J btu.
: It must seem like the good old daysfor E
which he has eVer secured numbering
lard molasses 6 head of fox hounds all I'
:; Key West, depending upon ship service among them some of the \ ,,''i I
soft mouthed but
one. beautiful and rare fish which are ; a /
-only.-Miami Herald. Just like Miami be- .
fore the railroad arrived. "Also G negro slaves, 2 men, 2 boys seldom taken because of their, / i i

and 2 mulatto wenches all together in habitat being so inaccessible and t & ., I

I will)) not separate them. their numbers so few. This will be I '.., .$(/ :'
There are employed\ in ..the United one party as the last shipment of fish from -- .. _
"Sale will begin at 8 a. m. Plenty to local waters for the New York Mostly Cloud Showers
States There
11,000,000 on\en. are unemployed ,
% drink"Some Aquarium this year !
eat and
in the United States 10,000,000 saidlr'I'lr'I'Shea. with occasional showers; gentle to:
men. There is your answer. | may wonder why anyone possessed moderate easterly winds. !

of the large and varied assortment Following is the report of the Florida: Showers tonight and ,iI

> | > : i of worldly goods listed should have milk fund made at the meeting: of J,I Wednesday.. :
The railrpadyll, be, rebuilt, the dam- th. Key.West Woman's Club held]I Jacksonvi: to Florida Strait; i
wanted to leave Kentucky. and East Gulf Moderate northeast !
-age done to the highway by the hurricanewill Thursday evening when the organization : -

be repaired, and the keys will have a T assembled at the homeof overcast or east weather winds tonight and and mostly Wednesday j
Mrs. Sim Filer on Elizabeth
larger population than ever. Progress is street From various sources, with occasional showers. Ii!!

m.an's distinctive mark. has been rather well established $73.39. Previously acknowledged WEATHE- i I
I $96.56. Total $169.95.Vivian 1r
: I
- that laws which arbitrarily fix speed

Newspapers, like wine improve in limits for automobiles are little protection Shirvanian. prominent A trough of low pressure ex- !j

value with The Citizen was offered tends this from the,, central .
: age. against accidents. The speed at whichone 'lawyer of New Jersey writer and morning

$60 for a single issue in the year 1914 but may safely drive depends upon the politician is a visitor in Key Canadian provinces south-'
westward to Arizona. The Pas.,
. the management at that tirrxe did not keep road and traffic conditions involved.A time West than and will he di remain on longer a previous! this Manitoba and Phoenix 29.74 !!

a file to the regret of the present. inches; while high pressure area!! !
: high executive of one of the lead- visit made earlier in the year. Ina
to The Citizen Mr. cover eastern and northwestern, % c33d
ing automobile companies statement (
manufacturing ,
- districts Northfield, Vt., 30.32
said he sees "an undreamed -
Shirvanian !
As the result of the assassination of
who has made close of in its I
a study speed of future for Key West. inches and Kamloops British Columbia
its Na i, the state of Louisiana Ls politicallyacephalous. relation to accidents, declares that 50 or I 30.24 inches. Showers and ;

Long like Mussolini brookedno even GO( miles an hour over good open In an interview with The Citi-J t I>
551 at the Athletic Club for the (
opposition and permitted none to share road in the country may be safer than 15 zen this morning. John Curry, stated city 1 r benefit of the Key West DU'1ttYI : :
either his power or his wealth and he miles supervisor of registration Club. The co nmt";' on 'arrange*
or. hour in cutting corners in i town.!. that..* far but 43 persons had I I e
made no provision for his successor; left The safe driver is not necessanly the registered for the coming city,. ments has left nothing undone to
make the evening at *tn>*t enjoyable
no Abbetdin to take his place. Hence slow driver, but one who uses cornjnon election. Mr. Curry urges thepeopt. I one. $1.00 and up per Dinner Set
of the city to register.
there is chaos in the sanhedrin, created by sense whether driving fast or slow.. Careless time i is short now before electionand

r.. the deceased senator's intentional and driving while turning corners passing it is hoped that all elector.will The quarterly district T refer

' selfish willfulness. pedestrians or other cars, crossing raU- have qualified before the dayon ence of the Methodist' "iJrche31 Many other useful and decorative
which the voters win go to the in the Miami district which has
road tracks and maneuvering in congested poll and vote for their choices been in session for the past two articles for home

_ Sir Malcolm\ Campbell, who drove his traffic is the greatest menace to life and for the different offices. W. F. days and which was presided over your

.. car faster than 300 miles an hour faster limb. Maloney, county tax collector, by Rev. C. Fred Blackburn of this
t said today he will have a t'ptrdtl:I city came to a close Tuesday
; than man has ever driven a car before -
.. any Sense not speed is the important deputy at the city hall from October .' night. Many matters of interestto

cautions everybody to drive care factor in determining whether a driver is 1 on to the time when the- the district were dsicussed and .
' fully. His advice should be heeded even Methodist churches involved, it is
\ their poll taxesat
may p y
more than that of a driver who has never -

: exceeded the speed limit; for one reason, Those who know most are most eager the time of registration. said. Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets \

:. Sir Malcolm has been near death at each to learn, and contrariwise none are less Social*affairs given by the local Editorial comment: Florida
: Elks organization are always enjoyable. schools should stress! arithmetic,] "Your home is worthy of the
attempt to beat the world's speed record, eager to learn than they who know noth-
So w-11; be the dance to especially addition subtraction

Land knows whereof speak ing. ,be given tonight' by; ,B. P. O. Elk:multiplication and sub-division. best"I I


i .

-------- .



I ..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeej i- ccocos.ee..see.......... J


MAnzMr I


Jraropats, ...n" ,ell_ A.. Graystone stood empty ot everything SPORTSCHICAGO Club- W. L. Pct. i

lost,."., Jker...tear. .-.0 to_Judith". lit Carroll nf.,._her.. but its memories and. its associations Detroit ___ 90 49 .647 -....................... t

BuT' *A. ka* promiMd to marry J nail ,yon knew that you had to treat (By JOVE) New York .m...._.. 80 58 .580 FOR RENT

that*. th.cretker Carroll David.kav eit/y lit to their#* Cleveland _on'_"" 72 69 .511

tcanti/tiJ floatation, David fca*diteppoarwa' at alLOnce Boston 71 71 .500 II TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED
few scattered leaves h- -
into tin in tenor./ CA", ... :
..4,Jvddh.* married e ma*with more William was waiting Chicago __.._._._. 69 70 .496 APARTMENT. Conveniences -

IMe a plantation.....- New bit Ckarfotfe not muck Emily"karr o* with the car-another car this time _. -- -- -------- Joe Fraga, the singing Western Washington. ____... 61 79 .436 I I porches 519 EMza-

me to roommate. ka.fpiiok; her tk. a trifle longer and more shining than : Union messenger boy, is a. great St. Louis .......___... 59 80 .424 r r. beth street. Apply 523 South-
vail* thought asrfsfccptirum.. the other-and once more Emily DOWNS\ eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetDoings FIREMEN DOWNDIAMONDBALL \ Maxie: Baer fan. and he is willingto Philadelphia _.._..55 81 .404 ard street! eept4
was driving her room-mate to the .
Chapter 12 station. Around The stake' his bike on Baer winning

DUTY They had talked about plans for GIANTS TO HOLDTWOGAME Golf Links LOPEZ LAYERS I'from Joe Louis. Club-NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I.. Pet: FURNISHED Electric Ice Box.APARTMENT Archie Thompson with
|fAT THE end ot the first semester the future because you cannot look Henry Hay, the deputy, iai
i Chicago 92 52 .639 1001 Eaton street. Phone
K* Emily found to>> her astonlsttixnent back In times like this without disaster \ i pulling for the Cubs and says they" St. Louis mmUU m___......_ 88 52 .629 87 -. sept4-lm
that she had been nominated ; and made promises for letters '
;POT the executive council for the and visits. Charlotte was trying for 1 (By GRAVY. ) CAME PLAYED! have a great chance to be ujii New York ..._....n.__ 84 53 .613

second half of the year. an advertising job in Birmingham ........................ i there.. I j Pittsburgh m._......... 81 63 .563 FOR SALE
and had an excellent chance of get- LAST EVENING RESULTED i t Arthur Baeza is going; to New Cincinnati ....---...- 64 80IU
"What-on earth will I dor she ting It. Thinking of the freedom of WIN HARD-FOUGHT At this writing it is undecided York the next time the Yankee f j Brooklyn ____.__... 61 77 .442 FOR SALE CHEAP-R. S, Howard

asked to Charlotte punish girls In dismay.for doing things don'twant such a life. Emily felt a taint stabof BATTL2 WITH BROOKLYN I whether 'a dinner match will be IN SCORE OF 14 TO 7 j.j stockholders have a meeting and I I Philadelphia m.uu.. ,58 81 .417 Piano. Apply Gaiti'a Bar-

Td probably do myself If I had the In- envy and was suddenly ashamedof held the coming Thursday or not. ''tell o them what he thinks was Boston ...._-______..?.... 34 104 .240 ber Shop. septl4-Ct
clination and the opportunity. it. DODGERS; TIGERS TRIUMPH So just keep your lamps on this wrong this year with the club
"If you get the lob" she said "it column and if you happen to see (By JOVE) and now he picks Detroit to win ....S..e..c..c e. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500

They were In -Soc.-room at means you'll go ta,work at once!" OVER RED SOX your name mentioned on the mor- The Firemen defeated the the pennant. ] sheets, 75c:. The Artman Press
the library studying for the mid- In
term examination. It was peacefuland Charlotte Itodd d.'Have to. Do row then you may read about Lopez Funeral Homers last nightat Win field Roberts, the Senators Today History.I..e..e.cc..ee.ecc aog?
yon realize infant that rYe Invested yourself and what it is all final ..
quiet among the books andjrreenshaded :see Bayview Park. The score representative at the regular baseball -
lamps made pools oflight three thousand dollars of somebody ECp*rlal to The CIU...) about. But whether you read was 14 to 7. confabs of the wise guys in 16SO-Boston founded. SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50e.
else's education
upon the table Emily money felt in suddenly my useless and NEW YORK, Sept. 17.-The about!yourself or somebody else The Firefighters scored in every and around the cigar store's pool I The Artman Press aug7

results of yesterday's games re- don't forget to subscribe to and inning except the seventh. core board is now pulling for
"If you'd feeling that 1
go on way ashamed. "But you're going to write I 1776 Presidio of San Francisco -
after you were elected It would be often enough to show me that I veal that the Cubs kept their twogame read(.The Citizen. (advt.) The t I The field was wet and a very Detroit if they play the Cubs and j founded.- PRINTING-Quality Printing at

the best thing that ever happened to haven't Jost you?". lead over the Cards intact boss needs your support .. so as loose game was, played. favors St. Louis if they win the i. the Lowest Prices. The Art-

the council: heaven knows they'rea Charlotte looked steadily at her. and that the.Giants fell back to to eat, ,,you, dumb-bell. f The Embalmers were short of pennant. i 1787-Constitution of the United man Press. aug?
sanctimonious lot. "Don't you know you couldn't lose four and a half games from the Ingraham, Cates and Lnnn.L. I Pillo Romagnera is pulling for. -

"But you'd probably change. Being me if you tried!"She smiled. "Don't top. On this date last year the But let us get on with our personal L. Castro pitchel a good game j Detroit. so is Phillip Markovitz, States adopted. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

the governing class Is like being look so mournful. Before you can Giants were leading the second glimpse. Today it will be a t. At bat ,the leaders were VidaLJ. !Shultz. Doughnuts and Washington 1862 Historic Civil War Battle cards, $1.25. The Artman
In an automobile: when you're in catch a breath yonll be graduating place Redbirds three and a half gentleman( who never played 18 Garcia, Sterling and Sawyer, Malgrat, that great tenor from of Md. Press tug?

the car a pedestrian Is a worm of the yourself! And by that time I'll have games, while the Windy City hole /of golf in one day until each hitting two safely. the Navy Field gate. Antietam fought.

duet. created especially to ,set In been out long enough to show yon Tribe were six and a half gamesin about a year ago and he has beenat I In the field, J. Cass Brady The only St. Louis fans I think Calbraith P. WANTED
f your way and slow you up; and when the ropes." the Pena Joe and 1911- Rodgers
rear.Yesterday and played that left ,
the golf for a little over Sterling McCarthy are are
game broke all world records for
you're walking think there The drew before the station cross
you car up
the of the Civic WANTED-A Dbanee to bid
Chicago nine 10 The to whom J well. Peter Sosa and Mayeya on
ought to be a law against the wild- and Charlotte laid a hand on hers"Dont years. gentleman J country flying in the first transcontinental -
captured their thirteenth straight' I refer is that genial Tax Assessor The Funeral Homers left the Cafe. your next printing order. The
ambttiou c'ett fram New
eyed maniacs whose sole get out: partir. nn pea flight--
victor when they defeated the I I field after the seventh inning and Jonah he will bet anybody ATtman Press. aag7
of the great county of Monroe, I says
is to get nowhere In a hurfy mourir and I hate death-bed scenes. York to California in a Wright
New York Giants 8 to 3. I' forfeited the nickel the winner of the coming -I
Terry Mr. Julius Otto Kirchheiner game. a on !
1 think
why government's And then she was out of the car. biplane in 49 days, actual time in
so unpopular: you lose the common and the broad back of WlIlla!!:. who used a recently acquired rookie in Now the reason our hero did Score by innings: R. H. E. I world series.' He won't go any | air 3 1-2 days, HOUSE WANTED

touch. carried her suitcase almost com the box and the Cubs blasted him, not play 18 holes of golf is on Firemen 212 331 02-14 11 4 higher because he's afraid hell; -

Emily laughed. "In that case I'd pletely obscured her going. in the late innings to 'win easily. account of part of the time they!Lopez m' 402 001 Ox- 788 I lose. I 1926-Florida hurricane took HOUSE WANTED-Couple, no

better refuse to run!" The Chicago outfit was only 10 I, didn't have that many and also I Batteries: L. Castro and Gabriel -{i I will go around a little while toll of 370 lives. children, desire house of at least

"Go ahead and do it." Charlotte AS usual.Charlotte had been right. more games to play, with a series when he was in his prime as a I t ; Kerr Albnry Sterling and 'longer' and let you know how the 4 rooms preferably anfurnishI -

advised. "I'll guarantee to keep you The next year was incredibly between them and the Cards cul-f' layer it was not fashionable to Baker. ]"rest of the fans feel towards the ........... teeeeeeeeeeee I I ed. by the last of September.

la touch with the common herd and brief. and she remembered its milestones minating the season. play 18 holes. W. W. W. was the'I ''coming world series. ,(I Are moving permanently to Key

take you down if you get high-hat. with casual pleasure. Wearing Detroit pulled ahead to a nine guy who started that style by Standing of the clubs: i 1 i Today's Horoscope West and will occupy all year
In the end she had taken charlotte's a hair-ribbon and a short dress and a half lead the New 1 go-I I round if suited. Must be con-
game over ing around for 27 holes Lopez Funeral Home 4 2 .667:j
advice and been elected on the day before you were Invested.as York Yankees in the American Well our hero was born right I Firemen. .. 2 2 .500]' SOCIAL LOOP I ll..1 venient to business section. Give
Junior representative by a flattering : a farewell to childhood. Investiture fell in first letter.
League pennant race by whipping here Busy Bee ._ ... 14 .250 i i I
in West account of
Key on I
f i I --
margin. It was an illuminating when yon donned a cap and Co ton. 5 to 3, while St. Lo'.. ia GAME TODAYBy rove, but mainly from a 'desire toget Address Stephen C. Singleton.
experience,and she came back from gown for the first time and com- his father migrated here from I 1 away from people. The dispo- 2620 S. W. 24th Terrace, Miami
turned back the Yankees in New I Ii
the first "exec" meeting: with an plained bitterly about your high Copenhagen Denmark. So by I SENIOR LEAGUE i sition is unsociable and may be- Floridaeeptil6tx
I amused smile lurking about her collar. Senior privileges when you York. rights our hero ought to dip! I come misanthropic. Strive to overcome !
second-place' St. Louis Cardinals
month. came in late to breakfast or took a snuff. But anyway our hero was, ( JOVE) ( any peculiarities that mayi ROOMS
Charlotte grinned enquiringly. bath after hours, when the rest of coming back after losing a boy as most people of the masculine -1 i TODAY The Social League will play a i how themselves and keep the I
three straight to the Giants held
"Well the school was asleep. gender usually! are and he game this afternoon when the Administration moral tone as high! as possible. I "THE MUNRORooms unexcelled -
Emily flung herself the coucb with the their ground in the torrid National i
upon Intimacy faculty who caught tadpole in the -- I
a pond
many L I > meets the Bayview Careful training will do much for in price and location.
and contemplated the ceiling. The accepted you almost as an equal. League flag erase as they defeated -( behind the gas plant. As usual i|': (By JOVE) { Stars at 5 o'clock.On this degree. I running water. 128 N. B. 4th
paint was peeling badly, she noticed. now. Your dinner-date in town witha the Brooklyn Dodgers 1 to I
with most boys he grew up and,i In the Senior League there will Wednesday afternoon the street, Miami, Fla. ang26-lmoz
and she wondered Idly why even the man. even though the man were 0 in a mound duel between Paul I II j
got a job with the electric street! be : Administration will bats. Richard Tarlton, the
I until further cross
no more
beat of southern colleges had to only Edwin. Hearing your name read Dean and Van Mungo. Paul made I(I games English
car company. As a boy the height notice.A ten. actor who died in 1588 Queen PIANO TUNING
I with the Lighthouse was
fight so hard against poverty. out for Mortar Board, as one of his first appearance in the box in I
"If I had a cigaret I'd smoke It." those who "contributed materially six days. The Cards and Dodgers of his ambition was to drive one I meeting has been called for J On Thursday afternoon the Bay- Elizabeth's favorite clown. ,'

Charlotte understood. "So that's and spiritually to the up-bnlld- play doubleheader today. 10f those electric contraptions but the managers to be at Bayview view Stars will cross baU with the I PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo

what the special session was about. Ing of the college. a designation With a Harland Clift and Ed driving one he learned how I Park this afternoon at 5 o'clock:1 Lighthouse ten. .J I Sir Thomas Lipton, the reno. Excellent piano for sale

Was there a definite victim or was that made you blush with a consciousness Coleman accounting for four runs{j it worked. He got so good At that and then it will be decided if play I j I'' These are the games scheduled yachtsman, once ran a streetcar! cheap. 1018 Division street.

It the habit In general' '.. of your own unworthiness. -. I as they each drove out a homer, I that they kept him there so he I'I'is I to be continued.! : "There leas a victim, 'and she's never did get a chance to run one I r
the St. Louis Browns turned back -..- .....
campused for a month Senior Opera which you wrote as a usual thing.
the New York Yankees 5 to 2 in
Charlotte lifted an eyebrow.".On7a with three other girls and which I Well our hero by this time was

month?" was euphoniously entitled "Madame I the opening game of the series. being called Mr.'and a lot of people I

"Yes. That was my Influence. I almost Buttermilk." Winning the fifty-yard i Cleveland took the series opener called it a lot of names beside -.
made a scene and I certainly freestyle swim thereby acquiring from the Athletics 8 to 5 beforea
Kirchheiner they do to-
as even
disrupted the council's morale. I enough points to give your class the crowd of less than 500, the sea J
day. And a lot more couldn'tspell
asked whose business It was If she son's low. FIRMS
: it properly but to various
did smoke and they were stunned. for the last time. Commencement Sad Sam Jones veteran White
They said It reflected on the whole when you held for so short a Sox righthander, limited the Sen- and sundry Mr. Kirchheiner is

college and I said. reflected what? time the center of the Ardmore ators to four hits as Chicago bat- Otto, which is a very easy name to

They couldn't exactly say because stage; when your parents were the tered a pair of Washington pitchers spell on account of you start off

I happened to know that two ot 'em ones who as Judith had said so long for a 9 to 1 victory. and then turn around and come Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemUESIAY
smoke during weekends off campus ago. sat around and doted. An eminent broke battleof J
Sammy Byrd up a back.Well
where It Isn't against rules but divine preached a' brief and rookie pitchers his eleventh- our hero finally got a
where It reflects even more. In the altogether charming sermon about lady named Warren to spell it
the Cincinnati
single giving
end she got one month Instead of the Changing Position of Women in inning pretty good and so it became Mr.
Reds 3 to 2 decision over the
two. and I got a black eye. I don't the World and a gorgeous amethyst a and Mrs

believe.she going concluded to be very thou&hUul17.Mthatl'm popular., ring meats glittered and distracted against his your snowy attention.vest Philadelphia The smallest Nationals.crowd of the season in-law On account being a of county our hero's commissioner father-- JOHN C. PARK Star American Coffee R 0 S 1FT'SYou'll

Charlotte grinned engagingly. And almost before it was over less than 500. saw Pittsburgh
hero like it find
out how
job just
our got a
long as you're unpopular there's you realized that the class below you beat Boston 5 to 3, aided by spectacular 1 FLORAL PIECES A
hope for you And the culprits who had pushed you off the boards and relief pitching by Rookie only a little better on account of I 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try CASH GROCERY
he elected chairman of the
are the majority, after all. will adore that now they were The Seniors who Mace Brown. got the first cup, 1b 25c. SPECIALTY

you." ; would occupy the stage and carryon The summaries follow: board.' 1101 Division Street
Emily looked affectionately at her. the traditions had But soon a lot of guys got a lit-I
that you some- NATIONAL LEAGUEAt P L U I BIN G LARGO, Ib 18c;
tle envious and Mr. J. O. K. was
The most valuable education she how thought of as your own-* St. Louis R. II. E. PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29 '

had acquired at Ardmore. she ., Brooklyn ...._..._._....... 060 not elected anymore which wasa I v. & S., Ib ISc

thought for the hundredth time Tm a ramblin' wreck from Georgia St Louis _._um____.__ 150 I very good thing on account of
had come from Judith and Charlotte. Tech his! job now is better than he ever Roasted in Key Welt by SOIITH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
and a heluvan engineer. Batteries: Zachary and Lopez; I DURO PUMPS .
had in his life and lot of
/COMMENCEMENT that.year had sadg the orchestra leader and the P. Dean and Davis. a guys I Crocerie.
stag line shouted lusty approval and still; think he is a darn nice fel- STAR COFFEE MILL
5-"* seemed once'more the end of the PLUMBING SUPPLIES. NURSERY
world. "What on earth will I do Stamped- its feet. At PittsburghR.. H. E.' low.But I 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
'without your she demanded desperately In a few minutes the tune would\ Boston ."._.___r-__-1: 372 this is taking us away from ,

of Charlotte. be the Washington and Lee Swing Pittsburgh ..._________._ 560 our story and our pace nearly i PHONE 348 Phone 256 PHONE 597 Fruits Vegetables.
and after that the Alabama schools
Charlotte was carefully packingher Batteries: Brandt and Spohrer; gone.On'
books to be shipped home. In would hare their turn And at each Bush and Grace. account of Mrs Kirchheiner

two years her library had changedIts rendition the stag line would shout presenting only girls to Mr. K. he I
titles but not Its character and and stamp impartially. is therefoer unable to have a son SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

ahe bestowed far more attention would Tomorrow describe the the Elston dance as Enquirer"a brilliant New At York Chicago....".+"".._"_ R.371 IT. E. to play with like Charlie Ketchum Jewfiala, 2 Ihs. 35c I N S U RAN C E

upon its safe transportation than .... .. 8 has and so our hero plays with I THE KEY WEST '%
climax to the many farewell Chicago m_...._. _>- 12 1 Yellowtail Steak, Z Ib. 35c
clothes and
upon packing other sons like Li Plummer
affairs in honor of the college set." Batteries: Gumbert. Schumacher I n,.. 25c
She had stopped to read a paragraph Willie W. Yellowtail .D Boa., Office: 319 Dln'al Street
But to Emily this dance and Mancuso Carleton and I
was poignantly '
; .
"Marios. the Epicurean. sad. Otto hits a pretty nice wood I Cro.per, 2 H,.. 2Se SUNDAY STAR
"Just what you've done with me.-
It wasn't that she was unpopular. shot but loses a lot of ground on Snapper. 2 1M. 2SeMettoa
she said Imperturbably."Personally, shots to the TELEPHONE
those approach NO.
rm rather gratified with my handi Her following never attained the At Cincinnati R. II. E. I Fish, Z Iha. _'Z5c 1
work. unwleldly proportions of some ot Philadelphia ___ 291 green. I S a b Imp ttn.$z Per Year

Like Judith. Charlotte would say her friends', but it was almost con Cincinnati m u._.____"__--. 312 1 His putting is pretty good too ; FRESH SHRIMP Try Yr Male AI
goodby casually, without flowers, stant. She danced exquisitely even i Batteries: Jorgens and Todd; but sometimes fails in an emer Lar Select Oysters Key We.ea Only SundaTHE-
though she had never acquired the gency. However Mr. K. plays a, Fresh Crab Meat in If 6Sc
but the goodby would be none the Derringer and Lombardi. I >> caw Paper DJmonico RtsftUlTtU&f
of casual flirtation, and the te All rlJ
easier for that.Judith's reaction was gift boys good game and is now trying FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTER.
Instinctive; Charlotte could have drifted to her as a traveler seeks a AMERICAN LEAGUEAt talk Sam Harris into a good Business Office Citizen .tU..LL11 .wwi..r a- __.___ 110

put hers quite readily Into words. clear stream. They told each other Boston R. H. E. LOWE FISH COMPANY Building
that she didn't hand you a lIne. but six Co... Diwra. -__
"The only way to show your respect match.TODAY'S COMPlllTV
Detroit ... .___ 582
always knew where stood. .o..m. '" foe
yOU 151 a" .s.
moments.ahe would you PHONE 51 --------- 75e
big Boston ...._.___...-.__ 3 10 3 GAMES J
have said "is not to sentimentaliseover ICopyrigU. Ifrf 6y Marian SimiJ Coch- i
them. Batteries: Bridges and -

She was right of course.When the Emily wonders, tomorrow. Just rane; Wilson, Bowers and Fer- AMERICAN LEAGUE I'' AARON McCONNELL
what to do with tI.n.lf-anll with relL' Detroit at Boston-Anker vs. Our Reputation ia WrapPRITCHARD
last box had and two-fourteen
Edwin. -- ;i Walberg.St. I 536 Flami.t Street
-.- At New York R. HlE. Louis at New York-Caldwell peel in every package

r..4".I.1'I"AlTI'TO BULLET IN HAND ,4O YEARS, St. Louis .....__..-___,.._.._ 5 7 r; 1 vs. Gomez. FUNERAL HOME
New York __.._____ 2 71' 1 Chicago at Washington-Stratton -I I of

SUBSCRIBERS Batteries: Andrews and IIeras- i vs. W'hitehili.Cleveland
MILES CITY. Mont.-A bullet I Dlplfw s.thtI. -
ley; Ruffing and Glenn. :I at Philadelphia- PRINTING ,
If yon -o net receive your lodged in the hand of John Laney I Hilderbrand ..... Wilshere. Coutee7

paper 'by 6:15 o'clock in the : park superintendent of this city, At Philadelphia R. H. E. :, DONE BY US

afternoon call telephone 51 I| was removed recently after he had Cleveland ..m..____"__ 8 11 0 .' NATIONAL LEAGUE NOTARY PUBLIC

and a paper will be sent to>> I carried:: it for 40 years. I Philadelphia ...__--_______ 5 11 2 Brooklyn at St. Loni* -Two WATCHMAKER JEWELER: -THE-- LICENSED PBALlmR

your LomeA complaint-bey 1 Batteries: C. Brown. Pearson, II Games--Babich .Vs. Haines; Earn- AND ENGRAVER
is on dety at this office from Captain Victor Sandra has Hilderbrand and Breniel; Marcum shaw vs. Hallahan. AaMJaSonS... -
1 I I See Him For Your Next War' PRESS
6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the completed 31 years with the and Richards.At Phildelphia at Cincinnati-Two

purpose of deliveringcom* f f fpla.t. Louisiana Department of Conser- Games-Davis vs. Schott; Kelle- ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen LADY ATTENDANT'

.. Help .. .i.. 7.. 100 vation. Washington R. 11. E. her vs. Herrmann.New Hoanl 9 t. 12-1 t. II Bldg. CitiZen Office

percent service by eating 51 Chicago ..._._....__'-- 9 "I York at ChicagoCastleman PHONE 51
if yo. Jo sot receive Tie Chiefs. I Japan's first color prints are Washington _.__ 1 4 z vs. French. Ope. s..t.Har Nights PyoN. I4S N..- Sleep

attributed to Torii Kiyonobu Batteries: Jones and Sewell; Boston at Pittsburgh-Brandt I \ .

r.LL'.I-'LLL (166i-l1. __ ___ __ :Hadley, Russell and Bolton. vs. Weaver.

I .

-- --- ---- --- -- -


: FOUR TriL: IX ;. n.1.: __r.rI _r. ':"": :: ::'__ ::.:-:-==:::.: _....

..... .. ..... --- ------ --- -- -- - - -


................................................. 68 YEARS DEAD -by Movie SpotUght" .' 'a MILWAUKEE.\ William I i OFFICIAL EMBLEM
Brings of this city took French BEAUTY PARLORSMrs.
Mrs. A:: Baldwin returned this f Mr. and Jlrs. Theodore Pent re- leave from the city jail, later returning inf As..einied rn--.)
with relatives this the Florida I BERLIN, Sept. 17.-The swastika
morning from a -: turned morning on with the amount of his
and friends in the states. j from Miami. FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE ,6luc-cyrd, fine. emblem of the nazi party is
I I Mazie Richards Albury has now Germany's national flag
Miss Clara Yates left yesterday] Mrs. L. Pellicier and son Louis CONDUCTED THIS AFT. JEAN e.....a eee eee cc.....e.eC I recently completed a course in'I superseding the black white and

for Tallahassee to take up her::arrived this morning from Miami ARTHUR beauty culture at Pohl's Beauty j red.By
studies at Florida State College i' for a visit with relatives. ERNOON POLITICAL School of Miami and is now associated order of Dr. Wilhelm Frick,
fir Women. i j I1LCica with Berlin Sawyer's minister of the interior. the
f W. A. Krause, associated with I a'Jt ANNOUNCEMENTS\ Beauty Shoppe, 508 Fleming I black white and red no longer
Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke.'I the Sparks' chain of theaters in Richard Malone, 68, died 12:30 j street. may be displayed on public bUIldings -

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P.I Florida, arrived this morning from I'o'clock this morning in his home, I The course taken up by Mrs.\ without the swastika and the
Porter, and daughter Jean, left Miami\ continued to Havana and 626 Grinnell street. Funeral 1 CITY ELECTION NOVEMBER Albury was thorough in every respect -' latter must have honor position.
,I will make his I \ 12, 1935 and of'!' When the two flags flown
yesterday afternoon for Tampa on the return regular -services to be held 5:30 ,+t I covered every phase are
with the beach wagon, to join Mr. stop in Key West for a few::. are o'clock '.......a.........a.....e beauty work. While she special-j together, the nazi emblem must be
Kirke and drive to New York fora days fishing. |I j this afternoon from Fleming For Mayor I izee in permanent waving, Mrs. on the right and when there 13
stay at the Kirke home in I I Street Methodist church where Albury will do finger waving, but one flag pole the swastika,
Duchess county, New York. Miss Leodawn Jerguson, who' the body was placed 2 o'clock., DR. H. c. GALEYFor shampooing, facials etc. gets the top.
was visiting her mother in New (Rev. Shuler Peele will officiate. iWASHINGTON -

Tony Cruz who was spending a York was a returning passenger,'I Pallbearers will be: Eddie Roberts -i GEORGE MURPHY'5 / CouncilmanDR. Subscribe to The Citizen.

few weeks in Key West, left yesterday on the S. S. Florida this morn Milton Russell, Robbie' tnuftackt acts bttwe&iuZufcs r ARMANDO COBO
as a -
afternoon for i ing. 'I Knowles. Robert George Watkins w
Tampa. I W. )I. Knowles and Christopher I / "bar&nu&A The day yS For Police Justice MONROE THEATER

Mrs. Everett Rivas and baby I: John c.. Key, port steward of Knowles. I f ktdjJu Utstfit T. S. CARO I Meriam C. Cooper FLORIDA

left yesterday, on' the S. S. Cuba the P. and O. S. S. Company, returned The Lopez Funeral Home is in must&cJut J1 wZ: jear f< ;s d.- --in- 1
for Tampa where they will spend 4 on the Florida this morni charge of arrangements. I lirtu tu/rorurdeJ6y a. moifLaudtn it H For Captain of Police SHE ':il AOKS'O N VUL&t.IVYEST ..
a while with relatives and friends.J. .{i ing from a short business visit in Survivors are: Four sons, Berlin -i I tfu halfs ivkut fit ALBERTO CAMEROFor Matinee
I : Balcony lOc; Orchestra
Miami. Owen, Archie and William I l lMeuaca
CQm !.did'17u Public ; 15-20ci Night 15-ZSe -
Malone four Mrs. William ...
E. Perkins of the FERA en-'I ; daughters ,! Captain of Police .JOO..i.a-..st..C --it:!
Santana of Tampa, Mrs. John .
gineering forces left on the George Griner employed at the ROBERT J. LEWIS I 1Ioe W..d.l.1 ''.
.. .
I Blackwell. Mrs.\ John N. Costar --
Cuba yesterday afternoon for Opa-Locka airport was an arrival "Bobby"DOROTHEA MaekMBTlIIe'B Ltuilmg Hotel ---bsei.
Tampa. this morning for a visit with rel and Mrs. Moulton Johnson; two THE ,--
SEMINOLE Ie di.walts.
r atives. I brothers, Eddie and Amos Malone, --......
:and one sister, Mrs. Euphemia ,.sfso.d..
Ernesto Hernandez, who
was "'" ERIE KENTON Columbia
spending a vacation with his I Fred Bethel who has been Moulter\ of Key West. duu&r .u
Mdtoi etc h :for his own pUaiufc. BEAUTY yfLOWEI
parents, left yesterday to resume absent from the city for several yyc ...
I l.e..e.o.o.......eef f la'A too e. a+
his studies at Tampa Uni- months arrived this morning for SHOPPEhas Saari 5.4-d slw..

versity.: i I a visit with relatives. THE PROMENADE DOUGLASS DUMBBILLE bavti of I rGRAGE T.f I.rr..si.al..a.... .s.
recently ;installed the new ..r i".4.aa...

Howard M. Day, son of Rev.I i}i Adolfo Cabello, prominent at- ....................o... broke Ii I- eAw t ..auraaAns.st.aor..,
and Mrs. James S. Day, 'who-was,; torney of Havana who was here { eagene ,
spending his vacation in 'Key for about six months two years If all the winter visitors that PERMANENT WAVING F LsAGLERltl
West left yesterday for Tampa!|ago, and Mrs. Cabello and daughters came to Florida but don't come to 1I I 1---- -- -- EQUIPMENT I

en route to DeLand; where he will I Misses Olyntpia and Maria,II '(,Key West were laid end to end- GOLD COAST NATIVE i| RECEIVE MONKEYS i' a "_..'IJ.. FI.rI. ra r..Jdr s....+...1he
take up his fourth. year theological 'I visited briefly with friends yes-' it would serve them right. I Approved by Good Housekeeping 'I CHAS. B. CHI\ER, JI... v| \

studies at Stetson Univer-:'Jerday while enroute to Tampaon EVOLVES NEW SCHEME NEW t ORK.-Am ther shipment and Harper's Bazaar where A human you will home-Ilk find y..r Institution,.*'.....1 -er.ws.dd.- ti
sity. the Maria Diaz has just receivedher ........ .. .GRAGE. din.dr
S. S. Cuba. I of 500 monkeys from India ee fort a 4 *.t a mat- w.LiATIt..ftm.dw
I appointment as nurse from a (Ry Auriated Prow) I' have been received by the health 50% Cooler Automatic Control ter of great Importance.o .

Mrs. R J. Wahl daughter Miss Celestine Garcia, who was Jacksonville hospital (where it is LONDON, September 17.-A dep.ii tnvnt in this city for use in Genuine eugene Sachets ',PALM.. EACH
and Earl who were I. spending while in Havana with ; always the coldest in i twentyfiveyears native of Kumasi on the Gold infantile A steel firefr.ef .n.l.at Ierated
Dorothy son : a producing paralysis se 2 new eugene Dryers la.t.e Mean .f the city
visiting relatives in Pensacola.]'I relatives, returned yesterday on 1 I I ). Maria will leave here Coast of Africa had an idea for rum. --o-
returned this morning on the I'' the Cuba. : October 1 and is anxious to go. making money fast. The idea was' Circulating Heat Dries in |E *ry Room with Combination Tab
Steamship Florida. I i I I You can never tell how much good but the money probably Subscribe to The Citizen. 20 Minutes I land Shower RatS Radio ElectricCeiling :
Fan. Slat Door for Summer
I I i I J. A. Delaney, employed with i sand is in your shoes until you wouldn't be. He wrote to a London Permanents $6 to $8 Ventilation Comfortable Bed with I
W. W. Watkins of the tamp|,,the bridge forces on the Keys arrived leave: the beach. I shipping firm: SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKS eugene n Mattresses of Inner Spring Con Mx
f fPERMmrrrWAVES I Zotoz Permanents ....___..._. $10 struction and Individual Reaa-
and J parcel post division in the I on the S. S. Florida this i "I wish to find a machine which inc Lamps. I I
Permanents $2
local: l postoffice, who was in Miami morning from Miami. I Key West advertising literature II I makes money, shillings and two- I Special mnm RATES i --- -
for a short visit, returned !I circulated in the north tells of the shillings from some private '
on I I SlaglerS Tie GEORGE
Mrs.\ C. 0. Ackerman
the Florida this morning. j I M. Aronovitz and Jorge Aral I Charm and appeal of our local sidewalk manufacturer at America, and Twojermanenu gg.QQ R__...., private Beth __._..._.. i3.ril. tOO !......... 1.11..J. s...... I
I novitz. were arrivals this morning caes. The column evidently since every hope that I got shall Prop.PHONE. I i I"IS. a*._.. Private Private Beth Beth XJW ZMR I 0.-.. ....._ Iowsod .......-......_
!, doesn't get about enough Better Waves $5.00 and *. R__ _._ wis -...-usUnia.I .
T. H. Pittman. manager of the on the Florida for a visit with as we be much pleased to send you order I up I 62INSURANCE ; e Private Bath 23
IB sesinle R _., Private RATES SLiD.id w GARAGE nsirae
Bath 4.*
have not in MRS. MILLER
Southern Bell yet seen one our wan- for it at
Telephone Company relatives. once together with your
at Key West. and Mrs. Pitt-.I I I derings about town. And yet, the discount and this will also build I Ocean View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J OCCUPANCY 'I 1. { ]:! '..'::4Ul: .. ..our.iUe.. I I

man, who were spending a vacation Mrs. A. C. Tanner, who was idea is good. The sidewalks alone: my trade enable you to receive
of several weeks in the visiting with relatives in West I Duval street are too narrow but orders from me every mail and BENJAMIN LOPEZ 'i -------- -
states returned on the Florida t! Palm Beach, returned on the The tables could come to the edge thus also build your discount. I
this morning accompanied by :Mrs. ida this morning from MSamL Flor-I lof the pavement And there are I "If you will not ,get: some write I FUNERAL HOME "'
Pittman's mother, Mrs. Paul Saw I I some upstairs porches that would me but I hope by all means you: Serving Key West An Index To
yer. Mrs.\ Joseph H. Saunders make (excellent vantage points for ,will get some to send me, its illustrated Half Century
k children Florence, George, Cynthia -i those more philosophic than active. [ catalogue and price list, 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
Miss Alien Bethel who was and Yvonne, who were spend- that enjoy watching the "promenade i and all necessary things such as Licensed Embatmer' I i
visiting her father at Rock Harbor ing several weeks with relatives but would feel a bit awk- bronze water that when I finish Phone 135 Night 696-\\ : RELIABLEfIRMS

returned on the Florida to in Miami\ returned on the Flor1 ward standing on the curb with a making the money I may put themin I .
day. ida this morning. glass of beer. to color like bronze money the

_._ West African money that we use KEY WESTCOLONIAL
-- -- -
-- Ross Dodd has nearly finisheda now."
........................1 picture intended for the International HOTELIn
NEW SERVICE FOR Exhibit at Pittsburgh.The :;; .
HOWDY\ KEY WEST!II I II canvass is good enough to be Missionaries established the first the Center of the Business 1

PERMANENT WAVESLatest I shown but, unfortunately. is prob- printing press in Tahiti in 1817. and Theater District _--- -
ably too good to win a prize. The

...: ....By..RED....KEROE........... Carnegie show is famous for its PALACEMary First Class-Fireproof-
selections. Matisse, at his i
poor Sensible Rates
The Buffalo judge who says that developments in machinery -I be t, did not receive mention. Ellis-Tullio Carminati
i* is constitutional to argue with ai for giving permanent Fifteen years past his prime he -InPARIS I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl '
traffic cop didn't say how we I! waves is the new eugene per-I I took first place. Ross has paint- IN SPRING WI FOLLOW THE ARROW !
were supposed to get the money ed'the attractive Lopez kids witha Two Comedies Garage Elevator
manent This
with which to pay a fine. waver. equipmentwas background of banana trees. I Matinee: 10-15c; Sight: 15-25c : Popular Prices
recently installed at Dorothea The warm tropical yellows and .

Beauty Shoppe of which Mrs. C. browns alone should' merit atten- _
---- --- ----
A Russian scientist claims to And You Will Find In This
have made child birth painless O. Ackerman is the proprietor. tion else. in Pittsburgh, or any place

through hypnotism. Fathers will Besides being 50 per cent

feel greatly indebted to you doc, cooler than other equipment and McCracken county. Ky., endedits Directory Stores Which Aim
if you can only enforce that same;having automatic control the ,
fiscal year with a cash balance
method when they begin paying.i eugene waver has a circulating(I t of $10,000 and all bills paid.A TO OF To and Please You.
the maternity bilL heat system that dries hair in 20' bounty of $2 has been placedon Serve They
,minutes. It was approved by coral and rattlesnakes at Clearwater -

And is yet the, the one we brightest think of' paragraph just- Good Harper's Housekeeping Bazaar. magazine and Fla. I REFRIGERATORSTHAT I 4 Invite You To Visit. Them!

aftec press time and forget again In the sixth century no ellenic
before the linotyper yells "More affair until after the Tietse fly has city could compare with Sybarisfor I .'
taken in thevinter..
copy!" for wealth and splendor.The .
---- -

It is usually the kind of people We hadn't entertained much Taj Mahal is said to have ; MEATS\ BeRoE REPAIRING
who, get in your hair that would', hope! of this world returning to cost more than 3,000,000 pounds. I 17*

likewise get into your pockets.It I normalcy. The man who is cap checksMALARIA J. S. MOORE, AGENCY DUVAL MEAT MARKET GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
able of doing a little normal FIVE YEARS OLD .
sometimes sounds reasonable:''thinking: doesn't care whether nor-I Jefferson Hotel Building Rivero and Sons Prop. I H. DUmaadi, Prop

that a third party will make a' malcy is reached. ; 666 6 6 6 Surety Bond, Automobile Best Price. Highest Quality Old Shoes Made As Good As New

success) it is usually the back seat I I in 3 daysCOLDS Life and Accident Insurance Phone 4794 Daval at Petronia 612 Daval Street

driver whose orders are obeyed. I II I "The world is full of vacant .Did you know you can have a brand new General
l T.llietl Electric Refrigerator with all its convenience
Liquid j newest
i spaces says a writer. What per- first day' PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ BEER VENDORS BAKERIESMALONEY
features and be
SalveN..Dr.os even ahead? The
The idea now seems to be: Italy centage of vacuum is represented money greater
shill stall off the Italian-Ethiopian above your ears doc TONIC wJ LAXATIVE efficiency and lower operating cost of a new G-E
1', I I'I I l represent definite savings every month in the year. STUDIO CURRO'S BEER GARDEN & PEACOCKBakers

I I I You'll Like: Tke Prints We Make I Cold Beer At All Times of Baker Boy BreadCakes
Stop' The G-E seiled-in-steel mechanism has long been
i Chills !! famous for its dependable performance at low coscNow Photo Englarging A Specialty60G Pay Us a Visit I and Pastries

'I ANNOUNCEMENTMrs. it has double the "cold capacity" and uses 40% less Dnval Street Daval At PetronU Streets I Phone 818 812 Fleming St.

RUSSELL'S i and Fever! i electric current I

;(i i Mazie Richards than 1930 S models. New G-E RefrigeratorsStainless PLUMBINGTHOMPSON FISHDEMERITT PRESSING

I Rid'Your System of Malarial j 1 1I I! Steel USE 40% LESS PLUMBING. BROS. FISH FERNANDEZ &
CIGAR STORE Shivering with chills one moment and '' Super Freezer ( COMPANY COMPANYFishTurtleCrawfish GONZALEZDry
burning with fever the nut-that.s one 't
1 of the effects of Malaria.Unless checked, Faster Freezing I i "Get Oar Prices First" C1DiaC-Pre..iae
completed CURRENT!
-0- the disease" will do serious harm to your recently a I Inferior lighting =ses Sneet; Metal Work Da7on.)fnnips Foot of Front Street First Class Alterations
|, health. Malaria, a blood infection calls course in BEAUTY CUL-
for two things. First destroying the in- :' Sliding Shelves :i iF 132 Simonto St. Phone. 536 Pkrae 44 Free Delivery 92ft DITIMOB. St.eeeeeeeee.
Baseball TURE in :Miami is j'l
Daily ReturnsBy i in the blood. Second built> now associated I.
1 I fection r \ = Foot Pedal Door ........... ***
\Wireo '': up the the disease blood and to to overcome fortify against the effects further of i I'I with- Opener ) ICE CREAl1I I SERVICE STATIONSWEETING'S I DRUGS

'' attack. I II Berlin Sawyer'sBEAUTY 5 Years Performance I SCCCCe...e..eCSCCCCCCCCC
1 I Gnwe's Tasteless Chi Tonic supplies i<
Protection SERV. STA.
': both these effects. It contains tasteless ROOM
COME IN AND GET THE 1'I quinine, which kills the infection in the SHOPPE foronlyflayear Jersey Super Quality Ic. CreaaPo..icIF.dc.iclert.t Paint Jobs That Hold Up I Ejnilia Romero Prop.
blood, and iron, which enriches and' S
builds up the blood. Chills and fever I
MAJOR BASEBALL I soon stop and you are restored to health i PERMANENT WAVE II'II'I G-t Monitor Top Models dliftop Models Phone 207-W 900 Seathard St.CLEANINGPRESSING. Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service i Pbope 379 1000 Dvva! Street
I I and comfort. For half Grove's I
$ .23 down $O.OO down 1..1 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSHOE ..000 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCLUBS
Tasteless Chill Tonic: has been !sure relief
i, for Malaria. It is just a! useful,too,as a I t> and $3.23 a month ** and $2.00 a month I I Ij' SHOP i
CIGARS, CIGARETTES, general tonic: for old and young.Pleasantto Reg. $10.00 Waves $7.00 ....e.eo.eeee.eeeeeeeeeeVOGUE i ee....................CC I'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFor

SOFT DRINKS, 'I take children.and absolutely\Get a!bottle harmless.at any Safe drug tope Reg. $7.50 Wave. .. 6.00 I I The Key West Electric Co. CLEANERSI. I O. K. SHOE SHOP I Recreation Visit

ETC. store. Now two sizes-SOc and $1. The j Reg. $5.50 Wave .. 3.00 J. Calleja, Prop. i lutaBt Shod Repairing- I THE NAVY CLUB
$1 size contains IV times as much as the
SOc sue and gives you 25% more for I[ Salts Cleaned and Pressed 35c.1 Repairing Shoe* Our Specialty' l Green. St. Opp. Wester Union

jour money. 1 Day Service-Next Calaaa CUb, 608 Daval St. Joe Moadal, Pp. Y...AT.. W.Uom.PXGE .

-- --------- ---