The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 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
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Ajwociated. Press Day Wire ,. _Key West_Florida, has_, thtf

Service b '" Wczt (Ctttcn 1 I most equable weather in the

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

L Best Interests of Key West range of only Fahrenheit

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Political Parties Still Search .,TEXAN,. rIIIS'II"'RESUMES' FIRST. PLANE IN MAIL SERVICE DUE I Wars May Come But Ethiopia Hopes \


For "Best" Convention Spots
JASPER. Tea., Sept. 25. Mail service by plane from Miami closing hour for this mail will
will begin tomorrow with the be as heretofore, 6 o'clock.
-With "lots of time" his .
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arrival, 10:30 o'clock of a Com- Oa the othjer plane mail days ; -
hand, Columbus Bilbo 82yearold -
modore 20 plane from the closing hoar will be
Party Leaders Now Becoming -INSTITUTE OF has Jasper decided county to completehis pioneer I Miami. passenger o'clock.In CLAIMED B. TREADWAY Dispute With Italy Has

This announcement was made connection with the mail

Very Much Interested MUSIC FOUNDEDIN year education ago when interrupted he had to 70 go I this morning by Postmaster Sam service the Pan American Air WILL RESIGN AS ADMINISTRATORIN Made Little DifferenceTo

I Harris who received a message ways, operating the planes, advises
In National CampaignOf to work to support his family. from J. R. Boyd, chief clerk of the WPA office that passengers Owners Of Railway
ISLAND CITYMRS. Bilbo, who says he is *
the United States Railway Mail .to the number of 10 will FLORIDA'S WPA ACTIVITIES
third cousin of Senator
Next Year Mississippi, is considered Service at Jacksonville as fol- be carried on the planes, whichare Now In OperationBy
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lows: the same type as those oper- '
aa outstanding student by
MIRIAM ILLINGWORTH "A. rplane service between ated in the plane service I
Mr7 W. D. McMillan, who passenger (By Associated Prt>sJACKSONVILLE )
Miami West has been NEW\ ORDINANCE
By HERBERT PLUMMER NAMED PRESIDENT MRS. teaches the PjERA'; adult class- and Key between Key West and Miami Sept. RICHARD C. MASSOCK
authorized for Thursdays. Fridays last winter. .
(Or A. elated Press) .s he is attendaig. His principal (By Associated Press)
Although GRILLION and Svadays, commencing Arriving last night from Mate- 25.-The Jacksonville Jour- COVERING
WASHINGTON Sept. 25.- MARY ELIZABETH studies are reading and SALE PARIS. Sept. 25.-War or no
I September 26. Plane cumbe was the office barge which
the nominating conventions SAWYER, VICE PRESIDENT spelling.He he intends to leave Miami at 9 o'clock a. was the landing depot last season nal today said that ChesterB. war, Ethiopia's only. railroad plan

I says ..... and arrive at Key West but which has been in use at Treadway Florida Works LIQUOR PASSED
of: the two major political spend the rest of his days in to operate its two regular passcnier -
10:30. Leave West 4 Matecumbe
recreational Key during the bridge
parties still are more than nine I I According to announcementmade o'clock p. m. Dispatch maximum building operations.As Progress Administrator, train a week with stops over

load of 300 pounds, soon as announcement was GROUPS OF REPRESENTATIVE
months 'away, speculation as to this morning, a Key West mmr commencing Thursday." made that plane mail service was would resign today. night, its through boat train

their I location is receiving serious I Institute of Music was founded TAX ( Postmaster Harris said to begin between Key West and His-successor, the newspaper PEOPLE ATTEND SPE- whenever there i i. a boat at Djibouti .
"for the inspiration and encouragement BOOKSAR there will be two mails out Miami, officials of the WPA made CIAL
consideration among politicians. of the musical activity .- of Key West on Thursdays in arrangements to have the barge said, will be E. A. and freight'trains as the
I i TURNED.OVERJTOCOMMISSIONERS future. One by plane for brought here. It arrived :last YESTERDAYAll
Republicans generally are of this city, not organized for profit Rynchon now deputy ad- traffic justifies
I I which the closing hour for night and is anhored in the sane
agreed that their convention city or personal gain". posting mail will be 3:30 position it occnpicl at the Florida mini trator. Italy's dispute with Ethiopia ap .;
i I >It is also explained that "it is I o'clock. The other will be by East Coast terminals: last; win places in Key West selling
will be in the west. With the i The Journal added that to now has made little differenceto
watch P. and O. S. S. Cuba ter.
this to
the purpose of group
I liquors of any kind will be forcedto
west regarded as the real battleground the musical life, to encourage I .Treadway will retain his close midnight Saturdays and I the French-owned line which

for the '36 campaign Chicago I amateur musicians to give their OTHER MATTERS HEARD AT !post as chairman of the remain closed until midnight Sundays baa not even had its carloading

best in the service of this community j SPECIAL MEETING OF LO- RECEIVE LETTERS [JEWISH HOLIDAY I according to an ordinancepassed increased by munitions shipments,
SA Louis, Detroit, i State Highway Department.His .
Cleyc.1 and to educate the public on its first reading at officials
land Minneapolis and into greater enjoyment. of the NIGHT FROM CAMP UNITS I TO BEOBSERVEDCELEBRATION resignation was said special meeting of the city council They Lope hostilities will not

will be among the cities biddingfor universal medium-music". to have been ordered by held yesterday afternoon. disrupt a traffic which had snf-

I The Key West Institute of Members of the council at the fered already from the depression. .
the G. O. P. convention. At the REQUEST TO BE MADE FOR I OF ROSH HAS- physicians, who told Tread- I
I j Music was founded upon suggestion Tax assessment books of the I I meeting were President Leo War .
present Kansas City appears to and through the initiative I FULL QUOTAS DURING HANAH WILL BEGIN AT way he must give up part of ren, J. Frank Roberts, C. C. Sy- The dinky little trains of the
county for the year 1935 were I I
have the inside track. A new I I of Commodore Matho Fridericusvon I NEXT ENLISTMENT SUNSET ON FRIDAY his responsibilities. i monette, F. F. Hoffman, Atabrose narrow-gauge line between Dji-
lOetk-Lauba H. D. W., the presented by Tax Assessor J. Otto
I I Cleare and Ralph B. Pinder. Also I bouti and Addis Ababa' night

air-conditioned auditorium with a I General Music Director of The Kirchheiner at a meeting of the I 'LARGE NUMBERS City Attorney J. Lancelot Lester,f i[ rival Europe' famous Orient Ex-

seating capacity of 20,000 pins astrategic Key West MJelody Hour i Enthusiastic letters have been With the solemnity accompanying City Clerk Wallace Pinder and a press. or an American transcontinental > -

I The provisional officers of the county commissioners held last received from some; of the white;,i a Day of Judgment the Jewish VISIT number of interested citizens. limited, for a<*,enture,
location is responsible.The PLANNING
Institute are: President Mrs.!"night. I boys at the CCC camps and a request people will observe! Rosh I Another salient item in the ordinance pKtureaquenees and. glamor wereit '

best guess now is that the I i Miriam Baker Illingworth, organist I II Present were Chairman CarlBervald'i I a quota is as being possible made or for this as county large I Hashanah, their religious New 1 1I I TO ISLAND CITY is a section which provides tourist along travel.the hard-worn routes of

for four at Holy Innocent'sEpiscopal Year beginning the evening oi
Democratic convention will be I years Commissioners Wm. R. ,during the next enlistment period that no place where I liquoris I Daylight Safety Factor

held in the east. Certain signs I Church; First Vice Porter, Braxton- B. Warren and : according to announcementmade I September 27. On this day, which I I sold may be located within 300( ). Except for th* through boat-

i President, Mrs Mary Elizabeth I II Nathan Niles: Clerk Ross C. Sawyer -I by Airs.. Nina Ryder Johnson falls on the new moon of the 7th, TWO HUNDRED feet of a church or school. Amend-i trains which *)**r the 486 miles
that the "new deal" is slipping in+I Grillion Sawyer, organist at the William V. Albury I : social service director of the;:!!moon of the Jewish calendar, each i iI ments covering this features and of the line's entire teth I In 27
Attorney ,
I First Methodist Episcopal Church; FERA in Key West. .I.It member of the Jewish faith,should PERSONS WRITE also that .relative*t"iife **e7, the,Itg 32 tiinx..tyfaf the *TT ***- _'
the i iI
east tbepesnocratsdubious
& Chief Bernard and I
bavejp i Second VFresident, Miss Dorothy Deputy I t-"Toe white boys are encamped!I entire 24 hours during Sundays son, it takes three day to make
about going west again I Mayfield Knowles a Music several interested citizens. I I lat Clanton. Ala., and the colored review his life for the} past year,1 ABOUT COMING TO KEY I i were offered by Councilman Sy-,. the journey, for daylight is an

I Director of The Key West Melody After the books had been accepted -,I I lads at a camp near Tallahssee. !I reflect upon his weaknesses and I WEST FOR CHRISTMASKey monette. I important safety factor on the

for their big show. i Hour; Third Vice President, Char the matter of making certain "Parents, or guardians, should give serious thought to his. duty to I I I Before this ordinance was takenup I Ethiopian line.WikMnbes .
les Roberts St. Paul's impress upon the boys selected in to
organist of lead a godly life. for consideration an ordinance have bee known
Either Atlantic City or Phila- i Church. | adjustment of assessments on the future for the CCC that they 1 I I steal the ties from under the rails
Rosh Hashanah is universalisticin regulating the sale of liquor,
key property commensurate with I I I West will probably be
delphia may get the calL The Institute the Commodore must obey and cooperate with !! torrents .
I i which was passed at the meeting and the tropical sometimes -
the losses sustained during the character. It does not com
officials, Mrs. Johnson visited Christmas day by 200 J Jt
C. O. P. HopesRepublican i explains, has commenced to function hurricane by property holders in camp ; 'I I on Monday night, was killed on its wash out track or dump
leaders arc makingno and will later invite other dis- said.The | memorate an historical event as do travelers, who will be given the I second reading. boulders on it. Hence the regular -

extravagant claims but pri-[ musicians of standing to become ,cussed.the devastated sections was 31 colored boys that left many other holidays. It is a day]t privilege of spending the holiday I I Members of the Key West Ministerial passenger trains stop be-
i Key West August 8 for CCC 1I
!4 camp
members. given over to introspection, self- alliance, from fore sundown.
I Assessor groups
vately they have high hopes of:: As Kirchheiner has are making a commendable showing in this city. I I :
I Commodore von Mjetk-Lauba : scrutiny, and penitence. several churches and representatives -: Some indication of the adven-
been all over the stricken area The of the B. W.
making deep inroadinto the preponderant it is also shown, according to managers t
will the officers of the Ethi-
present ture of railroad travel hi
of the Parent-Teacher Associations -
and is familiar with the damage to I Although a solemn occasion,
Democratic majority in Institute to the public during the the report received. j Tours Inc., today wired the ]! who were present at the I opia, as the train crawl through
property the matter of equitable "This is the first time that we nosh Hashanah is not a mourful
congress in the elections of 1936.I tenth Key West Melody Hour on adjustments in assessments was ', Chamber of Commerce ask-; meeting expressed themselves at:i desert and mountain, climbing
Thursday night.CORNELIUS. I have been able to get a full quota'i holiday. The feeling that the new could be 7,900 feet to Addis Ababa, is af-
Party strategists have looked; left to his discretion. for colored boys and we are asking 'I' ing what arrangements being gratified at the adoption of
I new life imbues all the sections relatives forded by the time table available !-
year presages two to closing
I called such -
over the records for 1934 and Before the meeting was I the state office for a still. made here for handling a, .
to order board and several with the hope that the coming on Sundays and prohibiting in Paris headquarter
districts HARRIS larger quota for the next enroll large party. The telegram was
noted that in a score or more visiting citizens discussed informally Johnson said. months will be better ones, free of I I pale within 300 feet of a school or Guns Stop At Frontier
ment j'I turned over to the housing department -
Democratic candidates Traveler the
were warned
I a number of matters of; I troubles. church. are bp
successful by a margin of 3,000 DIED LAST NIGHT vital interest to the city and its: Another name for the day is the i I II of the Key West Adi They also expressed their appreciation time tables that pare likely to
votes or lessIn one district a! future. I i ROAD ENGINEERS I Day of the Blowing of the Trum i ministration and the tour officials -' of the motion made by I!I be seized by the Ethiopian customs -
I ram's JI II Councilman Roberta which .' agent at Dire Daws, the
The the
Democrat squeezed through with The principal subjects were the: pet. blowing of advised that a sightseeing, pro- :
only 258 votes to FUNERAL SERVICES ARE BEING .I transportation situation, including: VISIT KEY WEST horn or Shofar, has the lofty purpose -, tour, fishing and bathing will be vided for eight copies of the ordinance -I first overnight stop, for the importation
spare. the Florida East Coast Railway,: of reminding men of their to be made, one to be presented i of arm sad. ammunition -
They are keeping in mind that CONDUCTED HERE I P. and O. S. 84 Ce.i highway -and ethical responsibilities. Aroused toa I I available for the party. | to each council member I is strictly forbidden without

in the recent congressional election bridges, activities of the FERA,' consciousness of the mortality of The fact that such: a' large and one to the ministerial alliance!I written permitoa' *f the gov-

in Rhode Island, the Repub- THIS AFTERNOON the WPA and .the... State, Plant COME HERE RELATIVE TO I man, and grateful for having been touring party will Spend; a day for consideration and study before i ernment. This i* more important
Board. : permitted to see the completion of I I here is another indication that the next special meeting to'than it seems, since big game
lican candidate reversed
a majority
10,000 Trend of the discourse ,was to- MATTER OF CAR FERRY I I the year that has passed, Jews will Key West is to feel no effects be held Thursday night. I hunting is the principal attraction -

of more than votes Cornelius Harris age 72. died ward devising plans,toward bringing SYSTEM "1 i give earnest thought to their moral from' the hurricane from a tourist! The Citizen was told by a member -I the railroad has had to of-
for the Democrat in 1934. at his residence 1306 Newton about a resumptIon. of those position and pray that the coming standpoint, j of the alliance that it is the I fer tourist

The G. I. P. high: command 1 street, at 10 o'clock last night activities: which have, ceased: and i year will see the end of all evil, The: visit of; 200, people to much! intention of the body to analyze!I Upon arriving at Djibouti, the

hopes to accomplish the same,,' Funeral services are being held giving wholehearted support, both Engineers of the Florida East I and the beginning of peace for West will give this city the ordinance from every angle I passenger for Addis Ababa findsa

thing in many districts that went this aternoon at 5 o'clock from materially and morally, to other Coast Railway company are in' all mankind. publicity, for, impressed with and be present at the meeting 1!' boat-train awaiting: him-ttfere

Democratic by scant majoritieslast 'I the chapel of the Pritchard Funeral activities which give evidence of Key West to determine the feasibility Regular services will be conducted this island as a resort town the:, Thursday with others who are]'I is a boat about once< << a week-or

year. Home, Rev. William Skon- nearing a stage which may mean of removing one of the''' at the local synagogue by Rev. excursionist will no doubt return ."' deeply concerned with matters I he may wait for one of the regular -

'End Of Liberalism' deen of the Assembly of God of complete cessation. F. E. C. Car Ferry system's"aprons" Phillip KristaL for another visit in additionto pertaining the administration of I trains leaving' Tuesdays and)
c ficiating. writing their friends of Key city affairs. Saturday These are made up of
to be taken to Port;
The more astute politiciansgave I Survivors are: His widow, Sirs.I West's advantages as a winter resort one car divided into first and
more than passing notice to I Annie Harris; three daughters, START HEARING Everglades and used at that point MAJOR GIBSON city. .1 second-class: compartments and
the observation made by spokesmen Mrs. A. J. Stewart, Mrs. Charles I when ferry operations begin. i w I I I HIGHWAY FERRY three or four tlri -claM car.
for the third party movement -I Patterson, Mrs. Colene Kasow The "apron" from the slip to i iI .
;I t -VISITOR HERE with wooden seats in which travel
FORBAIBONTIN the north ii is the which is to ,,
to President Roosevelt's
J three sons Graham. Murray and I :;be removed, it is said. I jI j; I i READY FOR USEThe the noisy natives.
"breathing spell" letter. f jMackey} Harris; one brother, SamE. Black porters put the passen-
An organization is in the field. Harris, postmaster of Key This is a massive unit and ;; COMES TO PORT I trer's baggage aboard the train at
weighty, and the possible difficulties ARRIVED IN YESTERDAY I I
for the purpose of creating sentiment West; one sister, Mira. Lula Mora; PROCEEDINGS CONTINUED !I I Djibouti at 68 a. m. and the
in its
to be encountered re-
for a third party and is make, twenty grandchildren five great 'I ACCOMPANIED BY MAJOR I reconditioned oversea highway -, train starts clattering, groaning
MORN. moval and Port'
ing itself felt. It is called the grandchildren all of Key West UNTIL transportation I" ferry Key West js; now berthed and swaying from the Red Sea

American Commonwealth} Political;! except Mrs. Kassow of CincinI ING 10 O'CLOCK Everglades the it is raid that, may it will convince be WILLIAM V. ALBURY I FLORIDA DUE TO ARRIVE at No Name Key and will make ,I coast across the searching desert

Federation. The youthful Rep-I tnati I Ohio and Mrs. Mora of Tam engineers THIS AFTERNOON FROM 'I trips across the 4Q mile water ga to Dire Dawa, where it arrives at
better and I
to let it remain
t I often traffic warrants. i iI
resentative T. R. Amlie, memberof pa. as as 6:10: p. m. to pot up for the.
at the terminal -
one proposed The is to be used for
the Wisconsin \ HAVANA FOR MIAMI ferry
progressive Preliminary hearing of Frank Majot- R. T. Gibson U. S. A., I I I Inlgbt.
party in congress, is its chairman.I RED CROSS FUND Balbontin, charged: with assaulton instructor of the 265th RegimentC. I I transporting/. material to Mate.! Sleep On Bsf let Cots

Amlie declares the President's the person of Fernando Camus LONG TIME LOAFER A. C., who is in Key West, arriving I rumba Key for the clean-up an V i:I The traveler sleeps. on a cot in

letter marks "the end of new deal I i For Benefit of Storm Sufferers and intent to commit murder, was yesterday on the S. S. Flo- Steamship Cuba arrived from I rehabilitation work being: carried I Ion 'I the hot station buffet until time

liberalism." 1I I On Florida Key started in the federal court room NEW YORK.-John Cavaaaugh rida,, will leave tonight on the 1 Tampa 1 o'clock this morning Persons in the devastated desiring to area.travel on the 'I''I'I '!to start at 8:35 a. m. the second

Previously, acknowledged 60.50 this morning before United States of this city is thought to hold the same vessel for :Miami. I with nine first class passengers: I those resident on daTa cigzaging climb te Awash.
ADVISORY I PeMolav Dance m."__.'."..__ 4.10 Commissioner C. Rodney Gwynn.A record for continuous unemployment. This officer, who is well knownto and seven second class for Key ferry Marathon especially learn whea the i: Arriving at Awash at S-55 p. tn.

\ Win. Mendell ...._______._.._ 2.00 number of witnesses were Arrested as a vagrant/; he many friends in Key West, West; nine first and one second Key West key will can sail by calling at: he again steeps in the station buf-

ADVISORY 10:00 A. M.Mesgre .- heard including the complaining I told thq magistrate, "I think I had came in company with Major Wil- for Havana. the accounting office of the Key. fet until he resumes his trip at
reports indicate tropical I f Total- $66.60 witness and Thomas E. Roberts my last job in 1884." liam V. Albury, F. N. G., who wasa The vessel also brought 13 tons West Administration.: I. 6:30 a. m. on the third moming-

disturbance approximately 320 who took a revolver from Balbontin member of a board of inquiry ap- of freight for Key West and one I to arrive finally at /Mis Abeba at

miles southwest of Kingston, Ja-I ll during the fracas following pointed to investigate certain occurrences ton for Cuba; 34 sacks of mail for 4:30 in the afternoon.The .
| SHIPMENT ARRIVED TODAY -FRESHFruits West aDd 33 for Cuba. I boat-trains, operated during -
maica moving more slowly attended Balbontin's attack on Mr. Camus. on the Keys followingthe Key
/ by winds probably near hurri- -FRESH- When all of the witnesses for and Vegetables hurricane. Steamship Florida is due from, JUST RECEIVED : the dry season from Octoberto
Direction the had been heard Major Gibson's visit was to Havana this afternoon and will;, FRESH FRUITS May when the roadbed more
cane force near center. Fruits and Vegetablesof prosecution CARROTS 2 bunches ... ...... 15c Shipment of
of movement is uncertain. A second Commissioner Gwynn announceda LETTUCE, each lOc meet with the officers of Battery sail 10 o'clock for :Miami. No other! ana VEGETABLES secure creep along w the nieht.
disturbance of moderate intensity all kinds recess until tomorrow morning -?-- ----------- "E", it was said and also to make trip of the vessel is scheduled their native engineers and firemen -

is central about 100 mile : Lowe's Cash Grocery 10 o'clock when two other witnesses -.\ lift's Cash Grocery his regular inspection of the personnel between Key West and Miami for GEO. PARK'S GROCERY peering to make certain with

south of Mona Passage! moving} 1117 Division St. Phone 675; are to be heard in rebuttaL Phon 29 1101 Division St. and property of the bat- this week as the ship will sail direct -. 1339 Newton St. Phono 453 the aid of a powerful headlight
west northwestward. tery. from Miami to Havana. that the tracks are clear



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: Sep Citfeeti THE DANGER OF WAR I You Just Can't Satisfy Everybody!

t-Published Dally Except Sunday. By F I TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1Temperature 1 I

THE CITIZEN I- P.AAT.: : PUBLISHING.. rreMe.tJOE CO. INC. Speculation as to the possibility of a .. .
ALLE-1. A. Baslaess MaaacerKrom between
war and been
Italy Ethiopia has
The Citizen Ualldlag
... Corner Greene and Ann Streets replaced with certainty in the minds of I Highest ..._. ...__.____87 f showers extreme p south'n the portion east cet and in

Oaly: Dally: Newspaper In Key: Weat and Monroe Lowest ... __..... ...78 Jacksonville to Florida Straits!:
County.Entered most observers. Before the meeting of the I Mean ..::::_,::. :::::= .... :.==::. __ Moderate northeast or et winds

at Key' F ftreat.'F'i'' Florida.-S'XTH as 1EAH t road class matter" assembly of the League of Nations prac- Normal Mean "'.___......'__._.._-.82 I fresh at times off the coast over I

Member. .l the Asseelete Pre.. tically every other country followed the Rainfall north rotwn and partly overcast
.The Associated Press Is exclusively: entitled to are r"j Yesterday's Precipitation: T. Ins.heather tonight and Thursday
for,rt-.iS catio. of all news diso- cues credited to courageous leadership of the British and Normal Precipitation .... .26 Ins. with scattered showers.
otherwise credited in t- ,a paper and also .
it ir ...
_tb. local news published betaNATIONAL publicly condemned recourse to war by ...TkU..& mt versed ft .Xrk evvers tht UP. .- r.raf.g.Tooorr eerl.l. East Calf: }I"erathcalt
Italy. Ikd YS' .w'a Atssansc j'or east winds nad partly overcast!

-, IHICRIAL) The British Sun rises ..... ...__.__.____. 6:17 a. m. weather tonight and Thursdaywith
know in
J.I ASSOCIATION, that the eventof I SUB sets ................ .. 6:19 p. m. a few widely scattered show-
<=/T I 9.J: 5 such League coercion the brunt of the MOOD rises ...__........... 5:111 a. m. era.
_.. ..-- '- \DSCIUP'r.: .... IiaE$ matter will fall upon the British Navy. e.'r I I Moon sets .._..n__'__ 5:3 p. an.i .J
SIt(-MonthsfbVe i.---.r---.u..m_........_.....- Quietly during the past three or four i Tomorrow' TidelI ;
"Months 110"1 A.M. P.M. Meager indicate that the.
i>ne Month_ -...-.__. _. weeks British warships; in the vicinity of 5 0 .I High ooo_._ ,_.-. 9:07) 9:0-9 I! tropical disturbance reports was central
Weakly _- ------ : < P jc __ ...__._...
"- ADvrRTZrlira RATES the Suez Canal and the Island base at Low "" 234 2;58 this morning approximately 32*
known apJJI bon. Barometer 8 a. m. today miles southwest of Jamaica
Made on Malta have been steadily increased so that \ I Kingston.
SPECIAL KOTICK ; Sea level, 29.93.WEATVIEK : moving more slowly, attended
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution .f the British probably now have a naval
respect, obituary: notices. etc.. will be charged for at FORECAST I by winds probably near
the' rate of !' cents a llae- force in the Mediterranean stronger than r j hurricane force near center, and
Notiees for entertainments by chnrehes from whlah i
a revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. any other nation could bring to oppose it, (Till 8 p. nu, Thur day) "
forum and Invites discussion I! uncer-tain.
The--Citizen Is an open
.f public Issues and subjects of local or seneralIntere..t with the exception of the United States I I I Key West and Vicinity Partly I second .
but It will not publish anonymous communications. cloudy tonight and Thursday,
:. and Japan. The rumor is that France I I: tropical disturbance, of moderate -

has already agreed to concentrate its naval I I intensity, was central about
I miles south of Mona Passage
strength in the Atlantic should the British +r 6 QS' 1100 moving west! northwestwardabout -

SIDELIGHTS find it necessary to transfer most of their j 105O miles southeast of Key

fleet to the Near East. This will probablybe 4/i 1 West. .
the extent of French cooperation, in the b. r 1L2EI I Officer in Charged
; hopes that by not taking part in the actual ir. i
; Former Editor of Th. Key West Citizen i ii
punitive measures Italian'friendship' will eftj i BENJAMIN LOPEZ

In Baltimore, William Smith, Earl be saved. iti I FUNERAL HOME

Fr.g3reranda kettle of soup combined disastrously The British-Italian rivalry is just /2; ti Showers Partly Cloudy I Serving Key West

for all concerned. Smith fell about as certain to end in war as-any such s aux c;f e Z.r.w r.'obably occasional showers; mod 24 Hour Half Ambulance Ceatary Service)

through a hotel skylight landing on Frey- situation can. The British feel that .it is erate northeast or east winds Licensed Embalner
absolutely for the safety of their Florida: Mostly clou J 7 tonight Phone 696I \
the necessary 135 Night -
er, chef, who was stirring the. soup, 'Mediterranean --- and Thursday, probably local I
Empire to control the'
which was.overturned, severely scalding 1'the injury in to reflect ....... .... ........... I
Ocean Red Sea and Indian Ocean in orderto a i I
both..:.. KEY WEST IN credit! on a grown up. I. -
protect their commerce to India and i iI Today In History

Australia. England will not sit quietly by DAYS GONE BY Lieutenant Thomas' James;, commanding i ......................a* It:; MIl

Scholars of the French.Academy and allow an aggressive militarist like Happening Here Jut 10 Year. I the U. S. S. Bayspring,;: 1493-Columbus sailed from ) InV; titOIL iI}
\ has been selected to represent the Spain on his second voyage to the
Mussolini establish challenging !
have just completed their great dictionary a post Ago Today As Take f From
New World
local association of SpanishVar -loaded with honors, r
The Files Of The Citizen
along this Ocean highway. TheItalians '-
begun 50) years ago. I former editions the Veterans at the convention 'which+i this time with a fleet of 17 ships

l last word was "zut," said to be the equiv- have openly challenged the British, even will be held next week at St. Pe:I and tools for colonization1513Balboa :

alent of "go to the devil." The savants going so far as to assemble troops in Libya Charles in the Wardlow customs, tobacco house today appraiser tersburg. 'I I ffeddiqq

have added a new final word "zygonvati- (Tripoli), adjacent to Egypt, to threaten purchased three lots in the Casa i Spanish soldier-I
Editorial commtnt There explorer, first white'man to
'' the British there if they close the Suez Marina district: from the Over : seems! Ii I "TTERY each of our
qiie; :an English adjective pertaining to to Le a large ncmbcr of unfortunate the Pacific from the New World
the) cheek bone. The new work will require Canal. The British will not be content un- eration Sea Realty was company.not made The public.consid-The people who cannot get: on a mountain in Panama. i II friend will be receiving an

three or more years for printing and til this challenge to their supremacy has property purchased has a depth of credit enough to permit them living I Invitation to our Wedding; and
been answered 150 feet front and is 100 feet beyond their means. i 1690-What is called America'sfirst "
bjnding. just as Germany's gauntletin deep.fro I we want it to be the best looking invitation we can get1 .
issued,in Boston-
) Wardlow stated he will build I newspaper
the North was eventually accepted, and
"Publick Occurrences--Both
two bungalows. One home will be Big Coppitt, the northern end : Foreign i
r sooner or later the British Navy will occupied by Mr. Wardlow and the of Boca Cnica was sold yesterday ; and Domestic" a small' four-I: ,Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the

In recent years scientific researchers demonstrate that it remains dominant in other by his mother, Mrs. John by Gomez and Garcia to Mrs. Lor-I I page sheet. I very finest and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect our
have given more credence to the ,Nor- the Mediterranean. Wardlow. raine L. Schmu.-ktr for the Miami !Invitations
1780-Benedict Arnold escapedto I
Land Corporation. The purchaselincluded
wegian claim that Lief Ericson discovered Should Italy find itself involved in 10 acres of undeveloped British ship after attempt to be-! and Announcements in the Favored Styles. of 193 J.

America, which he named \5nland, about trouble with Europe Mussolini will look I Subscriptions to the small investors I land which Mrs. Cchmueker said tray country.

the year 1000. ThL: claim has now been about for allies. The most available one syndicate being organized by I[she will not develop but will be developed i THE ARTMAN RRESS
Givens and Givens are coming in by other unnamed persons 1855-John D. Rockefeller. 16, _
recognized by the United States government is the German Dictator Hitler. I!r
fast, says Robert Given Jr.. head for whom the land was ater a summer commercial course.I CITIZEN BUILDING
and the President has designated Mussolini has been very much opposed to of the business. This company is I bought. secured his first job in Cleveland i

Wednesday October 9, as Lief Ericson Germany's annexation of Austria, it is not rapidly forging to the front and I -clerk:, bookkeeper and errand 1 / .-
investors who are entering are month. -- -- -- : -
Day and invited its observance with suit- The Key West team lost the boy. at $12.50 a
beyond the realm of possibility that he satisfied that a big future awaits'I I I
able exerci&es. final game yesterday at Okeecho- ---
would be perfectly wiliing for the Ger- the enterprise.
I bee with the team of that city and
mans to take advantage of the unsettled I this brings the series to a close.! !

European situation and reoccupy certain There was no award for con-,j I The score was 13 to 1. The locals i I
A few months ago everyone was sup- territory in Northeastern Europe or South- tracts to build the boulevard I won but one ci the games. This I II
posed to display the Blue Eagle of the around the island made at the was played Tuesday. The Key I I
western Russia. Hitler like Mussolini, I., e
NRA. Now such display has been forbid- meeting of county commissionerslast Westers are leaving for home today
will sooner or later venture to achieve !! night nor for the work at Key:I and are due tomorrow.
den in the following govnoment order: I
Largo. There was only one bid for
what will be considered a conquest for his ]
"Hereafter, no one shall reproduce either the, latter project. This was from ,I Arrangements are about com-
If Hitler thinks the present sit-
for his own user for the use of anotherany the Tidewater Construction company I ,.Iete for the entertainment to be
uation makes an opportune time the dan- and the price asked was 1 given in the First Methodist church
Blue emblem issued
Eagle insignia or ger of a spreading war is greater. $305.000. No other bids for either -I i| Tuesday evening. A splendid program '
adopted or approved l/ the NRA. or any the work: at Ssddle Bunches:[ on which will appear the i Why
label bearing such Blue Eagle. or the boulevard were received. I' names of Key West's most accomplished -
TOUGH ON MASHERS The entire matter of bids and I i I II ,I''| entertainers has been arranged not bepps
awards was postponed until some'o and all who attend are assured I

An initial allotment of $5,000,000 has I future meeting. a pleasant evening. with
Those who would "ply ,the avocationof _
been made for beginning work on the canal Subscribe to The Citizen-20c
a flirt or masher" find l :opportunity A deal covering one of the fin-
across Florida, to connect the Atlantic with est pieces of Dval street property 'weekly.. GOOD .
for that sideline of activityiff town of
the Gulf) of Mexico, the total cost of whichis Wis closed today when V. A. John- -
estimated at between 100 and 150 mil- Abilene Tex., if an ordinance i passed by Eon purchased from the ElizabethJ. ,- KEY WESTCOLONIAL ; HARDWARElJ;
the municipal authorities is strictly- Albury estate the excellent piece; \
lion dollars. Several cities and towns in forced. ,. '-_ 1 of property at the %omer of Uuval J f HOTELIn .. :.* '
southern Florida have opposed the canal ,i..,fr and Fleming streets opposite the j j -I' '
Quite a number of such,regulationshave The' the Center of the Business : '
La Concha Hotel. purchase: f
project, which will decrease their importance :: '
been made in various' cities and price was not revealed by Mr. and Theater District SPECIAL hi'tll }
._as ports. to ,
Johnson but it is run
towns, but it appears that the Abilene fathers into thousands of dollars. First CJa.Fi..prfS..iLl. .

have tried hard to construct a model i I. Rat. I I

strange sequel to a Louisiana mur- ordinance covering the offenses sought to 1 Standard Roofing
I i Wallace Mitchell son of Mr. and COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
der is reported. James Beadle is serving a be suppressed. How well they have suc- Mrs. J. W. Mitchell, fell from 1m,

life sentence for the killing of James Le- ceeded may be judged by: the following velocipede yeote-day afternoon I I Cara ElevatorPopvUr

Bouef, whose body was found in a lake five extract from the law: little and fractured fellow is hU bearing left arm.up under The,''I I Prices $2.25Roll: '

:years ago. Recently Beadle's son was "It shall be unlawful for any personto

drowned in the same lake while trying to idle and loiter on any street or thor- .. i

rescue the daughter of LeBouef. oughfare, sidewalk or alley, or in any Replar Price 5275g

-- store, theatre, motor car motion picture ...

I show business! house or in the entrance or Fourth
The government profited in two wa"sI Holders Of Any Liberty
doorway of any place within the corporate
by the chain letter craze of a few monthsago I
limits of the city of Abilene for the pur-
which it banned as unlawful. Chain pose of plying the avocation of a flirt or I II Loan Bonds Are Advised To .

letter I ,
senders bought many postage masher."It. I
stamps, with which to carry*on the "easy I shall be unlawful for any man in See Us With ReferenceTo : .

money" scheme, and now the postal authorities the city of Abilene to stare at or make -, .). .'
have unclaimed letters estimatedto The New Treas- --
googoo eyes at, or in any other manner .
contain between $3,000 and $4,000 in look at or make remarks to or concerning, .
dimes and other s.lver coins which will t'-l': I
whistle at do other Financing
or cough or or any act ury
into the U. S. Treasury.Sir .
to attract the attention of any woman up- ,

on or traveling along any of the sidewalks,

Malcolm Campbell lost streets, or public ways of the city of

credit for making more than 300 nearly miles an Abilene with an intent or in a manner cal- The First National Bank of Key West

hour with his speed automobile on the salt culated to annoy such woman." South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

flats of Utah. His speed was first an-

nounced as a fraction over 299 miles an Those who want to amend the Con- Member of the Federal Reserve and of the Federal Piicoc 593 White and Eliza Streets

hour but later an error in computation was stitution should include a clause abolishingthe I Deposit Insurance Corporation I
"Yoia home.i is worthy of the best"PAGETWO
discovered which showed his. actual speedto Senate if they hope to make the idea

have been 301.3 miles. popular. ...

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.) ., lwlty renoa aaa the nurse who came In answer to her ) '- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.e.*-"-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .- .- .- .- ........
nut sway mm fdwi Banff on
liar traiUut* aisat f null? Mere? summons. I ( JOVE) Because of a lot of gays being sell re Ms Ike wn* x* rti nn bat
tcmmtfd to Edwh "Not yet You breakfast wm lie
Ttaliy*ywop. ak. sad marry waxed laved ........................ sissies and very much like lilies in : sometimes he lets hisrl). win
... here In a few minutes then when ,
CarroO and Datwt tad taken
Ia*. CI/ JA. family plattstt MtHtrfly you're had your bath It will be Um I Well it is all history now and I that they can't take it (referring too, we ch make H. very Die, in
flat k to i *. bJ to few bites) the
rw away a mosquitoe captains -
a4 Mid .. .w wind return.mtlr for Dr. Warde. am satisfied that the best man deed. Eat Mr. Taylor gars more
of the two teams have: de-:
'. M tkrr. France, sad JTdAotgra She was more than ever curious won. The choice of Water Pickle,
arin'a ftrtiftnef finally !I cided to again postpone the din- : fun out of getting into Mr. Berlin
iron dews Emily t* tin point that about Dr. Warde; so curious that Pete Nebo, Bobby Schultz, Mr.
M. cold marry Ed...... a* IA. taniray she ate all the breakfast and took 'I CARDS DEFEAT LEAGUE LOUIS WINNER Artman Young Fernandez, Earl ner match but i it yon want to you Sawyer's hair than be does out
.*( eat. ./s.-a very. barf aitaoti.a.Cbapter the bath without a protest as a i STANDINGSi Adams, Pedro Sore Wllliard Russell are at liberty to make up your own ; of golf and plenty of people think

means of passing; the time. She had [ and Jonah who picked Joe outfit and play tomorrow or Sunday Mr. Taylor took up the game so as
19 Just been settled once more In bed I. BIJCSTOCAIN I OVER MAX BAER Louis to win, was right for once. for the free meal just as you II' to give Mr. Berlin AkOrwus the

COLLAPSE'TpHI when ne walked Into the room. I AMERICAN LEAGUE Those who picked Maxie Baer to ,please. razzle dazzle now and then of a
? sleepy cierS\ at a down-town He stood for a moment beside her ON IDLE CUBS II Club- W. L. 'I W1THKNOCKOUTSENSATIONAL\ {{ win and were disappointed were: I Thursday afternoon on account .f
betel, looked mildly astonished bed looking soberly at her-an ugly. I Detroit ._............. 92 54 .630 i Lennie Licata. CoL Doughnuts, Our personal glimpse today will that is the only time when Mr.

!when Emily asked for a room. He broad-Ebo Idered little man with a I I II New York -._._..- 87 59 .596 Felo Rodriguez, Roy Hamlin Ber- be about a guy they call Pete when I Sawyer feels that he might get a,

hesitated a moirent.then succumbed big head. Then he grinned a sloW'I I' I Cleveland .._,_....._. "78 70 .527: lin Sawyer, Stag Stickney and Os- : no part of his moniker is anythinglike I few minutes peace and quiet.
grin that began with his mouth and .
( to the quiet elegance of her clothes spread gradually to a .lot of little I I GIANTS WIN TWO GAMES;! Boston ---.. 76 74 .507 DETROIT MEG- car Pita, who guessed wrong once that. And the gentleman re-i Mr. Pete Taylor shoots a same
and luggage. I in his life. Now will sit down ferred is Mr. Charles in the 50's except when he gets
to but
wrinkles at the corners of his eyes. '' YANKEES DOWN SENATORS,Chicago _..._.___._ 71 76 .483' ROUNDOF !
"If anyone asks for me." said the Emily smiled back secure In the and wait for the Braddock Louisgo better known as "Pete" Taylor.. excited and then he is liable to
..__ 66 83 .443 '
young woman who had registeredas knowledge that this doctor could I[ TO COP SIXTH STRAIGHT Washington SCHEDULED 15-ROUND next ;year. 'Bet that a half dozen people in' take maybe eight or nine on one

Hiss Felton. am not registeredhere. probably do something about the I II I St. Louis _____ 63 84 .429 I' BOUT LAST NIGHTS town don't know how he got that hole and sometimes he say be took

." horrible mesa she was In.He looked VICTORY Philadelphia _'_' 56 89 .386 !name but I found out about, 10 more than he could count up to.
We will try to guess who will I On those holes he marks X
.!. on
The clerk's yes widened then like the sort of person who went ;years ago when he and I were in
narrowed. -"Very well" he said at through life getting people out of I I : win the world series and after ,the same show over at the old Garden -] the card which makes a very nice
NATIONAL LEAGUE < .**lal t. Tae dtlar.) that we will try to pick the best f to read. He then
Lot messes of different kinds. (5pretat The ) i theater. It seems that every: game guesses,
CIuf=: W. L. Pet I I Yankee Stadium, New York football club and then will
NEW YORK, Sept. .-"Wild we : you guess.
It might hare been the significant time he set foot on the dock where 1
look In the clerk's eyes or it might THE nurse slipped out and Dr. Bill" Hallahan wasn't wild at all Chicago _...._.__ 97 52 .651 ,I Sept.. 25-Before a one million-'I pick our Christmas suit those who .the wrecking tug is berthed that 1 I

i hare been the reaction from strata sat down, quite sociably I yesterday afternoon when he fac-i.,. St. Louis .....--......, 94 55 .631 i.i I dollar crowd of 90,000 spectators I II will buy one. I know a few who he would be in a happy frame of I I

But as Emily turned to follow the In the most comfortable chair. ed the Pittsburgh Pirates and so' New. York _._......._ 89 58 .605 '. in the Yankee Stadium, arena last I II have already made their choices in mind and when like that it is nat- PALACEAnna
uniformed back of the bell-boy shecrnmnled "You're" been rather poshing Rip the Cardinals won to gain on the .1'the series and I will give a complete ural for a guy to whistle which Neagle-Cedric Hardwick
__. 85 66 .563 night Joe Louis sensational
Pittsburgh I list of the fans and their
silently. like a puppet Van Winkle for his record. he said. idle Cubs. Hallahan allowed only I u. our friend was always doing and -in-
when the string Is released. Into a He hadn't spoken before that and three hits while his teammates Cincinnati _.______._ 6784 ...,u I Detroit negro, knocked out Max choices tomorrow. the guys on board the Warbler i NELL GWYN

pitiful little heap upon the tiled she thought that she had never garnered 11 off three Pirates hurl- Brooklyn. ....__._.._ 66 83 .443:!! Baer in the fourth round of a it I Relief or whatever it was, said: Two Comedies
floor. heard such a nice voice. Low- ers. Jim Collins and Leo Durocher Philadelphia 64 87 .424 I I scheduled fifteen-round battle. j I Tonight the Lopez Funeral "Here comes that whistling Pete Mati e.; 10-15c Night IMS

t ..-::::::'\ ''knot ed out home runs. The: Boston ......_,._.._ 26 113 .242 I I ,.Baer l lost his fight when he took J Home will cross bats with the Fire- feller again," and that, dear reader -I ;
1ut Bucs }committed thfVe.. errors, to is how Charlie to be
.. : the count of ten, on one knee a men and a very good game is ex- came
aid in the RedbirdsMl to 2 -vic- I I terrific pected.. known as Pete.
beating at the hands of
tory. ,"Wild Bill" Wn4lis fourteenth -! Kennedy and Shea. the Detriot ; : Our hero arrived in Key West I I
negro. :
game of the''\ie 1lon.-' '- He' :,. I!.l Louis battered Baer around. some years ago and being a good
little wild in -third'when 1 i So far six clubs have made their steamboat he job with
was a At Cleveland R. IL E.iat[ will Baer knocked man. got a '
being down
the Pirates score 'all IheiFruns!I,Detroit _...._w----- 7 9 2!I II ,I, twice in the third round for the application to enter the second half the Porter Dock company wherehe I' RUSSELL'SCIGAR
but in all other frames he kept the I of the Social League. They are:I is manager today.It .
Cleveland ...___14 15 1 counts of nine and four. 1
Shut-got I Lighthouse Administration Bay- he
Pittsburgh men 'kt *y> I seems that Pete says comes
two of the three safeties.. It was I I Batteries: Crowder, Lawson Baer weighed in at 210% view Park, Stowers; Cuban Club from Buffalo but somebody told
'Louis and the I and CochraJe Ilndlin and Phil pounds; Louis who was married 3 and the High! School bring' in
Ladies' Day at St. ; : may somebody else he was from a little !
J stands were filled mostly with the'I lips. hours before the fight tipped the a club. I hope that at least two ,old town near that one, named STORE0
scales at 199 U pounds.
fairer sex. I' more clubs come in. Aurora. i iI
This afternoon the Cards and I Fart Game I Anyway our hero heard about -
Cubs tangle up in the first of their At Boston R. H. E. TODAY'S GAMES ; the song of shuffle off to Buffalo'

: five game series. To win the pennant -i! Philadelphia .___._.__ 260 I will make a guess that the local where the great big boats landed ct' Baseball ReturnsBy

/11M the Redbirds have got to I Boston _._..,..._....._ 891 AMERICAN LEAGUE diamondball club will play an out-!Buffalo( and got aboard one. The
}ty sweep the series. However they I Batteries: TrueriH and Rich- Detroit at Cleveland-Auker vs. side club: beore the 15th of next I' next thing he knew he was in Key Wire
i can tie the Cubs by winning four I ards; Grove and R. Ferrelt. Pearson. month. It will go on a trip for a I,West and so we have him here.

out of five. The Dean brotherswill I Philadelphia at Boston-Blae- three game series. i On account of liking Fred AyaLi -o-

< figure heavily in this 'crucial' i, SGa.e I holder vs. Bowers. I:a lot he played golf with him. II- i COME IN AND GET THE

: series. Paul is slated to start At Boston R. H. E. St. Louis at Chicago--Andrews When a Seventh Day Adventist I used to tell Fred what a great guy RESULTS OF THE

IN eqP 4.IuilIuIi against Warneke today with Dizzy I I Philadelphia .-.- 5 13 3 I vs. Phelps. was recently fined for working on !!I 1,he was but all this on account of

taking the mound tomorrow. The Boston ........:::==._----::: 681 Only games scheduled. Sunday, F. P. Vaught of Knox-|i 1; Pete liked Fred's daughter and MAJOR BASEBALL
Cubs have kept in training for the Batteries: Dietrich and Berry; I ville wrote the judge who imposed before long it was Mr. &.: Mrs. LEAGUES0

: past two days and are in excellent j' Walberg and Ber, NATIONAL LEAGUE the fine and offered a duck as a '. Pete. -

LI1Is. shape. They need only two victories -I' I New York at Brooklyn-Two prize to any person who could I'I Well, anyway, our hero took up CIGARS CIGARETTES
to cinch the pennant and 1(i I At Washington R. H. E. I Games--Mango vs. Gumbert quote scripture which designates I golf to forget docks and decks but

:Manager Grimm is confident I New! York ..._....._.._.._.14 19 2 I Clark vs. Fitzsimmons. Sunday as1 the Sabbath day he says he plays for the foi, so it SOFT DRINKS

Warneke will put one of them on I Washington .?.____ 693 Chicago at St. Louis-Warn eke I does not make any differnce bow : ETC

ice today. I Batteries: Broach Deshong and I vs. P. Dean. Subscribe to The Citizen-20c many strokes he makes. I
".Ir anyone asks for me, I'm not registered here. The Giants won a doubleheaderfrom Dickey; Rogers and Bolton. Only games schedule weekly. Being a good friend of Ike RO.l-1
6 0 and 7 to :
was a breeze that blew pitched like Charlotte's with a the Phillies I --
curtains almost drawl that made you feel that there 6. Al Smith pitched shutout ball ..
S :.. .
horizontal.There was a crack In the was no hurry about anything in the in the opener. t -
ceiling strongly suggestive of the world. She asked: The Dodgers pushed the Bravesa
Mississippi River and Its tributaries. "What happened to me!'* little further into the cellar

There was a pungent clean smell of lIe grinned again, and she felt when they took both game of a .- .- -
disinfectants.And that whatever It was. It couldn't be twin bill from Boston, 5 to 3 and

finally there was a nurse very bad. "You're been going on 6to5. 1 t M1
whose uniform was as crisp and your battery for some time and it The Yankees won their sixth

white as the blowing curtains. Emily ran down on you." straight game in defeating the j d 'II
I ri .
addressed the nurse faintly. She knew what he meant; there Senators, 14 to 6. f .gt At- $.

"What Is this placer had been nothing to recharge It. The Red Sox downed the Ath- x : c a
The nurse's voice was as crisp "When may I get up!" letics twice yesterday, 8 to 2 and I t..r.U'I c +..
and immaculate as her uniform. "That depends. he said deliberately 6 to 5. because of three wild' Phil-
"The Lookout Sanatorium. "on what you're going to do adelphia rookie pitchers. Lefty /h leaves of Turkish IhautJ /}- '

"How did I get here!" when you get up." Grove won his twentieth game of J are strung me by me ,
You fainted at hotel last Her face went white. What would C r
a night '" '
the season in the opener. like beads {see how it is done
aid the house physician there decided she do?Dr. Warde's keen eyes never added I :
: that this was Just the very left her face."Suppose The St. Louis Browns in the picture). After the r

plate for you." She spoke cheerily, ;you tell me about it" he umn two more in defeating games to the their White won eOl-1 leaves are strung they are a a ,I ; .r ;} 'Y to
AS if this were the Ultima Thule of suggested. 'Then well know Just
all1 to 0 and 6 to 3. packed: bales {see picture) "
the nice places In the world. where we stand. tt 'v "x
14 1. ,. .
Cleveland defeated Detroit; ,
Last night Emily could remem- Emily hesitated,wondering where -sometimes as many as 1 r 7 f r ,
P f3 a S 3 .i
ber now that a great many people she could begin. to 7.The 80,000 leaves to the bale. 1 t
had been fussing over her and that "I've gathered a little of It." he summaries follow: ..
someone had made her drink some- went on. very casually as if he had NATIONAL LEAGUE ;

thing. At the memory of all.that pre- fugitive brides, for patients everyday First Game :
ceded last night her mouth quivered.The In the week, "from a ;young man At Brooklyn R. H. E. I"t +

nurse saw the quiver. "It's who has been here most of the time. Boston .._____._____......m"'_ 382 t 1 1Y
about time for you to drink thts. Ithink. Edwin would find her! Brooklyn ...._-V.............. 5 1 .
.- She gave Emily a glass with "I can't see him!" she cried. Battciies Brown and Spobr;; t ': + _
'a straw in it "You don't have to," Dr. Warde Babich and Lopez. < ---- h1' ;. ,_., :-

The next time she awoke it was asnred her promptly. "But I didn'twant *' -- i r _
'dark. Stilt,felt much stronger; able I to send him away until I knew Sec Dd 'CawAe .. J J'a 1s1-
to smile at the 'nursa. more about it Let's _
crisp and< .to go back: to the ... 41 -'
R. II. E.; _
Brooklyn I ... .
drink some broth that was hot and beginning. i. II
Boston ____ .___ 5 9 11 1' ear
melleJ very good."I i It was amazingly to tell him o-u.-- N.
about it far easy Brooklyn ..:::...___...___....._ 6 18 1 : C i t, v
think I'd better get up now- ; easier than telling her I _
she said when she had finished.. mother would have been. Batteries: Betts and Dall; Keii

The nurse smiled. -Wait until She began with the street carni- and J. Taylor.

morning. Dr. Warde would skin me val and went bravely through to the

It you got up before he said you nlghtmare; of two days ago. And First Game .

might. when she had finished his mouth At New York R. II. E. I We have on hand at all times

Who is Dr. Warde T looked grim. lie was consigning all Philadelphia; ....m__.____... 0 9 Z
The nurse's race softened and the Frances Feltons to perdition. I New York .mm_ ___..._m_. 612 0
Emily was reminded of ice breakingon "It's my fault," Emily said. "It's Batteries: Davis and Holden-;
a river in spring. "Dr. Christopher ridiculous for a person almost for CHESTERFIELD cigarettes
Smith and Mancuso.
Warde. He's one of the special- twenty-five :years old to blame anyone O
ists here. lie's the grandest doctorIn but herself for a mess like this.
the world," she added in a burstof But loving people-your family I Second Game bales
upwards of 350,000
confidence, mean-is like being caught In a web. i At New York R. II. E.

Emily began to be curious: about Even if you break the web It still Philadelphia ..._._ i 6 12 7
Dr. Warde. "When will I see him?" clings to your fingers. I New York .___.___.._. 7 11 2:
"Tomorrow morning. Now try logo "Suppose we leave them out of Batteries: Bowman and Todd; of Turkish tobacco. :
back to sleep. It." Dr. Warde suggested. They'll I Stout and Mancuso.At .
t When she woke again It was manage to worry along. Let's talk
morning, and the sunlight was a about you and what you want to denext. C c; f '>
slanting golden shaft from the window ." St Louis R. II. E. '0<.

to the floor. She felt better (Copyright. 113$. In/ Marian Sties) Pittsburgh ..__.___..._ 233 The pleasing aroma and flavor of Turkish ,

than she had in weeks. St Louis ...._........___._11 11 0 \
;" an't I get up now!" she asked T0170M.l Edwin. Barnes gets a Jolt, t.. Batteries: Lucas. Birkofer and x tobacco is almost necessary if you want ._ ( ) S
-- D
-- I Padden; Hallahan and ancey.

........................ ,l man born at River Ridge, Ala., 52 : t a good cigarette. \tk
Today's.e..e.eee..oe.e..ee BirthdaysJames years gao.Charles. ,! scheduled.Chicago and Cincinnati, not Turkish .tobacco is more costly when g .

EL Russell, noted journalist ,
take into account that have to -
and author, born at Davenport you you
Landis member of the AMERICAN LEAGUE
M. ,
Federal Securities and Exchange Iowa. 75 years ago. First Game pay 35c a pound duty, but we have to I.

Commission, born in Japan (of Dr. Charles Armstrong of the At Chicago R. H. E. .

American parentage), 36 year! U. S. Public Health Service, bornat St Louis ...___...._.._ 3 11 0 J yt have it to blend with our mild ripe homegrown /1AfetiAtf

ago. Alliance, Ohio, 49 years ago. Chicago _._-..- 031 t tI .-
I I Batteries: Knott and Hemsley;I : ._ '_ tobaccos. 1. 01 ftJ
Dr Thomas Hunt Morgan of the Prof. James II. Rogers of Yale I Tiejte and SewelL Chesterfields -milder it for mildnesswforbetter
California Institute of Techno'II economist, onetime adviser to the t. It helps make ..
logy, famed zoologist and Nobel President on money. born at Society !I Second Game helps them better taste.-///// try them. .t
born in Lexington.Ky. Hill S. c.. 49 years ago. taste
prizewinner, :
I At Chicago R. II. E. : _

., 69 years ago. I I William Faulkner author and JSt Louis ---.-- 660Chicago .

Judge John McDuffie of Ala- poet born at New Albany, Mass, ...__.___ 3 10 0 J- .- -'
Batteries i and Hemsley _. is33.lalsafr t 14rpt,baa ca SI "
: Walkt.g ,
t>ama, former j veteran congressr S3_ years ago; _ __




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................................................ RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY ........................ ......See5eee.e.aeaee.ee

WHEREAS, it has pleased the Today'sAnniversaries POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS

:-: SOCIETY : -: ARRAIGNED HERE midst Almighty, by to death remove our from esteemed our AT LONG'S STORE /

................................................. friend and teacher of the Harris ........................ YDURgVACATIDN ,
School, Mary who has :

Key West Melody Hour To Be CHARGED WITH ASSAULT for many ;yean Ingraham occupied, a prominent 1728-Mercy patriot Otis and Warren writer, Massachusetts of "It'a a long way to Tipperary" CITY ELECTION. NOVEMBER I r

AND BATTERY ON MEMQ) rank in our midst main- Revolutiohary day's, born at Barn- said O. S. Long in a niusical way 12, 1935 THIS YEAR IN :

Presented. On Thursday Night taining under all circumstances a stable Mass. Died at Plymouth, this morning when speaking! of the ........................J I
OF PLANT BOARD FORCES character and a reputation above I.FLORIOAflfuiff.
reproach. Oct. 19. 1814.,1807Alfred. long distance between the place For Mayor ,

Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock "Prelude Opus 28, No. 15". and THEREFORE, resolved, that in I where some people order furni- DR. H. C. GALEY I \

the tenth Key West Melody Hour "Nocturne in F Minor. Robert II. Tynes, colored, was thp death of Mary Ingraham we Vail, New York ture and home. I ..

will be presented in the Colonial I Another Chopin compositionwill arrested yesterday afternoon by have sustained the,loss of a friend City inventor, closely associated "If persons buying mail-order For Mayor /
furniture would /III"fI".cILl1w. llJaek
Hotel. The program is to be an Roberts whose fellowship it was an honor with Morse in the invention of stop arid figure WM. H. MALONE "\\
be ,
played by Chief Deputy Bernard Waite the of
freight drayage.
and will feature expense
outstanding one and a pleasure to enjoy; that we telegraphy born Morrbtown' N.J For Reelection
Melody organist of St Paul's Church. His charged with assault and batteryon unpacking( and refinishing and com e.vlile'a LeNl.s IWel'
"Pearls of Previous bear willing testimony .to her J. Died there, Jan 18, 1859. I I .
selection will be "Nocturne Opus : it with our prices, ninety-
Hours. a member of the plant board many virtues, to her unques- pare THE SEMINOLE+
For CouncilmanDR.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grillion 37, No. 1" and a "Valse Triste". forces and violation of the State tioned probity and
Sawyer organist of the First On behalf of the Key West Institute Plant Board Act of 1935. Beat- we offer to her bereaved pure family 1832-William Le Baron Jens price: will be the cheapest," Mr. ARMANDO COBO

Methodist Episcopal Church, will of Music, Mayor William rice Tate also colored was arrested and mourning friends over whom ney Chicago architect, inventorof Long added.
Malone will brief ad- the skeleton construction for Long Furniture Store is now For Police Justice
"Grand March" from IL give a similar charge.
play on a sorrow has hung her sable mantle, 1
Verdi's opera "Aida". "My Heartat dress. Bond in each case was placedat .our heartfelt condolence and pray skyscrapers born at Fairhaven, featuring a National Furniture T. S. CARO

Thy :Sweet Voice" and "The "Rustle of :Spring", "Preludein $200. The woman made bond that Infinite Goodness may bring Mass. Died June 15, 1907. Week Sale, in which old furnitureis itIIF

End of a Perfect Day." C Sharp Manor" and the very and was released. Tynes failedto speedy relief to their burdened being taken in as part paymenton For Captain of Police :

Gerald Saunders, choir direc- difficult "Grande Polka de Con- Ret a bondsman and is being hearts and consolations that Hope, 1841-James M.\ Bailey Danbury new ALBERTO CAMEROFor

tor of the same church will ren- cert" will be presented by Miss held pending trial. Futurity and Faith In God give, Conn., newspaper editor pioneer

der on the violin two selections, Dorothy Mayfield Knowles. even in the Shadow of the Tomb. columnist and humorist, the TO SUBSCRIBERSIf Captain of Police

"The Swan" and the beautiful Commodore von Mietk-Liuba\ Ethiopia became independent RESOLVED, that a copy of "Danbury News Man," born at Albany ROBERT J. LEWIS .
Ballet "Lea II. D. W., general music directorof towards the eleventh century, you do act receive your FloridaCKA9.
"Serenade" from the these resolutions, properly engrossed N. Y. Died March 4, 1894. "Bobby" ...
Millions d'Arlequin". At the? the Mtelody Hour, will interpret having been an Egyptian province be presented to the paper by 6:15 o'clock in tb. A human! home-like OBITER. Mmacer institution

piano: Miss Dorothy Mayfield "Calm as the Night"$ Before that. family of our deceased friend. afternoon call telephone 51 where yes will find y..r IndlvMnalient
Knowles. "Forbidden Music" and the "Songto MRS. W. P. ARCHER. 1843-Thomas C. Chambeilin and a paper will be cent toro"r SPECIAL FOR TWO WEEKSPERMANENT eo.f.rt a.. a matter *
Univ. of Wisconsin president, Noted bonne. A complaint boy of great Importance.
Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-\ the Evening Star" from the In Roman times the favorite MRS.! M. E. BERKOWITZ, : -
Univ. of Chicago geologist, bornat i. duty at this office from -0-
Liuba, who always opens the opera "Tannhaeuser". form of table was tripod.LEGALS. MRS. ETHEA! :STRICKER. oa WAVESTwo
the the Commodore Mattoon, 111. Died Nov. 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for tb. A atrel fireproof ..".'a5 lee.t..
: Hour with the Theme- During program sept25-lt 15'j
1928. of Permanent !. the heart .f tfce city
:Song, will offer the "Berceuse"from will install the officers of purpose delivering com- $5.00Better
"Jocelyn" and "Das Gluec- the Key Wept Institute of Music RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY plaint. Help us fire :you 100peret for -o-
service by eating 51 Waves, $5.00 and ap Every Room with Combination Tuband
and them in this capacityto 1847 Vinnie Ream Hoxie. not-
kerl" from the German operetta present -
ftOTICR OF MASTER'S SALE WHEREAS, it has pleased the if do not receive The Cilium MRS. MILLEROcean Shower Bath. Radio Eiectno
"Lucky Girl". the public. Notice is hereby given that under ed sculptor, for whom Lincoln sat :you Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer t
and by virtue of a certain Order Almighty to remove front our View Apt. 1 Phone 574-J Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
invitation the Com- although she not 20, born
by was yet
By request, Mrs. Miriam Baker Upon and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale midst, by death, our esteemed Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction -
Illingwortn. president of the Key modore, Miss Dorothy Mayfield made and entered on the 29th day at Madison Wis. Died Nov. 20, and individual Read.
of August A. D. IJJ5. in and by theClr.vlt friend and co-worker of the Harris ing Lamps.
Music will Knowles will act as music directorin 1914. MONROE THEATERLoretta
West Institute of ren-
Court of the Eleventh Judicial School P. T. A., Mrs.\ Ruth IOF 25tBILIOUSNESS RATES
der two Chopin compositions charge of this concert. Circuit of the state of Florida, Roberts and Young-Chas. Boyer in
in and for Monroe County In Chancery son, Clayton, a pupil o IIsgsTN
.- -- in a cause therein pending who has for many years occupied 1855-William S. Benson, ad; SHANGHAIJames Rees, Private Bath --. *:X.e
I .. .. .
Ite Rooms, PriVate B.I. 20M
wherein tiff and Miami James Bank Farrington& Trust is plain-Company a prominent place in our midst,I miral-in-chief of naval operationsin Cagney in I 4. Reams. Private Rath _. .-..
Announcement 1 Victor Lars-en also known as Miami Bank maintaining under all circumstances the World War, born at Macoh, THE IRISH IN US I 24 R**_.. Private Balk .&..
_.. ....
01 MarriageA I Host At Party and organized Trust and Company existing, a corporation under the a noble character and a Ga. Died May 20, 1932.Today's I Matinee Balcony lOcf Orchestras : I.aLIGHT Semple IXTRKASE R Print.FOR Bath DOCBLHOCCI7PAKCT

C.laws E., of Butters.the State Jr. and of Fern Florida Butters and reputation above reproach. I ........................ 15-20ci Nifntt 15-25 J
resolved that in
wedding announcement that!I Victor Larsen, of the FERA recreational his wife, are defendants Foreclosure I --- .--
division, was host at a of Lien of Tax Sale Certificate the death of Mrs. Ruth Roberts: Horoscope
will be of interest to their many!I the undersigned Special i
and son; we have sustained the loss
friends in Key West is that of I I radio party held last night at Bay- Master In Chancery will offer for whose .....eee......e.........
view Park,' with more than 200 i, sale and will sell at public outcry of a parent and pupil !
Miss Lone Lowe, daughter of I present for cash In hand, to the highest and friendship it was an honor and a, The native of this day will possess fYdHJinlled
M'r'l guests bent bidder at the front door of the 'I
i M
and Mrs.\ Walter J. Lowe, of The guests arrived early and i County Court House In Monroe pleasure to enjoy; that we bear] a high order of intellect, capable -
County Florida, in the City of Key to their of investigation into the most
Ashe street, and Hartie Fleming,I heard a fine program of talks, i West. Florida, during the legal willing testimony many 1 I a j)0ritACCEPTING '
virtues their : recondite sciences. The of
to unquestioned
songs and musical numbers and hours of sale on Monday the 7th powers IMITATIONS
of Ft. Lauderdale. The ceremony concluded the evening by hearingan day of October A. D. 1935; the following probity and pure life; that we offer inspiration and intuition are well-
was performed in Ft. Lauderdale described land situate lyingnd to their bereaved family and blended, especially religious and
Baer-Louis on
account of being In the County of Monroe To ate the oripnal Davis 100% FaN PtCnl
Friday night. fight. State of Florida to-wit: mourning friends over whom sorrow -; philosophical lines. Avoid any tendency Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. FCtBTPADTfTHEtiRDAVlSCa :

Mrs. Fleming had as her only! in All Section that part Twenty-nine of Lot Two(U(2)), has hung her sable mantle.' to melancholy, and take i looh. for Davis 100% Pare Paint ha ofttn ken IWI,

attendant her Mrs. JohnD. : Las Olas Beach. He is a mem- Township Sixty (i0) South. our heartfelt condolence and pray much outdoor exercise, to ward off i sa .v.r imitated but never JaplicmteJ. o.e"rrr.r..a=
ber of the Tarpon baseball team. Range Forty as follows(to): East Commencing described -- that Infinite Goodness may bring the possibility of religious mania. 1 this Label, Davis 10% Pure Paint conforms with) -" =:::
Stephens and Mr. Stephens at-
Immediately after the cere- at a point 9 chains and SO speedy relief to their burdened ; II aH pare paint Laws and It the only paint :5.--

tended Mr. Fleming. meny the couple left for a brief links South of Northwest corner hearts and inspire them with the YOUNG GIRL TAKES IRON boSptSaPAINT that carries a guarantee of, purity.< == .
of raid Lot Two (2) in Section ..
Mr.\ Fleming was formerly a: wedding trip in South Carolina. Twenty-nine (%,). Township consolations that Hope in futurityand :
resident of Greenville, S. C.. and On their return they will make Sixty (60) South. Range Faith jn God I give, even in the GAINS TEN POUNDS Cook for this Guarantee the Labet.E .
Forty (U) East, and from the
came to Ft. Lauderdale five years I their future home in Ft. Lauder- said point run South 17 chains; Shadow of the Tomb. Bertie Grove age 12, was badly!I W.bsvea < tiaa wnh.ny other haM"" nsf aursrdn.w.rlumom.
ago. lie is a boatswain's mate thence run East 25 chains to the RESOLVED, that a copy of underweight. After taking Vinol' All our rrod.w an m..U by m te Bckwon ..>4 ...... ,-..( Drain_ly,

first class at Coast Guard Base I dale.Their many friends in Key waters thence run of the North Atlantic and along Ocean the; these resolutions properly engrossed (iron tonic) she gained ten I I /898 BALTIMOREMH

Six in Ft. Lauderdale, located at West wish them much happiness.' waters of the Atlantic Ocean 17 be presented to the familyof pounds. It gave her appetite and'I

chains bolt which more Is or due less East, to of an start-Iron our deceased friends.In rosy cheeks. Children like VinoLJ G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streets

Ing point; thence run West 25 behalf of the Harris SchoolP. Oriental Pharmacy. [
........................ r .e...................... chains more or less, to the T. A. .
starting point; together with all -
commonlaw riparian rights MRS. w: P. ARCHER,
CLASSIFIED I PERSONAL MENTION taiaing.thereunto belonging or apper :MRS :M. E. BERKOWITZ

........................ Dated September 4th. 1135.WILLIAM MRS. ETHER! STRICKER. .
V. ALBURT. sept25ltBumsteadsWormSyhip %

COLUMNa I' A. G. Garcia who was in Tampa \\. CURRY Special HARRIS.Master in Chancery

..... for a visit with relatives returned Solicitor for Plaintiff.

SALESMEN WANTED on the Cuba this morning. aep4-ll-18-2S; ocU FIRMS

... .....
NOTICE: OK MASTER SALE; 'T.' ebadr .a. eI. .wrsl Wbs sihwtl..s
NOTICE IS HEREBY that are followed.FAILS. IT Nt.1t&
MEN WANTED to sell Mutual Mrs\ G .Hamlin arrivalon GIVES Br.pn..orelty and es rrso
; was an
under and by virtue of and pursuant Mut *f HANTONTN. H _t.l_ f.U dm5.
Life Insurance. Maximum benefits -I the Cuba this morning for a to that certain decree made Wood slats TMU*' t_. sold everywbwtft
from $250 ta $1,000 at and entered on the 15th day of br _0. Me a bottle. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemPXGE
from : month stay with August, A. D. 1935, by the Honor- Tat C. A. Ymheea. JL ''DJ'IaUad.. \
50c to $1.25 per y
able Jefferson B. Browne. One of hMn
subject to provisionA in policies. the Judges of toe Circuit: Court of
Ages 10 to 65 years. OP- Juan La Nuez left on the Cuba the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of I
Monroe County Florida In Chancery -
ERATING UNDER SUPERVISION this morning,: for a visit with rel-I I in that certain cause therein
OF INSURANCE DE atives and friends in Havana. pending wherein E. A. Strunk, Jr.I I
is complainant and Burbank RealtyCompany R 0 S
PARTMENT. Liberal commis- a corporation organised TYPEWRITING\ JOHN c. PARK 1FT'SYou'll
"sions to Agents. Writ for par- under the law of the State
'Mrs. Harold Baker of Southard I ida and Gato Real Estate
ticulars. MERCHANTS' & street, accompanied by her uncle, provement Company, a OfoFlor-1 PAPER find out how FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY
BANKERS GUARANTY CO.,I I I in I II organized!' and existing good it is when you try CASH
I I Rufus Johnson were : laws of the State of 328 SIMONTON ST. i
501 Hildebrandt Bid?., Jack I I the city yesterday on the Steam-1 defendants, the undersigned Special the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY
sonville, Fla. sept2l-3tx Florida from Miami. Mr.1 Master in Chancery. appointed by 1101 Division Street
ship said decree will offer for sale and
Johnson was injured during the sell at public outcry to the highest 75c P L U 1 BIN G LARGO 18c;
FOR RENT hurricane at Matecumbe, and was bidder for rash, at the front door r..1b PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
of the County Court House in Key ,15c.
taken to a Miami hospital for West. Monroe County, Florida, on fiVn"k '1.lu;
FOR RENT-5-room furnished treatment. His friends will Monday. October 7th. A D1135 Package of 500 Sheets and Fancy
many ; Staple
apartment. Laundry tubs and (same being a rule day of said i "Roastn Key West Ly SOUTH FLORIDA
be pleased to learn that, h< is raptly court and a legal sates day) DURO PUMPS ...: v
garage. 514 Margaret\ street. recovering from the injuries the legal hours of sale, GOOD QUALITY BOND '. Grocene.PLUMBING .
Phone 1S2-M. septlStf tween 11o clock In the durln"l STAR CbFFEEMILL '
sustained.O. and 2 O'clock in the PAPERAlJTMNPRESS SUPPLIES !, NURSERY
said day the following '512' Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED property to satisfy said decree of
APARTMENT.. Con- D. Riddle, auditor for the payment of the amounts therein I I PHONE 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
Florida East Coast Railway is in specified: -THE- PHONE 597
veniences, porches. 519 Eliza In the City of Key West
beth street. Apply 523 South I Key West on business and will known as Lots Eight (8) and ]
leave tonight for Miami on the Nine (I). of Square One (1) of I
ard street. sept4: Tract Twenty-seven (27), according I FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Florida.H. to Martello Towers < SELECT SEA -
FURNISHED APARTMENT. with I Subdivision; plat of which sub- (I INSURANCE
division being recorded in Plat Citizen Bldg.PHONE Jewfiab, 2 lbw 35c
Box. Archie Thompson ,
Electric Uook I, 140 Monroe County THE KEY \WEST
L. Peet and J. P. Hedwall, page
1001 Eaton street. Phone] Florida Records. III 51 Yellowtail I Steak, Z lLa. 35c
auditors of the Van Noy Com-
879-J. sepUlmoxlPIANO RAYMOND R. LORD.Special Yellowtail o. Bose. Z Ibs. 2Sc Office: 319 Duval Street Q'
pany, arrived on the Cuba to check Master in Chancery. ,
TUNING I the local business at the railroad WIL Solicitor II. MALONE for Complainant. Groper 2 lbh 2Sc SUNDAY STAR

terminals, operated by McCurdy aug28; aept4-ll-lS-25 I Swapper 2 IL. 2Sc

PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-I Mora. _._-- -- Mutton Full 2 lbw 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.1

reno. Excellent piano for sal SubseriP tiun$2 Per Year

cheap. 101S Division streetaug26lmox I PIMPLES FRESH SHRIMP.West -THE-' Try Yr M1e At
Large Select! Oysters Key Only Sunday

from surface condition,, Fresh Crab Meat ia t6 ca. 6Sc Paper Delmonico Restaurant
I need not be endured. It Is A Long Way DELIVERY PORTERALLEN
ROOMS Make your skin clearer FREE ,PROMPT Business Office Citizen B.d..lser E.ee ___ rte

THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled .I and< smoother with LOWE FISH COMPANY Building SI& Course DI..er.e----
: r soothing COMPANY ;
in price and location, ResinoL To Tipperaryand PHON 151 PHONE 51 --- 50c. 7te4 sad lie
running water. 128 N. E.

street, Miami, Fla. aug26lmoxFOR

it is also a long way as well as expensive between -
SALE i. '
the place order furniture and Reputation WrapPRITCHARD
your ,
t. you u. .?...... ...... B. D BOER
FOR SALE-Penu.n" kittens. Assorted your home. If you will Include the expense of pod in package JENNIE

co:ors. 1405 Petronia NEW YORK freight, drayage, unpacking and refinishing if lTb. ; FUNERAL HOME

street scpt24-3tx necessary, to the cost price and compare it with i r

OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two and BOSTON I our prices, ninety-nine time out of a hundred our I as Watch P. R I N TIN G D1galfl.d S.patJa.t -

bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office price will be the cheapest and you will have the D c.art..y'I
From West alternate Friday
oct16 Key ; satisfaction of seeing what you are buying. 'I 0octot DONE BY US
.. From New York distaste Tu.I ..-! NOTARY PUBLIC

SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.y I days I Iy I II i Attend our National Furniture Sale and 'I WATCHMAKER JEWELEl'THE LICENSED EMBALMER
The Artman Press. aug?I From Boston alternate Satarllay.1 j LETS SWAP that old furniture for something AND ENGRAVER .

I. A.balaa. .. Suttee -
Ale* EW ORLEANS to : new.LONG'S. See Him For Your Next WorbtIJTM4J PRESS
CARDS 100 .
PERSONAL printed Alienate ".*...4ay Arrive
cards, $1.25. The Artman Key Wed .eevad day r.1I.wt.5.CLYDEMAllORY. ALL PRICES REDUCED

Press. anjjl Hr.1 9 t. 12--1 to 6 Citizen Blilt LADY ATTENDANT Citizen Office
TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 .Jinu Ope. Saturday Ifl.llta PIa... I4S N.c.r sleepI

sheets, 75c. The Artman Press,I I E. !SMITH.West Aftmt.Key .

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