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 26, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00309
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Additional WPA\ Projects For COURT CONVENEDFOR FIRST ,PLANE INAUGURATING MAIL Attention Centers Mediterranean As


Key West_ Are c Given !Approval TRYING 2 CASES:,PLANE SERVICE-- -. With the-arrival of a England And Italy "Take" Precautions


Items Include Street Improvements BOAT OWNED BY RECESSED SESSION STARTED commodore plane of the BELIEVED FAVOMBLENE\VSFOR\

THIS MORNING: TWO MEN- Special ( The (:Ulna) Miami-Key West Airways halo Ethiopian Situation

Repairs To H. KEY STOLENFROMMOORINGS IRES OF JURYMEN DRAWN West MIAMI was,connected Sept. 26.-Key with the Inc., a few minutes after SEWERAGE\ SYSTEM NEAR AT HAND Causes Great Powers To

Buildings And Other Activities FOR PROCEEDINGS
{) ,, world again when a twenty 10 o'clock this morning, Exercise Keen JudgmentIn

I passenger airliner took off mail service by plane between When are we going to have MISS JAMES HASENTEREDCOLLEGE Manipulations
At a recessed session of criminal some news about the proposed

VESSEL WAS WELL STOCKED court this morning: with Judge J. from the Miami International Key West and Miami \ sewerage system? This questionhas

(0, Aaaorlated Preu) WITH PROVISIONS AND AL- Vining Harris presiding; and all officials Airport this morning 9 was started. been asked a number of times ..
JACKSONVILLE (Rr Anrl tf Pre s)
Sept. present, two venires of I the several weeks, but -
during With
SO GASOLINE FOR TRIP TO o'clock The craft past I tension increasing steadily
with mail, express and flying brought
26.-The following WPA jurors were drawn from the box! The Citizen can only say that it is ARRIVED ;;
WEST COAST for the trial of two alleged' offenders -i nyse passengers, inaugurating 292 pounds of first class also awaiting news on the sub- between 11,|, and th* British em.
projects in Key West have
I who were arrested this I EVENING ACCOMPAN. pire a* the Italo-EUiiopian situa.
regular tri-weekly mail, and baggage ject.Looking
been approved by President week. a .enic. express over the files of The
Harold Key this and Citizen for the 1923 there tion draws rapidly to a climax,
morning One of the accused is Beatrice with a round trip Thursdays nine passengers. On year
Roosevelt; ed to the sheriff's office report-I II was found at the head of the editorial
Improve of his launch, "Legion," Tate charged with assault and Fridays and Sunday*. <. the, list were: B. C. Papy column a list of needs for the great powers center interest
Emma. Flemingand
from its moorings some time during -i battery and violation of the state Key West and the first line reads Thomas James received a oa the Mediterranean From Gibraltar
The service is being operate. James Hall, Jack Higg&,
Thomas streets, $3,308. last night. i plant board law of 1935. The oth- "Water and Sewerage". That telegram last evening announcingthe

Improve intersection State Mr. Key yesterday afternoon at- er is Robert II. Tynes, who is ed by the Miami-Key WaiL Albert Baker, William B. line has been appearing con-: arrival of her daughter. Miss to Port Said stretches
tended the funeral services of his tinuously since then. Hence, results
i charged with the same offenses. Josephine, in company with her England's 'life-liae of the empire '
Road 4A and Roosevelt wife's father Henry Adams, and Airways, asing by special arrangement Lawton Claude Albury, must be near. I
aunt Miss Anna Corcoran in
in the evening spent the time with I They are both colored. regular Pan Arner,, Harry Albury and Bert It is known that engineers compiled -! Washington D. C. ," the strands linked by the
Boulevard $1,952. his sorrowing family. Names of the regular venire of the data for these projects I
I While at home some miscreant 18 jurors are: Edward }Fernandez Scan Airway ships and.crews. Griffin. and took the same to Tallahassee Miss Josephine is the daughterof ;important islands of Malta and
Improve Thompson street I Captain Thomas James, JJ. S.
miscreants stole the launch several weeks and that the
or Paul ago Cyprvs. Italy's
I R Monsalvatge, George II. Nand Mrs. James and left on Sicily eatending
$4,964. I from !its moorings_and up until matter of sewerage has been presented -
Saunders Jr., Joseph W. Thomp the S. S. Cuba Monday afternoonfor
almost from tL. too of tho boot
this afternoon no signs of the boat I at Washington. to
Improve I sun, Louis Maloney, George AI-, the capital where she will enter -
County High had been seen. Also it is known that for come
I II" '
bury, Jerome Perez ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS freshman at within btocading distance
J. P. McDer i a a Georgetown of the
The launch had been stocked by t time John A. C. Bogart, assistant
School building $6,584. mott. Wm. H. L. Visitation College.
Collins Eugene I"
the owner with provisions and to Chief Engineer II. S. Riddle
i coast of Africa, provide a
Roberts, Alfred .-. Knowles. Raymond Graduating last May with honor power
Sponsor contribution $1- about 150 gallons of gasoline pre- -1 of the YPA in Elonda. has been I
G.&brer E. W. Manuel Harry from the Convent of Mary Immaculate. lid threat to Mediterranean skipping
paratory to making a trip to the I Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend in Key West for some time follow-
I Lester Gideon B. Miss James was valedictorian
Curry, -
496. Ralph I
west coast. It was securely moor- I Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual National in;; his return from Tallahassee to aod from tho east. For
Finder, Benjamin Curry and II. T. ; 'I of her class and received
Improve Nelson English ed and could not have possibly I Roberts. I and International Problems Insep- where' he took the sewerage pin* the Alumnae gold medaL She was days, the British admiralty has
gone adrift, it was said. and is apparently awaiting some I
Park, $12,877.There Those on the special venire of arable From Local Welfare news of importance. 11:also l a music pupil at the Convent bjeen concentrating Mal strength
18 are: Henry A. Sands, Bernard t School of Music where she was
Taking "this that and the in tho Medit.rr...... BOOOB do-
are various other AIRMAIL STAMP I Vidal George F. Pierce, Robert' other" into consideration, it is believed I studying piano and mandolin. She

Maddox Samuel McCImtock, Louis, Congress has adjourned, and a In his article, Mr. Wallen that the time is near when I!I I was a member' of lal.ear's grad- leases have closed the harbors at
projects for Key West nowj :Caraballo, Harry M. Baker, Charles II|I nating class and received her
has Wash: makes another ob !
NOT great quiet come over very important announcement will be made from Gibraltar and Malta.A .
being considered by the NECESSARY1 i I Culling ord. Claude II Roberts,I Ii ington. Theoretically, the politic-J, servation. At the beginning of Washington, that the project for.dolin.diploma and gold medal for man
i J. S. B. Roberts Edward Rabagnj, 1 the Roosevelt administration large number of British war-
installation had
Florida WPA organization, Teddy Kerr, Charles A. Ingraham, al "openseason"_ has ended, and j I I many persons backed the President -I sewerage been approved system and funds "I1olted ships have been .BtaMavenag off
NOT REQUIRED ON LETTERS;J. R. Villareal, David M. will not begin again until the next '
which will be sent later to I Ogden Congress which will convene with I and at the same time were'I'I for the work. ANNOUNCE DEATH Alexandria. Deft M* at tike vitally
NOW: BEING SENT OUT I I I. George 11. Lowe, Henry F. Saun-II the start of the new year. Actual i against Administration measuresin Just when this will be The Citizen I important Suez ea *i have been
President Roosevelt for his ,.: ders and William Mendell. general. In other words they augmented by MUlet
i is not in a position to state. Eaflttsh
I FROM KEY WESTNo Judge Harris advised that the Iy, however politics never ends: -- !liked the President, and I It OF ELMER GRAY ships. It is that Great
and during the brief they may be a month, a week or it i I niniorea)
approval. I 1 l venire is returnable' tomorrow I "breathing spell" present between blamed others for Administrationacts may be within the next 24 honrn.. t I Britain alto M ewacesrtratiag aerial

I -. !morning 9:30 doek.I sloe, laymen and publicists ses.1! : -and. policies, they believed However*_Th**.,.Crttacn-' k. eoi-t I forrw j n y -j*.t* J'ber ..-
I f
COMES I airmail inimical to the national welfare. DECEASED I Mediterranean Premier
FLORIDA stamps are required are spending most of their vinced that it will be soon WAS FORMERLY POTOCTMOBS. -

I on letters being sent out MRS. 0. VELASCO speculating on what is going to Newspapers followed a similar MANAGER OF TELEPHONE Mussolini has divided the
from Key West, unless the sender I course. When the President's Italian naval forces inU) Adriatic
IN FROM HAVANA happen in next year's campaign
desires the letter to be sent by and the campaign of 1940. '! popularity line hit its spring' low MRS. ALFONSO COMPANY IN KEY WEST and Mediterranean commands

airplane after its arrival at Mi. DIED THIS MORNING Principal question "at issue is 'of 21, Mr. Wallen says, "this ap The latter according to well-informed -

ami. Then an airmail stamp is this "What changes, if any. have I! parently was the first time President DIED YESTERDAYFUNERAL sources, ha* been put in a
STEAMFR LEFT FOR MIAMI 'necessary. I r i Roosevelt and his Administration ]j position to strike in the sea area
occurred in the status of Roosevelt W. S. Eakins is in receipt of information
i Airmail service is just an emergency I FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE : had come to stand for the I I separating, southern Sicily from
popularity since 1932t" Byway from Tampa announc-
I, measure and was authorized I ,same thing in the editorial opinion 1 Tunis. To tfae -.ith. Ethiopia
almost :tl
I of answer, you can get SERVICES ARE ing the death of Elmer W. Gray, '
PASSENGERS by the postoffice department following HELD HERE TOMORROW I of the United States." TO.I I 'ho.Vb continiies pftpSraUcnw to resist
J anything you want. It is a human I| well-known in. Key
the curtailment of trans AFTERNOONMrs. frailty, shared alike by Republicans -I The drop in the President's BE CONDUCTED THIS West: Mn Gray was at'one t,tnemanaier inrasioS of:Italy trees Eritrea
portation facilities due to the popularity as a statesman- I 'and Itahaif Sofaalriawg. England
and Democrats, to regard a of the local Telephone 1 I!
Steamship Florida arr:red hurricane. j I thing as being true simply because which is a very different matter AFTERNOONMrs. Company, and was also prominently j watches the devefownenta with
yes-J !
terday afternoon from [, \ I When the situation was presented -I you wish it were true. As a result than his popularity as an in- identified with religious" work'I apprehension for the effect sucha
\ Orilla Velasco, 57, died
to the postal authorities dividual-has given unbiased I and civic struggle might have on the Sudan -
political opinions on activities during
with 55 passengers for Miami and arrangements were made to secure this morning 10.30 o'clock in the campagins must be weighed exceedingly I writers the belief that the GOP Concha Garcia Alfonso. 68, his residence many here. I,i, and Egypt and on the nativesof

sailed 10 o'clock last night for } i the services of the Miami- residence at 1207 South street carefully-they are dictated has a chance-even though remote died yesterday afternoon 5 o'clockin t The following account of his''' her:.adjacent colonies of Kenya

ami with 97 passengers. I Key West Airways Inc., and tne Funeral services' will be held tomorrow almost entirely by partisan; -.to win in 1936, if it, puts I Mercedes hospital. Funeral I I death is reproduced from one of I|I I Uganda and SODIZIIIIII4.I .. .

Schedule of the 'Honda Ii-I I first plane arrived today. I I i afternoon 4:30 o'clock, bias.! The Democratic spokesman the right man forward. And thereis ,I services are to be held this afternoon -:|the Tampa newspaper: I Stands Ready To Act
I The above in !from the chapel of Lopez Funeral a great problem. The Republican I 5 o'clock from the Lopez i I Great Britain has told the
cates the next arrival of the \ is answer to a number -j, I will tell you that Mr. Roosevelt I j "Elmer W. Gray, .51, 209 S. I
of1 I of queries received at the, Home. Rev. Alfred DeBarrittwill | will sweep the field as completely party is pretty well split up! Funeral Home chapel Rev. Wm. .i Habana Ave., manager of Gray's I world with swift and frankly "rle-
sel will be Tuesday morning officiate. :I in factions. The led I J. Reagan, of St. Mary's Star of I fensive" thrusts that she
i postoffice and The Citizen. I I in '36 as he did in '32-the Republican progressives Placement Service here, died at
next week en route to Havana and I! Mrs. Velasco is survived by her;(I spokesman will tell you by Senators La Follette and Norris the Sea Church, officiating.The I I 10:15 o'clock thiS' morning in an I'realy to act without dewy should

return on Wednesday. Other bail I husband, Frank Velasco, two i that he will lose, and that the do not want a conservative deceased is survived by one ambulance en route to.a local hosfiital -''I her interests be threatened by an
ings have been discontinued until CITY COUNCILMEETSTONIGHT1 i|daughters, Mrs. Ernest Roberts,' GOP will come back after the candidate. The conservatives, under 'On. Manuel Moreno; three brotherl. -i'I following a brief illn s-. 'I''I'I II Italo-Ethioptan war.

further notice. of Miami, and Miss Shirley Ve'I worst four years of its[. history., the Hoover leadership are Miguel Carlos and Arturo I "Mr. Gray Lad been active in These moves centered about the

lasco, Key West; two sisters, Miss More or less unbiased! "observers, bitter against present radical j I Garcia; six grandchildren and two![Boy Stout and Y. 1!. C. A. work i concentration of the navy and air

Steamship Cuba is due this aft- Hilda Russell, Mrs. Harry Curry,.! who are not tarred with'any party trends. Some think that the best] great-grandchildren. I in Tampa for the last ten years, I forces in the Mediterranean, work

ernoon from Havana and will sail I of Fort Worth. Texas; one brother label, will tell joe that both of" candidate would be Senator Borah!I I I and served as' .diairman nf the I which is near ce tple en.

for Tampa this afternoon C.30o'clock Guilreymo RusselL Abo four, these extreme views are wrong I-but the Idaho lion has passed!I BRIEF SESSION Boy Sc/ut II->nor Court. He was i i A critical week will pen with

and return 7 o'clock Sat' LIQUOR ORDINANCE WILL BETAKEN grandchildren. : One of the best obtainablegauges the,, biblicaU-allotted'span of life,' J.I I born at Chattanooga Tenn., and I II' I II the next meeting. In contrast to

urday mornin : UP ON ITS SEC- for measuring the popu* I and that is a great.barrier to his I 'came *;> Tampa from CoJnmbua.Ga. the last cabinet session August

Steamship Uzark of the Cljde- I YOUTHS PLANFORMING I larity or lack of it of any' Administration I candidacy.. Colonel Knox of Chi-- ROTARY GROUPThe I' .. where:' he: had served as a 22, when the admiralty was forced

Mallory Lines, u due to arrive in I OND READING is newsnaper editorial cago is making a big for nomi Methodist minister lie was in1 I Ii ''to report the navy wa not prepared -

port tomorrow night from Miami 1 opinion. And In this according to I! nation-but he is relatively unknown i command cr Flit MePhersor. at:!I to enforce Bnttth will in

with cargo for Key Vest After : CLUB an article by Theodore, C. Wallen. outside of a few big cities. regular noon-day luncheonof Atlanta. ,'urn; theVorI War. II j i the Mediterranean the ministers

discharging the ship will sail for There will be a special meeting I of the New York Herald-Tribune, I Senator Vandenberg is another the Key West Rotary Club was "lie is survived by his wife Mr. I i will find the government ready

New Orleans. of the city council tonight at a very interesting change has taken figure to be reckoned with-butj!held today at the Parish Hall 'oa j I Bessie Gray; three daughters, )fi's..': for any eventuality in zones possibly -
Steanvsllp Colorado, of the which the ordinance pertaining to. MEMBERS OF EQUITY LODGE:: place during the past turbulentyear. he too faces much coldness! within Bahama Street but there was no I I A. S. Johnson. Miss Alec Gr.y,(I endanfrered by the its!...

came lines is due to arrive from the issues of liquor licenses will TO MEET WITH BOYS On November I, 1934theeve I his party. Senator McNary hasp) program outlined for the meet- i and Miss; Gencvieve Gray all of:I Ethiopian crisis.Officials .
New York Sunday en route to be heard on its second reading. of the congressional election in. influence as Republican leader in I' Tampi; onesor. Elmer W. Graf,'I' were leaving for the

Tampa. This ordinance was passed on its THIS EVENING which the Denr.ocarts achieved an the Senate-but he comes from a ing.After the luncheon, the regular Jr., of ItaJig: : Pa., and two., week-end when news of the Italian

first reading at a special meeting astounding sweep-70 percent of small and remote state.'A songs: were rendered, after which I :rand6aughterMISS Betty! Johnsen -!I cabinet decision> to reject the
Tuesday afternoon at which members American editorial opinion wan few think that the Republican I the short session was brought to and Mus" Flondc Johnson'* I II league' peace prop***] reached
JEWISH\ STORES TO of the Ministerial Alliance, of I Plans for the formation of a favorable to the President He |>aign of 1936 should be onlyi a close. I! I. London They were not inclined .
the different congregations and youth's organization will culminate h"ld this degree of ponularity an-I' formal-that the party should I to place too much importance up-
CLOSE SATURDAY the Parent-Teacher Associations tonight when members of til early in March. Then a I work toward 1940. They point to REDUCE BOND : on it, Jiavmg expected a rejec-

were present. ] Equity Lodge Number 70, I. O. O.F. chne. marked by a few upturns,1 Mr. Roosevelt's electoral victoryover THREE BUILDING i I tion.

I It is understood that a large ., meet in the Knights of Pythiashall started. The course of the popularity Mr. Hoover, and say that OFBALBONTINREMANDED J i' Authoritative IotMIftIeS pointed

aggregation of .he came organizations on Fleming street, with youthsof chart Mr. Wilson says,,,shift enough to elect a Republican PERMITS ISSUED out this did not doN the. door to
Celebrating the Jewish New i I will be present again tonight Key West went from 67 percent to 58, back : cannot occarin four years. Others I'further negotiation

Year, local dry good and clothing This idea was started several to 62, then to 47. then to 66, I point out that )fr. Hoover's mar- Although officials let it be

stores of this city will be closed t _".. ....- weeks ago. Since then several then to 42 and finally to 61 on I t gin over Governor Smith was only ; I TO.i JAIL AFTER known Britain m ready to act

all day Saturday. it was : V. ARCHER meetings have been held and at April 29. The greatest decline :slight less great than Roosevelt's Three building and repair permits HEAR/MQ< ,nioa.r J :*COMMISSIONER without delay in ease of a threat
ed today by Joe '1 each there was an appreciative followed, when, on the occasion of : over Hoover-that the tide turned were issued this week from they declared there h no quarrel

Key West Retail: } announC-1 I response to the calL I the President's attack on the tl then, and that it can again. the office of Harry M Baker, ', between Britain and. Italy. The
sociation.In RECOVERING\ All Key West youths betweenthe Chamber of Commerce of the I I II building inspector as follows: : !UJJ! ;: ; huge navy was not ....w.d in
a front page ages of 12 and 18 are invitedto United States principal representative Repair roof at 311 William street. the Mediterranean with any idea

issue customers
are urged to do their buying on I I and participate in the proceedings.A industry it tail-spinned to 21 New metal. roof at 610 Thomas Balbontin on a charge of assault bat for frankly defensive
KtfJay. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. V A. hearty welcome is assured all Papers which were once highly' WED\ ISSUED I street Owner, Jake Aronovit; and battery with intent to com I reasons in view of grave uncertainties -
Archer will be learn that '
happy to favorable to Mr. Roosevelt and his
---- \ who present themselves. cost, $80. mit murder was brought to a dose over the futare
ADVISORY Mrs. Archer is recovering from an policies have become cold and u.1 Construct wooden awnings at this morning in the court of The biggest peace time concentration
I I.operation performed in Miami I non-eomnuttaL Papers which once A Applications;; marriage 1017 Varela street. Owner H. T. United States Commissioner C. of the British navy hi the

ADVISORY 10:00 A. M._Intense early Mr.this and week.Mrs. Archer left Friday and SaturdaySPECIAL I were uncertain and raid little, have censes have been few and far between Reese; cost, $75. Rodney Gwynn. Mediterranean' gives her present
miles!I Saturday taken to denouncing Administration during the first 26 days of Balbontin was remanded to jail'strength there at approximately
central 196
hurricane I night on the Florida for Miami : acts. And some very imp September, only two having. been NOTICE under bond of $1,000 to await his five battleships, three battle
slightly: north of east from Cape and Mrs. John ORANGE LAYER CHOCOLATE !
today C. Park portant which
papers normally issued from the office of CountyJudgq appearance before a federal grand cruisers, 20 to 26 cruisers two
Gracias; Nicaragua. It is received MALTED MILK and DEVIL'S. :
moving a card telling of the sucI back
I' Democratic admnnstrations Hugh Cane during that'pe- Dry Goods and Clothing Storeson jury. Just when this will be was aircraft carriers, W; t. 65 destroyers -
very slowly* and apparently changing -|I ress of the FOOD CAKE,
operation and the possibility -puck the New York Times '
35c as riod. Duval street
will be ..
direction of movement. The:,. that Mrs. Archer will be only __._... _.._.. ... _. and the Baltimore Sun-find much closed all not stated. 10 to IS .riDes. a
One of these issued September day due formal
was on Saturday, to Jewish holi- At the arraignment Monday dozen minesweepers, and numer-
northwest present movement is toward the Jthe j I removed next from 10 the hospital within MALONEY & PEACOCK to criticize in the President's program 7 and the other on Sep day. Do your shopping Friday. morning bond was fixed at ous sloops mine layers auxiliaryand
days. .
jtjfi tember 13. sept26-lt ,$5,000. misceflaneoos craft.

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Sfle &eg? Wtst Citfeen OUR SCHOOLS ARE IMPORTANT I !'I.eaeaaeeaeaeaeeeeeaeeeee

; West ii I I TODAY'S WEATHERTcmporatvr 11 1 i!Today's Horoscope
Published Dank Except Sunday By The average citizens of Key 1-MNUTE SAFETY TALKS
TUB CITI7KN: PinilSIIING COQ INC. the fail to appreciate the i........................
t_ P. ARTMAN. .H..t even parents, ,
JOB ALLEN Assistant B..ia*.. MMAC of the opening of our public 1 jr Don kerold : : !! The mind of the person born
From The Citizen B. ,ding importance *** slightly north of east from Capelitacias is active and
-- -- ---- I' today inquiring very
Corner Greene and Ana Streets
"" schools. Every year about the same time Highest _...........___.__:-.___ 87 Nicaragua. increasing .1.sympathetic, but too sett-center
Only Dally New.papee,. West and Monroe the newspaper is filled with stories about Lowest ...___._._....._........_......____75 slowly in area and intensity. This ed and reticent: The native should
_ County. class matter1EAB. teachers and pupils getting back to work. Mean __............_... ........-........-81 intense storm is moving very slow- ;i I i not take life according to individual
Entered at Key West. Florida. a. second. N Normal Mean _..._._......._.______..82 ly and apparently changing! direction -' views and beliefs bat
_ Even editors at times look stolidly at the
of movement, the indicated
Mrmfcrr .t t- ....xriate4 Press Ai '1ZIGHT i Rainfall {: should! seek to broaden the field
The Associated Press Is ei .lvelr. entitled to use procession of news that trickles in about T. Ins. movement at 7 a. m. being toward !I of thoughts and thus avoid possible -
for rec::V.atioa of all news dispatches credited tot I'hI A c1 At4k-- aik> e+ItsM ? Yesterday's Precipitation the northwest. This location is i 1
or not otherwise credited la this paper and also scholastic activity. I Normal Precipitation __ .24 Ins. ': estrangement from family
_the local news published Hera. Slt1' I I Etabh TRUCKING 'l'ain. reria .... 2..-..... ...io....' about 600 miles almost due southof and friends.
It is one of the peculiar characteristicsof ..... West No further
a LDi G rM>: q60 j tNarT mt S> o'rlocfc tats -.C. I reports
NAriONAL EHfCPIALASSCCIATIO'J) humanity that we do not attach proper To llon.v.i AIntn have been received from the mod- SUFFERS SEVERE CUTS

}ir. 1/ importance to the training of young chil- TO t SS URSON Sun rises ...______._.__.__. 6:17 a. m.1 l erate tropical! disturbance that'
c/' tAet- 1935SSBSCRIPTION )BLIND HII.tS Sun sets m.,..._......._. 6:18 p. mJ! was apparently central last night ONCONTA, N. Y.-Elmer Gardner
RATES dren. Somehow, or other, we feel that Moon rises! ..____....____.. 6:08 a. m.1 about 100 miles south of Santo of this city mfffrred severelycut

i/n e Year -._________--_-.- .... ______$10.00 they will grow up, and in some mysterious Moon sets ...._, ..-.... 6;06 p. us.l I,Domingo. Jegs when he kicked them
_. ... 500lire.
Six Months* Month -- =-------= 150 I fashion acquire sufficient intelligence and ... J\ Tomorrow. Tide! G S. KENNEDY. through the window of a car while
1'ne Month ._:: .. .. 15weekly Officer in Charge; j asleep on the seat
---m--. _.._... --- .SO wisdom to "get along." We let them, do A:tI. P.1I j
ADVERTISING- High __.. 9;50 9:39 ---- ------ -- -----
Made known on application. the best they can, seldom inquiring into lJ Low .___..__u-- 3:10 3:20
SPECIAL NOTICE' the factors which would assist their de w Barometer a a. m. today:
Alt reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of
respect obituary notices etc, will be charged for at velopment.The Sea level 29.88.
the rate of 10 cents a line. WANTED 100,000,000 FELLOW CRANKSI'm
Notices for entertainments by churches from which public schools of the nation are HOW OLD IS YOURREFRIGERATOR
a revenue is to be derived are B cents a line. WE ATI I EK FORECASTTill
Tbt Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discussion probably the greatest asset, in point of returns trying to get a lot bf people of the hill? No. I'm a crank. Ill
of public Issues and subjects of local or general to be a little cranky with me on stay right where I am for the
iiit.r. st but it will not publish anonymous eomm1lnlal".n. that we have. Because our state automobile
of safety
this question present ( 8 in. Friday)
.. p. .
__ __ ___ has progressed to the point where the -about a hundred million of Shall I Insist on the right-of- Key West and Vicinity: Partly ?
them. If possible. way at the next crossroads?
portunity to learn is offered to every 01.1 cloudy tonight and Friday prob. ,
Shall I hit it to 70 this
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Yes sir, well Just admit we are up on
we undervalue intrinsic worth. We cranks nuts bugs fa- straight-away stretch? 1' 1
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN prone to attach i importance to exclusive natics. Shall I try to get another 1,000 I //L "'ir.i-' 1: I I If your refrigerator is five old
years you
This Is one subject on which you miles out of these old threadbaretires
possessions, forgetting that the race of can't be liberal-minded, because ? .k can put a new General Electric in your
1. Water and Sewerage. man moves forward as a unit, not as an in- most of the decisions you have to Shall I take a chance on these 1f- I
kitchen and be ahead.
dividual. make in regard to driving or traf- bum brake linings? I now money
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- fic problems ought to be made In Shall has a pedestrian cross / // \ I Operating savings will pay for it.
land. This month, we see hundreds of advance. You're either going to !in the middle of the block insteadof .- i I
tFree Port. schools opening in Florida. Key West has be careful or you're going to be going to the corner? jl n. I The first G-E Monitor Top-with its sealed-in-steel

its share. Thousands of hopeful little soulsgo reckless._ Shall I try to beat the light at a I mechanism revolutionized refrigeration Costs. Now
4. Hotels and Apartments. A crank Is a mace who has his intersections? =, ".:-'1h.,..,, iI j the efficiency of this matchless mechanism hat been
into the class-room to be made I
or marred mind made up In advance.I My answer to all these questionsis Shower Partly Cloudyably amazingly increased. Today's General Electric Refrigerators -
5. Bathing Pavilion. by a rigorous society which decrees am, beginning today going to already made,up! It is NO! I'm ja j I 'I have double! the cold producing capacity
6. Airports-Land and Scm. that they must. What happens to.them be a crank in all matters relatingto crank. Pre got these things all J showers; moderate northeast of 1930 models and use 4O% less electric current.
automobile decided.ahead of time. The |
answer -
7. Consolidation County and City there? How and what thoughts are engendered Shall I dart around the car is NO! Many would be alive or east winds probably increasing t mw CONTTNIENtrrtATVIZLWith' lAUMCt YOU WINTII Subica

Governments into their immature minds, or ahead of me and take a chance of' today if they had just kept in late. Friday afternoon or night. newG-E Refrigerator with the thrifty satoags a
hitting the car coming at me yonder mind the fact that the surest way Florida Mostly cloudy tonightand will not only save 40% in new General Electric Refrigerator
what social faculties given them at school? operating cost but you will will bring you.
straight ahead? No.I'm a to meet death in an accident according probably showers Fri-I hue
Friday; the advantages of all Remember fall and winter
Surely, if the adults bf this great nation crank. Ill peg along back here to statistics of The Travelers day and in extreme south portionand I new convenience features. food pncei will be higher And
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN catch the vision of regeneration that Just where I am. Insurance Company is to do Automatic Interior Lighting. yon will need dependable
Shall I pass this truck on this some of the fool things too many on the east coast tonight. Sliding Shelves. Foot Pedal refrigeration more thin ever.
would come if all our pupils could be hill and take a chance no car is drivers seem to take a delight In Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I Door Opener. .Stainless

WILL always seek the truth and print it taught the worship of truth, the value of coming at me from over the brow doing. I Moderate northeast or east winds. .. Steel stare Super Control Freezer.for fast Temper-freezing

without fear and without favor; never be humanity and the duty of life in its full- fresh st times off the coast over and defrosting switch.

afraid to attack wrong or applaud. right; ness, we would have a better citizenship a Charles Caring Arthur G. Lund I north portion and possibly increasing ,I

always fight for progress; never be the organ better opportunity and the joys of life KEY WEST IN and Ross SaWyer.The over extreme south portion i I 8 ratotS s -

or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, would be manifold. DAYS GONE BY Fifteenth anniversary of late Friday afternoon or night and aglr' -- _

faction or class; always do its utmost for the The goal of education is not neces- Boy.Scout Troop Number 1 was partly overcast weather tonightand I eR
Happenings Here Just 10 Years celebrated last night when the Vtiday with scattered show
public welfare never tolerate Corruption Rather the justification
; or sarily intelligence. -
entertained with
: Ago Today As Taken FromThe troop a programin
Injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; of schools is in preparing children to Files Of The Citizen the auditorium of the high ers.East Gulf: Moderate northeastor

commend good done by individual or organization live as adult members of society, with an I Fch ol. An address was made by east winds probably increasingover I UGEMoaltaTopModals R
Allan B. Cleare, chairman of the
i ; tolerant of others' rights views and understanding of the nobility of earning Real estate transactions: during I troop committee: and other addresses extreme south portion late
Friday afternoon or night
the week have not proved i
past as
opinions; print only news that will elevate whatever one acquires, appreciation of the I were made by Scoutmaster partly overcast weather tonight "
as previous week principally -
and not contaminate the reader; never come certain cardinal virtues, and a willingnessto because local purchasershave Charles Sands and members of the and Friday with occasional showers 6-t liftop Modus.

promise with principle. serve capably in whatever station of bought to the limit. However troop. over south and widely scattered $ .23 down $')-00 d._

life one may 1m.SOLDIERS. with October 1 it is predicted : In today's issue of The Citizen: ; showers over north portion. ** and $3-23 a .month and J2.0O at __tit
that movements will be brisk!!'r appears the formal announcementof

He who seeks a faultless friend, remains AND WAR and with the arrival of outride C. Nestor Recio for city councilman WEATHER CONDITIONS The Key West Electric Co.
capital an active increase in the at large in the elections to
ever friendless. The tropical disturbance In the
realty movement in Key West and be held in November. Mr. Redo: is
One of the stock arguments of those on the Keys. One of the biggest a well known business man and western Caribbean was central
this about 190 miles
The country hopes for much from the professional pacifists who would crippleour events of the past week was the has been in the grocery business
arrival of Malcolm Meacham and for the 17 He solicits -- -.- --- ---
past years. -- -- ---- - ---
national defense is that'military of-
big- vork relief appropriation, but what his statement that developmentwork the support of the voters.
many: seem to want is relief from any work. ficers desire warr presumably for the opportunities :- was to begin at bnce on his
war offers for promotion and vast holdings at the head of the I I Governor Clifford; J. Walker,
island. Laborers are expected to of Georgia, atcofnpamed: by
The good old hymn said "We are glory.This arrive the early part of next week I Charles H. Ketchum and other
matching to Zion," but to induce people tomatch idea has been refuted many and the engineers will have every' prominent citizens of Key West,

have to provide motor times by the highest ranking officers of thing in readiness for this astounding : returned yesterday on the .
now, you
!I ernment tug Saco from a ,
transportation.Lest our Army and Navy, who point out that it developmentThe : fully successful fishing trip gov.1 '

is statesmen, not soldiers, who plunge their .Old Guard Battalion consisting -'!.Tortugas. Shortly after his

forget-Italy's official countries into war. The soldier does feel of approtimately: 125 members al the governor was escorted! to i
we ex- 't the Monroe County High School
that if he is to be called to and wives, who have been
however, upon
cuss:for not joining her allies at the outbreak spending a week in Havana as where he delivered an entertaining Why
fight for his country he should be equip- address education and its
of the \VrldVar was because she guests bf the Cuban government, on ,.

thought' the was unjust. ped to perform his duty effectively; also, returned on the Governor Cobb benefits. not be happy

that the armed forces of the nation shouldbe yesterday and after a brief visit I I Editorial comment: Many per.

adequate for the tasks with which they in the city left over the East!! eons who had repair Work done WL with
-According to scientists, man exists Coast for Miami en ronid{ to.'headquarters : will not doubt the statement; that
be confronted.In ;
under a pressure of 15 pounds to the may in Atlanta. Every mem the supply of unskilled labor is
the United States the military has ter of the party expressed delight ample.in this country.
inch. It would be interesting to I i
square GOODI
always been subordinate to the civil at their stay in Key West and hoped
know Mussolini's\ pressure. to have the pleasure of'return r Ruth Campbell, well known author .
No general admiral has anything to HARDWARE
or say at some future date. '
ing I of children's: books, is now a rr j
about whether the nation should go to war resident 01 Key West. She Is the ; ..
There can be no misinterpretation of or not. Their duty is to carry out the will Alexander B. Stewart. deputy ]! wjfe,ofj Francis: Campbell real estate 5 1 ",
the ::maxim that "God, helps those who .grand of the Masonic lodges of:. man. who is developing Flori- p '
of their civil superiors, whether they agree Florida lectured last the cita and Boca Cbi .
help: themselves." Nothing is gained by night on a. SPECIAL tu
with the policies of the government or not. work of Scottish Rite Masons at : ,
!Sitting! Idly by and Micawber-like\ wait for A's General Douglas :McArthur, chief the hall of the order at Eaton and ; Johnson and Dongo will on
something to turn up. Simonton streets. He told of the i: Monday, start wok on constructing -
of staff of the United States Army wrotein
work of the fraternity and the home recently contracted Y
a recent magazine article: j I brought out the facts and for by Dr. J. M. Renedo, local doc- Standard Roofing
"Ethiopia: is bounded by Eritrea "No one desires peace as much as the mental of the order I I tot of dental surgery. The site for
foundation to the present time.j I I the building is at Margaret and
French Somaliland, British Somahland, soldier for he must the greatest np Per
pay Following the lecture Mr. Stew ,.Virginia streets and is to cost $12-
Kenya Colony and Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. in Our is maintained $$2.25
penalty war. Army art was entertained at supper by 000.

:Now Mussolini!' ; wants the little that is left, solely for the preservation of peace; or, ---- n

and'this Haile Selassie wants to retain for for the restoration of peace after it has
ri .
Replar Priee 575Q
himself and subjects. "
been lost by statesmen or by others.

With Miami as northern terminal of

the _:FEC's railroad car ferry, as proposed Figures compiled by the Department CONSULT YOUR BANKER ..

this:cit>"*s imports will grow tremendously, I Agriculture indicate that the national i

TWft thousand cars of pineapples for instance I i income in 1934 reversed the tide of recent ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS

will be handled during the picking'i yearn and again started upwards. I

season, and if sugar "comes baCk" the is-: In 1929, the national income was esti-

]land's imports through) Miamf\uli, run in-' mated at more than seventy-eight billion I

to many millions of dollars. The great otyitacle dollars. In 1930 after the depression got

Port of Miami builders have had to under way it dropped slightly; in 1931, it I West .
The first t National Bank of Key
overcome' in obtaining federal grants for was sixty-one billion dollars, in 1932 about

enl gir.g and improving the channel and forty-eight billions and reached the low I

turning basin were the cold figures that figure of forty-four billions in 1933.A Member of the Federal }teserv.C I

showed Miami far down the list of Eastern turning in the tide was witnessed in I .

seaboard: cities in waterborne tonnage. I 1934 with the national income going up to C :

Tht' ferry would completely change this I nearly fifty billion dollars. The figures I Deposits Insured by Federal Deposit Insurance South Honda Contracting & Engineering Co.)

picture.Miami Daily News. Key West represent "paid out" which may be less

wiltmake every effort to hold this business than actually made. This is so in good 1 Corporation Plicrc 5t)3) White and Eliza Street

where it rightfully belongs-the years although in bad years many corporations "Yottr home is worthy of die best

southern terminal of the FEC., and the draw on surpluses created in better

a earest port to Cuba. days to pay out dividends. ._ _. __ _t.4_





I a( MORNING STAR I --- t!!FIREMEN DOWN Today's...sss..isee.s.ss.iii.Birthdays.. LEGALSXOTICK

i ar A SIMS FUNERAL HOME ...............*aai...* or MASTER-* SALE!
.- s ARIAN_ I Notice la hereby give that under
SPORTSi Robert b. W. Connor of N. C. and by virt.e of a certain Order
Decree of Foreclonare and Sal.
aryopsitt Bya y, bre woe fedwla;: flashed hotly, outraged by I t: TEN LAST NIGHT I first Archivist: of the U. S., born made and entered on toe 4th dar of

"run.Jii away I>. eJkane from tmfly Ker kutband Bant* ho ontelr the Intrusion into so secret a recessof at Wilson, N.. C,_57 years ago. September tile Circuit A.Court D. int.of the Hi Invent and by

v+ddlt stgkt< and landed in his being but something In theman's Judicial Circuit of the State of
Lookout Adaiiaiaalder I ft* careof I Florida In and for Monroe
Dr. Christopher Ward Emily personality checked him. He I Irving Bacheller, noted novelist, In Chancery in a Coa.tn;
Mad. keen parental forced kindne Into tin,_Edwin mllg.b. nodded reluctantly. Dr. Warde HOME RUN IN SEVENTH TIED I born at Pierpont, N. Y., 76 yean wbereln J. B.cane Sullivan thereinpending !I.

'Bane ...,..."OPctuo, sad lark ofaaytkia. sighed Inaudibly ago. complainant and Andrew R. Miller
SCORE AND FOUR-BAGGER and Eva P. Miller, his wife and r..
beater fa do. But iton "
"In that he said I
case casually Van Valkenburg and if be
Ik* verge ./ a a.rwoas break I is married -
dotcn,mnd Dr. Warde tlmi to teef Td suggest that you discuss the eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee'FOLLOWING --I IN TENTH INNING WON 1 George Gershwin of New YorkCity Van Valkenbar. his wife,
Mer at least/ a co...J. of week! in whole question with physician. : 19THi i! and Minnie! E. Van Valkrnburff. a
Ik* Sanitarium.* et inker. aka your i ANNEX SECOND HALF OF CAME I I I famed composer of music,I ingle woman, are defendants. Fbre-
tt is OO tchen .1. l90.net. fChipter In the street once more, Edwin \ | born in Brooklyn, 37 years ago. closure of lIorttraKe, the undersigned -

fumbled blindly for the door of his : -. I, offer Special for sale Master and In Chancerywill
20 car. He was trembling an over. i IS Henry H. Heimann of Niles!pvblfe outcry, for cash In band, to
T (By JOVE) !I and New York the highest and best bidder at the
Bitch, City execo-
SFioCIk FOR EDWIN Dr. Warde made his leisurely way 3 i BEATING CARDS H. TO START TODAY The Firemen and Lopez Funeral i:;i: live manager of the National Association -.,' :front:a:0: door: of:;:the County County: ,.Florida Conr tn'
=IT HAYE'"T gotten that far," to Emily's private corner of the big I j (By JOVE) Home played a great game last': .of Credit Men, born at the legal Boars West of sale Florida on,Monday during -

Emily confessed. porch. She gate him a smile of welcome I j. { I night Walker and C. Gates stag:; Aviston, IlL, 44 yearS ago. the Tth day of October, A. D.
eeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeci .
and he thought with { ISIS the following described land,
"Of course not There hasn't been able pardon ;, WINDY CITY TRIBi NEEDS CIRCUIT WILL BE COMPOSEDOF I ed a pitching duel. Walker fanned i I situate, lying; and belirfe; in the
how '
pride different she was : The official: batting averages for Dr. Edith Abbott of the Unir.i County of Monroe State of Florida
time. We have to take one problemat from the aim. white ghost who.bad i' ONLY ONE MORE WIN TO'the Sanford players, as given to FOUR CLUBS EACH BEING 13 and Gates 8. i' of Chicago noted social worker, to-wit: .

a time" been brought to him two weeks ago. !I the press by Peter Schael of the Sterling smacked a homer to tie{born at Grand Island, Nebr., 69 On the Island- Jl.of Whlteneada Key West,

It was heavenly she thought suddenly He sat down beside her."Sd you're I TAKE PENNANT; TIGERS i I Sanford) Herald are as follows: ALLOWED FIFTEEN the count in the seventh and McCarthy 1,years ago. ::1U.weJ7e::::; In February, A.

to have someone discuss your leaving us today?" } Lage, .417; L. Harden, .357; Swin- smacked one in the 10th \ -- D. HZ, as part of Tract Nineteen *
LOSE ANOTUIR TO PLAYERS (11) but now better known
future without mentioning duty or She nodded her eyes on the gor- dell/ .322; Robertson, .311; Marques to win the game after Baker had I Eleanor Gates bf New York as Lot One (1), Block Four (4)

responsibility. To hare someone ask geous panorama below them. The 'I .306; Evans, .296; Lopcr doubled to right. I City, novelist-playwright, born atI of said Tract Nineteen, according -
you as If It the sanatorium Was ob the crest of Look- to W. A. Gwjrnn'a Diagram
simplest thing 294; Bill Cate, 53 games, 199I The lone tally for the Firemenwas I Shakopee, Minn. 60 years ago. recorded In Plat Book One (1),
In the world, what wanted out Mountain, and far below It. with Cll! eelal te 'lb. ("lfl..i I
yon to do I I times at bat, 23 runs, 51 hits. (By JOVE) made in the seconl. J. Garcia I page 34, Monroe County.. Flor

next.* about the Tennessee it. lay the curled city. serpent-like :NEW YORK. Sept. 26.-A .256; Bonner, .200; Winn. .198; The Social League had a meeting doubled to right and on a passed Sir Eric Geddes English statesman point Ida .Records at the Commencing Corner of at Von a

ra tile to get a job somewhere; "It seems Impossible I game more thrilling and more I'Selph, .186; Caldara, .160; Schir- I ;yesterday afternoon and four ball and a wild pitch he scored.J. ( born 60 year ago. Pfister and White Streets and
And be Independent for a while" but 111 be hard-fought could not be found in Casa and J. Garcia made running thence along the said
His sorry to leare. It's the most peaceful ard, .144; II. Harden, .136; Juen- !clubs entered the second half, each White Street in a North West-
eyes twinkled sympathetically. & World Series than the one between .133 :Maxwell: .111 Flora, wonderful catches. i King Christian X, of Denmark,
direction andNine
place ITB ever known ger. ; ; club ] erly Forty-six feet
"Then well get a lob he assured the SL Louis Cardinals and being; allowed 15 players anda II
"Just what you needed."he .063; Britt, .000; McCrone, .000. j I At bat Sterlnig, C. Vidal and J. born 65 years ago. Inches; thence at right
agreed I
her angles In North Easterly direction
stoutly Any special sort of Job the Cubs Once player played a -
Chicago yesterday afternoon manager. a in four
brnskly. than Garcia hit two safely
la He went bn."Your Birming Cates played in more games i I I One Hundred Feet and
any special placet"I ham train lean at three and I It was the first of a five- i jany other player in Sanford, he I'[ with a club he can not play with times up. I TITLEORDINANCE one inch; thence at right angle

have a friend In the advertising thought if you didn't mind I'd drive game series that will decide the scored morq run and hit safely 55l i j i: another* unless release. 24 hours j In the field Ingraham Sterling In Forty-six a South' feet Easterly and Nine direction Inches;

'department. of a big Birminghamstore. you down. We cab hare lunch at the National League pennant'winner times seven. more than Marques .I before. he can play with another J.land Lopez for the Funeral Homers NO. 314, thence at right angles in a
I-wanted to go there once." Inn first and then take our time." and the Windy City Tribe needs who was only in; 30 games andlI I and O. Garcia and Carbonellfor COUNCIL SERIES South Hundred Westerly direction One
still ; Feet and One Inch
po you want to there? I
go only one more victory toaccom-j I batted 306. Gates played] ,at 1][1-cluall, games will be called at 5 p. the Firefighters' played welL back to the place of beginning.Also .
"Tea. She was faint with relief. were several things he lish that. The Cards are now I R. II. E. AN ORDINANCE PERMITTING On the Island of Key
Dr. Warde THERE third behind the plate and in the :{|m. harp, club not on the field at Score by : West known on Wm. A. Whitehead -
mast b6 the Rock of ; wanted to make sure of before he four games behind the league- outfield on different occasions nad thai time l loses.the game. Lopez 000 000 100 2-3 7 3 THE USE OF SHOT map delineated In February -

Gibraltar"There's let her go. and he preferred discus- leaders because of their defeat did a good job in each position. j!{i No player will be allowed to Firemen- GUNS WITHIN CERTAIN A. D. its, as a part ofTract
one slight Nineteen but
drawback. (11) How
sing them outside the shadow of his at the hands of Lon Warneke and 010 000 000 0-1 4 3 DEFINED AREAS IN THE
Ho was thinking of the quality of Peter Schaal says he il.publish| !!! play in another Jeague and play in I better known as Lot Two, Block
Institution. his teammates yesterday. The the I Batteries: C. Gates and Ingra- CITY LIMITS DURING Four in Tract Nineteen, accordIng
Emily's clothes and luggage. "Be-- fielding averages 4<>ou and 1 t t i thiS: one. ,
Emily seeded a friend more than Hedbirds thereby lost their chanceof i!then trill how each player The ham Walker, Salinero and Gabriel HUNTING SE.fSON. to W. A. GwyniTs Diagram
sinners get starvation wages In that she needed we see ) first game will be played ; recorded in Plat Book 1, page
a doctor and because he 11'
line. winning the flag outright and ,i fielded his position. today between the High School and Passed by the City Council on 14, Monroe County. Florida.
was a very good doctor he was de- tie the fast Records; Commencing at a point
now can only hope to ,
TITLE third final :
Bayview Parkers. On the and reading September -
remembered with a surge of termined to complete his cure in the on White Street distant Fortj-
four the Corner of White and Von
had given her from time to time. She accepted eagerly, 'In that maining games. favor of Detroit winning the big I!i and the Stars. II ORDINANCE 313.COUNCIL, PINDER. Pfister Streets and running

They had never seemed particularly case 111 go pack now. and be ready One solid blow-a, home run by 'series: Bobby Schultz, Pillo Rom- i The schedule will be arranged SERIES S4pt26-lt __ City Clerk. thence along the said White
First baseman Cavarretta in the h Street in a N.Wly direction
Important until now. whenever you want to leave. aguera. Water Pickle Felo Rod- the rest of the season which -
lfor Forty-six feet and Nine inches
I ;
"1 could manage until I was earning About one, then. he said as he second inning--decided the winner -j i riguez. Pedro Sosa. These fans for four game with each AN ORDINANCE RELAT- T I T L E Thence at right angle in a

more. I have a little money. of the game in which a pitch- i.! favor the Cubs: Winfield Roberts -!I club. The first and second: place ING TO THE ELECTION I N.ETly direction i Otie Hundredfeet
rose.They and and One inch thence at
"Then it looks to me." he said had lunch on the terrace of ing duel between Paul Dean Henry Maj-g, Machin, Rogelio I: clubs] will play a three-game seriesto OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS ORDINANCE NO. 315, 1 right angles In a ;S.E"ly direction -
Iheerfl1l.s U we were all set. the: inn. and having disposed of the Warneke was the high spot The ', Gomez Stag Stickney. : decide the one who should play OF THE CITY OF COUNCIL SERIES Forty-six feet and Nine
Suppose write business of ordering lunch Dr. younger of the Dean brothers Ii KEY WEST FIXING THEIR Inches; thence at right angle
yon the friend today, -- [, the Lighthouse!: first half winners. I, !In a S.Wly direction One Hun-
and by the time you're ready to leave ,. Warde went straight to the matterat pave up seven hits, while the Chicago -i|: I will publish the names of the TERMS OF OFFICE AND AN ORDINANCE REPEAL- dred feet and One inch back to
Mendoza "I the Ti-
we can have it all arranged. hand. pitching ace almost hurled a : says pick PROHIBITING MEMBERS KG ORDINANCE NO. 280.() I place of beginning.
i I i i gers to win from the Cubs because iI i players on the four clubs in to- Dated September 5th. 1135.
Well his eyes
He was glad the job was In Birmingham twinkled "do ypa perfect game allowing only two morrow's issueIn OF SUCH BOARD OF ELECT COUNCIL SERIES OF THE WILLIAM CURRY HARRIS,
becadse feel equal to going out and a1!1! think the Tigers are a better I,I
he knew several engaging hits which were credited to ION COMMISSIONERS ORDINANCES THE Special Master in Chancery.
In battle bunch of players and have had b OF. LOUIS ALLEN HARRIS
people of importance there. lie knew rookie from Houston Lynn I
young which j the sixteenth century. Surat FROM\ : BECOMING CAN- CITY OF KEY WEST, ENTITLED Solicitor for Complainant.
She world series
laughed."Quite. Tou've made experience, wa
people of importance in
a great many King End Jim Collins. Only one DIDATES FOR ANY ELECTIVE "AN ORDINANCEREGULATING seot -lJlJ : octJ
and the
was an important seaport
places. a new woman me. lacking last year. Roy Hamlin:
-No."he said player reached third and only 28 .. j chief commercial city of India. | OFFICE IN A GENERAL THE EREC.
"You think I ought to stay here a slowlY. "you've done batters faced Warneke It was "Detroit will win the series. i
that yourself. And I
while She hoped he would want yon to -
This place had come to be sanctuary sarres. promise to keep It up. I want yon to the 19th straight victory for the Jonah sirs: "Ise favor Detroit I I The United States contributed PERIOD OF ONE YEAR REGULATING THE ERECTION PALACEGeorge

and she didn't want to relinquishthe promise me that you'll forget other Cubs. 5,121 of the 18.747 foreign visitors -' AFTER SERVICE UPON: : OF GARAGES. I
because that is where cousin' O'Brien in
Rock of Gibraltar until she had people for a while and think about A play by play of the Chicago my j who chose England for their I SAID BOARD. I Passed on its third and final

Charlotte again. ourself. They can't crowd you if half of the second inning which'decided I'.!Joe Louis come from. II I>0 holidays this year, according to I Passed by City Council on third reading by City Cobn 1. S 'I l WHEN A MAN'S'A MAN

"1 do. he said: promptly. "For you refuse to be crowded. Hold np the game follows: Dem- ---- British immigration authorities..I[land final reading 9-24-35. ber 24, 1935. Comedy and Serial

about two weeks. lie didn't tell her your bead and laugh' at them. After aree, first man up was Dean'sfourth pick the Tigers to win. I i: France provided 2,998. Germany WALLACE PINDER. I I WALLACE Ptem-1 I Matinee. 5 lOc Nitfcts 10tSeFIR
stribput'victim going would like to hear Oscar Pita's : ;
all. it's your life |
bbw close she had come to mental 2543. sept26-lt City Clerk. sept26-lt City .
ahd physical disaster. lie hoped she She looked doubtful wonder if down swinging at a high wide,opinion, on the series.LEAGUE I =- __ ,.
would never find out. tt la-entirely. 'No man liveth to one. Cavarretta hit a home run I ----

She smiled her relief and he ilmself-'" over the right Held pavilion. It I STANDINGS

grinned the comfortable,companionable He smiled. "The devil, my child was a magnificent blow booming

grin. Then he rose. quotes Scripture to his purpose. You straight over the pavilion on a line.. I II

"It would be a good idea for yon can't give yourself honestly to some drive. Durocher threw out Hack..1 II)I I

to get outside for a couple of hours cause or some person that doesn't Jnrges struck out Dean's fifth].! AMERICAN LEAGUE i I r -- "
We've got a and deserve, or at least doesn't possess. !, M
_gorgeous porch a victim. 1}.! Club- W. L. Pct SWho

more gorgeous view,and in case that Tour devotion can your Manager Grimm will send<<* young Detroit ..._..........,.. 92 55 .626:',
She didn't and he I.
palls 111 see that yon have something answer went Lee to the mound today againstthe I New York _..._.____.? 87 59 .5961 I II
earnestly on. "Don't think I'm
to read. And with another comforting home-wrecker a Cards' pitching ace, Dizzy Cleveland ..._......... 79 70 .530
; I'm not. If find. II
grin he left her. you I Boston : __.._._.. '
Dean. : 77 74 .510'
In .Ud.
:1 ills office once!: more Dr. Warde love a month your husband or a year no that one you will can be- The Ferrell brothers were too 1 I Chicago 1--------_. 71 77 .480 j]i z. Rush To Give You Sernc -P a tr atuze Them

I sent for Edwin. who stow a blessing more quickly than much for the Athletics and so the !I Washington ____..m. 66 83 .443 1 /

he had waited for most was waitingas of two I L It would be the happiest simplest Red Sox defeated them 7 to 2'1 St. Louis .:__...._... 64 84 .432

days. Edwin: sat down and listened I solution. But don't do it, Emily, unless Wes won his twenty-fifth game of Philadelphia .......... 56 90 .384

like a condemned man. to the ver you feel that way about It. Will the reason! and Brother Rick drovein

dint : you promise!" four runs with a triple and a NATIONAL LEAGUE Star American Coffee ROSES

"She's very much better. Dr. She was silent for a long time. single. Club- W. I. Pet JOHN C. PARK 1FT'SYou'll

Warde said kindly "but I U's been a Then. "Ill try. Harder than I ever The Dodgers downed the Giants! ;; Chicago --.-...........-? 98 52 .653 find out how

pretty close shave. tried anything before. twice yesterday 10 to 4 and 1 toi j i St. Louis ....-.._..-- 94 56 .627 i FLORAL PIECES A
"Could I see hear "Good glrL" He patted her hand. 0. Brooklyn's double victory put i 1 i New York m__.__ 89 60 .597 Ii I 328 SIMONTON ST. good it is when you try CASH GROCERY

Dr. Warde's heart ached for him. paternally. the Dodgers two games ahead of i Pittsburgh .......____ 85 66 .563 !II the first cup, Ib 25c. SPECIALTY

He sometimes wished that he didn't "It's appalling, thoughIIhe went the idle Reds in their fight for I Brooklyn% .-._-...._... 68 83150 !' 1101 Division Street
take his cases so much to heart and on thoughtfully "what an overdeveloped fifth place. I Cincinnati .. 67 84 .4441 PLUMBINGDURO' LARGO, Ib 18c; -
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conscience can do to ,ou.- I PLANTS and VINES *
yet that was the reason perhaps. the ] PHONE 29
"A eon sclence.Dr.. Warde said The St. Louis Browns won Philadelphia '_ 64 ;87124 V. & S. fc ISc.
why he had gotten so far at the age bitterly. "is a cross to Its possessorand three game series from the White I i Boston ..----_-....-..._ 26 113.:' .242 ,

of"I thirty-six.don't believe it's 1I'Ise.l.d a very convenient thing to find Sox when they captured the last Roasted fa Key Weak by SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
In someone else. You can do anything game 4 to 3. For the fifteenth Subscribe to The Citizef-20e PUMPS
then gently he could he told
as as Groceries
earth with like'that consecutive the Chicago nine weekly.
on a person year i MILL
Edwin how things stood. STAR COFFEE
"Tour best merely by appealing to his con has been in the second division. PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY

fast."Is not to crowd chancehe her I think said the at science. The loss yesterday. will keep them arils; W. Ferrell_ and R. Ferrell, 512 Greene Street Complete Line FreshPHONE

reason she has rebelled now II because ,"I know it. I was raised that way. there"this year. 348 Phone 256 Fruits and Vegetables
she feels that she has been Mother has a conscience. too. and Again the Indians defeated the New York and Washington'notchedut'd. i frHONE> 597 (: :-. ,

over-persuaded. When she's per t'a kept her from enjoying all the Detroit Tigers. L. Brown allowed ] j ., > -' .

fectly well again she may feel differently good things she's ever had." them only six hits to win. 3 to 2. ,

about It. Let her go to Birmingham "Hers. he said sharply. an In The summaries follow: SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY bAYs ARE HERE
I growing one.- BENJAMIN LOPEZ
and don't beg her to come NATIONAL LEAGUE Ii .
They lingered over the luncheon FUNERAL HOME Jewfi.L. 2 Ib*. 35c INSURANCE
back to yon. That is. he added experimentally First Game

"if you still want her until train there comfortably was Just Then time to they catch drove the I At Brooklyn R. II. E. i Serving Key West Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib*. 35e THE mWEST

to." in silence to the station. I New York .-.-.---._----.-.. 4 9 41 Half Century I Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib.. 25c Office: 319 biiral i Street

"I do. Edwin confessed somberly. Dr. Warde. having armed himself Brooklyn .. ........_..._.__...10 11 4 ]i 24 Hour Ambulance Service Grouper, 2 Ib*. 2Sc "
"1 I'm but I can't I SUNDAY STAR --
guess a fool
Batteries: Gumbert and Man- Licensed Embalmer
with an amusing book and a box of I
help it. I've always wanted her. andI Snapper 2 Ib*. 25c
candy, came all the way to her com- cuso; Mnngo\ and Lopez. Phone 135 Night; 696-\\ TELEPHONE NO. 1
suppose I always will. Mutton r..... 2 Ibt 2Sc
she -
partment to see was comfortably j
"Then write her how yon feel and settled. Then he stood look- Second Came Subscription. $2 Per Year

let it go at that All yon can do Is to Ing down at her with the disarminggrin. At Brooklyn R. II. E. FRESH SHRIMP --THE- Try Ye r MeaU At

hope that this experiment won't be New York mu_.....______.. 020 Large Select Oysters Key WeatOnly Sunday -

all she expects it to be. "By the way Fm going to be In Brooklyn ...-.....--....--- 1 4 Oj! Fresh Crab Meat in Ib can 65c Paper : Delmonico Restaurant
And what about her mother and
Birmingham next month at a medical Batteries: Fitzsimmons and | FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
father?" Edwin asked wretchedly. meeting. If you don't mind Ill I Mancnso Clark and J. Taylor. RUSSELL'SCIGAR Business Office Citizen BadweUer. Beer __..__ lie

-I'll forward attend with to that.an almost lie was unholy looking stop In and see how you're makingthe ; I LOWE FISH COMPANY .Building, Six Co.ne Di..en. __. .
His he felt, wasn't
grade job. At St. Louis K, 11.E.
(Joy to attending to Francis FeHon. I I PHONE 151 PHONE 51 _-"-_----- SOc* 75*. aM U.
quite finished. Chicago ....___m_-___. 170
As Edwin rose Dr. Warde eyed
:Win keenly, arrested by a certain 'Coyyriyat, s'''. OJ' arias B$.,.) St. Louis ....._........__.... 0 2 0 STORE

''suspicion. this your first experience --:- .' Batteries: Warneke and Hart'

with women?" completely Emily takes a fling lit..tomorrow ata nett; P. Dean and Delancey.No ; AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is Wrap- PRTTCHARDFUNERAL .
I I' -0- 536 Fleming Street JENNIE B DE BOER
-- other games scheduled. I ped in every package .

.,......................1 $3.00 and $1.00 gol ?pieces and I! Daily Baseball Returns lT6. HOME
Today In History 3c pieces discontinued.1918Allies' Chicago R. II. ESt I By Wire .

3.j ...... i Louis ..mmm____.__ 491 { Watch PRINTINGDONE Dlgulflei& Sypatl etie
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1776 Congress appointed I Western front ending on Nov. 11, Batteries: Andrews and Hems- BY US -rtey

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jamin Franklin. Silas Dean of i 1832-Eamon de Valera o Ireland I At Cleveland R. IL B.I I II MAJOR BASEBALL

Conn. End Arthur Lee of Va. I Detroit .__.""....._m....__ 270 AND ENGRAVER ARTSffpRESSCitizen
as president of the Council, LEAGUES0 T .Iam !em.-
opened 13th annual Assembly of I II i Cleveland -....--.-.. 310 0 See Him For Your Next Work

1811 of steamboat I the League of Nations with a i Batteries: Auker and Coch- ALL PRICES REDUCED -
rane; Pearson Phillips. g.PHONE .
tag: on the l\IiS3issippi-the "New i'j speech calling for strong meas-I I Hours 9 to 12-1 U 6 Citizen Office'r

Orleans" set out from Pittsburghfor ures. At Boston R. IL E. SOFT DRINKS, si
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:-: SOCIETY : -: tosLBy 1872-John-Ruhrah.'noted Bal [L At The Storesl 1 DIED LAST NIGHTWilliam POLITICAL I I HOTEL

................................................. timore physician, internationally.known I ANNOUNCEMENTS I In the Center of the Business
ANN PAGE and Theater District
Members Of Social Club Were pediatrician, born at Chil- Robert, age 72, familiarly CITY ,
FOOD budgets win stretch .ro.ad licothe, Ohio. Died March 10, I PERMANENT WAVES ELECTION, NOVEMBER First CIaar".pr..fS..11
I' cat .f beef Iamb or Ye.1this Since the introduction of the known among his friends as 12. 1935

Entertained Here Last EveningThe slight week OJc.in-than last doe l t*priee.a eontin. However .'4 1935. special two-for-one offer on permanent "Small Money," died last night at ........................ 1. Ratoo

.the .; on. lamb is probablyry ........................ waves made by Mrs. Miller 'I the Mercedes Hospital.:: I For MayorDR. COFFEE :SHOP NOW OPEI
te.per.rr.The at the Ocean View Apartments, The funeral will be held this
.f fall I '
Misses Jloraima Ochoa I Christensen, Isabel Annayor of approach some fruits and .brings.vegetables the seasoa a- CLASSIFIED many local women have clubbed afternoon from the chapel of the I H. C. CALEY .
Grace Perez and Dora Machado. Grace Rivcro., rSolita Cobo Con- close. Corn tomatoes and eurvmbers together to get long-wanted perm-j i I Pritchard Funeral Home, with Car.. Elevator
delightfully entertained the Muki soelo Carmona Lottie McLean, are already less plentiful and stringheaaaare anents. I I Rev. Shuler Peele, pastor of the For Mayor Popular Price
scarcer' 'and high. Beets.cabbasre. I _
O Club and its guests last eveningat Barbara Carey, Xenia Hoff carrots eggplant peppers and COLUMNSALESMEN. I Mrs. Miller\ has extended this'i iI ,,I FlemingStreet Methodist church WM. H..MALONEFor ,
the home of Miss Ochoa on Ophelia Machado Virginia Perez sweet and white potatoes are cheap. officiating.
Elizabeth street. |Dora MachadoGrace Perez, and bargain Small sixes of yellow oaiolls are a real ........................ vertisement.offer as is shown in today's ad-_ Reelection I -Jefco,**llle>. t..mttmg Hotel"

Dancing was the main featureof Mbrainoa Ochoa..-v, Apples are very plentiful and low ID WANTED I t COSTLY OPERATION For CouncilmanDR. i THE SEMINOLEI
the evening after which a delightful -j .Messrs Tony Carrasco, Anibal price; Tapes and fresh prunes are i. r
and both excellent for
course of sandwiches and, Ainnayor Joej Cerezo, Warren serrinir. Oranges are cheaper andgrapefruit MEN WANTED to sell Mutual 1 HIGH POINT, N. C.-C. C. I
lot.co.Ye5a more plentiful. PeMbes. [i Operators of Archer's GroceryI Stoker of this city had to $125
punch were served.! Lopez ; Billy Atche- Life Insurance. Maximum benefits -!1 pay
pears and melons are still availableas take interest in ) : For Police JusticeT.
special the selecI
The members and their invited son, and Frank Fernandas.' : well as a few berries. from $250 to $1,000 at:]i I I for an operation to remove a
guests were: I I Mr. and Mrs. Evelio Sevilla, and Batter and errs; continue theirgradual from SOc to $1.23: per month I II tion of stock-groceries, meats, penny swallowed by his ;infantson. S. CARO i Fc 6 eilt
seasonal price. increase. I(| fruits and vegetables.The I II
'Mrs. .
Misses Celia Salgado, Elsie V. Ochoa. Here are three means saitable for subject to provisions in poli- I i krS; sill
large patronage enjoyed by For Captain of Police
Sunday dinner. cies. Ages 10 to 65 years. OPERATING I
r UNDER SUPER this store is proof of its good serv- An analysis of relief costs in ALBERTO CAMERO

Melody Hoar Defer Time For Law Cast Dinner VISION OF INSURANCE DE- I ice and high quality merchandise. Kansas showed 10 cents out of
Veal Fricassee with Dumplings
Boiled Potatoes: Battered Beets PARTMENT. Liberal commis- every dollar spent was used for For Captain of Police
Here TonightThe Stamp MeetingDue Bread and Batter sions to Agents. Writs for par I, UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE administrative purposes. Ia ROBERT J. LEWIS FlorfCn
Apple Pie ticulars. MERCHANTS & I Speaking of the large stock of i
Tea or Coffee "Bobby" CHAS. B. ORl"BR. NMasjer
tenth Key West Melody to the absence from the BANKERS GUARANTY CO. furniture which Long's Furniture orange layer chocolate malted A human, hotne-llko Institution
Median Coat Dinner
Hour will be given tonight: at 8 city of President E. L. Sawyer. Chicken Pot Pie Mashed Potatoes 501 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jack- Store always keeps on display, Mr. !1 milk and devil's food. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT where :yon will find p... ..4lM.al
... _
o'clock in the Key West Colonial the meeting of Key West Philatelic Boiled Onions Green Beans sonville, Fla. sept21-3tx: Long remarked that nowhere can ---- contort of great Importajtco.ter als eo.t a matter
Hotel I Society will not be held until Bread and SatterChocolate I one find a better selection of --on-- ---o-
Cream Pie
A splendid array of outstanding -. tomorrow evening, 8 o'clock, at Tea or Coffee Milk WANTED furniture of modern design. 'l t WAVESTwo A steel fireproof building loente
pianists will be heard duringthe 'the home of Orvis Kemp. 623 Very Special Dinncs Celebrating National Furniture 1 Permanents $5.00\ \ la the heart ., the city
program and the Commodorecalls William street. Grapefruit :WANTED cmance to bid on I Week, this store has arranged a for -

especial attention to the,1 Swat Lamb Baked Staffed Potatoes : your next printing order. The I special sale on furniture. The advertisement Better Wave. $5.00 and .p I Every Room with Combination Tab
and Shower Bath Radio. Electric
fact that here will be an excellent Key West Institute of Music and Peas Tomato and Lima Salad Beans Artman Press n aug7 : in this issue gves; an MRS. MILLER Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Hammer

opportunity to hear local talent,!the Commodore will install the Rolls and Butter I example of what can be bought atLong's. Ocean View Apt. I P"OD. 574-J Ventilation, Comfortable' Beds with
men and women who are per-, officers of this institute and present Grape Coffee Pie I FOR RENT' 'r I structton Mattresses and of Inner Individual Spring; Reading Con

manent residents of Key West. 'I them, to the public. MONROE THEATER 1 Lamps.
Key West's First Citizen.'I The length of the program ....... FOR RENT5roomfurnished FOR SUNDAY DINNER j I RATES:
Mayor William II. Malone, will makes it imperative to commence ;r .d.j;;;;; .apartment. Laundry tubs,gad Favorite dessert for Sunday din- Nino Martini-Reginald Denny inHERE'S i t I Sl*.le
TO ROMANCE I R__.. Private .
ners is the inexpensive cakes offered [ Bath n $ros)
speak briefly on behalf of the j I with naval precision at 8 o'clock. garage. 514 Margaret.: street. U Loretta Young-Chas. in I 1711I| Regime Private Bath .. 9Jt
Phone 152-M. : septlStf each week by Maloney and Er Boyer 1 I" R__.. Private Bath ,._ &..
--- SHANGHAI I .... .
Peacock, 818 Fleming street. 124 R. Private Bath &J
,..... .. ...... ..s SC.sCs............... TWO AND FIVE ROOM FURNISHED Oakes offered this week are rl Matinee Balcony, lOc; Oreb.estrat I j BLIGHT I I If) Sample IXCRBAIE, Private FOR Bath OOCBLBOCCDFAHCT 4: sj

I APARTMENT.\ Conveniences 15-20c Nights 15-25c
PERSONAL MENTION 1651-Francis D. Pastorius, the
porches. 519 Eliza
.y..............a... 100000000000001 .....-....... .e German lawyer, author and scholar beth street. Apply 523 South- 0
who founded Germantown
jMr. and Mrs. William Alburyi Enrique Renedo left on the I Pa., born in Germany. Died Jan. ard street. sept 14 I

who were in the city with re I-1 Florida last night for a business 1, 1720. FURNISHED APARTMENT with dIj

tires, left last night for Miami. visit of several days in Miami. Electric Ice Box. Archie Thompson FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE I I.tt I.

I, 1001 Eaton street. Phone
1785-((150 ) Gideon -
Howard Wilson collec- years ago rGUARANTEED
Jfiss Florence Spottswood deputy l I-t -
Hawley, New York lawyer first 879-J. sept 4-1 mox 1 -,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert tor of internal revenue in Key
; State head of the public schools n. GEORGE ;i, I j1
Spottswood, left on the Florida West, left on the Florida last FOR SALE WASHINGTON r t
last night for a visit with friends i night for a business visit in Mi- organizer of schools. born a: Hunt- JOI 1_... :;;:: r
ington, Conn. Died July 16, ........ Sin.- .; v
in Miami ami. FOR SALE Persian kittens. Assorted ." ICE
TM 1" HoooI
I. 1870. .. ...... .. USE
co:ors. 1405 Petroniastreet. .-. -......- 1
Mrs. Lovick Ley wife of Purser J. W. Lumpke, R. K. Smith, H. sept24-3tx GAIAGI--...."... rrza.raw I r
J.. L. Ley, of the P. and O. S. Wynne, George Walsh and P. A. I 1823-William H. :Jlilburn, IATESS- .,. 1 v ?Fr, ITS PURER!
Company and two children, s'l Holgerson of the Railway Express I blind chaplain of the IIo e and OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Tw rap

on the Florida last night for \ :Company, who were in Key Weston I the U. S. Senate M. E. clergy bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office TI.MAYFLOWER ) LASTS LONGER ;

ami to make their home in that business, left last night on the I man born in Philadelphia.: Diedat octlff loo 1..oI. t11
city while the Florida is operating I'Florida en route to Jacksonville. Santa Barbara, Ca'if., Aprii .'J.d Sin.., ICE REFRIGERATORS
from that port. 10, 1903. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed t

B. C. Papy representative from cards, $1.25. The Artman r ..e..r..m.u
I I w I Made\ of all metal-equipped -
Mario Arnao was a passengeron :Monroe in the Florida legislature, I 1833-Charles Bradlat.?;h, English Press. aug7 GASAGI .;.... 3 I I
the Florida last night going to i who was in Miami\ and Tallahasseeon : ",, .Iieal and free-thinker, 1ATES..ttA7 ad a, against road injuries ,t! i with WATER COOLERS 1 1i

Miami after spending a while business, returned this morn I born. Died; Jan. 30, 1'-n FLAGLERit and defects-In : They're Economical t
with relatives and friends in Key ing by plane from Miami. awaJ.i.y.a "Titine. R f

West. 1835-((100 years ago) Udo GROCERIES AND MEATS t..4wd.,a.r 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

Claude Albury, head of the Brachvogel, noted German poets I Fresh From Source to Consumer di .,.,.a4d..m. $4 Satisfaction
MS- and Mrs. R. M.\ Daniels I ..... .
United States immigration: bureauin and author of Omaha, Chicago and ,J tGASAG for
and child left last night: on the Key West, returned by plane New York City. born iu Germany. It's as important to have [ d..ani 3Os3J.i Priced at 1
Florida for Miami this morning from Miami wherehe Died Jan. 30. 1913.1862Arthur your food stuffs always fresh RATE SStse rd q I
had been summoned to testifyin and of fine quality as it is to OTHER GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY

Mrs. Clara Carey and daughter, cases before the federal grand B. Davies, famed have them, moderately priced. F. I I I SIZES IN PROPORTIONSIZE $30 and $35
'Miss Rosalie, left on the Florida jury.' Utica, There is no economy in waste
American painter, born at PRICE SIZE PRICE
last night for Miami, after a visit Here quality costs no more. aJJ.
with relatives and Sunday will go. IL L. Peet, of the Van Noy In'terstate +3+a aJ..a sr 4.40.21$5,20: 4.50-20 $5.50
to the home at Rock Harbor. Company, who w.as in Key MALARIASpeedy ARCHER'SGROCERY 4.50-21 5.70 I 5.00-19 6.50 FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

West to check, up. the local business '
Mrs. Braxton B. Warren left 4.75-19 6.05 5.25-18 7.20 ICE CO
left last night for Miami. j I
last night for Miami and will be I Prim subject t.chance without ...Ice.
Relief of Chills state sold r... additional. [lit INC.L .
the guest of her son-in-law and Louis A. Jennings, of the C. C. The Store That Serve The GEORGE WASHINGTON I Li

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clements C. administration who was in and FeverDonl You Best" tOO !....wltt I.!>, ... s........ I I Colonial Service Station .. Phone No. 8
0.1M I end L
Hudson. Key West on business, left last ** MOOT COT.WOT II
with .
let Malaria tear apart We Welcome mi fct
you Responsible <* ntn HMB od e.n.dwt.
night for MjamL Its racking chills and burning fever.Trust Accounts BATES SUO Ml *. GARAGE -. I I i CLARANCE CRUSOE, Prop. ,
.Armando Caraballo left last to no home-made or mere makeshift rem Colonial Building OB Fleming St. + 1 1I
night on the Florida for a busi- Dr. ira Wilson of the U. S. edies. Take the medicine prepared It fBER: _JUOEPPEt: .:>. :,:. I I I r U E1 d: I r
especially All Competition met with j ....................... L
ness visit in Miami. Marine hospital in Key West, left for lla1aria-Grove's Tasteless Low Prices and High Quality I. ai Ld C..d9 IY
Chill Tonic- -- -- ---
last night for Miami.
Mrs. E. R. Neff and son, E. R. Groves Tasteless t Chill Tonic gives real ONE STOP SERVICE ....................ees..e..............e.eeo
Homer B. Dickey, of the maintenance relief from Malaria because it's a scientific -
Order All Your Food Needs
Neff. jr.. were passengers on the and ..
combination of tasteless quinine
of department Florida .".., .I'.I'.I'II.I'I..I'.I.I"Make
P. and O. boat last night for Miami way tonic iron.The quinine kills the Malarial Through. Us FOR SALEs {
East Coast Railway, who
where they will remain in infection in the blood. The iron builds Dressed Poultry
definitely.Dr. ,on a visit with Mrs. Dickey and up the system and helps fortify against "
daughter, Virginia Lee, guests at further attack. At the first sign of any Fish Turtle
I the home of Mrs. Dickey's mother, attack of Malaria,take Grove's Tasteless Fruits Vegetables Your Pay
W. G. Mitchell left on the. Chill Tonic. Better still take it regularly :. :.: ; : 1! Paper
Mrs. left last
Wm. Cullingford, ti '
Florida last night for Miami after' during the Malaria season" to ward off Meats s r. ; : +
a visit in Key West. night for Miami.D. the disease.Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonicis Dairy Products ildl
absolutely harmless and tastes good. '
F. Riddle auditor with the Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic now I Phone 67 Free Delivery q You Dividends!
H. P. Boone, engineer with the' F. E. C. R')., left last night for ; comes in two sues, SOc and $1. The $1 .1
Florida East Coast Railway Com-, Miami after a business visit in size contains 2 YJ times as much as the 50c j 814 Fleming Street --, .
pany. left last night for Miami, Key West. I l size and gives you 25% more for your J\
en route to St. Augustine after; -- money.Get bottle today any drugstore. J

a business visit of several days in1 I Cold I
Key West. for Baby's J Lrtom. v Money Saving Prices

I I ,.. Proved best by two litlt !n1? raltli I
Miss Margie A3 bury, who was' generations of mothers.WICKS. 1
spending a while in Key West< with' Watch THE KEY WEST CITIZEN'S Advertisers .

ami.relatives left last night for Mi-;(i .' IV VAPoFtua WE ARE READYFor I closely for special savings on your S

- household necessities. Make your paper pay you S
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is dividends. The most interesting news in the

:jf6'"I'.IT.I'IIII.I".4TI'AfT.4TI.I".I'.I'4OLD those who wish to go MODERN, there tl I IB i I paper today is the advertising where you can

is no longer any question about FURNITURE, OF Fa a ,
dollars the
save many on family budget by
I MODERN DESIGN. It has come to stay! Why f I
patronizing those merchants who advertise their
i not be among the first to have your home DISTINCTIVE I Iatyiy
% PAPERS and DIFFERENT with this .

!t ti ta" ;_ !


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ti finer kind at only $57.60
For SaleS
I TERMS: Three months to pay or 10 per cent merchant who advertises his prices

........................ discount for cash with order two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead charged a customer 20 cents for an article that 1

FREE: A Beautiful Silk Rayon Bedspread street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view non-advertising merchant charged 40 cents for.

of the sea and overlooking Coral Park.
this difference?
Why big
Longer Terms Can Be Arranged at a slight
5 Bundles for 5c 0 advance in price. For price and terms apply to

WE HAVE LOWER PRICED SAMPLE BEDROOM By patronizing the merchants who present
25 in bundle \ L. P. ARTMAN
S SUITES __-__,_ $25.60 upLONG'S : their prices frankly and openly each week you

The Citizen Office help to KEEP OLD HIGH COST OF LIVING OUT


THE KEY WEST CITIZEN fURNITURE STORE "f Residence 1309 or Whitehead Street!

800 FLEMING STREET PHONE 80. .Make your paper pay you djyjdeadVI.l.l.I..1'.I..I'.I'.I'-.

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